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Index to hydrographic notices for 1880. 8o. Paper.
Finding error of mariner's compass on board ship. 80. Cloth.
Revised instructions for keeping tbe ship’s log. 28 pp. 80. Paper.
Reported dangers in the Pacific Ocean. Pt. 2. 1879.8. Cloth.
The Marshall Group, North Pacific Island. 33 pp. 89. Paper.
Dolen's portable instrument in the vertical of the Pole Star. 48 pp. 89. Cloth.
Winds, currents, and navigation of the Gulf of Cadiz. 89 pp. 80Cloth.
General examination of Mediterranean Sea. 208 pp. 80. Cloth.
General examination of Atlantic Ocean. 217 pp., and plates. 80. Cloth.
General organization of United States Hydrographic Office. 17 pp. 89. Paper.
West coast of Africa. 223 pp. 80. Cloth.
The Azores. 81 pp. 80. Clothi.
Salvages and the Canary Islands. 82 pp. 80. Cloth.
Remarks of Captain Lefevre on voyage of the Vandrenil. 23 pp. 89. Paper.
Tables for finding the distance of an object. 20 pp. 89. Paper.
Running survey of an island, &c. 3 pp. and plate. 80. Paper.
Catalogue of books in library. 182 pp. 89. Paper.
Rio de la Plata. 161 pp. and plates. 80. Paper.
Northwest and west coast of Spain and coast of Portugal. 294 pp. 8. Paper.
Instruction for using Sir W. Thomson's cleep-sea sou machine. 9 pp. 80. er
Deep-sea sounding in North Pacific Ocean—U. S. S. Tuscarora. 51 pp. and map. 89.

Paper. .
Sailing directions, Kattegatt, &c. 98 pp. 89. Paper.
New lights, United States and South America. 2 pp. 8°. Paper.
Index to notices to mariners, 1880. 89. Paper.

BUREAU OF PROVISIONS AND CLOTHING.

Report for 1870. 122 pp. 49. Cloth.

BUREAU OF STEAM-ENGINEERING.

Extracts from annual reports. October 25, 1867. 7 pp. 89. Paper.
Report on the Murphy grate-bar. 1878. 89. Paper.
Report on two kinds of coals, submitted. 8o. Paper.
Report on D. C. Green's system of ventilation. 1879. 8o. Paper.
Report on Herreshoft boiler. 1880. 8. Paper.
Report on the machinery of the Steamer Anthracite. 8. Paper.
Report on standard gauge for bolts, nuts, screws, &c. 89. Paper.
Report on board of naval engineers of the Herreshoft system of motive machinery

77 pp. 89. Paper.
Allowances established for vessels. 18 pp. 89. Paper.
Instructions for commanding and engineer officers for the care and preservation of

steam machinery, &c. 1879. 8. Paper.
Experiments on relative merits of screw propellers. 89. Paper.
Report on patent furnace door. 14 pp. 80. Paper.
Report on Ashcroft furnace door and grate-bars. 47 pp. 80. Paper.
Report on Herreshoft boiler. January 12, 1871. 21 pp. 8. Paper.
Report of the trial of the United States revenue steamer Gallatin. 4° Paper.
Report on experiments to ascertain proportions to the ends of boiler braces. 1879.
Report on experiments in boiler bracing. 1879.
Iron manufactures in Great Britain. R. H. Thurston.
Motive machinery, steam-yacht Leila. 1881.
Annual reports:

1867. 80. Paper.
1868. 80. Paper.
1869. 89. Paper.
1870. 8o. Paper.
1871 and 1872. 80. Paper.
1873. 80. Paper.
1874. 89. Paper.
1875, 80 Paper.
1876. 80. Paper,
1877. 80. Paper. .
1878. 8°. Paper.
1879. 8°. Paper.
1880. 8. Paper.
1881. 15 pp. and plates. 80. Paper.

BUREAU OF YARDS AND DOCKS.
History of the United States navy-yard at Gosport, Va. 64 pp. and map. 8. Cloth.
Report on plan for improvement of navy-yard at:

League Island, Pa. 1873. 16 pp. 89. Paper.
Mare Island, Cal. 1873. 22 pp. 8°. Paper.
New London, Conn. 1875. 13 pp. 89. Paper.

NAUTICAL ALMANAC OFFICE.
Total eclipse of the sun, August 7, 1869. Supplement to the American Ephemeris and

Nautical Almanac for 1869. 1869. 10 pp. 8°. Suggestions for observing the total eclipse of the sun on August 7, 1869. Supplemen.

tary to the American Ephemeris and Nautical Almanac. 1869. 14 pp. 80 Occultations of stars and planets by the moon, visible in the territory west of the

Mississippi River in the year 1870. Supplement to the American Ephemeris for

1870. 1869. 9 pp. 89. Tables to facilitate the reduction of places of the fixed stars. · 1869 ; second edition.

1869. 262 pp. 4o. Tables of Harmonia. By E. Schubert. 1869. 37 pp. 4o. Tables of Parthenope. By E. Schubert. 1871. 52 pp. 49. Card-board logarithms and antilogarithms of numbers to four places of decimals.

1873. 2 pp. Tables of Venus. Prepared for the use of the American Ephemeris and Nautical Alma

nac. By George W. Hill. 1873. 81 pp. 4o. Logarithms of sines and cosines, with the argument in time. From the appendix to

the American Ephemeris and Nautical Almanac for 1877. 1874. 7 pp. 89. Tables for finding the latitude of a place by altitudes of Polaris. Sapplement to the

American Ephemeris and Nautical Almanac for 1874, 1875, 1876, aud 1877. 1874.

12 pp. 80. A continuation of Damoiseau's tables of the satellites of Jupiter to the year 1900.

By D. P. Todd. 1876. 40 pp. 4°. Tables for finding the latitude of a place by altitudes of Polaris. Supplement to the

American Ephemeris and Nautical Almanac for 1878, 1879, 1880, and 1881. 1877.

10 pp. 80. The total eclipse of the sun on July 29, 1878. A supplement to the American Ephem

eris and Nautical Almanac. 1878. í plate; 3 maps; 10 pp. 89. American Ephemeris and Nautical Almanac:

1870. 516 pp. and appendix. Paper.
1871. 514 pp. and appendix. Paper.
1872. 516 pp. and appendix. Paper.
1873. 508 pp. and appendix. Paper.
1874. 508 pp. and appendix. Paper.
1875. 504 pp. and appendix. Paper.
1876. 496 pp. and appendix. Paper.
1877. 496 pp. and appendix. Paper.
1878. 498 pp. and appendix. Paper.
1879. 498 pp. and appendix. Paper.
1880. 512 pp. and appendix. Paper.
1881. 502 pp. and appendix. Paper.
1882. Paper.
1883. 2 vols. Paper.

1884. 496 pp. Cloth.
Almanac for the use of navigators:

1870. 262 pp. 89. Paper. 1871. 280 pp. 89. Paper. 1872. 201 pp. 80. Paper. 1873. 261 pp89. Paper. 1874. 261 pp. 8. Paper. 1875. 261 pp. 89. Paper. 1876. 261 pp. 89. Paper. 1877. 261 pp.

Paper. 1878. 261 pp. 89. Paper. 1879. 259 pp. 89. Paper. 1880. 261 pp. 89. Paper.

1881. 261 pp. 8°. Paper. Astronomical papers for the use of the American Ephemeris. 4°. Vol. I. Paper. Part I. Tables of eclipses. 1879.

II. Transformation of Hansen's lunar theory. 1880.
III. Velocity of light. 1880.
IV. Catalogue of 1,098 standard stars.
V. Gaus's method of computing secular perturbations. 1831.

ORDNANCE BUREAU.*
Gunnery notes. 1861. 16 pp. 8o. Paper.
Torpedo outfit of the United States naval vessels. 21 pp. 89. Paper.
Electric position indicator. 8 pp. and 6 plates. 4°. Paper.
Electric clepsydra. 22 pp. and plates. 8° Paper.
Fabricating the 15-inch guns. 22 pp. and plates. 80. Paper.
The iron-clad ships of the world. 29 pp. 4°. Paper.
Navy light artillery tactics. 70 pp. 89. Paper.
Ordnance instructions for the United States Navy. 1880. 89. Paper.
Ordnance instructions. 1880.
Clear ship for action.
Bormann on shrapnel.
Shell and shell guns.
Naval gunnery. Douglas.
Naval gunnery. Simpson.
Ordnance and armor. Holley.
Experiments on gunpowder.
Tactics. Upton.
Cleaning small arms.
Detail drill.
Pocket manual. 1881.
Naval mission. Simpson.
Gunnery catechism. Brandt.
Boat armament. Dahlgren.
Percussion locks and primers.
Artillerists' manual. "Gibbon.
Rifle practice. Wingate.
Submarine mines.
Small-sword exercise.
Naval howitzer afloat.
Phosphorous bronze.
Manual Navy carbine.
Navy-pistol drill.
Hints to captains IX guns.
Table of ranges. Buckner.
The telemeter.
Le Boulengé's chronograph.
Experiments—endurance of guns.
Art of pointing cannon.
Hotchkiss projectiles.
Record of living officers.
Harvey's sea torpedo.
Laboratory notes.
Naval ordnance papers :

No. 1.
No. 2.
No. 3.

No. 4.
French.mitrailleuse.
Divisional course of instruction.
Detail drill.
Drill-Gatling gun.
Notes on movable torpedoes.
Notes on Reffye gun.
Spar torpedo.
Regulations magazines and shell-rooms.
Instructions XI' gun
United service journal.
Landing drill.
Torpedo experiments—Key West.
Instructions care of ammunition.
Weights, &c., of gun implements.
Experiments at Nat Island.
Cse and care of gatling guns.
Lecture on galvanic batteries.
Tables of rates of speed.
Organization naval brigade.
Lecture on movable torpedoes.
Notes on torpedo fuses.
Vienna exposition.

* This list includes all publications issued by the bureau.

Whitehead torpedo.
Galvanic batteries.
Submarine boats.
Notes on explosives.
Liquid carbonic acid.
Prismatic powder.
Three-inch breech-loading howitzers.
Computation range-tables.
Carelessness in ordnance details.
Landing parties.
Torpedo fittings (intrepid).
Explosive agents. Abell.

UNITED STATES ENGINEER CORPS.

Laws, regulations, orders, &c. 69 pp. 89. Paper.

UNITED STATES NAVAL ACADEMY.

Annual Register:

1869–1870. 43 pp. 80. Paper.
1870-1871. 37 pp. 8o. Paper.
1871-1872. 42 pp. 89. Paper.
1872-1873. 48 pp. 80. Paper.
1873–1874. 56 pp. 89. Paper.
1874–1875. 118 pp. 89. Paper.
1875-1876.
1876-1877. 100 pp. 89. Paper.
1877-1878. 57 pp. 89. Paper.
1878–1879. 80. Paper.
1879-1880. 80. Paper.
1880-1881.

1881-1882. Regulations for admission of candidates as cadet-midshipmen. 6 pp. 89. Paper

1875–1876. 8 pp. 89. Paper. 1876–1877. 9 pp. 89. Paper. 1877–1878. 9 pp. 89. Paper. 1878–1879. 80. Paper. 1879–1880. 8o. Paper. 1880-1881, 89. Paper.

1881-1882. 89. Paper. Regulations for admission of candidates as cadet-engineers. 6 pp. 8o. Paper.

1876-1877. 6 pp. 89. Paper. 1877–1878. 6 pp. 89. Paper. 1878-1879. 80. Paper. 1879-1880. 89. Paper. 1880–1881. 8o. Paper.

1881–1882. 80. Paper.
Regulations of the United States Naval Academy, 1876. 85 pp. 89. Paper.
Annual regulations of the United States Naval Academy, 1875–76. 98 pp. 8o. Paper.
Capt. Stephen B. Luce's address on manning and improvement of the Navy. 15 p. *80.

Paper,
Elements of differential calculus, &c. 83 pp. 89. Paper.
Elements of differential calculus, &c. Pt. 3. 136 pp. 89. Paper.
Historical sketch. 348 pp. 89. Paper.
Address to members of the olass, June 2, 1876. 9 pp. 80. Paper.
Catalogue of minerals. 21 p. 89. Paper.
Catalogue of specimens added in 1878. 80. Paper.
Catalogue of specimens added in 1881. 41 pp. 89. Paper.

UNITED STATES NAVAL OBSERVATORY.

Report of solar eclipse August 7, 1869. 217 pp. 4°. Cloth.
Difference of longitude-Washington and Havana. 54 pp. 40. Paper
Positions of fundamental stars. 31 pp. 4°. Paper.
Catalogue of 151 in Praesepe. 38 pp. 4o. Paper.
Astronomical and meteorological observations:

1868, 1869, and 1870. 40. Paper.
1871. 4° Cloth.
1873, 40. Cloth.
1874. 4°. Cloth.

Astronoinical and meteorological observations. 1875. Also,

Appendix I. Report on the difference of longitude between the United States

Naval Observatory and the Sayre Observatory of Lehigh University. Appendix II. Researches on the motion of the moon. Appendix III. Chronometer rates as affected by change of temperature and

other causes.
Astronomical and meteorological observations. 1876. In two parts:

Part I. Astronomical and meteorological observations.
Part II. Appendices (as follows):

App. I. A subject index to the publications of the United States Naval Ob

servatory. 1845-1875,
App. II. Reports on the telescopic observations of the transit of Mercury,

May 5-6, 1878.
App. III. Reports on the total solar eclipses of July 29, 1878, and January

11, 1880. Opposition of Mars. 1877. 5 pp. 8. Paper. Instructions for observing transit of Mercury May 5 and 6, 1878. By S. Newcomb.

8 pp. 4o. Paper. Instructions for observing total solar eclipse July 29, 1878. By Harkness. 30 pp. 4°.

Paper. Observations and orbits of satellites of Mars. 46 pp. 4°. Paper. Catalogue of stars observed during the years 1845 to 1877. 4° Paper. Narrative of the North Pole Expedition, United States steamer Polaris. 696 pp. 4°.

Cloth. November meteors of 1866. F. Blake. 80. Discussion of the West India cyclone, October 29 and 30,1667. By J. R. Eastman. 1869. November meteors of 1867. 8. 1876. Catalogue of 10,658 stars observed at the Naval Observatory from 1845 to 1877. 1878. 4o

POST-OFFICE DEPARTMENT.

Regulations of the money-order system of the United States. 39 pp. 80. Paper.
Report of the committee appointed to examine and revise the postal code. 32 pp. 89.

Paper.
Tables of distances, 1873. 148 pp. 89. Paper.
Iustructions to route agents, August 1, 1870. 17 pp. 89. Paper.
Postal conventions :

United States and New Zealand. 6 pp. 89. Paper.
United States and German Union. 31 pp. 89. Paper.
United States and British Columbia. 6 pp. 8. Paper.
United States and Great Britain. 9 pp. 89. Paper.
United States and Brazil. ? pp. 80. Paper.
United States and Great Britain. 2 pp. 8. Paper.
United States and Salvador. 4 pp. 80. Paper.
United States and Hawaii. 3 pp. 89. Paper.
United States and North German Union. 2 pp. 8: Paper.
United States and German Empire. 11 pp. 8. Paper.
United States and Switzerland. 5 pp. 8. Paper.
United States and Canada. 12 pp. 89. Paper.

Amended articles, United States and Holland. 1 p. 80. Paper.
List of money-order offices of the United States July 31, 1871. 25 pp. 89. Paper.
List of British international money-order oftices of the United States, October 2, 1871.

10 pp. 8. Paper.
List of money-order offices, July 7, 1873. 30 pp. 89. Paper.
British international money-order convention. 9 pp. 80. Paper.
List of post-offices in Great Britain and Ireland. 194 pp. 89. Cloth.
Postal laws and regulations for 1873. 434 pp. 8o. Paper.
Postal laws and regulations for 1879. 80. Paper.
Instructions to clerks in railway post-offices, March 1, 1872. 17 pp. 89. Paper.
Railroad 18. postal cars. 44 pp. 89. Paper.
Compensation for transportation of mail on railroads. 32 pp. 89. Paper.
Compensation for transportation of mail on railroads. 18 pp. 89. Paper.
Bulletin city post-otlice, Washington, D. C., January 1, 1877. 16 pp. 89. Paper.
Bulletin city post-oftice, Washington, D. C., 1881. 8. Paper.
List of post-oftices of the United States February 1, 1831. 8. Paper.
Schedules of railway post-ottices on the principal through mail-routes of the United
States:

No. 1. March, 1882. 16 pp. Paper.
No. 2. May, 1882. 18 pp. Paper.
The Daily Postal Bulletin.

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