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UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA 
LIBRARY BULLETIN NO. 12 

SECOND EDITION 



CLASSIFICATION OF BOOKS 



IN THE 



LIBRARY 



SECOND, PARTIALLY ENLARGED, EDITION 



PUBLISHED BY THE 

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA 

BERKELEY 

1915 



UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA 
LIBRARY BULLETIN NO. 12 

SECOND EDITION 



CLASSIFICATION OF BOOKS 

IN THE 

LIBRARY 

SECOND, PARTJALLY ENLARGED, EDITION 



UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA PRESS 
BERKELEY 

1915 



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PREFACE 



The note to the first edition of this Classification, published 
in 1894, stated that "this classification of hooks, practically 
applied to a university collection of 60,000 volumes, in its 
collocation of subjects is believed to more nearly conform to 
courses of instruction at present pursued in the University than 
do other schemes now in print. Whenever required by large 
increase of the lil)rary, a more minute differentiation of topics 
may be effected by adding- lower case letters of the alphabet to 
class marks here given. ' ' 

Gradual growth to over 300,000 volumes (April. 1915) has 
necessitated amplification. No changes, no erasures, were re- 
quired on the books, catalogues, or other records; the addition 
of one or more letters proved to be a simple, rapid, cheap process. 
New subjects, like Aeroplanes, Photo-plays, War of 1914— , easily 
found their appropriate places. 

The expansion has been carried down through cla.ss 302, and 
a few other subjects — as Botany. Architecture, Semitic and Ger- 
manic Literatures, have been similarly treated. For these por- 
tions the classification is ample in a general library of this size. 

We are printing a very limited edition of the classification 
as it now stands for our own convenience, and therefore need not 
apologize for not expanding it as a whole. 

Just a word as to the notation. This classification demonstrates 
the feasibility of short class marks on a 999 base. ^Inemonic 
marks were not originally attempted, but with expansion certain 
marks have become distinctive ; thus, 252 is the basic number for 
all sub-classes under Peru. It may be safely claimed that fewer 
errors occur with class marks composed of two or three digits 
and a letter (provided the letter is plainly written), than with 
those of four or more digits. Experience Avith telephone four- 
figure numbers corroborates this. 

Finally, this classification is not copyrighted. Any one is at 
liberty to change or transform it to satisfy special needs or local 
conditions. 

J. C. ROWELL. 



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A Bibliography in general [Bibliomania 900 

Note: Bibliographies of special subjects, countries, 

etc., are arranged under such subjects, adding lower 

case a to class mark. Personal bibliography goes 

with the biography of the person, wherever classed. 

Aa Bibliography of Bibliography [Condemned books 

Ac Periodicals, Societies 

Ai Bibliography of Incunabula 

An Anonyms, Initials, Pseudonyms 

As Catalogs of Selected, or "best," books [Children's books 

Al Indexes 

A5 Bibliography of Periodicals and Newspapers rJomnalism 914 

A8 National Trade Bibliography, Catalogs of Publishers and 
Second-hand Dealers 

A8d American, Canadian 

A8e English, Irish, Scotch 

ASf Australian 

ASg Dutch 

ASh French, Belgian 

ASk German, Austrian, Swiss 

A81 Greek and Latin [See also 742a, 759a 

A8m Italian 

ASn Oriental, Semitic 

ASp Chinese, Japanese 

ASr Russian, Slavic 

A8s Scandinavian 

A8t Spanish, Spanish-American 

A8x Private Presses 

A8z Miscellaneous, Unclassified 

A9 Private Libraries, Catalogs [Library plans A25 

Note: Arrange by names of collector or owner. 

AlO Public, Society, Libraries, Catalogs, History and Pub- 
lications 

Note: Arrange generally under place. Exceptions: 
American and English Institutions (e.g., Amer. hist, 
soc, British Museum), state and college libraries go 
under best known name. 

All Boston Public Library 

A12 British Museum Library 

A12m Manuscript Department 

A13 College and University Libraries 

A14 New York State Library 

A14k Law Division 

A14m Manuscript Division 

A15 Paris. Bibliotheque Nationale 

A15m Manuscripts Division 

A16 San Francisco Public Library 

A17 California State Library 



A18 Library of Congress 



AIS 



A20 

A21 

A22 

A23 

A23n 

A25 

A25s 

A26 

A261 

A26t 

A27 

A28 

A28i 

A28n 

A29 

A30 

A30e 

A32 

A32t 

A33 

A33x 

A34 

A34g 

A34I 

A34s 

A34x 

A36 

A3 6m 

A37 



A38 

A39 

A39d 

A39e 

A39k 

A39t 



Library of Congress 
AlSa Bibliography 
Classification 
Catalog 
Law 
Manuscripts 



AlSp 
A18s 
A18t 
AlSx 
AlSz 



Copyright 

Maps 

Documents 

Music 

Prints 



History, Handbooks, General works 



AlSd 
A18f 
A18k 
AlSm 
Library Economy, 
on Libraries 
Library Schools 
Library Associations, Clubs 
Legislation, Founding, Endowment 
National and State Commissions 
Buildings, Architecture 
Supplies, Equipment, Appliances 
Administration, Service 
Loans, Circulation, Use 
Traveling Libraries 
Classification 
Cataloging 
Indexing 
Filing Systems 
Lives of Librarians, Bibliophiles, Collectors 
Book Arts 
Enemies of Books [Alphabet 682t 

Penmanship, Writing, Forgeries [Lettering 646 

Autographs, Facsimiles of same [Graphology i5v 

Shorthand 

Cryptography, Cipher Writing [Pasigraphy 684 

Palaeography, Diplomatics, Abbreviations [Manuscripts M 

Books about manuscripts, and examples for students [inscriptions under 

each language 



Greek, Greek and Latin 

Latin (alone) 

Semitic 

Illumination, Miniature 
Printing. History in general 

Collections of printers' marks 

History of Printing by countries 
A37d Austria A371 

A37e France A37m 

A37f Germany A37n 

A37g Great Britain A37r 

A37h Greece A37s 

A37i Italy A37t 

A37i Netherlands, Belgium A37v 
A37k Russia A37w 

Lives of Printers 
Art of Printing; Practical work 

Type, Type Catalogs 

Machinery; Press work 

Special kinds of Printing: Color, Nature, etc. 

Typewriters; Duplicating Processes 



[Epigraphy 745, 763 



[Papyri 749 



Scandinavia 

Spain, Portugal 

Switzerland 

United States, Canada 

Spanish America, Mexico 

Africa 

Asia 

Australia, Oceanica 



[Type founding 575f 
[Paper 580p 
[Inks 539 
[Proof reading 893p 



7 7 Ancient Philosophers 

A40 Book Illustration [Eneraving 664 

A43 Book Binding [Leathers 5801 

A43d Lives of Bookbinders (Cloths 585-588 

A43m Machinery; Tools 

A45 Publishing and Sale of Books [Authorship 897 

A46 Lives of Publishers and Booksellers 

A47 Censorship, Liberty of the Press, Condemned and Pro- 
hibited Books 

A47a Bibliography of Prohibited Books; Index expurgatorius 

A48 Copyright 

A48i International Copyright 

A50 Book Rarities, Curiosa. Printed on vellum, silk, wood- 
shavings, etc. (Mainly references to books classi- 
fied elsewhere) 

A52 Extra-illustrated Books. (References only) 

A54 Block Books 

A55 Incunabula. (References only) 

A56 Book Bindings: Remarkable. (References only) 

A60 Book Plates. (Books about Book Plates) 

B Encyclopedias; Dictionaries of General Knowledge 

Note: Encyclopedias of special subjects are ar- 
ranged under such subjects, adding lower case b to 
class mark. 

C Periodicals: General, Literary, Unclassified 

Note: Periodicals, including society publications, on 
special subjects are arranged under such subjects, 
adding lower case c to class mark. 

CN Newspapers [California news- 

.r. . . .\. . papers 231c 

M Original Manuscripts and Facsimiles 

Note: Classed in same way as printed books. Pre- 
fix capital letter M to class number. 

1 Philosophy: Study, Theories, Utility 
la Bibliography 

lb Dictionaries 

Ic Periodicals 

2 Logic: Methods of Reasoning. Theory of Knowledge 
2d History of Logic 

2e Assent, Faith, Doubt, Certitude 

2f Fallacies 

2h Hypothesis 

2i Induction, Analogy, Cause and Effect 

2k Deduction 

21 Mathematical, Symbolic, Logic [Probabilities 346 

2s Syllogism 

3 History of Philosophy in general 

4 History of Ancient Philosophy: Greek, Roman, Neo- 

Platonic, Jewish-Alexandrian 

5 History of Medieval Philosophy: Scholastic, Arabian 

6 History of Modern Philosophy 

7 Ancient Philosophers: Texts, Criticism [Plutarchus 75iu 



7p Plato. Whole Works 



7plm Menexenus 
7pm Meiio 
7pmi Minos 
7pn Parmenides 

Phaedo 

Phaedrus 

Philebus 

Protagoras 

Respublica, Politia 

Sophistes 

Symposium 

Theagtetus 

Timaeus 

Supposititious works 



7pp 
7pq 
7pr 

7ps 
7pt 
7pu 
7pv 
7pw 
7px 
7py 



7p Plato. Whole Works 

7pd Selections, Fragments 

7pdp Paraphrases 

7pe Alcibiades 

7pf Apologia 

7pfh Charraides 

7pfr Cratylus 

7pg Crito 

7pge Euthydemus 

7ph Euthyphro 

7pi Gorgias 

7pih Hippias 

7pi Ion 

7pk Laches 

7pl Leges 

7pli Lysis 
7pz Plato. Criticism 
7r Aristoteles. Whole Works 

7rd Selections, Fragments 

7rdp Paraphrases 

7re Analytica 

7rf De anima 

7rg Atheniensium politia 

7rgg Categoriae 

7rgl De coelo 

7rgr De coloribus 

7rgs Epistolae 

7rh Ethica 

7rhe Ethica Eudemia 

7rhg De generatione 

7ri Historia animalium 

7rit De interpretatione 

7rj Metaphysica 

7rjm Meteoro'.ogica 
7rz Aristoteles. Criticism 

8 Medieval, Scholastic, Philosophers: Texts, Criticism 
8t Thomas Aquinas 

9 Modern Philosophers: Texts, Criticism 

9d Bacon, Francis 

9dk Berkeley, George 

9e Comte, Auguste 

9f Descartes 

9g • Fichte 

9gh Hamilton, Wm. 1788-1856 

9h Hegel 

9i Hume 
10 Psychology, Mental Science 
10a Bibliography 

10b Dictionaries 

10c Periodicals 

lOd History of Psychology 

lOe Brain. Nervous System, Function 

lOf Physiological Psychology 

lOfs Sexual Psychology and Ethics 

lOg Psychophysics. Weber's law, etc. 

lOh Sensation, Sense Organs, Empfindung 

10 i Vision Psychology 

lOin Color Sense 



[Seneca 768 w 
rEmpedocles 7 5 Hem 
[Lucretius 768] 
[Philostratus 751sz 



7rk Moralia 

7rkm De mundo 

7rl Oeconomica 

7rm Organon 

7rn De partibus animalium 

7rnp Physica 

7rns Physiognomica 

7rp Poetica 

7rq Politica 

7rr Rhetorica 

7rrh Scholion in Hermian 

7rrs De somno 

7rs Sophistic! elenchi 

Topica 

De virtutlbus 

Supposititious works 



7rt 
7rv 
7ry 



91 


Jacobi, F 


. H. 




9k 


Kant 






91 


Leibniz 






9m 


Locke, John 




9p 


Schelling 






9r 


Schopenhauer 




9rs 


Spencer, 


Herbert 


9s 


Spinoza 




[Soul47q 

[Psvchology of 
religion 16p 


Localization 




[Brain di.sease.s 493 








[Illusions llg 



[Sex hygiene 484n 



[Phvsiologieal 
optics 381 



15y Physiognomy 



lOj Hearing Psychology 

10k Other Senses: Taste, Smell, Touch, Static, Organic, 

Pain, Pleasure 

101 Consciousness, Bewusstsein 

10m Attention, Apperception, Selection 

lOn Association, Habit, Adaptation 

lOnf Fatigue, Work 

lOp Perception, Cognition, Erkenntnis 

lOps Space Perception 

lOpt Time Perception 

lOq Memory, Imagination 

lOr Reason, Judgment, Belief, Urteil 

lOs Reflection, Self-consciousness, Ego, Personality 

lOt Emotions, Passions 

lOtl Love and Hate 

lOu Conation, Volition, Will, Movement, Inhibition 

lOv Instinct, Impulse, Automatism, Imitation 

lOw Influence of Mind on Body 

lOx Comparative, Social, Psychology 

lOy Evolution of Mind 

lOz Psychology of Lower Animals 

Intelligence, Instinct, Habits, Ecology, Language 

11 Abnormal Psychology, Psychical Research, Obscure Phe- 

nomena in general 

lid Dreams, Sleep, Somnambulism 

llg Illusions, Apparitions, Hallucination 

11m Mesmerism, Hypnotism, Suggestion, Animal Magnetism 

lip Psychotherapeutics 

lit Telepathy, Thought Transference, Mind-reading 

12 Spiritualism 

13 Occult Philosophy or Sciences; Magic, Superuaturalism, 

Superstitions 

13f Fortune- telling. Divination, Palmistry, Omens 

13r Rosicrucians 

13w Witchcraft 

13wn Witchcraft in New England 

14 Ethics, Moral Science 
14k History of Ethics 
14m Conscience 

14p Hedonism, Happiness 

14r Truth, Pragmatism 

14s Social Ethics, Friendship, Suicide 

14u Utilitarianism 

14v Virtues, Vices 

15 Ethnology, Character, Genius 
15n National Character 

15p Phrenology 

15v Graphology. (Character determined by handwriting) 

15y Physiognomy 



f Kye and Ear 
diseases 494 

f Aesthetic taste 632 



[Attention in 

schoolroom 305e 
[Habits 305q 



f Mnemonics 305ph 
[Reasoning 2 
[ Personal equa- 
tion 346 
[Sublime 632 

[Will freedom 47p 



[National character 
15n 

[Child study 305p 



[Faith cure 490 
[Christian Science 44s 



[Angels 47v 
[Fairies 19d 
[Astrology 358s 
[Alchemy 525n 



[Moral education 
305q 



[Crime 304 
[Intemperance 310 
[Sexual ethics lOfs 



16 Religion 10 

16 Religion. Theories, Philosophy, History in general [Religious education 

305r 

16g Belief, Faith, Agnosticism rchureh architecture 

16p Psychology of Religion ^^^ 

17 Natural Theology [Furniture 606t 

17d God: Existence, Attributes, Atheism, Theism, ^g^g ^jg^ ^^j^ 

Pantheism 
17k Creation, Cosmology, Design, Final Cause [ggg ^^^^ 359 

17m Miracles 
17r Revelation 

18 Religion and Science: Bearings, evidences of scientific [Evolution 460 

research upon religious belief 

19 Non-Christian Religions: general, unclassified [Angels 47v 
19d Mythology, Demonology: general, comparative [Fairy tales 990 
19e Religious Symbolism, Fetichism, Totemism; Tree, [Symbolism in art 

Phallic, Nature Worship, etc. ^^'^~ 

19g Greek-Roman Mythology, Religion 

19h Greek-Roman Religious Rites, Festivals, Worship 

19he Eleusinian Mysteries 

19s Teutonic, Scandinavian, Mythology [Norse sagas 841 

19u Other European Mythologies, Religions: Celtic, Slavic, 

Druids, etc. 
19vsr American Aboriginal Religions 

20 Oriental, Asiatic, Mythology and Religions 

20d Vedism, Brahmauism, Brahmo-Somaj, Hinduism, Manu 

Note: Texts of Oriental sacred books under Litera- 
ture 727- 
20e Buddhism 

20g Chinese: Confucianism, Taoism 

20i Persian: Zoroaster, Parsi, Mithraic Worship, Avesta 

20s Japanese: Shintoism 

20t TheOSOphy, Esoteric Buddhism. [Reincarnation 47q 

20w Egyptian 

20x Semitic in general 

21 Judaism [Talmud 700g 

Note: Works in Hebrew go in 700. 

21q Apologetics; Relations to Paganism, Christianity 

21r Theology, Doctrines, Ethics 

21t Laws, Polity ^^egal codes 700p 

21 V Worship, Ritual 

21w Sermons 

21x History of Judaism 

21z Sects: Essenes, Samaritans, Reformed Judaism, etc. [Zionism 75m 

22 Mohammedanism, Islam 

22d Mohammed [Mecca 73d 

22k The Koran 

22m Works on the Koran 

22s Sects; Bab; Bahaism; Dervishes, etc. 

23 Mormonism 

23e Book of Mormon 

23k Doctrines, Ritual 



[Vedas 730 



11 



2^:11 New Testament. Texts 



23r 


Reorganized Mormon Church 






23z 


Mormon 


1 Biography 






24 


Bible. Texts arranged by (1) 


Language 


and (2) Date. [Bible in sch 




Language Key to Bible. 


Letters t 


follow class ^°5'* 




mark in 24e, 24 f, 24g, 24n; 


to be sub 


script to class 




mark in 24h, 24i, 24p. 








a Hebrew, Aramaic 


n Russian 




b Other Semitic 


Other Slavic 




c Danish 


p Spanish 




d Dutch 


q Swedish 




e English 


r Ni 


on-Aryan, African, Basque, 




f French 




Coptic, Ethiopic 




g German 


s Ural-Altaic, S. Asiatic 




h Germanic minor 


t Chinese 




ha Anglo-Saxon 


tj Japanese 






[Gothic 839 


u Malay- Polj'nesian, Hawaiian 




i Greek 


V N( 


orth American Indian 




j Italian 


w O 


entral and South American 




k Latin 


x Iranic, Armenian, Persian 




1 Portuguese 


y Aryan modern 




m Romanic minor 


■ z Celtic, Gaelic, Welsh 


24d 


Whole Bibles in polyglot (more than two languages) 


24e 


Whole Bibles in single languages 




24 f 


Selections (arranged mider name of compiler) 


24g 


Old Tet 


;tament. Texts 








24ha 


Amos 


24hv 


Judges 




24hb 


Chronicles 


24hx 


Kings 




24hc 


Daniel 


24ia 


Lamentations 




24hd 


Deuteronomy 


24ib 


Leviticus 




24he 


Ecclesiastes 


24ic 


Malachi 




24hf 


Ezra 


24id 


Micah 




24hg 


Esther 


24ie 


Nahum 




24hh 


Exodus 


24if 


Nehemiah 




24hi 


Ezekiel 


24ig 


Numbers 




24hj 


Genesis 


24ih 


Obadiah 




24hk 


Habakkuk 


24ik 


Pentateuch, Heptateuch 




24hl 


Haggai 


24il 


Poetical books (col- 




24hm 


Historical books 




lected) 






(collected) 


24im 


Prophets (collected) 




24hn 


Hosea 


24in 


Proverbs 




24hp 


Isaiah 


24ip 


Psalms [Hymns 51h 




24hq 


Jeremiah 


24iq 


Ruth 




24hr 


Job 


24ir 


Samuel 




24hs 


Joel 


24is 


Song of Solomon 




24ht 


Jonah 


24ix 


Zechariah 




24hu 


Joshua 


24iz 


Zephaniah 


24n 


New Testament. Texts 








24pa 


Acts 


24pl 


Jude 




24pb 


Colossians 


24pm 


Luke 




24pc 


Corinthians 


24pn 


Mark 




24pd 


Ephesians 


24pp 


Matthew 




24pe 


Epistles (collected) 


24pq 


Peter 




24pf 


Galatians 


24pr 


Philemon 




24pg 


Gospels (more than 


24ps 


Philippians 






two) 


24pt 


Revelation 




24ph 


Hebrews 


24pv 


Romans 




24pi 


James 


24pw 


Thessalonians 




24pj 


John (Gospel) 


24px 


Timothy 




24pk 


John (Epistles) 


24pz 


Titus 



24x Apocrypha: Old Testament 



12 



24x11 



24y 

24ys 

24z 

25 

25a 

25b 

25bb 

25c 

25e 

25g 

251 

25k 

2511 

25p 
25r 



24xc 
24xd 
24xe 

24xf 



24xq 



Jubilees (Little Genesis) 

Judith 

Maccabees 

Testaments of Patriarchs 

Psahiis of Solomon 

Tobit 

Wisdom of Solomon 



24xqm Marcion 

24xr Nicodemus 

24xt Pastor of Hermas 

24xv Protevangelium (James) 

24xz Thomas 



24x Apocrypha: Old Testament 

24xa Adam and Eve 24xg 

24xas Assumption of Moses 24xh 
24xb Baruch 24xi 

Ecclesiasticus 24xip 

Enoch 24xi 

Esdras 24xk 

Esther (additions) 24xm 

Apocrypha: New Testament 
24xp Barnabas (not the 
Gospel) 
Infancy of Mary 
and Jesus (Pseudo- 
Matthew) 
Uncanonical books of later discovery 

Sayings of Jesus 
Harmonies 
Works on the Bible, general, unclassified 
Bibliography 
Dictionaries, Concordances 

Greek Dictionaries to New Testament 
Periodicals 

History of the Bible and of the Canon 
Chronology, Antiquities 
Geography, Natural History 
Inspiration, Authenticity 
Interpretation, Commentaries, Textual Criticism 

Note: Criticism of parts and single books go below 
Works on the Old Testament 
On the Historical books 

25ra Chronicles 25rk 

25rb Deuteronomy 25rl 

25rc Ezra 25rm 

25rd Esther 25rn 

25re Exodus, Decalogue 25rp 

25rg Genesis 25rr 

25rh Joshua 25rs 

25rj Judges 
25s On the Poetical books 

25se Ecclesiastes 25sp 

25si Job 25ss 

25sn Proverbs 
25t On the Prophetical books 

25ta Amos 25tj 

25tb Daniel 25tk 

25tc Ezekiel 25tin 

25td Habakkuk 25tn 

25te Haggai 25tp 

25tf Hosea 25tq 

25 tg Isaiah 25 tr 

25th Jeremiah 25ts 

25ti Joel 
25v Works on the New Testament 

25xa Acts 25xe 

25xb Colossians 25xf 

25xc Corinthians 25xg 

25xd Ephesians 



[Hebrew diet. 699b 



Kings 

Leviticus 

Nehemiah 

Numbers 

Pentateuch 

Ruth 

Samuel 



Psalms 

Song of Solomon 



[Revelation 25xt 



Jonah 

Lamentations 

Malachi 

Micah 

Nahum 

Obadiah 

Zechariah 

Zephaniah 



Epistles (collected) 
Galatians 

Gospels (more than 
two) 



13 



32i Premonstratensians, White Canons 



Works on the New Testament (continued) 

25xh Hebrews 25xq Peter 

25xi James 25xr Philemon 

25xi John (Gospel) 25xs Phiiippians 

25xk John (Epistles) 25xt Revelation 

25x1 Jude 25xv Romans 

25xm Luke 25xw Thessalonians 

25xn Mark 25xx Timothy 

25xp Matthew 25zx Titus 

25y Works on the Apocrypha 

25z Bible Biography 

26 Christianity 

26d Relation to Judaism, Paganism, etc. 

26e Apologetics, Evidences of Christianity 

26n Anti-Christian Writers 

27 Fathers of the Church. Works, Lives 

28 Modern Divines, Theologians. Collected Works, Lives 

Note: Subdivide by sects, if desired. 

29 Church History 

29d Life of Jesus Christ 

29e Primitive, Apostolic Church 

29ep St. Paul 

29f Post-Apostolic Church to 500 

29g Medieval Church 

29i Modern Church History. 1500- 

291 Collected Religious Biography, Lives of Saints, Acta 

Martyrum 
29r History of Revivals 

30 Christian Sects; general, unclassified 

30d Religious Liberty, Toleration, Union of Sects 

30g Gnosticism 

30i Mani, Manichseism 

30m Mysticism, Works of Mystics 

30q Eastern Church; Coptic, Armenian, Nestorian, Syrian 

30w Greek-Russian Church 

31 Roman Catholic Church. Collected Lives of Popes 
31d Councils 

31e Individual Popes. Works, Lives 

Note: Use special Cutter table. 
31n Papal State 

31p Temporal Power of Papacy 

31u Schismatics: Jansenists, Port Royal, Quietists, 

Albigenses, etc. 
Sly Old Catholics, Infallibility of Popes 

32 Monasticism, Religious orders 

32d Benedictines, Cluniacs, St. Benedict 

32e Carthusians 

32f Franciscans, St. Francis of Assissi 

32g Capuchins 

32h Cistercians, Trappists 

32i Premonstratensians, White Canons 



[Christ 29d 
[Paul 29ep 



[See also 17m, 17r, 
25k 

[Scholastic 

philosophers 8 



[Divinity 47i 



[Heresies 47d 
[Protestant sects 36- 
[ Communion 5 It 

[Kabbala 700v 



[Church and state 
46s 



[Right of asylum 46 
[Celibacy 481 
[Templars 81k 



[Bernard of 
Clairvau.x 27 



32j Monasticism (continued) 14 

32] Jesuits, Loyola 

321 Carmelites, WTiite Friars 

32m Dominicans, Black or Preaching Friars '^^''305''*" Brothers 

32s Sisterhoods; Carmelite, Franciscan, Ursuline nuns; 

Poor Clares, Clarisses 

32v Sisters of Charity, St. Vincent de Paul 

32w Xon-catholic brotherhoods and sisterhoods. 

Deaconesses 

33 Inquisition 

34 Reformation of the 16th Century 
34e England and Scotland 

34ew John Wiclif, Lollards 

34f France and Spain [Huguenots I09t 

34g Germany, Holland 

34ge Erasmus 

34gm Melancthon 

341 Luther 

34p Austria, Bohemia [John Hus 89re 

34s Switzerland, Waldenses 

34sv Calvin 

35 Protestantism in general 

36 Church of England 
36d Dissent 

36n Oxford Movement, Tractarianism, Puseyism 

36s Church of Ireland 

36w Protestant Episcopal Church in the U. S., etc. 

37 Baptist Church 

38 Congregational Church, Puritanism, Independents. 

39 Lutheran Church 

40 Methodist Church, Wesleyan, Methodist Episcopal 

41 Presbyterian Church; Calvinism in general. Church of 

Scotland, Covenenters, Dutch Reformed Church 

42 Swedenborgianism 

42s Swedenborg. Works, Life, Criticism 

43 Unitarian Church 

44 Other Denominations 
44e Adventist 

44f Christian, Campbellite, Disciples 

44g Mennonite 

44h Moravians 

44k Shakers 

441 Salvation Army 

44q Quakers 

44s Christian Science 

44t New Thought, and similar sects 

44u Universalists 

45 Missions, Evangelistic Work [California missions 

231f 

45c Periodicals, Societies (Bible, Tract, Mission) 

45d Lives of Missionaries 

45y Y. M. C. A., Y. W. C. A. 



15 53 Biography: Individual and Family 

45z Church Sociological Work; Church and Parochial Or- 
ganizations, Christian Endeavor, Euworth, etc. 

46 Canon Law. Right of Asylum 

46d Church Polity, Government. Tithes 

46n Episcopacy, Succession of Bishops 

46s Church and State, Disestablishment 

47 Systematic Theology 

47d History of Doctrines, of Heresies 

47e Creeds, Confessions of Faith, Catechisms 

47g God: Unity, Trinity, Socinianism [E.xistenceof God I7d 

47i Christ: Person, Divinity, Incarnation, Immaculate 

Conception [Chrisfs life 29d 

47k Depravity, Evil, Theodicy, Fall of Man 

47m Atonement, Faith and Works 

47p Freedom of Will, Predestination, Fatalism 

47q Soul, Animism, Attributes, Destiny, Immortality [Mind lO 

Re-incarnation, Transmigration 

47s Death, Resurrection, Judgment, Millenium 

47t Future State, Heaven, Hell 

47v Angels, Devils, Satan [Demonologj- I9d 

47w Prayer (Theory, Doctrine of) 

47x Sabbath 

47z Unclassified Doctrines 

48 Homiletics, Preaching, Pastoral Work, Duties, Dignity [Elocution 895 ' 

of the Clergy 

481 Celibacy of the Clergy [Monastlcism 32 . 

49 Sermons 

50 Devotional, Practical religious works 

50e Asceticism, Hermits, Pilgrimages [Crusades 8is 

50g Confession of Sins, Penance 

50p Perfection, Higher Life 

50r Religious Fiction and Anecdote 

51 Worship, Liturgy, Rituals [Ancient l9h. etc. 
51f Holidays, Fasts, Feasts, Lent, Thanksgiving 

51h Hymns [Church music 680 

51hg German 

51hl Latin 

51p Book of Common Prayer 

51r Roman Catholic Service Books 

51re Breviary, Hours or Office of Our Lady 

51rm Missal, Order of the Eucharist 

51rp Pontifical, Confirmation, etc. 

51rr Ritual, Baptism, Matrimony, Unction, etc. 

51s Sacraments [Marriaee 3l4m 

51t Confirmation, Communion, Eucharist 

51w Baptism 

52 Biography: Collected 

52x Portraits: Collected [Genealogrv of 

ro /-. 1 r^ 11 ^ J sovereigns 61g 

52y Genealogy: Collected 

53 Biography: Individual and Family 



53y Genealogy of Single Families 16 

53y Genealogy of Single Families 

Lives of sovereigns with histories of their countries. 
Lives of authors with their complete works. In author 
catalog are inserted green biography cards indicating 
place of individual biographies located elsewhere than 
in 53. 

Actors 909 Librarians A29 

Architects 601z Missionaries 45d 

Artists collected 640 Mormons 23z 

Astronomers collected 358 Painters .654 

Bible characters .... 25z Physicists collected . . 372h 

Bookbinders A43d Popes 31, 31e 

Californians 231z Printers A36, A38 

Educators 305z Publishers A46 

Engravers 662z Religious collected ... 291 

Geographers 54d Scientists collected . . 333 

Inventors 506i Sculptors 659z 

Lawyers, Judges .... 289z Women collected 314d 

54 Geography 

Note: Local geography goes with country and state. 

54b Dictionaries, Gazetteers [Biblical 25i 

54d History of Geography; Lives of Geographers 

54e Ancient and Medieval Geography [Map making 362m 

54f Anthropological Geography [Physical 432 

54h Historical Geography [Study 305ee 

54m Commercial, Economic, Geography 

55 ■ Atlases [Stars 370 

Note: Maps and charts separately kept and cata- 
logued 
55e Classical, Ancient, Atlases 

55h Historical Atlases 

55m Commercial Atlases 

56 Travel in general. Collections of Voyages ^^'"S!?'' voyages 
56k Art of Travel; Camp Life 

56v Shipwrecks, Maritime Disasters 

57 Oceanica, Pacific Ocean, Polynesia 
57d Austral Is., Tubuai 

57dd Cook, Hervey Is. 

57dg Gambler Is. 

57dh Low Archipelago, Tuamotu 

57dk Manihiki Group 

57dm Marquesas 

57dn Phoenix Is. 

57dp Pitcalrn 

57e Samoan, Navigator Is. 

57f Society Is., Tahiti 

57g Tonga, Friendly Is. 

57gi Easter, Galapagos, Juan Fernandez 

57h Hawaiian Is. [Volcanoes 435 

57i Micronesia, Melanesia, Ladrones, Guam 

57ig Bismarck Archipelago 

57ik Carolines 

57in Ellice Is. 



17 61h Heraldry 



57] 


Fiji Is. 




57.ig 


Gilbert Is. 




57ik 


Marshall Is. 




57jm 


Mulgrave Is. 




57in 


New Caledonia 




57k 


New Guinea, Papua 




571 


New Hebrides 




57ni 


Pelew Is. 




57n 


Solomon Is. 




57p 


Philippines 




57q 


Malaysia, Indian Archipelago 


[Malay states 68m 


57s 


Borneo, Sarawak 




57sn 


Celebes 




57t 


Java 




57v 


Moluccas 




57w 


Sumatra 




57wt 


Timor 




57x 


Indian Ocean Is. Andamans, Nicobars 




57y 


Mascarenes, Mauritius, Seychelles 


r Ceylon 71z 


58 


Arctic Regions, N. E. and N. W. Passages, Spitztergen 




5Sg 


Greenland 




581 


Antarctic Regions 


[Nova Zemlia 140e 


59 


Australasia. Australia, Tasmania, New Zealand, New . 
South Wales, Victoria (together) 




59f 


Aborigines, Antiquities (of all seven states) 




59i 
59k 


New South Wales 
Sydney 


[Government. Colonial 
system 277 


59ii 


New Zealand 




59p 


Auckland 




59q 


Wellington 




59r 


South Island. Dunedin 




59t 


Other Islands 




59w 


Queensland 




59x 


Brisbane 




60 


South Australia 




60d 


Adelaide 




60h 


Northern Territory 




60k 


Tasmania (Van Diemen's Land) 




60m 


Hobart Town 




60p 


Victoria 




60r 


Melbourne 




60w 


Western Australia 




60x 


Perth 




61 


HIstorj-: Philosophy, Methods 


[Study 305ef 


61d 


Chronology, Books of Dates 


[Almanacs 332 


61dg 


Greek 




61dr 


Roman 




61f 


Flags, Ensigns, Banners 


[Signalling 626, 630 


61g 


Genealogy of Kings, Rulers, Peerages 




61h 


Heraldry 





61k Titles of Honor 18 

61k Titles of Honor 

61n Numismatics, Sigillography 

(Coins are separately kept and catalogued.) 

61ng Greek, Greek and Roman 

61nr Roman [Coinage 327 

61p Costume 

62 Universal History. [Hist, civilization 301 

62k Battles: collected [Art of war 623 

62m Historical miscellany. Collected essays and works of , ^ ,, 

[ Single battles under 
Historians local history 

62mn Coronation of Kings, etc. 

62p Gypsies 

63 Africa 

63d North West Africa, Barbary States (together) 

Sahara (in general) 

63e Algeria 

63f Morocco, Berbers 

63 fs Senegal 

63 fv Gambia 

63g Tripoli, Fezzan, Barca 

63h Tunis [Carthage 76k 

63i Canary Islands 

63ie Cape Verde Is. 

63im Madeira [Roman Africa 79z 

63is St. Helena, Ascension 

63it Tristan da Cunha 

63k Central Africa, Sudan (in general) 

63kw Wadai 

63m British East Africa, Nyanza Lakes 

63mn Uganda 

63n Congo Free State, Congo River 

63nf French Congo 

63p German East Africa, Zanzibar, Tanganyika Lake 

63q Guinea, Gulf of Guinea Islands 

63qd Dahomey 

63qf French Guinea 

63qg Gold Coast, Ashanti, Kumassi 

63qp Portuguese Guinea 

63r Kamerun (Cameroon) 

63s Liberia 

63t Niger Territories, Niger River, Benin, Bornu, Sokoto 

63x Sierra Leone 

64 South Africa, Zambesi River 
64d Cape Colony, KafiBrs 
64dt Basuto Land 

64e German West Africa, Damara, Namaqua 

64f Madagascar, Comoro 

64g Natal, Zululand 

64h Orange Free State 

64i Portuguese East Africa. Mozambique, Delagoa Bay 



19 69f China. History 

64j Portuguese West Africa, Lower Guinea, Angola 

64k Rhodesia, British Central Africa, Nyasa Land 

64m Transvaal, South African Republic, Boers 

64p North East Africa. Nile River 

64r Abyssinia, Ethiopia 

64t Libyan Desert, East Sahara 

64v Nubia, Egyptian Sudan, Khartum, Kordofan, Dafur 

64x Somali Land, Somali Coast, Sokotra Id. 

65 Egypt. Modern Travel 

65f Archaeology, Antiquities fNile river 64p 

65p Pyramids fSuez Canal 419s 

„^ _, . ,,• * [Hieroglyphics 686, 

66 Egypt. History 687 

66d Ancient History in general, and to B.C. 332 

66f Alexander's Conquest: Ptolemaic period. B.C. 332-30 

66fc Cleopatra 

66g Roman and Byzantine periods, B.C. 30-A.D. 640 

66h Mohammedan, Saracenic period, 640-1538 ^^"IisJ'tsT'"^' '^^ 

66i Turkish period, 1538-1798 

66k French invasion, 1798-1803 

66m Modern History 

66x Local History 

66xa Alexandria 

66xc Cairo 

66z Sinai Peninsula 

67 Asia. Travel and History in general 
67f Central Asia, Scythia (ancient) 

67h Caspian and Aral Seas, Transcaspian Region 

67k Kirghiz Steppe 

67m Turkestan 

67n Bokhara; Pamir 

67p Khiva 

67q Samarkand, Timur (Tamerlane) 

67s North Asia, Siberia in general 

67 1 West Siberia 

67v East Siberia, Lena River, Yakutsk 

67x Kamtchatka, Vladivostock 

67y Amur Region and River, Sakhalin Id. 

68 Southeast Asia. Farther India 
68e Burma 

68g Siam 

68m Malay Peninsula, Malaya, Federated Malay States 

68p Straits Settlements, Singapore 

68t French Indo-China, Anam, Tonkin 

68 td Cambodia 
68tn Cochin China 

68x The Far East (China, Japan, Korea, etc., together) 

68z Korea 

69 China. Travel in general 
69e Antiquities, Ethnology 
69f History in general 



69g China. Early History to 16i4 20 



69g 


Early history to 1644 


69h 


Manchu dynasty, 1664-1800 


69i 


19th Century 


69j 


20th Century 




Local History and Travel 


69n 


North China, Pechili (Chili) Tientsin Hoang-ho River 


69np 


Pekin 


69nx 


Honan 


69p 


Kiangsu, Nankin, Shanghai, Soochow 


69q 


Shansi 


69qs 


Shantung, Chefoo 


69qt 


Shensi 


69r 


Central and West China, Yangtze River 


69rf 


Chekiang 


69rg 


Hunan 


69rh 


Hupeh 


69rk 


Kiangsi 


69rn 


Kweichow 


69rs 


Szechuan 


69ry 


Yunnan 


69s 


South China, Fukien, Amoy, Foochow 


69sk 


Kwangsi 


69t 


Kwantung, Canton, Hainan Id. Hongkong, Macao 


69v 


Manchuria 


69x 


Mongolia, Desert of Gobi 


69xt 


East Turkestan, Sungaria 


69z 


Tibet ^^ 


70 


Japan. Travel in general 


70e 


Antiquities; Ethnology 


70 f 


History in general, and to 1850 


70fz 


Biography 


70g 


Later 19th century 


70h 


20th century 


70hd 


Russo-Japanese war, 1904-05 


70p 


Formosa, Taiwan 


70r 


Hokkaido, Yezo 


70t 


Hondo, Honshu 


70tf 


Fujiyama Mt. 


70tk 


Kioto 


70to 


Osaka 


70tt 


Tokio 


70ty 


Yokohama 


70v 


Kurile Islands 


70w 


Kyushu 


70wn 


Nagasaki 


70x 


Loochoo Islands. 


70z 


Shikoku 


71 


India, Hindustan. Travel in general 


71d 


Antiquities, Archaeology 



21 72rp Artaxerxes II, 405-359 

71e Ethnology 

Local history and travel 

71 f North and Northeast India 

71 fg Ganges River 

71 fh Himalayas 

71g Bengal 

71gc Calcutta 

71h Kashmir [Government of India 

71i Nepal, Assam, Bhutan, Sikkim 

71] Northwest Frontier Provinces 

71k Punjab, Sikhs 

71kd Delhi 

71kl Lahore 

71m United Provinces, Agra, Oude 

71n Central and West India 

71p Bombay Presidency 

71pb Bombay city 

71q Central Provinces 

71 qb Berar 
71qr Orissa 
71r Rajputana 
71rg Guzerat 
71rn Sinde 

71rv Indus River 

71s South India, Dekkan, Coromandel, Malabar 

71 t Hyderabad 

71v Madras Presidency, Karnatic 

71vra Madras city 

71w Mysore 

71x Travancore 

71z Ceylon 

72 India. History in general 

72d Ancient history to about A.D. 700 

72e Mohammedan period, 700-1525 [Timur 67q 

72f Mogul empire, 1525-1750 

72g Early European settlements, and to 1800 

72ge East India Company 

72h 19th century 

72i 20th century 

72n Afghanistan. Also, ancient Bactria 

72nv Baluchistan 

72p Persia, Iran. Travel in general 

72r Ancient history to B.C. 250, including Media, Susiana 

72re Cyrus, B.C. 560-529 

72rh Darius I, 521-485 

72ri Xerxes I, 485-465 

72rk Artaxerxes I, 465-425 

72rl Cyrus the Younger; Expedition of the 10,000 Greeks 

72rp Artaxerxes II, 405-359 



72rq Persia. History (continued) 



22 



72rq 

72rr 

72rx 

72rz 

72s 

72t 

73 

73d 

73e 

73 f 

73g 
73k 

73kn 

73m 

73p 

73q 

73qp 

73r 

73s 

73sp 

73t 

73v 

73vp 

73vt 

73w 

73x 

73z 

74 

74d 

74e 

74f 

74fa 

74 fd 
74] 
74ik 
74m 
74p 
75 
75e 
75g 



75i 

75k 

75ke 

75kf 

75kg 

75ki 



Artaxerxes III. Ochus, 359-338 
Arses and Darius III, 338-336 
Parthia, B.C. 250-A.D. 226; Arsacidae 
Sassanids, A.D. 226-641 
Medieval history, 641 to 1800 
Later history 
Southwest Asia, the Levant in general 
Arabia, Travel in general 
Antiquities, Ethnology 
History in general. Arabs and Saracenic conquests [Arabs in gpain I26e 

in general 
Under Turkish rule, 1520- 
Assyria, Babylonia, Chaldaea, Mesopotamia. Euphrates 
and Tigris rivers 
Antiquities, Babylon, Nineveh 
Armenia, Trebizond, Erzerum, Kurdistan, Bitlis 
Asia Minor, Anatolia 

Pontus: — Mithridates I-VII 

Paphlagonia, Bithynia 
Cappadocia, Cilicia, Galacia, Lycaonia, modern Angora 



[Arab conquest 641, 
see 73f 

[Turkey 136 
[Sinai 66z 



[Mohammed 22d 



Ionia, Caria, Miletus, modern Smyrna 
Lydia, Ephesus: — Croesus 

Lycia, Pisidia, Pamphilia, Isauria 

Mysia, modern Brusa 

Pergamus (history) : — Attalus I-III 
Pergaraus: Antiquities 

Phrygia— modern Konieh 

Troas, Troy, Trojan war, B.C. 1190 

Hittites (People, Inscriptions, etc.) 
Syria and Palestine. Travel 
Antiquities 

History in general. Seleucides 
Local history and description 

Aleppo 

Damascus 
Jerusalem 

Kingdom of Jerusalem, A.D. 1099-1291 
Palmyra : — Zenobia 
Phenicia, Phenicians 
Jewish history in general 

History to Babylonian captivity, — B.C. 538 
From Captivity to end of Roman occupation, B.C. 538- 
A.D. 136 

Maccabees 
Medieval history, Mohammedan rule 
The Dispersal, in Europe: Anti-Semitism generally 

In England 

In France 

In Germany and Austria 

In Italy 



[Ionian Is. 77 



[Crete 132f 
[Cv^M-us 132i 



[Bible geog. 251 



[Carthage 76k 
[Judiasm 21 



[Book of Maccabees 

24xi 
[See also 74jk 

[Crusades 81s 



23 



77t Cyclades 



75kr In Russia and Poland 

75ks In Spain and Portugal 

75ku In America 

75ra Modern history. Zionism 

75p Social life, customs, culture 

75x Semitic Races in general. Antiquities, etc. 

76 Ancient history. (Include Greece and Rome treated 

together.) 
76f Celts. 

76k Carthage 

76kn Hamiibal. 

77 Greece. Travel in general. 

Note: A book on Sparta or the Spartans goes in 
77q; one on the Spartan hegemony in 78g. 
Local travel and history 
77e Acarnania 



[Philosophy 4, 7 



[Prehistoric 477r 



[Punic wars 79g 
[Roman Africa 79z 





77et 


Aetolia 




77gk 


Magnesia [Athens 78t 






77f 


Attica, Eleusis 




77gm 


Megaris 






77g 


Boeotia, Thebes 




77gp 


Phocis, Delphi. 






77gd 


Dolopia 




77gt 


Thessalia 






77ge 


Doris 




77h 


Thracia, Chalcidice 






77gf 


Epirus, Dodona 










77k 


Peloponnesus, Morea, in general 








77m 


Achaia 










77md 


Arcadia 










77n 


Argolis, Corinth, Aegina 


Id., Mycenae 


■, Epidaurus, 






TirjTis 










77p 


Elis, 


Olympia 










77pm 


Messenia 










77py 


Cythera Id., Cerigo 










77q 


Laconia, Sparta, Lacedaemou 








77r 


Aegean Sea and Islands 










77re 


Northern islands, Thracian sea 










77rf 


Dolopes, Sciathos, 


Scopelos, Scyros, Northern 








Sporades 












77rg 


Imbros 




77rs 


Samothrace 






77rk 


Lemnos 




77rt 


Tenedos 






77rn 


Lesbos, Mytilene 




77rx 


Thasos 




77s 


Ionian Islands, Sporades 












77sd 


Calymnos 




77sk 


Leros 






77se 


Carpathos 




77sn 


Xisyros 






77sf 


Casos 




77sp 


Psara 






77sg 


Chios, Scio 




77sr 


Rhodes [Knights of 


Rhodes 




77sh 


Cnidos 




77ss 


Samos ^^^^ 






77si 


Cos 




77st 


Telos 






77si 


Icaria 










77t 


Cyclades 












77td 


Amorgos 




77tp 


Myconos 






77te 


Andros 




77tq 


Naxos 






77tf 


Astypatsea 




77tr 


Paros, Antiparos 






77tg 


Ceos 




77ts 


Seriphos 






77th 


Cynthnos 




77tt 


Siphnos 






77ti 


Delos 




77tv 


Syra 






77tk 


Gyaros 




77 tx 


Tenos 






77tm 


los 




77tz 


Thera, Santorin 






77tn 


Melos 











77v Greece. West Coast Islands 



24 



77v 



78 
78d 

78e 



78f 
78ft 



78h 
78hp 
78i 
78j 



78k 

78kl 

78kt 

78m 

78n 

78t 

78tr 

79 

79d 

79e 

79f 

79g 

79i 

79ig 

79ij 

79in 

79it 

79j 



79k 

79ke 

79kf 

79kg 

79kh 

79ki 

79ki 

79kk 

79km 



West Coast Islands 
77vd Cephalonia 



77vk 
77vz 



Leucadla, Leucas 
Zante, Zacynthos 



77vf Corfu, Corcyra 
77vi Ithaca 
Greece. History in general 
Early history to B.C. 500 

Magna Graecia: Greek Colonization 
Persian wars, B.C. 500-46, and to 430 
Battles of Marathon, 490; Thermopylae, 480; 

Salamis, 480; Platsea, 479 
Pericles 
Themistocles 
Peloponnesian war B. C. 431-405, and to 350 

Battle of Mantinea, 362 
Macedonian period; Hellenism (political) in general 
Ancient Macedonia to death of Philip II, B.C. 336 
Alexander III, the Great, B.C. 336-323 
From death of Alexander, B.C. 323-147 
Achagan, Aetolian Leagues 
Pyrrhus of Epirus; Diadochi 
Roman period, B.C. 146 to A.D. 716 
Medieval period generally 
Turkish period, 1453-1820 
Modern history, 1821-1899 
20th Century 

Athens. Description, Antiquities 
History 
Rome. History in general, and to end of Republic 
Early history and kingdom to B.C. 510 
Republic, B.C. 509-28 

Earlier period to B.C. 266 
Punic and other wars, B.C. 264-146 
Later period, B.C. 146-28 
Gracchi 

Jugur thine war 
Social war, C. Marlus, Sulla 
Catiline's Conspiracy, 65-63 
Civil wars, B.C. 49-28; End of Republic 
Pompeius, Marcus Antonius 

Battles of Pharsalia, 48 ; Phillppi, 42; Actium, 31 
Empire, B.C. 27-A.D. 364 



[Trojan war 73x 



[Modern Macedonia 
136rt 



[Demosthenes 751j 



[Byzantine empire 
79y 



[Antiquities See also 



602g 



[Attica 77f 
[Parthenon 
[Sculpture 660 
[City of Rome 131 



[Hannibal 76kn 



[Mithridates 73q 



[Caesar 768e 
[Cleopatra 66fc 



Augustus, B.C. 27-A.D. 
Tiberius, 14-37 
Caligula, 37-41 
Claudius I, 41-54 
Nero, Agrippina, 54-68 
Galba, 68-69 
Otho, 69 
Vitellius, 69 



14 



25 



81k Knighthood, Chivalry 



79kn 

79kp 

79kr 

79ks 

79m 

79n 

79p 

79q 

79r 

79s 

79t 

79v 

79vt 
79w 

79y 

79ye 

79yg 

79yi 

79vk 

79ym 

79>T) 

79yr 

79yt 

79yv 

79z 



79ze 

79zf 

79zg 

79zh 

79zi 

79zi 

79zk 

79zl 

79zm 

79zn 

79zp 

79zs 

79zt 

79zv 

80 

80g 

SOr 

80rm 

81 

81k 



Vespasian, 69-79 

Titus, 79-81 

Domitian, 81-96 

Nerva, 96-98 

Trajan, 98-117 

Hadrian, 117-138 

The Antonines, 138-180 

Commodus to Carus, 180-282 

Diocletian to Constantius I, 284-306 

Constantine I, the Great, 306-337 

Constantine II, to Jovian, 337-364 
Western Empire, 364-476; Gothic invasions (treated 
generally) 220- 

Theodosius the Great, d. 395 
Gothic kingdom in Italy, 476-568 

Odoacer, Theodorlc 
Byzantine, or Eastern Empire, A.D. 364-1453 

Valens to Justin I, 364-527 

Justinian I, Theodora, 527-565. Belisarius 

Justin II to Irene, 565-802 

Nicephorus I to Nicephorus II. Phocas, 802-969 

John I. Zimisces to Nicephorus III, 969-1081 

Alexis I. Comnenus to Alexis V. Ducas, 1081-1204 

Latin emperors: Baldwin l-II, 1204-1261 

Greek emperors at Nice, 1204-1259 

Greek emperors at Constantinople, 1261-1453 
Roman local ancient history and archaeology; Provinces 
Note: Conquests in Britain, Spain, etc., under Eng- 
lish, Spanish, etc., history. 

Apulia 

Calabria 

Campania, Capri (ancient). Gulf of Naples 

Pompeii, Herculaneum 

Cisalpine Gaul, Raetia 

Etruria, Etruscans 

Italia, Brutium 

Latium, Tivoli, Hadrian's villa, etc., Tusculum 

Liguria 

Lucania, Paestum 

Picenum 

Samnium, Samnites 

Umbria 

Venetia, Histria, Liburnia, Noricum, Pannonia 
Greek and Roman antiquities 
Greek antiquities 
Roman antiquities 

Roman military antiquities 
Medieval History, 476-1450 
Knighthood, Chivalry 



[Marcus Aurelius 



[Visigoths 126d 



[Germanic empire 82 

[Lombards in Italv 
129 



[Constantinople from 
1453, 1.36V 



[See also 4th Crusade 
81s 



[Roman provincial 
government 266 

[Italic languages. 
Inscriptions 761 



[Rome 131 



[Religion 19h 
[Architecture 602 
[Sculpture 660 
[Painting 652d 
FSee also 301k 

[Feudalism 258f, 



81kk Knighthood (continued) 26 

81kk Knights of Malta (or of Rhodes, or Hospitallers of 

St. John) 
81kn Knights Templar ^ ^°h!fnor "iff^ °^ 

Slkt Teutonic Knights 

81s Crusades 

82 Germanic, or Holy Roman Empire, to 1500 [See iilso 86 

Note: Sovereignty of Italy and Germany vested in 
Frankish and, later, German emperors. 
82e House of Charlemagne f Charlemagne I07m 

Guido, 891; Lambert, 894; Arnulf, 896; [Louis I I07n 

Louis III, 901 [Charles Il.^the 

82f Houses of Franconia and Saxony, 911-1137 

82fd Konrad I, 911-918 [Church and state 

46s 

82fh Heinrich I, the Fowler, 919-936 

82g Otto I, the Great, 936-973 [Papal state 3in 

82gf Otto II, 973-983 

82gk Otto III, 983-1002 

82gr Heinrich II, 1002-1024 

82gx Konrad II, the Salic, 1024-1039 

82h Heinrich III, the Black, 1039-1056 

82i Heinrich IV, 1056-1106 

82j Heinrich V, 1106-1125 

82jr Lothar II, 1125-1137 

82k House of Hohenstaufen, or Swabia 

82kn Konrad III, 1138-1152 

82m Friedrich I, Barbarossa, 1152-1190 

82n Heinrich VI, 1190-1197 

82nk Philipp, 1197-1208 

82nt Otto IV, 1208-1212 

82p Friedrich II, 1212-1250 

82pk Konrad IV, 1250-1254 

82r Interregnum, 1254-1272. Willem of Holland, Richard 
of Cornwall 

82s Houses of Hapsburg and Nassau, 1273-1308 

82sd Rudolf I of Hapsburg, 1273-1292 

82sn Adolf of Nassau, 1292-1298 

82st Albrecht I of Hapsburg, 1298-1308 

82t Houses of Luxemburg and Bavaria, and Second Inter- 
regnum, 1308-1437 

82td Heinrich of Luxemburg, 1308-1314 

82tf Louis IV of Bavaria, 1314-1347 

82tk Karl IV of Luxemburg, 1347-1378, and Gunther of 

Schwartzburg 

82tn Wenzel of Luxemburg, 1378-1400 

82tr Ruprecht of the Palatinate, 1400-1410 

82ts Sigismund of Luxemburg, 1410-1437 

82v Later history of the empire 

82vd Albrecht II of Hapsburg, 1438-1439 

82vf Friedrich III, 1440-1493 



27 84p War of 1914- 

82vh Maximilian I, 1493-1519 [Thouerdank 859 

Karl V, 1519- See Spain, Carlos I ^"^^ 

Ferdinand I, 1556- See 89 Joseph I, 1705- See 89 

Maximilian II, 1564- " 89 Karl VI. 1711- " 89 

Rudolf II, 1576- " 89 Karl VII, 1742- " 88a 

Matthias, 1612- " 89 Francis I, 1745- " 89 

Ferdinand II, 1619- " 89 Joseph II, 1765- " 89 

Ferdinand III, 1637- " 89 Leopold II, 1790- " 89 

Leopold I, 1658- " 89 Francis II, 1792- " 89 

83 Renaissance, 1450-1500 f Artistic Kpnais- 

Siinee C38, 604 

84 Modern history, particularly of Europe, 1500- rHumanism, see also 

S4d Collections of Treaties . ^-^ 

XT ^ X 1- ■ n 1 ^ ^- ,. ^ I ^ [See also 301n 

Note: Individual peace treaties between only two 

nations go in local history with the war which they 
conclude. Diplomacy and treaties between several 
nations preferably go with the period. Examples: 

Aix-la-Chapelle, 1748 . . . . 87gn fireatv mak.ng 

Paris, 1856 139it 

Ryswick, 1697 84g [Diplomatic agents^ 

ttI -uj. -irrir, oA- consuls, etc.. 291g 

Utrecht, 1713 84]s 

Washington, 1871 163 

Westphalia, 1648 84ix ^^'"featie°s'"'323"''*' 

S4e Modern Orders of Honor (subdivided by country) [Chivalry 8ik 

84f Sixteenth Century 

84g Seventeenth Century 

84i Thirty Years' War, 1618-1648 

84ig Gustavus II, Adolphus 

84iv Wallenstein 

84ix Peace of Westphalia, or Muenster, 1648 

84] Eighteenth Century [Eugene of Savoy 

84is War of Spanish Succession, 1700-13 

84k Revolutionary Period, 1789-1815 [Marlborough 94rm 

84kr Rastadt Congress, 1797 [Felipe V I26k 

84kv Congress of Vienna, 1814-15 [Emigres lllr 

84m Nineteenth Century 

84n Twentieth Century 

84p War of 1914-. General, Comprehensive, and 

Unclassified works 

84pc Periodicals, Newspapers, Societies 

84pd Causes, Preliminaries, Early Diplomacy 

84pe Neutrality, International Legal and Commercial 

Relations, Blockades, Right of Search 

84pg Armed Strength, Armies, Navies, Auxiliaries, etc. 

84ph Mihtary Operations 

84phe Secret Service, Spies 

84phk Signal, Telegraph, Telephone Service 

84phr Railroad, Transportation Service 

S4phv Provisioning, Equipment 

84pk Operations in Servia and Balkans 

84pm Belgium 

84pn France 

84pp Austro-Hungary, Bukowina, etc. 

84pq Poland, West Russia 



84pr War of 1914- (continued) 



28 



S4pr 

84ps 

84psf 

84psk 

84psn 

84pt 

S4pu 

84pv 

84pvf 

S4pw 

84px 

S4pz 



85 
85s 



85go 

85gr 

85h 

85hc 

85hd 

85ht 

85n 

86 

86d 

86g 

86h 

86i 

86ip 

861s 

86] 

S6k 

861 

861f 

8611 

861n 

86m 

86n 

86nf 

86p 

86q 

87 

87d 

87e 

87f 



Operations In Germany, Alsace 
Turkey, In Europe and Asia 
Anglo -Turkish, In Egypt and Asia 
Africa (except Egypt) 
China 
Naval and Submarine Operations 
Aerial Warfare 
Red Cross, Medical, Hospital Service 

Prisoners, Concentration Camps, Refugees 
Peace Negotiations, Results, Indenmltles 
Illustrative and Memorial Literature, Anecdotes 

Addresses, Songs, Poems, Drama, Pictures 
Biography, Memoirs 

Note: Personal memoirs or narratives of single 
events or campaigns go under 84ph-84pv. 
Europe. Travel in general 
General travel in Germany 
Elbe River 
Oder River 
Rhine River 
General travel in Austro-Hungary 
Carpathian Mountains 
Danube River 
Tyrolese, Austrian Alps 
General travel in Netherlands and Belgium 
Germany. History in general 

Note: History 800-1500. See also 82. 
Antiquities: Kulturgeschichte 
Goths, Vandals. (See also 79w, 79y, 81) 
Early history to 1500 
Sixteenth Century 

Peasants' War, 1524-25 
Smalkaldic League and War, 1531-47 
Seventeenth Century 
Eighteenth Century 
Nineteenth Century (from 1792) 

Confederation of the Rhine, 1806-14 
German Bund, 1815-66 
North German Confederation, 1866-71 
Empire, 1871- 
Wilhelm I, 1871-88 
Frledrlch, 1888 
Wilhelm II, 1888- 
Tw^entieth Century 
Prussia. History 
Early history to 1617, Margraves and Electors of 

Brandenburg 
Dukes of Prussia, 1618-1688 

Frledrlch Wilhelm (The Great Elector) 1620-1688 
House of Hohenzollern 



[Maps separate 



[Rhine province 87u 



[Politics 268 



[Visigoths 126d 



[Reformation 34g 



[Austrian war, 1866, 

89fi 
[French war 1870-1 

117 

[Bismarck 268k 



[War 1914 84p 



20 



88j Saxony (kingdom) 



87fd Friedrich I, 1688-1713 

87ff Friedrich Wilhelra I, 1713-40 

87g Friedrich II (the Great), 1740-86 

87gn War of Austrian Succession, Silesian Wars 1740- 

45, Treaty of Aix 
87gs Seven Years' War, 1756-63 

87h Friedrich Wilhelm II, 1786-97 

87i Friedrich Wilhelm III, 1797-1840 (Queen Luise) 

87] Friedrich Wilhelm IV, 1840-61 

87k Wilhelm I, 1861-71 (period) 

Note: See 86n for personalia of Wilhelm I 
Prussia. Local history and travel 
87n Berlin 

87nt Brandenburg 
87p East Prussia 

87r Hannover, East Friesland 

87s Hesse-Nassau 

Frankfort-am-Main, Wiesbaden 
87sz Hohenzollern (province) 
87t Pomerania 

Stettin, Ruegen Island 
87tx Posen 
87u Rhine province (Rheinland) 

Aachen, Cologne, Duesseldorf, Moselle River 
87v Saxony (Prussian), Halle 

87w Schleswig-Holstein, North Friesland 

Kiel, Heligoland, War 1863-64 
87x Silesia (Prussian) 

Breslau 
87y West Prussia 

Danzig 
87z Westphalia 

Muenster 
Other German States. History and travel 
8Sa Bavaria 

S8b Upper Bavaria 

88bm Munich 

88c Lower Bavaria 

88d Franconia in general and Upper Franconia 

Bamberg, Bayreuth 
8Se Middle Franconia 

88en Nuremberg. 

88 f Lower Franconia 

88g Palatinate (Rheinpfalz) 

Counts Palatine. Speyer 
88h Upper Palatinate 

Ratisbon 
88i Swabia 

Augsburg 
88] Saxony (kingdom) 



[General travel 85g 



[Konigsberg univ. ?,07 



fBonn univ. 307 
fThuringia 88.\ 



r Seven Years War 
87gs 



[Alns in general 133 

[Louis lY 82tf 

f Ober-Ammergau play 



[West Franks lOTf 
[Erlangen univ. 307 



[Wurzbnrg univ. 307 
[Hohenstaufen 8-k 



88k Saxony (continued) 



30 



88k Bautzen 

881 Chemnitz 

88m Dresden 

88n Leipzig 

880 Zwickau 

88p Wuerttemberg (kingdom) 

88pf Black Forest 

88ps Stuttgart 

88q Elsass-Lorraine 

88qs Strassburg 

88qv Anhalt 

88r Baden. Constance Lake 

8Ss Brunswick 

Harz Mountains 

88 1 Hanse cities, Hanseatic League 
88tb Bremen 

88 th Hamburg 

88 tl Luebeck 

88u Hesse. Hesse-Cassel, Hesse-Darmstadt 

Darmstadt, Mainz (or Mentz) 

88v Lippe-Detmold 

88vl Schaumburg-Lippe 

88vm Mecklenburg-Schwerin 

88vs Mecklenburg-Strelitz 

88w Oldenburg 

88wr Reuss-Greiz 

88wx Reuss-Schleiz 

88x Thuringia 

88xe Saxe-Altenburg (Hildburghausen) 

88xg Saxe-Coburg-Gotha 

88xn Saxe-Meiningen 

SSxw Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach 

88y Schwarzburg-Rudolstadt 

88ys Schwarzburg-Sondershausen 

88yw Waldeck-Pyrmont 

89 Austria-Hungary. History 

89d Early history and House of Babenberg, 973-1246 

89e House of Hapsburg, 1282- 

89ed Rudolf II, 1282-93 

89ee Rudolf III, 1293-1314 

89ef Leopold I (duke), 1314 

89eg Albrecht II, 1314-58 

89eh Rudolf IV, 1358-65 

89ei Albrecht III, 1365-95 

89ej Albrecht IV, 1395-1404 

89ek Ladlslas, 1439-57 

89el Ferdinand I, 1520-64 

89em Maximilian II, 1564-76 

89en Rudolf V, 1576-1611 (Emperor Rudolf II) 

89eo Matthias, 1612-19 



fTubingen univ. 307 



[Heidelberg univ. 307 



fGiessen univ. 307 



[Rostock univ. 307 



[Weimar. See also 
under Goethe, 867z 



[General travel 85h 
[Government 268t 
[Friedrich I, 1194- 82m 
[Rudolph I, 1273- 82sd 
[Albrecht I, 1282-, 82st 
[Albrecht V, 1404- 82 vd 
[Friedrich V, 1457-, 82vf 
[Maximilian I, 1493- 82vh 
[Sempach battle 1386, 134 



[Thirtv years* war, 
1618-, 84i 



31 



89kv Hungary. 20th Century 



89ep 


Ferdinand II, 1619-37 




89eq 


Ferdinand III, 1637-58 




89er 


Leopold I (Emperor), 1658-1705 




89es 


Battle of Vienna, 1683 




89et 


Prince Eugene of Savoy, 1663-1736 




89eu 


Josef I, 1705-11 




89ev 


Karl II, 1711-40. (Emperor Karl VI) 


[Spanish succession, 


89ex 


Maria Theresia, 1740-80 
Franz, duke of Lorraine 


1700-, 87.is 
fSilesian wars, 1740- 
87gn 




Pragmatic sanction 
House of Hapsburg- Lorraine 


r Seven vears' war, 
175 6-, 87gs 


89 f 


Josef II, 1780-90 




89 fd 


Leopold II, 1790-92 


fRastadt congress 
84kr 


89fe 


19th Century and Franz I, 1792-1835 




89ff 


Ferdinand I, 1835-48 




89 fg 


Frank Josef I, 1848- 


fMetternich 268t 


89fi 


War of 1866 




89g 


20th Century 


rWar 1914. 84p 


89p 


Austria. Local history and travel 




89pd 


Upper and lower Austria 




89pe 


Vienna 


[Vienna battle 1683 
89es 


89pf 


Bosnia and Herzegovina 


89pg 


Bukowina 




89ph 


Carinthia (Kaernten) 




89pi 


Carniola (Krain) 




89pi 


Coastlaud, Istria, Trieste 




89pk 


Dalmatia, Ragusa 




89pm 


Galicia (Austria), Lemberg, Krakau 




89po 


Moravia, Bruenn 




89pp 


Salzburg 




89pq 


Silesia (Austrian) 




89ps 


Styria (Steiermark) 


[Graz iiniv. 307 


89pt 


Tyrol and Vorarlberg 


[Alps 85ht 


89pz 


Liechtenstein (principality) 




89r 


Bohemia 




89rd 


Early History and Kings, 1198-1526 


rGvTisies 62p 


89re 


John Hus, 1639-1415. Hussite wars, 1419-38 




89rn 


19th Century 




89rp 


20th Century 




89rv 


Local history and travel 




89rx 


Prague 


fPraffiie battle 1757 
87gs 


89v 


Hungary 




89vd 


Early history and House of Arpad, -1307 




89ve 


House of Anjou, 1308-82 
Kings, 1382-1490 
JageUons, 1490-1526 




89vf 


1526-1847 




89vi 


1848-1899 




89vik 


Louis Kossuth 




89vk 


20th Century 





89vp Hungary. Local history and travel 32 

89vp Local history and travel [Carpathians 85hc 

89vq Budapest 
89vs Croatia and Slavonia 
89vt Transylvania (Siebenbuergen) 

90 Netherlands. History F General travel 85n 

"Low Countries," Holland and Belgium to 1830 
House of Orange 
90d Antiquities, Batavii, Belgae 

Early history to 1477 
90e Austrian-Spanish Dominion, 1477-1566 

Revolt, and Dutch Republic, 1566-81 

Duke of Alva, 1508-82 
90ew William of Nassau (the Silent), 1544-84 

90f United Provinces, 1581-1795 

90fe Phillip Willem, 1584-1618 

Jan van Olden-Barneveld, grand pensionary 
90fg Maurice, 1618-25 

90fi Friedrich Heinrich, 1625-47 

90fk Willem II, 1647-60 

90fm Willem III, 1660-89 (later William III of England) 

Jan de Witt, grand pensionary 
90fp Willem IV, 1702-11 

90ft Willem V, 1711-51 

90fv Willem VI, 1751-95 

90fz Batavian Republic, 1795-1806 

90g Kingdom, 1806- 

90gd Louis Bonaparte, 1806-10 

90ge Willem I, 1815-40 

90gf Willem II, 1840-49 

90gg Willem III, 1849-90 

90gh Wilhelmina, 1898- (and Regency, 1890-98) 

90k Netherlands. Local History and Travel 

Meuse River; Zuyder Zee; Texel and islands 
90ke Drenthe 
90kf Priesland 
90kg Gelderland, Guelders 
90kh Groningen 
90ki Limburg 

90ki North Brabant 
90kk North Holland 
90km Amsterdam 

90kn Haarlem 

90kp Overyssel 
90kq South Holland 
90kr The Hague 

90ks Leiden 

90kt Rotterdam 

90ku Utrecht 
90kx Zeeland 



33 91pn Denmark. Local History 

rOeneral travel 85n 
[Burgundy 122v 

f Congo 63n 
fWar 1914 84p 



fLouvain univ. 307 



90m 


Belgium. History 


90n 


Flemish history. Counts of Flanders 


90p 


Leopold I, 1831-65 


90pd 


Leopold II, 1865-1909 


90pe 


Albert, 1909- 


90t 


Belgium. Local history and travel 


90td 


Antwerp, Anvers 


90 tf 


Brabant 


90tg 


Brussels 


90ti 


Flanders (East) 


90tj 


Ghent, Gand. 


90tk 


Flanders (West) 




Bruges 


90tm 


Hainaut, Hainault 


90tp 


Liege 


90tr 


Limtourg 


90ts 


Luxembourg (province) 


90tt 


Namur 


90x 


Luxemburg (grand duchy) 


91 


Scandinavia. General travel in Denmark, 




Baltic Sea 


91g 


General history 


91h 


Antiquities 


91i 


Northern, Vikings, Normans 


91k 


Denmark. History. House of Oldenburg 


91kd 


Early history to 1448 


91kg 


Christian I, 1448-81 


91kh 


Hans, 1481-1513 


91ki 


Christian II, 1513-23 


91ki 


Frederick I, 1523-33 


91kk 


Christian III, 1533-59 


91km 


Frederik II, 1559-88 


91kn 


Christian IV, 1558-1648 


91kp 


Frederik III, 1648-70 


91kr 


Christian V, 1670-99 


91ks 


Frederik IV, 1699-1730 


91kt 


Christian VI, 1730-46 


91kv 


Frederik V, 1746-66 


91kx 


Christian VII, 1766-1808 


91m 


19th Century 


91mf 


Frederik VI, 1808-39 


91mi 


Christian VIII, 1839-48 


91mk 


Frederik VII, 1848-63 


91mn 


Christian IX, 1863-1906 


91n 


20th Century 


91nd 


Frederik VIII, 1906- 


91p 


Denmark. Local History and Travel 


91pf 


Funen 


9ipi 


Jutland (peninsula) 


91pn 


Zealand 



[Ardennes 122t 
Norway, Sweden, 



[Normans in Italy 
132v 



[War 1863-4 87w 



91pp Denmark. Local History (continued) 34 



91pp 


Copenhagen 




91pt 


Other islands 




91px 


Faroe islands 


r Greenland 58g 


91q 


Iceland 


fWest Indies 255t 


91s 


Norway. History In general 




91t 


History to 1450 




91v 


1450-1905 (1450-1814, see History of Denmark) 
(1814-1905, see History of Sweden) 




91w 


20th Century. Haakon VII, 1905- 




91x 


Local history and travel 




91xf 


Christiania 




92 


Sweden. History in general 




92d 


Early history to 1520 
House of Vasa 




92f 


Gustaf I, Vasa, 1523-60 




92fe 


Eric XIV, 1560-68 




92fi 


Johan III, 1568-92 




92 fn 


Sigismund, 1592-99 




92ft 


Carl IX, 1600-11 




92 fx 


Period of Gustaf II. Adolf, 1611-32 


fGiistaf II 84i? 



Axel Oxenstjerna 

92g Christina, 1632-54 

House of Pfaltz, etc. 

92gk Carl X, Gustaf, 1654-60 

92gn Carl XI, 1660-97 

92h Carl XII, 1697-1718 

92he Ulrika Eleonora, 1718-20 

92hi Frederik of Hesse, 1720-51 

House of Holstein-Gottorp 

92hn Adolf Frederik, 1751-71 

92i Gustaf III, 1771-92 

92ik Gustaf IV. 1792-1809 

92j 19th Century 

92jd Carl XIII, 1809-18 

House of Ponte Corvo 

92if Carl XIV, Johan, 1818-44 

92jk Oscar I, 1844-59 

92jn Carl XV, 1859-72 

92it Oscar II, 1872-1907 

92k 20th Century 

92ke Gustaf V, 1907- 

92t Sweden. Local History and Travel 

92tg Goteborg ^Lund univ. 307 

92tS Stockholm fUpsala univ. 307 

93 Great Britain. Travel (and in England alone) 

93d Antiquities, Ethnology rScilly is. 96e 

93i Islands: Channel Islands, Jersey, Guernsey risle of Wight 96sf 

93m Isle of Man [Hebrides 99t 

^M ^ , -r^ . . »T. . ■ f Orkneys 99s 

94 Great Britani. History m general [Shetland 99s 
94a Bibliography of History and Travel. Source-guides 



35 



dim Great Britain. History (continued) 



94d Early and Anglo-Saxon period, -1066 

94e Xorman period. Conquest, 1066-1154 

Battle of Hastings, 1066 
94ef William I, the Conqueror, 1066-87 

94ek William II, Rufus, 1087-1100 

94en Henry I, 1100-35 

94es Stephen, 11.35-54 

Maud (or Matilda), 1101-65 (Queen. 1141-47) 
94f Plantagenets and Angevins, 1154-1399 

94fe Henry II, 1154-89 

94fh Richard I, Coeur de Lion, 1189-99 

94fk John, 1199-1216 

94fn Henry III, 1216-72 

Simon de Montfort; Barons' War 
94fr Edward I, 1272-1307 

94ft Edward II, 1307-27 

94fv Edward III, 1327-77 

Edward the Black Prince, 1330-76 
94fz Richard II, 1377-99 

Tyler's rebellion, 1381 
94g Lancaster and York, 1399-1485 

Wars of the Roses, 1455-85 
94ge Henry IV, 1399-1413 

94gh Henry V, 1413-22 

94gn Henry VI, 1422-61 

94gr Edward IV, 1461-83 

Earl of Warwick, 1428-71 
94gv Edward V, 1483 

94gx Richard III, 1483-85 

Bosworth battle, 1485 
94i Tudors, 1485-1603 

94if Henry VII, 1485-1509 

Perkin Warbeck 
94] Henry VIII, 1509-47 

94ie Catherine of Aragon 94ih 

94 jf Anne Boleyn 94ii 

94ig Jane SejTuour 94jj 

94jp Cardinal Thomas Wolsey, 1471-1530 

94ir Thomas Cromwell, Earl of Essex, 1485-1540 

94jt Edward VI, 1547-53 

94.ix Mary, 1553-58 

94jz Jane Dudley (Lady Jane Grey) 

94k Elizabeth, 1558-1603 

William Cecil, Lord Burghley 
94kr Spanish Armada, 1588 

941 Stuarts, 1603-1714 

941j James I, 1603-25 (James VI of Scotland) 

George Villiers, Duke of Buckingham 
94m Charles I, 1625-49 

Civil War, 1642-49 



rKine Alfred 923f 



f Thomas a Becket 29g 
[Third crusade 81s 
fMagna Charta 276 



[War with Bruce 

99fx 
[100 years' war 109d 



rWiclif 34ew 



[Sir Thomas More 927 



Anne of Cleves 
Catherine Howard 
Catherine Parr 



f Church of England 
34e, 36 



[Marv. Queen of 
Scots, 99h 



94n Great Britain. History (continued) 



36 



94n Commonwealth, 1649-60 

94nf Oliver Cromwell 

94p Charles II, 1660-85. Restoration 

George Monk, Duke of Albemarle 
94pj James II, 1685-88 

Revolution of 1688 
94pv William III, and Mary, 1689-1702 

94r Anne, 1702-14 

94rra Marlborough 

94rs James Francis Edward Stuart, the old pretender, 

1688-1766 
94s House of Hanover, 1714- 

18th Century in general 
94sg George I, 1714-27 

94sn George II, 1727-60 

94st Charles Edward, the young pretender, 1720-88 

94t George III, 1760-1820 

94 tn Nelson 

94tw Wellington 

94u 19th Century in general 

George IV, 1820-30 
94ut William IV, 1830-37 

94v Victoria, 1837-1901 

Albert, Prince Consort, 1819-61 
94x 20th Century in general 

Edward VII, 1901-1910 
94xd George V, 1910- 

96 England. Local History and Travel 

Note. Local historical societies go under 94c. 
96d Bedford 

96df Berks 
96dg Windsor Castle 

96dk Buckingham 
96dr Cambridge 
96dx Chester, Cheshire 
96e Cornwall, Scilly Islands 

96ef Derby 

96ek Devon, Exeter, Plymouth 
96er Dorset 
96ex Durham 
96f Essex 

96ff Gloucester 
96fi Bristol 

96fk Hereford 
96fr Hertford 
96fx Huntington 
96h Kent, Canterbury, Dover 

96i Lake District 

96if Cumberland 

96ix Westmoreland 



[Gre.Tt plague, 1662, 
97 



fBolingbroke 9 

r Utrecht treaty 84j 



[See 99j 

fAmer. revolution 158 
[Burke, Fox. Pitt, 278 
I War 1812 161 
[Waterloo battle 113k 
[Peninsular war 126 



[Russian war, 1854—, 

139jt 
[Gladstone 278 
[Boer war, 1899, 64m 

[War 1914 84p 



[ Scottish borders 99x 



[Cambridge univ. 307 



37 98d. Ireland. Antictuities 

96,i Lancaster, Lancashire, Mersey River, Safford 

96k Liverpool, Birkenhead 

96m Manchester 

96n Leicester 

96nf Lincoln 

96nk IMonmouth 

96nr Norfolk. Norwich 

96nx Northampton 

96p Northumberland, Newcastle-upon-Tyne 

9Gpf Nottingham 

96r Oxford [Oxford univ. 307 

96rf Rutland 

96rk Salop. Shropshire 

96rx Somerset, Bath 

96s Southampton, Hampshire, Portsmouth 

96sf Isle of Wight 

96sg Winchester 

96sk Stafford 

96sr Suffolk 

96sx Surrey, Croydon 

96t Sussex, Brighton 

96tf Warwick, Coventry, Keuilworth f Stratford 932e 

96 tk Birmingham 

96 tn Wessex 
96tr Wilts 
96tx Worcester 

96v York, Bradford 

96vf Leeds 

96ra Sheffield 

97 London. General description and history 
97d Early, to 1600 

97f Literary History [Hist. English lit. 9 12 

97g Guide books 

97i Directories 

97k Government, the Corporation 

97kd City, or Livery, companies 

97kn Laws. Ordinances 

97n Associations, Clubs 

97p Churches, Religious bodies 

97pp St. Paul's 

97pw Westminster Abbey 

97t Public Buildings, Parks, etc. [Bridges 408 

97tt The Tower f Charities^ 303 

97v Public Works and Utilities fPri*sons 304p 

97x Commerce and Industries f Railways 4i3e 

97z Thames River [Water suppiv 422 

98 Ireland. Travel fChurch of Ireland 
98c Periodicals ^^^ 

98cr Irish Record Publications 

98d Antiquities • 



98c Ireland (continued) 38 

98e History 

98f Early history to 1700 

98fp St. Patrick 

9Sh 18th Century; Rebellion of 1798 

98i 19th Century; Fenianism 

Home rule, T. S. Parnell fLand temue 3i6 

Land question 

9Sk 20th Century 

Ireland. Local History and Travel 

98p Connaught and West Ireland 

9Sq Leinster and East Ireland [Trinity college 307 

98r Dublin 

9Ss Munster and South Ireland 

9Ssc Clare; River Shannon 

98sf Cork 

98 1 Kerry; Killarney and Lakes 

98v Ulster and North Ireland 

98va Antrim; Belfast 

98ve Donegal 

98vl Londonderry 

99 Scotland. General travel 

99d Antiquities, Ethnology, Picts 

99e History in general 

99f Early History to 1371 
Sir William Wallace 

99fx Robert the Bruce, 1274-1329 

99g House of Stuart, 1371-1603 

99ge Robert II, 1371-90 

99gf Robert III, 1390-1406 

99gh Regency, 1406-24 

99gi James I, 1424-37 

99gn James II, 1437-60 

99gr James III, 1460-88 

99gt James IV, 1488-1513 

99gX James V, 1513-42 f Reformation 34e 

99h Mary, 1542-67 (beheaded 1587) fCimrcli of Scotland 

99hv James VI, 1567-1603 (Personalia under 941]) 

99i 17th and 18th Centuries 

99j Rebellions, 1715, 1745. Jacobites [See also 94rs. 94st 

99k 19th Century 

99m 20th Century 

Scotland. Local History and Travel 
99r Highlands, Northwest Scotland, Grampian Mts., Argyll, 

Banff, Bute, Caithness, Cromarty, Elgin (Moray), 

Inverness, Nairn, Ross, Sutherland 
99re Aberdeen 

99rz Highland Clans 

99s Orkneys and Shetland 

99t Hebrides (Western) Islands 



39 107y France. History 

99u East Central Scotland. Clackmannan, Dumbarton, Fife, 

Forfar (Angus), Dundee, Haddington, Kincardine, 
Kinross, Linlithgow, Lothians, Perth, Renfrew, 
Stirling 
99v Edinburgh 

99w Lanark, Glasgow 

99x South Scotland, Lowlands, Borders. 

Ayr, Berwick, Dumfries, Galloway 
Kirkcudbright, Peebles, Roxburgh 
Selkirk, Wigtown 
100 Wales. Local history and travel ^"^'"ggsk"" '^^'^"'*^ 

lOOn North Wales 

Anglesey, Carnarvon. Denbigh, 
Flint, Merioneth, Montgomery 
loot South Wales 

Brecknock, Cardigan, Carmarthen 
Glamorgan, Cardiff, Swansea, 
Pembroke, Radnor 
102 Collections. Rolls, Chronicles and Memorials 
102d Camden Society 

102h Historical Manuscripts Commission 

102m Master of the Rolls. State Papers 
102t Record Commission 

105 France. Travel 
105d Antiquities 

106 France. History 
106c Periodicals, Societies 

106cd Collection des documents inedits 

106cf Collection de textes pour servir a I'etude et a 

I'enseignement de I'histoire 
106ch Societe de I'histoire de France 
106ct Societe d'histoire contemporaine 

107 Early, -987 

107d Gaul (See also 105d, 76f) 

107f West Franks, Mero\ingians, -752 

107g Clovis I 

107i Charles Martel 

107k Carolingians, 752-987 

1071 Pepin, 752-768 

107m Charlemagne, 768-814 

107n Louis I, 814-843 

107p Charles the Bald, 843-887 

107s Eudes (Hugh, Count of Paris), 888-898 

107t Charles III, the Simple, 898-922 

107u Robert, 922-923 

107v Raoul (Rudolf), 923-936 

107w Louis IV, d'Outremer, 936-954 

107x Lothaire, 954-986 

107y Louis V, 986-987 



108 France. History (continvied) 40 

108 Capets, 987-1328 
lOSd Hugh Capet, 987-996 
lOSe Robert II, 996-1031 
lOSf Henri I, 1031-60 
108g Philippe I, 1060-1108 

lOSh Louis VI (le Gros), 1108-37 

108i Louis VII, 1137-80 

108k Philippe II (Auguste), 1180-1223 

1081 Louis VIII (le Lion), 1223-26 

108m Louis IX (St. Louis), 1226-70 [Crusades 81s 

108p Philippe III (le Hardi), 1270-85 

lOSr Philippe IV (le Bel), 1285-1314 

108s Louis X (of Navarre), 1314-16 

108t Jean I, 1316 

108v Philippe V, 1316-22 

108w Charles IV, 1322-28 

109 Valois and Angoulerae, 1328-1589 

109d Philippe VI, 1328-50 (100 Years' War) 

Crecy Battle, 1346 

109e Jean II, 1350-64 (Jacquerie) 

Poitiers Battle, 1356 

109f Charles V, 1364-80 

109g Charles VI, 1380-1422 

Agincourt Battle, 1415 

109h Charles VII, 1422-61 

109] Jeanne d'Arc (1409-31) 

109k Louis XI, 1461-83 

1091 Charles VIII, 1483-98 

109m Louis XII, 1498-1515 

109n Francois I, 1515-47 

109p Henri II, 1547-59 

Catharine de' Medici 

109q Francois II, 1559-60 

109r Charles IX, 1560-74 

109t Huguenots, Huguenot Biography [See also 34f 

109tm Massacre of St. Bartholomew 

109ts Edict of Nantes, 1598; Revocation, 1685 

109x Henry III, 1574-89 

110 Bourbons, to 1792 

llOd Henry IV, 1589-1610 (Marie de' Medici; Sully) 

llOg Louis XIII, 1610-43 

llOh Richelieu (Cardinal), 1585-1642 

1101 Louis XIV, 1643-1715 

110m Mazarin, 1602-61; The Fronde 

llOn Retz, 1613-79 

llOp Maintenon, 1635-1719 

llOr Louis XV, 1715-74 (Pompadour) 

110s Saint-Simon, 1675-1755 

llOv Louis XVI, 1774-92 

llOw Marie Antoinette, 1755-1793 



41 122n France. Local History 

llOy Louis XVII (Dauphin) 

llOz 18th Century: Ancient regime 

111 Revolution, 1789-99 

llle Assemblee Nationale, 1789-92 

lllh Convention, 1792-95 (including the Terror) 

llln Directoire, 1795-99 

11 Ir Emigres 

lllz Biography of Revolution period 

113 Consulate and Empire, 1799-1815 [Moscow i40f 
113f Russian Campaign, 1812, and to 1814 

Escape from Elba 
113k Campaign 1815; Waterloo Battle 

113n Napoleon 1, 1769-1821 

113t Josephine, 1763-1814 

113v Marie Louise, 1791-1847 

114 Restoration of Bourbons, 1815-30 

Louis XVIII, 1815-24 
Charles X, 1824-30 

115 Revolution, 1830; Louis Philippe, 1830-48 
115m Revolution, 1848. 2d Republic, 1849-51 

116 Second Empire, Napoleon III, 1851-70 

117 Franco-German War, 1870-71; Commune, 1871 

lis Third Republic, 1871-99 fColonies 272 

119 20th Century f French Africa 64 

122 France. Local History and Travel ^^Issw^^' ^''^'^^ 

Northern — Artois [War 1914 84p 
Arras, Calais, Lille, St. Omer 

122d Picardy [Flanders 90n 

Abbeville, Amiens, Crecy 
122e Normandy 

Alencon, Caen, Evreux, Havre, Rouen 
122f Brittany 

Brest, Nantes, Rennes 
122g Maine, Anjou 

Angers, Saumur 
122h Western— Poitou 

Niort, Poitiers, Vendee 
122i Aunis, Saintonge, Angoumois 

Angouleme, La Rochelle, Roche fort 
122] Aquitaine, Guienne 

Bordeaux, Gironde 
122k Gascony 

Toulouse 
1221 Central— Orleanais 

B!ois, Chatres, Orleans 
122m Touraine, Berry, Nivernais 

Bourges, Nevers, Tours 
122n Lyonnais 

Lyon, St. Etienne 



122p France. Local History (continued) 42 

122p Marche. Bourbomiais, Limousin 

Limoges [Corsica 132cl 

122q Southern — Auvergne 

Clermont — Ferrand 

122r LanguedoC fRiviera 130h 

Beziers, Montpellier, Narbonne, Nimes 
122s Pyrenees, Beam, Foix, Roussil!on 

Bayonne, Biarritz, Pau, Perpignan 
122t Eastern — Champagne 

Epernay, Marne, Reims, Troyes f Alsace-Lorraine 88q 

122v Burgundy, Franche-Comte 

Autun, Auxerre, Bar-le-Duc, Besancon, Dijon, 
Nancy 
122w Savoy 

Chambery 
122y Dauphiny 

Grenoble, Valence 
122z Provence 

Aries, Avignon, Cannes, Marseilles, Mentone, Nice, 
Toulon 

123 Paris, He de France 

Beauvais, Fontainebleau, Olse, Seine, Versailles 

124 Andorra 
124m Monaco 

125 Spain and Portugal. Travel 
125f Portugal (alone). Travel 
125i Portugal (alone). History 

125x Local History and Travel [Cape Verde Is. 63ie 

125y Lisbon * [Madeira, 63im 

125z Azores Islands ^^°63J,!rT4i'^64r 

126 Spain and Portugal. History 

126cd Coleccion de documentos ineditos para la historia de 

Espana 
126d Early history to 711. Visigoths [Alaric I. 86g, 79v 

126e Moors in Spain, 711-1492 

Conquest of Granada, 1492 TCid 787z 

Expulsion of Moriscos, 1598-1609 
126f Leon and Castile (Kingdom), 1033-1506 

Alfonso X, "el Sabio," 1221-84 

Fernando and Isabel, 1471-1516 [Columbus I44k 

Cardinal Ximenez (Jimenez de Rada) 
Gonsalvo de Cordova 
126g 16th Century 

Fernando V, 1512-16 
126h Carlos I (Emperor Charles V), 1516-56 

Don Juan of Austria 
126i Felipe II, 1556-98 [Armada, 1.588, 94kr 

126] 17th Century 

Felipe III, 1598-1621 
Ambrogio Spinola 



43 127w Spain. Local History 

126jf Felipe IV. 1621-65 

12Git Carlos II, 1665-1700 

126k ISth Century. House of Bourbon ^^'"84js^ succession 

126kf Felipe V, 1700-46; Elizabeth Farnese 

126ki Fernando VI, 1746-59 

126kn Carlos III, 1759-88 

126kt Carlos IV, 1788-1808 [Trafalgar battle 04tn 

126ni 19th Century. Peninsular War, 1808-14 
126md Fernando VII, 1808, 1814-3.3 

Congress of Verona, 1822 
126nif Joseph Bonaparte, 1808-14 

126nii Isabel II, 1833-68 

126mj Provisional Government, 1868-70 

126mk Amadeo I, 1870-73 

126mr Republic, 1873-75 

126mt Alfonso XII, 1875-85 

126mx Maria Mercedes, 1885-86 

126n 20th Century. Alfonso XIII, 1886- r^^'--"' "^ 1^98 io.>f 

127 Spain. Local History and Travel 
127d North Spain 

Aragon (kingdom. 1035-1512) [Pyrenees I22s 

Huesca, Teruel, Saragossa 
127e Asturias 

Oviedo 
127f Basque Provinces [Canary is. 63i 

Alava, Vizcaya (Biscay), Guipuzcoa 
127g Castilla-la-Vieja (Old Castile) 

Avila, Burgos, Logrono, Santander 
Segovia, Soria 
127h Catalonia 

Barcelona, Gerona, Lerida, Tarragona 
1271 Galicia 

Coruna, Lugo, Orense, Pontevedra 
127j Leon 

Ciudad-Rodrigo, Palencia, Salamanca, Valladolid, 
Zamora 
127k Navarra (kingdom, 905-1512) 

127m South Spain 
127n Andalucia 

Almeria, Cadiz, Cordova, Granada (Alhambra) 
Huelva, Jaen, Malaga, Sevilla 
127r Castilla-la-Nueva (New Castile) 

Ciudad-Real, Cuenca, Guadalajara 
127s Madrid 

127t Toledo 

127v Estremadura 

Badajoz, Caceres 
127w Murcia 

Albaceto, Cartagena 



127x Spain. Local History (continued) 



44 



127x Valencia 

Alicante, CasteJlon 
127y Balearic Islands 

Ivisa, Majorca, Minorca, etc. 
127z Gibraltar 

12S Italy. General Travel 

Adriatic Sea, Appennines 

129 Italy. History (Medieval and Modern) 
129e Medieval history to 1350 

Lombard kingdom, 568-774 

Prankish period, 768-969 

Commmies, Guelfs and Ghibelins to 1300 
129f 14th and 15th Centuries. Age of Despots 

Period of Invasions, 1492-1537 
129g Spanish-Austrian period, 1527-1796 

129h Napoleonic era, 1796-1820 

129i Risorgimento, United Italy, 1820-71 

129ie Cavour 

129if Crispi 

129ig Garibaldi 

129ii Mazzini 

129] Vittorio Emanuele II, 1861-78 

129.iu Umberto, 1878-1900 
129k 20th Century. Vittorio Emanue'.e III, 1900- 

130 Italy. Local History and Travel (Medieval and Modern) 
130a Abruzzi and Molise, Aquila, Teramo 

Apulia (modern). Bari, Lecce 
Basilicata (Potenza) 
Calabria (modern). Cosenza 
130b Campania (modern) and Naples. Travel 

Capri (modern), Caserta, Ischla, Salerno 
130c Naples (and the Two Sicilies). History 

130d 18th Century 

Ferdinando I, 1759-1824 
Maria Carolina, 1752-1814 
130e 19th Century and later 

Joachim Murat, 1808-15 
Francesco I, 1825-30 
Ferdinando II (Bomba), 1830-59 
Francesco II, 1859-60 
130f Emilia 

Cesena, Forli, Piacenza, Reggio Emilia, Rimini 
130ff Ferrara. House of Este 

130 fm Modena 

130 fp Parma 

130 fr Ravenna 

130g Bologna 

130h Liguria (modern), and the Riviera 

130i Genoa 



[Alps 133p 

[Ancient to 476, 79 
[Antiquitie.s 80, 80r 
[Gothic kingdom, 568, 

79w 
[Medieval, see also 82 
[Papal state 3 In 

[Renaissance 83 
[Normans in Italv 
132v 



[Vittorio Emanuele I, 
132qj 



[Turko-Italian war, 
1911, 63g 



[Archaeology 79z 



[Pompeii 79zh 

[Vesuvius 435 
rSicily 132t 



[Corsica 132d 



43 



132q Sardini; 



130] Lombardy; Lakes Como, Maggiore, Lugano 

Bergamo, Brescia, Como, Cremona, IMantua, Pavia, 
Sondrio 
130k Milan 

130m Marches 

Ancona, Ascoli, Macerata, Pesaro-e-Urbino 
130n Piedmont 

Alessandria, Aosta, Cuneo, Xovara 
130p Turin 

loOr Tuscany (and Florence). Travel 

Arezzo, Elba Island, Grosseto 

Livorno (Leghorn), Lucca, Massa and Carrara 
130rp Pisa 

130rr. Siena 

loOt Tuscany (and Florence). History 

130td Early history. Countess Matilda 

130tf Republic, 1208-1531 

130ti House of Medici to 1737 

130tn House of Lorraine, 1737-1860, and later history 

130v Umbria (modern) 

Assisi, Foligno, Orvieto, Perugia, Spoleto 
loOw Venezia (and Venice). Travel 

Bellona, Chioggia, Treviso, Iodine, Vicenza 
139\vp Padua 

139wv Verona 

130x Venezia (and Venice). History 

130z San Marino 

131 Rome. City 
131d Topography, Panoramas, Views 

131 f Archaeo'.ogy 

131i Forum Romanum (and other Fora) 

131n Christian Antiquities, Catacombs 

131p History 

131 1 Province of Rome 

Campagna, Civitavecchia, Neri, Subiaco 

Terracina, Tivoli, Tiber River 

132 Mediterranean Sea, Coasts, and Islands 
132d Corsica 

132f Crete, Candia 

132g Antiquities 

132i Cyprus 

142] Antiquities 

132m Malta. Maltese Islands 

132p Sardinia. Travel and Antiquities 

132q History 

132qf Vittorio Amadeo I. 1720-30 

132qg Carlo Emanuele I, 1730-73 

132qh Vittorio Amadeo II, 1773-96 

132qi Carlo Emanuele II, 1796-1802 

132qi Vittorio Emanuele I. 1S02. 1814-21 



fLoreto, see also 17m 



[Sardinia 132q 
[Savoy 122w 



[Dante 785 
[Savonarola 28 
[Machiavelli 256 
[Catharine 109p 
[Clement VII, Leo X, 
31e 



[Sec also 80r 
[Inscriptions 763 
[Architecture 602m, 

606 
[Sculpture 660 
[Papal state 3 In 



[Adriatic sea 128 
[Aegean sea 77r 
[Balearic Is. 127y 

[Elba 130r 

[Malta knights 81kk 

(Rhodes llur 



132(ik Sardinia (continued) 46 



fVittorio Emanuele 
II, 129.1 

[Two Sicilies kingdom 
130c 



[Earthquakes, Etna. 
Stromboli 4.^5 



132qk 


Carlo Felice, 1821-31 


132qm 


Carlo Alberto, 1831-49 


132s 


Sicily. Travel 


132t 


History 


132u 


Ancient History (and Kings of Syracuse) 


132v 


Norman period to 1266 


132\v 


Sicilian Vespers, 1282 


132x 


Local Travel, History, Antiquities 




Catania, Girgenti, Lipari Islands 




Marsala, Messina, Syracuse, Trepani 


132z 


Palermo 


133 


Switzerland. Travel 


133p 


The Alps 


134 


Switzerland. History 


134cl 


Antiquities 


134e 


Early history to 1700 


134ef 


First Confederation, 1291. Wilhelm Tell 


134ek 


Sempach Battle, 1386. Arnold v. Winkelried 


134f 


18th Century 




Helvetic Republic, 1797-1803 


134g 


19th Century 


134h 


20th Century 


134m 


Switzerland. Local History and Travel 




Aargau, Aarau 




Appenzell 


134n 


Basel 


134p 


Bern, Interlaken, Thun 


134q 


Fribourg 


134r 


Geneva, Lake Geneva 


134rx 


Glarus 


134s 


Graubuenden (Grisons) 




Chuer, Davos, Engadine 


134t 


Lucerne 


134u 


Neuchatel 


134v 


St. Gallen 


134vu 


Schaffhausen 


134vt 


Schwyz 


134VX 


Solothurn 


134w 


Tessin (Ticino), Locarno 


134wt 


Thurgau 


134wv 


Unterwalden 


134WX 


Uri 


134x 


Valais, Zermatt 


134y 


Vaud. Lausaime, Montreux, Vevey 


134yx 


Zug 


134z 


Zurich 


135 


Turkey, Ottoman Empire. Travel in general 


135t 


Asiatic Turkey, General Travel 


136 


Turkey, Ottoman Empire. History in general 



[Austrian Alps 85ht 



[Lake dwellers 477r 



[Calvin 34s 



Waldenses 34s 



[Asia Minor, Armenia. 
Syria, etc., 73—75 



136ri Turkey. Local History 

Eastern Question 

Note: Most entries go here. Other books thus 
entitled will go under Balkans (137), Afghanistan 
(72n), Armenia (73m), Egypt (66m), Persia (72t), 
Russia, etc., as their content may require. 
Early History and Conquests to 1451 

Othman, 1299-1326 

Orchan, 1326-59 

Murad I, 1359-89 

Bajazet I, the Thunderbolt, 1389-1402 

Interregnum, 1403-13 

Mohammed I, 1413-21 

Murad II, 1421-51 
From 1451 to 1703 

Mohammed II, 1451-81 

Bajazet II, 1481-1512 

Selim I, 1512-20 

Solyman I, the Magnificent, 1520-66 

Selim II, 1566-74. Lepanto Battle, 1571 

Murad III, 1574-95 

Mohammed III, 1595-1603 

Ahmet I, 1603-17 

Mustapha I, 1617 

Othman II, 1618-23 

Murad IV, the Intrepid, 1623-40 

Ibraham, 1640-48 

Mohammed IV, 1648-87 f^''E ^^""''^- '^^^• 

Solyman II, 1687-91 

Ahmet II, 1691-95 

Mustapha II, 1695-1703 
18th Century 

Ahmet III, 1703-30 

Mahmoud I, 1730-54 

Othman III, 1754-57 

Mustapha III, 1757-73 

Abdul-Hamid I, 1773-89 

Selim III, 1789-1807 
19th Century 

Mustapha IV, 1807-08 

Mahmoud II, 1808-39 

Abdul-Medjid, 1839-61 rCiimean war I39.it 

Abdul-Aziz, 1861-76 

Murad V, 1876 

Abdul-Hamid II, 1876-1909 

Russian War, 1877-78 ,.,. , ,, ,. 

[ Iiirko-Italian war, 

136i 20th Century I9il, 63g 

136id Mohammed V, 1909- 

136r Turkey. Local History and Travel 

136rf Adrianople, Dardanelles, Marmora Sea 

136ri Janina (modern Epirus) 



132rk Turkey. Local History (continued) 4s 



136rk 


Kassova 






136rp 


Monastir 






136rt 


Salonica (modern Macedonia) 




[Aiifient Macedonia 
78hp 


136rx 


Scutari (Albania) 






136t 


Constantinople, Bosphorus 
Description and Travel 






136v 


History from its capture, 1453 




f Earlier history 79y 


137 


Balkan Peninsula and States 




r Bosnia SQcf 


137d 


Bulgaria, and East Rumelia 




[Croatia 89vs 


137e 


History to 1800. Battles of Nikopolis 




137f 


19th Century 




[Dalmatia 89pk 


137ff 


Alexander, Prince, 1879-87 






137 fk 


Ferdinand, King, 1887- 




r Danube 85hd 


137g 


20th Century 

Balkan War, 1912-13 






137m 


Montenegro 






137n 


Rumania. Travel and History 






137p 


19th Century 






137pf 


Alexander Cuza, 1859-66 






137pk 


Carol I, 1866- 






137q 


20th Century 






137t 


Local History and Travel 








Bucharest, Dobrudja, Moldavia, 


Wallachia 




137v 


Servia. Travel and History 






137vr 


Belgrade 






137x 


19th Century 






137xd 


Milosch I, 1829-60 






137xe 


Michael II, 1839-40 






137xf 


Michael III, 1840-42, 1860-68 






137xg 


Alexander (Kara Georgevitch), 


1842-58 




137xh 


Milan IV, 1868-89 






137xi 


Alexander, 1889-1903 






137xi 


20th Century 






137xk 


Peter I, 1903- 






138 


Russia in Europe. Travel in general 
Slavic countries in general 




[Russia in Asia 67 


139 


Russia. History in general. Panslavism 


[Jews in Kussia 75k 


139d 


Antiquities, Ethnology 




[Politics 265r 


139e 


Early history to 1613 




ILand system 316 


139ed 


Dukes of Kiev, 850-1157 




[Serfdom 313s 


139ee 


Rurik 






139ef 


Grand Dukes, 1157-1327 






139eg 


Grand Dukes of Moscow, 1328-1462 




139ei 


Czars of Moscovy, 1462-1613. 16th Century general 


y 


139ei 


Ivan III, 1462-1505 






139ek 


Basil V, 1505-23 






139em 


Ivan IV, the Terrible, 1523-84 






139en 


Feodor I, 1584-98 






139ep 


Boris-Godonov, 1598-1605 







49 liOs Russia. Local History 

139er Feeder II, 1605-06 

139es Dmitri (Demetrius), 1606 

139et Basil Chouiski, 1606-10 

139ev Ladislas, 1610-13 

139f House of Romanov. 17th Century generally 

139f f Michael, 1613-45 

139fi Alexis, 1645-76 

139fp Feodor II, 1676-82 

139fv Ivan V, 1682-89 

139g Peter the Great, 1689-1725 

139h 18th Century 

139hd Catharine I, 1725-27 

139hf Peter II, 1727-30 

139hi Anne, 1730-40 

139hp Ivan VI, 1740-41 

139ht Elizabeth, 1741-62 

139hv Peter III, 1762 

139i Catharine II, 1762-96 

139iv Paul I, 1796-1801 

139] 19th Century f Nihilism •26.5r 

139jf Alexander I, 1801-25 [Invasion 1813 113f 

139jk Nicholas I, 1825-55 

139jr Alexander II, 1855-81 ^"^""S'lsehx' ^^^^~ 

139jt Crimean War. Treaty of Paris, 1856 

139ix Alexander III, 1881-94 

139k 20th Century 

139kf Nicholas II, 1894- ^'^'"^iVl^^" ''''"■' ^^'^■*' 

' 70hd 

140 Russia. Local History and Travel [^Var 1914 S-ip 

140d Great (and North) Russia f Siberia 67s 

Kaluga, Kostroma, Kursk, Nizhii-Novgorod, Novgorod, 

Olenets, Orel, Pskov. Riasan, Smolensk, Tambov, 

Tula, Tver, Vladimir, Vologda, Voronezh, Yaroslar 

140e Archangel, Kolguev Island, Nova Zemlia 

White Sea [Spitzbergen 58 

140f Moscow [Muscovite czardom 

* 139ei 

140g Finland, Helsingfors, Vasa, Viborg 

140i Lapland 

140j Baltic Provinces [Baltic sea 91 

140k Courland (Kurland), Libau, Mitau 

1401 Esthonia (Estlaud), Reval 

140m Livonia (Livland) 

140n Riga 

140p Petrograd (St. Petersburg) Kronstadt 

140q West Russia (Lithuania) [Poland 141 

Grodno, Koviio, Minsk, Moghilev, Podolia, Vilna, 
Vitebsk, Vothj-nia 
140r Little Russia 

Chernigov, Dnieper River, Kharkov, Kiev, Poltava 
140s Bessarabia, Kischinev 



140t Russia. Local History (continued) 50 

140t South Russia 

Azov Sean, Don Province and River, Kherson, 
Odessa, Rostov, Yei<aterinoslav 
140u Black Sea 

140v Taurida, Crimea, Kertch fCrimean war I39jt 

140w Kazan 

Penza, Perm, Simbirsk, Ural Mts., Vyatka 
140x Astrakhan 

Orenburg, Samara, Saratov, Ufa, Volga River fKii-ghiz steppe 67k 

140y Caucasus, Circassia 

Kuban, Stavropol, Terek fTranscaspia 67li 

140z Transcaucasia, Georgia 

Baku, Batum (Kutais), Daghestan, Elizabethpol, 
Erivan, Kars, Tiflis 
141 Poland. History [See also 139 

141d Antiquities, Ethnology 

141f Early history to 1333 

141g Casimir III, the Great, 1333-70 

141gf Ludwig of Hungary, 1370-82 
141gh Maria, 1382-99 
141gk Ladislas V, 1399-1434 
141gn Ladislas VI, 1434-45 
141gr Casimir IV, 1445-92 
141gt John I, 1492-1501 
141gv Alexander, 1501-6 
141gx Sigismund I, 1506-48 
141h Sigismund II, 1548-73 

(Henri de Valois, 1573-75, see 109x) 
141hf Stephen Bathori, 1575-87 
141hi Sigismund III, 1587-1632 
141hr Ladislas VII, 1632-48 
141ht John II, 1648-69 
141hx Michael, 1669-74 

141i John III, Sobieski, 1674-97 ^^I'ges ^''"''' ^^^^ 

141if Frederick-Augustus I, 1697-1704, 1709-33 

141it Stanislas I, 1704-09 

141] Frederick-Augustus II, 1733-64 

141k Stanislaus II. Poniatowski, 1764-95 

Partitions of Poland, 1772, 1793, 1795 
141m Kosciusko and Insurrection, 1794 
141n 19th Century 

141p 20th Century 

141x Poland. Travel [Cracow 89pm 

141y Warsaw 

144 America and North America. Discovery 
144d Pre-Columbian. Welsh, Asiatic, etc. 

144f Norse 

144k Columbus 

144n Post -Columbian to 1600 

144t English. The CabotS [N. W. Passage 58 



14:7z American Indians 



Spanish-Portuguese. Amerigo Vespucci 



America and North America. Travel in general f^°'!^J,' ^^*^' ^^^^• 

lo3w 

America and North America. History in general [Sierra Nevada, 230p 

Bibliography of Americana 
Dictionaries, general gazetteers 
Periodicals, American in general and United States 
Note. — See also 147c, 150c, local history under 171, 
172, etc., 239c, 244c, etc. 
147 Aborigines of North America, and of America in general [Basketry 585 
Note. — For allocation of single stocks, nations, and 
tribes use American Bureau of Ethnology, Bulletin 
No. 30, and map therein. Indian wars in colonial and 
local history 
147c Ethnological Periodicals 

Arch. inst. of America. Soc. des Americanistes, etc. 
147d Prehistoric Antiquities, before 1500 [Religions i9w 

Moundbuilders in general 
147e Canadian (generally) and Athapascan [Languages 720 

147f Northwest Coast and Western British Columbia, in- [Eskimos 58 

eluding Washington, Oregon, and Alaska [Folklore 9901 

Salishan. Flathead [California 23 id 

147g Algonquian (New England and Upper Lake Region) 

Abnaki, Chippewa, Cree, Delaware, Miami, Micmac, 

-, , r.u 4. [Arapaho and 

Mohegan, Shawnee, etc. Cheyenne i4T.i 

147h Iroquoiau (New York, Pennsylvania, Ohio, St. Law- 

rence. Virginia) [Tuscarora 1471 

Five Nations — CaxTiga, iMohawk, Oneida, Onondaga, 
and Seneca; Cherokee, Hurons 
147i Muskhogean (South Atlantic, also Gulf States) 

Chickasaw, Choctaw, Creeks, etc. ['Seminole 179 

Also Tuscarora 
147j Siouan or Dakota (Western plains) [Sioux war 1862, 196 

Iowa, Mandan, Omaha, Osage, Pawnee, Ponka, etc. 
Also Caddoan; Kiowan; Arapaho, Blackfoot, 
Cheyenne 
147k Shoshonean (Nevada, Idaho. Colorado, Utah) 

Also Southern Athapascan, Apache, Comanche, 
Navaho, Ute, etc. 
147m Pueblo and Cliffdwellers (Southwest) 

Hopi or Moqui, Zuni, etc. [Pima. Yuma. 147v 

Also Keresan, Tanoan 
147p Political Relations, Treatment. Treaties, Education 

147 t Biography 

147v Spanish- American in general, and Mexican or Nahuatl; 

Aztecs, Toltecs [Languages 722 

Pima, Yaqui, Yuma 
147x Mayan (Yucatan, Chiapas, Guatemala) 

Lencan, Zapotec 
147z Central American and West Indian 

Quiches 
South American. See Local History 243-253 



149 Canada. Travel 



52 



149 

150 

150c 

150e 

150f 

150g 

151 

151d 

151e 

151f 

151g 

151h 

151i 

151] 

1513P 

151k 

151m 
151n 



151p 
151pk 
151pt 
151r 

151s 

151t 

151tk 

151tr 

151v 

151x 
151y 

153 

153dl 

153e 



153m 



Canada, British America. Later Travel 

Hudson's Bay, St. Lawrence River and Gulf 
Canada. History in general 
Periodicals, general and local 
Earliest exploration and French period to 1763 
British occupation, 1763-1900 
20th Century 
Canada. Local History and Travel 
Labrador Peninsula, Ungava 
Newfoundland, Terre-Neuve 
New Brunswick 

St. John 
Nova Scotia, Acadia 

Halifax, Cape Breton Island 
Ontario, Upper Canada 
Ottawa 
Toronto 
Prince Edward Island 
Quebec, province and city 
Anticosti Island 
Montreal 
Northwest (Canadian) in general 

Hudson's Bay, Northwest, and other trading com- 
panies 
Alberta 
Assiniboia 
Athabasca 

British Columbia, Canadian Rocky Mts. 
Vancouver City 

Vancouver Island, Victoria, Nootka 
Franklin, Baffin Land 
Keewatin 
Mackenzie 
Manitoba 

Winnipeg 
Saskatchewan 
Yukon 

Dawson, Klondike 
United States. Travel in general 

Great Lakes: Erie, Huron, Michigan, Ontario, Superior 
New England and Atlantic States 

History and Travel over several of the following: 
Connecticut, Delaware, District of Columbia, 
Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hamp- 
shire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, 
Rhode Island, Vermont, Virginia, West Virginia 
Middle States 

History and Travel over several of the following: 
Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Michigan, Min- 
nesota, Missouri, Ohio, Wisconsin. 



[French wars, 1755- 

63, 156n 
[War 1812. 161 



[Fisheries question 
291 



[Louisburg sieges 
156k, 156n 



[Niagara Falls 206k 



[Capture, 1759, 156n 



[X.W. Coast 153p 



[Arctic regions 58 



[Alaska, Yukon River 
172 



[Colonial history 156 



[Old Northwest 2 lid 



1 



53 153z United States. Revolution 

153n Mississippi Valley and River. The old two Louisianas 

153nl Louisiana Purchase, 1S03 
153p Pacific States. 

History and Travel over several of the following: 
Pacific Northwest and Northwest Coast, Strait 
of Fuca, Columbia River, Alaska, Arizona, 
Idaho, Nevada, Oregon, Utah, Washington [Colorado River 173 

153s Southern States 

History and Travel over several of the following: 
Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, 
Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, 
Tennessee, Texas 
153w Western States 

History and Travel over several of the following: 
Colorado, Dakotas, Indian Territory, Kansas, 
Montana, Nebraska, New Mexico, Oklahoma, 
Wyoming, Rocky Mountains ''^''"^ij."" Rockies 

155 United States. History in general [Constitution 281 
155a Bibliography of History and Travel 

155b Dictionaries, Gazetteers 

Note: Periodicals, see under 146c. 
155n Naval History in general 

Note: Naval history of a single war or period goes 
with that war. 

156 Colonial Period to 1775 

Note: See also colonial histories of the thirteen 
original states. 
156f King William's War, 1689-97 

156i Queen Anne's War, 1702-13 

156k King George's War, 1744-48 

156n French and Indian War, 1754-63 

Capture of Quebec, 1759 
156t Pontiac's War, 1763-64 

158 The Revolution, 1776-82 

158c D. A. R., S. A. R., Society of the Cincinnati 

158f Preliminaries 

Writs of Assistance, 1761 

Stamp Act, 1765 

Navigation Acts 

Boston Massacre, 1770 

Boston Tea Party, 1773 

Boston Port Bill, 1774 

Mecklenburg Resolutions, 1775 

Declaration of Independence, 1776 
158k Campaigns, Battles 

158n Naval History of Revolution 

158r Auxiliaries and Foreigners 

158t Celebrations, Fourth of July Orations, Sermons 

158w George Washington 

Mary and Martha Washington 
158z Biography 



160 United States. History (continued) 54 

160 Confederation, etc., 1783-1812 [Louisiana purchase 

153nl 

161 War of 1812; and to 1845 [Missouri compromise, 

162 Mexican War, 1846-7; and to 1860 1820, 198 

163 Civil War, 1861-1865 ^^'2i6'and"32^5^^^' 

163c Societies, G. A. R., etc. [Dorr's rebellion, 

163d Politics, Legislation, Causes, Resu'ts ,., '", 

I Kansas-?* ebraska act, 
163e Diplomacy, Foreign Relations 18.54, 187 

163f Campaigns, Battles [Slavery, John 

Brown, 313 

163h Regimental Histories 

163i Prisons, Hospitals f^^S'*^''-'' commission 

303s 

163j Secret Service 

163k Naval History 

1631 Abraham Lincoln 

163t Illustrative material, Literature, Poems, Celebrations, 

Memorial Day Addresses 
163x Confederate States of America 

163z Biography 

164 Reconstruction Period, 1865-72 [Kegcro problem 3i3f 

See also Local History of Southern States 

165 Later History: 20th Century 
165f Spanish War, 1898 

See also Philippine Islands, 57p 
United States Local History and Travel [State Docs. 284, 285 

Reserve for large classes: 
a for Bibliography 

b for Dictionaries, Gazetteers, Directories 
c for Societies 

d for Colonial or Early Period 
t for Counties and Towns to which no special num- 
ber is assigned [Newsnapers CN 
z for Biography 
Use subscript lower case letters for municipal officers 
or departments, as c for Charter, h for Health, 
1 for Laws, Ordinances, p for Parks, etc. 
Examples : 

Nason. History of Dunstable, Mass. 193t 

D92 
N2 
Dunstable, Charter, 193t 

D92 
c 

171 Alabama 

172 Alaska [Klondike 151y 

Bering Sea, Yukon River 

173 Arizona 

Colorado River 

174 Arkansas 

175 Colorado 

175r Denver; Arapahoe County 

176 Connecticut 
176h Hartford 
176n New Haven 

177 Delaware 
177d New Sweden 



I 



205— United States. Local History (continued) 



178 


District of Columbia, Washington City 


179 


Florida 




Fernando de Soto; Seminole Indians 


180 


Georgia 




Atlanta; Fulton County 


181 


Idaho 


182 


Illinois 


183 


Chicago; Cook County 


184 


Oklahoma 




(Indian Territory, before 1907) 


185 


Indiana 


1851 


Indianapolis; Marion County 


186 


Iowa 


186f 


Des Moines; Polk County 


187 


Kansas 


188 


Kentucky 


188k 


Louisville; Jefferson County 


188v 


Mammoth Cave 


189 


Louisiana 


189n 


New Orleans 


190 


Maine 


190p 


Portland; Cumberland County 


191 


Maryland 


192 


Baltimore 


193 


Massachusetts 


193d 


Colonial History 


193f 


Cambridge; Middlesex County 


193k 


Lowell 


193n 


Salem; Essex County 


193r 


Worcester; Worcester County 


193t 


Other places 


194 


Boston; Suffolk County 


195 


Michigan 


195f 


Detroit; Wayne County 


196 


Minnesota 


196m 


Minneapolis; Hennepin County 


196s 


St. Paul; Ramsey County 


197 


Mississippi 


198 


Missouri 


199 


St. Louis 


200 


Montana 


201 


Nebraska 


201n 


Omaha; Douglas County 


202 


Nevada 


203 


New Hampshire 


204 


New Jersey 


204] 


Jersey City; Hudson County 


204n 


Newark; Essex County 


204p 


Paterson; Passaic County 


205 


New Mexico 



[Guam 57i 
[Hawaii 57h 



[See also 432 
[Louisiana purchase 
153nl 



[Pilgrims. See also 
38 



[Witchcraft 13wn 



[Miss, valley 153n 



[ Kansas-Xebraska act 
187 



Pueblo Indians 147ni 



206 United States. Local History (continued) 



206 


New York 




Adiroiidacks, Hudson River, Thousand Islands 


206d 


Colonial History 


206f 


Albany 


206h 


Brooklyn 


206i 


Buffalo; Erie County 


206k 


Niagara, Falls and River 


206r 


Rochester; Monroe County 


206s 


Syracuse; Onondaga County 


206t 


Other places 


206z 


Biography (include New York City biography) 


207 


New York City. Description, History in general 




Note: Historical societies under 206c. 


207d 


Colonial History to 1800 


207e 


19th Century 


207f 


20th Century 


208 


North Carolina 


209 


North Dakota 


210 


South Dakota 


211 


Ohio 


211d 


Old Northwest; Western Reserve, Ordinance of 1787 


211f 


Cincinnati; Hamilton County 


211g 


Cleveland; Cuyahoga County 


211h 


Columbus; FraiJtlin County 


211n 


Toledo; Lucas County 




Oklahoma. See 184 


212 


Oregon 


212d 


Early Travel and History to 1848 




Boundary question 


212p 


Portland; Multnomah County 


213 


Pennsylvania 


213d 


Colonial History to 1800 


213n 


Allegheny; Allegheny County 


213p 


Pittsburg 


213r 


Reading; Berks County 


213s 


Scranton; Lackawamia County 


213t 


Other places 


214 


Philadelphia 


214c 


Societies, Clubs 




Note: Historical Societies under 213c. 


215 


Rhode Island 


215d 


Colonial History to 1800 


215p 


Providence 


216u 


Charleston 


217 


Tennessee 


217m 


IMemphis; Shelby County 


217n 


Nashville; Davison County 


218 


Texas 


219 


Utah 


219s 


Salt Lake City 



[Indians 147h 



rColumbia River 153p 



[Philippines 57p 
[Porto Rico 255p 



[Mormonism 23 



57 



2331 United States. Local History. California 



220 


Vermont 










221 


Virginia 










221d 


Colonial 


History to 1800 








221r 


Richmond 








222 


West Virg 


inia 








223 


Washington (State) 










Note 


: Before 1853, see also 212 Oregon. 




223p 


Seattle; 


King County 








223r 


Spokane 










223s 


Tacoma ; 


Pierce County 








224 


Wisconsin 










224m 


Milwaukee 








225 


Wyoming ; 


Yellowstone Park 








230 


California. 


Travel, Statistics 








230d 


Directories 








230e 


Early Voyages to 1847, including Overland journeys 






ending in California 








230g 


Gold Era 


I, 1848-1850 








230n 


Southern 


California 






[Lo«-er California 
238f 


230p 


Sierras, 


Yosemite, Tahoe 








230q 


Commerce, Railroads, Transportation 






230r 


Agriculture, Soils, Climates, Fruits, Wines 




230t 


Natural History 








230w 


Geology, 


Mineralogy, Mines, Metallurgy, Earthquakes 


f Earthquake, 190e 
See also 234.\ 


231 


California. 


History in general 








231c 


Newspapers 






[Periodicals 984o 


231d 


Antiquities, Indians, Indian Wars 








231 f 


Spanish Period to 1823 
Missions in general 








231i 


Mexican 


Period, 1824-1846 








231k 


Conquest, 1846-1850 








231m 


Statehood, Sept. 9, 1850- 








231z 


Biography 
Single Counties 










232d 


Alpine 


232t 


Marin 






232e 


Amador 


232u 


Mariposa 






232f 


Butte 


232v 


Mendocino 






232g 


Calaveras 


232w 


Merced 






232h 


Colusa 


232wm 


Modoc 






232i 


Contra Costa 


232x 


Mono 






232in 


Del Norte 


232y 


Monterey 






232j 


El Dorado 


232z 


Napa 






232k 


Fresno 


233d 


Nevada 






232kg 


Glenn 


233dn 


Orange 






2321 


Humboldt 


233e 


Placer 






23211 


Imperial 


233ep 


Plumas 






232m 


Inyo 


233ev 


Riverside 






232n 


Kern 


2.33 f 


Sacramento, 


and River 




232o 


Kings 


233g 


Sacramento 


City 




232p 


Lake 


233h 


San Benito 






232pn 


Lassen 


233i 


San Bernardino 




232q 


Los Angeles 


233j 


San Diego 






232r 


Los Angeles City 


233k 


San Joaquin, 


and River 




232s 


Madera 


2331 


San Luis Obispo 



233in California. Single Counties (continued) 



58 





233m San Mateo 233sn 
233n Santa Barbara 233t 
233o Santa Clara 233u 
233p Santa Cruz 233ut 
233q Shasta 233v 
233qs Sierra 233w 
233qu Siskiyou 233x 
233 r Solano 233y 
233s Sonoma 233z 


Stanislaus 

Sutter 

Tehama 

Trinity 

Tulare 

Tuolumne 

Ventura 

Yolo 

Yuba 


234 


San Francisco 




234a 


Charters 




234b 


Supervisors, Municipal Reports, Mayor's 


Reports 


234c 


Ordinances, Laws, Licenses 




234(1 


Directories 




234e 


Associations, Clubs, Labor Unions 




234g 


Charities and Correction, Social Work 




234h 


Churches, Religious Institutions 




2341 


Commerce, Industries, Business Firms 




234] 


Finances, Auditor, Assessor, Debt 




234k 


Fire Protection and Control 




2341 


Health, Sanitation, Baths, Garbage, Food Supply 


234m 


Lands, Boundaries, Parks 




234n 
234p 


Police [Library A16 

Public Works, Engineer, Streets, Sewers, Harbor. 




Docks 




234r 


Public Utilities 




234rl 


Light and Power 




234rr 


Railways, Transit 




234rt 


Telephones 




234rw 


Water Supply 




234t 
234tv 


History and Politics 
Vigilance Committees 


[Schools 3061 


234x 


Disaster of 1906 




236 

237 
238 


Alameda County, Oakland 
Berkeley 

Mexico. Travel in general 
Local History and Travel 


rUniv. of California 
308 


238e 


Aguas Calientes 




238f 


Baja California; Lower California 
Gulf of California 




238fx 

238g 

238h 


Campeche 

Chiapas 

Chihuahua 




238ht 


Coahuila 




238i 


Colima 




238in 


Durango 




238it 
238] 


Guanajuato 
Guerrero; Acapulco 




238ix 
238k 


Hidalgo 

Jalisco; Guadalajara 





■39 234p South America. History 



238m 


Mexico (State) 






238n 
238p 


Mexico (Federal District and City) 
Michoacan 






238pni 


Morelos 






238pt 
238q 


Nuevo Leon; Monterey 
Oaxaca; Tehuantepec Isthmus 






238qx 


Puebia 






238r 
238rs 


Queretaro 

San Luis Potosi 






2y:8s 


Sinaloa; Mazatlan 






238 1 


Sonora 






238tt 


Tabasco 






238u 

2;;8ut 

238v 


Tamaulipas; Tampico 

Tepee 

Tlaxcala 






238w 


Vera Cruz; Orizaba 






238x 


Yucatan; Merida 






238xt 


Zacatecas 






239 

239a 

239b 


Mexico. History in general 
Bibliography 
Dictionaries, Gazetteers 






239c 


Periodicals; Collections 






239d 
239e 
239f 


Antiquities 

Early History to 1519 
The Conquest, 1519-1540 
Hernando Cortes 




(■Indians 147v- 


239h 


Spanish Period, 1540-1809 






239j 


War for Independence, 1810-21, and 


to 1860 




239k 

239n 

239z 

240 

241 

241g 


European Intervention, 1861-67 

Maximilian 
Later History, 1868- 
Biography 
Central America. Travel and History 
Costa Rica 
Guatemala 


in general 


[War 1846, 162 
[Juarez 239z 
[Diaz 239z 

[Indians 147z 


241k 


Honduras 






241m 


British Honduras; Belize 


, 




241n 
241s 


Nicaragua; Mosquito Coast 
Salvador 






242 


South America. Travel in general 






242n 


Andes Mountains (in general) 






243 

243a 

243b 


Spanish and South America. History in 
Bibliography 
Dictionaries 


general 


[Spanish colonial 
government 271 


243c 


Periodicals; Collections 






243d 
243 f 


Antiquities; Ethnology in general 
War for Independence, 1806-1830 
Simon Bolivar y Ponte 
See also single countries 






243p 


Pirates, Buccaneers, Spanish Main 







244 Argentina 



60 



244 


Argentina, La Plata. Travel in 


general 




244d 


Antiquities, Indians 






244e 


Boundaries question 






244 f 


History in general 






244g 


Before 1810 






244h 


War for Independence, 1810 


-16 




244i 


Later History, 1817-1899; Rosas 




244k 


20th Century 






244t 


Local History and Travel 








244ta Andes (territory) 


244 tm 


Misiones 




244tb Buenos Aires 


244tn 


Neuquen • o,- 




(province) 


244tp 


Pampa [Patagonia 24, v 




244tc Buenos Aires (city) 


244tq 


Rio Negro 




244td Catamarca 


244tr 


Rioia 




244te Chaco 


244ts 


Salta 




244tf Chubut 


244tt 


San Juan 




244tg Cordoba 


244tu 


San Luis 




244th Corrientes 


244tv 


Santa Cruz 




244tl Entre Rios 


244tw 


Santa Fe 




244 tj Formosa 


244tx 


Santiago del Estero 




244 tk Jujuy 


244ty 


Tucuman [Tierra del Fuego 




244 tl Mendoza 




247v 


244z 


Biography 






245 


Bolivia. Travel in general 






245d 


Antiquities, Indians 






245f 


History 




rWar with Chile. 
1879-83, 252p 


245k 


Local History and Travel 






245n 


Biography 






245t 


Uruguay. Travel in general 






245v 


History 






245y 


Local History and Travel 
Montevideo 






245z 


Biography 






246 


Brazil. Travel in general 






246d 


Antiquities; Indians 






246e 


Boundaries 






246f 


History in general 






246h 


History to 1821 






246k 


Empire, 1822-1889. Dom Pedro I-II 




246m 


Republic, 1890- 






246t 


Local History and Travel 








246 ta Alagoas 


246tm 


Parahyba 




246tb Amazonas 


246tn 


Parana 




Amazon River 


246tp 


Pernambuco 




246tc Bahia 


246tq 


Piauhy 




246td Ceara 


246tr 


Rio de Janeiro 




246te Espirito Santo 


247ts 


Rio de Janeiro City 




246tf Goyaz 


246tt 


Rio Grande do Norte 




246tg Maranhao 


246tu 


Rio Grande do Sul 




246th Matto Grosso 


246tv 


Santa Catharina 




246ti Minas Geraes 


246tw 


Sao Paulo 




246tk Para 


246tx 


Sergipe 


246z 


Biography 







61 



251f Paraguay 



247 

247(1 

247e 

247 f 

247h 

247j 

247k 

247t 



247v 



247z 

248 

24Sd 

248f 

248g 

248k 

248n 

248p 

24Sv 

249 

249d 

249f 

249k 

249n 

250 

250(1 

250e 

250k 

250r 

250v 

251 

251d 

251f 



Chile. Travel in general 
Antiquities; Indians 
Boundaries 
History in general 
History to 1810 

War for Independence, lSlO-1824 
Later History, 1824- 
Locai History and Travel 
247 ta Aconcagua 
247tb Antofagasta 
247 tc Arauco 
247td Atacama 
247te Biobio 
247tf Cautin 
247tg Chiloe 
247 th Colchagua 
247 ti Concepcion 
247 tj Coquimbo 
247tk Curico 
247tl Linares 
247tm Llanquihue 
Patagonia, including 
Magallanes (territory) 
Magellan Strait 
Tierra del Fuego 
Falkland Islands 
Biography of Chile 
Colombia, New Granada. Travel 
Antiquities; Indians 
History in general, and to 1810 
Later History, 1810- 
Local History and Travel 
Biography 
Panama, Darien 

Panama Canal Zone 
Ecuador. Travel 
Antiquities; Indians 
History 

Note: Before 1830, see also 248f. 
Local History and Travel 
Biography 
Guiana. Travel and History in general 
Antiquities; Indians 
Boundaries 
British Guiana 

Dutch Guiana, Surinam 
French Guiana, Cayenne 
Paraguay. Travel 
Antiquities; Indians 
History in general and to 1811 
Jesuits in Paraguay 



[War with Peru 2.32p 
[Juan Fernandez .37gj 



247tn 


Malleco 


247tp 


Maule 


247tq 


Nuble 


247tr 


O'Higgins 


247ts 


Santiago 


247tt 


Santiago City 


247tu 


Tacna 


247tv 


Taica 


247tw 


Tarapaca 


247tx 


Valdivia 


247ty 


Valparaiso 


247tz 


Valparaiso City 



[Santa Cruz 244tv 



fPanaina Canal 419]i 



[Galapagos 57gj 



[See also 253e 



2olh Paraguay (continued) 62 

251h History, 1811-1840 

Dr. Francia, Dictator 
251k Later History, 1840- 

251 1 Local History and Travel 

251z Biography 

252 Peru. Travel in general 
252d Antiquities; Indians 
252f History in general 

252h Conquest and Early History to 1548 

Pizarro 
252k Spanish Period, 1548-1820 

252n War for Independence, 1821, and to 1829 

252p Later History, 1830- 

252t Local History and Travel 

Callao; Lima; Lake Titicaca fTacna 247tu 

252z Biography 

253 Venezuela. Travel in general 
253d Antiquities; Indians 

253e Boundaries 

253f History in general, and to 1810 

253g History, 1810-1899 

253h 20th Century 

253 1 Local History and Travel 

Caracas; Orinoco River TBolivar 243f 

253z Biography 

254 Cuba. Travel in general 

254f History in general, and to 1894 [Indians I47z 

254h Insurrection, 1895-1899 ^^I65f®^^' ^^^ ''''° 

254i 20th Century 

254t Local History and Travel 

254th Havana 

254z Biography 

255 West Indies. History and Travel in general 
255e Bermudas 

255 f Bahamas 

255h Haiti 

255i Santo Domingo 

255] Jamaica 

255p Porto Rico 

255q Lesser Antilles; Caribbean Islands 

255r British West Indies 

Barbados, Dominica, Grenadines, St. Lucia, Trinidad 
255t Danish West Indies 

St. Croix, St. John, St. Thomas 
255v Dutch West Indies 

Aruba, Curacao, etc. 
255w French West Indies 

Guadeloupe, Martinique, etc. 



260r Rules of Order 



Ooveriiment, Politics, Droit Public, Theory of State and 
Nation; Sovereignty 
Bibliography 

Dictionaries, Encyclopedias 
Periodicals 

History of Politics and Political Theories 
Political Ethics 
Administration; Methods, Instruments and Powers of 
Government (in general) 
Executive, Cabinet, Ministers 

Veto power (in general) 
Legislature, Legislation 
Direct Legislation 
Initiative and Referendum 
Judiciary, Courts 
Parties (general, comparative) 
Pensions and Salaries, Civil and Military (general and 

local) 
Civil Service (general and local) 
Forms of the State. Revolutions 
Patriarchal, Tribal, Primitive 
Feudalism 

Roman Colonat 
Aristocratic 

Monarchical. Divine Right of Kings 
Representative, Democratic, Republics 
Federal, Federative, Bundestaat, Staatenbunde 
Rights of the Governed 
Civil Liberty 
Equality 
Individualism 

Rights of Assembly, Petition, etc. 
State Interference 
Suffrage — Comparative, general and local 
Conditions and Qualifications 

(Educational, Property, etc.) 
History of Suffrage 

Laws and Manuals of Election Procedure 
Registration 

The Ballot, Voting, Counting 
Secret Ballot, Australian System 
Voting machines 
Corrupt Practices 
Primary Elections, Caucus 
Nominations 
Representation 

Proportional, Preferential, Cumulative, Minority, etc. 
Direct Election, and Recall, of Officials, Senators, etc. 
Rules of Order and Debate. Procedure, Obstruction, 
Closure 



[Utopias 302 w 

[Relations to Kduca- 
tion. Religion. Hy- 
giene, etc. .See 
such subjects 



r Military gov't 024 



f Court practice 296 



[Old age pensions 
311t 



[Villainage 313s 
[Classes 300r 



[Imnerialism 262 
[See also, federations 

like 274. 277d, 

277r, 281f 
[Citizenship. See also 

291p 

[Collectivism. 302 



[Religious liberty 30d 
[Liberty of press A47 



[Woman suffrage 
314r 



[loth Amendment 
281p 



[Election of President 

280f 
[Contested elections 

295t 

[Bossism 280t 



261 Local Government 



64 



261 



261d 
261e 
261f 
261g 
261h 
261k 

261ra 

261p 

261r 
261t 
261v 

261x 

262 
263 



264 
264] 
265 

265e 
265f 
265g 
265h 
265k 
265n 
265q 
265r 
265x 



Local and Municipal Government. United States and in general 
Note: For public documents and works relating to 
individual cities see under local history 

Amsterdam . . 90kni Dublin 

Edinburgh . . 
Galveston . . 
Glasgow . . 
Indianapolis 
Liverpool . , 
London .... 
Los Angeles 
Manchester 
Melbourne . . 
Memphis . . 
Minneapolis - 
Mt. Vernon, 
N. Y 



98r 
99v 

218t 
99w 

185i 
96k 
97k 

232r 
96m 
60r 

217m 
96m 



206t 



Baltimore .... 192 

Berkeley 237 

Berlin 87n 

Boston 194 

Brooklyn 206h 

Brussels 90t 

Buffalo 206i 

Chicago 183 

Cincinnati .... 21 If 
Cleveland .... 211g 

Denver 175r 

Des Moines ... 186f 

Detroit 195f 

In Europe (general and unclassified) 

In England and United Kingdom 

In France 

In Germany 

In other countries (Non-European) 

Charters, Codes, Powers of Municipal Corporations 

Consolidation of Cities 
Commission Plan of Administration 

Concentration of Powers 
Aesthetics, Beautification, Planning 

Nuisances 
Finances, Accounting, Bonds, Debts, Licenses 
Police, Detectives, Spies 
Municipal Engineering, Public Works, Fire Protection 

Note: Mainly books on administration go here 
Public Utilities, Franchises, Municipal Control or 
Ownership, Municipal Trading, Light and Power, 
Telephones, Transportation, Railways, Water 
Colonization, Expansion, Imperialism (in general) 

Government of Colonies and Dependencies 
Constitutional Law. Treatises, Collections 

Note: Political History is classed as History, not 
Politics. 
Foreign and Oriental Constitutions 

Japan 
European States (general and unclassified) Constitu- 
tions and Government 
Balkan States 
Belgium 
Denmark 
Greece (modern) 
Netherlands 

Norway and Sweden and Scandinavia in general 
Portugal 

Russia. Russian Nihilism 
Turkey 



New Orleans . . 189n 

New York City 207 

Oakland 236 

Omaha 201n 

Paris 123 

Philadelphia ... 214 

Providence . . . 215p 

Rome 131 

St. Louis 199 

San Francisco . 234 

Sydney 59k 

Vienna 89pe 

Washington ... 178 
Etc., etc. 



[Charities 303 

[Civil Service 257s 
[Health 485 



[Parks 5191 
[Housing 318u 
[Playgrounds 613 
[Taxation 329 
[Crime 304 
[Streets 405 
[Sewers 423 



[Waterworks 417 



[Local government 
261h 



6;3 



276x Great Britain. Constitution 



266 


Ancient States. Government 






266f 


Greece 






266r 
267 


Rome 
Italy. Government 




[Temporal power 31i 


268 


Germany. German Empire, Government 






268e 


Executive, Kaiser, Ministers, etc. 






268 f 


Legislative, Bundesrath, Reichstag 






268g 
268h 


Judiciary 
Parties 




f Socialistic party 
302m 


268k 


Bismarck 






268p 


Prussia, Government 






268t 


Other German States 






268x 


Colonial System 






269 


Austria-Hmigary. Government 






270 


Spain. Government 






271 


Spanish Colonies 
Spanish-America since Independence 






272 


271d Argentina, La Plata 271n 
271e Bolivia 271p 
271f Brazil 271q 
271g Chile 271r 
271h Colombia 271s 
271i Costa Rica 271t 
271] Ecuador 271u 
271k Guatemala 271 v 
2711 Guianas 271w 
271m Honduras 
France. Government 


Mexico 

Nicaragua 

Panama 

Paraguay 

Peru 

Salvador 

Uruguay 

Venezuela 

West Indies and Cuba 

[ See also 2771 


272e 


Constitutions 






272f 


Executive 






272h 


Legislative 






272k 


Judiciary 






272p 


Parties 






272t 


Colonial System 






272x 


Collected Works of Statesmen 






274 


Switzerland 






275 


Great Britain. Government 






275d 


Executive, Crown, Privy Council, Cabinet 






275f 
275h 
2751 
275k 
275n 


Legislative, Parliament 
History of Parliament 
House of Lords 
House of Commons 

Judiciary, Judicature Acts 




[Suffrage 260 
[Rules of order 260r 
[Local "ov't 261 
[Civil service 257s 
[Pensions 257p 


275p 


Parties 






276 


Great Britain. Constitution 






276f 
276h 


Constitutional Law 
Constitutional History in general 
Early, and to 1485 




[Church and State 

46s 
[Parliament 275h 


276k 


Magna Carta, 1215 






276n 


Tudor and Stuart Periods, 1485-1687 






276r 


From 1688 to date 






276v 


Ireland, mainly before 1801 






276x 


Scotland, mainly before 1707 







277 British Colonies. Government 6ri 

277 British Colonies and Dependencies 
277d Imperialism, Imperial Federation 
277e Africa 

277ev • Public Documents 

277f America, Canada 

277k Public Documents 

2771 West Indies, Bahamas, Bermudas, etc. 

277n Asia and India 

277p Public Documents 

277r Australia 

277s New South Wales 

277t New Zealand 

277u Queensland 

277v South Australia 

277w Tasmania 

277x Victoria 

277y Western Australia 

277z Oceanica, Islands, and Unclassified 

278 British Statesmen and Publicists 

Collected Writings 

279 British Public Documents 

Note: Public documents of nations and states are 
arranged under Government; those of municipalities, 
under Local History. 

Public documents relating specifically to Education, 
Explosives, Finance, Health, Railroads, and the like, 
are located with these subjects. 

280 United States. Government and Politics 

280e Executive. The President fColl. messages 283q 

280f Election and History of Elections 

Individual Elections arranged by year 

280g Cabinet and Departments [Local govt. 261 

280h Legislative. Congress [Election procedure 

2S0i Senate ^^° 

280] House of Representatives [Debates 283c 

280k Judiciary, Courts [Rules of order 260r 

280p Parties [Election of Senators 

280t Political Evils, Bossism, Corruption 

280v Diplomacy, Foreign Relations in general [Socialists 302t 

280x Monroe Doctrine [Grangers 507e 

280z Expansion, Dependencies, Imperialism [Corrupt practices. 

281 United States. Constitution. ^'''' ^^^° ^^^^ 

Constitutional Law 

Note: For constitutional questions regarding the 
President, Congress, and Judiciary, see 280e-280k 
281f Federal Relations, State Rights 

281h Constitutional History, in general 

281i Before 1787 

Articles of Confederation, 1778 [Decbration 1776, 



28i U. S. State Constitutions 



281k 



281n 
28 Ip 
282 



283 

283a 

283b 

283c 

283d 

283e 

283f 

283g 

283i 

283j 

283k 

2831 
283n 



283p 
2S3q 
283qr 
283r 

283t 

283tc 

283td 

283tg 

283tl 

283tt 

283u 

283v 

283w 

283x 



284 



1787-1800. Federal Constitution, Convention, and 
first eleven amendments 



Federalist 

State Conventions and Ratifications 
Since 1800 

13th, 14th and 15th Amendments 
United States. Statesmen and Publicists 

Collected Works, and Biography 
United States. Public Documents 
Congress (sheep-bound reserve) 

Document Catalogs, Indexes 

Directories (except Departmental) 

Annals, Debates, Globe, Record 

American State Papers 
Commerce and Labor 

Commercial Relations 

Consular Reports 
Interior 

Land Office 
Justice (except Supreme Court) 

Attorney General 

Court of Claims 
Navy 

Naval Intelligence Oflice 

Navigation Bureau 
Post Office 

President. Collected Messages 
Printer 
State 

Rolls Bureau 
Treasury 

1st Comptroller 

2d Comptroller 

Comptroller of Currency 

Life Saving Service 

Architect 

Mint 

Revenue Commissions 
War 

Adjutant General 

Inspector General 

Army Register 
United States. State Constitutions, Gov 



Slavery 313 
Lincoln 1631 

Washington 158\v 



Agriculture 521 
Amer. ethnol. bureau 147c 
Amer. hist, assoc. Clc 
Amer. republics bureau 243 
Army war college 305nw 
Astrophvsical observ. 357(1 
Census 309u 
Civil service 257s 
Coast survey 402 
Columbia inst. D. & D. 303il 
Corcoran gallery 641 
District of Columbia 178 
Education bureau 305c 
Engineers 401c 
Engineers, Military 628 
Entomological comm. 471x 
Fish commission 473s 
Geographic names 726 
Geological surveys 426 
Hawaiian docs. 57h 
Health board 486 
Howard univ. 307 
Hvdrographic office 432h 
Indian affairs 147p 
Industrial comm. 318 
Insular affairs 2 80z 
Interstate commerce 413a 
Isthmian canal 419p 
•Judge Advocate army 624 
Labor bureau 318c 
Library of Congress A18 
Lighthouses 3791 
Marine hospitals 480c 
Meteorology 430 
Military academy 305nw 
Mining statistics 555 
Nat. acad. sciences 333c 
Nat. herbarium 521 
Nat. museum 425c 
Nautical almanac 357c. 371 
Naval academy 305nw 
Naval observ. 357d 
Ordnance bureau 625 
Patent office 506iu 
Pensions bureau 257pu 
Philippine docs. 57n 
Porto Rico docs. 255p 
Reclamation service 418 
River commissions 420 
Smithsonian inst. 333c 
Supreme court 299 
Surgeon-Gen. library AlO 
Testing metals 404 
.Water supply 418 
[Weather bureau 430 

ernment and 



Public Documents 
Collected Constitutions. General or comparative works 
on the States. 



284a 


Bibliography 


284g 


Connecticut 


284b 


Alabama 


284h 


Delaware 


284c 


Alaska 


284i 


District of Columbia 


284d 


Arizona 


284j 


Florida 


284e 


Arkansas 


284k 


Georgia 


284f 


Colorado 


2841 


Idaho 



284in U. S. State Constitutions (continued) 



68 





284m 


Illinois 


285f 


New York 






284n 


Indiana 


285g 


North Carolina 




2840 


Iowa 


285h 


North Dakota 




284p 


Kansas 


285i 


Ohio 






284(1 


Kentucky 


285] 


Oklahoma 






284r 


Louisiana 


2S5k 


Oregon 






284s 


Maine 


285m 


Pennsylvania 






284t 


Maryland 


285n 


Rhode Islanc 






284u 


Massachusetts 


285p 


South Carolina 




284v 


Michigan 


285q 


South Dakota 




284w 


Minnesota 


285r 


Tennessee 






2S4x 


Mississippi 


285s 


Texas 






284y 


Missouri 


285t 


Utah 






284z 


Montana 


285u 


Vermont 






285a 


Nebraska 


2S5v 


Virginia 






2S5b 


Nevada 


285w 


Washington 


(State) 




285c 


New Hampshire 


285x 


West Virginia 




285d 


New Jersey 


285y 


Wisconsin 






285e 


New Mexico 


285z 


Wyoming 




286 


California. 


Constitution, Government 








California 


State Documents 








287 


Senate and 


Assembly Journal 








287a 


Bills, Cons 


titutional Amendments 


Calendar 




287ac 


• Assembly 


Bills 






[Statutes 297f 


287af 


Senate Bills 








287am 


Assembly Amendments, Joint Resolutions 






287an 


Senate Amendments, Joint Resc 


lutions 






287at 


Final Calendar 








287b 


Miscellaneous, single documents. 


otherwise 


unclassified. 














[Agriculture 507c 




arranged by date 








287c 


Joint Committee Reports 






[Architecture 600e 


287ce 


Assembly 


Committee Reports 






[Banks 330c 


287cf 


Senate Committee Reports 






[Charities 303c 


287cl 


Lists of Members, Committees, etc., of Legislature 


[Constitution 286 


287d 


Adjutant General 






[Dairy Slide 


287dg 


National 


Guard 






[Education 3061 


287e 


Attorney General 








287ef 


Capitol Commissioners 






[Fish and Game 473c 


287et 


Conservation Commission 






[Forestry 520 


287f 


Control Board 






[Fruit gro^vers 514c 


287g 


Controller 








[Geology 230w 


287gf 


Examiners Board (continued in 


Control Board) 


[Health 486 


287h 


Defectives 


(Institutions for) 






[Horticulture 514c 


287hd 


Deaf, Dumb, Blind; Berkeley 






287hf 


Adult Blind; Oakland 






[Insurance 311c 


287i 


Engineer 








[Labor 318e 


287j 


Equalization Board 






[Laws 297f 


287k 


Governor 








[Library A17 


287kf 


Messages, Inaugurals 










Note 


By Governor's name; 


not by date. 


[Mining 230w 


287m 


Harbor Commission 






[Normal schools 3061n 


287me 


Eureka 








[Railroads 409d 


287ms 


San Diego 






[Revenue 329 



Ci» 



291k International Law 



287n Highways Bureau 

287ni Industrial Accident Board 

287p Insane — Lunacy Commission 

287pa Agnews Hospital 

287pm Mendocino Hospital 

287pn Xapa Hospital 

287ps Sonoma Home; Eldridge 

287pv Southern California Hospital 

287px Stockton Hospital 

287r Medical Examiners Board 

287rd Dental Examiners Board 

287ro Optometry Board 

287rp Pharmacy Board 

287s Printer 

287t Prison Directors Board 

287 tf Folsom Prison 

287tr San Quentin Prison 

287u Public Works Commissioner 

287ud Debris Commission 

287v Reform Schools 

287vm Marysville 

287vp Preston 

287VW Whit tier 

287w State Secretary 

287wv Motor Vehicle Department 

287x Surveyor General 

287xf Land Commissioner 

287xs Swamp Land Commissioner 

287xt Tide Land Commissioner 

287z Treasurer 

287zl Loan Commissioner 

287zv Veterans' Home 

287zw Water Commission 

289 Law, Jurispnulence. Philosophy, General Treatises 
289a Bibliography. Catalogs of Law Libraries 

289b Dictionaries 

289c Periodicals, Bar Association Reports 

289d History, Origin, of Law 

289f Law Reforms 

289g Ethics 

289ni Study, Education, Admission to Bar, Brief Making 

289n Law Schools. Publications, Reports 

289w Wit, Maxims, Phrases 

289x Collected, Miscellaneous Works, Essays 

289z Biography: Bench and Bar 

290 Natural Law 

291 International Law, Admiralty. Maritime 
291g Ambassadors, Consuls. Diplomatic Agents 
291i International Arbitration 

291k Hague Tribunal 



[Silk culture 588 

[Stallion registration 
510h 



[Veterinary olOvc 
[^'iticulture 513 
[Weather 430 
[Yosemite 230p 



[Canon law 46 
[Constitutional law 

263 
[Medical law 481 



[See also 17 

[Treaties 84d 

[Lit. cop.vright A48 

[Peace 623e 



291p Private International Law 

291p Private International Law. Conflict of Laws, Aliens, 

_.,. ,. _-, ^ j.^. ,, , ,. .. f Military law 624 

Citizenship, Extradition, Naturalization 

292 Roman, Civil Law. General Treatises; Analyses 

Note: Modern civil law goes under 293. 

292d History of Roman Law 

292e Ante-Justinian, XII Tables, Texts, Commentaries 

292f Gains. Texts, Commentaries 

292g Ulpianuc. Texts, Commentaries 

292h Justinianus. Corpus juris civilis, and Comment 

292i Code. Texts, Commentaries 

292j Digest, Pandects, and Commentaries 

292k Institutes and Commentaries 

2921 Novellae and Commentaries 

292n Post-Justinian Law 

292p Rights of Property; Possession 

292r Obligations, Contracts, Commercial Law 

292t Rights of Persons, Citizenship, Family, etc. 

292v Criminal Law 

292x Actions, Procedure. 

293 National Law. General; unclassified 

Note: National or State law on any subject, as 
Patents (294v), Taxation (295x), goes with the 
subject. 

293d Ancient (other than Roman) [Hebrew 2 it 

293dg Greek 

293f Anglo-Saxon, Anglo-Norman 

293g English 

293h French 

293i German, Salic 

293m Spanish, Spanish-American 

293n Swiss 

293u United States; Interstate Law 

294 Common Law. General and Elementary Treatises 
294d Commercial, Mercantile Law 

294e Agency, Attorney and Client, Brokers and Factors, 

Partnership 
294f Private Corporations; Franchises 

294g Baihiients and Carriers, Railways, Innkeepers, Public 

Service Corporations 
294h Banking 

294i Insurance, Average 

294j Negotiable Instruments, Bills, Notes, Checks, Bonds, 

Stocks 
294k Bankruptcy, Assignment, Debtor and Creditor 

2941 Contracts, Sales (Personal Property), Auctions, 

Obligations 
294m Guaranty and Suretyship, Bonds (Official), Pledges, 

Usury 
294n Combinations, Monopolies, Restraint of Trade, Labor, 

Boycotts, Strikes 



71 296t Legal Procedure 

294q Property Law, Real and Personal. Tenures 

294r Conveyancing, Deeds, Estates, Mortgages, Mortmain, 

Vendor and Purchaser 
294rf Forms in Conveyancing; Notaries Public 
294s Lands, Boundaries, Easements, Eminent Domain, High- ,,, , ,^_ 

(rarm law o07e 

ways, Torrens System 
294t Landlord and Tenant, Fixtures, Dilapidations, Rent, 

Waste 
294u Mining Law [Copyright A48 

294v Patent Law 

294w Waters, Irrigation, Riparian Rights 
294x Wills, Inheritance, Annuities, Descent, Dower 

295 Law of Persons [Probate law 296v 

295d Domestic Relations, Family, Husband and Wife, Parent [Right of asylum 46 

and Child, Guardian and Ward 
295 f Marriage and Divorce 

295g Married Women 

295h Master and Servant, Apprentices, Employers' Liability, 

Factory Acts 
295k Torts. Negligence, Damages, Damnum absque injuria. 

Deceit, Libel, Malice, Nuisances, Trespass 
2951 Equity. Accidents, Charitable Uses, Fraud and Mistake, 

Specific Performance, Trusts and Uses 
295n Administrative Law: Public Officers 
295r Justices, Sheriffs, Constables, Coroners 

295t Contested Elections, and Cases 

295v Public and Municipal Corporations 

295x Revenue, Taxation 

295z Criminal Law. Abduction, Arson, Assau'.t, Forgery, fganitgi-j. i^,^ 435 

Gaming, Homicide, Malpractice, etc. 

296 Procedure, Pleading and Practice, Actions and Defense, [Crime 304 

Limitations, Parties-at-Law, Remedies [Juv-enile courts 304i 

296e Antiquated Customs, Benefit of Clergy, Ordeal, Tor- 

ture, Wager of Battle, etc. 

296f Forms, Entries, Clerks' Assistants, Precedents 

296h Code Practice, Rules [Conveyancing forms 

296i Criminal Practice, Rules 

296j Equity, Chancery, Practice, Rules 

Discovery, Injunction, Receivers 

296k English Courts Practice, Rules 

296m Federal Courts Practice, Rules 

296n State Courts Practice, Rules 

296p Evidence, Experts, Nisi prius. Oaths, Statute of 

Frauds 

296q Jury System [Grand jury 2961 

296r Judgment and Execution, Attachment, Arbitration and 

Award, Arrest and Bail, Claim and Delivery, 
Costs, Ejectments, Liens, Replevin 

296t Appeals, Extraordinary Remedies; Special Procedure, 

Assumpsit, Certiorari, Habeas Corups, Juris- 
diction, Mandamus, Prohibition, Quo warranto 



[Dueling 614k 



296v Probate Law 71 

296v Probate Law, Administrators and Executors, Assets rwiiis 294x 

297 Statute Law, Codes [Kxeeutm-s- account- 

ing 618t 
297f California Statutes 

Note: In a general library, statutes relating to 
Education, Finance, etc.. may be arranged with such 
subjects, if preferred. See note under 293. 

299 Reports, Digests 
299t Trials 

300 Sociology, Social Science 

Social Problems, Social Reform ^^"'j"' ''^'''' ^^' 

Manners, Customs, Institutions in general ' ""ox ^^^^ ° °^^ 

300a Bibliography 

300b Dictionaries, Encyclopedias 

300c Periodicals, Societies, Congresses [Heraldry 6ih 

300r Ranks, Classes [Indian castes 71 

301 History of Civilization, Culture, Progress, Degeneracy, [National character 

in general ^^" 

Note: Antiquities and specific national civilization 
go in local history 

301 f Ancient 

301k Medieval f^^^^ •^'*^"*"-^- ^^' 

301n Modern . [19th Century 84m 

302 Socialism, Communism, Collectivism, Economic Indi\idual- 

[ Political individual- 
ism ism 259 

302c Periodicals 

302d History of Socialism 

302e In Europe, general and unclassified 

The International 
302 f In England 

302g Robert Owen 

302i In France 

302j Fourier 

302k C. H. de St. Simon, 1760-1825 

302m In Germany. Social Democratic Party 
302p Lassalle 

302r Marx 

302t In United States. Socialist Party 

302u In other countries (Non-European) 

Australia, etc. 
302v Christian Socialism 

Catholic Socialism 
302w Utopias 

Note: Books about actual experiments, both social- 
istic and communistic (Brook Farm, Harmony, Icaria, 
etc.) go under country as above. 
302x Communism (alone) [P«[^„[°'^!^^""e' 

302y Syndicalism, I. W. W. [Russian nihilism 

302z Anarchism ^^^"^ 

303 Social Service, Charities, Poor Laws 
303d Deaf, Dumb, Blind 

303 f Social, College, Settlements, Hull House 



j:i 



305i Secondary Education 



303h 

303s 

303u 

303x 

304 

304cl 

304i 

304p 

304w 

305 

305d 

305dd 

305de 

305df 

305dg 

305dh 

305di 

305dk 

305dl 

305dn 

305do 

305dp 

305dq 

305dr 

305dv 

305dx 

305e 

305ee 

305ef 

305eh 

305ek 

305en 

305ep 

305er 

305es 

305et 



305ev 
305ew 
305ey 
305 f 



305g 

305gs 

305h 

305i 



Humane Work, Cruelty to Animals, Vivisection 
Sanitary Commission, Red Cross 
Unemployed, Vagrancy, Tramps 
Childhood, Boyhood, Children, Clubs, Institutions 
Crime, Public Morals, Punishment, Social Pathology 
Death Penalty 

Juvenile Crime, Courts, Reformatories 
Prisons, Prison Discipline 
Prostitution, Social Evil 
Education. Philosophy, Collected Works 
History of Education 

Ancient 

Medieval, Renaissance 

Asia 

Jewish 

Mohammedan, Turkey 

Belgium, Holland, Scandinavia 

France 

Germany, Austria 

Great Britain 

British Colonies, Canada, etc. 

Italy, Spain, Portugal 

Russia 

Switzerland 

United States 

Spanish America, Mexico . 
Pedagogy, Teaching, Methods, Courses of Study 

Geography 

History, Politics, Civics 

Mathematics 

Chemistry, Physics, Mechanics 

Natural Science, Nature Study 

Botany, School Gardens, Agriculture 

Physiology; Instruction in Sex 

Zoology, Biology 

Language, Literature 
Note: Teaching of any particular language goes 
with the grammar of that language 

Reading 

Ancient Classics 

English 
Government, Organization, Superintendence 

Discipline, Inspection, Feeding of Pupils 

Teachers' Appointments, Salaries, Pensions 
Elementary, Primary, Education 

Object Teaching, Montessori 

Story- telling 
Kindergarten, Friedrich Froebel 
Secondary; Grammar and High; Academic and Normal 



[ Ilc.iisins 318u 
ILaliDi- ;U8 
K'liild labor 318ii 
I Child hveiene 484 
[National degeneracy 

301 
I Detectives 2Glt 



I Phvbical education 
614 



(Drawing 642- 
r Music 669 
[Singing 677 
[Stuttering 895 
'Writing; A32 
[Art 633f 
[Sex hygiene 484n 
[Sex psychology lOfs 



[Finances 305s 



305 j Secondary Education (continued) 



305j 



305k 

305kk 
305kl 
305kn 
305n 

305nv 

305nw 

305p 

305ph 

305pn 

305pr 

30.5pt 

305q 

305qe 

305r 

305s 

305u 

305w 
305y 
305z 
306 

3061 

3061u 

307 

3071 

307s 

308 

309 

309f 

309u 

310 

311 

311e 

311f 

311fe 

3111 

311p 

311t 
311x 

312 
312ra 



Individual Secondary Institutions. Publications and 

books about them. German Gymnasia, English 

Endowed Schools, etc. 
Superior, Higher, Collegiate, Post-Graduate, Classical, [i^^w schools 289n 



fFraternities 312x 

[Medical education 
480r 



[Psychology 10 
[Memory lOq 



[Ethics 14 



[Hygiene of 

children 484p 



Liberal, Degrees 

France 

Germany 

Great Britain 
Technical, Manual, Industrial 

Military, Naval 

Vocational 

U. S. Military Academy, Army War College 
Psychology of Education 

Mnemonics, Memory Training 

Child-study 

Mental Development 

Adolescence I »ev instruction 

SOoer 

Moral Education, Minor Morals, Formation of Character [Sunday schools 45m 
Etiquette, Politeness, Manners 

Religious; Non-Sectarian, Bible in Schools 

State and Education, Public vs. Private 
Municipal and State Support, Taxation for Schoo's 

Self-Culture, Chautauqua, Continuation Schools, 
University Extension 

Women's Education, Co-education 

School Hygiene, Architecture, Ventilation 

Biography of Educators 
School Reports and other publications of State and 
Municipal Boards and Schools 

California Public Schools. Reports, etc. 

California Normal Schools. Reports, etc. 
Higher Institutions. Colleges, Universities 

California Private Colleges and Schools 

Stanford University 

University of California 
Population, Immigration, Vital Statistics 

Aciatic, Chinese, Japanese, Immigration 

United States Census (all publications) 
Intemperance, Liquor TraflBc 
Insurance 

Marine Insurance, Lloyds 

Fire Insurance 
Extinction of Fires, Fire Departments 

Life Insurance, Annuities 

Industrial Insurance, Compulsory Insurance of Work- 
ingmen. Compensation Acts 

Old Age Insurance 

Tables (of all kinds). Forms 
Secret Orders, Friendly Societies 

Freemasonry 



[Berkeley 237 
[Census general 332 

[Liquors 516 

[Phvsiolo-'ical effects 
484h 

[Insurance law 294i 



[Fireurooting 59 Ix 



[Pensions 257p 



[Rosicrucians 13r 
[Political secret orders 
under local history 



(O 



332 Statistics 



312x 

313 

313f 

313s 

314 

314d 

314f 

314m 

314mg 

314p 

314r 

314rt 

315 

315h 

315p 

315t 

315z 

316 

317 

318 

318c 

318f 

318n 

318s 

318u 

319 

319s 

320 

321 

322 

323 



524 



College Fraternities 
Slavery 
Negro in Freedom: Education, Political Status, etc. 
Serfdom, Villainage 
Woman. General works, History 
Collected Biography 
Family, Domestic Relations 
Marriage, Divorce 

Polyandry, Polygamy 
Employments 

Political Status, Legal Rights 
Woman Suffrage 
Political Economy 
History of Political Economy 
Economic Theory, Theory of Value, Philosophy of 

Economics, Laissez faire 
Economic History. Conservation (in general) 

Note: Subdivide by country. 
Biography of Economists 
Land, Public Lands, Rent 

Capital, Property, Investments, Interest, Profit 
Labor, Production 

Periodicals, Labor Bureau Reports 
Protection of Laborers, Accidents Prevention 
Labor of Children 

Standards of Living, Household Budget 
Housing, Homes, Tenements, Model Villages 
Wages 

Profit-sharing 
Trade Unions, Gilds, Strikes, Arbitration 
Co-operation, Building Associations 
Distribution, Competition, Monopoly, Trusts 
Commerce and Trade 
Commercial Treaties 

Note: City boards of trade, chambers of commerce 
under local history. 
Prices, Supply and Demand, Speculation, Crises, Stock 

Exchange 
Free Trade, Tariff Reform, Reciprocity 
Protection (Protective works only) 
Money, Coinage, Bimetalism, Currency 
Public Finance, Public Debts, Budget, Sinking Fund 

Note: City Finances under local history. 
Taxation, Revenue 
Income Taxation 
Inheritance Taxation 
Single Tax on Land; Henry George 
Banking, Credit, Exchange, Clearing House, Trust Com- 
panies 
Statistics (General, not relating to any special subject) 
Almanacs 



[Liberty 259 
[Feudalism 2.58f 

[Education 8il.")\v 
[See also 295f-g 



[Land law 294s 
[Feudal tenure 258f 
[Property law 294q 
[Repartition 302 

[Efficiency 617e 
[Labor law 294n 
[Mininij accidents 

554e 
[Woman labor .314p 
[Agricultural labor 

507e 



[Socialism 302 
[Commercial geogr. 

54m 
[Transportation 620 



fAccounting 618 



[Numismatics Gin 



[Tax law 295.x 



I 



333 Science 76 

333 Science (Physical). History, General works 

Classification of Knowledge or Sciences 

334 Collected Works of Scientists covering several subjects; 

Scientific Essays 
334n Ostwald's Klassiker der exacten wissenschaften 

335 Metrology, Weights, Measures 

336 Scientific Instruments, Apparatus in general [Chemical 524 

337 Mathematics. Philosophy, History [Teaching 305eh 
337m Unclassified, Recreations, Paradoxes 

338 Collected works of Mathematicians 

339 Tables, Logarithms [See also 374, 393d, 

340 Arithmetic, Elementary Computations Continued *' 

Fractions, Numerical Series, Approximations 

341 Theory of Numbers, Congruences, Partitions 

342 Algebra, Elementary; Allgemeine Arithmetik 

343 Higher Algebra. Invariants, Quantics. Linear Trans- 

formations, Substitutions, Theory of Equations, 
Theory of Groups, Symmetric Functions, De- 
terminants 

344 Extensive, Multiple, Algebra. Imaginaries, Quarternions, 

Ausdehnungslehre, Equipollences, Linear Asso- 
ciative Algebra, Vector Analysis, Geometrical 
Calculus 

345 Series and Limits (Trigonometric, etc.) 

346 Lower Analysis. Probabilities, Permutations, Finite 

Differences, Least Squares, Error of Observa- 
tion 

347 Higher Analysis. Fluxions, Differential and Integral [integrators 336 

Calculus, Maxima and Minima 
347e Definite Integrals 

347g Differential Geometry; Application of Higher Analysis 

to Geometry 
347h Hyper-Geometric Functions, Spherical Harmonics, 

Bessels' Functions, Kugelfunctionen 
347v Calculus of Variations 

348 Differential .Equations 

350 Theory of Functions and Complex Variables 
350e Elliptic Functions 

350h Hyper-Elliptic, Abelian, Theta, Functions 

351 Geometry, Elementary (non-algebraic) 

352 Projective, Descriptive, Geometry, "Modern," "Pure" [Mechanical drawing 

Geometry, Shades, Shadows, Stereotomy ^^^ 

352g Line Geometry, Comp'exes [Perspective 643 

353 Analytic, Solid, Geometry (algebraic) [Map making 362m 

Plane, Loci, Conies, Co-ordinate, Higher Curves 

354 Absolute, Non-Euclidian Geometry. Hyper-Space, [Goniometry 439 

N- Dimensions 

355 Trigonometry 



379w Wave Theory of Light 

Astronomy. Descriptive, General 
Collected works of Astronomers 

Observatory Publications (except Star catalogs) 
History of Astronomy, Collected Biography 

Astrology 
Universe, Cosmogony, Origin of Worlds, Milky Way, [Cosmology I7k 

Space, Ether 

360 Physical, Theoretical, Astronomy 

Attraction, Gravitation, Motions, Orbits, Perturl)ations 
Pendulum Experiments, Three Bodies Problem 

361 Spherical, Practical Astronomy fXiuitic;i! astion. (i2i 
361d Instruments, Observatories, Horology, Chronometers, ,,, , , ,. , , 

' ^•" [Culenrhir Old 

Time Reckoning 

362 Geodesy, Triangulation, Figure of the Earth, Azimuth, [Surveying 402 

Latitude and Longitude Determination 
362m Map-making, Projection [Physiography 432 

363 Earth; including Orbit, Seasons, Tides 

364 Moon 

365 Sun 

Corona, Eclipses, Transits of Venus, etc. 

366 Solar System, Planets, Asteroids 

367 Stars, Stellar Parallax 

368 Nebulae, Nebular Hypotheses 

369 Comets, Meteors [Meteorites 438m 

370 Atlases, Maps, Drawings, Photographs 

371 Catalogs of Stars, Ephemerides 

371x Astronomical Tables, Constants, Formulae 

372 Physics. General Treatises, Collected works [Chemical physics 526 
372h History of Physics 

373 Physical Measurements, Laboratory Practice ''^'^Is'^'d*' ^'*^'^' "^^'^" 

374 Tables, Formulae, Constants 

375 Mechanics, Theoretical. Theoretical Statics, Dvnamics, [S*«J''''*-'" "^ '''"i'* 

o98 

Equilibrium 
375e Theory of Elasticity, Inertia [Graphostatics 407 

375f Conservation of Energy 

375n Animal Mechanics 

376 Heat, Thermodynamics, Mechanical Theory of Heat- 

Conduction 
376d Tables, Measurements 

376t Refrigeration, Ice Machines, Cold Storage, Cooling [X-rays 382x 

Towers, Gas Liquifaction 

377 Molecular Physics, Constitution of Matter, Capillarity, [Atomic theory 525t 

Radiation [Hearing lOj, 494 

378 Sound, Acoustics 

[Music theorv Gil 

379 Light, Optics. Fluorescence, Phosphorescence 

379d Photometry, Tables, Measurements [Photography 550 

379i Optical Instruments [Surveying 4p2i 

3791 Lighthouses [Telescope 361d 

379w Wave Theory of Light, Sound, Ether [Microscopy 428 



380 Spectroscopy 78 

380 Spectroscopy, Spectrum Analysis, Polarization 

381 Color, Physiological Optics r sight lOi, 494 

382 Electricity. General works on Electricity and Magnetism 

(together) 
382d Tables, Measurements 

„„« „ ,. ... ,, T^ T-. i /-, ^1 J T1 [Radiation in general 

382x Radio-activity. X-Rays; Roentgen, Cathode, Rays 377 

383 Magnetism f Radium, medical use, 

384 Terrestrial Magnetism, Aurorae, Compass, Variations, "^ 

Magnetic Surveys 

385 Electrostatics 

3851 Atmospheric Electricity, Lightning Rods 

386 Electrodynamics, Electromagnetism, Galvanism, Voltaic 

Electricity, Induction, Alternating Currents 

387 Electrical Engineering, Applied Electricity f Electrolysis 534e 

388 Dynamo-Electric Machinery, Motors 
3S8r Electric Railroads 

38St Telephone, Microphone, Phonograph 

389 Electric Light 

390 Electric Telegraph, Wireless Telegraphy, Telautography, 

Coherer, Submarine 

393 Mechanical Engineering ^^^"59^ '^"^'neering 
393d Tables Formulae, Handbooks 

394 Kinematics of Machinery 

395 Machine Construction 

396 Mechanisms: Cams, Chains, Valves, Cranes, Gearing, [Machine design 644 

etc. 
Note. Machinery of any special industry is placed 
under such subject. 

397 Machine Too'.s, Mill Work, Shop Practice 

398 Pneumatics: Air, Gases, Steam 

398r Aeronautics, Balloons, Aviation, Aeroplanes [Army use 626t 

399 Steam Engineering, Forced Draft, Steam Turbines [Fuels 541 
3991 Locomotive Engine 

399n Boilers, Furnaces, Smoke Prevention [Furnaces in metal- 

400 Other Motors: Air, Diesel, Gas, Vapor, Solar Engines; "'^■^' 

Automobiles, Windmill, Wave Motor 

401 Civil Engineering 

Note: Administrative side of Municipal Engineering 
under 261v. 
401 1 Tables, Formulae, Handbooks, Specifications 

402 Surveying: Marine, Mine, Military, Plane, Topographical [Geodesy 362 
402i Surveying Instruments [Drawing 644t 

403 Materials of Engineering. Building Materials, Coatings, [R.r. surveys 410 

Preservatives 
403m Cement, Limes, Mortars [Paints 539 

403w Woods 

404 Strength of Materials, Elasticity, Tensility, etc. [Tunnels 557 

405 Roads, Streets, Pavements 
405e Earthwork, Embankment 

405f Foundations, Retaining Walls, Piling 



426f U. S. Geological Surveys 



406 Statics of Structures, Arches 

407 Graphical Statics 

408 Bridges, Roofs 

409 Railways, Railway Transportation' 
409a Bibliography 
409b Dictionaries 
409c ■ Periodicals. Societies 
409d Commission Reports 
409e Company Reports 

410 Engineermg. Survey, Location, Road 

tion, Rails, Track 
Elevated Railways 
Subways 

411 Plant. Equipment, Rolling-stock, Buildings 

412 Organization, Operation, Train Service, Signals, Acci- 

dents, Employes 

413 History; general and unclassified 
413a American and Canadian 

413e British 

413f French 

413g German, Prussian, Saxon, etc. 

413i Italian 

413k Swiss 

413n Regu'.ation, Taxation, State Aid and Control 

413 1 Traffic. Classification, Rates, Pools, Rebates 

413x Finance. Stocks, Bonds 

414 Hydromechanics, Theoretical 

415 Hydraulic Machines, Pumps, Turbines, Wheels, Meters, 

Motors. Rams, etc. 

415d Dredges, Dredging 

416 Hydraulic Engineering 
416d Tables, Formulae 

417 Waterworks, Dams, Reservoirs, Aqueducts 

418 Irrigation, Drainage, Land Reclamation 

419 Canals and Waterways in general 
419h Chesapeake and Ohio Canal 
419p Panama Canal 

419s Suez Canal 

420 Rivers: Control, Levees, etc. 

421 Harbors, Docks, Marine Constructions 

422 Water Supply, Wells 

423 Sanitary Engineering, Sewers 
425 >'atural Science, Natural History 
425c Periodicals, Societies 

425d Scientific Expeditions and Voyages 

426-427 Natural History, Geological Surveys, Local Geo'ogy 



fBuilding 590, 591 



f Transportation, 
general 620 



bed. Construe- fE:,rth\vork 405e 



[Bridges 408 
[Tunnels 557 
i Locomotive 3991 
[Car building 596 

fp:iectric 388r 
I California 230n 



[Carriers law 294g 
[Accounts 618t. R-' 



[Panama 248p 

[Boring wells 557 

[Health 485 
[Plumbing 592 
[Nature study 305en 



426k U. S. Geological Surveys (continued) 



80 



426k United States. Geological Survey, 1880- 

426t United States. State Surveys and Geology 

Note: Arrange alphabetically, with L. C. numbers. 
Official publications precede monographic works. 

426v Canada 

Note: Arrange divisions under 426t-427z alphabeti- 
cally with Cutter numbers. 

426x Mexico 

426xf Central America 

426xt West Indies, Bermudas, Antilles 

426z South America 

427 Europe, Mediterranean Islands. General, unclassified 
427d Austria-Hungary, Bohemia 

427e Belgium, Netherlands 

427f France 

427g Germany 

427i Great Britain, England, Ire'and, Scotland, Wales 

427j Greece 

427k Italy 

427m Portugal 

427n Russia, Finland 

427p Scandinavia. Denmark, Iceland, Norway, Sweden 

427r Spain 

427s Switzerland 

427t Asia 

427v Africa 

427x Australia 

427z Oceanica 

428 Microscopy in general 

Note. Applications also under Botany, Biology, etc. 

429 Meteorology. Atmospheric Phenomena 

Rain, Snow, Winds, Weather 
429h Climatology, Temperature 

430 Meteorological Observatory Publications 

431 Geology, Descriptive and general 

432 Physiography in general. Surface of the Earth, Caves 

Note: Physiography, Altitudes, etc., of any country 
go with Travel and Description of that country. 
432h Hydrography: Ocean, Currents, Coasts 

Sailing Directions 

433 Physical Geology; Dynamic; Stratigraphic 
433m Mountains 

434 Glaciers, Glacial Epoch 

435 Volcanoes, Earthquakes 

436 Economic Geology, Ore Deposits, Mineral Resources 

437 Petrography, Lithology 

438 Mineralogy 
438m Meteorites 
438p Precious Stones 

439 Crystallography, Goniometry 

440 Paleontology 

441 Paleobotany 



[California 230w 



[Alps 133p 



[Medical climates 
484r 



[Marine surveying 
402 

[Tides 363 



[Mines 5.55 
[Building stone 403 
[Blowpipe 527p 



81 -458 Economic Botany 

442 Botany in general [Teaching 305ep 

Text -books; Collected works of Botanists 
Bibliography 

Dictionaries, Indexes, Nomenclators 
Periodicals, Societies 
History of Botany, History of Plants 
Essays, Lectures, Addresses 

Herbaria, Collecting, Preservation [Plant folklore 99in 

Plants. Emblems, Language. Curiosa 
Biography of Botanists 
Morphology, Anatomy of Plants, Structural Botany 

Root 

Stem 

Bark 

Leaf 

Reproductive Parts 

Flower 

Seeds, Fruit 

Appendages 
Teratology, Abnormalities 

Histology, Cytology [The Cell 459 

Embryology 
Physiology 

Nutrition, Metabolism, Sap, Transpiration 

Growth 

Irritability, Movements 

Reproduction, Pollination, Phylogeny, Heredity 
Plant Diseases and Cures; Spraying, etc. 

Plant Geography, Ecology [Horticulture 5i4 

Systematic Botany; Manuals, Keys 

Cryptogams 

Algae 

Fungi 

Lichens 

Mosses 

Ferns 
Phanerogams [Forest trees .520 

Trees and Shrubs 
Floras, arranged topographically 
North America and United States [Flower culture 5i9 

Canada [Grains 512 

Mexico, Central America, West Indies, Bermudas [Grasses 5iif 
South America 
Europe 

Asia, including Japan 
Africa 

Oceanica [Useful plants 517 

Australasia 
Arctic, Antarctic 
Economic Botany, Commercial, Medical, Herbals r^r . ■ i- -r.- 

[Materia medica .oO.') 



459 Biology in general 



82 



459 Biology of Plants and Animals 

Origin of Life, Protoplasm. Spontaneous Generation 

459d Geographical Distribution of Plants and Animals 

460 Evolution. Variation, Natural Selection 
460h Heredity 

460k Eugenics, Genetics 

461 Zoology, in general 

461d History. Essays, Addresses 

461e Collectors' Manuals, Taxidermy 

461 f Taxonomy 

461g Zoological Gardens, Menageries 

461h Aquaria, Biological Laboratories 

461p Parasites, Entozoa 

462 Comparative Anatomy, Physiology, Morphology 
462h Histology, including Human Histology 

463 Embryology, including Human Embryology 

464 Invertebrates 

464p Protozoa, Foraminifera, Infusoria, Rhizopoda 

465 Coelenterata, Radiata 

466 Echinodermata 

467 Worms, Annelida, Polyzoa, Bryozoa, etc. 

468 Mollusca 
468x Brachiopoda 
468z Cephalopoda 

469 Arthropoda, Crustacea, Myriopoda 

470 Arachnida, Spiders 

471 Insects 

471d Diptera, Mosquitoes 

4711 Lepidoptera, Butterflies, Moths 

471n Coleoptera, Beetles 

471r Hemiptera, Rhynchota 

471x Injurious, Beneficial Insects 

472 Vertebrates 

472t Tunicata, Ascidians 

473 Fishes 

473c Fish and Fisheries Periodicals 

473x Fish Culture, Fisheries; Oyster and Pearl Industries 

473z Amphibia, Batrachia 

474 Reptiles, Turtles 

475 Birds 

475x Cage Birds, A'/iaries 

476 Mammals 

477 Man, Anthropology, Natural History of Man 
477e Evolution, Descent, Homologies, Color 
477r Prehistoric Remains 

Note: Antiquities of any country go under History. 

478 Ethnology, Races, Migrations 
478n Anthropometry 

478p Craniology 



[Descent of man 477e 
[Animal behavior lOz 



[Language of animals 
lOz 



[Animal folklore 99 In 
[Hnman 482, 483 



[Pathogenic protozoa 
500" 



[Bees 510e 

[Phylloxera 515p 
[Domestic animals 
510 



[Whales 476 
[Fishing 615 



[Sociology 300 
[ Anthropol. 

geography 54f 

[Evolution in general 
460 

[Language affinities 
682, 725 



83 



503 Diseases of Women 



480 

480a 

480b 

480c 

480e 

480h 

480m 

480r 

4S0s 

481 

482 

483 

484 



486 

487 



492 



493 

493c 

494 

495 

496 

497 

498 

499 

500 

500v 

501 

503 



3Iedicine 

Bibliography 
Dictionaries 

Periodicals, Societies, Hospital Reports 
Ethics 

History of Medicine, Medical Delusions 
Medieval Authors 
Medical Education 
Medical Schools. Publications 
Medical Jurisprudence 
Human Anatomy, Dissection, Osteology 
Human Physiology 

Personal Hygiene, Health. Baths, Clothing, Exercise. 
Employments 

Longevity, Old Age 

Diet, Nutrition, Vegetarianism 

Stimu'.ants, Alcohol, Narcotics: Use, Effects 

Sex Hygiene 

Children, Hygiene and Care 
Health Resorts, Climate in Medicine 
Public Health, Preventive Effort 

Burial, Cremation 

Disinfection, Quarantine 
Health Reports 

Practice of Medicine, Pathology and Therapeutics in 
general 

Diagnosis, Etiology, Post-mortem 

Nursing, Hospital Regime 
Military Jledicine, Hygiene, Surgery 
Homoeopathy 
Other Systems of Medicine 

Osteopathy, Water-cure, Nature-cure 

Radium. Electric cure 
Specific Diseases, unclassified 

Bones and Joints, Fevers 

Inflammations, Rheumatism 

Sea- sickness, Tumors 
Brain, Nervous System, Insanity 

Asylums. Publications 
Eye, Ear 

Heart, Blood, Circulatory System 
Respiratory System, Lungs, Throat, Nose 
Digestive System, Stomach, Intestines 
Excretory, Urinary, Generative Organs 
Dermatology, Skin, Hair 
Epidemic. Contagious Parasitic Diseases 

Vaccination Question 
Bacteriology, Germ Theory of Disease, in general 

Serum Therapy 
Women and Children Diseases, Gynecology 



[Veterinary medicine 
510v 



[Vivisection 303h 

[Greek, Latin authors 
751, 768 



[Exnert testimony 
296p 

[Poisons 531 

[Periodicals on 
anatom^' and 
phvsiologv 462e 

(Intemperance 310 

[Food chemistry 533 

[ Cooker V 610 

[Gymnastics 614 

[Waters 532 

[Sanitary engineer- 
ing 423 

[SmoKe prevention 
399n 

[Sex psvchol. lOfs 

[Instruction 305er 

[Religious methods of 
cure 44s, 44t 

[ Psycho-therapeutics 
lip 

[Mind power over 
body lOw 



[Psycnology 10 
[Color sense lOin 

[Food analysis 533 
[Urine analysis 530u 

[Ferments 538 



[Dairy bacteriology 
Slid 



50 i Surgery 



84 



504 Surgery, First Aid to Injured 
504d Dentistry 

504s Obstetrics 

505 Materia Medica, Pharmacy, Anaesthetics 

506 Industrial Arts in general and unclassified 
506e Exhibitions 

506i Inventions, Patents 

507 Agriculture. General works. Statistics 
507e Economics and Politics. Rural Life 
507r Farm Buildings 

50S Implements, Operations 

509 Agricultural Chemistry, Soils, Rotation of Crops 
509m Manures, Fertilizers, Nitrification 

510 Domestic Animals 

510e Bees, Honey, Beeswax 

510f Dogs, Cats 

510g Poultry, Pigeons 

510h Horse, Mule, Camel 

510s Sheep, Goats 

510t Swine 

510v Veterinary Medicine and Surgery 

511 Cattle. Stock in general. Feeding 
511d Dairy, Milch Cows. Butter, Cheese 
511f Forage Plants, Grasses, Hay, Silos 

512 Grain, Field Crops 

513 Vegetables, Kitchen Gardening 

514 Horticulture in general 

Fruits, Pomology, Nuts, etc. 

5141 Citrus Fruits 

514n Olive 

514s Small Fruits 

515 Viticulture, Raisins 

515p Maladies of Vines, Phylloxera 

516 Viniculture, Winemaking, Cellarage 
516c Grape and Wine Periodicals 

5161 Liquor Manufactures, Distillation, Alcohol Tables 

516x Cider 

517 Useful Plants. Hops, etc. 
517e Coffee, Tea 

517t Tobacco 

517x Noxious Plants, Weeds 

518 Fibrous Plants, Vegetable Fibers 

519 Flower Culture, Gardens, Conservatories 
5191 Landscape Gardening 

520 Forestry, Forest Trees 
520m Lumber Industry 

521 U. S. Department of Agriculture Publications 



f Medical Ixitany 458 
[See also 578 

[Patent law 294v 
rAccounts 618t, A3 
[Country houses 608v 

[Irrigation 418 
[Plant analysis 529 



[Horsemanship 615 

[Meat Industry 578 

[Milk chemistry 533m 



[Canning 578 
[Plant diseases 444x 
[Fungi 446h 
[Refrigeration 376t 



[Industrial alcohol 
537 



[Medicinal plants 458 

[Sugar cane 546 
[Narcotics 484 

[School gardens 
305ep 



560 Assaying 



523 Chemistry, in general 

Collective writiHgs of Chemists 

523 1 Tables, Formulae 

524 Apparatus, Manipulation, Laboratories 

525 History of Chemistry 
525m Alchemy, Alchemistic Works 
525t Atomic Theory, Periodic Law, Stereochemistry 

526 Physical Chemistry, Chemical Physics, Solutions, 

Osmosis, Colloids 

526t Thermochemistry, Calorimetry 

527 Analytical Chemistry, in general 
527p Blowpipe 
527v Volumetric 

528 Inorganic Chemistry and Analysis 

529 Organic Chemistry and Analysis; Air, Plant 

530 Biochemistry, in general 

Physiological, Medical Chemistry 

530u Urine Analysis 

531 Poisons, Toxicology 

532 Water Analysis, Mineral Waters 

533 Foods, Adulterations, Food Laws 
533m i\Iilk Analysis 

534 Electrochemistry 
534e Electrolysis 

536 Chemical Technology 

537 Chemicals, Acids, Alkalies, Salts, etc. 

538 Brewing, Fermentation, Starch, Vinegar 

539 Dyes, Colors, Paints, Bleaching, Anilines, Inks 

540 Explosives, Pyrotechnics, Matches 

541 Fuels, Combustion of Coal, Gas, etc. 
541p Peat 

542 Gas Manufacture, Analysis, Gas Engineering, Acetylene 

543 Mineral Oils, Petroleum; Production, Refining 

544 Animal and Vegetable Oils; Lubricants, Varnishes, 

Gums, Resins, Soap, Candles 

545 Perfumery, Cosmetics 

546 Sugars; including Cane and Beet Culture 

548 Ceramics, Glass, Pottery; Industrial, chemical, side 

550 Photography 

550v Cinematography, Motion Pictures 

551 Photoengraving Processes 

554 Mining. General works. Exploitation 
554e Mining Accidents 

555 Statistics, Reports, Mines in various countries 

556 Machinery, Tools, Extraction, Buildings 

557 Blasting, Tunneling, Quarrying, Timbering, Drilling, 

Boring for Water, Gas, Oil 

558 Ventilation, Lighting, Drainage 

559 Ore Preparation, Mechanical Treatment 

560 Assaying 



[Constitution of 
matter 377 



[Assaying 560 

[Soils 509 
[Pharmacy 505 



[Cookery 610 
[Nutrition 484f 
( Electro-metallurgy 
574 



[Tanning 5801 
[Chimneys 591 
[Furnaces 399n, 562 



[Boring 557 



[Ceramics as an art 
663 

[Stellar photography 
361 

[Photoplays 906v 



561 MetaUurgy 86 

561 Metallurgy 

562 Metallurgical Instruments, Furnaces 

563 Aluminum 

564 Coal Mining 

565 Copper Mining and Metallurgy 

566 Iron and Steel Mining and Metallurgy 

567 Gold and Silver Mining and Metallugry [Precious stones 438p 

568 Silver (alone) Mining and Metallurgy 

569 Lead Mining and Metallurgy 

570 Quicksilver Mining and Metallurgy 

571 Tin Mining and Metallurgy 

572 Other Metals 

574 Electrometallurgy, Electrodeposition 

575 Manufactures from Metals, general, unclassified [Bells 606t 
575 f Moulding, Casting, Founding, Pattern-making 

575m Alloys, Amalgams, Solders, Bronze, Type, Bell, Gun, 

Metal, etc. 

578 Miscellaneous Trades and Occupations 

Artificial Flowers, Baking, Butchering, Canning and 

Preserving, Laundrying, etc. 

580 Manufactures, in general, and unclassified 

5801 Leather, Tanning, Leather Goods, Furs 

580m Flour milling 

580p Paper, Stationery 

580r Rubber, Celluloid, Goods 

580s Salt 

585 Textile Manufactures, Design. Basketry [Fibrous plants 5i8 

Carpets, Clothes, Millinery, Hats, etc. 

586 Cotton Goods [Dyes 539 

587 Wool, Worsted, Woolen Goods 

588 Silk, Silk Goods, Silkworms r Tapestry 61 1 

590 Building Arts; Carpentry, Woodwork, Planing Mills, 

Specifications 

591 Brickwork, Masonry, Concrete Work, Stone-cutting [Foundations 405f 
591x Fireproof Structures, Fireproofing 

592 Plumbing, Gas-fitting, Drainage of Buildings 

593 Heating, Ventilation, Lighting, Vacuum Cleaning [Fuels 541 

594 House (and other mechanical) Painting, Paperhanging, 

Decoration 

595 Cabinet Work, Furniture, Upholstery [Church 606t 

596 Cars, Carriages [Motors 400 
598 Shiptuilding, Marine Engineering [Docks 421 

600 Architecture, in general. Essays 

601 History of Architecture in general [Orders. Arch. 
601z Lives of Architects lavmg 

602 Ancient and Oriental 
602e Egyptian 

602g Greek . [See also 65 

602m Roman [Pompeii 79zh 

602s Asiatic, India 

602x China, Japan 



87 



618t Accountancy. Special 



603 

603 f 
603k 
603m 
603t 
604 
604e 

604 f 
604i 
605 
605e 

605 f 
605g 
605i 
605s 
605u 
606 
606t 
607 
607g 
607m 
607t 
608 
608h 
608t 

eosv 

610 
611 

613 

613d 

614 

614k 

61 4n 

615 



616 
617 



617e 

618 

618d 

618n 

618r 

618t 



Medieval 

Romanesque, Norman, A.D. 300-1200 

Byzantine 

Mohammedan, Moorish, Turkish 

Gothic 
Renaissance, Neo- Classic 

Great Britain 

France 

Italy 
Modern 

Great Britain 

France 

Germany 

Italy 

Spain, Portugal 

United States 
Churches, Cathedrals (all styles and periods) 

Church Furniture, Decoration, Bells, etc. 
Public Buildings 

Governmental, Municipal, Markets 

Mercantile Office 

Theaters, Opera Houses, Auditoriums 
Domestic, Dwelling Houses 

Hotels, Clubs 

Tenements 

Villas, Comitry Houses, Bungalows 
Domestic Economy, Housekeeping, Cookery 
Domestic Arts; Lace, Needlework, Tapestry, Dress- 
making, etc. 
Recreation, Sports, Games, Playgrounds 
Dancing, Dancers 
Athletics. Gjaiinastics, Physical Education, Track 

Dueling, Duels 

Fencing, Swordsmanship, Bayonet Drill 
Outdoor, Field, Sports 

Hunting, Fishing, Boating, Swimming 

Horsemanship, Falconry, Ball Games 

Tennis, Golf, Mountaineering, etc. 
Indoor Games 

Playing Cards, Billiards, etc. 
Business 

Business Manuals, Advertising, Commercial Corre- 
spondence, General Commercial Directories 
Efficiency in Business, Labor, Manufactures, etc. 
Accountancy, Bookkeeping 

History 

Auditing 

Cost -Finding, general works 

Special Businesses 
Note: Arrange alphabetically by Cutter number. 



[Bridges 408 

rCathedrals 606 

[Construction 
Theory 406- 
Practice 590- 



[E.xhibitions 506e 



[Factories. See each 
industry 



[Farm Iniihlings .")07r 



[Hospitals 487 
[Libraries A25 
[Prisons 304p 
[Railway 411 
[Schools 305y 



[Housing problem 
318u 

[Food chemistry 533 

[Foods canning 578 

[Costume 61p 

[Millinery 585 

[Standards of living 
318s 



jTIorses 51 Oh 

[Education 305n 
[Commerce 323 
[Penmanship A32 



618w Accountancy (continued) 88 

618w Calculating Machines 

618x Tables; Bond, Interest, etc. 

619 Communication, Post Office, Mails 

619p Postage Stamps, Philately [Caiials 419 

620 Transportation, Navigation, Express, Storage, Ware- 

, . r Railways 409 

housnig 

621 Seamanship, Nautical Astronomy [Hydrography 432h 

623 Art of War 

Statistics, Armed Strength [Arbitration 29ii 

623e Peace, Universal Peace, Ethics of Warfare 

624 Military Law, Regulations, Courts-Martial 

625 Material of Warfare; Weapons, Ordnance, Firearms, [Explosives 540 

Gunnery, Ballistics [Flags 6 if 

626 Organization of Armies, Minor Tactics, Infantry, ,„ ^ , ..,. 

I Swordsniaiiship 614n 

Cavalry, Signalling, Camp Duties 

626t Aerial Corps [Aeronautics 398r 

627 Grand Tactics, Operations, Strategy, Mobilization, 

Marches, Commissariat 

628 Military Engineering, Fortifications, Siege [Castles 603 

629 Harbor and Coast Defense, Submarine Mines, Torpedoes 

630 Naval Warfare, Navies 

632 Aesthetics; Principles, Philosophy of Fine Art 

633 Fine Art; Collected, general works. Essays 
633a Bibliography 

633b Dictionaries 

633c Periodicals, Societies 

633f Study, Teaching, of Art 

634 History of Fine Art ro i,- * ■ Ar-r, 

[Prehistoric 477r 

635 Ancient 
635d Byzantine 
635e Egyptian 

635g Greek [Antiquities 80 

63 5r Roman 

636 Oriental, Asiatic 

637 Christian, Christian Symbolic Art [Religious symbolism 
637d Dance of Death ^^^ 

638 Medieval, Renaissance 

639 Modern 

640 Collective Biography of Artists 

641 Catalogs of Collections, Galleries, Art Sales, Exhibi- 

tions, Guide Books, arranged under place. 

642 Drawing, Freehand; Design in general 
642f Caricature 

642i Instruments, Materials 

642z Art Anatomy, Beauty of Form, Canon of Proportions [Anthropometry* 478n 

643 Perspective [Projections 352 

644 Industrial, Mechanical, Drawing [Machines 395 
644 1 Topographical Drawing 

645 Architectural Drawing; Orders 

646 Lettering, Alphabets [illumination A34x 
648 Ornament, Decorative Design 



89 



674s Organ Music 



652 Painting; Pictorial, Graphic, Arts 

Theory and History in general 

652d Ancient 

652e English, and Collected Biography; Pre-Raphaelitism 

652f French, and Collected Biography 

652g German, Flemish, Dutch, and Collected Biography 

652i Italian, and Collected Biography 

652s Spanish, Portuguese, and Collected Biography 

652u American, and Collected Biography 

652w Other Schools and Countries 

654 Individual Painters; Works, Lives, Criticism 

655 Practice, Materials, Methods of Painting 
655e Animal, Figure, Genre 

655f Fresco, Mural 

6551 Landscape, Marine 

655p Portrait 

655w Water Color Painting 

657 Collections, Galleries; arranged under place 

659 Sculpture, Plastic Art. History in general 
659p Practice, Materials, Methods 

659t Bronzes 

659z Individual Sculptors; Works, Lives, Criticism 

660 Ancient; Greek, Roman, etc.. Sculpture 

661 Medieval, Modern 

662 Carving in Wood, Ivory, etc. Gems, Dies, Seals 

663 Ceramics, Vases; Art and Decoration 

664 Engraving; History, Manuals 
664 t Lithography 

664z Individual Engravers; Works, Lives 

665 Etching 

666 Collections of Prints, Etchings, etc. 

667 Minor Fine Arts 

Jewelry, Enamels, Mosaic, Plate, Bric-a-brac 

669 Music. General works. History, Criticism 
Collected Biography 



r Greek vases CC3 



[Paints 539 



[See also 666 



[Casting 575f 



[Numismatics 61n 
[Pottei'v making 548 

[Photo-engraving 551 



[Lace 611 



669c 


Periodic 


als, Societies, Orga 


inizatii 


ons 




669e 


Aesthet 


ics. Philosophy 








670 


Individual 


Composers, Musicians, S 


ingers ; 


Collected 




Works, Lives, Criticism 








670d 


Bach, J. S. 




670m 


Mendelssohn-Bar tholdy 




670e 


Beethoven 




670p 


Mozart, W. A. 




670 f 


Berlioz 




670r 


Rossini 




670g 


Brahms 




670s 


Schubert 




670h 


Chopin 




670t 


Schumann, Rob. 




670i 


Gounod 




670v 


Verdi 




670] 


Handel 




670w 


Wagner, W. R. 




670k 


Haydn, F. J. 




670x 


Weber, C. M. 




6701 


Liszt 








671 


Theory and Science. Musical 


Acoustics 


[Sound 378 


673 


Instruments, general, unclassified 






674 


Organ 










674s 


Organ Music 









675 Piano 90 

675 Piano 

675s Piano Music 

676 Violin, Violoncello 
676s Violin Music 

677 Art of Singing, Voice Culture r Elocution 895 

678 Vocal Music. Songs with Music ^g^^^^ ^^i^i^^^,^ ^^^.^ 
67Sk Clioral Music; Cantatas binder Poetry 9l8f 

679 Dramatic, Operatic, Music ^^^ „ ,. , ^_^ 

„ „ r Volkslieder 8o5v 

679s Scores 679£:p Parts 

680 Sacred Music, Oratorios, Anthems [Hymns 5ih 

680s Scores 680sp Parts 

681 Orchestral Music, Symphonies 

681s Scores 6Slsp Parts 

681t Chamber Music 

682 Language; Theories, Philosophy, History [Teachin<T language 

Note: Chrestomathies generally are placed under 305et 
Language or Grammar, not classed as Literature. 
682c Philo'.ogical Periodicals, general, unclassified 

682t The Alphabet (comparative) 

683 Collected Works, Essays, of Philologists 

684 Artificial or Universal Languages [Comparative 

phonologv 725a 

Esperanto, Vo!apuk, etc. 

685 Non-Aryan Languages, general, unclassified 

686 Egyptian, Coptic, Language 

687 Egyptian, Coptic, Inscriptions and Literature 

688 Gipry Language and Literature 
690 African 

695 Semitic Languages [Periodicals See 

also 727c 

695i Inscriptions, general, unclassified 

696 Assyrian, Babylonian, Accadian, Cuneiform [Hittites 73z 
6961 Inscriptions, Texts 

697 Aramaic, Syriac, Mandaitic, Modern Syriac, Chaldaic 
6971 Inscriptions, Texts, Targunis 

698 Phenician, Punic 

699 Hebrew Philology 

699a Bibliography of Language and Literature 

699b Dictionaries 

[Periodicals. See 695c, 727c.] 
699d Phonology, Orthography, Punctuation, Accent 

699e Etymology, Inflection 

699f Syntax, Rhetoric 

699m Metric, Poetic 
699r Inscriptions 

700 Hebrew Literature, general, unclassified [Hebrew Bible 24ea 
700d History of Hebrew Literature 

700dz Biography 

700e Earlier Midrashim 

700 f Mishna, and Works on the Mishna 

700g Talmud 

700h Works on the Talmud 



,)l 722 American Indian Languages 

700n Later Midrashim, Haggadic Works 

700p Legal Codes, and Commentaries; Ritual Law 

700q Responsa 

700r Liturgies, Hymns (in Hebrew) 

700s Exegetical Works, Masora 

700t Philosophical Works 

700u Theological, Homiletic, Polemical Works 

Note: Arabic texts of Jewish authors included in 
700t, 700u. 

700v Kabbala, and other Mystical Works 

700w Historical, Geographical, Works, in Hebrew 

700wd Archaeological Works, in Hebrew 

700x Poetry, in Hebrew 

700y Fiction, Tales, in Hebrew 

700z Yiddish 

701 Arabic, Himyaric, Philology 

700d Grammar 

701 f Syntax, Rhetoric 
701m Metric, Poetic 
701r Inscriptions 

702 Arabic Literature, general, unclassieed [Koran 22k 
702d History of Arabic Literature 

702g Law, Fikh 

702h Philosophy, Religion, in Arabic 

702p Poetry in Arabic 

702q Tales, Romances 

Arabian Nights, Antar, al-Hariri (Makamat) 

702r Proverbs, Maxims 

702t Historical Works, in Arabic 

702u Biography 

702v Geographical, Cosmological, Works, in Arabic 

702w Scientific, Medical, Works, in Arabic 

703 Modern Arabic 
703n South Arabic 

704 Ethiopic, Amharic, Abyssinian, Tigrina 

705 Basque Philo'ogy and Literature 

706 Ural-Altaic Philology, Finnish, Turkish, Hungarian 
709 Dravidian, South Asiatic, Philology 

712 Chinese Philology 

713 Dialects 

714 Chinese Literature 

715 Japanese, Korean, Aino, Languages 
715w History of Japanese Literature 

716 Japanese Authors 

717 Malay -Polynesian Languages 

Borneo, Celebes, Sumatra, Java, Philippines 

718 Melanesian, Hawaiian, Samoan, Fiji, Tahiti 

719 Australian, Madagascar (native) 

720 North American Indian Languages 
722 Mexican, Central and South American 



725 Indo-European Philology 92 

725 Indo-European, Aryan, Philology [Alphabet 682t 
725d Comparative Phonology. Orthography 

725e Comparative Etymology, Morphology 

725 f Comparative Syntax 

726 Names 'Titles cik 

727 Oriental Literature, Polygraphy, Collected Works of 

Oriental Philologists 
727c Oriental Philological Periodicals 

728 Sanskrit Philology 

729 History of Sanskrit, Indie, Literature 

730 Sanskrit, Indie, Texts and Translations. Vedas 

733 Prakrit, Pali, Singhalese 

734 Iranic, Zend, Old Bactrian, Old Persian 
7341 Lycian 

735 Pahlavi, Parsi, Middle Persian 

736 Afghan, Armenian, Ossetic, Kurd [Hittites 73z 

737 Persian (modern) Language 

738 Persian (modern) Literature 

739 Aryan Modern Languages of India 

Bengali, Gujarati, Hindustani, Marathi, Oruya, 
Panjabi, Sindhi 

742 Greek Language. Philology and History, Collected works 

of Greek Philologists 
Note: Books on Greek and Latin combined are 
placed in the proper class under Greek 
742a Bibliography of Greek and Latin 

742b Dictionaries 

742c Periodicals on Classical Philology 

743 Greek Grammar 

743d Phonology, Orthography 

743e Etymology, SynonjTiis, Inflection 

743f Syntax, Composition 

743k Parallel Texts and Translations used in Compostion 

743ra Metric, Accent, Rhythm 

744 Greek Dialects 

745 Greek, Greek-Latin Inscriptions, Epigraphy ^^"palaeogTaphy A34 

746 History of Greek Literature 

747 History of Greek Poetry and Drama 

749 Papyri. General Collections T Assyrian. Coptic, 

749f Greek Papyri etc Papyri go 

under such 
749k Latin Papyri languages 

749 1 Books about Papyri in general 

749v Books about Greek Papyri 

749z Books about Latin Papyri 

750 Collected Greek Literature 
750f Anthologia Graeca Palatina 



U3 



751kd Diogenes Oenoandensis 



751 



(Jreek Authors 




f Philosoijhers 7 


Note: 


Arrange under each author : 


I. Whole 


works f ^'"t'>'^'-« -"? 


and selections. 2. Whole works translated. 3. 


Single 


works. 


4. Critical works. 






751dg 


Achilles Tatius 


751gh 


Aristoxenus 


751dhs 


Acusilaus 


751gn 


Arrianus 


751di 


Adamantius 


751gr 


Artemidorus Daldianus 


751dl 


Aelianus, Claudius 


751grp Asclepiades Myrlaeanus 


751dm 


Aelianus (Tacticus) 


751gs 


Astrampsichus 


751dn 


Aeneas Tacticus 


751gt 


Athenaeus Naucratita 


751ds 


Aeschines (Orator) 




Athenagoras 27 


751dt 


Aeschines Socraticus 


751gx 


Attalus Rhodius 




Aeschylus 753 




Aurelius Antoninus, 


751e 


Aesopus 




Marcus 7 


751ee 


Aetius Amidenus 


751h 


Babrius 


751eg 


Agathias Myrinaeus 


751he 


Bacchylides 


751el 


Alcaeus Mytilenaeus 




Basilius Magnus 27 


751em 


Alcidamas 


751hf 


Bassus, Cassianus 


751en 


Alciphron 


751hg 


Besantinus 


751ene 


Alcmaeon 


751hh 


Bilitis 


751enf 


Alcman 


751hl 


Bion Smyrnaeus 


751enl 


Alexander Aetolus 


751hr 


Caecilius Calactinus 


75160 


Alexander Aphrodisiensis 


751i 


Callimachus 


751eop Alexander Polyhistor 


751ie 


Callisthenes 


751eot 


Alexander Trallianus 


751if 


Callistratus Sophista 


751eov Amnion Astrologus 


751ifi 


Candidus Isaurus 


751ep 


Ammonius Alexandrinus 


751ifj 


Cassia 


751f 


Anacreon 


751ifk 


Castor Rhodius 


751fe 


Anastasius Bibliothecarius 




Cebes Thebanus 7 




Anaxagoras Clazomenius 7 


751ifn 


Chares Grammaticus 




Anaximander 7 


751ift 


Charition 


751ff 


Anaximenes 


751ig 


Charito Aphrodisiensis 


751fg 


Andocides 


751igi 


Choerilius Samius 


751 fi 


Anna Comnena 


751igk 


Choricius 


751fk 


Antigonus Carystius 


751igm Christophorus Mitylenaeus 


751fkn Antimachus Colophonius 


751igr 


Chronicle of Morea 


751fkt 


Antiochus Ascalonita 


751ih 


Chrysippus 


751 fl 


Antiphon 


751ik 


Cleanthes 


751fln 


Antisthenes 




Clemens Alexandrinus 27 


751flr 


Antoninus Liberalis 


751il 


Cleomedes 


751 fm 


Aphthonius 


751io 


Coluthus 


751fmh Apocalypsis Anastasiae 


751ip 


Conon Grammaticus 


751 fn 


Apollodorus Atheniensis 


751ir 


Cornutus 




Appollonius Pergaeus 351 


751ird 


Cosmas et Damianus 


751 fo 


Apollonius Rhodius 


751irf 


Craterus 




Apollonius Tyanaeus 7 


751irk 


Crates Mallotes 


751 fp 


Appianus 


751is 


Crinagoras 


751fr 


Aratus Solensis 


751isf 


Critias Atheniensis 


751fs 


Arcadius 


751it 


Ctesias 


751fsd Archestratus 




Cyrillus I. Alexandrinus 27 


751 fee 


Archilochus 


751ium 


Damocrates 




Archimedes 338 


751iuv 


Demetrius Cydonius 


751fsg 


Aretaeus 


751iv 


Demetrius Pha'.ereus 


751ft 


Aristaenetus 




Democritus 7 


751fu 


Aristarchus Alexandrinus 


751] 


Demosthenes 


751fv 


Aristarchus Samius 


751je 


Dexippus. P. H. 


751fw 


Aristeas 


751jg 


Dicaearchus Messenius 


751 fx 


Aristides, Aelius 


751.ii 


Didymus Alexandrinus 


751 fy 


Aristides Quintilianus 


751.in 


Dinarchus 


751g 


Aristophanes 


751k 


Diodorus Siculus 


751gd 


Aristophanes Byzantius 




Diogenes Laertius 4 




Aristoteles 7r 


751kd 


Diogenes Oenoandensis 



751kg Greek Authors (continued) 



94 



Greek AuMiorr. (conLii.ued) 



751kg 


Diogeiiianus 


751mp 


Heron Ctesibius 


751kl 


Dion Casslus 


751mr 


Herondas 


751kn 


Dion Chrysostomus 


751n 


Hesiodus 


751ks 


Dionysius (Aeiicu.:) 


751nc 


Hesychius Alexandrinus 




Uioiiysius Areopagita 27 


751nd 


Hesychius Milesius 


7511 


Dionysius Halicarnassensis 


751ne 


Hierocles (grammaticus) 


7511d 


Dionysius Periegetes 


751nf 


Hierocles Alexandrinus 


751Idn 


Dionysius, Aelius 


751iig 


Himerius Sophista 


7511ds 


Dioscorides 


751ngh Hipparchus Bithynus 


7511dv 


Dosiadas 


751iih 


Hippocrates 


7511e 


Draco Stratoiiicens 




Hippolytus 27 


7511em 


Empedocles 


751iik 


Hipponax 


7511en 


Ephorus Cuiiiaeus 




Homerus 752 


7511ep 


Epichaniius 


751iip 


Hyperides 




Epictetus 7 


751nt 


Ion Chius 




Epicurus 7 


75111V 


Isaeus 


7511f 


Epimeiiides Cretensis 




Isidorus 27 


7511g 


Eratosthenes 


751p 


Isocrates 


7511h 


Erotianus 


751pg 


Jamblichus Chalcidensis 




Euclides 351 




Joannes- Chrysostomus 27 


75111 


Eudocia Macrembolitissa 


751pl 


Joannes Lydus 


7511ih 


Eudoxus Ciiidius 


751po 


Joannes Philoponus 


751111 


Euhemerus (Evemerus) 


751poq Joannes Epiphaniensis 


7511ik 


Euraelus Corinttus 




Josephus 75 


7511in 


Eunapius Sardiaiius 




Ju'ianus Apostata 7 


7511iv 


Euphorion Chalcidensis 




Justinus Martyr 27 




Euripides 754 


751ps 


Leonidas Tarentinus 


75111X 


Euseblus (Histor) 


751psj 


Lesboiiax (grammaticus) 




Eusebius Pampliilus 27 


751psl 


Lesbonax (Sophista) 


75111y 


Eustathius Epiphaniensis 


751pt 


Libanius 


7511J 


Eustathius Thessaloiii- 


751pv 


Longinus 




censis 


751q 


Longus 


751111 


Galenus 


751r 


Lucianus 


7511nl 


Geminus Rhodius 


751rl 


Lycophron 


7511110 


Geoponica 


751rs 


Lycurgus 


7511np 


Georgius (nionachus) 


751s 


Lysias 


7511iir 


Georgius Phrantzes 


751sb 


Lysimachus 


7511nt 


Georgius Leontliius 


751sd 


Malchus 


75110 


Gregorius Cyprius 


751se 


Manetho 




Gregorius Nazianzeiius 27 


751sf 


Marcus Diaconus 




Gregorius Nyssenus 27 


751sg 


Maximus Ephesius 


7511p 


Harpocration 


751sgs Maximus, Q. Sulpicius 


7511pi 


Hecataeus Milesius 




Maximus Tyrius 7 


7511r 


Heliodorus Eniesenus 


751sh 


Meleager 


7511s 


Helladius (grammaticus) 


751si 


Menander (Cornicus) 


7511t 


Hellaiiicus Lesbius 


751sim Menaiider Protector 


7511V 


Hephaestion Alexandrinus 


751sip 


Menippus Cynicus 


7511vd 


Hephaestion Thebanus 


751sis 


Mesomedes 


7511W 


Heraclides Ponticus 


751sjz 


Miltiades 




Heraclitus Ephesius 7 


751sk 


Miiiinermus 




Hermae Pastor 24xt 


751sks 


Moschopu'us 


7511wf 


Hermagoras Rhodius 


751sl 


Moschus 




Hermes Trisniegistus 7 


751s!g 


Musaeus Grammaticus 


7511wh 


Hermesianax 


751slj 


Musonius Rufus 


751Lx 


Herniippus (Christianus) 


751sln 


Naumachius 


7511xe 


Hermodotus 


751slp 


Nepualius 


7511xh 


Hermogenes 


751sls 


Nestorianus 


7511y 


Herodiaiius (Histor) 


751sn 


Nicander Colophonius 


7511yi 


Herodianus, Aelius 


751siii 


Nicanor 


751ra 


Herodotus 


751SO 


Nicephorus I. Constantinop. 


75111111 


Heron Alexandrinus 


751soe Nicephorus Blemmides 



95 



751zy Greek Authors (continued) 



Greek Authors (continued) 



751sol Nicolaus Damascenus 


751vn 


Sappho 


751sp Nicomachus Gerasinus 


751vnd Scylax 


751sq Nonnosui 




Secundus Sophista 7 


75] sr Nonnus Panopo^itanus 


751vne 


Serenus Antinoensis 


751sro ympiodorus Thebanus 




Sextus Enipiricus 7 


751ss Onosaiuler 




Sextus Pyihagoreus 7 


751ssh Oppianus 


751vnh 


Simeon Sethus 


751ssl Oracula sibyllina 


751vni 


Sinnnias Rhodius 


751st Oribasius 


751vnx 


Simonides Amorginus 


Origenes 27 


751VO 


Simonides Ceus 


751su Orpheus 




Socrates 7 


751sud Palaephatus 


751voI 


Solon 


751suk Panaetius 




Sophocles 755 


751sup Panyasis 


751V1) 


Sophron 


Parmenides Eleates 7 


751vpo Soranus Ephesius 


Pausanias 80g 


751vpv Stephanus Byzantius 


751svi Petrus Patricius 


751vq 


Stesichorus 


751SV11 Parthenius Nicaeensis 


751vr 


Stobacus 


751svp Phalaris 


751vs 


Strabo 


751svt Pherecydes Lerius 


751vt 


Suidas (criticism only; 


751 svy Philemon Comicus 




Lexicon under 742b) 


751sw Philemon Grammaticus 




Synesius Cyrenaeus 27 


751swe Philetas Cous 


751vw 


Syrianus 


751sy Philo Byzantius 


751VWV Teles 


Philo Judaeus 7 


751vwx Terpander 


751syl Philo, Eranius 


751VX 


Themis tius 


Philodemus 7 


751vz 


Themistocles 


Philolaus 7 


751w 


Theocritus 


751sz Philostratus (several) 


751wp 


Theodorus Prodromus 


751szl Phocylides 




(Hilar ion) 


751szm Phoenix Colophonius 


751wx 


Theodotus 


751szn Photius 


751x 


Theognis Megarensis 


Phrynichus Sophista 743 


751xe 


Theon Alexandrinus 


751szp Physiologus 


751xh 


Theon Sniyrnaeus 


751 t Pindarus 


751xk 


Theophanes Byzantius 


751 tu Planudes 


751x1 


Theophanes Mytilenaeus 


Plato 7p 


751xn 


Theophanes (Isaurus) 


Plotinus 7 




TheophrasUis Eres!us 7 


751u Plutarchus 


751xp 


Theophylactus 


751uf Philemon Periegetes 


751xpt 


Theopompus Chius 


751uh Polemon (Antonius) 


751xr 


Thomas magister 


751un Pollux 




(Theodu'.us) 


751up Polyaenus 


751xv 


Thrasymachus 


751v Polybius 


751y 


Thucydides 


751vc Polystratus 


751ybd 


Timaeus Tauromenitanus 


Porphyrius 7 


751yd 


Timon (Phliasius) 


751vcp Posidippus 


751ye 


Timotheus Milesius 


751vd Posidonius Rhodius 


751yl 


Tryphiodorus 


751vdp Praxagoras 


751ym 


Tryphon Alexandrinus 


751ve Priscianus Lydus 


751V0 


Tyrtaeus 


751vf Priscus Panites 


751yr 


Tzetzes Joannes 


751vg Procopius Caesareensis 


751yx 


Xanthus 


Procopius Gazaeus 27 




Xenocrates Chalcedonius 7 


751vgd Prodicus Ceus 




Xenophanes 7 


751 vh Ptoleniaeus, Claudius 


751z 


Xenophon Atheniensis 


Pythagoras 7 


751ze 


Xenophon Ephesius 


Pytheas Massiliensis 86d 




Zeno Citiensis 7 


751vi Quintus Sniyrnaeus 




Zeno Eleates 7 


751\ir Rhianus 


751zw 


Zonaras 


751vit Rhinthon 


751ZX 


Zosimus Ascalonites 


751vk Rufus Ephesius 


751zy 


Zosimus Conies (Histor) 


751vl Sallustius Philosophus 







752 Homerus 



96 



752 
753 
754 
755 
756 



Homerus 
Aeschylus 
Euripides 
Sophocles 



752z Criticism 

753z Criticism 

754z Criticism 

755z Criticism 



Modern Greek, Romaic, Language, including modern 
dialects 



757 Modern Greek Authors 

758 All)anian Language and Literature 

759 Latin Language. Philology and History, Collected Works 

of Latin Philologists 
759b Dictionaries 

760 Latin Grammar 

760d Phonology, Orthography 

760e Etymology, Synonyms, Inflection 

760f Syntax, Composition 

760k Parallel Texts and Translations used in Composition 

760m Metric, Accent 

761 Other Italic Languages; Etruscan, Oscan, Umbrian, 

Volscian, Old Latin 

763 Latin Inscriptions, Epigraphy 

764 History of Latin Literature 

765 History of Latin Poetry and Drama 

767 Collected Latin Literature 

768 Latin Authors 



f Books about 
Palaeography 



Note: 
768ab 
768ae 
768al 



768am 
768amn 

768b 

768bn 

768c 

768cl 

768d 

768dc 

768df 

768dh 

768dl 

768dm 

76Sdmk 

768dn 

768do 
76Sds 
768dt 
768du 
768dv 



Arrange as noted under 751. 

Accius 

Aetna 

Albinovanus 

Alcimus Avitus Alethius 

773 
Alcimus Ecdidius Avitus 27 
Ambrosius 27 
Ammianus Marcellinus 773 
Ampelius, Lucius 
Annales maximi 
Anthimus 773 
Antipater, L. Coelius 
Antonius, Marcus 
Apiclus 

Apollonius Tyrius 
Apuleius Madaurensis 
Aquila Romanus 
Arborius 
Arnobius 27 
Arusianus Messius 
Asconius Pedianus 
Asper (Grammaticus) 
Atilius Fortunatlanus 
Atticus, T. Pomponius 
Augustinus 27 
Ausonius 
Avianus, Flavius 
Avienus, Rufius Festus 
Bassus, Caesius 
Bassus, Saleius 
Beda Venerabilis 29g 





[Fathers 27 




[Philosophers 7 


76Sdx 


Bibaculus, M. Furius 




Boethius 773 




Bonifacius 27 


768dy 


Caelius Aurelianus 


768e 


Caesar, C. J. 


768eh 


Caesius Taurinus 


768el 


Calpurnius Flaccus 


768ep 


Calpurnius Siculus 


768epl 


Calvus 


76Sepp Caper 




Carmina Burana 773 




Cassianus 773 




Cassiodorus 773 


768er 


Cassius Parmensis 


768et 


Cato, Dionysius 


768ev 


Cato, M. Porcius 


768ew 


Cato, Valerius 


768f 


Catullus 


76Sfe 


Celsus, A. C. 


768fh 


Censorinus 


768fl 


Charisius 


768fn 


Chiron (Mulomedicina) 




Cicero, M. T. 769 


768fq 


Cicero, Q. T. 


768fqc 


Cincius Alimentus 


768 fqh Cinna 


768fr 


Citerius Sidonius 


768fs 


Claudianus, Claudius 


768fse 


Claudius Caesar 


76Sfsn 


Claudius Quadrigarius 


768ft 


Columella 







768CI Plautus 


in Authors (continued) 






TGSftd Commodianus 


768hc 


Juventinus 


768ftk Consoiatio ad Liviam 




Lactantius Firmianus 27 


768ftn Corbulo 


768hb 


Juvencus 


768 ftr Corippus, F. Cresconius 


768he 


Lactantius Placidus 


768fts Cornelia (Gracchorum 


768hf 


Laevius 


mater) 




Lex XII tahu'arum 292e 


768ftv Cornificius Rhetor 


768hg 


Licentius 


76Sfu Curtius Rufus 


768hi 


Licinianus 


Cyprianus 27 


768hv 


Livius Andronicus 


Daniasus 27 


768i 


Livius Patavinus 


768 fv Dares Phrygius 


768it 


Lucanus 


768fvi Dictys Cretensis 


768iv 


Lucilius, Caius 


Dicuil 773 




Lucilius junior. See 768ae 


768 fvk Diomedes 


768] 


Lucretius Carus 


768fvm Domitius Marsus 


768jf 


Luxorius 


768fvo Donatus, Aelius 


768ig 


Lygdamus 


768fvp Donatus, T. Claudius 


768jh 


Macrobius 


768 fvq Dositheus Magister 


768;lj 


Maecenas, C. C. 


768fvr Dracontius 


768jm 


Manilius, Marcus 


768fvt Ennius, Quintus 


768JP 


Marcellus Empiricus 


Ennodius 27 


768jr 


Martialis, Gargilius 


768 fvy Eucheria 


768k 


Martialis, M. Valerius 


768 fvz Eulogius 


768ke 


Martianus Capella 


768fvzf Eumenius 


768kg 


Matius 


768fw Eutropius 


768kh 


Maximianus Gallus 


768fwa Eutyches 




Etruscus 


768 fwb Exsuperantius 


768kl 


Mela 


768fwf Fabius Victor, Q. 


768kn 


Messala Corvinus 


Festus, S. P. 759b 




Minucius Felix 27 


Firmicus Maternus 27 


768kr 


Mirabilia Romae 


768 two Flavius Maternus, Jul. 


768kt 


Modes tinus 


768fwp Flavius Maturnus, Jul., 


768ku 


Mucianus 


junior 


768kug Musa, Antonius 


768fws Flavius Felix 


768kul 


Naevius 


768fx Florus, L. A. (historian) 


768kv 


Nemesianus 


768 fxl Florus, P. Annius 


7681 


Nepos 


768 fxr Frontinus 


76811 


Nigidius Figulus 


768fxt Fronto 


76810 


Nonius Marcellus 


768fy Fulgentius, F. P. 


7681r 


Obsequens 


768fyg Gallus. C. C. 


768!t 


Octavianus 


768fz Gellius, Aulus 


7681V 


Orestis tragoedia 


768 fze Germanicus Caesar 


7681W 


Origo gentis Romanae 


Gesta Romanorum 773 




Orosius 27 


768fzf Gratius Faliscus 


768m 


Ovidius Naso 


Gregorius JIagnus 27 


768me 


Pacuvius 


Gregorius Turonensie 27 


768mh 


Palaemon 


768fzh Hadrianus Augustus 


768ml 


Palladius Rhetor 


Hieronymus, Eusebius 27 


768mn 


Palladius. R. T. A. 


Hilarius Pictaviensis 27 


76Smnp Paulinus Pellaeus 


Horatius Flaccus 770 


768mo 


Paulinus Xolanus 


768 fzi Horatius Romanus 


768mop Pau'us Diaconus 


76Sfzj Homerus Latinus 


768mp 


Pelagonius 


768fzl Hosidius Geta 


768mt 


Pentadius 


768 fzn Hyginus, C. J. 


768n 


Persius Flaccus 


768 fzp Hyginus Gromaticus 


768nl 


Pervigilium Veneris 


Isidorus Hispalensis 27 


768nt 


Petronius 


768fzx Itinerarium Alexandri 


768p 


Phaedrus 


768 fzy Itinerarium Antonini 


768ph 


Phocas Grammaticus 


Jordanes (Jornandes) 86g 


768pi 


Placidus Luctatius 


768g Justinus 


768pl 


Plancus Munatius, L. 


768h Juvenalis 


768q 


Plautus 



768r Latin Authors (continued) 



98 



Latin Authors (continued) 

76Sr Piinus Caecilius Secundus 
768s Piinus Secundus 

(naturalist) 
768sn Pollio, C. Asinius 

Porphyrio, Poraponius 770z 
76Ssr Porphyrins, P. Optatianus 
768sv Priscianus Caesariensis 
768sw Priscianus, Theodorus 

Probus M. V, 760 
768t Propertius 

Prosper Aquitanus 27 

Prudentius Clemens 773 
768u Quintilianus 
768ue Ravennas anonymus 
768ug Reposianus 
768ul Romanus, Julius 
76Sun Rufinus Antiochensis 

Rufinus Tyrannius 27 
768ur Rufus, M. Caelius 
76Sus Rufus Festus (Sextus) 
768ut Rutilius Lupus 
768uv Rutilius Namatianus 
768v Sallustius 

Salvianus 27 
768vf Scaevus (Saevius) 
768vn Scribonius Largus 
76Svr Sedulius, Coelius 
768vs Sedulius Scotus 
768w Seneca, Lucius Annaeus, 

philosopher, dramatist 
768we Seneca, M. A. (rhetor) 
768wes Serenus, A. Septimius 
768wf Serenus Sammonicus 
768wh Servius Maurus Honoratus 
768wi Severus, Cornelius 

Severus, Sulpicius 27 
768wk Sidonius, C. S. Apollinaris 
768wl Silius Italicus 

Silvia, Sancta 773 
768ws Solinus 
768wsp Speratus, Julius 

769 Cicero, M. T. Opera completa 

769d Selections, chrestomathies 

769dp Opera philosophica 

769dx Academica 

769e Brutus 

769f Cato Major 

769fd De divinatione; De fato 

769ff De finibus 

769fl De legibus 

769g De natura deorum 

769h De officiis 

769ho De opt. genere oratorum 

7691 De oratore ad Quintura 

770 Horatius Flaccus. Opera completa 

770d Selections 

770f Ars poetica 

770h Carmina, Odae, Epodae 



76Swt Spurinna, Vestritius 

768wv Statins 

768wvs Sueius (Suevius) 

768ww Suetonius 

768wx Sulpicia 

76Swxf Sulpicius Apollinaris 

768wxl Sulpicius Lupercus 

768wy Symmachus, Q. A. 

768wz Symphosius 

768wzf Syrus, Publilius 

768x Tacitus 

768y Terentius Afer 

Tertullianus 27 
768z Tibullus 
768zh Tiro. M. Tullius 

Trogus Pompeius 768g 
768zp Turnus 
768zq Turpilius 
768zr Valerius, Julius 
768zs Valerius Flaccus 
768zt Valerius Maximus 
768ztv Valgius Rufus, C. 
768zu Varius Rufus, L. 
768zv Varro, M. T., Reatinus 
768zvc Varro, P. T., Atacinus 
768zve Vegetius Renatus, F. 
768zvf Vegetius, Publius 
768zw Velleius Patercu'us 

Vergilius 771 
768zwl Verrius Flaccus 
768zwp Vespae judicium 
768zwr Vibius Sequester 
768zws Victor, Sextus Aurelius 
76Szwt Victor, Julius C. 
768zwu Victorinus, Marius 
768zwv Victorinus, Maximus 
768zwx Victorius 
768zx Vitruvius Pollio 
768zxv Volcatius Sedigitus 
768zz Vopiscus, Flavins 



769j De republica 

769jk De virtutibus 

769k Epistolae 

7691 Laelius 

769m Orationes 

769n Orator ad M. Brutum 

769np Paradoxa ad Brutum 

769nr Rhetorica; De inventione 

769nt Topica 

769p Tusculanae disputationes 

769s Spurious works 

769z Criticism 

770k Epistolae 

770n Satirae 

770z Criticism 



!)<) 795 Portuguese Authors 

771 Vergilius Marc. Opera conipleta 

771d Selections 771ni Pseudo-Vergiliana: Ciris, 

771e Aeneis Culex, Copa, Catalecta, 

771h Bucolica, Eclogae Moretuni, Elegia ad Messalani, 

771k Georgica Epistolae 

771z Criticism 

772 Post-classical, Medieval, Latin; Lingua vulgaris 

773 Post-classical Latin Authors (Literary) 

775 Romance Languages in general 

Note: Unless otherwise marked, to the Language, 
or grammar, number add d for Phonology; e for 
Etymology; f for Syntax; and m for Metric. 

776 Roumanian 

777 Rhaeto-Romansch, Ladin, Chur-Waelsch 

779 Itab'an Language 

780 Dialects 

781 History of Italian Literature 
781m Collected Italian Literature 
781n Collected Fiction 

781p Collected Poetry 

781t Collected Drama 

782 Italian Authors, to 1800 
782f Ariosto 

782k Boccaccio 

782p Petrarca 

782t Tasso 

783 Nineteenth Century Authors 

784 Twentieth Century Authors 

785 Dante Alighieri 785z Criticism 

786 Spanish Language 

786a Bibliography of Language and Literature 

786b Dictionaries 

786c Periodicals, Philological and Literary 

786x Old Spanish Language 

787 History of Spanish Literature 

787d History of Spanish-American Literature 

7S7m Collected Spanish Literature 

7S7n Collected Fiction 

787p Collected Poetry 

787t Collected Drama 

787x Old Spanish Authors, to 1400 

787z Cid 

788 Spanish Authors, 1400 to 1800 
788e Calderon 

788g Cervantes 

78Sv Vega Carpio 

789 Spanish Authors, 19th Century 

790 Spanish Authors, 20th Century 

794 Portuguese Language 

794w History of Portuguese Literature 

795 Portuguese Authors 



795g Portuguese Authors (continued) 100 



795g 


Amadis de Gaula 




795m 


Camoens 




795p 


Palmerin de Inglaterra 




797 


Catalan Language 




798 


Catalan Authors 




799 


Provencal Language 




799d 


Dialects 




800 


History of Provencal Literature. Troubadours 


800m 


Collected Provencal Literature 




801 


Provencal Authors (early and late) 




802 


French Language. History, General Philology 


802a 


Bibliography of Language and Literature 




802b 


Dictionaries 




802c 


Periodicals, Philological and Literary 




803 


French Grammar 




803d 


Phonology, Orthography 




803e 


Etymology, Inflection 




803f 


Syntax 




803m 


Metric, Poetic 




804 


Old French Language 




S04b 


Dictionaries 




805 


Dialects 




807 


History of French Literature 




807p 


History of French Poetry 




807s 


History of French Drama 




807x 


History of French Fiction 




808 


Collected French Literature 




S08n 


Collected Fiction 




808p 


Collected Poetry 




808q 


Collected Ballads and Songs 




808t 


Collected Drama 




809 


Old French Authors, to 1400 




809m 


Mys teres, Miracle Plays 




809r 


Roman de Renart 




809s 


Chanson de Roland 




809t 


Tristan 




810 


French Authors, 15th-16th Centuries 






810m Montaigne 810r 


Rabelais 


811 


French Authors, 17th Century 






811e Corneille 811m 


Moliere 




Sllef Fenelon 811r 


Racine 




811 f La Fontaine 




812 


French Authors, 18th Century 






812e Beaumarchais 812r 


Rousseau 




812h Diderot 812v 


Voltaire 




8121 Le Sage 




813 


French Authors, 19th Century 






813f Chateaubriand 813n 


Maeterlinck 




813k Lamartine 813s 


Saint-Beuve 



fReineke Fuchs 859r 
[Tristant 85 7t 



814 French Poets, 19th Century 

815 French Dramatists, 19th Century 



101 841q Icelandic Texts 

816 French Novelists, 19th Century 

816e Balzac 81 6h Hugo 

816f Daudet, A. 816s Sand, George 

816g Dumas pere 816z Zola 

817 French Authors, 20th Century 

818 French Poets, 20th Century 

819 French Dramatists, 20th Century 

820 French Novelists, 20th Century 

825 Celtic Languages in general 

826 Cymric Philology: Welsh, Cornish, Breton, etc. 

827 Cymric Authors 

828 Gaelic Philology: Irish, Manx, Highland Scotch 
828w History of Gaelic Literature 

829 Gaelic Authors 

830 Slavic Languages and Literatures 

831 Old Church Slavic, Old Bulgarian, Paleoslavic 

832 Bohemian, Slovakian, Moravian 

833 Bulgarian, Servian, Croatian, Illyrian, Slovenian 

834 Polish Language and Literature 

835 Russian Language 

835w History of Russian Literature 

835x History of Russian Poetry 

835y History of Russian Drama 

S35z History of Russian Fiction 

836 Russian Authors 
836t Tolstoi 

83 6u Turgenev 

837 Lithuanian, Lettish, Old Prussian, Baltic Group 

838 Germanic, Teutonic, Philology; Comparative Grammar 
838r Runes 

839 Gothic; Ulfilas 

840 Scandinavian, Icelandic, Old Norse, Philology 
840a Bibliography 

840b Dictionaries 

840c Periodicals 

840w History of Icelandic, etc.. Literature 

841 Icelandic, Old Norse Texts 

Note: Alphabetize here the single sagas, books, 
etc., not specifically named below, following Moebius' 
Catalogus, 1856, and Verzeichniss, 1880 

841d Collections [Laws 293 

841f Edda Saemundar; Poetic Edda [Antiquities 9ih 

841g Edda Snorra Sturlusonar; Prose Edda 

S41h Egils Saga 

841i Eyrbyggja Saga 

841.1 Grettis Saga 

841k Gunnlaugs Saga 

841m Heimskringia 

841n Islendingabok [Islendinga saga. See 

m Sturlunga Saga 

841p Landnamabok 

841q Laxdaela Saga 



8ilr Icelandic Texts (continued) 102 



841r 


Njals Saga 




841s 


Sturlunga Saga 




841v 


Vo'.uspa 




841z 


Modern Icelandic, Faroese, Orkney, Texts 




842 


Swedish Language 




842d 


Phono'.ogy 




S42e 


Etymology 




842f 


Syntax 




842g 


Metric 




842m 


Collected Swedish Literature 




842n 


Collected Fiction 




842p 


Collected Poetry 




842t 


Collected Drama 




842w 


History of Swedish Literature 




842x 


History of Swedish Poetry 




842y 


History of Swedish Drama 




842z 


History of Swedish Fiction 




843 


Swedish Authors 




844 


Danish-Norwegian Philology 
Note: Subdivide like 842. 




845 


Danish-Norwegian Authors 




847 


German Language 




847a 


Bibliography of Language and Literature 




847c 


Periodicals, Philological and Literary 


(Polyglot techno- 


848 
848d 


German Dictionaries 
Dialectal 


logical dictionaries 
889w 


848h 


Old High 




848m 


Middle High 




848y 


Slang Dictionaries 




849 


German Grammar 




849d 


Phonology, Orthography 




849e 


Etymology, Inflection 




849f 


Syntax, Rhetoric 




849m 


Metric, Poetic 




850 


Old High German Philology 




S50k 


Frankish 




8501 
850r 


Old Low, Old Saxon 
Old Friesic 


[Modern Frisian 883 


851 


Middle High Philology 




8511 


Middle Low, Middle Saxon, Philology 




852 


Modern German Dialects; Pennsylvania Dutch 




852p 


Platt-Deutsch Philology 




853 


History of German Literature 




853h 


History of Old High or Low Literature 


[Authors 881 


853m 


History of Middle High or Low Literature ' 




853n 


History of Modern Literature 




853ni 


History of Journalism (German) 




853p 


History of Poetry in general 




853s 


History of Drama and Stage 




853x 


History of Fiction 





103 865w German Novelists, 1750-1830 

854 Collected German Literature 
854k Kuerschner's Reprints. 

855 Collected Poetry fKirciu-nlieder 5ihg 
855d Collected Drama 

Note. Histories of AHD or MHD poetry go in 853h 
or 853m. Collected exclusive AHD or MHD litera- 
• ture go in 856 or 857. 

855m Miracle and Passion Plays in German [Mjsteres 809m 

855v Volkslieder 

856 German Authors, Old High, Old Low, Old Saxon, to 1150 
856e Ekkehard of St. Gall 

856h Heiiand 

856o Otfrid von Weissenburg 

857 German Authors, Middle High or Low, 1150-1230 
857e Eike von Repkow (Sachsenspiegel) 

857 f Freidank 

857g Gottfried von Strassburg 

857gk Gudrun, Kudrun 

857h Hartmann von Aue 

857hv Heinrich von Veldeke 

857n Nibelungenlied 

857r Rudolf von Ems f Tristan, comparative 

„,„ „ works 809t 

857t Tristant 

857v Walther von d. Vogelweide 

857w Wolfram von Eschenbach 

858 German Authors, Middle High, etc., 1230-1300 

(Minnesang) 
858k Konrad von Wuerzburg 

858v Ulrich von Eschenbach. 

859 German Authors, Middle High, etc., 1300-1522 

(Meistersang) 
859f Brant, Sebastian 

859m Murner, Thomas 
859r Reineke Fuchs — Germanic versions Renart roman 809r 

860 German Authors, New High. 1522-1625 
860f Faust Sage, Spiel, and Volksbuch 
860s Sachs. Hans 

861 German Authors, 1625-1750 

862 German Authors, 1750-1830 
862h Herder 

863 Poets, 1750-1830 
863k Klopstock 
863r Rueckert 
863u Uhland 

864 Dramatists, 1750-1830 
864k Kleist, Heinrich von 

865 Novelists, 1750-1830 
865r Richter, J. P. F. 
865w Wieland 



866 Lessing 104 

866 Lessing: Collected Werke and Dranien 
S66d Briefe, Briefwechsel 

S66e Single Dramas (except the following) 

866g Emilia Galotti 

866h Minna von Barnhelm 

866k Nathan der Weise ^ 

866m Hamburg! sche Dramaturgie 

S66n Laokoon 

S66x Miscellaneous Prose Works 

S66z Criticism 

867 Goethe. Collected Works 
867d Briefe, Briefwechsel 

867e Dramas (arranged as in following examples) 

867ec Claudine 867ei Iphigenie auf Tauris 

867ed Clavigo 867ei Jahrmarktsfest 

867ee Egmont 867et Torquato Tasso 

867eg Goetz v. Berlichingen 

S67f Faust; and Criticism on Faust 

S67g Gedichte fXenien 868xx 

867h Hermann und Dorothea 

867i Gespraeche, Gedanken 

867] Historisches, Autobiographisches, Tagebuecher 

S67k Campagne in Frankreich 

867m Dichtung und Wahrheit 

S67n Kunst 

S67p Italienische Reise 

867r Naturwissenschaft; Farbenlehre 

S67t Novellen, Maerchen (except the following) 

S67v Wahlverwandtschaften 

S67w Werther 

867x Wilhelm Meister, and Lehrjahre 

867y Wilhelm Meister Wanderjahre (only) 

S67z Criticism 

868 Schiller: Collected Works, Collected Dramas 
868d Briefe, Briefwechsel 

868e Single Dramas (except the following) 





868f Braut von Messina 868n 


Neffe als Onkel 




868g Don Carlos 868r 


Raeuber 




868h Dramatische Entwuerfe S68u 


Verschwoerung des Fiesko 




868j Jungfrau von Orleans 868v 


Wallenstein (all parts) 




868k Kabale und Liebe 86Sw 


Wilhelm Tell 




868m Maria Stuart 




868x 


Gedichte 




868xx 


Xenien 




868y 


Prose Works (excepting Historical Works) 




868z 


Criticism 




869 
868h 


German Authors, 1830-1900 
Heine 


rWagner, R. 670-? 


870 


Poets, 1830-1900 




871 


Dramatists, 1830-1900 




S71k 


Hebbel 





105 902 Literature. Comparative 

872 Novelists, 1830-1900 

873 German Authors, 20th Century 

874 Poets, 20th Century 

875 Dramatists, 20th Century 

876 Novelists, 20th Century 

881 Dialectal Modern German Authors 

883 Modern Frisian 

884 Modern Dutch, Flemish, Language 

885 Modern Dutch, Flemish, Authors 

888 English Language 

888c Periodicals on English Philology 

888s Lowland Scotch Language 

889 English Dictionaries fAiiKlo-Saxon 92 ib 
889e Early English, Archaic, Obsolete fFrencU-Engi. 802b 
889f Dialectal, Provincial 

889s Lowland Scotch fGerman-Engl. 848 

889u Americanisms fPidgeon-Engl. 720 

889 w Technological, including Polyglots 

889y Slang [Rhyming 904b 

890 English Grammar 

891 Phonology, Orthography, Spellers 

892 Etymology, Word-Study. Derivation, Synonyms, Inflec- f j)i,.tionaries 889 

tion 

892d English Dialect Society 

893 Syntax, Parts of Speech 

894 Readers; Unclassified School Books 

895 Oratory, Elocution, Public Speaking [Acting 906s 
895c Periodicals on Oratory, Debating Annua'.s [Preaching 48 
895d Debating, Forensics [Debating rules 260r 
895s Speakers, Collected miscellaneous speeches, examples 

of Oratory 

896 Expression, Gesture, Delsarte, Mimicry [Voice culture 677 

Note: Political, religious, etc., speeches are ar- 
ranged under the appropriate subject. 

896d Conversation 

897 Rhetoric. Literary Composition, Authorship 
897d Conversation (as an art) 

897n Letter Writing, Letter Writers 

897s Style 

897t Preparation of Manuscript, Punctuation, Proof- 
reading 

897v Journalism, Works of Instruction in Journalism [History of journal- 

-.«« ^ ism 914 

899 Literary Criticism 

900 Books and Reading; Bibliomania; Love, Choice, Praise [Catalogs of best 

of Books '""'''' ^' 

900n Children's Books and Reading 

901 Literature, Comparative 

Philosophy, History, of Literature in general 

902 Allusion Books, Tables, Dictionaries of Literature 



[Publishing A45 



903 Poetic 106 

903 Poetic; Theory and Philosophy 

General History of Poetry; Lyric, Epic 

904 Metric, Rhythmic, Technique of Verse 

Genera!, and English 

904b Rhyming Dictionaries 

905 History, and Criticism, of English Poetry 

906 Dramatic; Theory, Technique of the Drama; Comedy, 

Tragedy 

906ni Morality, Ethics, of the Drama 

906s Acting, Production of Dramas [Gesture 896 

906v Motion Picture Drama, Scenarios [Dancing 613 

907 History of the Drama and Stage in general [Cinematography 

908 History of English Drama and Stage ^^°^ 

909 Dramatic Biography 

910 Fiction; Theory, Art, History in general 

910e History of English Fiction [Story-telling 305gs 

910t Short Story Writing 

911 Satire and Humor. History of Satire, English and general 
911r Erotic Literature. History; Collections 

912 History of English Literature [Liberty of the press 
912d History of Anglo-Saxon, and Early, Literature to 1550 ^^'^ 

912f History of Elizabethan Literature, to 1800 

912m History of Later Literature, 1800- 

913 History of American Literature [Praetkal journalism 

914 History, and Criticism, of Journalism 
914z Lives of Journalists 

917 Collected English Literature 
917h Collected English Humor 
917r Arber Reprints 

riin /-I 11 i J T. i [Civil war poems 

918 Collected Poetry i63t 
918f Collected Ballads and Songs (without Music) [Hymns 5ih 
918u Collected American Poetry ro -.i 

[Songs with music 

919 Collected Drama 678 

920 Collected Fiction 

921 Anglo-Saxon Language, Grammar 
921b Dictionaries 

922 Collected Literature, Chrestomathies 

923 Individual Authors 
923 f Alfred the Great 
923h Beowulf 

924 Early, and Middle, English Language, 1066-1400 

925 Early English and Scottish Authors, 1066-1400 ' 
925c Early English Text Society 

925m Miracle Plays, Mysteries, Moralities 

926 Chaucer 926z Chaucer Criticism 

927 Pre-E!izabethan English and Scottish Authors, 1400 to 

1550 

927s Scottich Text Society 



10/ 



938 Milton 



928 

928t 

929 

929s 

930 

930,i 

931 



931x 

931z 

932 

932a 

932b 

932c 

932d 

932e 

932f 

932i 

932k 

932m 

932n 

932p 

932r 

932t 

932u 

932v 

932w 



932x 
932z 
935 
936 

937 

938 



931mf 


Merchant of Venice 


931mk 


Merry Wives 


931mn 


Midsummer Night's Dream 


931mv 


Much Ado About Nothing 


9310 


Othello 


931p 


Pericles 


931r 


Richard II 


931rk 


Richard III 


931ro 


Romeo and Juliet 


931t 


Taming of the Shrew 


931te 


Tempest 


931tf 


Timon 


931tg 


Titus Andronicus 


931ti 


Troilus 


931tw 


Twelfth Night 


931tz 


Two Gentlemen of Verona 


931w 


Winter's Tale 



Elizabethan Authors, 1550-1625 
Tudor Facsimile Texts 
Elizabethan Poets 

Edmund Spenser 
Elizabethan Dramatists 

Ben J on son 
Shakespeare. Works, Translations 

Single Plays 

931al All's Well 

93 Ian Antony and Cleopatra 

931as As You Like It 

931c Comedy of Errors 

931cr Coriolanus 

931cy Cymbeline 

931h Hamlet 

931he Henry IV 

931hk Henry V 

931hn Henry VI 

931ht Henry VIII 

931j Julius Caesar 

931k King John 

931ki King Lear 

9311 Love's Labor's Lost 

931m Macbeth 

931me Measure for Measure 

Poems, Sonnets 

Doubtful Plays 
Shakespeare. Books about Shakespeare 

Bibliography 

Dictionaries, Concordances, Glossaries 

Periodicals, Societies 

Life, Personalia, Portraits, Family, Name 

Home, Stratford-on-Avon [London 97f 

Authorship Question 

Sources, Predecessors 

Relations with Contemporaries 

Influence on later, and non-English writers 

Production in non-English countries 

Textual Criticism in general. Folios, editions 

Language, Grammar, Style, Versification 

Dramatic Art, Technique, Plots, Staging, Music 

Allusions; Knowledge of Bible, Classics, Folklore, 
Law, Medicine, etc. 

Criticism of Single Plays 
Note: Subdivide by subscript letters. 

Criticism of Characters, Heroines, etc. 
Note: Enter under 932v characters of same name 

as the play (e.g., Hamlet). 

Criticism of Poems and Sonnets 
Illustrations, Pictures, Engravings 
Post-Elizabethan Authors, 1625 to 1702 
Post-Elizabethan Poets 
Post-Elizabethan Dramatists 

937d Dryden 937g Congreve 

Milton 93Sz Milton Criticism 



940 English Authors, 1700-1800 



]08 



940 


Eighteenth 


. Century Authors 










940d 


Addison 


940j 


Johnson 






940g 


Goldsmith 


940s 


Swift 




941 


Eighteen 


th Century Poets 










941f 


Burns 


941p 


Pope 






941k 


Cowper 








942 


Eighteen 


th Century Dramatists 








943 


Eighteen 


th Century Novelists 








952 


Nineteenth Century Authors 










952e 


Carlyle 


952h 


Emerson 






952f 


Coleridge, S. T. 


952r 


Ruskin 






952g 


De Quincey 








953 


Nineteenth Century Poets 










953f 


Browning, Rob. 


953s 


Shelley 






953h 


Byron 


953SW 


Swinburne 






953k 


Keats 


953t 


Tennyson 






9531 


Longfellcv^f 


953v 


Whittier 






953n 


Lovi^ell 


953w 


Wordsworth 






953r 


Rossetti, D. G. 








954 


Nineteen 


th Century Dramatists 








955 


Nineteenth Century Novelists 










955a 


Austen, Jane 


955m 


Meredith, G. 






955d 


Dickens 


955p 


Poe 






955e 


Eliot, Geo. 


955s 


Scott 






955h 


Hawthorne, N. 


955st 


Stevenson 






955] 


James, H. 


955t 


Thackeray 




956 


Nineteen 


th Century Juveniles 




[ Stor^ 


•-telling 



305gs 



957 Nineteenth Century Humorists 

958 Twentieth Century Authors 

959 Twentieth Century Poets 

960 Twentieth Century Dramatists 

961 Twentieth Century Novelists 

962 Twentieth Century Juveniles 

963 Twentieth Century Humorists 

Note: The collected works of an author are placed 
in that division — poetry, drama, fiction — in which his 
work mainly lies. In the same place also go biogra- 
phies, criticisms of him and his writings. 

Translations of foreign authors go with the origi- 
nals in the literature of the countries with which the 
authors are identified. 

984 California Autliors 

984a Bibliography, and Literary History 

984c Periodicals 

984d Philosophical Writers 

984e Religious Writers 

984f Historians, Travelers (Not of or in California) 

984h Political, Legal Writers 

984k Economic, Sociological, Writers 

984m Scientific Writers 

984s Medical Writers 

984t Technological Writers 

984y Writers on Fine Arts, Musical, etc. 

984z Philological Writers 



[Caricature 642f 



[Newspapers 231c 



[Travel in California 
230 



[Natural history 230t 



[Mining 230w 



1 09 999 Quotations 

California Authors (continued) 

985 California Poets 
985x California Dramatists 

986 California Novelists (include Novels about California) 
986y California Juveniles 

988 Medieval and British Ancient Romances 

9S8k King Arthur. Grail Saga 

98Sr Robin Hood 

990 Folklore, Legends, Literary Traditions, Nursery and 

Fairy Tales, General and unclassified ^^"Fn'^Lh 9i8f 

990a Bibliography French 808q 

„„„, ^. . . German 855v 

990b Dictionaries 

990c Periodicals, Societies 

... , », . , i> J » r ■ [Folk medicine 480h 

990d Non-Aryan (general) and African 

990de Hamitic, Egyptian, Libyan, Berbers, etc. 

990e Asiatic, Dravidian, Chinese, Japanese, Ainu 

990f Ural-Altaic, Finnish, Lappish, Turkish, Tartaric, Cau- 

. ^ , . [Mvthologv 19-20 

casian, Georgian, Hungarian, Transyivanian 
990g Semitic, Arabic. Hebrew 

r Plant lore 442p 

990h Oceanic, Malay-Polynesian, Australian, Hawaiian, 

Philippine ,^ . . ,„ 

[Superstitions 13 
990i Indians of America (North and South) ; Eskimo 

9901 Aryan, Indo-Germanic; Indie, Armenian, Albanian, . , , , , _,, 

•' •' ' ' [Animal lore 461h 

Basque, Iranic, Persian 

990k Greek, Hellenic, Macedonian 

9901 Latin, Italic 

990m Romanic, Rumanian, Walachian, Rhaeto-Romanic 

990n French 

990p Italian 

990q Portuguese 

990r Spanish, Spanish-American 

990s Slavic, Bohemian, Bulgarian, Polish, Servian, Wendish 

990st Lithuanian, Lettish 

990t Russian 

990u Germanic 

990ud Dutch 

990uf Friesic 

990v Swiss, Alpine, Tyrolese 

990w Scandinavian, Danish, Icelandic, Swedish 

990x English 

990xn American Negro 

990y Scottish, Scottish-Celtic 

990z Irish- Celtic, Gaelic, Manx, Welsh 

991 Folklore. Special subjects not confined to one nation, or [Bluebeard 990n 

comparatively treated [Gargantua 990n 

991m Mother Goose [Perseus 990k 

991n Natural Historv; Animals and Plants 

[Flowers as emblems 
991s Seven Sages 442p 

991w Wandering Jew 

997 Proverbs, Maxims, Epigrams, Ana, Riddles 

999 Quotations 



INDEX 



Aachen 87u 

Abbreviations — catalog . .A28 

Abbreviations in Mss A34 

in Palaeography A34 

in shorthand A33 

mercantile terms 617 

Abduction (Criminal 

law) 295z 

Abdul-Aziz, 1861-76 ...136hr 
Abdul-Hamid I, 1773- 

89 ISGgr 

II, 1876-1909 136hx 

Abdul-Medjid, 1839-61. .136hn 

Aberdeen 99re 

Aberration (Light) 379 

Abortion (law) 295z 

Abruzzi and Mo'.ise 130s 

Abstracts of title 294r 

Abyssinia 64r 

language 704 

Acadia 151g 

Acarnania 77e 

Accadian language 696 

Accent, English 891 

Accent, general 725d 

Accidents (law) ...295h, 2951 

Accomplices 295z 

Accounting 618 

Acetylene 542 

Achaean league 78j 

Achaia 77m 

Acknowledgments (law).294r 

Acids 537 

Acoustics 378 

Actions (in law)...292x, 296 

Acting 906s 

Actors' lives 909 

Actium, Battle of 79j 

Acts of the Apostles. . .24pa 

works on 25xa 

Adam and Eve (Apocry- 
pha ) 24xa 

Adaptation (psychology) .lOn 
Addison 940d 



Adelaide 60d 

Adironacks 206 

Administration (General) .256 

Administrators 296v 

Admiralty 291 

Admiralty law 291 

Adolescence 305pt 

Adolf, 1611-52 92fx 

Adolf, Frederik, 1751- 

71 92hn 

Adolf of Nassau, 1292- 

98 82sn 

Adoption (law) 295d 

Adrianople 136rf 

Adriatic sea 128 

Adulterations 533 

Adultery 295z 

Adventist church 44e 

Advertising 617 

Aegean Islands and sea. . .77r 

Aegina Island 77n 

Aerial corps 626t 

Aeronautics 398r 

Aeschylus 753 

Aesopus 751e 

Aesthetics 632 

Aetolia 77et 

Aetolian league 78j 

Affidavits 296f 

Afghan language . . ■ 736 

Afghanistan 72n 

Africa 63 

languages 690 

local travel 63d-64x 

Africa, British Central.. 64k 

British East 63m 

Central 63k 

German East 63p 

German West 64e 

North East 64p 

Africa, Portuguese East.64i 

Portuguese West 64j 

South 64 

Agency 294e 



Agincourt, battle, 1415.. 109g 

Agnosticism 16g 

Agra 71m 

Agreements 2941 

Agricultural education. .305en 
Agriculture, California .230r 

in general 507 

Agrippina 79ki 

Aguila 130a 

Ahmet I, 1603-17 136fm 

II, 1691-95 136fw 

III, 1703-30 136ge 

Ainu 70e 

Air brakes 411 

Air compression 398 

Aix-la-Chapelle, treaty, 

1748 87gn 

Alabama 171 

Alameda county 236 

Alaska 172 

Alava 127f 

Albacete 127w 

Albania 136rx 

Albanian language 758 

Albany 206f 

Albemarle, George Monk, 

Duke of 94p 

Albert, prince consort .. .94v 

Alberta 151p 

Albigenses 31u 

Albrecht I, Hapsburg. . . .82st 

II, Hapsburg 82vd 

Albrecht II, Austria. . . .89eg 

III 89ei 

IV 89ei 

Alchemy 525m 

Alcohol, Industrial 537 

manufacture of 5161 

physiological effects ...484 

traffic, economics 310 

Aleppo 74 fa 

Alexander, Prince (Bul- 
garia) 137ff 

Alexander III, the Great.7Si 



2 

Alexander (Poland), 

1501-6 141gv 

Alexander I (Russia) .. .139jf 

II, 139ir 

III 139jx' 

Alexander (Servia) , 

1889-1903 137x1 

Alexander (Servia), 

1842-58 137xg 

Alexander, the Great, 

Romance ..809, 925, etc. 
Alexander's Conquest ...66f 

Alexandria 66xa 

Alexis I (Byzantium) .. .79yp 

V 79yp 

Alexis (Russia), 1645- 

76 139fi 

Alfalfa 511f 

Alfonso XII (Spain). .126mt 

XIII 126mt 

Alfred the Great 923f 

Algae 446e 

Algebra, elementary 342 

extensive 344 

higher 343 

of logic 21 

Algeria 63e 

Algonquian Indians 147g 

Alicante 127x 

Aliens (law) 291p 

Alimony 295f 

Alkalies 537 

Allegheny 213m 

Alliteration 897 

Alloys 575m 

Allusions 902 

Almanacs 332 

Almeria 127n 

Alphabet 682t, 725d 

English 891 

Alphabets 646 

Alpharts Tod 859 

Alps, The 133p 

Austrian 85ht 

Alsace-Lorraine 88q 

Alt-Kirchenslavisch 831 

Altitude 432 

Aluminum 563 

Alva, Duke of, 1508-82. . .90c 

Adameo I, 1870-73 126mk 

Amadis de Gaula 795g 



INDEX 

Amador co. (Calif.) 232e ; 

Amazon river 246tb 

Ambassadors 291g 

Ambidexterity lOu 

America, antiquities 147- 

Discovery 144- 

History 146- 

Languages 720-22 

Travel 145 

Spanish 243 

Politics 271 

American authors, »'''' 
English authors. 

literary history 913 

American Revolution ....158 

Auxiliaries 158r 

Biography 158z 

Campaigns, battles ...158k 

Celebrations. 158t 

Naval history 158n 

Preliminaries 158f 

Americanisms 889u 

Amharic 704 

Ammonia 537 

Amorgos 77 td 

Amos (Bible) 24ha 

works on 25ta 

Amoy 69s 

Amphibia 473z 

Amsterdam 90km 

Amur river 67y 

Amusements 613 

Ana 997 

Aiiacreon 751f 

Anaesthetics 505 

Analogy 2i 

Analysis, chemical 527- 

mathematical 347 

spectrum 380 

Analytic geometry 353 

Anam 68t 

Anamese language 709 

Anarchism 302z 

Anatolia 73p 

Anatomy 482 

artistic 642z 

botany 443 

comparative 462 

periodicals 462c 

Ancien regime llOz 

Ancient history 76- 



Andalucia 127n 

Andaman islands 57x 

Andes 242 

Andorra 124 

Andros 77te 

Angels 47v 

Angevins 94f 

Angling 615 

Anglo-Saxons 94d 

language 921 

Uterature 922 

history of 912d 

Angola 64j 

Angora 73r 

Angouleme 109 

Angoumois 122i 

Anhalt 88qv 

Anilines 539 

Animals 461 

classification 462 

coloration 462 

cruelty to 303h 

distribution 459d 

domestic 510 

intelligence lOz 

psychology lOz 

Animism 47q 

Anjou 122g 

House of, 1308-82 ....89ve 
Aime, Queen of England.. 94r 
Anne, Queen of Russia. 139hi 

Amie of Cleves 94ih 

Annuities (law) 294x 

(insurance) 3111 

Anonyms An 

Antarctic regions 581 

Anthologia, Palatina 750f 

Anthropo'.ogy 477 

Anthropometry 478n 

Anti-Christian writers. . .26n 

Anticosti Island 151k 

Antilles, Lesser 255q 

Antimony 572 

Antinomianism 47m 

Antioch, Synod of, 324-5. .29e 

Antiparos 77tr 

Antiquities, American ...147 

Greek and Roman 80 

Greek 80g 

Roman SOr 

Roman military 80rm 



prehistoric 477r 

Antitoxins 531 ! 

Antonines, The 79p 

Antonius, Marcus 79j 

Antrim 98va 

Ants 471 

Antwerp 90td 

Apache Indians 147k 

Aphasia 493 

Apiculture 510e 

Apocrypha, Old Testa- 
ment 24x 

New Testament 24xn 

Works on 25y 

Apologetics 26e 

Apoplexy 493 

Apostles 29e 

Apparatus. Stc Instru- 
ments. 

Apparitions llg 

Appeals (law) 296t 

Appennines 128 

Apperception 10m 

Apple culture 514 

Apprentices (law) 295h 

Approximations 340 

Apuleius 768d 

Apulia. Italy 79ze 

(modern) Italy 130a 

Aquariums 425 

Aqueducts 417 

Aquitaine 122] 

Arabia, antiquities 73e 

ethnology 73e 

history 73f 

history, Turkish rule. . .73g 

travel 73d 

Arabic authors 702 

language 701 

modern 703 

South 703n 

philosophers 8 

Arabs in Spain 126e 

Arachnida 470 

Aragon ( Kingdom) 127d 

Aramaic (philology) 697 

Arameans 73 

Arapaho Indians 147j 

Arber reprints 917r 

Arbitration, Industrial. . .320 
international 291i 



INDEX 

Arbitration and award 

(law) 296r 

Arbor day 305en 

Arcadia, Greece 77md 

Archaeology. See An- 
tiquities. 

Archangel, Russia 140e 

Arches 406 

Architecture 600 

ancient, oriental 602- 

drawing 645 

farm buildings 507r 

history 601 

library A25 

mediaeval 603- 

modern 605- 

Renaissance 604- 

school 305y 

Arctic regions 58 

Argentina, antiquities ..244d 

biography 244z 

history (general) ....244i 

local history 244t-ty 

travel in general 244 

Argolis 77n 

Ariosto 782f 

Aristocracy 258h 

Aristophanes 751g 

Aristotle 7r 

Arithmetic 340 

Arizona 173 

Arkansas 174 

Armenia 73m 

Armenian church 30q 

language 736 

Armies, Organization ...626 

Armor 625 

Arnold von Winkelried . . 134ek 

Arnulf 896 82e 

Arpad, House of, 1307.. 89vd 

Arrest 296r 

Arsacidae 72rx 

Arses 72rr 

Arson 295z 

Art 632- 

Artaxerxes I 72rk 

II 72rp 

III, Ochus 72rq 

Arthropoda 469 

Artillery 626 

Artois 122 



3 

Aryan philology 725 

modern languages 739 

Ascension islands 63is 

Asceticism 50e 

Ascidians 472t 

Ashanti 63qg 

Asia, history and travel... 67 

bibliography 67a 

periodicals 67c 

Central Asia 67f 

North Asia 67s 

Southeast Asia 68 

Southwest Asia 73 

Asia Minor 73p 

Asiatic architecture ...602s 

Assam 71i 

language 739 

Assault 295z 

Assaying 560 

Assent 2e 

Assiniboia ISlpk 

Association of ideas lOn 

Assessments 294f 

Assets 296v 

Assignment 294k 

Associations (law) 294f 

(economics) 321 

Assumpsit 296t 

Assyria 73k 

language 696 

Asteroids 366 

Astrakhan 140x 

Astrology 358s 

Astronomy 357 

nautical 621 

Asturias, Spain 127e 

Astypataea 77tf 

Athapascan Indians 147e 

Southern 147k 

Atheism 17d 

Athens, architecture ...602g 

antiquities 7St 

history 78tr 

Athletics 614 

Atlanta ISOf 

Atlantic states 153e 

Atlases 55 

classical 55e 

commercial 55m 

I historical 55h 

stars 370 



4 

Atomic theory 525t 

Atonement 47m 

Attachments (law) 296r 

Attains I-III 73vp 

Attention lOni 

(Education) 305e 

Attica 77f 

Attorney and client ...294e 

Attraction 360 

Auckland 59p 

Auctions (law) 2941 

Auditing 618 

Augsburg 88i 

Augsburg Confession ....39 

Augustus 79ke 

Aunis, France 122i 

Aurorae 384 

Austen, Jane 955a 

Austral Islands 57d 

Australia, history and 

travel 59 

languages (Native) ....719 
Literature (English). 
See English Hterature. 

South Australia 60 

Australasia 59 

Austria, history 89 

general travel 85h 

early history 89d 

government 269 

19th century 89fe 

20th century 89g 

Upper and lower 89pd 

War of 1866 89fi 

Austrian Succession, War 

of, 1740-48 87gn 

Authorship 897 

Autographs A32t 

Automatism lOv 

Automobiles 400 

Auvergne 122g 

Average (Insurance) ..2941 

Avesta religion 201 

Avesta language 784 

Avila, Spain 127g 

Aviation 398r 

Award (law) 296r 

Azimuth 362 

Azores islands 125z 

Azov sea 140t 

Aztecs 147v 



INDEX 

Bab 22s 

Babenberg, House of....89d 

Babrius 751h 

Babylon 73kn 

Babylonia 73k 

language 696 

Bacon, Francis 9d 

Bacteriology 501 

Dairy 511d 

Bactria 72n 

Badajoz 127v 

Baden 88r 

Baffin Land 151 1 

Bagdad 73f 

Bahamas 255f 

Bail 296r 

Bailments 294g 

Bajazet I 136en 

II 136fe 

Bakeries 578 

Balearic islands 127y 

Balkan states 137 

Ballad 903 

Ballads, English 918 

French 808q 

German 855v 

Ballistics 625 

Balloons 398r 

Ballot 260h 

Balls (parties) 613 

Balochi language 736 

Baltic provinces 140] 

languages 837 

Baltic sea (travel) 91 

Baltimore 192 

Baluchistan 72nv 

Balzac 816e 

Bamberg 88d 

Banking 330 

(law) 294h 

Bankruptcy 294k 

Banners 61f 

Bantu languages 690 

Baptism 51w 

Baptists 37 

Bar associations 289c 

Barbados 255r 

Barbarian invasions of 

Rome 79v 

Barbary states 63d 

Barca 63g 



i 



Barcelona 127h 

Ban 130a 

Barium compounds 528 

Bark 443h 

Barnabas (not Gospel) . .24xp 
Barneveld, Jan van 

Olden 90fe 

Barns 507r 

Barometer 4021 

Baronage 61g 

Baron's war, 1263-1267. 94fn 
Baruch (Apocrypha) ..24xb 

Base-ball 615 

Basel 134n 

Basil V, 1505-23 139ek 

Basil Chouiski, 1606-10. 139et 

Basilicata 130a 

Basket-ball 616 

Basketry 585 

Basque provinces 127f 

language 705 

Bastardy 294d 

Basuto Land 64dt 

Batavii 90d 

Batavian Republic 90f z 

Bath, England 96rx 

Bathori, Stephen 141hf 

Baths 484 

Batrachia 473z 

Bats 476 

Batteries, Electric 386 

Military 625 

Battle, Trial by 296e 

Battles 62k 

See also names of 
battles. 

Bautzen 88k 

Bavaria 88a 

House of 82t 

Lower 88c 

Upper 88b 

Bayreuth 88d 

Beans 513 

Beam •. 122s 

Beaumarchais 812e 

Beauty 632 

Physical 642z 

Beaver 476 

Becquerel rays 382x 

Bedford, England 96d 



Beef packers (Beef 

trust) 322 

Beef packers (tech- 
nology) 578 

Beer 538 

Bees 510e 

Beeswax 510e 

Beetles 471n 

Begging 303u 

Belfast 98va 

Belgae 90d 

Belgium, history 90m 

general travel 85n 

local history 90t 

Belgrade 137vr 

Belief (logic) 2e 

religious 16g 

Belisarius 79yg 

Belize 241m 

Bells 606t 

Belts and belting 396 

Benedictines 32d 

Bengal 71g 

Bengali philology 739 

Benin 63t 

Benzene 529 

Beowulf 923h 

Bequests (law) 294x 

Berar, India 71qb 

Berber language 690 

Berbers 63f 

Bering sea 172 

Berkeley, George, 

bishop 9dk 

Berkeley, California 237 

Berks 96df 

Berlin 87n 

Bermudas 255e 

Bern 134p 

Bernard of Clairvaux ...32h 

Berry, France 122m 

Bertillon system 304 

Beryllium 528 

Bessarabia 140s 

Bessels functions 347h 

Bessemer process 566 

Betting (criminal law)..295z 

Beverages 5161 

Bhutan 71i 

Bible, texts 24- 

antiquities 25g 



INDEX 

authenticity 25k 

bibliography 25a 

commentaries 25n 

dictionaries 25b 

geography 25i 

history of the 25e 

Interpretation 25n 

modern criticism 25k 

periodicals 25c 

Poetical works (col- 
lected) 24il 

Works on 25s 

Polyglot 24d 

Prophets (collected) .24im 

Works on 25t 

Selections 24f 

Bibliography A 

of bibliography Aa 

of incunabula Ai 

of manuscripts A34 

trade A8- 

Bibliomania 900 

Bibliophiles A29 

Bicycling 615 

Billiards 616 

Bills and notes (law) 294.1 

Bimetallism 327 

Biochemistry, general ...530 

of plants 529 

Biography, collective 52 

individual 53 

actors 909 

American revolution . . 158z 
architects, collected . .601z 

artists, collected 640 

astronomers, collected. 358 

Biblical 25z 

bookbinders A43d 

botanists 442z 

Californians 231z 

Civil war (U. S.) 163z 

educators 305z 

engravers 662z 

French revolution lllz 

Huguenots 109t 

lawyers 289z 

librarians A29 

missionaries 45d 

j musicians 670 

i painters 654 

I popes 31e 



5 

publishers A46 

religious, collected 291 

science 333-4 

sculptors 659z 

women, collected 314d 

Bio'.ogy 459 

Birds 475 

California 230t 

Birkenhead 96k 

Birmingham 96tk 

Bishops, Succession of...46n 

Bismarck 268k 

Bismarck archipelago .... 57ig 

Biterolf 859 

Bithynia 73qp 

Bitlis 73m 

Blackfoot Indians 147] 

Black Forest 88pf 

Black Friars 32m 

Black Sea 140u 

Blacksmi thing 575 

Blasting 557 

Bleaching 539 

Blind. Asylums, educa- 

cation 303d 

Blindness 494 

Block books A54 

Block signal systems ...412 

Blockade (law) 291 

Blood 495 

(Chemistry) 530 

Blowing engines 593 

Blowpipe 527p 

Blue-Beard 990n 

Boating 615 

Boccaccio 782k 

Boer war, 1899 64m 

Boers * 64m 

Boeotia, Greece 77g 

Philology 744 

Bohemia, History 89r 

Early history 89rd 

19th century 89rn 

20th century 89rp 

Local history 89rv 

languages 832 

Boilers 399n 

Bokhara 67n 

Boleyn, Anne 94jf 

Bolivar, Simon 243f 

Bolivia, Biography 245n 



6 

history 245f 

local history 245k 

travel in general 245 

Bologna 130g 

Bolts and nuts 396 

Bombay, City 71pb 

Presideiicy Tip 

Bonaparte, Joseph 126mf 

Napoleon 113n 

Bonds and stock (law).. 294] 

penal and official 294m 

Economics 324 

Bones, animal 462 

disease 492 

human 482 

Book arts A30 

Bookbinders, Lives of..A43d 

Bookbinding A56, A43 

Book collectors A29 

Bookkeeping 618 

Bookplates A60 

Booksellers, Lives of A46 

Books, condemned A47 

enemies of A30e 

illustrations A52, A40 

curiosa, plates, etc A50 

rare A50 

Books and reading 900 

Borax 436 

Bordeaux, France 122] 

Boris-Godonov 139ep 

Borneo 57s 

language 717 

Bornu 63t 

Bosnia 89pf 

Bosphorus 136t 

Boston 194 

Massacre, 1770 158f 

Port Bill, 1774 158f 

public library All 

Tea Party, 1773 158f 

Bosworth, battle, 1485. 94gx 

Botany 442 

bibliography 442a 

California 230t 

economic 458 

floras 443- 

fossil 441 

history 442d 

periodicals 442c 

systematic 445 



INDEX 

teaching 305ep 

Bottomry (law) 2941 

Boundaries (law) 294s 

(international law) . . . .291 

Bounties 256p 

Bourbon, House of 

(Spain) 126k 

in F'rance 110 

Restoration of 114 

Bourbonnais 122p 

Bow and arrow 625 

Boxers (China) 69i 

Boycott 320 

Boycotts (law) 294n 

Boys 303x 

Brabant 90tf 

North 90ki 

Brachiopoda 468x 

Bradford, England 96v 

Brahmanism 20d 

Brahmo-somaj 20d 

Brain and mind lOe 

Brain diseases 493 

Brakes 411 

Brandenburg 87nt 

Margraves and Elec- 
tors 87d 

Brandt, Sebastian 859f 

Brandy 5161 

Brass 575m 

Brazil, antiquities 246d 

biography 246z 

history 246f 

local history 246t-tx 

travel 246 

Bremen 88tb 

Breslau 87x 

Breton language 826 

Breviary 51re 

Brewing 538 

Bric-a-brac 667 

Bricks 403 

Brickwork 591 

Bridges 408 

law of 294s 

Brighton, England 96t 

Brisbane 59x 

Bristol, England 96fi 

British America, history. 150 

travel 149 

British Central Africa.. 64k 



British Columbia 151r 

British Guiana 250k 

British Honduras 241m 

British museum library.. A12 

British West Indies 255r 

Brittany 122f 

Brokers (law) 294e 

Bromeliaceae 447 

Bronzes 659t 

Brook Farm 302t 

Brooklyn, New York. . . .206h 

Browning, Robert 953 f 

Bruce, Robert the, 1314. 99fx 

Brunn 89po 

Bruges 90tk 

Brunswick 88s 

Brusa 73v 

Brussels 90tg 

Brutium 79zk 

Buccaneers 243p 

Buckingham, England . . . 96dk 
George Villiers, 1st 

duke 941] 

Budapest 89vq 

Buddhism 20e 

esoteric 20t 

Budget 328 

Buffalo 2061 

Building 590, 600 

associations 321 

(law) 294f 

laws 590 

materials 403 

stones 403 

Bukowina 89pg 

Bulgaria 137d 

history to 1800 137e 

19th century 137f 

20th century 137g 

Bulgarian language 833 

old 831 

Bunker Hill, battle 158k 

Burghley, W. C, 1st 

baron 94k 

Burglary (criminal law).295z 

Burgos 127g 

Burgundy 122v 

Burlesque 911 

Burma 68e 

Burmese languages 709 



INDEX 



Burns, Robert 941f 

Burr conspiracy, 1805- 

07 160 

Business 617 

education 305n 

ethics 14s 

Butchering 578 

Butte county (Calif.) •• .232f 

Butter 511d 

Butterflies 4711 

Byron, Lord 953h 

Byzantine empire 79y 

architecture 603k 

art 635 

Cabinet work 595 

Cable, submarine 390 

Cabots 144t 

Caceres 127v 

Caddoan Indians 147j 

Cadiz 127n 

Caesar 768e 

Cairo 66xc 

Calabria 79zf 

modern 130a 

Calaveras county 

(Calif.) 232g 

Calculus 347 

of variations 347v 

Calcutta 71gc 

Calderon 788e 

Calendar 61d 

Roman 61dr 

California authors 984- 

biography 231z 

colleges 3071 

History 231 

local 232- 

politics 286 

public documents 287 

public schools 3061 

state library A17 

travel 230- 

university 308 

California. Lower 238f 

Caligula 79kg 

Caliphs 73f 

Calligraphy A32 

Callimachus 7511 

I Callisthenics 614 

I Calorimetry 376d 



Calvin 34sv 

Calvinism 41 

Calymnes 77sd 

Cambodia 68td 

Cambridge, England 96dr 

University of 307 

Cambridge, Mass 193 f 

Camden society 102d 

Camel 510h 

Cameroon. <SVf Kamerun. 

Camoens 795m 

Camp duties (military) . . . 626 

life 56k 

Campbellites 44f 

Campaign of 1815 113k 

Campania, ancient 79zg 

modern 130b 

Camphor 505 

Canada, British occupa- 
tion, 1763-1900 150f 

Early exploration 150e 

French period to 1763. 150e 

history in general 150 

local history 151- 

periodicals 150c 

travel 149 

20th century 150g 

Upper 151h 

Canals 419 

law 294w 

Canary islands 63i 

Cancer 492 

Candles 544 

Canning- foods 533 

Canon law 4G 

Canteen 627 

Canterbury 96h 

Canton 69i. 

Cape Briton Island 151g 

Cape Colony 64d 

Cape Verde Islands ....63ie 

Capets. 987-1328 lOy 

Capillarity 377 

Capital 317 

punishment 304d 

Cappadocia 73r 

Capri island 73zg 

modern 130b 

Capture at sea 291 

Capuchins 32g 



Carbohydrates (organic 

chem.) 529 

physiological chem 530 

Carbons, Fuel 541 

compounds 529 

Card playing 616 

Caria 73s 

Caricature 642f 

Carinthia (Kaernten) ..89ph 
Carl IX (Sweden) 92ft 

X 92gk 

XI 92gn 

XII 92h 

XIII 92jd 

Xiy 92if 

XV 92jn 

Carlo Alberto, 1831- 

49 132qm 

Carlo Emanuele I, 1730- 

73 132qg 

II, 1796-1802 132qi 

Carlo Felice, 1821-31. .132qk 
Carlos I. See Charles 

V, Emperor. 
Carlos II, 1665-1700... 126it 

III, 1759-88 126kn 

IV, 1788-1808 126kt 

Carlyle, Thomas 952e 

Carmelites 321 

Carniola (Krain) 89pi 

Carol I (Rumania) 

1866- 137pk 

Carolines 57ik 

Carolingians, 752-987 . . . 107k 
Carpathian mountains ..S5hc 

Carpathos 77se 

Carpentry 590 

Carpets 585 

Carriages 596 

Carribbean islands 255q 

Carriers (law) 294g 

Cars, building 596 

Cartagena 127w 

I Carthage 76k 

Carthagenian language . . .698 

I Carthusians 32e 

Cartography 352m 

Cartography, history of. .54d 

i Cartoons 642f 

Carus 79q 

Carving 662, 667 



8 

Caserta 130b 

Casiniir III 141g 

IV, 1445-92 141gr 

Casos, Greece 77sf 

Caspian and Aral seas . . . 67h 

Castellon 127x 

Casting 575f 

Castles 603 

Cat 476 

Catacombs (Rome) ....131n 
Catalan language 797p 

literature ...798 

Catalogs, art 641 

book As 

library A9, AlO, A13 

Cataloging A28 

Catalonia 127h 

Catalysis 526 

Catechisms 47e 

Catharine I, 1725-27. . .139hd 

II, 1762-96 1391 

Cathedrals 606 

Catherine of Aragon. . . .94je 

Cathode ray 382x 

Catholic church, Roman... 31 

Catholics, Old 31y 

Catiline's Conspiracy ...79it 

Cato (Distichen) 857 

Cattle 511 

Diseases 510v 

Catullus 768f 

Caucasian language 706 

Caucasus 140y 

Cause and effect (logic)... 2i 
Cause, final (Creation) . .17k 

Cavalry 626 

Cave dwellers 477r 

Caves 432 

Cavour 129ie 

Cayenne (French 

Guiana) 250v 

Cazembe 64k 

Celebes 57sn 

language 717 

Celibacy of clergy 481 

Cells, Biology 459 

histology. Animal ....462h 

histology. Plant 443x 

Celluloid 580r 

Cellulose 529 

products 580r 



INDEX 

Celtic languages 825 

Celtic 76f 

Cements 403m 

Cemeteries (law) 294s 

'SVr also under Public 
Health. 

Census 309 

Central Africa 63k 

America 240 

languages 722 

Asia 67f 

India 71n 

Central Provinces ..71q 

Ceos 77tg 

Cephalonia 77vd 

Cephalopoda 468z 

Ceramics (art, decora- 
tion) 653 

technology 548 

Cereals 512 

Cerigo 77py 

Certiorari (law) 296t 

Certitude (logic) 2e 

Cervantes 788g 

Cetacea 476 

Ceylon 71z 

language 733 

Chalcidice 77h 

Chaldaea, art 636 

history and travel ....73k 

language 699 

Challenge of jury 296q 

Champagne, France ....122t 
Chancery. See Equity. 

Chamiel islands 931 

Character 15 

formation 305q 

national 15n 

Charades 616 

Charities 303 

law 2951 

Charlemagne, 768-814. . .107m 

House of 82e 

Charles III (France) . .107t 

IV, 1322-8 108w 

V, 1364-80 109f 

VI, 1380-1422 109g 

VII, 1422-61 109h 

VIII, 1483-98 1091 

IX, 1560-74 109r 

X, 1824-30 114 



Charles V, Emperor 126h 

Charles the Bald, 843- 

877 107p 

Charles Martel 107i 

Charleston 216n 

Charms 13 

Chartism 275p 

Chateaubriand 813f 

Chattels 294r 

Chaucer 926 

Chautauqua (Educa- 
tion) 305u 

Checkers 616 

Checks (Commercial 

law) 294] 

Bank 330 

Cheese 511d 

Chef 00 69qs 

Chekiang 69rf 

Chemicals, Manufacture. .537 

Chemistry 523 

agricultural 509 

analytical 527 

history of 525 

inorganic 528 

medical 530 

organic 529 

physiological 530- 

teaching 305ek 

technological 536- 

Chemnitz 881 

Cherokee Indians 147h 

Cheshire 96dx 

Chesapeake and Ohio 

canal 419h 

Chess 616 

Chester 96dx 

Chetham society 94c 

Cheyenne Indians 147i 

Chicago 183 

Chickasaw Indians 147i 

Child labor 318n 

study 305pn 

Children, crime 3041 

diseases 503 

employment 318n 

law 395d 

mental development. .305pr [ 

welfare work 303x 

Children, nursery 484 

reading for young .... 900ii 



stories 956, 962 

Chile, antiquities 247d 

biography 247z 

history 247f 

local history 247t-tx 

travel 247 

Chimneys 591 

China 69 

antiquities 69e 

architecture 602x 

art 636 

Central and West 69r 

ethnology 69e 

history, general 69f 

early to 1644 69g 

Manchu dynasty 69h 

19th century 69i 

20th century 69j 

local history 69n- 

North 69n 

South 69s 

travel, general 69 

local 69n- 

Chinese immigration . . . .309f 

language 712- 

dialects 713 

literature 714 

religions 20g 

Chios 77sg 

Chippewa Indians 147g 

Chiropody 499 

Chivalry 81k 

Modern orders 84e 

Chlorine 528 

Choctaw Indians 147i 

Cholera 500 

Christ, divinity 471 

life of 29d 

sayings of 24ys 

Christian I, 1448-81 

(Denmark) 91kg 

II, 1513-23 91ki 

III, 1533-59 91kk 

IV, 1588-1648 91kn 

V, 1670-99 91kr 

VI, 1730-46 91kt 

VII, 1766-1808 91kx 

VIII, 1839-48 91mi 

IX, 1863-1906 91mn 

Christian art and 

symbolism 637 



INDEX 

endeavor 45z 

ethics 14 

poems 51h 

science 44s 

Christiania 91xf 

Christianity 26 

evidences of 26e 

relation to Judaism 26d 

Christina, 1632-54 92g 

Christmas 51f 

Chromium • 528 

Chronicles (Book of)...24hb 

works on 25ra I 

Chronology 61d 

Bible 25g 

Greek 61dg 

Roman 61dr 

Chronometers 361d 

Church, and state 46s 

apostolic 29e 

architecture 606 

fathers 27 

government 46d 

history 29 

early 29e 

mediaeval 29g 

modern 291 

law 46 

music 680 

Church of England 36 

of Ireland 36s 

of Scotland 41 

Churches 30 

Cicero 769- 

criticism 769z 

Cid 787z 

Cider 516z 

Cilicia 73r 

Cinchonia (Materia 

medica) 505 

culture 517 

Cincinnati 211f 

Cinematography 550v 

Cipher writing A33x 

Circassia 140y 

Circassian language 706 

Circumcision 498 

Cisalpine Gaul 79zi 

Cistercians 32h 

Cities, government 261 

Citizenship (Roman law) .292t 



9 

(international law) ...291p 

Citrus fruits 5141 

City planning 261p 

Ciudad-Real, Spain 127] 

Civil engineering 401 

Civil law 292- 

reniedies 296- 

service 257s 

war (England) 94m 

war (United State?) .. .163 

Biography 163z 

Campaigns, battles. .163f 
Diplomacy, foreign 

relations 163e 

Illustrative ma- 
terial 163t 

naval history 163k 

causes and results. .163d 
Prisons, hospitals . . .1631 
Regimental histories 163h 

Secret service 163] 

Societies, G. A. R., 

etc 163c 

Civilization, history of.. 301- 
See also under names 
of countries. 

Claim and delivery 296r 

Clans, Political science. .258r 

Scottish 99rz 

Clare, Ireland 98sc 

Clares, Poor 32s 

Clarisses 32s 

Clairvoyance 11m 

Classical education 305k 

Classification, books ....A27 

knowledge 333 

Claudianus, CI 768fs 

Claudius I 79kh 

Clay 436 

Industries 548 

Clearing house 330 

Cleopatra 66f c 

Clergy, work of 48 

writings of 28 

Clerk's assistants 296f 

Cleveland 211g 

Cliff dwellers 147m 

Climate 429h 

medical 484r 

Clock and watch making. .575 
Clothes-making 585 



10 

Clouds 429 

Clovis I 107g 

Clubs 294f 

social 300 

Cluiiiacs 32d 

Cnidos 77sh 

Coal, combustion 541 

deposits 436 

mining 564 

tar colors 539 

testing 541 

Coastland 89pi 

Coast changes 432h 

Cochin China 68tn 

language 709 

Cocoa 517g 

Code Napoleon 293h 

practice 296h 

Codes 297 

Codicils 294x 

Codification (law) 297 

Codling moth 471x 

Co-education 305w 

Coelenterata 465 

Coffee 517e 

Cognition lOp 

Coherer 390 

Coinage 327 

Coins 61n 

Cold-storage 376t 

Coleoptera 471n 

Coleridge, Samuel Tay- 
lor 952f 

Collaterals 294j 

Collection laws 294d 

Collectivism 302 

College settlements . . . .300s 

Colleges 307 

Collegiate education .... 305k 

fraternities 312x 

Collieries 564 

Collisions, marine 291 

railroad 412 

Colloids 526 

Cologne 87u 

Colombia, antiquities ...248d 

biography 248n 

Colombia, history 248f 

local history 248k 

travel - 248 

Colonies 262 



INDEX 

France 272t 

Great Britain 277 

Spain 270 

Color 381 

blindness lOin 

in painting 655 

manufacture 539 

photography 550 

printing A39k 

Colorado 175 

river •. 173 

Coloration, Animal 462 

Colossians (Epistle to).24pb 

works on 25xb 

Columbia river 153p 

Columbus 144k 

Columbus (Ohio) 211h 

Colusa county (Calif.) . .232h 

Combinations (law) 294n 

Combinations, industrial. .322 

Combustion 541 

Comedy 906 

Comets 369 

Comic (aesthetic) 632 

Comic literature 911 

Comnenus 79yp 

Commerce 323 

Commerce, interstate ..413n 
Commerce, interstate 

law 294g 

Commercial agencies . . . .294e 
Commercial geography . . . 54m 

Commercial law 294d 

Commercial law, Roman. .292r 
Commercial traveller .... 617 
Commercial treaties ....323 
Commission merchants. .294e 
Commissioners (law) . . .294rf 

Commodus 79q 

Common law 294 

pleas 296k 

Commune 117 

Communes, Italian 129e 

Communion 51t 

Communism 302 

Comoro island 63f 

Companies (law) 294f 

Compass 621 

variations 384 

Compensation (law) ....295k 
(industrial) 311p 



industrial comp. act. 

Cal 287m 

Competition 322 

Compositae 447 

Composition, law 294k i 

literary 85? i 

musical 671 

painting 652 

Compressed air 398 

Comte, Auguste 9e 

Conation lOu 

Conchology 468 

Concordat, 1801 113 

Concrete 403m 

construction 591 

Concussion of the spine. 

See Nervous system. 

Conduct of life 305q 

Confederate States of 

America 163x 

Confederation of the 

Rhine 861f 

Confessions (law) 296p 

of sins 50g 

Confirmation 51t 

Conflict of laws 291p 

Confucius 20g 

Congo Free State 63n 

Congo river 63n 

Congregationalism 38 

Congress, United States. 280h 

Congreve, William 937g 

Conic sections 353 

Connaught 98p 

Connecticut 176 

Conscience 14m 

Consciousness 101 

Self 10s 

Conservation of re- 
sources 315t 

Conspiracy (law) 295z 

Constables (law) 295r 

Constance, Lake 8Sr 

Constantine I, the Great. 79s 

II 79t 

Constantinople, travel ..136t 

history 136v 

Constellations 367 

Constitutions 263- 

British 276 

French 272e 



INDEX 



11 



United States 281! 

Consulate and Empire, 

1799-1815 113 

Consuls 291g| 

Consumption 496 

Contempt (law) 296 

Continuation schools ...305u 

Contraband of war 291 

Contra Costa (Calif.) . . .2321 
Contracts, Commercial 

law 2941 

Roman law 292r 

Conversation 896d i 

Conveyancing 294r 

Forms in 294rf 

Convictions 296i 

Cook islands 57dd 

Cookery 610 

Cookery (flreless) 610 

Cooling towers 376t 

Cooperation 321 j 

Copenhagen 91pp 1 

Copper 565 

Coptic church 30q 

language 686 

literature 687 

Copyhold 294r 

Copyright A48 

international A48i 

Coral reefs and islands . . 432 

Corals 465 

Corcyra 77vf 

Cordova 127n 

Corea 68z 

language 715 

Corfu 77vf 

Corinth 77n 

Corinthians (Epistle to) .24pc 

works on 25xc 

Cork 98sf 

Coroners 295r 

Corn 512 

laws 325 

Corneille 811e 

Cornish language 826 

Cornwall 96e 

Coromandel 71s 

Coronations (Kings) ...62mn 
Corporations, private ..294r 

public, municipal 295v 

Public service 294g 



Corpulence 484 

Correspondence 897 

commercial 617 

Corrosion, anti-corro- 
sives 403 

Corsica 132d 

Cortes, Hernando 239f 

Coruna 127i 

Cos 77si 

Cosenza 130a 

Cosmetics 545 

Cosmogony 359 

Cosmology, philosophy . . . 17k 
Cost and standards of 

Hving 318s 

Costa Rica 241 

Costs (law) 296r 

Costume 61p ; 

Cotton 518 

manufactures 586 

seed oil 544 

seed products 580 

Councils, Catholic Church. 31d 

Counterclaim (law) 296 

Counterpoint (music) ...671 

Country Church 29i 

Country residence 608v 

Courland (Kurland) 140k 

Court jester 911 

Courts martial 624 

Court rules 296h 

Courts-in-law 296 

juvenile 304i 

military 624 

Covenanters 41 

Covenants 2941 

Coventry 96tf 

Coverture 295f 

Cowper, William 941k 

Cracow 89pm 

Craniology 478p 

Creation 17k 

Crecy, battle, 1346 109d 

Credit 330 

Creeds, religious 47e 

Cremation 485 

Crete 132f 

antiquities 132g 

Crime and criminals 304 

Crimea 140v 

Crimean war 139it 



Criminal law 295z 

Roman 292v 

Criminal procedure 296i 

Crinoidea 466 

Crises 324 

Crispi 129if 

Criticism, art 633 

literary 899 

Croatia 89vs 

language 833 

Crocodiles 474 

Croesus 73sp 

Cromwell, Oliver 94nf 

Thomas 94ir 

Croup 496 

Croydon 96sx 

Cruelty to animals 303h 

Crusades 81s 

Crustacea 469 

Cryptogams 446 

Cryptography A33x 

Crystallography 439 

Cuba, Biography 254z 

History 254f 

Indians 147z 

Insurrection, 1895-99. 254h 

local history 254t 

travel 254 

20th century 254i 

Cuenca 127r 

Culex 771m 

Culture, History of 301 

Self 305u 

Cumberland, England . . . .96if 

Cumberland road 153m 

Cuneiform inscriptions. . .6961 

Curacoa island 255v 

Currency 327 

: Curtesy (law) 294x 

Curtius Rufus 768fu 

Custom and usage (law) .296p 

Customs, History of 300 

Social. Scr under 
Country. 

Cutlery 575 

Cuza, Alexander, 1859- 

66 137pf 

Cyanide process 567 

Cyclades 77t 

Cyclones 429 

Cymric language 826 



literature 827 

Cynthnos 77th 

Cyprian dialect 744 

Cyprus 132i 

antiquities 132j 

Cyrus, B.C. 560-529 ....72re 
Cyrus, the Younger ....72rl 

Cy thera island 77py 

Cythology 462h 

Cytology, Plant 443x 

Czech language 832 

Dafur 64v 

Dahomey 63qd 

Dairying 511d 

Dakota Indians 147] 

Dakota, North 209 

South 210 

Dalmatia 89pk 

Damages (law) 295k 

Daniara 64e 

Damascus 74f d 

Damnum absque injuria . . 295k 

Dams 417 

Dance of death 637d 

Dancing 613 

Daniel (book of) 24he 

works on 25tb 

Dani sh - Norwegian 

authors 845 

language 844 

literature 844m 

history of 844w 

Danish West Indies . . . .255t 
Dante 785 

criticism on 785z 

Danube river 85hd 

Danzig 87y 

Dardanelles 136rf 

Darien 248p 

Darius I 72rh 

Darius III 72rr 

Darmstadt 88u 

Dartmouth college 307 

Darwinism 460 

Dates. See Chronology. 

Daudet 816f 

Dauphiny 122y 

Deaconesses 32w 

Deaf and dumb 303d 

Deafness 494 



INDEX 

Death 47s 

penalty 304d 

Debating 895d 

rules 260r 

Debtors 294k 

Decalogue, Works on ... . 25re 

Deceit (law) 295k 

Declaration of Inde- 
pendence 158f 

Signers of 158z 

Declarations (law) 296p 

Decoration (art) 648 

minor arts 611, 667 

Decrees (law) 296r 

Deductive logic 2k 

Deeds (property law)..294r 

Defamation 295k 

Defective children 

(education of) 305p 

Defences 296 

Degeneration 460 

Degrees, academic 305k 

Deism 17d 

Dekkan 71s 

Delagoa bay 64i 

Delaware 177 

Delft ware 663 

Delhi 71kd 

Delivery (law) 296r 

Del Norte (Calif.) 232in 

Delos 77ti 

Delphi 77gp 

Delsarte system 896 

Delusions 13 

medical 480h i 

Democracy 258r ! 

Demonology 19d 

Christian 47v | 

Demosthenes 751j 

Denaturized alcohol 537 

Dendrology 447t 

Denmark, Early history. 91kd 

19th century 91m 

20th century 91n 

War of 1863-4 87w 

travel 91 

local history and 

travel 91p 

Density 373 

Dentistry 504d 

Denver 175r 



Department stores 617 

Depositions 296p 

Depravity 47k 

DeQuincy, Thomas 952g 

Derby 96ef 

Dermatology 499 

Dervishes 22s 

Descartes 9f 

Descent (heredity) 460h 

Descent (law) 294x 

Descriptive geometry ...352 

Desert plants 444z 

Desert of Gobi 69x 

Design (art) 642 

Desmidiaceae 446e 

Des Moines 186f 

Despotism 258m 

Determinants 343 

Detroit 195f 

Deuteronomy 24hd 

works on 25rb 

Devils 47v 

Devise 294x 

Devon 96ek 

Devotion 50 

Dew 429 

Dhegiha language 720 

Diabetes 498 

Diadochi 78j 

Diagnosis 487d 

Dialectics 2 

Dials 361d 

Diamonds 438p 

Diatomaceae 446e 

Diazomids 528 

Dickens, Charles 955d 

Dicotyledons 447 

Dictionaries, general B 

language. See each 
language. 

literary 902 

rhyming 904b 

Diderot 812h 

Dies (metal working) ... 575f 

(Plastic art) 662 

Diet 484f 

Differential geometry . . .347g 

Digestion 497 

Dilapidations 294t 

Diocletian 79r 

Diodorus Siculus 751k 



Dionysius Halicarnassus. .7511 

Diphtheria 500 

Diplomacy in general .... 84d 

for special. 'SV c 
Country. 

Diplomatic service 291g 

Diplomatics A34 

Diptera 471d 

Directories, with Local 
histories 

commercial 617 

Disciples, Church of 44f 

Discovery (law) 296j 

(geography) 56 

Diseases 487- 

germ theory 501 

Disestablishment 46s 

Disinfection 485 

Dispensaries 487 

Dispensatories 505 

Dissenters 36d 

Dissociation (chemistry) .526 
Distillation 536 

alcohol 5161 

Distress (legal) 294t 

Distribution, Co- 
operative 322 

District of Columbia 178 

Divination 13 f 

Divorce 314m 

law 295f 

Dmitri (Demetrius) 

1606 139es 

Dnieper river 140r 

Docks 421 

Doctrines, religious 47- 

history 47d 

Dodona 77gf 

Dogma 47d 

Dogs 510f 

Dolopes 77rf 

Dolopia 77gd 

Domesday book 94e 

Domestic animals 510 

architecture 608- 

economy 610 

relations 314f 

relations (law) 295d 

Domicil 291p 

Dominica 255r 

I Dominicans 32m 



INDEX 

Domitian 79kr 

Don, province and river. 140 1 
Donations causa mortis. 294r 

Donegal 98ve 

Doris 77ge 

Dorr's rebellion 215 

Dorset 96er 

Doubt. ^'''' Belief. 

Doukhobors 44 

Dover, England 96h 

Dower 294x 

Drafting, Mechanical 399 

Drainage 418 

buildings 592 

in law 294w 

Drama, history in general. 907 

English 90S 

collected 919 

See also French, Ger- 
man, etc., literature. 

Dramatic theory 906 

Dramatists, California. .9S5x 

Dravidian languages 709 

Drawing 642 

architectural 645 

instrumental 6421 

mechanical 644 

perspective 643 

topographical 644t 

Dreams lid 

Dredges and dredging. . .415d 

Drenthe 90ke 

Dresden 88m 

Dressmaking 611 

Drilling (wells, etc.) 557 

Driving 615 

Drugs 505 

Druids 19u 

Dry farming 507 

Dry-goods 585 

Dryden 937d 

Dublin 98r 

Ducas 79yp 

Dudley, Jane (Lady 

Jane Grey) 94.ig 

Dueling 614k 

Duesse'.dorf 87u 

Dumas, pere 81 6g 

Dunedin 57r 

Duplicating processes. . .A39t 
Durham 96ex 



13 

Dust 485 

Dutch Guiana 250r 

Dutch language 884 

literature 885 

reformed church 41 

RepubUc, 1566-81 90e 

West Indies 255v 

Dyes 539 

Dynamics, Theory of . . . .375 

Dynamometers 393 

Dynamos 388 

Dyspepsia 497 

Ear diseases 494 

psychology lOj 

Earth, astronomy 363 

figure 362 

geo'.ogy 431 

surface features 432 

Earthquakes 435 

Earths, Rare 528 

Earthworks 405e 

Easements (law) 294s 

East India company . . . .72ge 
East Indian islands. See 
Malaysia. 

East Prussia 87p 

East Rumelia 137d 

East Sahara 64t 

Easter islands 57g3 

Eastern archipelago. S< c 
Malaysia. 

Eastern church 30q 

question (general) ...136d 

Ecclesiastes ( Bible ) 24he 

works on 25se 

Ecclesiastical law 46 

polity 46d 

Ecclesiasticus 24xc 

Echinoderms 466 

Eckenlied 859 

Eclipses 365 

moon 364 

Ecology, Botany 444z 

Zoology 459d 

Economics 315 

Ecuador, antiquities . . . .249d 

biography 249r 

history 249f 

local history 249k 

Eddas 841 



14 

Edinburgh 99v 

Education 305 

classic 305ew 

higher 305k 

history 305d 

laws 306z 

legal 289ni 

medical 480r 

musical 669 

physical 614 

religious 305r 

secondary 305i 

technical 305n 

Edward I, 1272-1307 

(England) 94fr 

II, 1307-27 94ft 

III, 1327-77 94fv 

IV, 1461-83 94gr 

V, 1483 94gv 

VI, 1547-53 94it 

VII, 1901- 94x 

Edward the Black 

Prince 94fv 

Efficiency, Industrial 617 

Ego (psychology) 10s 

Egypt, antiquities 65f 

archaeology 65f 

architecture 602e 

art 636 

history 66 

ancient to B.C. 332.. 66d 

modern local 66x 

modern 66m 

French invasion 66k 

Jlohammedan, Sara- 
cen 66h 

Roman, Byzantine . . . 66g 

Turkish 66i 

travel (modern) 65 

Egyptian language 686 

literature 687 

Sudan 64v 

Egyptology 65f 

Eike von Repkow 857e 

Ejectment (law) 296r 

Ekkehard of St. Gall. . . .856e 
Elasticity, theory of . . . .375e 

of materials 404 

Elbe river 85ge 

E! Dorado (Calif.) 232j 

Elections 260- 



INDEX 

contested 295t 

Electric light 389 

power plants 387 

Electrical discharges . . .382x 

engineering 387 

furnaces 574 

measurements 382d 

Electricity 382 

Electrochemistry 534 

Electrodynamics 386 

Electrolysis 534e 

Electrometallurgy 574 

Electro-plating 574 

Electrostatics 385 

Electro- therapeutics ....490 

Elephants 476 

Eleusinian mysteries . . . .19he 

Eleusis 77f 

Elevators 396 

Eliot, George 955e 

Elis 77p 

Elizabeth, Queen (Eng- 
land) 94k 

Elizabeth (Russia) 139ht 

Elizabeth Farnese 126k 

Ellice islands 57in 

Elocution 895 

Embezzlement 295z 

Embroidery 611 

Embryology 463 

of plants 443y 

Emergencies (surgery) .. .504 
Emerson, Ralph Waldo . . . 952h 

Emilia 130f 

Eminent Domain 294s 

Emotions lOt 

Employers, liability 295h 

Employment agencies . . . 303u 

Enamels 667 

Encyclopedias B 

Engineering, civil 411 

electrical 387 

hydraulic 416 

marine 598 

mechanical 393 

military 628 

mining 554 

naval 598 

railroad 410 

sanitary 423 

steam 399 



England (travel) 93 

history. See Great 
Britain. 

politics 275 

English Bibles 24ee 

language 888 

dictionaries 889- 

literature, history 912- 

Middle 924 

Old 921 

periodicals 888c 

teaching 305ey 

Engravers 664z 

Engraving 664 

collections 657, 666 

Enoch, Book of 24xd 

Ensigns 61f 

Entail 294x 

Entomology 471 

Entozoa 461p 

Entries 296f 

Enzymes 538 

Ephemerides 371 

Ephesians (Epistles to).24pd 

works on 25xd 

Ephesus 73sp 

Epic 903 

Epidaurus 77n 

Epidemics 500 

Epigrams 997 

Epigraphy, Greek 745 

Latin 763 

Epilepsy 493 

Epirus 77gf 

Episcopacy 46n 

Epitaphs 997 

Epworth league 45z 

Equality 259 

Equations, theory 343 

differential 347 

Equinoxes 363 

Equity 2951, 294e 

practice 296j 

Erasmus 34ge 

Eric XIV 92fe 

Erotica 911r 

Errors (law) 296t 

Erzerum 73m 

Esdras (Apocrypha) 24xe 

Eskimos 58 

language 706 



Esperanto 684 

Essenes 21z 

Essential oils 544 

Essex y6f 

Estates 294r 

Este, House of 130ff 

Esther (Bible) 24hg 

works on 25rd 

additions 24xf 

Esthonia (Estland) 1401 

Esthonia language 706 

Estremadura 127v 

Estoppel 2941 

Etching 665 

collections 666 

Ether (of space) 359 

(Anaesthetic) 505 

Ethers, chemical tech- 
nology 537 

organic chemistry .... 529 

Ethics 14 

history 14k 

legal 289g 

medical 480e 

of the theatre 906m 

social 14s 

Ethiopia 64r 

Ethiopic language 704 

Ethnology 478 

Ethology 15 

Etiology 487d 

Etiquette 305qe 

Etruria 79zj 

Etruscans 79zi 

language 761 

Etymo'.ogy 725e 

English 892 

French 803e 

German 849e 

Greek 743e 

Italian 779e 

Latin 760e 

Spanish 786e 

Euboea 77gi 

Eucharist 51t 

Euclid 351 

Eudes, Hugh 107s 

Eugene o'f Savoy 89et 

Eugenics 460k 

Euphrates river 73k 

Euripides 754 



INDEX 

Europe, history 84- 

politics 265 

revolutionary 84k 

travel 85- 

War, 1914- 84p 

Eutropius 768fw 

Evidence 296p 

Evil 47k 

Evolution 460 

of man 477e 

of mind lOy 

of mind (education) . . .305p 

Exceptions 296t 

Exchange 330 

Exchequer 296k 

Executions (law) 296r 

Executors 295v 

Exemption 294k 

Exercise 484 

Exeter 96ek 

Exhibitions 506e 

Exodus, Book of 24hh 

works on 25re 

Experiment stations ...507c 

Experts 296p 

Explorations 56 

Explosives 540 

Express 620 

Expression 896 

Extradition 291p 

Eye diseases 494 

optics 379 

psychology lOi 

Ezekiel, Book of 24hi 

works on 25te 

Ezra, Book of 24hf 

works on 25rc 

Fabliaux 809 

Facetiae, legal 289w 

Factors (law) 294e 

Factory acts 295h 

History 318 

Facts, legal 296p 

Faroe islands 91px 

Faience ware 663 

Fairies 19d 

Fairy tales 990- 

Faith. See Belief. 

Faith and works 47m 

cure (medical) 490 



15 

cure, psychical 11m 

cure, religious 44s 

Falconry 615 

Falkland island 247v 

Fallacies 2f 

Family 314f 

law 295d 

Roman 292t 

Fans (ventilation) 593 

Far East 68x 

Farm animals 510- 

buildings 507r 

implements 508 

law 507e 

Farming 507- 

Farther India 68 

Fasts 51f 

Fatalism 47p 

Fathers of the church. . . .27 

Fatigue lOnf 

Faust saga 860f 

Faust, Goethe's 867f 

Feasts, Greek and 

Romans 19h 

Feasts, religious 51f 

Feather-work 611 

Federated Malay States. 68m 

Federation 258 

Great Britain 277 

Feeding of animals 511 

Feelings lOt 

Fees 296r 

Feldspar 439 

Felipe II, 1556-98 1261 

III, 1598-1621 126j 

IV, 1621-65 126if 

V, 1700-46 126k 

Fences (law) 294s 

Fencing 614n 

Fenelon 811ef 

Fenianism 98i 

Feodor I, 1584-98 139en 

II, 1605-6 139er 

Ferdinand I (Austria) .. .89ff 

Ferdinand (Bulgaria) 

1887 137fk 

Ferdinand I (Hapsburg) .89el 

II 89ep 

III 89eq 

Ferdinando I (Naples) . .130d 



16 

II (Bomba) 130e 

Fermentation 538 

f 'ernando V (Spain) 126g 

VI 126ki 

VII 126md 

Fernando and Isabel ...126f 

Ferns 446p 

Ferrara 130f! 

Fertilizers 509m 

Festivals 51f 

Fetichism 19e 

Feudalism 258f 

Fevers 492 

Fezzan 63g 

Fibrous plants 518 

Fichte, J. G 9g 

Fiction, history . _. 910 

English 910e 

collected 920 

French 807x 

collected 808n 

German 853x 

collected 854 

religious 50r 

Field crops 512 

Fiji Islands 57] 

language 718 

Filing systems A28n 

Filtration (water sup- 
ply) 422 

Final causes 17k 

Finance 328 

Fine art 632 

Fines (law) 294s 

Finger prints 304 

Finite differences 346 

Finland 140g 

language 706 

Fire arms 625 

insurance 311 

prevention 591x 

Fire proofing 591x 

Fireworks 540 

Firm-names (law) 294v 

First-aid-to-injured 504 

Fisheries 473x 

law 291 

Newfoundland 291 

Fishes 473 

culture 473x 

angling 615 



INDEX 

Five nations 147h 

Fixtures (law) 294t 

Flagellants 32 

Flagellation 304 

Flags 61f 

Flanders 90n 

Flathead- Indians 147f 

Flax, agriculture 518 

manufacture 585 

Flemish history 90m 

language 884 

literature 885 

Flies 471d 

Floras 448, 457 

Florence 130t 

Florida 179 

Florus 768fx 

Flour milling 580m 

Flowers 447 

culture 519 

morphology 443p 

Fluorescence 379 

Fluxions 3.47 

Fog 429 

Foix 122s 

Folk-lore 990 

Asiatic 990e 

English 990x 

French 990n 

Germanic 990u 

Greek 990k 

Irish 990z 

Latin 9901 

Scandinavian 990w 

Slavic 990s 

Fo!k-medicine 480h 

Foochow 69s 

Food 484 

chemistry 533 

cookery 610 

laws 533 

Force 375 

Foreclosure 294r 

Forensics 895d 

F'orestry 520 

Forgery (law) 295z 

(literary) 901 

Formosa 70p 

Forms, conveyancing . .294rf 

p'.eading, practice ....296f 

Formulae, astronomical. .371x 



chemistry 523t 

civil engineering 401t 

hydraulics 416d 

mathematics 339 

mechanics 393d 

physics 374 

Fortifications 628 

Fortune-telling 13f 

Forum Romanum 131i 

Foundations 405f 

Foundries 575f 

Fractures 504 

Fourierism 302j 

Fourth of July 158t 

France, antiquities 105d 

architecture 604f, 605f 

bibliography 106a 

constitutions 272e 

encyclopaedias 106b 

history 106- 

early to 987 107 

18th century llOz 

Revolution Ill 

Consulate and Em- 
pire 113 

Second Empire 116 

Third Republic 118 

20th century 119 

local history 122- 

Periodicals 106c 

Politics 272 

Societies, historical. . .106c 

travel 105 

Francesco I, 1825-30 . . .130e 

II, 1859-60 130e 

Franchises (law) 294f 

Francia, Dr. (Paraguay) .251h 

Franciscans 32f 

Franco-German war, 

1870-71 117 

Francois I, 1515-47 109n 

II, 1559-60 109q 

Franconia in general 88d 

Middle 88e 

Lower 88f 

Franconia, House of ....82f 

Frankfurt-am-Main 87s 

Prankish philology 850k 

Franklin, Canada 151t 

Franks 107f 

in Italy, 768-969 129e 



Franz I, 1792-1835 89fe 

Franz Joseph I, 1848-.. .89fg 
Franz, Duke of Lor- 
raine 89ex 

Fraternities 312 

college 312x 

Fraud and mistake (law) .2951 

Frauds, Statute of 296p 

Frederik I (Denmark) .. .91kj 

II 91km 

III 91kp 

IV 91ks 

V 91kv 

VI 91mf 

VII 91mk 

VIII 91nd 

Frederick Augustus I 

(Poland) 141if 

II 141] 

Frederik of Hesse 92hi 

Freedmen's bureau 164 

Freedom. See Liberty. 

Freemasonry 312m 

Free trade 325 

Freidank 857f 

French and Indian wars.l56n 

French authors 809- 

drama 807s 

fiction 807x 

language 802 

literature 807 

poetry 807p 

French Congo 63nf 

Guiana 250v 

Guinea 63qf 

Indo- China 68t 

West Indies 255w 

French revolution, 1789- 

99 Ill 

biography lllz 

Revolution of 1830 ....115 

I Revolution of 1848 115m 

' Wars, 1755-1763 156n 

[ Fresco painting 655f 

[ Fresno Co. (Calif.) 232k 

Friars 32- 

Fribourg 134q 

Friction 393 

Friedrich, 1888 86nf 

Friedrich I, Barbarossa.82m 



INDEX 

II, 1212-50 82p 

III, 1440-93 82vf 

Friedrich I (Prussia) . . .87fd 

I II (the Great) 87g 

' Friedrich Heinrich, 

1625-47 90fi 

Friedrich Wilhelm ( the 

Great Elector) 87e 

Friedrich Wilhelm I, 

1713-40 87ff 

II, 1786-97 87h 

III, 1797-1840 87i 

IV, 1840-61 87] 

Friendly Islands 57g 

Friendly societies 312 

Friends. Sec Quakers. 

Friendship 14s 

Friesic, Old 850r 

Modern 883 

authors 884 

Friesland 90kf 

Froebel 305h 

Frogs 473z 

Fronde, The (1648- 

1652) 110m 

Frost 429 

Fruit 514 

preserving 610 

Fuels 541 

Fugue (music) 671 

Fujiyama, Mountain 70tf 

Fukien 69s 

Fumigation (agric.) 508 

Functions, theory 350 

Abelian, Theta 350h 

Elliptic 350e 

Hyper-elliptic 350h 

Hyper-geometric 347h 

Symmetric 343 

Funen 91pf 

Fungi 446h 

Furnaces, electric 562 

engines 399 

chemical 541 

Furniture 595- 

artistic 667 

Furs, fur- trade 5801 

Future life 47t 

Futures 2941 



17 

Gadsden purchase 162 

Gaelic languages 828 

literature 829 

Galacia (Asia Minor) . . . .73r 

Galapagos islands 57gj 

Galatians (Epistle to) . . .24pf 

works on 25xf 

Galba 79ki 

Galicia (Spain) 127i 

(Austria) 89pm 

Galleries of art 657 

Galvanism 386 

Galvanometers 382d 

Gambia 63fv 

Gambler islands 57dg 

Gambling 304 

Game-laws 615 

Games 613- 

Gaming 295z 

Gamopetalae 447 

Ganges river 71fg 

Garbage 423 

Garden cities 318u 

Gardening 519 

kitchen 513 

landscape 5191 

Garibaldi 129ig 

Garnishments 296r 

Gas, manufacture 542 

engines 400 

fittings 592 

lighting 542 

liquefaction 376t 

Gascony 122k 

Gases, chem. technology. .542 

kinetics 377 

mechanics 398 

Gauges 396 

Gauging 335 

Gaul 107d 

Src also 

France, antiquities ...105d 

Celts 76f 

Gaul, Cisalpine 79zi 

Gavelkind 294r 

Gazet teers 54b 

Gearing 396 

Geez, language 703 

Gelderland 90kg 

Gellius 768fz 



18 

Gems (precious stones). 438p 

(engraved) 662 

Genealogies 53y 

collective 52y 

royalty 61g 

Generation (physiology) . .483 

botany 444r 

spontaneous 459 

zoology 462 

Generative organs 498 

Genesis, Book of 24hi 

works on 25rg 

Little 24xg 

Geneva, and Lake 134r 

Genius 15 

Genoa 130i 

Geo- chemistry 527 

Geodesy 362 

Geography 54 

Ancient and Medieval ..54e 

Anthropological 54f 

Biblical 25i 

Commercial 54m 

Dictionaries 54b 

Historical 54h 

History of 54d 

Periodicals 54c 

Physical 432 

teaching 305ee 

Geographers, Lives 54d 

Geology 431 

California 230w 

Surveys 426 

Geometry 351 

absolute 354 

analytic 353 

descriptive 352 

differential 347g 

line 352g 

Geophysics 432 

George I (England) 94sg 

II 94sn 

III 94t 

IV 94u 

V 94xd 

Georgia (Russia) 140z 

Georgia (U. S. A.) 160 

Germ cells (botany) . . . .443x 

(zoology) 462h 

Germ theory (biology) . . . 459 



INDEX 

(of disease) 501 

German architecture ...605g 

authors 856- 

bibliography 847a 

Bund. 1815-66 861i 

drama 853s 

fiction 853x, 872, 876 

grammar 849- 

iournalism 853nj 

language 847 

Old 850 

Old low 8501 

Middle 851 

Middle low 8511 

dialects 852 

literature, history ....853 
Old High and Low. ..853h 

Middle, Low S53m 

Modern 853n 

Collected 854 

Collected drama 855d 

Collected poetry . . . .855 

Germanic empire 82 

languages 838 

German, antiquities 86d 

history 86 

early to 1500 86h 

16th century 86i 

17th century 86] 

18th century 86k 

19th century 861 

Empire, 1870- 86m 

politics 268 

travel 85g 

minor states S7n- 

Gerona 127h 

Gesture 896 

Ghent 90ti 

Ghosts llg 

Gibraltar 127z 

Gifts (law) 294r 

Gilbert islands 57,ig 

Gilds 320 

Ginseng 517 

Gipsies 62p 

language 688 

Girders 406 

Girondists Ill 

Glaciers 434 

Glarus 134rx 



Glasgow 99w 

Glass 548, 663 

Gloucester 963 

Glues 536 

Glycerin 544 

Glocols 529 

Gnosticism 30g 

God, existence 17d 

trinity, miity 47g 

Goeteborg 92tg 

Goethe 867 

Goetter saga 19s 

Gold 567 

as coin 327 

Gold Coast 63qg 

Goldsmith, Oliver 940g 

Goldsmi thing 667 

Golf 615 

Goniometry 439 

Gonsalvo de Cordova ...126f 

Goodness (ethics) 14v 

Good-will 294v 

Gospels (more than 

two) 24pg 

works on 25xg 

Gothic invasions 79v 

Goths 86g 

architecture 603t 

Byzantine 79y 

in Italy 79w 

language 839 

Gottfried von S trass - 

burg 857g 

Gout 492 

Government 256- 

local 261- 

Governor's messages. . .284-5 

Gracchi 79ig 

Grafting (fruit) 514 

Grafting (political) 261 

Grail, The holy 988k 

Grain 512 

Grammar. See each 
language. 

comparative 725 

schools 305! 

Granada 127n 

conquest of 126e 

Grand Army of the 

Republic 163c 



Grand jury 296i 

Grand opera 679 

Granges 507e 

Granite 437 

Grapes 515 

diseases 515p 

Graphite 436 

Graphology 15v 

Grapho-statics 407 

Grasses 511f 

Graeubunden (Grisons) .134s 

Gravitation 360 

Great Britain, antiqui- 
ties 93d 

architecture . . . .604e, 605e 

history 94 

Anglo-Saxons 94d 

Normans 94e 

Plantagenets 94f 

Lancaster and York.94g 

Tudors 94i 

Stuarts 941 

Hannover, House of . . 94s 

19th century 94u 

20th century 94x 

local history 96 

travel (general) 93 

Great Lakes 153dl 

Greece, antiquities 80g 

constitution 266f 

history 78 

early 78d 

Macedonian period . . . 78h 

medieval 78ki 

modern 78ni 

Roman 78k 

Turkish 78kt 

20th century 78n 

travel 77 

Greek architecture . . . .602g 

art 635 

church 30w 

dialects 744 

dictionaries 742b 

of Xew Testament. .25bb 

drama 747 

language 742 

modern 756 

letter societies 312x 

literature 746- 



IXDEX 

modern 757 

mythology 19g 

philosophy 4 

vases 659 

Greenbacks (money) 327 

Greenland 58g 

Grenadines 255r 

Grimm's law 725d 

Groningen 90kh 

Groups, Theory of 343 

Guadalajara 127r 

Guadeloupe island 255w 

Guam 57i 

Guaranty 294m 

Guardian and ward 295d 

Guatemala 241g 

Gudrun 857k 

Guelders 90kg 

Guelfs and Ghibelins 129e 

Guernsey island 93i 

Guiana, antiquities 250d 

travel 250 

Guiana, British 250k 

Dutch 250r 

French 250v 

Guido, 891 82e 

Guienne 122j 

Guilds 320 

Guinea 63q 

Guipuzcoa 127f 

Gujarati language 739 

Gulf of Guinea 63q 

Gums and resins 544 

Gunnery 625 

Gunpowder 540 

Gustaf I, Vasa 92f 

III 92i 

IV 92ik 

V 92ko 

Gustavus II, Adolphus. . .84ig 

Gutta percha 580r 

Guzerat 71rg 

Gyaros 77tk 

Gymnasia (German) ....305i 

Gymnasiums 614 

Gynaecology 503 

Gypsies. See Gipsies. 

Gypsum 403 

building material 403 

economic geology 436 



19 

Haakon VII, 1905 91 w 

Haarlem 90kn 

Habakkuk (Bible) 24hk 

works on 25td 

Habeas Corpus 296t 

Habits 305q 

(psychology) lOn 

Hadlaub 858 

Hadrian 79n 

Hadrian's villa 79zl 

Haggadic works 700n 

Haggai (Bible) 24hl 

works on 25te 

Hague, The 90kr 

Tribunal 291k 

Hainan island 69t 

Hainaut 90tm 

Hair 499 

Haiti 255h 

Hallucinations llg 

Hamburg 88th 

Hamilton, Sir W: 1788- 

1856 9gh 

Hampshire 96s 

Handwriting A32 

Hannibal 76kn 

Hamiover 87r 

Hanover, House of, 

1714- 94s 

Hanse cities 88t 

Hanseatic league S8t 

Happiness 14p 

Hapsburg, House of, 

1282- 89e 

Hapsburg and Nassau, 

House of 82s 

Harbors, Engineering 421 

commercial geography .54m 

defence 629 

Hardware 575 

Harmony (musical) 671 

Harness-making 5801 

Hartford, Conn 176h 

Hartmann von Aue S57h 

Harz mountains 8Ss 

Hastings, battle, 1066... 94e 

Hate, psychology lOtl 

Havana 254th 

Hawaiian islands 57h 

language 718 



20 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel ..955h 

Hay 511f 

Hayti. See Haiti. 

Headaches 493 

Health 484 

laws 485 

public 485 

reports 486 

resorts 484r 

Hearing, psychology lOj 

diseases 494 

Heart 495 

Heat 376 

measures 376d 

Heating 593 

Heaven 47t 

Hebbel S71k 

Hebrew history 75 

language 699- 

literature 700- 

religion 21 

Hebrews, Epistle to the.24ph 

works on 25xh 

Hebrides 99t 

Hedonism 14p 

Hegel 9h 

Heine, Heinrich 869h 

Heinrich I (emperor) ..82fh 

II 82gr 

III 82h 

IV 82i 

V 82j 

VI 82n 

Heinrich of Luxemburg. .82td 
Heinrich von Veldeke . . . 857hv 

Heirs 294x 

Heldenbuch 859 

Heldensage 857 

Heliand 856h 

Heligoland 87w 

Heliographic process ....551 

Hell 47t 

Hellenism in general 78h 

Helvetic republic, 1797- 

1803 134f 

Hemiptera 471r 

Hemp agriculture 518 

manufacture 585 

Henri I (France) 108f 

II 109p 



INDEX 

III 109x 

IV llOd 

Henry I (England) 94en 

II 94fe 

III 94fn 

IV 94ge 

V 94gh 

VI 94gn 

VII 94if 

VIII 94] 

Heraldry 61h 

Herbals 458 

Herbaria 442h 

Hercu'.aneum 79zh 

Herder 862h 

Hereditaments 294r 

Heredity 460h 

Hereford 96f 

Heresies 47d 

Hermetics 525m 

Hermits 50e 

Hernia 497 

Herodotus 751m 

Herpetology 474 

Hertford 96fr 

Hervey islands 57dd 

Herzegovina 89pf 

Hesiodus 751n 

Hesse 88u 

-Cassel 8Su 

-Darmstadt 88u 

-Nassau 87s 

Heterocydic compounds ..529 

High schools 305i 

Highlands (Scotland) 99r 

Clans 99rz 

Highways and streets. . .294s 

Engineering 405 

Hildburghausen 88xe 

Hildebrandslied 856 

Himalayas 71fh 

Himyaric 701 

Hindu language 739 

religion 20d 

Hindustan 71 

Histology 462h 

plant 443x 

Historians : miscellane- 
ous works on 62m 

History 61 



ancient 76 

bibliography 61a 

literary 901 

medieval 81- 

modern 84- 

of philosophy 3-6 

periodicals 61c 

philosophy of 61 

teaching of 305ef 

universal 62 

Histria 79zv 

Hittite language 736 

Hittites 73z 

Hoang-ho river 69n 

Hobart Town 60m 

Hog 510t 

Hohenstaufen, House of.. 82k 
Hohenzollern (province) .87sz 

House of 87f 

Hokkaido 70r 

Holidays in general 51 f 

Holland, history 90 

travel 85n 

Hostein-Gottorp, House 

of 92hi 

Holy Land 74 

Holy Roman empire 82 

Holy waters 51 

Home rule (Ireland) 98i 

Homerus 752 

Homestead 294k 

Homicide 295z 

Homiletics 48 

Homoeopathy 489 

Honan 69nx 

Hondo 70t 

Honduras 241k 

British 241m 

Hongkong 69t 

Honorary titles 61k 

Honshu 70t 

Hook-worm disease 500 

Hops 517 

Horatius 770 

Horn-book A30 

Horology 361d 

Horse 510h 

shoeing 575 

Horsemanship 615 

Horticulture (gen.) 514 



flowers only 519 

Hosea (Bible) 24hn 

works on 25tf 

Hospitallers of St. John.Slkk 

Hospitals 487 

reports 480c 

Hotels (law) 294g 

architecture 608h 

House architecture 608- 

fly 471d 

fly, public health 485 

Household budgets 318s 

Housekeeping 610 

Housing 318u 

Howard, Catherine 94ji 

Hudson river 206 

Hudson's bay 149 

Hudson's Bay company. .151n 

Huelva 127n 

Huesca 127d 

Hugh, Count of Paris... 107s 
Hugh Capet, 987-96 ....108d 

Hugo, Victor 816h 

Huguenots 109t 

Sec also 34f 

Hull House (Chicago) . . .300s 

Humanism 83 

Humanities 746, 901 

Humboldt Co. (Calif.) ...2321 

Hume, David 9i 

Humor 911 

English, collected 917h 

Humorists 957, 963 

Hunan 69rg 

Hundred year's war, 

1338-1453 109d 

Hungary 89v 

early history 89vd 

20th century 89vk 

Local history 89vp 

travel 85h 

Kings, 1389-1490 89ve 

language 706 

Hunting 615 

Huntingdon, England . . . .96fx 

Hupeh 69rh 

Hus, John, 1369-1415. . . .89re 

Husband and wife 295d 

domestic relations . . . .314f 
Hussite wars, 1419-38. . .S9re 



INDEX 

Hyderabad 71t 

' Hydraulic engineering . . . .416 

machines 415 

Hydraulics, Theory 414 

Hydro-electric practice. .387 
Hydrogen (chemistry) ...528 

Hydroida 465 

Hydrography 432h 

surveying 402 

Hydromechanics 414 

Hydrophobia 500 

(public health) 485 

Hydrostatics 414 

Hydrozoa 465 

Hygiene 484- 

school 305y 

Hygrometry 429 

Hymenoptera 471 

Hymns 51h 

German 51hg 

Latin 51hl 

Hypnotism 11m 

Hypochondria 493 

Hypothesis 2h 

Hysteria 493 

Ibraham, 1640-8 136fs 

Icaria 77si 

Ice machines 376t 

Icebergs 432 

Iceland 91q 

language 840 

literature 841 

Ichthyology 473 

Iconography 660 

Idaho 181 

Idealism, History of 6 

Identification 296p 

Idiocy 493 

He de France 123 

Illinois 182 

Illuminated manuscripts .A34x 

Illumination, electric 389 

gas 542 

house lighting 593 

Illusions llg 

Illustration of books A40 

Illyrian language 833 

Imaginaries 344 

Imagination (psychol) ...lOq 



21 

Imbecility 493 

Imbro3 77rg 

Imitation (psychol.) lOv 

Immaculate conception ...47i 

Immigration 309 

Immoral literature 911r 

Immortality 47q 

Immunity 500 

Immuno chemistry 531 

Imperialism (Political) . . .262 

Great Britain 277d 

United States 280z 

Impulse lOv 

Incarnation 47i 

Incas 252d 

Income taxation 329i 

Incunabula A55 

bibliography Ai 

Indexes Al 

Indexing A28i 

India 72 

antiquities 71d 

architecture 602s 

dictionaries 71b 

ethnology 71e 

history, general 72- 

ancient 72d 

Mohammedan period . .72e 

Mogul empire 72f 

19th century 72h 

20th century 72i 

history, local 71f- 

languages 739 

politics 277n 

travel, general 71 

local 71 f- 

Indian archipelago 57q 

Indian ocean. Islands . . . .57x 

Indian Territory 184 

Indiana 185 

Indianapolis 185i 

Indians, North American. .147 

Biography 147t 

Calif ornian 231d 

Canadian 147e 

Central American . . . .147z 

education 147p 

Indians, languages, N. A.. 720 
languages. Cent. & S. A.722 
Mexican 147v 



New England 147g 

Northwest Coast ....147f 
political relations ....147p 
prehistoric antiquities. 147d 

Religions of 19w 

South Atlantic 147i 

Southwest 147m 

Spanish American 147v 

Treaties 147p 

West Indian 147z 

Indians, South American, 
under antiquities of 
each country. See 
class 243d, etc. 

Indie philology 728 

Indicators chemistry ....524 

steam engines 399 

Indictment (law) 296i 

Indigo 539 

Individualism (economic) . .302 
Individualism (political) . . .259 
Indo-European languages . 725 
Indo-Germanic languages . 725 

Indoor amusements 616 

Induction, electric 386 

Inductive logic 2i 

Indulgences 46 

Indus river 71rv 

Industrial alcohol 537 

arts 506 

chemistry 536 

education 305n 

history 318 

Inertia 375e 

Infallibility (papal) Sly 

Infancy (law) 295d 

Infant mortality 309 

Infantry , . .626 

Infants, care of 484p 

Inference (logic) 2i 

Inflammation 492 

Information (law) 296i 

Infusoria 464p 

Inheritance (law) 294x 

Inheritance tax 329k 

Inheritance tax (law)...295x 

Inhibition lOu 

Initials An 

Initiative 2571 

Injectors, steam engines. .399 



INDEX 

Injunctions (law) 296] 

Injuries (surgery) 504 

Inks (manufacture) 539 

Innate ideas lOr 

Innkeepers (law) 294g 

Inoculation 500 

Inquisition 33 

Insanity 493 

Inscriptions, Cuneiform. .696 

Egyptian 687 

Greek 745 

Latin 763 

See also each language. 

Insects 471 

injurious 471x 

Insolvency (law) 294k 

Insomnia 493 

Instinct lOv 

of lower animals lOz 

Instruments 336 

astronomical 361d 

chemical 524 

drawing 6421 

engineering 4021 

manufacture 575 

metallurgical 562 

musical 673 

optical 3791 

Insurance 311 

compulsory, industrial. 311p 

law 2941 

Ufe 3111 

Integrating machines 336 

Intemperance 310 

Interest 317 

tables 618 

See also Usury. 

International law 291 

Interstate law 293u 

Intestines 497 

Invariants (algebra) 343 

Inventions 506i 

Inventors, Lives of .... 5061 

Invertebrates 464 

Inyo county, Calif 232m 

Investments 324 

Iodine 528 

Ionia 73s 

Ionian islands 77s 

los 77tm 



Iowa 186 

Iran 72p 

Iranic languages 734 

Ireland, antiquities 98d 

history 98e 

early to 1700 98f 

18th century 98h 

19th century 9Si 

20th century 98k 

travel 98 

Irene 79yi 

Irideae 447 

Irish language 828 

literature 829 

Rebellion, 1798- 98h 

Iron, analysis 528 

manufactures 575 

mimng 566 

ore 436 

ornaments 648 

Iroquoian Indians 147h 

Irrigation, law of 294w 

engineering 418 

Irritability, animal life... 459 

plant life 444 

Isabel II, 1833-68 126mi 

Isaiah, Book of 24hp 

works on 25tg 

Isauria 73t 

Ischia 130b 

Islam 22 

Isle of France 57y 

Isle of Man 93m 

Isle of Wight 96sf 

Isocrates 751p 

Isomorphism 439 

Istria 89pi 

Italia 79zk 

Italian language 779- 

dialects 780 

literature 781- 

history of 781m 

Italic languages 761 

Italy, architecture. 6041, 605i 

history 129 

Prankish period 129e 

Medieval, -1350 ....129e 
14th and 15th cen- 
turies 129f 



Spanish - Austrian 

period, 1527-1796. 129g 
Napoleonic era, 1795- 

1820 129h 

United Italy, 1820- 

71 129i 

20th century 129k 

local 130 

politics 267 

travel 128 

Ithaca (Greece) 77ci 

Ivan III (Russia) 139ei 

IV 139em 

V 139fv 

VI 139hp 

Jacobi, F. H 9] 

Jacobins Ill 

Jacobites (Scottish) 99j 

Jacquerie, 1358 109e 

Jade 438p 

Jaen 127n 

Jagellons, 1490-1526 89ve 

Jailers (law) 295r 

Jainism 20 

Jamaica 255] 

James (Epistle) 24pi 

works on 25xi 

James I (England) 941] 

II 94pi 

James I (Scotland) 94gi 

II 94gn 

III 99gr 

IV 99gt 

V 99gx 

VI 99hv 

James, Henry 955j 

Janina 136ri 

Jansenists 31u 

Japan, antiquities 70e 

architecture 602x 

art 636 

ethnology 70e 

history to 1850 70e 

later 19th cent 70g 

20th century 70h 

travel 70 

Japanese language 715 

literature 716 

history of 715w 



INDEX 

prints 666 

religion 20s 

war, 1904 70hd 

Jatakas (Pali stories) .. .733 

Jatki philology 739 

Java 57t 

Javanese language 717 

Jean I (France) lOSt 

II 109e 

Jeanne d'Arc 109] 

Jeremiah, Book of 24hq 

works on 25th 

Jersey City 204j 

Jersey Island 93i 

Jerusalem 74] 

Jesuits 32] 

Jesuits in Canada 150e 

Jesuits in Paraguay 251f 

Jetties (Engineering) ...420 

Jewelry 667 

Jewish church 21x 

law 21t 

Jewish- Alexandrian 

philosophers 7 

Jews, History 75- 

to B.C. 538 75e 

B.C. 538-A.D. 136 75g 

Mediaeval 75i 

Dispersal of 75k 

Modern 75m 

Jiu-jitsu 614 

Joan of Arc 109] 

Job, Book of 24hr 

works on 25si 

Joel, Book of 24hs 

works on 25ti 

Johan III, 1568-92 92fi 

John, Gospel of 24pi 

works on 25xi 

Epistles I-III 24pk 

works on 25xk 

John (England) 94 fk 

John I (Byzantine) ....79ym 

John I (Poland) 141gt 

II 141ht 

III, Sobieski 141j 

Johnson, Samuel 940j 

Joint stock companies ..294f 

economics of 322 

Jonah (Bible) 24ht 



23 

works on 25ti 

Jonson, Ben 930j 

Josef I (Austria) 89eu 

II 89f 

Josephine, 1763-1814 ...113t 
Joshua, Book of 24hu 

works on 25rh 

Journalism, History of... 914 

German 853ni 

Journalists 914z 

Jovian 79t 

Juan, Don (of Austria) .126h 

Juan Fernandez 57gi 

Jubilees (Apocrypha) ...24xg 

Judaism 21 

Jude, Book of 24pl 

works on 25x1 

Judges, Book of 24hv 

works on 25rj 

Judgment lOr 

day 47s 

Judgments 296r 

Judicature Act, 1873 296t 

Judiciary 296 

of U. S. Govt 280k 

Judith (Bible) 24xh 

Jugglery 616 

Jugurthine war 791] 

Jurisdiction 296t 

Jurisprudence 289 

Jurisprudence, medical ...481 

Jury 296q 

Justices 295r 

Justin I 79ye 

II 79yi 

Justinianus I, Emperor. .79yg 

legal writings 292h- 

Justinus 768g 

Jute spinning 585 

Jutland (peninsula) 91pi 

Juvenalis 768h 

Juvenile literature. .956, 962 

bibliography of 900a 

Courts 304i 

Kabail language 690 

Kabbala 700v 

Kaffirs 64d 

Kamerun (Cameroon) ...63r 
Kamilaroi philology 719 



24 



INDEX 



Kamtchatka 67x 

Kansas 187 

Kansas -Nebraska act, 

1854 187 

Kant 9k 

Kardof an 64v 

Karl IV of Luxemburg. .82tk 

Karnatic (India) 71v 

Kashmire 71h 

Kazan 140w 

Keats, John 953k 

Keewatin 151tk 

Kenilworth 96tf 

Kent 96h 

Kentucky 188 

Keresan Indians 147m 

Kern county (CaUf.) . . . .232n 

Kerry 98t 

Kesselsdorf, battle, 

1745 87gn 

Khartum 64v 

Khiva 67p 

Kiangsi 69rk 

Kiangsu 69p 

Kidneys 498 

Kiel 87w 

Kiev 140r 

Dukes of 139ed 

Killarney, and Lakes ....98t 

Kindergarten 305h 

Kinematics 375 

machinery 394 

Kinematography 550v 

Kinetic theory 377 

King Arthur 988k 

King George's war 156k 

King William's war 156f 

Kings 258m 

Kings, Book of 24hx 

works on 25rk 

Kings Bench 296k 

Kioto 70tk 

Kiowan Indians 147] 

Kirghiz steppe 67k 

Kleist, Heinrich von 864k 

Klondike 151y 

Klopstock 863k 

Knighthood 81k 

Knights of Malta 81kk 

Knights of Rhodes 81kk 



Knights Templar 81kn 

Knowledge, Theory of 1 

Know-nothing party . . . .280p 

Kolguev island 140e 

Konieh 73w 

Konrad I (Emperor) ...82fd 

II, the Salic 82gx 

III 82kn 

IV 82pk 

Konrad von Wuerzburg. .858k 

Koran 22k 

works on 22m 

Korea 68z 

Kosciusko 141m 

Kossova 136rk 

Kossuth, Louis 89vik 

Krakau 89pm 

Ku Klux Klan 164 

Kudrun 857k 

Kumassi 63qg 

Kurd language 736 

Kurdistan 73m 

Kurile islands 70v 

Kushite language 690 

Kwangsi 69sk 

Kwantung 69t 

Kweichow 69rn 

Kyushu 70w 

Labels 294v 

Labor 318 

of children 318n 

laws 294n 

unions 329 

woman 314p 

Laboratories, chemical ..524 

physical 373 

Labrador 151d 

Lace 611 

Lacedaemon 77g 

Laconia 77q 

Ladies of the Sacred 

Heart , 32s 

Ladin language 777 

Lading, Bill of 2941 

Ladislas (Austria) 89ek 

Ladislas V (Poland) ..141gk 

VI 141gn 

VII 141hr 

Ladislas (Russia) 139ev 



Ladrones 57i 

La Fontaine 811f 

Lake county (Calif.) 232p 

Lahore 7lkl 

Lake District (England) .. 96i 

Lake-dwellers 477r 

Lakes 432 

Lamar tine 813k 

Lamentations (Bible) 24ia 

works on 25tk 

Lanark 99w 

Lancaster 96j 

Lancaster and York 94g 

Land 316 

laws 294s 

reclamation 418 

Landlord and tenant 294t 

Landscape gardens 5191 

Language 682 

artificial 684 

psychology lOu 

teaching 305et 

Languedoc 122r 

Lapland 140i 

La Plata 244 

Lapp language 706 

Larceny 295z 

Lassen county (Calif.)-. 232pn 

Lathe 397 

Latin language 759 

Medieval 772 

literature 764-771 

Post-classic 773 

Latitude 362 

Latium 79zl 

Latter-day saints 23 

Laughter lOt 

Laundrying 578 

Law 289 

ancient 293d 

Anglo-Saxon 293 f 

canon 46 

civil (Roman) 292 

common 294 

constitutional 263- 

criminal 295- 

English 293g 

French 293h 

game 615 

German 2931 



Hebrew 21it 

history of 289d 

international 291 

land 294s 

medical 481 

military 624 

mining 294ii 

municipal 295v 

national 293- 

natural 290 

parliamentary 260r 

reports 299 

school 306z 

statute 297 

study of 289m 

taxation 295x 

Lawn- tennis 615 

Lawyers (ethics) 289g 

Lazarists 32 

Lead 569 

Leases 294r 

Least squares 346 

Leather manufacture ...5801 

Lecce 130a 

Leeds 96vf 

Legacies 294x 

Legends 990- 

Legion d'honneur 84e 

Legitimacy 295d 

Leibnitz 91 

Leicester 96n 

Leiden 90ks 

Leinster 98q 

Leipzig 88n 

Leland Stanford Junior 

Univ 307s 

Lemberg 89pm 

Lemnos 77rk 

Lena river 67v 

Lent 51f 

Leon 127] 

Leon and Castile 126f 

Leopold I (Duke Aus- 
tria) 89sf 

Leopold I (Emperor) ..89er 

TI 89fd 

Leopold I (Belgium) 90p 

II 90pd 

Lepidoptera 4711 

Lerida 127h 

Leros 77sk 



INDEX 

Le Sage 8121 

Lesbos 77rn 

Lesser Antilles 255q 

Lessing 866 

Lettering 646 

Letters of credit 294] 

Letter-writing 897n 

Lettish language 837 

Leucadia 77vk 

Levant 73 

Levees 420 

Leviticus (Bible) 24ib 

works on 25rl 

Libel 295k 

Liberia 63s 

Liberty, civil 259 

moral 47p 

press A47 

religious 30d 

Librarians A29 

Libraries, private A9 

public AlO 

traveling A26t 

university A13 

Library catalogs . . . .A9-A10 

administration A26 

associations A22 

commissions A23n 

economy A20 

legislation A23 

schoo'.s A21 

supplies A25s 

Library of Congress . . . .A18 

Liburnia 79zv 

Libyan language 690 

desert 64t 

Lice 461p 

Lichens 446k 

Liechtenstein 89pz 

Liege 90tp 

Liens 296r 

Life 459 

insurance 311! 

statistics 309 

Light 379 

and air (law) 294s 

(hygiene) 484 

measure tables 379d 

Lighthouses 3791 

Lighting of houses 593 

electric 389 



2.-J 

gas 542 

Lightning 3851 

Liguria 79zm 

modern 130h 

Limbourg 90tr 

Limhurg 90ki 

Limes 403m 

Limitations 296 

Limousin 122p 

Lincoln, Abraham 1631 

Lincoln, England 96nf 

Linguistics 682 

Lippe-Detmold 88v 

Liquid air 376t 

Liquors, manufacture ...516 

laws 310 

traffic 310 

Lis pendens 296 

Lisbon 125y 

Literary composition ...897 

criticism 899 

Literature, comparative. .901 

California 984-986 

teaching of 305et 

Lithography 664t 

Lithology 437 

Lithuania 140q 

language 837 

Little Russia 140r 

Liturgy 51 

Liver 497 

Liverpool 96k 

Livius 768i 

Livonia 140m 

Lizards 474 

Local government 281 

option 310 

Locke, John 9m 

Lockouts (law) 294n 

Locomotives 3991 

Logarithms 339 

Logic 2 

history of 2d 

of algebra 21 

symbolic 21 

Logrono 127g 

Lohengrin ... 858 

Lollards 34ew 

Lombards in Italy 129e 

Lombardy 130] 

London, general 97 



2G 

early to 1600 97J 

guide books, etc 97g 

literary history 97f 

Londonderry 9Svl 

Longevity (hygiene) 484d 

Longfellow, H. W 9531 

Longitude 362 

Longus 751q 

Loochoo islands TOx 

liOrd's prayer 24f 

Lorraine, House of 130tn 

Los Angeles 232q- 

Lothaire, 954-86 107x 

Lothar II, 1125-37 82jr 

Lotteries 304 

Louis I (France) 107n 

IV 107w 

V 107y 

VI 108h 

VII lOSi 

VIII 1081 

IX 108m 

X 108s 

XI 109k 

XII 109m 

XIII llOg 

XIV 1101 

XV llOr 

XVI llOv 

XVII, Dauphin llOy 

XVIII 114 

Louis III, 901 82e 

Louis IV of Bavaria . . . .82tf 

Louis Bonaparte 90gd 

Louis Philippe 115 

Louisburg sieges ..156n, 156k 

Louisiana 189 

purchase 153nl 

Louisianas, The old 

tvi'O 153n 

Louisville 188k 

Love-psychology lOtl 

Low archipelago 57dh 

Lowell, Mass 193k 

Lowell, James Russell . . 953n 

Lower California 238f 

Lower Bavaria 88c 

Franconia 88 f 

Guinea 64j 

Loyola, Ignatius 32j 

Lubricants 544 



INDEX 

Lucania 79zn 

Lucerne 134t 

Lucianus 751r 

Lucretius 768] 

Ludwig of Hungary, 

1370-82 141qf 

Luebeck 88tl 

Peace of, 1629 84i 

Lugo 127i 

Luise, Queen (Prussia) .. .871 
Luke, Gospel of 24pra 

works on 25xm 

Lumbering 520m 

Lunacy 493 

Lungs 496 

Luther 341 

Lutheran church 39 

Luxembourg, Province ..90ts 

and Bavaria, Houses of .82t 

Grand Duchy 90x 

Lycaonia 73r 

Lyceums (self-educa- 
tion) 305u 

Lycia 73t 

language 7341 

Lydia 73sp 

Lyomiais 122n 

Lyric 903 

Lysias 751s 

Macao 69t 

Maccabees, Book of the.24xi 

Knights of the 312 

Macedonia, ancient 78hp 

modern 136rt 

philology 744 

Machines 396 

agricultural 508 

construction 395 

drawing 644 

electric 388 

hydraulic 415 

mechanical 393 

mining 556 

motions 394 

Mackenzie, Canada ....151tr 

Madagascar 64f 

languages 719 

Madeira islands 63im 

Madras city 71vn 

presidency 71v 



Madrid 127s 

Maeterlinck 813n 

Magallanes (So. Am.) . . . .247v 

Magellan Strait 247v 

Magic 13 

lanterns 379i 

squares 337m 

Magistrates 295r 

Magna Charta, 1215 ....276k 

Magna Graecia 78d 

Magnesia 77gk 

Magnetic surveys 384 

Magnetism 383 

animal lira 

terrestrial 384 

Magyars 89 

lanterns 379i 

Mahabharata 730 

Mahmoud I (Turkey) . . .136gi 

II 136hi 

Mails 619 

Maine, France 122g 

United States 190 

Maintenon, Madame llOp 

Mainz 88u 

Maize 512 

Malabar 71s 

Malachi (Bible) 24ic 

works on 25tm 

Malaga 127n 

Malaria 500 

Malay Peninsula 68m 

Malaysia 57q 

languages 717 

Malice 295k 

Malpractice 295z 

Malta 132m 

Mammals 476 

Mammoth cave 188v 

Man 477- 

fall of 47k 

prehistoric 477r 

Management (Industrial) .617e 

Manchester 96m 

Mauchu language 706 

Manchuria 69v 

Mandamus 296t 

Mandaitic language 697 

Mani 30i 

Manichaeism 301 

Manihiki group 57dh 



Manitoba 151v 

Manners 305qe 

Mantinea battle 78g 

Mantuan war, 1627-31 ..ISOj 

Manu 20d 

Manu texts 730 

Manual training 305n 

Manufactures 580- 1 

metalKc 575 

Manures 509m 

Manuscripts M 

works on A34 

Manx language 828 

Map making 362m 

Marathi 739 I 

Marathon, battle 78e 

Marche (France) 122p \ 

Marches (Italy) 130m; 

Marcion 24xqm j 

Marengo, battle, 1800 ..129h! 

Maria (Poland) 141gh 

Maria Carolina (Naples) .130d 
Maria Mercedes, 

1885-6 126rax 

Maria Theresia, j 

1740-80 89ex 

Marie Antoinette, 

1755-93 llOw 

Marie Louise, 1791- 

1847 113v 

Marin co., Calif 232t 

Marine engineering 598 

constructions 421 

surveying 402 

Mariposa co., Calif 232u 

Maritime disasters 56v 

Maritime law, interna- 
tional 291 

commercial 294d 

Marius, Caius 79in 

Mark (Gospel) 24pn 

works on 25xn 

Marlborough 94rm 

Marquesas islands 57dm 

Marriage 314m 

Married women 295g 

Marriage law 295f 

Marseilles 122z 

Marshall islands 57ik 

Marshals 295s 

Martialis 768k 



INDEX 

Martinique islands 255w 

Martyrs 291 

Mary Stuart (Scotland) . .99h i 

Mary (England) 94ix 

Maryland 191 

Masai language 690 

Masai land 63n 

Mascarene islands 57y j 

Masonry 591 

Masons (society) 312m 

Massachusetts 193 

colonial history 193d 

Massage 490 ! 

Master and servant 295h 

Matches 540 

Materia medica 505 

Materials of construc- 
tion 403 

strength of 404 

Mathematics 337 

teaching 305eh 

Matthew (Gospel) 24pp 

works on 25xp 

Pseudo 24xq 

I Matthias, 1612-19 89eo 

Maud (or Matilda) 

I (Queen) 94es 

Maurice, 1618-25 90fg 

Mauritius 57y 

Maxima, minima 347 

Maximilian (Emperor) . . . 82vh 

II 89em 

Maximilian (Mexico) 239k 

Maxims 997 

I legals 289w 

j Mayan Indians 147x 

language 722 

Mazarin, Cardinal 110m 

Mazzini 129ii 

I Measles 500 

Measurements, physical ..373 

electrical 382d 

Measures 335 

Meat business 578 

inspection 533 

Mechanical draft 399 

Mechanics 375 

animal 375n 

applied 393 

Mechanisms 396 



Mecklenburg resolu- 
tions, 1775 1581' 

Mecklenburg-Schwerin ..88vm 
Mecklenburg-Strelitz ...88ve 

Media 72r 

Medical education 480r 

jurisprudence 481 

Medici, Catharine de 109p 

House of 130ti 

Marie de llOd 

Medicine 480 

botany 458 

chemistry 530 

folk 480h 

veterinary olOv 

Medieval history 81 

Mediterranean sea 132 

Medusae 465 

Megaris 77gm 

Meistergesang 859 

Melancthon 34gm 

Melanesia 57i 

languages 718 

Melbourne 60r 

Melos 77tn 

Memory lOq 

training 30.5ph 

Memphis, Temi 217m 

Mendocino co., Calif. ...232v 

Mennonites 44g 

Mensuration (survey) ...402 

Mental science 10 

Mental development . . . .305pr 

Mentz 88u 

; Mercantile law 294d 

Merced Co., Calif 232n 

Mercury, metal 570 

planet 366 

t Meredith, George 955m 

Merger 294r 

Merovingians 107f 

Mersey river 96] 

Mesitylene 529 

Mesmerism 11m 

Mesne profits 294s 

Mesopotamia 73k 

Messenia 77pm 

Messiah, Doctrine of ....47i 

Messina 132x 

Metabolism (plants) ....444e 
(Man) 484 



28 

Metallography 561 

Metallurgy 561 

California 230w 

Metal trades 575 

Metals, chemical analysis. 528 

ore analysis 560 

ore deposits 436 

production 561 

Metaphysics 7-10 

Meteorites 438m 

Meteorology 429 

Meteors 369 

Meters, electric 382d 

physical measurement ..373 

water 415 

Meters in prosody 904 

Methodist church 40 

Metric system 335 

Metrology 335 

Meuse river 90k 

Mexican war, 1845-47 . . . .162 

Mexico, biography 239z 

antiquities 239d 

constitution 271n 

history 239- 

Indians 147v- 

local history 238e- 

travel 238 

Micah (Bible) 24id 

works on 25tn 

Michael (Poland) 141hx 

Michael (Russia) 139ff 

Michael II (Servia) 137xe 

III 137xf 

Michigan 195 

Microbes 501 

Micronesia 57i 

languages 718 

Micro-chemistry 529 

Microscopy 428 

histology 462b 

mineral 437 

plant 443x 

water analysis 532 

Middle States 153m 

Midrashim (earlier) 700f 

(later) 700m 

Milan IV (Servia) 137xh 

Milan (City) 130k 

Milesch I 137xd 

Mllltarv science 623 



INDEX 

law 624 

medicine, hygiene 488 

Milk 511d 

analysis ..533m 

Millenium 47s 

Millinery 585 

Millwrighting 397 

Milton, John 938 

Milwaukee 224m 

Mimicry 896 

(in nature) 460h 

Miklrs 71i 

Mind 10 

evolution lOy 

lower animals lOz 

power over body lOw 

reading lit 

Mine explosions 554e 

Mine shafts 557 

surveying 402 

Mineral waters 532 

resources 436 

Mineralogy 438 

California 230w 

Mines 436, 555 

Miniatures A34x 

Mining 554 

California 230w 

laws 294u 

surveying 402 

Minneapolis 196m 

Minnegesang 858 

Minnesota 196 

Miracle plays, English. . .925m 

French 809m 

German 855m 

Miracles 17m 

Misdemeanors 295z 

Mishna 700f 

Missionaries, Lives 45d 

Missions, General 45 

California 231f 

Mississippi 197 

valley and river 153n 

Missouri 198 

Compromise 198 

river 153w 

Mistake 2951 

Mithraic worship 20i 

Mithridates, I-VIII 73q 

Mnemonics 305ph 



Modena ISOfra 

Modernism (church 

history) 29i 

Modoc CO., Calif 232wm 

Mohammed (Prophet) 22d 

Mohammed I (Turkey) .136et 

II 136fd 

III 136fk 

IV 136ft 

V 136id 

Mohammedanism 22 

Mold (botany) 446h 

Moldavia 137t 

Molecular physics 377 

theory 525t 

Moliere 811m 

Mollusca 468 

Moluccas 57v 

Monaco 124m 

Monarchy 258m 

Monasticism 32 

Monastir 136rp 

Money 327 

Mongol philology 706 

Mongolia 69x 

Monmouth 96nk 

Monogenlsm 478 

Monopolies (law) 294n 

Monopoly 322 

Monroe doctrine 280x 

Monsters, monstrosities. .462 

Montaigne 810m 

Montana 200 

Montanism 30 

Montenegro 137m 

Monterey Co. (Calif.) ..232y 

Montessori system 305g 

Montfort, Simon de 94fn 

Montreal 151m 

Monuments 659- 

Moon 364 

Moorish architecture ...603n 

Moors in Spain 126e 

Moral education 305q 

science 14 

Morality, Mystery plays: 

English 925m 

French 809m 

German 855m 

Italian 781t 

Morals, public 304 



Moravia 89po 

Moravian language 832 

Moravians 44h 

Morea 77k 

Moriscos 126e 

Mormonism 23 

biography 23z 

Mormons, Books of 23e 

doctrines, ritual 23k 

Morocco 63f 

Moro language 717 

Morphology, animals 462 

plants 443 

Mortars 403m 

Mortgages 294r 

Mortmain 294r 

Mosaic law 211 

Mosaics 667 

Moscovy, Czars of 139ei 

Moscow 140f 

Grand Dukes of 139eg 

Moselle river 87u 

Moses, Assumption of..24xas 

Mosquito coast 241n 

Mosquitoes 471d 

Mosses 446m 

Mother Goose 991m 

Moths 4711 

Motion picture drama . . .906v 

Motors, air 400 

electric 388 

gas, vapor 400 

hydraulic 415 

steam 399 

Moundbuilders 147d 

Mountaineering 615 

Mountains 433m 

Mozambique 64i 

Muenster 87z 

Peace of 84ix 

Mulgrave islands 57im 

Munich 88bm 

Municipal architecture ..607g 

engineering 401 

government 261 

law 295n 

Munster 98s 

Murad I (Turkey) 136ek 

II 136ex 

III 136fj 

IV 136fq 



INDKX 

V 136hv 

Murcia 127w 

Murner, Thomas 859m 

Mushrooms, Botany 446h 

culture 513 

Music 669 

dramatic, operatic ....679 

instruments 673 

orchestral 681 

sacred 680 

vocal 678 

Muskhogean Indians 147i 

Mustapha I (Turkey) . .136fn 

II 136fx 

III 136gn 

IV 136hf 

Mutsun language 720 

Mycenae 77n 

Mycology 446h 

Myconos 77tp 

Myrrh 544 

Mysia 73v 

Mysore 71w 

Mystery plays. See Mor- 
ality plays. 

Mysteries 19h- 

Eleusinian 19he 

Mysticism 30m 

Mythology 19d 

American Indians 19w 

Greek and Roman 19g 

Oriental 20- 

Scandinavian 19s 

Mytilene 77rn 

Nabatean language 697 

Nagasaki 70wn 

Xahuatl Indians 147v 

Nahum (Bible) 24ie 

works on 25tp 

Xamaqua 64e 

Names 726 

Namur 90tt 

Nandi language 690 

Nankin 69p 

Nantes, Edict of, 

1598 109ts 

Napa county (Calif.) .. .232z 
Naples, travel 130b 

history 130c 

ISth century 130d 



29 

19th century 130e 

Naples, Gulf of 79zg 

Napoleon I 113n 

III 116 

Narcotics 484h 

Nashville 217n 

Natal 64g 

National law 293 

Natural history 425 

law 290- 

resources (conserva- 
tion) 315t 

selection 460 

theology 17 

Naturalism 899 

Naturalization 291p 

Nature study 305en 

Nature, folk lore 991n 

worship 19e 

Naval architecture 598 

Naval education 305n 

history of Amer. 

rev 158n- 

history of civil war. . .163k 

history of Gt. Brit 94- 

history of U. S 155n 

warfare 630 

Navarra (kingdom) 127k 

Navigation 620 

acts 158f 

law 291 

tables 621 

Navigator islands 57e 

Naxos 77tq 

Near East 137 

Nebraska 201 

Nebulae 368 

Necessity 47p 

Needle work 611 

Ne exeat regno 296r 

Negligence 295k 

Negotiable instruments. .294] 

Negro problem 313 f 

Negro slavery 313 

Nehemiah (Prophecy) ...24if 

works on 25rm 

Nelson, Horatio 94 tn 

Neo-Latinic language . . . .774 

Neo-Platonists 7 

Nepal 71i 

Nepos 7681 



30 

Neptune (planet) 366 

Nero 79kl 

Nerva 79ks 

Nervous system, pa- 
thology 493 

psychology lOe 

Nestoriaus SOq 

Netherlands, antiqui- 
ties 90d 

history 90- 

local history 90k 

travel 85n 

Neuchatel 134u 

Neurasthenia 493 

Neurology 493 

Neutrality 291 

Nevada 202 

Nevada county (Calif.) . .233d 

New Brunswick 151f 

New Caledonia 57jn 

New Castile 127r 

New England, colonial. .. .156 

in general 153e 

New Granada 248 

New Guinea 57k 

New Hampshire 203 

New Haven 176n 

New Hebrides 571 

New Jersey 204 

New Mexico 205 

New Orleans 189n 

New South Wales 59i 

New thought 44t 

New York 206 

colonial history 206d 

state library A14 

New York City 207 

New Zealand 59d 

language 717 

Newark 204n 

Newcastle-upon-Tyne ...96p 

Newfoundland 151e 

Newspapers CN 

bibliography A5 

California 231c 

history 914 

German (History of) . 853ni 

Niagara Falls 206k 

Nibelungenlied 857n 

Nicaragua 241n 

Nicephorus I and II 79yk 



INDEX 

III 79ym 

Nicholas I (Russia) 139ik 

II 139kf 

Nickel 572 

Nicobar islands 57x 

Nicodemus (Bible) 24xr 

Niger river 63t 

territories 63t 

Nihilism in Russia 265r 

Nikopolis, battles 137e 

Nile river 64p 

Nineveh 73kn 

Nisi prius 296p 

Nisyros 77sn 

Nitrification of soils 509 

Nitrogen 528 

Nivernais 122m 

Non-Aryan languages ...685- 
Non-Euclidean geometry. 354 
Non-metallic elements . . .528 

Nootka sound 151s 

Norfolk (England) 96nr 

Noricum 79zv 

Normal schools 305i 

California 3061n 

Norman architecture . . .603f 

Normandy 122e 

Normans in England 94e 

Normans in Italy 129e 

Normans in Sicily 132v 

Norse language 840 

literature 841 

mythology 19s 

North America 144-146 

North Carolina 208 

North East Africa 64p 

North East Passage 581 

North German Confed- 
eration 861n 

North pole-travels 58 

North West Frontier 

Provinces 71] 

North West Passage ....58 
Northampton, England. . .96nx 
Northern Terr. (Aus- 
tralia) 60h 

Northmen 91i 

in America 144f 

Northumberland 96p 

Northwest, Old 211d 

Canadian 151n 



coast 153p I 

Pacific 153p 

Territory 211d 

Trading cos 151n 

Norway, history 91s 

to 1450 91t 

1450-1905 91v 

20th century 91w 

local history 91x 

travel, general 91 

Norwegian language 844 

literature 845 

history of 844w 

Norwich 96nr 

Nose 496 

Notaries 294rf 

Notes 294] 

Notice 294r 

Nottingham 96pf 

Nova Scotia 151g 

Nova Zemlia 140e 

Novels. See fiction. 
American (with novel- 
ists, English). 

Novelists, California 986 

Danish-Norwegian 845 

English, collected 920 

early English, 1066- 

1800 925- 

18th century 943 

19th century 955 

20th century 961 

French, collected ....808n 
Old French to 1400.. 809 
15th and 16th cent.. 810 

17th century 811 

18th century 812 

19th century 816 

20th century 820 

German, collected 854 

down to 1750 856- 

1750-1830 865 

.1830-1900 872 

20th century 876 

Italian, collected 781n 

individual 782- 

Spanish, collected 787n 

individual 788- 

Swedish 843 

Nubia 64v 

Nuisances (law) 295k- 



public health 485 

Nullification, S. Caro- 
lina, 1832 216 

(U. S. Pol. hist.) 155 

(U. S. Tariff hist.) ....325 

Nullities (law) 294r 

Numbers (Bible) 24ig 

works on 25rn 

Numbers, Theory of ....341 

Numismatics 61n 

Greek 61ng 

Roman 61nr 

Nuns 32s 

Nuremberg 88en 

Nursing 487n 

Nutrition 4S4f 

Nuts 514 

Nyanza lakes 63m 

Nyasa land 64k 

Oakland, Calif 236 

Oaths 296p 

Obadiah (Bible) 24ih 

works on 25tq 

Ober-Ammergau, Pas- 
sion play 855m 

Object teaching 305g 

' Obligations 2941 

Roman law 292r 

Observatories, astro- 
nomical 361d 

I Meteorological 430 

publications of 357d 

Obstetrics 504s 

Occult philosophy 13 

Oceanography 432h 

Oceanica 57 

Oder river 85go 

Odessa 140t 

Odoacer 79w 

Odontology 462 

Officers 295n 

Ohio 211 

river and valley 153m 

Oils 544 

mineral 543 

Oklahoma 184 

Old age 484d 

pensions 311t 

Old Bactrian 734 

Old Bulgarian 831 

I 



INDEX 

Old Castile 127g 

Old English language . . . .921 

literature 922 

Old French language 804 

literature 809 

Old Norse language 840 

literature 841 

Old Persian 734 

Old Prussian 837 

Old Saxon 8501 

Oldenburg 88w 

House of 91k 

Olives 514n 

Olympia 77p 

Olympic games, 1896- . . . 614 

Omaha 201n 

Omens 12 f 

Ontario . . •. 151h 

Operas 679 

Opium, use 484h 

Opthalmology 494 

Optics 379 

Options 2941 

Orange, House of 90 

Orange county, Calif. . .232dn 

Orange Free State 64h 

Oranges 5141 

Oratorios 680 

Oratory 895 

Orbits 360 

Orchan 136eh 

Orchestra 681 

Orchids 447 

Ordeal, trial by 296e 

Orders, religious 32 

Ordinance of 1787 211d 

Ordnance 625 

Ore deposits 436 

treatment 559 

Oregon 212 

Orense 127i 

Organ 674 

Oriental architecture 602 

art 636 

literature 727 

philosophy 20 

Orinoco river 253 1 

Orissa 71qr 

Orkney islands 99s 

lorleanais 1221 

Ornament '.648 



31 

Ornithology 475 

Orography 433m 

Orthography 725d 

English 891 

Orthometry 904 

Orthophony 895 

Osaka 70to 

Oscan language 761 

Oscar I (Sweden) 92ik 

II 92it 

Osmosis 526 

Ossetic language 736 

Osteopathy 490 

Otfrid von Weissenburg.856o 
Othman (Turkey) 136ef 

II 136fp 

III 136gk 

Otho 79kk 

Ottawa 151i 

Otto I (Emperor) 82g 

II 82gf 

III 82gk 

IV 82nt 

Ottoman empire, travel. . .135 

history 136 

language 706 

Oude 71m 

Out-door sports 615 

Overyssel 90kp 

Ovidius 768m 

Oviedo 127e 

Oxford 96r 

Movement 36n 

University 307 

Oxenstjerua, Axel 92fx 

Oxygen 528 

Oyster 468 

Oyster industry 473x 

Pacific ocean 57 

states 153p 

Pack transportation ....627 

Padua 130wp 

Paestum 79zn 

Paganism 26d 

Pahlavi language 735 

Pain (psychology) 10k 

Painting 652- 

house 594 

metals 594 

Paints 539 



32 

Palatinate 88g 

Upper 88h 

Palatine, Counts S8g 

Palencia 127j 

Paleobotany 441 

Paleography A34- 

Paleontology 440 

Palermo 132z 

Palestine 74 

antiquities 74d 

history 74e 

Pali language 733 

Palladium (chem.) 528 

Palmerin d'Angleterre. . .795p 

Palmistry 13f 

Palmyra 74m 

Pamphilia 73t 

Panama 248p 

canal 419p 

Pandects (Roman law) . .292j 

Panics 324 

Panlabi language 739 

Pamionia 79zv 

Panslavism 139 

Pantheism 17d 

Papacy, temporal 

power 31p 

Papal states 31n 

Paper manufacture ....580p 

Paphlagonia 73qp 

Papua 57k 

Papyri 749 

Paraguay, antiquities ...251d 

biography 251z 

history, general 251f 

local history 251t 

Parallax, stellar 367 

Parasites, zoological . . . .461p 

Parasitology 461p 

Parasitic diseases 500 

Parent and child 295d 

Paris 123 

BibHotheque Nation- 
ale A15 

Treaty of, 1856 139jt 

Parks 5191 

Parliament 275f 

Parliamentary law 260r 

Parma 130fp 

Pares 77tr 

Parr, Catherine 94ij 



INDEX 

Parsi language 735 

religion 20i 

Parthenon 602g 

Parthia 72rx 

Parties 257n 

British 275p 

United States 280p 

Parties-at-law 296 

Partition 296r 

Partnership 294e 

Pasigraphy 684 

Passion plays. See 
Morality plays. 
Passions (psychology) ...lOt 

Pastor of Hernias 24xt 

Patagonia 247 

Patents 5061 

law 294v 

U. S 506;u 

Paterson, New Jersey . .204p 

Pathetic 632 

Pathology, botany 444x 

medicine 487 

zoology 462 

Patrick, Saint 98pf 

Pattern-making 575f 

Paul, Saint 29ep 

Paul I (Russia) 139iv 

Paulinism 47d 

Pauperism 303 

Pavements 405 

Pawnbrokiug 330 

Payment 2941 

Peace and war 623e 

Peach yellows 514 

Pearl 438p 

fisheries 473x 

Peasants' war 

(Germany) 86ip 

Peat 541p 

Pechili (Chili) 69n 

Pedagogy 305e 

Peerage 61g 

Peekin 69np 

Pelee, mountain 435 

Pelew islands 57m 

Peloponnesian war 78g 

Peloponnesus 77k 

Pendulum 360 

Peninsular war, 1808- 

14 126m 



Penmanship A32 

Pemisylvania 213 

Pensions 256p 

Pentateuch (Bible) 24ik 

works on 25rp 

Pepin 1071 

Perception lOp 

space lOps 

time lOpt 

Perfection 50p 

Performance 2941 

Perfumery 545 

Pergamus 73vp 

Antiquities 73vt 

Pericles 78f 

Periodic law 525t 

Periodicals, general C 

bibliography of A5 

classical 742c 

Danish-Norwegian .... S44c 

French 802c 

German 847c 

Italian 779c 

Jewish 699c 

Russian 835c 

Spanish 786c 

Swedish 842c 

Permutations 340 

Perpetuities 294r 

Persecutions (Church 

hist.) 29 

(of Christian sects) ...30 

Perseus 990k 

Persia 72p 

ancient history 72r 

mediaeval history 72s 

later history 72t 

Persian art 636 

language, old 734 

middle 735 

modern 737 

religion 20i 

wars 78e 

Persius 768n 

Personal equation 346 

Personality 10s 

Persons, law of 295 

(Roman) 292t 

Perspective (drawing) ..643 
Perth, Western Aus- 
tralia 60x 



Perth, battle, 1396 99gf 

Perturbations 360 

Peru, antiquities 252d 

biographies 252z 

history 252f 

local history 252t 

travel 252 

Peter, I-II (Bible) ....24pq 

works on 25xq 

Peter the Great (Rus- 
sia) 139g 

II 139hf 

III 139hv 

Peter I (Servia) 137xk 

Petrarca 782p 

Petrography 437 

Petroleum 543 

Petronius 768nt 

Pfalz, House of 92g 

Phaedrus 768p 

Phalhsm 19e 

Phanerogams 447 

Pharmacology 505 

Pharmacopoeias 505 

Pharmacy 505 

Pharsalia, battle 79] 

Phase rule 526 

Phenols 529 

Philadelphia 214 

Philately 619 

Philemon (Bible) 24pr 

works on 25xr 

Philipp, 1197-1208 82nk 

Philipp Willem, 1584- 

1618 90fe 

Philippe I (France) 108g 

II 108k 

III 108p 

IV 108r 

V 108v 

VI 109d 

Philippi, battle 79j 

Philippians, Epistle to ..24ps 

works on 25xs 

Philippines 57p 

language 717 

Philologists' works 683 

Philology 682 

Indo-European 725 

periodicals 682c 



INDEX 

See under each lan- 
guage. 

Philosophers, ancient 7 

mediaeval 8 

modern 9 

Philosophy 1 

history 3-6 

Phlogiston (chemistry) .. .528 

Phocas 79yk 

Phocis 77gp 

Phoenicia 74p 

Phoenician language 698 

Phoenix islands 57dn 

Phonetics 725d 

Phonograph 388t 

Phonography A33 

Phonology 725d 

English 891 

Phosphates, economic 

geology 436 

chemistry 528 

fertilizer 509m 

Phosphorescence 379 

Photo-play writing 906v 

Photo-engraving 551 

Photography 550 

astronomical 361 

micro-photography ....428 

Photometry 379i 

Phrenology 15p 

Phrygia 73w 

Phylloxera 515p 

Phylogeny 444n 

Physical culture 614 

geography 432 

Physics 372 

chemical 526 

teaching 305ek 

Physiological chemistry ..530 

Physiognomy 15y 

Physiography 432 

Physiology 483 

comparative 462 

plant 444 

teaching 305er 

Piano 675 

Picardy 122d 

Picenum 79zp 

Picts 99d 

Picture collections 657 



33 

Pidgeon-English 720 

Piedmont 130n 

Pietists 39 

Pilgrimages 50e 

Piling 405f 

Pilot guides 432h 

Pilots (law) 291 

(seamanship) 620 

Pindarus 751t 

Piracy, adventure 243p 

law 291 

Pisa 130rp 

Pisidia 73t 

Pitcairn 57dp 

Pittsburg 213p 

Pizarro 252n 

Placer co. (Calif.) 233e 

Plagues 500 

Planets 366 

Planimeter 336 

Plankton 425 

Plant breeding 444n 

collecting 442h 

culture 512- 

diseases 444x 

geography 444^ 

lore 442p 

Plantagenets 94f 

Plants 442 

fungous 446h 

geographical distribu- 
tion 459d 

useful, botany 458 

cultivation of 517 

Plastering (masonry) ...591 

Plataea. battle 78e 

Plate (fine arts) 667 

Plating, electro 574 

Plato 7p 

Platt-Deutsch language . 852p 

literature 881 

Plautus 768q 

Play grounds 613 

Pleading 296- 

Pleasure, Sense of 10k 

Pledges 294m 

Plinius Caecilus Se- 

cundus 768r 

Plinius Secundus 768s 

Plumas CO. (Calif.) ...233ep 



34 

Plumbing 592 

Plutarchus 751u 

Plymouth (England) 96ek 

Pneumatics 398 

Poe, Edgar Allen 955p 

Poetics 903 

Poetry, history of 903 

English, history of . . . .905 

collected 918 

Poets, California 985 

English, collected 918 

early to 1800 925- 

17th century 936 

18th century 941 

19th century 953 

20th century 959 

French, collected 808p 

old to 1400 809 

15th and 16th cen- 
tury 810 

17th century 811 

18th century 812 

19th century 814 

20th century 818 

German, collected 855 

early to 1150 856 

1150-1750 857- 

1750-1830 863 

1830-1900 870 

20th century 874 

Points sets (geometry) .352g 

Poisons 531 

Poitiers, battle, 1356 . . .109e 

Poitou, France 122h 

Poland, antiquities 141d 

ethnology 141d 

history, general 141 

early to 1333 141f 

1333-1800 141g-m 

19th century 141n 

20th century 141p 

travel 141x 

Poland, Partitions of... 141k 

Polar regions 58 

Polariscope 379i 

Polarization (light) 380 

Police law 295r 

municipal administra- 
tion 261t 

Polish language 834 

Politeness 305qe 



INDEX 

Political economy 315 

science 256 

parties 280p 

Politics, France 272 

Politics, general 256 

Great Britain 275 

United States 280 

Pollination of plants. .. .444n 

Polyandry 314mg 

Polybius 751v 

Polygamy 314mg 

Polygenism 478 

Polyglot Bibles 24d 

Polyglot dictionaries ...889w 

Pomerania 87t 

Pomology 514 

Pompadour, Madame .... llOr 

Pompeii 79zh 

Pompeius 79] 

Poniatowski (Stanislas 

II) 141k 

Ponte Corvo, House 

of 92jd 

Pontevedra 127i 

Pontiac's war, 1763- 

64 156t 

Pontus 73q 

Poor Clares 32s 

Poor laws 303 

Pope, Alexander 941p 

Popes, Lives of the .... .31e 

Church history 31 

Population 309 

Porcelain, art 663 

manufacture of 548 

Porifera 465 

Port Royalists 31u 

Portland, Maine 190p 

Portland, Oregon 212p 

Portland cement 403m 

Porto Rico 255p 

Portraits (painting) ...655p 

(collected) 52x 

Portsmouth 96s 

Portugal, history ..125i, 126 

local history 125x 

travel 125f 

See also Spain and 
Portugal. 
Portugese East Africa... 64i 
Guinea 63qp 



\ 

language 794 

literature 794m 

West Africa 64] 

Posen 87 tx 

Positivism 9e 

Possession. Roman law.292p 

common 294q 

Post office 619 

Posters 642 

Pottery, art 663 

manufacture 548 

Poverty 303 

Poultry 510g 

Power of attorney ....294r 

Pragmatism 14r 

Prague 89rx 

Battle, 1757 87gs 

Prakrit language 733 

Prayer 47w 

books (Anglican) .51p 

Preaching 48 

Precedents (law) 296f 

Precis writing 897 

Predestination 47p 

Premonstratensians 321 

Pre-Raphaelitism 652e 

Presbyterianism 41 

Prescription-writing ....505 
President of the U. S...280e 
Press, Liberty of A47 

work A39e 

Presumption (law) 296p 

Pretenders (Eng. Hist.) 

James Edward 94rs 

Charles Edward . . . 94st 

Prices 324 

Primary schools 305g 

Primogeniture 294x 

Prince Edward Island. .ISljp 
Principal and agent ....2948 
Principal and surety . . . 294m 
Printers' lives A38 

marks A36m 

Printing A36-A39 

Prints and etchings 666 

Prisons 304p 

Privateering 630 

(U. S.) 155n 

Prizes (law) 291 

Probabilities 346 

Probate 296v 



Procedure 292x, 296- 

Process 296f 

Produce exchange 294e 

Production 318 

Profits 317 

sharing 319s 

Prohibition 310 

legal 296t 

party 280p 

Projections 352 

Promoters 294f 

Propellors 415 

Proof 296p 

reading 897t 

Proper tius 768t 

Property 317 

law 294q 

Roman law 292p 

Prophecy 25p 

Prosody, English 904 

Greek 743m 

Latin 760m 

Prostitution 304w 

Protection 326 

Proteids 533 

Protestant Episcopal 

church 36w 

Protestantism 35 

Protevangelium (Apo- 
crypha) 24xv 

Protoplasm 459 

Protozoa 464p 

Provencal, language ....799- 
Provencal, literature. 800-801 

Provence 122z 

Proverbs 997 

Bible 24in 

works on 25sn 

Providence, Rhode Is- 
land 215p 

Pruning (agriculture) ...508 

Prussia, history 87 

local history 87n- 

Old language 837 

travel 85g 

Psara 77sp 

Psalms (Bible) 24ip 

works on 25sp 

of Solomon 24xj 

Pseudo-Matthew 24xq 

Pseudonyms An 



INDEX 

Psychiatry 493 

Psychic phenomena 11 

Psycho- therapeutics .... lip 

Psychology 10 

Psychology, Comparative. lOx 

history of lOd 

of hearing lOj 

of lower animals lOz 

of religion 16p 

of sex lOfs 

of vision lOi 

physiological 10 f 

social lOx 

Psychophysics lOg 

Ptolemaic period 66f 

Public debts 328 

documents, British 279 

documents, U. S 283 

lands 316 

speaking 895 

Publishers' catalogues . . . .A8 

lives A46 

Publishing A45 

Pumps 415 

Punctuation 897t 

Punic language 698 

wars 79g 

Punishment, Capital 304d 

Punjab 71k 

Purchaser 294r 

Pure food laws 533 

Purgatory 47t 

Purin (chemistry) 529 

Puritanism 38 

Puritans, English his- 
tory 94n 

New England 156 

Religious history 38 

Puseyism 36n 

Puzzles 616 

Pyramids 65p 

Pyrenees 122s 

Pyrenomycetes 446h 

Pyrotechnics 540 

Pyrrhus of Epirus 78j 

Pythias, Knights of 312 

Quadrupeds 476 

Quakers 44q 

Quarantine 485 

Quarrying 557 



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Quasi contracts 2941 

Quaternions 344 

Quebec 151k 

[ Capture, 1759 156n 

Queen Anne's war 

(1702-13) 1561 

Queensland 59w 

Quicksilver 570 

Quietists 31u 

Quintilianus 768u 

Quo warranto 296t 

Quotations 999 

Rabelais 810r 

Racine 811r 

Racing 295z 

Radiates 465 

Radiation 376 

Radio-activity 382x 

Radiolaria 464p 

Radium 382x 

Raetia 79zi 

Ragusa 89pk 

Railroads 409 

electric 388r 

engineering 410 

finance 413x 

history 413- 

operation 412 

periodicals 409c 

regulation 413n 

reports 409d- 

traffic 413t 

Railways, law 294g 

Rain 429 

Raisins 515 

Rajputana 71r 

Ramayana 730 

Rapid transit 620 

Rat (Zoology) 476 

(public health) 485 

Rates (Railroad) 413n 

Raoul (Rudolf) 923-36.. 107y 
Rastadt congress, 

1797-9 84k 

1713-14 84js 

Rarer elements 528 

Rational theology 17d 

Ratisbon 88h 

Ravenna, City 130 fr 

Battle, 1512 129f 



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Readers S94 

Reading, choice of 900 

elocution 895 

teaching 305ev 

Reading, Penna 213r 

Reagents (chem.) 527 

Real estate, business ...617 

Reason lOr 

Reasoning 2 

Receipts 506 

Receivers 296] 

Recipes 610 

Reciprocity 325 

Reconstruction 164 

Recoupment 295k 

Recoveries 294s 

Recreation 613- 

Red Cross Society 303s 

Referees 296r 

Referendum 257i 

Reflection (psychol.) 10s 

heat 376 

light 379 

Reformation, 16th cen- 
tury 34 

Austria, Bohemia 34p 

England and Scotland. . .34e 
Germany and Holland . . . 34g 

Switzerland 34s 

Reformatories 3041 

Refraction 379 

Refrigeration 376t 

Refuse disposal 423 

Regeneration, biology 459 

botany 444n 

theology 47m 

zoology 462 

Regimental histories, 

U. S 163h 

Registration of con- 
veyances 294r 

of voters 260g 

Regulations, army 626 

navy 630 

Reign of Terror, 1793- 

94 lllh 

Reincarnation 47q 

Reineke Vos, Fuchs . . . 859r 

Religion 16 

and science 18 

Christian 26 



INDEX 

non- Christian 19-23 

practical 50 

psychology of 16p 

Religious education 305r 

fiction, anecdote 50r 

Remedies (legal) 296- 

Removal of causes 296t 

Renaissance, art 638 

history 83 

Renart, Roman de 809r 

German versions 859r 

Rent 316 

Rents, law 294t 

Reparation 295k 

Replevin 296r 

Representation 260 

Representative govern.. 258r 

Reptiles 474 

Republican government . . 258r 

party (U. S. politics) .280p 

Res judicata 294r 

Reservoirs 417 

Resins (chemistry) 544 

Resorts, Health 484r 

Respiratory system 496 

Restraint of trade 

(law) 294n 

Resurrection 47s 

Retaining walls 405f 

Retz, Cardinal llOn 

Reuss-Greiz 88wr 

Schleiz 88wx 

Reuter, Fritz 881 

Revelation 17r 

Revelations, Book of...24pt 

works on 25xt 

Revenue 329 

church 46d 

law 295x 

Review (law) 296t 

Revivals ,29r 

Revocation 294x 

Reynard the Fox 809r 

Rhaeto-Romanic 777 

Rheinland 87u 

Rheinpfalz 88g 

Rhetoric 897 

Rheumatism 492 

Rhine 85gr 

Confederation, 1806- 
14 861f 



Rhine province 87u 

Rhizopoda 464p 

Rhode Island 215 

Rhodes 77sr 

Rhodesia 64k 

Rhymes (prosody) 904 

Rhythm (English) 904 

Rice 512 

Richard I (England) 94fh 

II 94fz 

III 94gx 

Richard of Cornwall 82r 

Richelieu, Cardinal llOh 

Richmond 221r 

Richter, J. P. F S65r 

Ridicule (psychology) ....lOt 

Rifle practice 626 

Riga 140n 

Right of search 291 

Riot duty 624 

Riparian rights 294w 

Rituals 51 

Roman Catholic 51rr 

Rivers 432 

engineering 420 

law of 294w 

Riverside (Calif.) 233ev 

Riviera 130h 

Road law 294s 

Roads 405 

Robbery 295z 

Robert (France) 107u 

II lOSe 

Robert I (Scotland) ... .99fx 

II 99ge 

III 99gf 

Robin Hood 988r 

Rochester, N. Y 206r 

Rocks 437 

Rocky mts., U. S 153w 

Rocky mts., Canada . . . .151r 

Roentgen rays 382x 

Roland, Chanson de 809s 

Rolls Chronicles (Eng- 
land) 102r 

Romaic language 756 

literature 757 

Roman antiquities 80r- 

architecture 602m 

Catholic church 31 

constitution 266r 



I 



Empire 79k 

history 79- 

law 292 

mythology 19g 

Republic 79e 

Western Empire 79v 

Romance 910 

languages 775 

Romances. See Novelists. 

Medieval 988 

Romanov, House of ....13 9 f 
Romans, Epistle to ....24pv 

works on 25xv 

Romansch language 777 

Romanticism 899 

Romany philology 638 

Rome (City of) 131 

archaeology 131 f 

Forum Romanum 131i 

history 131p 

Province of 131t 

topography 131d 

Roofs 408 

Roosebeke, battle, 1382.. 90n 

Roses, War of 94g 

Rosicrucians 13r 

Rossetti, D. G 953r 

Rotifera 467 

Rotterdam 90kt 

Roumania. See Rumania. 

Rousseau, J. J 812r 

Roussillon 122s 

Rowing (sport) 615 

Rubber goods 580r 

Rudolf I of Hapsburg...82sd 
Rudolf II (Austria) ...89ed 

III 89ee 

IV 89eh 

V 89en 

Rudolf von Ems 857r 

Rueckert, Friedrich ...863r 

Ruegen island 87t 

Rugs, Oriental 585 

Rule of the road 291 

Ru'es of order 260r 

Rumania 137n- 

language 776 

Runes S38r 

Ruprecht of the Pala- 
tinate 82tr 

Rural architecture ....507r 



INDKX 

iife 507e 

schools 305i 

Rurik 139ee 

Ruskin, John 952r 

Russia, antiquities 139d 

bibliography 139a 

ethnology i39d 

history 139 

early to 1613 139e 

17th century 139f 

18th century 139h 

19th century 139j 

20th century 139k 

local history 140- 

language and litera- 
ture 835 

bibliography 835a 

collections 835m 

dictionaries 835b 

drama 835y 

fiction 835z 

history of 835w 

periodicals 835c 

poetry 835x 

Russia in Europe, 

travel 138 

in Asia, travel 67 

Russian campaign, 1812. 113f 

war, 1877-8 136hx 

Russo-Japanese war ...70hd 

Ruth (Book of) 24iq 

works on 25rr 

Rutland 96rf 

Ryswick treaty, 1697 ...84g 

Sabbath 47x 

Sachs, Hans 860s 

Sachsenspiegel 857e 

Sacramento, CaHf 233f 

Sacraments 51s 

Sacrifices 19e 

Sahara 63d 

St Bartholomew, Mas- 
sacre of 109tm 

St. Croix island 255t 

St. Gallen 134v 

St. Helena island 63is 

St. John island 255t 

St. Lawrence river & 

gulf 149 

St. Louis, Missouri 199 



37 

St. Lucia 255r 

St. Paul, Minn 196s 

St. Petersburg 140p 

St. Thomas island 255t 

Sainte Beuve 813s 

Saintouge 1221 

Saints' lives 291 

Sakhalin island 67y 

Salamanca 127] 

Salamis, battle 78e 

Salem, Mass 193n 

Salerno 130b 

Sales 2941 

Salford 96j 

Salic law 2931 

Saiishan Indians 147f 

Sai:ustius 768v 

Salonica 136rt 

Salop 96rk 

Salt, manufacture 580s 

Salt Lake City .. ..219s 

Salts (chemistry) 528 

Salvador 241s 

Salvage 291 

Salvation 47m 

army 44! 

Salzburg 89pp 

Samaritan philology 697 

Samaritans 21z 

Samarkand 67q 

Samnium 79zs 

Samoan islands 57e 

language 718 

Samos 77s3 

Samothrace 77rs 

Samuel (Book of) 24ir 

works on 25rs 

San Benito, Calif 233h 

San Bernardino, Calif. . . .233i 

San Diego, CaHf 233] 

San Domingo 255i 

San Francisco 234- 

public library A16 

San Joaquin, Calif 233k 

San Luis Obispo, Calif... 2331 

San Marino 130z 

San Mateo. Calif 233ra 

Sanctuary 296e 

Sand, George 816s 

Sand dunes 432 

Sandwich islands 57h 



38 

Sanitary commissions ...303s 

chemistry 530 

engineering 423 

law 485 

science 4S5 

Sanskrit 728- 

Santa Barbara, Calif. . . .233n 

Santa Clara, Calif 233o 

Santa Cruz (Argen- 
tina) 244tv 

Santa Cruz, Calif 233p 

Santander 127g 

Santorin 77tz 

Saracens 73f 

in Spain 126e 

Saragossa 127d 

Sarawak 57s 

Sardinia, antiquities 132p 

history 132q 

travel 132p 

Saskatchewan 151x 

Sassanids 72rz 

Satan 47v 

Satellites 366 

Satire 911 

Savings banks 330 

Savoy 122w 

Saws (tools) 397 

Saxe-Altenburg 88xe 

-Coburg-Gotha 88xg 

-Meiningen 88xn 

-Weimar-Eisenach ...88xw 

Saxon, Old 8501 

authors 856 

Middle 8511 

Saxony (Prussia) 87v 

Kingdom of 88] 

Scandinavia, travel 91 

antiquities 91h 

history 91g 

languages 840 

literature 841 

history 840w 

Scarlet fever 500 

Scepticism 16g 

Schaffhausen 134vn 

Schaumburg-Lippe 88vl 

Schelling, F. W. J. von 9p 

Schiller 868 

Schleswig-Holstein 87w 

Scholasticism 5 



INDEX 

Scholastics 8 

School administration ...305f 
books (unclassified) ...894 

gardens 305ep 

law 306z 

medical inspection . . . .305y 

reports 306 

rural 305i 

Schopenhauer, A 9r 

Schwarzburg-Rudolstadt .88y 

-Sonderschausen 88ys 

Schwyz 134vt 

Sciathos 77rf 

Science and religion 18 

essays 334 

natural 425 

physical 333 

Scilly islands 96e 

Scio 77sg 

Scopelos 77rf 

Scores, Operatic 697s 

sacred 680s 

Scotch Highland language. 828 

literature 829 

Lowlands, language . . .888s 

literature 925 

Dictionaries 889 

Scotland, antiquities 99d 

History 99e 

early to 1371 99f 

17th and 18th cent.. .991 

19th and later 99k 

Rebellions, 1715, 1745... 99j 

Travel 99 

Scott, Sir Walter 955s 

Scottish borders 99x 

Highlands 99r 

Lowlands 99x 

Text Society 927s 

Scranton, Penna 213s 

Sculpture 659 

ancient 660 

medieval, modern 661 

Scutari (Albania) 136rx 

Scyros 77rf 

Scythia (ancient) 67f 

Sea weeds 446e 

Seals 662 

(animals) 476 

Seamanship 621 

Seamen (law) 291 



Seasickness 492 

Seasons 363 

Seattle 223p 

Secession (U. S. hist.) 163 

Second Empire, 1851- 

70 116 

Republic, 1849-51 115m 

Securities 294] 

(economics) 324 

Secret societies 312 

Sects, Christian 30- 

Seeds 512 

morphology 443r 

Segovia 127g 

Seisin 294q 

Seismology 435 

Selaginella 446p 

Seleucides 74e 

Self -culture 305u 

consciousness 10s 

defence 295z 

SeUm I (Turkey) 136fT 

II 136fi 

III 136gt 

Semantics 682 

Semasiology 892 

Seminole Indians 179 

Semitic antiquities 75x 

languages 695- 

Sempach, battle, 1386..134ek 

Seneca, L. A 768w 

Senegal 63fs 

Sensations lOh 

Septem Sapientes 991s 

I Serfdom 313s 

[Sericulture 588 

Series and limits 345 

iSeriphos 77ts 

Sermons 49 

Servant 295h 

Servia 137v- 

Servian language 833 

Service 296 

Servitude 313 

Set-off (law) 295k 

' Settlements in law 294x 

' Social 300s 

Seven sages 991s 

Seven years' war 87gs 

Sevilla 127n 

, Sewage 423 



use of 509m 

Sewers 423 

Sewing 611 

Sex, Ethics lOfs 

Hygiene 484n 

Instruction 305er 

Origin 460 

Psychology 10 fs 

Seychelles islands 57y 

Seymour, Jane 94ig 

Shades, shadows 352 

Shakers 44k 

Shakespeare works 931 ; 

criticism 932 

Shanghai 69p 

Shannon (river) 98sc 

Shansi 69q 

Shantung 69qs 

Sharks 473 

Shasta, Calif 233q 

Sheep 510s 

Sheffield 96vx 

Shelley, P. B 953s 

Shells 46S 

Sheriffs 295r 

Shetland islands 99s 

Shikoku 70z 

Shintoism 20s 

Ship propulsion 393 

Shipbuilding 598 

Shipping 620 

subsidies 323 

Ships (law) 291 

Shipwrecks 56v 

Shoes 5801 

Short story 910t 

Shorthand A33 

Shoshonean Indians 147k 

Shropshire 96rk 

Siam 68g 

Siamese language 709 

Siberia 67s- 

Sicilian Vespers 132w 

Sicilies, The Two. See 
Naples, History. 

Sicily 132s- 

Siebenbuergen 89 vt 

Sieges 628 

Siena 130rs 

Sierra CO., Calif 233qs 

Sierra Leone 63x 



INDEX 

Sierras 230p 

Sight. See Eye, Vision. ! 

Sigillography 61n 

Sigismund I (Poland) . . .141gx 

II 141h 

III 141hij 

Sigismund (Sweden) 92fn 

Sigismund (Luxemburg) . .82ts 

Signal service 429 

Signalling 626 

Sikh religion 20 

Sikhs 71k 

Sikkim 71i 

Silesia (Austrian) 89pq 

(Prussian) 87x 

Silicates 438 

Silk 588 

Silver 568 

as coin 327 

Silver smithing 667 

Simony (canon law) 46 

Sin (doctrine) 47k 

Sinai Peninsula 66z 

Sinde 71rn 

Siudhi language 739 

Singapore 68p 

Singhalese language 733 

Singing 677 

Siouan Indians 147j 

war (1862) 196 

Siphnos 77tt 

Siskiyou CO., Calif 233qu 

Sisterhoods, Catholic 32s 

non-CathoUc 32w 

Skin 499 

Skulls 478p 

Slander 295k 

Slang, English 889y 

German 848y 

Slang, with language. 

Slate building materials. .403 

ore deposits 436 

Slavery 313 

Slavic languages 830 

Slavonia 89vs 

Sleep, psychology lid 

hygiene 484 

Slide-rule 336 

Slide-valves 396 

Slovakian language 832 

Slovenian language 833 



39 

Smalcaldic league 86is 

Small-pox 500 

Smell 10k 

Smelting 561 

electric 574 

Smoke prevention 541 

Smoking (hygiene) 484h 

Smyrna 73s 

Snakes 474 

venom 531 

worship 19e 

Soap making 544 

Sobieski (John III) 141i 

Social ethics 14s 

evil 304w 

psychology lOx 

science 300 

settlements 300s 

Socialism 302 

Societies, bibliographical. . .Ac 

geographical 54c 

historical 61c 

law of 294f 

scientific 333c 

secret 312 

Society Islands 57f 

Socinianism 47g 

Soils 500 

Sokoto 63t 

Sokotra island 64x 

Solano CO., Calif 233r 

Solar system 366 

Solders 575m 

Solferino, battle, 1859... 129i 

Solomon, Song of 24is 

works on 25ss 

Psalms of 25xj 

Wisdom of 24xm 

Solomon islands 57n 

Solothurn 134vx 

Solutions 526 

Solyman I (Turkey) ...136fg 

II 136ft 

Somali coast 64x 

Somerset 96rx 

Somnambulism lid 

Songs with music 678 

I Sonoma, Calif 233s 

Soochow 69p 

Sophocles 755 

Soria 127g 



40 

Soul 47q 

Sound 378 

musical 671 

South Africa 64 

South America, history. . .243 

languages 722 

travel 242 

South Australia 60 

South Carolina 215 

South Dakota 210 

South Islands 59r 

South Sea islands 57 

Southampton 96s 

Southern states 153s 

Sovereignty 258 

Space 359 

hyper- 354 

perception lOps 

Spain and Portugal, 

history 126 

early to 711 126d 

16th century 126g 

17th century 126] 

18th century 126k 

19th century 126m 

20th century 126n 

Local history 127- 

politics 270 

travel 125 

Spanish-Amer. history ...243 
Spanish-Amer. war, 1898. 165f 
Spanish architecture . . . .605s 

Armada 94kr 

authors 787- 

language 786 

Succession, War of . . . .84is 

Sparta 77q 

Speakers 895s 

Species, Origin 460 

Specific gravity 373 

performance 2951 

Specifications 401t 

building 590 

Spectroscopy 380 

Spectrum analysis 380 

Speculation 324 

Speech, organs .496 

physiology and culti- 
vation 677 

phonology 725d 

psychology lOu 



INDEX 

Speeches, collected 895s 

Spelling 891 

reform 891 

Spencer, Herbert 9rs 

Spenser, Edmund 929s 

Speyer 88g 

Sphacelariaceae 446e 

Spherical harmonics 347h 

Spiders 470 

Spinoza 9s 

Spiritualism 12 

Sponges 465 

Sporades 77s 

Northern 77rf 

Sports 613- 

Spraying (agric.) 508 

Sprichwoerter 997 

Springs (mechanism) . . . .396 

(water) 432 

Stadia tables 402 

Stafford 96sk 

Stage, History of 907 

Stammering 895 

Stamp Act, 1765 158f 

Standards of living 318s 

Stanford University . . . .307s 

Stanislas I (Poland) 141it 

II 141k 

Stanislaus co., Calif 233sn 

Stannaries 571 

Starch (technology) 538 

organic chemistry 529 

Stars 367 

catalogues 371 

spectra 380 

State, forms of 258 

and church 46s 

and education 305s 

control of railroads. . .413n 

political science 256 

Statesmen, British 278 

France 272x 

United States 282 

Statics, Theory of 375 

Statics of structures 406 

Stationery 580p 

Statistics, general 332 

Statutes 297 

Steam 398 

boilers 399n 

engineering 399 



power plants 399 

Steamship companies ....620 

Stearine 544 

Steel 566 

manufactures 575 

structural work 406 

Steiermark 89ps 

Stephen, 1135-54 94es 

Stereochemistry 525t 

Stereotomy, geometry ...352 

stone cutting 591 

Stettin 87t 

Stevenson, R. L 955st 

Stimulants 484h 

Stock, cattle 511 

exchanges 324 

Stockholders 294f 

Stockholm 92ts 

Stocks (law) 294] 

Stoichiometry 526 

Stoicism 4 

Stomach 497 

Stone 437 

building 403 

cutting 591 

precious 438p 

Stoppage in transit 294g 

Storage 620 

Storms (meteorology) ...429 

Story telling 305gs 

writing 910 

Stoves 575 

Stowage 291 

Strait of Fuca 153p 

Straits Settlements 68p 

Strassburg 88qs 

Strategy 627 

Stratford-on-Avon 932 

Streets 405 

cleaning 423 

laws 294s 

railways 409 

Strikes 320 

law 294n 

Structural design 406 

Stuart, House of 

(England) 941 

(Scotland) 99g 

Stuart, Charles Edward. 94st 
Stuart, James Francis 

Edward 94rs 



stuttering 895 

Stuttgart 88ps 

Style, literary 897s 

typographical 897t 

Styria 89ps 

Sublime 632 

Submarine warfare 629 

Subrogation 294k 

Subsidy shipping 323 

Substitutions 343 

Succession 294x 

Sudan 63k 

Egyptian 64v 

Suetonius 768ww 

Suez Canal 419s 

Suffolk 96sr 

Suffrage 260 

woman 314r 

Sugars 546 

Suggestion lip 

Suicide 14s 

Sulla 79in 

Sully llOd 

Su'.phur (chemistry) 528 

Sumatra 57w 

language 717 

Sun 365 

Sunday observance 47x 

schools 45ra 

Sungaria 69xt 

Supernatural 13 

Superstitions 13 

Supplement (law) 296] 

Supreme Court, History. 280k 
Supreme court reports, 

U. S 299 

Suretyship 294m 

Surgery 504 

Surinam 250r 

Surrey 96sx 

Surrogate 296v 

Surveying 402 

magnetic 384 

Surveys, geological 426 

Susiana 72r 

Sussex 96t 

Sutter CO., Calif 233t 

Swabia 88i 

House of 82k 

Swabian league 88i 

Swastika 19e 



INDEX 

Sweden, early history 

to 1520 92d 

19th century 92] 

20th century 92k 

Local history 92t 

travel, general 91 

Swedenborg 42s 

Swedenborgianism 42 

Swedish language 842 

literature 842m 

history of 842w 

Swift, Jonathan 940s 

Swimming 615 

Swinburne, A. G 953sw 

Swine 510t 

Swiss confederation, 

1291 134ef 

language 848d 

Switzerland, history 134 

antiquities 134d 

early history 134e 

18th century 134f 

19th century 134g 

20th century 134h 

local history 134m 

politics 274 

travel 133 

local 134m 

Swordsmanship 614n 

Sydney 59k 

Syllogism 2s 

Symbolism (religious) ....19e 

Christian 637 

in art 634-639 

Syndicalism 302y 

Synonyms 892 

Syntax, comparative ....725f 

English 893 

Syphilis 498 

Syra 77tv 

Syracuse 132x 

Kings of 132u 

New York 206s 

Syria, antiquities 74d 

history 74e 

local history 74f 

travel 74 

Syriac language 697 

Syrian church 30q 

Szechuan 69rs 



41 

Tables. See Formulae. 

of literature 902 

Tacitus 768x 

Tactics 626, 627 

Tacna 247tu 

Tacoma 223s 

Tagalog language 717 

Tahiti 57f 

language 718 

Tahoe, Lake 230p 

Tailoring 585 

Taiwan 70p 

Tamachek language 690 

Tamil language 709 

Tancan Indians 147m 

Tanganyika lake 63p 

Tannhaeuser 858 

Tanning, Tannins 5801 

Tape-worms 461p 

(disease) 500 

Tapestry 611 

Targums 697i 

Tariff 325, 326 

Tarragona 127h 

Tasmania 60k 

language 719 

Tasso 782t 

Taste 632 

psychology 10k 

Tatian (Old High Ger- 
man) 856 

(Greek) 24z 

Taurida 140v 

Tax collectors 295n 

title 294n 

Taxation 329 

law 295x 

Taxidermy 461e 

Tea 517e 

Teaching 305e 

Technology 506 

chemical 536 

education 305n 

Tehama co., Calif 233u 

Telegraph 390 

law 294g 

wireless 390 

Telepathy lit 

Telephone 38St 

law 294g 

Telephotography 550 



42 

Telescope 361d 

Tell, Wilhelni 134ef 

Telos 77st 

Temperance 310 

Temperature 373 

Templars, Knights Slkn 

Tenant 294t 

Tenedos 77rt 

Tenements 318u 

architecture 608t 

Tennessee 217 

Tennyson, Alfred 953t 

Tenos 77tx 

Tenure 294q 

Teramo 130a 

Teratology 443t 

Terentius 768y 

Terra cotta (art) 663 

Terrestrial magnetism . . .384 
Territorial expansion ....165 

Teruel 127d 

Tessin (Ticino) 134w 

Testimony 296p 

Teutonic Knights 81kt 

philology 838 

Texas 218 

Texel 90k 

Textile goods 585 

Thackeray, W. M 955 1 

Thames river 97z 

Thanksgiving 51f 

Thasos 77rx 

Theatre. See Drama. 
Theatres, architecture. .607t 

Thebes 77g 

Theism 17d 

Themistocles 78ft 

Theocritus 751w 

Theodicy 47k 

Theodora 79yg 

Theodoric 79w 

Theodosius the Great... 79vt 

Theognis 751x 

Theology 16- 

systematic 47 

Theosophy 20t 

Thera 77tz 

Therapeutics 487- 

suggestive lip 

Thermochemistry 526t 

Thermodynamics 376 



INDEX 

Thermo-electricity 386 

Thermometry 373 

Thermopylae, battle 78e 

Thessalia 77gt 

Thessalonians, Epistle 

to 24pw 

works on 25xw 

Thibet. See Tibet. 

Third dimension 353 

Third Republic, 1871-99.. 118 

Thirty years' war 84i 

Thomas (Saint) 24xz 

Thomism 5 

Thomas Aquinas, St 8t 

Thought 10 

transference lit 

Thousand Islands 206 

Thracia 77h 

Thracian sea 77re 

Three dimensions 353 

Throat 496 

Thucydides 751y 

Thurgau 134wt 

Thuringia 88x 

Tiberius 79kf 

Tibet 69z 

language 706 

TibuUus 768zi 

Ticks (parasites) 461p 

Tides 363 

tables 432h 

waters (law) 294w 

Tientsin 69n 

Tierra del Fuego 247v 

Tigre 704 

Tigris river 73k 

Timber 403w 

Time 361d 

perception lOpt 

tables (railroad) 409 

Timor 57wt 

Timothy (Bible) 24px 

works on 25xx 

Timur 67q 

Tin 571 

Tiryns 77n 

Tithes 46d 

Title S94r 

Titus 79kp 

Titus, Epistle to 24pz 

works on 25xz 



Tivoli 79zl 

Toasts 895s 

Tobacco culture 517 

use of 484h 

Tobit 24xk 

Tokio 70tt 

Toledo, Spain 127t 

Toledo, Ohio 211n 

Toleration 30d 

Tolls 294s 

Tolstoi 836t 

Toltecs 147v 

Tonga islands 57g 

language 718 

Tonkin 68t 

Tools 397 

Topographic drawing . . . 644t 

surveying 402 

Toronto 151] 

Torpedoes 629 

Torrens system 294s 

Torts 295k 

Torture 296e 

Totemism 19e 

Touch 10k 

Touraine 122m 

Toxicology 531 

Tract societies 45c 

Trade 323 

law 294v 

marks 5061 

schools 305n 

unions 320 

Trades, miscellaneous . . . 578 

Traditions 990 

Trafalgar, battle 94tn 

Tragedy 906 

Tragic 632 

Trajan 79m 

Tramps 303u 

Transcaspian region 67h 

Transcaucasia 140z 

Transcendentalism 6 

Transformations, linear . .343 

Transit of Venus 365 

Translation 897 

Transportation 620 

Transvaal 64m 

Transylvania 89vt 

Trappists 32h 

Travancore 71x 



Travel 56 

[ art of 56k 

Treaties 84d 

Aix-Ia-Chapelle, 1748... 84j 

Paris, 1856 136it 

Rastadt, 1797-9, 

1713-14 84k, 84is 

Ryswick, 1697 84g 

Single commercial 323 

Utrecht, 1713 84is 

Washington, 1871 163e 

Westphalia, 1648 .. 84ix 

Treaty-making 291g 

Trebizond 73m 

Trees 447t 

culture 520 

worship 19e 

Trespass 295k 

Trials 299t 

Triangula tion, geodesy ...362 

surveying 402 

Trichinosis 500 

Trieste 89pi 

Trigonometry 355 

Trinidad island 255r 

Trinity co., Calif 233ut 

Tripoli 63g 

Tristan and Isolt, 

French 809t 

German 857t 

Tristan da Cunha 

islands 63it 

Troas 73x 

Trojan war 73x 

Troubadours 800 

Trouveres 809 

I Troy 73x 

Trust companies 330 

Trustee, process 296r 

Trusts 322 

law of 294n 

I charitable 2951 

I Truth 14r 

i Trypanosomiasis 500 

I Tuamotu 57dh 

1 Tuberculosis 500 

j Bovine 510v 

I pulmonary 495 

^ Tubuai 57d 

! Tudors 94i 

Tugenbund 87i 



INDEX 

Tulare co., Calif 233v 

Tumors 492 

Tunicata 472t 

Tunis 63h 

Tunnels 557 

Tuolumne co., Calif 233w 

Turbellaria 467 

Turbines 415 

steam 399 

Turco- Italian war, 

1911 63g 

Turfan 69xt 

Turgenev 836u 

Turin 130p 

Turkestan 67m 

East 69xt 

Turkey, history 136 

early history 136e 

1451-1703 136f 

18th century 136g 

19th century 136h 

20th century 136i 

local 136r 

travel 135 

Turkey, Asiatic, travel.. 135t 
Turkish architecture. . .603m 

language 706 

war, 1877-8 136hx 

Turnpikes (roads) 405 

(law) 294s 

Turpentine 529 

Turtles 474 

Tuscany, history 130t 

early 130td 

Republic 130tf 

House of Medici 130ti 

House of Lorraine ..130tn 

travel 130r 

Tuscarora Indians 147i 

Tusculum 79zl 

Twelve patriarchs, 

Testament of 24xip 

Tyler's rebellion, 1381. . .94fz 

Type A39d 

foundry 575f 

writers A39t 

Typography A36 

Tyrol, Tyrolese 89pt 

Uganda 63mu 

Uigurian language 706 



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Ulfilas 839 

Ulpianus (Roman law) . . .292g 
Ulrich von Eschenbach . . 858v 
Ulrika Eleonora, 1718- 

20 92he 

Ulster 98v 

Ultra vires 294f 

Ultramontanism 31 

Umberto, 1878-1900 ...129ju 

Umbria, ancient 79zt 

modern 130v 

Umbrian language 761 

Unbelief. See Belief. 
Underground railroad .... 313 

waters 422 

Unemployed 303u 

Ungava 151d 

Unitarian church 43 

United Provinces 90f 

of India 71m 

United States, archi- 
tecture 605u 

bibliography 155a 

Civil war, 1861-65 163 

Colonial period 156 

Confederation 160 

constitution 281 

Discovery 144 

history 155- 

Mexican war 162 

Military acad. West 

Point 305nw 

naval (in general) . . . .155n 

periodicals 146c 

politics 280- 

public documents 283 

agriculture 521 

reconstruction period.. 164 

Revolution 158 

since 1872 165 

travel 153- 

war of 1812 and to 

1845 161 

Universal language 684 

Universalists 44u 

Universe 359 

Universities 307 

education 305k 

University extension . . . .305u 
University of California. .308 
Unterwalden 134wv 



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Upanishads 730 

Ural mountains 140w 

Ural-Altaic language 706 

Uredineae 446h 

Uri 134wz 

Urinary organs 498 

Urine 530 

Uriya language 739 

Ursulines 32s 

Uruguay 245t- 

Usage, law 296p 

Uses, law 2951 

Ustilagineae 446h 

Usury, Economics of 317 

law of 294m 

Utah 219 

Utilitarianism 14u 

Utrecht 90ku 

treaty of 84is 

Vaccination 500 

Vagrancy 303u 

Valais 134x 

Valencia 127x 

Valency (chemistry) 526 

Valens 79ye 

Valladolid 127] 

Valmy, battle 90m 

Valois and Angouleme 109 

Value, Theory of 315p 

Valves 396 

Vancouver city 151r 

Vancouver Island 151s 

Van Dieman's Land 60k 

Vandals 86g 

Variation (evolution) ....460 

Variations, calculus 347v 

Varnishes 544 

Vasa, House of 92d 

Vases (pottery) 663 

Vaud 134y 

Vector analysis 344 

Vedas 730 

Vedism 20d 

Vega Carpio 788v 

Vegetable fibres 518 

Vegetables 513 

Vegetarianism 484f 

Vendors 294r 

Venetia 7Szv 



INDEX 

Venezia (and Venice) 

history 130x 

travel 130w 

Venezuela 253- 

Venice. See Venezia. 

Venom 531 

Ventilation 593 

of mines 558 

schools 305y 

Ventriloquism 616 

Ventura co., Calif 233:c 

Venus (planet) 366 

Vermes 467 

Vermont 220 

Verona 130wv 

Congress, 1822 126md 

Versification 904 

Vertebrates 472 

Vespasian 79kn 

Vespucci, Amerigo 144x 

Veterinary art 510v 

Vice (crime) 304 

Vices 14v 

Victoria, Queen 94v 

Australia 60p 

Vienna 89pe 

battle 89es 

Congress, 1814-15 ...84kv 

Vikings 911 

Village government 2586 

Villainage 313s 

Vincent de Paul, St 32v 

Vinegar 538 

Viniculture 516 

Violin 676 

Virgilius 771 

Virginia 221 

Virtues 14v 

Viscosity 398 

Visigoths 126d 

Vision, psychology lOi 

diseases 494 

optics 381 

Vitellius 79km 

Viticulture 515 

Vittorio Amadeo I 

(Italy) 132qf 

II 132qh 

Vittorio Emanuele I. . . .132qi 

II 129.1 

III 129k 



Vivisection 303h 

Vizcaya 127f 

Vladivostock 67x 

Vocational education . . .305nv 

Voice culture 677 

Volapuk 684 

Volcanoes 435 

Volga river 140x 

Volition lOu 

Volkslieder 855v 

Volscian language 761 

Voltaire 812v 

Volumetric analysis ....527v 

Vorarlberg 89pt 

Vortex rings 377 

Voyages 56 

scientific 425d 

Wadai 63kw 

Wagap language 718 

Wager of battle 296e 

Wages 319 

Wagner, W. R. (1813- 

83) 670w 

Wagram, battle, 1809 . . .89fe 

Waldeck-Pyrmont 88yw 

Waldenses 34s 

Wales 100 

language 826 

Wallace, Sir William ....99f 

Wallachian language 776 

Wallenstein 84iv 

Walther von der Vogel- 

weide 857v 

Wandering Jew 991w 

War 623 

law of 291 

of 1914- 84p 

Warbeck, Perkin 94if 

Warehouses 620 

Warranties 2941 

Warsaw 141y 

Warwick (England) 96tf 

Earl of, 1428-71 94gr 

Washington, George . . . .158w 

Mary and Martha 158w 

State of 223 

District of Columbia. . .178 
Washington, treaty, 

1871 163e 

Wasps 471 



Waste 294t 

Watches 575 

Water analysis 532 

color painting 655\v 

cure 490 

power, elec. plants 387 

rights 294w 

supply 422 

ways 419 

wheels 415 

works 417 

Water lilies 447 

Waterloo, battle 113k 

Water-proofing (fab- 
rics) 580r 

(engineering) 403 

Wave theory 379w 

Weapons of war 625 

Weather 429 

Weber's law lOg 

Weeds 517x 

Weights 335 

Welding 575f 

Well boring 557 

Wellington, Duke of . . . .94tw 
Wellington, New Zealand.. 59q 

Wells 422 

Wendish language 833 

Wenzel of Luxemburg. . .82tn 

West Indies 255 

West Point mihtary 

academy 305nw 

West Virginia 222 

Western Australia 60w 

Empire (Rome) 79v 

Western Reserve 211d 

Western States 153w 

Westmoreland 96ix 

Westphalia 87z 

treaty 84ix 

Whale industry 476 

Wheat 512 

Whigs (U. S. party) ....2S0p 
Whiskey insurrection, 

1794 213d 

White canons 32i 

friars 321 

sea 140e 

Whittier, J. G 953v 

Wiclif, John 34ew 

Wieland 865w 



INDEX 

Wiesbaden 87s 

Wilhelm I, 1871-88 86n 

period of 1861-71 87k 

II, 1888- 86p 

Will lOu 

freedom of 47p 

Willem of Holland 82r 

of Nassau (the 

Silent) 90ew 

Willem I (Nether- 
lands) 90ge 

II 90gf 

III 90gg 

Willem II, United 

Provinces 90fk 

III 90fm 

IV 90fp 

V 90ft 

VI 90fv 

William I (England) 94ef 

II 94ek 

III 94pv 

Wills 294x 

Wilts 96tr 

Winchester 96sg 

Windmill 400 

Winds 429 

Windsor castle 96dg 

Wines 516 

California 230r 

Wire 575 

Wireless telegraphy 390 

Wisconsin 224 

Wit and humor 911 

legal 289w 

Witchcraft 13w 

New England 13wn 

Witt, Jan de 90fm 

Wolfram von Eschen- 

bach 857w 

Wolsey, Cardinal 94ip 

Woman 314 

diseases 503 

education 305w 

married (law) 295g 

suffrage 314r 

Woods 403w 

manufactures 590 

Wool manufacture 587 

Sheep raising 510s 

Worcester, England . . . .96tx 



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Massachusetts 193r 

Word-study 892 

Wordsworth, William . . .953w 

Work, psychology lOnf 

Work. 'SVt Labor. 

Working classes 318 

Workman's compensa- 
tion act 311p 

California 287ni 

Worms, parasites 461p 

zoology 467 

Worship 51 

Writing A32, 15v 

Writs 296f 

Writs of assistance, 

1761 158f 

Wuerttemberg 88p 

Wyoming 224 

X rays 382x 

Xenophon 751z 

Xerxes I 72ri 

Ximenez, Cardinal 126f 

Yakama language 720 

Yakui Indians 147v 

Yakutsk 67v 

Yangtze river 69r 

Yeast, chem. tech 538 

domestic economy 610 

Yellow fever 500 

Yellowstone Park 225 

Yezo 70r 

Yiddish 700z 

Yokohama 70ty 

Yolo county. Calif 233y 

York 96v 

Y. M. C. A 45y 

Yuba county, Calif 232z 

Yucatan 238 

Yukon 151y 

Yukon river 172 

Yuma Indians 147x 

Yunnan 69ry 

Zacynthos 77vz 

Zambesi river 64 

Zamora 127j 

Zante 77vz 

Zanzibar island 63p 

Zealand 91pu 



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Zechariah (Bible) 24ix Zimisces 79ym Zoroaster 20i 

works oil 25tr Zinc 572 Zug 134>'x 

Zeeland 90kx Zodiacal light 365 Zurich 134z 

Zend Avesta 20i Zola, Emile 816z Zuyder Zee 90k 

language 734 Zoogeography 459d Zululand 64g 

Zenobia 74ra Zoology 461 Zwickau 88o 

Zephaniah (Bible) 24iz of California 230t Zwingli 34s 

works on 25ts Zoophytes 465 



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