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SUBJECT 
CLASSIFICATION 

With Tables, Indexes, etc., for the 
Sub-Division of Subjects. 



JAMES DUFF BROWN 

Author of 
' Manual of Library Economy " ; " Manual of Library Classification ' 
"Biographical Dictionary of Musicians ; etc., etc. 



LONDON 

THE LIBRARY SUPPLY CO., i8i Queen Victoria St., E.C. 

1906. 



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Dedicated to 

THOMAS GREENWOOD, 

Leader of the Modern Library Movement, 

as a tribute to his great and useful 

Educational Work. 



Contents. 



Preface 
Introduction . . 

1. Preliminary . . 

2. — . . 

3. Constant Place 
4. 



is_ Cataloguing 



Errata. 



1 Categorical Tables, p. 57, the entry " .38 Voyages and Travels " 
to be deleted. 

1 Index to these Tables, p. 78, for the entry " Travels .38 " substitute 
" Travels .33 " ; and for " Voyages .38 " yead " Voyages .33." 

n p. 86, add to entry " National Schools of Painting :— " the 
number 649, thus :— " 649 National Schools of Painting " 

n p. 102, after the entry " C830 Descriptive Astronomy" add 
"C840 Astrophysics." 



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Preface 






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Introduction 






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II. Categorical Table 






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12. Application of System, General 






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14. — Locality versus Subject 






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PAGE 

^6. Biography ' ' ''' 

27. Criticism, Ana, etc. . . . . ■ ■ • • • • " ' 4 

28. Biographical Numbers for Subdivisional Purposes • ■ 25 

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29. Numbering of Books 

30. Author Numbers : Book Letterings 26 

31. — — Accession Numbers.. .. •• ■■ 26 

32. — — Biographical Numbers . . • • • • 27 

33. — — Cutter Marks 27 

34. — — Merrill Marks 27 

35. — — Three-letter Plan . . . . • • ■ • 28 

36. Title or Book Numbers . . . . . . . . • • • ■ 28 

37. Copy Numbers 29 

38. Chronological Numbers . . . . • - 29 

39. — BiscoE System . . . . . . . . . • 29 

40. — Extended System . . . . . . . . 29 

41. Juvenile Book Marks 32 

42. Controversial Subject-Marks . . . . . . . . . . 32 

43. Book Sizes 32 

44. The Index (description) . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 

45. Aids to Classification . . . . . . . . . . 33 

46. Table for arranging an Author's Works . . . . . . 34 

47. Table for arranging a Special Author (Dent) . . . . 35 

48. Table for arranging a County 

49. Example of a detailed Classification of a single Subject 

(JAST) 

Categorical Tables 

— — Index 

Table of Main Classes 

Summary Table of Main Classes and Abbreviated Symbols 
Classification Tables 
Index to Classification Tables 



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Preface- 

THIS system of Classification has been compiled in response to a 
demand from many librarians in the United Kingdom for a greatly 
extended version of the Adjustable Classification, which was 
published in 1898. That system was not fully indexed, and its 
main classes and divisions are only worked out in detail here and there,, 
to suit the needs of the smaller British municipal libraries. There was, 
in consequence, plenty of room for a much more elaborate and complete 
scheme, suited to the requirements of British libraries of all kinds and 
sizes, and this system of Subject Classification is the result. Its plan and 
method of application are set out so fully in the Introduction, that there 
is no need to explain here the principles of its construction or aim. The 
attempt to supply a complete classification of literature for libraries and 
general educational purposes could be justified on many grounds, but it 
will be sufficient to claim that a simple, fairly logical and practical method 
has long been wanted in British libraries. 

My best thanks are due to various librarians, and others, who have 
aided me with suggestions and plied me with unstinted criticism. Without 
such help the work would be much more incomplete than it is, and I have,, 
therefore, to express my gratitude for the stimulus and aid afforded in 
so many ways by numerous specialists in different departments of know- 
ledge. In particular I owe very warm thanks to Mr. James D. Stewart, 
of the Islington Public Libraries, who aided in the laborious work of indexing 
the scheme, and by his practical acquaintance with other systems, and 
the work of applying strict classification to books, greatly lessened the 
drudgery of compilation. I am also indebted to Messrs. R. K. Dent and 
L. S. Jast, for the suggestive tables printed in the Introduction; and ta 
Miss Alice Jones, of the Islington Public Libraries, for carefully reading 
the proofs. Notifications of errors and omissions will be thankfully 
received and acknowledged. 

JAMES DUFF BROWN. 

15, Canonbury Park South, 
London, N. 



Introduction. 

1. Some observations on the theory of Classification are perhaps 
necessary, before entering upon a detailed explanation of the method of 
applying this scheme to books or libraries. 

For many hundreds of years it has been a pet exercise of philosophers 
and logicians to arrange the varied constituents of human knowledge 
according to some well-ordered plan, which would assemble in one place, 
and in immediate proximity to kindred topics, all the books or facts relating 
to a specific subject. Most of these plans have been discussed at great 
length ; some have been approved with reservations, and others condemned 
outright without reservation. Some of them are the work of great thinkers, 
and others the experiments of practical men of affairs, in quest of labour- 
saving devices to facilitate business. No single system of classification 
succeeds in just exactly suiting its user, or satisfying the demands of other 
classifiers, from which it may be judged that the whole subject is one of 
immense difficulty and complexity. To begin with, very few men of science 
■or philosophical theorists can agree as to the exact order of progression 
to be observed in the arrangement of the main divisions of human know- 
ledge. Each, according to his training or prepossessions, will seek to 
place his own pet subject of study in the forefront of the sequence, and 
let all subjects of less personal interest tail off into an indefinite perspective 
■of diminishing value. Thus, the physical science specialist will argue 
that force and radiation are the genesis of all actions, thoughts or accom- 
pUshments, and will therefore plan his scheme of classification to show 
Physics occupying a leading or central position, from which will be 
dominated every other science or study. On the other hand, the historical 
■classifier will show in his scheme that the physical sciences are a mere 
incident in the progress of the world from pre-historic to present times, 
and promptly relegate them to one of the many annexes of General History, 
as a useful but by no means indispensable collateral study. The meta- 
physician will claim pride of place for his special study, on the ground 
that Ideas precede either matter or record, and will then spread out the 
ioundations of knowledge according to a radically different conception of 
their relative values and kinds. The sociologist will tell you that nothing 
in the whole course of human endeavoiu- possessed the slightest significance 
till mankind became formed into society, with groups capable of discussing 
all kinds of phenomena, and so he will make every other subject a, minor 
■detail in the predominating sociological structure. But the jurist will 
tell you that such an order is erroneous, as nothing could be discussed, 
or even formulated, till the establishment of Law in all its varied intricacies. 
To this the theologian will retort that only Divine Law can be recognised 
as the foundation of human knowledge, and proceed to show that science, 
Mstory, law, and art are but different manifestations of religious beUef. 



SUBJECT CLASSIFICATION. 

The mathematician will tell you that everything in existence is but an 
expression of Number ; while the logician will claim that only reason 
and system can be properly taken as a basis for classification. As for 

the chemist ! Finally, the anthropologist will come along and sweep 

everyone of the preceding claimants, and all others, into his capacious 
net, and calmly assert that his study is Man in all his aspects, and that 
every human science is, therefore, but a branch of Ethnology. 

2. The result of these many claims to sovereignty, preferred on behalf 
of such a number of important sciences, is that Classification has become 
a mere battlefield for theorists, from which nothing of a very definite or 
permanent kind has emerged. Systems of classification to suit every 
theory have been devised, and, in addition, schemes have been prepared 
in which attempts have been made to meet the needs of every specialist, 
by endeavouring to gather at one place everything relating to his special 
subject. The result is that the special schemes based on particular 
theories, or which treat some select science as paramount, fail because of 
their limitations outside the favoured field ; while the universal schemes, 
which try to specialize for everybody', fail because they are swollen by 
endless and needless repetitions, and then do not meet the minor needs 
of the specialist. 

It is inevitable that these failures should result from any attempt 
to classify human knowledge from particular standpoints. The depart- 
ments of human knowledge are so numerous, their intersections so great, 
their changes so frequent, and their variety so confusing, that it is impossible 
to show that they proceed from one source or germ, or that they can be 
arranged so that each enquirer will find the complete literature of his 
special subject at one fixed place. Subjects overlap and qualify each 
other in every conceivable manner, and they are further complicated by 
considerations of literary form and the points of view from which they 
may be studied. Every subject is capable of being treated from a large 
number of standpoints, and each of these maj- be the centre of an enormous 
literature, and form an important study. To illustrate this, I shall assume 
that there are some thousands of books existing, which have for their 
theme the Rose in every conceivable aspect. This subject may be con- 
sidered from anj' of the following standpoints :^ 

Biological, Botanical, Horticultural, Historical, Geographical, Ethical, 
Decorative, Legal, Emblematical, Bibliographical, Poetical, Musical, 
Sociological, and so on, to any extent. 

Works about the Rose may assume the form of Dictionaries, Periodicals,. 
Societies, Catalogues, and so forth ; while it may also be considered in 
reference to Costume, Perfumery, Therapeutics, and similar subjects. 
Now, it is quite evident that, while there would be enormous practical 
convenience to the Rose student in having all his material gathered 
together at one place, so that the literature of the subject would appear 
in a sequence of forms, categories and standpoints, the same advantage 
would not be gained by the perfumer, gardener, botanist or bibliographer, 
who wanted to find all his material assembled at one place. The problem 
to be solved becomes, therefore — Is it better to assemble at a specific place 
or at a more general place, the literature of a concrete subject ? To show- 
it more graphically, let me take the case of a work entitled Bibliography 



INTRODUCTION. 



of the Rose and show the aspect of the problem when displayed in 
tabular form under general and more local heads : — 



General System. 




Local System. 


M760 Bibliography, General. 


E600 


Rose, General 


M760 . 2 — Encyclopaedias 


E600 . I 


— Bibliography 


M760 . 7 — Periodicals 


E600 . 2 


— Encyclopagdias 


M760 . 10 — Histories 


E600.7 


— Periodicals 


Special subjects — 


E600.10 


— History 


M760.183 Architecture 






M760.371 Biology 






M760.441 Botany 






M760E570 Rosales 






M760E600 Rose 







It certainly appears that the balance of advantage lies with the 
assignment of the subject to a local head in this particular instance, but 
it would, in the case of a collection of books, deprive the bibliographer of 
part of his material. On the other hand, it must be argued that if the 
bibliographer is able to have all the general and abstract bibliographical 
works gathered at one place, it will just be as convenient for him to go 
elsewhere for the special literature of subjects not of themselves biblio- 
graphical. It is further to be considered to whom such a book as The 
Bibliography of the Rose would most appeal, and here there can be no 
disputing the fact that the rose lover would be in an enormous majority. 
For this reason, and it has a wide general application, I incline to think 
that, in book classification, the constant or concrete subject should be 
preferred to the more general standpoint or occasional subject. The 
topic Rose is concrete ; that of Bibliography is standpoint, and should 
remain subordinate whenever possible in Classification. But this does 
not prevent anyone who prefers to use a general head from doing so, as 
it is only necessary in such a case to apply the general number and qualify 
or subdivide by the categorical tables, or by combining specific numbers 
from the classification tables. 

3. Constant Place. — In assigning places for a large number of books 
or topics, there is often a choice offered between two or more enquirers 
or specialists, and it lies with the classifier to decide which of these has 
the strongest claim. In general libraries the difficulty can be overcome 
in many cases by determining how far the subject has constant or only 
occasional interest for the enquirer. In the case of a book entitled British 
Library Law, the question would arise as to whom such a work would 
be most constantly useful. As the librarian is daily engaged in applying 
the law which regulates his work and defines some of his powers, it is- 
perfectly clear that to him, rather than to a lawyer, the book is constantly 
useful. A lawyer may never have occasion to refer to Library Law in 
the whole course of his professional career, or may only do so on a few 
special occasions, consequently the librarian must, in this case, have the 
preference. Again, a book entitled Library Architecture is exactly in the 
same position. It may never be required by an architect, but is almost 
inevitably required for constant reference by a librarian, and its place 
is, therefore, with other books on librarianship. Buildings are designed 



SUBJECT CLASSIFICATION. 

to meet certain requirements and to perform certain work. An architect 
simply follows out certain instructions and carries out merely teinporary 
duties in devising a building according to certain recognised principles of 
construction. He does not originate the purpose or main arrangements 
of the building, nor has he to work it as a machine afterwards. All this 
is done by a different kind of specialist, who only employs the architect 
as an occasional aid. Such special works as books on the architecture of 
libraries, churches, slaughter-houses, barracks, hospitals, baths, etc., have, 
therefore, no special right to be arbitrarily placed under the general class 
of architecture, but should be put with their actual subjects, where they 
would be in comparatively constant demand, and close to all relative 
aspects of this topic. These are strong reasons why, in general libraries, 
only general and intimately germane subjects should be made the essential 
divisions of a main class. Subjects which are not general, but feed a 
more constant demand, should appear as divisions or sub-divisions, or 
categories of the classes to which they are constantly germane. It would 
be possible to give many other examples to prove the utility of this rule 
of preferring a constant to an occasional standpoint for classifying, but 
it is hardly necessary, as no one can doubt its immense value in the 
classification of general libraries. With special collections it would, in 
some cases, be difficult, as in such libraries the necessity for specialisation 
is more urgent, and many instances will occur of books offering a choice 
of subjects which may seem of equal rather than of constant or occasional 
importance. In such cases the classifier must consider the special needs 
of his collection, and assign places accordingly. 

4. Classification versus Cataloguing. — One of the principal •causes of 
confusion in the classification of knowledge, as contained in books, is the 
failure to distinguish between classification and cataloguing. Classification 
may be defined as the art of placing one copy of a book in that part of 
a library where all similar books on the same subject are kept. It is 
physically impossible to make the same copy of one book act as a cross- 
reference from a standpoint to a concrete subject, or vice versa, because 
it can only occupy one place at a time, and no one would dream of using 
ten, twenty or one hundred copies of the same book in order to place one 
at every subsidiary subject of which it treated. The problem of classifica- 
tion is thus complicated by the physical necessity, imposed by the form 
of books, of choosing only one place in which to class a given book ; and, 
naturally, it is to be supposed that the place chosen will be the most useful, 
or one most likely to be resorted to by the largest number of enquirers. 
With cataloguing there is no such physical difficulty. The entry of a 
book can be multiplied to almost any extent ; a book can be shown under 
every imaginable subject ; cross-references of all kinds can be easily made ; 
and no question can arise of increasing the number of books or the size 
of the library. It is largely due to a misunderstanding of the fact that 
a catalogue is to a great extent but an index to a scheme of classification 
that so many persons obtain the idea that books in an actual arrangement 
on the shelves should appear at every possible class, phase, form or 
subdivision. It is very important that this fact should be borne in mind 
in every question relating to exact classification, because no scheme 
however detailed, can be made to serve the purpose of a catalogue in all 

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that relates to repeated entries, cross-references, and the assembUng at 
various heads of the whole literature of a topic, whether contained in 
special or in composite and encyclopaedic works. 

SUBJECT CLASSIFICATION. 

5. General Principles. — Like every other system of exact classification, 
this one is arranged, as regards its main divisions, in a logical order, or 
at any rate, according to a progression for which reasons, weak or strong, 
can be advanced. Its basis is a recognition of the fact that every science 
and art springs from some definite source, and need not, therefore, be 
arbitrarily grouped in alphabetical, chronological or purely artificial divisions, 
because tradition or custom has apparently sanctioned such a usage. The 
divisions seen in most classifications in vogue — Fine Arts, Useful Arts 
and Science, are examples of the arbitrary separation of closely related 
subjects, which in the past, have become conventional, and it may seem 
heretical even at this late time to propose a more intimate union between 
exact and applied science. Nevertheless, this is what has been attempted 
here, and those who use the scheme will find many departures from 
estalalished convention which may at first sight appear a little drastic. 
The alliance of Architecture and Building, Acoustics and Music, Physical 
Electricity and Electrical Engineering, and other groupings of a similar 
kind are departures from the convention that there exists a clear difference 
between theory and practice, pure and applied science, and so on, which 
renders their amalgamation undesirable. The old distinction between 
theoretical and applied science is gradually disappearing from all modern 
text-books, and it is obvious that, as the systematisation of science and 
its teaching improve, the separation between physical basis and practical 
application, hitherto maintained, will no longer be insisted upon. In this 
scheme of Subject Classification every class is arranged in a systematic 
order of scientific progression, as far as it seemed possible to maintain it ; 
while applications directly derived from a science or other theoretical 
base, have been placed with that science or base. Composite applications 
of theory have been placed with the nearest related group which would 
take them without strain, and, as a general rule, all through the classifica- 
tion the endeavour has been to maintain a scheme of one subject, one place. 

6. The Order of the Main Classes. — ^The reasons which determined 
the adoption of a certain sequence of classes in this system may be briefly 
set forth here, instead of any argument or attempt to justify the order. 
The battle which has raged, and is still raging, among scientists, as to the 
best and most desirable order in which to arrange the great branches of 
human knowledge in order to produce a " hierarchy," must deter a non- 
scientific classifier from arguing on such a complicated and difficult topic. 
It will, therefore, suffice, if I briefly describe the main classes in their 
order and give reasons why they were assigned to the places they occupy. 

A Generalia. — ^The divisions of this main class comprise most of 
the rules, methods and factors which are of general application, 
and which qualify or pervade every branch of science, industry 
or human study. They are universal and pervasive, and cannot 
be logically assigned to any other single main class as peculiar 
or germane to it. 

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B-C-D Physical Sciences.— Matter, force, motion and their applica- 
tions are assumed to precede life and mind, and for that reason 
the material side of science, with its appUcations, has been selected 
as a foundation main class on which to construct the system. 

E-F Biological Science.— Life and its forms, arising out of matter, 
occupy the second place among the main classes, and here are 
put general biological theories and facts, followed by plant and 
animal life, each in an ascending order from low to high forms 
of organization. 

G-H Ethnological and Medical Science. — Human life, its 
varieties, physical history, disorders and recreations, follows 
naturally as a higher development of plant and animal life, and 
completes the biological chain. 

I Economic Biology and Domestic Arts. — The applications of 
plant and animal life to human needs, placed midway between 
the physical and mental attributes of man as indicating the 
primitive exercise of mind, and to assemble in one sequence the 
chief biological subjects. As a matter of practical convenience, 
rather than logical necessity, it was thought better to keep 
composite subjects like Agriculture, Clothing, Foods, etc. — 
involving questions of origin, use and manufacture — all in one 
place, close to the main classes from which they are derived, 
rather than to distribute them more closely at Botany or Zoology. 

J-K Philosophy and Religion. — Mental attributes, order and 
beliefs of human life, following naturally from its physical basis, 
and primitive manifestation in the instinct of procuring food 
and clothing. 

L Social and Political Science. — Social order and laws of human 
life. Placed here because, although society or family and other 
^ tribal organizations may have preceded religion, mind, as 
embodied in philosophy, must have preceded both. 

M Language and Literature. — Communication and recording in 
human life. The spoken, written and printed word, which grew 
as a necessity out of the primitive operations of mind. 

N Literary Forms. — The products of communication and recording 
in human life in their more imaginative forms ; placed here on 
the ground that fable probably preceded more formal history. 

0-X History, Geography, Biography. — The actions, records and 
description of human life and its dwelling place. Arranged in 
this order and at this place because of their intimate connection. 
Geography, although logically related to Physiography, and 
Biography to Ethnology, are, nevertheless, as a matter of practical 
utility, and because of the literature actually existing, more 
naturally grouped here than separated. 

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The order of the classes may, therefore, be briefly described as 
expressing : — 

1. Matter. 

2. Life. 

3. Mind. 

4. Record. 

7. The Notation. — After many attempts to secure extreme simpHcity 
in the Notation to be used for the purpose of briefly indicating subjects 
and groups of subjects, it was found that very short numbers or symbols 
were impossible in cases of complex topics. As regards the numbering 
of books, for example, there are many cases in which it is necessary not 
only to distinguish between a main class and its divisions and subdivisions, 
but also to indicate locality, form, differences of authorship, of title, of 
work and even of edition and copy of work. For these reasons it was 
thought desirable to construct the Notation on the widest possible base, 
assigning letters of the alphabet to the main classes in convenient groups, 
and giving numbers to every subject which was thought to possess a large 
literature. Thus, instead of crowding the Physical Sciences at one letter 
like B, they have been much more conveniently spread over B, C, D, with 
the result that important subjects like Railways and Shipbuilding are 
not mingled together at one number which must be especially sub-divided, 
but have seventy numbers allotted to them, and each number can be sub- 
divided to any required degree by means of a separate table of forms and 
categories. Thus is produced a sequence of main classes, divisions and 
subdivisions, which are differentiated as far as possible by means of letters, 
figures, indentations, and varieties of type. The advantage of this plan 
may be shown by an example from the tables : — 

U900 London 

U901 North of the Thames 

U902 West London 

U903 Hammersmith 

U908 Westminster 

U911 Westminster Abbey 

Here is clearly shown London in bold type ; then the whole Metropolitan 
area north of the Thames as a division ; then the area known for adminis- 
trative purposes as West London ; next the separate boroughs in West 
London ; and finally, an important historical subject in the city of 
Westminster as subdivisions. Each of those topics is expressed by a 
simple symbol, consisting of a letter and three figures, and again each of 
the subjects can be subdivided by means of the form and categorical 
tables, without in any way interfering with the numbers of the main tables. 
All numbers which express classes, divisions or subdivisions are, therefore, 
the same, the only difference being that subordinate topics or subdivisions 
are shown by means of indentations. It is thus easy to take any number, 
whether it represents a subdivision or main division of a topic, and qualify 
it by various methods. 

8. National Numbers. — In using national symbols to qualify a topic, 
it is necessary only to use the class letter and first figure of the place, and 
to add to the topic number in order to show subject and locality. Thus, 

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SUBJECT CLASSIFICATION. 

a general work on Freemasonry in Russia would be marked L185S0, 
instead of L185-S000 or L185.S000. There is no need to divide the 
topic from the place number by means of dots or dashes, and all through 
it must be understood that the principal countries are to be expressed by 
letter and first figure of number only, as shown on the Summary Tables. 
In the case of extremely minute subdivision it may be necessary to closely 
localize a topic, say such as Freemasonry in Texas, in which case the 
number, for clearness, should be L185W328, and not L185W1, which 
would express the United States and not Texas. None of the National 
or Race names appear in the Categorical Tables, and it is, therefore, 
necessary to take them from the full Classification Tables. It is sometimes 
necessary to qualify a topic by a race or language number instead of a 
national one, and it is then best to use the whole of the language mark, 
thus : — 

Pali Freemasonry L185M260. 

Such subdivisions are, however, rsirely required, and it is best imder every 
circumstance to use the geographical rather than the linguistic national 
numbers. 

9. New or Intercalated Numbers. — If any new or other subject is found 
unrepresented in the tables, either as a general covering head, or special 
topic, a place for it can be made at any point by treating the existing 
numbers as decimals, and adding the units from to 9 as found necessary. 
Thus, suppose places are specially wanted for bodies named Christadelphians, 
Christian Strugglers, Christian Travellers, Christian Worshippers, and it 
is necessary to insert them between K951 and K952, they can be added 
thus : — 

K951 Catholic Apostolic Church 

K9510 Christadelphians 

K9511 Christian Strugglers 

K9512 Christian Travellers 

K9513 Christian Worshippers 

K952 Christian Endeavour Society. 

Or, if other intercalations are probable, the odd numbers should be used, 
so as to still leave room on each side of numbers : — 
K951 Catholic Apostolic Church 

9510 Blank 
K9511 Christadelphians 

9512 Blank 
K9513 Christian Strugglers 
9514 Blank 
etc. 
By this means ten entirely new places can be found between every 
existing number, apart from the large number of spaces already purposely 
left blank all through the classification. Of these there are about 10,000, 
making with the 14,000 extra places now provided, a total of 24,000. ' But 
there is no reason apart from a long symbol, why five figures should not 
be used in the main number, if thought desirable, or why, indeed the 
additions to the decimal main numbers should not run on to' 100 or even 
1000 places. But it seems extremely unlikely that, even in the very largest 

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universal library, such a profuse numbering power would ever be required. 
But if so, the numbers would assume the following proportions : — 



TWO FIGURE ADDITIONS. 


THREE FIGURE ADDITIONS 


K951 


K951 


K951OO 


K951OOO 


K95IOI 


K95IOOI 


K95102 


K951OO2 


K952 


K952 


K952OO 


K952OOO 


K952q9 


K952999 


K953' 


K953 



In all cases added figures must be used without the decimal point 
[K95100], as the point is used for distinguishing the categorical numbers. 
An interleaved copy of the classification is necessary in cases where addi- 
tions are made, as new subjects should be written both in the Tables and 
Index. 

10. Subjects which are not provided with a special number can either 
be placed under the nearest general head which will contain them, or they 
can have new places assigned by means of the intercalated numbers, as 
shown above. — It is, of course, absolutely impossible -to make places for 
every subject which has existed, or still exists, to originate books, and it 
follows that some kind of inclusive head must be used instead. For 
example, take a French department, an English county, or a Russian 
government from the tables, and it will be found that hundreds of places 
are omitted. Numbers have only been given to capitals, county towns,, 
cathedral cities, and in the United Kingdom to county and municipal 
boroughs, and in Scotland to Royal burghs. Beyond these there are 
numerous towns, districts, parishes, villages and other areas of historical 
interest, which could not receive numbers without swelhng the tables 
and index to an enormous extent. So it is with e^'ery science, art or 
department ; many minor subdivisions have been omitted. Take the 
case of U760 Hertfordshire, for example. Places are found for the county,, 
the county town, Hemel Hempstead, and the cathedral town of St. Albans. 
But Bishop's Stortford, Hatfield, Ware, Hitchin, Watford, Hoddesdon^ 
Knebworth, Rickmansworth, Berkhampstead, Stevenage, Cheshunt, and 
many other places are omitted, notwithstanding the literature which exists 
about some of them. What must be done in cases like this is to number the 
book with the county number, and distinguish it from the general county 
books by adding the mark .02, to indicate that it is subject to re-arrange- 
ment. Hatfield thus becomes U760.02. Another plan is to interpolate 
fresh numbers, as shown in Section 48, in which case Hatfield might 
be U7625. As regards very large local collections, it is best to use the 
marks provided in Section 48. All other classes must be treated in a 
similar manner. 

11. The Categorical Table. — In the absence of a more expressive 
portmanteau word, " categorical " is used to denote a table of forms, 
phases, standpoints, qualifications, etc., which apply more or less to every 
subject or subdivision of a subject. It was thought unwise to load the 
Classification Tables themselves with repetitions of such categories, or 

15 



SUBJECT CLASSIFICATION. 

to provide numbers for the same forms and phases over and over again 
.in a manner like the following : — 



U900 


London 


U90I 


— Societies 


U902 


— Periodicals 


U903 


— Bibliography 


U904 


London, North of Thames 


U905 


— Societies 


U906 


— Periodicals 


U907 


— Bibliography 


U908 


— History 




and so on. 



The effect of this would have been to extend the tables to at least 
-one million places, without any advantage. It was therefore determined 
to relegate the whole of those form and other qualifications to a separate 
table, and to use its numbers for the subdivision of any topic as required. 
A complete list of such quahfjdng factors was therefore drawn up and 
separately indexed, and each category or subdivisional word was numbered 
after a point, so that a distinction should be made between any main 
number, original or additional, and the number which quaUfied it. Thus 
London in General, as a subject, preserves its own letter and number — 
U900, and it is subdivided by means of the categorical numbers in this 

U900 London, General 





U900 . 1 


— 


Bibhography 




U900 . 2 


— 


Dictionaries 




U900 . 6 


— 


Societies 




U900 . 7 


— 


Periodicals 




U900.8 


— 


Collections 




U900.10 


— 


History 


A-pplied to 


a subject 


Hke 


Botany, the following si 


obtained : — 


Eioo Botany, 


, General 




Eioo.i 


— 


Bibliography 




Eioo. 2 


— 


Dictionaries 




Eioo. 3 


— 


Systematic Text-books 




Eioo. 4 


— 


Popular Text-books 




Eioo. 5 


— 


Philosophy and Theories 




Eioo. 6 


— 


Societies 




Eioo. 7 


— 


Periodicals 




Eioo. 10 


— 


History 




Eioo. 32 


— 


Archseology 




Eioo. 56 


— 


Exhibitions 




Eioo. 57 


— 


Museums 




Eioo. 59 


— 


Pictorial Side 




Eioo. 66 


— 


Methods of Teaching 




Eioo. 70 


— 


Methods of Study 




Eioo. 71 


— 


Schools 




Eioo. 89 


— 


Classification 






Etc., etc. 



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INTRODUCTION. 

Similarly, when applied to a subdivision of Botany, the same method 
IS adopted of adding numbers from the Categorical Tables, as :— 

E427 Orchids, General 

E427.1 — Bibliography 

E427-3 — Text-books, Systematic 

E427.4 — _ Popular 

E427.6 — Societies 

E427.7 — Periodicals 

E427.10 — History 

E427.56 — Exhibitions 

Whatever subject or sub-division may be divided up in this way, 
the result is always the same, . i is always Bibliography, . 10 always History,' 
and .89 always Classification, and when any number comes after a point' 
it IS clearly a sub-divisional one, taken from the arbitrary Categorical 
Tables. A large number of the items in these Tables will not apply all 
round, and in the case of forms, standpoints and other categories affecting 
Biology, Churches, Languages, etc., it will be found that many names 
are introduced which will only apply to such subjects. For instance, in 
the case of a collection of books on the Enghsh or any other language, 
the subdivision would be effected by means of the Categorical Tables^ 
as follows : — 

M523 English (Current) Language, General. 

M523.1 — Bibliography 

M523.2 — Dictionaries (subjects, not words) 

M523 . 10 — History 

M523 . 873 — Abbreviations 

M523.875 — Pronunciation 

M523 . 877 — Grammar 

M523.897 — Lexicons (Dictionaries), Words 

M523 . 900 — Dialects 
* Etc. 

Other examples will be given when the application of the Classification 
is explained class by class, so that it is needless to multiply cases here. 
Enough has been described to make it clear how this separate table of 
categories can be applied to the subjects of the main classification. 

12. Application of the System : GeneraL — The fundamental idea of 
this scheme of Classification is that of assembling everything relating to a 
topic at one constant or unmistakeable place. As already explained, this 
is effected by providing a certain order of classes, in logical order, with 
divisions and subdivisions ; means of intercalating new subjects ; and 
a method of subdividing subjects into forms and other categories by means 
of a separate table of numbers. 

All through this scheme an effort has been made to place each subject 
as near as possible to the science on which it is based. Where a subject 
assumes great complexity because of the number of sciences which enter 
into it, an endeavour has been made to place it in juxtaposition to the 
predominant science on which it is chiefly based. Agriculture is, therefore, 
put after Botany and Zoology ; the mechanical side of the subject being 
considered subordinate. There are other cases of an apparent divorce 

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SUBJECT CLASSIFICATION. 

between allied topics, but many of the most closely related subjects are 
connected by means of cross-references, so that a certain amount of inter- 
relationship is shown. 

Practical use has been considered all through the scheme, and it has 
been sought to obtain this by dispensing with conventions, distinctions 
and groupings, which are arbitrary rather than scientific. Classes like 
Literature, Useful Arts, Fine Arts, Extractive Arts, Mechanic Arts, etc., 
are examples of arbitrary or standpoint groupings which have been avoided, 
and as far as possible, unreal distinctions, such as those between 
Architecture and Building, Costume and Dress, Numismatics and Currency, 
have been ignored. The tendency in many classification schemes is to 
consider the archaeology of a subject as a new science, and thus it has 
become a convention in many quarters that knowledge must be regulated 
by museum standards. It is this convention more than anything else 
which is responsible for the current belief that there can be no relationship 
between old coins and new ; armour and the art of war ; gems and 
mineralogy ; harpsichords and music, and so on, ad infinitum. The 
collector has, by persistent work in special grooves, succeeded in establishing 
the idea that mere separation in time is sufficient to destroy any close 
relationship between identical things. It will be found that any kind 
of sentimental regard for conventional grouping is given but a small place 
in this scheme, not only because it is unscientific, but necessity makes 
it imperative in a classification, that only one place shall exist for one 
subject. With these remarks on " .5 theory," the consideration of some 
general applications of this particular scheme may be entered upon. 

13. Composite Books or Subjects. — Books on more than one subject 
are to be placed at that first named on the title-page, unless it is ascertained 
that the predominant place is occupied by another subject. In many 
cases special numbers are provided for composite books on subjects hke 
Electricity and Magnetism, Orkney and Shetland, and so forth, but it 
was not possible to find places for the many possible combinations of 
subjects. 

Composite books should be marked in such a manner as to indicate 
clearly that they are on more than one subject. For example, a book 
entitled Heat and Sound might be marked C200 + 300, and one on 
Logic and Rhetoric A300+M170. The most convenient place for such 
composites would be at the end of the subject, and, of course, the catalogue 
would have to indicate the existence of the second or third subjects. It 
is not advisable to go beyond combinations of three in marking. Should 
a book treat of three or more subjects in the same class, it is best to place | 
It at the general head ; as, for example, a book on Light, Sound and 
Heat at Physics. Occasionally books are met with which, without being 
encyclopaedic, nevertheless treat of three, four or more remotely related 
subjects. In such cases it is best to classify them according to the 
predominant subject matter. 

14. Locality versus Subject.— This is one of the most difficult problems 
connected with classification, because it is just as easy and useful to give 
a subject its subject-number and subdivide by national numbers, as to 
give it a place-number and divide by the subjects. The difficulty is more 
especially prominent m such subjects as local archaeology, architecture, 

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INTRODUCTION. 

ecclesiology, flora, fauna, etc., and the temptation to select locality in prefer- 
ence to real subject-matter is often irresistible. A History of York Minster 
may be put under Cathedrals, Architecture or York, and doubtless other 
heads in any classification, and the question which must decide its ultimate 
placing is " Where will it be most constantly useful ? " The majority 
of persons, other than specialists, would say York, and undoubtedly the 
local attraction seems enormous in this particular case. Grant's Edinburgh 
Castle might be numbered B972V331 at " Fortifications," subdivision 
" Castles," where it would be lost to the person interested in Edinburgh 
and absolutely useless to the soldier. The majority of classifiers would 
doubtless number it V331.225 ; and it is diffi.cult to understand how works 
on castles, abbeys, churches, streets, etc., can be appropriately or con- 
veniently classed on their purely physical or art sides, when their whole 
scope and interest is historical, archaeological and local in nine cases out 
of ten. This holds good in the case of nearly all local monuments, land- 
marks and buildings, and for that reason it is one of the rules of this 
classification scheme that local numbers should be given to the following 
subjects : — 

Local Ecclesiastical Buildings, Abbeys, etc. 

— Churches and Chapels 

— Cathedrals 

— Palaces 

— Mansions 

— Castles 

— Streets 

— Monuments (other than Statues) 

This rule applies in every case, and includes architectural books, pure 
and simple, diocesan or other histories, and generally any aspect or phase 
of the subject. In several cases throughout this scheme, as at London and 
Paris, this local treatment has been adopted in the tables by assigning 
special numbers to local buildings, etc., of great renown. 

In all other cases the subject number must be used with local or other 
qualifications as may be necessary, thus : — 

The Flora of Surrey E172U830 

The Geology of Arran D398V222 

Freemasonry in Russia L185S0 

Cathedrals of the World J 851 

— of France J851R0 

It mil be seen that castles, cathedrals, etc., in general, are placed 
with the subject instead of at locality, and for this variation it is only 
necessary to point out that local interest evaporates in proportion to 
anything becoming universal, and that the most constantly useful place 
for general works on buildings will be at the subjects with which they 
are associated. This might not seem to apply to works hke local floras 
and so forth, but, as a matter of fact, books on local botany, geology, 
zoology, etc., are really text-books for a whole science, and have no interest 
for merely local purposes. From these rules special local collections must, 
of course, be excepted, and in cases where it is necessary, the local number, 

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SUBJECT CLASSIFICATION. 

subdivided by the categorical tables, and such other extra numbers as 
may be added, will be found to answer every purpose. See Section 48. 
The limitation adopted for local books will be found quite workable 
and practical in actual use, and it might be pointed out that in all necessary 
cases the catalogue will index under any heading what must be omitted 
by the classification. It is hardly necessary to point out that most subjects 
have a national or local character, and that a classification on such hnes 
is quite practicable, though it would be almost useless, save as regards 
such subjects as are especially assigned to locality above. 

15. Application of the System by Classes. — In using this scheme of 
classification one rule must always be observed in appljdng numbers to 
books, and that is, the number of a subject in the Index is the number to 
be given to a book whose subject has been definitely ascertained. Whatever 
categorical or other numbers may afterwards be applied, the one place 
number is the Index number, unless, on turning it up, there appears to 
be a comprehensive entry including many numbers, in which case the 
Tables themselves must be consulted. Thus, the number of Coffee in the 
Index is E917, and at this place must be collected everything relating to 
coffee, regardless of standpoint, form or other qualification. E917 may 
be qualified in the usual way by means of the Categorical Tables, but it 
must not be put under such headings as Tropical Agriculture, Beverages, 
Crops, Foods, Drugs, Ethics, Bibliography, Customs, or any other general 
head. In cases where inclusive numbers are given in the index, like Crops, 
I013-31, it is necessary to consult the entry in the Classification Tables 
in order to ascertain the range of the subject. 

With these general remarks, the application of the system to individual 
classes may now be considered. 

RULES FOR SPECIAL CLASSES. 

16. A Generalia. — Numbers Aooo to A070 are for universal works 
only, general cyclopaedias, periodicals, museums, collections, etc. A003 
is a place for uniformly edited and bound editions of the collected works 
of authors like Goethe, Scott, Carlyle, De Quincey, Hugo, Voltaire and 
other miscellaneous writers, whose works it may be undesirable to distribute. 
A002 is intended for libraries of general writers, and Aooi for all kinds 
of general collections other than those on special subjects. See also 
Section 46. 

It must always be remembered that every division in this classification 
is a general one to begin with, and that special applications must go with 
the specific subject, to which the categorical number can be added. Thus : — 

A320 is Classification in general ; but Zoological Classification would 
be Fooo . 89 ; Botanical Classification, Eioo . 89 ; Geological Classification, 
D300 . 89 ; Historical Classification Oooo . 89, and so on. 

A600 and onwards are the numbers for the pictorial side of subjects 
in general, but illustrations of specific subjects must go with the subject 
and have the categorical number .59 added. A series of pictures, without 
text, or merely titles, entitled " Historical Cartoons," of a general nature, 
would be numbered Oooo . 59, but if it dealt only with the history of France 
(R000.59) or Normandy (R230.59), or Rouen (R234.59), then it would 

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INTRODUCTION. 

be numbered as shown. Collections of the works of individual painters, 
like a " Wilkie Gallery " or " Rubens' Pantheon," would be numbered 
A680, and be subdivided by the numbers of the Biographical Table. 
When the literary matter connected with the works of an artist is 
greatly in excess of the pictorial, it is best in many cases to transfer the 
work to Biography. 

It is always extremely difficult under ordinary circumstances to number 
and distinguish clearly works like the following : — 

A639 + 616 Landscape Painting in Water Colours 
A639 + 615 — — in Oil Colours 

A63g + 617 — — in Monochrome 

A639 + 626 — Drawing in Pastels 

A639 + 624 — — in Chalk 

A638 + 627 Sketching from Nature in Pen and Ink 

A642 + 616 Flower Painting in Water Colours 

A634 + 615 Portrait Drawing in Oils 

The numbers attached to each entry above will show how this should 
be done. Without multiplying numbers by providing separate places for 
every possible combination, it is difficult to make the various methods 
and mediums clear. A950 is a place for collecting Scientific Surveys and 
Travels, if it is considered unsuitable to place them in the Historical and 
Geographical division. The " Challenger " reports and papers would go 
here, and works of a similar character, but it is doubtful if more local works 
of a scientific nature should also go here. Much will depend upon their 
general trend. Some books of scientific travel are a compound of geology, 
meteorology, philology, ethnology, botany, zoology, adventure, history, 
topography and sociology, which are most useful when placed at their 
local numbers. Others are largely description and sport, while some are 
restricted to the study of particular aspects of animal or vegetable life. 
The proper place for such books must be decided by the classifier, but as 
a general rule, all purely scientific surveys of a general kind should go at 
A950, while all others should get local numbers. 

17. B-C-D Physical Science. — BllO Machinery, Implements, etc., in 
general, are assembled here, but the special instruments or apparatus 
connected with specific arts and sciences must be placed with the arts 
or sciences, and qualified by the categorical number .167, unless a special 
number has been assigned, in which case the index will show it. For 
example, C152 is the place specially reserved for the Telescope, but a 
Theodolite, without a numbered place, would have to be numbered as 
D020.167 to indicate its position as an instrument used in surveying. 
There is no special number assigned for Library or Railway Indicators, 
although there is a place for Indicators in general (B647), consequently they 
would require to be numbered M962.167 and B523.167 respectively. 
The numbers from Biio to B154 are for Machinery in general, and not 
for special engines, which have special places. B112 Stationary Engines 
may be driven by steam, electricity, wind, water, gas, oil or other power, 
and it would, therefore, be incorrect to put a book on the Stationary 
Steam Engine here. The most constant place would be C280, where a 
number is provided for the purpose. But works on stationary engines 

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SUBJECT CLASSIFICATION. 

in general must have a place, as well as the different kinds of engines, 
and for such books this general place has been provided. On the other 
hand, the best constant place for an electric Uft would probably be B12O, 
as in this case the motive power is less important than the purpose of 
the mechanism. 

18. Architecture. — Books on buildings for specific purposes, should 
be placed at the subject, with the distinguishing categorical number .185. 
This rule appHes to every kind of special building, and it will be seen that 
the numbers B300 to B490 are reserved for general works on Architecture, 
on construction, details, history, etc. 

19. Music. — In cases of very large collections, it is advisable to group 
and subdivide instruments and forms, by combinations of numbers, as in 
the Graphic Arts, keeping in mind the question of what constitutes the 
most constant place. For practical purposes it is probably most useful 
to number by instrument and divide by form. At C475 Gavottes, a place 
is provided for the literature and general works on the Gavotte as a dance, 
but after this need is fulfilled, it seems best to put music in this form at the 
instruments for which it is written : — 

C612 + 475 Gavottes for Violoncello not C475 + 612 
C626 + 475 — Harp not C475 + 626 

C647 + 475 — Pianoforte not C475 + 647 

C721 + 475 — American Organ not C475 + 721 

C758 + 475 — Military Band not C475 + 758 

There is a practical convenience about this course, which arises from 
the fact that arrangement by instrument is the almost universal practice of 
music publishers. In arranging duets, always use the number of the solo 
instrument, as C687 + 647 " Duets for Flute and Pianoforte," which at once 
distinguishes the character of the piece. Combinations of more than two 
instruments must be arranged at C767, etc., qualified by form numbers. 

20. Poetry and Music. — In cases of collections of songs, hymns, etc., 
which are provided with the words and tunes only, without accompaniments 
or other specially musical additions, number at Ni (Poetry). In all other 
cases, however full the poetical text may be, if accompaniments are given, 
number as Music, viz. : — 

N102V0 Chambers. Songs of Scotland prior to Burns. (Tunes only) 
N102U3 Kidson. Traditional Tunes. (Tunes only) 
But 

C591V0 Graham. Songs of Scotland . . . with pianoforte accom- 
paniments. 

Operas, oratorios, etc., must be treated as Music, and numbered 
accordingly. References or entries relating to poets and librettists must 
be furnished in catalogues. 

Monographs and books on Rocks, Minerals, Chemical Compounds, 
etc., not represented in the index should receive the number of the nearest 
group to which they belong. 

21. E-I Biological Science.— Special aspects of plant and animal life 
can be shown either by combining the numbers of general biology with 
the subject number, i.e., F237E026 Respiration of the Cuttle Fish 

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INTRODUCTION. 

or by using the categorical numbers— F237 . 390 ; or E392.370 Evolution 
of the Onion, which is usually the best way. In most cases the additional 
numbers of the Categorical Tables will be found sufficient, but in cases 
where it fails, recourse must be had to combination. The extraordinary 
number of processes, functions, organs, etc., connected with Biology — 
vegetable, animal and human — makes such a plan necessary, as it is 
impossible, without greatly enlarging the General and Categorical Tables, 
to provide separate places for everything. Places have been found for 
all the chief departments of human biology, as distinguished from Com- 
parative Biology, but in cases where it is necessary, combination of 
numbers must be resorted to for minute classification. 

22. J-K Philosophy and Religion.— The distinction between general 
or Comparative Theology— J 400, etc., and K320 Christian Theology- 
must be carefully noted, otherwise many mistakes will be made in confusing 
the general idea of a God, or supreme power. Sin, Punishments, etc., with 
the Christian idea. Here again, provision has been made in the Categorical 
Tables for subdividing, say, Buddhistic Eschatology from Christian 
Eschatology. The instructions in the tables for keeping general works 
on Church Doctrine — J600, and Church Government J800 — separate from 
works on the doctrine, government or institutions of single churches or 
beliefs must also be carefully noted. The difference is best shown by 
examples : — 

J 630 Hones. Liturgies of the World (General) 

K750.685 — Liturgy of the Church of England (National Ch.) 
K740 . 685 — Prayer-book of the Unitarian Chapel at Highgate 
U916 (Local) 

The effect of this is to place all general liturgies, hymnals, etc., at 
the general heading, while keeping the prayer-books, etc., of special churches 
with the other matter relating to such churches, which, in a vast majority 
of cases, would be the most constant place. It is possible, by using these 
church plus categorical numbers, to disentangle the vast literature of 
religion, which in some libraries is hidden away under one number ! The 
most minute distinctions can be shown without the use of an immense 
symbol, and due respect is paid to the general and special aspects of every 
department of Ecclesiastical Doctrine and Government. 

23. M Language, Literature, Bibliography. — Each separate language 
must be subdivided as regards forms and subjects — grammar, dictionaries, 
pronunciation, etc. — by the numbers from the Categorical Tables. 
Dictionaries of more than one language are to be arranged under the 
language which is not that of the nationality of the library, «'.«., Greek- 
English, French-English, English-German dictionaries would, in an English 
library, be numbered at M457.897 Greek, M435.897 French, and M564.897 
German respectively. In a German librarj' the same local treatment 
would occur. In the case of German-Latin, French-Greek, Italian- Russian 
and other combinations, arrange in an English library under the name 
of the language which comes first in alphabetical order. 

Languages and Literatures go together. In many cases separate 
numbers are provided. In others — comparatively unliterary languages 
— one number is given at which both language and literary history can 

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SUBJECT CLASSIFICATION. 

be assembled. They can, however, be divided by means of the Categorical 
Tables, thus : — 

M227.867 Numidian Language 

M227.915 — Literary History 

24. 0-W History and Geography.— This heading includes civil, 
church, military, and social history, and excepting in the case of mdividual 
churches, all national ecclesiastical histories are assembled at the country 
to which they relate : — 

Rood. 16 Ecclesiastical History of France 
Historical events which are the subject of separate books are, unless 
a special place is provided, to be placed in the reign of the monarch who 
was in power when they occurred, e.g. : — 

V551 Gunpowder Plot 
These regnal numbers thus become the place of assembly for all the 
royal biographies, state papers (general), histories and special monographs 
on any event of an historical nature which occurred during the reign.. It 
is sometimes difficult to find exact places for some events, but generally, 
if they are spread over two or more reigns, it is best to place them in the 
reign when they commenced. To secure minute subdivisions in a reign 
the Chronological Tables can be used — V55ifz. Battles are to be numbered 
in the countries or towns where they were fought, unless general battles, 
which go in O006, or battles of a national kind which cannot be closely 
localised, like "Battles of Belgium" — T200.20. 

25. Special Local Collections, when very large, can, if necessary, be 
removed from the main classification and re-arranged at the unappropriated 
class letter Y, under such special divisions as may be necessary, or those 
printed in Section 48. 

26. X Biography (including Correspondence and Criticism). — At this 
class are collected all general biographies and collective biographies of 
particular groups. Also the biographies of individuals, in an alphabet of 
biographical names, to be fixed by the special Combination Tables at 
X300, etc. When it is thought better to distribute the individual biography 
at subjects, a very inconvenient and frequently impossible task, the subject 
of the biography must get the topic number from the Classification Tables, 
plus the categorical number for Biography : — 

C400.41 Thayer's Beethoven 

A676.41 Thornbury's Life of J. M. W. Turner 
The main difficulty in the way of distributing Biography throughout 
subjects is the impossibility, in numerous cases, of determining in which 
class a man is most known. Buckingham, who 

" Was chemist, fiddler, statesman and buffoon," 
is just the type of man who cannot be classified, and there are thousands 
like him. Apart from this, there are practical difficulties in the way so 
far as libraries are concerned, and unless for special purposes, biography 
should invariably be kept by itself. In collective Biography, topic is to 
be considered paramount to race, nationality or sex. 

27. Criticism, Ana, Biographical Collaterals. — Should criticism and 
commentary go with the life of the person who provokes it, or with the 

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INTRODUCTION 

works or deeds which he accomphshes ? This is a difficult problem, as 
it is hard to determine, for example, what is the most constant place for 
criticisni on Shakespeare and his works, in whole or in part. For convenience 
sake it is thought best in this classification to gather all general criticism 
and commentary at the Biographical number, but to place commentaries 
and elucidations of single works with such works. 

Examples : — 

X7860 Gervinus. Commentaries on Shakespeare 

X7860 Hudson. Shakespeare, his life, art and character 

— ^„'^ Robertson. Titus Andronicus 
7860 

X7860 Martin. Shakespeare's Female characters 

X7860 Ellacombe. Plant Lore of Shakespeare 

X7860 Hazlitt. Characters of Shakespeare's Plays 

N250.919 

— gg — Halliwell-Phillipps. Memoranda on Love's labour lost 

See also Section 47 for Mr. Dent's proposed arrangement 
of Shakespeare 

The effect of such an arrangement is to assemble every general or 
personal biography, study, criticism, or the ana of a celebrated individual 
at one well-defined and easily found place. On the other hand, studies 
of great works, like the numerous expositions of Dante's Inferno, would 
naturally go with the poem, while the biographies of Dante would take 
the biographical number. 

28. Biographical Numbers for subdividing and maintaining Alphabetical 
order (X300, etc.). This table is to be used exclusively for numbering 
authors in any subject where necessary, so as to distinguish one from 
another. In large libraries this will be found necessary in many cases, 
hoth under subjects in catalogues and elsewhere. But in individual 
hiography, fiction, poetry and other classes it will be found useful in 
providing a fixed place for most alphabetical combinations, and assembling 
similar names at one place. With regard to the distinction of authors 
under subject-heading, the following examples will show clearly how the 
numbers are applied. As indicated by the table itself, numbers are 
substituted for every arrangement of two or three letters of the alphabet, 
and by combining these when necessary any alphabetical combination 
can be numerically expressed. 

E100.3 Botany: Systematic Text-books. 

. No. 

3262 Baillon. Natural history of Plants 

3306 Bentley. Botany 

3408 Bower. Practical Instruction m Botany 

Written on cards and books '-^ — etc. 

3262 3408 

For registering purposes Bower would be numbered ^ and his 

book would be thus distinguished from all other books under the same head. 

25 



SUBJECT CLASSIFICATION. 

As the subject of author and other numbers is discussed in full later 
on, it is not necessary to allude further to it here. See also at X945. 

29. Notation— the Numbering of Books.— In most libraries which use 
exact classification, it is customary to apply numbers to books so as to 
indicate their class, authorship, and sometimes title, edition and copy. 
Numerous plans for effecting this numbering so as to differentiate one 
book from another have been devised, and the principal schemes are here 
briefly outlined. 

30. Author Numbers and Symbols. — Perhaps the most sensible and 
straightforward way to distinguish books from each other is to, rely entirely 
upon the class number or symbol, plus the lettering on the books themselves. . 
For whatever piirpose required it seems much simpler to arrange books 
on shelves, in charging systems, in catalogues, or an3rwhere else, in a plain 
and easy sequence of author's names in alphabetical order, under each 
division or subdivision of a class or subject, thus : — 

F000.3 Zoology : Systematic Text-books. 

Claus (C.) Elementary text-book on zoology 

Edwards (H. M.) Manual of zoology 

Hertwig (R.) General principles of zoology 

Parker (T. J-) and W. A. Haswell. Text-book of zoology 

Nicholson (H. A.) Manual of zoology 

Sedgwick (A.) Student's text-book of zoology 

Practically speaking, it is just as easy for anyone to find F000.3, 

Edwards, as to find '—, F000.3E31 or any other symbol, and as regards 

4077 

library records, where cards, books, or other registers bear full particulars, 

it seems a refinement of elaboration to add to a book's own description 

of itself. 

31. Failing acceptance of this obvious and commonsense method, the 
second in ease of application is probably the use of the accession numbers, 
which most libraries apply to books in addition to any class or other number. 
These accession numbers are generally arranged in a progressive series, 
so that no two books can possibly be numbered alike. When such numbers 
are used they can be applied in two ways : — 

F000.3 Zoology : Systematic Text-books. 

5964 Claus (C.) Elementary text-book of zoology 
13764 Hertwig (R.) General principles of zoology 

or in dictionary catalogues — 

Zoology, Systematic Text-books. 

F5964 Claus (C.) Elementary text-book of zoology 
F13764 Hertwig (R.) General principles of zoology 

The charging number would thus become, in the case of Claus, F000.3 
or simply F5964. "5964" 

32. A third method is that already mentioned in Section 26 of this 

26 



INTRODUCTION. 

Introduction, being the addition of the Biographical numbers (Xaoo-gys) 
to the class numbers, thus : — 

F000.3 Zoology: Systematic Text-books. 

Fooo . 3 
0500 Claus (C.) Elementary text-book 

Fooo . 3 

g^^ Hertwig (R.) General principles 

Fooo . 3 
gg - Nicholson (H. A.) Manual 

33. A fourth plan is to use the symbols devised by the late Mr. C. A. 
Cutter, which have been published in tabular form, and are entitled the 
" Cutter Author Marks." In this table all the most ordinary names, to 
the number of over 12,000 are numbered letter by letter like the following 
examples : — 

Abbott— Ab2 Doyle— D77 

Acland — Ac6 Gibson — G36 

Alexander — A37 Hamerton — H19 

Augsburg — A92 Tomkins — T59 

Beard — B34 Warren — W24 

Of course, as this table is selective, there are thousands of alphabetical 
combinations which it can only roughly hint at ; but it serves a useful 
purpose in approximately placing authors' names. As the Biographical 
Table (X300, etc.), forming part of this Classification, gives nearly half 
a mUhon places for combinations of two numbers (six figures) only, it 
win be realised that the Cutter marks are necessarily restricted. In 
practical application the Cutter marks are used as follows : — - 
F000.3A37 F000.3T59 F000.3W24, etc. 

34. A fifth method, restricted to 100 places, has been devised by 
Mr. Merrill, of the Newberry Library, Chicago, and as it may be found 
useful for subdivisions in small libraries, it is here given in full with the 
author's kind permission : — 

MERRILL ALPHABETING NUMBERS. 

01 A 16 Chan 31 Forr 46 K 

02 Agre 17 Ci 32 G 47 L 

03 Als 18 Clo 33 Gay 48 Lang 

04 Ap 19 Cond 34 Gill 49 Law 

05 ,Ash 20 Crom 35 Goe 50 Leo 

06 B 21 D 36 Got 51 Lit 

07 Ban 22 Day 37 Greeno 52 Long 

08 Bax 23 Dicke 38 H 53 M 

09 Beno 24 Doy 39 Hat 54 McL 

10 Bix 25 E 40 Hesi 55 Marc 

11 Bou 26 Elg 41 Hiu 56 Mau 

12 Brim 27 Erm 42 Hov 57 Merr 

13 Bum 28 F 43 I 58 Min 

14 C 29 Fel 44 Ini 59 Moo 

15 Carr 30 Fit 45 J 60 Mu 

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SUBJECT CLASSIFICATION. 



Merrill Alphabeting Numbers — continued. 



8 1 Sevi 

82 Simons 

83 Soo 

84 Steb 

85 Stratt 

86 T 

87 Thau 

88 To 

89 Trum 

90 U 



91 Ull 

92 Upt 

93 V 

94 Ven 

95 W 

96 Wats 

97 Wha 

98 Wit 

99 X— Z 



61 N 71 Pow 

62 Nev 72 Q 
'63 Nol 73 R 
■64 O 74 Rey 

65 P 75 Robi 

66 Parkm 76 Row 

67 Pek 77 S 

68 Pfi 78 Sanch 

69 Pif 79 Schar 

70 Po 80 Schwar 

These numbers would be used thus : — \ 

^°°°-3 , Edwards (H. M.) Manual of Zoology 

35. A sixth method consists in the use of the first three letters of the 
author's name, added to the class number, and in most cases this is a 
sufficient mark for all ordinary purposes, though it is sometimes necessary 
to extend the number of letters used. In actual practice it appears thus : — 

Food. 3 Cla. Claus (C.) 

F000.3 Edw. Edwards 

Fogg. 3 Par. Parker 
Two methods of applying these letters are described in the Library World, 
Vol. 3, 1900-1, by Messrs. Jast and Anderson respectively. 

36. Title or Book Numbers. — It is not often, save in Fiction, Poetry and 
-other very large alphabetical classes, that titles require to be distinguished 
but even for this various methods have been devised. A plan sometimes 
adopted is to use the ordinary alphabetical name tables. Cutter, etc., and 
mark the first word of a title ; in other cases the separate works are simply 
numbered i, 2, 3, etc., in any order. Thus if a library has a set of Mrs. 
•Oliphant's novels, one gets the following collection of first words : — 

Plain No. Composite No. Cutter Mark. Brown Mark. 



I 3O16 Oliphant, 


Madam 


M23 


633 


2 3O19 — 


Madonna 


M23 


633 


3 3O2 


Maelstrom 


M24 


633 


4 3O31 — 


Magdalen 


M24 


6330 


5 3O6 - 


Margaret 


M38 


6335 


6 3O10 — 


Marion 


M38 


6335 


7 3O17 — 


Marriage 


M41 


6335 


8 3O18 — 


Mary 


M43 


6335 


9 3O32 — 


Massacre 


M45 


6336 


The translation of the " Composite Number " above is 


that Oh] 



is the third author in letter O, and the numbers following indicate the 
works in order of accession. It is a method of distinguishing authors 
and books, and requires special records of authors' names and their works, 
otherwise numbers may easily be repeated. Neither of the numerical 
systems are of use save for the libraries in which they are employed, because 
the numbers mean nothing, and are mere arbitrary symbols which are not 
•generally standardised. The Cutter and Brown marks are taken from 



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INTRODUCTION. 

standard tables, and have, therefore, universal Japphcation. But both are 
clumsy, and, as has already been stated, not absolutely necessary. 

37. Copy Numbers. — Sometimes a number of copies of the same work 
are kept, and when this is so, they maybe distinguished by having a number 

coming after a characteristic mark, as ^^"^ X^'^ In numerical arrange- 

3665-1 3665-2. ^ 

ments there is no need for any such marking. 

38. Chronological Arrangement. — In many scientific libraries it is- 
deemed advisable to adopt a chronological arrangement on the shelves- 
and even in catalogues, in order to assemble the latest works on a 
subject at one place. There is a certain amount of convenience in this, 
and several plans have been devised for marking books so as to indicate 
what order is intended. The simplest scheme, that of Mr. W. S. Biscoe,* 
is liable to be mistaken for Cutter author marks, as the symbols are 
identical, but where Cutter's tables are not used, they will be found clear 
enough. 

39. Biscoe Date Table.— 

A — Before Christ J — 1830 to 1839 

B — to 999 K — 1840 to 1849 

C — 1000 to 1499 L — 1850 to 1859 

D — 1500 to 1599 M — i860 to 1869 

E — 1600 to 1699 N — 1870 to 1879 

F — 1700 to 1799 — 1880 to 1889 

G — 1800 to 1809 P — 1890 to 1899 

H — 1810 to 1819 Q — 1900 to 1909 

I — 1820 10 1829 R — 1910 to 1919 

Undated books are marked with the letter of the supposed date — 
M indicating a book published any time between i860 and 1869. All 
other books are numbered with the letter and the year number, ignoring 
centuries, as in this example in the Dewey Notation : — • 

580.2Q05 Balfour. Manual of Botany. 1905 

614.132P99 Return on Infant Mortality. 1899 

40. Extended Date Table. — To avoid the use of both letters and figures, 
in expressing dates, and also to shorten the symbols, the following table, 
dealing with the period from the invention of printing, has been prepared.. 
For marking MSS. or for any other purposes, a similar table can be 
constructed and distinguished from this one by the use of capital letters. 
These symbols can be used for closely distinguishing events in the regnal 
years of monarchs. 

A.D. 

ag 1462 

ah 1463 

ai 1464 

aj 1465 

ak 1466 

al 1467 

* Library Journal, 1885. Brown's Manual of Classification, p. 96. 

29 



A.D. 




A.D. 


1450 


aa 


1456 


i4.')i 


ab 


1457 


1452 


ac 


1458 


1453 


ad 


1459 


14.54 


ae 


1460 


1455 


af 


1461 





A.D. 




am 


1468 


as 


an 


1469 


at 


ao 


1470 


au 


ap 


1471 


av 


aq 


1472 


aw 


ar 


1473 


ax 



SUBJECT CLASSIFICATION. 

A.D. A.D. A.D. A.D. 

1474 ay 1523 cv 1572 es 1621 gp 

1475 az 1524 cw 1573 et 1622 gq 

1476 ba 1525 ex 1574 eu 1623 gr 

1477 bb 1526 cy 1575 ev 1624 gs 
j:478 be 1527 cz 1576 ew 1625 gt 

1479 bd 1528 da 1577 ex 1626 gu 

1480 be 1529 db 1578 ey 1627 gv 
J481 bf 1530 dc 1579 ez . 1628 gw 
J482 bg 1531 dd 1580 fa 1629 gx 
0:483 bh 1532 de 1581 fb 1630 gy 

1484 bi 1533 df 1582 fc 1631 gz 

1485 bj 1534 dg 1583 fd 1632 ha 

1486 bk 1535 dh 1584 fe 1633 hb 

1487 bl 1536 di 1585 ff 1634 he 
J488 bm 1537 dj 1586 fg 1635 hd 

1489 bn 1538 dk 1587 fh 1636 he 

1490 bo 1539 dl 1588 fi 1637 hf 

1491 bp 1540 dm 1589 fj 1638 hg 
3492 bq 1541 dn 1590 fk 1639 hh 
J493 br 1542 do 1591 fl 1640 hi 
1494 bs 1543 dp 1592 fm 1641 hj 
J495 bt 1544 dq 1593 fn 1642 hk 
1496 bu 1545 dr 1594 fo 1643 hi 
J497 bv 1546 ds 1595 fp 1644 hm 
0:498 bw 1547 dt 1596 fq 1645 hn 

1499 bx 1548 du 1597 fr 1646 ho 

1500 by 1549 dv 1598 fs 1647 hp 
3501 bz 1550 dw 1599 ft 1648 hq 
1502 ca 1551 dx 1600 fu 1649 hr 
0503 cb 1552 dy 1601 fv 1650 hs 
.1504 cc . 1553 dz 1602 fw 1651 ht 
1505 cd 1554 ea 1603 fx 1652 hu 
J506 ee 1555 eb 1604 fy 1653 hv 
1507 ef 1556 ee 1605 fz 1654 hw 
J508 eg 1557 ed 1606 ga 1655 hx 
J509 eh 1558 ee 1607 gb 1656 hy 
J510 ci 1559 ef 1608 gc 1657 hz 
J511 cj 1560 eg 1609 gd 1658 ia 

1512 ck 1561 eh 1610 ge 1659 ib 

1513 cl 1562 ei 1611 gf 1660 ic 
.1514 em 1563 ej 1612 gg 1661 id 
1515 en 1564 ek 1613 gh 1662 ie 
Z516 CO 1565 el 1614 gi 1663 if 

1517 cp 1566 em 1615 gj 1664 ig 

1518 eq 1567 en 1616 gk 1665 ih • 

1519 er 1568 eo 1617 gl 1666 ii 

1520 es 1569 ep 1618 gm 1667 ij 
J521 ct 1570 eq 1619 gn 1668 ik 
1522 eu 1571 er 1620 go 1669 il 

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INTRODUCTION. 

A.D. A.D. A.D. 

1670 im 1719 kj 1768 mg 

1671 in 1720 kk 1769 mh 

1672 io 1721 kl 1770 mi 

1673 ip 1722 km 1771 mj 

1674 iq 1723 kn 1772 mk 

1675 ir 1724 ko 1773 ml 

1676 is 1725 kp 1774 mm 

1677 it 1726 kq 1775 mn 

1678 iu 1727 kr 1776 mo 

1679 iv 1728 ks 1777 mp 

1680 iw 1729 kt 1778 mq 

1681 ix 1730 ku 1779 mr 

1682 iy 1731 kv 1780 ms 

1683 iz 1732 kw 1781 mt 

1684 ja 1733 kx 1782 mu 

1685 jb 1734 ky 1783 mv 

1686 jc 1735 kz 1784 mw 

1687 jd 1736 la 1785 mx 

1688 je 1737 lb 1786 my 

1689 if 1738 Ic 1787 mz 

1690 jg 1739 Id 1788 na 

1691 jh 1740 le 1789 nb 

1692 ji 1741 If 1790 nc 

1693 ii 1742 Ig 1791 nd 

1694 jk 1743 Ih 1792 ne 

1695 jl 1744 li 1793 nf 

1696 im 1745 li 1794 ng 

1697 in 1746 Ik 1795 nh 

1698 io 1747 11 1796 ni 

1699 ip 1748 Im 1797 ni 

1700 iq 1749 In 1798 nk 

1701 ir 1750 Io 1799 nl 

1702 is 1751 Ip 1800 nm 

1703 it 1752 Iq 1801 nn 

1704 iu 1753 Ir 1802 no 

1705 iv 1754 Is 1803 np 

1706 jw 1755 It 1804 nq 

1707 ix 1756 Iu 1805 nr 

1708 iy 1757 Iv 1806 ns 

1709 jz 1758 Iw 1807 nt 

1710 ka 1759 Ix 1808 nu 

1711 kb 1760 Iy 1809 nv 

1712 kc 1761 Iz 1810 nw 

1713 kd 1762 ma 1811 nx 

1714 ke 1763 mb 1812 ny 

1715 kf 1764 mc 1813 nz 

1716 kg 1765 md 1814 oa 

1717 kh 1766 me 1815 ob 

1718 ki 1767 mf 1816 oc 

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A.D. 




1817 


od 


1818 


oe 


1819 


of 


1820 


og 


1821 


oh 


1822 


oi 


1823 


0] 


1824 


ok 


1825 


ol 


1826 


om 


1827 


on 


1828 


00 


1829 


op 


1830 


oq 


183I 


or 


1832 


OS 


1833 


ot 


1834 


ou 


1835 


ov 


1836 


ow 


1837 


ox 


1838 


oy 


1839 


oz 


1840 


pa 


184I 


pb 


1842 


pc 


1843 


pd 


1844 


pe 


1845 


Pf 


1846 


Pg 


1847 


ph 


1848 


Pi 


1849 


PJ 


1850 


pk 


1851 


Pl 


1852 


pm 


1853 


pn 


1854 


po 


1855 


PP 


1856 


pq 


1857 


pr 


1858 


ps 


1859 


Pt 


i860 


pu 


1861 


pv 


1862 


pw 


1863 


px 


1864 


py 


1865 


pz 



SUBJECT CLASSIFICATION. 



A.D. 




A.D. 




A.D. 




A.D. 




1866 


qa 


1880 


qo 


1894 


re 


1908 


rq 


1867 


qb 


I88I 


qp 


1895 


rd 


1909 


rr 


1868 


qc 


1882 


qq 


1896 


re 


igio 


rs 


1869 


qd 


1883 


qr 


1897 


rf 


1911 


rt 


1870 


qe 


1884 


qs 


1898 


rg 


1912 


ru 


187I 


qf 


1885 


qt 


1899 


rh 


1913 


rv 


1872 


qg 


1886 


qu 


1900 


ri 


1914 


rw 


1873 


qh 


1887 


qv 


I90I 


rj 


1915 


rx 


1874 


qi 


1888 


qw 


1902 


rk 


1916 


ry 


1875 


qj 


1889 


qx 


1903 


rl 


1917 


rz 


1876 


qk 


1890 


qy 


1904 


rm 


1918 


sa 


1877 


qi 


I89I 


qz 


1905 


rn 


1919 


sb 


1878 


qm 


1892 


ra 


1906 


ro 


1920 


sc 


ii^9 


qn 


1893 


rb 


1907 


rp 







By using this table the marks would appear thus : — • 

Eioo.3rn Balfour. Manual of Botany. 1905 
and would not conflict with the S5anbols of this or any other system. A 
one-letter table can be devised by using varieties of type, as with the hall- 
marking of gold and silver plate, but of course, it would be unsuitable 
for manuscript purposes. 

41. Other Marks and Indications. Juvenile Books. — ^When thought 
necessary to indicate in a mixed alphabetical catalogue, or for any other 
purposes, when a book is suitable for children, a "j," = juvenile or "c,"= 
children, can be placed in front of the class letter, thus — 

JE100.4 or cEioo.4 
and if further thought necessary to distinguish books specially suitable 
for girls or boys, "g,"^ girls, or "b,"=boys, can be substituted, reserving 
the " i " or " c " for works of general interest. But in these days of separate 
catalogues and libraries, this is a refinement which seems hardly necessary. 

42. Controversial Subjects. — In some libraries, and in catalogues of 
various kinds, it may be necessary to indicate the books written for and 
against a particular view or subject. The pros and cons of Vegetarianism, . 
Slavery, Roman Catholicism, Temperance, and hundreds of other subjects 
may require indication in large libraries, and a simple way of doing so, 
if the books cannot be actually separated on shelves or in catalogues, is 
to mark the Class number with a sign which shall clearly distinguish the 
standpoint. An asterisk, for example, could indicate the pro, or favourable 
view, and a double asterisk the anti or unfavourable view, thus : — 

**I7I4 Johnston. Is smoking injurious ? 
*I7I4 Russell. The smoking habit 
or by using the letters " f,"=for and " a,"= against — 
al7i4 Johnston. Is smoking injurious ? 
11714 Russell. The smoking habit 
In cases where catalogues are properly annotated, no marking will be 
necessary. 

43. Book Sizes. — The question of indicating book sizes is one for 
cataloguing chiefly, and does not enter into classification save as regards 

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INTRODUCTION. 

the physical placing of books. It does not affect the class or subject 
numbers, and it is now the general practice to make size notation a part 
of the catalogue entry. In libraries strictly classified it is best to separate 
the foho and quarto books from the octavoes, and to store them in specially 
made cases. Dummies or blanks can be inserted in the spaces which 
should be occupied by folios and quartos, bearing a reference to the place 
where they can be found.* In the catalogue the entry will show if a book 
IS f° or 4°, or F or Q, by printing these symbols as part of the entry. 

44. The Index.— The Index registers every subject word which occurs 
in the Classification Tables and many synonyms. It also directs to some 
unnumbered subjects, such as historical events in the reigns of different 
monarchs, and other matters which are included in divisional or main 
headings. It has not been thought necessary to repeat under national 
heads the various sciences, arts and historical categories which could be 
assembled there, nor at subject-words has it been deemed proper to show 
the national divisions of such topics. Biographical names are also omitted, 
and also all references to unnumbered geographical or historical areas'. 
The Index number is the one to be applied in the first instance, when a 
subject is definitely ascertained, and the subdivisions must be taken from 
the Categorical Tables. From this rule there can be no departure by strict 
users of the classification. On the other hand, the specialist or standpoint 
classifier who prefers to assemble all his material at a particular place, 
can do so by using the abstract place, and qualifying it by means of the 
Categorical Table or numbers from the Classification itself. Thus, a 
bibliographer can use the mark M760 and then proceed to subdivide it 
thus : — 

M760.0 Bibliography, General 

M760.1 — of Bibliography 

M760.2 — of Encyclopaedias 

M760 . 10 — History 

M760 . 40 — Maps 

M760 . 92 — Arithmetic 

M760 . 570 — Mountaineering 

M760 . 963 — Proverbs 

etc., etc. 

When he has exhausted these tables he can proceed to the National, 
Linguistic or Biographical Tables, as follows : — • 

M760T311 Bibliography of Brussels 
M76oM5go — Gipsy Language 

M760X3132 — Hans Christian Andersen 

45. Aids to Classification. — It is absolutely necessary in applying this 
Scheme of Classification, either on a large or small scale, to make use of 
good reference books. It is difficult, sometimes, to say where a place is, 
what a name means, when an event occurred, or who a person was, and 
for that reason the following books should always be accessible. 

1. A good Atlas, with a full reference index. 

2. A good modern Gazetteer, general. 

* See Brown's Manual of Library Economy, p. 152-3. 

33 c 



D 



Each work to have all these 
divisions assembled with it 



SUBJECT CLASSIFICATION. 

A good modern National Gazetteer (for the country in which the 

Library is). 
Haydn's Dictionary of Dates, last edition. 
Blair's or other full Chronological Tables. 

6. Beatson's Book of Dignities (Haydn). 

7. A good Biographical Dictionary. 

8. A Dictionary of Scientific Terms. 

9. Dictionaries of most languages. 

10. Smith's Century Cyclopedia of Names. (Useful for Vernacular 

forms). 

1 1 . WilHs' Flowering Plants and Ferns. 

APPENDICES. 

46. Table for arranging an Author's Works. 

Single works in chronological order of publication : — 

a Originals, including Manuscripts 

b Reprints 

c Translations in Foreign Languages 

d Parodies I in the order indicated. 

e Criticism, etc. 7 

Collected works in chronological order : — 

f Author's editions. 

g Editor's editions. 

h Selections. 

i Paraphrases and Condensed Versions. 

i Dramatic Version of Works. 

k Musical Settings of Works. 

1 The Pictorial side [Illustrations inspired by Works). 

m Biography. 

n Correspondence and Autographs (excluding MS. of works). 

o Criticism and Ana, general. 

p Portraits, Busts, Monuments. 

q Periodicals connected with the Author. 

r Societies connected with the Author. 

s Exhibitions, Festivals, etc. 

t Concordances, Aids and Guides. 

u Bibliography. 

In applying this table to a special author, the letters can be added 
to the biographical numbers, and the books collected at A003 Collected 
Works of individual authors. The effect would be as follows : — 

°°^ . Burns (R.) Poems chiefly in the Scottish dialect. 1786 
3462a 

-^l' — The Jolly Beggars. Cantata, by Sir H. R. Bishop 
:^^ — Bibliography, by J. Gibson. 

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INTRODUCTION. 

VI. Table for arranging the works of a particular Author, suggested 
by Mr. Robert K. Dent, Borough Librarian, Aston Manor. 

SHAKESPEAREANA : 

Rational Scheme of Classification. 
The Man, 

1. General Biographies. 

Brief Biographies in books. 

Original documents, contemporary or 17th century biographical 

references (e.g. Dowdall's "Traditionary Anecdotes," etc.) 
Allusion-books, to 1700. 

2. Personalia Parentage and genealogy. 

Shakespeare's earlier Stratford life. 

Was he a deerstealer ? 

Was he a schoolmaster ? 

Was he a butcher ? 

Other conjectures as to early training. 

Legends as to his early life : the crab-tree, etc. 

Courtship and marriage. 

3. Shakespeare in London. 

His personal connection with the stage. 
His London home. 
Did he travel abroad ? 
4.^Shakespeare's later Stratford life. 
His business enterprises. 
His family. 
His death. 
His will. 

5. Portraits and monuments : and works relating to the portraits. 

6. Shakespeare's home. 

Stratford-on-Avon generally. 

The Birthplace. 

Anne Hathaway's home. 

New Place. 

The church and the grave. 

Shakespeare land. 

7. Shakespearean jubilees and other celebrations. 

His Works. 

I. Original issues. (Separate plays and poems). 
■ la. Collected editions. (All before 1700). 

2a. Separate plays (where specially edited or published complete. 

Not acted editions or adaptations). 
2b. Editions of the Works, after 1700. 

3. Anthologies, Concordances, and Indexes. 

4. Sources, and other books used or adapted by Shakespeare. 

5. General hterary criticism. 

Criticism of separate plays in detail. 

6. Criticisms and Theories of the Sonnets. 

7. Archfflological illustrations of his writings. 

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SUBJECT CLASSIFICATION. 

8. Evidences in his writings of 

Bible knowledge. 
Legal knowledge. 
Sea Terms. 
Country life, etc., etc. 

9. Variora and conjectural emendations. 

10. Forgeries. 

11. Bacon theory. 

The Stage. 

1. Acting editions, alterations, and adaptations of Shakespeare's plays. 

2. Special works on the contemporary stage. 

3. Lives of players : (a) Contemporaries ; (b) Later players. 

4. History of the stage. 

5. Archseology and costumes. 

Graphic Illustrations of Shalcespeare. 

1. Topographical Prints and Drawings. 

2. Archaeological illustrations (pictorial) of his writings. 

3. Imaginative illustrations ; portraits of his heroines, etc. 

Shaliespearean Music : 

1. Traditional or early music (before 1700). 

2. Operas, cantatas, incidental music, and modern settings of the 

Songs. 

48. Table for arranging a County or other Area. — This table shows 
how a large number of items can be arranged in a local collection, and 
how provision should be made for towns and districts not provided for 
in the main tables. In order to obtain full representation of every area, 
it is necessary to turn up the county or department or whatever it may 
be and make out a complete list of parishes, independent towns or other 
administrative areas, and on that basis number the whole series. Of 
course, this is only necessary in the case of large collections of books and 
prints, and will not be necessary in one out of a hundred libraries, save 
as regards the collection relating to the town or district in which the library 
is placed. Two methods are shown of marking subjects, and where the 
numbers are taken from the Classification Tables, the arrangement may 
be assumed to have general application, but in the case of the table using 
the letter Y, the arrangement is intended for a large purely local collection. 
The area chosen is that of Edinburghshire, and it is clearly shown how the 
Categorical Table meets all ordinary needs. It is assumed, for the purpose 
of the Y arrangement, that everything is collected at Edinburghshire. 
In the other arrangement only the purely local matter, as defined at No. 14 
of the Introduction, is included. 



Table Nos. 
V33O 


Special Nos. 

Yog 


Edinburghshire, General 


V33O.I 


Yoo.i 


— Bibliography 


V33O.6 


Yog. 6 


— Societies 


V33O.IO 


Yoo.iG 


— History 


V33O.4O 


YGG.40 


— Maps 





YGG.4I 


— Biography 





Yog. 43 


— Heralchry 



36 



Table Nos. 
V33O.52 
¥330.101 



Special Nos. 

Yoo . 52 

Yoo.ioi 

Yoo. 170 

Yoo. 203 

Yoo. 317 

Yoi 

Yoi.io 

Y01.225 

Yoi. 713 

Y02 

Y03 

Y04 

Y05 

Y06 

Y06 . 10 

Y06.441 

Y07 

Y08 

Y09 

Yog. 225 

Yio 

Yii 

Y12 

Y13 

Y14 

Y15 

Y16 

Y17 

Y18 

Y18.225 

Y18.713 

Y18.284 



INTRODUCTION. 

Edinburghshire, Directories 

— Statistics 

— Roads 

— Lighthouses 

— Geology 
Edinburgh City, General 

— History 

— Castles 

— Churches 
Leith 

Musselburgh (and Inveresk Parish) 
Dalkeith (Town and Parish) 
Pentland Hills 
West Calder Parish, General 

— — History 

— — Flora 
Mid Calder Parish 
Kirknewton — 
Currie — 

— History of Curriehill Castle 
Ratho Parish 
Corstorphine — ■ 
Cramond — 
Duddingston Parish 
liberton — 

Colinton — 

Glencorse — 

Penicuik — 

Lasswade — General 

— Guide to Roslin Castle 

— Guide to Roslin Chapel 

— Guide to Hawthornden 



V331 
V331.10 
¥331. 225 

V33I-7I3 
V332 

V333 
V334 
V335 
V33501 
V33501 . 10 

V33502 
V33503 
V33504 
V33504.225 

V33505 
V33506 

V33507 
V33508 

V33509 
V33510 

V33511 
V33512 

V33513 
V335I3-225 

V335I3-7I3 
V33513.284 
And so on. 
V336 

In cases where the number of areas exceeds 100, it will be necessary 
to use a three instead of a two figure addition — ^W24iooo, etc., Yooo, 
Yooi, etc. Some may prefer to use an alphabetical order of place names 
instead of a geographical one, in which case Edinburghshire would arrange 
thus, Dalkeith coming out of its order : — 



Haddingtonshire 



V330 


Edinburghshire 




Dalkeith. See V334 


V3300 


Borthwick 


V3309 


Duddingston 


V330I 


Carrington 


V331 


Edinburgh City 


V3302 


Cockpen 


V3310 


Fala and Soutra 


V3303 


Colinton 


V3311 


Glencorse 


V3304 


Corstorphine 




Heriot 


V3305 


Cramond 


— 


Inveresk. See Musselburgh 


V3306 


Cranston 


V3312 


KirkHston. See Hadding- 


V3307 


Crichton 




tonshire 


V3308 


Currie 


V3313 


Kirknewton 



37 



SUBJECT CLASSIFICATION. 

V3314 Lasswade V334 Dalkeith 

V332 Leith V3340 Newbattle 

V3320 Liberton V3341 Newton 

V3321 Mid Calder V3342 Penicuik 

V333 Musselburgh V335 Pentland Hills 

In a great number of cases, particularly in the county divisions of 
the United Kingdom, the adoption of alphabetical order would lead to 
the shortening of symbols, but, of course, adjoining parishes would be 
separated. 

49. Classification of Library Economy, Administration, and Office 
Papers, by L. S. Jast, Croydon Public Libraries. 

The following scheme is an attempt to apply classification not only to 
the literature of Library Economy, but also to the various written records, 
and papers bearing upon the administration of libraries, and processes 
of work. The scheme under Library Economy in the Expansive classifica- 
tion is stated to be applicable to administrative papers, as well as to the 
printed literature of the subject, but it is essentially for the latter purpose 
and only incidentally useful for the former ; it is also nothing Hke detailed 
enough to be of much service in administration. Mr. Madeley, librarian 
of the Warrington Public Library, in the Library Association Record, v. 6, 
pp. 367-387, presents a classification for office papers only. The present 
scheme differs from Mr. Madeley's in that while primarily a classification 
of of&ce papers and library activities generally, it also covers the literature 
of Library Economy, and is far more detailed than any tables hitherto 
printed. 

The object of the scheme is to provide a number for every kind of 
document, letter, record, process or group of processes in a public library, 
and to refer by a single reference to the place of storage of every kind of 
material. The arrangement and indexing of business papers is aimed at 
by all the various makers of different kinds of files now on the market, 
but even librarians, who have learned the value of the systematic arrange- 
ment of books, have, with few exceptions, not yet appreciated the fact 
that command over one's papers is not essentially a matter dependent 
upon any kind of filing system, but can only be obtained by means of a 
systematic and carefully designed subject-arrangement. The ensuing 
scheme will achieve its purpose with the most prehistoric filing system, 
but the easy consultation and manipulation of papers will be aided by a 
good method of filing. It may be laid down as a general principle that, 
for the most part, any system of filing which binds papers is not so good 
as one in which the papers are loose. The system which lends itself best 
to such a system of arrangement as that following is the Vertical system. 
Folders are marked with the number of the topic, and all loose papers are 
filed under their various numbers. Bound records, such as account books, 
stock books, etc., will, of course, be numbered on the back, and arranged 
on shelves. 

Space will not permit a full description of the applications of the system 
to the practical work of the Ubrary, but a few brief notes are appended 
on the more important of these. 

38 



INTRODUCTION. 

Use of other Class Numbers. — The note " subdivided like the main 
classification," as e.g., 4296 Special reports to Committee, refers to this 
present Library Economy classification. But for the further division of 
any of these numbers to indicate form or geographical divisions, and in 
some cases subject, as e.g., 19 Libraries on special subjects, the numbers 
of whatever classification is employed in the library may be used. In 
the case of the Subject classification these numbers are simply added to the 
Library Economy numbers, the fact that the Subject numbers begin with 
a letter serving to prevent any confusion between these numbers and 
possible subdivisions of the Library Economy classification. If, however, 
a pure number, such as the numbers of the Dewey Decimal system, is 
used, it should be put in brackets. Thus o being general works on 
Library Economy, (02) will mark a manual of Library Econom}', 02 
being the Decimal form number for compends ; so also 61222 being 
publishers' catalogues limited to a subject, 61222(59) will mark a catalogue 
of zoological works. 

It will probably be best to use Cutter alphabetical numbers for 
geographical divisions, running country, district, or town in one alphabetical 
sequence. Thus : — • 

17 Municipal and free libraries 
17C17 Cardiff 
17C61 Cleveland (U.S.) 
17C81 Cork 
17C88 Croydon, 
Correspondence. — Correspondence should be treated like other material 
and arranged by subject. In the case of a public library most corre- 
spondence is far more valuable under subject than if arranged alphabetically 
or by date. For example, a library is running a course of lectures, all its 
correspondence dealing with that course will go in 244, and be kept together ; 
all its quotations (other than books) will go in 514, its accepted quotations 
in 5145, and if wished, this material may be subdivided like the main 
classification, and all quotations for, let us say, shelving, 5 1438 1, will then 
arrange together ; so again quotations for second-hand books will go in 
6236, and here will gradually collect a mass of valuable memoranda, which 
in an ordinary way would not be worth keeping, merely because it would 
be lost in a mass of other material. Another advantage of the subject 
arrangement of letters is that a great deal of ephemeral material can be 
automatically weeded out, or destroyed at once, as it will usually be found 
that either the whole of the material coming under one number is 
worth keeping or not worth keeping, that is, as a group. In the latter 
case, a manilla sheet, bearing its appropriate number, should be inserted 
in its proper place in the file, with an instruction not to keep, as e.g. — 
444 Staff. Examinations. Papers of candidates. 
These are not to be kept. 
A small library with comparatively little correspondence would not 
probably use the full scheme, but as familiarity with the scheme increases 
the tendency will probably be, even in this case, to divide pretty minutely, 
the advantages of close classification being very great. If an assistant 
is told off to do the classifying and filing, it will not be necessary for the 

39 



SUBJECT CLASSIFICATION. 

librarian to mark the class number on his letters ; he will probably find it 
easier to write the subject word in pencil as a guide to the classifier. The 
main objection to classifying correspondence is the liability of placing 
a letter where it cannot be found when it is wanted, but this is a danger 
to some extent, of even an alphabetical arrangement. It may be entirely 
obviated by having an alphabetical index of correspondents and entering 
the numbers under which each letter is filed under their names. This 
should be on cards or slips, and will serve as an address register, as well 
as an index to the correspondence. There is practically no more trouble 
in keeping this record than in indexing an ordinary letter book. Of course, 
it is presumed that copies of all replies are taken on loose sheets and filed 
with the original letters. 

Receptacle Numbers.-^Some numbers are intended not to mark material 
but receptacles. Thus a folder marked 4243 will contain letters, memoranda 
and other material to be submitted to the chairman. This material, 
therefore, only temporarily rests in 4243, on its way to be permanently 
filed in various other numbers. Similar receptacle numbers are 551-555, etc. 

Forms and Supplies. — Forms and supplies are conveniently marked 
by the class number followed by a special letter mark for the form. In 
many cases special numbers are allotted to supplies ; where there is no 
special number the supply will take the number of the subject or process 
concerned. Thus 646 being the process of plating, book plates or board 
labels will be marked 646. 

Some Examples of the Marking of Supplies. 

6686 A Catalogue card, thin, 
6686 Am Catalogue card, medium 
6686 B Catalogue card, blue 

6686 S Catalogue Card, salmon 

6687 F Guide card, cut in fifths, blue 
6687 Fb Guide card, cut in fifths, buff 

Bulky supphes may be labelled with a luggage label, and arranged 
in flat boxes or drawers. 

Separating Current from Old Material.— This is best done by inserting 
a manilla sheet in the folder and filing current or " to be dealt with " papers 
in front of it 

Departments. — When it is necessary to classify for a department 
separately, e.g., School hbraries, use a letter to indicate department in 
front or behind the class numbers. Usually the letter will come most 
conveniently in front, e.g., Sch65 School hbraries stock; but in cases 
where a parallel classification is not wanted, the letter should succeed, 
e.g., 65 1 R Reference stock book. 

Pointing the Numbers.— As aU the numbers are decimal, they need not 
be pomted, but to enable the sequence to be readily grasped it is suggested ; 
that m writing the numbers a point should be inserted after every third 
figure, thus, 585.532.32 Catalogues of drawing inks, is easier to read than 
58553233. 



40 



INTRODUCTION. 



MAIN DIVISIONS. 



General. 

01 Librarian. 



Personal. 



1 Legislation. Founding. 

2 Extension work. 

3 Building. 

4 Government and service. 

5 Executive. 

6 Accession. Description. 

7 Departments. 

8 Publications. 

9 Other. 



Classes of libraries. 



Conservation. 



MAIN SUBDIYISIONS, 



1 Legislation. Founding. Classes 

of libraries 

11 Ideas of libraries. Argu- 

ments for and against 

12 Legislation 

13 State aid 

14 Founding. Adoption of 

Library Acts. Securing 
funds, etc. 

15 Ancient and mediaeval 

libraries 

16 National and State libraries 

17 Municipal and free libraries 

18 Other general libraries 

19 Libraries on special subjects 

2 Extension Work 

21 Library and education 

22 Local societies, institutions, 

clubs 

23 Local factories, offices, etc. 

24 Lectures 

25 Readings 

26 Exhibitions 

27 Work with children 

28 Circulars 

29 Other extension work 

3 Building 

31 Premises. Rented or bought 

32 Location. Sites 

33 Materials. Construction 

34 Plan 

35 Rooms 

36 Lighting 

37 Heating. 

38 Fittings, 
39 



Ventilation 
Furniture 



Care of building 



4 

41 

42-3 

44-5 

46 

47 
48 

49 

5 

51-2 

53 

54 

55 

56-8 

59 
6 

61 
62 

63 
64 

65 

66 

67 

68 

689 

69 

7 

71 

72 

73 
74 



Government and Service 

Council 
Committee 
Staff 

Rules and regulations for 
readers 

Relations with other Cor- 
poration committees 

Relations with other Cor- 
poration departments 
Executive 

Finance 

Stationery, supplies 

Communication, correspon- 
dence. 
Office 

Accession. Description. Con- 
servation 

Selection 
Purchase 
Donations 
Book processes 
Stock 

Cataloguing 
Classification 
The Shelf 
Filing 
Binding 
Departments 

Lending library. Loan 
Reference library 
News and magazine rooms 
Library system. Branches 



41 



SUBJECT CLASSIFICATION. 



75 


Children's libraries and 


85 


Indicator keys. Shelf keys 




reading rooms 


86 


Rules. Handbooks 


76 


School libraries 


i7 


Reports 


77 


Other library departments 


88 


Library magazines 


78 


Museum 


89 


Other pubUcations 


79 


Art Gallery 


9 


Other 


8 


Publications 


91 


Library Associations 


81 


Catalogues 


92 


Library periodicals 


82 


Author 


93 


Societies and institutions 


83 


Dictionary 


94 


Co-operative work 


84 


Classified. Subject lists 








COMPLETE TABLES. 


GENERAL 


16 


National and State libraries 


01 


THE LIBRARIAN. PERSONAL 


17 


Municipal and free libraries 


02 


Librarian's position 


18 


Other general libraries 




(Such matters as applica- 


181 


Subscription. Commercial 




tion for an increase of 


182 


Societies, institutions, clubs 




salary, another post, 


184 


Education 




etc., go here, as well 




(School libraries as a part 




as testimonials, refer- 




of the library organiza- 




ences in the press, etc.) 




tion are 76) 


03 


Lectures. Speeches. 


1841 


University and college 




Literary Work 


1842 


Secondary schools 


04 


Societies. Work on com- 




(not technical, which are 




mittees. 




1844) 


05 


Correspondence. Mail 


1843 


Elementary schools 


06 


Public and social functions. 


1844 


Technical 




Club 


1848 


Sunday school 


07 


Accounts 


187 


Parish. Village 


08 


Matters requiring attention 


188 


For special classes 


09 


Other 


19 


Libraries on special subjects . 


I LEGISLATION. FOUNDING. 




(Divided by subject) 




CLASSES OF LIBRARIES 


2 EXTENSION WORK 




(Catalogues, handbooks, 


21 


Library and education 




reports and other pub- 




(School libraries are 184 




lications of particular 




and 76. This covers 




libraries are better in 




the general question) 




8 than here) 


211 


Relations with elemen- 


II 


Ideas of libraries. Argu- 




tary education 




ments for and against 


213 


Relations with secondary 


12 


Legislation 




education 


1205 


Limitation of rate 


214 


Technical education 


1207 


Combination of library 


216 


University extension 




authorities 


217 


National Home Reading 


13 


State aid 




LTnion 


14 


Founding, Adoption of Li- 


219 


Conferences 




brary Acts. Securing funds. 




(Between the Ubrary 




bequests, etc. 




authority and educa- 


15 


Ancient and mediaeval libraries 




tional organisations) 



42 



INTRODUCTION. 



22 Local societies, institutions, 
clubs 

(The subdivisions 221- 
229 are for special 
local use) 
2201 Syllabuses. Programmes of 
meetings 

. (When it is desired to 
keep these together) 
221 

322 

223 
224 
223 
226 
227 
228 
229 

23 Local factories, offices, etc. 
Subdivisions for use under any 

of above heads. Note that 
these figures must be pre- 
ceded by a cypher when 
used with 22, e.g., 2206 
Visits of Local Societies to 
Library ; 226 marks a par- 
ticular society : — 

2 Library talks or lessons at 

the school, society, etc. 

3 Home work, involving work 

in library or with library 
books 

6 Visits of classes, societies, 
etc., to library 

8 Library notice boards, pla- 
card catalogues, etc., at the 
school, lecture room, etc. 

24 Lectures 
244 Syllabus 

246 Register of lecturers 

247 Register of subjects 

25 Readings (Divided like 24) 

26 Exhibitions 

27 Work with children 

(The general subject and 
the special heads be- 
low. - School Libraries 
are 76 ; visits of school 
children to Library are 
2116) 



274 Lectures 

275 Readings 

(274-5 are subdivided 
like 24) 

276 Exhibitions 

277 Story-telling 

28 Circulars 

(Divided like the main 
classification, e.g., Cir- 
cular re inter-library 
loans 287132) 

29 Other extension work 

292 Relations with the Press 

3 BUILDING 

(Mark views of library 
, buildings 3, with geo- 
graphic number. General 
descriptions of buildings- 
may go here or in 15-19) 
305 Leases. Agreements 

31 Premises. Rented or bought 

32 Location. Sites 

33 Materials. Construction 
331 Materials 

333 Walls. Columns. Arches 

334 Roofs 

335 Floors. Floor coverings. 

Floor preparations 

336 Doors. Windows. 

Screens 

337 Staircases. Galleries 

339 Decoration. Statuary and 

busts. Pictures 

34 Plan. 

(Mark plans of libraries 
34, with geographic 
number) 

341 Draft plans. Librarian's- 

plan 

342 Competition. Rules, in- 

structions 

343 Plans sent in 

344 Premiated designs 

345 Assessor 

346 Accepted plans 

347 Architect 
3475 Builder 

348 Contracts. Specifications. 

Quantities 



43 



SUBJECT CLASSIFICATION. 



3483 


Tenders 


3613 


3485 


Accepted 


3615 


3487 


Clerk of works 




35 


Rooms 




351 


Public rooms 


362 


3511 


Lobbies. Stairways. Lifts 


363 


3512 


Lending library 




3513 


Reference library 


364 


3514 


Special libraries 




3515 


News and magazine 


365 




rooms. Ladies' rooms 


3655 


3516 


Children's rooms 


366 


3517 


Lecture room. Study 


367 




rooms 


368 


3518 


Lavatories. Cloak 


369 




rooms 


37 


3519 


Other public rooms 


371 


352 


Administration rooms 


372 


3521 


Librarian's room 


373 


3522 


Committee room 


374 


3523 


Order room 


375 


3524 


Cataloguing room 


376 


3525 


Book processes room. 


377 




General work room 


378 


3526 


Binding and printing 


379 




rooms 


38 


3527 


Packing rooms 


381 


3528 


Staff rooms 


38108 


3529 


Other administration 


38109 




rooms 


3811 


35293 


Delivery stations and 


38111 




travelling libraries 


38115 


35295 


Photographic dark 


3812 




room 


38121 


353 


Storage rooms 


38125 


3531 


Stack rooms 


38129 




(For the stacks them- 


3813 




selves, see 381) 




3532 


Valuable books. Strong 
room 


3814 


3533 


Newspaper room 


3815 


3536 


Supplies store 


3816 


3537 


Janitor's store 


3817 


355 


Living rooms 


3818 


3551 


Librarian's rooms. House 




3557 


Janitor's rooms 


3819 


358 


Museum 




359 


Art Gallery 




36 


Lighting 


382 


361 


Natural lighting 


3825 



Top lighting 
Improvement of natural 

lighting. Reflectors, 

prisms 
Artificial lighting 

Diffused and general 

Ughting 
Point lighting. Lighting 

of desks, tables, etc. 
Gas 

Incandescent gas 
Electric light 

Arc 

Incandescent 
Other methods of lighting 
Heating. Ventilation 
Boiler house 

Heating suppUes. Coal, etc. 
Systems of heating 
Fireplaces 
Hot water 
Steam 
Gas 

Other systems 
Ventilation 
Fittings. Furniture 
Shelving 
Wood 
Metal 
Wall shelving. Alcoves 

Wood 

Metal 
Cases 

Wood 

Metal 

Revolving 
Close stacking. Rolling 

stacks 
Shelving for large folios. 

Flat storage 
Book holders. Table cases 
Bookcase doors, curtains 
Adjustable devices 
Book trucks, trays, car- 
riers, lifts 
Other shelving accessories 

[e.g., book supports, 
steps, etc.) 
Counters 

Open access counter 



44 



INTRODUCTION. 



383 


Chairs. Tables 


4 GOVERNMENT AND SERVICE 


384 


Office furniture 


41 


Council 


3841 


Desks 


42 


Committee. Trustees 


3842 


RoUtop 


421 


Election. Co-opted 


3844 


Drawers 




members 


3846 


Cupboards 


422 


Powers 


385 


Lending and reference 


423 


Standing orders 




libraries 


424 


Chairman 


3852 


Indicators 


4243 


Matters to be submitted 




(Magazine indicators 




to Chairman 




are 3864) 


4245 


Vice-chairman 


3854 


Reading stands, easels 


425 


Clerk 


3857 


Show cases 


426 


Minutes 


386 


News and magazine rooms. 


427 


Notices of meeting 




Lecture room 


428 


Agenda. Notices of motion 


3861 


Newspaper stands, slopes 


4285 


Attendances 


3862 


Racks 


429 


Next meeting 


3863 


Directory stands 


4291 


Reports. Returns 


3864 


Magazine indicators. 


4292 


Periodical (fortnightly. 




Lists. Name tablets 




monthly or quarterly) 


3865 


Lecture room 


4294 


Annual 


3866 


Blackboard. Screens 


4295 


Next annual 




and other means for 


4296 


Special 




displaying diagrams 


(Subdivided like the main classi- 


3867 


Lecturer's reading 




fication. It is best to keep 




stand, desk 




two copies one here, and 


3868 


Lantern 




one with the subject. This 


3869 


Accessories and sup- 




is only for reports presented 




plies 




to the committee ; reports- 


387 


Other special furniture 




obtained by the librarian 


3871 


Library vans. Carts 




for his own use are 577) 


388 


Miscellaneous items 


43 


Sub-Committees 




(Arranged alphabetically) 


431 


Finance 


388II 


Brackets 


432 


Officers 


38818 


Clocks 


433 


Books 


38831 


Frames 


434 




I 38863 


Notice boards 


435 


Buildings. Sites 


38877 


Safes 


436 


Branches. Divisional com- 


i: 38884 


Steps. Ladders 




mittees 


389 


Original designs 


437 


Visiting 


11 


(Divided like the main 


438 


Other 


t 


classification) 


439 


Temporary 


i 39 


Care of Building 




(The above may all be 


(' 391 


Protection from fire 




subdivided like 42 


392 


Staff fire drill 




Committee) 


J 394 


Cleaning 


44 


Staff 


^395 


Supplies 


4406 


Staff insurance. Superan- 


396 


Repairs. Renovation 




nuation 


397 


Tools 


441 


Vacancies. Advertising. 


1398 


Patrol. Night watch 




Applications 



45 



SUBJECT CLASSIFIQATION. 



441 1 1 Clerk 

44112 Chief librarian 

441 13 Sub-librarian. Deputy 

librarian 

44114 Branch librarians. Li- 

brarians-in-charge. 
Heads of departments 

44115 Senior assistants 

44116 Junior assistants 
.44117 Extra staff. Evening, 

Sunday, Holiday 
44118 Janitors. Cleaners 

.44119 Other 

441 1 92 Typists 

441195 Pages. Messengers 

441197 Binders 

441198 Engineers 

442 Interim applications 

443 Examinations 

444 Papers of candidates 

445 Selected candidates 

446 Appointments 

(442-6 are subdivided 
like 441) 
.447 Salaries 

448 Staff rules 

.449 Hours. Time sheets 

.45 Staff {contd.) 
.451 Absences. Sick leave 

452 Holidays 

453 Duties 

454 Special 

455 Reports. Record of merit 

456 Training. L. A. classes. 

Library schools 

457 In the library 
.458 Staff meetings 

459 Testimonials, i.e., given by 

librarian or committee 
46 Rules and regulations 

461 General 

(Definitions. Duties 
and powers of libra- 
rian) 

462 Hours of opening and 

closing 

463 Membership. Readers' 

qualifications 

464 Home use of books 



465 Reference use 

(This includes news 1 
and magazine rooms) 

466 Care of books. Bookmarks 

467 Order in building 

468 . Special regulations 

469 Actions at law. Prose- 

cutions 

48 Relations with other Corpora- 

tion Committees 
These numbers may be sub- 
divided for sub-committees, I 
if wished. Both committee 
and sub-commitee num- 
bers may be further divided 
like 42, but the divisions of 
42 must be preceded by a 
cypher when used with 1 
Committee niunbers to pre- 
vent confusion with figures 
in fourth place indicating 
sub-committees, thus: — 

488 Education committee 

48806 Minutes 

4886 A sub-committee of Edu- 
cation committee 

48866 Minutes 

482 Finance committee 

483 General purposes committee 

484 Sanitary committee 

485 Watch committee 

486 Parks committee 

487 Tramways committee 

488 Education committee 
489 

49 Relations with other Corpora- 

tion Departments 

(Letters conveying resolu- 
tions or written by 
instruction of a com- 
mittee go in 48. Genera] 
correspondence with 
officials goes here, 
Under the principal 
official goes all corre- 
spondence with his de- 
partment) 

491 Town Clerk 

492 Accountant. Treasurer 



46 



INTRODUCTION. 



493 


Engineer 


514 


Quotations 


494 


Medical officer. Inspector 




(Both 514 and 513 may 




of Nuisances 




be subdivided like the 




(Communications re in- 




main classification, e.g., 




fected books go in 




51471811 Quotations 




7139) 




for burghers' vouchers) 


495 
496 

497 
498 


Chief constable. Police 


5145 
515 


Accepted 
Order book 


Tramways manager 
Clerk to education com- 
mittee 




(Book, etc., orders are 
621. This is general 
order book. Corres- 


499 




pondence re orders 






takes this number, and 


5 EXECUTIVE 




may be arranged in 


51 Finance 




sequence of order num- 


511 


Estimates. Budget 




bers.) 


.512 


Income. Cash receipts 


516 


Bills unpaid 


5121 


Rate 


5161 


Checked 


5122 


Endowment 


5162 


Allocated. Analysed 


5123 


Investments 


5163 


Queried 


5124 


Grants 


5164 


Entered in ledger 


5125 


Rent 


5165 


Prepared for committee 


5126 


Donations 


5166 


Approved for payment 


:5i27 


Subscriptions 


5167 


Cheque book 


5128 


Fines. Damages 


5169 


Payment deferred 


5129 


Other sources 


517 


Expenditure. Bills paid 


5I29I 


Borrowers' replace- 


5171 


Rent 




ments 


5172 


Printing and stationery 


51292 


Deposits 


5173 


Lighting. Heating. Clean- 


51293 


Interest 




ing 


51294 


Sales 


5174 


Loan payments 


•51295 


Publications 


5175 


Publications 




(May be subdivided 




(May be subdivided like 8) 




like 8, e.g., Sale of 


5176 


Books. Periodicals, etc. 




Catalogues5i295i, 




(May be subdivided like 




of library maga- 




62, e.g., expenditure on 




zine 512958) 




lantern slides 51767) 


ll 51296 


Books. Periodicals, 


5177 


Binding 


11 


etc. 


5178 


Salaries. Wages 




(May be subdivided 


5179 


Other Expenditure 


t 


like 62, e.g., sale 


51791 


Furniture and fittings 


ll 


of second - hand 


51792 


Deposits returned 


S! 


books 512963) 


51793 


Rates 


Id 51297 




51794 


Repairs 


« 51298 


Waste paper 


51795 


Telephones 


J 51299 


Sales for other de- 


51796 


Insurance 


1!'; 


partments or in- 


51797 


Subscriptions 


at ' 


stitutions 


51798 


Superannuation 


513 


Requisitions 


51799 


Establishment 


5135 


Approved 


518 


Credit notes 



47 



SUBJECT CLASSIFICATION. 



52 
521 
522 
523 

524 
525 
526 

527 

528 

5285 

5286 

529 

53 

531 

5311 

5313 

5315 

5317 

532 

53215 

5322 

53225 

5323 

53232 

53233 

53235 

5324 

53245 

53247 

5325 

53252 

53253 

53254 

53255 

5326 

53265 

5327 

53275 

5328 

53285 

5329 

533 

5331 

5332 



Finance (contd.) 
Ledger 
Cash book 
Petty cash book. Postage 

book 
Loans 
Bank. Paying in book 

Bank book 
Periodical financial state- 
ments 
Audit 

Weekly or monthly 
Annual 
Insurance 
Stationery, supplies 
. Postal 

Letter paper. Official 
Post cards 
Envelopes 
Postal wrappers 
Desk 

(Arranged alphabetically) 
Adhesives. Gum, paste, 

etc. 
Elastic bands 
Erasers. Rubbers 
Ink 

Drawing inks 
Duplicating, copying, 
and printing inks 
Ink bottles, stands 
Paper fasteners 
Paper weights 
Pencils 
Penholders 
Pens 

Fountain 
Pentrays, racks 
Penwipers 
Piercers. Bodkins 
Pins 

(Drawing pins are 538) 
Rulers 

Sealing wax. Seals 
String. Tape. Straps 
Trays 

Waste paper baskets 
Papers 
Writing papers 
Plain 



5333 


Ruled 


5334 


Cash columns 


5335 


ScribbUng paper. Pads 


5336 


Cartridge papers 


5337 


Manilla papers 


5338 


Drawing papers 


53383 


Squared 


53385 


Wrapping papers 


5339 


Blotting papers 


53391 


Pads 


534 


MS. books 


5342 


Plain 


5343 


Ruled 


5344 


Cash columns 


5345 


Squared 


5346 


Thumb index 


5347 


Copying and manifoldinj 


5348 


Guard books. Albums 


5349 


Calendars. Diaries 


535 


Cardboards 


536 


Tickets. Labels 


537 


Stamps. Inking pads. 




Small printing outfits 


538 


Drawing. Implements and 




supplies 




(Drawing papers are 5338) 




(Erasers are 5325) 




(Inks are 5323) 




(Pencils are 53247) 


539 


Painting. Implements and 


1 


supplies 


! 55 


Communication, Correspon* 




dance 


551 


Mail in 


552 


Immediate 


553 


Referred to departments, 




to be dealt with 


5535 


To report 


554 


Mail out 


555 


Departmental communica- 




tions 


556 


Telephone. Telegraph 


5561 


Exchange calls "in." 




Messages 


5562 


CaUs " out " 


5563 


Trunk calls " out " 


5564 


Branch telephones. Pri- 




vate wires. Calls " in" 


5565 


Calls " out " 


5566 


Directory 



48 



INTRODUCTION. 



5567 


Inter-departmental tele- 
phones 


577 


5568 


Abortive calls. Com- 
plaints 




5569 


Telegrams 




557 


Interviews. Deputations. 
Call book 




558 


Copying. Copying press 




5585 


Copying supplies 


578 


559 


Correspondence file. A — Z 
(Correspondence is best 
classed by subject, 
leaving only sundries 
here. See prelimin- 
ary remarks) 




56 


Office 




561 


Memoranda. Office tickler 




562 


Diary 




563 


Staff time book 




564 


Orders for the day. Work 
book. Routine calen- 
dar 




565 


Work in hand 

(Standing jobs, other 
than routine work) 




566 


Work to be done 

(This is work waiting, 
but not actually in 
hand) 




567 


Standing instructions 






(This is the library's 


579 




manual of method — 






how to do things. Sub- 






divided like the main 






classification) 




568 


Matters requiring attention 




569 


Ideas. Projects 




57 


Office (contd.) 




571 


Typewriting. Typewriter 


58 




machine 


581 


572 


Typewriter supplies 




573 


Duphcating. Duplicator 
machine 




574 


Duplicator supplies 




575 
576 


Printing. Copy 

(Except catalogue copy 
663, and magazine copy 
881) 
Proof 





Reports. Returns 

(Obtained by the li- 
brarian for his own 
use. If for com- 
mittee they go in 
4296. Divided like 
the main classifica- 
tion) 
Departmental 

Subdivided by any 
figures of the main 
classification indica- 
ting departments. 
Note that two figures 
should be used for 
the departments in 
class 7, thus : — 
57871 Lending li- 
brary 
57874 Branches 
Other departments 
are then marked : — 
57862 Order dept. 
57866 Cataloguing 
dept., etc. 
This head is for general 
reports on the work 
of the department. 
Reports on particu- 
lar matters go in 577 
Reports " out " 

(These are reports and 
returns made to other 
libraries, individuals, 
etc., on the work of 
the library. May be 
be subdivided like the 
main classification) 
Office (contd.) 
Statistics 

(General. Statistics of 
stock are 659 ; of cata- 
loguing 66699 ; of 
classification 678 ; of 
lending issues 7129 ; 
of registration 7189 ; of 
reference issues 7239 ; 
of newsroom attend- 
ance, 739) 



49 



SV EJECT CLASSIFICATION. 



582 Register of official supplies 

and forms. Samples 
(On treatment of official 
forms and samples of 
supplies, see prelimin- 
ary remarks) 

583 Other supplies 

584 Register of fittings 

585 Catalogues of supplies and 

fittings 
(Kept here, but divided 
like the main classifica- 
tion. General cata- 
logues of library appli- 
ances are marked 38) 

586 Recipes 

(Divided like the main 
classification) 

587 Notices. Bills 

(Whether written or 
printed. Divided like 
the main classification. 
Circulars are 28) 
589 Library council 

(This is for meeting of 
librarian and heads of 
' departments General 

staff meetings are 458) 
6 ACCESSION. DESCRIPTION, 
i -I CONSERVATION 

61 Selection 

611 Books 

61 12 On approval. Personal 

examination 

61 13 Guides 

61 15 Reviews 

6116 Marked 

612 Catalogues 

6121 Publishers' catalogues 

6122 British 

61221 General 

61222 Special, limited to a 

subject 

61223 Special, limited to an 

author 

61224 Juvenile 

61225 Series 

61226 Announcements, 

publishers' maga- 
zines 



61227 


Prospectuses of in- 




dividual books 


6123 


American 




(When without Lon- 




don branch or re- 




presentatives) 


6124 


Foreign 




(6123-4 may be 




divided Uke 6122 




British) 


61243 


Government and official 




publications 


61244 


Society and institution 




pubUcations 


61246 


Booksellers' catalogues 


61247 


Sale catalogues 


61249 


Marked catalogues 


6125 


Desiderata. General 


61252 


Local 


61255 


To complete sets 


613 


Suggestions 


6I3I 


From experts, lists on 




special topics 


6132 


Librarian's. Current 


6I32I 


Special funds, e.g. tech- 




nical grant 


61323 


Special topics 


61324 


Reports on stock 




(These are reports on 




authors or topics 




as represented on 




the shelves — as a 




guide in selection) 


61325 


Staff 




(Until adopted by li- 




brarian) 


6133 


Readers' 


6134 


Suggestions by members 




of committee 


61345 


Queries. Doubtful 




books 


6135 


Books enquired for 


6136 


Duplicates 


6137 


Replacements 


6138 


Suggestions submitted to 




committee 


6139 


Suggestions approved 


61395 


Suggestions deferred 


61396 


Suggestions disapproved 



50 



INTRODUCTION. 



614 


Newspapers and magazines 




6 Offers 


6145 


Excisions 




62 Accepted 


■6146 


Specimen numbers 




65 Orders not filled 


■615 


Pictures and photographs 




7 Orders held back 


616 


Books for the bHnd 




75 Orders counter- 


.617 


Lantern slides 




manded 




(The above heads are 




8 Register of vendors 




subdivided hke 611 




9 Auction sales 




Books, using the figures 


63 


Donations 




after 61) 


631 


Acknowledgment 


62 


Purchase 


6315 


Accepted. Donation book 


6203 


Prices, nett book question 




(A 1 offers go in 631 or 


621 


Order book 




6315, not under the 




(This is for books and 




heads below) 




other material classed 


632 


Requests for donations 




in 62. General order 


633 


Books 




book is 515) 


6332 


Works in progress 


622 


New books 


6333 


Annuals. Continuations 


623 


Secondhand books 


634 


Newspapers and magazines 


624 


Newspapers and magazines 




Check list 


625 


Pictures and photographs 


635 


Pictures and photographs 


626 


Books for the blind 


637 


Books for the blind 


627 


Lantern slides 


638 


Lantern slides 


628 


Manuscripts 


64 


Book processes 




Subdivisions for use under 


641 


Collating 




above numbers (621 is 


642 


Allocation to departments 




not divided) : — 




and libraries 




I On order 


643 


Sizing 




(For records of 


644 


Cutting 




material on order 


645 


Stamping 




other than order 


646 


Plating 




book, 621, e.g., 


647 


Tagging 




Card register of 


649 


Examination shelves 




secondhand 


65 


Stock 




books on order, 


651 


Stock books 




6231) 


652 


Additions catalogue, cur- 




15 On hire 




rent year 




(e.g., subscription 


6525 


Additions catalogue, prior 




to a circulating 




to current year 




library of books, 


653 


Ephemerae 




62215 ; of lan- 




(Not permanently pre- 




tern slides, 62715) 




served) 




2 Works in progress 


654- 


Reserve 




3 Annuals. Continua- 


655 


Exchange 




tions 


656 


Withdrawn. Worn out. 




4 Subscriptions 




Imperfect 




45 Replacements 


6562 


To be replaced 




5 Reports 


6565 


Not to be replaced 




(Other than offers) 


657 


Weeding out, examination 




55 lists of wanteds 




of topics on shelves 



51 



SUBJECT CLASSIFICATION. 



6575 


Books discarded 


6641 


6578 


Disposal of books, periodi- 


6642 




cals, etc., other than 


6643 




by sale and exchange 


6645 


658 


Missing 


665 


6585 


Missing, found 




659 


Statistics 


6651 


66 


Cataloguing 


6652 


6603 


Various forms compared. 


6653 




Dictionary v. classed. 


6654 




etc. 


6655 


6605 


Annotation. Evaluation 


6656 




(Pro and con. Discus- 


6658 




sion of general prin- 


666 




ciples) 




661 


Rules 




6611 


Author 


6661 


6612 


Subject 


6662 


6613 


Dictionary 


6663 


6614 


Annotations 


66635 


6615 


Pictures and photographs 


6664 


6616 


Music 


6665 


6617 


Reading lists 


6666 


6618 


Indexes 




6619 


Other special codes 


6667 


66191 


Manuscripts 


66675 


662 


Special records and memo- 


6668 




randa 


66685 


6621 


Author headings, adopted 


6669 




forms 


66699 


6622 


Dictionary headings, 


667 




adopted forms 


6671 


6624 


Abbreviations 


6672 


6625 


Check marks 


6673 


6626 


Cataloguing queries. Cor- 
respondence with au- 
thors, publishers, etc. 




6627 


Annotations, not incor- 
porated in catalogues 




6628 


Readers' annotations 


6674 


663 


Copy for printer 


6675 


6631 


Checked 


66756 


6632 


Revised 


66757 


6633 


Arranged 


66758 


6634 


Mounted 


66759 


6635 


Marked 


668 


6638 


Proof 


6681 


664 


Copy for MS. catalogues. 


6682 




Typed and written 


6683 




cards 





Checked 

Revised 

Arranged 

Inserted 
Cuttings from printed cata- 
logues. Printed cards 

Marked copy 

Cutting and mounting 

MS. additions 

Checked 

Revised 

Arranged 

Inserted 
Catalogues. Staff and public 
(Printed catalogues are 
81-84) 

Author or name 

Title 

Subject 

Subject index 

Dictionary 

Special catalogues 

Additions. Card or pla- 
card 

Guiding 

Coloured & special cards 

Instructions for use 

Temporary entries 

Under revision 

Statistics 
Reading lists 

In preparation 

On special subjects 

For special classes of 
people 
(Original copy and 
typed lists go in 
6672-3. Printed lists 
are 84) 

Suggestions for lists 
Picture bulletins 

Material 

Classified and arranged 

In preparation 

Collection of bulletins 
Fittings and supplies 

Cabinets 

Trays. Boxes 

Sheaf binders. Guard 
books 



INTRODUCTION. 



6684 Placards. Frames 

6685 " Drum " catalogues, e.g., 

Rudolph rotator 

6686 Cards. Card system 

6687 Guides 

6688 Slips 

6689 Other 

669 Co-operative cataloguing 

6695 Works of reference 

(This head is for reference 
to works useful in cata- 
loguing. It may also 
be used for the books 
themselves) 

67 Classification 
671 Tables 

673 Under consideration 

674 Decisions 

675 Book numbers 

677 .Records on tags and in 

books 

678 Statistics 

679 Works of reference 

(This head is for refer- 
ences to works useful 
in classifying. It may 
also be used for the 
books themselves) 

68 The Shelf 

681 Shelf registers 

682 Shelving, daily examina- 

tion, dusting 

683 Case and shelf labels 

684 Plans, classification keys 

687 Stocktaking, records at 

shelf 

688 Stocktaking, reports 

689 Filing 

6891 Material 
68915 Pamphlets 

6892 Broadsides. Sheets 
68925 News cuttings 

6893 Periodicals 
68935 Maps 

6894 Music 

6895 Prints 
68955 Lantern slides 

6896 Appliances 
68965 Mounts 



6897 

68975. 

6898 

68983 

68985 

68987 

6899 

68995 
69 
691 
69107 



6911 
6912 
6913 
6914 

6915 

6916 

6917 

6918 

6919 

692 

6921 

6922 

6923 

6924 

6925 

6926 

6927 

6928 

6929 

693 

694 

6945 

695 



6955 
696 



697 
698 

699 
6997 



Boxes 

Drawers. Cabinets 

Binders 

Portfolios 

Pigeon-holes 

Clips. Spikes 

Apron files. Shannon, 

etc. 
Vertical and similar files. 
Binding 

Covering materials 
Mode of preparation. 
Testing. Society of 
Arts' requirements 
Morocco 
Pigskin 
Roan 

Vellum. Parchment 
Other leathers 
Cloth 
Paper 
Boards 
End papers 
Treatment 
Slight repairs 
Special repairs 
Recasing 
Binding. Rebinding 

Binding from the sheets 
Map and plate mounting 
Magazine cases 
Lettering 

Preservatives. Cleaning 
Contracts. Specifications. 

Prices 
Binding book 

Binder's sheets or slips 
Binder's instructions 

(General standing in- 
structions) 
Imperfections. Missing 
parts. Binder's reports 
Binding of serials and con- 
tinuations. Register of 
particulars 
Rubbings. Sample volumes 
Use of colours. Colour re- 
gister 
Home binding 

Machinery and tools 



53 



SUBJECT CLASSIFICATION. 



Supplies 

(Except covering ma- 
terials 691) 
Lettering tools and sup- 
plies 

(Process is 6928) 
7 DEPARTMENTS 
71II Lending Library. Loan 
Lending v. reference 
Open access. Open v. 
closed shelves 
(General and loan. Access 
to reference shelves is 
7204) 
711 Charging 

71 103 Charging systems 

71104 Ledger 

71105 Cards. Slips 

71106 Indicator 



6998 



6999 



7102 
7104 



712 
7121 

7122 

7123 
7124 



7126 
7128 

7129 

713 

7131 

7132 



7133 



Issue 

Books in. Cards, in- 
dicator, ledger 
Restricted. 

" Starred " books 
Bespoken. Retained 
Stopped for examin- 
ation 
(? wrong classifica- 
tion, undesirable, 
etc.) 
Renewals 
Records. Checks. Call 

slips 
Classification of issues. 
Statistics. Issue sheets 
Return 
Books out 

Inter-library loans 
(These are loans 
within the library 
system, e.g., from 
central to branch 
or branch to 
branch) 
Inter-library dis- 
charges 
(These are books 
borrowed at one 
library and re- 
turned to another) 



71333 


Loans to other de- 




partments 




(e.g., Lending loan 




to reference dept. 




or cataloguing 




room) 


71335 


Special loans, e.g.. 




lectures, schools, 




other libraries 


71337 


Books in process 




loaned 


7134 


Reference books 




loaned 


7135 


Overdues. Fined 


7136 


Posted 


7137 


Damaged. Lost 


7138 


Defaulters. Personal 




application 


71385 


Reported to Town 




Clerk 


7139 


Infected. Returned to 




sanitary department 


714 


Errors. Queries. Tem- 




porary book cards. 




tickets 


715 


Enquiries. Suggestions. 




Complaints 




(This will take all en- 




quiries, suggestions and 




complaints as to man- 




agement, irrespective of 




department. En- 




quiries as to book 




guidance, etc., are 725) 


716 


Staff notice board 


717 


Fittings and suppHes 




(Indicators are 3852) 


7I7I 


Trays. Ledgers 


7172 


Guides 


7174 


Sorting trays 


7176 


Book cards. Indicator 




books 


7178 


Pockets 


718 


Registration 


7I8I 


Applications. Vouchers 


7I8II 


Burgess 


7I8I2 


Non- burgess 


7I8I3 


Deposit 


7I8I5 


Teachers' 


7I8I6 


Juvenile. School children 



54 



INTRODUCTION. 



71817 Non-resident : privileged, 

non-paying 

71818 Subscribers 

7182 Readers' tickets 

7182 1 Ordinary 

71822 Extra (non-fiction) 

71825 Music 

71826 Illustrations 

71827 Teachers' 

7183 Checking. Readers' num- 

bers 

7184 Tickets not issued. Ap- 

plications not in order. 
Queries 

7185 Expiry. Renewals 

7186 Members' register. Names 

7187 Numbers 
71875 Guarantors 

7188 Suspended. Black list 

7189 Statistics 

72 Reference Library 

7204 Open access (Reference 
only) 

721 Signature book 

722 Charging 

723 Issue 

7231 Application forms. 

Call slips 

7232 Service. Delivery 
7234 Home reading 

7237 Restricted, " starred " 

books 
7239 Statistics 

724 Return 

7241 Books in use 

7242 Discharge 

725 Enquiries. Information 

desk 
(This is for aU enquiries 
relating to books, re- 
quests for guidance, 
etc., whether coming 
through the lending or 
reference departments. 
All other enquiries are 

715) 

726 Staff notice board 

727 Shelf permits 

728 Copying 
7281 Notetaking 



7282 
7283 



7284 



7287 

7288 

729 

7291 

7292 

7295 
7296 

73 



7301 
7304 



732 
733 
735 



739 
74 



Copying extracts, MSS. 
Copying illustrations j 
(Not photographic pro- 
cesses, which are 
7287) 
Completing imperfect 

books. 
(e.g., supplying title 
pages, etc. This is 
copied matter ; com- 
pleting by obtaining 
printed matter from 
publishers, etc., is 656) 
Photography. Camera 
Accessories and supplies 
Reading and aids 
Personal guidance 
Use of reference books 
Courses of reading 
Choice of editions 
News and Magazine Rooms 
(Many matters bearing 
on newsroom manage- 
ment go elsewhere, 
thus, supervision is 
467 ; periodical check 
list is 6241 ; filing 
periodicals is 6893 ; 
furniture and fittings 
go in 386) 
Desirability 
Blacking out 

(Discussion of the ques- 
tion. Process is 733) 
Methods of arrangement 

and display 
Preparing newspapers and 
periodicals for tables 
Notice boards 

(The boards themselves 
and their looking after ; 
not the matter which 
goes on them. Covers 
all the notice boards in 
building) 
Statistics 
Library System. Branches 
(General and for the 
branch system as a 
whole. Individual 



55 



SUBJECT CLASSIFICATION. 



75 
76 



branches are indicated 
by letters, preceding 
or following any class 
number, e.g., T69 01 
69T Binding at Thorn- 
ton Heath branch) 
Children's libraries and read- 
ing rooms 
School libraries 

(Ordinary class numbers 
are used, preceded or 
followed by the letter 
abbreviation for school 
libraries, e.g., Sch62i 
Book Order - book, 
school libraries. This 
is general and for heads 
■peculiar to school li- 
braries) 
Other library departments 
Delivery stations 
Travelling libraries 
Museum 

(This is only for heads 
peculiar to museums) 
Art Gallery 

(This is only for heads 
peculiar to art galleries) 

8 PUBLICATIONS 

806 Free list 

807 Exchange list 

808 Stock 

809 Advertisements 

(Except in magazine, 
which are 889) 

81 Catalogues 

82 Author 

83 Dictionary 

84 Classified. Subject lists 

845 Pictures and photographs 

846 Books for the Blind 

847 Lantern slides 

848 Manuscripts 

85 Indicator keys. Shelf keys 

86 Rules. Handbooks 

87 Reports 



77 
771 
772 
78 



79 



88 Library magazine 

881 Next number 

(Catalogue copy is 663) 

882 Read. Edited. Arranged 

883 Proof 

884 Final proof. Make-up 

885 Author's corrections 

886 Copy on hand 

887 Departments., Special 

columns 

888 Subscribers 

889 Advertisements 

89 Other publications 

(The above numbers, 81- 
89 divided geographi- 
cally, will take the 
publications of other 
libraries) 
9 OTHER 

91 Library Associations 

911 International congresses 

912 Library Association 

913 Branch Associations 

914 Other British Associations 

915 British Colonial Associa- 

tions 

916 American Library Associa- 

tion 

917 American State Associa- 

tions 

918 Other American Associa- 

tions 

919 Other Associations 

92 Library Magazines. 

[i.e., professional journals) 

93 Societies and institutions 

(These will be meiinly 
societies to which the 
library subscribes. 

Lists of publications go 
in 61244. Here be- 
long reports, etc. Local 
societies are 22) 

94 Co-operative work 

(Co-operative cataloguing 
is 669) 



56 



CLASSIFICATION. 



,74 



Categorical Tables and Index. 

TABLE OF CATEGORIES, FORMS, ETC., FOR THE SUBDIVISION 

OF SUBJECTS. 






Generalia 




•34 


Ancient Geography 


00 


Catalogues. Lists 




•35 


Mediaeval — 


01 


Monarchs, Rulers 
Subdivisions for 


v/:^r\ ^"v-^ v-\ fr/^ 


•36 


Modern — 


02 


rearrange- 






ment 




•39 


Gazetteers 


I 


Bibliography 




.40 


Maps 


2 


Encyclopjedias, Dictionaries 


.41 


Biography, Necrology 


3 


Text-Books, Systematic 


•42 


Genealogy, Family History 


4 


— Popular(Noi] 


-scientific) 


•43 


Heraldry 


5 


Philosophy and Theories 


•44 


Crests 


6 


Societies 




•45 


Badges and Devices 


7 


Periodicals, Magazines, Re- 


.46 


Medals 




views 




•47 


Flags 


8 


Collections, Series 


(Poly- 


.48 


Peerages 




graphy), General 


•49 


Orders of Knighthood 


9 


— (Individual Authors) 


•50 


Epitaphs 


10 


History 




■51 


Portraits 


II 


Ancient History 




•52 


Directories 


12 


Christian Era 




•53 


Concordances 


13 


Mediaeval History 




•54 


Miscellanies, Extracts 


14 


Modern History 




•55 


Annuals, Year-Book? 


15 


Civil — 




•56 


Exhibitions, Shows 


16 


Church — 




•57 


Museums 


17 


Social — 




•58 


Specimens 


18 


Military — 




•59 


Prints,Pictures(Pictorial Side) 


.19 


Naval — 




.60 


Programmes, Playbills, etc. 


.20 


Battles 




.61 


Recipes 


.21 


Chronology 




.62 


Inventions, Origins 


.22 


Charters 




• 63 


Patents 


•23 


Calendars 




.64 


Trades 


.24 


Almanacks 




•65 


Education 


•25 


Diaries 




.66 


Methods of Teaching 


26 


Proclamations 




.67 


Lectures, Commentaries 


27 


Bulls 




.68 


Classes 


28 


Coronations 




.69 


Laboratory Work 


29 


Early races 




.70 


Methods of Study 


30 


Pageants 




•71 


Schools 


31 


Processions 




•72 


Colleges 


32 


Archaeology 




•73 


Universities 


33 


Geography 




•74 


Codes 



57 



.75 



CLASSIFICATION. 



.17$ 



.75 Curricula 

. 76 Terms 

. 77 Vacations 

. 78 Scholarships 

.79 Examinations 

. 80 Certificates, Diplomeis 

. 81 Teachers 

. 82 Professors 

. 83 Matriculation 

. 84 Graduation 

. 85 Degrees 

. 86 Discipline 

.87 Logic 

.88 Nomenclature, Terminology 

. 89 Classification 

. 90 Errors 

. 91 Mathematics 

. 92 Arithmetic 

. 93 Decimals 

. 94 Analysis 

. 95 Algebra 

. 96 Fractions 

. 97 Problems 

.98 Weights 

. 99 Measures 

. 100 Standardization 

. loi Statistics 

. 102 Tables 

.103 Records and Results 

.104 Bookkeeping (Accounts) 

.105 Cost Accounts 

. 106 Stock-keeping 

.107 Stock-taking and Valuation 

.108 Balance Sheets 

. 109 Auditing 

.110 Estimates 

.III Specifications 

. 112 Geometry 

.113 Calculus 

.114 Trigonometry 

.115 Mensuration 

.116 Fine Arts 

.117 Drawing 

.118 Painting 

.119 Caricatures 

. 120 Decoration 

.121 Design 

. 122 Enamelling 

. 123 Etching 

. 124 Engraving 



. 125 Lithography 

. 126 Photography 

.127 Optical Lantern 

. 128 Sculpture 

.129 Art Galleries 

. 130 Panoramas 

.131 Science 

. 132 Research 

. 133 Useful Arts, Technology 

.134 Physical science 

. 135 Physics 

. 136 Ether 

. 137 Atoms 

. 138 Solids 

. 139 Elasticity 

. 140 Torsion 

. 141 Plasticity 

. 142 Expansion 

..143 Contraction 

. 144 Cohesion 

. 145 Attraction 

. 146 Repulsion 

. 147 Radiation 

. 148 Dynamics 

. 149 Kinematics 

. 150 Statics 

.151 Force 

. 152 Equilibrium 

. 153 Kinetics 

. 154 Motions 

.155 Vibration 

. 156 Rotation 

.157 Centrifugal and Centripetal 

Force 

. 158 Work 

. 159 Gravity 

.160 Specific Gravity 

. 161 Energy 

. 162 Stabihty 

. 163 Rigidity 

. 164 Strength 

.165 Mechanical Engineering 

. 166 Mechanism 

. 167 Machinery, Tools, Implements 

.168 Tests and Testing 

.169 Civil Engineering 

.170 Roads 

. 171 Bridges 

. 172 Tunnels 

.173 Canals 



58 



.174 



CLASSIFICATION. 



.274 



. 174 Harbours 

. 175 Docks 

. 176 Breakwaters 

. 177 Piers 

. 178 Sanitation 

. 179 Drainage 

. 180 Sewage 

. 181 Nuisances 

. 182 Streets 

. 183 Architecture 

. 184 Planning 

.185 Building Construction 

. 186 Towers 

. 187 Palaces 

.188 Mansions, Houses 

.189 Market Crosses 

. 190 Railways 

.191 Vehicles 

. 192 Transport 

. 193 Communication 

. 194 Travelling 

.195 Post Office 

. 196 Indicators 

. 197 Shipbuilding 

. 198 Ships 

. 199 Boats 

.200 Marine Engineering 

.201 Seamanship, Navigation 

. 202 Sea-marks 

.203 Lighthouses 

. 204 Lightships 

. 205 Life-boats 

.206 Diving 

. 207 Shipping 

. Z08 Ferries 

. 209 Passengers 

. 210 Quarantine 

.211 Shipwrecks 

.212 Piracy 

.213 SaUors 

.214 Navy 

.215 Army 

.216 ArtUlery 

.217 Infantry 

.218 Cavalry 

.219 Weapons, Arms 

.220 Armour 

.221 Drill 

.222 Warfare 

.223 Strategy 



224 Tactics 

225 Fortifications, Castles 

226 Electricity 

227 Electrolysis 

228 Magnetism 

229 Electrical Engineering 

230 Light 

231 Interference and Diffraction 

232 Reflection 

233 Refraction 

234 Phosphorescence 

235 Polarization 

236 Spectrum Analysis 

237 Colour 

238 Microscopy 

239 Heat 

240 Combustion 

241 Flame 

242 Incandescence 

243 Smoke 

244 Fire 

245 Fire Brigades 

246 Temperatures 

247 Cold 

248 Steam 

249 Hydrostatics 

250 Water 

251 Water Works 

252 Fountains 

253 Wells 

254 Hydraulics 

255 Pneumatics 

256 Aerial Engineering 

257 Acoustics 

258 Tone 

259 Pitch 

260 Music 

261 Scales 

263 Melody 

264 Harmony 

265 Forms 

266 Dances 

267 Songs 

268 Ballads 

269 Operas 

270 Oratorios 

271 Ballets 

272 Concerts 

273 Astronomy 

274 Cosmography 



59 



.275 



CLASSIFICATION. 



.374 



. 275 Orbits 

, 276 Perturbations 

. 277 Satellites 

. 278 Transits 

- 279 Occultations 
. 280 Eclipses 

, 28 1 Observations 

. 282 Observatories 

. 283 Astrology 

,284 Physiography, Scenery 

. 285 Geodesy 

. 286 Surveying 

, 287 Cartography 

.288 Seasons 

, 289 Months 

- 290 Weeks 
,291 Days 
.292 Continents 
. 293 Islands 

,294 Mountains (Orology) 

. 295 - Plains 

. 296 Deserts 

. 297 Caves 

, 298 Hydrography 

.299 Oceans, Seas 

. 300 Currents 

. 301 Tides 

,302 Lakes 

.303 Rivers 

.304 Meteorology 

- 305 Atmosphere 
.306 Clouds 

, 307 Storms 

. 308 Floods 

. 309 Wind 

.310 Climate 

.311 Weather 

.312 Horology 

-313 Time 

. 314 Hour 

. 315 Minutes 

.316 Seconds 

. 317 Geology 

.318 Archaean 

.319 Palaeozoic 

. 320 Mesozoic 

.321 Caenozoic 

. 322 Pleistocene 

. 323 Rocks 

. 324 Crystallography 



. 325 Mineralogy 

. 326 Metals 

. 327 Fuels 

. 328 Metallurgy 

. 329 Smelting 

. 330 Ores 

. 331 Refining 

.332 Electro-Metallurgy 

.333 Assaying 

. 334 Amalgams 

■335 Alloys 

.336 Mining 

■ 337 Quarrying 

.338 Casting and Founding 

. 339 Moulding 

. 340 Hardening 

. 341 AnneaUng 

. 342 Welding 

.343 Swaging 

. 344 Soldering 

.345 Gilding 

.346 Corrosion, Rust 

.347 Forging 

. 348 Chemistry 

. 349 Alchemy 

.350 Periodic Law 

.351 Solubility 

. 352 Fusion 

• 353 Solidification 

• 354 Vaporization 

■ 355 Condensation 
. 356 Filtration 

• 357 AUotrophy 
. 358 Isomerism 

• 359 Gas 
. 360 OUs 
.361 Colours 

. 362 Adulterations 

.363 Brewing 

. 364 Breweries 

. 365 Distilling 

. 366 Distilleries 

. 367 Dyeing 

. 368 Bleaching 

. 369 Pottery 

. 370 Glass 

.371 Biology 

.372 Cytology 

• 373 Protoplasm 
. 374 Evolution 



60 



.375 



CLASSIFICATION. 



.474 



375 Development 


■425 


Abiogenesis 


376 Growth 


.426 


Alternation of Generation 


377 Ontogeny 


.427 


Copulation 


378 Natural Selection 


.428 


Sex 


379 Species 


.429 


Embryology 


380 Ecology 


•430 


Propagation 


381 Heredity 


•431 


Cultivation 


382 Atavism 


•432 


Hybridization 


383 Variation 


■433 


Phylogeny 


. 384 Anatomy 


•434 


Habits 


. 385 Osteology 


•43.5 


Instinct 


. 386 Craniology 


•436 


Protection 


. 387 Dissection 


•437 


Coloration 


. 388 Physiology 


•438 


Distribution 


. 389 Circulation 


•439 


Acclimatization 


. 390 Respiration 


.440 


Palaeontology 


. 391 Transpiration 


.441 


Botany 


.392 Nervous System 


.442 


Seeds 


• 393 Nutrition 


•443 


Sporangia 


.394 Digestion 


•444 


Roots 


.395 Hunger 


•445 


Thallus 


.396 Thirst 


.446 


Shoots 


. 397 Absorption 


•447 


Branches 


. 398 Secretion 


.448 


Stems 


. 399 Excretion 


•449 


Bark 


.400 Pigmentation 


• 450 


Leaves 


.401 Animal Heat 


•451 


Fertilization 


. 402 Periodicity 


• 452 


Pollination 


.403 Sleep 


•453 


Inflorescence 


. 404 Hibernation 


•454 


Flowers 


.405 Movements 


•455 


Perianth 


.406 Locomotion 


•456 


Androecium 


.407 Walking 


• 457 


Gynoeceum 


. 408 Flying 


• 458 


Irritability 


.409 Swimming 


•459 


Fruit 


.410 Migration 


.460 


Botanic Gardens 


.411 Organography 


.461 


Herbaria 


.412 Morphology 


.462 


Palaeo-Botany 


.413 Histology 


• 463 


Cryptogams 


.414 Metabolism 


.464 


Bacteria 


. 415 Pathology 


• 465 


Fermentation 


. 416 Etiology 


.466 


Yeast 


.417 Teratology 


.467 


Bacteriology 


.418 Abnormalities 


.468 


Algae (Seaweeds) 


.419 Degeneration 


.469 


Fungi 


. 420 Putrefaction 


.470 


Mosses 


.421 Death 


•471 


Ferns 


.422 Longevity 


.472 


Phanerogamia 


.423 Reproduction 


•473 


Gymnospermae 


.424 Parthogenesis 


•474 


Angiospermas 



61 



.475 



CLASSIFICATIOm 



.574 



.475 Zoology 

-476 Animals 

.477 Vivisection 

,478 Menageries 

.479 Zoological Gardens 

.480 Palaeo-Zoology 

.481 Protozoa 

-482 Metazoa 

.483 Platyhelminthes 

.484 Rotifera 

-485 Echinoderma 

.486 Mollusca 

.487 Arthropoda 

. 488 Insecta 

.489 Chordata 

. 490 Vertebrata 

,491 Pisces (Fishes), Ichthyology 

.492 Aquaria 

.493 ReptUia 

.494 Aves (Ornithology) 

.495 Mammalia 

.496 Ethnology 

-497 Ethnography 

.498 Anthropometry 

.. 499 Aborigines 

. 500 Genius 

-501 National Character 

.502 Civilization 

. 503 Love 

- 504 Marriage 

■ 505 Women 

. 506 Children 

.507 Diseases 

. 508 Diagnosis 

.. 509 Palpation 

.510 Pulse 

.511 Auscultation 

.512 Rigors 

,513 Hypertrophy 

,514 (Edema 

,515 Atrophy 

,516 Abscesses 

.517 Haemorrhage 

.518 Gangrene 

.519 Suppuration 

. 520 Cough 

. 521 Sputum 

. 522 Prognosis 

. 523 Clinics 

^ 524 Inflammation 



•525 


Infection 


.526 


Contagion 


•527 


Immunity 


.528 


Hermaphrodites 


• 529 


Euthanasia 


■530 


Debihty 


•531 


Autopsy 


•532 


Materia Medica 


•533 


Pharmacy 


•534 


Medicines and Drugs 


•535 


Toxicology 


•536 


Therapeutics 


•537 


Balneology 


■538 


Hydropathy 


•539 


Massage 


•540 


Convalescence 


•541 


Medicine 


•542 


Doctors 


•543 


Quackery 


•544 


Surgery 


•545 


Amputation 


•546 


Excision 


•547 


Tapping 


•548 


Cautery 


■549 


Phlebotomy 


■550 


Dressings 


•551 


Bandages 


•552 


Splints 


•553 


Trusses 


•554 


Orthopaedic Surgery 


•555 


Surgeons 


•556 


Ambulance 


•557 


Hospitals, Infirmaries 


•558 


Asylums 


• 559 


Nursing 


.560 


Nurses 


.561 


Hygiene 


.562 


Public health 


• 563 


Burial 


•564 


Inquests 


•565 


Tombs 


• 566 


Funerals 


•567 


Cemeteries 


• 568 


Undertakers 


•569 


Physical Training 


•570 


Athletics 


•571 


Ambidextry 


•572 


Gymnastics 


•573 


Calisthenics 


•574 


Mountaineering 



62 



.575 



CLASSIFICATION. 



.674 



• 575 Acrobatics 
. 576 Games 
.577 Field Sports 
.578 Races 

•579 Hunting and Hunts 

. 580 Tournaments 

. 581 Amusements 

.582 Dancing 

.583 Conversazione 

. 584 Agriculture 

.585 Soils 

. 586 Crops 

.587 Live Stock 

.588 Dairy Farming 

.589 Veterinary Medicine 

.590 Mills and Milling 

.591 Gardening, Horticulture 

. 592 Gardens 

.593 Parks 

• 594 Conservatories 
.595 Forestry 

. 596 Forests 

• 597 Timber 

.598 Woodworking 

.599 Furniture 

.600 Textile Manufactures 

. 601 Clothing 

. 602 Costume 

. 603 Fisheries 

. 604 Foods 

. 605 Drinks 

. 606 Gastronomy 

.607 Domestic Economy 

.608 Hotels 

. 609 Clubs 

. 610 Metaphysics 

. 611 Knowledge 

. 612 Opinion 

. 613 Esthetics 

. 614 Beauty 

. 615 Fashion 

. 616 Convention 

. 617 Style 

. 618 Classicism 

. 619 Romanticism 

. 620 Naturalism 

. 621 Picturesque 

. 622 Realism 

. 623 Impressionism 

. 624 Vulgarity 



. 625 Commonplace 

. 626 Psychology 

. 627 Thought 

. 628 Memory 

. 629 Imagination 

. 630 Emotions 

. 631 Sentiments 

. 632 Ethics 

. 633 Etiquette 

. 634 Passions 

■ 635 Vices 

. 636 Virtues 

. 637 Theology 

. 638 Gods 

. 639 Apologetics 

. 640 Salvation 

.641 Faith 

. 642 Sin 

. 643 Predestination 

. 644 Eschatology 

. 645 Heaven 

. 646 Angels 

. 647 Rewards 

. 648 Purgatories 

.649 Hell 

.650 Devils 

.651 Punishments 

.652 Religion 

.653 Mythology 

. 654 Folk-Lore 

. 655 Prophecies 

. 656 Forecasts 

.657 Occult Science 

.658 Psychical Research 

.659 Church Doctrines, etc. 

.660 Sacred Books 

. 661 Doctrines 

. 662 Creeds 

. 663 Catechisms 

.664 Confessions of Faith 

.665 Articles of Faith 

.666 Ritual 

.667 Church Service 

.668 PubHc Worship 

. 669 Sacraments 

. 670 Baptisms 

. 671 Eucharist 

. 672 Mass 

. 673 Missals 

. 674 Communion 



63 



.675 



CLASSIFICATION. 



.Ill 



675 Confirmation 

676 Church Membership 

677 Penance 

678 Pilgrimages 

679 Pilgrims 

680 Confession 

681 Absolution 

682 Indulgences 

683 Extreme Unction 

684 Excommunication 

685 Liturgies 

686 Breviaries 

687 Horae 

688 Graces 

689 Hymnology 

690 Psalmody 

691 Chants 

692 Homiletics 

693 Sermons, Addresses, Charges, 

Discourses 

696 Fasts 

697 Festivals 

699 Sabbath 

700 Church Government 

701 Canon Law 

702 Councils 

703 Synods 

704 Presbyteries 

705 Conventions 

706 Sees 

707 Dioceses 

708 Congregations 

709 Endowments 

710 Tithes 

711 Glebes 

712 Cathedrals 

713 Churches 

714 Chapels 

715 Temples 

716 Synagogues 

717 Mosques 

718 Monasteries 

719 Abbeys 

720 Priories 

721 Convents 

722 Consecration 

723 Dedication 

724 Church Work 

725 Revivals 

726 Evangelistic Work 



.727 Sunday Schools 

.728 Bible Classes 

.729 Prayer Meetings 

. 730 Proselytism 

. 731 Missions 

. 732 Priesthood 

■733 Clerical Office 

■734 Clerical Orders 

■ 735 Sacerdotalism 

. 736 Benefices 

. 737 Patronage 

. 738 Simony 

. 739 Stipends 

. 740 Ordination 

. 741 Ministers 

. 742 Churchwardens 

. 743 Ecclesiology 

. 744 Vestments 

■745 Symbols and Emblems 

. 746 Sects 

.747 Social Science 

. 748 Customs 

.749 Nationality 

. 750 Population 

.751 Births 

.752 Deaths 

• 753 Marriages 

■754 Vital Statistics 

.755 Poor 

. 756 Charities 

. 757 Emigration 

. 758 Immigration 

. 759 Colonization 

. 760 Economics 

. 761 , Labour 

. 762 Factories 

. 763 Professions 

. 764 Occupations 

. 765 Organization 

. 766 Committees 

. 767 Administration, Methods, 

Systems 

. 768 Officers 

.769 Staff 

.770 Salaries, Wages, Fees 

. 771 Rules 

. 772 Inspection 

. 773 Slavery 

.774 Trade Unions 

. 775 Co-operation 



64 



.776 



CLASSIFICATION. 



.875 



.776 Friendly Societies 

. 777 Government 

. 778 Monarchy 

. 779 Courts 

.780 State Control 

. 781 Elections 

.782 Constitution of State 

. 783 Procedure 

.784 Debates 

.785 Acts 

. 786 Reports 

. 787 Parliament 

.788 Civil Service 

.789 Local Administration 

. 790 Provinces 

. 791 Departments 

. 792 Counties 

. 793 Parishes 

. 794 Vestries 

■ 795 Wapentakes 

. 796 Hundreds 

.797 Rural Districts 

. 798 Cities 

.799 County Boroughs 

. 800 Towns 

.801 Urban Districts 

. 802 Townships 

. 803 Villages 

.804 Politics, Political Parties 

. 805 Mayors 

. 806 Aldermen 

. 807 Councillors 

.808 Town Clerks 

. 809 Revolutions 

. 810 Conspiracies 

. 811 Law 

. 812 Equity 

.813 Lords Lieutenants 

. 814 Judges 

.815 Sheriffs 

.816 Justices of the Peace 

. 817 Magistrates 

.818 Lawyers 

. 819 Trials 

. 820 Crimes 

. 821 Ambassadors 

. 822 Consuls 

. 823 Alliances 

. 824 Treaties 

. 825 Police 



. 826 Prisons 

. 827 Reformatories 

.828 Petitions 

. 829 Contracts 

. 830 Property 

.831 Land 

. 832 Manors 

. 833 Allotments 

. 834 Tenures 

.835 Wills 

.836 Membership Cards 

. 837 Tickets 

.838 Legacies, Bequests 

. 839 Commerce 

. 840 Trade 

. 841 Fairs 

. 842 Markets 

. 843 Prices 

. 844 Guilds 

. 845 Companies 

. 846 Shops 

. 847 Advertising 

.848 Posters 

.849 Handbills 

.850 Prospectuses, Syllabuses 

.851 Show Cards 

.852 Trade Marks 

.853 Trade Labels 

. 854 Money 

.855 Mints 

.856 Numismatics, Coins 

. 857 Finance 

. 858 Investments 

.859 Taxation 

. 860 Tariffs 

. 861 Bounties 

. 862 Speculation 

. 863 Lotteries 

. 864 Banks 

. 865 Loans 

. 866 Insurance 

. 867 Language 

. 868 Phonology 

. 869 Alphabets 

. 870 Vowels 

. 871 Consonants 

. 872 Transliteration 

. 873 Abbreviations 

. 874 Punctuation 

. 875 Pronunciation 



65 



.876 



CLASSIFICATION. 



.975 



876 


Spelling 


.926 


Archives 


877 


Grammar 


.927 


Writing 


878 


Accidence 


.928 


Autographs 


879 


Inflection 


.929 


Manuscripts 


880 


Parsing 


•930 


Inscriptions 


881 


Syntax 


•931 


Cryptography 


882 


Adjectives 


■932 


Shorthand 


883 


Adverbs 


•933 


Books 


884 


Articles 


■934 


Printing 


885 


Conjunctions 


•935 


Paper 


886 


Interjections 


• 936 


Ink 


887 


Nouns 


•937 


Bookbinding 


888 


Particles 


■938 


Pubhshing 


889 


Prepositions 


•939 


Bookselling 


890 


Pronouns 


.940 


Libraries 


891 


Verbs 


.941 


Fiction 


892 


Reading 


•942 


Fables 


893 


Composition 


•943 


Allegories 


894 


Conversation, Errors of speech 


•944 


Poetry 


895 


Vulgarisms 


•945 


Satire 


896 


Dictation 


.946 


Anthologies 


897 


Lexicography, Dictionaries of 


•947 


Epigrams 


898 


Polyglots [Language 


.948 


Parodies 


899 


Idioms 


•949 


Drama 


900 


Dialects 


• 950 


Dialogues, Disputations 


901 


Slang, Argot 


• 951 


Theatres 


902 


Neology 


•952 


Music Halls 


903 


Etymology 


•953 


Circuses 


904 


Prefixes 


• 954 


Essays, Theses 


905 


Suffixes 


•955 


Albums, Scrap Books 


906 


Synonyms 


•956 


Anecdotes 


907 


Homonyms 


•957 


Ana 


908 


Antonyms 


•958 


Facetiae 


909 


Names 


•959 


Maxims 


910 


Surnames 


.960 


Mottoes 


911 


Christian Names 


.961 


Humour 


912 


Nicknames 


.962 


Jests 


913 


Place Names 


•963 


Proverbs 


914 


Chrestomathies 


.964 


Quotations 


915 


Literature 


•965 


Broadsides, Leaflets 


916 


Anonyma 


.966 


Tracts, Pamphlets 


917 


Pseudonyma 


.967 


Selection, Choice 


918 


Journalism 


.968 


Correspondence, Letters 


919 


Criticism 


.969 


Prosody, Versification 


920 


Rhetoric 


.970 


Renaissance 


921 


Oratory 


.971 


Reformation 


922 


Copyright 


.972 


North 


923 


Indexes 


•973 


East 


924 


Paleography 


•974 


South 


925 


Diplomatics 


•975 


West 



66 



Abb-Anc 


CLASSIFICATION. 


Anc-Ato 


INDEX 


TO CATEGORICAL TABLES. 




Abbeys 


.719 


Ancient History 


.11 


Abbreviations 


■873 


Andrcecium 


• 456 


Abiogenesis 


•425 


Anecdotes 


• 956 


Abnormalities 


.418 


Angels 


.646 


Aborigines 


.29 


Angiospermae 


•474 


Abscesses 


.516 


Animal Heat 


.401 


Absolution 


.681 


Animals 


.476 


Absorption 


•397 


Annals 


.21 


Academies 


•71 


AnneaUng 


• -341 


Accidence 


.878 


Annuals 


•55 


Acclimatization 


•439 


Anonyma 


.916 


Accounts 


.104 


Anthologies 


.946 


Acoustics 


•257 


Anthropology 


.496 


Acrobatics 


•575 


Anthropometry 


.498 


Acts 


• 785 


Antiquities 


• 32 


Addresses 


• 693 


Antonyms 


.908 


Adjectives 


.882 


Apologetics 


• 639 


Administration 


.767 


Apparatus 


.167 


Adulteration 


.362 


Aquaria 


.492 


Adverbs 


• 883 


Archffian 


• 318 


Advertising 


.847 


Archaeology 


• 32 


^dema 


•514 


Architecture 


.183 


Aerial Engineering 


.256 


Archives 


.926 


^Esthetics 


• 613 


Argot 


.901 


Agriculture 


•584 


Arithmetic 


. .92 


Albums 


• 955 


Armorials 


•43 


Alchemy 


•349 


Armour 


.220 


Aldermen 


.806 


Arms 


.219 


Algae 


.468 


Army 


.215 


Algebra 


•95 


Art 


.116 


Allegories 


•943 


Art Galleries 


.129 


Alliances 


.823 


Arthropoda 


■487 


Allotments 


•833 


Article 


.884 


Allotrophy 


•357 


Articles of Faith 


• 665 


Alloys 


■335 


Artillery 


.216 


Almanacs 


■24 


Arts, Fine 


.116 


Alphabets 


.869 


— Useful 


• 133 


Alternation of Generation .426 


Asexual reproduction 


• 423 


Amalgams 


•334 


Assaying 


• 333 


Ambassadors 


.821 


Associations 


.6 


Ambidextry 


•571 


Astrology 


• 283 


Ambulance 


•556 


Astronomy 


• 273 


Amputation 


• 545 


Asylums 


•558 


Amusements 


.581 


Atavism 


.382 


Ana 


• 957 


Athletics 


•570 


Analysis 


.94 


Atlases 


.40 


Anatomy 


• 384 


Atmosphere 


.305 


Ancient Geography 


•34 


Atoms 


•137 



67 



Atr-Bri 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Bro-Chu 



Atrophy 


515 


Broadsides 


Attraction 


145 


Buildings 


Auditing 


109 


Bulls, Papal 


Auricular Confession 


680 


Burghs 


Auscultation 


511 


Burial 


Autographs 


928 


Bye-Laws 


Autopsy 


531 


Csenozoic 


Aves 


494 


Calculus 


Bacteria 


464 


Calendars 


Bacteriology 


467 


Calisthenics 


Badges and Devices 


45 


Canals 


Balance Sheets 


108 


Canon Law 


Ballads 


268 


Caricatures 


Ballets 


.271 


Cartography 


Balneology 


•537 


Casting 


Bandages 


■551 


Castles 


Banks 


.864 


Catalogues 


Baptism 


.670 


Catechisms 


Bark 


•449 


Cathedrals 


Baths 


•537 


Cautery 


Battles 


.20 


Cavalry 


Beauty 


.614 


Caves 


Beliefs 


.652 


Cells 


Benefices 


•736 


Cemeteries 


Bequests 


.838 


Centrifugal 


Bible Classes 


.728 


Centripetal 


Bibliography 


.1 


Ceramics 


Biography 


•41 


Certificates 


Biology 


■37^ 


Chants 


Birds 


•494 


Chapels 


Births 


751 


Charges 


Blanks 


26.^ 


Charities 


Bleaching 


368 


Charters 


Boats 


199 


Charts 


Bookbinding 


937 


Chemistry 


Bookkeeping 


104 


Children 


Books 


933 


Chivalry 


Bookselhng 


939 


Choice 


Boroughs, County 


799 


Chordata 


— Municipal 


800 


Chrestomathies 


Botanic Gardens 


460 


Christian Era 


Botany 


.441 


Christian Names 


Bounties 


861 


Chronology 


Branches 


447 


Churches 


Breakwaters 


176 


Church Doctrine 


Breeding 


•423 


— Government 


Breviaries 


.686 


— History 


Breweries 


•364 


— Membership 


Brewing 


363 


— Service 


Bridges 


171 


— Wardens 



68 



Chu-Con 


CLASSIFICATION. 


Con-Dan 


Church Work 


.724 


Conjunctions 


.885 


Circulation 


•389 


Consecration 


.722 


Circuses 


•953 


Conservatories 


•594 


Cities 


.798 


Consonants 


.871 


Civil Engineering 


.169 


Conspiracies 


.810 


Civil History 


■15 


Constitution 


.782 


Civilization 


.502 


Consuls 


.822 


Civil Service 


.788 


Contagion 


• 526 


Classes 


.68 


Continents 


.292 


Classicism 


.618 


Contraction 


• 143 


Classification 


.89 


Contracts 


.829 


Clergy 


.741 


Convalescence 


•540 


Clerical Office 


•733 


Convention 


.616 


Clerical Orders 


•734 


Conventions 


•705 


Climate 


.310 


Convents 


.721 


Clinics 


■523 


Conversation 


.894 


Clothing 


.601 


Conversazione 


.583 


Clouds 


.306 


Co-operation 


•775 


Clubs 


.609 


Copulation 


.427 


Codes 


•74 


Copyright 


.922 


Cohesion 


.144 


Coronations 


.28 


Coinage 


.856 


Correspondence 


.968 


Cold 


.247 


Corrosion 


• 346 


Collections, General 


.8 


Cosmography 


.274 


— Individual 


•9 


Cost Accounts 


• 105 


Colleges 


.72 


Costume 


.602 


Colonies 


•759 


Cough 


.520 


Colonization 


•759 


Councillors 


.807 


Coloration 


•437 


Councils 


.702 


Colour 


•237 


Counties 


.792 


Colours 


.361 


Courts 


•779 


Combustion 


.240 


Craniology 


• 386 


Commentaries 


•67 


Creeds 


.662 


Commerce 


• 839 


Crests 


•44 


Committees 


.766 


Cresthomathies 


.914 


Commonplace 


• 625 


Crimes 


.820 


Communication 


■ 193 


Criticism 


.919 


Communion 


.674 


Crops 


• 586 


Companies 


•845 


Crosses 


.189 


Compendiums 


■ 3 


Cryptogams 


• 463 


Composition 


• 893 


Cryptography 


• 931 


Concerts 


.272 


Crystallography 


■324 


Concordances 


•53 


Cultivation 


•431 


Condensation 


•355 


Currents 


.300 


Conferences 


.702 


Curricula 


•75„ 


Confession 


.680 


Customs 


.748 


Confession of Faith 


.664 


Cyclopaedias 


.2 


Confirmation 


• 675 


Cytology J 


• 372 


Congregations 


.708 


Dairies 


,588 


Congresses 


.702 


Dances 


.266 



69 



Dan-Dri 


CLASSIFICATION. On- 


Dancing 


.582 


Drinks 


Days 


.291 


Drugs 


Death 


.421 


Dues 


Deaths 


•752 


Dyeing 


Debates 


.784 


Dynamics 


Debihty 


•530 


Early Races 


Decimals 


•93 


East 


Decoration 


.120 


Ecclesiology 


Dedication 


•723 


Echinoderma 


Degeneration 


.419 


Eclipses 


Degrees 


.85 


Ecology 


Departments 


.791 


Economics 


Deserts 


.296 


Education 


Design 


.121 


Elasticity 


Development 


•375 


Elections 


Devils 


.650 


Electrical Engineering 


Diagnosis 


.508 


Electricity 


Dialects 


.900 


Electrolysis 


Dialogues 


• 950 


Electrolytics 


Diaries 


•25 


Electro-Metallurgy 


Dictation 


.896 


Elements 


Dictionaries, General 


.2 


Emblems 


— Language 


•897 


Embryology 


Diffraction 


.231 


Emigration 


Digestion 


•394 


Emotions 


Digests 


•3 


Enamelling 


Dignities 


•43 


Encyclopedias 


Dioceses 


.707 


Endowments 


Diplomas 


.80 


Energy 


Diplomatics 


•925 


Engineering 


Directories 


•52 


Engraving 


Discipline 


.86 


Entomology 


Discourses 


• 693 


Environment 


Diseases 


•507 


Ephemera 


Disputations 


• 693 


Epigrams 


Dissection 


•387 


Epitaphs 


Distilleries 


.366 


Epitomes 


Distilling 


•365 


Equilibrium 


Distribution 


.438 


Equity 


Diving 


.206 


Errors 


Docks 


•175 


Errors of Speech 


Doctors 


■542^ 


Eschatology 


Doctrine 


.66? 


Essays 


Domestic Economy 


.607 


Estimates 


Drainage 


.179 


Etching 


Drama 


•949 


Ether 


Drawing 


.117 


Ethics 


Dress 


.602 


Ethnography 


Dressings 


•550 


Ethnology 


Drill 


.221 


— Pre-historic 



70 



Eti-Fol Cj 


LASSIFI 


CATION. Foo- 


Gro 


Etiology 


.416 


Foods 


604 


Etiquette 


.633 


Force 


151 


Etymology- 


•903 


Forecasts 


656 


Eucharist 


.671 


Forestry 


595 


Euphemisms 


.902 


Forests 


596 


Euthanasia 


•529 


Forging 


347 


Evangelism 


.726 


Forms 


265 


Evidences (Theological) 


•639 


Fortifications 


225 


Evolution 


■374 


Founding 


338 


Examinations 


•79 


Fountains 


252 


Excisions 


• 546 


Fractions 


96 


Excommunication 


.684 


Friendly Societies 


776 


Excretion 


•399 


Fruit 


459 


Exhibitions 


•56 


Fuels 


327 


Expansion 


.142 


Funerals 


566 


Extracts 


•54 


Fungi 


469 


Extreme Unction 


.683 


Furniture 


599 


Fables 


.942 


Fusion 


352 


Facetiae 


•958 


Future State 


644 


Factories 


.762 


Galleries 


129 


Fairs 


.841 


Games 


576 


Faith 


.641 


Gangrene 


518 


Fallacies 


.90 


Gardening 


591 


Family History 


.42 


Gardens 


592 


Farming 


•584 


Gas 


359 


Fashion 


.615 


Gastronomy 


606 


Fasts 


.696 


Gazetteers 


39 


Fauna 


•475 


Genealogy 


42 


Fees 


.770 


General 





Fermentation 


.465 


Genius 


500 


Ferns 


.471 


Geodesy 


285 


Ferries 


.208 


Geographical Distribution 


438 


Fertilization 


•451 


Geography 


33 


Festivals 


.697 


— Ancient 


34 


Fiction 


.941 


— Mediaeval 


35 


Field Sports 


■577 


— Modern 


36 


Filtration 


.356 


Geology 


317 


Finance 


• 857 


Geometry 


112 


Fine Arts 


.116 


Gilding 


345 


Fire 


.244 


Glass 


370 


Fire Brigades 


• 245 


Glebes 


.711 


Fisheries 


.603 


Gods 


.638 


Fishes 


.491 


Government 


■777 


Flags 


•47 


Governors 


.01 

zroo 


Flame 


.241 


Graces 


.688 


Floods 


.308 


Graduation 


■84 


Flora 


.441 


Grammar 


■877 


Flowers 


•454 


Gravity 


•15? 


Flying 


.408 


— Specific 


.i6c 


Folk Lore 


■ 654 


Growth 


.37^ 



71 



Gui-Hun CLASSIFICATION. Hun-Jou 


Guide Books 


38 


Hunting 


579 


Guides and Aids 


3 


Hunts 


579 


Guilds 


844 


Hybridization 


432 


Gymnasia 


572 


Hydraulics 


254 


Gymnastics 


572 


Hydrography 


298 


Gymnospermffi 


473 


Hydropathy 


538 


Gynoeceum 


457 


Hydrostatics 


249 


Habits 


434 


Hygiene 


561 


Haemorrhage 


517 


HjTnnology 


689 


Handbills 


849 


Hypertrophy 


513 


Handbooks 


3 


Ichthyology 


491 


Harbours 


174 


Idioms 


899 


Hardening 


340 


Imagination 


629 


Harmony 


264 


Immigration 


758 


Health, Public 


562 


Immunity 


527 


Heat, Animal 


401 


Implements 


167 


— Physical 


239 


Impressionism 


623 


Heavens 


645 


Incandescence 


242 


Hells 


649 


Indexing 


923 


Heraldry 


43 


Indicators 


196 


Herbaria 


461 


Indulgences 


682 


Heredity 


381 


Industries 


64 


Hermaphrodites 


528 


Infantry 


217 


Hibernation 


404 


Infection 


525 


Highways 


170 


Infirmaries 


557 


Histology 


413 


Inflammation 


524 


History 


.10 


Inflection 


879 


— Ancient 


.11 


Inflorescence 


453 


— Church 


.16 


Ink 


936 


— Civil 


•15 


Inquests 


564 


— Early 


.11 


Inscriptions 


930 


— Mediaeval 


•13 


Insecta 


488 


— Military 


.18 


Inspection 


772 


— Modern 


•14 


Instinct 


435 


— Naval 


19 


Institutions 


6 


— Social 


■17 


Instruments 


167 


Holidays 


77 


Insurance 


866 


Homiletics 


.692 


Interference 


231 


Homonyms 


907 


Interjections 


886 


Horse 


687 


Invasions 


18 


Horology 


.312 


Inventions 


62 


Horticulture 


591 


Investments 


858 


Hospitals 


557 


Irritability 


458 


Hotels 


.608 


Islands 


293 


Hour 


■314 


Isomerism 


358 


Hours of Labour 


.761 


Itineraries 


•38 


Houses 


.188 


Jails 


.826 


Humour 


.961 


Jests 


.962 


Hundreds 


.796 


Journalism 


.918 


Hunger 


•395 


Journals 


■7 



72 



Jud-Man 


CLASSIFICATION. Man- 


-Min 


Judges 


.814 


Mansions 


.188 


Jurisprudence 


.811 


Manuals 


.3 


Justices of the Peace 


.816 


Manufactures 


64 


Keramics 


■369 


Manuscripts 


929 


Kinematics 


.149 


Maps 


40 


Kinetics 


•153 


Marine Engineering 


200 


Knighthood 


•49 


Market Crosses 


189 


Knowledge 


.611 


Markets 


842 


Laboratory Work 


.69 


Marriage 


504 


Labour 


.761 


Marriages 


753 


Lakes 


.302 


Mass 


672 


Land 


.831 


Massage 


539 


Language 


.867 


Materia Medica 


532 


Law 


.811 


Mathematics 


91 


Lawyers 


.818 


Matriculation 


83 


Leaflets 


•965 


Maxims 


959 


Leaves 


•450 


Mayors 


803 


Lectures 


.67 


Measures 


99 


Legacies 


.838 


Mechanics 


148 


Letters 


.968 


Mechanism 


166 


Lexicography 


.897 


Medals 


46 


Lexicons 


.897 


Mediaeval History 


13 


Libraries 


•940 


Medical Science 


541 


Lifeboats 


.205 


Medicines 


534 


Light 


.230 


Melody 


263 


Lighthouses 


.203 


Membership Cards 


836 


Lightships 


.204 


Memory 


628 


Lists 


.00 


Menageries 


478 


Literature 


■ 915 


Mensuration 


115 


Lithography 


.125 


Mesozoic 


320 


Liturgies 


.685 


Metabolism 


414 


Live Stock 


.587 


Metallurgy 


328 


Loans 


.865 


Metals 


326 


Local Administration 


.789 


Metaphysics 


610 


Locomotion 


.406 


Metazoa 


482 


Logic 


.87 


Meteorology 


304 


Longevity 


.422 


Methodology 


89 


Lord Lieutenants 


.813 


Methods 


767 


Lotteries 


.863 


Metre 


969 


Love 


.503 


Microscopy 


238 


Machinery 


.167 


Migrations 


410 


Magazines 


• 7 


Military Art 


215 


Magic Lantern 


.127 


— History 


18 


Magistrates 


.817 


Mills 


590 


Magnetism 


.228 


Mineralogy 


325 


Malacology 


.486 


Mines 


336 


Mammalia 


•495 


Mining 


336 


Management 


.767 


Ministers 


741 


Manners 


.633 


Mints 


855 


Manors 


.832 


Minutes (Time) 


315 



73 



Min-Num CLAS 


SIFI 


CATION. 


Minutes (Meetings) 


786 


Nurses 


Miscellanies 


54 


Nursing 


Missals 


673 


Nutrition 


Missions 


731 


Obituaries 


Modern Geography 


36 


Observations 


— History 


14 


Observatories 


MoUusca 


486 


Occultations 


Monarchs 


01 


Occult Science 


Monarchy 


778 


Occupations 


Monasteries 


718 


Oceans 


Money 


854 


Officers 


Months 


289 


Oils 


Monuments 


128 


Ontogeny 


Morals 


632 


Operas 


Morphology 


412 


Opinion 


Mortification 


518 


Optical Lantern 


Mortuaries 


563 


Optics 


Mosques 


717 


Oratorios 


Mosses 


470 


Oratory 


Motions 


154 


Orbits 


Mottoes 


960 


Orders 


Moulding 


339 


Ordination 


Mountaineering 


574 


Ores 


Mountains 


294 


Organization 


Movements 


405 


Organography 


Municipal Government 


789 


Origins 


Museums 


57 


Ornament 


Music 


260 


Ornithology 


Music Halls 


952 


Orology 


Mythology 


653 


Orthopaedics 


Names 


909 


Osteology 


National Character 


501 


Outlines 


Nationality 


749 


Pageants 


Natural History 


■475 


Painting 


Naturalism 


.620 


Palaces 


Natural Selection 


• 378 


Palseobotany 


Naval Art 


.214 


Palaeography 


— History 


.19 


Paleeontology 


Navigation 


.201 


Palseozoic 


Navy 


.214 


Palaeozoology 


Necrology 


•752 


Palpation 


Neology 


.902 


Pamphlets 


Nervous System 


■ 392 


Panoramas 


Newspapers 


■7 


Paper 


Nicknames 


.912 


Paradises 


Nomenclature 


.88 


Parishes 


North 


•972 


Parks 


Nouns 


.887 


Parliament 


Nuisances 


.181 


Parodies 


Numismatics 


.856 


Parsing 



Nur-Pa 

.56( 
■55' 
■39; 
■75: 

.28: 
.28: 
.271 

■65; 
.76: 

.29( 

.76! 

■ 36( 
■37; 

.26t 

.61: 
.12; 
.23c 
.27c 

.92] 
.27; 

■49' 

.74( 
■33( 
.76; 
.41] 
.62 

.I2C 

■494 
.29^ 

■55^ 
■38; 
■3 
■30 

• Hi 

.18; 

.46: 
.92^ 

.44< 

■ 3ii 
.481 
.501 
.96; 
.131 
.93: 
.64; 
■79: 

■ 59: 
.78: 

• 94' 



74 



Par-Pla 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Ple-Pr» 



Parthogenesis 


424 


Pleistocene 


.322 


Particles 


888 


Pneumatics 


•255 


Parts of Speech 


877 


Poetry 


■944 


Passengers 


209 


Poisons 


•535 


Passions 


634 


Polarization 


•235 


Patents 


63 


Police 


.825 


Pathology 


415 


Politics 


.804 


Patronage 


737 


Pollination 


•452 


Pay 


770 


Polyglots 


.898 


Peerages 


48 


Polygraphy 


.8 


Penance 


677 


Poor 


•755 


Perambulations 


38 


Popular Treatment 


•4 


Perianth 


455 


Population 


•750' 


Periodicals 


7 


Portraits 


• 51 


Periodicity 


402 


Ports 


.174 


Periodic Law 


350 


Posters 


.848 


Perturbations 


276 


Post Office 


• 195 


Petitions 


828 


Pottery 


• 369 


Phanerogamia 


472 


Prayer Meetings 


.729 


Pharmacy 


533 


Prayers 


.685 


Philology 


867 


Preaching 


.692 


Philosophy 


5 


Predestination 


• 643 


Phlebotomy 


549 


Prefixes 


.904 


Phonology 


.868 


Prehistoric Ethnology 


•29 


Phosphorescence 


234 


Prepositions 


.889 


Photography 


126 


Presbyteries 


.704 


Phrase Books 


914 


Presidents 


.01 


Phylogeny 


•433 


Prices 


.843 


Physical Basis 


•131 


Priesthood 


• 732 


Physical Science 


•134 


Printing 


•934 


Physical Training 


■569 


Prints 


•59 


Physics 


135 


Priories 


.720 


Physiography 


.284 


Prisons 


.826 


Physiology 


.388 


Problems 


•97 


Pictorial Side 


•59 


Procedure 


• 783 


Picturesque 


.621 


Proceedings 


.786 


Piers 


.177 


Processions 


•31 


Pigmentation 


.400 


Proclamations 


.26 


Pilgrimages 


.678 


Professions 


• 763 


Pilgrims 


.679 


Professors 


.82 


Piracy 


.212 


Prognosis 


.522 


Pisces 


.491 


Programmes 


.60 


Pitch 


•259 


Promenades 


.170 


Place Names 


• 913 


Pronouns 


.890 


Plains 


• 295 


Pronunciation 


• 875 


Planning 


.184 


Propagation 


• 430 


Plasticity 


.141 


Property 


• 830 


Platyhelminthes 


• 483 


Prophecies 


• 655 


Playbills 


.60 


Proselytism 


• 730 


Plays 


•949 


Prosody 


.969 



75 



Pro-Rew CLASSIFICATION. 


Rhe-Ser 


Prospectuses 


850 


Rhetoric 


.920 


Protection 


436 


Rhythm 


.969 


Protoplasm 


373 


Rigidity 


.163 


Protozoa 


481 


Rigors 


• 512 


Proverbs 


963 


Ritual 


.666 


Provinces 


790 


Rivers 


■303 


Psalmody 


690 


Road Books 


-38 


Pseudonyma 


917 


Roads 


.170 


Psychical Research 


658 


Rocks 


•323 


Psychology 


626 


Romanticism 


.619 


Public Health 


562 


Roots 


•444 


Public Worship 


668 


Rotation 


.156 


Publishing 


938 


Rotifera 


.484 


Pulse 


510 


Routes 


■38 


Punctuation 


874 


Rulers 


.01 


Punishments 


651 


Rules 


.771 


Putrefaction 


420 


Rural Districts 


•797 


Purgatories 


648 


Rust 


•346 


Quackery 


543 


Sabbath 


.699 


Quarantine 


210 


Sacerdotalism 


•735 


Quarries 


337 


Sacraments 


.669 


Quotations 


964 


Sacred Books 


.660 


Races 


578 


Sailors 


.213 


Radiation 


147 


Salaries 


.770 


Railways 


190 


Salvation 


.640 


Rambles 


38 


Sanitation 


.178 


Reading 


892 


Satellites 


•277 


Realism 


622 


Satire 


•945 


Recipes 


61 


Scales 


.261 


Records 


103 


Scenery 


.284 


Recreations 


581 


Scholarships 


•78 


Refining 


331 


Schools 


•71 


Reflection 


232 


Science 


•131 


Reformation 


971 


Scrap Books 


• 955 


Reformatories 


827 


Sculpture 


.128 


Refraction 


233 


Seamanship 


.201 


Regulations 


771 


Sea-marks 


.202 


Religion 


652 


Seamen 


.213 


Renaissance 


.970 


Seas 


.299 


Reports 


.786 


Seasons 


.288 


Reproduction 


•423 


Seaweeds 


.468 


Reptilia 


■493 


Seconds 


.316 


Repulsion 


.146 


Secretion 


.398 


Research 


.132 


Sects 


•746 


Respiration 


•390 


Seeds 


.442 


Results 


.103 


Sees 


.706 


Reviews 


• 7 


Selection 


.967 


Revivals 


• 725 


Seminaries 


•71 


Revolutions 


.809 


Sentiments 


.631 


Rewards 


.647 


Series 


.8 



76 



Ser-Sta 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Sfa-Tha 



Sermons 


■693 


Sewage 


.180 


Sex 


.428 


Sheriffs 


.815 


Shipbuilding 


.197 


Shipping 


.207 


Ships 


.198 


Shipwrecks 


.211 


Shoots 


.446 


Shops 


.846 


Shorthand 


•932 


Showcards 


.851 


Shows 


■56 


Shrines 


.565 


Simony 


•738 


Sin 


.642 


Slang 


.901 


Slavery 


•773 


Sleep 


■ 403 


Smelting 


•329 


Smoke 


■243 


Social History 


•17 


Societies 


..6 


Sociology 


•747 


Soils 


.585 


Soldering 


•344 


Solidification 


•353 


Solids 


• 138 


Solubility 


■351 


Songs 


.267 


South 


•974 


Speaking 


•894 


Species 


•379 


Specifications 


.III 


Specific Gravity 


.160 


Specimens 


•58 


Spectrum Analysis 


.236 


Speculation 


.862 


Speech 


•894 


Spelling 


.876 


Splints 


•552 


Sporangia 


•443 


Sputum 


•521 


Stability 


.162 


Staff 


.769 


Standardization 


.100 


State Control 


.780 


Statics 


.150 


Statistics 


.101 


Statues 


.128 



Statutes 

Steam 

Stems 

Stipends 

Stockkeeping 

Stocktaking 

Storms 

Strategy 

Streets 

Strength 

Study 

Style 

Suffixes 

Summaries 

Sunday Schools 

Suppuration 

Surgeons 

Surgery 

Surnames 

Surveying 

Swaging 

Swimming 

Syllabuses 

Symbols 

Synagogues 

Synods 

Synonyms 

Syntax 

Systematic Text-Books 

Systems 

Table Talk 

Tables 

Tactics 

Tapping 

Tariffs 

Taxation 

Teachers 

Teaching 

Technology 

Temperature 

Temples 

Tenures 

Teratology 

Terminology 

Terms 

Testing 

Text-books, Systematic 

— Popular 
Textiles 
Thallus 



77 



The-Urb 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Use-Zoo 



Theatres 


•951 


Useful Arts 


•133 


Theology 


•637 


Vacations 


■77 


Theories 


■5 


Valuation 


.107 


Therapeutics 


•536 


Vaporization 


•354 


Theses 


954 


Variation 


•383 


Thirst 


•396 


Vehicles 


.191 


Thought 


.627 


Verbs 


.891 


Tickets 


•837 


Versification 


.969 


Tides 


.301 


Vertebrata 


.490 


Timber 


•597 


Vestments 


•744 


Time 


•313 


Vestries 


■794 


Tithes 


.710 


Veterinary Art 


•589 


Tombs 


565 


Vibration 


■155 


Tone 


258 


Vices 


•635 


Tools 


167 


VUlages 


.803 


Topography 


33 


Virtues 


■ 636 


Torsion 


140 


Vital Statistics 


•754 


Tournaments 


580 


Vivisection 


•477 


Tours 


38 


Vowels 


■ .870 


Towers 


186 


Voyages 


.3^^ 


Town Clerks 


808 


Vulgarisms 


•895 


Towns 


800 


Vulgarity 


.624 


Townships 


802 


Wages 


.770 


Toxicology 


535 


Walking 


.407 


Tracts 


967 


Walks 


■38 


Trade 


840 


Wapentakes 


•795 


Trade Labels 


853 


Warfare 


.222 


Trade Marks 


852 


Water 


.250 


Trades 


64 


Waterworks 


•251 


Trade Unions 


774 


Weapons 


.219 


Training 


66 


Weather 


•311 


Transactions 


786 


Weeks 


.290 


Transits 


278 


Weights 


.98 


Transliteration 


872 


Welding 


■342 


Transpiration 


390 


Wells 


•253 


Transport 


192 


West 


•975 


Travelling 


194 


Wills 


•835 


Travels _-j3 


^ 


Wind 


•309 


Treaties 


824 


Women 


•505 


Treatises 


3 


Woodworking 


•598 


Trials 


819 


Work 


•158 


Trigonometry 


114 


Worship 


.668 


Trusses 


553 


Writing 


.927 


Tunnels 


172 


Year-books 


• 55 


Typography 


934 


Yeast 


.466 


Undertakers 


568 


Zoological Gardens 


■479 


Universities 


73 


Zoology 


•475 


Urban Districts 


801 







78 



Table of Main Classes. 



A GENERALIA 

B-D PHYSICAL SCIENCE 

E-F BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE 

G-H ETHNOLOGY AND MEDICINE 

I ECONOMIC BIOLOGY 

J-K PHILOSOPHY AND RELIGION 

L SOCIAL AND POLITICAL SCIENCE ) 

M LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE , ] 

N LITERARY FORMS 

O-W HISTORY, GEOGRAPHY 

X BIOGRAPHX-- 



MATTER AND FORCE 



LIFE 



MIND 



RECORD 



79 



CLASSIFICATION. 



SUMMARY TABLE OF MAIN CLASSES. 

With Abbreviated Numbers for classifying small Collections, and 
qualifying other subject numbers. 



A— GENERALIA. 

AG GENERALIA 

Al EDUCATION 

A3 LOGIC 

A4 MATHEMATICS 

A5 GEOMETRY 

A6 GRAPHIC AND PLASTIC ARTS 

A9 GENERAL SCIENCE 



B, C, D— PHYSICAL SCIENCE. 

BO PHYSICS, DYNAMICS 

Bl MECHANICAL ENGINEERING, 
MACHINERY 

B2 CIVIL ENGINEERING 

B3 ARCHITECTURE 

B5 RAILWAYS, VEHICLES 

B6 TRANSPORT, SHIPBUILDING, 
SHIPPING 

B8 NAVAL AND MILITARY SCIENCE 

CO ELECTRICITY 

CI OPTICS 

C2 HEAT 

C3 ACOUSTICS 

C4 MUSIC 

C8 ASTRONOMY 

DO PHYSIOGRAPHY 

Dl HYDROGRAPHY, HYDROSTATICS 

D2 METEOROLOGY, PNEUMATICS, 
HOROLOGY 

D3 GEOLOGY, PETROLOGY 

D4 CRYSTALLOGRAPHY, MINERA- 
LOGY 

D6 METALLURGY, MINING, METAL 
TRADES 

D7 CHEMISTRY 

D9 CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY 



E, F— BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE. 



EO 


BIOLOGY, GENERAL 


El 


BOTANY, GENERAL, ORDERS 


E2 


— 


CRYPTOGAMS 


E3 


— 


PHANEROGAMS 

(Gymnospermae 


E4 


— 


— LILIIFLORiE 

(Haemodoraces 


E5 


— 


— CENTROSPERM/E 
(Cynocrambacex; 


E6 


— 


— rosacea; (Roses) 


E7 


— 


— SAPINDALES 

(Sabiacea] 


E8 


— 


— UMBELLIFLORa; 

(Umbellifers) 


E9 


— 


— TUBIFLORyE 

(Gesneracea) 


FO 


ZOOLOGY, GENERAL, PROTOZOA 


Fl 


— 


METAZOA 


F2 


— 


MOLLUSCA, ARTHROPODA 

(Crustacie) 


F3 


— 


ARTHROPODA (Insecta) 


F4 


— 


CHORDATA, PISCES 


F5 


— 


REPTILIA 


F6 


— 


AVES (Birds) 


F7 


— 


MAMMALIA 


F8 


— 


— (Ongulata) 


F9 


— 


— (Carnivora) 



G, H— ETHNOLOGICAL AND 
MEDICAL SCIENCE. 

GO ETHNOLOGY 

G2 HUMAN ANATOMY, PHYSIOLOGY 
G3 PATHOLOGY 

G4 MATERIA MEDICA, PHARMACY 
G5 THERAPEUTICS, MEDICAL AND 
SURGICAL SCIENCE (General) 



80 



CLASSIFICATION. 



G6 FUNCTIONS, DISEASES, OSTEO- 
LOGY 
G7 NERVOUS SYSTEM : BRAIN, IN- 
SANITY 
G8 SENSORY SYSTEM 
G9 RESPIRATORY SYSTEM 
HO BLOOD AND CIRCULATION 
HI DIGESTIVE SYSTEM 
H2 URINARY SYSTEM 
H3 REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM 
H4 SKIN AND HAIR 
H5 PARASITICAL, INFECTIOUS AND 

OTHER DISEASES 
H6 AMBULANCE, HYGIENE AND 

BURIAL 
H7 PHYSICAL TRAINING AND EXER- 
CISES 
H8 FIELD SPORTS 
H9 RECREATIVE ARTS 

I— ECONOMIC BIOLOGY AND 
DOMESTIC ARTS. 

10 AGRICULTURE, DAIRY FARMING 

U VETERINARY MEDICINE 

12 MILLING, GARDENING.FORESTRY 

13 WOOD WORKING 

14 TEXTILE MANUFACTURES 

15 CLOTHING TRADES 

16 COSTUME, JEWELLERY 

17 VEGETABLE AND ANIMAL 

PRODUCTS 

18 FOODS AND BEVERAGES 

19 GASTRONOMY, DOMESTIC 

ECONOMY 

J, K— PHILOSOPHY AND RE- 
LIGION. 

JO METAPHYSICS 

Jl AESTHETICS, PSYCHOLOGY 

J2 ETHICS 

J3 PHILOSOPHY 

J4 THEOLOGY, RELIGION, GENERAL 

J5 MYTHOLOGY, FOLK LORE 

J6 CHURCH DOCTRINES 

J7 — FASTS, FESTIVALS 

J8 — GOVERNMENT 



KO CHURCHES AND SECTS, NON- 
CHRISTIAN 

Kl CHRISTIAN CHURCHES, BIBLE 

K3 CHRISTOLOGY 

K4 EARLY AND EASTERN CHURCHES 

K5 MONACHISM 

K6 LATIN CHRISTIANITY, ROMAN 
CATHOLICISM 

K7 PROTESTANTISM, EPISCOPAL 
CHURCHES 

K8 NONCONFORMITY 

K9 PRESBYTERIANISM AND MISCEL- 
LANEOUS 

L— SOCIAL AND POLITICAL 
SCIENCE. 

LO SOCIAL SCIENCE 

LI POLITICAL ECONOMY 

L2 — SCIENCE, GOVERNMENT 

L3 CENTRAL AND LOCAL ADMINIS- 
TRATION 

L4 LAW, INTERNATIONAL, GENERAL 

L5 — TRIALS, ACTIONS 

L6 — CRIMINOLOGY, POLICE, 
PENOLOGY 

L7 CONTRACTS, PROPERTY AND 
TENURES 

L8 COMMERCE AND TRADE, MONEY 

L9 FINANCE 

M— LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE 

MO LANGUAGE, GENERAL 

Ml LITERATURE, GENERAL 

M2 AFRICAN AND ASIATIC LAN- 
GUAGES AND LITERATURE 

M4 EUROPEAN LANGUAGES AND 
LITERATURE (Latin, etc.) 

M5 EUROPEAN LANGUAGES AND 
LITERATURE (Teutonic) 

M6 AMERICAN LANGUAGE 

M7 PALAEOGRAPHY, BIBLIOGRAPHY, 
HISTORICAL TYPOGRAPHY 

M8 PRACTICAL PRINTING AND 
BOOKBINDING 

M9 LIBRARY ECONOMY 



8i 



CLASSIFICATION. 



N— LITERARY FORMS. 

NO FICTION 

Nl POETRY 

N2 DRAMA 

N3 ESSAYS AND MISCELLANEA 

0— UNIVERSAL HISTORY, GEO- 
GRAPHY AND AFRICA. 

CO UNIVERSAL HISTORY 

01 ARCHiSOLOGY 

02 UNIVERSAL GEOGRAPHY 

03 NORTH AFRICA 

04 EGYPT 

05 EAST AFRICA 

06 CENTRAL AFRICA 

07 SOUTH AFRICA 

08 WEST AFRICA 

09 AFRICAN ISLANDS . 

P— OCEANIA AND ASIA. 
PO AUSTRALASIA 
PI POLYNESIA, MICRONESIA, 

MELANESIA 
P2 MALAYSIA 
P29 ASIA 
P3 JAPAN 
P4 CHINA 

P5 FARTHER INDIA, MALAY STATES 
P6 INDIA 
P88 AFGHANISTAN 
P9 PERSIA 

Q, R— EUROPE, GENERAL AND 
SOUTH (Latin, etc.) 

QO EUROPE, GENERAL 

Ql TURKEY IN EUROPE 

Q12 — IN ASIA 

Q2 PALESTINE 

Q26 ARABIA 

Q3 GREECE 

Q4 BALKAN STATES 

Q5 ITALY 

RO FRANCE 

R6 SPAIN 

.R8 PORTUGAL 

S, T— EUROPE, NORTH (Teutonic 
and Slavonic). 

SO RUSSIA IN EUROPE 



S15 POLAND 

52 FINLAND 

S25 RUSSIA IN ASIA 

53 AUSTRIA 
S34 BOHEMIA 

54 HUNGARY 

55 SWITZERLAND 

56 GERMANY 

S61 HOLY ROMAN EMPIRE 

57 PRUSSIA 

TO NETHERLANDS 
Tl HOLLAND 
T2 BELGIUM 
T4 SCANDINAVIA 
T5 DENMARK 
T6 NORWAY 
T8 SWEDEN 

U, V— BRITISH ISLANDS. 

UO IRELAND 

U2 WALES 

U3 ENGLAND 

VO SCOTLAND 

V5 UNITED KINGDOM 

V6 BRITISH EMPIRE 

W— AMERICA. 

WO AMERICA, GENERAL 

W02 CANADA i 

W08 INDIAN TRIBES 

Wl UNITED STATES 

W5 MEXICO 

W6 CENTRAL AMERICA 

W63 WEST INDIES 

W7 SOUTH AMERICA 

W72 BRAZIL 

W8 ARGENTINA 

W9 POLAR REGIONS 

X— BIOGRAPHY. 

XO COLLECTIVE AND CLASS BIO- 
GRAPHY 
X08 HERALDRY 
Xll ORDERS OF KNIGHTHOOD 
X2 EPITAPHS 
X21 PORTRAITS, etc. 
X3 INDIVIDUAL BIOGRAPHY, SUB- 
DIVISIONAL TABLES 



82 



AOOO-104 Generalia 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Generalia A105-151 



Classification Tables. 

A. GENERALIA. GENERAL SCIENCE. 



A 

000 
001 
002 

003 



■004 
006 



007 



008 

009 

010 

oil 

012 

013 
014 

015 



040 
050 

051 
052 

053 

060 
070 



100 
lOI 
102 

103 



104 



Encyclopaedias. Dictionaries 


A 

105 


Illiteracy 


Collections (Polygraphy) 


106 


Secular Education 


Several Authors 


107 


Religious Tests 


Single Authors (Collected 


no 


Methods of Teaching (Peda- 


Works). Arrange by 




gogy) 


Biographical Numbers 


III 


Lectures 


Concordances 


112 


Classes. Class Lessons. Forms 


Societies. Associations {Divide 


113 


Laboratories 


by National Nos.) 


114 


Methods of Study 


Congresses. Festivals. Eistedd- 


"5 


Educational Systems 


fod, etc., General. 


116 


Infant Education. See also 


(Divide by National Nos.) 




Giio Children 


Exhibitions. Shows (Divide by 


117 


Kindergarten 


National Nos.) 


118 


Elementary Education 


Museums (Divide by National 


119 


Secondary — 


Nos.) 


120 


Higher — 


Recipes 


121 


Classical — 


Inventions 


123 


Humanities 


Patents 


125 


Technical Education 


Specifications (Divide by 


126 


Manual Training. Slojd 


National Nos.) 


127 


Evening Schools 


Patent Agents 


128 


Home Education 


Patent Offices or Depart- 


129 


Self Culture 


ments (Divide by National 


130 


Schools and Colleges 


Nos.) 


131 


Curricula 


Annuals. Year Books 


132 


Terms 


Periodicals General 


133 


Vacations 


Magazines — 


134 


Scholarships. Bursaries 


Reviews — 


135 


Examinations 


Newspapers — 


136 


Competitive 


Chap Books, General 


138 


Overpressure. Overstudy 


Broadsides, Leaflets, General 


139 


Cramming 


Note. — All Periodicals from 


140 


Certificates. See also L130 


050 to 070, when on special 




Professions 


subjects, must be numbered with 


141 


Diplomas 


their Subject-Numbers. 


142 


Rewards and Prizes 




143 


Schools 


EDUCATION 


145 


Registers and Time Tables 


State Education 


146 


Pupils. Students 


State Aid 


147 


Discipline 


Education Departments or 


148 


Punishments 


Ministries of Instruction 


149 


Home Lessons 


(Divide by National Nos.) 


150 


Object Lessons] 


Compulsory Education 


151 


Marks for Lessons 



83 



A152-404 Generalia 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Generalia A405-471 



A 

152 Teachers 

153 Head Teachers 

154 Class — 

155 Pupil — 

156 . Monitors 

157 Tutors (Governesses) 

Ushers. " Coaches '' 

158 Public Schools 

159 Fagging 

160 Academies 

161 Endowed Schools 

162 Church Schools 

163 Monastic Schools 

164 Voluntary Schools 

165 Boarding Schools 

166 Private Schools 

167 Truant Schools. Truants 

168 Ragged Schools 

169 Industrial Schools 

170 Pauper Schools 

171 Other Schools 

180 Universities 

181 Professors. Fellows 

182 Matriculation 

183 Graduation 

184 Graduates 

185 Degrees 

1 86 University Extension 

300 LOGIC (Dialectics) 

301 Propositions (Assent, Doubt) 

302 Names, Terms, Definitions 

(Nomenclature) 

303 Reasoning (Argument) 

304 Syllogism 

305 Induction 

306 Deduction 

307 Observation 

308 Experiment 

309 Hypotheses 

310 Generalization 

311 Analogy 

320 Classification (Methodology) 

330 Fallacies. Errors 

400 MATHEMATICS 

401 Arithmetic 

402 Numeration and Notation 

403 Arabic Numerals 

404 Roman Numerals 



A 

405 Greek Numerals 

406 Other Numerals 

407 Prime Numbers and Factors 

408 Addition 

409 Subtraction 

410 Multiplication 

411 Division 

412 Fractions 

413 Decimals 

414 Analysis. Combinations. 

Permutations 

415 Ratio and Proportion. Pro- 

gression 

416 Involution and Evolution 

417 Bills of Parcels 

418 Calculating Machines 

419 Abacus 

420 Mental Arithmetic 

425 Arithmetic and Algebra, to- 

430 Algebra [gather 

431 Equations 

432 Fractions 

433 Binominal Theorem 

434 Analysis 

435 Proportion and Progression 

436 Involution and Evolution 

437 Higher Algebra 

438 Determinants 

439 Probabilities 

440 Accidents 

441 Chance 

442 Luck 

443 Logarithms 

450 Weights and Measures (Metrics) 

451 British Weights & Measures 

452 Foreign Weights & Measures 

453 Obsolete Weights & Measures 

454 Metric System 

455 Standardization of Weights, 

etc. 

456 Measuring Machinery 

(Gauges, Meters, Rules, 
Slide Rule) 

460 Statistics, General. {Special 

statistics goes with sub- 
ject) 

461 Records and Results, General 

470 Bpokkeeping (Accounts) 

471 Accountancy. Accountants 



84 



A472-600 Generalia 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Generalia A601-644 



472 Single-Entry Bookkeeping 

473 Double-Entry — 

474 Other Systems 

475 Cost Accounts 

476 Stock Keeping 

477 Stock Taking and Valuation 

478 Profit and Loss 

479 Invoices and Statements 

480 Cash Book 

481 Ledger 

482 Day Book 

483 Other Books and Records 

484 Assets. Receipts 

485 Liabilities. Expenditure 

486 Balance Sheets. Budgets 

487 Auditing. Auditors 

488 Estimating. Estimates (Bids) 

489 Specifications 

500 Geometry 

501 Euclidian Geometry 

502 Modern Geometry (Non- 

Euclidian) 

503 Fourth Dimension 

504 Analytical Geometry 

505 Plane Geometry 

506 Solid (Volumetric) Geometry 

507 Curvilinear Geometry 

508 Quadrature 

509 Conic Sections 

510 Descriptive Geometry 

511 Projection 

512 Perspective 

513 Shadows 

514 Stereotomy 

515 Mathematical Drawing 

520 Calculus 

521 Differential 

522 Integral 

523 Quaternions 

524 Functions 

"525 Finite Differences 

530 Trigonometry 

531 Plane 

532 Spherical 
540 Mensuration 

600 GRAPHIC AND f PLASTIC 
ARTS. (The Pictorial 
Record) 



A 

601 
602 

603 

604 
605 
606 
607 
608 
609 
610 
611 
612 

613 
614 

615 
616 
617 
618 
619 
620 
621 
622 

623 
624 
625 
626 
627 

628 
629 
630 

631 
632 

633 
634 
635 
636 

637 
638 

639 
640 
641 
642 

643 
644 



Fine Arts, General 
National Divisions (Divide 

by National Nos.) 
Drawing and Painting 
Methods : — 
Drawing, alone 
Freehand Drawing 
Model Drawing 
Drawing for Reproduction 
Book Illustration 
Blackboard Drawing 
Silhouette Drawing 
Copying 
Drawing Copy Books and 

Cards 
Pantagraph 
Painting, alone 
Oil Painting 
Water Colour Painting 
Monochrome — 
Encaustic — 

Gesso — 

Tempera (Distemper) 
Brush Work 
Other Methods 

Mediums : — 
Pencil Drawing 
Chalk — 
Charcoal — 
Crayon (Pastels) — 
Pen and Ink 

Subjects : — 
Animal 
Figure 
Genre 
Artistic Anatomy 

Nude Studies 

Draped Studies 
Portraits 

Miniatures 
Caricature 

Cartoons 
Sketching fromNattrre 
Landscape 
Marine (Seascapes) 
Plant Studies 

Flowers 

Fruit 

Trees 



85 



A645-694 Generalia 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Generalia A695-753 



A 

645 Frescoes 

646 Scene Painting 

fc4«l National Schools of Painting :— 

650 Ancient Schools 

651 Oriental, General 

652 Egypt 

653 Japan 

654 China 

655 India 

656 Persia 

657 Arabia 

658 Turkey 

659 Greece 

660 Italy 

661 France 

662 Spain 

663 Portugal 

664 Russia 

665 Austria-Hungary 

666 Switzerland 

667 Germany 

668 Netherlands 

669 Holland 

670 Belgium 

671 Scandinavia 

672 Denmark 

673 Norway 

674 Sweden 

675 Britain, General 

676 England and Wales 

677 Scotland 

678 Ireland 

679 America 

680 Works of Individual Painters 

{Divide by Biographical Nos. ) 

681 Decoration 

682 Design 

683 Ornament 

684 Illumination 

685 Poker Work 

686 Applique Work 

690 Industrial Decoration 

691 House Painting 

692 Mural Painting (generally) 

See also B313 Walls 

693 Tapestry. See also I341 

Curtains, etc. 

694 Wall Papers. See also 
I I34T Curtains, etc. 



A 

695 Paper Hanging. See 

also I341 Curtains 

696 Other Wall Decorations 

697 Mosaic Work. Niello, etc. 

698 Signs and Sign Painting. 

See also L860 Adver- 
tising 

699 Staining and Stains 

700 Graining 

701 Enamelling and Enamels 

702 Lacquering and Lacquers 

703 Japanning 

704 Polishing and Polishes. 

Burnishing 

705 French Polishing 

706 Stencilling 

710 Etching 

711 Works of Individual Etchers 
(Divide by Biographical Nos.) 

715 Engraving 

716 Wood Engraving 

717 Copper — 

718 Steel — 

719 Mechanical — 

720 Aquatints 

721 Mezzotints 

722 Other Forms 

723 Works of Individual En- 

gravers 

730 Lithography 

731 Chromo-Lithography. See 

also M853-54 Colour- 
Printing 

732 Algraphy 

735 Photo-Mechanical Engraving 

and Printing 

736 Woodburytype 

737 Collotype 

738 Photo-Lithography 

739 Zincography 

740 Half-tone Process 

741 Photogravure 

742 Process Printing. See also 

M840-55 Printing 

750 Photography. See also 

Cioo Optics 

751 Photo-optics 

752 Photo-chemistry 

753 Cameras and accessories 



86 



A754.-797 Generalia 



A 

754 Exposures 

755 Shutters 

756 Flashlight 

757 Telephotography 

758 Negative Processes 

759 Wet Plates 

760 Dry Plates and Films 

761 Development 

762 Fixing 

763 Intensification and Re- 

duction 

764 Dark Rooms 

765 Re-touching 

766 Other Methods 

767 Positive Processes 

768 Daguerrotypes 

769 Ferrotype (Tin Types) 

770 Silver Prints 

771 Bromide Prints 

772 Blue Prints 

773 Carbon Prints 

774 Platinotype 

775 Gum Bichromate Process 

776 Toning and Fixing 
^']^ other Printing Methods 

780 Enlarging and Copying 

781 Orthochromatic Photo- 

graphy 

782 Colour Photography 

783 Trick Photography 

784 Lantern Slide Making 

785 Optical Lanterns (Magic 

Lanterns) 

786 Kinematography (Moving 

Pictures) 

787 Zoetrope (Wheel of Life) 

788 Photographic Trades and 

photographers 

790 Sculpture 

791 Modelling 

792 Carving, Stone, Marble 

793 Plaster Casts 

794 Statuary 

795 Monuments 

796 Sepulchral Monuments. 

See also H662 Tomb 
Burial 

797 Tombs. Shrines. Mauso- 

leums 



CLASSIFICATION. Generalia A798-950 

Phys. Science BOOO-011 
A 

798 Canopies 

799 Effigies 

800 Brasses 

801 Bas-reliefs 

802 Cameos 

803 Wax-Figures 

804 Wax-Works 

805 National Schools (Divide by 
National Nos.) 

806 Restoration of Pictures, Sculp- 
ture, etc. 

807 Art Unions 

808 Picture Dealing and Dealers 

809 Bric-a-brac 

810 Artists' Marks and Monograms 

820 Art Galleries and Collections 

821 Public (Divide by National 
Nos.) 

822 Private (Divide by Biographi- 
cal or National Nos.) 

823 Individual Artists (Divide by 
Biographical Nos.) 

830 Panoramas. Dioramas 

831 Peep Shows 

900 General Science 

901 Endowment of Research 

902 Science and Arts (Together), 
General 

903 Useful Arts (Collected 
Works) 

904 Collected Trades 
950 Scientific Travel and Surveys 

(Divide by National Nos.) 



B-D PHYSICAL SCIENCE. 
B 

000 PHYSICAL SCIENCE. 

GENERAL 

001 PHYSICS (Natural Philosophy) 

002 Molecular and Molar 

003 Ether 

004 Atoms. Particles 

005 Vortex-atoms 

006 Solids ; 

007 Elasticity 

008 Torsion 

009 Plasticity 

010 Expansion 
on Contraction 



87 



B012-111 Phys. Science CLASSIFICATION. Phys. Science B112-154 



B 

012 
013 
014 
015 
016 
020 
021 
022 
023 
024 
025 
026 
027 
028 
029 
030 
031 

032 
033 
034 
035 
036 

037 
038 

039 
040 
041 
042 
050 

052 

100 

lOI 
102 

103 
104 
105 
106 

107 
108 
110 



III 



Cohesion 
Attraction 
Repulsion 
Radiation 

Radio-activity 
Dynamics (Mechanics) 
Kinematics 
Statics 
Force 

Equilibrium 
Graphic Statics 
Kinetics 
Motion 
Vibration 
Rotation 

G3^oscope. SpinningTop 
Centrifugal and Centri- 
petal Force 
Work. Friction 
Gravity 

Specific Gravity 
Pendulum 
Energy 

Transmission of Force 
Inclined Plane 
Pulley 
Wedge 

Cord and Catenary 
Cog Wheels 
Structures and Materials 
StabiHty 

Rigidity. Tension 
Strength 
Mechanical Engineering (Ap- 
plied Mechanics) 
Mechanism 

Rolling and Shding Con- 
tacts 
Trains of Mechanism 
Lubrication 
Linkages 
Standardization of 

Mechanism 
Adjustabihty 
Interchangeability 
Machinery, Implements, Tools 
(General) 
Driving Machinery (Motive 
Power, Prime Movers) 



B 

112 


Stationary Engines 




(General) 


113 


Screw Propellers 


114 


Turbines 


115 


Automatic Machinery and 




Actions 


116 


Locomotive Machinery 




(Auto-machinery) 


117 


Hoisting Machinery 


118 


Cranes 


119 


Derricks 


120 


Elevators. Lifts. Hoists 


121 


Scaffolding 


122 


Hauling Machinery 


123 


Haulage. Traction 


124 


Pressing and Crushing Ma- 




chinery 


125 


Stamping (Embossing) 


126 


Diesinking 


127 


Hammering 


128 


Punching 


129 


Planishing (Flatting) 


130 


Compressing. Crushing 


131 


Holding and Gripping 




Machinery 


132 


Vices 


133 


Cutting and Shearing 




Machinery 


134 


Lathes and Turning 


135 


Milling 


136 


Knurling 


137 


Drilling and Boring 


138 


Planing 


139 


Slotting 


140 


Sawing 


141 


Saws 


142 


Grinding and Polishing 




Machinery 


143 


Filing. Files 


145 


Emery wheels. Grindstones 


146 


Rolling, Drawing and Bend- 




ing Machinery 


147 


Drying Machinery 


150 


Sifting and Mixing Machinery 


151 


Separating 


152 


Distributing 


153 


Testing Machinery 


154 


Hand Tools : Planes, Axes, 




Chisels, etc. 



B160-213 Phys. Science CLASSIFICATION. Phys. Science B214-272 



B 




B 




i6o 


Machine Parts, Appliances and 


214 


Turnpikes 




Operations 


213 


Tolls 


i6i 


Fitting, Assembling, Making 


220 


Bridges (Viaducts) 




Read}' 


221 


Stone and Brick 


162 


Finishing 


222 


Iron and Steel 


163 


Gearing 


223 


Wooden Bridges 


164 


Wheel gearing (Wheel and 


224 


Tubular 




axle) 


225 


Suspension 


165 


Rope gearing 


226 


Cantilever 


166 


Springs 


227 


Swing 


167 


Valves 


228 


Drawbridges 


168 


Axles 


229 


Other Varieties 


169 


Brakes 


230 


Tunnels. Tunnelling 


170 


Pivots 


231 


Subterranean Surveying 


171 


Journals 


232 


Canals 


172 


Bearings 


233 


Locks 


173 


Ball Bearings 


235 


Canal Life and Boatmen 


174 


Levers 


240 


Harbours 


175 


Balances. Counterpoises 


241 


Docks 


176 


Cranks. Eccentrics. Cams 


242 


Graving Docks and Dry 


177 


Couplings. Connecting Rods 




Docks 


178 


Shafting 


243 


Floating Docks 


179 


Belting 


244 


Breakwaters 


180 


Screws. Screw Cutting. 


245 


Groins 




Screw Standards 


246 


Piers and Jetties 


jigo 


Model Machinery 


247 


Quays 


191 


Mills and Millwork 


248 


Wharves 


192 


Turntables 


249 


Dredging and Dredgers 


IQ3 


Animal Power 






194 


Engineers 


250 


SANITARY and Municipal 


195 


Military 




Engineering 


196 


Naval 


251 


Sanitary Engineering (alone) 


197 


Volunteer Engineers 


252 


Rural Sanitation 


198 


Engine Drivers 


253 


Urban — 






254 


House — 


200 


CIVIL ENGINEERING 


255 


Trade — 


201 


Excavations and Excavators 


260 


Drainage. Drains 


202 


Caissons 


261 


Combined Drainage 


203 


Navvies 


262 


Sewage and Waste 


204 


Embankments. Dykes 


263 


Disposal of Sewage 


205 


Land Slides 


264 


Sewage Farms 


206 


Gradients 


265 


Cesspools 


207 


Levels 


266 


Closets 


208 


Roads 


267 


Pubhc Lavatories and 


209 


Trails 




Urinals 


210 


Trade Routes 


268 


Middens 


211 


Caravan Routes 


270 


Nuisances 


212 


Highways 


271 


Air pollution 


213 


Subways 


272 


Waters pollution 



89 



B273-332 Phys. Science CLASSIFICATION. Phys. Science B333-378 



B 

273 Scavenging and Street Clean- 

ing 

274 Dust. Refuse 

275 Dust Destructors 

276 Pavements and Paving 

277 Paviors 

278 Streets in Towns 

279 Traffic and Order 

280 Noises 

281 Watering 

290 Municipal Engineering 

(alone). See also H620-25 
Hygiene 

295 Public Works, Boards or 
Ministries 

300 ARCHITECTURE 

301 Planning 

302 Sites 

303 Elevations 

305 Building Construction 

306 Materials 

307 Limes, Cements 

308 Quantities 

309 Foundations 

310 Piles and Pile-driving 

311 Concrete 

312 Artificial Stone, Marble, etc. 

313 Walls. See A692 Mural 

Decoration 

314 Underpinning 

315 Shoreing 

316 Rough casting 

317 Rusticated Work 

318 Circular Work 

319 Masonry 

320 Building Stones 

321 Masons 

322 Masons' marks 

323 Brickwork 

324 Bricks and Brickmaking 

325 Terra-cotta 

326 Bricklayers 

327 Timber houses 

328 Half-timber work 

329 Roofs 

330 Slates 

331 Tiles 

332 Other coverings 



B 

333 Floors 

334 Wood-block flooring. Par- 

quetry 

335 Floor coverings (Linoleum, 

eic.)See also l45oCarpets 

336 Floor preparations 

337 Beams 

338 Girders 

339 Ceilings 

340 Plastering, Plasters, Stuccos 

341 Plasterers 

342 Doors 

343 Doorways 

344 Windows 

345 Dormer windows 

346 Oriel windows 

347 Blinds and Screens 

348 Staircases 

349 Stair treads 

350 Handrailing 

351 Ladders and Steps 

352 Other Structural details 

355 Light and Air Rights 

356 Ventilation 

357 Building Operations 

358 Clerks of Works 

359 Builders 

360 Architectural Details 

361 Arches 

362 Keystones 

363 Pilasters, Piers 

364 Buttresses 

365 Flying buttresses 

366 Columns. Pillars. Carya^ 

tides. Obilisks 

367 Capitals 

368 PUnths 

369 Pediments (Tympana. Lin- 

tels. Mantels) 

370 Gables 

371 Entablature : (Facias) 

Architraves, Friezes 

372 Cornices 

373 Mouldings 

374 Tracery 

375 Mullions 

376 Balustrades 

377 Parapets 

378 Gargoyles 



90 



B379-427 Phys. Science CLASSIFICATION. Phys. Science B428-471' 



B 

379 


Corbels 


B 

428 


Sedilia 


380 


Corbel-tables 


429 


Other details 


381 


Crockets 


430 


Domestic Architecture (general) 


382 


Vaulting 


431 


Dwelling Houses 


383 


Vaults 


432 


Palaces and Mansions 


384 


Spandrels 


433 


Cottages and Villas 


385 


Arcades 


434 


Dining Rooms 


386 


Colonnades 


435 


Kitchens 


387 


Verandahs 


436 


Larders 


388 


Ambulatories 


437 


Drawing Rooms 


389 


Galleries 


438 


Boudoirs and Dressing 


390 


Terraces 




Rooms 


391 


Esplanades 


439 


Bedrooms 


392 


Porches and Porticos 


440 


Studios 


393 


Halls and Vestibules 


441 


Secret Chambers 


394 


Gateways 


442 


Other Apartments 


395 


Gates 


443 


■Industrial Architecture 


396 


Turnstiles 


444 


Street Architecture 


397 


Lodges 


445 


Market Crosses 


398 


Screens 


446 


Shops and Fittings 


399 


Pavilions 


447 


Restoration of BuUdings 


400 


Towers 


448 


Preservation of ancient 


40T 


Campaniles 




buildings 


402 


Belfrys 


450 


Historical and Descriptive 


403 


Spires 




Architecture 


404 


Turrets 


451 


Styles and Orders 


405 


Pinnacles 


452 


Primitive Architecture 


406 


Finials 




(Savage Races) 


407 


Domes 


453 


Asiatic 


408 


Cupolas 


454 


Chinese 


409 


Naves 


455 


Indian 


410 


Choirs 


456 


Other 


411 


Chancels 


457 


African 


412 


Aisles 


458 


Egyptian 


413 


Transepts 


459 


Greek 


414 


Cloisters 


460 


Doric 


415 


Apses 


461 


Ionic 


416 


Chapter houses 


462 


Corinthian 


417 


Refectories 


463 


Romanesque [Divide by- 


418 


Triforium 




National Nos.) 


419 


Clerestory 


464 


Tuscan 


420 


Altars 


465 


Composite 


421 


Reredos 


466 


Saxon 


422 


Pulpits 


467 


Norman 


423 


Lecterns 


468 


Transition 


424 


Fonts 


469 


Byzantine 


425 


Piscinas 


470 


Moorish 


426 


Pews 


471 


Gothic {Divide by National 


427 


Stalls 




Nos.) 



91 



B472-523 Phys. Science CLA SSI PICA TION. Phys. Science B530-602 



472 


Early English 


473 


Decorated 


474 


Perpendicular 


475 


Renaissance {Divide by 


476 


Tudor [National Nos.) 


477 


Elizabethan 


478 


Stuart 


479 


Jacobean 


480 


Queen Anne 


481 


French Renaissance 


482 


German — 


483 


Italian — 


484 


Flemish — 


485 


Other national styles 


486 


Modern Styles {Divide by 




National Nos.) 


487 


Flamboyant 


488 


Rococo 


489 


High Buildings (" Sky 




scrapers ") 


490 


Framed Structures 


500 


RAILWAY ENGINEERING 


501 


Railways {Divide by National 




Nos.) 


502 


Permanent way 


503 


Rails 


504 


Gauges 


505 


Sidings 


506 


Level crossings 


507 


Rolling stock 


508 


Carriages. Trains. Cars 


509 


Trucks 


510 


Couplings 


5" 


Brakes 


512 


Signals 


513 


Single Line Railways 


514 


Mountain and Steep Grade 




railways 


515 


Street (Light) and Under- 




ground Railways 


516 


Tramways 


517 


Electric Traction 


518 


Cables 


519 


Horse Traction 


520 


Ship Railways 


521 


Stations (Junctions) 


522 


Traffic 


523 


Time Tables 



B 

530 Railway Administration 

531 State Railways 

532 Carriage of Goods 

533 Waggons 

534 Freights 

535 Rates 

536 Terminals 

537 Passengers 

538 Return Tickets. Fares 

539 Zone System 

540 Season Tickets 

541 Running Powers 

542 Clearing House 

550 VEHICULAR ENGINEERING 

551 Wheels 

552 Tyres 

553 Wheelwrights 

554 Coaches and Carriages 

555 Coach, Cab and Carriage 

Building 

556 Chariots 

557 Handcarts (Barrows) 

558 Bath Chairs 

559 Rickshaws 

560 Perambulators 

561 Carts and Vans. Waggons 

562 Omnibuses 

570 Motor Carriages (Road 

Carriages or Auto-cars) 

571 Traction engines 

572 Motoring as a sport 

580 Cycles (Velocipedes) 

581 Bicycles 

582 Tricycles 

583 Other Forms 

584 Cycling as a sport 

590 Litters 

591 Palanquins 

592 Sedan Chairs 

593 Sledges (Sleighs) 

594 Stretchers 

595 Other Wheel-less Carriages 

600 TRANSPORT AND COMMUNI- 

CATION 

601 Travelling (general) 

602 Art of Travel 



92 



B603-648 Phys. Science CLA SSI PICA TION. Phys. Science B650-69* 



B 




B 


5o3 


Land Transport 


650 


5o4 


Ocean — 




605 


Aerial — 


651 


607 


Posting 


652 


608 


Horse and Carriage Hiring 


653 


609 


Job Masters 




610 


Cab Drivers 


654 


611 


Coachmen 


655 


612 


Driving and coaching 


656 


613 


Carriers 


657 


614 


Removals (Household and 


658 




other) 


659 


615 


Packing. Storage 


660 


616 


Messengers and Porters 


661 


617 


Commissionaires 


662 


618 


Caretakers and Janitors 


663 


620 


Post Ofllce {Divide by 
National Nos.) 


664 


621 


Postmasters 


665 


622 


International PostalUnion 


666 


623 


Stamps, Post-Oifice. 


667 




Franks 


668 


624 


Revenue 


669 


623 


Other 


670 


626 


Post-Cards 


671 


627 


Post-Marks 


672 


628 


Mails 


673 


629 


Parcel Post 


674 


630 


Philately 


675 


631 


Telegraphs 


676 


632 


Transmitters 


677 


633 


Receivers 


678 


634 


Cables 


679 


635 


Instruments 


680 


636 


Semaphores 


681 


637 


Wireless Telegraph} 


682 


638 


Coherers 


683 


639 


Interruptors 


684 


640 


Telephones 


685 


641 


Speaking Tubes 




642 


Speaking Trumpets 


686 


643 


Megaphones 


687 


644 


Pneumatic Despatch 




645 


Signalling (general) 


690 


646 


Heliograph 




647 


Indicators 


691 


648 


Other means of communica- 


692 




tion 


693 




Telepathy see G773 


694 



SHIPBUILDING (Marine Archi- 
tecture) 
Design of Ships 
Hulls 

Anti-fouling Composi- 
tions 
Lines 
Bulkheads 
Unsinkable ships 
Stability of Ships 
Shipbuilding Yards 
Launching of Ships 
Masts 
Rigging 

Gear of Rigging 
Sails and Sailmaking 
Windlasses and Ship Furni- 
ture 
Varieties of Ships 
Schooners 
Brigs 
Barques 

Yachts and Yachting 
Other varieties of Ships 
Boats 

Boatbuilding 
Motor Boats 
Barges 
Galleys 
Gondolas 

Punts and Punting 
Canoes and Canoeing 
Rafts 
Life-buoys 

Other Forms of Boats 
Regattas 
Shipbuilders 
Anchors and Cables 
Marine Engineering 
Boilers see Heat C 210 
Paddle-wheels 
Submarine vessels 

SEAMANSHIP AND NAVIGA- 
TION 

Navigation 

Nautical Almanacs 
Nautical Astronomy 
Sights 



93 



B695-736 Phys. Science CLA SSIFICA TION. Phys. Science B737-805 



B 




B 




695 


Sailing and Handling of 


737 


Bills of Lading 




Ships 


738 


Charter Party 


696 


Sailing Directions 


739 


Cargoes 


697 


Chart-Work 


740 


Deck Cargoes 


698 


Soundings 


741 


Stowage 


699 


Compass 


742 


Dunnage 


700 


Steering. Steering Gear 


743 


Ballast 


701 


Log Books 


744 


Jettisoning 


702 


Signals at Sea 


745 


Stevedores 


703 


Rule of Road at sea 


748 


Lighters 


704 


Lights on Vessels 


749 


Ship Stores 


705 


Watches 


750 


Ship Chandlers 


706 


Pilotage 


751 


Shipwrecks (general) 


707 


Pilots 


752 


Single Ships 


708 


Rowing and Boating 


753 


Disasters at Sea (Fire, etc.) 


709 


Sculling 


754 


Wreckers 


710 


Boat-races 


755 


Flotsam, Jetsam and Ligan 


711 


Sea Marks (general) 


756 


Derelicts 


712 


Light-houses 


757 


Castaways 


713 


Trinity House 


758 


Marooning 


714 


Commissioners for Light- 


759 


Salvage 




houses {Divide by 


760 


Towage. Tugs. Hovelling 




National Nos.) 


761 


Privateering 


715 


Lightships 


762 


Letters of Marque 


716 


Buoys 


763 


Piracy 


717 


Beacons 


770 


Merchant Seamen 


718 


Life Boats 


771 


Captains 


— 


Saving Life at Sea. See 


772 


Mates 




H603 Ambulance 


773 


Piu"sers (Supercargoes) 


719 


Diving and Divers 


774 


Stewards 






775 


Other Officers 


720 


SHIPPING 


776 


Sailors (Mercantile, Naval) 


721 


Merchant Shipping 




Crews 


722 


Sailing Lines 


777 


Sea Life 


723 


Steamship Lines 


77% 


Sailors' Homes 


724 


Ferries 


779 


Crimping. Shanghaing 


725 


Tonnage 


780 


Press Gang. Impressing 


726 


Shipping Registers 


781 


Barratry 


727 


Unseaworthy Ships 


785 


Marine Courts [Divide by 


728 


Overloading 




National Nos.) 


729 


Load Line 






730 


Undermanning 


800 


NAVAL AND MILITARY 


731 


Passengers 




SCIENCE 


732 


Stowaways 


801 


Naval Science 


733 


Quarantine 


802 


Sea Power. Command of 


734 


Ports. Harbour Dues and 




the Sea 




Laws 


803 


Naval Occupation 


735 


Freights, Rates, Fares 


804 


Blockades 


736 


Demurrage 


805 


Blockade Running 



94 



B806-851 Phys. Science CLASSIFICA TION. Phys. Science B852-898 



B 




B 


806 


Navies (Divide by National 


852 


807 


British Navy [Nos.) 


853 


808 


Fleets 


854 


809 


Single Warships 


855 


810 


Admiralty 




811 


Naval or Marine Boards 


856 




(Divide by National Nos.) 


857 


812 


Officers (Commissions) 


858 


813 


Admirals 


859 


814 


Captains 


860 


815 


Commanders 


861 


816 


Subalterns. Lieutenants 


862 




Engineers. See B194 


863 


817 


Midshipmen 


864 


818 


Cadets 


865 


819 


Warrant Officers 


866 


820 


Petty Officers 


867 


821 


Marines 


868 


822 


Artillery 


869 


823 


Infantry 


870 


824 


Naval Reserve 


871 


825 


Naval Volunteers 




826 


Battleships 


872 


827 


Frigates. Cruisers 


873 


828 


Gunboats. Corvettes 


874 


829 


Torpedo Boats 


875 


830 


Torpedos (Mines) 


876 


831 


Destroyers 


877 


832 


Fire Ships 


879 


833 


Naval Depots (Dockyards) 


880 


835 


Coaling Stations 


881 


836 


Training Ships 


882 


837 


Coastguard 


883 


838 


Navy List 


884 


840 


Military Science 


885 


841 


Martial Law 


886 


842 


Courts Martial 


887 


843 


National Armies (Divide by 


888 




National Nos.) 


889 


.844 


British Army 


890 


845 


Regimental History 


891 


846 


Territorial System 




847 


Indian Army 


892 


848 


Colonial Army 


893 


849 


Army Reserve 


894 


850 


War Office 


895 


851 


War Departments or Minis- 


896 




tries (Divide by National 


897 




Nos.) 


898 



National Defence 

Conscription 

Mobilization 
General Stall (Officers. Com- 
missions) 

Commander-in-Chief 

Marshals 

Generals 

Colonels 

Majors 

Captains 

Subalterns 

Adjutants 
Non-commissioned Officers 

Sergeants. Quartermasters 

Corporals 
Privates (Common Soldiers) 
Recruiting 

Desertion 

Short Service System 
Mercenaries (Soldiers of 

Fortune) 
Guerilla Bands 
Volunteers (General) 
Army Corps 

Division 

Brigade 

Battalion 
Military Police 
Cavalry 

Horse Guards 

Dragoons. Cuirassiers 

Lancers 

Hussars 

Yeomanry 

Mounted Infantry 
Artillery 

Field Artillery 

Mountain Batteries 

Fort Artniery 

Volunteer Artillery 
Engineers. See B 194-96 
Infantry 

Line 

Foot-Guards 

Volunteer Infantry 

Mihtia 
Commissariat 

Army Service Corps 



95 



B899-941 Phys. Science CLA SSI PICA TION. Phys. Science B942-9 



B 

899 


Army Medical Corps 


B 

942 


Obsolete Weapons and Wa 


900 


Field Hospitals 




Machines 


901 _ 


Vivandiere 


943 


Battering Rams, etc. 


902 


Camp Followers. Suttlers 


944 


Drill, Discipline (General) 


903 


Boys' Brigades. Cadets 


945 


Formations 


904 


Army Lists 


946 


Manoeuvres 


905 


Arsenals 


947 


Kriegspiel (War Game) 


906 


Barracks 


950 


Warfare (Art of War) 


907 


Encampments (Camps. Cas- 


951 


Strategy (Generalship) 




trametation) 


952 


Plan of Campaign 


908 


Tents (Wigwams. Mar- 


953 


Intelligence 




quees) 


954 


Scouting 


909 


Bivouacs 


955 


Reconnoitering 


910 


Canteens 


956 


Spies 


911 


Ordnance. Weapons 


957 


Despatches 


912 


Firearms, in general 


958 


Military Topography 


913 


Guns (Cannons) 


959 


Route Maps 


914 


Shells (Grenades, 


960 


Marches (Marching) 




Petards, Projectiles) 


961 


Base 


915 


Mortars 


962 


Lines of Communication 


916 


Gunnery 


963 


Flying Columns 


917 


Ballistics 


964 


Tactics 


918 


Rifles (Muskets, Carbines, 


965 


Order of Battle 




etc.) 


966 


Outposts. Vedettes 


919 


Musketry (Shooting) 


967 


Sentries and Guards 


920 


Rifle Ranges 


968 


Ambuscades 


921 


Pistols 


969 


Assaults 


922 


Revolvers 


970 


Skirmishing. Plan of 


923 


Competitions 




Attack 


924 


■ Swords 


971 


Fortifications (Defensive 


925 


Daggeis. Dirks 




Works) 


926 


Bayonets 


972 


Castles 


927 


Swordsmanship 


973 


Keeps 


928 


Fencing 


974 


Battlements 


929 


Broadswords 


975 


Moats 


930 


Single-stick 


976 


Earthworks (British, 


931 


Spears (Lances, Pikes, 




Roman and other Forts) 




Halberts) 


977 


Walls (Circumvallation) 


932 


Battle-axes (Maces, Clubs, 


978 


Trenches 




Batons) 


979 


Mining and Countermining 


933 


Shields (Targets) 


980 


Sieges (Investments) 


934 


Accoutrements, General 


981 


State of Siege 


935 


Armour 


982 


Foraging. Pillage 


936 


Military Costume. Uniform 


983 


Booty. Loot 


937 


Helmets 


984 


Billeting 


938 


Archery 


985 


Armistices 


939 


Bows and arrows 


986 


Prisoners of War 


940 


Crossbows 


987 


Ransom and Exchange 


941 


Weapons of Savage Races 


988 


Parole 



96 



B989-C104 Phys. Science CLASSIFICATION. Phys. Science C105-212 



B 




C 




989 


Surrenders (Capitulation) 


105 


Reflection 


990 


Truces 


106 


Refraction 


991 


Honours of War 


107 


Absorption 


992 


Casualties 


108 


Phosphorescence 


995 


Duelling 


109 


Polarization. Polariscope 






no 


Spectrum Analysis. Spec- 


C 






troscope 


000 


ELECTRICITY AND MAGNET- 


III 


Photometry 




ISM 


112 


Actinometry 


001 


Electricity (alone) 


120 


Colour 


002 


Electro - dynamics 


121 


Red 


003 


Electrostatics 


122 


Orange 


004 


Electro -kinetics 


123 


Yellow 


005 


Electric Current 


124 


Green 


006 


Galvanism 


125 


Blue 


007 


Electron (Electric Atoms) 


126 


Indigo 




See also B004 Atoms 


127 


Violet 


008 


Cells 


128 


Other Colours 


009 


Condensers 


129 


Primary Colours 


010 


Induction 


130 


Neutral Colours 


on 


Conduction 


140 


Illumination. Artificial 


012 


Hertzian Waves 




Lighting 


030 


Magnetism 


141 


Lamps 


031 


Magnets 


145 


Darkness 


032 


Hysteresis 


150 


Lenses. See also A750 


033 


Terrestrial Magnetism 




Photography 


034 


Diamagnetism 


152 


Telescopes 


050 


Electrical Engineering 


155 


Micrometers 


051 


Dynamos 


156 


Stereoscopes 


052 


Armature 


137 


Camera Lucida 


053 


Insulation 


159 


Camera Obscura. Sciopticon 


054 


Alternating Currents 


160 


Mirrors 


055 


Transformers 


161 


Kaleidoscope 


056 


Power Transmission and 


170 


Microscopy 




Storage 


171 


Object Mounting 


057 


Generating Stations 


172 


Photo-micrography 


058 


Batteries 


173 


Microscopes 


060 


Electric Lighting 






061 


Arc Lamps 


200 


HEAT 


062 


Incandescent Lamps 


201 


Combustion 


063 


Search Lights 


202 


Flame. Fire 


070 


Wiring and Switches 


203 


Incandescence 




(Cables) 


204 


Furnaces 






205 


Forced Draught 


100 


OPTICS (Light) 


206 


Ovens 


101 


Wave Theory 


207 


Crucibles 


102 


Light Rays 


210 


Boilers 


103 


Velocity 


211 


Water Tube 


104 


Interference and Diffraction 


212 


Fire Tube 



97 



C213-275 Phys. Science CLASSIFICATION. Phys. Science C276-42: 



c 

213 


Encrustation 


C 

276 


Pressure Gauges 


214 


Boiling. Boiling Point 


277 


Governors 


215 


Chimneys. Chimney 


278 


Steam Whistles 




Sweeping 


279 


Other Parts 


216 


Chimney Stacks 


280 


Stationary Engines 


217 


Steeple Jacks 


281 


Locomotive — 


218 


Fireplaces. Heating, 


282 


Mechanical Construction 




(Steam, Hot Water, 


283 


Heat Engines 




Electricity) 


284 


Heating & Melting Machinerj 


219 


Stoking and Stokers 


285 


Oil Engines 


220 


Smoke 


286 


Vaporization 


221 


Smoke Prevention 


287 


Carburettors 


225 


Fire Producers 


290 


Gas Engines 


226 


Flint and Steel 






227 


Matches 


300 


ACOUSTICS (Sound) 


228 


Fuses 


301 


Vibrations 


229 


Burning glasses 


302 


Wave Motions 


230 


Fire Extinction (Fires) 


303 


Analysis of Sound 


231 


Fire Engines 


304 


Measurement 


232 


Escapes 


305 


Sirens 


233 


Hydrants 


306 


Musical Tone (Clang) 


234 


Chemical Methods 


307 


Pitch 


240 


Temperatures 


308 


Concert Pitch 


241 


Thermometry 


309 


Noise 


242 


High Temperatures 


310 


Silence 


243 


Low Temperatures 


320 


Phonographs 


244 


Cold 


330 


Gramaphones (Talking 


245 


Laws of Cooling 




Machines) 


246 


Refrigerating and Cooling 
Machinery 


340 


Microphones 


247 


Cold Storage 


400 


MUSIC 


248 


Evaporating and Con- 


401 


Notation 




densing 


402 


Staff 


249 


Thermometers 


403 


Tonic Sol-fa 


250 


Thermostats 


404 


Other Varieties 


251 


PjTometry 


405 


Modes and Scales 


252 


P5^ometers 


406 


Ancient 


253 


Calorimetry 


407 


Oriental 


254 


Calorimeter 


408 


Chromatic Scales 


255 


Specific Heat 


409 


Major Scales 


260 


Thermodynamics 


410 


Minor — 


261 


Heat Pressure 


411 


Clefs (Keys, Signatxures) 


262 


Entropy 


412 


Transposition 


270 


Steam Engines 


413 


Temperament 


271 


Steam 


414 


Time 


272 


Valves 


415 


Speed (Tempo-Measure) 


273 


Condensers 


416 


Metronome 


274 


Cylinders 


420 


Melody 


275 


Pistons 


421 


Accent 



98 



C422-470 Phys. Science CLA SSI PICA TION. Phys. Science C471-524 



c 

422 


Expression 


C 

471 


Csardas 


423 


Rhythm 


472 


Fandangos 


424 


Phrasing 


473 


Gaillards 


435 


Themes 


474 


Galops 


426 


Harmony and Composition 


475 


Gavottes 




(together) 


476 


Hornpipes 


427 


Harmony 


477 


Jigs (Gigues) 


428 


Intervals 


478 


Lancers 


429 


Chords 


479 


Landler 


430 


Thoroughbass. Figured 


480 


Mazurkas 




Bass 


481 


Minuets 


431 


Counterpoint 


482 


Passacaglias 


432 


Canto Fermo 


483 


Pavans 


433 


Double Counterpoint 


484 


Polaccas 


434 


Canon 


485 


Polkas 


435 


Fugue 


486 


Polonaises 


436 


Composition 


487 


Quadrilles 


437 


Extemporization 


488 


Reels 


440 


Musical Forms 


489 


Rigadauns 


441 


Rondo 


490 


Sarabands 


442 


Sonata 


491 


Strathspeys 


443 


Instrumental Forms 


492 


Saltarellos 


444 


Arrangements. Tran- 


493 


Schottisches 




scriptions 


494 


Sicilianas 


445 


Caprices. Capriccios 


495 


Tarantellas 


446 


Chaconnes 


496 


Waltzes 


447 


Courantes 


497 


Other Dance Forms 


448 


Divertissement 


500 


Vocal Forms 


449 


Exercises 


501 


Arias 


450 


Fantasias 


502 


Canzones (Chansons) 


451 


Impromptus 


503 


Cavatinas 


452 


Marches 


504 


Scenas. Recitative 


453 
454 
4^5 


Nocturnes 

Potpourris (Medleys) 
Preludes 


505 


Analysis of Forms and Com 
positions 


4'S6 


Scherzos 


510 


Choral Practice 


457 


Serenades 


511 


Choir Training 


458 


Sonatinas 


512 


Vocal Practice. See also^ 


459 


Studies 




G902 Vocal Organs ' 


460 


Toccatas 


513 


Voice Training 


461 


Variations (Divisions) 


514 


Singing 


462 


Other Forms 


515 


Accompaniments 


465 


Dance Forms. See also 


516 


Solfeggi. Exercises. 




H980 Dancing 




Vocalises 


466 


AUemande 


520 


Voices 


467 


Boleros (Cachuchas) 


521 


Soprano. Treble 


468 


Bourees 


522 


Mezzo-Soprano 


469 


Branle (Brawl) 


523 


Alto 


470 


Country Dances 


524 


Contralto 



99 



C525-591 Phys. Science CLASSIFICATION. Phys. Science C592-63S 



525 


Tenor 




526 


Baritone 


527 


Bass 


528 


Falsetto 


529 


Others 


530 


Whistling (Siffleuse) 


531 


Conducting 


535 


Oratorios -, {Arrange by 


540 


Cantatas Composers and 


545 


Odes use Biographi- 
Sacred Music cal Nos.). 


550 


551 


Gregorian Music 


552 


Services 


553 


Graduals 


554 


Sequence 


555 


Masses 


556 


Requiem Masses 


557 


Anthems 


558 


Motets 


559 


Antiphonals 


560 


Psalms 




[Church or Denominational 




Psalmody, See J 641. Single 




coUections of particular 




churches, take church plus 




categorical Psalmody Nos.] 


565 


Hymns 




[Church or Denominational 




Hymnals, See J640. Single 




collections of particular 




churches, take church plus 




categorical Hjmmology Nos.] 


568 


Chants and Chanting 


569 


Chorales 


570 


Plain Song 


571 


Carols (Noels) 


572 


Sacred Solos 


580 


Concerted Vocal Music\ a, ^ 


581 


Glees 


1^ 


582 


Madrigals 


r| 


583 


Part Songs 


^s'l 


584 


Rounds and Catches 


5! 
P to 


585 


Trios 


586 


Duets ) ^ f 


590 


Songs and Ballads, General 


591 


National. Folk Songs 




{Arrange by National 




Nos.) 





c 

592 

593 
594 

595 
596 

600 
601 

602 

603 

604 
605 
606 
607 
608 
609 
610 
611 
612 
613 

614 
615 

620 



621 
622 
623 
624 
625 
626 
627 
628 
629 
630 
631 
632 
633 
634 
635 
636 

637 
638 



-I 
a _ 

^^ 

Co ^». 

• o 



Special Collections 
Comic Songs 
School and College 

Songs 
Nursery Songs 
Individual Com- 
posers' Works.. 
Musical Instruments, General 
Ancient and Obsolete In- 
struments, General 
Instruments of Savage 

Races 
Stringed Instruments 

(Played with Bow) 

Rebec 

Crwth (Chrotta) 

Viols 

Viol d' Amore 

Viol da Gamba 

Lyras 

Violin 

Viola 

Violoncello 

Double Bass (Contra- 
bass) 

Bowing and Bows 

Strings (Cat-gut and 
Wire) 
Stringed Instruments 
(Plectral, Plucked by 
Hand) 

Harps 

Lyres 

Irish Harp 

Welsh Harp 

Scotch Harp 

Pedal or Concert Harp 

iEolian (or Wind) Harp 

Jew's Harp 

Other Harps 

Psaltery 

Citterns 

Zithers 

Guitars 

Lutes 

Pandura (Bandola) 

Theorbo-Lute 

Mandoline 

Banjo 



100 



C640-686 Phys. Science CLASSIFICATION. Phys. Science C687-738 



c 




C 


640 


Stringed Instruments. 


687 




(Keyboard) 


688 


641 


Dulcimer 


690 


643 


Virginals 




643 


Spinet 


691 


644 


Clavichord 


692 


645 


Harpsichord (Clavecin) 


693 


646 


Hurdy-Gurdy (Vielle) 


694 


647 


Pianoforte 


695 


648 


Fingering 


696 


649 


Vamping 


697 


650 


Pianola 


698 


651 


Mechanical Pianofortes 


699 


655 


Wind Instruments (Cup- 


700 




blown) 


701 


656 


Bugles 


702 


657 


Bugle Calls 


703 


658 


Key (Kent) Bugle 


704 


659 


Valve Bugle 


705 


660 


Sackbut 


706 


661 


Trumpets (Clarions, 






Clarino) 


707 


662 


Slide Trumpet 


708 


663 


Valve Trumpet 


709 


664 


Cornetto 


710 


665 


Cornet 


715 


666 


Horns 


716 


667 


Waldhorn (Hunting 


717 




Horn) 


718 


668 


French Horn (Valve 


719 




Horn) 


720 


669 


Post Horn 


721 


670 


Buglehorn 


722 


671 


Saxhorn 


723 


672 


Saxotrombas 




673 


Trombones 


725 


674 


Tubas 


726 


675 


Ophicleide 


727 


676 


Bombardon 


728 


677 


Euphonium 


729 


678 


Serpent 


730 


679 


Pipe (Shepherd's Pipe) 


731 


680 


Pandean or Pan Pipe 


732 


681 


Pitch Pipe 


733 


682 


Recorder 


734 


683 


Flute-a-bec 


735 


684 


Flageolet (Tin Whistle) 


736 


685 


Fife 


737 


686 


Piccolo 


738 



Flutes (Transverse) 
Ocarina 
Wind Instruments (Reed 
Blown) 

Bagpipes 

Highland Bagpipes 

Irish (Union Pipes) 

Northumbrian „ 

Spanish „ 

Basset Horn 

Clarinet 

Bass Clarinet 

Tenoroon 

Saxophone 

Shawna 

Musette 

Oboe (Hautboy) 

Aboe d'Amore 

Oboe d'caccia 

Cor Anglais (English 

Horn) 
Bassoon 
Double Bassoon 
Surrusophone 
Harmonica 
Wind Instruments (Keyed) 
Regal 
Accordion 
Concertina 
Melodeon 
Harmoniums 
American Organ 
Mustel Organ 
Water Organ 

(Hydraulus) 
Organ (Pipe Organ) 
Organ Blowing 

Pedalling 
Barrel Organ 
Enharmonic Organ 
Percussion Instruments 
Drums 
Tabor 
Side Drum 
Kettle Drums 
Bass Drum 
Gongs 
Tom-tom 
Tambourine 



lOI 



C739-792 Phys. Science CLASSIFICATION. Phys. Science C793-939 



c 

739 


Bells 




C 

793 


Troubadors 


740 


Bell-ringing (Campan- 


795 


Concerts 




ology) 


796 


Street Music 


741 


Bell-founding 






742 


Hand-bells 


800 


ASTRONOMY 


743 


Glockenspiel (Carillon) 


801 


Cosmography (The Universe) 


744 


Musical Glasses 


802 


Nebular Hypothesis 


745 


Triangle 


803 


Plurality of Worlds 


746 


Cymbals 


810 


Celestial Dynamics 


747 


Castanets 


811 


Celestial Hemispheres 


748 


Bones 


812 


Orbits 


749 


Xylophone 


813 


Perturbations 


750 


Mechanical Instruments 


814 


Celestial Motions, Rota- 


751 


Musical Boxes 




tion, Places 


752 


Orchestrions 


820 


Spherical Astronomy 


753 


Tuning Forks 


830 


Descriptive Astronomy 


760 


Orchestration and Instru- 


850 


Solar System 




mentation 


860 


Sun 


761 


Orchestral Music (Full Scores ) 
[Pianoforte and other 


865 
870 
880 


Parheha (Mock Suns) 
Sunshine 
Earth as a Planet 




arrangements go with In- 


885 


Moon 




struments] 


890 


Paraselenae (Mock 


762 

763 
764 


Symphonies \ , , 

Overtures (^.''''^T.- *,^ 
Concertos Biographical 

Suites ^°'-) 


900 
901 


Moons) 
Planets 
, Distances 


765 


902 


Kepler's Laws 


766 


Brass Band Music 


903 


Mercury 


767 


Military Band Music 


904 


Venus 


768 


Wood- Wind Band Music 


905 

906 


Mars 


770 


Chamber Music 


Asteroids 


771 


Nonets 


907 


Jupiter 


772 


Octets 


908 


Saturn 


773 


Septets 


909 


Uranus 


774 


Sextets 


910 


Neptune 


775 


Quintets 


911 


Extra Neptunian 


776 


Quartets 




Planets 


777 


Trios 


912 


SateUites 


780 


Dramatic Music, General 


920 


Comets 


781 


Grand Operas i 




925 


Meteors (Aerolites) 


783 


Comic Operas 




926 


Shooting Stars 


785 


Operettas 


(Arrange 


927 


Zodiacal Light 


787 


English Ballad 


■by Bio- 


928 


Aurora Borealis 




Operas or 


graphical 


930 


Stellar System (Fixed Stars) 




Musical Plays 


Nos.) 


931 


Double Stars 


789 


Ballets > 




932 


Variable Stars 


790 


Musicians 


933 


Star Clusteis 


791 


Bards 


935 


Nebulae 


792 


Minstrels 




939 


Milky Way (Galaxy) 



102 



C940-D048 Phys. Science CLA SSI PICA TION. Phys. Science D049-108 



c 




D 






940 


Transits 


049 


October 


943 


Occultations 


050 


November 


948 


Eclipses 


051 


December 


950 


Observations 


052 


Weeks 


955 


Corrections 


053 


Days (Dawn. Morning) 


958 


Observatories 


055 


Monday 


960 


Astrology 


056 


Tuesday 


965 


Horoscopes 


057 


Wednesday 






058 


Thursday 


D 




059 


Friday 


000 


PHYSIOGRAPHY (Physical 


060 


Saturday 




Geography) 




Sunday. See J760 Fes- 


001 


The Earth as a whole 


062 


Twilight [tivals 


002 


Hemispheres 


063 


Night 


003 


Land as a whole 


070 


Seismology 


004 


Plane Earth 


071 


Volcanoes 


005 


Spherical Earth 


072 


Earthquakes 


006 


Structure of the Earth 


073 


Geysers 


007 


Geodesy 


080 


Icework 


008 


Latitude 


081 


Ice 


009 


Longitude. Meridian 


082 


Glaciers 


010 


Equator 


083 


Icebergs 


on 


Tropics 


084 


Snow 


012 


Arctic Circle 


085 


HaU 


013 


Antarctic Circle 


086 


Frost 


014 


Geographical Degrees, etc. 


090 


Continents i 


?"?. 


015 


Azimuth 


091 


Islands. Atolls 


i <^ 


016 


Horizon 


092 


Mountains (Orology) 


1- s- 
3 '^ 


017 


Zenith 


093 


Plains. Prairies. 


-« i 


020 


Surveying. See also O280 




Marshes. Bogs 


0" 




Cartography 


094 


Deserts 


?^ 


021 


Ordnance Surveys 


095 


Caves. Grottos 


^» 


030 


Dynamics of the Earth 


096 


Underground Phenomena" 


031 


Rotation 


097 


Other Natural Land Features 


032 


Seasons 


100 


Hydrography 


035 


Spring 


lOI 


Oceans 


036 


Summer 


102 


Atlantic Ocean 


037 


Autumn 


103 


Atlantis 


038 


Winter 


104 


North Sea 


039 


Months 




Baltic Sea. See T940 


040 


January 




Gulf of Mexico. See 


041 


February 


105 


Pacific Ocean [W634 


042 


March 


106 


Indian Ocean 


043 


April 


107 


Arctic Ocean 


044 


May 


108 


Antarctic Ocean 


045 


June 




Mediterranean Sea. See 


046 


July 




Q041 


047 


August 




{Other Seas go at nearest 


048 


September 




Countries, to W 





103 



D120-216 Phys. Science CLASSIFICATION. Phys. Science D220-2S 



D 




D 




120 


Ocean Currents 


220 


Storms 


121 


Tides 


221 


Cyclones 


122 


Waves 


222 


Anti-cyclones 


130 


Lakes (Single lakes go at 


223 


Winds. Hurricanes 




Countries, 0-W) 


224 


Trade Winds 


131 


Rivers (Single rivers go at 


225 


Monsoons 




Countries, 0-W) 


226 


Simoons. Siroccos. 


132 


Stream Flow 




Mistral 


140 


Hydrostatics (Water Power) 


227 


Land and Sea Breezes 


141 


Water 


228 


Waterspouts 


142 


Chemical Constitution 


229 


Whirlwinds 


143 


Uses (General) 


230 


Tornadoes 


144 


Water Works 


231 


Dust Storms 


145 


Reservoirs (Dams. Sluices) 


232 


Thunderstorms 


146 


Aqueducts 


233 


Lightning 


147 


Conduits 


234 


Atmospheric Electricit; 


148 


Cisterns 


235 


Lightning Conductors " 


149 


Domestic Supply 


236 


Barometers. Barometry 


150 


Town Supply 


237 


Anemometers 


151 


Drinlring Fountains 


240 


Climate 


152 


Filters 


245 


Weather 


153 


Wells 


246 


Forecasts 


154 


Artesian Wells 


251 


Pneumatic Engines 


155 


Hydro-kinematics 


252 


Blowing Machinery 


156 


Capillary Attraction. Capil- 


253 


Fans 




larity 


256 


Bellows 


158 


Siphoning. Siphons 


257 


Blowpipe 


159 


Buoyancy 


258 


Air Pumps 


170 


Hydraulic Engineering 


259 


Other Machines 


171 


Hydraulic Presses 


260 


Compressed Air 


172 


Hoists (Lifts. Elevators) 


261 


Windmills 


173 


Rams 


265 


Aerial Engineering 


174 


Wheels 


266 


Balloons 


175 


Fountains 


267 


Flying Machines 


176 


Pumps 


268 


Aeroplanes 


200 


Meteorology (Climatology) 


269 


Kites 


201 


Atmosphere (Pneumatics) 


270 


Horology 


202 


Composition 


271 


Time (Civil) 


203 


Cosmic Dust 


272 


Hours 


204 


Rainbows. Halos 


273 


Minutes 


205 


Mirages 


274 


Seconds 


206 


Sky 


275 


Solar Time 


210 


Clouds 


276 


Lunar Time 


211 


Rain 


277 


Sidereal Time 


212 


Floods (Inundations) 


278 


Regulation. Synchro- 


213 


Dew. Moisture 




nization 


214 


Hygrometry 


279 


Standards. Zones 


215 


Fogs (Mists. Hazes) 


280 


Watch and Clock-Makini 


216 


Droughts 


281 


Movements 



104 



D282-328 Phys. Science CLASSIFICA TION. Phys. Science D329-380 



D 




D 




282 


Escapements 


329 


Carboniferous 


283 


Trains 


330 


Permian 


284 


Fuzees 


331 


Mesozoic (Secondary) 


285 


Springs 


332 


Triassic 


286 


Balances 


333 


Lower 




Pendulums. See B035 


334 


Middle 


288 


Chimes. Striking Clocks 


335 


Upper 


289 


Other Parts (Dials, 


336 


Jurassic 




Hands, Cases) 


337 


Lower (Lias) 


290 


Watches 


338 


Middle 


291 


Chronometers 


339 


Upper (Oolite) 


292 


Clocks 


340 


Cretaceous 


293 


Hour Glasses 


341 


Lower 


294 


Sun-Dials 


342 


Upper 


295 


Other Time-keepers 


343 


Caenozoic (Tertiary) 


296 


Watch and Clock-Making, 


344 


Lower 




Auxiliary Trades 


345 


Eocene 






346 


Lower 


300 


GEOLOGY 


347 


Middle 


301 


Structural (Tectonic) Geology 


348 


Upper 


302 


Denudation (Erosion) 


349 


Oligocene 


303 


Deposition 


350 


Lower 


304 


Field Geology 


351 


Upper 


305 


Outcrops 


352 


Miocene 


306 


Dips 


353 


Pliocene 


307 


Strikes 


354 


Pleistocene (Quaternary) 


308 


Lamination 


355 


Glacial 


309 


Folds 


356 


Recent 


310 


Dislocations 


360 


Petrology, Lithology (Rocks) 


311 


Faults 


361 


Igneous Roclcs 


312 


Jointing 


362 


Volcanic 


313 


Cleavage 


363 


Plutonic 


314 


Metamorphism 


364 


Lava 


315 


Stratigrapliical Geology 


365 


Pumice 


316 


Archaean 


366 


Felsites 


317 


Palaeozoic 


367 


Basalt 


318 


Cambrian 


368 


Porph3n-y 


319 


Lower 


369 


Granites. Syenites 


320 


Middle 


370 


Sedimentary Rocks 


321 


Upper 


371 


Sandstones 


322 


Ordovician (Lower 


372 


Shale 




Silurian) 


373 


Clays 


323 


Gotlandian (Upper 


374 


Meerschaum 




Silurian) 


375 


Gypsum 


324 


Devonian 


376 


Limestone 


325 


Lower 


377 


Marl 


326 


Middle 


378 


Hornblende 


327 


Upper 


379 


Asbestos 


328 


Old Red Sandstone 


380 


Dolomite 



105 



D381-435 Phys. Science CLA SSIFICA TION. Phys. Science D436-48i 



D 




D 




381 


Crystalline Schists and Meta- 


436 


Alkaline Earth Metals 




morphic Rocks 


437 


Magnesium 


382 


Gneiss 


438 


Calcium 


383 


Schists 


439 


Strontium 


384 


Slates 


440 


Barium 


385 


Marbles 


441 


BeryUium 


386 


Alabaster 


442 


Earth Metals 


387 


Serpentine. Talc (Soap- 


443 


Aluminium 




stone) 


444 


Scandium 


388 


Unclassified Rocks 


445 


Yttrium 


389 


Stalagmites andStalactites 


446 


Lanthanum 


390 


Earths 


447 


Cerium 


391 


Sands 


448 


Neodymium 


395 


Economic Geology 


449 


Praseodymium 


398 


Local Geology 


450 


Ytterbium 




Fossils. See Palaeontology 




Heavy Metals : — 


400 
401 
402 

403 
404 


CRYSTALLOGRAPHY 

Structure and Growth 
Physical Crystallography 
Optical — 
Chemical — 


451 
452 
453 
454 
455 
456 


Iron Group 

Iron 

Bar Iron 

Pig Iron. Cast Iron 

Malleable Iron 

Steel 


410 


MINERALOGY 


457 


Manganese 


411 


Metallic Elements 


458 


Cobalt 


412 


Metalloids 


459 


Nickel 


413 


Haloids 


460 


Chromium 


414 


Sulphides. Arsenides 


461 


Molybdenum 


415 


Sulphur Salts 


462 


Tungsten 


416 


Oxides 


463 


Uranium 


417 


Manganites 


464 


Radium 


418 


Aluminates 


465 


Zinc 


419 


Borates 


466 


Cadmium 


420 


Carbonates 


467 


Copper Group 


421 


Silicates and Titanates 


468 


Copper 


422 


Nitrates. Vanadates 


469 


Lead. Thallium 


423 


Phosphates. Arsenates 


470 


Lead Working 


424 


Niobates. Tantalates 


471 


Plumbing 


425 


Sulphates 


472 


Pewter 


426 


Tellurates 


473 


Mercury 


427 


Chromates 


474 


Silver 


428 


Molybdates. Tungstates 




Base Metals : — 


429 


Uranates 


475 


Antimony. Vanadium 




Light Metals :— 


476 


Bismuth. Niobium 


430 


Alkali Metals 


477 


Tin 


431 


Potassium 


478 


Tinfoil 


432 


Sodium 


479 


Stanneries 


433 


Lithium 


480 


Tinsmiths 


434 


Rubidium 


481 


Tinkers 


435 


Caesium 


482 


Zirconium. Titanium 



106 



D483-551 Phys. Science CLA SSI PICA TION. Phys. Science D552-642 



D 




D 




483 


Thorium 


552 


Collieries 




Noble Metals : — 


555 


Colliers 


485 


Gold 


560 


Peat (Braunkohle) 


486 


Platinum 


561 


Lignite 


487 


Ruthenium 


562 


Briquettes 


488 


Rhodium 


563 


Anthracite 


48q 


Palladium 


565 


Bitumen 


490 


Osmium 


566 


Asphalt 


491 


Iridium 


570 


Liquid Fuel 


492 


Other Minerals 


575 


Other Fuels 


493 


Ammonium 






494 


Borax 


600 


METALLURGY 


495 


Calomel 


601 


Smelting 


496 


Cinnabar 


602 


Blast Furnaces 


497 


Graphite. Plumbago. 


603 


Open Hearth Furnaces 




Black Lead 


604 


Ores 


498 


Mica 


605 


Bullion 


499 


Pyrites 


606 


Refining and Parting 


500 


Quartz 


607 


Chlorination 


501 


Flints 


608 


Cyanide Process 


510 


Precious Stones 


609 


Slags 


511 


Lapidary Work (Glyptics) 


610 


Electro-Metallurgy. See also 


512 


Artificial Precious Stones 




D728 Electrolysis 


513 


Diamonds 


615 


Assaying 


514 


Corundum 


616 


Amalgams 


515 


Rubies 


617 


Alloys 


516 


Sapphires 


618 


Metallography 


517 


Spinels 


620 


Mining Engineering 


518 


Beryls 


621 


Prospecting 


519 


Emeralds 


622 


Placer Mining 


520 


Topaz 


623 


Boring 


521 


Garnets (Carbuncles) 


624 


Shafts 


522 


Opals 


625 


Ventilation 


523 


Turquoises 


626 


Choke Damp 


524 


Amethysts 


627 


Timbering and Shoreing 


525 


Chalcedony 


629 


Explosions 


526 


Agates 


630 


Fire Damp 


527 


Onyx 




Miners' Lamps. See C141 


528 


Carnelian 




Lamps 


529 


Jasper 




Lighting of Mines. See 


530 


Felspar 




C140 Lighting 


531 


Malachite 


633 


Blasting 


532 


Lapis-lazuli 


634 


Winding Machinery. See 


533 


Amber 




also B120 Hoists 


534 


Jet 


635 


Miners 


535 


Jade (Nephrite) 


638 


Quarrying 


536 


Pearls 


640 


Metal Trades 


550 


Fuels 


641 


Metal Working 


551 


Coal 


642 


Casting and Founding 



107 



D643-700 Phys. Science CLA SSIFICA TION. Phys. Science D701-759 



D 




D 




643 


Moulding 


701 


Alchemy 


645 


Foundries 


702 


Transmution of Metals 


646 


Armour Plates 




(Philosopher's Stone) 


647 


Pipes. Tubes 


703 


Elixir of Life 


648 


Stoves 


704 


Menstruum (Alkahest). See 


649 


Hollow Ware (Pots, Pans, 




also D708 




Kettles) 


705 


Physical Chemistry 


650 


Hardening and Tempering 


706 


Atomic Theory and Weights 


651 


Annealing 


707 


Periodic Law 


652 


Welding 


708 


Solubility. See also D704 


653 


Swaging 


709 


Fusion 


654 


Soldering and Brazing 


710 


SoUdifi cation 


655 


Surface Protection 


711 


Vaporization 


656 


Galvanizing 


712 


Condensation 


657 


Gilding 


713 


Filtration 


658 


Corrosion. Rust 


714 


Phase Rule. Equilibria 




See also D728 Electro- 


715 


Chemical Action and Afi&nity 




lytics, and D945-51 


716 


Allotropy 




Paints 


717 


Isomerism 


660 


Blacksmithing. Forges 


720 


Gases (Fluids) 


661 


Forging 


721 


Kinetics 


662 


Drop Forging 


722 


Motions 


663 


Anvils 


723 


Osmose 


664 


Brass-working 


724 


Measurements 


665 


Brass 


725 


Laws 


666 


Bronze 


726 


Liquefication 


667 


Phosphor Bronze 


727 


Electro-chemistry 


668 


Ormolu 


728 


Electrolytics (Electrolysis) 


669 


Gun metal 


729 


Thermo-Chemistry 


670 


Sheet-metal working 


730 


Analysis 


671 


Metal Spinning 


731 


Qualitative 


672 


Repousse Work 


732 


Quantitative 


673 


Chain Making. See also 


733 


Volumetric Analysis 




B684 Anchors 


734 


Adulterations. Public 


674 


Nail Making. Rivets. Bolts, 




Ansdysts 




etc. 


735 


Synthesis 


675 


Wire 


736 


Salts 


676 


Wire Working 


737 


AlkaUs 


679 


Cutlery 


738 


Alkimetry 


680 


Needles. Pins 


750 


Inorganic Chemistry 


681 


Locks and Keys. See also 


751 


Non-Metals 




L962 Safes 


753 


Hydrogen and the Halo- 


685 


Plate 




gens 


686 


Hall-marking 


754 


Hydrogen 


687 


Other Marks & Standards 


755 


Fluorine 


690 


Ironmongery 


756 


Chlorine 


691 


Ironmongers 


757 


Hydrochloric Acid 






758 


Bromine 


700 


CHEMISTRY 


759 


Iodine 



108 



D760-859 Phys. Science CLASSIFICA TION. Phys. Science D860-925 



D 

760 


Oxygen Group 


D 

860 


Nitric 


761 


Oxygen 


861 


Oxalic 


762 


Sulphur 


862 


Phosphoric 


763 


Selenium 


863 


Pyrogallic 


764 


Tellurium 


864 


Sulphuric 


770 


Nitrogen Group 


865 


Sulphurous 


771 


Nitrogen 


866 


Tannic 


772 


Phosphorus 


867 


Tartaric 


773 


Arsenic 


868 


Uric 


774 


Cyanogen 


869 


Others 


780 


Carbon Group 


870 


Carbohydrates 


781 


Carbon 


871 


Saccharine 


782 


Silicon 


872 


Dextrine. Glucose. 


783 


Boron 




Grape Sugar 


790 


Argon Group 


873 


Starch. Cellulose 


791 


Argon 


875 


Albuminous Substances 


792 


Helium 




(Albuminoids) 




Metals, General. See 


876 


Proteids 




D410 Mineralogy 


877 


Gelatines 


800 


Organic Chemistry 


878 


Bihary Substances 


801 


Fatty Compounds 


879 


Musk 


810 


Hydrocarbons 


880 


Pepsin 


811 


Benzines 


890 


Carbocyclic Compounds 


812 


Vaselines 


895 


Heterocyclic Compounds 


813 


Paraf&ns. Petroleum 


896 


Alkaloids 


814 


Naphthalene 






815 


Others 


900 


CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY 


816 


Halogen Derivatives 


901 


Chemicals 


820 


Alcohols 


902 


Vegetable Products 


821 


Methyl Alcohols 


903 


Animal — 


822 


Ethyl — 


904 


Mineral — 


823 


Chloral 


905 


Coal Tar Derivatives 


824 


Chloroform 


906 


Destructive Distillation 


825 


Iodoform 


907 


Waste Products, Utilization 


826 


Phenols 


910 


Explosives 


830 


Ethers 


911 


Dynamite. Gun Cotton 


835 


Aldehydes 


912 


Gunpowder 


840 


Ketones. Quinones 


913 


Nitro-Glycerine 


850 


Acids 


914 


Cordite. Melinite 


851 


Acetic 


915 


Others 


852 


Boracic 


916 


Fireworks (Pyrotechnics) 


853 


Carbolic 


917 


Ammunition (General) 


854 


Carbonic 


918 


Cartridges 


855 


Citric 


920 


Gas Manufacture 


856 


GaUic 


921 


Gas Lighting 


857 


Hydrobromic 


922 


Acetylene 


858 


Hydrocyanic (Prussic 


923 


Calcium Carbide 




Acid) 


924 


Mond Gas 


859 


Lactic 


925 


Water Gas 



109 



D926-976 Phys. Science CLASSIFICA TION. 



D 

926 
927 
928 
929 
930 
931 
935 
936 
937 
938 

939 
940 

941 

942 

943 

944 

945 

946 

947 
948 

949 
950 
951 
952 

953 
954 
955 
956 
957 
958 

959 
960 

961 

962 

965 
966 
967 
968 
969 
970 
971 
972 
973 
974 
975 
976 



Phys. Science D977-999 
Biol. Science EOOO-018 



Other Gases 


977 


Sevres 


Incandescent. Lamps 


978 


Dresden 


Gas Holders 


979 


Vienna 


Gas Fitting 


980 


Worcester 


Meters 


981 


Derby 


Burners 


982 


Chelsea 


Oils, Fats, Stearine, etc. 


983 


Staffordshire 


OUs 


984 


Delft [Wares 


Essential Oils 


985 


Other Potteries and 


Soaps 


986 


Marks and Monograms 


Candles 


987 


Glass 


Lubricants. Greases 


988 


Glass Blowing 


Lard 


989 


Crystal 


Glycerine 


990 


Flint Glass 


Perfumery 


991 


Venetian Glass 


Margarine (Artificial 


992 


Plate Glass 


Butter) 


993 


Stained Glass 


Colours, Paints, Adhesives, 


994 


Bottles 


etc. 


995 


Bottling 


Colours and Pigments 


996 


Stoppering 


Artists' Colours 


997 


Sand Blast 


Paints 


998 


Glazing 


White Lead 


999 


Glazier Trade 


Putty 






Varnishes 

Glues. Adhesives, General 


[j E-F BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE. 


(Viscosity) 


E- 


' T'"^ 


Gums 


000 


BIOLOGY, General 


Cements 


001 


Origin of Life. Spontaneous 


Resins 




generation (Epigenesis) 


Tars and Pitch 


002 


Nature of Life 


Waxes 


003 


Cytology (Cell Theory) 


Sealing Wax 


004 


Protoplasm 


Drysaltery 


005 


Lowest Living Forms. (Not 


Oil and Colour Trades 




definitely assigned to 


Cleaning Materials 




Botany or Zoology) 


Other Cleansers, etc. 


006 


Biometrics 


Pottery (Ceramics) 


007 


Special or Divine Creation 


Clays 


008 


Evolution 


Bodies 


009 


Development. Growth 


Potter's Wheel 


010 


Ontogeny 


Glazes 


on 


Phylogeny 


Lead Glazes 


012 


Variation 


Earthenware 


013 


Natural Selection 


Porcelain 


014 


Survival of the Fittest , 


Stoneware 


015 


Species 


Majolica 


016 


Ecology (Environment) 


Faiences 


017 


Heredity 


Potteries and Wares 


018 


Atavism 



110 



E019-065 Biol. Science 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Biol. Science E066-122 



019 Anatomy, Comparative 

020 Osteology. Odontology 

031 Craniology 

022 Dissection 

023 Physiology, Comparative 

024 Chemical Physiology 

025 Blood and Circulation 

026 Respiration 

027 Transpiration 

028 Nervous System 

029 Nutrition (Alimentation) 

030 Digestion 
03 T Hunger 

032 Thirst 

033 Absorption 

034 Secretion 

035 Excretion 

036 Pigmentation 

037 Animal Heat 

038 Periodicity 

040 Sleep 

041 Hibernation 

042 Migration 

043 Animal Movements 

044 Walking 

045 Flying 

046 Swimming 

047 Organography, Comparative 

048 Morphology — 

049 Histology (Tissues) — 

050 Metabolism (Palingenesis) 

051 Pathology, Comparative 

052 Etiology 

053 Teratology 

054 Abnormalities. Herma- 

phroditism 

055 Degeneration 

056 Putrefaction 

057 Death 

058 Longevity 

060 Reproduction, Comparative 

(Genesiology) 

061 Asexual Reproduction 

(Parthogenesis) 

062 Abiogenesis 

063 Metagenesis (Alternation 

of Generation) 

064 Sexual Reproduction 

065 Copulation 



E 

066 
068 
069 
070 
071 
072 



073 
074 

075 

076 
077 
078 
079 
080 
081 
082 
085 
086 
087 



Determination of Sex 

Embryology 

Propagation 
Cultivation 

Hybridization 
Ethology {inclusive heading 
for groups of subjects 
between 060 and 077) 
Habits 
Instinct 

Protection Methods (Protec- 
tive resemblances) 

Mimicry 
Coloration 
Local Biology 
Marine Biology 
Geographical Distribution 

Acclimatization 
Parasites (General) 
Taxidermy 

Collector's Manuals 

Preparation of Specimens 



090 PALAEONTOLOGY 



100 


BOTANY (Phytology) 


lOI 


Seeds 


102 


Seedlings 


103 


Sporangia 


104 


Roots 


105 


Bulbs 


106 


Tubers 


107 


Thallus 


108 


Shoots 


109 


Branches 


110 


Thorns and Spikes 


III 


Hairs 


112 


Stems 


113 


Bark 


114 


Phyllotaxy (Arrangement of 




Leaves) 


115 


Leaves 


116 


Foliage Plants 


117 


Chlorophyll 


118 


Other Members 


119 


Fertilization 


120 


Pollination 


121 


Entomophily (Insects), 


122 


Anemophily (Wind) 



III 



E123-170 Biol. Science CLASSIFICATION. Biol. Science £171-254 



E 




E 




123 


Inflorescence 


171 


Floral Regions 


124 


Abortion 


172 


Local Floras 


125 


Flowers 


173 


Field Botany and Collect- 


126 


Buds 




ing 


127 


^Estivation 


174 


Wild Flowers and Plants 


128 


Perianth 




(Wild Gardens) 


129 


Androecium (Stamens) 


175 


Exotic Plants 


130 


Gynceceum (Carpels. 


176 


Economic Botany, General 




Pistils) 


180 


Botanic Gardens 


131 


Scent of Flowers 


185 


Herbaria 


132 


Colours of Flowers 


192 


Orders, Families and Kinds of 


133 


Irritability of Plants 


Plants 


134 


Language of Flowers 




(Arrangement based on Classi- 


140 


Fruits 




fication of Engeler) 


141 


Achenes 

Nnte 


195 


Palseo-Botany 


142 
143 


1^ LlLo 

Schizocarps 


200 


Cryptogamic Botany 


144 


Follicles 


205 


Thallophyta 


145 


Legumes (Pods) 


206 


Schizophyta 


146 


Capsules 


207 


Blue-green Algae 


147 


Berries 


208 


Cyanophycese 


148 


Drupes 


210 


Bacteria 


149 


Pomes 


211 


Schizomycetes 


150 


Gourds 


212 


Microbes 


151 


Forms of Vegetation 


213 


Ferments 


152 


Herbs 


214 


Fermentation 


153 


Trees (Dendrology) 


215 


Yeast 


154 


Shrubs 


216 


Diastase 


155 


Hydrophytes (Water 


217 


Bacteriology 




Plants) 


220 


Dinoflagellata 


156 


Pelagic Botany (Plank- 


221 


Peridineae 




ton) 


222 


Bacillariales 


157 


Xerophytes (Low tran- 


224 


Diatomaceae (Diatoms) 




spiration) 


225 


Gamophycea 


158 


Halophytes (Coast and 


226 


Chlorophycese (Green Algae) 




salt steppe plants) 


227 


Protococcoidese 


159 


Mesophytes 


228 


Siphoneae 


160 


Aerophytes (Air Plants) 


229 


Confervoidese 


161 


Epiphytes (Non-parasitic 


230 


Conjugatse 




chngers) 


231 


Charales 


162 


Climbing Plants 


232 


Phseophyceae 


163 


Parasitical Plants 


233 


Dictyotales 


164 


Saprophytes 


235 


Floridese (Red Seaweeds) 


165 


Insectivorous Plants 


240 


Seaweeds, General 


166 


Galls 


250 


Fungi (Mycology) 


167 


Distribution of Plants 


251 


Phyeomycetes 


168 


Island Floras 


252 


Oomycetes 


169 


Mountain Floras 


253 


Zygomycetes 


170 


Zones of Vegetation 


254 


Mesomycetes 



112 



E255-330 Biol. Science 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Biol. Science E381-379 



E 

255 Mycomycetes 

256 Ascomycetes 

257 Exoascaceas 

258 Perisporiacese 

259 P5n:enomycetes 

260 Discomycetes 

265 Mushrooms, General 

266 Truffles 
270 Archegoniatse 

275 Bryophyta 

276 Hepaticse (Liverworts) 

277 Musci (Mosses. Bryology) 
280 Pteridophyta (Vascular Cryp- 
togams) 

285 Filices (Ferns) 

290 Hydropterides(Phizocarps) 

293 Equisetales (Horsetails) 

295 Lycopodiales (Club Mosses) 

300 Phanerogamia (Spermaphyta — 

Flowering Plants) 

301 Gymnospermse 

302 Cordiateae 

303 Cycadales 

304 Cycadaceas 

305 Bennettitales 

306 Ginkgoales 

307 Coniferales 

308 Coniferse 

309 Araucariaciee 

310 Arcaucaria(Chili Pines — 

Monkey Puzzle) 

311 Abietinese 

312 Pines 

313 Cedars 

314 Deodars 

315 Larches 

316 Firs 

317 Taxodiinas 

318 Sequoias 

319 Red Wood 

320 Cupressineae 

321 Cypresses 

323 Junipers 

324 Podocarpeae 

325 Taxese 

326 Yews 

327 Gnetales 

328 Gnetacese 
330 Angiospermse 



E 

331 Monocotyledones 

332 Pandanales 

333 Typhaceffi 

334 Pandanaceae 

335 Sparganiaceae 

336 Helobieae 

337 Potamogetonaceae 

338 Naiadaceae 

339 Aponogetonacea£ 

340 Juncaginaceae 

341 Alismaceae 

342 Butomaceae 

343 Triuridaceae 

344 Hydrocharitaceae 

345 Glumiflorse 

346 Gramineae 

347 Maize (Indian Corn) 

348 Sugar Cane 

349 Millet. Sorghum 

350 Rice 

351 Grasses (General) 

352 Oats 

353 Rye 

354 Wheat 

355 Barley 

356 Bamboos 

357 Cyperaceae 

358 Papyrus 

359 Sedges 

360 Bulrushes 

361 Principes 

362 Palmae 

363 Dates 

364 Cocoa-nut (Copra) 

365 Sago 

366 Areca (Betel Nuts', 

367 Synanthiae 

368 Cyclanthaceae 

369 Spathiflorae 

370 Araceae 

371 Lemnaceee 

372 Farinosae 

373 Flagellariaceae 

374 Restionaceae 

375 Centrolepidacese 

376 Mayacaceae 

377 Xyridaceae 

378 Eriocaulacese 

379 Rapateaceae 



113 



E380-428 Biol. Science 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Biol. Science E430-477 



£ 




E 




380 


Bromeliaceae 


430 


Dicotyledons 


381 


Pine Apples 


431 


Archichlamydeae 


382 


Commelinacese 


432 


Piperales 


383 


Pontederiaceae 


433 


Saururaceae 


384 


Philydraceffi 


434 


Piperaceae 


385 


Liliiflorae 


435 


Pepper 


386 


Juncaceas 


436 


Chloranthaceas 


387 


Rushes 


437 


Lacistemaceas 


388 


Stemonaceae 


438 


Juglandales 


389 


Liliacese 


439 


Juglandaceas 


390 


Asparagus 


440 


Myricacese 


391 


Garlic 


441 


Leitneriaceae 


392 


Onions 


442 


Salicales 


393 


Leeks 


443 


Salicaceae 


394 


Aloes 


444 


Willows 


395 


Tulips 


445 


Poplars 


396 


Lilies 


446 


Aspens 


397 


Hyacinths 


447 


Fagales 


398 


Lily of the Valley 


448 


Betulaceae 


399 


Sarsaparilla 


449 


Hornbeams 


400 


Haemodoraceae 


450 


Hazels 


401 


Amaryllidaceas 


451 


Birches 


402 


Amaryllis 


452 


Alders 


403 


Narcissus 


453 


Fagaceae 


404 


Snowdrops 


454 


Beeches 


405 


Velloziaceae 


455 


Chestnuts 


406 


Taccaceae 


456 


Oaks 


407 


Dioscoreaceae 


457 


Cork Tree 


408 


Yams 


458 


Casuarinaceae 


409 


Iridacese 


459 


Walnut 


410 


Crocuses 


460 


Urticales 


411 


Iris 


461 


Ulmaceae 


412 


Gladiolus 


462 


Elms 


413 


Scitamineae 


463 


Moraceas 


414 


Musaceas 


464 


Mulberry 


415 


Bananas 


465 


Hops 


416 


Plantains 


466 


Bread Fruit 


417 


Traveller's Tree 


467 


Hemp(Cannabis— Hash 


418 


Zingiberaceae 




ish, Bhang) 


419 


Ginger 


468 


India Rubber Tree 


420 


Cardamoms 


469 


Banyan Tree 


421 


Cannaceae 


470 


Fig Tree (Figs) 


422 


Marantaceae 


471 


Urticaceae 


423 


Arrowroot 


472 


Nettles 


424 


Microspermae 


473 


Rhea Fibre 


425 


Burmanniaceae 


474 


Proteales 


426 


Orchidaceae 


475 


Proteace^ 


427 


Orchids 


476 


Santalales 


428 


Vanilla 


477 


Loranthaceas 



114 



E478-526 Biol. Science CLASSIFICATION. Biol. Science E527-576 



E 




E 


478 


Mistletoe 


527 


479 


Myzodendrace^ 


528 


480 


Santalacese 


529 


481 


Sandalwood 


530 


482 


Grubbiaceee 


531 


483 


Olacaceas 


532 


484 


Balanophoracese 


533 


485 


Aristolochiales 


534 


486 


Aristolochiaceae 


535 


487 


Rafflesiaceas 


536 


488 


Hydnoraceae 


537 


489 


Polygonales 


538 


490 


Polygonaceae 


539 


491 


Rhubarb 


540 


492 


Buckwheat 


541 


493 


Centrospermae 


542 


494 


Chenopodiaceae 


543 


495 


Beetroots 


544 


496 


Mangolds 


545 


497 


Spinach 


546 


498 


Amarantaceae 




499 


Nyctaginaceas 


547 


500 


Cynocrambaceae 


548 


501 


Batidaceae 


549 


502 


Phytolaccaceas 


550 


503 


Aizoaceas 


551 


504 


Portulacaceae 


552 


505 


Basellaceae 


553 


506 


Caryophyllaceae 


554 


507 


Carnations 


555 


508 


Sweet Williams 


556 


509 


Ranales 


557 


510 


Nymphaeaceae 


558 


511 


Lotus 


559 


512 


Victoria Water Lily 


560 


513 


White Water Lilies 


561 


514 


Yellow Water Lilies 


562 


515 


Ceratophyllaceae 


563 


516 


Magnoliaceae 


564 


517 


Magnolia 




518 


Lactoridaceae 


565 


519 


Trochodendraceae 


566 


520 


Anonaceae 


570 


521 


Myrioticaceae 


571 


522 


Nutmegs 


572 


523 


Ranunculaceae 


573 


524 


Paeony 


574 


525 


Marsh Marigold 


575 


526 


Hellebore 


576 



Columbine 

Monkshood (Aconite) 

Anemones 

Clematis 

Buttercups 

Celandine 
Lardizabalaceae 
Berberidaceae 

Barberry 
Menispermaceae 
Calycanthaceae 
Monimiaceas 
Lauraceae 

Cinnamon 

Camphor 

Sassafras 

Laurels 
Hernandiaceas 
Rhoeadales 

Papaveraceas. (Poppies 

Opium.) 
Cruciferae 

Brassica 

Mustard 

Cabbages 

Cauliflowers 

Brocoli 

Kale 

Turnips 

Rape 

Watercresses 

Nasturtiums 
Tovariaceae 
Capparidaceae 
Resedaceae 

Mignonette 
Moringaces 
Sarraceniales 

Sarraceniaceae (Pitcher 

Plants) 
Nepenthaceae 
Droseraceae 
Rosales 

Podostemaceae 
Crassulaceae 
Cephalotaceae 
Saxifragaceae 

Grass of Parnassus 

Hydrangeas 



115 



E577-624 Biol. Science 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Biol. Science E625-673 



E 




E 




577 


Currants 


625 


Tares 


578 


Gooseberries 


626 


Beans 


579 


Cunoniacese 


627 


Peas 


580 


Myrothamnacese 


628 


Sweet-Peas 


581 


Pittosporacese 


629 


Scarlet-Runners 


582 


Hamamelidacese 


630 


French Beans 


583 


Bruniacese 


631 


Lentils 


584 


Platanaceae 


632 


Geraniales 


585 


Plane Trees 


633 


Geraniaceae 


586 


Rosaceas 


634 


Pelargoniums 


587 


SpircBa 


635 


Geraniums 


588 


Pyrus — 


636 


Oxalidaceae 


589 


Rowans (Mountain Ash) 


637 


Tropaeolaceas 


590 


Apples 


638 


Linaceae 


591 


Pears 


639 


Flax 


592 


Quinces 


640 


Linseed 


593 


Pomology 


641 


Humiriaceae 


594 


Rubus — 


642 


Erythroxylaceae 


595 


Raspberries 


643 


Coca 


596 


Brambles (Blackberries) 


644 


Zygophyllaceae 


597 


Fragana — 


645 


Lignum vitae 


598 


Strawberries 


646 


Creosote 


600 


Roses 


647 


Cneoraceas 


601 


Prunus — 


648 


Rutaceae 


602 


Apricots 


649 


Rue 


603 


Plums 


650 


Angostiua Bark 


604 


Prunes 


651 


Satinwood 


605 


Almonds 


652 


Citrons 


606 


Peaches 


653 


Lemons 


607 


Nectarines 


654 


Limes 


608 


Cherries 


655 


Oranges 


609 


Connaraceae 


656 


Simarubacese 


610 


Leguminosae 


657 


Quassia 


611 


Acacias. Indigofera 


658 


Burseraceag 




(Indigo) 


659 


Myrrh 


612 


Mimosa (Sensitive 


660 


Frankincense 




Plant) 


661 


Meliaceae 


613 


Logwood 


662 


Mahogany 


614 


Cassia (Senna) 


663 


Malpighiaceae 


615 


Tamarinds 


664 


Trigoniaceae 


616 


Copaiba 


665 


Vochysiaceae 


617 


Sainfoin 


666 


Tremandraceae 


618 


Pea-nuts 


667 


Polygalacese 


619 


Gorse (Furze, Whins) 


668 


Chailletiaceas 


620 


Laburnums 


669 


Euphorbiaceas 


621 


Lucerne 


670 


Spurge 


622 


Clovers 


671 


Croton 


623 


Shamrock 


672 


Castor-oil plant 


624 


Vetches 


673 


Cassava (Tapioca) 



116 



E674-719 Biol. Science CLASSIFICATION. Biol. Science E720-768 



E 




E 




674 


Callitrichacege 


720 


Bombacaceae 


675 


Sapindales 


721 


Baobabs 


676 


Buxacese 


722 


Durians 


677 


Boxwood 


723 


Sterculiaceae 


678 


Empetraceae 


724 


Cacao (Cocoa or Choco- 


679 


Coriariacese 


725 


Kola [late) 


680 


Cyrillaceae 


726 


Parietales 


681 


Limnanthacese 


727 


Dilleniacese 


682 


Anacardiacese 


728 


Eucryphiaceae 


683 


Mangoes 


729 


Ochnaceae 


684 


Pistachio Nuts 


730 


Caryocaraceae 


685 


Celastracese 


731 


Marcgraviaceae 


686 


Euonymus 


732 


Quiinaceae 


687 


Aquifoliaceee 


733 


Chlaenaceae 


688 


Holly 


734 


Theaceae 


689 


Stackhousiaceae 


735 


Tea 


690 


Hippocrateaceae 


736 


Camellias 


691 


Icacinaceae 


737 


Stachyuraceae 


692 


Staphyleaceas 


738 


Guttiferae 


693 


Aceraceae 


739 


St. John's Wort 


694 


Sycamore 


740 


Ironwood 


695 


Maple 


741 


Dipterocarpaceae 


696 


Hippocastanaceae 


742 


Ancistrocladaceae 


697 


Horse-chestnuts 


743 


Elatinaceae 


698 


Sapindaceas 


744 


Tamaricacese 


699 


Lychees 


745 


Frankeniaceae 


700 


Sabiaceae 


746 


Cistaceffi 


701 


Melianthaceae 


747 


Bixaceae 


702 


Balsaminaceae 


748 


Canellaceae 


703 


Rhamnales 


749 


Koeberliniaceae 


704 


Rhamnaceas 


750 


Violaceae 


705 


Cascara 


751 


Violets 


706 


Vitaceae 


752 


Pansies 


707 


Grape Vines 


753 


Flacourtiaceae 




Viticulture. See also 


754 


Turneraceae 




I860 Wines 


755 


Malesherbiaceae 


708 


Raisins 


756 


Passifloraceae 


709 


Virginia Creepers (Am- 


757 


Passion Flowers 




pelopsis Veitchii) 


758 


Caricaceae 


710 


Malvales 


759 


Loasaceas 


711 


Elseocarpaceae 


760 


Begoniaceae 


712 


Tiliaceae 


761 


Begonias 


713 


Lime Tree 


762 


Datiscacese 


714 


Malvaceas 


763 


Opuntiales 


715 


Marsh mallows 


764 


Cactaceae 


716 


Hollyhocks 


765 


Cactuses 


717 


Mallows 


766 


Prickly Pears 


718 


Hibiscus 


767 


Tliymelaeales 


719 


Cotton plant 


768 


Geissolomaceae 



117 



E769-816 Biol. Science CLASSIFICATION. Biol. Science E817- 



E 




E 




769 


Penaeacese 


817 


Lennoaceae 


770 


Oliniacese 


818 


Ericaceae 


771 


Thymelaeacese 


819 


Rhododendrons 


772 


Elaeagnaceae 


820 


Huckleberries 


77Z 


Myrtiflorse 


821 


Whortleberries 


774 


Lythraceae 


822 


Cranberries 


775 


Purple Loostrife 


823 


Heathers (Lings 


776 


Blattiaceas 


824 


Heaths 


777 


Punicacese 


825 


Epacridaceffi 


778 


Pomegranates 


826 


Diapensiacese 


779 


Lecythidacese 


827 


Primulales 


780 


Brazil Nuts 


828 


Myrsinaceae 


781 


Rhizophoraceae 


829 


Primulaceae 


782 


Mangroves 


830 


Primulas 


783 


Myrtaceae 


831 


Primroses 


784 


Myrtles 


832 


Cowslips 


785 


Guavas 


833 


Auriculas 


786 


Allspice 


834 


Cyclamens 


7^7 


Cloves 


835 


Plumbaginaceae 


788 


Eucalyptus (Blue Gum 


836 


Ebenales 




Tree) 


837 


Sapotaceae 


789 


Combretaceffi 


838 


Ebenaceae 


790 


Melastomaceas 


839 


Ebony 


791 


Onagraceae 


840 


Persimmons 


792 


Fuchsias 


841 


Symplocaceas 


793 


Hydrocaryaceee 


842 


Styracaceae 1 


794 


Haloragidaceae 


843 


Contortse 


795 


Umbelliflorse 


844 


Oleaceae 


796 


Araliacese 


845 


Ash trees 


797 


Ivy 


846 


Syringas (Lilacs) 


798 


Ginseng 


847 


Olive Tree (Olives) 


799 


Umbelliferse 


848 


Privet 


800 


Hemlock 


849 


Jasmine 


801 


Celery 


850 


Salvadoraceae 


802 


Caraways 


851 


Loganiaceae 


803 


Parsley 


852 


Nux Vomica (Strychnos) 


804 


Aniseed 


853 


Gentianaceae 


805 


Fennel 


854 


Gentians 


806 


Samphire 


855 


Apocynaceae 


807 


Angelica 


856 


Oleanders 


808 


Asafoetida 


857 


Asclepiadaceae 


809 


Parsnips 


858 


Stephanotis 


810 


Coriander 


860 


Tubiflorse 


811 


Carrots 


861 


Convolvulaceae 


812 


Cornaceee 


862 


Jalap 


813 


Sympetalae 


863 


Convolvulus 


814 


Erlcales 


864 


Polemoniaceae 


815 


Clethraceae 


865 


Phlox 


816 


Pyrolaceas 


866 


Hydrophyllaceas 



118 



E867-915 Biol. Science CLASSIFICATION. Biol. Science £916-969 



E 




E 




867 


Boraginaceae 


916 


Gardenia 


868 


Heliotrope 


917 


Coffee 


869 


Borage 


918 


Uragoga (Ipecacuanha) 


870 


Verbenacese 


919 


Madder 


871 


Verbena 


920 


Caprifoliaceae 


872 


Labiatae 


921 


Elders 


873 


Rosemary 


922 


Guelder Roses 


874 


Lavender 


923 


Honeysuckle 


875 


Sage 


924 


Adoxaceae 


876 


Marjorum 


925 


AggregataB 


877 


Thyme 


926 


Valerianaceae 


878 


Mint 


927 


Valerian 


879 


Pennyroyal 


928 


Dipsaceae 


880 


Patchouli 


930 


Campanulatae 


881 


Phr5anaceae 


931 


Cucurbitaceae 


882 


Nolanaceae 


932 


Luffa (Loofah Bath 


883 


Solanacese 




Sponges) 


884 


Belladonna 


933 


Melons 


885 


Henbane 


934 


Colocynth 


886 


Capsicum 


935 


Cucumbers 


887 


Potatoes 


936 


Pumpkins 


888 


Tomatoes 


937 


Vegetable Marrows 


889 


Mandrake 


940 


Campanulaceae 


890 


Petunia 


941 


Bluebells 


891 


Nicotiana (Tobacco 


942 


Canterbury Bells 




Plant) 


943 


Lobelias 


892 


Scrophulariaceffi 


944 


Goodeniaceae 


893 


Calceolarias 


945 


CandoUeaceae 


894 


Musk plants 


946 


Calyceraceae 


895 


Veronica 


950 


Compositae 


896 


Digitalis (Foxglove) 


951 


Daisies 


897 


Lentibulariaceae 


952 


Michaelmas Daisies 


898 


Orobanchaceae 


953 


China Aster 


900 


Gesneracese 


954 


Compass Plant 


901 


Gloxinias 


955 


Xanthium 


902 


Columelliacese 


956 


Sunflowers 


903 


Bigoniaceas 


957 


Jerusalem Artichokes 


904 


Pedaliaceae 


958 


Dahlias 


905 


Sesame 


959 


Chamomile 


906 


Martyniaceae 


960 


Chrysanthemums 


907 


Globulariaceae 


961 


Wormwood 


908 


Acanthaceae 


962 


Coltsfoot (Tussilago^ 


909 


Acanthus 


963 


Marigolds 


910 


Myoporacese 


964 


Thistles 


911 


Plantaginales 


965 


Artichokes 


912 


Plantaginaceae 


966 


Cornflowers 


913 


Rublales 


967 


Chicory 


914 


Rubiaceae [Bark) 


968 


Dandelions 


915 


Cinchona (Peruvian 


969 


Lettuces 



119 



FOOO-075 Biol. Science 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Biol. Science F080-143 



000 ZOOLOGY 

{Animal Functions and 
Parts take Categorical 
Numbers from Bio- 
logical series) 

ooi Animal Life 

002 Reason in Animals 

003 Cruelty to Animals 

004 Bestiaries (Kindness to 

Animals) 

005 Vivisection 

006 Hair 

007 Horns 

008 Claws and Nails 
oog Other Parts 

020 Menageries 

021 Zoological Gardens 

022 Aquaria 
025 Local Faunas 

030 Economic Zoology, General 
035 Marine Zoology, General 

040 Palseo-Zoology 

041 Orders, Families and Kinds of 

Animals 
{Arrangement based on Classi- 
fication of Hertwig) 
045 Invertebrata 

050 Protozoa (Animalculae) 

051 Hhizopoda 

052 Monera 

053 Lobosa (Amoebina) 

054 Heliozoa (Sun Animal- 

cules) 

055 Radiolaria 

056 Foraminifera (Thalamo- 

phora, Reticularia) 

057 Mycetozoa (Slime animals) 

060 Flagellata (Mastigophora) 

061 Autofiagellata 

062 Dinoflagellata (Cilioflagel- 

lata) 

063 Cystofiagellata 

070 Ciliata (Infusoria) 

071 Holotricha 

072 Heterotricha 

073 Peritricha 

074 Hypotricha 

075 Suctoria (Actinetaria) 



F 

080 Sporozoa 

081 Gregarinida 

082 . Coccidiae 

083 Ha;mosporida 

084 Myxosporida 

085 Sarcosporida 
100 Metazoa 

loi Porifera(Spongida — Sponges) 

102 Calcispongiae 

103 Silicispongiae 

105 Coelenterata (Cnidaria, Nema- 

tophora) 

106 Hydrozoa (Hydromedusae, 

Zoophytes) 

107 Hydraria 

108 Hydrocorallinae 

109 Tubularise — ^Anthome- 

dusse (Gymnoblastea) 

no Campanularias — Leptome- 
dusse 

111 Trachomedusae 

112 Narcomedusae 

113 Siphonophora 

115 Scyphozoa (Scyphomedusae) 

116 Stauromedusas 

117 Peromedusas 

118 Cubomedusae 
iig Discomedusae 

120 Anthozoa (Actinozoa — 

Corals. Sea Anemones 

121 Tetracoralla 

122 Octocoralla 

123 Hexacoralla 

124 Ctenophora (Comb-bearers. 

Jelly-fish) 

130 Vermes (Worms) 

131 Platyhelminthes (Flatworms) 

132 Turbellaria 

133 Polycladidea 

134 Tricladidea 

135 Rhabdocaelida 

136 Trematoda 

137 Polystomias (Monogenea) 

138 Distomiffi (Digenea) 

139 Cestoda (Tapeworms) 

140 Nemertini 

141 Rotifera (Rotatoria) 

142 Coelhelminthes 

143 Chsetognathi 



120 



F144-203 Biol, Science CLASSIFICATION. 



Biol. Science F204-261 



144 Nemathelminthes (Round- 

worms) 

145 Nematoda 

146 Gordiacea 

147 Acanthocephala 

148 Annelida (Ringed worms) 

149 Chaetopoda (Bristle-footed 

worms) 

150 Polychsetse (Marine worms) 

151 Oligocliaetae (Earth worms) 

155 Gephyraea 

156 Chaetiferi (Armata) 

157 Inermes (Achseta) 

158 Priapuloidea 

160 Hirudinei (Discophori — 

Leeches) 

161 Gnathobdellidae 

162 Rhynchobdellidas 

163 Polyzoa (Bryozoa — Moss 

Animals) 

164 Entoprocta 

165 Eetoprocta 

166 Phoronida 

167 Brachiopoda (Lampshells) 

168 Ecardines 

169 Testicardines 

170 Echinoderma (Radiata) 

171 Asteroidea (Star Fish) 

172 Ophiuroidea (Brittle Stars) 

173 Crinoidea (Pelmatozoa — Sea 

Lilies) 

174 Eucrinoidea 

175 Edrioasteroidea 

176 Cystidea 

177 Blastoidea 

178 Echinoidea (Sea Urchins) 

179 Palechinoidea 

180 Cidaridse 

181 Clypeastroidea 

182 Spatangoidea 

190 Holothuroidea (Sea Cucum- 

bers) 

191 Actinopoda 

192 Paractinopoda 

200 Mollusca (Malacology — Tes- 

tacea) 

201 Shells (Conchology) 

202 Shellwork 

203 Mother of Pearl 



204 Amphlneura 

205 Placophora 

206 Solenogastres (Aplacophora) 

207 Acephala(Lamellibranchiata) 

208 Protoconchiae 

209 Scallops (Clams) 

210 Oysters 

211 Mussels 

212 Cockles 

213 Heteroconchiae 

215 Scaphopoda (Solenoconchse) 

220 Gastropoda (Snails) 

221 Prosobranchiata 

222 Limpets 

223 Whelks 

224 Periwinkles 

225 Cowries 

226 Opisthobranchiata 

227 Bulla 

228 Sea Slugs 

229 Pulmonata 

230 Pond Snails 

231 Edible Snails 

232 Cephalopoda 

233 Tetrabranchia 

234 Nautilus 

235 Dibranchia 

236 Squids 

237 Cuttle-fish 

238 Octopus 

240 Arthropoda 

241 Crustacea 

242 Entomostraca (Lower 

Crustacea) 

245 Trilobitse 

246 Phyllopoda (Water-fleas) 

247 Branchiopoda 

248 Cladocera 

250 Copepoda (Cyclops, Carp- 

lice) 

251 Eucopepoda 

252 Siphonostomata (Parasita) 

255 Ostracoda 

256 Cirripedia (Barnacles) 

257 Lepadidas 

258 Balanidae 

259 Rhizocephala 

260 Malacostraca 

261 Leptostraca 



121 



F262-312 Biol. Science CLASSIFICATION. 



Biol. Science F318-371 



F 

262 


Thoracostraca (Podophthal- 


F 

313 


Grasshoppers 




mia) 


314 


Locusts 


263 


Schizopoda 


315 


Crickets 


264 


Stomatopoda 


316 


Neuroptera 


265 


Decapoda 


317 


Caddis Flies 


266 
267 
268 
269 
270 
271 


Shrimps 
Lobsters 
Crayfish 
Crabs 
Cumacia (Marine parasites) 
Arthrocostraca (Edriophthal- 
mata) 
Amphiopoda(Whale-louse) 


318 
320 
321 
322 
323 
324 


Strepsiptera 

Coleoptera (Beetles) 
Pentamera — 
Tiger Beetles 
Water Beetles 
Scarabus 


272 


325 
326 

327 
328 

329 
330 
331 


Fire Fhes 
Heteromera — 
Cantharides 
Tetramera 
Trimera — 
Ladybirds 
Rhynchophora — 


273 
274 

275 
276 
277 

278 


Isopoda (Wood-lice) 
Acerata 
Gigantostraca 

Xiphosura 

Eurypterida 
Arachnida 


/ 

279 


Arthrogastrida 


332 


Weevils 


280 


Scorpionida (Scorpions) 


340 


Hymenoptera 


281 


Phrynoidea (Pedipalpi) 


341 


Terebrantia 


282 


Microthelyphorida 


342 


Entophaga 


283 


Solpugida (Solifugae) 


343 


Aculeata — 


284 


Pseudoscorpii 


344 


Wasps (Vesparise) 


285 


Phalangida 


345 


Bees (Apiariae) 


290 


Sphserogastrida 


346 


Apiculture. Honey 


291 


Araneina (Spiders) 


347 


Ants (Formicariae) 


292 


Acarina (Mites) 


350 


Rhynchota (Bugs, Lice, 


293 


Linguatul da 




etc.) 


294 


Tardigrada 


351 


Hemiptera (Heterop- 


295 


Pycnogonida (Panto- 




tera) 




poda) 


352 


Homoptera — 


298 


Malacopoda 


353 


Aphidse (Plant-lice. 


300 


Insecta (Entomology. In- 




Phylloxera) 




sects) 


354 


Coccidae (Cochineal) 


301 


Metamorphoses 


355 


Aptera (Lice. Crab- 


302 


Chilopoda (Myxiapodae — 




lice) 




Centipedes) 


360 


Diptera (Flies) 


303 


Hexapoda 


361 


Gnats 


304 


Apterygota (Bristle tails) 


362 


Mosquitos 


305 


Archiptera (Pseudoneu- 


363 


Tsetse Flies 




roptera) 


364 


Hessian Flies 


306 


Termite or White Ants 


365 


Horse Flies 


307 


May Flies 


366 


House Flies 


308 


Dragon Flies 


367 


Blow Flies 


310 


Orthoptera 


370 


Aphaniptera (Siphonap- 


311 


Cockroaches 




tera) 


312 


Earwigs 


371 


Fleas 



122 



F380-445 Biol. Science CLASSIFICATION. 



Biol. Science F446-522; 



F 




F 


380 


Lepidoptera 


446 


381 


Microlepidoptera 


447 




(Moths) 


448 


382 


Geometrina (Moths) 


449 


383 


Noctuina (Owlet Moths) 


450 


384 


Bombycina(Silk Worms) 


451 


385 


Silk Culture (Sericul- 


452 




ture) 


453 


386 


Sphingina (Sphinx 


454 




Moths) 


455 


387 


Rhapalocera (Butter- 


456 




flies) 


457 


390 


Diplopoda (ChUognatha, 


458 




Myriapoda) 


460 


400 


Chordata 


461 


401 


Leptocardil (Cephalochordia) 


462 


402 


Lancelet 


463 


403 


Tunicata (Urochorda) 


464 


404 


Copelatse 


465 


405 


Tethyoidea (Ascidiffi- 


466 




formes) 


467 


406 


ThaHacea (Salpaeformes) 


468 


407 


Enteropneusta(Hemichordia) 


469 


410 


Vertebrata 


470 


411 


Ichythyopsida (Anamnia) 


480 


412 


Cyclostomata (Marsipobran- 


481 




chii) Lampreys 


482 


413 


Myzontes (Hyperotretia) 




414 


Petromyzontes 


483 


420 


Pisces (Ichthyology— Fishes) 




421 


Elasmobranchii 


484 


422 


Selachii 


485 


423 


Sharks 


486 


424 


Dogfishes 


487 


425 


Skates 


488 


426 


Sawfishes 


490 


427 


Rays 


500 


428 


Holocephali 




430 


Ganoidei 


501 


431 


Crossopterygii 


502 


432 


Chondrostei 


503 


433 


Sturgeons 


504 


434 


Holostomi 


505 


440 


Teleostei 


506 


441 


Physostomi 


510 


442 


Cat-fish 


515 


443 


Carp 


520 


444 


Salmon 


521 


445 


Trouts 


522 



Smelts 

Herrings 

Sardines 

Shad 

Eels 

Pike 
Pharyngognathi 

Flying Fishes 
Acanthopteri 

Perch 

Bass 

Mackerel 

Swordfish 
Anacanthini 

Cod 

Haddocks 

Halibut 

Flounders 

Turbot 

Soles 
Lophobranchii 

Seahorses 
Plectognathi 
Dipnoi (Lung Fish) 
Amphibia (Batrachia) 
Stegocephali 
Gymnophiona (Caeciliae. 

Apoda) 
Urodela (Gradientia). Sala- 
manders 
Anura 

Toads 

Frogs 

Bull Frogs 

Newts 
Amniota 
Reptilia (Reptiles — Herpeto- 

logy) 
Theromorpha 
Plesiosauria 
Ichthyosauria 
Chelonia (Testudinata) 

Tortoises 

Turtles 
Rhynchocephalia 
Dinosauria 
Squamata (Lepidosauria> 

Lizards 

Geckos 



123 



P523-623 Biol. Science CLASSIFICATION. Biol. Science F625-673 



523 Iguanas 

524 Monitorb 

525 Chameleons 

550 Ophidia (Snakes. Serpents) 

551 Opoterodonta — 

552 Pythons 

553 Peropoda 

554 Boas 

555 Anacondas 

556 Coluhriformia — 

557 Black Snakes 

558 Cobras 

559 Common Snakes(Vipers) 

560 Solenoglypha 

561 Rattlesnakes 

562 Copperhead Snakes 
565 Snake-charming 

570 Crocodilia (Loricata) 

571 Crocodiles 

572 Alligators 

573 Caymen 
580 Pterodactylia 

600 Aves (Ornithology — Birds) 

601 Oology (Eggs). Hatching. 

Incubation 

602 Feathers (Plumage Birds) 

603 Nests 

604 Saururse 

■605 Odontornithes 

606 Ratitse (Cursores— 

Runners) 

607 SirutMones — 
•608 Ostriches 
■609 Rheas 

610 Casuarina — 

611 Emus 

•612 Cassowaries 

613 Apteryges (Kiwi) 

614 Carinatse (Rasores — 

Scratchers) 

'615 Gallinacea — 

616 Pheasants. Peacocks 

■617 Turkeys 

618 Quails 

'619 Partridges 

620 Grouse 

■621 Domestic Fowls 

■622 Poultry Farming 

623 Cock Fighting 



F 




625 


Columbinse 


626 


Pigeons 


627 


Carrier or Homing 




Pigeons 


630 


Natatores (Swimmers) 


631 


Ducks 


632 


Eider Ducks 


633 


Geese 


634 


Swans 


635 


Gulls 


636 


Terns 


637 


Albatross 


638 


Auks 


639 


Penguins 


640 


Loons 


641 


Grebes 


642 


Pelicans 


643 


Cormorants 


645 


Grallatores (Waders) 


646 


Herons 


647 


Ibis 


648 


Storks 


649 


Flamingos 


650 


Cranes 


651 


Rails 


652 


Bustards ' 


653 


Woodcocks 


654 


Plovers 


655 


Scansores (Climbers) 


656 


Parrots 


657 


Cockatoos 


658 


Cuckoos 


659 


Woodpeckers 


660 


Passeres (Insessores— 




Perchers) 


661 


Cage and Singing Birds, 




General 


662 


Canaries 


663 


Finches 


664 


Sparrows 


665 


Crossbills 


666 


Orioles 


667 


Skylarks 


668 


Thrushes 


669 


Robin Red-breast 


670 


Swallows 


671 


Wrens 


672 


Crows. Rooks 


673 


Raven,<; 



124 



F674-756 Biol. Science CLASSIFICATION. Biol. Science F757-846 



F 




F 




674 


Jays 


757 


Flying Squirrels 


675 


Birds of Paradise 


758 


Beavers 


676 


Lyre Birds 


759 


Myomorpha (Voles) — 


677 


Trochilidae — Humming 


760 


House Mice 




Birds 


761 


Field Mice 


678 


Kingfishers 


762 


Rats 


679 


Night-Hawks 


763 


Vermin destroying. Rat 


680 


Hornbills 




catching 


685 


Raptores (Birds of Prey) 


764 


Musk Rats (Musquash) 


686 


Hawks 


770 


Hystricomorpha — 


687 


Hawking. Falconry 


771 


Porcupines 


688 


Eagles 


772 


Cavies (Guinea Pigs) 


689 


Buzzards 


800 


Ungulata 


690 


Falcons 


801 


Perissodadyla — 


691 


Owls 


802 


Tapirs 


700 


Mammalia 


803 


Rhinoceros 


701 


Monotremata (Ornithodel- 


810 


Horses (Equidae) 




phia) 


811 


Training. Taming 


702 


Duckbill Platypus 


812 


Riding (Equitation) 


710 


Marsupialia (Didelphia) 


813 


Stud Books 


711 


Dasyurus (Tasmanian 


814 


Horse Racing (Turf) 




Devils) 


815 


Race Courses 


712 


Bandicoots 


816 


Race Meetings 


713 


Opossums 


817 


Trotting 


714 


Wombats 


818 


Other Races 


715 


Kangaroos 


819 


Arabian Horses 


720 


Placentalia 


820 


Race-horses 


721 


Edentata 


821 


Hunters 


722 


Aardvarks 


822 


Hacks or Roadsters 


723 


Pangolins 


823 


Draught or Shire Horses 


724 


Ant-eaters 


824 


Ponies : Shetland, Ice- 


725 


Sloths 




land, etc. 


726 


Armadillos 


830 


Mustangs 


730 


Insectivora 


831 


Zebras 


731 


Hedgehogs 


832 


Quaggas 


732 


Shrews 


833 


Asses 


733 


Moles 


834 


Mules 


740 


Chiroptera 


835 


Artiodactyla 


741 


Bats 


836 


Non-Ruminantia 


742 


Desmodus (Vampire 


837 


Hippopotamus 




bats) 


838 


Swine 


743 


Flying Foxes 


839 


Boar Hunting 


750 


Rodentia 


840 


Peccaries 


751 


DupUcidentata — 


841 


Ruminantia 


752 


Hares 


842 


Giraffes 


753 


Rabbits 


843 


Cervidce (Deer) 


754 


Sciuromorpha — 


844 


Common Deer 


755 


Squirrels 


845 


Moose 


756 


Prairie Dogs 


846 


Reindeer 



125 



F847-905 Biol. Science CLASSIFICATION. Biol. Science F906-953 



F 




F 




847 


Musk Deer 


906 


Minks 


848 


Deer Stalking 


907 


Martens 


849 


Stag Hunting 


908 


Sables 


850 


Cavicornia 


909 


Ermines 


851 


BovidcB (Cattle) 


910 


Weasels. Ferrets 


852 


Herd Books 


911 


Otters 


853 


Wild Cattle 


912 


Otter Hunting 


854 


Oxen 


913 


Sea Otters 


855 


Bulls 


914 


Skunks 


856 


Bull Fighting 


915 


Badgers 


857 


Bull Baiting 


916 


Gluttons 


S58 


Milk Cows 


917 


Canidce — 


859 


Bisons 


918 


Dogs 


860 


Buffaloes 


919 


Hunting Dogs (Hounds) 


861 


Ovidffi (Sheep) 


920 


Greyhounds 


862 


Flock Books 


921 


Whippethounds 


863 


Goats 


922 


Deerhounds 


864 


Musk Ox 


923 


Staghounds 


•865 


Big Horn 


924 


Wolfhounds 


.866 


AntilopidcB — 


925 


Bloodhounds 


867 


Antelopes 


926 


Foxhounds 


868 


Gazelles 


927 


Otterhounds 


869 


Chamois 


928 


Harriers and Beagles 


870 


Tylopoda — 


929 


Bassethounds 


871 


Camels 


930 


Dachshunds 


872 


Dromedaries 


931 


Pointers and Setters 


873 


AlpacsE 


932 


Spaniels and Retrievers 


874 


Llamas 


933 


Sheep and Collie Dogs 


880 


Proboscidia 


934 


Bull Dogs 


881 


Elephants 


935 


Mastiffs 


882 


Mastodons 


936 


St. Bernard's 


-883 


Diftotherium 


937 


Newfoundlands 


884 


Hyracoidea 


938 


Great Danes 


885 


Sirenia 


939 


Boarhounds 


.886 


Manatee 


940 


Eskimo dogs 


.887 


Dugong 


941 


Terriers 


890 


Cetacea 


942 


Toy Dogs : Pugs, 


891 


Whales 




Poodles, etc. 


.892 


Baloena (Right Whales) 


943 


Coursing 


893 


Sperm Whales 


944 


Dog Racing 


894 


Dolphins 


945 


Mongrels 


895 


Porpoises 


946 


Foxes 


896 


Narwals 


947 


Fox Hunting 


900 


Carnivora 


948 


Local Hunts 


901 


Fissipedia — 


949 


Wolves 


902 


Bears 


950 


Felidce — 


903 


Bear-baiting 


951 


Fehs Domestica (Cats) 


904 


Raccoons 


952 


Persian Cats 


905 


MustelidcB — 


953 


Manx Cats 



126 



F954-994 Biol. Science 
GOOO-005 Eth. & Med. Sc. 



CLASSIFICATION. Eth. & Med. Sc. G006-042 



F 




G 




954 


Tabby Cats (Long and 


006 


Ethnography 




Shorthaired) 




(Huxley's Classification) 


955 


Wild Cats 


007 


Negroid Races (Bushmen, 


956 


Lions 




Negroes, Papuans) 


957 


Leopards 


008 


Australoid Races (Aus- 


958 


Cheetahs, Ocelots, Lynx 




tralians, Dravidians, 


959 


Tigers 




Hamites) 


960 


Jaguars 


009 


Mongoloid (Mongols, Poly- 


961 


Pumas or Cougars 




nesians, Americans, 


962 


Hyaenas 




Eskimos, Malays) 


963 


Panthers 


010 


Xanthochroid (Fair Whites 


964 


Ounces 




of North Europe) 


965 


Pinnipedia — 


on 


Melanochroid (Dark 


966 


Seals 




Whites of Europe, 


967 


Sea Lions 




Arabs, Afghans, 


968 


Fur Seals 




Hindus, etc.) 


969 


Walruses 


012 


Single Races. [Divide by 


970 


Prosimiae 




Language or National 


971 


Lemurs 




Nos.) 


972 


Loris 


015 


Somatics 


980 


Primates 


016 


Anthropometry 


981 


PlatyrrhincB (New 


017 


Finger Prints 




World Monkeys) — 


018 


Craniology 


982 


Cebus 


019 


Coloration 


983 


Spider Monkeys 


020 


Human Personality 


984 


Marmosets 


021 


Puberty 


985 


CatarrhincB (Old World 


022 


Youth (Adolescence) 




Apes) — 


023 


Manhood 


986 


Cynocephalus 


024 


Old Age 


987 


Baboons 


025 


Longevity 


988 


Mandrils 


026 


Character 


989 


Macaques 


027 


Types and Characters of 


990 


Anthropoidae (Simiida) 




Mankind 


991 


Gibbons 


028 


Imaginary Characters 


992 


Orang-otangs 


029 


Personal Habit and Cus- 


993 


Gorillas 


030 


Personal Qualities [tom 


994 


Chimpanzees 


031 


Genius 


Zf J\ 




032 


Uterine Descent 






033 


Male Descent 


G, 


H— ETHNOLOGICAL AND 


035 


Human Progress 




MEDICAL SCIENCE. 


036 


Race Improvement (Eu- 


G 






genism) 


000 


ETHNOLOGY (ANTHROPO- 


037 


National Character (Divide 




LOGY) 




by National Nos.) 


001 


Man (Anthropinae. Bimana) 


038 


Patriotism. Loyalty 


002 


Origin of Man 


040 


Civilisation, General 


003 


Unity of the Human Races 


041 


National (Divide by Na- 


004 


Antiquity of Man 




tional Nos.) 


005 


Pre-Adamite Man 


042 


Special 



127 



G043-089 Eth. & Med, Sc. CLASSIFICATION. Eth. & Med. Sc. 0090-303 



G 




G 




043 


Racial Questions 


090 


Tribal Relationships 


044 


Miscegenation (Racial 


091 


Illegitimacy (Bastardy) 




Crossing) 


092 


Concubinage 


045 


Half Castes 


093 


Seduction 


046 


Coloured versus White 


094 


Prostitution, General 




Races 




(Courtesans) 


047 


Protection of Aborigines 


095 


National (Divide by Na- 


048 


Cannibalism (Anthropo- 




tional Nos.) 




phagy) 


096 


Procuration 


049 


Other questions 


097 


Brothels 


050 


Sexual Relations 


098 


Lock Hospitals 


051 


Celibacy 


099 


Magdalen (Rescue) In- 


052 


Bachelors 




stitutions 


053 


Spinsters 


100 


Pornography (Scatology. 


054 


Platonic Love 




Erotica) 


055 


Love 


lOI 


Women 


056 


Free Love 


102 


Women's Rights 


057 


Courtship. Betrothal 


103 


Feminist Movement 


060 


Marriage 


104 


Widows 


061 


Husband and Wife 


105 


Suttee 


062 


Honeymoon 


106 


Misogyny (Woman- hating) 


063 


Marriage by Capture 


no 


Children 


064 


Forbidden Degrees 


III 


Boys 


065 


Marriage with Blood 


112 


Girls 




Relations 


113 


Childhood 


066 


Marriage with Deceased 




See also A116 Infant 




Wife's Sister 




Education 


067 


Conjugal Rights and 


114 


Law of Parent and Child 




Duties 


115 


Orphans 


068 


Breach of Promise 


116 


Foundlings 


069 


Bigamy 


117 


Juvenile Delinquency 


070 


Polygamy 


120 


Misanthropy 


071 


Polyandry 


200 


Human Anatomy and Physio- 


072 


Fornication (Venery) 




logy 


073 


Adultery 


201 


Anatomy, General [Subdivide 


074 


Incest 




by Categorical Nos.) 


075 


Divorce 


202 


Regional or Topographical 


076 


Judicial Separation 




Anatomy 


080 


Human Relationships. See 


240 


Dissection 




also X076 


241 


Resurrectionists 


081 


Fathers (Stepfathers) 


250 


Physiology, General 


082 


Mothers (Stepmothers) 




{Subdivide by Biological 


083 


Brothers (Stepbrothers) 




Nos. from Categorical 


084 


Sisters (Stepsisters) 




Tables) 


085 


Uncles 


300 


Pathology, Human (Diseases) 


086 


Aunts 


301 


Etiology (Causation of 


087 


Cousins 




Disease) 


088 


Grandparents [ships 


302 


Congenital Diseases 


089 


Other Family Relation- 


303 


Inherited — 



128 



G304-368 Eth. & Med. Se. CLA SSI PICA TION. Eth. & Med. Sc. G369-430 



6 




G 


304 


Acquired Diseases 


369 


305 


Diathesis 


370 




Disease Groups — 


371 


306 


Functional Diseases 


375 


307 


Climacteric — 


376 


308 


Idiopathic — 


377 


309 


Endemic — 


378 


310 


Epidemic — 


379 


311 


Pestilences 


380 


312 


Plagues 


385 


313 


Black Death 


386 


314 


Zymotic Diseases 


387 


315 


Occupational — 


390 


320 


Diagnosis 


395 


321 


Palpation 




322 


Pulse 




323 


Auscultation 




324 


Stethoscope 


400 


325 


Physical Examination 


401 


326 


Temperature. Thermo- 


402 




metry 


403 


330 


Symptomatology 


404 


331 


Rigors 


405 


332 


Hypertrophy 


406 


333 


(Edema 


407 


334 


Myxoedema 


408 


335 


Atrophy 


409 


336 


Abscesses. Ulceration 




337 


Heemorrhage 


410 


338 


Gangrene (Mortification) 




339 


Suppuration 


411 


340 


Cough 


412 


341 


Sputum 


413 


342 


Pain [tions) 


414 


343 


Exanthemata (Erup- 


415 


344 


Other Morbid Conditions 


416 


345 


Prognosis 


417 


350 


Clinics 


418 


355 


Inflammation 


419 


356 


Metastasis 


420 


357 


Infection 


421 


358 


Agents and Action 


422 


359 


Contagion 


423 


360 


Immunity (Inoculation) 


424 


361 


Periodicity 


425 


365 


Teratology 


426 


366 


Abnormalities 


428 


367 


Hermaphrodites 


429 


368 


Monsters 


430 



Dwarfs 
Giants 

Other Abnormalities 
Incurable Diseases 

Euthanasia(EasyDeath) 
Removal of the Unfit 
Pseudo-Diseases 

Malingering 
Unknown Diseases 
Degeneration 
Debility (Exhaustion) 

Senile Decay 
Death 

Post-mortem Examina- 
tion (Autopsy). See 
also H650-695 Burial, 
etc. 
Materia Medica and Pharmacy 
Vegetable Drugs, General 

Herbals (Medical Botany) 
Animal Drugs, General 
Mineral Drugs, General 
Pharmacy 

Pharmacopoeias 
Dispensatories 
Formularies. Recipes 
Posology (Doses. Pre- 
scriptions) 
Medicines and Drugs — Pre- 
parations — 
Abstracts 
Aceta (Vinegars) 
Aquae (Waters) 
Cataplasmata (Poultices) 
Collodions 

Confections (Electuaries) 
Decoctions 
Elixirs 

Embrocations (Liniments) 
Emplastra (Plasters) 
Essences 
Extracts 
Infusions 

Liquors (Solutions) 
Lotions 
Mixtures 
Oleates 
Pills 
Powders 



129 



G431-522 Eth. & Med, Sc. CLA SSIFICA TION. Eth. & Med. Sc. G523-573 



G 

431 Spirits 

432 Sued (Juices) 

433 Syrups 

434 Tablets 

435 Tinctures 

436 Triturations 

437 Trochisci (Lozenges) 

438 Unguenta (Ointments) 
440 Chemists and Druggists 

Trade 

445 Patent Medicines 

450 Toxicology (Poisons) 

451 Vegetable Poisons 

452 Animal — 

453 Ptomaines — 

454 Mineral — 

455 Poisoning 

456 Detection 

457 Antidotes 

458 Stomach Pump 
460 Sale of Poisons 

500 Therapeutics. Pharmacology 

501 Action of Drugs, General 

502 Tonics 

503 Antipyretics 

504 Febrifuges 

505 Haematinics 

Action on Lower Organisms — 

506 Antiseptics 

507 Disinfectants 

508 Deodorizers 

509 Anti-periodics 

510 Anti-toxins [tions 
Special Drugs. See Func- 

511 Specifics. Catholicons 

512 Drug Administration 

513 Epidermic Application 

514 Endermic — 

515 Hypodermic — 

516 Inhalations 

517 Enemata (Clysters) 

518 Pessaries 

519 Suppositories 

520 Cold Applications (Com- 

presses. Ice) 

521 Heat Applications (Fo- 

mentations, etc.) 

522 Masticatories (Gargles. Es- 

charotics) 



G 




523 


Mechanical and other 




Remedies 


524 


Balneology (Baths) 


525 


Medicated Baths 


526 


Turkish — 


527 


Vapour — 


528 


Air — 


529 


Sea — 


530 


Shower, Needle Baths 


531 


Swimming Baths 


532 


Washing and Cleansing. 




See also H460 Toilet 


533 


Hydropathy 


534 


Massage 


535 


Electric Applications 


536 


Light Cure (Finsinism) 


537 


Climate Cures 


538 


Change of Air 


539 


Rest 


540 


Health Resorts (Sana- 


541 


Spas [toriums) 


542 


Sea Voyages 


543 


Convalescence 


544 


Convalescent Homes 


545 


Transfusion of Blood 


546 


Faith Healing 


547 


Influence of Mind on 




Disease 


548 


Empirical Remedies 


550 


Medical Science 


551 


Ancient Systems of Medicine 


552 


Greek Systems 


553 


Arabian Systems 


554 


Modern Systems 


555 


Allopathy 


556 


Homoeopathy 


557 


Brounonian 


558 


Other Systems 


559 


Domestic Medicine 


560 


Medical Jurisprudence 




(Forensic Medicine) 


561 


Medical Profession 


562 


Doctors 


563 


Surgeons 


564 


Quacks and Quackery 


570 


Surgical Science (Chirurgie) 


571 


Systems of Surgery 


572 


Operations 


573 


Amputations 



130 



G574-629Eth.&Me(l.Sc. CLASSIFICATION. Eth. & Med. Sc. G630-708 



G 




574 


Excisions 


575 


Bloodless Surgery 


576 


Tapping 


577 


Cautery 


578 


Phlebotomy (Venesection, 




Blood-letting) 


579 


Leeches 


580 


Dressings 


581 


Bandages 


582 


Splints 


583 


Trusses 


584 


Orthopaedic Surgery- 


585 


Malformations. Deformi- 


586 


Artificial Limbs [ties 


587 


Crutches 


588 


Artificial Organs 


600 


Organs, Functions and Dis- 




eases — 


601 


Osteology (Bones. Cartileges) 


602 


Human Skeleton 


603 


Vertebral Column (Spine) 


604 


Spinal Curvature 


605 


Hunchback 




Other Spinal Diseases. 




See G709 Spinal Cord 


606 


Skull, General 


607 


Bones of the Skull 


608 


Jaw (Maxilla) 


609 


Thorax (Chest) 


610 


Ribs 


611 


Sternum 


612 


Bones of Upper Extremity 


613 


Clavicle 


614 


Scapula 


615 


Humerus 


616 


Radius 


617 


Ulna 


618 


Carpus 


619 


Metacarpals 


620 


Phalanges 


621 


Arms 


622 


Axilla 


623 


Hands 


624 


Fingers 


625 


Whitlows 


626 


Bones of Lower Extremity 


627 


Hip Bone 


628 


Pelvis 


629 


Femur 



G 




630 


Patella 


631 


Tibia 


632 


Fibula 


633 


Tarsus 


634 


Metatarsus 


635 


Legs 


636 


Feet 


637 


Club Foot. Talipes 


638 


Toes 


640 


Bone Diseases 


641 


Periostitis. Periosteum 


642 


Caries 


643 


Osteotomy 


644 


Bone-setting 


645 


Articulations, General 


646 


Joints 


647 


Dislocations 


648 


Lameness 


649 


Cripples 


650 


Knee-joint 


651 


Bursse (Bursitis) 


652 


Housemaid's Knee 


653 


Synovitis 


654 


Morbus Coxarius (Hip- 




joint Disease) 


655 


White Swelling (Tuber- 




culous Arthritis) 


656 


Locomotor System 


657 


Muscles, General (Myology) 


658 


Tendons 


659 


Diaphragm (Midriff) 


660 


Myalgia 


661 


Trismus 


662 


Cramp 


663 


Writers' Cramp 


670 


Mucous Membranes 


680 


Lymphatics 


681 


Glands 


682 


Lymph 


700 


Nervous System 


701 


Nerves (Neurology) 


702 


Membranes of Central 




Nervous System 


703 


Peripheral Nervous Sys- 


704 


Dorsal Nerves [tem 


705 


Lumbar — 


706 


Sacral — 


707 


Cranial — 


708 


Other — 



131 



G709-755 Eth. & Med. Sc. CI. A SSIFICA TION. Eth. & Med. Sc. G766-805 



G 




G 




709 


Spinal Cord 


756 


Meningitis 


710 


Locomotor Ataxy 


757 


Phrenitis 


711 


Myelitis 


758 


Sclerosis 


712 


Spina Bifida 


759 


Sunstroke 


713 


Other Spinal Diseases 


760 


Trepanning 


714 


Nervous Diseases 


761 


Other Diseases 


715 


Apoplexy 


762 


Head 


716 


Catalepsy 


763 


Face 


717 


Trance 


765 


Mental Physiology 


718 


Coma 


766 


Expression 


719 


Chorea (St. Vitus's Dance) 


767 


Laughter 


720 


Convulsions 


768 


Temperament 


721 


Epilepsy (Falling Sickness) 


769 


Phrenology 


722 


Hysteria 


770 


Physiognomy 


723 


Sleep 


771 


Hypnotism (Mesmerism. 


724 


Dreams 




Electro-Biology) 


725 


Dream Books 


772 


Clairvoyance 


726 


Insomnia 


773 


Telepathy 


727 


Nightmare 


774 


Mind Transference 


728 


Somnambulism (Sleep- 


775 


Insanity (Psychiatry) 


729 


Neuralgia [walking) 


776 


Lunacy Commissions 


730 


Tic-doloureux 


777 


Idiocy 


731 


Neurasthenia 


778 


Mania 


732 


Neuritis 


779 


Nymphoemania 


733 


Nostalgia (Home-sickness) 


780 


Melancholia 


734 


Palsy 


781 


Hypochondria 


735 


Paralysis (Hemiplegia) 


782 


Delusions. Hallucinations 


736 


Sciatica 


783 


Dementia 


737 


Tetanus (Lock-jaw) 


784 


Dipsomania 




Minor Nervous Troubles — 


785 


Delirium Tremens 


738 


Blushing (Flushing) 


786 


Alcoholism 


739 


Bashfulness. Nervous- 


787 


Intemperance. Tern- 




ness 


788 


Inebriates [perance 


740 


Other Nervous Diseases 


789 


Drug Habit 


741 


Nerve and Brain Medi- 


790 


_ Kleptomania 


742 


Sedatives [cines — 


791 


Suicide 


743 


Anaesthetics 


792 


Harikari 


744 


Stimulants 


793 


Lunatic Asylums 


745 


Hypnotics (Soporifics) 


795 


Sympathetic System 


746 


Narcotics 


796 


Ganglions 


747 


Anodynes 


797 


Cords 


748 


Antispasmodics 


798 


Plexuses 


750 


Brain (Cerebellum) 


800 


Organs of Special Sense (Sen- 


751 


Anaemia 




sory System) 


752 


Concussion 


801 


Eye (Sight, Vision) 


753 


Degeneration (Softening) 


802 


Retina 


754 


Headache (Megrim. Mig- 


803 


Iris 




raine) 


804 


Optic Nerve 


755 


Hydrocephalus (Water on 
the Brain) 


805 


Cornea 



132 



G806-861 Eth. & Med. Sc. CLASSIFICA TION. Eth. & Med. Sc. G862-957 



G 

806 


Sclerotic 


G 

862 


807 


Orbit 


863 


808 


Conjunctiva 


864 


809 


Conjunctivitis 


865 


810 


Lachrymal Apparatus 


870 


811 


Tears 


900 


812 


Eyelids 


902 


813 


Colour Sense [ism) 




814 


Colour Blindness (Dalton- 


903 


815 


Blindness 


904 


816 


Amaurosis 


905 


817 


The Bhnd 


906 


818 


Asylums for the Blind 


907 


819 


Ophthalmics 


908 


820 


Defects of Vision [tion 


909 


821 


Errors of Accommoda- 


910 


822 


Errors of Refraction 


911 


823 


Astigmatism 


912 


824 


Ametropia 


913 


825 


Asthenopia (Eyestrain) 


914 


826 


Cataract 


915 


827 


Choroiditis 


920 


828 


Glaucoma [Sight) 


921 


829 


Hypermetropia (Long 


922 


830 


Iritis [ness) 


923 


831 


Myopia (Short Sighted- 


924 


832 


Nystagmus (Eye-rolling) 


926 


833 


Photophobia 


927 


834 


Ptosis 


928 


835 


Strabismus (Squinting) 


929 


836 


Other Diseases and Defects 


930 


837 


Spectacles 


931 


838 


Spectacle Trade 


932 


839 


Artificial Eyes 


933 


840 


Ear 


934 


841 


Otology (Diseases of Hear- 


935 


842 


Hearing [ing) 


936 


843 


Deafness 


937 


844 


Otorrhoea 


938 


845 


Earache 


939 


846 


Deaf-mutism [Dumb 


940 


847 


Asylums for Deaf and 


950 


848 


Labyrinthine Sense 


951 


849 


Balance 


952 


850 


Tongue 


953 


851 


Diseases 


954 


852 


Taste 


955 


860 


Nose (Rhinology) 


956 


861 


Smell 


957 



Polypus 

Epistaxis (Bleeding) 

Coryza (Catarrh or Cold 

Hay Fever [in Head) 
Touch (Feeling) 
Respiratory Organs 
Vocal Organs. See also C512 
Vocal Practice 
Speech. See Mooo Language 

Impediments 

Stammering 

Stuttering 

Aphasia 

Aphonia (Loss of Voice) 
Dumbness 
Pharynx 

Pharyngitis 

Tonsils 

Tonsilitis 

Uvulse 

Fauces 
Larynx (Epiglottis) 

Laryngitis 

Laryngismus Stridulus 
Throat, General 

Quinsy 
Trachea (Windpipe) 

Tracheaitis 

Tracheotomy 
Bronchi (Bronchial Tubes) 

Bronchitis 
Thyroid Body 

Goitre 
Thymus Body 
Neck 

Torticollis (Wry Neck) 
Breathing 

Artificial Respiration 
Dyspnoea 
Asthma 
Empyeema 
Lungs 

Pneumonia 

Phthisis 
Pleura 

Pleurisy 

Pleurodynia 

Hydrothorax 

Pleuro-pneumonia 



133 



G960-H059 Eth, & Med.Se. CLASSIFICA TION. Eth. & Med. Sc. HlOO-146 



G 






H 


960 


Medicines acting on 
tory Organs 


Respira- 


100 


961 


Errhines (Sternutatories) 


lOI 


962 


Expectorants 




102 


963 


Cough Sedatives 




103 


H 






104 


000 


Blood and Circulation 


(Hema- 


105 


001 


Blood 


[tology) 


106 


002 


Red Corpuscles 




107 


003 


White Corpuscles 




108 


004 


Plasma 






005 


Serum 




109 


006 


Blood Vessels, General 


no 


007 


Anaemia 




III 


008 


Chlorosis (Green Sickness) 


112 


009 


Addison's Disease 




113 


010 


Leukaemia 




114 


on 


Circulation of the Blood 


115 


020 


Arteries 




116 


021 


Pulmonary Artery 


117 


022 


Systemic — 




118 


023 


Aorta 




119 


024 


Thoracic Aorta 




120 


025 


Abdominal — 




121 


026 


Other Arteries 




122 


027 


Acupressure 




123 


028 


Aneurisms 




124 


029 


Capillaries 




125 


030 


Veins 




126 


031 


Vense Cavas 




127 


032 


Ihac 




128 


033 


Portal 




129 


034 


Jugular 




130 


035 


Other Veins 




131 


036 


Phlebitis 




132 


037 


Varicose Veins 




133 


038 


Thrombosis 




134 


040 


Pericardium 




135 


050 


Heart, General 




136 


051 


Special 


[Pang) 


137 


052 


Angina Pectoris 


(Heart 


138 


053 


Aortic Stenosis 




139 


054 


Endocarditis 




140 


055 


Fatty and other Degenera- | 


141 




tions 




142 


056 


Palpitation 




143 


057 


Pericarditis 






058 


Valvular Disease 




145 


059 


Other Diseases 




146 



Organs of Digestion (Digestive 

System) 
Function of Digestion 

Alimentation (Nutrition) 

Mastication 

Deglutition (Swallowing) 

Chyle 

Chyme 
Fasting. Abstinence 

Emaciation. See also 
G335 Atrophy 

Cachexia 
Famines (Starvation) 
Gluttony 
Mouth 

Aphthffi (Thrush) 

Stomatitis 

Hare Lip 
Palate 

Cleft Palate 
Salivary Glands 

Ptyalism (Excessive Sali- 
Teeth [vation) 

Dentition 

Diseases 

Toothache. Odontalgia 

Dentistry 

Artificial Teeth 
Dentifrices 
Abdominal Viscera 

Peritoneum 
Peritonitis 

Abdomen 

Stomach 

(Esophagus 

Pylorus 

Dyspepsia (Indigestion) 

Flatulence 

Foetid Breath 

Gastralgia 

Gastritis 

Hiccough 

Nausea 

Sickness. Vomiting 
Sea- sickness 

Pyrosis (Heartburn. 
Water brash) 
Intestines 

Liver (Hepatology) 



t34 



H147-194 Eth. & Med. Sc. CLASSIFICA TION. Eth. & Med. Sc. H195-316 



H 



171 
172 

173 
174 

175 
176 
177 
178 
179 
180 
181 
182 
184 
185 

186 
187 
188 
189 
190 
191 
192 

193 
194 



Hepatitis 

Cirrhosis. Jaundice 
Gall Bladder 
Bile 

Biliousness 
Gall Stones (Biliary 
Spleen " [Calculi) 

Pancreas 
Large Intestine 
Ccecum 
Typhlitis 
Vermiform Appendix 

Appendicitis 
Colon 

Ascending 
Transverse 
Descending 
Sigmoid Flexure 
Colotomy 
Small Intestine 
Jejunum 
Ileum 
Duodenum 
Mesentery. Omentum 

(Epiploon or Caul) 
Tabes Mesenterica 
Intestinal Obstruction 

Strangulation(Volvulus) 
Constipation 
Diarrhoea 
Colic 

Lead Poisoning 
Rectum 

Fistula 
Anus 

Haemorrhoids (Piles) 
Prolapsus 
Excretions (Faces) 
Medicines acting on Alimen- 
tary Canal — 
Sialogogues 
Refrigerants 
Antacids 
Emetics 
Carminatives 
Purgatives 
Cathartics 
Aperients 
Cholagogues 



H 

195 
196 
200 
201 
202 
203 
204 
205 
206 
207 
210 
211 
212 
213 
214 

215 
216 
217 
218 
220 
221 
222 
223 
224 
230 
240 

241 
242 
243 
244 
300 

301 
302 
303 
304 
305 
306 

307 
308 

309 
310 

311 

312 

313 
314 
315 
316 



Anthelmintics 
Perinseum 
Urinary Organs (Urinary Sys- 
Kidneys [tern) 

Nephritis 
Renal Calculus 
Albuminuria 
Bright's Disease 
Suprarenal Bodies 
Renal Ducts 
Bladder 
Cystitis 
Stranguary 
Calculus (Stone) 

Lithotomy 
Gravel 
Ureter 
Urethra 

Stricture 
Urine 

Micturation 
Dysuria 
Enuresis 

Diabetes [gether) 

Genito-Urinary Organs (To- 
Medicines acting on Urinary 
Organs — • 
Diuretics 
Lithontriptics 
Diaphoretics (Sudorifics) 
Antihidrotics 
Reproductive Organs (Repro- 
ductive System) 
Function of Reproduction 
Copulation (Coition) 

Sexual Inversion 
Onanism (Masturbation) 
Unnatural Indulgence 

Infibulation 
Venereal Diseases 
Gonorrhea (Clap) 
Bubo 
Chancroid 
Gleet 
Chancre 
Syphilis 
Male Organs of Generation 
Prostate 
Prostatitis 



135 



H317-364 Eth. & Med. Sc. CLASSIFICA TION. Eth. & Med. Sc. H365.409 



H 

317 Testicles 

318 Epididymis 

319 Hydrocele 

320 Orchitis 

321 Cryptorchism 

322 Scrotum 

323 Tunica Vaginalis 

324 Vas Deferens 

325 Vesiculae Seminales 

326 Sperm 

327 Castration 

328 Eunuchism 

329 Spermatic Cord 

330 Spermatorrhoea (Noc- 

turnal Discharges) 

331 Penis 

332 Glans Penis 

333 Prepuce 

334 Balanitis 

335 Priapusmus 

336 Circumcision 

337 Impotence 

338 Female Organs of Generation 

339 Ovaries 

340 Ovules. Ovulation 

341 Impregnation 

342 Fecundation 

343 Embryology 

344 Ovarian Diseases 

345 Ovariotomy 

346 Sterility 

347 Fallopian Tubes 

348 Uterus (Womb) 

349 Cervix 

350 Endometritis 

351 Metritis 

352 Prolapsus 

353 Vagina 

354 Vaginaismus 

355 Leucorrhcea (Whites) 

356 Hj-men 

357 Vulva 

358 CHtoris 

359 Labia 

360 Menstruation (Catamenia) 

361 Amenorrhoea 

362 Dysmenorrhoea 

363 Menorrhagia [Life) 

364 Meno-pause (Change of 



H 




365 


Medicines acting on Gene- 




rative Organs — 


366 


Aphrodisiacs 


367 


Anaphrodisiacs 


368 


Emmenogogues 


369 


Ecbolics 


370 


Obstetrics (Midwifery) 


371 


Pregnancy (Gestation) 


372 


Decidua 


373 


Placenta 


374 


Amnion 


375 


Umbilical Cord (Navel) 


376 


Extra-uterine Preg- 




nancy 


377 


Molar Pregnancy 


378 


Labour (Parturition) 


379 


Dystocia 


380 


Caesarian Operation 


381 


Abortion 


382 


Miscarriage (Premature 




Birth) 


383 


Puerperal Fever 


384 


Mammary Glands. 




Mammse 


385 


Lactation 


386 


Milk Fever 


387 


Suckling (Wet-nursing) 


388 


Weaning 


389 


Midwives 


390 


Gynaecology, General 


391 


Diseases of Women and 




Children 


392 


Pediatrics (Diseases of Chil- 




dren) 


393 


Rearing of Children 


394 


Infant Mortality 


395 


Infanticide 


396 


Nurseries (Creches) 


400 


Skin (Dermatology) 


401 


Pores 


402 


Perspiration 


403 


Desquamation 


404 


Tattooing 


405 


Moxa 


406 


Acne 


407 


Anthrax (Woolsorter's 




disease) 


408 


Bed Sores 


409 


Blackheads (Comedo) 



136 



H410-464 Eth. & Med. Sc. CLASSIFICATION. Eth. & Med. Sc. H465-540 



H 

410 


Boils 


H 

465 


Razors 


411 


Bunions 


466 


Cosmetics 


412 


Carbuncles 


470 


Nails 


413 


Chilblains 


471 


Onychia 


414 


Corns 


472 


Manicure 


415 


Chiropody (Pedicure) 


500 


Parasitical Diseases 


416 


Dandruff 


501 


Ascariasis (Thread woims) 


417 


Eczema 


502 


Cestoda (Tape-worms) 


418 


Favus 


503 


Hydatids 


419 


Freckles 


504 


Pediculi (Lice) 


420 


Herpes (Shingles) 


505 


Scabies 


421 


Ichthyosis 


506 


Trichinosis 


422 


Impetigo 


507 


Entozoa 


423 


Intertrigo 


508 


Flukes 


424 


Lichen 


509 


Ectozoa 


425 


Lupus 


510 


Infectious Diseases 


426 


Nsevus (Mother Marks) 


5" 


Fevers, General 


427 


Nettle Rash. Hives 


512 


Remittent Fevers 


428 


Pemphigus 


513 


Continued Fevers 


429 


Pimples 


514 


Intermittent Fevers. 


430 


Pityriasis 




See also F362 


431 


Pruritus (Itch) 


515 


Relapsing Fever 


432 


Psoriasis 


516 


Tj'phoid Fever 


433 


Purpura 


517 


Enteric Fever 


434 


Seborrhcea 


518 


Typhus Fever (Jail Fever. 


435 


Tinea (Ringworm) 




Spotted Fever) 


436 


Warts 


519 


Scarlet Fever (Scarlatina) 


440 


Medicines acting on the 


520 


Malarial Fever (Ague) 




Skin — 


521 


Yellow Fever 


441 


Irritants and Counter 


522 


Surgical Fever [Fever) 




Irritants 


523 


Dengue (Break-bone 


442 


Rubefacients 


524 


Diphtheria 


443 


Vesicants 


525 


Croup 


444 


Pustulants 


526 


Measles 


445 


Caustics 


527 


Rubella (German 


446 


Emollients. Demulcents 




Measles) 


447 


Astringents 


528 


Parotitis (Mumps) 


448 


Styptics 


529 


Whooping Cough (Chin 


450 


Hair 




Cough. Pertussis) 


451 


Alopecia 


530 


Small Pox (Variola) 


452 


Baldness 


532 


Vaccination 


453 


Sycosis 


533 


Cow Pox 


454 


Depilatories 


534 


Chicken Pox 


460 


ToUet. See also G532 


535 


Cholera 




Washing 


536 


Asiatic 


461 


Barber Surgeons 


537 


Sporadic 


462 


Hair dressing 


538 


Infantum 


463 


Wigs 


539 


Plague 


464 


Shaving 


540 


Bubonic Plague 



137 



H541-583 Eth. & Med. Sc. CLASS I PICA TION. Eth. & Med. Sc. H584-690 



H 

541 


Beri-beri 


H 

584 


Animal Bites 


542 


Dysentery 


585 


Animal Infection 


543 


Epidemic Influenza 


586 


Rabies 




(Grippe) 


587 


Hydrophobia 


544 


Tropical Diseases 


588 


Glanders (Farcy) 


545 


Septic Diseases (Ulcers) 


589 


Snake Bites 


546 


Pyjemia 


590 


Insect Stings or Bites 


547 


SepticiKmia 


595 


Other Injuries 


548 


Blood Poisoning 


600 


Ambulance 


549 


Necrosis (" Phossy Jaw ") 


601 


First Aid 


550 


Erysipelas (Rose, St. An- 


602 


Life Saving 




thony's Fire) 


603 


Drowning 


551 


Constitutional, Symptomatic, 


604 


Suspended Animation 




General Diseases 


610 


Hospitals, General 


552 


Tubercular Diseases, 


611 


Infirmaries, General 




General 


612 


Wards 


553 


Cancer 


613 


Asylums, General 


554 


Rodent Ulcers 


614 


Dispensaries 


555 


Tumours 


615 


Nursing 


556 


Myoma 


616 


Home Nursing 


557 


Wens 


617 


Hospital Nursing 


558 


Cysts 


618 


Nurses 


559 


Scrofula (King's-Evil — 


620 


Hygiene and Demography 




Struma) 


621 


Public Health 


560 


Rickets 


622 


State Medicine 


561 


Gout 


623 


Preventive Medicine 


562 


Rheumatism 


624 


Personal Health 


563 


Lumbago 


625 


Cleanliness 


564 


Scurvy 




See also B250-90 Sanitary 


565 


Cretinism 




Engineering 


566 


Leprosy 


650 


Burial. Disposal of the Dead 


567 


Elephantiasis 


651 


Death Certificates 


568 


Dropsy 


652 


Inquests 


569 


Ascites 


653 


Coroners and Coroners 


570 


Anasarca 




Courts 


57^ 


Syncope 


654 


Mortuaries 


572 


Fainting (Swoons) 


660 


Earth Interment 


573 


Injuries and Wounds 


661 


Cremation (Urn Burial) 


574 


Ruptures 


662 


Tomb and Vault Burial. 


575 


Hernia 




Catacombs 


576 


Wounds. Mutilations 


663 


Coffins. Sarcophagi 


577 


Gunshot Wounds 


664 


Coffin Plates 


578 


Military and Naval Sur- 




See also A796 Sepulchral 




gery 




Monuments 


579 


Fractures 


670 


Embalming 


580 


Sprains 


671 


Mummies 


581 


Bruises, Contusions, Sores 


680 


Funerals 


582 


Suffocation 


681 


Wakes. Mourning 


583 


Burns and Scalds 


690 


Cemeteries. Churchyards 



138 



H695-752 Eth. & Med. Sc. CLASSIFICATION. Eth. & Med. Sc. H753-824 



H 




H 




695 


Undertakers 


753 


Bowling 




See also G390 Death 


754 


Fielding 


700 


Physical Training and Exercises 


755 


Wicket Keeping 


701 


Athletics, General 


756 


Baseball 


702 


Physical Development 


757 


Rounders 


703 


Training 


758 


Golf 


704 


Enghsh Methods 


759 


Tennis 


705 


German and SwissMethods 


760 


Lawn Tennis 


706 


Swedish Methods 


761 


Table Tennis (Ping 


707 


Japanese Methods (Jiu- 




Pong) 




jitsu) 


762 


Badminton 


708 


Other methods 


763 


Battledore and Shuttle- 


709 


Home Training 




cock 


710 


Ambidextry 


764 


Fives 


711 


Gymnastics 


765 


Racquets 


712 


Gymnasia 


766 


Pelota 


713 


Calisthenics 


767 


Hockey (Hurling. Shinty) 


714 


Dumb Bells 


768 


Polo 


715 


Indian Clubs 


769 


Tent Pegging 


716 


Other Apparatus 


770 


Lacrosse 


720 


Athletic Sports 


771 


Croquet 


721 


Walking (Pedestrianism) 


772 


Bowling (Bowls) 


722 


Running 


773 


Carpet Bowls 


723 


Paper Chasing(Harriers) 


774 


Skittles 


724 


Jumping 


775 


Nine Pins 


725 


Vaulting 


776 


Quoits 


726 


Wrestling 


777 


Curling 


727 


Wrestlers 


778 


Football 


728 


Boxing 


779 


Association 


729 


Pugilism(Prize Fighting) 


780 


Rugby 


730 


Pugilists 


781 


Pushball 


731 


Throwing the Hammer 


782 


Other Out-door Games 


732 


Tossing the Caber 


785 


Mechanical Amusements 


733 


Mountaineering 


786 


Swings 


734 


Rock Climbing 


787 


Merry-go-rounds 


735 


Ice Climbing 


788 


Water Chutes 


736 


Acrobatics 


789 


Switch-back Railways 


737 


Acrobats 


790 


" Cock-shy " (Aunt Sally) 


738 


Contortionists 


791 


Other Mechanical Amuse- 


739 


Swimming 




ments 


740 


Diving 


792 


Travelhng Shows 


741 


Water Polo 


793 


Caravan Life 


742 


Skating 


794 


Camping Out 


743 


Ski Running 


800 


Field Sports 


744 


Sledging. Toboganning 


820 


Game Preserving 


745 


Other Athletic Exercises 


821 


Game Laws 


750 


Outdoor Games 


822 


Poaching and Poachers 


751 


Cricket 


823 


Close Times 


753 


Batting 


824 


Game-keepers 



139 



H830-939 Eth. & Med. Sc. CLA SSI PICA TION. 



Eth. & Med. Sc. H940-991 
Economic Biol. 1000-005 



H 




H 




830 


Hunting. Game Shooting 


940 


Reversi 


831 


Big Game 


941 


Gobang 


832 


Ground Game 


942 


Backgammon 


833 


Flying Game 


943 


Solitaire 


840 


Trapping and Snaring 


944 


Roulette 




Animals 


945 


Hazard 


850 


Tournaments 


946 


Blind Hookey 


851 


Tilting (Quintain) 


947 


Rouge-et-Noir 


852 


Gladiatorial Displays 


948 


Faro 


853 


Gladiators 


949 


Fan-tan 


854 


Isthmian Games 


950 


Dice 


855 


Olympic Games 


951 


Dominoes 


856 


Other Sports and Games 


952 


Conjuring (Prestidigita- 


900 


Recreative Arts (Amusements. 




tion. Legerdemain) 




Pastimes) 


953 


Juggling 


901 


Games, General 


954 


Card Tricks 


902 


Games of Chance 


955 


Puzzles 


903 


Games of Skill 


956 


Riddles. Rebuses 


910 


Indoor Games and Amuse- 


957 


Acrostics. Anagrams 




ments 


958 


Conundrums 


911 


Billiards 


959 


Forfeits 


912 


Bagatelle 


960 


Other Indoor Games 


913 


Pool 


970 


Children's Games (Indoor 


914 


Shovelboard 




and Outdoor) 


915 


Card Games 


971 


Toys and other Apparatus 


916 


Playing Cards 


972 


Dolls 


917 


Tarot 


973 


Marbles 


918 


Whist 


974 


Counting-out Games 


919 


Progressive Whist 


975 


Ring Games 


920 


Solo Whist 


976 


Other Round Games 


921 


Short Whist 


980 


Dancing 


922 


Bridge 


981 


Dances {Subdivide by Music 


923 


Poker 




Forms, C465-97) 


924 


Napoleon ( " Nap.") 


982 


Balls 


925 


Euchre 


983 


Ballrooms 


926 


Vingt-et-un 


984 


Dancers 


927 


Ecarte 


990 


Conversaziones 


928 


Piquet 


991 


Soirees. Assemblies 


929 


Baccarat 






930 


Patience 


I- 


-ECONOMIC BIOLOGY AND 


931 


Cribbage 




DOMESTIC ARTS. 


932 


Bezique 


I 




933 


Round Card Games 


000 


Agriculture and Farming 


934 


Other Card Games 


001 


Ministeries or Boards of 


935 


Chess 




Agriculture 


936 


Draughts (Checkers) 


002 


Soils 


937 


Board Games 


003 


Irrigation 


938 


Ludo 


004 


Ditches 


939 


Halma 


005 


Draining 



140 



1006-069 Economic Biol. CLASSIFICATION. Economic Biol. 1070-243 



I 




I 


006 


Reclamation of Waste 


070 




Lands 


07.5 


007 


Manures. Fertilizers 


080 


008 


Guano 


081 


009 


Kelp 


090 


010 


Ploughing. Ploughs 




on 


Ploughing Matches 


100 


012 


Ploughmen 




013 


Crops 


lOI 


014 


Rotation of Crops 


102 


015 


Grains (Cereals. Bread- 


103 




stuffs) 


104 


016 


Hay 


120 


017 


Green Crops 




018 


Special — 

(Single Plants — Wheat, 
etc. — go at Botany) 




020 


Pests and Blights 




021 


Weeds and Weeding 


200 


022 


Sowing. Planting 


201 


023 


Reaping (Harvest) 


202 


024 


Reaping Machines 


203 


025 


Barns. Granaries 


204 


026 


Grain Elevators 


205 


027 


Ricks. Stooks, etc. 


206 


028 


Ensilage. Silos 


220 


029 


Enclosing Lands and 


221 




Fields 


222 


030 


Fences 


223 


031 


Hedges 


224 


040 


Tropical Agriculture 




050 


Live Stock 


225 




(Single animals — Cattle, 


226 




Horses, Sheep, Goats, 


227 




etc. — go at Zoology) 


228 


051 


Stock Management 


229 


052 


Grazing 


230 


053 


Breeding and Rearing 


231 


054 


Stables and Bjnres 


232 


060 


Dairy Farming 


233 


061 


Milk 


234 


062 


Milk Products 


235 


063 


Cream. Separators 


236 


064 


Clotted Cream 


237 


065 


Condensed Milk 


238 


066 


Butter 


239 


067 


Churns 


240 


068 


Cheese 


242 


069 


Koumiss 


243 



Dairy and Milk Trade 
Farmers and Agriculturists 
Farm Servants and Labourers 

Housing (Bothies) 
Agricultural Depression and 
Distress 
Veterinary Medicine & Surgery 
(Comparative Medicine) 
Farriery 

Horseshoeing 
Spaying 
Gelding 

Diseases of Animals, General 
(Diseases of single animals 
go at name of A nimal — 
Horse, etc., with Cate- 
gorical number for 
Diseases) 
Milling (Grain Mills) 
Threshing 
Winnowing 
Grinding and Milling 
Millers 

Flour and Meal Trades 
Grain Merchants 
Gardening (Horticulture) 
Seasons and Calendars 
Pruning. Cutting 
Grafting and Budding 
Flower Gardens (Garden 

Plants) 
Fruit Gardens 

Market and Kitchen Gardens 
Vegetables 
Nurseries 
Landscape Gardening 
Formal Gardens 
Topiary Work 
Arbours 
Pergolas 

Mazes. Labyrinths 
Ha-has 

Garden Houses. Bowers 
Rock Gardens. Grottos 
Public Parks 
Public Gardens. Lawns 
Avenues. Drives 
Conservatories 
Greenhouses 



141 



1245-352 Economic Biol. CLASSIFICATION. Economic Biol. 1360-462 



I 

245 


Gardeners 


I 
360 


Wood Pulp 


246 


Greengrocery & Fruit Trades 


361 


Celluloid (Xylonite) 


250 


Forestry (Arboriculture) 


370 


Basket-making 


251 


Woods and Forests, Depart- 


375 


Straw Plaiting 




ments or Boards 


400 


Textile Manufactures 


252 


Afforestation 


401 


Spinning 


253 


Deforestation 


4Q2 


Spinning Wheels 


254 


Forests and Woods 


403 


Thread 


260 


Timbers 


404 


Weaving 


261 


Lumber Trade 


405 


Hand Looms 


262 


Charcoal 


406 


Jacquard Looms 


263 


Charcoal Burning 


410 


Cotton Manufacture 


265 


Foresters 


411 


Yarns 


300 


Woodworking 


412 


Mushn 


301 


Sawmills 


413 


Flannelette 


310 


Carpentry and Joinery 


414 


Velveteen 


311 


Carpentry 


415 


Calico Printing 


312 


Joinery 


416 


Manchester Goods 


313 


Panelling 


420 


Linen 


314 


Pattern-making 


421 


Damask 


320 


Furniture. See also B430 


422 


Jute 




Domestic Architecture 


425 


Hemp Manufacture 


321 


Furnishing of Houses 


426 


Rope and Twine (Cord 


322 


Cabinet -making 


427 


Knots and SpUces 


323 


Cabinets 


428 


Other Vegetable Fibres 


324 


Sideboards 


430 


Woollen Manufacture 


325 


Desks 


431 


Wools 


326 


Chests. Trunks 


432 


Wool-sorting 


327 


Other varieties 


433 


Wool-carding 


328 


Inlaid Wood-work 


435 


Worsteds 


329 


Buhl 


436 


Hosiery 


330 


Marquetery 


437 


Felt 


331 


Veneering 


438 


Shoddy. Mungo 


332 


Woodcarving 


439 


Tartans 


333 


Fretwork 


440 


Waste and Rag Merchai 


334 


Chair-making 


441 


Mixed Fabrics 


335 


Tables 


442 


Poplin 


336 


Upholstery 


443 


Taffeta 


337 


Sofas. Couches 


444 


Other Mixtures 


340 


Beds and Bedding 


450 


Carpets and Rugs 


341 


Curtains and Hangings. 


451 


Brussels 




See A693-5 Mural De- 


452 


Turkish 




coration 


453 


Persian 


342 


Shelving. Book, etc. 


454 


Wilton 


345 


Picture Framing 


455 


Axminster 


347 


Box-making 


456 


Other varieties 


350 


Cooperages. Coopers 


460 


Silk Manufacture 


351 


Barrels 


461 


Velvet 


352 


Tubs 


462 


Plush 



142 



1463-603 Economic Biol. CLASSIFICATION. Economic Biol, I604-73& 



I 




I 


463 


Satin 


604 


465 


Lace 


605 


466 


Hand -made. Laces 




467 


Machine-made Laces 


606 


470 


Dyeing 


607 


471 


Dyes 




472 


Turkey Red Dyeing 


610 


473 


Dry Cleaning 


615 


475 


Bleaching 


650 


500 


Clothing Trades 


651 



501 Clothing 

502 Clothiers 

503 Cloth Merchants. Mercers 

510 Drapery 

511 Underclothing. Collars. 

512 Gloves [Ties 

513 Baby Linen (Layettes) 

514 Corsets and Corset Making 

520 Millinery 

521 Haberdashery. Trimmings 

522 Artificial Flowers 

523 Buttons 

524 Beads 

525 Head Dresses and Head 

Gear. See also I652 
Crowns 

526 Hatters. Hats 

530 Tailors and Tailoring 

540 Needlework 

541 Handsewing 

542 Embroidery 

543 Tambouring 

544 Samplers 

545 Sewing Machinery 

546 Knitting 

547 Crochet 

548 Netting 

549 Tatting 

550 Crewel Work 

551 Other Varieties 

560 Dressmaking 

561 Cutting-out and Shaping 

562 Mending 

600 Costume, General 

601 National Costume {Divide by 

National Nos.) 

602 Historical Costume 

603 Fancy Costume (Liveries. 

Uniforms) 



Fashions in Dress 

Crinohnes, Farthingales, 
Hoops 

Sumptuary Laws 

Rational Dress (Dress Re- 
form) 
Umbrellas 

Canes and Walking Sticks 
Jewellery and Ornaments 

Regalia 

652 Crowns and Coronets. See 

also I525 Head Dresses. 

653 Insignia 

654 Rings. Finger-rings 

655 Bracelets. Armlets 

656 Girdles. Belts 

657 Necklaces 

658 Earrings 

659 Fans 

660 Ornaments of Savage 

Races 

700 Vegetable and Animal Products, 

General 

701 India-Rubber Manufacture 

702 Rubbers 

703 Vulcanite 

704 Waterproofing 

705 Gutta-Percha 

710 Tobacco Manufacture 

711 Tobaccos. See also E891 

Tobacco Plant 

712 Cigars and Cigarettes 

713 Pipes 

714 Smoking 

715 Snuff and Snuffing 

716 Snuff Boxes 

720 Fisheries 

721 Fish Culture (Pisciculture) 

722 Net Fishing 

723 Trawling 

724 Fish Curing 

725 Fishmonger Trade 

726 Fishermen 

730 Angling 

731 Fishing, General 

732 Fly Fishing 

733 Rod Fishing (Coarse Fish) 

734 Trolling 

735 Fishing Tackle 



143 



1736-826 Economic Biol. CLASSIFICATION. Economic Biol. 1827-882 



I 

736 


Bait 


I 
827 


Home Brewing 


737 


Hooks 


82S 


Breweries 


738 


Rods 


830 


Distilling 


739 


Lines 


831 


Alcoholometry 


740 


Flies 


832 


Brandy 


741 


Sea Fishing 


833 


Gin 


745 


River & Fresh-water Angling 


834 


Rum 


750 


Leather Manufacture 


835 


Whisky 


751 


Peltry Trade (Skins. Hides) 


836 


Vodkd 


752 


Fur and Fur Trades 


837 


Other Spirits 


753 


Tanning 


838 


Liqueurs, Cordials, Bitters 


754 


Leathers 


839 


Absinth 


755 


Leather Goods 


840 


Anisette 


756 


Purses 


841 


Benedictine 


757 


Bags 


842 


Chartreuse 


758 


Other Varieties 


843 


Cura9oa 


760 


Boot and Shoe-Making 


844 


Kirschwasser 


761 


Sandals 


845 


Kiimmel 


762 


Hand-sewn Boots and 


846 


Maraschino 




Shoes 


848 


Ratafia 


763 


Machine-made Boots 


849 


Vermouth 




and Shoes 


850 


Still Room Manuals 


764 


Clogs (Sabots) 


855 


Distilleries 


765 


Boot Blacks 


856 


Illicit Stills 


766 


Blacking 


860 


Wine-Making (CEnology) 


770 


Saddlery 


861 


Burgundies 


771 


Harness Making 


862 


Champagnes 


772 


Spurs, Bits, etc. 


863 


Clarets 


780 


Ivory and Ivories 


864 


Hocks and Moselles 


781 


Ivory Carving 


865 


Madeiras 


782 


Ivory Trade 


866 


Ports 


783 


Bone Manufacture 


867 


Sherries 


790 


Brush and Comb-Making 


868 


Tokay 


791 


Brushes 


869 


Vinegar 


792 


Combs 


870 


Cider 


800 


Foods and Food Production 


871 


Perry 


801 


Dietetics 


872 


Fruit Wines 


«02 


Vegetarianism 


873 


Aerated Waters 


S03 


Fruitarianism 


874 


Natural Mineral Waters 


810 


Beverages 


875 


Liquor Trade 


811 


Drink mixing 


876 


Blending 


812 


Toasts 


877 


Public Houses 


820 


Brewing 


878 


Taverns. Brasseries. Es- 


821 


Malt and Malting. See also 




taminets 




E465 Hops 


879 


Licensing (Shebeens) 


822 


Ales 


880 


Condiments. Sauces 


823 


Lager Beers 


881 


Food Preservation 


824 


Beers and Stout 


882 


Canned and Bottled Foods. 


826 


Other Beverages 




Pickles 



144 



1883-943 Economic Biol. 



CLASSIFICATION. Economic Biol. 1950-990 
Ptiil. & Religion JOOO-103 



I 
883 


Dried Foods 


I 
950 


Laundry Work 


884 


Food Substitutes 


951 


Laundrymaids 


885 


Sugar. See also I920 Con- 


952 


Washing and Cleaning, 




fectionery. E348 




Ironing 




Sugar Cane 


953 


Mangles and Mangling 


890 


Grocery Trade 


960 


Servants 


891 


Provision Trade 


961 


Servants' Registries 


892 


Meat Trade 


962 


Butlers 


893 


Butchers 


963 


Footmen 


894 


Poiilterers 


964 


Housemaids 


895 


Abattoirs. Slaughter- 


965 


Ladies' maids 




Houses 


966 


Valets 


900 


Gastronomy 


968 


Others 


901 


Dining 


970 


Clubs 


902 


Menus 


980 


Hotels 


903 


Breakfasts 


981 


Inns 


904 


Luncheons 


982 


Flats 


905 


Teas 


983 


Common Lodging-Houses 


906 


Dinners 


984 


Restaurants 


907 


Suppers 


985 


Coffee Houses. Caf(^s 


908 


Table Decorations 


986 


Coffee Stalls 


910. 


Cookery 


990 


Waiters and Waitresses 


911 


Soups 






912 


Fish (Maigre Cookery) 


JK- 


-PHILOSOPHY AND RELIGION 


913 


Joints 






914 


Entries 


J 




915 


Dessert. Salads 


000 


PHILOSOPHY AND RELI- 


916 


Carving 




GION (together; 


917 


Cooks 


GDI 


Metaphysics (Intellectual 


918 


Kitchen Utensils 




Philosophy) 


920 


Confectionery. See also I885 


002 


Ontology 




Sugar 


003 


Reahty 


921 


Sweetmeats 


004 


Cosmology 


922 


Puddings. Sweets. Pastry 


005 


Creation 


923 


Ices 


006 


Nature 


925 


. Jams and Jellies 


007 


Teleology (Final Causes) 


930 


Baking 


008 


Knowledge 


931 


Bakehouses 


009 


Epistemology 


932 


Bread Making 


010 


Consciousness (Psycho 


933 


Biscuits 




physics) 


934 


Hot-plate Baking 


oil 


Cause and Effect 


935 


Cakes. Scones, etc. 


012 


Necessity 


936 


Bakers and Confectionery 


013 


Opinion 




Trades 


014 


Authority 


940 


Domestic Economy 


015 


Perception 


941 


Housekeeping 


100 


Esthetics (Taste) 


942 


Housekeepers 


lOI 


Beauty 


943 


House Cleaning (House- 


102 


Ugliness 




Dusting) 


103 


Sublime 



145 



J104-207 Phil. & Religion CLASSIFICATION. Phil. & ReUgion J208-252 



J 

104 


Fashion 


J 

208 


Egoism (Selfishness) 


105 


Convention 


209 


Intuition (Intuitionalism) 


106 


Style 


210 


Conscience 


107 


Classicism 


211 


Casuistry 


108 


Romanticism 


212 


Happiness 


109 


Naturalism 


213 


Hedonism 


no 


Picturesque 


214 


Pleasure 


III 


Idealism (Nominalism) 


215 


Perfection 


112 


Realism 


216 


Conduct of Life (Minoi 


113 


Impressionism 




Morals) 


114 


Vulgarity 


217 


Etiquette 


115 


Comic 


218 


Salutations. Greetings 


116 


Commonplace (Medio- 


219 


Kissing 




crity) 


220 


Other Phases 


117 


Other Phases 


221 


Passions 


150 


Psychology (Pneumato- 


222 


Affections. See also 




logy) 




G055 Love 


151 


Mind and Body. See 


223 


Friendship 




also G547 Mind and 


224 


Kindness 




Disease 


225 


Hate 


152 


Understanding. Intel- 


226 


Anger 




lect 


227 


Fear. Cowardice 


153 


Thought 


228 


Incontinence. Lust 


154 


Soul, General 


229 


Jealousy 


155 


Origin of Soul 


230 


Revenge 


156 


Transmigrations of Soul 


231 


Envy (Covetousness) 




(Metempsychosis) 


232 


Avarice 


157' 


Re-incarnation 


233 


Greed 


158 


Sensation 


234 


Vices 


159 


Attention 


235 


Pride 


160 


Abstraction 


236 


Vanity 


161 


Imitation 


237 


Obstinacy 


162 


Memory 


238 


Sullenness. Sulks 


163 


Mnemonics 


239 


Cruelty 


164 


Ideas 


240 


Lying (Untruthfulness) 


165 


Imagination 


241 


Deceit 


i65 


Wonder 


242 


Boasting 


167 


Emotions 


243 


Scandal. Gossip. Curi- 


168 


Sentiments 




osity 


169 


Will 


244 


Scolding 


170 


Volition 


245 


Blasphemy. See also 


200 


Ethics (Moral Philosophy) 




L561 Profane Oaths 


201 


Goodness 


246 


Dishonesty. Cheating 


202 


Right 


247 


Disobedience 


203 


Wrong 


248 


Folly 


204 


Evil 


249 


Other Vices 


205 


Intention 


250 


Virtues 


206 


Desires 


251 


Honour 


207 


Altruism 


252 


Glory. Fame 



146 



J253-302 Phil. & Religion CLASSIFICATION. Phil. & Religion J303-353 



Truth (Truthfulness) 


J 

303 


Hindu 


Honesty 


304 


Dars'ana 


Duty 


305 


Nyaya 


Bravery (Courage. Hero- 


306 


Vaisheshika 


ism) 


307 


Sankhya 


Gratitude 


308 


Yoga 


Gallantry 


309 


Purvamimarisa 


Courtesy (Politeness) 


310 


Uttaramimarisa 


Cheerfulness 


311 


Greek Philosophy 


Enthusiasm 


312 


Ionic School 


Faith (General). Credu- 


313 


Pythagorean School 


lity 


314 


Eleatic School 


Hope 


315 


Heraclitus 


Charity [ity 


316 


Atomists 


Philanthropy. Human- 


317 


Sophists 


Benevolence. Mercy 


318 


Socrates 


Hospitality 


319 


Cynics 


Generosity 


320 


Democritus ' 


Wisdom 


321 


Plato 


Justice 


322 


Aristotle 


Prudence. Caution 


323 


Peripatetics 


Patience 


324 


Stoics 


Innocence 


325 


Epicureans 


Modesty 


326 


Skeptics 


Chastity (Virginity) 


327 


Neo - Pythagorean 


Humility 


328 


Neo-Platonism (Ploti- 


Piety 




nus) 


Other Virtues 


329 


Eclecticism 


Other Ethical Topics 


331 


Scholasticism (Platonic) 


Toleration 


332 


(Aristotelian) 


Fanaticism 


333 


Humanists 


Apostacy 


334 


Natural Science Period 


Ridicule 


335 


Bacon 


Flattery 


336 


Hobbes 


Bereavement 


337 


Descartes 


Affliction 


338 


Spinoza 


Sorrow (Sadness). See 


339 


Leibnitz 


also G780 Melancholia 


340 


Mystics 


Solitude 


341 


Boehme 


Consolation 


342 


Paracelsus 


Sympathy 


343 


Cornelius Agrippa 


Pity 


344 


Servetus 


Peace (Peace and War) 


350 


Modern Philosophy {Divide 


Social Ostracism. " Boy- 




by National Nos.) 


cotting " 




Great Modern Philoso- 
phers — ■ 


PHILOSOPHY 


351 


Locke 


Ancient {Divide by 


352 


Berkeley 


Oriental National Nos.)- 


353 


Reid 



147 



J354-405 Phil. & Religion CLA SSIFICA TION. Phil. & Religion J406-502 



J 

354 


Hume 


355 


Kant 


356 


Fichte 


357 


Hegel 


358 


Schelling 


359 


Schopenhauer 


360 


Cousin 


361 


Comte 


362 


Lotze 


363 


Spencer 


364 


Nietzsche 




Forms of Philosophy — 


370 


Spiritual Philosophy 




(Spiritualism) 


371 


Transcendentalism 


372 


Sensationalism 


373 


Empiricism 


375 


Optimism 


376 


Pessimism 


377 


Fatalism (Fate. Destiny 




Kismet) 


378 


Monism 


379 


Material Philosophy 




(Materialism) 


380 


Positivism 


381 


Utilitarianism 


382 


Other Forms 



400 THEOLOGY (DIVINITY, 

Natural Theology.) 

At this heading are to be 
assembled all general 
works on the idea of 
a God or Supreme 
Being. Special forms 
of belief in a God and 
his attributes are to be 
placed at the special 
religions or churches 
with which they are 
particularly associated, 
as Christianity, Budd- 
hism., etc. 

401 Idea of a God 

402 Man (In relationship to a 

God) 

403 Apologetics. Evidences 

404 Salvation 

405 Faith. Belief 



J 

406 
407 
408 
410 
411 
412 

413 
414 

415 
416 

417 
420 
421 
422 

425 
426 

427 
428 
429 
430 
431 
432 

450 
451 
452 
453 
454 
455 
456 

457 
458 

459 
460 
461 
462 

463 
464 

465 
470 



500 



501 
502 



Sin 

Predestination 
Immortality 
Eschatology (Future State) 

Heavens. Paradises 

Angels 

Rewards 

Purgatories. Limbos 

Hells 

Devils. Evil Spirits 

Eternal Punishments 
Theism 

Deism 

Monotheism 
Pantheism 
Theosophy 
Atheism 
Agnosticism 
Secularism 
Rationalism 
Polytheism 
Religion and Science 

RELIGION 

Comparative Religion 
Universal — 
Primitive Religions 
Nature Worship 
Sabasism 

Plant and Animal Wor- 
ship 
Serpent Worship 
Worship of the Dead 
Ancestor Worship 
Sin Eating 
Phallic Worship 
Spirit Worship 
Fetishism 
Totemism 
Sacrifices 
National Religions (Other 
than those already 
provided for) Diviie 
by National Nos. 
Mythology (Divide by Na- 
tional or Language 
Nos.) 
Paganism 
Idolatry 



T48 



J503-572 Phil. & Religion CLA SSI PICA TION. Phil. & Religion J573-623 



J 

503 


Druids 


J 

573 


Were Wolves 


504 


Mysteries 


574 


Phantom Ships 


505 


Eleusinian Mysteries 


580 


Occult Science, General 


520 


Folk-Lore and Occult Science 


590 


Psychical Research 


521 


Folk-Lore (Tradition) 


591 


Ghosts. Apparitions 


522 


Superstition 




(Spectres) 


523 


Charms (Amulets) 


593 


Haunted Houses 


524 


Talismans 


595 


Spiritualism (Spiritism) 




Cauls. See H170 




See also J554 Necro- 


526 


Spells 




mancy 


527 


Philtres 


600 


Church Doctrine, Government 


530 


Demonology 




and Institutions 


531 


Devil Possession 




(This heading and the fol- 


532 


Exorcism 




lowing Topics are for 


533 


DevU Worship 




General Works only. 


535 


Witchcraft 




The same Topics ap- 


536 


Evil Eye 




pear in the Categorical 


537 


Leechcraft 




Table, and the Cate- 


540 


Fortune Telling (Divina- 




gorical Nos. must be 




tion) 




used when marking 


541 


Card Methods 




books on the Doctrine, 


542 


Crystal Gazing 




Government and In- 


543 


Cheiromancy (Palmis- 




stitutions of Separate 




try) 




Churches) 


544 


Other. Methods 


601 


Sacred Books 


545 


Divining Rod 


602 


Doctrines (Dogma) 


546 


Second Sight 


603 


Creeds 


550 


Prophecies 


604 


Catechisms 


551 


Oracles 


605 


Confessions of Faith 


552 


Omens (Auguries) 


606 


Articles of Faith 


553 


Sorcery (Black Magic) 


610 


Ritual (Rites, Ceremonies and 


554 


Necromancy 




Forms of Public Wor- 


555 


Incantations 




ship) 


556 


Invisibihty 


611 


Church Services 


557 


Seven-leagued boots 


612 


Public Worship 


558 


Other Magical Items 


613 


Sacraments 


560 


Fairies. Genii, etc. 


614 


Baptism (Psedobaptism, 


561 


Goblins 




etc.) 


562 


Elves 


615 


Eucharist (Lord's Sup- 


563 


Brownies 




per. Mass) 


564 


Water- Kelpies 


616 


Missals 


565 


Mermaids. See also 


617 


Communion 




F886 Manatee 


618 


Confirmation 


566 


Lorelei 


619 


Church Membership 




Fairy Tales. See N005 


620 


Penance 


570 


Monsters. Ogres 


621 


Pilgrimages 




See also G365 Teratology 


622 


Pilgrims 


571 


Dragons 


623 


Confession (Auricular 


572 


Unicorns 




Confession) 



149 



J624-720 Phil. & Religion CLA SSIFICA TION. Phil. & Religion 1721-84? 



J 

624 Seal of Confession 

625 Absolution 

626 Indulgences 

627 Extreme Unction (Viati- 

cum) 

628 Excommunication 

629 Family and Private Wor- 

ship 

630 Liturgies 

631 Breviaries 

632 Horse (Books of Hours) 

633 Prayer. Litanies 

634 Collects 

635 Rosaries. Holy Water 

636 Praying Wheels 

637 Private and Family 

Prayers 

638 Graces 

640 Hymnology 

641 Psalmody 

642 Chants 

650 Homiletics 

651 Preaching 

652 Lay Preaching 

653 Sermons (Addresses. 

Charges) 

700 Fasts, Feasts, Festivals 

(Holidays) 

701 New Year 

702 New Year Cards 

703 Epiphany (Theophany) 

704 Purification of Virgin 

Mary (Candlemas) 

705 Shrovetide 

706 St. Valentine's Day 

707 Valentines 

708 Ash Wednesday 

709 Lent 

710 Ember Days 

711 Annunciation 

712 Palm Sunday 

713 All Fool's Day 

714 Good Friday 

715 Easter 

716 Easter Cards, etc. 

717 Holy Pasch 

718 Passover 

719 Ascension 

720 Pentecost 



J 

721 Feast of Tabernacles 

722 Lammas 

723 Whitsuntide 

724 Trinity Sunday 

725 Transfiguration 

726 All Saints' Day (All- 

HaUows. Halloween) 

727 Advent 

728 Hanucah 

729 Christmas Eve 

730 Cfiristmas (Yule-tide) 

731 Christmas Cards 

732 Tebeth 

733 Hogmanay (New Year's 

Eve) 

750 Saints Days, General 

751 Secular Holidays {Divide 

nationally) 

752 Bank Hohdays 

760 Sabbath, General (Sunday) 

761 Christian Sabbath 

762 Lord's Day Observance 

763 Jewish Sabbath 

764 Sacrilege 

800 Church Government and Polity 
(This heading is for General 
Works only. The dif- 
ferent Churches will 
receive all necessary 
qualifying marks from 
the Categorical Table) 

810 State Control and Connection 

(Church and State) 

811 Disestablishment 

812 Canon Law 

813 Ecclesiastical (Consistory) 

Courts 

814 Court of Arches 

820 Councils 

821 Synods 

822 Presbyteries [blies 

823 Conventions and Assem- 

830 Episcopal Sees (Prelacy, 

Episcopacy) 

831 Dioceses 

832 Congregations 

840 Church Property 

841 Endowments 

842 Disendowment 



150 



J843-903 Phil. & Religion CLASSIFICA TION. Phil. & Religion J904-980 



J 

843 
844 

845 
846 
847 
848 

850 

851 

852 

853 

854 

855, 

856 

857 
858 

859 
860 
861 
862 
863 
864 
865 
870 
871 
872 

873 
874 

875 
876 
880 
881 
882 
885 
890 
891 



893 
894 

895 
896 
897 
898 
900 
901 
902 
903 



Tithes 

Glebes 

Teinds 

Rates 

Pew Rents 

Church Collections and 
Offerings 
Ecclesiastical Buildings 
Cathedrals 
Churches 
Chapels 

Orientation 
Temples. Tabernacles 
Synagogues 
Mosques 
Monasteries 
Abbeys 
Priories 

Convents (Nunneries) 
Cells 
Other Buildings 
Consecration 
Dedication 
Church Work 
Revivals 

Evangelistic Work 
Sunday Schools 
Bible Classes 
Prayer Meetings 
Proselytism 
Missions 

Home Missions 
Foreign Missions 
Missionaries. Colporteurs 
Priesthood 

Clerical OfHce or Profes- 
sion 
Clerical Orders 
Sacerdotalism 
Benefices 

Church Patronage 
Simony 
Stipends 
Ordination 
Clerical Officers 
Priests 
Secular Clergy — 
Cardinals 



J 

904 

905 
906 
907 
908 
909 
910 
911 

912 

913 
914 

916 
917 
918 
920 
921 
922 
923 
924 
925 
926 
927 
928 
930 
931 
932 
933 
934 
935 
936 
937 

938 

939 
940 
941 
950 

951 
960 
961 
962 

963 
970 
971 
972 
980 



Archbishops 

Bishops 

Patriarchs 

Deans 

Archdeacons 

Canons 

Minor Canons 

Ministers (Vicars. Par- 
sons. Curds) 

Rectors 

Curates 

Probationers (Deacons) 

Mullahs 

Fakirs 

Dervishes 

Other Secular Clergy 

Regular Clergy — 

Abbots 

Abbesses 

Priors 

Prioresses 

Monks 

Friars 

Nuns 

Other Regular Clergy 
Lay Officers 
Elders 

Lay Deacons 
Churchwardens 
Sidesmen 
Precentors (Choirmasters) 

Lay Vicars 
Beadles. Church Officers. 

Sacristan 
Sextons 
Vergers 

Other Lay Officers 
Laity 

Benefit of Clergy (Privilegium 
Clericale) 
Sanctuary 
Ecclesiology 
Vestments 
Ornaments 
Vessels 
Symbols and Emblems 

Cross 

Iconography 
Relics 



151 



KOOO-080 Phil. & ReUgion CLASSIFICATION. Phil. & Religion K090.153 



K 

000 Churches and Sects 

(The whole of the following 
Churches and Sects are 
to be subdivided by the 
numbers of the Cate- 

1 gorical Table relating 
to Church Doctrine, 
Government, etc.) 

ooi Semitic Religions [Divide by 
Language Nos.) 

002 Judaism 

003 Talmuds 

004 Kabala 

005 Rabbinism 

006 Samaritans 

007 Essenes 

008 Lost Tribes of Israel 

009 British Israelites 

010 Zionism 

020 Brahminism (Hinduism) 

021 Brahma. Vishnu. Siva 

022 Vedas 

023 Rigveda 

024 Samaveda 

025 Yagurveda 

026 Atharaveda 

027 Sutras of the Vedas 

028 Bramanas of the Vedas 

029 Upanishads 

030 Purana 

031 Bramo-Somaj 

040 Buddhism 

041 Buddha 

042 Jainism 

050 Confucianism 

051 Confucius 

052 Lao-Tze 

053 Mencius 

054 Taoism 

055 Shintoism [pers) 

060 Zoroastrianism (Fireworship- 

061 Rosicrucians 

062 Parseeism 

063 Zend Avesta 

070 Mohammedanism (Islamism. 

Moslemism) 
072 Koran 

080 Other Non-Christian 

Churches 



K 






090 


Non-Christian Religions, 




General 


100 


Christian Religions, General 


lOI 


Christianity 


no 


Bible 


III 


Bible Texts (whole) s 


b 


112 


Codices 


ii; 


113 


Manuscripts 


rtl 


114 


Printed Texts (whole) 


s'r 


115 


Selections and Parts ^ 


i 


116 


Polyglots (whole) 


120 


Old Testament (whole) | g-g 


121 


Selections & Parts .f|| 
Polyglots ) ' '8? 


122 


123 


Octateuch (First 8 books 




of Old Testament) 


124 


Pentateuch (First 5 books) 


125 


Genesis 


126 


Mosaic Cosmogeny 


127 


Garden of Eden. 




Adam and Eve 


128 


Deluge (Flood) 


129 


Noah's Ark 


130 


Exodus 


131 


Decalogue (Ten Com- 




mandments) 


132 


Leviticus 


133 


Numbers 


134 


Deuteronomy 


135 


Historical Books 


136 


Joshua 


137 


Judges 


138 


Ruth 


139 


Samuel 


140 


Kings 


141 


Chronicles 


142 


Ezra 


143 


■ Nehemiah 


144 


Esther 


145 


Poetical Books 


146 


Job 


147 


Psalms 


148 


Metrical Versions of 




Psalms 


149 


Proverbs 


150 


Ecclesiastes [tides] 


151 


Song of Solomon (Can- 


152 


Prophetical Books 


153 


Isaiah 





J:52 



K154-228 Phil. & Religion CLASSIFICATION. Phil. & Religion K229-306 



K 




K 




154 


Jeremiah 


229 


Jude 


155 


Lamentations 


230 


Revelation (Apocalypse) 


156 


Ezekiel 


240 


Lost Books of the Bible 


157 


Daniel 


241 


Apocrypha 


158 


Hosea 


242 


Esdras 


159 


Joel 


243 


Tobit 


160 


Amos 


244 


Judith 


161 


Obadiah 


245 


Esther 


162 


Jonah 


246 


Book of Wisdom 


163 


Micah 


247 


Ecclesiasticus 


164 


Nahum 


248 


Baruch 


165 


Habakkuk 


249 


Epistle of Jeremy 


166 


Zephaniah 


250 


Song of the Three Children 


167 


Haggai 


251 


Story of Susanna 


168 


Zechariah 


252 


History of Bel and the 


169 


Malachi 




Dragon 


170 


Minor Prophets (to- 


253 


Prayer of Manasseh 




gether) 


254 


Maccabees 


200 


New Testament (whole) 


255 


Book of Enoch 




{Divide by Language 


260 


Pseudepigrapha 




Nos.) 


261 


Apocryphal Gospels 


201 


Selections and Parts 


262 


Apocryphal Acts of the 


202 


Polyglots 




Apostles 


203 


Gospels 


263 


Apocryphal Apocalypses 


204 


Sermon on the Mount 


270 


Biblical Criticism 


205 


Lord's Prayer 


271 


Textual 


206 


Parables 


272 


Revision 


207 


Matthew 


273 


Canon 


208 


Mark 


274 


Evidences. Authenticity 


209 


Luke 


275 


Inspiration 


210 


John 


276 


Prophecy 


211 


Acts of the Apostles 


277 


Miracles 


212 


Epistles, General 


280 


Biblical Exegesis 


213 


Pauline Epistles 


281 


Hermeneutics (Interpreta- 


214 


Romans 




tion) 


215 


Corinthians, 1-2 


282 


Typology 


216 


Galatians 


283 


Paraphrases 


217 


Ephesians 


290 


Biblical Analysis 


218 


Philippians 


291 


Bible Characters, General 


219 


Colossians 


292 


Groups 


220 


Thessalonians 


293 


Individual {Divide by 


221 


Timothy 




Biographical Nos.) 


222 


Titus 


300 


Christology 


223 


Philemon 


301 


Lives of Jesus Christ 


224 


Hebrews 


302 


Portraits of Christ 


225 


Pastoral Epistles 


303 


Divinity of Christ 


226 


James 


304 


Incarnation 


227 


Peter 


305 


Titles and Names 


228 


John 


306 


Holy Grail 



153 



K307.365 Phil. & Religion CLASSIFICA TION. Phil. & ReUgion K366-441 



K 

307 
308 

309 
310 

311 
312 

313 

314 
315 
316 
320 
321 
322 
323 
324 
325 
326 

327 
328 



330 
331 
332 
333 



334 
335 
340 
341 
342 
343 
344 
345 
346 
347 
348 
349 
350 
351 
360 
361 
362 
363 
364 
365 



Ministry 
Kenotic Theory 
Atonement 
Passion (Sacrifice) 
Resurrection 
Ascension 

Millennium (Second Ad- 
vent) 
Virgin Mary 

Immaculate Conception 

Mariolatry 
Christian Theology 
Apologetics. Evidences 
Christian Dogma 
Science and Christianity 
God 

Attributes 

Works 

Trinity 

Holy Spirit 

Creation. See J005 
Metaphysics, and 
K125-26 Genesis 
Man, Original State 

Fall of Man 

Sin 

Original Sin 

See also K127 Garden 
of Eden 

Unpardonable Sin 

Free WUl 
Salvation (Soteriology) 

Grace 

Faith (Belief) 

Works 

Redemption 

Repentance 

Regeneration 

Obedience 

Justification 

Sanctification (Holiness) 
Predestination 

Election 
Eschatology (Future State) 

Heaven (Paradise) 

Angels 

Purgatory 

Hell (Hades. Sheol) 

Devil (Lucifer. Satan) 



K 




366 


Eternal Punishment 


367 


Day of Judgment 


368 


Immortality 


369 


Eternity 


370 


Antichristianity 


380 


Unity of Christianity 


381 


Reunion of Christians 


400 


Christian Churches and Sects 


401 


Primitive (Eariy Christian) 




Church 


402 


Persecutions 


403 


Martyrology 


404 


Saints (Hagiology) 


405 


Beatification. Canoniza- 




tion 


406 


Apostles (Disciples) 


407 


Apostolic Succession 


408 


Apostolic Fathers 


409 


Patristics (Fathers generally) 


410 


Fathers of the Church. 




Individual 




{Arrange alphabetically 




or chronologically) 


411 


Early Heresies and Beliefs 


412 


Gnostics 


413 


Manichseans 


414 


SabeUians 


415 


Trinitarians 


416 


Arians 


417 


Pelagians 


418 


Nestorians 


419 


Donatists 


420 


Appolinarians 


421 


Albigenses 


422 


Other Heresies 


430 


Eastern (Greek) Church 


431 


Nicene Creed 


432 


Seven Churches of Asia 


433 


Patriarchate of Constan- 




tinople 


434 


Antioch 


435 


Maronites 


436 


Alexandria 


437 


Coptic (Jacobite) 




Church 


438 


Jerusalem 


439 


Cyprus 


440 


Greece 


441 


Montenegro 



154 



K442-518 Phil. & Religion CLASSIFICATION. Phil. & Religion K519-65S 



K 




K 


442 


Rumania 


519 


443 


Austria 




445 


Russia 


520 


446 


Uniat Schism 




447 


Armenian Church 


521 


448 


Ethiopic (Abyssinian) 






Church 


522 


449 


Servian Church 


523 


450 


Georgian Church 


524 


460 


Councils of Catholic Churches 


525 


461 


(Ecumenical Councils 


526 


462 


Nice (Nicaea) I., 325 a.d. 


527 


463 


Constantinople I. 381 


528 


464 


Ephesus, 431 


529 


465 


Chalcedon, 451 


540 


466 


Constantinople II. 553 




467 


Constantinople III. 680 


541 


468 


Nice II., 787 


542 


470 


General Councils 


543 


471 


Constantinople IV. 86g- 
879 


544 


472 


Lateran (Rome) I. 11 22 


545 


473 


— — II- 1139 


546 


474 


— — III. 1179 


547 


475 


— — IV. 1215 


560 


476 


Lyon I., 1245 




477 


— II., 1274 


561 


478 


Vienne, 1311 


562 


479 


Constance, 1414-18 


570 


480 


Basle, 1431 


600 


481 


Lateran V. 1512-18 


601 


482 


Trent, 1542-51 




483 


Vatican, 1869 


602 


484 


Minor Councils 


603 


500 


Monachism 


610 


501 


Asceticism [votees 




502 


Hermits. Recluses. De- 




510 


Monastic Orders of the Catho- 


611 




lic Churches 


612 


511 


Benedictines, 529 


613 


512 


Cluniacs, 912 


620 


513 


Carthusians, 1080 


625 


514 


Cistercians, 1098 


630 


515 


Praemonstratensians 


635 




(White Canons), 1120 


640 


516 


GUbertines, 1131 


645 


517 


Trappists, 1140 


650 


518 


Carmelites (White Friars), 


655 




1156 


656 



Dominicans (Black Friars)^ 

1170 
Franciscans (Grey Friars),, 

1209 
Augustinians (Austin 

Friars), 1256 
Capuchins, 1525 
Christian Brothers, 1525- 
Lazarists, 1624 
Sulpicians, 1642 
Passionists, 1720 
Redemptorists, 1732 
Culdees [Orders- 

Other Catholic Monastic 
Sisterhoods of the Catholic 
Churches 
Carmelite Nuns 
Franciscan Nuns 
Ursuline Nuns 
Sisters of Charity (St.. 

Vincent de Paul) 
Sisters of Mercy 
Little Sisters of the Poor 
Other Sisterhoods 
Non-Catholic Monastic Orders< 
or Brotherhoods 
Anglican Brotherhoods 

— Sisterhoods 
Monastic Communities 
Latin Christianity 
Roman Catholic (Western) 
Church 
Athanasian Creed 
Apostles' Creed 
Papacy (Supreme Pontiff.. 
Pope). See also Q6$T. 
Popes 
CoUege of Cardinals 
Partriarchates 
Sacred Congregation 
Inquisition (Holy Office) 
Flagellants 
Old Catholics 
Jesuits 
Jansenites 
Molinists 
Galilean Church (Catholic), 

Ultramontanism 
~ Quietists 



155 



K660-780 Phil. & Religion CLA SSI PICA TION. Phil. & Religion K785-842 



K 

660 Anglican Church (Catholic) 

6yo Roman Catholic Churches 

{Divide by National 
Nos.) 
Reformation. See History 

700 Protestantism (Divide by 

National Nos.) 

701 Protestant Churches. Coun- 

cils, General 

712 Waldenses, 12th century 

713 Wycliffltes, 14th century 

714 Lollards 

715 Gospellers 

716 Hussites (Bethlemites), 

1403 

720 Lutheran Church, 1517 

{Divide by National Nos.) 

721 Abecedarians, 1521 

722 Pietists, 1650 

725 United Brethren (Morav- 

ians), 1722 

726 Zwinglism, 1519 

730 Calvinists, 1529 

731 Labadists, 1650 

735 Huguenots, 1560 

736 Socinians, 1546 
740 Unitarians 

745 Arminians [formed) 

750 Church of England (Re- 

751 Ecclesiastical Commis- 

sioners 

752 Queen Anne's Bounty 

753 Articles, General 

754 Ten Articles 

755 Forty- two Articles 

756 Eleven Articles 

757 Thirty-nine Articles 

758 High Church 

760 Ritualists 

761 Puseyites 

762 Tractarians (Oxford 

Movement) 

765 Broad Church (Latitudi- 

narians) 

766 Low Church 

770 Episcopal Church of Scot- 

land 

780 Church of Ireland (Pro- 

testant Episcopal) 



K 

785 

800 
801 
802 

803 
804 
805 
806 
810 
811 
815 

816 
820 
821 
822 

823 
824 
825 
826 

827 

828 
830 

831 

832 
833 

834 

835 

836 

837 
838 

839 

840 
841 



842 



Protestant Episcopal Ch. 

(U. S.) 
Nonconformity (Dissenters) 
Puritans 

Seventh-Day Baptists 

(Sabbatarians) 
Fifth Monarchy Men 
Muggletonians 
Anabaptists 
Independents, 1580 
Congregational Church 

Congregational Union 
Society of Friends 
(Quakers), 1646 
Hicksites, 1828 
Baptist Churches 

General Baptists, 1660 
New ConnectionGene- 
ral Baptists, 1661 
Particular Baptists 
Baptist Union 
Free Baptist Church 
Other Baptist Churches 
Mennonites (Dutch Bap- 
tists), i6th century 
Dunkers (1724) 
Methodist Churches (Me- 
thodism) 
Wesleyan Methodists, 
1729 
American Church 
Calvinistic Methodists 
(Whitfield), 1741 
Welsh Calvinistic Me- 
thodists 
Methodist New Connec- 
tion, 1797 
Primitive Methodists, 
1812 
American Church 
Bible Christians, 1815 
Wesleyan Reform 

Union, 1849 
Independent Methodists 
Methodist Episcopal 
Church in America, 
1766 
Methodist Protestant 
Church, 1830 



156 



K843-930 Phil. & Religion CLASSIFICATION. Phil. & Religion K931-972 



K 

843 African Methodist Epis- 

copal Church, 1816 

844 African Methodist Epis- 

copal Zion Church, 
1796 

845 Evangelical Association 

846 Free Methodist Church 

847 Other Methodist 

Churches 
850 Methodist Reunion 

900 Presbyterian Churches 

901 Church of Scotland 

902 Westminster Confes- 

sion of Faith 

903 Reformed Presbyterian 

Church (Cameronians) 
1680 

904 Secession Church (As- 

sociate Presbytery), 

1733 

905 Associate Synod (Bur- 

ghers), 1747 

906 General Associate Sy- 

nod (Anti-Bur- 
ghers), 1747 

907 United Secession Ch. 

(New Light Bur- 
ghers and Anti- 
Burghers), 1820-47 

908 Original Secession Ch. 

(Old Lights), 1842 

910 Relief Church,i76i-i847 

911 United Presbyterian 

Church of Scotland, 
1847-1900 

912 Free Church of Scotland, 

1843 

913 United Free Church of 

Scotland, 1900 

915 Evangelical Union 

(Morisonians), 1841 

916 Sandemanians (Glas- 

sites), 1730 
920 Presbyterian Church of 

England 
925 Presbyterian Church of 

Ireland 
930 Presbyterian Church of 

America 



K 

931 Cumberland Presbyter- 

ian Church 
935 Helvetian (Swiss) Church 

940 Other Presbyterian 

Churches 

Miscellaneous Protestant 
Churches and Associa> 
tions 

950 Advent Christian Ch. 

951 Catholic Apostolic Ch.. 

(Irvingites) 

952 Christian Endeavour, 

Young People's So- 
ciety of 

953 Christian Scientists 

(Faith Healers) 

954 Churches of Christ 

955 Church of Jesus Christ 

of Latter-day Saints- 
(Mormons) 

956 Countess of Hunting- 

don's Connection 

957 Disciples of Christ 

(Campbellites) 

958 Dutch Reformed Church 

959 Doppers (Separatist 

Dutch Reformed 
Church) 

960 Evangelical Alliance 

961 Free Church of England, 

962 German Evangelical Ch. 

963 Lampeter Brethren 

(Princites or Agape- 
monites. Abode of 
Love) 

964 New Jerusalem Church 

(Swedenborgians) 

965 Perfectionists 

966 Plymouth Brethren 

967 Reformed Episcopal Ch. 

968 Salvation Army 

969 Shakers 

070 Peculiar People. See 

also G546 Faith Heal- 
ing 

971 Swedish Evangelical 

Mission 

972 Universalist Church 



157 



K980-990 Phil. & Religion 
LOOO-036 Social & Pol. Sc. 



CLA SSIFICA TION. Social & Pol. Sc. L040-10I 



K 




L 




■980 


Religious Associations, 


040 


Population 




General 


041 


Census Taking 


-981 


Young Men's Christian 


042 


Malthusianism 




Association, U.K. 


043 


Neo-Malthusianism 


982 


Y.M.C.A., U.S. 


044 


Movements and Progress 


•983 


Young Women's Chris- 


045 


General Register Offices 




tian Association, U.K. 




(Divide by National 


■990 


Miscellaneous Churches and 




Nos.) 




Sects 


046 


Registrars 






047 


Births 


L— SOCIAL AND POLITICAL 


048 


Stillborn Children 




SCIENCE. 


049 


Deaths. Mortality 


L 






Tables 


000 


Social Science 


050 


Marriages 


GOX 


Primitive Society 


060 


Housing 


002 


The Family 


061 


Town Problems 


■003 


Nomadic Life. See also 


062 


Town Life 




L077 


063 


Country Problems 


•004 


Domestic Life 


064 


Country Life 


005 


The Home 


065 


Rural Depopulation 


006 


Tribal and other Organiza- 


066 


Suburban Life 




tions 


067 


Garden Cities 


■010 


Manners and Customs 


068 


Other Aspects 


Oil 


National (Divide by Na- 


070 


Poor and Poverty 




tional or Lang. Nos.) 


071 


Pauperism 




(Customs connected with 


072 


Boarding Out 




subjects go at subjects, 


073 


Outdoor Relief 




with " Customs " num- 


074 


Workhouses (Poor- 




ber from Categorical 




houses) 




Table) 


075 


Poor Law Guardians 


020 


The People. The Public 


076 


Mendicancy. Beggars 


021 


Liberty (Civil, Personal, 


077 


Vagabondage. Tramps. 




etc.) 




Vagrancy. See also 


022 


Civic Rights 




L003 


023 


Citizenship 


080 


Charities 


024 


Burgesses. Freedom of 


081 


Alms. Almshouses 


•025 


Nationality [Cities 


082 


ChcU-ity Commissioners 


026 


Naturalization 




or Boards 


027 


Aliens 


083 


Emigration 


028 


Freedom of Speech 


084 


Pauper Immigrants 


■029 


Public Opinion 


085 


Undesirable Immigrants 


030 


Petitions 


086 


Immigration, General 


031 


Public Meetings 


087 


Colonization 


032 


Procedure 


090 


Social Organizations 


033 


Chairmanship 


091 


Social Work 


034 


Rules of Debate (Stand- 


092 


Slumming. Poor Dis- 




ing Orders) 




trict Visiting 


■035 


Motions and Resolutions 


100 


Political Economy (Eeonomics) 


•036 


Amendments 


lOI 


Wealth 



158 



L102-152 Social & Pol. Sc. CLASSIFICA TION. Social & Pol. Sc. L153-223 



L 




L 


102 


Production 


153 


103 


Consumption 


154 


104 


Luxury 


155 


105 


Leisure 


156 


106 


Labour (Work) 


157 


107 


Apprenticeship 


158 


108 


Workmen 


159 


109 


Labourers 


160 


110 


Shop Assistants 




III 


" Living in " System 




112 


Hours of work 


161 


113 


Sweating 


162 


114 


Machinery and Wages 


170 


115 


Truck System 




116 


Strikes 




117 


Profit Sharing 


171 


118 


Unemployment 


172 


120 


Factory System 


173 


121 


Factories 




122 


Division of Labour 


174 


123 


Piece Work 


180 


124 


Dangerous Trades 




125 


Employers' LiabiHty 




130 


Professions 


185 


131 


Employments. Occupations 


200 


132 


Law of Master and Servant 


201 


133 


Organization. Planning 


202 


134 


Committees. Boards. 


203 




Managers 


204 


135 


Administration. Management 


205 


136 


Business Methods (Success) 




137 


Responsibility 


206 


138 


Officers 


208 


139 


Specialization (Consul- 


209 


140 


Staff [tants) 


210 


141 


Sinecures 


211 


142 


Nepotism (Favouritism) 




143 


Plural Offices 


212 


144 


Officialdom. "Red Tape." 


213 




Bureaucracy 


214 


145 


Salaries. Pay. Fees. Wages 


215 


146 


Rules. Regulations. Bye- 


216 




laws 


217 


147 


Inspection. Inspectors 


218 




See also A140 Certificates, 


219 




etc. 


220 


150 


Slavery 


221 


151 


Feudal Serfdom 


222 


152 


Villeinage 


223 



Slave Trade 

Enforced Labour 
Convict Labour 
Pauper Labour 

Coolie Labour 
Labour Colonies 
Trade Unions (Workmen) 
Trade Unions (Employers) 
{Separate Unions go at 

Trades) 
Combinations 
Co-operation 

Friendly Societies {Arrange 
by National Nos. and 
Titles) 
Building Societies 
Sick Benefit Clubs 
Slate Clubs (Dividing 

• Societies) 
Other Friendly Societies 
Secret Societies {Arrange by 
National Nos. and 
titles) ' 

Freemasonry 
Political Science 

Government, General 
The State (Constitution) 

City State 
Feudal System 
Fiefs 

See also L151, 152 
Monarchy 

Kingdom States 
Empire — 
Absolute Monarchy 
Divine Right of Mon- 

archs 
ConstitutionalMonarchy 
Crown Duties 
Crown Privileges 
Courts (Royal) 
Levees 
Assemblies 
Durbars 

Other Functions 
Court Officials 
Bodyguard 
Chamberlains 
Stewards 



159 



L224-274 Social & Pol. Sc. CLA SSI PICA TION. Social & Pol. Sc. L275-330 



L 

224 


Maids of Honour 


L 

275 


Registration of Voters 


225 


Master of the Horse 


280 


Elections 


227 


Gentlemen-in- Wait- 


281 


Canvassing 




ing. Pages 


282 


Election Agents 


228 


Other Functionaries 


283 


Ballot 


230 


TjTanny. Dictatorship 


284 


Polling 


231 


Aristocracy 


295 


Central Administration 


232 


Oligarchy 


300 


Parliaments or Elective As- 


233 


Gynaeococracy 




semblies 


234 


Republicanism 


301 


Powers and Privileges 


235 


Democracy • 




(General) 


236 


Socialism 


302 


Procedure and Forms — 


237 


Fabianism 


303 


Proceedings. Votes — 


238 


Communism 


304 


Debates — 


239 


Anarchism 


305 


Journals — 


240 


Nihilism 


306 


Bills — 


241 


Utopias (Ideal Govern- 


307 


Acts (Statutes) — 




ments) 




{Single Acts go at subjects) 


242 


Other Fornis of Govern- 


308 


Reports and Papers (Blue, 




ment 




White, etc. Books), 


243 


Federal Government 




General 


244 


Parliamentary Govern- 




[Single reports go at sub- 




ment 




jects) 


250 


Political Parties (Divide by 


309 


Other Documents 




National Nos.) 


310 


British Parliament 


251 


Conservatives (Tories) 


311 


House of Commons 


252 


Liberals (Whigs) 


312 


Speakers (Office) 


253 


Radicals 


313 


House of , Lords 


254 


Science of Politics 


314 


Lord Chancellors (Office) 


255 


Party Government 


315 


Privy Council 


256 


Internatiohal Politics 


316 


Cabinets 


257 


Statesmanship (Statecraft) 


317 


Prime Ministers (Office) 


258 


Balance of Power 


318 


English Parliament to 1709 


259 


Foreign Relations and 


319 


Scottish Parliament to 




Pohcy 




1709 


260 


Foreign Offices or Minis- 


320 


Irish Parliament 




tries 


321 


House of Keys (Manx 


261 


State Control 




Parliament) 


262 


State Interference 


322 


Colonial Legislatures [Di- 


263 


State Administration 




vide by National Nos.) 


264 


Representation [fives 


323 


Imperial Federation 


265 


Payment of Representa- 


325 


United States Congress 


266 


Proportional Representa- 


326 


House of Representatives 




tion 


327 


Senate 


270 


Suffrage (Franchise) 


328 


President 


271 


Universal 


329 


State Legislatures [Divide 


272 


Manhood 




by State Nos.) 


273 


Qualifications 


330 


France. Chambre des D6- 


274 


Woman Suffrage 




put6s 



160 



L331-367 Social & Pol. Sc. CLASSIFICA TION. Social & Pol. Sc. L368-411 



L 

331 


Senate. Cabinet 


332 


President 


333 


Germany 


334 


Bundesrath 


335 


Reichstags 


336 


State Legislatures {Divide 




by State Nos.) 


337 


Austria-Hungary 


338 


Austrian Landtage (Pro- 




vincial Diets) 


339 


Austrian Reichsrath 


340 


Hungarian Kepviselohciz 




(Lower House) 


341 


Hungarian Forendih^z 




(Upper House) 


342 


Hungarian Orszaggyiiles 


343 


Holland Staats, General 


344 


Belgium. Chambre de Rep- 




resentatives 


345 


Senate 


346 


Italy. Camera de' Deputati 


347 


Senato 


348 


Switzerland. Standerath 


349 


Nationalrath 


350 


Denmark. Folkething 


351 


Landsthing 


352 


Rigsdag 


353 


Norway. Storthing 


354 


Greece. Bule 


355 


Russia. Duma 


356 


China. Chun Chi Ch'u 




(Grand Council) 


357 


Other National Parliaments 




(Take National Nos.) 


358 


Departments of State 


359 


Civil Service, General 


360 


Home Of&ce (Interior) 


361 


Colonial Offices or Depart- 




ments (Note — All 




other Departments of 




State go with subjects) 


362 


Local Administration 


363 


Local Government Boards 


364 


Provinces 


365 


Departments (Prefects) 


366 


Counties 


367 


County Councils 



L 

368 
369 
370 
371 
372 
373 
374 
375 
376 
377 
378 

379 
380 

381 
382 

383 
384 
385 
386 

387 
388 

389 
390 
391 



392 
393 
394 
395 



400 
401 
402 

403 
404 

405 
406 
407 
408 
409 
410 
411 



Parishes 

Vestries 
Wapentakes 
Hundreds 
Tithings 
Moots 

Rural Councils 
Other Division; 
Municipalities 
Cities 

County Boroughs 
Scots Burghs 
Towns. Municipal 

Boroughs 
Urban Districts 
Townships. Rural Dis- 
tricts. 
Villages 

Other Urban Areas 
Municipal Administration 
Valuation 
Assessments 
Rating 
Trading 

Officers, General 
Mayors (Provosts, 
Maires, Burgomeis- 
ters) 
Aldermen (Bailies) 
Councillors 
Town Clerk 

Other Officers (not al- 
ready placed with sub- 
jects) 
International Law 
Sovereignty 
Succession (Salic Law) 

Abdication 
State Territory 
Suzerain and Vassal States 
Annexation 
Diplomatists 
Ambassadors 
Consuls 
Alliances 

Treaties, General (Special 
Treaties take National 
Nos., or go with sub- 
ject) 



161 



L412-455 Social & Pol. Sc. CLASSIFICATION. Social & Pol. Sc.L456-51i 



L 




L 


412 


Arbitration 


456 


413 


Conciliation 


457 


414 


Compromise 




415 


Neutrality 




416 


Armed Neutrality (Em- 


458 




bargo) 


459 


417 


Foreign Enlistments 


460 


418 


Belligerent Rights 




419 


Intervention (Mediation) 


461 


420 


Armed Intervention 


462 


421 


Contraband of War. Cap- 
tures 


463 


422 


Passports 


464 


423 


Extradition 


465 


424 


Law of Asylum 


466 


425 


Fugitives from Law 


467 


426 


Outlawry 


469 


427 


Espionage 


470 


428 


Negotiations 


471 


429 


Protocols 




430 


Law (Jurisprudence) 


472 


431 


Natural Law 


473 


432 


Common Law 


474 


433 


Statute Law 


475 


434 


Civil Law 


476 


435 


Comparative Law 


477 


436 


Laws of Various Countries 


478 




{Codes, Commentaries, 


479 




etc., divide by National 


iH 




Nos.) 


480 


437 


Equity 


481 


438 


Other Main Divisions 


482 


440 


Roman Law 


483 


441 


Institutes 


484 


442 


Pandects 


485 


443 


Ministries of Justice 


486 


444 


Attorney General 


487 


445 


Solicitor General 


500 


446 


Lord Advocate 


501 


447 


Other Crown or State 






Officers 


502 


450 


Administration of Law 


503 


451 


Law Courts (Divide hy Na- 


504 




tional Nos.) 


505 


452 


Supreme Courts of Judica- 


506 




ture 


507 


453 


Courts of Appeal 


508 


454 


High Courts of Law 


510 


455 


Chancery 


511 



King's Bench 
Probate, Divorce and 
Admiralty. See also 
B785 Marine Courts 
Court of Session 
High Court of Justiciary 
Other British High 
Courts 
County Courts 
Assizes 
Sessional and Circuit 

Courts 
Other Judicial Tribunals 
Jurisdiction of Law Courts 
Procedure of Law Courts 
Habeas Corpus 
Contempt of Court 
Law Officers 

Lords Lieutenants and 

Deputies 
Judges 

The Bench 
Sheriffs 

Sheriffs-Officers. Bailiffs 
Justices of the Peace 
Clerks of the Peace 
Magistrates 

Magistrates' Clerks. 
Procurators 
Other Law Officers 
Lawyers 
The Bar 

Councillors-at-Law 
Advocates. Barristers 
Solicitors. Writers 
Attorneys. Notaries 
Pettifoggers 
Trials, General 
State (Divide by National 

Nos.) 
Criminal — 

Civil — 

Special , — 
Ordeals 

Trial by Combat 
Trial by Fire 
Other Ordeals 
Juries 
Trial by Jury 



162 



L512-560 Social & Pol. Se. CLA SSIFICA TION. Social & Pol. Sc. L561-633 



L 




L 


512 


Grand Juries 


561 


513 


Petty or Common Juries 




514 


Other Jxiries 




515 


Arrest 


563 


516 


Prisoners 


565 


517 


Bail 


566 


518 


Evidence 


567 


519 


Relevancy 


570 


520 


Proof 


571 


521 


Circumstantial Evidence 


573 


522 


Witnesses (Subpoenas) 


574 


523 


Cross Examination 


575 


524 


Affidavits 


576 


'i25 


Confessions 


577 


526 


Accomplices (Informers) 




527 


Oaths 


578 


528 


Affirmations. Declarations 


579 


529 


Acquittal 


580 


530 


Actions at Law 


581 


531 


Litigation. Barrators 


590 


532 


Limitation of Actions 


600 


533 


Actions in formB pauperis 


601 


534 


Writs 


602 


535 


Indictments 


603 


536 


Statement of Claim 


604 


537 


Briefs 




538 


Pleadings 




539 


Estoppel 


605 


540 


Process 




541 


Forms 




542 


Costs. Taxed Costs 


606 


543 


Precedents 


607 


544 


Leading Cases 


608 


545 


Verdicts 


610 


546 


Judgments 


611 


547 


Injunctions 


612 


548 


Other Processes 


613 


550 


Oflences against the State 


614 


551 


Treason 


615 


552 


Sedition 


617 


553 


Disclosing Official Secrets 


618 


554 


Bribery(Corrupt Practices, 


619 




Secret Commissions) 


620 


555 


Perjury 


621 


556 


Personation 


630 


557 


Rescue of Prisoners 


631 


558 


Harbouring 


632 


559 


Riots. Tumults 




560 


Mutiny 


633 



Profane Oaths (Cursing 
and Swearing). See 
also J 245 Blasphemy 
Obscenity. Indecency 
Concealment of Pregnancy 
Concealment of Birth 
Other Offences 
Torts (Injuries) 

False Imprisonment 
Negligence 

Contributory Negligence 
Libel 

Criminal Libel 
Slander. Defamation of 

Character 
Malicious Prosecution 
Fraud 
Damages 
Compensation 
Other Injuries 
Criminalogy 
Criminal Law 
Summary Jurisdiction 
Criminal Lunatics 
Dangerous Persons (Crimi- 
nals). See also G775 
Insanity 

Elimination of Criminals 

See also G376-377 Eu- 
thanasia 
Felonies 
Misdemeanours 
Compounding a Felony 
Offences against Persons 

Assassination 

Murder. Homicide 

Manslaughter 

Malicious Injuries 

Challenges and Threats 

Assault 

Abduction. Kidnapping 

Childstealing 

Rape 

Unnatural Offences 
Offences against Property 

Arson 

Larceny (Pocket-pick- 
ing. Theft) [ing 

Horse and Animal steal- 



163 



.1634-688 Social & Pol. Sc. CLASSIFICA TION. Social & Pol. So. L689-755 



L 

'634 


Robbery 


L 

689 


Pardon. Amnesty 
Contracts ^^ 


635 


Highway Robbery 


700 


636 


Garrotting (Robbery 


701 


Agreements. Sureties 




with violence) 


702 


Deeds 


637 


Burglary and House- 


703 


Bonds 




breaking 


704 


Specific Performance 


638 


Receiving Stolen Goods 


705 


Bailments 


639 


Brigandage 


710 


Property 


640 


Blackmail (Extortion by 


711 


Public Property 




Threats) 


712 


Land Nationalization 


641 


False Pretences (Trick- 


713 


Personal Property 




ery. Confidence Trick) 


714 


Real Property 


642 


Malicious Damage 


715 


House Property 


643 


Embezzlement 


716 


Agents 


644 


Forgery 


717 


Land 


650 


Police 


718 


Land Registries 


651 


Detection of Crime 


719 


Freehold (Allodium) 


652 


Detectives 


720 


Leasehold 


653 


Police Courts 


721 


Copyhold 


654 


Summonses 


722 


Foreshores 


655 


Constables. Policemen. 


723 


Riparian Rights 


660 


Penology (Punishment) 


724 


Rights of Water 


661 


Prisons 


725 


Common of Turbary (Turf 


662 


CeUs 




Rights) 


663 


Reformatories 


726 


Easements 


664 


Solitary Confinement 


727 


Treasure Trove 


665 


Capital Punishment 


729 


Landowners 


666 


Hanging 


730 


Visitations 


667 


Strangulation 


732 


Domesday Book. 


668 


Guillotine. Beheading 


733 


Other National Surveys 


669 


Electrocution 


734 


Village Communities 


670 


Burning 


735 


Manors 


671 


Torture 


736 


Manorial Rights 


672 


Rack 


737 


Estates 


673 


Transportation 


738 


Estate Management 


674 


Penal Servitude 


739 


Allotments 


675 


Convicts (Galley Slaves) 


740 


Commons 


676 


Police Supervision 


741 


Public Lands 


677 


Tickets of Leave 


742 


Crown Lands 


679 


Banishment. Exile 




Enclosing. See I029 


680 


Imprisonment for Life 


744 


Trespass 


681 


With Hard Labour 


745 


Right of Way 


682 


Treadmills 


750 


Tenures 


683 


Birching and Whipping 


751 


Jocular Tenures 


684 


Bcistinado 


752 


Mortmain 


685 


Fines 


753 


Mortgages 


686 


Lynching 


754 


Rents (Groun^. Feus, etc.) 


687 


Tar and Feathering 


755 


Peppercorn or Nominal 


688 


Crucifying 




Rents 



164 



L756-812 Social* Pol. Sc. CLASSIFICATION. Social & Pol. Sc. L813-857 



L 

756 


Unearned Increment 


L 

813 


Brokerage 


757 


Dilapidations 


814 


Price Lists 


758 


Betterment 


815 


Commercial Crises 


760 


Landlord and Tenant 


816 


Trade Guilds 


761 


Absenteeism 


817 


Chambers of Commerce 


762 


Evictions 


818 


Merchants [panies 


763 


Law of Diligence 


819 


Historical Trading Com- 


764 


Law of Discovery 


820 


Companies, General 


765 


Law of Distress 


821 


Limited Liability 


766 


Distraint 


822 


Joint Stock 


767 


Landlord's Hypothec 


823 


Trusts. Combinatip^ns 


768 


Bills of Sale 


824 


Monopolies 


770 


Tenants 


825 


Promation. Formation 


771 


Joint Tenants 


826 


Articles of Association 


772 


Conveyancing 


827 


Directors 


773 


Leases 


828 


Shares 


774 


Ownership 


829 


Debentures 


775 


Membership Cards 


830 


Dividends 




(Tickets) 


831 


Shareholders 


776 


Other Departments 


832 


Goodwill 


780 


Wills and Testaments 


833 


Mercantile Law 


781 


Forms 


834 


Sole Traders 


782 


Entail 


835 


Partnerships 


783 


Primogenitm-e 


836 


Agencies. Branches 


784 


Heirs 


837 


Sales and Sale Contracts 


785 


Intestacy 


838 


Instalment System 


786 


Legacies and Bequests 




(Hire Purchase) 


787 


Executors and Adminis- 


840 


Auction Sales 




trators 


841 


Auctioneers. Valuators 


788 


Trustees 


842 


BUls of Exchange (Promis- 


789 


Probate (Proving of Wills) 




sory Notes. I.O.U.'s) 


790 


Wards 


843 


Bankruptcy 


791 


Guardianship 


844 


Insolvency 


792 


Estate Duties 


845 


Liquidation 


793 


Death Duties 


846 


Debtors 


800 


Commerce and Trade 


847 


Creditors 


801 


Ministries or Boards of 


848 


Bankruptcy Courts 




Trade and Commerce 


849 


Warrantry. Guarantee 


802 


Barter 


850 


Consignments 


803 


Domestic Trade 


851 


Demurrage 


804 


Imports 


852 


Street Vendors 


805 


Foreign Trade 


853 


Costermongers. Pedlars. 


806 


Exports 




Hawkers 


807 


Fairs 


854 


Shop-keeping 


808 


Markets 


855 


Retail Trading 


809 


Bazaars 


856 


Wholesale Trading 


810 


Prices 


857 


Automatic Trading Ma- 


811 


Discounts 




chines (Coin-freed Ap- 


812 


Commissioners 




paratus) 



165 



L858-906 Social & Pol. Sc. CLASSIFICATION. Social & Pol. Sc.L907-9 



L 




L 




858 


Commercial Travelling 


907 


Taxation 


859 


Commercial Travellers 


908 


Single Tax 


860 


Advertising 


909 


Income Tax 


861 


Posters. Picture Posters 


910 


Licences 


862 


Bill-Posting 


911 


Tariffs 


863 


Handbills 


912 


Free Trade 


864 


Prospectuses 


913 


Protection 


865 


Show Cards 


914 


ZoUverein 


866 


Trade Marks 


915 


Prohibition - 


867 


Trade Labels 


916 


Laissez Faire 


868 


Finance and Money, General 


917 


Retaliation 


869 


Money 


918 


Reciprocity 


870 


Currency. Coinage 


919 


Duties 


871 


Metal Staridards, General 


920 


Countervailing Duties 


872 


Gold — 


921 


Bounties 


873 


Silver — 


922 


Subsidies 


874 


Copper — 


923 


Revenue 


875 


Other — 


924 


Revenue Tariffs 


876 


Bi-Metallism 


925 


Excise. Customs 


877 


Paper Money 


926 


Smuggling 


878 


Bank Notes 


927 


Inland Revenue 


879 


Latin Monetary Union 


928 


Octroi duties 


880 


Mints 


930 


Speculation 


881 


Cambistry. Exchange 


931 


Stock Exchanges 


882 


Credit 




(Bourses) 


883 


Debt 


932 


Panics 


884 


Deposit Currency 


933 


Gambling 


885 


Quantity Theory of Money 


934 


Betting 


886 


Gresham's Law (Debase- 


935 


State Lotteries 




ment of Money) 


936 


Private Lotteries 


887 


Counterfeiting Coins 


940 


Capital 


888 


Forgery of Paper Money 


941 


Income 


889 


Legal Tender 


942 


Sinking Fund 


890 


Token Money (Shells, etc.) 


943 


Reserve Fund 


891 


Tills. Cash Registers 


950 


Banking 


895 


Numismatics (Archaeology of 


951 


Interest and Usury 




Coinage) 


952 


Loans 


896 


National {Divide by Na- 


953 


National Banking 




tional Nos.) 


954 


Joint Stock Banks 


897 


Special 


955 


Private Banks 


900 


Finance 


956 


Cheque System 


901 


Ministries of Finance 


957 


Clearing Houses 




(Treasury) Chancellor 


958 


Co-operative Loan See. 




of Exchequer 


959 


Savings Banks 


902 


National Debt 


960 


Land Banks 


903 


Investments 


961 


Safe Deposits 


904 


Securities 


962 


Safes. Strong Rooms 


905- 


Exchequer Bills 


965 


Pawnbroking. Mont-de-Pi6t6 


906 


Consolidated Funds 


966 


Money Lending 



166 



L967-988 Social & Pol. Sc. CLASSIFICA TION. Lang., Lit., Bib. M022-077 
MOOO-021 Lang., Lit., Bib. 



L 

967 Thrift and Saving 

970 Insurance 

971 Tontines 

972 Life Insurance 

973 Fire Insurance 

974 Marine Insurance 

975 Underwriting 

976 Lloyds 

977 Accident Insurance 

979 Other forms of Insurance 

980 Annuities 

981 Superannuation 

982 Pensions 

983 Old Age Pensions 

984 Premiums 

985 Policies 

986 Bonuses 

987 Risks and Surveying 

988 Actuaries 



M— LANGUAGE, LITERATURE, 
BIBLIOGRAPHY. 



(The Spoken, 



Written 
Word.) 



and Printed 



M 

000 Language (Philology) 

001 Origin of Language 

002 Primitive Language 

003 Phonology. Phonetics. See 

also G903 Speech 

004 Agglutinatives 

005 Labials 

006 Dentals 

007 Gutturals 

008 Liquids 

009 Nasals 

010 Sibilants 
on Alphabets 

012 Vowels 

013 Consonants. Aspirates 

014 ■ Diphthongs 

015 Transliteration 

016 Abbreviations 

017 Punctuation 

018 Pronunciation (Orthoepy) 

019 Spelling (Orthography) 

020 Grammar, Comparative 

021 Accidence (Inflection) 



M 

022 
023 
024 
025 
026 
027 
028 
029 
030 
031 
032 
033 
034 
035 

041 

042 

043 
044 

045 
046 

050 

051 



052 
053 
054 
055 
056 

057 
060 
061 
062 
063 
064 
065 
070 
071 
072 

073 
074 

075 
076 
077 



Parsing 
Analysis 
Syntax 

Parts of Speech 
Adjectives 
Adverbs 
Articles 
Conjunctions 
Interjections 
Nouns 
Particles 
Prepositions 
Pronouns 
Verbs 
Prosody. See N130 Poetry 
Reading (as an Exercise) 
Composition 
Errors of Speech 
Bulls 

Vulgarisms 
Dictation 
Lexicography (General) 
Dictionaries. Glossaries 
(General) 
{Single Dictionaries take 
Language Nos. plus 
Categorical " Diction- 
ary " Nos.) 
Polyglots 
Idioms 
Dialects 
Slang 
Neology 
Euphuisms 

Etymology 

Prefixes 
Suffixes 
Synonjmis 

Homonyms 

Antonyms 

Names 

Surnames 

Christian or Forenames 
Male Christian Names 
Female Christian Names 

Nicknames 

Place Names 

Other Names 



167 



M080-154 Lang., Lit., Bib. CLASSIFICATION. Lang., Lit., Bib. M160-235 



M 

080 School Books 

081 Horn Books [Books 

082 Chrestomathies. Phrase 
090 Comparative Philology 

ogi Translating. Interpreting 

100 Literature, General 
loi Authorship 

102 Methods 

103 Book Writing 

104 Pamphlets 

105 Prefaces 

106 Introductions 

107 Dedications 

See also Letterpress 
Printing 
no Correspondence. Letter 

Writing 

111 Secretaryship 

112 Anonymous and Pseudo- 

nymous Literature 

113 Anonyma 

114 Pseudonyma 

120 Literary Criticism, General 

(Special receives National 
No. plus Categorical No.) 

121 Journalism 

122 Newspaper Press 

123 Magazine Press 

124 Editorial Work 

125 Reporting 

126 News Agencies 

127 Collecting and Distri- 

buting News 

130 Liberty of the Press 

131 Censorship 

132 Licensing Literature 

133 Index Expurgatorius 

134 Forbidden and Con- 

demned Books 
140 Copyright 
145 Comparative Literature 

150 Cataloguing 

151 Alphabetical (Author) 

152 Classified 

153 Dictionary 

154 Other Forms 

(Single Catalogues go with 
subjects, or kind of 
Library, or Trade) 



M 

160 Indexing. Filing 

161 Calendering 

162 Precis Writing and Digest- 

ing 

170 Rhetoric 

180 Oratory 

181 Elocution. Recitation 

182 Gesture 

183 Conversation 

184 Debating 

185 Ventriloquism 

186 Mimicry. See also E076 

Animal Mimicry 

LANGUAGES AND LITERARY 
HISTORY, 

200 African Languages 

202 Tribal 

203 Bushman 

204 Hottentot 

205 Bantu or Kaffir 

206 Wolof 

207 Mende 

208 Felup 

209 Central African 

210 Bornu 

211 Kru 

212 Eve 

213 Nubian 

214 Ibo 

215 Nile Group 

216 Unclassified Negro 

217 African Tribal Literature 

220 Hamitic Languages 

221 Literatiue 

222 Old Egyptian Language 

223 Literature 

224 Coptic Language 

225 Literature 

226 Libyan Lang, and Lit. 

227 Numidian Lang, and Lit. 

228 Kabyle Lang, and Lit. 

229 Berber Lang, and Lit. 

230 Semitic Languages 

231 Literature 

232 Assyro-Babylonian Lang. 

233 Literature 

234 Phoenico-Hebrew Lang. 

235 Literature 



168 



M236-285 Lang., Lit., Bib. CLA SSI PICA TION. Lang., Lit., Bib. M286-340 



M 




236 


Modern Hebrew 


237 


Yiddish 


238 


Punic Lang, and Lit. 


239 


Samaritan Lang, and Lit. 


240 


Aramaic (Babylon) 


241 


Chaldee Lang, and Lit. 


242 


Syriac Language 


243 


Literature 


244 


Ethiopic 


245 


Amharic 


246 


Arabian Language 


247 


Literature 


248 


Sinaitic 


249 


Maltese 


250 


Asian Languages, General 


251 


Literature, General 


252 


Aryan Languages, General 


253 


Literature, General 


254 


Aryan, Asian Languages 


255 


Literature 


256 


Indian Group 


257 


Sanskrit (Vedic) Lang. 


258 


Literature 


259 


Prakrit 


260 


Pali 


261 


Kafiri 


262 


Dardui 


263 


Kashmiri | 


264 


Singalese ! 


265 


Hindustani Language j 


266 


Literature 


267 


Gujarati Lang, and Lit. 


268 


Sindhi 


269 


Marathi 


270 


Uriya 


271 


Other Hindustani Dia- 




lects 


272 


Hindi Lang, and Lit. 


273 


Panjabi 


274 


Other Hindi Dialects 


275 


Bengali 


276 


Other Indian Vernaculars 


280 


Persian (Iranian) Languages 


281 


Literature 


282 


Old Persian 


283 


Pahlavi 


284 


Parsi 


285 


Neo-Persian 



M 




286 


Kurdish 


287 


Beluchi 


288 


Zend 


289 


Pukhtu (Afghan) 


290 


Ossetian 


291 


Armenian Language 


292 


Literature 


300 


Turanian Languages 


301 


West Asia Group 


302 


Accadian, etc. 


303 


Uralic Group 


304 


Tchudic 


305 


Finnish Language 


306 


Literature 


307 


Esthonian 


308 


Livonian 


309 


Lapp 


310 


Permian 


311 


Volgaic 


312 


Magyr (Uigur — Hungar- 




ian) Language 


313 


Literature 


314 


Samoyed Group 


315 


Turkish Tartar 


316 


Mongolian 


317 


Tungusian (Japanese) Lan- 




guage 


318 


Literature 


320 


Dravidian Languages 


321 


Literature 


322 


Tamil Lang, and Lit. 


323 


Telugu 


324 


Tulu 


325 


Canarese 


326 


Coorg 


327 


Gond 


328 


Other Dravidian Lang. 


329 


Kolarian 


330 


Tibeto-Burman 


331 


Nepal 


332 


Sikkhim 


333 


Assam 


334 


Manipur-Chittagong 


335 


Burmese 


336 


Trans-Himalayan 


337 


Other Dialects 


338 


Tai 


339 


Siamese 


340 


Shan 



169 



M341-409 Lang., Lit., Bib. CLASSIFICA TION. Lang., Lit., Bib. M410-454 



M 

341 Mon-Anam 

342 Cambodia 

343 Annamite 

344 Khasi 

345 Chinese Language 

346 Literature 

347 Korean 

348 Lycian 

349 Lesghic 

350 Ude 

351 Circassian 

352 Thushian 

353 Alarodian (Georgian) 

354 Other Caucasian Lang. 

360 Malayo-Polynesian 

361 Malayan 

362 Philippine 

363 Formosa 

364 Malayo-Javanese 

365 Malay 

366 Achinese 

367 Javan 

368 Dayak 

370 Polynesian 

371 Samoan 

372 Tongan 

373 Maori 

374 Tahitan 

375 Hawaiian 

376 Other Dialects 

380 Melanesian 

381 Fijian 

382 Andamanese 

383 Papuan 

384 Aino 

385 Australian Natives 

386 Tasmanian Natives 

387 Micronesian Natives 

400 European Languages 

401 Aryan (European) Languages 

402 Literature 

403 Celtic Languages, General 

404 Literature, General 

405 Cymric Language 

406 Literature 

407 Welsh Language 

408 Literature 

409 Cornish 



M 

410 Armorican (Breton) 

Language 

411 Literature 

412 Gadhelic Language 

413 Literature 

414 Irish Language (Erse) 

415 Literature 

416 Manx 

417 Gaelic (Scots Highlands) 

Language 

418 Literature 

419 Gauhsh [General 

420 Classics (Latin and Greek), 

421 Latin (Italic) Language 

422 Literature 

423 Umbrian 

424 Oscan , 

425 Classic Latin Language 

426 Literature 

427 Macaronic Latin 

428 MediaevaL Latin Lang. 

429 Literature 

430 Neo-Latin (Romanic) Lang. 

431 Literature 

432 Italian Language 

433 Literature 

434 Sardinian 

435 French Language 

436 Literature 

437 Proven9al Language 

438 Literature 

439 Langue d' Oc 

440 Langue d' Oil 

441 Catalan 

442 Walloon 

443 Belgian Literary History 

444 French-Canadian Literary 

History 

445 Spanish Language 

446 Literature 

447 Portuguese Language 

448 Literature 

449 Latin American Literature 

450 Wallachian 

451 Rumesh 

452 Greek (Hellenic) Language, 

General 

453 Literature, General 

454 Thracian 



170 



M455-525 Lang., Lit., Bib. CLASSIFICATION. Lang., Lit., Bib. M526-606 



M 

455 
456 
457 
458 

459 
460 



Albanian 
Phrygian 
Classical Greek Language 

Literature 
Modern Greek Language 
Literature 



465 Letto-Slavonic Language 

466 Literature 

467 Slavic 

468 Old Slavonic 

469 Bulgarian 

470 Ecclesiastical Slavonic 

471 Russian Language 

472 Literature 

473 Slovene 

474 Croatian 

475 Servian Language 

476 Literature 

477 Polabian (Lusatia) 

478 Slovak-Czech (Bohemian) 

Language 

479 Literature 

480 Polish Language 

481 Literature 

482 Wendish 

483 Lettish 

484 Old Prussian 

485 Lithuanian 

500 Teutonic Languages 

501 Literature 

502 Low German Language 

503 Literature 

504 Gothic 

505 Frisian 

506 Dutch (Flemish) Language 

507 Literature 

508 Cape Dutch 

509 Continental Saxon 

510 Anglo-Saxon Language 

(Old English to 1150) 

511 Literature 

520 English Language, General 

521 Literature, General 

522 Middle English (1150- 

1500) 

523 Modern English Lan- 

guage (from 1500) 

524 Literature 

525 Local English Dialects 



Local Scots Dialects 

Scots Literary History, 
Genei al 

Irish — 

Welsh — 

American — 

Colonial — 

Australasian — 

Canadian — 

African — 
Norse Language (Scandi- 
navian) 
Literature 
Old Norse 
Icelandic Language 

Literature 
Norwegian Language 

Literature 
Danish Language 

Literature 
Swedish Language 

Literature 



M 

526 
527 

528 
529 
530 
531 
532 
533 
534 
540 

541 
542 
543 
544 
545 
546 
547 
548 
549 
550 

560 High German Languages 

561 Literature 

562 Old German 

563 Middle German 

564 High German Language 

(Ordinary Modern 
German) 

565 Literature 

566 Rhenish 

567 • Thuringian 

568 Swabian 

569 Swiss Literary History 

570 Austrian Literary History 
580 Etruscan Language 

585 Basque Language 

586 Literature 

590 Gipsy (Romany) Language 
595 Literature 

600 American Languages 

601 South American Languages, 

General 

602 Literature of Non-Latin 

Races 

603 Fuegian 

604 Patagonian 

605 Chibcha 

606 Guaycuru-Abiponian 



171 



M607-705 Lang., Lit., Bib. CLASSIFICATION. Lang., Lit., Bib. M706-749 



M 

607 Arda 

608 Araucanian 

609 Peruvian 

610 Andes Languages 

611 Moxa 

612 Chiquita 

613 Tupi-Guarani 

614 Carib 

615 Lule 

616 Cueva 

617 Cibuney 

618 Maya 

619 Mexican 

620 Pueblo 

621 Other S. American Dialects 

650 Nortli American Languages 

651 Yuma 

652 Californian 

653 Selish 

654 Chinuk 

655 Sahaptin 

656 Nutka 

657 Appalachian 

658 Pawnee 

659 Dakota 

660 Iroquois 

661 Algonquin 

662 Athabaskan (Tinne) 

663 F'linket 

664 Aleutian 

665 Eskimo [lects 

666 Other N. American Dia- 

670 Universal Language 

671 Unity of Language 

672 Volapuk 

673 Esperanto 
675 Other 

680 Deaf and Dumb Alphabets and 

Signs 

681 Visible Speech 

700 Palaeography and Diplomatics 

701 Palaeography (alone) 

702 Diplomatics (alone) 

703 Records. Charters 

704 Record Offices (Divide by 

National Nos.) 

705 State Papers 

{Actual State Papers go 
at Nation or Subject) 



M 




706 


Archives 


707 


Origin of Writing 


708 


Mnemonic Writing 


709 


Picture — 


710 


Ideographic — 


711 


Cuneiform — 


712 


Hieroglyphics 


713 


Hieratic Writing 


714 


Demotic — 


715 


The Rosetta Stone 


716 


Runic Writing 


717 


Ogam — 


718 


Other Forms 


720 


Script Writing 


721 


Oriental 


722 


Greek 


723 


Roman 


724 


Gothic 


725 


English 


726 


Italian 


727 


French 


728 


Other Varieties 


730 


Calligraphy (Penmanship. 




Graphology) 


731 


Scriptorium 


732 


Contractions. Exten- 




sions 


733 


Palimpsests 


734 


Materials 


735 


Pens 


736 


Styles 


737 


Fountain Pens 


738 


Pencils 


739 


Inks 


740 


Copjang Processes 


741 


Manifolding 


742 


Copy-books. Specimens 


743 


Universal Writing (Pasi- 




graphy) 


744 


Manuscripts 




(Actual MSS. to be treated 




as separate Books, and, 




classified according to 




subjects) 


745 


Inscriptions (Epigraphy) 


746 


Shorthand, General 


747 


Special Methods 


748 


Cryptography 


749 


Sematology (Signs) 



172 



M750-806 Lang., Lit., Bib. CLASSIFICATION. Lang., Lit., Bib.M807-848 



M 




1 


M 


' 


750 


Typewriting 


807 


Type 


751 


Other Mechanical Methods 


808 


Sizes and Bodies 




of Writing 


809 


Black Letter (Gothic) 


760 ] 


Bibliography 


810 


Roman 


7§i 


Universal Bibliography {A 11 


811 


Italic 


- 


other forms go at sub- 


812 


Greek 




jects, with " Biblio- 


813 


Hebrew 




graphy " No. from 


814 


Oriental (Arabic, etc.) 




Categorical Table) 


815 


British (Irish and other 


762 


Book Collecting(Bibliomania) 




Founts) 


763 


Rarities, General 


816 


Other varieties 


764 


Book Selection, General 


817 


Printing Office Furniture 


765 . 


Library, General I, 




and Materials 


766 


Municipal Libraries 


818 


Music Printing 


767 


Private Collector^ 


819 


Engraved Music 


770 


Historical Typography 


820 


Type music 


/ / 

771 


Block Books (Xylographic 

Printing) 
Invention of Movable Type 


821 
822 


Other varieties 
Ruling, and machines 


772 


823 
824 


Numbering, and machines 
Logotypes 




National Printing, General 


825 


Embossed (or Nature) 


773 


Chinese Printing 




Printing 


775 


Oriental — " 


826 


Addressing Machines 


779 


Germany 


827 


Microscopic Printing 


780 


Italy 


828 


Rubber, Perforating and 


781 


France 




other Hand Stamps 


782 


Netherlands 


830 


Composition 


783 


Switzerland 


831 


■ Hand 


784 


Spain. Portugal 


832 


Machine, General 


785 


England 


833 


Linotype 


786 


Austria-Hungary 


834 


Monotype 


787 


Denmark 


835 


Other Mechanical 


788 


Norway 




Methods 


789' 


Sweden 


836 


Type Distributing 


790 


Russia 


837 


Correcting for Press. 


791 


Other Countries , ^ 




Proof Reading 


792 


Special Presses 


It) 

1 e* 


838 


Imposition and Making 


793 


Private — 




Up 


795 


Incunabula 


1^ 


839 


Stereotyping 




{Actual specimens 


840 


Press Work 




go with subjects) ' ^ 


841 


Printing Presses, Hand 


798 


Printers' Marks 


842 


Platen Presses 


800 


Practical Printing 


843 


Printing Machines, 


801 


Type-founding 




rotary 


802 


Hand casting 


844 


Other kinds of Printing 


803 


Moulds 




presses 


804 


Punches 


846 


Letterpress Printing 


805 


Machine Casting 


847 


Title-pages. Editions 


806 


Founders' Catalogu 


es 


848 


Colophons 



^73 



M849-893 Lang., Lit., Bib. CLA SSI PICA TION . Lang., Lit., Bib. M895-995 

Lit. Forms,Texts NOOO-002 
M 

849 
850 

851 

852 

853 
854 
855 



856 
857 

860 
861 
862 
863 

864 
865 
866 
867 
868 
869 
870 

871- 

872 

873 



874 

875 
876 

877 
878 
880 
881 
882 
883 
884 
885 
886 
887 
888 
889 
890 
891 
892 
893 



Chapters & Divisions 
Pagina.tion 
Signatijres 
Picture Printing 
Colour Printing 
Tliree Colour Process 
Special Printing 
See also A735 Photo 
Mechanical Engraving 
Compositors (The Chapel) 
Printers and Printing 
Trades. General 
Paper Making 
Mills 

Watermarks 

Varieties of Paper. Parch- 
ment. VeUum 
Sizes. Size Notation 
Millboards 
Card-boards 
Straw Boards 
Papier M^qhe 
Paper Makers 
Stationery and Fancy Goods 

Trades 
Stationery Office 
Bookbinding, General 
Historical Bookbinding 

(Divide by National 
Nos.) 
Leather Bindings 
Metal Bindings 
Vellum Bindings 
Embroidered Bindings 
Other Bindings 
Practical Bookbinding 
Mending. Repairing 

Bookworms 
Mounting, Inlaying 
Folding and Stitching 
Forwarding 
Finishing and Tooling 
Edge-work 

Marbling and Sprinkling 
Gilding 

Painting and Colouring | 
Cloth Binding 
Leather Binding 
Bookbinders 



M 

895 Publishers and Publishing 
Trade 

897 Booksellers and Bookselling 
Trade 

898 Newsagents 

900 Library History and Economy 

901 Library History, General 

902 Ancient Libraries" 

903 Classical — 

904 Modern — ^ 

905 State — 

906 Muncipal , — 

907 Endowed — 

908 Subscription — 

909 Commercial — 

910 Private — 

950 Library Economy 

951 Foundation 

952 Librarianship 

953 Book Accession 

954 Reading and 

Habit 

955 Best Books 

956 Book Plates and Labels 

957 Stamps and other 

ownership marks 

960 Public Service 

961 Borrowers 

962 Charging or Registra- 

tion of Books 

963 Book Distribution 

964 Lending Libraries 

965 Branch Libraries 

Deliveries 

966 Travelling Libraries 

967 Reading Rooms 

968 Newsrooms 

969 Reference Libraries 

970 Children's Libraries 

971 Children's Books 
990 Household Libraries 
995 Special Libraries 



S-. 

o 
S 



Reading 



and 



N 

000 
001 
002 



N— LITERARY FORMS AND 
TEXTS. 

FICTION 

Romances, Collective 
Novels . — 



174 



N003-124 Lit. Forms,Texts CLA SSI PICA TION. Lit. Forms.Texts N130-249 



N 




N 


003 


Tales and Stories, Collective 


130 


004 


Juvenile Fiction — 


132 


005 


Fairy Tales. Legends — 


133 


006 


Fables — 


134 


007 


Allegories — 


150 


00a 


Other Forms — 




020 


Individual Authors. Arrange 
alphabetically under real 
names by numbers of Bio- 
graphical Table. Anony- 
ma at end. Original Texts 






with translations. For con- 


200 




venience in charging in 


201 




a Lending Library, it will 


202 




be found best to ignore 






the Class Letter and Num- 


210 




ber in General Fiction, and 


211 




use the Biographical Num- 


212 




bers for Authors only. 


213 




Fiction may be distributed 


214 




according to its ascertained 


215 




subject matter, by adding the 


216 




Fiction number from the 






Categorical Table to any sub- 


217 




ject number thought appro- 


218 




priate. Historical Fiction in 


219 




particular lends itself to this 


220 




method of classification. 


221 
222 


100 


POETRY 




lOI 


Anthologies, General 


223 


102 


National 






Special Forms go with 


224 




Forms — \Forms, below 


230 


no 


Didactic 


231 


III 


Satire 


232 


112 


Descriptive 




"3 


Pastoral 


233 


114 


Lyric 




115 


Ballads 


240 


116 


Songs 


241 


117 


Hymns 


242 


118 


Odes 


243 


119 


Elegies 


244 


120 


Sonnets 


245 


121 


Epic 


246 


122 


Epigrams 


247 


.123 


Nursery Rhymes 


248 


124 


, . Parodies 


249 



Prosody 

Versification. Rhyme 
Rhythm 
Quantity, Metre 
Individual Poets [Arrange 
alphabetically under real 
names by numbers of Bio- 
graphical Table. Anony- 
ma at end. Original Texts 
with Translations} 

DRAMA 

Plays, General 

National 

Special Forms go with 

Tragedies [forms 

Comedies 

Farces. Sketches 

Melodramas 

Burlesques. Biirlettas 

Vaudevilles 

Miracle Plays (Reppresen- 
cione) 

Passion Plays 

Mysteries 

Masques 

Pantomimes 

Shadow Pantomimes 

Puppet Shows. Marion- 
ettes. (Punchinello) 

Masquerades. Carnivals. 
Guisards 

Other Forms 

Private Theatricals 

Charades 

Tableaux Vivants (Living 
Pictures) 

Dialogues (Imaginary Con- 
versations) 
Acting (Histrionics) 

Theatres 

Music Halls (Variety Halls) 

Circuse (Hpipodromes) 

Travelling(Booth)Theatres 

Stage Management 

Miniature or Toy Theatres. 

Actors 
Mrunmers 
Clowns 



175 



N250-336 Lit. Forms,Texf s CLA SSIFICA TION. History & Geog. 0000-035 



N 

250 



Individual Dramatists (Ar- 
range alphabetically 
under real names by 
numbers of Biographi- 
cal Table. Anonyma 
at end. Original Texts 
with Translations) 



ESSAYS AND MISCELLANEA 

300 ESSAYS 

301 General Collections 

302 National Collections 

(Special Collections go 
with Topics) 
305 Individual Authors. (Arrange 
alphabetically under 
real names by numbers 
of Biographical Table. 
Anonyma at end. 
Original Texts with 
Translations. Only 
miscellaneous collec- 
tions of essays go here. 
All single or collected 
essays on definite 
Topics go with Topics) 
Miscellanea — 

310 Albums, General 

311 Scrap Books, General 

312 Clippings or Cuttings 

Books, General 

313 Note Books 

314 Anecdotes 

315 Story-telling. Raconteurs 

316 Bon Mots 

317 Ana 

318 Table Talk 

320 Facetiae 

321 Humour 

322 Wit 

323 Puns. Punning 

334 Jests 

326 Mottoes [Aphorisms) 

330 Proverbs, General (Maxims. 

331 National (Divide by Na- 

335 Quotations [tional Nos.) 

Birthday Books. See 
X206 Biography 

336 Satire 



0-W— HISTORY & GEOGRAPHY 
— Universal History and Africa. 

000 Universal History and Geo- 

graphy (4004 B.C. to date) 

001 Civil History, General 

002 Church — 

003 Social — 

004 Military — 

005 Naval — 

006 Battles, in General (Single 

Battles go in countries 
where fought) 

007 Adventures. Great Deeds. 

(Historical) 
010 Ancient History and Geography 
on Ancient History, alone (4004 

B.C. — ^476 A.D.) 

012 Earliest Times to 2349 B.C. 

(Deluge) 

013 2349-1912 B.C. (To founda- 

tion of Assyrian Mon- 
archy) 

014 1912-1183 B.C. (To fall of 

Troy) 

015 1183-976 B.C. (To death 

of Solomon) 

016 976-559 B.C. (To founda- 

tion of Persian Em- 
pire) 

017 559-1 B.C. (To end of Era) 

018 Christian Era as a whole 

(A.D. I— ) 

019 Period from a.d. i to 476, 

as a whole 

020 First Century a.d. 

021 Second — 

022 Third — 

023 Fourth — 

024 Fifth — 

025 Dispersed Ancient Nations— 

026 Phoenicia 

027 Sidon 

028 Tyre 

029 Chaldea 

030 Kushite Race 

031 Assyria 

032 Nimrod to Belatores, 

2245-1422 B.C^ 



176 



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033 Nineveh 

034 Sardanapalus (Assur- 

bani-pal),876-332 B.C. 

035 Hittites 

036 Philistines 

037 Babylonia 

038 Accadians 

039 Babylon 

040 Lydia (Mseonia) 

041 Mythical Monarchs 

042 Croesus, 560-546 B.C. 

043 Sardis 

044 Other Dispersed Nations 

045 Mediaeval History and Geo- 

graphy . 

046 Mediaeval History, alone (a.d. 

476-1453) 

047 Sixth Century a.d. 

048 Seventh — 

049 Eighth — 

050 Ninth — 

051 Tenth — 

052 Eleventh — 

053 Twelfth — 

054 Thirteenth — 

055 Fourteenth ■ — 

056 Fifteenth — 

057 Crusades (1095-1270) 

060 Modern History and Geography 

061 Modern Hist., alone (1453 — ) 

062 Sixteenth Century a.d. 

063 Seventeenth — 

064 Eighteenth — 

065 Nineteenth — 

066 Twentieth — 

067 Twenty-first — 

070 Chronology 

071 Eras and Epochs 

072 Cycles, Golden Number, etc. 

073 Styles, Old and New 

074 Dates 

075 Chronograms 

076 Almanacs (Ephemerides) 

077 Calendars 

078 Julian 

079 Gregorian 

080 Church Almanac 

081 Jewish 





082 
083 
084 
085 



200 

205 
210 

215 
220 
225 
230 

235 
250 



Mohammedan 

French Revolutionary 

Others 
Diaries, Blank {Written ones 
go in subject, Bio- 
graphy or Country) 



086 


Historical Collaterals 


087 


Proclamations 


088 


Coronations 


089 


Pageants 


090 


Processions 


091 


Revolutions 


092 


Massacres 


093 


Conspiracies. Plots. Feuds 


094 


Invasions 


095 


Spraghistics (Medals) 


100 


Archaeology (Antiquities) 


105 


Prehistoric Antiquities 


no 


Paleolithic (Early Stone) Age 


115 


Neolithic (Late Stone) Age 


120 


Bronze Age 


125 


Iron Age 


150 


Cave DweUings. Pit Dwel- 




lings 


151 


Lake Dwellings 


152 


Crannoges 


153 


Mounds. Barrows 


154 


Monoliths 


155 


Cromlechs. Dolmens 


156 


Cairns 


157 


Kitchen Middens 


158 


Other Remains 



177 



Note . — A II other antiquities 
go with subjects. They 
take their subject, plus 
the Categorical " Ar- 
chceology " No.) 
Universal Geography and De- 
scription 
Ancient Geography 
Classical — 

Mediaeval — 
Modern — 

Historical — 

Wonders of the World 
Cities and Towns 
Voyages and Travels, Collec- 
tive, General 



M 



0260-344 History & Geog. CLASSIFICA TION. History & Geog. 0345-415 





260 



270 



280 

281 

282 

300 
301 
302 
303 
304 
305 
306 

307 
308 

309 
320 
321 

325 
326 

327 

328 

329 

330 
331 

335 
336 
337 
338 
339 
340 
341 
342 
343 
344 



Individual Authors, Gene- 
ral {Divide by Bio- 
graphical Nos.) 
{Travels in special coun- 
tries go at Local Nos.) 
Atlases, General 

{Separate National At- 
lases, Maps and Plans 
go at Local Nos.) 
Cartography. See also D020 
Surveying 
Map and PlanConstruction 
Boundaries 

AFRICA 
North Africa 

Roman Occupation 
Mauritania 
Numidia 
Carthage 
Hamilcar 
Hamilcar Barca 
Hannibal 
Other Roman States 
Barbary States 

Barbary Corsairs 
Marocco (Morocco) 

Dynasty of the Alides to 

1794 
Mulai-Soliman, 1794- 

1822 
Mulai-Abderrahman, 

1822-59 
Sidi-Mulai- Mohammed, 

1859-73 
Mulai-Hassan, 1873-94 
Mulai-Abd-el-Aziz, 

1894— 



Fez 

Mekenes 

Marakish 

Tetuan 

Tangier 

Ceuta 
Sallee 

Rabat 
Mazagan 
Mogador 



(Marocco City) 



345 
346 
347 
350 
351 
352 
353 
354 
355 
356 
357 
358 
359 
370 
371 
372 
373 
374 
380 

381 
382 
383. 

400 
401 
402 

403 
404 

405 
406 

407 

408 

409 

410 
411 

412 
413 

414 
415 



Tafilet Oasis 

Berber Tribes 

Atlas Mountains 
Algeria 

Beys of Algiers 

French Occupation 

Algiers 

Oran 
Flem5en 

Constantine 
B6ne 

Kabyle Tribes 

The Tell 
Tunisia (Afrikija) 

Beys of Tunis 

Tunis 

Kairwan 

Dugga 
Tripoli 

Barca (Cyrenaica) 
Benghazi 

Fezzan 

EGYPT 

Ancient Egypt 
Ancient Empire (4400- 

3064, B.C.) 

Thinite (This) (1-2 Dyn.) 
4400-3966 
Memphite (3-4 Dyn.) 
3966-3733 
Elephantine (5 Dyn.) 
Memphite (6-8 Dyn.) 
Heracleopolite (9-10 
Dyn.) 
Middle Empire (3064- 

1700 B.C.) 

Theban (11-13 Dyn.) 

2466 

Xoite (Xois) (14 Dyn.) 

Hyksos (Shepherd kings) 

(15-16 Dyn.) 

New Empire (1700-332 b.c) 

Theban (17-20 Dyn.) 

1800-1100 
Tanite (21 Dynasty) 

1100-966 

Bubastite (22 Dynasty) 

966-766 



178 



0416-451 History &Geog. CLASSIFICATION. History & Geog. 0455-519 



O 

416 Tanite (23 Dynasty) 

766-733 

417 Saite (Sais) (24 Dyn.) 

733-700 

410 Ethiopian (Nubia) (25 

Dyn.) 700-666 

419 Saite (26 Dynasty) 

666-527 

420 Persian (27 Dynasty) 

527-406 
.421 Saite (28 Djmasty) 

406-399 

422 Mendesian (29 Dyn.) 

399-378 

423 Sebennyte (30 Dyn.) 

378-340 

424 Persian (31 Dynasty) 

340-332 

425 Conquest of Egypt by 

Alexander, 332 

426 Ptolemy I. — Ptolemy 

VIII. 323-81 B.C. 

427 Alexander I. — Cleopatra 

I. 81-80 B.C. 

428 Ptolemy IX. 80-43 B.C. 
.429 Antony and Cleopatra 

43-30 B.C. 

430 Roman Egypt, 30 b.c. to 

395 A.D. 

431 Byzantine Egypt, 395-640 

A.D. 

432 Mohammedan Egypt, 640- 

1538 
See also Arabia 

433 MamlUkes, 1250-1538 

434 Turkish Egypt, 1538-1798 

435 French Rule, 1798-1803 

436 Khedives 

437 Mehemet Ali, 1805-48 

438 Ibrahim, 1848- 
-439 Abbas, 1848-54 

440 Said, 1854-63 

441 Ismail, 1863-79 

442 Mohammed Tewfik, 

1879-1892 

443 Abbas Hilmi, 1892- 
445 British Egypt, 1882- 
450 Peninsula of Sinai 

-451 Gulf of Akabah 



455 
456 
457 
458 

459 
460 
461 
462 

463 
464 

465 
466 

467 
468 

469 
470 
471 

475 
476 
477 
478 

479 
480 
481 
482 
483 

484 

485 
486 
487 
488 
489 
490 
495 
500 
501 
502 
510 

511 
512 

513 
514 
515 
516 
517 
518 
519 



Lower Egypt (Bahaira) 
Pyramids 
Cairo 

Alexandria 
Port Said 
Red Sea 
Suez Canal 
Gulf of Suez 
Damietta 
El-Arish 
Behera 
Charkish 
Dakahlieh 
Gharbiah 
Kaloubiah 
Menoufieh 
River Nile 
Upper Egypt 
Beni-Souef 
Fayoum 
Guizeh 
Memphis 
Minieh 
Assiout 
Guerga 
Kena (Kenfih) Thebes, 

Karnac 
Aswan (Assouan) 
Nubia 

Egyptian Sudan 
Khartoum 
Kordofan. Sennar 
Darfur. Bahr-el-Ghazal 
Sahara 

Libyan Deseit 
East Africa 
Eritrea 

Massowah 
Abyssinia (Habesh or Ethio- 
pia) 
Early Kings 
Neguses 
Theodore, 1855-72 
Johanni II., 1872-89 
Menelik II., 1889 
Tigre 

Adowa 
Amhara 
Gondar 



179 



0520-681 History & Geog. CLASSIFICA TION. History & Geog. 0700-781 





520 


Shoa 




700 


South Africa 


521 


Magdala 


701 


Portuguese Settlements 


522 


Harrar 


702 


Dutch — 


523 


Lake Tana (Tsana) 


703 


British — 


525 


Somaliland (Eastern Horn 


710 


German South-West Africa 




of Africa) 


711 


Deutsch-Namaland 


526 


Sokotra 


712 


Deutsch-Damar aland 


530 


British East Africa (Ibea) 


715 


Bechuanaland 


531 


East Africa Protectorate 


716 


Mafeking 


532 


Mount Kenia 


720 


British South Africa 


533 


Juba River 


721 


Rhodesia 


534 


Uganda 


722 


Mashonaland 


535 


Lake Victoria Nyanza 


723 


Matabeleland 


536 


Lake Albert — 


725 


Transvaal Colony 


537 


Lake Rudolf 


726 


South African Republic 


540 


Zanzibar 


727 


Presidents 


541 


Sultans of Zanzibar 


728 


Pretoria 


542 


Pemba 


729 


Johannesburg 


550 


East African Islands 


730 


Rand 


551 


Seychelles (Mahe Archi- 


731 


Boers 




pelago) 
Amirante Islands 


732 


Boer War, 1880-81 


552 


733 


Second Boer War, 1899- 


555 


Mauritius 




1902 


556 
557 


Rodriguez 
Comoro Islands 


734 
735 


Swazi Land 

Limpopo River (Crocodile 


570 


Madagascar 




River) 


571 


Monarchs of Madagascar 


740 


Orange River Colony 


572 


French Occupation 


741 


Orange Free State 


573 


Antananarivo 


742 


Presidents 


574 


Tamatave 


743 


Bloemfontein 


580 


Reunion (Bourbon Island) 


744 
745 


Vaal River 
Basuto Land 


600 


Central Africa 


750 


Natal 


610 


Deutsch Ost Afrika (German 


751 


Durban (Port Natal) 




East Africa) 


752 


Pietermaritzburg 


611 


Mount Kilima-Njaro 


753 


Zululand 


612 


Lake Tanganyika 


760 


Cape Colony 


620 


British Central Africa 


761 


Cape Town 


625 


Zambesi River 


762 


Kimberley 


626 


Lake Nyassa 


763 


Port Elizabeth 


650 


Congo Free State 


764 


Griqualand, West 


651 


River Congo 


765 


East Griqualand 


652 


Boma 


766 


Tembuland 


660 


Angola (Portuguese West 


767 


Transkei 




Africa) 


768 


Walfish Bay 


661 


St. Paul de Loanda 


769 


Drakensburg Mountams 


670 


French Congo 


770 


Orange River 


680 


Rio Muni (Spanish) 


780 


Portuguese East Africa 


681 


Corisco Is and 


781 


Mozambique 



180 



0782-928 History & Geog. CLASSIFICA TION. Histy. & Geog. O930-P087 













782 


Zambezia 


930 


Cape Verd Islands 


783 


Louren^o Marques 


935 


St. Vincent 


784 


Delagoa Bay 


940 


Ascension 


785 


Inhambane 


950 


Tristan da Cunha 


786 


Gaza Land 


q6o 


St. Helena 



800 West Africa 

801 Kamerun (Cameroons) 

802 Fernando Po 

803 Scio Thome Island 
805 Principe Island 

810 Nigeria 

811 Old and New Calabar 

815 Benin 

816 Sokoto (Northern Nigeria) 
818 Haussaland 

820 Lagos 

825 Yoruba 

828 Abeokuta 

830 French Sudan 

831 Ivory Coast 
S32 Lake Chad 

833 Niger River 

834 Timbuctu 

835 Senegambia 

836 Dahomey 

837 Slave Coast 

838 Senegal River 
840 Togoland 

850 Gold Coast 

■851 Cape Coast Castle 

855 Ashanti 

856 Kumassi (Coomassie) 
860 Gulf of Guinea 

«63 Bight of Biafra 

865 Bight of Benin 

Syo Liberia 

871 Presidents 

S72 Grain Coast 

880 Sierra Leone 

885 Portuguese Guinea 

890 Gambia 

891 Gambia River 

895 Tiris (Spanish Sahara) 

900 West African Islands 

910 Madeira 

915 Funchal 

920 Canary Islands 

925 Teneriffe 

928 Palraa 



P— OCEANIA AND ASIA. 
P 

000 OCEANIA 

010 Australasia (New Holland) 

on Australian Tribes 

015 Australia, General 

016 Governors 

020 Australian Commonwealth 

025 Western Australia 

026 Perth 

030 South Australia 

031 Northern Territory 

032 Melville Island 
035 Adelaide 

040 Queensland 

041 Great Barrier Reefs 

042 Gulf of Carpentaria 

043 Wellesley Islands 

044 Toires Strait 

045 Thursday Island 
048 Brisbane 

050 New South Wales 

051 Darling River 

052 Sydney 

053 Botany Bay 

054 Norfolk Island 

055 Lord Howe Island 

060 Victoria 

061 Murray River 

065 Melbourne 

066 Port Philip' [Land) 

070 Tasmania (Van Dieman's 

071 Tasmanians 
075 Hobart Town 
078 King's Island 

080 New Zealand 

081 Governors 

082 Maories 

083 Maorie War 

085 North Island 

086 Wellington 

087 Auckland 



i»i 



P090-187 History & Geog. CLASSIFICATION. History & Geog. P189-302 



P 

090 
091 
092 

095 
096 
097 
098 



South Island 

Dunedin 

Christchurch 
Islands 

Stewart Island 

Others 
New Zealand Alps 
100 POLYNESIA 
loi Cook Islands 
103 Hervey Islands 
105 Tubuai Islands 
107 Austral Islands 
109 Society Islands 
III Tahiti (Otaheite) 
113 Low Archipelago (Tuamota) 
115 Gambler Islands 
117 Marquesas Islands 
119 Pitcairn Island 
121 Easter Island 
123 Juan Fernandez Group 
125 Phoenix Group 
127 Manihiki Group 
129 Tokelau 
131 Galapagos 
133 Other Polynesian Islands 
140 Micronesia 
143 Fiji 

145 Tonga (Friendly Islands) 
147 Samoa (Navigators' Islands) 
149 EUice Group 
151 Gilbert Group 
153 Marshall Islands 
155 Caroline Islands 
157 Pelew Islands 
159 Marianne Islands (Ladrones) 
161 Hawaii (Sandwich Islands) 
163 Monarchs 1819 — 

165 United States Annexation 

167 Honolulu 

170 Melanesia 
173 Papua (New Guinea) 
175 British New Guinea 

177 Dutch New Guinea 

179 Kaiser Wilhelmsland 

(German New Guinea) 
181 Bismarck Archipelago 

183 Admiralty Islands 

185 New Caledonia 
187 Loyalty Islands 



P 

189 New Hebrides 

191 Santa Cruz 

193 Solomon Islands 

195 Bougainville Island 

200 MALAYSIA (Malay Archi- 

pelago) 

201 Sunda Group 

205 Sumatra 

206 Banka 

207 Bileton 

210 Java 

211 Batavia 

212 Bantam 

213 Madura 

214 Krakatao 

215 Floris 

216 Thousand Islands 

217 Bali 

220 Borneo 

221 Dutch Borneo ; 

222 British Borneo 

223 Labuan 
225 Sarawak 

230 Celebes 

231 Makassar (Macassar) 
235 Sanghir Islands 

240 Moluccas (Spice Islands) 

241 Halmaheira 

242 Burn 

243 Ceram 

244 Ambojma 

245 Ke Islands 

250 Lombok-Ombay Group 

255 Sumba 

260 Timor 

261 Dutch Timor 

262 Portuguese Timor 
265 Eastern Sunda Islands 
270 Philippine Islands 

275 Luzon 

276 Manila 

277 Bisaya 

278 Mindinao 
290 ASIA, General 
295 Scythia 

300 NIPPON (JAPAN) 

301 Early Mikados, B.C. 66o- 

A.D. 71 

302 Later Mikados a.d. 71-1012 



182 



P303-352 History & Geog. CLASSIFICA TION. History & Geog. P353-415 



p 




P 


303 


Sanjo to Horikawa 1012-1108 


353 


304 


Toba to Tsuchi-Mikado 1108- 


354 




1211 


355 


305 


Juntoku to Fushimi 1211- 


356 




1301 


357 


306 


Go Nijyo to Go-Komatsu 


358 




1301-1414 


360 


307 


Shoko to Go-Tsuchi 1414- 


361 




1521 


362 


308 


Go-Kashiwabara to Go- 


363 




Yojo 1521-1611 


370 


309 


Shoguns (Shogunate) 1603- 


371 




1868 


372 


310 


Go-Mizuo to Higashiyama 






1611-1710 


375 


311 


Naka-mikado 1710-20 


376 


312 


Sakuramachi 1720-47 


380 


313 


Momozono, 1747-63 




314 


Go-Sakuramachi 1763-71 


381 


315 


Go-Momozono 1771-80 


382 


316 


Kokaku 1780-1817 


383 


317 


Jinko 1817-47 


384 


318 


Komei 1847-68 


385 


319 


Mutsuhito 1868— 


386 


325 


Europeanization of Japan 


387 




1889 


400 


330 


Honshu (Hondo) 




331 


Tokyo (Yedo) 




332 


Fujiyama Mountain 




333 


Yokohama 


401 


334 


Osaka 




335 


Kobe 


402 


336 


Kyoto (Saikyo) 


403 


337 


Nagoya 


404 


338 


Seto 


405 


339 


Hiroshimo 


406 


340 


Shikoku 


407 


341 


Sannki 




342 


Tokushima 


408 


343 


Kiushiu 


409 


344 


Nagasaki 


410 


345 


Kumamoto 




346 


Fukuoka 


411 


347 


Yezo (Hokkaido) 




348 


Hakodate 


412 


349 


Matsumai (Fukuyama) 


413 


350 


Sado 




351 


Tsushima 


414 


352 


Oki 


415 



Iki 

Goto 

Amakusa 

Awaji 

Tanegashima 

Yakunoshima 

Luchu (Liukiu) 
Okinawa 
Shuri 
Oshima 

Taiwan (Formosa) 

Hokoto (Pescadores) 

Ogasawara-jima (Bonin Is- 
lands) 

Chishima (Kuriles) 

Karafuto (Sakhalin) 
Ch'ao-sien, or Dai Han (Korea, 
Corea) 

Monarchs 

Seoul 

Ping-yang 

Fusan 

Chemulpo 

Wonsan 

Masampo 
CHUNG KWOH (CHINESE 
EMPIRE, Middle 
Kingdom) 
Dynasties — 

Mythical Periods, 2637-2205 

B.C. 

Hia Dynasty 2205-1766 B.C. 
Shang — 1766-1122, B.C. 
Chau — 1122-255 B.C. 
Tsin — 255-206 B.C. 
Han — 2o6b.c. — 25A.D. 
East and Later Han Dynasty 

25-264 
Tsin Dynasty, 265-322 
East Tsin Dynasty, 323-419 
Sung and Tsi Dynasty, 420- 

502 
Liang and Chin Dynasty, 

502-589 
Sui Dynasty, 589-619 
Tang and Later Liang D}^- 

asty, 620-923 
Later Tang Dynasty, 923-936 
Later Tsin, — 936-946 



183 



P416-460 History & Geog. CLA SSIFICA TION. History & Geog. P461-523 



P 

416 Later Han and Later Chau 

Dynasty, 947-960 

417 Sung and South Sung Dyn- 

asty, 960-1280 

418 Mongol or Yuen Dynasty, 

1280-1368 

419 Ming Dynasty, 1368-1644 

420 Manchu or T'sing Dynasty, 

1644— 
Emperors — 

421 Shunchi, 1644-1662 

422 Kanghi, 1662-1723 

423 Yungching, 1723-1736 

424 Kienlung, 1736-1796 

425 Kiaking, 1796-1821 

426 Taukwang, 1821-1851 

427 Tungchi, 1862-1875 

428 Kwangsu, 1875 — 

430 China Proper 

431 Yang-tsi-kiang River 

432 Hoang-ho River 

433 Pechili 

434 Peking 

435 Tientsin 

436 Great Wall of China 

437 Shantung 

438 Tsinan 

439 Weihaiwei 

440 Shansi 

441 Taiyuen 

442 Honan 

443 Kaifeng 

444 Kiangsu 

445 Nanking 

446 Shanghai 

447 Suchau 

448 I^ganhwei 

449 Nganking 

450 Kiangsi 

451 Nanchang 

452 Chehkiang 

453 Hangchau 

454 Ningpo 

455 Fukien 

456 Fu-chau (Foo-choo) 

457 Amoy 

458 Hupeh 

459 Wuchang 

460 Hankow 



p 




461 


Hunan 


462 


Siangtan 


463 


Shensi 


464 


Singan 


465 


Kansu 


466 


Lanchou 


467 


Sechwan 


468 


Chengtu 


469 


Chungking 


470 


Kwangtung with Hainan 


471 


Hainan Island 


472 


Canton 


473 


Canton River 


474 


Hong Kong 


475 


Macao 


476 


Kwangsi 


477 


Wuchou 


478 


Kweichau 


479 


Kweiyang 


480 


Ytinnan 


481 


Yiinnan 


482 


Manchuria 


483 


Kirin 


484 


Mukden 


485 


Newchwang 


486 


Lu-shun-kau (Port Arthur) 


487 


Talienwan (Dalny) 


490 


Mongolia 


491 


Mongols 


492 


Desert of Gobi (Shame) 


493 


Tibet (Bodyul) 


494 


Lhasa 


495 


Chinese Turkestan (Sinkiang) 


496 


Yarkand 


497 


Kashgar 


498 


Khotan 


500 


FARTHER INDIA, General 


510 


French Indo- China 


5" 


Annam 


512 


Hue 


513 


Cambodia 


514 


Cochin- China 


515 


Saigon 


516 


Tonking 


517 


Hanoi 


520 


SAYAM (MUANG-THAI— 




SIAM) 


521 


Monarchs 


523 


Siam Proper ' 



184 



P524-621 History & Geog. CLA SSI PICA TION. History & Geog. P622-666 



P 

524 Shan States 

525 Bangkok 

526 Lower Siam 

527 Gulf of Siam 

530 Straits Settlements 

531 Singapore 

532 Penang 

533 Malacca 

535 Malay Peninsula 

550 Federated Malay States 

551 Perak 

552 Selangor 

553 Negri 

554 Sembilan 

555 Pahang 

556 Johor 

560 Cocos or Keeling Islands 

565 Christmas Island 

600 INDIA (HINDUSTAN) 

601 Hindus 

602 Greek Invasions, 327-161 b.c. 

603 Seytliian (Tartar) Invasions, 

100 B.C. to 500 A.D. 

604 Moliammedan Conquests, 

714-1526 A.D. 

Dynasties — 

605 House of Ghazni, looi- 

1186 

606 House of GhOr, 1186-1206 

607 Slave Kings of Delhi, 

1206-1290 

608 House of Khilji, 1290-1320 

609 House of Tughlak (Tagh- 

lak), 1320-1414 

610 Timur (Tamerlane), 1398- 

1399 

611 The Sayyids, 1414-1450 

612 The Lodis, 1450-1526 

613 The Afghans, i539-i555 

614 House of Timur (Mogols) 

615 Babar, 1526-30 

616 Hamiyun, 1530-56 

617 Akbar the Great, 1556- 

1605 

618 Jahingir, 1605-1627 

619 Shah Jahin, 1628-58 

620 Alamgir I, 1658-1707 

621 ShahAlaml., 1707-1712 



P 

622 
623 
624 

625 
626 
627 

628 
629 

630 
631 

632 

633 

634 

635 
636 

637 

638 
640 
641 

645 
650 

651 
652 

655 
660 

661 



662 
663 

664 
665 
666 



Johandar Sh&h, 1712 
Farrukhsiyyar, 1713-18 
Mohammed Shtih, 1719- 

48 
Ahmad Shah, 1748-54 
Alamgir II., 1754-1759 
Shah Alam II., 1759- 

1806 
Akbar II., 1806-1834 
Mohammed Bahadur 
ShSh, 1834-57 
Mongol (Hun) Invasions 
Genghis Khan, 1206- 

1227 
Golden Horde, 1224- 
1481 
Governors and Kings of 

Bengal, 1202-1576 
Kings of the East (Jaunpur), 

1394-1477 
Kings of Malwa, 1401-1531 
Kings of Gujarat, 1397-1572 
Bahmani Kings of the 

Deccan, 1347-1526 
The Marhattas, 1650-1818 
Early European Settlements 
Portuguese, 1498-1640 
Dutch, 1596-1811 
British, 1496 — 

East India Company 
Early Wars, 1746- 18 18 
Mutiny of 1857 
Governors and Governors- 
General underH.E.I.C. 
Lord Clive, 1758-67 to 
Warren Hastings, 
1772-1785 
Sir John Macpherson, 
1785-86 to Earl of 
Minto, 1806 
Earl of Moira (Marquis 
of Hastings), 1815- 
1823 
Viscount Hardinge, 

1844.-48 
Marquis of Dalhousie, 

1848-56 
Earl Canning, 1856-62 



185 



P670-738 History &Geog. CLASSIFICATION. History & Geog. P740-82& 



p 




P 




670 


Viceroys under the Crown, 


740 


Madras States 




1858— 


741 


Malabar Coast 


671 


Earl of Elgin, 1862-64 


742 


Travancore 


672 


Sir John (Lord) Law- 


743 


Coromandel Coast 




rence, 1864-69 


744 


Carnatic 


673 


Earl of Mayo, 1869-72 


745 


Cochin 


674 


Earl of Northbrook, 


746 


Bastar 




1872-76 


747 


Kuch Behar (Bengal) 


675 


Earl of Lytton, 1876-80 


748 


Hill Tipperah (Bengal) 


676 


Marquis of Ripon, 1880- 


750 


North-West Provinces 




1884 




States 


677 


Marquis of Dufferin, 


751 


Rampur 




1884-88 


752 


Garhwal 


678 


Marquis of Lansdowne, 


760 


Punjab States 




1888-94 


761 


Patiila 


679 


Earl of Elgin, 1894-99 


762 


BahS.wulpur 


680 


Lord Curzon, 1899 


763 


Jind 


690 


Secretaries of State 


764 


NSbha 


700 


Native States 


765 


Kapiirthala 


701 


Haidardb^d State 


766 


Mandi 


702 


Haidarabdd City 


767 


Sirmur 


703 


Baroda 


768 


M41er Kotla 


704 


Mysore 


769 


Faridkot 


705 


Jammu and Kishmir 


770 


Chamba 


706 


Sirinagar 


771 


Suket 


707 


Bhutan 


772 


Kalsia 


708 


Sikliim 


800 


British Provinces 


709 


Nepal 


801 


Burma 


710 


Burma State 


802 


Lower Burma 


715 


Rajputana States 


803 


Rangoon 


716 


Udaipur 


804 


Upper Burma 


717 


Jodhpur 


805 


Ava 


718 


Bikaner 


806 


Mandalay 


719 


Jaipur 


807 


Manipur 


720 


Bhartpur 


808 


Eastern Burma 


721 


Dholpur 


809 


Irrawadi River 


722 


Alwar 


810 


Eastern Bengal and Assam 


723 


Jhalawar 


811 


Calcutta 


724 


Tonk 


812 


Bengal 


725 


Kota 


814 


Behar 


730 


Central India States 


815 


Patna 


731 


Indore 


816 


Orissa 


732 


Rewa 


817 


Chota Nagpur 


733 


Bhopal 


820 


United Provinces 


734 


Gwalior 


821 


Agra District 


735 


Bombay States 


822 


Agra City 


736 


Cutch 


823 


Oudh 


737 


Kolhapur 


824 


Lucknow 


738 


Khairpur 


825 


Ajmere-Merwara 



186 



P826-877 History & Geog. CLASSIFICA TION. History & Geog. P880-961 



p 




P 


826 


Punjab 


880 


827 


Delhi 


881 


828 


Lahore 


882 


829 


Simla 


883 


830 


North- West Frontier 


884 




Provinces 


885 


831 


Cawnpur 


886 


832 


Benares 


887 


833 


Allahabad 


890 


834 


British Baluchistan 


891 


835 


Bombay Presidency 

(Gujarat) 




836 


Ahmadabad 


900 


837 


Deccan 




838 


Bombay District 


901 


839 


Bombay City 


902 


840 


Poena 


903 


841 


Sind 


904 




Aden See Q2g4 Arabia 


905 


842 


Central Provinces 


906 


843 


Berar 


907 


844 


Coorg 


908 


845 


Madras 


909 


846 


Madras City 


910 


847 


Bangalore 


911 


848 


Portuguese Settlements 


912 


849 


Goa, etc. 


913 


850 


French Settlements 


914 


851 


Pondich^ry, etc. 


920 


854 


Himalaya Mountains 


925 


855 


Ganges River 




856 


Jumna — 


930 


857 


Indus — 


935 


858 


Brahmaputra — 


940 


859 


Godavery — 


950 


860 


Andaman Islands 


951 


861 


Nicobar Islands 


952 


862 


Laccadive Islands 


953 


863 


Maldive Islands 


954 


870 


Ceylon 




871 


Portuguese Settlements, 
1505 


955 


872 


Dutch Settlements, 1650 


956 


873 


British Occupation, 1795 


957 


874 


Governors 


958 


875 


Colombo 


959 


876 


Galle 


960 


877 


Kandy 


961 



AFGHANISTAN 

Amirs 

Bactria 

Kabul 

Turkistan 

Herat 

Kandahar 

Hindu Kush Mountains 

Baluchistan 

Kelat 
Arabia See Q260 Turkish. 
Ernpire 
IRAN (PERSIA) 
Early Kings — 

Cyrus, 560-529 B.C. 

Cambyses, 529-522 

Smerdis, 522-21 

Darius I. 521-485 

Xerxes I. 485-465 

Artabanus, 465- 

Artaxerxes I. 465-425 

Xeres II. 425 

Sogdianus, 425-424 

Darius II. 424-405 

Artaxerxes II. 405-359' 

Ochus, 359-338 

Arses, 338-339 

Darius III. 336 
Partition of Ancient Persia 
Media [Collect Medo-Persia: 

here. See O029-39] 
Parthia 
Sassanides 
Susiana 
Modern Shahs 

Ismail, 1502-23 A.D. 

Tamasp 1. 1523-76 

Ismail II. 1576-77 

Mohammed Meerza, 

1577-85 
Abbas I. (the Great) 

1585-1628 
Shah Sophi, 1628-41 
Abbas II. 1641-66 
Shah Sophi II. 1666-94 
Hussein, 1694-1722 
Mahmoud, 1722-25 
Ashraff, 1725-30 



187 



P962-Q020 Histy. & Geog. CLASSIFICA TION. History & Geog. Q025-069 



p 




Q 




^62 


Tamasp II. 1730-32 


025 


Modern History, general 


^63 


Abbas III. 1732-1736 


026 


Sixteenth Century 


964 


Nadir Shah, 1736-47 


027 


Seventeenth Century 


^65 


Shah Rokh, 1747-59 


028 


Eighteenth Century 


■966 


Kureem Khan, 1759-94 


029 


Nineteenth Century 


967 


Aga-Mohammed Khan, 


030 


Twentieth Century 




1794-98 


031 


Twenty- first Century 


968 


Futteh Ah-Shah, 1798- 


035 


Geography 




1834 


036 


Atlases 


969 


Nisr-ed-din, 1843-1896 


037 


Voyages and Travels 


970 


Muzaffer-ed-dln, 1896 — 


038 


EURASIA (Europe and Asia, 




Local History and De- 




together) 




scription — 


040 


LATIN EUROPE, General 


980 


Azerbijan 


041 


Mediterranean 


■981 


Tabriz 


042 


Cyprus 


982 


Teheran 


043 


Malta 


983 


Khorasan 


044 


Valetta 


984 


Luristan 


045 


Comino 


985 


Ispahan 


046 


Gozo 


986 


Faristan 


047 


Gibraltar 


987 

_ 00 


Shiraz 




Other Islands see Countries 


988 

989 

990 


Lar 
Kerman 


050 


OSMANLI VILAIETI (TUR- 


Persian Gulf 




KISH or Ottoman 


-7-7 






EMPIRE) 






051 


Mahomet's(Mohammed)Con- 


Q- 


-EUROPE, GENERAL AND 




quests, 611-632 


SOUTH (Latin and other Nations) 


052 


Conquests of the Turks 


Q 

000 






Sultans — 


GENERAL EUROPE 


053 


Othman (Osman), 1299- 


001 
002 


Dispersed and Merged Nations 

Celts 


054 


1326 
Orchan, 1326-60 


00^ 


Goths 


055 


Murad I., 1360-89 


004 


Huns 


056 


Bajazet I., 1389-1403 


00=; 


Vandals 


057 


Solyman, 1403-10 


006 


Rhaetia 


058 


Musa-Chelebi, 1410-13 


007 
010 


Sarmatia (Including 
Sarmatia Asiatica) 

Gipsies (Divide by National 
Nos.) 


059 
060 
061 
062 


Mohammed I., 1413-21 
Murad II., 1421-51 
Mohammed II., 1451-81 
Bajazet II., 1481-1512 


•012 
015 


Ancient History, general 
Mediaeval — — 


063 
064 


Selim I., 1512-20 
Solyman II. (the Magni- 
ficent), 1520-66 


018 


Renaissance, general 


065 


Selim II., 1566-74 




[Local histories take National 


066 


Miu-ad III., 1574-95 




Nos.] 


067 


MohammedIII.,1595-1603 


020 


Reformation, general 


068 


Ahmet I., 1603-1617 




[Local histories take National 


069 


Mustapha I., 1617-18, 




Nos.] 




1622-23 



188 



5070-131 History & Geog. CI. A SSIFICA TION. History & Geog. Q132-185 



Q 


1 


Q 


070 


Othman II., 1618-22 


132 


071 


Murad IV., 1623-40 


133 


072 


Ibrahim, 1640-48 


134 


073 


Mohammed IV., 1648-87 


135 


074 


Soljmaan III., 1687-91 


136 


075 


Ahmet II., 1691-95 


137 


076 


Mustapha II., 1695-1703 




077 


Ahmet III., 1703-30 


138 


078 


Mahmoud I., 1730-54 


139 


079 


Othman III., 1754-57 


140 


080 


Mustapha III., 1757-73 


141 


081 


Abdul-Hamid I., 1773-89 


142 


082 


Selim III., 1789-1807 


143 


083 


Mustapha IV., 1807-8 


144 


084 


Mahmoud II., 1808-39 


145 


085 


Abdul-Medjid, 1839-61 


146 


086 


Abdul-Aziz, 1861-76 


147 


087 


Murad V., 1876 


148 


088 


Abdul-Hamid II., 1876— 


149 


100 


Turliey-in-Europe 


150 


lOI 


Constantinople 


151 


102 


Bosphorus 


152 


103 


Sea of Marmora 




104 


Dardanelles 


153 


105 


Adrianople (Roumelia. 
Thrace) 




106 


Salonica (Macedonia) 


154 


107 


Monastir 




108 


Kossova 


160 


109 


Scutari (Albania) 


161 


no 


Janina (Epirus) 


162 




States nominally subject 


165 




to Turkey — 


166 


III 


Crete (Candia) 


167 


112 


Samos 


168 




See also Q480 Bulgaria 


169 


120 


Turliey-in-Asia 


170 


121 


Levant 


171 


122 


Asia Minor 


172 


123 


Anatolia 


173 


124 


Cappadocia 


174 


125 


Pontus 


175 


126 


Ismid 


176 


127 


Broussa 


180 


128 


Bithynia 


181 


129 


Nicaea 


182 


130 


Olympus 


183 


131 


Bigha. Khodavendikiar 


184 




[Troas. Mysia. Troy.] 


185 



Archipelago 
Lemnos 

Patmos. Nicaria. Kos 
Mitylene (Lesbos) 
Scios 

Rhodes. Karpathos 
or Scarpanto 
Ionia. Ephesus 
Smyrna (Aidin) 
Thyatira 
Philadelphia 
Pergamos 

Ancient Kings 
Castamouni. Istambol 
Angora 
Konia (Karamania) 

Phrygia 
Adana 
Sivas 
Trebizond 
Emperors — 
Alexis I. to Alexis II., 

1204-1330 
Andronicus III. to- 
Manual III., 1330- 
1417 
Alexis IV. to David,. 
1417-1461 
Armenia 
Erzeroum 
Ararat Mount 
Khurdistan 

Mamouret - iil- Aziz 
Diarbekiv 
Bitlis 
Van 
Mesopotamia 

Ancient Kingdom 
Euphrates River 
Tigris River 
Mossul 
Bagdad 
Bassora 
Syria (Turkish Vilaiet) 
Aleppo 
Zor 

Syria (City) 
Damascus 
Baalbek 



189 



Q186-241 History & Geog. CLA SSIFICA TION. History & Geog. Q242-307 



Q 

i86 
187 
188 

:200 
2,01. 
202 



20Z 
204 
205 

206 

2oy 
208 
2og 
210 
211 
212 

^13 
214 

215 
216 
217 
218 
220 
221 
222 
223 
224 
225 
230 
231 
232 

233 
234 
235 

236 

237 
238 

239 
240 

241 



Palmyra 
Be3T0uth 
Lebanon 
Palestine (Holy Land) 
Jews (Hebrews) 
Early History to Death 
of Solomon 975 B.C. 
See also Bible 
Kingdom of Israel 
Kingdom of Judea 
Babylonish Captivity, 

603-538 B.C. 
Later History after 

Captivity,538-4i5 b.c. 
Maccabees 
Roman Occupation 
Turkish Occupation 
Modern Jews 
Persecutions 
National History 
{Divide by National 
River Jordan [Nos.) 

Galilee 
Nazareth 
Acre 
Tiberias 
Samaria 
Judea 

Jaffa (Joppa) 
Jericho 
Ascalon 
Bethlehem 
Dead Sea 
Jerusalem 

Kings of Jerusalem 
Godfrey de Bouillon, 

1099-11GO A.D. 
Baldwin L, 1100-18 
Baldwin IL, 1118-31 
Fulke (Count of Anjou) 

1131-42 
Baldwin HI., 1142-62 
Amaurus L, 1162-73 
Baldwin IV., 1173-85 
Baldwin V., 1185-86 
Guy de Lusignan, 

1186-92 
Conrad and Isabella, 
1192 



Q 

242 Henry, 1192-97 

243 Frederick, 1197 

244 Amaurus de Lusignan, 

1197-1210 

245 John de Brienne, 1210- 

29 

250 Perae 

251 Moab 

255 Arabia Petrsea 

260 ARABIA 

261 Saracens (Arabs), General 
I65 Kallfate of Arabia, 

Egypt, etc. 

266 Abubeker to Hassan 

632-661 

267 OmayyadKallfate,66i-75o 

268 Abbfeid — 750-868 

269 Tiimnid — 868-913 

270 Fatimid — 913-1193 

271 Saladin, 1169-1193 

272 AyyGbid, 1193-1250 
280 Caliphs of Bagdad, 

775-1258 
285 Haroun-al-Raschid 

786-809 

290 Hedjaz 

291 Midian 

292 Mecca 

293 Yemen 

294 Aden 

295 Perim Island 

296 EI-Hasa 

297 Nejd 

298 Oman 

299 Hadramaut 

For outlying parts of Turkish 
Empire, see also O400 
Egypt, O380 Tripoli 

300 HELLAS (GREECE) 

301 Mythological or Heroic Age 

302 Sparta (Lacedsemonia) 

303 Greek Colonization 

304 Persian Wars (549-20 b.c.) 

305 Athenian Empire 

306 Early Kings to 1044 B.C. 

307 Perpetual Archons, 1044- 

753 B.C. 



190 



Q308-338 History & Geog. CLA SSIFICA TION. History & Geog. Q339-393 



Q 

308 

309 
310 

311 
312 

^313 
320 

321 
322 
323 
324 
325 
326 

327 
328 

329 
330 
331 
332 

333 



334 
335 

336 

337 
338 



Decennial Archons, 753- 

684 B.C. 
Annual Archons, 684 B.C. 

to 76 A.D. 
Peloponnesian War, 435- 404 

B.C. 

Macedonian Empire, 371- 

168 B.C. 

Alexander the Great 

336-323 
Roman Occupation 
Eastern (Byzantine) Empire 

(For Western Empire See 

Q600) 
Valens to Arcadius, 364- 

395 A.D. 
Theodosius II. to Anas- 

tasius I., 408-518 
Justin I. to Maurice, 518- 

602 
Phocas to Tiberius III., 

602-711 
Justinian II., 685-97, 

705-11 
Philippicus to Constantine 

VI., 711-802 
Nicephorus I. to Leo VI., 

802-911 
Alexander to Basil II., 

911-1028 
Romanus III. to Alexis I., 

1028-1118 
John Comnenus to Alexis 

III., 1118-1203 
Alexis IV. to Alexis V., 

1203-1204 
Latin Emperors (Baldwin 

I. to Baldwin II.), 

1204-1228 
Greek Emperors at Nice 

(Theodore I. to Mic- 
hael VIII.), 1204-1260 
Andronicus II., 1282-1328 
Andronicus III., 1328- 

1341 
John Palseologus I., 1341- 

47. 1355-91 
John Cantacuzenus, 1347 

Manuel II., 1391-1425 



Q 

339 


John Palaeologus II., 1425- 




1448 


340 


Constantine Palaeologus 




XII., 1448-1453 


345 


Turlush Occupation, 1453- 




1822 


346 


Greek, War of Independ- 




ence, 1821-29 


350 


Modern Greece 


351 


Otho I., 1832-1862 


352 


George I., 1863— 


Local History and Description — 


360 


Northern Greece 


361 


Attica and Boeotia 


362 


Athens 


363 


iEgina 


364 


Gulf of ^gina 


365 


Phocis and Phthiotis 




(Mahs. Doris) 


366 


Acarnania and CEtolia 




(Locris) 


367 


Peloponnesus (Morea) 


368 


Argolis and Corinth 


369 


Corinth 


370 


Gulf of Lepanto 


371 


Achaia and Elis 


372 


Arcadia 


373 


Messenia 


374 


Laconia 


375 


Cerigo (Kythira) 


376 


Islands 


377 


Euboea and Sporades 


378 


Negropont (Egripos) 


379 


Skyro 


380 


Cyclades 


381 


Andros 


382 


Zea 


383 


Milo 


384 


Paros 


385 


Naxos 


386 


Santorin 


387 


Ionian Islands 


388 


Corfu. Zanthe. Leucadia 


389 


Cephalonia. Ithaca 




(Thaiki) 


390 


Thessaly 


391 


Arta 


392 


Trikkala 


393 


Larisa 



191 



Q395-511 History & Geog. CLASSIFICA TION. History & Geog. Q512-546 



Q 




395 


^gean Sea 


400 


BALKAN STATES 


401 


Balkan Mountains 


410 


Montenegro (Crna Gora) 


415 


Monarchs 


420 


Serbien (Servia) 




Monarchs—* 


425 


Milosch I. (Obrenovitch), 




1829-39, 1858-60 


426 


Michael II., 1839-40 


427 


Michael III., 1840-42, 




1860-68 


428 


Alexander (Kara-George- 




vitch), 1842-58 


430 


Milan IV., (Obrenovitch), 




1868-89 


431 


Alexander, 1889-1903 


432 


Peter I. (Kara-George- 




vitch), 1903 — 


440 


Belgrade 


450 


Rumania 




Monarchs — 


455 


Alexander Couza, 1859-66 


456 


Carol I., 1866— 


460 


Wallachia 


465 


Hospodars 


470 


Bucuresci (Bukharest) 


471 


Moldavia 


472 


Hospodars 


473 


lasi (Jassy) 


474 


Galatz 


480 


Bulgaria 




Princes — 


485 


Alexander, 1879-87 


486 


Ferdinand, 1887 — 


490 


Eastern Rumelia 


491 


Philipopolis 


492 


Sofia 


500 


ITALIA (ITALY) 


501 


Etruria (Etruscans) 


502 


Samnites 


503 


Sabines 


510 


Ancient Rome (Local his- 




tory and description of 




the city go at Q900 




Roma) 




Kings — 


511 


Romulus, 735-715 B.C. 



Q 




512 


Numa Pompilius, 715-673 


513 


TuUus Hostilius, 673-640 


514 


Aneus Martins, 640-616 


515 


Tarquinius Priscus, 616- 




578 


516 


Servius TuUius, 578-538 


517 


Tarquinius Superbus, 




538-510 


518 


Republic 


519 


First Period, to Dicta- 




torship of Sylla, 509- 


., 


82 B.C. 


520 


Second Period. Sylla 




to Augustus, 82-31 




B.C. 


521 


Conquest of Italy, 509- 




264 B.C. 


522 


Consuls and Dictators, 




509-27 B.C. 


523 


Decemvirs, 451-449 


524 


Punic Wars, 264-231 


525 


Civil Strife, 146-70 


526 


Caius Julius Caesar, 




48-42 


527 


First Triumvirate, 60- 




43. (Julius Caesar, 




Pompeius, Crassus) 


528 


Second Triumvirate, 43- 




31 (Octavianus An- 




tonius. Lepidus) 


530 


Empire (27 B.C.-364 a.d.) 


531 


Augustus, 27 B.C.— 14 




A.D. 


532 


Tiberius, 14-37 a.d. 


533 


Caius Caligula, 37-41 


534 


Claudius I., 41-54 


535 


Nero, 54-68 


536 


Servius Galba, 68-69 


537 


Otho, 69 


538 


Vitellius, 69 


539 


Vespasian, 69-79 


540 


Titus, 79-81 


541 


Domitian, 81-96 


542 


Nerva, 96-98 


543 


The Twelve Caesars, 




B.C. 27-A.D. 98 


544 


Trajan, 98-117 


545 


Hadrian, 117-138 


546 


Antonius Pius, 138-161 



192 



Q547-600 History & Geog. CLA SSIFICA TION. History & Geog. Q601-640 



Q 

547 Marcus Aurelius Antoni- 

nus, 161-180 

548 Commodus, 180-193 

549 Publius, 193 

550 Lucius, 193-211 

551 Caxacalla and Geta, 211- 

217 

552 Opilius, 217-18 

553 Heliogabalus, 218-222 

554 Alexander Severus, 

222-35 

555 Caius Julius Verus 

Maximinus, 235-37 

556 Antonius Gordianus, 

237-38 

557 Balbinus and Pupianus 

238 

558 Gordianus III., 238-44 

559 Philip the Arabian, 244- 

49 

560 Metius Decius, 249-51 

561 Gallus Hostilius, 251-53 

562 ^milianus, 253 

563 Valerianus, 253-60 

564 Gallienus, 260-68 

565 Claudius II., 268-270 

566 Quintillius, 270 

567 Aurelianus, 270-75 

568 Tacitus, 275-76 

569 Florianus, 276 

570 Aurelius Probus, 276- 

282 

571 Aurelius Carus, 282 

572 Carinus and Numeri- 

anus 

573 Diocletian, 284-86 

574 Maximianus Hercules, 

■ 286-305 

575 Constantius I., 305-306 

576 Constantine the Great, 

306-337 

577 Constantine II. — Con- 

stans, 337-350 

578 Constantius II., 337-360 

579 Juhan the Apostate 

360-363 

580 Jovian, 363-364 

600 Western Empire, (364-476) 

[For Eastern Empire 

See Q320] 



Q 

601 
602 
603 
604 



606 

607 
610 

611 
612 

613 

615 
616 

620 
621 

622 
623 



627 
628 



630 

635 

636 

637 
638 

639 
640 



^■92 



Valentinian, 364-67 
Gratian, 367-375 
Valentinian II., 375-392 
Eugenius, 392-94 
Theodosius the Great 

See Q321 
Honorius to Romulus, 

395-475 
Fall of Western Empire 
Gothic Kingdom of Italy, 

476-568 
Odoacer, 476-493 
Theodoric (Ostrogoth), 

493-526 
Athalaric to Theiss, 

526-568 
Lombard Kingdom of Italy 
Alboin to Desiderius, 

568-774 
Prankish Empire 

Pepin (Carloman), 781- 

811 
Bernard, 811-20 
Lothaire I., 820-875 
Charles the Bald, 875-77 

see R024 France 
Carloman, ^I'j'j-'jf). See 

R027 France 
Charles the Fat, 879- 

888 see R028 France 
Berenger, etc., 888-921 
Hugh of Provence, 926- 

945 
Lothaire II., 945-50 

see Rq34 France 
Berenger II., 950-962 
A hsorhed in Holy Roman 
Empire see S610 
Age of the Communes, 
(Guelphs and Ghihe- 
lines), 1 100- 1300 
Age of the Despots, 1300- 

1492 
Age of Invasions, 1492- 

1527 
Spanish-Austrian Period, 

1527-1796 
Prench Occupation, 1805 
Italian Independence 

1796-1870 



Q641-674 History & Geog. CLA SSI PICA TION History & Geog. Q675-706 



Q 




Q 




United Italy— 


675 


641 


Vittorio Emanuele II., 






1861-78 


676 


642 


Umberto, 1878-1900 


1 


643 


Vittorio Emanuele III., 
1900 — 


677 


650 


Papal States (Stato Ponti-. 
flcio) 


678 


651 


Popes and Anti-Popes 

(Papacy) 


679 


652 


Bulls, General. [Special 


680 




take class niiinber] 


i 681 


653 


Temporal Power. 720- 






1870. A.D. 


682 


654 


St. Peter and Early Popes 


1 




A.D. 42-364. [To 


' 683 




Foundation of Eastern 






and Western Empires'] 


684 


655 


St. Damasus to Siricius, 


685 




366-398 


686 


656 


St. Anastasius, 398-402 




657 


St. Innocent I., 402-417 


687 


6j8 


St. Zozimus toSixtusIII., 


688 




417-440 


689 


659 


St. Leo I. (the Great), 






440-461 


690 


660 


St. Hilary to John I., 






461-523 


691 


661 


Felix IV. to Pelagius II.. 






523-590 


692 


662 


St. Gregory the Great, 






590-604 


693 


663 


Sabinianus to St. Agathon, 






604-678 


694 


664 


St. Leo II. to Sisinnius, 






678-708 


695 


665 


Constantine, 708-715 




666 


St. Gregory II. to Stephen 


696 




IV., 715-772 


697 


667 


Adrian I., 772-795 


698 


668 


Leo III., 795-816 


699 


669 


Stephen V. to Sergius, 


700 




816-847 


701 


670 


Leo IV., 847 


702 


671 


Pope Joan, 855 


703 


672 


Benedict III., 855-58 


704 


673 


Nicholas L, 858-67 




674 


Adrian II. to John IX., 


705 




867-900 


706 



Benedict IV. to John XII., 

900-963 
Leo VIII. to Damasus II., 

963-1048 
St. Leo IX. to Alexander 

II., 1048-1073 
St. Gregory VII. (Hilde- 

brand), 1073-1080 
Clement III. (Guibert) to 

Victor III., 1080-88 
Urban II., 1088-1099 
Pascal II. to Honorius II., 

1099-1130 
Innocent II. to Anas- 
tasius IV., 1130-1154 
Adrian IV. (Nicholas 

Breakspeare ), 1 154-59 
Alexander III., 1159-1181 
Lucius III., 1181-85 
Urban III. to Innocent 

III., 1185-1216 
Honorius III., 1216-27 
Gregory IX., 1227-41 
Celestine IV. to Innocent 

IV., 1241-1254 
Alexander IV. to Urban 

IV., 1254-1265 
Clement IV. to Gregory 

X., 1265-1276 
Innocent V. to Nicholas 

III., 1276-1281 
Martin IV. to Honorius 

IV., 1281-1288 
Nicholas IV. to St. Celes- 
tine \'., 1288-1294 
Boniface VIII. to Benedict 

XL, 1294-1305 
Clement V., 1305-16 
John XXL, 1316-34 
Benedict XII., 1334-42 
Clement VI., 1342-52 
Innocent VI., 1352-62 
Urban V., 1362-70 
Gregory XL, 1370-78 
Urban VI., 1378 
Clement VII. (Antipope), 

1378-89 
Boniface IX., 1389-1404 
Innocent VII., 1404-6 



194 



Q 07-748 History &Geog, CLASSIFICATION. History & Geog. Q749-83S 



Q 

707 
708 
709 
710 
711 

712 

713 

714 

715 

716 
717 
718 
719 
720 

721 

722 

723 

724 

725 
726 
727 
728 
729 
730 
731 

732 
733 

734 
735 
736 
737 
738 

739 
740 
741 
742 
743 
744 
745 
746 

747 
748 



Gregory XII., 1406-9 
Alexander V., 1409-10 
John XXII., 1410-17 
Martin V., 1417-24 
Clement VIII. (Antipope), 

1424-31 
Eugenius IV., 1431-47 
Nicholas V., 1447-55 
Calixtus III., 1455-58 
Pius II. (Enea Silvio Pic- 

colomini), 1458-64 
Paul II., 1464-71 
Sixtus IV., 1471-84 
Innocent VIII., 1484-92 
Alexander VI., 1492-1503 
Pius III. to Julius III., 

1503-13 
Leo X., 1513-22 
Adrian VI. to Clement 

VII., 1522-34 
Paul III., 1534-50 
Julius III. to Marcellus 

II., 1550-55 
Paul IV., 1555-59 
Pius IV., 1559-66 
St. Pius v., 1566-72 
Gregory XIII., 1572-85 
Sixtus v., 1585-90 
Urban VII., 1590 
Gregory XIV. to Innocent 

IX., 1590-92 
Clement VIII., 1592-1605 
Leo XI. to Paul V., 1605- 

21 
Gregory XV., 1621-23 
Urban VIII., 1623-44 
Innocent X., 1644-55 
Alexander VII., 1655-67 
Clement IX., 1667-70 
Clement X., 1670-76 
Innocent XL, 1676-89 
Alexander VIIL, 1689-91 
Innocent XII., 1691-1700 
Clement XL, 1700-21 
Innocent XIIL, 1721-24 
Benedict XIIL, 1724-30 
Clement XII., 1730-40 
Benedict XIV., 1740-58 
Clement XIIL, 1758-69 



Q 

749 
750 
751 
752 
753 
754 
755 
756 
7=^7 



800 
801 
802 
803 
804 
805 
806 
807 
808 
809 
810 
811 
812 

813 
814 

815 
816 
817 

818 
819 
820 
821 
822 
823 
824 
825 
826 
827 
828 
829 

830 
831 
832 



Clement XIV., 1769-75 
Pius VI., 1775-1800 
Pius VII., 1800-1823 
Leo XII., 1823-29 
Pius VIIL, 1829-31 
Gregory XVI., 1831-46 
Pius IX., 1846-78 
Leo XIIL, 1878-1903 
Pius X., 1903- 



De- 



833 



Local History and 
scription : — 

Piemonte (Piedmont) 

Torino (Turin) 

Aosta 
Cuneo 
Novara 
Alessandria 
Lombardia (Lombardy) 
Milano (Milan) 
Bergamo 
Brescia 
Como 
Cremona 

Mantova (Mantua) 
Pavia 
Sondrio 
Venezia (Venice) 
Venezia (City) 
Venetian Republic (ta 
1805) 

Doges (697-1797) 
Belluno 
Chioggia 
Padova (Padua) 
Rovigo 
Treviso 
Udine 
Verona 
Vicenza 
Emilia 
Modena 

Dukes of Modena, 1450 
i860 
Bologna 
Parma 

Dukes of Parma, 1545 
i860 

Piacenz 



195 



-QSS^-STS History & Geog. CLASSIFICATION. History & Geog. Q874-930 



Q 

834 Ferrara 

•835 Signori and Marquesses, 

1067-1441 
836 House of d'Este 

■837 Cesena 

.838 Forli 

839 Ravenna 

840 Reggio Emilia 
-841 Rimini 

842 River Po 

843 Liguria 

844 Genova (Genoa) 

845 Porto Maurizio 

846 Riviera 

847 Toscana (Tuscany) [1195 
•848 Dukes of Tuscany, 828- 

849 Republic of Florence (Fir- 

enze), 1208-1531 

850 Grand Dukes of Florence 

851 House of Medici [74 
■852 Cosimo di Medici, 1537- 
853 Francesco Maria, 1574- 

87 
■854 Ferdinando I. ,1587-1609 

855 Cosimo II. de Medici, 

1609-21 

856 Ferdinando II., 1621-70 
■857 Cosimo III., 1670-1723 

858 Giovanni, 1723-37 

859 House of Lorraine 

•860 Francesco II., 1737-65 

861 Pietro Leopoldo, 1765- 

1790 
■862 Ferdinando III., 1790- 

1801, 1814-24 

863 Luigi (King of Etruria), 

1801-03 

864 Carlo Luigi, 1803-24 

865 Leopoldo II., 1824-59 
■866 Ferdinando IV., 1859- 

60 

867 Firenze (Florence) city 

868 Lucca 
■869 Siena 

870 Pisa 

871 Livorno (Leghorn) 

■872 Isola d'Eba (Elba), Monte 

Cristo 
873 Massa and Carrara 



Q 



874 


Grosseto 


875 


Arezzo 


876 


Umbria 


877 


Perugia 


878 


Assisi 


879 


Foligno 


880 


Spoleto 


881 


Marches 


882 


Ancona. Loretto 


883 


Ascoli 


884 


Macerata 


885 


Pesaro-e-Urbino 


886 


Latium 


887 


Civitavecchia 


888 


Subiaco 


889 


Neri 


890 


Tivoli 


895 


Campagna 


896 


Tiber River 


900 


Roma [For ancient Rome 




See Q510 




Collect here all LocalM ot- 




ter relating to the City of 




Rome] 


910 


Abruzzi e Molise 


911 


Aquila 


912 


Campobasso 


913 


Chieti 


914 


Teramo 


915 


Campania 


916 


Pompeii 


917 


Herculaneum 


918 


Mount Vesuvius 


920 


Napoli (Naples) 


921 


Kings of Naples — 


922 


Carlo (of Anjou) to Fer- 




dinando IV., 1282- 




1806 




Joseph Buonaparte, 




1806-08. See R646 




Spain 


924 


Joachim Murat, 1808-15 


925 


Ferdinando IV., 1815 


926 


Kingdom of the Two 




Sicilies 


927 


Ferdinando I., 1815-25 


928 


Francesco I., 1825-30 


929 


Ferdinando II. 1830-56 


930 


Francesco II., 1856 



196 



Q931-990 History & Geog. CLASSIFICA TION. History & Geog. ROOO-049' 



Q 




R 


931 


Ischia 


000 


932 


Capri 


001 


933 


Avellino 


002- 


934 


Caserta 




935 


Salerno 


003 


940 


Apulia 


004 


941 


Bari 


005 


942 


Foggia 


006 


943 


Lecce 


007 


945 


Potenza (Basilicata) 


008 


946 


Calabria 




947 


Catanzaro 


009 


948 


Cosenza 


r\Tf\ 


949 


Gulf of Taranto 


UlU 


950 


Sardegna (Sardinia) 


Oil 


951 


Kings of Sardinia — 




952 


Vittorio Amadeo I., 


012 




1720-30 


020 


953 


Carlo Emanuele I., 


021 




1730-73 


022 


954 


Vittorio Amadeo II., 
1773-96 


023 


955 


Carlo Emanuele II., 


024 




1796-1802 


956 


Vittorio Emanuele I., 


02=1 




1802-21 


026 


957 


Carlo Felice, 1821-1831 


027 


958 


Carlo Alberto, 1831-49 


028 


959 


Cagliari 


02Q 


960 


Sassari 


y 


965 


Sicilia (Sicily) 




966 


Counts and Dukes of 


030 




Apulia, 1043-1085 


031 


967 


Kings of Sicily, 1072-1718 


032 


968 


Palermo 


034 


969 


Catania 


035 


970 


Mount Etna 


040 


971 


Girgenti 


041 


972 


Marsala 


042 


973 


Messina 


043 


974 


Siracusa (Sjracuse) 


044 


975 


Trapani 


045 


976 


Lipari Islands (Stromboli, 
etc.) 


046 


980 


Apennines 


047 
048 


985 


Adriatic Sea 


990 


San Marino 


049 



FRANCE 
Gauls 

Gallic War 
Franks see Germany 
Merovingians, 418-752 
Pharamond, 418-27 
Clodius (Clodion), 427-47 
Meroveus, 447-58 
Childeric I., 458-81 
Clovis I. to Childebert II. „ 

481-584 
Clotaire II., to Dagobert 

the Great., 584-638 
Clovis II. to Clotaire IV., 

638-720 
ChOperic II. to Charles. 

Martel, 720-741 
Childeric III., 741-752 
Carlo vingians, 752-987 
Pepin, 752-68 
Charlemagne, 768-814 
Louis I. (le Debonnaire),. 

814-843 
Charles le Chauve 843— 

877 
Louis II., 877-879 
Louis III., 879 
Carloman, 879-884 
Charles le Gros 884-888 
Hugh (Eudes), 888-922 ) 
Charles III. (le I 
Simple), 893-929 j 
Robert, 922-923 
Raoul, 923-36 
Louis IV., 936-54 
Lothair II., 954-86 
Louis v., 986-87 
Capet' and Valois, 987-1515 
House of Capet, (987-1328) 
Hugh Capet, 987-96 
Robert II., 996-1031 
Henri I., 1031-60 
Philippe I., 1060-1108 
Louis VI. (le Gros), 1108- 

1137 
Louis VII., 1137-80 
Philippe II. (Augustus) 

1180-1223 
Louis VIII. , 1223-26 



197 



R050-107 History & Geog. CLASSIFICA TION. History & Geog. RllO-213 



R 

050 Louis IX. (Saint), 1226- 

70 

051 Philippe III., 1270-85 

052 Philippe IV., 1285-1314 

053 Louis X. (King of Navarre) 

1314-16 

054 Jean I., 1316 

055 Philippe v., 1316-22 

056 Charles IV., 1322^28 

060 House of Valois (1328-1515) 
061' Philippe VI., 1328-50 

062 Jean II., 1350-64 

063 Charles V., 1364-80 

064 Charles VI., 1380-1422 

065 Charles VII., 1422-61 

066 Louis XL, 1461-83 

067 Charles VIIL, 1483-98 

068 Louis XII., 1498-1515 

070 House of Angoul^me, (1515- 

89) 

071 Fran9ois I., 1515-47 

072 Henri II., 1547-1559 

073 Fran9ois II., 1559-1560 

074 Charles IX., 1560-1574 

075 Massacre of St. Bar- 

tholomew, 1572 

076 Henri III., 1574-89 

080 Bourbons 

081 Henri IV., 1589-1610 

082 Louis XIII. (le Juste), 

1610-43 

083 Louis XIV. (le Grand), 

1643-1715 

084 Louis XV., 1715-74 

085 Louis XVI.-XVIL, 1774- 

1792 
■086 National Assembly, 1789- 

1792 
090 Revolution, 1792 

100 First Republic, 1792-99 
loi Convention, 1792-95 

102 Reign of Terror, May 

1793 to July 1794 

103 Directoire, 1795-99 

104 First Consulate, 1799-1804 

105 First Empire 

106 Napoleon I., 1804-14 

107 Napoleon IL, (Titular) 



R 

no 


Bourbons Restored — 


III 


Louis XVIII. , 1814-15, 




1815-1824 


112 


The Hundred Days,i8i5 


113 


Charles X., 1824-30 


114 


House of Bourbon — Orleans 


115 


Louis-PhUippe, 1830-48 


116 


Second Republic, 1848-52 


117 


Provisional Government, 




1848 




Louis Napoleon, President, 




1848-52. See R 121 




below. 


119 


Coup d'etat, 1852 


120 


Second Empire 


121 


Napoleon III., 1852-1870 


130 


Third Republic, 1870— 


131 


Government of National 




Defence, 1870-71 


132 


Commune, 1871 


133 


Presidency of Thiers, 




1871-73 


134 


McMahon, 1873-79 


135 


Grevy, 1879-87 


136 


Sadi-Carnot, 1887-94 


137 


Casimir-Perier, 1894 


138 


Faure, 1895-99 


139 


Loubet, 1899 — 1906 


140 


Fallieres, 1906 — 


189 


Pretenders to Crown of 




France — 


190 


Legitimate Line 


191 


Orleanist Line 


192 


Imperial Line 


200 


Ancient Provinces and 




Modern Departments- 


201 


Channel Provinces— 


202 


Flandre 


203 


Nord 


204 


Dunkerque (Dunkirk) 


205 


Lille 


206 


Douai 


207 


Roubaix 


208 


Tourcoing 


209 


Valenciennes 


210 


Artois 


211 


Pas-de-Calais 


212 


Arras 


213 


Calais 



198 



R220-268 History & Geog. CLASSIFICATION. History & Geog. R270-324 



R 




R 




220 


Picardie (Picardy) 


270 


Poitou 


221 


River Aisne 


271 


Vendee 


222 


Aisne 


272 


La Roche 


223 


Laon 


273 


Deux- Sevres 


224 


Somme 


274 


Niort 


225 


Abbeville 


275 


Vienne 


226 


Amiens 


276 


Poitiers 


227 


Crecy 


280 


Aunis-Saintonge — Angou- 


230 


Normandie (Normandy) 




mois 


231 


Dukes of Normandy, 911- 


281 


Charente-Inferieure 




1134 


282 


La Rochelle 


232 


Seine-Inferieure 


283 


Rochefort 


233 


Dieppe 


284 


He d'Oleron 


234 


Rouen 


285 


Charente 


235 


Le Havre 


286 


Angoul6me 


236 


Eure 


289 


Aquitaine (Guienne and 


237 


Evreux 




Gascony) 


238 


Calvados 


290 


Guienne 


239 


Caen 


291 


Gironde 


240 


Manche 


292 


River Garonne 


241 


Cherbourg 


293 


Bordeaux 


242 


Mont St. Michel 


294 


Dordogne 


243 


Orne 


295 


Perigueux 


244 


Alengon 


296 


Lot-et-Garonne 


245 


Counts of Alen9on 


297 


Agen 




1268-1404 


298 


Tarn-et-Garonne 


246 


Dukes of Alenfon, 


299 


Montaubon 




1404-1525 


300 


Lot 


250 


Bretagne (Brittany) 


301 


River Lot 


251 


Counts and Dukes, 560 to 


302 


Cahors 




1532 


303 


Aveyron 


252 


lUe-et-Vilaine 


304 


Rodez 


253 


St. Malo 


310 


Gascony 


254 


Rennes 


311 


Landes 


255 


C6tes-du-Nord 


312 


Dax 


256 


S. Brieuc 


313 


Gers 


2<7 


Finistfere 


314 


Auch 


258 


Brest 


315 


Hautes-Pyrenees 


259 


Ouesant (Ushant) 


316 


Tarbes 


260 


Morbihan 


317 


Haute-Garonne 


261 


Belle He 


318 


Toulouse 


262 


Quiberon 


319 


Pyrenees Provinces (Pyrenees 


263 


Vannes 




in General) — 


264 


Loire- Inferieure 


320 


Blarn 


265 


River Loire 


321 


Basses-Pyrenees 


266 


Nantes 


322 


Pau 


267 


Biscay Provinces- 


323 


Bayonne 


268 


Bay of Biscay 


324 


Biarritz 



199 



R330-395 History & Geog. CLA SSIFICA TION. History & Geog. R396-454 



330 Rousillon-Foix 

331 Ari6ge 

332 Foix 

333 Pyrenees-Orientales 

334 Perpignan 

335 Mediterranean Provinces- 

340 Languedoc 

341 Cevennes 

342 Ardeche 

343 Privas 

344 Gard 

345 Nimes 

346 Lozere 

347 Mende 

348 Herault 

349 Montpellier 

350 Beziers 

351 Aude 

352 Carcassonne 

353 Narbonne 

354 Tarn 

355 Albi 

360 Provence 

361 Alpes-Maritimes 

362 Nice 

363 Cannes 

364 Mentone 

365 Basses-Alpes 

366 Digne 

367 Var 

368 Toulon 

369 Hyeres 

370 Draguignon 

371 Bouches-du-Rh6ne 

372 River Rh6ne 

373 Marseilles 

374 Aries 

375 Tarascon 

376 Vaucluse 

377 Avignon 

380 Corse (Corsica) 

381 Ajaccio 

385 East Frontier Provinces— 

390 Champagne 

391 Ardennes 

392 Mezieres 

393 Marne 

394 Cha.lons-sur-Marne 

395 Epernay 



R 




396 


Reims 


397 


Aube 


398 


Troyes 


399 


Haute-Marne 


400 


Chaumont 


410 


Lorraine 


411 


Meuse 


412 


Bar-le-Dur 


413 


Verdun 


414 


Meurthe-et-Moselle 


415 


Nancy 


416 


Vosges 


417 


Epinel 


420 


Tranche Comte 


421 


Haute -Rhin 


422 


Belfort 


423 


Haute-SaCne 


424 


Vesoul 


425 


Doubs 


426 


Besangon 


427 


Jura 


428 


Lons-le-Saumier 


429 


D61e 


430 


Dauphine 


431 


Is&re 


432 


Grenoble 


433 


Drume 


434 


Valence 


435 


Hautes-Alpes 


436 


Gap 


440 


Savoie (Savoy) 


441 


Counts of Maurienne, 




1020-72 


442 


Counts of Savoy, 1108 




1383 


443 


Dukes of Savoy, 1391 




1713 


444 


Savoie 


445 


Chambery 


446 


Mont Blanc 


447 


Haute-Savoie 


448 


Bonneville 


449 


North Central Provinces— 


450 


Anjou 


451 


Counts of Anjou, 930 




1422 


452 


Maine-et-Loire 


453 


Angers 


454 


Saumur 



200 



R460-531 History & Geog. CLASSIFICATION. History & Geog. R532-581 



R 




R 




460 


Touraine 


532 


Dukes, 877 to Philippe L, 


461 


Indre-et-Loire 




1363 


462 


Tours 


533 


Philippe IL, 1363-1404 


463 


Loches 


534 


Jean, 1404-19 


470 


Maine 


535 


Philippe IIL, 1419-67 


471 


Mayenne 


536 


Charles the Bold, 1467- 


472. 


Laval 




1477 


473 


Sarthe 


537 . 


Marie, 1477-1482 


474 


Le Mans 


538 


Annexation to France, 


480 


Ile-de-France 




1479 


481 


Oise 


539 


Yonne 


482 


Beauvais 


540 


Auxerre 


483 


Seine-et-Oise 


541 


C6te-d'0r 


484 


Versailles 


542 


Dijon 


485 


St. Denis 


543 


Chatillon 


486 


River Seine 


544 


Beaune 


487 


Seine 


545 


Sa6ne-et-Loire 


488 


Vincennes 


546 


Macon 


489 


Seine-et-Marne 


547 


Ain 


490 


Melun 


548 


Bourg 


491 


Fontainbleau 


549 


South-Central Provinces — 


500 


Paris (Lutetia) 


550 


Limousin 


501 


Arrondissements 


551 


Haute- Vienne 


502 


Boulevards 


552 


Limoges 


503 


Cite 


553 


Correze 


504 


Notre Dame Cathedral 


554 


Tulle 


505 


Bastille 


555 


Marche 


506 


Louvre 


556 


Creuse 


507 


Tuileries 


557 


Gueret 


508 


Quartier Latin 


560 


Auvergne 


509 


Sorbonne 


561 


Puy-de-Dome 


510 


Berry 


562 


Clermont-Ferrand 


511 


Cher 


563 


Cantal 


512 


Bourges 


564 


Aurillac 


513 


Indre 


565 


Bourbonnais 


514 


Chateauroix 


566 


AUier 


515 


Orleanais 


567 


Moulins 


516 


Eure-et-Loire 


570 


Lyonnais 


517 


Chartres 


571 


Rhone 


518 


Loiret 


572 


Lyon (Lyons) 


519 


Orleans 


573 


Loire 


520 


Loir-et-Cher 


574 


Montbrison 


521 


Blois 


575 


St. Etienne 


525 


Nivernais 


576 


Haute-Loire 


526 


Nifevre 


577 


LePuy 


527 


Nevers 


580 


Monaco 


530 


Burgundy 




Princes — 


531 


Kings of Burgundy, 413- 


581 


Grimaldo L to Rainer 




1032 




IIL, 920-1407 



201 



R582-630 History & Geog. CLA SSI PICA TION. History & Geog. R631-726 



R 

582 John I. to John II., 

1407-1505 

583 Lucian to Hercules I., 

1505-1604 

584 Honorius II. to Louis I., 

1604-1701 

585 Anthony to Honorius 

IV., 1701-1819 

586 Honorius V., 1819-41 

587 Florestan I., 1841-56 

588 Charles III., 1856-89 

589 Albert, 1889- 
598 Monte Carlo 

600 ESPANA (SPAIN) 

601 Visigoths, 414-718 A.D. 

602 Alaric I. to Alaric II., 

406-507 A.D. 

603 Gesalric to Rodrigo, 507- 

718 

604 Moors, 711-1492 

Ommiades (Omayyades) 
See Arabia 
Early Christian Kings, 718- 

1035— 

606 Kings of Asturias and 

Leon, 718-1035 

607 Kingdom of Castile and Leon, 

1033-1506 

608 Ferdinando and Isabella, 

1471-1516 

610 Kingdom of Navarre, 905- 

1512 

611 Navarre (France) 

Henri II., 1516-55. See 
France R072 
613 Joanna III., 1555-72 

Henri III., 1572-. See 
France R076 
620 Kingdom of Aragon, 1035- 
1512 

625 Navarre and Aragon and 

Kings of Spain 

626 Ferdinando V., 1512-16 

627 Carlos I., 1516-1556 

628 Filippo II. (Philip) 1556- 

1598 

629 Armada, 1587-88 

630 Filippo III., 1598-1621 



R 

631 Filippo IV., 1621-1665 

632 Carlos II., 1665-1700 

640 House of Bourbon 

641 Filippo v., 1700-46 

642 Ferdinando VI., 1746-59 

643 Carlos III., 1759-88 

644 Carlos IV., 1788-1808 

645 Ferdinando VII., 1808, 

1813-33 

646 Joseph Bonaparte, 1808- 

1813 

647 Isabella II., 1833-68 f 

648 Provisional Government, 

1868-70 

649 Amadeo I., 1870-73 

650 Republic, 1873-74 

651 Alfonso XII., 1874-85 

652 Mercedes, 1885-86 

653 Alfonso XIII., 1886— 

700 North Spain 

701 Galicia 

702 Coruua 

703 Lugo 

704 Orense 

705 Pontevedra 

706 Asturias 

707 Oviedo 

708 Leon 

709 Leon 

710 Palencia 

711 Salamanca 

712 Ciudad- Rodrigo 

713 Valladolid 

714 Zamora 

715 Castilla la Vieja (Old Cas- 

tile) 

716 Avila 

717 Burgos 

718 Logrono 

719 Santander 

720 Segovia 

721 Soria 

722 Vancongadas (Basque 

Provinces) 

723 Vizcaya 

724 Alava 

725 Guipuzcoa 

726 Navarra 



202 



R727-784 History & Geog. CLASSIFICATION. History & Geog. R800-852 



727 Aragon 

728 Huesca 

729 Teruel 

730 Zaragoza (Saragossa) 

731 Catalonia 

732 Barcelona 

733 Gerona 

734 Lerida 

735 Tarragona 

736 River Ebro 

737 Andorra 

750 South Spain 

751 River Guadiana 

752 River Guadalquiver 

753 Estremadura 

754 Badajoz 

755 Caceres [Castile) 

756 Castilla la Nueva (New 

757 Ciudad-Real 

758 Cuenca 

759 Guadalajara 

760 Madrid 

761 Escorial 

762 Toledo 

763 Andalueia 

764 Almeria 

765 Cadiz [and Ceuta, See 

O340 Africa] 

766 Corboda (Cordova) 

767 Granada 

768 Alhambra 

769 Huelva 

770 Jaen 

771 Malaga 

772 Sevilla 

773 Murcia 

774 Albacete 

775 Murcia City 

776 Cartagena 

777 Valencia 

778 Alicante 

779 Castellon 

780 Valencia 

781 Balearic Islands 

782 Majorca 

783 Minorca 

784 Ivica. Formentera 
Canary Islands See O920 

Africa 



800 PORTUGAL (LUSITANIA) 

Moors See Spain 

801 House of Burgundy 

802 Counts of Portugal, 1095- 

1139 

803 Alfonso I., 1139-85 

804 Sancho L, 1185-1212 

805 Alfonso II., 1212-23 

806 Sancho II., 1223-48 

807 Alfonso III., 1248-79 

808 Dionysius, 1279-1325 
8og Alfonso IV., 1325-57 

810 Pedro, 1357-67 

811 Ferdinando I., 1367-85 

820 House of Avis 

821 Joan I., 1385-1433 

822 Duarte, 1433-38 

823 Alfonso v., 1438-81 

824 Joan II., 1481-95 

825 Manoel, 1495-1521 

826 Joan III., 1521-57 

827 Sebastian, 1557-78 

828 Cardinal Henrique, 1578-80 

829 Spanish Annexation, 1580- 

1640 

830 House of Braganza 

831 Joan of Braganza IV., 1640- 

56 

832 Alfonso VI., 1656-67 

833 Pedro (Regency), 1667-83 

834 Pedro II., 1683-1706 

835 Joan v., 1706-50 

836 Jose, 1750-1777 

837 Maria I. and Pedro III., 

1777-86 

838 Maria I. (alone), 1786-91 

839 Joan (Regency), 1791-1816 

840 Joan VI., 1816-26 

841 Pedro IV., 1826-28 

842 Maria II. and Miguel, 1828- 

33 

843 Maria II., 1834-53 

House of Braganza- 
Coburg 

850 Pedro v., 1853-61 

851 Luis I., 1861-89 

852 Carlos I., 1889— 



203 



R900-S013 Hist. & Geog. CLA SSIFICA TION. History & Geog. S014-065 



R 

900 Entre Minho-e-Duoro Pro- 
vince 

goi River Duoro 

go2 Vianna do Castello 

903 Braga 

904 Poro (Oporto) 

910 Tras-os-Montes Province 

911 Villa Real 

912 Braganza 

920 Beira Province 

921 Aveiro 

922 Vizcu 

923 Coimbra 

924 Guarda 

925 Castello Branco 

930 Estremadura 

931 Leiria 

932 Santarem 

933 Lisboa (Lisbon) 

934 River Tagus 

935 Cintra 

940 Alemtejo 

941 Portalegre 

942 Evora 

943 Beja 

950 Algarve (Faro) 

960 Aeores (Azores) 

Madeira See O910 Africa 

970 Spain and Portugal, together 

(Iberian Peninsula) 
980 Peninsular War, 1808-14 



S-T NORTH EUROPE— SLAVONIC 
AND TEUTONIC NATIONS. 
S 
ODD ROSSIYA (RUSSIAN EMPIRE) 

001 Slavonic Nations 

002 Pan-Slavism 

003 Dukes of Kiev, 850-1157 

004 Rurik 

005 Grand Dukes, 1 157-1327 

006 Grand Dukes of Moscow, 

1328-1462 
010 Czars (Tsars) of Moscovy — 
on Ivan III., 1462-1505 

012 Basil (Vasali) V., 1505-23 

013 Ivan IV. (the Terrible), 

1523-84 



S 

014 Feodor I., 1584-98 

015 Boris-Godonof, 1598-1605 

016 Feodor II., 1605-6 

017 Dmitri, 1606 

018 Basil Chouiski, 1606-10 

019 Ladislaus, 1610-13 

020 House of Romanof — 

021 Michael-Feodorovitz, 

1613-45 

022 Alexis, 1645-76 

023 Feodor II., 1676-82 

024 Ivan v., 1682-89 

025 Emperors (Tsars or Czars) 

of Russia — 

026 Peter I. (the Great), 1689- 

1725 

027 Catherine I., 1725-27 

028 Peter II., 1727-30 

029 Anne, 1730-40 

030 Ivan VI., 1740-41 

031 Elisabeth, 1741-62 

035 House of Romanof-Hol- 

stein — 

036 Peter III., 1762 

037 Catherine II., 1762-96 

038 Paul, 1796-1801 

039 Alexander I., 1801-25 

040 Nicholas I., 1825-55 

041 Alexander II., 1855-81 

042 Alexander III., 1881-94 

043 Nicholas II., 1894 — 

050 Russia-in-Europe 

Governments and 
Towns together — 

051 Great Russia 

052 River Dwina 

053 Arkhangelsk (Archangel) 

054 Spitzbergen 

055 Nova Zemlia 

056 Kolguev Island 

057 River Petchora 

058 Olenets 

059 Vologda 

060 Novgorod 

061 Yaroslar 

062 Kostroma 

063 Pskov 

064 Tver 

065 Vladimir 



204 



S066-113 History & Geog. CLASSIFICATION. History & Geog. S114-155 



S 

066 Nizhnii-Novgorod, Govt. 

067 Nizhnii-Novgorod, town 

068 Smolensk 

069 Moskva (Moscow) Govt. 

070 Moscow City 

071 Kaluga 

072 Tula 

073 Riasan 

074 Tambov 

075 Orel 

076 Kursk 

077 Voronezh 

078 Baltic Provinces 

079 Courland 

080 Libau 

081 Mitau 

082 Livonia 

083 Riga 

084 Esthonia 

085 Reval 

086 Petersburg (St. Petersburg) 

Govt. 

087 St. Petersburg City 

088 Kronstadt 

089 West Russia (Lithuania) 

090 Kovno 

091 Vilna 

092 Vitebsk 

093 Grodno 

094 Minsk 

095 Moghilev 

096 Volhynia 

097 Podoha 

098 Little Russia 

099 Chernigov 

100 Kiev 
loi Poltava 

102 Kharkov 

103 Bessarabia 

104 Kishinev 

105 South Russia 

106 Kherson 

107 Odessa 

108 Yekaterinoslav 

109 Rostov 
no Taurida 

111 Crimea 

112 Crimean War, 1854-56 

113 Sevastopol 



S 

114 

"5 
116 

117 
118 
119 
120 
121 
122 
123 
124 
125 
126 
127 
128 
129 
130 

131 
132 

133 
134 
135 
136 

137 
138 

139 
140 
141 
142 

143 
144 

145 
146 
147 
148 
149 

150 

151 

152 
153 
154 
155 



Kertch 

Don Region 

River Don 

River Dnieper 

Sea of Azov 

Black Sea 
Kazan 

Ural Mountains 

Vyatka 

Perm 

Kazan 

Simbirsk 

Penza 
Astrakhan 

River Volga 

Saratov 

Samara 

Ufa 

Orenburg (Kirghiz 
Hordes) 

Astrakhan 
Caucasus 

Caucasus Mountains 

Caspian Sea 

Northern Caucasia 
Kuban 
Stavropol 
Terek 

Circassia 
Transcaucasia 

Baku 

Daghestan 

Elizabethpol 

Erivan 

Kars 

Kutais (Batum) 

Tiflis (Georgia-Iberia) 

POLSKA (POLAND) 

Early Dukes and Kings, 842- 

1041 
Casimir II. to Ladislas I., 

1041-1102 
Boleslas III. to Lesko V., 

1102-1227 
Ladislas III. to Premislas, 

1202-1296 
Ladislas IV., 1296-1300, 

1304- 1333 



205 



S157-195 History & Geog. CLASSIFICA TION. History & Geog. 8196-280 



157 

158 

159 
160 
161 

162 
163 
164 

165 
166 



168 
169 
170 
171 
172 
173 
174 

175 
176 

177 
178 



179 



Wenceslas (King of Bohemia) 

1300-1304 See S345 

Casimir III. (the Great), 

1333-70 
Ludwig of Hungary, 1370- 

1382, See S407 
Maria, 1382-99 
Ladislas V., 1399-1434 
Ladislas VI., 1434-45 
Casimir IV., 1445-92 
John I., 1492-1501 
Alexander, 1501-6 
Sigismund I., 1506-48 
Sigismund II., 1548-73 
Henri de Valois, 1573-75, See 

R076 
Stephen Bathori, 1575-87 
Sigismund'III., 1587-1632 
Ladislas VII., 1632-1648 
John II., 1648-69 
Michael, 1669-74 
John III. (Sobieski), 1674-97 
Frederick- Augustus I., 

1697-1704, 1709-33 
Stanislas I., 1704-9 
Frederick-Augustus II., 

1733-64 
Stanislas II., 1764-95 
Partition of Poland among 
Russia, Austria, and 
Prussia, 1772 
Insurrection of Kosciusko, 
1794 



180 


Revolution of 1830-31 


181 


Insurrection of 1861-67 




Local History and Descrip 




tion— 


185 


Suwalki 


186 


Lomza 


187 


Plock 


188 


Warszawa (Warsaw) 


189 


Lodz 


190 


Kalisz 


191 


Piotrkow 


192 


Czestochowa 


193 


Radom 


194 


Lublin 


195 


Kielce 



S 

196 


Siedlce 




See also S372 Galicia : 




S736 Posen : S740 




Silesia 


200 


Suomi (Finland) 


201 


Grand Dukes 


202 


Abo-Bjorneborg 


203 


Abo 


204 


Helsingfors 


205 


Kuopio 


206 


Nyland 


207 


St. Michel 


208 


Tavastehus 


209 


Uleaborg 


210 


Viborg 


211 


Vasa 


212 


Lake Ladoga 


220 


Lapland 


250 


Russia-in-Asia 


251 


Central Asia 


252 


Lake Aral 


253 


Akmolinsk 


254 


Samipalatinsk 


255 


Turgai 


256 


Uralsk 


257 


Turkestan 


258 


The Steppes 


259 


Khiva 


260 


Samarcand 


261 


Bokhara 


262 


Ferganah 


263 


Kokand 


264 


Syr-Daria 


265 


Tashkend 


266 


Semiryechrensk 


267 


Pamir 


268 


Trans-Caspian Province 


269 


Merv 


270 


Sibir (Siberia) 


271 


Western Siberia 


272 


River Obi 


273 


Tobolsk 


274 


Tomsk 


275 


Eastern Siberia 


276 


River Yenesi 


277 


Irkutsk 


278 


Transbaikalia 


279 


Yakutsk 


280 


Lena River 



206 



S281-332 History & Geog. CLASSIFICATION. History & Geog. S333-36T 



S 

281 Yeniseisk 

282 Amur Region 

283 River Amur 

284 Amur 

285 Primorskaya 
Sakhalin See P376 

287 Sea of Okhotsk 

288 Vladivostock 

289 Kamtchatka 

300 OESTERREICH-UNGARN 

(AUSTRIA-HUNGARY) 

301 Oesterreichi (Austria) 

Margraves : — 

302 Leopold I., 982-1018 

303 Albrecht, I. 1018-56 

304 Ernst, 1056-75 

305 Leopold IL, 1075-96 

306 Leopold IIL, 1096-1136 

307 Albrecht IL, 1136 

308 Leopold IV., 1136-42 

309 Heinrich IL, 1143-56 
Dukes [omitting Emperors 

of the Holy Roman 
Empire. See S610] : — 

310 Heinrich IL, 1156-77 

311 Leopold v., 1177-94 
Friedrich I., 1194-98 

See S629 
313 Leopold VI., 1198-1230 

Friedrich II., 1230-82 
See S633 

315 Rudolf II. , 1282-93 

316 Rudolf IIL, 1293-1314 

317 Leopold I., 1314-58 

318 Rudolf IV., 1358-65 

319 Albrecht IIL, 1365-95 

320 Albrecht IV., 1395-1404 

321 Ladislas, 1439-57 

322 Maria Theresa, 1740- 

1780 
Emperors : — 

323 Franz I., 1804-35 

324 Ferdinand L, 1835-48 

325 Franz Josef I., 1848 — 

330 River Danube 

331 Lower Austria 

332 Wien (Vienna) 



s 

333 


Upper Austria 


334 


Linz 


340 


BOHMEN (BOHEMIA) 


341 


Dukes of Bohemia, 890- 




1197 




Kings of Boliemia :— 


342 


Ottocar I., 1198-1230 


343 


Wenceslas IIL, 1230-53 


344 


Ottocar II. , 1253-78 


345 


Wenceslas IV., 1278- 




1305 


346 


Wenceslas V., 1305-06- 




Rudolf of Austria, 




1306-7 See S316 


348 


Heinrich of Carinthia, 




1307-10 


349 


Johann of Luxemburg, 




1310-46 


350 


Karl I., 1346-78 


351 


Wenceslas VI., 1378- 




1419 


352 


Sigismund I., 1419-38. 




Albrecht of Austria, 




1438-40 See S320 




Ladislas V., 1440-58 See; 




S414 


355 


Georg von Podiebrad„ 




1458-71 




Ladislas VI., 1471-1516. 




See S416 




Ludwig of Hungary, 




1516-26 See S417 




Ferdinard I., 1526 (See: 




S419 Hungary) 




See also Emperors oi 




Germany and Austria 




Local History and Descrip- 




tion— 


360 


Praha (Prague) 


361 


Budweis 


362 


Pilsen 


363 


Karlsbad 


364 


Marienbad 


365 


Teplitz 


366 


Franzensbad 


367 


Reichenberg 



207 



S368-407 History & Geog. CLASSIFICATION. History & Geog. 8408^05 



S 

368 Moravia (Mahren) 

369 Brno (Briinn) 

370 Olmiitz 

371 Silesia (Schlesien) 

372 Galicia (Austrian Poland) 

373 Lwow (Lemberg) 

374 Krak6w (Krakau, 

Cracow) 

375 Karpathian Mountains 

376 Bukowina 

377 Tyrol and Vorarlberg 

378 Innsbruck 

379 Rhsetian Alps 

380 Salzburg 

381 Salzburg City 

382 Styria 

383 Gratz 

384 Carinthia 

385 Carnic Alps 

386 Klagenfurt 

387 Carniola 

388 Laibach 

389 KUstenland 

390 Istria 

391 Trieste 

392 Pola 

393 Dalmatia (Illyria — Dalma- 

tia, Bosnia, etc.) 

394 Zara 

395 Ragusa 

396 Spalato 

400 MAGYARORSYAG 

(UNGARN— HUNGARY) 

Monarchs : — 

401 St. Stephen to Coloman, 

997-1114 

402 Stephen II. to Emeric, 

1114-1204 

403 Ladislas II. to Andi-ew 

III., 1204-1301 

Wenceslas of Bohemia, 

1301-5 See S343 

405 Otho of Bavaria, 1305-9 

406 Charobert, 1309-42 

407 Ludwig I. (the Great), 

1342-82 
Marie, 1382-85 See 8159 
Poland 



S 

408 
409 

410 
411 
412 
413 

414 

415 
416 
417 
418 
419 
420 
421 
422 

423 
424 

425 
426 
427 



450 
451 
455 
456 

457 
460 

465 

466 
467 
470 

475 
480 

485 
490 

500 
501 

502 
503 



Karl Durazzo, 1385-87 
Marie and Sigismund, 

1387-1437 
Albrecht, 1437-39 
Elisabeth, 1439-40 
Ladislas IV., 1440-45 
Johann Hunniades, 

regent, 1445-58 
Ladislas V., 1458 [90 

Matthias Corvinus, 1458- 
Ladislas VI., 1490-1516 
Ludwig II., 1516-26 
Johann Zapolski, 1526-36) 
Ferdinand I., 1526-1536 | 
Maximilian, 1536-72 
Rudolf, 1572-1608 
Matthias II., 1608-18 
Ferdinand II., 1618-25 
Ferdinand III., 1625-47 
Ferdinand IV., 1647-55 
Leopold I., 1655-87 
Josef I., 1687-1712 
Karl VI. of Germany, 

1712. See S663 
See S310 Austria 

Local History and Descrip- 
tion — 

Budapest (Ofen) 
Pressburg 
Kroatia (Croatia) 

Zagrab (Agram) 

Fiume 
Slavonia 

Transylvania (Sieben- 
biirgen) 

Princes, 1526-1690 

Klausenburg 
Bosnia 

Bosna-Serai (Sarajevo) 
Herzegovina 

Mostar 
Lichtenstein 

SCHWEIZ (SWITZERLAND. 
HELVETIA SUISSE) 

First Swiss Confederation, 

1291 
Helvetic Republic, 1798 
Presidents 



20S 



S510-555 History & Geog. CLASSIFICATION. History & Geog. S556-61» 



S 

510 

511 
512 

513 
514 
515 
516 
517 
518 

519 

520 

521 
522 

523 
524 
525 
526 

527 
528 

529 
530 

531 
532 
533 
534 

535 
536 
537 
538 
539 
540 
541 
542 
543 
544 
545 
546 
547 
548 
549 

550 
551 
552 

553 
554 
555 



Cantons and Towns : — 
Uri, (1291) 

Uri 

Altdorf 

Andermatt 
Scliwyz, (1291) 

Schwyz 
Obwalden, (1291)] Unter- 
Nidwalden, (1291)) walden 

Stanz 

Sarnen 
Luzern (Lucerne), (1332) 

Luzern 

Miinster 
Zurich, (135 1) 

Zurich 

Lake of Zurich 

Winterthur 
Glarus, (1352) 

Glarus 
Zug, (1352) 

Zug 
Bern, (1353) 

Bern 

Thun 

Interlaken 
Fribourg, (1481) 

Fribourg 

Gruyere 
Solothurn, (1481) 

Solothurn (Soleure) 
Basel-Stadt, (1501) (Bale) 

Basel 
Basel-Land, (1501) 

Liestal 
Schaffhausen, (1501) 
Appenzell, (1573) 

Appenzell 
St. Gallen (St. Gall), (1803) 

St. Gallen 
Graubiinden (Grisons) 

(1803) 
Chur (Coire) 
Engadine 
Davos Platz 
Aargau, (1803) 
Aarau 
Brugg 



S 

556 Tliurgau, (1803) 

557 Frauenfeld 

558 Tessin (Ticino) (1803) 

559 Locarno 

560 Bellinzona 

561 Vaud (1803) 

562 Lausanne 

563 Vevey 

564 Montreux 

565 Valais (1815) 

566 Sitten (Sion) 

567 Martigny 

568 Zermatt 

569 Neucliatel, (1815) 

570 Neuch&.tel 

571 Genf (Geneva), (1815) 

572 Geneva 

573 Lake of Geneva (Lake 

Leman) 

580 Alps. [Collect everything 

relating generally to- 
the Alps her el 



600 
601 
602 
603 
610 

611 



612 

613 
614 

615 
616 
617 
618 



DEUTSCHLAND (GERMANY> 
Germanic (Teutonic) Nations. 

Pan- Germanism 
Franks 

Holy Roman Empire, (962- 
1806) 
House of Charlemagne 
Karl L, 800-814. See 

R022 France 
Ludwig I., 814-40. See- 

R023 France 
Lothar I., 840-43. See- 

Q623 Italy 
Ludwig II., 843-76. See 

R025 France 
Karl II., 876-77. See 

R024 France 
Karl III., 877-87. See 

R028 France 
Arnulf, 887-99 
Ludwig III., 900-11 
House of Franconia — 

Konrad I., 911-18 
House of Saxony— 
Heinrich I., 919-36 
Otto I., 936-73 



209 



S619-654 History & Geog, CLASSIFICATION. History & Geog. S655-706 



s 

619 


Otto II., 973-83 


620 


Otto III., 983-1002 


621 


Heinrich II., 1002-24 




House of Franconia 


622 


Konrad II., 1024-39 


623 


Heinrich III., 1039-56 


624 


Heinrich IV., 1056-1106 


625 


Heinrich V., 1106-25 




House of Saxony — 


626 


Lothar II., 1125-37 


627 


House of Hohenstaufen 


628 


Konrad III., 1138-52 


629 


Friedrich I. (Bar- 




barossa), 1152-90 


630 


Heinrich VI., 1190-97 


631 


Phihpp, 1198-1208 


632 


Otto IV., 1208-12 


633 


Friedrich II., 1212-50 


634 


Konrad IV., 1250-54 


635 


First Interregnum 


.636 


Wilhelm of Holland, 




1254-56 


^37 


Richard of Cornwall, 




1256-72 


-638 


House of Habsburg 


639 


Rudolf I., 1273-91 


640 


House of Nassau 


641 


Adolf, 1292-98 




House of Habsburg 


642 


Albrecht I., 1298-1308 


•643 


House of Luxemburg and 




Bavaria 


644 


Heinrich VII., 1308-13 


645 


Ludwig IV., 1313-47 


646 


Karl IV., 1348-78 


647 


Second Interregnum 




Wenceslas of Bohemia, 




1378- 1400. See S351 


649 


Ruprecht, 1400-1410 


650 


Sigmund of Branden- 




burg, 1410-37 




House of Habsburg 


651 


Albrecht II., 1438-39 


652 


Friedrich III., 1440-93 


653 


MaximiHan I., 1493-1519 


654 


Karl v., 1519-56 




Ferdinand I., 1556-64. 




See S419 





Maximilian II., 1564-76. 




See S420 




Rudolf II., 1576-1612. 




See S421 




Matthias, 1612-19. See 




S422 




Ferdinand II., 1619-37. 




See S423 


655 


Thirty Years' War 




Ferdinand III., 1637-57. 




See S424 




Leopold I., 1657-1705. 




See S426 




Josef I., 1705-1711. See 




S427 


663 


Karl VI., 1711-1740 


664 


House of Bavaria 


665 


Karl VII., 1742-45 


666 


House of Habsburg-Lor- 




raine 


667 


Franz I., 1745-65 


668 


Josef II., 1765-90 


669 


Leopold II., 1790-92 


670 


Franz II., 1792-1806 


671 


Third Interregnum 


672 


Confederation of the 




Rhine, 1806-15 


673 


Deutsche Bund (Ger- 




man Confederation), 




1815-66 


674 


North German Con- 




federation, 1866-71 




House of Hohenzollern 




Wilhelm I., 1871-1888. 




See S710 


678 


Friedrich, 1888 


679 


WUhelm II., 1888- 


700 


Preussen (Prussia) 


701 


Margraves or Electors of 




Brandenburg, 1134 to 




1616 


702 


Dulies of Prussia, 1619-88 


703 


House of Hohenzollern 


704 


Friedrich I., 1688-1713 


705 


Friedrich Wilhelm I., 



1713-40 

706 Friedrich II. (the Great), ^ 

1740-86 ^ 



210 



S707-753 History & Geog. CLASSIFICA TION. History & Geog. S755-827 



s 




S 


707 


Friedrich Wilhelm II., 


755 




1786-97 


756 


708 


Friedrich Wilhelm III., 


757 




1797-1840 


758 


709 


Friedrich Wilhelm IV., 


759 




1840-61 


760 


710 


Wilhelm I., 1861-71 and 


761 




1871-1888 


762 




See German Empire, 


765 




S678 


766 
767 
768 


Local History and Description — 


715 


Ostpreussen (East Prussia) 


770 


716 


Konigsberg 




717 


Memel 


771 


718 


Tilsit 


772 


719 


Westpreussen (West 


773 




Prussia) 


774 


720 


Danzig 


775 


721 


Marienwerder 


776 


722 


Brandenburg 


777 


723 


Frankfurt-am-Oder 


778 


724 


Potsdam 


779 


725 


Berlin 


780 


726 


Charlottenburg 


781 


727 


Spandau 


782 


728 


River Spree 


785 


730 


Pommern (Pomerania) 


800 


731 


Stettin 


801 


732 


Stralsund 


805 


733 


Riigen 


806 


734 


Usedom 


807 


735 


River Oder 


808 


736 


Posen (Prussian Poland) 


809 


737 


Posen (town) 


810 


738 


Bromberg 


811 


740 


Schlesien (Silesia — Prus- 


812 




sian Poland) 


813 


741 


Breslau 


815 


742 


Gorlitz 


816 


743 


Liegnitz 




745 


Sachsen (Saxony) 


817 


746 


Magdeburg 


818 


747 


Halle-an-der-Saale 


820 


748 


Erfurt 


821 


750 


Schleswig-Holstein 


822 


751 


Kiel 


825 


752 


Altona 


826 


753 


Heligoland 


827 



Hannover 

Dukes, 1665-1692 

Electors, 1692-1814 

Kings, 1814-1866 

Hannover (Town) 
Westfalen (Westphalia) 

Dortmund 

Miinster 
Hessen-Nassau 

Frankfurt-am-Main 

Kassel (Cassel) 

Wiesbaden 
Rheinland (Rhenish- 
Prussia) 

Koln (Cologne) 

Aachen (Aix-la-Chapelle) 

Barmen 

Bonn 

Diisseldorf 

Eifel Gebirge 

Elberfeld 

Trier (Treves) 

Essen 

Koblenz (Coblentz) 

Krefeld (Crefeld) 

River Rhine 

River Mosel (Moselle) 
Hohenzollern 

Sigmaringen 
Free Cities (Hanse Towns) 
Hanseatic League 
Bremen 
Hamburg 
Liibeck 
Oldenburg [1773-1881 

Grand Dukes, 1180-1667, 
Oldenburg (town) 
Birkenfeld 
Mecklenburg-Schwerin 
Grand Dukes (Princes 

of the Wends), 1701 — 
Rostock 
Schwerin 
Mecklenburg-Strelitz 
Grand Dukes, 1701-94 
Neu-Strelitz 
Lippe-Detmold 
Princes, 1802 — 
Detmold 



211 



S830-885 History & Geog. CLASSIFICATION. History & Geog. S890-938 



s 




S 


830 


Schaumburg-Lippe 


890 


831 


Princes, 1787 — 




832 


Buckeburg 


891 


835 


Braunschweig (Brunswick) 




836 


Dukes (Brunswick-Lune- 


892 




burg) 


893 


837 


Dukes(Brunswick-Wolfen- 


894 




buttel) 


895 


838 


Braunschweig (Bruiiswick) 


900 




town 


901 


840 


Anhalt 




841 


Dukes, 1212 — 


902 


842 


Dessau 




845 


Waldeck 


903 


846 


Princes 




847 


Arolsen 




850 


Schwarzburg-Rudolstadt 


904 


851 


Princes 


905 


852 


Rudolstadt 




855 


Schwarzburg-Sonderhausen 


906 


856 


Princes 


907 


857 


Sonderhausen (town) 


908 


858 


Arnstadt 


909 


860 


Thuringia 


910 


861 


Sachsen- Coburg-Gotha 


915 




(Saxe-Coburg-Gotha) 


916 


862 


Dukes 


917 


863 


Coburg 


918 


864 


Gotha 




865 


Sachsen-Weimar (Saxe- 


919 




Weimar) 


920 


866 


Grand Dukes 


921 


867 


Weimar 


923 


868 


Eisenach 


924 


869 


Neustadt 


925 


870 


Sachsen-Altenburg (Saxe- 


926 




Altenburg) 


927 


871 


Dukes 


928 


872 


Altenburg 


929 


875 


Sachsen-Meiningen (Saxe- 


930 




Meiningen) 


931 


876 


Dukes 


932 


877 


Meiningen 


933 


880 


Reuss-Greiz (Reuss Old Line) 




881 


Princes 


934 


882 


Greiz [Line) 


935 


883 


Reuss-Schleiz (Reuss Younger 


936 


884 


Princes 


937 


885 


Gera 


938 



Elsass-Lotliringen (Alsace- 
Lorraine) 

Dukes of Lorraine and 

Brabant 
Strassburg 
Colmar 
Mulhausen 
Metz 
Baden 

Margraves of Baden, 

1120-1527 
Margraves of Baden- 
Baden, 1527-1771 
Margraves of Baden-Dur- 

lach to 1709 
Grand Dukes — 

Karl Wilhelm, 1709-38 
Karl Friedrich, 1738- 

1811 
Karl, 1811-18 
Ludwig, 1818-30 
Leopold, 1830-52 
Ludwig IL, 1852-56 
Friedrich L, 1856 — 
Mannheim 

Karlsruhe (Carlsruhe) 
Konstanz (Constance) 
Lake of Constance 

(Boden See) 
Freiburg 
Heidelberg 
Baden 
Hessen (Hesse) 
Landgraves, 1567-1803 
Grand Dukes, 1803-1877 
Mainz (Mentz, Mayence) 
Darmstadt 
Giessen 
Worms 
Wiirttemberg 

Dukes, 1457-1806 
Kings, 1806 — 
Schwarzwald (Black 

Forest) 
Stuttgart 
Ulm 

Heilbronn 
Esslingen 
Tiibingen 



212 



S940-979 History & Geog. CLASSIFICATION. History & Geog. S980-T017 



s 
940 


Bayern (Bavaria) 


S 

980 


Konigreich Sachsen (King- 


941 


Dukes, 895-1596 




dom of Saxony) 


942 


Electors, 1596-1805 


981 


Dukes, 880-1806 




Kings — 




Kings :— 


943 


Maximilian Josef I., 


982 


Friedrich August, 1806- 




1805-25 




1827 


944 


Ludwig Karl, 1825-64 


983 


Anton, 1827-36 


945 


Maximilian Josef II., 


984 


Friedrich August II., 




1864-86 




1836-54 


946 


Otho, 1886— 


985 


Johann, 1854-73 


950 


Oberbayern (Upper Ba- 
varia) 


986 

987 


Albert, 1873-1902 
Georg, 1902-04 


951 


Wasserburg 


988 


Friedrich August III., 


952 


Ober-Ammergau 




1904— 


953 


Miinchen (Munich) 


995 
996 

997 


Dresden 

Leipzig 

Bautzen 


954 


Niederbayern (Lower Ba- 
varia) 


955 


Passau 


998 


Chemnitz 


956 


Landshut 


999 


Zwickau 


957 


Rheinpfalz (Palatinate) 


T 




958 


Counts Palatine of the 


000 


NETHERLANDS (HOLLAND 


y-J 


Rhine, 1156-1777 




AND BELGIUM to- 


959 
960 


Speyer (Spires) 
Oberpfalz (Upper Palati- 


001 
002 


gether) 

Batavii 
Belgse 




nate) 


003 
004 


Counts of Holland, 963-1433 


961 


Regensburg (Ratisbon) 


Governors of the Nether- 


962 


Amberg 




lands, 1477-1795 


963 


Oberfranken (Upper 


005 


Dutch Republic, 1566-81 




Franconia) 


006 


Austrian-Spanish Dominion, 


964 


Dukes of Franconia, 




1476-1566 




891-1191 


007 


United Provinces, 1581-1795 


965 


Bamberg 


008 


Batavian Republic, 1795- 


966 


Hof 




1806 


967 


Baireuth 


009 


Dutch Stadtholders, 1579- 


968 


Kulmbach 




1747 


970 


Mittelfranken (Middle 


010 


Princes of Orange 




Franconia) 


on 


Philibert de Chalons, 15,02- 


971 


Niirnberg (Nuremberg) 




1530 


972 


Erlangen 


012 


Rene de Nassau, 1530-44 


973 


Ansbach 


013 


Willem of Nassau, 1544-84 


974 


Unterfranken (Lower 


014 


Philipp Willem, 1584-1618 




Franconia) 


015 


Maurice, 1618-25 


975 


Aschaffenburg 


016 


Friedrich Heinrich, 1625- 


976 


Wiirzburg 




1647 


977 


Schwaben (Suabia) 


017 


Willem II., 1647-60 


978 


Dukes, 867-1268 




Willem III., 1660-89. See 


979 


Augsburg 




V560 United Kingdom 



213 



T020-182 History & Geog. CLASSIFICATION. History & Geog. T183-333 



T 




T 




020 


Willem IV., 1702-11 


183 


Utrecht 


021 


Willem v., 1711-51 


184 


Utrecht 


022 


Willem VI., 1751-1806 


185 


Amersfoort 




Willem Friedrich, 1806. 


186 


North Holland 




See T102 


187 


Amsterdam 


024 


Louis Bonaparte, 1806 


188 


Haarlem 






189 


Edam 


100 


NEDERLANDEN (HOLLAND) 


190 


Texel and other Islands 


lOI 


Kingdom of Holland 


191 


Marken 


102 


Willem I., 1815-40 


195 


Zuyder Zee 


103 


Willem II., 1840-49 


7^ 




104 


Willem III., 1849-90 


200 


BELGIE (BELGIQUE. BEL- 


105 


Regency, 1890-98 




GIUM. FLANDERS) 


106 


Wilhelmina, 1898— 


210 


Counts of Flanders, 862-1384 




Local History and Description — 


220 


Burgundian Dominion, 1437- 
147B 


150 


Groningen 


230 


XT 1 \J 

Revolution of 1830 


151 
152 
153 
154 
155 


Groningen 

Friesland 
Leeuwarden 
Harlingen 

Drenthe 


250 
251 


Independent Kingdom of 
Belgium — 

Leopold I., 1830-65 
Leopold II., 1865— 


156 


Assen 




Local History and Description- 


157 


Overyssel 


300 


River Maas (Meuse) 


158 


Zwolle 


301 


River Schelde 


159 


Deventer 


305 


Antwerpen 


160 


Guelders 


306 


Antwerpen (Anvers. 


161 


Arnhem 




Antwerp) 


162 


Zutphen 


307 


Mechlin (Malines) 


163 


Kampen 


310 


Brabant 


164 


Apeldoorn 


311 


Brussel (Bruxelles 


165 


North Brabant 




Brussels) [(1815) 


166 


S'Hertogenbosch (Bois 


312 


Waterloo, Battle of 




le Due) 


315 


East Flanders 


167 


Breda 


316 


Gent (Gand. Ghent) 


168 


Bergen-op-Zoom 


317 


Aalst (Alost) 


170 


Limburg 


318 


Oudenaerde 


171 


Maestricht 


320 


West Flanders 


172 


Zealand 


321 


Briigge (Bruges) 


173 


Walcheren 


322 


Ostende 


174 


Vlissingen (Flushing) 


323 


Blankenberghe 


175 


South Holland 


324 


Ypren (Ypres) 


176 


DenHaag (S'Graven 


325 


Comines 




Hage. The Hague) 


326 


Poperinghe 


177 


Scheveningen 


327 


Kortrijk (Courtrai) 


178 


Delft 


328 


Furnes 


179 


Gouda 


330 


Hainaut (Hainault) 


180 


Leiden (Leyden) 


331 


Counts of Hainaut, 875- 


181 


Rotterdam 


332 


Mons [1299 


182 


Schiedam 


333 


Tournai 



214 



T335-512 History & Geog. CLASSIFICATION. History & Geog. T513-605 



T 

335 Liege 

336 Luik (Liege) 

337 Seraing 

338 Spa 

339 Verviers 

340 Moresnet 

341 Limbourg 

342 Hasselt 

345 Luxembourg 

346 Neufchateau 

347 St. Hubert 

348 Arlon 

349 La Roche 

350 Namur 

351 Namur 

352 Dinant 

353 Rochefort 
355 Ardennes 

380 Luxemburg 

381 Counts and Dukes, 965-1444 

382 Burgundian Dominion 

383 Grand Dukes 

384 Adolf, 1890— 
390 Luxemburg (city) 

400 SCANDINAVIA, General 

401 Vikings. Norsemen. Danes 

500 DANMARK (DENMARK) 

501 Gorm tlie Old to Magnus the 

Good, 860-1047 

502 Estridsen Line, 1047-1412 

503 Svend Estridsen to Erik 

Ejegod, 1047-1103 

504 Niels to Knud (Canute) 

VL, 1103-1202 

505 Valdemar II. to Erik 

Menved, 1202-1319 

506 Christopher II, to Mar- 

garet, 1319-1412 

507 Denmark and Norway, 1412- 

1839 

508 Erik of Pomerania, 1412- 

1439 

509 Christopher of Bavaria, 

1439-48 

510 Oldenburg Line 

511 Christian I., 1448-81 

512 Hans, 1481-1513 (John II. 

of Sweden) 



513 
514 
515 
516 
517 
518 

519 
520 

521 
522 
523 
524 

525 
526 

527 

550 
551 
552 
553 
554 
555 
556 
557 
558 

559 
560 

561 
562 

563 

564 
565 
566 

570 



Christian II., 1513-23 
Frederik I., 1523-33 
Christian III., 1533-59 
Frederik II., 1559-88 
Christian IV., 1588-1648 
Frederik III., 1648-70 
Christian V., 1670-99 
Frederik IV., 1699-1730 
Christian VI. , 1730-46 
Frederick V., 1746-66 
Christian VII., 1766-1808 
Frederik VI., 1808-39 
Denmark (alone) — 

Christian VIII., 1839-48 
Frederik VII., 1848-63 
Christian IX., 1863 — 



Local History and Description — 
Jutland 
Aalborg 

Frederikshavn 

Lesso 
Viborg 
Aarhuus 

Horsens ■ 
Ringkjobing 
Fyen (Funen) 

Odense 
Sjaelland (Zealand) 
Kjbbenhavn (Copenhagen) 
Helsingor (Elsinore) 
Laaland 
Baltic Islands 

Bornholm 
Faroe Islands 
Island (Iceland) 
Daiiish Greenland. See 
W921 

See also W677-80 West 
Indies 

600 NORGE (NORWAY) 

601 Harald Haarfager to Erik 

and Svend, 890-1015 

602 Olaf (the Saint), 1015-30 

603 Svend to Magnus Barfod, 

1030-1103 

604 Olaf to Sverre, 1103-1202 

605 Hakon (or Haakon, Haco) 

III., 1202-04 



215 



606-803 History & Geog. CLASSIFICATION. History & Geog. T804-917 



T 

606 Guttorm and Inge Bardsson, 

1204-17 

607 Hakon IV., 1217-63 

608 Magnus Lagabaeter, 1263-80 

609 Erik Prsestehader, 1280-99 

610 Hakon V., 1299-1319 

611 Magnus Smek, 1319-55 

612 Hakon VI., 1355 

613 Hakon VII., 1905 

See T507 Denmark and 
T824 Sweden 

Local History and Description — 

700 Kristiania 

701 Kristiania City 

702 Drammen 

705 Akershus 

706 Smaalenene 
Hamar, 707-09 

707 Hedemarken 

708 Rondane 

709 Kristians 

710 Buskerud 

711 Jarlsberg og Larvik 
Kristiansand, 712-715 

712 Bratsberg 

713 Nedenaes 

714 Lister og Mandal 

715 Stavanger 

716 Sbndre Bergenhus 

717 Bergen 

718 Nordre Bergenhus 

719 Romsdal 

720 Sondre Trondhjem 

721 Trondhjem 

722 Nordre Trondhjem 

723 Nordland 

724 Lofoden Islands 

725 Maelstroem 

726 Tromso 

727 Finmarken 

728 Hammerfest 

730 Dovrefeld Mountains 

731 Kiolen Mountains 

Soo SVERIGE (SWEDEN) 

801 House of Bjorn Jernside, 

983-1055 

802 . House of Stenkil, 1055-1130 

803 House of Sverker, 1130-1250 



T 

804 

P 
805 

806 

807 

808 

809 

810 

811 

812 

813 
814 

815 
816 

817 

818 
819 
820 
821 
822 
823 
824 
825 

826 
827 
828 
829 
830 



900 

901 

905 
906 
907 
908 
909 
910 
911 
912 

913 
914 

915 
916 

917 



House of Folkungar, 1250- 

1523 
House of Vasa 

Gustaf I. (Vasa), 1523-60 
Erik XIV., 1560-68 
Johan III., 1568-92 
Sigismund, 1592-1600 
Carl IX., 1600-11 
Gustaf Adolf II., 1611-32 
Christina, 1632-54 

House of Pfaltz 
Carl X., 1654-60 
Carl XL, 1660-97 
Carl XII., 1697-1718 
Ulrika Eleonora, 1718- 

1720 
Frederik of Hesse, 1720-51 

House of Holstein-Gottorp 
Adolf Frederik, 1751-71 
Gustaf III., 1771-92 
Gustaf IV., 1792-1809 
Carl XIIL, 1809-18 
Union with Norway, 1814 

House of Corvo (Bernadotte 
Line) 
Carl Johan XIV., 1818-44 
Oscar I., 1844-59 
Carl XV., 1859-72 
Oscar II., 1872 — 
Separation of Norway, 

1905 
Local History and Descrip- 
tion — 
Stockholm Lan (or Govern- 
ment) 
City of Stockholm 
Upsal (Upsala) 
Sddermanland 
Ostergotland 
Norrkoping 
Jonkoping 
Kronoberg 
Kalmar 

Karlskrona 
Gdtland 
Blekinge 
Kristianstad 
Malmohus 
Malmo 



216 



T918-U053 History & Geog. CLASSIFICATION. History & Geog. U054-105 



T 

918 
919 
920 
921 
922 
923 
924 

925 
926 
927 
928 
929 
930 
931 
932 
933 
940 

U 

ooo 

■010 

■on 

■012 

013 
014 

015 

016 
■017 

018 

019 

•020 
025 

040 

045 
046 
047 
■049 

052 
«53 



Halland 

Goteborg and Bolius 

Goteborg 
Elfsborg 
Skaraborg 
Vermland 
Orebro 
Vestmanland 
Kopparberg 
Gefleborg 

Gefle 
Vesternorrland 
Jemtland 

Ostersund 
Vesterbotten 
Norrbotten 
Baltic Sea 

U-V— BRITISH ISLANDS. 

IRELAND (Hibernia. Erin) 

Early Kings from Milesian 

Conquest to 4 A.D. 
Fearaidhach-Fionfachtna to 

Turgesino, 4 to 879 
Malachy I. to Daniel, 879 to 

1002 
Malachy II., 980-1002, 1014- 

1022 
Brian Boroimhe, 1002-1014 
Donough O'Brien, 1058-72 
Turlough O'Brien, 1072-86 
Division of the Kingdom, 

1086-1132 
Tordel Vach, 1132-66 
Roderic O'Connor, 1166-1172 
Lords of Ireland, Henry II. 
to Henry VIII., 1172-1542 
Governors of Ireland. Lords 
Lieutenants or Viceroys 
Chief Secretaries 
Irish Rebellion, 1798-99 
Legislative Union, 1801 
Fenianism, 1858 — 
Home Rule, 1870 — 
Ulster 
Donegal County 
Donegal 
Lifford 



u 




054 


Londonderry 


055 


Londonderry (town) 


056 


Coleraine 


057 


Antrim 


058 


Belfast 


059 


Carrickfergus 


060 


Lisburn 


062 


Giant's Causeway 


063 


Portrush 


064 


RathUn 


065 


Lough Neagh 


066 


Tyrone 


067 


Omagh 


068 


Dungannon 


069 


Strabane 


070 


Fermanagh 


071 


Enniskillen 


072 


Lough Erne 


073 


Monaghan 


074 


Monaghan (town) 


075 


Clones 


076 


Armagh 


077 


Armagh (town) 


078 


Lurgan 


079 


Portadown 


080 


Down 


081 


Downpatrick 


082 


Banbridge 


083 


Bangor 


084 


Newry 


085 


Mourne Mountains 


086 


Rostrevor 


087 


Cavan 


088 


Cavan (town) 


090 


Connaught 


091 


Mayo County 


092 


Castlebar 


093 


Ballina 


094 


Killala 


095 


Sligo 


096 


Sligo (town) 


097 


Leitrim 


098 


Carrick-on-Shannon 


100 


Roscommon 


lOI 


Roscommon (town) 


102 


Lough Ree 


103 


Galway 


104 


Galway (town) 


105 


Tuam 



217 



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U 

no 
III 

112 

114 

116 
117 
118 
119 
120 
121 
122 
123 
124 
125 
126 
127 
128 
I29_ 
130' 

132 
133 
134 
135 
136 

137 
138 

139 
140 
141 
142 

143 
144 

145 
146 
147 
148 
149 

153 
160 
161 

:62 

163 

164 



Leinster 
Louth County 

Drogheda 

Louth 

Dundalk 

Carlingford 
Longford 

Longford 
West Meath 

MuUingar 

Athlone 
Meath 

Trim 

Navan 

KeUs 

River Boyne 
King's County 

Tullamore 
Kildare County 

Kildare (town) 

Naas 

The Curragh 
Dublin County 

DubHn City 

The Pale 

Balbriggan 

Howth 

River Liffey 
Queen's County 

Maryborough 

Parsonstown 
Wicklow 

Wicklow 

Bray 

Glendalough 

Arklow 
Killcenny 

Kilkenny 
Carlow County 

Carlow (Town) 
Wexford 

Wexford 

Enniscarthy 

River Slaney 
Munster 
Clare 

Ennis 

Killaloe 

Kilrush 



u 




165 


River Shannon 


166 


Tipperary 


167 


Clonmel 


168 


Nenagh 


169 


Cashel 


170 


Tipperary 


171 


Thurles 


172 


Carrick-on-Suir 


173 


Lough Derg 


175 


Limerick 


176 


Limerick 


177 


Kerry 


178 


Kenmare 


179 


Tralee 


180 


Killarney 


181 


Valentia Island 


182 


Cork County 


183 


Cork (Town) 


184 


Queenstown 


185 


Bandon 


186 


Kinsale 


187 


Bantry 


188 


Youghal 


190 


Waterford 


191 


Waterford 


192 


Dungarvan 


193 


River Suir 


200 


WALES (CAMBRIA) 




Monarchs — 


201 


Cadwallawn to Idwal, 630- 




728 A.D. 


202 


Roderic to Merwyn, 728-844 


203 


Roderic the Great, 844-877 


204 


Princes of North Wales 


205 


Anarawd, 877-915 


206 


Idwal Voel, 915-43 


207 


Howel Dda, 943-48 


208 


lefan and lago, 948-72 


209 


Howel ap lefan, 972-84 


210 


Cadwallon, 984-85 


211 


Meredith, 985-92 


212 


Idwal ap Meyric, 992-98 


213 


Aedan, 998-1015 


214 


Llewelyn ap Sitsyllt, 1015-23 


215 


lago, 1023-39 


216 


Griffith, 1039-67 


217 


Bleddyn, 1067-73 


218 


Trahaern, 1073-79 



218 



U219-267 History & Geog. CLASSIFICATION. History & Geog. U268-323 



u 




U 




219 


Grif&th ap Cynan, 1079-1137 


268 


Pembrokeshire 


220 


Owain Gwynedd, 1137-69 


269 


Pembroke 


221 


Howel, 1 169 


270 


Tenby 


222 


David ap Owain, 1169-94 


271 


St. David's 


223 


Llewelyn the Great, 1194- 


272 


Haverfordwest 




1240 


273 


Carmarthenshire 


224 


David ap Llewelyn, 1240-46 


274 


Carmarthen 


225 


Llewelyn ap Griffith, 1246-82 


275 


Kidwelly 


226 


Princes of South Wales, 877- 


276 


Llandovery 




1256 


277 


Glamorgan 


227 


English Princes of Wales, 


278 


Cardiff 




1284 


279 


Llandaff 


230 


North Wales 


280 


Merthyr Tydvil 


231 


Snowdon 


281 


Swansea 


232 


Anglesey 


282 


Aberavon 


233 


Beaumaris 


283 


Cowbridge 


234 


Carnarvonshire 


284 


Neath 


235 


Carnarvon 


290 


Isle of Man 


236 


Bangor 


291 


Diocese of Sodor and Man 


237 


Conway 


292 


Douglas 


238 


Pwllheli 








300 


ENGLAND AND WALES (to- 


240 
241 
242 


Denbighshire 

Denbigh 
Ruthin 


3or 


gether) 
ENGLAND (Anglia. Albion) 


243 


Wrexham 


302 


Roman Occupation 


244 
245 
246 


Flintshire 

Flint 

St. Asaph 


303 

304 
305 


Heptarchy. Hengist to Eg- 
bert, 454-827 
South Saxons, 490-686 
Wessex (West Saxons), 


247 


Merionethshire 




519-800 


248 


Dolgelly 


306 


East Saxons, 527-827 


249 


Montgomeryshire 


307 


Northumbria, 547-827 


250 


Montgomery 


308 


Bernicia 


251 


Welshpool 


309 


Deira 


252 


Llanfyllin 


310 


East Angles, 575-79° 


253 


Llanidloes 


311 


Mercia, 586-874 


255 


South Wales 


312 


Kings or Octarchs of the 


256 


River Usk 




English Saxons, 457-827 


257 


River Tavy 


313 


Anglo-Saxon Period 


258 


Cardiganshire 


314 


Egbert, 827-36 


259 


Cardigan 


315 


Ethelwulf, 837-56 


260 


Aberystwith 


316 


Ethelbald, 857-60 


261 


Lampeter 


317 


Ethelbert, 860-66 


262 


Brecknockshire 


318 


Ethelred L, 866-71 


263 


Brecon 


319 


Alfred the Great, 871-901 


264 


Rhondda 


320 


Edward the Eldei, 901-25 


265 


Ystrad-y-fodwg 


321 


Athelstane, 925-40 


266 


Radnorshire 


322 


Edmund, 941-46 


267 


New Radnor 


323 


Edred, 946-55 



219 



U324-365 History & Geog. CLASSIFICATION. History & Geog. U400.451 



U 

324 Edwy,, 955-59 , 

325 Edgar, 959-74 

326 Edward the Martyr, 975- 

978 

327 Ethelred II., 978-1016 

328 Edmund Ironside, 1016-17 

329 Canute, 1017-35 

330 Harold I., 1036-39 

331 Hardicanute, 1039-40 

332 Edward the Confessor, 

1041-66 

333 Harold II., 1066 

334 Normans 

335 William I. (the Conqueror), 

1066-87 

336 William II., 1087-1100 

337 Henry I., 1100-35 

338 Stephen, 1135-54 

340 Plantagenets 

341 '_ Angevin Kings, 1154-1216 

342 Henry II., 1154-89 

343 Richard I., 1189-99 

344 John, 1199-1216 

345 Henry III., 1216-72 

346 ' Edward I., 1272-1307 
347' Edward II., 1307-27 

348 ^ ' Edward III., 1327-77 

349 : Richard II., 1377-99 

350 Lancaster and York, 1399- 

1485 

35 1 Wars of the Roses, 1455-85 

352 House of Lancaster, 1399- 

1461 

353 Henry IV., 1399-1413 

354 Henry V., 1413-22 

355 Henry VI., 1422-61 

356 House of York, 1461-85 

357 Edward IV., 1461-83 

358 Edward V., 1483 

359 Richard III., 1483-85 

360 Tudors 

361 Henry VII., 1485-1509 

362 Henry VIII., 1509-47 

363 Edward VI., 1547-53 

364 Mary I., 1553-58 

365 Ehzabeth, 1558-1603 
For continuation See V550 

United Kingdom 



U 

400 
401 
402 
403 
405 
406 
407 
408 
409 
410 
411 
412 

413 
414 

415 
416 

417 
418 
419 
421 
422 

423 
424 

425 
426 

427 
428 

430 
431 
432 
435 
436 
437 
438 

439 
440 
441 
442 
443 
444 
445 
446 

447 
448 

449 
450 
451 



Local History and Description- 
Northern Counties 
Lake District 
English Borders 

Berwick-on-Tweed 
Northumberland 

Newcastle-upon-Tyne 

Tyne River 

Morpeth 

Tynemouth 

WaUsend 
Cumberland 

Carlisle 

Whitehaven 

Workington 
Durham 

County Palatine of Dur- 
ham 

Durham City 

Darlington 

Gateshead 

J arrow-on-Tyne 

South Shields 

Stockton-on-Tees 
River Tees 

Sunderland 
River Wear 

Hartlepool 

West Hartlepool 
Westmoreland 

Kendal 

Appleby 
Yorkshire 

River Humber 

River Ouse 

River Aire 

York City 

North Riding 

Middlesborough 

Richmond 

Scarborough 

Thornaby-on-Tees 

East Riding 

Beverley 

Bridlington 

Hedon 

Hull 

West Riding 

Barnsley 



220 



J J 



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u 

452 


Batley 


U 

506 


Preston 


453 


Bradford 


507 


River Ribble 


454 


Brighouse 


508 


Rawtenstall 


455 


Dewsbury 


509 


Rochdale 


456 


Doncaster 


510 


St. Helen's 


457 


Halifax 


511 


Southport 


458 


Harrogate 


512 


Stockport 


459 


Huddersfield 


513 


Warrington 


460 


Keighley 


514 


Widnes 


461 


Leeds 


515 


Wigan 


462 


Morley 


520 


Cheshire 


463 


Ossett 


521 


River Dee 


464 


Pontefract 


522 


Chester 


465 


Pudsey 


523 


Birkenhead 


466 


Ripon 


524 


Congleton 


467 


Rotherham 


525 


Crewe 


468 


Sheffield 


526 


Dukinfield 


469 


Todmorden 


527 


Hyde 


470 


Wakefield 


528 


Macclesfield 


475 


Lancashire 


529 


Stalybridge 


476 


Duchy of Lancashire 


530 


Eastern Counties 


477 


Accrington 


531 


Fens 


478 


Ashton-under-L3me 


532 


Broads 


479 


Bacup 


'iS'i 


Lincolnshire 


480 
481 
482 


Barrow-in-Furness 

Blackburn 

Blackpool 


536 
537 
538 

539 

'i4o 


Lincoln City 

Boston 

Grantham 


483 
485 


Bolton 
Burnley 


Grimsby 
Louth 


486 


Bury 


'541 


Stamford 


487 


Chorley 


542 
■54^ 


Holland 


488 


Clitheroe 


Kesteven 


489 


Colne 


544 


Lindsey 


490 


Darwen 


'i4'5 


The Wash 


491 
492 
493 
494 
495 
496 


Eccles 

Haslingden 

Heywood 

Lancaster 

Leigh 

Liverpool 


546 
547 
548 
549 
550 


Huntingdonshire 

Huntingdon 
Godmanchester 
St. Ives 
Cambridgeshire 


497 


River Mersey 


551 


Cambridge 


498 


Bootle 


552 


Wisbech 


499 


Manchester 


553 


Isle of Elv 


500 


Salford 


554 


Ely 


501 


Middleton 


555 


Norfolk 


502 


Morecambe 


556 


Norwich 


503 


Mossley 


557 


Great Yarmouth 


504 


Nelson 


558 


King's Lynn (Lynn Regis)* 


505 


Oldham 


559 


Thetford 



221 



TJ560-615 History & Geog. CLASSIFICATION. History & Geog. U616.672 



U 

560 
561 
562 
563 
564 
565 
566 

567 
568 

570 
'571 
'572 
•573 
574 
575 
576 
577 
578 
580 

581 
582 
583 
'584 
585 
586 

'587 
590 
591 
592 
593 
594 
595 
596 
597 
598 

599 
600 
601 
602 
603 
•604 
605 
606 
■610 
611 
612 
613 
614 
615 



Suffolk 


U 

616 


Sutton Coldfield 


Ipsv^ich 


617 


Leicestershire 


Aldeburgh 


618 


Leicester 


Beccles 


619 


Loughborough 


Bury St. Edmunds 


620 


Northamptonshire 


Eye 


621 


Northampton 


Lowestoft 


622 


Brackley 


Southwold 


623 


Daventry 


Sudbury 


624 


Higham Ferrers 


Midland Counties 


625 


Peterborough 


River Trent 


626 


Soke of Peterborough 


Nottinghamshire 


627 


Rutland 


Nottingham 


628 


Oakham 


East Retford 


630 


Western Counties 


Mansfield 


631 


River Severn 


Newark-on-Trent 


632 


Marches 


Southwell 


633 


Wessex 


Sherwood Forest 


635 


Shropshire (Salop) 


Derbyshire 


636 


Ludlow 


Derby 


637 


Bishop's Castle 


Chesterfield 


638 


Bridgnorth 


Glossop 


639 


Oswestry 


Ilkeston 


640 


Shrewsbury 


Peak District 


641 


Wenlock 


Buxton 


645 


Worcestershire 


Matlock 


646 


Worcester 


Staffordshire 


647 


Bewdley 


Stafford 


648 


Droitwich 


Potteries 


649 


Evesham 


Hanley 


650 


Kidderminster 


Stoke-on-Trent 


651 


Malvern 


Burslem 


652 


Mendip Hills 


Newcastle-under-Lyme 


655 


Herefordshire 


Longton 


656 


River Wye 


Burton-on-Trent 


657 


Hereford 


Dudley 


658 


Leominster 


Lichfield 


660 


Gloucestershire 


Smethwick 


661 


Gloucester 


Tamworth 


662 


Bristol 


Walsall 


663 


Cheltenham 


Wednesbury 


664 


Tewkesbury 


West Bromwich 


665 


Forest of Dean 


Wolverhampton 


666 


Monmouthshire 


Warwickshire 


667 


Monmouth 


Warwick 


668 


Abergavenny 


Birmingham 


669 


Newport 


Coventry 


670 


Somerset 


Leamington 


671 


Bath 


Stratford-on-Avon 


672 


Bridgwater 



U673-723 History & Geog. CLA SSI PICA TION. History & Geog. U725-775 



U 

673 
674 

675 

676 

677 

678 

680 

681 

682 

683 

684 

685 

686 

687 

688 

690 

691 

692 

693 
694 

695 
696 
697 
698 
699 
700 
701 
702 
703 

705 
706 
707 
708 
709 
710 
711 
712 

713 
714 

715 
716 
717 
718 
720 
721 
722 

723 



Chard 

Glastonbury 

Taunton 

Wells 

Yeovil 

Exmoor 

Dorset 

Dorchester 
Blandford Forum 
Bridport 
Lyme Regis 
Poole 

Shaftesbury 
Wareham 
Weymouth 
Devon 
Dartmoor 
Exeter 
Barnstaple 
Bideford 
Dartmouth 
- Great Torrington 
Honiton 
Okehampton 

Plymouth (Three Towns) 
Devonport 
Stonehouse 
Torquay 
Totnes 
Cornwall 

Duchy of Cornwall 

Bodmin 

Falmouth 

Helston 

Launceston 

Liskeard 

Lostwithiel 

Penryn 

Penzance 

St. Ives 

Saltash 

Truro 

Scilly Isles (Lyonesse) 

Southern Counties 

Thames 

Thames Conservancy 
Board 
Chiltern Hills 



U 

725 
726 

727 
728 

729 
730 
731 
732 
733 
734 
735 
736 
737 
738 

739 
740 
741 
742 
743 
744 
745 
746 

747 
748 

750 
751 
752 
753 

755 
756 
757 
758 
760 
761 
762 
763 

765 
766 
767 
768 
769 
770 
771 
772 
773 
774 
775 



Oxfordshire 

Oxford 
Banbury 
Chipping Norton 
Henley-on-Thames 
Woodstock 
Berkshire 
Abingdon 
Maidenhead 
Newbury 
Reading 
Wallingford 
Windsor 

Windsor Castle and 
Forest 
Wokingham 
Wiltshire 

Salisbury (Sarum) 
Calne 

Chippenham 
Devizes 
Malmesbury 
Marlborough 
Swindon 
Wilton 
Buckinghamshire 
Buckingham 
High Wycombe 
Eton 
Bedfordshire 

Bedford 

Dunstable 

Luton 
Hertfordshire 

Hertford 

Hemel Hempstead 

St. Albans 
Hampshire 

Winchester 

Andover 

Basingstoke 

Bournemouth 

Christchurch 

Lymington 

Portsmouth 

Romsey 

Southampton 

New Forest 



223 



U776-833 History & Geog. CLASSIFICA TION. History & Geog. U834-924 



u 




U 




776 


Isle of Wight 


834 


Kingston-on-Thames 


777 


Newport 


835 


Reigate 


778 


Cowes 


836 


Richmond 


779 


Ryde 


837 


Wimbledon 


780 


Ventnor 


850 


Essex 


785 


Sussex 


851 


Chelmsford 


786 


East Sussex 


852 


Colchester 


787 


West Sussex 


853 


Harwich 


788 


Brighton 


854 


Leyton 


789 


Hove 


855 


Maldon 


790 


Arundel 


856 


Saffron Walden 


791 


Bexhill 


857 


Southend-on-Sea 


792 


Chichester 


858 


Walthamstow 


793 


Eastbourne 


859 


West Ham 


794 


Hastings 


860 


Epping Forest 


795 


Lewes 


870 


Middlesex 


796 


Rye 


871 


Brentford 


797 


Winchelsea 


872 


Ealing 


798 


Worthing 


873 


Harrow 


800 


Home Counties 


874 


Hornsey 


801 


Kent 


875 


Tottenham 


802 


Canterbury 


876 


Willesden 


803 


Chatham 


900 


London 


804 


Deal 


901 


North of the Thames 


805 


Dover 


902 


West London 


806 


Faversham 


903 


Hammersmith, (Boro') 


807 


Folkestone 


904 


Fulham — 


808 


Gillingham 


905 


Chelsea — 


809 


Gravesend 


906 


Kensington — 


810 


Hythe 


907 


Paddington — 


811 


Lydd 


908 


Westminster (City) 


812 


Maidstone 


909 


St. Martin-in-the- 


813 


Margate 




Fields 


814 


Ramsgate 


910 


St. George, Hanover 


815 


Queenborough 




Square 


816 


Rochester 


911 


Westminster Abbey 


817 


Romney 


912 


North London 


818 


Sandwich 


913 


St. Marylebone, (Boro") 


819 


Sevenoaks 


914 


Hampstead — 


820 


Tenterden 


915 


St. Pancras — 


821 


Tunbridge Wells 


916 


Islington — 


822 


Bromley 


917 


Hackney — 


823 


Cinque Ports {Hastings, 


918 


Stoke Newington — 




Dover, Hythe, Rom- 


920 


Central London 




ney, Sandwich) 


921 


Holborn (Borough) 


830 


Surrey 


922 


St. Giles 


831 


Guildford 


923 


St. George, Blooms- 


832 


Croydon 




bury 


833 


Godalming 


924 


Inns of Court 



224 



U925-995 History & Geog. CLA SSIFICA TION. History & Geog. VOOO-036 



u 




V 


925 


City of London 


000 


926 


Tower of London 




927 


St. Paul's Cathedral 




930 


Finsbury (Borough) 


001 


931 


Clerkenwell 


002 


932 


Charterhouse 


003 


933 


St. Sepulchre 




934 


St. Luke 


004 


935 


East London 




936 


Shoreditch (Borough) 


005 
006 


937 


Bethnal Green — 


938 


Stepney — 


007 
008 


939 


Whitechapel 


940 


Mile End 


OOQ 


941 


St. George-in-the- 
East 


010 


945 


Poplar (Borough) 


on 


946 


Bow 


UL4 


947 


Bromley-by-Bow 


013 
014 


950 


South of the Thames 


951 


Greenwich (Borough) 


OIS 


952 


Woolwich — 


•J 


953 


Plumstead 


016 


954 


Eltham 


017 
018 


955 


Lewisham (Borough) 


956 
957 


Lee 
Deptford (Borough) 


019 
020 


958 


Bermondsey — 


021 


959 


Rotherhithe 




960 


St. Olave 


022 


961 


Southwark (Borough) 


023 


962 


Newington 




963 


St. Saviour 


024 


964 


St. George the Mart5n: 


025 


965 


Camberwell (Borough) 


026 


966 


Lambeth — 


027 


967 


Battersea — 


028 


968 


Wandsworth — 




969 


Clapham 


029 


970 


Putney 


030 


971 


Streatham 


031 


990 


Cliannel Islands 


032 

033 
034 


991 


Jersey 


992 


Guernsey 


03^ 


993 

995 


Alderney, Sark, etc. 
GREAT BRITAIN 


036 



SCOTLAND (CALEDONIA. 
NORTH BRITAIN. 
SCOTIA) 

Piets 
Scots 
Roman Occupation, 80-410 

A.D. 

Early (Fabulous) Kings, 330 

B.C. to 1005 A.D. 

Malcolm IL, 1005-34 
Duncan, 1034-40 
Macbeth, 1040-57 
Malcolm IIL, 1057-93 
Donald VI. (Bane), 1093, 

1094-97 
Duncan IL, 1094 
Edgar, 1097-1107 
Alexander I., 1107-24 
David I., 1124-53 
Malcolm IV. (the Maiden), 

1153-65 
William I. (the Lion), 1165- 

1214 
Alexander XL, 1214-49 
Alexander III., 1249-86 
Margaret, 1286-90 
Interregnum, 1290-92 
John Baliol, 1292-96 
Interregnum, War of Inde- 
pendence, 1296-1305 
Sir William Wallace 
Robert I. (theBrus or Bruce), 

1306-29 
David IL, 1329-71 
House of Stuart, 1371-1603 
Robert IL, 1371-90 
Robert IIL, 1390-1406 
Regency of Dukes of 

Albany, 1406-24 
James I., 1424-37 
James IL, 1437-60 
James IIL, 1460-88 
James IV., 1488-1513 
James V., 1513-42 
Mary, 1542-67 

Regency of Earl of 

Arran, 1542-54 
Mary of Lorraine, 1554- 

1559 



225 



V037-157 History & Geog. CLASSIFICA TION. History & Geog. V160-240 





James VI., 1567-1603. See 




V551, United King- 




dom 


037 


Union of Crown with Eng- 




land, 1603 


038 


Union of Parliaments, 1707 


039 


Secretaries of State 




Local History and Description — 


100 


Higlilands 


lOI 


Clans 


105 


Hebrides (Western Islands) 


no 


North Scotland 


III 


Moray Firth 


112 


Pentland Firth 


113 


Orkney and Shetland 


114 


Orkney 


115 


Kirkwall 


116 


Shetland 


117 


Lerwick 


120 


Caithness 


121 


Wick 


122 


Thurso 


125 


Sutherland 


126 


Dornoch 


130 


Ross and Cromarty 


131 


Ross 


132 


Tain 


133 


Dingwall 


134 


Fortrose 


135 


Lewis 


136 


Stornoway 


137 


Cromartyshire 


138 


Cromarty 


140 


Inverness-shire 


141 


Skye 


142 


Uist 


143 


Harris 


144 


St. Kilda 


145 


Other Islands 


146 


Inverness 


147 


Caledonian Canal 


148 


Ben Nevis 


150 


Nairnshire 


151 


Nairn 


152 


Cawdor 


155 


Elgin or Moray 


156 


Elgin 


157 


Forres 



V 




160 


Banffshire 


161 


Banff 


162 


CuUen 


163 


Keith 


164 


River Spey 


170 


Aberdeenshire 


171 


Aberdeen 


172 


Fraserburgh 


173 


Huntley 


174 


Inverurie 


175 


Kintore 


176 


Peterhead 


177 


Turriff 


178 


River Dee 


179 


River Don 


180 


Grampian Mountains 


200 


Central Scotland 


201 


Argyll 


202 


Inverary 


203 


Oban 


204 


Kintyre 


205 


Campbeltown 


206 


Dunoon 


207 


Mull 


208 


Staffa 


209 


lona 


210 


Colonsay 


211 


Islay 


212 


Jura 


213 


Other Islands 


220 


Bute 


221 


Rothesay 


222 


Arran 


223 


Brodick 


224 


Goatfell 


225 


Cumbraes 


226 


MiUport 


230 


Perthshire 


231 


Perth 


232 


Blairgowrie 


233 


Crieff 


234 


Culross 


235 


Dunkeld 


236 


Loch Tay 


237 


River Tay 


238 


Firth of Tay 


239 


Trossachs 


240 


Loch Katrine 



226 



V250-314. History & Geog. CLASSIFICA TION. History & Geog. V315-367 



: V 




V 




250 


Kincardine (Mearns) 


315 


Hamilton 


251 


Inverbervie (Bervie) 


316 


Rutherglen 


255 


Forfarshire (Angus) 


317 


River Clyde 


256 


Forfar 


318 


Firth of Clyde 


257 


Dundee 


319 


Lothians 


258 


Brechin 


320 


Linlithgowshire (West 


259 


Montrose 




Lothian) 


260 


Arbroath 


321 


Linlithgow 


261 


Bell Rock 


322 


Bathgate 


265 


Kinross-shire 


323 


Queensferry 


266 


Kinross 


330 


Edinburghshire (Mid- 


267 


Loch Leven 




lothian) 


270 


Clackmannanshire 


331 


Edinburgh 


271 


Clackmannan 


332 


Leith 


272 


Alloa 


333 


Musselburgh 


280 


Fife 


334 


Dalkeith 


281 


Cupar 


335 


Pentland Hills 


282 


Anstruther, Easter 


336 


Haddingtonshire (East 


283 


Anstruther, Wester 




Lothian) 


284 


Burntisland 


337 


Haddington 


285 


Crail 


338 


Dunbar 


286 


Dunfermline 


339 


North Berwick 


287 


Dysart 


340 


Bass Rock 


288 


Inverkeithing 


341 


Lammermuir Hills 


28q 


Kilrenny 


342 


South Scotland 


290 


Kinghorn (Inchkeith) 


343 


Lowlands 


291 


Kirkcaldy 


344 


Scots Borders 


292 


Pittenweem 


345 


Ayrshire 


293 


St. Andrews 


346 


Ayr 


295 


Dumbartonshire 


347 


Irvine 


296 


Dumbarton 


348 


Kilmarnock 


297 


Vale of Leven 


349 


Largs 


298 


Kirkintilloch 


350 


Ardrossan 


299 


Loch Lomond 


351 


Girvan 


300 


Stirlingshire 


352 


Ailsa Craig 


301 


Stirling 


353 


Kyle 


302 


Falkirk 


354 


Carrick 


303 


River Forth 


355 


Cunningham 


304 


Firth of Forth 


356 


Galloway 


303 


Renfrewshire 


357 


Wigtownshire 


306 


Renfrew 


358 


Wigtown 


307 


Greenock 


359 


Stranraer 


308 


Port Glasgow 


360 


Whithorn 


309 


Paisley 


361 


Kirkcudbrightshire 


310 


Lanarkshire 


362 


Kirkcudbright 


311 


Lanark 


363 


New Galloway 


312 


Airdrie 


365 


Dumfries-shire 


313 


Coatbridge 


366 


Dumfries 


314 


Glasgow 


367 


Annan 



227 



V368-559 History &Geog. CLASSIFICATION. Histy. & Geog. V560-W023 



V 

368 
369 
370 
371 
372 
373 
374 
375 
376 
380 
381 
382 

383 
385 
386 

387 
390 
391 
395 
396 
397 
398 

500 

501 
502 

503 
504 
505 



551 

552 
553 
554 

555 
556 

557 

558 
559 



Lochmaben 

Sanquhar 

Langholm 

Lockerbie 

Gretna Green 

Debateable Land 

Nithsdale 

Annandale 

Liddesdale 
Roxburgh 

Cheviot Hills 

Jedburgh 

Hawick 
Selkirkshire 

Selkirk 

Galashiels 
Peebles-shire 

Peebles 
Berwickshire 

Duns 

Lauder 

River Tweed 

UNITED KINGDOM (BRITISH 
ISLANDS) 

Prehistoric Period 
Celtic Immigrations 
Germanic Immigrations 
British Period 
Roman Period 

(See U365 England, V037 
Scotland for previous 
monarchs) 

House of Stuart. See V025 
Scotland 
James L, 1567-1603, 1603- 

1625 
Charles L, 1625-49 
Commonwealth, 1649-60 
Parliamentary Execu- 
tive, 1649-53 
Protectorate, 1653-1660 
Oliver Cromwell 
Charles H., 1660-85 (Re- 
storation) 
James IL, 1685-88 
Revolution of 1688 



V 

560 William HI. and Mary 

(1660-89. See T017 
1689-1702 

561 Anne, 1702-14 

562 House of Hanover 

563 George L, 1714-27 

564 George H., 1727-60 

565 George III., 1760-1820 

566 George IV., 1820-30 

567 William IV., 1830-37 

568 Victoria, 1837-1901 

569 Edward VII., 1901 — 
600 British Empire 

650 British Colonies 

651 Crown Colonies 

652 Self-governing Colonies 

653 Colonial Expansion 

690 Union of Anglo-Saxon Races 



W— AMERICA. 
W 

000 AMERICA (N. and S,), General 

001 Discovery, General 

002 Pre-Columbian Claims | 

003 Norse (lo-ii centuries) 

004 Chinese 

005 Welsh 

006 German 

007 Other 

010 Columbus, General 

on First Voyage, 1492 (Ba- 

hamas. Cuba. Hayti) 

012 Second Voyage, 1493 

(Jamaica. Caribbean 
Isles) 

013 Third Voyage, 1498 

(Trinidad) 

014 Fourth Voyage, 1502 

(Honduras) 

015 Cabot, 1497 (Labrador) 

016 Other Post-Columbian 

Discoverers 

020 NORTH AMERICA, General 

021 CANADA (New France) 
022 
023 



Discovery 

French Occupation, iS^t 

1759 



228 



W024-072 History & Geog. CLASSIFICATION. History & Geog.W080-126 



w 




W 


024 


British Occupation, 1759 — 


080 


025 


Governors-General 


081 


026 


British Columbia 


082 


027 


Vancouver 


083 


028 


Vancouver Island 


084 


029 


Victoria 


085 


030 


North- West Territory 


086 


031 


Yukon 


087 


032 


Mackenzie River ! 


088 


033 


Athabasca 


089 


034 


Alberta 


100 


035 


Assiniboia 


lOI 


036 


Saskatchewan 




037 


Manitoba 


102 


038 


Winnipeg 




039 


North-East Territory 


103 


040 


Keewatin 


104 


041 


Franklin 




042 


Ungava 


105 


043 


Hudson Bay 




044 


Baffin Land 


106 


045 


Arctic Archipelago 




046 


Melville Sound 


107 


047 


Ontario 


108 


048 


Toronto 




049 


Hamilton 


109 


050 


London 




051 


Ottawa 


no 


052 


Lake Huron 


III 


053 


Lake Erie 




054 


Niagara Falls 


112 


055 


Lake Ontario 


113 


056 


Thousand Islands 


114 


057 


Quebec 




058 


Montreal 


115 


059 


Quebec 


116 


060 


Anticosti Island 




061 


River St. Lawrence 


117 


062 


New Brunswick 


118 


063 


St. John 


119 


064 


Prince Edward Island 


120 


065 


Magdalen Island 


121 


066 


Nova Scotia (Acadia) 


122 


067 


Hahfax 




068 


Cape Breton Island 


123 


069 


Sable Island 


124 


070 


Newfoundland 


125 


071 


St. John's 




072 


Labrador 


126 



Indian Tribes of North America 
Canadian Indians 
U.S. Nations and Tribes 

Iroquois 
Algonquins 
Athabascans 
Dakotas or Sioux 
Muskogi 
Shoshones 
Other Tribes 
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 
Virginia Plantation, ISS*- 

1776 
New England Settlement, 
1620-1776 
Pilgrim Fathers 
United Colonies of New Eng- 
land, 1643-64 
New Netherlands (Dutch 

Settlements), 1614-64 
British Colonial Period, 
General, 1584-1776 
French Wars, 1689-1732 
War of Independence, 

1775-83 
Declaration of Indepen- 
dence, 1776 
War of 1812 

Civil War (War of Secession), 
1861-65 
Federal States (North) 
Confederate States (South) 
Jefferson Davis (Presi- 
dent), 1861-65 
Presidents of U.S.A. 

George Washington, 1789- 

I793> 1793-97 
John Adams, 1797-1801 
Thomas Jefferson, 1801-09 
James Madison, 1809-17 
James Monroe, 1817-25 

Monroe Doctrine, 1823 
John Quincey Adams, 

1825-29 
Andrew Jackson, 1829-37 
Martin Van Buren, 1837-41 
Wm. Henry Harrison, 

1841 
John Tyler, 1841-45 



229 



W127.238 History & Geog. CLASSIFICATION. History & Geog.W240-317 



W 



W 



127 


James Knox Polk, 1845-49 


240 


Middle Atlantic States 


128 


Zachary Taylor, 1849-50 


241 


New York (1788) 


129 


Millard Fillmore, 1850-53 


242 


Albany 


130 


Franklin Fierce, 1853-57 


243 


Long Island 


131 


James Buchanan, 1857-61 


244 


Brooklyn 


132 


Abraham Lincoln, 1861-65 


245 


New York (City) 


133 


Andrew Johnson, 1865-69 


246 


Buffalo 


134 


Ulysses Simpson Grant, 


247 


Rochester 




1869-77 


248 


Syracuse 


135 


Rutherford Birchard 


249 


Hudson River 




Hayes, 1877-81 


250 


New Jersey (1787) 


136 


James Abram Garfield, 


251 


Trenton 




1881 


252 


Camden 


137 


Chester Alan Arthur, 


253 


Jersey City 




1881-85 


254 


Newark 


138 


Grover Cleveland, 1885- 


255 


Paterson 




1889, 1893-97 


260 


Pennsylvania (1787) 


139 


Benjamin Harrison, 1889- 


261 


Harrisburg 




1893 


262 


Philadelphia 


140 


William McKinley, 1897- 


263 


Alleghany 




1901 


264 


Pittsburgh 


141 


Theodore Roosevelt, 1901- 


265 


Reading 


170 


Secretaries of State 


266 


Scranton 


180 


States and Territories — 


270 


Delaware, (1787) 


190 


Indian Reservations 


271 


Dover 


200 


New England (North Atlantic 


272 


Wilmington 




States) 


275 


Maryland (1788) 


201 


Maine (1820) 


276 


Annapolis 


202 


Augusta 


277 


Baltimore 


203 


Portland 


280 


District of Columbia (1791) 


205 


New Hampshire (1788) 


290 


Washington 


206 


Concord 


300 


South Atlantic States [In- 


207 


White Mountains 




clude here all gemral 


210 


Vermont (1791) 




hooks on the Southern 


211 


Montpelier 




States of the U.S.) 


215 


Massachusetts (1788) 


301 


Virginia (1788) 


216 


Boston 


302 


Richmond 


217 


Cambridge 


303 


Newport News 


218 


Fall River 


305 


West Virginia (1863) 


219 


Lowell 


306 


Wheeling "4Jil#- 


220 


Salem 


308 


North Carolina (1789) 


221 


Worcester 


309 


Raleigh 


230 


Rhode Island (1790) 


310 


South Carolina (1788) 


231 


Providence 


311 


Columbia 


232 


Newport 


312 


Georgia (1788) 


235 


Connecticut (1788) 


313 


Atlanta 


236 


Hartford 


315 


Gulf States (South Central) 


237 


New Haven 


316 


Florida (1845) 


238 


Bridgeport 


317 


Tallahassee 



230 



W320-381 History & Geog. CLASSIFICATION. History & Geog.W382-481 



w 




320 


Alabama (1819) 


321 


Montgomery 


322 


Mississippi (1817) 


323 


Jackson 


325 


Louisiana (1812) 


326 


New Orleans 


327 


Louisiana (Old French 




Territory to 1804) 


328 


Texas (1845) 


329 


Austin 


330 


South Mississippi States (Old 




South-West) 


331 


Arkansas (1836) 


332 


Little Rock 


335 


Tennessee (1796) 


336 


Nashville 


337 


Memphis 


340 


Kentucky (1792) 


341 


Frankfort 


342 


Louisville 


345 


Missouri (1821) 


346 


Jefferson City 


347 


Kansas City 


348 


St. Louis 


350 


Middle Mississippi States 


351 


Ohio (1802) 


352 


Columbus 


353 


Cincinnati 


354 


Cleveland 


355 


Dayton 


356 


Toledo 


357 


Indiana (1816) 


358 


Indianapolis 


360 


Illinois (1818) 


361 


Springfield 


362 


Chicago 


365 


North Mississippi States 


366 


Michigan (1837) 


367 


Lansing 


368 


Detroit 


369 


Grand Rapids 


370 


Wisconsin (1848) 


371 


Madison 


372 


Milwaukee 1 


373 


Lake Michigan 


374 


Lake Superior 


375 


Great Lakes 


380 


Minnesota (1858) 


381 


St. Paul 



W 




382 


Minneapolis 


385 


Iowa (1845) 


386 


Des Moines 


400 


Western States 


401 


Dakota (whole) (1889) 


402 


North Dakota (1889) 


403 


Bismarck 


404 


South Dakota (1889) 


405 


Pierre 


406 


Yankton 


410 


Nebraska (1867) 


411 


Lincoln 


412 


Omaha 


415 


Kansas (1861) 


416 


Topeka 


417 


Rocky Mountains 


420 


Indian Territory (1854) 


421 


Oklahoma (1890) 


425 


Montana (1889) 


426 


Virginia City 


430 


Wyoming (1890) 


431 


Cheyenne 


435 


Colorado (1876) 


436 


Denver 


440 


New Mexico (1850) 


441 


Santa Fe 


445 


Pacific States 


446 


Arizona (1863) 


447 


Tucson 


450 


Utah (1896) 


451 


Salt Lake City 


455 


Nevada (1864) 


456 


Carson City 


460 


California (1850) 


461 


Sacramento 


462 


Los Angeles 


463 


San Francisco 


465 


Oregon (1859) 


466 


Salem 


467 


Portland 


470 


Idaho (1890) 


471 


Boisee 


475 


Washington Territory 




(1889) 


476 


Olympia 


477 


Seattle 


480 


Alaska (1868) 


481 


Aleutian Islands 



231 



W500-557 History & Geog. CLASSIFICATION. History & Geog, W558-651 



W 

500 MEXICO 

501 Toltecs 

502 Aztecs 

503 Other Ancient Races 

504 Montezuma, 1503-19 

505 Spanish Conquest by Cortez, 

1519 

506 Spanish Viceroys 

507 Mexican Independence of 

Spain, 1821 

508 Mexican Empire 

509 Iturbide, 1822-23 

510 Maximihan, 1864-67 

511 Mexican Repubhc, 1823 — 

512 War with United States, 

1845-61 

513 War with French Inter- 

vention, 1861-67 

514 Presidents 

520 Atlantic States 

521 Tamaulipas 

522 Vera Cruz 

523 Tabasco 

524 Campeche 

525 Yucatan 

530 Inland States 

531 Chihuahua 

532 Coahuila 

533 Nuevo Leon 

534 Durango 

535 Zacatecas 

536 San Luis Potosi 

537 Aguascahentes 

538 Guanajuato 

539 Queretaro 

540 Hidalgo 

541 Mexico 

542 City of Mexico 

543 Morelos 

544 Flaxcala 

545 Puebla 

550 Pacific States 

551 Lower California 

552 Sonora 

553 Sinaloa 

554 Tepic Territory 

555 Jalisco 

556 Colima 

557 Michoacan 



w 




558 


Guerrero 


559 


Oaxaca 


560 


Chiapas 


600 


CENTRAL AMERICA 


601 


Confederation of Central 




America, 1821 


602 


Guatemala (1847) 


603 


Presidents 


604 


British Honduras 


605 


Belize 


606 


Honduras (1839) 


607 


Presidents 


608 


Tegucigalpa 


610 


Salvador (1839) 


611 


Presidents 


612 


San Salvador 


615 


Nicaragua 


616 


Presidents 


617 


Managua 


620 


Costa Rica (1821) 


621 


Presidents 


622 


San Jose 



630 WEST INDIES 

631 Spanish Main 

632 Buccaneers (Brethren of 

the Coast) 

633 Caribbean Sea 

634 Gulf of Mexico 

635 Bermuda Islands 

636 Bahama Islands 

637 Nassau 

638 Turks and Caicos Islands 

640 Greater Antilles (andOeneral) 

641 Cuba 

642 Habana (Havana) 

643 Jamaica 

644 Kingston 

645 Little and Great Cay- 

mans 

646 Hispaniola 

647 Haiti (Republique d' 

Haiti) 

648 Presidents 

649 Toussaint I'Ouverture 

650 Port-au-Prince 

651 Santo Domingo (Republi- 

lica Dominicana) 



232 



W652-716 History &Geog. CLASSIFICATION. History & Geog.WTl 7-783 



w 




W 




652 


Presidents 


717 


French Guiana 


653 


San Domingo 


718 


Cayenne 


654 


Puerto Rico [lands) 


720 


Brazil 


660 


Lesser Antilles (Caribbee Is- 


721 


River Amazon 


661 


Windward Islands (British) 


722 


Kingdom (1815-89) 


662 


Grenada 


723 


Dom Pedro I. 


663 


St. Vincent 


724 


Dom Pedro II. 


664 


The Grenadines 


725 


Republic (1889)— 


665 


St. Lucia 


726 


Presidents 


666 


French West Indies 


727 


Alagoas 


667 


Guadeloupe 


728 


Amazonas 


668 


Martinique 


729 


Bahia 


669 


St. Bartholomew 


730 


Ceard 


670 


Leeward Islands (British) 


731 


Espirito Santo 


671 


Antigua (with Barbuda 


732 


Goyaz 




and Redonda) 


733 


Maranhio 


672 


St. Kitts and Nevis 


734 


Matto Grosso 




(Anguilla) 


735 


Minas Geraes 


673 


Dominica 


736 


Pard 


674 


Montserrat 


737 


Parahyba 


675 


Virgin Islands 


738 


Parana 


676 


Cura9oa, etc. (Dutch 


739 


Pernambuco 




West Indies) 


740 


Piauhy 


677 


Danish West Indies 


741 


Rio de Janeiro 


678 


St. Thomas 


742 


Rio Grande do Norte 


679 


St. Croix 


743 


Rio Grande do Sul 


680 


St. John 


744 


Santa Catharina 


685 


Barbadoes 


745 


San Paulo 


690 


Trinidad 


746 


Sergipe 


691 


Port of Spain 


750 


Ecuador (1830) 


695 


Tobago 


751 


Presidents 






752 


Quito 


700 


LATIN AMERICA (General) 


753 


Mount Cotopaxi 


701 


SOUTH AMERICA 


760 


Peru (1821) 


702 
703 


Colombia (1819) — 
New Grenada (1819-71) 


761 
762 


Incas 

Spanish Conquest by 
Pizarro 


704 
705 


Bolivar 
Colombia (1871) 


763 
764 

765 
770 
771 


Presidents of Republic 
Lima 


706 


Bogota 


Callao 


707 
708 


Panama (1903) 
Panama 


Bolivia 

Presidents 


710 


Venezuela (1830) 


772 


La Pas 


711 


Presidents 


773 


Sucre 


712 


Caracas 


775 


Potosi 


713 


Guianas 


780 


Paraguay (1811) 


714 


British Guiana 


781 


Presidents 


715 


Georgetown (Demerara) 


782 


Francia (1815-40) 


716 


Surinam (Dutch Guiana) 


783 


Asuncion 



233 



W800-953 History & Geog. CLASSIFICATION. Biog. & Heraldry XOOO-042 



W 

800 
801 

802 
803 
804 
805 
806 
807 
808 
809 
810 
811 
812 

813 
814 

815 
816 
817 
818 
819 
820 
821 
830 
831 

832 
833 
834 
835 
836 

837 
838 

840 
850 
860 

900 
910 
912 

913 
914 
920 
921 

950 
952 
953 



Argentina (La Plata) 

Presidents 
Provinces — 

Buenos Aires 

City of Buenos Aires 

Santa Fe 

Entre Rios 

Corrientes 

Rioja 

Catamarca 

San Juan 

Mendoza 

Cordova 

San Luis 

Santiago del Estero 

Tucuman 

Salta 

Jujuy 
Territories 
Patagonia 

Tierra del Fuego 

Straits of Magellan 

Cape Horn 
Chile (1810) 
Presidents 
Provinces — 

Santiago 
Valparaiso 

Concepcion 
Talca 



Uruguay 

Presidents 

Montevideo 
Andes Mountains 
Falkland Islands 

Juan Fernandez Island 

POLAR REGIONS 
Arctic Regions 

North Polar Expeditions 
North West Passage 
Franklin Searches 
Greenland 

— Danish 
Antarctic Regions 

South Polar Expeditions 
Kerguelen Island 



X— BIOGRAPHY AND HERALDRY. 

000 BIOGRAPHY (Including Corre- 

spondence and Criticism). 

Collective Biography 

001 Universal [Nos.) 

002 National (Divide by National 

003 Race {Divide by Language 

Nos.) 
Class Biography ( Collective only) 

004 Encyclopaedists 

005 Educationists 

006 Logicians 

007 Mathematicians 

008 Artists 

009 Engravers 

010 Photographers 
on Scientists 

012 Engineers 

013 Architects 

014 Military 

015 Naval 

016 Electricians 

017 Opticians 

018 Musicians 

019 Composers 

020 Violinists 

021 Organists 

022 Singers (Vocalists) 

023 Pianists 

024 Astronomers 

025 Geologists 

026 Chemists 

027 Biologists 

028 Zoologists 

029 Botanists 

030 Ethnologists 

031 Anatomists 

032 Physicians 

033 Surgeons 

034 Nurses 

035 Sportsmen 

036 Agriculturists 

037 Philosophers 

038 Theologians 

039 Clergy 

040 Lawyers 

041 Criminals 

042 Robbers. Highwaymen. 

Pirates 



234 



X043-084 Biog.& Heraldry CLASSIFICA TION. Biog.& Heraldry X085-131 



X 




X 




043 


Monarchs : Kings, Queens, 


085 


Tinctures 




Rulers 


086 


Heraldic Officers 


044 


Statesmen. Politicians 


087 


Heralds 


045 


Women 


088 


Pursuivants 


046 


Children 


089 


Colleges of Heralds 


047 


Commercial and Industrial 


090 


Courts of Chivalry 


048 


Philanthropists 


091 


Heralds Visitations 


049 


Philologists , 


092 


Family Heraldry 


_05Q_ 


Bibliographers & Librarians 


093 


Crests 


051 


Journalists 


094 


Badges 


052 


Publishers 


095 


Devices 


053 


Booksellers 


096 


Slogans. War Cries 


054 


Authors 


097 


Flags. Banners 


055 


Novelists 


099 


Titles of Honour 


056 


Poets 


100 


Dignities of Peers 


057 


Dramatists 


lOI 


Precedency 


058 


Actors 


102 


Peerages 


059 


Essayists 


103 


Princes 


060 


Historians 


104 


Dukes 


061 


Travellers and Geographers 


105 


Earls 


062 


Biographers 


106 


Counts 


063 


NobUity 


107 


Marquesses 


064 


Abnormals 


108 


Barons 


065 


Blind 


109 


Baronets 


066 


Deaf 


no 


Knights 


067 


Dumb 


III 


Knights Bannerets 


068 


Insane 


112 


Esquires 


069 


Other 


113 


Other Dignities 


070 


Eccentrics 


115 


Orders of Knighthood 


071 


Misers 


116 


Civil 


072 


Jesters. Fools 


117 


Ecclesiastical 


073 


Remarkable Characters 


118 


Military and Naval 


074 


Other Classes. {Get this 


119 


Chivalry 




number plus Class Nos. 


120 


British Orders [Table 




from Full or Categorical 


121 


Knights of the Round 




Tables) 


122 


Order of the Thistle 


075 


Genealogy and Family His- 




(St. Andrew) 




tory 


123 


Order of the Garter 


076 


Genealogy 


124 


Order of St. Patrick 


077 


Families, General 


125 


Order of the Bath 


078 


National 


126 


St. Michael and St.. 


079 


Individual 




George 


080 


Heraldry 


127 


Star of India 


081 


National {Divide by Na- 


128 


Order of the Guelphs 




tional Nos.) 


129 


Victoria and Albert 


082 


Armorials (Armories) 


130 


Order of the Indian 


083 


Accidence of Armory. 




Empire 




Blazonry 


131 


Order of the Crown of 


084 


Marks of Cadency 




India 



235 



X132-174Biog.& Heraldry CLASSIFICATION. Biog.& Heraldry X175-213 



X 




X 




132 


Distinguished Service 


175 


Spanish Orders 




Order 


176 


Calatrava 


133 


Imperial Service Order 


177 


St. James 


134 


Royal Victorian Order 


178 


Alcantara 


135 


British Decorations 


179 


Greek Orders 


136 


Victoria Cross 


180 


Servian Orders 


137 


Royal Red Cross 


181 


Turkish Orders 


138 


Austrian Orders 


182 


Persian Orders 


139 


Golden Fleece (Toison 


183 


Sun and Lion 




d'Or) 


184 


Siamese Orders 


140 


St. Stephen 


185 


Chinese and Japanese 


141 


Teutonic Knights 




Orders 


142 


French Orders 


186 


Double Dragon 


143 


Golden Shield and 


187 


Chrysanthemum 




Thistle 


188 


South American Orders and 


144 


Holy Vial 




Decorations 


145 


St. Louis 


189 


North American (U.S.) 


146 


St. Michael 




Orders and Decora- 


147 


Legion of Honour 




tions 


148 


German Orders 




General Orders — 


149 


St. Hubert 


190 


Knights of St. John of 


150 


St. George 




Jerusalem (Knights 


151 


Elisabeth 




Hospitallers. Knights 


^52 


Red Eagle 




of Malta 


153 


Black Eagle 


191 


Langues (Divide by Na- 


154 


Italian Orders 




tional Nos.)- 


155 


Annunziata 


192 


Revived English Order 


^56 


Crown of Italy 


193 


Knights Templars 


^57 


Pontifical Orders 


194 


Order of the Holy Ghost 


158 


Holy Sepulchre 


195 


Other Orders of Knight- 


159 


Russian Orders 


200 


Epitaphs [hood 


160 


St. Catherine 


201 


National 


161 


St. Vladimir 


202 


Special 


162 


St. Stanislas (Poland) 


203 


Family Registers 


163 


Danish Orders 


204 


Life Registers 


164 


Order of the Elephant 


205 


Confessional Albums 


165 


Dannebrog 


206 


Birthday Books 


166 


Swedish and Norwegian 

OrHpFQ 


207 
208 


Birthday Cards 
Visiting Cards 


167 
168 


\Jl\lXjIO 

Order of the Seraphim 


209 
210 


Invitation Cards 
Portraits {Subdivide by Cate- 


169 


V dod 

Belgian and Dutch Orders 




gorical or Biographical 
Subject or Class Nos.) 


170 


Order of Leopold 


211 


Universal Collections 


171 


Golden Lion 


212 


National — 


172 


Portuguese Orders 


213 


Class — 


173 


Order of Isabella 




(Individual Portraits take 


174 


St. James of Compos- 




Biographical or Sub- 




tello 




ject Nos.) 



236 



X215-220 Biog. & Heraldry CLA SSIFICA TION. 



Biography & Heraldry 



X 

215 

216 
220 



Autographs (Arrange by Bio- 
graphical Nos.) 

Sigillography (Seals) 

Directories, General 

{Other Directories go with 
Subjects, plus Cate- 
gorical " Directory " 
Nos.) 



Individual Biography (To he 

arranged according to 
the Combination Table 
following, in order of 
names of the persons 
written about, i.e., 
Lockhart's Life of Scott 
at Scott X780, not at 
LockhartX6ooi) 



TABLE FOR THE SUB-DIVISION OF SUBJECTS, AND THE 

ARRANGEMENT OF INDIVIDUAL BIOGRAPHY, FICTION, POETRY, 

DRAMA, ESSAYS AND OTHER ALPHABETIC CLASSES. 



Aa 


300 


Af 


305 


All 


3117 


Ab 


301 


Ag 


306 


Aim 


3118 


Aba 


3010 


Aga 


3060 


Alt 


3119 


Abb 


3011 


Agi 


3061 


Am 


312 


Abe 


3012 


Agn 


3062 


Ama 


3120 


Abd 


3013 


Ago 


3063 


Amb 


3121 


Abe 


3014 


Agr 


3064 


Ame 


3122 


Abi 


3015 


Agu 


3065 


Amh 


3123 


Abo 


3016 


Ah 


307 


Amm 


3124 


Abr 


3017 


Ahm 


3071 


Amn 


3125 


Abu 


3018 


Ai 


308 


Amo 


3126 


Ac 


302 


Aid 


3081 


Am.p 


3127 


Aca 


3020 


Aik 


3082 


Amy 


3128 


Ace 


3021 


Ail 


3083 


An 


313 


Aeh 


3022 


Aim 


3084 


Ana 


3130 


Ael 


3023 


Ain 


3085 


Anc 


3131 


Acq 


3024 


Aio 


3086 


And 


3132 


Act 


3025 


Air 


3087 


Ane 


3133 


Ad 


303 


Ait 


3088 


Ang 


3134 


Ada 


3030 


Aj 


309 


Ani 


3135 


Ade 


3031 


Ak 


310 


Ank 


3136 


Add 


3032 


Ake 


3101 


Ann 


3137 


Ade 


3033 


Aki 


3102 


Ans 


3138 


Adl 


3034 


Al 


311 


Ant 


3139 


Ado 


3035 


Ala 


3110 


Ao 


314 


Adr 


3036 


Alb 


3111 


Ap 


315 


Ae 


304 


Ale 


3112 


Apa 


3150 


Ael 


3041 


Aid 


3113 


Ape 


3151 


Aem 


3042 


Ale 


3114 


Api 


3152 


Aen 


3043 


Alf 


3115 


Apo 


3153 


Aes 


3044 


Ali 


3116 


App 


3154 



237 



Apu 3155 CLASSIFICATION. Ch 359 



Apu 


3155 


Bak 


3263 


Bos 


3406 


Aq 


316 


Bal 


3264 


Bot 


3407 


Ar 


317 


Ban 


3265 


Bow 


3408 


Ara 


3170 


Bar 


3266 


Boy 


3409 


Arc 


3171 


Bas 


3267 


Bp 


341 


Are 


3172 


Bat 


3268 


Bq 


342 


Arg 


3173 


Bau 


3269 


Br 


343 


Ari 


3174 


Bb 


327 


Bra 


3430 


Arm 


3175 


Be 


328 


Bre 


3432 


Arn 


3176 


Bd 


329 


Bri 


3433 


Arr 


3177 


Be 


330 


Bro 


3434 


Art 


3178 


Bea 


3300 


Bru 


3437 


Aru 


3179 


Bee 


3301 


Bry 


3439 


As 


318 


Bed 


3302 


Bs 


344 


Asc 


3181 


Bee 


3303 


Bt 


345 


Ash 


3182 


Beh 


3304 


Bu 


346 


Ask 


3183 


Bel 


3305 


Buc 


3461 


Ass 


3184 


Ben 


3306 


Bui 


3462 


Ast 


3185 


Bar 


3307 


Bun 


3463 


At 


319 


Bes 


3308 


Bur 


3464 


Ata 


3190 


Bet 


3309 


Bus 


3466 


Ath 


3191 


Bf 


331 


But 


3467 


Att 


3192 


Bg 


332 


Bux 


3468 


Au 


320 


Bh 


333 


Buy 


3469 


Aub 


3200 


Bi 


334 


Bv 


347 


Auc 


3201 


Bia 


3340 


Bw 


348 


Aud 


3202 


Bib 


3341 


Bx 


349 


Aue 


3203 


Bic 


3342 


By 


350 


Aug 


3204 


Bid 


3343 


Bz 


351 


Aul 


3205 


Bil 


3344 


Ca 


352 


Aum 


3206 


Bin 


3345 


Cad 


3521 


Aur 


3207 


Bir 


3346 


Cai 


3522 


Aus 


3208 


Bis 


3347 


Cal 


3523 


Aut 


3209 


Bit 


3348 


Cam 


3524 


Av 


321 


Bj 


335 


Can 


3525 


Ave 


3211 


Bk 


336 


Cap 


3526 


Avi 


3212 


BI 


337 


Car 


3527 


Avo 


3213 


Bla 


3370 


Cas 


3528 


Aw 


322 


Ble 


3372 


Cat 


3529 


Ax 


323 


Bli 


3373 


Cb 


353 


Ay 


324 


Bio 


3374 


Ce 


354 


Aya 


3240 


Blu 


3375 


Cd 


355 


Aye 


3241 


Bm 


338 


Ce 


356 


Ayl 


3242 


Bn 


339 


Cec 


3561 


Ayt 


3243 


Bo 


340 


Cel 


3562 


Az 


325 


Bod 


3401 


Cer 


3563 


Ba 


326 


Boi 


3402 


Ces 


3564 


Bab 


3260 


Bon 


3403 


Cf 


357 


Bac 


3261 


Boo 


3404 


Cg 


358 


Bai 


3262 


Bor 


3405 


Ch 


359 



238 



Cha3590 CLASSIFICATION. Ead 4041 



Cha 

Che 

Chi 

Cho 

Chr 

Chu 

Ci 

Cib 

Cid 

Cim 

Cin 

Cj 

Ck 

CI 

Cla 

Cle 

Cli 

Clo 

Clu 



Cn ■ 
Co 

Coc 
Col 
Com 



Cos 

Cot 



Cub 
Cud 
Cue 
Cul 



Cur 



3590 


Cus 


3727 


Dix 


3592 


Cut 


3728 


Dj 


3593 


Cuv 


3729 


Dk 


3594 


Cv 


373 


Dl 


3595 


Cw 


374 


Dm 


3596 


Cx 


375 


Dn 


360 


Cy 


376 


Do 


3600 


Cym 


3763 


Dob 


3601 


Cyp 


3764 


Dod 


3602 


Cyr 


3765 


Del 


3603 


Cz 


377 


Dom 


361 


Cza 


3770 


Don 


362 


Cze 


3771 


Dor 


363 


Da 


378 


Dou 


3630 


Dah 


3781 


Dov 


3633 


Dal 


3782 


Dow 


3635 


Dam 


3783 


Doy 


3637 


Dan 


3784 


Dp 


3638 


Dar 


3785 


Dq 


3639 


Das 


3786 


Dr 


364 


Dau 


3787 


Dra 


365 


Daw 


3788 


Dre 


366 


Day 


3789 


Dri 


3661 


Db 


379 


Dro 


3662 


Do 


380 


Dru 


3663 


Dd 


381 


Dry 


3664 


De 


382 


Ds 


3665 


Dea 


3820 


Dt 


3666 


Dec 


3821 


Du 


3667 


Del 


3822 


Dub 


3668 


Dem 


3823 


Due 


3669 


Den 


3824 


Dud 


367 


Der 


3825 


Duf 


368 


Des 


3826 


Dug 


369 


Det 


3827 


Dum 


3690 


Dev 


3828 


Dun 


3693 


Dew 


3829 


Dup 


3694 


Df 


383 


Dur 


3695 


Dg 


384 


Dut 


3696 


Dh 


385 


Dv 


370 


Di 


386 


Dw 


371 


Dia 


3860 


Dx 


372 


Dib 


3861 


Dy 


3720 


Die 


3862 


Dye 


3721 


Did 


3863 


Dye 


3722 


Die 


3864 


Dyk 


3723 


Dig 


3865 


Dym 


3724 


Dil 


3866 


Dz 


3725 


Dim 


3867 


Ea 


3726 


Die 


3868 


Ead 



3869 

387 

388 

389 

390 

391 

392 

3920 

3921 

3922 

3923 

3924 

3925 

3926 

3927 
3928 

3929 

393 

394 



Cly 3639 Das 3786 Dr 395 

Cm 364 Dau -^787 Dra 3^50 

3952 
3953 
3954 
3955 
3957 
Con 3664 De 382 Ds 396 

Coo 3665 Dea 3820 Dt 397 

Cor 3666 Dec 3821 Du 398 



3980 
3981 



Cou 3669 Den 3824 Dud 3982 

Cp 367 Der 3825 Duf 3983 

Cq 368 Des 3826 Dug 3984 

Cr 369 Det 3827 Dum 3985 

Cra 3690 Dev 3828 Dun 3986 

Cre 3693 Dew 3829 Dup 3987 
Cri 



Cro 3695 Dg 384 Dut 3989 

Cru 3696 Dh 385 Dv 399 

Cs 370 Di 386 Dw 400 

Ct 371 Dia 3860 Dx 401 

Cu 372 Dib 3861 Dy 402 



4021 
4022 
4023 
4024 



Cum 3724 Dil 3866 Dz 403 

Cun 372=i Dim 3867 Ea 404 



4041 



239 



Bag 4042 



CLASSIFICATION. Fov 4447 



Eag 


4042 


Ear 


4043 


Eas 


4044 


Eat 


4045 


Eb 


405 


Ebe 


4051 


Ec 


406 


Ech 


4061 


Eck 


4062 


Ed 


407 


Ede 


4071 


Edg 


4072 


Edi 


4073 


Edm 


4074 


Edo 


4075 


Edr 


4076 


Edw 


4077 


Ee 


408 


Ef 


409 


Eg 


410 


Ega 


4100 


Ege 


4101 


Egi 


4102 


Egm 


4103 


Eh 


411 


Ei 


412 


Eic 


4121 


Eif 


4122 


Ej 


413 


Ek 


414 


El 


415 


Eld 


4151 


Ele 


4152 


Eli 


4153 


Elk 


4154 


Ell 


4155 


Elm 


4156 


Elo 


4157 


Elp 


4158 


Els 


4159 


Em 


416 


Ema 


4160 


Emd 


4161 


Erne 


4162 


Emi 


4163 


Emm 


4164 


Emp 


4165 


En 


417 


Enc 


4171 


Engl 


4172 



Enn 


4173 


Eno 


4174 


Eo 


418 


Ep 


419 


Epa 


4190 


Epe 


4191 


Epi 


4192 


Eq 


420 


Er 


421 


Era 


4210 


Ere 


4211 


Eri 


4212 


Ern 


4213 


Err 


4214 


Ers 


4215 


Es 


422 


Esc 


4221 


Esp 


4222 


Esq 


4223 


Ess 


4224 


Est 


4225 


Et 


423 


Eth 


4231 


Ett 


4232 


Eu 


424 


Euc 


4241 


Eug 


4242 


Eul 


4243 


Eur 


4244 


Eus 


4245 


Eut 


4246 


Ev 


425 


Eva 


4250 


Eve 


4252 


Ew 


426 


Ewa 


4260 


Ewe 


4261 


Ewi 


4262 


Ex 


427 


Exe 


4271 


Exm 


4272 


Ey 


428 


Eye 


4281 


Eyr 


4282 


Eyt 


4283 


Ez 


429 


Fa 


430 


Fab 


4300 


Fac 


4301 


Fai 


4302 



Fal 


4303 


Fam 


4304 


Far 


4305 


Fas 


4306 


Fau 


4307 


Faw 


4308 


Fay 


4309 


Fb 


431 


Fc 


432 


Fd 


433 


Fe 


434 


Fea 


4340 


Fee 


4341 


Fel 


4342 


Fen 


4343 


Fer 


4344 


Fes 


4345- 


Fet 


434& 


Feu 


4347 


Ff 


435 


Fg 


436 


Fh 


437 


Fi 


438 


Fie 


4381 


Fie 


4382 


Field 


4383 


Fig 


4384 


Fil 


4385 


Fin 


4386 


Fir 


4387 


Fis 


4388 


Fit 


4389 


Fj 


439 


Fk 


m 


Fl 


441 


Fla 


4410 


Fie 


4411 


Fli 


4413 


Flo 


4415 


Flu 


4417 


Fm 


442 


Fn 


443 


Fo 


444 


Fol 


4441 


Fon 


4442 


For 


4443 


Eos 


4444 


Fot 


4445 


Fou 


4446 


Fov 


4447 



240 



Fow 4448 


Fow 


4448 


Fox 


4449 


Fp 


445 


Fq 


446 


Fr 


447 


Fra 


4470 


Fre 


4473 


Fri 


4475 


Fro 


4476 


Fru 


4478 


Fry 


4479 


Fs 


448 


Ft 


449 


Fu 


450 


Fuc 


4501 


Fue 


4502 


Ful 


4503 


Fum 


4504 


Fun 


4505 


Fur 


4506 


Fus 


4507 


Fut 


4508 


Fv 


451 


Fw 


452 


Fx 


453 


Fy 


454 


Fz 


455 


Ga 


456 


Gab 


4560 


Gad 


4561 


Gai 


4562 


Gal 


4563 


Gam 


4564 


Gar 


4565 


Gas 


4566 


Gat 


4567 


Gau 


4568 


Gay 


4569 


Gb 


457 


Go 


458 


Gd 


459 


Ge 


460 


Ged 


4601 


Gee 


4602 


Gei 


4603 


Gel 


4604 


Gen 


4605 


Geo 


4606 


Ger 


4607 


Gerard 


4608 



CLA SSIFICA TION. Hil 4904 



Ges 


4609 


Gf 


461 


Gg 


462 


Gh 


463 


Gha 


4630 


Ghe 


4631 


Ghi 


4632 


Gi 


464 


Gia 


4640 


Gib 


4641 


Gid 


4642 


Gie 


4643 


Gif 


4644 


Gil 


4645 


Gin 


4646 


Gio 


4647 


Gir 


4648 


Gj 


465 


Gk 


466 


Gl 


467 


Gla 


4670 


Gle 


4671 


Gli 


4672 


Glo 


4673 


Glu 


4674 


Gly 


4675 


Gm 


468 


Gn 


469 


Go 


470 


God 


4701 


Gol 


4702 


Gom 


4703 


Gon 


4704 


Goo 


4705 


Gor 


4706 


Gos 


4707 


Got 


4708 


Gou 


4709 


Gp 


471 


Gq 


472 


Gr 


473 


Gra 


4730 


Gre 


4731 


Gri 


4732 


Gro 


4733 


Gru 


4734 


Gry 


4735 


Gs 


474 


Gt 


475 


Gu 


476 



Gua 


4760 


Gue 


4761 


Gug 


4762 


Gui 


4763 


Gul 


4764 


Gun 


4765 


Gur 


4766 


Gus 


4767 


Gut 


4768 


Guy 


4769 


Gv 


477 


Gw 


478 


Gwi 


4781 


Gwy 


4783 


Gx 


479 


Gy 


480 


Gz 


481 


Ha 


482 


Hac 


4821 


Hal 


4822 


Ham 


4823 


Han 


4824 


Har 


4825 


Has 


4826 


Hat 


4827 


Haw 


4828 


Hay 


4829 


Hb 


483 


He 


484 


Hd 


485 


He 


486 


Hea 


4860 


Heb 


4861 


Hed 


4862 


Hei 


4863 


Hal 


4864 


Hen 


4865 


Her 


4866 


Hes 


4867 


Hew 


4868 


Hey 


4869 


Hf 


487 


Hg 


488 


Hh 


489 


Hi 


490 


Hib 


4900 


Hie 


4901 


Hie 


4902 


Hig 


4903 


Hil 


4904 



241 



Him 4905 

Him 4905 

Hin 4906 

Hip 4907 

Hir 4908 

Hit 4909 

Hi 491 

Hk 492 

HI 493 

Hm 494 

Hn 495 

Ho 496 

Hob 4960 

Hod 4961 

Hof 4962 

Hoi 4963 

Hoo 4964 

Hop 4965 

Hor 4966 

Hos 4967 

Hou 4968 

How 4969 

HP 497 

Hq 498 

Hr 499 

Hs 500 

Ht 501 

Hu 502 

Hub 5020 

Hud 5021 

Hue 5022 

Hug 5023 

Hul 5024 

Hum 5025 

Hun 5026 

Hur 5027 

Hut 5028 

Huy 5029 

Hv 503 

Hw 504 

Hx 505 

Hy 506 

Hz 507 

la 508 

lb 509 

Ic 510 

Id 511 

le 512 

If 513 

Ig 514 

Ih 515 



CLASSIFICATION. Kau 5607 



li 


516 


Ij 


517 


Ik 


518 


11 


519 


Im 


520 


In 


521 


Inc 


5211 


Ing 


5212 


Inn 


5213 


lo 


522 


Ip 


523 


Iq 


524 


Ir 


525 


Ire 


5251 


Iri 


5252 


Irv 


5253 


Is 


526 


Isa 


5260 


Isi 


5261 


Iso 


5262 


It 


527 


lu 


528 


Iv 


529 


Iw 


530 


Ix 


531 


ly 


532 


Iz 


533 


Ja 


534 


Jab 


5340 


Jac 


5341 


Jag 


5342 


J ah 


5343 


Jam 


5344 


Jan 


5345 


Jap 


5346 


Jar 


5347 


J as 


5348 


Jay 


5349 


Jb 


535 


Jc 


536 


Jd 


537 


Je 


538 


Jeb 


5381 


Jee 


5382 


Jef 


5383 


Jel 


5384 


Jen 


5385 


Jer 


5386 


Jes 


5387 


Jev 


5388 



Jew 


5389 


Jf 


539 


Jg 


540 


Jh 


541 


Ji 


542 


Jj 


543 


Jk 


544 


Jl 


545 


Jm 


546 


Jn 


547 


Jo 


548 


Joa 


5480 


Joe 


5481 


Joh 


5482 


Joi 


5483 


Jol 


5484 


Jon 


5485 


Jor 


5486 


Jos 


5487 


Jou 


5488 


Jow 


5489 


Jp 


549 


Jq 


550 


Jr 


551 


Js 


552 


Jt 


553 


Ju 


554 


Jub 


5540 


Jud 


5541 


Jug 


5542 


Juk 


5543 


Jul 


5544 


J urn 


5545 


Jun 


5546 


Jur 


5547 


Jus 


5548 


Juv 


5549 


Jv 


555 


Jw 


556 


Jx 


557 


Jy 


558 


Jz 


5§9 


Ka 


560 


Kal 


5601 


Kam 


5602 


Kan 


5603 


Kar 


5604 


Kas 


5605 


Kat 


5606 


Kau 


5607 



242 



Kav 5608 CLA SSIFICA TION. 

Kav 
Kay 
Kb 
Ko 

Kd 
Ke 

Kea 

Kee 

Kei 

Kel 

Kem 

Ken 

Ker 

Kes 

Ket 

Key 

Kf 

Kg 

Kh 

Hi 

Kid 

Kie 

Kil 

Kim 

Kin 

Kip 

Kir 

Kis 

Kit 

Kj 

Kk 

Kl 

Kla 

Kle 

Kli 

Klo 

Klu 

Km 

Kn 

Kna 

Kne 

Kni 

Kno 

Knu 

Ko 

Koc 

Koh 

Ko] 

Kon 

Kor 

243 



5608 


Kos 


5746 


5609 


Kot 


5747 


561 


Kov 


5748 


562 


Kp 


575 


563 


Kq 


576 


564 


Kr 


577 


5640 


Kra 


5770 


5641 


Kre 


5771 


5642 


Kri 


5772 


5643 


Kro 


5773 


5644 


Kru 


5774 


5645 


Ks 


578 


5646 


Kt 


679 


5647 


Ku 


580 


5648 


Kub 


5800 


5649 


Kuc 


5801 


565 


Kue 


5802 


566 


Kuf 


5803 


567 


Kug 


5804 


568 


Kuh 


5805 


=^681 


Kum 


5806 


5682 


Kun 


5807 


5683 


Kur 


5808 


5684 


Kut 


5809 


5685 


Kv 


581 


5686 


Kw 


582 


5687 


Kx 


583 


5688 


Ky 


584 


5689 


Kya 


5840 


569 


Kyd 


5841 


570 


Kyn 


5842 


571 


Kyr 


5843 


5710 


Kz 


585 


5711 


La 


586 


5712 


Lab 


5860 


5713 


Lac 


5861 


5714 


Lai 


5862 


572 


Lam 


5863 


573 


Lan 


5864 


5730 


Lat 


5865 


5731 


Las 


5866 


5732 


Lau 


5867 


5733 


Lav 


5868 


5734 


Law 


5869 


574 


Lb 


587 


5741 


Lc 


588 


5742 


Ld 


589 


5743 


Le 


590 


5744 


Lea 


5900 


5745 


Lee 


5901 



Lum 6065 


Lee 


5902 


Leg 


5903 


Lei 


5904 


Lem 


5905 


Len 


5906 


Leo 


5907 


Les 


5908 


Lew 


5909 


Lf 


591 


Lg 


592 


Lh 


593 


Li 


594 


Lib 


5940 


Lid 


5941 


Lie 


5942 


Lig 


5943 


Lil 


5944 


Lin 


5945 


Lip 


5946 


Lis 


5947 


Lit 


5948 


Liv 


5949 


Lj 


595 


Lk 


596 


LI 


597 


Lm 


598 


Ln 


599 


Lo 


600 


Lob 


6000 


Loc 


6001 


Lod 


6002 


Lof 


6003 


Log 


6004 


Lon 


6005 


Lor 


6006 


Lot 


6007 


Lou 


6008 


Low 


600Q 


Lp 


601' 


Lq 


602 


Lr 


603 


Ls 


604 


Lt 


605 


Lu 


606 


Lub 


6060 


Luc 


6061 


Lud 


6062 


Lulc 


6063 


Lul 


6064 


Lum 


6065 



Lun 6066 


) 


Lun 


6066 


Lup 


6067 


Lus 


6068 


Lut 


6069 


Lv 


607 


Lw 


608 


Lx 


609 


Ly 


610 


Lya 


6100 


Lye 


6101 


Lyd 


6102. 


Lye 


6103 


Lyn 


6104 


Lys 


6105 


Lyt 


6106 


Lz 


611 


Ma 


612 


Mab 


6120 


Mac A 


613 


— B 


614 


— C 


615 


— D 


616 


— E 


617 


— F 


618 


— G 


619 


— H 


620 


— I 


621 


— K 


622 


— L 


623 


— M 


624 


— N 


625 


— 


626 


— P 


627 


- Q 


628 


— R 


629 


— S 


630 


— T 


631 


— V^ 


' 632 


Mad 


633 


Mag 


6330 


Mah 


6331 


Mai 


6332 


Mai 


6333 


Man 


6334 


Mar 


6335 


Mas 


6336 


Mat 


6337 


Mau 


6338 


May 


6339 


Mb 


634 



CLASSIFICATION. Nim 6674 

Mc 635 Muk 6533 

Md 636 Mul 6534 

Me 637 Mum 6535 

Mea 6370 Mun 6536 

Med 6371 Mur 6537 

Mei 6372 Mus 6538 

Mel 6373 Mut 6539 

Men 6374 Mv 654 

Mer 6375 Mw 655 

Mes 6376 MX 656 

Met 6377 My 657 

Men 6378 Myd 6571 

Mey 6379 Mye 6572 

Mf 638 Myl 6573 

Mg 639 Myt 6574 

Mh 640 Mz 658 

Mi 641 Na 659 

Mia 6410 Nab 6590 

Mic 6411 Nad 6591 

Mid 6412 Nah 6592 

Mig 6413 Nai 6593 

Mil 6414 Nan 6594 

Min 6415 Nap 6595 

Mir 6416 Nar 6596 

Mis 6417 Nas 6597 

Mit 6418 Nau 6598 

Miv 6419 Nav 6599 

Mi 642 Nb 660 

Mk 643 Nc 661 

Ml 644 Nd 662 

Mm 645 Ne 663 

Mn 646 Nea 6630 

Mo 647 Nee 6631 

Mof 6471 Neg 6632 

Mol 6472 Nei 6633 

Mon 6473 . Nel 6634 

Moo 6474 Nep 6635 

Mor 6475 Ner 6636 

Mos 6476 Nes 6637 

Mot 6477 Nev 6638 

Mou 6478 New 6639 

Moz 6479 Nf 664 

Mp 648 Ng 665 

Mq 649 Nh 666 

Mr 650 Nl 667 

Ms 651 Nib 6670 

Mt 652 Nic 6671 

Mu 653 Nie 6672 

Mud 6531 Nil 6673 

Mug 6532 Nim 6674 

244 



Nin 6675 CLASSIFICATION. 



Pe 715 



Nin 6675 ^v. uoy4 ^n 7024 

Nip 6676 Od 688 Orl ^nJ 

Nir 6677 

Nit 6678 



7025 
7026 
:::- ""/- ^"" uoo:i uro 7027 

Niv 6679 Oe 689 Orr 7028 

Nj 668 



Nk 669 

Nl 670 

Nm 671 

Nn 672 

No 673 

Noa 6730 



Nob 6731 Ogr 6914 Osm 7035 



Nod 6732 

Noe 6733 

Nol 6734 

Non 6735 



Nor 6736 Oi 693 Ot 704^ 

Nos 6737 0] 694 0th 7041 

Nov 6738 Ok 695 Oti 7042 

Noy 6739 Oke 6951 Ott 7043 



Np 674 



Nq 675 01 696 Ou 705 

Nr 676 



Oa 685 



Oe 687 



Oct 


6874 


Ori 


Od 


688 


Orl 


Ode 


6881 


Orm 


Odo 


6883 


Ore 


Oe 


689 


Orr 


Oeh 


6891 


Ort 


Oet 


6893 


Os 


Of 


690 


Osa 


Og 


691 


Osb 


Ogi 


6911 


Osc 


Ogl 


6912 


Osh 


Ogo 


6913 


Osl 


Ogr 


6914 


Osm 


Oh 


692 


Oss 


Oha 


6920 


Ost 


Ohm 


6921 


Osu 


Ohn 


6922 


Osw 


Oi 


693 


Ot 


0] 


694 


0th 


Ok 


695 


Oti 


Oke 


6951 


Ott 


Oku 


6953 


Otw 


01 


696 


Ou 


Ola 


6960 


Oui 


Olc 


6961 


Oul 


Old 


6962 


Ous 


OH 


6963 


Out 


on 


6964 


Ov 


01m 


6965 


Ove 


Oln 


6966 


Ovi 


Olp 


6967 


Ow 


01s 


6968 


Owe 


Om 


697 


Ox 


Oma 


6970 


Oy 


Ome 


6971 


Oz 


0mm 


6972 


Pa 


Omo 


6973 


Pab 


On 


698 


Pac 


One 


6981 


Pag 


0ns 


6983 


Pai 


Oo 


699 


Pal 


Op 


700 


Par 


Opi 


7000 


Pas 


Opp 


7001 


Pat 


Oq 


701 


Pau 


Or 


702 


Pay 


Ora 


7020 


Pb 


Ore 


7021 


Pc 


Ord 


7022 


Pd 


Ore 


7023 


Pe 



7028 

7029 

703 

7030 

7031 

7032 

7033 

7034 



7036 

7037 
7038 

7039 



7044 



7051 
7052 

7053 
7054 



Ns 677 

Nt 678 

Nu 679 

Nug 6791 on 6964 Ov 706"" 

Num 6792 01m 6965 Ove 7061 

Nun 6793 Oln 6966 Ovi 7062 

Nur 6794 Olp 6967 Ow 707 

Nus 6795 01s 6968 Owe 7071 

Nut 6796 Om 697 Ox 708 

Nv 680 Oma 6970 Oy 709 

Nw 681 Ome 6971 Oz 710 

Nx 682 0mm 6972 Pa 711 

Ny 683 Omo 6973 Pab 7110 

Nz 684 On 698 Pac 7111 



7112 



Oak 6851 0ns 6983 Pai 7113 

Oat 6853 Oo 699 Pal 7114 

Ob 686 Op 700 Par 7115 

Oba 6860 Opi 7000 Pas 7116 

Obe 6861 Opp 7001 Pat 7117 

Obr 6862 Oq 701 Pau 7118 



7119 



Oca 6870 Ora 7020 Pb 712 

Occ 6871 Ore 7021 Pc 713 

Och 6872 Ord 7022 Pd 714 

Oco 6873 Ore 7023 Pe 715 

245 



Pea 7150 


Pea 


7150 


Ped 


7151 


Pee 


7152 


Pei 


7153 


Pel 


7154 


Pem 


7155 


Pen 


7156 


Pep 


7157 


Per 


7158 


Pet 


7159 


Pf 


716 


Pg 


717 


Ph 


718 


Pha 


7180 


Phe 


7181 


Phi 


7182 


Pho 


7183 


Pbr 


7184 


Pi 


719 


Pic 


7191 


Pie 


7192 


Pig 


7193 


Pik 


7194 


Pil 


7195 


Pin 


7196 


Pir 


7197 


Pit 


7198 


Pj 


720 


Pk 


721 


PI 


722 


Pla 


7220 


Pie 


7221 


Pli 


7222 


Plo 


7223 


Plu 


7224 


Ply 


7225 


Pm 


723 


Pn 


724 


Po 


725 


Poe 


7251 


Pol 


7252 


Pon 


7253 


Poo 


7254 


Pop 


7255 


Per 


7256 


Pot 


7257 


Pou 


7258 


Pow 


7259 


Pp 


726 


Pq 


727 



CLASSIFICATION. Ruf 7583 



Rei 7424 

Rem 7425 

Ren 7426 

Res 7427 

Reu 7428 

Rey 7429 

Rf 743 

Rg 744 

Rh 745 

Rha 7450 

Rhe 7451 

Rhi 7452 

Rho 7453 

Rhy 7454 

Ri 746 

Rib 7461 

Ric 7462 

Rid 7463 

Rig 7464 

Ril 7465 

Rin 7466 

Rip 7467 

Rit 7468 

Riv 7469 

Rj 747 

Rk 748 

Rl 749 

Rm 750 

Rn 751 

Ro 752 

Rob 7520 

Roc 7521 

Rod 7522 

Rog 7523 

Rol 7524 

Roo 7525 

Ros 7526 

Ron 7527 

Row 7528 

Roy 7529 

Rp 753 

Rq 754 

Rr 755 

Rs 756 

Rt 757 

Ru 758 

Rub 7580 

Rue 7581 

Rud 7582 

Ruf 7583 



Pr 


728 


Pra 


7280 


Pre 


7281 


Pri 


7282 


Pro 


7283 


Pru 


7284 


Pry 


7285 


Ps 


729 


Pt 


730 


Pu 


731 


Puc 


7311 


Pug 


7312 


Pul 


7313 


Pun 


7314 


Pur 


7315 


Pus 


7316 


Put 


7317 


Puv 


7318 


Pux 


7319 


Pv 


732 


Pw 


733 


Px 


734 


Py 


735 


Pye 


7351 


Pym 


7352 


Pyn 


7353 


Pz 


736 


Qu 


737 


Qua 


7370 


Que 


7d,7^ 


Qui 


7372 


Ra 


738 


Rab 


7380 


Rad 


7381 


Rai 


7382 


Ral 


7383 


Ram 


7384 


Ran 


7385 


Rap 


7386 


Rat 


7387 


Rav 


7388 


Raw 


7389 


Rb 


739 


Re 


740 


Rd 


741 


Re 


742 


Rea 


7420 


Red 


7421 


Ree 


7422 


Reg 


7423 



246 



Rug 7584- CLASSIFICATION. Syl 8034 



Rug 


7584 


Rui 


7585 


Rum 


7586 


Run 


7587 


Rus 


7588 


Rut 


7589 


Rv 


759 


Rw 


760 


Rx 


761 


Ry 


762 


Rya 


7620 


Rye 


7621 


Rye 


7622 


Ryl 


7623 


Rym 


7624 


Ryn 


7625 


Rys 


7626 


Rz 


763 


Sa 


764 


Sac 


7641 


Sad 


7642 


Sai 


7643 


Sal 


7644 


Sam 


7645 


San 


7646 


Sar 


7647 


Sav 


7648 


Saw 


7649 


Sb 


765 


Sc 


766 


Sea 


7660 


Sch 


767 


Scha 


768 


Sche 


769 


Schi 


770 


Schl 


771 


Schm 


772 


Schn 


773 


Scho 


774 


Schr 


775 


Schu 


776 


Schw 


777 


Sci 


778 


Scl 


7780 


Seo 


780 


Scr 


781 


Seu 


7810 


Sd 


782 


Se 


783 


Sea 


78^0 



Seb 


7831 


Sed 


7832 


See 


7833 


Sel 


7834 


Sen 


7835 


Ser 


7836 


Set 


7837 


Sew 


7838 


Sey 


7830 


Sf 


784 


Sg 


785 


Sh 


786 


Sha 


7860 


She 


7861 


Shi 


7862 


Sho 


7863 


Shu 


7864 


Si 


787 


Sib 


7870 


Sic 


7871 


Sid 


7872 


Sie 


7873 


Sig 


7874 


Sil 


7875 


Sim 


7876 


Sin 


7877 


Sit 


7878 


Siv 


7879 


Sj 


788 


Sk 


789 


Ske 


7891 


Ski 


7892 


SI 


790 


Sla 


7900 


Sle 


7901 


Sli 


7902 


Slo 


7903 


Sly 


7905 


Sm 


791 


Sma 


7910 


Sme 


7911 


Smi 


7912 


Smo 


7913 


Smu 


7914 


Smy 


7915 


Sn 


792 


Sna 


7920 


Sne 


7921 


Sni 


7922 


Sno 


7923 



Snu 


7924 


So 


793 


Soa 


7930 


Sod 


7931 


Soi 


7932 


Sol 


7933 


Som 


7934 


Son 


7935 


Sor 


7936 


Sou 


7937 


Sow 


7938 


Sp 


794 


Spa 


7940 


Spe 


7941 


Spi 


7942 


Spo 


7943 


Spr 


7944 


Spu 


7945 


Sq 


795 


Sr 


796 


Ss 


797 


St 


798 


Sta 


7980 


Ste 


7981 


Sti 


7982 


Sto 


7983 


Str 


7984 


Stu 


7985 


Sty 


7986 


Su 


799 


Sue 


7991 


Sud 


7992 


Suf 


7993 


Sug 


7994 


Sul 


7995 


Sum 


7996 


Sun 


7997 


Sur 


7998 


Sut 


7999 


Sv 


800 


Sw 


801 


Swa 


8010 


Swe 


8011 


Swi 


8012 


Sx 


802 


Sy 


803 


Syd 


8031 


Sye 


8032 


Syk 


8033 


Syl 


8034 



247 



Sym 8035 



Sym 


8035 


Syn 


8036 


Syr 


8037 


Sz 


804 


Ta 


805 


Tab 


8050 


Tag 


8051 


Tai 


8052 


Tal 


8053 


Tan 


8054 


Tar 


8055 


Tas 


8056 


Tat 


8057 


Tau 


8058 


Tay 


8059 


Tb 


806 


Te 


807 


Td 


808 


Te 


809 


Tea 


8090 


Tec 


8091 


Ted 


8092 


Tee 


8093 


Teg 


8094 


Tei 


8095 


Tern 


8096 


Ten 


8097 


Ter 


8098 


Tes 


8099 


Tf 


810 


Tg 


811 


Th 


812 


Tha 


8120 


The 


8121 


Thi 


8122 


Tho 


8123 


Thr 


8124 


Thu 


8125 


Thy 


8126 


Ti 


813 


Tib 


8130 


Tic 


8131 


Tid 


8132 


Tie- 


8133 


Tig 


8134 


Til 


8135 


Tim 


8136 


Tin 


8137 


Tis 


8138 


Tit 


8139 



CLA SSI PICA TION. Vet 8617 

Tys 8296 

Tyt 8297 

Tz 830 

Ua 831 

Ub 833 

Uc 833 

Ud 834 

Ue 835 

Uf 836 

Ug 837 

Uh 838 

Ui 839 

Uj 840 

Uk 841 

Ul 842 

Um 843 

Un 844 

Und 8440 

Uo 845 

Up 846 

Upc 8461 

Upt 8462 

Uq 847 

Ur 848 

Us 849 

Ut 850 

Uu 851 

Uv 852 

Uw 853 

Ux 854 

Uy 855 

Uz 856 

Va 857 

Vac 8571 

Val 8572 

Van 8573 

Vap 8574 

Vau 8575 

Vav 8576 

Vb 858 

Ve 859 

Vd 860 

Ve 861 

Ved 8611 

Veg 8612 

Vel 8613 

Ven 8614 

Ver 8615 

Ves 8616 

Vet 8617 

248 



Tj 


814 


Tk 


815 


Tl 


816 


Tm 


817 


Tn 


818 


To 


819 


Tob 


8190 


Tod 


8191 


Tol 


8192 


Tom 


8193 


Ton 


8194 


Too 


8195 


Top 


8196 


Tor 


8197 


Tot 


8198 


Tow 


8199 


Tp 


820 


Tq 


821 


Tr 


822 


Tra 


8220 


Tre 


8221 


Tri 


8222 


Tro 


8223 


Tru 


8224 


Ts 


823 


Tt 


824 


Tu 


825 


Tuc 


8251 


Tud 


8252 


Tuf 


8253 


Tul 


8254 


Tun 


8255 


Tup 


8256 


Tur 


8257 


Tus 


8258 


Tut 


8259 


Tv 


826 


Tw 


827 


Twa 


8270 


Twe 


8271 


Twi 


8272 


Two 


8273 


Twy 


8273 


Tx 


828 


Ty 


829 


Tye 


8291 


Tyl 


8292 


Tym 


8293 


Tyn 


8294 


Tyr 


8295 



V{ 862 CLASSIFICATION. Yy 937 

Vf 
Vg 
Vh 
Vi 

Via 

Vic 

Vig 

VU 

Vin 

Vir 

Vit 

Viv 

Vj 

Vk 

VI 

Vm 

Vn 

Vo 

Vog 

Vol 

Von 

Vor 

Voy 

Vp 

Vq 

Vr 

Vs 

Vt 

Vu 

Vv 

Vw 

Vx 

Vy 

Vz 

Wa 

Wac 

Wad 

Wag 

VV^ai 

Wal 

Wan 

War 

Wat 

Wau 

Wb 

Wc 

Wd 

We 

Wea 

Web 

249 



862 


Wed 


8872 


Ww 


905 


863 


Wei 


8873 


Wx 


906 


864 


Wei 


8874 


Wy 


907 


865 


Wen 


8875 


Wya 


9070 


8650 


War 


8876 


Wye 


9071 


8651 


Wes 


8877 


Wyl 


9072 


8652 


Wet 


8878 


Wym 


9073 


8653 


Wey 


8879 


Wyn 


9074 


8654 


Wf 


888 


Xa 


908 


8655 


Wg 


889 


Xe 


909 


8656 


Wh 


890 


Xi 


910 


8657 


Wha 


8900 


Xo 


911 


866 


Whe 


8901 


Xu 


912 


867 


Whi 


8902 


Xy 


913 


868 


Who 


8903 


Ya 


914 


869 


Why 


8904 


Yal 


9141 


870 


Wi 


891 


Yap 


9142 


871 


Wic 


8911 


Yar 


9143 


8711 


Wid 


8912 


Yat 


9144 


8712 


Wie 


8913 


Yb 


915 


8713 


Wig 


8914 


Ye 


916 


8714 


Wil 


8915 


Yd 


917 


8715 


Win 


8916 


Ye 


918 


872 


Wir 


8917 


Yea 


9180 


873 


Wis 


8918 


Yel 


9181 


874 


Wit 


8919 


Yeo 


9182 


875 


Wj 


892 


Yer 


9183 


876 


Wk 


893 


Yf 


919 


877 


Wl 


894 


Yg 


920 


878 


Wm 


895 


Yh 


921 


879 


Wn 


896 


Yi 


922 


880 


Wo 


897 


Yj 


923 


881 


Wod 


8971 


Yk 


924 


882 


Wol 


8972 


Yl 


925 


883 


Worn 


8973 


Ym 


926 


8831 


Won 


8974 


Yn 


927 


8832 


Woo 


8975 


Yo 


928 


8833 


Wor 


8976 


Yon 


9282 


8834 


Wot 


8977 


Yor 


9283 


8835 


Wp 


898 


You 


9284 


8836 


Wq 


899 


Yox 


9285 


8837 


Wr 


900 


Yp 


929 


8838 


Wra 


9000 


Yq 


930 


8839 


Wre 


9001 


Yr 


931 


884 


Wri 


9002 


Ys 


932 


885 


Wro 


9003 


Yt 


933 


886 


Ws 


901 


Yu 


934 


887 


Wt 


902 


Yv 


935 


8870 


Wu 


903 


Yw 


936 


8871 


Wv 


904 


Yy 


937 



Yz938 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Zw945 



Yz 


938 


Zi 


941 


Zor 


9425 


Za 


939 


Zie 


941 1 


Zos 


9426 


Zan 


9393 


Zim 


9412 


Zs 


943 


Zav 


9394 


Zin 


9413 


Zu 


944 


Ze 


940 


Zis 


9414 


Zuc 


9441 


Zea 


9400 


Zo 


942 


Zuk 


9442 


Zee 


9401 


Zoe 


9421 


Zum 


9443 


Zed 


9402 


Zoh 


9422 


Zup 


9444 


Zel 


9403 


Zof 


9423 


Zuv 


9445 


Zen 


9404 


Zol 


9424 


Zw 


945 


Zeu 


9405 











In using this Table for marking books in small libraries, the two-letter 
combinations will be found ample for all practical purposes. A series of 
Authors in Fiction or Poetry, or of Subjects in Biography, would be marked 
and distinguished as shown on the left of the names below : — 



352 


Cable 


352337 


363 


Clark 


363317 




Cade 


352382 




Clemens 


363416 


356 


Cervantes 


356759 


366 


Collins 


366567 




Cettinge 


356824 




Cosway 


366801 


359 


Chambers 


359312 


369 


Crawford 


369322 




Chubb 


359832 




Crimp 


369520 



If greater subdivision is required, this can be obtained by combining 
the two-letter numbers, as shown on the right of the names above. To 
mark books in large libraries the three-letter combinations should be used, 
as they provide for most ordinary biographical names. In cases where 
no provision is made for certain alphabetical combinations of three letters, 
the numbers are to be treated as decimals, so that, as a rule, ten or more 
new numbers can be inserted, if necessary, between each of the existing 
numbers. The examples following show this clearly, the numbers on 
the left bemg the ordinary symools for three-letter combinations, while 
those on the right show how additional combinations and their numbers 
can be inserted : — 





Cable 


3520 


3600 


Ciba 




Caccini 


35200 




Cicci 


3521 


Cade 




3630 


Clark 


3563 


Cervantes 




3633 


Clemens 


3564 


Cessio 




3635 


Clibborn 




Cettinge 


35640 


3637 


Clown 


3590 


Chambers 




3638 


Cluse 


3592 


Cheesewright 




3662 


CoUins 


3593 


Chichane 




3663 


Comerford 




Chladni 


35933 


3664 


Connie 


3594 


Chore 




3665 


Coote 


3596 


Chubb 






Cope 




Chyle 


35963 




Coquelin 


360 


Ciaca 









36000 



36650 
36651 



250 



CLASSIFICATION. 

The main advantages of this scheme are that it gives a constant place 
for any kind of alphabetical combination ; it insures perfect numerical 
and alphabetical order : in many cases the numerical symbol is less lengthy 
than the full names, and it provides for the needs of any kind of library. 
The disadvantages of all previous schemes have been their merely partial 
character, and the impossibility of determining exactly how a new name 
was to be marked. This fixed place Table will doubtless satisfy those who 
prefer that alphabetical combinations should be translated into a numerical 
progression, but at best, as already stated in the Introduction, the method 
is a makeshift one, which, in a great many cases, is unnecessary. 



2^1 



Aac-Abn 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Abn-Acc 



Index. 



Aachen 


S772 


Abnormals, Human 


Aalborg 


T551 


Abo 


Aalst 


T317 


Abo-Bjorneborg 


Aarau 


S554 


Abode of Love 


Aardvarks 


F722 


Aborigines 


Aargau Canton 


S553 


Abortion (Human) 


Aarhuus 


T555 


— (Plant) 


Abacus 


A419 


Abrasions 


Abattoirs 


I895 


Abraxas 


Abba (Egypt) 


O439 


Abridging 


Abbas I. (Persia) 


P955 


Abruzzi 


— II. — 


P957 


Abscesses 


— III. — 


P963 


Absent-mindedness 


Abbas Hilmi (Egypt) 


O443 


Absenteeism 


Abbisides 


Q268 


Absinthe 


Abbesses 


J922 


Absolute Monarchy 


Abbeville 


R225 


Absolution 


Abbeys 


J85Q 


Absorption (Biol.) 


Abbots 


J921 


Absorption, Light 


Abbreviations 


M016 


Abstinence (Food) 


Abdication 


L403 


— (Drink) 


Abdomen 


H130 


Abstracting 


Abdominal Aorta 


H025 


Abstraction 


— Viscera 


H127 


Abubeker, Caliph 


Abduction 


L618 


Abyssinia 


Abdul-Aziz (Turkey) 


Q086 


— Church 


Abdul-Hamid I. 


Q081 


Acacias 


— II. 


Q088 


Academies 


Abdul Medjid 


Q085 


Academy, New 


Abecedarians 


K721 


— Old 


Abeokuta 


O828 


Acadia 


Aberavon 


U282 


Acanthacese 


Aberdeen 


V171 


Acanthocephala 


Aberdeenshire 


V170 


Acanthopteri 


Abergavenny 


U668 


Acanthus 


Aberystwith 


U260 


Acarina 


Abietineae 


E311 


Acarnania 


Abingdon 


U732 


Accadian Language 


Abiogenesis 


E062 


Accadians 


Abjuration, Oath 


V560 


Accent, Musical 


Ablative 


M425 


Accidence 


Ablaut 


M035 


Accidence (Armory) 


Abnormalities 


E054 


Accident-Insurance 


Abnormals (Biog.) 


X064 


Accidents 



G366 
S203 

S202 

K963 

G047 

H38I 

EI24 

H58I 

J523 
MI62 
Q9I0 

G336 
JI62 
L76I 

I839 

L2I0 

J623 

E033 

CI07 
HI07 

G787 
MI62 

J 160 
Q266 
05IO 
K448 
E6II 

AI60 

J328 

J32I 

W066 
E908 
FI47 
F454 

E909 
F292 

Q366 

M302 

O038 

C42I 
M02I 

X083 
L977 

A440 



252 



Ace-Acu 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Acu-Adv 



Acclimatisation 


E081 


Acupuncture 


Accommodation (Eye) 


G821 


Adam and Eve 


Accompaniments 


C515 


Adams. John (U. S.) 


Accomplices 


L526 


— John Quincey (U. S. 


Accordion 


C717 


Adana 


Accountancy 


A471 


Addison's Disease 


Accountants 


A471 


Addition 


Accounts 


A470 


Addressing Machines 


Accoutrements 


B934 


Adelaide 


Accrington 


U477 


Aden 


Acephala 


F207 


Adhesion 


Aceracese 


E693 


Adhesives 


Acerata 


F274 


A.dirondacks 


Acetic Acid 


D851 


Adjectives 


Acetylene Gas 


D922 


Adjustability 


Achaeta 


F157 


Adjutants 


Achaia 


Q371 


Administration (Central) 


Achaian League 


Q371 


Administration (General) 


Achenes 


E141 


— State 


Achinese Language 


M366 


Administrators (Wills) 


Achromatism 


C106 


Admirals 


Acids 


D850 


Admiralty 


Acne 


H406 


— Courts 


Acology 


G500 


Admiralty Islands 


Aconite 


E528 


Adobe 


A9ores 


R960 


Adolescence 


Acoustics 


C300 


Adolf-Frederick (Sweden) 


Acquired Disease 


G304 


Adolf Luxemburg 


Acquittal 


L529 


— (H.R.E.) 


Acre 


Q216 


Adoption 


Acrididae 


F305 


Adowa 


Acrobatics 


H736 


Adoxaceae 


Acrobats 


H737 


Adrian I. (Pope) 


Acrostics 


H957 


— II. — 


Actinetaria 


F075 


— III. — 


Acting 


N240 


— IV. — 


Actinism 


C112 


— V. — 


Actinometry 


C112 


— VI. — 


Actinopoda 


F191 


Adrianople 


Actinozoa 


F120 


Adriatic Sea 


Actions, Forme pauperis 


L533 


Adulterations 


Actions at Law 


L530 


Adultery 


— Limitation 


L532 


Ad valorem duty 


Actors (Biography) 


X058 


Advent 


— (Profession) 


N247 


Advent Christian Church 


Acts of Parliament 


L307 


— (Second) 


Acts of the Apostles 


K211 


Adventures 


Actuaries 


L988 


Adverbs 


Aculeata 


F343 


Advertisements. 


Acupressure 


H027 


Advertising 



G572 
KI27 
WII7 

WI22 

QI48 

Hooc> 
A408 
M826 
P035 

Q294 
B012 
Dq52 
W241 
M026 
B107 
B863 
L300. 

L135 
L263, 

L787 
B813, 
B810. 

L457 
P183. 
B324. 
G022 
T820. 

T384 
S641 
G114. 

O517 
E924 
Q667 
Q674 
Q674 
Q683 
Q692 
Q722 
Q105 
Q985 
D734 
G073 
L919 

J727 
K950 

K313 
O007 
M027 
L860 
L860. 



253 



Adv-Aga 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Aga-Aka 



Advocate, Lord 


L446 


Agathon, St. (Pope) 


Q663 


Advocates 


L484 


Age, Old 


G024 


Advowsons J895, K750 


Agen 


R297 


Aedan 


U213 


Agencies 


L836 


jEgean Sea 


Q395 


Agents, House 


L716 


^gina 


Q363 


Age of Communes (Italy) 


Q635 


iEgina, Gulf 


Q364 


— Despots — 


Q636 


jEmilianus (Rome) 


Q562 


— Invasions — 


Q637 


jEolian Harp 


C627 


Agglutinatives 


M004 


Jirated Waters 


I873 


Aggregatas 


E925 


Aerial Engineering 


D265 


Agnosticism 


428 


Aerial Transport 


B605 


Agnostics 


.428 


Aerodynamics 


D250 


Agra City 


P822 


Aerolites 


C925 


— (District) 


P821 


Aeronautics 


D265 


Agram 


S456 


Aerophytes 


E160 


Agrarian Laws 


L712 


Aeroplanes 


D268 


Agreements 


L701 


iEsthetics 


J 100 


Agricultural Depression 


I090 


Aestivation 


E127 


Agriculture 


looo 


^Ethiopia 


O510 


— Boards of 


looi 


iEtolia 


Q366 


Agriculture, Tropical 


I040 


jEtolian League 


Q309 


Agriculturists 


X036 


Affections 


J222 


Aguascalientes 


W537 


Affidavits 


L524 


Ague 


H520 


Affirmations 


L528 


Ahmadabad 


P836 


Affixes 


M062 


Ahmed Shah 


P88I 


Affliction 


J286 


Ahmet I. (Turkey) 


Q068 


Afforestation 


I252 


— II. — 


Q075 


Afghan Dynasty (India) 


P613 


— III. — 


Q077 


Afghanistan 


P880 


Aidin 


QI39 


Afghan Language 


M289 


Ailsa Craig 


V352 


Africa 


O300 


Ain 


R547 


Africa, Central 


O600 


Aino Language 


M384 


— East 


O500 


Air 


D20I 


— General 


O300 


Air Baths 


G528 


— North 


O301 


Air, Change of 


G538 


— South 


O700 


Airdrie 


V3I2 


— West 


O800 


Aire, River 


U438 


African Islands, East 


O550 


Air Plants 


EI60 


— West 


O900 


Air Pollution 


B27I 


African Languages 


M200 


Air Pumps 


D258 


— Literature (English) 


M534 


Air Rights 


B355 


African Episcopal Zion Church K844 


Aisles 


B4I2 


— Meth. Episcopal Ch. 


K843 


Aisne (Dept.) 


R222 


African Tribal Literature 


M217 


— River 


R22I 


Afrikija 


O370 


Aix-la-Chapelle 


S772 


Agaba 


K003 


Aizoaceas 


E503 


Aga-Mahommed (Persia) 


P967 


Ajaccio 


R38I 


Agapemonites 


K963 


Aj mero-Merwara 


P825 


Agates 


D526 


Akabah, Gulf of 


045I 



254 



Akb-Alc 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Ale-Ale 



Akbar the Great 


P617 1 


Alcoran 


K072 


— II. 


P628 


Aldeburgh 


U562 


Akershus 


T705 


Aldehydes 


D835 


Akmolinsk 


S253 


Aldermen 


L392 


Alabama 


W320 


Alderney 


U993 


Alabaster 


13386 


Alders 


E452 


Alagoas 


W727 


Alemtejo 


R940 


Alam I. (India) 


P621 


Alen9on 


R244 


— II. — 


P627 


— Counts of 


R245 


Alamgir I. (India) 


P620 


— Dukes of 


R246 


— II. — 


P626 


Aleppo 


Q181 


Alaric I. (Spain) 


R602 


Ales 


I822 


— II. — 


R602 


Alessandria 


Q805 


Alarms 


B645 


Aleutian Islands 


W481 


Alarodian Language 


M353 


Aleutian Language 


M664 


Alaska 


W480 


Alexander (Bulgaria) 


Q485 


Alava 


R724 


Alexander (Byz.) 


Q328 


Albacete 


R774 


Alexander Couza 


Q455 


Albania 


Q109 


Alexander (Egypt) 


O427 


Albanian Language 


M455 


— (Poland) 


S164 


Albany, Regent (Scotland) 


V028 


— I. (Russia) 


S039 


Albany, N. Y. 


W242 


— II. — 


S041 


Albatross 


F637 


— III. — 


S042 


Albert. See Albrecht 




— I. (Scotland) 


V012 


Alberta 


W034 


— II. — 


V016 


Albert (Monaco) 


R589 


— III. — 


V017 


Albert N'yanza 


O536 


— I. (Servia) 


Q428 


^ (Saxony) 


S986 


— II. — 


Q431 


Albi 


R355 


— I. (Pope) 


Q654 


Albigenses 


K421 


— II. — 


Q677 


Albinism (Animal) 


E077 


— III. — 


Q684 


Albinism (Human) 


G019 


— IV. — 


Q690 


Albion 


U301 


— V. — 


Q708 


Alboin (Italy) 


Q616 


— VI. — 


Q719 


Albrecht I. (Austria) 


S303 


— VII. — 


Q737 


- II. — 


S307 


— VIII. — 


Q741 


— III. — 


S319 


— Severus (Rome) 


Q554 


— IV. — 


S3 20 


— the Great 


Q312 


— I. (H.R.E.) 


S642 


Alexandria 


O458 


— II. — 


S651 


Alexandria, Patriarchate 


K436 


— (Hungary) 


S410 


Alexis I. (TrebJzond) 


Q152 


Albuminoids 


D875 


— II. — 


Q152 


Albuminuria 


H204 


— III. — 


Q153 


Albums 


N310 


— IV. — 


Q154 


Alcantara, Order 


X178 


— I. (Byzan.) 


Q329 


Alchemy 


D701 


— II. — 


Q330 


Alcohol 


D820 


— III. — 


Q330 


AlcohoUsm 


G786 


— IV. — 


Q331 


Alcoholometry 


I831 


— V. — 


Q331 


Alcohols 


D820 


— (Russia) 


S022 



255 



All-All 



CLASSIFICATION. 



All-Amb 



Alfonso I. (Portugal) 


R803 


Allspice 


E786 


— II. — 


R805 


Allusions 


Aooo 


— III. — 


R807 


Alluvium 


D303 


— IV. — 


R809 


Almanac, Church 


O080 


— V. — 


R823 


Almanacs 


O076 


— VI. — 


R832 


— Nautical 


B692 


— XIII. (Spain) 


R653 


Almeria 


R764 


Alfred the Great 


U319 


Almonds 


E605 


Algjc 


E225-40 


Alms 


L081 


— Blue-green 


E207 


Almshouses 


L081 


Algarve 


R950 


Aloes 


E394 


Algebra 


A430-43 


Alopecia 


H451 


Algeria 


O350 


Alost 


T317 


Algiers 


O353 


Alpacse 


F873 


Beys of 


O351 


Alpes Maritimes 


R361 


Algonquin Indians 


W084 


Alphabet, Deaf and Dumb 


M680 


— Language 


M661 


Alphabetical Catalogues 


M151 


Algraphy 


A732 


Alphabets 


Moil 


Alhambra 


R768 


Alps, Carnic 


S385 


Alicante 


R778 


— General 


S580 


Alides 


O326 


— Rhaetian 


S379 


Aliens 


L027 


Alsace-Lorraine 


S890 


Alimentary Canal 


Hioo 


Altars 


B420 


Alimentation (Biol.) 


E029 


Altdorf 


S512 


— • (Human) 


H102 


Altenburg 


S872 


Alimony 


G061 


Alternating Currents 


B054 


Alismaceae 


E341 


Alternation of Generation 


E063 


Alkalies 


D737 


Altitudes 


D092 


Alkali Metals 


D430 


Alto 


C523 


Alkalimetry 


D738 


Altona 


S752 


Alkaline Earth Metals 


D436 


Altruism 


J207 


Alkaloids 


D896 


Aluminates 


D418 


Alkoran 


K072 


Aluminium 


D443 


Allahabad 


P833 


Alwar 


P722 


Alleghany 


W263 


Amadeo I. (Spain) 


R649 


Allegiance 


L023 


Amakusa 


P355 


Allegories 


N007 


Amalgams 


D616 


Allemandes 


C466 


Amarantaceae 


E498 


All Fools' Day 


J713 


Amaryllidaceae 


E401 


All Hallows' Eve 


J726 


Amaryllis 


E402 


Alliances 


L410 


Amaurosis 


G816 


Allier 


R566 


Amaurus I. (Jerusalem) 


Q237 


Alligators 


F572 


— de Lusignan (Jerusalem) Q244 


Alloa 


V272 


Amazon, River 


W721 


Allodium 


L719 


Amazonas 


W728 


Allopathy 


G555 


Amazons 


Gioi 


Allotments 


L739 


Ambassadors 


L408 


AUotropy 


D716 


Amber 


D533 


Alloys 


D617 


Amberg 


Sg62 


All Saints' Day 


J726 


Ambidextry 


H710 



256 



Amb-Amu CLASSIF 

Amboyna P244 

Ambulance H600 

Ambulatories B388 

Ambuscades B968 

Amendments L036 

Amenorrhoea H361 

America Wooo 

— Central W600 

— Discovery W001-16 

— Latin W700 

— North' W020 

— South W701 

— United States Wioo 
Americanisms M525 
American Languages (General) M600 

— — North M650 

— — South M601 

— Literature M530 

— Meth. Episcopal Ch. K841 

— Organ C721 

— Painting A679 

— Prim. Wesleyan Ch. K837 

— Wesleyan Church K832 
Amersfoort T185 
Amethysts D524 
Ametropia G824 
Amhara O518 
Amharic Language M245 
Amids D810 
Amiens R226 
Amines D810 
Amirante Islands O552 
Amirs of Afghanistan P881 
Ammonia D737 
Ammonium D493 
Ammunition D917 
Amnesty L689 
Amnion H374 
Amniota F490 
Amoebina F053 
Amoor S282-4 
Amos K160 
Amoy P457 
Ampelopsis Veitchii E709 
Amphibia F480 
Amphineura F204 
Amphiopoda F272 
Amputations G573 
Amsterdam T187 
Amulets J523 



':ation. 


Amu-And 


Amur Region 


S282 


— Town 


S284 


— River 


S283 


Amusements 


H700-900 


— Indoor 


H910 


— Mechanical 


H785 


— Outdoor 


H720 


Ana 


N317 


Anabaptists 


K805 


Anacanthini 


F460 


Anacardiaceae 


E682 


Anacondas 


F555 


Anaemia (Blood) 


H007 


— (Brain) 


G751 


Anaesthesia 


G342 


Anaesthetics 


G743 


Anagrams 


H957 


Analogy 


A311 


Analysis (Lang.) 


M023 


Analysts 


D734 


Anam 


P511 


Anamnia 


F411 


Anaphrodisiacs 


H367 


Anarawd 


U205 


Anarchism 


L239 


Anasarca 


H570 


Anastasius (Byz.) 


Q322 


— I. (Pope) 


Q656 


— II. — 


Q660 


— III. — 


Q675 


— IV. — 


Q682 


Anatolia 


Q123 


Anatomists 


X031 



Anatomy and Physiology G200 

— Artistic A631 

— Comparative E019 

— Human G201 

— Regional G202 
Ancestor Worship J459 
Ancestry X075 
Anchors B684 
Ancient Empire (Egypt) O402 

— Geography O205 
,— History Ooii 

— — and Geography Ooio 

— Nations, Dispersed O025 

— Philosophy J 301 
Ancistrocladaceas E742 
Ancona Q882 
Andalucia R763 



257 



And-Ang 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Ang-Ans 



Andamanese Language 


M382 


Angoul6me, House of 


R070 


Andaman Islands 


P860 


— Town 


R286 


Andermatt 


S513 


Angoumois 


R280 


Andes 


W840 


Anguilla 


W672 


Andesite 


D362 


Angus (Forfar) 


V255 


Andes Languages 


M610 


Anhalt 


S840 


Andorra 


R737 


— Dukes of 


S841 


Andover 


U767 


Anhydrides 


D850 


Andrew, St. (Order) 


X122 


Aniline 


D811 


Andrew III. (Hungary) 


S403 


Animal Bites 


H584 


Andrcecium 


E129 


Animalculae 


F050 


Andronicus I. (Byz.) 


Q330 


Animalcules, Sun 


F054 


— II. 


Q334 


Animal Diseases 


I120 


— III. 


Q335 


— Drawing 


A628 


— (Trebizond) 


Q153 


— Drugs 


G452 


Andros 


Q381 


— Heat 


E037 


Androv III. (Hungary) 


S403 


— Instinct Fooi-435 


Anecdotes 


N314 


— Life 


Fooi 


Anemometers 


D237 


— Movements 


E043 


Anemones 


E529 


— Poisons 


G452 


Anemophily 


E122 


— Power 


B193 


Aneurism 


H028 


— Products 


D903 


Aneus Martius (Rome) 


Q514 


— Reason 


F002 


Angelica 


E807 


Animals 


FOGO 


Angels (Christ. Theol.) 


K362 


Animation, Suspended 


H604 


— (Theol.) 


J412 


Animism 


JI54 


Anger 


J226 


Aniseed 


E804 


Angers 


R453 


Anisette 


I840 


Angevin Kings 


U341 


Anjou 


R450 


Angina Pectoris 


H052 


Anjou, Counts of 


R45I 


Angiospermae 


E330 


Annam 


P5II 


Angles 


V503 


Annamite Language 


M343 


Angles, East 


U310 


Annan 


V367 


Anglesey 


U232 


Annandale 


V375 


Angles (Geometry) 


A505 


Annapolis 


W276 


Anglia 


U301 


Annealing 


D65I 


Anglican Brotherhoods 


K561 


Annelida 


FI48 


— Church 


K660 


Anne, Queen 


V56I 


— Sisterhoods 


K562 


Anne, Queen, Architecture 


B480 


Angling 


I730 


Anne (Russia) 


S029 


— River 


I745 


Annexation 


L406 


Anglo-Catholics 


K660 


Annuals 


A040 


Anglo-Saxon Language 


M510 


Annuities 


L980 


— Literature 


M511 


Annunciation 


J7II 


— Period 


U313 


Annunziata, Order 


XI55 


Anglo-Saxons 


V503 


Anodynes 


G747 


Anglo-Saxon Union 


V690 


Anonacese 


E520 


Angola 


O660 


Anonyma 


MII3 


Angora 


Q145 


Anonymous and Pseudo. Lit. 


MII2 


Angostura Bark 


E650 


Ansbach 


S973 



258 



Ans-Ant 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Ant-Apo 



Anstruther, Easter 


V282 


— Wester 


V283 


Antacids 


H188 


Antananarivo 


O573 


Antarctic Circle 


D013 


— Ocean 


D108 


— Regions 


W950 


Ant-Eaters 


F724 


Ante-Nicene Church 


K430 


Anthelmintics 


H195 


Anthems 


C557 


Anthologies, General 


Nioi 


— National 


N102 


Anthomedusae 


F109 


Anthony (Monaco) 


R585 


Anthozoa 


F120 


Anthracite 


D563 


Anthrax 


H407 


Anthropinae 


Gooi 


Anthropoidae 


F990 


Anthropology 


Gooo 


Anthropometry 


G016 


Anthropomorphism 


J401 


Anthropophagy 


G048 


Anti-Burghers 


K906 


Anti-Christianity 


K370 


Anticosti Island 


W060 


Anti-Cyclones 


D222 


Antidotes 


G457 


Anti-fouling Compositions 


B653 


Antigua 


W671 


Antihidrotics 


H244 


Antilles, Greater, General 


W640 


— Lesser 


W660 


Antilopes 


F867 


Antilopidae 


F866 


Antimony 


D475 


Antinomianism 


K422 


Antioch Patriarchate 


K434 


Antiperiodics 


G509 


Antiphonals 


C559 


Antipyretics 


G503 


Antiquities 


Dioo-125 


Antiseptics 


G506 


Anti-spasmodics 


G748 


Anti-toxins 


G510 


Antoninus, Mar. Aur. (Rome) Q547 


Antonius (Rome) 


Q528 


Antonius Gordianus 


Q556 


Antonius Pius 


Q546 



Anton (Saxony) 

Antony and Cleopatra 

Antonyms 

Antrim 

Ants 

— White 
Antwerp Province 

— Town 
Antwerpen, Province 

— Town 
Anura 
Anus 
Anvers 
Anvils 
Aortas 

Aortic Stenosis 
Aosta 

Apache Indians 
Apatite 
Apeldoorn 
Apennines 
Aperients 
Apes 

Aphaniptera 
Aphasia 
Aphelion 
Aphidffi 
Aphonia 
Aphorisms 
Aphrodisiacs 
Aphthae 
Apiariae 
Apiary 
Apiculture 
Aplacophora 
Apocalypse 
Apocrypha 
Apocryphal Acts of Apostl 

— Apocal3rpses 

— Gospels 
Apocynaceae 
Apoda 
Apogee 
Apologetics, Christian 

— (Theol.) 
Aponogetonaceae 
Apoplexy 
Apostasy 
Apostles 
Apostles, Acts of 



S983 
O429 
M065, 
U057 

F347 
F306 

T305 
T306 

T305 
T306 
F484 
H180 

T305-6 
D663 

H023-5 
H053 
Q802 
W085 
D423 
T164 
Q980 

H193 

F980-94 
F370 
G907 
C812 

F353 
G908 
N330 
H366 
H113 

F345 
F346 
F346 
F206 
K230 
K241 
K262 
K263 
K261 

E855 
F482 
C885 
K321 
J403 
E339 
G715 
J282 
K406 
K21X 



es 



259 



Apo-Ara 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Ara-Arg 



Apostles' Creed 


K603 


Araliacese 


E796 


Apostolic Fathers 


K408 


Aral, Lake 


S252 


— Succession 


K407 


Aramaic Language 


M240 


Apothegms 


N330 


Araneina 


F291 


•Appalachian Language 


M657 


Ararat 


Q162 


Apparitions 


J591 


Araucanian Language 


M608 


Appeal Courts 


L453 


Araucaria 


E310 


Appendicitis 


H159 


Araucariacise 


E309 


Appendix, Vermiform 


H158 


Arbitration 


L412 


Appenzell, Canton 


S545 


Arboriculture 


I250 


— Town 


S546 


Arbours 


I232 


Apperception 


Joio 


Arbroath 


V260 


Appleby 


U432 


Arcades 


B385 


Apples 


E590 


Arcadia 


Q372 


Applied Mechanics 


Bioo 


Arcadius (Byz.) 


Q321 


Applique 


A686 


Archaean Age 


D316 


Appointments 


L138 


Archaeology 


Oioo 


Appolinarians 


K420 


Archangel 


S053 


Apprenticeship 


L107 


Archbishops 


J904 


Apricots 


E602 


Archdeacons 


J908 


April 


D043 


Archegoniatae 


E270 


Apses 


B415 


Archery 


B938 


Aptera 


F355 


Arches 


B361 


Apteryges 


F613 


Archichlamydeae 


E431 


Apterygota 


F304 


Archipelago, Greek 


Q132 


Apulia 


Q940 


Archiptera 


F305 


Apulia, Counts and Dukes 


Q966 


Architectonics 


B300 


Aquaria 


F022 


Architects 


X013 


Aquascalientes 


W537 


Architectural Details 


B360 


Aquatic Rights 


L724 


Architecture 


B300-490 


Aquatints 


A720 


Architraves 


B371 


Aqueducts 


D146 


Archives 


M706 


Aquifoliaceae 


E687 


Archons (Greece) 


Q307-9 


Aquila 


Q911 


Arc Lamps 


B061 


Aquitaine 


R289 


Arctic Archipelago 


W045 


Arabesques 


A683 


— Circle 


D012 


Arabia 


Q260 


— Ocean 


D107 


— Kalifate 


Q265 


— Regions 


W910 


Arabian Horses 


F819 


Arda Language 


M607 


— Language 


M246 


Ardeche 


R342 


— Literature 


M247 


Ardennes, Belgium 


T355 


— Medicine 


G553 


— France 


R391 


Arabia Petraa 


Q255 


Ardrossan 


V350 


Arabs 


Q261 


Areca 


E366 


Araceae 


E370 


Areometer 


B034 


Arachnida 


E278 


Arezzo 


Q875 


Aragon, Kings of 


R620 


Argentina 


W800 


— and Navarre 


R625 


Argillite 


D381 


Aragon, Langue 


X191 


Argolis 


Q368 


— Province 


R727 


Argon 


D791 



26c 



Arg-Arm 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Arm-Art 



Argon Group 


D790 


Argot 


M435-901 


Argument 


A303 


Argyll 


V201 


Ariana 


P290 


Arians 


K416 


Arias 


C501 


Ariege 


R331 


Aristocracy 


L231 


Aristolochiaceae 


E486 


Aristolochiales 


E485 


Aristotle 


J322 


Arithmetic 


A401 


— Mental 


A420 


Arithmetical Progression 


A415 


Arithmometer 


A408 


Arizona 


W446 


Ark (Noah's) 


K129 


Arkansas 


W331 


Arkhangelsk 


S053 


Arklow 


U145 


Aries 


R374 


Arlon 


T348 


Arm (Anatomy) 


G681 


Armada 


R629 


Armadillos 


F726 


Armagh County 


U076 


— Town 


U077 


Armamentaria 


G572 


Armaments 


B911 


Armata 


F15& 


Armatures 


C052 


Armed Intervention 


L420 


— Neutrality 


L416 


Armenia 


Q160 


Armenian Church 


K447 


— Language 


M291 


— Literature 


M292 


Armies, National 


B843 


Arminians 


K745 


Armistices 


B985 


Armlets 


I655 


Armorials 


X082 


Armorican Language 


M410 


— Literature 


M411 


Armour 


B935 


Armour Plates 


D646 


Arms (Anatomy) 


G621 


Army, British 


B844 


— Colonial 


B848 



Army Corps B874 

— Indian B847 

— Lists B904 

— Medical Corps 6899 

— Reserve B874 

— Service Corps B898 
Arnhem T161 
Arnstadt S858 
Arnulf (H. R. E.) S612 
Arolsen S847 
Arondissement L362R0 
Arran V222 
Arrangements (Musical) C444 
Arran, Regency of V035 
Arras R212 
Arrest L515 
Arrowroot E423 
Arrows B938 
Arsacidas P930 
Arsenals B905 
Arsenates D423 
Arsenic D773 
Arsenides D414 
Arses (Persia) P913 
Arson L631 
Art A601 
Arta Q391 
Artabanus (Persia) P906 
Artaxerxes I. (Persia) P907 

— II. — P911 
Arteries H020 
Artesian Wells D154 
Art Galleries A820 
Arthrocostraca F271 
Arthrogastrida F279 
Arthropoda F240 
Arthur, Chester A. (U.S.) W137 
Arthurian Romances X121 
Arthur, King U303 
Artichokes E965 

— Jerusalem E957 
Article (Language) M028 
Articles (AngUcan Church) K753-7 
Articles of Association L826 
Articles of Faith J 606 
Articulates F130, etc. 
Articulations G645 
Artificial Eyes G839 

— Lighting C140 

— Limbs G586 



261 



Art-Asi 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Asp-Ast 



Artificial Precious Stones 


D512 


Asparagus 


— Respiration 


G937 


Aspens 


— Stone 


B312 


Asphalt 


— Teeth 


H125 


Asphyxia 


Artillery, Army 


B887 


Aspirates 


— Marine 


B822 


Assam 


Artiodactyla 


F835 


— Language 


Artistic Anatomy 


A631 


Assassination 


Artists 


X008 


Assassins 


Artists' Marks 


A810 


Assault (Law) 


Artois 


R210 


Assaults (War) 


Arts, Domestic I 


passim 


Assaying 


— Fine 


A601 


Assemblies, Court 


— Graphic 


A600 


— Social 


— Recreative 


H900 


Assembling 


— Unions 


A807 


Assembly, National 


— Useful 


A903 


Assen 


Arundel 


U7Q0 


Assent 


Aryan Lang. & Lit. (Gen.) M252-3 


Asses 


Aryan (Asian) Language 


M254 


Assessments 


— — Literature 


M255 


Assets 


— (European) Language 


M401 


Assimilation 


— — Literature 


M402 


Assiniboia 


Asafoetida 


E808 


Assiniboine Indians 


Asbestos 


D379 


Assiout 


Ascalon 


Q223 


Assissi 


Ascariasis 


H501 


Assistants, Shop 


Ascension 


K312 


Assizes 


— Day 


J719 


Associate Presbytery 


— Island 


O940 


— Synod 


Asceticism 


K501 


Association, Articles of 


Aschaffenburg 


S975 


Association Football 


Ascidiaeformes 


F405 


Associations 


Ascites 


H569 


Assouan 


Asclepiadaceas 


E857 


Assurance 


Ascoli 


Q883 


Assur-bani-pal 


Ascomycetes 


E256 


Assyria 


Asexual Reproduction 


E061 


Assyro-Babylonian Lanf 


Ashango Land 


O670 


— — Literature 


Ashanti 


O855 


Astacidae 


Ashraff (Persia) 


P961 


Asteroidea 


Ashton-under-Lyme 


U478 


Asteroids 


Ash Trees 


E845 


Asters 


Ash Wednesday 


J708 


Asthenopia 


Asia 


P290 


Asthma 


Asia, Central (Russia) 


S251 


Astigmatism 


— Minor 


Q122 


Astrakhan, Province 


Asian Lang, and Literature M250-51 


— Town 


Asiatic Architecture 


B453 


Astringents 


— Cholera 


H536 


Astrolabe 



E390 
E446 

D566 
G936 

M0I3 

P8I0 

M333 
L6II 

X04I 

L6I7 
B969 

D6I5 

L2I7 
H9qi 
B161 
R086 
T156 
A301 

F833 
L387 
A484 
E029 
W035 
W086 
O481 
Q878 
Liio 
L462 
K904 
K905 
L826 
H779 
A006 
O484 
L970 
O034 
O031 
A232 

A233 
F267 
F171 
C906 

E953 
G825 

G939 
G823 
S127 
S133 
H447 
C800-167 



262 



Ast-Att 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Att-Aus 



Astrology- 


C960 


Astronomers 


X024 


Astronomy C800-965 


— Nautical 


B693 


Astrophysics 


C840 


Astrophytidse 


F171 


Asturias and Leon., Kings 


R606 


Asturias, Province 


R706 


Asuncion (Paraguay) 


W783 


Aswan 


O484 


Asylum, Law of 


L424 


Asylums, General 


H613 


— Blind 


G818 


— Deaf and Dumb 


G847 


— Lunatic 


G793 


Atavism 


E018 


Athabasca 


W033 


Athabascan Indians 


W085 


— Language 


M662 


Athalaric (Italy) 


Q613 


Athanasian Creed 


K602 


Atharaveda 


K026 


Atheism 


J427 


Athelstane 


U321 


Athenian Empire 


Q305 


Athens 


Q362 


Athletics 


H701 


Athletic Sports 


H720 


Athlone 


U120 


Atlanta (Ga.) 


W313 


Atlantic Ocean 


D102 


Atlantic States. See U. S. 


and 


Mexico 




Atlantis 


D103 


Atlases 


O270 


Atlas Mountains 


O347 


Atmosphere 


D201 


Atmospheric Electricity 


D234 


Atna Indians 


W085 


Atolls 


D091 


Atomic Theory 


D706 


Atomists 


J316 


Atoms 


B004 


— Vortex 


B005 


Atonement 


K309 


Atrophy 


G335 


Atropine 


E884 


Attack (War) 


B970 


Attention 


J159 


Attica 


Q361 



Attorney-General L444 

Attorneys L486 

Attraction B013 

Attributes of God K325 

Aube R397 

Auch R314 

Auckland P087 

Auctioneers L841 

Auctions L840 

Aude R351 

Audiphone G843 

Auditing A487 

Auditors A487 

Auditory Nerve G707 

Augsberg S979 

Auguries J552 

August D047 

Augusta (Me.) W202 

Augustinians K521 

Augustus (Rome) Q53i 

Auks F638 

Aunis-Saintonge R280 

Aunts G086 

Aunt Sally H790 

Aurehanus (Rome) Q567 

Aurelius Carus 057^ 

— Marcus Q547 

— Probus Q570 
Auricle G841 
Auricular Confession J 623 
Auriculas E833 
Aurillac R564 
Aurora Borealis C928 
Auscultation G323 
Austin (Texas) W329 

— Friars K521 

Australasia Poio 

Australasian Literature M532 

Australia P015 

— South P030 

— West P025 
Australian Commonwealth P020 

— Languages M385 

— Literatiu-e M532 

— Tribes Poii 
Austral Islands P107 
Australoid Races G008 
Austria S301 
Austria-Hungarian Printing M786 
Austria-Hungary S300 



263 



Aus-Azt 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Baa-Bak 



Austria, Lower 
Austrian Literature 
Austrian Poland 
Austria, Patriarchate 
Austria, Upper 
Authenticity of Bible 
Authority 
Authors 

— Collected Works 
Authorship 
Autobiography 
Auto-cars 

Autocracy 

Auto-da-fe 

Autoflagellata 

Autographs 

Auto-machinery 

Automata 

Automatic Machinery 

— Trading Machines 

Autopsy 
Autumn 
Auvergne 

— Langue 
Auxerre 

Ava 

Avalanches 

Avarice 

Aveiro 

Avellino 

Avenues 

Aves 

Aveyron 

Avignon 

Avila 

Avis, House of 

Avoirdupois 

Awaji 

Axes 

Axilla 

Axles 

Axminster Carpets 

Ayr 

Ayrshire 

Ayyiibid Kalifate 

Azerbijan 

Azimuth 

Azores 

Azov, Sea of 

Aztecs 



S33I 


Baalbek 


Q185 


M570 


Babar 


P615 


S372 


Babies 


Giio 


K443 


Baboons 


F987 


S333 


Baby Linen 


I513 


K274 


Babylon 


O039 


J0I4 


Babylonia 


O037 


X054 


Babylonian Language 


M240 


A003 


Babylonish Captivity 


Q205 


Mioi 


Baccarat 


H929 


X 


Bachelors 


G053 


B570 


Bacillariales 


E222 


L210 


Back-Bone 


G603 


K620 


Backgammon 


H942 


F061 


Bacon, Francis 


J335 


X215 


Baconian Philosophy 


J335 


B116 


Bacteria 


E210 


B115 


Bacteriology 


E217 


B115 


Bactria 


P882 


L857 


Bacup 


U479 


G395 


Badajoz 


R754 


D037 


Baden-Baden, Margraves 


S902 


R560 


Baden (State) 


S900 


X191 


— Dukes, etc. 


S902-10 


R540 


— (Town) 


S921 


P805 


Badgers 


F915 


D080 


Badges 


X094 


J232 


Badminton 


H762 


R921 


Baffin Land 


W044 


Q933 


Bagatelle 


H912 


I240 


Bagdad Caliphate 


Q280 


F600 


— City 


Q175 


R303 


Bagpipes 


C691-95 


R377 


Bags (Leather) 


I757 


R716 


Bahaira 


O455 


R820 


Bahama Islands 


W636 


A451 


Bahawulpur 


P762 


P356 


Bahia 


W729 


B154 


Bahmani Kings (Deccan) 


P637 


G622 


Bahr-el-Gazal 


O489 


B168 


Bail 


L517 


I455 


Baihes 


L392 


V346 


Bailiffs 


L475 


V345 


Bailments 


L705 


Q272 


Baireuth 


S967 


P980 


Bait (Angling) 


I736 


D016 


Bajazet L (Turkey) 


Q056 


R960 


— IL 


Q062 


S118 


Bakehouses 


I931 


W502 


Bakers 


I936 



264 



Bak-Bal CLASSIF 

Baking I930 

Baku S143 

Balance of Power L258 

Balances B175 

Balance Sense G849 

— Sheets A486 
Balances, Watch D286 
Balanidse F258 
Balanitis H334 
Balanophoraceae E484 
Balbinus Q557 
BaJbriggan U135 
Baldness H452 
Baldwin I. (Jerusalem) Q233 

- n. - Q234 

— in. — Q236 

— IV. — Q238 

— V. — Q239 

— I. (Greece) Q332 

— 11. — Q332 
Bfi,le S540 
Balearic Islands R781 
Bali P217 
Baliol, John V020 
Balkan Mountains Q401 

— States Q400 
Ballad Operas C777 
Ballads (Music) C590 

— (Poetry) N115 
Ballast B743 
Ball-bearings B173 
Ballets C779 
Ball Games. See names, as 

Cricket, Billiards, Football, 

Tennis, etc. 

Ballina U093 

Ballistics B917 

Balloons D266 

Ballot L283 

Ballrooms H983 

Balneology G524 

Baloena F892 

Balsaminacese E702 

Baltic Islands T564 

— Provinces (Russia) S078 

— Sea T940 
Baltimore W277 
Baluchistan P890 

— British P834 

Balustrades B376 



':ation. 


Bam-Bar 


Bamberg 


S965 


Bamboos 


E356 


Bananas 


E415, 


Banbridge 


U082 


Banbury 


U727 


Bandages 


G581 


Bandicoots 


F712 


Banditti 


X042 


Bandola 


C635 


Bandon 


U185 


Bands 


C750-65 


Banff 


V161 


Banffshire 


Vi6o- 


Bangalore 


P847 


Bangkok 


P525 


Bangor, Ireland 


U083 


— Wales 


U236 


Banishment 


L679 


Banjo 


C638 


Banka 


P206 


Bankers 


X047 


Bank Holidays 


J752 


Banking 


L950 


Bank Notes 


L878 


Bankruptcy 


L843 


Bankruptcy Courts 


L848 


Banks 


L950-62 


— Land 


L960 


Banks, Savings 


L959 


Banners 


X097 


Banquets 


I901 


Bantam 


P212 


Bantry 


U187 


Bantu Language 


M205 


Banyan Tree 


E469 


Baobabs 


E721 


Baptism 


J614 


Baptist Churches 


K820 


— . (Dutch) 


K827 


— Seventh Day 


K802 


— Union 


K824 


Bar 


L482 


Barbadoes 


W685 


Barbarossa F. 


S629 


Barbary Corsairs 


O321 


Barbary States 


O320 


Barberry 


E535 


Barbers 


H462 


Barber Surgeons 


H461 


Barbuda 


W671 



265 



Bar-Bas 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Bas-Bat 



Barca 


O381 


BasU (Vasali) II. (Russia) 


S005 


Barcelona 


R732 


— III. — 


S005 


Bards 


C781 


— IV. — 


S005 


Barebones Parliament 


V554 


— V. — 


S012 


Barges 


B674 


Basil Chouiski 


S018 


Bari 


Q941 


Basilicata 


Q945 


Baritone 


C526 


Basingstoke 


U768 


Barium 


D440 


Basket Making 


I370 


Bark 


E113 


Basle (Town) 


S541 


Bar-le-Dur 


R412 


— (Council) 


K480 


Barley 


E355 


— See Basel 




Barmen 


S773 


Basque Language 


M585 


Barnacles 


F256 


— Literature 


M586 


Barns 


I025 


— Provinces 


R722 


Barnsley 


U451 


Bas-reliefs 


A801 


Barnstaple 


U693 


Bass, Double 


C613 


Baroda 


P703 


Bass Drum 


C735 


Barometers 


D236 


Basses-Alpes 


R365 


Barometry 


D236 


— Pyrenees 


R321 


Baronage 


X108 


Basset Horn 


C696 


Baronets 


X109 


Bassethounds 


F929 


Barons 


X108 


Bass Figured 


C430 


Barons' War 


U345 


Bass (Fish) 


F456 


Barques 


B668 


— (Harmony) 


C427 


Barracks 


B906 


Bassoon 


C707 


Barrators 


L531 


— Double 


C708 


Barratry 


B781 


BcLssora 


Q176 


Barrel-Organs 


C728 


Bass Rock 


V340 


Barrels 


I351 


— (Voice) 


C527 


Barrier Reefs 


P041 


Bastar 


P746 


Barristers 


L484 


Bastardy 


G091 


Barrow-in-Furness 


U480 


Bastille 


R505 


Barrows (Archaeology) 


O153 


Bastinado 


L684 


— (Vehicles) 


B557 


Basuto Land 


O745 


Barter 


L802 


Batavia 


P211 


Bartholomew Fair 


L807U3 


Batavian Republic 


T008 


— Massacre 


R075 


Batavii 


Tool 


Baruch 


K248 


Bath 


U671 


Barytone 


C526 


Bath Chairs 


B558 


Basalt 


D367 


Bathgate 


V322 


Base-Ball 


H756 


Bathing 


G524 


Basellacese 


E505 


Bath, Order of the 


X125 


Basel Land 


S542 


Baths 


G524-32 


— Stadt 


S540 


— Swimming 


G531 


— (Town) 


S541 


Batidacese 


E501 


Base Metals 


D475-83 


Batley 


U452 


— (Military) 


B961 


Batons 


B932 


Bashan 


Q180 


Batrachia 


F480 


Bashfulness 


G739 


Bats 


F741 


Basil (Vasali) I. (Russia) 


S005 


— Vampire 


F742 



266 



Bat-Bed 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Bed-Bel 



Battalion 


B877 


Bedouins 


Q261 


Batteries (Artillery) 


B911 


Bedrooms 


B439 


— (Electric) 


C058 


Beds 


I340 


— (Mountain) 


B889 


Bed Sores 


H408 


Battering-rams 


B943 


Beeches 


E454 


Battersea 


U967 


Beef 


I892 


Batting 


H752 


Bee-Keeping 


F346 


Battle Axes 


B932 


Beers 


I823-24 


Battledore 


H763 


Bees 


F345 


Battlements 


B974 


Beetles 


F320-32 


Battle, Order of 


B965 


Beetroot 


E495 


Battles 


O006 


Beggars 


L076 


Battleships 


B826 


Begging 


L076 


Batum 


S148 


Begoniaceae 


E760 


Bautzen 


S997 


Begonias 


E761 


Bavaria 


S940 


Behar 


P814 


— Dukes, Electors, 


Kings S941-46 


Behaviour 


J216 


— House of 


S643, 664 


Beheading 


L668 


— Lower 


S954 


Behera 


O465 


— Upper 


S950 


Behring Strait 


W480 


Bayern 


S940 


Being 


J 002 


— Nieder 


S954 


Beira 


R920 


— Ober 


S950 


Beja 


R943 


Bayonets 


B926 


Bel and the Dragon 


K252 


Bayonne 


R323 


Belatores 


O032 


Bazaars 


L809 


Belfast 


U058 


Beacons 


B717 


Belfort 


R422 


Beadles 


J 937 


Belfreys 


B402 


Beads 


I523 


Belgae 


T002 


Beagles 


F928 


Belgian Literature 


M443 


Beams 


B337 


— Painting 


A670 


Beans 


E626 


Belgie 


T200 


Bear-baiting 


F903 


Belgique 


T200 


Beards 


H462 


Belgium 


T200 


Bearings 


B172 


Belgium Kings 


T250 


Beam 


R320 


Belgium and Holland 


Tooo 


Bears 


F902 


Belgrade 


Q440 


Beatification 


K405 


Belief (Logic) 


A301 


Beatitudes 


K204 


— (Theology) 


J405 


Beaumaris 


U233 


Belize 


W605 


Beaune 


R544 


Belladonna 


E884 


Beauty 


JlOI 


Bell, Book and Candle 


J628 


Beauvais 


R482 


Belle He 


R261 


Beaver Indians 


W085 


Belles-lettres 


Mioo 


Beavers 


F758 


Bell Founding 


C741 


Beccles 


U563 


Belligerent Rights 


L418 


Bechuanaland 


O715 


Bellinzona 


S560 


Bedding 


I340 


Bellows 


D256 


Bedford 


U756 


Bell-Ringing 


C740 


Bedfordshire 


U755 


Bell Rock 


V261 



267 



Bel-Ber 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Ber-Bhii 



Bells 


C739 


Bergen 


T711 


— Hand 


C742 


Bergenhus, Nordre 


T718 


Belluno 


Q819 


— Sondre 


T716 


Beloochistan 


P890 


Bergen-op-Zoom 


T168 


Belting (Mechanics) 


B179 


Beri-beri 


H541 


Belts 


I656 


Berkeley 


J352 


Beluchi Language 


M287 


Berkshire 


U731 


Benares 


P832 


Berlin 


S725 


Bench 


L473 


Bermondsey 


U958 


Bending Machinery 


B146 


Bermuda 


W635 


Benedict I. (Pope) 


Q661 


Bernadotte Line (Sweden) 


T825 


— II. — 


Q664 


Bernard (Italy) 


Q622 


— III. — 


Q672 


Bernardines 


K514 


— IV. — 


Q67.5 


Bern (Canton) 


S531 


— V. — 


Q676 


Bern (Town) 


S532 


— VI. — 


Q676 


Bernicia 


U308 


— VII. — 


Q676 


Berries 


E147 


— VIII. — 


Q676 


Berry 


R510 


— IX. — 


Q676 


Bervie 


V251 


— X. — 


Q677 


Berwick, North 


V339 


— XL — 


Q695 


Berwick-on-Tweed 


U403 


— XII. — 


Q698 


Berwickshire 


V395 


— XIII. — 


Q745 


Beryllium 


D441 


— XIV. — 


Q747 


Beryls 


D518 


Benedictine (Liqueur) 


I841 


BesenQon 


R426 


Benedictines 


K511 


Bessarabia 


S103 


Benefices 


J894 


Bestiaries 


F004 


Benefit Clubs 


L172-3 


Betel Nuts 


E366 


Benefit of Clergy 


J 950 


Bethlehem 


Q224 


Benevolence 


J266 


Bethlemites 


K716 


Bengal District 


P812 


Bethnal Green 


U937 


— Governors and 


Kings P633 


Betrothal 


G057 


— Presidency 


P811 


Betterment 


L758 


Bengali Language 


M275 


Betting 


L934 


Benghazi 


O382 


Betulaceae 


E448 


Benguela 


O660 


Beverages 


I810 


Benin 


O815 


Beverley 


U446 


— Bight of 


O865 


Bewdley 


U647 


Beni-Souef 


O476 


Bexhill 


U791 


Bennettitales 


E305 


Beyreuth 


S967 


Benzines 


D811 


Beyrouth 


Q187 


Bequests 


L786 


Beys of Algiers 


O351 


Berar 


P843 


— Tvmis 


O371 


Berberidaceae 


E534 


Beziers 


R350 


Berber Language 


M229 


Bezique 


H932 


— Tribes 


O346 


Bhang 


E467 


Bereavement 


J285 


Bhartpur 


P720 


Berenger I. (Italy) 


Q627 


Bhopal 


P733 


— II. — 


Q630 


Bhotan 


P707 


Bergamo 


Q808 


Bhutan 


P707 



268 



Bia-Bio 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Bio-Bjo 



Biafra, Bight of 


O863 


Biarritz 


R324 


Bible ^^ 


Kiio-293 


— Apocrypha 


K241 


— Characters 


K291 


— Christians 


K838 


— Classes 


.T874 


— Lost Books 


K240 


— Pseudepigrapha 


K260 


— Texts 


Km 


BibUcal Analysis 


K290 


— Criticism 


K270 


— Exegesis 


K280 


Bibliographers 


X050 


Bibliographies. See Sub 


ects 


Bibliography 


M760 


— Universal 


M761 


Bibliomania 


M762 


Bicycles 


B581 


Bideford 


U694 


Bids 


A488 


Bigamy 


G069 


Big-Game Shooting 


H831 


Bigha 


Q131 


Bighorns 


F865 


Bight of Benin 


O865 


— Biafra 


O863 


Bignoniaceae 


E903 


Bigotry 


.T013 


Bikaner 


P718 


Bile 


H150 


Bileton 


P207 


BiHary Calculi 


H152 


— Substances 


D878 


Biliousness 


H151 


Billeting 


B984 


BiUiards 


H911 


Bill-posting 


L862 


Bills, Exchequer 


L905 


— of Exchange 


L842 


— of Lading 


B737 


— of Parcels 


A417 


— of Sale 


L768 


Bills (Parliament) 


L306 


Bimana 


Gooi 


Bimetallism 


L876 


Binders 


M893 


Bindings 


M873-90 


Binominal Theorem 


A433 


Biogenesis 


E060 



Biographers X062 

Biography Xooo— 
Biological Sciences E, F to I 

Biologists X027 

Biology Eooo 

— Economic I 

— Electro- G771 

— Local E078 

— Marine E079 
Biometrics E006 
Bioplasm E003 
Birches E451 
Birching L683 
Birds F600 

— Cage F661 

— of Paradise F675 

— of Prey F685 

— Plumage F602 
Birkenfeld S813 
Birkenhead U523 
Birmingham U612 
Birth, Biology E060 

— Concealment of L566 
Birthday Books X206 

— Cards X207 
Birth, Human H370 

— Premature H382 
Births (Population) L047 
Bisaya P277 
Biscay, Bay of R268 

— Provinces (France) R267 
Biscuits I933 
Bishops J905 
Bishop's Castle U637 
Bismarck Archipelago P181 

— (N. Dakota) W403 
Bismuth 0476 
Bisons F859 
Bites (Animal) H584 

— (Insect) H590 

— (Snake) H591 
Bithynia Q128 
Bitlis Q168 
Bits (Saddlery) I772 
Bitters I838 
Bitumen D565 
Bivouacs B909 
Bixacese E747 
Bjorn Jernside, House of T801 



269 



Bla-Blo 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Blo-Boh 



Black-Art J553 

Blackberries E596 

Blackboard Drawing A609 

Blackburn U481 

Black Death G313 

Black Eagle, Order of X153 

Blackfoot Indians W084 

Black Forest S933 

— Friars K519 
Blackheads H409 
Blacking I766 
Blacklead D497 
Black Letter M809 
Black Magic J553 
Blackmail L640 
Blackpool U482 
Black Sea S119 
Blacksmithing D660 
Black Snakes F557 
Bladder H210 
Blairgowrie V232 
Blanc, Mont R446 
Blandford Forum U682 
Blankenberghe T323 
Blasphemy J 245 
Blast Furnaces D602 
Blasting D633 
Blastoidea ^'^77 
Blattiacese E776 
Blazonry X083 
Bleaching I475 
Bleddyn U217 
Bleeding G574 

— at Nose G863 
Blekinge T914 
Blending * I876 
Blights I020 
Blind, Asylums for G818 

— Biog. X065 

— Disease G817 

— Hookey Hg46 
Bhndness G815 

— Colour G814 
Blinds B347 
Blisters H441 
Blockade- Running B805 
Blockades B804 
Block Books M771 
Bloemfo^tein O743 
Blois R521 



Blood Hooi 

Blood and Circulation (Biol.) E025 
— — (Human) Hooo 



Bloodhounds 


F925 


Bloodless Surgery 


G575 


Blood-letting 


G578 


Blood Poisoning 


H548 


— Transfusion 


G545 


— Vessels 


H006 


Bloomsbury 


U923 


Blow Flies 


F367 


Blowing Machines 


0252 


Blowpipe 


D257 


Blue Bells 


E941 


— Books 


L308 


— (Colour) 


C125 


— Green Algae 


E207 


— Gum Tree 


E788 


— Prints (Photo.) 


A772 


Blunders, General 


A330 


— Speech 


M043 


Blushing 


G738 


Board Games 


H937 


Boarding Out (Paupers) 


L072 


— Schools 


A165 


Boards 


L134 


Boar Hounds 


F939 


Boar-hunting 


F839 


Boas 


F554 


Boasting 


J242 


Boat-building 


B672 


Boating 


B708 


Boat Races 


B710 


Boats 


B671 


— Motor 


B673 


Boden See 


S918 


Bodies (Pottery) 


D967 


Bodmin 


U707 


Body and Mind 


J151 


Bodyguard (Court) 


L221 


Bodyul 


P493 


Boehme 


J341 


Boeotia 


Q361 


Boers 


O731 


Boer Wars 


O732-33 


Bogota 


W706 


Bogs 


D093 


Bohemia 


S340 


— Dukes 


S341 


— Kings 


S342 



270 



Boh-Bon 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Bon-Bor 



Bohemianism 


J216 


Bonnets 


I525 


Bohemian Language 


M478 


Bonneville 


R448 


— Literature 


M479 


Bonuses 


L986 


Bohmen 


S340 


Book Accession 


M953 


Bohus 


T919 


Bookbinders 


M893 


Boilers 


C210 


Bookbinding, General 


M872 


Boiling 


C214 


— Historical 


M873 


Boils 


H410 


— Practical 


M880 


Boisee 


W471 


Book Cases 


I342 


Bois le Due 


T166 


— ■ Charging 


M962 


Bokhara 


S261 


— Collecting 


M762 


Boleros 


C467 


— Distribution 


M963 


Boleslas I.-II. (Poland) 


S151 


— Illustration 


A608 


— III.-VI. — 


S153 


— Keeping 


A47c> 


— V. — 


S154 


— Labels 


MgsS 


Bolivar 


W704 


— of Common Prayer K750.685 


Bolivia 


W770 


— of Wisdom 


K24& 


BoUandists 


K635 


— Plates 


M956 


Bologna 


Q830 


— Rarities 


M763 


Bolton 


U483 


— Shelves 


I342 


Bolts 


D674 


Books, Best 


M955 


Boma 


O652 


— Condemned 


M134 


Bombacaceae 


E720 


— Sacred 


J601 


Bombardon 


C676 


Book Selection 


M764 


Bombay City 


P839 


Booksellers (Biog.) 


X053 


— District 


P838 


— (Trade) 


M897 


— Presidency 


P835 


Bookselling 


M897 


— States 


P735 


Bookworms 


M882 


Bombs 


B914 


Book Writing 


M103 


Bombycina 


F384 


Boomerangs 


B941 


Bondage 


L150 


Boot Blacks 


I765 


Bonds 


L703 


Booth Theatres 


N244. 


Bone 


O357 


Bootle 


U498 


Bone Diseases 


G640 


Boot-making 


I760. 


— Manufacture 


I783 


Boots 


I762-3 


Bones (Anatomy) 


G601-44 


— Seven-leagued 


J557 


— (Crackers) Music 


C748 


Booty 


B983 


Bone-Setting 


G644 


Boracic Acid 


D852 


Boniface I. (Pope) 


Q658 


Borage 


E869 


— II. — 


Q661 


Boraginacese 


E867 


— III. — 


Q663 


Borates 


D419, 


— IV. — 


Q663 


Borax 


D494 


— V. — 


Q663 


Bordeaux 


R293 


— VI. — 


Q674 


Borders, English 


U402 


— VII. — 


Q676 


— Scots 


V344 


— VIII. — 


Q695 


Bores 


J220 


— IX. — 


Q705 


Boring Machines 


B137 


Benin Islands 


P372 


— (Mining) 


D623 


Bon-Mots 


N316 


; Boris-Godonof 


S015 


Bonn 


S774 


Borneo 


P220-25, 



271 



Bor-Bow Cj 


LASSIFl 


'CATION. I 


Sow-Bra 


Bornholm 


T565 


Bowling (Cricket) 


H753 


Bornu Language 


M210 


Bowling (Green) 


H772 


Boron 


D783 


Bowls 


H772 


Borough, County 


L378 


Bow-played Instruments 


C603 


— Municipal 


L380 


Bows and Arrows 


B939 


Borrowers (Library) 


M961 


— (Violin) 


C614 


Bosna-Serai 


S475 


Boxing 


H728 


Bosnia 


S470 


Box-making 


I347 


Bosphorus 


Q102 


Boxwood 


E677 


Boston, Lines. 


U537 


Boycotting 


J293 


— Mass. 


W216 


Boyne River 


U125 


Botanic Gardens 


E180 


Boys 


Giii 


Botanists 


X029 


Boys' Brigades 


B903 


Botany 


Eioo 


Brabant (Belgium) 


T310 


Botany Bay 


P053 


— Dukes of 


S891 


Botany, Cryptogamic 


E200 


— (Holland) 


T165 


— Economic 


E176 


Bracelets 


I655 


— Field 


E173 


Brachiopoda 


F167 


— Local 


E172 


Brachygraphy 


M746 


— Medical 


G402 


Brackley 


U622 


— Palaeo 


E195 


Bradford 


U453 


— Pelagic 


E156 


Braga 


R903 


Bothies 


I081 


Braganza-Coburg, House of 


R850 


Bottled Foods 


I882 


— House of 


R830 


Bottles 


D994 


— (Town) 


RqI2 


Botthng 


D995 


Brahma 


K02I 


Bouches-du-Rhone 


R371 


Brahmaputra River 


P858 


Boudoirs 


B438 


Brahmin ism 


K020 


Bougainville Island 


P195 


Brahmo-Somaj 


K03I 


Boulders 


D082 


Brain 


G7d(' 


Boulevards 


R502 


— Medicines 


G741 


Boundaries 


O282 


Brakes (Mechanics) 


Bt6o 


Bounties 


L921 


— (Railway) 


B5T] 


■" Bounty " Mutiny 


P119 


Bramanas of the Vedas 


Kn2S 


Bourbon, House of (Spain) 


R640 


Brambles 


E596 


— Island 


O580 


Bramo-Somaj 


Ko^i 


Bourbonnais 


R565 


Branches (Botany) 


ElOQ 


Bourbon-Orldans, House 


R114 


— (Commerce) 


L836 


Bourbons (France) 


R080 


Branchiopoda 


F247 


— Restoration 


Riio 


Branch Libraries 


M964 


Bourees 


C468 


Brandenburg 


S722 


Bourg 


R548 


— Margraves of 


S70I 


Bourges 


R512 


Brandy 


I832 


Bournemouth 


U769 


Branle 


C469 


Bourses 


L931 


Brass 


D665 


Bovidse 


F851 


— Bands 


C757 


Bow (London) 


U946 


Brasseries 


I878 


Bowers 


I236 


Brasses 


A8oo 


Bowing 


C614 


Brassica 


E548 


Bowling, Carpet 


H773 


Brass-working 


D664 



272 



Bra-Bri 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Bri-Bro 



Bratsoerg T712 

Braunkohle D560 

Braunschweig State S835 

— Dukes S 836-7 

— Town S83S 
Bravery J256 
Brawl (dance) C469 
Bray (Ireland) U143 
Brazil W720 

— Nuts E780 
Brazing D654 
Breach of Promise (Marriage) G068 
Bread Ig32 
Bread Fruit E466 
Breadstuffs I015 
Break-bone Fever H523 
Breakfasts 1 903 
Breakspeare, Nicholas Q683 
Breakwaters B244 
Breasts H384 
Breath, Foetid H136 
Breathing G936 
Brechin V258 
Brecknockshire U262 
Brecon U263 
Breda T167 
Breeding Live Stock I053 
Breezes, Land and Sea D227 
Brehon I,aws L436U0 
Bremen S807 
Brentford U871 
Brescia Q809 
Breslau S741 
Brest R258 
Bretagne R250 
Brethren of the Coast W632 
Breton Language M410 
Bretons R250 
Breviaries J631 
Breweries I828 
Brewing I820 

— Home I827 
Brian Boroimhe U014 
Bribery L554 
Bric-a-brac A809 
Bricklayers B326 
Bricks B324 
Brickwork B323 
Bridal Customs G060.748 
bridge (Game) H922 



Bridgeport (U.S.) 

Bridges 

Bridgnorth 

Bridgwater 

Bridhngton 

Bridport 

Briefs 

Brieuc 

Brigade 

Brigandage 

Brighouse 

Brighton 

Bright's Disease 

Brigs 

Briquettes 

Brisbane 

Bristle-footed Worms 

Bristle Tails 



Bristol 
British 



Baluchistan 

Borneo 

Central Africa 

Colonies 

Columbia 

East Africa 

Egypt 

Empire 

Guiana 

Honduras 

Islands 

— (United Kingd.) 
Israelites 
Navy 

New Guinea 
Painting 
Parliament 
Provinces (India) 
South Africa 



Batons 
Brittany 

— Dukes 
Brittle Stars 
Brno 

Broad Church 
Broads 
Broadswords 
Brocoli 
Brodick 
Brokerage 



of 



W238 
B220 
U638 
U672 
U447 
U683 

L537 
R256 

B876 

L639 

U454 
U788 
H205 
B567 
D562 
P048 
F149 
F304 
U662 

P834 
P222 
O620 
V650 
W026 
A530 

O445 

V600 
W714 
W604 
U. V. 

V500 
K009 

B807 

P175 
A675 
L310 
P800 
O720 
V500 
R250 
R251 
F172 
S369 
K765 
U532 
B929 
E552 
V223 
L813 



273 



Bro-Buc 


CLASSIFl 


'CATION. 


Bromberg 


S738 


Buckingham 


Bromeliacese 


E380 


Buckinghamshire 


Bromide Prints 


A771 


Buckwheat 


Bromides 


D758 


Bucuresci 


Bromine 


D758 


Budapest 


Bromley-by-Bow 


U947 


Buddha 


Bromley (Kent) 


U822 


Buddhism 


Bronchi 


G929 


Budding 


Bronchitis 


Gq30 


Budgets 


Bronze 


D666 


Buds 


Bronze Age 


O120 


Budweis 


Brooklyn 


W244 


Buenos Aires, City 


Brooms 


I791 


— Province 


Brothels 


G097 


Buffalo 


Brotherhoods, Anglican 


K561 


Buffalos 


Brothers 


G083 


Bugle Calls 


Brounonian Medicine 


G557 


Buglehorns 


Broussa 


Q127 


Bugles 


Brown Coal 


D560 


Bugs 


Brownies 


J563 


Buhlwork 


Brownists 


K806 


Builders 


Bruce, Robert 


V023 


Building Construction 


Bruges 


T321 


— Operations 


Brugg 


S555 


Buildings 


Brugge 


T321 


Building Societies 


Bruises 


H581 


Buildings, Preservation 


Brumaire Revolution 


R103 


— Restoration 


Bruniacese 


E583 


Building Stones 


Briinn 


S369 


Bukharest 


Brunswick, New 


W062 


Bukowina 


— State 


S835 


Bulbs 


— Town 


S838 


Bul6 (Greece) 


Brus 


V023 


Bulgaria 


Brush and Comb Making 


I790 


Bulgarian Language and 


Brushes 


I791 


Bulkheads 


Brush Work 


A621 


Bulla 


Brussel 


T311 


Bull-baiting 


Brussels 


T311 


Bulldogs 


— Carpets 


I451 


Bullets 


Bruxelles 


T311 


Bull-fighting 


Bryology 


E277 


— Frogs 


Bryophyta 


E275 


Bullion 


Bryozoa 


F163 


Bulls (Linguistic) 


Bubastite Empire 


O415 


— Papal 


Bubo 


H309 


— (Zoology) 


Bubonic Plague 


H540 


Bulrushes 


Buccaneers 


W632 


Bundesrath 


Buchanan, Pres. James (U. 


S.) W131 


Bunions 


Bucharest 


Q470 


Buonaparte, Joseph 


Buckeburg 


S832 


Buoyancy 



Lit 



Buc-Buo 

A751 
U750 
E492 

Q470 

S450 

K041 

K040 

I223 

A486 

E126 

S361 

W803 

W802 

W246 

F860 

C657 

C670 

C656-59 

F350 
I329 

B359 
B305 

B357 
B300 
L171 
B448 
B447 
B320 

Q470 
S376 

E105 

L354 
Q480 
M469 

B655 

F227 

F857 
F934 
B914 
F856 
F487 
D605 
M044 
Q652 
F855 
E360 

L334 
H4" 
R646 
D159 



27, 



Buo-But 



CLASSIFICATION. 



But-Caf 



Buoys 


B716 


Butterflies 


F387 


Bureaucracy 


L144 


Buttons 


1523 


Burgesses 


L024 


Buttresses 


B364 


Burghers (Church) 


K905 


Buxacese 


E676 


— Anti 


K906 


Buxton 


U586 


Burghs 


L379 


Buzzards 


F689 


Burglary 


L637 


Bye-Laws 


L146 


Burgomeisters 


L391 


Byres 


I054 


Burgos 


R717 


Byzantine Architecture 


B469 


Burgundy (France) 


R530 


— Egypt 


O431 


— Dukes 


R532 


— Empire 


Q320 


Burgundy, House of (Portugal) R801 






— Wines 


I861 


Cabala 


K004 


Burial 


H650 


Cabbages 


E550 


Burlesques 


N214 


Cab Drivers 


B610 


Burlettas 


N214 


Caber, Tossing the 


H732 


Burma 


P801 


Cabinet-making 


I322 


— Eastern 


P808 


Cabinets (Furniture) 


I323 


— Lower 


P802 


— (Government) 


L316 


Burmanniaceae 


E425 


Cables (Chains) 


D673 


Burma State 


P710 


— Electric Light 


C070 


— Upper 


P804 


— Telegraph 


B634 


Burmese Language 


M335 


Cable Tramways 


B518 


Burners 


D931 


Cabot 


W015 


Burning (Execution) 


L670 


Cabs 


B608 


Burning Glasses 


C229 


Cabul 


P883 


Burnishing 


A704 


Cacao 


E724 


Burnley 


U485 


Caceres 


R755 


Burns 


H583 


Cachexise 


H109 


Burntisland 


V284 


Cachuchas 


C467 


BursEe 


G651 


Cactaceae 


E764 


Bursaries 


A134 


Cactuses 


E763 


Burseraceas 


E658 


Caddis Flies 


F317 


Bursites 


G651 


Cadency 


X084 


Burslem 


U595 


Cadets (Boy) 


B903 


Burton-on-Trent . 


U598 


— (Naval) 


B818 


Buru 


P242 


Cadiz 


R765 


Bury 


U486 


Cadmium 


D466 


Bury St. Edmunds 


U564 


Cadwallawn 


U201 


Bushman Language 


M203 


Cadwallon 


U210 


Business Methods 


L136 


Caeciliae 


F482 


Buskerud • 


T710 


Csecum 


H156 


Bustards 


F652 


Caen 


R239 


Butchers 


I893 


Casnozoic Age 


D343 


Bute 


V220 


Caesar (C. J.) 


-Q526 


Butlers 


1 962 


Caesarian Operation 


-H380 


Butomaceae 


E342 


Caesars (12) Q531- 


-42, Q543 


Butter 


I066 


Cassium 


: D435 


— Artificial 


D944 


Cafes 


I985 


Buttercups 


E531 


Caffaine 


E917 



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Caf-Cal 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Cal-Can 



Caffre Language 


M205 


Calne 


U742 


Cage Birds 


F661 


Calomel 


D495 


Cages 


F661 


Caloric 


C200 


O 

Cagliari 


Q959 


Calorimeter 


C254 


Cahors 


R302 


Calorimetry 


C253 


Caicos Islands 


W638 


Calvados 


R238 


Cairns 


O156 


Calvinistic Methodists 


K833 


Cairo 


O457 


— Welsh 


K834 


Caissons 


B202 


Calvinists 


K730 


Caithness 


V120 


Calycanthaceae 


E537 


Caius Caligula 


Q533 


Calyceracese 


E946 


— Julius Verus 


Q555 


Camberwell 


U965 


Cakes 


I935 


Cambistry 


L881 


Calabar 


O811 


Cambodia 


P513 


Calabria 


Q946 


Cambodian Language 


M342 


Calais 


R213 


Cambria 


U200 


— Pas de 


R211 


Cambrian Stratum (Geol.) 


D318 


Calatrava Order 


X176 


Cambridge 


U551 


Calceolarias 


E893 


(Mass.) 


W217 


Calcispongise 


F102 


Cambridgeshire 


U550 


Calcium 


D438 


Cambyses 


P902 


— Carbide Gas 


D923 


Camden 


W252 


Calculating Machines 


A418 


Camellias 


E736 


Calculators 


A400 


Camels 


F871 


Calculus (Math) 


A520 


Cameos 


A802 


— (Renal) 


H203 


Camera de' Deputati (Italy) 


L346 


— (Stone) 


H213 


— Lucida 


C157 


Calcutta 


P813 


— Obscura 


C159 


Caledonia 


Vooo 


Cameras 


A753 


Caledonian Canal 


V147 


Cameronians 


K903 


Caledonia, New 


P185 


Cameroons 


O801 


Calendars 


O077 


Campagna 


Q895 


— Garden 


I221 


Campaign, Plan of 


B952 


Calendering 


M161 


Campania 


Q915 


Calico Printing 


I415 


Campaniles 


B401 


California 


W460 


Campanology 


C740 


— Lower 


W551 


Campanulaceae 


E940 


Californian Language 


M652 


Campanularise 


Fiio 


Caligula 


Q533 


Campanulatse 


E930 


Caliphate 


Q265 


Campbellites 


K957 


Caliphs of Arabia 


Q265 


Campbeltown 


V205 


— Bagdad 


Q280 


Campeche 


W524 


Calisthenics 


H713 


Camp Followers 


B902 


Calixtus I. (Pope) 


Q654 


Camphor 


E541 


— II. — 


Q681 


Camping Out 


H794 


— III. — 


Q714 


Campobasso 


Q912 


Callao 


W765 


Camps 


B907 


Calligraphy 


M730 


Cams 


B176 


Callitrichacese 


E674 


Canada 


W021 


Calmucks 


G012M316 


Canadian, French- Literature M444 



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Can-Can 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Can-Car 



Canadian Indians 


Wo8i 


— Literature 


M533 


Canal Life 


B235 


Canals 


B232 


Canarese Language 


M325 


Canaries 


F662 


Canary Isles 


O920 


Cancer 


H553-58 


Candahar 


P886 


Candia 


Qui 


Candlemas 


J 704 


Candles 


D939 


CandoUeaceas 


E945 


Candy 


I921 


Canellaceae 


E748 


Canes (Walking Sticks) 


I615 


Canidse 


F917 


Cannabis 


E467 


Cannaceae 


E421 


Canned Foods 


I882 


Cannel Coal 


D551 


Cannes 


R363 


Cannibalism 


G048 


Canning, Earl 


P666 


— (Food) 


I882 


Cannons 


B913 


Canoes 


B678 


Canonization 


K405 


Canon Law 


J812 


— (Music) 


C434 


— of the Bible 


K273 


Canons 


J909 


— Minor 


J910 


Canopies 


A798 


Cantal 


R563 


Cantatas 


C540 


Canteens 


B910 


Canterbury 


U802 


— Bells 


E942 


Cantharides 


F327 


Canticles 


K151 


Cantilever Bridges 


B226 


Canto Fermo 


C432 


Canton 


P472 


— River 


P473 


Cantons, Swiss 


S510-73 


Canute 


U329 


Canute. See also Knud 




Canvas 


I425 



Canvassing L281 

Canzones C502 

Caoutchouc I702 

Cape Breton Island W068 

— Coast Castle O851 

— Colony O760 

— Dutch, Language M508 

— Horn W821 

— of Good Hope O760 
Capet and Valois R040 

— House of R041 
Cape Town O761 

— Verd Islands O930 
Capillaries H029 
Capillarity D156 
Capillary Attraction D156 
Capital L940 

— Punishment L665 
Capitals (Arch.) B367 
Capitulation B989 
Cappadocia Q124 
Capparidacese E559 
Capri Q932 
Capriccios C445 
Caprices (Music) C445 
Caprification E166 
Caprifoliaceas E920 
Caps I525 
Capsicum E886 
Caps, Percussion D918 
Capsules (Bot.) E146 
Captains (Army) B861 

— (Navy) B814 

— (Ship) B771 
Captives of War B986 

— (Prisoners) L516 
Captures (Inter-Law) L421 
Capuchin Order K522 
Caracalla Q55i 
Caracas W712 
Caravan Life H793 
Caravan Routes B211 
Caraways E802 
Carbines B918 
Carbocyclic Compounds D890 
Carbo-hydrates D870 
Carbolic Acid D853 
Carbon D781 
Carbonari L180Q5 
Carbonates D420 



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Car-Car 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Car-Car 



Carbon Group 


D780 


Carbonic Acid 


D854 


Carboniferous Stratum 


D329 


Carbon Prints 


^77Z 


Carbuncles (Disease) 


H412 


— (Jewels) 


D521 


Carburettors 


C287 


Carcassonne 


R352 


Cardamoms 


E420 


Card-boards 


M866 


Card, Fortune Telling 


J541 


— Games 


H915-34 


Cardiff 


U278 


Cardigan 


U259 


Cardiganshire 


U258 


Cardinals 


J 903 


— College of 


K611 


Carding (Wool) 


I433 


Cards, Christmas 


J731 


— Easter 


J716 


— Membership 


L775 


— New Year 


J702 


— Playing 


H916 


— Show 


L865 


— Tricks 


H954 


Caretakers 


B618 


Cargoes 


B739 


Caria 


Q139 


Caribbean Sea 


W633 


Caribbee Islands 


W660 


Carib Language 


M614 


Caricaceae 


E758 


Caricature 


A636 


Caries 


G642 


Carillon 


C743 


Carinatae 


F614 


Carinthia 


S384 


Carinus 


Q572 


Carl IX. (Sweden) 


T810 


— X. — 


T814 


— XI. — 


T815 


— XII. — 


T816 


— XIII. — 


T823 


_ XIV. — 


T826 


— XV. — 


T828 


— Durazzo 


S408 


Carl. See also Karl 




Carlingford 


U115 


Carlisle 


U412 


Carlists 


R645 



Carlo Alberto (Sardinia) ' Q958 

— Emanuele I. (Sardinia) Q953 

_ _ II. _ Qggg 

— Felice — Q957 

— Luigi (Florence) Q864 
Carloman (France) R027 
Carloman (Pepin) Italy Q621 
Carlo of Anjou (Naples) Q922 
Carlos I. (Portugal) R852 

— I. (Spain) R627 

— II. — R632 

— III. — R643 

— IV. — R644 
Carlovingians R020 
Carlow County U148 

— Town U149 
Carlsruhe S916 
Carmarthen U274 
Carmarthenshire U273 
Carmelite Nuns K541 

— Order K518 
Carminatives H190 
Carnarvon U235 
Carnarvonshire U234 
Carnatic P744 
Carnations E507 
Carnelian - D528 
Carnic Alps S385 
Carniola S387 
Carnivals N223 
Carnivora F900 
Carnot (France) R136 
Carol I. (Rrmiania) Q456 
Carolina, North W308 

— South W310 
Caroline Islands P155 
Carolingian Dynasty R020 
Carols C571 
Carp F443 
Carpathian Mountains S375 
Carpathos Q137 
Carpels E130 
Carpentaria, Gulf P042 
Carpentry I311 
Carpentry and Joinery I310 
Carpet-bowls H773 
Carpets I450 
Carp-Uce F250 
Carpus G618 
Carrara Q873 



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Car-Cas 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Cas-Cat 



Carriage of Goods 


B532 


Castaways 


B757 


— Building 


B555 


Caste (Brahminism) 


K020 


Carriages, Motor 


B570 


— (Society) 


J216 


— (Railway) 


B508 


Castello Branco 


R925 


— (Vehicles) 


B554 


Castellon 


R779 


Carrick 


V354 


Castes, Half 


G045 


Carrickfergus 


U059 


Castile and Leon 


R607 


Carrick-on-Shannon 


U098 


Castile, Old 


R715 


— Suir 


U172 


— New 


R756 


Carrier Pigeons 


F627 


Castilla la Nueva 


R756 


Carriers 


B613 


— la Vieja 


R715 


Carrots 


E811 


Casting 


D642 


Carson City 


W456 


— Type 


M801-6 


Cars (Railway) 


B508 


Cast Iron 


D454 


Cars (Tramway) 


B516 


Castlebar 


U092 


Cartagena 


R776 


Castles 


B972 


Cartesianism 


J337 


Castor Oil Plant 


E672 


Carthage 


O305 


Castrametation 


B907 


Carthusian Order 


K513 


Castration 


H327 


Cartilages 


G601 


Casts, Plaster 


A793 


Cartography 


O280 


Casualties 


B992 


Cartoons 


A637 


Casuarina 


F610 


Cartridges 


D918 


Casuarinaceae 


E458 


Carts 


B561 


Casuistry 


J211 


Carving (Dining) 


I916 


Catacombs 


H662 


— ■ Ivory 


I781 


— Rome 


Q900 


— (Sculpture) 


A792 


Catalan Language 


M441 


— (Wood) 


I332 


Catalepsy 


G716 


Caryatides (Arch.) 


B366 


Catalogues. See Subjects 




Caryocaraceae 


E730 


Cataloguing 


M150-4 


Caryophyllacese 


E506 


— Alphabetical Author 


M151 


Cascara 


E705 


— Classified 


M152 


Caserta 


Q934 


— Dictionary 


M153 


Cases, Leading 


L544 


Calalonia 


K731 


Cash-Book 


A480 


Catamarca 


W808 


Cashel 


U169 


Catamenia 


H360 


Cashmere 


P705 


Catania 


Q969 


Cash Registers 


L891 


Catanzaro 


Q947 


Casimir I. (Poland) 


S151 


Cataplasmata 


G414 


— II. — 


S152 


Cataract (Eye) 


G826 


— III. — 


S157 


Catarrh 


G864 


— IV. — 


S162 


Catarrhinse 


F985 


Casimir-Perier (France) 


• R137 


Catches (Music) 


C584 


Caspian Sea 


S136 


Catechisms 


J604 


Cassava 


E673 


Catenary 


B041 


Cassel 


S767 


Cat Fish 


F442 


Cassia 


E614 


Catgut 


C615 


Cassowaries 


F612 


Cathari 


K401 


Castamouni 


Q144 


Catharine I. (Russia) 


S027 


Castanets 


C747 


— II. — 


S037 



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Cat-Cel 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Cel-Cer 



Cathartics 


H192 


Celestial Hemispheres 


C811 


Cathay 


P400 


— Motions 


C814 


Cathedrals 


J851 


Celestine I. (Pope) 


Q657 


Catherine, St., Order 


X160 


— II. — 


Q682 


Cathode Rays 


C102 


— III. — 


Q686 


Cathohc ApostoUc Church 


K951 


— IV. — 


Q689 


Cathohc Church, Orders 


K510 


— V. — 


Q694 


CathoUc Churches. See Eastern 


Celibacy 


G051 


Ch. Roman Cathohc Church 


Cells (Ecclesiastical) 


J862 


Cathohcons 


G511 


— (Electric) 


C008 


Cats 


F950-64 


— . (Prison) 


L662 


Catskill Mounts 


W241 


— Theory (Biol.) 


E003 


Cattle 


F851 


Celluloid 


I361 


— Wild 


F853 


Cellulose 


D873 


Caucasia, North 


S137 


Celtic Immigrations (U. K. 


) V502 


Caucasus 


S134 


— Languages 


M403 


— Mountains 


S135 


— Literature 


M404 


Caul 


H170 


Celts 


Q002 


Cauliflowers 


E551 


Cements (Building) 


B307 


Cauls 


H170 


— (Adhesives) 


D954 


Causation 


Jon 


Cemeteries 


H690 


Causation of Disease 


G301 


Censorship, Press 


M131 


Cause and Effect 


Jon 


Census 


L041 


Causes, Final 


J 007 


Centenarians 


G025 


Caustics 


H445 


Centipedes 


F302 


Cautery 


G577 


Central Africa 


O600— 


Caution 


J271 


— — Languages 


M209 


Cavalry 


B880 


Central America 


W600 


Cavan County 


U087 


— • India States 


P730 


— Town 


U088 


— Provinces (India) 


P842 


Cavatinas 


Cd03 


Centrifugal Force 


B031 


Cave Dwelhngs 


O150 


Centripetal Force 


B031 


Caves 


D095 


Centrolepidaceae 


E375 


Cavicornia 


F850 


Centrospermse 


E493 


Cavies 


F772 


Cephalochordia 


F401 


Cawdor 


V152 


Cephalonia 


Q389 


Cawnpur 


P831 


Cephalopoda 


F232 


Cayenne (Fr. Guiana) 


W718 


Cephalotaceae 


E573 


Caymans 


W645 


Ceram 


P243 


Caymen . 


F573 


Ceramics 


D965 


Cayuga Indians 


W083 


Ceratophyllacese 


E515 


Ceara 


W730 


Cereals 


I015 


Cebus 


F982 


Cerebellum 


G750 


Cedars 


E313 


Ceremonies (Ritual) 


J610 


Ceilings 


B339 


— (Tribal) 


L006 


Celandine 


E532 


Cerigo 


Q375 


Celastracese 


E685 


Cerium 


D447 


Celebes 


P230 


Certificates (Death) 


H651 


Celery 


E801 


— (Educ.) 


A140 


Celestial Dynamics 


C810 


Cervidae 


F843 



280 



Cer-Cha 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Cha-Cha 



Cervix 

Cesena 

Cesspools 

Cestoda (Tape Worms) 

— (Zoology) 
Cestoids 
Cetacea 

Ceuta 

Cevennes 

Ceylon 

Chaconnes 

Chad, Lake 

Chaetiferi 

Chaetognathi 

Chaetopoda 

Chailletiacese 

Chain Making 

Chairmanship 

Chairs 

— Bath 

— Sedan 
Chalcedon, Council 
Chalcedony 
Chalcography 
Chaldea 

Chaldee Lang, and Liter. 
Chalk 

— Drawing 
Challenges 
Chalons-sm'-Marne 
Chalybeate waters 
Chamba 
Chamberlains 
Chamber Music 
Chambers of Commerce 
Chambery 

Chambre des Deputes 

Chameleons 

Chamois 

— Hunting 

Chamomile 
Champagne (France) 

— (Wine) 

Chance 

— Games of 
Chancellor of Exchequer 
Chancellors, Lord 
Chancels 

Chancery 
Chances 



H349 


Chancre 


H312 


Q837 


Chancroid 


H310 


B265 


Chandeliers 


Ci40- 


H504 


Chandlers, Ship 


B750 


FiSQ 


Change of Air 


G53S 


F130 


— of Life 


H364 


F890 


Channel Islands 


U990' 


O340 


— Provinces (France) 


R201 


R341 


Chansons 


C502: 


P870 


Chants (Church Service) 


J642 


C446 


— (Music) 


C56S 


O832 


Ch'ao-sien 


P380' 


F156 


Chapbooks 


Ao6o- 


F143 


Chapel (Printing) 


M856 


F149 


Chapels 


J85S 


E668 


Chaplains 


J 900 


D673 


Chaps 


H413 


L033 


Chapter Houses 


B416 


I334 


Chapters 


M849 


B558 


Character, National 


G037 


B592 


— Personal 


G026 


K465 


Characters (Bible) 


K291 


D525 


— (Biog.) 


X073 


A717 


— Imaginary 


G028 


O029 


— Mankind 


G027 


M241 


Charades 


N231 


D376 


Charales 


E23r 


A624 


Charcoal 


I262 


L615 


— Burning 


I263 


R394 


— Drawing 


A625 


I874 


Chard 


U673 


P770 


Charente 


R285 


L222 


— Inferieure 


R281 


C760 


Charges (Clerical) 


J653 


L817 


Charging Systems (Library) 


M962 


R445 


Chariots 


B556 


L330 


Charities 


L080 


F525 


Charity (Ethics) 


J264 


F869 


— Boards 


L082 


F869 


— Sisters of 


K544 


E959 


Charkish 


O466 


R390 


Charlemagne 


R022 


I862 


— House of (H.R.E.) S611 


A441 


Charles III. (Monaco) 


R588 


H902 


- I. (U. K.) 


V552 


L901 


— II. — 


V557 


L314 


— III. (France) 


R029 


B411 


— IV. — 


R056 


L455 


— V. — 


R063 


A441 


— VI. — 


R064 



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Cha-Che 


CLASSIFl 


CATION. 


une-cm 


Charles VII. (France) 


R065 


Chemistry Electro 


D727 


— VIII. — 


R067 


— Inorganic 


D750 


— IX. — 


R074 


— Organic 


D800 


— X. — 


R113 


— Physical 


D705 


— le Chauve , 


R024 


— Thermo 


D729 


— le Gros 


R028 


Chemists (Biog.) 


X026 


— Martel 


Qoii 


— Druggists' Trade 


G440 


— the Bald 


R024 


Chemnitz 


S998 


— the Bold 


R536 


Chemulpo 


P385 


— the Fat 


R028 


Chengtu 


P468 


— See also Carl, Carlos, Karl 


Chenopodiaceae 


E494 


Charleston 


W310 


Cheques 


L956 


Charlottenburg 


S726 


Cher 


R511 


Charms 


J523 


Cherbourg 


R241 


Charobert 


S406 


Chernigov 


Sogg 


Charterhouse 


U932 


Cherokee Indians 


W083 


Charter Party 


B738 


Cherries 


E608 


Charters 


M703 


Cheshire 


U520 


Chartists 


V568 


Chess 


H935 


Chartres 


R517 


Chest 


G609 


Chartreuse 


I842 


Chester 


U522 


Charts 


O280 


Chesterfield 


U582 


Chart Work (Navig.) 


B697 


Chestnuts 


E455 


Chase 


H830 


Chests (Furniture) 


I326 


Chastity 


J276 


Cheviot Hills 


V381 


Chateauroix 


RS14 


Cheyenne 


W431 


Chathsim 


U803 


Chiapas 


w^eo 


Chatillon 


R543 


Chibcha Language 


M605 


Chau Dynasty 


P404 


Chicago 


W362 


— Later 


P416 


Chichester 


U792 


Chaumont 


R400 


Chichi mecs 


W503 


Cheating 


J246 


Chickasaw Indians 


W087 


Checkers 


H936 


Chicken-pox 


H534 


Cheerfulness 


J260 


Chicory 


E967 


Cheese 


I068 


Chieti 


Q913 


Cheetahs 


FqsS 


Chihuahua 


V'53i 


Ch6hkiang 


P452 


Chilblains 


H413 


Cheiromancy 


J 5-1 3 


Childbirth 


H370 


Cheiroptera 


F740 


Childebert I. (France) 


R008 


Chelmsford 


U851 


— II. — 


R008 


Chelonia 


F504 


— III. — 


Roio 


Chelsea 


U905 


Childeric I. (France) 


R007 


— Pottery 


D982 


— II. — 


Roio 


Cheltenham 


U663 


— III. — 


R012 


Chemical Action 


D715 


Childhood 


G113 


— Affinity 


D715 


Child Labour 


Gtio 


— Physiology 


E024 


Children 


Giio 


Chemicals 


D901 


— (Biog.) 


X046 


Chemical Technology 


P900 


1 — Diseases of 


H392 


Chemistry 


D700 


— Rearing of 


H393 



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Chi-Chl 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Chl-Chr 



Children's Books 

— Crusade 

— Games 

— Libraries 
Child Stealing 
Chile 

Chili 

— Pines 
Chilognatha 
Chilopoda 
Chiltern Hills 
Chimes (Clock) 
Chimneys 
Chimney Stacks 

— Sweeping 
Chimpanzees 
China 

China Aster 

China, French Indo- 

— Proper 

— Wall of 
Chin cough 
Chin Dynasty 
Chinese Architectm-e 

— Empire 

— Language 

— Literature 

— Painting 

— Printing 

— Turkestan 
Chinuk Language 
Chioggia 

Chios 

Chippenham 

Chipping Norton 

Chiquita Language 

Chirography 

Chiromancy 

Chiropody 

Chiroptera 

Chirurgic 

Chisels 

Chishima 

Chittagong Language 

Chivalry 

— Courts of 
Chlaenaceje 
Chloial 

Chloranthaceae 
Chlorination 



M971 
O057 
H970-76 
M970 
L619 
W830 
W8jo 
E310 
F390 
F302 
U723 
D288 
C215 
C216 
C215 
F994 
P400 

E953 
P510 

P430 
P436 
H529 
P411 

B453 
P400 

M343 
M346 
A654 
M773 
P495 
M654 
Q820 
Q136 
U743 
U72S 
M612 
M730 
J543 
H415 
F740 
G570 
B154 
P375 
M334 
X119 
X090 

E733 
D823 
E436 
D607 



Chlorine D756 

Chloroform D824 

Chlorophyceae E226 

Chlorophyll E117 

Chlorosis H008 

Chocolate E724 

Choctaw Indians W087 
Choir-masters J 935 

Choirs (Archit.) ' B410 

Choir Training C511 

Choke Damp D626 

Cholagogues H194 
Cholera H535-38 

Chondrostei F432 

Chorales C569 

Choral Practice C510 

— Service C552 

Chordata F400 

Chords (Music) C429 

Chorea G719 

Chorley U487 

Choroiditis G827 

Choruses C580 

Chota Nagpur P817 

Chrestomathies M082 
Christ K300 — 

Christchurch (Hants.) U770 

— (N. Z.) P092 

Christening J 614 

Christian I. (Denmark) T511 

— n. - T513 

— HL - T515 

— IV. - T517 

— V. - T519 

— VI. — T521 

— VII. — T523 

— VIII. — T525 

— IX. — T527 

Christian Brothers K523 

— Churches and Sects K400 

— Dogma K322 

— Early, Church K401 

— Endeavour Societv K952 

— Era " O018 

Christiania City T700 

— District T701 
Christianity Kioi 

— and Science K323 

— Unity K380 
Christian Names M072-74 



283 



Chr-Chu 


CLASSIFI 


CATION. 


Chu-Cit 


Christian Religions 


Kioo 


Church Property 


J840 


— Sabbath 


J761 


— Services 


J611 


Christiansand 


T712 


— Schools 


A162 


Christian Scientists 


K953 


Churchwardens 


J933 


— Theology 


K320 


Church Work 


J870 


Christmas 


J730 


Churchyards 


H690 


— Cards 


J73i 


Churns 


I067 


— Eve 


J729 


Chyle 


H105 


— Island 


P465 


Chyme 


H106 


Christology 


K300-81 


Cibuny Language 


M617 


Christopher II. (Denmark) T506 


Cidaridae 


F180 


— III. — 


T509 


Cider 


I870 


Chromates 


D427 


Cigars and Cigarettes 


I712 


Chromatics 


C120 


Ciha (Biol.) 


E049 


Chromatic Scales 


C408 


Ciliata 


F070 


Chromatography 


M853 


Cilicia 


Q123 


Chromium 


D460 


Cilioflagellata 


F062 


Chromolithography 


A731 


Cinchona 


E91.5 


Chronicles (Bible) 


K141 


Cincinnati 


W353 


Chronograms 


O075 


Cinematics 


B021 


Chronographs 


C830 


Cinematography 


A786 


Chronologies 


O070 


Cinerary urns 


H661 


Chronology 


O070-84 


Cinnabar 


D496 


Chronometers 


D291 


Cinnamon 


E540 


Chrotta 


C605 


Cinque Ports 


U823 


Chrysanthemum Order 


X187 


Cintra 


R935 


Chrysanthemums 


E960 


Ciphers 


M748 


Chiin Chi Ch'u 


L356 


Circassia 


S141 


Chungking 


P469 


Circassian Language 


M351 


Chung Kwoh 


P400 


Circles 


A507 


Chur 


S550 


— Squaring 


A508 


Church 


Kooo — 


Circuit Courts 


L463 


— Almanac 


O080 


Circulation (Biol.) 


E025 


— and State 


J810 


— (Human) 


Hon 


— Collections 


J848 


Circumcision 


H336 


— Doctrine 


J60G— 


Circumnavigations 


O250 


Churches and Sects 


Kooo — 


Circumstantial Evidence 


L521 


Churches (Buildings) 


J852 


Circumvallation 


B977 


— of Christ 


K954 


Circuses 


N243 


Church Government 


J 600 — 


Cirrhosis 


H148 


— History 


O002 


Cirripedia 


F256 


— Institutions 


J 600 — 


Cistacese 


E746 


— Membership 


J619 


Cistercian Order 


K514 


— of England 


K750 


Cisterns 


D148 


— Officers 


J 937 


Cities (Administration) 


L377 


— of Ireland 


K780 


— and Towns (Hist.) 


O235 


— of Jesus Christ 


K955 


— Freedom of 


L024 


— of Scotland 


K901 


— Garden 


L067 


— Patronage 


J895 


Citizens 


L023 


— Polity 


J800 


Citizenship 


L023 



284 



Cit-Cla 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Cla-Cle 



Citric Acid 

Citrons 

Citterns 

City of London 

City State 

Ciudad Real 

— Rodrigo 
Civic Rights 
Civil Engineering 

— History 
Civility 
Civilization 
Civil Law 

— Liberty 

— Orders of Knighthood 

— Rights 

— Service 

— Trials 



— Wars. See Countries 
Civitavecchia 
Clackmannan 
Clackmannanshire 
Cladocera 

Claim, Statement of 

Clairvoyance 

Clams 

Clang 

Clans 

Clap 

Clapham 

Clare 

Clarets 

Clarinet 

Clarinet Bass 

Clarino 

Clarionet 

— Bass 
Clarions 
Classes, Bible 

— (Educ.) 
, — Sunday 
Classical Education 

— Geography 

— Greek Language 

— — Literature 
Classicism 

Classic Latin Language 

— — Literature 
Classics 
Classification 



D855 
E652 
C631 

U925 
L203 

R757 
R712 
L022 
B200 
Oooi 
J216 
G040-42 

L434 
L021 
X116 
L022 

L359 
L503 

Q887 
V271 
V270 
F248 
L536 
G772 
F209 
C306 
Vioi 
H308 
U969 
U161 
I863 
C697 
C698 
C661 
C697 
C698 
C661 

J874 
A112 

J873 
A121 
O210 
M457 
M458 

J 107 
M425 
M426 
M420 
A320 



Claudius L (Rome) 

— IL — 
Clavecin 
Clavichord 
Clavicle 

Claws 

Clays (Geol.) 
Clays (Pottery) 
Cleaning, Dry 
Cleaning, House 

— Materials 
Cleanliness 

Clearing houses (Banking) 

— — (Railway) 
Cleavage (Geol.) 

Clefs 

Cleft Palate 

Clematis 

Clement I. (Pope) 

— n. — 

— HL — 

— IV. — 

— V. — 

— VL - 

— VI L (Anti-pope) 

— VIII. — 

— VII (Pope) 

— VIII. — 

— IX. — 

— X. — 

— XL — 

— XII. — 

— XIII. — 

— XIV. — 
Clementines 
Cleopatra I. 
Cleopatra and Antony 
Clerestory 

Clergy 

— (Biography) 

— Benefit of 

— Regular 
^ Secular 

Clerical Office 

— Officers 

— Orders 
Clerkenwell 
Clerks 

— • Magistrates 

— of the Peace 



Q534 

Q565 

C645 

C644 

G613 

F008 

. JD373 

D966 

I473 

I943 

D961 

H625 

L957 
B542 

D313 
C411 
H117 
E530 
Q654 
Q654 
O679 
Q691 
Q696 
Q69Q 
Q704 
Q711 
Q722 

Q732 
Q738 
Q739 
Q743 
Q746 
Q748 

Q749 
K241 

O427 
O429 
B419 
J890-928 
X039 
J950 
J920 
J 902 

J891 
J900 
J892 
U931 
L138 
L479 
L477 



285 



Cle-Clu 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Clu-Gof 



Clerks of Works 


B358 


— Town 


L394 


Clermont-Ferrand 


R562 


Clethracese 


E815 


Cleveland 


W354 


— Bays (Horses) 


F823 


— Grover (U. S.) 


W138 


Climacteric Diseases 


G307 


Climate 


D240 


— Cures 


G537 


Climatology 


D200 


Climbing 


H733-35 


— Plants 


E162 


Clinics 


G350 


Clippings 


N312 


Clitheroe 


U488 


Clitoris 


H358 


Clive, Lord 


P661 


Clock-Making 


D280 


— Trades 


D296 


Clocks 


D292 


Clodius 


R005 


Clogs 


I764 


Cloisters 


B414 


Clones 


U075 


Clonmel 


U167 


Close Times (Game) 


H823 


Closets 


B266 


Clotaire I. (France) 


R008 


— II. — 


R009 


— Ill -IV. (France) 


Roio 


Cloth 


I400 


Cloth -Binding 


M891 


Clothes 


Ijoi 


Clo thiers 


I502 


Clothing 


I501 


— Trades 


I500-62 


Cloth Merchants 


I503 


Clotted Cream 


I064 


Clouds 


D210 


Clovers 


E622 


Cloves 


E787 


Clo vis I. (France) 


R008 


— II. — 


Roio 


Clowns 


N249 


Club Foot 


G637 


Club Mosses 


E295 


Clubs, Indian 


H715 


— Slate ^ 


L173 


— (Social) 


I970 



Clubs (Weapons) 


B932 


Cluniac Order 


K512 


Clyde, Firth of 


V318 


— River 


V317 


Clydesdale Horses 


F823 


Clypeastroidea 


F181 


Clysters 


G517 


Cneoraceae 


E647 


Cnidaria 


F105 


Coachbuilding 


B555 


Coaches 


B554 


" Coaches " (Tutors) 


A157 


Coaching 


B612 


Coachmen 


B611 


Coahuila 


W532 


Coal 


D551 


Coaling Stations (Navy) 


B835 


Coal Tar Derivatives 


D905 


Coarse Fish, Angling 


I733 


Coastguard 


B837 


Coast Plants 


E158 


Coatbridge 


V313 


Coats of Arms 


X082 


Cobalt 


D458 


Coblentz 


S780 


Cobras 


F558 


Coburg 


S863 


Coca 


E643 


Coccidae 


F354 


Coccidiae 


F082 


Cochin 


P745 


— China 


P514 


Cochineal 


F354 


Cockatoos 


F657 


Cock-fighting 


F623 


Cockles 


F212 


Cockroaches 


F311 


Cock-shy 


H790 


Cocoa 


E724 


— Nut 


E364 


Cocos Islands 


P460 


Cod 


F461 


Codes. See Law, etc. 




Codices (Bible) 


■K112 


Codification of Law 


L436 


Cod Liver Oil 


D936 


Coelenterata 


F105 


Coelhelminthes 


F142 


Coffee 


E917 



286 



Cof-Col 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Col-Col 



Cofiee Houses 

— Stalls 
Coffer Dams 
Coffin Plates 
Coffins 
Cognition 
Cog Wheels 
Cohahuila 
Coherers 

Cohesion (Physics) 
Coils, Induction 
Coimbra 
Coinage (Money) 

— Numismatics 
Coin-freed Apparatus 
Coins 

Coire 

Coition 

Coke 

Colchester 

Colchis 

Cold 

Cold Compresses 

Colds 

Cold Storage 

Coleoptera 

Coleraine 

Colic 

Colima 

Collars 

Collected Works 

Collections 

Collector's Manuals. See 

Collects 

College of Cardinals 

Colleges 

College Songs 

Collie Dogs 

Collieries 

Colliers 

Collisions 

Collodions 

Collotype 

Colmar 

Colne 

Colocynth 

Cologne 

Coloman 

Colombia (1819) 

Colombia (1871) 



I985 
I986 

D145 
H664 

H663 
Joio 
B042 

W532 
B638 

B0I2 

Coio 
R923 
L870 
L895 

L857- 
L869-97 

S550 
H302 

D551 

U852 
S148 
C244 
G520 
G864 
C247 
F320 
U056 
H176 
W556 

I511 
A003 
Aooi-03 
Subjects 

J634 
K611 
A130 
C594 
F933 
D552 

D555 
A404 

G415 

A737 
S893 
U489 

E934 

S771 

S401 

W702 

W705 



Colombo 


P875 


Colon 


H160-4 


Colonels 


B859 


Colonial Army 


B848 


— Expansion 


V653 


— Legislatures 


L322 


— Literature 


M531 


— Offices 


L361 


Colonies (British) 


V650 


— Labour 


L158 


Colonization 


L087 


Colonnades 


B386 


Colonsay 


V210 


Colophons 


M848 


Colorado (U. S.) 


W435 


Coloration (Biol.) 


E077 


— (Botany) 


E132 


— (Ethnol.) 


G019 


— (Zool.) 


E077 


Colorimetric Analysis 


C253 


Colossians 


K219 


Colotomy 


H165 


Colour 


C120 


Colour Blindness 


G814 


Coloured Races 


G046 


Colouring 


l470' 


Colour-Photography 


A782 


— Printing 


M853 


— — Three 


M854 


— Sense 


G813 


Colours, Artist's 


D947 


Colours (Manufacture) 


D946 


— of Animals 


E077 


— of Flowers 


E132 


— of Mankind 


G019 


— (Optics) 


C120-30 


— Paints, etc., General D945 


Colour Trades 


D960 


Colporteurs 


J885 


Coltsfoot 


E962 


Colubriformia 


F556 


Columbates 


D424 


Columbia 


Wioo 


— District (U. 


S.) W280 


- (S. C.) 


W311 


Columbinse 


F625 


Columbines 


E527 


Columbus 


W010-14 


- (0.) 


W352 


Columelliacese 


E902: 



287 



Col-Com 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Com-Con 



Columns (Arch.) 


B366 


— Flying (Milit.) 


B963 


Coma 


G718 


Comanche Indians 


W088 


Combat, Judicial 


L506 


Comb-bearers 


F124 


Combinations (Arith.) 


A414 


— (Commercial) 


L823 


— (Trades) 


L161 


Combretaceae 


E789 


Combs 


I792 


Combustion 


C201 


Comedo 


H409 


Comedies 


N211 


Comets 


C920 


Comic 


J115 


— Operas 


C773 


— Songs 


C593 


Comines 


T325 


Comino 


Q045 


Commanders-in-Chief 


B856 


— (Navy) 


B815 


Commandments 


K131 


Command of the Sea 


B802 


Commelinacese 


E382 


Commentaries. See Subjects 




Commerce 


L800 


— Boards of 


L801 


— Chambers of 


L817 


Commercial Biography 


X047 


— Crises 


L815 


— Travellers 


L859 


— Travelling 


L858 


Commissariat 


B897 


Commissionaires 


B617 


Commissions (Army) 


B855 


— (Navy) 


B812 


— (Prices) 


L812 


— Secret 


L554 


Committees 


L134 


Commodus 


Q548 


Common Carriers 


B613 


— Juries 


L513 


— Law 


L432 


— Lodging Houses 


I983 


— of Turbary 


L725 


•Commonplace 


J116 


— Books 


N313 


Commons (Land) 


L740 


— House of 


L311 



Common Soldiers B867 

Commonwealth V553 

Commonwealths, Ideal L241 

Commune (France) R132 

Communes, Age of Q635 

Communication B600 

— Lines of (War) B962 
Communion J617 
Communism L238 
Communists L238 
Communities, Village L734 
Como Q810 
Comoro Islands O557 
Companies, General L820 

— Hi storical Trading L8 1 9 

— Joint Stock L822 

— Limited Liability L821 
Company (Regimental) B877 
Comparative Medicine Iioo 
Compass B699 

— Plant E954 
Compensation L681 
Competition L800 
Competitive Examinations A136 
Composers X019 
Compositas E950 
Composite Architecture B465 
Composition (Literary) M042 

— (Music) C436 

— (Printing) M830 
Compositors M856 
Compounding Felonies L608 
Compressed Air D260 
Compresses G520 
Compressing Machinery B130 
Compromise L414 
Compulsory Education A104 
Comte J361 
Concealment of Birth L566 

— Pregnancy L565 
Concepcion W834 
Conception (Human) H341 

— Immaculate K315 
Concerted Vocal Music C580 
Concertina C718 
Concertos C754 
Concert Pitch C308 
Concerts C790 
Conchifera F207 
Conchology F201 



288 



Con-Con 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Con-Con 



Conciliation 


1 413 


Conicoids 


A504 


Conclaves, Papal 


K610 


Conies 


A502 


Concordances 


A004 


Conic Sections 


A509 


Concord (Mass) 


W206 


Coniferse 


E308 


Concrete 


B311 


Coniferales 


E307 


Concubinage 


G092 


Conjugal Rights 


G067 


Concussion of Brain 


G752 


Conjugatae 


E230 


Condensation (Chemistry) 


D712 


Conjugation 


M020 


Condensed Milk 


I065 


Conjunctions 


M029 


Condensers (Electric) 


C008 


Conjunctiva 


G808 


— (Steam) 


C273 


Conjunctivitis 


G809 


Condensing Machinery 


C248 


Conjuring 


H952 


Condiments 


I880 


Connaraceae 


E609 


Conducting (Music) 


C531 


Connaught 


U090 


Conduction (Electric) 


Con 


Connecticut 


W235 


Conduct of Life 


J216 


Connecting Rods 


B177 


Conduits 


D147 


Connective Tissue 


G645 


Cones 


A502 


Conquest, Norman 


U335 


Confectioners 


I936 


Conrad. See Konrad 




Confectionery 


I920 


Conrad and Isabella 


Q241 


Confections 


G416 


Consanguinity 


G065 


Confederate States (U. S.) 


W113 


Conscience 


J210 


Confederation of Cent. America W6oi 


Consciousness 


Joio 


— — the Rhine S672 


Conscription 


B853 


Confervoideae 


E229 


Consecration (Church) 


J864 


Confession 


J623 


Conservatives 


L251 


— Auricular 


J623 


Conservatories 


I242 


Confessional 


J623 


Consignments 


L850 


— Albums 


X205 


Consistory Courts 


J813 


Confession of Faith (West.) 


K902 


Consolation 


J289 


Confession, Seal of 


J624 


Consolidated Funds 


L906 


Confessions (Law) 


L525 


Consols 


L906 


— of Faith 


J605 


Consonants 


M013 


Confidence Trick 


L641 


Conspiracies 


O093 


Confinement, Solitary 


L664 


Constables 


L655 


Confirmation 


J618 


Constance 


S917 


Conflagrations 


C230 


Constans 


Q577 


Confucianism 


K050 


— Lake of 


S918 


Confucius 


K051 


Constance, Council 


K479 


Congenital Diseases 


G302 


Constantine (Algeria) 


O356 


Congleton 


U524 


— (Pope) 


Q665 


Conglomerate 


D351 


— the Great (Rome) Q577 


Congo Free State 


O650 


— I.-II. (Byz.) 


Q323 


— French 


O670 


— III. — 


Q324 


— River 


O651 


— IV.— V. 


Q326 


Congregations 


J832 


_ VI.— VIII. 


Q328 


Congregational Church 


K810 


— IX.— XI. 


Q329 


— Union 


K811 


— XII.— 


Q339 


Congress (U. S.) 


L325 


Constantine Palffiologus 


Q339 


Congresses 


A007 


Constantinople 


Qioi 



Con-Con 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Con-Cor 



Constantinople Councils 

K463, 466-67, 471 

— Patriarchate K433 
Constantius I. (Rome) G575 

- 11. - Q578 

Constipation H174 

Constitutional Diseases H551 

— Monarchy L212 
Constitutions L202 
Consular Service L409 
Consulate (France) R104 
Consuls L409 

— of Rome Q522 

Consultants LiSQ 

Consumption (Phthisis) G952 

— (Political Economy) L103 
Contacts (Mechanics) B102 
Contagion G359 
Contempt of Court L469 
Continence J 276 
Continental Saxon Language M509 
Continents D090 
Continued Fever H513 
Contortae E843 
Contortionists H738 
Contraband of War L421 
Contrabass C613 
Contraction (Physics) Boii 
Contractions (Writing) M732 
Contracts L700 

— Sale L837 
Contralto voice C524 
Contributory negligence L574 
Control, State L261 
Contusions H581 
Conundrums H958 
Convalescence G543 
Convalescent Homes G544 
Convention (^Esthetics) J 105 
Convention (French) Rioi 
Conventions (Church) J 823 
Convents J 861 
Conversation M183 
Conversations, Imaginary N233 
Conversaziones H990 
Conveyancing L772 
Convict Labour Li55 
Convicts L675 
Convolvulaceae E861 
Convolvulus E863 



Convulsions 


G720 


Conway 


U237 


Cookery 


I910 


— Maigre 


I912 


Cooks 


I917 


Cook Islands 


PlOI 


Coolie Labour 


L157 


Cooling 


C245 


Coomassie 


O856 


Cooperages 


I350 


Co-operation 


L162 



Co-operative Loan Societies L958 

Coopers ;l350 

Coorg P844 

— Language M326 

Copaiba E616 

Copelatse F404 

Copenhagen T561 

Copepoda F250 

Copper D468 

— Standard (Money) L874 
Copper-engraving A717 
Copper group D467 
Copperhead Snakes F562 
Copper Standards L874 
Copra E364 
Coptic Church K437 

— Language M224 

— Literature M225 
Copts O400.578 
Copulation (Biol.) E065 

— (Human) H302 
Copy-books M742 
Copyhold L721 
Copying (Drawing) A611 

— (Photo.) A780 

— Processes M740 
Copyright M140 
Corallina E225 
Corals F120 
Cor-Anglais C706 
Corbels B379 
Corbel-Tables B380 
Corboda R766 
Cordage I42& 
Cord and Caterary B041 
Cordials I838 
Cordiateae E302 
Cordilleras W840 
Cordite D914 



290 



Cor-Cor 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Cor-Cou 



Cordova (Argentina) 

— (Spain) 
Cord, Spinal 

— Sympathetic 
Corea 

Corfu 
Coriander 
Coriariacese 
Corinth 

— and Argolis 
Corinthian Architecture 
Corinthians I., II. 
Corisco 
Cork (Ireland) Co. 

— Town 
Cork (Tree) 
Cormorants 
Corn 

— Indian 
Cornaceae 
Cornea 

Cornehus Agrippa 
Cornet 
Cornetto 
Cornflowers 
Cornices 

Cornish Language 
Corns 

Cornwall 

— Duchy of 
Coromandel Coast 
Coronations 
Coroners 
Coronets 
Corporals 

Corporations, Municipal 
Corps, Army 
Corpulence 
Corpuscles (Blood) 
Correcting for Press 
Correction, Houses of 
Corrections (Astron.) 
Correspondence (Liter.) 

— (Biography) 

Correze 
Corrientes 
Corrosion (Metal) 
Corrupt Practices 
Corsairs, Barbary 
Corse 



W8ii 


Corsets 


I514 


R766 


Corsica 


R380. 


G709 


Cortez 


W505 


G797 


Coruna 


R702 


P380 


Corundum 


D514 


Q388 


Corunna 


R702 


E810 


Corvettes 


B828 


E679 


Corvinus, Matthias 


S415 


Q369 


Corvo, House of 


T825 


Q368 


Coryza 


G864 


B462 


Cosenza 


Q948 


K215 


Cosimo di Medici I. 


Q852 


O681 


— n. 


Q855 


U182 


— III. 


Q857 


U183 


Cosmetics 


H466 


E457 


Cosmic Dust 


D203 


F643 


Cosmogony Mosaic 


K126 


E352-54 


Cosmography 


C801 


E347 


Cosmology 


J004 


E812 


Cossacks 


Sooi 


G805 


Cost Accounts 


A475 


J343 


Costa Rica 


W620 


C665 


Costermongers 


L853 


C664 


Costiveness 


H174 


E966 


Costs (Law) 


L542 


B372 


Costume, Military 


B936 


M409 


Costumes 


I600-15, 


H414 


C6te d'Or 


R541 


U705 


Cotes-du-Nord 


R255. 


U706 


Cotopaxi, Mount 


W753. 


P743 


Cottages (Arch.) 


B433 


O088 


Cotton Manufacture 


I410-16 


H653 


Cotton Plant 


E719 


I652 


Couches 


I337 


B866 


Cougars 


F961 


L376 


Cough 


G340- 


B874 


Cough Sedatives 


G963 


H102 


Councillors-at-Law 


L483. 


H002-3 


^ (Municipal) 


L393 


M837 


Council, Privy 


L315 


Clio 


Councils (Church) 


J820. 


C955 


— (Ecumenical 


K641 


Miio 


— General 


K470 


X 


— of Catholic Church K460 


R553 


— Protestant 


K701 


W806 


— Rural 


L374 


M658 


Counterfeiting Coins 


L887 


L554 


Counterpoint 


C431 


O321 


Counterpoises 


B175 


R380 


Countervailing Duties 


L920' 



291 



Cou-Cra 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Cra-Cri 



Countess of Huntingdon's ( 
Counties 

Counting-out Games 
Country 

— Dances 

— Housing 

— Life 
Counts 
County Boroughs 

— Councils 

— Courts 
Coup d'Etat (France) 
Couplings (Mechanics) 

— (Railway) 
Courage 
Courantes 
Courland 
Coursing 

Court, Bankruptcy 
Courtesy 
Courtezans 
Court of Arches 
Court Officials 

— of Session 

— Procedure (Law) 
Courtrai 
Courtship 
Courts, Marine 

— Martial 

— of Appeal 

— of Chivalry 

— of Law 

— Police 

— (Royal) 
Cousin (V.) 
Cousins 
Couza 

Covenanters 
Coventry 

Coverture (Marriage) 
Covetousness 
Cowardice 
Cowbridge 
Cowes 
Cow-pox 
Cowries 
Cowslips 
Cows, Milk 
Crab Lice 
Crabs 



Con. K956 


Cracow 


S374 


L366 


Crail 


V28; 


H974 


Cramming (Educ.) 


A139 


L064 


Cramp 


G662 


C470 


— Writer's 


G563 


L063 


Cranberries 


E822 


L064 


Cranes (Birds) 


F650 


X106 


— (Mechanics) 


B118 


L378 


Cranial Nerves 


G707 


L367 


Craniidce 


F167 


L461 


Craniology (Biol.) 


E021 


R119 


— (Ethnol.) 


G018 


B177 


Cranks (Mechanics) 


B176 


B510 


Crannoges 


O152 


J256 


Crassulacese 


E572 


C447 


Crassus 


Q527 


S079 


Craters 


D071 


F943 


Crayfish 


F268 


L848 


Crayon Drawing 


A626 


J259 


Cream 


I063 


G094 


— Clotted 


I064 


J814 


Creation (Biol.) 


E007 


L220 


— (Metaphysics) 


J005 


L458 


Creator 


K324 


L466 


Creches 


H396 


T327 


Crdcy 


R227 


G057 


Credit 


L882 


B785 


Creditors 


L847 


B842 


Credulity 


J262 


L453 


Creeds 


J603 


X090 


Creek Indians 


W087 


L451-69 


Crefeld 


S781 


L653 


Cremation 


H661 


L215 


Crematories 


H661 


J360 


Cremona 


Q8n 


G087 


Creosote 


E646 


Q455 


Cresses, Indian 


E557 


V552 


— Water 


E556 


U613 


Crests 


X093 


G061 


Cretaceous Stratum 


D340 


J231 


Crete 


Qui 


J227 


Cretinism 


H565 


U283 


Creuse 


R556 


U778 


Crewe 


U525 


H533 


Crewel Work 


I550 


F225 


Crews 


B776 


E832 


Cribbage 


H931 


F858 


Cricket 


H751 


F355 


Crickets 


F315 


F269 


Crieff 


V233 



292 



Cri-Cro 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Cro-Cul 



Cries, War 


X096 


Crime 


L600 


Crimea 


Siii 


Crimean War 


S112 


Crimes, Detection of 


L651 


Criminal Law 


L601 


— Libel 


L576 


— Lunatics 


G775 


Criminals 


L604 


- (Biog.) 


X041 


— Elimination of 


L605 


Criminal Trials 


L502 


Criminology 


L600 


Crimping 


B779 


Crinoidea 


F173 


Crinolines 


I605 


Cripples 


0649 


Crises, Commercial 


L815 


Criticism, Biblical 


K270 


Criticism, Literary 


M120 


— (Biography) 


X 


Cma Gora 


Q4I0 


Croatia 


S455 


Croatian Language 


M474 


Crochet Work 


I547 


Crockery 


D965 


Crockets 


B38I 


Crocodile River 


0735 


Crocodiles 


F57I 


Crocodilia 


F570 


Crocuses 


E4I0 


Croesus 


0042 


Cromarty (Town) 


VI38 


— and Ross 


VI30 


Cromartyshire 


VI37 


Cromlechs 


OI55 


Cromwell 


V556 


Crops 


I0I3-3I 


— Rotation 


I0I4 


Croquet 


H77I 


Cross 


J97I 


Crossbills 


F665 


Crossbows 


B940 


Crosse, La 


H700 


Crosses, Market 


B445 


Cross-Examination 


L523 


Crossing, Racial 


G044 


Crossopterygii 


F43I 


Croton 


E67I 


Croton Oil 


E67I 



Croup H525 

Crow Indians W086 

Crown Duties 1 213 

— Lands L742 

— of India, Order X131 

— of Italy X156 

— Privileges L214 
Crowns I652 
Crows F672 
Croydon U832 
Crucibles C207 
Cruciferse E547 
Crucifix J 971 
Crucifying L688 
Cruelty J 239 

— to Animals F003 
Cruisers B827 
Cruising B695 
Crusades O057 
Crushing Machines B130 
Crustacea F241 
Crust of the Earth Dooi 
Crutches G587 
Crwth C605 
Cryptogamic Botany E200 
Cryptogams, Vascular E280 
Cryptography M748 
Cryptorchism H321 
Crystal D989 
Crystal-Gazing J542 
Crystalline Schists D381 
Crystallography D400-4 
Crystalloids D708 
Csardas C471 
Ctenophora F124 
Cuba W641 
Cubics A502 
Cubomedusae F118 
Cuckoos F658 
Cucumbers E935 

— Sea F190 

Cucurbitaceae E931 

Cuenca ^758 

Cueva Language M616 

Cuirassiers B882 

Culdees K528 

CuUen V162 

Culross V234 

Cultivated Plants i I224 

Cultivation (Biol.) E070 



293 



Cul-Cya 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Cyc-Dai 



Culture Aioo 

— Self A129 
Cumacia F270 
Cumberland U411 

— Presbyterian Church K931 
Cumbraes V225 
Cuneo Q803 
Cuniform Writing M711 
Cunningham V355 
Cunoniaceae E579 
Cupar (Fife) V281 
Cup-blown instruments C655 
Cupolas B408 
Cupping (Surgery) G578 
Cupressineae E320 
Cura9oa (Island) W676 

— (Liqueur) I843 
Curates J913 
Cures (Medical) G500 
Cures (Ministers) J911 
Curiosity J 243 
Curling H777 
Curragh U131 
Currants E577 
Currency L870 

— Deposit L884 
Currents (Electric) C003 

— (Ocean) D120 
Curricula A131 
Cursing L561 
Cursores F606 
Curtains I341 
Curvature, Spinal G604 
Curves A50C1 
Curvilinear Geometry A507 
Curzon, Lord P680 
Custom Houses L925 
Customs (National) Loio-ii 

— (Revenue) L925 
Cutch P736 
Cutlery D679 
Cutting Machinery B133 
Cutting-out (Dressmakers) I561 

— (Tailors) I530 
Cuttings Books N312 
Cuttle Fish F237 
Cyanide Process D608 
Cyanides D858 
Cyanogen D774 
Cyanophyceae E208 



Cycadaceae 


E304 


Cycadales 


E303 


Cyclades 


Q380 


Cyclamens 


E834 


Cyclanthaceae 


E368 


Cycles (Loco.) 


B580 


— (Time) 


O072 


Cycling 


B584 


Cyclones 


D221 


Cyclopjedias 


Aooo 


Cyclops 


F250 


Cyclostomata 


F412 


Cylinders (Steam) 


C274 


Cymbals 


C746 


Cymric Language 


M403 


— Literature 


M404 


Cynicism 


J319 


Cynics 


J319 


Cynocephalus 


F986 


Cynocrambaceae 


E500 


Cyperaceae 


E357 


Cyphers 


M748 


Cypresses 


E321 


Cyprus 


Q042 


— Patriarchate 


K439 


Cyrenaica 


O381 


Cyrillaceffi 


E680 


Cyrus 


P901 


Cystidea 


F176 


Cystitis 


H211 


Cystofiagellata 


F063 


Cysts 


H558 


Cytology 


E003 


Czars of Moscovy 


Soio 


— Russia 


S025 


Czech Language 


M478 


— Literature 


M479 


Czernowitz 


S376 


Czestochowa 


S192 


Dachshunds 


F930 


Dacia 


S400 


Dacoits 


P600 


Daggers 


B925 


Daghestan 


S144 


Dagobert (France) 


R009 


Daguerreotypes 


A768 


Dahlias 


E958 


Dahomey 


O836 


Dai Han 


P380 



294 



Dai-Dan CLASSIF 

Dairies I060 

Dairy Fanning I060 

— Trade I070 
Daisies E951 

— Michaelmas E952 
Dakahlieh O467 
Dakota W401 

— Indians W086 

— Language M659 

— North W402 

— South W404 
Dalhousie, Marquis of P665 
Dalkeith V334 
Dalmatia S393 
Dalny P487 
Daltonism G814 
Damage, Malicious L642 
Damages L580 
Daman F884 
Damaraland O712 
Damascus Q184 
Damask I421 
Damasus I. (Pope) Q655 

— II. — Q676 

Damietta O463 

Damnation K366 

Damp Choke D626 

— Fire D630 
Dams D145 
Dance Forms (Music) C465 
Dancers H984 
Dances (Music) C465-97 
Dances (Steps) H981 
Dancing H980 
Dandelions E968 
Dandriff H416 
Danes T401 
Danes, Great (Dogs) F938 
Dangerous Classes L604 

— Trades L124 
Daniel (Ireland) U012 

— (Book of) K157 
Danish Greenland T580 

— Language M547 

— Literature M548 

— Orders X163 

— Painting A672 

— Printing M787 

— West Indies W677 
Danmark T500 



^ATION. 


Dan-Dea 


Dannebrog (Order) 


X165 


Dantzig 


S720 


Danube River 


S330 


Danzig 


S720 


Dardanelles 


Q104 


Dardui Language 


M262 


Darfur 


O489 


Darien, Isthmus of 


W707 


Darius I. (Persia) 


P904 


— II. — 


P910 


— III. — 


P914 


Dark Ages 


Q000.13 


Darkness 


C145 


Dark Rooms (Photo.) 


A764 


Darling River 


P051 


Darlington 


U418 


Darmstadt 


S927 


Dars'ana 


J304 


Dartmoor 


U691 


Dartmouth 


U695 


Darwen 


U490 


Darwinism 


E008 


Dasyurus 


F711 


Dates (Chronology) 


O074 


— (Fruit) 


E363 


Datiscaceae 


E762 


Dauphine 


R430 


Daventry 


U623 


David I. (Scotland) 


V013 


— II. — 


V024 


— ap Llewellyn 


U224 


— ap Owain 


U222 


— of Trebizond 


Q154 


Davis, Jefferson 


W114 


Davos Platz 


S552 


Dawn 


D053 


Dax 


R312 


Dayak Language 


M368 


Day-Book 


A482 


Day of Judgment 


K367 


Days 


D053 


— Saints 


J750 


Dayton 


W355 


Deacons 


J 914 


— Lay 


J932 


Dead, Disposal of 


H650-95 


— Sea 


Q225 


— Worship of 


J458 


Deaf (Biog.) 


X066 


— and Dumb Alphabet 


M680 



295 



Dea-Dee 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Dee-Den 



Deaf Asylums 


G847 


Deerhounds 


F922 


Deaf-mutism 


G846 


Dee River (Aberdeen) 


V178 


Deafness 


G843 


— (Cheshire) 


U521 


Deal 


U804 


Deerstalking 


F848 


Dean, Forest of 


U665 


Defamation 


L577 


Deans 


J 907 


Defence, National 


B852 


Death (Biol.) 


E057 


Defensive Works 


B971 


Death Certificates 


H651 


Definitions 


A302 


— Duties 


L793 


Deforestation 


?53 


— Easy 


G376 


Deformities (Surgery) 


G585 


— (Human Path.) 


G390 


Degeneration (Biol.) 


E055 


Deaths 


L04Q 


— (Human) 


G385 


Debasement of Money 


L886 


— of Brain 


G753 


Debateable Land 


V373 


Deglutition 


H104 


Debate, Rules of 


L034 


Degrees (Educational) 


A185 


Debates 


L304 


— (Geographical) 


D014 


Debating 


M184 


— (Matrimonial) 


G064 


Debentures 


L829 


Deira 


U309 


Debility 


G386 


Deism 


J421 


Debt 


L883 


Deists 


J421 


— National 


L902 


Deity (Christian Theol.) 


K324 


Debtors 


L846 


— (Theol.) 


J401 


Decalogue 


K131 


Delagoa Bay 


O784 


Decapoda 


F265 


Delaware 


W270 


Decay, Senile 


G387 


Delft 


S178 


Deccan 


P837 


Delft Ware 


D984 


— Kings of the 


P637 


Delhi 


P827 


Deceased Wife's Sister 


G066 


— Slave Kings 


P607 


Deceit 


J 241 


Delirium Tremens 


G785 


December 


D051 


Deluge 


K128 


Decemvirs (Rome) 


Q523 


Delusions 


G782 


Decennial Archons 


Q308 


Demand and Supply 


L102-3 


Decidua 


H372 


Dementia 


G783 


Decimals 


A413 


Demerara 


W715 


Deck Cargoes 


B740 


Democracy 


L235 


Declamation 


M180 


Democritus 


J320 


Declarations (Law) 


L528 


Demography 


H620 


Decline 


G952 


Demonetisation 


L870 


Decoctions 


G417 


Demoniac Possession 


J530 


Decorated Architecture 


B473 


Demonology 


J530 


Decoration 


A681 


Demotic Writing 


M714 


— Industrial 


A690 


Demulcents 


H446 


Decorations (Heraldic) 


X135 


Demurrage (Shipping) 


B736 


— Table 


I908 


— Finance 


L851 


Dedication (Church) 


J865 


Denbighshire 


U240 


Dedications (Books) 


M107 


Denbigh (town) 


U241 


Deduction 


A306 


Dendrology 


E153 


Deeds (Law) 


L702 


Dengue 


H523 


— Great 


Oooy 


Denmark 


T500 


Deer 


F843-49 


— and Norway 


T507 



296 



Den-Des 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Des-Dia 



Denominations 


Kooo — 


Destructive Distillation 


D906 


Dentals (Lang.) 


M006 


Detection of Crime 


L651 


Dentifrices 


H126 


Detectives 


L652 


Dentistry 


H124-5 


Determinants 


A43S 


Dentition 


H121 


Determination of Sex (Biol.) E066 


Denudation (Geol.) 


D302 


Determinism 


J 169 


Denver (U. S.) 


W436 


Detmold (Town) 


S827 


Deodars 


E314 


— Lippe- (State) 


S825 


Deodorizers 


G508 


Detritus 


D371 


Departments (Admin.) 


L365 


Detroit 


W368: 


— of State 


L358 


Deuteronomy 


K134 


Depilatories 


H454 


Deutsch-Damaraland 


O712 


Deposit Currency 


L884 


Deutsche Bund 


S673 


Deposition (Geol.) 


D303 


Deutschland 


S6oO' 


Deposits, Safe 


L961 


Deutsch-Namaland 


O711 


Depravity 


J504 


Deutsch Ost Afrika 


O610 


Deptford 


U957 


Deux Sevres 


R273; 


Deputes, Chambre des 


L330 


Development (Biol.) 


E009 


Deputy Lieutenants 


L471 


— (Photography) 


A761 


Derangement, Mental 


G775 


— Physical 


H702-I6' 


Derby China 


D981 


Deventer 


T159 


Derbyshire 


U580 


Devices, Heraldic 


X095 


Derby (Town) 


U581 


Devil 


K365 


Derelicts 


B756 


— Possession 


J531 


Dermatology 


H400 


Devils (Theol.) 


J416. 


Dermoskeleton 


E019 


Devil Worship 


J533 


Derricks 


B119 


Devizes 


U744 


Dervishes 


J917 


Devon 


U690- 


Descartes 


J337 


Devonian Age 


D324 


Descent 


X076 


Devonport 


11700- 


Descriptive Geometry 


A510 


Devotees 


K502 


— Poetry 


N112 


Dew 


D213 


Desertion 


B869 


Dewsbury 


U455 


Deserts 


D094 


Dextrine 


D872 


Desiderius (Italy) 


Q616 


Dholpur 


P721 


Design 


A682 


Diabetes 


H224 


Designing 


A682 


Diabolism 


J41& 


Desires 


J206 


Diagnosis 


G320 


Desks 


I325 


Dialectics 


A300 


Desmids 


E226 


Dialects (General) 


M054 


Desmodus 


F742 


— English 


M525 


Des Moines 


W386 


— Scots 


M526' 


Despatches (Army) 


B957 


Dialling 


D294 


Despotism 


L230 


Dialogues 


N233 


Despots, Age of (Italy) 


Q636 


Dials (Clock) 


D289. 


Desquamation 


H403 


— Sun 


D294 


Dessau 


S842 


Dialysis 


D731 


Dessert 


I915 


Diamagnetism 


C034 


Destiny 


J377 


Diamonds 


D513. 


Destroyers (Navy) 


B831 


Diapensiaceae 


E826 



297 



Dia-Dln 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Din-Dis 



Diaphoretics H243 

Diaphragm G659 

Diarbekir Q167 

Diaries (Blank) O085 

Diarrhoea H175 

Diastase E216 

Diathesis G305 

Diatoms E224 

Dibranchia F235 

Dice H950 

Dicotyledons E430 

Dictation (Lang.) M046 

Dictatorship L230 

Dictators of Rome Q522 

Dictionaries, (General) Aooo 

— Single. See Language. 

— Language (General) M051 
Dictionary Catalogue M153 
Dictyotales E233 
Didactic Poetry Niio 
Didelphia F710 
Didymium D447 
Dieman's Land, Van P070 
Dieppe R233 
Die Sinking B126 
Diet I801 
Dietetics I801 
Differences, Finite A523 
Differential Calculus A521 
Diffraction, Light C104 
Digenea F138 
Digesting (Literary) M162 
Digestion (Biol.) E030 

— (Human) Hioo-6 
Digests M162 
Digitalis E896 
Digne R366 
Dignities Xioo 
Dijon R542 
Dikes B204 
Dilapidations L757 
Diligence (Law) L763 
Dilleniacese E727 
Dimension Fourth A503 
Dimorphism D401 
Dinant (Belgium) T352 
Dingwall V133 
Dining I901 

— Rooms B434 
Dinners I906 



Dinoflagellata (Bot.) 


E220 


— (Zool.) 


F063 


Dinosauria 


F515 


Dinotherium 


F883 


Dioceses 


J831 


Diocletian (Rome) 


Q573 


Dionysius (Portugal) 


R808 


Dioptrics 


C106 


Dioramas 


A830 


Diorite 


D363 


Dioscoreaceae 


E407 


Diphtheria 


H524 


Diphthongs 


M014 


Diplomacy 


L407 


Diplomas 


A141 


Diplomatics 


M702 


— and Paleography M700 


Diplomatists 


L407 


Diplopoda 


F390 


Dipnoi 


F470 


Dipsacese 


E928 


Dips (Geology) 


D306 


Dipsomania 


G784 


Diptera 


F360 


Dipterocarpaceae 


E741 


Directoire (France) 


R103 


Directories 


X220 


Directors 


L827 


Directory (France) 


R103 


Dirks 


B925 


Disasters 


A440 


— at Sea 


B753 


Disciples 


K406 


— of Christ (Ch.) 


K957 


Discipline (Army) 


B944 


— (School) 


A147 


Disclosing Official Secrets 


L553 


Discomedusae 


F119 


Discomycetes 


E260 


Discophori 


F160 


Discount, Bank 


L950 


Discounts (Trade) 


L811 


Discourses See Subjects 




Discoveries, Geography 


O200 


— Inventions 


Aoii 


Discovery (Law) 


L764 


Disease, groups 


G306-15 


Disease (Path.) 


G300-95 


Diseases, Animals 


I100-20 


Diseases of Organs ( 


j6oo, etc. 



Dis-Div 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Div-Don 



Diseases. See Names 

Disendowment J 842 
Disestablishment (Church) J811 

Disfranchisement L270 

Dishes (Cookery) Iqio 

— (Pottery) D965 
Dishonesty J246 
Disinfectants G507 
Disinfection G507 
Dislocations (Geology) D310 

— (Surgery) G'647 
Disobedience J 247 
Dispensaries H614 
Dispensatories G407 
Dispersed Ancient Nations O025 
Dispersed European Nations Qooi 
Disputations. See Subjects 
Dissection (Biol.) E022 

— (Anat.) G240 
Dissenters K800 
Dissipation G787 
Distances D020 
Distemper (Painting) A620 

— (Rabies) H586 
Distillation I830 

— Destructive D906 
Distilleries 185'^ 
Distilling I830 
Distinguished Service Order X132 
Distomias F138 
Distraint L766 
Distress (Law) L765 
Distributing Machinery B152 
Distribution of Animals E080 

— Plants E167 
Districts, Rural L382 

— ■'■ Urban L381 
District Visiting L092 
Ditches I004 
Dithjrambic Verse N130 
Diuretics H241 
Divertissement C448 
Dividends L830 
Dividing Societies L173 
Divination J 540 
Divine Creation E007 
Divine Right of Kings L211 
Diving Bells B719 

— (Engineering) B719 

— (Swimming) H740 



Divining Rod J545 

Divinity J 400 

— of Christ K303 
Division (Arith.) A411 

— Army B875 

— of Labour L122 
Divisions (Musical) C461 
Divorce G075 

— Court L457 
Dmitri (Russia) S017 
Dneiper River S117 
Docks B241 

— Floating B243 

— Graving B242 
Dockyards B241 
Doctors G562 
Doctrines J602 
Documents M702 
Doges of Venice Q818 
Dog fishes F424 
Dogma, christian K322 
Dogmas J602 
Dogmatics K322 
Dog racing F944 
Dogs F917-45 
Dole R429 
Dolerite D363 
Dolgelly U248 
Dolls H972 
Dolmen _ O155 
Dolomite D380 
Dolphins F894 
Domes B407 
Domesday Book L732 
Domestic Architecture B430 

— Arts I 

— • Economy I940 

— Fowls F621 

— Life L004 

— Medicine G559 

— Trade L803 
Domicile (Law) L430 
Dominica W673 
Dominican Order K519 
Dominoes H951 
Domitian (Rome) Q54i 
Donald L-V. (Scotland) V004 

— VL — V009 
Donatists K419 
Doncaster U456 



299 



Don-Dra 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Dra-Dro 



Donegal County U051 

— Town U052 
Dongola O486 
Donkeys F833 
Donough O'Brien U015 
Don Region i S115 
Don River (Aberdeen) V179 

— — (Russia) S116 

Doors B342 

Doorways B343 

Doppers K.959 

Dorchester U681 

Dordogne R294 

Dordrecht T175 

Doric Architecture B460 

Doris Q365 

Dormer Windows B345 

Dormitories B439 

Dornoch V126 

Dorsal Nerves G704 

Dorset U680 

Dort T175 

Dortmund S761 

Dort, Synod of K701 

Doses G409 

Douai R206 

— Bible K114 M523 
Double-Bass C613 
Double Basson C708 

— Counterpoint C433 

— Dragon, Order X186 

— Entry bookkeeping A473 
Doubs R425 
Doubt A301 
Douglas (I. of M.) U292 
Dover (Eng.) U805 

— (U. S.) W271 
Dovrefeld Mountains T730 
Down, Co. U080 
Downpatrick U081 
Dragon Flies F308 
Dragons J 571 
Dragoons B882 
Draguignon R370 
Drainage B260 
Draining (Agric.) I005 
Drakensburg Mountains O769 
Drama N200-50 
Dramas N201-34 
Dramatic Music C770 



Dramatic Poetry N201 

Dramatists (Biog.) X057 

— Works N250 
Drammen T702 
Draped Studies A633 
Drapery I510 
Draught, Forced C205 

— Horses F823 
Draughts H936 
Dravidian Language M320 
Drawbridges B228 
Drawing A604 

— Blackboard A609 

— Copies A612 

— for Reproduction A607 

— Freehand A605 

— Machinery B146 

— Mathematical A515 

— Model A606 

— Rooms B437 

— Silhouette A610 
Dream Books G725 
Dreams G724 
Dredging B249 
Drenthe T155 
Dresden 8995 

— China D978 
Dress I600-15 

— Fashions I604 
Dressing Rooms B438 
Dressings (Surgery) G580 
Dressmaking I560 
Dress, Rational I607 

— Reform I607 
Dried Foods I883 
Drift D082 
Drill B944 
Drilling (Mechanics) B137 
Drinking Fountains D151 
Drinks I811 
Drives I240 
Driving (Horses) B612 

— Machinery Bin 
Drogheda U112 
Droitwich U648 
Dr6me R433 
Dromedaries F872 
Drop Forging D662 
Dropsy H568 
Droseraceae E566 



300 



Dio-Dun 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Dun-Dwl 



Droughts 


D216 


Drowning 


H603 


Drug Administration 


G512-22 


Druggists 


G440 


Drug Habit 


G789 


Drugs 


G400-60 


— Action of 


G501-10 


Druids 


J 503 


Drums 


C731-35 


Drunkenness 


G787 


Drupes 


E148 


Druses 


Q188 


Dry Cleaning 


I473 


— Docks 


B242 


Drying Machinery 


B147 


Dry-Plate Photography 


A760 


— Point Etching 


A714 


Drysaltery 


D959 


Dualism 


K062 


Duarte (Portugal) 


R822 


Dublin City 


U133 


— County 


U132 


Duck-bill Platypus 


F702 


Ducks 


F631 


— Eider 


F632 


Ductility 


B002 


Dudley 


U599 


Duelling 


B995 


Duets (Vocal) 


C586 


Dufferin, Marquis of 


P677 


Dugga 


O374 


Dugong 


F887 


Dukes 


X104 


Dukinfield 


U526 


Dulcimer 


C641 


Dumb Alphabet 


M680 


Dumbartonshire 


V295 


Dumbarton (Town) 


V296 


Dumb Bells 


H714 


Dumb (Biog.) 


X067 


Dumbness 


G909 


Dumfriesshire 


V365 


Dumfries (Town) 


V366 


Dunbar 


'V338 


Dunbartonshire 


V295 


Duncan I. (Scotland) 


V006 


— II. — 


Voio 


Dundalk 


U114 


Dundee 


V257 


Dunedin (N. Z.) 


P091 



Dunfermline 

Dungannon 

Dungarvan 

Dunkeld 

Dunkerque 

Dunkers (Church) 

Dunkirk 

Dunnage 

Dunoon 

Duns 

Dunstable 

Duodenum 

Duoro, Province 

— River 
Duplicidentata 
Durango 



Durazzo, 
Durban 
Durbars 
Durham, 



Karl 



City 

— County 

— County Palatine 
Durians 

Dusseldorf 
Dust (Cosmic) 

— Destructors 
Dusting, House 
Dust (Sanitation) 

— Storms 
Dutch Baptists 

— Borneo 

— Cape (Lang.) 

— Guiana 

— Language 

— Literature 
— ■ New Guiana 

— Orders 

— Painting 

— Reformed Church 

— Republic 

— Stadtholders 

— Timor 
Duties 

— Death 
Duty 
Dwarfs 

Dwelling Houses 
Dwellings, Cave 

— Lake 

Dwina, River 



V286 
U068 
U192 
V235 
R204 
K828 
R204 
B742 
V206 
V396 

U757 
H169 
R900 
R901 
F751 
W534 
S408 

O751 
L218 
U417 

U415 
U416 
E722 
S775 
D203 
B275 
I943 
B274 
D231 
K827 
P221 
M508 
W716 
M506 
M507 
P177 
X169 
A669 
K958 
T005 
Too 9 
P261 
L919 
L793 
J255 
G369 

B431 
O150 

O151 
S052 



301 



Dya-Eas 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Eas-Eco 



Dyaks 


P220 


Eastern Church 


Dyeing 


I470 


— Counties 


Dyes 


I471 


— Empire 


Dykes 


B204 


— Horn of Africa 


Dynamics 


B020 


— Roumelia 


— Celestial 


C810 


— Siberia 


— of the Earth 


D030 


— Sunda Islands 


Dynamite 


D911 


East Flanders 


Dynamos (Electric) 


C051 


— Griqualand 


Dysart 


V287 


— Han Dynasty 


Dysentery 


H542 


— India Company 


Dysmenorrhcea 


H362 


— Indian Archipelago 


Dyspepsia 


H134 


— Indies 


Dyspnoea 


G938 


— Kings of the 


Dystocia 


H379 


— London 


Dysuria 


H222 


— Lothian 

— Prussia 


Eagles 


F688 


— Retford 


Ealing 


U872 


— Riding 


Ear 


G840 


— Saxons 


Earache 


G845 


— Sussex 


Earls 


X105 


— Tsin Dynasty 


Early Christian Church 


K401 


Eating 


— English Archit. 


B472 


Eba, Isola d' 


Earrings 


■ I658 


Ebenaceae 


Earth as a Planet 


C880 


Ebenales 


— Dynamics of 


D030 


Ebony 


Earthenware 


D971 


Ebro, River 


Earth Interment 


H660 


Ecar dines 


— Metals 


D442 


Ecart6 


— (Physiography) 


Cooi 


Ecbolics 


— Plane 


D004 


Eccentrics (Biog.) 


Earthquakes 


D072 


— (Machinery) 


Earths (Geol.) 


D390 


Eccles 


Earth, Spherical 


D005 


Ecclesiastes 


— Structure 


D006 


Ecclesiastical Buildings 


Earthworks (Defensive) 


B976 


— Commissioners 


Earthworms 


F151 


— Courts 


Earwigs 


F312 


— Orders (Knighthood) 


Easements 


L726 


— Slavonic Lang. 


East Africa 


O500 


Ecclesiasticus 


— — British 


O530 


Ecclesiology 


— — Islands 


O550 


Echinoderma 


— African Protectorate 


O531 


Echinoidea 


— Angles 


U310 


Eclecticism 


Eastbourne 


U793 


Eclipses 


Easter 


J715 


Ecology 


— Cards 


J716 


Economics 


— Island 


P121 


Economy, Domestic 


Eastern Burma 


P808 


— Pohtical 



K430 

U530 
Q320 

0525 

Q490 
S275 
P265 

T3I5 

0765 

P407 
P65I 

P200 

P600 

P634 

U935 
V336 
S7I5 
U574 
U445 
U306 
U786 
P409 

I900 

Q872 

E838 
E836 
E839 
R736 
FI68 

HQ27 
Hi69 
X070 
B176 
U491 
K150 
J850 
K751 
J813 
X117 
M470 
K247 
J960 
F170 
F178 
J329 
C948 
E016 
Lioo 
I940 
Lioo 



302 



Ect-Egy 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Egy-Ele 



Ectoprocta 


F165 


Ectozoa 


H509 


Ecuador 


W750 


Ecumenical Councils 


K461 


Eczema 


H417 


Edam 


T189 


Eddas 


J500T4 


Edema 


G333 


Eden, Garden of 


K127 


Edentata 


F721 


Edgar (England) 


U325 


— (Scotland) 


Vol I 


Edgework (Binding) 


M887 


Edict of Nantes 


K700R0 


Edinburgh (City) 


V331 


Edinburghshire 


V330 


Editions 


M847 


Editorial Work 


M124 


Edmund (England) 


U322 


— Ironside 


U328 


Edom 


Q220 


Edred (England) 


U323 


Edrioasteroidea 


F17.5 


Edriophthalmata 


F271 


Education 


A100-186 


— Departments 


A103 


Educationists 


X005 


Edward I. (England) 


U346 


— II. — 


U347 


— III. — 


U348 


— IV. — 


U357 


— V. — 


U358 


— VI. — 


U363 


— VII. (U. K.) 


V569 


— the Confessor 


(Eng.) U332 


— the Elder (En 


gland) U320 


— the Martyr 


— U326 


Edwy (England) 


U324 


Eels 


F450 


Effect 


Jon 


Effigies 


A799 


Egbert (England) 


U314 


Egean Sea 


Q395 


Eggs 


F601 


Egina 


Q363 


— Gulf of 


Q364 


Egoism 


J208 


Egripos 


Q378 


Egypt 


O400 


— Ancient 


O401 



Egypt British O445 

— Byzantine O431 
Egyptian Architecture B458 

— Language M222 

— Literature M223 

— Painting ■ A652 

— Soudan O486 
Egypt, Lower O455, 

— Modern 0433 

— Mohammedan O432 
Egyptology 0400.32 
Egypt, Roman 043a 

— Upper O475 
Eider Ducks F632 
Eifel Gebirge S776 
Eighteenth Century O064 
Eighth Century O049 
Eisenach S868 
Eisteddfod A007 
Elaeagnaceae E772: 
Elseocarpaceae £711 
El-Arish O464 
Elasmobranchii F421 
Elasticity B007 
Elatinacese E743 
Elba Q872 
Elberfeld S777 
Elders (Botany) E921 

— (Church) J 931 
Eleatic Philosophy J 3 14 
Election Agents L282. 

— Doctrine of K351 
Elections L280' 
Elective Assemblies L300 
Electors L28o' 
Electrical Engineering C050 
Electric Current C005 
Electricians Xoi6- 
Electricity Cooi 

— and Magnetism Cooo 

— Atmospheric D234. 
Electric Lighting Co6o- 

— Remedies (Medicine) G535 

— Traction (Trams) B517 
Electro-Biology G771 

— Chemistry D727 
Electrocution L669. 
Electro Dynamics C002 
Electrokinetics C004 
Electrolysis D728. 



303 



£le-Ema 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Emb-End 



Electrolytics D728 

Electro-Metallurgy D610 

Electrometers C003 

Electron C007 

Electroplating D610 

Electrostatics . C003 

Electrotyping D610 

Electuaries G416 

Elegies N119 

Elements (Chemistry) D750 

Elephantiasis H567 

Elephantine Dynasty O405 

Elephant, Order of X164 

Elephants F881 

Eleusinian Mysteries J505 

Elevation (Archit.) B303 

Elevators (Mechanics) B120 

— Grain I026 
Eleven Articles K756 
Eleventh Century O052 
Elfsborg T921 
Elgin, Earl of (India) P671 

— — (India, 1894) P679 

Elginshire Vi55 

Elgin (Town) ■ V156 

El-Hasa Q296 

Elimination of Criminals LSo^ 

Elis Q371 

Elisabeth (Hungary) S411 

— Order of X151 
Elisabeth. See also Elizabeth 
Elixir of Life D703 
Ehxirs G418 
Elizabethan Architecture B477 
Ehzabeth (England) U365 
Elizabethpol S145 
Elizabeth (Russia) S031 
Ellice Islands Pi49 
Elms E462 
Elocution M181 
Eloeis Q371 
Eloquence Mi 70 
Elsass-Lothringen S890 
Elsinore T562 
Eltham U954 
Elves J562 
Ely U554 

— Isle of U553 

Emaciation H108 

Emancipation (Slavery) L150 



Embalming H670 

Embankments B204 

Embargo L416 

Ember Days J710 

Embezzlement L643 

Emblems J970 

Embossed Printing M825 

Embossing B125 

Embrocations G419 

Embroidered Bindings M877 

Embroidery I542 

Embryology (Biol.) E068 

— (Himian) H343 

Emeralds D519 

Emeric (Hungary) S402 

Emery Wheels B145 

Emetics H189 

Emigrants L083 

Emigration L083-6 

Emiha Q827 

— Reggio Q840 
EmiUanus (Rome) Q562 
Emmenogogues H368 
Emollients H446 
Emotions J167 
Empetracese E678 
Emphysema G950 
Empire, First (France) R105 

— Second (France) R120 

— States L2og 
Empirical Remedies (Medicine) G548 
Empiricism J373 
Emplastra G420 
Employers' Liability L125 

— Trade Unions L160 

Employments L131 

Empysema G940 

Emus F611 

Enamelling. Enamels A701 

Encampments B907 

Encaustic Painting A618 

Enclosing Lands I029 

Encrustation, BoUer C213 
Encyclical Letters. See Subjects 

Encyclopaedias Aooo 

Encyclopaedists X004 

Endemic Diseases G309 

Endermic Drugs G514 

Endocarditis H054 

Endometritis H350 



304 



End-Eng 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Eng-Epi 



Endosmose 


D723 


Endowed Libraries 


M907 


— Schools 


A161 


Endowment of Research 


A901 


Endowments, Church 


J841 


Enemeta 


G517 


Energy (Physics) 


B036 


Enforced Labour 


L154 


Engadine 


S551 


Engeler's Classification 


E192 


Engine Driving 


B198 


Engineering, Aerial 


D265 


— CivU 


B200 


— Electrical 


C050 


— Hydraulic 


D170 


— Marine 


B685 


— Mechanical 


Bioo 


— Mining 


D620 


— Municipal 


B290 


— Pneumatic 


D251 


— Railway 


B500 


— Sanitary 


B251 


— Sanit. & Munic. 


B250 


— Vehicular 


B550 


Engineers (Biog.) 


X012 


— (Profession) 


B194 


— Army 


B195 


— Naval 


B196 


— Volunteer 


B197 


Engines. See Names 




— Fire 


C231 


— Gas 


C290 


— Heat 


C283 


— Oil 


C285 


— Pneumatics 


D251 


England 


U301 


— and Wales 


U300 


— Church of 


K750 


— Langue of 


X192 


English Ballad Opera 


C777 


— Borders 


U402 


— Dialects 


M525 


— Horn 


C706 


— Language, genered 


M520 


— — modern 


M523 


— Literature, general 


M521 


— — modern 


M524 


— Middle, Language 


M522 


— Painting < f_^|.' ■ ■ 


A676 


— Printing 


M785 



305 



English Saxons S312 

— Writing M725 
Engravers (Biog.) X009 

— Works A723 
Engraving A715-42 

Engravings A723 

Enharmonic Organ C729 

Enigmas H955 

Enlarging (Photo.) A780 

Enlistments, Foreign L417 

Ennis U162 

Enniscorthy U152 

EnniskiUen U071 

Enoch, Book of K255 

Ensigns (Flags) Xo97 

— (Military officers) B862 
Ensilage I028 
Entablature B371 
Entail L782 
Enteric Fever H517 
Enteropneusta F407 
Enthusiasm J261 
Enthymeme A301 
Entomology F300 
Entomophily E121 
Entomostraca F242 
Entophaga F342 
Entoprocta F165 
Entozoa (Disease) H507 
Entrees I914 
Entre Minho R900 
Entre Rios W805 
Entropy C262 
Enuresis H223 
Environment E016 
Envy J231 
Eocene Period D345 
Eolian Harp C627 
Epacridacese E825 
Epernay R395 
Ephemerides O076 
Ephesians K217 
Ephesus Q138 

— Council of K464 

Epics N121 

Epicureans J325 

Epidemic diseases G310 

— Influenza H543 
Epidermic drugs G513 
Epididymis H318 

U 



Epi-Erl 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Eri-Est 



Epigenesis 


Ego I 


Erik Prsestehader 


T609 


Epiglottis 


G920 


Erin 


Uooo 


Epigrams 


N122 


Eriocaulaceae 


E378 


Epigraphy 


M745 


Eritrea 


O501 


Epilepsy 


G721 


Erivan 


S146 


Epinel 


R417 


Erlangen 


S972 


Epiphany 


J703 


Ermines 


F909 


Epiphytes 


E161 


Erne, Lough 


U072 


Epiploon 


H170 


Ernst (Austria) 


S304 


Epirus 


Quo 


Erosion (Geol.) 


D302 


Episcopacy 


J830 


Erotica 


Gioo 


Episcopal Church of Scotland K770 


Errhines 


G961 


— Sees 


J830 


Errors 


A330 


Epistaxis 


G863 


— of Speech 


M043 


Epistemology 


J009 


Erse Language 


M414 


Epistle of Jeremy 


K249 


Eruptions (Pathology) 


G343 


Epistles 


K212 


— (Volcanic) 


D072 


— Pastoral 


K225 


Erysipelas 


H550 


— Pauline 


K213 


Erythroxylaceae 


E642 


Epistolography 


Miio 


Erzeroum 


Q161 


Epitaphs 


X200 


Escapements 


D282 


Epochs 


O071 


Escapes, Fire 


C232 


Epping Forest 


U860 


Escharotics 


G522 


Equador 


W750 


Eschatology (Chris. Theol.) 


K360 


Equality 


L021 


— (Theol.) 


J410 


Equations 


A431 


Escorial 


R761 


Equator 


Doio 


Esdras 


K242 


Equestrianism 


F812 


Eskimo dogs 


F940 


Equidae 


F810 


— Language 


M665 


Equilibria (Chem.) 


D714 


Eskimos 


W910 


Equilibrium (Physics) 


B024 


Esophagus 


H132 


Equinoxes 


D032 


Espafia 


R600 


Equisetales 


E293 


Esperanto 


M673 


Equitation 


F812 


Espionage 


L427 


Equity 


L437 


Espirito Santo 


W731 


Eras 


O071 


Esplanades 


B391 


Erfurt 


S748 


Esquimaux 


W910 


Ergotin 


E353 


Esquires 


Xn2 


Ericaceae 


E818 


Essayists (Biog.) 


X059 


Ericales 


E814 


— (Works) 


N305 


Erie Indians 


W083 


Essays 


N300 


— Lake 


W053 


Essen 


S779 


Erik I.-VIII. (Sweden) 


T801 


Essences 


G421 


— IX.-XI. 


T803 


Essenes 


K007 


— XII.-XIII. 


T804 


Essential Oils 


D937 


— XIV. 


T807 


Essex 


U850 


— and Svend 


T601 


Esslingen 


S937 


— Ejegod 


T503 


Estaminets 


I878 


— Menved 


T505 


Estate Duty 


L792 


— of Pomerania 


T508 


— Management 


L738 



306 



Est-Eub 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Euc-Evi 



Estates 

Este, House of d' 

Esther (Apocrypha) 

— (Bible) 
Esthetics 
Esthonia 

Esthonian Language 
Estimates 
Estivation 
Estoppel 

Estramadura (Portugal) 
Estremadura (Spain) 
Estridsen Line (Denmark) 
Etchers, Works 
Etching 

Eternal Life (Chris. Theol.) 

— — (Theol.) 

— Punishment (Chris. Theol. 

— — (Theol.) 
Eternity 

Ethelbald (England) 
Ethelbert — 

Ethelred I. — 
— II. — 
Ethelwulf — 

Ether 
Ethers 
Ethics 
Ethiopia 

Ethiopian D3masty 
Ethiopic Church 

— Language 
Ethnic Religions 
Ethnography 
Ethnologists 
Ethnology 
Ethology 

Ethyl Alcohols 
Etiology (Biol.) 

— (Human Pathol.) 
Etiquette 

Etna 
Etolia 
Eton 
Etruria 

— King of 
Etruscan Language 
Etruscans 
Etymology 
Euboea 



L737 


Eucalyptus 


E788 


Q836 


Eucharist 


J615 


K245 


Euchre 


H925 


KI44 


Euclidian Geometry 


A501 


J 100 


Eucopepoda 


F251 


S084 


Eucrinoidea 


F174 


M307 


Eucryphiacese 


E728 


A488 


Eudes (France) 


R029 


EI27 


Eugenism 


G036 


L539 


Eugenius, (Rome) 


Q604 


R930 


— I. (Pope) 


Q663 


R753 


— II. — 


Q669 


T502 


— III. — 


Q682 


A7II 


— IV. — 


Q712 


A7I0 


Eulogies See Biography 




K360 


Eunichism 


H328 


J4I0 


Euonymus 


E686 


)K366 


Euphonium 


C677 


J417 


Euphorbiacese 


E669 


K369 


Euphrates River 


Q172 


U316 


Euphuisms 


M057 


U317 


Eurasia 


Q038 


U318 


Eure 


R236 


U327 


Eure-et-Loire 


R516 


U315 


Europe 


Q-V 


B003 


— General 


Qooo 


D830 


— Latin 


Q040 


J200 


— North 


S-T 


O510 


— South 


Q040 


O418 


European Languages 


M400 


K448 


Eurypterida 


F277 


M244 


Eustachian Tubes 


G840 


K090 


Euthanasia 


G376 


G006 


Evangelical Alliance 


K960 


X030 


— Association 


K843 


Gooo 


— Union 


K915 


E072 


Evangelistic Work 


J872 


D822 


Evaporating Machinery 


C248 


E052 


Evaporation 


D711 


G301 


Eve, Adam and 


K127 


J217 


Eve Language 


M212 


Q970 


Evening Schools 


A127 


Q366 


Evergreens 


E154 


U753 


Evesham 


U649 


Q50-T 


Evictions 


L762 


Q863 


Evidence 


L518-28 


M580 


Evidence, Circumstantial 


L521 


Q501 


Evidences (Biblical) 


K274 


M060 


— (Christian) 


K321 


Q377 


— (Theology) 


J403 



:)07 



Evi-Exp 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Exp-Fal 



Evil 

— Eye 

— Spirits 
Evolution (Biol.) 

— (Mathematics) 
Evora 
Evreux 
Examination, Cross 

— Physical 
Examinations (Educ.) 
Exanthemata 
Excavating Machinery 
Excavations 
Exchange (Money) 

— BUls of 
Exchanges, Stock 
Exchequer Bills 

— Chancellor of 
Excise 

Excisions 

Excommunication 

Excretion 

Excretions 

Execution 

Executors 

Exegesis, Biblical 

Exercise 

Exercises (Music) 

Exeter 

Exhaustion 

Exhibitions 

Exile 

Ex Libris 

Exmoor 

Exoascaceae 

Exodus 

Exorcism 

Exotic Plants 

Expansion (Physics) 

Expatriation 

Expectorants 

Expenditure 

Experiment (Logic) 

Explorations 

Explosions (Mining) 

Explosives 

Exports 

Expositions 

Exposures (Photo.) 

Expression (Human) 



J204 
J536 
J416 
E008 
A416, 436 
R942 
R237 
L523 
G325 
A135-6 
G343 
B201 
B201 
L881 
L842 

L931 
L905 
L901 
L925 

G574 
J628 
E035 
H184 
L665 
L787 
K280 
H700-9 
C449 
U692 
G386 
A008 
L679 
M956 
U678 
E257 
K130 
J532 

E175 
Boio 
L679 
G962 
A485 
A308 
O200 
D629 
D910 
L806 
A008 

A754 
G766 



Expression (Music) 
Expurgatoris, Index 
Extemporization (Music) 
Extortion (Law) 
Extracts (Drugs) 
Extradition 

Extra-uterine pregnancy 
Extreme unction 
Extremities, Lower 
— Upper 

Eye 
Eyelids 
Eye rolling 
Eyes, Artificial 
Eyestrain 
Eye (Suffolk) 
Ezekiel 
Ezra 

Fabianism 

Fables 

Fabrics, Textile 

Facades 

Face 

Facetiae 

Facias 

Factories 

Factors (Arith.) 

Factory System 

Faculffi 

Fasces 

Fagaceae 

Fagales 

Fagging (School) 

Faiences 

Fainting 

Fairies 

Fairs 

Fairy Tales 

Faith, Articles of 

— (Christ. Theol.) 

— Confessions of 

— — Westminster 

— (Ethics) 

— Healers (Church) 

— Healing (Medicine) 

— (Theol.) 
Fakirs 
Falconry 
Falcons 



C422 
Mr33 

C437 
L640 

G423 
L423 
H376 
J627 
G626 
G612 
G801 
G812 
G832 
G839 
G825 
U565 
K156 
K142 

L237 
N006 
I400 
B303 
G763 
N320 

B371 
L121 
A407 
L120 
C860 
H184 

E453 i 
E447 

A159 
D975 
H572 
I560 
L807 
N005 
J606 
K342 
J605 
K902 
J262 
K9S3 
G54& 
J405 

J91& 
F687 

F690 



308 



Fal-Fas 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Fas-Fel 



Falkirk V302 

Falkland Islands W850 

Fallacies A330 

Falling Sickness G721 

Fall of Man K331 

Fallopian Tubes H347 

Fall River W218 

Falmouth U708 

Falsehood J 240 

False Imprisonment L571 

— Pretences L641 
Falsetto voices C528 
Fame J 252 
Famines X077-9 
Family L002-05 

— Heraldry X092 

— History X077 

— Prayers J 637 

— Registers X203 

— Worship J629 
Famines Hi 10 
Fanaticism J 281 
Fancy Dress I603 
Fancy Goods Trade M870 
Fandangos C472 
Fans (Blowing) D253 

— (Costume) I659 
Fan-Tan H949 
Fantasias C450 
Farads C056 
Farces N212 
Farcy H588 
Fares (Railway) B538 

— (Steamship) B735 
Faridkot P769 
Farinosae E372 
Faristan P986 
Farmers I075 
Farming looo 
Farms looo. 185 
Farm Servants I080 
Faroe Islands T566 
Faro (Game) H948 

— (Portugal) R950 
Farriery Iioi 
Farrukhsiyyar (India) P623 
Farther India P500 
Farthingales I605 
Fasciae G658 
Fashion (Esthetics) J 104 



Fashions (Dress) 

Fasting 

Fasts 

Fatalism 

Fata Morgana 

Fate 

Fathers (Anthrop.) 

— Apostolic 

— (Church) 
Fatigue 

Fa,timid Kaliphate 
Fats 
Fatty Compounds (Chem 

— Degeneration (Heart) 
Fauces 

Faults (Geol.) 
Faunas 

Faure (France) 
Faversham 
Favouritism 
Favus 
Fayoum 
Fear 

Fearaidhach (Ireland) 
Feast of Tabernacles 
Feasts 
Feathers 
Febrifuges 
February 
Fecundation 
Fecundity 

Federal Government 
Federalism 
Federalists 

Federal States (U. S.) 
Federated Malay States 
Federation, Imperial 
Feejee Islands 
Feeling (Touch) 
Fees 
Feet 
Felidse 

Felis Domestica 
Felix I.-II. (Pope) 



— III. 

— IV. — 

Fellowships Church 

— (Universities) 

Felonies 
Felons 



I604-7 

H107 

J700 

J377 
D205 

J377 
G081 
K408 
K409 
G386 
Q270 

D935, 940 

.) D801 

H055 

G915 
D311 

F025 

R138 

U806 

L142 

H418 

O477 

J227 

Uoii 

J721 

J700 

F602 

G504 

D041 

H342 

H342 

L243 

L243 

W112 

W112 

P550 

L323 

P143 

G870 

L145 
G636 
F950 
F951 
Q654 
Q660 
Q661 
J618 
A181 
L606 
L606 



309 



Fel-Fes 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Fes-Fil 



Felony, Compounding L608 

Felsites D366 

Felspar D530 

Felt I437 

Felup Language M208 

Female Organs H338 

Feminist Movement G103 

Femur G629 

Fences I030 

Fencing (Sword) B928 

Fenianism U047 

Fennel E805 

Fens U531 

Feodor I. (Russia) S014 

— II. — S016 

— II. (Russia, Romanof) S023 
Ferdinand I. (Austria) S324 

— I. (Hun. Bohemia) S419 

— II. — S423 

— III. — S424 

— IV. — S425 

— (Bulgaria) Q486 

— and Isabella R608 
Ferdinandol. (Florence) Q854 

— II. - Q856 

— III. — Q862 

— IV. — Q866 

— I-III. (Naples) Q922 

— IV. - Q925 

— I. (Portugal) R811 

— I. (Sicily) Q927 

— II. - Q929 

— V. (Spain) R626 

— VI. — R642 

— VII. — R645 
Ferghana S262 
Fermanagh U070 
Fermentation E214 
Ferments E213 
Fernando Po O802 
Ferns E285 
Ferrara Q834 

— Marquesses Q835 
Ferrets F910 
Ferries B724 
Ferrotype A769 
Fertility H342 
Fertilization E119 
Fertilizers I007 
Festivals, Church J 700 



Festivals, General 


A007 


Fetid Breath 


H136 


Fetishism 


J463 


Feudal Serfdom 


L151 


Feudal System 


L204 


Feuds 


O093 


Feus 


L754 


Fevers 


H511-23 


Fez 


O335 


Fezzan 


O383 


Fibres, Vegetable 


I400 


Fibula 


G632 


Fichte 


J356 


Fiction 


Nooo 



— Individual Authors N020 

— Juvenile N004 
Fidehty J262 
Fiefs L205 
Field Artillery B888 

— Botany E173 

— Geology -D304 

— Hospitals B900 
Fielding (Cricket) H754 
Field Mice F761 

— Sports H800 
Fife (Music) C685 
Fife (Scotland) V280 
Fifteenth Century O056 
Fifth Century O024 

— Monarchy Men K803 
Fighting, Prize H729 
Fig Tree E470 
Figured Bass C430 
Figure Drawing A629 
Fijian Language M381 
Fiji Islands P143 
Files B143, 154 
Filial Duty Giio 
Filibusters W632 
Filices E285 
Filing (Indexing) M160 
Fihng (Mechanics) B143 
Filippo II. (Spain) R628 

— III. — R630 

— IV. — R631 

— V. — R641 
Fillmore (M.), U. S. W129 
Films (Photo.) A760 
Filters D152 
Filtration D713 



310 



Fil-Fis 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Fis-Fli 



Filtres 


D152 


Final Causes 


J 007 


Finance 


Logo 


— and Money (General) L868 


— Ministries 


L901 


Finches 


F663 


Fine Art 


A601 


Fines (Penology) 


L685 


Fingering (Pf.) 


C648 


Finger Prints 


G017 


— Rings 


I654 


Fingers 


G624 


Finials 


B406 


Finishing (Binding) 


M886 


— (Mechanics) 


B162 


Finistere 


R257 


Finite Differences 


A525 


Finland 


S200 


Finmarken 


T727 


Finnish Language 


M305 


— Literature 


M306 


Finsbury 


1)930 


Finsinism 


G536 


Fire 


C202 


Firearms 


B912 


Fire Damp 


D630 


— Engines 


C231 


— Escapes 


C232 


— Extinction 


C230 


— Flies 


F325 


— Hydrants 


C233 


— Insurance 


L973 


Firenze 


Q867 


— Republic 


Q849 


Fireplaces 


C218 


Fire Producers 


C225 


Fireships 


B832 


Fire, Trial by 


L507 


Fire-tube Boilers 


C212 


Fireworks 


D916 


Fireworshippers 


K060 


Firs 


E316 


First Aid 


H601 


First Century 


O020 


Fish 


F420 


Fish Cookery 


I912 


— Culture 


I721 


— Curing 


I724 


Fisheries 


I720 


Fishermen 


I726 



Fishes F420 

Fishing I731 

— Fly I732 

— Net I722 

— Rod I733 

— Sea I741 

— Tackle I735-40 
Fishmongers I725 
Fissipedia F901 
Fistula H179 
Fittest, Survival of E014 
Fitting (Mechanics) B161 
Fiume S457 
Fives (Game) H764 
Fixed Stars C930 
Fixing and Toning Prints (Photo.) 

A776 
Fixing Negatives (Photo.) A762 

Flacourtiaceae E753 

Flagellants K625 

Flagellariacese E373 

Flagellata F060 

Flageolet C684 

Flags X097 



— of Truce 


B990 


Flamboyant Arch. 


B487 


Flame 


C202 


Flamingos 


F649 


Flanders 


T200 


— Counts oi 


T210 


— East 


T315 


— Horses 


F823 


— West 


T320 


Flandre 


R202 


Flannelette 


I413 


Flash-hghts 


A756 


Flats 


I982 


Flattery 


J284 


Flatting 


B129 


Flatulence 


H135 


Flatworms 


F131 


Flax 


E639 


Fleas 


F371 


Fleets 


B808 


Flem9en 


O355 


Flemish Language 


M506 


— Literature 


M507 


— Renaissance Arch 


B484 


Flies (Fishing) 


I740 


— (Zoology) 


F360-67 



311 



Fli-Flu 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Flu-For 



Flight (Biol.) 


E045 


— (Machines) 


D267 


Flint and Steel 


C226 


Flint Glass 


D990 


Flints 


D501 


Fhntshire 


U244 


Flint (Town) 


U245 


Floating Docks 


B243 


Flock Books 


F862 


Flogging 


L683 


Flood (Deluge) 


K128 


Floods 


D212 


Floor Coverings 


B335 


— Preparations 


B336 


Floors 


B333 


— Wood Block 


B334 


Floral Regions 


E171 


Floras Island 


E168 


— Local 


E172 


— Mountain 


E169 


Florence City 


Q867 


— Grand Dukes 


Q850 


— ■ Republic 


Q849 


Florestan I. (Monaco) 


R587 


Florianus (Rome) 


Q569 


Floriculture 


I224 


Florida 


W316 


Florideae 


E235 


Floris Island 


P215 


Flotsam 


B755 


Flounders 


F464 


Flour 


I930 


— Trades 


I205 


Flower Gardens 


I224 


Flowering Plants 


E300 


Flower Painting 


A642 


Flowers 


E125 


— Artificial 


I522 


— Colours 


E132 


— Cultivated 


I224 


— Language of 


E134 


— Scent 


E131 


— Wild 


E174 


Flow (Stream) 


D132 


Fluids 


D720 


Flukes (Disease) 


H508 


Fluorescence 


C107 


Fluorine 


D755 


Flushing (Blood) 


G738 


Flushing (Holland) 


T174 



Flute-a-bec C683 

Flutes C687 

Fluxions A520 

Fly-fishing I732 

Flying (Biol.) E045 

— Buttresses B365 

— Columns D963 

— Fishes F453 

— Foxes F743 

— Game H833 

— Machines D267 

— Squirrels F757 
Foetid Breath Hi35 
Foetus H371 
Foggia Q942 
Fogs D215 
Fog Signals B64.5 
Foix R332 

— and Rousillon R330 
Folding (Bookbinding) M884 
Folds (Geol.) D309 
Fohage Plants E116 
Fohgno Q879 
Folkestone U807 
Folkething (Denmark) L350 
Folk-lore J521 

— and Occult Science J520 
Folk Songs C591 
Folkungar, House of T804 
Follicles E144 
Folly J 248 
Fomentations G521 
Fontainbleau R491 
Fonts B424 
Foo Choo P456 
Food Preservation I881 
Foods I800-95 
Food Substitutes I884 
Fools X072 
Football H778-80 
Foot, Club G637 
Foot Guards B894 
Footmen 19^3 
Foraging B982 
Foraminifera F056 
Forbidden Books M134 

— Degree, (Marriage) G064 

Forced Draught C205 

Force (Physics) B023 

Forceps G570.167 



312 



For-Fos 



.CLASSIFICATION. 



Fou-Fra 



Force, Transmission 


B037 


Forecasts, Weather 


D246 


Foreclosure 


L753 


Foreign Enlistments 


L417 


— Missions 


J882 


— Offices 


L260 


— Relations 


L259 


Foreign Trade 


L805 


Fore-names 


M072 


Forendihaz (Hungary) 


L341 


Forensic Medicine 


G560 


Foreshores 


L722 


Foresters 


I265 


Forest of Dean 


U665 


Forestry 


I250-65 


Forests 


I254 


Forfarshire 


V255 


Forfar (town) 


V256 


Forfeits 


H959 


Forgery (Crime) 


L644 


— of Paper Money 


L888 


Forges 


D661 


Forging 


D661 


— Drop 


D662 


Forks, Tuning 


C745 


Forli 


Q838 


Formal Gardens 


I230 


Formation, Company 


L825 


Formations (Drill) 


B945 


Formentera 


R784 


Forme Pauperis, Actions 


L533 


Formicarise 


■F347 


Formosa 


P370 


Formosan Language 


M363 


Forms (Educ.) 


A112 


Forms (Legal) 


L541 


— (Musical) 


C440-504 


Formularies 


G408 


Fornication 


G072 


Forres 


V157 


Fort Artillery 


B890 


Forth, Firth 


V304 


— River 


V303 


Fortifications 


B971 


Fortrose 


V134 


Forts 


B971 


Fortune-telling 


J 540 


Forty-two Articles 


K755 


Forwarding (Binding) 


M885 


Fossils 


E090 



Foundations 


B3oq 


Founders (Type) Catalogues 


M806 


Founding 


D642 


Foundlings 


G116 


Foundries 


D645 


Fountain Pens 


M737 


Fountains 


D175 


— ■ Drinking 


D151 


Fourierism 


L238 


Fourth Century 


O023 


— Dimension 


A503 


Fourteenth Century 


O055 


Fourth Estate 


M121 


Fowling 


H833 


Fowls, Domestic 


F621 


Foxes 


F946 


— Flying 


F743 


Foxglove 


E896 


Foxhounds 


F926 


Fox-hunting 


F947 


Fox Indians 


W084 


Fractions (Algebra) 


A432 


— (Arith.) 


A412 


Fractures (Medicine) 


H579 


Fragaria 


E597 


Framed Structures 


B490 


Framing, Picture 


I345 


France 


Rooo 


— Langue 


X191 


Francesco I. (Florence) 


Q853 


— II. — 


Q860 


— I. (Sicily) 


Q928 


— II. — 


Q930 


Franche Comte 


R420 


Franchise 


L270 


Francia (Paraguay) 


W782 


Francis I. (France) 


R071 


— II. 


R073 


— See also Franz 




Franciscan Nuns 


K542 


Franciscan Order 


K520 


Fran9ois I. (France) 


R071 


— 11. — 


R073 


Franconia, House of S614, S622 


— Dukes of 


S964 


— Lower 


S974 


— Middle 


S970 


— Upper 


S963 


Franken See Franconia 




Frankeniaceae 


E745 



313 



Fra-Fre 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Fre-Fri 



Frankfort (U. S.) 


W341 


Frankfurt-am-Main 


S766 


Frankfurt-am-Oder 


S723 


Frankincense 


E660 


Franking (Post Office) 


B623 


Frankish Italy 


Q620 


Franklin (Canada) 


W041 


Franklin Searches 


W914 


Franks 


S603 


— Post Office 


B623 


Franz I. (Austria) 


S323 



— I. (Germany H. R. E.) S667 

— II. — S670 
Franzensbad S366 
Franz-Josef I. (Austria) S325 
Fraserburgh V172 
Fraud L579 
Frauenfeld S557 
Freckles H419 
Frederick Augustus I. (Poland) S174 

— II. — S176 
Frederick of Jerusalem Q243 
Frederick I. (Denmark) T514 

— II. — T516 

— III. — T518 

— IV. — T520 

— V. — T522 

— VI. — T524 

— VII. — T526 

— (Sweden) T818 
Frederick. See also Friedrich 
Frederikshawn T552 
Free Baptist Church K825 

— Church of England K961 

— — Scotland K912 

— Cities S805 
Freedmen (Slavery) L150 
Freedom of Cities L024 

— of Speech L028 

Freehand Drawing A605 

Freehold L719 

Free Love G056 

Freemasonry L185 

Free Methodist Church K846 

— Speech L028 

— Trade L912 
Freewill K335 
Freezing D086 
Freiburg ' S919 
Freights (Railway) B534 



Freights (Sea) B735 

French Beans E630 

— Canadian Literature M444 

— Congo O670 

— Guiana W717 

— Horn C668 

— India P850 

— Indo-China P510 

— Language M435 

— Literature M436 

— Orders of Knighthood X142 

— Painting A661 

— Polishing A705 

— Printing M781 

— Renaissance Arch. B481 

— Revolutionary Calen- 

dar O083 

— Script Writing M727 

— Sudan O830 

— West Indies W666 
Frescoes ■ A645 
Freshets D212 
Fret-work I333 
Friars J 926 
Fribourg (Canton) S535 

— (Town) S536 
Friction (Physics) B032 
Friday D059 
Friedrich I. (Baden) S910 
Friedrich (Germany) S678 . 

— I. (H. R.E.) S629 

— II. — S633 

— III. — S652 

— I. (Prussia) S704 

— II. (the Great) Prussia S706 

— August I. (Saxony) S982 

— — II. — S984 

— — III. — S988 

— Heinrich (Orange) T016 
Friedrich Wilhelm I. (Prussia) S705 

— II. — S707 

— III. — S708 

— IV. — S709 
Friendly Islands Pi45 
Friendly Societies L170 
Friendship J 223 
Friends, Society of K815 
Friesland T152 
Friezes B371 
Frigates B827 



314 



Fri-Fut 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Fut-Gal 



Frisian Language 


M505 


Frobel's System 


A117 


Frogs 


F486 


- Bull 


F487 


Frost 


D086 


Fructification 


E140 


Fruitarianism 


I803 


Fruit Gardens 


I225 


Fruit-painting 


A643 


Fruits 


E140 


Fruit Trade 


I246 


Fruit Wines 


I872 


Fu-chau 


P456 


Fuchsias 


E792 


Fuegian Language 


M603 


Fuel, Liquid 


D570 


Fuels 


D550 


Fugitives from Law 


L425 


Fugue 


C435 


Fujiyama Mt. 


P332 


Fukien 


P455 


Fukuoka 


P346 


Fukuyama 


P349 


Fulham 


U904 


Fulke of Jerusalem 


Q235 


Fumigation 


G507 


Funchal 


O915 


Functional Diseases 


G306 


Functions (Arith.) 


A524 


— (Human) 


G600 


Funds, Public 


L900 


Funen 


T5S8 


Funerals 


H680 


Fungi 


E250 


Furnaces, Blast 


D6G2 


— (General) 


C204 


— Open Hearth 


D603 


Fumes 


T328 


Furnishing (House) 


I32I 


Furniture 


I320 


Furs 


I752 


Fur-seals 


F968 


Fur-trade 


I752 


Furze 


E6I9 


Fusan 


P384 


Fuses 


C228 


Fushimi 


P305 


Fusion 


D709 


Futteh AU-Shah (Persia) 


P968 


Future State 


K360 



Future (Theol.) J410 

Fuzees D284 

Fyen T558 

Gabbro D363 

Gables B370 

Gadhelic Language M412 

— Literature M413 

Gaelic Language M417 

— Literature M418 
Gaels Q002 
Gaetulia O302 
Gaillards C473 
Galapagos P131 
Galashiels V387 
Galatia Q145 
Galatians K216 
Galatz Q474 
Galaxy C939 
Galena D469 
Gales D220 
Galicia (Austria) S372 

— (Spain) R7or 
Galilee Q214 
Gallantry J258 
Gall bladder H149 
Galle (Ceylon) P876 
Galleries (Arch.) B389 
Galleries, Art A820 
Galleys B675 
Galley Slaves L675 
Gallia Cisalpina Rooi 
Gallic Acid D856 
Galilean Church K650 
Gallic War R002 
Gallienus (Rome) Q564 
Gallinacea F615 
Gallium D447 
Galloway V356 
Gallows L666 
Galls E166 
Gall Stones H152 
Gallus HostiHus (Rome) Q561 
Galops C474 
Galvanism C006 
Galvanizing Metals D656 
Galvanometers C030 
Galvanoplastics D610 
Galway (County) U103 

— (Town) U104 



315 



Gam-Gar 


CLASSIF 


I CATION. 


Gar-Gel 


Gambia 


O890 


Garonne et Tarn 


R298 


— River 


O891 


— (River) 


R292 


Gambier Islands 


P115 


Garotting 


L636 


Gambling 


L933 


Garter, Order of 


X123 


Game, Flying 


H833 


Gas 


D920-31 


— Ground 


H832 


— Acetylene 


D922 


— keepers 


H824 


— Burners 


D931 


— Laws 


H821 


— Calcium Carbide 


D923 


— Preserving 


H820 


Gascony 


R310 


— Shooting 


H830 


— • and Guienne 


R289 


Games 


H901-76 


Gas Engines 


C290 


— Indoor 


H910-76 


Gases 


D720-26 


— of Chance 


H902 


Gas Fitting 


D929 


— of Skill 


H903 


— Holders 


D928 


— Outdoor 


H750-856 


— Incandescent 


D927 


Gaming 


L933 


— Lighting 


D921 


Gamophycese 


E225 


— Manufacture 


D920 


Gand 


T316 


— Meters 


D930 


Ganges, River 


P855 


— Mond 


D924 


Ganglions 


G796 


Gastralgia 


H137 


Gangrene 


G338 


Gastritis 


H138 


Ganoidei 


F430 


Gastronomy 


I900 


Gap 


R436 


Gastropoda 


F220 


Gard 


R344 


Gas, Water 


D925 


Garden Cities 


L067 


Gates 


B395 


Gardeners 


I245 


Gateshead 


U419 


Garden Houses 


I236 


Gateways 


B394 


Gardenia 


E916 


Gauges (Machinery) 


A456 


Gardening 


I220-46 


— (Pressure) 


G276 


— Landscape 


I229 


— (Railway) 


B504 


Garden of Eden 


K127 


Gauging 


A456 


— Plants 


I224 


Gaul 


Rooi 


Gardens, Botanic 


E180 


Gaulish Language 


M419 


— Flower 


I224 


Gauls 


Row 


— Formal 


I230 


Gautama 


K041 


— Fruit 


I225 


Gavottes 


G475 


— Market 


I226 


Gaza Land 


O786 


— Public 


I239 


Gazelles 


F868 


— Rock 


I237 


Gazetteers 


O200.2 


— Wild 


E174 


Gearing 


B163 


— Zoological 


F021 


— Rope 


B165 


Garfield, President (U. 


S.) W136 


— Wheel 


B164 


Gargles 


G522 


Geckos 


F522 


Gargoyles 


B378 


Geese 


F633 


Garhwal 


P752 


Gefle 


T928 


Garibaldi 


Q640 


Gefieborg 


T927 


Garlic 


E391 


Gehenna 


K364 


Garnets 


D521 


Geissolomaceae 


E768 


Garonne (Haute-) 


R317 


Gelatines 


D877 


— et Lot 


R296 


Gelding 


I104 



316 



Gem-Geo 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Geo-Ger 



Gemara 


K003 


Gemmation (Bot.) 


E126 


— (Biol.) 


E060 


Gems 


D510 


Genders 


M020 


Genealogy 


X076 


General Associate Synod 


K906 


— Baptists 


K821 



New Connection K822 

Generalia Aooo 

Generalization A310 

Generals B858 

Generalship B951 

General Staff (Army) B855 

Generation (Biol.) E060 

Generation, Alternation of E063 

Generation, Femde organs H338 

— Human H300 

— Male organs H314 

— Spontaneous Eooi 
Generosity J 268 
Genesiology E060 
Genesis K125 
Geneva (Canton) S571 

- (City) S572 

— Lake S573 
Genf see Geneva, above 

Genghis Khan P631 

Genii J 560 

Genito -urinary System H230 

Genius G031 

Genoa Q844 

Genova Q844 

Genre Painting A630 

Gent T316 

Gentianaceae E853 

Gentians E854 

Gentlemen-in-waiting L227 

Geocentric Place C814 

Geodesy D007 

Geognosy D300 

Geographical Degrees D014 
— distribution, Animals E080 
— Plants E167 

Geographers X061 

Geography Ancient O205 

— — and History Ooio 

— Classical O210 

— Historical O225 

— Mediaeval - O215 



GeographyMedi3eval& History O045 

— Modern O220 

— — and History O060 

— Physical Dooo 

— Universal O200 

— — and History Oooo 
Geologists X025 
Geology D300 

— Economic D395 

— Field D304 

— Local D398 

— Stratigraphical D315 

— Structural D301 
Geomancy J540 
Geometrina F382 
Geometry, General A500 

— Analytical A504 

— Curvilinear A507 
Descriptive Asio- 
Euclidian A501 
Modern A502 
Plane A505. 
Solid A506 

George I. (U. K.) V563 

— 11. „ V564 

— III. „ V565. 

— IV. „ V566 
George I. (Greece) Q352 
Georgetown W715 
George, St. & St. Michael, Order X126 
George, St., Order (Germany) Xi50' 
Georgia (U. S.) W312 
Georgia (Russia) S149. 
Georgian Church K450 

— Language M353 

Georg (Saxony) S987 
— von Podiebrad (Bohemia) S355 

Gephyrsea F155 

Gera S885 

Geraniaceae E633 

Geraniales E632 

Geraniums E635 

German Confederation S673 

— East Africa O610 

— Evangelical Church K962 

— High, Language, Gen. M560 

— — — Ord. M564 

— — Literature M561 
_ _. _ Ord. M565 

Germanic Nations S601 



317 



Ger-Gin 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Gin-GIo 



Germanic Iinmigrations{U.-K.) V503 


Germanism, Pan- 


S602 


German, Low, Language 


M502 


— — Literature 


M503 


— Measles 


H527 


— New Guinea 


P179 


— Orders 


X148 


— Painting 


A667 


— Printing 


M779 


— Renaissance Arch. 


B482 


— South West Africa 


O710 


Germany 


S600 


— Langue of 


X191 


Germicides 


G506 


Germination 


Eioi 


Germs 


E217 


Gerona 


R733 


Gers 


R313 


Gesalric (Spain) 


R603 


Gesneraceae 


E900 


Gesso Painting 


A619 


Gestation 


H371 


Gesture 


M182 


Geta 


Q551 


Geysers 


D073 


Gharbiah 


O468 


Ghazni, House of 


P605 


Ghebers 


K062 


Ghemara 


K003 


Ghent 


T316 


GhibeHnes 


Q635 


Ghor, House of 


P606 


Ghosts 


J591 


Giants 


G370 


Giant's Causeway 


U062 


Gibbons (Monkey) 


F991 


Gibraltar 


Q047 


Giessen 


S928 


Gigantostraca 


F275 


Gigues 


C477 


Gilbertine Order 


K516 


Gilbert Islands 


P151 


Gilding (Books) 


M889 


— (Metal) 


D657 


Gilds 


L816 


Gilead 


Q250 


Gillingham 


U808 


Gin 


I833 


Ginger 


E419 


Ginkgoales 


E306 



Ginseng 


E798 


Giovanni (Medici) 


Q858 


Gipsies 


Qoio 


Gipsy Language 


M590 


— Literature 


M595 


Giraffes 


F842 


Girders 


B338 


Girdles 


I656 


Girgenti (Sicily) 


Q971 


Girls 


G112 


Gironde 


R291 


Girondists 


Rioo 


Girvan 


V351 


Glacial Drift 


D082 


— Period 


D355 


Glaciers 


D082 


Gladiators 


H853 


Gladiolus 


E412 


Glamorgan 


U277 


Glanders 


H588 


Glands 


G681 


— Salivary 


H118 


Glans Penis 


H332 


Glarus (Canton) 


S527 


— (Town) 


S528 


Glasgow 


V314 


Glass 


D987 


— Blowing 


D988 


Glasses, Musical 


C744 


Glass, Flint 


D990 


Glassites 


K916 


Glass, Plate 


D992 


— Stained 


D993 


— Venetian 


D991 


Glastonbury 


U674 


Glaucoma 


G828 


Glauconite 


D370 


Glazes 


D969 


— Lead 


D970 


Glazier Trade 


D999 


Glazing 


D998 


Glebes 


J844 


Glees 


C581 


Gleet 


H311 


Glendalough 


U144 


Globulariaceae 


E907 


Glockenspiel 


C743 


Glory 


J252 


Glossaries, General 


M051 


— Single See 


Languages. 



318 



Glo-Gol 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Gol-Gov 



Glossop 


U583 


Gloucester (city) 


U661 


Gloucestershire 


U660 


Gloves 


I512 


Gloxinias 


Egoi 


Glucose 


D872 


Glucosides 


G400 


Glues 


D952 


Glumiflorae 


E345 


Gluttons (Zool.) 


F916 


Gluttony 


Hiii 


Glycerine 


D942 


•— Nitro- 


D913 


Glyphography 


D610 


Glyptics 


D511 


Gnathobdellidas 


F161 


Gnats 


F361 


Gneiss 


D382 


Gnetaceae 


E328 


Gnetales 


E327 


Gnomes 


J560 


Gnosticism 


K412 


Gnostics 


K412 


Goa 


P849 


Goatfell Mt. 


V224 


Goats 


F863 


Go-bang 


H941 


Gobi Desert 


P492 


Goblins 


J561 


Godalming 


U833 


Godavery River 


P859 


God (Christian Theol.) 


K324 


— (Theol.) 


J401 


Godfrey de Bouillon 


Q232 


Godmanchester 


U548 


Gods 


J500 


Goitre 


G932 


Go-Kashiwabara 


P308 


Go-Komatsu 


P306 


Gold 


D485 


Gold Coast 


O850 


Golden Fleece, Order 


X139 


— Horde 


P632 


— Lion, Order 


X171 


— Number 


O072 


— Shield & Thistle, Order X143 


Gold Money 


L872 


Goldsmithing 


D485 


Gold Standards (Money) 


L872 



Golf 

Go-Mizuo 

Go-Momozono 

Gondar 

Gond Language 

Gondolas 

Gongs 

Go-Nijyo 

Goniometry 

Gonorrhoea 

Goodeniaceae 

Good-Friday 

Goodness 

Goods, Carriage of 

— Receiving Stolen 
Good Templars 
Goodwill (Trade) 
Gooseberries 
Gordiacea 

Gordianus II. (Rome) 

— III. — 
Gorillas 
Gorlitz 

Gorm the Old (Denmark) 
Gorse 

Go-Sakuramachi 
Gospellers 
Gospels 

— Apocrj'phal 
Gossip 

Goteborg and Bohus 
Goteborg (Town) 
Gotha 

— Saxe-Coburg 
Gothic Architecture 

— Italy 

— Language 

— Script Writing 

— Type 
Goths' 
Gotland 

Gotlandian Stratum 
Goto 

Go-Tsuchi 

Gottorp, House of 

Gouda 

Gourds 

Gout 

Governess 

Government 



H758 
P310 
P315 
O519 
M327 
B676 
C736 
P306 
D400 
H308 
E944 

J714 
J201 

B532 
L638 
G787.6 
L832 
E578 
F146 
Q556 
Q558 

F993 
S742 
T501 
E619 
P312 

K715 

K203-10 

K261 

J 243 
T919 
T920 
S864 
S861 
B471 
Q610 
M504 
M724 
M809 
Q003 
T913 
D323 
P354 
P307 
T819 
T179 
E150 
H561 

A157 
L201 



319 



Gov-Gra 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Gra-Gre 



Government Federal L243 

— Ideal L241 

— Local L362 

— of National Defence R131 

— Parliamentary L244 
Governors of Netherlands T004 
Governors, Steam C277 
Goyaz W732 
Go-Yoi6 P308 
Gozo Q046 
Gracchi Q525 
Grace K341 
Graces J638 
Gradientia F483 
Gradients B206 
Graduals C553 
Graduates A184 
Graduation A183 
Graffiti M745 
Grafting I223 
Grail, Holy K306 
Grain Coast O872 

— Elevators I026 
Graining A700 
Grain Merchants I206 

— Mills I200 
Grains I015 
Grallatores F645 
Gramineae E346 
Grammar, Comparative M020 
Grammars. See Lang, names. 
Gramophones C330 
Grampian Mountains V180 
Granada R767 
Granaries I025 
Grande, Rio (Brazil) W742-3 
Grand Juries L512 
Grand Operas C771 
Grandparents G088 
Grand Rapids •W369 
Granger! sing A608 
Granites D369 
Grantham U538 
Grant, President (U. S.) W134 
Grape Sugar D872 
Grape Vines E707 
Graphic Arts A600 
Graphic Statics B025 
Graphite D497 
Graphology M730 



Grasses 


E35r 


Grasshoppers 


F313 


Grass of Parnassus 


E575 


Gratian (Rome) 


Q602 


Gratitude 


J257 


Gratz 


S383 


Graubiinden 


S549 


Gravel (Disease) 


H215 


Grave-mounds 


H660 


Graven Hage 


T176 


Graves 


H660 


Gravesend 


U809 


Grave Stones 


A796 


— Yards 


H690 


Gravimetric Analysis 


D732 


Graving Docks 


B242 


Gravitation 


B033 


Gravity 


B033 


— Specific 


B034 


Grazing 


I052 


Greases 


D940 


Great Barrier Reef 


P041 


— Britain 


V500 


— Caymans 


W645 


— Danes (Dogs) 


F938 


Greater Antilles 


W640 


Great Lakes 


W375 


— Russia 


S051 


— Torrington 


U696 


— Wall of China 


P436 


— Yarmouth 


U557 


Grebes 


F641 


Greece 


Q300 


— Ancient 


Q301-322 


— . Modern 


Q350 


— Northern 


Q360 


— Patriarchate 


K440 


Greed 


J 233 


Greek Architecture 


B459 


— Church 


K430 



— Classical, Language M457 

— — Literature M458 

— Classics M420 

— Colonization Q303 
• — Independence Q34^ 

— Languages, general M452 

— Literature, — M453 

— Medicine G552 

— Modern, Language M459 

— — Literature M460 



320 



Gre-Gri 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Gri-Gui 



Greek Numerals 


A405 


Grimaldo (Monaco) 


R581 


— Orders 


X179 


Grimsby 


U539 


— Painting 


A659 


Grinding 


B142 


— Philosophy 


J311 


— and MiUing 


I203 


— Script Writing 


M722 


Grindstones 


B145 


— Type 


M812 


Grippe, La 


H543 


Green Algae 


E226 


Gripping Machinery 


B131 


Green (Colour) 


C124 


Griqualand, East 


O765 


Green Crops 


I017 


— West 


O764 


Greengroceries 


I246 


Grisons 


S549 


Greenhouses 


I243 


Grocery Trade 


I890 


Greenland 


W920 


Grodno 


S093 


— Danish 


W921 


Groins 


B245 


Greenock 


V307 


Groningen (Dept.) 


T150 


Greensand 


D370 


— (Town) 


T151 


Green-sickness 


H008 


Grosseto (Italy) 


•Q874 


Greenwich 


U9.51 


Grottos 


D095 


Greetings 


J218 


— (Garden) 


I237 


Gregarinida 


F081 


Groundgame 


H832 


Gregorian Calendar 


O079 


— Rents 


L754 


— Music 


C551 


Grouse 


F620 


Gregory I. (Pope) 


Q662 


Groves 


I229 


— II. 


Q666 


Growth (Biol.) 


E009 


— III. 


0666 


Grubbiaceae 


E482 


— IV. 


Q669 


Gruyere (Switzerland) 


S537 


— V. 


Q676 


Guadalajara 


R759 


— VI. 


Q676 


Guadaloupe 


W667 


— VII. 


Q678 


Guadalquiver River 


R752 


— VIII. 


Q686 


Guadiana, River 


R751 


— IX. 


Q688 


Guanajuato 


W538 


'— X. 


Q691 


Guano 


I008 


— XL 


Q702 


Guarani Language 


M613 


— XII. 


Q707 


Guarantee 


L849 


— XIII. 


Q728 


Guarda 


R924 


— XIV. 


Q731 


Guardianship 


L791 


— XV. 


Q734 


Guardians, Poor Law 


L075 


— XVI. 


Q754 


Guards 


B967 


Greiz 


S882 


Guatemala 


W602 


Grenada 


W662 


Guavas 


E785 


Grenada, New- 


W703 


Guaycuru Language 


M606 


Grenades 


B914 


Guelder Roses 


E922 


Grenadines 


G664 


Guelders (HoUand) 


T160 


Grenoble 


R432 


Guelphs 


Z635 


Gresham's Law 


L886 


— Order of 


X128 


Gretna Green 


V372 


Gueret (France) 


R557 


Grevy (France) 


R135 


Guerga 


O482 


Grey Friars 


K520 


GueriUa Bands 


B872 


Greyhounds 


F920 


Guernsey 


U992 


Griffith ap Cynaro 


U219 


Guerrero (Mex.) 


W558 


Griffith (Wales) " 


U216 


Guiana, British 


W714 



321 



X 



Gui-Gym 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Gym-Hai 



Guiana, Dutch 


W716 


Gymnastics 


H711 


— French 


W717 


Gymnoblastea 


F109 


Guianas 


W713 


Gymnophiona 


F482 


Guibert (Pope) 


Q679 


Gymnosophists 


J303 


Guide Books. See Subjects 


Gymnospermae 


E301 


and Places. 




Gynaecocracy 


L233 


Guienne 


R290 


Gynaecology 


H390 


— and Gascony 


R289 


Gynoeceum 


E130 


Guildford 


U831 


Gypsies 


Qoio 


Guilds (Social) 


Logo 


Gypsum 


D375 


— (Trade) 


P816 


Gyroscope 


B030 


Guillotine 


L668 






Guinea, Gulf of 


O860 


Haag, Den 


T176 


— New- 


P173-83 


Haakon. See Hakon. 




Guinea Pigs 


F772 


Haarlem 


T188 


Guipiizcoa 


R725 


Habakkuk 


K165 


Guisards 


N223 


Habana 


W642 


Guitars 


C633 


Habeas corpus 


L467 


Guizeh 


O478 


Haberdashery 


I521 


Gujarat (Bombay) 


P835 


Habesh 


O510 


— Kings of 


P636 


Habit (Human) 


G029 


Gujarati Lang, and Liter. 


M267 


Habitations 


B430 


Gulf of Mexico 


W634 


Habits, Animal 


E073 


Gulf States (U. S.) 


W315 


Habsburg, House of 


S638 


Gulf Stream 


W634 


Habsburg-Lorraine, Hoiase of S666 


Gulls 


F635 


Hackney 


U917 


Gum Bichromate process 


A775 


Hacks (Horses) 


F822 


Gums 


D953 


Haco. See Hakon 




Gun-boats 


B828 


Haddington 


V337 


— Cotton 


D911 


Haddingtonshire 


V336 


— Metal 


D669 


Haddocks 


F462 


Gunnery 


B916 


Hades 


K364 


Gunpowder 


D912 


Hadramaut 


6299 


Gunpowder Plot 


V551 


Hadrian (Rome) 


Q545 


Guns 


B913 


Hffimatinics 


G505 


Gunshot wounds 


H577 


Haemodoraceas 


E400 


Gustaf I. (Sweden) 


T806 


Hsemorrhage 


G337 


— II. — 


T811 


Haemorrhoids 


H181 


— III. — 


T821 


Hcemosporida 


F083 


— IV. — 


T822 


Haggai 


K167 


Gustation 


G852 


Hagiology 


K404 


Gustavus Adolphus 


T811 


Hague 


T176 


Gustavus I.-IV. (Sweden) T806-822 


Ha-has 


I235 


Gutta-percha 


I705 


Haidarabad City 


P702 


Guttiferas 


E738 


— State 


P701 


Guttorm (Norway) 


T606 


Hail 


D085 


Gutturals 


M007 


Hainan 


P471 


Guy de Lusignan 


Q240 


Hainault 


T330 


Gwalior 


P734 


Hainaut 


T330 


Gymnasia 


H712 


— Counts of 


T331 



322 



Hai-Ham 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Ham-Har 



Hairdressing H462 

Hair (Human) H450 

Hairs, Animal F006 

— Plant Em 
Haiti W647 
Hakodatd P348 
Hakon I. (Norway) T601 

— II. — T601 

— III. — T605 

— IV. — T607 

— V. — T610 

— VI. — T612 

— VII. — T613 
Halacha K003 
Halberts B931 
Half castes G045 
Half-timber work B328 
Half-tone Process A740 
Halibut F463 
Halicarnassus Qi39 
Halifax (Nova Scotia) W067 

— (Yorks) U457 
Halland T918 
Halle-am-Saale S747 
Hall Marking D686 
Halloween J726 
Halls (Arch.) B393 
Hallucinations G782 
Halma H939 
Halmaheira P241 
Halogen Derivatives D816 
Halogen group D753 
Haloids D413 
Halophytes E158 
Haloragidaceae E794 
Halos D204 
Ham I891 
Hamamelidaceae E582 
Hamar T707-g 
Hamayin (India) P616 
Hamburg S808 
Hamilcar O306 

— Barca O307 
Hamilton (Canada) W049 

- (Scot.) V315 
Hamitic Languages M220 

— Literature M221 
Hammerfest T728 
Hammering B127 
Hammers B154 



Hammersmith 
Hammer, Throwing the 
Hampshire 

— New 
Hampstead 
Hand (Anatomy) 
Hand Bells 
Handbills 
Handcarts 

Handicrafts. See Subjects 
Hand Looms 
Handrailing 
Hands (Anatomy) 
Hand Tools 
Handwriting 
Han Dynasty 
Han, East 
Hangchau 
Hanging 
Hangings 
Hankow 
Han, Later I. 



Hanley 

Hannibal 

Hannover 



II. 



(City) 

— (Kingdom) 

— Dukes, Electors, 

Kings 
Hanoi 

Hanover, House of 
Hans (Denmark) 
Hanseatic League 
Hanse Towns 
Hants 
Hanucah 
Happiness 

Hapsburg, House of 
Harald Haarfager (Norway) 
Harbour Dues 
Harbouring (Law) 
Harbours 
Hardening Metals 
Hardicanute (England) 
Hardinge, Viscount (India) 
Hard labour (Law) 
Hardware 
Harelip 
Harems 
Hares 



U903 

H731 
U765 
W205 
U914 
G623 
C742 
L863 
B557 

I405 

B35» 
G623 

Bi54 
M707 
P406 
P407 

P453 
L666 

I341 
P460 
P407 
P416 

U593 
O308 

S759 
S755 

'S756-5S 

P517 
V562 
T512 
S806 
S805 
U765 
J728 
J212 
S638 
T601 
B734 
L558 
B240 
D650 

U331 
P664 
L681 
D64a 

H115 
G092 
F752. 



323 



Har-Hau C 


LASSII 


Harikari 


G792 


Harlingen 


T154 


Harlots 


G094 


Harmonica 


C710 


Harmonics 


C427 


Harmoniums 


C720 


Harmony 


C427 


— and Composition 


C426 


Harness 


I771 


Harold I. (England) 


U330 


— II. — 


U333 


Haroun-al-Raschid (Arabia) 


Q285 


Harp, Concert 


C626 


— Irish • 


C623 


— Jews 


C628 


— CEolian 


C627 


Harps 


C621-29 


Harp, Scotch 


C625 


Harpsichord 


C645 


Harp, Welsh 


C624 


Harrar 


O522 


Harriers 


F928 


— (Paper chasing) 


H723 


Harrisburg 


W261 


Harrison, B. (U. S.) 


W139 


Harrison, W. H. (U. S.) 


W125 


Harris (Scotland) 


V143 


Harrogate 


U458 


Harrow 


U873 


Hartford (Conn.) 


W236 


Hartlepool 


U427 


— West 


U428 


Harvest 


I023 


Harwich 


U853 


Hasa, El- 


Q296 


Hashish 


E467 


Haslingden 


U492 


Hassan (Arabia) 


Q266 


Hasselt 


T342 


Hastings 


U794 


— Marquis of 


P663 


— Warren 


P661 


Hatching 


F601 


Hate 


J225 


Hat-making 


I526 


Hats 


I526 


Hatters 


I526 


Haulage 


B123 


Hauling Machinery 


B122 


Haunted Houses 


J593 



Hau-Hea 



Haussaland 


08i8 


Hautboy 


C703 


Haute-Garonne 


R317 


Haute-Loire 


R576 


Haute-Marne 


R399 


Haute-Rhin 


R42I 


Hautes-Alpes 


R435 


Haute-Saone 


R423 


Haute-Savoie 


R447 


Hautes-Pyrenees 


R3I5 


Haute- Vienne 


R55I 


Havana 


W642 


Haverfordwest 


U272 


Havre 


R235 


Hawaii 


PI6I 


Hawaiian Language 


M375 


Hawick 


V383 


Hawkers 


L853 


Hawking 


F687 


Hawks 


F686 


— Night 


F679 


Hay 


I016 


Hayes, President (U. S.) 


W135 


Hay fever 


G865 


Hayti 


W647 


Hazard 


H945 


Hazels 


E450 


Hazes 


D215 


Head 


G762 


Headaches 


G754 


Head Dresses 


I525 


Head Teachers 


A153 


Healing, Faith 


G546 


— Medicine 


G500-50 


Health, Personal 


H624 


— Public 


H621 


— Resorts 


G540 


Healths (Toasts) 


I812 


Hearing 


G842 


— Diseases of 


G841 


Heart 


H050 


Heartburn 


H143 


Heart Pang 


H052 


Heat 


C200 


— Animal (Biol.) 


E037 


— Applications 


C218 


— Engines 


C283 


Heathenism 


J501 


Heathers 


E823 


Heaths 


E824 



324 



Hea-Hel 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Hel-Her 



Heating, Electric 


C218 


Helsingor 


T562 


— General 


C218 


Helston 


U709 


— Hot Water 


C218 


Helvetia 


S500 


Heating Machinery- 


C284 


Helvetian Church 


K935 


Heat Pressure 


C261 


Helvetic Republic 


S502 


Heat remedies (medicine) 


G521 


Kernel Hempstead 


U762 


Heaven (Christian) 


K361 


Hemichordia 


F407 


Heavens (Theol.) 


J411 


Hemiplegia 


G735 


Hebrews 


Q201 


Hemiptera 


F351 


Hebrews, Epistle to 


K224 


Hemispheres, Celestial 


C811 


Hebrew Type 


M813 


— Earth 


D002 


Hebrides 


V105 


Hemlock 


E800 


Hebrides, New 


P189 


Hemorrhage 


G337 


Hedemarken 


T707 


Hemorrhoids 


H181 


Hedgehogs 


F731 


Hemp 


E467 


Hedges 


I031 


— Manufacture 


I425 


Hedjaz 


Q290 


Henbane 


■ E885 


Hedon 


U448 


Hengist (England) 


U303 


Hedonism 


J213 


Henley-on-Thames 


U729 


Hegel 


J357 


Henri I. (France) 


R044 


Heidelberg 


S920 


— II. — 


R072 


Heilbronn 


S936 


— III. — 


R076 


Heinrich II. (Austria) 


S309 


— IV. — 


R081 


Heinrich I. (Holy Roman Emp.) S617 


Henri de Valois (Poland) 


S167 


— II. — 


S621 


Henrique, Cardinal 


R82& 


— III. — 


S623 


Henry I. (England) 


U337 


- IV. — 


S624 


— II. — 


U342 


— V. — 


S625 


— III. — 


U345 


— VI. — 


S630 


— IV. — 


U353 


— VII. — 


S644 


— V. — 


U354 


Heinrich of Carinthia ■ 


S348 


— VI. — 


U355 


Heirs 


L784 


— VII. — 


U361 


Hejaz 


Q290 


— VIII. -i 


U362 


Hehgoland 


S753 


Henry of Jerusalem 


Q242 


Heliogabalus (Rome) 


Q553 


Hens 


F622 


Heliograph 


B646 


Hepaticse (Bot.) 


E276 


Helipmeter 


C830 


Hepatitis 


H147 


Heliostat 


C830 


Hepatology 


H146 


Heliotrope 


E868 


Heptarchy 


U303 


Heliozoa 


F054 


Heracleopolite Dynasty 


O407 


Helium 


D792 


Herachtus 


J315 


Hellas 


Q300 


Heraldic Officers 


X086 


HeU (Christian) 


K364 


Heraldry 


X080-113 


Hellebore 


E526 


— Family 


X092 


Hells (Christian) 


K364 


Heralds 


X087 


— (Theol.) 


J415 


— Colleges of 


X089 


Helminthology 


F130 


Herald's Visitations 


X091 
P885 


Helmets 


B937 


Herat 


Helobiese 


E336 


Herault 


R348 


Helsingfors 


S204 


Herbalb 


G402 



325 



Her-Hib 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Hic-Hir 



Herbaria 


E185 


Hiccough 


H139 


Herbs 


E152 


Hicksites 


K816 


Herculaneum 


Q917 


Hidalgo 


W540 


Hercules I. (Monaca) 


R583 


Hides 


I751 


Herd Books 


F852 


Hieratic Writing 


M713 


Heredity (Biol.) 


E017 


Hieroglyphics 


M712 


Hereford 


U657 


Higashiyama 


P310 


Herefordshire 


U655 


Higham Ferrers 


U624 


Heresies 


K411 


High Buildings 


B489 


Heretics 


K411 


— Church 


K758 


Hermaphrodites (Human) 


G367 


— Court of Justiciary 


L459 


Hermaphroditism (Animal) 


E054 


— Courts 


L454 


Hermeneutics 


K281 


Higher Algebra 


A437 


Hermetic Art 


D701 


Higher Education 


A120 


Hermits 


K502 


High German Lang. (Gen.) 


M560 


Hernandiacese 


E544 


— — — Ordinary 


M564 


Hernia 


H575 


— — Literature (Gen 


)M56i 


Heroic Age (Greece) 


Q301 


— — — Ordinary M565 


Heroism 


J256 


Highland Bagpipes 


S692 


Herons 


F646 


Highlands (Scotland) 


Vioo 


Herpes 


H420 


High Treason 


L551 


Herpetology 


F500 


Highwaymen (Biog.) 


X042 


Herrings 


F447 


Highway Robbery 


L635 


Hertford 


U761 


Highways 


B212 


Hertfordshire 


U760 


High Wycombe 


U752 


Hertogenbosch 


T166 


Hilary, St. (Pope) 


Q660 


Hertwig, Classification 


F041 


Hildebrand (Pope) 


Q678 


Hertzian Waves 


C012 


HUl Tipperah 


P748 


Hervey Islands 


P103 


Himalaya Mountains 


P854 


Herzegovina 


S480 


Himalayan Trans., Languages M336 


Hesse 


S923 


Hindi Lang, and Liter. 


M272 


Hesse-Nassau 


S765 


Hindoos 


P601 


Hessen (Darmstadt) 


Sq23 


Hindostan 


P600 


— Landgraves and Dukes S924-5 


Hinduism 


K020 


Hessian Flies 


F364 


Hindu Kush 


P887 


Heteroconchise 


F213 


— Philosophy J 303-10 


Heterocyclic Compounds 


D895 


Hindus 


P601 


Heterogenesis 


E063 


Hindustan 


P600 


Heteromera 


F326 


Hindustani Language 


M265 


Heteroptera 


F351 


— Literature 


M266 


Heterotricha 


F072 


Hip Bone 


G627 


Hexacoralla 


F123 


Hip-Joint Disease 


G654 


Hexagons 


A502 


Hippocastanaceae 


E696 


Hexameters 


N130 


Hippocrateaceae 


E690 


Hexapoda 


F303 


Hippodromes 


N243 


Heywood 


U493 


Hippophagy 


I892 


Hia D3Tiasty 


P402 


Hippopotamus 


F837 


Hibernation 


E041 


Hire Purchase 


L838 


Hibernia 


Uooo 


Hiroshimo 


P339 


Hibiscus 


E718 


Hirudinei 


F160 



326 



His-Hol 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Hol-Hon 



Hispaniola W646 

Histogenesis E049 

Histology (Biol.) E049 

Historians X060 

Historical Books (Bible) K135 

— Collaterals O086 

History, Ancient Ooii 

— — and Geography Ooio 

— Church O002 

— Civil Oooi 

— FamUy X077 

— Mediaeval O046 

— — and Geography O045 

— Military O004 

— Modern O061 

— — and Geography O060 



— Naval 


O005 


— ^ Social 


O003 


— Universal 


OOGO 


Histrionics 


N240 


— Hittites 


0035 


— Hives 


H427 


Hoang-ho River 


P432 


Hobart Town 


P075 


Hobbes 


J336 


Hockey 


H767 


Hocks 


I864 


Hot (Bavaria) 


S966 


Hogmanay 


J733 


Hohenstaufen, House of 


S627 


Hohenzollern, House of 


S703 


— State 


S800 


Hoisting Machinery 


BII7 


Hoists 


BI20 


Hokkaido 


P347 


Hokoto 


P37I 


Holborn 


U92I 


Holding Machinery 


BI3I 


Holidays 


J 700-63 


— Bank 


J752 


— Secular 


J75I 


Holiness 


K349 


Holland 


Tioo 


— and Belgium 


Tooo 


— Counts 


T003 


— Kingdom 


Tioi 


— (Lines.) 


U542 


— New 


Poio 


— North 


TI86 


— South 


TI75 



Hollow Ware D649 

Holly ■ E688 

Hollyhocks E716 

Holocephali F428 

Holostomi F434 

Holothuroidea F190 

Holotricha F071 

Holstein S750 

— House of (Russia) S035 
Holstein-Gottorp, House of T819 
Holy Alliance O044 
Holy Ghost K324 

— Order X194 

Holy Grail K306 

— Land Q200 

— League R076 

— Office K620 

— Orders J 982 

— Pasch J717 

— Roman Empire S610-70 

— Rood J971 

— Sepulchre, Order X158 

— Spirit K328 

— Vial, Order X144 

— Water J 635 
Home L005 

— Counties U800 

— Education A128 

— Lessons A149 

— Missions J 881 

— Nursing H616 

— Office L360 

— Rule (Ireland) U049 
Homes B439 
Homesickness G733 
Homicide L612 
Homiletics J 650 
HomiUes J 653 
Homing Pigeons F627 
Homoeopathy G556 
Homologies (Biol.) Eooo 
Homonyms M064 
Homoptera F352 
Honan P442 
Hondo P330 
Honduras W606 

— British W604 

Honesty J 254 

Honey F346 

Honeymoon G062 



327 



Hon-Hor 


CLASSIFY 


^CATION. 


Hor-Hou 


Honeysuckle 


E923 


Horsemanship 


F812 


Hong Kong 


P474 


Horsens 


T556 


Honiton 


U697 


Horse Racing 


F814 


Honolulu 


P167 


Horse Riding 


F812 


Honorary Degrees 


A185 


Horses 


F810 


— Titles 


X099 


— Arabian 


-F819 


Honorius I. (Monaco) 


R583 


— Draught 


F823 


— II. — 


R584 


Horseshoeing 


I102 


— III. — 


R584 


Horse Stealing 


L633 


— IV. — 


R585 


Horsetails 


E293 


— V. — 


R586 


Horse Traction (Trams) 


B519 


Honorius I. (Popes) 


Q663 


Horse Training 


F811 


— II. — 


Q681 


Horticulture 


I220 


— III. — 


Q687 


Hosea 


K158 


— IV. — 


Q693 


Hosiery 


I436 


Honorius (Rome) 


Q606 


Hospitality 


J267 


Honour 


J251 


Hospitallers, Knights 


X190 


Honour, Legion of 


X147 


Hospital Nursing 


H617 


Honours of War 


B991 


Hospitals 


H610 


Honour, Titles of 


X099 


Hospodars (Moldavia) 


Q472 


Honshu 


P330 


— WaUachia 


■Q465 


Hookey, Blind 


H946 


Host 


- J615 


Hooks, Fish 


I737 


Hot Air Heating 


C218 


Hooping Cough 


H529 


Hotels 


I980 


Hoops (Dress) 


I605 


Hot-Plate Baking 


■I934 


Hope 


J263 


Hottentot Language 


M204 


Hops 


E465 


Hottentots 


O700 


Horas 


J632 


Hot Water Engineering 


C210-18 


Horikawa 


P303 


Hounds 


F919-32 


Horizon 


D016 


Hour Glasses 


D293 


Hornbeams 


E449 


Hours 


D272 


HornbUls 


F680 


— Books of 


J632 


Hornblende 


D378 


— of Work 


L112 


Hornbooks 


M081 


House Agents 


L716 


Horn, Cape 


W821 


— Breaking 


L637 


Horn of Africa 


O525 


— Cleaning 


I943 


Hornpipes 


C476 


— Dusting 


I943 


Horns, Animal 


F007 


— Flies 


F366 


Hornsey 


U874 


— Furnishing 


I321 


Horns, French 


C668 


Household Libraries 


M990 


— (Music) 


C666-71 


— Removals 


B614 


— Post 


C669 


Housekeepers 


I940 


— Sax 


C671 


Housekeeping 


I941 


— Wald 


C667 


Housemaids 


I964 


Horology 


D270 


Housemaid's Knee 


G652 


Horoscopes 


D965 


House of Commons 


L311 


Horse-Chestnuts 


E697 


— of Keys 


L321 


Horse Flies 


F365 


— of Lords 


L313 


Horse Guards 


B881 


— of Representatives 


L326 


Horse-Hiring 


B608 


— Painting 


A691 



328 



Hou-Hun 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Hun-Hyd 



House Property 

Houses 

House Sanitation 

Housewifery 

Housing 

Hove 

Hovelling 

Howe, Lord, Island 

Howel (Wales) 

Howel ap lefan (Wales) 

Howel Dda (Wales) 

Howitzers 

Howth 

Hubert, St., Order 

Huckleberries 

Hucksters 

Huddersfield 

Hudson Bay 

Hudson River 

Hue 

Huelva 

Huesca 

Hugh Capet (France) 

— (France) 

— of Provence 
Huguenots 

Hull 

Hulls (Ship) 

Human Anatomy 

— and Physiology 
Humanists 
Humanitarianism 
•Humanities 
Humanity 

Human Pathology 
^- Personality 

— Physiology 

— Progress 

— Race, Unity 

— Relationships 

— Skeleton 
Humber River 
Humbugs 
Hume 
Humerus 
Humility 
Humiriacese 
Humming Birds 
Humour ■■ ' 
Hunan . . . ': 



L7I5 


Hunchback 


G605 


B430 


Hundred Days (France) 


R112 


B254 


Hundreds 


L371 


I940 


Hundred Years' War 


R061 


L060-68 


Hungarian Language 


M312 


U789 


— Literature 


M313 


B760 


Hungary 


S400 


P055 


Hunger 


E031 


U22I 


Hun Invasions (India) 


P630 


U209 


Huns 


Q004 


U207 


Hunters (Horses) 


F821 


B9I3 


Hunting 


H830 


UI36 


Hunting Dogs 


F919 


XI49 


Huntingdon 


U547 


E820 


— Countess of, Connection KQ56 


L853 


Huntingdonshire 


U546 


U459 


Hunting, Fox 


F948 


W043 


Huntley 


V173 


W249 


Hunts 


F948 


P5I2 


Hupeh 


P458 


R769 


Hurdy-Gurdy 


C646 


R728 


Hurhng 


H767 


R042 


Huron Indians 


W083 


- R029 


Huron, Lake 


W052 


Q628 


Hurricanes 


D223 


K735 


Husband and Wife, Law 


G061 


U449 


Husbandry 


looo 


B652 


Husbands 


G06I 


G20I 


Hussars 


B884 


G200 


Hussein (Persia) 


P959 


J333 


Hussites 


K7I6 


J380 


Hyacinths 


E397 


AI23 


Hyasnas 


F962 


J265 


Hybridization 


E07I 


G300 


Hydatids 


H503 


G020 


Hyde 


U527 


G250 


Hyder^/bad, City 


P702 


G035 


— State 


P70I 


G003 


Hydnoraceae 


E488 


G080 


Hydragogues 


HI92 


G602 


Hydrangeas 


E576 


U436 


Hydrants, Fire 


C233 


J246 


Hydraria 


FI07 


J354 


Hydrauhc Engineering 


DI70 


G6I5 


— Hoists 


DI72 


J 277 


— Presses 


DI7I 


E64I 


— ■ Rams 


DI73 


F677 


— Wheels 


DI74 


N32I 


Hydraulus 


C723 


P46I 


Hydrobromic Acid 


D857 



329 



Hyd-Hyr 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Hyr-Ief 



Hydrocarbons D810 

Hydrocaryaceae E793 

Hydrocele H319 

Hydrocephalus G755 

Hydrocharitaceas E344 

Hydrochloric Acid D757 

Hydrocorallinae F108 

Hydrocyanic Acid D858 

Hydrodynamics D140 

Hydrogen D754 

Hydrogen Group D753 

Hydrography Dioo 

Hydroidae F106 

Hydro-kinematics D155 

Hydrology Dioo 

Hydromechanics D170 

Hydromedusae F106 

Hydrometer D140 

Hydrometry D140 

Hydropathy G533 

Hydrophobia H587 

Hydrophyllacese E866 

Hydrophytes E155 

Hydropterides E290 

Hydrostatics D140 

Hydrothorax G956 

Hydrozoa F106 

Hyeres R369 

Hygiene H620 

Hygrometer D214 

Hygrometry D214 

Hyksos Djmasty O411 

Hymen H356 

Hymenoptera F340 
Hjminology (Church Ritual) J 640 

Hymns (Music) C565 

— (Poetry) N117 

Hymn Tunes C565 

Hypermetropia G829 

Hyperotretia F413 

Hypertrophy G332 

Hypnotics G745 

Hypnotism G771 

Hypochondria G781 

Hypodermic Drugs G515 

Hypotheses (Logic) A309 

Hypothic Landlords L767 

Hypotricha F074 

Hypsometry D092 

Hyracoidea F884 



Hyrax F884 

Hysteresis C032 

Hysteria G722 

Hystricomorpha F770 

Hythe U810 

Iago (Wales) U215 

— and lefan (Wales) U208 
lasi Q473 
Ibea O530 
Iberia S149 
Iberian Peninsula R940 
Ibis F647 
Ibo Language M214 
Ibrahim (Egypt) O438 

— (Turkey) Q072 
Icacinacese E691 
Ice D081 
Ice Age D355 
Icebergs D083 
Ice Climbing H735 
Iceland T570 
Icelandic Language M543 

— Literature M544 
Iceland Ponies F824 
Ices (Confectionery) I923 
Icework D080 
Ichnology E090 
Ichthyology F420 
Ichthyopsida F411 
Ichthyosauria F503 
Ichthyosis H421 
Iconography J972 
Idaho W470 
Ideal Governments L241 
Idealism Jm 
Ideas J 164 
Identity, Mistaken L520 
Ideographic Writing M710 
Idiocy G777 
Idioms M053 
Idiopathic Diseases G308 
Idiosyncrasy G026 
Idiots G777 
Idolatry J502 
Idumsea Q220 
Idwal (Wales) U201 

— ap Meyric (Wales) U212 

— Voel (Wales) U206 
lefan and Iago (Wales) U208 



330 



Ign-Imp 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Imp-Ind 



Igneous Rocks D361 

Iguanas F523 

Iki P353 

He de France R480 

He d' Oleron R284 

Ileum H168 

Iliac Vein H032 

Ilkeston U584 

lUe-et-Vilaine R252 

Illegitimacy G091 

Illicit Stills I856 

Illinois W360 

Illinois Indians W084 

Illiteracy A105 

Illumination (Art) A684 

— (Light) C140 

Illustrated Miscellanies A050 

Illustration, Book A608 

Illyria S393 

Images J972 

Imaginary Characters G028 

— Conversations N233 

Imagination J 165 

Imbeciles G777 

Imitation J 161 

Immaculate Conception K315 

Immersion (Baptism) J614 

Immigrants L084-5 

Immigration L086 

ImmortaHty, Christian K368 

Immortality (Theol.) J408 

Immunity (Disease) G360 

Impediments of Speech G904 

Imperial Federation L323 

Imperial Line (France) R192 

Imperial Service Order X133 

Impetigo H422 

Implements Biio 

Imports L804 

Imposition (Printing) M838 

Impostors J 246 

Impotence H337 

Impregnation H341 

Impressionism J 113 

Impressment B780 

Imprisonment L660 

— False L571 

— for Life L680 

— with Hard Labour L681 
Impromptus (Music) C451 



mprovisation C437 

ncandescence C203 
ncandescent Lamps (Electric) C062 

— (Gas) D927 

ncantations J555 

ncarnation (Christ) K304 

ncas W761 

ncense J 615 

ncest G074 

ncHned Plane B038 

ncome (Capital) L941 

— Tax L909 
ncontinence J 228 
ncrement, Unearned L756 
ncubation F601 
ncunabula M795 
ncurable Diseases G375 
ndecency L563 
ndependence, Declaration of W109 

— War of (U. S.) W108 

ndependent Methodists K840 

ndependents K806 

ndex Expurgatoris M133 

ndexing M160 

ndia P600 

— Farther P500 
ndiana W357 
ndianapolis W358 
ndian Architecture B455 

— Army B847 

— Clubs H715 

— Corn E347 

— Empire, Order X130 

— Languages M256-76 

— Ocean D106 

— Painting A653 

— Reservations W190 
Indians, North American W080 
Indian Territory W420 

— Tribes, Canadian W081 
_ _ U.S. W082 

India-rubber Manufacture I701 

India-rubber Tree E468 

India, Star of, Order X127 

Indicators B647 

Indictments L535 

Indies, West W630 

Indigestion H134 

Indigo (Colour) C126 

— (Plant) E611 



331 



Ind-Inj 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Inj-Ins 



Indo-China, French 

Indoor Games 

Indore 

Indre 

Indre-et-Loire 

Induction (Electric) 

Induction (Logic) 

Indulgences 

Indus River 

Industrial Architecture 

Industrial Biography 

Industrial Decoration 

Industrial Schools 

Industries. See Names 

Inebriates 

Inermes 

Infallibility, Papal 

Infant Education 

Infanticide 

Infant Mortality 

Infantry 

— Marine 

— Mounted 

— Volunteers 
Infants 
Infection 

Infectious Diseases 
Infernal Machines 
Infibulation 
Infidelity 

Infinitesimal Calculus 
Infirmaries 
Inflammation 
Inflection (Lang.) 
Inflorescence 
Influenza 
Informers 
Infusions 
Infusoria 

Inge Bardsson 

Inhalations 

Inhambane 

Inheritance 

Inherited Diseases 

Injections, Hypodermic 

Injectors 

Injunctions 

Injured, First aid to 

Injuries (Law) 

Injuries, Malicious 



P5I0 


Injuries (Medicine) 


H573 


Hgio 


Ink Drawing 


A627 


P731 


Inks 


M739 


R513 


Inlaid wood work 


I32& 


R461 


Inland Revenue 


L927 


Coio 


— States (Mexico) 


W530 


A305 


Innocence 


J274 


J626 


Innocent I. (Pope) 


Q657 


P857 


— II. — 


Q682 


B443 


— III. — 


Q686 


X047 


— IV. — 


Q689 


A690 


— V. — 


Q692 


A169 


— VI. — 


Q700. 




— VII. — 


Q706 


G788 


— VIII.— 


Q718 


F157 


— IX. — 


Q731 


K610 


— X. — 


Q73& 


A116 


— XL — 


Q740 


H395 


— XII. — 


Q742 


H394 


— XIIL— 


Q744 


B892 


Inns 


I981 


B823 


Innsbruck 


-S378 


B886 


Inns of Court 


U924 


B895 


Inoculation 


G360. 


GII3 


Inorganic Chemistry 


D750 


G357 


Inquests 


H652 


H5IO 


Inquisition 


K620- 


B9I4 


Inquisitiveness 


J243 


H3O6 


Insane 


G775. 


J427 


— Biography of 


Xo68. 


A52O 


Insanity 


G775. 


H6II 


Inscriptions 


M745. 


G355 


Insecta 


F3oa 


M02I 


Insectivora 


F730 


E123 


Insectivorous Plants 


E165 


H543 


Insect Pollination 


E121 


L526 


Insect Stings 


H590 


G423 


Insects 


F300' 


F07O 


Insessores 


F660 


T606 


Insignia 


I653 


G516 


Insolvency 


L844 


O785 


Insomnia 


G726. 


L780 


Inspection (Professions) 


L147 


G3O3 


Inspectors (Professions) 


L147 


G5I5 


Inspiration 


J 153 


C272 


— Biblical 


K275 


L547 


Instalment System 


L838 


H6OI 


Instinct 


E074 


L57O 


Institutes, Roman (Law) 


L441 


L6I4 


Instruction 


Aioo 



332 



Ins-Int 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Int-Ire 



Instruction, Ministers of A103 

Instrumental Forms (Music) C443 

Instrumentation C750 

Instruments, Ancient (Music) C601 

— Mechanical Biio- 

— Musical C600-745 

— Percussion C730 

— Savage Races (Music) C602 

— Stringed (Bow) C603 

— — (Key) C640 

— — (Plectral) C620 

— Wind (Cup) C655 

— - (Key) C715 

— — (Reed) C69O 
Insulation (Electric) C053 
Insurance L970-83 

— Accident L977 

— Fire L973 

— Life L972 

— Marine 1-974 
Insurrections O091 
Intaglio Engraving A722 
Integral Calculus A522 
Intellect J 152 
Intellectual Philosophy J 001 
InteUigence (War) B953 
Intemperance G787 
Intensification (Photo.) A763 
Intention J 205 
Interchangeability B108 
Intercommunication B600 
Interdicts (Law) L547 
Interest L951 
Interference (Light) C104 
Interior, Depts. of L360 
Interjections M030 
Interlaken S534 
Interludes N212 
Intermediate State J 4^4 
Interment, Earth H660 
Intermittent Fevers H514 
International Association L106 
International Law L400 
International Politics L256 
International Postal Union B622 
Interpretation (Bible) K281 
Interpreting (Lang.) M091 
Interrupters B639 
Intertrigo H423 
Intervals (Music) C428 



Intervention L419 

— Armed L420 
Intestacy L785 
Intestinal Obstructions H172 
Intestines H145-77 
Intolerance J280 
Intonation C306 
Intoxication G787 
Intrenchments B978 
Introductions (Books) M106 
Intuition J209 
Intuitionalism J 209 
Inundations D212 
Invasions O094 

— Age of (Italy) Q637 
Inventions Aoii 
Inverary V202 
Inverbervie V251 
Inverkeithing V288 
Inverness V146 
Invernesshire V140 
Invertebrata F045 
Invertebrates F045 
Inverurie V174 
Investments (Finance) L903 
Investments (Sieges) B980 
Invisibility J556 
Invitation Cards X209 
Invoices A479 
Involution, Algebra A436 

— Arith. A416 
Iodides D759 
Iodine D759 
Iodoform D825 
lona V209 
Ionia Q138 
Ionian Islands Q387 
Ionic Architecture B461 
Ionic Philosophy J312 
I.O.U.'s L842 
Iowa W385 
Iowa Indians W086 
Ipecacuanha E918 
Ipswich U561 
Iran P900 
Iranian Language M280 

— Literature M281 

Ireland Uooo 

Ireland, Church of K780 

— Governors U025 



333 



Ire-Isl 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Isl-Iva 



Ireland, Lords of U020 
— Presbyterian Church K925 

Iridaceae E409 

Iridium D491 

Iris (Botany) E411 

Iris (Eye) G803 

Irish Bagpipes C693 

— Harp C623 

— Home Rule U049 

— Language M414 

— Literary Hist. (Gen.) M528 

— Literature (Celtic) M415 

— Painting A678 

— Parliament L320 

— Rebellion U045 

— Type M815 

— Union U046 
Iritis G830 
Irkutsk S277 
Iron D452 
Iron Age O125 

— Bridges B222 

— Cast D454 
Ironclads B806 
Iron Group (Metals) D451 
Ironing (Laundry) I952 
Iron, Malleable D455 
Ironmongers D691 
Ironmongery D690 
Iron, Pig D454 
Ironwood E740 
Iroquois Indians W083 
Iroquois Language M660 
Irrawadi River P809 
Irrigation I003 
Irritability of Plants E133 
Irritants II441 
Irvine V347 
Irvingites K951 
Isaac I. (Byz.) Q329 

— n. — Q330 
Isabella I. of Castile (Spain) R608 

— II. (Spain) R674 

Isabella, Order of X173 

Isaiah K153 

Ischia Q931 

Isere R431 

Islam K070 

Islamism K070 

Island , T570 



Island Floras 

Islands 

I slay 

Isle de France 

Isle of Ely 

Isle of Man 

Isle of Wight 

Islington 

Ismail (Egypt) 

Ismail I. (Persia) 

— II. — 
Ismid 

Isola d'Eba 

Isomerism 

Isomorphism 

Isopoda 

Ispahan 

Israelites 

Israelites, British 

Israel, Kingdom of 

Israel, Lost Tribes 

Istambol 

Isthmian Games 

Istria 

ItaUa 

Italian Independence 

— Language 

— Literature 

— Orders 

— Paintmg 

— Printing 

— Renaissance (Arch.) 

— Writing 
Italic Language 

— Literature 
Italic Type 
Italy 

— Prankish Empire 

— Gothic Kingdom 

— Lombard Kingdom 

— United 
Itch 
Ithaca 

Iturbide I. (Mexico) 
Ivan I. (Russia) 

— IL — 



III. 
IV. 
V. 
VI. 



(the Terrible) 



E168 
D091 
V211 
R480 

U553 
U2go 
U776 
U916 
O441 
P951 
P953 
Q126 
Q872 
D717 
D400 
F273 

P985 
Q201 
K009 

Q203 
K008 

Q144 
H854 

S390 

Q500 

Q640 

,. M432 

M433 

X154 
A666 
M780 
B483 
M726 
M421 
M422 
M811 
Q500 
Q620 
Q610 

Q615 
Q641 
H431 

Q389 
W509 
S006 
S006 
Son 
S013 
S024 
S030 



334 



Ivi-Jap 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Jap-Jew 



Ivica 


R784 


Ivory 


I780 


Ivory Carving 


I781 


Ivory Coast 


O831 


Ivory Trade 


I782 


Ivy 


E797 


ACKSON (A.) (U. S.) 


W123 


' ackson, Mi. (U. S.) 


W323 


^ acobean Architecture 


B479 


, acobins (France) 


R086 


[ acobite Church 


K437 


^ acobites 


V563-64 


1 acquard Looms 


I406 


Jacquerie (France) 


R062 


^ ade 


D535 


Jaen 


R770 


;affa 


Q221 


^ aguars 


F960 


^ ahangir (India) 


P618 


, ahan, Shah (India) 


P619 


^ ail Fever 


H518 


^ ails 


L661 


^ ainism 


K042 


Jaipur 


P719 


Jalap 


E862 


^ alisco 


W555 


^ amaica 


W643 


' ames Epistle (N. T.) 


K226 


James I. (Scotland) 


V029 


— II. — 


V030 


— III. — 


V031 


— IV. — 


V032 


— V. — 


V033 


James I. (U. K.) 


V551 


— II. — 


V558 


James, St., of Compostello, 




Order of 


X174 


James, St., Order of 


X177 


Jammu 


P705 


Jams 


I925 


Janeiro, Rio de 


W741 


Janina 


Quo 


Janitors 


B618 


Jansenites 


K640 


January 


D040 


Japan 


P300 


Japanese Language 


M317 


— Literature 


M318 


— Orders 


X185 



Japanese Painting A653 
— Physical training H707 

Japanning A703 

Jarlsberg og Larvik Tyix 

J arrow U421 

Jasher, Book of K241 

Jasmine E849 

Jasper D529 

Jassy Q473 

Jaundice H148 

Jaunpur, Kings of P634 

Java P210 

Javan Language M367 

Jaw G608. 

Jays F674. 

Jealousy J229, 

Jean (Burgundy) R534- 

Jean I. (France) R054- 

— II. — R062 

Jedburgh V382- 

Jeddo P331 

Jefferson City W346' 
Jefferson, President (U.S.) W118 

Jehovah K324- 

Jejunum H167 

Jellies I925 

Jelly Fish F124 

Jemtland T93o- 
Jeremiah ' K154 

Jeremy, Epistle of K249-- 

Jericho Q222 

Jersey U991 

Jersey City W253 

Jerusalem Q230 

Jerusalem Artichokes E957 

Jerusalem, Kings of Q231 

Jerusalem Patriarchate K438 

Jesters X072 

Jests N324 

Jesuits K635 
Jesus K300-16 

Jet D534 

Jetsam B755 

Jetties B246. 

Jettisoning B744 

Jewellery I650 

Jewish Calendar O081 

Jewish Sabbath J763 

Jews Q201 

Jew's Harp C628- 



335 



Jew-Joh 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Joh-Jua 



Jews, Modern Q210 

Jhalawar P723 

Jigs C477 

Jind P763 

Jinko P317 

Jiu-jitsu H707 

Joachim Murat (Italy) Q924 

Joan, Pope Q671 

Joan I. (Portugal) R821 

— II. — R824 
_ III. — R826 

— IV. — R831 

— V. — R835 

— VI. — R839-40 

Joanna III. (Spain) R613 

Job K146 

Job Masters B609 

Jockies F814 

Jocular Tenures L751 

Jodhpur P717 

Joel K159 

Johan I. (Sweden) T803 

— II. — T512 

— III. — T808 
Johandar Shah (India) P622 
Johannesburg O729 
Johann Hunniades S413 
Johanni I. (Abyssinia) O514 
Johanil of Luxemburg S349 
Johann (Saxony) S985 
Johann Zapolski S418 
John Baliol V020 
John Cantacuzenus (Byz.) Q337 
John Comnenus (Byz.) Q330 
John de Brienne Q245 
John (England) U344 
John Epistle K228 
John (France) see Jean 

John, Gospel K210 

John I. -II. (Monaco) R582 
John of Jerusalem, St., Order X190 

John of Medici Q858 
John Palaeologus I. (Byz.) Q336 

— — II. — Q339 
John I. (Poland) S163 

— II. — S171 

— III. — S173 
John I. (Pope) Q660 

— II. — Q661 

— III. — Q661 



John IV. 


(Pope) 


Q663 


— V. 


— 


Q664 


— VI. 


— 


Q664 


— VII. 


— 


Q664 


— VIII. 


— 


Q674 


— IX. 


— 


Q674 


— X. 


— 


Q675 


— XI. 


— 


Q675 


— XII. 


— 


Q675 


— XIII. 


— 


Q676 


— XIV. 


— 


Q676 


— XV. 


— 


Q676 


— XVI. 


— 


Q676 


— XVII. 


— 


Q676 


— XVIII 


— 


Q676 


— XIX. 


— 


Q676 


— XX. 


— 


Q691 


— XXI. 


— 


Q697 


— XXII. 


— 


Q709 



John. See also Ivan, Joan, Jean 

Johnson, A. (U. S.) W133 

Johor P456 

Joinery I312 

Jointing (Geol.) D312 

Joints (Anat.) G646 

Joints (Cookery) 1 913 

Joint Stock Banks L954 

Joint Stock Companies L822 

Joint Tenants L771 

Jokes N324 

Jonah K162 

J onkoping T909 

Joppa Q221 

Jordan, River Q213 

Jos6 (Portugal) R836 
Josef II (Holy Roman Emp.) S668 

Josef I. (Hungary) S427 
Joseph Buonaparte (Italy and 

Spain) R646 
Joseph. See also Josef. 

Joshua K135 

Journalism M121 

Journalists X051 
Journals (History, Biography) X 

Journals (Mechanics) B171 

Journals (Parliamentary) L305 

Journeys O250 

Jovian (Rome) Q580 

Juan Fernandez Island W860 

Juan Fernandez Islands P123 



336 



Jub-Jus 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Jus-Kar 



Juba River O533 

Judaism K002 

Jude K22g 

Judea, Kingdom of Q204 

Judea Province Z220 

Judges (Bible) K137 

Judges (Law) L472 

Judgments L546 
Judicature, Supreme Courts L452 

Judicial Separation G076 

Judith K244 

Juggling H953 

Juglandaceae E439 

Juglandales E438 

Jugular Vein H034 

Jugurthan War O304 

Juices G432 

Jujuy W816 

Julian Calendar O078 

Julian the Apostate Q579 

Julius Cccsar Q526 

Julius I. (Pope) Q654 

- n. - Q719 

- in. — Q720 

July 1)046 

Jumna River P856 

Jumping H724 

Juncaceee E386 

Juncaginacese E340 

Junctions (Railway) B521 

June D045 

Junipers E323 

Juntoku P305 

Jupiter (Planet) C907 

Jura (France) R427 

Jura (Scotland) V212 

Jurassic Age ■ D336 

Juries L510 

— Grand L512 

— Petty L513 
Jurisdiction of Courts L465 
Jurisdiction, Summary L602 
Jurisprudence L430 

— Medical G560 

Jury L510 

— Trial by L510 

Justice J 270 

Justices of Peace L476 
Justiciary, High Court of L459 

Justification K348 



Justin I. (Byzan.) 


Q323 


— II. — 


Q323 


Justinian I. (Byzan.) 


Q323 


— II. — 


Q325 


Jute 


I422 


Jutland 


T550 


JuvenUe Delinquency 


G117 


Juvenile Fiction 


N004 


Kabala 


K004 


Kabul 


P883 


Kabyle Lang. 


M228 


Kabyles 


O358 


Kaf&r Lang. 


M205 


Kaffraria 


O767 


Kaiiri Lang. 


M261 


Kafirs 


G012M205 


Kaifeng 


P443 


Kairwan 


O373 


Kaiser Wilhelmsland 


P179 


Kale 


E553 


Kaleidoscope 


C161 


Kalendars 


O077 


Kalifate 


Q265 


Kalisz 


S190 


Kalmar 


T911 


Kalmucks 


G012M316 


Kaloubiah 


O469 


Kalsia 


P772 


Kaluga 


S071 


Kamerun 


O801 


Kampen 


T163 


Kamtchatka 


S289 


Kandahar 


P886 


Kandy 


P877 


Kangaroos 


F715 


Kanghi (China) 


P422 


Kansas 


W415 


— City 


W347 


Kansu 


P465 


Kant 


J355 


Kapurthala 


P765 


Karafuto 


P376 


Kara-Georgevitch 


Q428, 432 


Karamania 


Q146 


Karl (Baden) 


S906 


Karl I. (Bohemia) 


S350 


Karl I. (H. R. E.) 


R022 


— II. — 


R024 


— III. — 


R028 



337 



Kar-Kes 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Ket^Kia 



Karl IV. (H. R. E.) 

— V. — 

— VI. — 

— VII. — 
Karl Durazzo 

Karl Friedrich (Baden) 
Karlsbad 
Karlskrona 
Karlsruhe 

Karl WUhelm (Baden) 
Karnac 

Karpathian Mountains 
Karpathos 
Kars 
Kartum 
Kashgar 

Kashiwabara, Go- 
Kashmir 
Kashmiri Lang. 
Kassel 
Kastamuni 
Katrine, Loch 
Kazan (Govt.) 

— (Town) 
Keeling Islands 
Keeps 
Keewatin 
Keighley 

Ke Islands 

Keith 

Kelat 

Kells 

Kelts 

Kena 

Kendal 

Kenia, Mount 

Kenmare 

Kenotic Theory 

Kensington 

Kent 

Kent Bugle 

Kentucky 

Kepler's Laws 

Keramics 

Kerguelen Island 

Kerman 

Kerosene 

Kerry 

Kertch 

Kesteven 



S646 
S654 
S663 
S665 
S408 
S905 

S363 
T912 
S916 
S904 
O483 
S375 
Q137 
S147 

O487 
P497 
P308 

P70J 
M263 
S767 

Q144 
V240 
S120 
S124 
P460 

B973 
W040 
U460 

P245 
V163 
P891 
U124 
Q002 
O483 
U431 
O532 
U178 
K308 
U906 
U801 
C658 
W340 
C902 
D965 

W953 
P989 

D813 

U177 
S114 

U543 



Ketones 


D840 


Kettle Drums 


C734 


Kettles 


D649 


Keyboard Instruments 


C640 


Key bugle 


C658 


Keyed Wind Instruments 


C715 


Keys 


D681 


— (Music) 


C411 


Keys, House of 


L321 


Keystones 


B362 


Khaipur 


P738 


Kharkov 


S102 


Khartoum 


O487 


Khasi Lang. 


M344 


Khedives (Egypt) 


O436 


Kherson 


S106, 


Khilji, House of 


P60& 


Khiva 


S259 


Khodavendikiar 


Q131 


Khokand 


S263 


Khorasan 


P983 


Khotan 


P49& 


Khurdistan 


Q165 


Kiaking (China) 


P425 


Kiangsi 


P450 


Kiangsu 


P444 


Kidderminster 


U65» 


Kidnapping 


L61& 


Kidneys 


H201 


Kidwelly 


U275 


Kieff 


SioO' 


Kiel 


S751 


Kielce 


S195 


Kienbung (China) 


P424 


Kiev (City) 


Sioo 


— Dukes of 


S003 


Kildare Co. 


U128 


— (Town) 


U129 


Kilima-Njaro 


O611 


Kilkenny Co. 


U146 


— (Town); 


U147 


Killala 


U093 


KUlaloe 


U163 


Killarney 


U180 


Kilmarnock 


V348 


Kilrenny 


V289 


Kilrush 


U164 


Kimberley 


O762 


Kincardine 


V25a' 


Kindergarten. 


Any' 



338 



Kin-Kni CLASSIFi 

Kindness J 224 

— to Animals F004 

Kinematics B021 

Kinematography A786 

Kinetics B026 

Kingdoms L208 

Kingfishers F678 

Kinghorn V290 

King's Bench, Court L456 

Kings, Book of K140 

King's County U126 

King's Evil H559 

King's Island P078 

King's Lynn U558 

Kings of the East P634 

Kingston (Jamaica) W644 

Kingston-on-Thames U834 

Kinross V266 

Kinross-shire V265 

Kinsale U186 

Kinship G080 

Kintore V175 

Kintyre V204 

Kiolen Mountains T731 

Kirchwasser I844 

Kirghiz Hordes S132 

Kirin P483 

Kirkcaldy V291 

Kirkcudbright V362 

Kirkcudbrightshire V362 

Kirkintilloch V298 

Kirkwall V115 

Kishinev Si 04 

Kishmir P705 

Kismet J 377 

Kissing J 219 

Kitchen Gardens I226 

— Middens O157 

Kitchens B435 

Kitchen Utensils - I918 

Kites D269 

Kiushiu P343 

Kiwi F613 

Kjpbenhavn T561 

Klagenfurt S386 

fflausenburg S467 

Kleptomania G790 

Knee, Housemaid's G652 

Knee-joint G650 

Knighthood, Civil X116 



:ation. 


Kni-Kor 


Knighthood, Ecclesiastical 


X117 


— Military 


X118 


— Orders 


X115 


Knights 


Xiio 


Knights Bannerets 


Xiii 


— Hospitallers 


X190 


— of Malta 


X190 


— of Round Table 


X121 


of St. John 


X190 


— Templars 


X193, 


Knitting 


I54& 


Knives 


D679> 


Knots 


I427 


Knowledge 


J 00a 


Knud (Canute) Denmark 


T501 


— IV. (Denmark) 


T503- 


— V. — 


T504 


— VI. — 


T504 


— II. (England) 


U329 


— III. — 


U331 


Knurling 


B136 


Kobe 


P335 


Koblenz 


S780 


Koeberliniacese 


E749 


Kokaku (Japan) 


P316 


Kokand 


S263 


Kola 


E725 


Kolarian Lang. 


M329 


Kolguev Island 


S056 


Kolhapur 


P737 


Koln 


S771 


Komatsu, Go- 


P306 


Komei (Japan) 


P318 


Konia 


Q146 


Konieh 


Q146 


Konigreich Sachsen 


S980 


Konigsberg 


S716 


Konrad I. (H. R. E.) 


S615 


— II. — 


S622 


— III. — 


S628 


— IV. — 


S634 


Konstanz 


S917 


— Lake 


S918 


Koordistan 


Q165 


Kopparberg 


T926 


Koran 


K072 


Kordofan 


O48& 


Korea 


P380 


Korean Lang. 


M347 


Kortrijk 


T327 



339 



Kos-Kyt 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Laa-Lad 



Kos 


Q134 


Kosciusko 


S179 


Kossova 


Q108 


Kostroma 


S062 


Kota 


P725 


Koumiss 


I069 


Kovno 


S090 


Krakatao 


P214 


Krakau 


S374 


Krakow 


■S374 


Krefeld 


S781 


Kriegspiel 


B947 


Krishna 


K020 


Kristiania (City) 


T701 


— (Prov.) 


T700 


Kristians 


T709 


Kristiansand 


T712 


Kristianstad 


T915 


Kroatia 


S455 


Kronoberg 


T910 


Kronstadt 


S088 


Kru Lang. 


M211 


Kuban 


S138 


Kuch Behar 


P747 


Kuchin Indians 


W085 


Ku Klux Klan 


L180 W2 


Kulmbach 


S968 


Kumamoto 


P345 


Kumassi 


O856 


Kumiss 


I069 


Kiimmel 


I845 


Kuopio 


S205 


Kurdish Lang. 


M286 


Kurdistan 


Q165 


Kureem Khan 


P966 


KurOes 


P375 


Kursk 


S076 


Kushite Race 


O03O 


Kustenland 


S389 


Kutais 


S148 


Kwangsi 


P476 


Kwangsu 


P428 


Kwangtung 


P47O 


Kweichau 


P478 


Kweiyang 


P479 


Kyle 


V353 


Kyoto 


P336 


Kyrie 


C555 


Kythira 


Q375 



Laaland 


T563 


Labadists 


•K73I 


Labels, Book 


M956 


Labels, Trade 


L867 


Labia 


H359 


Labials 


M005 


Labiatffi 


E872 


Laboratories 


AII3 


Labour Colonies 


LI58 


Labourers 


LI09 


Labour, Female 


H378 


— Hard 


L68I 


— (Work) 


LI06 


Laboiu-ing classes 


LI06 


Labrador 


Woy'b 


Labuan 


P223 


Laburnums 


E620 


Labyrinthine Sense 


G848 


Labyrinths 


I234 


Laccadive Islands 


P862 


Lace 


I465-67 


Lacedsemonia 


Q302 


LacertUia 


F521 


Lachrymal Apparatus 


G810 


Lacistemaceae 


E437 


Laconia 


Q374 


Lacquers 


A702 


Lacrosse 


H770 


Lactation 


H385 


Lactic Acid 


D859 


Lactometer 


I061 


Lactoridaceae 


E518 


Ladders 


B351 


Ladies' maids 


I965 


— of the Sacred Heart 


K547 


Lading, Bills of 


B737 


Ladislas (Austria) 


S321 


— I.-IV. (Bohemia) 


S341 


— I. (Hungary) 


S401 


— II.-IIL — 


S403 


— IV. — 


S412 


— V. — 


S414 


— VI. — 


S416 


— I. (Poland) 


S152 


— II. — 


S153 


— III. — 


S154 


— IV. — 


S155 


— V. — 


S160 


— VI. — 


S161 


— VII. — 


S170 



340 



Lad-Lan 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Lan-Lar 



Ladislaus (Russia) 


S019 


Ladoga, Lake 


S212 


Ladrones 


P159 


Ladybirds 


F330 


Lady's maid 


I965 


Lager beers 


I823 


Lagos 


O820 


Lahore 


P828 


Laibach 


S388 


Laissez Faire 


L916 


Laity 


J 941 


Lake District (England) 


U401 


— Dwellings 


O151 


Lakes 


D130 


— Great 


W375 


Lamaism 


K040 


Lambeth 


U966 


Lamellibranchiata 


F207 


Lameness 


G648 


Lamentations 


K155 


Lamination 


D308 


Lammas 


J722 


Lammermuir Hills 


V341 


Lampeer 


U261 


— Brethren 


K963 


Lampoons 


Niii 


Lampreys 


F412 


Lamps 


C141 


Lampshells 


F167 


Lanark 


V311 


■'Lanarkshire 


V310 


'-' Lancashire 


U475 


— Duchy of 


U476 


Lancaster and York 


U350 


— • House of 


U352 


— Method (Educ.) 


Alio 


— (Town) 


U494 


Lancelots 


F402 


Lancers (Army) 


B883 


— (Dance) 


C478 


Lances (Weapons) 


B931 


Lanchou 


P466 


Land Banks 


L960 


— Breezes 


D227 


Landes 


R311 


Landler (Dance) 


C479 


Landlords 


L760 


Landlord's Hypothec 


L767 


Land Nationalization 


L712 


Landowners 


L729 



Land (Physiog.) 


D003 


— (Property) 


L717 


Landrath 


L362 S6 


Land Registries 


L718 


Landscape Painting 


A639 


— Gardens 


I229 


Lands, Crown 


L742 


Landshut 


S956 


Landslides 


B205 


Lands, Public 


L741 


Landsthing 


L351 


Landtage 


L338 


Land Transport 


B603 


Langholm 


V370 


Language 


Mooo 


— of Flowers 


E134 


— Unity of 


M671 


— Universal 


M670 


Languedoc 


R340 


Langue d'oc 


M439 


Langue d'oil 


M440. 


Langues of St. John 


X191 


Lansdowne, Marquis of 


(India) P678 


Lansing 


W367 


Lantern, Magic 


A785 


Lanterns 


C141 


Lantern Slides 


A784 


Lanthanum 


D446 


Laon 


R223 


Lao-Tze 


K052 


La Pas 


W772 


Lapidary Work 


D511 


Lapis-lazuli 


D532 


La Place's functions 


A524 


Lapland 


S220 


La Plata 


W800 


Lapp Lang. 


M309 


Lar 


P988 


Larceny 


L632 


Larches 


E315 


Lard 


D941 


Larders 


B436 


Lardizabalacese 


E533 


Largs 


V349 


Larisa 


Q393 


Larngismus stridulus 


G922 


La Roche (Belgium) 


T349 


— - (France) 


R272 


La Rochelle 


R282 


Larva 


E068, F301 



341 



Lar-Law 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Law-Lee 



Laryngitis 


G921 


Law Courts Procedure 


L466 


Laryngoscope 


G920.167 


— Criminal 


L601 


Laryngotomy 


G920 


— International 


L400 


Larynx 


G920 


— Mercantile 


L833 


Latern Councils ■ K472-75, 481 


— Natural 


L431 


Late Stone Age 


O115 


Lawns 


I239 


Lathes 


B134 


Lawn Tennis 


H760 


Latin America 


W700 


Law of Asylum 


L424 


— American Liter. 


M449 


— - Of&cers 


L470 


— Christianity 


K600 


Lawrence, Lord 


P672 


— (Classic) Lang. 


M425 


Law, Roman 


L440 


— Emperors 


Q332 


Laws 


L436 


— Europe 


Q040 


Law, Statute 


L433 


— Lang. (General) 


M421 


Lawyers (Biog.) 


X040 


— Macaronic 


M427 


— (Law) 


L481 


— Mediasval 


M428 


Laxatives 


H191 


— Monetary Union 


L879 


Lay Deacons 


J932 


— Neo-, Lang. 


M430 


Layettes 


I513 


— Quarter 


R508 


Lay Ministry 


J652 


Latitude 


D008 


— Officers (Church) 


J 930 


Latitudinarians 


K765 


— Vicars 


J 936 


Latium 


Q886 


Lazarettos 


H610 


Latrines 


B254, 267 


Lazarists 


K524 


Latter-day Saints 


K955 


Lead 


D469 


Lauder 


V397 


— Black 


D962 


Laughing gas 


G743 


— Glazes 


D970 


Laughter 


G767 


Leading Cases 


L544 


Launceston 


U710 


Lead Poisoning 


H177 


Launching Ships 


B659 


— Working 


D470 


Laundries 


I950 


Leaflets 


A070 


Laundry Maids 


I951 


Leamington 


U614 


Lauracese 


E539 


Learning 


Aioo 


Laurels 


E543 


Leasehold 


L720 


Lausanne 


S562 


Leases 


L773 


Lava 


D364 


Leather Bindings (Hist.) 


-M874 


Laval 


R472 


— — (Practice) 


M892 


Lavatories (Private) 


B254 


— Manufacture 


I750 


— (Public) 


B267 


Leathers 


I754 


La Vendue (Dept.) 


R271 


Leaves 


E115 


— Revolution 


Rioi 


Lebanon 


gi88 


Lavender 


E874 


Lecce 


Q943 


Law 


L430 


Lecterns 


B423 


— Actions at 


L530 


Lectionary K750 . 683 


— Administration 


L450 


Lectures (Teaching) 


Am 


— Canon 


J812 


Lecythidacese 


E779 


— Civil 


L434 


Ledgers 


A481 


— Common 


L432 


Lee 


U956 


— Comparative 


L435 


Leechcraft 


J537 


— Courts 


L451 


Leeches (Surgery) 


G579 


— — Jurisdiction 


L465 


— (Zool.) 


F160 



342 



Lee-Leo 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Leo-Les 



Leeds 


U46I 


Leo I. (PopeJ - 


Q659 


Leeks 


E393 


— II. — 


Q664 


Leeuwarden 


TI53 


— III. — 


Q668 


Leeward Islands 


W670 


— IV. — • 


Q670 


Leg 


G635 


— V. — 


Q675 


Legacies 


L786 


— VI. — 


Q675 


Legal Tender 


L889 


— VII. — 


Q675 


Legends 


N005 


— VIII. — 


Q676 


Legerdemain 


H952 


— IX. — 


Q677 


Leghorn 


Q87I 


— X. — 


Q721 


Legion of Honour 


XI47 


— XI. — 


Q733 


Legislation 


L433 


— XII. — 


Q752 


Legislatures 


L300-357 


— XIII. — 


Q756 


Legitimacy 


G09I 


Leominster 


U658 


Legitimate Line (France) 


RI90 


Leon and Asturias 


R606 


Legs 


G635 


— ^ and Castile 


R607 


Legumes 


EI45 


Leon (City) 


R709 


Leguminosse 


E6IO 


Leon (Spain Prov.) 


R708 


Leibnitz 


J 339 


Leopards 


F957 


Leicester 


U618 


Leopold I. (Austria) 


S302 


Leicestershire 


U617 


— II. 


S305 


Leiden 


T180 


— III. 


S306 


Leigh (Lanes.) 


U495 


— IV. 


S308 


Leinster 


Uiio 


— V. 


S311 


Leipzig 


S996 


— VI. 


S313 


Leiria 


R931 


— I. (Austria 1314-58; 


S317 


Leisure 


L105 


— (Baden) 


S908 


Leith 


V332 


— I. (Belgium) 


T250 


Leitnerieceae 


E441 


— II. 


T251 


Leitrim 


U097 


— I. (H. R. E.) 


S661 


Leman, Lake 


S573 


— II. 


S669 


Lemberg 


S373 


— I. (Hungary) 


S426 


Lemnacese 


S371 


— Order of 


X170 


Lemnos 


Q133 


Leopoldo I. (Florence) 


Q861 


Lemonade 


I873 


— II. — 


Q865 


Lemons 


E653 


Lepadidae 


F257 


Lemurs 


F97T 


Lepanto, Gulf of 


Q370 


Lena River 


S280 


Lepidoptera 


F380 


Lending Libraries 


M964 


Lepidosauria 


F520 


Lenni Lenapes 


W084 


Lepidus 


Q528 


Lennoacese 


E817 


Leprosy 


H566 


Lenses 


C150 


Leptocardii 


F401 


Lent 


J709 


Leptomedusae 


Fiio 


Lentibulariacese 


E897 


Leptostraca 


F261 


Leo I. (East Emp.) 


Q322 


Lerida 


R734 


— II. — 


Q322 


Lerwick 


V117 


— III. — 


Q326 


Lesbos 


Q379 


— IV. — 


Q326 


Lesghic Lang. 


M349 


— V. — 


Q327 


Lesko I. (Poland) 


S151 


— VI. — 


Q327 


— II. — 


S151 



343 



Les-Lib 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Lib-Lig 



Lesko III. (Poland) 


S151 


Libraries, Classical 


M903 


— IV. — 


S151 


— Commercial 


M909 


— V. — 


S153 


— Endowed 


M907 


— VI. _ — 


S154 


— Household 


M990. 


Lesser Antilles 


W660 


— Modern 


M904 


Lesso 


T553 


— Municipal 


M906 


Lessons 


A112 


— Private 


M916 


Letterpress Printing 


M846 


— Reference 


M969 


Letters 


Miio 


— Special 


M995 


— of Marque 


B762 


— State 


M905 


- (Type) 


M807-16 


— Subscription 


M908 


Lettish Lang. 


M483 


— Travelling 


M966 


Letto-Slavonic Lang. 


M465 


Library Book Selection 


M765 


Lettuces 


E969 


— Economy 


M950-95 


Leucorrhcea 


H355 


— History 


M901-10 


Leukaemia 


Hoio 


Librettos 


C77O, 1^(200 


Levant 


Q121 


Libya 


O302 


Levees 


L216 


Libyan Desert 


O495 


Level Crossings 


B506 


— Lang. 


M226 


Levelling 


D020 


Lice 


F350-55 


Levels 


B207 


— (Disease) 


H504 


Leven, Loch 


V267 


Licences 


L9IO 


— Vale of 


V297 


Licensing (Drink) 


I879 


Levers 


B174 


— Literature 


M132 


Leviticus 


K132 


Lice, Wood 


F273 


Lewes 


I795 


Lichen 


H424 


Lewis 


V135 


Lichfield 


U60O 


Lewisham 


U955 


Licinian Laws 


L44O 


Lexicography 


M050 


Liddesdale 


V376 


Lexicons 


M050 


Liechtenstein 


S49O 


Lex Mercatoria 


L833 


Lieder 


C59O 


Leyden 


T180 


Li^ge (City) 


T336 


Leyton 


U854 


— (Prov.) 


T335 


Lhasa 


P494 


Liegnitz 


S743 


Liabilities 


A485 


Liestal 


S543 


Liang Dynasty 


P411 


Lieutenants (Army) 


B862 


— Later Dynasty 


P413 


— (Navy) 


B816 


Lias 


D337 


Life (Biol.) 


EOOO-02 


Libel 


L575 


Lifeboats 


B7I8 


— Criminal 


L576 


Lifebuoys 


B680 


Liberality 


J268 


Life Insurance 


L972 


Liberal Party 


L252 


— Registers 


X204 


Liberia 


O870 


— Saving 


H602 


Liberty 


L021 


Liffey River 


UI37 


— of the Press 


M130 


Lifford 


U053 


Librarianship 


M952 


Lifts 


BI20 


Libraries 


M900-95 


Ligan 


B755 


— Ancient 


M902 


Light 


Cioo 


— Branch 


M965 


— and Air Rights 


B355 


— Children's 


M970 


— Cure 


G536 



344 



Ug-Lin 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Lin-Lit 



Lighters (Shipping) 


B748 


Lines of Communication 


B962 


Lighthouse Commissioners 


B714 


— Sailing 


B722 


Lighthouses 


B712 


— (Shipbuild) 


B654 


Lighting 


C140 


— Steamship 


B723 


— Gas 


D921 


Lings 


E823 


Lightning 


D233 


LinguatuUda 


F293 


— Conductors 


D235 


Linguistics 


Mooo 


Light Railways 


B515 


Liniments 


G419 


Light Rays 


C102 


Linkages 


B105 


Lights (Ship) 


B704 


Link Motion 


B105 


Light Velocity 


C103 


Linlithgow 


V321 


Lignite 


D561 


Linlithgowshire 


V320 


Lignum Vitse 


E645 


Linnsean Botany 


B100.89 


Liguria 


Q843 


Linnjean System 


E000.89 


Lilacs 


E846 


Linoleum 


B335 


Liliacese 


E389 


Linotype 


M833 


Lilies 


E396 


Linseed 


E640 


— (Water) 


E512-14 


Lintels 


B369 


Liliiflorse 


E385 


Linz 


S334 


LUle 


R205 


Lions 


F956 


Lily of the Valley 


E398 


Lipari Island 


Q976 


Lima 


W764 


Lippe-Detmold 


S825 


Limbo 


J414 


Lippe, Schaumburg- 


S830 


Limbourg 


T341 


Liquefaction of Gases 


D726 


Limbs 


G584 


Liqueurs 


I838 


Limbs, Artificial 


G586 


Liquidation 


L845 


Limburg 


T170 


Liquid Fuel 


D570 


Lime (Build.) 


B307 


Liquids (Lang.) 


M008 


Limerick Co. 


U175 


— Wastes 


B263 


— (Town) 


U176 


Liquors (Phar.) 


G424 


Limes (Fruit) 


E654 


Liquor Trade 


I875 


Limestone 


D376 


Lisboa 


R933 


Lime Trees 


E713 


Lisbon 


R933 


Limitation of Actions 


L532 


Lisburn 


U060 


Limited Liability Companies L821 


Liskeard 


U711 


Limnanthacese 


E681 


Lister of Mandal 


T714 


Limoges 


R552 


Litanies 


J633 


Limousin 


R550 


Literary Criticism 


M120 


Limpets 


F222 


— Forms 


Nooo-300 


Limpopo River 


O735 


— Institutes 


M100.6 


Linaceae 


E638 


Literature 


Mioo 


Lincoln 


U536 


Lithium 


D433 


Lincoln, A. (U. S.) 


W132 


Lithography 


A730 


— (Neb.) 


W411 


Lithology 


D360 


Lincolnshire 


U535 


Lithontriptics 


H242 


Lindsey 


U544 


Lithotomy 


H214 


Linen 


I420 


Lithuania 


S089 


— Baby 


I513 


Lithuanian Lang. 


M485 


Line Regiments 


B893 


Litigation 


L531 


Lines (Geometry) 


A505 


Litters 


B590 



345 



Lit-Loc 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Loc-Loo 



Little Rock 


W332 


Locomotor Ataxy 


G710 


— Russia 


S098 


Locomotor System 


G656 


— Sisters of the Poor 


K546 


Locris 


Q366 


Liturgies 


J630 


Locusts 


F314 


Liukiu 


P360 


Lodges (Arch.) 


B397 


Liver 


H146 


Lodging Houses 


I983 


Liveries 


I603 


Lodis 


P612 


Liverpool 


U496 


Lodz 


S189 


Liverworts 


E276 


Lofoden Islands 


T724 


Lives 


X 


Loganiaceas 


E851 


Live Stock 


I050 


Logarithms 


A443 


" Living in " system 


Liii 


Log Books 


B701 


Living Matter 


Eooo 


Logic 


A300 


— Pictures 


N232 


Logicians 


X006 


Livonia 


S082 


Logos 


K300 


Livonian Lang. 


M308 


Logotypes 


M824 


Livorno 


Q871 


Logrono 


R718 


Lizards 


F521 


Logwood 


E613 


Llamas 


F874 


Loire (Dept.) 


R573 


Llandaff 


U279 


Loire Inferieure 


R264 


Llandovery 


U276 


Loire, River 


R265 


Llanfyllin 


U252 


Loiret 


R518 


Llanidloes 


U253 


Loir et Cher 


R520 


Llewelyn ap Grif&th 


U225 


Lollards 


K714 


— ap Sitoyllt 


U214 


Lombardia 


Q806 


— the Great 


U223 


Lombard Kingdom (Italy) 


Q615 


Lloyd's Register 


L976 


Lombardy 


Q806 


Loading Ships 


B747 


Lombok 


P250 


Load Line 


B729 


Lomond, Loch 


V299 


Loadstone 


C031 


Lomza 


S186 


Loango 


O670 


London 


U900 


Loans 


L952 


— (Canada) 


W050 


Loasaceae 


E759 


— Central 


U920 


Lobelias 


E943 


Londonderry Co. 


U054 


Lobosa 


F053 


— (Town) 


U055 


Lobsters 


F267 


London, East 


U935 


Local Administration 


L362 


— North 


U912 


Local Government Board 


L363 


— North of Thames, Gen.Ugoi 


Locarno 


S559 


— South 


U950 


Loches 


R463 


— West 


U902 


Lochmaben 


V368 


Longevity (Biol.) 


E058 


Locke 


J 351 


— (Human) 


G023 


Lockerbie 


V371 


Longford Co. 


U116 


Lock Hospitals 


G098 


1 — Town 


U117 


Lock-jaw 


G737 


Long Island 


W243 


Locks and Keys 


D681 


Longitude 


D009 


Locks (Canal) 


B233 


Long Sight 


G829 


Locomotion, Animal 


E043 


Longton 


U597 


Locomotive Engines 


C281 


Lons-le-Saumier 


R428 


— Machinery 


B116 


Loo-choo 


P360 



346 



Loo-Lou 



classification: 



Lou-Lub 



Loofah E932 

Looms I405-06 

Loons F640 

Loot B983 

Lophobranchii F467 

Loranthacese E477 

Lord Advocate L446 

— Chancellors L314 
Lord Howe Island P055 
Lord's Day J760-63 
Lords, House of L313 
Lords Lieutenants L471 
Lords of Ireland U020 
Lord's Prayer K205 

— Supper J615 
Lorelei J 5 66 
Loricata F570 
Loris F972 
Lorraine, Alsace- S890 

% Lorraine, Dukes of S891 

^ (France) R410 

— House of (Germany) S666 

— — (Tuscany Q859 
Los Angeles W462 
Loss, Profit and A478 
Lost Books of Bible K240 

— Tribes of Israel K008 
Lostwithiel U712 
Lot R300 
Lot et Garonne R296 
Lothaire I. (Italy) Q623 

— II. (France) R034 
Lothar I. (Germany) S626 

— II. — S626 
Lothian, East V336 

— Mid V330 
Lothians V319 
Lothian, West V320 
Lothringen SB 90 
Lotions G425 
Lot, River R301 
Lotteries, Private L936 

— State L935 
Lotus E511 
Lotze J 362 
Loubet R139 
Loughborough U619 
Louis I. (France) . R023 
— II. — . R025 

— III. — R026 



Louis IV. (France) 


R032 


^ V. — 


R035 


— VI. — 


R046 


— VII. — 


R047 


— VIII. — 


R049 


— IX. — 


R050 


— X. — 


R053 


— XI. — 


R066 


— XII. — 


R068 


— XIII. — 


R082 


— XIV. — 


R083 


_ XV. — - . 


R084 


— XVI. — 


R085 


— XVII. — 


R085 


— XVIII. — 


Riii 


— Bonaparte (Holland) 


T024 


Louisiana (French territory) 


W327 


- (U. S.) 


W325 


Louis (Monaco) 


R584 


— Napoleon . . . . 


R121 


— Philippe 


R115 


— St., Order 


X145 


Louis. See Ludwig (Germany). 


Louisville 


W342 


Louren90 Marques 


O783 


Louth, County 


Uiii 


— Lincoln 


U540 


— Town 


U113 


Louvre 


R506 


Love 


G055 


— Free 


. G056 


Low Archipelago 


P113 


— Church 


K766 


Low Countries 


Tooo 


Lowell (Mass.) 


W219 


Lower Austria 


S331 


— Bavaria , 


S954 


— California i 


W551 


— Egypt 


O455 


— Empire 


Q320 


— Franconia ' 


S974 


Lowestoft c 


U566 


Low German Lang. 


M502 


Lowlands (Scotland) 


V343 


Loyalty 


G038 


Loyalty Islands 


P187 


Lozenges 


G437 


Lozere 


R346 


Liibeck 


S809 


Lubhn 


S194 



347 



Lub-Lut 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Lut-Mac 



Lubricants 
Lubrication 
Lucca 
Lucerne (Bot.) 

— (Canton) 

— (Town) 
Luchu 

Lucian (Monaco) 

Lucifer 

Lucius I. (Pope) 

— II. — 

— III. — 

— (Rome) 
Luck 
Lucknow 
Ludlow 

Ludo 
Ludwig I. 

— II 



(Baden) 
(H. R. E.) 



— I. 

— II. 

— III. — 

— IV. — 

— I. (Hungary) 

— II. — 

— Karl (Bavaria) 
Luffa 

Lugo 

Luigi (Florence) 

Luik 

Luis I. (Portugal) 

Luke, St. 

Lule Lang. 

Lumbago 

Lumbar Nerves 

Lumber 

Lunacy 

— Commissioners 
Lunar Time 
Lunatic Asylums 
Lunatics, Criminal 
Luncheons 

Lung Fish 

Lungs 

Lupus 

Lurgan 

Luristan 

Lu-shun-kau 

Lusitania 

Lutes 



D940 
B104 
Q868 
E621 
S520 
S521 
P360 
R583 
K365 
Q654 
()682 

Q685 
Q550 
A442 
P824 
U636 
H938 
S907 
S909 
R023 
R025 
S613 
S645 
S407 
S417 
S944 
E932 
R703 
Q863 

T335-36 
R851 
K209 
M615 
H563 
G705 

I260-61 

G775 
G776 
D276 
G793 
G775 
I904 
F470 
G950 
H425 
U078 
P984 
P486 
R800 
C634 



Lutetia 


R500 


Lutheran Church 


K720 


Luton 


U758 


Luxembourg (Belgium) 


T345 


Luxemburg (City) 


T390 


— (Dukedom) 


T380 


— House of 


S643 


Luxor 


O483 


Luxury 


L104 


Luzern 


S520-21 


Luzon 


P275 


Lwow 


S373 


Lycanthropy 


G782 


Lyceums 


Mioo-6 


Lychees 


E699 


Lycia 


Q122 


Lycian Lang. 


M348 


Lycopodiales 


E395 


Lydd 


U811 


Lydia 


Oo40' 


Lying 


J240 


Lying In 


H378 


Lyme Regis 


U684 


Lymington 


U771 


Lymph 


G682 


Lymphatics 


G680 


Lymphatic System 


G680 


Lynch Law 


L686 


Lynx 


F958 


Lyon 


R572 


— Councils of 


K476-77 


Lyonesse 


U718 


Lyonnais 


R570 


Lyons 


R572 


Lyras 


C609. 


Lyre Birds 


F676 


L3Tes 


C622 


Lyric Poetry 


N114 


Lythracese 


E774 


Lytton, Earl of (India) 


P675 


Maas, River 


T3oa 


Macaques 


F989 


Macaronic Latin 


M427 


Macas 


P475 


Macassar 


P231 


Macbeth 


V007 


Maccabees (Apochy.) 


K254 


— (Jews) 


Q207 


Macclesfield 


U52& 



348 



Mac-Mad 




CLASSIFICATION. 


Mad-Mah 


Macedonia 




Q106 


Madness 


G77'5 


Macedonian Empire 


Q311 


Madonna 


1 1 -J 

K314 


Macerata 




Q884 


Madras City 


P846 


Maces 




B932 


— Province 


P845 


Machine Parts 


B160 


— States 


P740 


Machinerj/ 




Biio- 


Madreporaria 


F106 


— 


Automatic 


B115 


Madrid 


R760 


— 


Bending 


B146 


Madrigals 


C582 


— 


Boring 


B137 


Madura 


P213 


— 


CooHng 


C246 


Maelstroem 


T725 


— 


Crushing 


B124 


Maeonia 


O040 


— 


Cutting 


B133 


Maestricht 


T171 


— 


Drawing 


B146 


Mafeking 


O716 


— 


Drilling 


B137 


Magazine Press 


M123 


— 


Driving 


Bin 


Magazines 


A051 


— 


Drying 


B147 


Magdala 


O521 


— 


Flying 


D265 


Magdalen Institutions 


G099 


— 


Grinding 


B142 


— Island 


W065 


— 


Gripping 


B131 


Magdeburg 


S746 


— 


Hauling 


B122 


Magellan Straits 


W820 


— 


Heating 


C284 


Maggots 


F301 


— 


Hoisting 


B117 


Magic, Black 


J553 


— 


Holding 


B131 


— (Conjuring) 


H952 


— 


Hydraulic 


D170 


— Lanterns 


A785 


— 


Locomotive 


B116 


Magistrates 


L478 


— 


Mixing 


B150 


— Clerks 


L479 


— 


Model 


B190 


Magna Charta 


U344 


— 


Pneumatic 


D252 


Magnesium 


D437 


— 


Polishing 


B144 


Magnetism 


C030 


— 


Pressing 


B124 


— Terrestrial 


C033 


— 


Rolling 


B146 


Magnets 


C031 


— 


Sifting 


B150 


Magnifiers 


C170 


— 


Talking 


C330 


Magnoliaceae 


E516 


— 


Testing 


B153 


Magnolias 


E517 


— 


Wages 


L114 


Magnus Barfod 


T603 


— 


Winding 


D634 


— Lagabaeter 


T608 


Machines 




Biio 


— Smek 


T611 


Mackenzie 


River 


W032 


— the Good 


T501 


Mackerel 




F457 


Magyar Lang, and Liter. 


M312-13 


McKinley 


Wm. (U. S.) 


W140 


Magyarorsyag 


S400 


McMahon 


(France) 


R134 


Mahamed Bahadur Shah 


P629 


Macon 




R546 


Mahamed Shah 


P624 


Macpherson, Sir John 


P662 


Mahmoud 


P960 


Madagascar 


O570 


Mahmoud I. (Turkey) 


Q078 


Madder 




E919 


— II. — 


Q084 


Madeira 




O910 


Mahogany 


E662 


— (Wine) 


I865 


Mahomet. See Mohammed 


Mad Houses 


G793 


Mahometanism 


K070 


Madison, 


Jas. (U. S.) 


W119 


Mahomet's Conquests 


Q051 


— 


Wis. (U. S.) 


W371 


Mahommed Meerza 


P954 



349 



Mah-Mal 


CLASSIF 


ICATION. 


Mahren 


S368 


Malicious Injuries 


Maidenhead 


U733 


— Prosecution 


Maids of Honour 


L224 


Malignant Tumours 


Maidstone 


U812 


Malines 


Maigre Cookery 


I912 


Malingering 


Mails 


B628 


Malis (Greece) 


Maine et Loire 


R452 


Malleable Iron 


Maine (France) 


R470 


Mallows 


Maine (U. S.) 


W201 


Malmesbury 


Mainz 


S926 


Malmo 


Maires 


L391 


Malmohus 


Maize 


E347 


Malpighiaceae 


Majolica 


D974 


Malt 


Majorca 


R782 


Malta 


Majors 


B860 


Maltese Language 


Major Scales 


C409 


Malthusianism 


Makassar 


P231 


Malvaceae 


Making Ready 


B161 


Malvales 


— Up (Printing) 


M838 


Malvern 


Malabar Coast 


P741 


Malwa, Kings of 


Malacca 


P533 


Mamelukes 


Malachi 


K169 


Mamlukes 


Malachite 


D531 


Mammalia 


Malachy I. (Ireland) 


LT012 


Mammary Glands 


— II. — 


U013 


— Secretion 


Malacology 


F200 


Mammoths 


Malacopoda 


F2g8 


Mamouret-iil-Aziz 


Malacostraca 


F260 


Man 


Malaga 


R771 


Management 


Malaria 


H514 


Managers 


Malarial Fever 


H520 


Managua 


Malayan Language 


M361 


Manasseh 


Malay Archipelago 


P200 


Manatee 


— Language 


M365 


Manche 


Malayo- Javanese Lang. 


M364 


Manchester 


Malayo-Polynesian Lang. 


M360 


— Goods 


Malay Peninsula 


P535 


Man (Christ. Theol.) 


Malaysia 


P200 


Manchu Dynasty 


Malay States, Federated 


P550 


Manchuria 


Malcolm I. (Scotland) 


V004 


Mandalay 


— II. — • 


V005 


Mandamus, Writ 


— III. — 


V008 


Mandans 


— IV. — 


V014 


Mandi 


Maldive Islands 


P863 


Mandoline 


Maldon 


U855 


Mandrake 


Male Functions 


H314 


Mandrils 


Maler Kotla 


P768 


Man, Fall of 


Malesherbiacese 


E755 


Manganese 


Malformations 


G585 


Manganites 


Malicious Damage 


L642 


Mangles 



Mai-Man 

L614 
L578 
H555 
T307 
G379 
Q365 
D455 
E717 

U745 
T917 

T916 
E663 
I821 
<3o43 
L249 
L042 
E714 
E710 
U651 
P635 
O433 
O433 
F700 
H384 
H385 
F880, E090. 
Q166 
G001-05 
L135 
L134 
W617 

K253 
F886 
R240 
U499 
I416 
K330 
P420 
P482 
P806 
L468 
W086 
P766 

C637 
E889 
F988 
K331 
D457 
D417 
I953 



350 



Man-Map 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Map-Mar 



Mangoes E683 

Mangolds _ , E496 

Mangroves E782 

Manhood G023 

- Suffrage L272 
Mania G778 
Manichaens K413 
Manicure H472 
Manifolding M741 
Manikiki Group P127 
Manila P276 
Manipur P807 

- Language M334 
Man, Isle of U2go 
Manitoba W037 
Manners and Customs Loio 
Manners, National Lou 
Mannheim S915 
Manoel (Portugal) R825 
Manoeuvres (Army) B946 
Manometer D720 
Manorial Rights L736 
Manors L735 
Mansard Roofs B329 
Mansfield U575 
Mansions B432 
Manslaughter L613 
Mans, Le R474 
Mantelpieces B369 
Man (Theology) J402 
Mantova Q812 
Mantua Q812 
Manual Training A126 
Manuel I. (Byz. Emp.) Q330 

- IL - Q338 

- HI. - Q427 

- I. (Trebizond) Q152 

- IL — Q153 

- HI. — Q153 
Manufactures A903-4 
Manures I007 
Manuscripts M744 
Manx Cats F953 

— Language M416 

— Parhament L321 
Maori Language M373 
Maoris P082 
Maori War P083 
Maple . E695 
Maps O281 



Maps, Route 


B959 


Marakish 


O337 


Maranhao 


W733 


Marantaceae 


E422 


Maraschino 


I846. 


Marathi Language 


M269, 


Marbles 


D385 


— (Game) 


H973. 


Marbling 


M888 


Marcellus I. (Pope) 


Q654 


— II. — 


Q724 


Marcgraviaceae 


E731 


Marche (France) 


R555 


Marches (English) 


U632 


— (Italy) 


Q881 


— (Music) 


C452 


Marching 


B960 


March (Month) 


D042 


Marcus Aurelius 


Q547 


Margaret (Denmark) 


T506. 


— (Scotland) 


V018 


Margarine 


D944 


Margate 


U813 


Margiana 


S257 


Marhattas 


P638 


Marianne Islands 


P159 


Marian Persecutions 


U364 


Maria (Poland) 


S159 


— I. (Portugal) 


R837 


— II. — 


R842-3. 


Maria Theresa (Austria) 


S322 


Marie (Burgundy) 


R537 


— (Hungary) 


S409, 


Marienbad 


S364 


Marienwerder 


S721 


Marigolds 


E963 


Marine Architecture 


B650 


— Artillery 


B822 


— Biology 


E079. 


— Boards 


B811 


— Courts 


B785 


— Engineering 


B685 


— Infantry 


B823 


— Insurance 


L974 


— Painting 


A640 


— Parasites 


F270 


Mariners' Compass 


B699 


Marines 


B821 


Marine Worms 


F150 


— Zoology 


F035. 



.io-" 



Mar-Mar 


CLASSIF 


ICATION. 


Mariolatry 


K316 


Martin IV. (Pope) 


Marionnettes 


N222 


— V. — 


Marjorum 


E876 


Martinique 


Marken 


T191 


Martyniaceae 


Market Crosses 


B445 


Martyrology 


— Gardens 


I226 


Martyrs 


Markets 


L808 


Mary (and William III 


Mark (Gospel) 


K208 


— ■ I. (England) 


Marks, Artists 


A810 


— (Scotland) 


— for Lessons 


A151 


Maryborough 


— Plate 


D687 


Maryland 


— Pottery 


D986 


Marylebone 


— Sea 


B711 


Mary of Lorraine 


Marl 


D377 


Masampo 


Marlborough 


U746 


Mashonaland 


Marmarica 


O309 


Masks 


Marmora, Sea of 


Q103 


Masonry 


Marmosets 


F984 


Masons 


Marne 


R393 


Mason's Marks 


Marocco 


O325 


Masquerades 


- (City) 


O337 


Masques 


Maronites 


K435 


Mass 


JMarooning 


B758 


Massachusetts 


Maroons 


W643 


Massacres 


Marque, Letters of 


B762 


Massage 


Marquesas Islands 


P117 


Masses (Music) 


Marquesses 


X107 


— Requiem 


Marquetry 


I330 


Massowah 


Marriage 


G060-067 


Master and servant 


— by Capture 


G063 


— of horse 


— Customs 


G060 . 748 


Mastication 


Marriages 


L050 


Masticatories 


Marrows 


E937 


Mastiffs 


Mars 


C905 


Mastigophora 


Marsala 


Q972 


Mastitis 


Marseilles 


R373 


Mastodons 


Marshall Islands 


P153 


Masts 


Marshals 


B857 


Masturbation 


Marshes 


D093 


Matabeleland 


Marsh Mallows 


E715 


Matches 


Marsh Marigold 


E525 


Mater icdism 


Marsipobranchii 


F412 


Materia Medica 


Marsupialia 


F710 


Maternity 


Marsupialida 


F106 


Mates 


Martens 


F907 


Mathematical Drawing 


Martial Law 


B841 


Mathematicians 


Martigny 


S567 


Mathematics 


Martin I. (Pope) 


Q663 


Matins 


— II. — 


Q674 


Matlock 


— III. — 


Q675 


Matriculation 



Mar-Mat 

Q693 
Q710 
W668 
E906 
K403 
K403 
V560 
U364 
V034 
U139 
W275 
U913 
V036 

P387 
O722 
N219 
B319 
B321 
B322 
N223 
N219 

J615 
W215 
O092 
G534 
C555 
C556 
O502 
L132 
L225 
H103 
G522 

F935 
F060 
H386 
F882 
B660 
H304 
O723 
C227 

J 379 
G400 
G082 
B772 

A515 
X007 
A400 
K601.666 
U587 
A182 



352 



Mat-Mec 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Mec-Mel 



Matsumai 


P349 


Mechlin 


Matter 


Booi 


Mecklenburg-Schwerin 


Matthew (Gospel) 


K207 


— Strelitz 


Matthias Corvinus 


S415 


Medallions 


— II. (Hungary) 


S422 


Medals 


Matto Grosso 


W734 


Media 


Maurice (Byzant Emp.) 


Q323 


Mediaeval Geography 


— (Orange) 


T015 


— History 


Maurienne, Counts of 


R441 


Mediation 


Mauritania 


O303 


Medical Botany 


Mauritius 


O555 


— Jurisprudence 


Mausoleums 


A797 


— Profession 


Maxilla 


G608 


— Science 


Maximianus Hercules 


Q574 


Medicated Baths 


Maximilian I. (H. R. E.) 


S653 


Medici, House of 


— II. — 


S656 


Medicine 


— (Hungary) 


S420 


— Comparative 


— Josef I. (Bavaria 


) S943 


Medicines 


— _ II. _ 


S945 


Medicine, Veterinary 


*— (Mexico) 


W510 


Mediocrity 


Maximinus 


Q555 


Mediterranean Provinces 


Maxims 


N330 


— Sea 


Mayacacese 


E376 


Mediums 


Maya Lang. 


M618 


Medlays 


Mayence 


R471 


Medo-Persia 


Mayenne 


R471 


Medusae 


May Flies 


F307 


Meerschaum 


May (month) 


D044 


Megalithic Remains 


Mayo 


U091 


Megaphone 


— Earl of 


P673 


Megario 


Mayors 


L391 


Megatherium 


Mazagan 


O343 


Megrim 


Mazes 


I234 


Mehemet Ali 


Mazurkas 


C480 


Meiningen 


Meal 


I200 


Mekenes 


Meals 


I900 


Melancholia 


Mearns 


V250 


Melanesia 


Measles 


H526 


Melanesian Lang. 


— German 


H527 


Melanochroid Races 


Measures 


A450 


Melastomacese 


Meath 


U121 


Melbourne 


— West 


U118 


Meliaceas 


Meat Trade 


I892 


Meliaorthaceae 


Mecca 


Q292 


Melodeon 


Mechanical Amusements 


H785 


Melodramas 


— Engineering 


Bioo 


Melody 


— Engraving 


A719 


Melons 


— Remedies 


G523 


Melting Machinery 


Mechanics 


B020 


Melun 


Mechanism 


Bioi 


Melville Island 



T307 
S8I5 
S820 
0095 
0095 
P925. 
02I5, 
0046. 

L4i9> 
G402- 
G560. 
G56r 
G550- 
G525 
Q851 
G550-64 
Iioo- 
G410 
Iioo- 

JII& 
R335. 
Q04X 
J595 
C454 
P925. 
FI06. 

D374 

Olio- 
B643. 
Q361 
Eo9o- 

G754 
O437 
S877 

O336 
G780 
P170 
M380. 
Goii 
E790- 
P065, 
E661 
E701 
C719. 
N213. 
C420- 

E933. 
C284 
R490 
P032. 



353 



Mel-Mef 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Mer-Met 



Melville Sound 


W046 


Meredith 


U211 


Membership 


L775 


Meridian (Astron.) 


C820 


Membranes 


G702 


— (Physiog.) 


D009 


Memel 


S717 


Merino Sheep 


F861 


Memoirs 


X 


Merioneth " 


U247 


Memorials (Monuments) 


A795 


Mermaids 


J565 


— (Petitions) 


L030 


Meroveus 


R006 


Memory 


J 162 


Merovingian Dynasty 


R003 


Memphis 


O479 


Merry-go-rounds 


H787 


- (U. S.) 


W337 


Mersey, River 


U497 


Memphite Dynasty 


O404, 406 


Merthyr Tydvil 


U280 


Menageries 


F020 


Merv 


S269 


Mencius 


K053 


Merwyn 


U202 


Mende 


R347 


Mesentery 


H170 


— Lang. 


M207 


Mesmerism 


G771 


Mendesian Dynasty 


O422 


Mesomycetes 


E254 


Mendicancy 


L076 


Mesophytes 


E159 


Mending (Books) 


M881 


Mesopotamia 


Q170 


— (Clothes) 


I562 


Mesozoic Age 


D331 


Mendip Hills 


U652 


Messengers 


B616 


Mendoza 


W810 


Messenia 


Q373 


Menelik II. 


O515 


Messiah 


K300 


Meninges 


G750 


Messina 


Q973 


Meningitis 


G756 


Metabolism (Biol.) 


E050 


Menispermaceae 


E536 


Metacarpals 


G619 


Mennonite Church 


K827 


Metagenesis 


E063 


Meno-pause 


H364 


Metal Bindings 


M875 


Menorrhagia 


H363 


Metallic Elements 


D411 


Menoufieh 


O470 


Metallography 


D618 


Menstruation 


H360 


Metalloids 


D412 


Mensuration 


A540 


Metallurgy 


D600 


Mental Arithmetic 


A420 


— Electro- 


D610 


— Physiology 


G765 


Metals 


D410-501 


Mentone 


R364 


— AlkaU 


D430 


Mentz 


S926 


— Alkaline Earth 


D436 


Menus 


1 902 


— Earth 


D442 


Mercantile Law 


L833 


Metal Spinning 


D671 


Mercedes (Spain) 


R652 


— Standards (Money) 


L871-76 


Mercenaries 


B871 


Metals, Transmutation 


D702 


Mercers 


I503 


Metal Trades 


D640 


Merchant Adventurers 


L818 


— Working 


D641 


Merchants 


L818 


— Working, Street 


D670 


Merchant Seamen 


B770 


Metamorphic Rocks 


D381 


— Service 


B721 


Metamorphism 


D314 


— Shipping 


B721 


Metamorphoses (Insects) 


F301 


Mercia 


U311 


Metaphors 


M042 


Mercury (Mineral) 


D473 


Metaphysics 


J 001 


— (Planet) 


C903 


Metastasis 


G356 


Mercy 


J 266 


Metatarsus 


G634 


— Sisters of 


K545 


Metazoa 


Fioo 



354 



Met-Mic 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Mic-Mil 



Metempsychcisis 
Meteorites \ 


J156 


Michael (Poland) 


S172 


• C925 


— St. Order 


X146 


Meteorology 


D200 


— II. (Servia) 


Q426 


Meteors 


C925 


Michigan 


W366 


Meters 


A456 


— Lake 


W373 


— Gas 


D930 


Michoacan 


W557 


Method 


L136 


Microbes 


E212 


Methodist Churches 


K830-50 


Microlepidoptera 


F381 


— Episcopal. Church K841 


Micrometers 


C155 


— New Connection K835 


Micronesia 


P140 


— Protestant Church K842 


Micronesian Lang. 


M387 


— Re-Union 


K850 


Microphone 


C340 


Methodology 


A320 


Microphotography 


C172 


Methods 


• L136 


Microscopes 


C173 


Methyl Alcohols 


D821 


Microscopic Printing 


M827 


Metrics 


A450 


Microscopy 


C170 


Metric System 


A454 


— Photo- 


C172 


Metritis 


H383 


Microspermiae 


E424 


Metrology 


D200 


Microthelyphorida 


F282 


Metronome 


C416 


Microtome 


C173 


Metz 


S895 


Micturation 


H221 


Meurthe-et-Moselle 


R414 


Middens 


B268 


Meuse (France) 


R411 


— Kitchen 


O157 


— (River) 


T300 


Middle Ages 


O045 


' Mexican Empire 


W508 


— Atlantic States 


W240 


— Lang, and Liter 


M619 


— Empire 


O408 


— Repubhc 


W511 


— Enghsh Language 


M522 


Mexico 


W500 


— Franconia 


S970 


— City 


W542 


— German Language 


M563 


— Gulf of 


W634 


— Kingdom 


P400 


— New 


W440 


— Mississippi States 


W350 


— Province 


W541 


Middlesborough 


U441 


Mezieres 


R392 


Middlesex 


U870 


Mezzo-Soprano 


C522 


Middleton 


.-U501 


Mezzotint Engraving 


A721 


Midian 


Q291 


Miamis 


W084 


Midlands (England) 


U570 


Mica 


D498 


Midlothian 


V330 


Micah 


K163 


Midriff 


G659 


Mice 


F760-61 


Midshipmen 


B817 


Michael I. (Byz. Emp.) 


Q327 


Midwifery 


H370 


— II. — 


Q327 


Midwives 


H389 


— III. — 


Q327 


Mignonette 


E56T 


— IV. — 


Q329 


Migration (Animal) 


E042 


— V. — 


Q329 


Miguel (Portugal) 


R842 


— VI. — 


Q329 


Mikados 


P300-25 


— VII. — 


Q329 


Milan 


Q807 


— VIII. — 


Q333 


MUano 


Q807 


— and George, St. 


Ord. X126 


Milan IV. (Servia) 


Q430 


— Feodorowitz 


S021 


Mildew 


E2.50 


Michaelmas Daisy 


E952 


Mile End 


U940 



355 



Mil-Min 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Min-Mit 



Milesian Conqaest 


Uoio 


Minho-e-Duoro 


R900. 


Military Band, Music 


C758 


Miniature Painting 


A635, 


— Biography 


X014 


Minieh 


O480. 


— Costume 


B936 


Mining Engineering 


D62& 


— Engineers 


B195 


— Military 


B979, 


— History 


O004 


— Placer 


D622: 


— Orders 


X118 


Ministers (Clergy) 


J911 


— Police 


B879 


Ministries. See Names 


of De- 


— Science 


B840 


partments. 




— Surgery 


H578 


Ministry 


J890. 


— Topography 


B958 


Minks 


F906, 


Militia 


B896 


Minneapolis 


W382; 


Milk 


I061 


Minnesota 


W38o> 


— Cows 


F8s8 


Minorca' 


R783. 


— Fever 


H386 


Minor Morals 


J216 


— Products 


I062 


Minors 


L432 


Milky Way 


C939 


Minor Scales 


C410. 


Millboards 


M865 


Minsk 


S094. 


Mill Dams 


D174 


. Minstrels 


C782; 


Millennium 


K313 


Mint 


E878: 


Millerites 


K950 


Minto, Earl of 


P662; 


Millers 


I204 


Mints 


L880. 


MUlet 


E349 


Minuets 


e48r 


Millinery 


I520 


Minutes (Time) 


D273: 


Milling (Mechanics) 


B135 


Miocene Period 


D352' 


— (Trade) 


I200 


Miracle Plays 


N216, 


Millport 


V226 


Miracles 


K277- 


Mills 


B191 


Mirages 


D205, 


Mill Stones 


B142 


Mirrors 


C160. 


Milo 


Q383 


Misanthropy 


Gl20' 


Milosch (Servia) 


Q425 


Miscarriage 


H382 


Milwaukee 


W372 


Miscegenation 


G044 


Mimicry 


M186 


Miscellanies 


N354 


— (Animal) 


E076 


Mischna 


K003 


Mimosa 


E612 


Misdemeanours 


L607 


Minas Geraes 


W735 


Misers 


X07I 


Mind 


J 150 


Mishna 


K003 


— and Body 


J151 


Misogyny 


GI06 


Mindinao 


P278 


Missals 


J6I6 


Mind Transference 


G774 


Missionaries 


"885 


Mineral Drugs 


G404 


Missions 


^880 


Mineralogy 


D410 


— Foreign, 


882 


Mineral Poisons 


G454 


— Home 


"881 


— Products 


D904 


Mississippi 


W322 


Minerals 


D410 


Missouri 


W345 


Miners 


D635 


Mistletoe 


E478 


Mines 


D620 


Mistral 


D226. 


— (Torpedo) 


B829 


Mists 


D21S 


Ming Dynasty 


P419 


Mitau 


So8r 


Mingrelia 


S148 


Mites 


F292 



356 



Mit-Mol 

Mithradatic War 
Mitres 

Mittelfranken 
Mitylene 

Mixing Machinery 
Mixtures 
Mizuo, Go- 
Mnemonics 
Mnemonic Writing 
Moab 

Moabite Stone 
Moats 

Mobilisation (Army) 
Mobs 
Mock Moons 

— Suns 
Model Drawing 
Modelling 
Model Machinery 
Modena 

— Dukes of 
Modern Geography 

— History 
Modes (Music) 
Modesty 
Moesia 
Mogador 
Moghilev 
Mogols 
Mohamedan Calendar 

— India 

Mohamedanism 
Mohamed Tewfik 
Mohamed I. (Turkey) 

— II. — 

— . III. — 

— IV. — 
Mohammed 
Mohawks 
Mohegans 

Moira, Earl of 
Moisture 
Molar Physics 

— Pregnancy 
Molasses 
Moldavia 

Molecular Physics 
Molecules 

Moles 



Q125 
I653 
S970 

Q135 
B150 
G426 
P310 

J 163 

M708 

Q251 
M234 

B975 
B854 

L559 
C890 

C865 
A606 
A791 
B190 
Q828 
Q829 
O220 
O061 
C405 

J275 
Q400 

O344 
S095 
P614 
O082 
P604 
K070 
O442 

Q059 
Q061 

Q067 

Q073 
Q051 
W083 
W084 
P663 
D213 
B002 

H377 
I885 

Q471 
B002 
B002 
F733 



CATION. 


Mol-Mon 


Molinists 


K645 


Molise 


Q910 


Mollusca 


F200 


Molluscoidea F167, F200 


Moluccas 


P240 


Molybdates 


D428 


Molybdenum 


D461 


Momozono (Japan) 


P313 


— Go- 


P315 


Monachism 


K508 


Monaco 


R580 


Monaghan Co. 


U073 


— Town 


U074 


Mon-Anam Language 


M341 


Monarchs (Biog.) 


X043 


— Divine Right 


L211 


Monarchy 


L206 


— Absolute 


L210 


— Constitutional 


L212 


Monasteries 


J858 


Monastic Communities 


K570 


— Orders 


K510-570 


— Schools 


A163 


Monastir 


Q107 


Monday 


D055 


Mond Gas 


D924 


Monera 


F052 


Money 


L869-97 


— Lending 


L966 


Mongerels 


F945 


Mongol Dynasty 


P418 


Mongolia 


P490 


Mongolian Lang. 


M316 


Mongol Invasions (India) 


P630 


Mongoloid Races 


G009 


Mongols 


P491 


Monimiaceae 


E538 


Monism 


J378 


Monitorial System 


A156 


Monitors (Educ.) 


A156 


— (Zool.) 


F524 


Monkey Puzzle 


E310 


Monkeys 


.F980-994 


Monks 


J925 


Monkshood 


E528 


Monmouth 


U667 


Monmouthshire 


U666 


Monochrome 


A617 


Monocotyledones 


E331 


Monogamy 


G060 



357 



Mon-Mor 


CLASSIFj 


r CAT ION. 


Monogenea 


F137 


Moray 


Monograms, Artists 


A810 


— Firth 


Monoliths 


O154 


Morbihan 


Monomania 


G778 


Morbus Coxarius 


Monopolies 


L824 


Morea 


Monotheism 


J422 


Morecambe 


Monotremata 


F701 


Morelos 


Monotype Printing 


M834 


Moresnet 


Monroe Doctrine 


W121 


Moringacese 


Monroe, Jas. (U. S.) 


W120 


Morisonians 


Mons 


T332 


Morley 


Monsoons 


D225 


Mormonism 


Monsters (Folk Lore) 


J 570 


Morning 


— (Pathology) 


G368 


Morocco 


Monstrosities 


G368 


— City 


Montana 


W425 


Morpeth 


Montanists 


K422 


Morphia 


Montaubon 


R299 


Morphology (Biol.) 


Montbrison 


R574 


Mortahty, Tables 


Mont-de-Piet6 


L965 


Mortar (Building) 


Monte Carlo 


R598 


Mortars (Guns) 


Monte Cristo Island 


Q872 


Mortgages 


Montenegro 


Q410 


Mortification 


— (Church) 


K441 


Mortmain 


Montevedio 


W838 


Mortuaries 


Montezuma 


W504 


Mosaic Cosmogony 


Montgomeryshire 


U249 


— Law 


Montgomery (U. S.) 


W321 


— Work 


— (Wales) 


U250 


Moscovy, Czars of 


Months 


D039 


Moscow, City 


Montpellier 


R349 


— Dukes of 


- (U. S.) 


W211 


— Govt. 


Montreal 


W058 


Mosella 


Montreux 


S564 


— (Wine) 


Montrose 


¥250 


Mosel, River 


Mont St. Michel 


R242 


Moskva 


Montserrat 


W674 


Moslemism 


Monuments 


A795 


Mosques 


— Sepulchral 


A796 


Mosquitos 


Moon 


C885 


Mossa e Carrara 


Moors 


R604 


Moss Animals 


Moose 


F845 


Mosses 


Moots 


L373 


— Club 


Moracefe 


E463 


Mossley 


Moraines 


D082 


Mossul 


Moral Philosophy 


J200 


Mostar 


Morals 


J200 


Motets 


— Minor 


J216 


Mother Marks 


Moravia 


S368 


— of Pearl 


Moravians 


K725 


Mothers 



Mor-Mot 

V155 
Viii 

R260 

G654 

Q367 
U502 

W543 
T340 
E562 

K915 
U462 

K955 
D053 

O325 

O337 
U408 
G746 
E048 
L049 
B307 
B915 
L753 
G33& 
L752 

H654 
K126 
K124 
A697 
Soio 
S070 
S006 
S069 

S785 
I864 

S785 
S069 
K070 

J857 
F362 

Q873 
F163 
E277 
E295 
U503 
Q174 
S48S 

C558 
H426 
F203 
G082 



358 



Mot-Mul 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Mul-Mus 



Moths 


F380-386 


Mull 


V207 


Motion 


B027 


Mullahs 


J915 


Motions, Celestial 


C814 


Mullingar 


II119 


— (Gasses) 


D722 


Mullions 


B375 


— (Meetings) 


L035 


Multiplication 


A410 


Motive Power 


Bill 


Mummers 


N248 


Motor Boats 


B673 


Mummies 


H671 


— Carriages 


B570 


Mumps 


H528 


Motoring 


B572 


Miinchen 


■S953 


Motors 


B570 


Munich 


S953 


Motor System 


E043, G656 


Municipal Administration 


L385 


Motory Organs 


E043, G656 


— Boroughs 


L380 


Mottoes 


N326 


Municipalities 


L376 


Mould 


E250 


Municipal Libraries 


M906 


Moulding, Metal 


D643 


Munster (Ireland) 


U160 


Mouldings 


B373 


Miinster (Prussia) 


S762 


Moulds, Printing 


M803 


— (Switzerland) 


S522 


Moulins 


R567 


Murad I. (Turkey) 


Qo5S 


Moulting 


E050 


— II. — 


Q060. 


Mounds 


O153 


— III. — 


Q066. 


Mountain Ash 


E589 


— IV. — 


Q071 


— Batteries 


V B889 


— V. — 


Q087 


Mountaineering 


H733 


Mural Decorations 


A692, 


Mountain Floras 


EI69 


Murat (Naples) 


Q924 


— Railways 


B5I4 


Murcia (City) 


R775 


Mountains 


D092 


- (Dept.) 


R773 


Mounted Infantry 


B886 


Murder 


L612 


Mounting 


M883 


Murrain F851.507 


Mourne Mountains 


U085 


Murray River 


P061 


Mourning 


H681 


Musaceas 


E414 


Mouse 


F760 


Musa-Chelebi •■ 


.0058 


Mouth 


H112 


Musci 


E277 


Movements, Animal 


E043 


Muscles 


G657 


. — (Watch) 


D281 


Musette 


C702 


Moving Pictures 


A786 


Museums 


A009 


Moxa 


H405 


Mushrooms 


E265 


— Language 


M611 


Music 


C400 


Mozambique 


O781 


Musical Boxes 


C752 


Mucilage 


D952 


— Forms 


C440 


Muck ■ 


I007 


— Glasses 


C744 


Mucous Membranes 


G670 


■ — Instruments 


C600 


Muggletonians 


K804 


— — Ancient 


C601 


Mukden 


P484 


— — Mechanical 


C751 


Mulai-Abd-el-Aziz 


O331 


— — Percussion 


C730 


Mulai-Abderrahman 


O328 


— — Savage 


C602 


Mulai-Hassan 


O330 


— — String (Bow) 


C603 


Mulai-Soliman 


O327 


- - - (Key) 


C640 


Mulberry 


E464 


_ — — (Plectral) C620 


Mules 


F834 


— — Wind (Cup) 


Cb55 


Miilhausen 


S894 


_ - - (Key) 


C715 



359 



Mus-Myo 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Myr-Nap 



Musical Instruments, 


Wind 


Myricaceae 


E440 


(Reed) C690 


Myriopoda 


F302, F390 


. — Tone 


C306 


Myristicaceae 


E521 


Music, Chamber 


C760 


Myrothamnaceae 


E580 


— Concerted Vocal 


C580 


MjTrrh 


E659 


— Dramatic 


C770 


Myrsinaceae 


E828 


— Gregorian 


C551 


Myrtaceae 


E783 


Musicians 


X018 


Myrtiflorae 


E773 


- (Prof.) 


C780 


Myrtles 


E784 


Music, Orchestral 


C751 


Mysia 


Qr3i 


— Printing 


M818 


Mysore 


P704 


— Sacred 


C550 


Mysteries 


J504 


— Street 


C795 


Mystery Plays 


N218 


— Vocal 


C590 


Mysticism 


J340 


Musk (Chem.) 


D879 


Mystics 


J340 


— Deer 


F847 


Mythology 


J500 


Musketry 


B919 


Myths 


J500 


Muskets 


B918 


Myxoedema 


G334 


Muskogi 


W087 


Myxomycetes 


E253 


Musk Ox 


F864 


Myxosporida 


F084 


— Plant 


E894 


Myzodendraceae 


E479 


— Rats 


F764 


Myzontes 


F413 


Muslin 


I412 






Musquash 


F764 


Naavies 


B203 


Musselburgh 


V333 


Nabha 


P764 


Mussels 


F211 


Nadir Shah 


P964 


Mustangs 


F830 


Naevus 


H426 


Mustapha I. (Turkey) 


Q069 


Nagasaki 


I'344 


— II. — 


Q076 


Nagoya 


P337 


— III. — 


Q080 


Nahum 


K164 


— IV. — 


Q083 


Naiadaceae 


E338 


Mustard 


E549 


NaDs 


D674 


Mustelidae 


F905 


— (Animal) 


F008 


Mustel Organ 


C722 


— (Human) 


H470 


Mutilations 


H576 


Nairn 


V151 


Mutiny 


L560 


Nairnshire 


V150 


Mutsuhito 


P319 


Naka-mikado 


P311 


Mutual Aid 


L162, 170 


Namaland 


O711 


Muzaffer-ed-din 


P970 


Names 


M070-77 


Myalgia 


G660 


— (Logic) 


A302 


Mycenae 


Q368 


Namur, City 


T351 


Mycetozoa 


F057 


— Province 


T350 


Mycology 


E250 


Nanchang 


P451 


Mycomycetes 


E255 


Nancy 


R415 


Myelitis 


G711 


Nanking 


P445 


Myology 


G657 


Nantes 


R266 


Myoma 


H556 


— Edict of 


K700R0 


Myomorpha 


F759 


Nap (Game) 


H924 


Myopia 


G831 


Naphthalene 


D814 


Myoporacese 


E910 


Naples 


Q920 



360 



Nap-Nav 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Nav-Neg 



Naples, Kings of Q921 

Napoleon I. R106 

— II. R107 

— III. R121 
Napoleon, Code L436R0 
Napoleon (Game) Hg24 
Napoli Q920 
Narbonne R353 
Narcissus E403 
Narcomedusae F112 
Narcotics G746 
Narrow-gauge B504 
Narwals F896 
Nasal Sounds Moog 
Nashville W336 
Naso-Pharyngeal Diseases G860 
Nasr-ed-din P969 
Nassau (Bahamas) W637 

— Hesse S765 

— House of S640 
Nasturtiums E557 
Natal O750 
Natatores F630 
Natatoriums G531 
National Assembly R086 

— Character Fo37 

— Debt L902 

— Defence B852 
Nationality L025 
Nationalrath L349 
Native States (India) P700 
Natural History E-F 
Naturalism J 109 
Naturalization L026 
Natural Law L431 

— Mineral Waters I874 

— Philosophy Booi 

— Science Philosophy J 334 

— Selection E013 
Nature J 006 

— Printing M825 

— Study (Biol.) E000.4 

— — (Physiog.) D000.4 

— Workshop J 454 
Nausea H140 
Nautical Almanacs B692 

— Astronomy B693 
Nautilus F234 
Navajo Indians W085 
Naval Biography X015 



Naval Boards B811 

— Coaling Stations B835 

— Depots B833 

— Dockyards B834 

— History O005 

— Occupation B803 

— Orders of Knighthood X118 

— Reserve B824 

— Science B801 

— Training Ships B836 

— Volunteers B825 
Navan U123 
Navarra R726 
Navarre and Aragon R625 

— Kingdom R610-14 

Navel H375 

Naves B409 

Navies B806 

Navigation B691 

Navigator's Islands Pi47 

Navy, British B807 

— List B838 
Naxos Q385 
Nazareth Q215 
Neagh, Lough U065 
Neap Tides D121 
Neath U284 
Nebraska W410 
Nebulae C935 
Nebular Hypothesis C802 
Necessity J012 
Neck G934 
Necklaces I657 
Necrology Xooo-752 
Necromancy J 554 
Necrosis H549 
Nectarines E607 
Nedenaes T713 
Nederlanden Tioo 
Needle Baths G530 
Needles D680 
Needle-Work I540 
Negatives A758 
Neghgence L573 
Negotiations L428 
Negri P553 
Negroid Races G007 
Negro Languages M216 
Negropont Q378 
Neguses O512 



361 



Neh-Neu 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Neu-New 



Nehemiah 


K143 


Neuroses 


G714 


Nejd 


Q297 


Neustadt 


S869 


Nelson (Lanes.) 


U504 


Neu-Strelitz 


S822 


N emathelminthes 


F144 


Neuters 


E061 


Nematoda 


F145 


Neutral Colours 


C130 


Nematophora 


• F105 


Neutrality 


L415 


Nemertini 


F140 


— Armed 


L416 


Nenagh 


U168 


Nevada 


W455 


Neodymium 


D448 


Nevers 


R527 


Neo-Latin Lang. & Liter. 


M430-1 


Nevis, Ben 


V14& 


Neolithic Age 


O115 


— (Island) 


W672 


Neology 


M056 


Newark (N. J.) 


W254 


Neo-Mathusianism 


L043 


Newark-on-Trent 


U576 


Neo-Persian Lang. 


M285 


New Britain 


P181 


Neo-Platonism 


-J328 


— Brunswick 


W062 


Neo-Pythagoreans 


J327 


Newbury 


' U734 


Nepal 


P709 


New Calabar 


O811 


— Lang. 


M331 


— Caledonia 


P185 


Nepenthacese 


E565 


— Castile 


R756 


Nephrite 


D535 


Newcastle-under-Lyme 


U596 


Nephritis 


H202 


Newcastle-upon-Tjme 


U406 


Nepotism 


L142 


New Church 


K964 


Neptune 


C910 


Newchwang 


P485 


Neri 


Q889 


New Connection Gen. Baptists K822 


Nero 


Q535 


— Empire (Egj^^t) 


O412 


Nerva 


Q542 


— England Settlement 


W102 


Nerve Fibres 


G701 


— — States 


W200 


— Medicines 


G741 


— Forest 


U775 


Nerves 


G701 


Newfoundland 


■W070' 


Nervous Diseases 


G714 


— Dogs 


F937 


Nervousness 


G739 


New France 


W021 


— Prostration 


G731 


— Galloway 


V36S 


Nervous System (Biol.) 


E028 


— Grenada 


W703 


— — (Human) 


G700 


— Guinea 


P173-183. 


Nestorian Church 


K418 


— — British 


P175 


Nests 


F603 


— — Dutch 


.P177 


Net Fishing 


I722 


— — German 


P179 


Netherlands 


Toco 


— Hampshire 


W205 


— Governors of 


T004 


— Haven 


W237 


Netting 


I548 


— Hebrides 


P189. 


Nettlerash 


H427 


— Holland 


Poio 


Nettles 


E472 


Newington (London) 


U962 


Neuchatel, Canton 


S569 


New Ireland 


PI8I 


— Town 


S570 


— Jersey 


W250 


Neufchateau 


T346 


— Jerusalem Church 


K964 


Neuralgia 


G729 


— Light Burghers 


K907 


Neurasthenia 


G731 


— Mexico 


W440' 


Neuritis 


G732 


— Netherlands 


W105 


Neurology 


G701 


— Orleans 


W32& 


Neuroptera 


F316 


— Platonism 


J32& 



362 



New-Nie 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Nie-Non 



Newport (I. W.) 


U777 


Nievre 


R526 


— (Mon.) 


U669 


Nigeria 


O810 


— News 


W303 


Niger River 


O833 


- (R. I.) 


W232 


Night 


D063 


New Radnor 


U267 


— Hawks 


F679 


Newry 


U084 


Nightmare 


G727 


News 


M137 


Nihilism 


L240 


— Agencies 


M126 


Nijyo, Go- 


•P306 


Newsagents 


M898 


Nile 


O471 


New South Wales 


P050 


— Languages 


M215 


Newspaper Press 


M122 


Nimes 


R345 


Newspapers 


A053 


Nimrod 


O032 


News Rooms 


M968 


Ninepins 


H775 


New Testament 


K200 


Nineteenth Century 


O065 


Newts 


F488 


Nineveh 


O033 


New World Monkeys 


- F981 


Ningpo 


P454 


— Year 


J701 


Ninth Century 


O050 


— Year Cards 


J702 


Niobates 


D424 


— York City 


W245 


Niobium 


D476 


— — State 


W241 


Niort 


R274 


— Zealand 


P080 


Nipal 


P709 


— — Alps 


P098 


Nippon 


P300 


Ngami, Lake 


O723 


Nirvana 


K040.640 


Nganking 


P449 


Nithsdale 


V374 


Niagara Falls 


W054 


Nitrates 


D422 


Nicaea 


Q129 


Nitric Acid 


D860 


Nicaragua 


W615 


Nitrogen 


D771 


Nicaria 


Q134 


— Group 


D770 


Nice 


R362 


Nitro-Glycerine 


D913 


Nicene Councils 


K462, K468 


Nitrous Oxide 


G743 


— Creed 


K431 


Nivernais 


R523 


Nicephorus I. (Byz.) 


Q327 


Nizhnii Novgorod 


S066 


— II. — 


Q328 


— — (Town) 


S067 


— III. — 


Q329 


Noah's Ark ^ , \ 


K129 


Nicholas I. (Pope) 


Q673 


Nobihty (Biog.) -,'' ' ^ 


X063 


— II. — 


Q677 


Noble Metals 


D485-91 


— III. — 


Q692 


Noctuina > ' 


F383 


— IV. — 


Q694 


Nocturnal Discharges 


H330 


— V. — 


Q713 


Nocturnes 


C453 


— I. (Russia) 


S040 


Noels 


C571 


— II. — 


S043 


Noise 


C309 


Nickel 


D459 


Noises (Street) 


B280 


Nicknames 


M075 


Nolanaceae 


E882 


Nicobar Islands 


P861 


Nomadic Life 


L003 


Nicotiana 


E891 


Nomenclature 


A302 


Nidwalden 


S517 


Nominalism 


fin 


Niederbayern 


S954 


Nominal Rents 


L755 


Niello Work 


A697 


Non-Christian Religions 


K090 


Niels (Denmark) 


^T504 


Non-Conformity 


K800 


Nietzsche 


J364 


Nonets 


C761 



363 



Uon-Nor 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Nor-Num 



Non-Euclidean Geometry A502 

Non-Jurors V560 

Non-Metallic Elements D751 

Nord R203 

Nordland T723 

Nordre Bergenhus T718 

— Trondhjem T722 
Norfolk U555 

— Island P054 
Norge T600 
Noricum S301 
Norite D363 
Normal Schools A143 
Norman Architecture B467 

— Conquest U335 
Normandie R230 
Normandy R230 

— Dukes of R231 

Normans U334 

Norrbotten T933 

Norrkoping T908 

Norrland T723 

Norse Lang. M540 

Norsemen T401 

North Africa O301 

— America W020 

— American Lang. M650 

— — Orders X189 
Northampton U621 
Northamptonshire U620 
North Atlantic States 'W200 

— Berwick V339 

— Brabant T165 

— Britain Vooo 
Northbrook, Earl of (India) P674 
North Carolina W308 

— Central France R449 

— — States W350 

— Dakota W402 

— East Territory(Canada) W039 
Northern Caucasia S137 

— Counties (Eng.) U400 

— Lights C928 

— Territory P031 
North Europe S-T 

— German Confederation S674 

— Holland T186 

— London U901, 912 
Northmen T401 
North Mississippi States W365 



North Polar Expeditions W912 

— Riding U440 

— Scotland Viio 

— Sea D104 

— Spain R700 
Northumberland U405 
Northumbria U307 
Northumbrian Bagpipes C694 
North Wales U230 
North West Frontier Provinces P830 

— Passage W913 

— Provinces States P750 

— Territory (Canada) W030 
Norway T600 
Norwegian Lang, and Liter. M545 

— Orders X166 
Norwich U556 
Nose G860 
Nosology G300.89 
Nostalgia G733 
Nostrums G445 
Notaries L486 
Notation (Arith.) A402 

— (Music) C401-4 
Notebooks N313 
Notes (Money) L878 
Notre Dame (Paris) R504 
Nottingham U573 
Nottinghamshire U572 
Notts U572 
Nouns M031 
Nouvelle France W021 
Novara Q804 
Nova Scotia W066 
Nova Zemlia S055 
NoveUsts X055 
Novels N002 
November D050 
Novgorod S060 
Nubia O485 
Nubian Lang. M213 
Nude Studies A632 
Nuevo Leon W533 
Nuisances B270 
Numa Pompilius QS^^ 
Number A402 
Numbering (Printing) M823 
Numbers (Bible) " K133 

— (Prime) A407 
Numerals A403-06 



364 



Num-Obj 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Obj-CEd 



Numeration 


A402 


Numidia 


O304 


Numidian Language 


M227 


Numismatics 


L895 


Nunneries 


J 861 


Nuns 


J927 


Nuremberg 


S971 


Nurnberg 


S971 


Nurseries (Children) 


H396 


— (Garden) 


I228 


Nursery Rhymes (Poetry) 


N123 


— Songs (Music) 


C595 


Nurses 


H618 


— (Biog.) 


X034 


Nursing, General 


H615 


— Home 


H616 


— Hospital 


H617 


Nutka Lang. 


M656 


Nutmegs 


E522 


Nutriments 


E029 


Nutrition (Biol.) 


E029 


— (Human) 


H102 


Nuts 


E142 


Nux Vomica 


E852 


Nyassa, Lake 


O626 


Nyaya 


J 305 


Nyctaginacese 


E499 


Nyland 


S206 


Nymphaeacese 


E510 


Nymphoemania 


G779 


Nystagmus 


G832 


Oakham 


U628 


Oaks 


E456 


Oases 


D094 


Oaths 


L527 


Oats 


E352 


Oaxaca 


W559 


Obadiah 


K161 


Oban 


V203 


Obedience (Theol.) 


K347 


Obelisks 


B366 


Ober Ammergau 


S952 


Oberbayern 


S950 


Oberfranken 


S963 


Oberpfalz 


S960 


Obi River 


S272 


Obituaries Xooo . 752- 


Object Glass 


C152 


— Lessons 


A150 



Object Mounting 

Oblates 

Oboe 

Oboe d'amore 

Obrenovitch 

O'Brien, Donough 

— Turlough 
Obscenity 

Observation (Logic) 
Observations (Astron.) 
Observatories 
Obsidian 
Obstetrics 
Obstinacy 
Obwalden 

Ocarina 
Occultations 
Occult Science 
Occupations 
Ocean 

— Currents 
Oceania 
Oceans 

Ocean Transport 
Ocelots 
OchnaccEe 
Ochus 

O'Connor, Roderic 
Octarchs of Saxons 
Octateuch 
Octavianus 
Octets 
October 
Octocoralla 
Octopus 
Octroi Duties 
Odd Fellows 
Odense 
Oder River 
Odes (Music) 
— (Poetry) 
Odessa 
Odic Force 
Odoacer 
Odontalgia 
Odontology (Biol.) 

— (Human) 

Odontornithea 
CEcumenical Councils 
OEdema 



Ciyr 
K528: 

C703 
C704 
Q425, 430. 
U015 
Uoify 

L563 
A307 
0950- 
C95& 
D362 
H370^ 

J237 
S516 
C688 

C945 

J580. 

L131 

Dioi 

D120 

Pooo 

Dioi 

B604 

F958 

E729- 

P912 

U019. 

U312 

K123. 

Q528- 

C762 

0049. 

F122 

F238- 

L928. 

Li 70 

T559' 
S735 
C545 
N118 
S107 
G771 
Q611 
H123 
E020 
H120 
F605 
K641-8 
G333. 



365 



<En-01d 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Old-Ont 



<ETiology 


1860 


Oldham 


U505 


(Esophagus 


H132 


Old Light Burghers 


K908 


Oesterreich 


S301 


— Norse Lang. 


M542 


— Ungarn 


S300 


— Persian 


M282 


Ofen 


S450 


— Prussian Lang. 


M484 


Offences 


L550-644 


— Red Sandstone 


D328 


■Offertory 


J848 


— Saxon Lang. 


M509 


Office 


L138 


— Slavonic Lang. 


M468 


Officers 


L138 


— South West 


W330 


— Army 


B855 


— Testament 


K120 


— Municipal 


L390 


— World Apes 


F985 


— Navy 


B812 


Oleacse 


E844 


Offices 


L138 


Oleanders 


E856 


Of&cialdom 


L144 


Oleates 


G428 


Official Secrets 


L553 


Olefines 


D815 


Officinal Drugs 


G406 


Oleomargarine 


D944 


Ogam Writing 


M717 


Oleron, He de 


R284 


Ogasawara-j ima 


P372 


Oligarchy 


L232 


Ogham Writing 


M717 


Oligocene 


D349 


Ogres 


J570 


OligochffitfE 


F151 


•Ohio 


W351 


Oliniacese 


E770 


Oil and Colour Trade 


D960 


Olive Tree 


E847 


— Engines 


C285 


Olmiitz 


S370 


— Painting 


A615 


Olonets 


S058 


Oils 


1^935-6 


Olve d'caccia 


C706 


Oil Vaporization 


C286 


Olympiads 


O071 


Ointments 


G438 


Olympia (U. S.) 


W476 


Oise 


R481 


Olympic Games 


H855 


Ojibwa Indians 


W084 


Olympus 


Q130 


Okehampton 


U698 


Omagh 


U067 


Oki 


P352 


Omaha 


W412 


Okinawa 


P361 


— Indians 


W086 


Oklahama 


W421 


Oman 


Q298 


Oklotsk, Sea 


S287 


Omayyad Kalifate 


Q267 


Olacaceae 


E483 


Ombay 


P250 


Olaf (Norway) 


T604 


Omens 


J552 


— the Saint 


T602 


Omentum 


H170 


■Old Age 


G024 


Ommiades 


Q267 


— — Pensions 


L983 


Omnibuses 


B562 


— Calabar 


O811 


Omnipotence (God) 


K325 


— Castile 


R715 


Omnipresence (God) 


K325 


— Catholic Church 


K630 


Omniscience (God) 


K325 


— Egyptian Lang. & Lit. M222-3 


Onagraceae 


E791 


Oldenburg, Duchy 


S810 


Onanism 


H304 


— Grand Dukes 


S811 


Oneida Indians 


W083 


— Line {Denmai 


k) T510 


Onions 


E392 


— Town 


S812 


Onondaga Indians 


W083 


■Old English Lang, and Lit 


M510-11 


Ontario 


W047 


— French Territory 


W327 


— Lake 


W055 


— German Lang. 


M562 


Ontogenj' 


Eoio 



366 



Ont-Orc 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Orc-OrA 



Ontology 

Onychia 

Onyx 

Oolite 

Oology 

Oomycetes 

Opals 

Open Hearths 

Operas, Comic 

— English 

— Grand 
Operations (Surgery) 
Operettas 
Ophicleids 
Ophidia 
Ophiuroidea 
Ophthalmia 
Ophthalmics 
Ophthalmoscope 
Opilius 

Opinion 

Opisthobranchiata 

Opium 

Oporto 

Opossums 

Opoterodonta 

Optical Lantern 

Opticians (Biog.) 

Optic Nerve 

Optics 

Optimism 

Opuntiales 

Oracles 

Oran 

Orange (Colour) 

— _■ Free State 

— Princes of 

— f River 

— -Sfi River Colony 
Oranges 
Orang-otangs 
Orations 
Oratorios 

Oratory 

Orbit (Eye) 

Orbits 

Orcades 

Orcham 

Orchards 

Orchestral Music 



J 002 


Orchestras 


C750 


H47I 


Orchestration 


C750 


D527 


Orchestrions 


C753 


D339 


Orchidaceae 


E426 


Fooi 


Orchids 


E427 


E252 


Orchitis 


H320 


D522 


Ordeals 


L505 


D603 


Order 


A320 


C773 


Orders of Animals 


F045 


C777 


— of Knighthood 


X115 


C770-73 


— of Plants 


E192 


G572 


— of the Cathohc Church K510 


C775 


Ordination 


J898 


C675 


Ordnance 


B911 


F550 


— Survey 


D021 


F172 


Ordovician 


D322 


G836 


Orebro 


T924 


G819 


Oregon 


W465 


G819.-167 


Orel 


S075 


Q552 


Orenburg 


S132 


J013 


Orense 


R704 


F226 


Ores 


D604 


E546 


Organ, American 


C721 


R904 


— Barrel 


C728 


F713 


— Enharmonic 


C729 


F551 


Organic Chemistry 


D8t)o 


A785 


Organists 


X021 


X017 


Organization 


L133 


G804 


Organ, Mustel 


C722 


Cioo 


Organography (Bio.) 


E047 


J 375 


Organs, Human 


G600 


E763 


Organ, Water 


C723 


J551 


Oriel Windows 


B346 


O354 


Orientation 


J85.4 


C122 


Original Secession Ch. 


K908 


O741 


— Sin 


K333 


Toio 


Orinoco River 


W710 


O770 


Orioles 


F666 


O740 


Orissa 


P816 


E655 


Orkney 


V114 


F992 


— and Shetland 


V113 


M180-8 


Orleanais 


R515 


C535 


Orleanist Line 


R191 


M180 


Orleans 


R519 


G807 


— House of 


R114 


C812 


Ormolu 


D668 


V114 


Ornament 


A683 


Q054 


Ornaments, Church 


J962 


I225 


— of Savage Races 


I660 


C751 


Orne 


R243 



367 



Orn-Oto 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Ott-Oxy 



Ornithodelphia 


F701 


Ottawa 


W051 


Ornithology 


F600 


Otter Hounds 


F927 


Orobranchaceae 


E898 


— Hunting 


F912 


Orology 


D092 


Otters 


F911 


Orphans 


G115 


Otto I. (Holy Rom. Emp.) 


S618 


Orrery 


C900 . 167 


— II. — 


S619 


Orszaggyul6s 


L342 


— III. — 


S620 


Orthodox Church 


K430 


— IV. — 


S632 


Orthodoxy 


J013 


Ottocar I. (Bohemia) 


S342 


Orthoepy 


M018 


— II. — 


S344 


Orthographic Projection 


A511 


Ottoman Empire 


Q050 


Orthography 


M019 


Oudenaerde 


T318 


Orthomorphic Projection 


A511 


Oudh 


P823 


Orthopaedic Surgery 


G584 


Ouesant 


R259 


Orthoptera 


F301 


Ounces (Zool.) 


F964 


Oryctology 


E090 


Ouse, River 


U437 


Osage Indians 


W086 


Outcrops 


D305 


Osaka 


P334 


Out-door Games 


H750 


Oscan Lang. 


M424 


— Relief 


L073 


Oscar I. (Sweden) 


T827 


Outlawry 


L426 


— II. — 


T829 


Outposts 


B966 


Osculation 


A521 


Ovarian Disease 


H344 


Oshima 


P363 


Ovaries 


H339 


Osman 


O053 


Ovariotomy 


H345 


Osmanli Vilaieti 


Q050 


Ovens 


C206 


Osmium 


D490 


Overloading Ships 


B728 


Osmose (Chem.) 


D723 


Over-Mantles 


B369 


Ossetian Lang. 


M290 


Overpressure (Educ.) 


A138 


Ossett 


U463 


Overstrain 


G315 


Ostende 


T322 


Overstudy 


A138 


Osteology (Biol.) 


E020 


Overtures 


C753 


— Human 


G601 


Overwork 


G315 


Osteotomy 


G643 


Overyssel 


T157 


Ostergotland 


T907 


Ovidae 


F861 


Ostersund 


T931 


Oviedo 


R707 


Ostpreussen 


S715 


Ovules 


H340 


Ostracism, Social 


J293 


Owain Gwynedd 


U220 


Ostracoda 


F255 


Owlet Moths 


F383 


Ostriches 


F608 


Owls 


F691 


Oswestry 


U639 


Owners 


L774 


Otaheite 


Piii 


Ownership 


L774 


Othman I. (Turkey) 


Q053 


Oxalates 


D861 


— II. — 


Q070 


Oxalic Acid 


D861 


— III. — 


Q079 


Oxalidaceae 


E636 


Otho (Bavaria) 


S946 


Oxen 


F854 


— I. (Greece) 


Q351 


Oxford 


U726 


— (Hungary) 


S405 


— Movement 


K762 


— (Rome) 


Q537 


Oxfordshire 


U725 


Otology 


G841 


Oxides 


D416 


Otorrhoea 


G844 


Oxygen 


D761 



368 



Oxy-Pal 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Pal-Pap 



Oxygen Group 


D760 


Oxytocics 


H369 


Oysters 


F210 


Ozokerite 


D813 


Ozone 


D761 


Pachyderms 


F880 


Pacific Islands 


Pico 


— Ocean 


D105 


— States (Mex.) 


W550 


- - (U. S.) 


W445 


Packing 


B615 


Padfiington 
Paddle-Wheels 


U907 


B686 


Padova 


Q821 


Padua 


Q821 


Paediatrics 


H392 


Pffidogenesis 


E060 


Pgeony 


E524 


Paganism 


J501 


Pageants 


O089 


Pages 


L227 


Pagination 


M850 


Pahang 


P455 


Pahlavi Lang. 


M283 


Pain 


G342 


Painting 


A614 


— Encaustic 


A618 


— Gesso 


A619 


— Monochrome 


A617 



— National Schools A650-80 

— Oil A615 
Paintings A820 
Painting, Sign A698 

— Tempera A620 

— Water Colour A616 



Paints 


D948 


Paisley 


V309 


Palaces 


B432 


Palseo-Botany 


E200 


Palaeolithic Age 


Olio 


Palaeologus 


Q336, 339 


Palseontology 


E090 


Palaeozoic Age 


D317 


Palaeo-Zoology 


F040 


Palanquins 


B591 


Palate 


H116 


— Cleft 


H117 


Palatinate 


S957 


— Upper 


S960 



Palechinoidea 


F179 


Palencia 


R710 


Paleography 


M701 


— and Diplomatic 


M700 


Palermo 


Q968 


Palestine 


Q200 


Pale, The 


U134 


Pali Language 


M260 


Palimpsests 


M733 


Palingenesis 


E050 


Palladium 


D489 


Palma 


O92S 


Palmse 


E362 


Palmistry 


J543 


Palm Sunday 


J712 


Palmyra 


Q18& 


Palpitation 


G321, H056 


Palsy 


G734 


Pamirs 


S267 


Pamphlets 


M104 


Pamphylia 


Q128 


Panama Republic 


W707 


— Town 


W708 


Pancreas 


H154 


Pancreatic Fluid 


H154 


— Secretions 


H154 


Pandanaceae 


E334 


Pandanales 


E332 


Pandects 


L442 


Pandura 


C635 


Panelling 


I313 


Pan-Germanism 


S602 


Pangolins 


F723 


Panics (Financial) 


L932 


Panjabi Language 


M273 


Pannonia 


S400' 


Panoramas 


A83a 


Pan Pipes 


C680 


Pans 


D649 


Pan-Slavism 


S002 


Pantagraph 


A613 


Pantheism 


J425 


Pantheon (Rome) 


0900:715 


Panthers 


F963 


Pantomimes 


N220 


— Shadow 


N221 


Pantopoda 


F295. 


Papacy 


K610, Q651 


Papal Bulls 


Q652 


— Conclaves 


K610 



369 



lA 



Pap-Par 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Par-Pas 



Papal Infallibility 


K610 


Parliament, Manx 


L321 


— States 


Q650 


Parliaments 


L300-57 


— Supremacy 


Q653 


— Scotland 


L319 


Papaveracese 


E546 


Parma 


Q381 


Paper M860-69 | 


Parnassus 


Q365 


Paper-chasing 


H723 


— Grass of 


E575 


Paper Hanging 


A695 


Parodies 


N124 


— Makers 


M869 


Parole 


B988 


— Money 


L877 


Paros 


Q384 


Paphlagonia 


Q125 


Parotitis 


H528 


Papier Michd 


M868 


Parquetry 


B334 


Papua 


P17.3 


Parricide 


L612 


Papuan Language 


M383 


Parrots 


F656 


Papyrus 


E358 


Parseeism 


K062 


Pari 


W736 


Parsi Language 


M284 


Parables 


K206 


Parsing 


M022 


Parabola 


A509 


Parsis 


K062 


Paraboloid 


A504 


Parsley 


E803 


Paracelsus 


J 342 


Parsnips 


E809 


Paractinopoda 


F192 


Parsons 


J9" 


Paradise (Christ. Theol.) 


K361 


Parsonstown 


U140 


Paradises (Theol.) 


J411 


Parthenogenesis 


E061 


Paraffin 


D813 


Parthenon 


Q362.715 


Paraguay 


W780 


Parthia 


P930 


Parahyba 


W737 


Particles (Lang.) 


M032 


Parallax 


C830 


— (Physics) 


B004 


Paralysis 


G735 


Particular Baptists 


K823 


Parana 


W738 


Parting Ores 


D606 


Parapets 


B377 


Partnership 


L835 


Paraphrases 


K283 


Partridges 


F619 


Paraselenae 


C890 


Parts of Speech 


M025 


Parasita 


F252 


Parturition 


H378 


Parasites 


E082 


Party Government 


L255 


Parasitical Diseases 


H500 


Pascal I. (Pope) 


Q669 


— Plants 


E163 


— II. — 


Q681 


Parcel Post 


B629 


Pasch 


J717 


Parchment 


M863 


Pas de Calais 


R211 


Pardon 


L689 


Pasigraphy 


M743 


Parent and Child 


G114 


Passacaglias 


C482 


Parents 


G080 


Passau 


S955 


Parhelia 


C865 


Passengers (Railway) 


B537 


Parietales 


E726 


— (Sea) 


B731 


Paris 


R500 


Passeres 


F660 


Parishes 


L368 


Passifloracese 


E756 


Parks 


I238 


Passion Flowers 


E757 


Parliamentary Executive 


V554 


Passionists 


K526 


— Government 


L244 


Passion of Christ 


K310 


Parliament, British 


L310 


— Plays 


N217 


— England 


L318 


Passions 


J221 


— Ireland 


L320 


Passover 


J718 



370 



Pas-Pav 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Pav-Pel 



Passports L422 

Pastels A626 

Pasteurism G360 

Pastimes Hgoo 

Pastoral Epistles (N. T.) K225 

— Poetry N113 
Pastors J911 
Pastry I922 
Patagonia W818 
Patagonian Lang. M604 
Patchouli E880 
Patella G630 
Patent Agents A014 

— Medicines G445 

— Ofl&ce A015 
Patents Ac 12 
Patent Specifications A013 
Paterson (N. J.) W255 
Pathology, Comparative E051 

— Human G300 

Patiala P761 
Patience J 273 

— (Game) Hg30 
Patmos Q134 
Patna P815 
Patriarchates (Greek Ch.l K433-50 

— (R. C. Ch.) K612 

Patriarchs (Church) J 906 

Patricide L612 

Patrick, St., Order X124 

Patriotism G038 

Patristics K4og 
Patronage, Church ' J895 

Pattern-Making I314 

Pau R322 

Paul de Loanda O661 

Pauline Epistles K213 

Paul I. (Pope) Q666 

— II. — O716 

— HI. - Q723 

— IV. - Q725 
-V. - Q733 

— (Russia) S038 
Paul's, St. Cathedral U927 
Pauper Immigrants L084 
Pauperism L071 
Pauper Labour L156 

— Schools A170 
Pavans C494 
Pavements B276 



Pavia 


Q813 


Pavilions 


B399 


Paving 


B276 


Paviors 


B277 


Pawnbroking 


L965 


Pawnee Indians 


W083 


— Language 


M658 


Pay 


L14.5 


Peace 


J292 


Peaches 


E606 


Peacocks 


F616 


Peak District 


U585 


Pea-nuts 


E618 


Pearl, Mother of 


F203 


Pearls 


D536 


Pears 


E591 


Peas 


E627 


Peasantry 


L064 


Peasant War (France) 


Rg62 


— (Germany) 


S654 


Peat 


D560 


Peccaries 


F840 


Pechili 


P433 


Peculiar People 


K970 


Pedagogy 


Alio 


Pedaliaceae 


E904 


Pedalling (Organ) 


C727 


Pedata 


F190 


Pedestrianism 


H721 


Pediatrics 


H392 


Pediculi 


H504 


Pedicure 


H415 


Pedigrees 


X076 


Pediments 


B369 


Pedipalpi 


F281 


Pedlars 


i853 


Pedobaptism 


J614 


Pedro I. (Portugal) 


R810 


— II. — 


R833-34 


— III. — 


R837 


— IV. — 


R841 


— V. — 


R850 


Peebles 


V391 


Peeblesshire 


V390 


Peep-Shows 


A831 


Peerages 


X102 


Peers, Dignities 


Xioo 


Pehlevi Lang. 


M283 


Peking 


P434 


Pelagians 


K417 



371 



Pel-Pep 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Per-Per 



Pelagic Botany 


E156 


Perffi 


Q25» 


Pelagius I.-II. (Popes) 


Q661 


Perak 


P551 


Pelargoniums 


E634 


Perambulators 


B560 


Pelew Islands 


P157 


Perception 


J015. 


Pelmatozoa 


F173 


Perch 


F455 


Peloponnesian War 


Q310 


Percussion Caps 


D91S 


Peloponnesus 


Q367 


— Instruments 


C730 


Pelota 


H766 


Perfection 


J215 


Peltry Trade 


I751 


Perfectionists 


K965 


Pelvis 


G628 


Perforating Stamps 


M828. 


Pemba 


0542 


Performance, Specific 


L704 


Pembroke 


U269 


Perfumery 


D943 


Pembrokeshire 


U268 


Pergamos 


Q142 


Pemphigus 


H428 


Pergolas 


123a 


Penseaceae 


E769 


Perianth 


E128 


Penal Colonies 


L673 


Pericarditis 


H057 


— Servitude 


L674 


Pericardium 


H040. 


Penance 


J620 


Peridineae 


E221 


Pen and Ink Drawing 


A627 


Peridotite 


D363 


Penang 


P532 


Perigueux 


R295 


Pencil Drawing 


A62S 


Perim Island 


Q295 


Pencils 


M738 


Perinseum 


Higfi 


Pendulum 


B035 


Periodicals 


A050 


Penguins 


F639 


Periodicity E038 


, 0361 


Peninsular War 


R980 


Periodic Law 


D707 


Penis 


H331 


Periosteum 


G641 


Penitentiaries 


L661 


Periostitis 


G641 


Penmanship 


M730 


Peripatetics 


J323 


Pennsylvania 


W260 


Peripheral Nervous System 


G703 


Pennyroyal 


E879 


Perisporaceae 


E25& 


Penology 


L660 


Perissodactyla 


F801 


Penryn 


U713 


Peritoneum 


H128 


Pens 


M735 


Peritonitis 


H129 


— Fountain 


M737 


Peritricha 


F073 


Pensions 


L982 


Periwinkles 


F224 


— Old Age 


L983 


Perjury 


L555 


Pentamera 


F321 


Perm 


S123 


Pentateuch 


K124 


Permanent Way 


B502 


Pentecost 


J720 


Permian Language 


M310 


Pentland Firth 


V112 


— Period 


D330 


— Hills 


V335 


Permutations 


A414 


Penza 


S126 


Pernambuco 


W739 


Penzance 


U714 


Peromedusae 


F117 


Peony 


E524 


Perpendicular Gothic Arch. 


B474 


People 


L020 


Perpetual Motion 


B027 


Peperino 


D362 


Perpignan 


R334 


Pepin 


R021 


Perry 


I871 


Pepper 


E435 


Persecutions (Early Christian) K402 


Pepper-corn Rents 


L755 


Perseverance 


J 273 


Pepsin 


D880 


Persia 


P900 



372 



Per-Pet 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Pet-Phi 



Persian Carpets 


I453 


— Cats 


F952 


— Dynasty (Egypt) O42C 


,0424 


— Gulf 


Pqqo 


— Lang, and Liter. M280-81 


— Neo-, Language 


M285 


— Old, Language 


M282 


— Orders 


X182 


— Wars 


Q304 


Persimmons 


E840 


Personal Equation 


C950 


— Health 


H624 


Personality 


G020 


Personal Liberty 


L021 


— Property 


I713 


— Qualities 


G030 


Personation 


L556 


Person of Christ 


K300 


Persons, Offences against 


L610 


Perspective 


A512 


Perspiration 


H402 


Persuasion 


A303 


Perth 


V231 


Perthshire 


V230 


Perth (W. A.) 


P026 


Perturbations 


C813 


Pertussis 


H529 


Peru 


W760 


Perugia 


Q877 


Peruvian Bark 


E915 


— Language 


M609 


Pesaro-e-Urbino 


Q885 


Pescadores 


P371 


Peshito Language 


M242 


Pessaries 


G518 


Pessimism 


J 376 


Pestalozzian Education 


Alio 


Pestilences 


G311 


Pests (Agriculture) 


I020 


Petards 


B914 


Petchora River 


S057 


Peterborough 


U625 


— Soke of 


U626 


Peter, Epistle (N. T.) 


K227 


Peterhead 


V176 


Peter, St. 


Q654 


Petersburg (City) 


S087 


— (Govt.) 


S086 


Peter L the Great) (Russia 


S026 


— II. (Russia) 


S028 



Peter III. (Russia) S036 

— I. (Servia) Q432 
Peter. See also Pedro 

Petitions L030 

Petrifaction E090 

Petrography D360 

Petroleum D813 

Petrology D360 

Petromyzontes F414 

Pettifoggers L487 

Petty Juries L513 

— Officers B820 
Petunia E890 
Pew Rents J §47 
Pews B426 
Pewter D472 
Pfaltz, House of T813 
Pfalz S957 
Pelicans F542 
Peropoda F553 
Phseophyceae E232 
Phagedaena H545 
Phalanges G620 
Phalangida F285 
Phallic Worship J461 
Phanerogamia E300 
Phantom Ships J 574 
Pharamond R004 
Pharmacology G500 
Pharmacopoeias G406 
Pharmacy G405 
Pharyngitis G911 
Pharyngobranchii F402 
Pharyngognathi F452 
Pharynx G910 
Phase Rule D714 
Pheasants F616 
Phenicia O026 
Phenols D826 
Philadelphia (Asia Minor) Q141 

— (U. S.) W262 

Philanthropists X048 

Philanthropy J 265 

Philately B630 

Philemon K223 

Philibert de Chalons Ton 

Philipopohs Q491 

Philippe I. (Burgundy) R532 

— II. — R533 

— HI. — R535 



373 



Phi-Pho 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Pho-Pla 



Philippe I. (France) 


R045 


Phosphorus 


D772 


— II. — 


R048 


Phossy jaw 


H549 


— III. — 


R051 


Photo-chemistry 


A752 


— IV. — 


R052 


Photo-electrotyping 


A735 


— V. — 


R055 


Photo-engraving 


A735 


— VI. — 


R061 


Photographers 


Xoio 


Philipp (H.R.E.) 


S631 


Photographic Trades 


A788 


Philippians 


K218 


Photographs. Arrange by Subjects 


Philippicus 


Q326 


Photography 


A75P-89 


Philippine Islands 


P270 


Photogravure 


A741 


— Language 


M362 


Photo-lithography 


A738 


PhUipp Willem 


T014 


Photo-mechanical Engraving A735 


Philip the Arabian 


Q559 


Photometry 


Cm 


Philip. See Filippo (Spain) 




Photo-micrography 


C172 


Philistines 


O036 


Photo-optics 


A751 


Philologists 


Xo4q 


Photophobia 


-G835 


Philology 


Mooo 


Photo-zincography 


A735 


— Comparative 


M090 


Phrase Books 


M082 


Philoprogenitiveness 


Giio 


Phrasing (Music) 


C424 


Philosophers 


X037 


Phrenitis 


G757 


Philosopher's Stone 


D702 


Phrenology 


G769 


Philosophy 


J 300 


Phrygia 


Q147 


— Ancient 


J301 


Phrygian Lang. 


M45& 


— and Religion 


J 000 


Phrymacese 


E881 


— Greek 


J311 


Phrynoidea 


F28r 


— Hindu 


J303 


Phthiotis 


Q365 


— Moral 


J200 


Phthisis 


G952 


— Oriental 


J 302 


Phycomycetes 


£251 


Philtres 


J527 


PhyUite 


D38r 


PhilydracesE 


E384 


Phyllopoda 


F246 


Phlebitis 


H036 


Phyllotaxy 


E114 


Phlebotomy 


G578 


Phylloxera 


F353 


Phlegmasia Dolens 


H391 


Phylogeny 


Eon 


Phlogiston 


C202 


Physical Development 


H702 


Phlox 


E865 


— Examinations 


G325 


Phocas 


Q324 


— Geography 


Dooo 


Phocis 


Q365 


— Sciences 


Booo 


Phoenicia 


O026 


— Training 


H700 


Phcenicio-Hebrew Lang. 


M234 


Physicians 


X032 


Phoenix Islands 


P125 


Physics 


Booi 


Phonetics 


M003 


Physiognomy 


G770 


Phonographs 


C320 


Physiography 


Dooo 


Phonography 


M747 


Physiology, Comparative 


E023-46 


Phonolite 


D362 


— Human 


G250 


Phonology 


M003 


— Mental 


G765 


Phoronida 


F166 


Physostomi 


F441 


Phosphates 


D423 


Phytography 


Eioo 


Phosphor Bronze 


D667 


Phytolaccacese 


E502 


Phosphorescence 


C108 


Phytology 


Eioo 


Phosphoric Acid 


D862 


Piacenz 


Q833 



374 



Pia-Pil 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Pim-Piii 



Pianists 

Pianoforte 

Pianofortes, Mechanical 

Pianola 

Piauhy 

Picardie 

Picardy 

Piccolo 

Picenum 

Pickles 

Pickpockets 

Pictorial Art 

— Record 
Picts 

Picture Dealing 

— Framing 

— Restoration 
Pictures, Living 
Picturesque 
Picture Writing 
Piece Work 
Piedmont 
Piemonte 

Pierce, F. (U; S.) 

Pierre 

Piers (Arch.) 

— (CivU Eng.) 
Pietermaritzburg 
Pietists 

Pietro Leopoldo 
Piety 
Pigeons 
Pig Iron 
Pigmentation 
Pigments 
Pigmies 
Pigs 
Pike 
Pilasters 
Pile Driving 
Piles 

Pilgrimages 
Pilgrim Fathers 
Pilgrims 
Pillage 
PUlars 
Pills 
Pilotage 
Pilots 
Pilsen 



X023 
C647 
C651 
C650 
W740 
R220 
R220 
C686 

Q503 
I882 
L632 
A600 
A600 
Vooi 
A808 

I345 
A806 
N232 

JlIO 

M709 
LI23 
Q800 
Q800 
WI30 
W405 

B363 

B246 
0752 

K722 

Q86I 
J278 
F626 

D454 
E036 
D948 
G369 
F838 
F45I 
B363 

B3I0 

HI8I 
J62I 

WI03 
J622 

B982 
B366 

0429 
B706 
B707 

S362 



Pimples 


H429 


Pineapples 


. E38I 


Pines 


E3I2 


Ping-pong 


H76I 


Ping-yang 


P383 


Pinnacles 


B405, 


Pinnipedia 


F965 


Pins 


D680 


Piotrkow 


SI9I 


Pipe Organ 


C725 


Pipe. Pandean 


C680. 


— Pitch 


C68I 


Piperacese 


E434 


Piperales 


E432: 


Pipes 


D647 


— Bag 


C69I-95 


Pipe, Shepherd's 


C679, 


Pipes (Tobacco) 


I7I3 


Piquet 


H928 


Piracy 


B763 


Pirates 


X042 


Pisa 


Q870 


Pisces 


F420 


Pisciculture 


I72I 


Piscinas 


B425 


Pisidia 


QI47 


Pistachio Nuts 


E684 


Pistilo 


EI30 


Pistols 


B92I 


Pistons 


C275 


Pitcairn Island 


PII9 


Pitch 


D956 


— Concert (Music) 


C308 


Pitcher Plants 


E564 


Pitch (Music) 


P307 


Pitchstone 


D362 


Pit Dwellings 


OI50 


Pittenweem 


V292 


Pittosporaceae 


E58I 


Pittsburg 


W264 


Pity 


J29I 


Pityriasis 


H430 


Pius I. (Pope) 


Q654 


— II. — 


Q7I5 


— III. — 


Q720 


— IV. — 


Q726 


— V. — 


Q727 


— VI. — 


Q750 


— VII. — 


Q75I 


— VIII. — 


Q753 



375 



Piu-Pla 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Pla-Plu 



Pius IX. (Pope) 


Q755 


Plasters (Pharmacy) 


G42d 


— X. — 


Q757 


Plastic Arts 


A600, A790 


Pivots 


B170 


Plasticity 


Boog 


Pizarro 


W762 


Platanaceae 


E584 


Place Names 


M076 


Plate 


D685 


Placenta 


H373 


— Glass 


Dgga 


Placentalia 


F720 


— Marks 


D686 


Placer Mining 


D622 


Platen Presses 


M843 


Placoids 


F420 


Platinotype 


A774 


Placophora 


F205 


Platinum 


D486 


Plagiarism 


M102 


Plato 


J321 


Plague 


H539 


Platonic Love 


G054 


— Bubonic 


H540 


Platonists 


J321, J331 


Plagues 


G312 


Piatt Deutsch 


M502 


Plains 


D093 


Platyhelminthes 


F131 


Plain Song 


C570 


Platyrrhinse 


F981 


Plane Earth 


D004 


Play 


H900 


— Geometry 


A505 


Playing Cards 


H916 


— Inclined 


B038 


Plays 


N201 


Planes 


B154 


Pleadings 


L538 


Planetarism 


C900 . 167 


Pleasiure 


J214 


Planetary System 


C900 


Plectognathi 


F469 


Plane Trees 


E585 


Plectral Instruments 


(Music) C620 


— Trigonoitietry 


A531 


Pleiocene Period 


D353 


Planets 


C900-2 


Pleistocene Age 


D354 


Planimetry 


D020 


Plesiosauria 


F502 


Planing Machinery 


B138 


Pleura 


G953 


Planishing 


B129 


Pleurisy 


G954 


Planisphere 


C820.167 


Pleurodynia 


G955 


Plankton 


E156 


Pleuro-Pneumonia 


G957 


Planning 


L133 


Plexuses 


G798 


— Architecture 


B301 


Plinths 


B368 


Plans. See Subjects 




Plock 


S187 


Plantagenets 


U340 


Plotinus 


J328 


Plantaginaceae 


E912 


Plots 


O093 


Plantaginals 


E911 


— (Literary) 


N 


Plantains 


E416 


Ploughing 


loio-ii 


Plantations 


I254 


Ploughman 


I012 


Plantation Songs 


C591 


Ploughs 


loio 


Plant Distribution 


E167 


Plovers 


F654 


Planting 


I022 


Plows 


loio 


Plant Lice 


F353 


Plumage Birds 


F602 


Plants 


Eioo 


Plumbaginacese 


E835 


Plant Studies 


A641 


Plumbago 


D497 


— Worship 


J456 


Plumbing 


D47I 


Plasma 


y H004 


Plums 


E603 


Plaster 


B307 


Plumstead 


U953 


— Casts 


A793 


Plurality of Worlds 


C803 


Plasterers 


B341 


Plural Offices 


LI43 


Plastering 


B340 


Plush 


I462 



376 



Plu-Pol 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Pol-Pom 



Plutocracy Lioi 

Plutonic Rocks D363 

Plymouth U699 

— Brethren K966 
Pneumatic Despatch B644 

— Engines D251 
Pneumatics D201 
Pneumatology J 150 
Pneumonia G951 
Poachers H822 
Poaching H822 
Pocket-picking L632 
Podocarpeae E324 
Podolia S097 
Podophthalmia F262 
Podostemaceae E571 
Pods E145 
Poetical Books (Bible) K145 
Poetry Nioq. 
Poets X056 

— Individual N150 
Pointers (Dogs) F931 
Poisoning G455-58 
Poisons G450-54 
Poitiers R276 
Poitou R270 
Poker (Game) H923 
Poker-work A685 
Pola S392 
Polabian Lang. M477 
Polaccas C484 
Poland S150 

— Partition of S177 

— Prussian S736, S740 
Polariscope C109 
Polarization C109 
Polar Regions W900 
Polemoniacese E864 
Police, Civil L650 
Police Courts L653 
Policemen L655 
Police, Military B879 

— Supervision L676 
Policies, Insurance L985 
Polishes A704 
Polishing A704 

— French A705 

— Machinery B142 
Polish Lang, and Liter. M480-81 
Politeness J 259 



Political Economy Lioo 

— Parties L250 

— Science L200 
Politicians X044 
Politics L250, etc. 

— International L256 

Polity, Ecclesiastical J 800 

Polkas C485 

Polk, J. K. (U. S.) W127 

Pollen E120 

PoUination E120 

Polling L284 

Poll Tax L908 

Pollution B270-72 

Polo H768 

Polonaises (Music) C486 

Polska S150 

Poltava Sioi 

Polyandry G071 

Polychaetae F150 

Polycladidea F133 

Polyedrons A506 

Polygalacese E667 

Polygamy G070 

Polyglot Bibles K116 

— New Testaments K202 

— Old Testaments K122 
Polyglots (Lang.) M052 
Polygonaceae E490 
Polygonales E489 
Polygoneutic Variations E012 
Polygons A505 
Polvgraphy A001-3 
Polyhedra A506 
Polymorphic Variations E012 
Polymorphism D401 
Polvnesia Pioo 
Polynesian Lang. M370 
Polyps F120 
Polypus G862 
Polystomiae F137 
Polytheism J43i 
Polyzoa F163 
Pomegranates E778 
Pomerania S730 
Pomes E149 
Pommern S730 
Pomology E593 
Pompeii Q916 
Pompeius Q527 



377 



Pon-Por 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Por-Pot 



Pondichery 


P85T 


Port of Spain 


W691 


Ponies 


F824 


Porto Maurizio 


Q845 


Pontederiacese 


E383 


Porto Rico 


W654 


Pontefract 


U464 


Port Philip 


-P066 


Pontifical Orders 


X157 


Portrait Painting 


A634 


— States 


Q650 


Portrait? 


X210 


Pontificate 


K610, Q651 


Portrush 


U063 


Pontovedra 


R705 


Ports 


B734 


Pontus 


Q125 


Port Said 


O459 


Poodles 


F942 


Portsmouth 


U772 


Poole 


U685 


Portugal 


R800 


Pool (Game) 


H913 


— and Spain 


R970 


Poona 


P840 


— Counts of 


R802 


Poor 


L070 


Portuguese East Africa 


O780 


— Houses 


L074 


— Guinea 


O885 


— Law Guardians 


L075 


— Language 


M447 


Poperinghe 


T326 


— Literature 


M44& 


Popery 


K610 


— Orders 


X172 


Popes 


Q651 


— West Africa 


O660 


Poplar 


U945 


Portulacacese 


E504 


Poplars 


E445 


Port Wine 


1866 


Poplin 


I442 


Posen 


S736 


Poppies 


E546 


— (Town) 


S737 


Population 


L040 


Positives (Photo.) 


A767 


Porcelain 


D972 


Positivism 


J380 


Porches 


B392 


Posology 


G409 


Porcupines 


F771 


Postage Stamps 


B630. 


Pores (Skin) 


H401 


Postal Union, International B622 


Porifera 


Fioi 


Post Cards 


B626 


Po, River 


Q842 


Posters 


L861 


Pork 


F838 


Post Horn 


C669 


Pornography 


Gioo 


Posting (Travel) 


B607-12 


Porosity 


B006 


Post Marks 


B627 


Porphyrite 


D368 


Postmasters 


B621 


Porphyry 


D368 


Post Mortem Examination G395 


Porpoises 


F895 


Post-Nicene Apostolic Church K401 


Portadown 


U079 


Post Office 


B620-30 


Portalegre 


R941 


Post, Parcel 


B629 


Portal Vein 


H033 


Potamogetonaceae 


E337 


Port Arthur 


P486 


Potash 


D737 


Port-au-Prince 


W650 


Potassium 


D431 


Port Elizabeth 


O763 


Potatoes 


E887 


Portents 


J552 


Potenza 


Q945 


Porters 


B616 


Potosi 


W775 


Port Glasgow 


V308 


Potpourris (Music) 


C454 


Porticos 


B392 


Pots 


D649 


Portland (Me.) 


W203 


Potsdam 


S724 


- (Ore.) 


W467 


Potteries 


.D976 


Port Natal 


O751 


— (Staffordshire) 


U592 


Porto 


R904 


Potters' Clays 


D966 



378 



Pot-Pre 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Pre-Pri 



Potter's Wheel 
Pottery 

— Marks 
Poulterers 
Poultry 
Poverty 
Powder 

Powders (Pharmacy) 
Power 

— Balance of 

— (Electric) 
Pox, Chicken 

— Cow 

— Small 
Practices, Corrupt 
Prague 

Praha 

Prairie Dogs 

Prairies 

Prakrit Language 

Praseodymium 

Prayer 



D968 
D965 
D986 
I894 
F622 
L070 
D917 
G430 
B036 
L258 
C056 
H534 
H533 
H530 

L554 
S360 
S360 
.F756 
D093 
M259 
D449 
J633 



— Books receive Church 

plus Categorical No. 
.685 

— Meetings J 875 

— of Manasseh K253 
Prayers, Family J 637 
Praying Wheels J 636 
Preaching J 651 

— Lay J652 
Pre-Adamite Man G005 
Pre-Adamites G005 
Precedency Xioi 
Precedents (Law) L543 
Precentors -J 935 
Precession C830 
Precious Stones D510-36 
Precipitation D708 
Precis Writing M162 
Predestination (Christ. Theol.) K350 

— (Theol.) J407 

Predictions J 550 

Prefaces M105 

Prefects L365 

Prefixes M061 

Pregnancy H371 

— Concealment of L565 
Prehistoric Antiquities O105 

— Man G004 



Prelacy J 830 

Preludes (Music) C455 

Premature Birth H382 

Premislas Si 54 

Premium, Insurance L984 

Preordination K350 

Prepositions M033 

Prepuce H333 

Pre-Raphaelitism A675 

Presages j55o 

Presbyterian Churches K900 

— Church of America K930 
. — — England K290 

— — Ireland K925 
Presbyterians K900 
Presbyteries J 822 
Presbytery J 822 
Prescriptions G409 
Preserves I881 



Preserving 
Presidents of U.S.A. 

— U. S. (Office) 
Press 
Pressburg 
Press-gang 
Pressing Machinery 
Press, Liberty of 
Pressure Gauges 
Press Work 
Prestidigitation 
Preston 
Pretoria 
Preussen 

Preventive Medicine 
Priapuloidea 
Priapusmus 
Price Lists (General) 
Prices 

Prickly Pears 
Pride 

Priesthood 
Priests 

Primaeval Man 
Primary Colours 
Primates 
Prime Ministers 

— Movers 

— Numbers 
Primers 



I881, I924 

W115 

L328 

M121-32 

S451 
B780 
B124 
M130 
C276 
M840 
H952 
U506 
O728 
S700 
' H623 
F158 

H335 

L814 
L810 
E766 

J235 
J890 
J890, J901 
G004 
C129 
F980 

L317 
Bin 

A407 
M080 



Primitive (Christian) Church K401 



379 



Prl-Pro 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Pro-Pro 



Primitive Language 


M002 


Processions 


— Methodists 


K836 


Process (Law) 


— Society 


Looi 


— Printing 


— Wesleyans 


K836 


Proclamations 


Primogeniture 


L783 


Procuration 


Primorskaya 


S285 


Procurators 


Primrose League 


L251-6 


Production 


Primroses 


E831 


Profane Oaths 


Primulacese 


E829 


Profanity 


Primulales 


E827 


Professions 


Primulas 


E830 


Professors 


Prince Edward Island 


W064 


Profit and Loss 


Princes 


X103 


— Sharing 


Principe Island 


O805 


Prognosis 


Principes 


E361 


Prognostications 


Princites 


K963 


Progression 


Printers 


M857 


Progressive Friends 


Printers' Marks 


M798 


— Whist 


Printing Letterpress 


M800-57 


Prohibited Books 


— Photographic 


A767-77 


Prohibition (Economics) 


— Presses 


M841-44 


Projectiles 


Prints. Arrange by Subj 


;cts 


Projection 


Prioresses 


J924 


Prolapsus Ani 


Priories 


J 860 


— Funis 


Priors 


J923 


Promissory Notes 


Prisms 


Clio 


Promotion, Company 


Prisoners 


L516 


Pronouns 


— of War 


B986 


Pronunciation 


— Rescue of 


L557 


Proof 


Prisons 


L661 


— Reading 


Privas 


R343 


Propagation (Biol.) 


Privateering 


B761 


Propellers B( 


Private Schools 


A166 


Property 


Privates (Soldiers) 


B867 


— House 


Private Worship 


J 629 


— Land 


Privet 


E848 


— Offences against 


Privilegium Clericale 


J950 


— Private 


Privy Council 


L315 


— Public 


Prize Fighting 


H729 


— Real 


Prizes (Educ.) 


A142 


• Prophecies 


Probabilities 


A439 


Prophecy 


Probate Court 


L457 


Prophetical Books (Bible) 


— (Wills) 


L789 


Proportional Representation 


Probationers 


J914 


Proportion (Arith) A415 


Problems. Arrange by 


Sub- 


Propositions (Logic) 


jects 




Proscription 


Proboscidia 


F880 


Prosecution, Malicious 


Procedure (Law Courts) 


L466 


Proselytism 


— (Meetings) 


L032 


Prosimiae 


— (Parliament) 


L302 


Prosobranchiata 



0090 

L540 
A742 
0087 

G096 

L479 

LI02 

L56I 

J245 
LI30 

AI8I 
A478 

LII7 

G345 
J550 

A435 
K8I5 
H9I9 
MI34 

L9I5 
B9I4 

A5II 

HI82 

H352 

L842 
L825 

M034 
M0I8 
L520 

M837 

Eo6q 

B687-88 

L710 

L715 
L717 
L630 

L713 
L711 
L714 

J550 
K276 
K152 

L265 

A435 
A301 
L426 

L578 
J876 
F970 
F221 



380 



Pro-Psa 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Psa-Pul 



Prosody 


N130 


Psaltery 


C630 


Prospecting 


D621 


Pseudepigrapha 


K26o. 


Prospectuses 


L864 


Pseudo-diseases 


G378. 


Prostate 


H315 


Pseudo-Gospels 


K26r 


Prostatitis 


H316 


Pseudomorphs 


D4or 


Prostitution 


G094-99 


Pseudoneuroptera 


F305 


Proteacese 


E475 


Pseudonyms 


M114 


Proteales 


E474 


Pseudoscorpii 


F284 


Protection (Biol.) 


E075 


Pskov 


S063: 


— (Economics) 


L913 


Psoriasis 


H432 


Protectorate 


7555 


Psychiatry 


G775 


Proteids 


D876 


Psychical Research 


J590 


Protestant Churches 


K701, etc. 


Psychology 


J150 


— Councils 


K701 


Psychomancy 


J554 


Protestant Episcopal Church K785 


Psychophysics 


Joio 


Protestantism 


K700 


Psychrometry 


D214 


Protestant Methodist Church K481 


Pteridophyta 


E280 


Protococcoidese 


E227 


Pterodactylia 


F580 


Protocols 


L429 


Ptolemy I.-VIIL (Egypt) 


0426- 


Protoconchiae 


F208 


— IX. — 


O428 


Protophyta 


E210 


Ptosis 


G834 


Protoplasm 


E004 


Ptyahsm 


Hii9- 


Protozoa 


F050 


Puberty 


G021 


Proven9al Lang, and Liter. M437-8 


Public 


L020 


Provence 


R360 


— Health 


H621 


Proverbs (Bible) 


K149 


— Houses 


I877 


— (Literature) 


N330 


— Meetings 


L031 


Providence (R. I.) 


W231 


— Opinion 


L029 


— (Theol.) 


J400 


— Schools 


A158. 


Provinces 


L364 


— Works Boards 


B295 


Provincialisms 


M054 


— Worship 


J612 


Provision Trade 


I891 


Publishers 


X052 


Provosts 


L391 


Publishing 


M895 


Prudence 


J271 


Publius (Rome) 


Q549 


Prunes 


E604 


Puddings 


I922 


Pruning 


I222 


Pudding Stone 


D351 


Prunus 


E601 


Pudsey 


U465 


Pruritus 


H431 


Puebla 


W545 


Prussia 


S700 


Pueblo Lang. 


M620 


— Dukes of 


S702 


Puerperal Fever 


H383 


— East 


S715 


Puerto Rico 


W654 


Prussian, Old, Lang. 


M484 


Pug Dogs 


F942 


Prussia, West 


S719 


Pugilism 


H729 


Prussic Acid 


D858 


Pugilists 


H730 


Psalmody (Music) 


C560 


Pukhtu Lang. 


M289 


— (Texts) 


J641 


Pulley 


B039 


Psalms (Bible) 


K147 


Pulmonary A'rtery 


H021 


— Metrical 


K148 


— Disease 


G950-2 


— (Music) 


C560 


Pulmonata 


F229 


Psalters 


J641 


Pulpits 


B422 



381 



Pul-Put 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Put-Qua 



Pulse 


G322 


Putty 


D950 


Pumas 


F961 


Puy de Dome 


R561 


Pumice Stone 


D365 


Puzzles 


H955 


Pumpkins 


E936 


Pwllheli 


U238 


Pumps 


D176 


Pyaemia 


H546 


— Air 


D258 


Pycnogonida 


F295 


Punch and Judy 


N222 


Pygmies 


G369 


Punches, Printing 


M804 


Pylorus 


H133 


Punchiniello 


N222 


Pyramids 


O456 


Punching Machinery 


B128 


Pyrenees 


R319 


Punctuation 


M017 


Pyrenees-Orientales 


R333 


Punicacese 


E777 


Pyrenomycetes 


E259 


Punic Lang. 


M238 


Pyrites 


D499 


— Wars 


Q524 


Pyrogallic Acid 


D863 


Punishment (Penology) 


L660 


Pyrolaceae 


E816 


— Capital 


L665 


Pyrometers 


C252 


— Eternal (Chris. Theol.) K366 


Pyrometry 


C251 


Punishments (Educ.) 


A148 


Pyrosis 


H143 


— Eternal 


J417 


Pyrotechnics 


D916 


Punjab 


P826 


Pyrrhonism 


J328 


— States 


P760 


Pyrus 


E588 


Punning 


N323 


Pythagoreanism 


J313 


Puns 


N323 


Pythons 


F552 


Punts and Punting 


B677 






Pupa 


E068 


Quackery 


G564 


Pupianus 


Q557 


Quadrant C800 . 167 


Pupils 


A146 


Quadrature 


A508 


Pupil Teachers 


A155 


Quadric Surfaces 


A502 


Puppet Shows 


N222 


Quadrilaterals 


A505 


Purana 


K030 


Quadrilles 


C487 


Purchase 


L837 


Quadrumana 


F980 


— Hire 


L838 


Quadrupeds 


F700 


Purgatives 


H191 


Quaggas 


F832 


Purgatories (Theol.) 


J414 


Quakers 


K815 


Purgatory 


K363 


Qualitative Analysis 


D731 


Purification of Virgin 


J704 


Quantics 


A437 


Puritanism 


K801 


Quantitative Analysis 


D732 


Puritans 


K801 


Quantities (Arch.) 


B308 


Purple Loostrife 


E775 


Quantity (Poetry) 


N134 


Purpura 


H433 


— Theory of Money 


L885 


Pursers 


B773 


Quarantine 


B733 


Purses 


I756 


Quarries 


D638 


Pursuivants 


X088 


Quarrying 


D638 


Purvamimarisa 


J310 


Quartermasters 


B865 


Pus 


G336 


Quartets (Instrumental) 


C766 


Puseyites 


K761 


— (Vocal) 


C583 


Pushball 


H781 


Quartier Latin 


R508 


Pustulants 


H444 


Quartz 


D500 


Putney 


U970 


Quartzite 


D381 


Putrefaction 


E056 


Quassia 


E657 



382 



Qua-Rad 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Rad-Rat 



Quaternary Age D354 

Quaternions A523 

Quays B247 

Quebec (City) W059 

— (Province) W057 

Queen Anne Archit. B480 

Queen Anne's Bounty K752 

Queenborough U815 

Queens X043 

Queen's County U138 

Queensferry V323 

Queensland P040 

Queenstown U184 

Queretaro W539 

Quiberon R262 

Quietists K656 

Quiinaceae E732 

Quinine E915 

Quinones D840 

Quinsy G924 

Quintillius Q566 

Quito W752 

Quoits H776 

Quotations N335 

Rabat O342 

Rabbinism K005 

Rabbits F753 

Rabies H586 

Raccoons F904 

Race Courses F815 

— Horses F820 

— Improvement G036 

— Meetings F816 
Races G000-012 
Racial Crossing G044 

— Questions G043 

Racing (Dog) F944 

— (Horse) F814 
Rack L672 
Raconteiurs N315 
Racquets H765 
Radiant Energy B015 
Radiata F170 
Radiation B015 
Radical Party L253 
Radio-Activity B016 
Radiolaria F055 
Radium D464 
Radius (Bones) G616 



Radnor U266 

Radom S193 

Rafflesiacese E487 

Rafts B679 

Ragged Schools A168 

Ragusa S395 
Railroads. See Railways 

Rails (Birds) F651 

— (Railways) B503 
Railway Administration B530 

— Engineering B500 
Railways B501 

— State B531 
Rain D211 
Rainbows D204 
Rainer I.-HI. (Monaco) R581 
Rainless Regions D094 
Raisins E708 
Rajputana P715 
Raleigh W309 
Rampur P751 
Rams, Battering B943 
Ramsgate U814 
Rams (Hydraulics) D173 
Ranales E509 
Rand O730 
Rangoon P803 
Rank Xioi 
Ransom B987 
Ranunculacese E523 
Raoul (France) R031 
Rapateaceae , E379 
Rape (Crime) L620 

— (Plant) E555 
Raptores F685 
Rarities, Book M763 

— (Bric-a-brac) A809 
Rasores F614 
Raspberries E595 
Ratafia I848 
Rat Catching F763 
Rates, Church J 846 

— Railway B535 

— (Shipping) B735 
Rathlin U064 
Rating L388 
Ratio A415 
Rational Dress I607 
Rationalism J430 
Ratisbon S961 



383 



Rat-Rec 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Rec-Rei 



Ratitae 


F606 


Rats 


F762-4 


Rattlesnakes 


F561 


Ravenna 


Q839 


Ravens 


F673 


Rawtenstall 


U508 


Rays, Light 


C102 


Rays (Zool.) 


FA27 


Razors 


H645 


Reading (Berks.) 


U73.5 


- (Pa.) 


W265 


Reading (Book) 


M954 


— (Lang.) 


M041 


— (Press) 


M837 


— Rooms 


M967 


Ready-Reckoners 


A400 . 102 



Arithmetic A401 . 102 

Reagents (Chem.) D730 

Reahsm J 112 

Reality J 003 

Real Presence J615 

Real Property L714 

Reaping I023 

— Machines I024 
Reason J 008 

— • in Animals F002 

Reasoning A303 

Rebec C604 

Rebellions O091 

Rebuses H956 

Receipts Aoio 

Receivers, Telegraph B633 

Receiving Stolen Goods L638 

Recent Period (Geol.) D356 

Recipes Agio 

Reciprocity L918 

Recitation M181 

Recitative (Music) C504 
Reclamation of Waste Lands I006 

Recluses K502 

Reconnaissance B955 

Reconnoitering B955 

Recorder C682 

Record Offices M704 

Records (Diplomatic) M603 

— (Statistics) A461 
Recreation H900 . 536 
Recreative Arts H900 
Recruiting B868 
Rectilinear Motion B027 



Rectors Jgi2 

Rectum H178 

Red (Colour) C121 

— Eagle, Order X152 

Redemption K344 

Redemptorists KS27 

Red Sea O460 

Red Tape L144 

Reduplication (Lang.) Mo6(> 

Redwood E319 

Reed Wind Instruments C690 

Ree, Lough U102 

Reels C488 

Refectories B417 

Reference Libraries M969 

Refining D606 

Reflection C105 

Reformation Q020 

Reformatories L663 
Reformed Episcopal Church Kg67 

— Presbyterian Church K903 
Refraction C106 

— Errors of (Eye) G822 
Refrigerants H187 
Refrigerating Machinery C246 
Refuse B274 
Regal C716 
Regalia I651 
Regattas B682 
Regeneration K346 
Regensburg S961 
Reggio di Calabria Q946 
Reggio Emilia Q840 
Regimental History (British) B845 
Regiments B843-45 
Regional Anatomy G202 
Registers, Family X203 

— Life X204 

— School A145 
Registrars L046 
Registration of Voters L275 

— (Population) L045-SI 

Regular Clergy J 920 

Regulations L146 

Reichenberg S367 

Reichstag (Austria) L339 

— (Germany) L33S 
Reid (Philos.) J3S3 
Reigate U83S 
Reign of Terror R102 



3S4 



SeiJtep 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Sep-Rev 



iReims 

Reincarnation 
Reindeer 
Relapsing Fever 
Relationships 
Relevancy (Evidence) 
Relics 

Relief, Bas- (Sculpture) 
Relief, Church 
Religion 
• — and Philosophy 

— and Science 

— Comparative 
Religions 

Religion, Universal 
Religious Associations 

— Tests 
Remarkable Characters 
Remittent Fevers 
Remonstrants 
Removal of Unfit 
Removals 
Renaissance 

— Archit. 

Renal Calculus 

— Ducts 
Rene de Nassau 
Renfrew 
Renfrewshire 
Rennes 
Rent 
Rents 

— Ground 

— Peppercorn 

— Pew 
Repentance 
Reporting 

Reports (Parliamentary) 
Repousse Work 
Reppresencione 

Representation (Pariiament) L264 
Representative Government L244 
Representatives, Chambre de L344 

— House of L326 

Reproduction (Biol.) E060-71 

— (Human) H300 

Reproductive Organs (Human) H300 
Reptiles F500 

Reptilia F500 

Republicanism L234 



R396 

JiS7 
F846 

H515 
G080 

L519 
J980 

A801 
K910 
J450 
J 000 
J432 
J451 
J453-470 
J452 
K980 
A107 
X073 
H512 
K745 

G377 
B614 

Q018 

B475 
H203 
H207 
T012 
V306 

V305 
R254 

L754 
L754 
L754 
L755 
J847 
K345 

Ml2o 

L308 
D672 

N2I6 



Republic, ist France Rioo 

— 2nd — Jiii6 

— 3rd — R130 
Repulsion B014 
Requiem Masses C556 
Reredos B421 
Rescue of Prisoners L557 
Research A90J 
Resedacese E560 
Reserve Fund L943 
Reservoirs D145 
Residences B430 
Residual Calculus A520 
Resins D955 
Resolutions L035 
Resonators C303 . 167 
Respiration, Artificial G937 

— (Biol.) E026 

Respiratory Organs G900 

Responsibihty E137 

Restaurants I984 

Restionaceae E374 

Restoration (Brit. Hist.) V357 

— (Buildings) B447 

— (Pictures, etc.) A806 
Rest (Therapeutics) G539 
Results A461 
Resurrection K311 
Resurrectionists G241 
Retail Trading L855 
Retaliation (Tariff) L917 
Retford, East U574 
Reticularia F057 
Retina G802 
Retouching Plates (Photo.) A765 
Retribution J 4^7 
Retrievers (Dogs) F932 
Return Tickets (Rail) B538 
Reunion O580 
Reuss-Greiz (Old Line) S880 
Reuss-Schleiz (Younger Line) S883 
Reval R085 
Revelation (New Test.) K230 
Revenge J 230 
Revenue L923 

— Stamps B624 
Reversi H940 
Reviews A052 
Revivals J871 
Revolution, French R090 



385 



IB 



Bev-Rhy 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Ria-Rit 



Revolutions 

Revolution, 1688 

Revolvers 

Rewa 

Rewards (Educ.) 

— (Theol.) 
Rhabdocselida 
Rhsetia 
Rhaetian Alps 
Rhamnaceae 
Rhamnales 
Rhapalocera 
Rhea Fibre 
Rheas 
Rheinland 
Rheinpfalz 
Rhenish Bavaria 

— Language 

— Prussia 
Rhetoric 

Rheumatic Fever 
Rheumatism 
Rhine 

— Counts Palatine 
Rhinoceros 
Rhinology 
Rhizocarps 
Rhizocephala 
Rhizophoracese 
Rhizopoda 

Rhode Island 

Rhodes 

Rhodesia 

Rhodium 

Rhododendrons 

Rhoeadales 

Rhondda 

Rhone, Bouches-du- 

— (Dept.) 

— River 
Rhubarb 
Rhyme 

Rhymes, Nursery 
RhynchobdeUidse 
Rhynchocephalia 
Rhynchophora 
Rhynchota 
Rhyolite 
Rhythm (Music) 

— (Poetry) 



O091 

V559 
B922 
P732 
A142 
J413 
F135 
Q006 

S379 
E704 

E703 

F387 

E473 
F609 
S770 

S957 
S957 
M566 
S770 
M170 
H562 
H562 
S782 
S958 
F803 
G860 
E290 
F259 
E781 
F051 
W230 

Q137 
O721 
D488 
E819 

E545 
U264 

R371 
R571 
R372 

E491 
N132 
N123 
F162 
F510 

F331 
F350 
D362 
C423 
N133 



Riasan 


S073 


Ribble, River 


U507 


Ribs 


G6ia 


Rice 


E350 


Richard I. (England) 


U343 


— II. — 


U349 


— III. — 


U359 


— of Cornwall 


S637 


Richmond (Surrey) 


U836 


- (Va.) 


W302 


— (Yorks.) 


U463 


Rickets 


H560 


Ricks 


I027 


Rickshaws 


B559 


Riddles 


H956 


Ridicule 


J283 


Riding 


F814 


Ridings (Yorks.) U440, 


445, 450 


Rifle Rangers 


B920 


Rifles 


B918 


Riga 


S083 


Rigadouns 


C489 


Rigging 


B661 


Right 


J202 


Righteousness 


K348 


Right of Way 


L745 


Rights, Civic 


L022 


Rigidity 


B052 


Rigors 


G33I 


Rigsdag (Denmark) 


L352 


Rigveda 


K023 


Rimini 


Q84I 


Rinderpest 


I12O 


Ringed Worms 


F148 


Ring Games 


H975 


Ringkjobing 


T557 


Rings 


I654 


Ringworm 


H433 


Rio de Janeiro 


W74I 


Rio Grande do Norte 


W742 


Rio Grande do Sul 


W743 


Rioja 


W807 


Rio Muni 


O680 


Riots 


L559 


Riparian Rights 


L723 


Ripon, Marquis of (India) 


P676 


— (Yorks.) 


U466 


Risks (Insurance) 


L987 


Rites 


J61O 


Ritual 


J6I0- 



386 



Rit-Rom 



Ritualists 


K760 


River Angling 


I745 


Rivers 


D131 


Riveting 


D674 


Rivets 


D674 


Riviera 


Q846 


Road Carriages 


B570 


Roads 


B208 


Roadsters (Horses) 


F822 


Robbers (Biog.) 


X042 


Robbery 


L634-36 


Robert I. (France) 


R030 


— II. — 


R043 


— I. (Scotland) 


V023 


— II. — 


V026 


— III. — 


V027 


Robin Redbreasts 


F669 


Rochdale 


U509 


Rocheforte 


R283 


— (Belgium) 


T353 


Rochester (Kent) 


U816 


- (N. Y.) 


W247 


Rock Climbing 


H734 


— Gardens 


I237 


Rocks 


D360-89 


Rocky Mountains 


W417 


Rococo Archit. 


B488 


Rodentia 


F750 


Rodent Ulcers 


H554 


Roderic O'Connor 


Uoiq 


Roderic the Great (Wales) U203 


Roderic (Wales) 


U202 


Rodez 


R304 


Rod Fishing 


I723 


Rodolph. See Rudolf 




Rodrigo (Spain) 


R603 


Rodriguez 


0556 


Rods, Fishing 


I738 


RoUing Contacts 


B102 


— Machinery 


B146 


— Stock 


B507 


Roma 


Q900 


Roman Catholic Church 


K601 


Romances 


Nooi 


Roman Empire 


Q510 


— Holy 


S610 


Romanesque Archit. 


B463 


Roman Forts 


B976 


Romanic Lang. 


M430 


Romanism 


K601 



CATION. 


Rom-Rot 


Roman Law 


L440 


— Numerals 


A404 


Romanof, House of 


S035. 


Roman Script 


M723, 


Romans (New Test.) 


K214. 


Romanticism 


J 108. 


Roman Type 


M810 


Romanus I. (Byz.) 


Q328 


— II. — 


Q32» 


— III. — 


Q329 


Romany Lang, and Liter. 


M590' 


Rome 


Q900. 


— Councils K47; 


3-75, 481 


Romish Church 


K6or 


Rommany 


M590 


Romney U8i7-(U823) 


Romsdal 


T719 


Romsey 


U773. 


Romulus (Byz.) 


Q5I3^ 


— (West Emp.) 


Q606 


Rondane 


T708.. 


Rontgen Rays 


C102. 


Roofs 


B329, 


Rooks 


F672. 


Roosevelt, T. (U. S.) 


W141 


Roots 


E104 


Rope 


I426 


— ■ Gearing 


B16S 


Rosa 


E6oo- 


Rosaceae 


E586. 


Rosales 


E570' 


Rosaries 


J635. 


Roscommon Co. 


Uioo- 


— (Town) 


Uioi 


Rose (Erysipelas) 


H550 


Rosemary 


E873 


Roses 


E6oO' 


— Wars of the 


U351 


Rosetta Stone 


M71S 


Rosicrucians 


K061 


Ross 


V131 


— and Cromarty 


V130. 


Rossiya 


Sooo 


Rostock 


S8i7- 


Rostov 


S109, 


Rostrevor 


Uo86' 


Rotation of Crops 


I014 


— of Earth 


D031 


Rotatoria 


F141 


Rotheln 


H524. 



387 



Mot^ug 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Hul-Rye 



Rotherham 


U467 


Rule of Road (Driving) 


B612 


Rotherhithe 


U959 


- - (Sea) 


B703 


Rothesay 


Vzzi 


Rulers. See Names of Countries 


Rotifera 


F141 


Rules (Business) 


L146 


Rotterdam 


Tr8i 


— (Debate) 


L034 


Roubaix 


R207 


— (Measures) 


. A456 


Rouen 


R234 


Ruling 


M822 


iRoTige-et-noir 


H947 


Rum 


I«34 


Rough-casting 


B316 


Rumania 


Q450 


Roulette 


H944 


Rumanian Patriarchate 


K442 


iRoumania 


Q430 


Rumelia 


Q105 


RoumeUa 


Q105 


— Eastern 


Q490 


Round Card Games 


H933 


Rumesh Lang. 


M451 


Rounders 


H757 


Ruminantia 


F841 


Soundheads 


V532 


Runes 


M716 


Rounds (Music) 


C584 


Runic Inscriptions 


M716 


Round Table, Knights 


X121 


Running 


H722 


Round Worms 


F144 


— Powers (RaU.) 


B541 


Rousillon 


R330 


Rupert (H.R.E.) 


S649 


Route Maps (Military) 


B959 


Ruprecht (H.R.E.) 


S649 


Routes 


B208 


Ruptures 


H574 


Rovigo 


Q822 


Rural CouncUs 


L374 


Rowans 


E589 


— Depopulation 


Lo6s 


Rowing 


B708 


— Districts 


L382 


^Roxburgh 


V380 


— Life 


L064 


Royal Courts 


L215 


— Sanitation 


B252 


— Red Cross Order 


X137 


Rurik (Russia) 


S004 


Royalty 


L206 


Rushes 


E387 


Rubber 


I701-2 


Russia 


Sooo 


— Stamps 


! M828 


— Great 


S051 


Rubefacients 


H442 


— in-Asia 


S250 


Rubella 


H527 


— in-Europe 


S050 


Rubiacese 


E914 


— Little 


S098 


Rubiales 


E913 


Russian America 


W480 


Rubidium 


D434 


— Church 


K44S 


Rubies 


D515 


— Lang, and Liter. 


M471-2 


Rubrics 


K750.685 


— Orders of Knighthood X1S9 


Rubus 


E594 


— Painting 


A664 


Rudolf I. (H.R.E.) 


S639 


Russia, South 


S105 


— II. (Aust.) 


S315 


— West 


S089 


— III. — 


S316 


Rust 


D658 


— IV. — 


S318 


Rusticated Work (Archit.) 


6317 


— (Hungary) 


S421 


Rutaceae 


E648 


Rudolf, Lake 


O537 


Ruth 


K138 


Rudolstadt 


S852 


Ruthenium 


D487 


Rue 


E649 


Rutherglen 


V316 


Rugby Football 


H780 


Ruthin 


U242 


Riigen 


S733 


Rutland 


U627 


Rugosa 


F120 


Ryde 


U779 


Rugs 


I450 


Rye (Grain) 


E353 



388 



Bya-Sai 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Sai-Saii 



Rye (Sussex) 


U796 


SaiUng 


B695 






— 


Directions 


B696. 


Sab^ism 


J 455 


— 


Lines (Ships) 


B722 


Sabbatarians (Baptist) 


K8©2 


Sail-Making 


B663, 


Sabbath 


J 760 


Sailors 


>' Homes 


B778 


— ■ Christian 


J761 


Sailors 


5, Mercantile 


B776 


— Jewish 


J763 


— 


Naval 


B776 


Sabellians 


K414 


Sainfoin 


E617 


Sabiaceae 


E70O 


Saint Albans 


U763 


Sabines 


QSQ3 


— 


Andrew's 


V2g3 


Sabinianus (Pope) 


Q663 


— 


Anthony's Fire 


H550 


Sables 


F908 


— 


Asaph 


U246 


Sabots 


I764 


— 


Bartholomew Island 


W669 


Sac and Fox (Indians) 


W084 


— 


Bartholomew's Day 


R075 


Saccharine 


D871 


— 


Bernard Dogs 


F936 


Sacerdotalism 


J893 


— 


Brieuc 


R256 


Sachsen 


S745 


— 


Catherine, Order 


X160 


— -Altenburg 


S870 


— 


Croix Island 


W67Q 


— -Coburg-Gotha 


S861 


— 


David's 


U271 


— Konigneich 


Sg8o 


— 


Denia 


R485 


— -Meiningen 


S875 


— 


Etienne 


R575 


— -Weimar 


S863 


— - 


GaU 


S547 


Sackbut 


C660 


— 


— (Ptqv.) 


S547 


Sacral Nerves 


G706 


— 


— (Town) 


S548 


Sacramento 


W4611 


— 


George, Bloomsbury 


U923 


Sacraments 


J613 


— 


— Hanover Square U910 


Sacred Books 


J6or 


— 


— -in-the-East 


U941 


— Congregation 


K613 


— 


— Order 


X150 


— Duets 


C573 


— 


— -the-MartjTT 


U964 


— Music 


C350 


— 


Giles (London) 


U922 


— Solos 


C572 


— 


Helena 


O960 


Sacrifice (Christ) 


K310 


— 


Helen's 


U510 


Sacrifices 


J465 


— 


Hubert (Belgium) 


T347 


Sacrilege 


J764 


— 


— Order 


X149 


Sacristan 


J937 


— 


Ives (Cornwall) 


U715 


Saddlery 


I770 


— 


— (Hunt.) 


U549 


Sadi-Carnot (France) 


R136 


— 


James of Compostello 


} 


Sadness 


J 288 




Order 


X174 


Sado 


^350 


— 


— (Spain) Order 


X177 


Safe Deposits 


L961 


— 


John Island 


W680 


Safes 


L962 


— 


— (N. Bruns.) 


W063 


Saffron Walden 


U856 


— 


— of Jerusalem Order Xigo 


Sagas 


M541 


— 


John's (Newfoundland) W071 


Sage 


E875 


— 


John's Wort 


E739 


Sago 


E365 


— 


Kilda 


V144 


Sahaptin Lang. 


M655 


— 


Kitts Island 


W672 


Sahara 


O490 


— 


Lawrence River 


Wo6x 


Said (Khedive) 


O440 


— 


Louis 


W348: 


Saigon 


P515 


— 


— Order 


X145 


Saikyo 


P336 


— 


Lucia Island 


W663 



389 



Sai-Sal 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Sal-San 



Saint Luke (London) U934 

— Malo R253 

— Martin-in-Fields U909 

— Marylebone U913 

— Michael & George, Ord. X126 



— — Order 


X146 


— Michel (Finland) 


S207 


— Olave (London) 


U960 


Saintonge 


R280 


Saint Pancras 


U915 


— Patrick, Order 


X124 


— Paul de Loanda 


O661 


— Paul (Min.) 


W381 


— Paul's Cathedral 


U927 


— Petersburg (City) 


S087 


— — (Govt.) 


S086 


Saints 


K404 


Saint Saviour (London) 


U963 


Saints' Days 


J750 


Saint Sepulchre (London) 


U933 


— Simonism 


L236 


— Stanislas, Order 


X162 


— Stephen, Order 


X140 


— Thomas Island 


W678 


— Valentine's Day 


J706 


— Vincent 


Oq.sS 


— — de Paul, Order K544 


— — Island 


W663 


— Vitus's Dance 


G719 


— Vladimir, Order 


X161 


Sais Empire O417, 


419, 421 


Sa'ite Empire O417, 


419, 421 


Sakhalin 


P376 


Sakuramachi 


P312 


— Go- 


P314 


Saladin 


Q271 


Salads 


I915 


Salamanca 


R711 


Salamanders 


F483 


Salaries 


L145 


Sale, BiUs of 


L768 


Salem (Mass.) 


W220 


— (Oregon) 


W466 


Salerno 


Q935 


Sales 


L837 


— Auction 


L840 


Salford 


U500 


Salicacese 


E443 


Salicales 


E442 


Salic Law 


L402 



Salisbury > U741 

Salivary Glands H118 

Sallee O341 

Salmon F444 

Salonica Q106 

Salop U635 

Salpaeformes F406 

Salt D736 

Salta W815 

SaltareUos C492 

Saltash U716 

Salt Lake City W451 

Saltpetre D422 

Salts D736 

Salutations J 218 

Salvadoraceae E850 

Salvador (Cent. Amer.) W610 

Salvage (Shipping) B759 

Salvation Army K968 
Salvation (Christ. Theol.) K340 

— (Theol.) J404 
Salzburg (City) S381 

— (Province) S380 
Samara S130 
Samarcand S260 
Samaria Q218 
Samaritan Lang, and Liter. M239 
Samaritans K006 
Samaveda K024 
Samnites Q502 
Samnium Q502 
Samoa P147 
Samoan Lang. M371 
Samoied Lang. M314 
Samos Q112 
Samphire E806 
Samplers I544 
Samudragupta (India) P603 
Samuel K139 
Sanatoriums G540 
Sancho I. (Portugal) R804 

— II. — R806 
Sanctification K349 
Sanctuary J951 
Sand D391 
Sandals I761 
Sandalwood E481 
Sand Blast D997 
Sandbugs F260 
Sandemanians K916 



390 



San-Sar 



CIASSIFICATION. 



Sar-Sax 



San Domingo 


W653 


Sands 


D391 


Sandstone, Old Red 


D328 


Sandstones 


D371 


Sandwich Islands 


P161 


San Francisco 


W463 


Sanghir Islands 


P23.5 


Sangreal 


K306 


Sanguification (Biol.) 


E025 


— (Human) 


Hooo 


Sanhedrim 


K002 


Sanit. & Municipal Engineering B250 


Sanitary Engineering 


B251 


Sanitation 


B252-55 


Sanjo (Japan) 


P303 


San Jos6 


W622 


— Juan (Argentina) 


W809 


Sankhya 


J 307 


San Luis (Argentina) 


W812 


— — Potosi 


W536 


— Marino 


Q990 


Sannki 


P341 


San Paulo 


W745 


Sanquhar 


V369 


San Salvador 


W612 


Sanskrit Lang, and Lit. 


M257-8 


Santa Catherina 


W744 


— Cruz 


P191 


— Fe (Argentina) 


W804 


(U. S.) 


W441 


Santalaceas 


E480 


Santales 


E476 


Santander 


R719 


Santarem 


R932 


Santiago (Chile) 


W8s2 


Santiago del Estero 


W813 


Santo Domingo 


W651 


Santorin 


Q386 


Saone et Loire 


R545 


Sao Thome Island 


O803 


Sapindaceae 


E698 


Sapindales 


E675 


Sapotacese 


E837 


Sapphires 


D516 


Saprophytes 


E164 


Sarabands 


C490 


Saracens 


Q261 


Saragossa 


R730 


Sarajevo 


S475 


Saratov 


S129 



SaraNva P225 

Sarcophagi H663 

Sarcosporida F085 

Sardanapalus O034 

Sardegna Q95o. 
Sardinia , . Q950, 

Sardinian Lang. M434 

Sardines F448 

Sardis O043 

Sark U993 

Sarmatia Q007 

Sarnen S519 

Sarraceniaceae E564 

Sarraceniales E563 

Sarsaparilla E399 

Sarthe R473 

Sarum U741 

Saskatchewan W036 

Sassafras E542 

Sassanides P935 

Sassari Q960 

Satan K367 

Satellites , C912 

Satin I463 

— Wood . E651 
Satire (Poetry) Niii 

— (Prose) N336 
Saturday D060 
Saturn C908 
Sauces I880 
Saumur ^454 
Saurians F520 
Saururacese E433 
Saururse F604 
Savage Races, Ornaments I660 
Saving L967 

— Life H602 
Savings Banks L959 
Savoie (Dept.) R444 

— (Province) R44Q 
Savoy, Counts of R442 

— (Dept.) R444 

— Dukes of R443 

— (Province) R44Q 
Saw Fishes F426 
Sawing Machinery B140 
Saw Mills I301 
Saws B141 
Saxe-Altenburg S870 

— -Coburg-Gotha S861 



391 



Sax-Sch 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Sch-ScI 



Saxe-Meningen 


S875 


Schists. 


D381 


— Weimar 


S865 


Schizocarps 


E143 


Saxhorn 


C671 


Schizomycetes 


E211 


Saxifragaceae 


E574 


Schizophyta 


E206 


Saxon Architecture 


B466 


Schizopoda 


F263 


Saxons, Anglo- 


U313 


Schlesien (Austria) 


S37r 


— South 


U304 


— (Germany) 


S740 


— West 


U305 


Schleswig-Holstein 


S750 


Saxony, House of (H.R.E.) 


S6r6 


Scholarship, Latin 


Ar34 


— Kingdom 


S980 


Scholarships 


A134 


— (Prussia) 


S745 


Scholasticism 


J331 


Saxophone 


C700 


School Books 


M080 


Saxotrombas 


C672 


Schools 


A143 


Sayam 


P520 


— and Colleges 


A130 


Sayyido (India) 


P611 


— Boarding 


Ar65 


Scabies 


H505 


— Church 


Ar62 


Scaffolding 


B121 


— Endowed 


A161 


Scagliola 


B312 


— Industrial 


A169 


Scalds 


H583 


— Monastic 


A163 


Scales, Fish 


F420 


— Pauper 


A170 


Scales (Music) 


C405 


— Private 


A166 


Scallops 


F209 


— Ragged 


Ar68 


Scalping 


H576 


— Truant 


A167 


Scandal 


J 243 


— Voluntary 


A1.64 


Scandinavia 


T400 


Schooners 


B666 


Scandinavian Lang. 


M540 


Schopenhauer 


J359 


— Painting 


A671 


Schottisches 


C493 


Scandium 


D444 


Schwaben 


S977 


Scansores 


F655 


Schwarzbiu-g-Rudolstadt 


S850 


Scaphopoda 


F2r5 


— Sonderhausen 


S855 


Scapula 


G614 


Schwarzwald 


S933 


Scarabus 


F324 


Schweiz 


S500 


Scarborough 


U443 


Schwerin 


S818 


Scarlatina 


H519 


Schwyz (Canton) 


S514 


Scarlet Fever 


H519 


— (Town) 


S515 


— Runners 


E629 


Sciatica 


G736 


Scarpants 


Q137 


Science and Christianity 


K323 


Scatology 


Gioo 


— General 


A900 


Scavenging 


B273 


— Occult 


J5^o 


Scenas 


C504 


Sciences and Arts 


A90Z 


Scene- Painting 


A646 


— Physical 


Booo 


Scent of Flowers 


E131 


Scientific Travel 


A950 


Sceptics 


J326 


Scientists 


Xoli 


Schaffhausen 


S544 


Scilly Isles 


\J7iB 


Schaumburg-Lippe 


S830 


Scinde 


P84I 


Schelde, River 


T301 


Sciopticon 


C159 


Schelling 


J358 


Scios 


Q136 


Scherzos 


C456 


Scitaminese 


E413 


Scheveningen 


S177 


Sciuromorpha 


F754 


Schiedam 


T182 


Sclerosis 


G758 



392 



Sel-Sea 



CIASSIFICATIOA'. 



Sea-Sed 



Sclerotic 


G806 


Scolding 


J244 


Scones 


I935 


Scorpions 


F280 


Scotland 


Vooo 


— Central 


V200 


— North 


Vno 


— South 


V342 


Scots 


V002 


— Borders 


V344 


— Literary History 


M527 


Scottish Episcopal Church 


K770 


— Painting 


A677 


Scouting 


B954 


Scranton 


W266 


Scrap Books 


N311 


Screens 


B398 


Screw Propellors 


B113 


Screws 


B180 


Scriptorium 


M731 


Scriptures 


Kiro 


Script Writing 


M720-8 


Scrofula 


H559 


ScTophulariaceae 


E892 


Scrotum 


H322 


Sculling 


B709 


Sculpture 


A790 


Scurvy 


H564 


Scutage 


L204 


Scutari 


Q109 


Scyphorredusae 


Firs 


Scyphozoa 


F115 


Scythia 


P295 


Scythian Invasions (India) 


P603 


Scythians 


Q261 


Sea 


Dioo 


— Anemones 


F120 


— Baths 


G529 


— Command of 


B802 


— Cucumbers 


F190 


— Fishing (Line) 


I741 


Seahorses 


F468 


Sea Life 


B777 


— Lilies 


F173 


Sealing Wax 


D958 


Sea Lions 


F967 


Seal of Confession 


J624 


Seals, (Biog.) 


X216 


— Fur 


F968 


— (Zool.) 


F966 



Seamanship B690 

Sea Manks B711 

Seamen, Mercantile B776 

— Merchant (General) B770 



— Naval 


B776 


Sea Otters 


F913 


— Power 


B802 


Search Lights 


C063 


— Right of 


L42X 


Seascapes 


A640 


Sea sickness 


H142 


Seaside (Biol.) 


E079 


— (Health) 


G538 


Sea Slugs 


F228 


Seasons 


D032 


Season Tickets (Rail) 


B540 


Seats (Arch.) 


B431-2 


Seattle 


W477 


Sea Urchins 


Fr78 


Sea Voyages 


G542 


Seaweeds 


E225-40 


Sebaceous Glands 


H400 


Sebastian (Port.) 


R827 


Sebastopol 


S113 


Sebennyte Empire 


O423 


Seborrhoea 


H434 


Secession Church 


K904 


— War (U. S.) 


Win 


Sechwan 


P467 


Second Advent 


K313 


Secondary Age (Geol.) 


D331 


— Education 


Ari9 


Second Century 


O021 


— Empire 


R120 


— Republic (France) 


R116 


— Sight 


J546 


Seconds (Time) 


D274 


Secretaryship 


Mm 


Secret Chambers 


B44X 


— Commissions 


L554 


Secretion (Biol.) 


E034 


Secrets, Disclosing Official 


L553 


Secret Societies 


L180 


Sects 


Kooo- 


Secular Clergy 


J902 


— Education 


A106 


— Holidays 


J751 


Secularism 


J429 


Securities 


L904 


Sedan Chairs 


B592 



393 



Sed-Sen: 



CLASSIFICATION.' 



Sen-Ser 



Sedatives 


G742 


Senile Decay 


G387 


Sedentary Life 


H624 


Sennar 


O488 


Sedges 


E359 


Sensation • 


J158 


Sedilia 


B428 


Sensationalism 


J 372 


Sedimentary Rocks 


D370 


Sense 


G800 


Sedition 


L552 


Sensibility 


J167 


Seduction 


G093 


Sensitive Plant 


E612 


Seedlings 


E102 


Sensory System 


G800 


Seeds 


Eioi 


Sentiments 


J 168 


Sees 


J830 


Sentinels 


B967 


Segovia 


R720 


Sentries 


B967 


Seine (Dep.) 


R487 


Seoul 


P382 


— et Marne 


R489 


Separating Machinery 


B151 


.^ et Oise 


R483 


Separatist Dutch Reform. 


Ch. K959. 


— Inferieure 


R232 


Sepoy War 


P655 


— River 


R486 


September 


0048. 


Seismology 


D070, 


Septets 


C763 


Selachii 


F422 


Septicaemia 


H547 


S^langor 


P552 


Septic Diseases 


H543 


Selection, Natural 


E013 


Septuagint 


K120M452 


Selenides 


D763 


Sepulchres 


A796. 


Selenium 


D763 


Sepulture 


. H662 


Seleucidae 


Q180 


Sequence (Music) 


C554 


Self Culture 


A129 


Sequoias 


E318 


Self-Governing Colonies 


V652 


Seraisig 


T337 


Selfishness 


J208 


Seraphim, Order 


X167 


Selim I. (Turkey) 


Q063 


Serbien 


Q420 


— II. ^ 


^065 


Serenades 


C457 


— III. — 


Q082 


Serfs 


Li5r 


Selish Lang. 


M653 


Sergipe 


W746 


Selkirkshire 


V385 


Sergjus (Pope) ':. 


Q669 


Selkirk (Town) 


V.386 


Sericulture 


F385 


Semaphores 


B636 


Serjeants 


B865 


Sematology 


M749 


Sermon on the Mount 


K204 


SembUan 


P554 


Sermons 


J653 


Seminaries 


A143 


Serpent Charming 


F565 


Seminary Instruction 


Alio 


Serpentine 


D387 


Seminole Indians 


W087 


Serpent (Mus. Inst.) 


, C678 


Semipalatinsk 


S254 


Serpents 


F550 


Semiryechensk 


S266 


Serpent Worship 


J457 


Semitic Lang, and Liter. 


M230-1 


Serum 


H005 


— Religions 


J 001 


Servants 


I960 


Senate, Belgium 


L345 


Servants' Registries 


I961 


— France 


L331 


Servetus 


J344 


— Italy 


L347 


Servia 


Q420 


— Russia 


L355 


Servian Church 


K449 


— U. S. 


L327 


— Lang, and Litei 


-. M475-6 


Seneca Indians 


W083 


Service Books. See Church 


Senegal River 


O838 


Services (Music) 


C552 


Senegambia 


O835 


Servitude, Penal 


L674 



394 



Sei-Sha 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Sha-Shi 



Servius Galba 


Q536 


— Tullius 


Q516 


Sesame 


E905 


Sessional Courts 


L463 


Session, Court. of 


L458 


Seto 


P338 


Setters 


F931 


Sevastopol 


S113 


Seven Churches of Asia 


K432 


Seven-leagued Boots 


J 557 


Sevenoaks 


U819 


Seventeenth Century 


O063 


Seventh Century 


O048 


— Day Adventists 


K950 


— Day Baptists 


K802 


— Day Sabbath 


J761 


Seven Weeks' War 


S325 


— Wonders of the World 


O230 


— Years' War 


S706 


Severn River 


U631 


SevUla 


R772 


Seville 


R772 


Sevres Ware 


D977 


Sewage 


B262 


— Farms 


B264 


Sewers 


B262 


Sewing 


I540 


— Machinery 


I545 


Sex, Determination of (Biol.) 


E066 


Sexes 


G050 


Sextants 


B694 


Sextets 


C764 


Sextons 


J938 


Sexual Inversion 


H303 


— Relations 


G050 


— Reproduction (Biol.) 


E064 


Seychelles 


O551 


Shad 


F449 


Shading 


A513 


Shadow Pantomimes 


N221 


Shadows 


A513 


Shaftesbury 


U686 


Shafting 


B178 


Shafts (Mining) 


D624 


Shah Jehan 


P619 


Shakers 


K969 


Shale 


D372 


Shamo Desert 


P492 


Shamrock 


E623 


Shang Dynasty 


P403 



Shanghai 


P446 


Shanghaing 


B779 


Shan Lang. 


M340 


Shannon River 


U165 


Shansi 


P440 


Shan States 


P524 


Shantung 


P437 


Shareholders 


L831 


Shares 


L828 


Sharks 


F423 


Shaving 


H464 


Shawn 


C701 


Shawnees (Indians) 


W084 


Shearing Machinery 


B133 


Shebeens 


I879 


Sheep 


F861 


— Dogs 


F933 


Sheet-Metal 


D670 


Sheffield 


U468 


Shell Fish 


F200-225 


Shells (Ordnance) 


B914 


Shells (Zoology) 


F200 


Shell Work 


F202 


Shelving 


I342 


Shensi 


P463 


Sheol 


K364 


Shepherd Kings 


O411 


Shepherd's Pipe 


C679 


Sheriffs 


L474 


Sheriff's Officers 


L475 


Sherries 


I867 


Sherwood Forest 


U578 


Shetland Islands 


V116, V113 


Shields 


B933 


Shields, South 


U422 


Shikoku 


P340 


Shingles 


H320 


Shintoism 


K055 


Shinty 


H767 


Shipbuilders 


B683 


Shipbuilding 


B650 


— Yards 


B658 


Ship Chandlers 


B750 


Shipping 


B720 


— Merchant 


B721 


— Registers 


B726 


Ship Railways 


B520 


Ships 


B65 1-684 


— of War 


B826-832 


Ship Stores 


B749 



395 



Shi-Sib 



CLASSIFTCATION, 



Sib-Sil 



Ships, Unseaworthy 

Shipwrecks 

Shiraz 

Shire Horses 

Shoa 

Shoddy 

Shoemaking 

Shoes 

Shoguns 

Shoko (Japan) 

Shooting (Gunnery) 

— (Rifle) 
Shooting Stars 
Shoots 
Shop Assistants 

— Keeping 
Shops 
Shoreditch 
Shoreing 
Shorthand 
Shortsightedness 
Shoshone Indians 
Shovelboard 
Show Cards 
Shower-Baths 
Shows 

Shrews 

Shrewsbury 

Shrimps 

Shrines 

Shropshire 

Shrovetide 

Shrubbery 

Shrubs 

Shunchi (China) 

Shuri 

Shutters (Photo.) 

Shuttlecock 

Shuttles 

Sialagogues 

Siam 

Siamese Lang, and Liter. 

Siam, Gulf of 

— Lower 

— Proper 
Siangtan 
Siberia 

— East 

— West 
Sibilants 



B727 


Sibir 


B75I-52 


Sibylline Books 


P987 


Sicilia 


F823 


Sicilianas 


0520 


Sicilies, Kingdom of Two 


H438 


Sicily 


I760 


— Kings of 


I760-64 


Sick Benefit Clubs 


P309 


Sickness 


P307 


— Home 


B916 


Sideboards 


B9I9 


Side Drum 


C926 


Sidereal Time 


EI08 


Sidesmen 


Liio 


Sidi-Mulai-Mohamed 


L854 


Sidings, Railway 


B446 


Sidon 


U936 


Siebenburgen 


B315 


Siedlce 


M746 


Sieges 


G831 


Siena 


W08S 


Sierra Leone 


H914 


Siffleuse 


L865 


Sifting Machinery 


G530 


Sight 


A008 


Sights (Navigation) 


F732 


Sigillography 


U640 


Sigismund I. (Bohemia) 


F266 


— I. (Poland) 


A797 


— II. — 


U635 


— III. — 


J705 


— (Sweden) 


I229 


Sigmaringen 


E154 


Sigmoid Flexure 


P421 


Sigm.und of Brandenburg 


P362 


Signalling, General 


A755 


Signals, Railway 


H763 


- (Sea) 


I404 


Signatures (Book) 


H186 


— (Music) 


P520 


Sign-Painting 


M339 


Signs (Sematology) 


P527 


— (Trade) 


P526 


Sikhs 


P523 


Sikkim 


P462 


— Language 


S270 


Silence 


S275 


Silesia (Austria) 


S271 


— (Germany) 


Moio 


Silhouette Drawing 



S270 

Q5I7 
Q965 

C494 

Q926. 

Q965 

Q967 

Lr72; 
Hr4i 

G733 
I324 

C733 
D277 

J934- 
O329, 

B505. 
O027 
S465 
Sigfr 
B9S0, 
Q869, 
O880. 
C530' 
Br5Q. 
G801-39 
B694 
X216 
S352. 
8165 
S166, 
SX69. 
T809. 
S80X 
H164 
S650' 
B645, 
B512 
B702; 
MSsr 
C4ir 
A69S 
M7491 
A6g» 
Gai2P76o' 
P70S 
M332 
C310. 

S37t 
S740. 
A61O' 



396 



Sil-Sir 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Sir-Sla 



Silicates 
Silicispongiae 
Silicon 
Silk Culture 

— Manufacture 

— Worms 
Silos 

Silurian Age 
Silver 

— Prints 

— Standards 
Silverwork 
Simarubacese 
Simbirsk 
Simiidae 

Simla 

Simony 

Simoons 

Sinai 

Sinaitic Language 

Sinaloa 

Sin (Christ. Theol.) 

Sind 

Sindhi Lang. 

Sin Eating 

Sinecures 

Singalese Lang, and Liter. 

Singan 

Singapore 

Singers 

Singing 

— Birds 
Singlestick 
Single Tax 
Sinkiang 
Sinking Fund 
Sin, Original 
Sin (Theol.) 
Siirtooism 

Sin, Unpardonable 

Sion 

Sioux Indians 

Siphonaptera 

Siphonese 

Siphoning 

Siphonophora 

Siphonostomata 

Siracusa 

Sirenia 

Sirens 



D421 
Firo3 
D782 
F385 

I460 
F384 

I028 

D322-23 

D474 

A770 

L873 
D474 
E656 
S125 
F990 
P829 
J896 
D226 
O450 
M248 

W553 
. K332 
P841 
M268 
J460 
L141 
M264 
P464 

P531 
X022 

C514 
F661 
B930 
L908 

P495 
L942 

K333 
J406 
K055 

K334 
S566 
W086 
F370 
E228 
D158 
F113 
F252 

Q974 
F885 
C305 



Siricius (Pope) 
Sirinagar 
Sirmur 
Siroccos 

Sisinnius (Pope) 
Sisterhoods (Anglican) 
— (Catholic) 

Sisters 

— of Charity 

— of Mercy 
Sites (Building) 
Sitten 

Siva 

Sivas 

Six Nations (Indians) 

Sixteenth Century 

Sixth Century 

Sixtus I. (Pope) 

— II. — 

— III. — 

— IV. — 

— V. — 

Size Notation (Paper) 

Sjaelland 

Skaraborg 

Skates 

Skating 

Skeleton, Human 

Skeptics 

Sketching 

Skill, Games of 

Skin 

Skins 

Skirmishing 

Ski Running 

Skittles 

Skull 

Skunks 

Sky 

Skye 

Skylarks 

Skyro 

Sky-Scrapers (Arch.) 

Slags 

Slander 

Slaney River 

Slang 

Slate Clubs 

Slate (Geol.) 

Slates (Building) 



Q65.5 
P706 
P767 
D226 
Q664 
K562 
K540 
G084 
K544 

K545 
B302 
S566 
K021 

Q149 
W083 

O062 
O047 

Q654 
Q654 
Q658 
Q717 
Q729 
M846 
T560 
T922 
F425 
H742 
G602 
J326 
A638 
H903 
H400 
I751 
B970 
H743 
H774 
G606 
F914 
D206 
V-I4I 
F667 

Q379 
D489 

D609 

L577 
U153 
M055 
L173 
D384 

B330 



397 



Sla-Smu 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Smy-Sol 



Slating 


B330 


Slaughter Houses 


I895 


Slaughtering 


I895 


Slave Coast 


O837 


— Indians 


W085 


— Kings of Delhi 


P607 


Slavery 


L150 


Slaves, Galley 


L675 


Slave Trade 


L153 


Slavic Lang, and Liter. 


M467 


Slavism, Pan 


S002 


Slavonia 


S460 


Slavonic, Ecclesiastical, 


Lang. M470 


— Languages 


M465-85 


— Nations 


Sooi 


— Old, Lang. 


M468 


Sledges 


B593 


Sledging 


H744 


Sleep (Biol.) 


E042 


— Human 


G723 


Sleep-walking 


G728 


Sleight-of-Hand 


H952 


Slide Rule 


A456 


— Trumpet 


C662 


Sliding Contacts 


B102 


Sligo (Co.) 


U095 


— (Town) 


U096 


Slime Animals 


F057 


Slogans 


X096 


Slojd 


A126 


Sloths 


F725 


Slotting Machinery 


B139 


Slovak-Czech Lang, and Lit. M478-9 


Slovene Language 


M473 


Sluices 


D145 


Slumming 


L092 


Smaalenene 


T706 


Smallpox 


H530 


Smell 


G861 


— of Flowers 


E131 


Smelting 


D601 


Smelts 


F446 


Smerdis (Persia) 


P903 


Smethwick 


U601 


Smithsonian Institution 


A900 . 6 


Smoke 


C220 


— Prevention 


C221 


Smoking 


I714 


Smolensk 


S068 


Smuggling 


L926 



Smyrna Qi3^ 

Snails F220 

— Edible F231 

— Pond F230 
Snake Bites H589 

— Charming F565 

— Indians W088 
Snakes F550 
Snares H840 
Sneezing G864, G961 
Snow D084 
Snowdon U231 
Snowdrops E404 
Snuff I715 

— Boxes I716 
Soap Dg38 
Soapstones D387 
Sobieski S173 
Social and Political Science L 

— History O003 
Socialism L236 
Social Organizations Logo 

— Ostracism J293 

— Science Loco 

— Work L091 
Societies A006 
Society Looi-6 

— Islands P109 

— of Friends K815 
Socinians K736 
Sociology Loco 
Socrates J318 
Soda D737 
Sodermanland T906 
Sodium D432 
Sodor and Man U291 
Sceurs de bon Secours H618 
Sofas I337 
Sofia Q492 
Sogdianus P909 
Soils I002 
Soirees H991 
Sokoto O816 
Sokotra O526 
Solanaceas E883 
Solar Spectrum C860 

— System C850 

— Time D275 
Soldering D654 
Soldiers, General B855-9.04 



398 



Sol-Sop 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Sop-Spa 



Soldiers of Fortune 


B871 


Soporifics 


G745 


— (Privates) 


B867 


Soprano Voice 


C52r 


Solenoconchae 


F215 


Sorbonne 


R509 
J553 


Solenogastres 


F206 


Sorcery 


Solenoglypha 


• F560 


Sores 


H58r 


Soles 


F466 


Sore Throat 


G'923', 


Sole Traders 


L834 


Sorghum 


E349- 


Soleure 


S539 


Soria 


R72T 


Sol-Fa Method 


C403 


Sorrow 


J 287 


Solfeggi 


C516 


Soteriology 


K340 


Solicitor-General 


1-445 


Soudan, Egyptian 


O830. 


Solicitors 


L485 


— French 


O486 


Solid Geometry 


A506 


Soul 


[154-57 


Solidification 


D710 


Sound 


C300' 


Solids 


B006 


Soundings 


B698 


Solifugffi 


F283 


Soups 


I911 


Solitaire 


H943 


South Africa 


O700 


Solitary Confinement 


L664 


— African Republic 


0726. 


Solitude 


J288 


— America 


W701 


Solomon Islands 


P193 


— American Languages 


M601 


Solomon, Song of 


K151 


Southampton 


U774 


Solothurn 


S539 


South Atlantic States (U. S 


.) W300 


Solpugida 


F283 


— Australia 


P030 


Solubility 


D708 


— Carolina 


W310 


Solutions (Pharmacy) 


G424 


— Central States (U. S 


) W315. 


Solyman I. (Turkey) 


Q057 


— Dakota 


W404 


— II. _ 


Q064 


Southend-on-Sea 


U857 


— III. — 


Q074 


Southern Atlantic Ocean 


D102 


Somaliland 


O525 


— Counties (Eng.) 


U720 


Somatics 


G015 


— States (U. S.) 


W300 


Somerset 


U670 


South Europe 


Q040 


Somme 


R224 


— Holland 


T175 


Somnambulism 


G728 


— Mississippi States (U.E 


'.)W33o 


Sonata 


C442 


— Pole 


W950 


Sonatinas 


C458 


Southport 


U511 


Sonderhausen 


S857 


South Russia 


S105, 


Sondre Bergenhus 


T716 


— Saxons 


U304 


— Trondhjem 


T720 


— Sea Bubble 


L819 


Sondrio 


Q814 


— Sea Islands 


Proo 


Songbooks (Music) 


C590-96 


— Shields 


U422 


Song of Solomon 


K151 


— Wales 


U255.. 


— of the Three Children 


K250 


— — Princes 


U226 


■Songs (Music) 


C590-96 


Southwall 


U577 


— Part 


C580-86 


South West, Old 


W330 


— (Poetry) 


N116 


Southwold 


U567 


Sonnets 


N120 


Sovereignty 


L401 


Sonora 


W552 


Sowing 


I022 


Sophi I. (Persia) 


P956 


Spa 


T33& 


— II. — 


P958 


Space 


C801 


Sophists 


J317 


Spain 


R600 



399 



Spa-Spe 



CLASSIFICATION!. 



Spe^i 



Spain and Portugal 


R970 


— North 


R700 


— South 


R750 


'Spalato 


S396 


Spandau 


S727 


Spandrels 


B384 


Spaniels 


F932 


Spanish America 


W700 


— Armada 


R629 


— Lang. 


M445 


— Literature 


M446 


— Main 


W631 


— Painting 


A662 


Spar 


D381 


Sparganiacese 


E335 


Sparrows 


F664 


Sparta 


Q302 


Spas 


G541 


Spatangoidea 


F182 


Spathiflorae 


E369 


Spaying 


I103 


Speakers 


L312 


Speaking Trumpets 


B642 


— Tubes 


B641 


Spears 


B931 


Special Creation 


E007 


Specialization 


L139 


Specie 


L871 


Species 


E015 


Specification, Building 


B300.111 


General 


A489 


— Patents 


A013 


Specific Gravity 


B034 


— Heat 


C255 


— Performance 


L704 


Specifics 


G511 


Spectacles 


G837 


Spectacle Trade 


G838 


Spectres 


J592 


Spectroscope 


Clio 


Spectroscopy 


Clio 


Spectrum Analysis 


Clio 


Speculation 


L930 


Speech 


G903 


— Errors of 


M043 


Speeches 


M180 


Speech, Freedom of 


L028 


— Parts of 


M025 


Speed 


B026 


Spelling 


M019 



Spells J526 

Spencer, Herbert J 363 

Spermaphyta £300 

Spermatic Cord H329 

— Secretions H326 
Spermatorrhoea H330 
Sperm (Human) H326 
Sperm Whales F893 
Speyer S959 
Spey, River V164 
Sphserogastrida F290 
Sphagna E277 
Spherical Astronomy C820 

— Earth B005 

— Trigonometry A532 
Sphingina F386 
Sphinx Moths F386 
Sphygmograph G322 
Spice Islands P240 
Spices I880 
Spider Monkeys F983 
Spiders F291 
Spies B956 
Spikes , Eiio 
Spina Bifida G712 
Spinach E497 
Spinal Cord G709 

— Curvature G604 
Spine G603 
Spinels D517 
Spinet C643 
Spinning I401 

— (Metal) D671 

— Tops B030 

— Wheels I402 
Spinoza J 338 
Spinsters G053 
Spiraea E587 
Spirals A507 
Spires (Arch.) B403 

— (Town) S959 
Spirit, Holy K328 
Spiritism J595 
Spirits I830-56 

— Evil J416 

— (Pharmacy) G431 
Spiritualism (Occult Science) J595 

— (Philos.) J 370 

Spiritual Philosophy J 370 

Spirit Worship J 462 



400 



Spi-Sta 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Sta-Sta, 



Spitting 

Spitzbergen 

Spleen 

Splices 

Splints 

Spoken Word 

Spoleto 

Sponges 

Spontaneous Generation 

Sporades 

Sporadic Cholera 

Sporangia 

Sporozoa 

Sports, Athletic 

— Field 
Sportsmen 
Spots, Sun 
Spotted Fever 
Spraghistics 
Sprains 
Spree, River 
Spring 

Springfield (111.) 
Springs (Mechanism) 

— (Watch) 
Spurge 
Spurs 
Sputum 
Squamata 
Squares (Geometry) 

— Magic (Arith.) 
Squaring the Circle 
Squids 

Squinting 

Squirrels 

Staats General, Holland 

Stability 

Stables 

Stachyuracese 

Stackhousaceae 

Staff 

Staffa 

Staff (Administration) 

— (Army) 

— (Music) 
Stafford 
Staffordshire 

— Pottery 

; Stage Management 
Staghounds 



HII9 


Stag-hunting 


F849 


S054 


Stained Glass 


D993 


HI53 


Staining 


A699 


I427 


Staircases 


B348 


G582 


Stair Treads 


B349 


M 


Stalactites 


D389 


Q880 


Stalagmites 


D389 


Fioi 


Stalls (Arch.) 


B427 


Eooi 


Staly bridge 


U529 


Q377 


Stamens 


E129 


H537 


Stamford 


U541 


E103 


Stammering 


G905 


F080 


Stamping Machinery 


B125 


H720 


Stamps (Book) 


M957 


H800 


— Postage 


B623 


X035 


Standardization of Mechanism B106 


C860 


Standards. See Subjects 




H518 


Standards (Weights) 


A455 


O095 


Standerath, Switzerland 


L348- 


H580 


Standing Orders 


L034 


S728 


Stanislas I. (Poland) 


S175 


D035 


— II. — 


S177 


W361 


Stanneries 


D479 


B166 


Stanz 


S518 


D285 


Staphyleaceae 


E692. 


E670 


Starch 


D873. 


I772 


Star Chamber 


L452. 


G341 


Star Clusters 


C93S 


F520 


Star Fish 


F171 


A500 


Star of India, Order 


X127 


A415 


Stars 


C900-939' 


A508 


— Double 


C931 


F236 


— Fixed 


C930. 


G835 


— Shooting 


C926 


F755 


— Variable 


C932 


L343 


Starvation 


Hiio 


B051 


State 


L202. 


I054 


— Administration 


L263, 


E737 


— and Church 


J8io. 


E689 


— Control 


L261 


L140 


Statecraft 


L257 


V208 


State Departments 


L358- 


L140 


— Education 


Aioi 


B855 


— Interference 


L262 


C402 


— Legislatures (Germany) L336' 


U591 


- - (U. S.) 


L329 


U590 


— Librarians 


M905 


D983 


— Lotteries 


L935 


N245 


— Medicine 


H622 


F923 


Statement of Claim 


LsaS" 



401 



IC 



Sta-Ste 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Ste-Sto 



Statements (Accounts) 


A479 


Stephen V. (Pope) 


Q669 


State, Offences against 


L550 


— I. St. (Hungary) 


S401 


— Papers 


M705 


— n. — 


S402 


States 


K202-44 


— HI. — 


S402 


— and Territories (U. 


S.) W180 


— IV. — 


S403 


Statesmanship 


L257 


— V. — 


S403 


Statesmen 


X044 


Stepney 


U938 


States of the Church 


Q650 


Steppes 


S258 


State Territory 


L404 


Steps 


B351 


— Trials 


L501 


Sterculiaceae 


E723 


Statics 


B022 


Stereometer 


B034 


— Graphic 


B025 


Stereometry 


A450 


Stationary Engines (General) B112 


Stereopticon 


C156 


— — (Steam) C280 


Stereoscopes 


C156 


Stationery 


M870 


Stereotomy 


A514 


Stationery Office 


M871 


Stereotyping 


M839 


Stations 


B521 


Sterility 


H346 


Statistics 


A460 


Sternum 


G611 


— Vital 


L051 


Sternutatories 


G961 


Stato Pontifico 


Q650 


Stethometry 


G900 


Statuary 


A794 


Stethoscope 


G324 


Statute Law 


L433 


Stettin 


S731 


Statutes 


L307 


Stevedores 


B745 


.Stauromedusae 


F116 


Stewards (Court) 


L223 


Stavanger 


T715 


— (Sea) 


B774 


Stavropol 


S139 


Stewart, House of 


V025 


Steam 


B271 


Stewart Island 


P096 


— Engines 


C270 


Sticks, Walking 


I615 


Steamship Lines 


B723 


Stigmatists 


K502 


Steam Whistles 


C278 


Still-births 


L048 


Stearine 


D935 


Still-born Children 


L048 


Steel 


D456 


Still Room Manuals 


I850 


— Engraving 


A718 


Stills 


I855 


Steeplejacks 


C217 


— Illicit 


I856 


Steering 


B700 


Stimulants 


G744 


Stegocephali 


F481 


Stings 


H590 


Stellar System 


C930 


Stipends 


J897 


Stelleridea 


F171 


Stipple 


A715 


Stemonaceae 


E388 


Stirlingshire 


V300 


Stems 


E112 


Stirhng (Town) 


V301 


Stencils 


A706 


Stitching (Binding) 


M884 


Stenkil, House of 


T802 


Stock Exchanges 


L931 


Stenography 


M747 


Stockholm (City) 


T901 


Stephanotis 


E858 


— (Govt.) 


T900 


Stephen Bathori 


S168 


Stockings 


I436 


Stephen (England) 


U338 


Stock-keeping 


A476 


— I. (Pope) 


Q654 


Stock, Live 


I050 


— II. — 


Q666 


— Management (Agric.) 


I051 


— III. — 


Q666 


Stockport 


U512 


— IV. — 


Q666 


Stocks 


L903 



402 



Sto-Str 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Str-Sty 



Stock-taking A477 

Stockton-on-Tees U423 

Stockworks D395 

Stoics J 324 

Stoke Newington U918 

Stoke-on-Trent U594 

Stokers C219 

Stolen Goods, Receiving L638 

Stomach H131 

— Pump G458 
Stomatitis H114 
Stoihatopoda F264 
Stone Ages O110-115 

— Artificial B312 

Stone (Calculus) H213 

Stonehouse U701 

Stones, Building B320 
Stones, Precious D510-36 

Stoneware 0973 

Stooks I027 

Stoppering D996 

Storage B615 

Stories N003 

Storks F648 

Storms D220 

— Dust D231 
Stornoway V136 
Storthing, Norway L353 
Story of Susanna K251 
Story Telling N315 
Stout I824 
Stoves D648 
Stowage B741 
Stowaways B732 
Strabane U069 
Strabismus G835 
Strains (Mechanics) B053 
Straits Settlements P530 
Stralsund S732 
Stranguary H212 
Strangulation, Intestinal H173 

— (Punishments) L667 

Stranraer V359 

Strassburg S892 

Strategy B951 

Stratford- on- Avon U615 

Strathspeys C491 

Stratification DS^S 

Stratigraphical Geology I'3i5 

Strawberries £598 



Strawboards 

Straw-plaiting 

Stream Flow 

Streatham 

Street Architecture 

— Cleaning 

— Music 

— Noises 

— Paving 

— Railways 
Streets 

Street Traffic 

— Vendors 

— Watering 
Strelitz 
Strength 
Strepsiptera 
Stresses 
Stretchers 
Stricture 
Strikes (Geology) 
Strikes (Labour) 



M867 

I375 
D132 

U971 

B444 
B273 

C795 
B280 
B276 

B515 
B278 
B279 
L852 
B281 
S820 
B053 
F318 
B053 

B594 
H218 
D307 
L116 



Stringed Instruments (Bow) C603-14 

— — (Keyboard) C640 

— — (Plectral) C620 
Strings (Mus. Insts.) C615 
Stromboli Q976 
Strong Rooms L962 
Strontium D439 
Structural Geology D301 
Structures B050 
Struma H559 
Struthiones F607 
Strychnia E852 
Stuart Architecture B478 
Stuart, House of V025 
Stucco B340 
Stud Books F813 
Students A146 
Studies (Music) C459 
Studios B440 
Study, Methods of A114 

— Over- A138 

Sturgeons F433 

Stuttering G906 

Stuttgart S934 

Style (Aesthetics) J 106 

Styles (Archit.) B451 

Styles (Chronology) O073 

Styles (Penmanship) M736 



403 



Sty-Sul 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Sul-Sur 



Styptics 


H448 


Styracacese 


E842 


Styria 


S382 


Suabia 


S977 


Suabian Language 


M568 


Subalterns, Army 


B862 


— Naval 


B816 


Subiaco 


Q888 


Sublime 


J 103 


Submarine Vessels 


B687 


Subpoenas 


L522 


Subscription Libraries 


M908 


Subsidies 


Lg22 


Substance 


J002 


Subtraction 


A409 


Suburban Life 


L066 


Subways 


B213 


Success 


L136 


Succession 


L402 


Succi (Pharmacy) 


G432 


Suchau 


P447 


Suckling 


H387 


Sucre (Bolivia) 


W773 


Suctoria 


F075 


Sudan, Egyptian 


O486 


— French 


O830 


Sudbury 


U568 


Sudorifics 


H243 


Suez Canal 


O461 


— Gulf of 


O462 


Suffixes 


M062 


Suffocation 


H582 


Suffolk 


U560 


Suffrage 


L270-74 


Sugar 


I885 


— Cane 


E348 


Suicide 


G791 


Sui Dynasty 


P412 


Suin River 


U193 


Suisse 


S500 


Suites (Mus.) 


C755 


Suket 


P771 


Sulks 


J238 


SuUenness 


J 238 


Sulphates 


D425 


Sulphides 


D414 


Sulphur 


D762 


Sulphuric Acid 


D864 


Sulphurous Acid 


D865 


Sulphur Salts 


D415 



Sulpicians K525 

Sultans (Turkey) Q053 

Sumatra P205 

Sumba P255 

Summary Jurisdiction L602 

Summer D036 

Summers' Isles W635 

Summonses (Police) L654 

Sumptuary Laws I606 

Sun C860 

— and Lion, Order X183 

— Animalcules F054 
Sunda P201 

— Eastern P265 
Sunday J760 

— Schools J 873 
Sunderland U425 
Sun-dials D294 
Sunflowers E956 
Sung Dynasties P410 
Sunshine C870 
Sunstroke G759 
Suomi S200 
Superannuation L981 
Supercargoes B773 
Superfoetation E060 
Superior, Lake W374 
Supernatural J580 
Superstition J 5 22 
Supervision, Police L676 
Suppers Igo7 
Supply and Demand L102-03 
Suppositories G519 
Suppuration G339 
Suprarenal Bodies H206 
Supremacy, Papal K610 
Supreme Courts L452 

— Pontiff K610 
Sureties L701 
Surface Protection (Metals) D655 
Surgeons, Barber- H461 

— (Biog.) X033 

— (Profession) G563 
Surgery G570 

— MiUtary and Naval H578 

— Veterinary Iioo 
Surgical Fever H522 
Surinam W716 
Surnames M071 
Surrenders, B989 



404 



Sur-Swi 



CLASSIFICATION. 



SwI-Sys 



Surrey 


U830 


Surrogates 


J813 


Surrusophone 


C709 


Surveying 


Dg20 


— Subterranean 


B23I 


Surveys 


A950 


— Land 


L732-33 


— Ordnance 


D02I 


Survival of the Fittest 


E0I4 


Susanna, Story of 


K25I 


Susiana 


P940 


Suspended Animation 


H604 


Suspension Bridges 


B225 


Sussex 


U785 


— East 


U786 


— West 


U787 


Sutherland 


VI25 


Sutras (Vedas) 


J 027 


Suttee 


GI05 


Suttlers 


B902 


Sutton-Coldlield 


U6I6 


Suwalki 


SI85 


Suzerain States 


L405 


Svend Estridsen 


T503 


— (Norway) 


T603 


Sverige 


T800 


Sverker, House of 


T803 


Sverre (Norway) 


T604 


Swabia 


S977 


Swaging 


D653 


Swallowing 


HIG4 


Swallows 


F670 


Swans 


F634 


Swansea 


U28I 


Swazi Land 


0734 


Swearing (Oaths, Law) 


L527 


— (Profane) 


L56I 


Sweat 


H402 


Sweating (Labour) 


LII3 


Sweden 


T800 


Swedenborgian Church 


K964 


Swedish Athletics 


H706 



— Evangelical Mission K971 

— Lang, and Liter. M549 

— Painting A674 
Sweetmeats lg2i 
Sweet Peas E628 
Sweet Williams E508 
Swimming H739 

— Baths G531 



Swimming (Biol.) E046 

Swindon U747 

Swine F838 

Swing Bridges B227 

Swings H786 

Swiss Literature M569 

— Painting A666 

Switch-back Railways H789 

Switches, Electric C070 

Switzerland S500 

Swoons H572 

Sword Exercise B927 

Swordfish F458 

Swords B924 

Swordsmanship B927 

Sycamore E694 

Sycosis H453 

Sydney P052 

Syenites D369 

Sylla Q520 

Syllogism -^304 

Symbolism J 97° 

Sympathetic System G795 

Sympathy J 290 

Sympetalse E813 

Symphonies C752 

Symplocaceae E841 

Symptomatic Diseases H551 

Symptomatology G330 

Synagogues J 856 

Synanthae E367 

Synchronization (Time) D276 

Syncope H571 

Synods J821 

Synonyms M063 

Synovitis G653 

Syntax M024 

Synthesis A300 

Syphillis H313 

Syphoning D158 

Syracuse Q974 

— (U. S.) W248 

Syr-Daria S264 

Syria (City) Q183 
Syriac Lang, and Liter. M242-3 

Syria (Vilaiet) Q180 

Syringas E846 

Syrtica Regio Q180 

Syrups (Pharmacy) G433 

Systemic Artery H022 



405 



Tab-Tam 


CLASSIFi 


'CATION. 


Tabasco 


W523 


Tamil Lang, and Liter. 


Tabby Cats 


F954 


Taming Horses 


Tabernacles 


J855 


Tamworth 


— Feast of 


J721 


Tana, Lake 


Tabes Mesenterica 


H171 


Tanegashima 


Tableaux Vivants 


N232 


Tanganyika, Lake 


Table Decorations 


I908 


Tang Dynasty 


Tables 


I335 


Tangents 


Table Talk 


N318 


Tangier 


Tablets 


G434 


Tanite Empire 


Tabor 


C732 


Tannic Acid 


Tabriz 


P981 


Tanning 


Taccacese 


E406 


Tantalates 


Tachygraphy 


M746 


Tantalum 


Tacitus (Rome) 


Q568 


Taoism 


Tact 


J216 


Taouism 


Tactics (Military) 


B964 


Tapestry 


Taffeta 


I443 


Tape-worms (Disease) 


Tafilet Oasis 


O345 


— (Zool.) 


Taghlak, House of 


P609 


Tapioca 


Tagus River 


R934 


Tapirs 


Tahitan Lang. 


M374 


Tapping (Surgery) 


Tahiti 


Piii 


Tar 


Tai Language 


M338 


Tar and Feathering 


Tailoring 


I530 


Tarantellas 


Tailors 


I530 


Taranto, Gulf of 


Tain 


V132 


Tarascon 


Taiwan 


P370 


Tarbes 


Taiyuen 


P441 


Tardigrada 


Talc 


D387 


Tares 


Talca 


W835 


Targets 


Talent 


G031 


Targums 


Tales and Stories 


N003 


Tariffs 


Tales, Fairy 


N005 


— Revenue 


Talienwan 


P487 


Tarn 


Talipes 


G637 


Tarn-et-Garonne 


Talismans 


J524 


Tarot 


Talking Machines 


C330 


Tarquinius Priscus 


Tallahassee 


W317 


Tarquinius Superbus 


Talmuds 


K003 


Tarragona 


Tamaricacese 


E744 


Tarsus 


Tamarinds 


E615 


Tartans 


Tamasp I. (Persia) 


P952 


Tartaric Acid 


— II. — 


P962 


Tartar Invasions (India) 


Tamatave 


O574 


— Language 


Tamaulipas 


W521 


Tartary 


Tambourine 


C738 


Tashkend 


Tambouring 


I543 


Tasmania 


Tambov 


S074 


Tasmanian Devil 


Tamerlane (India) 


P610 


— Language 



Tam-Tas 

M322 
F811 
U602 
O523 

P357 
O612 

P413 
A530 
O339 
O414, 416 
D866 

I753 
D424 

D475 
K054 
K054 
A693 
H502 

F139 
E673 

F802 
G576 
D956 
L687 
C495 
Q949 
R375 
R316 
F294 
E625 

B933 
K120M241 
L911 
L924 

R354 
R298 
H917 
Q515 
Q517 
R735 
G633 

I439 
D867 
P603 
M315 
S257 
S265 
P070 
F711 
M386 



406 



Tas-Tel 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Tel-Ter 



Tasmanians 


P071 


Taste (Esthetics) 


J 100 


— (Physiology) 


G852 


Tatting 


I549 


Tattooing 


H404 


Taukwang (China) 


P426 


Taunton 


U675 


Taurida 


Siio 


Tavastehus 


S208 


Taverns 


I878 


Tavy River 


U257 


Taxation 


L907 


Taxese 


E325 


Taxes 


L907 


Taxidermy 


E085 


Tax, Income 


L909 


Taxodiinae 


E317 


Tax, Single 


L908 


Tay, Firth 


V238 


— Loch 


V236 


— River 


V237 


Taylor, Z. (U. S.) 


W128 


Tchudic Language 


M304 


Tea 


E735 


Teachers 


A152-55 


Teaching 


Alio 


Tears 


G811 


Teas 


I905 


Tebeth 


J732 


Technical Education 


A125 


Technology 


A-I passim 


Tees River 


U424 


Teeth 


H120 


Teetotalism 


G787 


Tegucigalpa 


W608 


Teheran 


P982 


Tehuantepec 


W559 


Teinds 


J 845 


Telegraphs 


B631 


Telegraphy 


B631 


— Wireless 


B637 


Teleology 


J 007 


Teleostei 


F440 


Telepathy 


G773 


Telephones 


B640 


Telephotography 


A757 


Telescopes 


C152 


Tell (Africa) 


O359 


Tellurates 


D426 


Tellurides 


D414 



Tellurium D764 

Telugu Language M323 

Tembuland 0766' 

Temper J 226' 

Temperament (Music) C413 

Temperaments (Human) G768 

Temperance G787 

Tempera Painting A620- 

Temperature (Pathology) G326 

Temperatures €240- 

Tempering D65o- 

Templars, Knights X193, 

Temples J 85 5 

Temporal Power (Popes) Q653' 

Tenants L770 

Ten Articles K754 

Tenby U270 

Tender, Legal L889 

Tendons G65& 

Tenements B43r 

Teneriffe O925 

Tennessee W335 

Tennis H759 

— Lawn H760 

— Table H761 
Tenoroon C699 
Tenor Voice C525 
Tenotomy G65S 
Tenses M035 
Tension B052 
Tenterden U820 
Tenth Century O051 
Tent Pegging H769 
Tents B908 
Tenures L750 
Tepic Territory W554 
Teplitz S365 
Teramo Q914 
Teratology (Biol.) E053 

— (Human) G365 

Terebrantia F341 

Terek S140 

Terminals (Railway) B536 

Terminology A302 

Termites F306 

Terms (Logic) A302 

Terms (School) A132 

Terns F636 

Terraces B390 

Terra Cotta B325 



407 



Ter-The 



CLASSIFICATION. 



The-Thr 



Terra del Fuego 

Terrapin 

Terrestrial Magnetism 

Terriers 

Territorial Regiments 

Territory, State 

Tertiary Age 

Teruel 

Tessin 

Testacea 

Testamentary Deeds 

Testament, New 

— Old 
Testes 

Testicar dines 
Testicles 
Testimony 
Testing Machinery 
Testudinata 
Tetanus 
Tethyoidea 
Tetrabranchia 
TetracoroUa 
Tetramera 
Tetuan 
Teutonic Knights, Order 

— Languages 

— Nations 
Tewkesbury 
Texas 
Texel 

Textile Manufactures 
Thaiki 

Thalamophora 
Thaliacea 
Thallium 
Thallophayta 
Thallus 
Thames 

— Conservancy 
Thasos 
Thatch 
Theaceae 
Theatres 

— Toy 

— Travelling 
Theatricals, Private 
Theban Empire 
Thebes 
Theft 



W819 
F505 
C033 
F941 
B846 
L404 

D343 
R729 

S558 

F200 

L780 

K200-230 

K120-170 

H317 
F169 

H317 
L518 

B153 

F504 

G737 
F405 
F233 
F121 
F328 
O338 
X141 
M500 

S601 

U664 

W328 

T190 

I400 

Q389 
F056 
F406 
D469 
E205 
E107 
U721 
U722 
Q105 
B332 
E734 
N241 
N246 
N244 
N230 
O413, O409 
O483 
L632 



Theism 

Themes (Music) 
Theodicy 
Theodolite 

Theodore (AbjTssinia) 
Theodoric (Italy) 
Theodosius I. (Byz.) 

— II. — 

— III. — 
Theologians 
Theology 

— Christian 
Theophany 
Theorbo-Lute 
Theosophy 
Therapeutics 
Thermo-Chemistry 
Thermodynamics 
Thermometers 
Thermometry 
Thermoscope 
Thermostats 
Theromorpha 
Thessalonians 
Thessaly 
Thetford 
Thibet 

Thiers (France) 
Thinite Empire 
Third Century 
— Republic 
Thirst (Biol.) 
Thirteenth Century 
Thirty-nine Articles 
Thirty Years' War 
This Empire 
Thistle, Order of 
Thistles 

Thoracic Aorta 
Thoracostraca 
Thorax 
Thorium 

Thornaby-on-Tees 
Thorns 

Thorough-bass 
Thought 



J420 

C425 

K324 

D020.167 

O513 
Q612 

Q321 
Q322 
Q326 
X038 
J400 
K320 

J703 
C636 
J426 
G500 
D729 
C260 
C249 
C241 
C240 
C250 
F501 
K220 

Q390 
U559 
P493 
R133 
O403 
O022 
R130 
E032 
O054 
K757 
S655 
O403 
X122 

E964 
H024 
F262 
G609 
D483 
U444 
Eiio 
G430 
J 153 



Thousand Islands (Canada) W056 

— — (Malay P216 

Thrace Q105 

Thracian Language M454 



408 



Thr-Tig 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Tig-Toa 



Thread 


I403 


Tigre 


O516 


Thread Worms 


H501 


Tigris River 


Q173 


Threats 


L615 


Tiles 


B331 


Three Bodies (Astron.) 


C810 


TiUacese 


E712 


Three Children, Song of 


K250 


Till 


D390 


Three Colour Process 


M854 


Tills (Money) 


L891 


Threshing Machinery 


I201 


Tilsit 


S718 


Thrift 


L967 


Tilting 


H851 


Throat 


G923 


Timber Houses 


B327 


Thrombosis 


H038 


Timbering (Mines) 


D627 


Throwing the Hammer 


H731 


Timbers 


I260 


Thrush 


H113 


Timbuctu 


O834 


Thrushes 


F668 


Time (Horology) 


D271 


Thugs 


L180P6 


— Lunar 


D276 


Thun 


S533 


— (Music) 


C414 


Thunderstorms 


D232 


— Sidereal 


D277 


Thurgau 


S556 


— Solar 


D275 


Thuringia 


S860 


Time Tables (Railway) 


B523 


Thuringian Lang. 


M567 


Timor 


P260-2 


Thurles 


U171 


Timothy 


K221 


Thursday 


D058 


Timur, House of 


P614 


Thursday Island 


P045 


Timur (India) 


P610 


Thurso 


V122 


Tin 


D477 


Thushian Lang. 


M352 


Tinctures 


G435 


Thyatira 


Q140 


Tinctures 


X085 


Thyme 


E877 


Tinea 


H435 


Thymelseaceffi 


E771 


Tinfoil 


D678 


Thymelseales 


E767 


Tinkers 


D481 


Thymus Body 


G933 


Tinsmiths 


D480 


Thyroid Body 


G931 


Tin-types 


A769 


Thysanura 


F304 


Tipperah, Hill 


P748 


Tiberias 


Q217 


Tipperary (County) 


U166 


Tiberius II. (Byz.) 


Q323 


— (Town) 


U170 


— III. — 


Q324 


Tiris 


O895 


— (Rome) 


Q532 


Tissues (Biol.) 


E049 


Tiber River 


Q896 


Titanates 


D421 


Tibet 


P493 


Titanium 


D482 


Tibeto-Burman Lang. 


M330 


Tithes 


J843 


Tibia 


G631 


Tithings 


L372 


Tic- douloureux 


G730 


Title-pages 


M847 


Ticino 


S558 


Titles of Christ 


K305 


Tickets (Membership) 


L775 


Titles of Honour 


X099 


— of Leave 


L677 


Titus 


K222 


— (Railway) 


B538-40 


— Rome 


Q540 


Ticks 


F292 


TivoH 


Q890 


Tides 


D121 


Tlaxcala 


W544 


Tientsin 


P435 


T'hnket Lang. 


M653 


Tierra del Fuego 


W819 


Toads 


F485 


Tiger Beetles 


F322 


Toadstools 


E250 


O 

Tigers 


F959 


Toasts 


I812 



409 



Tob-Top 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Top-Tra 



Tobacco Manufacture 


I710 


— Plant 


E891 


Tobaccos 


I711 


Tobago 


W695 


Toba (Japan) 


P304 


Tobit 


K243 


Toboganning 


H744 


Tobolsk 


S273 


Toccatas 


C460 


Todmorden 


U469 


Toes 


G638 


Togoland 


O840 


Toilet 


H460 


Toison d'Or, Order 


X139 


Tokay 


1868 


Tokelau 


P129 


Token Money 


L890 


Tokio 


P331 


Tokushima 


P342 


Tokyo 


P331 


Toledo 


R762 


- (U. S.) 


W356 


Toleration 


J 280 


Tolls 


B215 


Toltecs 


W501 


Tomatoes 


E888 


Tomb-Burial 


H662 


Tombs (Sculp.) 


A797 


Tomsk 


S274 


Tom-tom 


C737 


Tonga 


P145 


Tongan Lang. 


M372 


Tongue 


G850 


Tonics 


G502 


Tonic Sol-fa 


C403 


Toning (Photo.) 


A77b 


Tonk 


P724 


Tonking 


P516 


Tonnage (Shipping) 


B725 


Tonsilitis 


G913 


Tonsils 


G912 


Tontines 


L971 


Tooling (Binding) 


M886 


Tools (Hand) 


B154 


— (Machine & General) 


Bug 


Toothache 


H123 


Topaz 


D520 


Topeka 


W416 


Topiary Work 


I231 


Topography 0-W 


passim 



Topography, Military 


B958 


Tordel Vach 


U018 


Tories 


L251 


Torino 


Q801 


Tornadoes 


D230 


Toronto 


W048 


Torpedo Boats 


B829 


Torpedoes (Mines) 


B830 


Torquay 


U702 


Torres Strait 


P044 


Torsion 


B008 


TorticoUis 


G935 


Tortoises 


F505 


Torts 


L570 


Torture 


L671 


Toscana 


Q847 


Tossing the Caber 


H732 


Total Abstinence 


G787 


Totemism 


J464 


Totnes 


U703 


Tottenham 


U875 


Touch 


G870 


Toulon 


R368 


Toulouse 


R318 


Touraine 


R460 


Tourcoing 


R208 


Tournai 


T333 


Tournaments 


H850 


Tours 


R462 


Toussaint I'Ouverture 


W649 


Tovariaceae 


E558 


Towage 


B760 


Tower of London 


U926 


Towers 


B400 


Towing 


B76a 


Town Clerks 


L394 


Town Life 


L062 


Towns 


L380 


Townships 


L382 


Toxicology 


G450' 


Toy Dogs 


F942 


Toys 


H971 


Trachea 


G92& 


Tracheaitis 


G927 


Tracheotomy 


G928 


Trachomedusee 


Fill 


Tractarians 


K762 


Traction 


Bi2S 


— Engines 


B571 


Tracts 


Ao70' 



410 



Tra-Tra 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Tra-Tre 



Trade 



— Boards of 

— Domestic 

— Foreign 

— Free 

— Guilds 

— Labels 

— Marks 

— Routes 
Traders, Sole 
Trades 

Trade Winds 
Trading Companies 

— Machines, 

— Municipal 

— Retail 

— Wholesale 
Traditions 
Traific (Railway) 

— (Street) 
Tragedies 
Trahaern (Wales) 
Trails (Roads) 
Training (Physical) 
Training Ships 
Trains of Mechanism 
Trains (Railway) 
Trajan (Rome) 
Tralee 

Tramps 
Tramways 

— Cable 

— Electric 

— Horse 
Trance 

Transbaikalia 
Trans-Caspian Provinces 
Transcaucasia 
Transcendentalism 
Transepts 
Transfiguration 
Transformers (Elect.) 
Transfusion of Blood 
Trans-Himalayan Lang. 
Transition Archit. 
Transits 

Transkei 
Translating 
Transliteration 
Transmigrations of Soul 



L800 
L801 
L803 
L805 
L912 
L816 
L867 
L866 
B210 
L834 
A-I passim 
J521 
L8ig 
Automatic L857 
L389 



L855 
L856 

J521 
B522 
B279 
N210 
U218 
B209 
H703 
B836 
B103 
B508 

Q544 
U179 
L077 
B5 16-19 
B518 
B517 
B519 
G717 
S278 
S268 
S142 
J371 
B413 
J725 
C055 
G545 
M336 
B468 
C940 
O767 
M091 
M015 
J156 



Transmission of Force 
Transmitters 
Transmutation of Metals 
Transpiration (Biol.) 
Transplanting 
Transport 

— Aerial 
Transportation 
Transport, Land 
— Ocean 
Transposition (Music) 
Transubstantiation 
Transvaal 
Transylvania 
Trap 
Trapani 

Trapping Animals 
Trappists 
Traps 

Tras-os-Montes 
Traumatic Fever 
Travancore 
Travellers (Biog.) 

Commercial 

Tree 



Travellers, 
Traveller's 
Travelling 



Commercial 

— Libraries 

— Shows 
Travels(See also Local Nos 
Travel, Scientific 

— Topographical 0- 
Trawling 
Treadmills 
Treason 
Treasure Trove 
Treasury 
Treaties 
Trebizond 
Tree-painting 
Trees 

Tremandracese 
Trematoda 
Trenches 

Trent, Council of 
Trenton 
Trent River 
Trepanning 
Trephining 
Trespass 



B037 
B632 
D702 
E027 
I022 
B600 
B603 
L673 
B603 
B604 
C412 

J615 
O725 
S465 
D361 

Q975 
H840 

K517 
H840 
R9ia 

H576 
P742 
X061 

L859 
E417 
B601-2 
L858 
M966 
H792 

,)025o-6o 
A950 

W passim 

I723 
L682 

1-551 
L727 
L901 
L411 

Q150 
A644 

E153 
E666 
F136 
B978 
K482 
W251 

U571 
G760 
G760 
L744 



411 



Tre-Tro 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Tro-Tub 



Treves 


S778 


Treviso 


Q823 


Trial by Combat 


L506 


— by Fire 


L507 


— by Jury 


L511 


Trials 


L5 00-04 


Triangle (Music) 


C745 


Triangles 


A500 


Triangulation 


D007 


Triassic Age 


D332 


Tribal African Tang. 


M202 


— Organizations 


L006 


— Relationships 


G090 


Tribes 


L006 


Trichadidea 


F134 


Trichinosis 


H506 


Trickery 


L641 


Trick Photography 


A783 


Tricks, Card 


H952 


Tricycles 


B582 


Trier 


S778 


Trieste 


S391 


Triforium 


B418 


Trigoniacese 


E664 


Trigonometry 


A530 


Trikkala 


Q392 


Trilobitae 


F245 


Trim 


U122 


Trimera 


F329 


Trimmings 


I521 


Trinidad 


W690 


Trinitarians 


K415 


Trinity (Christianity) 


K327 


Trinity House 


B713 


Trinity Sunday 


J724 


Trios (Vocal) 


C585 


Tripoli 


O380 


Trismus 


G661 


Tristan da Cunha 


O950 


Triturations 


G436 


Triumphs 


O090 


Triumvirate, First 


Q527 


— Second 


Q528 


Triuridaceae 


E343 


Troas 


Q131 


TrochiUdae 


F677 


Trochisci 


G437 


Trochodendracese 


E519 


Trolling 


I734 


Trombones 


C673 



Tromso 


T726 


Trondhjem 


T720-22 


Tropseolacese 


E637 


Tropical Agriculture 


I040 


— Diseases 


H544 


Tropics 


Don 


Trossachs 


V239 


Trotting 


F817 


Troubadours 


C783 


Trouts 


F445 


Trouveres 


C783 


Troy 


Q131 


Troyes 


R398 


Truant Schools 


A167 


Truces 


B990 


Trucks (Railway) 


B509 


Truck System 


L115 


Truffles 


E266 


Trumpets 


C661-65 


— Speaking 


B642 


Trunks 


I326 


Truro 


U717 


Trusses • 


G583 


Trust Companies 


L823 


Trustees 


L788 


Trusts. 


L823 


Truth 


J253 


Tsana, Lake 


O523 


Tsars 


Soio-43 


Tsetse Flies 


F363- 


Tsi Dynasty 


P410 


Tsinan 


P438 


Tsin Dynasty 


P405, 408 


T'sing Dynasty 


P420 


Tsuchi (Japan) 


P304 


— Go- (Japan) 


P307 


Tsushima 


P351 


Tuam 


U105 


Tuamota 


Pi 13 


Tubas 


C674 


Tubercle 


G952 


Tubercular Diseases 


H552 


Tuberculous Arthritis 


G655 


Tubers 


E106 


Tubes 


D647 


— Speaking 


B641 


Tubiflorse 


E860 


Tiibingen 


S938 


Tubs 


I352 


Tubuai Islands 


P105 



412 



Tub-Tur 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Tur-Tyr 



Tubular Bridges 


B224 


Tubulariae 


F109 


Tucson 


W447 


Tucuman 


W814 


Tudor Archit. 


B476 


Tudors 


U360 


Tuesday 


D056 


Tufa 


D362 


Tuff 


D362 


Tughlak, House of 


P609 


Tugs 


B760 


Tuileries 


R507 


Tuition 


Alio 


Tula 


S072 


Tulips 


E395 


Tullamore 


U127 


TuUe 


R554 


TuUus Hostilius 


Q513 


Tulu Lang. 


M324 


Tiilunid 


Q269 


Tumours 


H555 


Tumults 


L559 


Tunbridge Wells 


U821 


Tungchi (China) 


P427 


Tungstates 


D428 


Tungsten 


D462 


Tungusian Lang. & Liter. 


M317 


Tunicata 


F403 


Tunica Vaginalis 


H323 


Tuning Forks 


C745 


Tuning, Piano 


C647 


Tunis, Beys of 


O371 


- (City) 


O372 


Tunisia (Africa) 


O370 


Tunnelling 


B230 


Tunnels 


B230 


Tupi-Guarani Lang. 


M613 


Turanian Languages 


M300 


Turbary, Common of 


L725 


Turbellaria 


F132 


Turbines 


B114 


Turbot 


F465 


Turf Rights 


L725 


Turgai 


S255 


Turgesino (Ireland) 


UoTi 


Turin 


Q801 


Turkestan (Chinese) 


P495 


— (Russia) 


S257 


Turkey-in-Asia 


Q120 


Turkey-in-Europe 


Qioo 



Turkey Red-Dyeing 


I472 


Turkeys 


F617 


Turkish Art 


A658 


— Baths 


G526- 


— Carpets 


I452 


— Empire 


Qo50' 


— Tartar Lang. 


M315 


Turkist^n (Afghan.) 


P884 


Turks Islands 


W638 


Turlough O'Brien 


U016. 


Turneracese 


E754 


Turning 


B134 


Turnips 


E554 


Turnpikes 


B214 


Turnstiles 


B396. 


Turntables 


B192 


Turquoises 


D523 


Turrets 


B404 


Turriff 


V177 


Turtles 


F506 


Tuscan Archit. 


B464 


Tuscany 


Q847 


— Dukes of 


Q848- 


Tuscarora Indians 


W083. 


Tutors 


A157 


Tver 


S064 


Tweed River 


V398 


Twelfth Century 


O053 


Twentieth Century 


O066 


Twenty-first Century 


O067 


Twilight 


D062 


Twine 


I426 


Twins 


H371 


Tyler, John (U. S.) 


Wi26- 


Tylopoda 


F870 


Tympana (Archit.) 


B369 


Tynemouth 


U409. 


Tyne River 


U407 


Type (Printing) 


M807 


Type- distribution 


M836. 


Typefounding 


M801 


Types of Mankind 


G027 


Typewriting 


M750. 


Typhacese 


E333 


Typhlitis 


H157 


Typhoid Fever 


H516 


Typhus Fever 


H518 


Typography 


M770-857 


Typology 


K282 


Tyre 


O028. 



413 



Tyr-Uni 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Uni-Upp 



TjTes (Carriages) 


B552 


Uniforms (Military) 


B936 


Tyrol 


S377 


Union of Anglo-Saxon Race' 


; V690 


Tyrone 


U066 


— ■ of England & Scotlanc 


U037 


Tyranny 


L230 


— of Parliaments (Eng. & 








Scot.) 


U038 


Udaipur 


P716 


Union Pipes 


C693 


Ude Lang. 


M350 


Unitarian Church 


K740 


Udine 


Q824 


United Brethren 


K725 


Ufa 


S131 


— Colonies of New Eng. 


W104 


Uganda 


O534 


— Free Church 


K913 


Ugliness 


J102 


— Kingdom 


V500 


Uigur Lang. & Liter. 


M312-13 


— Netherlands 


T007 


Uist, 


V142 


— Presbyterian Church 


K911 


Ulceration 


G336 


— Provinces (India) 


P820 


Ulcers 


H545 


— Provinces (Netherlands) T007 


Uleaborg 


S209 


— Secession Church 


K907 


Ulm 


S935 


— States of America 


Wioo 


Ulmaceas 


E461 


— — Indians 


W082 


Ulna 


G617 


Unity of Christianity 


K380 


Ulrika Eleonora 


T817 


Lfnivalves 


F220 


Ulster 


U050 


Universal Bibliography 


M761 


Ultramontonism 


K655 


— Biography 


Xooi 


UmbeUiferffi 


E799 


— Geography 


O200 


Umbellifloree 


E795 


— History 


Oooo 


LTmberto (Italy) 


Q642 


Universalist Church 


K972 


Umbilical Cord 


H375 


Universal Language 


M670 


Umbrellas 


I610 


— Portraits 


X211 


Umbria 


O876 


— Religion 


J 452 


Umbrian Lang. 


M423 


— Suffrage 


L271 


Unearned Increment 


L756 


— Writing 


M743 


Uncles 


G085 


Universe (Astron.) 


C801 


Unconsciousness 


Joio 


— (Mosaic) 


K126 


Unction, Extreme 


J 627 


Universities 


A180 


Underclothing 


I511 


University Extension 


A186 


Underground Phenomena 


D096 


Universology 


J004 


— Railways 


B515 


Unknown Diseases 


G380 


Undermanning Ships 


B730 


Unnatural Indulgence 


H305 


Underpinning 


B314 


— Offences 


L621 


Understanding 


J152 


Unpardonable Sin 


K334 


Undertakers 


H695 


Unseaworthy Ships 


B727 


Underwriting 


L975 


Unterfranken 


S974 


Undesirable Immigrants 


L085 


Unterwalden 


S516-7 


Unemployment 


L118 


Untruthfulness 


J 240 


Ungarn 


S400 


Upanishads 


K029 


Ungava 


W042 


Upholstery 


I336 


Unguenta 


G438 


Upper Austria 


S333 


Ungulata 


F800 


— Bavaria 


S950 


Uniat Schism 


K445 


— Burma 


P804 


Unicorns 


J572 


— Egypt 


O475 


Uniforms (Civil) 


I603 


— Franconia 


S963 



414 



Upp-Uto 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Utr-Van 



Upper Palatinate 


S960 


Upsala 


T905 


Uragoga 


E918 


Uralic Languages , 


M303 


Ural Mountains 


S121 


Uralsk 


S256 


Uranates 


D429 


Uranium 


D463 


Uranography 


C830 


Uranus (Astron.) 


C909 


Urban I. (Pope) 


Q654 


— II. — 


Q680 


— III. — 


Q686 


— IV. — 


Q690 


— V. — 


Q701 


— VI. — 


Q703 


— VII. — 


Q730 


— VIII. — 


Q735 


Urban Districts 


L381 


— Sanitation 


B253 


Urchins, Sea 


F178 


Ureters 


H216 


Urethra 


H217 


Uric Acid 


D868 


Uri (Canton) 


S510 


— (Town) 


S511 


Urinals 


B267 


Urinary-Genital Organs 


H230 


— Organs 


H200 


Urine 


H220 


Uriya Lang. 


M270 


Urn Burial 


C661 


Urochorda 


F403 


Urodela 


F483 


Ursuline Nuns 


K543 


Urticaceae 


E471 


Urticales 


E460 


Uruguay 


W836 


Usedom 


S734 


Useful Arts 


A903 


Ushant 


R259 


Ushers 


A157 


Usk River 


U256 


Usury 


L951 


Utah 


W450 


Ute Indians 


W088 


Uterine Descent 


G032 


Uterus 


H348 


Utilitarianism 


J381 


Utopias 


L241 



Utrecht (Province) 


T183 


— (Town) 


T184 


Uttaramimarisa 


J310 


Uvulae 


G914 


Vaal River 


O744 


Vacations (School) 


A133 


Vaccination 


H532 


Vagabondage 


L077 


Vagina 


H353 


Vaginaismus 


H354 


Vagrancy 


L077 


Vaisheshika 


J306 


Valais 


S565 


Valdemar (Denmark) 


T505 


Valence 


R434 


Valencia (Province) 


R777 


— (Town) 


R780 


Valenciennes 


R209 


Valens (Byz.) 


Q321 


Valentines 


J707 


Valentine's (St.) Day 


J706 


Valentinian I. 


Q600 


— II. 


Q603 


Vale of Leven 


V297 


Valerian 


E927 


Valerianacese 


E926 


Valerianus 


Q563 


Valetta 


Q044 


Valladolid 


R713 


Valleys 


D092 


Valois, House of 


R060 


Valparaiso 


W833 


Valuation (Municipal) 


L386 


Valve Bugle 


C65Q 


— Horn 


C668 


Valves 


B167 


Steam 


C272 


Valve Trumpet 


C663 


Valvular Disease (Heart) 


H058 


Vamping 


C649 


Vampire Bats 


F742 


Van 


Q169 


Vanadates 


D422 


Vanadium 


D475 


Van Buren, M. (U. S.) 


W124 


Vancongadas 


R722 


Vancouver 


W027 


— Island 


W028 


Vandals 


Q005 



415 



Van-Veg 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Veh-Ver 



Van Dieman's Land 


P070 


Vanilla 


E428 


Vanity 


J236 


Vannes 


R293 


Vans 


B561 


Vaporization, Chem. 


D711 


- (Oil) 


C286 


Vapour Baths 


G527 


Var 


R367 


Varangian Kingdom 


S003 


Variable Stars 


C932 


Variation (Biol.) 


E012 


Variations (Music.) 


C461 


Varicose Veins 


H037 


Variety Halls 


N242 


Variola 


H530 


Varnishes 


D951 


Varnishing 


D951 


Vasa 


S211 


Vasa, Gustaf 


T806 


\^asa, House of 


T805 


Vasali. See Basil 




Vasa Order 


X168 


Vascular Cryptogams 


E280 


Vascular System 


E025 


Vas Deferens 


H324 


Vaseline 


D812 


Vases 


D965 


Vassalage 


L204 


Vatican Council 


K483 


Vaucluse 


R376 


Vaud 


S561 


Vaudevilles 


N215 


Vaudois 


K712 


Vault Burial 


H662 


Vaulting (Archit.) 


B382 


Vaulting (Athletics) 


H725 


Vaults 


B3S3 


Vedas 


K022-29 


Vedettes 


B966 


Vedic Lang. 


M257 


Vegetable Chemicals 


D902 


— Drugs 


G401 


— Marrows 


E937 


— Poisons 


G451 


— Products 


I700 


Vegetables (Garden) 


I227 


Vegetarianism 


I802 


Vegetation, Forms of 


E151 


— Zones 


E170 



Vehicular Engineering B550 

Vehmgericht L180 

Vehmic Tribunals L180 

Veins H030 

Velloziacese E405 

Vellum M863 

— Bindings M876 
Velocipedes B580 
Velocity (Light) C103 

— (Physics) B027 

Velvet I461 

Velveteen I414 

Venae Cavas H031 

Vendee R271 

Vendors L834-59 

Veneering 1 331 

Venereal Diseases H307 

Venery G072 

Venesection G578 

Venetia Q816 

Venetian Glass D991 

Venezia Q815-7 

Venezuela W710 

Venice (City) Q816 

— (Province) Q815 

— Republic) Q817 
Ventilation B356 

— (Mine) D625 
Ventnor U780 
Ventriloquism M185 
Venus (Astron.) C904 
Vera Cruz W522 
Verandahs B387 
Verbena E871 
Verbenaceas E870 
Verbs M035 
Verd, Cape, Islands O930 
Verdicts L545 
Verdun R413 
Vergers J939 
Vermes F130 
Vermiform Appendix H158 
Vermin Destroying F763 
Vermland T923 
Vermont W210 
Vermouth I849 
Verona Q825 
Veronica E895 
Versailles R484 
Versification N132 



416 



Ver-Vil 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Vil-Vit 



Vertebral Column 


G603 


Vertebrata 


F410 


Vertigo 


G740 


Verviers 


T339 


Vesicants 


H443 


Vesiculse Seminales 


H325 


Vesoul 


R424 


Vespariae 


F344 


Vespasian 


Q539 


Vespers 


J611 


Vessels (Church) 


J963 


Vessels, Lights on 


B704 


Vesterbotten 


T932 


Vesternorrland 


T929 


Vestibules 


B393 


Vestmanland 


T925 


Vestments (Church) 


J961 


Vestries 


L369 


Vesuvius 


Q918 


Vetches 


E624 


Veterinary Medicine 


Iioo 


Vevey 


S563 


Viaducts 


B220 


Viajina do Castello 


R902 


Viaticum 


J627 


Viborg (Denmark) 


T554 


— (Finland) 


S210 


Vibration (Physics) 


B028 


— (Sound) 


C301 


Vicars 


J911 


Vicenza 


Q826 


Viceroys of Ireland 


U030 


Vices 


J234 


Vices (Machines) 


B132 


Victor Emanuel. See Vittorio 


Victoria and Albert, Order 


X129 


Victoria (Australia) 


P060 


— (Canada) 


W029 


Victoria Cross 


X136 


Victoria Nyanza 


O535 


Victoria, Queen 


V568 


Victoria Water LUy 


E512 


Vielle 


C646 


Vienna 


S332 


— Pottery 


D979 


Vienne 


R275 


— Council of 


K478 


Vikings 


T401 


Village Communities 


L734 


Villages 


L383 



Vma Real 

Villas 

Villeinage 

Vilna 

Vincennes 

Vincent de Paul, Sisters 

Vinegar 

Vinegars (Pharmacy) 

Vines, Grape 

Vineyards 

Vingt-et-un 

Viola 

Violaceae 

Viol da Gamba 

Viol d'Amore 

Violet (Colour) 

Violets 

Violinists 

Violins 

Violoncello 

Viols 

Virginals 

Virginia 

Virginia City 

— Creepers 

— Plantation 
Virgin Islands 
Virginity 
Virtues 
Viscosity 

Vises 

Vishim 

Visible Speech 

Visigoths 

Vision 

Visions 

Visitations 

Visitations, Heralds 

Visiting Cards 

Vitacese 

Vitality 

Vitebsk 

Vitellius (Rome) 

Viticulture 

Vittorio Amadeo I. (Sard.) 

— — II. 
Vittorio Emanuele I. (Italy) 

— — II. 

— — I. (Sard.) 
Vitus' (St.) Dance 



R911 

B433 
L152 
S091 
R488 

K544 
I869 
G412 
E707 
I860 
H626 
C611 
E750 
C608 
C607 
C127 

E751 

X020 

C610 

C612 

C606 

C642 

W301 

W426 

E709 

Wioi 

W675 

J 276 

J250 

D952 

B132 

K021 

M681 

R601 

G801 

J591 

L730 
X091 
X208 
E706 
Eooo 

S092 
Q538 

I860 

Q952 

Q954 
Q641 

Q643 
Q956 
G719 



417 



ID 



Viv-Vow 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Voy-War 



Vivandiere 


B901 


Voyages (Collective) 


O250- 


Vivisection 


F005 


Vulcanite 


I703 


Vizcayo 


R723 


Vulgarisms 


M045 


Vizcu ' 


R922 


Vulgarity 


J 114 


Vladimir 


S065 


Vulgate 


K114 M425 


— St. Order 


X161 


Vulva 


H357 


Vladivostock 


S288 


Vyatka 


S122 


Vlissingen 


T174 






Vocal Culture 


C513 


Wager of Battle 


L506 


— Forms 


C500 


Wagers 


L934 


Vocalises 


C516 


Wages 


L145 


Vocalists 


X022 


Waggons, Railway 


B533 


Vocal Music 


C500 


— Street 


B561 


— — (Concerted) 


C580 


Waiters 


I990 


— — Solo 


C590 


Wakefield 


U470 


— Organs 


G902 


Wakes (Dead) 


H681 


— Practice 


C512 


— (Holidays) 


J700 


Vochysiaceae 


E665 


Walcheren 


T173 


Vodka 


I836 


Waldeck 


S845 


Voices (Music) 


C520 


Waldenses 


K712 


Volapuk 


M672 


Waldhorn 


C667 


Volcanic Rocks 


D362 


Wales 


U200 


Volcanoes 


D071 


— and England 


U300 


Voles 


F759 


— North 


U230 


Volgaic Lang. 


M311 


— South 


U255 


Volga River 


S128 


Walfish Bay 


O768 


Volhynia 


S096 


Walking (Biol.) 


E044 


Volition 


J 170 


— (Pedestrian) 


H721 


Volkslieder 


C591 


— Sticks 


I615 


Vologda 


S059 


Walks 


H721 


Volumetric Analysis (Chem.) 


D733 


Wallace, Sir William 


V022 


— Geometry 


A506 


Wallachia 


Q460 


Voluntary Schools 


A164 


Wallachian Lang. 


M450 


Volunteer Artillery 


B891 


Wallingford 


U736 


— Cavalry 


B885 


Walloon I,ang. 


M442 


— Engineers 


B197 


Wall Papers 


A694 


— Infantry 


B895 


Walls 


B313 


Volunteers, General 


B873 


— (Fortifications) 


B977 


— Naval 


B825 


Wallsend 


U410 


Volvulus 


H173 


Walnut Tree 


E459 


Vomiting 


H141 


Walruses 


F969 


Vorarlberg 


S377 


WalsaU 


U603 


Voronezh 


S077 


Walthamstow 


U858 


Vortex- atoms 


B005 


Waltzes 


C496 


Vosges 


R416 


Waltzing 


H981 


Voters Registration 


I-275 


Wandsworth 


U968 


Votes (Parliamentary) 


L303 


Wapentakes 


L370 


Voting 


L270 


War 


B950 


Vowels 


M012 


Wards, Infirmary 


H612 


Vows 


L527 


Wards (Law) 


L790 



418 



War-Wat 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Wat-Wel 



Wareham 
Warfare 
War Game 

— Honours of 

— Macliines 
Wanning 
War, Ministries 

— Office 

— of Independence (U. S.) 

— of Secession (U. S.) 

— Prisoners of 
Warrant Officers 
Warranty 
Warrington 
Warsaw 

War Ships 

Wars of the Roses 

Warszawa 

Warts 

Warwick 

Warwickshire 

Washing (Baths) 

— (Laundry) 
Washington D. C. (U. S.) 
Washington, George (U. S.) 
Washington Territory 
Wash, The 
Wasps 
Wasserburg 
Waste Lands 

— Merchants 

— Products 

— (Sanitary) 
Watches (Ship) 
Watches (Time) 
Watchmaking 

— Trade 

Water 

— Beetles 

— Chutes 
Water-colour Painting 
Water Cresses 

— Fleas 
Waterford (Co.) 

— (Town) 
Water Fowl 

— Gas 
Watering Places 
Watering Streets 

; Water Kelpies 



U687 
B950 
B947 
B991 
B942 
C218 
B851 
B850 
W108 
Win 
B986 
B819 
L849 

U513 
S188 
B806 

U351 

S188 

H436 

U611 

U610 

G532 

I952 

W2go 

W116 

W475 

U545 

F344 

S951 

I006 

I440 

D907 

B262 

B705 

D290 

D280 

D296 

D141 

F323 

H788 

A616 

E556 
F246 
U190 
U191 
F630 
D925 

G537 
B281 

J564 



Waterloo T312 

Watermarks (Paper) M862 

Water on the Brain G755 

— Organ C723 

— Plants E155 

— Polo H741 

— Power D140 
Waterproofing I704 
Waters (Pharmacy) G413 

— Pollution B272 
Waterspouts D228 
Water Tube Boilers C211 

— Works D144 
Waves D122 
Wave Theory (Light) Cioi 

— — (Sound) C302 
Wax D957 
Wax Figures A803 

— Works A804 

Wealth Lioi 

Weaning H388 

Weapons B911 

— Obsolete B942 

— (Savage Races) B941 
Wear River U426 
Weasels F910 
Weather D245 
Weaving I404 
Weddings G060 
Wedge B040 
Wedgewood Ware D983 
Wednesbury U604 
Wednesday D057 
Weeds I021 
Weeks D032 
Weevils F332 
Weights and Measures A450 

— British A451 

— Foreign A452 

— Obsolete A453 

— Standardization A455 
Weihaiwei P439 
Weimar, Saxe- S865 
Weimar (Town) S867 
Weirs D145 
Welding D652 
Wellesley Islands P043 
Wellington (N. Z.) P086 
WeUs D153 

— Artesian Di54 



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Wel-Wes CLASSIFICATION. 


Wes-Whi 


Wells (Town) 


U676 


West Prussia 


S719 


Welsh Calvinistic Methodists 


K834 


West Riding 


U450 


— Harp 


C624 


— Russia 


S089 


— Language 


M407 


— Saxons 


U305 


— Literature (Celtic) 


M408 


— Sussex 


U787 


- - (English) 


M529 


— Virginia 


W305 


Welshpool 


U251 


Wet Nursing 


H387 


Wenceslas IIL (Bohemia) 


S343 


Wet-plate Photos 


A759 


— IV. — 


S34.5 


Wexford (Co.) 


U150 


— V. — 


S346 


— (Town) 


U151 


— VL — 


S351 


Weymouth 


U688 


Wendish Lang. 


M482 


Whale-louse 


F272 


Wends, Princes of 


S816 


Whales 


F891 


Wenlock 


U641 


— Right 


F892 


Wens 


H557 


— Sperm 


F893 


Were- wolves 


J573 


Wharves 


B248 


Wesleyan Methodists 


K831 


Wheat 


E354 


— — American Ch 


K832 


Wheel and Axle 


B164 


— Reform Union 


K839 


— gearing 


B164 


Wessex 


U633 


Wheeling (U. S.) 


W306 


— Saxons 


U305 


Wheels Cog 


B042 


West Africa 


O800 


— (Vehicle) 


B551 


— African Islands 


O900 


— Water 


D174 


— Asian Languages 


M301 


Wheelwrights 


B553 


— Australia 


P025 


Whigs 


L252 


— Bromwich 


U605 


Whins 


E619 


Western AustraUa 


P025 


Whippet-hounds 


F921 


— Counties 


U630 


Whipping 


L683 


— Empire 


Q600 


Whirlpools 


D120 


— Islands 


V105 


Whirlwinds 


D229 


— or Roman Catholic Ch. K601 


Whiskey 


I835 


— Siberia 


S271 


Whist 


H918 


— States 


W400 


Whistle (Flageolet) 


C684 


Westfalen 


S760 


Whistles, Steam 


C278 


West Flanders 


T320 


Whistling 


C530 


— Ham 


U859 


Whist, Progressive 


H919 


— Hartlepool 


U428 


— Short 


H921 


— Indies 


W630 


— Solo 


H920 


— — Danish 


W677 


White Ants 


F306 


— — Dutch 


W676 


— Canons 


K515 


— — French 


W666 


Whitechapel 


IJ939 


— London 


U902 


White Corpuscles 


H003 


— Lothian 


V320 


— Friars 


K518 


— Meath 


U118 


Whitehaven 


U413 


Westminster 


U908 


White Lead 


D949 


— Abbey 


U911 


— Mountains 


W207 


— Confession 


Kgo2 


— Races 


G046 


Westmoreland 


U430 


— Swelling 


G655 


Westphalia 


S760 


— Water Lily 


E513 


Westpreussen 


S719 


Whithorn 


V360 



420 



Whi-Wil 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Wim-Wom 



Whitlows G625 

Whitsuntide J 723 

Wholesale Trading L856 

Whooping Cough H529 

Whortleberries E821 

Wick V121 

Wicket-keeping H755 

Wicklow (Co.) U141 

— (Town) U142 
Widnes U514 
Widows G104 
Wien S332 
Wiesbaden S768 
Wigan U515 
Wight, Isle of U776 
Wigs H463 
Wigton V358 
Wigtonshire V357 
Wigwams B908 
Wild Cattle F853 

— Cats F955 

— Flowers E174 

— Gardens E174 
Wilhelmina (Holland) T106 
WUhelm of Holland (H. R. E.) S636 
Wilhelm I. (Prussia, Germany) S710 

— n. (Germany) S679 
WiU J 169 
Wmem I. (Holland) T102 

— II. — T103 

— III. — T104 

— of Nassau(Netherlands) T013 

— II. — T017 

— III. — V560 

— IV. — T020 

— V. — T021 

— VI. — T022 
William I. (England) U335 

— II. — U336 

— III. (U. K.) V560 

— IV. — V567 

— I. (Scotland) V015 
William. See Willem and 

Wilhelm 

Willows E444 

Wills L780 

Wilmington W272 

Wilton U748 

— Carpets I454 
Wiltshire U740 



Wimbledon U837 

Winchelsea U797 

Winchester U766 

Wind D223 

— Harp C627 
Winding (Mining) D634 
Wind Instruments (Cup) C655 

— — (Keyed) C715 

— — (Reed) C690 
Windlasses B664 
Windmills D261 
Windows B334-36 
Windpipe G926 
Wind Pollination E122 
Winds D223-26 
Windsor U737 

— Castle U738 
Windward Islands W661 
Wines I860 
Wings E045 
Winnebagoe Indians W086 
Winnipeg W038 
Winnowing 1 2 02 
Winter D038 
Wire D675 
Wireless Telegraphy B637 
Wire Working D676 
Wiring, Electric C070 
Wisbech U552 
Wisconsin W370 
Wisdom J 269 

— Book of K246 
Wit N322 
Witchcraft J535 
Witches J535 
Witnesses L522 
Wives G067 
Wokingham U739 
Wolfenbuttel, Dukes of S837 
Wolf-hounds F924 
Wolof Lang. M206 
Wolverhampton U606 
Wolves F949 
Woman Gioi 

— Hating G106 
— T Suffrage L274 

Womb H348 

Wombats F714 

W^omen Gioi 

— and Children,Diseases H391 



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Wom-Wou 


CLASSIFICATION. 


Wre-Yek 


Women (Biog.) 


X045 


Wrecking 


B754 


Women's Rights 


G102 


Wrecks 


B751 


Wonder 


J 166 


Wrens 


F671 


Wonders of the World 


O230 


Wrestlers 


H727 


Wonsan 


P386 


Wrestling 


H726 


Wood 


I260 


Wrexham 


U243 


— Block Flooring 


B334 


Writer's Cramp 


G663 


Woodburytype 


A736 


Writers to Signet 


L485 


Woodcarving 


I332 


Writing 


M707-43 


Woodcocks 


F653 


Writs 


L534 


Wooden Bridges 


B223 


Wrong 


J203 


Wood-engraving 


A716 


Wrongs (Law) 


L570 


Woodlice 


F273 


Wry Neck 


G935 


Woodpeckers 


F659 


Wuchang 


P459 


Wood Pulp 


I360 


Wuchou 


P477 


Woods and Forests 


I254 


Wiirtemburg 


S930 


— — (Boai 


-ds) I251 


Wiirttemberg 


S930 


Woodstock 


U730 


Wurzburg 


S976 


Woodworking 


I300 


Wye River 


U656 


Woodwork, Inlaid 


I328 


Wyoming 


W430 


Wool-carding 


I433 






Woollen Manufactures 


I430 


Xanthium 


E955 


Wools 


I431 


Xanthochroid Man 


Goio 


Woolsorter's Disease 


H407 


Xerophytes 


E157 


Wool-sorting 


I432 


Xerxes L (Persia) 


P905 


Woolwich 


U952 


— IL — 


P908 


Worcester 


U646 


Xiphosura 


F276 


— (Mass.) 


W221 


Xois Empire 


O410 


Worcestershire 


U645 


Xoite Empire 


O410 


Worcester Ware 


D980 


X Rays 


C102 


Words 


M passim 


Xylographic Printing 


M771 


Workhouses 


L074 


Xylography 


A716 


Workington 


U414 


Xylonite 


I361 


Work (Labour) 


L106 


Xylophone 


C749 


Workmen 


L108 


XjTridacese 


E377 


Work (Physics) 


B032 






Workshop Receipts 


Agio 


Yachting 


B669 


Works of God 


K326 


Yachts 


B669 


— (Salvation) 


K343 


Yagurveda 


K025 


World 


0-W passim 


Yakunoshima 


P358 


Worlds, Plurality of 


C803 


Yakutsk 


S279 


Worms (Diseases) 


H501-8 


Yams 


E408 


Worms (Hesse) 


S929 


Yang-tsi-kiang Ri^'er 


P431 


Worms (Zool.) 


F130 


Yankton 


W406 


Wormwood 


E961 


Yarkand 


P496 


Worship 


J 400-900 


Yarmouth, Great 


U557 


— of Dead 


J458 


Yarns 


I411 


Worsteds 


I435 


Yaroslar 


S061 


Worthing 


U798 


Year Books 


A040 


Wounds 


H576 


Yeast 


E215 


— Gunshot 


H577 


Yekaterinoslar 


S108 



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Yel-Zam 



CLASSIFICATION. 



Zam-Zym 



Valley 



Yellow (Colour) 
Yellow Fever 
Yellowstone Park 
Yellow Water Lily 
Yemen 
Yenesi River 
Yeniseisk 
Yeomanry 
Yeovil 
Yews 
Yezo 

Yiddish Lang. & Liter. 
Yoga 
Yojo, Go- 
Yokohama 
Yonne 
York, City 
Yorkshire 

— East Riding 

— North Riding 

— West Riding 
Yoruba 
Yosemite 
Youghal 
Young 
Young Men's Christian Assoc. 

(U. K.) 
Young Men's Christian Assoc. 

(U. S.) 
Young People's Soc. of 

Christian Endeavour 
Young Women's Christian 

Assoc. 
Youth 
Ypren 
Ypres 

Ystrad-y-fodwg 
Ytterbium 
Yttrium 
Yucatan 
Yuen Dynasty 
Yukon 
Yuletide 
Yuma Lang. 
Yungching (China) 
Yiinnan (City) 

— (District) 

Zacatecas 
Zagrab 
Zambesi River 



C123 
H521 
W430 
E514 
Q293 
S276 
S281 
B885 
U677 
E326 

P.347 
M237 

J308 
P308 
P333 
R539 
U439 
U435 
U445 
U440 
U'450 
O825 
W460 
U188 
G022 

K981 

K982 

K952 

K983 
G022 
T324 
T324 
U265 
D450 

D445 
W525 
P418 
W031 
J730 
M651 
P423 
P481 
P480 

W535 
S456 

O625 



Zambezia O782 

Zamora R714 

Zanthe Q388 

Zanzibar O540 

— Sultans O541 
Zara S394 
Zaragoza R730 
Zealand (Denmark) T560 

— (Holland) T172 
Zechariah K168 
Zend Avesta K063 
Zend Language M288 
Zenith D017 
Zephaniah K166 
Zermatt S568 
Zinc D465 
Zincography A739 
Zingiber acete E418 
Zionism Koio 
Zirconium D482 
Zither C632 
Zoantharia F123 
Zodiac C850 
Zodiacal Light C927 
Zoetrope A787 
ZoUverein L914 
Zones of Vegetation E170 
Zones (Time) D279 
Zone System (Railway) B539 
Zoological Gardens F021 
Zoologists X028 
Zoology Fooo 

— Economic F031 

— Marine F035 
Zoophytes F106 
Zor Q182 
Zoroastrianism K060 
Zozimus (Pope) Q658 
Zug (Canton) S529 
— (Town) S530 
Zululand O753 
Zurich (Canton) S523 

— (Town) S524 

Zutphen T162 

Zuyder Zee T195 

Zwickau Sggg 

Zwinglism K726 

Zwolle T158 

Zygomycetes E253 

Zygophyllacese E644 

Zymotic Diseases G314 



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