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BULLETIN 



NEW YORK PUBLIC LIBRARY 

ASIOR liBNOX AJ^D TILDEN FOUNDATIONB 



YOLTTME XIV 

JANUARY TO DECEMBER 

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NEW YORK 
1910 



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CONTENTS OF VOLUME XIV. 



PAGE 

Accessions. See New York Public Library — Accessions. 

Balkan States, List of Works Relating to the Near Eastern 

Question and the 7-55> 199-226, 241-295, 307-341 

British Genealogy and Local History, List of Works Relating to. 355-399 

415-452, 467-508, 523-566, 578-635, 646-723, 735-800 

Director's Report for 1909. 67-186 

Donors. See New York Public Library — Donors. 

Eastern Question, Near, List of Works Relating to. . . 7-55 

199-226, 241-295, 307-341 
Frederick the Great's Requirements for the Prussian Army Officer. 522 

Genealogy and Local History, British, List of Works Relating to. 355-399 

415-452, 467-508, 523-566, 578-635, 646-723, 735-800 

Hasse, Adelaide R. The Southern Convention of 1850. A Note 

ON its Proceedings. 239-240 

Local History and Genealogy, British, List of Works Relating to. 355-399 

415-452, 467-508, 523-566, 578-635, 646-723, 735-800 

Near Eastern Question and the Balkan States, List of Works 

Relating to. 7-55, 199-226, 241-295, 307-341 

New York Public Library : 

Accessions, Recent. 56-59, 187-191, 227-231, 296-299, 342-347» 400-407, 

453-459, 509-515. 567-571, 636-639, 724-727, 801-803 
Donors, List of Principal. 60, 192, 232, 300, 348, 408, 460, 516, 572, 640, 

728, 804 

Report (Director's) for 1909 67-186 

Report (Monthly), 3-6, 63-66, 195-198, 235-238, 303-306, 351-354, 4"- 

414, 463-466, 5i9-5«i, 575-577, 643-645, 731-734 
Report. See New York Public Library. Report. 

Southern Convention of 1850. A Note on its Proceedings, by 

Adelaide R. Hasse. 239-240 

Topography, British, List of Works Relating to 355-399 

415-452, 467-508, 523-566, 578-635, 646-723, 735-800 



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BULLETIN 



NEW YORK PUBLIC LIBRARY 

AOTOB I.BNOX AND TILDBN FOUNDATIONS 



JANUARY 1910 

VOtUBCE XIV • NUHBBR 1 



Bepost roE. Decekbek 3-6 

List or Wobkb kelatino to the Near Eastebh Question and 

THK Balkan States, etc 7-S5 

elobht aooebbions of interbbt 66-59 

Pbdioipai. Donors i» Decbmber 60 



NEW YORK 
1910 



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BULLETIN 



NEW YORK PUBLIC LIBRARY 

ASTOB IiBXOX ANB TILDBN FOUNDATIONS 



JANITABY 1910 
Volume XIV • Number 1 



Rkpobt n>B Dbcbkbek 3-6 

List or Wobks bblatino to ths Nea.r E&btbbn Question uhd 

THE Balkan States, etc 1-55 

Reokht Aooessioms ot Ihterbst 50-S9 

Pbikoifal Donobs t.v December 60 



NEW YOBK 
1910 



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BOARD OF TRUSTEES 

John W. Alexander. J. Pikrpont Morgan. 

William W. Applbton. Morgan J. O'Brien. 

John Bigelow. Stephen H. Olin. 

John L. Cadwalader. - Alexander E. Ore, 

Andrew Carnegie. George L. Rives. 

Cleveland H. Dodge. Charles Rowland Russbll, 

John Murphy Farley. Edward W. Sheldon. 

Samuel Greenbaum. George W. Smith. 

John Henry Hammond. Frederick Sturges. 

H. Van Rensselaer Kennedy. Henry W. Taft. 

Lewis Cass Ledyard. 

William J. Gaynor, Mayor of the City of New York, ex officio, 
William A. Prendergast, Comptroller of the City of New York, ex officio, 
John Purroy Mitchell, President of the Board of Aldermen, ex officio. 



OFFICERS 

President, Hon. John Bigelow, LL.D. 
First Vice-President, John L. Cadwalader, LL.D. 
* Second Vice-President, 
Secretary, Charles Howland Russell, Esq., 425 Lafayette Street. 
Treasurer, Edward W. Sheldon, Esq., United States Trust Company, 45 Wall Street. 
Director, John S. Billings, D.C.L., LL.D., 425 Lafayette Street. 
Assistant Director, Edwin H. Anderson, Esq., 425 Lafayette Street. 



BBANCETES-BEFEREXCE 

Lafayette Street, 425. (Astor.) Fifth Avenue, 8qo. (Lenox.) 

CIRCUIiATION 

MANHATTAN. 

East Broadway, 33. (Chatham Square.) 

East Broadway, 192. (Seward Park.) 

Rivington Street, 61. 

Houston Street, 388 East. (Hamilton Fish Park.) 

Le Roy Street, 66. (Hudson Park.) 

Bond Street, 49. Near the Bowery. 

8th Street. 135 Second Avenue. (Ottendorfer.) 

loth Street, 331 East. (Tompkins Square.) 

13th Street, 251 West. Near 8th Avenue. (Jackson Square.) 

23d Street, 228 East. Between 2d and 3d Avenues. (Epiphany.) 

23d Street, 209 West. Near 7th Avenue. (Muhlenberg. Department Headquarters.) 

36th Street, 303 East. East of 2d Avenue. (St. Gabriel's Park.) 

40th Street, 501 West. Between loth and nth Avenues. (St. Raphael's.) 

42d Street, 226 West. Near 7th Avenue. (George Bruce.) 

50th Street, 123 East. Near Lexington Avenue. (Cathedral.) 

51st Street. 742 loth Avenue. (Columbus.) 

58th Street, 121 East. Near Lexington Avenue. 

67th Street, 328 East. Near ist Avenue. 

69th Street. 190 Amsterdam Avenue. (Riverside. Travelling Libraries.) 

78th Street. 1465 Avenue A. (Webster.) 

79th Street, 222 East. Near 3d Avenue. (Yorkville.) 

8ist Street. 444 Amsterdam Avenue. (St. Agnes. Blind Library.) 

96th Street, 112 East. Between Lexington and Park Avenues. 

looth Street, 206 West. Near Broadway. (Bloomingdale.) 

iioth Street, 174 East. Near 3d Avenue. (Aguilar.) 

115th Street, 201 West. Near 7th Avenue. 

124th Street, 9 West. (Harlem Library Branch.) 

125th Street, 224 East. Near 3d Avenue. 

135th Street, 103 West. Near Lenox Avenue. 

145th Street, 503 West. (Hamilton Grange.) 

156th Street. 922 St. Nicholas Avenue. (Washington Heights.) 

BRONX. 

140th Street, 321 East, cor. Alexander Avenue. (Mott Haven.) 
1 68th Street, 78 West, cor. Woodycrest Avenue. (Highbridge.) 
169th Street, 610 East. McKinley Square. (Morrisania.) 
176th Street. 1866 Washington Avenue. (Tremont.) 
230th Street. 3041 Kingsbridge Avenue. (Kingsbridge.) 

RICHMOND. 

St. George. 5 Central Avenue. Tompkinsville P. O. 
Port Richmond. 75 Bennett Street. 
Stapleton. 132 Canal Street, cor. Brook Street. 
ToTTENViLLE. 7430 Amboy Road. Near Prospect Avenue. 



* Vacant because ot death of Mr. Kennedy. 



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NEW YORK PUBLIC LIBRAKY 

ASTOB liXNOX AND TTIjDXN FOT7in>ATIONB 



Published monthly by The New York Public Library at 415 Lafayette Street, New York City. President, 
John Bigelow, 415 Lafayette Street ; Secretary, Charles Howland Rnssell, 435 Lafayette Street ; Treasurer, 
Edward W. Sheldon, 45 Wall Street; Director, John S. Billinffs, 415 Lafayette Street. 

Subscription One Dollar a year, current single numbers Ten Cents. 

Bntered at the Post Office at New York, N. Y., as second-class matter, January 30, 1897, under Act of 
July 16, 1894. 



Vol. XIV. 



January, 1910. 



No. 1. 



REPORT FOR DECEMBER. 

Reference Department. 

During the month of December there were received at the Library, by purchase, 
1,014 volumes and 386 pamphlets; by gift, 991 volumes and 1,366 pamphlets; and 
by exchange, 425 volumes and 9,744 pamphlets, makinjj^ a total of 2,430 volumes 
and 11,496 pamphlets. 

There were catalogued 3,085 volumes and 2,353 pamphlets; the number of cards 
written was 3,517, and of slips for the copying machine 3,535; from the latter were 
received 14,612 cards. 

The following table shows the number of readers, and the number of volumes 
consulted, in the Astor and Lenox Branches during the month: 



No. of readers and visitors 

No. of readers 

No. of readers, desk applicants. . . . 
No. of volumes consulted by desk ap- 
plicants 

Daily average of readers 



Lenox. 



3,865 
2,077 

6,446 
80 






Day. 



M,4S9 
15,459 
13,461 

54,573 
594 



Astor. 



Evening. 


3,2*5 
3,225 

3,018 

7,932 
124 



Total. 



18,684 
18,684 

x6,479 

62,505 
718 



Total. 



22,549 
20,761 

17,831 

68,951 
798 



REPORT FOR DECEMBER 



CIRCULATION STATISTICS FOR MONTH OF DECEMBER. 



1 



BRANCHBS. 



MANHATTAN. 

East Broadway, 35 

East Broadway, 192 

Rivins^on Street, 61 

East Houston Street, 388 

Le Roy Street, 66 

Bond Street, 49 

8th Street. 135 Second Avenue 

loth Street, 331 East 

13th Street, 251 West 

33d Street, 228 East 

33d Street, 209 West 

36th Street, 303 East 

40th Street, 501 West 

42d Street, 226 West 

SOth Street, 123 East 

51st Street. 742 Tenth Avenue ...... 

53th Street, 121 East 

67th Street, 328 East 

69th Street. 190 Amsterdam Avenue. 

Travelling Libraries 

77th Street 1465 Avenue A 

79th Street, 222 East 

8ist Street. 444 Amsterdam Avenue. 

Blind Library 

96th Street, 112 East 

looth Street, 206 West 

iioth Street, 174 East 

115th Street, 201 West 

124th Street, 9 West 

125th Street, 224 East 

135th Street, 103 West 

145th Street, 503 West 

156th Street 922 St. Nicholas Avenue. 

BRONX. 

140th Street, 321 East 

i68th Street, 78 West 

169th Street, 610 East 

176th Street and Washington Avenue. 
Kingsbridge Avenue, 3041 

RICHMOND. 
St. George 

Port Richmond 

Stapleton 

Tottenville 

Totals 



aSCULATION. 



HOME USR. 
(TOLUMBS.) 



15.857 
42,500 
21.177 
29,936 

8,463 
10.015 

17.978 
21,320 

8.255 
10.335 
11.584 

9>548 

3.214 
12,780 

5.984 

17.837 

14.993 

14.362 

12,980 

103,909 

14.2" 

21,817 

15,160 

1,276. 

23.578 
15.600 
24,030 

20,559 
19,297 

8,815 
18,034 

17.374 
8,524 

19,923 
3.944 

19.359 
22,146 

3.342 

6,354 
5,622 

5.831 
2.914 



MALL USB. 
(RBADBSS.) 



690,737 



5,999 

8,138 

8,284 

6,384 
4,190 
2.189 

984 

9.774 
2,645 
2.595 

4,599 
4.381 

1.892 
1,726 

4.555 
1,552 

2.524 
853 

3.985 

3.991 
4.528 

4.103 
3.041 
",495 
7.400 
3.026 
1,686 
2,230 

1,175 
1,225 

3,048 

1,749 
2,153 
1,162 

1.758 

1.993 
1,389 
1,281 
1,198 



136,880 



NBW 

KBGISTKA- 
TIONS. 



347 

3,877 

517 
856 

128 

281 

294 
507 
170 
196 
212 

145 

45 

241 

84 

553 
389 
209 

220 

320 
320 

273 

13 

418 

228 

865 

509 
468 

159 
314 
389 
157 

493 

48 

344 

348 

46 

71 
52 
72 
21 



15.199 



KBADBBS IN RBADOfO 
BOOM. 



ADULTS. 



2,744 
6,033 

9.838 
3,752 
1,910 
1,980 

2,978 
6,162 

3,405 
1,837 



612 

936 
4,028 
1,024 
4,530 

1,178 

2,695 
1,660 

2,944 
1,553 
1.730 
1,677 
3.270 

923 
1.149 

1.797 



1,831 

1,838 
2,033 



1,230 

433 
1,461 



81,171 



TOTAL. 



2.744 

7.058 

10,246 

4.660 
5,947 
3.903 

3.180 
6,411 

5,064 
1,856 



1,666 

936 

4.028 

5,315 
5.465 

1,714 
5,404 
1.825 

5.951 
1,807 

1,730 
3,335 
3.433 
1,253 
3,459 
3,772 



4.495 

3.371 
6,219 



1,475 
1,136 

3.339 



122,197 



▼OLUMBS 
ACCBS- 
SIONBD. 



351 

664 

1,126 

694 
607 

497 
680 

516 

173 

331 
158 
209 
109 
410 
260 
64 

323 
667 
336 
667 
420 

495 

365 
230 
328 
320 
906 

404 
380 

292 

184 

616 

240 

292 
191 
147 

234 
138 

166 
118 

96 
84 



15,488 



REPORT FOR DECEMBER 5 

Among the gifts worthy of mention received during the month of December 
were the following : From the Cambridge Bridge Commission, Boston, the "Re- 
port of the Commission and report of the Chief Engineer upon the construction of 
Cambridge bridge," Boston, 1909 ; Mrs. William T. Carter a copy of "John Reding- 
ton of Topsfield, Mass., and some of his descendants, with notes on the Wales 
family," by Cornelia M. Redington Carter, edited by Josiah Granville Leach, Bos- 
ton, 1909 ; the Hudson-Fulton Celebration Commission, a set of nine medals issued 
by the Commission in commemoration of their work, struck in silver, silver plate, 
bronze, and aluminum; the Imperial Library of India a copy of part two of its 
Catalogue, being the "Subject index to the author catalogue," volume I, A-L. Cal- 
cutta, 1908; Dr. William V. Ingham, a copy of "Samuel Delucenna Ingham," by 
William Armstrong Ingham, Printed for the author, 1910; Dr. S. Adolphus 
Knopf, a copy of his "Tuberculosis, a preventable and curable disease: modem 
methods for the solution of the tuberculosis problem," New York, 1909, "Tuber- 
culosis as a disease of the masses and how to combat it," and "An appeal : the anti- 
tuberculosis war and the red cross Christmas stamp;" J. Pierpont Morgan, the 
handsomely printed and illustrated catalogue of "Cylinders and other ancient Ori- 
ental seals in the library of J. Pierpont Morgan," catalogued by William Hayes 
Ward, New York, privately printed, 1909; the New York City Art Commission, 
a "Catalogue of the works of art belonging to the City of New York and issued by 
the Art Commission," New York, 1909, a copy for every branch of the library; 
Hon. George B. McClellan, the original manuscripts of the messages from the 
twenty-one foreign delegates to the Hudson-Fulton Celebration, delivered at the 
official reception, Monday evening, September 24, 1909; the Railroad Age Gazette, 
sixty-four volumes of "The Engineer," London, volumes 30-93 (1870-1902) ; 
Herman Robinson, a collection of receipts and other papers, some fifteen in num- 
ber, relating to a fund, created for the maintenance of Robert Crowe, the labor 
leader, 1905-1909, with a copy of "The reminiscences of Robert Crowe, the octo- 
genarian tailor," printed at New York about 1903 ; Elihu Root, twenty-two vol- 
umes, a continuation of his gift of documents relating to the United States Insular 
Possessions ; Professor L. S. Rowe, "Essai sur la nature du papier monnaie" by 
Guillermo Subercaseau [Paris, 1909] ; and from Robert H. Whitten, his statistical 
study entitled "Comparison of operation of the New York and Paris Subway 
systems," 1909. 

At the Lenox Branch, on December i the Hudson River prints in the galleries 
gave way to an exhibition of "Modem Book Plates." It is practically a display 
of American work, although a few French, German, English, Dutch and South 
American plates have been included, to accentuate the variety of interest offered 
by the study of ex-libris. Among the foreign plates a group by C. W. Sherbom 
is particularly noteworthy. Among the American ones, those by Edwin D. French 
and J. W. Spenceley, both deceased, are accompanied by original drawings, copper 
plates, impressions in various states and from canceled plates, serving to illustrate 
methods of production. Like these two artists, S. L. Smith, W. F. Hopson, J. H. 
Fincken, and A. N. Macdonald engrave their designs on copper. W. M. Stone, 
W. E. Fisher, D. McN. Stauffer, Jay Chambers, Mrs. A. R. Wheelan and many 
others draw for photo-mechanical reproduction. Still others etch their plates, and 



6 REPORT FOR DECEMBER 

the difference in method and results is extremely suggestive. The usual selection 
of illustrative literature accompanies the exhibit. 

In the lower hall at the Lenox branch the Washington Irving exhibit was 
replaced in the middle of the month by a number of mezzotints in color by F. G. 
Stevenson. This art, much in vogue to-day, has been practiced in our own coun- 
try, notably by S. Arlent Edwards, for a number of years. In the present exhi- 
bition the process of printing mezzotints in colors in one printing is illustrated by 
the aid of a copper plate showing various stages of "rocking," progressive proofs 
(the earlier ones in black and white, later ones in light colors, until the point is 
reached where the plate is finished and can be printed from in the rich colors 
characteristic of such work), a cancelled plate, and impressions from such plates. 
A full description of the process is also displayed, and the interested visitor is 
referred to further literature on the subject. Such an exhibit eliminates the dry- 
ness of technical details and accentuates their interest. Moreover, Stevenson's 
facility and adaptability are exercised on works of artists so widely separated by 
time and place as Botticelli, Boucher, Van Dyck, Morland, Romney, Hoppner and 
Re)molds. So that, as nearly always in these exhibitions, the interest is varied 
in its appeal. 

At the AsTOR Branch, the reproductions of paintings in the Wallace Collec- 
tion and plates from Mr. J. C. Dana's collection "The printed book" were on view. 

Picture bulletins and lists of books were posted in the branches as follows: 
Chatham Square, Wild animals ; Seward Park, Arctic exploration ; Rivington 
Street, Opera scores; Hamilton Fish Park, Fairy pictures; Bond Street,. 
Austrian Tyrol, Evolution of the North American continent, Songs that never die,. 
Spain, Tropical America, Wild life near home ; Hudson Park, Tangiers, Life on 
the Congo, John Greenleaf Whittier, Musical composers, William Ewart Glad- 
stone; Tompkins Square, Woman suffrage. North Pole, The December maga- 
zines ; Epiphany, Middle Ages ; s8th Street, Renaissance, Greek art, Roman art. 
Jack Frost; 67TH Street, Reproductions of fine famous Dutch pictures, Dog 
stories. Bedtime stories. Indoor games; Riverside, Dutch boys and girls; Ghost 
stories, Nursery rhymes. Stories of the West; 115TH Street, The child world; 
I2STH Street, Fairy tales. Humor, Education, School and college stories; St. 
George, Stratf ord-on-Avon ; Stapleton, Western life. 

In addition there were picture bulletins, lists of books, verses, and songs on 
Christmas at twenty-nine branches, on new books at six, on New Years' Day at 
three, on navigating the air at two, and on subjects of Board of Education lectures 
at two branches. 

At the Rivington Street branch there was an exhibit of relics of North 
American Indians loaned by the Museum of Natural History; at the iisth Street 
branch an exhibit of three large scenes carved in cork in bas-relief loaned by 
Messrs. Ferdinand Gutman & Co., and also an exhibit showing the growth, and 
the manufacture of cork into various objects; at the 13STH Street branch a postal 
card exhibit of views of Cologne and Nuremberg; at the Stapleton branch a 
collection of photographs of famous pictures of the Madonna ; and at St. George 
a collection of books illustrated by Walter Crane and Kate Greenaway, loaned by 
Mr. L. R. E. Paulin, including many of the Christmas books and drawings of both 
artists in black-and-white, as well as the more serious work of Walter Crane iil 
his illustrations to Shakespeare, Spenser's "Faerie Queen," etc. 



LIST OF WORKS IN THE NEW YORK PUBLIC LIBRARY RELATING 

TO THE NEAR EASTERN QUESTION AND THE BALKAN 

STATES, INCLUDING EUROPEAN TURKEY 

AND MODERN GREECE. 



Order of Arrangement : 



Bibliography. 

pskiodicals. 

Gknsral Works: Thb Nsar Eastsrn Qubstion, 

AND History, Description^ btc., op two or 

morr Countries. 



History, Description, etc., op Indiyioual Coun- 
tries. 

Language, Literature and Folklore op Indi- 
vidual Countries. 



Bibliography. 

Becker (G.) Notice bibliographiqne. (In his: 
La guerre con temporal ne dans les Balkans. Paris, 
1899. 8". pp. 3-4.) 

Beng^esco (G.) Essai d'une notice biblio- 
graphique sur la question d'Orient. Orient Euro- 
p^cn 182 1 -1 897. Bruxelles: P, Lacomblex, 1897. 
xiii, 327 p., I 1. 8*. 

Bibliog^raphie. (In : Une Confederation ori- 
entale com me solution de la question d'Orient. 
pp. 283-289. Paris, 1905. 12 .) 

Hasluck (F. W.) Notes on manuscripts in 
the British Museum relating to Levant geography 
and travel, i pi. (British School at Athens. 
Ann. no. 12, pp. 196-215. London, 1905-6.) 

Hiersemann (Karl W.) Die Balkanstaaten. 
Leipzig, 1901. 50 p. 8"*. (In his: Catalog, no. 261.) 

Europaische TOrkei, Rumfinien, Bulga- 

rien, Serbien, Bosnien, Montenegro, Griechen- 
land« Turkenkriege. . . Leiptig, 1897. 42 p. 
8**. (Catalog, no. 194.) 

Rum&nien, Bulgarien, Serbien, Montene- 
gro. Leiptig, 1908. 105 p. 8*. (In his: KaU- 
log, no. 354) 

La Barre de Nanteuil (B. A. de). Sources. 
(In his: L'Orient et I'Europe depuis le xvii si^cle. 
Paris [1898]. 8". p. ix.) 

Maican (Jean Constantin). Bibliographie. 
(In his : *La question du Danube. £tude de droit 
international, pp. [3]-4. Paris, 1904. 8".) 

PhiUips (W. Alison). [Bibliography.] (In 
his: Greece and the Balkan Peninsula, in: Cam- 
bridge modern history ... v. to, pp. 803-807. 
Cambridge, 1 90 7. 8°.) 

Periodicals. 

Donanl&nder (Die). Zeitschrift fOr Volks- 
kunde. Hrsg. von A. Strauss. Jahrg. i, no. 1-7 
(1899). Wien, 1899. 8'. 

MoQTemeni ^conomique. Roumanie, Penin- 
sule Balkanique, Turquie d'Asie. [monthly.] 
▼. i-date. Bucarest, 1904-date. 8**. 



The Near Eastern Question, etc. 

Abbott (G. F.) The Near Eastern Question: 
the Turkish Empire. (Quar. Rev. London, 1909. 
8°. V. 210, pp. 674-691.) 

AdamoTie (Lujo). Die Vegetationsstufen der 
Balkanl&nder. map. (Petermanns Mitteil. v. 54, 
pp. 195-203. Cotha, 1908.) 

Die VegetationsverhAltnisse der Balkan- 

lander (MOsische L&nder) umfassend Serbien, Alt- 
serbien, Bulgarien, Ostrumelien, Nordthrakien und 
Nordmazedonien, von Prof. Dr. Lujo Adamovic, 
Privatdozent der Pflanzengeographie an der Uni- 
versitfit Wien. Mit 49 Vollbildern, 11 Textiiguren 
und 6 Karten. Gedruckt mit UnterstUtzung der 
K5nigl. Preuss. Akademie der Wissenschaften. 
Leipzig: Wilhelm Engelmann, 1909. xvt, 567 (i) 
p. 8°. (Die Vegetation der Erde, hrsg. v. A. 
Engler u. O. Drude. v. 11.) 

Alvisi (G. G.) Intenti politici dei divers! stati 
d'Europa nelle question! orientali. Firenu: M, 
Cellini e C, 1889-90. 3 p.L, xiv, i 1., 596 p., 
I tab. 2. ed. 12*. 

Amadorl-VirgllJ (Giovanni). La questione 
rumeliota (Macedonia, Vecchia Serbia, Albania, 
Epiro) e la politica italiana. v. i. Bitonto: AT, 
Garofalo, 1908. 5 maps. 4**. (Biblioteca italiana 
di politica estera. N. i.) 

Ambrosias, Abt. , pseud, Drei Brief e aus dem 
Orient bezttglich des Europfiisch-lnternationalen 
Recti fikationswerkes. [By Ambrosius, Abt.,/J/M^.] 
Leipzig: F. Fleischer, 1869. I p.L, 64 p. 8*. 

Apfelbeck (Victor). Fauna insectorum bal- 
canica. Beitrage zur Kenntniss der Balkanfauna. 
I pi. (Bosnisch-Hercegovinisches Landesmuseum 
in Sarajevo. Wissenschaftl. Mittheil. aus Bosnien 
u. d. Hercegovina. IVien^ 1894-97. 4*. v. 2, 
pp. 511-542; V. 4. PP 530-559; ▼• 5. PP- 502-520.) 

Zur Kenntniss der palfiarktischen Curculi- 

oniden. (Bosnisch-Hercegovinisches Landesmu- 
seum in Sarajevo. Wissenschaftl. Mittheil. aus 
Bosnien u. d. Hercegovina. Wien, 1899. 4*. 
v. 6, pp. 773-816.) 

Argyll (8. duke), George Douglas Campbklu 
The Eastern Question from the treaty of Paris 1856 



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LIST OF WORKS RELATING TO THE BALKANS 



General Works, confd, 

to the treaty of Berlin 1878, and to tbe second Af- 
ghan war. London: Strahan ^ C(0. [1879]. ^ ▼• 
8*. 

What the Turks arc, and how we have been 

helping them. [Glasgow: J, MacLfhose, 1876.] 
I p.l., 11-40 p. 8". 

Arnold (Robert Arthur). The promises of 
Turkey. IVestminster: Eastern Question Associa 
iion [1877]. 15 p. 8". (Papers on the Eastern 
question. No. 6.) 

Arrest du Conseil d*Estat du Roy, En inter- 
pretation de celuy . . .portant reglement sur les 
marchandises en pacotilles, qui reduit. . .la retenue 
qui avoit este fixee k. . .par ledit arrest du 17. Mars. 
Du. 20. Mars 1734. [ColofAon] Paris: Imp. Roy- 
ale, M.DCCXXXIV. 4 p. 8'. 

Arrest du Conseil d'Estat du Roy, Por- 
tant Reglement sur les Marchandises en pacotilles, 
que les Capitaines ... & passagers portent en 
Levant. Du 17. Mars 1733. Paris: Imp, Royale, 
M.DCCXXXIII. 8 p. 8^ 

Arrest du conseil d'estat du roy, Qui Revoque 
la permission cy-devant accord^e, de faire le com- 
merce de Levant par le Port du Cette. Du 31. 
May 1723. i». /.-/. Colophon: [A. Paris, de 
rimprimerie royaU, M.DCCXXIIL] 4 p. 8". 

Aulneau (J.) La querelle des chemins de fer 
baikaniques: allemands contre slaves. (Rev. polit. 
et pariement. Paris, 1908. 8°. v, 57, pp. 493- 
519-) 

Austin (Alfred). England's policy and peril: 
a letter to the Earl of Beacons6eld. London: J, 
Murray, 1%']'], 32 p. 8". 

Austria. — Afinisterium des Aeussern. Ac- 
tenstacke aus den Correspondenzen des K. und K. 
gemeinsamen Ministeriums des Aussern ttber ori- 
entaliscbe-Angelegenheiten. (Vom 2. October, 
1880, bis 30. August. 1881.) IVien: Hof- und 
Staatsdruckerei, 1881. 299 p. sq. 4**. 

Verhandlunffen bcztiglich der TUrkisch-Montenegrischen 
Greoce, Art. xxviii des Berliner Vertrages, Oct. 9, 1880, bis 2g 
I&naer. 1881, pp. 5-80. Verhandlung beziiglich der Rege- 
long der Tarkiich-Griechitchen Grenze, Art. xziv des Ber- 
liner Vertrages, Oct. 3, 1880, bis 30. August, z88z, pp. 81-299. 

Avril (A. d'). Negociations relatives au traite 
de Berlin et aux arrangements qui out suivi, 1875- 
1886. Paris, 1886. maps. 8\ 

Bake (Rudolph Willem Jan Cornells de Men- 
thon). La question d*Orient et sa port^e colon iale. 
La Haye: H, C. Susan, 1874. 65 p. 8'. 

Balkan (The) question, the present condition 
of the Balkans and of European responsibilities. 
By various writers. Edited by L. Villari. London: 
/. Murray, 1905. xiv, 1 1.. 362 p., I 1., i map. 8*. 

Balkanhalbinsel (Die), illus., i map. (Deut. 
Rundschau f. Geog. u. Statist. Wien, 1909. 8*". 
Jahrg. 31, pp. 358-365.) 

Bamberg^ (F.) Geschichte der orientalischen 
Angelegenheit im Zeitraume des Pariser und des 
Berliner Fried ens. Berlin: G, Grote,\%tyi, 3 p.l., 
622 p., 2 maps, 6 pi., 3 port. 8**. (Allgemeine 
Geschichte in Einzeldarstellungen. 4. Hauptabt. 
5. Th.) 

Barbarich (Eugenio). Per una ferrovia Al- 
bano-Macedone. (Nuova antologia. Roma, 1909. 
8'. ser. 5, V. 139, pp. 293-311.) 



Baring (Walter). Y creulonderau Bulgaraidd* 
Adroddiad Mr. Baring o hanes dechreuad y gwrth- 
ryfel yn Bulgaria, y moddion fabwysiadwyd i'w 
roddi i lawr, a*r creulonderau erchyll gymcrodd le. 
Bangor: E, Williams [yZ^-IY 16 p. 8*. 

Baron Aehrenthal and M. Izvoisky: diploma- 
tic enigmas. By Vox et prseterea nihil. (Fort- 
nightly rev. London, 1909. 8^. v. 92 (n. s. 
V. 86;, pp. 383-401.) 

Banmfeld (Maurice). Turkey versus Europe 
in the Balkans. (Amer. Monthly Rev. of Rev. 
V. 33. pp. 77-79- A'^w York, 1905.) 

Beck von Mannagetta (Gttnther). Die Vegeta- 
tionsverh&Itnisse der illyrischen Lfinder. . . Leip- 
%ig: W. Engelmann, 1901. xv, 534 p., 1 1., 2 maps, 
2 pi. 4°. (Die Vegetation der Erde. . .[v.] 4.) 

Becker (G.) La guerre contemporaine dans 
les Balkans, et la question d'orient, 1 885-1 897. 
Paris: Berger-Levrault et Cie,, 1899. I p.l., xx, 
339 p , II maps. 8°. 

Bernus ( Pierre). Le conflit balkanique. (Nou- 
velle rev. Paris, 1908. 8*. ser. 3, v. 2, pp. 49-62.) 

Besensek (A.) Beitrftge zur Geschichte der 
Stenographie bei den Sttdslaven. Mit einem An- 
hange: Kurze Entwickelungsgeschichte der Kunst 
und Wissenschaft bei den Slovenen, Kroaten, Ser- 
ben und Bulgaren. . . Mit einer Einleitung. . .von 
K. Hempel. Berlin, 1890. 3 p.l., 18 p. 4°. 

Bianconi (F.) La question d'Orient devoil^; 
ou, La v^rite sur la Turquie Musulmans, ralas 
slaves et grecs, tcherkess et tziganes. Paris: 
Librairie ghUrale, 1876. 208 p. 8". 

Bik^las (Demetrios). Le r61e et les aspira- 
tions de la Gr^e dans la question d'Orient. Paris^ 
1885. 54 p. 12*. (Pub. du Cercle S^nt-Simon. 
No. 3.) 

Bittner (Alexander), M. Neumayr and Fr. 
Teller. Ueberblick ttber die geologischen Ver- 
h&ltnisse eines Theiles der agSlischen KOsteniander. 
(Kais. Akad. d. Wissensch. Math.-naiurwissensch. 
CI. Denkschr. Bd. 40, pp. 379-415* 3 maps. 
Wien, 1880. r.) 

Blaneard (Theodore). Les Mavroy<¥ni: his- 
toire d'orient (de 1700 k nos jours). Illustr^ de 
nombreuses gravures, portraits, facsimiles, cartes, 
etc. Paris: E^ Leroux, 1909. 2 v. 4*. 

Blech (E. C. ) Russia and the Levant. (2. ) The 
Levant. (In: Cambridge modern history. . . Cam^ 
bridge, 1909. 8°. v. ii, pp. 275-285.) 

Russia and the Levant after the Crimean 

War. (2.) The Balkan lands. (In: Cambridge 
modern history. . . Cambridge, 1909. 8*. v. 11, 
pp. 635-647.) 

Blind (Karl). The Far East and the Near East. 
(Westminster Rev. v. i6i, pp. 597-609. London^ 
1904.) 

Bloehwits (fohannes). The Eastern question; 
a brief history of Turkey: translated from the Ger- 
man by Mrs. M. Wesselhoeft. Boston, 1877. maps. 
16". 

Blondel (Georges). De la Boheme aux Balkans. 
Souvenirs d'un recent voyage. (Soc. normande de 
g^og. Bull. Rouen, 1909, 4*. v. 31, pp. 1-23.) 

Boisard(R.) La question d'Orient. Ses ori- 
gines, son Evolution, et son ^tat actuel. Paris: R, 
CKapelot^ Cie,, 1907. 42p., i 1., i map. 8*. 



LIST OF WORKS RELATING TO THE BALKANS 



Cemral Works, confd. 

Bonehev (G.) Prinos kom petrografiyata na 
Sornena gora. (Sbomik za Narodni Umotvoreniya, 
Nauka i Knizhniha. v. 19, pp. 1-104. So/ia^ 
1903.) 

Serpentinot v Plovdivsko. S 2 tablitzi. 

(Periodichesko spisanie na bolgarskoto knizhovno 
drnzhestvo vSrycdctz. v. 61, pp. 217-226. Srye- 
diiM, 1900.) 

Veriia-planina v petrografsko otnoshenie. 

(Periodichesko spisanie na bo^arskoto knizhovno 
druzbestvo V Sryedetz. v. 60, pp. 913-942. Srye- 
ditM, 1899.) 

Yeruprivnitye skali ot Glushnik i Gorno- 

' Aleksandrovo(Slivensko). (Periodichesko spisanie 

na bolgarskoto knizhovno druzhestvo v Sryedetz. 
▼. 61., pp. 85-100. SryedeU^ 1900.) 

Booth (John L. C.) Trouble in the Balkans: 
illustrated by four coloured pictures and numerous 
drawings by the author. Lomion : Hurst and Black- 
' £tt, 1905. zii, 280 p., I map, 16 pi., i port. 8**. 

Bratiano (J% C.) M^moire sur Tempire d'Au- 
triche dans la question d 'Orient. Paris, 1855. 
48 p. 8*. 

Brendel (Richard). Die orientalische Frage 
im Altertume und im Mittelalter (nebst einem Aus- 
blick auf ihre Entwickelung in der Neuzeit). Beilage 
zum Programm des KOniglichen und Gr5ningschen 
Gymnasiums zu Stargard i. P. vom Jahre 1902. 
Leipzig: G, Fock, 1902. i p.l., 28 p. sq. 4"*. 

Brocketi (Linus Pierpont). The cross and 
the crescent; or, Russia, Turkey, and the countries 
adjacent, in 1876-7. A graphic description of the 
countries, races, and religions of the regions now 
involved tnwar... Philadelphia, Pa.: Hubbard 
Bros. [cop. 1877]. 594 p., 1 map, 2 pi., illus. 8°. 

Brodhead (J. Milliken Napier). Slav and 
Moslem: historical sketches. Charleston, S. C: 
Walker, Evans 6* Cogswell Co,, 1894. viii, i 1., 
301 p. 8*. 

Brjree (James). The near eastern question and 
the position of Russia and Austria. Report of a 
speech delivered by the Rt. Hon. J. Bryce...on 
March 23rd, 1905. (The "Eighty" Club year 
book. 1906. London, 1906. 12". pp. 179-191.) 

Bnlg^ariaii horrors and England's duty. An 
appeal. Manchester: J, E, Cornish, 1876. 15 p. 
sm. 8 . 

Biiscli (Clemens August). Zur Geschichte der 
orientalischen Begebenbeiten in den Jahren 1875 
und 1876. [Herausgegeben von Raschdau.] (Deut. 
Rundschau. Berlin, 1908. 8**. v. 137, pp. 369- 
405.) 

Basch (Moritz). Die TQrkei. Reise-Hand- 
buch far Constantinopel, dieUntereDonau, Rume- 
lien . . . und Albanien. Triest: Literarisch-artisti- 
sche Anstalt, 1881. vi, i 1., 232 p., i map, i pi. 
3. ed. sq. id**. 

Buxton (Noel). Balkan geography and Balkan 
railways. [With discussion.] illus., 1 map. (Geog. 
Jour. London, 1908. 8*. v. 32, pp. 217-239.) 

Europe and the Turks. London: John 

Murray, igqj, xi (1), 143 (i) p., 3 maps. 12". 

Cabinet (The) council and the impending war. 
By an Englishman. London: W, Mitchell & Co,, 
1876. 32 p. 8'. 



Cahnet (Alb^ric). La question d*Or!ent dans 
Thistoire contemporaine (1821-1905). Preface de 
Fr^d^ric Passy. Paris: Dujarric &* Cie,, 1905. 
2 p.l., iii, 537 (i) p. 12'. 

Callan (Hugh). Lands and peoples of the 
Balkans. (Scottish geog. mag. v. 14, pp. 225- 
241. Edinburgh, 1898.) 

Cameron (Vemey Lovett). Our future high- 
way to India. London: Macmillan &* Co,, 1880. 

2 V. 12*. 

Campbell {Sir G.) A handy book on the 
Eastern question: being a very recent view of Tur- 
key. London, 1876. map. 12*. 

Canneman (D. W.) *De Batavorum merca- 
tura Levantica. Hagce Comitis, 1839. xxiii, 219 p. 
8'. 

Cantemir (Demetrius), prince of Moldavia, 
Collectanea orientalia. Publicate dup& manuscri- 
sele din Biblioteca MuseuluY Asiaticii din St. Peters- 
burg. Bucuresci: Tip, Acad, Rotnane, 1883, 32 p. 
illus. 4*. (In his: Operele... v. 7.) 

Car^U (William). Mehemet Ali, Lord Pal- 
merston, Russia, and France. . . London: J. Reid 
&* Co., 1840. 96 p., I map. 8^. 

Cartwrl^ht (Joseph). The insurrection in 
Candia and the public press. London: The Author 
[1866?]. 1 p.l., 15 p. 8°. 

Catellaai (Enrico). Equilibrio balcanico ed 
equilibrio europeo. (R. istituto veneto. Atti, 
V. 60, pt. 2, pp. 795-869. Venetia, 1901.) 

Chancellor (F.) Turkey, Greece and the 
powers. Johnny writes again to his old friend X . . . 
London: Simpkin, Marshall 6* Co., 1897. 12 p. 
i6*. 

Chasseboenf de Volney (Constant in Fran- 
9ois), Comte. Voyage en £gypte et en Syrie, pen- 
dant les ann^es 1783. 1784 et 1785, suivi de consid- 
erations sur la guerre des Russes et des Turks 
publics en 1788 et 1789. Paris: Parmantier, 
1825. 2 V. 8*". (In his: GSuvres. 2. ed. Tome 

2-3.) 

Chemins (Les) de fer des Balkans. (Rev. mil- 
itaire d. armees ^trang^res. v. 68, pp. 212-230. 
Paris, 1906.) 

Ch^radame (Andr^. La question d 'orient. 
La Mac^doine. Le chemin de fer de Bagdad . . . 
Paris: Plon, Nourrit &* Cie,, 1903. 2 p.l., xv, 
397 p. 12". 

Chlnmecky (L^n de). Le problime balkan- 
ique et la politique austro-hongroise. (Grande rev. 
Paris, igoS, 8*. v. 51, pp. 68-82.) 

Chlnmeeky (Leopold von). Die Italo-Alba- 
nesen und die Balkanpolitik. (Osterr. Rundschau. 
▼. 5. pp. 331-352. Wien, 1905.) 

Oesterreich-Ungarn und Italien. Das 

Westbalkanische Problem und Italiens Kampf urn 
die Vorherrschaft in der Adria. Leipzig: F. Deu- 
ticke, 1907. iv, I 1., 247 p. 2. ed. 8 . 

Chopin (Jean Marie). Bosnie, Servie, Herze- 
govine, Bulgarie, Slavonie, Illyrie, Croatie, Dalma- 
tic, Montenegro, Albanie. Paris: Firmin-Didot 
6r' Cie, [1856]. 2 p,l., 494 p. 8'. (rUnivers. . . 
[Europe.] v. 39.) 

Cobden (Richard). Russia. By a Manchester 
manufacturer [i. e. R. Cobden]. Edinburgh: W, 
Tait, 1836. I p.l., 52 p. 4*. 



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Geiural Works, eonfd, 

Russia, Turkey, and En^^land. London, 

Paris and New York: Cassell, Petter ^ Galpin, 
1876. 3 P-l-» 7-48 p. 12*. 

Repr. from ** The political wridnga of R. C* 

Coekerell (Charles Robert). Travels in South- 
em Europe and the Levant, 18 10-18 17. The 
journal of C. R. Coekerell, edited by his son S. P. 
Coekerell. London: Longmans, Green &* Co,, 
1903. xii, 386 p., I port. 8*". 

[CoUeeiioB (A) of newspaper clippings mounted 
in four scrapbooks relating to the Eastern Ques- 
tion, March 14, 1877, to October 24, 1880.] 4 v. 
8'. 

Confi6d^raiioB (Une) orientale comme solu- 
tion de la question d*Orient, par un Latin. Paris: 
Plon-JVourrit &* Cie., 1905. 289 p., 2 1., i map. 

12'. 
Bibliographj, pp. 283-289. 

Contd^uUf pseud. The conquest of Europe ; a 
poem of the future in fourteen short cantos, n. p. , 
1876. 35 p. 12*. 

Cooper (Joseph). Turkey and Europe, past 
and present, in relation to Africa. London: S, 
Harris &' Co,, 1876. iv, 5-22 p. 8'. 

601111117 (The) of Continentia, where the Rus- 
sian gentleman tried to trick the Turkish gentle- 
man, in order that he might steal his property. 
London: Simpkin, MarshaU ^ Co, [187-]. 25 p. 
I6^ 

Creoz (J. H.) Pitt et Fr^d^ric-Guillaume II. 
L'Angleterre et la Prusse devant la question d*Ori- 
ent en 1790 et 1791. Paris: Perrin &' Co,, 1886. 
2p.l.,i83p. 12*. 

CroM (The) versus the crescent: or. The reli- 
gious and political view of the Eastern Question. 
London: T. Harrison, 1854. 20 p. 2. ed. 8"*. 

CroQSflo (Franz). La p^ninsule gr^co-slave; 
son pass^, son present et son avenir. BruxelUs, 
1876. map. 8". 

Cnmining (A. N.) The secret history of the 
treaty of Berlin; being a talk with the late Lord 
Rowton. (Nineteenth Century & After, v. 58, 
pp. 83-90. London, 1905.) 

Curtis (W. E.) The Turk and his lost prov- 
inces, Greece, Bulgaria, Servia, Bosnia. Chicago: 
F, H, Revell Co,, 1903. 396 p., 28 pi. 8*^. 

C^yic (J.) L'epoque glaciaire dans la p^ninsule 
des Balkans. (Annsiles de g^og. v. 9, pp. 359-372. 
Paris, 1900.) 

Forschungsreisen auf der Balkan-Halbinsel. 

(Gesellsch. f. Erdkunde. Ztsch. 1902, pp. 196-214. 
Berlin, 1902.) 

Die tektonischen Vorginge in der Rhodope- 

masse. 2 plates. (Kais. Akad. d. Wissensch. 
Math.'Uaturwiss. CI. Sitzungsb. v. no, pt. i, 
pp. 409-432. Wien, 1902.) 

C^ille* pseud f Voyage sentimental dans les 
pays slaves: Dalmatie; Montenegro; Herz^govine; 
Croatie; Serbie; Bulgarie; Galicie; Boheme; Slo- 
ven ie. Paris, 1876. 12*. 

Da^fiiall (J. M.) England not dead; and, Turk 
and Briton ; also containing Scenes of Cumberland. 
London: The Author, l^^^, 128 p. 12*. 

Dame Europa in trouble again. London: Simp- 
kin, Marshall &* Co., 1877. 12 p. 16". 



Dame Europa's Court: trial of the five monitors 
Speech of William [of Louis, of Joseph, of Aleck. 
Tracts] nos. 1-5. [London: Lucas 6* Co., 1876.] 
250 p. 8*. 

Dardanelles (The) for England. The true 
solution of the Eastern question. London: Chap^ 
man and Hall, xZ'it. 28 p. 8**. 

London: Chafman and Hall, 1876. 31 p. 

New and rev. ed. 8 . 

DamtoB*Fraser (H. J.) Austria's policy in 
the Balkans. (Westminster Rev. London, 1909. 
8*. V. 171, pp. 117-123.) 

Dani^y Q.) Fran9ois- Joseph, roi des Serbes. 
(Nouv. rev. Paris, 1908. 8*. ser. 3, v. 6, pp. 
241-246.) 

Davenhill (C. E. S.) Spanish views of the 
European difficulty: a critical summary of SeHor 
Emilio Castelar's work on the Eastern Question. 
[Prefatory note signed Charles E. S. Davenhill.] 
London [Pobson 6* Sons], 1877. 2 p.l., 16 p. 16*. 

Davidoff (M.) An appeal on the eastern ques- 
tion to the Senatus Academicus Of the Royal Col- 
lege of Edinburgh. By a Russian [i, e,, M. Da- 
vidoff]. Edinburgh: T. C, Jack, 1854. 24 p. 8*. 

DeeheT (V.) Sryednorodopsko ovcharstvo. 
(Sbornik za Narodni Umotvoreniya, Nauka Knizh- 
nina. v. xix, pp. 1-92. Sojla, 1903.) 

Decimus, /j^»^. Intervention and its fruits; 
a letter. . .to Her Majesty's secretary of state for 
foreign affairs. [By Decimus] London: Saunders 
&• Otley, 1841. 32 p. 8'. 

Deflfheni (C. E.) The Eastern question ; a lec- 
ture before the Young Men's Christian Association, 
1867. New York: G, F, Nesbitt 6r' Ci?., J867. 52 p. 
8'. 

Dehn (Paul). Die Volker Sudosteuropas und 
ihre politischen Probleme. Halle a, S.: Gebauer^ 
Schwetschke Druckerei, 1909. 4 p.l., 98 p., I map. 
8*". (Angewandte Geographic. . . Ser. 3. Heft 8.) 

Deltat pseud. The Eastern question. The 
honour and interests of Great Britain. London: 
W, H. AlUn and Co, [1877]. 26 p. 8". 

Dennis (Alfred L. P.) * Eastern problems at 
the close of the eighteenth century. [Columbia 
University, N. Y.] Cambridge, Mass,: The Uni- 
versity Press, 1901. 3 p.l., 277 p., I L 8*. 

Derbjr, (15. earl), Edward Henry Smith 
Stanley. The Eastern atrocities. Lord Derby's 
defence, being his replies to the deputations re- 
ceived by him on the nth inst. London: Holmes* 
Library, 1876. 22 p. 12°. 

De R0S9 (20. baron), William Lennox Las- 
CELLES De Ros. Journal of a tour in the princi- 
palities, Crimea, and countries adjacent to the 
Black Sea in the years 1835-36. London: J. fV. 
Parker. ..ISSS, iv, 164 p. 12". 

De Windi (Harry). Through savage Europe. 
Being the narrative of a journey (undertaken as 
special correspondent of the " Westminster Ga- 
zette "), throughout the Balkan States and European 
Russia. Second impression. With. . .illustrations. 
London: T, F, Unwin, 1907. 300 p., 74 pi., 23 
port. 8". 

Dieterieh (Karl). Aus dem Balkanwinkel. 
Erzahlungen aus dem griechischen, rumfinischen 
und sQdslavischen Volksleben. Ausgew&hlt und 



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II 



'Gtmrml Works, confd, 

flbertnigen von. . .K. Dieterich in Verbindung mit 
O. Franz ond A. Dortc. Leip%ig: C. F, Amelangs 
Verlag^ 1908. ▼!, I U, 165 p. I a*. 

Die Vollcsdfchtuns^ der BallcanlAnder in 

ihren gemeinsamen Elementen. (Ztsch. d. Vereines 
f. Volkskunde. Jahrg. 12, pp. 145-155, 272-291, 
403-415. Berlin^ 1902.) 

Diesel (Gustav). Rossia, Germany, and the 
Eastern Question. Translated from the German 
by Frederica Rowan. London: J, Ridgway^ 1B54. 
131 p. 8*. 

DiUon (E. J.) The Near Eastern crisis. (Con- 
temp. Rev. London, 1908. 8**. v. 94, pp. 513- 
532.) 

DiploBU^ey of Russia. London: J, Ridgway 
^ Sons, 1835. (2) 32 p. 8'. (From the British 
and Foreign Review, or European Quarterly Jour- 
nal. No. I.) 

Diplonutticus, pseud. The secret treaty of 
Reichstadt. (Fort. Rev. London^ 1908. 8°. v. 90 
(n. s. V. 84). pp. 828-837.) 

DobroT (L.) Yuzhnoe slavianstvo, Turtziya i 
sopemichestvo yevropeiskikh pravitelstv na Balkan- 
skom Poluostrovye. Istoriko-politicheskie ocherki. 
St, Petersburg: N, A. Lebedyev, 1880. xiv, 634 p. 

8^ 

Donner (E.) [Thrace, Macedoine et Albanie 
orientale.] (Recueil consulaire. Bruxeiles, ibg2, 
8°. ▼. 75, pp. 409-475.) 

Dopseh (Alfons). Die sQdslawischen HauS' 
kommunionen. (Osterr. Rundschau. IVien, 1909. 
4'. v. 19. pp. 94-105.) 

Dorobants (Jacques). Les deux conflits bal- 
kaniques. (Questions diplomat, et coloniales. 
Paris, 1908. 8'. v. 26, pp. 605-619.) 

La repercussion de la victoire autrichienne 

sur les ^tats danubiens et balkaniques. (Questions 
diplomat, et col. Paris, 1909. 4"*. v. 28, pp. 
513-526.) 

Dossier (Le) russe dans la question d'Orient. 
La politique de la Russie envers la Pologne et la 
Turquie. Par un ancien diploma te en Orient. 
Paris: E. Dentu, 1869. 134 p. 8*. 

Drei Denkschriften ttber die orientalische 
Frage von Papst Leo X., K5nig Franz L von 
Frankreich und Kaiser Maximilian I. aus dem 
Jahre 1517. Nach dem beigefagten Originaltext 
zum ersten Male Obersetzt und erlfiutert von J. W. 
Zinkeisen. Coiha: F, A, Perthes, 1854. vi, 7- 
134 p., I 1. 8'. 

Oriault (ttdouard). La question d'Orient de- 
puis ses origines jusqu*^ nos jours. Pr<¥face de 
M. Gabriel Monod. Paris: F, Alcan, 1909. xv, 
407 p. 8". (Biblioth^que d'histoire contempo- 
raine.) 

Dudseele (Errembault de). [Compte rendu 
d*UD voyage d'exploration des prindpaux marches 
commerciaux de la presqu'ile des Balkans et des 
regions voisines.] (Recueil consulaire. Bruxelles, 
1892. 8*. V. 75, pp. 5-81.) 

Daff (M. £. G.) The Eastern question; a lec- 
ture delivered at Inverurie.. .Nov., 1876. Edin- 
burgh: Edmonston 6f* Douglas, 1876. 62 p. 8*. 



Du^i^n (Stephen Pierce Hayden). The East*, 
em question: a study in diplomacy. ATew York: 
Columbia CJniv, Pr., iqo2, 152 p. 8*". (Columbia 
University. ..Studies in history, economics and 
public law. V. 14, pt. 3.) 

Dnmont (Albert). Le Balkan et TAdriatiqua 
Les Bulgares et les Albanais. L'administration 
en Turquie. . , Paris: Didier et Cie,, 1873. 2 p. I., 
iv, 411 p., I 1. 2. ed. 12*. 

Paris: Didier et Cie,, 1874. 2. ed. 2 p.I., 

iv, 411 p., I 1. 8". 

Durham (M. Edith). The blaze in the Bal- 
kans. (Monthly Rev. v. 12, no. 3, pp. 54-6S- 
London, 1903.) 

The burden of the Balkans. With illua* 

trations by the author. London: E, Arnold, 1905. 
xii. 332 p., I map, 8 pi., i port. 8**. 

Duty (The) of civilized Europe on the Eastern 
question, n, t.-p. [London: R, Banks ^ 187-.] 
24 p. 8**. 

Eastern (The) ogre; or, St. George to the 
rescue 1 n. t,'P, [London: Clotoes and ^n, 1^7-1. 
24 p. 12". 

Eastern (The) question considered, with a 
view to the removal of the differences existing be- 
tween Turkey and Egypt. London, 1840. 8 . 

Eastern (The) question: as involving the fate 
of the Ottoman empire, and the rectification of 
frontiers in Eastern Europe. By a Fellow of the 
Royal Historical Society. London: E, Stanford, 
1876. 16 p. 8''. 

Empire (L*) ottoman et ses adversaires ; par un 
voyageur en Orient. Paris: E, Dentu, 1859. 

1 p.I., 54 p. 2. ed. 8''. 

Endean (J. Russell). Dame Europa's remon- 
strance and her ultimatum. London: Kerby ^ 
Endean, 1877. 3. ed, iv, 5-31 p. I2*. 

Engflandy France, Russia and Turkey. Lon- 
don: J. Ridgway 6* Sons, 1834. 1 p.I., 120 p. 8°. 

London, 1835. 2 p.I., 120 p. 3. ed. 8*. 

4. ed. London: J, Ridgway ^ Sons, 1835. 

2 p.I., 119 p. 8**. 

Engfland and Russia: being a fifth edition of 
England, France, Russia, & Turkey, revised and 
enlarged. London: /. Ridgway 6* Sons, 1835. 
(2) xxii, (x) 197 p. 8 . 

Era (An) in the life of a living statesman. Bv 
a Conservative. London: Ward 6* Lock [185-?]. 
I p.I., 42 p. 8*. 

Essence (The) of the Eastern question, with a 
few plain words in the case of Turk and Tory 
versus the people of England. By an old diploma- 
tist. London: PhiUpott[\%it\, 8 p. 12°. 

Evans (Arthur John). Illyrian letters: a re* 
vised selection of correspondence from the Illyrian 
provinces of Bosnia, Herzegovina, Montenegro, 
Albania, Dalmatia, Croatia, and Slavonia. . .during 
the year 1877. London: Longmans, Green, 6* Co,^ 
1878. xxi, I 1., 255 p., I map. 12". 

Expedition (L') de Mytilene (1901). Journal 
d'un officier de marine. (Rev. d. deux mondes). 
V. 178 (p^r. 5, V. 18), pp. 481-527. Paris, 1903.) 

Farley (J. Lewis). Cross or crescent. A re- 
view of the Eastern question. London: League in 
aid of the Christians of Turkey, 1876. 94 p. 8*. 



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LIST OF WORKS RELATING TO THE BALKANS 



General Works, confd, 

Fialin dc Pcrsigny (J. G. V.). Due. Letter to 
the Emperor of the French on the Eastern Ques- 
tion and the re-establishment of the independence 
of Poland. Translated from the French [of the 
Duke de Persigny], London: J. Ridgway, 1854. 
32 p. 8". 

Fiequelmont (C. L. de), Comte, Le cot^ re- 
ligieux de la (question d'Orient, TEglise Grecque 
Orientale, les refugt^s politiques en Orient. Paris: 
D'Atnyot^ 1854. 2 P-l., iv, 164 p. 8". 

Het Oostersche vraagstuk beschouwd van 

den kant der godsdienst, Uit het Hoogduitsch. 
Amsterdam: M, H, Binger &* Zonen, 1854. I pl-. 
89 p. 8". 

FUeher (Emil). Die Haar- und Kleidertracht 
Torgeschichtlicher Karpathen- und Balkanv5lker- 
schaften. illust. 2 plates. (Archiv. f. Anthro- 
pologie. V. 35, pp. 1-15. Braunschweig, 1908.) 

Forsyth (William). The Slavonic provinces 
south of the Danube; a sketch of their history and 
present state in relation to the Ottoman Porte. 
London: J, Murray, 1876. 3 p. 1., 194 p., i map. 
I2'. 

France. — Ministhre des Affaires Atrang}res, 
Documents diplomatiques. Affaires d'Orient. 1875- 
*l^'ll' Paris: Imp, Nat,, 1877. 2 p.l., 377, 

1 1. 153 p. f^ 

On pa^e 4a et seq. is the French text of the Imperial Fir- 
man of Dec. 15, 1875, establishing reforms. Oc page 272 et 
seq. is the text in French of the Turkish Constitution of Dec. 
"/33« 1876. The appendix of 153 pages contains the 

comptes rendus " of the preliminary sessions of the Con- 
ference at Constantinople as well as the protocols of the plen- 
ary sessions of Dec, 1877, ^^^ Jan., 1878. 

Congr^s de Berlin, 1878. Paris: Imp, 

Nat., 1878. 316 p., 2 maps. f. 

The protocols of the Congress, June 13 to July 13, 1878, in 
full. 

Commission Technique Europ^enne form^e 

en vertu d*un accord intervenu entre les Puissances 

Signataires du traitrf de Berlin, 1879. Paris: Imp, 

Nat,, 1880. 112 p. V, 

Contains text in full of the proc^ verbaux of the commis- 
sion, Oct.-Nov., il}79. Commission was appointed by the 
Signatory Powers by virtue of article a of the Treaty of Ber- 
lin, the object being the construction of a trans- Dan ubian 
bridge from the Roumanian-Bulgarian frontier. 

Affaires de Turquie. 1900-1901. Paris: 

Imp, Nat,, 1902. viii, 70 p. f. 

France (La) et la Russie. Question d*Orient. 
[Documents] F^vrier, 1854. Paris: Librairie nou- 
velle [1854]. 158 p. 8'. 

Franic (Dragutin). Die Lage auf der Balkan- 
halbinsel zu Beginn des 13. Jahrhunderts. (Bos- 
nisch-Hercegovinisches Landesmuseum in Sara- 
jevo. Wissenschaftl. Mittheil. aus Bosnien u. d. 
Hercegovina. Wien, 1897. 4". v. 5, pp. 304-336.) 

Fra«er(John Foster). Pictures from the Bal- 
kans. London: Cassell &* Co., 1906. xii, 298 p., 
I map, 41 pi. 12°. 

Freeman (Edward Augustus). The Turks in 
Europe. New York: Love II, Adam, Wesson 6* 
Company, 1877. 50 p. 8". 

New York, 1877. 32". (Harper's 

Half-hour Series.) 

London: JV. Mullan and Son, 1877. 

61 p. 8**. (Politics for the people, no. i.) 



What is involved in a guaranty of Turkey? 

(Tracts for the present crisis. 2. series, no. 18. 
pp. 97-104.) 

Oallenfl^a (A. C. N.) Two years of the East- 
em question. London, iSjj. 2 v. 8**. 

Gambler (J. W.) Hungary and the Eastern 
question. (The New Century Rev. London, 1 8()8. 
8". V. 3. pp. 245-258.) 

The Kaliph and the money-lenders. (Fort- 
nightly Rev. V. 76 (n. s. v. 70), pp. 624-634. 
London, 1 901.) 

Oasparin (Ag^nor Etienne de), Comte, Apr^s 
la pais: considerations sur le lib^ralisme et la 
guerre d'Orient. Paris: E, DentU, 1%^^, 4 p.l., 
(i) 6-210 p., I I. 8". 

Oedragf (Het) van den Russischen keizer Nico- 
laas, a Is de beschuldigde oorzaak van den Europe- 
schen oorlog; uit een christelijk oogpunt be- 
schouwd, door een onzijdigen Nederlander. Am^ 
sterdam: L, F. J. Hassels, 1854. iv, 5-27 p. 8". 

Gents (Friedrich von). Zur Geschichte der ori~ 
entalischen Frage. Briefe aus dem Nachlasse Fried- 
richs von Gentz, 1 823-1 829. Herausgegeben von 
Anton Graf en Prokesch-Caten. Wien: W, Brau- 
mailer, x^-jT, x. 197 p. 8*. 

Oeroth^rohl (Maurice A.) European policy 
and the Balkans. (Monthly Rev. v. 13, no. 2 
(Nov., 1903), pp. 43-61. London, 1903.) 

Ohikas (G.) Botschafter von Novikow ttber 
den Panslavismus und die orientalische Frage. Aus 
meinen Erinnerungen, von G. Ghikas. Wien: 
C, W, Stern, 1907. 78 p. 8". 

Oilson (Adrian). The Czar and the Sultan; or» 
Nicholas and Abdul Medjid: their private lives and 
public actions. To which is added, The Turks in 
Europe: their rise and decadence. By Francis 
Bouvet. New York: Harper &* Bros,, 1855. x, 
11-195 p. 16". 

Gladstone (William Ewart). Bulgarian horrors 
and the question of the East. London: J. Murray, 
1876. 3 p.l., 7-64 p. 8**. 

The Eastern crisis. A letter to the Duke 

of Westminster. London: J. Murray, 1897. 16 p. 

8^ 

The Turco-Servian war. Bulgarian horrors 

and the question of the East. New York: Lovell, 
Adam, Wesson &* Co., 1876. 39 p. 8*. 

England's glory, past and future. An answer 
to [Gladstone's article] ** The paths of honour and 
shame." n. t.-p. [London: Bootk 6* Clements'^, 
1878. 31 p. 8'. 

HoLLiNS (William). The Eastern question. 
What have we to go to war for? and what with? 
being remarks on Gladstone's '* Perishing phrase," 
and a review of our national resources. Stafford: 
W. Edwards [1878]. 20 p. 12°. 

Johnstone (Henry Alexander Munro Butler). 
Bulgarian horrors, and the question of the East. A 
letter addressed to the Right Hon.W. E. Gladstone, 
M. P. London: W. Pidgway, iS76, 28 p. 8". 

Question (The) of the day: Turk or Christian? 
An answer to Mr. Gladstone's pamphlet: with a 
true narrative of the Bulgarian horrors. By an 
Englishman. London: Diprose, Bateman &* Co. 
[187-]. 40 p. 16". 



LIST OF WORKS RELATING TO THE BALKANS 



13 



"General Works, confd. 

Ooerg^ens (E. P.) Der Islam und die moderne 
Kultnr; ein Beitrag zur LOsang der orientalischen 
Frage. (F. von Holtzendorff and W. Oncken. 
Deutsche Zeit- u. Streit-Frag. Jahrg. 8. Heft 
119. Berlin, 1879. 8".) 



(Wilhelm). Die Frage der Vergletsche- 
rnng des CeDtral-Balkan. Map. (Gesellsch. f. Erd- 
Icunde. Ztsch. v. 35, pp. 127-146. Berlin, 1900.) 

Oolts (E. V. d.) Balkanwirren und ihre Grttude. 
(Deutsche Rundschau. Jahrg. 30, pp. 199-215. 
Berlin^ 1904.) 

Great Britain. — /*<7r^^ Office, Turkey. 
1875, no. 4. Correspondence respecting the ques- 
tion of the negotiation of commercial conventions 
by the principalities. London: Harrison and 
Sons [1875]. I I., 26 p. (Parliamentary Papers, 
1875. V. 83.) 

The correspondence itself covers the period from Julv 6, 
1874 to Jan. ao, 187c. although some of the inclosures are of an 
earlier date, and lies between "Lord Derby. H. 6. M. Secy. 
for Foreign Affairs, Sir H. Elliot, Lord Odo Russell and Lord 
Lytton. It originated in the submission, by Austro- Hungary 
in 1874, o' * desire to obtain from H. M. Government views 
on the subject of the negotiation of commercial conventions 
directly by the principalities. The Question was opened by 
the Austro-Hungarian Minister for roreign Affairs, Count 
Andrassy, in a despatch of Jurfe i^, 1874 ^ the Austro- 
Hongarian Ambassaclor In Great Britam. 

The opening paragraphs of the despatch, which is printed 
on p. x-3 of the above paper, Eummarizes the situation. *'The 
treaty of commerce concluded between Austria and Turkey 
in 186a has never been applied to Servia or Rou mania, for 
although forming politically an integral part of the Ottoman 
Empire, they enjoy complete independence in all that relates 
to internal administration, more especially in commercial 
matters. . . . This independence toj^ether with the absence 
of any treaty engagements with Austria leaves the Principali- 
ties at liberty to regulate at pleasure their import and export 
duties. The uncertainty in matters of commerce arising from 
such a state of things affects not only Austrian trade with the 
principalities, but auo the transit trade of foreign countries.'* 

Turkey. 1877, no. i. Correspondence 

respecting the affairs of Turkey. London: Harri- 
son &* Sons [1877]. xl, 757 p., 2 maps. (Parlia- 
mentary Papers, 1877. v. 90.) 

Covers the period from Tune a8 to Dec 25, 1876; relates to 
insurrection in Bosnia ana Hersegovina, and the Slavonian 
war against Turkey. The correspondence is largely British. 
On pages 143- X7x there are two full reports by^ Walter Baring 
and Eugene Scnuyler reap., relative to atrocities committed 
upon Christians in Bulgaria; on pp. 171-106 are reports and 

Sioceedings of the Extraordinary Tribunal instituted at 
hilippopolis to judge persons implicated in the late events in 
Bulgaria. That part of this document beginning with de- 
spatch no. 5X2 (p. ^90) and relating to the proposed Con- 
ference at Constantinople, is reproduced in the British and 
Foreign State Papers v. 67, p. 369 et seq. 

Turkey. 1877, no. 2. Correspondence 

respecting the conftrence at Constantinople and 
the affairs of Turkey: 1876-77. London: Harri- 
son 6* Sons [1877]. X, 380 p. (Parliamentary 
Papers, 1877, v. 91.) 

Covers the period from Nov. ao, 1876 to Feb. 5, 1877. Opens 
with instructions in full to H. M. Special Ambassador, Sir 
Henry Elliot and contains text of minutes and protocols of 
the conferences held at Constantinople by representatives of 
Turkey, Germany, Austria-Hungary, France, Great Britain, 
Italy and Russia. Certain portions of the correspondence are 
reproduced in British and Foreign State Papers, v. 68, p. 1064 
etseq. 

Turkey. 1877, no. 3. Despatch to Sir 

Henry Elliot, May 25, 1876, respecting the affairs 

of Turkey. London: Harrison dr* Sons [1877J. 
3 1. (Parliamentary Papers, 1877, v. 91.) 

Despatch transmitting substance of Lord Derby's conversa- 
tion with Musunis Pasha relative to H. M. Government in 
regard to propoaalkof the Berlin Conference. 



Turkey. 1877, no. 5. Further corre- 

spondence respecting the affairs of Turkey. Lon* 

don: Harrison 6* Sons [1877]. I 1., 4 p. (Par- 
liamentary Papers, 1877, v. 91). 

Despatch of Acting Consul Freeman of March xi, X876 to 
Lord iDerby on Turkish outrages committed on the north- 
west frontier of Bosnia and the Porte's denial of the sute- 
ments. 

Turkey. 1877. no. 6. Further corres- 
pondence respecting the affairs of Turkey. London\ 
Harrison 6* Sons [1877]. 2 1. (Parliamentary 
Papers, 1877, v. 91.) 

Lord Derby's telegram of Aug. 39, 1876, to Sir Henry Elliot 
instructing him to urge upon the Porte a conciliatory disposi- 
tion. 

Turkey. 1877. no. 7. Return stating the 

names and posts of ail British consuls and vice- 
consuls in Bulgaria and the Balkan district of 
Turkey. 1870-76. Lcndon: Harrison &* Sons 
[1877]. 2I. (Parliamentary Papers, 1877, V. 92.) 

Turkey. 1877, no. 8. Circular of Prince 

Gortcbakow and correspondence respecting the 
Protocol of the affairs of Turkey. London: Har- 
rison 6* ^ns [1877]. I 1., 9 p. (Parliamentary 
Papers, 1877, v. 91.) 

The text of the Circular of Jan. 19, 1877. is given in both 
French and English. The document contains also the French 
and English text of the protocol »igned by the Ambassadors 
of Austria, France, Germany, Great Britain and Russia ib 
London on March 31, 1877, as well as the minutes of the 
meeting of the Ambanadors held at the Foreign Office, L.on- 
don, on the same day. 



protocol, see 



The protocol and minutes are also printed as ** Turkey no. 
0, x877.^' For the answer of the Porte to the 
Turkey no. xs, 1877, p. 348 et seq. 

Turkey. 1877, no. 9. Protocol relative 



to the affairs of Turkey. Signed at London, March 

31, 1877. London: Harrison &* Sons [lS^^], i 1., 

4 p. (Parliamentary Papers, 1877, ▼. 91.) 

Contains, in addition to protocol, the minutes of the meet- 
ing of March 31, 1877; both are also printed in "Turkey 
no. 8, X877." 

Turkey. 1877, no. 12. Despatch from 

the Turkish Government on the Protocol of March 
31, 1877. London: Harrison &* Sons [1877]. 
I I., 8 p. (Parliamentary Papers, 1877, v. 91.) 

Text in full in French and English. 

Turkey. 1877, no. 15. Further correspond- 



ence respecting the affairs of Turkey. London: 
Harrison &* Sons [1877]. xviii, 355 p. (Par- 
liamentary Papers, 1877, v. 91.) 

Covers the period from Dec. x6, 18^6 to April la, 1877. 
Cretan, Servian and Montenegran situation; Turkish oppres- 
sion in Miridicia. On pages 54-56 is the text of the Russian 
Circular of Jan. 19, X877; on pages 59-64 is the text of the 
Porte's remarks on the proceedings of the Constantinople 
Conference; on pages 233-245 is the report of the Turkish 
special commission on the attack on Boyadjik by Shefket 
Pasha and Walter Baring's Memorandum on the Report; on 
page 973 is an account of the opening of the first Turkish 
Parliament on March 19, (sic) i877:* on pai^es 274-275 is the 
French and English text of the Imperial Firman on the con- 
clusion of peace with Servia; on pages 335-338 is a verbatim 
extract of the proceedings in the Turkish Parliament of March 
97, relative to foreign interference in affairs of Turkey; on 
pages 348-355 is the English and French text in full of the 
answer of the Porte to the Protocol signed in London on 
March 31. 1877. ^^^ '**« ***' ^^ **>* protocol, see Turkey 
nos. 8 ana o, 1877. 

* The Sultan's speech on opening the Parliament is printed 
in Turkey 1878 no. i, p. 548 et seq. 

Turkey. 1877, no. 18. (Circular from 

Prince Gortchakow, dated April 19, 1877, and 
reply of Gortchakow to Her Majesty's Govern- 
ment. London: Harrison 6f* Sons [1877]. 1 f., 
4 p. (Parliamentary Papers, 1877, v. 91.) 

French and English text of the Russian Circular announc- 



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UST OF WORKS RELATING TO THE BALKANS 



General JVorks, confd, 

Gt. BU Fwreign Office, cmifd. 

mg that the Emperor of Riutia had given orders to hU 
armies to cross the frontiers of Turkey; also text of Lord 
Derby's despatch of May i, 1877, to H. B. M. Ambassador 
at St. Petersburg, Lord Loftus, on the Gorlchakow Circular. 

Turkey. 1877,110.23. Further correspond- 
ence respecting the affairs of Turkey. London: 
Harrison &* Sons [1877]. i 1., 19 p. (Parlia- 
mentary Papers, 1877, v. 91.) 

Covers the period from June 24 to July ax, 1877; comprises 
larj^ely telegraphic despatches relating to Russian and Bul- 
garian outrages upon Mussulmans. 

Turkey. 1877, no. 24. Further correspond- 
ence respecting the affairs of Turkey. London. ' 
Harrison &* Sons [1877]. i L, 12 p. (Parlia- 
inentary Papers, 1877, v. 91.) 

Covers the period from July 19 to 27, 1877; continues sub- 
stance of Turkey no. 33, 1877. 

Turkey. 1877, no. 26. Further correspond- 
ence respecting the affairs of Turkey. London: 
Harrison 6* Sons [1877]. vit, 156 p. (Parliamen- 
tary Papers, 1877, v. 92.) 

Covers the period from May 14 to June 30, 1877. Opens 
with the French and English text of the law of the Turkish 
parliament authorizing the Porte to proclaim a state of siege 
in Constantinople in case of need. The larger part of the 
document is made up of consular correspondence relating to 
hostilities and atrocities. On pages 20-26 is to be found Count 
Andrassy's note to Count Zichy of May 22, 1877, relating to 
the navigation of the Danube; on pages 85 et seq. there are 
despatches relating to the Roumanian declaration of inde- 
pendence; on p. 96 et seq. a despatch from A. H. Layard to 
Lord Derbv giving an account of the proceedings at a session 
of the Turicish Chamber of Deputies; on p. 123 et seq. the 
French and English text of the encyclical letter of the Patri- 
arch of Constantinople exhorting submission to the Sultan*s 
rule; on p. x^x et sea. the text of the Proclamation of May 7 
to the Bulgarian Nation. 

Turkey. 1878, no. i. Further correspond- 
ence respecting the affairs of Turkey. London: 
Harrison &* Sons [1878]. xxi, 584 p. (Parliamen- 
tary Papers, 1878. v. 8i.) 

Covers the period from June 6 to Dec. 15, 1877. Largely 
confined to consular despatches relating to massacres and 
other atrocities; the Gesboff case: persecution of the Jews 
especially at Kyzanlik; the Rusao-Turkish war and Monte- 
negran hostilities. On pages 12-14 i* ^^^ ^^^t of the Protest 
of May 19, 1877, of the Christian deputies of the Cretan Gen- 
eral Assembly to Samih Pasha, Governor-General of Crete; 
on pages 20-23 is the Memorandum on the relations of Bul- 
garia with the Porte, transmitted by H. B. M. Ambassador 
at Constantinople, A. H. Layard, to Lord Derby; on pages 
45-46 is the message of Prince Charles on closing the Rou- 
manian Legislature; on pages 91-94 is the text of the Address 
by the Opposition in answer to the Speech of Prince Milan on 
opening the Servian Skuptchina in July; on pages ^25-432 are 
detailed reports of excesses towards Christians of the Guegha 
Albanians in the villages of the Salonica districts; on pages 

1^4-450 is the report of the Kaima kam (sub-governor) of 
^ski-Za^hra on the Russian occupation of that town; on paces 
46^-470 IS a detailed despatch from Vice Consul Cooper on the 
state of affairs in north-west Bosnia; on pages 504-519 are the 
notes bv Richard Wood on the reforms introduced and carried 
out in the Ottoman Dominions. The notes were volunteered 
by Mr. Wood, who was, at the time, the oldest British public 
servant in active service, with one exception, in the Ottoman 
dominions. On pages 543-545 is the Sultan's speech of Dec. 
X3. (sic) 1877, on opening the Parliament; * on pages 548-550 is 
the speech of the Austrian Minister of Foreign Affairs, Count 
Andrassy, in repl^ to that of Count Sz^czen in which the for- 
mer's eastern policy was severely criticised. 

* An account of the proceedings on opening the Parliament 
is given in Turkey X877, no. 15, p. 273. 

Turkey. 1878, no. 2. Correspondence re- 
specting overtures for peace. London: Harrison 
6* Sons [1878]. I 1., 16 p. (Parliamentary Papers, 
1878, V. 81.) 

Covers the period from Dec. 12, 1877 'o 1*^' »4* »878. The 
correspondence is largelv that conducted between Lord Derby 
and H. B. M. Ambassadors at St. Petersburg and Consunti- 
nople resp., and the Turkish Ambassador in London. 



Turkey. 1878, no. 3. Further correspond* 

ence respecting the affairs of Turkey. London: 
Harrison 6r' Sons [1878J. i 1., 18 p. (Parliamen* 
tary Papers, 1878, v. 8i.) 

Covers the period from Dec. 13, 1877 to Jan. 38, 1878. Opens 
with the Memorandum communicatea by Lord Derby to Count 
Schouvaloff on Dec. 13, 1877 and the Russian reply to tha 
same. On p. X4 are printed the Russian bases of^ peace as 
communicated by Count Shouvaloff on Jan. as, 1878. 

Turkey. 1878, no. 4. Further correspond- 
ence respecting the affairs of Turkey. Lmdan: 
Harrison 6f Sons [1878]. 2 1. (Parliamentary 
Papers, 1878, v. 81.) 

Telegram from H. B. M. Ambassador in Constantinople to 
Lord Derby that the Porte has directed acceptance of the 
Russian bases of peace. 

Turkey. 1878, no. 5. Further correspond- 
ence respecting the affairs of Turkey. London: 
Harrison &* Sons [1878]. I 1., 4 p. Parliamentary 
Papers, 1878, v. 81.) 

Covera the period from Jan. 35 to 31, X878. Despatches rela- 
tive to movements of Russian forces and to the last article of 
the bases of peace. 

Turkey. 1878, ifo. 6. Further correspond- 
ence respecting the affairs of Turkey. London: 
Harrison 6* Sons\\%']%\, i 1., 2 p. (Parliamentary 
Papers, 1878, v. 81.) 

Covers the period from Jan. 27 to Feb. i, 1878. Relative to 
movements ot Russian forces and peace preliminaries. 

Turkey. 1878, no. 7. Further correspond- 
ence respecting the affairs of Turkey. London: 
Harrison 6* Sons [1878]. I 1., 3 p. (Parliamentary 
Papers, 1878, v. 81.) 

Covers the period from Jan. 31 to Feb. 6, 1878. Relates to 
conclusion of armistice on Feb. 4. 

Turkey. 1878, no. 9. Further correspond- 
ence respecting the affairs of Turkey. London: 
Harrison 6* Sons [1878]. i 1., 3 p. (Parliamentary 
Papers, 1878, v. 81.) 

Contains the texts of the British and Russian memoranda 
of July 1877, exchanged at Bjela, Bulgaria, relative to Russo- 
Turkish peace agreement. 

Turkey. 1878, no. 10. Further correspond- 
ence respecting the affairs of Turkey. London: 
Harrison &* Sons [1878]. I 1. , 6 p. ( Parliamentary 
Papers, 1878, v. 81.) 

Covers the period from Oct. 29, 1877 to Feb. x, 1878. Com- 

E rises correspondence between Ix>rd Derby, Mr. A. H. Layard, 
Light Hon. W. E. Gladstone and Lord Tenterden, and relates 
entirely to the Negropont^-Gladstone incident. 

Turkey. 1878, no. 11. Further correspond- 
ence respecting the affairs of Turkey. London: 
Harrison 6* Sons [1878]. 2 1. (Parliamentary 
Papers, 1878, v. 81.) 

Contains the text of the articles of the armistice concluded 
between Russia, Servia, Roumania and Turkey on Jan. 31, 
1878. 

Turkey. 1878, no. 12. Further correspond- 
ence respecting the affairs of Turkey. London: 
Harrison 6* Sons [1878]. i l.,4 p. (Parliamen- 
tary Papers, 1878, v. 81.) 

Covers the period from Feb. 7 to o, 1878. Despatches relate 
to Russian occupation of Tchatalaja; contains text of peace 
preliminaries signed at Adrianople, Jan. 31, 1878. 

Turkey. 1878, no. 13. Further corespond- 

ence respecting the affairs of Turkey London: 

Harrison &* Sons [1878]. i L, 3 p., 2 maps. 

(Parliamentary Papers, 1878, v. 81.) 

Extracts of despatches of 1876 printed in full in " Turkey 
no. 2, 1877." The extracts here printed are accompanied by 
two maps and relate to the Ignatiew scheme for the division 
of Bulgaria. 



LIST OF WORKS RELATING TO THE BALKANS 



15 



General Works, confd, 

Gt, Bt Foreign Ofice, conftL 

Turkey. 1878,0014. Further correspond- 
ence respecting the affairs of Turkey. London: 
Harrison &* Sons [1878]. I 1., 4 p. (Parliamen- 
tary Papers, 1878. v. 81.) 

Corera the days from Feb. x to 13, 2878, and compriMs cor 
respondence between Lord Derby and Lord Lof tus and Gort- 
chakow and Schouvaloff respecting the decision of H. B. M. 
Government to send a detachment of the British fleet to Con- 
rtantinople. 

Turkey. 1878, no. 15. Further correspond- 
ence respecting the affairs of Turkey. London: 
Harrison &* Sons [1878]. I L, 12 p. (Parliamen- 
tary Papers, 1878, v. 81.) 

Covers the period from June 8 to Aoffnst 3. 1877. Contains 
(he French and English text of a confidential conversation of 
Count Schouvaloff with Lord Derby on June 8, 1877. and two 
long despatches from Mr. Layard to Lord Derby ot June 13 
and 19, 1877, resp., concerning the prospect of the consent by 
the Porte to Russia's terms of peace. 

Turkey. 1878, no. i6. Treaties and other 

documents relating to the Black Sea, the Darda- 
nelles and the Bosphorus: 1835-1877. (Transla- 
tions.) London: Harrison 6* Sons [1878]. It p., 
I 1., 77 (i) p. f*. (Parliamentary Papers, 1878, 
▼. 83.) 

Turkey. 1878,00.17. Further correspond- 
ence respecting the affairs of Turkey. London: 
Harrison 6* Sons [1878]. I 1., 2 p. (Parliamen- 
tary Papers, 1878, v. 81.) 

Despatches of Feb., 1878, concerning Russian assurance not 
to occupy the Asiatic side of the Dardanelles. 

Turkey. 1878. no. 18. Further correspond- 
ence respecting the affairs of Turkey. London: 
Harrison 6* Sons [1878]. I I., 2 p. (Parliamen- 
tary Papers, 1878, v. 81.) 

Mr. Layard to Lord Derby of Feb. 19, 1878, on the Glad- 
fltone-Negroponti correspondence. 

Turkey. 1878, no. 22. Preliminary Treaty 

of Peace between Russia and Turkey. Signed at 
San Stefano, 19. Feb.A. Mar., 1878. London: 
Harrison &* Sons [1878J. I p.l., 17 [i] p., 4 maps. 
£•. (Parliamentary Papers, 1878, v. 83.) 

Turkey. 1878, no. 23. Maps showing the 

new boundaries under the preliminary treaty of 
j>eace between Russia and Turkey. Signed at 
San Stefano iq. Feb.-io. March, 1878. London: 
Harrison &* Sons [1^79], 2 maps fld. f". (Par- 
liamentary Papers, 1878, v. 83.) 

Turkey. 1878, no. 24. Further correspond- 
ence respecting the affairs of Turkey. London: 
Harrison 6* Sons [1878]. I 1., 9 p. (Parliamen- 
tary Papers, 1878, v. 81.) 

Covers the period from Feb. 4 to March 96, 1878, and relates 
to the Austro- Hungarian proposal for the meeting of a Con- 
gress at Berlin to consider questions dealt with in Russo- 
Turkish treaty of peace. Reproduced in British and Foreign 
State Papers, v. 69, pp. 794-806. 

Turkey. 1878, no. 25. Further correspond- 
ence respecting the affairs of Turkey. London: 
Harrison &* Sons [1878]. I 1., 5 p. (Parliamen- 
tary Papers, 1878, v. 81.) 

Text of despatch of the Marquis of Salisbury, Secy, of State 
for Foreign Affairs, to H. M. Embassies, April z, 1878. In- 
structions to explain to the several governments the course 
which H. M. Government proposes to pursue in reference to 
the Russo-Turkish peace preliminaries and to the Congress to 
be held for the examination of the treaty. Reproduced in 
British and Foreign State Papers, v. 69, pp. 807-8x4. 

Turkey. 1878, no. 26. Further correspond- 
ence respecting the affairs of Turkey. London: 



Harrison 6r' Sons [1878]. I 1., 2 p. (Parliamen- 
tary Papers, 1878, t. 81.) 

Despatches cover days from March 13 to April 3, 1878, wa4 
relate to refusal of Russia to allow the question of the cesnon 
of Bessarabia to be made a subject of discussion at the Berlin 
Congress. 

Turkey. 1878, no. 27. Further correspond- 
ence respecting the preliminary treaty of peace 
between Russia and Turkey. Signed at San Stefano, 
19. Feb./3. March, 1878. London: Harrison ^ 
Sons[i%7S], I p.L, 10 p., I 1. I', (Parliamen* 
tary Papers, 1878, t. 83.; 

In continuation of ** Turkey No. 25, 1878." 

French and English text of the Gortchakow note of March 
x8, 1878 o. s. ; reproduced in British and Foreign State Papers, 
V. 69, pp. 8x5-823. 

Turkey. 1878, no. 31. Correspondence 



respecting the objections raised by populations in- 
habiting Turkish Provinces against the territorial 
changes proposed in the preliminary treaty signed 
at San Stefano, 19. Feb. -3. March, 1878. Lon- 
don: Harrison 6* Sons [1878]. 1 p.l., 61 [i] p. 
f". (Parliamentary Papers, 1878, v. 83.) 

Covers the period from March 4 to May 14. 1878. Contains 
text of a petition presented to H. B. M. Ambassador in Con* 
stantinople by representatives of the Mussulman inhabitants 
of the principal districu in Bulgaria and Roumelia occupied by 
the Russian forces. On psge 16 et seq. is the memorandum of 
the President of the Hellenic Syllogus of Constantinople and 
of Epirus resp. On page 4^ Is the Protest of the Greeks of 
Macedonia against annexation to New Bulgaria. 

Turkey. 1878, no. 33. Correspondence 

respecting the Congress at Berlin. London: Har^ 
rison 6* Sons [1878]. 2 1. f*. (ParliamenUry 
Papers, 1878, v. 83.) 

Despatch of June 3, 1878, from the German Ambassador, 
Count Manster, to Lord Salisbury, inviting H. M. Govern- 
ment to take part in the Congress at Berlin and Lord Salis- 
bury's reply. This document is reproduced In British and 
Foreign State Papers, v. 69, pp. 830-83X. 

Turkey. 1878, no. 37. Map showing the 

territory restored to Turkey by the Congress of 
Berlin. London: Harrison S* Sons [1878]. i map 
fid. f". (Parliamentary Papers, 1878, v. 83.) 

Turkey. 1878, no. 38. Despatch from 



the Marquis of Salisbury inclosing a copy of the 
treaty signed at Berlin, July 13, 1878. London: 
Harrison 6f'Sons [1878]. I p.l., 31 [i] p. f". 
(Parliamentary Papers. 1878, v. 83.) 

Turkey. 1878, no. 39. Correspondence 



relating to the Congress at Berlin, with the proto- 
cols of the Congress. London: Harrison &* Sons 
[1878]. I p.l., 282 p. f*". (Parliamentary Papers, 
1878, V. 83.) 

Covers the period from June 6 to July 19, X878. Appoint- 
ment of British Plenipotentiaries to the Congress of Berlin ; 
instructions, and Lord Salisbury's despatches to Mr. Secretarv 
Cross, enclosing summaries of proceedings of the ist-i8in 
meeting of the Congress and the text of protocol 1-20. The 
document contains, without inclosures, 49 despatches. Nos. 
2-4 and 7 are reproduced in British and Foreign State Papers, 
V. 69, pp. 831-84X. 

Turkey. 1878, no. 42. Further correspond- 
ence respecting the affairs of Turkey. London: 
Harrison 6r« Sons [1878]. i 1., ill p. (Parlia- 
mentary Papers, 1878, v. 81.) 

Covers the period from March 4 to July ^ 1878; despatches 
relate to Russo-Bulgarian massacres, especially in Philippopo. 
lis; Mussulman risings, etc. 

Turkey. 1878, no. 44. Treaty between 

Great Britain, Germany, Austria, France, Italy, 
Russia and Turkey for the settlement of affairs in 



i6 



LIST OF WORKS RELATING TO THE BALKANS 



General Works, confd, 
Gt. Bt. Foreign Office, confd, 
the East. Signed at Berlin, July 13. 1878. L4m- 
don: Harrison 6f Sons [1878J. I p.l., 29 [ij p. 
V, (Parliamcntory Papers, 1878, v. 83.) 
Text in full in French and English. 

Turkey. 1878, no. 45. Further corre- 
spondence respecting the affairs of Turkey. Lon- 
don: Harrison 6* Sons [1878J. i 1., 61 p. (Par- 
liamenUry Papers, 1878, v. 81.) 

Covers the period from July a to Aug^ust x, 1878: continues 
in substanee Turkey no. 43, 1878; relates espedaily to Mus- 
sulman Insurgents of Mount Rhodope. 

Turkey. 1878, no. 49. Correspondence 

respecting the proceedings of the International 
Commission sent to the Mount Rhodope District. 
London: Harrison 6* Sons [1878J. I I., 110 p., 
I map. (Parliamentary Papers, 1878, v. 82.) 

Covers the period from July x8 to Sept. 27, 1878. 

Turkey. 1878, no. 50. Further correspon- 
dence respecting the proceedings of the Interna- 
tional Commission sent to the Mount Rhodope 
District. London: Harrison 6f Sons [1878]. 1 1., 
4 p. (Parliamentary Papers, 1878, v. 79.) 

Covers the days from Nov. 9 to 96, 1878, and contains the 
Proc^verbaux of the Rhodope Commission. 

Turkey. 1878, no. 52. Further corre- 
spondence respecting the proceedings of the Inter- 
national Commission sent to the Mount Rhodope 
District. London: Harrison 6* Sons [1878]. 1 1., 
19 p. (Parliamentary Papers, 1878, v. 79.) 

Comprises German and English text of the Austrian Red 
Book of 1878 on the subject of the Rhodope Commission. 
The original is not in the Library. 

Turkey. 1878, no. 53. Further correspon- 
dence respecting the affairs of Turkey. London: 
Harrison 6* Sons [1878]. ix, 224 p. (Parliamen- 
tary Papers, 1878, v. 79.) 

Covers the period from July 18 to Sept. 30, 2878; relates 
largely to disturbances in the afifected region ^wing out of 
dissatisfaction with the territorial distribution under the 
Treaty of Berlin. On pages 74 to 78 are despatches relating 
to organization of resistance in Bosnia to Austrian^ occupa- 
tion and the Austro-Hungarian proclamation to Bosnians and 
Herzegovinians; on page 97 is the text of the Servian declara- 
tion of independence, proclaimed at Belgrade August xo, 
1878, by Prince Milan Obrtfnovitch IV. 

Turkey. 1878. no 54. Further correspond- 
ence respecting the affairs of Turkey. London: 
Harrison &* Sons [1878]. xiit. 303 p. illus. 
(Parliamentary Papers, 1878, v. 79.) 

Covers the period from Sept. 95 to Dec. 9, 1878. 

Turkey. 1880, no. 2. Further correspond- 
ence respecting the European Commissions ap- 
pointed for the demarcation of frontiers under the 
Treaty of Berlin. London: Harrison &* Sons 
[1880]. xviii, 477 p., 2 maps. (Parliamentary 

Fapers, 1880. v. 80.) 

In continuation of Turkey no. a, 1879. Frontiers of Bul- 
garia, Eastern Roumelia, Montenegro and Servia. 

Turkey. 1880, no. 5. Correspondence 

respecting the condition of the Mussulman, Greek, 
and Jewish populations in Eastern Roumelia. Lon- 
don: Harrison 6* Sons [1880]. ix, 311 p. (Par- 
liamentary Papers, 1880, v. 81.) 

Covers the period from June 11, 1879, to March 31, z88o. 

Turkey. 1880, no. 7. Correspondence 

respecting the affairs of Turkey. London: Har- 
rison dr* Soru [1880]. I 1., 12 p. (Parliamentary 

Papers, 1880, v. 81.) 
From April 30 to June x, x88o. Comprises chiefly the re- 



port of Sir A. H. Layard of April 37, 1880, to the Fordgn 
Office on the then state of British relations with the Porte 



and on the actual condition of Turkey; also the report of 

H. B. M. Secy, of the Foreign Office, Lord 

Right Hon. G. J. Goschen. Lord Granville had succeeded 



Granville to the 



(Parliamentary 

Despatch from 
new law for the 
London: Harri" 

(Parliamentary 



Lord Salisbury on April 98, 1880, and in this document are 
his instructions to Kfr. Goschen who had been appointed 
H. M. Special Ambassador to the Porte to succeed Sir A. H. 
Layard. 

Turkey. 1880, no. 9. Despatch from 

Her Majesty's Ambassador at Constantinople, for- 
warding a copy of the identic note addressed to 
the Porte on the nth June, 1880. London: Har^ 
rison &* Sons [1880]. i 1., 3 p. (Parliamentary 
Papers, 1880, v. 81.) 

On non-execution by the Porte of certain articles of the 
Treaty of Berlin; Turco-Greek and Montenegrin frontier. 

Turkey. 1880, no. 10. Report of the 

Commission appointed to inquire into the occur- 
rences in the Kirdjsli district. London: Harri- 
son &* Sons [1880]. I 1., 19 p. (Parliamentary 
Papers, 1880, ▼. 81.) 

Turkey. 1880, no. 14. Despatch from 

Her Majesty's Consul-General at Philippopotis for- 
warding the report of the Aldos commission. Lon^ 
don: Harrison 6^ Sons [iS^]. I 1., 8 p. (Parlia- 
mentary Papers, 1880, v. 81.) 

Turkey. 1880, no. 15. Correspondence 

respecting the new law for the European provinces 
of Turkey. London: Harrison &* Sons [1880]. 
2 pts. iv, 161, iv, 163-292 p. 
Papers, 1880, v. 81.) 

Turkey. 1880, no. 16. 

Lord Fitzmaurice inclosing the 

European provinces of Turkey. 

son «y Sons [1880]. i 1., 36 p. 

Papers, 1880, v. 82.) 

Comprises French text of the 17 titles and 327 articles of 
the law in full. 

Turkey. 1880, no. 17. Despatch from 

Her Majesty's Ambassador at (Constantinople, for- 
warding a copy of the collective note to the Porte 
of Aug. 25, 1880, with respect to the Turco-Greek 
boundary. London: Harrison &* Sons [1880]. 
2 I. (Parliamentary Papers, 1880, t. 82.) 

Turkey. 1880. no. 19. Further corre- 
spondence respecting the affairs of Turkey. Lon^ 
don: Harrison &* Sons [1880]. viii, 156 p. (Par- 
liamentary Papers, 1880, V. 82.) 

From April 26 to Nov. 19, x88o. 

Turkey. 1880, no, 20. Correspondence 

respecting Ottoman loans. London: Harrison &* 
Sons [1880I. vi, 91 p. (Parliamentary Papers, 

1880, V. 82.) 

From June x8, 1878, to July 24, x88o. 

Turkey. 1880, no. 21. Correspondence 

respecting the interest on the imperial Ottoman 

loan of 1855. London: Harrison &* Sons, n. d. 

iv, 25 p. f*. (Pariiamentory Papers, 1880, v. 82.) 

Correspondence covers period from March 20, 1878, to 
Aug. 28, z88o. 

Turkey. 1881, no. 3. Correspondence 

respecting the signature, at Constantinople, of the 
protocol of Sept. 21, 1880. London: Harrison &* 
Sons [[881]. iv, 10 p. (Parliamentary Papers, 

1881, V, 100.) 

Turkey, 1881, no. 4. Correspondence re- 
specting the affairs of Turkey. London: Harrison 
&* Sons [i^Si], viii, 107 p. (Parliamentary Papers, 
1881, V. 100.) 

From Aug. za, x880| to Jan. 34, i88z« Oppression of Mot* 



UST OF WORKS RELATING TO THE BALKANS 



17 



General IVorhs, conftL 

Gu Bt. Foreign Ofice, cont'd. 

ftulmans in Bulgaria; instractions ooncerning Organic Statnte 
for Eastern Roumelia; on pages 68-71^ is the French text of 
the report of the late Permanent Committee transmitting 
regulations for the government of Eastern Roumelia. That 
part of this document relating to the non-fulfillment by Bul- 
garia of art. xi and lii of the Treaty of Berlin, vis., despatches 
«>, 88, 89, 09, rox, xoau 104, 107, 1x3, X14, 137 and 134 is repro- 
duced in British and Foreign State Papers, v. 73, pp. X336- 
1336. 

Turkey, 1881, no. 7. Correspondence re- 
specting the application of the surplus revenue of 
Cyprus. London: Harrison &* Sons, n. d. 8 p. 
(Parliamentary Papers, 188 1, v. 100.) 

Turkey. 1881, no. 8. Reports on the ad- 
ministration of justice in civil, criminal and com- 
mercial courts in the various provinces of the Otto- 
man Empire. London: Harrison fy' Sons [1881]. 
iv, 150 p. (Parliamentary Papers, 1881, v. 100.) 

Turkey. 1882, no. 2. Correspondence re- 
specting the financial affairs of Turkey. London: 
Harrison 6f Sons [1882]. vi, 88 p. (Parliamen- 
tary Papers, 1882, v. 81.) 

In continuation of ** Turkey, noa. 90 and 3X (x88o), and no. 7 
(x88i).*^ From Oct. 3, x88o, to March 7, 1883. Turkish loan. 

Turkey. 1889, no. 3. Further correspond- 
ence respecting affairs in the East. London: 
Harrison &* Sons [1889]. zviii, 401 p. (Parlia- 
mentary Papers, i88q, v. 87.) 

In continuation of "Turkey, no. x (i88g)." 

Covers the period from Dec. x8, 1887 to Aug. 35, 1889. 
Montenegrin raids near Bourgas; Balkanic confederation; 
Russian proposal concerning Bulgaria; disturbances on Mace- 
donian frontier; do. Montenegrin frontier; agrarian rising in 
Roumania; divorce of King Milan of Servia; text in English 
of the Bregovo Arrangement on page 150; rumored intention 
to proclaim Bulgarian independence; Turks and Bulgarians 
in Macedonia; abdication of King Milan, etc., etc. This 
document contains, without enclosures, 6xx despatches. Of 
these nos. 38-30, 33, 40-42, 46-471 5o-5i» 53-54* 56-58* 60-63, 
64, 60-70, 73« 79t oil 83, 85 and 93 are reproduced in British 
and Foreign State Papers, v. 79, p. 441 et seq. 

. Turkey. 1 891, no. 2. Further correspond- 
ence respecting affairs in the East. London: 
Harrison ^ Sons [1891]. vi. 95 p. (Parliamen- 
tary Papers, 1 890-1, v. q6.) 

In continuation of Turkey, no. 3(1889). 

Covers the period from Aug. 36, 1889, to June 98,1890. 
Bulgarian Loan; Montenegrin emigration to Servia; cost of 
Russian militarv occupation; Major Fanitza*s conspiracy, etc. 

This entire document is reproduced in British and Foreign 
State Papers, v. 83, pp. xo33-xi38. 

Turkey. 1891, no, 3. Further correspond- 
ence respecting affairs in the East. London: Harri- 
son ^ Sons [1 891]. vi, 88 p. (Parliamentary 

Papers, 1891, v, 96.) 

In continuation of Turkey no. 3, 189X. 

Turko-Montenegrin frontier; ecclesiastical question in 
Macedonia; dispute between Porte and (Ecumenical Patri- 
archate. On page 45 et seq. is a summary by Arthur Peel of 
series of twelve letters sent by the publicist Tatishcheff to the 
'* Novoe Vremya." 



Turkey. 1891, no. 6. Further correspond- 
ence respecting affairs in the East. London: Harri- 
son 6^ Sons [1891]. V, 54 p. (Parliamentary 

Papers, 1891, v. 96.) 

In continuation of Turkey no. 3, 1891. 

From Jan. x to June 33, xSox. Uispute between Porte and 
(Ecumenical Patriarchate; Serbo-Bulgarian frontier; Dul- 
cigno frontier; Beltcheff assassination; expulsion of ex-Queen 
Nathalie of Servia. This entire document is reproduced in 
British aad Foreign State Papers, v. 84, pp. 740-8x7. 

Turkey. 1903, no. i. Correspondence re- 
specting the affairs of South-Eastern Europe. Lon- 
don: Harrison 6* Sons [1903]. xix, 291 p., I diag. 
(Parliamentary Papers, 1903, v. 87.) 

From Dec. 31, 1900, to Jan. 6, 1903. Chiefly Macedonia. 



Turkey. 1903, no. 2. Further correspond- 
ence respecting the affairs of South-Eastern Eu- 
rope ( Reforms in the administration of the vilayete 
of Salonica. Monastir and Kossovo). London : 
Harrison &* Sons [1903]. i 1., 5 p. (Parliamen- 
tary Papers, 1903, v. 87.) 

Turkey. 1903, no. 3. Further correspond- 
ence respecting the affairs of South-Eastern En- 
rope. London: Harrison &* Sons [1903J. t, 96 p. 
(Parliamentary Papers, 1903, v. 87.) 

From Dec. 39, 1903, to March xs, 1903. Reform schemes, 
laigely Macedonian. 

Turkey. 1904, no. 4. Further correspond- 
ence respecting the affairs of South-Eastern En- 
rope. London: Harrison &* Sons [1904]. xvl, 
221 p. (Parliamentary Papers, 1904, v. 103.) 

In continuation of " Turkey no. 3 (x904).*^ From Dec. 15, 
2903, to Aug. 6, 1904. 

Turkey. 1905, no. 2. Further correspond- 
ence respecting the affairs of South-Eastern Eu- 
rope. London: Harrison df* Sons [1905]. xi, 
123 p. (Parliamentary Papers, 1905, v. 103.) 

In continuation of ** Turkey no. 4, (1904).^^ From Aug. 16, 
X904, to Jan. 16, 1905. 

Turkey. 1906. no. i. Further correspond- 
ence respecting the affairs of South-Eastern Eu- 
rope. London : Harrison &* Sons [1906]. xii, 
153 P* (Parliamentary Papers, 1906, v. 137.) 

In continuation of " Turkey no. 3 (xgos).'^ From Jnna 

Turkey. 1907, no. i. Further correspond- 
ence respecting the affairs of South-Eastern Eu- 
rope. London: Harrison ^ Sons [1907]. xiv, 
215 p. (Parliamentary Papers, 1907, v. 100.) 

In continuation of *^ Turkey qo. x (X906)." From Dec. 37, 
X905, to March 3, 1907. 

Oref^ory (Daniel Seelye). The crime of 
Christendom; or, The eastern question, from its 
origin to the present time. AVw York: The Ab^ 
bey Press [cop. 1900]. vi, (i) iv-v, 2 I., 330 p., 
3 maps, I port. 8**. 

Orenier (Pierre). La peninsule des Balkans. 
(Grande Rev. n. s., v. 41, pp. 139-147, 263-270, 
379-389. 488-497. 607-623. Paris, 1907.) 

Orejr (3. tarl\ Henry Gsok.ge Grey. Speech 
in the House of Lords, on Friday, the 25th of 
May, on the negotiations at Vienna. London: 
Ward 6* Co,, 1855. 39 p. 8". 

Oroeker (Henry G.) The situation in south- 
eastern Europe. An address delivered at the 
Seventh annual meeting of the Society of Ameri- 
can Wars, Commandery of the District of Colum- 
bia, held at Washington, April 30, 1909. Wash- 
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Oraebler (Karl). Muhammedanismus, Pan- 
slavismus und Byzantismus. Leipzig, 1877. 8*. 

Griinberff (Karl). Die handelspolitischen 
Beziehungen Osterreich-Ungams zu RumSnien, 
Serbien und Bulgarien. (Verein f. Social politik. 
Schriften, no, 93, pp. 103-148. Leipzig, 1901.) 

In ** Beitrilge zur nenesten Handelspolitik Oesterreichs.^' 

Guerre (La) d'Orient, ses causes et ses con- 
sequences, par un habitant de T Europe continen- 
tale. Bruxelles: A, Labrone 6* Co,, 1854. 170 p. 
8». 

CKirowski (Adam G. de). The Turkish ques- 
tion. New York: W, Taylor^ Co,, 1854. 43 p. 
I2'. 



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LIST OF WORKS RELATING TO THE BALKANS 



General Works, confd» 

Haardt von Hartenthurn (Vincenz). Die Kar- 
tographie der Balkan-Halbinsel in xix Jahrhnn- 
derte. (Mittheil. d. kais. a. k5n. militHr-geos;. Inst. 
V. 21, pp. 136-300; V. 22, pp. 155-489. Wien^ 
1902-03.) 

Hafl^en (Fr. von). Gescbichte der orientalis- 
chen Frage, 1 774-1 877, vom politischmiiitarischen 
Stand punktbearbcitet. Frankfurta, M.^iZ'Ji. 8". 

Hahn (Johann Georg von). Ein Schreiben des 
Herrn Generalconsuls von Hahn; ddo. Salonikam 
16. December, 1858. (Kais. Akad. d. Wissensch. 
Philos.-Hist. CI. Sitzungsb. Bd. 29, pp. 292-301. 
Wien, 1859. 8^ 

Haklujrt (Richard). The antiquity of the trade 
with English ships into the Levant. (In: An 
English garner, [v. 5.] Voyages and travels, v. 2. 
Westminster^ 1903. 8*. pp. 181-185.) 

Repr. of his: Voyages. 1599. 

Handelspolitik (Die) der Balkanstaaten . . . 
Spaniens und Frankreichs in den letzten Jahrzehn- 
ten. Berichte and Gutachten verttffentlicht von 
Verein fUr Socialpolitik. Leipzig: Duncker b^ 
Humbht^ 1892. viii, 208 p. 8°. (Verein fttr So- 
cialpolitik. Schriften. [v.] 51. Die Handelspolitik 
der wichtigeren Kulturstaaten. . . Bd. 3.) 

Heerwesen der Balkanstaaten. Wien: Z. W, 
Seidel &* Sohn, iqo^. 2 p.l., 88 p. illus. 4°. 
Repr: Streffleun Militariscbe Zeitachrift, 1909. 

Henderson (Percy E.) A British officer in 
the Balkans: the|accoi]nt of a journey through DaU 
matia, Montenegro, Turkey in Austria, Magyar- 
land, Bosnia and Hercegovina. By Maj. P. E. 
Henderson (' ' Selim "). . . London: Seeley and Co,, 
1909. 301 (i) p., I map, 32 pi. 8^. 

Henry (Ren^). L'Autriche vers Salonique. 
(Questions diplomat, et coloniales. Paris^ 1908. 8*". 
▼. 25, pp. 309-325.) 

Mac^doine et Balkan. (Questions diplomat. 

A coloniales. Paris, 1907. 8**. v. 24, pp. 809-824.) 

Des monts de Boh em e au golfe Persique. 

Avec preface de M. Anatole Leroy-Beaulieu. Paris: 

Plon-Nourrit 6f* Cie., 1908. 2 p.l., xxii, 566 p., 

I 1., 5 maps. 12°. 
Half-title reads: Sur lea routes du " Drang '*. 

Les Slaves du Sud dans le drame d'Orient. 

(Questions diplomat, et coloniales. Paris, 1908. 
8". V. 26, pp. 541-552, 620-626.) 

Herbert (Frederick William von). By-paths 
in the Balkans. By W. V. Herbert. London: Chap- 
man &* Hall, Ltd., 1906. xiii, 269 p., i pi. 8**. 

Hertslet {Sir Edward). The map of Europe 
by treaty ; showing the various political and terri- 
torial changes which have taken place since the 
general peace of 18 14. With numerous maps and 
notes. Vol. 4. 1875-1891. London, 1891. xxvi, 
2401-3380 p. 8**. 

This volume is almost entirely composed of documents re- 
lating to events culminating in the Treaty of Berlin, and the 
subsequent Turco-Montenegrin and Turco-Greek boundary 
agreements. 

Hesse- WarteiTff (Ernst von). Mazedonien, 
Serbien und Montenegro. (Frankfurter Zeitge- 
m&sse BroschUren. Hamm, 1909. 8°. v. 29, 
pp. 89-120.) 

Hejrd (Wilhelm). Geschichte des Levantehan- 
dels im Mittelalter. Stuttgart, 1879. 2 t. 8°. 



Holland (Thomas Erskine). The European 
concert in the Eastern question: a collection oi 
treaties and other public acts . . . Oxford: Claren" 
don Press, 1885. xii, 366 p. 8°. 

Honioir (Ed.) Par les routes nouvelles & 
Touest de la Bosnie. (Soc. roy. beige de g^og. 
Bull. V. 22, pp. 467-491. Bruxelles, 1898.) 

How the good ship British Empire was steered 
through the Eastern straits. By Textor. London, 
n. d. 26 p. 8 . 

Howard-Flanders (William). Balkania : a 
short history of the Balkan states. London: E. 
Stock, 1909. xii, 99(1) p., I map. I2^ 

Hnlme-Beaman (A. G.) Twenty years in 
the Near East. London: Methuen 6r* Co,, 1898. 
viii, 316 p., I port. 8*. 

IlkoT (D.) Ekskurziya do ozerata na Rima, 
(Sbornik za Narodni Umotvoreniya, Nauka i Knizh- 
nina. v. xiv, pp. 226-283. Sofia, 1897.) 

** Inquirer/* Austria's next move in the Bal- 
kans? (National Rev. London, iqiQ%, V, v. 51, 
pp. 890-896.) 

Irechek (K.) Khristiyanskiya element v topo- 
graficheskata nomenklatura na Balkanskitye zemi. 
(Periodichesko spisanie na bolgarskoto knizhovno 
druzhestvo v Sryedetz. v. 55-56, pp. 223-265. 
Sryedett, 1896.) 

Italy* — Afinistro degli Affari Esteri, Docu- 
menti diplomatic! [Sess. 1876-77] concementi gli 
affari d'Oriente, presentati dal ministro degli affari 
esteri (Melegari) nelia tornata del 3 marzo 1877. 
\Roma: Tip, Eredi Botta, 1877.] xvi, 655 p. f*. 

Document! diplomatic! [Sess. 1878-79]: 

il trattatodi Berlino del 13 juglio, 1878, presentati 
alia camera dal ministro degli affari esteri (Cairoli). 
Roma,\^%o, 172 p. 4. (Raccolta degli atti par- 
lamentari. Sess. 1878-79. Cam. Doc. v. 2.) 

Document! diplomatic! [Sess. 1878-79]: 

affari d'Oriente presentati alia camera dal ministro 
degli affari esteri (Cairoli, reggente), Junio 21, 1878. 
Roma, 1880. vi, 677 p. (Raccolta degli atti par- 
lamentari. Sess. 1878-79. Cam. Doc. v. i.) 

Document! diplomatic! [Sess. 1880-81]: 

I. Ratifica del trattato di Berlino— 2. Trattatodi 
pace russo-ottomano — 3. Riforme in Turchia — 4. 
Finanze ottomane — 5. Ordinamento della Bulgaria 
— 6. Ordinamento della Rumelia Orientale. presen- 
tati alia camera dal ministro degli affari esteri 
(Cairoli). Roma,\^Zo. 1023, xxx p. 4*". (Raccolta 
degli atti parlamentari. Sess. 1880-81. Cam. Doc 

V. I.) 

Document! diplomatic! [Sess. 1880-81]: 

present! alia camera dal ministro degli affari esteri 
(Mancini) con lettera alia Presidenza in data del 15 
settembre 1881. Questione Turco-Ellenica (t88i). 
[Roma: Tip. Eredi Botta, 1881.] xii, 353 p. f*. 

Document! diplomatic! [Sess. 1882-86]: 

questione Turco-Ellenica, presentati alia camera 
dal ministro degli affari esteri (Mancini). Roma, 
1886. (Raccolta degli atti parlamentari. Sess. 
1882-86. Cam. Doc. v. i.) 

J* (B.) La crise balkanique et la Turquie con- 
st! tutionnelle. illus. (Tour du monde. A travers 
Ic monde. Paris, 1908. f*. n. s., v. 14, p. 353- 
356.) 



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General Works, confd. 

Jenkins (John Edward). The Rasso-Turkish 
war. Janus; or. The double-faced ministry. Lon^ 
dan: W, Mullan 6* Son, 1877. 62 p. 8*. 

The shadow on the cross: an address on 

the present crisis of the Turkish question. London: 
R, Mullan 6* Co,, 1876. 31 p. i6\ 

London: R, Mullan, 1876. 39 p. S*. 

Jirecek (Constantin). Das christUche Ele- 
ment in der topographischen Nomenclatur der 
Balkanl&nder. (Kais. Akad. der Wissensch. Philos.- 
Hist. CI. Sitzungsb. Bd. 136, Abh. 11, 98 p. 
Wien, 1897. 8°.) 

Die Heerstrasse von Belgrad nach Con- 

stantinopel und die Balken-passe. Prag, 1877. 8°. 

Joel (J. Edmondson). The Berlin treaty ex- 
amined in the light of 1898. (Westminster Rev. 
London, 1898. 8*. v. 149, pp. 521-534.) 

Johnstone (Henry Alexander Munro Butler). 
The Eastern question. [Oxford: J. Parker ^ 
Co.\ 1875. I p.l., 50 p. 8". 

Repr.: Pall Mall Gazette. 

The Turks: their character, manners, and 

institutions, as bearing on the Eastern question. 
Oxford: /. Parker ^ Co., 1876. 48 p. 8°. 

Repr.: Fall Mall Gaxette. 

Jottin^^s during a tour in the East. [London, 
187-.] 79 p. "'. 

JovanoTieh (M. R.) The future of the Bal- 
kans. (Fortnightly Rev. London, 1909. 8*. v. 91 
(n. s., v. 85), pp. 1040-1058.) 

Ja§^slavensk» Akademija u Zagrebu. Mon- 
nmenta historico-juridica Slavorum meridionalium. 
Sumptibus Academise scientiarum et artium Slavo- 
rum meridionalium. v. 1-3, 6, 9. Zagrabics, 1877- 
1904. S"*. 

Monumenta spectantia historiam Slavorum 

meridionalium edidit Academia scientiarum et ar- 
tium Slavorum meridionalium. v. 1-18, 29 (1868- 
87, 97). Zagrabiai, 1868-97. 8**. 

K411»y (Beni). Die Orientpolitik Russlands. 
Von Benjamin von Kallay . . . Aus dem Ungarischen 
von J. H. Sch wicker. Budapest: W. Lauffer, 
1878. 2 p.l.. 124 p. 8'. 

Kanits (August), Paul and K. Ascherson. 
Catalogus cormophytorum et anthophytorum Ser- 
biae, Bosniae, Hercegovinae, Montis Scodri, Al- 
baniae hucusque cognitorum. Claudiopoli, 1877. 8°. 

Kanits (Felix Philipp). Donau-Bulgarien und 
der Balkan; hist.-geog.-ethnog. Reisestudien aus 
den Jahren 1 860-1879. Leipzig, 1877-79. 3 v. 
il. pi. maps. 4°. 

X. volume is of second edition. 

Leipzig: Gebhardijs' Wilisch, 1882. 

3 v. in I. 2. ed. 4". 

Kasasis (N^ocl^s). Grecs et Bulgares au dix- 
neuvi^me et au vingti^me si^cles. Paris: P.-V, 
Stock, 1907. 82 p., I 1. 8'. 

Kinnear (John Boyd). The mind of England 
on the Eastern question. What England thinks, 
what England wishes, what England can do. Lon- 
don: Ckapman and /fall [i%7j], 33 p. 8". 

Kispatie (Miso). Osamnajsto potresno izvjesce 
za godinu 1900. uz dodatak za god. 1838., 1849., 



1850., 1893., 1896., 1897., 1898 i 1899. (Jugtf'- 
slavenska Akademija znanosti i umjetnosti. Rad. 
U Zagrebu, 1901. 8". Knjiga 147, p. 192-247.) 

KonstantinoT (Khr. P.) Kraishcheto. Babek 
V Rodopskitve planini. (Sbornik za Narodnl 
Umotvoreniya, Nauka i Knizhnina. v. 9, p. 716- 
731, So^a, 1893.) 

Kranss (F. S.) Sitte and Branch der Sad- 

slaven fTi^, 1885. 8°. (Anthropologische 

Gesellschaft.) 

L. (H.) Zur orientalischen Frage; oder, Soil 
die sozialistische Arbeiter-Partei tttrkisch werden? 
Ein Mahnwort an die deutsche Sozial-demokratie' 
Zurich: Volksbuchhandlung, 1 878. 85 p. 12°. 

L. (R. A.) Old Nabob Pickles, the naughty 
Turk, and his little slave, Selina Serbia. Canter- 
bury: East Kent Newspaper and Printing Co., 
1876. 14 p. 16°. 

Lafreri (Ant.) GeograBa. Tavole moderne 

di geogra6a de la maggior parte del mondo di di- 

versi avtori raccolte et messe secondo Tordine. . . 

in Roma. Roma[lS^2'i'] C 

PI. 36. Bulgaria, Walachia, Romania. PI. 4a. Dalmatia et 
Croatia. PI. 56. Descriptio pugna naualis Inter Christianos 
et Tarcas. PI. 58. Morea olim Peloponnesna. PI. 59 & 60. 
Creta et Cyprus. PI. 61. Rodot. PI. 6a & 63. Nomena an- 
tiqua et recentia Gredae. PI. 100. Fortexsa di Soppoto. PI. 
X03. Costantinopoli. 

Lamonche (Leon). Les arme^s de la p^nin- 
sule balkanique. Paris: R. Chapelot &* Cie., 19OX. 
35 p. 8'. 

Lamy (£tienne). La France du Levant. (Rev. 
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Larroiiniet(G.) La France en Orient. (Soc. 
normande de Geog. Bull. 1898. Rouen, 1898. 
8**. Annee 20, pp. 109-128.) 

Laonay (L. de). La formation charbonneuse 
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Laveleye (E. L. V. de). The Balkan penin- 
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for the English public by the author, with an in- 
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London: T. Fisher Unwin, 1887. xxvi, 384 p., 
I map. 8°. 

Die Balkanlander. Ins Deutsche Ubertra- 

gen von E. Jacobi. Band I. Leipzig: C. Reissner, 
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Law (H.) The situation in the Balkans. (In- 
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Lay (Felix), Editor. See Ornamenti jugos- 
lovenske domace i umjetne obrtnosti sabrao i izdao 
Srecko Lay u Zagrebu. 

Lay (Srecko), editor. 5lr^ Ornamenti jugos- 
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Srecko Lay. 

Leonov (R.) Documents secrets de la poli- 
tique russe en Orient, 1 88 1-1890. D'apr^s le livre 
russe paru k Sofia sous le titre ' * Les f ends d'occu- 
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Leroy-Beanlien (Anatole). Les slaves de 
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pp. 265-284, 369-380.) 



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LIST OF WORKS RELATING TO THE BALKANS 



General Works, confd, 

Levidis (S. M.) Le role des grandes pais- 
sances en Bulgarie et en Roumelie Orientale. (Rev. 
polit. & parlemcntaire. ▼. 50, pp. 79-97. Paris, 
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Liebknecht (W.) Zur orientalischen Fragc; 
Oder, Soil Earopa Kosackisch werden ? Ein Mahn- 
wort an das deutsche Volk. Leipzig: H. E, Hdhme 
[187-]. 46 p. la'. 

Leipzig: R. E, Hdhme [1878]. 64 p. 

2. ed. 12". 

Die Orientdebatte im deutachen Reichstag 

(vollstandig nach dem amtlichen stenoeraphischen 
Berichi). Leipzig: R. E. Ho Ame[iS7'7], viii, 71 p. 
12*. 

Lion (The) of England and the Turkish wolf; 
or, Jacob's Children historically traced from the 
prophetical symbols of Jacob and Moses. By an 
Anglo-Saxon. London: W, H Guest, 1878. 82 p. 

liable (Simeon). Commissiones et relationes 
Venetse. CoUegit et digcssit S. Ljubic. Zagrabia: 
Sumptibus Academice Scientiarum et Artium, 
1876-80. 3 V. 8'. (In: Jugoslavenska Akademija a 
Zagrebu. Monumenta spectantia historiam Slavo- 
Tum meridionalium. v. 6, 8 & 11.) 

Listine o odnosajih izmedju juznoga sla- 

-venstva i Mletacke repoblike skupio Sime Ljubic. 

Kn jiga 1-8. od godine 960 do 1424. U Zagrebu: 
F. Zupan, 1868-86. 8 v. 8*. (In: Jugoslavenska 
Akademija u Zagrebu. Monumenta spectantia 
liistoriam Slavorum meridionalium. v. 1-5, 9, 12, 
17.) 

Rukoviet jugoslavenskih listina. (Jugo- 
slavenska Akademija znanosti i nmjetnosti. Starine. 
U Zabregu, 1878. 8". Knjiga 10, pp. 1-43.) 

liod^^e (Sir Oliver Joseph). Macedonia; or, 
The problem of the Near East; the substance of 
an explanatory address. . .9th of October, 1903. 
Birmingham: Cornish Brothers, 1903. 16 p., 
I map. 8°. 

Loeb (Isidore). La situation des Israelites en 
Turquie, en Serbie et en Roumanie. Paris ^ 1877. 
S*. 

Loisean (Charles). Le balkan slave et la 
crise autrichienne. Paris: Perrin et Cie., 1898. 
2p.l.,376p. 12*. 

Les chemins de fer du Balkan occidental. 

I map. (Rev. de Paris. 1901, v. 3, pp. 214-224. 
Paris, 1 90 1.) 

lion^^ (James). The Eastern question in its 
Anglo-Indian aspect. . . London: East India Asso- 
ciation, 1877. i 1., 23 p. 8*. 

The position of Turkey in relation to Brit- 
ish interests in India. A paper read before the 
East India Association ... December 21, 1875. 
London: East India Assoc,, l%^t, 20 p. 8°. 

^ L^de (Lionel William), and A. F. Mockler- 
Ferrvman. a military geography of the Balkan 
peninsula. London: A, ds* C. Black, 1905. xi, 
203 p., 6 maps. 12". (Black's military geography. \ 

Lyndhnrst (i. baron), John Singleton 
Copley, and George William Frederick Vil- 
LiERS Clarendon (4. earl). The substance of Lord 



Lyndhurst's speech, delivered in the House of 
Lords, March 20, 1855, on the position and policy 
of Prussia; with the reply of the Earl of Clarendon. 
London: Smith, Elder 6r* G?., 1855. 22 p. 8'. 

lijiidskaiiov (A. K.) Dunavski vopros. 
(Periodichesko spisanie na bolgarskoto knizhovno 
druzhestvo v Sryedetz. v. 13, pp. 1-30; v. 14, 
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Kapitulatziitye. (Periodichesko spisanie 

na bolgarskoto knizhovno druzhestvo v Sryedetz. 
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MaeColl (Malcolm). The Eastern qaestion, 
its facts and fallacies. London, 1877. map. 8*. 

The Sultan and the powers. London: 

Longmans, Green 6f Co,, 1896, xvi, 308 p. 8*. 

MaeOaJuui (J. A.) The Turkish atrocities in 
Bulgaria. Letters of the special commissioner of 
the *• Daily News." J. A. MacGahan, Esq. With 
an introduction and Mr. Schuyler's preliminary re- 
port. London: Bradbury, Agnew &* Co., 1876. 
vii, 9-94 p. 8". 

M»eh (Richard von). Beitrige zur Ethno- 
graphie der Balkanhalbinsel. Map. (Petermanns 
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Maekensie (Georgiana Mary Mnir), after- 
wards Lady Sebright, and A. P. Irby. Travels 
in the Slavonic provinces of Turkey-in-Europe. 
With. . .illus. by F. Kanitz. London: A. Strahan, 
1866. 2 p.l., (i) vi-xzxii, 687 (i) p., 3 maps, 19 pi. 
8*. 

M»icaii (Jean-Constantin). * La question da 
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8* (University de Paris. Faculte de droit) 

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Marin (Paul). Autour des d^ponilles de Tem- 
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General FFarks, confd, 

Patovanja po Balkanskom poluotoku xvi. 

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Callan (Hugh). The Near East. (Scottish 

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Miscellanea historica et critica. [Comment 
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and to the political situation known as the Eastern 



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Modem (The) inquisition; a parody on the 
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M. IsTolsky and Count von Aehrenthal: a 
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Montai^ (Robert), Lord, Foreign policy: 
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Mot (Un) sur Torient ^ Toccasion dn futnr con- 
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Mnsonl (Francesco). II nome della penisola 
Balcanica. (Atti d. Accad. di Udine. Anno 1903- 
'04. ser. 3, V. IX, pp. 199-210. Udine, 1904.) 

Nastitseh (Georg). Wo ist die Wahrheit? 
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General Works, confd, 

Oestreieh (Karl). Die Geschicbte der Kartog- 
raphie der sOdostenropftischen Halbinsel. (Geog. 
Ztschr. Jahrg. lo, pp. 158-165. Leipzig^ 1904.) 

OscAr II9 king of Sweden and Norway, t)euz 
d^troits. Quelques reflexions sur la phase actuelle 
de la Question d'Orient. Stockholm: P. A, Nor- 
stedt &* Soner, 1879. « P-1-. 125 p. 8". 

Oostersche (De) kwestie voor Nederland en 
zijne kolonien. 'x Gravenhage: D, G, Molenkamp, 
1855. 16 p. I2^ 

-Om»nieiite sudslavischer nationaler Haus und 
Kunst-Industrie. See Omamenti jugoslovenske 
domace i umjetne obrtnosti sabrao i izdao Srecko 
Lay u Zagrebu. 

Ornameiiti jugoslovenske domace i umjetne 
obrtnosti sabrao i izdao Srecko Lay u Zagrebu. 
Agram: Selbstverlag des Herausgebers [pref. 1875]. 
176 pi. in 20 pts. r. 

Title also in German: Ornamente stidslavischer nationaler 
Haus und Kunst-Industrie, gesammelt und herausgegeben 
von Felix Lay in Agram. Also in French: Ornaments des 
arts et metiers des Slaves du sud. 

Lithographed by Stockinger & Monack, Vienna. 

Ornaments des arts et metiers des Slaves du 
sud. See Ornamenii jugoslovenske domace i 
umjetne obrtnosti sabrao i izdao Srecko Lay u 
Zagrebu. 

On^^ht England to go to war with Russia? 
If. /.-/. [London: /d, Barrett, 188-?] 4 p. 8'. 

Paeilleas, pseud. One word for Russia, and 
two for ourselves. London: J, Murray, 1853. 
14 p. 8'. 

Palfi^rave (W. G.) Essays on eastern ques- 
tions. London, 1872. 8°. 

Panslavism in the Near East. (Edinb. Rev. 
v. 197, pp. 86-116. London, 1903.) 

Papanieolas (G. D.) Russian Turkey; or, 
A" Greek empire the inevitable solution of the 
'* Eastern Question." A letter to... Lord John 
Russell, as the Ministerial Leader of the House of 
Commons. Tufndon: Saunders &* Stanford, 1853. 
65 p. 8^ 

Pembroke (13. earl), George Robert Char- 
les Herbert. [Speech in the] House of Lords, 
Thursday, January 31, 1878. To ask whether it is 
the intention of Her Majesty's Government, in the 
coming negotiations, to insist on adequate meas- 
ures being taken for the security of the lives and 
property of the Mussulman population of Euro- 
pean Turkey. London: pr, at iVilion, by G, A. 
Cholke [1878]. 8 p. sm. 8**. 

Penck (Albrecht). Die Eiszeit auf der fialkan- 
halbinsel. (Globus, v. 78, pp. 133-136. Braun- 
schweig^ 1900.) 

Penecke (Karl Alphons). Marine Tertiar- 
Fossilien aus Nordgriechenland und dessen tUrk- 
ischen GrenzlSndern. (Kais. Akad. d. Wissensch. 
Math.-naturwissensch. CI. Denkschr. Bd. 64, 
pp. 41-66. 3 pi. Wien, 1897. f**. 

P^ritch (Jivoin). Le traite de Berlin et la 
question de la nationality par rapport ^ la princi- 
paute de Serbie. (Rev. gen. de droit internat. 
pub. annee 7, pp. 181-214. Paris, 1900.) 

Perris (George Herbert). The eastern crisis 
of 1897 and British policy in the Near East. With | 



a poem by W. Watson... London: Chapman 6* 
Hall, 1897. xii, 287 p., I map. 12^. 

Petantsi (Felix). Dissertatio de itineribus 
aggrediendi Turcam ad Vladislaum Hungarise, et 
Bohemise regem. (In: Scriptores rerum Hungari- 
carum veteres, acgenuini. . . Vindobonce, 1746-48 
V. I. pp. 867-873.) 

Peter I» the Great, emperor of Russia, Peter 
the Great's last will and testament: and Russian 
versus Bulgarian ** atrocities." Southsea: Mills 
6* Sons [1876]. I p.l., 17 p. 12*. 

Petri (Karl). Revision der mittel- und west- 
europftischen Arten der Gattung Plinthus Germ. 
(Bosnisch-Hercegovinisches Landesmuseum in Sar- 
ajevo. Wissenschaftl. Mittheil. aus Bosnien u. d. 
Hercegovina. Wien, 1896. 4". v. 4, pp. 560-582.) 

Pinon (Ren^). La crise balkanique. Chemins 
de fer et r^formes. (Rev. d. deux mondes. Paris, 
1908. 8**. (p^r. 5, v. 45, pp. 143-176.) 

L'Europeetl'empire ottoman. Les aspects 

actuels de la question d'Orient. Paris: Perrin et 
Cie„ 1908. 4 p.l., (I) viii-xi, 603 p., 2 maps. 8". 

L'evolution de la question d'Orient depuis 

le Congris de Berlin (i 875-1906). (Rev. des deux 
mondes. Ann^e 76, v. 195 (per. i v. 35), pp. 278- 
316. Paris, 1906.) 

La Mer-Noire et la question des d^troits k 

propos de I'incident du Potemkine. (Rev. d. deux 
mondes. v. 189 (per. 5, v. 29), pp. 800-823. 
Paris, 1965.) 

A travers la peninsule des Balkans. (Soc. 

normande de g^og. Bull, ann^ 29, pp. 51-69. 
Rouen, 1907.) 

Ponsonby (i. viscount), John Ponsonby. 
Private letters on the Eastern question, written at 
the dates thereon, by Viscount Ponsonby. Brighton r 
R. Folthorp, 1854. 26 p., I 1. 8*. 

Qaestion (The) : Is Mr. Urquhart a Tory or a 
Radical? Answered by his Constitution for the 
Danubian principalities. Sheffield: /. Ironside, 
1856. 12 p. nar. X2°. 

Qnadmple (The) Treaty. London: J, Ridg- 
way 6* Sons, 1835. (2) 20 p. 4*. (From the 
British and Foreign Review; or, European Quar- 
terly Journal. No. i.) 

R. La Turquie ou la Gr^ce; pour faire suite k 
la brochure intitulee: ** La solution de la question 
d'orient." Paris: E, Dentu, i^t-j, 84 p. 8°. 

Radnlowits (Milorad W.) *Die Hauskom- 
munion der Sadslaven . . . Heidelberg: A, Sicbert, 
1891. 41 (i)p., I 1. 8**. 

Ranke (F. L. von). Verflechtung der ori- 
entalischen und der occidentalischen Angelegen- 
heiten. 1 839-1 841. (In his: Sammtliche Werke. 
Leipzig, 1879. 8". v. 44, pp. 329-370.) 

Rankin (Henry 'William). Political values of 
the American missionary. (Amer. Jour. Sociol. 
V. 13, pp. 145-182. Chicago, 1907.) 

RattoB (Dionyse). Constantinople ville libre. 
Solution de la question d'Orient. Paris: E, Dentu, 
i860. 48 p. 8^ 

Recneil de poemes historiques en grec vulgare 
relatifs 4 la Turquie et' aux principautes danubi- 
ennes; publics, traduits et annotes par £m. Le- 
grand. (Paris, fecole Lang. Orient. Viv. Pub., 
no. 5.) Paris, 1877. 8**. 



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General fForh, confd, 

Reich (Emil). The crisis in the Near East. 
The Austro- Hungarian case. (Nineteenth Cen- 
tury and After. London^ 1908. 8*. v. 64, p. 
705-718.) 

Reiser (Othmar) Materialen zu einer Omis 
balcanica. (Bosnisch-Hercegovinisches Landes- 
museum in Sarajevo. Wissenschaftl. Mittheil. aus 
Bosnien u. d. Hercegovina. Wien^ 1894. 4*. 
▼. 2, pp. 662-688.) 

Reply to Tait's Magazine & Mr. Cobden... 
Glasgow: J, Smith &* Son, 1841. 30 p. 8'. 

Richard (Henry). Evidences of Turlcish mis- 
rule. Westminster: Eastern Question Association 
[1877]. 47 p. 8*. (The Eastern Question Asso- 
ciation, Papers on the Eastern Question, No. I.) 

Richardson (Ralph). New railway projects 
in the Balkan Peninsula. (Scottish Geog. Maga. 
Edinburgh, 1908. 8". v. 24, pp. 254-258.) 

Riedl (Richard). Sandschakbahn und Trans- 
versallinie. Ein Beitrag zur Geschichte der ver- 
kehrspolitischen Interessengegensatze auf der Bal- 
kanhalbinsel. Vortrag gehalten. . .im niederOster- 
reichischen Gewerbevereine. Wien: F. Deuticke 
[1908]. 22 p., I map. 8". • 

Robert (C.) Les Slaves de Turquie. Serbes, 
Montenegrins, Bosniaques, Albanais et Bulgares: 
leurs ressources, Icurs tendances et leurs progr^s 
politiques. Paris, 1844. 2 v. 8°. 

Paris, 1852. 2 v. in I. 8'. 

The Slave provinces of Turkey. Chiefly 



from the French of Cyprien Robert. With addi- 
tions from other sources. (In: Leopold von 
Ranke. The history of Servia. . . London, i^^i. 
pp. 373-500.) 

Roesler (Robert). Ueber den Zeitpunkt der 
slavischen Ansiedlung an der unteren Donau. 
(Kais. Akad. d. Wissensch. Philos.-Hist. CI. 
Sitzungsb. Bd. 73, pp. 77-126. Wien, 1873. 8*. 

Row (The) in the Zoo; or, The hole in the 
eastern wall. Edinburgh: W. Biackwood ^ Sons, 
1877. 35 p. 12°. 

RmnabiaM — Afacerilor Straine MinisteruL 
Congr^s de Berlin. Actes et discours des pleni- 
potentiares de SoQ Altesse le Prince Charles I de 
Roumanie. Bucarest, 1878. I p.l., 14 p. 4**. 

Rnssell (7. ear(), John Russell. Speech in 
the House of Commons, January 31, 1854. Lon" 
don: J. Ridgway, i^SA' 29 p. 8°. 

8* Turkey and India; or. Our Indian Moslems. 
A question of the present crisis. London: W. 
Pidgway, 1876. 32 p. sm. 8". 

St. Clair (A. B.) Russian imperial freedom 
versus Turkish constitutional liberty; or. The 
Eastern question, and its only solution. London: 
- Vacher &* Sons, 1877. iv, 5-40 p. sm. f°. 

St. Clair (Stanislas Graham Bower). Bulgarian 
horrors: and Mr. Gladstone's Eastern policy. Lon- 
don: B lane hard &" Sons, 1876. 32 p. 12**. 

Sax (Karl von). Gcbchichie des Machtverfalls 
<1er TUrkei bis Ende des 19. Jahrhunderts und die 
Phasen der '* oriental ischen Frage" bis auf die 
Gegenwart. Wien: Manz, 190S. xx, 543 p. 8*. 

Sckelkownikow (B.) Der Weg nach Con- 
stantinopel. (Streffleurs Osterr. militar. Ztschr. 



Jahrg 43 (Jahrg. 79), v. 2, pp. 191-217. Wien^ 
1902.) 

Schiro* (Giuseppe). Kenkat e iuftes (I canti 
della battaglia). Con note e osservazioni suUa 
question d'oriente. Palermo: R, Sandron, 1897. 
6, I 1., (i) 6-189 P- 8'. 

Sehoppel (Franz). Osterreich und der Orient. 
(Ztsch. f. Volkswirt. Socialpol. u. Verwaltung. 
v. II, pp. 563-574. Wien, 1902.) 

Sckliller (Richard). Les conventions de com- 
merce avec les £tats des Balkans. (Mouvement 
^con. Bucarest, 1909. 8*. v. 10, pp. 1-5.) 

Sckoltse (Ernest). Die Bedeutung des Sand- 
schak Novipazar. (Geog. Ztschr. Leip%ig, 1908. 
8^ Jahrg. 14, pp. 652-657.) 

Sellers (Edith). Poor relief in the Balkans. 
(Contemp. Rev. v. 92, pp. 213-226. London, igoy.) 

Sharapov (Sergyei), Blizhaishiya zadachi 
Rossii na Balkanakh. Moscow: **Szndyetel** [190?]. 
14 p. 16". 

Shaw (Frances A.) The Eastern question. A 
brief history of Russia ... with accounts of the 
successive dynasties. Boston: J, R, Osgood <Sr* Co,, 
1877. 123 p., 2 maps. 16°. 

8hchraas(A.) Yemerikh fon Frivaldski verkbu ^^\ 
florata i faunata na Bolgariya i na Balkansk polu- 
ostrov. (Sbornik za Narodni Umotvoreniya, Nauka 
i Knizhnina. v. xiv, pp. 86-101. Sojia, 1897.) 

Shelley (A. C.) To be or not to be, that is 
the (Eastern) question. London: C. K, Paul 6r» 
Co., 1878. 3 p.l., 7-30 p. 12". 

Shkorpil (K. and Kh.) Chernomorskoto 
kraibryezhie i sosyednitye podbalkanski strani v 
Yuzhna Bolgariya. Arkheologicheski izslyedoaniya. 
(Sbornik za Narodni Umotvoreniya. Nauka i 
Knizhnina. v. 3, pp. 3-40. Sofia, 1890.) 

Sinclair (5f> J. G. T.) A defence of Russia 
and the Christians of Turkey; including a sketch 
of the Eastern question, from 1626 to September, 
1877, with its best solution. . . [With appendix.] 
London: Chapman &* Hall [1877]. 2 v. in i. 8*. 

Sin^^leton (Esther). Turkey and the Balkan 
states as described by great writers, collected and 
edited by E. Singleton; with numerous illustra- 
tions. New York: Dodd, Mead and Company, 
1908. xii, 336 p., 35 pi., 5 port. 8". 

Skene (J. H.) The Danubian principalities, 
the frontier land of the Christian and the Turk; by 
a British resident of twenty years in the East. 
London: R. Bentley, 1854. 2 v. 3. ed. 8*. 

Slavonian (The) provinces of Turkey; an his- 
torical, ethnological, and political guide to ques- 
tions at issue in these lands. London: E. Stanford, 
1876. 2 p.l., 55 p., I map. 12'. 

Repr.: Pall Mall Gazette. 

Smiljanic (Manojlo V.) Einige geographische 
Eiemente in der Ethnographic der Balkan v<)lker. 
(In: Zu Friedrich Ratzels Gedachtnis. . . Leipzig, 
1904. sq. 4°. pp. 375-384.) 

Sorel (Albert). La question d'Orient au i8^me 
si^cle; les origines de la triple alliance. Paris: 
E. Plon et Cie, 1878. ix, 317 p., i I. 8*. 

Specnlations on the Eastern question, by a 
soldier. London: E, Stanford, 1854. 15 p., i 
map. 8 . 



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LIST OF WORKS RELATING TO THE BALKANS 



General Works, confd» 

Stratford de Redclifife (i. viscoun(), Strat- 
ford Canning. The Eastern question: being a 
selection from bis writings during tbe last five 
years of his life. With a preface by A. P. Stanley. 
London: J, Murray ^ 1881. xxiv, i 1., a 16 p., i 
map. 8 . 

Stroell (W.) La politica commerciale, degli 
Stati Balcanici, Rumenia, Serbia e Bulgaria. Ver- 
sione dal tedesco dell' aw. L. Eusebio. (In: Bibli- 
oteca deir economista. Torino, 1897. 8*". Ser. 4, 
V. I, pt. 2, pp. 145-201.) 

Stnrdsa ( Dimitrie Alexandru). Recueil de do- 
cuments relatifs i la liberty de navigation du 
Danube. Berlin: Puttkammer 6^ Milhlbrecht, 
1904. xzziv, 933 (i) p., 4 diag., 4 maps. 8°. 

Sullivan (Edward Robert). Party and patriot- 
ism. The Eastern question. Being letters ad- 
dressed to the Morning Post on September 6th, i8th, 
and a8th [and Oct. 12]. London: Ranken &* Co, 
[1876]. 27, 8 p. 8*. 

Saltan (The) Mahmoud, and Mehemet AH 
Pasha. By the author of " England, France, Rus- 
sia & Turkey." London: /. Ridgway &* Sons, 
1835. I p. I., 68 p. 8". 

Swinbnrne (Algernon Charles). Note of an 
English republican on the Muscovite crusade. 
London: Chatio <5r» IVindus, 1876. 24 p. sm. 8*. 

Terekhov (A.) Istoricheski ocherk dvizhe- 
niya Rossii na Balkanski poluostrov. Si. Peters- 
burg: Tipografiya Gvardii, 1888. loi p. 8°. 

Tkomsett (Richard Gillham). A trip through 
the Balkan states and Impressions in Germany and 
Austria. London: Digby, Long 6r* Cb., 1909. 
304 p. 12'. 

Titelbaek (VI.) Das ' * heilige Feuer " bei den 
Balkanslaven. illus. 4 plates. (Intemat. Archiv. 
f. Ethnog. V. 13. pp. 1-4. Leiden, 1900.) 

Tomasekek (Wilhelm). Zur Kunde der 
Hftmus-Halbinsel. Topographische, archaologi- 
sche und ethnologische Miscellen. i-ii. (Kais. 
Akad. d. Wissensch. Philos.-Hist. CI. Sitzungsb. 
Bd. 9Q, pp. 437-507; Bd. 113. pp. 285-373. Wien, 
1 882-1 886. 8". 

I. Wo lag Skupi, die Metropolis von Dardania ? 

II. Die Handelswege im la. Jahrhundert nach den Erkun- 
digungen des Arabers Indriti. 

Toskev (A.) Materiali po florata na Rodopitye. 
(Periodichesko spisanie na bolgarskoto knizhovno 
druzhestvo v Sryedetz. v. 62, pp. 77-160. Srye- 
det%, 1 90 1.) 

Tonla (Franz). Geologische Untersuchungen 
im centralen Balkan. AusgefQhrt mit UnterstQt- 
zung der Kais. Akademie der Wissenschaften und 
des K. K. Ministeriums fQr Cultus und Unterricht. 
(Kais. Akad. d. Wissensch. Math.-naturwissensch. 
CI. Denkschr. Bd. 55, Abt. 2, pp. 1-108. i diag., 
I map, 8 pi. Wien^ 1889. f.) 

III. Petrographischer Theil von Au- 
gust Rosiwal. Zur Kenntniss der krystallinischen 
Gesteine des centralen Balkan. (Kais. Akad. d. 
Wissensch. Math.-naturwissensch. CI. Denkschr. 
Bd. 57, pp. 265-322, 3 pi. Wien, 1890. f*.) 

Geologische Untersuchungen im Ostlichen 

Balkan und in den angrenzenden Gebieten. (Kais. 



Akad. d. Wissensch. Math.-naturwissensch. CK 
Denkschr. Bd. 59, pp. 323-400. 7 pi, Wien^ 
1890. f".) 

Geologische Untersuchungen im Ostlichen 

Balkan und in anderen Theilen von Bulgarien und 
Ostrumelien (II. Abtheilung). (Kais. Akad. d. 
Wissensch. Math.-naturwissensch. CI. Denkschr. 
Bd. 5Q, pp. 409-478. 6 pi. IVien, iSg2, C) 

Grundlinien der Geologie des westlicheo 

Balkan. (Kais. Akad. d. Wissensch. Math.-natur- 
wissensch. CI. Denkschr. Bd. 44, Abt. 2, pp. 1-58. 
I map, 4 pi. IVien, 1882. f**.) 

Treseot (William Henry). An American view 
of the Eastern question. Charleston, S. C: J. Rus^ 
J///, 1854. «./.-/. 5-64 p., I 1. 12*. 

Tnma von Waldkampf (Anton). Die 5stliche 
Balkan-Halbinsel. Milit&r-geographisch, statistiscb 
und kriegs-historisch dargestellt. .. JVien: C, 
GeroUTs So An, 1886. xii, 269 p., 4 maps. 8**. 

Tnretski Sbomik. (K sobytiyam na Blizhnem 
Vostokye. Pod redaktziyei I. M. Bikermana. St, 
Petersburg: '* Syever," 1909. iv, 236 p. 8". 

Turkey and Russia ; or, Observations on their 
political and commercial relations with England; by 
a merchant. London, 1835. 8**. 

Turk's (The) vision of the fall of Constantino- 
ple. London: E, Stock, 1876. 2i p. 16°. 

Tnrko; or. The little dark boy in Dame Euro- 
pa's school. By the author of John justified. Z^Tif- 
don: [IV, Lewis, 187-]. 30 p. 16 . 

Tnrnerelli (Edward Tracy). ''Threatened 
with war." What we are doing for Russia! A few 
words of warning from ** One who knows the Rus- 
sians." Report of a speech made at. . .Leaming- 
ton on the Turkish atrocities in Bulgaria. London: 
Haughton 6* Co, [1876]. 19 p. 12°. 

Tnrqnie (I/a)et 1' Europe. Paris: Ch, Lahure^ 
1867. 45 p., I 1. 8*. 

Upward (Allen). The east end of Europe : tbe 
report of an unofficial mission to the European pro- 
vinces of Turkey on the eve of the revolution ; with 
a preface by the late Major Sir E. F. Law. Lon- 
don: John Murray, 1908. xxiii. 368 p., i chart, 
9 pi., I port. 8**. 

Urqnkart (David). An appeal against faction, 
in respect to the concurrence of the present and the 
late administrations, to prevent the House of Com« 
mons from performing its highest duties. To 
which is added an analysis of Count Nesselrode*s 
despatch of... Oct., 1838... London: J, May^ 
nard, 1843. ^ P-^'t 56 p. 8". 

Foreign policy and commerce. With a map. 

London, 1 838. 8°. 

The home face of the ** Four Points." [By 

D, Urquhart.] London: E, Tucker [1855?]. 
32 p. 12*. (Political Fly-sheets. No. xi. Dou- 
ble number.) 

The mystery of the Danube, showing how 

through secret diplomacy that river has been 
closed, exportation from Turkey arrested, and the 
re-opening of the Isthmus of Suez prevented. Lon- 
don, 1851. 8°. 

Progress of Russia in the west, north and 

south, by opening the sources of opinion and ap- 
propriating the channels of wealth and power. 
London: TrUbner 6* Co,, 1853. 2 p.l., Ixx, i 1., 
438 p., I map. 3. cd. 12*. 



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Gemral Works, confd. 

Variek (August von Daehne van). ^Bijdrag^e 
tot de geschiedenis der oostersche kwestie. Utrecht: 
y. Greven, 1869. x, 153 p. 8*. 

VelikdeiiA»raskhodka po Poleninsko. (Sbor- 
nik za Narodni Umotvoreniya, Nauka i Kntzhnina. 
▼. 9. pp. 647-715. Sofia, 1893.) 

Veritas, pseud. The partition of Tarkey an 
indispensable feature of the present political crisis; 
or, A series of ideas, the result of experience gained 
by one who has been long resident in the East. 
London: Chapman ^ Hall, 1 853* 44 p<> I map. 
8'. 

Vex (Trottimus). pseud. Little Johnny Bull's 
pet turkey. . . Liverpool: A, Russell [187- ?]. 8 p. 
8'. 

Viallis (Jean). La Bosnie-Herzegovine et la 
question des Balkans. (Grande rev. v. 20 (1902, 
T. i), pp. 682-707. Paris, 1902.) 

Wa>dler (Arnold). Die Verbrechensbewegung 

im Ostlichen Europa. Bd. i. MUnchen: Hans 

Sachs- Verlaz, 1908. 8*. 
Bd. I. Die KrlminaliUt der BalkanUnder. 1908. 

WaipeiiTOort (M.) De West- Balkan in Vo- 
gelvlucht. (Elsevier's geillustreerd Maandschr. 
Jaarg 14, vol. 27. pp. 16-30. Amsterdam, 1904.) 

Wahmrand (A.) Der Kulturkampf zwischen 
Asien und Europa. Ein Beitrag zur Klarlegung 
des heutigen Standes der orientalischen Frage. 
Berlin: H. Reuther, 1887. 2 p.l., 63 p. 2. ed. 12*. 

Warburion (Eliot Bartholomew George). The 
crescent and the cross; or, Romance and realities of 
eastern travel. Reprinted from the edition of 
1844 (unabridged). London: Ward, Locke &* Co. 
[1852?] I p.I, (i) 6-463 p., I pi. 12°. 

^^WmrwiUkg^** pseud. Justice for Turkey and 
maintenance of treaties versus Russian intrigue. 
[By •' Warsling.'l London: W. H, Guest, 1876. 
2 p.I., 5-33 P- o . 

The Turkish dilemma. A common sense 

appeal. By •* Warsling." London: Judd «>• Co., 
1876. 8 p. 8*. 

Watkins (Charles R. W.) Opinion and as- 
pects of a great crisis... London: W. Strange, 
Son e^ Co. [187- ?] 29 p. 12'. 

Wellington (i. duke), Arthur Welleslby. 
The Eastern question. Extracted from the corre- 
spondence of the late Duke of Wellington. Lon- 
don: J. Murray, 1877. 2 p.I, 5-47 p. 8*. 

Werner (Franz). Beitrftge zur Kenntniss der 
Reptilien- und Batrachierfauna der Balkanhalbin- 
sel. (Bosnisch-Hercegovinisches Landesmuseum 
in Sarajevo. Wissenschaftl. Mittheil. aus Bosnien 
u. d. Hercegovina. IVien, 1899 4^. v. 6, pp. 
817-841.) 



What is to be done with Turkey? or, Turkey, 
its present and future. London: H. Colburn, 1850. 

31 p. 8°. 

What's to be done with the turkey? or, John 
Bull's dilemma. London: IV. Mullan 6^ Son, 1877. 

32 p. I2'. 

Why did Gladstone fall from power? How may 
he regain it? An appeal to...W. E. Gladstone, 
M.P., on the Eastern question, and the disorganiza- 
tion of the Liberal party. London: Co-operative 
Printing Co. [1878]. 16 p. 8*. 

Witte (Jehan de). L'evolution de la question 
d'orient dans les Balkans. (Rev. g^n^rale. v. 70, 
pp. 659-692, 857-877; v. 71, pp. 172-197. Brux- 
elles, 1899.) 

Wolff (Henry Drummond). British policy and 
the Balkans. (Nfonthly Rev. v. 13, no. i, pp. 55- 
81. London, 1903.) 

Woods (Henrv Charles). Washed by four seas: 
an English officer s travels in the Near East. With 
an introduction by Sir Martin Conway. Illustrated 
by over 60 of the author's photographs. London: 
T, Fisher Unwin, 1908. xvi, 316 p., i map, 47 pi., 
I port. 8°. 

Woord(Een) over de Oostersche zaken. Ut- 
recht: C, van der Post, jr., 1854. 16 p. 8*. 

Warm (Christian Friedrich). Diplomatische 
Geschichte der orientalischen Frage. Leiptig: F. A. 
Brockhaus, 1858. xii, 520 p. 8**. 

Die orientalische Frage in ihrer geschicht- 

lichen Entwickelung. Erster Artikel . . . Leipzig: 
F. A. Brockhaus, 1856. i p.I., 52 p. 8". 

Repr.: IL Bande der ** Gegenwait," Leipsig, 1856. 

Wntser (Karl Wilhelm). Reise in den Orient 
Europa's und einen Theil Westasiens, zur Unter- 
suchungdes Bodensund seiner Producte des Klima's 
. . . [etc.] Mit Beitr&gen zur Geschichte, Charak- 
teristik und Politik der Bewohner. Elberfeld: 
Bddeker, 1860-61. 2 v. 8'. 

Xenos (Stefanos Th.) Union or dismember- 
ment of Turkey; with Turkey as described by the 
Right Hon. Austen H. Layard, and Turkey as ex- 
plained by Stefanos Xenos. London: Wertheimer, 
Lea <&* Co., 1876. 123 p. 8'. 

Wyon (Reginald). The Balkans from within. 
New York: C. Scribner*s Sons, 1904. xviii, i 1., 
475 p.. 2 maps, 73 pi., I port. 8*. 

Zancof (D.), and M. D. Balabanow. Bul- 
garia; by her two delegates. Translated by F. H. 
London: Gouiaud and Son [1^77]. 74 p. 8**. 

ZarKundeder Balkanhalbinsel: Reisen u. Beo- 
bachtungen, hrsg. v. K. Patsch. IVien: A. Hart- 
leben, 1904. 7 v. 8". 



HISTORY, DESCRIPTION, ETC., OF INDIVIDUAL COUNTRIES. 



Albania. 

General Works. 

Adamidl ( ). Les P^lasges et leurs des- 
cendants les Albanais. (Bull. Inst, ^gyptien. 1902, 
pp. 5-15. 45-57. Paris, 1902.) 

Albanian (The) question. (Edinburgh Rev. 
▼. iq6, pp. 55-83. Iu>ndon, 1902.) 



Aposiolides (B.) Les P^lasges, les Hellenes 
et les Albanais dans leurs rapports ethnologiques et 
linguistiques. (Inst, ^gyptien. Bull. ser. 4, no. 7 
(i^), pp. 11-38. Le Caire, 1907.) 



jnae(J.) Dans la Haute- Albanie. (Tour 
du monde. n. s. annee 10, pp, 185-188. Paris, 

1904.) 



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LIST OF WORKS RELATING TO THE BALKANS 



Albania, cont'd. 

Asehia (Nikola). Das Gewohnheitsrecht der 
Stamme Mi-Schkodrak (Ober-Scutariner Stimme) 
in den Gebirgen nOrdlich von Scutari. (Berliner 
Gesellsch. f. Anthrop. Verhandl. 1901, pp. 358- 
363. Berlin^ 1901.) 

Balabanov (Marka D). Borba za otechestvo 
i vyera ili Skenderbei, albanski geroi (1444-14 67). 
( Period ichesko spisanie na bolgarskoto knizhovno 
dmzhinstvo v Sryedetz. v. 49, pp. 1-3 1. Sryedetz^ 

1895.) 

Baldaeei (Antonio). Considerazioni prelimi- 
nari sulla fitogeografia dell* Albania settentrionale. 
(SocietiL geografica italiana. BoUettino. Roma^ 
1898. 8'. Ser. 3, V. 11, pp. 569-575.) 

Nel paese del Cem. (Soc. geog. italiana. 

Boll. ser. 4, v. 4, pp. 457-498, 634-645, 850-862, 
630-943; ser. 4. V. 5, pp. 141-146, 236-259, 299- 
315. Roma, 1903.) 

Barbarich (Eugenio). Albania (Monografia 
antropogeografica). Roma: E. Voghera, 1905. 
I p.l., (i) vi-xz, 344 p., II maps, i plan, i pi. 
illus. 8*. 

BarleiiuB (Marinus). Coronica del esfor9ado 
principe y capitan lorge Castrioto, rey de Epiro, 6 
Albania, Traduzida de lengua portuguesa en cas- 
tellano. Por luan Ochoa de la Salde. Madrid: L. 
Sanchez, 1597. 207 f., 3 I. T. 

Beauehamp (Alphonse de). Vie d'Ali Pacha, 
visir de Janina, suraomm^ Asian, ou Le Lion. 
Paris: VilUt, 1822. 346 p., I port. 2. ed. 8°. 

Beck von Mannagetta (GQnther). Beitrag zur 
Flora der Ostlicben Albanien. (Kais.-k5n. natur- 
hist. Hofmuseam. Annalen, v. 19, pp. 70-78. 
IVien, 1904. 
" Literatur,** p. 70. 

Best (J. J.) Excursions in Albania; comprising 
a description of the wild boar, deer, and woodcock 
shooting in that country; and a journey from thence 
to Thessalonica and Constantinople, and up the 
Danube to Pest. London: W, H. AlUn and Co,, 
1842. xii, 359 p., I map, i pi. 8'. 

Borchfl^rave (E. de). [Le Mont^n^gro et 
TAlbanie meridionale.] (Recueil consulaire. Brux- 
tlles, 1892. 8*. v. 75, pp. 169-245.) 

Barileana (Constantin N.) Dela Rom^lnii din 
Albania. Bucuresii: L. Motzaizeanu, 1906. xiv, 
I 1., 288 p., I map, 12 pi., 3 port. sq. 4". 

Callan (Hugh). Albania and the Albanians in 
1898. Plates. (Scottish geog. mag. v. 15, pp. 
337-350. Edinburgh, 1899.) 

Chlameeky (Leopold von)^ Die Italo-Alba- 
nesen und die Balkanpolitik. (Osterr. Rundschau. 
V. 5, pp. 333-352. IVien, 1905.) 

Cvijie (Jovan). Die dinarisch-albanesische 
Scharung. Plate. (Kais. Akad. d. Wissensch. 
Math.-naturwiss. Classe. Sitzungsb. v. no, pt. i, 
pp. 437-478. IVien, 1902.) 

Constante (C. S.) Spre Albania: impresiuni, 
obiceiuri, moravuri. Bucuresti: E, N. MiuUscu 
^ Cia., 1905. 5 p.l., (i) 6-206, v (i) p. I2^ 

Dareste(R.) Les anciennes coutumes alba- 
naises. (Jour. d. savants, n. s., annee i, pp. 325- 
334. 383-390- ^aris, 1903.) 

(Nouv. rev. hist, ann^e 27, pp. 477- 

496. Paris, 1903.) 



Davenport (Richard Alfred). The life of AH 
Pasha, of Tepeleni, vizier of Epirus; sumamed 
Asian, or the Lion. London: T. Tegg ^ Son, 1837. 
I p.l., v-xii, 418 p.. I port. 16*. (The Family 
Library, No. Ixi.) 

De^^en (Arpdd von), and L DOrfler. Beitrag 
zur Flora Albaniens und Macedoniens. Ergebnisse 
ciner von L DOrfler im Jahre i893unternommenen 
Reise. (Kais. Akad. d. Wissensch. Math.-natur- 
wissensch. CI. Denkschr. Bd. 64, pp. 701-748. 
4 pi. Wien, 1897. f*.) 

Des^and (A.) Souvenirs de la Haute-Albanie. 
Paris: H, Welter, 1901. 3 p.l., 333 p., i 1. iHus. 

4°. 
Dimitri^vitch (Mita). Les Albanais dans la 

question de la vieille Serbie et de la Mac^doine. 

(Nouv. Rev. V. 156 (n. s. v. 37), pp. 449-456. 

Paris, 1905.) 

Durham (M. Edith). ** Constitution " in North 
Albania. (Contemp. Rev. London, 1908. 8**. v. 94, 
pp. 533-541.) 

High Albania. With illustrations by the 

author and a map. London: Edward Arnold, 1909. 
xii, 352 p. 8*. 

Fallmerayer (fakob). Das Albanesische Ele- 
ment in Griechenland. Abth. I-III. (KOn. Bayer. 
Akad. d. Wiss. Abh. Hist. Kl. I&II. 8. Bd.. 2. 
Abth., pp. 417-487; 3. Abth., pp. 657-736; IIL 
9. Bd., I. Abth., pp. i-iio. Munchen, 1860- 
1866. 4'.) 

Olueck (Leopold). Albanien und Macedonien. 
Eine Reiseskizze. WUrzburg: L. Woerl, 1892. 
71 (i) p. 16°. (Woeri's Reischandbttcher.) 

Zur physischen Anthropologic der Alba* 

nesen. illus. (Bosnisch-Hercegovinisches Landes- 
museum in Sarajevo. Wissenschaftl. MittheiL 
aus Bosnien u. d. Hercegovina. Wien, 1897. 
4°. V. 5, pp. 365-402.) 

Onieciardini (Francesco). Impressioni d*Al- 
bania. (Nuova antologia. (ser. 4), v. 93, pp. 577- 
611; V. 94, pp. 17-58. Roma, 1901.) 

Hahn (Johann Georg von). Albanesische Stu- 
dien; nebst einer Karte und andern artistischen 
Beilagen. Jena, 1854. nar. 4°. 

Reise durch die Gebiete des Drin und War- 

dar, im Auftrage der Kais. Akademie der Wissen- 
schaften unternommen im Jahre 1863. (Kais. 
Akad. d. Wissensch. Phil. -hist. Classe. Denksch. 
Bd. 15, Abth. 2, pp. ii, 1-188; Bd. 16. Abth. 2, 
pp. 1-177, 4 l.i I map. Wien, 1867-1869. V.) 

Hasden (Bogdan P.) Cine sunt Albanesil? 
(Academia Romans. Analele Academiel rom&ne. 
Memoriile sectiunii lit. Bucuresci, 1902 4**. 
ser. 2, V. 23, pp. 103-113.) 

Hobhoase(J. C.) A journey through Albania 
and other provinces of Turkey in Europe and Asia 
to Constantinople, during the years 1809-10. 
Philadelphia, 181 7. 2 v. 4*. 

Hughes (T. S.) Travels in Sicily, Greece and 
Albania. London, 1820. 2 v. 4°. 

Ippen (Theodor). Alte Kirchen und Kirchen- 
ruinen in Albanien. illus. (Bosnisch- Hercego- 
vinisches Landesmuseum in Sarajevo. Wissen- 
schaftl. Mittheii. aus Bosnien u. d. Hercegovina. 
Wien, i900-'o2. 4°. v. 7, pp. 231-242; v. 8, 
pp. 131-144.) 



LIST OF WORKS RELATING TO THE BALKANS 



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Albania, confd. 

Obcr die geographischen Namen in Al- 

banien. (Mitteil. d. k. k. s^eog. Gesellschaft. in 
Wicn. V. 47, pp. 2-10. Wien, 1904.) 

Skutari nnd die Nordalbanische KUskene- 

bene. Sarajevo: Daniel A, Kajon^ XQO?. 4 p.l., 
83 p. iHus. 8*". (Zur Kunde der Balkanhalbinsel. 
Heft 5.) 

Istoria e Skender-Beut. Prej. . . Bukurect 
[Tino e Cqinetarevet\ 1898. 309 p. 8*. 

La Mantia (Giuseppe) . I capitoli delle colonie 
Greco-Albanesi di Sicilia dei secoli xv e xvi rac- 
colti e pabblicati da G. La Mantia. Palermo: A. 
Giannitrapani, 1904. xlii, I I., 85 p., I I. 8*. 

Lander (Johann). Nord-Albaniens und der 
Herzegowina Unterwerfungs-Anerbieten an Oester- 
reich 1 737-1 739- Nach oflRciellen Acten der K. K. 
Archiveverfasst von J. L. (Archiv. Ittr Osterr. 
Gesch. Bd. 62, pp. 239-304. Wien, 1881. 8°.) 

La Vardin (J. de). The historic of George 
Castriot, surnamed Scanderbeg, King of Albanie. 
Containing his famous actes, his noble deedes of 
armes, and memorable victories against the Turkes 
for the faith of Christ. Comprised in twelve bookes. 
Newly translated out of French. . .by Z. I., Gen- 
tleman. London: W, Ponsonby^ 1596. 6 p. I., 
498 p., 9 1. 6's. 

MJedia (Lazar). Das Recht der St&mme von 
Dukadschin. (Berliner Gesellsch. f. Anthrop. Ver- 
handl. 1901, pp. 353-358. Berlin^ 1901.) 

Moore (Clement Clark). George Castriot, sur- 
named Scanderbeg, king of Albania. New York: 
D.Appleton 6* Co,, 1850. 367 p. 12*'. 

Nopcsa (Franz). Arch&ologisches aus Nord- 
albanien. illus. (Bosnisch- Hercegovinisches Land- 
esmuseum in Sarajevo. Wissenschaftl. Mitteil. 
aus Bosnien u. d. Hercegovina. Wien, 1909. 4'. 
V. n, pp. 82-90.) 

Oestreich (Karl). Makedonien und die Al- 
banesen. Eine politisch-ethnographische Skizze, 
zumeist auf Grund eigener ReiseeindrUcke. (Jahr- 
esbericht d. Frankfurter Vereins f. Geog. u. Sta- 
tistik. Jahrg. 66 & 67 (1901-1903), pp. 5-28. 
Frankfurt a. M., 1903.) 

Pa^^anel (C.) Histoire de Scanderbeg; ou, 
Turks et Chretiens au xvc si^cle. Paris: Didier, 

1855. 8". 

Paquier (L^on). Macedoniens et Albanais. 
(Rev. fran9. de I'etranger et d. colonies, v. 28, 
pp. 20-25. Paris. 1903.) 

Patsch (Karl). Das Sandschak Berat in Al- 
banien. fVien: A. Holder^ 1904 3 p.l., 200 col. 
illus. I map. sq. f°. (Kais. Akad. der Wissen- 
schaften. Schriften der Balkankommission. An- 
tiquarische Abth. [v.] 3 ) 

Pinon (Rene). La question albanaise. (Rev. 
des dcu.\ mondes. Paris, 1909. 8°. per. 5, v. 54, 
pp. 792-826.) 

Pittard (Eugene). Contribution ^ I'^tude an- 
thropologique des Albanais. (£coIe d'anthrop. de 
Paris. Revue, v. 12, pp. 240-246. Paris, T902.) 

Ponqneville (Fran9ois Charles Hugues Lau- 
rent). Poqueville's Reise durch Morea und Alba- 
nien nach Constant! nopel, und in mehrere andere 
Theile des ottomanischen Reichs in den Jahren 



1798, 1799. 1 800 und 1 801. Aus dem franzOsischen 
ttbersetzt von K. L. M. MUller. Leipzig: J. C 
Hinrichs, 1805. 3 v. I pi., I plan. 12*. 

Travels in Epirus, Albania, Macedonia, and 

Thessaly... Jj>ndon: R, Phillips and Co., 1820. 
iv. 122 p., I 1., 3 pi., I port. 8°. (** Modem Voy- 
ages and Travels.") 

Travels in Greece and Turkey, compre- 
hending a particular account of the Morea, Albania 
. . . London, 1820. 2. ed. 4^. 

Beinach (Salomon). Une n^cropole en Al- 
banie. (L'anthropologie. v. 12, pp. 662-670. Paris ^ 
1901.) 

Scapolo (Emilio). Venezia e Albania. Saggio 
documentato delle relazioni Veneto-Albanesi nei 
secoli xiv-xv. (L'Ateneo Veneto. Venezia, 1908. 
8*. anno 31 (1908, v. i), pp. 3-27, 81-111, (1908, 
V. 2). pp. 243-257.) 

Sieinmeti (Karl). Eine Reise durch die Hoch- 
landergaue Oberalbaniens. Wien: A, Hartleben, 
1904. 4 p.l., 68 p., I map. illus. 8*". (Zur Kunde 
der Balkanhalbinsel. Reisen und Beobachtungen. 
Heft. I.) 

Von der Adria zum schwarzen Drin. Sara- 
jevo: D. A. Kajon, 1908. 4 p.l., 78 p., I map. 
illus. 8''. (Zur Kunde der Balkanhalbinsel. Heft. 

6.) 

Ein Vorstosz in die Nordalbanischen Al- 

pen. Wien: A. Hartleben, 1905. 4 p.!., 60 p., 
map. illus. 8*. (Zur Kunde der Balkanhalbin- 
sel. Reisen und Beobachtungen. Heft 3.) 

Stran^ord (Emily Anne Beaufort Smythe), 
Viscountess. The eastern shores of the Adriatic 
in 1863; with a visit to Montenegro. London: 
R. Bentley, 1864. 4 p.l., 386 p., 4 pi., i port. 8*. 

St ransky (Gottfried). Reise durch Albanien 
und Makedonien im Sommer 1903. (Mitteil. d. k. k. 
geog. Gesellschaft in Wien. v. 46, pp. 370-390. 
Wien, 1903.) 

Thallbesy (Lajos), and Constantin Joseph 
JiRECEK. Zwei Urkunden aus Nordalbanien. 
(Archiv. f. slav. Philol. v. 21, pp. 78-99. Berlin, 

1899.) 

** Im folsenden werden zwei Urkunden aus Nordalbanien 
verofTentlichc, ein slavisch verfaaster Geleitsbrief des Fiirsten 
Ivan Kastriota, des Georg Kastiiota oder Skanderbeg Vater, 
an die Rag^saner vom J. 1420, and ein Privilegium des Koni^ 
Alfons V. (I.) von Aragonien und Neapel an die Stadt Kroja 
vom J. 1457." 

Toser (Henry Fanshawe). Researches in the 
highlands of Turkey; including visits ..to the 
Mirdite Albanians, and other remote tribes. . Lon- 
don, 1869. 2 V. 8". 

Trailer ( Paul). BegrSbniss-Pl&tze und Tumuli 
in Albanien und Macedonien. illus. (Berliner 
Gesellsch. f. Anthrop. Verhandl. 1901, pp. 43-57. 
Berlin, 1901.) 

Zur Forschung Uber alte Schiffstypen. C. 

Schiffsfahrzeuge in Albanien und Macedonien. 
illus. (Deutsche Gesellsch. f. Anthrop. Ethnol. u. 
Urgeschichte. Correspondenz-Blatt, v. 35, pp. 25- 
38. Braunschweig, 1904.) 

Mittheilungen und Funde aus Albanien. 

illus. (Ztsch. f. Ethnologic, v. 32, pp. 33-51. Ber- 
lin, 1900.) 

I. Neue Funde aus Albanien. 2. Die 

macedonischen Tumuli und ihre Keramik. illus. 
Berliner Gesellsch. f. Anthrop. Verhandl. 1902, 
pp. 56-76. Berlin, 1902.) 



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LIST OF WORKS RELATING TO THE BALKANS 



Albania^ contd, 

Tama von Waldkampf (Anton). Griechenland, 
Makedonien und SOd-AIbanien ; oder. Die sadliche 
Balkan-Halbinsel. MilitSr geographiscb. statisttsch 
and kreigshistorisch dargestellt. Leipzig: Zuck- 
schwerdt^ Co., 1897. viii, 329 (i) p. 2. cd. 8*. 

Vai^lleri (Dante). Nell* alta Albania. (Rivista 
d'ltalia. anno 5, v. 2, pp. 947-965. Roma, X902.) 

Walker (Mary Adelaide). Through Macedonia 
to the Albanian lakes. London, 1864. pi. nar. 4"*. 

Wassa* Effendi, The truth on Albania and the 
Albanians, historical and critical. Translation by 
E. St. John Fairman. London: National Press 
Agency, Ltd., 1879. 48 p. 8". 

Wohlberedt (Otto). Zur Fauna Montenegros 
and Nordalbaniens. (Mollusken, K&fer, Isopoden, 
Chilopoden, Diplopoden.) Mit BeitrHgen von H. 
Simroth, Oskar Boettger und Karl Verhoeff. illus. 
X map, 10 pi. (Bosnisch-Hercegovinisches Landes- 
museum in Sarajevo. Wissenschaftl. Mitteil. aus 
Bosnien u. d. Hercegovina. Wien, 1909. 4°. 
V. II. pp. 585-722.) 

Wyon (Reginald). Roman Catholic Albania. 
(Blackwood's Maga. v. 173, pp. 476-487. Lon- 
don, 1903.) 

Bosnia and Herzegovina. 

Bibliography. 

Knell (Etienne). Bibliographie. (In his: La 
Bosnie et THerzegovine. pp. v-ix. Paris, 1900. 
8 .) 

Krolopp (Alfred). Forr&s-munkdk. (In his: 
Bosznia- Herczegovina mezOgazdasagi viszonyai. 
p. [189]. Budapest, 1904. 8*.) 

Sainte-Marie (E. de). Bibliographie. (In 
his: L'Herzcgovine. pp. 1-2. Paris, 1875. 8".) 

' Periodicals. 

Bosnisek-Herees^vinisehes Landesmu- 
seam in Sarajevo. Wissenschaftliche Mittheilun- 
gen aus Bosnien und der Hercegovina, redigirt von 
M. Hoemes. v. i-ii. Wien, 1893-1909. 4°. 

General Works. 

Abrest (Paul d'), pseud, of F. Kohn-Abrest. 
Un printemps en Bosnie. Paris: E, Dentu, 1887. 
2 p.l., ii, 427 p. 12''. 

Arbeit er-Krankenversickeran^ (Bos- 
nien und Hercegovina). (Gesetz vom 15. Februar 
1909.) (Soziale Rundschau. Wien, 1909. 8°. 
Jahrg. 10 (1909, V. 2), pp. 171-194.) 

Arma^^ac (J.) En Herzegovine. — De Sara- 
jevo ^ la fronti^re du Montenegro par la Valine de 
la Drina. (Tour du monde. n. s. annee 10, pp. 
137-140. Paris, 1904.) 

Asbotk (Jaipes de). An official tour through 
Bosnia and Herzegovina: with an account of the 
history . . . and the people. Authorized English edi- 
tion. London: Swan Sonnenschein &* Co., 1890. 
XX, 496 p., I map. illus. 8"*. 

Baemreitker (J. M.) Die prahistorischen 
Funde in Bosnien und der Hercegovina. (Osterr. 
Rundschau. Wien, 1909. 4". v. 21, pp. 92-105.) 

Ballif (Philipp). Ergebnisse der meteorologi- 
schen Beobachtungen Uber Temperatur, Nieder- 



schlag und Bew5lkung in Bosnien und der Herce- 
govina 1889. 3 pi. (Bosnisch-Hercegovinisches 
Landesmuseum in Sarajevo. Wissenschaftl. Mit- 
theil. aus Bosnien u. d. Hercegovina. Wien, 
1893, 4^ V. 1, pp. 515-541.) 

Bar (Andre). Bosna i Khertzegovina. Aus- 
trijska uprava od 1878 do 1903 g. Preveli s frant- 
zuskoga M.N i M.M. Beograd: ^* Dositije Obr ado- 
vie h,'' 1906. 239 p. 8". 

Barisic (Raphael). Kloster und Kirche der 
Franziskaner in Suceska. illus. (Bosnisch-Herce- 
govinisches Landesmuseum in Sarajevo. Wissen- 
schaftl. Mittheil aus Bosnien n. d. Hercegovina. 
Wien, 1894. 4*. v. 2, pp. 268-280.) 

Basafflc (Safvet Beg R.) Der &lteste Fermai> 
der Cengic- Begs, i pi. (Bosnisch-Hercegovini- 
sches Landesmuseum m Sarajevo. Wissenschaftl. 
Mittheil. aus Bosnien u. d. Hercegovina. Wien^ 
1899. 4". V. 6, pp. 478-486.) 

Beck von Mannagetta (G.) Ein botanischer 
Ausflug auf den Troglav (1913 M.) bei Livno. (Bos- 
nisch-Hercegovinisches Landesmuseum in Sara- 
jevo. Wissenschaftl. Mittheil. aus Bosnien u. d. 
Hercegovina. Wien, 1897. 4*. v. 5, pp. 480- 
490.) 

Becker (Marie Luise). Das Kunstgewerbe in 
Bosnien und der Herzegowina. i p.l. (Ztschr. 
d. Vereins f. Volkskunde. Jahrg. 14, pp. 192- 
198. Berlin, 1904.) 

Berfl^k (E. van den). Osterreichs KHmpfe in 
Bosnien und der Herzegowina im Jahre 1878. illus. 
(Beiheft zum MiiitHr-Wochenbl. Berlin, 1909. 

8^ 1909. pp. 331-347.) 

Berwertk (Friedrich). Der Meteorstein voo 
Zavid. illus., i pi. (Bosnisch-Hercegovinische& 
Landesmuseum in Sarajevo. Wissenschaftl. Mit- 
theil. aus Bosnien u. d. Hercegovina. Wien, 1902. 
4°. V. 8, pp. 409-426.) 

Blaskovick (Alexandre de). L'annexion de 
la Bosnie- Herz^o vine. (La nouv. Europe. Paris, 
1909. 8*". ann^e i, pp. 5-23.) 

Blan (Otto). Reisen in Bosnien und der Hert- 
zegowina. Topographische und pflanzengeogra- 
phische Aufzeichnungen. Mit einer Karte und 
ZusHtzen von H. Kiepert. Berlin: D. Reimer, 
1877. viii. I 1., 231 (i) p., I map, i pi. 8'. 

Borcb^ave ( de). Rapport ^ la suite d'un 
r<^nt voyage d'exploration commerciale en Bosnie 
et en Herzegovine. (Recueil consulaire. v. io4» 
pp. 23-37. Bruxelles, 1899.) 

Bordeanz (Albert). La Bosnie populaire. 
Paysages, moeurs et coutumes, l^gendes, chants pop- 
ulaires, mines. Ouvrage accompagne de 12 gra- 
vures et d'une carte. Paris: Plon-Nourrit et Cie. , 
1904. 3 p.l., 307 p., 2 1., I map, 12 pi. 12''. 

Les mines d'argent de Srebrenitza en Bos- 
nie. (Rev. univers. d. mines, s^r. 4, v. 6, pp. 
121-146. Li/ge, 1904.) 

Bosnia and Herzegovina. Die Landwirthschaft 
in Bosnien und der Hercegovina. Sarajevo: Lan^ 
desdruckerei, T899. iz, 379 p., diagrs., plans, 
plates. 4''. 

Bosnia and Herzegovina. — Statistisches Depar- 
tement. Hauptergebnisse des ausw&rtigen Waar- 
enverkehres Bosniens und der Hercegovina. Jahr- 
gang 6-10, 1 903-1907. Sarajevo, Wien, 1904* 
1908. 4**. 



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Bosnia and Hernegovina, confd. 

Hauptresultate der Votkszilhluag in Bosnien 

and der Hercegovina vom 22 April 1895, nebst 
Angaben aber territoriale Entheilung, Offentliche 
Anstalten und Mineralquellen . . . Sarajevo: Lan- 
desdruckerei^ 1896. 4 p.l., civ, 778 p., map. <% 

Bosnie-Hers^^OTine (La) i I* Exposition In- 
ternationale universelle de 1900 It Paris. Vienne: 
A, ffoUhausen, 1900. 2 p.l., 13s p., 3 pi. ob. 24**. 

Bosnisehe (Die) Problem. (Osterr. Rund- 
schaa. Wien, 1908. 4°. v. 17, pp. 15-22.) 

Brnsiiuk (Sp.) Sipovo und seine tertiftre 
Faunula. 3 pi. (Bosnisch-Hercegovinisches Lan- 
desoiuseum in Sarajevo. Wissenschaftl. Mitteil. 
aos Bosnien u. d. Hercegovina. Wien^ 1909. 4^. 
▼. I', pp. 572-578.) 

CaJk»novic (Simeon). Die orientalisch-orth- 
odoxe Kirche der heil. Erzengel in Sarajevo, illas., 
I pi. (Bosnisch-Hercegovinisches Landesmuseum 
in Sarajevo. Wissenschaftl. Mittheil. aus Bosnien 
u. d. Hercegovina. Wien, 1893. 4". v. i, pp. 
376-385.) 

Cofin (Marian Cruger). Where East meets 
West. Visit to picturesque Dalmatia, Montenegro 
and Bosnia, illus. (Natl. Geog. Maga. Wash- 
ington, 1908. 8*. V. 19, pp. 309-344.) 

Colqahonn (Archibald R.) Bosnia- Herzego- 
vina. [With discussion.] (Roy. Soc. of Arts. 
Jour. London, 1909. 8*. v. 57, pp. 253-263.) 

Coquelle (P.) Histoire du Montenegro et de 
la Bosnie depuis les origines. Paris: E. Leroux, 
1895. (4) V, (i) 490 p., map, tables. 8°. 

Cnreic (Vejsil). Ein Flachgraberfeld der lapo- 
den in Ribic bei Bihac. illus., 3 pi. (Bosnisch- 
Hercegovinisches Landesmuseum in Sarajevo, 
Wissenschaftl. Mittheil. aus Bosnien u. d. Herce- 
govina. IVien, 1900. 4*. V. 7, pp. 3-32) 

Die Gradina an der Ramaquelle im Bezirke 

Prozor. illus. 6 pi. (Bosnisch-Hercegovinisches 
Landesmuseum in Sarajevo. Wissenschaftl. Mit- 
theil. aus Bosnien u. d. Hercegovina. Wien, 1902. 
4*. V. 8, pp. 48-60.) 

Prslhistorische Funde aus Bosnien und der 



Herzegowina in den Sammlungen des k. k. natur- 
historischen Hof museums in Wien. illus., 3 pi. 
(Bosnisch-Hercegovinisches Landesmuseum in Sa- 
rajevo. Wissenschaftl. Mitteil. aus Bosnien u. d. 
Hercegovina. Wien, 1909. 4". v. 91-100.) 

. Danes (Jiri V.) La region de la Narenta in- 
f^rieure. illus. (Geographic, v. 13, pp. 91-102. 
Paris, 1906.) 

Danes (Jiri V.), and K. Thon. Die westherce. 
govinische Kryptodepression. (Petermanns Mit- 
teil. V. 51, pp. 76-81. Got ha, 1 90 J.) 

Davis (W. M.) An excursion in Bosnia, Her- 
cegovina and Dalmatia. 4 pi. (Bull. Geog. Soc. 
of Phila. V. 3, pp. 21-50. PhiladeJphia, 1901.) 

Dedljer (Jevto). Die alten Bauemfamilien 
in der Herzegowina. (Bosnisch-Hercegovinisches 
Landesmuseum in Sarajevo. Wissenschaftl. Mit- 
teil. aus Bosnien u. d. Hercegovina. Wien, 1909. 
4*. V. II. pp. 377-380.) 

Defierdarovie (Ibrahim Beg). Alte Brief- 
schaften der Familie Resulbegovic. illus., 3 pi. 
vBosnisch Hercegovinisches Landesmuseum in Sa- 



rajevo. Wissenschaftl. Mittheil. aus Bosnien a. d. 
Hercegovina. Wien, 1899. 4*. v. 6, pp. 487- 

517.) 

Delie (Stephan R.) Beitrftge zur Landes- und 
Volkskunde. illus. (Bosnisch-Hercegovinisches 
Landesmuseum in Sarajevo. Wissenschaftl. Mit- 
theil. aus Bosnien u. d. Hercegovina. Wien, 1893. 
4*. V. I, pp. 402-425.) 

D^sers (Leon). Chez les Slaves de Bosnie. 
(Correspondant. v. 204 (n. s. v. 168), pp. 750-762. 
Paris, 1901.) 

Diehl (Ch.) En Bosnie- Herzegovine. (La 
grand rev. annee 5, 1901, v. 2 (v. 17), pp. 243-371. 
Paris, 1 90 1.) 

Dimita (Ludwig). Die forstlichen Verhaitnisse 
und Einrichtungen Bosniens und der Hercegovina. 
Mit einem allgemein orientierenden Natur- und 
Kulturbilde und einer Karte dieser L&nder. Wien: 
W. Frtck, 1905. viii, 389 p., i map. 8*. 

Dolesal (Eduard). Ueber einen Theil der auf 
Bosnien entfallenden Wasserscheide zwischen dem 
Pontus und der Adria. i map, 3 pi. (Bosnisch- 
Hercegovinisches Landesmuseum in Sarajevo. 
Wissenschaftl. Mittheil. aus Bosnien u. d. Herce- 
govina. Wien, 1899. 4°. V. 6, pp. 665-678.) 

Dnekerts (J.) [La Dalmatie, la Bosnie et 
r Herzegovine.] (Recueil consulaire. Bruxelles, 
1892. 8'. V. 75, pp. 246-302.) 

Einig^ SchriftstQcke aus der alten Krajina. 
Spenden des Herrn Sektionschefs L. v. Thall6czy 
an das bosn.-herzog. Landesmuseum. Von D. B. 
Cerovic. illus. (Bosnisch-Hercegovinisches Lan- 
desmuseum in Sarajevo. Wissenschaftl. Mitteil. 
aus Bosnien u. d. Hercegovina. Wien, 1909. 4*. 
V. II, pp. 310-341.) 

Eng^lhardt (H.) TertiSrpflanzen von Foca 
in Sadostbosnien. 2 pi. (Bosnisch-Hercegovin- 
isches Landesmuseum in Sarajevo. Wissenschaftl. 
Mitteil. aus Bosnien u. d. Hercegovina. Wien, 
1909. 4*. v.ii, pp. 491-498.) 

Evans (Arthur John). Through Bosnia and the 
Herzegovina on foot, during the insurrection, Aug. 
and Sept., 1875; with an historical review of Bos- 
nia, and a glimpse at the Croats, Slavonians, and 
the ancient republic of Ragusa. London, 1877. il. 
map. 2. ed. 8**. 

FabrieinSf pseud. Die Annexion Bosniens und 
der Herzegowina. In Einzeldarstellungen geboten. 
Boien: Tyrolia, iqo%, 64 p. 8*^. Zeit-und Lebens- 
fragen. Heft 2. ) 

Fiala (Franz). Ausgrabungen auf dem Debelo 
brdo bei Sarajevo im Jahre 1894. illus., 7 pi. 
(Bosnisch-Hercegovinisches Landesmuseum in Sara- 
jevo. Wissenschaftl. Mittheil. aus Bosnien u. d. 
Hercegovina. Wien, 1897. 4*. v. 5, pp. 124-130.) 

BeitrUge zur Flora Bosniens und der Her- 
cegovina. illus., I pi. (Bosnisch-Hercegovinisches 
Landesmuseum in Sarajevo. Wissenschaftl. Mit- 
theil. aus Bosnien u. d. Hercegovina. Wien, 1899. 
4°. V. 6, pp. 719-743O 

Beitrige zur Pflanzengeographie Bosniens 



und der Hercegovina. i pi. (BcMsnisch- Herce- 
govinisches Landesmuseum in Sarajevo. Wissen- 
schaftl. Mittheil. aus Bosnien u. d. Hercegovina. 
Wien, 1893. 4**. V. i, pp. 549-569.) 



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LIST OF WORKS RELATING TO THE BALKANS 



Bosnia and Herzegovina, confd. 

Bericht ttbcr die Ausgrabungen am Debelo 

brdo bei Sarajero im Jahre 1895. illus. (Bosnisch- 
Hercegovinisches Landesmuseum in Sarajevo. Wts- 
senschaftl. Mittbeil. aus Bosaien a. d. Hercegovina. 

fVifn, 1899. 4*. V. 6, pp. 129-138.) 

Die Ergebnisse der Untersucbung prflhis- 

torischer Grabbagel auf dem Glasinac im Jahre 
1892, 1893, 1894, 1895, 1896. illus. I pi. (Bos- 
nisch-Hercegovinisches Landesmaseam in Sarajevo. 
Wissenschaftl. Mittbeil. aus Bosoien u. d. Herce- 
govina. fVien, 1896. 4*. v. i, pp. 126-168; v. 3, 
pp. 3-38; V. 4, pp. 3-32; V. 5, pp. 3-28; v. 6, pp. 
8-32.) 

Die Ergebnisse der Untersucbung prShis- 

torischer GrabhClgel in SUdostbosnien (anschliessend 
an den Glasinac) im Jahre 1897. illus., i pi. (Bos- 
nisch-Hercegovinisches Landesmuseum in Sarajevo. 
Wissenschaftl. Mittbeil. aus Bosnien u. d. Herce- 
govina. IVien, 1899. 4*. v. 6, pp. 33-61.) 

Das Flachgraberfeld und die prfthistorische 

Ansiedlung in Sanskimost. illus., 4 pi. (Bosnisch- 
Hercegovinisches Landesmuseum in Sarajevo. 
Wissenschaftl. Mittbeil. aus Bosnien u. d. Herce- 
govina. fVUn, 1899. 4°. v. 6, pp. 62-128.) 

Kleine Mittbeilungen. illus. (Bosnisch- 

Hercegovinisches Landesmuseum in Sarajevo. 
Wissenschaftl. Mittbeil. aus Bosnien u. d. Herce- 
govina. IVien, 1896. 4"*. v. 4, pp. 170-184.) 

Die prUhistorische Ansiedlung auf dem 

Debelo brdo bei Sarajevo, illus. (Bosnisch- Herce- 
govinisches Landesmuseum in Sarajevo. Wissen- 
schaftl. Mittbeil. aus Bosnien u. d. Hercegovina. 

IVien, 1896. 4'. v. 4, pp. 38-72.) 

Prahistorische Bronzen aus Bosnien und der 

Hercegovina. illus., i pi. (Bosnisch- Hercegovin- 
isches Landesmuseum in Sarajevo. Wissenschaftl. 
Mittbeil. aus Bosnien u. d. Hercegovina. Wien^ 
1899. 4*. V. 6, pp. 139-147.) 

Pr&historiscbe Wohnstfttten in Sobunar bei 

Sarajevo, illus. (Bosnisch- Hercegovinisches Lan- 
desmuseum in Sarajevo. Wissenschaftl. Mittbeil. 
aus Bosnien u. d. Hercegovina. IVien, 1893. 4". 

▼• I. PP- 39-54.) 

Filipesea (Teodor). Coloniile romane din 
Bosnia. Studiu etnograBc si antropogeografic . . . 
Editiunea Academiei RomUne. Bucuresti: C. Gobl^ 
1906. 1 p.l., 310 p., I 1., I map. d"". 

France* — Minis tire de Commerce, Commerce 
d'importation et d'exportation de la Bosnie Herz^- 
go vine. 1 890/1. 31 p. (no. 67 of Rapports com- 
merciaux des agents diplomatiques et consulaires 
de France, series 1890-99.) 

Le commerce en Bosnie et Herzegovine en 

1899 (20 p.), 1900 (16 p.), 1901 (26 p.), 1902 (15 p.) 
(nos. 24, 80, 197, 305 of Rapports commerciaux des 
agents diplomatiques et consulaires de France for 
1899, 1900, 1901, 1902.) 

Geleieh (Eugen). Das kommerzielle Bildungs- 
wesen in Belgien, Spanien, Portugal, Serbien und 
Bosnien. IVien: A. //older, 1906. xii, 206 p. 4". 
(Das kommerzielle Bildungswesen der europfttschen 
und auseuropaiscben Staaten. Teil 3.) 

Genthe (Franz). Die Bosniaken in der preus- 
sischen Armee. Ein Beitrag zur Geschichte der 
bosnischen Lanzenreiter in den Armeen fremder 



M&chte. 3 pi. (Bosnisch-Hercegovinisches Lan- 
desmuseum in Sarajevo. Wissenschaftl. Mittbeil. 
aus Bosnien u. d. Hercegovina. fVien, 190a. 4". 
V. 8, pp. 145-200.) 

Georg^ev (Jordan P.) Grad Vratza. (Sboroik 
za Narodni Umotvoreniya, Nauka i Knizbnina. 
V. 20, pp. 1-75. Sojia, I904>) 

Gluek (Leopold). Zur physischen Anthropo- 
logic der Zigeuner in Bosnien und der Hercegovina. 
illus., 6 pi. (Bosnisch-Hercegovinisches Landes- 
museum in Sarajevo. Wissenschaftl. Mittbeil. aus 
Bosnien u. d. Hercegovina. fVien, 1897. 4'. 
v. 5. pp. 403-433.) 

Die T&towirung der Haut bei den Katholi- 

ken Bosniens und der Hercegovina. illus. (Bos- 
nisch-Hercegovinisches Landesmuseum in Sarajevo. 
Wissenschaftl. Mittbeil. aus Bosnien u. d. Herce- 
govina. IVien, 1894. 4', V. 2, pp. 455-462.) 

Great Britain. — Foreign Office, Turkey. 

1876, no. 2. Correspondence respecting affairs m 

Bosnia and Herzegovina. London: Harrison 6* 

5(7iw[i876]. V, ii2p. f*. (Parliamentary Papers, 

1876, V. 84.) 

Covers the period from July 2, 1875, *o Feb. 13, 1876; re- 
lates to the rising in the Herzegovina; comprises correspond- 
ence of British, Austrian, Turkish and French diplomatic 
officials, as well as the text of Turkish decrees, instructions, 
proclamations, etc. On pages 18-22 there is printed the 
speech of Prince Milan Obrenovitch IV, at the opening of the 
Servian National Assembly on Au|f 29, 1875, ^ ^*^11 ^ 'he 
address of the National Assembly in reply. On pages 30-40 
there is printed the English text of a pamphlet under the 
caption '*A glance at the Grievances which are the principal 
cause of the Insurrection of the Christian inhabitants in the 
Herzeffovina/' It is transmitted on Oct. i, 1875, by H. B. M. 
Consul Holmes at Mosur to the Foreign Office with the re- 
mark that ** it has this instant been placed in my hands. . . . 
it may probably contain a good deal of exaggeration/* On 
page 75 et seq. is the French and English text of the "An- 
drassy Note." 

Turkey. 1876, no. 3. Correspondence 

respecting the affairs of Turkey, and the insurrec- 
tion in Bosnia and the Herzegovina. London: Har- 
rison^ Sons [1876]. xxi, 376 p. (Parliamentary 
Papers, v. 84.) 

Continuation of Turkey, 1876, no. 2. 

Covers the period from Jan. 30 to July 17, 1876; relates to 
the Herzegovinian insurrection and comprises correspondence 
as in no. 2. On pages 30-39 there is printed the French and 
English text of the Turkish instructions relating to the gov- 
ernment of the vilayets; on page 84, the English text of the 

address of the insurgent chiefs to Baron Rodich of — r — q — ^ 

• April 7, 

1876; on pages 137 et seq., the French and English text of toe 

" Berlin Memorandum"; on pages 160-171, the Mimoire sent 

by the Prince of Montenegro to H. B. M. Secy, of Foreign 

Affairs on v.^*^' / '876, suggesting a concert of the Powers 

to consider the affairs of European Turkey, on pages 285-3x1 
there is printed the French and English text of the changes 
to be introduced into the organic law of Crete, as proposed oy 
the Christian deputies of the General Assembly. 

Turkey. 1877, no. 11. Despatches from 

Mr. Consul Holmes respecting reports of outrages 

in the North of Bosnia. London: Harrison dr* Sons 

[1877]. I 1., 4 p. (Parliamentary Papers, 1877, 

V. 92.) 

Three despatches to the Foreign Office, dated resp. March 
14, 16 and 29, 1877. 

Turkey. 1877, no. 20. Further despatch 

respecting the state of affairs in Bosnia. London: 

Harrison 6* Sons [1877]. i 1., 6 p. (Parliamentary 

Papers, 1877, v. 92.) 

Despatch of May 18, 1877, from H. B. M. consul at Bosna- 
SeraK, W. R. Holmes, enclosing report by Vice-Consul Free- 
man on massacres at Glamotch and Otchievo. 



LIST OF WORKS RELATING TO THE BALKANS 



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Bosma and Herzegovina, confd, 

Turkey. 1877, no. 21. Further despatch 

respecting the state of affairs in Bosnia. London: 

Harrison 6* Sons [1877]. i I., 6 p. (Parliamentary 

Papers. 1877, v. 92.) 

Despatch of H. 6. M. Acting Coosul at Bosna-SeraT of 
Juae 6, 18771 enclosing report on the impairment of Rado 
Buitch at Doberlin in February, 1876. 

Turkey. 1877, no. 22. Further despatch 

respecting the state of alfairs in Bosnia. London: 

Harrison &* Sons [1877]. I i.. 2 p. (Parliamentary 

Papers, 1877, v. 92). 

Despatch of Acting Consul Freeman, of June aa, 1877, en- 
closing accounts from *^ Galignani*s Messenger" ana the 
** Manchester Goardian" concerning massacres of Bosnian 
ref.ugees. 

Greiuu*d ( ). L'agriculture en Bosnie- 
Hertsegovine. (Mouvement ^con. B nearest, 1909. 
8*. V. 10, pp. 163-174.) 

Grimmer (Johann). Das Kohlenvorkommen 
von Bosnien und der Hercegovina. Auf Grund 
amtlicher Daten und eigener Beobachtungen. illus., 
I map. (Bosnisch-Hercegovinishes Landesmuseum 
in Sarajevo. Wissenschaftl. Mittheil. aus Bosnien 
n. d. Hercegovina. IVien, 1902. 4°. v. 8, pp. 
340-408.) 

Gntvrinski (Roman). Ueber die von Hochw. 
Prof. Erich Brandis Soc. Jes. in der Umgegend von 
Travnik gesammelten Algen. illus. (Bosnisch- 
Hercegovinisches Landesmuseum in Sarajevo 
Wissenschaftl. Mittheil. aus Bosnien u. d. Herce- 
govina. H^ien, 1899. 4°. v. 6, pp. 685-707.) 

Ueber die bis jetzt in Bosnien lind der 

Hercegovina entdeckten Algen (mit ausschluss der 
Diatomaceen). i pi. (Bosnisch-Hercegovinisches 
Landesmuseum in Sarajevo. Wissenschaftl. Mit- 
theil. aus Bosnien u. d. Hercegovina. fVien^ 1897. 
4'. V. 5, pp. 4557463.) 

Habeis (A.) L'industrie min^rale en Bosnie- 
Herz^govine. (Rev. univers. d. mines, s^r. 4, 
V. 8, pp. 307-343. -^%<f. 1904.) 

'Hmngi (Anton). Die Moslim's in Bosnien- 
Hercegovina. Ihre Lebensweise, Sitten und Ge- 
brSluche. Autorisierte Uebersetzung von Hermann 
Tausk. Sarajevo: D. A, Kajon, 1907. vi, i 1., 
267 p., 12 pi. 8"*. 

H»iui (J.) Die meteorologischen VerhSltnisse 
auf der Bjelasnica (2067 m) in Bosnien. i pi. 
(Meteorol. Ztschr. v. 20, pp. 1-19. Wien, 1903.) 

Hanmant (£mile). En Bosnie. (Rev. de 
Paris. 1906, V. 6, pp. 208-224. Paris^ 1906.) 

Herkalovie (Thomas). Vorgeschichte der 
Occupation Bosniens und der Herzegovina. Mit 
Bildnis. Zagreb: M, Afajeen, 1906. i 1., ii, 187 p., 
I port. 8°. 

History of the war in Bosnia during the years 
1737-8 and 9. Translated from the Turkish by C. 
Eraser. . . London, 1830. xix, 96 p. 8°. (Oriental 
Translation Fund.) 

Hormann (Constantin). Epigraphische Denk- 
maler aus dem Mittelalter. illus. (Bosnisch-Herce- 
govinisches Landesmuseum in Sarajevo. Wissen- 
schaftl. Mittheil. aus Bosnien u. d. Hercegovina. 
Wien, 1895. 4". V. 3, pp. 481-502.) 

Zur Geschichte des bosnisch-hercegovin- 

ischen Landesmuseums. 2 plans, 9 pi. (Bosnisch- 
Hercegovinisches Landesmuseum in Sarajevo. 



Wissenschaftl. Mittheil. aus Bosnien n. d. Herce- 
govina. IVien, 1893. 4*. V. I, pp. 5-25.) 

Die Kula des Hadzi-Beg in Hutovo. illus. 

(Bosnisch-Hercegovinisches Landesmuseum in Sara- 
jevo. Wissenschaftl. Mittheil. aus Bosnien u. d. 
Hercegovina. IVien, 1894. 4^. v. 2, pp. 30 x- 

313.) 

Hoernes (Moriz). AlterthUmer der Hercego- 
vina. (Kais. Akad. d. Wissensch. Pbilos.-Hist. 
CI. Sitzungsb. Bd. 97, pp. 491-612. Wien, 1881. 
8^) 

AlterthUmer der Hercegovina (11.) und 

der sQdlichen Theile Bosniens, nebst einer Abhand- 
lung Uber die r^mischen Strassen und Orte im heu- 
tigen Bosnien. (Kais. Akad. d. Wissensch. Philos.- 
Hist. CI. Sitzungsb. Bd. 99, pp. 799-946. i map. 
Wien, 1882. 8 .) 

Culturskizzen aus der Hercegovina. (Oester- 

reichisches Jahrbuch. 188 1, pp. 23-49. Witn, 
1881. 8'.) 

Hofiaann (A.) SHugetierreste aus einigen 
Braunkohlenablagerungen Bosniens und der Her- 
zegowina. illus., 3 pi. (Bosnisch-Hercegovin- 
isches Landesmuseum in Sarajevo. Wissenschaftl. 
Mittheil. aus Bosnien u. d. Hercegovina. Wien, 

1909. 4*. V. II, pp. 558-571.) 

Holbaeh (Maude M.) Bosnia and Herze- 
govina. Some wayside wanderings, by M. M. 
Holbach. With 48 illustrations from photographs- 
by O. Holbach, and a map. London: J, Lane, 

1910. 248 p., I 1., I map, 42 pi., 6 port. 12**. 

IlljrrieaSt pseud. La Bosnia ed Erzeg6vina 
neir avvenire dell' Adriatico. 2 maps. (Riv. 
marittima. Roma^ 1909. 8*. anno 42, pp. 539- 

559.) 

Ippen (Theodor von). Rascien. (Bosnisch- 
Hercegovinisches Landesmuseum in Sarajevo. 
Wissenschaftl. Mittheil. aus Bosnien u. d. Herce- 
govina. Wien^ 1894. 4*. V. 2, pp. 473-482.) 

Ivanovitch (Mil. R.) Europe and the an> 
nexation of Bosnia and Herzegovina. (Fort. Rev. 
London, 1909. 4*. (n. s.) v. 85, pp. 1-18.) 

Janker (Otto). Ueber das Verbal tniss der 
Ansiedlungen in Bosnien und der Hercegovina zur 
geologischen Beschaffenheit des Untergrundes. 
(Bosnisch-Hercegovinisches Landesmuseum in Sa- 
rajevo. Wissenschaftl. Mittheil. aus Bosnien u. d. 
Hercegovina. Wien, 1902. 4°. v. 8, pp. 587- 

617.) 

Karlinski (Justin). Kieselalgen- (Diatomeen-) 
Flora Bosniens und der Hercegovina. (Bosnisch- 
Hercegovinisches Landesmuseum in Sarajevo. 
Wissenschaftl. Mittheil. aus Bosnien u. d. Herce- 
govina. Wien, 1897. 4°. V. 5, pp. 464-479.) 

Die Messungen der Tiefe des Borkesees 

bei Konjica. 3 pi. (Bosnisch-Hercegovinisches 
Landesmuseum in Sarajevo. Wissenschaftl. Mit- 
theil. aus Bosnien u. d. Hercegovina. Wien, 

1893. 4°. V. I, pp. 542-548.) 

Karolyi (Arpad von). * ' Vlachen "-Auswan- 
derung aus der Gegend von Bihac zu Ende des 16. 
Jahrhunderts. illus. (Bosnisch-Hercegovinisches 
Landesmuseum in Sarajevo. Wissenschaftl. Mit- 
theil. aus Bosnien u. d. Hercegovina. Wien, 

1894. 4". V. 2, pp. 258-267.) 



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LIST OF WORKS RELATING TO THE BALKANS 



Bosnia and Herzegovina, confd, 

K%taer (Friedrich). Die ehemalij^e Vergletsch- 
•erung der Vratnica planina in Bosnien. (Globus. 
V. 8i, pp. 37-39. Braunschweig^ 1902.) 

Das Eisenerzgebiet von Vares in Bosnien. 

I pi. (Berg. u. Hattenmannisches Jahrb. v. 48, 
pp. 99-160. Wien, 1900.) 

Geologiscber FOhrer durch Bosnien und die 

Hercegovina. Herausgegeben anlSsslich des ix. 
internationalen Geologencongresses von der Lan- 
desregierung in Sarajevo. Sarajevo: Landesdruck" 
4rei^ 1903. 3 p.l., 280 p., 2 1., 8 maps, illus. 8**. 

Kispatie (Miso). Die Icrystallinischen Ge- 
«teine der bosnischen Serpentinzone. (Bosnisch- 
Hercegovinisches Landesmuseum in Sarajevo. Wis- 
senschaftl. Mittheil. aus Bosnien a. d. Hercego- 
vina. Wien, 1900. 4'. V. 7. PP- 377-484-) 

Mineralozke biljezke iz Bosne. (Jugosla- 

venska Akademija znanosti i umjetnosti. Rad. U 
Zagrehu^ 1902. 8". Knjiga 151, pp. 28-68.) 

Kittl (Ernst). Geologie der Umgebung von 
Sarajevo. 4 pi. (Jahrb. d. K. K. geol. Relchsan; 
stalt. Jahrg. 1903, v. 53, pp. 515-743. Wien, 
1904.) 

Klarie (Ivan) and Anton Elias Caric. Ver- 
lobuugs- und Hochzeitzbrftuche in Bosnien und 
Dalmatien. (Bosnisch- Hercegovinisches Landes- 
museum in Sarajevo. Wissenschafti. Mittheil. aus 
Bosnien u. d. Hercegovina. Wien^ 1899. 4'. v. 6, 
pp. 633-648.) 

Knell (£tienne). La Bosnie et THerz^govine. 
£tude d'histoire politique et ^conomique. Paris: 
A. Rousseau, igoo. xv, 204 p., i 1. 8". 

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Knoiek (Johann). Die bosnisch -hercegovin- 
ischen Borkenk&fer. 2 pi. (Bosnisch- Hercegovin- 
isches Landesmuseum in Sarajevo. Wissenschafti. 
Mittheil. aus Bosnien u. d. Hercegovina. Wien, 
1894. 4'. V. 2, pp. 553-559.) 

Koch (Ferdinand). Ein Beryll aus dem Gebirge 
Motajica planina in Bosnien. 2 pi. (Bosnisch- 
Hercegovinisches Landesmuseum in Sarajevo. Wis- 
senschafti. Mittheil. aus Bosnien u. d. Hercego- 
vina. Wien, 1902. 4°. V. 8, pp. 427-436.) 

Koetsehet (JoseO- Aus Bosniens letzter 

Tttrkenzeit. VerOffentlicht von Gcorg Grassl. 

Wien: A, Hartleben, 1905. vii, no p., I port. 

8°. (Zur Kunde der Balkanhalbinsel. Reisen und 

Beobachtungen. Heft 2.) 

Osman Pascha, der letzte grosse Wesier 

Bosniens und seine Nachfolger. Hinterlassene 
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Sarajevo: D. A, Kajon, 1909. 2 p.l., ii, i 1., 87 p. 
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Beobachtungen. Hrsgb. von C. Patsch. Heft. 9.) 

Koseak (Jean). La Bosnie et I'Herzegovine. 
■(Bull. Soc. roy. de geog. d'Anvers. v. 25, pp. 277- 
290. Anvers, 1901.) 

Koshutich (R.) Serbski, narod i anneksiya 
Bosnii i Hertzegoviny. St, Petersburg: M, A, 
Aleksandrov, 1908. 56 p. 8"*. 

Kovaeevle (Constantin). Die Ansgrabungen 
auf dem Jezerinafelde unterhalb Pritoka bei Bihac. 
illus. (Bosnisch- Hercegovinisches Landesmuseum 



in Sarajevo. Wissenschafti. Mittheil. aus Bosnien 
u. d. Hercegovina. Wien^ 1893. 4°. v. i, pp. 
189-194.) 

Denkmftler und Ueberlieferungen im Bezirke 

Bihac. illus. (Bosnisch- Hercegovinisches Landes- 
museum in Sarajevo. Wissenschafti. Mittheil. auf 
Bosnien u. d. Hercegovina. fVien, iSg^, 4^. v. i, 
pp. 445-456.) 

Kriekl ( RudolQ- Der auswSrtige Waren verkehr 
von Bosnien und der Herzegowina 1 898-1902. 
(Statist. Monatschr. n. s. Jahrg. 9 (30), pp. 31-35. 
fVien, 1904.) 

Entwicklung. des auswflrtigen Waaren- 

verkehres Bosniens und der Hercegovina im Trien- 
nium 1898, 1899, ^900. (Statist. Monatschr. n. s. 
Jahrg. 6 (Jahrg. 27), pp. 49^503. fVien, 1901.) 

Krolopp ( Alf r^). Bosznia- Herczegovina mez5- 
gazdas&gi viszonyat kQl5n0s tekintettel a kincst&ri 
mezOgazdasagi allomdsokra es mintaparasztgazdasd- 
gokra. Budapest: Pallas R/szv/nytdrsasdg Nyom- 
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Das volksthUmliche Haus in Bosnien und 

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Das Pbpovopolje in der Hercegovina und die 

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Die '*Vjetrenica"-H0hle in Zavala, illus. 

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Radimsky (W.) Die alterthQmer der Hoche- 
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Archaologische TagebuchblSltter. illus. 

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Bericht ttber die Ausgrabungen von Doma- 

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Das Biscepolje bei Mostar. Arch^ologisch- 

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vinisches Landesmuseum in Sarajevo. Wissen- 
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Die Gradina Cungar bei Cazin. illus. (Bos- 
niscb-Hercegovinisches Landesmuseum in Sara- 
jevo. Wissenschaftl. Mittheil. aus Bosnien u. d. 
Hercegovina. Wien, 1896. 4**. v. 4, pp. 73-93) 

Die Kirchenruine von Dabravina im Bezirke 

Visoko. illus. (Bosniscb-Hercegovinisches Lan- 
desmuseum in Sarajevo. Wissenschaftl. Mittheil. 



aus Bosnien u. d. Hercegovina. JVien, 1894. 4^» 
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Die Nekropole von Jezerine in Pritoka bei 

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Pr&historische und r()mische Ruinen und 

Bauwerke im Flussgebiet der Sana, illus. (Bos- 
nisch- Hercegovinisches Landesmuseum in Sarajevo. 
Wissenschaftl. Mittheil. aus Bosnien u. d. Herce- 
govina. Wien, 1893. 4°. v. i, pp. 203-217.) 

Pr&historiscbe Wallbauten im Bezirke Bihac. 

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Skeletgraber der Hallstattperiode im Bezirke 

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Die vorgeschichtlichen und rOmischen Al- 
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Badimsky (W.), and others. Der prShisto- 
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Bosma and Hemegovina, cont'd. 

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illas. (Bosnisch-Hercegovinisches Landesmuseum 

in Sarajevo. Wissenschaftl. Mittheil. aai Bosnien 

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Die Regieraog des Banns Tntko (1353- 

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Zazablje in der Hercegovina, dem alten 

Hum. Mit einem Nachworte von Peter Bosnjak, 
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govinisches Landesmuseum in Sarajevo. Wissen- 
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Zwei bosnische KOniginen. (Bosnisch-Her- 
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Thall6ei7 (Lodwig). Herzog Henroja xxud 
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Wie und wann wurde Hervoja Gross-voj- 

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Archilotogische Forschungen auf der Burg 

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HOgelgrftber und Ringwillle auf der Hoch- 



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Die Katacomben von Jajce. illus. (Bos- 
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Die ** phrygische MQtze " in Bosnien. illus. 

(Bosnisch-Hercegovinisches Landesmuseum in Sar- 
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515.) 

Die Tatowirung bei den Katholiken Bos- 
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Truhelka (Giro), an^/ Gonstantin HOrmann. 
Olovo. illus. (Bosnisch-Hercegovinisches Lan- 
desmuseum in Sarajevo. Wissenschaftl. Mittheil. 
aus Bosnien u. d. Hercegovina. Wien, 1894. 4**. 
▼. 2, pp. 235-247.) 



36 



LIST OF WORKS RELATING TO THE BALKANS 



Bosnia and Herzegovina, confd. 

Ufl^arte de Ercilla (E.) La anexi6a de Bos- 
nia y Herzegovina al imperio austro-hungaro. 
(Razony Fe. Madrid, 1908-09. 8*. v. 22, pp. 
464-475; V. 23, pp. 59-75.) 

Verhoeff (Karl). Diplopodenfauna von Bosnien, 

Hercegovina und Dalmatien. (Bosnisch-Hercego- 

vinisches Landesmuseum in Sarajevo. Wissen- 

schafti. Mittheil. aas Bosnien u. d. Hercegovina. 

Wiat^ 1899. 4". V. 6, pp. 746-766.) 

Vesniteh (Milenko R.) L'annexion de la Bos- 
n!e-Herzegovine et le droit international. (Rev. 
de droit internat. et de legislat. comp. BruxelUs, 
1909. 8*. ser. 2, V. 11, pp. 123-141.) 

Viator* pseud. The truth abont Bosnia and 
the Herzegovina. (Fortnightly Rev. London, 
1908. 8**. n. s. V. 84 (v. 90), pp. 1007-1016.) 

Viollis (Jean). La Bosnie-Herzegovine et la 
question des Balkans. (Grande rev. v. 20 (1902, 
V. i), pp. 682-707. Paris, 1902.) 

VitanoTie (Timotheus). Das Kloster Ozren. 
Mit einem Anhange und einer Erwiderung von 
Georg v. Stratimirovic und einem Nachworte von 
Hilarion Ruvarac. illus. (Bosnisch-Hercegovini- 
sches Landesmuseum in Sarajevo. Wissenschaftl. 
Mittheil. aus Bosnien u. d. Hercegovina. IVien, 
1893. 4'. v. I, pp. 386-401.) 

Valetic-Viikaso'vie (Vid). Anleitung zur 
Vorbereitung fQr den heiligen Gottesdienst in den 
allgemeinen Kirchenregein des Klosters Zavala. 
(Bosnisch-Hercegovinisches Landesmuseum in Sar- 
ajevo. Wissenschaftl. Mittheil. aus Bosnien u. d. 
Hercegovina. JVien, 1893. 4'. v. i, pp. 368- 

374) 

■ Weiflbaeh (A.) Pr&historische Schadel vom 
Glasinac. (Bosnisch-Hercegovinisches Landes- 
museum in Sarajevo. Wissenschaftl. Mittheil. aus 
Bosnien u. d. Hercegovina. IVien, 1897. 4°. 
V. 5, pp. 562-576.) 

Wennseh (J. R. von). Die Eisenbahnen von 
Dalmatien, Bosnien und Herzegowina. (Ztsch. d. 
6sterr. Ingen. u. Architekten-Vereines. Jahrg. 55, 
pp. 491-501. JVien, 1903.) 

Yriarte (C. E.) Bosnie et Herz^govine; sou- 
venirs de voyage pendant Tinsurrection . . . Paris, 
1876. pi., map. 12°. 

Zahlbruckner (Alex. ) Materialien zur Flech- 
tenfiora Bosniens und der Hercegovina. (Bosnisch- 
Hercegovinisches Landesmuseum in Sarajevo. 
Wissenschaftl. Mittheil. aus Bosnien u. d. Herce- 
govina. IVien, 1895. 4". V. 3, pp. 596-614.) 

Zarsyeki (M. v.), and others. Die Aladza- 
Moschee in Foca. illus., 2 pi. (Bosnisch-Herce- 
govinisches Landesmuseum in Sarajevo. Wissen- 
schaftl. Mittheil. aus Bosnien u. d. Hercegovina. 
Wien, 1894. 4% v. 2, pp. 248-257.) 

Zlatarski (Georg N.) Ein geologischer Be- 
richt (Iber die Srednja Gora, zwischen den FlUssen 
Topolnica und Strema. (Kais. Akad. d. Wis- 
sensch. Math.-naturwissensch. CI. Denkschr. Bd. 
57. pp. 559-568, I map. Wien, 1890. f°.) 

Bulgaria. 

Bibliography. 

DrinoT (M.) Fervata bolgarska tipografiya v 
Solun i nyekoi ot napechatnitye v neya knigi. (Peri- 



odichesko spisanie na bolgarskoto knizhovno druzh- 
estvo V Sryedetz. v. 31, pp. 1-25. Sryedetz, \ZZf^.) 

Isehirkoir (Anastas). Bibliographie. (In 
his: Sttdbulgarien. p.l. 4. Leipzig, 1896. 8*".) 

PetkoT (Georg). Bibliographie. (In his: Die 
sozialen und wirthschaftlicher VerhUltnisse in Bui- 
garien vor der Befreiung. pp. v-vi. Erlangen, 
1906. 8'.) 

Samaelson (James). Bibliography of Bulga- 
ria. (In his: Bulgaria past and present, pp. 227^ 
229. London, 1888. 8''.) 

Periodicals. 

Annaaire international du commerce et de 
rindustrie du royaume de Bulgarie. .. [Edited by] 
K. D. Spissarevsky and R. P. Kossef. 1909. Sofia, 
1909. 4*. 

Biblioteka na Slavyanska Besyeda. Year 
i-iv. Sofiya, 1906-1908, 1909, no. i. 12**. 

Bolffarskjr Naroden Sbornik. Sobran, nare- 
den i izdaden ot Vasiliya Cholakova. Belgrad: V 
pechatnitzye-tye na Tzentralnoto Uchiliskche, 1872* 
part I (all published), xxiv, 356, xii p. 8''. 

Oodishnik na demokraticheskata partiya. 
Year i-ii. Sofiya: Piotr Glushkov &• Co,, 1905- 
1906. 12*. 

Isvyestiya na istoricheskoto druzhestvo v 
Sofiya. V. i-li. Sofiya: Pridvorna Pechatnitza 
na Bratya Proshekovi, 1905-1906. 8*. 

K. (V.) Sudby periodichcskoi pechati v Bolga- 
rii, istoriko-kriticheskiocherk. (In: Vyestnik Yev- 
ropy. V. 201, pp. 746-799. St. Petersburg, 1900.) 

Kniskitsi za prochit. S belletristichesko, tekh* 
nichesko, nauchno. . .sodorzhanie Izdanie i pechat 
na knizharnitzata K. G. Samardzhiyev & Co. Nos. 
i-io. Solun: Skoropechatnitza na S. Muratori &* 
Cie., 1889. 8'. 

No more published. 

Periodiekesko spisanie na Bolgarskoto Kniz- 
hovno Druzhestvo v Sryedetz i Sofiya. V. D, 
Stoyanov, ed. Sryedetz (v. 1-57); Sophia{s^-4i2), 
Z882-1901. 62 in 17. 8*". 

Ratnikt list za vojne nauke, novosti i knizhev- 

nost. Belgrad: Derzhavna Shtamparija, 1878- 
98. 8°. 

1879, i^o* x-7. 189?, no. x-xo. 

x88o, no. x-8. xSga, no. x-8. 

x88x, no. x-8. 1893. no. x-5. 

x88a, no. x-9. X8941 no. x-xa. 

1886, no. x-8. 1895, no. x-xo. 

X887, no. x-io. 1896, no. x-7. 

x888, no. x-a. X897, no. x-xa. 

X889, no. x-9. X898, no. x-9. 

X890, no. x-9. 

Sbornik za narodni umotvoreniya, nauka 1 
knizhnina. Vol. 1-24 (Year 1889-1908). Sophia: 
Min. na narodn, prosvyeshchenie, 4*. 

SkiskmanoT (Iv. D.) Dosetgodishninata na 
Sbornika, i889-'99. (Sbornik za Narodni, Umot- 
voreniya, Nauka i Knizhnina. v. 16-17, PP< 
v-xviii. Sofia, 1900.) 

SlaTiyevi Gori (Rodopi). Spisanie za Narodni 
umotvoreniya, nauka i obshchestvenni znaniya. 
Year i, nos. 1-7. Plovdiv: *' Stara-Planina,** 
1894. 8'. 

No more published. 



LIST OF WORKS RELATING TO THE BALKANS 



37 



Bulgaria, confd. 

General Works. 

Antonif arkhimandrit. Konstantin, yepiskop 
bolgarski i negovoto pouchitelno Yevangelie. Prye- 
vod ot D. Tzuklev. (Periodichesko sptsanie na 
bolg. knizhovno dnizhestvo v Sryedetz. v. 21, pp. 
373-425. Sryedetz, 1887. V. 

Apfelbeek (Victor). Bericht ttber die im Jahre 
1892 ausgefahrte entomoiogische Expedition nach 
Bulgarien und Ostrumeiien. (Bosnisch-Herce- 
govinisches Landesmuscum in Sarajevo. Wissen- 
schaftl. Mittheil. aus Bosnien u. d. HercegoTina. 
IVien, 1894. 4". V. 2, pp. 543-552) 

ApostoloT (P.) Rodopska svadba. (Sbornik 
ca Narodni Umotyoreniya, Nauka i Knizhnina. 
▼.21, pp. 1-28. Sofia, 1905.) 

ArifiroT (S.) Lyublyanskiyat bolgarski nikopis 
ot XVII vyek. (Sbornik za Narodni Umotvoreniya, 
Naaka i Knizhnina. v. 12, pp. 463-560. Sofia, 
1895.) 

Yedin bolgarski nikopis ot xvii vyek v 

Prazhkiya muzei. (Periodichesko sptsanie na bol- 
garskoto knizhovno dnizhestvo v Sryedetz. v. 44, 
pp. 201-246. Sryedetz, 1894.) 



(J.) Le monastere da Rilo. (Monde 
inodeme. n. s. v. 3, pp. 161-169. Paris, 1906.) 

• Ameth (Joseph Calasanza von). " Archaeo- 
legische Analekten." Aus Balgarien. (Kais. Akad. 
d. Wissensch. Philos.-Hist. CI. Sitzungsb. Bd. 7, 
pp. 67-73. ^i^fi [1852]. 8'.) 

Arranf^ement commercial et douanier entre 
Tempire Ottoman et la principaute de Bulgarie. 
(Archives diplomat, ser. 3, v. 102, pp. 259-290. 
Paris, 1907.) 

Arrang^ement concernant T^change des man- 
dats de poste entre la Russie (la Finlande y com- 
prise) et la Bulgarie. Sign^ k St.-Petersbourg et k 
Sofia le 10/23 juillet 1902. (Archives Diplomatiques. 
ser. 3, V. 2 (v. 94), pp. 415-419. Paris, 1905.) 

Aalneaa (J.) La Bulgarie dans les Balkans. 
(Rev. polit. et parlementaire. Paris, 1909. 4^. 
V. 61, pp. 272-293.) 

BaehmetyeT (P.) Golyeminata na Bolgarski- 
tye peperudi v sravnenie s Zapadno-yevropeiskitye. 
(Periodichesko spisanie na bolgarskoto knizhovno 
druzhestvo v Sryedetz. v. 57, pp. 34-48. Sryedetz, 
1898.) 

BaikiiaheT(K.) Pak po nashitye gori. (Pe- 
riodichesko spisanie na bolgarskoto knizhovno 
druzhestvo v Sryedetz. v. 54, pp. 835-58. Srye- 
detz, 1896.) 

BakaloT (I .) Materiali za istoriyata na nyekoi 
manastiri v Bolgariya. (Sbornik za Narodni Umot- 
voreniya Nauka i Knizhnina. v. 12, pp. 339-348. 
Sofia, 1895.) 

Baker (Valentine). Pasha. War in Bulgaria: a 
narrative of personal experiences. London: S. 
Low, Marston, Searle <&* Rivington, 1879. 2 v. 
5 maps. 8*. 

BakhmetyeT (I.) Kolyebaniyata na podpoch- 
▼enata voda i tyekhnata svorzka s zemnitye elek- 
tricheski tokoye v Sofiya i neinitye okolnosti. 
(Sbornik za Narodni Umotvoreniya, Nauka i Knizh- 
nina. V. 14, pp. 102-128. Sofia, 1897.) 



BakhmetyeT (P.) Material za izuchvanye 
zemnitye elektricheski tokove v Bolgariya. (Sbor- 
nik za Narodni Umotvoreniya, Nauka i Knizhnina. 
V. 12, pp. 58-120. Sofia, 1895.) 

BalabanoT (Marko D.) Otziv v Bolgariya po 
Venelinovitye pisma. (Sbornik za Narodni Umot- 
voreniya, Nauka i Knizhnina. v. 2, pp. 285-309. 
Sofia, 1890.) 

Balakt0ehieff(llija). Die rechtliche Stellung 
des FQrstentams Bulgarien. WUrtburgi Gnad ^ 
Cie., 1893. I p.l.. (I) 6-83 (I) p. 8'. 

BalaseheT (G.) Bolgarskiyat gospodar Tervel. 
(Periodichesko spisanie na bolgarskoto knizhovno 
druzhestvo v Sryedetz. v. 57, pp. 49-61. Sryedetz, 
1898.) 

- Novi izvyestiya za cherkovnoto vyedomstvo 
naVidinskata i Sofiskata yeparkhiya pryez pervitye 
godini na tyekhnoto zavladyevane ot turtzitye. 
(Sbornik za Narodni Umotvoreniya, Nauka i Knizh- 
nina. V. 18, pp. 132-170. Sofia, 1901.) 

Barkley (H. C.) Bulgaria before the war, 
during seven years' experience of European Turkey 
and its inhabitants. London, 1877. X2**. 

BasaanoTieh (I.) Lomskiyat okrug. (Sbornik 
za Narodni Umotvoreniya. Nauka i Knizhnina. 
▼. 5f pp. 3-185. Sofia, 1 891.) 

Battenberi^ (Franz Joseph von), Prinz, Die 
volkswirthschaftliche Entwicklung Bulgariens von 
1879 bis zur Gegenwart. Nach amtlichen Quellen 
bearbeitet. Leipzig: Veit &* Co,, 1891. x. 202 p. 

4'. 
B^rard (Victor). Le memorandum bulgare. 

(Rev. de Paris. 1903, v. 5, pp. 424-444. Paris, 
1903.) 

Blai^yeT (D.) Prinos kom istoriyata na sot- 
zializma v Bolgariya. Sofiya: ** Balkan," 1906. 
3 V. 8". 

Blanqui (Adolphe Jer6me). Voyage en Bul- 
garie pendant I'ann^e 1841. Paris: W. Coquebert, 
1843. ». 414 p. 12'. 

Bloeh (Adolphe). Origine turque des Bulgares. 
(Soc. d'anthrop. de Paris. Bull, et mem. ser. 5, 
V. 4. pp. 537-546. PaHs, 1903.) 

' BobeheT (S. S. ) Bolgarskata chelyanda ladruga 
V segasno i minalo vryeme. (Sbornik za Narodni 
Umotvoreniya. Nauka i Knizhnina. v. 22-23. pt< 2, 
pp. 1-207. Sofia, i9o6-*07.) 

Prinos kom istoriyata na bolgarskoto voz- 

razhdane. Pop Andreya Robovski. (Sbornik za 
Narodni Umotvoreniya. Nauka i Knizhnina. v. 21. 
pp. 1-17. Sofia, 1905.) 

Sbornik na Bolgarskitye yuridicheski obi- 

chai. Plovdiv: ^*Yedinstvo,**\ZKy], parti. 302 p. 

8^ 

BoeheTaroT (M.) Meteorologicheski nablyu- 
deniya za Sofiya (ot i- Mart 1887 god do i- Mart 
1889). (Sbornik za Narodni Umotvoreniya. Nauka 
i Knizhnina. v. i, pp. 291-301. Sofia, 1889.) 

Nyeskolko byelyezhki za klimatot y Sofiya. 

(Sbornik za Narodni Umotvoreniya, Nauka i Knizh- 
nina. V. I, pp. 312-315. Sofia, 1889.) 

Bolgariya v tzaruvanieto na Nikifora Foka. 
(Sbornik za Narodni Umotvoreniya, Nauka i Knizh- 
nina. V. 5, pp. 233-266. SofiA, 1 891.) 



38 



LIST OF WORKS RELATING TO THE BALKANS 



Bulgaria, confd, 

Bolj^araka Starina, povremeno spisanie izda- 
vayemo v neupredyelno vremya ot G. S. Rakov- 
skavo. Bucharest: S. Rasidtsk^ 1865. book i. 
I ed. 206 p. 4''. 
'No more published. 

Bousquet (Georges). Les chemins de fer bal- 
gares. Paris: Imp, Chaix [1909?] 45 (i) p., I map. 
8'. 

Brailsford (H. N.) The Bulgarians of Mace- 
donia; a psychological study. (Fortnightly Rev. 
V. 81 (n. s. V. 75), pp. 1049-1059.) 

Buelena (F.) La Bulgarie contemporaine. 
Edition officielie du Minist^re du Commerce et de 
TAgriculture de Bulgarie. Bruxelles: R, &> If, 
Foure%y 1905. 364, iii p., 2 diag., i table. 8**. 

Bal^^ares (Les), par un diplomate. Paris: E, 
Ltroux, 1894. 56 p., I tab. 16**. (Bibliot. slave 
elzevirienne, t. 11.) 

Bulgaria. 

UNpsR THE Treaty of Berlin. 

1878-date. 

Constitution, Constitution de la principaut^ de 
Bulgarie. Revis^e par la iv-me Grande Assem- 
bl^e Nationale dans sa seance du 15/27 mai 
1893. Sophia: Typographie B, Simdcek, Im- 
primeur de la Cour^ 1893. 69 p. 24". 

Text in Bulgarian and in French. See aho below Grand 
Sobranje. 

The French text of the first constitution of Bulgaria, 
adopted at Tirnovo, April 16/28, 1879, is printed in the British 
and Foreign State Papers, ▼. 70, p. 1303 et seq. The constitu- 
tion of Z879 was suspended in 1881 and re-established in 1883, 
the modincations voted b)[ the Sobranje not having been rati- 
fied hj the Grand Sobranje. {See below Grand Sobranje.) 

Grand Sobranje, [Journal of proceedings.] 

z. 1879. Lacking. (Election of Prince Alexander.) 
3. 1883. " (Constitutional revision.) 

3. Oct. 1886-ApriI, 1887. (Election of Prince Ferdinand.) 

4. May 3-X7, 1893, (Constitutional revision.) 

Text in Bulgarian. The Grand Sobranje is a specially 
elected body convened to decide questions of territory, the 
constitution or of the regency. 

Ministerski Sovyet. Doklad do Negovo Tzarsko 
Visochestvo Bolgarskiya Knyaz Ferdinand I. 
Ot Ministerskiya sovyet (i 887-1907). Sofiya: 
Derzhavna Pechatnitza^ 1907. 664 p. f*. 

Ministerstvo Finansitye, Sbornik na okrzhzhnitye 
pisma. . .1888-1891, 1893-1897. Sofiya^ 1889- 
1898. 8^ 

Ministerstvo na vnutryeshnitye raboti. Spisk na 
naselenitye myesta v Bolgariya. Izladen ot min- 
isterstvoto na vnutryeshnitye raboti. Sofiya: 
Derzhavna Pechatnitza^ 1906. 172 p. 8°. 

Sobranje, (Parliament; unicameral.) Qournal of 
proceedings.] 



Under Prince Alexander. 
X sobranje, const, sess. 1879. Feb. xo- April x6. 



rX 

3 
3 

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1879. Oct. 21-Nov. 34. 

1880. March 23- June 4. 
1880. Oct. X5-Dec. x8. 
1882/3. Dec. lo-Feb. 13. 
1883. Sept. 4-Dec. 35. 
1884/5. Oct. xj-Feb. I. 
1886. June-July. Lacking. 



I v. 

X V. 
I V. 

3V. 

3 V. 

3V. 
4V. 



Under the Regency. 
4 sobranje, 3 aess. 1886. Sept-Oct. Lju:king. 



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1887. Oct, X5-Dcc. 17. 6 V. 
x888. Oct. X5-Dec. x8. xo v. 
X889. Oct. 82-Dec. 17. 3 V. 
X890. Oct. X5-Dec. x6. 3 v. 
X89X. Oct. 15-Dec. xs- 7 V. 
x893. Oct. x5-Dec. X5. 4 v. 
only sess.) 1893. Oct. X5-Dec. xs. 
1894. Oct. X5-Dec. 3o. 3 v. 
1895/6. Oct. 19- Feb. 4. 3 V. 
X896/7. Dec. x-Feb. 37. 4 v. 
1897. Oct. X5-Dec. xs. 3 V. 
X898. Oct. X5-Dec. X9. 4 V. 
sess. X 899. May X 6- June 38. 3 V. 
sess. 1899/00. Oct. X 5- Jan. 33. 6v. 

Oct. xs-Wov. 39. 

Feb. 33- Aug. 36. 

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1901 

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X903 



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Oct. X5-DCC. 3X. 

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1904/S. 
X905/6. 

X906/7. Oct. xs-J« 
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1907. Oct. X5-Dec. 32. 5 V. 
X908/9. Oct. 15- Jan. 36. 7 v. 



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X V. 



Direction de la StatisHque, 

Census (Buildings). 

R£suLTATs du recensements des b^timents dans la 
principaute de Bulgarie au 31 decembre, 1900. 
Sophia, 1905. 2 p.l., 3-299 p. V, 

In Bulgarian and French. 

An enumeration by departments and communes of dwelU 
inj^, hotels, inns, public buildings, schools, churches, monas- 
teries, mosques, factories, shops, bakeries, etc., etc. One 
earlier similar enumeration had bosn taken in X893. 

Census (Industries). 

Recensement des industries encourag^es par 
Tetat (31 decembre 1904). Sofia, 1906. xzii^ 
loi p. r. 

In Bulgarian and French. 

The first enumeration of this nature in Bulgaria. 

Census (Livestock). 

R£suLTATS du recensement du betail, des oiseaux 
de basse-cour, des chars et des outils et machines 
agricoles dans la principaute de Bulgarie au 31 
decembre 1900. Sophia, 1906. livraisons 1-2. 
f^ 

In Bulgarian and French. 

This is the third livestock census taken by Bulgaria.^ The 
first was taken on Dec. 31, 1887, by authority of the Minister 
of War. It included only horses, mules, bunalos, oxen, cows 
and calves. It was published by the Minister of War in 1890. 
The second was taken on Dec. 31, X892, together with the cen- 
sus of population and of buildings. This census was pub- 
lished in 189^. It included for the first time fowls, and data 
concerning sneep, goats and hogs, taken from returns of the 
Ministry of Finance. The census of 1900 is the third livestock 
census. In it are enumerated for the first time agricultural 
implements. 

Census (Population). 

R^SULTATS generaux du denombrement de la 
population de la principaute de Bulgarie au i^r 
Janvier 1893. Sophia, 1897. 2 p.l., 417 p. f*. 

The first census of population of Bulgparia was taken in 
Jan., i88z, the second in Jan., 1888, the third in X893 and the 
fourth in 1900, the fifth and last in 1905. 

Statistics (Agriculture). 

Statistique agricole pour I'annee 1903-1904. 

Sofia, 1907-1908. £". 

An earlier compilation of agricultural statistics had been ' 
published for the years X896/7-1808/9 resp. The collection 
of agricultural statistics had then been suspended until XQ03 
when the above series was inaugurated. The volume tor 
X903 contains summaries for the years X897-X899. 



LIST OF WORKS RELATING TO THE BALKANS 



39 



Bulgaria, confd, 

Statbtics (Commerce). 

Serial. 

The form of pablication of the Bolgarian serial oommerdal 
•Utistics underwent a chanijre in 1895. The publications 
which the Library has, at present, of each period are grouped 
as A and B reap. 

A. 

Statistique des moavements de la navijration 

pendant les ann^es 1891-94. Sophia, 1895. f*". 

One earlier volume, whieh is not in the Ubcmry, had been 
published for the yean 1886 to 1890, under the title '' Mouve- 
ment des navires par ports.^* 

Statistique da commerce de la principaate de 
Bulgarie avec les pays Strangers pendant i'ann^ 

1889. Sophia, 1890. f*. 
Published annually from x88o to 1894. 

B. 

MouvBMfiNT commercial de la Balgarie avec les 
pays Strangers. Mouvement de la navigation 
par ports. Prix moyens dans les principales 
villes pendant le mois. . . Sophia, 1 896-1 897. f. 

X895 Dec. 

1896 Jan.-Feb., April-Dec. 

1897 July. 

Published monthly since 1895. 

Continued as: 

Mouvement commercial de la Balgarie avec les 

pays Strangers, mouvement de la navigation par 

ports et priz moyens dans les principales villes 

pendant le. . .trimestre. . . Sojia, 1905-1906. f*. 

1905 trim. X, 4. X906 trim. 1-4. 
X907 " 1-4. X908 " I, 3. 
Published quarterly since 1898. 

Statisque da commerce de la principaat^ de Bul- 
garie avec les pays Strangers, mouvement de la 
navigation et prix moyens annuels des animaux 
domestiques, des principaux articles alimentaires 
et des joumees pendant Tannee 1905-1906. 
Sojia, 1906-1907. r. 

Published annually since 1895. 

NON-SBRIAL. 

Statistique decennale du commerce ext^rieur de 
la Bulgarie 1 886-1 895. Sofia, 1906. xxxiii, 537 p. 

r. 

In Bulgarian and French. The sutistics are for Bulgaria 

K-oper only and do not include Southern Bulgaria (Eastern 
oumelia). 

Commerce ext^rieur de la Bulgarie pendant les 
annees 1 897-1903. Sofia, 1905. 2 p.l., xxxviii, 

393 (I) p. r. 

In Bulgarian and French. 

Statistics (Electoral). 

Statistique des Elections des deputes pour la 
II. -12. Assembl^e Nationale Ordinaire, 1901- 
1902. Sophia, 1904. r. 

In Bulgarian and French. One earlier nmilar publication 
kas been issued, viz. for the tenth (1899/00) National Assem- 
bly. 

Statistics (Industrial). 

Statistique des prix moyens des animaux domes- 
tiques, des principaux articles alimentaires et 
des salaires des ouvriers en Bulgarie pendant la 
periode decennale iS<)3'i902. Sofia, 1906. xvii, 
121 p. V, 

Statistics (Military). 

Statistique du recrutement militaire regulier pen- 
dant les annees 1900, igo2. Sofia, 1907. f**. 
In Bulgarian and French. This series has been published 

annually since X897. 



Statistics (Population). 

Statistique de T^migration de la princtpaut^ dans 

des pays Strangers de 1893- 1902. Sophia, 1905. 

viii, 165 p. r. 

In Bulgarian and French. Shows the emigration from 
Bnl^^aria in each year from 1893 to x9oa by destination, pro- 
fession and age. 

Sutistics (Schools). 

£cOLBS PrIMAIRBS. 

Statistique des ecoles dans la principaute de 
Balgarie pendant Tann^ scolaire... Sofia, 
1897. F*. 



1894/5, pt. X. 

Published in this form for 1804/5-1895/6 i 

ihool year. The series had been puolii 



,_ ^6 in 3 parts for each 
school year. The series had been published since 1888/9 
as ** Statistique scolaire/' annually, 1888/9-1 890/1, and as 
^* Statistique des tfcoles primaires," X89X/3-X893/4, annually. 

Continued as: 

Statistique des Ecoles primaires dans la princi- 
paut^ de Bulgarie pendant Tannee 1903-1904. 
Sofia, 1907. £•. 
Published annually, in this form, since 1898-9. 

Statistics (Vital). 

Serial. 
Mouvement de la population par arrondissements 
et d^partements pendant Tannee 1902, 2e partie. 
Sophia, 1906. f . 

This series has been published annualljr since x88x. The 
Library's file being so very fragmentary, it is not possible to 
describe the general contents of the series. Part a of 190a is 
a volume of 271 pages and many plates. This part contains 
x. tables on natural increment (of the population) (excess of 
births over deaths), and marriages, births and deaths with 
decennial summaries; a. average no. of roarriaffes, births and 
deaths in x^ compared with preceding decade, and causes 
of deaths m general for urban districts and separately for 
cities over 5000 population; 3. marriages, births and deaths 
by departments and religions, and by arrondissements and 
urban and rural population; 4. divorces among the orthodox 
Bulgarian population. 

Naissances, dec^s et manages pendant Tann^ 

1893 par lieux peupl^ et mois. Sophia, 1896. 4*. 

Published annually since 1893. In Bulgarian and French. 

Statistique pour les causes des dec^s dans les 
villes de la principaute pendant I'ann^e 1900- 
1901. Sophia, 1906-1907. r. 

Throne — [Speeches from the throne on the open- 
ing and closing of Parliament. ] 

The text of these documents is of course to be found in the 
Journals of the Sobranje and of the Grand Sobranje resp. 
Occasionally the text is also printed in French or in English 
in the British and Foreign State Papers. A collection of these 
latter is given below. 

Sobranje. 

Princb Alkxandbr. 

1883 Sept. x6. opening 3 sobranje a sess. (French) v. 74: 780 

'^'3 D^c. as. ^ 3 - a " " v. 75: Sag 

1884 Jan. 6. " 
X885 Feb. x/xa. closing 4 
x886 June 14. opening 4 
x886 July a3. closing 4 



ii 



X ** (English) v. 76: 556 
" extr. " (French) v. 77: 708 



extr. " (English) v. 78: 686 



Rbcbnts. 
x886 Sept. X3. opening 4 sobranje a sess. (French) v. 78: 686 

Prince Ferdinand. 

X887 Oct. a7. opening 5 sobranje x sess. (French) v. 78: 690 
x888 Oct. a7. opening 5 " a " (French) v. 79: 93 

1898 Oct. 37. opening 9 '* 3 " 

1899 May a8. opening xo *^ x 
X900 Oct. a8. opening xo 



II 



** (French) v. 90: 553 
** (French) v. 9x1 X303 
*■'' (French) v. 9a: 9ao 



40 



LIST OF WORKS RELATING TO THE BALKANS 



Bulgaria, confd. 

Grand Sobranje. 

Regents. 

x886 Oct. 31. openins 3 Grand Sobranje (French) v. 78: 687 

Bnlicariat the peasant state, illas. (Natl.. 
Geog. Maga. IVashingioHf 1908. 8°. v. 19, 
pp. 760-773.) 

Bul^arien. Aussenbandel und Schiffahrt im 
Jahre 1903. (Deutsches Handels-Archiv. Jahrg. 
1904, pp. 1157-1178. Berlin, 1904.) 

Bnlg^arisehe (Die) Armee. illus. (Streffleurs 
militfir. Ztschr. Wien, 1909. 8*. Jahrg. 50 (1909, 
V. i), pp. 449-474.) 

Bnliifarische (Das) Heerwesen. (Internat. 
Rev. Qber d. gesamten Armeen u. Flotten. Beihef t 
68 (Dec. 1905), pp. I- 16. Dresden, 1905.) 

Bnlg^arlschen (Die) Staatsbahnen im Jahre 
1902-06. (Archiv f. Eisenbahnwesen. Berlin^ 
1905-08. 8°. Jabrg. 28 (1905), pp. 247-251, 936- 
939; Jahrg. 29 (1906), pp. 797-803; Jahrg. 30 
(1907), pp. 1000-1007; Jahrg. 31 (1908), pp. 1252- 
1261.) 

BurmoT (T. St.) Bolgaro-gortzkata tzerkovna 
rasprya. Sojfiya: Pechatnitza na St, Atanasov &* 
Co.y 1902. iv, 620, 7 p. 8*. 

(Sbornik za Narodni Umotvoreniya, 

Nauka i Knizhnina. v. 15, pp. 145-221. Sofia, 
1898.) 

ByelkoTski (G.) Kreditot i bankovoto dyelo 
V Bolgariya. (Sbornik za Narodni Umotvoreniya, 
Nauka i Knizhnina. v. 14, pp. 129-225; v. 16-17, 
pp. 59-124. Sofia, 1897.) 

Za parichnata sistema v Bolgariya. (Peri- 

odichesko spisanie na bolgarskoto knizhovno druz- 
hestvo V Siyedetz. v. 48, pp. 899-932; v. 49-50. 
pp. 1 13-15 1. Sryedett, 1 895.) 

Calary de Latnazi^re (R.) Les capitulations 
en Bulgarie. Paris: Z. Larose 6* Z. Tewin, 1905. 
a p. I., 234 p. 4'. 

Caleb (J.) L'organisation judiciaire en Bulgarie. 
(Rev. de droit internat. ser. 2, v. 5, pp. 203-251. 
Brnxelles, 1903.) 

Le regime constitutionnel en Bulgarie. 

(Rev. de droit internat. ser. 2, v. 7, pp. 2x4-236, 
335-358, 578-602. Bruxelles, 1905.) 

CYkMtvXenI* fCing of Rumania, Nicopole, 1396, 
1877-1902. (Academia Romini. Analele Acade- 
miel romslne. Memoriile sectiunii istorice. Bucu- 
resci, 1904. 4°. ser. 2, v. 26 (1903-04) pp. 183- 
206.) 

ChekhlaroT (N.) Dokumenti po bolgarskoto 
vozrazhdane. Izvadki iz kopirnata kniga na tzen- 
tralniya revolyutzionen komitet v Bukureshch. 
(Sbornik za Narodni Umotvoreniya, Nauka i Knizh- 
nina. v. 22-23, pt. I, pp. 1-64. Sofia^ i9o6-*o7.) 

Chernovyeshd (P.) Nyekolko zapiski ot 
segashniya vyek. (Sbornik za Narodni Umotvore- 
niya, Nauka i Knizhnina. v. 6, pp. 379-425. Sofia, 
1892.) 

Spomeni za uniyata na 18 dekemvri i860 

god. (Sbornik za Naroidni Umotvoreniya, Nauka 
i Knizhnina. v. 11, pp. 326-345. Sofia, 1894.) 

Commerce exterieur de la Bulgarie pendant 
lesannees 1879-1907. (Mouvement econ. Bucarest, 
.1909. 8°. V. 9, p. 163.) 



Csirbuss (G^za). Die sttdungarischen Bui- 
garen. (In: T. S. Viloosky's Die Serben im slid- 
lichen Ungarn... JTiVw, 1884. 8*. pp. 341-403.) 
(Die V5lker Oesterreich-Ungams. v. 11.) 

Yuzhnoungarskitye Bolgare. Etnoy^rafi- 

cheska skitza ot Prof. Geza Tzirbus. Pryevel Iv. 
A. Georgov. ( Period ichesko spisanie na bolgar- 
skoto knizhovno druzhestvo v Sryedetz. v. 12, pp. 
65-73; V. 13. PP- 31-50; V. 14, pp. 230-255. Srye- 
detz, 1884-85. 8^) 

DanailoT (Georgi T.) Edin pametnik na 
staroto bolgarsko pravo. (Sbornik za Narodni 
Umotvoreniya, Nauka i Knizhnina. v. 18, pp. 3-59- 
Sofia, 1901.) 

DatsoT(S. Zh.) Ot Sofiya do Pranga (Putni 
byelyezhki i vospominaniya). (Periodichesko spisa- 
nie na bolgarskoto knizhovno druzhestvo v Sryedetz. 
V. 45. pp. 424-445; V. 46, pp. 526-537. Sryedetz^ 
1894.) 

DaTidoT (B.) Prinos za izuchvane florata na 
Varnenskiya okrug. (Sbornik za Narodni Umot- 
voreniya, Nauka i Knizhnina. v. 20, pp. 1-54; 
V. 21, pp. 1-73. Sofia, 1905.) 

D^eret du 26 janvier 1898 portant promulgation 
de la convention de commerce sign^e 4 Sofia le 23 
mai-4 juin 1897, entre la France et la Bulgarie. 
(Annales "du commerce exterieur. Paris, 1898. 
8*. pp. 82-86.) 

Demanche (Georges). Bulgarie et Bulgares. 
illus. (Rev. francaise d. Fetrang. et d. colonies et 
Texplor. Gaz. geog. v. 32, pp. 689-704. Paris, 
1907.) 

Deniker (Joseph). Les Bulgares et les Mac^- 
doniens: note complementaire k la communication 
du Dr. Wateff. map. (Soc. d'anthrop. de Paris. 
Bull. et. mim, ser. 5, v. 5, pp. 458-466. Paris, 
1904.) 

Deplorable (Le) ^venement. ..devant Roust- 
chouk... [Par un Bulgare], 1867. n, t.-p, 3-42 p. 
8". 

Dicey (Edward). The peasant state. An ac- 
count of Bulgaria in 1894. London: J, Murray , 
1894. iv, 332 p. 8'. 

DimitroT (G.) Knyazhestvo Bolgariya v isto 
richesko, geografichesko i etnograBchesko otno- 
shenie v tri chasti. i. ed. Sofiya: B. Shitnachok, 
1 894-1 896. 2V. 8'. 

[v. a published in Plovdiv: Torgovska Pechatnitza^ 

DimitroT (Luka). Beitrilge zur geologischen und 
petrographischen Kenntnissdes Vitosa-Gebietes in 
Bulgarien. (Kais. Akad. d. Wissensch. Math.- 
naturwissensch. CI. Denkschr. Bd. 60, pp. 477- 
530, I map, 3 pi. Wien, 1893. f.) 

Dit8cheff(P.) La propriete fonci^re et I'agri- 
culture en Bulgarie. (Mouvement econ. v. 4, 
pp. 333-342.) Bucarest, 1906.) 

Dobmski (V.) Arkheologicheski izdirvaniya v 
Zapadna Bolgariya. (Sbornik za Narodni Umot- 
voreniya, Nauka i Knizhnina. v. 2, pp. 1-45. 
Sofiu, 1890.) 

Material! po arkheologiyata na Bolgariya. 

(Sbornik za Narodni Umotvoreniya, Nauka i Knizh- 
nina. V. II, pp. 68- '.02; V. 16-17, pp. 3-1 16; 
V. 13. pp. 398-442; V. 18, pp. 704-812. Sofia, 
1 894-1 900.) 



LIST OF WORKS RELATING TO THE BALKANS 



41 



Bulgaria, confd. 

Nyekolko dreyni nadpisi, namyereni v B0I- 

gariya. (Periodichesko spisanie na bolgarskoto 
knizhovDO druzhestvo v Sryedetz. ▼. 23, pp. 796- 
.801; V. 28, pp. 523-537. Sryedett, 1888-89. 8".) 

Dora D'Istria, pseud, of Elena Ghika, Prin- 
cess Kol'tsova Masal'ska. Excursions en Rou- 
DM^lie et en Moree. Zurich: Meyer <&* Zeller^ 
1863. 2 V. 12'. 

Drandar (Antoine G.) La Bolgarie sons le 
Prince Ferdinand, 1 887-1908. Bruxelles: ^tab- 
lissements G/n/raux d'lmprimerie^ 1909. 406 p., 
I 1., I port. 8*. 

Les dvenements politiques en Bulgarie de- 

puis 1876 jusqu'i nos jours. Bruxelles: Th, Falk 
^ Cie., 1896. 381 (2) p., I port. 8*. 

Drenkoff(I. K.) Die Steuerverhftltnisse Bui- 
gariens. Jena: G. Fischer^ 1900. z, 146 p. 8*. 
(Staatswissenchaftliches Seminar zu Halle a. d. S. 
Sammlung nationalOkonomischer . . . Abhandlun- 
gen. Bd. 29.) 

DrinoT (M.) Istorichesko osvyetlenie vorkh 
statistikata na narodnostitye ▼ istochnata chast na 
Bolgarskoto Knyazhestvo. (Periodichesko spisanie 
na bolgarskoto knizhovno druzhestvo v Sryedetz. 
V. 7, p. 1-24; V. 8, p. 68-75. Sryedetz^ 1884. 8°.) 

Nov pametnik za bolgarskata istoriya. (Pe- 
riodichesko spisanie na bolgarskoto knizhovno 
druzhestvo V Sryedetz. v. i, pp. 126-133. Sryedetz^ 
1882. 8*.) 

Oshche nyekolko byelyezhki za Paisiva i 

za negovata istoriya. (Periodichesko spisanie na 
bolgarskoto knizhovno druzhestvo v Sryedetz. 
▼. 19, pp. 134-145. Sryedetz, 1885.) 

Dyakovieh (B.) Arkheologicheski izlet v krai- 
dunaiska Bolgariya. (Shorn ik za Narodni Umot- 
▼oreniya, Nauka i Knizhnina. v. 20, pp. 1-56. 
Sojla, 1904.) 

Byelyezhki po arkheologiyata na kraydun- 

avska Bolgariya. (Sbornik za Narodni Umot- 
voreniya, Nauka i Knizhnina. v. i6-i7» pp. 117- 
178. Sojia.igoo.) 

Trakiska grobnitza pri Plovdiv i nekro- 

polot na drevniya grad. (Sbornik za Narodni 
Umotvoreniya, Nauka i Knizhnina. v. 22-23, pt. i, 
PP- 1-55- Sojia, i9o6-*07.) 

Easltern Roamelia. 

1879-1885. 

The organic statute was signed by the European Commis- 
non, as provided by the Treaty of Berlin (1878). on April a6, 
187^. The union of Eastern Roumelia with Bulgaria was pro- 
claimed on Sept. x8, 1885. 

Constitution. 

Statut organique de la Roum^lie-Orientale. 
Constantinople, April 26, 1879. (British and For- 
eign State Papers, v. 7, pp. 759-843.) 

Text in full in French. Titles only of articles and chapters 
are given in Hertslet. Map of Europe by Treaty, v. 4, pp. 
a86o et seq . 

Organichksky ustav na istochna Runaeliya. 
Plovdiv: /JTnizAarnitza na Khr. G, Danov, 1879. 
294, xiv p. 8**. 

Permanent Committee, 

Provided for by ch. 5 of the organic sutute. A body com- 
posed of 13 members elected by the Provincial Assembly 
(aobranje). 



Journal. Sojia, 1890-1891. 5 vols. 4^ 

V. X. 1879/80. sitting X-X55. V. 3. x88x/a. sitting X-X17. 

V. a. x88a/i. sitting X-X47. v. 4. 1882/3. sitting 1-X07. 

V. 5. 1883/4. titting i-xox. 

Sobranje (Parliament; unicameral). 

[Journals], 1 879-1 884. Sojia, 1889-93. 4''. 

X ord. sess. X879. Oct.-Dec. x v. 

X eztr. sess. i8tk>. Marcn-April. x v. 

a ord. sess. 1880. Oct.-Dec. x v. 

3 ord. seas. i88x. Oct.-Dec. x v. 

4 ord. seas. x88a. Oct.-Dec. a v. 

5 ord. sess. X883. Oct.-Dec. x v. 

6 ord. sess. X884. Oct.-Dec. i v. 

Eilimek- Waiaaolm ( Hugo von). Der bulga- 
risch-serbische Krieg, 1885. Wien: L. W, Seidel 
&* Sohn, 1886. VI, 243 (I) p., 7 maps. 8'. 

Electric tramways of Sofia. Operated by means 
of a high tension water power station with low ten- 
sion steam power station for reserve. (Street Rail- 
way Rev. V. 14, pp. 73-76. New York, 1904) 

Erlett (Jan). Steppes bulgares. (Nouv. Rev. 
Paris, 1898. 8*. v. 113, pp. 108-117.) 

Eathymiuat Patriarch of Tirnova, Werke 
des Patriarchen von Bulgarien Euthymius (1375- 
1393)- Nach den besten Handschriften hrsg. von 
E. Kaluzniacki. Wien: C, Ceroid* s Sohn, 1901. 

cxxviii, 450 p., I 1. 8**. 
The text of the work is Old Bulgarian. 

Falkene^^ (A. von), ^ar^ff. Balgarien. Aus 
Bulgariens Vergangenheit und Gegenwart. Ber* 
tin: R, Boll, 1900. 82 p., I port. 8®. ^ 

Fermendsi^lP. Fr. Eusebius). Acra Balga- 
riae ecclesiastica, ab A. 1565 usque acT A. 1799* 
Zagrab: L, Hartman, !%%•], xxii, 409P. 8*". (In: 
Jugoslavenska Akademija u Zagrebu. Monumenta 
spectantia historiam Slavorum meridionalium. 
v. 18.) 

France. — Minis tire du Commerce, Rapports 
commerciaux des agents diplomatiques et consu- 
laires de France. «. /., n. d. 8°. 

Series 1 890-1 899. 

No. 1-344. 
Bourgas, Commerce et navigation. 

X89X. XX pp. no. 58. 

x8q3. None published. 

X893. 9 pp. no. X76. 
Bulgarie et Koum^lie Orientale, Mouvement commerciale. 

1893 xo pp. no. 900. 

X894. xo pp. no. 304. 
Bulgarie, Mouvement g^n^rale du commerce. 

X893. ax pp. no. 357. 

x8q4. ax pp. no. 305. 

Series 1899 -date. 

No. I et seq. 

Bourgas, Commerce et navigation. 
X90X. aa pp. no. X77. 
xQoa. 38 pp. no. 355. 

1903. 4a pp. no. 435. 

1904. 44 pp. no. 513. 
Bulgarie, Commerce ext^rieur. 

X899. a8 pp. no. «. 

1900. None publisned. 
1901. 

1902. 86 pp. no. 405. 
This is a detailed report for 1903, with comparative tables of 
imports and exports for X886-X902. 

X903. x8 pp. no. 437. 

X904. 3a pp. no. 473. 

X905. 37 pp. no. 557. 
Varna, Commerce et navigation. 

igoo. 18 pp. no. 88. 

1901. aa pp. no. 188. 
X902. 13 PP no 316. 

Roustchouk, Commerce et navigation. 
190a. 35 pp. no. 339. 

Oaulis (Georges). Bulgarie et Macedoine. 
(Rev. de Paris. 1902, v. 6, pp. 75-101. Paris, 
1902.) 



42 



LIST OF WORKS RELATING TO THE BALKANS 



Bulgaria, confd, 

Oeffeken (Friedrtch Heinrich). La Bulgarie 
et le droit d'intervention. Rome: Forzani et C, 
1887. I p.l., 24 p. 8**. 

Eztrait de la Revue Intematioiude, qiuttrifeme aim6e tome 
13. livraiaon. x. 

Oelser (Heinrich). Der Patriarchat von Ach- 
rida; Geschicbte and Urkunden. 231 p. (KOn. 
sSkhs. Gesellsch. d. Wissensch. Abhandl. Philol. 
hist. Classe, v. 20, no. 5. Leipzig^ 1902.) 

OeorifiyeT (Jordan Pop). Bolgaritye pod 
Turskoto robstyo (ot kraya na xiv do kraya na 
XVIII vyck. Dvye obshchedostupni skazki. V. - Tar- 
novo: Peek, na br, P. Kasabovi^ 1901. 72 p. 8". 

Material! po tzerkovnata borba. (Sbomik 

za Narodni Umotvoreniya, Nauka i Knizhnina. 
V. 22-24, pt* I. pp. 1-80, 1-370. Sofia^ i9o6-'o8.) 

OeorifieT (St.) Lyutikovi rasteniya (Ranun- 
calaceae) iz Bolgariya. (Periodicbesko spisanie na 
bolgarskoto knizhovno druzhestvo v Sryedetz. 
V. 61, pp. 149-165. Sryedetz^ 1900.) 

Materiyaii po florata na Yuzhna Bolgariya 

(Trakiya). (Sbornik za Narodni Umotvoreniya, 
Nauka i Knizhnina. v. i, pp. 191-254. Sofia^ 
1889.) 

Rodopitye i Rilskata planina i nikhnata 

rastitelnost. (Sbornik za Narcwdni Umotvoreniya, 
Nauka i Knizhnina. v. 3, pp. 324-354; v. 4, pp. 
529-585. Sofia, i890-*9i.) 

Oeaetsliehe Regelung der Frauen- und 
Kinderarbeit in Bulgarien. (Soziale Rundschau. 
Jahrg. 6, pp. 971-975- Witn, 1905.) 

OeahoT (Iv Yev.) Chinovnishki proletariyat. 
(Periodicbesko spisanie na bolgarskoto knizhovno 
druzhestvo V Sryedetz. v. 19, pp. 118-133. Srye- 
detz, 1885.) 

Nashitye gradinarski druzhestva. (Period- 
icbesko spisanie na bolgarskoto knizhovno druz- 
hestvo V Sryedetz. v. 27, pp. 324-341. Sryedelz, 
1888. 8'.) 

Yevlogi Georgiev. Cherti ot zhivota mu i 

dokumenti iz arkhivata mu. (Periodicbesko spisa- 
nie na bolgarskoto knizhovno druzhestvo v Srye- 
detz. V. 61, pp. I- 1 8. Sryedetz, 1900.) 

Zapiski na yedin osuden. (Periodicbesko 

spisanie na bolgarskoto knizhovno druzhestvo v 
Sryedetz. v. 34, pp. 546-568; v. 36, pp. 941-968. 
Sryedetz, i8qo.) 

Oladstone (William Ewart). Bulgarian hor- 
rors and the question of the East. London: J. Mur- 
ray, 1876. 3 p.l., 7-64 p. 8". 

Lessons in massacre ; or. The conduct of the 

Turkish government in and about Bulgaria, since 
May, 1876. Chiefly from the papers presented by 
command. London: f. Murray, iZ']'], 80 p. 3*. 

Daly (Augustus A.) Greater lessons in massa- 
cre. A reply to W. E. Gladstone[s article, *' Les- 
sons in massacre*']. London: W, H. Guest, 1877. 
viii, 56 p. 8°. 

Olaser (Rudolf). FQrst Alexander von Bulga- 
rien. Eine historiscb-politische Studie. Bens- 
heim: J, Ehrhard &* Co,, 1901. iv (i), 6-53 p., 
I port. 8". 

Oopeevic (Spiridion). Bulgarien und Ostru- 
melien. Mit besonderer Beracksichtigung des Zeit- 
raumes von 1878-1886, nebst militlirischer Wttrdi- 



gung des serbo-bulgarischen Krieges. Leipzig: B, 
EUscher, 1886. xvii, 616 p., 6 plans in one. 8**. 

GrsAde-Bretapie et Bulgarie. Convention 
de commerce, de douane et de navigation du 9 d^- 
cembre 1905. (France. Min. d. Comm. et d. Tin- 
dust. Annales du Commerce. Ext^rieur, Pays 
Strangers en General. Conventions Intemation 
ales. Legisl. comm., no. 239, 1906, fasc. 8-10, 
pp. 1-30. Paris, 1906.) 

Oreat Britain. — Foreign Office. Reports by 
H. M. consuls, etc 

A. 

[i878-]i885. 

During these years the British consalar reports were pob- 
lished in annual volumes with continuous paging. There are 
a very few occasional reports on the trade of the British con- 
sular districts in Bulgaria The Library^s file of consular re- 
ports for these years is unbroken. 

B. 

1885-1888. 
During these years the reports of the vice-consuls were 
printed separately, as is shown by the following collation. 

[Reports by H. M. consuls and vice-consuls on 
the trade of their districts, 1885-1888.] Diplomatic 
and consular reports. Annual series. London, n.d. 

%\ 

1885. Varna. 10 pp. no. z. 

*■* Philippopolls. 4 pp. no. 70. 

1886. Varna. None puDUshed. 

'' Philippopolis. 9 pp. no. 185. 

1887. Varna. 3 pp. no. 369. 

** Philippopolis. 8 pp. no. 325. 

1888. Varna, xo pp. no. ^58. 

** Rnstschuk and Philippopolis. la pp. no. 567. 
" Bourgas. 6 pp. no. 645. 

C. 

1889-date. 
During these vears the reports of the vice-consuls were 
transmitted by the consul-general and were printed as one 
annual volume on the commerce of Bulgaria. 

Report on the trade and navigation of Bulgaria, 
1 889-1907. Diplomatic and consular reports. An- 
nual series. London, 1 890-1907. 8^. 



1889 no. 


75a. 


65 pp. 


1899 no. 2493. 


sapp. 


1890 no. 


936- 


56 pp. 


X90U no. 2643. 


39 pp. 


1891 no. 


IIXO. 




X901 no. 2827. 


39 pp. 


1892 no. 


1300. 


41 pp. 


1902 no. 3003. 


IS pp. 


1893 no. 


1448. 


37 pp. 


X903 no. 3336. 


13 pp. 


1894 BO' 


1603. 


3a pp. 


1904 no. 3395. 


IX pp. 


1895 no. 


1826. 


22 Pp. 


X905 no. 3630. 


X9PP. 


1896 no. 


197.^- 


19 pp. 


1906 no. 3949. 


26 pp. 


1897 no. 


ax59- 


51 pp. 


Z907 no. 4133. 




1898 no. 


2357. 


58 pp. 







The Library has separate copies and copies in the Parliamen- 
tary Papers from z8o6 to date, before then copies in the Parlia- 
mentary Papers only. The numbers given in the collation 
above are the series nos. of the Annual Series of the British 
consular reports. From 1889 to 1901, inclusive, the text of the 
consular reports is for each of the vice-consulates separately, 
viz., Varna, Bourgas, Rustschuk and Philippopolis (or Eastern 
Roumelia), and for Sofia. From 1902 to date the text is a sum- 
mary of these reports presented as for the whole of Bulgaria. 
Use is freqnently made by the consular officers of Bulgarian 
official commercial statistics, many of the reports containing 
comparative tables of Bulgarian imports and exports bv 
country as well as by quantity and value of goods. Sucn 
tables may be found in series nos. 752 (or 1887-89, in no. 936 
for 1888-90, in no. 1300 for 1888-92, in no. 1448 for X889-93, 
in no. 1603 ^or 1892-94, in no. 1826 for 1893-95, in no. 2357 
for 1894-98, in no. 2493 for 1897-99, in no. 2643 tor 1898-1900, 
in no. 2827 for 1899-1901, in no. 3236 for 1900-02, in no. 3630 
for X900-05 and in no. 3940 for 1901-1906. No. 9493 contains 
also a plan of the Bourgas harbor works. 

Turkey. 1876, no. 5. Further correspond- 
ence respecting affairs in Turkey. London: Harri' 
son 6* Sons [1876]. iv, 47 p. £*. (Parliamentary 
Papers, 1876, v. 84.) 

In continuation of ** Turkey no. 3, 1876." 

Covers the period from July 14 to August z, 1876; relates to 



LIST OF WORKS RELATING TO THE BALKANS 



43 



1 

\ 



Bulgaria, eonfd, 

Tarkiab atrocities in Bal^ria: comprises correspondence be- 
tween H. B. M. diplomatic ana consolar officers, and of Turk- 
ish officials. On pages 28-39 there is printed the French and 
English text of the report presented to the Porte by H. £. 
Bdib EflFendi, commissioner extraordinary on the inquiry 
ordered by the Imperial Government in the vilayet of Adrian- 
ople. 

Turkey. i877« no. 28. Farther correspood- 

CDce respecting the affairs of Turkey. London: 
Harrison ^ Sons [1877]. iv, 59 p. f*. (Parlia- 
mentary Papers, 1877, v. 92.) 

Covers the period from July 6 to Aueust xi, 1877; relates 
largely to Rusto- Bulgarian cruelties. The correspondence is 
almost entirely that of A. H. Layard. H. B. M. Ambassador 
at Constantinople, to Lord Derby, Secretary of the Foreign 
Office. 

Turkey. 1877, no. 14. Return of the sen- 
tences pronounced and executed upon persons con- 
cerned in the Bulgarian rising, and in the sup- 
pression of the same. London: Harrison &* Sons 
[1877]. 1 1., 2 p. f. (Parliamentary Papers, 1877, 
▼. 92.) 

In continuation of " Turkey no. 13, 1877." 

Turkey. 1877, no. 13. Return of the sen- 
tences pronounced and executed upon persons con- 
cerned in the Bulgarian rising, and in the sup- 
pression of the same. London: Harrison dr* Sons 
[1877]. il.,4p. f". (Parliamentary Papers, 1877, 
V. 92.) 

Turkey. 1880, no. 11. Correspondence re- 
specting the reported arrival of Russian officers and 
non-commissioned officers in Bulgaria, and the im- 
portation of arms from Russia. London: Harrison 
tSr* Sons [1880]. I I., 4 p. f. (Parliamentary 
Papers, 1880, v. 81.) 

Turkey. 1880, no. 12. Correspondence re- 
specting the Unionist movement in Bulgaria and 
Eastern Roumelia. London: Harrison &* Sons 
[1880]. I 1., 5 p. f*. (Parliamentary Papers, 
1880, V. 81.) 

Reproduced in British and Foreign State Papers, v. 71, pp. 
644-651. 

Bulgaria. 1881, no i. Correspondence re- 
specting the affairs of Bulgaria. London: Harrison 
&* Sons [x88i]. vii, 76 p. f". (Parliamentary 
Papers, 1881, v. 98.) 

From May 8 to Tuly 30, i88x. That portion of this docu- 
ment relating to the suspension of the constitution is repro- 
duced in British and Foreign State Papers, v. 72, p. 1239 et seq. 

Turkey. 1886, no. i. Correspondence re- 
specting the affairs of Eastern Roumelia and Bul- 
garia. London: Harrison b* Sons [1886]. xxiii, 
430 p. f*. (Parliamentary Papers, 1886, v. 75.) 

Covers the period from Sept. x8 to Dec. 27, 188^. On page 
87 is the French and English text of the declaration adopted 
on Oct. 4 and 5, 1885, at conferences of the Ambassadors of 
Italy ,^ Austria-Hungary, France, Germany, Russia and Great 
Britain; on pages q8~xoo is the text of the speech of the King 
of Servia on opening the Skuptchina on Sept. ao/Oct. 2, 1885 
and the address of the Deputies in reply; on page 141 and 
agam on page 157 is the French and English text of the note 
of the Porte of Oct. x8, x88^, in reply to the collective note of 
the Ambassadors of the Signatory Powers transmitting the 
Declaration; on page 194 is tiie Servian note of Oct. 14/26, on 
the Declaration. This document contains also the texts of the 

Cocols and meetings of the Conference on Eastern Roume- 
affairs; Servian declaration of war against Bulgaria, sign- 
ing of armistice and evacuation of Bulgarian territory by 
Servians. This document comprises, not including inclosurc», 
67^ despatches, a large portion of which is reproduced in 
British and Foreign State Papers, v. 76, p. 1243 et seq. 

-^— Turkey. i836, no. 2. Farther correspond- 
ence respecting the affairs of £astera Roumelia 



and Bulgaria. London: Harrison 6* Sons [1886]. 
xviii. 227 p. f". (Pariiamentory Papers, 1886, 

▼. 75.) 

In continuation of Turkey, no. i, 1886. 

Covers the period from Dec. 31, 1885, to April 17, x886. 
Contains the French and English text of the meetings of the 
International Military Commission for the purpose of Deter- 
mining the Conditions of the Armistice between the Bul- 
garian and Servian Troops at the Conclusion of the War of 
1885, and also the minutes of the proceedings of the ,Dele- 
gates of Turkey, Bulnria and Servia for the negotiation ot 
peace between BulK*ria and Servia. A small portion of the 
despatches included in this document are reproduced in Brit- 
ish and Foreign Sute Papers, v. 77, p. 605 et seq. 

Turkey. 1887, no. i. Further correspond- 



ence respecting the affairs of Bulgaria and East- 
ern Roumelia. London: Harrison &* Sons, 1887. 
XX, 2QO p. f*. (Parliamentary Papers, 1887, v. 91.) 

In contmuation of Turkey, no. 2, s886. 

Covers the period from April lo to Nov. 12, 1886. Repro- 
duced, in part, in British and Foreign State Papers, v. 78, p. 
845 et seq. 

Turkey. 1887, no. 2. Further correspond- 
ence respecting the affairs of Bulgaria and East- 
em Roumelia. London: Harrison &• Sons^ 1887. 
I 1., 7 p. f. (Pariiamentary Papers. 1887. v. 91.) 

From Nov. 19 to Dec. 17. 1886; relates;to election of * Prin« 
for Bulgaria. Reproduced, in part, in British and Foreign 
Sute Papers, v. 78, p. 845 et seq. 

Turkey. 1888, no. i. Further correspond- 



ence respecting the affairs of Bulgaria and Eastern 
Roumelia. London: Harrison 6* Sons [1888J. 
xii, 169 p. f". (ParliamenUry Papers, 1888, 

V. 109.) 

From Nov. 17, x886 to Dec. 17, 1887; relates to candidature 
for the throne of Bulgaria; election of Prince Ferdinand^ on 
P«ge '35 '■ 'he English text of the Proclamation of Pnnce 
Ferdinand on ascending the throne of Bulgaria: accounts of 
the revolts at Silistria and Rustschuk and rioting at Sophia. 
Reproduced, In part, in British and Foreign Sute Papers, 
V. 78, p. 845 et seq. 

OrigOpyeT ( V. V. ) Volzhskie Bulgary. (Bib- 
lioteka dlya Chteniya. v. 6, p. I. St, Peters- 
burg, 1836.) 

OmoT (I.) Obichai i obredi po svadbi v Kop- 
rivshchitza. (Periodichesko spisanie na bolgarskoto 
knizhovno druzhestvo v Sryedetz, v. 54* PP- 824- 
•34. Sryedetz, 1 896.) 

Vzaimnoto uchilishche v Koprivshchitza 

pryez 1837/8 i 1838/9 uchebni godint. (Periodi- 
chesko spisanie na bolgarskoto knizhovno druz- 
hestvo V Sryedetz. v. 52, pp. 688-'95. Sryedetn, 
1896.) 

Oodev (P. T.) Bolgarski rukopisi v biblio- 
tekata na lorda Zouche. (Sbomik za Narodni Um- 
otvoreniya, Nauka i Knizhnina. ▼. 7, pp. 159^ 
223. Sofia, 1892.) 

Bolgarskiyat rukopis v Vatikan. (Sbornik 

za Narodni Umotvoreniya, Nauka i Knizhnina. 
V. 6, pp. 311-361. Sofia, 1892.) 

Handels- und Schiffahrtsvertrag zwischen Bui- 
garien und Belgien. (ftsterr. Wirtschaftspolit. 
Archiv. Wien, 1909. 4*. Jahrg. 9, pp. 585-589-) 

Henry (Ren^). Bulgarie. Histoire interieure 
et partis. (Questions diplomat, et col. v. 18, pp. 
401-412. Paris, 1904.) 

Herbert (Frederick William von). The Bui- 
garian army. (Fortnightly Rev. v. 83 (n. s. 
V. 77), pp. 1 044- 1 060. London, 1905.) 

The chronicles of a virgin fortress, being 

some unrecorded chapters of Turkish and Bulga- 
rian history. London: Osgood, Mcllvaine 6* Co,., 
1896. xvi, I 1., 346 p., I pi., 5 maps. 8*. 



44 



LIST OF WORKS RELATING TO THE BALKANS 



Bulgaria, confd, 

Hilferdins^ (Aleksandr Feodorovich). Ge- 
schichte der Serben and Bulgaren . . . Aus dem 
Rassischen. Bautzen: J, E. Schmaler^ 1856-64. 
2 V. 8". 

Abt. 2. translated by J. E. Schmaler; pub.: Schmaler & 
Pech. 

Hohn (Arthur Ernst von). The struggrie of the 
Bulgarians for national independence under Prince 
Alexander. A... history of the war between Bul- 
garia and Seryia in 1885. Translated from the 
German . . . London : J, Murray^ 1886. ( 1 2) 3 1 4 p. , 
I map. 12**. 

Halma-Beaman (Andrew G.) M. Stambuloff. 
London: BlisSy Sands df Foster ^ 1895. 240 p., 
6 port. 12'. (Public men of to-day.) 

Hung^rbiihler (H.) Die schweizerische Mil- 
it&rmission nach dem serbisch-bulgarischen Kriegs- 
schauplatze. Aus dem Berichte an den schweizeris- 
chen Bundesrat. 2 p. I., 181, x pp., i plan, 
8 maps. Frauenfeld:J. Hubery\%%t. 8'. 

Huyshe (Wentworth). The liberation of Bul- 
garia. War notes in 1877. London: Bliss y Sands 
^ Foster, i%g^. x, 1 1-3 16 p., 2 maps, illus. 8° 

Ibrahimoir( ). Les Bolkars, bulgares mu 
sulmans du Caucase. (Rev. du monde musulman 
Paris, xgog. 4**. v. 8, pp. 206-218.) 

IkhchiyeT (D.) Turskt derzhavni dokumenti 
za kordzhaliitye. (Sbornik za Narodni Umotvore 
niya, Nauka i Knizhnina. ▼. 22-23, pt. I, pp 
1-7 1. Sojia, 1906-^07.) 

Turski derzhavni dokumenti za Osman 

Pazvantoglu Vidinski. (Sbornik za Narodni Umot 
voreniya, Nauka i Knizhnina. v. 24, pt. I, pp 
1-128. Sojia, 1908). 

IlkoT (D.) Ekskurziyapo Kaloferskata planina 
(Periodichesko spisanie na bolgarskoto knizhovno 
druzhestvo v Sryedetz, v. 52, pp. 629-687. Srye 
dets, 1896). 

Nyekoiko pametnitzi ot Rilskiya manastir 

(Sbornik za Narodni Umotvoreniya, Nauka 
Knizhnina. v. 12, pp. 615-629. Sojia, 1895.) 

loakimoT (D. ) Prtnos kom bolgarskata fauna 
na nasyekomitye. (Sbornik za Narodni Umotvore- 
niya, Nauka i Knizhnina. v. 20, pp. 1-45. So/iay 
1904.) 

Prinos kom faunata ot nasyekomi na Rila* 

planina. (Periodichesko spisanie na bolgarskoto 
knizhovno druzhestvo v Syredetz. v. 59, pp. 758- 
778; V. 60, pp. 858-912. Sryedetz, 1899). 

Ireehek (Konstantin). Bolgarski tzar Sratzi- 
mir Vidinski. (Periodichesko spisanie na bolgars- 
koto knizhovno druzhestvo v Sryedetz. v. i, pp. 
30-54. Sryedetz, 1882. 8".) 

Geograficheskoto izuchenie na Bolgariya. 

(Periodichesko spisanie na bolgarskoto knizhovno 
druzhestvo v Sryedetz. v. i, pp. 73-115. Srye- 
detz, 1882. 8*.) 

Knyazhestvo Bolgariya. Ncgova poverkh- 

nina, priroda, naselenie, dukhovna kultura, uprav- 
lenie i novyeisha istoriya. Plovdiv: Izd. i pechat 
na Khr, G. Danov, 1899. 2 v. 8*. 

Prilozheniya kom anticheskata geograBya i 

epigrafika na Bolgariya i Rumeliya. (Periodichesko 
spisanie na bolgarskoto knizhovno druzhestvo v 
Sryedetz. v. 2, pp. 28-69. Sryedetz, 1882. 8**.) 



Rilski monastir. (Periodichesko spisanie 

na bolgarskoto knizhovno druzhestvo v Sryedetz. 
V. 18, pp. 360-389. Sryedetz, 1885.) 

Stari puteshestviya po Bolgariya ot 15-18 

St. (Periodichesko spisanie na bolgarskoto kniz* 
hovno druzhestvo v Sryedetz. v. 3, pp. 60-83; v. 4, 
pp. 67-105; V. 5, pp. 1-44; v. 7, pp. 96-127. 
Sryedetz, 1882-83. 8".) 

Uputvanie za sobiranie geograficheski i 

arkhiologicheski materiali. (Periodichesko spisanie 
na bolgarskoto knizhovno druzhestvo v Sryedetz. 
V. 5, pp. 82-104. Sryedetz, 1883. 8".) 

l8cliirkoff(A.) Zum Klima von Sofia. Einige 
Notizen Uber die Lufttemperatur von SoBa. (Me- 
teorol. Ztschr. v. 20, pp. 97-99. Wien, 1903.) 

Sadbulgarien. Seine Bodengestaltung, Er- 

zeugnisse, Bev5lkerung, Wirtschaft und geistige 
Kultur. Leipzig: Griibel &* Sommerlatte, 1896. 
4 p.l.. 79 (i) p. 8^ 

Bibliography, p. 1. 1-4. 

Iskander ( ). Les chemins de fer bul- 
gares. (Rev. fran9aise de Tetranger & d. colonies. 
V. 25, pp. 79-83- Parist 1900.) 

Italie et Bulgarie. Trait^ de commerce, de 
douane et de navigation du 31 d^cembre 1905/13 
Janvier 1906... (France. Min. d. Comm. et d. 
rindust. Annates du Commerce Exterieur. Pays 
Strangers en General. Conventions Internation- 
ales. Legist, comm., no. 238, 1906, fasc. 8-10, 
pp. 1-23. Paris, 1906.) 

Italy. Minis tero degli Affari Esteri. Docu- 
ment! diplomatic! [Sess. 1882-86]: Rumelia Ori- 
entale (2 serie), presentati dal ministro (Mancini). 
Roma, 1886 4°. (Raccolta degli atti parlamen- 
tari. Sess. 1882-86. Cam. Doc. v. 3.) 

Document! diplomatic! [Sess. 1882-86]: 

Rumelia Orientale, presentati alia camera dal min- 
istro degli affari esteri (Mancini). Roma, 1886. 
4°. (Raccolta degli atti parlamen tari. Sess. 1882- 

86. Cam. Doc. v. 3.) 

Document! diplomatic! [Sess. 1882-86] 

presentati alia camera dal ministro degli affari 

esteri Di Robilant nella tornati del 23 novembre, 

1 886. Bulgaria. Roma, 1886. vi, 106 p. 4°. 

Covers the period from August ai to Nov. 20. x886. The 
Zankoff conspiracy, abdication of Prince Alexander, regency^ 
eleciion of Prince Ferdinand. Includes several letters fronv 
Gen. Kaulbars. 

Document! diplomatic! [Sess. 1886-87 J 

concernenti la Rumelia Orientale e la Grecia (3 
serie) presentati alia camera dal ministro degli af- 
fari esteri (Di Robilant). Roma, 1886. 167 p. 
4°. (Raccolta degli atti parlamentari. Sess. 1886- 

87. Cam. Doc. v. i.) 

Document! diplomatic! [Sess. 1886-87] 

relativi alia Bulgaria, presentati alia camera dal 
ministro Di Robilant. Roma, 1887. 106 p. 4**. 
(Raccolta degli atti parlamentari. Sess. 1886/7. 
Cam. Doc. v. 2.) 

Document! diplomatic! [Sess. 1889-90]: 

Bulgaria, presentati alia camera dal ministro Crisp!. 
Roma, 1890. xxii, 269 p. 4"*. (Raccolta degli 
atti parlamentari. Sess. 1889/90. Cam. Doc. 
V. 2.) 

iTanoT (lordan). Dokumenti po bolgarskoto 
vozrazhdane. (Sbornik za Narodni Umotvor«niya, 
Nauka ! Knizhnina. v. 21, pp. i-iii. Sofia, 1905. > 



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45 



Bulgaria, cwifd, 

Naslyedstveni zakoni. (Periodichesko 

spisanie na bolgarskoto knizhovno dnizhestvo v 
Sryedetz. v. 15, pp. 375-388. Sryedett, 1885.) 

Jirecek (Koastantin Josef). D^jiny n&roda 
bulharsk^ho. Die puvodnich pramenuv sepsal K. 
J. Jirecek. V, Praze: NdkL B. Tempskiho, 1876. 
viii, 536 p. 8*. 

Geschicbte der Bul^aren. Prag: F, Temp- 
sky, 1876. xt. 586 (i)p. 8% 

K. (P.) Bolgarskoto uchebno dyelo v Tursko. 
(Periodichesko spisanie na bolgarskoto knizhovno 
dnizhestvo v Sryedetz. v. 23, pp. 804--863. Srye- 
detz, 1888. 8'.) 

Petko Karavelov i Jyevo myesto v istorii 

Bolgarii. (Vyestnik Yevropy. April, pp. 802. St, 
Petersburg, 1903.) 

Kanits (Felix Philipp). Donau-Bulgarien und 
der Balkan; hist.-geog^.-ethnog^. Reisestudien aus 
den Jahren 1860-1879. Leipzig, 1877-79. 3 v. 
il., pi., maps. 4*^. 

FixBt volume is of second edition. 

Leipzig: Gebhardt 6f Wilisch, 1882. 

3 V. in I. 2. ed. 4*. 

Reise in SUd-Serbien und Nord-Bulgarien. 

AusgefQhrt im Jahre 1864. (Kais. Akad. d. Wis- 
sensch. Phil. hist. Classe. Denksch. Bd. 17, 
Abth. 2, pp. 1-66. I map, 5 pi. IVien, 1868. f*.) 

Tirnovo's altbulgarische Baudenkmale. 

Eine Reisestudie zur Knnstgeschichte. (Kais. 
Akad. d. Wissensch. Philos.-hist. CI. Sitzangsb. 
Bd. 82. pp. 271-288. Wien, 1876. illus. 8*.) 

KaranoT (Yefrem). Materiyali po etnografi- 
yata na nyekoi myestnosti v Syeverna Makedoniya 
koito su smezh ni s Bolgariya i Srbiya. (Sbornik 
za Narodni Umotvoreniya. Nauka i Knizhnina. 
V. 4, pp. 280-319. Sojia, 1891.) 

Pametnitzi ot Kratovo. (Sbornik za Na- 
rodni Umotvoreniya, Nauka i Knizhnina. v. 13, 
pp. 266-281. So^a, 1895.) 

KaroleT (P. M.) Nikolai Khristoforovich 
Palauzov. Cherti ot politicheskata mu dyeyatelnost. 
(Periodichesko spisanie na bolgarskoto knizhovno 
dnizhestvo v Sryedetz. ▼.61, pp. 166-216. Srye- 
detz, 1900.) 

Kasasia (Neocl^s) . Grecs et Bulgares au dix- 
neuvi^me et au vingti^me slides. Paris: P.-V. 
Stock, 1907. 82 p., I 1. 8". 

Kassner (Karl). Bulj^arien. Auf Grund eige- 
ner Reisen. 5 plates. (Gesellsch. f. Erdkunde. 
Ztsch. 1906, pp. 405-425, 466-481. Berlin, 1906.) 

Die Niederschlagsverteilung in Bulgarien. 

map. (Petermanns Mitteil. v. 48, pp. 145-151. 
Gotha, 1902.) 

Die Temperaturverteilung in Bulgarien. 

maps, chart. (Petermanns Mitteil. v. 51, pp. 
176-180. Gotha, 1905.) 

Kebedf^ (Michel S.) Les evenements de 
Bulgarie et de Roumelie orientate au point de vue 
du droit international. (Rev. de droit internat. 
Ser. 2, v. 9, pp. 5-51. Bruxelles, 1907.) 

KesyakoT (Kh.) Polozhenieto na Bolgariya 
kom kraya na 15 vyek. (Sbornik za Narodni Umot- 
voreniya, Nauka i Knizhnina. v. 6, pp. 177-181. 
Sofia^ 1891.) 



Putuvanye pryez Bolgarsko v 1635 god, 

(Periodichesko spisanie na bolgarskoto knizhovno 
druzhestvo v Sryedetz. v. 19, p. 63-69. Sryedetz^ 

1885.) 

Stari putuvaniya pryez Bolgariya. (Periodi- 
chesko spisanie na bolgarskoto knizhovno druz- 
hestvo V Sryedetz. v. 21, pp. 339-347. Sryedetz^ 
1887. 8".) 

Stari putuvaniya pryez Bolgfariya. Graf 

Volfgang Ettingenski. (Periodichesko spisanie na 
bolgarskoto knizhovno druzhestvo v Sryedetz, 
V. 58, pp. 630-640. Sryedetz, 1899.) 

Khilendareta (Sava). Istorichen ocherk na 
Sveta-gora Atonska. (Periodichesko spisanie na 
bolgarskoto knizhovno druzhestvo v Sryedetz. v. 60, 
pp. 951-986. Sryedetz, 1899.) 

KhriatOT (S.) Pirotskiyat okrug i negovoto 
naselenie. (Sbornik za Narodni Umotvoreniya, 
Nauka i Knizhnina. v. 11, pp. 259-325. Sofia, 
1894.) 

KhriatoTieh (G. K. ) Materiyali za izuchivanie 
bolgarskata fauna. (Sbornik za Narodni Umot- 
voreniya, Nauka i Knizhnina. v. 2, pp. 185-225. 
Sofia, 1890.) 

Kirkoff (Nicolas). Recherches anthropolo- 
giques sur la croissance des Olives de r£cole de 
S. A. R. le Prince de Bulgarie, k Sofia. (Soc. 
d'anthrop. de Paris. Bull, et mem. ser. 5, v. 7« 
pp. 226-233. Paris, 1907.) 

Koch (Adolf). Furst Alexander der Bulgarien. 
Mittheilungen aus seinem Leben und seiner Re^^ie- 
rung nach person lichen Erinnerungen, Darmstadt: 
A. Bergstrdsser, 1887. 2 p.l., 282 p., i port, illus. 

8^ 

[In English.] London, 1887. port., 

pi. 8*. 

KonstantinoT (Khr. R.) Chepino (yedno 
bolgarsko kraische v severozapadnitye raskloneniya 
V Rodopskitye planini). (Sbornik za Narodni 
Umotvoreniya, Nauka i Knizhnina. v. 3, pp. 355- 
380; V. 4, pp. 586-595; V. 15. pp. 221-265. Sofia, 
i890-'98.) 

KoraTelOT (Lyuben). Pamyatniki narodnavo 
byta bolgar. Moscow: K, Anders, 1861. book I. 
viii, 324 p. 8'. 

No more published. 

KoTacheT (V. T.) Material! za izuchvanie 
bolgarskata fauna. (Periodichesko spizanie na bol- 
garskoto knizhovno druzhestvo u Sryedetz. v. 7, 
pp. 742-749. Sryedetz, 1894.) 

KuBchoT (Vasil). Iz Bulgariya, Putni byely- 
eski : Sofiya-Yeliseina-Zgorigrad - Vratza - Mezdra. 
(Periodichesko spisanie na bolgarskoto knizhovno 
druzhestvo v Sryedetz. v. 57, pp. 62-73. Sryedetz, 
1898.) 

KusnetsOT (I.) Pismata na Lva Magistra t 
Roroana Lakapina. (Sbornik za Narodni Umot- 
voreniya, Nauka i Knizhnina. V. 16-17, pp. 179- 
245. Sofia, 1900.) 

Lafargue (E.) Les armees de la peninsule 
des Balkans. (Ques. Diplomat, et Coloniales. 
V. 23, pp. 34-41. Paris, 1907.) 

Lamy (^tienne). La renaissance de I'^tat. BuU 
gare, et le Prince Alexandre de Battenberg. (Cor- 
respondant. Paris, 1908. 8". annee 80, v. 233 
(n. s. V. 197), pp. 1041-1074.) 



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Bulgaria, confd, 

ttegev (Louis.) La Balgarie. Paris: Z. Cerf, 
1885. xviii, 228 p., I 1. 12'. 

La Bulgarie contemporaine. (Biblioth^que 

univcrselle. Lausanne, 1909. 8". v. 56, pp. 
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Bulgaria, confd. 

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PalaaheT (G.) Iz zhivota i obichaitye na 
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PaJmleri (P. Aurelio). La chiesa Bulgara 
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Bulgaria, confd, 

Rappin (Artur). Die Judea in Balgarien. 
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Nashata vonshna torgoviya prez i88o-i88z 

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Studiya vorkhu naselenieto na Sryedetz. 

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1882. 8\) 

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Znachenieto i zadachata na nashata etno- 

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Sttlgaria, confd. 

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Stone (Ellen M.) Six months among brigands. 
<McClure's Maga. v. 19, pp. 3-16, 99-109, 222- 
231. 464-471, 562-570. New York, 1902.) 

StoyanoT (P. Khr.) Finansovoto stopanstvo 
na soiiskata obschina. (Sbornik za Narodni Umot- 
yoreniya, Nauka i Knishnina. v. 21, pp. 1-163. 
Sofia, 1905.) 

StoyanoT (V. D.) Bolgarski star, rukopisen 
pametnik ot xiv. vyek. (Periodichesko spisanie na 
bolgarskoto knizhovno druzhestvo v Sryedetz. 
V. 21, pp. 267-278. Sryedetz, 1887. 8".) 

Istoricheski materiyali za bolgarski narod. 

(Periodichesko spisanie na bolgarskoto knizhovno 
druzhestvo v Sryedetz. v. 6, pp. 1 31-147. Srye- 
detz, 1883. 8'.) 

Istoricheski materiyali po novovozrazhda- 

nieto na bolgarski narod. (Periodichesko spisanie 
na bolgarskoto knizhovno druzhestvo v Sryedetz. 
V. 3i pp. 146-166. Sryedetz, 1882. 8°.) 



StrashimiroT (Dimitr T.) Istoriya na April- 
skoto Vozstanie. Izdanie i sobstvennost na Plov- 
divskata Okruzhna Postoyanna Komisiya. Plovdiv^ 
1907. 3 v. 8". 

8traasi(AdolO. Die Bulgaren. Ethnographis- 
che Studien. Leipzig: T, Grieben, 1898. vii, 
477 p.. I 1. 8*. 

Streitkr&fte (Die) der TOrkei und Bulgariens. 
1 pi. (Streffleurs 5sterr. militttr. Ztschr. Jahrg. 45 
(1904, V. i), pp. 1 13-123. Wien, 1904.) 

Sndokholska (Karolina). Bolgaritye v neiz- 
dadenitye memuari na Chaika Chaikovski (Sadok- 
pasha). (Sbornik za Narodni Umotvoreniya, Nauka 
i Knizhnina. v. 10, pp. 429-468. Sofia, 1894.) 

Takela (D. Ye.) Nyekogashnitye pavlikyani i 
segashnitye katolitzi v Plovdivsko. (Sbornik za 
Narodni Umotvoreniya, Nauka i Knizhnina. v. ii, 
pp. 103-134. Sofia, 1894.) 

TeodoroT(A.) Istoricheski materiali. (Period- 
ichesko spisanie na bolgarskoto knizhovno druz- 
hestvo v Sryedetz. v. 32-38, pp. 1 19-142. Srye- 
detz, 1 89 1.) 

Neuspyekh po bolgarski yezik v nashitye 

uchilishcha. (Periodichesko spisanie na bolg. 
knizhovno druzhestvo v Sryedetz. v. 21, pp. 500- 
522. Sryedetz, 1887. 8*.) 

Thompson (EUinor F. B.) Bulgaria to-day. 
(Monthly Rev. v. 22, no. i. (Jan. 1906), pp. 12-29. 
London, 1906.) 

Tonjoroff (Svetozar). Bulgaria and treaty of 
Berlin. (North Amer. Rev. New York, 1908. 8**. 
v. 188, pp. 833-841.), 

TosheT(A.) Kora termonologiyata na bolgar- 
skata fauna. (Periodichesko spisanie na bolgar- 
skoto knizhovno druzhestvo v Sryedetz. v. 39, pp. 
386-404. Sryedetz, 1892.) 

Kom terminologiyata na bolgarskata flora. 

(Periodichesko spisanie na bolgarskata knizhovno 
druzhestvo v Sryedetz. v. 35, pp. 633-659. Srye- 
detz, 1890.) 

Materiyali po florata na Bolgariya. (Pe- 
riodichesko spisanie na bolgarskoto knizhovno- 
druzhestvo v Sryedetz. v. 51, pp. 329-356. Srye- 
detz, [895.) 

Materiali po florata na Solunsko, (Sbornik 

za Narodni Umotvoreniya, Nauka i Knizhnina. 
V. II, pp. 423-457- Sofia, 1894.) 

Materiali po florata na Vershetz i okolnosti- 

tye. (Periodichesko spisanie na bolgarskoto kniz- 
hovno druzhestvo v SryeJetz. v. 62, pp. 464-516. 
Sryedetz, 190 1.) 

Tenia (Franz). Geologische Beobachtungen 

auf einer Reise in die Gegend von Silistria und in 

die Dobrudscha im Jahre 1892. (Jahrb. d. k. k. 

geol. Reichsanstalt. Jahrg. 1904, v. 54, pp. 1-46. 

Wien, 1904.) 

Reisen und geologische ' Untersuchungen 

in Bulgarien. Vortrag, gehaltenden 19. M&rz, 1890. 

Wien: Ed. Holzel, 1890. 144 p-, I map, 7 pi. 12^. 
(Verein zur Verbreitung naturwissenschaftlicher 
Kenntnisse, VortrSge. Jahrg. 30, Heft 16.) 

TrifonoT (Yu). Unishchozhavaneto na tor- 
novskata patriarshiya i zamyenyavaneto i s avto- 
nomno mitropolitstvo-arkhiepiskopstvo. (Sbornik 
za Narodni Umotvoreniya, Nauka i Knizhnina. 
v. 22-23, pt. I, pp. 1-40. Sofia, i9o6-'o7.) 



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LIST OF WORKS RELATING TO THE BALKANS 



Bulgaria, cont'd. 

Tsilka (Mrs, Katerina Stefanovna). Born 
among brigands. (McClure's Maga. v. 19, pp. 
291-300. ^ew Ycrkf 1902.) 

TuknkoT (D.) Kratka Bolgarska istoriya. 
Plovdiv: D, Manchev^ 1870. 76 p. 5. cd. 12*. 

TuknkoT (K. A.) Ofitzialni romono-turski 
do)cumenti po minavanieto na Khr. Botiovota cheta 
priez Dunava v 1876. (Sbornik za Narodni Umot- 
voreniya, Nanka i Knizhnina. v. 18, pp. 207-241. 
Sofia^ 1901.) 

23 pisma i byelyezhki na Vasil Levski po 

negovata apostolska dyeinost v Bolgariya pryez 
godinitye 1871; 1872. (Sbornik za Narodni Umot- 
voreniya, Nauka i Knizhnina. v. 16-17, pp. 754- 
781. Sofia^ 1900.) 

Tiyenov (Gancho). Praotechestvoto i prayezi- 
kot na Bolgaritye. Istoriko-filologicheski izdir- 
vaniya voz osnovi na pervoiztochnitzi. Sofia : 
author^ 1907. 212 p. 8 . 

Tares (Les) en Bulgarie. Paris: E, Dentu^ 
1869. 32 p. 8'. 

Uffarte de Ercilla (E.) La independencia de 
Bulgaria. (Razon y Fe. Madrid^ 1909. 8°. v. 25, 
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* Urqnhart (David). The spirit of the East, 
illustrated in a journal of travels through Roumeli, 
during an eventful period. London: H, Colbum^ 
1838. 2 V. 8'. 

Der Cjeist des Orients erISutert in einem 

Tagebuche Uber Reisen durch Rumili wShrend 
dner ereignissreichen Zeit. Von D. Urquhart. 
Aus dem Engiischen Qbersetzt von F. G. Buck. 
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XJminov (I v. K.) Materiali po florata na Lov- 
chanskiya i Tornovskiya okrug. (Sbornik za 
Narodni Umotvoreniya, Nauka i Knizhnina. v. 18, 
pp. 125-165. Sofia, 1901.) 

Materiali za florata na Tomovskiva okrug. 

(Sbornik za Narodni Umptvoreniya. Nauka i 
Knizhnina. v. 15, pp. 3-92. Sofia, 1898.) 

Peti prinos kom bolgarskata flora. (Sbor- 
nik za Narodni Umotvoreniya, Nauka i Knizhnina. 
V. 21, pp. 1-125. Sofia, 1905.) 

Prinos kom bolgarskata flora. (Sbornik za 

Narodni Umotvoreniya, Nauka i Knizhnina. v. 18, 
pp. 3-124. Sofia, 1901.) 

Treti prinos kom bolgarskata flora. (Sbor- 
nik za Narodni Umotvoreniya, Nauka i Knizhnina. 
v. 20. pp. 1-103. Sofia, 1904.) 

Vtori prinos kom bolgarskata flora. (Period- 

ichesko spisanie na bolgarskoto knizhovno druz- 
hestvo V Sryedetz. v. 62, pp. 293-420. Sryedetz, 
1901.) 

I Usta«Genchov (D.) Bolgarskoto opolchenie 
Vosvoboditelnata Rusko-Turska voyna 1877-78 
god. Dyestvieto na 3-tva ' druzhina ot bolgars- 
koto opolchenie. Vospominanie na podporuchika 
ot sushchata druzhina S. I. Kisov. Sofia. Tzentralna 
pechatnitza na P. Kaluchev & Co. (Sbornik za 
Narodni Umotvoreniya, Nauka i Knizhnina. v. 15, 
pp. 41-51. Sofia, 1898). 

Staro bolgarsko domostroitelstvo v Veliko. 

Tomovsko. (Periodichesko spisanie na bolgars- 



koto knizhovno druzhestvo v Sryedetz. ▼. S4* 
pp. 814-823. Sryedetz, 1896.) 

VankoT (L.) Prinos kom geologiyata na 
Merichlerskata okolnost. (Sbornik za Narodni 
Umotvorenijra. Nauka i Knizhnina. v. 12, pp. 3- 
31. Sofia, 1895.) 

VasilyoT (T.) Byelyezhki vorkhu vutryesh- 
noto sostoyaniye na Bolgariya prez 1888 god. 
(Periodichesko spisanie na bolgarskoto knizhovno 
druzhestvo v Sryedetz, v. 28, pp. 571-585. Srye- 
detz, 1889. 8°.) 

Vaiov (Ivan). Velikata rilska pustinya (Putni 
byelyezhki i vpechatlyeniya. ) (Sbnornik za Narodni 
Umotvoreniya. Nauka i Knizhnina. v. 7, pp. 3- 
85. Sofia, 1892.) 

Vereshcha^^n (Aleksandr Vasilyevich). U 
Bolgar i zagranitzei 1881-93. Vospominaniya i 
razskazy: prodolzhenie ocherkov *'Doma i na 
Voinye." St. Petersburg: A, Suvorin, 1896. 
328 p., 17 port. 8'. 

Verhilegfen (P.) Rapport sur la situation 
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(Royaume de Belgique. Recueil consulaire. Brux' 
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ViteloT (R.) Bolgaro-gretzkata tzerkovna ras- 
prya. (Periodichesko spisanie na bolgarskoto kniz- 
hovno druzhestvo v Sryedetz. v. 16, pp. 98-140; 
V. 17, pp. 203-261; V. 23-24, pp. 607-653; V. 25-26. 
pp. 1 1 6-1 52; V. 27, pp. 274-290; V. 28-30, pp. 528- 
538; V. 31. pp. 26-57; V. 32-33. pp. 177-210; 
V. 35. pp. 718-742; V. 36, pp. 861-889; V. 37-38, 
pp. 92-118; V. 58. pp. 535-65: ▼. 59. pp. 695-722; 
V. 60, pp. 823-857; V. 61, pp. 391-452; V. 62, 
PP- 517-612. Sryedetz, [885-1902.) 

Waehenhusen (Hans). Von Widdin nach 
Stambul. Streif zUge durch Bulgarien und Rumelien. 
Leipzig: C, B. Lorck, 1855. 2 p.l., 192 p. i6'. 
(Conversations und Reisebibliothek.) 

Wateff (S.) Anthropologische Beobachtungen 
der Farbe der Augen, der Haare und der Haut bei 
den Schulkindern von den TUrken, Pomaken, Tata- 
ren, Armenier, Griechen und Juden in Bulgarien. 
(Deutsche Gesellsch. f. Anthrop. Ethnol. u. Urge- 
schichte. Correpondenzblatt, v. 34, pp. 58-60. 
Braunschweig, 1903.) 

Beitrag zur Anthropologie der Bulgaren. 

(Archiv. fUr Anthrop. v. 26, pp. 1079-1085. 
Braunschweig, 1900.) 

Contribution k I'etude anthropologique des 

Bulgares. illus. place. (Soc. d'anthrop. de Paris. 
Bull, et mem. scr. 5, v. 5, pp. 437-458. Paris, 
1904.) 

Wiesner (Alois Karl). Aus Serbien und Bul- 
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einem illustrierten Anhang: Der serbisch-bulgar- 
ische Kreig. Mit vielen Abbildungen. Leipzig: 
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Wilke (Georg). Wanderungen in Bulgarien. 
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Woods (H. C.) The Bulgarian army. (United 
Service Maga. London, 1909. 8°. v. 160 (n. s. 

V. 39). pp. 376-398.) 

Wyon (Reginald). A chat about the Bulgarian 
army. (United Service Maga. v. 152 (n. s. v. 31), 
pp. 190-196. London, 1905.) 



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Bulgaria, confd. 

Tahoa ben Said ben Batrik. Imperator Vasili 

Bolgaroboitza. Izvlechenie tz lyetopisi. . . izdal, 

ptereviol i obyasnil Baron V. R. Rosen. Si. Peters- 

hurg: Imp. Akademiva Nauk, 1883. x, 447, 72 p. 

8". 
Supplement to v. 44 of ** Zapiski Imp. Akad. Nauk." No.x. 

Yankovieh ( ). and Gro^ich. Slaves du 
Sud; ou. Le peuple serbe; avec ies Croates et les 
Bulgares; aper9a de leur vie historique, politique et 
sociale. Paris: A* Franck, 1858. 2 p.l., 155 p. 
8'. 

TaTashev (Anani I v.) Prinos kom bol^^ar- 
skata narodna botanika. (Sbornik za Narodni Um- 
otvoreniya, Nauka i Knizhnina. v. 21, pp. 1-62. 
Sofia, 1905.) 

Prinos za poznavanie bolg^arskata flora. 

(Periodichesko spisanie na bolgarskoto knizhovno 
druzhestvo v Srycdetz. v. 21, pp. 279-304; v, 27, 
pp. 2QI-311. SryedeH, 1887-8. 8°.) 

Yenioherov (N. G.) Spomeni ot moyeto 
Qchitelstvo y Prilyep. (Sbornik za Narodni Umot- 
yoreniya, Naaka i Knizhnina. v. 20, pp. 1-72. 
Sofia, 1904.) 

Yoridiehesko Drazhestyo v Sofiya Protokoli 
i referati na Porviya kongres na Bolgarskitye Ju- 
risti, July, 1905. Sofiya: Pechatnitza na Br, Pat-- 
lovi, 1906. 307 p. 8'. 

Ynrinieh (St.) Prinos kom bolgarskata fauna 
na stonogitye. (Sbornik za Narodni Umotvoreniya, 
Nauka i Knizhnina. y. 20, pp. 1-44. Sofia, 1904.) 

Zaimov(St.) KhristoBotev opit za Biografi. 
yu>t Z. Stoyanoy Peryo izdanie Russe. 1889 g. 
(Sbornik za Narodni Umotvorenijra, Nauka i Knizh- 
nina. y. I, pp. 193-256. Sofia, 1889.) 

Minuloto. Ocherki i spomeni iz dyeya- 

telnostta na bolgarskitye taini revolyutzionni ko- 
miteti ot 1 869- 1877. Plovdiv: ltd. i pec hat na Khr. 
G, Danov, 1898-9. 3 y. 12". 

Zaneof (D.), and M. D. Balabanow. Bul- 
garia; by her two delegates. Translated by F. H. 
London: Goubaud and Son [1877]. 74 p. 8°. 

ZanetOT (G.) Bolgarskitye kolonii y Russiya. 
(Periodichesko spisanie na bolgarskoto knizhovno 
druzhestov v Sryedetz. v. 37-38, pp. 177-193; 
▼• 39. pp. 343-376; V. 43, pp. 849-898. Syredetz, 
1891-1892.) 

Zankoir (Assen). Der Socialismus in Bulga- 
rien. (Socialist! sche Monats-Hefte. Jahrg 8 (10), 
pp. 624-631. Berlin, 1904.) 

2Slatarski (Georgi N.) Cherti ot meteorolo- 
giyata. (Periodichesko spisanie nabolgarskoto 
knizhovno druzhestvo v Sryedetz. v. i, pp. 55-72. 
Sryedetz, 1882. 8*.) 

\ J ^ Kr -y , ^^* izvyestni ^olg^^rski nadpisa ot IXvyck. 

"* * * (Sbornik za Narodni Umotvoreniya Nauka i Knizh- 
nina. V. 15, p. 131. Sofia, 1898.) 

Geologicheski profil ot Sofiya prez Sarantzi 

* '/Z-(Tashkesen), Orkhanie 1 Etropole do vorkha na 
~ Zlatishkiya Balkan. (Periodichesko spisanie na 

bolgarskoto knizhovno druzhestvo v Sryedetz. v. 4, 
H>. 1-32. Sryedetz, 1883. 8*.) 

yj^hj. Izvyestiyata za bolgaritye khronikata na 

^ * simeona Metafrasta i Logoteu. (Sbornik za Na- 

rodni Umotvoreniya, Nauka i Knizhnina. v. 24, 
pt. I., pp. 1-161. Sofia, 1908.) 



Kom voprosa za toi narechenitye piyepravki j 

na Paisievata istoriya. (Periodichesko spisanie na V* A' 
bolgarskoto knizhovno druzhestvo v Sryedetz. v. 
59. pp. 723-757. Sryedetz, 1899.) 

Materiyali po geologiyata i mineralogiyata 

na Bolgariya. (Periodichesko spisanie na boigar- ^ 
skoto knizhovno no druzhestvo v Sryedetz. v. 2, .. • 
pp. 1-27; y. 3. pp. 84-131; v. 6, pp. 61-86; V. 7, 
pp. 74-95; ▼. 9. pp. 52-78; ▼. 16, pp. 1-27; V. 17. 
pp. 183-202; v. 18, pp. 333-359; V. 19. PP- 16-62; 
V. 21, pp. 450-479; V. 23, pp. 726-756. Sryedetz, 
1882-88. 8'.) 

Novi izvyestiya za nai-drevniya period na . \ 

bolgarskata istoriya. (Sbornik za Narodni Umot- 
voreniya, Nauka i Knizhnina. v. ii, pp. 145-154. 
Sofia, 1894.) 

Pismata na tzarigradskiya patriarkh Niko- ^ . . 

laya Mistika do bolgarskiya tzar Simeona. (Sbornik /' 
za Narodni Umotvoreniya, Nauka i Knizhnina. 

v. 10, pp. 372-429. Sofia, 1894.) 

Pismata na Vizantiskiya imperator Romana 

Lakapena do bolgarskiya t7ar Simeona. (Sbornik • > 
za Narodni Umotvoreniya, Nauka i Khizhnina. 
v. 13. pp. 292-322. Sofia, 1895.) 

Studii po bolgarskata istoriya. Periodi- 
chesko spisanie na bolgarskoto knizhovno druz- ' 
hestvo V Sryedetz. v. 54, pp. 755-79. Sryedetz, 
1896.) 

Zhitiyeto na sv. Teodosiya. (Sbornik za 

Narodni Umotvoreniya, Nauka i Knizhnina. v. 20, 
pp. 1-4 1. S0fia,igO4.) 

2SlatoiistoT (Khr.) Unter-oBtzerski voproftv 
glavnitye yevropeiski armi i sostoyanieto mu y 
nashata armiya. (Periodichesko spisanie na bol- 
garskoto knizhovno druzhestvo v Sryedetz. v. 11, 
pp. 34-58; V. 12, pp. 15-64. Sryedetz, 1884.* 8'.) 

Constantinople. 

See sub-section under 

Turkey. 
Croatia. 

Periodicals. 

ArkiTza povestnicu jugoslavensku Uredio Ivan 
Kukuljevic Sakcinski (Izdano troskom Druztva za 
Jugoslavensku Povestnicu i Starine). Knjiga 1-12. 
U Zagrebu, 1 851-1875. 8'. 

In Croatian. No more published. 

Jug^fllavenska Akademija znanosti i um- 
jetnosti. Ljetopis. Za godina 1 899-1908 (Nos. 
14-23). U Zagrebu Knjizara J. Ak., 1 900-1909. 
I2^ 

Rad. Kniga 60 (1882); 96 (1889); 105, 

108, 114-115 (1891-93); 129(1896); 140, 142-177 
(1899-1909). U Zagrebu Knjizara y. Ak., 1882- 
1909. 8°. 

General Works. 

Agfram* Monumenta historica liberse regime 
civitatis Zagrabiae metropolis regni Dalmatiae, 
Croatise et Slavoniae. Edidit Joannes Bapt. 
Tkalcic. v. i-ii (1003-1526). Zagrabia: C. 
Albrecht, 1 889-1 90 5. 4 . 
Title in LAtin and Hungarian. 

Izvjesce gradsko ga poglavarstva o sveobco> 

upravi slob, i kr. glavnoga grada Zagreba, 1886- 

1906. ^ Za/r^*«, 1887-1907. 8* and 4". 
Official gazette of the city. 



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Croatia, cont'd. 

Proracun obgine slob, i kr. s^lavnoga grada 

Zagreba, 1899-1908. C/ Zagredu, 190&-1908. £*. 

Book (C.) Historische Ergebnisse eines archSo- 
logischen Fundes in Croatien. (Kais. Akad. d. 
Wissensch. Pbilos.-Hist. CI. Sitzangsb. Bd. 27, 
pp. 57-88. 1 pi. fVien, 1858. 8*.) 

Cheater (Frank Dyer). Territorial government 
of Croatia-Slavonia. (Monthly Consular Repts. 
no. 297, Jane, 1905, pp. 103-104. IVashingtony 
1905.) 

Codes diplomaticas. See Jafl^slaTensluk 

Akademija. 

Cora (Guido). Fra gli slavi meridional! : un' 
escursione in Croazia e in Serbia (1902). (Nuova 
antologia. v. 197 (ser. 4, v. 113), pp. 440-461. 
Roma^ X904.) 

Creates et Magyars. [Signed] Un Croate. 
(Nouv. rev. v. 143 (n. s. v. 24), pp. 443-453* 
Paris, 1903.) 

Croatia. Hrvatski Spomenici. Zbirku I. 
Knkujevica i R. Lopasica popunio i za tisak pri- 
redio. . . Duro Surmin. Sveska i. u Zagrebu: 
Tisak Dianieke Tiskare, 1898. 8*. (Jugoslavenska 
Akad. u Zagrebu. Monumenta historico-juridica 
Slavorum meridioiialium ... v. 6.) 

Sabor (Diet; unicameral). [Proceedings] 

1st Sess., 1861-date. Zagreb, 1867-date. V and 



JOnevik (Joumal) 



x86x. M. /.• n. d. 3 ▼. 

1865-1867. Zagreb, 1867. x ▼. 

X86&-X87X. Zagreb, xtf84. x v. 

x87a-x875. Zagreb, X875, 1896. a v. 

1875-1878. Zagreb, X900. x v. 

1878-1881. Zagreb, X003-X904. 3 v. 

X88X-X884. Zagreb, 1884. a v. 

X884-X887. Zagreb, X887. a v. 

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>tenograficki zapisnici (Stenographic record), mi 
X901. 5 V. 

Stenograficki zapisnici (Stenographic record), sets. 1901- 
X906. 6 V. 

Stenograficki zapisnici (Stenographic record), sess. X906- 
X9XX. V. x-a. 

V. x-a, seas. x-7a. May x9o6-March X907 is all that the 
Library has of the last session. 

Kronologicki i alfabeticki nasastari K 

stenografickim zapisnicima, 1861, 1865/7, 1868/71, 
1875/81 1878/81, 1881/4, 1884/7, 1887/92, 1892/7, 
1 897/ 1 902. Zagreb, v. d. ii vols. f°. 

ETaiM (A. J.) Through Bosnia and the 
Herzegovina on foot, during the insurrection, Aug. 
and Sept., 1875; with an historical review of 
Bosnia, and a glimpse at the Croats, Slavonians, 
and the ancient republic of Ragusa, London, 1877. 
illus.. map. 2. ed. 8^ 

Florinski (T. D.) Dr. Frantz Rachki, porviya 
pryedsyedatel na Yugoslovyenskata akademiya. 
(Periodichesko spisanie na bolgarskoto knizhovno 
druzhestvo v Sryedetz. v. 52, pp. 576-629. 
Sryedetz, 1896.) 

Gonnard (Rene). Le trialisme et la Croatie. 
(Questions diplomat, et col. Paris, 1909. 8*. 
V. 28. pp. 479-484.) 

GorJanovie-Bj*amber£fer (Karl). Homo 
primigenius aus dem Diluvium von Krapina in 
Kroatien und dessen Industrie. (Deutsche 



Gesellsch. f. Anthrop. Ethnol. u. Urgeschichte. 
Correspondenzblatt, v. 36, pp. 88-90. Braun- 
schweig, 1905.) 

Der palaolithische Mensch und seine Zeit** 

genossen aus dem Diluvium von Krapina in 
Croatien. (Anthropol. (Gesellsch. Mlttheil. Sit- 
znngsb. v. 29, pp. 65-68. Wien, 1899.) 

(Anthrop. (Gesellsch. Mitteil, v. 31, 

pp. 164-197; V. 32, pp. 189-216; v. 34, pp. 187- 
199; V. 35, pp. 197-229. Wien^ 1899-05.) 

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Henrjr (Ren^). Chez les Croates. (Questions 
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Klaie (Vjekoslav). Hrvatski hercezi i bani za 
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Marturina. Slavonska daca u srednjem 

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(Jugoslavenska Akademija znanosti i umjetnosti. 

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Vrbanie (Fr.) Jedno stoljece u razvoju broja 
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Prilozi gospodarskomu razvoju hrv-slav. 

Krajine u. 19. vijeku. (Jugoslavenska Akademija 
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Rad hrvatskoga zakonarstva na polju uprave 

od god. 1 861. do najnovijega vremena. (Jugosla- 
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Arriifoni degli Oddi (Ettore). Nota su una 
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Dalmatia, confd, 

Bodoa. — Statutes, Statata et leges civitatis 
Buduse, civitatis Scardonae, et civitatis et tQSuls 
Lesinse. Opera. . .S. Ljubic. Zagrabia: Officina 
Soc. Typographical 1882-3. >3t, 618 p., I uicsim. 
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menta historica-juridica Slavorum meridionalium 
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Cassafl (L. F.) Voyage pittoresque et his- 
torique de l*Istrie et de la Dalmatie redig^ par 
Laval lee. Paris, 1802. f°. 

Travels in Istria and Dalmatia, drawn up 

from the itinerary of L. F. Cassas...by Joseph 
LavalMe. London: R, Phillips^ 1805. iv, 124 p., 
I map, 6 pi. 8**. 

Ch^lard (Raoul). La Dalmatie. (Rev. de 
g^og. Ann^e 29, pp. 3-9. Paris, IQ05.) 

Codes dipiomaticus. Ste Jog^oslavenskjk 

Akademija. 

Coffin (Marian Cruger). Where East meets 
West. Visit to picturesque Dalmatia. Montenegro 
and Bosnia, illus. (Natl. Geog. Maga. Wash- 
ington, 1908. 8". v. 19, pp. 309-344.) 

Dalnelli (Giotto). Contributo alio studio dell' 
•eocene medio dei dintorni di Ostroviza in DaU 
mazia. (R. accad. d. Lincei. Rendic. classe d. 
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1904.) 

II miocene inferiore di Monte Promina in 

Dalmazia. (R. accad. d. Lincei. Rendic. classe 
di sci. fis. ser. 5, v. 10, pt. i, pp. 50-52. Roma, 
1901.) 

Dalmatien. iVien: K, K. Hof- und Staats- 
druckerei, 1892. vii. 352 p., i pi. sq. 4'. (Die 
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Davis (W. M.) An excursion in Bosnia, Her- 
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Diehl (Charles). Dans le Dalmatie romaine. 
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Chez les slaves de TAdriatique. Les sou- 
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Duckerts (J.) [La Dalmatie, la Bosnie et 
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Dnemmler (Ernst). Ueber die Ulteste Ge- 
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Faidigfa (Adolph). Das Erdbeben von Sinj 
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liche Akademie der Wissenschaften in Wien. Erd- 
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Fortis (Alberto). Travels into Dalmatia. . .in 
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Gruber (Dane). Borba Ludovika L s Mle- 
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Akademija znanosti i umjetnosti. Rad. U Zagrebu, 
1903. 8 . Knjiga 152, pp. 32-161.) 



Dalmacija za Ludovika I. (1358-1382.) 

I. Dio. (Jugoslavenska Akademija znanosti i um- 
jetnosti. Rad. U Zagrebu, i9o6-'o7. 8°. Knjiga 
166, pp. 164-215: Knjiga 168, pp. 163-240; 
Knjiga 170, pp. 1-75.) 

Heyer von Rosenfeld (Karl Georg Friedrich), 
and J. SlEBMACHER, editors. Der Adel des Ktinig- 
reichs Dalmatien. (In: J. Sicbmacher: Grosses 
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Holbaeh (Maude M.) Dalmatia. The land 
where east meets west With upwards of 50 illus- 
trations from photographs by O. Holbaeh, and a 
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HoTorka (Oskar). Die Poganica und ihre 
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Jackson (Frederick Hamilton). The shores 
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Jackion (Thomas Graham). Dalmatia, the 
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and the island of Grado. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 
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Jelic (Luka). Moci sv. .Simuna Bogoprimaoca 
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Jireeek (Constantin). Die Romanen in den 
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Joifoslavenska Akademija u Zagrebu. Co- 
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klas. V. 2-5. Zagrebia, 1904-1907. 4°. 
A second title-page in Croatian : Diplomaticki zbomik. 

Kassner (Karl). Das regenreichste Gebiet 
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Klaie (Vjekoslav). Marturina. Slavonska daca 
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Klarie(Ivan), and XiiTOH Elias Caric. Ver- 
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Dalmatic, confd, 

Martelli (Alessandro). I terreni nummnlitici 
<li Spalato in Dalmazia. (R. accad. d. Lincei. 
Rendic. classe d. sci. fis. ser. 5, v. 11, pt. i, pp. 
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Mayer (Ernesto). La costituzione manicipale 
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Tradazione di Camillo de Franceschi. con osserva- 
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Mnnro (R.) Rambles and studies in Bosnia- 
Herzegovina and Dalmatia; with an account of the 
proceedings of the congress of archaeologists and 
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Edinburgh: W, Blackwood 6* Sons, 1895. xx, 
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Or»n8i(M.) Auf dem Rade durch Kroatien, 
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Pappafibva (Vladimir). Les c^r^monies nup- 
tiales chez les Morlaques de la Dalmatie. Traduc- 
tion de P. David. Paris: V, Lecoffre, 1902. 8 p. 
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Passarjgfe (Ludwig). Dalmatien und Monte- 
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PetrovskiJ (Nestor). O genejalogiji Drzic^. 

1 chart (Jugoslavenska Akademija znanosti i um- 
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Polie (Martin). Parlamentama povjest kral- 
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Pred&dovic ( v.). Das Ringelstechen von 
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Sisic (Ferdo). Miha Madijev de Barbazanis. 
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Zadar i Venecija od godine 11 59. do 1247. 

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** Snaffle." In the land of the Bora; or, Camp 
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Stefan! (Carlo de). Su alcuni terreni eocenici 
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Stelkni (Carlo de), and Albssandro Mar- 
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Strach (Hermann). Dalmatien and seine 
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Strani^ord (Emily Anne Beaufort Smythe), 
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Strobl (P. Gabriel). Dipterenfauna von Bos- 
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Sufflay (Milan V.) Die dalmatinische Priva- 
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Ventnri (Adolfe). La scultura dalmata nel xv. 
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VoinoTich (Louis de), Comte. Louis xiv et 
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Weniel (Gustav). BeitrUge zur Quellenkunde 
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Wilkinson i^Sir John Gardner). Dalmatia and 
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Yriarte (C. E.) Les bords de TAdriatique et 
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Charlottenburg, The Burger- 

meister i 

Chicago, West Chic. Park 

Commiss 3 19 

Christian Social Union . . 24 

Deutsch-Amerikanischer Na- 

tionalbund 4 2 

Deutsche Shakespeare Gesell- 

schaft • I 

Dodge, Cleveland H. ... 78 3 

Drisber, Miss M 2 

Dundee Social Union . . . i i 
Emanuel Sisterhood • . . 300 150 
Evans, Henry Ridgely . . i 
Fairchild, Mrs. C. S. . . . 7 2 

Farnsworth, E. C i 

France, Pr6fet de la Seine . 22 3 
Funk & Wagnalls Co. (12 prints) 

Furnival, Wm. J i 

Gesellschaft far Natur- und 
Heilkunde, Dresden ... i 

Grunsky, C. E i 

Hague, Charles A 3 

Hodges, A. D., jr i 

Hudson-Fulton Celebration 

Commiss. (9 medals) 
111., Sec. of State .... 13 7 
India, Imperial Library . . i 
Ingham, Dr. William V. . . i 

Isle of Man, Official Bd. of 

Advertising 22 

Japan, Mercantile Marine Bu- 
reau I 

Jordan, Wm. George ... 2 

Kiel, Handelskammer . . . i i 

Knopf, Dr. S. A i 

Leeward Islands, Colonial 

Secretary i 

Lewiston Public Library . . i 
London County Council . . i 



VOLS. 

Manitoba, Legislative Assem- 
bly I 

Mankato Free Public Library 
Maryland Agric. College . . 2 
Mass., Sec. of the Common- 
wealth 2 

Mass. State Bd. of Agriculture 2 
Masten & Nichols .... 2 
Minn., Sec. of State ... 8 

Moore, Clarence B i 

Morgan, J. Pierpont ... i 

Moses, M. J 6 

Native Daughters of the Gol- 
den West 3 

Neth., Minister of Finance . i 
New Jersey, Custodian of the 

Capitol I 

New York City, Art Commiss. 48 
New York City, Bd. of Educa- 

tion I 

New York City, Mayor (MSS.) 
New York Herald .... 26 
New York State, Assembly . 6 
New York State, Dept. of 

Health — Cancer Laboratory 4 
New York State, Forest, Fish 

and Game Commission . . 2 
New York State, Insurance 

Dept II 

New York State, Senate . . 35 
New York State Soldiers* and 

Sailors* Home 5 

New Zealand, Public Trustee 
Newton, Mass., City Clerk . i 
North Carolina, Insurance 

Commissioner 2 

North Dakota, State Geologi- 
cal Survey 4 

North Wales Home Teaching 
Soc. for the Blind .... 
Oregon State Library ... i 
Pennsylvania Bar Assoc. . 2 

Phi Gamma Delta Fraternity 3 

Phillips, J. F 

Publishers' Weekly .... 40 
Railroad Age Gazette ... 64 
Robinson, Herman (MSS.) 
Root, Hon. Elihu .... 22 

Rowe, Prof. L. S 

Spanish Treaty Claims Com- 
miss 

South Australia, Govt. Printer 3 
Transvaal, Govt. Printer . 
U. S. Supt. of Documents . 95 
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FEBRUARY 1910 
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Report for Jajjuarv 88-66 

Anndal Rkport of THB Director for 1909 .... 67-186 

Rkckkt Accessions of Intkbkst 187-191 

Principal Donors in January 193 



NEW YORK 
1910 



BOARD OI" TRUSTEES 

John W. Alexander. J. Pierpont Morgan. 

William W. Appleton. Morgan J. O'Brien. 

}0HN Bigelow. Stephen H. Oun. 

OHN L. Cadwalader. Alexander E. Orr. 

Andrew Carnegie. George L. Rives. 

Cleveland H. Dodge. Charles Howland Russell. 

John Murphy Farley. Edward W. Sheldon. 

Samuel Greenbaum. George W. Smith. 

John Henry Hammond. Frederick Sturgbs. 

H. Van Rensselaer Kennedy. Henry W, Taft. 

Lewis Cass Ledyard. 

William J. Gaynor, Mayor of the City of New York, ex officio. 
William A. Prendergast, Comptroller of the City of New York, ix officio, 
John Purroy Mitchell, President of the Board of Aldermen, ex officio. 



OFFICERS 

President ^ Hon. John Bigelow, LL.D. 
First Vice-President, John L. Cadwalader, LL.D. 
* Second Vice-President. 
Secretary, Charles Howland Russell, Esq., 425 Lafayette Street. 
Treasurer, EDWARD W. SHELDON. Esq., United States Trust Company, 45 Wall Street. 
Director, John S. Billings, D.C.L.. LL.D., 425 Lafayette Street. 
Assistant Director, Edwin H. Anderson, Esq., 425 Lafayette Street. 



BRANCHES— BEFEBENGE 

Lafayette Street, 425. (AsTOR.) Fifth Avenue, 8go. (Lenox.) 

CIBCUIiATlON 

MANHATTAN 

East Broadway, 33. (Chatham Square.) 

East Broadway, 192. (Seward Park.) 

RiviNGTON Street, 61. 

Houston Street, 388 East. (Hamilton Fish Park. 

Le Roy Street, 66. (Hudson Park.) 

Bond Street, 49. Near the Bowery. 

8th Street. 135 Second Avenue. (Ottendorfer.) 

loth Street, 331 East. (Tompkins Square.) 

13th Street, 251 West. Near 8th Avenue. (Jackson Square.) 

a3d Street, 228 East. Between 2d and 3d Avenues. (Epiphany.) 

23d Street, 209 West. Near 7th Avenue. (Muhlenberg. Department Headquarters.) 

36th Street, 303 East. East of 2d Avenue. (St. Gabriel's Park.) 

40th Street, 501 West. Between loth and nth Avenues. (St. Raphael's.) 

42d Street, 226 West. Near 7th Avenue. (George Bruce.) 

50th Street, 123 East. Near Lexington Avenue. (Cathedral.) 

51st Street. 742 loth Avenue. (Columbus.) 

58th Street, 121 East. Near Lexington Avenue. 

67th Street, 328 East. Near ist Avenue. 

69th Street. 190 Amsterdam Avenue. (Riverside. Travelling Libraries.) 

78th Street. 1465 Avenue A. (Webster.) 

79th Street, 222 East. Near 3d Avenue. (Yorkville.) 

8ist Street. 444 Amsterdam Avenue. (St. Agnes. Blind Library.) 

96th Street, 112 East. Between Lexington and Park Avenues. 

looth Street, 206 West. Near Broadway. (Bloomingdale.) 

iioth Street, 174 East. Near 3d Avenue. (Aguilar.) 

115th Street, 201 West. Near 7th Avenue. 

124th Street, 9 West. (Harlem Library Branch.) 

125th Street, 224 East. Near 3d Avenue. 

135th Street, 103 West. Near Lenox Avenue. 

145th Street, 503 West. (Hamilton Grange.) 

156th Street. 922 St. Nicholas Avenue. (Washington Heights.) 

BRONX. 

140th Street, 321 East, cor. Alexander Avenue. (Mott Haven.) 
1 68th Street, 78 West, cor. Woodycrest Avenue. (Highbridge.) 
169th Street, 610 East. McKinley Square. (Morrisania.) 
176th Street. 1866 Washington Avenue. (Tremont.) 
230th Street. 3041 Kingsbridge Avenue. (Kingsbridge.) 

RICHMOND. 

St. George. 5 Central Avenue. Tompkinsville P. O. 
Port Richmond. 75 Bennett Street. 
Stapleton. 132 Canal Street, cor. Brook Street. 
Tottenville. 7430 Amboy Road. Near Prospect Avenue. 



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Bdward W. Sheldon, 45 Wall Street; Director, John S. Billings, 415 Lafayette Street. 

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Vol. XIV. 



February, 1910. 



No. 2. 



REPORT FOR JANUARY. 

Reference Department. 

During the month of January there were received at the Library, by purchase, 
1,191 volumes and 1,257 pamphlets; by gift, 1,517 volumes and 3,110 pamphlets; and 
by exchange, 190 volumes and 1,395 pamphlets, making a total of 3,898 volumes 
and 5,663 pamphlets. 

There were catalogued 1,958 volumes and 3,817 pamphlets; the number of cards 
written was 4,721, and of slips for the copying machine 3,801 ; from the latter were 
received 23,533 cards. 

The following table shows the number of readers, and the number of volumes 
consulted, in the Astor and Lenox Branches during the month: 



No. of readers and visitors , 

No. of readers 

No. of readers, desk applicants 

No. of volumes consulted by desk ap 

plicants 

Daily average of readers 




Day. 



15,280 
15,280 
13*826 

47,139 

611 



Astor. 



EventDg. 



3,048 

3,048 
3,858 

6,7<>S 

133 



Total. 



18,328 
18,338 
16,684 

53,904 
733 



Total. 



31,998 
20,043 
17,849 

61,113 

802 



63 



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REPORT FOR JANUARY 



CIRCULATION STATISTICS FOR MONTH OF JANUARY. 



BKANCMBS. 



MANHATTAN. 

East Broadway, 33 

East Broadway, 192 

Rivington Street, 61 

East Hoaston Street, 388 

Le Roy Street, 66 

Bond Street, 49 

8th Street. 13S Second Avenne 

loth Street, 331 East. 

13th Street, 251 West 

a3d Street, 228 East 

a3d Street, 209 West 

36th Street, 303 East 

40th Street, 501 West 

42d Street, 226 West 

50th Street, 123 East 

51st Street. 742 Tenth Avenue 

SSth Street, 121 East 

67th Street, 328 East 

69th Street 190 Amsterdam Avenue. 

Travelling Libraries 

77th Street 1465 Avenue A 

79th Street, 222 East 

8 1 St Street. 444 Amsterdam Avenue. 

Blind Library 

96th Street, 112 East 

looth Street, 206 West 

iioth Street, 1 74 East 

115th Street, 201 West 

124th Street, 9 West 

125th Street, 224 East 

135th Street, 103 West 

•45th Street, 503 West 

156th Street. 922 St. Nicholas Avenue . 

BRONX. 

140th Street, 321 East 

i68th Street, 78 West 

169th Street, 610 East 

176th Street and Washington Avenue. 
Kingsbridge Avenue, 3041 

RICHMOND. 
St. George ... 

Port Richmond 

Stapleton 

Tottenville 

Totals 



CIRCULATION. 


NBW 
RBGISTBA- 


RBAOBRS IN RBADING 
ROOM. 


▼OLums 










ACCBS- 


HOMB USB. 
(VOLUMB8.) 


HALL USB. 
(SBAOBSS.) 


TIONS. 


ADULTS. 


TOTAL. 


8IONBD. 


14.887 


6,567 


345 


2,979 


2,979 


531 


43,706 


7,884 


2,520 


4.009 


7.576 


1,233 


21,763 


8.607 


477 


10,056 


10,410 


559 


31,160 


6,859 


529 


3,706 


4.619 


720 


9.946 


4,769 


145 


2.053 


6,402 


20a 


9,635 


2.164 


184 


2,131 


4,060 


153 


19.759 


975 


408 


3.285 


3.541 


396 


23.347 


8.271 


472 


6,222 


6,500 


483 


9.467 


3,091 


196 






236 


11.363 


3,239 


214 


4.376 


6,346 


120 


12,353 


4,626 


235 






194 


10,943 


4.670 


204 


1,593 


1,675 


84 


3.641 




63 






35 


13. 161 


1,782 


261 






154 


6,172 


1,345 


93 


491 


I.55I 


136 


17.459 


4.342 


439 


1,068 


1,068 


74 


15.136 


2,063 


375 


4. 683 


4,688 


178 


14.943 


2.943 


226 


1,059 


6,927 


588 


13.743 


896 


239 


4.435 


5.345 


184 


71.261 










472 


15.016 


3.792 


257 


1,236 


1.687 


386 


23,242 


3.536 


456 


2,406 


4.964 


398 


17,086 


4.624 


271 


1.835 


2,013 


320 


1,410 




12 






215 


23.946 


2,541 


381 


2,685 


5.370 


305 


17,234 


3.617 


237 


1.724 


2,023 


240 


26,832 


10,576 


792 


2.069 


2,069 


473 


21,360 


7.622 


453 


1,728 


3,341 


478 


19.585 


5,337 


508 


2.439 


2,661 


344 


10,071 


1.878 


207 


1,083 


1.575 


74 


18.677 


2,217 


250 


1,238 


3.744 


303 


20,403 


984 


547 


1. 813 


3.616 


141 


9.741 


1,305 


209 


1 




236 


20,145 


3,566 


515 


1,884 


4.907 


333 


4.228 


1,727 


61 






46 


19.625 


1.333 


316 


2.I3I 


2,776 


194 


22,541 


943 


294 


2,410 


6.752 


289 


3.366 


1.695 


30 






49 


6,836 


2.022 


74 


1,369 


1,704 


96 


6,045 


1.507 


50 


456 


1,300 


158 


6.540 


2,705 


73 


I.53I 


3.836 


51 


3.642 


1.423 


30 






80 


691,416 


140,043 


13.648 


82,178 


128,025 


11,930 



REPORT FOR JANUARY 65 

Gifts worthy of mention were received from the following: Dr. E. Stanley 
Abbot, "The syllogistic philosophy or prolegomena to science," two volumes, by 
Francis EUingwood Abbot, Boston, 1906; Bolivia, twenty-nine volumes, forty- 
seven pamphlets and twenty-six periodicals, all public documents; John D. 
Crimmins, the first three volumes of the "Journal of the Association for the 
Preservation of the Memorials of the Dead in Ireland," Dublin, 1888-1897; Thomas 
Gibson, his "Library of Speculation and Investment," New York, 1907-1909; 
William F. Havemeyer, twenty-eight line engravings in early states, usually 
before letters, by Morghen, Toschi, Longhi and Anderloni, Mandel and Keller, 
etc.; Mrs. L. C. Heely, eleven volumes and six periodicals, "The lace maker" 
and "The modem Priscilla," Boston; Finance Department of India, seventeen 
volumes of reports, etc., covering the period from 1884/5 to 1909/10; New York 
Herald, three hundred and eleven volumes, a miscellaneous collection; Ernest 
Schemikow, nine volumes, ninety-two periodicals and a large number of news- 
papers, from Salvador; Samuel Milton Sutliff, jr., his "History of the American 
and Puritanical family of Sutliff or Sutliff e. . .and. . . descendants through 
Nathaniel Sutliff, jr." Downers Grove, 111., 1909; John Svanljung, a copy of 
"Patent-law of Finland" edited by himself, Helsingfors, 1899; Thomas Publish- 
ing Company, "Thomas' register of American manufacturers and first hands in 
all lines" 4th annual edition (1909-10) New York; Anne Withington and Caroline 
Stallbohm, a copy of "Men, the workers" by Henry Demarest Lloyd, N. Y., 1909. 
The Library also received from the Attorney General of the United States, the 
oral argument for the government in the case of the United States vs. the Ameri- 
can Tobacco Company, and from DeLancey NicoU, the "Oral argument of Delan- 
cey Nicoll on behalf of the American Tobacco Company & others. Supreme Court 
of the United States, October term, 1909;" and from Emerson R. Newell the 
brief for the defendant in the case of the Wright Brothers vs. Herring-Curtiss 
Company and Glenn H. Curtiss, and the brief for the complainant from H. A. 
Toulmin. 

During January, fifty-three volumes and one hundred and twenty-three 
pamphlets from twelve donors were received for the German-American collec- 
tion, from the Antigo Publishing Company, German Baptist Publication Society, 
Professor C. O. Schoenrich, Concordia Publishing House, etc. 

At the Lenox branch the exhibitions of modem book plates in the print 
galleries, and of mezzotints in color by F. G. Stevenson in the lower hall, were 
continued. 

At the AsTOR branch plates from Mr. J. C. Dana's collection "The Printed 
Book," and from "Die Gewebesamnilung des Koniglichen Kunstgewerbe-Muse- 
ums zu Berlin," were on view. 

At the branches the usual semi-annual change in travelling exhibitions was 
made. 

Picture bulletins and lists of books on subjects of interest were posted in the 
branches as follows: 

Chatham Square, Daniel Webster, William McKinley, Robert Louis Stev- 
enson, Knights of the Round Table, Ballads of Knights and ladies. Myths of 
Greece and Rome ; Seward Park, Animal stories ; Rivington Street, Egyptian 



66 REPORT FOR JANUARY 

art; Hamilton Fish Park, Chivalry, Books for older boys and girls; Hudson 
Park, Making of the constitution, Growth of the West, Indians, Games; Boni> 
Street, Alaska, North Pole, Electric motors, Hawaii, Melodies of many lands. 
Nature through the microscope; Ottendorfer, The golden West, Travel in 
Europe, William Shakespeare; Tompkins Square, Lewis Carroll, Jacob and 
Wilhehn Grimm, January magazines; Jackson Square, Trees; Epiphany,. 
Legends of the Knights; Muhlenburg, Picture books, Philippine Islands and 
Porto Rico; George Bruce, Some good Indian books; s8th Street, January 
birthdays of famous men. Great explorers, Alice in Wonderland; 67TH Street, 
Popular authors. Dog stories. Pirates; Riverside, Annual friends, Fairy tales. 
Housekeeping, Legendary heroes, Stories of the West, Tales of the jungle. The 
theatre; Yorkville, Indians; St. Agnes, Socialism, Food, South and Central 
America; 96TH Street, Summer and winter in the logging camps, January his- 
torical calendar ; Bloomingdale, Sea stories, Our little foreign cousins ; Aguilar, 
School stories; 115TH Street, Chivalry, Japan; 125TH Street, Education; 13STH 
Street, Books on dogs; Mott Haven, Michael Angelo, Charles Dickens, Little 
people of Holland; Morrisania, Sea stories, Thomas Bailey Aldrich, Richard 
Watson Gilder, Joel Chandler Harris, Frederick Remington, Bayard Taylor, 
Edgar Allan Poe, Lord Byron, Robert Burns ; Tremont, Legends of the Middle 
Ages, Pirate stories; Kingsbridge, Music, Stories of wild animals; St. George, 
Housekeeping; Port Richmond, Cuba, Pirates, Interesting articles in January 
magazines; Stapleton, India. 

In addition there were lists posted on new books in eight branches, on the 
new year in seven, on Benjamin Franklin in six, on subjects of the Board of 
Education lectures in five, on the opera in four, on Abraham Lincoln in four, and 
on winter in two branches. 

The Board of Estimate on Friday, February 4, authorized the letting of 
contract No. 11 (for furniture and equipment), the only contract for finishing 
the new building still unlet, to the Cobb Construction Company at its bid of 

$543,750. 



REPORT OF THE DIRECTOR 

For the Year Ending December 31, 1909. 

January 3, 1910. 

Hon. John Bigelow, 

President of The New York Public Library. 

Sir: 

I have the honor to submit the following report of the work of the Library 
for the year 1909. 

Since my last report the Board has lost its second vice-president, John 
Stewart Kennedy, who died at his home in this city on Sunday, October 31, 
1909. Mr. Kennedy had served as a trustee of the Lenox Library since 
1885, becoming its president in 1887, and he served as trustee and second 
vice-president of The New York Public Library from the time of consolida- 
tion in 1895. By his will the Library is to receive three sixty-fourths of his 
residual estate, estimated to amount to not less than $2,250,000. The be- 
quest is imrestricted, but it will not be available until the estate is settled, 
which will take fully a year or more. 

At the regular meeting of the Board on January 13, 1909, John L. Cad- 
walader was elected first vice-president in place of the late Right Rev. Henry 
C. Potter, and Edward W. Sheldon was elected treasurer in place of the late 
Edward King. The vacancy caused by the death of Bishop Potter was filled 
by the election on January 13, 1909, of John W. Alexander, president of the 
National Academy of Design ; and the place of the late Edward King was 
filled by the election of John Henry Hammond, on February 10. 

Arthur E. Bostwick, chief of the circulation department since 1901, re- 
signed October i, 1909, to become librarian of the St. Louis Public Library, 
and Benjamin Adams, who had served as his assistant since 1904, was 
appointed in his place. 

General Summary. 

The current activity of the Library is shown in the following summary : 
In the reference branches during 1909 readers and visitors numbered 
265,912; 194,091 desk applicants consulted 776,703 volumes (corresponding 

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figures for 1908 being 212,701 desk applicants and 905,030 volumes). 28,297 
volumes and 70,007 pamphlets were received. 34,936 volumes and 12,003 
pamphlets were accessioned, making the total number available for readers 
793,854 volumes and 295,078 pamphlets, a total of 1,088,932 pieces in the 
reference department, which with the 755,406 volumes in the circulation de- 
partment give an aggregate of 1,844,338 pieces in the whole library. The 
print department now contains 70,310 prints; there has been little increase 
in the music, map, or manuscript departments. There were catalogued 44,230 
volumes and 42,858 pamphlets ; the public catalogues in the Astor and Lenox 
reading rooms contain now 1,580,235 cards; the official author catalogues at 
these two buildings contain now 1,138,974 cards. 1902 periodicals have been 
indexed number by number, for which 22,995 cards or printer's slips were 
written. Periodicals currently received amount to 6,662 if counted by titles, 
or 168,362 counted by individual pieces ; readers of current periodicals at the 
Astor branch numbered 41,785, and these readers called for 264,257 single 
pieces or numbers. 

In the circulation department, the number of branches has increased from 
39 to 40, volumes in the department from 680,244 to 755406, circulation for 
home use from 6,504,402 to 7,013,649; 4 Carnegie branches have been opened 
during the year (a total of 32). 

The total expenditures for the calendar year 1909 were $885,698.43, of 
which $210,963.25 was spent for the reference department and $674,735.18 
for the circulation department. 

Of the reference department expenditures $40,017.78, or 18.9 per cent., 
went for books, binding, and periodicals; $118,507.12, or 56.1 per cent, went 
for salaries ; $52,438.35, or 24.8 per cent., for all other purposes. 

Of the circulation department expenditures $210,209.33, or 31 per cent., 
went for books, binding and periodicals ; $332,588.80, or 49 per cent., went 
for salaries; $131,937.05, or 20 per cent., for all other purposes. 

Of the circulation department expenditures $630,204.22 came from the 
city appropriation. 

There are now 659 persons on the staff of the Library, 156 in the refer- 
ence department, 503 in the circulation department. 

Of the reference department staff the number of librarians, assistants, 
etc., was 109 ; the number of janitors, pages, etc., was 47. 

Of the circulation department staff the number of librarians, assistants, 
etc., was 458; the number of janitors, pages, etc., was 45. 



REPORT OF THE DIRECTOR 69 

REFERENCE DEPARTMENT. 
New Building. 

Progress on the new central building at Fifth Avenue and Forty-second 
Street has continued satisfactorily. One new contract has been let, that for 
the electric generating plant, and bids have been opened for another contract, 
though this last, for furniture and equipment, has not yet been awarded. 

The plate opposite this page shows the condition of the main reading 
room at the end of December, 1909. 

Work on the individual contracts stands to-day as follows: 

Contract No. 4: Book Stacks. The erection of all stack work has been 
completed, including all gallery stairs and railings, with the exception of the 
stairs in the Technology and Periodicals Reading Rooms. 

The wrought iron railings and bronze hand rails at window spaces in the 
main stack have been set. The bronze numerals for stack ends are in place 
in the four upper tiers of the main stack room, and 42,296 shelves have been 
delivered, though they are not yet put in place. 

The ornamental bronze railings and fascias in the Periodicals Reading 
Room have been set and in the Technology Reading Room they are delivered 
ready for setting. 

The bronze hand rails to stack balustrades throughout the building are in 
place. 

The marble floor slabs to gallery stacks, and all stair treads, have been set, 
except the treads in the Periodicals and Technology Reading Rooms, and the 
treads of the soufli staircase in the main stack room. 

Throughout the stack room the marble floors are in place, with the excep- 
tion of a few slabs adjoining the book lifts, where the delivery of enclosing 
screens is awaited ; and the marble tiles in the lowest floor, where the work 
is almost completed. 

The painters have finished work on all stacks on the second and third 
stories, and are now at work on the stacks and special reading rooms on the 
first floor. 

Contract No. 5: Heating and Ventilation. All duct work throughout 
the building has been completed and all exposed ducts in the cellar have been 
encased with both the magnesia and canvas coverings; the smoke stack in 
boiler room has been encased in metal, also with asbestos plaster covering. 

The heavy cast iron floor plates have been set at furnace doors in the 
boiler room ; all cast register faces have been set in first, second, and third 
stories ; all steam piping of every description throughout has been completed; 
all steel covers over trenches leading to radiators have been set and packed 
with mineral wool ; all radiators in third story rooms have been set in place. 



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fitted, connected, and painted; the steam fitters are now engaged in setting 
the radiators in the basement, first, and second floors. 

The work of installing fans in blower rooms is completed ; two tempering 
coils are in place and two others are nearly completed. 

All copper drip pans have been set luider skylight steam coils ; all ther- 
mostat work, piping, etc., of every description has been completed through- 
out, except the setting of the thermostats. 

Contract No. 6: Plumbing. All finished toilet room fixtures have been 
set complete in every respect throughout, and all the nickel faucets and bright 
work wrapped and protected; the fountains in halls, slop sinks in main stack 
rooms, and sinks and basins in all other rooms throughout have been set and 
(Completed. The drinking water cooler has been installed in cellar, and lines 
run to all drinking water faucets and fountains. 

Connections have been made with the permanent water supply lines and 
the street mains; all fire valves and hose reels have been set, as well as all 
sill cocks on the approaches that are furnished by this contractor. 

The cast iron drain boxes for floor drains in the boiler room have been 
set; all hot and cold water pipes throughout have been covered with cork 
insulations and canvas covering. 

Contract No. 7 : Interior Finish, The condition of the work under the 
Interior finish contract is so far advanced that the contractor expects to be 
through some time in May following. 

Contracts 4, 5, 6, and 8 are so nearly completed, and the work yet remain- 
ing is so closely related to the work of the interior finish contract, that all 
five contracts should be finished at about the same time. 

The cabinet workers have completed the erection of all wood trim in the 
third story, except in the Main Reading Room, the Public Catalogue Room, 
and the Stuart Room, a large quantity of this trim being delivered ready for 
erection. In the second story all wood trim is completed. In the first story 
all wood trim is completed except in the Technology and Periodicals Reading 
Rooms. In these rooms much of the ceiling work is delivered ready for 
setting, the steel angles and wood frame have been put up, and the erection 
of ceiling work has been started. 

In the basement floor the wood trim of the Children's Rooms and the 
Lecture Room has been set, and the wooden wall shelving in the Lending 
Delivery Room is delivered ready for setting. 

The marble workers have completed the setting of all interior work 
throughout, with but a few exceptions, such as drinking water fountains, 
floor borders, mantels, etc. A large force of men is now engaged in rubbing 
down, cleaning, and pointing up the joints of the entire floor and trim. 

Bronze workers have completed the erection of all windows, doors, grilles, 



REPORT OF THE DIRECTOR 7 1 

railings, saddles, registers, etc., throughout, except the doors in seven rooms 
and the railings in five. 

The conveyor and lift enclosures, the screens to the air inlets in the south 
court, the elevator grilles and cars, and the bronze ornaments for the marble 
in the Reception Room have not yet been delivered; but work thereon is 
practically completed at the shop and delivery will be made soon. 

All book stacks, metal lockers, and parcel racks, furnished under this 
contract, the steel vault for housing the Library records, the ornamental cast 
iron work of the Lending Delivery Room, the kalamein work of the doors 
and the trim to book lifts, have all been delivered and set. 

All the floor and wall tiling, including the brick floor, throughout the 
entire building, has been completed, except the floor and wall of the engine 
room and various small bits of patching and fitting. 

The cork flooring is finished throughout, except in four rooms on the 
basement floor. 

All decorations of ceiling and all painting and tinting of walls and ceilings 
in the second and third stories have been completed, and decorators have the 
finishing of the first story main corridor ceilings well advanced; all book 
stack work of this contract has been painted and finished, and the Patents 
Reading Room and the corresponding room on tlie south side are now half 
completed. The painting of all structural iron and wall surfaces in attic 
spaces of the ceiling light of third story and in the Lending Delivery Room 
has been completed. 

The glaziers have completed the setting of all plate and prismatic glass 
throughout, with the exception of that in the interior wood partitions and the 
mirrors. All lavatory mirrors have been delivered and are now being set. 

The plasterers have completed all plain and ornamental plastering through- 
out, except small bits of patching where walls have been cut. 

Contract No. 8 : Electrical Work, All conduit work throughout has been 
run and outlets of all kinds have been set up complete, including cutout and 
switch boxes ; all wire has been pulled, except main feed wire. 

The Standard Plunger Elevator Company has installed all book lifts com- 
plete, including the electric wiring for motors on lifts. 

The Lamson Conveyor Company has installed all work for the two book 
conveyors, except the setting up and connecting of motors. 

Contract No. 9: Approaches, This contract was awarded to Norcross 
Brothers in October, 1908. During the following Winter work went on in 
the shops. With the coming of Spring ground was broken outside and work 
has continued with little interruption till a few days before the close of the 
year, when a heavy fall of snow forced cessation. All granite work of the 
Fifth Avenue approach has been completed, except the setting of the low 



72 REPORT OF THE DIRECTOR 

coping at the sidewalk ; all coping stone is delivered on site ; the balustrade 
on Fortieth Street side of Bryant Park approach has been completed, and 
on Forty-second Street it has been completed, except a few panels of the 
balustrade, which are delivered ready to set when weather moderates. All 
granite work on both comfort stations is complete, except the carving on the 
northwest station, which is half completed. 

The west balustrade wall is set up to the coping line and about a quarter 
of the coping is set. All rough plumbing work under this contract is com- 
pleted ready for connecting to the finished fixtures. 

The rough grading and filling of the Fifth Avenue approach is completed ; 
elsewhere it is about half done. All pits have been dug, the drains put in, 
and the top soil filling has been delivered ready for planting in the Spring. 

A|l marble work for the Bryant monument facing Bryant Park has been 
erected complete up to the frieze line, and voussoirs of first arch on front 
have been turned; the remainder of the marble for the monument is com- 
pleted and at yards ready for delivery. 

Contract No. lo : Electric Power Plant At the date of my last report 
the specifications for the electric generating plant were still in the hands of 
the chief engineer of the Finance Department of the city. Early in 1909 the 
matter was brought before the Board of Estimate and Apportionment, and, 
after hearings on March 19 and 26, the specifications were approved subject 
to three conditions. These conditions were embodied in an agreement be- 
tween the City and the Library entered into on May 12, which specified (i) 
that in case the cost of installing the generating plant should exceed $102,000, 
the Library was to pay such excess, (2) that the Library was to maintain 
and repair the plant when installed, (3) that in the agreement of December 8, 
1897, whereby it is provided that "the City shall annually provide funds for 
the maintenance and repair of the building," the language shall be construed 
to mean the maintenance and repair of the building as such, excluding the 
electric generating plant and all furniture and movable equipment. 

The specifications, drawings, and form of contract were approved by the 
Board of Estimate ; bids were called for by the Park Department on Octo- 
ber I, and opened on October 21. At the meeting of the Board of Estimate 
and Apportionment on November 19, authorization was given for award of 
the contract to the Lord Construction Company at its bid of $71,842. 

Engines and dynamos have been ordered by the contractors, and work 
preparatory to installation has been begun. The contract period is one year, 
which would set the date of completion some time towards the end of 1910 ; 
but it is hoped that the contactor may be able to finish two or three months 
before that time. 

Contract No. 1 1 : Furniture and Equipment. At the date of my last re- 



REPORT OF THE DIRECTOR . 73 

port the data collected for this contract during the last two years were being 
put into shape and the specifications were being written. Specifications and 
drawings were submitted to the various City departments during the Spring 
of the year, and the contract was advertised on October 20. Bids were 
opened at the Park Department on November 18, 1909, that of T. D. Wadle- 
ton, amotmting to $560,000, being the lowest. Before this bid was accepted 
a protest was filed with the Park Department by the Lanston Monotype Com- 
pany, which protest was referred to the Corporation Counsel for an opinion 
and sustained by him on legal grounds. Alterations were made in the speci- 
fications, the contract was readvertised on December 11, and bids were 
opened at the Park Department on December 30. This time the bid of the 
Cobb Construction Company was lowest, being $543,750, Mr. Wadleton's 
revised bid being $544,700. Occurring at the end of the year as this did, no 
action was taken by the retiring Park Board or Board of Estimate and 
Apportionment, the matter of awarding the contract going over to the incom- 
ing boards for action in 1910. 

Readers' Department. 

During the calendar year of 1909 the number of readers and visitors 
entering the two reference branches was 256,912, of which 209,996 were 
recorded at Astor and 55,916 at Lenox. The daily average was 6774 at 
AsTOR and 180 at Lenox. In 1908 the figures were 232,246 at Astor and 
57,300 at Lenox^ a total of 289,546, a daily average of 747 at Astor and 184 
at Lenox. 

The number of desk applicants during the period was 194,091, of which 
178,746 were recorded at Astor and 15,345 at Lenox. This is a decrease 
of 18,610 (18,639 at Astor, less an increase of 29 at Lenox) from 1908, or 
8 per cent. The daily average was 626.1 desk applicants (576.6 at Astor, 
49.5 at Lenox). 

The number of volumes consulted by these 194,091 desk applicants was 
776,703, of which 698,384 were called for at Astor and 78,319 at Lenox. 
The daily average (310 days) was 2505.4 volumes (2252.8 at Astor, 252.6 
at Lenox). 

The above figures take no account of the volumes consulted by readers 
using the open reference shelves; these readers number about 5,000 per 
month at Astor and 1,000 at Lenox, and the count of volumes thus con- 
sulted would probably be at the rate of five or more per reader. 

The decrease of 18,610 desk applicants (8.7 per cent.) represents a loss 
of 21,885 2tt Astor during the day (9 a. m. to 6 p. m.) or ii per cent. ; a gain 
of 3,246 at Astor during the evening (6 to 9 p. m:) or 11 per cent. ; a total 



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loss at AsTOR of 18,639 or 9.4 per cent. ; a gain of 29 at Lenox (9 a. m. to 
6 p. M.) or .12 per cent. 

The totals, monthly and daily averages, and average number of volumes 
called for per reader are shown in the following table : 



DESK APPLICANTS 

1908 1909 

Astor: day total 167,977 161,437 

monthly average I3»998 I34S3 

daily average 540 520.7 

volumes per reader 

Astor : evening total 29408 32,654 

monthly average 2450 2,721 

daily average 94 105.3 

volumes per reader 

Astor: day and evening total . . 197,385 178,746 

monthly average 16,448 14,895 

daily average 634 576.5 

volumes per reader. . . . 

Lenox : total I5»3i6 15,345 

monthly average 1,276 1,278 

daily average 49 49.5 

volumes per reader. . . . 

Astor and Lenox total 212,701 194,091 

monthly average I7»725 16,174 

daily average 684 626 

volumes per reader. . . . 



VOLUMES CONSULTED 

1909 

610,909 
50,909 



1908 

723*397 
60,283 

2,326 

95,754 

7,979 
307.8 

3-2 

819,151 
68,095.9 

2,633.9 

4 

85,879 

7,156.5 
276.1 

5.6 
905,030 

75419.1 
2,910 

4.1 



1,970 

3.7 

87,475 
7,289 

282.1 

2.6 

698,384. 

58,198 
2,220.5 

3.9 

78,319 
6,526 

252.6 

5.1 
776,703 
64,725 
2,505.4 
4. 



Of the total number of volumes called for at Astor 147,987, or 21.1 per 
cent., belonged to the group of History (except American) ; 88,300, or 11 
per cent., to English and American Literature ; 63,072, or 9 per cent., to Law, 
economics, sociology, etc.; 56,969, or 8.1 per cent., to Applied science; 
54,781, or 7.8 per cent., to Art, archaeology, etc.; 42,431, or 6 per cent., to 
Literature other than English and American; 31,223, or 44 per cent., to 
American History; 24,689, or 3.5 per cent., to Science, etc. 

Of the total number of volumes called for at Lenox 47,104 or 60 per 
cent, belonged to the group of American genealogies and local histories; 
7,259 or 9.2 per cent, to American history; 4,556 or 5.8 per cent, to music; 
2,796, or 3.5 per cent, to English and American literature. 

Of the total number of desk applicants, Astor day service amounted to 
75.7 per cent., Astor evening service to 16.8 per cent., Lenox 7.8 per cent. 



REPORT OF THE DIRECTOR 75 

(In 1908 AsTOR day service amounted to 79 per cent., evening service to 14 
per cent., Lenox to 7 per cent.) 

Of the total number of desk applicants at Astor the day service repre- 
sented 81.7 per cent., and the evening service 18.2 per cent. 

Of* the total number of volumes consulted, Astor day service amounted 
to 78.5 per cent., Astor evening service to 11.2 per cent, and Lenox to 16 
per cent. 

At Lenox the largest number of readers and visitors recorded in any one 
month was 6,907 in February; the smallest in any one month was 2,277 in 
July; the largest in any one day was 737, on February 12, and the smallest 
was 61, on July 17. 

The largest number of desk applicants in any one month at Lenox was 
1,624 in March, when 7,788 volumes were consulted; the smallest in any one 
month was 973 in July, 5,527 volumes being called for; the largest in any 
one day was 132 on March 31, the number of volumes consulted being 426; 
the smallest in any one day was 18, on September 25, the number of volumes 
consulted being 95. 

At Astor the largest number of desk applicants for any one month was 
recorded in March, when 17,625 readers (13,824 by day, 3,441 by night) 
called for 65,368 volumes (46,382 day, 18,986 night). 

The smallest number for any one month was in July when 11,311 readers 
(9,001 day, 2,310 night) called for 43,065 volumes (39,017 day, 4,048 night). 

The largest number for any one day was on January 16 when 641 readers 
(536 day, 105 night) called for 3,384 volumes (2,832 day, 552 night). 

The smallest number for any one day was on September 6, when 270 
readers (216 day, 54 night) called for 1,250 volumes (1,054 day, 196 night). 

Table I, appended, records the number and classes of volumes consulted 
at Astor and Lenox, the number of readers and visitors, etc., for the calen- 
dar year 1909. 

Shelf Department, 

The number of volumes received at the Library during 1909 was 28,297, 
of which 9,878 were purchases, 16,764 gifts, and 1,655 exchanges. 

The number of pamphlets received during the same period was 70,007, 
of which 6,627 were purchases, 32,884 gifts, and 30,496 exchanges. 

The number of volumes accessioned during the calendar year 1909 was 
34,936, of pamphlets 12,003. O^ this number 16,366 volumes and 2,921 
pamphlets were purchased or were received on exchange account, and 18,570 
volumes and 9,082 pamphlets were gifts. 

The total number of volumes recorded as available for readers on Decem- 
ber 31, 1909, was 793,854, and of pamphlets 295,078, a total of 1,088,932 



76 REPORT OF THE DIRECTOR 

pieces in the Reference Department. (From this figure should be deducted 
temporarily the 83,651 volumes and pamphlets boxed and stored in the cellar 
for lack of room.) 

Reclassification during the year 1909 amounted to 679 volumes and a 
pamphlets, and was confined to routine work, no new groups being taken up. 

Preparation of the subject index to our classification scheme has con- 
tinued, progressing as far as "Scotland." 

During 1909 outside binders bound 9,733 volumes and pamphlets; of 
this number 6,723 pieces were newly bound and 3,010 were repaired. This 
record does not include about 1,000 volumes bound abroad before importation. 

At the AsTOR Branch 911 volumes and pamphlets were rebound or re- 
paired in the bindery in the building, and 1,639 volumes and pamphlets need- 
ing slight repairing were cared for without sending to the bindery. 

The number of volumes done up in manila paper at Astor was 8,334, and 
the number of volumes lettered was 12,983. 

Exchanges. 

Receipts on duplicate exchange account during 1909 were 1,655 volumes 
and 30,496 pamphlets; volumes sent out amounted to 3,937 and pamphlets 
to 4,425. 

Catalogue Department. 

During the calendar year 1909 the number of volumes newly catalogued 
was 20,167, and of pamphlets 19,163. In addition the cataloguing of 1,587 
volimies and 800 pamphlets was continued or completed by additions to, or 
corrections of, entries already made. The number of volumes recatalogued 
for one reason or another was 1,711 and of pamphets 720. 

The number of serials, magazines, journals, etc., newly catalogued was 
11,050, of which 4,120 were volumes and 6,930 pamphlets. In addition 
15,022 volumes of serials and 13,480 pamphlets were catalogued by changing 
existing entries. 1,623 volumes of serials and 1,765 pamphlets were recata- 
logued. 

The number of maps catalogued was 285. 

The total number of volumes handled by the department was 44,230, and 
of pamphlets 42,858, making an aggregate of 87,088. 

For the pieces above mentioned were written 45,230 cards for the various 
catalogues and 40,964 copy-slips for the duplicating machine. These copy- 
slips being multiplied to 181,264 cards for filing. Of this latter number 
23,815 were sent to the Library of Congress. The number of cards that had 
entries changed in the process of recording new additions to works already 
on our shelves was 28,772. 



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The public index catalogue at Astor contains 1,195,715 cards. The 
official author catalogues contain 997,108 cards (general catalogue 588,388, 
serials 90,300, railways 5,990, documents 154,160, reports 32,880, Hebrew 
58,800, Oriental 42,790, Russian 23,800) . 

For material stored away in boxes 30,000 cards have been withdrawn 
from the public catalogues at Astor. 

The public catalogues at Lenox contain 384,520 cards (south hall 249,480, 
genealogies and local history 57,120, music 77,920). The official author cata- 
logues contain 141,866 cards (incunabula 3400, Americana 42,960, manu- 
scripts 28,160, maps 25,920, prints 41,426). 

The two public catalogues thus contain 1,580,235 cards, the official author 
catalogues in the two buildings contain 1,138,974 cards, a total of 2,719,209. 

Revision of subject headings has continued at Astor^ and we have begun 
a revision of the Lenox general subject headings to insure uniformity for 
combining the two public catalogues in the main catalogue room when we 
move into the new building. 

Periodicals Department. 

For the calendar year 1909 the number of readers filling out application 
blanks for current periodicals at Astor was 41,785 ; of periodicals consulted 
by them 264,257; this was a decrease of 2,721 readers and of 27,634 periodi- 
cals. 

The daily average was 134 readers (103 day, 30 evening) and 852 periodi- 
cals (678 day, 174 evening) ; last year the average number of readers was 143, 
and of periodicals consulted 938. 

The number of individual titles of current periodicals called for during 
1909 was 71,386 (day 56,073, evening 15,313), as compared with 76,045 
during 1908 (61,392 day, 14,653 evening), this count disregarding the num- 
ber of individual issues called for or given out. 

The distribution of these 71,386 titles called for in 1909 is as follows: 

General 9,361 ; art, archaeology, architecture, etc. 8,619 ; English and 
American literature 8,101 ; foreign literature 3,964; science 1,843; useful arts 
21,996; law, economics, sociology, education, etc., 9,563; religion and philos- 
ophy 2,220; orientalia 117; Judaica 236; newspapers 4,224; natural history 
105. 

The library receives at this date 6,662 current periodicals, of which 3,958 
are purchases, 2441 are gifts and 263 exchanges for the Bulletin. 133 of 
this total are daily papers, 939 weeklies, 210 semi-monthlies, 1,953 monthlies, 
211 bi-monthlies, 748 quarterlies, 85 semi-annuals, 726 are annuals received 
by purchase, 1,430 of irregular periods of publication. 

These 6,662 current periodicals represent a gross increase of 421 new titles. 



78 REPORT OF THE DIRECTOR 

less a loss of 216 titles discontinued for various reasons, making a net increase 
of 205 over the 6457 reported in 1908. 

In further addition should be noted 9,548 annual publications received by 
gift, and 438 in exchange for the Bulletin. 

The total number of separate pieces of periodicals received during the 
year was 168,362, being a daily average of 543 ; these figures include quarter- 
lies, monthlies, dailies, etc., and do not include annuals. 

In exchange for the Bulletin the Library receives a total of 701 periodi7 
cals, 289 of which are American annual publications, 149 are foreign annuals, 
and 263 American and foreign periodicals of greater frequency of publication 
than annual. 

316 volumes of old periodicals were added during the year, completing 
important files. 

Table II appended gives in detail a record of our current periodicals. 

Indexing of 1,929 current periodicals (t. e, 1,929 different titles) is carried 
on (1,802 being done at Astor, and 127 at Lenox) ; of the Astor titles 27 
are done for the American Library Association cooperative indexing. 

From the publishing section of the A. L. A. we received 3,928 printed 
cards, representing the indexing of 218 periodicals, done jointly by this Library 
and the Boston Public Library, John Crerar Library and Harvard and 
Columbia University libraries. 

Documents Department. 

During 1909 the documents department received 5,648 volumes, 5,913 
pamphlets and 643 maps. It catalogued 9,200 volumes, 6,314 pamphlets, and 
52 maps. For this cataloguing 7,932 cards were written and 4,327 slips for 
the copying machine, these latter being multiplied on the machine to 18,122 
cards. 

A detailed statement of the progress of the department during the last 
twelve years is given in the following report by Miss Adelaide R. Hasse, who 
has been chief of the documents department since it was established : 

Dr. John S. Billings^ 

Director, New York Public Library, 

Dear Sir : 

The Document Department of the New York Public Library is now 
twelve years old. 

There is no means of knowing the number of documents in the 
Library at the time of the organization of the Department. The aggre- 
gate additions from June i, 1897 to December 31, 1909, have been 



REPORT OF THE DIRECTOR 79 

231,956 pieces. Ten thousand volumes would probably have covered 
the documents in the Library before June i, 1897. They comprised, at 
that time, a file of United States federal documents, then numbering 
about 3,000 volumes, a fair file of the documents of the states of the 
United States, a file of the British Parliamentary Papers from 1816, a 
continuous file of Hansard and its predecessors, a file of the Journal 
Officiel from 1789, the beginnings of a good file of British colonial docu- 
ments, a file of the various collections of treaties, and a very fragmentary 
file of statutes. In addition there were the great British, French, 
German, Spanish, and Portuguese series of calendars and of reprints of 
state papers. 

From the first no attempt was made to collect documents as such, but 
rather to make the collection representative of certain subjects. These 
subjects are national and local administration, international affairs, soci- 
ology and economics. No effort has, for instance, ever been made by the 
Library to strengthen its collection of statutory law. 

Within the subjects cited, the Library is collecting the documents of 
both federal and local governments, as well as those of municipalities, 
of this and of other countries. The collection is made by means of 
exchange with other libraries, by gifts, and by purchase. 

How well, on the whole, these combined processes have operated, 
may be gathered from the fact that in 1898 the document collection com- 
prised 3% of the entire number of books in the reference library, where- 
as at the end of 1909 it comprises 20%. The increase in percentage was 
greatest in the years fronr 1900 to 1905, when it rose from 6% in 1900 
to 20% in 1905, which is the ratio that has been regularly maintained 
since then. During these five years of greatest growth 131,000 pieces 
were added, or an average of 26,000 pieces per annum. 

It is needless to say that this growth was not spontaneous. It was 
the outcome of a systematic effort to build up the collection along the 
lines indicated. The absence of any medium announcing the publication 
of official literature entailed some research before even the titles of the 
documents which the Library wished to secure, could be ascertained. 

When the documents began coming in a great amount of clerical 
latfor was required to make them available for the shelves. This was 
done through the catalogue and the printing of special lists. There are 
at present some 154,160 cards in the offical document catalogue. The 
special lists which have been published are as follows: Check lists of 
municipal documents in the Library (1899), ^^ federal documents 
(1899), administrative reports (1899), United States and state l^is- 
lative proceedings (1903) ; want lists of European legislative proceedings 



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(1901), American municipal doctiments (1901) ; and the following sub- 
ject lists: New York State Boundary (Bulletin, v. 4), Northeastern 
Boimdary (ib. v. 4), Foreign documents relating to Finance (ib, v. 5), 
American documents relating to Finance (ib. v. 6) , New York Colonial 
Documents (ib. v. 7), Constitutions (ib. v. 8), Banks and Banking 
(ib. V. 12), Mexico (ib. v. 12), Balkan States and Eastern Question 
(*. V. 13). 

It should be stated that the Library itself has never engaged in any 
special propaganda to promote the use of its documents beyond the pub- 
lication of lists and indices. On the other hand, since the Document 
Department of this Library was established, the Library of Congress has 
organized a similar department, the States of Wisconsin, New York, 
Indiana, California and the cities of Baltimore and Milwaukee have 
established Legislative Reference Departments, and California, Indiana, 
Texas, and New York have begun publishing current lists, or reviews, of 
the state documents issued by them. The Ohio State University, in its 
catalogue, announces a course of lectures on Documents as reference 
material. At the coming session at Brussels, in August, 1910, the sub- 
ject of Indexes and Catalogues of official documents has a place on the 
program. 

Even though the Document Department of this Library has been 
conducted simply as one of several departments of a great reference lib- 
rary, it may not be without interest to review the extent to which the 
Library has been enabled, thus far, to build up the collection. 

Beginning with national, local and municipal administration, the con- 
dition, in general, of the collection is as follows. The United States 
federal documents are complete from 1817 and the journals from 1789. 
The journals of the Continental Congress cover the period, but are not 
bibliographically complete. The Library has a very good file of federal 
contemporaneously printed documents from 1789 to 1817. During these 
years these documents were not bound into volumes, as at present, by 
the Government. In the absence of a definitive checklist it is not pos- 
sible to say how far the Library's file is complete. Not long before the 
close of his administration President Roosevelt appointed a commission 
to inquire, among other allied subjects, into the propriety of reprinting 
such of these early documents as have lasting historical value. The 
commission made a report, and a bill (H. R. 15428) is now pending, 
carrying an appropriation for the permanent establishment of the com- 
mission. 

The Library's collection of American state journals and executive 
documents numbers at present some 8,000 volumes, excluding the 



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departmental reports. Some states are more fully represented than 
others owing to the lack of uniformity in provisions for printing and 
distributing these documents. Those of California are complete from 
1855, those of Georgia begin in 1808, of Illinois in 1820, Ohio in 1808, 
Kentucky in 1823, Massachusetts in 1830, New York in 1789, Indiana 
in 1816, Iowa in 1848, Kansas in 1862, Wisconsin in 1836, Pennsylvania 
in 1801, South Carolina in 183 1, Virginia in 1776, etc. 

The collection of contemporary editions of American colonial laws 
and journals places the Library among the foremost depositories of this 
branch of Americana. 

It may not be out of place here to refer to an Index of American 
state documents, now in course of publication by the Carnegie Institu- 
tion of Washington, in particular as the Index is to a large extent based 
on the material in this Library. 

In the case of American municipal documents the Library has been 
fairly successful, the collection at present representing some 976 cities. 
The collection of the documents of New York City, 1832, and first con- 
temporaneously printed, to date, has been almost entirely made in the 
past twelve years. The San Francisco documents are complete from 
1859, those of Boston from 1853, those of Chicago from 1870, those of 
St. Louis from 1859, Cleveland from 1874, Indianapolis from 1891, 
Philadelphia from 1857 and Baltimore from 1869. 

The Library has been particularly fortunate in building up its collec- 
tion of Canadian documents. The sessional papers and journals of the 
Dominion are now without a break from 1841 (province 1841-66, 
dominion 1867 to date), those of the Province of Ontario from 1868, of 
the Province of Quebec, with exception of a few breaks, from 1867, of 
Nova Scotia from 1844, of British Columbia from 1872, of Manitoba 
from 1 87 1, of New Brunswick from 1878, and of Newfoundland from 

1855. 

The parliamentary papers of Great Britain are complete from 1806, 

with the exception of a few breaks between 1806 and 1816. This col- 
lection, to be complete, should begin in 1801. The Commons journals 
are complete from 1547. It has, unfortunately, not been possible, as 
yet, to complete the file of Lords journals. The file is continuous from 
1509 to 1861, when there is a break to 1894. Of the Irish Commons 
journals the Library has volumes 9 to 29 (1751-1792), and of the Lords 
volumes 1-2, 4-6 and 8 (1634-1800). Of the administrative reports of 
British cities the Library has a particularly good collection, represent- 
ing at present some 283 cities in England, Ireland, Scotland, Wales, the 
provinces and the colonies. 



82 REPORT OF THE DIRECTOR 

'■■ None of the continental countries binds up its administrative and 
d^artmental reports, as does Great Britain and the United States, 
although certain of these reports in the case of Italy, tlie Netherlands, 
France, and Sweden are included as appendices to the legislative pro- 
ceedings. Of the latter the Library has those of France from 1789, 
Spain 1834, Italy 1848, Netherlands 1814, Belgium 1858, German 
Empire 1867, Austria (Abgeordnetenhaus 1873, Herrenhaus 1869), 
Denmark 1866, Sweden 1868, and Norway 1900. 

Not to be misleading, it should be remarked that the dates here given 
represent only the files since their inception in their present form, and 
that the Library has many documents of these countries antedating the 
collected documents as they exist at present. Thus the Library has the 
''Resolutien" of the Kingdom of Holland and Friesland from 1563-1795 
in 35 folio volumes, the "Groot Placcaatboek," 1658-1746, in 9 volumes, 
"Hollands Placcaet-Boeck," 1645, in 3 volumes, "Nederlandsche Plac- 
caet-Boeck," 1644 in 2 volumes, and many hundreds of contemporane- 
ously printed ordonnantien, resolutien, placcaeten of the Kingdom from 
1563 to 1795, and of Utrecht 1587-1796, Friesland 1627-1795, Gelder- 
land 1617-1765, and of Groningen 1610-1748. 

The early contemporary documents of France begin with the reign of 
Francis I. and comprise a very large number of edits, ordonnances, 
arrets, reglements, declarations, instructions, letters patentes, memoires 
and rapports. 

The earliest British contemporary documents in the Library are the 
1534 edition of "Magna Carta" and the acts of 33 Henry VIIL, 1542. 

The earliest Spanish contemporary document in the Library is the 
"Pragmaticas" of Ferdinand and Isabella printed in Salamanca in 1503. 
From the reign of Philip II. to that of the ruling sovereign every regnal 
period is represented by contemporaneously printed official material. 
The great collections of reprints made by the Real Academia de la 
Historia have already been alluded to as being in the Library. 

In eastern Europe the Balkan states are very satisfactorily repre- 
sented as follows: The Bulgarian Sobranje from 1886, the Servian 
Skupshtina from 1861, the Croatian Sabor from 1861, the Grecian Boule 
from 1885, the Rumanian Parliament from 1861 and the East Rumelian 
Sobranje from 1879 to 1884, the whole period of its existence. Russia 
is still, comparatively, very poorly represented. In 1908 some 636 
Russian documents were received through the interested efforts of Miss 
Isabel F. Hapgood and Count Mikhail Mikhailovitch Perovsky-Petrovo- 
Solovovo. The Library is also receiving currently the proceedings of 
the Finnish Valtiopaivat from the time when the reform constitution of 
1906 went into effect. 



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The best rq)reSent£ition of continental local government proceedings 
is that of Italy and the Netherlands, although there are isolated instances 
of other countries, the Department de la Seine, for instance, which make 
a very liberal showing. 

The collection of Atti of the Italian "consiglie provinciale" has been 
pronoiuiced by an Italian expert as probably the finest' outside of Italy. 
It comprises in addition to shorter jfiles of "Atti," those of Cuneo since 
i860, of Catania, Pavia, Umbria, and Bergamo since i86i, of Ancoria, 
Como, Ferrara, Florence, Livomo, Palermo, Parma, Piacenza, Padua, 
and Cagliari since 1862, of Bologna, Calabria, Genoa, Modena, Naples, 
Novara, and Ravenna since 1863, of Turin since 1864, of Arezzo, Sira- 
cusa, and Pisa since 1865, of Padua, Venezia, and Verona since 1867, 
of Udine since 1869, and of Rome, Milan, Siena, and Vicenza since 1870. 

The collection of Dutch local documents, consisting of notulen, vet* 
slogan, provincialbladen and jaarboekjen, is distributed among the 
several "Provintien" as follows: Drenthe and Friesland from i860, 
Gelderland from 1864 ("Provincialblad" from 1815), Groningen from 
1814, Noordbrabant from 1861, Overijssel from 1857, Utrecht from 
1853, Zeeland from 1837, and Zuidholland from 1892. 

In the collection of Continental municipal administrative reports 380 
different cities are represented, almost one third, viz. 112, of them being 
German cities. Countries represented by more than 20 cities are the 
following: Italy 53, France 51, Netherlands 44, Spain 41, and Austria 
29. The German municipal reports are, as a rule, much more elaborately 
prepared than those of American cities, being frequently embellished 
with cuts and plans of various civic improvements and undertakings. If 
the Library had facilities for the display of these illustrations, the exhibit 
would make suggestive material for persons interested in city planning 
enterprises. The following cities are most fully represented in this col- 
lection of Verwaltungsberichte and Haushaltsetate, viz., Aachen from 
1896, Augsburg from 1896, Bamberg from 1869, Barmen from 1892, 
Berlin (Gemeindeblatt from 1899, Stetiographische Berichte der Stadt- 
verwaltungs Versammlung from volume 3, 1876), Bielefeld from 1897, 
Breslau from 1889, Bromberg from 1880, Cassel from 1896, Charlotten- 
burg from 1898, Chemnitz from 1900, Dantzig from 1898, Dresden from 
1882, Diisseldorf from 1897, Duisburg from 1897, Eisenach from 1899, 
Frankfurt a. M. from 1837, Halle from 1872, Hanau from 1895, Iser- 
lohn from 1897, Karlsruhe from 1899, Lubeck from 1884 (Sammlung 
Liibecksche Gesetze from v. i, 1813), Liineberg from 1899, Magde- 
burg from 1898, Munchen from 1895, Quedlinburg from 1895, Schweid- 
iiitz from 1897, Stettin from 1899, Stuttgart from 1872, Wiesbaden from 
1875, and Wiirzburg from 1889. 



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From time to time the Library has purchased volumes of old muni- 
cipal statuti and Verordnungen of Italian and German cities. Omitting 
reprints the Library has at present 48 volumes of Italian municipal ordi- 
nances antedating the eighteenth century, viz., 26 of the sixteenth, 12 of 
the seventeenth, and 10 of the eighteenth centuries. This is, of course, 
but a very small portion of such documents, as listed by Manzoni, but 
as these volumes are procurable only from secondhand dealers and as 
they appear in the market infrequently, it makes the matter of collecting 
them a slow process. Of similar ordinances of German cities the Lib- 
rary has 28 contemporary volumes, viz., 3 of the sixteenth, 9 of the 
seventeenth and 16 of the eighteenth centuries. 

In the South American collection of administrative reports there is 
still much to be desired. Brazil, Chile, and Argentina are, in the experi- 
ence of this Library, the foremost of the South American states in 
appreciation of the advantage of depositing their reports where the 
public of the North American metropolis may have access to them. 
Through efforts of friends of the Library it has been possible to make 
additions of value to departmental reports of these and other states 
which will be referred to below. 

Having described in a very general way the main features of the 
collection of national and local administrative reports, a word should be 
said on the other main branches of the Document Department, viz., 
International Affairs and Economics and Sociology. 

In the former of these branches belong collections of international 
documents, collections of treaties, single treaties, international arbitration 
tribunals, congresses, conferences, commissions and councils, the reports 
of the various ministries of foreign affairs, and accounts of embassies 
and memoirs of ambassadors. This is perhaps a little more compre- 
hensive than is generally conceded by bibliographies of international 
law, which include, as a rule, in addition to text books and treatises, only 
the treaties and possibly the arbitration proceedings. 

Of collections of treaties the Library has a very good file, the titles 
of them being sufficiently well known to permit their omission here. 
The most comprehensive collections of international documents are the 
British and Foreign State Papers," the "Staatsarchiv" and the 
Archives Diplomatiques," of each of which the Library has a complete 
file. The collection of single treaties in the Library is quite unusual. 
The earliest original print is that of the Pacification of Ghent, 1576, and 
from that time to 1909 there are no less than 1,200 separate issues of 
single treaties. 

The first treaty ever published in England, by authority, was the 



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treaty between England and Spain, concluded on the part of England by 
Sir Robert Cecil, the first Lord Salisbury, in 1604. A copy of this treaty 
in pamphlet form, printed in 1604, is in the Library. Before this time, 
it had been dangerous for private persons in England to publish treaties 
with foreign powers, for the act was likely to be construed as meddling 
with matters of state and to be punished as an infringement of prerogative. 

This collection of early original prints of single treaties assumes 
importance when it is remembered that the general collections did not 
make their appearance until the eighteenth century, and that they are by 
no means uniform in printing the entire text of a treaty. 

In addition to these treaties the Library has a fair file of reports of 
ministries of foreign affairs, and of the "blue books," popularly known in 
England as "Blue Books," "Livres Jaunes" in France, "Livros Brancos" 
in Portugal, "Libros Verdes" in Italy, "Libros Rojos" in Spain, "Weiss- 
buch" in Germany, and "Rothbuch" in Austria. Of such British blue 
books as were printed for distribution the Library has a complete file, of 
the French "Documents diplomatiques (livres jaunes)" the Library has 
a file from i860, of the Portuguese "Negocios extemos (livros brancos)" 
from 1882, of the Spanish "Documentos diplomaticos (libros rojos)" 
from 1880 and of the Italian "Documenti diplomatici (libros verdes)" 
from 1880. 

The United States began publishing annual volumes of diplomatic 
correspondence in 1861, all of which are in the Library. Some years ago 
Hon. John L. Cadwalader presented to the Library a collection of 112 
volumes of United States congressional documents and reports on foreign 
affairs from 1809 to 1898. The Library also owns a detailed manuscript 
index of the diplomatic documents of the United States from 1828 to 
1861. In this connection it may be mentioned that the Library also has 
a full file of the Senate executive journal which contains the minutes of 
proceedings on all treaty negotiations, and which is printed in such a 
small edition as to render it quite uncommon. 

One of the most troublesome items for the collector of official 
material is that of arbitration proceedings. The authorities and writers 
on the subject are, in the first place, at variance as to the classification of 
such proceedings. Prof. J. B. Moore ("One Hundred Years of American 
Diplomacy") states the number of arbitrations in the 19th century to be 
136, Darby (International Arbitrations) instances 471, Fried (Peace 
Movement) enumerates 200, and La Fontaine (Arbitrations Internation- 
aux) 177. Even should the collector accept the lowest number, the often 
obscurely or semi-confidentially printed proceedings make it extremely 
difficult to obtain a record of them. Checked up with Prof. Moore's list, 



86 REPORT OF THE DIRECTOR 

the collection of arbitration proceedings makes a tolerably good showing, 
for a beginning, but it is hoped that in time and with care this very 
important file may be considerably augmented. 

Coming to the last mentioned of the main divisions of the Document 
Department, viz., Economics and Sociology, it is feared that the subject 
and the space remaining are entirely incompatible. In the general classi- 
fication of economics and sociology adopted by the Library, each of the 
sub-classes — ^transportation, taxation, banking, finance, insurance, labor, 
vital statistics, etc., — has been provided with a special notation for the 
respective government series on each of these subjects. Certain of these 
sub-classes have grown to such proportions that it has become impossible 
to keep them intact in the regularly assigned places, and overflow groups 
have had to be arranged in the annexes. 

It is not possible to give an adequate idea here of the extent of the 
Library's resources in government reports on sociology and economics, 
without going into more detail than is desirable. By far the greater part 
of the document accessions go to these subjects. Owing to the divers 
customs obtaining in diflferent states, using the word in the largest sense, 
in the distribution of their administrative functions, no shelf classifica- 
tion nor any catalogue will ever be an absolute medium for making docu- 
mentary material in sociology and economics available. Suppose, for 
instance, as has happened, a reader wants to know what American states 
publish lists of corporations chartered The majority of states publish 
such lists in the reports of the officer authorized to collect the franchise 
fees. In the greater number of such cases that officer is either the 
secretary of state or one of the fiscal agents. The reports of none of 
these officers would have any remote association with corporations, 
either on the shelf or in the catalogue, in the ordinary course of events. 

Another patent instance is the great statistical series of the German, 
Slavic, and Scandinavian countries. These series are the repository of 
the annual economic and sociological reports published by these govern- 
ments. 

It is clear that there is a large quantity of sought-after material lying 
idle for want of some method of more exact display than that at present 
in common use by librarians. The subject is one engaging the atten- 
tion of economists and statisticians. It was made a matter of reference 
by Sir Charles Dilke in his presidential address before the Royal Statis- 
tical Society in 1907, and has for some years been up before the Inter- 
national Institute of Statistics. 

The use of this material is steadily increasing. The demand comes 
largely from specialists and is for specific information. This is more 



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particulariy the case during the winter months, when business and the 
publishing enterprises are active, and this fact shows a vital relation 
between the Library and the industrial life of this great city. In the 
summer months the demand comes more largely from students who give 
weeks and sometimes months to working up material from the documents. 
The Library has had several important gifts which should be referred 
to in this connection. Some years ago a portion of the collection of the 
late Hon. Simon Sterne came into the possession of the Library, and 
with it many documents on transportation, which aided materially in 
strengthening this subject. More recently the Hon. Elihu Root pre- 
sented some 400 volumes of United States documents so arranged as to 
exhibit the progress of government in the American extraterritorial 
dependencies. 

Owing to overcrowding it has become necessary, pending removal 
. into the new building, to store away many thousands of volumes, among 
them government reports. It is hoped that a release of these books may 
be effected at no distant day. 

Very respectfully, 

Adelaide R. Hasse, 

Chief, Documents Department. 

Oriental Department. 

The catalogue of the department now contains 42,790 cards. For current 
catalogue work were written 6,591 cards, and additions were made to 760 
cards already written. Accessions amounted to 1,620 pieces, giving a total 
of 13,126 pieces in the department. 

The most important addition was the collection of books relating to China, 
purchased from Wilberforce Eames, over 1,200 volumes in number, giving 
us a representative selection of works in Chinese as well as modern books 
about China. 

During the absence of Professor Richard Gottheil, the Chief of the 
Department, who is spending the year in Jerusalem at the head of the 
American School for Oriental Study and Research in Palestine, Dr. Louis 
H. Gray is giving part of his time to the work of the department. It is hoped 
that with his help we shall finish the cataloguing of the Anandasrama 
Sanskrit series, the Benares Sanskrit series, and the Bombay Sanskrit series. 

The indexing of the earlier numbers of the "Journal of the Royal Asiatic 
Society" and the "Zeitschrift der Deutschen Morgenlandischen Gesellschaft" 
has been finished, and the indexing of the "Journal Asiatique," of which we 
have a set complete from its beginning in 1822, is in progress. For this 



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indexing one subject card is written for the general public catalogue and a 
subject and an author card for the special catalogue of the Oriental depart- 
ment. 

Hebrew Department. 

The number of volumes and pamphlets credited to the department is now 
about 16,400, Mr. A. S. Freidus, chief of the department, reports that the 
readers number about 40 per day and call for about 95 volumes. The special 
catalogue of the collection contains about 58,800 cards. 

Through the generosity of Mr. Jacob H. Schiff we have been able to 
continue our purchases for this department, which would not be possible, at 
least to so large an extent as at present, without the special fund provided by 
Mr. Schiff. 

It has been our policy to build up, besides a representative collection cover- 
ing the entire field, a more extensive collection of the literature of the nine- 
teenth century in its various branches, including especially the modern edi- 
tions of ancient Hebrew works ; the philological, exegetical, theological, and 
historical works, mainly in modem languages, that are sometimes termed 
"The Science of Judaism;" modern Hebrew and Yiddish literature; and 
periodicals and newspapers published in Hebrew, Yiddish, and non-Semitic 
languages, expressing Jewish thought and devoted to the interests of the 
Jews and of Judaism in most countries of the world. 

Slavonic Department. 

For the year 1909 additions to the Slavonic department amounted to 1,240 
volumes and 310 pamphlets, bringing the total record of pieces in the depart- 
ment to 12,537. 

Volumes catalogued amounted to 792, pamphlets to 283, articles indexed 
to 806. For this work were written 3,304 white cards and 720 slips for the 
copying machine; additions were made to the entries on 186 cards already 
written. The number of cards in the catalogue on December 31, 1909, was 
23,800. 

The number of readers recorded was 14,651 by day and 3,625 at night, 
making a total of 18,276 (against 30,973 in 1908). The average per month 
was 1,523 (against 2,581 in 1908), 1,220 day and 302 night readers. One of 
the reasons for the decrease in the number of readers in the Slavonic depart- 
ment is the withdrawal of the daily newspapers from general consultation. 
An improved labor market may also account for it. 

These 18,276 readers called for 28,127 volumes. 

The most important of our additions in Russian literature were : Collected 



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works of Kravchinski (Stq)nyak), Maikov, May, Ibsen, Poe, 
Kjpling; the fiction of Artzybashev and Hippius; the poetry of Balmont; 
dramas by Dyachenko and Kryukovski; the periodicals "Priroda i Lyudi," 
"Teatr i Iskusstvo," "Russko-Amerikanskoe Echo," "Russkoe Znamya," 
"Vyestnik Znaniya." 

For the Polish section the most important accessions consisted of works 
by Brodzinski, Przybyszewski, Konopnicka, the Teatr Zapolskoi, Zulawski, 
Kalinka, and the Polish dictionary (Slownik) in 24 parts. 

In Bulgarian literature the most important additions were : 45 volumes of 
drama, 75 miscellaneous volumes, the periodicals "Bolgarska Sbirka," and 
the "Sbornik za Narodni Umotvoreniya, Nauka i Knizhnina." 

In Servian literature the most important additions were the periodicals 
"Letopis" and "Knige Matitze." 

In Lettish literature we added 75 volumes of fiction and drama. 

It may be of interest to note that the books most in demand in the Slavonic 
department are the works of Andreyev, Artzybashev, Gorki, Tolstoi, Kuprin 
and Stepnyak, and works on the drama and the social sciences. 

Print Department. 

During 1909 accessions amounted to 2,025 pieces. The total ntmiber of 
prints thus recorded is now 70,310 (51,617 in the general collection, 18,693 
in the Avery collection). In addition, there are also 116,035 pieces in shape 
of duplicates, cuttings from magazines, etc., uncatalogued and unaccessioned 
but arranged by subject for consultation. 

Of the accessions during the year about 1,500 pieces were purchased from 
a fund made available for the purpose, and the selections for these purchases 
were made by Mr. Junius S. Morgan, to whom the thanks of the Library are 
due for his valuable expert assistance in this direction. 

The print room was visited by 1,766 persons for consultation of prints, 
3438 volumes and 3,145 portfolios and boxes being used by them. 69 vol- 
umes and 3 prints were sent to the general reading room for the use of 
readers. 

The catalogue of the department contains 41,426 cards. 

A detailed statement of the progress of the print room since its establish- 
ment in 1900 is made in the report of Mr. Weitenkampf, curator of prints, 
hereto appended. 



90 REPORT OF THE DIRECTOR 

DiL J. S. Billings, 

Director, New York Public Library. 

Dear Sir : 

In accordance with your direction, I have the honor to submit here- 
with a statement regarding the print department of this Library. 

Founding and Purpose. 

Before the end of the year 1899, New York City possessed no print 
room such as one finds in many large cities, — Paris, London, Berlin, 
Vienna, Amsterdam, Haarlem, Rome, Prague, Washington and Boston, 
for example. 

In December 1899, the Board of Trustees of the New York Public 
Library resolved "that there be established a department called the 
department of prints, and that the executive committee be requested to 
make provision therefor." Pending completion of the new building at 
Fifth Ave. and 42d St., in which special and ample accommodation for 
this department was provided, the print room was located in the Lenox 
Library Building, a fire-proof structure, two rooms being set apart for 
purposes of study, while the gallery x)n the upper floor as well as the 
lower entrance hall were made available for exhibitions. 

As a basis for a print collection the library had the remarkable priv- 
ate collection of the late Samuel P. Avery, received shortly after it had 
been determined to enter on this new phase of the Library's work, as 
well as a considerable number of prints, both separate and in numerous 
extra-illustrated volumes, which had come to it in former years with the 
Lenox, Duyckinck, Bancroft, Emmet, Tilden and Ford collections. The 
material in the Avery collection well served the prime fimction of a print 
room, — ^the preservation of representative examples of the reproductive 
graphic arts of engraving, etching and lithography, in order to provide 
opportunity for the study of those arts, — while the other collections 
referred to consisted mainly of portraits and other historical prints, many 
of them valuable, primarily of documentary interest as material for his- 
torical illustration. Thus, from the very beginning, the two-fold possi- 
bility of usefulness and interest was strongly emphasized. The new 
department of prints was therefore conceived in the broadest sense of the 
term. 

The Avery Collection. 

The main idea underlying the formation of the Avery Collection, 
numbering about 19,000 pieces, was the illustration of the arts of etching 
and lithography in the 19th century, particularly in France. The col- 
lector occasionally was led into by-paths : there are, for example, a par- 



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ticularly fine set of Turner's "Liber Studiorum," about 1,600 plates by 
Chodowiecki, etchings by J. P. Norblin, and the series of 100 line engrav- 
ings issued by the Societe Frangaise de Gravure. But the field covered 
was mainly and essentially that above indicated, and it was covered in 
the spirit of the general survey as well as in that of the special collector. 
That is to say, a large number of the lesser lights are represented, each 
by a few characteristic works, to indicate style and tendencies, while the 
more noted etchers can be studied each in a much larger number of 
prints. There are here collections of the etched work of Jacque, Rajon, 
Bracquemond, Flameng, Buhot, Whistler, Haden, Jacquemart, Millet, 
Daubigny, Meryon, Chauvel, Cassatt, Israels, Delatre, LeRat, Martial, 
Veyrassat, Courtry, Chaplin, Goeneutte, Guerard, Mauve, Bodmer, 
Zilcken and others, which, in not a few cases, it would be impossible to 
duplicate in any public collection, here or abroad. Similarly, in the litho- 
graphs we pass through the different phases and aspects of the art 
imposed by various personalities such as Fantin-Latour, Gavarni, Raffet, 
Isabey, Menzel, Lunois, Daumier. It has been authoritatively pointed 
out that in its field — that is, for the period covered — this collection is 
unsurpassed by any European one. 

Other Donations. 

Gradually, the collection was enriched by other gifts. The late Charles 
Stewart Smith gave the collection of Japanese prints formed by Capt. 
Brinkley, the late C. B. Curtis nearly a thousand engravings after 
Raphael, the late Alexander Maitland an interesting lot of prints relat- 
ing to the South Sea Bubble, Joseph Pennell over 900 lithographs illus- 
trating the history of the art, and Mrs. Cyrus J. Lawrence a notably large 
collection of lithographs by Daumier. 

Further noteworthy gifts came from George A. Lucas, Frederic 
Keppel (about 350 modem etchings), Mrs. Henry Draper, R. H. 
Lawrence, Howard Mansfield, John L. Cadwalader, Atherton Curtis, 
the late Frederic Sheldon, W. F. Havemeyer, Mrs. Schuyler Van Rens- 
selaer, John Bigelow, E. G. Kennedy, E. L. Knoedler (reproductive 
etchings), James D. SmilHe (American line engravings), T. R. Sugden, 
E. C. Bement, The Society of Iconophiles, the Century Co., and Charles 
Scribner's Sons. A general interest is indicated by the foregoing list, 
which includes individuals, associations and firms, and which represents 
quite varied tastes and purposes. 

Artists as Donors. 

Individual artists have aided in building up the Library's collection 
of modem work, by presenting examples of their own. Such are C. 



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Storm van 'sGravesande, Th. Molkenboer, L. Delteil, A. Prunaire, L. 
Pissarro, T. Frantisek Simon, Vojt Preissig, F. G. Stevenson, Hedwig 
von Lekow. Especially has this been the case with American artists. 

American Work. 

From the beginning, attention was turned to the acquisition of prints 
by Americans. In the words of the Director: "It is desired that this 
print room shall contain as complete a collection as possible of the results 
of the graphic arts as practiced in America, including engravings of all 
kinds, etchings, lithographs, original drawings, photographs of such draw- 
ings, etc., and American artists are respectfully requested to contribute 
specimens of their work for this purpose." 

As a result, the Library has received through artists or their repre- 
sentatives a large collection of American prints. Line engravers such as 
A. B. Durand, James Smillie, J. W. Cheney, Charles Burt, Alfred Jones, 
are very well represented, the first two with a noteworthy approach to 
completeness. The last statement holds good also with regard to E. D. 
French and J. W. Spenceley among later men who applied this art of the 
line to the production of bookplates. Alexander Anderson, the father 
of American wood-engraving, may be studied in several thousand proofs. 
The group of wood engravers who brought their art to a remarkable 
degree of achievement in the last quarter of the 19th century, makes a 
fine showing, a remarkable one in the case of Juengling (about 450 
proofs). Cole and Kingsley. Nearly all the engravers of this school are 
well or adequately represented, however. Incidentally, their work also 
forms an interesting contribution to the records of book-illustration, in 
which specialty F. O. C. Darley played a prominent part ; the Library's 
collection of drawings by him and engravings after his designs is a note- 
worthy one. The fascinating art of etching, with an intimate charm at 
its best, is represented by nearly all who have practiced it in this country, 
both the older men as well as those identified with the recent revival of 
the art. Lithography, practiced all too little, is also adequately illustrated. 

There is, therefore, a foundation of modem work. 

Exhibitions. 

It was necessary, however, to awaken New York to the fact that a 
beginning had really been made, and the best way to accomplish this was 
by arranging exhibitions. Thereby, at the same time, the resources of 
the department were brought to the attention of the public. 

The opening exhibition consisted of a selection of plates from Tur- 
ner's "Liber Studiorum," of which the Library possesses a fine set in the 
Avery Collection. Following this there came: Japanese prints (Charles 



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Stewart Smith Collection) ; Artistic Portraits ; American Wood Engrav- 
ings; Millet, Rousseau and Daubigny; American Etchings; Etchings, 
Lithc^aphs and Wood Engravings by Modem German Artists ; Arundel 
Society Color Prints ; Prints by Modem Dutch Artists ; Modem French 
Line Engravings ; Historical Exhibition of Painter-Lithography ; Animals 
in Black-and- White ; Danish Etchings; Prints by Modem Bohemian 
Artists ; Book-Plates. 

A number of exhibitions have been devoted each to the work of one 
artist: Whistler, J. Alden Weir, R. F. Blum, R. Swain Gifford, L. M. 
Yale, Carriere, Camille Pissarro, A. Lalauze, Raffet, Isabey, Richter, 
Schwind, Rossetti, Meissonier, Menzel, Jacquemart, Fantin-Latour, 
Bracquemond, E. D. French, J. W. Spenceley, A. Prunaire, Ozias 
Dodge, Joseph Pennell, E. Kingsley. 

A few loan exhibitions have been held : One illustrating the history 
of engraving to the beginning of the i8th century and one of Rem- 
brandt's etched work, both from the collection of Mr. J. Pierpont 
Morgan ; one of British Mezzotints (a notable exhibition and one of the 
best ever seen) ; the A. A. Hopkins collection of the photographs of 
Italian paintings ; the E. Colonna collection of Japanese albums. 

Thus, exhibitions of prints per se were diversified so as to respond 
to a great variety of tastes. 

But the subject-interest has also been considered in the planning of 
exhibitions. Various subjects of historical or literary interest, ' often 
brought to the fore by the centenary of some event, have occasioned 
exhibits which have been justified by the attention which they attracted. 
Such were those devoted to French caricatures of the Franco-German 

_ _ • 

war. New York City, Champlain, Victor Hugo, Nathaniel Hawthorne, 
Presidential Campaigns, Milton, Franklin, John Paul Jones, Lincoln, 
Washington Irving, and the Hudson-Fulton exhibit, among others. 

Use. 

The use of the print room has gradually but surely increased. It 
has been perfectly free, with certain proper restrictions which have in 
no wise proven onerous. Lovers of the graphic arts have been drawn 
here as a matter of course, art students and artists have found oppor- 
tunity to study technical methods, instructors have been enabled to 
emphasize their points to students more clearly by having excellent 
examples at hand. The richness of the collection in certain directions 
has made it useful and frequently indispensable in the preparation of 
special publications, both here and abroad, — the definitive catalogues of 
Whistler's etchings, the publications of Loys Delteil, Gustave Bourcard 



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and E. Moreau-Nelaton in France, and of others in England and Holland; 
It was foresight indeed that could achieve the feat of making fuller col- 
lections of certain artists' work than can be found in their native land. 

The Director of the Library, in proposing the establishment of the 
department, said : "A good representative collection of prints is of more 
interest and use to the public in general and to the great majority of 
those specially interested in prints in particular, if it exists in immediate 
connection with a large library .... In the library it can be closely asso- 
ciated with the literature of art, — an association which is absolutely 
necessary to obtain the full benefit of each, and it is also available for the 
student of social history, of the manners, customs, costumes, etc., of a 
particular place or period, in connection with the literature of those sub- 
jects." 

The print room was administered from the first with practical library 
methods, adapted to the work in hand, and possibilities of usefulness in 
the print were ever kept in view. All works of art directly or indirectly 
form material for social history. Thus, the many calls for portraits, 
views, costumes, historical scenes, and the many other possible pictorial 
illustrations have been met, often with the best material in the department. 

Numerous private collectors are interested particularly in the subject 
of the print and acquire portraits of certain individuals (Washington, 
Napoleon, Franklin, Milton), sporting prints, views of a given locality 
(New York City, for instance), costume plates, coaches, illustrations of 
United States history, to name but a few possibilities. Some such col- 
lections have already found their way to this Library. 

Strength and Weakness of the Collection. 

It is apparent that this print department has been fairly strong in 
modem work and very weak in old prints. The few of the latter to 
be found here only accented the absence of the rest: Marc Antonio 
Raimondi's copies of Diirer's Life of the Virgin (R. L. Kennedy collec- 
tion), some Ostades, the Chodowiecki plates which happen to form part 
of the Avery Collection, or some Hollars given by Mrs H. Draper. 

In the Summer of 1909, however, the sum of $20,000 (one-half set 
aside by the Library, the remainder privately contributed) was made 
available for the purchase of prints, and was used in the acquisition of 
about 1,500 prints selected by Mr. Junius S. Morgan, mostly by minor 
or unfamiliar artists, but all repaying study. Mr. Morgan decided not to 
attempt to procure the most famous prints (Rembrandts, say, or Durers), 
which would soon have exhausted available funds. The purchase 
included examples by various masters of Germany, the Lowlands, France 



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and Italy, of the 15th and i6th centuries, notably Aldegrever (36 prints), 
Altdorfer (45), Beham (56), Diirer (8), Pencz (3), Cranach (30), 
Schongauer (4), M. Z. (3), Ostade (19), Goltzius (8), Leyden (10), 
Bakhuizen (12), Bosse (7), Lutma (4), Waterlo (7), Callot (119), 
Delaune (30), Mellan (i), Hollar (630), Marc Antonio Raimondi (14), 
Mantegna (i), Rosa (60), Du Jardin (10) Luyderhoef (4), Teniers 
(2), Berghem (6), Dusart (i), Nicoleto de Modena (i), Jan Van der 
Hecke (11), Van Meckenen (2). It is hoped that these prints will 
form a nucleus for future additions of work of the old masters. 

There were also about 140 proofs, many before letters, of those line 
engravings of the late i8th and early 19th centuries, in which burinists 
of note such as Morghen, Volpato, Gandolfi, Toschi, Foster, Doo, Mandel 
and Boucher-Desnoyers translated into black-and-white paintings by 
masters of the Italian school. With the Lenox collection there had 
already come a number of such prints, as well as good examples of the 
later English "framing prints" of the Victorian age. Views of chateaux 
and gardens, from the Calcographie du Loyvre, farther illustrate the art 
of line engraving. 

Wants: Old Prints. 

The weak points of the collection stand out clearly. A good begin- 
ning has been made, so that an appeal for an active interest in the farther 
development of the collection is fully justified and rests on good founda- 
tion. 

In the first place, then, etchers, great and minor, should be found here : 
Rembrandt above all; Claude Lorraine, Lievens, Bol, Ruysdael, Ever- 
dingen. Van de Velde, Tiepolo, Boissieu, Canaletto. 

Similarly the greatest and great masters of line engraving: Diirer, 
Leyden, Mantegna, Marc Antonio Raimondi, Marco de Ravenna, Cam- 
pagnola, Goltzius. And the brilliant Frenchmen Nanteuil, the Drevets, 
Edelinck, Masson, Wille, Schmidt. Then, for their historic interest, the 
early men who first subdued copper and wood as reproductive media, 
and those immediately following them : Master of 1464, Master E. S. of 
1466, Master of the Playing Cards, Master of the Garden of Love, 
Israel van Meckenen, Schongauer, Lautensack. Many names come to 
mind, not all prominent, but each standing for a personality of interest : 
Soutman, Schelte a Bolswaert, Sadeler, Cornells Visscher, the Wierixes, 
Saenredam, Gheyn, and in France Le Bas, Flipart and the other inter- 
preters of the gay i8th century. Furthermore, the early English line 
engravers, and those later three notable : Strange, Sharp and Woollett. 

Another important group is that of the renowned English mezzo- 
tinters, — McArdell, Green, Smith, the Wards, Fisher and the rest. The 



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Stipple engravers (Bartolozzi, Watson, Delattre, Soiron, Bonnet and 
others) make their demand. Likewise Prestel, Debucourt, Descourtis, 
Janinet and other aquatinters, who bring to mind the whole field of color 
prints, including much English work after Morland, Ward, Wheatley 
among others. 

In wood-engraving, ever identified with book production, Diirer, 
Burgkmaier, Graf, Boldrini, Jeghers, the Master I. B. with the Bird, and 
such exponents of chiaroscuro as Ugo da Carpi and Hans Baldung Grien 
are of importance. 

Wants: Modem Prints. 

But not only old prints are desired, certain 19th century artists are 
almost entirely lacking, and much recent work, especially European. 
Zom, Chahine, Max Liebermann, Max Klinger, Helleu, F. Brangwyn, 
D. Y. Cameron, Stauffer-Bern, Svabinsky, Leistikow, Schmutzer, A. H. 
Haig, Orlik, Lepere are some of the most noteworthy. Or the little 
group of Americans abroad : Pennell, Aid, Worcester, McLaughlin. Or 
again Thaulow, Robbe, Houdard, Be jot, Ranft and others who have pro- 
duced remarkable results in color-etching. In lithography, H. Vernet's 
"Lancer" (1816) and Millet's "Sower" (1851) would be welcomed, as 
would the work of Whistler, Greiner, C. H. Shannon, Steinlen. 

Often the very fact that the Library has a few prints by an artist 
should serve as an incentive to gathering a more worthy representation 
of this work. That is so in the case of Diirer, Ley den, Goltzius, Strang, 
Max Klinger. Even the Library's good collection of Whistlers is not 
nearly a complete one. And the extent of the American collection makes 
the absence of a few artists all the more apparent. 

All of this is simply an indication of what is necessary. A full list of 
desiderata can hardly be given here, but inspection of the print room is 
urgently invited. 

It remains for those who can answer this appeal to aid in putting this 
department of the Library in a position to answer all proper demands as 
satisfactorily as does this Library in the case of the printed book. Then 
will this print department be really worthy of the metropolis. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Frank Weitenkampf, 

Curator. 

Exhibitions. 

The historical exhibition of painter-lithography, opened in December, 
1908, at Lenox, was continued until March. In April it was succeeded by 



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a selection of prints illustrating "Animals in black-and-white," a treatment of 
animal life in etchings and lithographs, of interest for its subject matter and 
as an object lesson in the development of art methods and the change of taste. 
This gave place on August 19 to a "Hudson-Fulton exhibition," which 
occupied both the print gallery and the lower hall. It was divided into three 
sections: Henry Hudson and the Discovery of the Hudson River; The 
Hudson River from New York City to the Source ; Robert Fulton and Early 
Steam Navigation. The print gallery was given over to the second and 
largest section, which offered a pictorial record of the Hudson River. Only 
such pictures were included as actually showed the river, rare prints, ordi- 
nary woodcuts, photographs and cheap process prints being included in so 
far as necessary to compose a fairly complete panorama of both banks. The 
water front of New York City was illustrated with noteworthy fullness, the 
prints ranging in date from the earliest 17th century views to photographs 
taken in 1909, and including a particularly large group of scenes at the 
Battery. One feature was the inclusion of work by C. F. W. Mielatz, C. H. 
White, H. Winslow, and other present day artists who have seized upon the 
artistic possibilities of the metropolis. The printed catalogue included about 
800 items, of which about 650 were shown. 

In December this exhibition was replaced by one of "Modern Book- 
Plates." This was devoted mainly to American work, a few foreign plates 
having been included in order to emphasize difference in style and variety 
of interest, a group by C. W. Sherbom, the English artist, being particularly 
noteworthy. The place of honor among the American artists was given to 
E. D. French and J. W. Spenceley, both deceased, whose drawings, copper- 
plates, and impressions in various "states" illustrated methods of production. 
Copper-engravings by S. L. Smith, W. F. Hopson, J. H. Fincken and A. N. 
Macdonald, and "process" reproductions of designs by W. M. Stone, W. E. 
Fisher, Jay Chambers, D. McN. Stauffer, Louis Rhead, Mrs. A. R. Whedan, 
and etchings by E. L. Warner and Dr. L. M. Yale, present an extremely 
suggestive array of different styles. 

In the lower hall at Lenox^ the Milton exhibition gave way on January 
i8th to a highly characteristic collection of prints by modern Bohemian 
artists. Masterly portraits by Max Svabinsky, interesting color etchings by 
T. F. Simon, drypoints by Kupka, views of Prague by Hofbauer, Caspar, and 
Stretti, and figure work by Uprka, Jiranek, and Preissig, offered various 
phases of a national art. The prints, with a few exceptions, were loaned by 
Mr. Rud. Ruzicka ; subsequently a number of etchings by Simon and Preissig 
came into possession of the Library. 

On January 14 two cases were filled with prints and manuscripts relative 
to Edgar Allen Poe. 



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On February 8 both of these shows gave place to a Lincoln exhibit, which 
included books, autographs, and medals, but consisted in the main of portraits 
of Lincoln and pictures relating to him. The portraits showed him at vari- 
ous ages, and included noteworthy prints such as those signed by W. E. 
Marshall and Thomas Johnson, as well as the inferior but interesting wood- 
cuts and lithographs once plentifully issued. Caricatures were not wanting, 
and there was a remarkably large lot of memorial cards and badges issued at 
the time of Lincoln's death. 

In March the Bohemian prints were again placed on view, giving way in 
April to an exhibition of book-plates and other engravings by the late J. W 
Spenceley, of whose works the Library has an almost complete collection. 

In May a selection of "Recent Accessions" was displayed. This included 
a large variety of prints — reproductive and original etchings and wood- 
engravings, French line engravings of the i8th century, mezzotints by 
S. Arlent Edwards and F. G. Stevenson, book-plates and posters. There 
was a large proportion of American work, and the show, with its appeal to 
many tastes, effectively illustrated the growth of the print collection in vari- 
ous directions. 

In June line engravings after Raphael, from the Engelmann collection, 
were placed on view, and these, in August, were replaced by a portion of 
the "Hudson Fulton Exhibition," already described. 

In November, this latter was removed for a "Washington Irving" show^ 
commemorating the fiftieth anniversary of that author's death. Numerous 
portraits, scenes in Sleepy Hollow, illustrations to Irving's works (particu- 
larly notable those by F. O. C. Darley), editions of Irving's books and some 
manuscripts, made up this exhibition. 

About the middle of December mezzotints in color by F. G. Stev.enson 
were placed on view. This art, which is known here particularly well 
through the works of S. Arlent Edwards, was illustrated not only in its 
purely artistic but also in its technical aspects. Copper plates showing 
stages of "rocking" and progressive proofs answered the legitimate interest 
in processes, and the usual display of literature on the subject pointed out 
the way to more detailed information. Portions of the Colonna collection 
of Japanese prints were on exhibition from time to time, and the exhibit of 
engraving processes furnished by the Century Company was continued. 

At the AsTOR Branch the exhibitions in the wing frames were as follows : 
Book-plates by J. W. Spenceley, January; Plates from "Neue Sculpturen" 
(Modern German and Austrian sculpture), January and February; objects 
in the "Hoentschel Collection" presented to the Metropolitan Museum by 
Mr. J. Pierpont Morgan, February and March; Interiors and woodwork, 
Chateau de Rambouillet, March and April; Plates from "Musee Galliera: 



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Exposition de la parure precieuse de la femme: Bijoux," April and May; 
Plates from "Tapices de la corona de Espaiia, por Nauser y Manet," May and 
June ; Plates from "Army and Navy of the United States," June and July ; 
F. G. Dumas's "Illustrated biographies of modem artists," July ; J. Claesen's 
"La Dentelle," August; "Neuzeitliche Stickerei Skizzen," August and Sep- 
tember; "En Vogue" (a work on textile design) September and October; 
F. Contet's "Documents de ferronnerie ancienne de la seconde moitie du i8e 
siecle, fin Louis XVI," October and November; Reproductions of paintings 
in the Wallace Collection (Hertford House), November and December; 
J. C. Dana's collection illustrating "The Printed Book," December. 

The Bulletin. 

Vol. 13 of the Bulletin for 1909 contained 836 pages, an increase of 96 
over the preceding volume. 

Besides the usual monthly reports the Bulletin contained the following 
lists of works in the Library: Mormons (March), Fishing and Fish Culture 
(April), Asiatic languages (May-July), Oceanic languages (July), African 
languages (August), Henry Hudson and Robert Fulton (September), 
Mexico (October-December). 

The issue for January contained selections from a collection of manu- 
scripts relating to the Isle de Bourbon (Reunion) during the governorship 
of Jean Baptiste de Villers, 1701-1710. The Director's report for 1908 was 
printed in the February number. In April was printed the letter from 
Jacob H. Schiff, Esq., presenting the Tissot collection of Old Testament 
paintings, and in September a selection from the manuscripts in the Library 
by or relating to Robert Fulton. 

The resolutions adopted by the Board on the late John S. Kennedy were 
printed in the December issue. 

Purchases and Gifts. 

Our purchases for the reference department have continued along much 
the same lines as in the last few years. Subscriptions to periodicals have 
taken about half our book appropriations, and the remainder has gone mainly 
towards adding to our material on history, the economic and social sciences, 
art, technology, naval history, drama, and related topics. As instances of the 
development of the collection may be mentioned a group of over 200 volumes 
relating to the Balkans, 250 volumes on Mexico and South America, over 
1,000 German dramas, 149 Danish and 20 Slovenian dramas, some 450 docu- 
ments relating to Dutch canals and waterworks. 

More than the usual number of single volumes of interest in connection 



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With American history has been bought. Among these purchases may be 
mentioned "An alphabetical table of the situation and extent of the different 
streets, roads, lanes, wharves, and slips, public buildings and justices courts, 
of the City of New York, by John Law (Second Edition improved)," pub- 
lished at New York by John Law in 1807, 72 pages, 16** ; Alexander Gray- 
don's "Memoirs of a life, chiefly passed in Pennsylvania, within the last sixty 
years" (Harrisburgh: John Wyeth, 181 1), 8**, with many marginal notes 
by the author, some twenty leaves of Appendix in Graydon's manuscript, 
and a list of "My contributions to the Port Folio"; the "Geographische 
Belustigungen zur Erlauterung der neuesten Weltgeschichte. Mit Land- 
karten, Planen und Kupfern nach den neuesten und besten Originalen. (Zum 
Besten einer Freyschule in Sachsen)," published at Leipzig by the Johann 
Carl Miillerischen Buch- und Kunsthandlung in 1776, 2 parts in i, 4**, in the 
original wrappers, uncut, arid containing an interesting map of Boston and 
environs, "von dem Cheval de Beaurin nach dem Pariser Original von 1776," 
"Ein Theil des mittemachtlichen America ... Nach dem Original des Herrn 
Bonne, Paris, 1773," and "Der Teufels Belt gemeiniglich genannt der Lange 
Insels Sund." 

Two other maps of interest purchased during the year were Bernard 
Roman's "Map of the seat of civil war in America," published at Phila- 
delphia by Robert Aitkin in August, 1775, showing the country as far west 
as Worcester, with an inset plan of Boston and a view of the lines on Boston 
neck ; and a set of the two maps issued by Mason and Dixon showing their 
survey of the boundary between Pennsylvania and Maryland in 1763-7, 
engraved by James Smither in Philadelphia in 1768. 

Mention should be made also of two early pamphlets printed at New 
Orleans in 1777 by Antoine Boudousquie, "Le Dieu et les nayades du fleuve 
St. Louis" and "Epitre a Don Bernard de Galvez," governor of the province. 

Through the kindness of Mrs. Henry Draper and Mr. Cleveland H. 
Dodge we have been able to buy many expensive works that could not well 
have been bought from Library funds. From Mrs. Draper we received 121 
volumes, including many works on the fine arts, archaeology, etc., such as 
that on Russian antiquities entitled "Drevnosti rossiskavo gosudarstva" 
(Moscow, 1849-1865), twenty-five Pali manuscripts, Julius Lessing's 
Gewerbe Sammlung of the Berlin Royal Museum, etc. 

From Mr. Dodge we received 376 volumes of British genealogies, town 
and county histories, etc., a valued addition to our British local history. 

The President, Mr. Cadwalader, Mr. Morgan, Mr. Rives, Mr. Russell, 
Mr. Sheldon, and other members of the Board of Trustees have given us 
much, as in past years. We have likewise received books of value and 
interest from Dr. Robert Abbe, William K. Bixby, R. R. Bowker, Joseph H. 



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Choate, Mrs. Charles S. Fairchild, Mrs. Julian- James, Thomas A. Janvier, 
the Due de Loubat, Elihu Root, all of whom have appeared in our lists of 
donors in previous reports. 

From the estate of the late Bishop Potter we received some 500 volumes, 
and by bequest from Rev. James Chrystal came an extensive collection of 
works on church history, some two thousand volumes in number, besides the 
manuscripts and other papers of the testator and the plates of and copyrights 
in his books. 

In March Mr. Jacob H. Schiff gave us 371 water color paintings done 
by the late James Tissot, illustrating Old Testament life and scenes. Unfortu- 
nately we cannot put the collection on view until removal to the new build- 
ing grants us relief from our present crowded condition. 

We have continued to receive from the Review of Reviews, the American 
Agriculturist, the Churchman, the Methodist Library, the Scientific Ameri- 
can, the Publisher's Weekly, the Railroad Age Gazette, Evening Post, and 
Cooper Union gifts of current newspapers and other periodicals, and Messrs. 
Harper & Brothers and Charles Scribner's Sons have sent in several thousand 
prints, photographs, and other illustrative material used in their publishing 
business, all of which is of value for the print room. 

Mention has been made in the report of the print department of various 
gifts of prints ; there is no need here to do more than mention in this connec- 
tion the names of Harry C. Dickins, T. Frantisek Simon, and Vojt Preissig. 
Special thanks are due to Mr. Junius S. Morgan for his services and interest 
in connection with the large collection of prints bought for the print room 
during this year. 

The German-American collection grew during 1909 to the extent of 706 
volumes and pamphlets received from ninety-six donors. Rev. John Rothen- 
steiner of St. Louis has continued his benefactions of former years, giving 
63 pieces during 1909. About sixty newspapers and thirteen periodicals are 
currently received as gifts for the collection. 

The collection of menus brought together by Miss Frank E. Buttolph 
amounts now to 19,580 pieces. 

In April the trustees received as a gift from Mr. Russell and other mem- 
bers of the Board a portrait of the Director painted by Miss Ellen Emmet. 



I02 REPORT OF THE DIRECTOR 



CIRCULATION DEPARTMENT. 

Benjamin Adams, Chief. 

Buildings. 

At the date of the last report the City had acquired for circulation 
branches twenty-three sites in the Borough of Manhattan, five in The Bronx, 
and four in Richmond, making a total of thirty-two sites for erection of 
buildings from the Carnegie fund. During 1909 no new sites were bought, 
but seven sites were approved by the Board of Trustees and the city authori- 
ties. The necessary funds for buying them have not been voted, but it is 
hoped that action on this matter will be taken early in 1910 by the new Board 
of Estimate. 

On all the thirty-two sites heretofore secured buildings have been erected 
and opened, four new buildings being opened during 1909, as noted below. 
Detailed statistics as to acquisition of sites, their dimensions, the architects, 
and general condition of the work were given in a table (No. 3) printed in 
the last report; if printed in this report for 1909 the table would stand 
unchanged except to show that buildings Nos. 24, 30, 32 and 37 were opened 
on November 11, 1909, February 26, September 24, and January 11, respec- 
tively. 

The circulation department now comprises forty branches, excluding 
the Travelling Library Office and the Library for the Blind which have 
a regular branch organization, but are quartered temporarily in the River- 
side and St. Agnes branches respectively. Thirty-one of the branches are 
situated in the Borough of Manhattan, five in The Bronx, and four in 
Richmond. 

There are now thirty-two branch buildings erected from the Carnegie fund, 
four having been added during the past year, all in the Borough of Manhat- 
tan. Of these four buildings only one, the Hamilton Fish Park branch, 
is a new branch organization. The others were erected to furnish new 
quarters for existing branches, viz., the Harlem Library, Sacred Heart, 
and East Broadway branches. 

The Harlem Library was incorporated as the Harlem Library Associa- 
tion in September, 1825, having already existed for several years as a 
voluntary association. In 1897 the library was made free to the public, and 
on December 14, 1903, it was consolidated with the New York Public Library 
as the Harlem Library branch. On January 11, 1909, the new building, 
erected from the Carnegie fund, was opened at 9 West 124th Street. 

The Sacred Heart library was opened in January, 1901, as a branch of the 
Cathedral Free Circulating Library, at 463 West 51st Street. On January i, 



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1905* it was received as a branch of the New York Public Library, occupying 
the same quarters till September 24, 1909, when it removed to the new build- 
ing as the Columbus branch of the New York Public Library. 

The East Broadway branch of the Aguilar Free Library was opened in 
October, 1886, at 206 East Broadway, moved to new quarters at 197 East 
Broadway in September, 1891, and on March i, 1903, was received as a 
branch of the New York Public Library. On November 11, 1909, it was 
moved to its new building which was opened as the Seward Park branch of 
the New York Public Library. 

The usual formal opening exercises were held in each case, consisting of 
the delivery of the building to the city by a representative of the Trustees, 
its acceptance by an official appointed for the purpose by the Mayor, and its 
re-delivery to the Library for administration in accordance with agreement. 
These representatives were as follows for each of the four formal openings: 

branch: ltprary representative: city representative: 

Harlfm (January 11, iqoq) Mr. Charles H. Russell. Hon. Reginald S. Doull. 

Hamilton Fish Park (February 

26. 1909) Mr. Cleveland H. Dodge. Hon. Patrick F. McGowan. 

Columbus (September 24, igoq). .. lion. Morgan J. O'Brien. Hon. Patrick F. McGowan. 

Seward Park (November 11, 1909) Hon. Samuel Greenbaum. Hon. Reginald S. Douil. 

m 

Music was furnished at the Harlem Library opening by Miss Florence 
McMillan and Miss E. Eleanor Patterson ; at Hamilton Fish Park by Miss 
Elizabeth Mandelkern and Master Abe Flatow ; at Columbus by the pupils 
of the Sacred Heart School and Public School No. 84 ; and at Seward Park 
by Miss Ellie Ebeling, Mr. Maurice Nitke, and by the orchestra and glee 
club of Public School No. 62. 

Elevations and floor plans of the Seward Park^ Hamilton Fish Park, 
and Harlem Library branches are printed in the appendix to this report. 

Through the kindness of Mr. Dodge and other friends we have been able 
to add to the attractiveness of the branches by the purchase of pictures, 
plaster casts, plants, etc. 

Roof Reading-Rooms. 

Five of the branch libraries are now equipped with roof reading-rooms. 
This feature was first introduced at the Rivington Street branch which 
was opened June 10, 1905, with a roof reading-room forty feet square. It 
proved so popular, 7,483 readers using it during the summer of 1905, that 
similar accommodations were called for in four other buildings located in 
crowded districts. These four new ones are the St. Gabriel's Park, 
Hamilton Fish Park, Columbus and Seward Park branches. 



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Statistics showing the use of the roof reading-rooms in three of these 
five branches during 1909 are here appended. Columbus and Seward 
Park branches were opened in September and November, too late in the 
year to make use of the open-air reading-rooms, and they are, of course, 
omitted from the table. 



RIVINGTON HAMILTON ST. GABRIF.l'S 



MONTH STREET FISH PARK PARK 

May 3,304 1,850 7 

June 5,670 2,687 1,143 

July 8,246 1,038 1,036 

August 5,317 6,152 572 

September 4,423 4,536 218 

October 1,626* .... .... 

Total 28,586 16,263 2,976 

Circulation. 

During the year 1909, 7,013,649 volumes were circulated, an increase of 
509,247 over 1908. Of this increase 243,917 is the circulation of the 
Hamilton Fish Park branch, newly opened this year, and the remainder 
265,330 is the net increase of the circulation at seventeen branches, including 
the Travelling Library Office and the Library for the Blind. The 
Travelling Library Office alone shows an increase of 38,705 volumes. 
Statistics of the circulation for home use by months and by classes are given 
in tables III- VI. 

The method of computing the number of persons actually taking books 
for home use during the calendar year, adopted in 1908 has been continued, 
and the results are given in the last column of table XIII. This method, 
which superseded the former plan of enumerating all persons registered, 
gives a much more accurate computation of the total number of persons using 
the library. 

Permission to withdraw eight books at a time for home use durinjg the 
vacation months (June i to October i) has been granted as heretofore, and 
the privilege has been highly appreciated. Statistics of this vacation reading 
are shown by branches and classes in table VI. 

Sunday and Evening Opening. 

There have been no changes during the past year in the hours of Sunday 
openings (2 to 6 p. m.) in the branch reading-rooms. The attendance at 
the branches thus opened was as follows : 

*Open till the lalh of October. 



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NO. OF 

SUNDAYS 



RiviNGTON Street 52 

Ottendorfer '. 52 

Tompkins Square 52 

Muhlenberg 52 

58TH Street 52 

Riverside 52 



MALB 


ADULT 


TOTAL 


13.275 


12,782 


13.477 


3.283 


2,649 


3422 


5.030 


4,928 


5.095 


2,610 


2,803 


2,809 


1.747 


1,970 


1.979 


1,652 


I. 941 


1. 941 



27,597 27,073 28,723 



As compared with the year 1908 the results show an increase of 2,323 in 
attendance. 

The reading-rooms at the Tompkins Square and Rivington Street 
branches have remained opened evenmgs until ten o'clock. The table below 
shows the attendance during 1909 : 

PERSONS IN READING- NUMBER COMING 

ROOM AT 9 P. M. IN AFTER 9 P. M. TOTAL 

Rivington Street 21,038 8447 29,485 

Tompkins Square 12,249 2,292 I4>54i 



33*287 10,739 44,026 

This is an increase of 2,148 over 1908. Experiments in previous years 
seem to show conclusively that there is practically no demand at other 
branches for keeping the reading-rooms open after 9 p. m. 



Staff. 

The staff of the department on December 31, 1909, included 503 persons 
(counting 32 vacant positions temporarily filled by persons on trial or by 
substitutes), classified as follows: 

General Staff: 

Administration 15 

Cataloguing Office 10 

Book Order Office 2 

Instruction Office i 

Bindery 7 

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Branches : 

Librarians in charge (Class A) 41 

1st Assistant Librarians (Class B) 35 

Children's Librarians 14 

2nd Assistant Librarians (Class C) 113 

Assistants (Class D) 143 

Attendants (Class E) 23 

Custodians of reading-rooms " 22 

Janitors 37 

Messengers 8 



436 
Vacancies 32 



Total 503 

This represents an increase of thirty over the number reported in 1908. 
This increase is accounted for as follows : for old branches moving into new 
buildings, eighteen; added to the General Staff, three; to Mott Haven, 
MoRRiSANiA^ Tremont, two cach ; to Hamilton Fish Park, sSth Street, 
67TH Street, 115TH Street, one each; taken from Stapleton, one. 

Of the vacancies now existing four are in the General Staff, one in class 
C, eleven in class D, one in class E, six are reading-room custodians, one a 
janitor, and eight are messengers. 

The number of separate appointments made during 1909 was 100 ; thirty- 
three transfers were effected; forty-eight members of the staff resigned; 
indefinite leave of absence was granted to twenty-six, and there were three 
deaths. 

Besides these 503 regular members of the staff there are also a ninnber of 
substitutes, employed temporarily or for part time, as set forth in detail in 
the following paragraph : 

During the year 1909 there were employed 469 substitutes and extra 
assistants approximately 1,700 times in the several branches and in the 
general offices for periods varying from a few hours to the full month. Many 
of these temporary appointments were made necessary by the work incident 
to the opening of new branches, the removal of established branches into new 
and larger buildings, and the reorganization of other branches. The greater 
part, however, of these assignments was necessitated by one or more of the 
following reasons: (a) as vacation substitutes, (b) to replace regular assist- 
ants on leave of absence without pay, (c) to fill vacancies caused by resig- 
nations and indefinite leaves of absence, (d) to meet deficiencies in the staff 
caused by illness or temporary leaves (one week or less), (e) to supplement 



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the r^ular forces at many branches owing to the continued increase in the 
circulation of books, and (f) for holidays, Sundays, and extra evening ser- 
vice. In many cases these substitutes were persons on trial for appointment 
later on, and during the past year sixty-seven substitutes thus received per- 
manent appointments. 

Department Conferences. 

Meetings of the staff of the circulation department have been continued 
during the year, librarians in charge of branches meeting weekly with the 
chief of the department, and assistants in charge of special work meeting 
their supervisors at regular intervals. 

In addition frequent visits to the various branches have been made by the 
chief of the department, his assistant, supervisors of special work, and others 
whose duties required it, the number of such visits being recorded at about 
850. The Director and Assistant director have also visited most of the 
branches several times during the year. 

Staff News. 

The "Staff News," a weekly mimeographed sheet, has been issued every 
Saturday, as heretofore, and sent to the branches. It contains official 
notices, such as the calendar for the week, chronological lists of lectures and 
meetings held in connection with the work of the library, announcements of 
changes in the staff, and other items of interest. The total issue for the 
year amounted to sixty-four pages. 

Examinations. 

In the appended table is given a statement showing the results of exami- 
nations for promotion held as usual in May. 

CANDIDATES 

TAKING PLACED 

CANDIDATES ALL SUBJECTS ON LIST FIRST TRIAL 

Total B to A... 9 5 3 2 

C to B 40 II 

Others to B 5 4 

Total to B 45 36 IS 9 

D to C 62 34 

F to C 6 6 

Others to C 8 S 



Total to C 76 72 45 24 

E to D II 8 I 

F to D 27 24 24 

Others to D 16 12 11 

Total to D 54 54 44 3^ 



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It will be noted that the second and last columns of the table call atten- 
tion to the fact that there is a growing tendency on the part of assistants to 
ask permission to take a portion of the examination at one time and the 
remainder at a later period, thus qualifying gradually for their advance. 

In the examinations for Class D, of those who failed to secure a mark of 
75% but passed in English, six qualified in a final average of examination, 
work, and personal qualities. This report includes two who made up the 
condition in English in September, one substitute whose record was revised 
under the rule adopted in August, and three whose examination in library 
economy at the New York summer library school was included for this grade. 

Instruction Office. 

Miss E. L. Footb, Instructor. 

During the year one training class, pursuing the regular nine months' 
course, completed the term on July i, and another was enrolled October i. 
Of the twenty-seven students entering the final examinations in May, two 
made up a condition in English in September and one completed her record 
in library economy at the New York state summer school; including these 
records, twenty-three successfully passed examinations and received the 
certificate from the training class. One other was placed on the eligible list 
in addition, and six also passed the examinations for Class C. There was also 
one special student, entered March i, who attended the New York state 
summer school and was placed on the elgible list October i. 

In the examinations for the class of 1910, from a total of seventy-five 
applicants fifty-four candidates were examined. Of thirty-three who were 
accepted, twenty-seven have remained in the class up to date. 

The course of instruction has followed practically the same lines as in 
former years, except that new details are constantly introduced as oppor- 
tunity for improvement is seen. A new selection of branches for training 
students was made in October, reducing the number to fourteen, aside from 
the general offices, and placing two students in all but three of these branches. 
The librarians of these branches have met occasionally with the Instructor 
for general consultation and the practical questions of uniformity and adapt- 
ation of instruction to practical work have been discussed with profit. 

The Director and various members of the staff have given talks from 
time to time on the work of the Library, and we have also had several lecttu"es 
by persons from other libraries. These latter lectures were as follows : 

Mr. William R. Eastman, Chief of Educational Extension Division, N. Y. 
State Education Department, on "Library buildings;" Miss Josephine A. 



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Rathbone, Pratt Institute Library School, on "Opportunities of a librarian ;" 
Miss Caroline M. Hewins, Hartford Public Library, on "One child's read- 
ing;" Miss Isabella M. Cooper, Newark Public Library, on "Reference 
work ;" Mrs. Martha Foote Crow, on "Present day writers." 

During the year 671 copies of the circular of information, in some cases 
accompanied by an application blank, have been supplied to applicants for 
the class ; 350 of these were given in personal interviews and thirty-two since 
October ist; thirteen applications have already been filed for the next class. 
Besides the above, forty-nine copies of the pamphlet of information have 
been furnished to those asking for it. More of these would have been given 
out, but the supply being nearly exhausted, many have been refused. Seven 
hundred and sixty-two letters have gone out from the department and 226 
visitors, other than applicants, have called at the office. Ninety-one acces- 
sioned volumes have been added to the technical collection in the class room, 
besides 300 pamphlets and leaflets, making a total of 747 volumes and 1,164 
pamphlets. Since this collection was started in June, 1902, thirteen acces- 
sioned volumes have been lost, either from the shelves or in circulation and 
thirteen have been transferred to branches. The circulation from this collec- 
tion during the year has been 334. Another collection, numbering 219 pieces, 
has been started for use in the practice work in the class. 

The class in general reading, started in November, 1908, discussed on 
alternate Thursdays the works of various essa)dsts, such as John Fiske, 
Ruskin, Agnes Repplier, James Bryce, James Russell Lowell, and others. In 
November, 1909, a class was begun for the study of biography and such books 
were discussed as the Life of Alice Freeman Palmer, by her husband, Howe's 
Phillips Brooks, Joseph Jefferson's Autobiography, Henderson's Wagner, 
E. L. Cary's The Rosettis, and Douglass' Theodore Watts-Dunton. 

The following subjects in library economy were discussed on the alter- 
nate Thursdays, usually by the Instructor: 

Decimal classification, Cataloguing and miscellaneous questions. General 
library literature and information. Statistics (two lessons). 

The Chief of the department gave two lectures to assistants in classes C 
and B which were attended by a total of about 100. 

Since November i, 1909, Mr. Adams, Chief of the department has ad- 
dressed the assistants appointed during the year on the rules of the library. 
The Instructor has twice met assistants in classes E and D, also those in C 
and B, for general advice in individual study and for instruction in library 
economy. 



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Cataloguing Work. 

Miss E. F. Cragin^ Chief Cataloguer. 

In the cataloguing work of the circulation department, the division of 
labor between the central office and the branches is the same as usual. The 
planning is done at the central office, and the details carried out at the 
branches. 

The following table indicates the work done by the cataloguing office : 

Books classified 6,127 

Cards written for union catalogue 21,921 

Cards written for duplicate union catalogue 3>99i 

Books entered in union catalogue and shelf list 51,019 

Cards and slips filed 86,600 

Entries discarded from union catalogue and shelf list 14,466 

Library of Congress cards placed in union catalogue 7,961 

Library of Congress cards placed in duplicate catalogue 4,691 

Library of Congress cards sent to branches 77^71^ 

Library of Congress cards sent to Astor i,999 

Catalogue cards written for branches 3,588 

Shelf list cards written for branches 909 

Catalogue cards written by branches I35»346 

Books accessioned for Central offices 661 

In addition to the catalogue cards written for branches a complete card 
catalogue for Seward Park of 40,456 cards, for Columbus of 22,605 cards 
and a children's catalogue for Webster of 2,553 cards were written and 
revised in the department. 

Preparation of copy and proof-reading for the "Monthly List of Addi- 
tions" to the circulation department was also done by the cataloguing force. 

In addition to the usual classified lists of new books the following lists on 
special topics were also printed: Automobiles (January); Mountaineering 
(February) ; Furniture (March) ; Wireless telegraphy (April) ; Music 
added to the Library for the Blind since January i, 1908 (October) ; Books 
in the Swedish language (November). 

The July number of the "Monthly List of Additions" was devoted to a 
list of books in the Hungarian language presented by the government of 
Hungary, through Count Albert Apponyi, Minister of religion and public 
instruction, with the co-operation of other departments of government and of 
various Hungarian societies. 



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III 



1908 


1909 


46,075 


50.754 


32,696 


35.773 


137.031 


142,781 



Interbranch Loans. 

During the year 1909 there has been a substantial increase in the number 
of volumes sent from branches by the system of interbranch loans to meet 
the requests of readers. This increase is best shown in the following table : 

1907 
(i ) Books requested 33,888 

(2) Books supplied 23,197 

(3) Calls by messenger 90»S79 

Of the books so requested 5,186 were not in any branch, and such of 
these as were found suitable for the library have since been purchased. Of 
the other books asked for but not furnished, 7,831 were at the bindery, worn 
out, or too much in demand at one branch to be sent to another. 

The ratio of books supplied, to those asked for, was about the same in 
1909 as in 1908, being between 70 and 71 per cent. 

The record of books requested during the past year through the inter- 
branch loan system, showing classes and kinds of books is given in the 
following table : 



ENGLISH. 



Philosophy 2,478 

Religion 1,963 

Sociology 4,386 

Philology 1,248 

Natural science 3,0^3 

Useful arts 4,900 

Fine arts 4,200 

Literature 5,742 

Travel 2,592 

Biography 3,165 

History 2,790 

Periodicals 495 

Fiction 9,359 

Unclassified 72 



Total English 46403 



FOREIGN 

German 1,940 

French 1,182 

Italian 394 

Spanish 175 

Hungarian 138 

Russian 118 

Danish 93 

Latin 88 

Swedish 57 

Finnish 42 

Polish 41 

Greek 35 

Yiddish 27 

Hebrew 9 

Slovak 6 

Bohemian 2 

Modem Greek 2 

Arabic i 

Dutch I 



Total foreign 4,351 

Total English and foreign 50,754 



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This total of requests for English and foreign books through the inter- 
branch loan system shows an increase of 4,679 over the number recorded in 
1908. 

During the year 1909 the assistant in charge of the work has written 
11,869 notes of explanation, and has filed 71,291 cards. Lists of the best 
books on special subjects have been prepared on the request of readers at the 
various branches and forwarded to the branch through which the request 
originated. In the past year such lists were prepared on fifty-six diflFerent 
subjects, classified as follows: Applied Sciences, 19; Philosophy, 8; Litera- 
ture, 7 ; Economics, 7 ; Amusements, 3 ; Biography, 3 ; Travel, 3 ; Music, 3 ; 
Art, 2; History, i. 

As before, the operation of the loan system has been under the general 
direction of the chief cataloguer, and at each branch one assistant has 
included among her duties the direction of the loan system at that branch. 
The transportation of books has been carried on through the library express 
messengers. 

The union catalogue of books in the entire circulating system has been 
used during the year by an increased number of readers, a special assistant 
being assigned to take charge of it in evenings and on holidays. The table 
below shows the use of this catalogue in 1909 : 

DAY USE EVENING USE TOTAL 

January 114 60 174 

February 83 57 140 

March no 62 172 

April 91 43 134 

May 68 56 124 

June 75 53 128 

July 79 SI 130 

August 80 14 94 

September 64 15 79 

October 100 52 152 

November 123 47 170 

December 86 61 147 

School Work. 

Edwin White Gaillard, Supervisor. 

Conditions in Manhattan, Bronx, and Richmond, caused by a rapidly 
shifting population, have resulted in the abandonment of a number of schools, 
and in the transfer of others to Brooklyn, and Queens, and to places outside 



REPORT OF THE DIRECTOR II3 

of the city. Instead of the visiting list of the branches containing the names 
of 411 schools as was the case a year ago, only 401 are now on this list, not- 
withstanding the fact that eight have been added during the year. The 
public elementary school population, and the population of probably all other 
elementary schools, has continued to show an actual decrease in Manhattan. 
The following is a formal statistical report of the work with schools for 
the year : 

1908 1909 

Visits paid to schools 4J73 4*938 

Notices and announcements posted in edu- 
cational institutions 7>053 4,210 

"Monthly List of Additions" sent to all 

teachers 92,255 99,440 

Special study cards issued to teachers 3,355 3,000 

Books lost by teachers, unpaid 2 6 

Pupils recommended by teachers 25,260 14,027 

Books lost through application blanks en- 
dorsed by teachers 307 106 

Reference use: — 

Elementary schools 89,400 112,534 

High schools 48,177 55,57^ 

Total school reference use 1 37,577 167,924 

Last year, when eighty-six addresses of various kinds were delivered in 
schools, it was assumed that none would be needed in 1909, but the contrary 
has proved to be the case. In response to direct requests, sixty-nine have 
been delivered this year, as follows: at teachers' conferences, 17; in class- 
rooms, 45 ; at morning assemblies, 7. 

The marked decrease in the number of children who have become mem- 
bers of the library on recommendation of their teachers is due to a changed 
method of registration, whereby parents, rather than teachers or others, are 
accepted as guarantors for children. 

The following table shows the number of teachers' special study cards in 
actual use at all branches on December 22nd, a date arbitrarily selected for 
this count. 



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Teachers' special study cards in actual use, December 22^ 1908 and 1909. 



1908 1909 

Oiatham Square 162 93 

Seward Park 86 69 

Rivington Street. ... 49 86 

Hamilton Fish Park 97 

Hudson Park 30 23 

Bond Street 18 37 

Tompkins Square 179 214 

Ottendorfer 34 46 

Jackson Square 43 J2 

Epiphany 51 82 

Muhlenberg 41 60 

St. Gabriers Park ... 50 69 

St. Raphael o o 

George Bruce 71 62 

Cathedral 88 94 

Columbus 12 32 

S8th Street 129 187 

67th Street 47 57 

Riverside 85 107 

Webster 80 84 

Yorkville 74 140 



1908 1909 

St. Agnes 142 142 

96th Street 100 no 

Bloomingdale 104 175 

Aguilar 121 151 

iiSth Street 99 256 

Harlem Library 52 65 

I25tli Street 1 12 107 

i3Sth Street 67 103 

Hamilton Grange. ... 93 215 

Washington Heights. 60 69 

Mott Haven 70 123 

Morrisania 71 265 

Tremont 156 285 

High Bridge 27 42 

Kingsbridge 24 26 

Tottenville 25 25 

Stapleton 27 31 

Port Richmond 25 27 

St. George 45 53 

Total 2,738 3,977 



This increase of 1,239 teachers* special study cards in use at the end of 
1909 as compared with the same date in 1908 is of special interest, in view of 
the fact that the number of special study cards issued to teachers in 1909 
shows a decrease as compared with 1908. This would seem to indicate that 
heretofore we have had preliminary registration, and that from now on the 
use and the growth will be normal, showing slight variations in increase or 
decrease. 

The increased number of teachers who are using the branches has caused 
an increase in the demand for books ; in the effort to comply with this, books 
have been purchased as indicated in the following table : 



Reserves for teachers 

In connection with courses in educational insti- 
tutions 



1908 
5,739 

1,281 



1909 
6,335 volumes 



1,340 



ti 



Total purchases especially for teachers . . 7,020 7,675 volumes. 



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The distribution to branches of these purchases of 1909 was as follows : 



Chatham Square 425 

Seward Park 183 

Rivington Street 206 

Hamilton Fish Park 330 

Hudson Park 119 

Bond Street 145 

Tompkins Square 689 

Ottendorf er 76 

Jackson Square 179 

Epiphany 83 

Muhlenberg 153 

St. Gabriers Park 217 

St. Raphael o 

George Bruce 149 

Cathedral 105 

Columbus 102 

58th Street 210 

67th Street 77 

Riverside 237 

Webster 236 

Yorkville 286 



St. Agnes 621 

96th Street 125 

Bloomingdale 122 

Aguilar 485 

I iSth Street 563 

Harlem Library 260 

i2Sth Street 92 

i3Sth Street 51 

Hamilton Grange 117 

Washington Heights 203 

Mott Haven 231 

Morrisania 278 

Tiemont iii 

High Bridge 80 

Kingsbridge 27 

Tottenville 16 

Stapleton 11 

Port Richmond 6 

St. George 69 



Total volumes 7»675 



The classification of these special purchases was as follows : 



General works 3 

Philosophy 49 

Study of defective children 45 

Psychology 404 

Logic 27 

Religion 97 

Sociology 387 

Education i,540 

Philology 229 

Natural science 589 



Fine arts 214 

Useful arts 730 

Literature 1,716 

Travel 212 

Biography 328 

History 466 

Juvenile fiction 536 

A.dult fiction 103 



Total volumes 7*675 



The 6,335 volumes purchased as "reserves for teachers" were bought 
almost entirely in response to direct requests that the branches were unable 
to meet from their own stocks or by borrowing from other branches. Of this 
number about 500 were books entirely new to the circulation department. 

Effort is made to have in the branch system at least one copy of every 



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valuable book on education that is published in England and America, and to 
have represented in the circulation department the best educational works 
published in France, Germany, and Italy, and exceptional books from Hun- 
gary, Bohemia, Poland, Argentina, Chile, and Spain. These foreign books 
are used to a slight extent, but they are purchased for the exceptional student 
of larger educational movements. 

Three broadside lists of "Recent Books of Interest to Teachers" have 
been published and distributed, 4,500 copies of each. 

In order that children in elementary and high schools may naturally con- 
nect the library with their daily school life, may naturally and easily learn 
the use of a public library while at school, and just as naturally continue its 
use after leaving school, it was decided some years ago to establish in all 
branches certain collections of reference books. These works were selected 
to meet requests resulting from elementary and high school curriculums. On 
the whole the establishment of these collections seems justified, though 
doubtless more fortunate selections of books could have been made in some 
cases. School reference use has increased from 42,392, in the year before 
any of these books had been purchased, to 167,924 in 1909. Other causes 
have contributed to this increase : the unification of work in children's room^, 
increased number of branches, closer relation with schools, and improved 
methods of making these books useful on the part of the librarians. With- 
out the books, however, very little could have been done. 

An interesting and encouraging feature of the work with schools is the 
use made of the branches by classes from neighboring schools. During the 
year 112 classes with their teachers have come to the branches during school 
hours for systematic instruction in the use of reference books. As a result 
of many conferences between librarians and teachers, numerous subjects have 
been selected as suitable for work of this kind and sufficiently covered by 
material available. 

All of the recently established and reorganized branches have formed 
reference collections for elementary and high school use. In addition to 
these, purchases have been made as noted in the appended table. It will thus 
be seen that nearly all branches have now at least the foundations of small 
reference collections. 



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Volumes added to school reference collections : 



1908 1909 

Chatham Square 395 583 

Seward Park 51 3 

Rivington Street 382 167 

Hamilton Fish Park 437 

Hudson Park 423 i 

Bond Street 21 o 

Tompkins Square.... 1,305 219 

Ottendorfer o 18 

Jackson Square 358 5 

Epiphany 95 o 

Muhlenberg 70 51 

St. Gabriel's Park... 278 o 

St. Raphael o o 

George Bruce 373 i 

Cathedral 21 o 

Columbus o o 

58th Street o 328 

67th Street 241 104 

Riverside 21 260 

Webster 238 119 

Yorkville 618 i 



igo8 1909 

St. Agnes 448 i 

96th Street 325 i 

Bloomingdale 45 o 

Aguilar •. 441 193 

iiSth Street 201 88 

Harlem Library 226 258 

i2Sth Street o o 

135th Street o 21 

Hamilton Grange o 244 

Washington Heights. 351 3 

Mott Haven 564 o 

Morrisania 146 o 

Tremont 4 215 

High Bridge o 3 

Kingsbridge o 37 

Tottenville o o 

Stapleton o o 

Port Richmond o o 

St. George o 21 

Total 7,641 3,372 



During 1909 these books were added, a few at a time, as their need was 
felt and as circumstances warranted. 



Work with Children. 

Miss Annie Carroll Moore, Supervisor. 

The work with children has been visibly strengthened at many points 
during the past year. Four children's rooms have been opened in new build- 
ings and the work for children at three branches has been fully or partially 
reorganized. The reorganization in two branches involved the removal of 
the children's books from the first floor to the second, and the installation 
of separate charging and registration systems with increased facilities for 
reference and reading-room work. 

As three of the new buildings take the place of branch libraries in the 
same districts there is an increase of but one in the number of points of 
administration. A very large increase is to be noted, however, in the amount 



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and in the kind of work now carried on in the children's rooms of the 
Seward Park, Columbus, and Harlem Library branches as compared 
with what was possible in the cramped quarters of the old East Broadway, 
Sacred Heart, and Harlem Library branches. This is also true of the 
children's work at the Tremont and Mott Haven branches since its removal 
to the second floor of each building. There are now forty-one points of 
administration including the office of the Supervisor. 

The circulation of books from children's rooms in 1909 was 2468,383. 
In 1908 it was 2,175,347. (These figures do not include the circulation to 
children through travelling libraries.) The circulation of books from 
children's rooms represents more than one-third of the total circulation re- 
ported from forty branch libraries and from the travelling libraries. 

82.499 books have been added through the office of the Supervisor of 
work with children and 3,006 books have been added through the office of 
the Supervisor of school work. The first figures represent a large increase 
of stock by the duplication of titles, the freshening of reading-room and circu- 
lating collections by new titles, and the replacement of worn-out volumes. 
The second set of figures represents the installment of reference collections 
in children's rooms or the enlargement of collections already in use. 

In 1908 the ntmiber of additions was 65,381 and in 1907 it was 38,094. 

The number of volumes now shelved in children's rooms for circulating 
and reference use is 180,003 as compared with 147,954 in 1908, and 125,103 
in 1907. 

The active demand for books is still far in excess of the supply at several 
libraries, and a short stock becomes a serious administrative problem during 
the busy months, since it brings undue strain of service upon the books and 
binding, and takes time which should be given to helping the children in their 
selection of books. 

The exceptional care given to books in reference and reading-rooms and 
the effect of such care upon the books in circulation is again to be noted and 
commended since it represents continued vigilance and a high standard of 
routine work on the part of all assistants scheduled in children's rooms. 

One of the direct effects of this care is shown by the decrease in losses of 
books reported from libraries where formerly the losses were very heavy. 
The total number of children's books reported missing at inventory is slightly 
less than the number reported for 1908, although the count for 1909 includes 
four new libraries, from one of which the largest circulation to children is 
reported and two of which rank among the first ten in size of circulation. 

A careful study of the losses by class and by size of the book has been of 
great assistance in dealing with this problem from the practical standpoint 
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There has been a notable increase in the reference and reading-room use 
of the children's rooms throughout the system. Several branches reporting a 
decrease in circulation statistics report a very much more general use of the 
children's room for recreational reading and for purposes of study. 

Until October i story-telling was continued along the lines indicated in 
the last report. One of the two visiting story-tellers was then placed in 
charge of the work, and assistants desiring to tell stories were given oppor- 
tunity to test their ability, subject to her criticism. On November i regular 
story-hours were resumed or established at thirty branches, each assistant 
making her own selection of stories, guided by such suggestions as seemed 
likely to secure the desired result. 

The general aim has been so to adapt the story-hour to each library as 
to make it both an active factor in the work and a delightful occasion in itself. 
A copy of the book from which the story is told is shown to the children at 
the end of the story-hour and is then placed on a special table or shelf in the 
children's reading-room. Children frequently bring their friends to read 
the stories to which they have listened. 

The two visiting story-tellers aim once a month to visit all branches desir- 
ing to hold story-hours. The Supervisor's assistant has addressed and told 
stories at four mothers' meetings and at two public school assemblies on 
Staten Island in addition to the story-hours she has held at branch libraries. 

Requests from other public schools and institutions have been declined 
on account of the pressure of her duties in connection with the office and the 
general work of the children's rooms. 

Two clubs for older boys have been formed in addition to the one reported 
last year, at which the boys themselves have told stories of their own selec- 
tion. 

Clubs for older girls have been formed at two branches and admirable 
work is being done by children's librarians and assistants in the way of 
informal reading circles as well as in story-telling and club work. 

The total number of story-hours held in 1909 was 598. The total attend- 
ance was 15,615. (Story-hours are held only from November i to May i.) 

Exhibits of butterflies and birds, North American Indian relics, Indian 
and Chinese games and toys, with small exhibits of shells and corals have 
been added to the exhibits lent by the American Museum of Natural History 
in 1908. 

In addition to the Museum exhibits some private collections of dolls in 
the costumes of different nations and periods, with a very interesting collec- 
tion of pictures and terra cotta figures illustrating Sicilian life have been lent 
to the children's rooms of the Harlem Library, Tompkins Square, and 
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The KiNGSBRiDGE children's room has received a gift from Mr. C. H. 
Dodge of curios, birds with birds' nests and birds' eggs, and an exhibition 
case in which to display them. The Tompkins Square children's room has 
received from Hon. Daniel B. Fearing a gift of twenty-seven dolls in the 
costumes of many nations, and the Hamilton Fish Park children's room a 
collection of dolls in Hungarian national costume. 

An exhibit of books suggested as Christmas gifts was again shown at the 
St. George branch during December. A smaller Christmas book exhibit 
was shown at the Fifty-eighth Street branch. 

Several German lithographs and pictures of a similar kind were pur- 
chased for circulation among the branches as temporary exhibits. Plants 
and other decorations have been received by a considerable number of 
libraries. 

The new mural decorations in the children's rooms of the Ninety-sixth 
Street^ the Seward Park, and the Tompkins Square branches have 
attracted much attention and favorable comment from children and grown 
people. 

Howard Pyle's "Robin Hood," the "Arabian Nights," and the Fairy Tales 
of Grimm and Hans Andersen illustrated by Helen Stratton, "Don Quixote" 
illustrated by T. H. Robinson, Boutet de Monvel's "Joan of Arc" and Sir 
John Tenniel's "Alice in Wonderland" are among the books represented in 
these mural decorations. 

City History Clubs were organized at five branches during the past year. 
Eight clubs are now holding regular weekly meetings under the direction of 
the City History Club of New York. The object of the clubs is training in 
good citizenship by the study of city history and civics and by a series of 
excursions to points of historic interest. Extension of this work will be 
made as rapidly as qualified leaders can be provided by the City History Club. 

The monthly meetings for assistants in charge of children's rooms have 
been continued. The May meeting has become one of peculiar interest as 
each assistant then gives a brief account of the significant gains in the work 
of her children's room during the year. 

Children's books in foreign languages was made the general theme of 
the meetings to be given to the discussion of children's books in 1909-1910. 
A meeting on Bohemian books for children, accompanied by an exhibit of 
books, was held at the Webster branch in March. The speaker, a Bohemian 
lady, formerly a children's librarian, was asked to repeat her address at the 
New York State meeting in September. 

So keen an interest was awakened by her presentation of what exists for 
children in Bohemian history and literature that three branch librarians con- 
sented to give in turn similar accounts of the Hungarian, Russian and Polish, 



REPORT OF THE DIRECTOR 



121 



and German books for children. The meetings will be held in districts 
where these languages predominate. Lists of the books approved will 
be prepared for inclusion in the list of children's books recommended for 
purchase. The number of titles will be small and the books will only be 
ordered to supply definite needs. 

The most satisfactory results of the children's work during the past 
year have been the strength given to the service by increasing the number of 
qualified children's librarians from six to fourteen and the completion of 
the qualification test. This test consisted of six months of practical work 
in the children's rooms of three typical branches. An outline of points to 
be observed while performing the work of a full-time assistant was given to 
the candidate on entering upon the test ; she was expected to take notes, to 
form her own judgments and conclusions, and to embody the results in a 
paper entitled "The work of a children's room" to be submitted at the end of 
the test. 

The outline called for a study of each branch in relation to its neighbor- 
hood and for a very practical study of its book collections, embracing the 
selection, the general condition of books in circulation, the repairing, binding, 
reinforcing and discarding of books under varying conditions of circulating 
use. The administration of a large children's department was brought into 
strong contrast with the care of a small room in a rural branch. Different 
forms of registration and variation in reference and reading-room work, 
story-telling and club work, the decoration of children's rooms were all made 
subjects for observation and study. 

The test is again offered and during 1909-1910 four assistants have been 
given the privilege of qualifying in this way. 

The work of the children's rooms for the year 1909 is shown in the follow- 
ing table : 



NEW 
REGIS- 
BRANCH TRATION 

Chatham Square -. . 3,479 

Seward Park 7,oii 

Rivington Street 3,926 

Hamilton Fish Park 8,911 

Hudson Park 958 

Bond Street 1,558 

Ottendorfer i,744 

Tompkins Square 3*678 

Jackson Square J2y 

Epiphany 960 







NO. OF VOL- 








UMES IN 


NO. OF 


CIRCU- 


NON-FICTION 


children's 


ADDI- 


LATION 


PERCENTAGB 


ROOMS 


TIONS 


110,999 


56.37 


7,712 


3.671 


"5.450 


4983 


7,078 


8,666 


121,749 


60.40 


5.122 


3.634 


165,070 


59-35 


8.354 


9,264 


44.013 


5428 


4,415 


1,693 


44.590 


55-81 


2,689 


1,524 


83,208 


55-57 


3,596 


2,143 


136,998 


54-69 


88.13 


4.785 


31,000 


46.68 


3,776 


398 


49,730 


47.28 


5.071 


957 



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REPORT OF THE DIRECTOR 



NEW 

REGIS- CIRCU- 

HRANCH TRATION LATION 

Muhlenberg 548 25,793 

St. Gabriel's Park 1,118 51,784 

St. Raphael 612 22,578 

George Bruce 1,157 44i943 

Cathedral 585 24,586 

Columbus 2,802 48,513 

Fifty-eighth Street 1 440 42,732 

Sixty-seventh Street 1,214 69,978 

Riverside 1,003 43,849 

Webster 1,338 67,772 

Yorkville 1,803 92,294 

St. Agnes 711 35,791 

Ninety-sixth Street 2,550 129,317 

Bloomingdale 745 33»S6i 

Aguilar 4,083 ii9,i4S 

1 15th Street 2,710 98,688 

Harlem 3,802 81,994 

125th Street 1,215 43»7S4 

135th Street 1,373 57,84Q 

Hamilton Grange 1,229 52,409 

Washington Heights 904 21,794 

Mott Haven 2,872 77,432 

Morrisania 2,135 86,224 

High Bridge 212 12,612 

Tremont 2,496 85,715 

Kingsbridge 196 12,107 

St. George 340 19,511 

Pt. Richmond 256 26,320 

Stapleton 407 25,297 

Tottenville 103 11,243 

Total 74,911 2,468,383 





NO. OF VOL- 






UMES IN 


NO. OF 


NON-FICTION 


children's 


ADDI- 


PERCENTAGE 


ROOMS 


TIONS 


40.54 


2,843 


822 


48.08 


4.524 


747 


33-72 


1,728 


640 


47-99 


4,626 


823 


48.63 


2,060 


768 


45.62 


6,290 


6407 


43-34 


4,490 


803 


53-65 


5,661 


1.741 


50.77 


4.097 


1,242 


52.28 


4,247 


2,095 


46.44 


5.562 


2.074 


40.88 


3.847 


839 


48.99 


6,072 


3.554 


3594 


3.170 


624 


50.27 


7.17s 


2,689 


45-39 


5.305 


1.643 


44-35 


5.578 


1,901 


43-67 


4,182 


731 


44-56 


3449 


862 


40.95 


4,201 


2,345 


39-59 


3.607 


1,266 


46.28 


4.718 


3.724 


41-34 


5,821 


2,545 


5300 


2,853 


881 


4952 


6,042 


1,316 


49.24 


2,112 


523 


40.25 


2,691 


495 


40-13 


2,107 


570 


44.20 


2,5" 


555 


45-74 


1,808 


539 


49-65 


180,003 


82499 



Travelling Libraries. 

Miss A. £. Brown, in Charge. 

During the year 1,028,550 volumes have been circulated through Travel- 
ling Libraries, an increase of 38,705, or 4 per cent, over the year 1908. 



REPORT OF THE DIRECTOR I 23 

Books were sent to 659 travelling library stations, of which 560 were in the 
boroughs of Manhattan and The Bronx, and 99 in Richmond. 

Circulation through the Department of Education, including the Recrea- 
tion Department, has amounted to 353,089 volumes; through industrial 
schools, 297,183; private schools, 144,638; fire department, 22430; business 
stations, 143,610; home libraries, 11,391; Young Men's Christian Associa- 
tion, 4,841 ; Young Women's Christian Association, 13,047 ; Settlements, 
23,848 ; Sunday schools, 8,630 ; study clubs, 4>S04- 

The Staten Island Office has completed its second year, more than doub- 
ling its record. Books have been sent to 99 stations during the past year, 
an increase of 18 stations over the number provided in 1908, and the circula- 
tion through these stations has amounted to 52,564 volumes, an increase of 
21416. There have been in use forty-two school sets, twenty home libraries, 
four Sunday school libraries, collections in eleven fire department stations, 
and nine general libraries. The field has not yet been covered, and promises 
much for the future, especially in the direction of study clubs and home 
libraries. 

The school work of the Travelling Libraries has broadened in many 
ways during the past year. 104 public schools received books, in one school 
alone 1,000 volumes being placed for circulation. Furthermore, large refer- 
ence libraries for the use of teachers were established in many schools, while 
books were furnished to special school classes, such as the Public School 
Garden Association, the Nature Study Club, and a number of literary clubs. 
In recreation centres and summer play grounds the work of the Travelling 
Libraries has also shown marked development. The twenty-one recreation 
centres in Manhattan and The Bronx were supplied with books, and the 
privileges of the libraries extended to a total of thirty-one summer play- 
grounds. In addition, teachers in six elementary school playgrounds have 
been furnished books on games and organized sport. The total number of 
volumes from the Travelling Libraries circulated through the Recreation 
Department in 1909 amounted to 253,105. 

This Fall has seen a great increase in the Industrial School work of the 
Travelling Library Office, the circulation for the year being 297,183 volumes 
as compared to 208,661 volumes in 1908. Formerly, books were distributed 
once a week from two or three centres, but at the present time, in each school 
not near a branch library, a teacher is appointed to distribute books, with the 
help of a library student who is under the instruction of the home library 
worker. Frequently a story-hour is given for the children. There are also 
a number of evening clubs where regular collections of books on civics, 
hygiene, and manual training are supplied to the boys and young men, and 
books on domestic science, sewing, etc., to the girls. Many of the best dis- 
cards are used for general circulation. 



124 REPORT OF THE DIRECTOR 

In addition, books have been sent to fourteen settlements, fifteen study 
clubs, ninety-eight home libraries, and seventy-six stations of the fire depart- 
ment. Forty-five libraries have been in churches as Sunday school libraries, 
club libraries, and for general neighborhood circulation. There have been 
twenty-four libraries in business places, such as mercantile establishments, 
large offices, and factories, over one himdred thousand volumes having been 
circulated during the year through this department alone. 

The work with discarded books has been carried on since May, 1908, the 
branch libraries of the circulation department sending all discarded books 
that are in fairly good condition to the Travelling Library Office, whence 
they are sent to places to which it would not be advisable to send the regular 
books, or from which books could not be returned. As places of this kind 
may be nuentioned the city prisons, hospitals, charitable associations, and 
other similar institutions. 

Through the Department of Correction of New York City, books were 
in former years either lost, or returned in such deplorable condition from the 
institutions on BlackwelFs, Hart's, and Riker's Islands, that it was decided 
to supply these places entirely with discarded books, or from the "Special 
Collections." The District Prisons of New York City were visited by a repre- 
sentative from the Travelling Libraries, and nothing in the way of reading 
matter was found in them except a few magazines and Bibles. Books have 
been placed in all, with the assurance of the head keepers that they would be 
properly cared for and given out to the prisoners. 

This year, as last, many discarded volumes were sent to telegraph com- 
panies for distribution among the messenger boys. For some years efforts 
were made to circulate the regular books, but naturally few managers were 
willing to guarantee the return of the books. Now that it is understood 
that there is no such responsibility they eagerly receive them for exchange 
among the boys. 

The Travelling Library Office is in receipt of many expressions of the 
warm appreciation in which its efforts are held by the readers to whom these 
books are sent. The following letter from Capt. Hamlet, of the Barge Office, 
may be quoted in illustration 3 "I wish to acknowledge receipt of four hun- 
dred books, in four packages, which you so kindly forwarded to me for use 
on board the Cutters of the U. S. Revenues-Cutter Service. They have been 
distributed among the Cutters Seneca, Mohawk, Manhattan, Hudson, and 
Calumet, and will be passed on to other vessels of the Service, or merchant 
marine, as soon as r;ead. The Department in Washington wishes me to 
present thanks to you and the New York Public Library for the opportunity 
you have given the Service by your generous action to obtain reading matter 
for the crews of the vessels." 



REPORT OF THE DIRECTOR 1 25 

This brief review of the work of the Travelling Libraries will serve to 
show the manner in which books have been supplied to many places not 
otherwise provided for, and also in response to special requests which could 
not be filled through a regular library. The field for this work is constantly 
broadening, and it is hoped that the increasing need will be met with larger 
means of service. 

Work with the Blind. 

M188 LuciLB GoLOTHWAiTE, in Charge. 

The work done with the blind this year reflects the universal tendency 
toward the broader education of defectives. 

The placing of the sightless in the public schools for the seeing, the open- 
ing of a permanent exhibit for them in the Museum of Natural History, and 
the increasing number of blind persons seeking a college education are facts 
which have influenced the year's work and give promise of wider opportuni- 
ties for usefulness in the future. 

The decision of the Board of Education to teach American Braille in the 
schools has led to the purchase of much new material in this type and though 
the larger part of the order has not been filled, supplementary reading matter 
is being supplied to public school pupils. The movement, however, is too 
recent to give suggestive results in statistics relating to the use of types. 

The circulation, classified according to the several systems of typography, 
proves that European Braille has again made the greatest gain with us and 
that the line letter type continues to decrease, as shown in the following table 
of volumes circulated in 1909 : 

New York point 7>S36 

European Braille 4,236 

Moon type 2,399 

American Braille 438 

Line letter 214 

Ink type 4 

Total 14,827 

The demand for the different types of printing for the blind in various 
parts of the country is illustrated by the distribution of the circulation as 
shown in the following table : 



126 



REPORT OF THE DIRECTOR 



NEW YORK 
POINT 



Alabama 

Arkansas 

Connecticut 

Delaware 

District of Columbia. . . 

Georgia 

Illinois 

Indiana 

Iowa 

Kansas 

Kentucky 

Louisiana 

Maine 

Maryland 

Massachusetts 

Michigan 

Minnesota 

Mississippi 

Nebraska 

New Hampshire 

New Jersey 

New York City 

New York State 

New Mexico 

North Carolina 

North Dakota 

Ohio 

Pennsylvania 

Rhode Island 

South Carolina 

South Dakota 

Tennessee 

Texas 

Vermont 

Virginia 

Washington 

Wisconsin 



349 
I 

57 

2,2. 

i8o 

77 

28 

36 

13 

19 

17 

25 
218 

66 

93 
35 

17 

• • • • 

770 

3.957 
1,080 

12 

16 

12 

112 

"5 
6 

2 

17 
26 

20 

8 

64 

15 
44 



XNGLISII 
BRAILLE 

58 

3 
198 

• • • • 

8 
27 

305 

55 
20 

12 

23 
16 

19 

19 
249 

137 
129 

19 

38 

102 

393 
1,232 

285 
3 

• • • • 



MOON 
TYPE 



267 



• • • • 

8 
2 
2 

• • • • 

• • • • 

• • • • 

"5 

1,535 

383 

• • • • 



81 


3 


238 


76 


102 


3 


2 


• • • • 


• • • • 

125 


• • • • 
I 


25 


• ■ • • 


3 


• • • • 


42 


• • • • 


86 


• • • • 


85 


• • • • 



AMERICAN LINE INK 

BRAILLE LETTER TYPE 



• • • • 



8 
2 

31 

I 

4 



9 
4 



• • • • 

• • • • 

• • • • 

• • • • 

33 
164 

39 

• • • • 

23 

• • • • 

• • • • 

21 

• • • • 

45 



7.536 4.236 



2,399 



• • • • 



• • • • 



• • • • 



• • • • 



438 



• • • • 



13 



• • • • 



• • • • 



8 
4 



• • • • 



6 

2 



• • • • 



28 
90 

33 



214 



REPORT OF THE DIRECTOR 1 27 

Of these 14,827 volumesi 12,247 reached their readers by mail, 411 by 
express. 

In the exhibition room recently opened for the blind by the Museum of 
Natural History have been placed lists of books relating to the objects dis- 
played, and the descriptive labels have been transcribed for the Museum into 
both New York point and American Braille. 

The work of teaching the adult blind in their homes has prc^essed as 
usual. One day in each week is given up to those in the City Home on Black* 
well's Island. There have been 639 visits made and 419 lessons given. 

During the year 140 books and 11 volumes of music have worn out and 
have been discarded. The following table shows the total number of vol- 
umes in the library, with additions for the year, classified according to t3rpes : 

ADDITIONS, 1909 TOTAL 

BOOKS MUSIC BOOKS MUSIC 

New York point 223 125 1,506 2,369 

Moon type 99 .... 1,105 .... 

European Braille 204 66 622 785 

American Braille 143 .... 317 

Line letter 6 368 i 

Ink type 6 .... 17 



681 191 3»93S 3,^55 

In a following section of the report relating to the general music collec- 
tion of the Library mention is made of the music for the blind. 

Book-Order Office. 

LeRoy Jeffers, in Charge. 

During 1909 approximately 190,000 volumes have been purchased and 
distributed to branches, 100,000 magazines have been sorted and numbers 
supplied for binding 3,300 volumes. 

The card record system of recording price, binding, and source of books 
costing over $5.00 and obtainable at special prices, has been continued. Com- 
parison and record have been made of all new and desirable editions of books 
published during the year in more than one edition in America and England. 
This information has been added to the comparative record cards which 
show 4,100 titles and over 12,000 editions. By this selection of editions a 
large saving has been effected in the purchase of about 55,000 volumes, 
making it possible to secure with the same sum of money many more books 
than could otherwise have been obtained. 

A book-record system has been instituted whereby any book purchased 



128 REPORT OF THE DIRECTOR 

may at any time be compared with the bill, or the book may be located from 
the item on the bill. Triplicate numbering machines are used to stamp con- 
•ccutively each book received, each item billed, and the order slip for each 
book, which is placed alphabetically on file for reference. Thus the book, 
die item billed, and the slip filed bear the same serial niunber. When ready 
to be packed for distribution to branches, each book is invoiced in triplicate 
by its serial niunber, author, and title. One copy of the invoice is retained 
for reference, and two copies are sent to the branch librarian who checks 
each book received and signs and returns one copy to the Book Order Office. 
On the remaining invoice the librarian enters the branch accession niunber 
against each title, after which it is signed and returned to the Finance Office. 
This invoice is then checked with the bills by the serial numbers. 

Facilities have been extended for obtaining books on approval. 10,000 
new bopks have been considered during the current year as compared with 
5,000 in 1908. Of this total 6,127 new titles have been added. 

Binding. 

Miss Rose 6. Murray, in Charge. 

The system adopted during 1907-1908 of rebinding and discarding worn- 
out and soiled books has been continued. A uniform policy in the selection 
of such books has been assured by having the supervisor make a personal 
review of each selection, in some cases this selection being made by her 
directly from the shelves. 

In order to insure durable bindings in new books many such books arc 
bought by the library bound directly from the sheets, or are rebound in 
special binding before being placed on the shelves. In 1909 a total of abput 
37,500 volumes was thus added. 

• There have been rebound during the past year, including periodicals, 
72,953 volumes, of which 58,023 had been returned to branches by Decem- 
ber 31. Of the total volumes rebound 6,849 were done at the library bindery. 
At the beginning of the year 8,000 volumes were waiting to be rebound, and 
at the end of the year 6,000. Since the establishment of the binding office 
two years ago, the number of volumes waiting to be rebound at the end of the 
y«ar has been reduced by 14,000. This reduction is in keeping with the policy 
inaugurated at that time of sending books from branches to be rebound more 
frequently and in smaller numbers, thereby preventing unnecessary accumu- 
lation of such books at the branches, and decreasing the number of volumes 
withdrawn from circulation at one time. 

In rebinding the general method has been to adapt the style of binding 
in each case to the value and probable circulation of the volume ; during 1909 



REPORT OF THE DIRECTOR 1 29 

about one-half of the books were rebound for the first time in full cloth, this 
style of binding having proved more eccHiomical. 

Besides the regular work of the library bindery additional work has been 
done in cutting paper and cloth for repairing books at branches, trimming and 
cleaning plates for wall-case exhibitions, working on portfolios and maps. 
The bindery itself has been thoroughly renovated and additions made to the 
mechanical equipment, the most important being a perforating machine to 
prepare books for sewing. 

The total number of volumes discarded during the year 1909 was approxi- 
mately 93,000, and of these 17,000 were sent by the Travelling Library 
Ofiice to such stations as tuberculosis camps, hospitals, workhouses, and 
prisons, from which books cannot be received in return. The selection of 
books to be discarded has been directed with a view to decreasing the past 
accumulation of undesirable editions and worn-out books unfit for circula- 
tion, and thus to make room on the shelves for books in general demand. 
The ntunber of books discarded in 1909 was about one and three-tenths per 
cent, of the circulation for the year, a reduction of one-tenth of one per cent 
from the number discarded in 1908. It is safe to assume that by continu- 
ing the present policy of buying books in better editions than formerly, and 
by giving them more durable bindings, this annual total of volumes discarded 
will be considerably reduced in a few years. 

Slight repairs to books have been made at the branches, as in former 
years, and the instruction of assistants in the repair of books has been con- 
tinued. Close observation during the past two years has proved that much 
mending of books is uneconomical, and, therefore, books requiring such 
treatment have been either discarded or rebound. As a result of this policy 
the amount of mending has been reduced by about fifty per cent, during 1909. 

Music Collection. 

The library has now a large and representative collection of music scores 
for circulation. Begun by some of the branches in years previous to consoli- 
dation, the collection has since grown rapidly until at the present time a total 
of 6,919 volumes has been reached. 

The collection includes the following classes of music scores: Operas, 
3,180; Oratorios and Church music, 654; Songs and choruses, 1,514; Piano, 
1,158; Organ, 81; Other instruments, 332. In the selection of music and 
books on music the library has been especially fortunate in having the expert 
advice of Dr. Frank Damrosch. 

In view of the increasing importance of the music collection the follow- 
ing table is of interest. It is here given separately from the statistics of Fine 
Arts, in which class the music collection has formerly been grouped. 



130 REPORT OF THE DIRECTOR 

Table showing circulation of music scores during 1909 : 

BRANCH OPERA VOCAL INSTRUMENTAL 

Chatham Square 145 185 212 

East Broadway 66 46 3^ . 

Seward Park 70 43 4o 

Rivington Street 315 35 58 

Hamilton Fish Park 236 295 73 

Hudson Park 407 173 106 

Bond Street 384 215 57 

Ottendorfer 193 257 41 

Tompkins Square 200 83 76 

Jackson Square 257 203 1 14 

Epiphany 205 193 67 

Muhlenberg 614 - 104 291 

St. Gabriel's Park 177 92 46 

George Bruce 541 26 94 

Cathedral no 22 12 

Columbus 12 52 16 

S8th Street 909 329 537 

67th Street 374 506 137 

Riverside 361 230 75 

Webster 231 506 415 

Yorkville 729 369 406 

St. Agnes 826 214 340 

Blind 1,098 138 166 

96th Street 880 399 278 

Bloomingdale 1,162 308 486 

Aguilar 422 155 155 

iiSth Street 1,155 3^7 3«> 

Harlem Library 702 9 54 

125th Street 183 189 43 

135th Street 1,056 258 649 

Hamilton Grange 425 jj 143 

High Bridge 183 334 292 

Morrisania 940 157 330 

Mott Haven 392 147 122 

Washington Heights 263 87 208 

Tremont 669 735 570 

Kingsbridge 115 107 135 

Port Richmond 116 45 22 

Stapleton 445 136 59 

Tottenville 92 116 12 

17,660 7,882 7,269 



REPORT OF THE DIRECTOR 131 

Of special interest in connection with the music collection of the library 
is the music in the Library for the Blind^ where we now have 3,155 vol- 
umes or pieces of music. Up to 1905 music for the blind was not acquired 
in any considerable quantity by the Library, but since that year the collection 
has grown rapidly. The following table shows the growth of the collection 
from 1905 to 1909 : 

1905 573 volumes. 

1906 670 

1907 i»745 

1908 2,975 

1909 3»i5S 






Newspapers and Current Periodicals. 

Newspapers regularly kept on file during the year 1909 at the various 
branches amounted to eighty-eight different publications, of which thirty-two 
were in the English language atid fifty-six in foreign languages. Most of 
the English papers consisted of Manhattan dailies and the weekly locals of the 
various boroughs. For the Manhattan daily newspapers we have adopted 
the plan of having each branch keep on file at least one paper covering the 
preceding twelve months and not on file in the other branches. In this way 
a reader is certain of finding available for consultation somewhere in the city 
a file of most of the important papers for the year last past. 

The large proportion of foreign newspapers has been found necessary to 
supply the demands of the increasing number of foreign readers using the 
library. The table below shows the number of different foreign newspapers 
on file during 1909, classified according to language : 

Bohemian 8 Italian 5 

Dano- Norwegian i Roumanian 3 

Finnish I Russian 2 

French 2 Slovak I 

German 8 Swedish 13 

Hungarian 7 Yiddish 5 

During the past year there were 476 current periodicals kept on file at the 
branches, 348 in the English language and 119 in foreign languages. The 



132 



REPORT DF THE DIRECTOR 



table below shows the number of current foreign periodicals on file during 
1909, classified according to language : 



Bohemian 22 

Chinese I 

Dano-Norwegian 2 

Dutch I 

Esperanto 2 

Flemish i 

French 13 

German 30 

Hebrew 2 



Hungarian 7 

Italian 8 

Polish 4 

Roumanian 6 

Russian 8 

Spanish 2 

Swedish 3 

Yiddish 7 



Foreign Books. 

The number of books in the department in languages other than English 
is 64,332, an increase of 7,316 over 1908. The circulation during 1909 was 
345,260, a decrease of 656. Detailed statistics for 1909 are given in the 
following table : 





VOL- 
UMES 


CIRCU- 
LATION 




VOL- 
UMES 


CIRCU- 
LATION 


Bohemian . . 


. 340s 


24,658 


Roumanian . 


696 


1,900 


Danish 


• 591 


1,071 


Russian 


. 2.88s 


26,292 


French .... 


. 12,372 


40,213 


Spanish 


755 


1.533 


German . . . 


. 33477 


183,319 


Swedish 


261 


478 


Hebrew . . . 


. 1,661 


5,232 


Yiddish 


, 1,190 


20,255 


Hungarian . 


. 2,854 


23,601 


Sundry otheri 


5 535 


362 


Italian 


. 3,207 


13,261 












Polish 


443 


3,08s 


Total 


64,332 


345.260 



Books missing from the shelves. 

The number of books reported missing at branch inventories during the 
year together with those recovered after a previous report of loss, appears 
in the following table. In 1908 the net loss was reported as 4,687. 



MISSING FROM 
INVENTORY 



Chatham Square 568 

East Broadway 193 

Rivington Street 263 

Hamilton Fish Park 66 

Hudson Park 155 

Bond Street 94 



RECOVERED 
163 

9 
28 

4 

S3 

7 



NET LOSS 

405 
184 

235 
62 

102 
87 



REPORT OF THE DIRECTOR 1 33 



MISSING FROM 
INVENTORY 



Ottendorfer 211 

Tompkins Square 515 

Jackson Square 82 

Epiphany 204 

Muhlenberg 165 

St. Gabriel's Park 139 

St. Raphael 28 

George Bruce 134 

Cathedral 55 

58th Street 433 

67th Street 20 

Riverside 261 

Webster 235 

Yorkville 221 

St. Agnes 352 

Blind 3 

96th Street 327 

Bloomingdale 172 

Aguilar 541 

iiSth Street 178 

Harlem Library 189 

i2Sth Street 234 

135th Street 153 

Hamilton Grange 219 

Washington Heights 340 

Mott Haven 129 

High Bridge 7 

Morrisania 52 

Tremont 112 

Kingsbridge 12 

St. George 20 

Stapleton 22 

Port Richmond 27 

Tottenville i 

Total 7,132 1,316 5,816 

This net loss of 5,816 should be reduced by some 350 volumes recovered 
from the booty of the thief who stole books in such wholesale quantities 



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29 


182 


119 


396 


9 


73 


8 


196 


48 


117 


6 


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5 


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68 


66 


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29 


232 


31 


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148 


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43 


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74 


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27 


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134 REPORT OF THE DIRECTOR 

from libraries in Brcx)klyn, Manhattan and neighboring towns during the 
last year or so ; the volumes belonging to the New York Public Library have 
been identified but have not yet been returned from the police department. 

The loss of S,8i6 volumes compared with the total circulation gives a 
percentage of .00082; that is to say, we lost eighty-two volumes for every 
hundred thousand volumes we circulated. 

Exhibitions. 

The following exhibitions were furnished by the print department at 
Lenox for display in the wing frames at the circulation branches ; the exhibit 
first named being on view from January to June, the second from July to 
December : 

Chatham Square: Hollyer's "Etched views of New York." 'TJnited 
States History." 

Seward Park: "A trip round the world." (From November only.) 

RiviNGTON Street: Photographs of scenes in Luzon and in Japan. 

Reproductions of paintings in the royal collection in Buckingham 

Palace. 
Hamilton Fish Park : Buckingham Palace collection. Hollyer Views. 

Hudson Park : "Masterpieces of Art at the Paris Exposition of 1900.*' 
"The Hudson river from sea to source." 

Tompkins Square: Hudson river. Luzon and Japan photographs. 

Epiphany : "United States History." "Paintings by old masters." 

Muhlenberg: "Furniture and decoration, 17th and 18th centuries, 
France." "Masterpieces of Art at the Paris Exposition of 1900." 

St. Gabriel's Park 3 "Paintings by old masters." "Animals." 

Columbus: Molinier's "Royal Interiors." (From September only.) 

58TH Street: "Animals." "Architecture, sculpture, and views." 

67TH Street: "Architecture, sculpture and views." "Costume, to the 
1 6th century." 

Riverside : "Wilkie gallery." "Furniture and decoration, 17th and i8th 
centuries, France." 

Webster: "Costume of the i6th century." "Dresden gallery." 

Yorkville: Molinier's "Royal Interiors." "Army and navy of the 
United States." 



REPORT OF THE DIRECTOR 135 

St. Agnes : "Birds/' " Wilkie gallery." 

96TH Street: "Dresden gallery." "Life and work on the Panama 
canal." 

Aguilar : "Panama canal." Audsley's "Ornamental arts of Japan." 

115TH Street: "Switzerland." "Birds." 

Harlem Library: "Some British and American authors." 

125TH Street: Audsley's "Ornamental arts of Japan." "Modem 
paintings." 

135TH Street: Reproductions of Rembrandt paintings and etchings. 
"Switzerland." 

Hamilton Grange: "Costume, after the i6th century." Rembrandt 
reproductions. 

MoTT Haven : "Modern paintings." "Treasury of art forms." 

Morrisania: "Treasury of art forms." "Presidents of the United 
States." 

Tremont: "Presidents of the United States." "Costume, after the 
i6th century." 

The following exhibitions were on view in the wall cases : 

Charles Dickens. Edited by Seymour Eaton. Sixty-nine plates. 

One hundred and thirty-four photographic views of England, France, 

Germany, and other countries of Europe. 
Libraries of old New York. Thirty-five unmounted photographs of 

documents relating to the establishment of libraries in New York. 
Picturesque Europe. Steel engravings from the work of this title. 
Twenty plates representing the work of the Dutch and Flemish School 

of Painting. 
The International Gallery. A collection of sixty-four select works by 

ancient and modem masters. Edited by C. S. Kolstoi. 
Colored illustrations of seventy-nine species of parrots. 
Fifty photographs of scenery in Scotland. 
One hundred and forty-six prints illustrating scenes from Shakespeare's 

works. 
A series of large uncolored lithographs of the pyramids of Gizeh. 
Plates from the sketch-book of Sir Anthony Van Dyck, used by him in 

Italy 1621-1627. 
Autograph letters by Edgar Allan Poe, C. F. W. Mielatz's large etching 

of the Poe Cottage, and numerous portraits of the poet and prints 

relating to him. 



136 REPORT OF THE DIRECTOR 

From the Museum of Natural History we received as a loan a collection 
of corals and shells, a Chinese exhibit, and a collection of articles illustrating 
Indian life and customs. 

Other exhibits were as follows : 

At Staten Island branches, loans from the Staten Island Association of 
Arts and Sciences, including a collection of Colonial costumes and 
china, and one of Iroquois Indian articles; an exhibit of large 
engravings of views of Staten Island; and a collection of prints 
illustrating Indian life from original drawings made by an Indian 
boy. Photographs of birds of Staten Island, loaned by Mr. Howard 
H. Cleaves. Loans from Dr. A. Callisen including prints of Dickens' 
characters and first editions of four of his books, and a collection of 
prints of Westminster Abbey. Photographs of cats, loaned by 
Mr. S. Brick. 

An exhibit of seventy-five etchings and engravings by the late Thomas 
Johnson, loaned by his widow. 

Dolls from the Pratt and Alden Collections. 

Collection of picture postal cards of German cities, loaned by Mrs. 
Louis Lowinson. 

An exhibit of cotton in its various phases from plant to fabric, contri- 
buted by the Proximity Manufacturing Company, of Greensboro, 
N. C 

A collection of Curtis Indian photographs, loaned by Messrs. Charles 
Scribner's Sons. 

Illustrated bulletins covering a wide variety of subjects were made and 
exhibited at the various branches from time to time during the year, among 
them being bulletins exhibited in connection with current events of unusual 
historical interest, such as the return of the Battleship Fleet, the Hudson- 
Fulton Celebration, and the discovery of the North Pole. Other subjects 
for bulletins were chosen with regard to their artistic or literary merit. 
These are all noted month by month in detail in the Bulletin. 



Public Lectures, Etc. 

Lectures have been given in the Board of Education series of free even- 
ing lectures in the assembly rooms of the Hudson Park, Tompkins Square, 
135TH Street, Hamilton Grange, and Tremont branches, and in the read- 
ing-rooms of the s8th Street and 96TH Street branches. The courses 
given were as follows : 



REPORT OF THE DIRECTOR 1 37 

Hxn>soN Park : 

1. Four Lectures on Europe, and Four on Music. (January 6-Fcb- 

ruary 24.) 

2. Nine Lectures on American History. (March 3-April 21.) 

3. Five Lectures on First Aid to the Injured, and Six on Africa. (Oc- 

tober 6-Deceniber 15.) 

Tompkins Square : 

1. Eight Lectures on Music. (January 6-February 24.) 

2. Nine Lectures on United States Geography. (March 3- April 28.) 

3. Five Lectures on First Aid to the Injured, and Six on Health Topics. 

(October 6-December 15.) 

Fifty-eighth Street: 

1. Eight Lectures on Economics. (January 9-February 27.) 

2. Eight Lectures on Economics. (March 6- April 24.) 

3. Six Lectures on Egypt, and Five on Shakespeare. (October 9-Dc- 

cember 18.) 

Ninety-sixth Street: 

1. Eight Lectures on Europe, and Eight on General History and Biog- 

raphy. (January 4-February 25.) 

2. Five Lectures on Zoology, Two on Botany, and Five on Europe. 

(March i -April 12.) 

3. Eleven Lectures on Electricity, and Nine on the Indians of Central 

and South America and the West Indies. (October 4-December 
16.) 

135TH Street: 

1. Eight Lectures on Music. (January 5-February 23.) 

2. Nine Lectures on Economics. (March 2- April 27.) 

3. Ten Lectures on Asiatic Geography. . (October S-December 14.) 

Hamilton Grange: 

1. Nine Lectures on Literature. (January 2-February 27.) 

2. Eight Lectures on Economics. (March 6- April 24.) 

3. Eleven Lectures on American Biography. (October 9-December 18.) 

Tremont : 

1. Eight Lectures on Russia. (January 9-February 27.) 

2. Eight Lectures on United States History. (March 6- April 24.) 

3. Eleven Lectures on Industries. (October 9-December 18.) 



138 REPORT OF THE DIRECTOR 

Special reading lists on lecture subjects were compiled and posted during 
the year and several lists have been sent to other lecture centres, besides 
large numbers of lists prepared in the ordinary course of branch routine. 
Also various collections of books have been made and displayed in connec- 
tion with the lectures. 

Branches in which these lectures were given have been kept open half an 
hour after the close of each lecture. The number of volumes taken out dur- 
ing this Ijalf hour, together with the attendance at the lectures, are shown in 
viie following table : 

NUMBER OF BOOKS 

BRANCH LECTURES ATTENDANCE TAKEN 

Hudson Park 28 3,291 22 

Tompkins Square 28 2,108 2 

58TH Street 27 4>703 o 

96TH Street 48 S»9iS o 

135TH Street 27 3»396 i 

Hamilton Grange 28 3»777 45 

Tremont 27 1,797 o 

Total 213 24,687 70 



In addition to the lectures for which speakers were furnished by the 
Board of Education other lectures, meetings, and entertainments have been 
held during the year as follows : 

Chatham Square: 

Meetings of the Young Men's Club for the study of New York City 
history and government. Weekly from January to May. 

Hudson Park : 

"Hamlet," given under the auspices of the Richmond Hill House, with 
a cast of Italian boys, January 9. Attendance, 440. 

Concert and Songs and Violin numbers, arranged by Miss Draper and 
Miss Pretlow, January 16. Attendance, 86. 

Concert, under the auspices of the Doe Ye Nexte Thynge House, Feb- 
ruary 16. Attendance, 182. 

Concert for children, February 19. Attendance, 260. 

Concert, arranged by Miss Draper, February 26. Attendance, 120. 

Lectures by Prof. I. T. Headland of Peking, China, on "Child life in 
China," March 9. Attendance, 211. 



REPORT OF THE DIRECTOR 1 39 

Concert, arranged by Miss Draper, March 18. Attendance, 63. 

Concert for children, under the auspices of Greenwich House, March 19. 
Attendance, 233. 

Recital, given by the people of the neighborhood. May 5. Attendance, 
308. 

Concert for children, May 7. Attendance, 169. 

Lecture by Mrs. Sage on "The horse and the dog," under the auspices 
of Greenwich House, December 3. Attendance, 115. 

Concert given by the people of. the neighborhood, December 9. Attend- 
ance, 310. 

Concert, arranged by Miss Draper, December 29. Attendance, 103. 

Tompkins Square: 

Meeting of the Hungarian American Social Circle, April 4. Attendance, 
60. 

Webster : 

Meetings of the Bohemian club "Slavia." Fortnightly from January 6 
to December 18, except in summer. 

St. Agnes : 

Meetings of the New Amsterdam City History Club (Boys). Bi-weekly 
from January to June, weekly during November and December. 

115TH Street: 

Meetings of the Charter-Stuyvesant City History Club (Boys). Weekly 

during November and December. 
Meetings of the Mary DeWitt City History Club (Girls). Weekly 

during November and December. 

Harlem Library : 

Meetings of the Margaret Slocum Sage City History Club (Girls). 
Weekly during November and December. 

125TH Street: 

Meetings of the Mount Morris City History Club. Weekly from Jan- 
uary to June, and during November and December. 

Hamilton Grange: 

Meeting of the Women's Municipal League, April 19. Children's 
festival under the auspices of the Hudson-Fulton Commission of 
Washington Heights, Augfust 24 and 31. 



I40 REPORT OF THE DIRECTOR 

St. George : 

Meeting of the Richmond Borough Association of Women Teachers, 
February 19. 

Meeting of the Inter-borough Association of Women Teachers. Address 
by Miss Strachan, November 19. Attendance, 200. 



Repairs and Alterations to Buildings. 

« 

The amounts spent on buildings for repairs and alterations for the 
calendar year 1909 appear in the following table : 

Manhattan. repairs alterations total 

Chatham Square $362.26 $215.65 $577-91 

Seward Park 103.27 103.27 

Rivington Street 3S9-6i 177.00 S36.61 

Bond Street 231.85 13.00 244.85 

Tompkins Square 209.02 209.02 

Ottendorfer (including Bindery) . . 206.16 206.16 

Jackson Square 242.30 1,334-24 1*576.54 

Epiphany 320.72 129.35 45^-07 

Muhlenberg (including Circulation 

Headquarters) 177.80 96.27 274.07 

St. Gabriel's Park 168.49 31.00 199*49 

St. Raphael 43.22 43.22 

George Bruce 221.05 18.50 239.55 

Cathedral 104.42 104.42 

Sacred Heart 246.85 246.85 

58th Street 91.96 209.00 300.96 

67th Street 276.61 79.SO 3S6.ii 

Riverside (including Travelling Li- 
brary) 369.94 77.56 447.50 

Webster 470.45 59-00 52945 

Yorkville 1,139.22 1,139.22 

St. Agnes (including the Library for 

the Blind) 606.90 606.90 

nSth Street 136.81 36.00 172.81 

96th Street 325.36 20.00 345-36 

Bloomingdale 245.78 121.55 367-33 

Aguilar 418.60 633.62 1,052.22 



REPORT OF THE DIRECTOR 



141 



REPAIRS 

Harlem Library 206.93 

i2Sth Street 575.87 

i3Sth Street 1,156.93 

Washington Heights 127.18 

Hudson Park 998-92 

Hamilton Grange 433-41 

Hamilton Fisk Park 291.54 

Bronx. 

Mott Haven 834.18 

Morrisania 551-32 

Tremont 306.35 

Kingsbridge 270.69 

High Bridge 110.78 

Richmond. 

Tottenville 688.26 

Port Richmond 12942 

St. George 414*19 

Stapleton 292.23 

Total $14,466.85 



ALTKRATIOMS 


TOTAL 


36.50 


24343 


76.00 


651.87 


452.14 


1,609.07 


293.33 


420.51 


53.00 


1,051.92 




43341 


60.50 


352.04 


168.70 


1,002.88 


651.03 


1,202.35 


60.40 


366.75 




270.69 


54.91 


165.69 


21.55 


709.81 




12942 


21.59 


435.78 


632.25 


92448 



$5,833.14 $20,299.99 



In the case of the seven branches having the largest amounts in the above 
table it should be noted that unusually extensive repairs or alterations were 
carried through this year. At Hudson Park the building was painted 
throughout ; at Jackson ISquare a new heating plant was installed ; at York- 
viLLE all outside brickwork was pointed up and waterproofed ; at Aguilar 
extensive new shelving and new front doors were put in; 13STH Street and 
Mott Haven were painted throughout ; and at Morrisania the second floor 
was remodelled for the new children's room. 



General meetings of the staff have been held as usual through the year, at 
the Harlem Library, St. Gabriel's Park, and Chatham Square branches, 
and have been attended with their usual interest and profit. 



142 REPORT OF THE DIRECTOR 

In conclusion I wish to call attention to the earnest, hearty, enthusiastic 
service given by the members of the staff, a credit to themselves and to the 
Library. To each and all I give my thanks. Without their support such 
satisfactory results would have been impossible. 

Very respectfully, 

JOHN S. BILLINGS. 

Director, 



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147 



TABLE in. 

CIRCULATION OF BOOKS FOR HOME USE BY MONTHS. 

CirenlAtion Department* 1909. 



BRANCHES. 



Chatham Square. . . .. 

*East Broadway , 

Seward Park 

Rivington Street 

Hamilton Fish Park. , 

Hudson Park 

Bond Street 

Ottendorfer , 

fOttendorfer German 
Tompkins Square ... 

Jackson Square 

Epiphany 

Muhlenberg 

St. Gabriels Park... 

St. Raphael 

George Bruce 

Cathedral 

fSacred Heart 

Columbus 

58th Street 

67lh Street 

Riverside 

Webster 

Yorkville 

St. Agnes ^... 

Blind 

96th Street , 

Bloomingdale 

Aguilar 

115th Street 

Harlem Library 

125th Street 

135th Street 

Hamilton Grange... 
Washington Heights. 

Mott Haven 

High Bridge 

Morrisania 

Tremont ... 

Kingsbridge 

St. George 

Stapleton 

Port Richmond 

Tottenville 

Travelling 



JAN. 


FEB. 


MARCH. 


APRIL. 


MAY. 


I9»i69 


16,110 


16,207 


I3.II3 


12.949 


25,112 


22,253 


24.684 


19.592 


19,196 


34.734 


20,539 


21,214 


18,236 


18,808 




250 


24,306 


25.742 


24,120 


10,949 


10,930 


12,162 


10,304 


9.242 


9.360 


8,013 


9,606 


7.947 


7.370 


20.492 


18.304 


19,406 


17.195 


15.955 


3iCS6 


9.950 


3.96s 


3.»39 


3.0x7 


26,673 


22,828 


24,973 


21,729 


21,204 


10,924 


10,055 


10,426 


8.930 


8.565 


12,755 


11.933 


12,255 


10,446 


9.538 


13.614 


12,407 


13,822 


11,708 


11.304 


13,029 


12,307 


12,972 


9,606 


8,189 


3.996 


3.952 


4.600 


3.917 


3.730 


13.401 


13,282 


15.392 


13.214 


12,068 


6,839 


6,382 


6,529 


5.461 


5,679 


4,843 


4,627 


4.750 


3.845 


3.487 


16.747 


15,397 


17.290 


14.849 


13.675 


16,075 


13,913 


14.058 


11.534 


11.213 


13.579 


12,295 


13.663 


11,941 


11.458 


15.584 


14.350 


14.829 


12,181 


10,865 


22,512 


21.160 


23,090 


20.715 


19.137 


16,772 


15.813 


17.598 


16.327 


15.197 


1,187 


1,193 


1.307 


1.224 


1,228 


24,716 


22,959 


26,655 


22.641 


20,662 


17.760 


16.913 


18,725 


16,778 


15.825 


25.324 


22,658 


23.763 


19.030 


16,841 


24.778 


21.589 


22,488 


19.460 


17.274 


11.757 


19,847 


20,793 


17,982 


17,624 


11.728 


10.597 


11,310 


9,385 


8.884 


19.930 


18,071 


20,197 


17.547 


16,277 


20,540 


19,008 


21,603 


19,021 


18,259 


9.962 


7.584 


11.054 


10,058 


9.431 


20,136 


19.248 


20,834 


17.463 


12,500 


4.510 


4.213 


4.556 


3.907 


3.760 


23.377 


20,559 


22,106 


18,137 


16.291 


17.912 


21,084 


22,791 


19,268 


17.457 


3.012 


2,939 


3.947 


3.402 


2.887 


7.545 


7,620 


8.514 


7,359 


6,827 


6,838 


6.704 


7.633 


6,188 


5.648 


6.453 


6,093 


6.454 


5,511 


5,182 


3.482 


3.320 


3.427 


2,728 


2.673 


63.264 


128,743 


118,469 


106,877 


71.995 


641,370 


668,042 


730,458 


632,498 


560,474 



JUNE. 



11,241 
19,118 

17,994 
22,643 

8.595 

7.472 

15,626 

8,672 

18,477 
8,076 

8,827 
10,481 

8,594 
3.740 
10,727 
5.051 
3.232 

12,556 
10,687 

11.394 
10,929 

18,313 

14.403 

1,189 

19,633 
15.568 

16,438 
16,389 

17.529 
8,297 

14.858 

16,258 

8,606 

16,183 

3.360 

15.886 

16,710 

2,870 

6,342 

5.511 

5.219 
2.633 

96,382 



564.037 



* Name chansed to Seward Park on removal. 

t Included in previous line. 

t Name changed to Columbos on removal. 



X48 



TABLE Ul^Concluded. 



CIRCULATION OF BOOKS FOR HOME USE BY MONTHS. 

Cirevlation Department. 1909, 



BRANCHES. 



Chatham Square 

*East Broadway 

Seward Park 

Riviogton Street 

Hamilton Fish Park.. 

Hudson Park 

Bond Street 

Ottendorfer 

t ** German .. 

Tompkins Square. . . . 

Jackson Square 

Epiphany 

Muhlenberg 

fSt. Gabriel's Park. . . 

St. Raphael 

Geoi^e Bruce 

Cathedral 

iSacred Heart 

Columbus 

58th Street 

67th Street 

Riverside 

Webster. 

Yorkville 

St. Ag^es 

Blind 

96th Street 

Bloomingdale 

Aguilar 

115th Street 

Harlem Library 

125th Street 

135th Street 

Hamilton Grange . . . 
Washington Heights. 

Mott Haven 

High Bridge 

Morrisania 

Tremont 

Kingsbridge 

St Geoi^e 

Stapleton 

Port Richmond 

Tottenville 

Travelling 



JULY. 



Total 



9.650 
14,561 

16,034 
24,085 

6,743 
6,4x6 

13,145 

15,633 
6,928 

7,806 

9,521 
7.669 

3.325 

9.547 
4,090 

2.737 

11,029 

8.903 

9.224 

8,803 

17,629 

12,221 

I,2Sl 
15,699 
13.699 
15,269 
13.972 
15.841 

7,463 

13,255 

15,713 
8,019 

15,933 
3.317 

15,555 

17,690 

2,706 

7,227 

5,461 

5,7" 

2,747 

59,088 



481,335 



Aue. 



9.925 
13.631 

13,958 

21,781 

6,266 

5,272 

11,744 

14,202 

6.519 
6.825 

8,476 

7,012 

2,181 

9,280 

3,431 
787 

9,917 

8,157 
8,412 

8,002 

15.385 
10,261 

1,172 
14,186 
12,406 
13,701 
12,881 
14,005 

6,805 

12,394 
13.436 

7,640 
14,121 

2.865 
15,389 
15,989 

2.435 

6,609 

5,2X1 

5,425 

2,802 

101,593 



482,489 



SEPT. 



10,122 
5.892 

13,589 
20,982 

5,992 

5,693 

12,324 
a,soo 

13.799 
6.581 

6.456 
8,721 

6.779 
3.115 
9.269 
3,650 

892 

10,559 
8,793 
8,246 

8.170 
15.442 
11,070 

1,267 

14,275 
13.087 
12.520 

14,137 
13,751 

6,757 
12.833 
13,229 

7,107 
13,206 

2,877 
15,674 
14,572 

2.243 

6,399 
5,118 

4,964 

2,603 

26,213 



398,968 



OCT. 



14,856 



16,160 

24,131 

7.482 

7,444 
15,090 

9.595 
16,129 

7.741 

8,125 

10,659 

7.656 

2.974 

11.356 

4,750 

14,006 

14, 145 
11,611 
10,902 

11,178 

18,361 

14,609 

1. 128 

17.479 
15,656 

13,554 
17,461 

16.375 
7,788 

15,592 

17,815 

8,629 

16,609 

3.634 
17,136 
17,352 

2,775 
6,702 

5,647 
5,510 
2,929 

69,153 



NOV. 



528,289 



16,816 

13.353 
19.540 

25.941 
8,690 

9.162 

17,370 
a.683 

18,076 

9,097 
10,044 
12,120 

8.953 
3.002 

13.556 
5,869 

17,760 

15,311 

14.531 
13,264 

14,097 
21.596 
16,694 

1,375 
21,481 

17,386 

19,620 

20,562 

18,937 
8,832 

18,389 
18,911 

9.835 
20,062 

4.195 
20,155 
21,281 

3,352 
7,229 
6,270 
6,124 

3.250 
82,864 



DEC. 



634,952 



15.857 

42,500 

21,177 
29.936 

8.463 
10,015 

17.978 
a,7i6 

21,320 

8,255 

10.335 

11,584 

9,548 

3.214 
12,780 

5,984 

17,837 
14,993 
14,362 
12,980 
14.211 
21,817 
15,160 
1.276 
23.578 
15,600 
24,030 

20,559 

19.297 

8,815 

18,034 

17.374 
8,524 

19.923 

3.944 

19.359 
22, 146 

3.342 

6,354 

5.831 
5,622 

2,914 
103,909 



690,737 



TOTAL. 



166,015 
164,039 

55,853 

221,973 

243.917 

105,818 

93.770 
194.629 

33.974 

235.043 
102,097 

115.345 
134,417 
112,314 
41.746 
143.872 

63.715 
28,308 

50,495 
166,468 

143,837 
137,358 

143,199 

235,157 

176,125 

14,827 

243,964 
189,403 
222,748 
221.550 
203,738 
106,661 

197.377 
211,167 
106,449 
206,218 

45.138 
219.624 
224,252 

35.910 

84,727 
72,060 

68,268 

35.508 

1,028,550 



7,0X3,649 



* Name changed to Seward Park on removal. 

t Included in previous line. 

t Name changed to Columbus on removal. 



149 



TABLE IV. 



CIRCULATION OF BOOKS FOR HOME USE BY CLASSES 
Cirenlation Department, 1909. 



BRANCHES. 



Chatham Square 

*East Broadway 

Seward Park 

Rivington Street 

Hamilton Fish Park. 

Hudson Park 

Bond Street 

Ottendorfer 

f ** German 

Tompkins Square .... 

Jackson Square 

Epiphany 

Muhlenberg 

St. Gabriel's Park... 

St. Raphael 

George Bruce 

Cathedral 

fSacred Heart 

Columbus 

58th Street 

67th Street 

Riverside 

Webster 

YorkviUe 

St. Agnes 

Blind 

96th Street 

Bioomingdale 

Aguilar 

115th Street 

Harlem Library 

125th Street 

135th Street 

Hamilton Grange. ... 
Washington Heights . 

Mott Haven 

High Bridge 

Morrisania 

Tremont 

Kingsbridge 

St. George 

Stapleton 

Port Richmond 

Tottenville 

Travelling 

Total 



FICTION. 



77»4a7 
93,937 
34,122 

98,611 
118,044 

57.433 

49,274 

111,970 

26,043 

123,396 

63,249 
67,456 
86,134 

67,841 
29,695 
90,846 
33,862 
20,646 

26.337 
103,316 

75,492 
80,359 

83,475 
143,640 
109,656 

4.985 
138,615 

119,861 

124.751 
133,512 
127,490 
66,931 
128,020 

139,151 
71,283 

131,277 
29,079 

140,737 

127,014 

21,328 

55,093 
44,355 
46,909 
22,528 

432,784 



3,941,921 



HISTORY. 



12,599 

15,177 

5,558 

23,527 
22,027 

5,814 

7,386 

10,703 

521 

17.246 

4,575 
5,260 

4,636 
5,406 

1,573 
6,706 

3,643 
1.258 

3.318 
8,218 

9,613 

5.543 

8.785 

10,904 

5.510 

670 

16,386 

5.623 
16,136 

13,303 
9.727 
6,364 
8,169 
6,639 

3,936 

10,691 

1,221 

9f592 

10,733 
1,288 

2,299 

2,152 

2,039 

1.056 

98.275 



431,284 



BIOGRAPHY. 



6,140 

4,572 

2,104 

11,408 

8,425 

2,474 
2,928 

4,705 

8.354 
2,868 
3.808 
3.746 

2,969 
1,232 

4.544 

3.954 
826 

1,601 

5.120 

4.094 
3.601 

3,189 
6,159 
5,304 
359 
8.545 
5.170 
5,781 
6,546 
5.095 
2,054 

4,939 
6,051 

3.033 
5.928 

747 

6,304 
5,888 

877 

1.979 
1,096 

1.055 
678 

37.654 



213,904 



TRAVEL. 



5j867 

4.243 
2.558 
7,227 
6,326 
3,800 
2,380 

4,934 
660 

8,328 

3,203 

4,118 

3.873 
3,568 

722 
4,602 
2,251 

811 

1,447 
4.988 

4,939 
4.107 
5.382 

7.339 

5,242 

179 

7.814 

5,443 
7,261 

6.451 
5.568 

3.036 

5.621 

5.593 
3.271 
7,272 

775 
7.307 
7.287 

794 
2,746 
2,026 

1.735 
1,002 

74.493 



257,929 



LITBRA- 

TURB. 



20,827 

I7.I3I 

6.938 

29.556 

23,173 
8,410 

9.999 
14.702 

2,492 

26,111 

6.397 
7.142 

8.255 

7.715 
2,289 

10,465 

4,494 
1,328 

3,248 
12,245 

8,979 
9,096 

11,008 

14.215 
12,629 
988 
19,246 
12,830 
20,036 
16,694 

14.677 

4.988 

12,633 

11,159 
6,405 

11,929 
2,214 

12,801 

16,690 
2.578 

5.079 
3.481 
2.235 

1.344 
55,518 



509.877 



PBRIODI- 
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2,487 

7,379 
1,018 

5,401 
3.676 

8,547 
3.946 
9,3" 

a»«34 
2.350 
7,829 
4,824 
8,074 

4,924 

2 

8,697 

4,933 

5 

1,456 

6,515 
10,422 

10,036 

4,166 

15.397 
14,418 

4,537 
8.725 
15,548 
6.536 
6.817 
4,501 

6,585 
10,698 

15,693 
4.789 
8,438 

2,353 
6,922 

14.075 
2,311 
6,620 
7.227 

5.553 

4.117 

31,502 



319,360 



* Name changed to Seward Park on removal. 

t Included in previous line. 

t Name changed to Columbus on removal. 



150 



TABLE IV^Ccncluded. 

CIRCULATION OF BOOKS FOR HOME USE BY CLASSES. 
CirevlaUon Departmenty 1909. 



BRANCHES. 



SCIENCES. 



Chatham Square 

*£ast Broadway .... 

Seward Park 

Rivington Street 

Hamilton Fish Park. . 

Hudson Park 

Bond Street 

Ottendorfer 

t " German. 

Tompkins Square. . . . 

Jackson Square 

Epiphany 

Muhlenberg 

St. Gabriel's Park 

St. Raphael 

George Bruce 

Cathedral 

fSacred Heart 

Columbus 

58th Street 

67ih Street 

Riverside 

Webster 

Yorkville 

St. Agnes 

Blind 

96th Street 

Bloomingdale 

Aguilar 

115th Street 

Harlem Library 

125th Street 

135th Street 

Hamilton Grange. . . . 
Washington Heights . 

Mott Haven 

High Bridge 

Morrisania 

Tremont 

Kingsbridge 

St. George 

Stapleton 

Port Richmond 

Tottenville 

Travelling 

Total 



29,048 

13,698 

9.342 

31,816 

48.877 
12,960 

12.778 

28,886 

717 

29.877 

7,513 
13.508 

8,840 

12,889 

3,654 
10,682 

4,367 
2,020 
9,078 
12.930 
17,909 
13,678 
17,911 
22,605 

",034 
770 

30,833 

11,059 

27,376 
24,205 

22,583 
10,041 

15.183 

13,490 

6.794 
19.547 

4,416 

21.137 
25.980 

3,955 

5.431 

7,135 
5,086 

2,648 

257,027 



900.596 



AKTS. 



6.850 

4.243 
2,506 

6,954 
7,021 

4,805 

3.734 
6,192 

10,447 
4,757 
6,739 
7.891 
5,186 

209 
5,501 

2,295 

644 

2.682 

9,615 
9,841 

8,191 

6,777 

11,620 

8.614 

1.693 

9.460 

10,369 

8,948 

10,493 

9,744 
5.260 

9.468 

8.487 
4,940 
8.542 

3.5" 
11,481 

11.936 
2,240 
4,018 

3.581 
2,863 

1.750 

27,485 



299,583 



PHILOSOPHY 
AND RELIGION. 



4,770 
3.659 
1,707 

7,473 

6,348 

1,575 

1,345 

3.226 

328 

8,934 
1,706 

2,490 

2.968 

1,816 

2,370 
1,829 
3,916 

770 
1,328 
3,521 
2,548 

2,747 
2,506 

3,278 
3,718. 
646 
4,340 
3,500 

5,923 

3,529 

4,353 
1,402 

2,646 
4.904 
1,998 
2,594 
822 

3.343 

4,649 

539 
1.462 

1,007 

793 

385 
13.812 



139,195 



TOTAL. 



166,015 

164,039 

55,853 

221,973 

243.917 
105.818 

93,770 
194,629 

33,974 

235,043 
102,097 

"5,345 
134,417 
"2,314 
41,746 
143,872 

63.715 
28,308 

50.495 
166,468 

143.837 
137.358 

143,199 
235,157 
176,125 

14,827 

243,964 
189,403 
222,748 
221,550 

203.738 
106,661 

197,377 
211,167 

106,449 

206,218 

45,138 
219,624 
224,252 

35,910 

84.727 
72,060 

68,268 

35,508 

1,028,550 



7,013,649 



% FOREIGN. 



5,743 
20,484 

5,241 
27.039 

12.442 
6.208 
1,668 

35.730 

22,149 
3,646 
2,350 
4,637 
2.383 

7,192 
183 

201 

13,545 
7,824 

5,398 
24,199 
26,776 

7.708 

315 

15,304 

7,416 

7,855 
6,574 
5.872 
6,180 

8.734 

2.714 

2.165 

10,476 

233 
9,943 
7,101 

884 
2,625 
4,142 

1,533 

595 

1.853 



345.260 



* Name changed to Seward Park on removal, 
t Included in previous line. 



t Name changed to Columbus on removal. 

S Foreign circulation is included in the classes. 



151 



TABLE V. 

PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF HOME USE. 
Clrenlatioii Department* 1909. 



BRANCHES. 



Chatham Square 

East Broadway 

Seward Park 

Rivington Street. . . . 
Hamilton Fish Park . 

Hudson Park 

Bond Street 

Ottendorier 

** German.. 
Tompkins Square. . . 

Jackson Square 

Epiphany 

Muhlenberg 

St. Gabriel's Park. . . 

St. Raphael 

George Bruce 

Cathedral 

Sacred Heart 

Columbus 

58th Street 

67th Street 

Riverside 

Webster 

Yorkville 

St. Agnes. , 

Blind 

96th Street 

Bloomingdale 

Aguilar 

115th Street 

Harlem Library 

125th Street 

135th Street 

Hamilton Grange 

Washington Heights. 

Mott Haven 

High Bridge 

Morrisania 

Tremont , 

Kingsbridge 

St. George 

Stapleton 

Port Richmond 

Tottenville 

Travelling 



Whole Department. 



2 

o 

e 



.46 
.57 
.43 
.45 

.48 

.54 
.53 
.57 
.77 
.52 
.62 

.59 
.64 

.60 

.71 
.63 
.53 
.73 
.52 
.62 

.53 
.59 
.58 
.61 
.62 

.34 
.57 
.63 
.56 
.60 

.63 
.63 
.65 
.66 

.67 
.64 
.64 
.64 

.56 

.59 
.65 
.62 
.69 

.63 
.42 



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08 
09 

10 

II 

09 
06 
08 

05 

02 

07 
04 
04 
03 
05 
04 

05 
06 
04 

07 
05 
06 
04 
06 
04 
04 

05 
07 

03 
07 
06 

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06 

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03 

04 
05 

03 
04 

05 
04 

03 

03 

03 
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03 
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03 
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03 

03 
02 

02 

03 
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03 
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03 
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03 
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04 

03 
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03 

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03 
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02 

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07 

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06 

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06 

07 
06 

07 
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06 

07 
07 
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07 
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04 

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05 
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06 

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07 

03 

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08 

31 
04 
08 

03 
03 
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07 
08 
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08 
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09 

17 

14 
20 

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14 
15 
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08 

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09 
12 

09 

06 

05 
12 

06 
12 
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II 
10 
08 
06 
06 
09 
10 
10 
II 
II 
06 
10 

07 
07 
25 



.13 



04 

03 
05 
03 
03 
05 
04 
03 

01 

05 
05 
06 
06 
05 

04 
04 

02 

05 
06 

07 
06 

05 
05 
05 

II 

04 
06 

04 
05 
05 
05 

05 
04 

05 
04 

08 
05 
05 
06 

05 
05 
04 
05 
03 



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03 

02 

03 
04 
03 

02 
01 

02 
01 

04 
02 
02 
02 
02 
06 
01 
06 

03 

03 
02 

02 

02 

02 

02 

02 

04 
02 
02 
03 
02 
02 
01 
01 
02 
02 
01 
02 
02 
02 
02 
02 
01 
01 
01 
01 



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o 



s 



.03 

.12 
.09 
.12 

.05 
.06 
.02 
.18 

.09 

.03 
.02 

.04 

.02 

.05 



.08 
.05 
.04 
.17 
.II 

.05 
.02 
.06 
.04 

.04 
.03 
.03 
.06 
.04 
.01 
.02 

.05 

.05 
.03 
.02 

.03 
.06 
.02 
.02 



.05 



* Foreign books are alio in the danes, and the figures in this column have no relation to the figures in the 
other columns. 

152 



TABLE VI. 

CIRCULATION BY CLASSES OF BOOKS WITHDRAWN FOR VACATION READING. 

ClrenlatioB Department, 1909. 



BRANCHES. 



Chatham Square. . . . 
East Broadway. . . . 
RiTington Street. . . . 
Hamilton Fish Park. 

Hadson Park 

Bond Street 

Ottendorfer 

Tompkins Square. . . 

Jackson Square 

Epiphany.. 

Muhlenberg 

St. Gabriel's Park. . . 

St. Raphael 

George Bruce 

Cathedral 

Sacred Heart 

58th Street 

67th Street 

Riverside 

Webster 

Yorkville 

St. Agnes 

96th Street 

Bloomingdale 

Aguilar 

115th Street, 

Harlem Library 

125th Street . 

135th Street 

Hamilton Grange . . . 

High Bridge 

Mott Haven 

Washington Heights 

Tremont 

Kingsbridge 

Port Richmond. . . . 

Tottenville 

St. George 

Stapleton 

Morrisania 

Total 

Percentage 



z 
o 

e 



282 
400 
269 

245 

341 
263 

1,091 

592 
371 
642 
800 

354 

54 
267 

290 

256 
1,478 

679 
1,152 

298 

1,399 

I,Ql6 

831 

1,442 

418 

1.377 
1,507 

633 
904 

900 

191 

784 

444 

1. 159 
564 

140 

71 
204 

147 
1.037 



26,192 
.74 



> 



22 
10 
II 

49 
4 
6 

18 
21 
12 

15 

20 

19 

2 

18 

3 

39 
23 

37 
II 

44 
62 

35 
37 
19 
44 
31 
7 
16 

103 

18 
8 

31 

4 

2 

I 

5 

4 

18 



829 



.02 



> 

X 



o 
o 



9 

8 

II 

2 

3 
16 

13 

8 

14 
23 

13 

3 

40 

6 

59 
37 
45 
4 
30 

63 
40 
35 
3 
44 
36 

9 
30 

43 
6 

23 
16 
21 
12 

I 
I 

9 

3 

^7 



783 
.02 



M 
> 

i 



10 
I 

6 
18 
10 

3 

13 

5 

9 
21 

25 
10 

10 
16 

3 
46 

24 

36 

6 

42 
52 
10 
60 

7 
46 

26 

7 
10 

27 

3 
12 

20 

18 

8 

4 
2 

6 

9 
20 



661 
.02 



E 



9 



69 
56 

79 
90 

40 
30 
70 
51 
17 
50 

51 
29 

5 

36 

58 

15 
140 

83 
127 

24 

157 
227 

195 
152 

78 
125 
164 

41 
71 
97 
17 
52 

67 
99 
27 

12 

2 

21 

23 

74 



2,821 
.08 



§2! 



M 



5 
2 

2 

I 

I 



8 

4 
6 

3 

4 
6 

5 
I 

2 



3 
I 

5 

5 

5 



77 



H 
U 



69 

27 

83 
76 

22 
24 

68 

71 
32 
54 
38 

23 

12 
20 
20 
122 
64 

137 

64 

124 

138 
121 

70 

28 

"3 

82 

40 

38 
69 
21 

37 

31 
60 
12 

7 
II 

14 
19 
53 



2,114 
.06 



< 



29 

15 
12 

14 
14 

14 

9 

9 
10 

35 
22 

7 

14 
3 

75 
16 

59 
9 
71 
95 
51 
41 
II 

44 
35 
17 
17 
42 

5 
12 

15 

27 

24 
6 

3 

8 

4 
24 



918 



.03 



S z o 



19 
15 
18 
II 

3 
10 

10 

25 
8 

12 
8 

II 
6 

4 
140 

44 
58 
21 

54 
II 

24 

37 
22 

64 
7 
34 
38 
22 
26 
52 

2 

4 
12 

27 

5 

4 
12 

8 

8 

25 



921 
.03 



< 



512 
532 

489 
530 
438 
339 
1,305 

789 
468 

819 

1,001 

481 

65 
344 
596 
350 

2,025 
951 

1,653 
427 

1,894 

2.594 
1,311 
1.906 

572 
1,827 
1.921 

776 
1,112 
1,336 

245 

943 
613 

1,447 
656 
176 
108 

275 
222 

1,268 



35»3i6 



H 

M 
O 



45 
42 
52 

9 

I 

320 
45 
13 
19 
27 
17 

30 
14 

237 
69 
95 

231 
180 
201 
127 
8 
140 
120 

lOI 

73 



58 
16 
56 
16 

17 

4 
31 
39 



453 



* Foreign books are included in ckiMification. 



153 



TABLE VII. 



READERS OF BOOKS IN BRANCH LIBRARIES. 
Circulation Department* 1909. 



BRANCHES. 



Chatham Square 

*East Broadway 

Seward Park 

Rivington Street 

Hamilton Fish Park. 

Bond Street 

Hudson Park 

Ottendorfer 

Tompkins Square . . . 

Jackson Square 

Epiphany 

Muhlenberg 

St. Gabriel's Park... 

George Bruce 

Cathedral 

fSacred Heart 

Columbus 

58th Street 

67th Street 

Riverside 

Webster 

Yorkville 

St. Agnes 

96th Street 

Bloomingdale 

Aguilar 

115th Street 

Harlem Library 

125th Street 

135th Street , 

Hamilton Grange. . . 
Washington Heights, 

Mott Haven , 

High Bridge 

Morrisania 

Tremont , 

Kingsbridge 

St. George 

Stapleton 

Port Richmond 

Tottenville , 



JAN. 



Total. 



4.971 
2,690 

• • • « 

6,753 

• • ■ • 

2,522 
5,623 

i,"3 
6,301 

2,576 
3.996 
5,456 
3,604 
1,789 

1,450 
105 

■ ■ • • 

3,308 

2,349 

938 

4,820 

3,015 
3,579 
3,591 
3,723 
6,283 

6,867 
1,084 
2,021 

1.355 
1,300 

1,437 
1,028 

1,053 
1,096 

541 
1,899 

2,233 

1,806 

822 

1,098 



FEB. 



106,195 



4,200 
2,559 

• • • 

5,177 
46 
2,206 
5,081 
1,163 
5,647 

2,394 
3,748 
4.780 
3,310 
1,915 

1,327 
103 

• • • ■ 

2,473 
1,913 
875 
3.675 
2,618 

3,871 
2,752 
3.236 

4,655 
5.630 

1.353 
1,862 

1.283 

1,135 

1,373 

922 

1,168 

1,549 

556 

1.825 

2,390 
1.857 
1,406 

1. 136 



MARCH. 



4,419 
3,019 

• • • ■ 

5,970 
1,656 
2,221 

4,512 
768 

6,615 
2,858 

2,507 
5.327 

3,445 

1,799 
1,611 

100 

• • • • 

1,531 
3,280 

852 

3,226 

3.246 

4.499 
5,981 
3.588 

4.314 

6.539 
2,615 

1,950 

2,150 

1,215 

1,559 
1,008 

1,225 

1.556 
826 

2,433 
2.319 
1.693 
1.587 
1,249 



APRIL. 



95,169 107,268 



3,125 
1,927 

« • ■ ■ 

5,965 
2,567 
2,003 

2,721 
1,044 
6.502 
2,076 

2,515 
4.852 

2,527 
1,500 

1,673 

73 

• • * • 

1,189 

1,792 

701 

2,856 

3,213 
4,186 

5,465 

2,779 
3,672 
5,232 
2,442 
1,671 
1,702 

1,352 
1,624 
1,088 
1,105 
1.508 
631 

2.479 
2,033 

1,384 
1.497 
1,018 



MAY. 



93,689 



2,992 
2,161 

■ ■ ■ ■ 

7,459 
2.287 
1,694 
1,920 
925 
7,091 
2,004 
1,917 

4,563 
1,850 

1,133 
1,418 

33 

• ■ • • 

1,215 

1,188 

640 

2,791 
3,569 
3,180 

3.462 
2,211 

3.459 
4,234 
2,507 
1,497 
1,983 

758 
1,516 

778 

758 
1,424 

568 

2,315 
1,541 
1,067 
1,282 

965 



84.355 



JUNE. 



3,429 
1,446 

■ • • ■ 

6,448 
2,031 
1,699 

1,589 

674 
6,232 

1.672 

6,517 

3.985 
2,892 

1.085 
889 

50 

• ■ • « 

1,176 
2,093 
430 
2,932 
2,804 

2,307 

3,271 
2,210 

3.226 

3.845 
2,870 

1,379 
582 

468 
1,587 
1,143 

995 
1,517 

451 

1,777 
1,644 

1. 143 

1,267 

808 



82,563 



* East Broadwav branch channd to Seward Park 00 removal. 
t Sacred Heart branch changed to Columbui on removal. 



154 



TABLE Vll—Qmcluded. 



READERS OF BOOKS IN BRANCH LIBRARIES. 



CirealatioB Departmeiitt 1909. 



BRANCHES. 



Chatham Square.. . . 

East Broadway 

Seward Park 

RiTiog^on Street. . . 
Hamilton Fish Park 

Bond Street 

Hudson Park 

Ottendorfer 

Tompkins Square . . 
Jackson Square .... 

Epiphany 

Muhlenberg 

St. Gabriel's Park. . 

George Bruce 

Cathedral 

Sacred Heart. ..... 

Columbus 

58th Street 

67th Street 

Riverside 

Webster 

Yorkville 

St. Agnes 

96th Street 

Bloomingdale 

Aguilar 

115th Street 

Harlem Library .... 

125th Street 

135th Street 

Hamilton Grange . . 
Washington Heights 

Mott Haven 

High Bridge 

Morrisania 

Tremont 

Kingsbridge 

St. George 

Stapleton 

Port Richmond .... 
Tottenvill.e 

ToUl 



JULY. 



2,313 
4C 

• • • • 

3.463 
1,843 

995 
1,347 

474 
3,884 
1,270 
1,075 
4.133 
2,274 

661 

776 
93 

■ • • • 

1,115 
980 

450 

2,449 
2,153 
1,352 
1,772 
2,070 

2,570 

3.419 
2,161 

1,068 

360 

621 

874 
1,610 

933 
1,435 
315 
963 
1.534 
1,231 
1.608 

1,084 



58,768 



AUG. 



2,979 
25 

• • • • 

4,152 

1,973 

933 

1.309 
502 

4,312 

1,329 

1,198 

4,356 

2,288 

770 

826 

22 

■ • • • 

1,085 
649 
730 

2,193 
2,039 

1,922 
1.370 
2,396 
2,439 
3,959 

2,397 
919 

667 

390 
940 

2,061 
760 

1,742 

3" 
1,372 
1,464 
1,086 

1,703 
917 



62,485 



SEPT. 



3.722 



4.899 

2,878 

1,085 
1,622 

683 
6,688 

184 

937 

3,429 

2,067 

760 

880 

• ■ • • 

463 
1,129 

711 
730 

2.775 
2,881 

2,420 
1,881 
2,080 
2,752 
4.744 
3.329 
1,080 

1,564 
910 

963 
1,811 

912 

2,148 

613 

1,309 
1,526 

1,319 
1,268 

965 



72,117 



OCT. 



5,945 



6,151 
4,499 
1,330 
2,461 
804 

6,796 
1,974 
1,615 
4,447 
2,142 
1,429 

953 

■ • • • 

2,991 
1,973 
1,549 
693 
3.358 
3,016 

3.824 
4.458 
2,953 
3,441 
5,521 
4.154 
1,427 
1,806 

1,040 
1,011 

2,574 
1,167 
2,084 

723 

1,559 
1,669 

2,638 

1.315 
1,101 



98,591 



NOV. 



6,126 

■ • • 

3,598 
7,044 
4.790 
1.740 
3,748 

979 
8,230 

2,783 

2,369 
4,780 

3,850 
1,861 
1,550 

• • ■ • 

4,650 

1,616 

2,103 

909 

3,844 

3.484 

4.643 
2,180 

3,637 
6,881 

6,982 

5.273 
1,566 

1,282 

1,248 

1,044 
2,658 

1,528 
2,233 

871 
1,869 
2,020 
2,581 
1,540 
1,417 



121,507 



DEC. 



TOTAL. 



5.999 

• ■ • • 

8,138 
8,284 

6,384 
2.189 

4,190 

984 
8,138 

2,645 
2,595 
4,599 
4.381 
1,892 
1,726 

• • • ■ 

4,555 

1,552 

2,524 

853 

3,985 

3.991 
4.528 

4.103 
3.041 

11.495 
7,400 
3,026 
1,686 
2,230 

1,175 
1,225 
3,048 

1,749 

2,153 
1,162 

1.758 

1.993 
1,281 

1,136 
1,198 



134,991 



50,220 
13,867 
11,736 
71,765 
30,954 
20,6t7 
36,123 
10,113 
76,436 
23,765 
30,989 
54,707 
34,630 

16,594 
15,079 
579 
12.659 
19.362 

21,131 
8,801 

38,904 
36,029 

40,311 
40,286 

33,924 
55,187 
64,372 
33,211 
18,126 
16,964 
11,612 

15,153 
19,729 

13.353 

20,445 
7,568 

21,558 
22,366 
19,086 

16,431 
12,956 



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156 



TABLE IX. 

PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF VOLUMES IN THE CIRCULATION 

DEPARTMENT. 

81 Deeember» 1909. 



BRANCHES. 



Chatham Square 

Seward Park 

Rivington Street , 

Hamilton Fish Park . . . , 

Hudson Park , 

Bond Street 

Ottendorfer 

German 

Tompkins Square 

Jackson Square , 

Epiphany , 

Muhlenberg 

St. Gabriel's Park 

St. Raphael 

George Bruce , 

Cathedral , 

Columbus , 

58th Street 

67th Street 

Riverside 

Webster 

Yorkville 

St. Agnes , 

Blind 

96th Street 

Bloomingdale 

Aguilar 

115th Street 

Harlem Library 

125th Street 

135th Street 

Hamilton Grange 

Washington Heights... 

Mott Haven. 

High Bridge 

Morrisania 

Tremont 

Kingsbridge 

St. George 

Stapleton 

Port Richmond 

Tottcnville 

Travelling 

Whole Department 



X 

o 



.34 

.31 

.28 

.37 
.32 
.27 
•33 
•39 
.33 
.36 
.36 
.40 

.38 

.59 
.40 

.39 

.38 

.30 
.38 
.38 
.36 
.36 

.41 
.15 
.36 
.38 

.31 
.40 
.32 

.38 
.42 
.26 

.32 

.38 
.35 
■45 
.41 
•39 
•35 
.37 
.43 
.38 
.41 



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06 
II 
09 
09 
08 
08 
06 
09 

07 
08 

06 
07 
04 
07 

07 
08 

07 
08 
06 
08 
08 
06 

05 
08 

07 
10 
09 
08 

07 
08 

08 

09 

09 

07 
08 

07 
07 
08 

07 
07 
06 
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06 

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06 
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07 

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07 

07 
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06 

08 

06 

07 
06 

06 

06 

03 
07 

07 
08 

05 
08 

05 
06 
10 

09 
08 
06 

05 
06 

07 
07 

06 

06 

06 

06 



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04 
04 
03 
06 
06 

05 

05 

05 

07 
06 

05 

05 
03 
06 

03 
05 
05 
05 
05 
05 
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05 
02 

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05 
06 

04 
06 

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05 
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07 
06 

05 
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04 
05 
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06 

05 
05 
06 



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7 
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6 
6 
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03 
04 
05 
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06 
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04 
06 

05 
03 

03 

05 

03 
02 

04 
03 

06 

04 
03 

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03 

14 

07 
06 

03 

04 

03 

04 

05 
10 

03 

04 

04 

03 

05 

03 

03 
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04 

03 

03 
02 

04 
03 

04 
03 
03 
04 
03 



.04 



157 



TABLE X. 

NUMBER AND CLASSES OF VOLUMES IN THE 
CIRCULATION DEPARTMENT. 

81 December* 1909. 



BRANCHES. 



Chatham Square 

Seward Park 

Rivington Street 

Hamilton Fish Park 

Hudson Park 

Bond Street 

Ottendorfer 

* ' German* 

Tompkins Square 

Jackson Square 

Epiphany 

Muhlenberg 

St. Gabriel's Park 

St. Raphael's 

George Bruce 

Cathedral 

Columbus. 

58th Street 

67th Street 

Riverside 

Webster 

Yorkville 

St. Agnes. . : 

Blind 

96th Street 

Bloomingdale 

Aguilar 

1 15th Street 

Harlem Library 

125th Street 

135th Street 

Hamilton Grange 

Washington Heights 

Mott Haven 

High Bridge 

Morrisania , 

Tremont 

Kingsbridge 

St. George 

Stapleton 

Port Richmond 

Tottenville 

Travelling 

Total 



■ 


• 

> 


• 

> 

X 


J 


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A. 


M 


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n 


> 
< 


TOR 


6,675 


1,953 


1,200 


716 


3.353 


7,768 


1,520 


2,226 


1,094 


4,236 


4.976 


i,9»8 


1,099 


630 


3,420 


7,161 


1,807 


1.027 


600 


3,i6o 


4,155 


1,109 


813 


730 


1,893 


4.551 


1,399 


1,544 


1,049 


2,568 


8,386 


2,009 


1,825 


1.369 


3,807 


2,789 


428. 


476 


347 


1,410 


7,884 


2,270 


1,617 


1,086 


4,274 


7.410 


1,508 


1,670 


1.328 


2,362 


4.857 


1,074 


999 


880 


1,627 


6,176 


964 


1,066 


758 


1,909 


5.357 


974 


960 


684 


2,065 


2,465 


170 


119 


126 


250 


10, 501 


1,734 


2,141 


1,468 


2,904 


4,154 


776 


622 


349 


1,319 


5,612 


1,211 


854 


738 


1,815 


8.837 


1,997 


2,312 


1.520 


4,240 


6,471 


1,382 


1,116 


859 


2,321 


6.474 


1,078 


1,127 


816 


2,299 


7.138 


1,501 


1,125 


937 


2,996 


8,015 


1,726 


1,412 


1,031 


3,013 


9,095 


1,440 


1,437 


1,040 


3,201 


1,081 


339 


234 


116 


585 


6,340 


1,553 


1,203 


833 


2,832 


7,574 


1,380 


1,421 


1,058 


2,626 


7.107 


2,383 


1,772 


1,369 


3,537 


5,865 


1,315 


808 


605 


2,253 


9.423 


2,433 


2,408 


1,618 


3,886 


7,343 


1,430 


973 


1,080 


2,266 


6,301 


1,164 


969 


766 


1,976 


5,103 


1,547 


2,033 


951 


2,416 


7,482 


2,006 


1,929 


1.591 


3,283 


5.781 


1,362 


1,161 


853 


1.935 


2,782 


563 


485 


362 


1,071 


6,386 


1,096 


778 


730 


1,661 


7,588 


1,261 


1,080 


831 


2,686 


3,275 


611 


566 


433 


1,049 


4,408 


1,029 


873 


700 


2,093 


3,071 


613 


481 


509 


1,173 


3.903 


632 


519 


449 


1,106 


2,891 


479 


446 


413 


1,023 


23,497 


4,696 


3,135 


3.399 


5,724 


271,319 


59.412 


51,585 


38,474 


104,313 



§3 

0. 



S29 
I, 010 

479 
286 

498 
929 

1,484 
356 

749 
1,508 

624 

964 
671 
108 

1,733 
386 

269 

1,946 

585 

743 
1,016 

1,104 

1,019 

49 
484 

1,296 
888 
277 

1,942 

1,257 

348 

1,501 

1,150 

449 
262 
272 
466 

179 
593 

559 
258 

585 
667 



32,422 



* Included in previoua line. 



158 



TABLE "Kr^Concluded. 

NUMBER AND CLASSES OF VOLUMES IN THE 
CIRCULATION DEPARTMENT. 

81 Deeember* 1909. 



BRANCHES. 



Chatham Square 

Seward Park 

Rivington Street 

Hamilton Fish Park 

Hudson Park 

Bond Street 

Ottendorfer 

" German 

Tompkins Square 

Jackson Square 

Epiphany 

Muhlenberg 

St. Gabriels Park 

St. Raphael 

George Bruce 

Cathedral 

Columbus 

58th Street 

67th Street 

Riverside 

Webster 

Yorkville 

St. Agnes 

Blind 

96th Street 

Bloomingdale 

Aguilar 

115th Street 

Harlem Library 

125th Street 

135th Street 

Hamilton Grange 

Washington Heights 

Mott Haven .' 

High Bridge 

Morrisania 

Tremont 

Kingsbridge 

St. George 

Stapleton 

Port Richmond 

Tottcnville 

Travelling 

Total 



(A 

M 

K 
M 



2,772 

4.157 

3.271 

3.344 
2.186 

2,503 

3,405 

568 

3.497 
2,301 

1.776 
1. 741 
1,885 
490 
2,741 
1.033 

2.329 
4,061 

2,167 

2,173 
2,660 

3.004 

2.355 

620 

2,600 

2.343 
3.342 
2,020 

4.185 
2,646 

1,776 
2,662 

2.859 
2,033 

1,160 

1.852 

2.407 
1,172 

1. 531 
1.034 
1,118 

948 
11.431 



105,590 



1. 319 
1,517 
1,084 

1,045 

1. 179 
1.243 

1,901 

535 
1,820 

1. 717 
1,056 

1,366 

925 

6 

1,930 

531 
920 

2,392 
1,961 

1,514 
1,661 

2,083 

1,540 

3,321 

1,339 
1,626 

1.563 
1,125 
2.056 

1,614 
1.327 
1.505 
1.630 

1.141 

1,053 
1,104 

1,571 
817 
972 
685 

763 

608 

2.898 



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X K 

B. 



59»428 



915 

1,351 

827 

649 

413 
810 

788 
171 

983 
667 
782 
663 
434 
430 

994 

1,508 

970 

1.773 

595 
640 

604 

790 
1,040 

745 
631 

852 

988 

467 

1.414 

475 

378 

2,262 

977 
420 
261 

352 
658 

235 
481 

264 

270 

269 

1,838 






32,863 



I9i732 
24,879 
17,704 

19,179 
12,976 
16,596 

24,974 
7,080 

24,180 
20,471 

13,675 
15.607 

13,955 
4,164 
26,146 
10,678 
14.718 
29,078 

17.457 
16,864 
19,638 
22,178 
22,167 
7.090 

17,815 
20,176 

22,949 
14,735 
29.365 
19,084 
15.005 
19,980 
22,907 
15.135 
7.999 
14,231 
18.548 

8,337 
12,680 

8,389 

9,018 

7,662 

57,285 



755,406 



2U S 



435 
442 

648 

391 

425 

137 
272 

806 

273 

278 

153 
167 

33 
37 
565 
386 
165 
266 
203 

97 
383 

329 

159 
213 

189 
276 
105 
297 
334 
125 
368 

351 

2 

172 

138 
203 

72 

97 
43 
47 



10,082 



159 



TABLE XI. 



VOLUMES IN FOREIGN LANGUAGES IN THE DEPARTMENT. 



Cireiilatioii Departmeiitf 1909« 



BRANCHBS. 



Chatham Square 

Seward Park 

Rivington Street 

Hamilton Fish Park 

Hudson Park 

Bond Street 

Ottendorfer 

Tompkins Square 

Jackson Square 

Epiphany 

Muhlenbere 

St. Gabriefs Park 

George Bruce... 

Cathedral 

Columbus 

58th Street 

67th Street 

Riverside 

Webster 

Yorkville 

St. Agnes 

Blind 

96th Street 

Bloomingdale 

Aguilar 

115th Street 

Harlem Library 

125th Street 

135th Street 

Hamilton Grange 

Washington Heights . . . . 

Mott Haven 

High Bridge 

Morrisania 

Tremont 

Kingsbridge 

St. George 

Stapleton 

Port Richmond 

Tottenvillc 

Travelling 

Total 



K 
M 
O 



316 
609 
612 

280 
629 

7.080 
609 

1,032 
263 
352 

1.998 

• • • « 

259 

1. 591 
1,172 

822 

37 

2,249 

956 

47 

1.303 

938 

825 

645 
404 

1,030 

649 

144 

364 

1,471 

71 

729 

876 
108 
695 

483 

259 
194 

245 



33,477 



X 

u 






52 
202 

86 
89 

193 
356 
958 
189 

776 
80 

303 
114 

1.367 
85 

• • « • 

996 

185 

516 

12 

539 
719 

64 
442 

497 
280 
182 

369 
187 
198 

531 
225 

383 
21 

102 
315 

29 
336 
142 
127 

34 
91 



12,372 



•J 



244 
3 

lOI 

I 

747 
223 

134 

374 

86 

39 
I 

89 



98 

50 

198 



16 



23 

333 

3 
2 

103 

• • • ■ 

• • • • 

13 

• • • • 

• ■ ■ • 

• ■ • • 

18 

• • ■ • 

21 
44 

• • ■ • 

5 
238 



3.207 



X 

M 

% 



lA 



15 

• • • ■ 

I 

■ • • ■ 

4 
12 

30 

397 

• • • ■ 

83 

• • • ■ 

43 



7 
II 

58 

• • 

3 
17 

I ■ ■ 

II 

3 

28 
4 
3 



16 



• • • • 



755 



z 

< 

•4 

K 



34 
1,094 

675 
574 



69 



400 



38 



2,885 



z 
< 

M 
X 

o 

n 



H 
K 

n 

H 
X 



178 
181 



850 
780 



16 

• • 

14 



46 



3,405 



1,661 



160 



TABLE ya.— Concluded, 



VOLUMES IN FOREIGN LANGUAGES IN THE DEPARTMENT. 

ClreulatioB Departmeiit* 1909. 



BRANCHES. 



Chatham Square 

Seward Park 

Rivingfton Street 

Hamilton Fish Park 

Hudson Park 

Bond Street 

Ottendorf er 

Tompkins Square 

Jackson Square 

Epiphany 

Muhlenberg 

St. Gabriel's Park 

George Bruce 

Cathedral 

Columbus 

58th Street 

67th Street 

Riverside 

Webster 

Yorkville 

St. Agnes 

Blind 

96th Street 

Bloomingdale 

Aguilar 

115th Street 

Harlem Library 

125th Street 

135th Street 

Hamilton Grange 

Washington Heights 

Mott Haven 

High Bridge 

Morrisania 

Tremont 

Kingsbridge 

St. George 

Stapleton 

Port Richmond 

Tottenville 

Travelling 



Total. 



X 

!3 
Q 



213 

454 
196 



• • • • 



• • • • 



• • • • 



• • ■ ■ 



1,190 



M 
X 



310 



473 



18 



41 



II 



2.854 



X 

(A 

mm 

Q 

M 

i 



I 
I 



192 



66 



261 



o 



3 



X 
m 

5 



40 



443 



100 



S 

D 
O 

K 



400 
91 



591 



696 



696 



I 

5j2- 



2 
22 



28 
3 



I 

125 
6 



92 



78 



20 



28 

13 
I 



2 
2 



535 



•< 
H 
O 

H 



1.825 
2.938 

3.024 
2.720 
1.220 
1,241 
8.257 
2,675 
2,291 

383 
864 
800 
3,408 
106 

259 
2,798 
1.596 

1,594 
3.408 

2,809 

1,708 

III 

2,156 

1,461 

1.439 
858 

779 
1. 616 

867 

675 
606 

1.854 
92 

831 
1,263 

206 

1. 071 

670 

852 
326 

675 



64,33a 



161 



TABLE XIL 



ADDITIONS TO THE BRANCH LIBRARIES. 



CircnlAtion Departmeiitf 1909. 



BRANCHES. 



as 
o 

B 

mm 



Chatham Square. . . . 

East Broadway 

Seward Park 

Rivington Street . . . 
Hamilton Fish Park. 

Hudson Park 

Bond Street 

Ottendorfcr 

German* 
Tompkins Square. . . 

Jackson Square 

Epiphany 

Muhlenberg 

St. Gabriel's Park... 

St. Raphael 

George Bruce 

Cathedral 

Sacred Heart 

Columbus 

58th Street 

67th Street 

Riverside 

Webster 

Yorkville 

St. Agnes 

Blind 

96th Street 

Bloomingdale 

Aguilar 

115th Street 

Harlem Library. . . . 

I25ih Street 

135th Street 

Hamilton Grange. . . 
Washington Heights 

Mott Haven 

High Bridge 

Morrisania 

Tremont 

Kingsbridge 

St. George 

Stapleton 

Port Richmond 

Tottenville 

Travelling 



Total. 



3,283 
4,971 
2.558 
2.450 

7,354 
987 

1,077 

2,390 

77a 

3,693 

847 
672 

1,371 

905 
401 

2,073 

680 

164 

4.505 

1,247 

1,419 
1,172 

2,477 
2.409 
1,145 

337 
2,306 
1,292 
2,780 
2,056 
2,815 

959 
1,410 
1,824 
1,143 
2,019 

651 
2,486 

1,839 
354 
651 
582 

787 

598 

4,028 






81,167 



599 

873 
477 

549 
1,840 

86 

193 
246 

34 
750 

37 

53 
106 

122 

34 
165 

"3 

14 

982 

142 

159 

138 

347 
386 

162 

35 
467 

91 
824 

437 
195 

147 
121 

256 

105 

490 

40 

219 

307 

84 

64 

40 

39 

46 

480 



s 

i 

o 
o 

n 



13,060 



276 

305 
249 

314 
1,037 

93 

105 

183 

83 
289 

68 

60 
103 
121 

26 
127 
109 

12 

725 
129 

128 

99 
136 
181 
126 

40 
231 

93 
407 
154 
144 

64 

lOI 

212 

131 

305 

82 

164 
162 

37 
75 
23 
44 
68 

341 



g 



7,879 



202 

349 
207 

180 

602 

123 

lOI 

139 

33 
214 

55 
80 
81 
60 
12 

143 

78 

9 
574 
126 

145 

89 
179 

196 

124 

22 

245 
84 
372 
134 
141 
no 

97 
115 
122 

232 

55 

176 

166 

28 

71 

51 

47 

44 

519 






6,899 



1,232 

1,697 
466 

1,237 

3,330 

262 

367 

527 

163 

1.363 

196 

193 
328 

192 

40 

384 
202 

4 
1.368 

387 
375 
328 

493 

447 

371 

64 

499 
296 

989 
604 

466 

234 
261 

403 
435 

499 
185 

455 

573 
148 

253 
132 

74 

150 

1,663 



S < 



24,172 



48 
169 

9 

159 
278 

53 

53 
125 

39 
130 

85 

73 
57 
32 

38 

39 

13 

176 

132 

44 
loi 

47 

97 

76 

3 

23 

83 

75 

134 

126 

86 

20 

37 

469 
96 

16 

118 

47 
43 
74 
45 
47 
45 
96 



s 

s 

u 

w 



3,717 



1,257 

1,437 
719 

1,193 

3,696 

537 

484 

971 

100 

1,758 
209 

459 
331 
244 
215 
532 
168 

40 

1.983 

479 
632 

520 

555 
587 
448 
122 
881 
281 

1,274 
744 
668 

371 
265 

622 

374 
822 
242 

588 

713 
256 

308 

252 

196 

193 
1,418 






30,044 



465 
400 

195 

275 

1,054 
169 

172 

207 

44 
833 

148 

176 
229 

no 

281 

69 
I 

879 
342 

304 
296 

430 
420 

365 
213 

198 
223 

474 
397 
344 
226 
276 
272 
252 

375 

177 

373 

329 
161 

165 
107 

126 

94 
455 



B. 

o 



2 

<3 



13,057 



X 

B. 



248 

303 
104 
292 

674 

48 

75 
114 

31 
312 

61 

49 
75 
46 
49 
83 
93 
5 
423 

99 
88 

99 

91 

97 

106 

36 
178 

84 
292 

127 

84 
28 

47 
100 

71 
114 

75 
73 
139 
39 
54 
32 

19 

38 

305 



5,569 



•J 
< 



7,610 
10,504 

4,984 
6.649 

19,865 
2,358 
2,627 
4.902 

1.299 
9,342 
1,706 

1,815 
2,681 
1,832 

777 
3.826 

1,551 

262 

11.615 

3,083 

3.294 
2,842 

4.755 
4,820 

2,923 
872 

5,028 

2,527 
7.487 

4,787 

4,983 
2,225 

2.598 

3.841 
3.102 

4.952 

1,523 
4,652 

4,275 
1,150 

i,7»5 
1,264 

1,379 
1,276 

9,305 



185,564 



SE 

o 

s 

o 



89a 

1,4x7 
349 

876 

a,M4 

3*3 
14a 

1,468 

1,539 
z86 

69 

xa4 

72 

348 
14 

259 
37X 

1 57 
248 

».53a 
55a 
X77 

341 
3x0 

509 
aaz 

350 
ai6 

X5<i 
3X 

X9l 

68 

X7 

484 

X67 

9X 

98 

70 

363 

xoz 

3X7 

x6,970 



* Included in the previoua line. 



t Foreign books are included in cl 



J 62 



TABLE Xin. 

APPLICATIONS FOR THE PRIVILEGE OF WITHDRAWING BOOKS. 

Cireolailon Department* 1909. 



BRANCHES. 



Chatham Square . . . . 

*£ast Broadway 

Seward Park 

Riving^ton Street 

Hamilton Fish Park 

Hadson Park 

Bond Street 

Ottendorfer.. 

Tompkins Square. . . 
Jackson Square .... 

Epiphany 

Muhlenberg 

St. GabriersPark.. 

St. Raphael , 

George Bruce , 

Cathedral 

fSacred Heart 

Columbus 

58th Street 

67th Street 

Riverside 

Webster 

Yorkville 

St. Ag^es 

Blind 

96th Street 

Bloomingdale 

Aguilar 

115th Street 

Harlem Library. . . . 

125th Street 

135th Street , 

Hamilton Grange . . 
Washington Heights 

Mott Haven , 

High Bridge , 

Morrisania 

Tremont 

Kingsbridge , 

St. George , 

Stapleton , 

Port Richmond . 

Tottenville 

Totol 



NEW 

READERS. 



4.257 

3.639 
6.681 

6.154 

12,570 

1,601 

2,310 

3.529 
5.370 
1,988 

a.257 
2,440 
2,210 

704 
3,146 
1,162 

476 
3.891 
4.031 
1,867 
2,786 
3.420 
3.316 

2,731 
130 

4.095 
2,784 
5,701 
6,095 
5.669 
1,905 

2,979 
4,211 
2,410 

4.464 
625 

5,856 

3,707 

424 
1,078 

816 

632 

233 



136.350 



MALES. 



2,078 
2,081 

3,705 
3,216 

6,154 
768 

1,274 
1.782 

2,392 

965 
1,092 

1,395 

1,129 

288 

1.726 

439 
152 

1,703 

1,587 

934 
1,187 

1,401 
1,578 
1,056 

64 
1,868 

1,035 
2,77t 
2,636 
2,756 
1,046 
1,361 
1,750 

998 
2,070 

198 

2.393 

1.993 
206 

478 
374 
309 
114 



64.502 



ADULTS. 



797 

782 

3.229 

2,126 

3.699 
643 

752 
1,785 

1,449 
1,301 
1,297 
1,896 
1,092 

91 
1,881 

600 

164 

1,525 

1,864 

663 

1,666 

1.117 

1. 513 
2,020 

123 

1,545 
2,022 

1.554 

3,373 

3.133 
690 

T,6o6 

2,969 

1.384 
1,582 

403 
3.721 
1,512 

229 

737 
408 

285 

130 



61,358 



TOTAL ACTUAL 

READERS FOR 

YEAR. 



8.977 
7.670 
6,681 

16,565 
12,570 

5,105 

4,681 

8,264 

11,119 

3,811 
5,580 

6,399 
4,129 

2.540 
7,272 
2,821 
1,805 

3,891 
9.288 

5.803 

5.114 

5.643 

9,834 

7.985 

524 
11,691 

7,041 
10,403 
11.055 

9,785 

5.967 
10,626 

13.237 
8,322 

1,0234 
1,901 

8,899 
5.215 
1,524 
3,742 
3,292 

3,254 
1,357 



291,616 



* Name changed to Seward Park on removal, 
t Name changed to Columbus on removal. 



163 



TABLE XIV. 



STATISTICS OF TRAVELLING LIBRARIES. 
Circulation Department, 1909. 



MANHATTAN AND BRONX CIRCULATION. 



Volumes 
Stations. Circulated. 

Alfred Corning Clark Neighborhood 

House, Cannon & Rivington Sts. . 6,614 
All Saints' Academy, 126th St & Madi- 
son Ave 136 

* American District Telegraph, i Broad- 

way 25 

* American District Telegraph, 11 Broad- 

way 2$ 

* American District Telegraph, 42 Broad- 

way 25 

* American District Telegraph, 71 Broad- 

way 25 

* American District Telegraph, 120 

Broadway 25 

* American District Telegraph, 195 

Broadway 25 

* American District Telegraph, 296 

Broadway 25 

* American District Telegraph, 319 

Broadway ... . . . 25 

* American District Telegraph, 407 

Broadway 25 

* American District Telegraph, 434 

Broadway 25 

* American District Telegraph, 599 

Broadway 25 

* American District Telgeraph, 671 

Broadway 25 

* American District Telegraph, 784 

Broadway 25 

* American District Telegraph, 16 Broad 

St 25 

* American District Telegraph, 8 Dey St. 25 

American Female Guardian Society, 
Industrial Schools: 

Home School, 936 Woodycrest Ave. 6,605 

No. I, 303 £. 109th St. . . . 39,950 

No. 3, 39 Rutgers St . . . I5,757 

No. 5, 4 Charlton St. . . . 2,227 

No. 8, 523 Morris Ave. . . Z}96i 

No. 10, 12 Columbia St. . . 24,836 

No. II, 243 £. 103rd St. . . 8,210 

No. 12, 2247 — 2nd Ave. . . 8,168 

Home Library Centre: 
No. II, 243 £. 103rd St. 



1,024 

♦Worn out books. 
164 



Volumes 
Stations. Circulated. 

* American Seamen's Friend Society's 

Institute, 507 West St. . . . 137 

* Association for Improving the condi- 

tion of the Poor, 105 £. 22nd St . 250 
Athena Society of Literature, 238 W. 

138th St 420 

Athenaeum Club, Wakefield, N. Y. C. loS 

Barnard College Library, 3025 Broad- 
way 28 

Bedford Park Presb3rterian Church, £. 

200th St. & Bainbridge Ave. . . Z|368 

* Bellevue Hospital, £. 26th St. . . 50 
*Day Camp Southfield .... 63 
Bible Study Classes: 

Grace M. £. Church, £pworth League, 
Chapter 238, W. 104th St. nr. Co- 
lumbus Ave Z03 

St. George's Sunday School, 208 £. 
i6th St 36 

St. Nicholas Ave. Sunday School, I4i8t 
St. 8c St. Nicholas Ave. ... 20 

* Big Brothers Movement, 318 W. 57th St. 200 
Board of Water Supply: 

Brown's Station, Ulster Co., N. Y. . 625 

Cornwall-on-Hudson, N. Y. . . 565 

High Falls, Ulster Co., N. Y. . . 354 

New Paltz, N. Y 268 

Peekskill, N. Y 21a 

Bronx Church Club, I7i8t St. & Fulton 

Ave. ...... 423 

Bureau of Municipal Research, 261 Broad- 
way 25 

Calvary Parish House, Italian Club, 106 

E. 22nd St. ... . . iiS 

Camp Moodna, Mountainville, Orange 

Co., N. Y. . . . . 88 

Camp Wyonee, Harrison, Me. . . 59 

Charlton School, 646 Park Ave. . . 51 

Children's Aid Society: 
* Chappaqua Convalescent Home. 

Chappaqua, N. Y 108 

Club Work: 
Italian House, 155 Worth St. 

Boys' Club 44 

Girls' Club 55 



TABLE Xiy—CoKthnud. 



165 



Stations. 



Volumes 
Circulated. 



Children's Aid Society, confd» 

West Side School, 417 W. 38th St 

Boys' Club 45 

EveniDg School: 

Jones Memorial, 407 £. 73rd St. . 250 

Harlem Boys' Hotel, 136 £. 127th St 309 

Home Library Centres: 

Ave. B School, 537 £. i6th St . 258 

East River School, 247 £. 44th St . 231 

Italian School, 155 Worth St . 325 

Mott St School, 256 Mott St . . 307 

Sixth St School, 63o-6th St . 23s 

Sullivan St. School, 219 Sullivan St 2,685 

West Side School, 417 W. 38th St . 280 

Industrial Schools: 

Ave. B School, 535 £. i6th St . 9,372 

East Side School, 287 £. Broadway 54,258 
Fifty-third St School, 552 W. 53rd 

St. ....... 14,097 

Henrietta School, 224 W. 63rd St . 8,050 

Department of Crippled Children . 3,213 

Italian School, 155 Worth St . . 5,264 
Jones Memorial School, 407 £. 73 rd 

St 149827 

Mott St School, 256 Mott St . . 7,664 
Phelps Memorial School, 314 £. 35th 

St 16,354 

Pike St. School, 28 Pike St 1,998 
Rhein lander School, 350 £. 88th St 2,352 
Sixth St School, 63o-6th St . . 5,347 
Sullivan St School, 219 Sullivan St 2,782 
Tompkins Square School, 295-8th St. 22,320 
West Side School, 417 W. 38th St 5,051 
West Side Italian School, 24 Sulli- 
van St 26,250 

Children's Charitable Union, Hope 

Chapel, 339 E. 4th St . . 239 

Children's Court: 

* First Sunday Club, 152 W. zoist St xoo 

* Temporary Home for Girls, 221 E. 

6i8t St 55 

Children's Educational Theatre, 217 E. 

z8th St 130 

Chinatown Settlement, 10 Mott St . 86 

Church of the Ascension, Z2 W. zith St. 46 
City College of New York, 138th St & 
St Nicholas Ave.: 

History Department .... 60 

Teachers' Extension Courses . 2 
City History Clubs: 
Booker T. Washington Club, 237 W. 

63rd St 29 

Club Room, Reference Use, 23 W. 44th 

St 31 

Everyday Club, 27 E. Z26th St . . 80 

Fraunces Tavern Club, 53 E. 3rd St 51 

Great Kill Club, 413 W. 46th St . 9 



Stations. 



Volumes 
Circulated. 



City History Club, cont^d. 

Hartley House, 413 W. 46th St. . 93 

Lincoln Club, Richmond Hill House, 28 

MacDougall St ... . 22 

Colony Club, 122 Madison Ave. . 277 

* Colored Orphan Asylum, W. 259th St 150 

*Day Camp Susquehanna, Ft of North 

2nd St 56 

Department of Commerce & Labor: 
Immigration Service, Ellis Island. . 182 

Department of Correction: 

* Branch Workhouse, Hart's Island. . 644 

* Branch Workhouse, Riker's Island . 1,235 
City Prison (Tombs), Centre k Frank- 
lin Sts.: 

*Rev. Geo. Sanderson ... 80 

•Rev. C. P. Tincker . . 6,500 

* Third District Prison, Essex St nr. 

Grand 385 

•Fourth District Prison, £. 57th St . 128 
•Fifth District Prison, 121st St cor. 

Sylvan PI. . . . . . 48 

•Seventh District Prison, W. 53rd St 50 
•Eighth District Prison, Westchester, 

xN .1.. . .. .. . 5^ 

New York City Reformatory of Mis- 
demeanants, Hart's Island . 1,705 
New Women's Prison, Hart's Island . 3,258 
•Penitentiary, Blackwell's Island . 2,268 
Reform School, Hart's Island . 151 
•Work House, Blackwell's Island ii449 

Department of Education: 
Elementary Schools, Manhattan: 
No. 2, 116 Henry St 

Mr. Edelson 326 

Mr. Wallstein .... 1,023 

No. 17, 335 W. 47th St . . 8x4 
No. 34, Broome & Sheri£F Sts. 

Boys of '76 X09 

Waring Civic League . . . 1,197 

No. 39, 216 East 126th St . . 715 

No. 47, 225 East 23rd St . . 1,012 

No. 51, 519 West 44th St . . 15 

No. 87, 77th St & Amsterdam Ave. xx6 
No. 96, Kindergarten, Ave. A, 8zst 

& 82nd Sts iii456 

• No. 107, Crippled Class, 274 West 

loth St 88 

No. no, Broome & Cannon Sts. 320 
No. 113, 7 Downing St 

Miss Evans >»9i9 

Miss Little it<90 

No. 165, 109th St & Broadway . 2X 
No. 179, 102nd St nr. Amsterdam 

Ave x,z6o 



* Worn out books. 



1 66 



TABLB XlV^ConHnued. 



Stations. 



Volumes 

CniCULATBD. 



Department of Education, cont'd. 

No. 192, Kindeiigarten, Amsterdam 
Ave. & 136th St. . 

Elementary Schools, Bronx: 
No. I, College Ave. & Z45th St. . 
Na 5, 189th St. & Webster Ave. 
No. 6, Trcmont, Bryant & Vysc 
Aves. .... 
No. zo^ Eagle Ave. & 163rd St. 
No. II, Ogden Ave. & 169th St. 

Mr. Jansen 

Miss Nixon 

Miss Stewart .... 

Mr. Weinstein .... 
No. 18, Kindergarten, 501 Courtland 

Ave. 

No. 23, 165th St. & Tinton Ave. 

Miss Bocker 

Miss Curtis 

Miss Duntoo 

Miss Hoepfner .... 

Miss Howell 

Mr. Hunt 

Miss Muller . . . . • 

Miss Seligson .... 

Miss Welch 

Miss Zaiser 

No. 25, 149th St. & Union Ave. 

Mr. Walsh . . 

Fay Literary Society 
No. 26, Andrews & Burnside Aves. 

Miss Billet 

Miss Cassell 

Miss Corey 

Miss Grasmuk .... 

Miss Hoefling 

Mr. Le Comte .... 

Dr. C. J. Pickett .... 

Mr. C. Raubichesk 

Miss Richardson .... 

Mrs. Teachman .... 

Miss Uhlein 

No. 30, E. 141st St. nr. Brook Ave. 

Mrs. Briggs 

Miss Scott 

No. 39, Longwood Ave., Beck & Kelly 

Sts 

Elementary Schools, Bronx: 
No. 43, Brown Place & 13 5th St. 

Mrs. Barry 

Dr. Marks 

Miss Neilson 



33 

10,901 
9i783 

1,853 
280 

295 

338 
207 

692 
104 

194 

717 
60 

230 

790 

104 

ai8 

399 
25 

90 
45 

98 

65 

57 
86 

38 

47 

«,358 

103 

60 

85 
32 

39 
376 

679 



z,z6o 

«i475 
z,zoo 



Elementary School Playgrounds: 
No. 14, 225 E. 27th St. 
No. 27, 41st St. E. of 3rd Ave. 
No. 36, 710 E. 9th St. 



53 

7 
28 



Volumes 
Stations. Circulated. 

Department of Education, confd, 

Na 40, 320 E. 20th St . . . 7 

No. 90^ X47th St & 7th Ave. . • 694 

High Schools: 

DeWitt Clinton, 59th St & Amster- 
dam Ave 30 

High School of Commerce, 155 W. 
65di St 

Mr. Lewis 27$ 

Mr. Page 359 

Morris, x66th St. & Boston Rd. . 12 

Morris (Annex), X44th St & Mott 
Ave Z95 

Stuyvesant, 345 E. Z5th St 

Mr. Crossley 253 

Mr. Durfree 3; 

Mr. Hoffmann .... 732 
Mr. Laughlin . . . 8z 

Mr. Bates 50 

Wadleigh, zz4th St & 7th Ave. 85 

Wadleigh (Annex), 147th St & 7th 
Ave. 9x6 

Washington Irving, 34^ E. Z2th St 618 

Washington Irving (Annex), 82nd 
St & West End Ave. 

Miss Gere 507 

Miss Hodgkins .... 24 

Washington Irving (Annex), 88th 
St & Ave. A .... 420 

Mothers' Clubs: 
Public School No. 9, 82nd St & West 

End Ave 35 

Public School No. 37, 87tii St & 

Lexington Ave 6 

Public School No. 67, Z2o W. 46th 

ot. . . . ■ k ■ . IXO 

Public School No. 1x9, 133rd St nr. 

8th Ave 9 

Public School No. 132, Wadsworth 

Ave. & 182nd St ... . ai 
Public School No. 184, 31 W. zz6th 

St 297 

Public School 6, Bronx, Tremont, 

Bryant & Vyse Aves. ... 36 

Public School zo, Bronx, Eagle Ave. 

& 163rd St X07 



Evening Schools: 

No. 19, 344 E. X4th St . . . 
East Side Evening High School for 

Women, Henry k Gouvemeur Sts. 

Miss Blood 

Miss Dithridge .... 
Public School Garden Association, 

P. S. No. 37, Bronx, X45th St nr. 

Willis Ave 259 



xs,720 



29 
xo 



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167 



Eld 



STAT10N8. 

Department of Education, confd. 

Public Lecture Courses: 
Public School No. 184, ii6th St. E 

of Lenox Ave. 
DeWitt ClintoD Hi^h School, Am 

sterdam Ave. & 59th St 

Recreation Department; Evening Cen 
tres: 

No. z, Henry & Oliver Sts. 
No. 3, Hudson & Grove Sts. 
No. 30, Rivington, Forsyth & 

ridge Sts. 
No. 21, Mott & Elizabeth Sts. 
No. 26, 124 W. 30th S«. . 
Na 31, Monroe & Gouverneur Sts 

Study Room 
Na 51, 519 W. 44th St. . 
No. 62, Hester, Essex & Norfolk Sts 
No. 63, 3rd & 4th Sts. £. of I St Ave 
No. 64, 9th & zoth Sts. E. of Ave. B 
No. 94, 68th St. & Amsterdam Ave 
No. no, Broome & Cannon Sts. 

Club Work 
No. 137, Essex & Grand Sts. 
No. 147, Henry & Gouverneur Sts 
No. 158, Ave. A bet. 77th & 78th 

Sts 

No. 159, zz9th St. & 2nd Ave. 

No. 171, 103rd St. nr. 5th Ave. 

No. 172, 309 £. io8th St. . 

No. 177, Market & Monroe Sts. 

No. 179, Z40 W. zo2nd St. 

No. z88, £. Houston, Lewis &*£. 3rd 

Sts 

No. 37, Bronx, Z46th St E. of Wil 

lis Ave. .... 

High School of Commerce, 65th St 

W. of Broadway . 

Recreation Department; Vacation Play- 
grounds : 

No. 5, Edgecombe Ave. bet Z4oth 
& Z4zst Sts 

No. 7, Christie & Hester Sts. 

No. 9, Z38th St & Brook Ave. 

No. Z5, 4th St & Ave. C. 

No. ao, Rivington, Forsyth & Eld 
ridge Sts 

No. 2z, Mott & Elizabeth Sts. . 

No. 3Z, Monroe & Gouverneur Sts 

No. 38, Dominick, Clark & Broome 
Sts 

No. 40, 320 £. 20th St . 

No. 42, Hester, Ludlow & Orchard 
Sts 

No. 5z, 44th St & zoth Ave. 

No. 63, 3rd St. E. of zst Ave. 



V0LXJIIB8 
Circulated. 



189 



120 



6,430 
82 

903 

Z,242 
26,295 

2,378 
226 

x»340 
z,s6o 

20,082 
ii737 

Z,270 

2i337 
957 

S,zo2 

3.798 
7,133 
1,965 
6,557 
2,603 

5,H7 

1,7369 

65 



z,926 

zo,o87 

78 

23,845 

3,062 
z,z69 

ZZ,228 

2,888 
2,079 

7,444 
2,038 

3,4*5 



Volumes 
Stations. Cieculatbd. 

Department of Education, confd. 

No. 64, 9th & zoth Sts. E. of Aw. B. z 6,790 

No. 65, Forsyth & Hester Sts. . 5,Z35 

Na 73, 209 £. 46th St . . 1,29s 

No. 78, zz9th St & Pleasant Ave. t,$^% 

Na 79, 42 £. zst St ... 2,647 

No. 82. zst Ave. & 70th St 2,904 

No. Z35, 5zst St & zst Ave. . . 3}794 

No. Z37, Essex & Grand Sts. . . z,836 

Na Z47, E. Broadway & Scammel St 7Z8 
No. Z5Z, 9zst St k zst Ave. 

Morning Session .... z,49i 

Afternoon Session . . . •2,893 

No. Z59, zz9th St nr. 2nd Ave. 30 

No. z6o, Rivington & Suffolk Sts. . 2,591 

Na z68, zo5th St E. of 2nd Ave. . 2,626 

No. Z72, zo8th St E. of 2nd Ave. . 4,601 

Na Z74, Attorney St nr. Rivington. 4,690 
No. Z84, zz6th St bet Lenox & 5 th 

Ave 10,893 

No. Z90, 82nd St & zst Ave. . 3,050 
No. zo, Bronx, z63rd St & Eagle 

Ave 1,204 

No. 37, Bronx, Z45th St. E. of \^llis 

Ave 3,^52 

Playgrounds for Mothers and Babies, 

500 Park Ave 5^ 

* Truant School, 2Z5 E. 2zst St Z78 

Department of Health: 

• Day Camp "Middleton," 9zst St & 

E. River Z05 

* Hospitals, Dr. Wilson, Superintend- 

ent, S. W. cor. of 55th St & 6th 

Ave Z93 

Department of Public Charities: 

* Children's Hospitals & Schools^ Ran- 
dall's Island 200 

* City Hospital, BlackwelPs Island zoo 

* Manhattan State Hospital, Ward's 

Island 50 

* Psychiatric Institute .... 30 

* Metropolitan Hospital, Blackwell's 

Island Z50 

* Municipal Lodging House, 398 First 

Ave zoo 

•New York City Home for the Aged 

and Infirm, Blackwell's Island . zoo 
Das Deutsche Kranzchen, 472 West End 

Ave. 6 

Dyckman Library, Inwood-on-Hudson, 

N. Y. 2,683 

Eagle Culture League, Z73 Orchard St 676 
East 59th St Gospel Mission, 2Z9 £. 59th 

St . 31 

*East Side Parish, 9 Second Ave. . . 79 

Edgewater Creche, Edgewater, N. J. . Z5 



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TABLE XlY-^ontinuid. 



Volumes 
Stations. Circulated. 

Department of Education, confd, 

Elizabeth Evening School, 307 E. X2di St. 595 

Federation for Child Study: 

Chapter L, 230 W. 97th St. . . 206 

Chapter III., no E. 73 rd St. . . 60 

Chapter IV., 322 W. 72nd St. . 17 

Fire Department: 
Engine Companies: 



1, 165 W. 29th St. . 

2, 530 W. 43 rd St. 

4, 119 Maiden Lane 

5, 340 £. 14th St . 

6, 113 Liberty St. . 

7, 100 & 102 Duane St 

8, 165 E. 51st St. . 
zo, 8 Stone St. 
XX, 437 E. Houston St. 
12, 261 William St. 

14, 14 E. 1 8th St. 

15, 269 Henry St. 
17, 91 Ludlow St. . 
20, 47 Lafayette St. 
22, 159 E. 85th St. . 

25, 342-5th St. . 

26, 220 W. 37th St. 

27, 173 Franklin St 

29, z6o Chambers St 

30, 282 Spring St . 

31, 87-91 Lafayette St 
33, 42-44 Great Jones St 
35, 223 E. iz9th St 
37, 83 Lawrence St 

39, 157 E. 67th St . 

40, 153 W. 68th St . 

41, 330 E. 150th St . 
43, Sedgwick Ave. nr. Burnside Ave 

46, 715 E. 176th St . 

47, 500 W. 113th St 

48, 2504 Webster Ave. 

53, 175 E. 104th St 

54, 304 W. 47th St 

55, 363 Broome St . 

56, 120 W. 83rd St 

57, Fireboat "New Yorker," Battery 
59, 180 W. 37th St . 
61, Main St, Westchester 
64, Castlehill Ave., Unionporf 
66, Fireboat "William Strong," Ft 

of Grand St. E. River 
70, 169 Scofield St, City Island 

73, 655 Prospect Ave. 

74, 207 W. 77th St. 

75, 2085 Jerome Ave. 

76, 105 W. 102nd St 

79, 2928 Briggs Ave. 

80, 503 W. 139th St 



367 
230 
Z90 
142 

177 
179 

226 

328 

322 

536 

362 

261 

324 

440 

480 

398 

573 
26 

Z30 

539 
88 

129 

zoz 

321 

345 
53a 

21 

77 

2ZO 
254 
23 
313 
185 

117 

X87 
127 

x,i99 

2J 

582 

37 
286 

666 
30 

499 
24 

244 



VOLUMBS 

Stations. Circulated. 

Fire Department, cont'd, 

81, Albany Rd. nr. Bailey Ave., 

Kingsbridge ■ * • 5^ 

82, Intervale Ave. & z69th St . 174 

84, 515 W. i6ist St . . . 253 

85, Ft of 35th St — Hudson River. 24 
88, Belmont Ave. bet 182nd & z83rd 

Sts. no 

Hook and Ladder Companies: 

z, Z04 Duane St ... . 3Z3 

2, Z26 E. 50th St. . . . . 160 

4, 48th St. & 8t1i Ave. ... 104 

5, 96 Charles St 209 

6, Canal & Allen Sts. . 302 

8, 7 N. Moore St nr. Broadway . 354 

9, 209 Elizabeth St ... 77 

zo, Z9Z Fulton St 169 

zz, 742 Fifth St 151 

Z2, 243 W. 20th St . . . . 354 

z6, Z57 E. 67th St 662 

Z7, 589 E. Z43rd St 90 

z8, 84 Attorney St 2Z9 

Z9, 886 Forest Ave 357 

22, 766 Amsterdam Ave. . ZZ7 

24, ZZ3-ZZ5 W. 33rd St . . . 427 

25, 2Z5 W. 77th St 342 

26, 52 E. zz4th St 377 

27, 7Z3 E. Z76th St Z2Z 

30, Z04 W. Z35th St 337 

34f 515 W. z6zst St z6o 

35, Z70 W. 63rd St . . . . Z65 

37, 2930 Briggs Ave. ... 16 

38, 2223 Belmont Ave. ... 43 

Five Points House of Industry, Z55 Worth 
St 

Miss Bradford 749 

Mr. McKee ii459 

Five Points Mission, 63 Park St . . zo,033 

• Florence Crittenton Mission, 2z & 23 

Bleecker St 50 

• Flower Hospital, Ave. A cor. E. 63rd 

St Z51 

Fort Schuyler Library, Westchester Vil- 
lage, N. Y 2,574 

Fiee Synagogue, 8z8t St bet Columbus 

& Amsterdam Aves. . . . • . 678 

• Friendly Aid Society, Summer Work, 

Spring Farm, Green's Farms, Conn. zoo 

Frocbel League, 6z E. 60th St . . 229 
Girls' Friendly Society: 

Calvary Parish House, za4 E. 22nd St Z5 
Holy Faith Church, z66th St & Trinity 

Ave 150 

Literature Class 230 

St Cornelius' Church, 423 W. 46th St 128 

St Thomas' Parish, 229 E. 59th St . 72 



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TABLE XIV— Continued. 



169 



Volumes 
Stations. Circulated. 

* God's Providence House, 330 Broome St. 97 
Gordon-Winston School, 530 West End 

Ave. 

Miss Gates 374 

Miss Pinkham , * . it<x>5 
Miss Trout 161 

* Gouverneur Hospital, Day Camp West- 

field, Ft. of Jackson St., E. River . 100 
Grace Chapel Evening School, 415 E. 

13 th St 3f054 

Grace Church Home, 414 E. Z4th St. . 130 
Misses Graham Boarding School, 42 

Riverside Drive .... 803 
Hamilton Institute for Girls, 3 W. 8ist 

St 240 

Hawthorne School, Hawthorne, N. Y. . 464 
Hebrew Orphan Asylum, Amsterdam 

Ave. and 138th Gt 137 

* Hebrew Sheltering and Immigrant Aid 

Society, 229 East Broadway . . 74 
Hebrew Sheltering Guardian Society 
Orphan Asylum, 150th St. and Broad- 
way . 2,341 

Hebrew Technical Institute for Gir]». . 6»i47 
Helpers, iz2 East 86th St. . . 9,606 

Henry St. Settlement, 265 Henry St. . 115 
Holy Cross School, 4th St. and Ave. C. 3,457 
*Home for Aged and Infirm Hebrews, 

zo5th St. nr. Columbus Ave. . . 79 
Home for the Friendless, 936 Woody- 
crest Ave 334 

"Home Garden'' Settlement, 405 East 

ii6th St 246 



Home Libraries: 

Agnew, Margaret, Clafon Point Road, 
Westchester, N. Y. C. . 

Amdur, Sarah, 11 31 Vysc Ave. 

Asch, Goldie, 517 East 87th St. . 

Axelrod, Benjamin, 521 East 146th St 

Bael, Jacob, 747 East 152nd St. . 

Bauer, Martha, 693 East i35fh St. 

Baumohl, Leo, 155 East 105th St. 

Bogart, Mrs. C. P., 954 Anderson Ave 

Bossie, Jennie, 533 East 144th St. 

Boyle, Henry, 598 Mott Ave. 

Breitenbach, Lillian, 661 East i6ist St 

Buschman, Helen, 466 Mott Ave. 

Carroll, James, 134 Leonard St. 

Clinch, Grace, 243 East 103rd St. 

Curtis, Mrs. M. E., 137 West 145th St 

Devine, Mrs. Mary, 530 East Z45th St 

Dithridge, E. L., Ferris Road, Throgg's 
Neck, Westchester 

Donaldson, Mrs., 15 Livingston Place 

Doobin, Hyman, 17 Rector St. 

Dooley, Mrs. F. A., 388 East 144th St 



69 

no 

62 

22 

142 

147 

98 
80 

7 

X24 

177 
926 

337 

37 
90 

51 

zo 

ZZ2 
ZZO 



Stations. 



VOLUMBfl 

Circulated. 



Home Libraries, confd. 

Doyle, M. E., 539 West 49th St. 
Eaton, Edward, 543 East Z37th St. 
Ettman, Bella, 672 Tinton Ave. 
Federhart, Herbert, 606 Moft Ave. 
Fidler, Frank, 279^ Third Ave. 
Finder, Harry, 475 Brook Ave. . 
Finkelstone, Morris, 820 Dawson St 
Friedlander, Daniel, 456 Willis Ave 
Frooks, Dorothy D., 225 Chrystie St 
Gano, Lamar, 5Z8 East Z46th St. 
Geller, Hup;o, 969 Whitlock Ave. 

Hunt's Point, N. Y. C. . 
* Giblin, Mrs. John, 6Z4 East z6th St 
Goldberg, Charles, 73Z East Z56th St 
Goldberg, Julius, 2968 Briggs Ave 
Golub, Bernard, 69Z Wales Ave. 
Goodwin, Harry, 62Z Union Ave. 
Green, Mrs. F. A., ZZ4 East Z9th Sf. 
Greenbaum, Rose, 704 Eagle Ave. 
Green$tein, Mathilde V., ZZ85 Simpson 

Grossman, John, 484 East Z42nd St 
Hahn, Alexander, 249 East 7th St 
Heartt, Bessie H., 33 Kelly St . 
Heilpern, Mrs. F., 770 East z6oth St 
Holder, Mrs. A. K., 3477 Bailey Ave 
Huebshman, Louis, Z2 West zz7th St 
Jacobs, Frances, 536 East 5th St 
Jadofsky, Henry, ^Z4 East Z48th St 
Johnston, Mrs. Fannie, 239 East zz3th 

St 

Jones, Frank, 496 Bergen Ave. . 
Kass, Abram, 284 East Z49th St 
Kerin, Benjamin, 44 East 7th St. 
Korn, Hortense, Z49 West zz9th St 
Korn, Ray, 878 Longwood Ave. 
Kiirmess, Alexander, 33 z First Ave. 
Lasko, Ludwig, Z433 Madison Ave. 
Levy, Joseph, 520 East Z46th St 
Lintz, Joseph, 54 East 3rd St. 
MacDowell, Mrs. Edward, Z33 East 

Z9th St 

McEntyre, Annie, 634 East z6th St. 
MacLean, Mary, 526 West 53rd St 
Markel, Lester, ZZ19 Forest Ave. 
Maus, Gustave, 224th St., Williams- 
bridge, N. Y. C. . 
Menefce, Mrs. A. W., Z90 Second Ave, 
Meyer, Fred, 635 East Z7th St . 
Miller, Dora, ZZ44 Tinton Ave. 
Murphy, Mrs. Kate, 543 West 49th St 
Nassau, Joseph, 483 East 141st St 
Newberg, Harry, 496 East Z39th Sf 
Quinn, John F., 630 East Z7th St 
Randolph, Mrs. Maud, Z5 East 33rd St 
Rankin, Helen M., 503 West Z2zst St 



z6 

46 
26 
69 

2Z2 

Z67 

26 

Z2Z 

73 

Z96 
85 

224 
225 

^3 

2 

z68 

256 

34 
194 

Z09 

29 
zz 

Z20 

68 
284 

ZZ2 

Z9Z 

Z56 

33 

3a 

84 
30 

157 

79 
zzz 

20 

Z96 

Z2 

Z85 

z6z 

75 
295 

38 
69 

"4 
Z52 

14 
45 



* Worn oat books. 



170 



TABLE XlV^Continued. 



Volumes 
Stations. Circulated. 

Home Libraries, confd, 

Rawcliff, Blanche, 639 East 233rd St, 

Wakefield, N. Y. C. . 74 

Reynolds, Sadie, 415 East 22nd St . 157 

Rivola, Marion K., 546 East 86th St 172 

Robbins, Dr. Marie, 76 East xoist St 72 
Ruben, Mrs. Leah, 752 Westchester 

Ave 93 

Russnow, Irving, 5x1 East X50th St . 60 

Scheer, David, 472 East X46th St . 35 

Scher, Anna, 95 East 7th St. . . x6o 

Sniffin, Harriet L., 467 West x64th St 31 

Springer, Benjamin, 440 East X47th St 260 

Staff libraries 2»743 

Steckle, Samuel, 756 Union Ave. . 184 

Stern, Joseph, 725 Cauldwell Ave. . 150 

Stern, Mark J., 834 East 155th St . 31 

Strahl, Peter, 645 East 17th St . . 24 

Tait, Grace L., 57 Mt Hope Place . 12 

Weiss, Morris, 5x0 East X50th St . ixo 

Wenderoff, Morris M., 73 East 4th St 68 

Youngwitz, Milton, 5x5 Concord Ave. 40 

Home Traveler's Club, 3 Hamilton Ter< 

race 14Z 

Hospital for Ruptured and Crippled 

Children, X35 East 42nd St. . . 3,937 

Hotel Martha Washington, 29 East 29th 

St x,7xo 

* House of Aquila, 130 Stanton St. . 144 

* House of the Annunciation, 3740 Broad- 

way ICO 

House of the Holy Comforter, X39th St 

and Riverside Drive ... 67 
House of the Holy Family, X36 Second 

Ave «»5oo 

House of Refuge, Randall's Island. 

•Mrs. Beattys 3x5 

•Mr. Beyers '>250 

Hudson-Fulton Celebration, 
Boys' Indian Camp, Van Cortlandt 

Park 62 

Individual Students .... 33 

Hudson Guild Library, 436 West 27th St 2,025 

Individual Teachers and Students i)704 
•Isaac T. Hopper Home, xxo Second 

Ave. x,309 

Ilialian Study Class, 2x37 Seventh Ave. 3X 

Jewish Working Girls' Society, Vacation 

Home, Bellport, L. I. . . xx8 
John F. Curry Association, 4x3 West 

57th St xox 

John Hall Memorial Chapel, 342 East 

63rd St ...... 673 

Judson Literary Society, 55 Washington 

Square » 2X 

Kennedy House, 423 West 43 rd St 306 



Volumes 
Stations. Circulated. 

Home Libraries, confd. 

Elnights of Columbus, Liberty Council, 

35X West 48th St 145 

Kohut School for Bo3rs, 2041 Seventh Ave. 94 

Lebanon Hospital Training School for 
Nurses, East x5oth St and West- 
chester Ave 67 

Lenox Art Academy, 19 East X30th St . 7,351 
•Lincoln Hospital and Home, East X4X8t 

St and So. Boulevard . no 

Little Mothers' Aid Association: 
• Holiday Home, Bartow, N. Y. C. . 49 

Home library station, x6 Greenwich St 1,388 

McConnell and Co., 4 West 22nd St . ^8 

Madison Square Church House, 436 

Third Ave 1,080 

Madonna Mission, 4x5 West 59th St . 20 

• "Majestic," Bowery Lodging House, 270 

Bowery X05 

Master School Day Nursery, 5x9 East 

86th St 299 

Miriam Osborne Home, Boston Post Road, 

Rye, N. Y 225 

Mission Study Class, Emmanuel Baptist 

Church, Williamsbridge . . . xx 

Model Flat "Sarah Porter," 235 West 

63rd Sf 59 

•Montifiore Home, X38th St and Broad- 
way X28 

Music School Settlement, 53 East 3rd St .91 

National Biscuit Ca, X5th St and xoth 

Ave 3»55^ 

National Cloak and Suit Ca, 207 West 

24th St ..... . 5t^^9 

• New York City Baptist Mission Socieljy, 

x62 Second Ave 79 

New York Colored Mission, Young Men's 
Social and Literary Club, 225 West 

30th St 86 

New York Life Insurance Co., 346 Broad- 
way 10,705 

• New York Magdalen Benevolent Home, 

Dyckman St Inwood-on-Hudson . 545 

• New York Society for Prevention of 

Cruelty to Children, 297 Fourth Ave. 148 
New York State Reformatory for Women, 

Bedford, N. Y. .... 7x0 
New York University: Summer School. 

Children's School Farm . . 3,480 

Course in Pedagogy .... 10^746 

Kindergarten Course .... 6,960 
New York University. 

Dr. W. E. Waters, Washington Sq. . 89 

•Newsboys' Home Club, 74 East 4th St 200 

• Newsboys' Lodging House, X4 New 

Chambers St 2,237 



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TABLE XIV— Continued. 



171 



Volumes 
Stations. Circulated. 

Normal College Alumnc Settlement, 446 

East 72nd St 613 

Normal College Annexes: 

No. 93, Amsterdam Ave, & 93rd St. 

Miss Bildersee 39 

Miss Cramer 49 

Miss Reed . . . V • ^^ 

No. 165, Amsterdam Ave. & xoSth St. 

Miss Beckwith ..... 8 

Miss Coan . . . 143 

Miss Daly 16 

Miss Lord 196 

Miss Mullen 33 

No. 186, Amsterdam Ave. & X45th St. 

Miss Lord 20 

Miss Morrill 3 

Miss Schott 6 

Nurse's Settlement, Stillman Branch, 205 

West 60th St 738 

01 in Girl's Circle, 70X East 2x2th St . x6x 

The '^Orchard" Library, Chappaqua, 

Westchester Co., N. Y. . . 78 

Our Lady of Lourdes' School, 6x0 West 

141st St teo 

Peabody Home, 2060 Boston Road . . 192 

* Peoples Home Church & Settlement, 

543*547 Ssst nth St ... 79 

Police Department: 

Bureau of Detectives, 300 Mulberry St x,7X9 
Branch Bureau of Detectives, x62nd St 

& Brook Ave x86 

Polish-English Evening School, 274 East 

loth St 3X 

Presbyterian Chinese Mission, 223 E. 3xst 

St X32 

Presbyterian Home for Aged Women, 49 

East 73rd St 296 

Presbyterian Home Missions: 

Bohemian Presbjrterian Church, X2X7 

Washington Ave 639 

Bronx Italian Mission, 6x9 Morris Ave. 5x4 
First Magyar Presbyterian Church, 3x2 

Pleasant Ave 6 

German Presbyterian Zion Church, 58 x 

East x65th St 299 

Italian Mission, 2050 First Ave. . 3,207 

* Presbyterian Hospital, 70th St & Madi- 

son Ave 75 

Protestant Half Orphan Asylum, xxo 

Manhattan Ave 2»957 

* Roosevelt Hospital, 59th St & 9th Ave. X25 
St Agatha's School, 553-559 West End 

Ave. 

Miss Chapin 209 

Miss Poole 68 

Miss Sebring 184 

•Worn 



Volumes 
Stations. Circulated. 

St Agnes School, X52-X56 East 44th St 157 
St Bartholomew's Girls' Club, 209 East 

42nd St IX 

St Catherine's Academy, 539 West X52nd 

St 5»o«7 

St Cecilia's Institute, 220 East xo6th St 13,053 
St Gabriel's High School, 3XX East 36th 

St 1,055 

St George's Library, 207 East x6th St 253; 
St Ignatius' School, 46 East 84th St . 41 

St Jerome's School, 230 Alexander Ave. 24,143 
St John the Baptist Community of New 

York City: 
St Christopher's Ralston, Morris Ca, 

N. J ixo 

St John the Baptist House, 233 East 

X7th St 407 

St John the Baptist School, 23 x East 

17th St 185 

St Michael's Home, Mamaroneck, 

M> I.. . . . . . . 13 

St Mary's School, 8 East 46th St xa 

St Maiys School, 2x6th St & Barnes 

Ave 339 

St. Nicholas of Tolentine, 2342 Andrews 

Ave. ....... 2X1 

St Paul Club, 29 Vesey St . . . 2,45a 
St Rose's Settlement, 257 East 7xst St 2,990 
St Teresa's School, xo Rutgers St 2,X77 

St Thomas' Academy, ix8th St nr. 

Lenox Ave 338 

St. Thomas the Apostle's School, xx8th 

St & St Nicholas Ave. . . 45,985 

St. Thomas Acquinas School, Daly Ave. 

& 176th St 559 

* Sarah Scherroerhorn House, Milford, 

Conn. xoo 

*Seton Hospital, Spuyftn Duyvil . . xo6 
Shut-in Society, X265 Broadway . . 222 
Siegel & Cooper Company's Employees' 

Association, 6th Ave. & x8th St . 9,344 
Summer Home, Reed's Farm, Valley Cot- 
tage, N. Y x8x 

Sunday Schools: 
Beacon Light Mission, 2373 Third 

Ave 57 

Camp Memorial, X4X Chrystie St. . XX4 
Church of the Holy Apostles, 9th Ave. 

& 28th St xox 

Emanuel Baptist Church, Park Ave., 

Willi amsbridge .... 27 

Forest Ave. Congregational Church, 

761 East x66th St .... 884 
Fort Washington Reformed Church, 

4200 Broadway 69 

Grace Evangelical Lutheran Church, 

2924 Valentine Ave. . . . 166 

out books. 



172 



TABLE XTV-^ontinuid, 



Volumes 
Stations. Circulated. 

Holyrood Church, xSist St & Broad- 
way. 137 

Madison Ave. Baptist Church, Madison 

Ave. & 3xst St 183 

Mount Hope M. £., 57 Mt Hope Place. 294 
North Church, 15 5th St & Amsterdam 

Ave 470 

Northminster Church, 141 West 1x5th 

St 878 

St Luke's, Convent Ave. & X4xst St. x6 

St Stephen's Mission, Wood lawn Hts. x8x 
Scotch Presbyterian, 3 West 95th St 489 
Spring St Presbyterian, 244 Spring St 336 
Sunnyside, 349 East X46th St. . 646 

Wakefield Grace M. E., Wakefield . 763 
Washington Heights M. E., X53rd St 

& Amsterdam Ave 6 

West Park Baptist, 92nd St & Amster- 
dam Ave 3x9 

Woodlawn M. E., Woodlawn, N. Y. C. x,xx8 
Student's Club, 32 Waverley Place 6 

Third Ave. Railroad Company, X3oth St. 

& Third Ave. . . X96 

Thomas Davidson Jr., Breadwinners' 

Club, 307 Henry St ... 37 

Thomas Davidson Jr., Club No. i, 307 

Henry St 5x2 

Thomas Davidson Jr., Club No. 4, 307 

Henry St x,x7o 

Thomas Davidson School, 307 Henry St X90 
Transfiguration Circulating Library, 29 

Mott St 164 

Transfiguration Club, 105 Park St . 200 
Trinity Mission House, 2zx Fulton St . xo 

Trinity School, 145 West 9xst St . . xo8 
Union Settlement, 237 East 104th St . X57 
United States Army, Coast Artillery 

Corps, Fort Schuyler, N. Y. C. . 2x6 
• United States Revenue-Cutter Service, 

Barge Office x,teo 

University Place Church, 47 University 

Place 225 

•Vanderbilt Clinic, 60th St & Amster- 
dam Ave. xoo 

Virgil School of Music, 80th St & Broad- 
way 267 

Walton Kindergarten, 237 West 63rd St 2X 

Washington Square Home for Friendless 

Girls, 9 West 8th St . . . 756 
Welcome House Settlement, 223 East 13th 

St 82 

West 57th Street Kindergarten Club, 

57th St nr. xith Ave. ... xo 



Volumes 
Stations. Circulated. 

Western Electric Company, 463 West St 2,408 
White Door Settlement, 2xx Clinton St xoo 
Wilson Industrial School, 239 W. 69th St 270 
Wright Oral School, x Mount Morris 

Park West X3 

Young Americans' Scientific Club, 625 E. 

5th St ..... . 25 

Young Men's Christian Association 
Branches : 
Colored, 252 W. 53rd St . . . 60 

East Side, 153 £. 86th St . . . 2,067 
Fort Jay, Fort Jay, N. Y. . . X59 

Union, E. X49th St & St Ann's Ave. 189 
Washington Heights, 531 W. X55th St x8o 
West Side, 318 W. 57th St 

Mr. Gordon 48 

Mr. Hills 8x 

Young Men's Christian Association 
Camps : 
Columbia, Bantam, Conn. . . 345 

Dudley, Wcstport, N. Y. . . X67 

Harlem, Adams Corners, Peekskill, 

N. Y X50 

Oscawanna, Oscawanna Lake, Peeks- 
kill, N. Y. . . . 200 
Young Men's Christian Association, In- 
duslfrial Department: 
Black & Boyd Company, 434 E. 23rd St 42 
Cameron Steam Pump Works, 433 E. 

23rd St 97 

Devoe-Reynolds Company, xoo Horatio 

St 2 

Enos Company, 7th Ave. & x6th St 375 
Garvin Machine Company, Spring & 

Varick Sts. 140 

Otis Elevator Company, xxth Ave. & 

27th St X97 

Weber Piano Company, 7th Ave. & 

X7th St X23 

William Bronze Company, 556 W. 

27th St X73 

Young Women's Christian Association, 

7 E. 15th St X2>445 

Y. W. C. A. West Side Branch, 458-460 

W. 44th St 121 

Y. W. C. A. Harlem Branch, 74 W. 

X24th St XX9 

Y. W. C. A. National Training School, 

3 Gramercy Park .... 106 
Y. W. C. A. Smith & Kaufmann Com- 
pany, 549 W. X32nd St . . . 256 



Total for Manhattan and the Bronx 975,986 



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173 



Statin Island Stations. 



Stations. 



Volumes 
Circulated. 



Department of Educatioa: 
Elementary Schools: 
Na 3, Pleasant Plaint. 

Mrs. Dean 

Mr. Hakes . 

Miss McDonald 

Miss Pounding 

Miss Seery 

Miss Selby . 

Miss Tate 
Na 4, Kreischerville. 

Miss Cocks 

Miss Dailey . 

Miss E. £. Hoag . 

Miss L. R. Hoag . 

Miss Houston 

Miss Lacey 

Mr. Wallace 
No. 6, Rossville 
No. 8, Great Kills 
No. 9, New Dorp . 
No. iz, Dongan Hills 
No. 12, Stapleton 
No. 13, Rosebank 
No. 14, Stapleton. 

Miss Carroll . 

Miss Wakelee 

Miss Walsh 
No, 17, New Brighton 
No. 21, Port Richmond 
No. 22, Graniteville 
No. 23, Mariner's Harbor 
No. 24, Summerville 
No. 2Sf Chelsea Road, Bloomfield 
No. z6, Linoleum vi lie 
No. 28, Fresh Kills Road. 
No. 29, Castleton Corners 
No. 30, Westerleigh 



No. 32, Annex to P. S. Z2, 
No. 33, Grant City . 
No. 34, Fingerboard Road, 
worth 



High Schools: 

Curtis, New Brighton 

Mothers' Clubs: 

No. 16, Tompkinsville 

Nob 23, Mariner's Harbor 

No. 26, Linoleumville 

No. 30, Westerleigh . 

No. 34, Fort Wadsworth 
Public Lecture Course. 

Curtis High School, New Brighton. 

Department of Public Charities: 

New York City Farm Colony, Castk- 
ton Corners, West New Brighton . 



Stapleton 
Ft. Wads 



177 
X48 
263 
82 
430 

45 
95 

558 
a7a 

X69 

246 

138 

165 

72 

569 

i»773 
X31 
445 
5«5 

I1I38 

23 

30 
142 

63 
139 
363 
179 
234 

4,720 
584 
320 

40 
506 

30 
290 

2,267 

974 

2,276 
xz 

X99 
2,428 

612 

29 



222 



Volumes 
Circulated. 



Stations. 

Fire Department: 
2xst Battalion Headquarters, 481 Rich- 
mond Road, Stapleton ... 75 
Fire Boat "Zophar Mills," St George 
Dock 85 

Engine Companies: 

202, Rosebank xaS 

203, Stapleton $2$ 

204, Tompkinsville .... 260 

205, New Brighton .... 170 
208, Mariner's Harbor . . 549 

Hook & Ladder Companies: 
xoi, Tottenville .... aox 

Z02, Stapleton $$% 

X03, New Brighton .... 722 
X05, Port Richmond .... 429 

Fort Wadsworth Library, Fort Wads- 
worth 396 

Great Kills Free Library Club, Great 

Kills 6,83X 

Home for Seamen's Children, New 

Brighton 96 

Home Libraries: 

Ballou, Fred, 164 Penn. Ave., Rose- 
bank 47 

Bundschuh, Frank, 13 Wall St, Rose- 
bank 68 

Burrows, Helen L., X2 Caroline St, 
West Brighton 41 

Erickson, Edward, New Creek, South 
Beach 20 

Evans, Mrs. W. C, 50 Hope Ave., 
Rosebank 36 

Faire, May, 58 Maple Ave., Rosebank. xo 

Geary, Mrs. John, Cary Ave., West 
Brighton 338 

Guion, Mrs. J. A., 28 We3rman Place, 
Rosebank X20 

Haas, Elsie, 1209 New York Ave., 
Rosebank 6 

Hannula, Andrew, 958 New York Ave., 

Clifton xo 

Hartig, August, 202 Chestnut Ave., 
Rosebank 30 

Haywood, Maud, Fifth St., New 

Brighton 2X 

Kerr, Mrs. Clara, Linoleumville . 323 

Leonard, Mrs. Frank, Linoleumville . 47 

Mildrum, Roy, N. Y. Ave. & High St., 

Fort Wadsworth . . . . 15 

Perricone, Benjamin, Graniteville . xx 

Scholes, Mabel A, Linoleumville . X40 

Smith, Milton, 139 Penn. Ave. Rose- 
bank 3a 

Staff Libraries 63 



174 



TABLE XLV— Concluded. 



Volumes 
Stations. Circulated. 

Vanderbilt, Mrs. J. M., Main Ave, 

Westerleigh 55 

Vazzana, Jennie, 106 St. Mary's Ave., 

Rosebank 57 

Wardlaw, Sara, Bayview House, Ware- 
town, Ocean Co., N. J. . . . 30 
Huguenot Park Library Asoociation, 

Huguenot Park 2,809 

Individual Teachers & Students . . 62 

Kreischerville Library, Kreischerville . Sao 
Lakevicw Home, Brighton Heights . 24 

Linoleumville Library, Linoleumyille . 73 

Mariner's Harbor Library, cor. Washing- 
ton Ave. & Harbor Road . . 316 
Mission of the Immaculate Virgin, Mount 

Loretto, Boys' Department 338 

Mission of the Immaculate Virgin, Mount 

Loretto, Girls' Department . . 104 
New Brighton Day Nursery, 5th St, 

New Brighton 935 



Volumes 
Stations. Circulatbd. 

New Dorp Public Library, New Dorp . 5,145 

Rosebank Library, Rosebank . . . 36 

RoBsville Library, Rossyille • . . 7,66 
Sunday Schools: 

Calvary Presbyterian, West Brighton. $94 
Immanuel Bible School, College Ave., 

West New Brighton .... 537 
Mariner's Harbor Baptist Bible School, 

Continental Place, Mariner's Harbor. 353 
St. Simon's Parish, Concord . . . 193 
Travel Study Club, Westerleigh . . 38 
Westerleigh Public Library, Wester- 
leigh 3i935 

Y. M. C. A. Army Branch, Fort Wads- 
worth 46 



Total for Staten Island . . 53,564 
Total for Manhattan & Bronx 975,986 

Total . . . 1,028,550 



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Bonrg^eois (£mile). Le secret du Regent, et 
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introduction. London: T, Fisher Unwin^ 1908. 
2 p.l., vii-xii, I l.| 293 (i) p., I 1., I plan, 26 pi. 
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Carr6 (Henri). Le r^gne de Louis xv (I7I5- 
l774). Paris: Hachette 6* C«>., 1909. 2 p.l., 
427 (i) p. 8"*. (In: £. Lavisse: Histoire de 
France. . . T. 8, partie 2.) 

Clay (Rotha Mary). The mediaeval hospitals 

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Bristol. London: Methuen S* Co. [1909]. xxii, 

I i-. 357 (^) p.. 29 pi. 8*. (The antiquary's books.) 
Bibliography, pp. 339-342. 

Colour (The) of Paris; historic, personal, & 
local by Messieurs les Acad^miciens Goncourt. 
Under the general editorship of M. Lucien Des- 
caves. Illustrated by Yoshio Markino. With in- 
troduction by M. L. Ben^dite, conservateur du 
Musee National du Luxembourg, & an essay by the 
artist. London: Chatto dr* fVindus, 1908. xxxvi, 
264 p., 60 pi. 8°. 

Domassewski (Alfred von). Geschichte der 
rOmischen Kaiser. Mit . . . Portr&ts auf Tafeln, 
und . . . Kartenbeilagen. Leipsig: Quelle 6r* Meyer , 
1909. 2 V. 8°. 

Firth (Charles Harding). The last years of 
the Protectorate, 1656-1658. London: Longmans, 
Green 6r* Co,, 1909. 2 v. facsim., plan. 8°. 

Friedlaender (Ludwig). Roman life and 
manners under the early empire. Authorized trans- 
lation of the seventh enlarged. . .edition of the 
Sittengeschichte Roms, by Leonard A. Magnus. 
London: G. RoutUdge <Sr* Sons, Ltd, [1909]. 3 v. 
8^ 

Oostling^ (Frances M.) The Bretons at home. 
With an introduction by Anatole Le Braz. With . . . 
illus. in colour by G. F. Lescure . . . London : Me- 
thuen <&• Co. [1909]. xxiv, 304 p., 40 pi. 8*. 

Oower (Ronald Sutherland Leveson), JJtrd. 
Records and reminiscences selected from " My 
reminiscences " and " Old diaries." London: J, 
Murray, 1903. 4 p.l., xi-xiii, i 1., 624 p., i fac- 
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Haekwood (Frederick William). Inns, ales, 

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coloured and fifty-one half-tone illustrations. New 

York: Sturgis and Walton Co. [1909]. 392 p., 

I fac-sim., 39 pi., i port. 8**. 

Hall (John R.) The Bourbon Restoration. 
Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co,, 1909. vi, i 1., 
507(1) p., I port. 8*. 

Hardman (William). A history of Malta dur- 
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tions, 1798-1815. By the late William Hardman. 
Edited with introduction and notes by J. Holland 
Rose. New York: Lonpnans, Green, and Co,, 1909. 
liv. 657 p., 2 maps. 8°. 

Kropotkin (Piotr Aleksyeyevich),/rifff^. The 
great French Revolution, 1789-1793, by P. A. 
Kropotkin. Translated from the French by N. F. 
Dryhurst. New York: G. P. Putnam* s Sons, 1909. 
xi, 610 p. 8*. 

Laneiani (Rodolfo Amedeo). Wanderings in 
the Roman Campagna. London: Constable &* Co., 
1909. xiii, 378 p., I 1., I map, 5 pi. 8"*. 

Len6tre (Georges) ^j^sm/. o/L. L. T. Gosselin. 
The tribunal of the terror. A study of Paris in 
1 793-1 795. From the French of G. Len6tre. . .by 
F. Lees. With many illustrations. London: IV, 
Heinemann, 1909. x, I 1., 291 (i) p., 1 1 pi., 
6 port. 8*. 

Lynd (Robert). Home life in Ireland. With 
illustrations from photographs. London: Mills &* 
Boon, Ltd. [1909]. xii, 317 p., 18 pi. 8**. 

Maxwell {Sir Herbert Eustace). A century of 
empire, 1 801-1900. v. i. London: E, Arnold, 
1909. ports. •8®. 

Miltonn (Francis), /j^t^. ofl/l, F. Mansfield. 
Castles and chateaux of old Burgundy and the 
border provinces. . . With many illustrations. . .by 
Blanche McManus. Boston: L, C. Page 6f* Co,, 
1909. ix (i), 333 p., 2 maps, 40 pi. 8°. 

Rodfl^erti (Joseph). The scenery of Sherwood 
Forest, with an account of some eminent people 
once resident there. London: T, F, Unwin, 1908. 
xiii, 445 P- iiius. 4**. 

Rnmbold {Sir Horace). The Austrian court 
in the nineteenth century. With eighteen illustra- 
tions. London: Methuen dr* Co, [1909]. x, 383 
(i) p., 7 pi., II port. 8°. 

St. Holier (Mary Stewart Mackenzie), Lady, 
Memoirs of fifty years. London: E. Arnold, 1909. 
viii. 358 p., 2 pi., 4 port. 3. imp. 8'. 

SittonfeldXLudwig). Geschichte des Breslauer 
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JUnger, 1 909. ix, 378 p. 8°. 

Villiers-Wardell (Janie). Spain of the 
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Broadley. Napoleon and the invasion of Eng- 
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2 V. 8^ 

Wolfart (Karl). Geschichte der Stadt Lindau 
im Bodensee. Im Auftrag der Stadtgemeinde 
unter Mitwirkung von F. Joetze, H. Loewe, Stett- 
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SUtiner^ 1909. 2 v. in 3. ill. 8°. 

Africa. 

Berg^er (A.) In Afrikas Wildkammern als 
Forscher und Jager. Berlin: P, Party , igio. xvi, 
431 (i) p., I map, 34 pi. 4'. 

Hone (Percy F.) Southern Rhodesia. London: 
G, Bell and Sons^ 1909. xv, 406 p., 2 maps, 8 pi. 

8^ 

Lang^held (Wilhelm). Zwanzig Jahre in 
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xii, 431 p., 2 maps, i port. 8**. 

Lorimer (Norma). By the waters of Egypt. 
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(La mort de Philse.) Translated from the French 
by W. P. Baines. With eight illustrations in 
colour by A. Lamplough. ^ew York: Duffield dr* 
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Miethe (Adolf). Unter der Sonne OberHgyp- 
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photog^aphischen Naturaufnahmen des Verfassers. 
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Morel (Edmund Deville). Great Britain and 
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maps. 8''. 

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Nyika. Further adventures in British East Africa. 
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1909. xiv, I 1., 389 p., I map. 8**. 

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Wilson {Lady Sarah I.) South African memo- 
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2. impression. 8**. 

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2 maps, 16 pi. 8°. 

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Bockenheimer (Philipp). Rund um Asien. . . 
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Biermann, 1909. xv, 479 p., i map, i pi. 4**. 



Hedin (Sven). Transhimalaja. Entdeckungen 
und Abenteuer in Tibet. Mit 397 Abbildungen 
nach photographischen Aufnahmen, Aquarellen 
und Zeichnungen des Verfassers und mit 10 Karten. 
Leipzig: F, A. Brochhaus, igog, 2 v. illus. 8". 

Macdonald (Alexander). Through the heart 
of Tibet. Illustrated by W. Rainey. London: 
Blackie and Son, 1910. 3 p.l., 5-384 p., 8 pi. 12*. 

Mackay (Kenneth). Across Papua: being an 
account of a voyage round, and a march across the 
territory of Papua, with the Royal Commission. 
With forty plates from photographs, and a folding 
map. London: Withtrby ^ Co., 1909. xvi, 
192 p., 4 maps, 40 pi. 8°. 

MeNab (Robert). Murihiku: a history of the 
South Island of New Zealand and the islands adja- 
cent and lying to the south, from 1642 to 1835. 
Wellington, M. Z.: IVhitcombe 6r* Tombs, 1909. 
xiv, 1 1., 499 (i) p., 3 charts, i map, 4 pi., 3 ports. 

8'. 
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Menpes (Mortimer). China by M. Menpes* 
Text by Sir Henry Arthur Blake. London: A. 
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Mosskowski (Max). Auf nenen Wegen durch 
Sumatra: Forschungsreisen in Ost- und Zentral- 
Sumatra (1907). Berlin: D. Reimer, 1909. 327 
(f) p., 2 maps, I plan, 2 pi. illus. 8**. 

Seholefield(Guy H.) New Zealand in evo- 
lution; industrial, economic and political. With an 
introduction by the Hon. W. Pember Reeves. Lon- 
don: T. Fisher Unwin, 1909. xxiv, 363 (l) p., 
I map, 43 pi. 8^. 

Stuart (John). Burma through the centuries : 
being a short account of the leading races of Burma, 
of their origin, and of their struggles for supremacy 
throughout past centuries; also of the three Bur- 
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Vols (Wilhelm). Nord-Sumatra. Bericht ttber * 
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Bd. X. Die Bataklander. 

Walker (H. Wilfrid). Wanderings among 
South Sea savages and in Borne6 and the Philip- 
pines. London: Wither by &* Co., 1909. xvi, 
254 p., 48 pi. 8*. 

White (John Claude). Sikhim & Bhutan: 
twenty-one years on the north-east frontier, 1887- 
1908. London: E. Arnold, 1909. xix, 331 (i)p., 
I facsim., i map, 37 pi., 3 port. 4*. 

Yung^ (Wing). My life in China and America. 
N'ew York: H. Holt <&• Co., 1909, 2 p.l., iii-vi, 
286 p., I port. 8". 

Zepelin (C. von). Der feme Osten: seine 
Geschichte, seine Entwicklung in der neuesten Zeit 
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Abbott (Alexander Crever). The principles of 
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Ashburn (P. M.) The elements of military 
hygiene: especially arranged for officers and men of 
the line. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co,, 1909. 
5p.l., (i) 4-314 P» I 1. "•. 

Boettner (Johannes). Wie zQchte ich Neuhei- 
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Abbildnngen im Text. Frankfurt a, Oder: Tro- 
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Bojee {Sir Rubert William). Mosquito or 
man ? The conquest of the tropical world. With 
illustrations. London: J, Murray, 1909. xvi, 
367 p., I facsim., 33 pi. 8^. 

DaTey (John). The tree doctor: the care of 
trees and plants, l/ew York: The Saalfield PubL 
Co, [cop. 1907I. I p.l., vii-xiii, 14-235 p., 4 1., 

1 pi. illus. 8 . 

Deirar (Douglas) , and F. Finn. The making 
of species. London: J, Lane, 1909. xix, i 1., 
400 p., II pi. 8**. 

Hertwigf (Oscar). Allgemeine Biologic. Jena: 
G, Fischer, 1909. xix, 728 p. 3. ed. 8**. 
Bibliogmphy to each chapter. 

Hotehinson (Woods). Preventable diseases. 
Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co,, 1909. vl, i 1., 
442 p., I 1. 12''. 

Kirkaldj (J. W.), and T. M. Drummond. 
An introduction to the study of biology. Oxford: 
The Clarendon Press, 1909. iv, i 1., 259 (i) p. 

12*. 

Bliiopf (Siegmund Adolphus). Tuberculosis: 
a preventable and curable disease. Modern methods 
for the solution of the tuberculosis problem. New 
York: Moffat, Yard &• Co,, 1909. 3 p.l., ix- 
xxxii, 3-394 p., I pi., I port, illus. 8*. 

Martineng^o-CesAreseo (Evelyn), Countess, 
The place of animals in human thought. London: 
T. F, Unwin, 1909. 376 p., 33 pi. 8'. 

Sehilliiig^ (Claus). Tropenhygiene. Leipzig: 
G, Thieme, 1909. vi, i 1., 571 p., 2 1., i map, 10 
pi. 8". 

Bibliography, pp. 5>5-5^* 

Seton (Ernest Thompson). Life histories of 
northern animals. An account of the mammals of 
Manitoba. New York: Ch, Scribner*s Sons, 1909. 

2 V. maps and drawings. 4**. 

vol. X. Grass-eatera. 
vol. a. Flesh-eaters. 

Sidis (Boris). An experimental study of sleep. 
(From the physiological laboratory of the Harvard 
Medical School and from Sidis' laboratory.) Boston: 
H, G, Badger, 1909. 4 p.l., 106 p. 8". 

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Sociology. 

Atherley-Jones (Llewellyn Archer). Com- 
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York: D, Appleton 6* Co,, 1907. xxii, 654 p., i 1. 
4*. 



Chorehill (Winston Leonard Spencer). Liber- 
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Stoughton, 1909. xxiii, 414 p. 2. ed. 12*. 

Docnmentarj (A) history of American indus- 
trial society; edited by John R. Commons, Ulrich 
B. Phillips. ..[and others]. Prepared under the 
auspices of the American Bureau of Industrial Re- 
search, with the co-operation of the Carnegie Insti- 
tution of Washington. With preface by Richard 
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Cleveland, O,: The A, H, Clark Co,, 1910. 8". 

Fald (Leonhard Felix). Police administration. 
A critical study of police organizations in the 
United Sutes and abroad. New York: G, P. 
Putnam* s Sons, 1909. xix, 551 p., 3 pL, I port 8*. 

NewnutB (George). Infant mortality, a social 
problem. London: Methuen and Co, [iqo6\, vii, 
356 Pm 7 charts, 7 maps. 8**. (The New Library 
of Medicine.) 

NovikoT (Yakov A.) La critique du Darwin- 
isme social. Par J. Novikow. Paris: F, Alcan, 
1910. 2 p.l., 406 p., I 1. 8**. 

Schina (Albert). Anti-pragmatism: an exami- 
nation into the respective rights of intellectual 
aristocracy and social democracy. Boston: Small, 
Maynard and Company [1909]. xx, (i) 22-317 p., 



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Sibley (Norman Wise) . Criminal appeal and 
evidence. London: T, Fisher Unwin, 1908. 404 p. 
8*. 

Stoddart (Jane T.) The new socialism: an 
impartial inquiry. London: Hodder and StoughUm, 
1909. viii, 271 p. 8*. 

Bibliography, pp. 4-90. 

Warsehaoer (Otto). Zur Entwicklungsge- 
schichte des Sozialismus. Berlin: F» VahUn, 
1909. xvi, 403 p. 8*. 

Economics. 

Baty (Thomas). International law. New York: 
Longmans^ Green dr* Co. , 1909. ix, 364 p. 8*. 

Hillier (Alfred Peter). The commonweal: a 
study of the federal system of political economy. 
London: Longmans, Green ^ Co,, 1909. xii, 162 p. 
12'. 

Johnson (Alvin Saunders). Introduction to 
economics. Boston: D, C, Heath &* Co,, 1909. 
xii. 404 p. 12**. 

Molesworth {Sir Guilford Lindsey). Economic . 
and fiscal facts and fallacies. London: Longmans, 
Green, and Co,, 1909. xii, 292 p., i pi. 12 . 

Posener (Paul). Rechtslexikon. Handwdrter- 
buch der Rechts- und Staatswissenschaften. Mit 
Unterstfltzung durch zahlreiche Mitarbeiter hrsff. 
von P. Posencr. Berlin: E, Weber, 1909. 2 v. 4, 

Small (Albion Woodbury). The cameralists, 
the pioneers of German social polity. Chicago: The 
Univ. of Chicago Press, 1909. xxv, 606 p. 12*. 

Sonnensehein (Heinrich). Die Bankpraxis* 
Herausgegeben von H. Sonnenschein. Wien: A, 
Holder, 19 10. xii, 400 p. 8". 

Industries and Industrial Arts. 

Bennett (Hugh Gamer). The manufacture of 
leather. London: Constable &* Co,, 1909. xxi, 
420 p., I pi. 8"*. 



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Field (Cvril). The story of the submarine 
from the earliest tkges to the present day. Phila- 
delphia: /. B, Uppincott Co, [1909]. xiv, 394 p., 
15 pi. illus. 8^ 

KorkonoT (N. M.) General theory of law. 
English translation by W. G. Hastings. Boston: 
Thi Boston Book Co.^ 1909. I p.l., xlv, 524 p. 8**. 

M»yer (Gustav). Johann Baptist von Schweit- 
zer nnd die Sozialdemokratie; ein Beitrag zur Ge- 
schichte der deutschen Arbeiterbewegang. Jena: 
G, Fischer^ 1909. vii, i 1., 448 p., vi p. 8*. 

Hardman (Thomas H.) A parliament of the 
press: the first Imperial Press Conference. Writ- 
ten and compiled by T. H. Hardman. With 
preface by the Earl of Rosebery. London: Horace 
Marshall ^ Son, 1909. xii, 248 p., i chart, 
T plan. 23 pi. 4°. 

Heilmayer (Josef A.) Lehrbuch f.Qr Buch- 
dnicker: Satz: Zum Gebrauche an gewerblichen 
Lehranstalten . . . 184 Figuren und Beispiele im 
Texte und 22 Beilagen. Wien: A, Holder, 19 10. 
iv, I 1., 208 p. 8°. 

Henni^ (Richard). Bahnen des Weltver- 
kehrs. Leipzig: J. A, Bar thy 1909. vii (i). 304 p. 
8". (Wissen und K5nnen. [Bd. 13.]) 

Hath (Fritz). Luftfahrzeugbau. Konstruktion 
von Luftschiffen und Flugmaschinen. Mit 275 
Abbildungen. . . Berlin: M, Krayn, 1909. 3 p.l., 
(i) 10-240 p., il,, 16 diag.,3 pi., I tab. 8". 

Illostriertes Landwirtschafts-Lexikon. Vi- 
erte, neubearbeitete Auflage; unter Mitwirkung 
von B. Dflrigen, M. Fesca...[and others] hrsg. 
von H. Werner. Mit 60 PortrHts und 1250 Text- 
abbildungen. Berlin: P, Parey, 1 9 10, iv, 
987 (I) p. 8\ 

James (Alice L.) Housekeeping for two: a 
practical guide for beginners. New York: G. P, 
Putnam* s Sons, 1909. viii, i 1., 426 p. 16**. 

Johnson (Emory Richard). Elements of trans- 
portation. A discussion of steam railroad, elec- 
tric railway, and ocean and inland water transpor- 
tation. New York: D, Appleton <5r* Co,, 1909. 
xvii, 360 p., I map, 2 blank forms, folded. 12°. 

Knauer(H.) Der Eisenbahnbau. Strelitzin 
Mecklenburg: M. Hittenkofer [1909]. 2 v. 4". 
(Unterrichtswerke fUr Selbstunterricht, Schule und 
Bureau.) 

T. I. Die Anlagea der freien Strecke. Weichen- u. Gleis- 
▼erbinduDgen. 
T. a. Bannhofsanlagen nebst. Signal-u. Sicherungswesen. 

Latimer (James Brandt). Railway signaling 
in theory and practice. Chicago: Mackenzie- Klink 
Publ, Co,, 1909. 420 p., I port. 12°. 

Layens (Georges de), and G. Bonnier. Cours 
complet d*apiculture (culture des abeilles). Ouvrage 
illustr^. . .d apr^s nature par A. Millot, P. Jamin, 
B. Herincq, J. Poinsot, etc. Paris: Librairie 
GMdrale de V Enseignement [1909]. 2 p.l., (i) 
4-445(1) p. Newed. 8*. 

liOcomotiTe dictionary. An illustrated vo- 
cabulary of terms which designate American rail- 
way locomotives, their parts, attachments, and 
details of construction, with definitions and illus- 
trations of typical British locomotive practice. 
5266 illustrations. Compiled for the American 



Railway Master Mechanics Association by G. L. 
Fowler. New York: The Railroad Age Gazette, 
1909. 3 p.l.. Ill (i) p., 1 1., 539 (i), 40 p. 4*. 

liOng^heed (Victor). Vehicles of the air. A 
popular exposition of modern aeronautics, with 
working drawings. Chicago : The Reilly and Brit- 
ton Co, [1909]. 2 p.l., 7-479 P»f 6 diag., 60 pi. 

8'. 

Lowes (Emily Leigh). Chats on old silver. 
With a coloured frontispiece, 54 full-page illustra- 
tions, and numerous line-drawings in the text. 
London: T, F. Unwin, 1909. xix, 320 p., 54 pi. 
8". ("Chats "scries.) 

Mares (George Carl). The history of the type- 
writer: being an illustrated account of the origin, 
rise and development of the writing machine. Lon- 
don: G, Pitman, 1909. 2 p.l., 318 p. 8". 

Mair (Percival Trentham). The practice of 
forestry; concerning also the financial aspect of 
afforestation. London: T. F. Unwin, 1909. 
xix(i), 503 (i) p. 8**. 

Nag^el (Oskar). Producer gas fired furnaces; 
detailed descriptions and illustrations of practical 
producer gas-fired furnaces of the chemical, metal 
. . .brick and ceramic industries. A handbook for 
engineers, chemists [&c.] With 237 illustrations. 
New York: the author, 1909. vi, 192 p. 8". 

Pier (Garrett Chatfield). Pottery of the Near 
East. New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1909. 
XV. 175 P« iiius. 12'. 

Rankin (George Arnold). An American trans- 
portation system; a criticism of the past and the 
present and a plan for the future. New York: 
G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1909. xv, 464 p. 8*. 
(Questions of the Day.) 

Redmayne (R. A. S.) Modern practice in 

mining. London: Longmans, Green and Co,, 

1908-09. 2 V. 8°. 

vol. I. Coal; its occurrence, value, and methods of boring. 
T908. 
vol. a. The sinking of shafts. 1909. 

Richmond (J/r J. I. L.) In'mylady*s garden. 
Philadelphia: G, W. Jacobs ^ Co, [1909]. xvi, 
463 (i) p., 2 pi. illus. 8"*. 

Rise (The) and progress of the British explo- 
sives industry; published under the auspices of the 
7th International Congress of Applied Chemistry, 
by its Explosives Section. London: Whittaker &* 
Co., 1909. xiv, 418 p., I 1. illus. 8". 

Bibliography, pp. 170-179. 

Russell (Thomas H.), andC. P. Root. The 
American cyclopedia of the automobile ; or. Motor 
cars and motoring self-taught. A work of refer- 
ence. . .covering the entire field of automobiling; 
for owners, repair men . . . [etc.] Profusely illus- 
trated. New York: Thompson &* Thomas [1909]. 
6 V. 8'. 

Sharpe (Maud Russell Lorraine). Six hun- 
dred recipes for meatless dishes, originated, col- 
lected, and arranged by M. R. L. Sharpe. Cam- 
bridge, U, S. A,: The University Press, 1908. 
323p.,4pl. 8". 

Sieblist (Otto). Die Post im Auslande. Eine 
Darstellung der Posteinrichtungen des Auslandes 
nach amtlichen Quellen bearbeitet. Berlin: J, 
Springer, 1909. xii, 487 p. 4. ed. 8**. 



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Smith (Albert William), and G. H. Marx. 
Machine design. New York: J, IViUy ^ SonSy 
1909. X, 411 p., 2 diag. 3. ed. 8°. 

Soper (George Albert). Modern methods of 
street cleaning. London: A. Constable &* Co., 
1909. viii, 201 p., 25 pi. 8*. 

T^deseo (N. de), andV, Forestier. Manuel 
theorique & pratique du constructeur en ciment 
arm^. Avec une note sur le calcul des arcs par 
H. Lossier. Paris: C, Stranger, 1909, 2 p.l., 

535 p. 8^ 

Teichert (Kurt). Methoden zur Untersuchung 
von Milch und Molkeretprodukten. Mit 54 Ab* 
bildungen und 27 Tabellen. Stuttgart: F, JSnke, 
1909. 374 p. 8°. (Chemische Analyse. Bd. 

Th^venes (Rene), and Fernand Manessb. 
Legislation des chemins de fer et des tramways, 
par R. Thevenez. . .avec la collaboration de F. 
Manesse. Paris: H. Dunod et E, Pinat, 1909. 
xii, 564 p. 12°. (Bibliotheque du conductenr des 
travaux publics.) 

Unwin (Raymond). Town planning in prac- 
tice. An introduction to the art of designing 
cities and suburbs. With 300 illustrations. Lon- 
don: T, F, Unwin y 1909. 3 p.l., ix-xxii, 416 p., 
8 1., I pi., 7 maps. 8°. 

Wells (Percy A.), ait</ John Hooper. Modem 
cabinet work, furniture and fitments: an account of 
the theory & practice in the production of. . .cabinet 
work & furniture, with chapters on... design and 
construction. Illustrated by over 1000 practical 
workshop drawings, photographs & original de- 
signs. London: B, T. Bats ford, 1909. 4 p.l., 
(i) xii-xiv, 384 p., 32 pi., I tab. 4°. 

Wodiik» (Julius). A book of precious stones. 
The identification of gems and gem minerals, and 
an account of their scientific, commercial, artistic, 
and historical aspects. With 46 illustrations in 
color, and in black and white. New York: G. P. 
Putnam^s Sons^ 1909. xv, 365 p., 39 pi. 8". 

Military AND Naval Art and Science. 

Chatterton (E. Keble). Sailing ships: the 
story of their development from the earliest times 
to the present day. London: Sidgwick &* Jack- 
son, iqog, xxi, 361 (i) p., 1 1., 3 plans, 60 pi. S°, 

Ffoolkes (Charles). Armour & weapons. 
With a preface by Viscount Dillon. Oxford: 
Clarendon Press, 1909. i p.l., (i) 6-1 12 p., 12 
pi. 8°. 

Oatewood (James Duncan). Naval hygiene. 
Prepared by direction of the Bureau of Medicine 
and Surgery, and published by permission of the 
Navy Department. With eight colored plates and 
105 other illustrations. Philadelphia: P. Blakis- 
ton^s Son 6* G?., I909. xiv, 779 p., 8 pi. 8^ 

Hitchcock (Ethan Allen). Fifty years in 
camp and field: diary of Major-General E. A. 
Hitchcock. U. S. A. Edited by W. A. Croffut.. 
New York: G, P. Putnatn^s Sons, 1909. xv, 514 p., 
I port. 8*. 

Jacob (L.) Artillerie navale. Paris: O, Doin 
et Fils, 1909. 2 V. illus. 12°. (Encyclop^die 
scientifique. Bibliotheque de mecanique appliquee 
et genie, v. 26a-b.) 

Tome I. Les canons. — Lea projectiles. 

Tome 2. Les afluts. — Les poudres. — Lc tir. 



Landmann (K. von). Der Krieg von 1806 
und 1807. Auf Grand urkundlichen Materials 
sowie der neuesten Forschungen und Quellen bear- 
beitet. Berlin: Voss, 1909. 4 p.l., (i) viii-xv, 
467 (i) p., 19 maps, 8 port. 8°. (Prcussen-Deutsch- 
lands Kriege von der Zeit Freidrichs des Grossen 
bis auf die Gegenwart. . . Bd. 3.) 

Lea (Homer). The valor of ignorance. [With 
an introduction by Lieut. -Gen. A. R. Chaffee.] 
New York: Harper &* Bros., 1909. xxii. 2 1., 3-343 
(i) p., 10 maps, I port. 8°. 

Matthews (Franklin). Back to Hampton 
Roads. Craise of the U. S. Atlantic fleet from 
San Francisco to Hampton Roads, July 7, 1908- 
Febroary 22, 1909. Supplementary to ** With the 
Battle fleet." New York: B. IV, Huebsch, 1909. 
xiv, 292 p., 7 pi. 12''. 

Vaiaret (A.), and F. Paalzow. Sani- 
ttltsdienst und C^esundheitspflege im deutschen 
Heere. Ein Lehr- und Handbuch fUr MilitHrSrzte 
des Friedens- und des Beurlaubtenstandes; unter 
Mitwirkung von Dr. Buttersack, Dr. Collin [and 
others] hrsg. von A. Villaret und F. Paalzow. Mit 
10 Abbildungen. Stuttgart: F. Enke, 1909. xxiii 
(i), 1032 p. 8". 

Wyatt (Harold Frazer), andV., G. H. Horton- 
Smith. The passing of the great fleet. By H. F. 
Wyatt . . . and L. G. H. Horton-Smith, joint 
founders, and joint honorary secretaries of the Im- 
perial Maritime League. London: S. Low, Marston 
6* Co,, Ld,, 1909. xxxix, 691 (i) p. 8*. 

Philosophy. 

Binet (Alfred). Les idees modernes sur les 
enfants. Paris: /?. Flammarion, 1909. 2 p.l., 
346 p., I 1. 12°. (Bibliotheque de philosophie 
scientifique.) 

Dole (Charles Fletcher). The ethics of progress ; 
or. The theory and the practice by which civiliza- 
tion proceeds. New York: T. Y. Crowell &* Co. , 
1909. vii, 398 p. 8°. 

Eister (Rudolf). Geschichte des Monismus. 
Leipzig: A. Kroner, 19 10. viii, 204 p. 8". 
Bibliography, p. 193-204. 

Eneken (RudolO- Christianity and the new 
idealism: a study in the religious philosophy of to- 
day. Translated by Lucy Judge Gibson and W. 
R. B. Gibson. London: Harper &* Bros., 1909. 
xiv, 162 p., I 1. [3. ed.J 12°. (Harper's Library 
of Living Thought.) 

Forel (August). Das Sinnesleben der Insekten. 
Eine Sammlung von experimentellen und kritischen 
Studien Uber Insektenpsychologie. . . Vom Verfas- 
ser durchgesehene und durch zahlreiche Sus^tze 
vermehrte Obersetzung von M. Semon. Afiinchen: 
E, Reinhardt, 19 10. xv, 393 p., 2 pi. 8*. 

Oompers (Theodor). Griechische Denker: 

eine Geschichte der antiken Philosophie. Leipzig: 

Veil 6* Comp.y 1903-1909. 3 v. 2. cd. 8'. 

Bd. 3, I. and a. ed. 

Horton (Robert Forman). Great issues. New 
York: MacmillanCo., 1909. vi, i 1., 384 p. 12°. 

James (William). The meaning of truth; a 
sequel to Pragmatism. New York : Longmans ^ 
Green and Co., 1909. xxi (i), 1 1., 297 (i) p., i 1. 8". 

Ladd (George Trumbull). Knowledge, life and 

reality: an essay in systematic philosophy. New 

York: Dodd, Mead and Co., 1909. 6 p.l., 549 p. 8°. 



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bj exchange, 727 volumes and 4,888 pamphlets, making a total of 3,725 volumes 

^^'^ 9)554 pamphlets. 

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No, of readers 

No. of readers, desk applicants 

No. of volumes consulted by desk ap- 
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17,016 
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42d Street, 226 West 

50th Street, 123 East 

51st Street. 742 Tenth Avenue 

SSth Street, 121 East 

67th Street, 328 East 

69th Street. 190 Amsterdam Avenue. 

Travelling Libraries 

77th Street. 1465 Avenue A 

79th Street, 222 East. 

8ist Street. 444 Amsterdam Avenue. 

Blind Library 

96th Street, 112 East 

looth Street, 206 West 

Iioth Street, 174 East 

115th Street, 201 West 

124th Street, 9 West.. 

125th Street, 224 East 

135th Street, 103 West 

145th Street, 503 West 

1 56th Street 922 St. Nicholas Avenue . 

BRONX. 

140th Street, 321 East 

l68th Street, 78 West 

169th Street, 610 East 

176th Street and Washington Avenue. 
Kingsbridge Avenue, 3041 

RICHMOND. 
St. George 

Port Richmond 

Stapleton 

Tottenville 

Totals 



CIRCUI^ATIOM. 



HOME USB. 
(VOLUMBS.) 



13.231 
42,025 
19.732 
29,152 
9.178 

8,714 
18,529 

22,078 

9,111 
10.716 
12,210 
10,515 

3.899 

12.145 
5,680 

15,861 

14.653 
13.795 

12,640 

84.539 
14.253 

21,747 
15,605 

1,173 
22.553 
16,297 

24.017 

19.550 

16,924 

8,812 

16,157 
19,226 

9,896 

18.365 
4,124 

18.524 
20,014 

3.494 

6,974 

5,814 
6,001 

3,542 



661,465 



HALL USB. 
(RBADEKS.) 



6,240 
14,264 

9.953 
5,922 
4,667 
2.229 

953 

8.039 
3,362 

3,217 
4,537 
3.407 

1,682 

1,524 
4.436 

2,349 
2.396 
1.054 

3,884 

3,190 
3,762 

3,514 
3.478 
8,028 
7,426 

3,970 
2,238 
1,669 
582 
1,627 

3,379 
1.804 

1,475 
1,092 

1.961 

2.347 

1,435 
2,586 

1,313 



140,991 



NBW 
REGISTRA- 
TIONS. 



395 
2,100 

513 
848 

146 

217 
387 
531 

202 

247 
236 

158 

50 

269 

125 
413 

395 

215 

228 

308 

378 
270 

4 
450 

239 
699 

482 

393 
166 

234 
470 

258 

492 
66 

387 
286 

41 

83 
57 
63 
45 



13.546 



RBAOERS IN RBADIMG 
ROOM. 



ADULTS. 



2,717 

3,799 

9,129 
3.484 

1.979 
1,880 

3,082 
5,664 

4,345 
1,622 



543 

1,039 
4,362 

1,101 

3,660 

1,308 
2,228 
1,728 

2.553 
1,781 
1,984 
1,960 

2.3" 
1,107 
1,231 
1.771 



1,872 

2,228 
2,248 



1,209 

441 

1,569 



TOTAL. 



VOLUMBS 
ACCBS- 
8IONBO. 



2,717 
5,123 

9.759 
4.528 
6,276 
3,672 
3.332 
5.932 

6,411 

1,696 



1.454 

1,039 
4,362 

5,896 

4,685 

1,892 
4,619 
1,965 

5,089 

2,ITO 
1,984 
3,300 

2,593 
1,228 

3,736 
3.486 



4,725 

3.038 
5,392 



1,425 
1,181 

3,724 



77,935 I 118,369 



471 

847 

1,290 

1,205 
269 
214 

728 

335 
117 
113 
225 
109 
40 
378 

94 
172 

178 

479 

35S 
630 

413 

573 
286 

190 

1,331 
289 

573 
322 

204 

153 

455 

295 
i62 

828 

52 
326 

281 

98 

165 
145 
138 
133 

15,664 



REPORT FOR FEBRUARY 1 97 

Gifts worthy of mention were received from the following: American In- 
dustries, 105 current periodicals ; Audit Company of New York, a copy of "Ameri- 
can Trust Companies, their growth and present wealth," two addresses before 
the Trust Company section of the American Bankers' Association, by Edward T. 
Perrine, New York, 1909; British Museum, four portfolios, "Medallic illustra- 
tions of the history of Great Britain & Ireland," including plates LXXI to CX ; 
California Promotion Committee of San Francisco, 132 volumes, 275 pamphlets, 
10 maps, relating to California industries, etc. ; Carnegie Institution of Washing- 
ton, 157 volumes and 553 pamphlets, including publications of the Institution and 
a large number of miscellaneous works ; A. Y. Casanova, a copy of his "A Car- 
penter family of Lancaster," 1910; Century Company, 413 volumes and 595 
pamphlets; Evening Post, ten volumes of recent New York newspapers; Most 
Rev. John M. Farley, a copy of his "History of St. Patrick's Cathedral," New 
York, 1908; J. Pierpont Morgan, a set of nine photographs of the Raphael 
tapestry in the Vatican ; Stu)rvesant F. Morris, five volumes, including "Reports 
of cases adjudged in the Court of Exchequer in the years 1655 ... to 21 Charles 
II," collected by Sir Thomas Hardres, London, 1693, etc.; New Yorker Staats- 
Zeitung, 108 volumes^ the Abendblatt, Wochenblatt, etc.; Ministerio de Fomento 
de Peru, 15 volumes, 3 pamphlets and 43 periodicals, chiefly Peruvian documents ; 
Robert P. Porter, 345 volumes, 915 pamphlets and 2 scrapbooks, the collection 
being mainly documents; Hugo Reisinger, a collection of 80 musical portraits, 
selected by Gustave Kobbe. 

At the Lenox branch the exhibition of modem book plates in the print 
galleries and F. G. Stevenson's mezzotints in color in the lower hall continued 
during the month. 

At the AsTOR branch the exhibition of plates from "Gewebesammlung des 
koniglichen Kunstgewerbemuseums zu Berlin" was continued and eighteen photo- 
graphic studies of American Indians made by Karl Moon and recently presented 
by Mrs. Henry Draper were put on view. 

Picture bulletins and lists of books to which special attention was called were 
posted in the branches as follows: Chatham Square, Easy books in English 
for foreigners, King Arthur and his knights ; Seward Park^ Wierd tales ; Riving- 
TON Street^ Stories of wild life; Bond Street^ Lamps and lighting, German 
5ongs, Songs that never die. East Africa, Oregon, Story hour. Telephone and 
telegraph ; Hudson Park, Automobiles, Knights of the Round Table ; Hamilton 
Fish Park^ Japan, Maurus Jokai; Tompkins Square, Noteworthy articles in 
February periodicals ; Epiphany^ Picture books ; Muhlenburg, Railroad stories, 
Joan of Arc; Columbus, Paris, Lafayette's visit to Mount Vernon; 58TH Street^ 
February birthdays of famous men. Operatic singers. Grand opera composers. 
Great explorers, Indians; 67TH Street, Popular novelists; Webster, Western 
United States, Prague ; Riverside, Birds, Legendary heroes. Stories of the West, 
The theatre; 96TH Street, Calendar for February; Aguilar, Robert Louis 
Stevenson, New books in the Italian language; I2Sth Street, Stories of the 
opera, School room games. Chivalry, Winter sports ; Morrisania, George William 
Curtis, James Russell Lowell; Tremont^ Ireland and the Irish; Kingsbridge, 
Stories of wild animals, Needlework, Tales of shore and sea. Gardener's books; 
St. George^ Indian stories, Japan, Paris ; Stapleton^ Indian child life, Pirates. 



198 REPORT FOR FEBRUARY 

In addition there were bulletins on George Washington in twenty-four 
branches^ on Abraham Lincoln in twenty-one, on Longfellow in seven, on new 
books in six, on subjects of Board of Education lectures in four, on St. Valentine's 
Day in three, on Italy in two, and on the American Civil War in two branches. 

At the RiviNGTON Street branch was shown an exhibit of birds and butter- 
flies lent by the American Museum of Natural History ; at Hamilton Fish Park 
a collection of articles of industry from the Philippine Islands also lent by the 
Museum of Natural History ; at the Webster branch bronze bas-reliefs of Lincoln 
by the Bohemian artist, Joseph Kratina, and at the 115TH Street branch an 
exhibit of German and Norwegian dolls, lent by Miss Ash. 



LIST OF WORKS IN THE NEW YORK PUBLIC LIBRARY RELATING 

TO THE NEAR EASTERN QUESTION AND THE BALKAN 

STATES, INCLUDING EUROPEAN TURKEY 

AND MODERN GREECE. 



Part II. 



DOBRUDJA. 

See Rumania. 

Eastern Rumelia. 
See Bulgaria. 

Greece and the Greek Islands, 
INCLUDING Crete. 

Bibliofj^raphy. 

Bretos (Andreas Papadopoalos). NcocX- 
Ai;vcici7 ^iXoAoyia. [Modern Greek philology; or, 
Catalofi^ue of books printed in Greece from the fall 
of the Byzantine Empire to the establishment of the 
Greek kingdom, in Modern Greek.] *"Ev 'A^va49. 
1854-57- 2 V. in I. 8'. 

Combes (Paul). Bibliographie. (In his: L'tle 
•de Cr^te, ^tude g^ographiqae, historique, politique 
et ^conomique. pp. 127-129. Paris, 1897. 12*.) 

Coromilas ( Deme trios A. ) Catalogue raisonn^ 
des livres publics en Gr^ce, 1868-72. A thanes, 
1873. 8*. 

Couturier (Henri). Bibliographie. (In his: 
La Cr^te. Sa situation au point de vue du droit in- 
ternational, pp. 7-9. Paris, 1900. 4°.) 

'E^iHti BipUi^HTj rife 'EXXadog. Kcn6XoyoQ 

je^BifiXUw,,. Tfiiifia B. 'EXXfjvudi ^tXoXoyCa, 

^WAHtvats: KaXXae, 1884. 4 p.l., 300 pp. 4°. 

Greeee.— ^^«//. KatdXoYog BifiXia&iJHric 
BovXiji, A\ 'EqnjfUQldes 'EXXtjvixai. B, /Tr^io- 
dixa 'EXXrjPiHd, 'Efpogela 2, E. Szdrj. 'Ev 'A- 
^vcug, 1900. 7, 103 pp. f". 

Hantteccear (Henry). Bibliographie. (In his: 
L'ile de Tinos, in: Soc. roy. beige de geog. Bull. 
T. 27, pp. 197-199. BruxelUs, 1903.) 

(In his: La principaut^ de Samos, in: 

Soc. roy. beige de geog. Bull. v. 25, pp. 5-11. 
BruxelUs, 1901.) 

Koeni|fUeh Bayerische Akademie der Wis- 
senschaften. Plan eines Corpus der griechischen 
Urkunden des Mittelalters und der neueren Zeit. . . 
MUnchen: K. B, Akademie. . . 1903. 124 p. 4*. 

HiUer (William). Bibliography. (In his: The 
Latins in the Levant, pp. 655-663. Ltmdon, 
1908. 8".) 

Bodoeanaehi (E.) Bibliography. (In his: 
Bonaparte et les iles loniennes. Paris, 1899. 8*. 
pp. ix-zi.) 



Voi^el (Marie), and Victor Gardthausen. 
Die griechischen Schreiber des Mittelalters and der 
Renaissance. Leiptig: O, Harrassowitt, 1909. 
zii, 508 p. 8*. (Zentralbl. f. Bibliothekswesen. 
Beihefte 33.) 

Periodicals. 

♦ I'Aox^q] CO) TfJQ* AvojoXfjs^iffifUQk oUcf 
vtiaxfj SbiaS tile ifidofiddae iHdidof*ivri.''Ej<K 13"' 7 
(Apr. 18. 1870-Aug. 17. 1874.) *Ev '-4*iH«V, 

1870-74. 4". 

AeXuoy rtjc ' laroQixfjg nal * EdroXnytxijc 'Excw 
Q(ae j^s 'EXXad<K. v. 1-6. 'Ey 'A^vfus: 'AM- 
(p&v IltQqrf, 1883-1906. 8*. 
V. 1-6 also called pt. 1-24. 

AeXxiov TOt) ' YnovQyeCov t&v OUon^fUH&v. i-io 
(1908/1909). Athens, 1908-1909. 8". 

'E^iMoy navsnum^fuov, ' EniaTTffioyiHff ^Ens' 
TYiQlg, V. 3 (1906-1907). 'JEV *A^rptaig\ Tvxois 11. 
A 2(vctXXaQiov, 1909. 8*. 

Td Hard xijv ngvxavBlav Ko}v<sxavx(vov 

MrjtaojiovXov... nQVUs^svoamog xaxd to 'Axa^rj' 
ficuxdy ''Exog 1900-1901. *Ev A&i^aie: 77. J. 2a* 
xsXXoQios, 1902. 8". 

Td xaxd tri> jtQvxarslav NixoXdov F. /7o- 

Xlxov, IlQvtavevaavTOc fcard to * AxadrniaXxov'' E' 
Tog 1906-1907. 'Ev 'Aerate: *Ex tow tvnoy^* 
(peiov 77. A. SaxeXXoQiov, 1908. 8". 

'EXXrivixog ^iXoXoyixde 2{fXXoy<K. 'O iv Kcor- 
axavxivcvnoXsi *E3iXfjvix6c M.oXoyix6€ 2vXXoyog» 
TofMQ 13. Ev Kfovatmnivowidhn, 1880. 4^. 

Hellenieiniie* Monatliches Organ des grie- 
chischen National* Vereins " Hellenismos." Hrsg. 
von den in Deutschland and Oesterreich lebenden 
Griechen. Jahrg. i, Heft 1-4 (Oct 1908-Jan. 
1909). Leipfdg, 1908-09. 8*. 

No more published. 

^iXohyfvxdg JSvXXoyos IlaQvaaadf. AsXriov tov 
qwatoyytoinixoO t/n^/iazog. Edfi. A' (Oct., 1900- 
June, 1901). 'Ev 'A^vfug, 1901. 8"". 

'EjtsnjQk. 'Exog i, 3-7. *Ev 'A^voic, 

1897-1903. 6 V. 8*. 



199 



200 



LIST OF WORKS RELATING TO THE BALKANS 



Greece, cont'd. 

General Works. 

About (E. F. V.) La Gr^ce contemporaine. 
Paris: L. Hachette et Cie., 1854. 2 p.l., 486 p., 

1 1. I2^ 

Paris: L, Hachette et Cie,, 1855. 

2 p.l., 474 p., I 1. 2. cd. 16". 

Greece and the Greeks of the present day. 



New York: Dix, Edwards &* Co., 1857. I p.l., 
v-xvi, 300 p. 12°. 

Adams (William Henry Davenport). The 
Mediterranean illustrated. Picturesque views and 
descriptions of its cities, shores, and islands. By 
the author of " The buried cities of Campania*' 
[i. e. W. H. D. Adams]... London: T. Nelson 
c^ Sons, 1877. xii, 12-373 p., i map. V. 

Address in behalf of the Greeks, especially 
those who have survived the late massacres in Scio. 
Edinburgh: W, WhyU &* Co., 1822. i p.l., 24 p. 
«^ 

Address of the Committee appointed at a pub- 
lic meeting held in Boston, December 19, 1823, 
for the relief of the Greeks, to their fellow citizens. 
n. t.-f. [Boston? Press North Amer. Review, 
1823.J 18 p., I 1. 8°. 

Address of his excellency the Lord High Com- 
missioner on the 7th March, 1820, to the legislative 
assembly of the United Ionian States. London: 
C. H. Reynell, 1820. 39 p. 8°. 

Admirals (The) and the navy in Crete. By a 
naval officer. (United Service Maga. London, 
1899. 8*. V. 18, pp. 497-510.) 

AdTentores of an English officer in Greece. 
(New Monthly Maga. and Lit. Jour. London, 
1826. 8*. V. 17(1826, pt. 2), pp. 172-181, 201- 
208.) 

Affaires de Cr^te. — Conflit Gr^co-Turc. [Cor- 
respondance. — Depeches. — Notes. 1897.] (Ar- 
chives diplomatiques. Paris, 1898. 8**. v. 65, 
pp. 17-57. 135-160, 293-362; V. 66, pp. 72-247.) 

*A^rj[»aXHhv dgx'^^ daadvjj to0 Si^fiov 'A^tjvcU' 
Wf. T6fUK a, 'Ev 'A^ytugi F. 2. BXaarils, 1901. 
4*. {'Aqx*^ ^€ vBrnxigo/s 'BlhpftHflg latoQloQ. A'. J 

Aktenstucke zu den griechisch-tOrkischen 
Friedensverhandlungen 1897. (Staatsarchiv. Sam- 
mi. der officiellen ActenstQcke. Leipzig, iSg%. 8°. 
V. 61, pp. 139-221.) 

Anderson (R.) Observations upon the Pelo- 
ponnesus and Greek Islands, made in 1829. BoS' 
ton: Crocker and Brewster, 1830. viii, 21-334 p., 
I map. 12°. 

Andr^ad^s (A.) The currant crisis in Greece. 
(Econ. Jour. v. 16, pp. 41-51. London, 1906.) 

Ang^elo (E. A.) A letter to the Hon. H. G. 
Bennett. M.P., upon his presenting a petition to 
Parliament, complaining of the administration of 
Government in the Ionian Islands, while under the 
command of Lieut. -Gen. Campbell. London: J. 
Hatchard, 18x8. 18 p. 8*. 

Antenor, pseudonym of E. F. DE Lantier. 
The travels of Antenor in Greece and Asia: from a 
Greek manuscript found at Herculaneum: including 
some account of Egypt. Translated from the 
French of E. F. Lantier, with additional notes by 



the English translator. London: T. N. Longman 
6* O. Pees, 1799. 3 ▼. 8" 

An tenors Resor uti Grekland och Asien, 

med Anmarkningar 5f ver Egypten. Grekisk Hand- 
skrift, funnen i Herkulanum; Ofversatt p&Franska 
spr&ket af E. F. Lantier. Fri Ofvers&ttning af 
01. Agrell. Stockholm: J. A. Carlbohm, 1803-4. 
2 V. in I. 12". 
V. 3 pub. by J. P. Lindh. 

Anticano (Sertonaco), /x^m/. ^/ Antonio San- 
TACROCE. Frammenti istorici della guerra di Can- 
dia. Bologna: G. Battista c G. Coruo, 1647. 
7 p.l., 240, 239-364 p. nar. 24.° 

Apostolides (B.) Les Pelasges, les Hellenes 
et les Albanais dans leurs rapports ethnologiques 
et linguistiques. (Inst, ^gyptien. Bull. ser. 4, 
no. 7 (1906), pp. 11-38. Le Caire, 1907.) 

Arbois( d'),/r^res. M^moire sur les trois 
d<^partemen de Coroire, d'lthaque et de la mer 
Eg^e. Par les citoyens d' Arbois f rires . . . Pre- 
miere partie. Paris: Andr/ [lygg]. 104 p. 8'. 

'AQx^Vortod ffTQatfjyoO 'Icodyyav Max^vynSam/i* 

'Ey 'A^^vcue: T. 2. Blomfjs^ 1901. 2 t. 4*. 

CAQxtta x^c vtmtiQO/Q 'EUfjrucifg Uno^lae. B TV* 

Arrangement financier avec la Gr^e. Tra- 
vaux de la Commission Internationale charg^e de la 
preparation du projet. (Archives diplomatiques. 
ser. 2, V. 69, pp. 42-120, 147-175. Paris, 1899.) 

Anldjo (J.) Journal of a visit to Constantinople 
and some of the Greek islands. London, 1835. 8** 

Antonomie cretoise (mai-d^cembre, 1897; 
janvier-octobre, 1898). (Archives diplomatiques. 
Paris, 1898-99. ser. 2, v. 66, pp. 342-356; v. 68^ 
pp. 131-262.) 

Antriche-Honffrie. Gr^ce. Convention 
d'extradition du 21/8 d^embre, 1904. (Archives 
diplomat, ser. 3, v. 102, pp. 235-248. Paris y 
1907.) 

Aaambnja (G. d'). La question cretoise et I'bel- 
l^nisme. (Lasci. soc. v. 23, pp. 189-204. Paris, 
1897.) 

Baedeker (Karl). A thanes. Guide du voya- 
geur en fran9ais-ang]ais-allemand. Extrait du 
manuel pour I'ltalie meridionale. Avec une carte 
et un plan de ville. Athhnes: K. Wilberg, 1S75. 
46, I 1., 43. 48 p., I map, X plan. 3. ed. 12**. 
Text in French, German and English. 

Greece: handbook for travellers. Leipzig: 

K. Baedeker, 1909. cxxvi, 447 (i) p., xo maps, 
14 plans, 2 pi. 4. ed. x6'*. 

Griechenland. Handbuch fOr Reisende. . . 

Leipzig, 1883. 16*. 

Baird (H. M.) Modern Greece: a narrative of 
a residence and travels in that country; with ob- 
servations on its antiquities, literature, language, 
politics, and religion. New York, i%^t. illus. 12". 

Baldacci (Antonio). Creta dopo I'ultima in- 
surrezione. (Soc. geog. italiana. ser. 4, v. 2, 
pp. 411-428, 513-536. Roma, 1901.) 

Ballot (J.) Histoire de Tinsurrection crdtoise. 
Paris: L. Dentu, 1868. 2 p.l., 329 p., i 1., I map* 
8". 



LIST OF WORKS RELATING TO THE BALiCANS 



20I 



Greece, confd, 

Barro'vrs (S. J.) The isles and shrines of 
Greece. Boston: Roberts Bros,, 1898. xii, i 1., 
391 p., 19 pi. 8*. 

Bartlett (Sir E. A.) The battlefields of Thes- 
saly. With personal experiences in Turkey and 
Greece. London: J. Murray^ 1897. ix, 2 l.,4i2p., 
5 maps, I pi. , 6 ports. 8°. 

Baner (A.) Die Forschungen znr griechischen 
Geschichte 1 888-1 898 verzeichnet und besprochen. 
MUnchen: C. H. Beck^ 1899. 2 p.l., 574 p. 8°. 

Banmann (J.) Auf dem thessalischen Kriegs- 
schauplatze. (Jahrb. f. d. deutsche Armee u. Ma- 
rine. V. 116, pp. 274-303; ▼. 117, pp. 11-40. Ber- 
lin, 1900.) 

Bayard (William). An exposition of the con- 
dact of the two houses of G. G. & S. Howland, 
and Le Roy, Bayard & Company, in relation to the 
frigates Liberator and Hope, in answer to a narra- 
tive on that subject, by Alexandre Contostavlos. 
New York: Clayton 6* Van Nor den, 1826. 47 p. 
8^ 

Beaujonr ( Louis- Auguste-F^lix de). Baron, 
Tableau du commerce de la Gr^ce, forra^ d'apris 
une ann^e moyenne, depuis 1787 jusqu'en 1797. 
Paris: A, -A, Renouard, 1800. 2 v. 8*. 

A view of the commerce of Greece, formed 

after an annual average from 1 787-1 797; translated 
from the French by T. H. Home. London: J, 

fVailis, 1800. xvi, 463 p., x table. 8*. 

Bedford (W. K. R.) The first siege of Rhodes, 
1480. (Jour. Roy. United Service Inst. London, 
1809. 8". V. 43, pp. 42-52.) 

Bent (J. T.) The Cyclades; or, Life among the 
insular Greeks. London, 1885. 12*. 

B^rard (Victor). L'amiral Pottier. (Rev. de 
Paris. 1903, V. 6, pp. 419-448, 648-668, 859- 
874. Paris, 1903.) 

La Turquie et THellt^nisme contemporain. 

Paris: F. AUan, 1893. 4 p.l., v, 352 p. 12*. 
(Bibl. d*hist. contemp.) 

Paris: F, AUan, 1896. 3 1., x, 352p., 

1 map. 2. ed. 12**. 

Berchet (Federico). La Loggia veneziana di 
Candia. i illus. (R. istituto veneto. Atti, v. 61, 
pt. 2, pp. 1-17. Venetia, X901.) 

Berchet (Guglielmo). Relazione sulfa missione 
de! R. istituto veneto di scienze, lettere ed arti per 
la ricerca e lo studio dei monumenti veneziani nell' 
isola di Creta. illus. 2 plates. (R. istituto veneto. 
Atti, V. 60, pt. I, pp. 62-69. Venezia, 1900-01.) 

Terza relazione sulla missione in Creta. 

(R. istituto veneto. Atti, v. 61, pt. i, pp. 153-161. 
Venenia, 1902.) 

Blckford-Smiih (R. A. H.) Cretan sketches. 
London: R, Bentley ^ Son, 1898. 6 p.l., 270 p., 
9 pi., I port., I plan. 8". 

Biifhaan (Clive). With the Turkish army in 
Thessaly. London: Macmilian &' Co., 1897. 8 p., 

2 1., 130 p., I I., 9 mips, IT pi.. I port. 8°. 

BlMlas (Demetrios). L'Ath^nesd'aujourd*hui. 
(Rev. d'^tudes grecques. Paris, 1898. 8'. v. ii, 

pp. 307-323) 

La Cr^teautonome. (Rev. polit. & litter. 

(Rev. bleue.) Ser. 4, v. 12, pp. 237-243. /'ariV, 1899.) 



Le rdle et les aspirations de la Gr^ce dans 

la question d'Orient. Paris, 1885. 54 p. I2'. 
(Pub. du Cercle Saint-Simon. No. 3.) 

Les Grecs au Moyen Age: ^tude his- 

torique; traduite du grec moderne en fran9ais par 

E. Legrand. Paris: Maisonneuve et Cie., 1878. 
viii, 136 p. 12*. 

Seven essays on Christian Greece, trans- 
lated by John (Marquess of Bute). London, 1890. 

8". 
Repr. from the Scottish review. 

Vingt-cinq ann^s de r^gne constitutionnel 

en Grice. Paris: G. Chamerot, 1889. 32 pp. 8°. 
Extr. Nouvelle Revue, z. Avril 1889. 

Blitner (Alexander). Der geologische Bau von 
Attica, Boeotien, Lokris und Parnassis. (Kais. 
Akad. d. Wissensch. Math.-naturwissensch. CI. 
Denkschr. Bd. 40, pp. x-74, 6 pi. Wien, 1880. 

r.) 

Blaehoifiaiuies (loannes). ^Aq%tXa tffc 
psaniQOQ 'ElXrjyu€l[g Unoglac, ^V^f <• '^ 
'A^voic: r. 2, BXaat6c, 1901. 4** 

Blancard (Tht^odore). Les Mavroy<^ni: Es- 
sai d'^tude additionnelle k I'histoire moderne de la 
Gr^e, de la Turquie et de la Roumanie. Orn^ de 
portraits. ..etc. Paris: E. Flammarion [1893]. 
3 p.l., 923 p., 2 maps, I pi., I port., i tab. 8**. 

Blaqaiere (£.) Greece and her claims. Lon- 
don: G, B. IVhitiaker, 1826. 2 p.l., iv, 23 p. 8*. 

The Greek revolution ; its origin and prog- 
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fV, B, Whittaker, 1824. viii, 362 p., i 1., i map. 

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Breton (Ernest Fran9ois Pierre Hippolyte). 
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le P^lopon^se. Paris, 1862. illus. pi. 8". 

Briefe relation of the siege and taking of the 
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Dockwray, great Prior of the order of Jerusalem in 



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Greece, confd, 

England, in the yeere, 1524. (In: R. Hakluyt. 
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Brondsted (P. O.) Reisen und Untersuch- 
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Brae (Benjamin). Journal de la campagne que 
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Brunei de Prcsle (C. M. W.), and A. Blan- 
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Bruyn (Cornelis de). Reizen van Cornells de 
Bruyn, door de vermaardste deelen van Klein Asia, 
de eyianden Scio, Rhodus, Cyprus, Metelino, 
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Mor^e. Voyage, sejour et etudes historiques en 
1840 et 1 841. Paris: C Gosselin, 1843. viii, 
568 p. 12*. 

Histoire des conquetes et de I'^tablisse- 

ment des Fran9ais dans les etats de i'ancienne 
Gr^ce sous les Ville-Hardoin, 4 la suite de la qua- 
tri^me croisade. Paris ^ 1846. v. i. 8". 

Recherches historiques sur la principaut^ 

fran9aise de Mor^e et sea hautes baronnies. Le 
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principaut^ fran9aise de Mor<^e et ses hautes ba- 
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Bnondelmontl (Christophe). Description des 
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Buxton (E. N.) Short stalks. Second series. 
Comprising trips in Somaliland, Sinai, the eastern 



desert of Egypt, Crete, the Carpathian Mountains, 
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Cartwrigfht (Joseph). The insurrection in 
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CaruMO (C. D.) Grundeigentum, Fl&chen> 
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Castorkis (Demetrios E.) Die Freiheits- 
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Cayeuz (L.) G^ologie des environs de Nau- 
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203 



Greece, confd. 

Chateaubriand (Fran9ois Augoste Ren^ de). 
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Jerusalem k Paris; suivi des voyages en Italie, en 
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425 p.. I 1., 4 pl. 8°. 

Choisenl-C^oiifller (M. G. A. L. de). Voy- 
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CipoIIa (Cario), Conte, Clement vi e una 
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Clarke (Edward Daniel). Travels in various 
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Colton (Walter). Land and lee in the Bosphorus 

and i^gean; or, Views of Constantinople and 

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12' 



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Cordelia (A.) Das Berg-, Hotten- und Sali- 
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Corfti. — Statutes, Statuta et leges civitatis et 
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Royaume de la Morde, Negrepont & des places 
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Correspondence respecting the steam ves- 
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■Greece, cont'd, 

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Oocuments inedits pour servir k Thistoire de 
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Dohna (Zu), Graf, Kreta unter dem Banner 
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Dora D'Istria, pseud, of Elena Ghika, Prin- 
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Duboe (Edouard). Wander-Studien. Italien, 
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EUode. Publicazione del comitato centrale 
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Emerson (James). The history of modern 
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Letters from the ^Egean. New York: J, 6r* 

J, Harper, 1829. x, 25-248 p. 8*. 

Emprunt de Tindemnite de guerre hellenique 
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Evacuation de la Cr^te par les troupes Otto- 
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Greece, confd, 

The history of Greece from its conquest by 

the Crusaders to its conquest by the Turks, and of 
the Empire of Trebizond, 1204-1461. Edinburgh 
and London, 1851. 8"*. 

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Forbin (Louis Nicolas Philippe Auguste de). 
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France. — Ministhe des Affaires Etranghes, 
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Imprimerie Nationale, 1879. 261 p. f. 

Correspondence covers the period from Feb. a, 1878, to Dec. 
*9i 1879; document contains also text in full of the protocols of 
toe negotiations at ConsUntinople, Aug.-Nov., 1879, relative 
to the frontiers of Greece and Turkey. 

Paris: Imprimerie NaOonaU, 1880. 

114 p. f". 

From Jan. a to April 9, 1880. Contains the Coundouriotis 
M^moire of Dec 3/15, 1879. 

Affaires de Gr^ce en 1880. Paris: 

Imprimerie Nationale, 1881. xii, 235, Ixxxvi p. f. 

Covers the period from April 16, 1880, to Jan. 17, 1881. 
Contains the text of the seven protocols of the Conference of 
Berlin, June z6 to July z, i83o, and of the meetings of the 
Commission Technique for the determination of the Turko- 
Greek frontier, June z9-aS, 1880. 

Affaires de Gr^ce. i88o-i88r. Paris: 

Imprimerie Nationale, 1881. v. 2. V, 

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Affaires d*Orient. Affaire de Cr^te. 

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France at Constantinople, M. Cambon, the French consul 

f:eneral at Canea, M. Blanc, and the French Foreign Office, 
t will be observed that this Yellow Book covers a longer 
period of time than the British Blue Book of corresponding 
date. The Yellow Book contains the text of the collective 
Note verbale addressed hy the Great Powers, at Constantino- 
ple, to the Porte, submitting a regulation organizing the gen- 
dannerie in Crete. 



Conflit greco-turc. Situation de 
I'Empirc Ottoman. F^vrier-mai. 1897. Paris: 
Imprimerie Nationale, 1897. xxxiii, 373 p. f. 

Autonomie cr^toise. Mai-d^cem- 

bre, 1897. Paris: Imp. Nat., 1898. 35 p. f". 

Negociations pour la paix. Trait^ 

gr^co-turc. Mai-d^cembre, 1897. Paris: Im- 
primerie Nationale, 1898. 92 p. f*. 

Arrangement financier avec la Grice. 

Travaux de la commission-Internationale, charg^ 
de la preparation du projet. Paris: Imprimerie 
Nationale, 1898. vi, 206 p. 3 diag. f**. 

Affaires d'Orient. Emprunt de I'in- 

demnit^ de guerre bellenique. Evacuation de la 
Thessalie. Janvier- juin, 1898. Paris: Imprime- 
rie Nationale, 1898. x, log p. 4°. 

itvacuation de la Crite par les troupes Ot- 

tomanes. Installation d'un haut commissaire. 
Octobre-novembre, 1898. Paris: Imp. Nat,, 1898. 

53 p. ^^ 

Affaires de Crite. 1904-1905. Paris: 

Imp. Nat., 1905. xvi, 203 p. f". 

France. — Ministire du Commerce. Annates 
du commerce ezt^rieur. Faits commerciaux. Grice, 
no. 1-16. 1847-1885. If. /.-/. 8**. 

Annales du commerce ext^rieur. Legisia- 

tion commerciale. Gr^e, no. 1-16. 1843-1893. 
n, t,'P, 8 . 

Rapports commerciaux des agents diploma- 
tiques et consulaires. Paris, n. d. 8"*. 

Mouvement commercial, industriel et maritime de Cala- 
mata. 
Situation commerciale de Cr^te. 

1890. 10 p. no. 34, ser. 1890-99. No more pub. 
iQoi. 15 p. no. 145, series of 1899-date. 

]£tat du commerce de la Grice. 
1889-91. 5 p. no. 6, series of 1890-1899. 
1894. 15 p. no. 280, *• " •* " 
1902. zip. no. 268, *^ ** x899-date. 

L'imporution fransatse en Gr^e et les moyens de la 

developer. 

1902. 39 p. no. 155, series of 1899-date. 

Mouvement commercial et maritime de Patras. 

1891. zip. no. 60, series of 1 890-1899. 
1392. none published. 

1893. up. no. 193 ** •• " " 
1900. 14 p. no. 91 , series of z899-date. 

Mouvement commercial, industriel et maritime du Pirde. 

1893/4. 30 p. no. 312, series of 1890-1899. 
Commerce et navigation du Volo. 

Z900. 16 p. no. 50, series of 1899-date. 

Fredrich (Karl). Bericht Qber eine Bereisung 
der Inseln des Tbrakischen Meeres und der NOrd- 
lichen Sporaden. (KOn.-preuss. Akad. d. Wissen- 
sch. Sitzungsb. 1905, pp. 64-71. Berlin, 1905.) 

Skiathos und Peparethos. 4 plates, map. 

(Kais.-deutsch. archUol. Inst. Mitteil. Athen. Abt. 
V. 3I1 pp. 99-128. Athen, 1906.) 

Freeman (E. A.) Studies of travel: Greece. 
New York: G, P. Putnam* s Sons [cop. 1893]. vii, 
286 p. , I pi. 16°. 

FreeeeQ. H.) A short popular history of Crete; 
with introduction by P. W. Clayden. London: 
Jarrold 6* Sons, 1897. 2. ed. 165 (i) pp., 2 maps» 

8^ 

Fuchs (Theodor). Studien Qber die jQngeren 
TertiHrbildungen Griechenlands. (Kais. Akad. d. 
Wissensch. Math.-naturwissensch. CI. Denkschr» 
Bd. 37, Abth. 11. pp. 1-42. 5 pi. Wien, 1877. f*.) 



2o6 



LIST OF WORKS RELATING TO THE BALBCANS 



Greece, cont'd. 

Fuller (Myron L.) Conditions of circulation 
at the sea mills of Cephalonia. A^ew York: The 
Society, 1907. 8°. (Geological Soc. of America. 
Bull. V. 18, pp. 221-232.) 

Fatnre (The) of Greek history. (Quart. Rev. 
V. 195, pp. 79-97. London, 1902.) 

G. (S. de). La guerre de 1897. (Rev. de droit 
internat. et de legislation compar^e. v. 30, pp. 25- 
87, 324-374, 546-605. BruxelUs, 1898.) 

Gamba (Pietro), Count, A narrative of Lord 
Byron's last journey to Greece. London, 1825. 8**. 

Gardner (J. D.) The Ionian islands in rela- 
tion to Greece, with suggestions for advancing our 
trade with the Turkish countries of the Adriatic, 
and the Danube. London: J, Ridgway, 1859. i p.l., 
91 p. 2. ed. 8°. 

Gardner (P.) Samos and Samian coins. Lon^ 
don, 1882. 8^ 

Gardner (William Amory). In Greece with 
the classics. Boston: Little, Brown &' Co., 1908. 
5 p.l., vii, 301 p., I pi. 12**. 

Gaspar (Mariano). Cordobeses miisulmanes 
en AlejandHa y Creta. (In: Homendje i D. Fran- 
cisco Codera. Zar agoza, ig04. 4". pp. 217-233.) 

Gasparin (Valerie Boissier de), Countess. Jour- 
nal d'un voyage au Levant. Paris: M. Ducloux et 
Cie., 1850. 2. ed. 3 vols. 12°. 

Gear (E. G.) A sermon, delivered at the taking 
up of a collection for the. . .Greeks. . .in. . .Ithaca 
...the 1 8th of January, 1824... Ithaca: Printed 
by Mack (5r» Morgan, 1824. 24 p. 8". 

Gelcich (Eugen), and Ivan Zolger. Das 
kommerzielle Bildungswesen in Italien. Von E. 
Gelc'ch und I. Zolger. Das kommerzielle Bild- 
ungswesen in Frankreich, Griechenland, Peru, 
Uruguay, Paraguay und Costa Rica. Von E. 
Gelcich. Wien: A. Holder, 1908. xii, 361 p., 3 1. 
4^. (Das kommerzielle Bildungswesen der europ&is- 
chen und aussereurop&ischen Staaten. Tl. 5.) 

Gell {Sir W.) Narrative of a journey in the 
Morca. London: Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, <Sr» 
Brown, 1823. ix, 411 p., q pi. illus. 8**. 

Geor^renes (Joseph). Beschreibung der 
Insel Patmos. (In: II. E. G. Paulus. Samm- 
lung der merkwUrdigsten Reisen in den Orient. . . 
Jena: C. H. Cuno, 1792-1803. 8°. v. 5.) 

Die Insel Samos. (In: H. E. G. Paulus. 

Sammlung der merkwUrdigsten Reisen den Orient. 
Jena: C, H. Cuno, 1792-1803. 8°. v. 5.) 

Gerland (E.) Das Archiv des Herzogs von 
Kandia im KOnigl. Staatsarchiv zu Venedig. 
Strassburg: K. G. TrUbner, 1899. 2 p.l., 148 p. 

8^ 

Gerola (Giuseppe). Appunti sui monumenti 
veneti di Cefalonia e di Corf£i. 16 p. (R. istituto 
veneto. Atti, v. 67, pt. 2, pp. 421-436. Venetia, 
1908.) 

La dominazione genovese in Creta. (Atti d. 

I. R. Accad. di sci. . .in Rovereto. ser. 3, v. 8, pp. 
134-175. Rovereto, 1902.) 

Gladstone (William Ewart). Substance of 
the speech on the afifairs of Greece, and the foreign 
policy of the administration, on the 27th of June, 
1850. London: J. Murray, 1850. 67 p. 8 . 



Gloti (Gustave). L'^tude du droit grec. (Rev. 
de Paris. 1905, v. 5, pp. 548-562. Paris, 1905.) 

Godden (Gertrude M.) The sacred marriage. 
(Folk-lore, London, 1895. 8*. v. 6, pp. 225- 
234.) 

Gordon (T.) History of the Greek revolution, 
etc. Edinburgh and London, 1844. 2. ed. 2 v. 
8°.' 

GoltB (C. von der), Freiherr. Der thessalische 
Krieg und die tUrkische Armee. Eine kriegs- 
geschichtliche Studie. Berlin: E. S. Mittler 6f* 
Sohn, 1898. vi, 278 p., 19 maps. 8**. 

Golti (Ed. von der), Freiherr, Reisebilder aus 
dem griechisch-tUrkischen Orient. Halle a. S.: E. 
Strien [1902]. 4 p.l., 156 p. 8". 

Gotteland (A.) Chemin de fer de Diakophto 
k Kalavryta; voie de 0™i 75 k adherence et cremail- 
li^re; notice et dessins d 'execution .. . Mission 
Fran9aisdes Travaux Publics. Paris: J. Marcha- 
dier &* Cie., 1883. 31 p., i 1., 37 plans, 5 pi. f**. 

Graindor (Paul). Histoire de I'tle de Skyros 
jusqu'en 1538. Li^ge: H. Vaillant-Carmanne, tqo6. 
89 p., I 1. 8**. (Univcrsite de Li^ge. Facult^ dc 
philosophie et lettres. Biblioth^que, fasc. 17.) 

Grand-Carteret (John). La Cr^te devant 
I'image. 150 reproductions de caricatures grecques, 
fran9aises &c. Paris: L.-Henry May, 1%(^T. 3 p.l., 
(i) 10-144 P* illus. 12**. 

Great Britain. — Admiralty. Cx>rre8pondence 
respecting the battle of Navarin. 10 p. (Gt. Br. 
Sess. P. 1834, V. 42, No. 32.) 

Great Britain. — Foreign Office. Diplomatic 
and consular reports. Annual series. London, 
1 896-1906. 8". 

Report on the trade of Crete. 

1901. zo pp. no. 2932. Z904. 8 pp. no. 3494. 

1902. 9 pp. no. 3097. 1905. 8 pp. no. 3705. 

1903. 9 pp. no. 3282. 1906. 19 pp. no. 3808. 

1907. pp. no. 4056. 

Finances of Greece. 

1887. 40 pp. no. 194. 

1888. 7 pp. no. 472. 
i88e}. 2 pp. no. 058. 

1893/4. 36 pp., 2 tables, no. 1416. 

1894/5. 22 pp. no. 1571. 

1895/6. 47 pp. no. 1694. 

1896. 26 pp. no. 1782. 

1899. 41 pp., I diagr. no. 2370. 

1900. 20 pp. no. 2483. 

1903. 42 pp., I table, no. 3126. 

1904. 46 pp. no. 3302. 

Trade of Patras. 

1886. 7 pp. no. 78. 1893. 17 pp. no. 1331. 

16S7. 6 pp. no. 259. 1894. 22 pp. no. 1500. 

1888. 6 pp. no. 457. 1895. 14 pp. no. 1682. 

1889. 8 pp. no. 644. 1896. 15 pp. no. i86z. 
i8go. 6 pp. no. 819. 1897. 15 pp. no. 2055. 

1891. 10 pp. no. 980. 1898. 15 pp. no. 2214. 

1892. zi pp. no. Z154. Z899. Z4 pp. no. 2408. 

Z900. x8 pp. no. 2573. 

Trade of Piraeus. 

Z885. 9 pp. no. 3^. 1893. 38 pp. no. 1365. 

z886-i 887, none published. 1894. 39 pp. no. 1537. 

z888. 6 pp. no. 474. 1895. 47 pp. no. 1694. 

1889. 10 pp. no. 672. Z896. 15 pp. no. x86z. 

1890. 13 pp. no. 834. 1897. IS pp. no. 2055. 
Z891. 16 pp. no. 1019. 1898. 15 pp. no. 22x4. 
1892. 19 pp. no. Z184. 1899. 14 pp. no. 2408. 

Z900. x8 pp. no. 3573. 

Trade and agriculture of Thessaly. 
1889. 4 pp. no. 5^9. iSg^oo. 15 pp. no. 3385. 
Z890-X898, none published. 1900/1. x8 pp. no. 9557. 
xgox/a. 15 pp. no. 9764. 



LIST OF WORKS RELATING TO THE BALKANS 



207 



Greece, confd, 

Turkey. 1878, no. 8. Further correspond- 
ence respecting^ the affairs of Turkey. London: 
Harrison &* Sons, 1878. . I 1., 3 p. f*. (Parlia- 
mentary' Papers, 1878. V. 81.) 

Despatch of H. B. M. Consul at Canea, Crete, Thomat B. 
Sandwith, transmitting the petition addressed to the consols 
of the Great Powers and of Greece residing in Canea on Dec. 
aa, 1877 (<>• *•) by a committee of the Cretan Christians. 

Turkey. 1878, no. 19. Correspondence 

respecting the relations between Turkey and 
Greece. London: Harrison &* Sons [1878J. ix, 
120 p. f°. (Parliamentary Papers, 1878, v. 82.) 

Covers the period from June 9, 1877, to Feb. za, 187!. 

Turkey. 1878, no. 20. Correspondence 

respecting the representation of Greece in the 
Congress [of Berlin]. London: Harrison &* Sons 
[1878]. I 1., 4 p. C (Parliamentary Papers, 
1878, V. 82.) 

Turkey. 1878, no, 28. Correspondence 

respecting the affairs of Crete. London: Harrison 
^ Sons [1878]. iv, 59 p. r, (ParliamenUry 
Papers, 1878, v. 82.) 

Covers the period from Dec. aa, 1877, to March 4/15, 1878. 

Turkey. 1878, no 32. Correspondence 

respecting the insurrections in Thessaly and Epirus. 
London: Harrison 6* Sons [1878]. vi, 143 p. f*. 
(Parliamentary Papers, 1878, v. 83.) 

Turkey. 1878. no. 35. Further corre- 
spondence respecting the affairs of Crete. London: 
Harrison 6f Sons [1878]. i 1., 48 p. f°. (Par- 
liamentary Papers, 1878, v. 82.) 

Covers the period from March 31 to June 34, 1B78. 

Greece. 1880, no. i. Further correspond- 
ence respecting the negotiations for the rectification 
of the Greek frontier. London: Harrison &* Sons 
[1880]. vi, 138 p. f*. (Parliamentary Papers, 
1880, V. 78.) 

Covers the period from June 9, 1879, to J^Q- i9« 1880. 

Turkey. 1880, no. 13. Despatches from 

Her Majesty's Ambassador at Constantinople and 
Her Majesty's Minister at Athens, forwarding 
copies of the collective note respecting the Turco- 
Greek boundary and of the replies of the Turkish 
and Greek Governments. London: Harrison &* 
Sons [1880]. 7 p. C (Parliamentary Papers, 
1880. V. 81.) 

Greece. 1881, no. i. Correspondence re- 
specting the rectification of the Greek frontier. 
London: Harrison &* Sons [1881]. xi, 91 p. f. 

(Parliamentary Papers, 1881, v. 98.) 
From April a8 to Oct. 17, 1880. 

Greece. 1881, no. 2. Further correspond- 
ence respecting the rectification of the Greek fron- 
tier. London: Harrison &* Sons [1881]. vii, 57 p. 
f°. (Parliamentary Papers, 1881. v. 98.) 

From Oct. a8, z88o, to Jan. as, 1881. 

Greece. 1 881, no. 3. Further correspond- 
ence respecting the rectification of the Greek fron- 
tier. London: Harrison &* Sons [1881]. I 1., 
8 p. C (Parliamentary Papers, 1881, v. 98.) 

Collective notes of the Powers addressed to the Greek Gov- 
ernment on April 7 and ao, 188 1, resp., and to the Porte on 
April Z9, z88z. 

Greece. 1881, no. 4. Further paper re- 
specting the rectification of the Greek frontier. Lon- 
don: Harrison &' Sons [1881]. 2 1. (Parliamen- 
tary Papers, i88x, v. 98.) 

Reply of the Porte to the Collective note of the Powers of 
April 19, z88z. 



Greece. 1881, no. 5. Despatch from Mr. 

Goschen forwarding the convention for the settle- 
ment of the frontier between Greece and Turkey, 
signed at Constantinople on the 24. May, 1881. 
London: Harrison 6* Sons [1881]. I 1., 27 p. V, 
(Parliamentary Papers, 1881, v. 98.) 

Greece. 1881, no. 6. Correspondence re- 
specting the rectification of the Greek frontier. 
London: Harrison &' Sons [1881]. xiv, 236 p. f*. 
(Parliamentary Papers, 1881. v. 98.) 

From Jan. 17 to May 31, z88z. 

Greece. 1881, no. 8. Correspondence re- 
specting the rectification of the Greek frontier. 
London: Harrison 6r* Sons [1881]. 3 p. (Parlia- 
mentary Papers, 1881, v. 98.) 

Despatch from M. Coumoundouros, correcting report' of a 
conversation printed in Greece, no 6, z88i. 

Turkey. 188 1, no. 10. Correspondence 

respecting the demarcation of the Russo-Turkish 
frontier in Asia. London: Harrison 6f* Sons [1881]. 
iVf 45 p. f**' (Parliamentary Papers, 1881, v. 100.) 

Greece. 1882, no. i. Correspondence 

respecting the rectification of the Greek frontier. 
London: Harrison &* Sons [1882]. viii, 142 p. 
f. (Parliamentary Papers, 1882, v. 80.) 

From June a to Dec. 19, 1881. 

Greece. 1882, no 2. Further correspond- 
ence respecting the rectification of the Greek fron- 
tier. London: Harrison &* Sons [1882]. 3 p. f. 
(Parliamentary Papers, 1882. v. 80.) 

Correspondence transmitting the convention between Tor- 
key and Greece, signed at Constantinople, July a, 188 1. The 
text of the convention is not given. 

Greece. 18S6, no. 2. Copy of a circular 

despatch to Her Majesty's representatives abroad 
respecting the affairs of Greece. London: Harri- 
son &* Sons [1886]. 5 p. r, (Parliamentary 
Papers, 1S86, v. 74.) 

Lord Roseberry's despatch of May 6, z886. 

Greece. 1886, no. 3. Further correspond- 
ence respecting the affairs of Greece. London: 
Harrison &* Sons [1886]. xiii, 155 p. f. (Par- 
liamentary Papers, 1886, v. 74.) 

From Dec. 6, X885, to May za, 1B86. 

Turkey. 1890, no. 2. Further correspond- 
ence respecting the affairs of Crete. London: 
Harrison tSr* Sons [1890]. vi, 210 p., i map. f**. 
(Parliamentary Papers, 1890, v. 82.) 

In continuation of Turkey no. 2, Z889. Covers the period 
from Aug. 31, 1889, to March 5, Z890. 

Turkey. 1891, no. 4. Further correspond- 
ence respecting the affairs of Crtte. London: Har^ 
rison &» Sons [i%()i]. ix, 128 p. f. (Parliamen- 
tary Papers, 1891, ▼. 97.) 

la continuation of Turkey no. a, Z890. Covers the period 
from Feb. zo to Dec. a9, 1890. 

Turkey. 1891, no. 5. Further correspond- 
ence respecting the affairs of Crete. London: 
Harrison &* Sons [1891]. iv, 59 p. f. (Parlia- 
mentary Papers, 1891, v. 97.) 

In continuation of Turkey no. 4, 189Z. From Dec. a9, 1890, 
to June a3, Z89Z. 

Turkey. 1896, no. 7. Correspondence 

respecting the affairs of Crete. London: Harrison 
^ Sons [1896]. xxxii, 364 p. f*. (Parliamen- 
Ury Papers, 1896, v. 96.) 

From Feb. S4, Z895, to Sept. 5, z8f6. 



208 



LIST OF WORKS RELATING TO THE BALKANS 



Greece, confd. 

Turkey. 1897, no. 4. Notes addressed by 

the representatives of Great Britain, Austria- Hun- 
gary, France, Germany, Italy and Russia, to the 
Turkish and Greek governments in regard to Crete 
[on March 2 and 5, 1897, resp.]. London: Harri- 
son <5r* Sons [1897]. I 1., 3 p. f°. (Parliamentary 
Papers, 1897, v. 102.) 

Turkey. 1897, no. 5. Replies of the 

Turkish and Greek governments to the notes ad- 
dressed to them on March 2, 1897, by the represen- 
tatives of Great Britain, Austria- Hungary, France, 
Germany, Italy and Russia, in regard to Crete. 
London: Harrison &* Sons [1897]. i 1., 5 p. f*. 
(Parliamentary Papers, 1897. v. 102.) 

Turkey. 1897, no. 6. Reply of the Turk- 
ish government to the note presented on March 5, 
1897, by the representatives of Great Britain, Aus- 
tria-Hungary, France, Germany, Italy and Russia, 
in regard to Crete. London: Harrison &* Sons 
[1897J. 2 1. f*. (Parliamentary Papers, 1897, 
V. 102.) 

Turkey. 1897, no. 8. Further correspond- 
ence respecting the affairs of Crete. London: 
Harrison ^ Sons [1897]. vii, 125 p. f. (Par- 
liamentary Papers, 1897, v. 102.) 

In condnuation of Turkey no. 7, 1896. From Sept. za to 
Dec. 93, 1696. 

Turkey. 1897, no. 9. Reports on the sit- 
uation in Crete. London: Harrison ^ Sons [1897]. 
1 1., 48 p. f*. (Parliamentary Papers, 1897, v. 102.) 

Reports of Rear-Admiral Harris to the Admiralty, Feb. 
a7-May 4, 1897, and of Col. Chermside to the Foreign Office, 
April 17-33. 

Turkey. 1897, no. 10. Further correspond- 
ence respecting the affairs of Crete. London: 
Harrison 6r» Sons [1897]. xxvi, 197 p. f. (Par. 
liamentary Papers, 1897, v. 102.) 

In continuation of Turkey no. 8, 1807, and in completion of 
Turkey no. 9, 1897. From Jan. 4 to May 14, 1897. 

Turkey. 1897, no. ii. Correspondence 

respecting the affairs of Crete and the war between 
Turkey and Greece. London: Harrison d^ Sons 
[1897J. xliii, 293 p. f. 

From Jan. 7 to May a6, 1897. 



Turkey. 1897, no. 12. Further correspond- 
ence respecting the affairs of Crete. London: Har- 
rison 6* Sons [1897]. vi, 43 [i] p. f**. 

From May 15 to Nov. 3, 1897. 



Turkey. 1898, no. 3. Further correspond- 
ence respecting the affairs of Crete. London: Har- 
rison 6* .St7«j [1898]. XV, 225 p. f*. 

In continuation of Turkey nos. iz and 12, 1897. From May 
96 to Dec. 31, Z897. 

Turkey. 1898, no. 4. Correspondence 

respecting relief work in Crete. London: Harrison 
df Sons [1898]. I p.l., 28 p., I 1. r, 

Turkey. 1898, no. 5. Further correspond- 
ence respecting the affairs of Crete. London: 
Harrison &* Sons [1898J. xii, 206 p. f°. 

In continuation of Turkey no. 3, 1898. From Dec. 27, 1897, 
to June 30, 1898. 

Turkey. 1 898, no. 6. Further correspond- 
ence respecting the affairs of Crete. London: 
Harrison df Sons [1898]. vi, 83 p. f. 

In continuation of Turkey no. 5, 1898. From Jane 30 to 
Aaguit 29, Z898. 



Turkey. 1898, no. 7. Further correspond- 
ence respecting the affairs of Crete. London: 
Harrison <5r* Sons [1898]. xii. 141 p. C 

In continuation of Turkey no. 6, 1898. From Sept. 5 t« 
Nov. 7, 1898. • 

Turkey. 1899, no. i. Further correspond- 
ence respecting the affairs of Crete. London: 
Harrison d^ Sons [1899]. xiii, 152 p., i map. 
r. C. 9233. 

In continuation of Turkey no. 7, 1898. From Oct. 36, 1898,. 
to Feb. 28, X899. 

Turkey. 1899, no. 2. Report by Her 

Majesty's Commissioner in Crete on the provisional 
British administration of the province of Candia. 
London: Harrison &* Sons [i^^i^l. i p.l., 12 p. f*. 

Turkey. 1901, no. i. Further correspond- 
ence respecting the affairs of Crete. London: 
Harrison <5r* Sons\i(fii^. x, 197 p. V, 

In continuation of Turkey no. z, Z899. From Jan. 36 ta 
Dec. 34, Z899. 

Great Britain. — Hydrographic Office, Sail- 
ing directions for the island of Candia or Crete. 
By Cap. T. Spratt... London [Eyre <&• Spottis- 
woode]i%66. 2 p.l., 38 p. 2. ed. 8*. 

Great Britain. — Treasury Department, 
Greek Loan of 1832. Account of moneys paid 
out of the Consolidated Fund for interest and sink- 
ing fund on the loan, and of the amount repaid by 
the Greek government, 1869 (origin)-i9o8. Lon- 
don^ 1 870-1909. f. 

From X869--Z898 the Library has these accounts in the Par- 
liamentary Papers only, from 1899 to date, both in the Par- 
liamentary Papers and as separate copies. 

Greek Loan of 1898. Account of the 

total sums issued from the Consolidated Fund in 
respect to the annuity guaranteed for facilitating 
the raising of a loan by the government of Greece,. 
1900-1901. London^ 1900-1901. V, 

Grdce et £gypte. Convention commerciale du 
4 juin 1906 entree en viguere le 15/28 juin de la. 
meme annee. (France. Min. d. Comm. et d. Tin- 
dust. Annales du Commerce Ext^rieur. Pays 
Strangers en G^n^ral. Conventions Internation- 
ales. Legisl. comm., no. 241, 1906, fasc. 8-10, 
pp. 1-27. Paris y 1906.) 

Qreeee,—BouU, * EqtrifjisQle ti/e KvpBQtrq^ 

oecog tov Baoilshu tijc 'EXlddoc, i885-date. 

'Ev^A^i^vcug, 1885-date. 8'andr. 

IlQaxxixa %wv SwedQidasaw t^s BovXfjg, 

1885-1897, 1899-1902. 'fiV^^fJMUffiexToiJ'JE- 
^txoC TvnoyQaq>8lov, 1 885-1902. 8^ and 4**. 

After X902 merged with '^iprjfMQlg, 
Greece. — Constitution, 

1821. Nov. 4. (Western Mainland). German 
text: POlitz. Europ. verf., iii: 492. 

Nov. 16. (Eastern Mainland). German 

text: ibid. pp. 497. 

Dec. I. (Peloponnesus). 



German text: 



ibid, pp. 509. 

1822. Jan. 15. (Provisional const.; const, of 
Epidaurus) . Text. Greek and English parallel 
text. The provisional const, of Greece... p. 55. 
German text: POlitz. Europ. verf., iii: 514; French 
text: British and Foreign State Papers, ix: 620. 

The provisional constitution of Greece. . . 

London, 1823. (2), 122 p. 8*. 



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209 



Greece, ctmfd. 

1827. May 17. (Const, of Tr^zine.) German 
text: POlitz. Europ. vcrf., iii: 522. French text: 
British and Foreign State Papers, xv: 1069. 

1844. March 4/16. Proceedings. Der hellen- 
ische national congress za A then i. d. jahren 1843- 
1844. Nach d. orig. aasg . . . bearb. ▼. A. C. 
Heinze. Leipzig, 1845. xxvi, 408 p. 8". Text. 
German text : Hellenisches national congress, p. 
248; French text: British and Foreign State Papers, 
xxxii: 989. 

1864. Nov. 16/28. French text: British and 
Foreign State Papers, Ivi: 572; Dareste. Les const, 
mod. ii: 321. 

Greece. — Bureau de Statistique, Bulletin men- 

snel du commerce special de la Gr^e avec les pays 

strangers, 1898. Athines^ 1898. 4**. 

Continued as : 

Balletin trimestriel du commerce special de la 
Griceavec les pays Strangers, 1 902-1 908. Athines^ 
1 902-1 908. f . 

Commerce de la Gr^ce avec les pays Stran- 
gers, ann^ 1899-1901. [Athens f] 1900-1903. f . 

In Greek and French. 

Statistique de la Gr^ce. Mouvement de la 

population. AnnSe 23, 1884. Ath^es,iSSS. f*. 

Population. Recensement general k la date 

15-16 avril, 1889. Pt. 3. Athhtes, 1891. f*. 

Greece. — Upourgeion ton Ekklesiastikon kai 
tes Demosias Ekpaideuseos, 

UiyaxK avyxQixixoi xai oxaxtoxixoi tfjg otoi« 

X9t€oSovc * EnnandsvoBCOQ h xtp Kgatst <Jbrd toU 

Miovi 1894 fUxQi ziXavg tov hovg 1897. n. p. 

39 pp. f°. 

Comparative and statistical tables of elementary instruction 
in the kingdom, from the year 1894 tu the end of the year 
1897. 

Qtr^Bce.^-Upourgeion Exoierikon, 

JuzXcofiauna fyyQatpa dtpoQc^vta elg t6 fu^' 

Qiaxov ii^Tfj/M. HaiaTe^ivxa sk T17V Bovlr^y vjio 

xov knl x&v *E^cDX9Qix&v vnovQyod. *Ev 'A^^ 

y€ug, in xoO xvjtoyQa<peiov 2. K, BXaoto^, 1882. 

306 p., I 1. 4". 

Documents diplomatiques. Conflit greco- 

turc. Avr.-sept., 1897. Athhnes: A Constanttdinis^ 
1897. 244 p., I map. f°. 

Greece. — Upourgeion ton Oikonomikon. 

'Anoygaqfij xoO TtXrj&vofAoi} xaxa xifv 27 

'Oxxcufiglov, 1907, Migoe 2. ' Er 'A^i^yaig, igo&. 

r. 

Migoc 2. nivaxsQ oQi^fifixixol. 

AsXxlov ToCf ^novgysiov xmr Otxorofux&v 

xaxa fitjva ixdM/isvov imb xov vnovgysiov xwv 
Oixorofux&r.'Ezoc *Ev ^A'&rivatg: 'Ex tov 

'E^ixod Tvn(yyQa<peiov, 1908-date. 8**. 

^QoXoyla^ aagayayyij xai xaxavdXcoaie 

x&v olyojtysvfinxoyv xai to? ^xy&ov fMxa oiaxioxi- 
xwv mvaxow, [Taxes, production and consump- 
tion of liquors and beer, with statistical tables.] 
'jEV' AiHivwq, in to0 'E^ixot) Tvn, xai Ai^q. 
1906. xiii, 27 1., 166 p. r. 



Resultats statistiques du recensement de la 

population de 17-18 octobre, 1896. Athines: Imp, 
et Lit hog. Nation, t 1897. 174 p. 4^ 

ArjfioauvfMcxa xo& xfn^/taxos xijg Arjfiociac 

Olxovofitae. 'Aqi^, 1-2. *Ey'A^i^ig: 'Ex xov 'E- 
^ixoH Ivnoygaqfiov, 1899. 2 fasc. 8°. 

'Ex^iottg hti x&p dsroXoyuffiohf xai ig^ 

yaouSy h yhu t^ yBWQytxo^ oxoXsitov xaxa x6 
hog 1897. [Reports on accounts and work 
done by the agricultural schools, 1897.] *Ew 

A^ipwig, ix xo€ 'E^ixov TvjtoyQa<p8UW, 1899. 
78 p., 7 tab. &^ (recogyixtj BifiXio&i^xrj, 6q. 7.) 

To ^E&vixov TvnoyQaq?eiop, 1} *Kq?ij/UQig 

xfjg Kvfisgy^csoDg xai x6 'E^ixby StpqayioxtiQioy , 

tjxoi, iaxoQla xcd vofta&eola avx6^. *Ev 'A^ijvatg^ 

1906. 104 p. 8**. 

Greece in 1824; by the author of War in 
Greece. London^ 1824. 8°. 

Cfrreek (A.) wedding. (New Monthly Maga. 
and Lit. Jour. London, 1828. 8**. v. 23 (i8a8, 
pt. 2), pp. 86-92.) 

Cfrrei^roviae (F.) Geschichte der Stadt der 
Athen im Mittelalter; von der Zeit Justinian's bis 
zur tQrkischen Eroberung. Stuttgart: J. G, Cotta, 
1889. 2 ▼. 8'. 

Griechenland. Aussenhandel (Spezialhandel) 
im Jahre 1903. (Deut. Handels-Archiv. Jahrg. 
1905 (Oct.), pp. 1228-1248. Berlin, 1905.) 

Griechenland. ZoUtarif nebst den Bestim- 
mnngen Uber die Tara. (Deutsches Handels- 
Archiv. Jahrg. T904, pp. 39-88; Jahrg. 1909, pp. 
49-100. Berlin, 1 904-1909. 4'.) 

CMechenUuid-tArkische (Der) Krieg des 
Jahres 1897; nach officiellen Quellen von einem 
hOheren Offizier. Berlin: Schall &* Grund [1897]. 
vi, 257 (i) p., 6 maps, 21 port. 12*. 

Grlediieche (Die) Armee 1909. (Streffleurs 
milit. Ztschr. IVien, 1909. 8**. 1909, v. 2, pp. 
1113-1120.) 

Grlechiselien (Die) Eisenbahn im Jahre 1902. 
(Archiv f. Eisenbahn wesen. Jahrg. 1906, pp. 187- 
191. Berlin, 1906.) 

GrosTenor (Edwin Augustus). The perma- 
nence of the Greek type. (Amer. antiq. soc. Proc. 
▼. II, pp. 333-350. Worcester, 1897.) 

Ght^rln (H. V.) Description de Ttle de Patmos 
et de rtle de Samos. Paris: A. Durand, 1856. 
2 p.l., iv, 328 p., 2 maps. 8**. 

Voyage dans Ttle de Rhodes et description. 

Paris, 1856. 8'. 

Gaillaame ( ), Baron. Rapport de la 
legation 4 Ath^nes. Un rapport economique sur la 
Gr^ce en 1898. (Recueil consulaire. ▼. 107, pp. 
6-128. Bruxelles, 1900.) 

Gairand (Paul). L'^volution du travail dans 
la Gr^ce ancienne. (Rev. d. deux mondes. v. 169 
(p^r. 5, v. 7), pp. 621-650. Paris, 1902.) 

Guldencrone (D. de), Baronne. L*Archake 
f^odale: ^tude sur le Moyen Age en Grece (1205- 
1456). Paris: E. Leroux, 1886. 3 p.l., 393 p. 8*. 



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Greece, cont'd, 

Hailbronner (Karl von). Morgenland und 
Abendland. Bilder. . .vom Verfasser der Cartons 
[i. e. K. V. Hailbronner]. Stuttgart: J. G. Cotta^ 
1841. 2 V. 16°. 

Handbook (A) for travellers in Greece . . . 
London: J. Murray^ 1822. xiii (i), 505 (i) p., 3 
maps, illus. 4. ed. 16°. (Murray's Handbooks ) 

[By G. F. Bowen.] London^ 1884. 2 v. 

5. ed. 12*. (Murray's Handbooks.) 

London: J, Murray ^ 1896. cxx, 992 p , 

4 pi., 5 maps, 16 plans, illus. 6. ed. 12''. (Mur- 
ray's Handbooks.) 

Handbook (A) for travellers in the Ionian 
Islands, Greece, Turkey, Asia Minor, and Con- 
stantinople. . .including a description of Malta. . . 
London: J, Murray^ 1845. Ixix, 408 p., 4 maps. 
New ed. 12*". (Murray's Handbooks.) 

Harrington (5. earl)^ L. F. C. Stanhope. 
Greece, in 1823 and 1824; being a series of letters, 
and other documents on the Greek revolution, 
written during a visit to that country. London: 
Sherwood, Jones, and Co., 1824. xiv, i 1., 368 p., 
6 fac-sim., i port. 8**. 

New edition, containing. . .papers 

illustrative. . .of Greece in 1825 [and]. . .reminis- 
cences of Lord Byron. [Edited by Richard Ryan.] 
London: Sherwood, G, h* P., 1825. xii, 2 1., 575 
(i) p., 7 fac-sim., 2 port. 8°. 

Harrison (J. A.) Greek vignettes. A sail in 
the Greek seas, summer of 1877. Boston: Hough- 
ton, Osgood ^ Co,, 1878. vi, (i 1.) 258 p. I6^ 

Hartley (J.) Researches in Greece and the 
Levant. London: R, B. Seeley and W, Burnside, 
1833. 2. ed., corr. and rev. 6 p.l., 383 (i) p., 
2 maps. 12*. 

HantteccBur (Henry). L'tlede Kimolos. map. 
(Soc. roy. beige de g^og. Bull. v. 25, pp. 350- 
366. Bruxelles, 1901.) 

L'lle de Lemnos. (Bull. Soc. roy. de g^og. 

d'Anvers. v. 27, pp. 197-212. Anvers, 1903.) 

La'principaut^ de Samos. map. (Soc. roy. 

beige de g^og. Bull. v. 25, pp. 5-32, 81-124, 
177-200. Bruxelles, 190 1.) 

".Bibliographic," pp. 5-11. 

L'ile de Tinos. (Soc. roy. beige de geog. 

Bull. V. 27, pp. 197-230, 289-311. Bruxelles, 

1903.) 
Bibliographic, pp . 197-199. 

L'tle de Mytilini. (Bull. Soc. roy. de %iog, 

d* Anvers. v. 26, pp. 49-84. Anvers, 1902.) 

L'fle de Thasos. map. (Soc, roy. beige 

de g^og. Bull. v. 26, pp. 475-501. Bruxelles, 
1902.) 

L'tle de Samothrace (Samothraki). map. 

(Soc. roy. beige de geog. Bull. v. 29, pp. 168- 
181, 281-301. Bruxelles, 1905.) 

Heinie (A. C.) Der hellenische National 
Congress zu Athen 1843-44. Leipzig, 1845. 8**. 

Herbanlt (N.) Le controle international en 
Egypte, Turquie et Gr^ce. 5 1 p. (Congr^s inter- 
nat. d. valeurs mobili^res. v. 5 [art. 59]. Paris, 
1901.) 

Hertsbergf (Gustav Friedrich). Geschichte 
Griechenlands seit dem Absterben des antiken 



Lebens bis zur Gegenwart. Got ha: F, A. Perthes \ 
1876-79. 4 V. 8°. (Geschichte der europ&ischen 
Staaten.) 

Hettner (H.) Athens and the Peloponnese: 
with sketches of northern Greece, from the German. 
Edinburgh: T. Constable and Co,, 1854. 4 p.l., 
230 p. 12". 

Hilber (Vincenz). Geologische Reisen in Nord- 

griechenland und Makedonien 1899 und 1900. 

(Kais. Akad. d. Wissensch. Math.-naturwiss. 

Classe. Sitzungsb. v. no, pt. i, pp. 171-182. 

Wien, I go I.) 

'laxOQla Tov 'ElXrivixov i&vovs, ojto x&v dgxcuo' 

xdtoiv xQovcov fJtexQ^ ^^ vsooriQCOv. Tofi. 1-2, 4-5. 

'Ev 'A^vaig, 1860-74. 4 v. 8% 

'Ev 'A^i^vaig, A. KcovoTaintvldijg, 1886- 

87. 5 V. pi. 2 ed. 8'. 

Aoyog ixq?<ovtj'&€ie zi^v xy ^OxxcofiQiov, 

1873 ^lASQOv xfjg smarifwv lyxa&idQitasciK x&v vi(ov 

&QX&V TO0 'E^mov nav87ii(nrjfiiov. *Er *A^vatg: 

N,r, UdaaaQrig, 1874. 191pp. 8°. 

Hofi^arth (D. G.) Crete, free and autonomous. 
(Fortnightly Rev. v. 80 (n. s. v. 74), pp. 492-500. 
London, 1903.) 

The history of Cretan discontent. (Monthly 

Rev. V. 21 (Oct. 1905), pp. 1 18-129. London, 
1905.) 

Holland (H.) Travels in the Ionian Isles, 
Albania, Thessaly, Macedonia, &c., during the 
years 18 12 and 181 3. London: Longman, Hurst, 
Rees, Orme, and Brown, 18 15. x, i 1., 552 p., 
I map, II pi. 4°. 

2. ed. 2 V. in I. London: Longman, 

Hurst [tic^i^iq. 8°. 

Hopf (Karl). Geschichte der Insel Andros und 
ihrer Beherrscher in dem Zeitraume von 1 207-1 566. 
(Kais. Akad. d. Wissensch. Philos.-hist. CI. 
Sitzungsb. Bd. 16, pp. 23-131. 2 tab. Wien, 
1855. 8\) 

Urkunden und Zusatze zur Geschichte der 

Insel Andros und ihrer Beherrscher in dem Zeit- 
raume von 1207 bis 1566. (Kais. Akad. d. Wissen- 
sch. Philos.-Hist. CI. Sitzungsb. Bd. 21, pp. 
221-262. Wien, 1857. 8'.) 

Veneto-Byzantinische Analekten. (Kais. 

Akad. d. Wissensch. Philos.-Hist. CI. Sitzungsb. 
Bd. 32, pp. 365-528. 5 tab. Wien, i860. 8 . 

Horton (George). Modern Athens. (Scrib- 
ner's Maga. v. 29, pp. 3-18, 195-212. New York, 
1901.) 

N'ew York: C, Scribner*s Sons, 1901. 

3 p.l., 91 p., 2 pi. 8". 

Howe (Samuel Grid ley). Appeal to the people 
of the United States to relieve from starvation the 
women and children of the Greeks of the island of 
Crete. [By S. G. Howe.] Boston: G, C. Rand &* 
Avery, 1867. 40 p. 8". 

An historical sketch of the Greek Revolu- 
tion. New York, 1828. 8^ 

Letters and journals of Samuel Gridley 

Howe. Edited by his daughter, Laura E. Richards. 
Boston: Dana Estes &* Co, [li^t-ifpf)'], 2 v. illus. 
8% 



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211 



Greece, confd, 

'ELushBu (T. S.) Travels in Sicily, Greece and 
Albania. London^ 1820. 2 ▼. 4°. 

Internationale (Die) Finanzkontrolle in 
Griechenland. (Finanz-Archiv. Zeitschr. f. d. ge- 
samte Finanzwesen. Jahrg. 16, v. i, pp. 409- 
414. Stuttgart, 1899.) 

Ionian (The) Islands; what they have lost and 
suffered under the thirty-Bve years* administration 
of the lord high commissioners; in reply to "The 
Ionian Islands under British protection"; by An 
Ionian. London, 185 1. 8**. 

'Iwtos dv^Xtyyia. Ionian Anthology. Anto^ 

logia Ionia, i v. 'Ev K8qxvq<^ [1834]. 8'. 

In Greek, Italian and English. 

Isambert (^.) Gr^ce et Turquie d'Europe. 
Paris: Hachette et Cie., 1881. 3 p.l., iii-lxxxiv, 
1082 p., 6 maps [i in pocket], 2 plans. 12*. (In 
his: Itin^raire descriptif, historique ct archeo- 
logique de I'Orient. v. i.) 

Isambert (Gaston). L'autonomie cr^toise. 
(Annates des sci. polit. v. 14, pp. 456-477. Paris, 
1899.) 

Le conflit grrfco-lurc. (6 cole libre des sci. 

polit. Anuales, v. 13, pp. 149-173. Paris^ 1898.) 

L*ind^pendance grecque et l' Europe. Paris: 

Plon-Nourrit et Cie.y 1900. 4 p.l., 424 p., i map, 
6 port. 8^ 

Italy. — Ministro degli Affari EsterL Docu- 
menti diplomatici: Candia, presentati alia camera 
dal ministro degli affari esteri (Crispi). Roma, 
1890. vii, 86 p. 4**. 

Document! diplomatici [Sess. 1897-98]. 

Greta e il conflitto Turco-Ellenico, presentati alia 
camera dal ministro degli affari esteri (Visconti- 
Venosta). Roma, iSgj. xxxiii, 443 p. 4". (Rac- 
colta degli atti parlamentari. Sess. 1897-98. 
Cam. Doc. v. 2.) 

Documenti diplomatici [Sess. 1898] pre- 
sentati alia camera dal ministro degli affari esteri. 
(Canevaro) Greta. Roma, 1898. xv, 127 p. 4°. 

From Oct. 7, 1897, to Nov. x5, 1898. 



Documenti diplomatici presentati . . . dal . . . 

(Mancini) con lettera alia presidenza in data del 15 
settembre 1881. Questione Turco-Ellenica (1881). 
Roma: Tip. Eredi Botta [188 1]. xii, 353 p. 4*. 
(14. Leg. v. sess. 1880-81. Gam. dei Dep. N. iv. 
quinquie (Doc.) 

J. (G.) Le chemin de fer transhell^nique et 
I'utilite de cr^er une ligne transepirohellenique. 
(G^ie civil, v. 44, pp. 330-333. Paris, 1904.) 

Jackson (Frank W.) Electricity in Greece. 
(Gassier's Maga. v. 21, pp. 443-455. New York, 
1902.) 

Jacqnet ( ). Intervention des puissances 
en Gr^te. (Bull. Soc. de geog. de Rochefort. 
V. 26, pp. 100-115. Rochefort, 1904.) 

Jandin (B. de). Autour et au travers du P^- 
lopon^se. illus. (Tour du monde. Paris, 1909. 
r. n. s., V. 15, pp. 1-72.) 

Jeg^erlehner (J.). Der Auf stand der kan- 
diotischen Ritterschaft gegen das Mutterland Vene- 
dig. 1363-65. (Byzantin. Ztsch. v. I2, pp. 78- 
125. Leipzig, 1903.) 



Joomal de I'expedition de M. La Fueillade 
pour le secours de Gandie; par Un volontaire. 
Lyon, 1670. pi. 24". 

Jurien de la Graviere (Jean Pierre Edmond). 
La station du Levant. Paris, 1876. 2 v. 12°. 

Kasasis (Neocles). Grecs et Bulgares au dix- 
neuvi^me et au vingti^me slides. Paris: P,V^ 
Stock, 1907. 82 p., I 1. 8**. 

Kebedg^y (Michel). Le rel^vement de la 
Gr^ce. (Biblioth^que Universelle et rev. Suisse. 
V. 21, pp. 344-370. 492-514- Lausanne, 190 1) 

Keightley (T.) History of the War of In- 
dependence in Greece. Edinburgh, 1830. 2 v. 

Kiepert (H.) Garte de I'Epire et de la Thes- 
salie. Die gricchisch-ittrkischen Srenzgebiete mit 
Angabe der griechischen Sprachgrenze. Berlin: 
D. Reimer, 1897. f. 

Kolokotron6s« The Klepht and the war- 
rior. Sixty years of peril and daring. An auto- 
biography. Translated from the Greek with... 
notes. By Mrs. [E. M.] Edmonds. With a preface 
by J. Gennadius. London: T. P, Unwin, 1892. 
XXV, 2 1., 317 p., I map, 7 port. 8°. (Adventure 
series, v. 10.) 

Koraas (A.) Memoire sur T^tat actuel de la 
civilisation dans la Gr^ce. (In bis: Lettres in- 
^dites de Coray k Ghardon de la Rochette. Paris , 

1877. 8^ pp. 445-504.) 

Kg^jixfi fU) ^EsiavAmaaic &Ji6 xov 1866 

fA^XQi foO 1 868. ' Yn6 ^Ayylov tiv6s naToixovp^ 

xog iv Kqi^tij, 'Ev *A'&^ats, in xov wJtoyQatpsiov 

jijg Sifudog, i86q. 44 pp. 8*. 

Krambacher (Karl). Griechische Reise- 
Blatter aus dem Tagebuche einer Reise in Griech- 
enland und in der TUrkci. Berlin: A. Hettler, 
1886. xlviii, 390 p., I 1. i6*. 

Kuriakidos (Epameinondas K.). 'laxoQla 
xoO cvyxQ^ov '"EUfiruffiav dx6 r^e tdgi6oea)s xov 
fiaaiXslov x^g ''EXldSog i^ixQ^ ^^ ^fugdir fiac* 
1833-1892. '£v 'Aureus, BaaiXixi^ xvncygwpla, 
1893. 2y. illus. 8°. 

Kypriades (Gonstantin A.) Gr^ce. i. Le 
code p^nal de 1834; 2. Lois penaies plus recentes; 
3. Bibliographic du droit p^nal grec. [Traduction 
de A. Graz.] (In: La legislation p^nale com- 
par^e. Berlin, 1894. 4". v. i, pp. 238-240.) 

Laborde (L. de), Comte, Ath^nes aux xv» 
XVI. et XVII. siicles. Paris, 1854. 2 v. 8*. 

Laeroiz (P. L.) fles de la Gr^ce. Paris: F. 
Didot frhres, 1853. 2 p.l.. iv, 644 p., 4 maps,. 
I plan, 26 pi. 8**. (L'univers. Histoire et descrip- 
tion.) 

Lafargpie (E.) Les armies de la peninsule 
des Balkans. (Quest, diplomat, et col. ▼. 23, pp. 
577-584- Paris, 1907.) 

La Blantia (Giuseppe). I capitoli delle colo- 
nic Greco- Albanesi di Sicilia dei secoli xv e xvi 
raccolti e publicati da G. La Mantia. Palermo: 
A. Giannitrapani, 1904. xlii, I 1., 85 p., I 1. 8**. 

Larkworthy (F.) Banking in Greece. (In- 
stitute of bankers. Jour. v. 26, pp. 558-561. 
London, 1905.) 



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Greece, cont'd. 

La Roncidre (Charles de). Francois ler et la 
defense de Rhodes. (Biblioth^que de TEcole des 
chartes, v. 62, pp, 223-240. Paris, 1901.) 

Unc bataille de Navarin. Ldpante ignor^e. 

(Rev. maritime, v. i63, pp. 405-410. Paris, 
1906.) 

La Solaye (L. de). M (^moires ov relation 
militaire; contenant ce qui s'est pass^. . .dans les 
attaques, 8c dans la deffence de la ville de Candie 
depuis I'annee 1645. . .iusques au iour de sa re- 
duction. . .Par vn capitaine fran9ois, commandant 
dans la place pour les V^nitiens. [Dedication 
tigfned: L. De la Solaye.] Paris: C. Bar din, 
1670. 12 pi., 117, 122-124. 185, 346 p., 2 I. 
nar. 24*. 

Launay (L. de). L'fle de Rhodes. (Le tour 
du monde. n. s. v. 6, pp. 457-480. Paris, 1900.) 

Laanay (Wilhelm Bellier de). Einige Worte 
Qber Griecheniand. Berlin, 1823. 12**. 

Leake (W. M.) Travels in the Morca. With 
a map and plans. London: J, Murray, 1830. 3 v. 
%\ 

Peloponnesiaca: a supplement to Travels 

in the Morea. London: y. Rodwell, 1846. xvi, 
432 p., 2 maps. 8"*. 

Travels in northern Greece. London, \%ZS^ 

4 V. 8'. 

Lessen (F. A.) Schilderung einer enthusias- 
mirten Reise nach Griecheniand im Jahr 1822. 
G5rli%, 1823. 8'. 

Lestoile (P.) Greece and The Times. Re- 
printed from Minerva for Oct., 1880. Rome: Of, 
of Minerva, 1880. 20 p. 8*. 

Levi (Alessandro). Delitto e pena nel pen- 
•iero dei Greci... Torino: Fratelli Bocca, 1903. 
▼iii, 278 p. 12''. (Picola bibl. di scienze mod- 
erne, no. 78.) 

Levi (Giulio Augnsto). Le batUglie di Cos e 
di Andro. (R. accad. d. sci. Atti, v. 39, pp. 629- 
634. Torino, 1904.) 

Leycester (£. M.) Some account of the vol- 
canic group of Santorin or Thera, once called 
Calliste, or, The most beautiful. Communicated 
by Thomas Graves, n. t,-p, [London: fV, Clowes 
and Sons, 1850 ?] 38 p., i map, i pi. 8*. 
Title from cover. 

Lieber (F.) Tagebuch mcines Aufenhaltes in 
Griecheniand. Leipzig, 1823. 8"*. 

• 

Life (The) of the renowned Peter D'Aubusson, 
Grand Master of Rhodes. Containing those two 
remarkable sieges of Rhodes by Mahomet ... and 
Solyman... London: G, Wells, 1679. 4 p.l., 
509 p. 8'. 

Lindan ( RudolQ. Ein Ausflug nach den agai- 
schen Inseln. (Deutsche Rundschau. Berlin, 
1898. 8^ V. 97, pp. 76-99, 194-223.) 

Lithg^Ow (William). Relations of the Travels 
of W. Lithgow, a Scot, in Candy, Greece, the Holy- 
land, Egypt, and parts of the East [1614]. (Pur- 
chas his Pilgrimcs. London, 1625. ii, x, 1831- 
1848.) 

Lorens (D. E.) The Mediterranean traveller; 
a handbook of practical information. New York: 



F, H. RevellCo, [1905]. 357 p., 14 maps, 2 plans, 
32 pi. 12°. 

Lorens-Liburnaa (Ludwig von) Die Wild- 
ziegen der griechischen Inseln und ihre Beziehun- 
gen zu anderen Ziegenformen. illus., 3 pi. (Bos- 
nisch-Hercegovinisches Landesmuseum in Sarajevo. 
Wissenschaftl. Mittheil. aus Bosnien u. d. Herce- 
govina. Wien^ 1899. 4**. v. 6, pp. 851-886.) 

Lucas (Paul). Voyage du Sieur Paul Lucas, 
fait par ordre du roy, dans la Grece, I'Asie Mineure, 
la Macedoine et I'Afrique. Paris: N, Simart, 
1712. 2 V. 16'. 

LiadTigfh(S.) Reise nach Griecheniand. New 
York, 1845. 8'. 

Mahafly (J. P.) Greek pictures drawn with 
pen and pencil. London: The Religious Tract 
Society, 1890. 223 p., 17 pi., il. 4°. 

Rambles and studies in Greece. London, 

1876. 12'. 

Maitland {Sir Thomas). Substance of Sir 
Thomas Maitland's address to the legislative assem 
bly of the Ionian Islands, 4. March, 1822. London: 
C.H, Reynell, 1822. 18 p. 8**. 

De Bossbt (Charles Philippe). Parga, and the 
Ionian islands; comprehending a refutation of the 
mis-statements of the Quarterly Review and of 
Lieut. -Gen. Sir Thomas Maitland, on the subject; 
with a report of the trial between that officer and 
the author. London: J, Warren, 182 1, i p.l., 
v-xxii, I 1., 530 p., 2 maps. 8**, 

Manfroni (C.) I Francesi a Candia. (Nuovo 
archivio veneto. n. s. anno 2, v. 3, pp. 385-393. 
Veneuia, 1 902.) 

Marcellns (Marie du Tyrac de), Cotnte, Les 
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Marehand (H.) La crise hell^nique. (Ques- 
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Harden (Philip Sanford). Greece and the 
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Martelli (Alessandro). Paxos e Antipaxos nel 
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Mas Latrie (Jacques Marie Joseph Louis de). 
Les princes de Mor^e ou d'Achale, 1203-1461 . [By 
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zione Veneta di storia patria. Monumenti storici. 
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Masson (Edward). The Hellenic Recorder. 
Order and liberty, truth and peace. [By Edward 
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of the Hellenic Indepetidence, \Z']2, 8 p. 8". 

Mazimilian (F. J.) Mein erster Ausflug. 
Wanderungen in Griecheniand. Leipnig: Duncker 
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Mairo {Mrs, Sophia). Turkish barbarity. An 
affecting narrative of the unparalleled sufferings of 
Mrs. S. Mazro, a Greek lady of Missolonghi . . . 
Taken from her own mouth, and translated, by Mr. 
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38 p. I6^ 



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Greece, conftL 

Medbenx (R. 6.) Memoir of Sarah Emily 
York, formerly S. E. Waldo, missionary in Greece. 
Boston: Phillips, Sampson 6* Co,, 1853. xii, 420p. 
12*. 

Mestre (Achille). £tude sur la constitation 
cri^toise. (Bull, mensael Soc. legislation compar^e. 
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Meursias (Johan). Rhodvs; sive, De illivs 
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Opera, v. 3, pp. 685-776. 1744. map.) 

M^iidres (A.) A T^cole d'Ath^nes. Souve- 
nirs d'un voyage en Gr^ce. (Correspond ant. v. 220 
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Mickwiti (A.) Korfu. En antropogeografisk 
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Mielert (Fritz). Die Insel Korfu. illus. 
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Miller (J. P.) The condition of Greece in 1827 
and 1828; being an exposition of the poverty, dis- 
tress, and misery to which the inhabitants have 
been reduced by the destruction of their towns and 
villages, and the ravages of their country by a mer- 
ciless Turkish foe. New York, 1828. 12*. 

Miller (William). Athens under the Franks 
(i 205-1456). (Gentleman's Maga. v. 296, pp. 23- 
49. London, 1904.) 

Crete under the Venetians (1204- 1669). 

(Gentleman's Maga. v. 294, pp. 220-241. Lon- 
don, 1903.) 

The Duchy of Naxos. (Gentleman's Maga. 

V. 293, pp. 428-442. London, 1902.) 

The dukes of Athens. (Quar. Rev. v. 206, 

pp. 97-123. London, iqoT.) 

The Franks in the Morea. (Gentleman's 

Maga. v. 296, pp. 478-504. London, 1904.) 

Greece under the Turks, 1 571-1684. (Eng. 

Hist. Rev. v. 19, pp. 646-668. London, 1904.) 

(Westminster Rev. v. 162, pp. 195- 

210, 304-320. London, 1904.) 

The Ionian Islands under Venetian rule. 

(Eng. Hist. Rev. v. 18, pp. 209-239. London, 

1903) 

The Latins in the Levant. A history of 

Frankish Greece ( 1 204-1 566) . London :J. Murray, 
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man's Maga. V. 297, pp. 31-58. London, 1904.) 

Samos: a study in autonomy. (Speaker. 

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Milling^en (J.) Memoirs of the affairs of Greece 
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Miscellanea critica. [Reviews of current lit- 
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customs, art and politics. Excerpts from the British 
and Foreign, and other Reviews published in Great 
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Moore (Mabel). Days in Hellas... Phila- 
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d'Athines en 1886. (Rev. d. deux mondes. ann^ 
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Fragment of [New] voyages and travels, v. 8. 

Mure (W.) Journal of a tour in Greece and 
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those countries. Edinburgh: W, Blackwood &* 
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Mneeabini (Neocles G.) ** La grande id^: " 
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Geologische Beobachtungen im Gebiete des 

thessalischen Olymp. (Kais. Akad. d. Wissensch. 
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Olin (Stephen). Greece, and the Golden Horn. 
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Orsini (Piero). A Candia. (Nuova antologia. 
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Ossuna ( de), Duke. Copye des briefs van 
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den selven soect op te hissen tegen de republijcke 



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Greece, confd, 

van Vencticn, ende te raden tot de conqueste van 
Candien. VVt de Italiaensche sprake verduytscht. 
If./., 1617. 2 1. 4'. 

P. (H. von). Sechs Jahre in Griechenland. 
Ansichten, Bilderund Eriebnisse aus Griechenlands 
Gcgenwart. Nebst einem Anhange . . . Grimma: 
Druck u. VerL des Verlagsr Comptoirs^ 1842. 
I p.].. (i) vi-viii. 364 p., I 1. 16*'. 

Palma (Alerino), Count, A summary account 
of the steam boats for Lord Cochrane's expedition; 
with some words upon the two frigates ordered at 
New York for the service of Greece. London^ 1826. 

Palmer (C. H.) The financial crisis in Greece. 
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Palmer (Frederick). Going to war in Greece. . . 
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28 pi. 12*. 

PalmerstoDy Garibaldi, Victor Hugo: the 
statesman, the warrior, and the poet. London: S, 
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Paparrhegfopoialos(Konstantinos). Histoire 
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Papi (Gustavo). La guerra greco-tnrca. Note 
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De Paris ^ Constantinople. Paris: Hachette et 
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Paahley (R.) Travels in Crete. Cambridge: 
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Pecehio (Giuseppe). Greece in the spring of 
1825. (New Monthly Maga. and Lit. Jour. Lon- 
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P^fipies ( ), Abb/, Histoire et ph^nom^nes 
du volcan et des ties volcaniques de Santorin. 
Suivis d*un coup d'ceil sur I'^tat moral et religieux 
de la Gr^ce moderne. Paris, 1842. 8°. 

Perdicarls (G. A.) The Greece of the 
Greeks. N^ew York: Paine ^ Burgess^ 1845. 2 v. 
I2^ 

Perry (Charles). A view of the Levant, par- 
ticularly of Constantinople, Syria, Egypt and 
Greece, in which their antiquities. . . [etc. J are at- 
tempted to be described and treated on. London: 
T, Woodward, 1743. xviii, 4 1., 524 p., 2 l, 3 
plans, 15 pi. f°. 

Petersen (Eugcn). Athen. Leipzig: E, A, 
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KunststSltten. Bd. 41.) 

Petition (A) exhibited to the Viceroy for refor- 
mation of sundry injuries offered our nation in 
Morea, as also for sundry demaundes needefuU for 
the establishing of the traffique in those parts 
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Philippson (Alfred). Beitr&ge zur Kenntnis 
der griechischen Inselwelt. 4+172 p. maps. 
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Nachtr&ge zur Kenntnis der griechischen 

Inselwelt. map. (Petermanns Mitteil. v. 48, p. 106- 
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Reisen und Forschungen in Nord-Gricchen- 

land. (Gesellsch. f. Erdkunde zu Berlin. Zeit- 
schrift. Berlin, 1897. 8°. v. 30, pp. 135-225, 
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Phillips (W. Alison). Greece and the Balkan 
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Bibliography, pp. 803-807. 

The war of Greek independence, 1821 to 

1833. London: Smith, Elder &' Co., 1897. xvi, 
424 p., map. 8 . 

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XV, 428 p., I map. 12'. 

Piccolomini (Paolo). Corrispondenza tra la 
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Pitton de Tournefort (Joseph). Relation d'un 
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2 V. 4**- 

Lyon: Anisson et Posuel, 1717. 3 v. 

London: D, Midwinter, , , 1741. 3 v. 



8' 



Piatt (Jonas), H. C. De Rhanr, and K, Og- 
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Politis (Nicolas). Mouvement social; Gr^ce. 
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La convention consulaire greco-turque et 

I'arbitrage des ambassadeurs des grandes puissan- 
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de droit internat. pub. Ann^e 9, pp. 202-262. 406- 
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Le controle international sur les finances 

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Histoire de la regeneration de la Gricc, 

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Pouquevi lie's Reise durch Morea und AN 

banien nach Constantinopel, und in mehrere an- 
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2'5 



Greece, cont'd, 

1798, 1799, 1800 und i8or. Aus dem franz5sischen 
Qbersctzt von K. L. M. Mailer. Leipzig:/. C, Hin- 
richs, 1805. 3 V. I pi.. I plan. 12 . 

Travels in Epirus, Albania. Macedonia, 

and Thessaly... London: R. Phillips and Co., 
1820. iv, 122 p.. I I., 3 pi.. I port. 8^ (** Mod- 
ern Voyages and Travels.") 

Travels in Greece and Turkey, compre- 
hending a particular account of the Morea. A.lba- 
nia... London, 1820. 2. ed. 4°. 

Voyage de la Gr^ce, avec cartes, vues et 

figures. Paris: F, Didot, Phre et Fils, 1826-27. 
6 v. 2. ed. 8*. 

Pradt (D. D. de). De la Gr^ce dans ses rap- 
ports avec r Europe. Paris ^ 1822. 8". 

L' Europe par rapport k la Gr^cc et k la 

Turquie. Paris, 1826. 8^. 

Vrai syst^me de 1' Europe relatif k I'Ame- 

rique et 4 la Gr^ce. Paris, 1826. 8"*. 

Prokesch- Oaten (Anton von), Freiherr. Gc- 
schichte des Abfalls der Griechen vom tOrkischen 
Reiche im Jahre 1821, und der GrUndung des bel- 
lenischenKttnigreiches. . . Af7«ffi, 1867. 6 v. pi. 8'. 

ProTisional (The) constitution of Greece, 
translated from the second edition of Corinth, ac- 
companied by the original Greek; preceded by a 
letter to the senate of the Grecian confederation, 
and by a general view of the origin and progress of 
the revolution, by a Grecian eye-witness. . . Trans- 
lated from the inedited French manuscript... 
London: y. Murray, 1823. 2 p. I., 122 p. 8**. 

Pueckler-Muskaa (H. L. H. von). Der 
Yoriaufcr, vom Vcrfasscr der Briefe eines Ver- 
storbenen [Signed H. R. 1. e, H. L. H. von 
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xviii, 352 p. 8°. 

Qninet (E.) La Gr^ce moderne et ses rapports 
avec I'antiquit^. (In his: CEuvres completes. Paris, 
1857. I2^ v. 5. pp. 177-386.) 

Quinn (Daniel). Education in Greece. (Re- 
port of the commissioner of education for 1896-97. 
IVashingtony 1898. 8**. v. i, pp. 267-347.) 

Mega Spelaeon. or the monastery of the 

Great Cave. (Amer. Cath. Quar. Rev. v. 26, pp. 
70-86. Philadelphia, 1901.) 

RaiFenel (C. D.) Histoire des Grecs modernes 
depuis la prise de Constantinople jusqu'^ ce jour. 
Paris, 1825. 12'. 

Randolph (Bernard). De tegenwoordige staet 
▼an Morea, van oudts genaemt Peloponnesus. . . 
Daernevens eenbeschrijvingedersteeden. casteelen 
en eyianden der selve . . . Benevens den oorlooge 
van de republijcq van Venetien, aldaer gevoert in 
den jaren 1684, 1685, en 1686. Amsterdam: Wed. 
S, Swart, 1687, 1686. 18, 30 p. 4**. 

Randolph (J.) Speeches on the Greek ques- 
tion; on internal improvement; and on the tariff 
bill. Delivered in the House of Representatives. . . 
[January 20, 31, April 15, 1824]. Washington: 
Gales <5r* Seaton, 1824. 57 p. 8". 

Reformen (Die) im griechischen Heerwesen. 
(Internat. Rev. Qber die gesamten Armeen u. 
Flotten. Beiheft 66 (Oct. 1905), pp. 1-22. Dresden, 
1905.) 



Remarks on "The Cretan question." By 
««»#«»» ^^^ y^^^ . ^ ^ Clayton^ 

Sons, 1867. «. /.-/. II p. 8°. 

R^org^anisation (La) militaire de la Gr^ce. 
I map. (Rev. militaire. v. 65, pp. 413-441. Paris, 
1905.) 

Report of the evidence, and reasons of the 
award, between Johannis Orlandos and Andreas 
Luriottis. . and Le Roy, Bayard & Co., and G. G. 
& S. Howland. . . By the arbitrators. New- York: 
Printed by W. E. Dean, 1826. 72 p. 8^ 

Rhankabes (Alexander Rhizos). Greece: her 
progress and present position. Republished from 
the French of A. Risa RangabS. With an intro- 
duction [by C. K, T.] New York: G. P. Putnam 
<5t* Son, 1867. 102 p. 8". 

RicarduB Incognitus, pseud, of Richakd 
Brash. An address to the people of the British 
Dominion on behalf of humanity, and of the suffer- 
ing Greeks. To which is added. An easy method 
of paying off the national debt. London: The 
author, 1825. I p.l., 49 p. 8°. 

Richardson (Rufus B.) Vacation days in 
Greece. New York: C. Scribner*s Sons, 1903. xiii, 
240 p., 2 maps, 16 pi. 8**. 

Riedesel (J. H. von). Baron. Bemerkungea 
auf einer Reise nach der Levante. [By J. H. von 
Riedesel.] Aus dem franzOsischen Qbersetzt und 
mit einigen erlftuternden Anmerkungen begleitet 
von C. W. Dohm. Leipzig: C. Fritsch, 1774. 7 
p.l., 268 p., 4 1. 8°. 

Robert ( ). Mr. Robert's his voyage to 
the Levant, with an account of his sufferings 
amongst the Corsairs, their villainous way of living, 
and his description of the Archipelago islands. 
Together with his relation of taking, and retaking 
of Scio, in the year 1696. London, 1699. 53 p., 
I map. 12". (Wm. Hacke. Coll. of orig. voyages.) 

Rodocanachi (E.) Bonaparte et les ties 
loniennes. Un episode des conqu^tes de la r^- 
publique et du premier empire (1797-1 816). Paris: 
F. A lean, 1899. I p.l., xi, 316 p., i plan. 8". 

Les lies loniennes pendant I'occupation 

fran9aisc (i 797-1 799). (La Nouv. Rev, Paris, 
1898. 8"*. V. 112. pp. 438-4531 595-610, V. 113, 
pp. 76-89, 315-329.) 

Rose (Achilles). Christian Greece and living 
Greek. New York: Peri Hellados Pub, Of., 1898. 
I p.l., xiii, 300 p. 12*. 

Rom (Ludwig). Reisen des K^nigs Otto und 
der KOniginn Amalia in Griechenland. Aufgezeich- 
net und gesammelt von L. Ross... Halle: C. A. 
Schwetschke u. Sohn, 1848. 2 v. 8°. 

Reisen nach Kos, Halikarnassos. Rhodos 

und der Insel Cypern. Halle, 1852. 8". 

Roas (Ludwig), and J. A. Schmeller. Ur- 
kunden zur Geschichte Griechenlands im Mittelalter. 
(KOn. Bayer. Akad. d. Wiss. Abh. Philos.-Philol. 
Kl. IL Bd. I. Abth. pp. 151-188. i pi. MUnchen, 

1837. 4^) 

Roth (Johannes), and A. J. Wagner. Die 
fossilen KnochenQberreste von Pikerml in Griechen- 
land. (K«n. Bayer. Akad. d. Wiss. Abh. Math.- 
Phys. Kl. vii. Bd., 2. Abth. pp. 371-464. 8 pi. 
MUnchen, 1855. 4'.) 



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LIST OP WORKS RELATING TO THE BALKANS 



Greece, confd, 

Roase (W. H. D.) Peasant life in modem 
Greece. (Saint George. ▼. 2, pp. 80-93. Bir- 
minghantt 1899.) 

Rambold {Sir Horace). Final recollections of 
a diplomatist. London: E. Arnold^ 1905. viii, 
408 p. %\ 

Saint- Brice ( ). La question cr^toise. 
(Questions diplomat, et coloniales. Paris ^ 1909. 
8^ V. 28, pp. 5-13.) 

Saint-Oermain' (H. de). L'Orient k vol 
d'oiseau. Garnet d'nn p^lerin. Hellenisme. Ara- 
mal'sme et s^mitisme ; ou, La vi^rite sur le voyage 
de Guillaume il. Paris: Imp, des Orphelins-Ap- 
prentis d'Auteuil, 1902. 3 p.l., (i) 6-535 p.. 3 pi- 
8\ 

Sartori (F.) II riordinamento delle finanze 
elleniche. (Giornale degli economisti. ^^ma, 1898. 
8*. Ser. 2, V. 16, pp. 345-355.) 

Salary (Glaude Etienne). Letters on Greece; 
being a sequel to Letters on Egypt, and containing 
travels through Rhodes, Grete, and other islands 
of the archipelago ; with comparative remarks on 
their ancient and present state, and observations 
on the government, character and manners, of the 
Turks and modem Greeks. Translated from the 
French. London: G, G, J. ^ J. Robinson, 1788. 

1 p.l., 407 p., 4 1. 8'. 

Seheffer (W. A. Heinrich). Wanderjahre. 
Marburg' JV. G. Elwert, 1834. 2 v. i6'. 

Schlmnberg^er (Leon Gustave). Exp^ition 
des " Almugavares" ou routiers Catalans en Orient 
de Tan 1302 k I'an 13 11. Paris: Libr, Phn, 1902. 
3 p.l., iii, 396 p., I 1. 8°. 

Schmidt (Bernhard). Noch ein Wort zur Topo- 
graphie. Korkyras. (Rheinisch. Mus. f. Philol. 
Frankfurt a, M., 1898. 8**. n. s. v. 53, pp. 
477-481.) 

Das Volksleben der Neugriechen und das 

hellenische Altcrthum. Theil i. Leipzig: B, G. 
Teubner, 1871. 8^ 

Schmidt (J. F.J.) Beitrftge zur physikalischen 
Geographie von Griecheniand. Athen, 1861. 4*. 
(Observatoire d^Ath^nes. Publications. S^r. 2, 
V. r.) 

Schneider (V. A.) Histoire et description des 
ties loniennes, depuis les tems fabuleux et h^ro- 
Yques jusqu'4 ce jour, avec un nouvel atlas. ,, Paris: 
Dondey-Dupr^ p}re et fits, 1823. Ixxvi, 428 p. 
Text, 8". Atlas, f. 

Sedg^ek (Henry Dwight). Refutation of 
the reasons assigned by the arbitrators for their 
award in the case of the two Greek frigates. New 
York, 1826: 8'. 

Senior (Nassau W.) A journal kept in Turkey 
and Greece. In the autumn of 1857 and the begin- 
ning of 1858. London: Longman, Brown, Green, 
Longmans, 6* Roberts, 1859. xi, i 1., 372 p., 2 pi., 

2 maps. 8°. 

Serbin (Albert). * Bemerkungen Strabos fiber 
den Vulkanismus und Beschreibung der den Gric- 
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Macedonia, confd. 

Dimitrl^vitch (Mita). Les Albanais dans la 
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V. 13, pt. 2. pp. 554-559- Poma, 1904.) 

Coflhi (Marian Cruger). Where East meets 
West. Visit to picturesque Dalmatia, Montene- 
gro and Bosnia, illus. (Natl. Geog. Maga. 
Washington, 1908. 8*. v. 19, pp. 309-344.) 

Constiiiition (La) de la principaute de Mon- 
t<^n^gro. [texte.] (Rev. du droit public et de la 
sci. polit. en France et ^T^tranger. v. 23, pp. 215- 
245. Paris, 1906.) 

CoqneUe (P.) Histoire du Montenegro et 
de la Bosniedepuislesorigines. Paris: E, Leroux, 
1895. (4) V, (i) 490 p., map, tables. 8**. 

Cora (Guido). Nel Montenegro. Impressioni 
di viaggio. (Nuova antologia. v. 90 (1900, v. 6), 
pp. 652-680; V. 91 (1901, V. I), pp. 73-97, 243- 
261. Roma, IQOO-1901.) 

Denton (William). Montenegro; its people 
and their history. London, 1877. map. 8 . 

Desprei (May McClellan). Thirteen days in 
unexplored Montenegro. (Harper's New Monthly 
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Montenegro, confd, 

Diekel (Karl). MoDt<$Q^gro. i. Litt<$ratare; 
2. iDtroduction historiqne; 3. Dispositions %in<k- 
rales; 4. Dispositions sp^ciales. [Tradaction de 
£. Vinck.] (In: La legislation penale compar^e. 
Berlin, 1894. 4°. v. i, pp. 241-244.) 

Dorobanti (Jacques). Mont<^n^gro et Mon- 
t<^negrins. (Questions diplomat, et coloniales. 
Paris, 1908. 8''. v. 25, pp. 248-269.) 

Durham (Mary Edith). Some Montenegrin 
manners and customs, i pi. (Roy. Anthropol. 
Inst, of Great Britain and Ireland. Jour. Lon' 
don, 1909. 4°. V. 39, pp. 85-96.) 

Through the lands of the Serb. London: 

E. Arnold, 1904. xi, 346 p., i map, 16 pi. 8°. 

Faber (Moriz). Das Recht des Erzbischofs 
von Antivari auf den Titel Primas von Serbien. 
(Bosnisch-Hercegovinisches Landesmuseum in Sa- 
rajevo. Wissenschaftl. Mitteil. aus Bosnien u. d. 
Hercegovina. Wien, 1909. 4*. v. 11, pp. 342- 
368.) 

France. — Afinisikre des Affaires ^irangkres. 
Documents diplomat iques. Affaires du Montene- 
gro. No. I. Paris: Imp, Nat,, 1880. xix, 403 p. 

Covers the period from Dec. 31, 1879, to Sept. 3, 1880. 

No. 2. Paris: Imp. Nat,, i88o. 

xiii, 214 p. V. 

From Sept. 2 to Dec^y, 1880. 

Frilley (G.). and Jo van Wlahovitj. Le 
Montenegro contemporain. Paris, 1876. pi. map. 
12°. 

Oe§^enw&rti§^e militfirische Lage Osterreich- 
Ungarns gegenSerbien und Montenegro. (Grenz- 
boten. Leipzig, 1909. 4'. Jahrg. 68, pp. 269- 
275-) 

OopeeTie (Spiridion). Montenegro und die 
Montenegriner. Nebst einem Plane von Cetinje. 
Leipzig: H, Fries, 1877. 3 p.l., (i) vi-x. 194 p., 
I plan. 8*. 

Great Britain.— ^(vr^t^yt Office, Turkey. 
1880, no. 22. Correspondence respecting the Mon- 
tenegrin frontier. London: Harrison 6* Sons 
[1880]. XXV. 295 p., I map. f°. (Parliamentary 
Papers, 1880, v. 82.) 

From Sept. 27, 1879, to Sept. xi, x88o. 

— — Turkey. 1881. no. i. Correspondence re- 
specting the Montenegrin frontier. London: Har- 
rison 6* Sons [1881]. iv, 9 p. f*. (Parliamentary 
Papers, 1881, v. 100.) 

Lord Granville ^s instructions to Mr. Goscben, of Oct. a, 
z88o, make up the greater part of this document. 

Turkey. 1881, no. 2. Further correspond- 
ence respecting the Montenegrin frontier. London: 
Harrison ^ Sons \i%^i\. xviii. 199 p. f". (Par- 
liamentary Papers, 1881. v. 100.) 

From Sept. zz, z88o, to Jan. 6, i88z. On page 8z, no. i8n 
is the French text of the note of the Porte to the Powers of 
Oct. 3, 1880. 

Montenegro. Commercial. 1882, no. 18. 

Treaty of friendship, commerce and navigation be- 
tween Her Majesty and the Prince of Montenegro. 
Signed at Cettinje, Jan. 2t, 1882. London: Har- 
rison <&* Sons [1882J. 1 1., 9 p. V, (Parliament- 
ary Papers, 1882, v. 81.) 

Parallel French and English text. 



Diplomatic and consular reports. Annual 

series. London, 1 896-1 898. 8**. 

1895. 15 pp. no. Z76Z. 

1896. 4 pp. no. Z884. 

'897. 5 pp. no. azz4. 

Hassert (Kurt). Reise durch Montenegro, 
nebst Bemerkungen aber Land und Leute... 
Wien: A, Hartleben, 1893. vi, i 1., 236 p., 
I map. illus. 8°. 

Reise durch Montenegro im Sommer 1900. 

I map. (Mittheil. d. k.k. geog. Gesellsch. in Wien. 
V. 44, pp. 140-165. IVien, 1901.) 

Topographische Aufnahmen in Monteneg^. 

maps. (Petermanns Mitteil. v. 51, pp, 203-206. 
Got ha, 1905.) 

Harass (Rezs(3). Antivari und die neue Mon- 
tenegrinische Bahn (Ungams Interessen an der 
Adria). illus., 3 pi. (FOldrajzi K6zlem<5nyek. 
Budapest, 1909. 8 . v. 37, pp. 20-35.) 

Ho§^M-Fort (Joe). Au Montdn^gro. Bru- 
xelles: Talk Fils, 1902. 78 p. nar. 12'. 

Jackson (Thomas Graham). Dalmatia, the 
Quamero and Istria, with Cettigne in Montenegro, 
and the island of Grado. Oxford: Clarendon 
Press, 1887. 3 V. 8**. 

B[rasinski (V.) Montenegro, and the Slavo- 
nians of Turkey. London, 1853. i^''* 

Levy (Victor). Au Montenegro. (Bull. Soc. 
roy. de geog. d* An vers. v. 23, pp. 367-390. An- 
vers, 1899.) 

Martelli (Alessandro). II Flysch del Mon- 
tenegro sud-orientale. (R. accad. d. Lincei. Ren- 
dic. classe d. sci. fis. ser. 5, v. 12, pt. 2, pp. 166- 
171, 228-235. Roma, 1903.) 

11 Muschelkalk di Boljevici nel Montene- 
gro meridionale. (R. acad. d. Lincei. Rendic. 
classe d. sci. fis. ser. 5, v. 12, pt. 2, pp. 138-144. 
Roma, 1903.) 

Nuovi sludt sul Mesozoico montenegrino. 

(R. accad. d. Lincei. Rendic. classe d. sci. fis. ser. 
5, v. 15, pt. I, pp. 176-180. Roma, 1906.) 

Maton (Eugene). Histoire du Monten^ro ou 
Tsernogore. Paris: VAuteur, 1881. 340 p., 
I map. 8**. 

Miklosielft (Franz). Die serbischen Dynasten 
Cmojevic. Bin Beitrag zur Geschichte von Mon- 
tenegro. (Kais. Akad. d. Wissensch. Philos.-hist. 
CI. Sitzungsb. Bd. 112, pp. 29-92. Wien, 1886 

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Miller (William). The Montenegrin jubilee. 
(Macmillan's Maga. v. 84, pp. 342-349. London, 
1901.) 

Montenegro und die Montenegriner. Ein 
Beitrag zur Kenntniss der europ9.ischen TQrkei 
und des serbischen Volkcs. Stuttgart: J. G. Cotta, 
1837. 2 p.l., 114 p. 8°. (Reisen und L&nder- 
beschreibungen, t. 11.) 

Montenegro. — Skupstina. Stenografske bil- 
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Paic ( ), and ( ) ScHERB. C^rnagdra. 
Eine umfassende Scbilderung des Landes and der 
Bewohner von Cirnagora (Montenegro), in topo- 
grafischer, statistischer, naturwissenschaftlicher, 
staatlicher, geschichtlicher and milicilrischer Bezie- 
hang... A^am. • F, Suppan, iBsi. 253 p. 3. ed. 
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Passarg^e (Ludwig). Dalmatien and Monte- 
negro. Reise- and Kultarbilder. Leipzig: B, Elis- 
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PetkoTieh (K.) Chernogoriya i chernogortzy. 
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PopoTieh (B). Istorija Tzrne Gore. Beo- 
grad: P. Turchich^ 1896. 262 p. 12'. 

Reinaeh (Joseph). Serbie et Montenegro. 
Paris: La Conference [1874]. 2 p.l., 195 p. 8°. 
(Conference Tocqueville. Etudes sur les peaples 
slaves et TEurope orientale. q.) 

Sellers (Edith). Sidelights on latter-day Monte- 
negrins. (Fortnightly Rev. n. s. v. 82, pp. 443- 
455* London^ 1907.) 

Servia and Montenegro, illas. (Natl. Geog. 
Maga. Washington^ 1908. 8". v. 19, pp. 774- 
789.) 

Spasovieh (V. D.) Chernogoriya i imash- 
chestvenny zakonnik Bogishicha. (Vyestnik Yev- 
ropy. February, pp. 525. St. Petersburg^ 1889.) 

Steiner (E. A.) A visit with the prince of 
Montenegro. (Outlook, v. 65, pp. 545-551. 
New Yorkt 1900.) 

Siran^ord (Emily Anne Beaufort Smythe), 
Viscountess, The eastern shores of the Adriatic in 
1863, with a visit to Montenegro. London: R. 
Bentley, 1864, 4 p.l.. 386 p., 4 pi., i port. 8*. 

Struck (AdolQ. Montenegro and sein Eisen- 
bahnprojekt. (Deutsche Rundschau f. Geog. u. 
Statistik. Jahrg. 25. pp. 385-396. Wien^ 1903.) 

Thompson (Ellinor F. B.) Montenegro. 
(Eclectic Mag. v. 148, pp. 336-346. New York, 
1907.) 

(Nineteenth Cent. v. 61, pp. 306- 

319. London, 1907.) 

Tomich (Jov. N.) Tzrna Gora, za moreiskog 
rata (1684-99). Beograd: Drzh, shtamparija JCra- 
lyevine Srbije, I907. v, 374 p. 8®. 

Tvrtkovie (J.) Die Stimmung in Monte- 
negro. (Osterr. Rundschau. Wien, 1909. 4". 
V. 18, pp. 141-151.) 

Vannntelli (Vincenzo), cardinal, Zernagora: 
il Montenegro. [Nuove chiese affricane: breve rac- 
conto di viaggio. By V. V.] Roma: Tipog, nelf 
Orf. di S, Maria d. Angeli, 1893. 200 p. 2. ed. 
8°. (In his: Sguardi all' Oriente. v. 11.) 

Vialla de Sommi^res (L. C. ) Travels in Monte- 
negro, containing a topographical, picturesque, 
and statistical account of that hitherto undescribed 
country. lumdon: Sir R. Phillips dr* Co., 1820. 
iv, 108 p., 8 pi. 8*. 

London: Sir R, Phillips 6* Co,, 1820. 

iv, 108 p., 8 pi. 8^. (New voyages and travels. . . 
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VoJnoWe (Kosta). Opsti imovinski zakonik za 
Cmu Goru obzirom na ostalo crnogorsko zakon- 
arstvo. (Jugoslavenska Akademija znanosti i um- 
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Vram (U. G.) Osservazioni antropologiche nel 
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Wilkinson (Sir John Gardner). Dalmatia and 
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Wohlberedt (Otto). Zur Fauna Montenegros 
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I map, 10 pi. (Bosnisch-Hercegovinisches Landes- 
maseum in Sarajevo. Wissenschaftl. Mitteil. aus 
Bosnienu. d. Hercegovina. Wien, 1909. 4". v. 11, 
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Wyon (Reginald), and Gerald Prance. The 
land of the Black Mountain ; the adventures of two 
Englishmen in Montenegro. With 51 illustrations. 
London: Methuen 6r* Co., 1903. xviii, 300 p., 
I map, 38 pi., I port. 12*. (Methuen 's colonial 
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Montenegro of to-day. (Eng. Illus. Maga. 

V. 26, pp. 24-33. London, 1901.) 

Yriarte (C. E.) Les bords de I'Adriatique et 
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ex Officina Societatis Typographicee, 1883. xii- 
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Ragusa, confd. 

Monmiiente Ras;asina. Libri reformationum. 
Tomos 1-2, 5. Zagfabiae: Sumpiibus Academia 
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in Incem protulemnt, prsefatione et apparatu critico 
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Sodbeno ustrojstvo republike Dobrovacke. 

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pp. 1-48, 245; Knjiga 108, pp. 99-181; Knjiga 
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Fa^JoQZ (J. M. Joseph). Apergu mddico-l^gal 
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V. x-3. Contributions to pediatrics. 

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V. 6. Medical addresses. 

V. 7-8. Miscellaneous addresses and writings. 

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MeCook (Henry Christopher). Ant commu- 
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Maefle (Ronald Campbell). Air and health. 
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and their treatment. . . With illustrative diagrams. 
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Philology. 

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Ranseh (Georg). Goethe und die deutsche 
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Reinforced concrete in factory construction. 

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Aning^r (Hermann). Meissner Porzellan- 
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Bottler (Max). Modern bleaching agents and 
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Ellwood (G. M.) English furniture and deco- 
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Franklin (William Suddards), and William 
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Lemaire (Henri). Text book for the use of 

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Mew (Egan). Chelsea and Chelsea-Derby china. 
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Dresden china. London: T, C, 6* E, C, 

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Japanese porcelain. Tendon: T, C, <&• 

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Philosophy. 

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Bontroiiz (£mile). Science & religion in con- 
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Cams (Paul). Philosophy as a science: a 
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Ooldsehmidt (Ludwig). Zur Wiedererweck- 
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Hibben (John Grier). The philosophv of en- 
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Hicks (Robert Dew). Stoic and Epicurean. 
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Jones (Adam Leroy). Logic inductive and de- 
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Kin§^ (Irving). The development of religion : a 
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Kitti^land (William). Scientific idealism; or, 
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Lod§^e {Sir Oliver). The survival of man. A 
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Lombroso (Cesare). After death — what? 
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Low (A. Maurice). The American people; a 
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Marshall (Henry Rutgers). Consciousness. 
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Moiley (John Kenneth). Ritschlianism, an 
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Mueller (Johannes). Hindrances of life. Trans- 
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Rowland (Eleanor Harris). The right to be- 
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Shumaker (E. Ellsworth). God and man; 
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No. of readers and visitors 

No. of readers 

No. of readers, desk applicants 

No. of volumes consulted by desk ap- 
plicants 

Daily average of readers 




Day. 



'5.677 
151^77 

5«>o76 



Astor. 



Evening. 



3.497 
3,497 
3,05 " 

8,138 
139 



Total. 



I9>>74 

I9»>74 
16,361 

60,304 
710 



Total. 



34,641 
31,484 

"7,999 

69,930 
796 



235 



236 



REPORT FOR MARCH 



CIRCULATION STATISTICS FOR THE MONTH OF MARCH. 



BRANCHES. 



MANHATTAN. 

East Broadway, 33 

East Broadway, 192 

Rivington Street, 61 

East Hoaston Street, 388 

Le Roy Street, 66 

Bond Street, 49 

8th Street. 135 Second Avenue 

loth Street, 331 East. 

13th Street, 251 West 

33d Street, 228 East 

23d Street, 209 West 

36th Street, 303 East 

40th Street, 501 West 

42d Street, 226 West 

50th Street, 123 East. 

51st Street. 742 Tenth Avenue 

SSth Street, 121 East 

67th Street, 328 East 

69th Street. 190 Amsterdam Avenue. 

Travelling Libraries 

77th Street 1465 Avenue A 

79th Street, 222 East 

8 1 St Street. 444 Ajnsterdam Avenue. 

Blind Library 

96th Street, 112 East 

looth Street, 206 West 

iioth Street, 174 East 

115th Street, 201 West 

124th Street, 9 West 

125th Street, 224 East 

135th Street, 103 West 

145th Street, 503 West 

156th Street 922 St. Nicholas Avenue. 

BRONX. 

140th Street, 321 East 

i68th Street, 78 West 

169th Street, 610 East 

176th Street and Washington Avenue. 
Kingsbridge Avenue, 3041 

RICHMOND. 
St. George 

Port Richmond 

Stapleton 

Tottenville 

Totals 



CIRCULATION. 



HOMB USB. 
(VOLUMES.) 



13,707 
42,892 

20.783 

31,799 
.9.504 
8,917 

19,166 

23,834 
9,938 

11.775 
13.230 
11,027 

3,913 
12.792 

6,112 

15.035 

16,192 

13.540 

13,245 
82,630 

15.388 

22,618 

16,446 

1.348 

24.132 

18,313 
22,866 
20,664 
18,367 
9.490 
18,048 

20,570 
10,010 

19,761 

4,554 
19,832 
21,249 

3.789 

7,607 

6,478 
6,681 

3.565 



HALL USB. 
(RSADBRS.) 



691,807 



6,418 

12,774 
9.960 

6,412 

4.360 

2,328 

1,014 

7,792 
2,842 

3,243 
4.254 
2,942 

1,465 
1,801 

3.879 
2,529 

1.982 
1.119 

4,127 
3,959 
3.265 

2,075 
3,682 

5.361 

5,569 
5,868 
1,726 
2.776 
1,392 
1,350 

3.317 
2,253 
1,638 

917 
2,239 

2,239 

1.721 

2,341 
1,180 



NBW 

RBCISTRA- 

TIONS. 



136, 109 



357 

1,784 

488 

984 
147 
186 

311 
547 

165 
200 

211 

219 

46 
225 

98 
269 

341 

159 
168 

264 

393 
240 

5 
428 
278 

643 
453 
351 
196 

280 

346 

188 

396 
66 

396 
320 

38 

80 

67 
62 

27 



RBADBRS IN RBAOING 
ROOM. 



12,422 



ADULTS. 



2.774 
2,746 

10,054 

3.327 
2,240 

2,127 

3.143 
5,808 

4,113 
1,700 



589 
981 

4,078 

1.193 

4,475 

1,457 
2,071 

2,149 

3,016 
1,912 

1.817 
2,056 

2,358 
i,o6p 

1.249 
1.717 



2,122 

2,398 
2,376 



1,448 

701 

1,811 



TOTAL. 



VOLUMBl 
ACCB»- 
8IONBD. 



81,066 



2,774 

3.825 

10,510 

4,122 
6,240 
4,120 

3.404 
6,038 

6,248 
1.767 



1,649 
981 

4.078 
4,908 

5.530 

2.049 

4.413 
2,490 

5,318 
2.189 

1,817 

2,157 
2,723 

1,205 

3,850 

3,314 



4.900 
3,350 

5,347 



1,738 
1,462 

3,656 



118,172 



531 

787 

1,144 
1,196 

371 
324 
778 

497 
i63 

204 

269 

98 

29 
273 
155 
338 
462 

524 
442 
726 

825 
962 

352 

185 
860 
280 

1,354 
599 
496 
122 

350 

253 

338 

468 
50 

245 
360 
121 

180 

142 
163 

125 
18,146 



REPORT FOR MARCH 237 

The most important gift of the month was that of the Dr. Saram R. Ellison 
collection on magic, given by Mrs. Henry Draper, consisting of 664 volumes and 
433 pamphlets, with a large number of models, wands, letters, clippings in scrap 
books, etc. 

Other gifts worthy of mention were received from the following: P. J. 
Anderson, a copy of his "Aberdeen Friars, red, black, white, grey, preliminary 
calendar of illustrative documents," Aberdeen, 1909, the Biblioteca Ambrosiana, 
the "Vita di Bonacosa da Beccaloe (1352-1381) ed una lettera spirituale a Bianca 
Visconti di Savoia, in Volgare illustre alto-italiano da un codice manoscritto 
della biblioteca Riccardiana di Firenze di Achille Ratti, "Milano, 1909; William 
H. ChaflFee, his "The ChaflFee genealogy, embracing the Chafe, Chafy, Chafie, . . . 
descendants of Thomas Chaffe of Hingham, Hull, . . . Massachusetts . . . 1635- 
1909," New York, 1909; Mrs. E. W. Dennison, a copy of "E. W. Dennison, a 
memorial," Boston, 1909; Herbert Dupuy, the privately printed "Genealogical 
history of the Dupuy family," by Charles Meredith Dupuy, Philadelphia, 1910; 
William F. Havemeyer, five prints; Commercial Intelligence Department of 
India, ninety-seven volumes, twenty-one pamphlets, four maps ; Lewis Cass Led- 
yard, the brief for the appellants. Standard Oil Company of New Jersey vs. the 
United States of America, 1909 ; Henry Romeike, Inc., six volumes of newspaper 
and magazine clippings relating to the Hudson-Fulton Celebration; Rev. John 
Rothensteiner, forty-four volumes, ninety-two pamphlets and fifty-five periodicals, 
mostly German Americana; Union Interparlementaire pour I'Arbitrage Interna- 
tional, Report of the 15th conference in Berlin, September, 1908; Venezuelan 
Minister of Foreign Affairs, two volumes of the "Historia contemporanea de 
Venezuela" por Francisco Gonzalez Guinan, Caracas, 1909; and from the estate 
of George Wilson, 257 volumes and 10 pamphlets, Government docimients, re- 
ports of the Chamber of Commerce, etc. 

At the Lenox branch, early in the month, the book-plates were replaced by a 
selection from the etchings of Leopold Flameng, of whose works the Library 
possesses the largest public -collection in existence. Flameng stands in the first 
rank s^s a reproductive etcher, among his best works being "Mrs. Graham" and 
"The Blue Boy" after Gainsborough, 'Rembrandt's "Gilder" and "Hundred 
Guilder Piece," and "The Source," by Ingres. Many styles and tastes are re- 
flected in these reproduction of paintings, numerous portraits show personalities 
of various countries and times, and book-illustrations recall the grace of eighteenth 
century work. 

In the lower hall, there has again been arranged a spring exhibit of "recent 
accessions." Line engraving is represented by Mellan ("Head of Christ" en- 
graved in one line), Morghen, Drevet, Strange, Mandel, etc.; modern etching by 
Brangwyn, Simon, Preissig, Pennell, Lester G. Hornby, Robert Koehler, W. H. W. 
Bicknell ; mezzotints in color by S. Arlent Edwards ; wood engraving by W. M. 
Aikman, O. Grosch, H. McCormick, and A. A. Lewis. The large photographs 
of Raphael tapestries, recently presented by J. P. Morgan, Kaulbach's "Dance of 
Death," and lithographs by and after Barye represent other types of work. The 
books shown are of an equal variety; publications of the Duerer Society, the 
Vasari Society, and the Arundel Club, Prince d'Essling's work on the Venetian 



238 REPORT FOR MARCH 

illustrated books of the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries, Stauffer's "American 
Engravers/' and monographs on such different artistic individualities as Whistler, 
C. A. Piatt, Callot, Daumier, Hollar, and Wilhelm Busch. Finally, interest in 
technical processes is served by H. Paton and V. Preissig in books on color 
etching. 

At the AsTOR branch, photographs of American Indians made by Karl Moon, 
and portraits by Italian painters (photographs from the A. A. Hopkins Collec- 
tion), have been on view. 

Picture bulletins and lists of books on special subjects were displayed in the 
circulation branches as follows : Chatham Square, Passover, Greek and Roman 
myths ; Seward Park, Mexico, Sports, Africa ; Rivington Street, Soldiers and 
sailors; Hamilton Fish Park, March 15, Hungarian national holiday; Hudson 
Park, Alaska, The Oregon country. Southwest wonderland, California; Bond 
Street, Benjamin Franklin, Country life in the West, William McKinley; Otten- 
dorfer. In the jungle; Tompkins Square, Announcement in English and 
Hungarian of classes for beginners in English to be held in assembly room. Cost 
of living. Noteworthy articles in March periodicals, Norse legends, Alice-in- 
wonderland; Epiphany, Foreign children, Japanese child life. Pussy Willow; 
George Bruce, Japan and China; Columbus, Irish flag; 58TH Street, Grand 
opera composers, March birthdays of famous men and women, Great explorers, 
Indians; 67TH Street, Circus books; Riverside, About the engine, Childhood, 
Housekeeping, Irish tales. Trees and flowers; Yorkville, Paris, Education; 
Webster, Sir Walter Scott, Ivanhoe, Prague, Schwaiger: Bohemian fairy tale 
picture; St. Agnes, Egypt, Europe, Out West;'96TH Street, Calendar for 
March; Bloomin(3)ale, History and stories of the United States; Aguilar, 
Classified list of Sir Walter Scott's novels; 115TH Street, Aladdin; 125TH 
Street, Stories of the opera, Bronx Park, Chivalry, Winter sports ; Mott Haven, 
March; High Bridge, Holland; Kingsbridge, Edward Greig and the Scandi- 
navian songs, Story of an English pageant, Halley's comet. Literary Oxford; 
Stapleton, Birds of Staten Island; Port Richmond, Alaska, California, Panama, 
Scotland, West Indies. 

In addition there were bulletins on St. Patrick and St. Patrick's Day in 
eleven branches, on Board of Education lectures in eight, on Spring in eight, on 
new books in six, on Easter in six, on gardens and gardening in five, on fairy 
tales in three, on Longfellow in three, on birds in three, on Whistler in two, on 
Ireland in two, on pirates in two, and on Hans Christian Andersen in two branches. 

Picture exhibits in wall-cases were as follows: Hudson Park, Western 
scenery; Hamilton Fish Park, Van Dyck sketch book; Tompkins Square, 
International gallery part 3; Epiphany, Birds; 67TH Street, Wild flowers of 
America; 115TH Street, Dutch and Flemish masters; Harlem, Great masters 
of the Louvre; 13STH Street, Relics of the Stuarts; High Bridge, International 
gallery, Part I. ; Mott Haven, Bilder von Rhein. 



THE SOUTHERN CONVENTION OF 1850. 
A Note on its Proceedings 

BY 

Adelaide R. Hasse^ 
Chief of the Dociunents Department. 



The Library has recently come into the possession of the proceedings of the 
Southern, or Nashville Convention of 1850. As the pamphlets are quite un- 
common a collation and brief description is given. 



1st session 

Nashville, June 3-12, 1850. 
Resolutions, Address, | and | Jour- 
nal of Proceedings | of the | Southern 
Convention. I Held at Nashville, Ten- 
nessee, June 3d to 12th, | inclusive, 
in the year 1850.I Published by order 
of the Convention. | Nashville, Tenn., 
Harvey M. Watterson, printer. | 1850. 
68 pp. S\ 



2d session 

Nashville, Nov. 11-18, 1850. 
Journal of Proceedings | of the | 
Southern Convention, | at its | ad- 
journed session, | Held at Nashville, 
Tenn, Nov. 11, 1850, and Subsequent 
Days. I Nashville, Tenn. | Eastman 
& Boyers, printers, American oflSce, | 

1850. 1 35 (I) pp. 8^ 



In view of the uncommon occurrence of the original it may not be without 
interest to refer to some readily accessible papers of the day which printed a 
fairly full record of the proceedings. 

The convention, in its June session, sat on each of the six days of the week 
beginning Monday, June 3, and on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, or June 
10, II and 12, of the week following. The proceedings of June 3, 4, 7, 8 and 11 
are printed in the "New York Tribune" of June 4, 5, 8, 12 and 13 respectively, 
V with a fair degree of fullness. The "Tribune" prints the text of some speeches 
made on this day. These are not printed in the official text of the proceedings. 

The Tucker resolutions of June 8 (misprinted June 7 in the original) are 
printed in extenso in the "Tribune" of June 12. 

A debate on the adoption of the Address to the People occurred on June 11. 
The substance of this debate is given in the "Tribune" of June 13. It is entirely 
omitted from the official proceedings, only the names of the participants being 
mentioned. The "National Intelligencer" printed a very much condensed report 
of the proceedings of June 4, 5, 6, 7, ro, 11 and 12 in its issues of June 6, 7, 
10, 13 and 15 respectively. This paper, in an editorial of June 4, 1850, on the 
origin of the convention, prints, in full, a letter* from John C. Calhoun to Col. 
C. S. Tarpley of Mississippi, dated Fort Hill, July 9, 1849, suggesting a con- 



* This Calhoun letter Is not among those printed by the American Historical Association in its Report for 1899. 

239 



240 THE SOUTHERN CONVENTION OF 1850 

vention of the Southern States. In the same editorial is included a long letter 
from Hon. James A. Meriwether "To the Voters of the 7th Congressional Dis- 
trict," on the nature of the convention. Mr. Meriwether was well-known as a 
Whig of high standing, and had been a member in Congress from Georgia. 

The Gordon resolutions, June 8, and the Address to the People, which pre- 
cede the journal in the official pamphlet are printed in full in the "National Anti- 
Slavery Standard" of June 27, 1850. James Russell Lowell was a corresponding 
editor of this paper at this time. That part of the Benning (Ga.) resolutions of 
June S, beginning "That it is too plain for argument" (cf. p. 38-39 of the official 
print), is printed in the New York "Evening Post" of June 6. 

In its November session the convention sat on each of the six days of the 
week beginning Monday, November 11, and on Monday, November 18 of the 
following week. The "Evening Post" in its issue of November 15, prints a 
synopsis of the proceedings of the convention of November 14. On this day 
Langdon Cheves, of South Carolina, offered a resolution in these terms : "That 
secession by the joint action 6i the slave-holding States is the only efficient remedy 
for the aggravated wrongs which they now endure and the enormous evils which 
threaten them in future, from the usurped and unrestrained power of the Federal 
Government." According to the "Evening Post" Mr. Cheves made a speech of 
three hours' duration when offering this resolution. No record of a print of 
this speech has been found in connection with researches for this memorandum. 
The "National Intelligencer" of November 16 and 18 prints a very much con- 
densed report of the proceedings of November 16 and 15 respectively. 

The Deavenport (Miss.) resolutions of November 14 are printed in full in 
the "National Anti-Slavery Standard" of December 5. 

Judge Wm. L. Sharkey, of Mississippi, was President and Gov. Charles L. 
McDonald, of Georgia, was Vice-President of the June session. A list of the 
delegates is printed on pp. 25-26 of the Journal. 

Gov. McDonald was President and Reuben Chapman of Alabama was Vice- 
President of the November session. A list of the members is printed on the 
verso of p. 35 of the Journal. 



LIST OF WORKS IN THE NEW YORK PUBLIC LIBRARY RELATING 

TO THE NEAR EASTERN QUESTION AND THE BALKAN 

STATES, INCLUDING EUROPEAN TURKEY 

AND MODERN GREECE. 



Part III. 



Rumania. 



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242 



LIST OF WORKS RELATING TO THE BALKANS 



Rumania, cont'd. 

Romiliiuiehe JabrbQcber. Politisch-Iitterari- 
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313. 316, 318, 322-324, 326, 331-333. 336-341. 
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Romllnilor. 

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Romaniei publicate de Ghenadie Petrescu. Dimitrie 
A. Sturdza si Dimitrie C. Sturdza. Bucuresci, 
1888-1901. 8°. 

Parallel title in French: Acteset documents relatifs jk 
I'histoire dela rdg^n^ration de la Roumanie. 
V. I [pt. i] 1888. 407 pp. Ed. by Petrescu and D. A. and 
D. C. Sturdza. 

I. Tractatele dintre Principatele RomAne si Turcia 
(1391-1634); II. Tractatele dintre Principatele Rom&ne si 
Kusia (1674-Z7Z1); III. Tractatele dintre Turcia si Austria 
(1699-1792): IV. Tracutele dintre Turcia si Rusia (X711- 
1851); V. Tractatele si Acte dintre Puterile Europene 
relative la Poana Otoman& si Principatele Rom&ne. 



r. z. pt. 2. 1900. pp. 401-1099. 
C. Colescu-Vartic. 



Ed. by D. A. Sturdza and 



Tractate si Acte tntre Puterile Europene relative la 
Poarta Otoroanft si la Principatele Romlne. Also no. 4 
[sic, should be 5] of Academia Rom&nfi.. Publicatiunile 
fondului Princesa Alina Stirbei. 

The plan for part a of this volume was changed after 
pt. z had been puhlished. As issued the subject matter of 
part a continues the last division of part z^ This change 
necessitated a rearranj^ement of pages 399-400 of part z. 
the corrected pages being supplied with part a. 
V. a. Z889. S132 pp. Ed. by Petrescu and D. A. and D. C. 
Bturdza. 

Acte si documente de la Z844 p&ni la tncheierea Tracta- 
tulul de Paris din 30 Martie Z856. 
V. 3. Z889. zaa9 pp. Ed. by Petrescu and D. A. and D. C. 
Sturdza. 

BroBuri relative la situatiunea principatelor Romlne 
dnp& tractatul de Paris (Z854-Z857). 



V. 4. Z889. Z107 pp. Ed. by Petrescu and D. A. and D. C. 
Sturdza. 

Acte SI documente de la z Martie panaIa3o Junie. Z857. 
V. 5. 1890. zzaa pp. Ed. by Petrescu and D. A. and D. C. 
Sturdza. 

Acte si documente de la z Julie pana la 3Z Decemvrie, 
Z857. 
V. 6. 1896 in a pts. Ed. by D. A. Sturdza and C. Colesco- 
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pt. z. Divanul ad-hoc Moldovei din Z857. Z065 pp. 

pt. a. Divanul ad-hoc al Munteniei din z8s7. Comisiu- 
nea European^ din 1857-^8. 687 pp. 

These two parts have the running caption on the title 
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V. 7. Z892. Z4r4 pp. Ed. by Petrescu and D. A. and D. C. 
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Acte si documente din anul Z858 pAni la innftltarea lui 
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z8s9. 
V. 8. Z900. Z167 pp. Ed. by D. A. Sturdza and J. J. Sku- 
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Acte si documente din anii Z858 si 1859 pA^ni la asezarea 
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Publicatiunile fondului Princesa Alina Stirbei. No. z-a 
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V. 9. Z901. 626 pp. Ed. by D. A. Sturdza and J. J. Skn- 
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Acte «i documente eztrase din corespondenta D<lor L. 
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No. 4 of Academia Kom&nft. Publicatiunile fondului 
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Bellessort (Andr^). A travers la Roumanie. 
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La Roumanie contemporaine. Paris : 

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Bender (G.) Rumania in 1900. . . Translation 
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Rumania, cont'd. 

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1896, Jan.-March, Iday, Oct.- 
Dec. 

1897, Jan., March-Dec. 



1898, Jan.- 11 

1899, Jan.-Ni 



X900 
Z90X 

190a, ^ao. 
1903 
1904* 



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an.- J uly, Dec. 
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Regulament pcntru constructiuni si alinieri (din 
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Hronicul vechimei a Romano-Moldo-Vla- 

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Grundbesitzverteilung und Bauernfrage in 

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pi., 6 facs. ms. pis. 

V. a. pt. X. 1891. Doeumente... x4«-iS7S. Cu portretul 
iut Jacob Heraclid Despot Voevod. xliv, 824 p., x pi. 

V. a, pt. a. 189X. Doeumente... i4$f-xsio culese, adnotate 
si publicate de Nic. Densusianu. Cu unii apendice doeu- 
mente Slavone tnsotite de traduceri latine X45x-X5t7. 
xlvii,729p., xpl. 

V. a, pt. 3. 1893. Doeumente . . . X510-X530 culese, adnotate 
SI publicate de Nic. Densusianu. Cu unu apendice doeu- 
mente Slavone tnsotite de traduceri latine 15X0-X527. zl, 

V. 2, pt. 4. X894. Doeumente. . .iS3x-r 552 culese, adnotate si 

publicate de Nic. Densusianu. xxxiii, 756 p. 
V. a, pt. 5. 1897. Doeumente . . . X55a-i575 culese, adnotate 

si publicate de Nic. Densusianu. xxxii, 770 p. 
V. 3, pt. [il. i83o. Doeumente . . . 1576-1599. Cu portretul 

lul Mihau-Vodd Vit^iul. xxx, 600 p., i por. 
V. 3, pt. 2. 1888. Doeumente ... X576-1600. Cu portretul luf 

Pclru-Voda Schiopul. xxxii, 575 p., i por. 
V. 4, pt. I. 1882. Doeumente . . . X600-1649. xzxvi, 708 p., 

X por. 
V. 4, pt. 2. 1884. Doeumente . . . 1600-1650. Cu portretul 

lui Vasilie-Vo<!a Lupul. xl, 686 p. 
v. 5, pt. I. X885. Doeumente . . . 1650-1699. Cu portretul 

lui Gheorghc Stefan Voevod. xxii, 547 p. 
V. s, pt. 2. 1886. Doeumente . . . 1650-1699. Cu portretul 

lui Constantin-Voda Braneov6nu. xxvi, 406 p. 
V. 6. 1878. Doeumente ... 1 700-1750. Cu portretul lui Dim- 
itrie Cantemir. xziii, 697 p. 
With this volume the MinisteriuluT Cultelor si al In- 

structiunel Publice becomes sole editor, the Academiet 

Romdne retiring. 



246 



LIST OF WORKS RELATING TO THE BALEJINS 



Rumania, confd, 

V. 7. 1876. Documente . . . X750-X818. xzii, 584 p., x leaf, 

I port. 
V. 8. 1894. Documente . . . X376-X650. xlviii, 540 p. 

With this volume the joint publication of the Ministry 

and the Academy is resumed. 
V. 9, pt. X. X897. Documente . . . 1650-1747. li, 691 p. 
y. 9, pt. 9. X899. Documente . . . X751-X796. Cu indice alfa- 

betic pentru Vol. 8 si 9. xzi, 438 p. 
V. TO. 1897. Documente . . . X763-X844. Rapoarte consulare 

pru»&ne din lasf si BucurestT (1763-1844). Adunate, ad- 

notate si publicate de Neculaf lorga. czxx, 604 p., 1 portr. 
V. IX. i<|oo. Documente . . . Actedin secolulaI^vilea(x5i7- 

X612) relative msT ales la domnia si viata lui Petru-voda 

Schiopul. Adunate, adnoute si publicate de Neculal 

lorga. cliv, x leaf, 909 p. 

Suplement 1-2. jff«r«r«rt, 1 885-1900. f°. 

Suplement x, v. x. 1886. X5X8-X780. Cu portretul lul loan 
Nicolae Alexandru Mavrocordat Voevod. Documente 
cujese din diferite publicatiuni si din Biblioteca Nationald 
din Paris de Gr. G. Tocilescu; din Archivele Ministeriulul 
AfacerUor Str&ine din Paris de A. I. Odobescu. Ixxi, 
X003 p. 

V. a. X885. X781-1814. Cu portretul luf loan Gheorghe 
Caragea Voevod. Documente culesedin archivele Minis- 
teriulul Afacerilor Str&ine din Paris de A. I. Odobescu. 
xlviii, 755 P- 

V. a. 189^. Indice alfabetic si analitic al materiilor cuprinse 
V. X SI a. X 1., pp. 759-863. 

V. 3. X889. X709-i8xa. Cu portretul lul Alexandru Ipsilant 
Voevod. Documente culese din archivele MinisteriuluT 
Afacerilor Str&ine din Paris de A. I. Odobescu. xiii, 

596 P- 

V. 4. 189X. x8oa-x849. Cu portretul lul Mihail Sturdza 
Voevod. Documente adunate, coordonate si publicate de 
D. A. Sturdza, D. C. Sturdza si Octavian Lugosianu. 
XXX, 596 p. 

V. 5. X894. f83a-x838. Adunate si coordonate de D. A. 
Sturdza si C. Colescu-Vartic. xxiv, 664 p. 

Relating to Moldavia. In addition to the text of docu- 
ments of state, addresses to the prince regent, etc., there 
are also many financial documents. The budgets of X834, 
X835, 1836 and X837 are given in full. 

V. 6. X895. 1827-1849. Adunate si coordonate de D. A. 
Sturdza si C. Colescu-Vartic. xxi, 633 p. 
Contents similar to those of v. 5. Cfoc 
X839. 

Suplement a. V. X. X893. X510-1600. Cu portretul luT leremia 
Movill Voevod. Documente culese din archive si biblio- 
teci Polone. Coordonate, adnotate si publicate de loan 
Bogdancu traducerea Francezda documentelor Polone de 
I. Skupiewski. xxxi (i), 652 p. 

V. a. X895. 1601-X640. Cu portretul luT Caspar Gratiani 
Voevod. Documente culese din archive si biblioteci 
Polone. Coordonate, adnotate si publicate de loan Bog- 
dan en traducerea Francezil a documentelor Polone de I. 
Skupiewski. xxviii, 624 p. 

V, 3, 1900. fasc. X. i64X-x703. 312 p. 
Continues v. a. 

Dorobanti (Jacques.) L'attitude de la Rouma- 
nie dans la crise orientale. illus. (Questions diplo> 
mat. & col. V. 27, pp. 70-82. Paris, 1909. 4°. 

La question sociale en Roumanie. (Ques- 
tions diplomat, et coloniales. v. 23, pp. 620-632. 
Paris, 1907.) 

Drag^ (Th.) Descnption des installations et 
des appareils en usage aux chemins de fer de Tetat 
ronmain pour Temploi des residus de pe'trole au 
chaufTage des locomotives, illus. (Rev. gen. d. 
chemins de fer. v. 31, sem. 2, pp. 401-427. Paris, 
1908. 4°.) 

Droits (Les) de la Roumanie bases sur les 
trait^s; par un ancien diplomate. n, /., 1874. 
I p.l., xxiv, 36 p. 8°. 

Eliade (Pompiliu). Les premiers " Bonjour- 
istes" (1818-1828). 26 p. (Cong, internal, p. I'ex- 
tension et la culture de la langue fran9aise. sess. I, 
1905, [no. 14]. Paris, 1906.) 

Episcopatiil Romlnilor Macedoneni. Bucu- 
resci: *' Vointa Nationala,** 1897. 97 p., 1 1. 12°. 



contains budget of 



Erbieeanii (Constantin). Atanasie Comneo 
Ipsilant si chronicul s^fi cu privire la RomUnl. 
(Academia RomUnS,. Analele Academiel romaae. 
Memoriilesectiunil istorice. Bucuresci, 1901. 4^. 
ser. 2, V. 23 (1900-01). pp. 1-18.) 

B&rrbatii culti greci si rom&ni si profesorit 

din Academiile de lasi si Bucuresti din epoca zisii 
fanariot&(i650-i82i). (Academia Romans. Analele 
Academiel romine. Memoriile sectiunii istorice. 
Bucuresci, 1905. 4*. ser. 2, v, 27 (1904-5), 
pp. 141-182.) 

Dou£ acte oficiale necunoscute de pe timpul 

Imp^ratuiuY Bizantin Isaac ii Angel, privitore la 
Romanil din Peninsula Balcanic^ spre finele seco* 
luluY XII. (Academia Rominft. Analele Academiel 
rom4ne. Memoriile sectiunii istorice. Bucuresci, 
1902. . 4*. ser. 2, V. 24 (1901-02), pp. 1-38.) 

Priviri istorice si literare asupra epocei fana- 

riotice. (Academia Romatni. Analele AcademieY 
romane. Memoriile sectiunii istorice. Bucuresci, 
1902, 4". ser. 2, v. 24 (1901-02), pp. 83-116.) 

Eseavasioni (Le) petrolifere di Campeni (Ra- 
menia). (Boll. d. soc. d. ingegneri e d. architetti 
ital. anno 14, pp. 369-374. Roma, 1906.) 

Everts (Robert). Rapport sur le commerce 
ext^rieur de la Roumanie en 1906. (Recueil con- 
sulaire. v. 142, pp. 13-48. Bruxelles, 1908. 8°.) 

Fiesineseo (Th.), and V. Dbssila. Note sur 
Texploitation du p^trole en Roumanie, Campina- 
Bustenari. (Rev. univer. d. mines, d. I. metallur- 
gie, etc. ser. 4, v. 19, pp. 285-302. Li^ge, 1907.) 

Fiedler (Joseph). Beitr&ge zur Union der 
Valachen (Vlachen) in Slavonien und Syrmien. 
(Archiv fQr Kunde 5sterr. Gesch. Quellen. Bd. 31, 
pp. 105-145, Wien, 1867. 8".) 

Die Union der Walachen in SiebenbUrgen 

unter K. Leopold i. (Kais. Akad. d. Wissensch. 
Philos.-hist. CI. Sitzungsb. Bd. 27, pp. 350-382. 
Wien. 1858. 8^) 

Filipeseii (Teodor). Coloniile romane din Bos- 
nia. Studiu etnograBc si antropogeografic. . . Edi- 
tiunea Academiet Romane. Bucuresti: C. Gobi, 
1906. I p.l., 310 p., 1 1., I map. 8°. 

Filitti (Georges). La propriete fonciere dans la 
Dobrogea d'apr^s les lois ottomanes. Discours 
de rentree prononc^ le 16/28 aout 1880, devant les 
sections unies de la Haute Cour de Cassation et de 
Justice de Roumanie. Bucarest: F. Gdbl, i38o. 
47 p. 8°. 

Fischer (Emil). Der Herkunft der Rumanen. 
Eine historisch-linguistisch-ethnographische Stu- 
die. Bamberg: Handels-Druckerei, 1904. 4 p.l., 
303 p., I map. 4 pi. 4*. 

Bibliography, pp. 2x1-230. 

Mir und Zadruga bei den Rum&nen. (Glo- 
bus. V. 94, pp. 252-256. Braunschweig, 1908. 

r.) 

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jarenfamilien. (Ztsch. f. Ethnologie. v. 40, 
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France. — Ministhre des Affaires £trangeres. 
Documents diplomatiques. Question de la recon* 
naissance de la Roumanie. Paris: Imp, Nat,, 
1879. 40 p. V. 

From April la to Nov. 10, 1879. Text of Roumanian Cir- 
cular of Jul^ '3~^i« 18791 o°C- 18 ^^ ^^'\ <^Q<^ despatches of 
the Roumanian Nlinister of Fc ' ~ 



the Principality in Paris. 



i'oreign Affairs to the Agent of 



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247 



Rumania, confd, 
Paris: Imp, Nat., 1880. 21 p. f*. 

Correspondence between the French Ministry of Foreign 
A£Eairs and the Ambassadors of France in Berlin, Vienna and 
London. 

Negociatioa commerciale avcc la Rou- 

manie, 1876-1885. Paris: Imp. Nat., 1885. viii, 

83 p. f^ 

Franee. — Minisihredu Commerce. £tude sur 
la Dobroudscha apr^s vingt-cinq ans d'annexion 4 
la Roumaoie. Paris [1903]. 18 p. (Rapports 
commerciaux. no. 363.) 

Rapports commerciaux des agents diplo- 

matiques et consulaires de France, n. p.. n. d. 

Constantza, Mouvement commercial et maritime du port. 
1893. z^ p. no. ZZ3, series of 1890-1899. 

No more published. 
1901. 14 p. no. 161, series of z899-date. 
No more published. 
Galatz, Mouvement commercial. 

1893. zip* no. ao9, series of 1890-1899. 
No more published. 
Moldavie, L'industne et le commerce. 

z9ot. 31 p. no. 184, series of i89Q-date. 
Roumanie, Mouvement du commerce. 
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p^ischen... Staaten. [No.] 4.) 

Oermany* — Reichsamt des Innern. Kdstend- 
sche. Wirthschaftliche VerbSlltnisse, Handel und 
ScbifTahrt im Jahre 1899. [Berlin, 1900.] 12'. 
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Oheorg^hiii (D. J.) Le commerce exterieur 
de la Roumanie en 1904. (Le mouvement eco- 
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Les finances publiques de la Roumanie;^ 

situation du Tr^sor au 31 mars 1907. (Mouvement' 
^con. V. 6, pp. 65-79. Bucarest, 1907.) 

Oirardin (Paul Ch.) La Valachie. illus. 
(G^ographie. v. 8, pp. 135-142. Paris, 1903.) 
Abstract of a recent book by Emmanuel de Martonne. 

Oorovel (Arthur). Marriage among the Rou- 
manians. (Arch. Internat. Folk-Lore Assoc. 
V. I, Cong. World's Col. Exposition, pp. 408- 
416. Chicago, 1898. 8^) 

Gottlieb (Joseph M.) Vorkommen und Ge- 
winnung des Erd5ls in Rumanien. (Berg- u. huet- 
tenmaennische Zeitung. Jahrg. 62, pp. 517-519. 
Berlin, 1903.) 

Great 'BrltuXa.— Foreign Office. Diplomatic 

and consular reports. Annual series. London, 

1882-1907. 8°. 

Trade in Constantza. 
1905. 18 pp. no. 3658. 

Trade of GalaU. 

1886. 7 pp. no. 93. 

1887. 8 pp. no. 268. 

1888. 19 pp. no. 475. 

1889. 19 pp. no. 662. 

1890. 30 pp. no. 837. 

1891. 16 pp. no. 996. 

Finances of Roumania. 
1882/90. 13 pp. no. 796. 

Foreign Trade of Roumania. 
1835/7. 4 pp. no. 381. 1887. 3 pp. no. 444. 



1906. 16 pp. no. 3939. 



1893. 


23 pp. 


no. 


1170. 


1893. 


36 pp. 


no. 


1345- 


tH)t, 


21 pp. 


no. 


Z609. 


18^5. 


J3PP. 


no. 


1775. 


1896. 


33 PP- 


no. 


1918. 


1897. 


83 pp. 


no. 


3100. 



Trade of Roumania. 
x886, Jan. -June. 3 pp. no. 350. 
1887-1893, none published. 

There is a British consular report on the finances of Rou- 
mania. covering the period from z88 1-1890, published as no. 
3s6 of the miscellaneous series of diplomatic and consular 
reports. 

1894. 33 pp. no. 1^3. Z903. 43 pp. no. 3990. 

1895-1897, none published. 1903. 41 pp. no. 3304. 

1898. 33 pp. no. 3305. 1904. 43 pp. no. 3^33. 

1899. 39 pp. no. 3486. 1905. 53 pp. no. 3618. 
Z900. 33 pp. no. 3069. 1906. 55 pp. no. 3787. 
1901. 30 pp. no. 3874. 1907. 53 pp. no. 4005. 



Protocols de conferences entre TAutriche, 

la France, la Grande- Bretagne, la Prusse, la Russie, 

la Sardaigne et la Turquie, relatifs 4 I'organisation 

des principautes de Moldavie et de Valacbie. Mai- 

aodt, 1858. (British and Foreign State Papers, v. 48, 

pp. 81-132.) 

Preceded pp. 70-81 by the French text of the convention 
of August 19, 1858. 

Roumania. Commercial. 1887. No. i. 

Additional treaty of commerce between Her Majesty 
and His Majesty the King of Roumania. Signed 
at Bucharest, Nov. 26, 1886. London: Harrison 
&* Sons, 1887. [i] 2 p. f". (Parliamentary Pa- 
pers, 1887, V. 91.) 

Turkey. 1878, no. 30. Correspondence 

respecting the affairs of Roumania. London: Har- 
rison 6* Sons [1878]. 1 1., 9 p. f. (Parliamen- 
tary Papers, 1878, v. 92.) 

Represenuttion of Roumania in the Congress of Berlin. 

Turkey. 1878, no. 41. Regulations for 

the [government of the] Danubian principalities: 
1830. London: HaYrison ^ Sons, n. d. i 1., 3 p. 
(Parliamentary Papers, 1878, v. 82.) 

Moldavia and Wallachia. 

Griffiths (A. B.), and N. J. Bluman. Les 
bases azotees dans le p^trole roumain. (Bull. Soc. 
chim. de Paris, s^r. 3, v. 25-26, pp. 725-726. 
Paris, 1 90 1.) 

Orothe (Hugo). Zur Landeskunde von Ru- 
m&nien. Kulturgeschichtliches und Wirtschaft- 
liches. I map. (MUnchner oriental isch. Gesellsch. 
Jahrb. Beitrage z. Kenntnis d. Orients, v. 4, pp. 
i-xii, 1-126. Halle a, S., i(^t. 8*.) 

Halle a. S.: Gebauer-Schwetschke, 

1907. xv,*i26 p., I 1., 14 pi., 5 port. 8'. (An- 
gewandte Geographie. [Ser.] 3. [Heft] i.) 

Rumanien und die Entwicklung seines 

Eisenbahnnetzes. (Asien. Jahrg. 5 (1906), pp. 
129-131, 154-156. Berlin, 1906.) 

Griinber^ (Karl). L'affranchissement des 
paysans en Roumanie. (Mouvement econ. v. 9, 
pp. 202-214. Bucarest, 1909. 8*.) 

Les lois de protection ouvriire en Rou- 
manie. (Mouvement ^conomique. v. 10, pp. 67-78. 
Bucarest, 1909. 8°.) 

Dans la question d*une nouvelle orientation 

de la politique commerciale entre TAutriche-Hon- 
grie et la Roumanie. (Mouvement economique. 
V. I, pp. 389-417. Bucarest, 1905.) 

H&ni^ (A.) Die Entwickelung der rumanischen 
Petroleumindustrie und ihre wirtschaftliche Be- 
deutung fUr Deutschland. (Jahrb. f. NationalOkon. 
u. Statist, ser. 3, v. 37, pp. 333-352. Jena, 1909. 
8^ 

Hammerstein Gesmold (Ludwig Karl Wil- 
helm von). Die rumSnische Armee die Schdpfung 



248 



LIST OF WORKS RELATING TO THE BALKANS 



Rumania, cont'd. 

KOoig Carols I. Mit 6 Skizzea im Text. Bfrlin: 
Ernst Siegfried Mi ttler und Sohn^ 1909. 2 p.l., 
(i) iv, I 1., 116 p. 8". 

Hasdea (Bogdan P.) RomaniY b&n&tenY din 
punctul de vedere al conservatismalul dialectal si 
tentorial. (Academia Roixi^n^. Analele Acade- 
mieT rom&ne. Memoriile sectiunii lit. Bucuresci, 
1897. 4". ser. 2, V. 18, pp. 1-69.) 

Havterire ( d'), Comte. Memoire sur I'etat 
ancien et actuel de la Moldavie, present^ k S. A. S. 
le prince Alexandre Ypsilanti, hospodor regnant 
en 1787. B nearest: C. Gobi, 1902. 2 p.l., 410 p., 
2 1. sq. 8°. (Academia Romaoa.) 

Hebbelynek (Th.) En Roumanie. 1901. (Le 
tour du monde. n. s. v. 9, pp. 373-40S. Paris, 
1905.) 

Henke (Rudolf). RumUnien; Land und Volk. . . 
Leipzig, 1877. map. 8*. 

Hepites (St. C.) Sur le regime des pluies en 
Roumanie. (Gong, intemat. de m^t^orologie. 1900. 
Proc^s-verbaux. pp. 89-94. Paris, 1901.) 

Holtiendorff-Vietmansdorf (Franz von). 
Ramaniens Uferrechte an der Donau. Ein vOlker- 
rechtliches Gutachten. Leipzig: Duncker ^ Hum- 
blot, 1883. vii. (i), I 1., 168 p. 8". 

Les droits riverains de la Roumanie sur le 

Danube. Consultation de droit international. Edi- 
tion fran9aise augment^e d'un tableau chronolo- 
gique, contenant les trait^s, conventions et regle- 
ments, relatifs 4 la navigation- fluviale Interna- 
tionale de 1648 i 1883. Leipzig: Duncker b* Hum- 
blot, 1884. vii, 292 p. 8°. 

Honsik (Ed.), and Hubert Schmidt. Die 

Srfthistorische Station von Strata- Monteortl, Bezirk 
uzeti. 9 illus. (Ztsch. f. Ethnologie. v. 39, pp. 
999-1003. Berlin, 1907.) 

Hooriekx (Frederic). [La Roumanie.] (Re> 
cueil consulaire. v. 75, pp. 476-511. Bruxelles, 
1892. 8'.) 

Hmifalvy (P&I). Neuere Erscheinungen der 
nimftnischen Geschichtsschreibung beleucbtet von 
Paul Hunfalvy. Wien: K, Prochaska,\^^t, 3 p.l., 
252 p. 8'. 

Die Rum^nnen und ihrc AnsprOche. Wien: 

K, Prochaska, 1883. 3 p.l., 365 p., I 1. 8*. 

Hvrmiiiaki l[Eudoxiu von). Fragmente zur 
Geschichte der Rumaenen; herausgegeben vom 
fuerstlich rumaenischen Cultus- und Unterrichts- 
Ministerium. Bucurescli SocecH, Sander &* Teclu, 
1878-86. 5 V. I port. 8°. 

Fragmente din istoria rom^nilor. Tradu- 

cere f&cut& [from the German] de loan SlavicY. 
Bucuresti: I. V, Socecv, 1900. v. 2. 8*. (Ru- 
mania: Cultelor si Instruct! unil Publice, Minlsteri- 
ulul.) 

See also Doemneiite privitore, etc. 

lesan (Isidor). Rom&nii din Bosnia si Herte- 
govina tn trecut si tn prezent. (Academia Rom^ni. 
Analele AcademieY rom^ne. Sfemoriile sectiunii 
istorice. Bucuresel, iqos. 4°. ser. 2, v. 27 (1904- 
'05), pp. 37-62.) 

lUeseii (loan M.) Pagini din istoria f&rilor 
Romane tn timp de 18 secole (106-1906). Povestite 



t^ranilot din comuna Poroschia. Monografia scoa- 
lei **Haritina Gigirtu" din comuna Poroschia 
(Teleorman) (in 40 ani. 1 866-1906) de I. N. I. 
TurnU'Magurele: G. Stoicescu, 1907. 195 (i), (i) 
4-6, xiii p. sq. 8°, 

Industrie (L') roumaine du petrole en 1908. 
(Mouvement econ. v. 9, pp. 348-356, Bucarest^ 
1909. 8°.) 

Instruction (L*) militaire pre'paratoire en Rou- 
manie. (Rev. militaire des armees etrangeres. 
V. 69, pp. 1 55-161. Paris, 1907.) 

lonesen (Dimitrie B.) Die Agrarverfassung 
RumSLniens, ihre Geschichte und ihre Reform. 
Leipzig: Duncker ^ Humbloi, 1909. 4 p.l., 132 p. 
8". (Staats- und social wissenschaftliche Forschun- 
gen. Heft 136.) 

lonesea (Take). Discursuri politice (1886- 
1896). Bucuresci: Storck b* Mailer, 1897. 372 p. 
%\ 

Le programme economique du parti con- 

servateur d^mocrate. (Mouvement ^con. v. 9, pp. 
193-201. Bucarest, 1909. 8°. 

lonnesea-Oion (G. I.) Din istoria Fanario- 
tilor. Studie si cercet&rY. Bucuresci: Stab. Grajic 
/. K. SocecH, 1 891. 2 p.l., 259 (i) p. 12'. 

lor^a (Nicolae). Un boier Oltean la Karlsbad 
tn 1 796- 1 797. C^l&toria lui Barbu Stirbei tn apus. 
(Academia RomdnS.. Analele Academiel romane. 
Memoriile sectiunii istorice. Bucuresci, 1907. 4°. 
ser. 2, V. 29(1906-07), pp. 215-231.) 

C^teva documente de cea mai veche limb& 

romineasc^ (sec. al xv-lea si al xvi-Iea). 4 facsim. 
(Academia Romin&. Analele Academiel romane.. 
Memoriile sectiunii lit. Bucuresci, 1906. 4°. ser. 
2, V. 28, pp. 99-115.) 

Contributii la istoria inv&t&mintuluY in tar& 

si in str&in&tate(i78o-i83o). (Academia Romd.n&. 
Analele AcademieY romine. Memoriile sectiunii 
lit. Bucuresci, Kyyy, 4'. ser. 2, v. 28, pp. 33-58.) 

ContributiunY la istoria Munteniei tn a doua 

jum&tate a secolulul xvi-lea. (Academia Romans 
Analele AcademieY romine. Memoriile sectiunii 
istorice. Bucuresci, 1896. 4". ser. 2, v. 18(1895- 
'96), pp. I- 1 12.) 

Documente Romtnesti din archivele Bistri- 

tei (Scrisori domnesti si scrisori private). Bucu- 
resti: SocecH 6* Comp,, 1899. 2 v. 12*. 

Geschichte des rum^nischen Volkes im 

Rahmen seiner Staatsbildungen. Gotha: F. A, 
Perthes, 1905. 2 v. 8*. (Geschichte d. europa- 
ischen Staaten.) 

Indrept&ri si tntregiri la istoria Romd.nilor 

dup& acte des coperite tn arhivele s&sesti. L Bra- 
sovul. (Academia RomanSL. Analele Academiel 
romane. Memoriile sectiunii istorice. Bucuresci, 
1905. 4*. ser. 2, V. 27 (1904-05), pp. 99-140.) 

PretendentI domnescT In secolul al xvi-lea. 

I chart, 2 pi. (Academia Rom4n3.. Analele Aca- 
demiel romane. Memoriile sectiunii istorice. Bucu- 
resci, 1897. 4*. ser. 2, V. i9(i896-'97), pp. 193- 

275.) 

Socotelile Brasovulul si scrisori romlLnescT 

c&tre Sfat in secolul al xvii-lea. (Academia Ro- 
m^n&. Analele Academiel rom&ne. Memoriile 
sectiunii istorice. Bucuresci, 1900. 4'. ser. 2, 
V. 21 (1898- '99), pp. 109-270.) 



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Rumania, cont'd, 

Socotelile Sibtiulul. (Academia Romiod.. 

Analele A'cademiel romine. Memoriile sectiuaii 

istonce. Btuurescf, 1900. 4°. ser. 2, v. 21 
(1898-99). pp. 271-302.) 

Stefan-cel-Mare, Mihai-Viteazu],.si Mitro- 

polia Ardealului. (Academia Romana.. Analele 
Academiel rotnane. Memoriile sectiunii istorice. 
Bucuresci, 1905. 4". ser. 2, v. 27 (1904-05), 
PP- 1-35.) 

Studi! istorice asupra ChilieT si Cetaiil- 

Albe... Bucuresci: C. Gdbl^ 1899. 418 p., i I., 
5 pi. 8^ (Academia Roman a.) 

Viata lui Alexandra Vod&Callimachi, Domn 

al Moldovei cu prilejul descoperirii testamentului 
s&a. (Academia Romans. Analele Academiel ro- 
m&ne. Memoriile sectiunii istonce. Bucuresci^ 
1905. 4°. ser. 2, V. 27 (1904-05), pp. 79-98.) 

Viata si Domnia lui Barbu Dimitrie Stirbei, 

Domn al Terii-Rom&nesti (1849-1856). Memoriul 
i-ii. (Academia Rom4n3, Analele Academiel 
rom^ne. Memoriile sectiunii istorice. Bucuresci^ 
1905-06. 4*. ser. 2, V. 27 (1904-05), pp. 323- 
352; V. 28 (1905-06), pp. 1-156.) 

See also Doeamente privitore, v. 10 and 11. 

Istrati (Constantin I.) Activitatea sciintific& 
a lui Ion Ghica: discurs. . .cu r^spuns de Dimitrie 
A. Sturdza. Bucuresci: C, Gobi, 1902. 35 p., 
I port. 4*. (Academia Romana. Discursi de 
receptiune. v. 24.) 

Biserica si podul din BorzescI precam si o 

ochire relativSL la bisericile zidite de Stefan-eel -Mare. 
28 pi. (Academia Romin&. Analele Academiel 
romslne. Memoriile sectiunii istorice. Bucuresci, 
1904. 4*. ser. 2, V. 26 (1903-04), pp. 261-336.) 

Jaray (G.-L.) Le socialisme en Roumanie. 
(Mouvement social, ann^e 9, ser. 2 (v. 21), pp. 
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Jehay (Fr. de). Les' Koutzo-Valaques et le 
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Jirecek (Constantin). Die Romanen in den 
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(Kais. Akad. d. Wissensch. Phil. -hist. Classe. 
Denksch. Bd. 48. Abh. 3. Wien^ 1902. V.) 

Jormeseii (C), and I. Popa-BurcA. Harta 
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Romine. Bucuresti: C, Gobl^ 1907. 2 p.l., 268 p., 
83 maps, 22 tables. 8'. 

Kallnderu (loan). Vilegiatura si resedintele 
de var& la RomUnl. (Academia Romlln&. Ana- 
lele Academiel romd,ne. Memoriile sectiunii isto* 
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'95), pp. 159-190O 

Karolyi (Arpad von). *' Vlachen "- Auswan- 
derung aus der Gegend von Bihac zu Ende des 16. 
Jahrhunderts. illus. (Bosnisch-Hercegovinisches 
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tfaeil. aus Bosnien u. d. Hercegovina. Wien, 1894. 
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Kleser (Hans). Die Stellung und Bedentsam- 
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Kofl^alniceanu (Michail). Desrobirea tigan- 
ilorii; Oborirea pronomiiloru si privilegieloru de 



nascere si de casta ; Emanciparea t^ranilorti. (In: 
Academia Romdna. Serbarea anniversarsi . . pp. 
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Histoire da la Valachie, de la Moldavie et 

des valaques Transdanubiens. T. i. Berlin: D, 
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Kremniti (Georg). Die Entwicklung der 
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Lalkr^ue (E.) Les armees de la peninsule 
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liahovary (Georges Fim). Essai sur la poli- 
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Lahovary (Jean). The Jewish question in 
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Laiare (Bernard). The Jews in Roumania. 
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Die Juden in RumUnien. Autorisierte 

deutsche Uebersetzung. Berlin: H, 5. Hermann, 
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Lamriano (A. D.) La question des for^ts en 
Roumanie. Chert^ du bois, moyens d*y obvier. 
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Aus dem Leben KOnig Karis von Rum^nien. 
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Les^rand (£mile). Recueil de documents grecs 
concernant les relations du patriarcat de Jerusalem 
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Levy (Bernhard). Die Judenfrage in dea 
DonaufQrstenthOmern. Berlin: J, Levit [187-?] 
43 p. 8'. 

Levy (Victor). Le commerce exterieur de la 
Roumanie. (Bull. Soc. de g^og. de Marseille. 
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Lindaa (R.) Die Walachei und Moldau. Dres- 
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Uaye y Garcia (Joaquin de la). Bulgaria y 
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aiio 9 (1909, V. 2), pp. 229-252, 367-386; (1909, 
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Madrid, 1909. 8®. 

Rumania. (R. Soc. geo?. B3I. v. 51, 

pp. 129-171. Madrid, 1909. 8". 

La^osiaua (Octavian), joint compiler. See 
Doeamente privit6re la istoria Romd,nilor. Suple- 
ment i, v. 4. 

Maiorescu (Titu). Chestia ovreilor. Revi- 
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Mano Jean-G.) L'union des principaut^s rou- 
maines. £tude d*histoire diplomatique & de droit 
interoatioaal. Paris: A. Rousseau, if^oo, 3p.I>* 
194 p. 4'. (University de Paris.— Faculte de 
droit.) 

XVarele dictionar geograBcai Romtoiei. Alca- 
tuit si prelucrat dupa dictionarele partiale pe jadete 
de G. I. Lahovari, C. I. Bratiaou, G. C. Tocilescu. 
Bucuresti: Stab, Grafic J. V. Socecu, 1 898-1900. 
3 V. f°. (Societatea geografica nomtoft.) 

Marian (Simeon Fi.) PortretuI lui Miron 
Costin, mare logof^t si cronicar al Moldovel. 

1 port. (Academia Romin&. Analele Academiel 
romdne. Memoriile sectiunii istorice. Bucuresci, 
1900. 4". ser. 2, V. 22(1899-1900), pp. 25-35.) 

SSrbfttorile la RominI: stadin etnografic. 

V. 3. Bucuresci: C, Gobly 1901. 8". (Academia 
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Marieneseii (Atanasie M.) Iliril, Macedo* 
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ser. 2, V. 26(1903-04), pp. 1 17-169.) 

Mehedinti (Simeon). Die rumanische Steppe, 
eine anthropogeographische Skizze. (In: Zu Fried- 
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Meitani (Georges G. G.) Le pouvoir consti- 
tuant en Roumanie. Paris: L. Larose, 1901. 
190 p., I 1. 4*. (Universite de Paris. — Faculte 
de Droit.) 

M^moire des ^tudiants universitaires de Rou- 
manie relatif i la situation des Roumains de Tran- 
silvanie et de Hongrie. Bucarest: C. Gobi, 1891. 

2 p.l.. 51 p., I 1., I map. 4°. 

Michel (P.) Le domaine de la couronne en 
Roumanie. (Mouvement ^conomique. v. 7, pp. 
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La grande industrie en Roumanie. (Mouve- 
ment ^con. V. 5, pp. 92-109. Bucarest, 1906.) 

La question des terrains p^trolif^res de 

I'etat Roumain. (Mouvement economique. v. 2, 
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Mihaeseo (N.) La Roumanie k I'Exposition 
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Miklosieh (Franz). Ueber die Wanderungen 
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den Karpaten. (Kais. Akad. d. Wissensch. Phil.- 
bist. Classe. Denksch. Bd. 30, pp. 1-66. Wien, 
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Minovici (M.) Les effets de Tintervention 
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Mircea (R. C.) L'industriedu petrole en Rou- 
manie avant et apris le troisi^me congr^s interna- 
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Remarques sur la criminality feminine en 

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Mirski (Kr. Iv.), trans, Proiskhozhdenieto i 
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pryevel Kb. Iv. M. (Periodtchesko spisanie na 
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Missir (Petre Th.) Roumanie. i. Aper9a 
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Momii (Alexandru Constantinu), prince of 
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Mrasec (L.) Geologische Eintheilung der 
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Maeller (Alois). Die Gemeinden und ibr Fi- 
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L*^migration et Timmigration en Roumanie. 

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Nehring^ (A.) Fossile Kamele in RumSnien 
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O'Brien (Patrick). Journal of a residence in 
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Odobeseii (A. I.), joint compiler. See Docv- 
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" Epocele istorieY romine, si imp&rtirea ei. 

Discurs rostit la 22 Martie (4 Aprilie) 1906, in se- 
dinti solemn^. . .cu r&spuns de Dimitrie A. Sturdza. 
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Rumania, confJ. 

Traditia istoric^ In chestiunea ori^nilor ro- 

mane. (Academia RominSL. Analele Academiel 
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Otescu (I. ) Credintele t&raDului romsLo despre 
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Jocuri de copil. Memoriul a doilea de T. 

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Sofia Paleolog, nepota Imp^ratulul Con- 

stantin xii Paleolog, si Domnita Olena, fiica Dom- 
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Papahasfi-Vurduna (Pericle N.) Jocuri 
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Megleno-Rom^oil. Studiii etnografico-filo- 

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Partidul social-democratic al muncitorilor din 
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Petreseii (Ghenadie), joint compiler. See 
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Rumania, cont'd. 

Refl^ele Carol i si instructianea public^. Cuvta- 
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Reminiseenees of the King of Roumania. 
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Rights (The) of Roumania founded upon trea- 
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Ritter (William). L'architettura e Tarte ru- 
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L'exposition nationale jubilaire de Bucarest. 

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Roesler (E. Robert). Dacier und Romftnen. 
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Romalo (Alphonse). R^sum^ sur T^tat des 
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Romanesco (Afme, Lucie). Les cantines 
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Rosen (M.) Ein Wort an die orientalischen 
Juden. Belgrad: In der farstlich-serbiscken Staats- 
druckerei, 1867. 40 p. 8'. 

Rosenthal (Herman). Roumania and the 
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Rosetti (Radu). Despre censura tn Moldova 
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demies romlne. Memoriile sectiunii istorice. Bucu- 
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531.) 

Cronica Bohotlnului. i chart. (Academia 

Romans. Analele AcademieY romane. Memoriile 
sectiunii istorice. Bucuresci, 1906. 4°. ser. 2, 
V. 28 (1905-06), pp. 157-322.) 



Cronica Vascanilor. (Academia Rom&nft. 

Analele AcademieY romd,ne. Memoriile sectiunii 
istorice. Bucuresci, 1907. 4*, ser. 2, v. 29 (1906- 

07), pp. 1-143.) 

Note genealogice si biografice despre fami- 

lie Buhus si Rosetti fosti proprietarY aY mosiei Boho- 
tinul. (Academia Rom^n&. Analele AcademieY 
romane. 



1906. 



Memoriile sectiunii istorice. Bucuresci, 
4°. ser. 2, V. 28 (1905-06), pp. 469-504 ) 

Despre originea si transform&rile clasei 

st&pinitoare din Moldova. (Academia Rom^nSL. 
Analele AcademieY romane. Memoriile sectiunii 
istorice. Bucuresci, 1907. 4°. ser. 2, v. 29 (1906- 
07). pp. 145-213.) 

Despre Unguri si episcopiile catolice din 

Moldova. (Academia Rom^n&. Analele Acade- 
mieY rom&ne. Memoriile sectiunii istorice. Bucu- 
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Rosn (V.) Studitl asupra Irigatiunilor tn Ro- 
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C Gobi, 1907. I p.l., 200 p., 5 maps. 8°. 

Ronanet (Gustave). Les Juifs en Roumanie. 
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Paris: P.-V, Stock, 1902. 29 p., 1 I. 

Repr.: Rev. socialiste, num. de juillet, zgoa. 

Renmania. Handelsbericht des Kaiserlichen 
Konsulats zu Bukarest fiir das Jahr 1905. (Deut. 
Handels-Archiv. 1907 (Heft i), pp. 146-204. Ber- 
lin, 1907.) 

Roumanie* Resultats g^n^raux de Texploita- 
tion des chemins de fer de rJtat pendant les annees 
1898 et 1897. (Annalesd. pontsetchauss^es. pt. 2» 
ser. 7, v. 10, pp. 900-901. Paris, 1900.) 

Continued yearly to date. 

Ramanisehe (Die) Armee. illus. (Streffleurs 
miliiar. Ztschr. Wien, 1904-1909. 8'. Jahrg. 45, 
pp. 1073-1090; Jahrg. 50(1909, v. 1), pp. 474-487) 

Rnm&nisclien (Die) Eisenbahnen im Jahre 
1895. (Archiv f . Eisenbahnwesen. Jahrg. 20(1897), 
pp. 1178-1183. Berlin, 1897.) 

Continued yearly to date. 

Rumania* 

Under Turkish Suzerainty. 
1829-1878. 

By the treaty of Adrianople (Sept. 14, 1899) Moldavia and 
Wallachia were restored to Turkey by Russia. From 1829 
to 1858 they existed as separate principalities. In 1858 the 
union of Wallachia with Moldavia was effected. 

Afoldavia. 

1829-1858. 

Separate Principality. 

Constitution, 1829. July 2. R^glement organ- 
ique. French text. (British and Foreign State 
Papers, xxxii; 586.) 

Throne. Speeches from the reigning prince at 
the opening and closing of the legislative assembly; 
text in French. (British and Foreign State Papers.) 

Michel Gregoire Stourdza. 
1837, 'Oec. 38/1838, Jan. 9. opening, v. 25, pp. 957-964. 



Throne, 



Wallachia, 
1829-1858. 
Speeches by the reigning hospodar at 



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Rumania, cont'd, 

the opening and closing of the legislative assembly; 

text in French. (British and Foreign State Papers.) 

Alezandru Ghika. * 
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1840, Dec. ai. opening, v. a^, pp. 1074-1076. 

George Dimitri Bibesco. 
1846, Dec. z/13. opening, v. 36, pp. 1120-1126. 
1848, Jan. 29. opening, v. 37, pp. 593-595. 

AfoUavia and Wallachia. 
1858-1861. 

Throne, Speeches by the reigning hospodar on 
the opening and closing of the legislative assembly; 
French text. (British and Foreign State Papers.) 

Alezandru Couia. 
1859, Dec. 6/18. closing, v. 49, pp. 1328-1335. 
i860. Dec. 4/16. opening, v. 50, pp. 1170-Z172. 

Rumania. 

1861-1878. 

The period of definitive union of Moldavia and Wallachia 
ander the name of Roumania; proclaimed and aclcnowledged 
by the Porte in Dec, z86i. 

Constitution, Constitution du 30 juin(i2 juillet), 
1866. (In: F. R. P. Darestb db la Chavannb. 
Les constitutions modernes. /'ariV, 1883. 8^ v. 2, 
pp. 266-286.) 

Ministerul Afacerilor Straine, 

BORRESCO (B.) M^moire sur la jurisdiction con- 
sulaire en Roumanie. B nearest^ 1869. 62 p. 
ed. 2. 8*. 

La Roumanie apris le trait^ de Paris du 

30 mars 1856. Bucarest, 1869. 16 p. ed. 2. 
8". 

CoNGR^s de Berlin. Actes et discours des pUni- 
potentiaires de Son Altesse le Prince Charles I 
de Roumanie. Bucarest^ 1878. i p.l., 14 p., 
I 1. 8*. 

M£vfoiRB sur les convents roumains places sous 
rinvocation des saint-lieux d*Orient. Bucarest^ 
1863. 166 p., I I. 8°. 

MiTiLBNEU (M.) Jurisdictunea consular^ in 
Romania. Bucuresciy 1868. S4 P- 8^* 

Parliament, 

Under Prince Alexandra Joan I. 

Protoc<3lelb sedinteloru adunariY legislative, 
1861/2-1862/3. n. t.p, v. p. 4*. 
Title changes to: 

Desbatbrilb adunaril legislative a romlinieY, 
1 863/4- 1 864/5. Bucaresci, 1863-1865. 4'. 

1^3/4* i<^73 P* 1864/s. 1072 p. 

Under Prince Carol I. 
DssBATERlLEsenatului, 1S73/4. Bucaresci, 1874. 

654 p. 4*. 
Throne, Speeches by the reigning prince on the 
opening and closing of the legislative assembly; 

French text. (British and Foreign State Papers.) 
Prince Alexandru Joan I. 
i86x, Dec. 3/15. opening, v. 52, pp. 510-51 1. 

Rumania Independent. 
1878-date. 

The proclamation of Rumanian independence of May 21, 
1877, was confirmed by art. 43 of the Congress of Berlin, 
•igned July 13, 1878. 

Biuroul Statisticei Comerciului Exterior, 

CoMERCiUL exterior al Rom^niei, 1 902-1904. 
Bucurescit 1 903-1905. 4*. 



Constitution, 1866. June 30/July 12. French 
text. Const, du . . . 1 866, avec les modifications y 
introduites en 1 879 et 1 884. Bucharest, 1 884. 63 p. 
8*. (British and Foreign Stote Papers, lvii:263; 
Dareste, Les const, mod., ii:266.) 

Directiunea Statistice Generate. 

Serial, 
Anuarul statistic al RominieY [1904, 190S]. 
Bucuresci^ IQ04-1909. 8*. 

Buletinul lunar al miscarei populatu nei in 

orasele Romaniei, anul 7-8; 1899- 1900. n. /., 

1899-T900. 4". 
Anul 7, 1899, no. 4-12; anul 8, 1900, no. 1-12. 

Continued as: 
Buletin lunar de miscarea populatiunei in co- 
munele rurale, 1901-1903. n.p., 1901-1903. f°. 
1901, Feb.-Sept.; 1902, Jan.-May; 1903, Nov.-Dec. 

Miscarea populatiunei in comunele rurale pe 
judete casalorQ, divortieri, n&scuti si morti, 
1900, Jan.-April, July-Dec. ». /., 1900. f*. 

Continued as: 
Buletin lunar de miscarea populatiunei in co- 
munele rurale, 1901-1903. n, t.-p., 1901-1903. 

r. 

1901, Feb.-Sept.; 1902, Jan.-Feb.; 1903, Oct. 

Buletin statistic general, anul i, no. 7-8; anul 
2, no. 1-4; anul 3, no. 1-3. Bucuresci, 1892- 
1895. 4". 

Miscarea populatiunei Romaniei, 1 890-1 893, 
1895, 1903. Bucuresci, 1 892- 1 904. f°. 

Non-serial. 
Crupe.sski (C.) Statistica divorturilor in Ro- 
ro&nia, 1 864-1 893. Bucuresci, 1896. pp. 187- 

235. 4*. 
Extr.: Buletin Statistic General al RomiLniel, anul 3, no. 3. 

RecensXmAntul general al populatiunei Ro- 
m&niel. Rezultate definitive precedate de o 
introdnctiune cu explicatiuni si date compara- 
tive de L. Colescu. Bucuresci^ 1905. 11, iv- 
Ixvi, 461 p., 3 maps, i diagr. f. 

Divisiunea Consular a, 
Cantitati si valori importatesiexportate, 1832- 
1892. ». /., n. d. 44 p. f**. 

CoNSULATUL general din Budapesta. Raport 
general asupra situatiunei agricole, industriale, 
comerciale si financiare a Ungarici, 1886/7. 
Budapesta, 1888. 4". 

Legi. regnlamente si ordonate privitoare la suc- 
cesiuni, tute'le, acte autentice, si la actele de 
stare civila in vigoare in Austria. Ungaria, Bul- 
garia, Grecia, Serbia si Turcia. Bucuresci^ 
1891. vi, 576 p. 4°. 

Ministerul Afacerilor Straine, 

Serial, 

Miscarea portorilor, 1879/89-1896/7. Bucu- 
resci, Galatz, 1890-1898. f**. 

Raporturi comerciale si economice. . .de lega- 
tiunile si consulatele romaniei din strainatate, 
1881/2-1882/3. Bucuresci, 1883-1884. f*. 

Raporturi ale legatiunelor si consulatelor Ro- 
maniei, ser. 4-5. 7-11; 1888-1894. Bucuresci 
[1888-1894]. 4*- 

Non-serial, 

Acts si documente relative la interdictinnea 
importului de rematori in Germania. Bucuresci^ 
1890. 3 P.l.i 155 p. 4°. 



254 



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Rumania, confiL 

Braileanu (Const.) ConFentiunile rom&aiei ca 
statele straine priTitore la comerciii si marci de 
fabrica. . . Bucureici: C, Gobi, 1898. vtii, 
283 p. &•. 

In French, iv, 2S4 p. 8*. 

BunItXtirea navigatianei pe Dun&re 1888-1890 
si pe Prut 1887-1890. Bucuresci^ 1891. xiv, 
219 p. r. 

DjuvARA (T. G). and Gr. Olanescu. Raport 
asupra coogresulai internatiooal de statistica 
din Viena adresat D-lni ministm al afarcerilor 
str&ine. Bucunsci, 1891. 38 p. 8*. 

EsPUNERE de motive privitoare la conventiunea 
de dclimitare dintre regatal Romaniei si im- 
perial Austro-Ungarici. Btuuresci, 1887. 
3»7P. f*. 

Lamovary (Al.) Discoars de M. Al. Lahoyary, 
minbtre des affaires ^traogires. Prononc^ i 
la Chambre des Deputes dans la seance du 29 
novembre, 1892. Bucarest, 1892. 40 p. 12**. 

Lege pentru organisarea flotilei si a servicinlni 
portarilor si regulamentnl pentru aplicarea 
art 5. 

Missir (Petre Th.) Resolutinnile conferintei de 
drept international privat tinut& la Haga in 
1893. Raport. Bucuresii^ 1894. 56 p. 8*. 

Regulahent relativ la politia portarilor si ma- 
lurilor Dunarene ale Romaniei. Btuuresci^ 
1879. 4^* " P* ^'** 

Situation des etrangers en Roumanie. Buca- 
resty 1893. 32 p. 8*. 

Sturdza (D. a.) Discurs rostit la 13 Octombre, 
1895 la Jasi. Bucuresci, 1895. 44 p. 12^. 

MinisUrul Agriculiurei, Indusirui, Comerciului 
si Domenilor, 

J^on-seriaL 
Roumanie (La), 1 866-1906. Bucarest, 1907. 
viti, 494 p., I map» 27 pi., 2 port. 8°. 

Ministerul Cultelor si Instructiunii Publice. 

Serial, 
Anuarul oficial al invSt&meatului primar si 
normal- primar, 1897. Btuuresci, 1897. 4**. 

Anuarul oficial al ministerului instractiunii 
publice si cultelor, 1898/9. Bucuresci, 1899. 

4^ 

Non-serial, 
IoRGA*(N'eculai). Acte si fragmente cu priv^re 
la istoria Romtnilor adunate din depozttele de 
manuscrise ale apusului. Bucuresci, 1895. v, 
I 1., 9-400, Ixi p., I I., 2 pi. 8*. 

Ministerul de Finance. 

Serial, 
Rapport present^ iL M. le ministre des finances 
sur le recensement fiscal de I'annee 1905. Buca- 
rest, 1906. 4*. 

Situatiunea tezaurului public [monthly]. Bucu- 
resci, I 897-1909. 8*. 

18)6, noembrie. 

1909, februarie-augast. 

Non-serial, 
Tarif general des droits de douane de Roumanie 
etabli par la loi du 16/28 mars, 1896, et modi- 
tie conform^ment k la loi 22 mars/3 avril, i^^Si 



en vigaeor a partir du 1/13 juillet, 1885, 
Bucarest, 1885. 70 p. 8*. 

Afimsterul Indusiriei si Comertulm. 

Enqu^te sur les artisans et Tapplication de la 
loi pour I'organisation de metiers; pt. i. Buca- 
rest, 1909. 4*'. 

MinisUrul de Justitie, 

Statistica jndiciarl din Romania, 1888-1891. 
Bucuresci, 1894-1896. f*. 

Ministerul Lucrdrilor Publice, 

ExPUNSRBA situatiunei. 2 t. in 5. Bucuresci^ 

1899-1900. f". 
▼. I. Ciu nationale. zzi, 439 p., diag., map, table. 
▼. 3. Soaek judetene victnaie si comanale. 

pC. I. Argea-oovurlttl. z, 44 p., 7 maps. 

pC. a. Dimbovita-olt. 444 p., la maps. 

pt. 3. Prahova-vlasca. 363 p., 13 maps, tables. 

Parliament, 

MoNiTORUL oficial al Romaniei desbaterile cor-» 

purilor legiuitoare. 4"*. 
seas. 1883/4. no. x--i68. May 13/35 1883- Je. 13/34, 1884. 
a66o p. 
sess. 1884/5. no. z-90. Nov. 18, 1884- April 7, 1885. 1734 p. 

Title changes to: 
Desbaterile senatului, and Desbaterile adunarei 
deputatilor, resp. 

sess. 1885/6. sen. no. 1-95. zo8i p. dep. no. i>ix5. 1934 p. 
sess. 1886, '7. sen. no. 1-64. 64a p. dep. 00. z-88. 1391 p. 
sess. 1887 '8. sen. no. 1-17. incompl. dep. no. z-38. 405 p. 
sess. 1888^9. sen. no. 1-61. 831 p. dep. no. >-zoo. 1811 p. 
sess. 1889/90. sen. no. z-98. 1017 p. dep. no. z-104. aoa3 p. 
1. 1890/1. sen. no. 1-65. 620 p. dep. no. 1-91. 1390 p. 
I. 1891/a. sen. no. z-47. 5x6 p. dep. no. 1-56. 916 p. 
\. 1892/3. sen. no. 1-77. Z177 p. dep. no. x-91. 1604 p. 
sess. 1893,^4. sen. no. 1-54. 8ai, vi p. dep. no. x-69. 1^3, 

▼iip. 
1 894/5* sci^* DO. 1-74. X478,viiip. dep. no. x-69. 878, 

viiip. 
I. X895/6. sen. no. 1-62. 754, y\ p. dep. no. 1-66. 1063 , 

vr p. 

I. X 896/7. sen. no. z-64. 63a, vi p. dep. no. x-56. 954 p. 

1897/8. sen. no. x-71. 920, z p. dep. no. z-67. 1^x5, 

▼I p. 
1898/9. sen. no. x-53. 739, viii p. dep. no. z-57. laaa, 

iv p. 
s. 1899. sen. no. x-xo. 86, ii p. dep. lack. 
_. j. 1899/00. sen. i34K,ixp. dep. 1670, viii p. 

sess. X900. ord. sen. no. 1-39; dep. no. x-30. 
sess. X9cx>. extra, sen. no. x-5; dep. no. x-8. 
sess. X901. ord. sen. no. z-5; dep. no. x-4. 
sess. X901. extra, sen. no. x-4; dep. no. x-4. 
sess. 1901/a. sen. no. x-47, 49; dep. no. z-6, 8, zo-48. 
sess. 1903,^4. sen. do. x-40; dep. no. 1-53. 
sess. 1904^5. sen. no. 4-6, 8-58; dep. oo. x-59. 
I. 190^^6. sen. no. x-56; dep. no. 1-64. 
I. eztr. X906. June, sen. no. x-4: dep. lack. 
Oct., sen. lack; dep. no. x-6. 
1. X906/7. sen. no. X-4S, 57-61; dep. no. 1-47. 
sess. eztr. 1907. sen. no. x-4; dep. no. x-5. 
sess. 1907/8. sen. no. x-56; dep. no. x-36, 38-53. 

MoNiTURUL oficial, 1895-1909. Bucuresci, 1895- 

1909. r. 

Statutes, 

ExTraits de la legislation de la Roumanie. 
Code civil, livre i, 3. Code de procedure civil, 
livre 5, 6. Bucarest, 1889. i p.l., zii, 211 p. 

8^ 

Lege asupra inv^t&meatuluY professional. Bucu- 
resci, 1899. 60 p. 8*. 

Lege asupra m&rcilor de fabric^ si de comerciu 

(decretat& la 14 Aprile, 1879). Bucuresci, 1886. 

33 p. 8°. 
Lege pentru organisarea flotilei si a serviciului 

porturilor si rcgulamentul pentru aplicarea art. 

5 din acest& lege. Bucuresei, 1888. 27 p. 8*. 



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Rumania, confd. 

Lege pentru organisarea invetamintalai profe- 
sional. Bucuresd, 1894. 66 p. 8°. 

Loi sar la police sanitaire v^t^rinaire du 27 mal, 
1882. Bucarest, 1882. 51 p. 8*. 

Lois et r^glements sanitaires-v^t^rinaires de la 
Roumanie, 28 fevrier, 1874-10 septembre, 
1886. Bucarest, 1887. 102. ii p. 8°. 

Projbts de lois elabor^s par le gouvernement 
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Biissift. — Ministerstvo Inostrannykh Dyel, 
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•• Tribuna " si Tribunistii. Bucuresci: C, 

Gobi, 1896. 96 p. 12°. 

Soeietatea geografic& romin&. Marele dlc- 
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La Roumanie moderne comme facteur de 

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61 p., I 1., I port. 8". 

La terre et la race roumaines depuis leurs 

origines jusqu'^ nos jours. . . Paris: J. Rothschild, 
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2 V. sq. 4^. 



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Rumania, confd, 

— — Dcce Maiti. Cuvtatare dc D. A. Sturdza. 
•{Academia Rom^n^. Analele AcademieY rom^ne. 
Memoriile sectiunii istoricc. Bucuresciy 1900. 4^. 
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Discurs rosdt la 13 Octombre, 1895 la Jasi 

de D-1 D. A. Sturdza ministru presedinte. Bu- 

(uresci: Vointa Nationald.i^qS- 44 ?• 12*. (Ru 
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Programul partidului national-liberal din 

1892 si Discarsurile Presedintelui Consiliului de 
Ministri D. A. Sturdza din 1895. Bucuresci: In- 
stitutul de Arte Grafice Carol Gobi, 1896. 157 p., 
I 1. 8^ 

Rede des rumUnischen Minister-Pr&sidenten 

D. Sturdza. . . Oktobcr 1895, Bukarest: C, Gobi, 
^896. 33 p. 8*. 

See also Aete si documente relative la istoria 

renascerei Romaniei; and 

DocTimeiite privitore la istoria Rominilor. 
Suplement i, v. 4 et seq. 

Stnrdsa (Dimitrie C), joint compiler. See 
Aete si documente relative la istoria renascerei 
Romaniei; and 

Doeamente privit6re la istoria Rominilor. 
Suplement i, v. 4. 

Sueeession (La) au trdne de Roumanie. 
Bucarest: C, Gobi, 1886. i p.l., 56 p. 16°. 

Salser (Fr. J.) Geschichte des transalpinischen 
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vue juridique et social. Reponse k la Revue Poli- 
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Romania sub raportul moral. (Academia 

Romln&. Analele AcademieY romine. Memoriile 
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Manual de istoria Romdnilor pentru clasa 

iv gimnaziald. si scoalele secundare de fete. Bu- 
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Monumentele epigrafice si sculpturali ale 

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See also Doeiimeiite privitore la istoria 

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Tornlelll Brusati de Vergano (G.) Raport 
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Toroeeami (Virgile). L'industrie du petrole 
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Din Domnia lul Alexandra Calimach. 

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Edilitatea sub domnia lul Caragea. (Acade- 
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Un nou document de la Constantin Can- 

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Rumania, confd. 

V* (J. de). Les p^troles de Roamanie. (Re7. 
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Vacarescn .(Elena). Lifein Roumania. (Con- 
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Vaillant (J. A). La Roumanie, ou, Histoire, 
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Roumania and the Je?rs. Bucarest: I. V, 

SocecH, 1904. vii, 84 p. 8*. 

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Walker (Mary Adelaide). Untrodden paths 
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Bulgarische Siedelungen in Rumftnien. 

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Rum&nen und Aromunen in Bosnien. 3 pi. 

(Inst. f. rumliaische Sprache. Jahresb. Leipzig, 
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Die Rumilnen in Serbien. (Globus, v. 77, 

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Wellhauseii (J.) Die K&mpfe der Araber 
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Molda; oder, Beitrige zur Geschichte der 

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Bd. 9j Theil z-a. Die deutschen Siedelungen in der Buko- 
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Bd. 1, Bdch. I, Theil 2. Geschichte der Kldster Woronetz u. 
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Bd. 4, Theil x-a. Geschichte der Bistums Radauz n. des 
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Xenopol (Alexandru D.) Cong^sul pentru 
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Congresul sociologic din Londra si organi 

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Une enigme historique: les Roumains au 

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Histoire des Roumains de la Dacie Trajane 

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l-J 



Rumania, eonfd. 

La crise immobili^re k Bucarest. (Mouve- 

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La dette publique de la Roumanie. (Mouve- 

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Les relations commerciales franco-roa- 

maines. (Moavement econ. Btuarest^ 1909. 8**. 
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Les relations economiques entrc TAutriche- 

Hongrie et la Roumanie. (Mouvement economique. 
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La richesse de la Roumanie. (Mouvement 

^conom. ▼. 5, pp. 321-338. Bucarest, 1907.) 

Les troubles agraires en Roumanie. (Mouve- 
ment Economique. v. 5, pp. 257-263. Bucateit, 
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Die wirtschaftliche Entwickludg RumSln- 

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Zallones (Mark Philip). Traite sur les princes 
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Zin^eler (Karl Theodor). Die Hohenzollern 
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St. Markowitseh (Bogdan). Literatur. (In 
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Zur pflanzengeographischen Karte von Ser- 

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DaTelnjr (ildouard). La Serbie. Notes his- 
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Deplorable (I^e) ^v^nement. . .devant Roast- 
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Dillon (Paal). Seryia and its peasant proprie- 
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Dombroweki (Ernst von). Grundtagen einer 
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Durham (Mary Edith). The story of Kara- 
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E, Arnold, 1904. xi, 346 p., i map, 16 pi. 8°. 

Eillmek-Walssolm (Hugo von). Der bul- 
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Geor£feTiteh(VIadan). Das Ende der Obre- 
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^— Die serbische Frage, Stuttgart : Deutsche 
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Gerard (Frances). A king's romance : the 
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New York: Dodd, Mead ^ Co. 

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GopeeTic (Spiridion). Bulgarien und Ostru- 
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1893 26 pp. no. 1480. 1900/1 II pp. no. 3757. 

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Seritia, confd. 

Huns^erbiihler (H.) Die schweizerische Mili- 
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Servia, confd, 

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Recueil des lois, trait^s et conventions relatifs 
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Ministarstvo Inostrannyk Dyel, 

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Ministarstvo Narodne Privrede, 

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Turkey, cont'd, 

Faidallah, Sheikh Murild. Kalkan Dalinii 

Ismail Agha Mosques. [Catalogue of the libraries.] 
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Haji Sallm Agha Mosque (Scutari). [Cata- 
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4^ 



- Hakim Oghlu 'AH Pasha Mosque. [Cata- 
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Halit Efendi Mosque. [Catalogue of the 
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Hamidieh Turke Library. [Catalogue of 

the library.] Constantinople, 1883. 152 p., i 1. 

Hosrev Pasha Mosque. [Catalogue of its 

library.] Constantinople, 1839 (?). 78 p., i 1. 4°. 

Kara Mustafa, Hakim Oghlu and Kuyuji 

Murad Pasha Mosques; Musallah Medressah. 
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62 p. 4*. 

— — Killj *Ali Pasha Mosque. [Catalogue of its 
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KOprUla Muhammad Pasha Library. [Cata- 
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r. 

Lalehli Jami* Mosque. [Catalogue of the 

books in its library.] Constantinople, 1893. 382 p. 



Mahmtld Pasha Madrasah and Rustem 

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> Mihrshah Sultan Library. [Catalogue of 

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Muhammad Fatih Jami Mosque. [Cata- 
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381. 59 p. 4^ 

Ntlri 'Uthmaniyyah Mosque. [Catalogue 

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I 1. 4°. 

Raghib Pasha Mosque. [Catalogue of the 

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4'. 
Ser^ili Medreseh Mosque. [Catalogue of 

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Sultan Bajazid Mosque. [Catalogue of the 

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Tchelebi 'Abdallah Efendi Mosque. [Cata- 
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Tshelebi Zadeh Library. [Catalogue of 

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4'. 



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Yahya Efendi Mosque. [Catalogue of the 

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Yeni Jami Mosque. [Catalogue of the 

library.] Constantinople, 1882. 104 p. 4**. 



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Jamal al-Dln. [A short bibliography of writers 
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SchopolT (A.) Bibliographie. (In his: Les 
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Weir (Thomas H.) The Persian and Turkish 
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Al-Mibchriq, Reme catholique orientale bi- 
mensuelle. annees 1-4 (i 898-1901), Beyrouth^ 
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Ceased publicatioa with v. 4. 

Orient (L'). Journal de defense des interets de 
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Abesei (Elias). £tat actuel de T Empire Otto, 
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Abtt-l-FaraJ (Gregorius),rj///<irBAR HEBRi«us. 
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ad tempora authoris, res Orientalium accuratissime 
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cudebat H, Hall, impensis R. Davis, 1663. 565, 
(81)368, (2) 66, (10) p. 4'. 

Adair {Sir R.) The negotiations for the Peace 
of the Dardanelles, 1808-9, with dispatches and of- 
ficial documents; being a sequel to the Memoir of 
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Adelphns (Joannes), pseud. Die TOrckisch 

Chronica won irem vrsprung anefang vnd regi- 

ment/biszvff dise zeyt/sampt irem kriegen vnd 

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ztl lesen. Strassburg: fohanne Knobloch, 15 16. 

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