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To learn to classify is in itself an education^* — Alkx. Bain 



Decimal Classification 



and 



Eelativ Index 



for libraries, clippings, notes, etc. 



p-^^CHr,-o.. 



• • • 

* • • • 



''*• Peter W-"'^'-'^^^ 

By 

Melvil Dewey, A. M. {Amherst) 

Secretary University of the State of New York; Director New York State Library 



1894 

Library Bureau 

BOSTON: 146 Franklin st. PHILADELPHIA: 603 Chestnut at. 

NEW YORK: 978 Stewart b'ld'g CHICAGO: 125 Franklin at. 

LONDON : ai Bloomsbury at. 
near Britiah Muaeum 





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There will be sent, as publisht, to owners on record, matter adding greatly to 
the value of this book. To guard against errors, if the owner*s address, as given on 
the slip pasted in opposit this note, is changed, send notice promptly to the pub- 
lishers 

Library Bureau, 146 Franklin St., Boston 






Copyright 1876, by Melvil Dewey 



Copyright 1885, by Melvil Dewey 

Copyright 1 888, by Library Bureau 

Copyright 1S91, by Library Bureau 

Copvrififht 1894, by Library Bureau 




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CONTENTS 



EXPLANATION 
INTRODUCTION 

Description 

Origin and growth . 

Extent of use . 

What is the system ? 

Decimal form . 

Best known decimal form 

Relativ Subject Index 

What the Index includes 

Explanation of tables 

Choice and arrangement of heads 

Sequence of allied subjects 

Co-ordination . 

New subjects . 

Catch titles 

Form distinctions 

Minute classification 

Mnemonics 

Decimalism 

Sizes on shelves 
Catalogs 

Name catalog . 

Shelf-list 

Subject catalog 

Dictionary catalog 
Advantages 

Shelves . 

Shelf-list . 

Accession book 

Pamflets . 

Sale duplicates 

Charging system 

Subject references 

Recataloging . 

Adaptability 

Arabic numerals 

Endowment of special departments 

Summary .... 

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Suggestions to users 


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Plan of tables . 


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" Index . 


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Numeration . . . , 


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Familiarity with classification 


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How to find subject of book 


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Assigning class numbers 


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Number of figures used in class 


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Building numbers 


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Book numbers . . . . 


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Variations practicable 


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Cautions 


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Letter notations for changes . 


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Fiction and juvenils 


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Biografy . . . . 


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Travel . . . . 


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Parallel libraries 


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Reference library 


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Contractions for specialists 


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Alfabet or chronology for final 


subdivisioi 


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Broken order . . . . 


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Topical indexes 


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Acknowledgments 


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CONTENTS 



TABLES AND INDEX 

First summary, the ten main Classes . . 
Second " the hundred main Divisions 



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the thousand Sections 



Tables of the Sub-sections of General works 



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Philosophy 
Religion . . 
Sociology 
Philology 
Natural science 
Useful arts 



Fine arts 

Literature 

History 



Explanation of Index 

Relativ Subject Index 

Alphabetical table of topics divided geographically . . 

Alphabetical table of form divisions 

Alphabetical table of languages 

Alphabetical table of philological divisions 

Alphabetical table of literatures 

Supplement to Index 



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407-576 

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580-581 

582-583 

584-5 

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EXPLANATION 

The field of knowledge is divided into nine main classes and these 
are numbered by the digits, i to 9. Cyclopedias, periodicals, etc., so 
general in character as to belong to no one of these classes are marked 
nought, and form a tenth class. Each class is similarly separated into 9 
divisions, general works belonging to no division having nought in place 
of the division number. Divisions are similarly divided into 9 sections 
and the process is repeated as often as necessary. Thus 512 means 
Class 5 (Natural Science), Division i (Mathematics), Section 2 
(Algebra), and every Algebra is numbered 512. 

The books on the shelves and the cards in the subject catalog are 
arranged in simple numerical order, all class numbers being decimals. 
Since each subject has a definite number, it follows that all books on 
any subject must stand together. These tables show the order in which 
subjects follow one another. Thus 512 Algebra precedes 513 Geometry 
and follows 5 1 1 Arithmetic. 

Summaries. The first summary shows the ten Classes into 
which all topics are divided. The second summary shows the nine 
Divisions of each of the ten classes, and is useful as a bird's-eye view of 
the whole scheme on a single page. Then follow ten pages, one for 
each class, showing the nine Sections into which each of the nine 
divisions of each class are divided. These pages are to be used for a 
synoptic view on a single page of the scope of each class. 

Sub-sections. Following these three summaries is the complete 
classification, which repeats, in proper order, all the classes, divisions, 
and sections with all the sub-sections given under each section. 
Synonymous terms, examples, brief notes, dates, and various catch-words 
are often added to the simple heads for the convenience of the user, 
who thus gets a fuller and clearer idea of the field which each number 
covers. Therefore all references to numbers should be looked up in 
the full tables of sub-sections; never in the Summaries, which are 
really only a tabic of contents of the Complete Tables. 

Index. After the tables is an index, in which all the heads of the 
tables are arranged in one simple alphabet, with the class number of 
each referring to its exact place in the preceding tables. This index 
includes also, as far as they have been found, all the synonyms or 
alternative names for the heads, and many other entries that seemed likely 
to help a reader find readily the subject sought. Though the user knows 
just where to turn to his subject in the tables, by first consulting the 
index he may be sent to other allied subjects, where he will find 
valuable matter which he would otherwise overlook. 

Full explanations. Detailed illustrations and rules for the many 
applications of this system and full explanations of its mnemonic and 
other important features will be found in the introduction to the full 
edition from which the ** Tables and Index ** are reprinted. 

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INTRODUCTION 

[The simplified spellings used are strongly recommended for general adoption by both 
the American and English Philological Associations, including nearly all prominent scholars 
in English now living.] 

Origin and growth. — The plan of the following Classification and 
Index was developt early in 1873. It was the result of several 
months* study of library economy as found in some hundreds of books 
and pamflets, and in over 50 personal visits to libraries. In this study 
the author became convinced that the usefulness of these libraries 
might be greatly increast without added expenditure. Only a fraction 
of the good possible could be gotten from a library without catalogs, 
indexes, and aids, to tell librarians and readers what the collection 
containd on any given subject; yet, by the methods then used, this 
could be done satisfactorily only at a cost so great as to be prohibitiv 
to all but a few wealthy libraries. With rare exceptions, libraries 
were growing rapidly. Catalogs, made at great cost, became anti- 
quated soon after being finisht. The methods used involvd frequent 
remarking and re-arrangement of the books and remaking of catalogs 
and indexes, as the only escape from a confusion that seriously 
crippled usefulness. In this repetition of work experience and skill of 
previous librarians were largely lost. The great need was a system 
which should enable each librarian to stand on the shoulders of his 
predecessors, and fully utilize their labors ; which should make the 
work done to-day permanent, instead of something to be superseded 
within a few years, and therefore not worth doing in the best way ; 
which should supply the best appliances, instead of leaving the young 
librarian not only to learn how to work, but to make all his own tools. 

Seventeen years* practical use of the system here explaind proves 
that it will accomplish this result ; for with its aid catalogs, shelf lists, 
indexes, and references, essential to this increast usefulness, can be 
made faster and cheaper than by any method not having its essential 
features, and, when done, are better and vastly more permanent. 

Practical utility and economy are the keynotes of the entire system, 
and no theoretical refinement has been allowd to modify the scheme, 
if it would detract from its usefulness or add to its cost. 

It was chiefly necessary to find a method that would index books and 
pamflets on the shelves, the cards of a catalog, clippings and notes of 
scrap-books and index rerums, references to all these items, and indeed 
any literary material in any form, as readily as an ordinary index guides 

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DECIMAL CLASSIFICATION 

to the proper page of a bound book. This difficult problem has been 
solvd by using no reference marks except the simplest symbols known 
to the human mind — the Arabic numerals — and by aiding their 
simplicity with many practical mnemonic devices. 

The system has been found on trial equally valuable for cataloging 
and indexing, and for numbering and arranging books and pamflets on 
the shelves. For notes on other uses, see p. 37. 

When the first edition was published in 1876, 12 pages of tables 
containing the thousand sections were criticised as being altogether 
too elaborate for use even in a large library. As fast, however, as 
the Relativ Index with its remarkable powers became known, users 
askt for further subdivisions, and both tables and Index have steadilv 
grown since it has been found so easy to gain the admitted great 
advantages of close classification, and yet avoid the old difficulties by 
means of the Relativ Index. 

Extent of use. — The register of libraries which have actually 
adopted the system, though growing rapidly, is known to be very 
incomplete. Names are often added of libraries which have used the 
system for five or 10 years without our learning the fact. A careful 
registry is kept of the buyer of each classification printed, but we make 
no assumption that a library has adopted the system because it has 
ordered a copy of the book. 

We print below a brief table showing the growth of the four editions. 
The nearest estimate possible gives from 200-300 libraries, besides a 
large number of private book owners and literary workers having the 
system in daily use. 





Date 




No. of pages 






Edition 


Preface, etc 


Tables Index 


Total 


Copies printed 


I 


1876 


12 


12 18 


42 


1,000 


2 


1885 


66 


162 86 


314 


500 


3 


1888 


4 


227 185 


416 


500 


4 


1 891 


41 


234 191 


466 


1,000 



What is the system? — A Relativ Index* with a subject classifica- 
tion, so numberd or letterd that reference is compact, accurate, and 
quickly made, is the essential feature, and anything beyond this is 
merely the application of this plan with various helps and accessories. 

'Tho the author is interested only in the usefulness of the system, not in questions of 
priority of its invention, extended investigation by others fails to show that this most impor- 
tant feature of the system — the relativ index, on which all else hinges — had ever before 
been used as here to index by a single reference the most diverse material. The relativ loca- 
tion had been used, but not in the present combination with the subject index, which gives it 
most of its value. The tables of classification, while adopting suggestions from many sources, 
are original in their system of arrangement and notation, and in many minor features. The 
decimal form and many mnemonic features of the system have not been found in earlier use, 
tho since their invention in 1873, ^^^ ^^ ^^^^ ^ ^^^ subject index and other features have been 
very frequently copied, often with, but oftener without, acknowledgment of their source. But 
the author is glad to find this system, which has cost him so much labor, doing good service 
even for those who neglect to mention where they found so valuable a labor-saving literary 

tool. ^gj 



DECIMAL FORM OF THE SYSTEM 

Any subject classification with a relativ index in which the one entry 
indexes a book in the ordinary way, and at the same time indexes 
shelves, cards, clippings, or any other literary material, is a form of this 
system. 

Decimal form of the system. — The author has devised and experi- 
mented with several different plans of classification and notation by 
means of numbers, letters, and combined numbers and letters, with 
bases of 26, 35, (the latter accepted by Mr Cutter and now most admir- 
ably workt out in his Boston Athenaeum classification), 50, 100, and 
150, yet none have seemd good enough to warrant fully working out 
and publishing details, except that here printed, based on Arabic 
numerals used decimally. The wide adoption of this system is largely 
due to the fact that no one ever complains that a classification is too 
simple, while there is great danger of the complaint of complexity. 
The simplicity of the decimal form has so commended itself that many 
think of it as the only form, tho obviously it would be just as much the 
" relativ index system " if the classification were wholly markt by 
letters. 

The Subject Index is the simplest application of the symbols next 
in simplicity to i, 2, 3 ; viz. a, b, c. This use of the simplest two sets of 
symbols known, with their common meanings, has given the system 
its reputation as the simplest yet proposed. 

Best known decimal form. — The decimal form means simply that 
the heads are groupt and numberd with the common arithmetical fig- 
ures used decimally. As the system here printed is the only decimal 
form that has thus far been carefully elaborated and publisht, it is com- 
monly thought and spoken of as if it alone were the only possible form 
of the author's original plan ; tho obviously an infinite variety of 
"relativ index systems " in decimal form could be made by filling the 
outline with different heads, or with the same heads in different order. 

To make out a new set of heads would involve labor and cost vastly 
beyond the dreams of any person who has not tried exactly this work. 
The time actually spent on the tables as here printed, by various com- 
petent workers, would aggregate several years and cost thousands of 
dollars. The uniform and urgent advice of the experienced is to adopt 
a poorer scheme already made rather than undertake so herculean a 
labor. When done, the maker may possibly be better suited with it, 
but it is doubtful if many others will be. It is vastly wiser for any 
man whose time is of value, to use it in something more practically 
useful to himself and his library than in trying to construct a ** satis- 
factory '* scheme of classification. No one yet ever wholly suited him- 
self or any one else, and probably no one ever will. By adopting this 
scheme already workt out he saves much time and money, gains the 
immense advantage of using a system in common with hundreds of 

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DECIMAL CLASSIFICATION 

Others, so that he may utilize their labors and investigations and share 
with them the economies of cooperation. 

Relativ Subject Index. — The alfabetical Index, the most impor- 
tant feature of the system, is as complete as could be made by com- 
bining the headings of leading catalogs and bibliografies, and adding 
such as users of the system have found desirable in 17 years' expe- 
rience. After all these efforts, new headings will still be needed, and 
will be added in each new edition. 

The Index is designd to guide both in numbering and in finding books. 
In assigning numbers, the most specific head that will contain the book 
having been determind, reference to that head in the Index gives the 
class number which should be assignd. Conversely, in finding books 
on any given subject, reference to the Index gives the number under 
which they are to be sought on the shelves, in the shelf list, or in the 
subject catalog. Whenever a new subject comes up, it and its syno- 
nyms, with the class-number decided on, should be interlined in the 
Index, so that the classifier may be uniform with himself in future work. 

The Index aims to give similar or synonymous words, and the same 
words in different connections, so that any person of intelligence will 
hardly fail to get the right number. A reader wishing to know some- 
thing of the tariff looks under T, and, at a glance, finds 337 as its class- 
number. This guides him to the shelves, to all the books and pam- 
flets, to the shelf catalog, to the subject catalog on cards, to the index 
of books charged at the loan desk, and, in short, in simple numerical 
order, thruout the whole library to anything bearing on his subject. If 
he turns to the tables, he will see that it means class 3, Sociology ; 
division 3, Political economy ; section 7, Protection and free trade ; but 
the number alone is enough to classify the book or to find it, for either 
cataloger or reader. If he had lookt under P for protection, or F for 
free trade, or D for duties, or C for customs, or under any other leading 
word relating to his subject, he would have been referd to 337, or some 
one of its sub-divisions. 

Had he lookt for ** railroad '* he would have found after it 16 separate 
entries, each preceded by a catchword indicating the phase of the sub- 
ject in the scheme. A book on railroads may be a treatise on the 
desirability of government ownership, control, etc., and then is clearly 
a question of social science ; or it may be a practical hand-book for an 
employe, explaining business methods of railroading, running trains, 
handling freight, etc., when it is as clearly one of the useful arts. The 
cataloger knows to which of these heads his book belongs, and the 
reader knows in which of its phases he wishes to examin the subject. 
Moreover, the 3 and 6 beginning the numbers indicate clearly the 
character of each class. But even if the significance of these figures 
were entirely disregarded, no confusion would result, for, on consulting 
either of the numbers in the catalog, in the scheme, or on the shelves, 

the difference would be clearly seen. 

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RELATIV SUBJECT INDEX 

In Other cases, it is more useful to keep the books on the same sub- 
ject together, tho treated from different standpoints. A glance at the 
Index tells either reader or classifier which plan has been adopted for 
each case. 

All topics printed in black-face type in the Index are further divided 
in the tables, where one may see the subheads. This saves reprinting 
all these subdivisions which would increase the bulk of the Index 
many-fold; e. g. if one having a book on "prison labor" looks in the 
Index for "Convict labor" or "Prison contracts," he finds at once its 
special number 331.5; but if, on the other hand, he thinks to look 
only for the general subject "Labor," he finds in black-face type the 
entry "Labor, political economy, 331,'* and turning to the tables he 
finds under 331 the subdivision "331.5, Convict labor," the exact topic 
in hand. 

The greatest objection to a clast catalog has always been the 
impossibility of knowing just where to put a book in cataloging, and 
just where to look for it when it is again wanted. Different librarians, 
or the same librarian at different times, clast the same or similar books 
in widely different places. Where one man did all the work, and held 
his place for a long series of years, there was a certain degree of 
uniformity ; but even then there was danger of looking at the same 
book from different standpoints, thus causing confusion. When the 
daily press is full of one phase of a subject, the tendency is strong to 
class all books on this particular subject from the current point of 
view ; and next year, if a different side of this same subject is again 
before the public, there is the same tendency to class books from 
the new point of view, in this way separating books on the same and 
putting together books on different phases. But, fortunately, practical 
usefulness does not require that the ideas of this one or that one be 
followd, but only that books of the same character be always put in 
the same place, and that there be some means of knowing readily 
where that place is. The Relativ Index, with its catchwords, was 
designd and is found in use to meet both these requirements, for it 
insures that books on the same phase of any subject coming before 
the classifiers shall be assignd to the same place, and that any reader 
seeking these books shall be referd to that place. If this is done, all 
requirements of a good classification are fild. If it is not done, the 
system is a failure ; for the only real test of any scheme is its helpful- 
ness to workers in the library. 

Some prominent opponents of clast catalogs admit that the Relativ 
Subject Index, in deciding where to class a book at first, and where to 
look for it ever afterwards, has removed their strongest objections. 
Certainly it would be impossible to make an Index more compact or 
more easy of reference. 

This Index allows a great portion of the work of classification to be 

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DECIMAL CLASSIFICATION 

done in advance by experts, thus securing, at the merest fraction of the 
usual cost, better and more uniform results than would be possible to 
the ordinary cataloger, and reducing the labor of classing a library to 
much narrower limits than ever before. 

Each of these thousands of subjects has been carefully assignd its 
number, many of them after long consideration and consultation with 
specialists. No individual is sufficiently learned to class wisely books 
on all subjects and sciences ; but botanists can assign all botan- 
ical subjects to the right number, mathematicians all mathematical 
topics, and thus the Index will in time become as accurate as the best 
scholarship of the day can make it. Even if the decision reacht were 
not the wisest possible, all practical purposes are servd, because, as 
each cataloger copies the number from the same index, all books on 
that subject will be placed together ; and, as each reader gets his num- 
ber from this same Index, he will go directly to the books he seeks. 

What the Relativ Index includes. — Most names of countries, 
towns, animals, plants, etc. have been omitted, the Index containing 
only those which are in the tables ; e. g. it cannot enumerate all the 
species of trilobites, but when the classifier has found from the proper 
reference books that Remopleurides is a trilobite, the index will send 
him to 565.39, and he can classify his monograf on that subject. 

Tables. — The essential complement of the Subject Index is the 
tables of classification, so mapt out as to show in four ways — viz., by 
size of type, face of type, indention, and number of figures prefixt — 
the rank of each subject in the classification. 

The field of knowledge is divided into nine main classes, numberd 
by the digits i to 9. Cyclopedias, periodicals, etc., so general in char- 
acter as to belong to none of these classes, are markt noughty and form 
a tenth class ; e. g. class i is the library of Philosophy ; class 5 is the 
library of Science ; class 9, of History, etc. These special classes or 
libraries are then considerd independently, and each one is separated 
again into nine special divisions of the main subject, numberd from 
I to 9, as were the classes, general works belonging to no division 
having nought in place of the division number. Thus 59 is the ninth 
division (Zoology) of the fifth class (Science). A third division is then 
made by separating each of these divisions into 10 sections, numberd 
in the same way with o and the nine digits ; and this decimal sub- 
division is repeated, till it secures as many subsections as may be 
needed in any topic. Thus 513 is the third section (Geometry) of the 
first division (Mathematics) of the fifth class (Natural science). This 
number, giving class, division, section and sub-section, if any, is calld 
the classification or the class number, and is applied to every book and 
pamflet belonging to the library. All geometries are thus numberd 
513, all mineralogies 549, and so thruout the library all books on any 

given subject bear the number of that subject in the scheme. 

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CHOICE OF HEADS. CO-ORDINATION 

Where o occurs in a class number, it has its normal zero value. 
Thus a book numberd 510 is class 5, division i, but no section ; i. e. 
the book treats of division 5 1 (Mathematics) in general, and is limited 
to no one section, as is geometry, markt 513 ; 500 indicates a treatise 
on science in general, limited to no division. A naught occurring in the 
first place would in the same way show that the book is limited to no 
class ; e. g. a general cyclopedia which treats of all nine classes. 

Choice and arrangement of heads. — The selection and arrange- 
ment of the many thousand heads of the classification cannot be 
explaind in detail for want of space. In all the work, philosophical 
theory and accuracy have been made to yield to practical usefulness. 
The impossibility of making a satisfactory classification of all knowl- 
edge as preservd in books, has been appreciated from the first, and 
theoretical harmony and exactness have been repeatedly sacrificed to 
practical requirements. 

Sequence of allied subjects. — Wherever practicable, heads have 
been so arranged that each subject is preceded and foUowd by the 
most nearly allied subjects, and thus added convenience is secured 
both in catalogs and on shelves ; e. g. Building (690) follows Mechanic 
trades (680) at the end of Useful arts, and Architecture follows at the 
beginning of Fine arts. 

The student of Biology (570) finds fossil life or Paleontology (560) 
before, and vegetable life or Botany (580) after, this followd in turn by 
animal life or Zoology (590), ending with Mammals (599) ; while Useful 
arts (600) begin with human Anatomy (611) under Medicine, thus 
giving a regular growth from the fossil plant thru the vegetable 
and animal kingdoms to the living man. 

Co-ordination. — Theoretically, the division of every subject into 
just 10 heads is absurd. Practically, it is desirable that classification 
be as minute as possible, without use of added figures ; and the decimal 
principle, on which our scheme hinges, allows 10 divisions as readily 
as a less number. 

This principle has proved wholly satisfactory in practice, tho appar- 
ently destroying proper co-ordination in some places. The difficulty 
in such cases is entirely obviated by the use of another figure, giving 
nine sub-sections to any subject of sufficient importance to warrant 
closer classification. In history, where classification is made chiefly 
by countries, a single figure is added, as in the other classes, to give a 
tenfold geografical division, and a zero followd by another figure is 
added to give a division into periods. 

As all history is by countries, and as minute geografical sub- 
divisions are needed for travels, guide books, and various other uses, 
the rule is adopted always to use o before the time or period figure. 
The o shows that there is no further geografical division in that number, 
and that a period division is there introduced. This allows the use of 

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the same period division in various places, e. g. 942.05 England in time 
of the Tudors ; 942.905 Wales under the Tudors ; 942.7405 Yorkshire 
under the Tudors. As each figure added gives a tenfold division, 
any desired degree of minuteness may be secured in classing special 
subjects. 

As in every scheme, many minor subjects are under general heads 
to which they do not strictly belong. In some cases, these heads are 
printed in a distinctiv type; e. g. 429 Anglo-Saxon, under English 
philology. The rule has been to assign these subjects to the most 
nearly allied heads, or where it was thought they would be most useful. 
The only alternativ was to omit them altogether. If any such omission 
occurs, it will be supplied as soon as discoverd, the intention being to 
provide a place in the tables for every known topic. 

New subjects. — When any new topic arises, it is always closely 
related to some existing heads. If there be no blank space left for it, 
it is combined with the head nearest allied, and, if desired, by adding a 
decimal place abundant room is made for the new comer. The system 
is thus capable of unlimited expansion, and can never break down for 
lack of room for growth. 

Catch-titles. — In naming headings, strict accuracy has often been 
sacrificed to brevity, for short familiar titles seemd more important 
than that the names given should express with fulness and exactness 
the character of all books catalogd under them. Many subjects, 
apparently omitted, will be found in the Index, assignd, with allied sub- 
jects, to a head which bears the name of the most important only. 
Reference to this Subject Index will decide at once many doubtful 
points. 

Form distinctions. — The classification is mainly by subject or 
content regardless of form ; but an additional form distinction for gen- 
eral treatises is found practically useful. 

Thus, in Science there are many compends, dictionaries, essays, peri- 
odicals, and societies, treating of Science in general, and so having o for 
the division figure, but treating it under different forms, and, therefore, 
divided into sections according to this form : 501 for philosophy or 
theories of Science, 502 for compends, 503 for dictionaries. This 
treatment is as nearly as practicable uniform in all classes. Creasy*s 
" Fifteen decisive battles '' is 904, the first figure being 9, because the 
book is clearly history; the second figure o, because limited to no divi- 
sion of class 9 ; and the third figure 4, because the book is a collection 
of essays. 

These form distinctions are introduced at the beginning of the class 
because the number of general works is large, and these first numerals 
would otherwise be unused. They apply only to general treatises, 
which, without them, would have a class number ending in two naughts. 

This form distinction is often used to subdivide general works on 

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divisions or even sections; e. g. under 510, works on mathematics in 
general are divided by form into 510.3, dictionaries of mathematics; 
510.4, essays; 510.5, periodicals, etc., just as works on Science in 
general were divided. A dictionary of mathematics is 510.3, not 503, 
because every book belongs to the most specific head that will contain 
it ; so 503 is limited to dictionaries or cyclopedias of science in general. 
Books treating of many subjects, such as general cyclopedias or peri- 
odicals, go in class o, and are then divided by form into cyclopedias, 
periodicals, or societies. 

Form divisions always have the same set of numbers, preceded by o, 
viz.: I, philosophy, theories, etc.; 2, compends, outlines ; 3, diction- 
aries, cyclopedias ; 4, essays, lectures, letters, etc. ; 5, periodicals, 
magazines, etc. ; 6, societies, associations, transactions, reports, etc. ; 
7, education, study, teaching, training, etc. ; 8, polygraphy, collections, 
etc. ; 9, history. Thus a periodical on any subject has the subject 
number followd by 05 ; e. g. a periodical on public health, 614.05. 

But if the number already ends in o, o is not repeated before 
form-division figures ; e. g. a zoological magazine is 590.5, not 590.05. 

Minute classification. — On first publication in 1876, a common 
criticism was that 1,000 heads could never be successfully used, how- 
ever desirable so close classification might be. As soon, however, as 
actual experience proved it as easy to use 1,000 heads in the new sys- 
tem as 100 in the old, the obviously great practical value of close classi- 
fication led one user after another strongly to urge the publication 
of subdivisions. This is now done in such a way that one may 
use the whole or any part of the sub-sections and ignore the rest with- 
out difficulty or confusion, thus allowing each to use minute sub- 
divisions where he wishes or needs them, without being forced into 
refinements in subjects where he has few books or little interest. The 
first three figures only may be used as before, and the rest show the 
scope of the subject. On many topics minute sub-sections are printed 
simply for this purpose, and for use in indexing periodicals, transactions 
of societies, and in keeping notes. 

The advantage of close classification is unquestiond, if the user 
knows just what it is. With this plan it is not only practicable, but 
comparativly easy. If there are only 10 books on a given topic, it is 
useful to have them in groups among themselves, for otherwise they 
would have only accidental order, which is of service to no one. A 
reader wishing a specific book should go, not to the shelves, but to the 
Author-and-title catalog, where he can find its place quickest. If he 
wishes a specific subject, he is sent instantly to the exact place by the 
Subject-Index. If he wishes to study the library's resources at the 
shelves^ he will be greatly helpt by the most minute classing, A teacher 
showing his pupil the material on any subject, if there are only 20 
books, would surely put together those covering the same points, if 

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there are even two. Much more should librarians group closely their 
greater collections, that readers may gain something of the advantages 
of an experienced guide. 

Thus every specialist has his own special library. If a student of 
science in general, he is sent to class 5 ; if his department be zoology, 
his library is 59; if his specialty is shells, he finds all works and 
references on that subject in library 594. Whether a specialist 
needs it or not, every subject being a library by itself, shows 
resources and wants as no catalog can show them. A catalog cannot 
be made to take satisfactorily the place of handling books themselves. 
This advantage weighs most in a college or society library, where 
many go to the shelves ; but even if librarians only are admitted, close 
classification is worth its cost in the added power it gives. 

Mnemonics. — Arrangement of heads has been sometimes modified 
to secure mnemonic aid in numbering and finding books without the 
Index; thus China has always the number i. In Ancient History, it 
has the first section, 931 ; in Modern History, under Asia, it has 951. 
Similarly the Indian number is 4 ; Egyptian, 2 ; English, 2 ; German, 3 ; 
French, 4 ; Italian, 5 ; Spanish, 6 ; European, 4 ; Asian, 5 ; African, 6 ; 
North American, 7 ; South American, 8 ; and so for all divisions by 
languages or countries. Italian 5, for instance, is in 035, 055, 065, 450, 
850, 945, and many others. This mnemonic principle is specially 
prominent in Philology and Literature, and their divisions, and mfonn 
distinctions used in the first nine sections of each class. Philosophy, 
methods, or theory occurring as a head is always i ; dictionaries and 
cyclopedias, 3 ; essays, 4 ; periodicals, 5 ; associations, institutions, and 
societies, 6 ; education, 7 ; polygraphy or collections, 8 ; history, 9. In 
numerous cases several minor heads are groupt together as Other, 
always numbered 9. 

While Italian is always 5, 5 is by no means always Italian. Grammar 
is 5, Periodicals are 5, Asia is 5, Oratory is 5, etc. Even were it 
possible, to limit 5 to Italian would waste numbering material, and 
results would not justify cost. The purpose is to give practical aid, 
not to follow a fanciful theory. A cataloger marking a German gram- 
mar, remembers that all Philology begins with 4, and, as German is 
always 3 and grammar 5, he knows the number must be 435. Italian 
(S)» poetry (i), is as plainly 851 with no danger of being mistaken for 
"poetry of grammar*' or "theory of Asia," because the numbers also 
have that meaning. This feature is an aidy not the regular method, 
and in all doubtful cases one refers at once to index or tables. Sug- 
gested difficulties are usually creations of ingenious theorists and not 
an outgrowth of practical experience in using this plan. 

Wherever practicable, this mnemonic principle is used in subdividing 

sections. 558, Geology of South America, is subdivided by adding the 

sections of 980, History of South America. Geology of Brazil then 

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must be 558.1 : mnemonically, the first 5 is the Science number; 
second 5, Geology; 8, South America; and i, Brazil. Any library 
attendant or regular user of the scheme recognizes at a glance 558.1 as 
Geology of Brazil. This mnemonic feature occurs in several hundred 
places in the classification, and is of great practical utility in numbering 
and finding books without catalog or index, and in determining the char- 
acter of any book simply from its call number. The extent of its use 
is shown in the four tables appended to the main Index, giving alfabeti- 
cal lists of (i) subjects, with class number of each, which may be 
subdivided geografically ; (2) form divisions, with the figures to be 
added in making such division ; (3) languages, with their class num- 
bers, which may be further subdivided philologically by adding the 
figures given in Index table 4; (4) philological divisions, with the 
figures to be added in subdividing any language in Index table 3. 

As in close subdivision, the wish for mnemonic correspondence has 
never outweighd any claim of greater usefulness. In many cases 
choice between numbers was hardly perceptible, e. g. : whether in 
philology the order should be French, Spanish, Italian, or French, 
Italian, Spanish. In such cases mnemonic numbers were given pref- 
erence, and 17 years has proved this wisest. Great gain, beside 
ease of remembering, results from this uniform use of the same 
numbers with the same meaning whenever a similar division is made. 
Wherever a division by languages or countries is made, it follows phil- 
ology or history numbers, and in the tables, the note "Divided like 
900'* fully takes the place of reprinting all the history subdivisions. 
This saving justifies use of these numbers in some cases, even where a 
somewhat different order might seem more nearly fitted to the special 
case ; e. g. in 342 an order which would put the constitutional history 
of Canada (342.71) and Australia (342.94) next that of England 
(342.42) would be better adapted to the special case than the actual 
order which separates them both from England and each other. 
Still by following the usual " procrustean " numbers, many topics can 
be subdivided minutely without further study, by simply applying the 
History or Language subdivisions. A single illustration of the aston- 
ishing power this principle gives will suffice, tho there are thousands 
that might be given : 016 is "Bibliografy of special subjects, divided 
like the regular classification,*' therefore by aid of the tables under 581, 
016.581974742 readily translates itself to users of the system into 
" Bibliografy of the flora of Albany co., N. Y." While these 12 figures 
might never be used, if a specialist wishes minute division, it is ready 
to his hand, conforms to the Index, and will be clearly understood by 
any one familiar with the plan. A specialist in such cases would 
probably adopt a contraction for his long number, and use in full only 
the minute divisions. See p. 35 for such contractions. 

Decimalism. — We have not sacrificed utility in order to force sub- 

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jects on the decimal procrustean bed. Decimals have been used as 
servants^ not as masters. When subjects have been combined or sepa- 
rated into just lo heads, it has been from no necessity of the scheme, 
but because it seemd the most useful way, all things considerd. In 
many cases there were at first only three to seven heads instead of lo; 
but usually, during three years of testing before first publication, it was 
found useful to divide some of these heads, and, as it took no added 
space or labor, there was no objection to it. On the other hand, there 
were cases where more than lo heads seemd more natural ; and, as 
any number up to lOO is provided for by adding one decimal place, 
this was done in most cases. As only \ooo sections were first printed, 
it was often necessary to put two or more closely allied topics together 
under the same number, as must still be done whenever a library limits 
the number of figures used to three; but during the 14 years that the 
system has been in print, subdivisions have multiplied, till now every 
important topic has its own special number. The scheme gives us for 
each topic, as it were, a case of nine pigeon-holes, with a large space 
at the top ; and we use them as every practical business man uses such 
pigeon-holes about his desk. If, as in 220, there are less than nine 
main topics, it is often convenient to use the extra spaces for sub 
divisions. Thus we keep separate, under the Old Testament, the 
historical, poetical, and profetical books ; and under the New Testament, 
the gospels, epistles, and apocalypse. The spaces are there, and it 
is convenient to use them, — a reason that experience proves a good 
answer to the charge of lack of coordination, tho indention and type in 
the tables make that charge baseless. Then in 280, having more than 
nine topics, — if we are using only three figures, — we put Congrega- 
tional in the same space with Presbyterian, and all the little denomina- 
tions together in the last box, just as the business man puts his 
papers in his pigeon-holes. If he insisted on having a different case 
made to order for each use, it would cost over twice as much ; he 
could not group them together or interchange them, and they would 
not fit the shelves of his office as now. 

There has been a perverse misapprehension of this feature, and 
critics oftenest stumble over " procrustean 10." In fact, this is an ele- 
ment of usefulness. A railroad also has the fault that it is procrustean 
in its path and in its times. It cannot come to your door nor wait 
your convenience, as did the stage-coach or carriage ; it cannot go to 
the fields for its loads of produce ; it cannot turn out for obstacles ; and 
it is simply because it is procrustean that it can do its work so much 
better and quicker and cheaper. The parallel could be fairly extended 
to many other cases, but any thoughtful mind will recognize that the 
economy and ease of working the Decimal system are dependent on 
its being procrustean. Without it we should lose the great simplicity 

of the Relativ Index, many mnemonic correspondences, and the useful 

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O to indicate form and period divisions. Our intersecting lines of space 
and time in History, etc., of language and form in Literature and 
Philology, and scores of similar advantages, depend wholly on pro- 
crustean lo, or else on some other number equally procrustean, but 
lacking the advantages of exact correspondence to our arithmetic. 

Relativ location. — Economy and simplicity called not only for the 
Subject Index, but also for some plan of consolidating the two sets of 
marks heretofore used ; the one telling of what subject a book treats, 
the other where the book was shelvd. By relativ location and decimal 
class numbers we have made our simple Arabic numbers tell of each 
book and pamflet, both what it is, and where it is. 

In arranging books on the shelves, absolute location by shelf and 
book number is wholly abandond, relativ location by class and book 
number being one of the most valuable features of the plan. Accom- 
panying the class number is the book number, which prevents con- 
fusion of different books on the same subject.^ In finding books, the 
printed numbers on the backs are followd, the upper being the class 
and the lower the book number. The class is found in its numerical 
order among the classes, just as the shelf is found in the ordinary 
system. Shelves are not numberd, as increase of different depart- 
ments, opening of new rooms, and any arrangement of classes to bring 
books most circulated nearest the delivery desk, will at different times 
bring different class numbers on any given shelf. New books, as 
rcceivd, are numberd and put in place, in the same way that new titles 
are added to the card catalog. 

Thus all the books on any given subject are found standing together, 
and no additions or changes ever separate them. Not only are all the 
books on the subject sought found together, but the most nearly allied 
subjects precede and follow, they in turn being preceded and followd 
by other allied subjects as far as practicable. Readers not having 
access to the shelves find short titles arranged in the same order in 
the shelf list, and full titles, imprints, subject and cross references, 
notes, etc., in the subject catalog. 

Parts of sets, and books on the same or allied subjects, are never 
separated as they are sure to be, sooner or later, in every library 
arranged on the common plan, unless it be frequently re-arranged 
and recatalogd. The great expense of this makes it impracticable 
except for a few wealthy libraries. In this system both class and book 
numbers remain unchanged thru all changes of shelving, buildings, or 
arrangement. 

Among hundreds of points raisd by librarians as to its practical 
workings and usefulness, the only one in which it was not shown to be 
equal or superior to the old systems was that in this relativ location a 

'For suggestions regarding forms of book numbers best used with this scheme of classifi- 
cation, see p. ja 

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book which this year stands, e. g. at the end of a certain shelf, may not 
be on that shelf at all another year, because of uneven growth of the 
parts of the library. This slight objection, however, inheres in any 
system where books are arranged by subjects, rather than by shelves, 
windows, doors, and similar non-intellectual distinctions. 

Sizes on shelves. — Most libraries have abandond close distinction 
of sizes. It is true that this distinction sayes a little space, but at far 
too great a cost ; for every distinction of sizes makes a parallel classifi- 
cation. If books are groupt in five sizes, one must look in five places 
before he can be sure of having seen all the books. 

It is better to shelve octavos and all smaller books together in one 
series, and arrange in parallel libraries only quartos and folios, which 
are too large to stand on the regular shelves, showing the series in 
which any oversize book is put by a size letter prefixt to the book 
number ; e. g. 749 qA, to show that book A on Artistic furniture is 
too large for the regular shelves, and so is placed in the q or quarto 
series. Another way is to use a wood or pasteboard dummy, to show 
the location of a book not in its regular place. But, however 
solvd, there is no conflict between the size problem and the Decimal 
Classification. 

CATALOGS 

Any system of catalogs may be used with this scheme. But the two 
essentials of even the simplest system are the author (or preferably 
name) catalog and the shelf list. The chief use of the system for 
catalogs is for the latter and for the clast catalog on cards. 

Name catalog. — In the name catalog on cards, arranged strictly by 
names of authors and of persons or places written about, the class 
number holds a subordinate place, yet is constantly useful. If printed, 
it appears in a single colum as in the Relativ Index, and, where there 
is no subject catalog, one can rapidly pick out the books on any desired 
topic by glancing down the colum for the class number wanted. 

Shelf list. — In the shelf list the class number is again highly impor- 
tant, as it makes of the list the most useful form of brief subject cata- 
log. Each page gives in colums accession number, author's name, and 
brief title of every book in the library on the specific subject bearing 
that class number. 

Subject catalog. — In the card catalog of subjects the classification 
is mapt out above the cards by projecting guides, making reference 
almost instantaneous. Subjects are arranged in the i, 2, 3 order of 
their decimal subject numbers exactly as in the classification tables, and 
the cards of each subject are then further arranged alfabetically by 
authors. 

The printed subject catalog on this plan is also the most compact 

and satisfactory in use. Under each class number are given the 

resources of the library on that subject, the heading giving for conven- 

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ADVANTAGES 

ience the name as well as the number of the subject ; e. g. "513 Geom- 
etry." General notes are printed in finer type under general heads, 
and an index at the end shows where to open the book to find any topic. 
As class numbers are put in place of page numbers, this index serves 
for any catalog, list or library arranged on this plan. 

Dictionary catalog. — While it is as easy to use the dictionary cata- 
log with this system as with any other, we find the common dictionary 
catalog inferior to the clast, for nearly all practical purposes. The 
dictionary plan, if used in a catalog, must give results very unsatis- 
factory to students, or else very expensiv to makers. 

The failure of the dictionary catalog to meet the requirements of the 
scholar has been often pointed out. While it is far the best for an 
index, there still exists much of the same need of a good clast catalog 
as at the first. But the difficulties in the way both in making and 
using such a catalog have heretofore been so great that there has been 
a conviction among many practical librarians that notwithstanding its 
great advantages, the idea must be abandond as impracticable, while 
other eminent authorities have ably argued that the poorest clast cata- 
log is better than one unclast, and that any use of such a catalog is in 
itself a lesson in bibliografy. Now that the serious difficulties of mak- 
ing a good clast catalog have been so largely removed by the simple 
numbers and Relativ Index of the decimal plan, the merits of the clast 
over the more common dictionary system are becoming doubly 
prominent. 

The Subject Index of this system is a skeleton dictionary catalog, 
covering everything not fully covered by the "name catalog." Instead 
of giving the book titles under each head, the number refers to all those 
titles simply and directly. The index may be made on any of the 
various dictionary plans, wdth all the advantages it may possess. To 
us the simplest seemd the best. We give only short headings with a 
brief indication in doubtful cases of the point of view taken in assign- 
ing the class number. 

We therefore unite the advantages of the dictionary and clast cata- 
logs, not by mingling them together, and so losing much of the sim- 
plicity of one and as much of the excellence of the other, but by really 
using both, each with its own merits. Only one set of titles is needed, 
for the class numbers make them available for both catalogs. 

ADVANTAGES 

Shelves. — The system on the shelves is the simplest form of rela- 
tiv location. Many libraries have adopted it for shelf arrangment, 
where catalogs recently printed, or large investment in another plan, 
made it too expensiv to change anything else. The advantages here 
have been already mentiond under Relativ location, p. 19. 

Shelf list. — By simply printing the shelf list at any time, a subject 
class list of the best kind is made for any topic on which there may be 

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present interest ; e. g. if a town contemplates a new water supply, 
interest is greatly stimulated, and everything about water-works is 
wanted. The librarian has only to open his shelf list to 628.1 and 
352.6 and print it. This great advantage is gaind with but slight 
variation from the form found best in its regular use as a shelf list for 
yearly examination of the shelves to detect losses and misplacements. 

Accession book. — From the accession book, tables of the number of 
books added on each subject are readily made from the shelf mark col- 
ums. A glance at it shows the character, by subjects, of the books 
added during any given period, for, wherever this class number occurs, 
it tells not only where the book is shelvd but also what it is about. 

Pamflets. — These class numbers applied to pamflets have proved 
specially satisfactory. The number is written on the upper left corner, 
and the pamflets are shelvd in pamflet cases side by side with books 
on the same subject, or they may be kept on special shelves divided 
every 10 cm. by perpendicular partitions. Little expense is incurd, and 
yet the entire pamflet resources of the library on any subject can be 
produced almost instantly. The immense advantages of this plan over 
those in common use, both in economy and usefulness, will be appreci- 
ated by every librarian in charge of a pamflet collection. A name or 
author catalog is made on slips if time allows. The pamflets them- 
selves are the best subject catalog. Uncatalogd pamflets treating of 
any subject bear the same class number, and are arranged on the 
shelves in a case immediately before or after the books of each section, 
or, if preferd, each pamflet may be put in exact place as if bound. 

The tendency grows to put all material under its class number on 
the regular shelves, for the same reasons that have led to giving up 
division by size of books. One examining a subject likes to see all the 
resources in one place so far as possible. 

Sale duplicates. — The same arrangement is admirable here. They 
are so constantly changing that a catalog can hardly be afforded, and a 
subject arrangement on any other plan than this is difficult to main- 
tain. Still, it is very essential that there be some means of knowing 
what duplicates there are on any given subject. By simply penciling 
the class number on the books and arranging them numerically, it is 
possible to give this information more quickly and more satisfactorily 
than by any other method, and at the same time with less expense. 

Charging system. — Here as elsewhere it serves all ordinary pur- 
poses, with special advantages of its own. On the library accounts the 
character of each person's reading is clearly indicated by the numbers 
charged, and minutest statistics of circulation in any subject are made 
by simply counting the call slips in the register or check box, and enter- 
ing the number against each class in the record. The whereabouts 
of any book wanted, or the amount of use of any subject, is seen at a 

glance. This decimal check box can be used in any system. Its 

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peculiar advantage with this classification is that it always exhibits, cor- 
rect to the hour, a complete table of all books off the shelves in each 
subject. The slips in box 53 show just how many and what books are 
out in Physics ; the slips under 823 show all the English novels in cir- 
culation, and who have them. Such a table of circulation always at 
hand, and without an item of expense or labor, — for the check box is 
necessary as a record of loans, — is highly prized by all interested in the 
character of books read, and at no time has so much wise attention 
been given to educating the taste of readers in our public libraries as at 
the present. To convert this table into permanent statistics involves 
only the trifling labor of recording as often as desired. 

Subject references. — In no place are the peculiar advantages felt 
more than here. Many users of the system are undertaking analyses 
and cross references to an extent not hitherto thought practicable or 
hardly possible. These few figures tell as clearly as a long heading 
exactly what the reference is, while the gain in ease of use is even 
greater than the time and space saved in recording. The clearness 
and directness of the method aid wonderfully in this work. References 
to transactions, or chapters in essays, may be made in the most com- 
pact and usable form. 

Recataloging. — When Amherst College in 1873 adopted the plan, 
and began to recatalog its library, it was found entirely practicable to 
make the change to the new system gradually, as means allowd, with- 
out interfering in any appreciable degree with the circulation of the 
books. The methods employd for thus changing without interrupting 
use must vary according to the different conditions of each case. The 
essential feature is some distinction between old and new call-numbers, 
suflSciently markt to be easily recognized by attendants. Since call- 
numbers ordinarily consist wholly of figures, the initial letter of the 
Cutter author-numbers furnishes this requisit. All numbers consist- 
ing of figures only are then recognized as belonging to the old, and all 
numbers containing a letter as belonging to the new system. 

Adaptability. — The system is so flexible that it adapts itself to 
almost any circumstances. It may be used in almost any one of its 
applications without the others, and with a proportionate result. It 
may be applied to pamflets alone, bringing order out of chaos, and solving 
this vext and vexing problem ; or it may be used for the catalogs, leav- 
ing the arrangement on the shelves as before ; or it may be applied to 
the shelves, while the catalog is on the dictionary or any other plan, 
and so on. 

Arabic numerals. — Arabic numerals can be written and found 
quicker, and with less danger of confusion or mistake, than any other 
symbols. Therefore, Roman numerals, capitals and small letters, and 
similar symbols usually found in systems of classification, are entirely 
discarded, and by exclusiv use of Arabic numerals thruout the shelves, 

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indexes, catalogs, and records, there is secured the greatest accuracy, 
economy, and convenience. This advantage is specially prominent in 
comparison with systems where the name of the author or the title 
must be written, in calling for or charging books and in making 
references. 

Endowment of special departments. — Another great advantage 
of this plan is its peculiar adaptability to the plan of endowing special 
departments. One specially interested in any subject can often be in- 
duced to endow that subject with a sum, of which the income shall 
each year buy all the best books that appear on it. 

If John Doe is specially interested in the opera, the library says to 
him : " Give us $1000 as an endowment of 782, and we will call it the 
Doe Library of Dramatic Music. There will be found every book, 
pamflet, newspaper clipping, or ms. that the library has or can get on 
this subject. Gifts from others will be placed in the Doe Library, the 
donor's name being given on the book-plate, and for generations to 
come every person interested in the opera will be grateful for your 
foundation." In this way 782 is assignd to John Doe, and his pride is 
stimulated in developing it. If another man with larger means and 
interest will endow the whole subject of music 780, there is no difficulty 
or impropriety in including 782, the Doe Dramatic Music Library as 
the second section of 780, the Roe Music Library. 

This is one of the most promising fields for development, for almost 
every library has among its readers some specially interested, who if 
properly approacht would endow some topic, even if a small one, and 
this relativ location, with its definit number expressing just the ground 
coverd, may be of great service in working up this plan of special 
endowments. 

Summary. — The claims of the system may be sumd up as follows: 
Compared with other systems it is less expensiv ; more easily under- 
stood, rcmemberd, and used ; practical rather than theoretical ; brief 
and familiar in its nomenclature; best for arranging pamflets, sale dupli- 
cates, and notes, and for indexing ; susceptible of partial and gradual 
adoption without confusion ; more convenient in keeping statistics and 
checks for books off the shelves ; the most satisfactory adaptation of 
the card catalog principle to the shelves. It requires less space to 
shelve the books ; uses simpler symbols and fewer of them ; can be 
expanded, without limit and without confusion or waste of labor, in both 
catalogs and on shelves or in catalogs alone ; checks more thuroly and 
conveniently against mistakes ; admits more readily numerous cross 
references ; is unchangeable in its call numbers, and so gives them in 
all places where needed, as given in no other system ; in its index affords 
an answer to the greatest objection to clast catalogs, and is the first 
satisfactory union of the advantages of the clast and dictionary system. 

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USE OF TABLKS AND INDEX 

SUGGESTIONS TO USERS 

In referring to tables, hold the book in the right hand and turn with 
the left, then the class numbers show very plainly on the left margin 
and reference is greatly expedited. Some prefer to hold the book in 
the left hand, but in any case the eye should follow the left pages 
wholly. 

PLAN OF BOOK 

Tables. — The first page of tables shows the lo classes into which 
all topics are divided. The next page, showing the nine divisions of 
each of the lO classes, is a bird's-eye view of the whole scheme on a 
single page. Then follows a synoptic view of lo pages, one for each 
class, showing the nine sections of each division of each class. 

Following these synopses is the complete classification, which 
repeats in proper order classes, divisions, and sections, with all their 
subsections. For the convenience of the user, who thus gets a fuller 
and clearer idea of the field which each number covers, synonymous 
terms, examples, brief notes, dates, and various catch-words are often 
added to the main heads. Therefore all references to numbers should 
be lookt up in the full tables of subsections, using the summaries 
when only a synoptic view is wanted. 

Index. — Next is an alfabetical index of all the heads, referring by 
class number to the exact place of each in the preceding tables. This 
Index includes also, as far as found, all synonyms or alternativ names 
for heads, and any other entries that seemd likely to help a reader find 
his subject readily. Tho the user knows just where to turn to his 
subject in the tables, if he consults the Index, he may be sent also to 
other allied subjects, where he will find valuable matter which he might 
otherwise overlook. 

Numeration. — In thinking or speaking of the class numbers, to 
avoid confusion always divide at the decimal point, and name it ; 
e. g. read 942.27 "nine forty-two, point twenty-seven," never ''ninety- 
four two twenty-seven." If *' point" were omitted, the ear might 
readily interpret 270.2 as 272, while "two seventy, point two" can 
never be misunderstood. 

USE OF TABLES AND INDEX 

Familiarity with classification. — Get a general knowledge of the 
scheme by learning the 10 main classes [you will soon know the 100 
divisions also without special study], so that you can tell to what sub' 
ject a given rfumber belongs from its first figure without referring to 
the tables. Specific knowledge of minute divisions will come gradually, 
but rapidly, from use. Using the tables alone, and then always verify- 
ing your result by the Index, you will more rapidly acquire knowledge 
of the classification and facility in its use. To do this, decide first to 
which of the 10 classes the subject belongs ; next, take that class as if 

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there were no other, and decide to which of its lo divisions the subject 
belongs ; then, in the same way, select section and subsection, thus 
running down your topic in its grooves, which become tenfold narrower 
at each step. As a check against error, use the index freely, even 
tho familiar with the scheme. 

Subject of a book. — To find out the subject of a book consult : — 

1. The title, since it is generally chosen to show what the book is 
about. But as many titles are misleading, never class from title alone, 
but always examin also 

2. Table of contents, which is the best guide to the true subject. 
If there is no table of contents read 

3. Headings of chapters, or marginal topics. 

4. Preface. — Unless already certain, glance thru this to catch the 
author's point of view, and verify impressions gaind from title and 
contents. 

5. Reference books. — If preceding means fail, consult reliable 
bibliografies, clast and annotated catalogs, biografical dictionaries, 
histories of literature, cyclopedias, reviews, etc., for information about 
the character of the book. 

6. Subject-matter. — If the five shorter methods above fail, examine 
the subject-matter of the book itself, and if still in doubt, to avoid 
mistakes, put aside on an " under consideration *' shelf till you can 
examin more thuroly or consult 

7. Specialists. — Experts, competent to define their true subject and 
relation, are usually glad to examin enough to class any new books in 
their departments. Old ones they know where to put already. 

After deciding what the book is about, find this subject in the tables, 
either thru the Index or by using the tables directly, which for the 
beginner is a longer process, seldom to be trusted without subsequent 
reference to the Index ; e. g. Pollock's Land laws might naturally be 
clast from the tables alone as " 333, Land ; ownership ; rights ; rent," 
which seems exactly to fit this book. The Index, however, shows two 
numbers, both referring to land laws, but from different points of view ; 
viz. 347.2, legal, and 333, economic. The object of this book, as seen 
in the preface, is to give a popular presentation of English statutes per- 
taining to landholding, not to discuss the history and theory of land 
laws from the economist's point of view ; and it should be clast " 347.2, 
Realty," which might have been mist but for the Index. 

Assigning class numbers. — i. Practical usefulness is the chief 
thing. Put each book under the subject to the student of which it is 
most useful, unless local reasons " attract " it to a place still more useful 
in your library. See p. 27®. 

2. The content or the real subject of which a book treats, and not the 

form or the accidental wording of the title, determines its place. 

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ASSIGNING CLASS NUMBERS 

Following this rule, put a philosophy of art with Art, not with 
Philosophy ; a history of mathematics with Mathematics, not with 
History ; for philosophy or history is simply the form which these 
books have taken. Their true content or subject is Art or Mathe- 
matics, and to the student of these subjects they are most useful. 

3. Always remember that the question is not where one would prob- 
ably look to find a particular book, but under what subject is the book 
of greatest value ; e. g. it is of little consequence whether " one would 
be apt to look" under 595.1 for Danvins Formation of vegetable 
mouldy but of much consequence that one studying earth-worms 
should find that book in 595. i Worms, since it is chiefly valuable as a 
study of the habits of earth-worms. Any one wanting that special 
book would look for it in the name catalog under Darwin. 

4. Assign every book to the most specific head that will contain it. 
This will vary in different libraries according to the number of figures 
used, e. g. the specific head for "compulsory vaccination " is 614.4738; 
but in a library using only three figures, the most specific number 
possible is 614, which must take everything on Public health. 

A library recently adopted the plan of putting all books of a division 
together, if they had but few ; e. g. all mathematical works were markt 
510. It took just as many figures, cost just as much labor in most 
cases, and, if a man wanted the one calculus in the whole library, he 
had to search through the 150 volumes in 510, when otherwise he 
would instantly have found it standing alone as 517. See also "Num- 
ber of figures in class number," p. 28I 

5. The predominant tendency or obvious purpose of a book usually 
decides its class number at once. Still a book often treats of two or 
more different subjects. In such cases assign it to the place where it 
will be most useful, and make references under all subordinate subjects. 
Give these reference numbers both on book plate and subject card, as 
well as on reference cards. 

It is one of the markt advantages of the plan that these references, 
notes, etc., may be added from time to time as found convenient. It is 
necessary at first to find only the predominant tendency of the book 
in order to classify it. Subject references are added whenever found 
necessary. 

Add these numbers indicating more closely the character of the book 
as rapidly as possible, and invite all specialists to call the librarian's 
attention to every desirable subject reference noticed in their reading. 
These numbers take little room, are easily added, and in most cases are 
very valuable. 

6. If two subjects have distinct page limitations, class under the first, 
and make analytic reference under the second. But if the second is 
decidedly more important or much greater in bulk, class under that, 

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with reference under the first. Always put a book under the first sub- 
ject, unless there is good reason for entering it under another. 

7. Consider not only the scope and tendency of each book, but also 
the nature and specialties of each library. 

Any subject of which a library makes a specialty naturally "attracts" 
allied subjects. This influence is strongest in minute classification. 
To admit this variation, many subjects in the present scheme have two 
or more places, according to these different sides ; e. g. a book on 
"school hygiene,'* which a medical library puts under 613, has also a 
place in 371.7, where the educational specialist requires it. 

8. If a book treats of a majority of the sections of any division, give 
it the division number, instead of the most important section number 
with subject references. Unless some one section is so prominently 
treated as to warrant placing the book in it, class a book on four or 
more sections under the division number ; e. g. class a volume on light, 
heat, and sound, under the head most fully discust, and refer to it from 
the others ; but if it treats also of mechanics, hydrostatics, and pneu- 
matics, class as 530, or general physics, tho no mention be made of 
electricity, magnetism, or molecular physics. 

9. To secure uniformity, make for future reference full notes of all 
difficulties and decisions ; for it is of more importance to put books on 
the same subject together than to put them in the absolutely correct 
place. 

These notes should be written either on the broad margins of the 
classification tables, or on an interleavd copy, or on P slips arranged 
by class numbers, like the clast catalog. 

10. Keep collected works, libraries, etc., together, and assign like 
individual books to the most specific head that will contain them ; or 
assign to the most prominent of the various subjects on which they 
treat, with subject references from the others ; or separate and class 
the parts as independent works. 

This last practice constantly grows in favor, and many librarians 
now largely disregard uniform bindings and "series" lettering, and, 
unless contents of volumes are so connected that they cannot be 
separated, class each under the most specific head that will contain it. 

11. Class translations, reviews, keys, analyses, answers, and other 
books about specific 'books with the original book, as being there most 
useful. 

Number of figures used in class number. — Decide this according 
to circumstances in each library. Small libraries often use the minute 
subsections beyond three figures only in certain divisions like Travel, 
913-919 (where a closer geografical division is needed) and where a 
fourth figure is necessary in 400 and 800 to separate different languages. 

In very small collections two figures might do till growth required 
further division ; but it is economy, and saves handling the books a 

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BUILDING NUMBERS 

second time to use at least three figures at first, even in the smallest 
collection. In larger or rapidly growing libraries all subdivisions may 
be used for the same reason, tho the number of books may not at the 
time seem to justify it. Whether there are one or i,ooo books on any 
topic, they take no more space on the shelves if clast minutely, and 
the work is done once for all. When large accessions come, even if a 
century later, this number will not have to be alterd. A library 
having but 20 books on Education might think it unwise to use the 
full scheme, but the whole 20 would go on a single shelf, and take no 
more room, and the Index would refer more accurately to what was 
wanted. The number of books you have on any subject has in this 
system no special weight. In a relativ location, any number of con- 
secutiv topics without a book waste no space on shelvs or in catalogs. 
The numbers are merely skipt. This plan not only does no harm, but 
has the considerable negativ value that looking for the number and 
finding it blank or skipt, shows that you have nothing on the subject, 
— a piece of information second in value only to finding something, 
for one need no longer search. 

The practical objection to close classing is that it gives a longer 
number to charge in a lending library. In a reference library full 
subsections should be used. Where a short number is imperativ, 
it is well to give the full class number on another part of the book 
plate, not to be used in charging, but as a guide to the contents 
of the book. Thus when the classifier has once examind a book, 
and found out just what it is about, the record is preservd for the 
benefit of others. 

BUILDING NUMBERS 

Geografical divisions. — In dividing by countries according to the 
note " Divided like 930-99," found so often in the tables, add only the 
number following initial 9, for this 9 means not locality but simply 
class 9, History ; e. g. 942, history of England, analyzd is 9, history, 
42, England (4 Europe, 2 England). If geology of England is wanted, 
add to 55 (the number for geology) 42 (the number for England), and 
you have 554.2. History of N. Y. state is 974.7, of which 747 is 
the locality number, and the number for N. Y. state administration, 
353.9747, is built up by adding to 353.9 (the number for State admin- 
istration) 747 (the number for N. Y. state). 

Language and literature. — In 890, where the direction is to "divide 
like 490," note that 890, Minor literatures, and 490, Minor languages, 
correspond exactly, so that only the figures following 49 are to be added 
to 89 to build a minor literature number ; e. g. Polish language is 
491.85 ; adding 185 to 89, Minor literatures, gives 891.85 Polish litera- 
ture. In brief, to form literature from philology numbers, substitute 8 

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in place of the first figure 4; e. g. Sanskrit language 491.2, Sanskrit 
literature 891.2. 

If the direction is to " divide like the main classification," as in 016, 
the number for the required subject is added exactly as it stands in the 
tables; e. g. bibliografy of Polish poetry, 016.89185 1. 

Combining numbers in a way not printed in the tables must be done 
with great care or confusion results. Many users, fascinated with the 
possibilities of the system, make combinations more ingenious than 
useful ; e. g. ** the horse's foot and how to shoe it " was recently markt 
636.1682, i. e. the blacksmithing number, 682, being added to the horse 
number, 636.1, making a very long, useless number. Horse-shoeing is 
now added to the tables as 682.1. Often it seems well to the classifier 
to add a figure to show some distinction. It is short and desirable, 
but later he may find he has shut himself off from using some other 
division which he would greatly prefer. Every added figure must be 
clearly written in the tables and index, for no man's memory can be 
trusted. See 9, p. 28 ; and Cautions, p. 31. 

BOOK NUMBERS 

Author numbers. — The invention of translation systems by which a 
name is represented by its initial with the rest translated into numbers, 
— e. g. Freeman, F S7, — has led most libraries to arrange books under 
each class number alfabetically by authors, or in local history by towns, 
or in biografy by biografees. This keeps all works by the same author 
together, and in large classes enables one to find any book readily with- 
out consulting catalogs. One great advantage is that the same author 
has the same book number in every subject ; i. e. the figures are signif- 
icant like our class numbers, and translate themselves into the name. 
Great practical mnemonic convenience results from this peculiar form 
of book number. By far the most widely used of these translation 
systems is that of the Boston Athenaeum, devised by the librarian, 
C: A. Cutter, and known as the Cutter numbers. 

Time numbers. — A second arrangement of books under class 
numbers is chronological by dates of first publication. Its advantage 
is in presenting the historical development of the subject, the book 
written earliest being on the left, the latest work on the right, and 
then of any given book it is evident that all those on the left were 
written before it, all those on the right after it. In science this has 
special value, while in literature the author arrangement is better. A 
translation system of dates devised by W. S. Biscoe, makes the number- 
ing of the year more compact and satisfactory than to write the date 
in full* 



' Full explanations of the best methods for both arrangements, with complete tables, can 
be had of the publishers of this work. 

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VARIATIONS 

Accession order. — A third arrangement — simpler but otherwise 
less desirable — is in order of accession ; the first book in a class being 
I, the second 2, the third 3. 

It is entirely practicable to use two or even all three of these methods 
at the same time in the same library, one peculiarity of the system 
being the ease with which it may be adapted to almost any special cir- 
cumstances. In fact, we use the chronological system in science where 
its advantages are most markt ; the alfabetical system in literature 
where authors' names outrank dates ; the old accession-order plan in 
special collections, which must be kept separate, and are no longer 
added to, since here the extreme simplicity of the i, 2, 3 order is secured 
without any sacrifice. It is still better, if this last method is used, to 
number A, B, C, instead of i, 2, 3, as 26 instead of nine books may be 
markt with one character, and chiefly, as it is highly desirable that each 
book number should begin with a letter which cannot be mistaken for 
the end of a class number, if the two are written on one line ; e. g. the 
first book under 513, if numberd r, might be so written as to con- 
fuse with subsection 513.1, but 513 A could not be misinterpreted. If 
figures are used, care must be taken to write them as a fraction or with 
a mark of separation ; e. g. S J3 or 513-1. 



VARIATIONS PRACTICABLE IN ADJUSTING TO 

SPECIAL LOCAL REQUIREMENTS 

Some users assume that adoption of the Decimal Classification and 
Relativ Index carries with it other parts of the system which the 
author has used at Amherst, Wellesley, or Columbia colleges or in the 
New York State Library. In fact, the plan in each of these libraries 
dififers somewhat from all the others, and many of the 200 public and 
private libraries now using the plan have adopted still other variations ; 
for the special constituency, circumstances, and resources of each 
library must be considerd in deciding what is best for it. This 
decision should be made by one familiar, not only with the library and 
its needs, but also with all methods of any merit and the comparativ 
ease and cost of introducing them into any given library. 

Cautions. — Having decided to adopt the system in its decimal form 
as workt out and printed, it must be determind whether to adopt 
certain variations, noted in 1-5 below as practicable, and in some cases 
useful and desirable. The inexperienced user is very likely to feel 
entirely competent, after once reading the tables (in fact, without 
reading more than a single page regardless of its bearings on hundreds 
of other places, and without so much as looking at the author's 
explanations), to institute a series of "improvements." Experience 
proves that nothing could be more disastrous. It seems a simple 

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matter to put a topic a line higher or lower, but in some cases this 
may affect over loo different entries in the Index, and there is no 
possible way to be sure of correcting them except by examining each 
one of the 20,000 heads. Frequently proposed changes, carefully 
studied out and submitted as improvements, are shown by our old 
records to have been adopted and used in the exact form proposed till 
considerations which had not been foreseen forced us to change to 
the form as printed. Even after years of experience one is not safe in 
pronouncing on an apparent improvement without consulting the 
voluminous records of previous experiments. 

Those who have used the system longest have been misled into adopt- 
ing changes which on trial they were compeld to reject, going back to 
the original form at the cost and confusion of two changes. In so 
apparently simple a thing as introducing subdivisions on blank num- 
bers, mistakes have often been made ; and after it was too late to cor- 
rect them the makers have regretted their neglect to consult the author 
and secure the advice and cooperation of those most familiar with the 
manifold inter-relations. Even were the independent divisions equally 
good, their numbers do not agree with those which will be put in the 
printed tables and index, so that every copy of the printed scheme 
will have to be corrected in ms. before it is usable in that library. The 
only safe rule is to make no changes or subdivisions without submitting 
them to the author, who will gladly advise on such matters without 
charge, not on the ground of any superior wisdom, nor even because of 
larger experience in this special work, but because in this way only can 
it be learnd if numbers have been already assignd with different 
meanings. 

The user who adopts the printed form avoids the criticism sure to be 
aimd at any possible scheme. The moment he makes one "improve- 
ment *' he must defend all the heads or alter them to suit each critic. 
Much time is saved by saying that the scheme is used as printed, and 
blunders are the author's, not the user's. A list of changes that have 
been made by others without such consultation was written for this 
note, but is omitted lest it should seem invidious. They illustrate how 
easy it is for able men to make what no one questions after explana- 
tion to have been outright blunders, in improving and adding to the 
printed scheme. The author is always grateful for suggestions from 
any one, and, having already given so much time in the effort to improve 
this system for the common good of all users, he invites the coopera- 
tion of those interested in completing needed subdivisions and eliminat- 
ing any errors that may remain either in tables or index. 

The following brief notes show the most important variations found 
practicable in the " relativ index system,** oftener called the " Dewey 
system.'* For its essentials see p. 8^-9. 

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LETTER NOTATIONS FOR CHANGES 

I. Letter notations for changes. — To protect other users from 
confusion, the publishers insist, as the copyright entitles them to, that 
our numbers shall not be printed with changed meanings without some 
clear indication of the fact in the number itself. If the reasons that 
led us to adopt the form printed are not conclusiv to another, we wish 
to remove any obstacles to his use of the system with such changes as 
shall satisfy him. This can be readily done by using a letter, or some 
other character than the lo digits, to mark changes ; e. g., if you wish 
a different set of subdivisions under any number, make it out to suit, 
and number it a, b, c, etc. It will arrange in its exact place and exact 
order without difficulty, and no other user of the system will be con- 
fused by the numbers. In the index, cancel the i, 2, 3, etc., you have 
discarded, and write in the a, b, c, etc., adopted. Whenever you use 
our exact numbers, use also our meanings for them as indext. 
When you add any features of your own, add new numbers of your own 
that cannot be mistaken for ours, using, of course^ as many of our figures 
as are not changed ; e. g., if you want a new heading next to 551.34, Ice- 
bergs, it cannot properly go as decimal i. Mark it 551.34a, and it 
arranges as wisht. If you wish to change a head from one place to 
another, cancel it where it stands, and leave that number blank in the 
tables. Then insert the head in its new place as above, as if it had 
never been in the tables. 

This plan of introducing letters or other symbols wherever each user 
pleases, will give all needed freedom to the personal equation and desire 
for originality, and meets all real wants for peculiar classification in 
peculiar cases. 

Fiction and juvenils. — In some cases it is usually best to modify 
class numbers by letters as above. In popular libraries half of the cir- 
culation is often in fiction. A great saving is effected here by omitting 
the class number entirely and using merely the book number, it being 
understood that no class number means fiction. After fiction, their 
great circulation makes juvenils a good place to economize, if they are 
kept separate, as is usually thought desirable in popular libraries. The 
books are clast exactly as if for adults, then a J is prefixt to show their 
special character. This gives J alone as the class number for juvenil 
fiction, and e. g., J942, for a child's history of England. These are 
arranged in a parallel library by themselves, so that J942 comes between 
J941, juvenil history of Scotland, and J943, juvenil history of Germany. 

If at any time it seems desirable to abandon the separate J library, it 
can be done, without altering a number, by distributing the J books 
aniong the regular classes, either ignoring the J entirely, or preferably 
by putting all the J books by themselves at the end of each class 
number. 

There are thus three methods : i, to have a separate J library ; 2, 
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to have the J books in alfabetical order among other books on the same 
subject. In this last case the J is useful only to call attention plainly 
to their juvenil character. 

The same marking is used for all these plans, and one can be changed 
into the other by simply distributing the books the other way, and tell- 
ing the attendants that it has been done. Juvenil books go with adult 
books of the same class, unless a special J library is made, containing 
all juvenils. 

Biografy. — A similar plan is recommended for this large class, as to 
the best treatment of which there is great difference of opinion. 

Beside the plan printed in the tables, two others are recommended, 
viz. ; to put all biografies in one alfabet of names of persons written 
about, marking all the books simply B for class number, and indicating 
the subject or biografee by a Cutter book number ; e. g. life of Grant, 
B G76. This is most compact for charging, and is preferd in popular 
libraries of large circulation. 

The third plan is to distribute biografy as far as possible to the sub- 
jects it illustrates, leaving, of course, under 920 lives not bearing spe- 
cially on any subject ; e. g. all lives of musicians go under 780 and its 
subdivisions, the life of Wagner being 782.2 instead of 927.82 as in the 
tables. Even in this arrangement it is better to indicate that it is biog- 
rafy, putting B in place of the biografy figures 92 ; i. e. mark Wagner's 
life B782.2 (927.822). Then it arranges either with 782.2 or with biog- 
rafy, as preferd, thus giving exactly the arrangement of the printed 
classification without changing a figure. 

Travel. — By using T instead of B, the same principle gives a brief 
call number for the largely circulated class, description and travel. 

Parallel libraries. — This treatment of fiction, juvenils, and biog- 
rafy illustrates the principle. Its other chief application is for language 
collections. Some libraries have a constituency not reading English, 
and so need a parallel library in German, or Swedish, or French, etc. 
This is most easily made by simply prefixing an initial to the class 
number. If to be arranged, as with us, in one series of subjects, this 
may be ignored, or all German books on each subject may be groupt 
under G at the end of each class number. The German parallel 
library is made by simply putting all G's together and arranging by 
class numbers. The initials used are G, German, F, French, I, Italian, 
Sp, Spanish, Sw, Swedish, Dn, Danish, Du, Dutch, N, Norwegian, 
R, Russian, W, Welsh, A, Arabic, etc. Where only one language is 
so markt in a given library, only one letter should be used, so as to 
avoid an extra letter in charging ; e. g. S will answer either for 
Spanish or Swedish if used in only one sense. This plan has proved 
very satisfactory in actual use. 

Combining language and literature. — The same principle can be 
applied also in combining each language with its literature, if it is 

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CONTRACTIONS. USE OF ALFABET OR CHRONOLOGY 

preferred to abolish the class, Philology, and make it simply an 
appendix to Literature ; and the reverse would hold true if a philologist 
wisht to abolish Literature and make it an appendix to Philology; 
e. g. using 82p for English philology, and adding philology sub- 
divisions, English dictionaries would become 82p3, English grammars 
82p5, etc., and arrange either just before (or just after) English litera- 
ture, 820, 821, etc. For a better plan see Broken order, p. 36^-37*. 

Reference library. — To separate books most needed, the best plan 
is to mark R before class numbers, and arrange the books together, 
as an R library. When the books are to go into the general 
collection again, a line can be drawn thru this letter. In the 
same way it often happens that a general private library is given 
on condition that it be kept together ; e. g. the Phoenix library of 
Columbia College. This has P prefixt to the class number, and thus 
is a parallel library by itself. An initial is better in such cases than 
a * or similar mark, since the initial helps the memory and is just as 
brief. The same plan applies of course if the library has an ** inferno " 
for books not used without permits, or more distant rooms where 
books worth keeping but seldom called for can be arranged in a 
parallel storage library. 

Still another provision is made in 080, 8 being the regular number 
for general collections (as in 508, 520.8, etc.), for these special libraries 
which cannot be separated because of binding or conditions of gift. 
But instead of the three figures in 080, a single letter, as described 
above, indicates the special collection, and it is easy to learn the 
location of the few special collections of any one library. Omission of 
initial o in the class *^ General works" was formerly recommended ; e.g. 
51 instead of 051 for an American periodical. But this usage is no 
longer advised, for the eye gets so in the habit of reading as Science 
any number beginning with 5, that there is a little mental hitch if, 
e. g., general periodicals are written 51, etc., instead of 051, etc. 

Another reason is that the one and two figure numbers 1-99 are 
thus left available, and can be assignd to special use without confusion 
with tables or Index, for initial o is there printed for all numbers 
before 100. Yet in classification it .sometimes happens that the first 
two figures are obvious at a glance, but time must be taken to deter- 
min the third. It is convenient to write these first figures, but if a 
mathematical book receives its first two figures (51), this unfinisht 
number is liable to be confused with the two-figure number 51. This 
clanger may be largely avoided by writing the decimal point after a 
blank ; e. g. 51 ., to show that a figure is omitted. 

2. Contractions for specialists. — The system is often used by 
specialists for very minute work when the decimals are run out to six 
or eight places. While the theory is better to write all these figures, 
thus showing the relation to the universe of knowledge, there is no 

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DECIMAL CLASSIFICATIO 

practical gain to justify the labor if a great quantity of slips must be 
numberd. A specialist working on " Swedish poetry of the age of 
Gustavus" can use a single letter instead of the full 839.715 and save 
five characters in numbering each note ; or a dash may be written for 
all but the last figure, thus ** — 5 '*. A body of such notes can be in- 
serted together in their place in an index at 839.715, with a colord 
card to mark the special groups, with little danger of confusion. Still 
many prefer the theoretical completeness of writing a full index num- 
ber for every separate slip. 

3. Use of alfabet or chronology for final subdivisions. — While 
our plan is decimal as distinguisht from the "dictionary system," we 
never hesitate to use the alfabet wherever that is more useful. Indeed, 
the main feature of our plan is its alfabetical index. Frequently in 
minute divisions it is economy to arrange alfabetically or by dates with- 
out using a translation system. This is specially true in index rerums 
and notes of specialists. After numbers have been used as far as that 
is the most useful form, then either the name chosen for the head or 
the year can be inserted at the end ; e. g. towns in a given state, in- 
dividual birds or insects coming under one number, names of men 
written about in biografy, etc. Some may prefer to adopt this plan in 
places where we have chosen a grouping ; e. g. in chemistry, to put all 
the metals in one alfabet under 546.3, instead of using the numbers 
546.3-99. If this change is wisht, a more complete one will probably 
be better ; viz. to put all the elements, non-metallic and metallic, in 
one alfabet under 546. Such use of the alfabet causes no confusion 
with the index, as it is simply subdividing more closely, unless, as in 
the last case (546.3), the alfabet replaces heads already printed. In 
this case, cancel all subsections in the tables by drawing a line obliquely 
thru the heads discarded, and mark in the margin ** arranged alfabeti- 
cally by elements,'* e, g. : — 

Arrange metals alfabetically. 



•3 


Metals. 


^ 


Alkali group. 


•32 X 


Potassium. 


•33 


X. Sodium. 


•33 


^sLithium. 


•34 


Kb^dium. 


•35 


Caesuhn. 



Then find each of these heads in the index and cancel all figures 
after 546.3, e. g. : — 

Potassium, inorganic chemistry, 546.3^ 
Rubidium, " " 546.34 

This plan has special value in this place, as new elements are 
discoverd from time to time, and can readily be inserted in alfabetic 
place. Still many chemists think it valuable to have similar metals 
groupt together for convenience of study, and to cover books written 
on the group as a whole, and also think it important to have a number 

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BROKEN ORDER. PRO AND CON DIVISION 

for rejected elements, because the literature and references about them 
remain, and must be provided for. The insertion of new elements is 
provided for, as explained on p. 14*. 

4. Broken order. — Another common and often desirable variation 
for shelf arrangement is to break the sequence of the numbers, in 
order to get books most used nearest the delivery desk. The theory 
is to keep the whole 1000 numbers in strict sequence ; but a higher 
rule to be obeyed everywhere is to sacrifice any theory for a sub- 
stantial gain. Practically it will seldom happen that it is not best to 
break the order of the classes. Often divisions are best arranged out 
of numerical place; e. g. 520 Astronomy may be wanted in a room 
accessible at night ; fiction, juvenils, and biografy are always wanted 
near the delivery desk in a public library, and in strict order are as 
likely to come at the most distant point. Numberless local reasons 
may make a broken order desirable. There need be no hesitation in 
adopting it if enough is gaind, but there should be charts clearly 
showing where each division starts ; e. g. after 430 ** Preceding 830 ; " 
after 520 **In observatory," it being necessary to specify room for 
books entirely removed from the general library arrangement. The 
page of 100 divisions is reprinted by the publishers, on cards with 
wide margins, for just this use. Opposit each division is markt its 
beginning on the shelves, and it is easy to vary the order as much as 
necessary, tho of course the nearer the divisions run in regular order 
I to 99, the easier it is for a stranger to find his way about. Varia- 
tions in the order of the sections are less wise and seldom necessary. 
If made, a wood or card-board dummy in the regular place should have 
markt on its side the present location of the section removed. 

This broken-order plan is best for bringing together the philology 
and literature of each language without altering numbers or prefixing 
any letter. Let 420 be shelvd just ahead of 820, 430 ahead of 830, 
and so for all languages, making the general note that all 400*s are 
shelvd just ahead of the corresponding 8oo*s, and remembering that 
after the main languages four or more figures are required to indicate 
language alone, so that Portuguese philology goes between 868 and 
869, Russian between 891.69 and 891.7, and Welsh between 891.65 
and 891.66. 

5. Pro and con division of topics. — It is very useful in many 
cases to separate the books on a topic with strongly markt sides, so 
that either set of views and arguments may be seen by itself. This 
has been done by subdivision in some cases, — e. g. 337, Protection 
and Free trade. In others it is equally useful, and can be indicated by 
an added mark, — e. g. 324.3, Woman suffrage. The number may be 
used for general works, giving facts, etc., and advocates and opponents 
may be separated by -\- and — for positiv and negativ, or by p and c, 
the initials for pro and con, which tho short, are too long for a circulat- 

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DECIMAL CLASSIFICATION 

ing library to charge. In reference libraries, on cards, etc., most will 
prefer to write out pro and con^ to distinguish the two groups. The 
order on the shelves is, of course, alfabetical, viz. 324.3, 324.3c, 324. 3p; 
or if -f- and — ar used, the usual order is followed : +, — . 

These five notes suggest the range of variations that may be made 
in the Decimal Classification and illustrate its adaptability to widely 
different conditions. For book numbers which decide the order of 
material after it is groupt into its final classes, see page 30. 

OTHER USES 

Tho the system was devised for library catalog and shelf arrange- 
ment, 17 years have developt many new applications. Nearly every 
administrativ department feels directly the great economy, and in 
every field of literary activity this classification has been found a labor- 
saving tool, whose practical usefulness has exceeded the most sanguin 
hopes of its early friends. 

Bookstores. — The plan is a great convenience to both dealers and 
customers, when applied to the miscellaneous stock of a bookstore. 
Very often a much wanted book, specially if not recently publisht, is 
reported "not in stock," when such an arrangement by subjects would 
have reveald its place at once. Specialists often find on the shelves 
books that they would never have orderd, but are glad to buy after 
examination. Experience proves it a profitable thing for a dealer to 
arrange his books so that each person may find those in which he is 
interested without examining the entire stock. 

Scrap-books. — The plan has proved of great service in preserving 
newspaper clippings. Scrap-sheets of uniform size are used, with the 
class number of the subject written in the upper corner of the front 
edge of the . page, and clippings are mounted on the sheet as in a 
common scrap-book. When one sheet is full, another is inserted at 
the exact place. Thus perfect classification is kept up without blank 
sheets, and at the smallest outlay of money and trouble. This ** L. B. 
Scrap Book " is for most persons the best form. These sheets are 
then arranged numerically like the subject card catalog, the sheets of 
each class being farther arranged, when desirable, under alfabetic 
subheads. Scraps thus mounted are shelvd either in manila pamflet 
cases or in patent binders. 

Index rerums. — These are best made on the standard P size (7.5 x 
12,5 cm.), card or slip. Long study and experience prove that the 
stock "L200" is best for private indexes, etc. It costs only half as 
much as the **Br. 400," which is largely used for public library cata- 
logs, takes only half the room, and gives great satisfaction. The class 
number is written in the upper left-hand corner, any alfabetic subject 
head follows at the right, and notes fill the card below. The cards 
are then filed in order of class numbers like the subject card catalog, 

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TOPICAL INDEXES. ACKNOWLEDGMENTS 

the cards of each class being further arranged, as in case of the scrap 
sheets, according to any alfabetical subheads. Scores of devices for 
convenient handling and storage of these slips and of scrap sheets and 
pamflets are already manufactured. Details cannot be given here, but 
may be found in the full descriptiv and illustrated catalog of the Library 
Bureau, 146 Franklin street, Boston. 

Another admirable form is similar to the L. B. Scrap Book or shelf 
list ; in fact, is simply a shelf list without the printed headings and 
down lines. The subject number goes in the upper corner, and all 
notes on that subject are written on the sheet below. This book fits 
an ordinary shelf, has the advantage of a full letter page in sight at 
once, and holds over five times as much as the P card. Of course the 
system can be applied to slips or sheets of any size, but there are lit- 
erally hundreds of accessories and conveniences exactly adapted to these 
two sizes, which are used tenfold more than all others combined ; so it 
is folly for one to begin on another size, and lose the advantages 
of this uniformity. If intermediate sizes must be had, the ones most 
used and least objectionable are Billet 10x15 cm., 5lote I2>^ x 20 cm., and 
Ms. 15 x25 cm. There are repeated cases where users of some other 
size have finally found it profitable to change to either the P,7>^ x I2j4, 
or to the L,20x25 cm., even at the cost of re-writing many notes. 

Note books are best in this last described form. The much poorer 
method is to take a bound blank book, and assign the class numbers 
in order, giving about the space it is thought each will require, and, 
when the pages so assignd are full, note at the bottom where the rest 
of the material may be found. 

This has all the objections of the old fixt location as compared to the 
relativ, and will hardly be adopted by any person who has ever seen the 
simplicity and economy of the shelf-list system. 

Topical indexes. — The class numbers are used in indexing books 
read, usually by making the entries in the Index Rerum under proper 
numbers. The number takes the place of a series of words, and the 
results can be handled, arranged, and found much quicker because of 
the simple numerals. 

The advantages that the system possesses for making topical indexes 
of collected works, periodicals, transactions, etc., will be evident to 
every librarian. These consolidated indexes may be arranged together 
with the card catalog of the books, or by themselves, as seems best in 
each case. 

It would exceed the limits of this brief description to notice all the 
varied applications of the system. Enough have been mentiond to 
show its wide adaptability to the wants of the librarian and the student. 

Tho much elaborated and in some points alterd, the essential char- 
acter of the plan has remaind unchanged from the first. Doubtless 

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DECIMAL CLASSIFICATION 

Other improvements are still possible, and users of the scheme are 
invited to suggest any needed new heads, and to note any omission to 
be supplied in the Subject Index. 

In this brief account the author has probably faild to meet some 
objections which may be raisd, and which he could easily answer. 
He therefore asks the privilege of replying personally to any such 
objections, where they arise, believing that it will be possible to 
answer, if not all, at least a very large proportion. 

The labor involvd in preparing the Classification and Index has been 
wholly beyond the appreciation of any who have never attempted a 
similar task. Much valuable aid has been renderd in many depart- 
ments by specialists, over lOO of whom have assisted in developing the 
scheme. Among these are many well-known scholars, and to all a 
most cordial acknowledgment is made. Without such assistance, the 
present edition could not have been made, for many minds were 
necessary to supply the technical and special learning absolutely 
necessary in filling the minute heads. Indeed, in many subjects the 
author's share in the work has been limited to the modification neces- 
sary for technical adjustment to his scheme of the material prepared 
by specialists. To many prominent librarians the author is indebted 
for valuable suggestions and appreciativ criticism. While these friends 
are in no way responsible for any remaining imperfections, they should 
have credit for many improvements in the scheme made in these 17 
years of revision, during the first three of which it was kept in manu- 
script, in order that its many details might be subjected to actual trial, 
and modified where improvement was found possible. 

In all the work from its first publication to the present, the most 
extended and valued assistance has come from my college classmate, 
associate, and friend, Walter Stanley Biscoe, my first assistant in 
Amherst College Library, in the charge of which he succeeded me, 
resigning to accept again in 1883 the place next me in the Columbia 
College Library, and again resigning in 1889 to become Librarian in 
charge of Classification and Catalogs in the New York State Library. 
Of the rare unselfishness with which he has given time taken from 
rest and recreation to advancing work in which he shared my interest, 
this book is the best witness. 

In his varied reading, correspondence, and conversation on the 
subject, the author has doubtless receivd suggestions and gaind ideas 
which it is now impossible for him specifically to acknowledge. The 
Nuovo sistema di catalogo bibliografico gcncrale of Natale Battezzati, 
of Milan, adopted by the Italian publishers in 1871, tho he has copied 
nothing from it, more than any other single system stimulated the 
author's study of the problem. The plan of the St Louis Public School 
Library and that of the Apprentices' Library of New York, which in 
some respects resemble his own, were not seen till all the essential 

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TOPICAL INDEXES. ACKNOWLEDGMENTS 

features were decided on, tho not given to the public. In filling the 
nine classes of the scheme, the inverted Baconian arrangement of the 
St Louis Library has been followd. The author has no desire to 
claim original invention for any part of his system where another has 
been before him, and would most gladly make specific acknowledgment 
of every aid and suggestion were it in his power to do so. 

With these general explanations and acknowledgments he submits 
the scheme, which has cost so much time and strength, with the hope 
that it may prove as useful to others as it has to himself. It is a little 
book, but it came not forth except by grievous labor. 

Melvil Dewey 

New York State Library 
Dec. 25, 1890 

The previous editions have been dated Amherst College Library, 
June 10, 1876; Columbia College Library, Aug. 10, 1885; and Co- 
lumbia College Library, Aug. 30, 1888. 



\4r) 



First Summary 



Classes 



0. GENERAL WORKS 

1. PHILOSOPHY 

2. RELIGION 

3. SOCIOLOGY 

4. PHILOLOGY 

5. NATURAL SCIENCE 

6. USEFUL ARTS 

7. FINE ARTS 
a LITERATURE 



9. 


HISTORY 




. O .A*. ^'^vr-^X . 




.B 


1 


V. 


^A-\, 


Y.%. c •. 



Second Summary 

DIVISIONS. 



ooo 


Oeneral Works. 


500 Nataral Science. 


OIO 


Bibliography. 


510 


Mathematics. 


020 


Library Economy. • ( 


520 


Astronomy. 


030 


General Cyclopedias. 


530 


Physics. 


040 


General Colleciions. v 


540 


Chemistry. 


050 


General Periodicals. 


550 


Geology. 


060 


General Societies. 


560 


Paleontology. 


070 


Newspapers. 


570 


Biology. 


080 


Special Libraries. Polyqraphy. 


580 


Botany. 


090 


Book Rarities. 


590 


Zoology. 


100 


PhiloeM>phy. 


600 Useful Arts. 


no 


Metaphysics. 


610 


Medicine. 


120 


Special Metaphysical Topics. 


620 


Engineering. 


130 


Mind and Bodv 


630 


Agriculture. 


140 


Philosophical Systems. 


640 


Domestic Economy. 


150 


Mental Faculties. Psychology. 


650 


Communication and Commekci. 


160 


Logic 


660 


Chemical Technology. 


170 


Ethics. 


670 


Manufactures. 


180 


Ancient Philosophers. 


680 


Mechanic Th.\oes. 


190 


Modern Philosophers. 


690 


Building. 


200 


Kelifi^on. 


700 Fine Arts. 


210 


Natural Theology. 


710 


Landscape Gaeoening. 


220 


Bible. 


720 


Architecture. 


230 


Doctrinal Theol, Dogmatics. 


730 


Sculpture. 


240 


Devotional and Practicai^ 


740 


Drawing. Des-gn. Decoration. 


250 


HomileticPastoral. Parochial. 


750 


Painting. 


260 


Church. Institutions. Work. 


760 


Engraving. 


270 


Religious History. 


770 


Photography. 


280 


Christian Churches and Sects. 


780 


Music. 


290 


Non-Christian Religions. 


790 


Amusements. 


300 


Sociology. 


800 Literature. 


310 


Statistics. 


810 


American. 


320 


Political Science. 


820 


English. 


330 


Political Economy. 


830 


German. 


340 


Law. 


840 


French. 


350 


Administration. 


850 


Italian. 


360 


Associations and Institutions. 


860 


Spanish. 


370 


Education. 


?/o 


Latin. 


380 


Commerce and Communication. 


880 


Greek. 


390 


Customs. Costumes. Folk-lore. 


890 


Minor Languages. 


400 


Philologry. 


000 History. 


410 


Comparative. 


910 ( 


Geography and Description, 


420 


English. 


920 


Biography. 


430 


German. 


930 


Ancient History. 


440 


French. 


940 


/^Europe. 


450 


Italian. 


950 c 


Asia. 


460 


Spanish. 


960 « J 


Africa. 


470 


Latin. 


970 li 


North America. 


480 


Greek. 


South America. 


490 


Minor Languages. 


990 


^OCFANICA AND POLAR REGION* 



Third Summary 



Sections 



GENERAL WORKS. 



Limited to none of the nine classes. 



ooo 

001 
002 

003 

004 
005 
006 
007 
ooS 
009 

010 

on 
012 
013 
014 
015 
016 
017 
018 
019 
020 
021 
022 
023 
024 
025 
026 

028 

oag 
030 

031 
032 

034 

036 

037 
038 

030 

040 

*)4i 
042 

043 
044 

045 

046 

047 

048 

049 



>f 



»» 



>» 



»> 



»* 



»» 



n 



»» 



Left blank for local history or 
biocraphy, etc.. where some special 
collection is making which is to be 
kept in a case by itself, out of its 
regular place in the classification. 
Individuals use these numbers for 
personal diaries, note books, 
memorabilia, etc. 



Bibliography. 

General Bibliographies. 
Of Special A uthors. 

Classes of Amliors. 

Forms, Pseudonyms, etc. 

Countries. 

Subjects. 
Subject Catalogs. 
Author ,, 

Dictionary ,, 
Libniry Economy, 
Scope and Founding. 
Buildings. 

Government and Service. 
Regulations for Readers. 
Administration. Deparimcnts. 
Special Subject Libraries, etc. 
General Libraries. Reports, etc. 
Reading and Aids. 
Literary Methods. 
General Cyclopedias. 

.American. 

Knglish. 

German. 

French. 

Italian. 

Spanish. 

Slavic. • 

Scandinavian. 

Minor Languages. 

General CollectedEssayi^etc. 



American. 

Knglish. 

German. 

French. 

Italian. 

Spanish. 

Slavic. 

.Scandinavian. 

Minor Iw«nguages. 



050 

051 
052 

053 
054 

05s 
056 

057 
058 

059 

oeo 

061 
062 
063 
064 
065 
066 
067 
068 
069 

070 

071 
07a 

073 
074 

075 
076 

077 

078 

079 

080 

oSi 
082 
083 
084 
085 
086 
087 
088 
089 
OOO 
091 
092 

093 

o<;4 
095 
096 
097 
098 
099 



General Periodicals. 

American. 

English. 

German. 

French. 

Italian. 

Spanish. 

.Slavic. 

Scandinavian. 

Minor Languages. 

General Societies. 

American. 
English. 
German. 
French. 
Italian. 
Spanish. 
Slavic. 

Scandinavian. 
Mwor Languages. 
Newspapers. Journalism. 

American. 

English. 

German. 

French. 

Italian. 

Spanish. 

Slavic. 

Scandinavian. 

Minor Languages. , 

Special Libraries. Polygraph}*. 

Lch blank to be used (if preferred to 
prefixinji; an initial) for general collec- 
tions of books which bv terms of gift or 
for other cause mui>t be kept together. 
This must be kept distinct from 040 Mihere 
the individual books are polygraphic, i.e. 
are bound pamphlets, essays, addresses, 
scrap or note books, etc. too general in 
scope to go under any single class. Juve- 
niles could be put here, but are better 
kept in a separate class, marked J. 

Book KariticN. ' 

Manuscripts. 

Block Books. 

Early Printed. Incunabula. Sce^ss 

Rare Printing. Privately Printed. 

Rare Binding. 

Rare Illustrations or Materials. 

Ownership. Book Plates. 

Prohibited. Lost. Imaginary. 

Other Rarities. Curiosa. 





Third Summary 




Sections 




PHILOSOPHY. 


too 


Philosophy. 


150 


Mental Faculties. 


lOX 


Utility. \} . i^ 


»5i 


Intellect. 


102 


Compends. }, - » \ ',■ . -; 


152 


Sense. 


»o3 


Dictionaries. 


153 


Understanding. 


104 


Essays. 


>54 


Memory. 


105 


Periodicals. 


US 


Imagination. 


106 


Societies. 


156 


Reason. 


107 


Education. 


»S7 


Sensibility. Emotions. 


108 


Polygraphy. • "^ 


158 


Instincts. 


109 


History. 


159 


Will. 


110 


Metaphysics* 


160 


liOiric. 


III 


Ontology. 


161 


Inductive. 


112 


Methodology. 


162 


Deductive. 


"3 


Cosmology. 


163 


Assent. 


"4 


Space. 


164 


Symbolic Algebraic. 


"5 


Time. 


165 


Sources of error. Fallacies. 


116 


Motion. 


166 


Syllogism. Enthymeme. 


"7 


Matter. 


167 


Hypothesis. 


118 


Force, 


168 


Argument and persuasion. 


119 


Quantity. Number. 


169 


Analogy. Correspondence. 


120 


Metaphysical Topics. 


170 


ethics. 


121 


Knowledge, origin, and limits. 


171 


Theory of ethics. 


122 


Causation. Cause and effect. 


172 


State ethics. 


123 


Liberty and Necessity. 


^7Z 


Family ethics. 


124 


Teleology. Final causes. 


174 


Professional and business ethics. 


125 


Infinite and finite. 


175 


Ethics of amusements. 


126 


Consciousness. Personality. 


176 


Sexual ethics. 


127 


Unconsciousness. Automata. 


177 


Social ethics. 


128 


The soul. 


178 


Temperance. 


129 


Origin of the individual soul. 


179 


Other ethical topics. 


130 


Mind and Body. 


180 


Ancient Philosophers. 


»3» 


Mental physiology and hygiene. 


181 


Oriental. 


132 


Mental derangements. 


182 


Early Greek. 


133 


Delusions. V/itchcraft. Magic. 


183 


Sophistic and Socratic. 


134 


Mesmerism. Clairvoyance. 


184 


Platonic. 


US 


Sleep. Dreams. Somnambulisn 


185 


Aristotelian. 


136 


Mental Characteristics. 


186 


Pyrrhonist and New Platonist 


»37 


Temperaments. 


187 


Epicurean. 


138 


Physiognomy. 


188 


Stoic. 


139 


Phrenology. Mental photography. 


189 


Early Christian and medieval 


140 


Philosophical Systems. 


190 


Modem Philosophers. 


141 


Idealism. Transcendentalism. 


191 


American. 


142 


Critical. 


1 02 


British. 


143 


Intuitionalism. 


193 


German. 


144 


Empiricism. 


194 


French. 


MS 


Sensationalism. 


19s 


Italian. 


146 


Materialism. Positivism. 


196 


Spanish. 


M7. 


Pantheism. Monism. 


197 


Slavic 


148 


Eclecticism. 


198 


Scandinavian. 


149 


Other philosophical systems. 


199 


Other modem. 



Third Summary 



Sections 



RELIGION 



200 


Ueli^on. 


250 


201 


Philosophy. Theories. 


251 


202 


Compends. 


252 


203 


Dictionaries. Cyclopedias. 


253 


204 


Essays. Lectures. Addresses. 


254 


205 


Periodicals. Reviews. 


255 


206 


Societies. Transactions. 


256 


207 


Education. Theological Schools. 


257 


208 


Polygraphy. Collections, 


258 


209 


History of Theology. 


259 


210 


Natural Theologry. 


260 


211 


Deism and Atheism. 


261 


212 


Pantheism. Theosophy. 


262 


213 


Creation. Evolution. 


263 


214 


Providence. 7 heodicy. Fatalism. 


264 


215 


Religion and Science. 


265 


216 


Evil. Depravity. 


266 


217 


Prayer. 


267 


218 


Future Life. Immortality. 


268 


219 


Analogies. Correspondences. 


269 


220 


Bible. 


270 


221 


Old Testament. 


271 


222 


Historical Books, 


272 


223 


Poetical 


273 


224 


Prophetical , 


274 


225 


New Tcstamenr. 


275 


226 


Gospels and Acts, 


276 


227 


Epistles, 


277 


228 


Apocalypse, 


278 


229 


Apocrypha, 


279 


230 


Doctrinal. Donrmattcs. 


280 


23« 


God. Unity. Trinity. 


281 


232 


Christ. Christology. 


282 


233 


Man. The Fall. Sin. 


283 


234 


Salvation. Soteriology. 


.'S4 


235 


Angels. Devils. Satan. 


285 


236 


Eschatology. Death. Judgment. 


286 


237 


Future State. 


287 


238 


Creeds. Confessions. 


288 


239 


Apologetics. 


289 


240 


Practical. Devotional. 


200 


241 


Didactic Catechisms. 


291 


242 


Meditative. 


292 


243 


Hortatory. 


293 


244 


Devout miscellany. Fiction. 


294 


245 


Hymnology. Religious Poetry. 


295 


246 


Ecclesiology. Symbolism. 


296 


247 


Sacred Furniture, Vessels, etc 


297 


248 


Personal Religion. Asceticism. 


298 


249 


Family Devotions . . 


299 



Homiletle. Pastoral. Parochial. 

Homiletics. Preaching. 
Sermons. 

Pastoral Visitations. Evangelistic 
Clerical Support. Celibacy. 
Brotherhoods and Sisterhoods. 
Societiesfor Parish Work. Guilds. 
Pirochial Schools, Libraries, etc. 
Parish Care of Sick, Fallen, etc. 
Other Ministrations and Work. 

Church. Institutions. Work. 

Church. 

Ecclesiastical polity. 
Sabbath. Lord's Day. Sunday. 
Public Worship. Ritual. 
Sacraments. Ordinances. 
Missions. Home and Foreign. 
Associations. Y. M. C. A., etc 
Sunday Schools. 
Revivals. Retreats. 

Religrious History. 

Monastic Orders. 

Persecutions. 

Doctrines. Dogmas. Heresies. 

Europe. 

Asia. 

Africa. 

North America. 

South America. 

Occanica. 

Christian Churches & Sects. 

Primitive and Oriental. 

Roman Catholic 

Anglican and American P. E. 

Continental Protestant. 

Presbyterian. Congregational. 

Baptist. 

Methodist. 

Unitarian. 

Minor Christian Sects. 

£thnic. Non-Christian. 

Comparative & General Mythology. 
Greek and Roman Mythology, 
Teutonic and North^n Mythology, 

Brahmanism. Buddhism. 

Parseeism. 

Judaism. 

Mohammedanism. 

Mormonism. 

Minor Non-Christian Religi< 



Third Summary 



Sections 



SOCIOLOGY 



300 


Sociology. 


350 


Administration. War. 


301 


Philosophy of Civilization. 


35» 


Civil Service. 


302 


Compends. 


352 


Local Government. City. Town. 


303 


Dictionaries. 


353 


United States and State. 


304 


Essays. 


354 


Foreign States. 


305 


Periodicals. 


355 


Army. Military Science. See 623. 


306 


Societies. 


356 


Infantry, 


307 


Education. 


357 


Cavalry, 


308 


Polygraphy. 


358 


Artillery. 


309 


History of Sociology. 


359 


Navy. Naval Science. See 623.8. 


310 


Statistics. 


360 


Associations. Institutions. 


3" 


Theory. Methods. Science of. 


361 


Charitable. 


312 


Population. Progress. Vital. 


362 


Hospitals. Asylums. 


313 


Special Topics. 


363 


Political. 


314 


Europe. 


364 


Reformatory. 


315 


Asia. 


365 


Prisons. Discipline. 


316 


Africa. 


366 


Secret Societies. 


3^7 


North America. 


367 


Social Clubs. 


318 


South America. 


368 


Insurance. 


3»9 


Oceanica. 


369 


Other. 


320 


Political Science. 


370 


education. 


321 


Form of State. 


371 


Teachers, Methods, and Discipline. 


322 


Church and State. 


372 


Elementary. 


323 


Internal or Domestic Relations. 


373 


Higher. 


324 


Suffrage. 


374 


Self-education and Culture. 


325 


Colonies and Immigration. 


375 


Curriculum. 


326 


Slavery. 


376 


Of Women. 


327 


Foreign Relations. 


377 


Religious, Ethical, and Secular. 


328 


Legislative Bodies and Annals. 


378 


Colleges and Universities. 


329 


Political Parties. 


379 


Public-School System. 


330 


Political economy. 


380 


Commerce, Communic4»tion. 


331 


Capital. Labor. Wages. 


381 


Domestic Trade. 


332 


Banks. Money. Credits. Interest. 


382 


F'oreign Trade. Consular Reports. 


333 


Land. Ownership. Rights and Rent. 


383 


Post Office. 


334 


Co-operation. 


384 


Telegraph. Cable. Telephone. 


335 


Socialism and Communism. 


385 


Railroad and Express. 


336 


Finance. Public Funds. Taxation. 


386 


Canal and Highway Transportation, 


337 


Protection and Free Trade. 


387 


River and Ocean Transportation. 


338 


Production and Manufactures. 


388 


City Transit. See 625. 


339 


Pauperism. 


389 


Weights and Measures. Metrology. 


340 


Law. 


390 


Customs. Popular Life. 


341 


International Law. 


391 


Costume and Care of Person. 


342 


Constitutional Law. 


392 


Birth. Home and Sex Customs. 


343 


Criminal Law. 


393 


Treatment of Dead. 


344 


Martial I^w. 


394 


Public and Social Customs. 


345 


American Statutes and Cases. 


395 


Etiquette. 


346 


British Statutes and Cases. 


^96 


Woman's Position and Treatment 


347 


Treatises. American and British. 


397 


Gipsies. 


348 


Canon Law. 


398 


Folk-lore. Proverbs, etc. 


349 


Foreign Law. Roman. 


399 


Customs of War. 



\ 



Tbiu> Sdhmasy 



Philosophy. 
Compends. 

Diclionaries. 

Peiiodicals. 
Societies. 

Study and Teaching. 
Polygraphy. 
History. 
Comiinratlve. 
Orthngrapiiy. 
Etymology. 



Phonology. 
Grammar. 
Prosody . 



Ins 



■iptio. 



Tens. 
Hieroglyphics. 
English, 

Orthography. 
Etymology. 



4^4 Synonyms. 

426 Prosody. 

427 Dialects, 

428 School Te»ts, 

429 Anglo- Saxon. 
430 Gernina. 

43; Orlhogtaphj 
43s Etymology. 



Prosody. 

Dialects. 

School Texts. 
Minor Teutonic 
Frencli. 

Orthography. 
Elymology. 

Grammar. 

Dialects. 
School Teils. 

Proven9al, 



Sections 


LOG" 
460 


Y 


45' 


Orthogriphy. 


4S» 


Etymology. 


453 


Dictionaries. 


454 


Synonyms. 


4SS 




456 


Prosody. 


457 


Dialects. 


458 


School Texts. 


459 


Rumansh and Wallachian. 


460 


Spanish. 


46. 


Orthography, 


462 


Etymology. 


4fi3 


Uimionaries. 


464 


Synonyms. 


465 


Grammar. 


466 


Prosody. 


467 


Dialects. 


468 


School Texts. 


469 


Portuguese. 


470 


Latin. 


471 


Ortht^raphy. 


472 


Etymology. 


473 


Dictionaries, 


474 


Synonyms. 


471 


Grammar. 


4:G 


Prosody. 




Dialects. 


478 


School Texts, 


479 


Minor Italic. 


480 


Greek. 


43. 


Orthography. 


482 




4S3 


Dictionaries. 


484 


Synonyms, 


485 


Grammar, 


486 


I'roiody. 


487 


Dialects. 


4S8 


,Stlio..l TcMs. 


489 


^[illr,r H.llcnic. 


400 




49' 


Minor Indo-European. 


49! 


Semitic 


493 


Hamitic. 


4W 


Scythian. 


495 


Eastern Asiatic 


496 


African. 


497 


North American. 


498 


South American, 


499 





Third SuMMioiY 



Sections 



NATURAL SCIENCE 



500 

501 
502 

503 
504 

505 
506 

507 
508 

509 
510 

5" 
512 

515 
516 

517 
518 

519 
520 

521 

522 

523 
524 

525 
526 

527 
528 

529 
530 

531 
532 
533 
534 
535 
S36 
537 
538 

539 
540 

541 
542 

543 
544 

545 
546 

547 
548 

549 



Natural Science. 

Philosophy. 

Compends, Outlines. 

Dictionaries, Cyclopedias. 

Essays, Lectures, Addresses. 

Periodicals. 

Societies, Transactions, etc. 

Education, Teaching. 

Polygraphy, Collected Works. 

History. 

Mathematics. 

Arithmetic. 

Algebra. 

Geometry, Conic Sections. 

Trigonometry. 

Descriptive Geometry. 

Analytical Geometry, Quaternions. 

Calculus. 

Probabilities. 

Ajstronomy. 

Theoretical. 

Practical and Spherical. 

Descriptive. 

Maps and Observations. 

Earth. 

Geodesy. 

Navigation. 

Ephemerides. 

Chronology. 
Physics. 

Mechanics. 

Liquids, Hydraulics. 

Gases, Pneumatics. 

Sound, Acoustics. 

Light, Optics. 

Heat. 

Electricity. 

Magnetism. 

Molecular Physics. 
Chemistry. 

Theoretical. 

Practical and Experimental 

Analysis. 
Qualitative. 
Quantitative, 

Inorganic. 

Organic. 
Crystallography. 
Mineralogy. 



550 

551 
552 
553 
554 
555 
556 
557 
558 

559 
560 

561 

562 

563 
564 

565 
566 

567 
568 

569 

570 

571 

572 

5Z1. 



Creologry. 

Physical and Dynamical Geology 

Lithology, Petrography. 

Economic Geology. 

Europe. 

Asia. 

Africa. 

North America. 

South America. 

Oceanica. 

Paleontology. 

Plants. 
Invertebrates. 

Protozoa. Radiates, 

Afollusks, 

Articulates, 
Vertebrates. 

Fishes. Batrachia 

Reptiles. Birds. 

Mammals. 

Biologry. Cthnolosry* 

Prehistoric Archaeology. 

Ethnology. 

Natural History of Man. 



574 

575 
576 

577 

578 

579 
580 

581 

582 

583 
584 

585 
586 

587 
588 

589 
590 

591 
592 

593 
594 

595 
596 
597 
598 
599 



Homologies. 
Evolution. Species. 
Origin and Beginnings of Life. 
Properties of Living Matter. 
Microscopy. 
Collectors* Manuals. 
Botany. 

Physiological and Structural. 
Phanerogamia. 

Dicotyledonce. 

Monocotyledons. 

Gymnospermce. 
Cryptogamia. 

Pteridophyta. 

Bryophyta, 

Thallophyta. 

Zoologry. 

Physiological Zoology. 
Invertebrates. 

Protozoa. Radiates, 

Mollusks. 

Articulates. 
Vertebrates. 

Fishes. Batrachia. 

Reptiles. Birds. 

Mammals. 



Third Summary 



Sections 



USEFUL ARTS 



ooo 


UsefcU Arts. 


6oi 


Philosophy. 


602 


Compends. 


603 


Dictionaries. Cyclopaedias. 


604 


Essays. Lectures. Addresses. 


60s 


Periodicals. Magazines. Reviews. 


606 


Societies. Fairs. Exhibitions. 


607 


Education. Schools of Technology. 


60S 


Patents. 


609 


History of Useful Arts. 


610 


Medicine. 


6x1 


Anatomy. 


612 


Physiology. 


013 


Hygiene. Gymnastics. Training. 


614 


Public health. See also 62S, San. Eng. 


61S 


Materia medica. Therapeutics. 


616 


Pathology. Diseases. Treatment. 


617 


Surgery. Dentistry. , 


618 


Diseases of Women and Children. 


619 


Comparative Medicine. Veterinary. 


620 


Kngrineeringr- 


621 


Mechanical. 


622 


Mining. 


623 


Military. 


624 


Bridge and Roof. 


625 


Road and Railroad. 


626 


Canal. 


627 


River and Harbor. 


628 


Sanitary. Water-works. 


629 


Other branches. 


630 


Agriiculture. 


631 


Soil. Fertilizers. Drainage. 


632 


Pests. Hindrances. Blights. Insects. 


633 


Grains. Grasses. Fibres. Tea, etc. 


634 


Fruits. Orchards. Vineyards. 


635 


Kitchen Garden. See 716, Flowcre. 


636 


Domestic animals. 


637 


Dairy. Milk- Butter. Cheese. 


638 


Bees. Silkworms. 


639 


Fishing. Trapping. 


640 


Domestic Economy. 


641 


Cookery. Gastronomy. 


642 


Confectionery. Ices. 


643 


Food. Dining. Carving. 


644 


Fuel. Lights. See also 697, 665,621.38. 


645 


Furniture. Carpets. Upholstery. 


646 


Clothing. Toilet. Cosmetics. 


647 


Servants. Training. Duties. Wages. 


648 


Laundry. 


649 


Nursery. Children. Sick-room 



650 

651 
652 

653 
654 

655 
656 

657 
658 
659 

660 

661 
662 
663 
664 
665 
666 
667 
668 
669 

6 70 

671 
672 

673 
674 

675 
676 

677 

678 

679 

680 

681 
682 
683 
684 
685 
686 
687 
688 
689 

690 

691 
692 

693 
694 

695 
696 

697 

698 

699 



Commimieatioii. Commerce. 

Writing. Cipher. Typewriters. 
Penmanship, Materials, Methods, 
Short hand, AbbrevieUions, 

Telegraphy. Cables. Signals. 

Printing. Type. Stereos. Publishing. 

Transportation. Railroading, etc. 

Book-keeping. Accounts. 

Business manuals. Methods. Tables. 

Advertising and other topics. 

Cliemical Technolosry* 

Chemicals ; Salts, Paints, etc 
Pyrotechnics. Explosives. 
Beverages; Wines, Liquors, Ales,etc. 
Foods ; Sugar, Starch, etc 
Lights ; Gas, Oil, Candles, etc. 
Ceramics, Glass, Clay, Cement, etc 
Bleaching. Dyeing. Inks. 
Other organic chemical industries. 
Metallurgy. Assaying. 

Manu&ctures. 

Articles made of Metals. 

OflronandSteel; StoveSfCutlery^, 
0/ Brass and Bronze; Bells, etc. 

Lumber and articles made of wood. 

Leather „ „ . „ leather. 

Paper „ „ „ paper. 

Cotton, Wool, Silk, Linen, etc. 

Rubber and articles made of rubber. 

Celluloid and other. 

Mechanic Trades. 

Watch and Instrument-making. 
Blacksmithing. Horseshoeing. 
Lock and Gun-making. 
Carriage and Cabinet-making. 
Saddlery and Shoe-making. Trunks. 
Book-binding. 
Clothes-making. Hats. 

Other trades. 
Buildingr. 

MateriaIs.Timber,Stone,etcSee 6so.i 
Plans and Specifications. 
Masonry. Plastering, etc 
Carpentry. Stair-building. 
Slating and Tiling. 
Plumbing. Gas and Steam-fitting. 
Warming and Ventilation. 
Painting, Glazing. Paper-hanging. 

Car and Ship-building. See 633.8. 



Third Summary 



Sections 



FINE ARTS 



TOO 


Fine Arts. 


701 


Philosophy. iEsthclic. 


702 


Compends. 


703 


Dictionaries. 


704 


Essays. Addresses. 


705 


Periodicals. 


706 


Societies. 


707 


Education. Study. Teaching. 


708 


Art Galleries. 


709 


History of Art. 


710 


Landscape Garden ingr. 


7" 


Public Parks. 


712 


Private Grounds. Lawns. 


713 


Walks. Drives. 


714 


Water. Fountains. Lakes. 


715 


Trees. Hedges. Shrubs. 


716 


Plants. Flowers. Conservatories. 


717 


Arbors. Seats. Outlooks. 


718 


Monuments. 


719 


Cemeteries. See also 393. 


720 


Architecture. 


721 


Architectural Construction. 


722 


Ancient and Oriental. 


723 


Medieval. Gothic. 


724 


Modern. 


725 


Public Buildings. 


726 


Ecclesiastical and Religious. 


727 


Educational and Scientific. 


728 


Residences. 


729 


Design and Decoration. 


730 


Sculpture. 


73^ 


Materials and Methods. 


732 


Ancient. 


733 


GrffJk attd Roman 


734 


Medieval. 


735 


Modern. 


73^ 


Carving. Seals. Dies. Gems. 


737 


Numismatics. Coins. Medals. 


73^ 


Pottery. Porcelain. 


739 


Bronzes. Bric-a-brac. 


740 


I>rawingr. Decoration. 


741 


Free-hand. Crayon. 


742 


Perspective. See also 5 1 5.6. 


743 


Art Anatomy. 


744 


Mathematical Drawing. See 515. 


745 


Ornamental Design. Carpet, etc. 


746 


Art iVd€dirwark. 


747 


InUrior Decoration, 


748 


Stained and IridtscetU Glass. 


749 


Artistic Furniture. 



750 

751 
75a 
753 
754 
755 
756 

757 
758 

759 
760 

761 
762 

763 

764 
765 
766 
767 
768 
769 

770 

771 
772 

773 
774 

775 
776 

777 
77^ 
779 
780 
781 
782 

783 
784 

785 
786 

787 
788 

789 

790 

791 
792 

793 

794 

795 
796 

797 
798 

799 



Painting^. 

Materials and Methods. 

Color. 

Epic Mythic Idealistic 

Genre. Still Life. 

Religious. Ecclesiastic. 

Historical. Battles, etc 

Portrait. 

Landscape. Marine. 

Various Schools. 

Engrravinfc* 

Wood. 

Copper. Steel. 
Lithography. 
C hromol i thogr aphy . 
Line. Stipple. 
Mezzotint. Aquatint. 
Etching. Dry Print. 
Bank Note. Machine. 
Collections of Engravings. 

Pliotosrraphy. 

Photographic Chemistry. 
Silver processes, etc. 
Gelatine and Pigment processes. 
Albertype, and Printer's Ink. 
Photolithography. 
Photozincography, etc. 
Photo-engraving. Photo-electros. 
Special Applications. 
Collections of Photographs. 

Music. 

Theory. 

Dramatic. 

Sacred. 

Vocal. 

Orchestral. 

Piano and Organ. 

Stringed Instruments. 

Wind 

Other 

Amusements. 

Public Entertainments. 

Theater, Opera. 
In-door Amusements. 

Games of skill. Chess. 

Games of chance. Cards. 
Out-door Sports. 

Backing and BalL 

Horsematuhtp, Racing. 

Fishing, Hunting. Shooting. 



» 



»» 





Thikd Suhmakv 


Si 


ACTIONS 




LITERATURE 


80O 


Uteratnre. 


850 




8oi 


Fhilosoph]'. 


85. 


Poetry. 


802 




8S» 


Drama. 


803 


Dictionaries. 


8S3 


„ Fiction. 


804 


Essays. 


8S4 


„ Essays. 


80s 


Periodicals. 


855 


Oratory. 


806 


Societies. 


856 


Letters. 


807 


Study and Teaching. 


857 


Satire, Humor. 


80S 


Treatises, Rhetoric. 


858 


Mi-scellany. 


805 


History. 


S59 


Rumansh and Wallachian. 


810 




860 


Spanish Liteniture. 


811 


„ Poetry. 


861 


Poetry. 


813 


„ Drama. 


S6z 


„ Drama. 


8.3 


„ Fiction. 


863 


„ Fiction. 


8.4 


Essays. 


864 


„ Essays. 


8,s 


Oratory. 


86s 


„ Oratory. 


S16 


Letters. 


866 


„ Letters. 


8.7 


Satire, Humor. 


867 


Satire, Humor. 


818 


Miscellany. 


868 


Miscellany. 


819 




869 


Portuguese Literature. 


820 


EngllBh Literature. 


870 


Latin Literature. 


811 


„ Poetry. 


87. 


„ Poetry. 


821 


„ Drama. 


87! 


Dramatic. 


823 


„ Fiction. 


873 


Efu. 


824 


„ Essays. 


874 


Lyric. 


82s 


„ Oratory. 


87s 


„ Oratory. 


826 


Utters. 


876 


„ Letters. 


827 


Satire, Humor. 


877 


, Satire, Humor. 


828 


Miscellany. 


878 


„ Mi,«rllany 


829 


Anglo-Saxon Literature. 


879 


Minor Italic Literatures. 


830 




880 


Greek TJterature. 


831 


„ Poetry. 


88[ 


„ Poetry. 


83. 


„ Drama. 


882 


Dram^. 


833 


Fiction. 


883 


Epic. 


834 


Essays. 


884 


Lyric. 


835 


Oratory. 


885 


Oratory. 


836 


Letters. 


SS6 


„ Letters. 


837 


„ Satire, liumoi. 


S87 


„ Satire, Humor. 


838 


Miscellany. 


888 


Miscellany. 


839 


Minor Teutonic Literatures. 


889 


Minor Hellenic Literatures 


840 


French TJterature. 


890 


Minor Lanjiuages. 


841 


„ Poetry. 


891 


Minor Indo-European. 


842 


„ Drama. 


892 


Semitic. 


»<3 


„ Fiction. 


893 


Hamitic 


844 


„ Essays. 


S94 


Scythian. 


8<S 


„ Oratory. 


895 


Eastern Amatic 


846 


„ Letters. 


896 


Africati. 


847 


„ Satire, Humor. 


897 


North American. 


•48 


„ Miscellany. 


S98 


South American. 


«<9 


Provencal Literature. 


899 







Third Summary 




Sections 




HISTORY 




900 


History. 


950 . 


Asia. 


901 


Philosophy. 


951 


China. 


902 


Compends. Chronology. 


952 


Japan. 


903 


Dictionaries. 


953 


Arabia. 


904 


Essays. 


954 


India. 


905 


Periodicals. 


955 


Persia. 


906 


Societies. 


956 


Turkey in Asia. 


907 


Study and Teaching. 


957 


Siberia. [taa 


908 


Polygraphy. 


958 


Turkistan. Afghanistan. Beloochis- 


909 


Universal Histories. 


959 


Farther India. 


910 


Geography and Deficrlptioii. 


960 


Africa. 


911 


Historical. 


961 


North Africa. 


912 


Maps. 


962 


Egypt. Nubia. 


9U 


Antiquities. 


963 


Abyssinia. 


914 


Europe. 


964 


Morocco. 


915 


Asia. 


965 


Algeria. 


916 


Africa. 


966 


North Central Africa. 


917 


North America. 


967 


South Central Africa. 


918 


South America. 


968 


South Africa. 


919 


Oceanica. Polar Regions. 


969 


Madagascar. 


920 


Biography. 


970 


North America. 


921 


Of Philosophy. 


971 


British America. 


922 


„ Theology. 


972 


Mexico. Centra] America. 


923 


,, Sociology. 


973 


United States. 


924 


M Philology. 


974 


North Atlantic States. 


925 


„ Science. 


975 


South Atlantic States. 


926 


„ Useful Arts. 


976 


South Central or Gulf States. 


927 


„ Fine Arts. 


977 


Northeast Central or Lake „ 


928 


„ Literature. 


978 


West Central or Mountain « 


929 


Genealogy. Heraldry. 


979 


Pacific States 


930 


Ancient History. 


980 


South America. 


931 


Chinese. 


981 


Brazil. 


932 


Egjrptian. 


982 


Argentine Republic 


933 


Jewish. 


983 


ChilL 


934 


Indian. 


984 


Bolivia. 


935 


Medo-Persian. 


985 


Peru. 


936 


Keltic. 


986 


Colombia. Ecuador. 


937 


Roman. 


987 


Venezuela. 


• 938 


Greek. 


988 


Guiana. 


939 


Minor Countries. 


989 


Paraguay. Uruguay. 


940 


Europe. 


990 Oceanica. Polar Regions. 


941 


Scotland. Ireland. 


991 


Malaysia. 


942 


England. Wales. 


992 


Sunda. 


943 


Germany. Austria. 


993 


Australasia. 


944 


France. 


994 


Australia. 


945 


Italy. 


995 


New Guinea. 


946 


Spain. Portugal. 


996 


Polynesia. 


947 


Russia. 


997 


Isolated Islands. 


948 


Norway. Sweden. Denmark. 


998 


Arctic Regions. 


949 


Minor Countries. 


999 


Antarctic Regions. 



Complete Tables 



INCLUDING ALL THE 



SUB-SECTIONS 



General works 



010 Bibliography. 

•lyTheoryy Utility, etc. ; .2, Compends; .3, Dictionaries; .4, Essays; .5, Periodicals; A 
Societies; .7, Education, Training, see also 020.7; .8, Polygraphy ; .9, History. 

Oil General Bibliographies. Universal Catalogs. 

on is by Authors. If by Subjects they go in 016. 

oxa-oib include both bibliographies and catalogs. 0x7-0x9 is limited to cata- 
logs of general collections. 

012 Of Individual Authors. 

Alphabeted by bibliographees, not by compilers; e. fr, Chaucer, Dante, Ruskin, etc. 
Authors on whom special collections are bein^ made (e. g in 800s), attract their 
bibliographies to same number, leaving only u reference here. 

013 Of special Classes of Authors. 

e. g. Kooks written by Jesuits, by Catholics, by members of the Bavarian academy, 
etc. or these may go with the bibliography of the church, society, etc., with 
references here. 

014 Of Special Forms. Anonyms, Pseudonyms, etc. 

.I.American; .2, English; .3, German, etc. 

015 Of special Countries. 

Books published in the country. Publishers* lists, current publications. Subdivided faf 
countries like 940-999; e. g. 015.42, Bibliography of books published in England* as 
Lowndes or English Catalog. 

The history of literature, 1. e. belles lettres, poetry, drama, fiction, etc., goes, of course, with 
those topics in 800 ; but the literary history of any given place or period covering the 
writings on all subjects as well as in literature, is bibliography, and goes, usuallyy In 
015, though the literary history of some special class is 013. 

016 Of Special Subjects. 

Subdivided like the main classification, from 000-999; e. g 016.01, Bibliography of b!bB» 
ographies; 016.091, of manuscripts ; 016.5, of science; 016.942, of English hiatorf; 
etc. 

Library and Sale Catalogs. 

Catalogs of any special subject, whether subject, author, or dictionary, go under its subjeci 
number, in 016, which is the ruling heading wherever it conflicts with another. 
017-019 therefore mcludes only catalogs of general collections, limited to no 00a 
class or subject. 

017 Classed Catalogs. Systematic or Logical, 

.1, Public; .2, Private; .3, Auction; .4, Booksellers. 

For all forms of alphabetical subject catalogs, see 019. See 016 for BibliographieSa 

018 Author Catalogs. SeeonforBibUographles. 

.1, Public; .2, Private; .3, Auction; .4, Booksellers. 

A volume containing both author and subject catalogs is more useful in 017. For auctioa 
catalogs of private libraries use 018.2, not 018.3. oiS includes accession, chrono- 
logical, and any other forms (except subject and dictionary) of catalogs of coUectiona* 

019 Dictionary Catalogs. Alphabetico-classed, etc 

.1, Public; .2, Private; .3, Auction; .4, Booksellers. 



020 Library Economy. 



•It Cooperation; .2, Compcnds; .3, Dictionaries; .4, Essays; .5, Periodicals; .6, Societies; 
.7, Education, Training ; .8, Polygraphy; .9, History. 

021 Scope and Founding of Libraries. 

1 Scope and Usefulness, see 331.85 for laboring classes. 

2 Library as an Educator; as People's University. 

3 Library in Relation to Schools and the Young. 

See 371.64 and 027.8, School libraries. 

4 Library Lectures, Museums, Galleries, etc. 

5 Library as a Public Recreation. 

6 Founding. Extension. 

7 developing Interest; by Press, Lectures, School, 

Pulpit, Societies, Circulars, etc. 

8 Legislation; State and Local. 

9 Raising Funds. Securing Gifts of Books, etc. 

Subscriptions, bequests, lectures, fairs, membership fees, taxes, government aid 
(remitted duties, public documents, foreign exchanges, etc.). 

022 Buildings. see also 727.8, Architecture. 

•I Location. Provision for Grov^th. Branches. Deliveries. 

.2 Materials and Protection against Fire. Library Fires. 

•3 Plans. Number, Size, and Arrangement of Rooms. 

See 729.2. 

.4 Storage Rooms. Stacks. Alcoves. Galleries. 

.5 Reading Rooms. Central Halls. Small Study Rooms. 

.6 Administration and Special Rooms. 

Cataloging, office, patent, newspaper, public document, duplicate, class, lecture, 
museum, art, chess, conversation, waiting, coat, toilet, etc 

•7 Lighting. Natural and Artificial. Electric, Gas, etc. 

See 621.32, Electric lighting. 

•8 Heating and Ventilation as Affecting Books. 

See 697, Building, Heating, etc. See 621. 19, 628.8. 

•9 Fixtures. Furniture and Fittings. Shelving, Counters, 

Hoists, Desks, Tables, Chairs, ^tc. 



023 Government and Service. 

.1 Constitution and By-Lav^s for Managers. 

.2 Appointment and Tenure of Officers. 

.3 Trustees. Committees. Directors. 

.4 Chief Librarian. Qualification. Duties, see 920.2, Lives. 

•5 Staff. Assistants, Catalogers, Janitor. 

.6 Daily Hours. Vacations. 

.7 Titles and Duties. 

.8 Salaries. 

.9 Rules for Staff. 

024 Regulations for Readers. 

.1 Readers' Qualifications. 

User's age, Residence, Guarantees, References, Registration. 

.2 Pees and Assessments. Free Use. See 027.2 ;o37^. 

.3 Hours of Opening. Evening Opening. 

.4 Closing. Sunday, Holiday, Vacation, Examination. 

See 263.7, Sunday ; 025.8, Examination. 

.5 Reference Use. 

Access to Catalogs, Librarians, and Shelves. Reading-Room Rules. Decorum in 
Library. 

.6 Home Use. 

N umber of Books, Time, Delinquencies, Fines, Re-lending. Restrictions, Renewals. 

.7 Special Privileges to Readers. 

Extra Books. Extra Time. Reservations. Suspension of Rules. Excuses. 

.8 Injuries. Defacements. Mutilations. Losses. Thefts. 

.9 Other Regulations for Users. 



025 Administration. Departments. \^^^a^ a/^yi -j c v 7, 

oas is for the librarian's part. The trustees build and furniah (022); make rules for 
government and service (023), and regulations for readers (024) ; but the adminis- 
tration involves questions of its own, which, however, are closely allied to topics 
in 021-024 and elsewhere; e. g. the librarian must know his side of binding, 
and be able to give proper directions and supervision, but need not know all 
the details of the binder's craft (686). 

Administration includes .1, Supervision; .2, Acquisition; .3-6, Utilization; .7-9, 
Preservation ; i. e. the librarian's duty to books is to Get« Use, Keep. 

•I Executive. General supervision. 

Finances, accounts, salaries (see 023.8); Supplies, printing; Publications, statistics, 
reports, bulletins ; Relations to readers, permits, privileges, visitors ; Corres- 
pondence. 

•a Accession. Acquisition. 

Selecting and buying books, serials, pamphlets, ephemera ; Prices, discounts, duty free 
importation (see 337.8); Auctions, old book lists; Sale duplicates, exchanges, 
gifts (see also 021.9) ; Reception, checking bills, collation ; Plating, pocketing, 
embossing, private marking ; Accessioning ; Order slips, index and book, ofder 
and serial blanks. 

•^ Catalog. For printed catalogs themselves, see 017-019. TYiMxsior cataloging. 

Printed, manuscript, or card ; Author, subject, title, classed ; Dictionary or combined ; 
Codperative rules ; Size notation ; Codperative cataloging ; Duplicated titles, 
print or photography ; Mechanical accessories, cards, cases and fittings, drawers, 
trays, blocks, checks, guides, labels. 

•4 Classification. 

For philosophical classification of knowledge, see 112, Methodology. This is for 
practical classing of books, pamphlets, and notes, rather than theoretical 
speculation. 

On shelves; in catalogs; in dictionary catalogs; Systems of notation, figures, letters, 
symbols, combined ; Importance and advantages ; Difficulties ; Close vs, broad 
classing; Mnemonic features; Basis of division; Co-ordination of special 
subjects. 

•S Reference. Reference books. Aids to readers. 

See 028 for general discussion of reading and aids. This is limited to librauy ad- 
ministration. 

•O Loan. See 024. 1 and 024.6 for regulations. 

Indicators; Charging systenSs, legers vs. cards; Book cards, marks, pockets; Call 
slips, readers' cards: Notices, reserves ; Registers; Inter-library loans; Me- 
chanical accessories, slip cases, trays, tills, stamps, etc. 

•7 Binding and repair. see also 686, Bookbinding. 

Materials, durability, tight vs. spring backs, sewing, color, lettering ; Paper covers 
and temporary binders ; Restoring, mending, cleaning, and oiling. 

•8 Shelf. See 022.9, Shelving. 

Arrangement ; Shelf numbers ; Shelf and book labels ; Fixed and relative locations ; 
Sizes on shelves; Arrangement and preservation of public documents, pam- 
phlets, papers, manuscripts, maps, drawings, and plans, music, broadsides, 
clippings; Injuries, heat, gas, insects; Stocktaking; Shelf lists. 

•g Building. Care, cleaning, safety. Janitor. Police. 

See 022 for building and fittings. This is janitor's department. 



026 Libraries on special subjects. 



Histories, reports, statistics, bulletins, handbooks, circulars, and everything about 
the library not more required in one of the sections above. Subdivided by 
adding the class number of subject ; e. g. a Medical Library is 026.61 ; a Chess 
Library, 026.794 ; but the Catalog of a Chess Library is 026.794; Blanks, etc., 
from any library go under subjects in 025, as more used in studying topics; 
but, if history of individual libraries is specialized, duplicates are also desirable 
under the library in 026-7, thus making a complete set of its publications. 



027 General libraries. 



This includes both circulating and reference; i. e. all not limited to special subjects. 
Subdivided if wi&hed by countries, like 930-999; e. g. 027.744, College libraries in 

France. Or if wished, group all by geographical location, using o in 4th place 

to indicate no division by kinds of libraries; e. g. 027.044, Libraries of France ; 

027.07471, Libraries of N. Y. City. 
A private library is still classed 027.1, after it has been sold or merged in a public 

library. Buw a society library changed to a free public should take 027.4 for 

all publications after the change. 

•Z Private and family. 

•a Proprietary, Society, Club and Athenaeum. 

.2 is limited to libraries that are semi-private, requiring an election for admission, while 
.3 includes all open to any one on payment of a fee. It is the difference between 
a club and a hotel. .3 is for libraries run as a business. A mercantile library, 
even though it has endowments, if open without individual election, goes iit .3 
as a subsidized public subscription library. Many private subscription libraries 
go in .2. 

•3 Subscription. Circulating, e. g. Mudie*s, etc. 

•4 Free public. Rate supported. Endowed. See 331.8s. 

•5 State and government, 

•6 For special classes. 

Institution, prison, reformatory, asylum, monastic, workmen's, factory, railroad, 
sailors, lighthouse, itinerating. A workmen's library of books on engineer* 
ing goes 026.62, not here, as the subject is more useful than the class of readers. 

.7 College. 

•8 School. Sunday-school. Parish. See also 371.64 ; oai.3. 

•g Free nev^s- rooms and reading-rooms, see also 331.85. 



028 Reading and aids. 

See 374.1-2, Self education by private reading and reading circles. 

•z Methods. 

Tasting, skipping, reviewing, making synopses, abstracts, extracts, and index rerurat 
(see 029), book marking. 

•2 Choice of editions. Annotations, indexes, paper, type. 

•3 Courses of reading. 

•4 Fiction. Novel reading. 

.5 Reading of young. Juveniles. 

•6 Professorships of books and reading. 

Lectures. Stimulus and guidance in schools. 

•7 Use of reference books. 

.8 Aids to readers. Guidance, printed or personal, see also 028.6 and 035.5. 

•9 Character of reading in libraries. 

029 Literary methods and labor-savers. 

Much in 025 and 028 bclonj^s equally under 029 in its full meaning, but practical coiv 
venicnce is best served by referring to 025 and 02S instead of repeating the heads. 

• I AuetnOQS. e. g. Exact reference ; standard si7.es; use of colors ; thought study; inter. 

calation or card system (.»ce 025.3); cooperative methods; records r.'s. memory, etc. 

See 653, abbreviations «nd shorthand; 154.1, mnemonics; 025.4, classification. 

.1 IS for what one Uarns how to do by an im])roved method. 

.2 is for articles which one must make or buy in order to utilize. Where a pamflet 
covers both appliance and n^eth<Kl, class with predominant feature. 

•2 Appliances. Labor-saving tools and devices, seeaisor.51. 

Most Hterarv lab<»r-saving devices go also under f>5 1 , OfBcc equipment and methods; 
and are fjest kept to^eth'-T therj ; e. g. ;ill office and study furniture, fittings and 
supplies, cases, bookholders, readiut; desks, pigeonholes, liles, etc. P^or pamflet, 
map, etc., cases, see 025. H; for binders, 025.7. 

.3 Clippings. Scrapbooks or files. See also Files 651. 

.4 Notebooks, notetaking, abstracting, etc. 

.5 Indexing. Index rerums. Printed and patent indexes. 

P'or alfabeting and transliteration see 025.3. 

.6 Authorship. Writing for press. Copy and proof. 



See also 655.25 I*roof reading ; 655.52 Relations to publisliers. 



•7 
.8 



Tlie Divisions 030-070 below are all subdivided; i, American; a, EngUah; 3, Ge»> 
man; 4, French; 5, Italian; 6, Spanish; 7, Slavic; 8, Scandinavian ; 9^ OthcBi 

030 General cyclopedias. 

040 General collected essays. 

050 General periodicals. Magazines. 

060 General societies. Transactions. 

e. g. Academies of Paris» Berlin, Vienna, etc. 

070 General newspapers. Journalism. 

In large collections use geographical divisions under i, American ; a, English, etc^ 
as in 970 and 940-9. Because of large size and very general character, it m 
better to keep newspapers together here than to class with local history of tiM 
place where published. They could not go on shelves with ordinary sized boolai 
and a reference is made as easily to them under 070 as anywhere. 

080 Special libraries. Polygraphy. 
090 Book rarities. 

Books about these topics, and those chiefly valuable because of their rarity, go here* 
A rare early edition of Shakspere goes in 823.33 with reference from 099. 090 
is mostly used for grouping references to books located elsewhere. 

091 Manuscripts. Autographs. 

Photographs of mss. go with subject rather than here. 

For Diplomatics and Pabeography, see 4x7, and under the q)edal langoege, 4Si«f- 
431.7, etc. 

092 Block books. 

093 Early printed books. Incunabula, 

094 Rare printing. 

Aldines, Elzevirs, Caxtons, etc. ; Privately printed books ; Unique booke. 

095 Rare binding. 

Noted binders, costly ornament, curious bindings. 

096 Rare illustrations or materials. 

Illuminated. Illustrated by inserted plates. Printed on ventunftOk, berktelc.ie 
gold or silver letters, etc. ' 

097 Ownership. Book plates. Ex libris. 

098 Prohibited. Lost. Imaginary. 

099 Other rarities. Curiosa. Minute size, etc 



Ptiilosophiy. 



loo Philosophy in General. 

, Works limited to none of the nine Divisions. 

loi Utility. 

102 Compends, Outlines. 

103 Dictionaries, Cyclopedias. 

104 Essays, Lectures, Addresses. 

. 105 Periodicals, Philosophical Magazines. 

106 Societies, Transactions, etc. 

107 Study and Teaching of Philosophy, 

108 Polygraphy, Extracts, Maxims, etc. 

109 History of Philosophy. 

iio Metaphysics. 

111 Ontology. 

* Nature <»f Itcing. Substance and Form. 

112 Methodology. 

Philosophical Classification of Knjjwledge. TernninoUigy. for Boo*' Classificatioil see 02S4i 

113 Cosmology. 

114 Space. 

115 Time. 

116 Motion. 

117 Matter. 
I i 8 Force. 

119 Quantity. Number. 



I20 Other Metaphysical Topics. 

121 Theory of Knowledge. Origin. Limits. 

122 Causation. Cause and Effect. 

123 Liberty and Necessity. 

See also 333.7, Freedom ; a34'9t Predestination ; 159, WilL 

124 Teleology. Final Causes. 

125 Infinite and Finite. 

126 Consciousness. Personality, see ass^, Doctrint 

127 Unconsciousness. Automata. 

I 28 1 he oOUl. See 218, Natural theology ; 237, Future state. 

129 Origin of the Individual Soul. 

•Z By Special Creation, see 213, creation. 

•a By Inheritance. Traduction. 

See 57S-t> Evolution; 136.3, Mental heredity; 233.3, Spiritual heredity. 

.3 Pre -existence. 

•4 Transmigration. Palingenesis. 

.e dnanation. see also 147, Pantheism; 21a, Natural theology. 

130 Mind and Body. Anthropology. 

131 Mental Physiology and Hygiene. 

For influence of mind on body, mind cure^ etc., see 615.851 ; see also 613.8, Hygitne of 
nervous system. 

132 Mental Derangements. 

>X Insanity, see 362.2, Asylums; 920.8, Lives; 616.S4, Diseaie. 

.2 Idiocy. See 362.3, Asylums; 920.8, Lives; 371.93, Education. 

,3 Hypochondria. Melancholy, see 616.852, Hysteria. 

.4 Catalepsy. Sce 616.852, Hystena. 

»5 Ecstatics. 

.6 Kleptomania and other leading to crime. 

.7 Dipsomania and other leading to vice. 

See also 178, Temperance ; 616.861, Alcoholism. 

,8 Mnemonic derangements. 

Not knowing in one state what pa.vsed in another. Sce 1 54, Memory. 

133 Delusions. Witchcraft. Magic. 

•I Apparitions. Ghosts. 

•2 Hallucinations. 

.3 Divination. Oracles. Second Sight. Omens. Pre» 

dictions. 

•4 Witchcraft. Sorcery. Sce 272.8, Persecutions. 

,C Astrology. See also 520.1, Astrology. 

.6 Palmistry. 

.7 Humbugs. Quackery. 

.9 Spiritism. Table-tipping, etc. See also aSq.q, Sects. 

134 Mesmerism. Animal Magnetism Clair\^oyance. 



135 
136 



.1 

.2 

•3 

•4 

•5 
.6 



137 
138 

139 



Sleep. Dreams. Somnambulism. 
Mental Characteristics. 

V 

S«e also 131, Mental physiology. 

As Influenced by 

Sex* See 376.2, Mental capacity of women. 

Physical Surroundings. 

See S75'3i Evolution; 573.4, Natural history of man. 

Ancestry (Mental Heredity), sec 575.1, Evolution; tss-s. SpWtnai 

hefedity; 129.2, Origin of soul; 613.92, Hygiene. 

Race. Racial Characteristics, see 572, Ethnology. 

Age. 

Physical Structure and Conditions. 

Temperaments. 

Physiognomy. 

Phrenology. Mental Photographs, etc 



140 Philosophical Systems. 



141 

142 
143 

144 

146 

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148 

149 



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3 
4 

5 
6 

7 
8 



The heads 140- 149.9 ^i^ fo^* the discussion of the systems as such. The philosophical 
works of authors of these various schools are classed under 190, not here. From 
these heads refer in the catalogs to authors clearly failing under them, without 
attempting to label each writer as an exponent of some one system. 

Idealism. Transcendentalism, e.g. piato, see 184.., 884.4; 

Berkeley, see 192.3; Fichte, see 193.3; Emerson, see 191. 3, 814.36. 

Critical Philosophy, e. g. Kant, sec 1932. 

IntUlllOnailSm. e. g. Reid, see 192.5; McCosh, see 191. 5. 
See also 156, Intuitive faculty ; i7i'2, Ethics. 

XimpiriClSm. e.g. Descartes, see 194. i; Bacon, see 1 92.1. 
Sensationalism. e. g. Locke, see 192.2. 

Materialism. Positivism, e. g. Hobbes; comte, see ;94.8. 

See also 149.2, Realism. 
Pantheism. Monism, e.g. Spinoza. see 212, Natural theology. 

XJ/CieCtlClSm. e. g. cousin, see i94-7- 

Other Philosophical Systems. 

See 211, Rationalism, Scepticism; 214, Fatalism. 

Nominalism. 

Realism. See 146, Materiali&m. 

Mysticism. See 273.2, Heresies; 189.5, Medieval philosophy. 

Associationalism. 
Optimism. Meliorism. 

Pessimism, e. g. Schopenhauer, see 193.7. 
See also 216, Evil; 233, Doctrine of man. 

Agnosticism, see 273.8, Agnostic heresy. 

Nihilism. 
Other Systems. 



150 Mental Faculties. Psychology. 

For mind in animals, see 591.51. 

151 Intellect. Capacity for Knowing. 

•z . Genius. 


152 


Sense. Sense Perceptions. 




Passive or Receptive Faculty. 


• Z 

.2 

.3 
.4 

•5 

.6 


Vision. 

Hearing. 

Smell. 

Taste. 

Touch. 

Muscular Sense. 


.1 
.2 

.3 

.4 

•5 
.6 


Understanding. 

Active or Thinking Faculty. 

Conception. The Concept or Notion. 

Association. 

Abstraction. 

Reflection. 

Judgment. 

Reasoning. Induction and Deduction, see i6o, Logic 


154 


Memory. Reproductive power. 

See 133.8, Mnemonic derangements. 


.1 


Mnemonics. 


155 


Imagination. Creative Power. 


.1 


Fancy. Imaging Power. 


156 


Intuitive Faculty. Reason. For Reasoning, .ee 1536. 


157 


Sensibility. Jhmotions. Affections. 


158 


Instincts. Appetites. 


159 


Will. 



i6o Logic. Dialectics. 

See 153.6, Reasoning power. For logic of chance, sec 519, Probabilities. 

161 Inductive. 

162 Deductive. 

1 03 Assent. i^2.ltn. see als<i 234.2, Doclnnal theology. 

1 64 Symbol ic. Algebraic, i^^icai machines. 

Logical topics. 

165 Sources of error. Fallacies. 

166 Syllogism. Enthymeme. 

167 Hypotheses. 

168 Argument and persuasion. 

169 Analogy. Correspondence, see au© 219, Natumi theology. 

170 Ethics. Theoretical and applied. 



Many topics in applied ethics occur also in law, specially in 343, Crintiinal law. 

also 377.2, Ethical education. 
.1, ; .2, Compends; .3, Dictionaries; .4, Essays; .5, Periodicals; .6, Societies, 

Society for ethical culture ; .7, Study and teaching; .S, Polygraphy; .9, History. 

171 Theories. Philosophy of ethics. 

• z Authority. WiU of God. Christian. 

•2 Intuition. Moral sentiment. 

See also 143, Intuitionalism; 156, Intuitive laiculty. 

.3 Perfection. 

.4 Happiness. Hedonism. 

.5 Utilitarianism. 

.6 Conscience. Casuistry. 

.7 Evolutionary or educational. 

.8 Altruism. 

.9 Egoism. 

172 State Ethics. 

.1 Individuals and the state. Duties of citizens. Pa- 

triotism. See 320, Political science. 

•2 Duties of public officers. 

•3 Relations to church. 

Sec 261.7, The church ; 322* Churcn anu ^-t.Uc ; 272, ler'^ecutioiM. 

•4 International ethics. Peace and war. 

See 341, iDtemational law. 

•5 
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•7 
.8 

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173 



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2 

3 

4 

5 
6 

7 
8 



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2 

3 

4 

5 
6 

7 
8 



Family Ethics. 

Marriage and Divorce. See 347-6, Family uw. 

Polygamy and Monogamy, see 298, MomoniMi. 
Duties of Husbands and Wives. 

Infanticide. 
Duties of Parents. 
Duties of Children. 
Home Life. 

Masters and Servants. See647, servants; 331, Labor. 



174 Professional and Business Ethics 



Clergy. 

Physicians. 

La^vyers. 

Merchants. Business Men. 

Speculation. 

Gambling, see .75 . 

Compact. Promise. 

Employers and Employed. 



175 Ethics of Amusements. For amusements, see 790. 

1 Public Sho^vs and Diversions. Rinks, Circuses, etc. 

2 Theater. Opera. Private Theatricals. 

3 Dancing. Balls. Round Dances. 

4 Games of Skill. Billiards, Chess, etc. 

5 . Games of Chance. Cards, Dice, etc. 

6 Prize Fighting. Animal Fighting. Bull, Dog, Cock, etc. 

7 Racing. Horse. Boat. Pedestrian. Wheel, etc. 

8 Novel Reading. 

9 Betting. Poolselling. see 174.6. 

176 Sexual Ethics. 

X Chastity. 

2 Celibacy. See 254, Cellbacy of aei^y. 

3 Continence. 

4 Solitary Vice. 

5 Social Evil. See 258, Parish care of fallen. 

6 Adultery. 

7 Immoral Art. 
h Immoral Literature. 



177 Social Ethics. 

• X Courtesy. Sce Etiquet, 395. 

•a Conversation. Gossip, see also 374.11 Seif-cuitme. 

.3 Truth. Slander. Flattery. 

•4 Dress. Display. Sumptuary Legislation. 

•5 Caste. Class Feeling. Wealth and Rank. 

See 2Q4, Brahmanism ; 331, Capital and labor. 

.6 Friendship. Courtship. Coquetry. 

.7 Philanthropy. Humanity. 

.8 Solitude vs. Social Obligations. 

•9 

178 Temperance. Stimulants and Narcotics. 

General works on Temperance may be divided by form into .04, Essays; .05, Periodicals; 
.06, Societies; .07, Teaching; .09, Histor>'. See also 613.3, Beverages; 6i3.8t 
Nervous system; 331.84, Laboring cla«^es. 

.1 Use of Intoxicating Drinks. Beer Drinking. Medic- 

inal Use. 

•a Total Abstinence vs. Temperance. 

•3 Social Drinking. Wine at Table. Treating. 

•4 Traffic in Intoxicating Drinks. License. High License. 

See also 336.27, Taxation. 
•5 Prohibition. see 329.81, Prohibition party. 

.6 Reformatories. Inebriate Asylums, etc. see 362. 

.7 Tobacco. 

•8 Opium. Hasheesh. Chloral. Ether and other Drugs. 

.9 Gluttony and other Intemperance. 

179 Other Ethical Topics. 

•X Morals of the Press. Newspapers. 

•2 Cruelty to Children, see 173.4; 33'-3. Labor of children. 

.3 Cruelty to Animals. 

.4 Vivisection. see abo 614.22, Vivisection laws. 

.5 Oaths. 

.6 Heroism. Bravery. Cowardice. 

•7 Life. Duelling. Suicide, see 394.8, customs. 

.8 Pride. Covetousness. Envy. Anger. Sloth. Jealousy. 

Hate, and other Vices. 

.g Humility. Liberality. Gentleness. Patience. Dili- 

gence. Charity. Modesty, and other Virtues. 



i8o Ancient Philosophers. 

See 921.9, Biography of Ancient Philosophy. 

181 Oriental Philosophers. 

.1 Chinese. Confucius. Mencius. 

.2 Egyptian. 

.3 Jewish. Kabala. Philo. Maimomdes. 

.4 Indian. Gymnosophists. 

.5 Persian. Sufism. 

.6 Chaldaean. 

.7 Sabeism. 

.8 Phoenician. 

I Syrian. 

182 Early Greek Philosophers. 

Ionic. Thales. Anaximander. Anaximenes. 

Materialistic Things are as they seem. 

.2 Italic or Pythagorean. Half idealistic. 

.3 Eleatic. Xenophanes. Parmenides. Zeno. Melissus. 

Idealistic Existence denied. Thought b the oaij reaUky. 

4 Heraclitus. 

,5 Empedoclea 

.6 Atomistic. 

.7 Democritus. 

.8 Anaxagoras. 

.9 Other Early Greek. 

183 Sophistic and Socratic Philosopneis. 

.1 Sophistic. Protagoras. Gorgias. Prodicus. Hippias. 

.2 Socrates. 

.3 Socratic. 

.4 Cynic. Antisthenes, Diogenes, Crates, etc. 

.5 Cyrenaic. Aristippus, Hegesias, etc. 

.6 Megaric. Euclid, Eubulides, Diodorus, etc. 

.7 Elian and Eretrian. Phedo, Menedemus, etc. 

184 Platonic. Older Academy. 

.1 Plato. .2 Speusippus. .3 Xenocrates. 

185 Aristotelian. Peripatetic. Lyceum. 

•I Aristotle. .2 Theophrastus. .3 Eudemus. .4 Strato. 



1 86 Pyrrhonist. New Platonist. 

.1 Pyrrhonism. Scepticism. Pyrrho, Timon. 

.2 Nev^ Academy. Arcesilaus, Carneades. Plutarch. 

See 888.8. 

•3 Eclecticism. Cicero, see 875.4. 

.4 Alexandrian. Neo-Platonic. Philo, Plotinus, Proclus, 

Porphyry, lamblichuS. see 239.4, Apologetics; 273.1. 

187 Epicurean. Epicurus. Lucretius. secai»o87i.i. 

188 Stoic. 

I Zeno. 

.2 Cleanthes. 

.3 Chrysippus. 

.4 Panaetius. 

.5 Posidonius. 

.6 Seneca, see 878.5; 872.6. 

.7 Epictetus. 

.8 Marcus Aurelius. 

189 Early Christian and Medieval Philosophers. 

,1 Gnosticism. .see 273.1, BasiUdes, Marcion. See 273.2, Manicheism. 

.2 Patristic. Tertullian. Augustine. Clement. Origen. 

.3 Arabian. Avicenna, Averroes. 

.4 Scholastic. Scotus, Aquinas, Anselm, Abelard. 

.5 Mystic. Reuchlin, Cornelius Agrippa, Paracelsus^ 

Servetus, Bohme. 

190 Modern Philosophers. 

See also 92 1. 1 to 92 1.8, Biography of Philosophy, or lives may be put here with works, with 
references only under 920, Biography. Philosophical works are put here, not under th« 
School or System to which the author may be thought to belong. See note under 140. 

191 American Philosophers. 

These numl>ers may he lu-ft blank for future use or use.l for the well known naraea among 
American Philosophical writers given below. 



•I 


Jonathan Edwards. 


1703-1758. 


.2 


0. A. Brownson. 


1803-1876. 


•3 


Ralph Waldo Emerson. 


1803-1882. 


.4 


Laurens P. Hickock. 


1798-1888. 


•5 


James McCosh. 


i8n- 


.6 


Noah Porter. 


1811-1892. 


•7 


Francis Bowen. 


1811-1890. 


.8 


William T. Harris. 


1835- 


.0 


Other American Philosooh 


lical Writers. 



See 814.36. 



192 British Philosophers. 



193 



.1 


Bacon. 


1561-1626. 


See 144, Empiricism. 


.3 


Locke. 


1632-1704. 


See 145, Sensationalism. 


•3 


Berkeley. 


1685-1753. 


See 141, Idealism. 


•4 


Hume. 


1711-1776. 


See 824.64, English Essays 


•5 


Reid. 


1710-1796. 




.6 


Dugald Stewart. 


1753-1828. 




•7 


John Stuart Mill. 


1806-1873. 




.8 


Spencer. 


1820- 




•9 


Other British Philosophical Writersc 


1 


German Philosoph 


ers. 




• I 


Leibnitz. 


I 646-1 7 I 6. 




.2 


Kant. 


1724-1804. 


See 143, Critical Philosophy. 


.3 


Fichte. 


1762-1814. 


See 141, Idealism. 


•4 


Schelling. 


1775-1854- 




•S 


Hegel. 


1770-1831. 




.6 


Schleiermacher. 


1768-1834. 




.7 


Schopenhauer. 


1788-1860. 


See 149.6, Pessimism. 


.8 


Lotze. 


1817-1882. 





194 



I 

2 

3 

4 

5 
6 

7 
8 



196 
197 
198 
199 



Other German Philosophical Writers. 

French Pnilosophers. 



Descartes. 

Malebranche. 

Condillac. 

Rousseau. 

Diderot. 

Lamennais. 

Cousin. 

Comte. 



1596-1650. 
1638-1715. 
1715-1780. 
1712-1778. 
1713-1784. 
1782-1854. 
1792-1867. 
1798-1857. 



See 144, Empiricism. 



See 148, Eclecticism. 
See 146, Positivism. 



Other French Philosophical Writers. 

Italian Philosophers. 
Spanish Philosophers. 
Slavic Philosophers. 
Scandinavian Philosophers. 
Other Modern Philosophers. 

The heads of 180-199 are for discussions of the systems of these men and for their philo- 
sophical works not clearly belonging elsewhere, not for all their works. MilPs 
Logic is 160 not 192.7, bat his compUu w^r/(x bound together are 192.7. Plato 
and Aristotle have individual numbers, 8S8.4 and 5, where their works are more 
tiaeful than in 184-5 because of their classical prominence- 




igion 



200 Religion General works. 

20 1 Philosophy. Theories. Methods. 

202 Compends. Outlines. Systems. 

203 Dictionaries. Cyclopedias. 

204 Essays. Lectures. Disputations. Addresses. 

See 252, Sermons. 

205 Periodicals. Magazines. Reviews. 

206 Societies. Transactions. Reports, etc. 

General conferences. Societies whose work is largely done by paid officers, most members 
merely contributing money ; e. g. Pan-evangelical alliance, Bible and tract societies. 
Put history, reports, etc. here, but their publications of course go with subject. 

207 Education. Theological seminaries. Training 

schools. Divided like 940-99. 

208 Polygraphy. Collected works. Extracts, etc 

Many collections go under a more specific head ; e. g. 340. 

209 History of reUgion. 

210 Natural theology. 

211 Deism and atheism. 

Scepticism. Infidelity. Rationalism, etc. 

See 239, Apologetics; 231, God; 273.8, Agnostic heresy; 149.7, Agnosticfank 

212 Pantheism. TheOSOphy. see 147, Pantheism; 129.5. Ori-ln of .ouL 

213 Creation. see 113, Cosmolog>'. Evolution, see 575, science. 

214 Providence, see 23.5, Doctrines. ThCOdicy. Seea^.^8,forChristi« 

215 Religion and science, see 2398. Apologetics. 

216 Evil. Depravity, see 149-6. Pessimism; 233.2, Sin. 

217 Prayer. Prayer gauge. Sec 264.1, Prayer; 248, Penonal reUgimi. 

218 Future life. Immortality. Eternity. 

See 237, Future state; 128, The soul. 

219 Analogies. Correspondences, see aisc .69, Logic 



220 Bible. General works. 



.1 

.2 



•5 

.6 
•7 

.8 



221 



222 



.7 



2 

3 

4 

5 
6 

7 
8 

9 



.1 

.2 

•3 
.4 



.6 

•7 
.8 

•9 



For similar works limited to Old or New Testament, or individual books, see specific headbelom 

Canon. Inspiration. Prophecy. ^ 

Concordances. Analyses. 
Dictionaries. Cyclopedias. 
Original texts and early versions. 



Codices. 



Heads for both old and new testaments are given, as they are also used for 221 and 22^. 

.42, Chaldee; .43, S>Tiac; .44, Hebrew; .45, Samaritan; .46, Other Semitic. Etniopic. 
Arabic, etc. ; .47* Latin. Itala. Vulgate ; .48, Greek. Septuagint. Aquila. Synv 
machus. Theodution. Hexapla; .49, Other early versions. Armenian. Coptic, 
Gothic, etc. 220.4 and 220.5 are pure texts. A Hebrew bible with commentary goes 
in 22o.7p with reference from 220.44. 

Versions of Bible. Polyglots. Divided by languages, Uke 400. 

These are translations from the original Hebrew and Greek. Translations from other early 
texts go with them in 220.4 ; e. g. an English translation of the Syriac goes in 2aa43. 

Hermeneutics. Exegesis. Symbolism. Typology. 
Commentaries on whole Bible, and annotated editions. 

For Notes, etc., on Portions of the Bible, see the most si^ecific head in 221-229. 

Special topics. 

Divided like General Classification ; e. g. Natural Science of the Bible in 220.85. 

.9 Biblical Geography and History. 

•9< B;V.lical ffcogranhy, description, etc. ; (see 9*5/69, 913.33, Palestine); .oa, Scriptural biog- 
.'Apny , \s^c also 922.1 ; 232.9, Lives of Christ); .93. Antiquities, arcnaeology ; (see alat 
296, Jewish religion^ 933, History of Jews); .94, Chronology; .95, History, see 935, 
Jews. 

Old Testament. Texts. Introductions, etc. 

Divided like 220, c. g.'32i.7. Commentaries on O. T. 

Historical books. 

Pentateuch. 

.11, Genesis; .12, Exodus; .13, Leviticus; .14, Numbers; .15, Deo* 
teronomy; .16, Decalogue. 

Joshua. 

Judges and Ruth. 

Samuel. 

Kings. 

Chronicles. 

Ezra. 

Nehemiah. 

Esther. 



223 Poetical books. 



Job. 

Psalms. 
Authorsnip and chronology. 
Special groups. 

Messianic' (Greater Hallel ; Lesser Hallel; Vesj>er Psalms; Penitential, 6, 321 38, 51, 
102, 130, 143; Hebraic Five Books, Ps. 1-41; 42-72; 73-79; 60-106; ;cr-iSOk 

Liturgic use by Christians. 

See 264.038, Anglican psalter; 245, Hymnology. 

Commentaries on Psalms. 
Proverbs. 
Ecclesiastes. 
Song of Solomon or Canticles. 



2524 Prophetical Books. 

.1 Isaiah. 

.2 Jeremiah. 

•3 Lamentations. 

.4 Ezekiel. 

.5 Daniel. 

.6 Hosea. 

.7 Joel. 

.8 Amos. 

.9 Other Minor Prophets* 

.91 Obadiah. 

.92 Jonah. 

.93 Micah. 

.94 Nahum. 

.95 Habakkuk. 

.96 Zephaniah. 

.97 Haggai. 

.98 Zechariah. 

.99 Malachi. 

225 New Testament. Texts, Introductions, etc. 

Divided like 220. 

226 Gospels and Acts. 

I Harmonies. 

,2 Matthew. 

.3 Mark. 

.4 Luke. 

.5 John. 

.6 Acts of the Apostles. 

.7 Miracles. 

.8 Parables. 

Lord's prayer. 

227 Epistles. 

I Romans. 

.2 X Corinthians. 

.3 2 Corinthians. 

.4 Galatians. 

.5 Ephesians. 

.6 Philippians. 
Colossians. 



227.8 Other Pauline Epistles. 

^i I Thessalonians. 

.82 2 Thessalonians. 

^3 I Timothy. 

.84 2 Timothy. 

.85 Titus. 

.86 Philemon. 

.87 Hebrews. 

.9 Catholic Epistles. 

.91 James. 

.92 I Peter. 

.93 2 Peter. 

.94 I John. 

.95 2 Jphn. 

.96 3 John. 

.97 Jude. 

228 Apocalypse. 

229 Apocrypha. 

.1 Esdras i, 2. 

.2 Tobit, Judith, Esther. 

.3 Wisdom. 

.4 Ecclesiasticus. 

.5 Baruch, Epistle of Jeremy, Song of the three Children. 

.6 Story of Susanna, History of Bel and the Dragon, 
Prayer of Manasses. 

.7 Maccabees i, 2, 3,4. 

.8 Pseudo Gospels. 

I Apostolic Epistles and Canons. Clementines, see 281.1. 

230 Doctrinal. Dogmatics. Theology. 

General Doctrinal Works may be subdivided by churches like 280-289. See 252.3. 

231 God. Unity. Trinity. 

I God the Father, Creator. 

.2 God the Son, Redeemer. 

.3 God the Holy Ghost, Giver of Life, Sanctifier. 

.4 Divine Attributes. Omniscience, Omnipresence, Omni* 
potence. 

,5 Divine Providence, see 214. 

.6 Divine Love and Wisdom. 

7 Divine Lav^ and Miracles. 

.8 Theodicy. vindication of God's justice in permitting evil. See also 2 14, Nat. theology. 



232 Christology. 

.1 Incarnation. Messiah. 

,2 Logos, the Word of God. 

.3 Atonement. 

.4 Sacrifice. 

.5 Resurrection. 

.6 Second Coming, see also 289.3. second Adventists 

.7 Judgment. 

.8 Divine Humanity. 

I Lives of Christ. 

233 Man. 

.1 The Fall. 

.2 Sin. 

.3 Moral and Spiritual Heredity, see Biology, 575. i } i36..«« ««9a 

.4 Accountability. 

.5 Natural and Spiritual Body. 

.6 Personality. See laO, Metaphysics. 

.7 Freedom, see 234.9; "3; <59' 
.8 

.9 

234 Salvation. Soteriology. 

I Grace. 

.2 Faith. 

.3 Redemption. 

.4 Regeneration. 

.5 Repentance. 

.6 Obedience. 

Justification. 

.8 Sanctification. 

.9 Predestination and Freewill. See 233 7; "3; -59. 

235 Angels. Devils. Satan. 



# 



236 Eschatology. Last Things. 

x Death. 

.3 Millennium. 

.4 Intermediate State. Sheol. Hades. 

.5 Purgatory. 

.6 Paradise. Umbus patrum. 

•2 Limbo. Limbus infantum. 

.8 Resurrection. 

J ud gme nt . see 232.7, Chnstology . 
237 Future State. see aiS. Natural theology. 

1 Eternity. 
>2 Immortality. 
.3 Conditional Immortality. 

4 Heaven. 
.5 Hell. Gehenna. 
.6 Retribution. Future Punishment. 

Eternal Punishment. See 289.1, Umvcrsaiista. 

238 Creeds. Confessions. Covenants. Catechisms. 

Divided more closely if wished like 280-289; c* S* 238.19, Greek church. 

x Apostles', Nicene, and Athanasian Creeds. 
.2 Creed of Pius IV. (Trent) ; and later Roman. 
»3 Anglican. 39 Articles, A. D. 1551. see 264.037, Liturgy. 
.4 Continental Prot. Lutheran. Calvinist. Dort. 

Westminster. Saybrook. Cong*l. Cambridge. Savoy. 

.6-9 Of other Sects. Divided like 28A-289. 

239 Apologetics. Evidences of Christianity. 

If preferred, courses of Apologetic lectures may be kept together ; e. e. 230-01, Bampton ; .oa, 
Bovle; .03, Hulsean; .04* Bohlen ; .05, Paddock : .08, MisceUaneouA. More usefully 
eac^ book is classed under the most specific head that will contain it* 

X Apostolic Age. 

2 Against the Jews. 

3 Against the Heathen. 

4 Against the NeO-PlatOnistS. see 273.1. Gnostic heresy. 

5 Against the English and Scotch Deists. Sce an, Deism. 

6 Against the French Encyclopedists. 
Against the Rationalists. 

See 311, Natural theology; 273.8, Agnostic heresy; 149.7, Agnosticism. 
8 Against the Scientists. For non-Chnstian view, see 215. 

9 Other Special Denials. 



240 Devotional. Practical 

241 Didactic. For catechisms, se« as^* 

242 Meditative. Contemplative, see 248. personal reiijpou. ^ 

•X Thomas a Kempis. 

243 Hortatory. Evangelistic. 

244 Miscellany. Religious novels, Sunday-school 

books, allegories, etc. 

But class Bunyan in 823.411 because of his literary prominence. 

245 Hymnology. Religious poetry. 

See 223. 5t Psalms; 264.038, Psalter. 

Divided by languages, like 800, and then by churches, like 280, if denomination is deailf 
marked. 

246 Ecclesiology. Symbolism. Religious art. 

246-7 cover religious bearings. For art side see 700. 

.1 Byzantine and Gothic ecclesiology. 

See 723, Medixval architecture ; 726, Religious architecture* 

.2 Primitive church and heathen art. 

.3 Images in churches. Iconoclasts. 

•4 Protestantism and religious art. 

•5 Emblematic and cryptographic art. Catacomb symbols. 

.6 Liturgic symbolism. Altar. Colors. Lights. 

See 264, Public worship. 

.7 Evangelistic use of music and art, pictorial and plastic* 

Delia Robbias. 

.8 Eucharistic music. Ambrose. Gregory the Great* 

Later development. See 783, Sacred music; 264.2, Public worship. 

•9 

247 Sacred furniture. Vestments. Vessels. Orna- 

ments, etc. . 

x Font. Baptistery. Lectern. Pulpit. 

»2 Tabernacle. Rood screen. Reredos. 

.3 Sculpture and mortuary design. 

See 718, Monuments; 726.8, Mortuary buildings ; 730, Sculpture. 

4 Illumination. Mosaics. Enamels. Stained glass. 

See 745, Ornamental design ; 748, Stained glass. 

.5 Fresco and religious painting, see 750, Painting. 

.6 Pallium. Mitre. Crozier. Ring. 

.7 Vestments and altar cloths. 

.8 Eucharistic vessels. See 265.3, Sacraments. 

I Ornaments, etc. Crucifix. Banners. Thurible. Incense. 

248 Personal religion. Asceticism, see auo 273*, Ascetic heresy. 

249 Family devotions, see 264, Pubuc worship. 



250 Homiletic. Pastoral. Parochial. 

251 Homiletics. Preaching. $«« .64.6, Pubuc worrfiip. 

Divided like 252, for matter oBoui special kinds of sermons. 

252 Sermons. 

The collected sermons on various topics under 252 are divided by churches and sects, Ukt 
2S0. The sermons on specific topics are more useful, like other pamphlets, classed 
with the topics, e. g. a sermon on family devotions is 249, not 252.4; on strikeSffai 
331.89. The nine heads below are for collections and cross references, but can bt 
used for separate sermons if the cla&sifier prefers. 

•I Episcopal charges. Pastorals. 
•2 Controversial. Polemic. 

•3 Doctrinal. Dogmatic. See also 230, Dogmatics. 

.4 Practical. Devotional. 

.5 Academic. Educational. see also 378.7, Baccalaureates. 

•6 Political. Public occasions and duties. 
•7 Consecration. Ordination. 

See also 265.4, Ordination; 265.9, Consecration ; 262.16, Polity. 

.8 Expository. 

.9 Memorial. Obituary. Biographical. Historical. 

The memorial of a special church goes with that church in 280. See 920, Biography. 

253 Pastoral visitations, evangelistic. 

254 Clerical support. Celibacy. 

See also 176.2, Sexual ethic!$; 248, Asceticism; 613.89, Hygiene. 

255 Brotherhoods. Sisterhoods. 

In the parish. For Monastic orders, see 271. 

256 Societies for parish work. Guilds. Sodalities. 

Local societies. Discussion of desirability of such work. For f;eneral societies see ao6 and 267. 

257 Parochial schools. Libraries, etc. 

See 377.5, Education; 027.8, Parish libraries. 

258 Parish care of sick, fallen, etc. 

See 265.8, Ministry of sick ; 176.5, Social evil. 

259 Other ministrations and work. 

260 Church. Institutions and work. 

20 I 1 fie CnUrCfl. its influence on morals, civilization, etc. 

.1 
•2 

.3 Church vs. barbarism. 

•4 Church and morals. 

.5 Church and intellectual development. See 377.8, Education. 

•6 Church and civilization. 

.7 Church and civil government. See 172.3, Sute ethics; 322, church and ««• 

.8 National churches vs. organic unity. 
•9 



262 Ecclesiastical polity. 



.1 Ministry. 

.11 Apostolic succession. 

.12 Episcopate. 

.13 Papacy. Primacy. Papal supremaqr; infallibility, 18 July 1870^ 

.14 Priest. Presbyter. Minister. Lay ministry. 

.15 Deacon. Deaconess. Evangelist. 

.16 Orders. Ordination. See 365.4, Sacraments; 352.7, Sermotn. 

.17 Episcopal. 

.18 Presbyterian. 

.19 Congregational. 

.2 Parish. Congregation. see 250 for Parochial work. 

•3 See. Diocese. Cathedral system. 

•4 Council. Synod. Presbytery. Congregation. Convention 

Polity only, here. Proceedings go with churches, 281-9. 

.5 General or cecumenical council, see ai^to 270.2. 

.6 Canons. Decrees. 

.7 Traditions. 

.8 Authority. Church and ministerial. Private judgment. 

.9 Discipline. Courts. Trials. For canon law see 348. 

263 Sabbath. Lord's day. Sunday. 

.1 Hebraic sabbath. 

•2 Modern sabbath. Seventh day. 

•3 Lord's day. Christian Sunday. 

•4 Sunday observance. 

.5 Work. 

•6 Amusement. 

•7 Opening libraries and museums. 

See also 024.4, Library rules. 

•8 Sunday laws. 



264 Public worship. Divine service. Ritual. 

See also 246, Ecclesiology ; 247, Sacred furniture. General works are divided oy Churches like 
280. Under various Churches the services may be further divided, as, e. g* 

^ .03 Anglican and American P. E. ritual. 

.031 Calendar. Festivals and fasts. See also 529-6, Chronology. 

.03a Lectionary and rubrics. 

^33 Morning prayer. Litany. 

.034 Evening prayer. Vespers. Compline. 

.035 Sacraments, ordinances, and services. See also 265, Sacraments. 

.036 Collects, epistles and gospels. 

.037 Ordinal. Articles. Creeds. See also 238.3, Creeds, doctrinea. 

.038 Psalter and other. See 223.5, Psalms; 245, Hyronology. 

.039 History of successive prayer books. 



264.1 Prayer. Extempore. Liturg^c. 

See also 248-949, Private and Family Prayer. 

Music. Singling. Instrumental. Praise Meeting. 

See also ^83, Sacred Music; 346.7, 146.8, Ecdesiology. 

.3 Scripture Readings. 

.4 Antiphonal or Responsive Readings. 

.5 Confessions of Faith. Creeds, see also 238, creeds. 

.6 Sermons. Exhortations. Instructions. 

See also 351 and 252, Preaching and Sermons. . 

.7 Prayer and Conference Meetings. 

.8 Class and Covenant Meetings. Love Feasts. 

J SaCramentalS. see also 265, sacraments. 

265 Sacraments. Ordinances. 

.1 Baptism. 

.2 Confirmation. Church Fellowship. 

.3 Eucharist. Holy Communion. Sacrifice. 

.4 Holy Orders. Ordination. Seealso362.i6, Ministry; 252.7, Sermona. 
.5 Marriage. see 173, Ethics of the Family. 

.6 Penance. Confession. Absolution. 

.7 Extreme Unction. Viaticum. 

.8 Ministry of Sick and Dead. Faith Oure. Healing. BuriaL 

.9 OOnSeCratiOn. Dedication, See262.i6, ordination; 252.7, Sermont. 

266 Missions. Home and Foreign. 

Subdivided by Churches, like 28a See also 377.6, Missionary schook. 

Missions in special countries or places, including those of all churches, go under the geognphi. 
cally divided Religious History, 274-279, with references under 266. 

^r ^ A oor\r*t o 4-i r\n c Geoenl societies demanding of members active penoaml work. For loaU 
207 /\SSOCiatlOnb. societies sec 256. For Bible, tract, and simiUr Keaenl societlw lee ao6. 

.1 Religious societies of both men and women. 

.11 U. S. Christian commission. 

.15 Salvation army. 

.2 Religious societies of men. 

For Y. M. C. A. see 267.3; missionary societies, 366 ; ministerial edncatiop ■Pfiiartw, woffj 

Bible societies, 206. 
.« 17th century or earlier. ) ^^^ ^ ^^^^ ^^ ^^^^ „^^ ^^^ 

.22 1 8th century. S 

.23 19th century; inter- and undenominational. 

.231 In educational institutions. Divided like 940-^. If preferred, caooel .931 and put 

all together in .234- 9. For work of Y. M. C. A. see 267.361 . 
.232 ** Nasmith " societies. 

.233 Young men's Christian unions; i. e. not "evangelical," etc. 

.234-. 239 Others. Divided like 940-99 • 
.24 19th century; denominational. 

.241 In educational institutions. Divided like 282-289. If preferred, cancel .aii "ad 

put all tofrether In .242-9. For work of Y. M. C. A. see 267.361. 
.242-. 249 Others. Divided like 282-289. 

.3 Young Men's Christian Associations. 

Active membership confined to members of " evaoKclical " churches. 
To shorten the number, X may be used for 267.3 throughout ; i. e. X 19 would 
" Work in small towns." 



967.3X Objects, field and extension. 

.311 Need and objects. 

.312 Limits ; — for and by young men and distinctively religious. 

.313 Relation to the church. 

.314 International work. 

.315 National work. 

.316 State work. 

.317 District work. 

.318 Work in towns able to support a general secretary. 

.319 Work in small towns. 



Methods only. For history, 
reports and periodicals see 
367.39; for secretaries see 
367.341. 



.32 Buildings. See library buildings 03a. 

.321 Location. Provision for growth. 

.322 Materials and protection against fire. 

.323 Plans. Number, size and arrangement of rooms. 

.324 Reception, social rooms and parlors. 

.325 Library. Reading, lecture, and class rooms. See oaa. 

.326 Administration and special rooms. Boys' rooms. 

.327 Physical culture rooms. 

.328 Lighting, heating, and ventilation. 

.329 Fixtures, furniture, and fittings. 

•33 Organization. 

.331 Incorporation. Constitution and by-laws. 

.332 Branches and sub-organizations. Includinp; women^s work for young men. 

•333 Managers. Officers serving without pay. 

1, Trustees (in charge of real estate). 

2, Directors. 

3, President. 

4, Treasurer. 

5, Recording secretary. 

6, Executive or Corresponding secretary. 

•334 Standing committees. 

1, Importance; enlistment and composition. 

2, Principles and methods of organization. 

3, Names and duties. See also Department work 267.35. 

•335 Membership. 

1, Membership committee. 

2, Classes of membership. 

3, Securing and retaining members. 

4, Development of active niembers. 

5, Associate membership and its relations. 

For members' meeting see Social work, 267.3544. 

.34 Salaried officers. Duties, qualifications, training. 

.341 General secretary and assistants. Including international and state secretaries. See 

also 267.314-.316. 

1, Office and work. 

2, Qualifications. 

3, Relationship: 31, To churches and pastors; 32, To officers, directors, 

and committees; 33, To other employees ; 34, To the members ; 35, To 
the religious work; 36, To the business community; 37, To his fellow 
secretaries. 

4, Personal hints : 41, considering a call and beginning work; 42, Spirit- 

ual and intellectual growth and health ; 43, Office work, system, and 
economy ; 44, Personal appearance and conversation ; 45, Ladies' com- 
pany ; 46, ** Secretarialism.' 



»» 



267*342 Librarian and assistants. May be divided like 267.341. See also Library administn^ 

tion, 025 and 267.3532. 
•343 Physical director and assistants. May be divided like 267.341. See also 367.355 

and 613.7. 

•344 Other salaried officers. 

.345 Training ; need and methods, demand and supply. 

•346 Training schools. 

.347 Training by apprenticeship. 

.*?48 Institutes. ) . , , 

*' ^ . > Methods onlv ; for reports see 267.39. 

•349 Conferences. J 

•35 Local work by departments. 
.351 . Business department. 

I, Finance committee. 

2y Annual budget. 

3, Endowments and other sources of income. 

4, Solicitation, collection and disbursement. 

5, Financial book-keeping. 

6, Debt, taxes, &c. 

7, Records and statistics. 

8, Advertising, including anniversaries and parlor conferences. 

9, Printed matter. Includingbulletin, prospectus, etc. 

.352 Religious department. 

1, Committees. 

2, Individual lUble study. Methods and helps. 

3, Bible classes. 

4, Training classes. Personal work. 

5, Bible readings. Song services. 

6, Evangeli^ic meetings. 

7, Social religious meetings. 

8, Other meetings in the rooms. 

9, Work outside the rooms. In public institutions, sermons to young men, distribu- 

tion of religious papers, invitations, etc. 

•353 Educational department. 

1, Committees. 

2, Library. See 267.342 and 025. 

3, Reading room. 

4, Classes. 

5, Lectures and talks. 

6, Literary societies. 



•354 Social department. 

1, Committees. 

2, Reception committee. 

3, Social rooms and fittings. See 267.32. 

4, Receptions. Socials. Entertainments. 

5, Music. 

6, Amusements. Including games of skill. See also 794. 



^^•355 Physical department. 

1, Committees. 

2, Aim and benefit of department. For Phjrsical director see 267.343 ; i^'iipmenti 

methods, etc., 613.7. 

.356 Information, relief, etc., department 

1, Boarding house bureaus. 

2, Employment bureau. 

3, Savings bureau. 

4, Visitation of sick. 

5, Destitute young men. 

.357 Boys' department. 

1, Committees. 

2, Religious work. 

3, Educational work. 

4, .Social work. 

5, Physical work. 

6, Information, relief, etc 

.358 

•359 Janitor's department. Building ; care, cleaning, safety. Police. 

•3^ Work among special classes. 

Y. M. C. A. only; other religious societies of men go in 367.2. 

.361 College and school. 

1, History and methods in general. 

2, International reports. Including Northfieid meetings. 

3, International periodicals. 

For state and sectk)nal reptorts and periodicals see 267.39. 

.362 Railroad employes. 

1, History and methods in general. 

2, International reports. 

,363 Commercial travelers. 

.364 Foreign-speaking. Divided like 400; e. g. 3, German, 4, French, 5, lulian, etc 

.365 Colored men. 

.366 American Indians. 

.367 Soldiers. U. S. Christian commission, 267. n. 

.368 Sailors. 

.369 Other. Policemen, firemen, fishermen, lumbermen, mutes, etc. 

•37 

.3« 

.39 History, reports, periodicals, etc. For methods see 267.3 14-.3 19. 

.391 International history. 

.392 International re[)orts, etc. ) 

ReuortS r '^*P"''**» ***^'» "^ international college and railroad work 

• ' • C go in a67.361-.36a. 

2, Other pamphlets. j 

•393 International periodicals. International college periodicals, 267.3613. 

*394~*399 Divided like 940-999. 



267.4 Religious societies of women. 

.41 
.42 

.43 19th century; inter- and undenominational. ^ 

.431 

.432 Women's Christian associations. 

Divided like 267.3. To shorten the number, W may be used (01967.4^ throuf^out; e. g, 
W X would mean " Objects, field and extension." 

.433 King's daughters. 

44 19th century ; denominational. Divided like 283-289. 

.5 Young Women's Christian Associations. AcUvemembenhip con- 
fined to members of " evangelical " churches. 
Divided like 267.3-. 399. 
To shorten the number Y may be used for 267.5; e. g. V 3, Organization, instead of 267.53. 

.6 Religious societies of young people. Fox Sunday schools see a68. 

.61 Inter- and undenominational. 

.611 

.612 

.613 Young people's society of Christian endeavor. 

1, Reports, etc. 

2, Periodicals. 

.62 Denominational. Divided like 282-289. 

.7 Religious societies of boys. Not v. M. C. a. Divided like a67.& 

.8 Religious societies of g^rlS. Not Y. W. C. a. Divided llke 267.6. 

9. 

268 Sunday Schools. 

269 Revivals. Retreats. Parish Missions. 

270 Religious History. 

Ancient Period. To Conversion of Germans. 

See 281.1-281.4, for collected works of early theological writers, etc. 270 is for religious 

history of theae /triads. 
For religious history of special countries, either general or for special periods, see country 

divisions, 274-279; e. g. English reformation, 274.2. 

•t Apostolic. Nativity to Constantine. 
•a Period of CEcumenical Councils. Centralization. A. D. 
335-787. 

The Greek Church acknowledges these seven Councils as really CEcumenical. Anglicans 
generally recognize only the first six. See also 262.5, Polity. 

.21 First o£ Nice, A. D. 325. 

.22 First of Constantinople, 381. 

.23 First of Ephesus, 431. 

.24 Chalcedon, 451. 

.25 Second of Constantinople, 533. 

.26 Third of Constantinople, 681. 

.27 Second of Nice, 787 



Mediscvul Period. Charlemagne to i^uttier. 
270.3 Charlemagne. Papacy vs. Empire. A- D« 787-X054. 

Church planted among the Germans. Feudalism. Great schism, east vs. west, 1054. 

.4 Hildebrand. Roman Supremacy. A. D. 1054-1200. 

TempcMal Power. Scholasticism. First three Crusades. 

.5 Later Mediaeval. Renaissance. A. D. 1200-1517. 

Innocent III. Papal .^chtsm. Avignon. Nominalism vs. Realism. Greek Churdi 
under Moslems. Elducation. Arts. Inventions Pre-Reformation. 

Modern Period. Reformation to present. 

From A. D. 1517, Theology in Europe is in three types, viz. : Ronu^n| Lutheran, and 
Reformed or Calvinistic. 

.6 Reformation. Counter-Reformation. A. D. 1517-1648. 

Council of Trent, A. D. 1545-63. Diet of Augsburg. Luther. Melancthon. Calvin. Knox. 
Religious Wars. Jesuii M iuiuns in East. See also Reformation in EngUnd, etc., 
374.a. 

.7 Peace of Westphalia to French Revolution. A. D. 1648-1789. 

Union of Church and State. Deism. Materialism. 

.8 Modern. Rationalistic. A. D. 1789- 

Holy Alliance. Greek Church in Russia. Atheism. Pantheism. Protestant Missions. 

271 Monastic Orders. 

See also 155, Brotherhoods; 377-3» Monastic schools. 

.1 Benedictines. Founded A. D. 529. 

.2 Dominicans. ,» ,, 1170. 

.3 Franciscans. ,, ,, 11 82. 

.4 Augustinians. ,, ,, 1256. 

.5 Jesuits. ,, M 1540. 

.6 Passionists. 172a Redemptorists. 1732. 

.7 Lesser Roman Orders. 

.71 Carthusian.s. Founded A. D. 1086. 

.72 Cistercians. „ „ 1098. 

.73 Carmelites. 12th Century. 

.74 Trappists. 11 50. Capuchins. 1525. 

.75 Sulpiciar.s. 1642. 

.76 Oblates. 

.77 Lazarists. 1624. 

.78 Christian Brothers. i8th Century. De la SaHe. 

.79 Other Lesser Roman Orders. 

.8 Anglican Brotherhoods. 
.9 Sisterhoods. 

.91 Sisters of Charity. Vincent de Paul. Founded A. D. 162Q. 

.92 Sisters of Mercy. Augustinian. „ „ 1831 

.93 Ladies of the Sacred Heart. Jesuit. „ „ 1800. 

.94 Sceurs de bon Secours. Nurses. 

.95 Little Sisters of the Poor. 

.96 Contemplative. Cloistered Nans. 

.97 Other Roman Sisterhoods. 

971 Carmelites. 

97a Second of St. Dominick. 

.973 Franciscans. 

.974 Ursulines. A. D. 1537. 

•975 Of the Visitation. „ 1610. 

.976 Of St. Joseph. ,, 1650. 

•977 Of the Presentation. „ 1777. 

.98 Anglican Sisterhoods. 

.99 Other Protestant Orders. Deaconesses. (Kaiserwerth.) 



272 Persecutions. 

.1 Apostolic Church by Imperial Rome, ist to 4th Century. 
.2 Heretics, by Inquisition or Holy Office. Since 1470. „ 
.3 Waldenses and Albigenses. nth and 12th Cent. By R.Ch. 

S«e also 284.4, Protestant sects. 

.4 Huguenots. French Protestants. St. Bartholomew, 157a. 
Edict Nantes, 1598, Revocation, 1685. By Rom. Ch. 

See also 284.5, Protestant sects. 

.5 Molinists and Quietists. Close of i6th Century to destruc« 
tion of Port Royal, A. D. 1709. By Roman Catholics. 

See also 273.7, Heresies. 

•6 Marian. Anglican Reformers by Mary. A. D. 1553-8. ,, 
.7 Elizabethan. Later i6th Century. Rom. Ch. by Anglicans. 
•8 Quakers. Baptists. Witches. Later 17th Cty. By Puritans. 

See also 133.4, Witchcraft. 

.9 Other Persecutions. 

273 Heresies. 

For the history of special Doctrines see 230-239, Doctrinal Theology* 

.1 Gnostic. — Reaction of Pantheism and Fleathen Philosophy 
on Christianity, ist three Centuries. 

See also 189.1, Gnostic philosophy; 186.4, Neo-Platonism; 239.4, Apologetics. 

•a Manichseism. — Parsee Dualism. Opposition of Good and 
Evil. Mystic. Ascetic. 3d Century. 

See 149.3, Mysticism; 248, Asceticism. 

.3 Sabellian. — That the Trinity is not of persons, but of 
successive manifestations. About 250 A. D. (Held 
by Schleiermacher, Bushnell, Swedenborg.) 

.4 Arian. — Denying Divinity of Christ. 4th Century. 

•5 Pelagian. — Denying Original Sin and Supernatural Grace. 
5th Century, 

.6 Antinomian. — Denying force of Law, under Gospel Dis- 
pensation. i6th Century. 

.7 Molinist and Jansenist. Pietists. Port Royal. — Augus- 
tine's doctrine of Grace, vs. the Roman doctrine of 
Good Works. A. D. 1580-1700. 

.8 Agnostic—Denying possibility of Revelation. Holding 
that Theology and the Supernatural lie without the 
domain of Human Knowledge. 

See also 149.7, Philosophy; 211, Atheism; 239, Apologetics. 

.9 Minor Heresies. 

274 to 279 General Religious History. By Countries. 

274-279 is divided geographically like 940-999. 



28o Christian Churches and Sects. 

281-289.8 may be subdivided where needed like 940-999. 

281 Primitive and Oriental Churches. 

Se^ also 370.! to 370. 1, K.irly Rrlii-ioiis Hi>t«T>. 

.1 Apostolic Church, to time of Great Schism, A. D. 1054. 

Works of Apostolic and Christian Fathers here ; use 270 for religious history of theM 
periods. See also 229.9. Apocryphal books. 

,2 Primitive Apostolic, to end of First Century. 

.3 Ante-Nicene, A. D. 100-325. Seeaiso27oi. 

.4 Post-Nicene, A. D. 325-1054. sce also 270.2-3. 

.5 Oriental Churches. 

.6 Armenian. 

•7 Coptic. 

.8 Nestorian. 

.9 Eastern or Graeco-Russian or Holy Orthodox Church. 

The Great Schism, Mutual Ex-communication, a. d. 1054, separates the Catholic ChurcK 
into Kastem and Western Churches, which from this time have separate histories. 

282 Western or Roman Catholic Church. 

Divided geographically liku 940-999. 

283 Anglican and American P. E. Church. 

Divided geographiciUy, when neciled, like 94o-9<^ ; e. g. the Anglican Church in Aus* 
tralia is 283.94 ; India, 283.54. 

284 Continental Protestant Sects. Protestantism. 

I Lutheran. Reformed* See also 285.7, Reformed church in America. 

.2 Calvinist; Z^nglian. see 285, and 286.1. 

.3 Hussites. Anabaptists. Lieyden. see 286.1. 

.4 Albigenses. Waldenses. Vaudois. sec 272.3. 

.5 Huguenots. see 272.4. 

.6 Moravian. 

.7 Scandinavian. Swedish. 

.8 Old Catholic. 

Here are cUsited those denying Pai>al Infallibility, or for other cause cut off from Rom^ 
though Catholic in other res[)ccts. 

Other. 

285 Presbyterian. Reformed. Congregational. 

.1 Presbyterian Church in America. 

.2 Presbyterian Church in Great Britain. 

.3 Cumberland Presbyterian. 

.4 United Presbyterian. 

.5 Reformed Presbyterian 

.6 Minor Presbyterian Sects. 

Reformed (Dutch) Church in America.e.g. 285.77471, in n.y. city 

.8 Congregational. 
.9 Puritanism. 



286 Baptist. 

.1 Calvinistic. .2 Free Will. .3 Seventh Day, 

287 Methodist. 

.1 Wesleyan Methodist. 

.2 Calvinistic Methodist. 

.3 Welsh Calvinistic Methodist. 

.4 Primitive Methodist. 

.5 Primitive Wesleyan. 

.6 Methodist Episcopal. 

.7 Protestant Methodist. 

.8 African Methodist. 

.9 Minor Methodist Sects. 

288 Unitarian, see 373.4 

289 Minor Christian Sects. 

.1 Universalist. 

.2 Campbellite or Christian. Disciples. 

>3 Adventist. see also 232.0. Secund Cuming of ChsiU. 

.4 New Church or Swedenborgian. 

.5 Catholic Apostolic. 

.6 Quakers. Friends. Hicksites. 

.7 Mennonite. 

.8 Shaker. Mystic. 

.9 Other Minor Christian Sects. 

290 Ethnic. Non-Christian. 

291 Comparative and General Mythology. 

292 Greek and Roman Mythology. 

293 Teutonic and Northern Mythology. 

204 BrahmaniSm. Buddhism. For other Indlc Religion*, see a99.ii. 

See also 891.2, Sanskrit literature; 177.5, Caste. 

295 ParSeeism. Zend AveSta. For other Iramc Religions, see a99.i5. 
See also 891.52, Zend literature. 

206 Judaism. For other Semitic Religions, see a99.a. 

297 Mohammedanism. 

298 MormOnism. see .73.a, Pdygamy. 

299 Minor Non-Christian Religions. 

Subdivided ethnically like 491-499; e. g. Egyptian religion, 299.31 ; Afghani religion, 399.158. 



Sociology. 

300 Sociology in General. 

30X-309 all have Sociologv in General as their subject, but it is treated in these various forms. 
A periodical on Education goes 370.5, not 305, which is only for periodicals on Soci- 
ology in General. In Sociology, most works in these forms are limited to one Division: 
e. g. to Political Economy, Education, Law, etc. All these have the same subdivision ol 
General Works; i. e. Essavs on the various divisions are 310.4, 320.4, 130.4, and so on to 
Essays on Nf anners and Customs in Generali 390.4. A Zero in any class number shows 
the subject to be general, not specific. 

301 Philosophy. Theories. 

See Philosophy of History, 901. 

302 Compends, Outlines. 

303 Dictionaries, Cyclopedias, etc. 

304 Essays, Lectures, Addresses. 

305 Periodicals, Magazines, Reviews. 

306 Societies, Transactions, Reports. 

307 Education, Teaching, Study, etc. see also 370. 

308 Polygraphy, Collected Works, Extracts, etc. 

Put here collected works of statesmen ; e. g. works of Adams, Jefferson, etc. 

309 History of Social Science. 

310 Statistics. 

311 Theory, Methods. Science of. 

312 Population. Progress of. Vital Statistics. 

Births. Deaths. Mortality. Longevity. 

See also 614.1, Registr<ition and vital statistics. 

Statistics are divided geographically like 930-999 ; e. g. Population of Maine is sis.74z« 

313 Special Topics. 

314 'O 319 General Statistics. Divided geographically Uke 940-999. 

The -Statistics of anv special matter are put with the subject, e. g. of Domestic Animals in 
636, of Short Hand in 653, of French Novels in 843, of Theaters in 79a, etc. Statistics 
too general to be included in any topic are divided by countries. The Statistics of New 
York City would be ^17.471, but the statistics of Medicine in New York would be put 
with 610, Medicine, 1. e., the Topic outranks the Locality. 



320 Political science. 



.1, Theory of the state; .2. Compends, statecraft; .3, Dictionaries; .4, Essays; .^, Pertodicabl 
.6, Societies; .7, Education; .8, Polygraphy; .9, Hbtory of political soeoce« divldea 
like 930-909. 



321 Form of state. 



This is for discussion of form of state, what should be ; for what is, see 342, Coosdtiitkma 
law and 353-354, Administration. 



I 
2 



3 

4 

5 
6 

7 
8 



322 
324 



.1 



.2 



Family. Patriarchal age. 

Tribes. Clans. Marks. Village communities. 

Feudalism. 

Democracy. Pure ; e. g. Athens, Town meeting. 
Aristocracy, e. g. Italian republics. Medixval German cities. 

Absolute monarchy. 
, Constitutional monarchy. 

IxepUDllC. Modern democracy, delegated powers. 
\-^nUrCn a.nCl state. Seealsoi72.3, state ethics; 261.7, The church. 

Internal or domestic relations. 

Free speech, Liberty of the press; see also 070, Newspapers; 179* i, Morals of the 

Suffrage. 

Qualifications. Age. Property. Education. Color. 

KaCCy etc. .See also 325.1, Naturalization. 

Forms of suffrage. Universal. Limited. Minority rep* 
resentation. Class system. Cumulative, etc. 

.3 \A^Oman suffrage. See also 396.3, woman; 329 83, Woman suffnig* party. 

.4-9 In special countries. Divided like 940-999. 

325 Colonies and immigration. 

I Immigrants and naturalization. 

>2 emigrants. Divided by countries nice 930-999. 

>3 Colonization. Divided by country UUe 940-999* 

,4-9 In special countries. Divided like 940-999, by country in which piantidi 

olaVery. see als© 973.7, Civil war; 371.94, Education of Ireedmen. 

Slave trade. 

Coolies and contract slaves. 
. Serfs and serfdom. 
Anti-slavery documents. 

periodicals. 

societies. 
Pro-slavery. 
Emancipation and freedom. 

History of slavery. Divided geographUanyHke 930-999. 
Biography of slaves. 

327 Foreign relations. Divided geographically Hke 930-999 



326 



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2 

3 
4 

5 
6 

7 
8 

9 

92 



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328 Legislative bodies and annals. Vw^tJU^^^pf />^ i ^ w. cX 

•I Parliamentary la^v. (^.^^.^^cC /c^ io" 'i>^.-^^-< ''* 

•4-9 Of special countries. 

Divided by countries like 940-Q99, and under each, works may be divided: .1, Journalt; ^ 
Debates; .3, Abstracts; .4, Documents; .5, Rules; .8, Legislative manuals; ^ 
History of bodies. 

329 Political parties. Party conventions. 

329.01, U. S. presidential campaign documents of all parties, arranged by campaigna* 

1 Federal. 

2 Anti-Federal. 

3 Democratic. 

4 Whig. 

5 American. Kno^v-nothing. 

6 Republican. 

7 

8 Minor parties. 

.81, Prohibition, see also 178.5, Ethics; .8a, Greenback, see also 332.5, Paper money; .8st 
Woman suffrage, see also 324.3, Suffrage; .84, People's; .85, Lkbor, see al80 33s.b» 
Laboring classes. 

9 Parties in other countries. Divided geographically Uke 940-999. 



330 Political economy. 



Com- 



. I, Theories; .2, Compends; .3, Dictionaries; .4, Essays; .5, Periodicals; .61 
Study and teaching ; .8, Polygraphy ; .9, History. 

331 Capital. Labor and wages. 

•I Relations of capital to labor. 

•2 Wages. Comparative wages. Profit sharing, 
pulsory insurance. 

•3 Labor of children. see also 179.2, Cruelty to children. 

•4 Labor of \VOmen. see also 396.5, woman. 

.5 Convict labor. Prison contracts. See also 365. p^^om- * 
•6 Pauper labor. Cheap foreign labor. Chinese. ^ 

See also 339, Pauperism ; 362.5, Asylums. 

.7 Skilled and unskilled labor. 

.8 Laboring classes. see also 329.85, Labor party. 

.81 Hours of labor. 

.82 Places of labor. Dangers. 

See also 613.6, Hygiene; 622.8, Mining; 614.S, Protection of life. 
.83 Food. Clothes. Shelter. See also 640, Domestic economy. 

.84 Morals and habits. Thrift. Temperance. Amusements. TempU*t5ons. 

See also 170, Ethics; 790, Amusements; 263.6, Sunday. 

.85 Helps. Lectures. Libraries. Reading-rooms, etc. 

See also 374.5. Popular lectures ; 020, Libraries; 263.7, Sunday. 

.86 Training. Apprenticeship. 

.87 Organization of labor. 

.88 Trade unions and other labor societies. See also 338.6. Guiida. 

.89 Strikes. 



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332 Banks. Money. Credit. Interest 

.1 Banks and Banking. 



SMaiMS34A 



.2 



•31 
•32 

'33 
•34 

.4 
.41 
.42 

•43 
44 

•45 
.46 

•47 
.48 
•49 

•5 
.6 

•7 
.8 

•9 



333 



I 
2 

3 

4 

5 
6 

7 
8 



Silver. Nickel. Copper. 



334 



I 

a 

3 

4 

5 
6 

7 
8 



.11, National; .la, State; .13, Private; .(4, Trust companies ; .15, Foreign. 
Co-operative banks. 

Savings Banks. 
Loan Institutes. 

Credit Institutes. 

Building Associations. See 334.1, Co<operation. 

Monts de Piet^. Governmental. 

Pawn Shops. Private. 

Coins and Coinage. Mints. 

Coinage Metals. Production and Value. Gold. 

Single and Double Standard. 

International Standards. 

Monetary Congresses. 

Comparative Value of Moneys. 

Mints. 

Coinage Laws. 



History of Mints and Coinage. Divided geoRraphically like 940-999. 

Paper Money. Public and Private Notes, see 529.83. 

Stocks and Stock Exchanges. Bonds. 

Credit. Credit System. 

Interest and Usury, see ai»o 336.31, PubHcsecuniies. 

Counterfeiting. Forging, see 343. criminal Law. 

Land. Ownership, Rights, and Rent. 

See 338, Production ; and 630, Agriculture. 

State Ov/nership. 

Community Ownership. 

Private O^vnership. 

Absentee Owners. Alien Owners. 

Rent of Land for Cultivation. 

„ „ Building. 

Forests. 
Mines. 
Fisheries. 

Co-operation. 

Building Societies. Loans. Organization, see also jja-ja. 
Co-operative Banks, see also 33a. Banks. 

Insurance Societies, see also 368, insurance. 

Housekeeping. See also 640, Domestic economy. 

Consumptive Associations. Stores. 

Productive Associations. Factories. 
Friendly Societies. 
Burial Societies. 



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335 Socialism and Communiism. 

.01, Theory of property. 

,1 English Socialism. 

.2 Saint Simonism. 

.3 Fourierism. 

.4 Communism. 

.5 German Socialism. Social Democracy. 

.6 State Socialism. Socialism of the Chair. 

.7 Christian Socialism. 

8 

g Socialistic Communities. 

Divided by countries like 930-999. 

336 Finance. 

.1 State Domain and Properties. 

.11 Management and Income from Rents. 

.12 Sale. 

.13 Land Claims. 

.14 Land Grants to Railroads, Colleges, etc. See also 379.1:, Education. 

.19 State Monopolies, e. g. French State Monopoly of Tobaooo Trade. 

.2 Taxation. s« j« j,8.8. M«K,pdh» 

.21 Direct 

.22 Real Estate 

.23 Personal. 

.24 Income. 

.25 Poll. 

.26 Customs. Specific or Ad Valorem. See 337, Protection. 

.27 Excise. Licenses. Liquor Dog. Legacies. Stamp Duties. See also tj^ 

.28 Local Taxes. See also 379.13* School funds. 

.29 Assessment and Collection of Taxes. 

.3 Loans. Public Securities. 

.31 Interest-bearing Securities. See also 333.8, Interest. 

.32 Floating Debt. 

.33 Sinking Fund. 

.34 Public Credit 

.35 Annuities. 

.36 Repudiation. 

.4-9 Finance of Special Countries. Divided geographically 10(6940^999. 

337 Protection and Free Trade. 

See also 336.26, Customs. 

1 Absolute Free Trade. No Tariff. 

2 Free Trade, i. e. Tariff for Revenue only. 

3 Protection. 

4 Subsidies. 

5 Duties on Special Articles. Steel, Wool, etc. 

6 „ „ Raw Materials. 

7 „ „ Books and Works of Art 

8 Duty Free Importation for Colleges, etc. see also oai.9»Libnirin 
I Recinrocitv. 



338 Production. Manufacture. Prices. 

z Agricultural products. 

.2 Mining products, see also 332.41, coinage metals. 

.3 Water ,, Fish, ice, etc. 

.4 Manufactured products. Machinery in industry. 

.5 Prices. 

.6 Guilds. See also 331.88, Trades unions. 

.7 Corporate industries. 

•8 Monopolies. see also 336.19, state monopoHes. 

Industrial legislation. Divided geographically like 940-999* 
33Q X aUperiSm. see also 379.2a, illiteracy; 362.5, Pauper asylums; 331.6, Pmxptr 

340 Law. 

General works. 

Most periodicals belong in Private law, 347.05. 

z Philosophy. Theories. Law of nature. 

2 

.3 Antiquities. Torture. Trial by ordeal. Duel, etc* 

.4 Trial by jury. 

.5 Comparative legislation. 

.6 Medical jurisprudence, see also 614.23, Expert testimony. 

.7 Education. Law school. Office training. 
.8 Polygraphy. Collections. 

Legal anecdotes and miscellany. 

Public law. 

341 International law. 

.01, Philosophy; .02, Compends, etc., like 300. 

International congresses. 

Of diplomatic agents for settling international relations. Congresses on special topics go whh 
their subjects ; e. g. 332.441 on Coinage. 

.2 Treaties. Texts and history. 

Chu>s wilQ most ii4.|«oruiii co»..i> > , uivmiug like 940-999. 

.3 Law of war. Captives. Neutrals. 

.4 International criminal law. 

.5 International private law. 

.6 Arbitration. 

.7 Diplomacy. 

.8 Consular systems. 

342 Constitutional law and history. 

Divided by countries like 930-999. Under each, works may be divided: 1, Texts of 

tution; a, Conventions; 3, Systems; 4, El&says; 8| Polygraphy; 9, History. 
For Administrative law, see 350. 

343 Criminal law. 

.z Criminal trials. 
.2 Punishments. 

Corporal. Death penalty. Hard labor. Confinement. 
•3"^ Of special countries. Divided by countries Hke 930-999, 

Under each country, works may be divided: i, Penal codes; a, Reports; 3, CrimlDal 
procedure ; 4, Text books and manuals. 

344 Martial law. 



•z 



Private Law. 

345 U. S. Statutes and Cases. lO^y^ ■■■■.' '**<-^' ■ ■ : ^<^^ 

Divide each of the sections . 1-.5, using i, U. S. ; 2, Individual states arranged alphabetically} 
e. g. Statutes at large of U. S.» 345* n \ Acts and resolves of Mass., 345*ia* 

•z Session Laws. 

.2 Codes. Revised Statutes. 

•3 Law Digests (of Statutes). 

•4 Reports. 

Use .4, U. S. Supreme Court; .41, U. S. Circuit and District Courts; .415» Periodicat 
collections of various states; e. g. Eastern Reporter, etc.; .43, Reports of individual 
states. 

•5 Digests of Cases. 

346 British Statutes and Cases. 

Divided like 345. Includes all reports in English language excefit U. S. reports. 

347 Treatises. American and English Private Law. 

.01, Philosophy ; .02, Compends; .03, Dictionaries; .04, Essays; .05, Periodicals; .06, So- 
cieties* Bar associations ; .08, Poiygraphy ; .09, History. 

Put law of special topics with the subject ; e. g. Insurance law, 368. The divisions .1-.8 may 
be disregarded and all English law text-books arranged in one alphabet by authors. An 
elaborate division, ^imilar to Medicine^ will be published after further revision. 



.1 


Fersons. J^egai capacity. 


.2 


Realty. 


^ -3 


Chattels. Movables. 


.4 


Contracts. 


•5 


Torts. 


.6 


Family Law and Inheritance. 


. -7 


Commercial and Maritime. 


.8 


Equity. 


•9 


Civil Trials. Procedure. 


.91 


Civil Trials. 


.92 


Pleading. 


•93 


Forms. 


•94 


Evidence. Testimony in general not limited to civil trials. 


•95 


Remedies. 


.96 


Justices of the Peace. Notaries. Sheriff. 


•97 


Organization of Courts. 


.98 


Jurisdictions. 


•99 


History of Special Courts. 



348 Canon Law. 

349 Foreign Law. 



Divided like 930-990, and under each modem state divided like 34s with decimals .71 to .70 
used for Treatises like 347. e. g. 349.4475 is French I^w of Tort>. 3/9.44^ is French 
Code. Roman I-^w is divided : 

.37 Roman Law. 

.01, Philosophy; .03, Compends; .03, Dictionaries; .04, Essays; .05, Periodicals; .06, Socie- 
ties; .07, Education; .o«, Poiygraphy; .09, History. 
.371 Sources. Ante- Justinian. 

.373 H Justinian. 

•J7J History and Criticism of Sources. 

.374 Institutes. Ancient Roman Law. 

.375 Pandecus. Mtxlcrn ,, „ 

J77 Treatises on Special Topics. 

Divided like 347. 



350 Administration. 



71 

7a 

73 

74 

75 



Including Military science. .1, Theory ; .2, Compends ; .3, Dictionaries ; .4, Essays ; .5, F» 
riodicals; .6, Societies; .7, Education; .8, Polygraphy; .9, History. A large number of 
the questions properly placed under Administration are classed with related topics else- 
where. Some of these are repeated here, both to show the scope of the subject "Ad- 
ministration '' and to provide for cross references by those specially interested. See also 
34ai Constitutional law and history. 

351 Administration of Central Government. 

•X Organization of Civil Service. 

Officers. Method of election or appointment. Official functions and 
relations. 

2 Civil Lists.' 

3 Examination. 

4 Tenure of Office. Discipline. See 351.92, Power of removd. 

5 Pensions. 

6 Reform. Spoils Systeni vs. Office-holding Class. 
Subjects of Administrative Action. 

See also 353, United States; 354, Foreign states. 

Financial Administration. 

See 336, Finance, PubUc property. Taxation. 

Budget Public Accounts. 

Internal Affairs. 

See also 323, Domestic relations. 

Police Measures. 

Public Safety and Order. 

See also 352.2, Police; 365, Priaona, etc 

I, Press. 

a, Reunion and Association. 

3, Weapons. 

•76 Vice and Good Manners. 

I, Liquor Regulation. See 178, Temperance, 
a. Public Gaming. See 174.6, Ethics. 

3, Public Begging, etc. See 339, Pauperism* 

4, Prostitution. See 176.5, Ethics. 

.77 Sanitary Police. 

See 352.4, Boards of health ; 614, Public heahSi, Ma 

•78 Accidents. See 614.8, Public health. 

I, Buildings. See 614.85. 
a. Fires. See 614.84. 



351-3 Promotion of Public Welfare. 

.81 Means of Communication. 

See 380, Commerce, Communication. 

1, Highways. See 386 ; 352.7, Local government. 

2, Railways. See 385. 

3, Waterways. See 386; 387. 
4f Ferries. 

5, Bridges. See 352.7, Ix>cal government* 

6, Post Office. See 383. 

7, Telegraphs. See 384. 

j^9 Trade and Industry. 

I, Weights and Measures. See 389, Conmierce. 
Uf Coinage and Money. See 332, Banks, Money* 

3, Landed industry. 

Agriculture. See 630, Useful arts; 338.1, Productioiu 
Forests. See 634.9, Agriculture ; 333.7, Land. 
Mines. See 622, Mining; 338.2, Production ; 333.3^ T 

4, Commercial and Manufacturing Industry. 

See 380, Commerce ; 338, Production. 

5, Institutions of Credit. See 332, Banks, Credit. 

Savings Banks. See 332.2. 
Mutual Benefit Societies. See 334, Cooperation. 
Insurance. See 368; 334.3, CoBperative insuranoa. 
Monts de pi^t^. See 332.33. 

•83 Labor. See33i,CapitaI, Labor, Wages. 

^ Public Charity. 

See 339, Pauperism; 360, Associations and InstitntioiMi. 

J85 Education and Worship. 

1, Public Education. See 379, Elducation. 

2, Public Libraries. See 027.4, Library economy. 

3, Art Museums. See 708, Art. 

7, Worship. See 322, Church and State. 

Military and Naval. See 355-359, Army and Naw. 

Justice. See 340, I^w. 

Foreign Affairs. See 341, International law ; 327, Political 

•9 Control over the Administration. 

J91 Administrative Control. 

By superior officers. 

jQS Disciplinary Power. 

Power of removal. See also 351.4, Tenure of office. 

j93 Supervision. 

Power to annul or amend R|)ecific acts. 

j94 Judicial Control. 

I, Ordinary Courts. See 347.5, Law of torts. 
5, Criminal Courts. See 343, Criminal Imr. 

- w95 Administrative Courts. 

jgi6 Parliamentary Control. 

.97 Petitions and Addresses. 

.98 Investigations. 

jgg Impeacbment. 



352 Local Government. Town. City. County. 

See also 379^ Public schools; 020* Libraries. 

General Questions of Municipal Administration. 

.001 Growth and importance of cities. 

.002 Cities and state control. 

.003 City as a juristic person, — a corporation. 

See also 347.1, Law of corporations. 
.004 City organization, municipal elections. 

.005 Municipal civil service. 

Local Administration of Special Countries and Cities. 

.Q3-.09, divided by countries like 930-999. 

4)42 Local Government in England. 

Arrange matter relating to special cities alphabetically by name of city and 
the remaining works as f<^ows: 

ly County. 

a, Municipal borough. 

i. Parish. 

4, Union. See 339, Pauperism. 

5, Sanitary districts. See 614, Public health. 

6, School districts. See 379, Education. 

7, Highway areas. See 353.7. 

JO43 Local Government in Germany. 

Special cities like 352.042. 
If Province. Landtag, Provincial Committeef IMrector. 

3, Circle, Circle Diet, Circle Committee, Landrath. 

4, Commune. 

5, Towns. 

6, Township. 

X344 Local Government in France. 

Special cities like 352.042. 

I, Department. 
a. General council. 
r. Departmental commission. 
4, Prefect. 

5, Arrondissement. 
6f Commune. 

7, Mayor. 

8, Municipal council. 

•I Finances. City Property and Local Taxation. 

See also 336, Finance. 

•a Police. 

,3 Fire Department. See also 621.68, Fire engines; 614.84, Fires. 

•4 Public Health. Board of Health, see also 614, Medidna 
•5 Public Buildings and Works. 

•6 Water and SeV^erage Works, see also 6a8, sanitary englMWiiv 

•7 Streets. Highways. Bridges! Parks. 

•8 Licenses. Hack, Huckster, Entertainment, etc. 

.g Other Topics. 



353 United States and State Government 

See also 342.73, Constitutional law and history. 

.01 f Administrative centralization. 
.oa, Separation of powers. 
.03, President. 
.04, Departments. 
.05, Cabinet. 

•z State Department. 

•a Treasury ** See also 336.73, rmance of u. s. 

.3 Interior ** 

•4 Post Office •• See 383. 

.5 Judiciary *• 

•6 War ** See 355, Army. Military science. 

.7 Navy ** See 359, Navy. Naval science*. 

.8 Other 

•9 State Government. Divided like 974-979* 

Apply same decimals for State and Foreign Governments. For departments not here 
specified use .8 and .9, and any of above numbers left blank ; e. g. for a state having 
no navy, .7 is free for some local use. Judiciary dept. of D. C. 353.97$35. 

353.9 includes history of regiments, unless covering a particular period of national 
history ; e. g. the " history of the N. Y. 7th Regiment in the civil war ** h attracted to 
973.74, but a general history of the same regiment is 353.97476. 

354 Organization of Central Government. Foreign 

States. 

See also 342, Constitutional law and history. 

Divided geographically by countries like 930-999. Under each country the U. S. divisions, 
I, State, a, Treasury, etc., may be used; e. g. State department of Great Britain, 
354.42 1. Add also the following divisions: 

^3 Administration of England. Central Government. 

01, Adnunistrative centralization. 

02, Separation of powers. 

03, Monarch. 

04, Privy council. 

05, Cabinet. 

43 Administration of Germany. Central Government 

01, Administrative centralization. 

02, Separation of powers. 

03, Empire. 

04, Bundesrath. 

05, Emperor. 

06, Ministry. 

07, States. Monarchs. 

08, Landtag. Ministers. Council of state. 

09, Free cities. 

w|4 Administration of France. Central Government. 

ot, Administrative centralization. 

02, Separation of powers. 

03, President. 

04, Ministers. 

05, Council of state. 



355 Army. Military Science, sm 6aj, Mmt»Fy encineeiing. 



356 

357 
358 
359 

360 



361 
362 



.X 



2 

3 

4 

5 
6 

7 
8 

9 



363 

364 

365 
366 

367 
368 



369 



Limited to military science, Uctics, etc. For War department of U. S. or histovy «f 
regiments, see 353.6 and 353.9. Divided by a o, like 350* 

Infantry. 

Cavalry. 

Artillery. 

Naval Science, see 633.8, Naval engineering. 
Divided by a o, like 350. 

Associations and Institutions. 

This covers what is best known as " Charities and Corrections,*' and general works on 
this topic go in 360. Note. Under each section .9 b used as in 362.9* for grouping 
by location ; e. g. Clubs of London are 367.9421. 

Charitable; s« ..»,„.„ ch».. «hooK 

Hospitals, Asylums, and Allied Societies. 

For Inebriate asylums, see 178.6, Temperance reformatories. 

Sick and VS^ounded. Incurables. Eye and Ear In- 
firmaries. Lying-in Hospitals. Dispensaries. 

Insane. see also 132.1, Insanity. 

Idiotic. See also 132.2, Idiocy; 371 93, Education. 

Blind. Deaf. Dumb, see also 371.91 and 371.92, Education. 

Paupers. See also 339, Pauperism ; 331.6, Pauper labor. 

Aged. 

Children. Orphans. Foundlings, see also 179.2. Cmeity, ethics. 

Other. 

Special Countries. 

Divided like 930-999 ; e. g. 362.942 is Hospitals of England. 
X 01lLlC2.i. Tammany, Primrose League, Ku Klux, etc. 

Reformatory. SchooU. Discharged convicts. Criminal classes. 

Prisons. Discipline. see also 3315, convict labor. 

Secret Societies. .1. Masons; .2, Knights of PyiWas; .3, Odd Felkms; 

.4, Rosicrudans. 
See also 371.85, Collie secret societies. 

Social Clubs. 

Insurance. see aUo 334.3» Co-operative Insurance. 

• Z, Fire; .2, Marine; .3, Life, .31, Annuities; see also 336.35, Public 

annuities; 519.5. Probabilities; .4, Accident ; .5, Animal and 
Crop; .6, Plate Glass; .7, Boiler; .8, Credit and 
Bonds; L^nd Titles; .91, Government Control ; 

Commissioners . 93-99 divided geographically like 930-999 i «• g» Insui*. 
ance in New York (including state reports, etc) is 368.9747. 

Other. Cincinnati 

.. ^ . ■'■■) 



370 Education. 



.1, Philosophy, Theory; .a, ; .3» Dictionaries, Cyclopaedias; .4, Essays, 

Addresses; .5, Periodicals (for College Papers, see 378); .6, Societies, Aasodationt ; 
.7, Education, Teachers' Institutes, Normal Schools; .8, Polygraphy; .9, History 
divided by countries, like 930-999. 

371 Teachers, Methods, and Discipline. 

Teachers. 

1 1 Qualifications. 

12 Training. 

13 Examination. Certificates. 

14 Appointment. Tenure. 

15 Permanent Profession vs. Stepping-stone Theory. 

16 Salary and Promotion. 

17 Pensions for Teachers. 

18 Women as Teachers. 

2 School Organization. 

21 Admission. Enrollment. Matriculation. 

22 Tuition Fees. 

23 Terms. Vacations. Holidays. See also 6 13. 76 and 6 13. 77, Hygiene. ^^ 

24 Hours. Recess. 

25 Classes. Grades. 

26 Marking System. 
arj Examinations. Oral, Written. Cramming. See also 438.9, Language 

28 Promotions. 

29 Graduation. Diplomas. 

3 Methods of Instruction. 

31 Rote or Concert Teaching. 

32 Text Books. Recitations. 

33 Lectures. 

34 Developing or Inducf»vc Mcfiioct 

35 Art of Questioning. 

36 Topical Method. 

37 Seminary Method. 

38 Laboratory Work. 

39 Other Methods. Correspondence. 

Systems of Education. 

41 Bell and Lancaster, or Monitoriaia. 

42 Fellenberg*s or Manual Labor. 
.43 Military Organization. 
.44 Pestalozzian. 

45 Jacotot's. 

46 Probers. See 372.2, Kindergarten. 

47 " Quincy System." 

.5 Government. Discipline. 

.51 Rules. 

.52 Attendance. Truancy, 'laromeas* 

.53 Rewards. Prizes. 

.54 Punishment. 

.55 Corporal Punishment. 

.56 Confinement. Tasks. 

.57 Monitors. 

•58 Moral Government. Alcott 

•59 Student Self-government 



371.6 School Furniture and Apparatus. 

.61 Furniture. 

.62 Lavatories, etc. 

.63 Globes, Maps, etc. 912. 

.64 Libraries. Seeoai.3. 037.8. 

.65 Museums. 

.66 Apparatus. 

.67 Laboratories. 542.1. 

.68 Observatories. 522.1 

.7 School Hygiene. 613. 

.71 Health of Students. Over-studj. 

.72 Care of Eyes. Effect of Study. 

•73 Care of Body. Gymnastics. Calisthenics. See also 613.71, Hygiene. 

.74 Recreations. Games, etc. See also 613.74, Play ; 796, Out-door sports. 

.75 Championship Games. Boat-races. 

See also 175.7. Ethics ; 613.73, Hygiene ; 796, Out-door sports. 

.79 Other Special Topics. 

.8 Student Life and Customs. 

See 784.6, College Songs; 378.29, College Costumes. 

.81 Student Honor. Cribbing. Cheating. Keys. " Ponies." 

.82 Fagging and Hazing. 

.83 Student Organizations. 

.84 Literary Societies. 

.85 Secret ScKieties. See also 366, Secret societies. Chapters in special college gpo 

here with reference from the college. 

.86 Society Houses. Halls. Temples, etc. 

.87 Dormitories. 

.88 Commons. 

.89 Customs. Celebrations. Triumphs. Burnings, etc. 

.9 Education of Special Classes. 

.9^ Blind. See also Asylums, 361.4 ; 655. 

.92 Deaf and Dumb. See also Asylums, 361.4. 

.93 Feeble-minded. See also 362.3, 133.2, 92a8. 

.94 Freedmen. Negro. 

^ .95 Indians. 

.96 Orientals. 

^ Criminals. Reform Schools. See also 364, Reformatories. 

.98 Special Nationalities, e. g. Germans in U. S. 

,99 Coeducation of Races. 

372 Elementary Education. Primary Schools. 

Special Methods of Government. 
,2 Kindergarten. 

.3 Observing Powers. Object Teaching. Science. 

Reading. Alphabet. Phonics and Word Methods. 

See also 428.6, Elementary readers. 

.5 Elementary Writing and Dra^ving. See also 741. 

.6 Elementary Grammar. Language Lessons. See also 4^8.2. 

.7 Elementary Arithmetic, sce also 511. 

.8 Elementary Geography. SecaUo 910.7. 

Some may prefer to put these Elementary Text Books with their subjects, but a Primer of 
Geography is more useful to the Student of Elementary Schools and Methods than 
. to one interested in Descriptii^n, Travels, and Geography. Text books, except 
primary, go with the subject. 

} Special Countries and Schools. History, Reports, etc. 

Subdivided like 940-999; e. g. 372.942, English elementary schools. 



/^^ 



373 Intermediate. Academic. Preparatory. 

The discussions of theories, methods, etc., are classed regardless of the public supp it; 
but schools classed in Jja.Q, 373'4-9, 376.9, 377.3-7» and J78.4-9 are all private 01 en- 
dowed, except parts of Primary, schools for women, and colleges which, even suppo ted 
by public funds, are preferably classed in 371.9, 376, and 378. All other *' pubic'* 
schools, i. e. paid for from the public treasury, are groupt under 379.^-9. Besides 
schools, such topics as "American students in Europe ''go naturally m 3^3.4 or, if 
the topic be " European universities," in 378.4. Peabody & Slater funds go in 373.75. 

.1 Home Education. Tutor. Governess. 

.2 Day Schools. 

.3 Boarding Schools. 

.4-9 Special Countries and Schools. History, Reports, etc. 

Subdivided like 940-999; 373.42, Higher English Schools. 

374 Self-education and Culture. 

I Private Reading. Conversation, seeoas. 

,a Reading Circles. Book and Periodical Clubs. 

.3 Lyceums. Literary Clubs. 

.4 Debating Societies. 

.5 Popular Lectures. 

,6 Popular Summer Schools. 

See also 407, 507, for Schools of Science, etc., for specialists, which are classed with their 
subject not with these popuUr gatherings. 

•7 Chautauqua Courses. 

.8 Societies for Home Study, Correspondence Colleges. 

•g Institutions, e. g. Cooper Union. 

375 Curriculum. 

.01, Order of Stu<Ues; .02, Single Course; .03, P.-irallcl Courses; .04, Optional Studies; 
.1-.9, Special Studies, in the order and subdivided like 100-999. e. g. 37Sf5, Place 
of Science in Curriculum; 37$-82, Place of English Literature 'j use 375.84 also for 
General Questions on Modern Languages, and 375.8S for Classics. 

376 Education of Women. 3964. 

.1 Physical Capacity of Women. 

.2 Mental Capacity of Women, see 136.1. 

.3 Domestic Education. 

.4 Fashionable Education. 

.5 Conventual Education. 

.6 Collegiate Education. 

.7 Co-education. 

•8 Colleges for ^Vomen. Degree conferring colleges go here. All other 

schools for women go in 376.9. 

.9 Special Countries and Schools. History. Reports, etc. 

Subdivided like 940-999; 376.943, Education of women in Germany. 



377 Religious, Ethical, and Secular Education. 

.1 Bible in public schools. 

•2 Ethical education, see also 170.7, Ethics. 

•3 Monastic schools. See aUo 371, Monastic orden. 

•4 Diocesan schools. 

.5 Parochial schools, see 257. 

•6 Missionary schools, see 366. 

•7 Charity schools, see also 361, Oumuble institutiona. 

•8 Church and education, see also 361.5, church. 

Subdivided like 380; e. g. 377*83, Relation of Roman Catholic church to 

•9 Non-Christian religions and education. 

Subdivided like 390; e. g. 377>97f Relation of Mohammedanism to edo c a t Soo. 

378 Colleges and Universities, with power of conferring 

•z University Education. 

.13 University extension. 

•2 Academic Degrees and Costume, see 614.31. Medical 

.21 Degree-conferring body. College, University, or State. 

.22 Graded degrees. Cum laude, etc 

.23 Degrees in course. 

.24 Degrees on examination. 

.25 Honorary degrees. 

.26 Degrees by purchase or forgery. 

.27 

.28 

.29 Academic gowns and hoods. 

•3 FeHowships. Endowment of research. 

•4-9 Special countries and colleges. History, reports, etc* 

For Women's colleges, see 376.8. 

Subdivided like 940-999. e.g. 378.43* English universities; 378.741, Maine ooUq;«t. 

The various colleges of any section may be given each a number or be arranged alphas 
betically. Under each college arrange publications by the following table, pladog 
these letters after the letter (or letter and figure) used to designate the colleges 
e. g. a history of Harvard college would be marked 378.74^ — HE, and aeeoood 
history would be book numbered HEi. The practical convenience ol this plan 
outweighs the objection that it introduces classification into the book nombert. 









• ^ - • • 

ft 



TABLE FOR SCHOOL AND COLLEGE PUBLICATIONS, 

A Charter and Statutes. 

B Trustees. Regents. Resolutions, reports, etc. 

C Administration. President, Chancellor. Reports, et& 

D Finances. Treasurer's reports. 

E History. Foundation, growth, etc 

F Biography. Necrology. 

G General Catalogs. Triennials, etc. 

H Annual Catalogs. Attendance, registers, etc • 

I Handbooks. Circulars of information. 

J Bulletins. Official periodicals. 

K Addresses. Inaugurals. Baccalaureates; Commencements^ etC> 

L Programs. Tickets. Memorabilia. 

— M Faculty (as a body). Publications. Regulations. Certificates for admia* 

sion, etc. 

N Lectures. Class manuals. Examination questions. 

O Student theses. Orations, essays, etc 

P Student catalogs. Society annuals, etc. 

Q Student periodicals. 

R Student societies, including periodicals. 

S Student miscellany. Songs. Class day, etc 

T Alumni. Societies, committees, etc. 

U Classes. Histories, records, etc. - 

V Pictures. Class albums. 

W Buildings and grounds. Descriptions, maps, etc 

Z Schools. Divinity, law, medical, etc. 

379 Public schools. State education. 

•z Public school system. 

.II School funds. 

.12 National aid to education. Land grants. See also 335.24, Finanos. 

.13 Local Taxation. See also 336.28, Taxation, 

.14 School laws. School age. 

.15 School supervision ; National, state, and local. Duties of parents. 

.16 National and State Universities. 

Only discussion here ; for special colleges, see 378.4-9. 

.17 Secondary schools. High schools. Academies. Grammar schools. 

.18 Primary schools. 

.19 Evening schools. 

•2 Illiteracy. 

.21 Illiteracy and Crime. 

.22 Illiteracy and Pauperism. See also 339, Pauperism. 

.23 Compulsory education. 

.24 

•3 Public VS. private and endowed schools. 

•4-9 Special countries, sections, cities or schools. 

Subdivided like 940-999. e.g. 379.73, Reports of U. S. Coniniissioner of Education; 
379'74* £^ucation in Massachusetts; 379.7471, in New York City. 






380 Commerce, Communication. 

The technical side of these questions goes mostly in 650, Useful Arts. Here belong 
discussions of social and political relations ; e. g. gOTemment control of railroad% 
telegraphs, etc. 

381 Domestic Trade. 

382 Foreign Trade. Consular reports. 

303 ± OSt vJiTlCe. See also 353.4, U. S. administration. 

384 Telegraph. Cable. Telephone, see 654. 

385 Railroad and Express. see 656, iuan>adfa«. 

386 Canal and Highway Transportation. „ 

387 River and Ocean Transportation. „ 

388 City Transit, see 625. 

389 Weights and Measures. Metrology, see 6^ 



390 Customs. Costumes. Popular Life. 

These heads are for discussions by topic. Customs, etc., of any special country go in 
913-919. Books on a special topic in a special country go here» as the grouping 
by topics is the more important ; e. g. Marriage in Japan is 393.5, but Japanese 
Customs, 9is.2« For Customs of Primitive Man, see 571. 

391 Costume and Care of Person, see 646, nothing; 613.4, Hygiene. 

I Costumes of Men. 

.2 Women. 

.3 Children. 

.4 Extremities. Hats, Gloves, Sandals, Shoes, Stock- 

ings, etc. 

.5 Hair Dressing, Barbers. 

.6 Care of Person, Bathing, Toilet. 

.7 Ornaments and Jewelry. 

8 

392 Birth, Home, and Sex Customs. 

•z Birth Customs, Christening, Circumcision. 

•2 Sacrifice and Exposure, see i73-4> Ethics. 

•3 Family and Home Relations. 

•4 Betrothal. 

•5 Marriage. 

.6 Sex Relations, Concubinage. 

.7 

393 Treatment of the Dead, see 614.6, Puwic hmiuu 

I Earth Burial, see 719, cemeteries. 

.2 Cremation. 

.3 Embalming, Mummies. 

.4 Exposure. 

Special Funeral Customs. Wake, Suttee. 

394 Public and Social Customs. 

I Eating, Banquets. 

.2 Sho^vs and Diversions. 

.3 Games, Dances, etc. 

.4 Ceremonies. 

,5 Processions. 

,6 Fairs. 

.7 Chivalry, Tournaments. 

.8 Duelling, Suicide. 

See 179.71 Ethics; 340.3, Law, Trial by OrdeaL 

395 Etiquet. 



39^ Woman's Position and Treatment. 

For Costumes, see 391 '2 ; Biography, 920.7. 

If a special library about women is wished, 396 is the best place for it. Suffrage, ediH 
catioDi and employment can then be put here, with references from 334.3, 376, 
331.4, etc., but it would be unwise to bring everything about women here, e. g. to 
remove 618, Diseases of Women, from the rest of medicme. Books on woman in 
general go in 396. 

•X Emancipation. 

•2 Legal Status, Property, Rights, etc. 

•3 Political Status. See324.3, suffrage; 339.83, woman suffrage Party. 

•4 Education, see also 376, Education of Women. 

.5 Employment. See 331.4, Labor of Women ; 371.18, Teachers. 

Divided like General Classification ; e. g. Woman as scientist, 396.5s ; woman as painter, 
396.575 ; woman as author, 396.58, etc. 

.6 Woman in Home. 

. .7 Delineation of Woman in Art. 

.8 Delineation of Woman in Literature. 

.9 Woman in History, Politics, War. Amazons. 

397 Gipsies. Nomads. Outcast Races. 

People without nationalities who do not coalesce with the ruling people among whom 
they live. This includes Gipsy language, which has no place in the linguistic 
groups of 400, SIS the Gipsy people have no place in the geographical divisions of 
history. 

398 Folk-lore. Proverbs, etc. see auo 291-3, Mythology. 

This section is for material needed in studying Folk-lore. Mere Stories for Childrjcn, 
unless having a value to students of Folk-lore, go in 823, or in J, if there be a 
Juvenile collection. > 

Primitive Traditions. 



.1 

.2 



w. / > 



^ 



vy^- 



^■•■. K^i *■ 



•5 
.6 

•7 
.8 



l'^ Legends, tales, traditions. ^^-^ ^ - ^ ' ^^ / Z*"*^ ^ ^^ 
< Folk-lore, traditional beliefs and customs, popular 

superstitions. >3 f7s X 
yPam«9v--Slve9*-'etc. 3f^i2j 
Chapbooks. 
Riddles. 
Dream Books. # / / , , 

Song Books. 4 Including only ^pular collections, hardly ranking with Poetry or 
Music, but useful in the study of Folk-lore, etc. 

Proverbs. 



399 Customs of War. 



Weapons. War Dances. Treatment of Captives. Scalping. Mutilatioo. Burning. 
Cannibalism. 






Ptiilology. 



400 Philology in General. 

In Philology the general works put under 400-419 deal almost entirely with the Indo-European 
languages. They are put here because they cover most of the divisions of thb class, and 
in practice are most convenient here. Under 439, 479, and 48^) are placed books limited 
to the Teutonic, Romance, or Hellenic groups, and under 491 are placed only such 
general worics as are specifically limited to the Indo-European groups 

401 Philosophy, Origin of Language. 

402 Compends, Outlines. 

403 Dictionaries, Cyclopedias. 

404 EssayS; Lectures, Addresses. 

405 Periodicals. 

406 Societies, Transactions, etc. 

407 Education, Teaching Languages, 

408 Polygraphy, Collections. 

.9 Universal Language. .91 Volapiik. 

409 History of Language. 

410 Comparative. 

410-419 includes comparative works in gttural and also those on the Indo-European flroap in 
general, but general ami comparative works on Teutonic group are 439; on Rcmanoe 
group 479; on Hellenic group 489. Everything about an individual language is put with 
that language. 

411 Orthography, Orthoepy, Alphabets. 

412 Etymology, Derivation. 

413 Dictionaries, Lexicography. 

414 Phonology. Visible Speech. 

415 Grammar, Morphology, Syntax. 

416 • Prosody. 

417 Inscriptions. Palaeography, see 421.7. 47«.7. 481.7, •». 

Rare early mss. arc put in 091. 

418 Texts. 

419 Hieroglyphics, see 493.1. 

• I Sign Language. For deaf mute alphabets, see ^rt^^t. 



420 English Philology. 



I 

2 

3 

4 

5 
6 

7 
8 



.z 
.a 

3 
•4 
•5 



.8 



.1, Philosophy; .3, Compends; .4, Essays; .5, Periodicals; .6, SodeCkst mf. Study 
leaching; .8, Collective Works; .9, History of the LaoKuage. 



421 Orthography, 



See also this head treated in general grammars placed under 425. 
Alphabet. For Deaf Mute Alphabets, see 371.92. 

Vowels. Diphthongs. Aspirates. 
Consonants. 
Phonetic Spelling. Spelling Reform. 
Orthoepy. 
Accent. 
Palaeography. Inscriptions. 

Abbreviations. For stenographic and other uncommon contractions and 
viations, see 653, Shorthand. 

Punctuation. 



422 Etymology. Derivation. 



422 is limited to Derivation. For Inflection, also called Etymology, see 435.*. 

Origin and Laws of Language. 

Prefixes. Suffixes. 

Reduplication. 

Foreign Elements. 

Noun Forms. Case, Number, Diminutives. 

Adjectival Forms. Degrees of Comparison. 

Pronominal Forms. Personal, Possessive, 

etc. 
Verbal Forms. Moods, Tense, Voice, etc. 
Particles. Adverbs, Prepositions, etc. 



Relative, 



423 Dictionaries. Idioms. 



.1, Idioms ; .2, English ; .3, German, etc. Put a dictionary of two languages with the le« 
known language. Under 423 put only EngUsh- English dictionaries. Put an 
English- French dictionary with French, 443.2 ; a French-Latin dictionary with 
Latin, 473.4. If in several languages, put with 413, or with least known. Put 
French- French dictionaries 443, not 443 •4> so the standard home dictionaries shall 
come first in each language. This plan brings together under each of the less 
known, all the dictionaries for translating either into or from that language. Some 
prefer to put each dictionary under the first language ; i. e. that by which it is 
alphabeted. This gives under each language, regardless of its familiarity, aii 
dictionaries for translating /r^m it, but none for translatmg itt/t? it. These must 
be sought under the language from which the translation is to be made. For 
a cosmopolitan library this plan is simplest and best ; but in an English library, 
the first plan, with only English dictionaries in 423, and both in and att£ diction- 
aries together under little known tongues is more convenient. References in either 
case show what may be found in the other place. 



424 Synonyms. Homonyms. 



• • 



425 Grammar. 

435 includes General Works, covering also Orthography and Prosody. 
a Morphology. Inflection. Divided, .5 Nouns, etc. See4at. 

^ Syntax. 

.3 Arrangement of Words and Clauses. 

4 Particular Sentences ; Conditional, Hypothetical, etc. 

•5 Nouns. 

j6 Adjectives. Articles. 

•7 Pronouns. 

.8 Verbs. 

.9 Particles. 

426 Prosody. 

See also the head Prosody, in General GfammafS as). 

.1 Quantity and Accent. 

.2 Versification. 

.3 Feet. 

4 Figures of Prosody. 

5 Meters. 
.6 Rhymes. 

.7 Strophe and Antistrophe. 

.8 Textbooks for Writing Verse. 

•9 

427 Dialects. Early Forms of Language. Slang. 

. Subdivided by get^aphical divisions like 942. The Yorkshire dialect is 427.74 ; Glouoeft- 

tershire dialect, 427.41. The dialects of other languages take the geographical 
subdivisions of their countries. Dialects not provided for in these heads are placed 
with the last, e. g. American and Scotch with 427.9. The division by time is made 
with a fifth figure after o ; the earliest form of the language is marked .01 ; .09 is 
used for modem slang, e. g. 427.01, Old English. 

428 School Books. Texts for Learning the Lan- 

guage. 

Including only books for learning' the language, with grammatical or philological noteai 
etc. For other works see the literature of the language, 820. 

•Z Spelling Books. 

•a First Lessons. Elementary Composition. For Rhetoric tee sos. 

Including in other languages books like Fasquelle, Ollendorff, Latin Prose, etc 
Sec also 372.6, Elementar>' Grammars. 

.3 Errors of Speech. Vulgarisms. Use of Words. 

See 427.09, Slang; 424, Synonyms. 

•6 Elementary Readers, see also 372.4, Education. 

•7 Selections. 

.8 Texts of Individual Authors. 

.9 Examination Papers. 

429 Anglo-Saxon. 

The above subdivisions of Ensrlish are used for all other lanfiruaffes 
and for 410, Comparative Philology. 



•H 

o 






> < 

IB 

z 



430 German. 

437-oi« Old Hish German; 437.02, Middle High German. 

439 Minor Teutonic. including general wari« on Xeuioiucfroaii 

1 Low German. 

2 Frisian. Old Saxon. 

3 Dutch. Flemish. 

4 Piatt Deutsch. 

5 Scandinavian. 

6 Old Norse. Icelandic. Faroese. 

7 Swedish. 

8 Danish. Norwegian. 

9 Gothic. 

440 French. 

449 Provengal 

Old French, as the earliest formof the language, is 447.0? 

450 Italian. 

459 Wallachian. 

.g Rumansh. 

460 Spanish. 

t 

469 Portuguese. 

470 Latin. 

479 Minor Italic. Mediaeval Latin. 

Including; general works on Romance group. 



480 Greek. 



Divide 4S7, C^reck DiaU-cth, like (^30: c. ^. 4S7.2, Alexandrian Greek; 487.?. CfewTi 
ment Greek; 487.S1, Macedonian; 487.923, Ionic, etc. 

489 Minor Hellenic. Modern Greek. 

Including general works un Hellenic group. 

Works on Latin and Greek together, unless very clearly nu>st useful in the Latin, go withl 
Greekt which here as elsewhere is made to include general works on the ancient classics. 



490 Minor Languages. 



Each language subdivided if Mrished like 4ao English. 



491 Minor Indo-European. 



(Beside Teutonic, 420-439, Italic, 440-479, and Hellenic, 480-489.) This head, 491, 
includes general works on the Indo-European tongues, but general works on the 
Teutonic languages go in 439, on the Romance group in 479, on the Hellenic group 
in 489, while most of the material placed under 400-419 is really Indo-European ; but 
see also 410. 



•I 


Indie. 


.2 


Sanskrit. Prakrit. 


•3 


Pali. 


4 


Modern East Indian Languages 




Excluding Dravidian, which is 494. 


41 


Sindhi. 


42 


Panjabi. 


•43 


Hindustani. Hindu 


44 


Bengali. 


45 


Uriya. Orissa. 


46 


Marathi. 


47 


GujeratL 


48 


Singhalese. 


49 




•5 


Iranic. 


•51 


Old Persian. 


•52 


Zend. (Avestan.) Old Bactrian. 


•53 


Pehlevi. (Huzwaresh.) 


•54 


Armenian. 


•55 


Modern Persian. 


.56 


Ossetic. 


•57 


Kurdish. 


.58 


Afghani. 


•59 




.6 


Keltic. 


.61 


Gadhelic Group. 


.62 


Irish. 


•63 


Gaelic or Scotch. 


.64 


Manx. 


.65 


Cymric Group. 


.66 


Welsh or Cymric. 


67 


Cornish. 


.68 


Armorican or Bas Breton. 


^ 


Basque. 


.7 


Russian. « 


.7Q 


Ruthenian 



491.8 


Other Slavonic. 




South East Slavonic Group. 


.81 


Bulgarian. (Church Slavonia) 


.82 


Servian. 


•83 


Kroatian. 


.84 


Slovenian. 




West Slavomc Group. 


.85 


Polish. 


.86 


Bohemian. 


.87 


Moravian. Slovakian. 


£S 


Sorbian. 


£9 


Polabian. 


•9 


Lettic. 


.9' 


Old Prussian. 


.92 


Lithuanian. 


.93 


Lettish. (Livonian.) 


492 


Semitic. 




Northern Group. 


.1 


Aramaic. 


.19 


Babylon and Nineveh Cuneiform. 


.2 


Chaldee. 


•3 


Syriac. (Peshito.) 




Central Group. 


.4 


Hebrew. 


•5 


Samaritan. 


.6 


Phenician. (Carthaginian.) 




Southern Group. 


•7 


Arabic. 


.8 


Ethiopic. (Amharic.) 


•9 


Himyaritic. 


493 


Hamitic. 



.1 Old Egyptian. See 419 Hieroglyphics. 

.2 Coptic. 

494 Scythian. Ural-Altaic. Turanian. 

Dravidian. Tamil. Finnish. Turkish. 

495 Eastern Asiatic. Chinese. - 

496 African. 

Excluding 493 Hamitic, 492.8 Ethiopic, etc, included in families aboWb 

497 North American. 

498 South Ameiican. 

499 Malay-Polynesian and other. 

The Gypsy language is not assigned to any group, but is placed for convenienoe with soil 
Gypsies. ''^ 



Natural Science. 



500 Science in General. 

501-509 all have Scitnct in Gtntrai^:^ their subject, but it is treatad in theM rvAxsoM fontu. 
A periodical on Chttmittry goes with 540.5, not 505, wludi it oaly fbn periodicals 00 
Science in General. A Zero in any class number in any part of the dasiificadon showi 
the subject to be general, not specific. 

501 Philosophy, Theories, Utility, etc. 

502 Compends, Outlines, Ancient and Mediaeval 

Science. 

503 Dictionaries, Cyclopedias, etc. 

504 Essays, Lectures, Addresses. 

505 Periodicals, Scientific Magazines, 

506 Societies, Transactions, etc. 

507 Education, Methods of Teaching and Studying, 

etc. Museums. SeeaUosTO. 

508 Polygraphy, Collected Works, Extracts, etc. 

.X, Extracts; .a^ ; .3, General scientific travels; .4— -9, Travels and surveys (if 

general) divided geographically like 940-999. 

509 History of Science. 



510 Mathematics. 



Works on Mathematics in General, not limited to any one or two sections, are gr o up ed 
by form of treatment like Science in General above ; ut,^ into Mathematical . 

510. 1, Philosophy; .3, Collections, Compends; .3, Dictionaries; .4, Essays, PapefSi Tracts, 
Letters; .5, Periodicals; .6, Societies; .7, Education; .8, Logarithmic and other 
Tables, Instruments; .9, Histtvy. 

511 Arithmetic. see 372.7, TeacWng arithmetic. 

.1 Systems of Arithmetic, seeaisosu.si. 

.2 Notation and Numeration. Fundamental Rules. Abacus. 

.3 Prime Numbers. 

.4 Fractions. 

.5 Analysis. Permutation and Combination. 

•6 Proportion and Progression. .61, Magic Squares. 

.7 Involution and Evolution. 

.8 Mercantile Rules. Interest. Alligation. Meniiuration. 

Gauging. see 658, Business manuals. 

•Q Problems and Tables. 



512 Algebra. 

•z Systems of Algebra. 

•a Numerical Equations. Imaginary Expressions. 

•21 Equations, 1st to 4th degrees. 

•22 Higher Numerical Equations. 

.23 Indeterminate Equations. Diophantine Analysis. 

.24 Imaginary Expressions. 

•3 Algebraical Equations. Maxima and Minima. 

.4 Series. Fractions. Binomial Theorem. Taylor's Theorem- 

.5 Combinatory Analysis. 

.6 Proportion and Progression. 

.7 Involution and Evolution. 

.8 Higher Algebra. 

.81 Theory of Numbers. See 511. i, Systems of Arithmetic 

.82 Theory of Equations. Complex Variable. See also 517 J. 

.83 Determinants. 

.84 Symmetric Functions. 

.85 Elimination. Eliminants and Discriminants. 

J&6 Transformations. Substitutions. 

.87 Quantics. 

iiS Invariants. Covariants. Contravariants. 



.89 



Problems and Tables. 



513 Geometry. 



Plane and Solid Geometry bound together is put 513. Descriptive Geometry is 515. See also 
Mathematical Drawing, 744. 



.11 


Right Lines. 


.12 


Intersecting Lines. 


•13 


Parallel Lines. 


.14 


Triangles. 


•IS 


Quadrilaterals. 


.16 


Other Polygons. 


•17 


Similarity. 


.18 


Areas. 


.19 


Maxima and Minima 


•2 


Curves. 


•21 


Circles. 


.22 


Conic Sections. 


•23 


Ellipse. 


04 


Hyperbola- 


•25 


Parabola. 


06 


Higher Plane Curves. 



513-3 Volumetric or Solid Geometry. 

.31 Lines and Planes. 

.32 Intersecting Planes. 

.33 Parallel Planes. 

.34 Polyedrons, 

.35 Pyramids. 

.36 Prisms. 

•37 Regular. 

.4 With Curved Surfaces. 

41 Sphere. 

.42 Cone. 

.43 Cylinder. 

.5 Modern Geometry. 

.51 Points. Lines. Planes. Duality. 

.52 Transversals. 

•53 Cones. Conies. Involution. 

.54 Radical Axes and Centres of Similitude. 

•55 * Poles and Polars. Reciprocal Polars. 

.56 Harmonic and Anharmonic Properties. 

.57 Correspondence. Correlation of Figures. 

.58 Quadrtc Surfaces. Sphero-conics. Curves of Double Curvature. 

.59 Surfaces of Higher Order. Cubics. 

.6 

•7 

.8 Absolute or Non-Euclidean Geometry. 

.9 Problems. 

5 1 4 Trigonometry. 

I Trigonometric Functions. General Formulae* seesa0.^ 

,2 Trigonometric Series. 

.3 Exponential Formulae. 

.4 Solution of Trigonometric Equations. 

Plane Trigonometry. Solution of Plane Triangles. 
Analytical. 

I Spherical Trigonometry. General Formulae. 

.7 Solution of Spherical Triangles. 

.8 Differences of Triangles, Plane and SphericaL 

I Problems. 



515 Descriptive Geometry and Projections. 

See also 744, Mathematical drawing. 

Orthogonal Projection on Two Planes. 

>li Straight Lines. Planes. 

>I2 Single Curved Lines. 

,13 Double Curved Lines. 

.14 Single Curved Surfaces. 

.15 Double Curved Surfaces. 

,16 Surfaces of Revolution. 

,17 Warped Surfaces. 

>i8 Intersections of Surfaces. 

2 Isometric and Analogous Projections* 

3 Oblique Projection. 

4 Conical Projection. 

5 Spherical Projection, see 526.8, Map projection. 

51 Orthographic. 

52 Globular. 

53 Stereographic. 

54 Polar. 

55 Gnomonic. 

56 Conical. 

57 Cylindric. 

6 Perspective. see also 74a, Drawing. 

.61 Plane. Parallel. Oblique. Angular. 

See also Scene Painting. 

£2 Cylindrical. 

See also Panorama Painting. 

•63 Shadows ; Natural and Artificial Light 

.64 Reflections. 

.65 Circles, Cylinders and Spheres. 

.66 Distortions and Corrections. 

.67 Human Figure. 

.68 New Methods. Special devices. 

•7 Shades and Shadows. 

•8 Stereotomy. 

d8l Stone Cutting. See also 693.13, Masonry; 730, Sculpture. 

.82 Carpentry. See also 694, Building. 

.83 Stair Building. See also 694.8, Building; 729.39, Architectural design* 



5i6 Analytical Geometry. 



.1 


Plane Loci. 


.11 


Right Lines. 


.12 




•13 




.14 


Transformation of Co-ordinates. 


.2 


Curves. 


.21 
.22 


Conic Sections. 


•23 


Ellipse. 


.24 


Hyperbola. 


•255 


Parabola. 


.265 


Higher Plane Curves. 


•3| 

•31 


Loci in Space. 


Right Lines. 


•32 


Planes. 


•33 




•34 


Transformation of Co-ordinates 


•4 


Curved Surfaces. 


.41 




•42 


Conicoids or Quadric Surfaces 


•43 


Ellipsoid. 


•44 


Hyperboloid. 


•45 


Paraboloid. 


.46 


Surfaces of Higher Order. 


•5 


Modern Analytical Geometry. 


•51 


Systems of Co-ordinates. 


•52 


Abridged Notation. 


•53 


Conies. 


•54 


Higher Plane Curves. 


•55 


Poles and Polars. Reciprocal Polars. 


.56 


Harmonic and Anharmonic Properties. 


•57 


Method of Projection. 


•58 


Quadric Surfaces. SpheroK:on!C8. Curves of Double Curvatures. 


•59 


Surfaces of Higher Order. Cubics. 



.6 



•8 Quaternions. Calculus of Direction and Position 
•Q Problems. 



517 Calculus. 



.1 Infinitesimal. Method of Exhaustions. 

Differential and Integral Calculus, hound together^ is put here. 

.2 Differential. 

.21 Series. 

.22 Indetenninate Forms. 

.23 Change of the Indef>endent Variable. 

.24 Theory of Plane Curves. Curve Tracing. 

•25 

.26 Theory of Curved Surfaces. 

:rj Maxima and Minima. 

.28 

•29 Problems. 

.3 Integral. 

.31 Formulae of Reduction and Integration. 

.32 Definite Integrals. Eulerian Integrals. 

.33 Rectification. Quadrature. Cubature. 

.34 Multiple Integrals. 

.35 Laplace's Functions. Bessel's and Allied Functions. 

.36 Elliptic and Hyperelliptic Functions. Abelian Funcdom. 

•37 

.38 Differential and Partial Differential Equations. 

•39 Problems and Tables. 

.4 Of Variations. 

.5 Of Functions. 

.6 Of Finite Differences. 

.7 Of Operations 

.8 Of Imaginaries. Complex Variables. Sm abo $».%• 

.9 Problems. 

519 Probabilities. 

.1 General Principles. Direct and Inverse Probabilities. 

.2 Mathematical and Moral. Expectation. 

.3 Testimony. Decisions of Juries and Tribunals. 

.4 Probability of Future Events deduced from Experienoe. 

.5 Life Contingencies. Annuities. Life Insurance. Seesfis.}. 

.6 Errors of Observation. Mean or Average Values. 

.7 

•8 Method of Least Squares. 

•g Problems. 



520 Astronomy. 



5ao.i, Astrology, see 'ii-y, ,520.3, Compends; 520.3, Dictionaries; 520.4, Essays; 520.5, Peri, 
odicals; 520.6, Societies ; 530.7, Study and Teaching of Astronomy; 520.8, Collections, 
etc. ; 520.9, History of Astronomy. See Note under Natural Science in General, 500*509* 

521 Theoretical Astronomy. 

Mathematical investi^tion of celestial motions, specially of the Solar System. The motions of 
individual bodies are classed under separate heads in 533. 

•X Celestial Dynamics. 

.11 General Laws of Equilibrium and Motion. See also 531.3. 

.12 La^ of Universal Gravitation and Motion Relative to the Sun. See also 531.51. 

.13 Problem of Three Bodies. 

.14 Figures of Heavenly Bodies. 

•15 Rotation of Heavenly Bodies. 

•2 Geocentric and Heliocentric Place. 

.21 Plane of Orbit in Space. 

.22 Position of Orbit in its Plane. 

.23 Position of Body in its Orbit. 

.24 Position of Body in Space. 

.25 Heliocentric Longitude and Latitude. 

.26 Geocentric Longitude and Latitude. 

.27 Variations of Right Ascension and Declinatioa. 

.28 Variations of Longitude and Latitude. 

.29 

.3 Orbits. 

.31 Definitions of Orbits. 

.32 Determination from Three Observations. 

.33 Determination from Four Observations. 

.34 Variation of Elements of Orbit. 

.35 Correction of Approximate Elements of Orbit* 

.36 Application of Method of Least Squares. 

.37 Kepler's Problem. 

.38 Equation of Center and Radius Vector. 

•39 

.4 Perturbations. 

.41 Mutual Action of Planets. 

.42 Action of Satellites. 

.43 Non-Sphericity of Planets. 

.44 Resisting Medium. 

.5 Theory of Planets. 

.6 Theory of Satellites. 

•7 Theory of Comets. 

•8 Theory of Eclipses. 

•9 Precession and Nutation, see 533.95-6. 



522 Practical and Spherical. 



•I Observatories. 

•II General Plan, Location 

.12 Material and Mechanism of Dome, Dram, 

.13 Transit Buildings, Wings, etc. 

.14 High Altitude Observatories. 

.15 Portable. 

.16 

.17 
.18 

•19 History Reports and Serial publications of Observatories. 



.2 Telescopes, sce 535.83, optic». 



.21 


Reflecting. 


.22 


Refracting. 


•23 


Eye Piece and Accessories. 


.24 


Object Glass. 


•25 


Mounting, Tube, etc 


.26 


Equatorial Mounting. 


•27 


Transit Mounting. 


.28 


Observing Chairs, etc 


.29 


Famous Telescopes. 



.3 Meridional Instruments. 

.31 Finding Meridian Lme. 

.32 Mural Circles. 

.33 Meridian Circles. 

.34 Transit, Placing in Position. 

.35 Collimation Constan* 

.36 Level Constant. 

.37 Azimuth Constant. 

.38 Other Constants, Flexure, Index Error, etc. 

•39 



.4 Extra Meridional Instruments. 

.41 Sextant and Quadrant, Reflecting Circle, Astrolabe 

.42 Alt-azimuth. 

.43 Zenith Telescope. 

44 Transit out of Meridian. 

.45 Heliometer. 

46 Equatorial. 

.47 Prime Vertical. 

.48 

•49 



522.5 Auxiliary Instruments. 

.51 Sidereal Clock and Chronometer 

.52 Electro-Chronograph. 

.53 Micrometers. 

.54 Personal Equation MachinCt See ua.qt. 

.55 For Illumination. 

.56 For Solar Observation. 

.57 Artificial Horizons. 

.58 Heliostat. 

•59 



•6 Auxiliary Observations. 
.61 

.62 Photometry. Sec 535.2, Optics. 

.63 Photography. See 535.85, Optics; 770^ Photograpfaf* 

.64 

.65 Polarization. See 535.5, Optics. 

.66 

.67 Spectroscopy. Sec 535.84, •* 

.68 



7 Spherical Astronomy. Seeaiso«i4.o 

71 Celestial Sphere. Spherical Co-ordinatet. 

72 Rectangular Co-ordinates. 

73 Transformation of Co-ordinates. 

74 Differential Variations of Co-ordinates. 

75 Interpolation. 

'/6 Meridian Line. Variation of Compas.». 

77 Reduction of Observations to the Meridian. 

78 Use of Globes. 

79 



.9 Corrections. 

.91 Parallax. 

j^ Refraction. See 535.3, Optics. 

.93 Semi-Diameter of Celestial Bodiet. 

.94 Aberration. 

.95 Precession. See 521.9 

.96 Nutation. " " 

.97 Personal Equation. See 532.$4. 

.98 Instrumental Errors. 

.99 



523 Descriptive Astronomy. 



1 Universe. 

1 1 Structure of Universe. 

12 Nebular Hypothesis. 

13 Plurality of Worlds. 

14 Space and its Temperature. 

15 Resisting Medium. 

16 Cosmic Dust. 

17 Repulsive Force. 

2 Solar System. 

21 Distributive Laws of Planets. 
22 

23 Conjunctions and Oppositions. 

24 Motion of Solar System in Space. 

25 Constitution of Planetary System. 

26 Stability of Solar System. Ecliptic 

27 

28 Orrery, Planetarium, Gyroscope, etc. See 531.34. Rotation. 

29 Zodiac 

3 Moon. 

31 Constants (Size, Mass), Distance and Parallax. 

32 Heat and Light. Phases. 

33 Orbit and Motions : Sidereal Month, Tropical. Perigee and Apogee* dun and 
Elarth*s Attraction, Librations. See also 521.6 for Or'jit. 

34 Features of Surface, Mountains, Plains, etc 

35 Atmosphere. 

36 Physical Condition. 

37 Spectrum. 

38 Eclipses 

39 Charts, Photographs, etc 

4 Planets. 

41 Mercury and intra-Mercurial. 

42 Venus. 

43 Mars. 

44 Asteroids. 

45 Jupiter. 

46 Saturn. 

47 Uranus. 

4S Neptune and trans-Neptunian. 

49 Charts, Photographs, etc. 

5 Meteors and Zodiacal Light. 

51 Aerolites. 

52 Fire-balls. 

53 Meteoric Showers, Radiant Points, etc 

54 Systems of Meteors. 

55 

56 Connection of Comets and Meteors 

57 Spectrum. 

58 Hight of Atmosphere from Observation. 

59 Zodiacal Light. Aurora horealia 



523.6 Comets. 

.61 Appearance and Development 

.62 

.63 Orbits. 

.64 Remarkable Comets. 

.6s 

.66 Physical Constitution 

.67 Spectrum. 

.68 

.69 Charts, Photographs, etc. 

.7 Sun. 

.71 Constants, Dimensions. 

.72 Heat and Light : Theories as to Source. 

.73 Apparent Motion. Rotation. See 535.38, Tables. 

.74 Spots, Faculae, and Other Features of Surface. 

.75 Prominences, Chromosphere. Corona. 

.76 Theories of Physical Constitution. 

.77 Spectrum. 

.78 Eclipses. 

.79 Charts, Photographs, etc. 

.8 Stars. 

.81 Stellar Parallax, Distance. 

.82 Heat and Light. Photometric Observations. Magnitude. Visibility. 

.83 Proper Motion, Star-drift. 

.84 Variable, Double, and Multiple Stars. 

.85 Clusters and Nebulae. 

.86 Physical Constitution. 

.87 Spectrum. 

.88 

.89 Constellations, Maps, etc. 

.9 Transits and Occultations. 

.91 Transits of Mercury. 

.92 Transits of Venus and Solar Parallax. 

.93 Delisle^s Method. 

.94 Halley's Method. 

.95 Photographic Method. 

.96 Transits of Venus to 1874. 

.97 Transit of 1882. 

.98 

.99 Occultations. 

[524 Maps, Observations, and Tables. 

Series of obierratory publications may be kept together under 514, or under 591.19 with the 
History and Reports of the Observatory. Special maps or observations e. g. on Sun or 
Moon are better placed in sub-sections 9 undtr th€U keads^ with Charts and Photo> 
graphs, e.g. 523.79. thus leaving these bracketed Nos. 524 to 524'9 blank. They are 
printed to provide a place in case it is wished to keep all Maps and Obaenrations 
together. 

.3 Of Moon. See also 523.39. 

.4 Of Planets. see also 523.49. 

•5 

•6 Of Comets. see also 523.69. 

•7 Of Sun. See also 523.79. 

JS Star Catalogues, see also 523.89. ] 



525 Earth. 



.1 


Constants. 


.11 


Mass. Weight 


.12 


Density. 


•'3 


Dimensions, Diameter. 


.14 


Figure. Geomorphy. Equatorial Bel 


•'5 


Distance from Sun. 


.16 


Parallax. 



.2 Heat. Light. 

.3 Orbits and Motions. 

.31 Period of Revolution. 

.32 Obliquity of Ecliptic to Equator. 

.33 Eccentricity. 

.34 Perturbations. 

.35 Rotation. 

.36 Foucault's Pendulum. 

.37 Deviation of Falling Bodies and Projectiles. 

.38 Tables of the Sun. Apparent Motion. Sec 523.73, Sun. 

.4 Geographical Co-ordinates. 

.41 Finding Latitude. See also 527.1. 

.42 By Meridian Altitudes. 

.43 By Pole Star. 

.44 By Altitude of two or more Stars. 

.45 By Other Methods. 

.46 Finding Longitude. See alao 527.2. 

.47 Terrestrial Means. Chronometers. Telegraph. Signals. 

.48 Celestial Signals. Eclipses. Occultations. Transits. 

.49 Lunar Methods. 

.5 Seasons. 

.51 Effect of Inclination of Equator to Ecliptic 

.52 Effect of Eccentricity of Earth's Orbit. 

.53 Secular Changes of Seasons. 

.54 Seasons on Mars and Other Planets. 

.6 Tides. 

.61 Mathematical Theory. 

.62 Effect of Sun and Moon in Producing Tides. 

.63 Distribution, Diurnal Inequality, Spring and Neap, Priming and Lagging* 

.64 Establishment of a Port. Coast Form Modification. 

.65 Velocity of Hight of Tide Wave. 

.66 Tides on Inland Seas. 

.67 Supposed Effect in Retarding Earth's Revolution. 

.68 Tide Registering and Predicting Machines. 

.69 Tide Tables. 

.7 Twilight. 



526 Geodesy. 

.1 Theory and Determination of Earth's Figure. 

.11 Potentials of Ellipsoids. 

•12 Equilibrium of Rotating Spheroid. 

•13 Law of Ellipticity. 

.14 Airy's and Pratt's Theories as to Attraction of Mountains. 

.15 Determination of Figure by Airy, by Bessel, and by Clarke. 

•16 Ellipsoidal Figure and Position of Axes. 

•17 Geoidal Figure. 

.18 

19. 

.2 Base Measuring and Apparatus. 

•21 Standards of Length and Temperature. 

.22 Apparatus of Struve, Bessel, Colby, U. S. Coast Survey, U. S. Lake 

Survey, etc 

.23 Adjustments of Apparatus. 

.24 Location of Base Line. 

.25 Field Operations. 

.26 Calculation of Results and Corrections. 

.27 Verification. 

.28 
.29 

.3 Field Work of Triangulation. 

.31 Reconnaissance. 

.32 Stations : Names, Signals, Tripods, Scaffolds and Towers, Surface and Un- 
derground Monuments. 

.33 Observations, Instruments and Records. 

.34 Reduction to Station's Center. 

.35 Corrections for Phase of Signal and Eccentricity. 

.36 Spirit Levelling. > 

.37 Barometric Levelling. i '^^''^ are 'ncthods Sec 551.53. 

o r« . . .r ,T. V »o'' results, lists of nights, etc. 

.38 Trigonometric Levelling. ; 

•39 

.4 Computation of Triangulation. 

.41 Spherical Excess. 

.42 Legendre's Theorem. 

.43 Chord Process. 

.44 By Spherical Trigonometry. 

45 By Spheroidal Trigonometry. See also application of Least Squares, 519.6. 

.46 L. M. Z. Formulae and Applications. 

47 Direct Deduction by Bessel. 

48 Deduction by Puissant. 

49 Tables for Computation. 



526.5 Theory of Least Squares in Adjustment of Figures, etc. 



.51 
52 

•53 
•54 

•55 
.56 

•57 
.58 



Method of Independent Angles. 
Adjustment of a Quadrilateral. 
Adjustment of Triangulation Net. 
Method of Directions. 
Adjustment for Closure of a Circuit. 
Method of Repetitions. 
Adjustments of Base Measures. 
Adjustments of Levelling. 



.6 



.61 

.62 

•63 

.64 
.65 



Astronomic Determinations and their Connection with 
Geodetic Results. 

Latitude Determinations. 

Longitude Determinations. 

Azimuth Determinations. 

Effect of Irregularities of Earth's Surface on Latitude, Longitude and 

Azimuth. 
Effect of same on Angles of Triangle. 



.7 Gravity Experiments and Results. 



•71 
•72 
'73 
.74 
•75 



Mathematical Theory. 
Pendulum Apparatus. 
Pendulum Operations. 
Corrections. 
Reduction of Results. 



.8 Map Projections. see 515.5, Sphencal projections. 



.81 
.82 

.83 
.84 

.85 



Perspective Projections. 
Orthomorphic Projections. 
Development Projections. 
Zenithal Projections. 
Equivalent Projections. 



9 Surveying. 



91 
92 

93 

94 
9S 

96 

97 
98 
99 



Instruments and Methods. See 526.1. 

Measurement of Distances. 

Measurement of Angles. 

Measurement of Heights* 

Levelling. See 526.36-38. 

Plotting. 

Computation of Areas. 

Topographical Drawing. 

For Special Purposes. Military, Naval, Railroad, Mining, etc 



527 Navigation. 

z Finding Latitude at Sea. seeai80 525.4». 

2 Finding Longitude at Sea. see aiso 525.4^ 

3 Finding Time at Sea. see also 529.74. 

4 Sumner's Method. 

5 Great Circle Sailing. 
6 

7 
8 



528 Ephemerides. 



.1 


American. 


.2 


English. 


•3 


German. 


.4 


French. 


•5 


Italian. 


.6 


Spanish. 


.7 


Slavic. 


.8 


Scandinavian. 


.9 


Construction of Ephemeris. 



529 Chronology. 



•I Sidereal and Solar Day : Apparent and Mean Time, Equa- 
tion of Time, Causes of Inequality. 

.2 Solar Year, Months. 

.3 Calendars. Including early and Oriental. 
.4 Calendar of Julius Caesar. 

.5 Calendar of Gregory. 

.6 Ecclesiastical Calendar. Determination. 

For feasts, etc, and calendars themselves, see 264.021, 264.031, etc. 

.7 Horology. 

.71 Finding Time by Transit- 

.72 Finding by Equal Altitudes. 

.73 Finding by Single Altitude. 

.74 Finding by Sextant. See also 527.3. 

.75 Time Systems, and Standards. 

.76 Distribution of Time. 

.77 Cosmic Time. 

.78 Instruments for Measuring : Dials, Hour-glasses, Clocks, Watches, 

See 522.(1 for SiderealClocks and Chronometers. 
See 68f for Clock and Watch making. 

•79 



530 Physics. 



Like Science in General, vix.: 

General works only are arranged: 530.1, Philosophy; .s, Compendt; .3, DiedoBarietl 
.4- Essays, Lectures, etc; .5, Periodicals; .6, Societies; .7, Education, MetfMMii of 
Teaching, Experiments; .8, Physical Units, Measuring Instrumenti; •9, Hittafy* 



531 Mechanics. 


.1 


Pure Motion. Kinematics. 


.2 


Statics. Graphical statics. 


^1 


Force and its Measure. 


.22 


Composition of Forces and Motions. 


•23 


Moments. 


.24 


Parallel Forces. Centre of Gravity. 


•3 


Dynamics. Kinetics. 


•3^ 


Rectilinear Motion. 


•32 


Vibration. 


•33 


Undulation. 


•34 


Rotation. 


•35 


Centrifugal and Centripetal Force. 


.4 


Work. Friction, see 621.89, Lubrication. 


.41 


Unit of Work. 


.42 


Diagram of Work. 


•43 


Laws of Friction. Modulus oi Machines. 


.44 


Sliding Friction. 


•45 


Rolling Friction. 


•5 


Gravity. 


•S^ 


Law of Universal Gravitation. 


.52 


Laws of Falling Bodies 


•53 


Pendulum. 


•54 


Mass, Density, etc 


•55 


Projectiles. 


.56 




•57 




.58 


Apparatus for Illustration. 


.6 

.7 

.8 


Conservation of Energy. 


Machines. Transmission of For 


.81 " 


Lever and Balance. 


.82 


Wheel and Axle. 


.83 


Cord and Catenary. 


^4 


Pulley. 


.85 


Inclined Plane. 


.86 


Wedge. 


.87 . 


Screw. 


.88 





.g Tables. Problems. Questions* 



532 Liquids. Hydrostatics. Hydraulics. 

.1 Properties of Liquids. Pressure. 

.2 Equilibrium of Liquids. 

.3 Buoyant Effects. Floating Bodies. 

.4 Specific Gravity. Hydrometer. 

.5 Liquids in Motion. 

.51 Theoretical Flow. 

.52 Orifices, Adjutages, Fluid Vein. 

•53 Weirs, Overfalls. 

.54 Pipes, Open Channels, Rivers. 

.55 Bends, Valves, sudden enlargements and contractions. 

.56 Efflux ; variable pressure. 

.57 Hydrometry. Velocity. 

.58 Impulse and Resistance. 

.59 Theory of Waves. 

.6 Capillary Attraction. 

.7 Osmose. Absorption. 

.8 Applications. Machines. see 631.2, water engines. 

Except for libraries making Physics much more prominent than Useful Arts, all the ** Af^ 
plications " will be more useful under their proper heads in Useful Arts. It is better to 
keep all the material in one place, referring to it from the other, rather than attempt 
division. 

.81 Hydraulic Press. 

•82 Hydraulic Engine. 

.83 Water Ram. 

.84 Water Wheels. 

.85 Water Blast. 

.9 Tables. Problems. Questions* 

533 Gases. Pneumatics. 

.1 Properties of Gases and Vapors. 

.2 Laws of Compressibility. 

.3 Atmosphere. 

.4 Barometer. 

.5 Air Pump 

.6 Aeronautics. 

.7 Kinetic Theory of Gases. 

.8 Applications. See 6a 1.6, Blowing and Pumping engines. 

Preferably go in Useful Arts, sec 532.8, Note. 

.8a Manometer. Pressure Gauges See 621. 18, Steam generation. 

^3 Condensing Pump. 

.84 Force Pump. 

.85 Suction Pump. 

.86 Diving Bell. 

.87 Forge Bellows. 

J88 Pneumatic Dispatch. 

.9 Tables. Problems. Questions. 



534 Sound. Acoustics. 

.1 Theory. Undulations. 

.2 Propagation of Sound. Velocity. Diffraction. 

•3 Musical Sound. Tuning Forks, scc also 781.1, Theory of Muaic 

.4 Analysis of Sounds. Resonators. 

•5 Superposition of Vibrations. 

.6 Graphical Representations. 

.7 Physiological. Ear and Larynx, see also 611.85. Anatomy; 612.85, 

Physiology; 612.78, Voice; 617.8, Surgery; 362.1 and .4, Hospitals; 152.2, Psychology. 

.8 Applications. Preferably go with topics elsewhere. See 532.8, Note. 

.81 

.82 

.83 Signals in Navigation. See also 654.9, Communication. 

.84 Applications to Architecture. 

.85 Musical Instruments. See also 780, Music. 

.86 Phonograph. 

.9 Tables. Problems. Questions. 

535 Light. Optics. 

.1 Theory. 

.2 Propagation. Velocity. Measurement of Light. 

.3 Reflection. Refraction. Absorption, see also 522.92, Astronomy. 

.4 Dispersion. Diffraction. Interference. 

.5 Polarization. Polariscope. Double Refraction. 

.6 Color. 

.7 Physiological. £ye. see also 611.84, Anatomy; 612.84, Physiology; 617.7, 
Surgery; 362.1 and .4, Hospitals; 152. i, Psychology. 

•8 Applications. Preferably go with topics elsewhere. See 532.8, Note. 

.81 Lenses. 

.82 Microscopes and Magnifiers. See also 578, Microscopy. 

,83 Telescopes. See also 522.2, Astronomy. 

.84 Spectroscopes and Spectrum Analysis. See also 544-6, Chemistry; 522.67, As- 
tronomy; 523.37, Moon; 523.57, Meteors, etc. 

.85 Photography. See also 770. 

.86 Other Applications of Lenses. 

.87 Mirrors and Reflecting Instruments. 

.88 Lighthouses. See also 627.9, Harbor Engineering ; 656, Commerce. 
.89 

.9 Tables. Problems. Questions. 



536 Heat. 



.1 


Theory. Nature. 


.2 


Communication. 


•3 


Action of Bodies on Heat. 


•31 


Reflection. 


•32 


Refraction. 


•33 


Radiation. 


•34 


Absorption. 


•35 


Diathermancy. 


•4 


Effects. Action of Heat on Bodies. 


.41 


Elxpansion. 


.42 


Liquefaction. 


•43 


Solidification. 


.44 


Vaporization and Condensation. 


•45 


Incandescence. 


46 


Combustion. Flame. 


•5 


Temperature, see also 551.5a. Mcteonslogy; 613.18, Hygiene. 


•51 


Thermometry. 


•52 


Pyrometry. 


•S3 


Electric Methods of Measuring. 


.6 


Calorimetry. 


•7 


Thermodynamics. Mechanical Equivalent. 


.8 


Applications. Preferably go in Useful Arts. See 532.8, Note. 


.81 


Steam Engines. See 6a i.i, Engineering. 


^2 


Gas Engines. See 621.43, Engineering. 


.83 


Heati ng. See 697, 62 1 . 19, 6a8.8, 64-4. 


.84 


Ventilating. See 697, 622.4, 6a8.8. 



.9 Tables. Problems. Questions. 

537 Electricity. 

.1 Theory. Nature. 

.2 Statical. 

.21 Quantity, Potential. 

.22 Conduction, Distribution 

.23 Machines. 

.24 Condensers. 

•25 Electrometers. 

•3 

•4 Atmospheric. Lightning Rods. 

.5 Dynamical. 

.51 Theory of Coils. Constants. 

.52 Induction Spark. 

.$3 Induction Spark in rarified gases 



537-6 Electro Dynamics. 

•7 Electrical Measurements. 

•8 Applications. see 621.3. preferably go in useful Arts. Sec 532^, Note. 

.81 Telegraph. See 654. 

•82 Telephone. Microphone. 

.83 Dynamos. Electric Lighting. 

.84 Transmission of Power. Storage. 

.85 Electro-Metallurgy. 

.86 Galvanometers. Batteries. Coils. 

.87 Medicine. See also 615.84. 

J8S Electric Signals. 

.9 Tables. Problems. Questions. 

538 Magnetism. 

For "Animal Magnetism/' Mesmerism, etc, see 134. 

.1 Theory. Properties of Magnets. Lines of Force. 

.2 Communication. Induction. Touch. 

.3 Electro-Magnetism. 

.4 Diamagnetism. 

•5 
.6 

.7 Terrestrial Magnetism. 

•8 Applied. Magnetic Machines. 

•9 Tables. Problems. Questions. 

539 Molecular Physics. 

,1 Theory. Molecular Structure. vortexRing*. 

.2 Properties of Solids. 

.3 Elasticity. Torsion. 

.4 Strength of Materials. 

.5 Permanent Displacement of Molecules. 

.51 Malleability. 

.53 Ductility. 

.53 Hardness. 

.54 Tempering. 

.6 Intermolecular Forces. 

7 
.8 

iQ Tables. Problems. Questions. 



540 Chemistry. 



. I, Theories, Alchemy, Phlogiston; .3, Compends; .3, Dictionaries, Cyclopedias; ^ Essays, 
Lectures, etc.; .5, Periodicals ; .6, Societies; .7, Education, Methods of Teaching; 
.8, Collective Works ; .9, Historv. 

541 Theoretical Chemistry. 

1 Thermo Chemistry. 

2 Atoms. Molecules. Atomic Weights. Equivalence. 

3 Chemical Affinity. Combustion. 

4 Salts. Acids. Bases. 

5 Types. 

6 Compound Radicles. 

7 Allotropy. Isomerism. 

8 Solubility. Water of Crystallization. 

Classification. Nomenclature. Notation. Formul 
Stoichiometry. Tables. 

542 Practical and Experimental Chemistry. 

1 Laboratory. 

2 Apparatus and Manipulation. 

3 Weighing and Measuring. Specific Gravity. 

4 Heating. Baths. Distillation. 

5 Blo^vpiping. see 544.3. 540.1. 

6 Solution. Precipitation. 

7 Gas Manipulation. Eudiometer, see 545.7. 

8 Electric and Galvanic Manipulation, see 537.»5. 

9 Other Operations. 

543 Analysis. 

Divided by material analyzed. See also bi4.3. Adulterations. 
• I Food and Drink. see also 6x3.2, Hygiene ; 612.39, Nutrition. 

.2 Milk. 

•3 Water. Scc also 613.3, Beverage* 

•4 Drugs and Medicines. 

•5 Poisons. 

•6 Rock Analysis. 

.7 Special Inorganic Substances, set idM>£z4.7«t, Analysis of soijs. 

.8 Special Vegetable Substances. 

.g Special Animal Substances. 



r 



544 Qualitative Analysis. 

.1 Wet Method. 

.2 Dry Method. See 669.9, Assaying. 

•3 BlO^Vpiping. see 54^.$, 549'>*MueraliO|f 

•4 

.5 Dialysis. 

.6 Spectrum Analysis. See53s.84* 

.7 Polarization, see 535.5. 

.8 

•9 

545 Quantitative Analysis. 

.1 Gravimetric. 

.2 Wet Method. 

.3 Electrolysis, see 537^5- 

.4 Dry Method. 

For Assaying see 669.9. 

.5 Volumetric. 

.6 Solutions. 

.7 Gases. Eudiometry. 2m 

.8 Colorimetric. 

.9 Synthesis. 

546 Inorganic Chemistry. 

.1 Non-Metallic Elements. 



.11 


Hydrogen. 


.za 


Halogen Group. 


•'3 


Chlorine. 


.14 


Bromine. 


•'5 


Iodine. 


.16 


Fluorine. 


•17 


Nitrogen Oroup. Nitrogen. 


.18 


Phosphorus. 


.19 


Arsenic. 


.a 


Oxygen Group. 


.21 


Oxygen. 


.22 


Sulphur. 


•23 


Selenium. 


■24 


Tellurium. 


•25 


Carbon Group. 


.26 


Carbon. 


.27 


Boron. 


.aS 


Silicon. 



.29 



546-3 Metals. 



SI 


Alkali Group. 


•32 


Pota.'isium. 


•33 


Sodium. 


•34 


Lithium. 


•35 


Rubidium. 


.36 


Caesium. 


•37 




.38 




•39 




4 


Alkaline Earths. 


41 


Calcium. 


•42 


Strontium. 


•43 


Harium. 


•44 


Magnesium Group. 


45 


Beryllium. 


.46 


Magnesium. 


47 


Zinc. 


.48 


Cadmium. 


49 




•5 


Lead Group. 


•51 


I^ad. 


•52 


Thallium. 


•55 


Silver Group 


.56 


Copper. 


•57 


Silver. 


.58 


Mercury. 


•59 




.6 


Cerium Group. 


.61 


Yttrium. 


.62 


Cerium. 


.63 


Lanthanum. 


.64 


Didymium. 


.65 


Erbium. 


.66 


Aluminium. 


.67 


Indium. 


.68 


Gallium. 


.69 


Scandium. 


•7 


Iron Group. 


•71 


Manganese. 


■72 


Iron. 


'73 


Cobalt. 


.74 


Nickel. 


•75 


Chromium Qroupb 


.76 


Chromium. 


•77 


Molybdenum. 


.78 


Tungsten. 


•79 


Uranium. 



54^.8 Tin Qroup- 

^i Tin. 

J&2 Titanium. 

.83 Zirconium. 

84 Thorium. 

.85 Vanadium Group. Vanadium. 

.S6 Antimony. 

.87 Bismuth. 

.88 Tantalum. 

.89 Niobium. 

.9 Platinum Chx>up. 

.91 Gold. 

.92 Platinum. 

.93 Iridium. 

.94 Osmium. 

.95 Ruthenium Group. 

.96 Ruthenium. 

.97 Rhodium. 

.98 Palladium. 

•99 

547 Organic Chemistry. 

.1 Cyanogen and its Compounds. 

.2 Hydrocarbons. Patty Series. 

.21 Paraffins. 

.22 Olefines. 

.23 Acetylenes. 

.24 Valylene. Dipropargyl, etc 

.25 Aromatic Series. 

.26 Benzenes. 

.27 Diphenyl Group. 

.28 Naphthalene. Anthracene. Phenanthrene. 

.29 Higher Series. 

The seven heads 547.3 to 547.9 are sub-divided like 547>s« 

.3 Alcohols. Phenols. 

.4 Ethers. Simple. Compound. Haloid. 

.5 Aldehydes. 

.6 Ketones. Quinones. 

.7 Acids. Acid Halides. Acid Anhydrides. Sulpho-acids. 

.8 Nitro-derivatives. Amines. Compound Ammoniums. 
Amids. Amic Acids. Azo-bodies. Azoxy-bodies. 
Hyd razo-bodies. Diazo-bodies. 

.9 Compounds w^ith Metals. 



54^ Crystallography. 



z Systems of Crystallization. 

2 Twin Crystals. Crystalline Aggregations. 

3 Cleavage. Isomorphism. Polymorphism. 

4 Irregularities. Internal Imperfections. 

5 Formation and Growth of Crystals. 

6 Pseudomorphs. 

7 Mathematical. Measurement of Angles. 

8 Physical. 

9 Optical. 



549 Mineralogy. 



•oi, Philosophy, Classification; .oa, Compends; .03, Dictionaries; .04, Essays, Papers, etc.; 
.05, Periodicals; .06, Societies; .07, Study and Teaching, Museums; .08, Collective 
Works; .09, History. 

.1 Determinative. Blowpiping. see also 542.5; 544.3. 

.2 Native Elements. 

.3 Sulphides, Tellurides, Selenides, Arsenides, Antimonides, 
Bismuthides. 

.4 Compounds of Chlorine, Bromine, Iodine, and Fluorine. 

.5 Oxygen Compounds. Oxids. 

.6 Silicates. 

.61 Anhydrous. 

.65 Hydrous. 

.7 Other Ternary Oxygen Compounds. 

.71 Tantalates. Columbates. 

.72 Phosphates. Arsenates. Vanadates. Antimonates. Nitrates. 

.73 Borates. 

.74 Tungstates. Molybdates. Chromates. 

.75 Anhydrous Sulphates. 

.76 Hydrous Sulphates. 

.77 Tell urates. 

.78 Carbonates. 

.79 Oxalates. 

.8 Hydrocarbons. 

.9 Geographical Distribution. 



550 Geology. 



5SO.I, Philosophy, Theories, Geological Time; .s, Compends ; .3, Dictionaries; .4, 

Papers, Tracts, Letters; .5, Periodicals; .6, Societies; .7, Study and Teaching 
Museums; .8, Colleaive Works; .9, History. 

551 Physical and Dynamical Geology. 

Including Physical Geography. For Cosmical Geography, see 523. 

.1 Structure of Earth as a Whole. 

.11 Interior of Earth. 

.12 Internal Heat. 

.13 Earth's Crust. 

.14 Conductivity of Rocks. 

.2 Seismology. 

.21 Volcanoes. 

.22 Earthquakes. 

.23 Hot Springs, Geysers. 

.24 Oscillations of the Earth's Crust. 

.3 Erosion and Deposition. 

.31 Glaciers and Glacial Phenomena. 

.32 Moraines. 

.33 Transported Materials, TiU. 

.34 Icebergs. 

•35 Aqueous Erosion. 

.36 Coast Changes. 

.37 Aerial Erosion. 

.4 Surface Features of the Earth. 

•41 Continents. Division of Oceans for use under .46 and .4^. 

•42 Islands. ,^ Atlantic. North Sea. Baltic. 

w^3 Mountains. Valleys. Orology. 2, Mediterranean. Black Sea. 

•44 Caves. 3» Gulf of Mexico. Caribbean. 

M^ Plains ** Southern Atlantic. 

*^ * 6, Eastern Pacific or American Coast. 

.47 Ocean Currents. 7, Indian. Bay of Bengal. Red Sea. 

.48 Rivers. Lakes. 8, Arctic. 

.49 Springs. Wells. Ground water. 9. Antarctic. 

.5 Meteorology. 

.51 Atmospheric Currents. Winds. 

.52 Thermometry, Heat. Seeal80 536.5,Temi>erature; 613.18, Hygiene. 

•53 Hypsometry. See 526.36-8 for Methods. 

.54 Barometry, Pressure. 

.55 Storms. 

.56 Climate. 

.57 Moisture. Rainfall. Flow of Streams. Floods. 

.58 Prairies, Forests, and Deserts. 

.6 Metamorphism. 

.7 Stratigraphical Geology. 

.71 Archaean. 

.72 Cambrian. 

.73 Silurian. .731, Lower Silurian ; .732, Upper Silurian. 

.74 Devonian. Old red sandstone. 

.75 Carboniferous. 

.76 Triassic and Jurassic Lias. Oolite. 

.77 Cretaceous. 

.78 Tertiary. .781, Eocene. .782, Miocene. .783, Pliocene. 

.79 Quaternar}'. Postpliocene. Glacial. .791, Recent. 



551 .8 


Structural Geology. 


.8 1 


Stratification. 


.82 


Curvature and Contortion. 


.83 


Ripple Marks and Sun Cracks. 


.84 


Joints. Cleavage. Polarity in Rocks. 


^£ 


Dip. Outcrop. Strike. 


.86 


Anticlinal. Synclinal. 


.87 


Faults and Folds. Dislocations. 


.88 


Veins. Dykes. Necks. Bosses. 


.89 




•9 


Agents of Geological Work. 


.91 


Frost. 


.92 


Water. 


.93 


Atmosphere. 


.94 


Chemical Changes. Heat. 


•95 


Animals. 


.96 


Coral Reefs. 


•97 


Plants. 


.98 


Segregation and Concretion. 



.99 Other Agents. 

552 Lithology, Petrography, Petrology, 



.1 


Igneous Rocks. 


.2 


Volcanic Rocks. 


.21 


Lavas. Scoria. 


.22 


Volcanic Ashes. Volcanic Tufa. Tuff. 


•23 


Obsidian. Pumice. Pitchstone. 


.24 


Trachvte. 


•25 


Rhyolite. 


.26 


Andesite. Dacite. Phonolite. 


•27 


Felsites. 


.28 


Basalt. 


.29 


Other Volcanic Rocks 


•3 


Plutonic Rocks. 


•3» 


Porphyry. Porphyrite. 


•32 


Syenite. 


•33 


Granite. 


•34 


Diabase and Gabbro. 


•35 


Dolerite. 


.36 


Diorite. 


•37 


Norite. 


•38 


Peridotite. 


•39 


Other Plutonic Rocks. 


•4 


Metamorphic Rocks. 


41 


Granites and Syenites. 


.42 


Gneiss. 


•43 


Schists. 


.44 


Slates. Argillite. Phyllite. 


•45 


Quartzite. Novaculite. Itacolumite. 


.46 


Marble. Crystalline limestone. 


•47 


Serpentine. 


48 


Chrysolitic Rocks. 


•49 


Other Metamorphic Rocks. 



552-5 Sedimentary Rocks. 

.51 Sandstone. Conglomerate. Sand. Gravel* 

.52 Shale. Clay Silt. 

'S3 Gypsum. Salt. 

.54 Limestone. Marl. Ooze. 

.55 Dolomite. 

.56 Oolite. 

.57 Infusorial or Diatomaceous Earth. 

.58 Glauconite. Greensand. 

.59 Other Sedimentary Rocks. 

.6 Meteorites. 

7 Decay of Rocks. 

8 Microscopical Petrography, 

.81 Determination of Rock Minerals. 

.82 Rock Structure. 

553 Economic Geology, see al»o6M.i, Mining engineering. 

.1 Ore Deposits. 

.1 1 Formation and Structure. 

.12 Classification. 

.13 Superficial. Placers. 

.14 Stratified. Beds, etc. 

. 1 5 Unstratified. 

.16 Disseminated through eruptive rocks. 

.17 Stock werks. Fahlbands. Contacts. 

.18 Chambers and Pockets. Impregnations. 

.19 Mineral Veins. 

.2 Carbon Series. 

.21 Peat. 

.22 Lignite and Jet. 

.23 Canncl Coal. Bituminous Shale. [While the history of all the other pro- 

.24 Bituminous and Semi-Bituminous Coals. «^""» J^'"*^* ^^^' ^^^ ^'^^"^ °^ ^^ 

A ..u '^ J r- L'^- * ..u 's.^ metals is more useful in 669, Metal- 

.25 Anthracite and Graphitic Anthracite. . ^ 

.26 Graphite. Plumbago. 

.27 Asphalt and Asphaltic Coals. Ozc.erite. 

.28 Petroleum. Natural Gas. 

.29 Fossil Gums and Resins. 

.3 Ores of Iron. 

.4 Ores of Metals other than Iron. 

.41 Ores of Gold. 

.42 Ores of Silver. 

.43 Ores of Copper. 

.44 Ores of Lead. 

.45 Ores of Zinc and Tin. Mercury. 

.46 Ores of Manganese and Chromium 

.47 Ores of Antimony and Arsenic. 

.48 Ores of Xickel and Cobalt. 

.49 Other Metallic Ores. 



553-5 Building Stones. 

.51 Marbles and Limestones, 

.52 Granites and Syenites. 

.53 Sandstones. 

.54 Slates. 

.55 Serpentines. Soapstones. 

.56 Porphyries. 

.57 Trap. 

.58 Tufa. Peperino. 

.59 Other Building Stones. 

.6 Earthy Economic Minerals. 

.61 Fire Clays. Brick Clays. Potter's Cla^^s. 

.62 Sands. 

.6^ Rock Salt. Gypsum. 

.64 Phosphates. Apatite. Guasa See also 631. 

.65 Emery. 

.66 Heavy Spar. Sulphur. 

.67 Asbestus, etc. 

.68 Limes and Mineral Cements. 

.69 Other Earthy Economic Minerals. 

.7 Mineral Waters. 

.71 Alkalme. Divide general works geographically like 930-999; e.g. 

.72 Saline. Mineral waters of Germany, 553. 7043 

.73 Chalybeate, Iron-beanng. 

.74 Sulphuric 

.75 Calcic 

See also 551.23. 

.8 Gems. Ornamental Stones. 

.9 Other Economic Minerals. 

554 Geology of Europe. 554-559 subdivided by countries like 9*0-999. 

555 Geology of Asia. 

556 Geology of Africa. 

557 Geology of North America. 

558 Geology of South America. 

559 Geology of Oceanica. Polar Regions, 

560 Paleontology. 

56 1 Plants. 561 is subdivided like Botany, 580. 

562 Invertebrates. 5^^-569 « subdivided like zooiogy, 592 599. 

563 Protozoa. Radiates, 

564 Mollusks. 

565 Articulates. 

566 Vertebrates. 

567 Fishes. Batrachia. 

568 Reptiles. Birds. 

569 Mammals. 



Use form divisions as in 550 and divide .9 geographically 
like 930-999 ; c. g. Paleontology of Germany is 560.943. 



570 Biology. 



570.1, Philosophy; .2, Compends; .3, Dictionaries; .4, Essays, Lectures, etc; •(, Periodr 
cals; .6, Societies; .7, Stiidy and Teaching, Museunu; .8, Collective Works; .9, 
History. 

571 Prehistoric Archaeology. 

For Customs, see 39a For archeology of special countries, see 913. 

Paleolithic, or Early Stone Age. 

,11 Drift Remains. 

.12 Cave Men. 

.13 Remains of Animals. Shells. 

,14 Chipped Stones. 

.15 Flint Flakes. Arrow Heads. Knives, etc. 

16 Other Stone Remains. 

.19 Other Remains. 

,2 Neolithic, or Liate Stone Age* 

,21 Stone Quarries. 

.22 

.23 Remains of Animals. 

.24 Polished Stones. 

,25 Sharpened Stones. Celts. Tools. Weapons. 

.26 Perforated Stones. Spindles. Net Sinkers. Pipes. 

.27 Hollowed Stones. Mortars. Cups. Food Vessels. 

.28 Other Stone Remains. 

.29 Other Remains. 

.3 Bronze Age. 

.31 Ancient Copper and Tin Mining. 

.34 Bronze Remains. 

■35 Tools. Weapons, etc. 

.37 Cups. Vessels. 

.39 Other Remains. 

.4 Iron Age. 

.5 Other Remains. 

.51 Implements of Wood. 

,52 Implements of Bone. 

.53 Basket Work. <-* / j . 

.54 Textile Fabrics. 

.55 Pottery. 

.56 Glass. 

.6 

.7 Rudiments of Art. Ornaments. 

.71 Drawings. 

.72 Paint. 

.73 Sculptures. 

.74 Beads. 

.8 Dwellings. 

.81 Natural Caves. 

.82 Earth Houses. Pit Dwellings. Weems. 

.83 Lake Dwellings. Crannoges. 

.84 Cliff Dwellings. 

.85 Pueblos. 

.86 Tents as Dwellings. 



57z«9 Mounds and Monuments. 

.91 Mounds and Mound Builders. 

.92 Grave Mounds. 

.93 Kitchen Middens. Shell Banks 

.94 Monoliths. Cromlechs. 

.95 Circles. Labyrinths. 

.96 Cairns. 

97 

98 

99 

572 Ethnology. Anthropology. 

See also 136.4, Mental race characteristics. 

>z Unity of the Human Race. 

>2 Diversity of Races. 

.3 Migrations of Men. 

.4 Original Home of Man. Eden, Atlantis, etc. 

5 
6 

7 

.8 Races divided by Language like 400. 

Races divided by Countries like 930-999. 

Divide by countries where possible. Use language divisions for groups like Semitic, Aryii^ 
Teutonic, English, etc. 

573 Natural History of Man. 

,z Man's Place in Nature. 

,2 Origin of Man. 

>3 Antiquity of Man. 

.4 Influence of Climate and Surroundings. 

.5 Color in Man. 

,6 Anthropometry. 

Craniology. 

.8 Dwarfs and Giants. 

.9 Monstrosities, see also 613.91, congenital defects ; 617.3, Deformities. 

574 Homologies. 

575 revolution. see also 213, creation ',215, ReUgion and science; 239.8, Apologetioi. 
,1 Heredity. see also 136.3, Mental; 233.3, Moral ; 129.2, Origin of soul. 

,2 Variation. see also 591.15, physiological zoology. 
•3 Environment, see also 136.2, Mental; 573.4* 

.4 Natural Selection. 

.5 Sexual Selection. 

.6 Development. Survival of the Fittest. 

.7 Degeneration. 

.8 Origin of Species. 

I Origin of Sexes. see also 591.36, Embryology. 



576 Origin and Beginnings of Life, 

spontaneous Generation. 

Protoplasm. Bioplasm. 

Cells. 

Beginnings of Motion and Sensation. 



I 
2 

3 

4 

5 
6 



577 Properties of Living Matter. 



I 
2 

3 
4 

5 
6 

7 
8 



578 



z 
2 

3 
4 

5 
6 

7 
8 



579 



.1 
.2 

•3 

.4 

•5 
.6 

•7 
.8 



Chemical. Difference between Organic and Inorganic. 

Life. Difference between Dead and Living Matter. 

Difference between Vital and Physical Phenomena. 

Conditions of Life. Moisture. Temperature. 

Difference between Plants and Animals. 

Vital Force. 

Death. 

Sex in Nature. 



JCS. 



<i 



<( 



M icrOSCOpy. see als© 535.82, Optic 

Varieties of Microscopes. 

Optical Parts. 

Mechanical Parts. 

Accessory Apparatus and Management of Microscope. 

Illuminating Apparatus. 
Preparation and Mounting of Objects. 
Special Preparation and Study of Inorganic MateriaL 

Botanical Material, see 581.8, HUtoiogi^ 
Zoological Material. 591.8, •* 

Collectors' Manuals. 

Preparing Skeletons. 

Preservatives and Hardening Fluids. 

Injections. 

Taxidermy. 

Mounting Specimens. 

Collecting. 

.11, Alluring; Bait, Light, etc. .12, Hunting; Nets, Collecting bottle, etc. .13, Killing. 
.14, Exchange. Purchase. .75, Rearing. .16, Transiwrting. 

Arrangement of Specimens in Museums. 

.71, Cabinets. .72, Labels. 

Preservation of Specimens. 

.81, Museum Pests. .82, Pestifuges. .83, Prevention of moisture. .84, Retention of colon. 



580 Botany. 



580.1, Philosophy, Classification, Nomenclature ; .a, Compends; .3, Dictionaries, C]rdopedia8i 
.4, Essays; .5, Periodicals; .6, Societies; .7, Study and Trachine. Herbariums, Botanic 
Gardens; .8, Collective Works; .9, History. 

581 Physiological and Structural Botany. 

Subdivided where wished like 591. 

.1 Physiology. 

.2 Pathology. Teratology. 

.21 Diseases. 

.22 Teratology. 

.23 Parasites. 

.3 Embryology. Germination. 

.4 Morphology. Comparative Anatomy. 

.5 Habits. 

.6 Economic. 

.7 Organography. Descriptive Anatomy. 

.8 Histology. see 578.8. 

.9 Geographical. 

.91 Distribution of Plants. 

•93"«99 i* subdivided like 930-999. 

This Geographical Classification is to be used only for general works and cross-references. The 
" Flora of North America " is put 581.97 ; but " North American Cryptogams '* is classed 
586 with a reference from 581.97, but No. Am. Phanerogamia goes with 581.97 because 
it so completely covers the subject. 

General Works covering both Phanerogamia and Cryptogamia are put under 580, as books on 
Vertebrates and Invertebrates are put under 590. 

In applying these numbers to Fossil Plants, 561, note that one more figure must be used than 
m Fossil Animals. The Zodlogy numbers arc already given in the third place in Paleon- 
tology, e. g. 592 Invertebrates, 563 Fossil Invertebrates, and so on to 599 Mammals, and 
569 Fossil Mammals. But in Fossil Plants, 561, all eight sections are grouped together 
and the section number must be repeated. Fossil Phanerogams are 561.2 not 56a, which 
is assigned to Invertebrate Zoology as more important. Lichens are 561.91, etc. In the 
same way the Fossil Flora of North America is 561.197, i. e., the first two Botany figures, 
58, are changed to 561 to give the corresponding Fossil Botany number, while in Zoology 
the only change is from 59 to 56 for first two figures, except in 591, which cannot change 
to 561, which is assigned to Botany. The Fossil Fauna of North America must therefore 
go among general works under 560.97. 

582 Phanerogamia. see also Trees 7.5- 

The sub-sections below are Uken from the recognized authority, Bentham and Hooker's Genera 

583 





Plantarura. 




Dicotyledonae. 


•z 


Polypetalse. 


.11 


Ranales. 


•III 


Ranunculaceae. 


.112 


Dilleniacese. 


.113 


CaLycanthaceae. 


.114 


Magnoliaceae. 


.lis 


Anonaceae. 


.116 


Menispermaceie 


.117 


Berberidcae. 


.118 


Nymphxaceae. 



ta 


Parietalea. 




Sanaceniace^. 


121 


Papaveracei. 


123 


Cruciferi. 


'3' 




'33 


Resedacesc 


'34 


Cistmex. 


'35 


Violarier. 


■37 


Canellaccae. 


'38 


Bixinca. 


14 


P<.lyE»Jin«. 


141 


PLtlosporei, 


141 


Tremandrea. 


UJ 


Poljrgalei. 


145 


VochysiacM. 


•5 


Caryophyllinea:. 


'S' 


Frankeniacese. 


'52 


Caryophylleae. 


'53 


Sileneac. 


'54 


AlMnea;. 


"55 


Polycarpea. 


156 


Portulaceae. 


.58 


Tamariscinex. 


iS 


Outtiferales. 


161 


E1aib«x. 


162 


Hypericin«K. 


'63 


Guttifera. 


:66 


Tttnslramiace 


T67 


Dipicrotarpe* 


168 


Clilinacea:. 


'7 


Malvales. M.ilv 


i3 


Sierculiaceffi. 


'9 


Tiliacese. 




OeronialeB. 


211 


Lintx. 


213 


Humiriacex. 


214 


Malpighiacea. 


221 


Zygophyllei. 


323 


GetaniaccK. 


53 


Kutacei, 


141 


Simarubel. 


=45 


Ochnacea. 


!47 


Burseracex. 


S51 


Mdiacei. 


*SS 


Chailletiace*. 



583 



.26 


Olacales. 


.261 


Oladneae. 


.269 


Ilicineae. 


•27 


Celastrales. 


.271 


Celastrineae. 


.274 


Stackhousiex. 


•275 


Rhamneae. 


.279 


Ampelidcae. 


.28 


Sapindales. 


.28 1 


Sapindaceae. 


.291 


Sabiacex. 


.292 


Anacardiacese. 


•«97 


Anomola. 


.29S 


Coriariex. 


.299 


Moringcae. 


•3 


Resales. 


•3' 


Connaraceae. 


•32 


Leguminosae. 


•37 


Rosaceae. 


.38 


Saxifrageae. 


•39 


Crassulaceae. 


•393 


Droseraceae. 


•394 


Hamamelideae. 


•396 


Bruniaceae. 


.398 


Halorageae. 


•4 


Myrtales. 


.411 


Rhizophoreae. 


.414 


Combretaceae. 


.42 


Myrtaceac. 


•43 


Melastomaceae. 


.441 


Lythrarieae. 


•445 


Onagrarieae. 


•45 


Passiflorales. 


.451 


Samydaceae. 


•453 


Loaseae. 


•455 


Turneraceae. 


.456 


Passifloreae. 


.461 


Cucurbitaceae. 


.468 


Bcgoniaceae. 


.469 


Datisceae. 


47 


Ficoidales. 


.471 


Cacteae. 


•475 


Ficoideas. 


.48 


Umbellales. 


.481 


Umbelliferae. 


.491 


Araliaceae. 


497 


Corn ace ae. 



583-5 



Rubiales. Caprifoliacez. 
R ubiacex. 

Valerlanex. 
Dipsacex 
Calycereie. 
Compos itas. 
Campanales. Stylidie«. 

Campanulacex. 
Eric ales. 



Epacridea;. 

Lennoacea. 
Primulalefl. 

Plumbaginea:. 

Primulaccie. 

Myraincx. 
Sbenales. 

Sapotacex. 

Styjacea 
QenlianaleB 

Salvadoraceo. 

Asclepiadei. 



Polemoniales. 



s 


Personates. 


£i 


Scro]j|iularinea. 


£ii 


<:>rr)l).incbac«B, 


£n 


LcniibiilarieK. 


J&29 


fulumrlliacea;. 


■«3 


Gesnetaceae. 


■84 


Bignoniaceae. 


■8s 


PedalinCjE. 


.86 


Acanthacwe. 


■»7 




-871 


Myoporinese. 


JI76 


Selaginex. 


M 


VetbEnaccK. 


S9, 


Labiatse. 


■899 


Ordo onomaluB. Plantaginete. 



•9 


Apetalse. 




•91 


Curvembryeae. 




•911 


Nyctagincae. 




.912 


Illecebraceae. 




•913 


Amarantaceae. 




•914 


Chenopodiaccx. 




•915 


Phyto]accaceae. 




.916 


Batidese. 




•917 


Polygonaceae. 




92 


Multiovulatae Aquaticae. 




•921 


Podostemaceae. 




.gas 


Multiovulatae Terrestres. 


Nepenthaces 


•923 


Cytinaceae. 




.924 


Aristolochiaceae. 




.925 


Micrembryeae. Piperaceae. 




.926 


Chloranthaceae. 




.927 


Myristiceae. 




.928 


Monimiaceae. 




•93 


Daphnales. 




•931 


Laurineae. 




•932 


Proteaccae. 




•933 


Thymelaeaceae. 




•934 


Penaeaceae. 




•935 


Elaeagnaceae. 




•94 


Achlamydosporeae. 




.941 


Loranthaceae. 




•943 


Santalaceae. 




.947 


Ba]anophoreae. 




•95 


Unisexuales. 




.951 


Euphorbiaceae. 




.961 


Balanopseae. 




.962 


Urticaccae. 




.971 


P]atanaceae. 




.972 


Leitnerieae. 




•973 


Juglandeae. 




•974 


Myricaceae. 




•975 


Casuarineae. 




.976 


Cupuliferae. 




•98 


Anomali. 




.981 


Salicineae. 




.983 


Lacistemaceae. 




.984 


Empetraceae. 




.987 


Ceratophyllcae. 





584 Monocotyledonae. 





I 


Microspenne«. 




11 


Hydrochjride*. 




'3 


Burma nniacei. 




'S 


Orchidei. 






Bpigyne*. 

Sdlaminea. 




13 


HimodoracM. 




14 
^5 


Iridex. 
Amaryllidei. 




16 


Taccaces. 




27 
3 

3" 


Coronaticie. 

Ruxburghiacei, 




32 


Liliacea;. 




34 


rontederiacea. 




3S 


Philydraceae. 




36 


XyridcK. 




37 


Mayaccx. 




38 


Commelinacese. 




39 


Rapaleacea. 




4 


Calycinex. 






Flagellariea, 




4S 

5 


Palm*. 




6 


Nudiflorea:. 




61 


Pandaneac. 




6z 


Cyclanthacea 




63 


Tjphact^. 




64 


Aroidese. 




68 

7 
7' 
72 
74 


Lemnace*. 
ApocarpcK. 

TriuridcK. 

Naiadacca. 




S 

Si 


OlumAcex. 

Eriocaulese. 


Jii 


Centrolepidea. 


■83 


Resliace*. 


A, 


Cyperaccx. 


■9 


Graminei. 


585 


Gymnospermae. 


.1 


GnetaccEc. 


.3 


Coniferse. 


'9 


Cycadaceae. 


586 


Cryptogamia. 


587 


Pteridophyta. 


.1 


Isoetese. 


.2 


EquisetEC. 


.3 


FilicinBc. 




9 


Lycopodinse. 



588 


Bryophyta, 


.1 


Sphagna. 


.3 


Musci. 


•3 


Hepaticse. 


•4 


Characese. 


589 


Thallophyta. 


.1 


Lichenes. 


.11 


Basidiolichenes. 


.15 


Ascolichenes. 


.i6 


Angiocarpx. 


•17 


Gymnocarpx. 


.18 


Gelatinosx. 


.19 


Byssacese. 


.2 


Fungi. 


.21 


Carposporese. 


.22 


fiasidiomycetes. 


.221 


Gasteromycetes. 


.222 


Hymenomycctes. 


.224 


Tremcllinae. 


.225 


Uredineae. 


.227 


Ustilaginc;e. 


.229 


Entomophthorex. 


.23 


Ascomycetes. 


•23^ 


Tuberaceae. 


•233 


Discomycetes. 


•235 


Pyrenomycetes. 


.238 


Gymnoasceae. 


.24 


Oosporese. 


.25 


Peronosporeae. 


.26 


Saprolegniex. 


•27 


Zygosporeae. 


.28 


Zygomycetes. 


.29 


Myxomycetes. 


•3 


Algae. 


.4 


Carposporeae. 


.41 


Floridcae. 


•47 


Coleochaeteae. 


.5 


Oosporeae. 


.6 


Zygosporeae. 


.61 


Conjugateae. 


.67 


Zoosporeae. 


•7 


Protophyta. 


.8 


Chlorophyllaceae. 


•9 


Achlorophyllaceae. 


•9» 


Saccharomycetes. Yeast. 


•95 


Schizomycetes. Bacteria. Microbe? 




See also 614.41, Origin of infectious diseases; 6:6.01, Germ theory of disease. 



590 Zoology. 



590ii, Philosophy, QaMificatio&; .a, Compends; .%, Dictionaries; .4, Essars, Lectures, etc; 
.5, Periodicals; .6. Societies ; .7, Study and Teaching, Zoological Gardens, Aqoaria, 
Museums ; .8, Collective Works ; .9, History. 

591 Physiological Zoology. 

.1 Physiology. 

.11 Circulation. 

.12 Respiration. 

I, Nature; 2, Dermal; 3, Aquivascular; 5, Branchial: 6, Tracheal; f, Palmonary; 
9, Exhalation of Aqueous Vapor. 

.13 Nutrition. 

I, Acquisition of Food; 3, Digestion of Food; ^, Assimilation of Food; 4, Growth; 
5, Development j 6, Repair of Waste ; 7, Production of Organic Material ; 8, Conditions 
of Nutritive Activity; 9, Longevity, Vitality. 

.14 Secretion and Excretion. 

I, Mucous and Sebaceous; 2, Sericeous; tt Digestive, salivary, gastric, pancreatic; 
4, Odoriferous, sweet, etc.; 5, Poisonous, gall-fonnation, caprification; 591.65 6f Mam- 
mary, spermatic : 7, Lachrymal ; 8, Biliary ; 9, Urinary and Fecal. 

.15 Variation. See also 575.2, Evolution. 

1, Polymorphic; 2, Geographic; 3, Heterophagfc ; 4, Polygoneutic ; 5, Mimetic; 6, Sex- 
ual; 7, Colorational ; 8, Hybrids; 9, Monstrosities. 

.16 Generation. 

I, Abiogenesis; 2, Parthenogenesis, neuters; 3, Metagenesis, pedogenesis, nurses; 5, 
Fission and Gemmation; 6 Fecundation; 7, Hermaphrodites; 8, Vivipara; 9, Super- 
foetation. 

.17 Histogenesis. 

I, Development of Sperm^cells; 2, Development of Germ-cells, micropyle; 9, Repara- 
tion of Wounds. 

.18 Nervous Functions and Sensation. 

.19 Physiological chemistry. 

.2 Pathology. 
.3 Embryology. 

.33, Development of Embryo; .34^ Metamorphosis, larva, j>upa, moulting; .^5, Hyper* 
metamorphosis; .36, Production of Sexes. See also 575.9, Origin of sexes. 

.4 Morphology. Comparative Anatomy. 

41 Circulatory Organs. 

.42 Respiratory Organs. 

43 Nutritory Organs. 

.44 Secretory and Excretory Orgaoft 

45 

46 Generatory Organs. 

47 Motory Organs. 
.48 Nervous System. 

49 Integument. Dermoskeleton. Skeleton* 

.5 Habits and Behavior. 

.51 Instinct. Reason. 

.52 Abode. Migration. 

.53 Food. 

.54 Seasons. Hibernation, 

.55 Sociability. 

.56 Philoprogenitiveness. Breeding 

.57 Means of Protection. Fascination. 

.58 

.59 Other Habits. 



S9I.6 


Economic 


^i 


Usefulness. 


Ai 


In Nature. 


•63 


As Food and Medicine for Man. 


.64 


In Chemistry and Manufactures. 


.65 


Noxiousness. 


.66 


Offensive Animals. 


Aj 


Animals causing Diseases. 


.68 


Injuring Vegetable and Animal Products and Inorganic Substances. 


.69 


Injuring Living Plants and Animals. Parasites. 


•7 


Organography. Descriptive Anatomy. 




Subdivided like 591.4, Morphology. 


.8 


Histology. See also 578.9, Microscopical zoology. 


.9 


Geographical Distribution of Animals. 




Subdivided like 930-999, using .9a for ocean. 


592 


Invertebrates. 


593 


Protozoans. Radiates. 


•I 


Protozoans. 


.zz 


Rhizopoda. 


.la 


Foraminifera. 


•>3 


Heliozoa. 


.14 


Radiol aria. Polycystina. 


•15 


Infusoria. 


.16 


Flagellata. 


•17 


Ciliata. 


.18 


• 


•19 


Qregarinidae. 


.2 


Radiates. 


•3 


Coelenterata. Acalepha (oW use of term, now limited to 593-73)« 


•4 


Sponges. PoFifera. Spongia. 


•5 


Cnidaria. 


.6 


Actinozoa. Polyps. Corals and Sea Anemones. 


.6z 


Rugosa. Tetracorolla. 


.6a 


Alcyonaria. Octocorolla. 


.63 


Zoantharia. HexacoroUa. 


.64 


Antipatharia. 


.65 


Actinaria. 


.66 


Madreporaria. 


.7 


Hydrozoa. 


•71 


Hydromedusae. 


•7* 


Siphonophora. 


•73 


Acalepha. 


•74 


Calycozoa. 


.76 


Marsupial ida. 


.77 


Discophora. Jelly Fish. 


^ 


Ctenophora. Jelly Fish. 



593-9 

.ga 

•93 

•94 

•95 

.96 

•97 
.98 

•99 



594 



,1 
,2 

•3 

4 

•5 
.6 

7 
.8 



595 



.1 
.2 

•3 

•31 

.32 

•33 

•34 

•35 
.36 
•37 
•38 
•39 

•4 

•5 
.6 



.71 

.72 

•73 
•74 

•75 
.76 

'77 
.78 

•79 



Echinodermata. 

Crinoidea. Sea Lilies. 
Asteroidea. Star Fish. 

Stelleridea. 

Ophiuridea. 
Bchinoidea. Sea Urchins. 
Holothuroidea. Sea Cucumbers. 

Pedata. 

Apoda. 
Enteropneusta. 

Mollusks. 

Lamellibranchiata. Bivalves. 

Scaphopoda. 

Gastropoda. Univalves. Snails. Slugs, see also 632, Pests. 

Pteropoda. Winged Shells. 

Cephalopoda. Squids and Cuttle Fish. 
Molluscoidea. 

Bryozoa. (Polyzoa.) Sea Mats. 

Brachiopoda. Lamp Shells. 
Tunicata. (Ascidia.) Sea Grapes. 

Articulates. 

Worms. Vermes, see also 632, Pests. 
Arthropoda. 
Crustacea. 

Bntomostraca. Cyclops, Shrimps, etc. 

Phyllopoda. 

Ostracoda. 

Copepoda. 

Cirripedia. Barnacles, etc. 
Malacostraca. Sandbugs, Crabs, Lobsters, etc. - 

Arthrostraca. 

Thoracostraca. 
Qigantostraca. Trilobites. 

Arachnida. Spiders. Scorpions. Mites, see also 63a, Pests. 

Onychophora. 

Myriopoda. Centipedes, etc. see also 632, Pests. 

Insects. Insecta. Hexapoda. see also 632, Pests. 

Thysanura. Bristle-tails, spring-tails, etc. 
Orthoptera. Grasshoppers, etc. 
Pseudoneuroptera. Dragon-flies, white ants, etc. 
Neuroptera. Caddice flies, etc. 
Rhynchota. (Hcmiptera.) l^ugs, etc. 
Coleoptera. Beetles. 
Diptera. Flies, etc. 
Lepidoptera. Butterflies, Moths. 
Hymenoptera. Bees, Wasps, etc. 



596 Vertebrates. 

597 Fishes. Pisces. 

.1 Pharyngobranchii. Lancelet. 

.2 Marsipobranchii. Lampreys. - 

.3 Elasmobranchii. Sharks, Rays, etc. 

.4 Ganoidei. Sturgeons, Garpikes, etc. 

•5 Teleostei. True bony fishes. 

.6 Batrachia. (Amphibia.) 

.7 Ophiomorpha. 

.8 Anura. Toads, Frogs. 

.9 Urodela. Salamanders. 

598 Reptiles. Birds. 

.1 Reptiles. 

.1 1 Lacertilia. Lizards. 

.12 Ophidia. Snakes. 

.13 Chelonia. Turtles. 

.14 Crocodilia. CrocodilaSi 

.15 Ichthyopterygia. 

.16 Sauropterygia. 

.17 Anomodontia. 

.18 Pterosauria. 

.19 Dinosauria. 

.2 Birds. Aves. 

.3 Grallatores. (Waders.) 

.4 Natatores. (Swimmers.) 

.5 Cursores. (Runners.) 

.6 Rasores. (Scratchers.) 

.7 Scansores. (Climbers.) 

.8 Insessores. (Perchers.) 

.9 Raptores. (Birds of Prey.) 

599 Mammals. Mammalia. 

.1 Monotremata. Duck-billed Platypus. 

.2 Marsupialia. Kangaroos, Opossums. 

.3 Edentata. Rodentia. Insectivora. Sloths. Rodents. 

Moles. 

4 Cheiroptera. Bats. 

.5 Cetacea. Sirenia. Whales, etc. 

Proboscidea. Hyracoidea. Elephants. Hyrax. 

.7 Ungrulata. Carnivora. Domestic Mammals, see also 636. 

.8 Quadrumana. . Apes. 

Bimana. Man. see also 573. Nal. hist, of man ; 6io. Medicine. 



Useful Arts- 



600 Useful Arts. 

601 Philosophy. Theories, etc 

602 Compends. Outlines. 

603 Dictionaries. Cyclopedias. 

604 Essays. Lectures. Addresses. 

605 Periodicals. Magazines. Reviews. 

606 Societies. Fairs. Exhibitions. 

Special exhibitions go with their topics. This is general only. 

607 Education. Schools of Technology. 

Divided like 940-99. 

608 Patents. Inventions. 

609 History of Useful Arts in General. 

For its History, see each spedal department. 



6io Medicine. 



.1, Philosophy, Theories; .a, Compends; .3, Dictionaries, Cyclopedias; .4, Essays; .5, 
Periodicals; .6, Societies; .7, Study and teaching; .71, Medical schools; .72, Medi- 
cal education of women ; .73, Training schools for nurses; .77, Medical museums; 
.8, Collections; .9, History of Medicine. 



61 1 Anatomy. Histology. 



• X 

II 
12 

13 
14 
15 
•2 

.21 
.22 

.23 
.24 

•25 
.26 



•31 
•32 
•33 
•34 

•35 
.36 
•37 
.38 



Nay be subdivided by a o. like 610, if wished. Put Dissection in 611.07. For Malforma- 
tions see 6i7.3» Othopxdic Surgery. See also 591.4, Comparative Anatomy; 591.8, 
Histology. 

Circulatory System. 

Pericardium. 

Heart. 

Arteries. 

Veins. 

Capillaries. 

Respiratory System. 

Nasal Passages. 

Larynx. 

Trachea. Bronchi, 

Lungs. 

Pleura. 

Diaphragm and other muscles of respiration. 

Digestive System. 

Mouth. Tongue. Teeth. Salivary Glands. 

Pharynx. Oesophagus. 

Stomach. 

Intestine. 

Rectum. Anus. 
Liver. Gall Bladder. 
Pancreas. 
Peritoneum. Omentum, Mesentery. 

Glandular and Lymphatic System. 

Put glands of any special system with that system. See 611.36, Liver; 6ii.6it Kidneys} 
611.31, Sahvary Glands; 6ii,69f Mammary Glands. 



41 


Spleen. 


.42 


Lymphatics. 


•43 


Thymus. 


.44 


Thyroid. 


•45 


Suprarenal Bodies. 


,46 




.6 


Genito-Urinary System. Breasts 


.61 


Kidneys. Ducts. Ureters. 


.62 


Bladder. Urethra. 


.63 


Testes. Spermatic Cord. Scrotum. 


.64 


Penis. 


.65 


Ovaries. Fallopian Tubes, 


.66 


Uterus. 


.67 


Vagina. Vulva. 


.68 




.69 


Mammary Glands, 



6ix.7 


Motor and Integumentary System. 


•71 


Bones. Skeleton. 


.72 


Articulations. Joints. Cartilages. 


•73 


Muscles. 


.74 


Tendons. Fasciae. 


•75 


Bursse. Sheaths of Tendons. 


•76 


Connective Tissue. 


'77 


Skin. 


.78 


Hair. Nails. 


.8 


Nervous System. Sensory Apparatus. 


.81 


Brain and its Meninges. 


.82 


Spinal Cord and its Meninges. 


.83 


Nerves. 


.84 


Sight. 


.85 


Hearing. 


.86 


Smell. 


.87 


Taste. 


.88 


Touch. 


.89 


Ganglia. 


•9 


Regional Anatomy. 


.91 


Head. 


.92 


Face. 


•93 


Neck. 


.94 


Chest. 


•95 


Abdomen. 


.96 


Pelvis. 


•97 


Upper Extremities. 


.98 


Lower Extremities. 


)I2 


Phvsiolosrv. 



May be subdivided by a o, like 610, if wished. For Vital Phenomena in genenl, see 577 
Properties of living matter. Use 612.01 for general works on Physiological Chemistry. 
See also 591. i, Phyr tlogy of Animals. 

•I Blood and Circulation. 

.11 Blood and its Physical Properties. See also 6ia.a3, Changes in Blood. 

. I , Red Globules ; .a, Leucoqries; .3, Arterial Blood; .4, Venous Blood; .5, Coagulation; 
.6, Quantity; .7, Color; .8, Other Properties; .9, Blood-making. Sanguification. 

.12 Chemical Composition. 

.13 Hydraulic Principles of Circulation. 

.14 Blood Pressure. 

.15 Rapidity of Flow. 

.16 Pulse Wave. 

.17 
.18 
.19 Functions of Special Organs. 

.2 Respiration. 

.21 Respiratory Movements. 

.22 Gas Exchange. 

.23 Changes in Blood. See also 612. n, Blood. 

.24 Capacity of the Lungs. 

.25 Exhalation of Vapor of Water. 

.26 Change of excreted Organic Particles. 

.27 
.28 
.29 Functions of Special Organs. 



6x2.3 Digestion. Absorption. Nutrition. 

.31 Mouth. Teeth. Salivary Glands. 

.32 Stomach. Vomiting, see 616.33. 

.33 Intestine. 

.34 Pancreas. Pancreatic Fluid. 

.35 Liver. 

.36 Defecation. 

•37 

.38 Absorption. 

.1, Imbibition; .2, Osmous; .3, Diffusioii; .4, Skin, see also 612.79 ^^^ 6>S'67f »% 
Lungs, see also 612.39 and 615.64; .6, Alimentary Canal, see also 612.3 » 'Zt Oth&t 
Mucous Membranes, see also 615.66; .8, Parenchymatous Absorption. 

.39 Nutrition. 

.1, Hunger and Thirst; .2, Nntriments; .3, Stimulants; .4, Growth; .5, Repair; .6* 
Carbohydrates; .7, Fats; .8, Albuminoids. For Diet, see 613.2. 

•4 Secretion. Excretion. 

Divided like 61 1.4. Add 612.46, Kidneys, Bladder, Urine, etc.; 612.49, ^or Vicarious 
Secretion. Put secretions of special systems with those sy^enu; e. g. of the 
Liver, 612.35. 

•5 Animal Heat. 

.51 Sources of Heat. 

.52 Loss of Heat. 

.53 Regulation of Heat. 

.54 Conditions Influencing Temperature. 

•55 Variations of Heat. 

.36 Temperature of Body. 

.57 Fever. See 616.92, Diseases. 

.58 

.6 Reproduction. Development. 

jSi Male Functions of Generation. 

.62 Female Functions of Generation. 

.63 Impregnation. 

.64 Development of Embryo. 

For abnormal development of embryo, see 617.3, Deformities. 
.65 Growth after Birth. 

.66 Period of full Development. 

I, Puberty; 2, Menstruation; 3, Fecundity; 4, Lactation. 

.67 Period of Decline. Death. See also 577.7, Biology. 

.68 Longevity. See 368.3, Life Insurance; 519.5, Probabilities; 614.12, Death Rates. 

.69 

•7 Function of Motor and Vocal Apparatus and Skin. 

.71 Protoplasm. See 576.2, Origin of Life. 

.72 Cilia. 

.73 Smooth Muscles. 

,74 Striped Muscles. 

For structure and chemical composition of muscles, see 61 1.73, Anatomy. 
I, Contraction ; 2, Rigor; 3, Electrical Phenomena; 4» Chemical Changes; j. 
Production. See also 612.51, Animal Heat. 

.75 Bones. Joints. 

.76 Locomotion. 

.77 

.78 Voice and Speech. See 784'9» Vocal Hygiene ; 808.5, Elocution ; 534«7» Sou»d. 

.79 Skin. Hair. Nails. 



1 



6x2.8 Nervous Functions. 

^i Nerve Fibres. 

^2 Central Nervous System. Brain. 

.83 Spinal Cord. 

.84 Sight. See also 153.1, Mental faculties; 535.71 Optics. 

.85 Hearing. See also 152.2, Mental facilities; 534.7, Acoustic;. 

.86 Smell. Olfaction. See also 152.3. 

.87 Taste. Gustation. See also 153.4. 

.88 Touch. See also 152.5. 

.i, Space ; .a. Temperature ; .3, Pressure ; .4, Pain ; .5, Muscular Senss ; see also is«*6^ 

.89 Sympathetic Nervous System. Ganglia. 

613 Personal Hygiene. 

Care of Health ; Prophylaxis ; Individual Health ; Laws of Health. 
.02, Compends; .03, Dictionaries, Cyclopedias; .04, Essays; .05, Periodicals; .o6t So> 
cieties; .07, Study and Teaching; .08, Sanitary Appliances; .09, History, D^ 
scription, Reports, etc., divided like 930-999. 

.1 Air and Light. 

For Air Analysis, see 543.7; Air Pollution, 614.7 i Ventilation, 638.8. 

.II Climate. Acclimation. See 551.5, Meteorology; 615.834, Therapeutics; 61441, 

Geographical distribution of disease. 
.12 Health Resorts. Mountain. Sea-shore. 

Regions exempt from special diseases. 
.13 Seasons. Time of Day. 

.14 Malaria. Moisture. Ground Air. See Public Health, 614.775, 614.773, and 6x4.n1* 

.15 Purification of Air. 

.16 Special Influences. Ozone, Electricity, etc. 

.17 Quantity of Air Necessary. 

.18 Temperature. See also 536.5, Heat; 551.5a, Meteorology. 

.19 Sunlight. 

•2 Food. Dietetics. 

For Food Analysis, see 543.1 ; Adulterations, 614.31 ; Digestion and NatritUm, 6ta.f. 

.21 Dietaries. 

Including food for special classes of people ; literary men, soldiers, etc. 
.22 Food for Infants. 

.23 Food for the Sick. 

Including means for giving nutrition, baths, enemeta, forced alimentationt etc 
.24 Fasting. Famine. Starvation. 

.25 Excess of Food. 

.26 Vegetable Food. 

.27 Fruits. 

.28 • Animal Food. Meats. 
.29 Fish, Oysters, etc. 

•3 Beverages. 

For alcoholic beverages, see 613.81 and 178, Temperamce Ethics; Iiiq;)ection of bevnw 
ages, 614.34. 

.31 Water as a Beverage. 

.32 Impurities in Water and Ice. See also 628.16, Water supply of towns. 

.33 Microscopical Analysis. For Chemical Analysis, see 543.3. 

.34 Biological Analysis. 

.35 Purification. Filtration, Boiling, Chemical, etc. See also 628. 16, Water Supply. 

.36 Cold Drinks. 

.37 Hot Drinks. Tea, Coffee, etc. See also 614.347, Adulterations. 

.38 Mineral Waters, Carbonated Waters, etc. See also 614.348, Adultcntkos; 615.70^ 

Therapeutics. 

•39 Other Beverages. 



6z3«4 Cleanliness of Body. Clothing. 

See also 646, Clothing, Toilet, etc.; 391, Customs, Care of Person, Bathing, Toikt 
For Therapeutic baths, electric, sulphur, etc, see 615.67. 

41 Baths. 
^ Warm. 

43 Cold. For Swimmingt see 796. 

44 Douche or Shower. 
»45 Sea. Salt. 

46 Hot Air. Turkish. Russian. Roman, etc. 

.47 Public. 

48 Clothing. 

I, Material, wool, cotton, etc 
a, Quantity. 

3, Cleanliness. 

4, Pressure. Corsets, garters, tight boots, support from hips, etc 

49 

•5 Human Habitation and Resort. 

For Heating, see 697; Ventilation, 628.8; House drainage, 638.6; Sanitation of 

towns, 628^4 ; Industrial sanitation, 628.5. 
These subjects, partly Public and partly Private Hygiene, are for oonvenience gio up cd 

together here. 

•51 Homes. 

•52 Hotels. 

.53 Tenements. 

.54 Schools. Colleges. See School hygiene, 371.7. 

.55 Churches, Theaters, Halls, etc. 

.56 Hospitals. Asylums. 

.57 Prisons. Reformatories. 

•58 

•59 House Furnishing. 

1, Bed and Bedding. 

2, Curtains. Tapestries. 

3, Carpets. Rugs. Floors. 

4, Wall Paper. 

9, House Qeaning. 

•6 Hygiene of Employment. 

For Labor of children, see 331.3 ; Mining dangers and auxidents, 622.8; see also Laboring 

classes, 331.8; Industrial sanitation, 628.5; Nuisances, 614.7. 

.61 Over-hours. Over-work. 

Occupations made Injurious. 
J62 By Inhalation of Vapors and Gases. 

Bleachers, match-makers, lard refiners, etc 
.63 By Inhalation of Dust or by Absorption. 

Grinders, stone-cutters, millers, wool operatives, hair pickers, type 
founders, grocers, etc. 
.64 By Elevated, Low, or Variable Temperature. 

Bakers, forgemen, mariners, fishermen, farmers, laborers, etc. 
J65 By Over-use of certain Organs. By Constrained Attitude and Sedentary 

Life. 
Engravers, public speakers, copyists, printers, salesmen, clerks, literary 
men, etc. See also Mental hygiene, 131. 
J66 By Accidents. See Public health, 614.8, Protection from accidents. 

Machinists, quarr>-men, caisson-workers, manufacturers of explosives, etc. 
.67 Military Hygiene. Barracks, Camp and Tent Life. 

.68 Naval Hygiene. Ship Life. 

.69 Hygiene of Travel and Exploration. 



6x3.7 Hygiene of Recreation and Sleep. 

•71 Gymnastics. See also 371. 73* School Hygiene, Care of Body. 

For Curative gymnastics, see 615.82, Massage. 
.72 Athletics and other Muscular Exercise. 

See also 796, Out-door sports. 
•73 Training and Overstrain. See also 371-75, Championship games. 

.74 Amusement or Play. 

See also 796, Out-door sports, and 371.741 Recreations. 
.75 Parks. 

Some subjects more properly placed in Public Health, are grouped here by attraction, 
.76 Vacations. See also 371.23, School Vacations. 

.77 Holidays. See also 371.23, School Holidays. 

.78 

.79 Rest and Sleep. Late Hours. See 613.86, Insomnia. 

.8 Hygiene of Nervous System. 

Including the action of Stimulants and Narcotics. See also 61 5.78, Drugs acting on Nemms 
System ; 615.95, Neurotic Poisons. 
For Mental overwork, see 131, Mental Hygiene. See also 178, Temperance. 
.81 Alcohol. See also Temperance, 178; Beverages, 613.3 ; Inspection of BevenigeSt 614.34. 

.82 Opium and Hasheesh. See also 178.8. 

.83 Chloral and Caffeine. See also 178.8. 

.84 Tobacco. See also 178.7. 

.85 Other Narcotics. 

.86 Insomnia. See also 613.79, Rest and Sleep. 

.87 Morbid Habits. Bad Social Customs. See also Social Ethics, 177. 

.88 Luxury. Privation. 

.89 Celibacy. Monogamy. Polygamy. 

See also Polygamy and Monogamy, 173.2; Sexual Ethics, 176; Celibacy (tf Qergy, 2541 
Asceticism, 248. 

•9 Hygiene of Offspring. Heredity. 

See also Heredity, 575.x. 
.91 Congenital Defects of Body. 

See also Monstrosities, 573.9; and Orthopjedic Surgery, 617.3. 
.92 Inherited Mental Disability. 

See also Mental heredity, 136.3 ; Mental derangements, 132 ; and Mental phyaloIojQr and 
hygiene, 131. 
•93 Transmitted Disease. 

See also special <Useases in 616. 
.94 Stirpiculture. 



6 14 .Public Health. 

Public Hygiene. Public Sanitation. State Medicine. Preventive Medicine. See also 
62S, Sanitary Engineering; 352.4, Boards of Health. 

.02, Compends ; .03, Dictionaries, Cyclopaedias ; .04, Essays ; .05, Periodi- 
cals ; .06, Societies, Conventions ; .07, Education ; .08, Sanitary Ap- 
pliances, Exhibitions ; .09, History, Description, Legislation, Reports, 
etc., divided like 930-999, e.g. 614.0942, Public Health in England. 

.1 Registration and Vital Statistics. See 312, PopuUtion. 

.11 Births and Birth-rates. 

.12 Deaths and Death-rates. 

Divided geographically like 930-999, e.g. Death-rate in England, 614.1242. 

,13 Mortality at Different Ages. 

For Life Insurance, Life Tables, Biometry, etc., see Life Insurance, 368.3, and Life 
Contingencies, 519.5; Longevity. 612.68. 

.131 Still-births. 

.132 Infant Mortality. 

.133 Mortality in Childhood. 

.134 •* " Adult Life. 

.135 " " Old Age. 

.14 Mortality of Sexes, Races, etc. 

.141 " " the Sexes. 

.142 " " Males. 

.143 " ** Females. 

.144 " " Races, Colored, White, Indian, etc. 

.145 " " City and Country. 

.15 " " Different Occupations. Sec also 613.6. 

.16 " from Special Diseases. Causes of Death. 

.17 Marriage. 

.18 Divorce. See also 173.1, Family Ethics. 

.2 State Control of Medicine. 

.21 Medical Education and Degrees. See 610.7; 378.2, Academic Degrees 

.22 Anatomy and Vivisection Laws. See 179,4, Ethics. 

.23 Expert Testimony and other Medico-Legal Relations. See 340.6, Medical 

Jurisprudence. 

.24 Registration of Physicians, Dentists, Pharmacists, etc. License to Practice. 

.25 Regulation of Medical Practice. See 174.2, Professional Ethics, Physicians. 

.26 Quackery and Malpractice. 

.27 Nostrums and Patent Medicines. Sec also 614.353. Adulterations. 

.28 Sale of Poisons. See 615.9. Toxicology. 

.29 Medical Police. 

•3 Adulterations. Inspection of Articles Liable to Affect 

Public Health. PubUc analy&ts. State laboratories. For chemical analysis 

see 543. 

,31 Inspection of Food. For chemical analysis see 543.1 ; Hygiene, 6ij.a. 

,311 Sugars. Syrups. Confectionery. 

.312 Cereals. Starches. Bread. 

,313 Lards. Fats. Oils. See 614.325-6, Butter, Oleomargarine. 

.314 Spices. Condiments. 

,315 Yeast. Baking Powders. Cream of Tartar. 

.316 Vegetables. Fruits. (Fresh.) 

.317 Meats. Fish. (Fresh.) 

.318 Canned or Preserved Food. Vegetables. Fruits. 

.319 Meat. Fish. Oysters. (Preserved.) 

.32 Milk and Milk Products. 

.321 Milk Analysis. See also 543.2, chemistry. 

.322 Milk of Known Purity. 

.323 Milk as Sold to Consumer. 

.324 Cream. Skimmed Milk. Condensed Milk. Buttermilk. Kumiss. 



614-325 Butter and its Imitations. 

.326 Oleomargarine. 

.327 Cheese and its Imitations. 

.33 Other Articles of Food. 

.34 Inspection of Beverages. For chemical analysis see 543.1 ; Hygiene, 613.3. 

.341 Fermented. 

.342 Wine. 

•343 Brewed. 

.344 Beer. 

•345 Distilled. 

.346 Fruit Drinks. Lemonade, Shrub, etc. 

.347 Tea. Coffee. Chocolate. Cocoa. See also 613.37, Hygiene. 

.348 Mineral Waters. Soda Water. See also 613.38, Hygiene; 615.79, Therapeutict. 

.349 Mixed Drinks. 

.35 Inspection of Drugs. For chemical analysis see 543.4. 

.351 Officinal or Pharmacopoeial Drugs. 

.352 Non-officinal Drugs. 

.353 Empirical or Patent Medicines. See also 614.37, State control. 

,354 Cosmetics. 

.355 Poisonous Cosmetics. 

.36 Inspection of Tobacco. 

.37 Inspection of Pigments, Wall and other Papers, Textile Fabrics, Toys, etc. 

.4 Contagious and Infectious Diseases. General. 

.41 Causes and Origin. See 589.95, Bacteria, Microbes; 616.01, Germ theory of disease. 

.42 Geographical Distribution. Climatology. 

.43 Modes of Propagation and Communication. 

.44 Prevention and Restriction. See Ambulances, 614.882. 

.45 Isolation, Lazarettos, etc. 

.46 Quarantine, etc. 

.461 Maritime Quarantine. 

.462 Inland *' 

463 Control of Rags, etc. 

.47 Protective Inoculation. 

.471 Against Small-pox. See also 616.912, Pathology. 

.472 Variolation. 

.473 Vaccination. 

.1, Bovine Vaccination ; .2, Humanized Vaccination; .3, Vaccinal 
Syphilis; .4, Re-vaccination; .5, Vaccinisation; .6, Re-vac- 
cinisation; .7, Retro-vaccination ; .8, Compulsory Vaccination; 
.9, Optional Vaccination. 

^74 Anti-vaccination. 

.475 Against Cholera, See also 616.932, Pathology. 

.476 " Yellow Fever. See also 616.928, Pathology. 

.477 " Hydrophobia. Pasteurism. See also 616.953, Pathology. 

.48 Disinfection. Houses, Clothing, Rags, Workshops. Cars, Ships, Camps, Air, Soil, 

Persons, Sewers, Vaults, Excreta. Dead, see Embalming, etc., 614.64. 

.481 Fumigating and other Apparatus, i, Stationary; 2, Portable. 

.482 Disinfectants. Antiseptics. Deodorizers. 

Treated with reference to Public Health. See also Materia Medica 615.777 
& 615.778. 

.483 Heat. 

^84 Chemical Disinfectants. 

,485 Carbolic. 

.486 Salicylic. 

,487 Chlorides. 

.488 Copperas. 

489 

^9 Epidemics. Plagues. 



•5 


Contagious and Infectious Diseases. Special. 




These heads are for Public Health discussions only. For treatment, etc., see Pathology, 616. 


•5» 


Filth Diseases. 


.511 


Typhoid or Enteric Fever. 


.512 


Diphtheria. 


•5U 


Diarrhceal Diseases. 


.514 


Cholera. 


•515 


C holera-inf antum. 


.516 


Dysentery. 


•5»7 


Diarrhoea. 


•52 


Exanthemata. 


.521 


Small-pox. 


.522 


Scarlet Fever. 


•523 


Measles. 


.524 


Rotheln. 


•525 


Chicken-pox. 


.526 


Typhus. 


•53 


Malarial Fevers. 


•531 


Intermittent Fever. 


•532 


Remittent Fever. 


•54 


Other Contagious and Infectious Diseases. 


.541 


Yellow Fever. 


.542 


Phthisis. 


•543 


Whooping-cough. 


.544 


Mumps. 


•545 


Puerperal Fever. See also 618. 


.546 


Leprosy. 


•547 


Syphilis. 


.548 


Gonorrhea. 


•55 


Parasitic Diseases. 


.56 


Diseases Communicated from Lower Animals. 


.561 


Anthrax. Charbon. 


.562 


Trichiniasis. 


•563 


Hydrophobia. 


.564 


Glanders. 


.6 


Disposal of the Dead. 




See 393, Customs. Treatment of the dead. 


.61 


Burial. 


.611 


Earth-burial. 


.612 


Tomb-burial. 


.613 


Burials in Churches. Intra-mural. 


.614 


Use of Perishable Coffins. 


.62 


Cremation. Crematories. 


.63 


Transportation of the Dead. 


^ 


Embalming and Disinfection of the Dead. Use of Ice. 




See 614.48, Disinfection; 615.777, Disinfectants. 


.65 


Effect of Cemeteries on Health. 


•651 


By Water Pollution. 


.652 


" Air •* 



« 



di4»7 Hygiene of the Air and Ground. Nuisances. 

See 613. 1, Air, Hygiene; 613.6, Hygiene of employment; 638.5, Industrial sanitation. 

.71 Air Pollution by Dust and Smoke. 

.72 Air Pollution by Noxious Gases, Mineral Trades, Chemical Workft. 

.721 Carbon Compounds. 

.722 Carbonic Oxide, Carbonic Acid, Carburetted Hydrogen. 

.723 Illuminating Gases. Gas Works. 

.724 Mineral Oil Refining. 

.725 Sulphur Compounds. 

.726 Chlorine ** 

.727 Nitrogen 

.728 Phosphorus 

.729 Other. 

.73 Air Pollution by Vegetable Trades. 

.731 Brewing. 

.732 Distilling. 

•733 Vinegar Making. 

•734 Sugar Refining. 

735 Charcoal Burning. 

.736 Varnish Making. 

.74 Air Pollution by Animal Trades. 

.741 Slaughter Houses. Abattoirs. Fish. 

.742 Rendering Works. Bone-boiling. Tripe and Gut Cleaning. 

.743 Pork Packing. Lard Refining. 

.744 Soap Making. 

.745 Tanning. 
.746 ' Glue Making. 

.747 Lampblack. 

.748 Commercial Fertilizers. 

.75 Storage and Handling of Noxious and Offensive Materials. 

.76 Other Air Pollutions. See 6a8, Sanitary engineering. 

.761 Stables. Stable Manure. 

.762 Hog Styes. 

.763 Offal. Dead and Diseased Animals and Fish. 

.764 Vaults. Cess-pools. Water Closets, Privies, Urinals, Night-AoU. 

.765 Sewers and Sewer Outlets. Sewer Gas. 

.77 Conditions of Soil as Affecting Health. Topography. Sanitary Surveys. 

.771 Analysis of Soils. Sec 543.7, Chemistry. 

.772 Soil Moisture. Hygiene of Natural Water Courses and of Marshe& 

See 613.14, H]rgiene. 

•773 Ground Atmosphere. See 613.14, Hygiene. 

•774 Solid Constituents of Soil. 

.775 Malarious Soils. See 613.14, Hygiene. 

.776 Recovery of Soils from Pollution. 

.78 Air and Ground in Towns. 

.781 Laying Out of Towns and Streets. 

.782 Subways and Elevated Ways. See 638.47, Sanitation of Towna. 

.7S3 Parks. Air Spaces. 

.784 Hight of Buildings and Proportion of Occupiable Area. 

See 614.85, Building laws. 



6i4-8 Protection of Human Life from Accidents, Casualties, 

etc* See 613.66 Hygiene of employment. 

Si Drowning. 

^11 Rescue of the Drowning. 

^12 Resuscitation of the Drowned. First Help. 

J&2 Suffocation. 

By gases, in vauhs, mines, etc. ; see 622.8, Mining d.ingers. By illuminating gases. 

^3 Explosions. 

^31 Manufacture and Storage of Explosives and Combustibles. See 66a, 

Chemical technology. 

.832 Gunpowder. 

.833 Dynamite, etc. 

.834 Inspection of Kerosene, etc. 

.835 " of Illuminating Gas. 

.836 " of Electric Apparatus. 

.837 *• of Steam Boilers. 

.84 Fires. 

.841 Fire Prevention. 

.842 " Detection. 

.843 •• Extinction. See 352.3, Fire Department. 

.844 Automatic. 

.845 Chemical Extinguishers. 

.846 Fire Engines. Water Towers. See 621.68, Pumping engine*. 

.847 ** Escapes and Other Apparatus. 

,848 ** Exits, etc., from Public Buildings. 

.85 Building Laws. Inspection of Buildings. See 614.784, Hight of Buildings. 

.86 Protection of Travelers. 

.861 Travel on Land. 

.862 on Highways. 

.863 " Railroads. 

.864 Travel on Water. 

.865 Light-houses, Buoys, etc. 

.866 Pilots. 

.867 Boats, Life-preservers, etc. 

.868 Rescue of Shipwrecked. Life-saving Service. 

.87 Exposure to Cold. Hospice of St. Bernard. 

.88 Aid to Injured. 

.881 Ambulance. 

.8S2 Ambulance for Contagious Diseases. See also 614 44. 

.883 •• The Bed Wagon." 

.9 Hygiene of Animals. Veterinary Sanitation. 

.91 Infectious Diseases of Domestic Animals. 

.92 Parasites of Animals. See 591.69, Economic zooloj^y. 

.93 Animal Diseases Communicable to Man. See also 614.56. 

.94 Care and Housing of Animals. 

.95 Feeding of Animals. 

.96 Transportation of Animals. 

.97 Methods of Slaughtering. 

jgi^l Painless Extinction of Animal Life 



6i5 Materia Medica and Therapeutics. 

.02i Compends; .05, Pharmaceutical Journals; .06, Pharmaceutical Societies; .07, Educa- 
tion, Schools of Pharmacy; .09, History. 

•z Materia Medica. Drugs. 

For Examining boards, Laws, etc., see 614.241 Registration of Pharoiacists. See also 
6i4>3S, Adulteration of drugs; 543'.4« Chemical analysis. 

.11 Pharmacopceias. 

.12 Dispensatories. 

.13 Formularies. 

.14 Prescription writing. Posology. 

•2 Inorganic Drugs. 

Divided like 546. 615.218, Phosphorus; 615.258, Mercury; 615.272, Iron. 

•3 Organic Drugs. 

.31 Carbon Compounds. Divided chemically like 547. ^ 

.32 Vegetable Products. Divided botanically like 580. 

.33 Vegetable Products. Divided by character. 

t, Starches; 2, Sugar; 3, Glucosides; 4, Tannins; 5, Gums; 6, Drags containii^ 
Alkaloids; 7, Bitters; 8, Organic Acids. 

.34 Fixed Oils and Acids. 

.35 Ferments. Diastase, Pepsin, etc 

.4 Practical Pharmacy. 

.5 Therapeutics; Action of Medicines in General. 

.51 Certainty of Medicines. 

.52 Antagonism of Medicines. 

.53 Law of Similars. Homoeopathy. 

Homoeopathic works are classed with the subjects treated. This head is for Hahne- 
mann's theory only. 
.54 Influence of Age. 

Infant therapeutics. Therapeutics of old age. 

.55 Influence of Sex. 

.56 Influence of Environment. 

.57 Influence of Idiosyncracy. 

.6 Administration of Medicines. 

.61 By Stomach. 

.62 " Rectum. 

.63 " Subcutaneous tissue. Hypodermic medication. 

.64 " Lungs. Inhalation. See also 612.385, Absorption. 

.65 " Veins. Transfusion of blood. 

.66 " Serous and Mucous Membranes. Peritoneum, Vagina, etc. 

See also 612.387, Absorption. 
.67 " Skin. Haths. See also 612.384, Absorption. 

.7 Medicines grouped by Effects. 

Treatises on specific drugs, Digitalis, Ergot, etc., are classed in the divisions of 
rta Medica, 615. 2-615. 3 ; Iron, 615.272 ; Digitalis, 615.32381. 
.71 Drugs acting on Circulatory System. 

.711 Stimulants. 

Alcohol, Ammonia, Digitalis, Coffee, Ergot. 
.716 Depressants. 

Aconite, Veratrum group. Nitrites. 
.72 Drugs acting on Respiratory System. 

.721 Expectorants. 

.726 Errhines. Sneezing. 



6i5-73 Drugs acting on Digestive System. 

.731 Emetics. 

Ipecac, Mustard, Metallic Salts, Apomorphine. 
.732 Cathartics. 

I, Laxatives; 2, Salines; 3, Purgatives; 4, Hydragogues ; 5, Drastics; 6, Mercurials. 
•733 Anthelmintics. 

•734 Aids to Digestion. 

I, Bitters, Tonics; 2, Ferments, Pepsin, Pancreatine, etc.; 3, Acids, Antacids. 
•73S Demulcents, Emollients, etc. 

Bismuth, Oxalate of Cerium, etc. 

.74 Drugs acting on Glandular Systenu 

.741 Sialagogues. (Saliva.) 

,742 Cholagogues. (Bile.) 

•743 Diaphoretics. (Perspiration.) 

Pilocarpine, Heat, Exercise. 
.75 Antipyretics. Antiperiodics. 

Quinine, Salicylates, Coal-tar products* Kalrin, Antlpyrin, Antifebrin, Cold, Bathli 
See also 613.41, Baths. 
.76 Drugs acting on Genito-Urinary System. 

.761 Diuretics. 

Water, Citrates, Acetates, Digitalis, Caffeine, Copaiba. 
.766 Ulerines. Oxytocics. 

Viburnum, Ergot, etc. 

.77 External Agencies. 

.771 Irritating. 

.772 Astringents. 

.7-3 Rubefacients. 

.774 Epispastics. Blisters. 

•775 Escharotics. Caustic potassa. 

.776 Protective. Emollient. 

Fats, Oils, Powders, Starch, Bismuth, Oxide of Zinc. 

• 

.777 Deodorants. Disinfectants. See 614.48, Disinfection; 614.64, Disinfectionof dead. 

.778 Antiseptics. Germicides. 

.78 Drugs acting on Nervous System. See also 615.95, Neurotic Poiaona, 

.781 Anaesthetics. Chloroform, Ether. 

.782 Hypnotics. Chloral, Bromides. 

.783 Analgesics. Opium. 

.784 Mydriatics. Belladonna. 

.785 . Excitants. Strychnine. 

.786 Depressants. Conium. 

.788 

.789 Other Drugs. 

Camphor, Valerian, Asnfetida. 

.79 Mineral Waters. See .1^0613.38, Hygiene; 553.7, Occurrence in 

.8 Other Remedies. 

.81 Mechanical Remedies. 

.811 Blood-letting. Venesection. Cupping. 

.812 Setons and Issues. 

.813 Bandages. Ligatures. 

.814 Acupuncture. 

.815 Pneumatic Aspiration. 

.82 Massage. See also 613.71, Gymnastics. 



615*83 Imponderable Remedies. 

.831 Light. Blue glass. 

.832 Temperature. Heat. Cold. 

.833 Moisture. 

^34 Climate. See also 613. 1, Hygiene. 

.835 Altitude. 

.836 Pneumatic Differentiation. 

.837 Music. 

.84 Electricity. Electro Therapeutics. See 537.87. 

.85 Cures. 

.851 Mind Cure. Influence of mind on body. See also 130, Mind and Body. 

.852 Faith Cure. See 265.8, Religion. 

^53 Water Cure. 

.854 Food Cures. Grapes, Milk, Beef, etc- 

.855 Thomsonianism. Herb Doctors. 

.856 Perkinism. Metallic Tractors. 
.86 

.88 

.89 Ancient and Mediaeval Remedies. 

Including those of modem uncivilized peoples. 

•9 Toxicology. Poisons. 

For detection of poisons, see 543.5 : Sale of poisons, 614.28 ; Poisoned wounds* 6t7.i48* 

.91 Irritant Poisons. 

.92 Mineral Irritants. 

.921 Acid Poisons. 

.922 Alkaline Poisons. 

.923 Non-metallic Poisons. 

.924 Phosphorus. See also 615.218, Drugs. 

.925 Metallic Poisons. 

.926 Arsenic. See also 615.219, Drugs. 

.927 Mercury. See also 615.258, Drugs. 

.928 Lead. See also 615.251, Drugs. 

.929 Copper. See also 615.256, Drugs. 

.93 Vegetable Irritants. 

Hellebore, Aloes, Croton oil, etc. 

.94 Animal Poisons. 

Cantharides, Diseased meat. Ptomaines, Tyrotoxicon, etc 

.95 Neurotic Poisons. See also 615.78, Drugs actiuj; tin iiervouft system. 

.96 Cerebral or Narcotic Poisons. Carbonic oxide and acid. 

.961 Opium. 

.962 Prussic Acid. 

.963 Cyanides. 

.964 Alcohol. 

.965 Ether. 

.966 Chloroform. 

.967 Chloral Hydrate. 

.97 Spinal Poisons. 

Nux vomica, Strychnia. 

.98 Cerebrospinal Poisons. 

Aconite, Belladonna, Lobelia. 

.99 Cerebrocardiac Poisons. 

Digitalis, Tobacco. 



6i6 Pathology. Diseases. Treatment. 

May b€ subdivided by a o like 610, if wished. Use <>i6.oi for Etiology, Germ theory, 
Classificition of diseases. Use 616.07 for Diagnosis, Study of disease, and subdivide 
it as follows: i, Pulse; 2, Tongue; 3, Eye, Skin, etc.; 4, Auscultation, Percu&Mon; 
5, Thermometry; 6, Chemistry, Urine analysis; 7, Microscopy; 8, Pathological 
anatomy; 9, Po.st-mortem examination. 

•X Diseases of Circulatory System. 

.11 Membranes of the Heart. 

.12 Heart. Angina Pectoris. 

.13 Arteries. 

14 Veins. 

.15 lilood. 

•2 Diseases of Respiratory System. 

01, Croup; 02. Hay Asthma, Hay Fever; o^, Inriuenxa, Epidemic Catarrh; 04, Whooping 
Cough, see also 614.543 ; of, Coryra, Catarrh ; 06, Asphyxia. 

.21 Nose. Xaso-pharyngeal Space. 

.22 Larynxf 

.23 Trachaca. Bronchi. Bronchitis. Asthma. 

.24 Lungs. 

I, Pneumonia, Lung Fever; ai Congestion; 3, Hemorrhage; 4, Abscess; 5, Gan- 
grene; ft. Phthisis, Consumption, see also 614.542; 7, Embolism and Aneurism 
of Pulmonary Artery ; 8, Emphysema ; q. Collapse. 

.25 Pleura. Pleurisy. 

•3 Diseases of the Digestive System. 

For diseases of teeth see 617.6. 

.31 Mouth. Tongue. Fauces. — Sore Throat. Quinsy. Mumps. See aiso 614.544. 

.32 T*harynx. CEsophagus. 

.33 Stomach. — Gastritis. Dyspepsia. Vomiting. 

.34 Intestines. — Hi*rnia. Di.irrhcn, Constipation. Colic. 

.35 Rectum. Anus. — Piles. 

.36 Liver. Gall-Hladder. — Jaundice. 

.37 Pancreas. 

.38 Peritoneum. Omentum. Mesentery. — Peritonitis. 

,39 Dietetic Diseases. 

Surfeit. Starvation. Scurvy. Dyspepsia. 

.4 Diseases of the Lymphatic System. 

.41 Spleen. 

^2 Lymphatics. Thoracic Duct. 

.43 Thymus. 

.44 Thyroid Body. Goitre. 

•45 Suprarenal bodies. 

•5 Dermatology. Skin Diseases. 

.51 Inflammatory Affections. 

DiffusCf Papular, Scaly. Ncttlerash. Hives. 

52 Catarrhal, V^esicular, l^ustular. Eczema. Shingles. $eeal!(o6M.56». 

53 Disorders of Sebaceous (i lands. 

54 Hypertrophies. Atrophies. 

Corns. Warts. White hair. Baldness. 
•55 New Formations. I'igmentary Changes. 

Albinism. Freckles. 
,56 Disorders of Sweat Glands. 

.57 P-Jrasitic Diseases. See 616.96, Parasitic Diseases. 

.58 Other Skin Diseases. 

Chilblain. FrcK>tbite. Chapi. 



6x6.6 Diseases of Genito-Urinary System. 

For Diseases of women, see 6i8. 

.61 Kidneys. Ducts. — Bright's Disease. 

.62 Bladder. — Calculus. 

.63 Urinary Disorders. — Diabetes. 

.64 Male Urethra. 

.65 Prostate. 

.66 Penis. 

.67 Scrotum. 

.68 Spermatic cord. Testes. 

.69 Functional Diseases of Male Generative Organs. — Spermatorrhoea. Ini« 

potence. 

•7 Diseases of the Organs 'of Locomotion. 

.71 Bones (except spine). 

.72 Joints (except spine). 

•73 Spine. — Curvature. 

.74 Muscles. 

.75 Tendons. Fasciae. 

.76 Bursa;. Sheaths of Tendons. 

.77 Connective Tissue. 

•8 Diseases of Nervous System. 

,81 Diseases relating to Cerebro-Spinal Circulation. Apoplexy. 

.82 Diseases relating to Cerebro-Spinal Meninges. 

.83 Structural Diseases of Brain and Cord. 

.84 Functional Diseases of Brain and Cord. 

I, Vertigo; a, Paralysis; 3, Neurasthenia; 4, Spinal Irritation; 5, Eclampsia, 

Convulsions. 
For Insanity see 132. i. 

.85 Neuroses. 

I, Chorea, St. Vitus's Dance ; a, Hysteria, see 135 Somnambulisnit 132.4 Catalepsy, 
132.3 Hypochondria: 3, Epilepsy; 4, Tetanus, Lockjaw; 5, Aphasia; 6, Anaes- 
thesia, Hyperesthesia; 7, Megrim, Sick-headache. 

J86 Neuroses due to special Poisons. 

I, Alcoholism, see also Dipsomania, 132.7; 2, Metallic Tremor. 

^7 Diseases of Nerves. — Neuralgia. Cramp. 

J8S Diseases of Sympathetic System. 

•9 General Diseases. 

.91 Infectious Diseases. 

I, Eruptive Fevers; 2, Small Pox, see also 614.471 and 614.521 ; 3, Cow Pox; 4, Chicken 
Pox, see also 614.525; 5, Measles, see also 614.523 ; 6, Rubeola, see also 614.524; 
7, Scarlet Fever, Scarlatina, see also 614.522. 

jg9 Other Fevers. General Works on Fevers. See 612.57, Animal Heat. 

I, Dengue, Rreak'bone Fever; 2, Typhus, see also 614.526: 3, Plague; 4, Relapsing 
Fever, Famine Fever; 5, Cerebro-spinal F'ever; 6, Simple Continued Fever; 
7, Enteric Fever, Typhoid Fever, see also 614. 511; 8, Yellow Fever, see also 
614.476 & 614.541. 

•93 Diphtheria. Cholera. Malarial Fever. 

ij Diphtheria, see also 614.512; 2, Asiatic Cholera, see also 614.475 ^^^ 6i4*5i4t 
3, Six>radic Cholera; 4, Epidemic Diarrhoea, see also 614.517; 5, Dysentery, 
see also 614.516; 6, Malarial Fever, see also 614.53. 

J94 . Septic Diseases. 

I, Phagedaena; 2, Erysipelas; 3, Py.tmia; 4, Septicaemia. 

^5 Venereal Diseases. Hydrophobia, etc. 

I, Syphilis, see also 614.547; 2, Gonorrhoea, see also 614.548; 3, Hydrophobia, see 
also 614.477 3"<1 614-5^3 'f 4i Glanders, see also 614.564 ; 5, Horse Pox: 6, Splenic 
Fever. 



616.96 Parasitic Diseases. See also 614.55. 

.961 Animal Parasites. See 591.69, Economic Zo&Iogy ; 614.93, Parasites of animab. 

•963 Entozoa. 

,963 Trematoda. Flukes. 

.964 Cestoda. Tape- worms. 

.965 Nematoda. Round worms. Thread worms, Trichinae. See also 6i4.56t. 

.966 Acanthocephala. Thorn-headed worms. 

.967 Insecta parasitica. Maggots. 

.968 Ectozoa. 

I, Insecta parasitica, Musquitoes, Gnats, Bed bugs, Fleas, Lice; S» Ancfanida 
parasitica, Mites, Ticks ; 8, Suctoria parasitica, Leeches. 

.969 Vegetable Parasites. See 581.69, Economic Botany. 

.97 Effects of Poisons. See 615.9, Toxicology. 

•98 Effects of Injuries and Climate. 

I, Presence of foreign bodies; 2, Mechanical injuries; 3, Excessive Exertion and 

Strain; 4, Excessive Venery; 5, Privation; 6, Bxoaustion ; 7, Chemical agents: 

8, Climate. 

.99 Other General Diseases. 

.991 Rheumatism, Rheumatic Fever. Gout. 

.992 Tumors. 

•993 Non-malignant. Cysts. Wens. 

•994 Malignant. Cancer. 

.995 Tul)ercle. 

.996 Scrofula. Rickets. 

.997 Myxoedema. Cretinism. 

.998 Leprosy. See also 614.546. 

617 Surgery. 

May be subdivided by a o like 610, if wished. 

•z Injuries. 

.1 1 Bums and Scalds. 

.12 Lightning and Electric Shock. 

.13 Contusions artd Abrasions. 

.14 Wounds. 

I, Incised; 2, Contused; 3, Lacerated; 4, Punctured; 5, Gun-shot, see 617.99 Military 
surgery; 6, With lodgment of foreign bodies; 7, With ff«»aattete separatioa of parts: 
8, Poisoned, see 615.9 Toxicology. 

.15 Fractures. 

.16 Dislocations. 

,17 Sprains. 

.18 Asphyxia. 

.2 Results of Injuries. 

Constitutional effects and other complications. See also 6.6.94, Septic 

.21 Shock. 

.22 Inflammation. 

.23 Abscess. Sinus. Fistula. 

.24 Ulcers. Sores. 

.25 Mortification. Gangrene. 

.26 Traumatic Fever. 

.27 Tetanus. See also 616.854. 



6x7-3 Orthopaedic Surgery. Deformities. 

For convenience the whole subject of deformities is classed here, thoogh many of them hMW% 
no surgical treatment. See also 573.8, Dwarfs and Giants; S7.^-9i Monstrosities; 
613.91 Congenital defects. 

.31 Incomplete Development or Growth. 
Divided like 611, Anatomy. 

.32 Incomplete Coalescence of Parts. Harelip. 

•33 Coalescence of Parts. 

.34 Extension of Commissure (Apparent Duplication). 

.35 Coalescence of Foetuses. Siamese Twins. 

.36 Supernumary Parts or Organs. Extra Fingers or Toes. 

.37 Disproportionate Growth of Parts. 

.38 Transposition or Displacement of Parts. 

.39 Congenital Distortions, including Talipes, Club Foot. 

.4 Surgical Operations. 

.41 Circulatory System. 

.42 Respiratory System. 

.43 Digestive System. 

.44 Glandular and Lymphatic System. 

.45 

.46 Genito-Urinary System. 

.47 Motor and Integumentary System. 

,dS Nervous System. 

.5 Regional Surgery. 

.51 Head. Trephining. 

.52 Face. Mouth. Sec 617.6, Dentistry; 617.7, Eye; 6x7.8, Ear. 

•53 Neck. Throat. 

.54 Chest. 

.55 Abdomen. 

.56 Pelvis. 

•57 Upper Extremities. Artificial Arms, Hands, etc 

.58 Lower Extremities. Artificial Legs, Feet, etc. 

.6 Dentistry. Diseases of Teeth. 

.61 Diseases of Dental Pulp. 

,62 Diseases of Dentine and Cementum. 

.63 Diseases of Dental Periosteum. 

.64 Malposition and Malformation of Teeth. 

.65 Odontalgia. Toothache. 

.66 Extraction of Teeth. 

.67 Stopping Teeth. 

.68 Transplanting Teeth. 

.69 Artificial Teeth. 

•7 Ophthalmic Surgery. Diseases of the Eye. 

.71 Conjunctiva. Cornea. Sclerotic. Ophthalmia. 

.72 Iris. Choroid. Ciliar\' Body. 

•73 Optic Nerve. Retina. 

.74 Lens and its Capsule. Vitreous Humor. Affections of the Globe. Cata 

ract. 

.75 . Disorders of Vision. 

Myupin, Shortsightedness, Astigmatism, Color-blindnesa. 

.76 Muscular Apparatus. Lachrymal Apparatus. 

Strabismus, Squint. 

,77 Eyelids. 

.78 Orbit and Neighboring Parts. 

.79 Artificial Eyes. 



6x7 •S Diseases of the Ear. 

.81 Affections of External Ear. 

82 Auricle. 

.S^ Auditory Canal. 

.84 Affections of Middle Ear. 

.85 Membrana Tympani. 

.86 Eustachian Tubes. 

.87 Mastoid Cells. 

.88 Affections of Internal Ear. 

.89 

.9 Operative Surgery. 

See 6i5.7Si( Anaesthetics. 

.91 Armamentaria. Surgical Instruments. 

.92 Orthopaedic Appliances. Splints, Trusses, etc. 
See 617.3, Orthopaedic surgery. 

.93 Surgical Dressings. 

.94 Amputation. Resection. 

.95 Plastic Surgery. 

.96 

•97 
.98 

.99 Military Surgery. 

618 Diseases of Women and Children. Obstetrics. 

.1 Gynaecology. Diseases of Women. 

.11 Ovary. 

.12 Fallopian Tube. 

.13 Periuterine Diseases. 

.14 Uterus and Cervix. 

.15 Vagina. 

.16 Vulva. 

.17 Functional and Symptomatic Disorders. 

Diseases of Menstruation. Leucorrhoea. Sterility. 
.18 

.19 Diseases of Breast. 

.2 Obstetrics. 

•21 Pregnancy. Physiology. 

.23 Diagnosis. Signs of Pregnancy. 

.23 Duration. 

.24 Hygiene. Management. 

.25 Multiple Pregnancy. Twins, etc. 

.3 Pathology of Pregnancy. 

Diseases of Pregnancy and their Treatment. 

,31 Ectopic Gestation. Extra-uterine Pregnancy 

.32 Pathology of Ovum. 

.33 Death and Retention of Foetus. 

.34 Pathology of Foetal Appendages. 

.35 Decidua. 

.36 Placenta. 

.37 Amnion. 

.38 Umbilical Cord. 

.39 Abortion. Miscarriage. Stillbirth. Molar Pregnancy. 

See i73<4i Infanticide; 340.6, Medical jurisprudence ; 343, Criminallaw. 



6i8.4 Parturition. Labor. Physiology. 

^I Mechanism of Lahoi. 

^2 Presentations. Positions. 

w^3 Clinical Course and Phenomena. 

#44 Conduct of Normal Labor. Management. 

•5 Pathology of Labor. 

Abnormal Labor from Faults? 

.51 of I*owers. Anomalies of Kxpelient Forces. 

.52 of Passages. Mechanical Obstacles to Expulsion of Fcctus. 

.53 of Child. Abnormalities of Fcttus. See 617.3, Dcfunnities. 

Complicati<ms. 

.54 Hemorrhage. 

.55 Rupture or Laceration of Genital Tract. 

.56 Retention of Placenta. 

.57 Inversion of Uterus. 

.58 Prolapsus Funis. 

.59 Other Complications. 

.6 Puerperal -State. Physiology. 

Management, including care of child. 

•7 Pathology of Puerperal State. Puerperal DiseaseSi 

.71 Diseases of Lactation. MilkFe\LT. Mastitis, etc. 

.72 Puerperal Fever. Sec 614.545, Public health. 

.73 Metritis. Peritonitis, >ce alsof.io.sS. Celluliti>. 

.74 Sei)ticaimia, see also 610.Q44. Pyaemia, sve .lU) 610.943. 

.75 Convulsions. Sec 616.845, Kcl.mipsia. 

.76 Puerperal Mania. See 132. i. Inanity. 

.77 Phlebitis. Venous Thrombosis. Phlegmasia Dulens. 

See 616.14, ])iseaM:.s of veins. 

.78 Other Puerj)cral Affections. 

.79 Sudden Death after Delivery. 

.8 Obstetric Operations. 

.81 Application of Lever and Forceps. 

.82 Version. 

.83 Embryotomy. 

.84 Dilatation of Os and Cervix. 

.85 Symphy>eotomy. 

.86 Caisap'an Secticm. 

.Sj Removal of Placenta. 

.88 Induction of Labor. Removal cf Ovum. 

.89 Intra-uierine Injections, .\nciseptics m :\lidwifery. 

.g Paediatrics. Diseases of Children. 

619 Comparative Medicine. Veterinarj'. 

.1 Horses. 

.2 Cattle. 

•3 Sheep, Goats. 

•4 Sv^ine. 

•5 Poultry. 

•6 Birds. 

•7 Dogs. 

.8 Cats. 

•9 Other. 



620 Engineering. 



.ot, Statistics; .02, Quantities and Cost ; .03, Contracts and Specifications; .04, Designs and 

Drawings; .05, Executive; .06, Working and Maintenance; .07, Laws; .08, Patents; 

,09, Reports. 
.X, Strength of Materials; .2, Compends; .3, Dictionaries, Cyclopedias; .4, Essavs; .5, 

Peri(xiicals; .6, Societies; .7, Study and Teaching; .8, Tables and Calculations; 

.9, History of Engineering. 

621 Mechanical Engineering. 

May be subdivided like 620 and 620.0. 

.1 Steam Engineering. See 536.81. - 'j .» -• v 

.11 Mechanism o£ Steam Engine. 

.12 Marine Engines and Ship Propulsion. See 099. 

.13 Locomotive Engines. 

.14 Traction Engines. 

.15 Portable Engines. 

.16 Stationary Engines. 

17 

.18 Steam Generation. Boilers. Furnaces. 

.19 Sieam Heating. See 697, 536.83, 6a8.8, 644. 

.2 ^Vater Engines or Motors. 

.21 Water Wheels. See 532.84. 

.22 Overshot and Breast Wheels. 

.23 Undershot Wheels. 

.24 Turbines. 

.25 Water Pressure Engines. See 532.8a. 

.26 Hydraulic Presses. sec 532.81. 

.27 Hydraulic Ram. See 532.83. 

.28 

.29 • Mill Dams. Sluices, etc. See 627.8. 

.3 Electrical Engineerinj;. 

.31 Dynamo Machines. See 537.83. 

.32 Electric Lighting. See 537.83. 

.33 Electric Railways. 

.34 Transmission of Electric Force. See 537.84. 

.35 Storage of Electric Force. See 537.84. 

.4 Air and Gas Engines and other Motoib. .^t,/: » * .*<^ 

.41 Caloric Engines. 

.42 Compressed Air Engines. 

.43 Ignited Gas Engines. See 536.82. 

44 Binary Vapor Engines. 

45 Windmills. 

.46 Animal Motors. Tread Mills. 

.47 Solar Engines. .^f </x^-/»''>^-*-^^«-^. -^ 

•5 Air Compressors. Ice Machines. " 

.6 Blowing and Pumping Engines. 

.61 Piston Blowers. 

.62 Rotary Blowers. Fans. 

.63 Centrifugal Blowers. 

.64 Steam Pumps and Pumping Engines. 

X)5 Piston Pumps. 

.66 Rotary Pumps. 

.67 Centrifugal Pumps. 

.68 Fire Engines. See 352.3, Fire Dep't; 6i4*84t Ftres. 

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621.7 Mills and Manufacturing Works. 

.8 Mill W^ork and Mechanism of Transmission. 

.81 Principles of Mechanism. See 531.8. 

.82 Journals, Shafting, etc. 

.83 Toothed Wheels. 

.84 Valve Motions and Gears. 

.85 Machinery and Mill Gearing. 

.86 Hoisting and Conveying Machinery. 

.87 Cranes and Elevators. 

.88 

.89 Lubricants. Friction. i>ee ai^o 531.41 Mechanics. 

.9 Machine Tools. 

.91 Planing Machines. 

.92 Grinding and Filing. 

.93 Cutting and Sawing. 

.94 Turning and Milling. Lathes. 

.95 Perforating. Drills. 

.96 Punching and Shearing. 

.97 Hammers. Riveting. 

.98 Bending. Straightening. Shaping. 

.99 Fastening. Bolts. Rivets. Screws. 

622 Mining Engineering, see auo 338.2, Mining products. 

May be subdivided like 620 and 620.0 ; e. g. Societies, 621.06; ^.ev^its, <tta.O09 

.1 Exploration and Prospecting. 

.11 Theory Applied Geology, etc. 

.12 Prospecting. Practical Methods 

Including Divining Rods. 

.13 Mineral Surveys. 

.14 Mine Surveying. 

.15 Magnetic Surveys. 

.16 Theory of Faults. See 551.87 ana ^$5.19. 

.17 
.18 

.19 Mining Prospectuses. See 553 

.2 Practical Mini^ig. 

.21 Excavation. 

.22 Quarrying. 

.23 Drilling and Blasting. 

.24 Deep Boring. 

.25 Shaft Sinking. 

.26 Tunneling and Driftinc- 

.27 Stoping. 

.28 Timbering. Masonry lining. See also 622.56 

.3 W^orking of Mines. Exploitation* 

•31 Open Workings. 

.32 Hydraulic Mining and Sluicing. 

.^^ Coal Mining. See 553.2 

.34 Metal Mining. See 553.3 and .4 

•35 Working Thick Deposits. 

.36 Salt Mining. See 553.6^ 



622.4 Ventilation and Lighting of Mines. 

41 Theory. Gases met with, etc. 

42 Natural Ventilation. 

43 Furnaces. Steam Jets, etc. 
.44 Fans. See 621.62. 

45 Airways. Stoppings. Regulators. 

.46 Measurement of Ventilation. 

47 Lighting. Safety Lamps, etc. 

.5 Drainage. 

.51 Theory of Infiltration of Water. 

52 Natural Drainage. 

•S3 Cornish Pumps. See 621.64. 

.54 Steam Pumns. See 621.64. 

.55 Hoisting of Water. 

.56 Dams and Watertight I Jnings. See also 622.28, Timbering. 

.57 Acid Waters. 

.6 Extraction. Hoisting and Transportation. 

.61 Handling Mineral in Working Place. 

.62 Underground Roads. 

.63 Mine Cars. Trams, etc 

.64 Gravity Roads and Planes. 

.65 Tramming and Animal Haulage. Se< 625.7. 

.66 Mechanical Haulage. 

.67 Hoisting Engines. Drums. Ropes. 

.68 Cages. Skips. Buckets. 

.69 Surface Transportation. 

Including Mineral Roads, Wire Rope-ways, Transhipment, Loading and Unloading, etc 

.7 Mechanical Preparation. Ore Dressing. 

.71 Theory. Preliminary Operations. 

.72 Hand Dressing. 

.73 Crushing. Stamping Engine. 

.74 Screening. 

•75 J>gg^"g- Ore Concentrators. 

.76 Slime Treatment. 

.77 Magnetic Separation. 

.78 Coal Washing. 

.79 Dressing Works. 

.8 Dangers and Accidents, Seeaiso6i3.6, Hygiene; 331.82, Laboring classes. 

.81 Explosions of Fire-Damp. 

.82 Mine Fires. 

.83 Crushing and Fall of Grouna. 

.84 Flooding of Mines. 

.85 Accidents to Mmers. 

.86 Rescue and Relief. 

87 

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623 Military and Naval Engineering. 

For Military and Naval Science, Maneuvers, Strategy and "Tactics, see 355 *x> 39^ 

.X Fortifications. Field and Permanent. 

.2 Siege Operations ; Mines, etc. 

.3 Defensive Operations. 

.4 Ordnance and Projectiles. Arsenals. 

•5 Gunnfery. 

.6 Military Roads and Bridges. 

.7 Military Signals ; Telegraph, Ballooning, etc 

.8 Naval Architecture, see ai&o 699, snip bmidinn- 

.9 Armored Vessels, Torpedoes, etc. 

624 Bridges and Roofs, 

.1 Piers. Foundations, etc. 

.2 Girders. Stresses and Strains. 

.3 Trussed Bridges. 

.4 Tubular Bridges. 

•5 Suspension Bridges. 

.6 Arched Bridges. 

.7 Compound Structures. 

.8 Movable Bridges. 

.9 Roofs. 

625 Railroad and Road Engineering, 

See also 624, Bridges: 622 2, Tunnels: 622.26, Excavations, etc.; 621.33, Electric rtilr 
ways. 

«i Route. Road Bed, Rails, Ties, etc. 

.2 Trains. Brakes, Couplings, Wheels, etc, seeeai.n, LocomochM. 

.3 Inclines and Mountain Railv^ays. 

.4 Elevated and Underground Roads. Subways. SeeaiaodM-yfl^ 

.5 Cable Roads. 

.6 Horse Cars. Tramways. 

.7 Roads. Highways. 

.8 Pavements, see also 628.47, sanitation of towns. 

.9 Ship Railways. 



626 Canal Engineering. 

I Route. 

.2 Water Supply. 

.3 Size and Shape. 

.4 Locks. 

.5 Lifts and Inclined Planes. 

.6 Canal Boats. Size, Shape, etc. s«e 699. shipbuilding. 

.7 Towing. Power, etc. 

.8 Irrigation Canals and other Irrigation Works. 

I Ship Canals. 

627 River, Harbor, and General Hydraulic Engineer- 

ing 

.1 Rivers. Force of ^Vater. Discharge. Bars. 

.2 Harbors. Breakwaters. 

3 Docks. Piers. Quays. Shipping Facilities. 

.4 Dikes and Levees. Embankments. 

.5 Other Protection and Reclamation of Land from Tides 

and Waves. Drainage. ForAgricuIturan)rainagesec63i. 

.6 Jetties. 

.7 Dredging. Dredging Machinery. 

.8 Dams. 

.g Lighthouses. Buoys. 

628 Sanitary Engineering. Water-works. 

.01, Theories, Utility: .02, Compends; .03, Dictionarieii : .04, Essays: .05, Periodicals; .06, 
Societies; .07. Study and Teachine; -08, Polvgraphy: .oc|, History and Description of 
Sanitation and General Sanitary Works, divided geographically like 930-999. 

.1 Water Supply of ToV^nS. For isolated supply see 628.7. 

.11, Sources of Water Supply : Lakes, Rivers, Springs, Wells, and Pumping. . 12, Pumping 
vs. (Jraviutirm Systems: Pump-well; btana-pipe; High Service; Holly System. 
13, Storage and .Service Reservoirs. .14, Conduits: Aqueducts; Tunnels (see 622). 
.15, Mains and Service Pipes; Freezing; Iron; Lead. .16, Impurities and their 
Removal ; Filter-basins, etc. .17, Public(Sprinkling, Fire, Flushing), Manufacturing, 
and Domestic Use and Waste ; Meters. 

.2 Sev^erage Works. 

.21 Sewerage Systems. 

1, Combined System; 2, Separate System; 1, Liemur System; 4, Shone System; 5, 
Berlier System; 6, Other Systems; 7, The Outfall; 8, Depth and Allig^ment; 
9, Grade and Velocity. 



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628.22 Shape and Size of Sewers. 



I, Stornvwater Flow; 2, Ordinary Flow; 3, Circtilar Section; 4, Ordinary Egg-Shape | 
5, Other Egg-Shapes; 6, Other Forms; 7, ; 8, Formulas for Size. 

.2} Ventilation of Sewers. 

I, Openings in Streets; 2, Lamp Posts; 3. Flues in Houses; t> Pipes on Houses. 
5, House Drains; 6, Chimneys and Furnaces; 7, Charcoal and Chemicals to 
deodorize sewerage gas; 8, Special Mechanism; 9, Special Construction. 

.24 Design and Construction of Sewers. 

.25 Sewer Appurtenances. 

I, Junctions; 2, House Connections; 3, Manholes and Lampholes; 4, Flushing Shafts 
and Fixtures; 5, Catch Basins and Inlets; 6, Traps and Ventilators; j, Valves and 
Penstocks ; 8, Overflows and Regulators ; 9, MisceUaneous. 

26 River Crossings. 

27 Intercepting and Outfall Sewers. 

28 Reservoirs and Tank Sewers. 

29 Pumping Stations. 

3 Disposal of Sewage. 

31 Physical Properties of Sewage. 

32 Deodorization and Disinfection of solids and liquids. See 638.137. 

33 Subsidence. 

34 Precipitation. 

I , Precipitation Tanks; 2, Mixing Machinery; 3, Filter Presses; 4, Precipitation by 
Salts of Alumina: 5, By Lime; 6, By Salts of Iron; 7, By Other Methods; 
Hf Disposal of Sludge ; 9, Miscellaneous. 

.35 Filtration. 

.36 Irrigation. 

I, B-oad Irrigation; 2, Ridge and Furrow Irrigation; 3, Flat Bed Irrigation; 4, Sub* 
Surface Irrigation: 5, Intermittent Downward Filtration; 6, Carriers and Appur> 
tenanccs; 7, Drains and Drainage of .Sewage Farms; 8, Filtration Areas; % 
Miscellaneous. 

.37 Sewage Farming. Required modifications of ordinary methods. 

■ 38 Sewage Manures. 

.39 Discharge into Sea, etc. 

.4 Sanitation of Towns. 

41 Middens and Privies. 

.42 Pail Systems. 

.43 Earth Closet Systems. 

.44 Domestic Ashes and Garbage. 

.45 Public Urinals and Latrines. 

46 Street Cleaning and Sprinkling. 

.4/ Pavements and Subways. 

.48 Trees in Streets and Squares. 

.49 Manufacture of Fertilizers from Town Wastes. 

.5 Industrial Sanitation. 

.51 Factories and Trades. 

I, Prevention of Dust and Fumes; 2, Protection of Throat and Eyes; 3, Protectioa 
against Infection ; 9, Special Trades. 

.52 Efliuvium Nuisances. 

,, Situation of Works; 2, Use of High Chimneys; 3, Condensation in Water; 4, Com- 
bustion in Furnaces ; 9, SpedalTrades. 

.53 Smoke Nuisance. 

8, From Steam Generators; 9, From Special Industries. 

.54 Disposal of Solid and Liquid Wastes. 

1, Discharge into Streams; 2, Absorbing Wells and Burial; n. Clarification bjr Sub- 
sidence; 4, Chemical Treatment; 5, Filtration; 6, Purification by the Soil; 9i 
Special Methods and Special Trades. 

.6 House Drainage. 

.7 Rural Water Supply. Villages and Country houses. 

.8 Ventilation and Heating, see 697, 644, 628.23, 622.4, 621.19. 

This head is chiefly for Ventilation. Most matter on Heating goes in 697. 

9 Lfighting. see 621.32, 537 83, 644, 665. 



629 Other Branches of Engineering. 



630 Agriculture. 

I, ; 2. Compends; 3, Dictionaries, cyclopedias: 4, Essays; 5, Periodicals, 

6, Societies ; 7, Study and teaching ; 8, ; 9, History, divided like 930-99. 

631 Soil. Fertilizers. Drainage. 

632 Pests. Hindrances. Blights. Insects. 

633 Grains. Grasses. Fibres. Tea. Tobacco, etc 

634 Fruits. Orchards. Vineyards. 

.9, Forestry. See also 715, Landscape gardening. 

635 Kitchen garden. Sce 716 for Flower gardens. 

636 Domestic animals. Sccalsofii9,Vetcrlnar>'medicinf; 599.7, ZoClogy. 
I Horses. Asses. Mules. see 682.1. Horseshoeing. 

.2 Cattle. 

.3 Sheep. Goats. 

4 Swine. 

,5 Poultry. 

6 Birds. 

7 Dogs. 

8 Cats. 

9 Other. Camels, etc. 

637 Dairy. Milk. Butter. Cheese. 

638 Bees. Silkworms. 

639 Fishing. Trapping. 

640 Domestic economy. Hotels. Flats. 

Sec also 334.4, Cooperative housekeeping; 331.S3, Laboring classes. 

64 1 Cookery. Gastronomy. 

642 Confectionery. Ices. 

643 Food. Dining. Carving. 

.See also 613.2-.3, Hygiene; 6A3, Ifeverages; 3'>4.i, Customs. 
644 Fuel. Lights. .Seealso697, 665, 621.32, 621. i.^ 

645 Furniture. Carpets. Upholstery. Plate. 

646 Clothing. Toilet. Cosmetics. 

Sec also 613.4, Hygiene ; 3^1, C<»Ntume and care <»f persim. 

647 Servants. Training. Duties. Wages. 

648 Laundry. 

649 Nursery. Children. Sick-room. 



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.08 


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Communication. Commerce. 

Office equipment and methods. 
Writing. Materials, typewriters, cipher. 
Abbreviations. Shorthand. 

Theories. Available material. Shading. Position. Detached vowels. 

Practicability for general use. Teaching in public schools. 

For methods see 653.07. 

Speed. See also 653.046, Verbatim reporting. 

Applications. 

.041, Personal notes and records; .042, Correspondence; .043, Amanuensis work; 
.044, Newspaper work; .045, Shorthand job offices ; .046, Official reporting, court 
and legislative ; .047, 

Periodicals. If strictly limited to one system, class with that system. 

Societies. •* " 

Education. Shorthand schools. Teaching, privately or in classes. 

History. Divided by countries like c)io-q()g. 

Abbreviations. Omissions of silent letters, vowels, etc. 

Covers desirability, dangers, lists, and all general matter about use of recognized 
abbreviations. See also 421.4, Phonetic spelling ; 42 1.8. Abbreviations. 

.2 Abbreviation systems. 

Brief longhand. Fonoscribing, etc. For telegraphic codes, see 652. 
Covers only systems of quick writing with common characters. 

.3 Stenographies. 

Includes both discussions and systems with arbitrary ~igns and new characters. 

.31, Before 1837; .32, Gumey; .33, Gabelsberger ; .3^, Stolze (Dettmann); .35, Taylor 
(Baker; Harding; Odell); .36, Cross; .37, Scovil; 8, DupIoy($ (Pemin, Sloan;. 

.4 Phonetic shorthand. Phonographies. 

Limited to phonetic stenography, i. e. brief sound writing. .5 and .6 include only 
systems using Izaac Pitman's consonants. 

.41, Before Pitman (1837); .42, Bell; .43, Jones; .44, Williams; .45, 

.5 Pitman old vowel scale systems. 

.51, Benn Pitman: .52, Graham ; .53, Scott- Brown; .54, Marsh; .55, Thornton ; .56, 
Haven ; .57, Allen ; .58, 

.6 Pitman new vowel scale systems. 

.61, Izaac Pitman; .62, Munsou ; .63, Longley ; .64, Burnz; .65, 

.7 Connected vowel systems. 

-71, Lindsley's takigrafy ; .72, Everett; .73, Barrows: .74, Bishop. 

.8 

.9 Foreign systems. Divided by languages like 400. 

The heads above are for Knglish systems or (as in .33) foreign systems adapted to and 
used for English. Other systems are grouped liere by languages, but history of 
shorthand in special countries is in 653.09. 

654 Telegraph. Cables. Signals. For codes see 65a. 

I Telegraphic instruments. 

,2 Duplex, quadruplex, multiplex telegraphs, etc. 

.3 Printing, perforating, dial telegraphs, etc. 

.4 Telegraphic construction ; poles, wires, conduits, etc. 

.5 Cables. Submarine. 

,6 Telephones. 

7 Alarms ; burglar, fire. Annunciators, bells. 

.8 Speaking tubes. Pneumatic tubes. 

Signals. See also 534.83, Navigati«)n signals; 623.7, Military signals. 



655 Printing. Publishing. Copyright. 

.1 History of printing. 

.XI Origin. Invention. 

.Ill Claims of Ciutcnberg, Mainz. 

.112 Claims of Coster, Haarlem. 

.12 Celebrations, anniversaries. 

I, 1640; 2, 1740; 3, 1823; 4, 1S40. 
.13-.19 Printing in special countries. Divided like 930-999. 

•2 Type and Type Setting. 

.21 Type founding. Tools of the art. 

.22 Electro and stereotyping, etc. Patent blocks. 

For Photo-€lcctrotypin}», see 777. 

.23 Patent types. Logotypes, etc. 

.24 Faces; sizes; styles. Specimen books. 

.25 Type setting. Composition. Proof reading. 
.26 Artistic composition. Taste. Display. Job work. 

.27 Imposition. Locking up, etc. 

.28 Type setting and distributing machines. Linotype. 

.3 Practical printing. For Callco printing, ste W,7.2. 
.31 I*rinting presses. 

.32 Press work. Making ready. Colors. Cuts. 

.33 Drying. Hydraulic pressing, etc. 

•34 

.35 Stamps, stencils, etc. 

.36 Machines. Paging, numoering, addressing, etc. 

See also 654.3, Printing; telegraphs; 651, TyjK; writers. 
.37 Nature printing. Fron> plants, etc. 

.38 Printing for blind. See also 371.91, Education of blind. 

.4 History of publishing and bookselling. 

Divided by countries like 93o-<)99. 

.5 Publishing and bookselling. 

.51 .Selection of mss. 

For Freedom of press r*. censorship, see 323 ; Morals of press, 179.1. 

.52 Relations to authors. Cop>Tight payments. Prices of ms.<>. bou^hf. 

.53 Size, paper, type, illustrations, binding. 

.54 Cost of manufacture. Retail prices and discounts to dc.iIerA. 

.55 Advertising, press copies and notices. See 659, Advertising. 

.56 Retail b(JOkselling. Prices and discounts to buyers. 

.57 Subscription book publishing. Canvassing. 

.58 • Publishing societies. 

.59 Publishing by governments, institutions, etc. 

.6 Copyright. Literary property. 

.61 Perpetual or cimunon law right. Including ethics of copyright. 

.62 Copyright in other matter than books. Mu«ic. mss.. lectures, trademarks. 

.63 Internation«ll copyright. See alsi» 341.5, International private law. 

.64-.69 Copyright in si>ecial countries. Divided like 94o-i/)<). 

656 Transportation. Railroading, eic. 

657 Book-keeping. Accounts. 

658 Business manuals. Methods. Tables. 

659 Advertisnig and other topics. 



66o Chemical Technology. 



.1, ; .2, Compends; .3, Dictionaries, Cyclopedias ; .4, Essays; .5. Periodicals, 

.6, Societies; .7, Study and Teaching; .8, ; .9, History of Chemical 

Technology. 

661 Chemicals. 

1 Chemical Elements. Divided like 546. 

2 Acids. Sulphuric, Nitric, etc. 

3 Alkalies. Potash, Soda, Ammonia. 

4 Salts. Fur Common Salt see 664.4. 

5 Ammonia Salts. 

6 Sulphates and Nitrates. 

7 Cyanides. 
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Pyrotechnics, Explosives, Matches, etc. 

Pyrotechnics. 

Explosives. see Blasting 622.23 ; Ordnance 623.4. 

Gunpowder. 

Fuses. Percussion Caps. 

Matches. 

Fuel. Coal, peat, natural gas, etc. 

Charcoal. Coke. see nlsr> 644, Domestic economy ; 669.8, Metallurgy. 
Artificial fuel. see also 644, Domestic economy ; 669.S, Metallurgy. 

JL>eVera^eS. see also 178, Temperance ; 614.35, Adulterations. 

Fermented. 

Wine. 

Brewed. 
Beer. 
Distilled. 
Artificial mineral waters. Soda water. 

Mixing drinks. Bar-keepers' manuals. 
Chocolate. Cocoa. Commercial mixing of teas, 
coffees, etc. 

Foods. 

For Adulterations sec 614.31, Public health. See also 641 and 643, Domestic economy. 

Sugar, molasses, glucose, etc. 
Starch, tapioca, sago, etc. 

Artificial butter. Oleomargarine. Lard, compound 
lard. 

For butter, milk, and cheese see 637, Dairy. 

Salt. 

Spices. Condiments. 

Yeast. Baking powder. 

For Bread see 641, Cookery. 

Preservation of fruits and vegetables. 
" ** meat and fish. 



665 Oils. Gases. Candles. Lamps. 

1 Candles. Torches. 

»2 Animal oils and fats. see alao 664.3. Foods. 

>3 Vegetable oils and fats. 

>4 Mineral oils. Paraffine. Ozocerite. Asphalturo« 

.5 Petroleum. Kerosene. 

>0 Lamps. see also 644, Domestic economy. 

7 Illuminating gases. Calcium light. 

.8 Other gases. 

•9 

666 Ceramics. Glass, etc. 

I Glass. See also 748, Stained glass. 

2 Enamel. 

3 Ceramics. see also 738, pottery, porcelaiu 

4 Clay. See also 553.61, Economic geology. 

5 Porcelain. 

6 Stoneware. Earthenware. Pottery. 

7 Bricks. jTileS. See also 691.4, Building materials ;6<)5.3,koofing. 

8 Artificial Stone. see also 691.3, Building matenaU. 

9 Cements. LfimeS. Mortars. see also 691.5. Buildir.gmateriaW 

667 Bleaching, dyeing, etc. 

1 Bleaching. 

2 Dyeing. Artificial colors. Silk and wool. 

3 Cotton dyeing and calico printing. 

4 Inks. Writing inks. Indelible inks. 

5 Printing inks. 

6 Paints and pigments. see also 698.1, House painting; 751, Fine ai\«. 

7 Varnishes. Polish. Lacquer, sec ai»o 698.3, vamishing. 

8 Japan. Blacking. 

9 

668 Other organic chemical industries. 

1 Soap. 

2 Glycerine. 

3 Glue. 

4 Gums and resins. 

5 Essences, perfumery, essential oils and ethers^ <^c^ 

See also 646, Toilet. 

6 Fertilizers. SceaUo 631, Agriculture. 

7 Distillation. Coal tar, etc. 

Metallurgy and assaying. 

History of metals goes here, not in 553, 622, nor 67.* 

1 Iron and steel. 

2 Gold and silver. 

3 Copper. 

4 Lead. 

5 Zinc. 

6 Tin. 

7 Mercury and other metals. 

8 Fuels and furnaces. Slags. 

9 Assaying. 



f fit 



670 Manufactures. 

Specific topics go where of most interest. These heads are for the gtntnd aabject of metal, 
wood, etc., manufactures, and for such specific manufactures as are not of more interest 
elsewhere. But an account of a specific manufacture is commonly most useful with its own 
subject; e.g., a steam engine is certainly made of meul, but its manufacture should |;o 
under 621.1, not 672. The character of the library often decides the place of greatest in- 
terest. An aericultural library would prefer the manufacture and everything about wood 
churns with the dairy, 637, while a manufacturing library might prefer it with other wood 
manufactures in 674. A jgeneral library will incline to the special^ subject, as a more minute 
classification is thus obtained, and references under 670 answer inquiries for all the library 
has on the subject of brass or rubber or paper manufactures. Whether groupt by use 
or material, if sought from the other standpoint, the references show the resources 
promptly. As a rule the use is the better classification, being more minute and oftener 
wanted. But if the uses are various the general head is better ; e. g., bells are for scores of 
distinct uses, but their manufacture is a unit ; but all churns are for toe dairy. 

671 Articles made of Metals. 

672 Of Iron and Steel ; Stoves, Cutlery, etc. 

673 Of Brass and Bronze; Bells, etc. secaiso739. 

674 Lumber and Articles made of Wood. 

675 Leather „ „ „ „ Leather. 

676 Paper „ „ „ „ Paper. 

677 Cotton, Wool, Silk, Linen, etc. /S^m? a^ /r^-ty. 

678 Rubber and Articles made of Rubber. 

679 Celluloid and other. 

680 Mechanic Trades. Amateur Man- 
uals. 

681 Watch and Instrument-making. 

682 Blacksmithing. 

.1 Horseshoeing. 

683 Lock and Gun-making. 

684 Carriage and Cabinet-making. 

685 Saddlery and Shoe-making. Trunks. 

686 Bookbinding. 

687 Clothes-making. Hats. 

688 

689 Other Trades. 



690 Building. 



For Architectural Construction, see 721. 



. I, Theories of Construction; .2, Compends, Manuals; .3, Dictionaries, Cyclopedias; .4, 
Essays, Lectures; .5, Periodicals; .6, Societies, Exhibitions; .7, Education, Study, 
Training,Apprenticeship, Tools and their Use (for the use of special tools see special 
trade); .8, Collections, Patents, Inventions: .9, History of Building Construction. 

691 Materials. Processes. Preservatives. 

See also 620.1, Strength of Materials. 

I Wood. Creosoting, etc. 

.2 Natural Stone. Parafining, etc. 

.3 Artificial Stone. Concrete. 

.4 Bricks. Tiles. Other Ceramic Productions. 

.5 Lime. Cement. Plaster. 

.6 Glass. 

.7 Iron. Steel. Anti-rust Processes. 

.8 Other Metals. 

J Other Materials. 

692 Plans. Specifications, etc. 

,1 General Drawings. 

.2 Detail Drawings. 

.3 Specifications. 

.4 Contracts. Agreements. Bids. Advertisements. 

.5 Estimates. Quantities. Cost. 

.6 Superintendence. 

.7 Supervision of Accounts. 

.8 Professional Services. Fees. Commissions. 

I Building Laws. Liabilities of Architects, OwnerSf 
and Contractors. 

693 Masonry. Plastering. Fire Proofing. 

.1 Stone Construction. 

.11 Bonds of Stone Work. 

.12 Cutting and Dressing of Stone. See 515.8, Stercotomy; 736, Stone Carving. 

.2 Brick Construction. 

.21 Bonds of Brick Work. 

.22 Adobe or Sun-dried Brick, etc. 

.3 Terra Cotta Construction. 

.4 Hollow Tile and Porous Terra Construction. 

.5 Concrete and Beton Construction. 

.6 Plastering. 

.61 External Plastering and Stucco. 

.62 Internal Plastering. 

.63 Ornamental Plaster-work. 

.64 Scagliola. 

.65 Wooden Lath. 

.66 Metal Lath. (Wire, etc) 

.67 Mineral Wool Linings, etc, 

.7 

.8 Fire Proofing. 
•9 



694 Carpentry. Joinery. Stair-building. 

I Wood Construction, General. 

.2 Joints of Wood-work. Framing. 

.3 Strengthened Beams. 

.4 Posts. Columns. See72i.3>- 

.5 Panelled and Latticed Construction. 

»6 Joinery, General. For Finishing, varnish, polish, etc., Me 698^. 

.7 Ornamental Joinery. Cabinet-work. 

.8 Stair-building. see 515-83, Stereotomy. 

Other branches, see 72x87-89. 

695 Roofing. Slating. Tiling. see 721.4, Roof Construcdoo^ 

I Shingle. 

.2 Slate. 

.3 Tile. 

.4 Metal. Tin. Copper. Lead. Zinc. 

.5 Iron. 

.6 Asphalt. Tar. Concrete. (Melted.) 

.7 Felt. Asbestos. Paper. (In rolls.) 

.8 Textile. Duck. Canvas. 

Thatch and other Coverings. 

696 Plumbing. Gas and Steam-fitting, etc 

. I Plumbing. See 628, Principles of Sanitation. 

.2 Gas-fitting. 

.3 Steam -fitting. 

.4 Rivets and Riveted Joints. 

.5 Screws and Screw Joints. 

.6 Rust or Calked Joints. 

.7 Anchors. Band Irons. 

.8 Other branches. 

Plumbing Laws, see also 614. 

697 Heating and Ventilation, see San.Eng., 628.8; Domestic Econ.. 644. 

I Fireplaces. 

,2 Stoves. 

.3 Furnaces. 

.4 Hot Water, high and low pressure. 

.5 Steam, high and low pressure. For toilers, see 621.18. 

.6 Gas. Coal Gas, Water Gas, Natural Gas. 

.7 Electric and Other Methods. 

.8 Smoke Flues and Chimneys. 

Ventilation. Air Ducts. Conduits. Fans. 

698 Painting. Glazing. Paper-hanging. 

I Painting. Oil. 

.2 Distemper and Fresco. 

,3 Varnishing. Polishing. 

.4 Other Modes of Protection. 

>5 Glazing. Scc 748, stained Glass. 

.6 Paper-hanging. 

.7 Textile Hangings. Tapestry. 

.8 Relief Work. Lincrusta. Stamped Leather, etc. 
Other branches. 

6gc) Car and Ship Buildmg. 



Kine Arts 



700 Fine Arts. 

701 Philosophy. Theories. Utility. -Esthetics. 

702 Compends. Outlines. 

703 Dictionaries. Cyclopedias. 

704 Essays. Lectures. Addresses. 

705 Periodicals. Magazines. Reviews. 

706 Societies. Transactions. Reports, etc. 

707 Education. Study and Teaching of Art. 

708 Art Galleries and Museums. 

.1 American. Corcoran, Metropolitan, Boston. 

.2 English. National, Hampton Court, Windsor. 

.3 German. Dresden, Munich, Berlin, Vienna. 

.4 French. Louvre, Luxembourg. v\. 

.5 Italian. Vatican, Sistine, Pitti, Medici, Borbonico. W 

6 Spanish. Madrid, Seyille. 

7 Russian. St. Petersburg, Herniitage. 

8 Scandinavian. Copenhagen. 

9 Other Countries. 

709 History of Art in General. Divided uke 930-90^ 

710 Landscape Gardening. 

71 1 Public Parks. 

712 Private Grounds. Lawns. 

713 Walks. Drives. 

714 Water. Fountains. Lakes. 

715 Trees. Hedges. Shrubs. 

See also 634.9, Forestry ; 582, Botany. 

716 Plants. Flowers. 

.1, Plants; .2, Flowers; .3, Conservatories; .4, Window gardens ; .St Ferneries. 

717 Arbors. Seats. Outlooks. 

718 Monuments. Mausoleums. 

719 Cemeteries. see aUo 393.1, Earth burial ; 614.61, Public health 



720 Architecture. 



.i,Theones, Estlietics, Architectonics ; .2, Compends, Manuals; .3, Dictionaries, Cfdo* 
pcdias: .4, Essays, Lectures; .5, PenodicaU; .6, Societies; .7, Education, Study, 
Training, Schools of Architecture; .8, Polygrnphy, Collections; .9, General Histofy 
of Architecture, divided geographically like 940-999. 

721 Architectural Construction. 

• I Foundations* see Bridge Engineering, 624.1, Foundationa. 

.II Dimension Stone. 

.12 Rubble Stone. 

.13 Concrete. 

.14 Sand or Gravel. 

.15 Timber Gratings. 

.16 Piles. Sand Piles. 

.17 Sunken Wells. 

.18 Sunken Tubes. 

.19 Other Foundations. 

.2 WaUs. 

.21 Wooden and Half-timbered. 

.22 Stone. 

.23 Artificial Stone, Concrete, Pise, etc. 

.24 Brick. 

.25 Bases. Water Tables. Belt Courses. 

.26 Arcades. Colonnades. 

.27 Cornices. 

.28 Gables and Pediments. See also 721.58, Gable Rooft. 

.29 Other Walls. 

.3 Piers. Columns. 

.31 Wooden. See also Carpentr\-, 694.4. 

.32 Stone. 

.33 Concrete. Artificial Stone. 

.34 Brick. Terra Cotta. 

.35 Iron. Steel. 

.36 Fire-proof. Protected. 

'37 
.38 
•39 

.4 Arched Constructions. 

See 624.6, Arched Bridges; and 729.33 and 729.37, elementary formt. 

.41 Arches, Circular. 

.42 Arches, other forms. 

.43 Vaults, Cylindrical. 

.44 Vaults, Groined. 

.45 Vaults, other forms. 

.46 Domes, CircuLir. 

.47 Domes, other forms. 
.48 

■49 



721.5 Roofs. See 695, Roof Coverings; 624.9, Engineering, Roofs. 

.51 Wooden. 

.52 Masonry. 

.53 Glass. 

.54 Metallic. 

.55 Windows. Openings in Roofs. 

.56 Roof Decoration. Cresting, Repousse work, Colored Tiles, etc S«e695.^ 

•57 Spires and Domes. 

.58 Gables. See also 721.28, Gable Walls. 

.59 Other forms of Roofs. 

.6 Floors and Flooring. 

.6i Wooden. Construction and Coverings. 

.62 Stone. " ** 

.63 Brick and Hollow Tile. " " 

.64 Metallic. Compound. " •* 

.65 Composite. " * 

.66 Parquetry. Coverings only. 

.67 Mosaics. " 

.68 Tiles. See 695.3, Roofing Tile. 

.69 Other Coverings. 

.7 Ceilings. 

.7 1 W^ooden. 

.72 Stone. 

,y^ Brick or Tiles with Iron. 

.74 Metallic. 

.75 Concrete. Plaster. 

.76 

'77 
.78 

.79 

For vaulted ceilings, see 721.4 and 729.34. 

.8 Doors. Gates. Grilles. Windows. 

.81 Doors, Wooden. 

.82 Doors, Metallic. 

.83 Doors, Sash, Lattice, Screen, etc. 

.84 Windows, Kxtcrnal. 

.85 Windows, Internal. 

.86 Enclosures of Doors and Windows. 

Architraves. Pilasters. Jambs. Pediments. Lintels, etc. 

.87 Shutters. Blinds. Screens. Grilles. 

.88 Fastenings. Locks. 

.89 Other details. 

.9 Iron and Composite Structures- 

For Strength of Material, see Engineering, 6ao.i. 

.91 Cast Iron. 

.92 Wrought Iron. 

.93 Steel. 

.94 Composite. 

.95 Iron and Wood. 

.96 Iron and Stone. 

.97 Iron and Hrick, Tile, Terra Cotta. 

.98 Iron and Glass. 

.99 Wood and Glass. 



722 



.1 
.a 

•3 
•4 



.6 

•7 
.8 

•9 



723 



.1 

.2 

•3 



.41 
.42 

•43 
•44 

•45 
.46 

•47 
.48 

•49 



724 



I 
.2 

'3 
4 

5 
.6 

7 
.8 



Ancient and Oriental Architecture. (Pagan.) 

See also 571^ Prehistoric Dwellings. 

Chinese. Japanese. 

Egyptian. 

Phenician. Tyrian. Jewish. Carthaginian. Cypriote. 

Indian (Asiatic). 

Hindoo, Buddhist, Jaina, Himalayan, Dravidian, Chalukyan, Indo-Aryan, Burmese, 
Siamese, Cambodian. 

Chaldean. Assyrian. Babylonian. Ancient Persian. 

Sassanian. 
Pelasgian. Etruscan. 

Roman. see 7*9.32 for Roman Orders. 
Grecian. see 729.32 for Greek Orders. 

Other. Aztec. Peruvian. Maya. Yucatan, etc. 

Mediaeval. (Christian. Mohammedan.) 

Early Christian. 

Byzantine. Armenian. Russian. 

Mohammedan. Saracenic, Moorish, Persian, Turkish, 

Indian. For Ancient Indian see 722.4. 

Romanesque. 

Scotch. Irish. 

English. Saxon. Norman. 

German. Austrian. 

French. Proven9al Norman. Angevin. 

Italian. Sicilian Norman. 

Spanish. Portuguese. 

Danish. Swedish. Norwegian. 
Minor Countries. 

Gothic or Pointed. Divided Uke 723.4. 

Modern. 

All the sub-sections of 724 are subdivided geographically like 940-999. 

Renaissance. 
Grecian Revival. 
Gothic Revival. 
Victorian Gothic. Tudor. 
Queen Anne. 
Nrfo-Grec. 
Swiss. Timber. 
Romanesque Revival. 
Other Styles. 



725 Public Buildings. 

I Administrative. Governmental. 



II 
12 

13 
14 

«5 
16 

18 
19 
•2 

21 

J22 

•23 
.24 

.26 

.27 
.28 

.29 



•31 

•3" 
.312 

•313 
•3H 

•315 
.316 

•317 

.318 

•319 

•32 

•33 

•34 

•35 

.36 

•37 

•38 

•39 



.42 

•43 
•44 

•45 
.46 

47 
48 

•49 



Capitols. Houses of Parliament. 

Ministries of War, State, etc. 

City and Town Halls. Bureaus. Public Offices. 

Custom Houses. Bonded Warehouses. Excise Office!. 

Court Houses. Record Offices. 

Post Offices, General and Special. 

Official Residences. Palaces of Rulers. 

Barracks. Armories. Police Stations. 

Engine Houses. Fire Alarm Stations. 

Business and Commercial. 

Stores, Wholesale and Retail. 

Mixed Store, Office, and Apartment Buildings. 

Office Buildings. Telegraph. Insurance. 

Banks. Safe Deposit. Savings. 

Exchanges. Boards of Trade. 

Markets. 

Cattle Markets. Stock Yards. 

Abattoirs. 

Other Business Buildings. 

Transportation and Storage. 

Railway Passenger Stations. 
Small (country) Stations. 
Large (city) " 

Union " 

Stations on two levels. 



Street-car Stations. 

Elevated R. R. Stations. 

Underground R. R. Stations. 
Railway Freight Houses. 

Railway Shops, Round Houses, Car Houses, Tanks, Stores* 
Dock Buildings. Wharf Boats and Houses. 
Warehouses. Cold Storage. Safe Deposit Storage. 
Elevators, Grain. 



Other. 

Manufactories. 

Textile Factories or Mills. Wool, Cotton, Silk. 

Breweries. Malteries. Distilleries. 

Foundries. Machine Shops. Iron and Steel Works. 

Wood-working Mills. Furniture Factories 

Carriage and Car Factories. 

Paper Mills. 

Mills for Flour, Meal, Feed, etc. 

Pottery, Glass, Terracotta, Brick Works. 

Other Manufactories. 



725*5 Hospitals and Asylums. see also 725.6. RelomatoneiL 

.51 Sick and Wounded. Eye and Ear. Incurables. Lying«4iL 

.52 Insane. 

.53 Idiotic. Feeble-minded. 

.54 Blind. Deaf and Dumb. 

.55 Paupers. Almshouses. 

.56 Aged. 

.57 Children. Orphans. 

.58 Foundling. 

.59 Soldiers* Homes. 

•6 Prisons and Reformatories. 

.61 State Prisons. Penitentiaries. 

.62 Jails. Cell Houses. 

.63 Reformatories for Adults. Houses of CorrecHoii. 

.64 Reform Schools. 

.65 Washingtonian Homes. Inebriate Asylums. 

.66 

.7 Refreshment. Baths. Parks. 

.7 1 Cafes. Restaurants. 

.72 Saloons. 

.73 Baths; Warm, Medicated, Turkish, Russian. 

.74 Swimming Baths. 

.75 Buildings for Watering Places, Spas, etc. 

.76 Buildings for Parks. 

.8 Recreation. 

.81 Music Halls. 

.82 Theatres. Opera Houses. 

.83 Halls for Lectures, Readings, etc. 

.84 Bowling Alleys. Billiard Saloons. 

.85 Gymnasiums. Turn Halls. 

.86 Skating Rinks. Bicycle Rinks. 

.87 Boat Houses. 

.88 Riding Halls and Schools. 

.89 Shooting Galleries. 

.9 Other Public Buildings. 

.91 Exhibition Halls. 

.92 Temporary Halls. Tabernacles. Wigwams^ 

.93 Workingmen's Clubs and Institutes. 

•94 

726 Ecclesiastical and Religious. 

.1 Temples. 

.2 Mosques. 

•3 Synagogues. 

•4 Chapels. Sunday-school Buildings. 

•5 Churches. 

.6 Cathedrals. 

•7 Monasteries. Convents. Abbeys. 

•8 Mortuary. Cemetery Chapels. Receiving Vaults. 

Tombs 

.9 Other. Y. M. C. A., etc. 



727 Educaiional and Scientific. 

•I Schools. 

Study and Recitation Rooms. Not including dormitory or boarding. 

.2 Academies. Seminaries. Boarding Schools. 

•3 Colleges. Universities. 

.4 Professional and Technical Schools. Law,Theology, etc. 

.5 Laboratories; Physical, Chemical see 542.1, Biological, 
etc. Zoological and Botanic Gardens sec also 590.7 and 580.7. 

.6 Museums. Herbariums see 580.7. 

.7 Art Galleries. Studios. 

•8 LfibrarieS. see 022, Libmry Buildings. 

.9 Other. Learned Societies, etc. 

728 Residences. 

.1 Tenement Houses. 

.11 City Homes of Poor. 

.12 Country " 

.13 Cit^s Ouvri^res. 

.2 Apartment Houses. Flats. Family Hotels. 

.3 City Houses. Mansions. Palaces. 

.31 Between party-walls. Stone. 

.32 " " Brick. 

.33 " " Partly wood. 

.34 Semi-detached, including end houses in city blocks. Stone. 

.35 " " " Brick. 

.36 " " " Partly wood. 

.37 Detached. Stone. 

.38 " Brick. 

.39 " Partly wood. 

•4 Club Houses. Buildings for Secret Societies. 

.5 Hotels. Inns. 

.51 City Hotels. 

.52 Summer Resorts. 

•S3 Country Inns. 

.6 Village and Country Homes. 

.61 Village Dwellings. On small lots. 

.62 Stone. 

.63 Brick. 

.64 Concrete or stucco. 

.65 Part masonry, part wood. 

.66 All wood. 

.67 Farm Houses. 

.68 Laborers* Cottages. 

•7 Seaside and Mountain Cottages. Chalets. 

.8 Country Seats. 

.81 Castles. 

.82 Chateaux. 

.83 Manor Houses. 

.84 Villas. 






728.9 Out-Buildings. 

.91 Porter's Lodges. 

.92 Servants' Quarters. 

.93 Kitchens and Laundries. 

.94 Stables. Carriage Houses. 

.95 Barns. Granaries. 

.96 Dairies. 

.97 Ice Houses. 

.98 Conservatories. Green Houses. Graperies. 

.99 Other. 

729 Architectural Design and Decoration. 

.1 The Elevation. 



.11 


Composition. 


.12 


Distribution. 


•13 


Proportion. 


.14 


Light and Shade. 


.16 


Perspective effect. 


.18 




.19 






For projection of shadows and graphics of light and shadow see 515*63 and 515.9U 


.2 


The Plan. 


.21 


Elements required. 


.22 


Distribution. 


•23 


Proportion. 


.24 




•25 




.26 




•27 




.28 




.29 




•3 


Klementary Forms. For construction of these forms see 731. 


•31 


Walls. Mouldings. Cornices. 


•32 


Piers, Columns, Pilasters, Pedestals and the Orders. Colonnades. 


•33 


Arches and Arcades. 


•34 


Vaults and Domes. 


•35 


Roofs. Spires. Dormers. 


.36 


Towers. 


'Z7 


Gables and Pediments. 


.38 


Doors and Windows. Bays. Oriels. 


•39 


Stairs and Balustrades. See also 515.83, Stereotomy ; 604.8, Building. 


.4 


Painted Decoration. 




See also 729.7. Mosaic 


.41 


Vegetable forms. 


•42 


Animal forms. 


•43 


Grotesque forms. 


.44 


Conventional and Geometric Forms. 


•45 


Painted Moldings. 


.46 


Painted Friezes and Panels. 


•47 


Painted Columns and Pilasters. 


.48 


Painted Ceilings and Vaults. 


.49 


Painted Walls. 



729«5 Decoration in Relief. For Bas Relief and Figure Camng see 73a 

.51 Vegetable forms. 

.52 Animal forms. 

.53 Grotesque forms. 

.54 Conventional and Geometric forms. 

.55 Carved Moldings. 

.56 Carved Friezes and Panels. 

.57 Carved Columns and Pilasters. 

.58 Carved Ceilings and Vaults. 

.59 Other Carved Ornament. 

.6 Incrustation and Veneering. 

.61 Of External Walls (in brick, stone, or marble, tiles, etc). 

.62 Of Interiors. ' 

.63 Intarsia and Inlay. 

.64 Niello- work. 

.65 Enamel Decoration. 

.66 

.67 

.68 

.69 

.7 Mosaic. 

.71 Mosaic Ceilings. 

.72 Mosaic Walls. 

.73 Mosaic Floors. 

.74 Other Mosaic designs. 

•75 
.76 

'77 
.78 

•79 

.8 Stained Glass DeSlCrn* Fur technical processes see 666.1; for lustory see 748 

.81 Geometric Windows. 

.82 Medallion Windows. 

.83 Canopy Windows. 

.84 Figure Windows. 

.85 Mosaic Windows. 

.86 Other kinds of stained glass. 

.87 

.88 

.89 

.9 Architectural Accessories and Fixed Furniture* 

.91 Altars. 

.92 I'ulpits. Tribunes. 

.93 Dais. Thrones. 

.94 Huffets. 

.95 Mantels. Overmantels. 

.96 Screens. Rood Screen. Reredos. 

•97 
.98 

•99 



730 Sculpture. 

731 Materials and Methods. 

732 Ancient. 

733 Greek and Roman. 

734 Medieval. 

735 Modern. 

736 Carving. Seals. Dies. Gems. Cameos. 

737 Numismatics. Coins. Medals. 

738 Pottery. Porcelain. 

739 Bronzes. Brasses. Bric-a-brac. 




740 Drawing. Decoration. Design. 

741 Free-hand. Crayon. Sketching from Nature. 

Caricatures. Cartoons. 

Collections on any subject go with that subject with reference from 741. 

742 Perspective, see also 5.5 6. 

743 Art Anatomy. Life School. 

744 Mathematical and Scientific Drawing, see 515. 

745 Ornamental Design. Woven Fabrics. Car 

A pels. Wall Paper, etc. 

746 Art Needlework. Fancy Work. 

747 Interior Decoration. Distemper. Fresco. 

Polychrome. 

748 Stained and Iridescent Glass. For Leading, see 698.5. 

749 Artistic Furniture. Fireplaces. Frames, etc. 

750 Painting. 

751 Materials and Methods. 

752 Color. See 535-6, Optics. 

753 Epic. Mythic. Idealistic, see 759 3, German school. 

754 Genre. Still Life. See759.4. French; and 7599, Belgian. 

755 Religious. Ecclesiastic. see 759 5. HaUan, and 759 6, Spanish. 

756 Historical. Battle Scenes. 

757 Portrait. 

758 Landscape and Marine. Animals. Flowers. 

759 Various Schools of Painting. 

I, American; 2, English; 3, German; 4, French; 5, Italian; 6, Spanish; 7, Slavic; 8, 
Scandinavian ; 9, Other Schools. 



760 Engraving. 

761 Wood. 

762 Copper and Steel 

763 Lithography. 

764 Chromolithography. 

765 Line and Stipple. 

766 Mezzotint and Aquatint. 

767 Etching. Dry Point. 

768 Bank Note and Machine. 

769 Collections of Engravings. 

770 Photography. 

771 Materials. Photographic Chemistry. 

772 Silver Processes. Daguerreotype. Talbo- 

type. Collodion Process. Ambrotype, 
etc. Dry-Plate Processes. 

773 Gelatine and Pigment Processes. Woodbury- 

type. Carbon Process. Lambertype. Auto- 
type, etc. 

774 Gelatine and Printer's Ink Processes. Alber- 

type. Heliotype. Artotype, etc. 

775 Photo-lithography, etc. 

776 Photozincography, etc. 

777 Photo-engraving and Photo-electrotyping. 

778 Special Applications. see s:*^ 'M. A^mmcmy. Scc 578, Mioo«opy. 

779 Collections of Photographs. 



780 Music. 



.1, PhiloM»phy And /Esthetics of Music; .2, Compends: .3. Dictionaries; .4, Essays; .5, Period- 
icals; .6, Societies; .7, tkiucation, ConsciAatoric* ; .H, Polygraphy, Libraries; .9, 
History, divided by countries, like 930-9QQ. All heads include both the music itself and 
everything about it : Score, Libretto, Historj', Criticism, etc. 

781 Theory of Music. 

.1 Mathematical and Physical. 

.2 Elementary and General. 

.3 Harmony. Thoroughbass 

.4 Counterpoint. 

.5 Musical Form. 

.6 Composition and Instrumentation. 

.7 Oriental Theories and Forms. Russian Music. 

.8 Ancient Grecian Theories, Modes, and Forms. 

•9 

782 Dramatic Music. 

,1 Grand Opera. 
,2 Epic. Wagnerian. 

,3 Other German Grand Opera. 

.4 French Grand Opera. 

.5 Italian Grand Opera. 

.6 Comic and Satirical. 

.7 Opera Bouffe. 

.8 Operettas and Cantatas, see 783.4 

I Pantomimes. Masks, etc. 

703 OaCreQ IVIUSIC. See24S,Hyranology, sacred Poetry for hymns alone; if %^-ith tunes 

ihev go in 783.9; 786.S, Organ; 246.7-8, Erangelistic use and Eucharistic music; 264.2, 
Public Worship. 

.1 Organ and Orchestral. Accompaniment. 
.2 Cathedral Services. Masses. Vespers, etc. 

.21, Mass. Communion Services; .22, Common of the Mass; Kyrie, Gloria 
in Excelsis, Credo, Benedictus, Agnus Dei; .23, Proper of the Season; 
Offertory, Sequence, Gradual, Tract; .24, Choral Service ; Antiphona], 
Responsive; .25, Plain Song; .26, Litanies; .27, I^nten and Penitential; 
Good Friday, •* Reproaches " ; .28, Festival; Christmas, EUtster, etc.; .29^ 
Processional. Recessional. 

.3 Oratorio. Passion Music. 

.4 Anthem. Motet. Sacred Cantata. Polyphonic School, 
Palestrina. i6th Century. 

.5 Chant. Gregorian. Anglican. 

.6 Chorale. Tune. Carol. 

.7 Evangelistic. Mission. Revival. Sunday School. 

.8 Choir. Men and Boys. Quartet. Chorus. 

.9 Congregational Singing. Psalmody. Hymnody. 



784 Vocal Music. 

.1 Glee. Madrigal. Round. Catch. 

.2 Aria. Cavatina. Recitative, e. g. in Oratorio, Mass, Opera. 

.3 Ballad and Song. Romantic. Idyllic. Sentimental, e. g. 
Modern German. 

.4 Popular Ballads. Volkslied. e. g. Irish, Scotch, etc. 

.5 Festival, e. g. Saengerbund. Eisteddfod. Competitive. 

.6 College, Society Songs, and Choruses. 

.7 Negro Minstrelsy. Plantation Songs. 

.8 Collected Songs. 

.81, Solos; .82, Duets; .83. Trios; .84, Quartets; .85, Other Part Songs; .86, 
Choruses; .87, Collections for Male Voices; .88, Collections for Female 
Voices ; .89, Other Special Collections. 

.9 Vocal Hygiene, Culture, Development, and Methods. 
Tonic-Sol-Fa. 

785 OrcheSt ral Music. For Dramatic Orchestral Music, see 78a ; Sacred, 783. i. 

.1 Symphony. Three or more movements ; e. g. Adagio, 
Andante, Allegro, Allegretto, Scherzo, Finale, etc. 

.2 Dramatic, Illustrative, Descriptive, Imitative. 

e. g. Mendelssohn's Mid-Summer Night's Dreanu 

.3 Romantic. Idyllic. 

.4 Program Music. 

.5 Overture, e.g. Beethoven's ** Leonores.'* 

.6 Concerto. Orchestral with Solo Instrument. 

.7 Chamber Music. 

.8 Suite. 

.9 Arrangements. Transcriptions. Pot Pourris. 

786 Piano and Organ. 

.1 Piano. History. 

.2 Manufacture. Tuning. Temperament. 

.3 Instruction. 

.4 Piano Music. General Collections. For Piano concerto, see 785.6. 

.41 Sonata. Sonatina. Rondo. 

.42 Fantasia. Arabesque. 

•43 Nocturne. Meditation. Songs without Words. Romantic. Descriptive. 

.44 March and March-form. Polonaise. Polka. Mazourka. 

.45 Dance-form. National. Classical. Idealized. 

.46 Modern Dance Music. Society. Festive. 

.47 Etudes. Artistic. For Etudes for Instruction, ^ee 7^>.^. 

48 Variations. Transcriptions. 

49 Arrangements. Four Hands and more. e. g. Orchestral Music arranged 

for Piano. 



786.5 Organ. History. 

.6 Building. 

.7 Instruction. 

•8 Organ Music. See 783, Sacred Mu«c 

.Si Sonata. .S2 Fugue. .83 Preludes. .84 Interludes. .85 Postludes. .S6 
Offertories. .87 Voluntaries. Improvisation. .88 Organ and Piano. 
.89 Organ, Piano, and Orchestra. 

.9 Cabinet Organ. Melodeon. 

787 Stringed Instruments. 

Including A^-ith each, History, Manufacture, Instruction, Muxic, etc Muaic for two instrumeoc* 
is ])ut ^itii tlie one nio^t prominent in the composition. 

Bowed. 
.1 Violin. 
.2 Viola. 
.3 Violoncello. 
.4 Double Bass. Contra Bass. 

Plectral. 
•5 Harp. 

.6 Guitar. Lute. Mandolin, etc. 
.7 Banjo. 
.8 Zither. 
.9 Other Stringed Instruments. Harpsichord. 

788 Wind Instruments. 

Including with each, History, Manufacture, Instruction, Music, etc 

Brass. 
.1 Trumpet. Slide and Valve. 

.2 Trombone. 

.3 Cornet. 

.4 Horns and other Brass Wind Instruments. 

.41 French Horn. 

.42 Saxhorn. 

.43 Saxophone. 

.44 Euphonium. 

.45 Ophicleide. 

.46 Key Bugle. 

.47 Valve Bugle. 

.48 Bass. Tuba and Contrabass Tuba. Serpent. 

49 Other. 

Wood. Flute Group. 
•5 Flute. Waldflute. Piccolo. Fife. Flageolet. 

Wood. Reed Group. 
.6 Clarinet. Bass Clarinet. Bassethorn. 
.7 Oboe. D'amore. Da Caccia. Cor Anglais. 
.8 Bassoon. Double Bassoon. Bombardon. 
.9 Other Reed Wind Instruments. Bagpipe. 



:.v 



789 Percussion and Mechanical Instruments. 

Percussion. 

.1 Drum. 

.2 Cymbals. 

.3 Triangle. 

.4 Tambourine. Castanets. Bones. 

.5 Bells. Chimes. Carillon. 

.6 Other Percussion Instruments. Xylophone, 

Mechanical. 
.7 Orchestrion. 
.8 Music Box. 
.9 Other Mechanical Instruments. 

Ethics of amusementSt see 175. 



790 Amusements. For 

791 Public Entertainment, 



Concert, Panorama, Circus, Menagerie, Summer Resort, Garden, Rink, Museum, Fair 
Festival. 

792 Theater. Pantomime. Opera. se^ja«) 78a, Dramatic 

793 In-door Amusements. 

Private Theatricals, Tableaux, Charades, Dancing. 

794 Games of Skill. 

Chess, Checkers, Billiards, Bowling, Bagatelle. 

795 Games of Chance. 

Cards, Dice, Backgammon, Dominoes. 

796 Out-door Sports. 

Children's Sports, Athletic Sports, Coasting, Skating, Cycling, Quoits, Archery, Croqnet| 
Lawn Tennis. 

797 Boating and Ball. 

Rowing, Yachting, Base-ball, Foot-ball, Cricket, Polo. 

798 Horsemanship and Racing. 

799 Fishing, Hunting, Target Shooting. 



Literature. 



The classification of literature is by language not country, except that North and South American are sepa- 
rated from other English. Canadian French goes with 840: Australian and Indian English with 820; South 
American Spanish with 860, etc. Numbers assigned to individual authors include only their literary works of that 
section and complete works which cannot be divided. Books on other subjects go with their proper subjects, unless 
■\ "special library *' attracts all the authors' works, lives, etc. An author writing in two periods has all his books 
put in the one wnere most of them belong. 

800 Literature. General Works. 

801 Philosophy. Theories. Literary Esthetics. 

802 Compends. Outlines. 

803 Dictionaries. Cyclopedias. 

804 Essays. Lectures. Addresses. 

805 Periodicals. Magazines. Reviews. 

806 Societies. Transactions. Reports, etc. 

807 Study and Teaching of Literature. 

808 Rhetoric. Treatises. Collections. 

Divided .r, Poetry; .2, Drama; .3, Fiction; .4, Essays; .5, Oratory; see also 784.9, Vocal 
Culture-; .6, Letters; Epi^tolography ; ,7, Satire, Humor; .8, Collections too general 
to go with anv one language, e. g. a book of Quotations from many languages. 

These heads, and the same under 809, include only works about Poetry, etc., regardless of 
language. 

809 History of Literature in general- indudinggenerai historic. 

of books and knowledge ; e. g. HallamS Literature of Middle ages. 
Divided like 808. .1, Poetry; .2, Drama; .3, Fiction, etc. 

810 American Literature. 



Includes Canadian English. 



, 1, Philosophy; .2, Compends; .3, Dictionaries; .4, Essays on American Literature; .5, Periodi- 
cals; .6, Societies; .7, Study and Teaching; .8, Collections; .9, History of American 
Literature. 



811 American Poetry. 



.02, Dramatic: .o«, Romantic and Epic; .04, Lyric, Ballads; .05, Didactic; .06, Descriptive; 
.07, Satirical and Humorous; .08, Collections; <h;, Histor>' of American Poetry. 

.1 Colonial, 1607-1776. 

.11 Sandys, George 1 577-1644 

.12 Bradstreet, Anne 161 2-1672 

.13 Wigglesworth, Michael 1631-1705 

.14 Green, Joseph 1706- 1780, 

.15 Livingston. William 1 723-1790, 

.16 Ferguson, Elizabeth 1 739-1801 

.2 Post-Revolutionary, 1 776-1830. 

.21 Trumbull, John 1750-1831. 

.22 Dwight, Timothy .1752-1817. 

.23 Barlow, Joel 1 755-181 2. 

.24 Freneau, Philip 1752-1832. 

.25 Alsop, Richard 1761-1841. 

.26 Pierpont, John 1 785-1866. 

.27 Dana, Richard Henry 1 787-1879. 

-28 Sprague, Charles ' 791-187 5. 

.29 Minor Poets. 



8x1.3 Middle xgth Century, 1830-1861. 



813 



•3» 


Hallcck, Fitz-Grccne 


I 790-1867. 


•32 


Poe, Edgar Allan 


1809-1849. 


'33 


Bryant, William Cullen 


1794-1878. 


•34 


Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth 


1807-1882. 


•35 


Read, Thomas Buchanan 


1822-1872. 


•36 


Whittier, John Greenleaf 


1807-1892. 


'37 


Lowell, James Russell 


1819-1891. 


•38 
•39 

•4 


Whitman, Walt 


1819-1892. 


Later 19th Century, 1861- 


« 


41 


Stoddard, Richard Henry 


1825- 


.42 


Hayne, Paul Hamilton 


1831-1886. 


•43 


Stedman, Edmund Clarence 


'833- 


.44 


Winter, William 


1836- 


•45 


Miller, Cincinnatus Hiner, (Joaquin.) 


1841- 


.46 


Taylor, Rayard 


1825-1878. 


A7 






48 






.49 


American Drama. 




.1 


Colonial, 1607-1776. 




.11 


Warren, Mercy 


1728-1814. 


.12 


Godfrey, Thomas 


1 736-1 763. 


•13 

.2 


Post-Revolutionary, 1776-1830. 




.a I 


Tyler, Royall 


i757-'826. 


.22 


Dunlap, William 


1 766-1839. 


•23 


Hillhouse, James Abraham 


1789-1841. 


.24 


Ingersoll, Charles Jared 


1782-1862. 


—5 

•3 


Middle 19th Century, 1830-1861. 


•31 


Ritchie, Anna Cora Mowatt 


i8i8-i87a 


•32 


Mathews, Cornelius 


1817-1889. 


•33 
•34 

.4 

.41 


Boker, George Henry 


1823-1890. 


Later 19th Century, 1861- 




American Fiction. 




.1 


Colonial, 1607-1776. 




.2 


Post-Revolutionary, 1776-1830 




.21 


Brackenridge, Hugh Henry 


i748-i8id 


.22 


Rowson, Susanna 


I 762-1 824. 


•23 


Brown, Charles Brockden 


1771-1810. 


.24 


Cooper, James Fenimore 


1789-1851. 


•25 


Ware, William 


1797-1852. 


.26 


Neal, John 


I 793- I 876 


.27 






.28 







.29 



8j3-3 Middle igth Century, 1830-1861. 



814 



815 



•31 


1 hompson, Uaniel nerce 


i795-i50». 


•32 


Kennedy, John Pendleton 


1795-1870. 


•33 


Hawthorne, Nathaniel 


1 804- 1 864. 


•34 


Judd, Sylvester 


1813-1853. 


•35 


Simms, William Gilmorc 


1806-1870. 


•36 


Melville, Herman 


1819-ioyi. 


•37 


Stowe, Harriet Beecher 


181 2- 


.38 






•39 






•4 


Later igth Century, iiJ6i- 




•41 


Alcott, Louisa May 


1832-1888. 


42 


Eggleston, Edward 


1837- 


•43 


Howells, William Dean 


1837- 


•44 


Aldrich, Thomas Bailey 


1836- 


•45 


Harte, Francis Bret 


i839-tvv^5A<iox. 


.46 


James, Henry 


1843- 


•47 


Hawthorne, Julian 


1846- 


.48 


Burnett, Frances Hodgson 


1849- 


•49 


Minor Novelists. 




^ ^ 


•^Xo^l^UXo^-^r:^. \'?>-6N- 


^02,. 


\ 


American Essays. 


' 


.1 


Colonial, 1607-1776. 


• 


.2 


Post-Revolutionary, 1776-1830 


• 


.21 


Rush, Benjamin 


1745-1813. 


.22 


Webster, Noah 


1 7 58-1843. 


•23 


Channing, William Ellery 


1780-1842. 


•3 


Middle 19th Century, 1830-1861. 


•31 


Ossoli, Margaret Fuller 


1S10-1850. 


•32 


Giles, Henry 


i8oc^i882. 


•33 


Tuckerman, Henry Theodore 


1813-1871. 


•34 


Holland, Josiah Gilbert 


1819-1881. 


•35 


Whipple, Edwin Percy 


1819-1886. 


.36 


Emerson, Ralph Waldo 


1803-1882. Sec 'Iso 191.3. 


•37 


Curtis, GeoriTc William 


I 824- I 892 


.4 


Later 19th Century, 1861- 




.41 
.42 

•43 
.44 

< 


Burroughs, John 


1837. 

• 


American Oratory. 




.1 


Colonial, 1607-1776. 




II 







.12 

.2 

.21 
.22 

•23 
.24 

•25 
.26 

.27 
.28 



Post-Revolutionary, 1776-1830. 

Hamilton, Alexander 
Ames, Fisher 
Wirt, William 
Randolph, John 
Clay, Henry 
Calhoun, John Caldwell 
Webster, Daniel 



1757-1804. 
1758-1808. 
1772-1834. 

i773->833^ 
1777-1852. 

I 782-1850. 

I 782-1852. 



.29 



815.3 Middle 19th Century, 1830-1861. 

.31 Everett, Edward. 1794- 1865. 

.32 Choate, Rufus. ^799-1859. 

.33 Sumner, Charles. 1811-1874. 

.34 Phillips, Wendell. 1811-1884. 

.35 Chapin, Edwin Ilubbell. i8i4-i88a 

.36 Beccher, Henry Ward. i8 13-1887. 

.4 Later 19th Century, 1861- 

.41 
.42 

•43 

816 American Letters, subdivided by periods, uke sn. 

817 American Satire and Humor. 



.11 


Ward, Nathaniel. 


1570-1653. 


.12 


Alsop, George. 


1638- ? 


•13 


Byles, Mather. 


1706-1788. 


.14 


Hopkinson, Francis. 


1737-1791- 


•15 


Peters, Samuel Andrew. 


1735-1826. 


.2 


Post-Revolutionary, 1776-1830. 




.21 


Story, Isaac. 


I 774-1803. 


.22 


Fessenden, Thomas Green. 


1771-1837. 


•23 


Paulding, James Kirkc. 


I 7 79- I 860. 


.24 


Irving, Washington. 


1 783-1859. 


•25 
.26 


Verplanck, Gulian Crommelin. 


I 786-1870. 


•27 
.3 


Middle 19th Century, 1830-1861. 


•31 


Neal, Joseph Clay. 


I 807- 1847. 


•32 


Holmes, Oliver Wendell. 


1809- 


'33 


Shelton, Frederick William. 


1814-1881. 


•34 


Shillaber, U. P. (Mrs. Partington.) 


1814-1890. 


•35 


Saxe, John Godfrey. 


1816-1887. 


.36 


Cozzens, Frederick Swartout. 


1818-1869. 


'37 


Browne, C. F., (Artemus Ward.) 


1834-1867. 


.38 


Haliburton, Thomas Chandler. 


1 796-1 86 5. 


•39 


Minor Satirists and Humorists. 




.4 


Later 19th Century, 1861- 




.41 


Warner, Charles Dudley. 


1829- 


.42 


Locke, David Ross, (Nasby.) 


1833-1888. 


•43 


Burdette, Robert J. 


1844- 


•44 


Clemens, S. L., (Mark Twain.) 


1835- 


•45 


Carleton, William. 


1845- 


.46 


Shaw, Henry W., (Josh Billings.) 


1818-1885. 


•47 







818 American Miscellany. 

.3 Middle 19th Century, 1830-1861. 

.31 Thoreau, Henry David. 1817-1862. 

.32 Mitchell, Donald Grant. (Ik Marvel.) 1822- 



820 English Literature. 



820.1, Philosophy; .2, CoropMends; .3, Dictionaries; .4, Essays on English Literature; 
.5, Periodicals ; .6, Societies ; .7, Study and Teaching ; .8, Collections ; .9, History. 



821 English Poetry. 



M»t Dramatic; .03, Romantic and Epic; .04, Lyric, Ballads; .05, Didactic; .06, Descriptive; 
.07, Satirical and Humorous ; .08, Collections ; .09, History of English Poetry. 



.1 


i5:arly Knglish, lo 


66-1400. 


.11 


Layamou 




1 150-1207. 


.12 


Ormin 


• 


1 187-1237. 


•»3 


Robert of Gloucestei 


r 


1 245-1 307. 


.14 


Minot, Lawrence 




I3I3-I3S2- 


•15 


Langland, William 




I332-I399^ 


.16 


Barbour, John 




«3>6-i395^ 


.17 


Chaucer, Geoffrey 




1 340- 1 400. 


.18 


Gower, John 




1 32 5- 1 408. 


.19 


Minor Writers. 






.2 


Pre-EHzabethan, 


1400- 


1558. 


.21 


Lydgate, John 




1369-1461. 


.22 


Skelton, John 




1 460- 1 529. 


•23 


Dunbar, William 




I 460-1 520. 


.24 


Douglas, Gavin 




1474-1522. 


•25 


Hawes, Stephen 




1483-1509. 


.26 


Lyndsay, Sir David 




i490-iSS5^ 


.27 


Wyatt, Sir Thomas 




1 503-* 542. 


.28 


Surrey, Henry 1 1 oward, earl of 1 5 1 7- 1 547. 


.29 


Minor Writers. 






•3 


Elizabethan, 1558-1625. 




•31 


Spenser, Edmund 




1553-1599- 


•32 


Sidney, Sir Philip 




1 554- 1 586. 


ZZ 


Daniel, Samuel 




1 562-1619. 


•34 


Drayton, Michael 




1563-1631. 


•35 


Davies, John 




1 569-1626. 


•36 


Dnimmond, William 




1 58 5- 1 649. 


'V 


Fletcher, Giles and Phineas 


1585-1650. 


.38 


Herbert, George 




I 593-1632. 


•39 


Minor Writers. 






•4 


Post-Elizabethan, 


1625- 


1702. 


.41 


Suckling, Sir John 




1609-164 . 


.42 


Crashaw, Richard 




161 6-1650. 


•43 


Herrick, Robert 




1591-1674. 


•44 


Waller, Edmund 




1605-1687. 


•45 


Lovelace, Richard 




1618-1658. 


.46 


Cowley, Abraham 




1618-1667. 


•47 


Milton, John 




I 608-1 674. 


.48 


Dryden, John 




1631-1700. 


.49 


Minor Writers. 







821.5 Queen Anne, Early i8th Century, X702-1745. 



•5' 


Prior, Matthew 


1664-1721. 


•52 


Parnell, Thomas 


1679-1717. 


•53 


Pope, Alexander 


1688-1744. Sec also 837.5*. 


•54 


Ramsay, Allan 


1686-1758. 


•55 


Young, Edward 


1 684-1 765. 


.56 


Thomson, James 


I 700-1 748. 


•57 


Collins, William 


1721-1759. 


.58 


Shenstone, William 


1714-1763. 


•59 


Minor Writers. 


■ 


.6 


Later 18th Century, Pre- Revolutionary, 1745-180O. 


.61 


Gray, Thomas 


1716-1771. 


.62 


Akenside, Mark 


1721-1770. 


•63 


Chatterton, Thomas 


1 7 52-1 770. 


.64 


Goldsmith, Oliver 


1 728-1 774. Sec also 823.64 and 8a. 


.65 


Cowper, William 


1731-1800. 


.66 


Maq)herson, James 


1 738-1 796. 


.67 


Bums, Robert 


1 759-1796. 


.68 


White, Henry Kirke 


1785-1806. 


.69 


Minor Writers. 




•7 


Early 19th Century, Post-Revolutionary, 1800-1837. 


•71 


Wordsworth, William 


1770-1850. 


'72 


Coleridge, Samuel Taylor 


1772-1834. 


•73 


Southey, Robert 


1774-1843. 


•74 


Scott, Sir Walter 


I77I-1832. Sec also 823.73' 


•75 


Moore, Thomas 


1779-1852. 


.76 


Byron, Geo. Gordon Noel 


1788-1824. 


'77 


Shelley, Percy Bysshe 


1792-1822. 


.78 


Keats, John 


1795-1821. 


•79 


Minor Writers. 




.8 


Victorian Period, 183J 


r_ 


.81 


Tennyson, Alfred 


180^1892. 


.82 


Browning, Elizabeth Barrett 1809-1861. 


•83 


Browning, Robert 


181 2- 1889. 


.84 


Rossetti, Dante Gabriel 


1828 .X882 


•85 


Morris, William 


1834- 


.86 
.87 


Swinburne, Algernon Charles 1837- 


.88 
.89 


Minor Writers. 





822 English Drama. 



.1 Early English, 1066-1400. 

.11 Chester Plays. 

.12 Coventry Plays. 

.13 Townley Plajrs. 

.2 Pre-Elizabethan, 1400-1558. 

.21 Heywood, John 1 506-1 565. 

.22 Udall, Nicholas 1505-1564. 

.23 Bale, John '495-1 5^3- 

.3 Elizabethan, 1558-1625. 

.31 Greene, Robert 1 561-1592. 

.32 Marlowe, Christopher '5^-*593« 

.33 Shakspere, William 1564- 1616. 

.34 Jonson, Ben ' 574-1637. 

.35 Beaumont, Francis and 

Fletcher, John 1576-162 5* 

.36 Webster, John 1582- 1652. 

.37 Massinger, Philip 1 584-1640. 

.38 Ford, John 1 586-1639. 

.39 Minor Writers, 

•4 Post-Elizabethan, 1625-1702. 

.41 Davenant, Sir William 1 605-1 668. 

42 Etherege, Sir George 1637- 1688. 

.43 Crowne, John 1644-1699^ 

.44 Wycherly, William 1640-17 15. 

45 Otway, Thomas 165 1- 1685. 

46 Congfreve, William 1670-1729- 

47 Vanbrugh, Sir John 1666- 1726. 

48 Farquhar, George 1678-1707. 

49 Minor Writers, 

.5 Queen Anne, Early i8th Century, 1702-1745, 

.51 Dennis, John '657-1734. 

.52 Southerne, Thomas 1660-1746. 

.53 Centlivre, Mrs. Susannah (Freeman) 1668-1723. 

.54 Cibber, Colley 1671-1757. 

.55 Rowe, Nicholas 1674-17 18. 

.56 Gay, John 1688-17-^?, 

.57 Lillo, George 1693-173Q. 
.58 

.59 Minor Writers. 

.6 Later 18th Century, 1745-1800. 

.61 Garrick, David 17 16-1779. 

.62 Foote, Samuel 1721-1777. 

.63 Colman, George, the elder 1 732-1794. 

.64 Home, John 1724-1808. 

•65 Cumberland, Richard 1732-1811. 

.66 Sheridan, Richard Brinsley 1751-1816. S«e also 835.64. 

.67 Inchbald, Mrs. Elizabeth (Simpson) 1 753-1821, 

.68 

.69 Minor Writers. 

.7 Early igth Century, 1800-1837. 

.71 Baillie, Joanna 1 762-1851. 

.72 Knowles, James Sheridan 1 784-1 862. 

.8 Victorian Period, 1837- 



823 English Fiction. 

.1 Early English, 1066-1400. 

•2 Pre-Elizabethan, (More's Utopia,) i40o-Z558« 

.3 Elizabethan, (Lyly*s Euphues,) 1558-1625, 

.4 Post-Elizabethan, 1625-1702. 



41 


Harrington, James 


161 1-1677. 


42 


Bunyan, John 


2628-1688. 


43 


Mackenzie, George 


1636-1691. 


44 


Behn, Aphra 


1640-1689. 


•5 


Queen Anne, 1702-1745. 




5» 


DeFoe, Daniel 


1661-1731. 


•52 


Fielding, Henry 


1707-1754. 



.6 Later i8th Century, 1745-1800. 

.61 Richardson, Samuel 1689-1761. 



.62 


Sterne, Laurence 


1713-1768. 


•63 


Smollett, Tobias George 


1721-1771. 


.64 


Goldsmith, Oliver 


1728-1774. Sec also 821.64 


.6s 


Mackenzie, Henry 


1745-183 1. 


.66 
.67 


Arblay, Frances (Bumey), madame d* 


I 752-1840. 


.68 
.69 


Minor Writers. 




.7 


Early 19th Century, 1800-1837. 


.71 


Lewis, Matthew Gregory 


1775-1818. 


.72 


Edgeworth, Maria 


1767 -1849. 


•73 


Scott, Sir Walter 


1771-1832. Sec also 821. 74 


•74 


Austen, Jane 


I775-1817. 


•75 


Porter, Jane 


1 776- 1 850. 


.76 


Peacock, Thomas Love 


1785-1866 


m 


Gait, John 


»779-'839- 


.78 


Marryat, Frederick 


I 792 -I 848. 


•79 


Minor Writers. 




.8 


Victorian Period, 1837- 




.81 


Bront^, Charlotte 


1816-1855. 


.82 


Thackeray, William Makepeace 


1811-1863. 


.83 


Dickens, Charles 


1812-1870. 


.84 


Lytton, Edw. Geo. Bulwer, ist baron 


1803-1873. 


.85 


Kingsley, Charles 


1819-1875. 


.86 


Beaconsfield, Benjamin Disraeli, ist earl of 1S05-1881. 


^1 


Trollope, Anthony 


1815-1882. 


^8 


Eliot, George 


i8i9-i88a 


.89 


Minor Writers. 








824 English Essays. 

.3 Elizabethan, (Bacon,) 1558-1625. 



.4 Post-Elizabethan, (Locke), 1625-1702. 



51 

52 

53 
54 

55 
56 
57 
58 
59 

6 

61 
62 

63 
64 

65 
66 

67 
68 

69 

7 

72 

73 
74 

75 
76 

77 
78 

79 

8 

81 
82 

83 

.85 
M 

^7 



Queen Anne, 1702-1745. 

Shaftsbury, Anthony Ashley Cooper, 3d earl of 1671-17IX 
Addison, Joseph 1672-17 19. 

Steele, Sir Richard 1671-1729. 

Budgell, Eustace 1686-1737. 



Later 18th Century, 1745-1800. 

Moore, Edward 1712-1757. 

Karnes, Henry Home, lord 1696-1782. 

Johnson, Samuel 1709- 1784. 

Hume, David 1711-1776. 

Hawkesworth, John I7 15-1773* 

Goldsmith, Oliver 1728-1774. 

Gibbon, Edward 1737-1794. 



Minor Writers. 

Early 19th Century, 1800-1837. 



Mackintosh, Sir James 
Smith, Sydney 
Jeffrey, Francis, lord 
Brougham, Henry, ist baron 
Lamb, Charles 
Hazlitt, William 
Hunt, Leigh 



1765-1832. 

1771-1845. 
1773-1850. 
1 778 -1868. 
i775-'834. 
1778-1830. 
1784-1859. 



See also 192.4. 



See also 8a i .64 and 823.64. 



Minor Writers. 

Victorian Period, 1837-. 

De Quincey, Thomas 1785-1859. 

Carlylc, Thomas 1795-1881. 
Macaulay, Thomas Babington. ist baron 1 800-1859. 

Helps, Sir Arthur 1817-1875 

Arnold, Matthew 1822-88 

Ruskin, John 18 19- J 

Minor Writers. 



-vc. i^^ff 



825 English Oratory. For speakers sec 808.5. 

Subdivided by periods like 821. 

•6 Later i8th Century, 1745-1800. 

.61 Chatham, William Pitt, ist carl of 1708-1778. 

.62 Burke, Edmund 17 29-1 797. 

.63 Fox, Charles James 1 749-1 806. 

.64 Sheridan, Richard Brinsley 1751-1816. See also 833.661 

.65 Grattan, Henry 17 50-1820. 

.66 Pitt, William 1759-1806. 

826 English Letters. 

Subdivided by periods like 821. 

•2 Pre-Elizabethan, (Paston Letters,) 1400-1558. 



5 Queen Anne, 1702-1745. 

51 Montagu, Lady Mary (Pier repent ) Wortley 1690-1762. 

52 Chesterfield, Philip Dormer Stanhope, 4th earl of 1694-1773. 

53 

6 Later 18th Century, 1745-1800. 

61 Orford, Horace Wal pole, 4th earl of 1717-1797. 

62 Montagu, Mrs. Elizabeth (Robinson) 1720-1800. 



827 English Satire and Humor. 

.2 Pre-Elizabethan, 1400-1558. 

.21 Barclay, Alexander i475~*552. 

.3 Elizabethan, 1558-1625. 

.31 Gascoigne, George 1537-' 577- 

.32 Harington, Sir John 1561-1612. 

.33 Hall, Joseph 1 574-1656. 

.34 Marston, John 1575-1634. 

.35 Donne, John '573- '631. 

.36 

•37 
.38 
•39 

.4 Post-Elizabethan, 1625-1702. 

.41 Wither, George 1 588-1667. 

.42 Butler, Samuel 161 2- 1680 

.43 Marvell, Andrew 1620-1678. 

.44 D'Urfey, Thomas 1 625-1 723. 

.45 Oldham, John 1653- 1683. 

.46 Brown, Thomas 1 663-1 704. 

.47 King, William 1663-17 12. 

.48 Garth, Sir Samuel 1665-1 7 19. 

.49 Minor Writers. 



827.5 Queen Anne, 1702-1745. 

.51 Ward, Edward 1 667-1 731. 

.52 Swift, Jonathan 1 667-1 745. 

.53 Mandeville, Bernard de 1670-1733. 

.54 Arbuthnot, John 1675-1735. 

•55 Pope, Alexander 1688-1744. See also 821.53. 

.56 

•57 
.58 

.6 Later i8th Century, 1745-1800. 

.61 Churchill, Charles 1733-' 765. 

.62 Amory, Thomas 1691-1788. 

.63 Whitehead, Paul 1710-1774. 

.64 Junius 1 679-1772. 

.65 Wolcott, John 1 738-1819. 

(pseud. Peier Pindar.) 

.66 
.67 
.68 

.7 Early 19th Century, 1800-1837. 

.71 Giflford, William 17 57-1 826. 

.72 Hood, Thomas 1798-1845. 

•73 
•74 

•75 
.76 

.8 Victorian, 1837- 

.81 Jerrold, Douglas 1803-1857. 

.82 

.83 
.84 

.85 

.86 

828 English Miscellany. 

Anecdotes, Ana, Epigrams, Quotations, etc. , if illustrative of any special subject (e. g. , biography, 
history, science, art), go with that subject. If general they go in 828; if limited to any 
period, they take the same divisions as 821. For Kiddles, see 398.6; Proverbs, see 398.9. 
The same rule applies to other languages in 838, 848, etc. 



829 Anglo-Saxon Literature^ 



.1 


Poetry. 


.2 


Caedmon. 


.3 


Beowulf. 


•4 


Cynewulf. 


•5 


Homilies and Religious. 


.6 


^Ifric. 


.7 


Alfred the Great. 


.8 


Miscellaneous. 


•9 


Historical and Biographical. 



830 German Literature. 



830.1, Philosophy; .2, Compends ; .3, Dictionaries; .4, Essays, Lectures, and Addresses 00 
German Literature; .5, Periodicals; .6, Societies; .7, Study and Teaching; .8, Col- 
lections; .9, History. 



831 German Poetry. 



.oa, Dramatic; .03^ Romantic and Epic; .04,^ Ljrric, Ballads; .05, Didactic; .06, Descrip- 
tive; .07, Satirical and Humorous ; .09, History of German Poetry. 



.1 


Before the Crusades, -1150. 


.11 


« Hildebrandslicd." 


.12 


Otfricd. 


•13 


«* Ludwigslied." 


.14 


«* Muspilll" 


.2 


Middle High, 1 150-1300. 


.21 


" Nibelungenlied." 


.22 


'* Gudrun," and minor folk epics. 


•23 


Heinrich von Veldeke -1200. See also 839.31 


.24 


Wolfram von Eschenbach. 


•25 


Gottfried von Strassburg. 


.26 


Hartmann von Aue 1 170-1220. 


.27 


Walther von der Vogelweide 1 1 70-1 230. 


.28 


Ulrich von Lichtenstem 1 199-1276. 


.29 


Minor Writers. 


•3 


Period of Decline, 1300-1517. 


31 


Homeck, Ottokar von. 


32 


Pladamar von Laber. 


33 


Hermann von Sachsenheim -145^* 


•34 


Biiheler, Hans. "Diesieben weisen Mcistcr,** 1414- 


•35 


Kaspar von der Rohn. " Das Heldenbuch." 


.36 


" Theuerdank." 


•37 


"Die Haimonskinder.'* 


•38 


Mastersingers. 


•39 


Minor Writers. 


•4 


Reformation. New High, 1517-1625. 


.41 


Agricola, Martin 1486-1556. 


.42 


Waldis, Burkard 1 490-1 558. 


•43 


Alberus, Erasmus I50c>~i553* 


.44 


Sachs, Hans 1494-1576. 


•45 


Ringwaldt, Bartholomaus *53^>-i599- 


.46 


Rollenhagen, Georg 1 54 2- 1 609. 


•47 


Andrea, Johann Valentin 1 586-1654. 


•5 


Period of Imitation, 1625-1750. 




[The Silesian Schools.] 


•51 


Opitz von Boberfeld, Martin 1597-1639. 


•52 


Flcmming, Paul 1609- 1640. 


•53 


Logau, Friedrich von 1604-1655. 


•54 


Gerhardt, Paul 1607-1676. 


•55- 


Hofmannswaldau, Christian Hofmann von 1618-1679. 


.56 


Zesen, Philipp von 1619-1689. 


•57 


Brockes, Barthold Heinrich 1 680-1 747. 


.58 


Bodmer, Johann Jakob 1698-1783. 


•59 


Minor Writers. 



831.6 

.6i 
.62 

•63 

.64 

65 
66 

67 

6S 

.69 

•7 

•71 
.72 

•73 
•74 

•75 
,76 

'77 
.78 

•79 

.8 

.81 
.82 

•83 
.84 

^5 
^6 

.87 

.88 

.89 



Classic Period, 1750-1830. 

[For Gothe and Schiller, see 832.6.] 

Gellcrt, Christian Fiirchtegott 
Klopstock, Friedrich Gottlieb 
Biirger, Gottfried August 
Herder, Johann Gottfried von 
Voss, Johann Heinrich 
Komer, Karl Theodor 
Holderlin, Johann Christian Friedrich 
Platen Hallermiinde, August, graf von 
Minor Writers. 

Post-Classic Period, 1830-1856. 

Amdt, Ernst Moritz 

Eichendorff, Joseph, freiherr von 

Uhland, Johann Ludwig 

Riickert, Friedrich 

Heine, Heinrich 

Niembsch von Strehlenau, Nikolaus 



1715-1769. 
1724-1803. 
I 748-1 794. 
1744-1803. 
1751-1826. 
1791-1813. 
1770-1843. 
1796-1835. 



1769-1860. 
1788-1857. 
1787-1862. 
1789-1866 
1799-1856. 
1802-1850. 



Auersperg, Anton Alexander, graf von [Anastasius Griin.] 1806-1881. 
Freiligrath, Ferdinand 1810-1876. 

Minor Writers. 



Later 19th Century, 1856- 

Schefer, Leopold 
Kinkel, Johann Gottfried 
Geibel, Emanuel 
Bodenstedt, Friedrich Martin 



1 784-1862. 
181 5-1882. 
181 5-1884. 
1819-1892. 



Minor Writers. 



832 German Drama. 

5 Period of Imitation, 1625-1750. 

51 Gryphius, Andreas 161 6-1 664. 

52 Lohenstein, Daniel Caspar 1635-1683. 

53 Weise, Christian 1642-1708. 

54 Gottsched, Johann Christoph 1700-1776. 

55 Gottsched, Luise Adelgunde Victorie (Culmus) 1713-1762. 

6 Classic Period, 1750-1830. 

61 Lessing, Gottlob Bphraim 

62 Gothe, Johann Wolfgang von 

63 Schiller, Johann Christoph Friedrich 

64 Klinger, Friedrich Maximilian 

65 Iffland, August Wilhelm 

66 Kotzebue, August Friedrich Ferdinand von 1761-1819. 

67 Werner, Friedrich Ludwig Zacharias 1 768-1823. 

68 Kleist, Heinrich Bemt Wilhelm von 1777-1811. 

69 Minor Writers. 



1729-1781. 
1749-1832. 
1759-1805. 
1753-1831. 
1759-1814. 



832.7 Post-Classic Period, 1830-1856. 

.71 Grabbe, Christian Dietrich 1801-1836. 

.72 Griepenkerl, Wolfgang Robert 1810-1836. 

.73 Grillparzer, Franz 1 791- 187 2. 

.74 Birch-Pfeiffer, Charlotte 1800-1868. 

.75 Munch-Bellinghausen, Eligius Franz Joseph. [Friedrich Halm.] i8o6-i86d 

.76 Laube, Ileinrich 1806-84 

.77 Hebbel, Friedrich 18 15-1863. 

.78 Gutzkow, Karl Ferdinand 1811-1878. 

.79 Minor Writers. 

.8 Later 19th Century, 1856- 

.81 Benedix, Julius Roderich 1811-1873. 

.82 Mosenthal, Salomon Hermann 1821-1877. 

.83 Brachvogel, Albert Emil 1 824-1 878. 

.84 Gottschall, Karl Rudolph 1823- 

.85 Lindau, Paul 1839- 

.89 Minor Writers. 

833 German Fiction. 

.5 Period of Imitation, 1625-1750. 

.51 Buchholtz, Andrew Heinrich 1607-1671. 

.52 Grimmelshausen, Hans Jakob Christoff el von 162 5-1676. 

.53 Anselm, Heinrich 1653-1697. 

.54 " Robinsonaden." 

.55 " Der Neue Amadis." 

.6 Classic Period, 1750-1830. 

.61 Wieland, Christoph Martin 1733-1813. 

.62 Richter, Jean Paul Friedrich 1763-182 5. 

.63 Hardenberg, Friedrich von [Novalis] 1 772-1801. 

.64 Hoffmann, Ernst Thcodor Wilhelm 1 776-1822. 

.65 La Motte Fouque, Friedrich H; C ; 1777-1843. 

.66 Arnim, Ludwig Achim von 1781-1831. 

.67 Hauff, Wilhelm 1802-1827. 

.68 Chamisso, Adelbertvon 1781-1838. 

.69 Minor Writers. 

.7 Post-Classic Period, 1830-1856. 

.71 Zschokke, Johann Heinrich Daniel 1771-1848. 

.72 Brentano, Clemens 1778-1842. 

.73 Tieck, Ludwig ^773-^^53- 

.74 Postl, Karl [Charles Sealsfield] 1 793-1864. 

.75 Haring, Wilhelm [Wilibald Alexis] 1798-1871. 

.76 Hahn-Hahn, Ida, grafin von 1805-1880. 

.77 Gerstacker, Friedrich 1816-1872. 

.78 Hacklander, Friedrich Wilhelm 1816-1877. 

.79 Minor Writers. 

.8 Later 19th Century, 1856- 

.81 Auerbach, Berthold 1815-1882. 

.82 Freytag, Gustav 1816- 

.83 Scheffel, Joseph Viktor von 1826- 

.84 Spielhagen, Friedrich 1829- 

.85 Heyse, Paul Johann Ludwig 1830- 

.86 Ebers, Georg 1837- 

.89 Minor Writers. 



II if 



99 If 



834 German Essays, subdivided by period. Hkc 831. 

835 German Oratory. 

836 German Letters. 

837 German Satire and Humor. 

2 Middle High. Minnesingers, 1150-1300. 

21 [Strieker, Dcr.] " Der Pfaffe Amis " und " Beispiele.* 

22 " Salomon und Morolf." 

3 Period of Decline, 1300-1517. 

31 " Reineke Vos." See also 839.371. 

32 Brant, Sebastian i45S-i52rt 

4 Reformation. New High, 1517-1625. 

41 Murncr, Thomas "TyllEulenspiegel." 1475-1537. 

42 Fischart, Johann I55c>-i589. 

5 Period of Imitation, 1625-1750. 

51 Moscherosch, Johann Michael 1601-1669. 

52 Rachel, Joachim 1618-1669. 

53 Wernicke, Christian 1660- 17 20. 

54 Liscow, Christian Ludwig 1 701-1760. 

6 Classic Period, 1750-1830. 

61 Rabener, Gottlieb Wilhclm 1714-1771. 

62 Blumaucr, Aloys '755-1798. 

838 German Miscellany, see 828, note. 

839 Minor Teutonic Literatures. 

Subdivided by form, Poetry, Drama, etc., like 830. 

.1 LoTv German. 

.2 Frisian. Old Saxon. 

.3 Dutch Literature. Flemish. 

.31 Dutch Poetry. 

.3x1 Middle Ages. 1200-1400. 

[.1, Jacob van Maerlant 1235-1291; (.a, Heinrije van Veldeke 1200, see 831.23;) 
.3, Jan I. van Brabant 1250-1294; .4, Melis Stoke 1310; .5, Dire Potter 1428.] 

.3za Chambers of Rhetoric. 1450-1600. 

[.I, Antoniusde Rovere 1482; .2, Anna Bijns 1500; .3, Matthijs de Castelein 1488^ 
1C48; .4, Cornelia Everaert 1550; .5, Jan Baptist Houwaert 1533-1599; .6, Dirk 
Volkersxoon Coomhert 1522-1590; 7, Philipp Mamix 1 538-1 598; .8, Comelis 
van Ghistele 1600; .9, Minor Writers.] 

.3x3 Period of the Republic. 1600-1700. 

[.I, Jacob Cats, 1 577-1660; .2, Joost van der Voadel 1587-1679; .3, Marie Tessel- 
schade Visscher 1594-1649; .4, Constantija Huygent 1596-1687; .5, Reyer 
Anslo 1626-1669; .6, Geraert Brandt 1626-16S5; .7, Jan Antoniszoon van der 
Goes (Antonides) 1647- 1684; •9> Minor Writers.] 

.3x4 Poetical Societies. 1700-1800. 

[.I, Lucas Rotgans 1654-1710; .2, Hubert Comeliszoon Poot 1689-1733; .3, Arnold 
Hoogviiet 1687-1763; .4, Sybrand Feitama 1694-1758; .5, Willem van Haren 
1710-1768; .6, Jacob Bellamy 1757-1786; .7, Hieronymus van Alphen 1746-1803; 
.9, Minor Writers.] 

.3x5 Modern Period. 1800- 

[.1, Willem y^ilderdijk 1756-1831; .2, Jan Frederik Helmers 1767-1813; .3, Comelis 
Loots 1765-1834; -4, Hendrik Tollens 1780-1856; .5, Isaac da Cos'a :798-i86o; 
.6, Jan Jacob Lodewijk ten Kate 1819-; .9, Minor Writers.] 



839.32 Dutch Drama. 

.313 Period of the Republic. 1600-1700. 

[.f, Oerbrand AdriaeBMOon Bredero 158C-1618; .a, CorneliMoon Hooft tjSi- 
1647; .3, Samuel Costa 1580-1650; .4, Jan Vos 1620-1667; .5, Guillelmus Ojper 
1619-1689; .6, Joachim Oudaan 1628-1692; .9, Minor Writers.] 

.384 Poetical Societies. 1700-1800. 

[.i.Pieter Langendtjk 1683-1756; .2, Andries Pels; .3, Balthasar Huydeooper 169s- 
»778; .4. Onno Zwier van Haren 1713- 1779; .5, Jan Nomsz 1738-1803; .9, 
Mmor Writers.] 

.395 Modern Period. 1800- 

[.I, Samuel Iperuazoon Wiselius 1769-1845; .2, Helvetius van den Beigh 1795-1865; 
.3, Hendrik Jan Schimmel 1824-.] 

^39*33 Dutch Fiction. 

.334 Poetical Societies. 1700-1800. 

[.I, Elisabeth Bekker Wolff 1738-1804; .2, Agatha Deken 1741-1804; .3, Rhijnvis 
Feith 1753-1824.] 

33 S Modern Period. 1800- 

[.I, Adriaan Loosjes 1761-1818; .2, Jacob Vosmaer 1783-1834; .3, Jan Frederik Oltmans 
1806-1854; .4, Jacob van Lennep 1802-1868; .5, Hendrik Conscience 1812-; 
.6, Anna Louisa Geertruida Bosboom-Tom saint 1812-. j 

839.34 Dutch Essays. 

.344 Poetical Societies. 1700-1800. 

[Justus Van Effen 1684-1735.] 

.345 Modem Period. 1800- 

[. I, Johannes Henricus van der Palm 1763-1840; .2, Reinier Comelis Bakhuixen van 
den Brink 1810-1865; 3, Everhardus Johannes Potgieter 1808-1875; .4, Nicolas 
Beets 1814-; .5, Coenraad Busken Huet 1826-.] 

839.37 Dutch Satire and Humor. 

.371 Middle Ages. 1200-1400. 

[Reinsert (van den vos Reinaerde) see 837.31.] 
.374 Poetical Societies. 1700-1800. 

[Arend Simonszoon Fokke 1755-1812.] 

839.38 Dutch Miscellany. 

The sabdi\nstons of 8 show the leading; writers in other branches of knowledge. In 
classification books are placed with their subjects, Theol<qi7, History, etc 

.381 Middle Ages. 1200-1460. 

[Jan van Boendale (Jan de Clerc), Ckronicles, 1280-1365.] 
.384 Poetical Societies. 1700-1800. 

[Simon Su]\f//istffryt 1731-1804; Jan Wagenaar, History ^ 1709-177S.] 

.4 Piatt Deutsch. 

.5 Scandinavian. 

.6 Old Norse. Icelandic. Faroese. 

839.7 Swedish Literature. 

.71 Swedish Poetry. 

.7x1 Middle Ages. 1200-1020. 

[.I, Nicolaus Hermanni 1391 ; .2, Bishop Tomas 1443 ; .3, Ericas Olai i486; .4, Ballads 
(Folkvisor).] 
.7x8 Reformation. 1520-1840. 

[.1, Olaus Petri 1497-1552; .2, Laurentms Petri 1499-1573-] 

.7x3 Age of Stjernhjelm. 1840-1740. 

[.I, Georff Stjernhjelm 1598-1672; .2. Lars Johansson (Luddor) 1640-16^4; .3, 
Haquin Spegel 1645-1714; .4, Israel Holmstrdm 1660-1708; .5, Gunno EureUus 
Dahlstjema 1661-1709; .6, Johan Runius 1679-171;} ; .7, Jacob Freae 1691-1729; 
.8, Samuel von Triewald 1688-1743 ; .9, Minor Writers.] 

.7x4 Age of Dalin. 1740-1780. 




>7»5J 

.9, Minor Writers.] 

.7x5 Af e of GusUvus. 1780-1800. 

[.1, Karl Mikael Bellman 1740-179C; .2, Johan Henrik Kellgren 1751-1795: .Si 
Reng^t Lidner 1757-1793; .4» Johan Gabriel Oxenstjema 1750-1818; .5, Tomas 
Thonld 1759-1808; .6, Anna Maria Lenngren 1754-1817 ; .7, Kari Custaf af 
Leopold 1756-1829; .8, Frans Mikael Fransen 1772-1847; .9, Minor Writers.] 

.716 Modem Period. 1800- 

[.I, Per Henrik Ling 17^1839; .2, Johan Olof Wallin 1779-1839; .3, Bsaias Tegn^ 
1782-1846; .4, Erik Johan Stagnelius 179^-1823; .5, Per Daniel Amadeus 
Atterbom 1700-1855; .6, Karl Jonas Ludwig Almqvist 1793-1866; .7, Johan 
Ltidvig Runeberg 1804-1877 ; .8, Karl Vilhelm Bdttiger 1807-1879; .9, if inof 
Writers.] 



8j9*72 Swedish Diima. 

.7M Reformat!', n. 1020-1640. 

[.lyjohan Mesaenius 1579-1637; .2, Magnus Olai Asterophenis -1647; .3, Andreas 
Joh nnis Prytz iSQO'i^SS*] 
.733 Afe of Stj rnhjelm. 1040-1740. 

[IsakBdrk -1701.] 
.715 Afe of Ous.-mvut. 1780-1800. 

[.I, Karl Is' lel Hallman 1733-1800; .2, GosUf III. (King) 1746-1792; .3, Olof KezA 
1748- 796; .4, Karl Envallsson 1 756-1806.] 

.796 Modern Perl i. 1800- 

[.I, Johan £ rjesson 1790-1866; .2, Bemhard Yon Beakow 1796-1868; .3, August 
Teodor Blanche 1811-1868; .4, Johan Kristofer Jolin 1818-; .s, Frans Hedberg 
1 828-; .\ Per Johan Edvard Bilckstrdin 1841-.] 

83973 Swedish Fiction. 

•734 Afe of Dalin. 1740-1780. 

[.I, Jakob Henrik M&rk 1714-1763; .2, Jakob Vallenbeig 1746-1778.] 

.736 Modem Period. 1800- 

[.I, Sofia Margareta von Knorring 1797-1848; .2, Magnus Jakob Crusenstolpe 170S- 
1S65; .3, Predrika Bremer i8oi-i86s; .4* Karl Anton Wetterberg (Onkel 
Adam) 1804-; .5, Rmilie Fly srare Carl^n 1807-1893 ; .6, Zakris Topelius 1818-; 
.7, Viktor Kydberg 1829 ; 9, Minor Writers.] 

^39*7 4 Swedish Essays. 

.746 Modem Period. 1800- 

[.I, Benjamin Karl Henrik H5ijer 1767-1812; .a, Lorenso HammarskSld 1785-1827; 

a, Bemhard Elis Malmstrdm 1816-1865; .4, Karl Julius L6nstrttm 181 1-; .5, 
nstaf H&kan Jordan Ljunggren 1825-; .6, Karl Rupert Nyblom 1832-.] 

^39*77 Satire and Humor. 

.776 Modem Period. 1800- 

[.I, Johan Anders Wadman 1777-1837; .2, Erik Sj5beig (Vitalis) 1794-1828; .3, Kris- 
tian Erik Fahlcrantx 1790-1866; .4, Vilhelm August Deuof von Braun 1813- 
1860; .5, Gunnar Wennerberg 181 7- ] 

^39-7^ Swedish Miscellany. 

The subdivisions of 8 show the leading writers in other branches of knowledge. In 
classification books are placed with their subjects. Theology, History, etc 

.782 Middle Ages. 1200-1020. 

[Canon Mattias, Biile TrarulatufM, -1350; Peder M&nsson, Encyclopedia^ -i534-J 

.78a Reformation. 1620-1640. 

[.I, Peder Andersson Svart, History^ -1562 ; .2, Erik Gdransson Teeel, History^ 1580- 
1^6 ; .3, iCgidius Girs, History ^ 1580-1639 ; .4, Gustavus Adolphus (King), His- 
tory, 1594-1632.] 

.783 Age of Stjernhjelm. 1640-1740. 

[.I, Olof Rudbeck, MteUci$u, 1630-1702; .2, Urban HiHrne 1641-1724; .3, Johan 
Peringskjdid, /^ir/^ri', 1654-1720; .4, Anders Rjrdenus, Phuowpky, 1671-1738; 
.5, Anders Celsius, Astronomyy 1 701-1744; .6, Emanuel Svedenoorg, Theology ^ 
1688-1772.] 

.7S4 Afe of Dalln. 1740-1780. 

[.I, Karl Gttstaf Teaain, History, 1695-1770; .3, Karl von Linn^ Botasyt, 1707-1778; 
.3, Johan Ihre, Philology, 1707-1780; .4, Sven Ldigerbring, History, 1707-1787; 
.5, Anders Johan von H5pken, History, 1712-1789 ; .6, Olof Celsius, History, 
1716-1794 ; .7, Anders af Botin^ History, 1734-1790; .8, Torbem Olof Bergman, 
Cnomutry, 1735-1784; Karl Vilhelm Scheele, Chemistry, 1 743-1786.] 

.78O Modem Period. 1800- 

[.I, Erik Gusuf Geijer. History, 1783-1847; .2, Anders Magnus Strinnholm, History, 
1^86-1862; .3, Anders Fryxell, History, 1795-1881 ; .4, Frederik Ferdinand 
Lskr]aon, Hutory, 1811-.] 

839.8 Danish and Norwegian Literature. 

.81 Danish and Norwegian Poetry. 

.8x1 Middle Ages. 1100-1000. 

[.1, Anders Sunesen; .2, Ballads (Kjaempeviser).] 
.8xa Reformation. 1500-1060. 

[HansTavsen 1494-1561.] 

.8x3 Learned Period. 1060-1700. 

[.I, Anders Arrebo 1^87-1637; .2, Anders Bording 1619-1677 ; .3, Peder Syv 1631-1702; 
.4, Thomas Kingo 1634-1703; .5, Peder Dass 1647-1708; .6, Dorthe Engel- 
brektsdatter 1635-1716 ; .7, Sdren Ter Kelsen 1661 ; .8, Jacob Vorm 1643-1693.] 

.814 Age of Holberf . 17OO-170O. 

[•>. Jttrgen Sorterup 1663-1733; .3,T8ger Reenberg 1656-1742; .3, Kristian Falster 
1690-1752; .4, Hans Adolph Brorson 1694-1764; .5, Ambrosias Stub 1705-1758; 
.6, Kristian Freaenk Wadskjaer 1713-1779.] 



I 

{ 

I 

I 

t 

t 

839.8x5 Period of BnliKhtenment. 1750-1800. 

[.I, Krittian Braunmann Tallin 1728-1765; .2, Johmnnet Evald 1743-1781 ; .3, Johan 
Herman Vessel 1742-1785; .4, Eavard Stonh 1749-1794; .5, Kristen Henrikwn 
Pram 1756-1821; .6, Jens Baggesen 1764-1826; .7, Knud Lyne Rahbek 1670- 
1830; .8, Malte Konrad Bruun 1775-1826; j, , Minor Writers. 1 

J16 Modern Period. 1800- 

[.I, Adam Oottlob Oehlenschlilg^er \Tjtf-\^p\ .2, Bemhard Seyerin Ingemann 
1^89-1862; .3, Nicolai Frederik Severin . ^rundtvig 1783 -1872; .4, Johannes 
Carsten Hauch 1 790-1 87 1 ; .5, Hecnk Wer^eUnd 1808-1845; .6, Ludvig 
Bodtcher 1793-18745 .7, Frederik PaluH .n-MUller 1809-1876; .8, Carl Ploug 
1813-; .9, Mmor Writers. ' 

839.S2 Danish and Norwegian Drama. 

.823 Learned Period. 1600-1700. 

[.I, Hieronimas Justesen Rauch 1539-1607; .j, Hans Kristensen Sthen 1544-1603; 
.3i Peder Jensen Hegelund 1542-1614; .4, Hans Thomsen Stege; 5, Jens 
Ldnberg 1663-1700.I 

.824 Age of Holberg. 1700-17SO. 

[.I, Ludvig Holberf 1684-1754.] 

.8s5 Period of Enlightenment. 1750-1 800. 

[.I.Charlotte Dorothea Biehl 1731-1788; .2, Johan Nordal Bruun 1745-1816; .3i Ole 
Johan Samsde 1759-J1796; .4, Enevold Falsen 1755-1808; .5, Thomas Thaarup 
1749-1821: .6, Knstian Levin Sander 1756-1819; .7, Olaf Kristian Olufsen 1764- 
1827; .8, Peter Andreas Heiberg 1758-1841 ; .9, Minor Writers.] 

.826 Modem Period. 1800- 

[.1, Caspar Johannes Boye 1791-1853; .2, Johan Ludvig Heiberg 1791-1860; .3, Hen- 
rlk Hertz 1798-1870: .4, Thomas Overskou 1798-1873; .5, Christian Knud 
Frederik Molbech 1831-1888; .6, Henrik Ibsen 1828-.] 

839.83 Danish and Norwegian Fiction. 

.836 Modem Period. 1800- 

[.I, Thomasine Christine Gyllembourg-EhrensvSbd 1773-1856; .2, Steen Steensen 
Blicher 1782-1848; .3, Christian Winther 1796^1876; .4, Hans Christian 
Andersen 1805-1875; .5, Meyer Aaron Goldschmidt 1819-; .6, Holger Drach- 
mann; .7, Bjdmstjeme Bjomson 1832-.] 

S39>S4 Danish and Norwegian Essays. 

.845 Period of Bnlifhtenment. 1750-1800. 

[Rasmus Nyerup 1759-1829.] 

.846 Modem Period. 1800- 

[.I, Niels Mathias Petersen 1781-1862; .2, S&ren Aaby Kj^kegaard x8i3-i85<: .3, 
Rudolph Kejrser 1803-1864; .4, Peter Andreas Munch 1810-1863; .5, Johan 
Sebastian Cammermeyer Welhaven 1807-1873 ; .6, Georg Brandes 1842-.] 

^39*^7 Danish and Norwegian Satire and Humor. 

.875 Period of Bnlifhtenment. 1750-1800. 

[.X, Peder Magnus Trojel 1743-1796; .2, Peder Koford Trojel 1754-1784; .3, Thomas 
Kristoner Bruun 1750-1834.] 

839.88 Danish and Norwegian Miscellany. 

The subdivisions of 8 show the leadine writers in other branches of knowledge. In 
classification books are placed with their subjects, Theology, History, etc. 

.88x Middle Ages. 1100-1500. 

[.I, Saxo (Longus) Grammaticus, History^ -1208; .2, Svend Aagesen, History. "X 

.883 Reformation. 1500-1600. 

[.I, Kristiern Pedersen, " The Father 0/ Danish Literature^'** 1480-1^54; .2, Povel 
Eliesen, SermoMs, 1480-; .3, Hans Mikkelsen, Bi6/e Trans/at um^ -i $32; .4, 
Peder Plade (Palladius) 1503-1560; .5, Hennk Smith, Medicine, -1563.] 

.883 Learned Period. 1560-1700. 

[History: Hans Svaning 1^08-1584: Anders Sdrensen Vedel 1542-1616; Peder 
Klausen 1545-1614; Anid Hviifeld 1549-1609; Klaus Lyakander 1558-1623; 
Ole Worm 1588-1654; Peder Resen 1625-1688.] 

[Theology: Niels Hemmingsen 1513-1600; Holger Rosenkranz 1574-1642; Jesper 
Brochmand 1585-1652.] 

[Science: Tvge Brahe, Astronomy^ 1546-1601; Kaspar Bartholin, AfSr</iri>c«, 1585- 
1629; Thomas Bartholin, Anatomy^ i6r6--i68o; Ole Borch, Medicine, 1626- 
1690; Niels Stensen, Anatomy, 1638-1686; Ole Rbmer, Astronomy ^ 1644-1710.] 

.884 Age of Holberf. 1700-1750. 

[ I, Erik Pontoppidan, History^ 1698-1764; .2, Jacob lAngthtln, History, 1710-1775; 
.3, Frederik Kristian Eilschov, ,1725-1750; .4, Gerhard Sch5ning, 

History, 1722-1780; .5, Peder Frederik Suhm, History, 1728-1798.] 

•Q Gothic. 



840 French Literature. 



840.1, Philosophy; .2, Comp«nds; .3, Dictionaries; .4, Essays, Lectures, and Addresses on 
French Literature; .5, Periodicals; .6, Societies; .7, Study and Teaching; .8f Collec* 
tions; .9, History. 



841 French Poetry. 



.02, Dramatic; .03, Romantic and Epic; .04, Lyric, Ballads; .05, Didactic; .06, Descrip^ 
tive; .07, Satirical and Humorous; .09, History of French Poetry. 

.1 Early French, 842-1400. 

.11 " Chanson de Roland." "Chanson de Geste." 

.12 Wace, Robert. 

.13 Marie de France. 

.14 Chrestien de Troyes -1191. 

.15 Quesnes de Bethune -1228. 

.16 Thibaut 4th, comte de Champagne 1201-1253. 

.17 Rutebeuf 1230- 

.18 " Roman de la Rose." 

Guillaume de Loris, 1 195-1260. Jean de Meung, 1280-1320. 

.19 Minor Poets. 

.2 Transition Period, 1400-1500. 

.21 Chartier, Alain 1386-1458. 

.22 Orleans, Charles due d*- 1391-1465. 

.23 Coquillart, Guillaume 1421-1510. 

.24 Baude, HenrK 1430-1495. 

.25 Villon, Fran9ois 1431-1485. 

.26 

.27 

.28 

.29 Minor Poets. 

•3 Renaissance, x500-x6oo. 

.31 Daurat, Jean 1 510-1588. 

.32 Du Bellay, Joachim 1 524-1 560. 

•33 Belleau, Remy 1 528-1 577. 

.34 Ronsard, Pierre de 1 524-1 585. 

.35 Thiard, Pontus de 1 521-1605. 

.36 Baif, Jean Antoine de 1 532-1 589. 

.37 Saluste du Bartas, Guillaume de 1544- 1590. 

.38 Desportes, Philippe 1546-1606. 

.39 Minor Poets. 

•4 Classical Period, 1600-17x5. 

41 Malherbe, Fran9ois de 1 555-1628. 

42 Maynard, Fran9ois 1 582-1646. 
.43 Racan, Honorat de Bueil, marquis de 1 589-1 67a 

44 Chapelain, Jean J595-'674. 

45 La Fontaine, Jean de 1621-1695. 

46 Deshouli^res, Antoinette (du Ligier de la Garde), Madame 1637-1694. 

47 Chaulieu, Guillaume Amfrye de i639-i72a 
48 

49 Minor Poets. 



841.5 i8th Century, 1715-1789. 

.51 Rousseau, Jean Baptiste 1670-1741. 

.52 Racine, Louis 1692-1763. 

.53 Pompignan, Jean Jacques de Franc, marquis de 1 709-1 784. 

.54 Delille, Jacques ' 738-1813. 

.55 Roucher, Jean Antoine '745-1794- 

.56 CWnier, Andr^ Marie de 1 762-1794. 

.57 Parny, Evariste D^sir^ Desforges, vicomte de 1753-1814. 

.58 

.59 Minor Poets. 

.6 Revolution and Empire, 1789-1815. 

.61 Lebrun, Ponce Denis £couchard 1729-1807. 

.62 Fontanes, Louis, marquis de 17 57-1821. 

.63 Parseval Grandmaison, Fran9ois Auguste 17 59-1834. 

.64 Luce de Lancival, Jean Charles Julien 1764-1810. 

.65 D^saugiers, Marc Antoine Madeleine 1772-1827. 

.66 Campenon, Fran9ois Nicolas Vincent 1 772-1843. 

.67 Millevoye, Charles Hubert 1 782-1816. 
.68 

.69 Minor Poets. 

.7 Constitutional Monarchy, 1815-1848. 

.71 B^ranger, Pierre Jean de 1780-1857. 

.72 Delavigne, Jean Fran9ois Casimir 1793-1843. See84a.;9. 

.73 Deschamps, £mile 1 791-187 1. 

.74 Lamartine, Alphonse Marie Louis de Prat de 1 792-1869. 

.75 Reboul, Jean 1 796-1 864. 

.76 Vigny, Alfred Victor, comte de 1799-1863. Sec 843.75. 

.77 Musset, Louis Charles Alfred de 1810-1857. See 842.76. 

.78 Hugo, Victor Marie, comte 1802-1885. See 841.78 and 843.;? 

.79 Mmor Poets. 

•8 Later 19th Century, 1848- 

.81 Laprade, Pierre Marin Victor Richard de 181 2-1883. 

.82 Dupont, Pierre 1821-1870. 

.83 Banville, Theodore Faullain de 1820-1891. 

.84 Sully-Prudhomme, Rene Fran9ois Armand 1839- 

.85 Coppee, Francis £douard Joachim 1842- See 843.881 

M Deroul^de, Paul 1846- 

.87 

.88 

.89 Minor Poets. 

842 French Drama. 

.1 Early French, 842-1400. 

es. 

1240-1286W 



.11 


Mysteries and Mirs 


.12 


Adam de la Halle 


•13 


Bodel, Jean. 


.14 




•IS 




.16 




.17 




.18 




.19 


Minor Dramatists. 



842.2 Transition Period, 1400-1500. 



.21 


Gresban, Arnoul. 




.22 


Michel, Jean ~^493» 




•23 
.24 

•25 
26 


Gringoirc, Pierie 1 480-1 544. 




•27 
.28 
.29 


Minor Dramatists. 




•3 


Renaissance, 1500-1600. 




•3' 


Le Coq, Thomas. 




•32 


Baif, Lazare de. 




•33 


La Peruse, Jean Bastier de J53<^i555« 




•34 


Jodelle, Etienne ^ 532-1 573- 




•35 


Gr^vin, Jacques 1 538-1 570. 




.36 


La Taille, Jean de 1 540-1608. 




'37 


Gamier, Robert 1 545-1601. 




.38 


Larivey, Pierre de 1550-1612. 




•39 


Minor Dramatists. 




.4 


Classical Period, 1600-1715. 




.41 


Comeille, Pierre 1606-1684. 




42 


Molidre, Jean Baptiste Poquelin, caZ/ed 1622-1673. 




•43 


Corneille, Thomas 1625-1709. 




.44 


Boursault, 'Edme 1638-1701. 




•45 


Racine, Jean 1639-1699. 




.46 


Brueys, David Augustin de 1640-1723. 




47 


Dufresny, Charles Riviere 1648-1724. 




^8 


Baron, Michel Boyron, caUed 1653-1729. 




.49 


Minor Dramatists. 




•5 


i8th Century, 1715-1789. 




•51 


La Motte, Antoine Houdart de 1672-1731. 




•52 


Crebillon, Prosper Jolyot de 1674-1762. 




•53 


Destouches, Philippe Nericault 1680-1754. 




•54 


Marivaux, Pierre Carlet de Chamblain de 1688-1763. 


See 843.5a. 


•55 


Piron, Alexis 1689-1773. 




.56 


Voltaire, Francois Marie Arouet de 1694-1778. 


See 843.54. 


•57 


S^daine, Michel Jean I7I9-I797' 




.58 


Beaumarchais, Pierre Augustin Caron de 1 732-1 799. 




•59 


Minor Dramatists. 




.6 


Revolution and Empire, 1789-1815. 




.61 


Ducis, Jean Fran9ois ^733" 


1816. 


.62 


Collin-Harleville, Jean Fran9ois ^735" 


1806. 


.63 


La Harpe, Jean Fran9ois de ^739- 


1803. See 


.64 


Fabre d*£glantine, Philippe Fran9ois Nazaire 1755- 


1794. 


.6s 


Andrieux, Fran9ois Guillaume Jean Stanislas 1759-1 


1833- 


.66 


Chenier, Marie Joseph 1764- 


[811. 


.67 


Picard, Louis Benoit 1769- 


[828. 


.68 


I^mercier, Louis Jean N^pomuc^ne ^77^"^ 


[840. 


.69 


Minor Dramatists. 





8<3.7 Constitutional Monarchy, 1815-1848. 



71 
72 

73 
74 

75 
76 

77 
78 

79 

8 

82 

83 
84 

.86 

^7 
.88 

.89 



Soumet, Alexandre 1 788-1845. 

Delavigne, Jean Fran9ois Casimir I793~i843. See 841.7a. 

Scribe, Augustin Eugene 1791-1861. 
Ancclot, Jacques Arsene Fran9ois Polycarpe 1 794-1 864. 

Vigny, Alfred Victor, comte de 1799-1863. See 841.76. 

Musset, Louis Charles Alfred de 1810-1857. See 841.77. 

Dumas, Alexandre, the elder 1806-1870. See 843.76. 

Hugo, Victor Marie, comte 1802-1885. See 841.78 and 843.78 
Minor Dramatists. 



Later 19th Century, 1848- 

Labiche, Eugene Marin 

Ponsard, Fran9ois 

Augier, Guillaume Victor £mile 

Dumas, Alexandre, fils 

Bornier, Henri de 

Sardou, Victorien 

Pailleron, ^douard 

Coppee, Francis £douard Joachim 

Minor Dramatists. 



1815-88 

1824-1867. 

1822-89 

1824- 

1825- 

1831- 

1834- 
1842- 



See 841.85. 



843 French Fiction. 



•2 

.21 
.22 

•23 
.24 

•25 
.26 

.27 
.28 

.29 

•3 

•31 
•32 
•33 

•34 

•35 
•36 

•37 
.38 

•39 

.4 

41 
.42 

•43 



Transition Period, 1400-1500. 

Christine de Pisan 1 363-1 431. 
Jean de Tuim. 

La Sale, Antoine de 1 398-1 462. 

Chastelain, Georges 1403-147 5. 



Minor Writers. 

Renaissance, 1 500-1 600. 

Marguerte de Navarre 
Desperriers, Bonaventure 
Herberay, Nicolas d* 
Du Fail, Noel 
Bouchet, Guillaume 
Beroalde de Verville, Fran9ois 



Minor Writers. 



1 492-1 549. 

1 500-1 544 
-1552 
-1585 

1 526-1 606 

1 558-1612 



-»5 

-47 
48 

•49 



Classical Period, 1600-1715. 

Urf^, Honors d* 

Gomberville, Marin Le Roy de 

La Calpren^de, Gauthier de Costes de 

Scud^ry, Georges de 

Scudery, Madeleine de 

Cyrano de Bergerac, Savinien 

Perrault, Charles 



1568-1625. 
1600-1647. 
1602-1663. 
1601-1667. 
1607-1701. 
1620-1655. 
1628-1703. 



Lafayette, Marie Madeleine Pioche de la Vergne, comtesse de 1634-1693. 
Minor Writers. 



843.5 ^^^^ Century, 1715-1789. 

.51 Le Sage, Alain Ren^ 1668-1747. 

.52 Marivaux, Pierre Carlet de Chamblain de 1688-1763. See 842.54. 

.53 Prevost d'Exiles, Antoine Fran9ois 1 697-1 763. 

.54 Voltaire, Francois Marie Arouet de 1694-1778. See84*.56. 

.55 Crcbillon, Claude Prosper Jolyot de, fils 1 707-1 777. 

.56 Rousseau, Jean Jacques 1712-1778. 

.57 Restif de la IJretonne, Nicolas Edme 1 734-1806. 

.58 Florian, Jean Pierre Claris de I75S-I794« 

.59 Minor Writers. 

•6 Revolution and Empire, 1789-1815. 

.61 St. Pierre, Jacques Henri Hernardin de 1737-18 14. 

.62 Staiil Holstein, Anne Louise Germaine (Necker), 

baronne de 1766-18 17. 

.63 Constant de Rebecque, Henri Benjamin 1 767-1830. 

.64 Maistre, Xavier de 1 763-1852. 

.65 Chateaubriand, Fran9ois Auguste Ren^, vicomte de 1768-1848. 
.66 

.67 
.68 

.69 Minor Writers. 

.7 Constitutional Monarchy, 1815-1848. 

.71 Beyle, Marie Henri [de Stendhal] 1 783-1842. 

.72 Nodier, Charles 1 790-1844. 

.73 Balzac, Honors de 1799-1850. 

.74 Sue, Marie Joseph, called Eugene 1804- 1857. 

.75 Souvestre, £mile 1806-1854. 

.76 Dumas, Alexandre, the elder 1 806-1870. See 843.77. 

.77 Gautier, Theophile 1811-1872. 

.78 Hugo, Victor Marie, comte 1802-1885. See 84178 an?! 842.78. 

,79 Minor W^riters. 

•8 Later 19th Century, 1848- 

.81 Mcrim^e, Prosper i8o3-i87a 

.82 Dudevant, Amantine Lucile Aurore Dupin [George Sand] 1804-1S76. 

.83 Feuillet, Octave 1822-1890 

.84 Flaubert, Gustave 1821-1881. 

_ _ , ^, . ( Erckmann, £mile 1822- 

&l Erckmann-Chatrian | ^,^^^^.^^ Alexandre .826-1890 

^6 About, Edmond Francois Valentin 1828-1885 

.87 Cherbuliez, Victor 1832- 

S& Daudet, Alphonse 1840- 

.89 Minor Writers. 

844 French Essays. 

.3 Renaissance, 1500-1600. 

.31 Montaigne, Michel Eyquem de 1533'^ 592* 

.4 Classical Period, 1600-1715. 

.41 Du Vair, Guillaume 1556-1621. 

•42 Saint-Evremond, Charles de Marguetel de Saint-denis de 1613-1703. 



844*5 ^S*^ Century, 1715-1789. 

.51 Fontcnelle, Bernard Ic Bovier de 1657-1757. 

.52 Montesquieu, Charles le Secondat, baron de 1689-1755. 

.53 Alembert, Jean le Rond d' 17 17-1783. 

.6 Revolution and Empire, 1789-1815. 

.61 La Harpe, Jean Fran9ois de 1739-1803. See84t.6f 

.62 Joubert, Joseph 1 754-1824. 

.63 Courier de M^r^, Paul Louis 1772-1825. 

.64 Senancour, £tienne Pivert de 1 770-1846. 

.7 Constitutional Monarchy, 1815-1848. 

.71 La Mennais, Hugues F^licit^ Robert de 1 782-1854. 

.72 Villemain, Abel Fran9ois 1 790-1870. 

.7:^ Planche, Jean Baptiste Gustave 1808-1857. 

.74 Sainte Beuve, Charles Aug^stin 1804-1869. 

.75 Saint-Marc Girardin 1801-1873. 

.76 Janin, Jules Gabriel 1804-1874. 

.77 Nisard, Jean Marie Napoleon D^sir^ 1806- 

.8 Later 19th Century, 1848- 

.81 Quinet, Edgar 1803-1875. 

.82 Renan, Ernest 1823-1^92. 

.83 Taine, Hippolyte Adolphe 1828- igj, 

845 French Oratory, subdivided by penods, uke 841. 

846 French Letters, subdivided by periods, uke 841. 

847 French Satire and Humor. 

.1 Early French, 842-1400. 

.11 Guyot de Provins. 

.12 *• Roman du Renard." See 837.31 and 839.371. 

.13 Deschamps, Eustache 1320-1400. 

.3 Renaissance, 1500-1600. 

.31 Marot, Clement 1495-1544. 

.32 Rabelais, Francois i495~i553' 

.33 " La Satyre M^nippce ** I594' 

.34 A ubign^, Theodore Agrippa d* 1 550-1630. 

•35 Regnier, Mathurin 1573-1613. 

.4 Classical Period, 1600-1715. 

.41 Viau, Th^ophile de 1 590-1626. 

.42 Saint Amant, Marc Antoine Gerard 1 594-1 661. 

.43 Scarron, Paul 1610-1660. 

.44 Benserade, Isaac de 161 2-1 691. 

.45 Fureti^re, Antoine 1620-1688. 

.46 Boileau Despr6aux, Nicolas 1636-1711. 

.47 Regnard, Jean Fran9ois ^655-1 709. 

.5 i8th Century, 1715-1789. 

.51 Gresset, Jean Baptiste Louis 1 709-1 777« 

.52 Gilbert, Nicolas Joseph Laurent 1751-1780. 

.7 Constitutional Monarchy, 1815-1848. 

.71 Barthelemy, August Marseille 1796- 1867. 

.72 Barbier, Henri Auguste 1805-1882. 

848 French M iscellany . subdivided by periods, uke 841. 

/9 , S/.. ^ -^-/^ 



.■- "' ■ ■ ■ ~ ^^ 



849 Provencal Literature. 



.1 Provencal poetry. 

«IC 1st Period. 9cx>-iioa 

Poetry in hands of clergy. No folk poetry preserved. Form mainly epic. Language 
not yet fixed. Country under rule of counts, nominally subject to Emperor, really 
independent till i486, then reunited to France. 

•Ill Epic Poetry. 

Bocthius. 
.112 Lyric Poetry. 

•119 Minor poetry. Didactic. 

12 Golden Age. 1100-1300. 

Poets mainly knights, but after 1250 almost exclusively buij^hers. Lyric most important. 

.121 Romances of Chivalry. 

Girart de Rossilho. 
•122 Historical Poetry. 

Croisade contre les Albigeois. 
•123 Romans d'A ventures. 

Flamenca. 
•I 24 Lyric Poetry. 

•125 Bernart de Ventadom flourished about 11 40-1 195. 

•126 Born, Bertran de " " 1180-1195. 

•127 Arnaut Daniel " " 1 180-1200. 

•128 Borneill, Guiraut de, " ** 1 175-1220. 

.129 Minor poetry. 

Nearly 500 poets named beside anonymous poems. Form prevails over content; 
great variety of poetic forms. These lyric poets are the real Troubadours. 
.13 Aftermath 1300-1500. 

Downfall of language and literature owing to lack of content and to political and social 
causes, especially the Crusade against the Albigenses. 

•I31 Poets of school of Toulouse. 

Arnaut Vidal, first recipient of the Golden Violet, 1324. Poetry artificial — a craft 
Las Leys d* Amors is the code of poetic laws, by Guillem Molinier, Chancellor of 
" Consistory de la gaya sciensa " established at Toulouse 1324. First prize a 
golden violet. When in danger of perishing, Consistory revived in 1484 and 
poetic exercises styled " Jeux Floraux." 

•15a La Noble I^yczon. 

Religious poetry of Waldenses. 

.139 Minor poetry. 

•14 Decadence. 1 500- 

Provengal sinks to position of a dialect despite fitful attempts to revive it, the most 
recent, that connected with publication of Li Proven^alo 1852. 

•I41 Goudouli, Pierre de 1 579-1649. 

•142 Despourrins, Cyprien 1698-1755. 

•I43 Jasmin,. Jacques 1 798-1 864. 

•144 Roumanille, Joseph 18 18- 

•145 Aubanel, Jos. Marie J. Baptiste Theodore 1829- 

•I46 Mistral, Frederic 1830- 

•149 Minor poetry. 



849-9 Catalan Literature. 

.91 Catalan poetry. 

.911 1st Period 1200-1350. 

Catalonia before 1137 ruled by French Counts, then united to Ara^on. Laofii;uage 
is closely allied to Provencal, in which tirsi poets wrote. MSS. scattered ; 
few as yet printed ; Literature begins with James ist (i2i3-*76) who made 
Catalan the state language. 

Kor Ramon Muntaner see 849.981.3. 

.1, Raimon Lull 1225*1315; .2, Kebler 1250; .9. Minor poets. 

.912 Second Period. 1350--1450. 

Imitation of Neo Provencal, French and Italian, specially of Dante, Petrarch and 
Koccacio. Some dashes of originality. Fra Rocaberti. Imitation of Dante. 
.913 Age of Perfection 1450- 

From i6th Century, Catalan literature merged in Spanish, tho some writers stil 

employ idiom, e. g. '* Balagucr " 
.1, March, Ausias -1460, greatest of Catalan poets; .2, FenoUa, Bernard; .3, Jacme 

Roig (satiric) ; .4, Farrer; .5, Serafi; 6, Pujol: .7, Garcia; .9, Minor Poets. 

.Q3 Catalan Fiction. 

•933 Age of Perfection 1450- 

Joanet Martorel -1460. Tirant lo Blanch, a chivalric romance. 

.98 Miscellany. 

.981 ist Period. 1200-1350. 

Prose superior to poetry. Chronicles of great importance, culminating in Muntaner. 
. I, James ist (The Conqueror) i2i3-'76; .2, Desclot, Bernardo; .3, Muntaner, Ramon 
1265-1340; .4, Ximenes; .9, Minor authors. 

.982 Second period. 1350-1450 

Prose resists foreign influences belter than puetry. Many philosophical and theo- 
logical writings beside historical worl:s. 
.1, Tomich; .2, Turell; .9, Minor writers. 



85o Italian Literature. 



850.1, Philosophy: .a, Compends; .^, Dictionaries; .4, Essays. Lectures, anc*! Addresses 
on Italian Literature; .5, Periodicals; .6, Societies; .7, Study and Teaching; .8, Col- 
lections; .9, History. 



851 Italian Poetry. 



•I 

II 

12 

16 

18 

•2 



.21 
.22 

•23 
.24 

•25 
.26 

.29 

•3 

•31 
•32 
•33 
•34 
•35 
.36 
'37 
•38 
•39 

4- 

•41 
.42 

•43 
44 

•45 
.46 

47 
•49 



-1250. 

-1294. 

-1276. 
1260-1300. 
1265-1321. 
I 270-1 336. 

-1369. 

1 304-1 374. 



.03, Dramatic; .03, Romantic and Epic: .04, Lyric, Ballads; .05, Didactic; .06, Descrip- 
tive; .07, Satirical and Humorous; .09, History of Italian Poetry. 

Early Italian ; Age of Dante, -i375 

To death of Boccaccio, 1375. 

Protonotario, Stefano 
Arezzo, Guittonc d' 
Guinicclli, (luido 
Cavalcanti, Guide 
Alighieri, Dante 
Pistoia, Cine da 
Uberti, Fazio dcgli 
Petrarca, Francesco 
Minor Poets. 

Period of Classical Learning, 1375-1492. 

From death of Boccaccio, 1375, to death of Lorenz<i il Magnifico, 149a. 
Frezzi, Federigo -14 16. 

Bojardo, Matteo 1430- 1494. 

Medici, Lorenzo dei (II Magnifico) 144S-1492. 
Poliziano, Angelo 1454-1494. See Ssa.aj. 

Berivicni, (jirolamo 1453-1542. 

Sannazzaro, Jacopo I45^i530' 

Minor Poets. 

Age of Leo the Tenth, 1492-1542. 

From death of Lorenzo il Magnifico, 1492, to Convocation of Coundl of Irent, 154a 



Bembo, Pietro 
Ariosto, Lodovico 

Rucellai, Giovanni 
Molza, Francesco 
Tasso, Bernardo 
Alamanni, Luigi 
Guidiccioni, Giovanni 
Casa, Cjiovanni della 
Minor Poets. 



1470-1547. 

1474-1533- 
147 5-1 526. 

1 483- 1 544. See 853.33. 

1493-15^- 
1495-1556. 

1500-1541. 

1 503-1 556. 



Later i6th Century, 1542-1585. 



From Convocation of Council of Trent, 1542, to Pontificate of Sixtus V., 158^ 
Costanzo, Angelo di 
Rota, Bernardino 
Tansillo, Luigi 
Magno, Celio 
Guarini, Giovanibattista 



Tasso, Torquato 

Baldi, Bernardino 
Minor Poets. 



1 507-1 591. 

» 509-1 575- 
1 510-1568. 

1536-1602. 

1537-1612. 



1 544-1 595. 
1 553-1617. 



B51.5 Period of Decline, 1585-1748. 

From Pontificate of Sixtus V., 1585-90, to Peace of Aix-Ia-Chapelle. 174& 



•5» 


Chiabrera, Gabriello 


1 552-1637. 


•52 


Marini, Giovambattista 


1 569-1625. 


•53 


Testi, Fulvio 


I 593-1 646. 


•54 


Filicaja, Vincenzo 


1 642- 1 707. 


•55 


Guidi, Alcssandro 


1650-1712. 


.56 


Manfredi, Eustachio 


1674- I 738. 


•57 


Frugoni, Carlo Innocenzo 


1692-1768. 


.58 


Algarotti, Francesco 


17 1 2-1764. 


•59 


Minor .Poets. 





.6 Period of Renovation, 1748-1814. 

From Peace of Aix-Ia-Chapelle, 1748, to Congress of Vienna, 1814. 

.61 Paradisi, Agostino ^ 736-1 783. 

.62 Mascheroni, Lorenzo 1750-1800. 

.63 Pindemonte, Ippolito 1753-1828. 

.64 Monti, Vincenzo 1 754-1828. 

.65 Cassi, Francesco 1778- 1846. 

.66 Foscolo, Ugo 1 7 79- 1 827. 

.67 Arici, Cesare 1782-1836. 

.68 Sestini, Bartolommeo 1 792-1822. 

.69 Minor Poets. 

.7 Early 19th Century, 1814-1859. 

From Congress of Vienna, 1814, to War of Independence, 1859W 



See 853. 7« 



.71 


Berchet, Giovanni 


1783-1851. 


.72 


Rossetti, Gabriello 


I 783-1854. 


•73 


Manzoni, Aiessandro 


1785-1873. 


.74 


Marchetti, Giovanni 


1790-1852. 


•75 


Leopard!, (iiacomo 


1798-1837. 


.76 


Carrer, Luigi 


1801-1850. 


'77 


Rcgaldi, Giuseppe 


1809-1883. 


.78 


Prati, Giovanni 


181 5-1884. 


•79 


Minor Poets. 





.8 Later 19th Century, 1859- 

From War of Independence. 1859, to 

.81 Aleardi, Aleardo 

.82 Zanella, Giacomo 

.83 Gnoli, Domenico 

.84 Carducci, Giosu^ 

.85 Fogazzaro, Antonio 

.86 Rapisardi, Mario 

.87 Guerrini, Olindo 
.88 

.89 Minor Poets. 



1810-1878. 

1820- 

1836- 

1836- 

1842- 

1843- 
1845- 



852 Italian Drama. 

Early Italian ; Age of Dante, -i375* 

Period of Classical Learning, 1375-1492. 

.21 Belcari, Feo 1410-1484. 

.22 Poliziano, Angclo 1 454-1 494. See 851.24. 

,29 Minor Dramatists. 

,3 Age of Leo the Tenth, 1492-1542. 

.31 Machiavelli, Niccol6 1469-1527. See 854.31. 

.32 Dovizi, Bernardo (Cardinal Bibbiena) 1470-1520. 

•33 Trissino, Gian Giorgio 1 478-1 550. 

.34 Aretino, Pietro 1492-1556. 

,35 Ambra, Francesco d* "'55^* 

.39 Minor Dramatists. 

.4 Later i6th Century, 1542-1585. 

.41 Speroni, Sperone 1 500-1 588. 

^ Giraldi, G. B. Cinzio 1504-1573- See 853.44. 

.43 Cecchi, Giovanni Maria 1517-1587. 

44 Asinari, Federigo 1 527-1 576. 

*45 Porta, Giovambattista della 1 538-161 5. 

49 Minor Dramatists. 

•5 Period of Decline, 1585-1748. 

.51 Buonarroti, Michelangiolo, Jr. 1 564-1646. 

.52 Rinuccini, Ottavio 1 565-1622. 

.53 Andreini, Giovambattlsia 1 578-1650. 

•54 Gigli, Girolamo 1660-1722. 

.55 Zeno, Apostolo 1669-17 50. 

.56 Maffei, Scipione 1675-1755. 

.57 Trapassi, Pietro (Metastasio) 1698-1782. 

.59 Minor Dramatists. 

.6 Period of Renovation, 1748-1814. 

For Manzoni, see S51.73 and 853.72. 

.61 Goldoni, Carlo 1707-1793. 

.62 Gozzi, Carlo 1722-1806. 

.^3 Capacelli Albergati, Francesco 1728-1804. 

.64 Alfieri, Vittorio 1749- 1803. 

.65 Nota, Alberto 1775-1847. 

.66 Biondi, Luigi 1 776-1 839. 

.67 Benedetti, Francesco 1785-1821, 

.69 Minor Dramatists. 

•7 Early 19th Century, 1814-1859. 

.71 Niccolini, Giovambattista 1782-1861- 

.72 Pellico, Silvio 1788-1854. 

.73 Giacometti, Paolo 1816-1881. 

.74 Gherardi del Testa, Tommaso i8i8-i8.''2. 

.75 Ferrari, Paolo 1822-89 

•79 Minor Dramatists. 



% 



852.8 Later 19th Century, 1859- 



.81 


Bersezio, Vittorio 


1830- 


.82 


Cossa, Pietro 


1833-1882. 


.83 


Carrera, Valentino 


1834- 


.84 


Marenco, Leopoldo 


1836- 


.85 


Cavallotti, Felice 


1842- 


.86 


Torelli, Achille 


1844- 


.87 






.88 






.89 


Minor Dramatists. 





853 Italian Fiction. 

I Early Italian ; Age of Dante, -i375. 

11 ** Cento Novelle Antiche '* (Gualteruzzi's Collection). 

12 Barberi no, Francesco da 1264-1348. 
,13 Pisa, Guido da -1350. 
,14 Gubbio, Bosone da 

,15 Boccaccio, Giovanni I3i3-i375* 

,19 Minor Writers. 

.2 Period of Classical Learning, 1375-1492. 

.21 Sacchetti, Franco -1400. 

,22 Fiorentino, Ser Giovanni 

.23 Manetti, Antonio 1423-1497. 

>24 Mangabotti, Andrea dei 

,25 Prato, Giovanni da 

,29 Minor Writers. 

.3 Age of Leo the Tenth, 1492-1542. 

.31 Salernitano, Masuccio 

.32 Bandello, Matteo 1480-1561. 

.33 Molza, Francesco 1483-1544. See 851.34. 

,34 Firenzuola, Agnolo 1493-1548. 

.39 Minor Writers. 

4 Later i6th Century, 1542-1585. 

.41 Grazzini, Antonfrancesco(Lasca)i 503-1 583. 

.42 Doni, Antonfrancesco I5i3-i574- 

.43 Erizzo, Sebastiano 1525-1585. 

.44 Giraldi, G. B. Cinzio 1504-1573. See 852.41. 

.45 Parabosco, Girolamo -1560. 

.49 Minor Writers. 

.5 Period of Decline, 1585-1748. 

.6 Period of Renovation, 1748-1814. 



1-7 


Early igth Century, 


1814- 


-1859. 




•71 


Rosini, Giovanni 




1776-1855. 




.72 


Manzoni, Alessandro 




1785-1873. 


See 851.73. 


'73 


Grossi, Tomniaso 




1791-1853. 




.74 


Guerrazzi, Francesco Domenico 


-1873- 




•75 


Bresciani, Antonio 




I 798-1862. 




.76 


Cantii, Cesare 




1807- 




'77 


Carcano, Giulio 




181 2-1883. 




.78 


Azeglio, Massimo d* 




1800-1866. 




•79 


Minor Writers. 








.8 


Later igth Century, 


1859- 






.81 


Caste 11 azzo, Luigi 




1827- 




.82 


Barrili, Anton Giulio 




1836- 




^3 


Capuana, Luigi 




1839- 




.84 


Verga, Giovanni 




1840- 




.85 


Faldella, Giovanni 




1846- 




.86 


Farina, Salvatore 




1846- 




.87 


Giovagnoli, Raffaello 








.88 


Serao, Matilde 




1856- 




.89 


Minor Writers. 









854 Italian Essays. 

Early Italian ; Age of Dante, -^375* 

,11 Cavalca, Fra Domenico ->342. 

,12 Passavanti, Fra Jacopo "'357* 

Period of Classical Learning, 1375-1492. 

.21 Alberti, Leone Hattista 1 404-1 472. 

.22 Palmieri, Matteo 1405-147 5. 

.23 Bisticci, Vespasiano da 1 421-1498. 

.24 Collenuccio, Pandolfo -1504. 

.25 Vinci, Leonardo da 1452-1519. 

.29 - Minor Essayists. 

.3 Age of Leo the Tenth, 1492-1542. 

.31 Machiavelli, Niccol6 1469-1527. See Ssa.$u 

.32 Nardi, Jacopo '476-1 555. 

.33 Castiglione, Baldassare 1478-1529. 

.34 Guicciardini, Francesco 1482-1540. 

.35 Giannotti, Donato '494-' 573* 

.36 Giambullari, Pier Francesco M95-I5S5' 

.37 Gelli, Giovambattista 1498-1563. 

.38 Varchi, Benedetto 1 503-1 566^ 

.39 Minor Essayists. 



B54-4 


Later i6th Century, 


1542-1 


585- 


.41 


Castelvetro, Ludovico 




1 505-1 57 X. 


.42 


Piccolomini, Alessandro 




1 508-1 578. 


•43 


Borghini, Vincenzo 




1 51 5-1 580. 


•44 


Davanzati, Bernardo 




I 529-1606. 


•45 


Salviati, Leonardo 




1540-1589. 


.46 


Ammirato, Scipione 




I53I-I60I. 


•47 


Paruta, Paolo 




1540-1598. 


.48 


Botero, Giovanni 




1 540-1617. 


.49 


Minor Essayists. 






•5 


Period of Decline, i 


585-1748. 


•5' 


Sarpi, Paolo 




1 550-1623. 


•52 


Galilei, Galileo 




1 564-1642. 


•53 


Bartoli, Daniele 




I608-I685. 


•54 


Dati, Carlo 




I6I9-I675. 


•55 


Gravina, Giovanni Vincenzo 


1664-17 18. 


.56 


Muratori, Ludovico Antonio 


I672-I750. 


•57 


Giannone, Pietro 




I676-I748. 


.58 


Zanotti, Francesco Maria 




1692-1777. 


•59 


Minor Essayists. 






.6 


Period of Renovation, 174C 


I-I8I4. 


.6i 


Bettinelli, Saverio 




I7I8-I808. 


.62 


Denina, Carlo 




I730-I8I3. 


.63 


Tiraboschi, Girolamo 




I73I-I794. 


.64 


Lanzi, Luigi 




I732-I8IO. 


.65 


Beccaria, Cesare 




1735-1793- 


.66 


Filangeri, Gaetano 




I752-I788. 


•67 


Cesari, Antonio 




I760-I828. 


.68 


Peiticari, Giulio 




I779-I822. 


.69 


Minor Essayists. 






•7 


Early 19th Century, 


1814-1859. 


.71 


Costa, Paolo 




I77I-I836. 


.72 


Giordani, Pietro 




I 774-1 848. 


•73 


Troya, Carlo 




I785-I859. 


.74 


Balbo, Cesare 




I789-I853. 


•75 


Capponi, Gino 




I 792- I 878. 


.76 


Mamiani della Rovere, Terenzio 


1800-188 5. 


•77 


Gioberti, Vincenzo 




I80I-I853. 


.78 


Tommaseo, Niccolo 




I 802-1 874. 


•79 


Minor Essayists. 






.8 


Later 19th Century, 


1859- 




.81 


Sanctis, Francesco de 




I8I8- 


.82 


Bonghi, Ruggiero 




1827- 


•83 


Conti, Augusto 




1827- 


.84 


Villari, Pasquale 




1827- 


-85 


Ardig6, Roberto 




1828- 


.86 


Comparetti, Domenico 




1835- 


^7 


Zumbini, Bonaventura 




1840- 


.88 


Panzacchi, Enrico 




I84I- 


.89 


Minor Essayists. 






855 


Italian Oratory. 







856 Italian Letters. 



857 Italian Satire and Humor. 

I Early Italian ; Age of Dante, -i375« 

1 1 Gemignano, Folgore da San 

12 Chitarra, Cene dalla 

13 Angiulieri, Cccco 

14 Pucci, Antonio ^^377* 
19 Minor Writers. 

.2 Period of Classical Learning, 1375-1492* 

.21 Burchiello, Domenico 1 395-1448 

.22 Pulci, Luigi 1432-1484. 

.23 Vinciguerra, Antonio 

.29 Minor Writers. 

•3 ^gc of Leo the .Tenth, 1492-1542. 

.31 Folengo, Teofilo (Merlin Cocai) 1491-1^44. 

.^2 Bcrni, Francesco '49^^535* 

.39 Minor Writers. 

.4 Later i6th Century, 1542-1585. 

41 Nelli, Pietro 

42 Bcccuti, Francesco '509~J5S3» 

43 Caporali, Cesare 1531-1601, 
49 Minor Writers. 

5 Period of Decline, 1585-1748. 

51 Tassoni, Alessandro '565-1635. 

52 Bracciolini, Francesco 1566-1645. 

53 Lalli, Giovambattista ' 572-1637. 

54 Lippi, Lorenzo 1606- 1664. 

55 Rosa, Salvatore 161^-1673. 

56 Menzini, Benedetto 1646-1704. 

57 Sergardi, Ludovico 1660-172U 

58 Fortiguerri, Niccol6 1674-173C. 

59 Minor Writers. 

.6 Period of Renovation, 174B-1814. 

.61 Gozzi, Gasparo 17 13-1786. 

.62 Passeroni, Gian Carlo 17 13-1803. 

.63 Casti, Giovambattista 1721-1803. 

.64 Parini, Giuseppe 1 739-1799- 

.65 Baretti, Giuseppe 17 16-1780, 

.66 Elci, Angelo Maria d' 1754-1824. 

.67 Pananti, Filippo 1 766-1837. 

.69 Minor Writers. 

.7 Early 19th Century, 1814-1859. 

.71 Giusti, Giuseppe 1809-1850. 

858 Italian Miscellany. 

.8 Later 19th Century, 1859- 

,81 Gubernatis, Angelo de 1840- 

.82 Amicis, Edmondo de 1846- 



859 Wallachian Literature. 



.1, Poetry; .2, Drama; .3, Fiction; .4, Essays; .5, Oratory; .6, Letters; .7, Satire and 
Humor; .8, Miscellany. 

Rumansh Literature 

Subdivided like 859. 



860 Spanish Literature. 



860.1, Philosophy; .a, Compends; .3, Dictionaries; .4, Essays; .5, Periodicals; .6, Societies; 
.7, Study and Teaching ; .8, Collections; .9, History. 



861 Spanish Poetry. 



.02, Dramatic; .03, Romantic and Epic; .04, Lyric, Ballads; .05, Didactic; .06, Descriptive; 
.07, Satirical and Humorous; .09, History of Spanish Poetry. 

•X Early Spanish. -1369* 

In 711 the Visigothic kingdom, founded in the 5th cent, was overthrown by Arabs; 711-1492 
Arabic Period or Age of Reconquest. 

literature began in first half of 12th cent. Earliest poetry, epic ; subjects national, themes 
war and religion (861. 11-12). These were followed by an erudite tendency toward 
classic tradition neglecting national themes (861.13 and 14) which were however 
revived toward the close of the period (861.15) by continued victories over Moors 
under Alfonso nth, 1312-50, thereafter reaction again toward didactic (861.16). 
Under Alfonso the wise, 1252-84, a general intellectual awakening, but leading to 
greater results m prose than in poetry. Through him (i) Provencal (and Galidan) 
and (2) Oriental influences were introduced. In Provencal literature chief attention 
was given to perfection of poetic form. The Oriental was didactic in contentf 
symbolic in form. 

•II " Primitive Monuments." 

.12 " Poema de mio Cid." 

•13 Berceo, Gonzalo de 1 196-1266. 

.14 Segura de Astorga, Juan Lorenzo 1250. 

.15 Yaflez Ruy (Cronica del Rey Alfonso Onccno). 

.16 Sem Tob, Rabbi 1350. 

.19 Minor Poets. 

•a Age of Imitation. 1369-1516. 

Henry 2d to Cau'los 1st, Charles 5th of Germany. 1479, Union of Castile and Arragon. 
Under Ferdinand and Isabella all Spain was brought under one scepter. Provencal 
and didactic tendencies continue ; a third element was Italian influence. There were 
three distinct schools : 

I. Provencal, specially influential at court. 

a. Italian (Dante) or Allegorical, introduced by Francisco Imperial, a Genoese. (Meru, 

861.22.) 
3. Didactic. A protest against the Italian school in behalf of national literary traditiona. 

(Ayala, 861.21). 

.11 Lopez de Ayala, Pedro 1 332-1 407. 

.22 Mena, Juan de 1411-1456. 

.23 Mendoza, Ifiigo Lopez de, Marques de Santillana 1 398-1 458. 

.24 Manrique, Jorge 1440-1479. 

.25 Los "Cancioneros*' 1 ^ ,, ^. , 

f T « T^ t. ^ Collections of poetry. 

.26 Los " Romances " ) r j 

•S7 Romancero del Cid. 

"Romances" popular poetry, peculiar to Spain, and generally anonymous; period of 
production, from earliest times to i8th cent. Golden Age during reign of Ferdi- 
nand aud Isabella, a grand reawakening coming with the fall of Granada, 1493. 

•M Minor Poets. 



86i .3 Golden Age. 1516-1700. 

Rule of House of Austria. Painting culminates in this period : Morales 1509-86 ; Coello 
1515-90; Joanes 1523-79; The Herrera — 16th cent.; Ribera 158&-1656; Zurbaran 
1598-1662; Velazquex 1599-1660; Cano 1601-1667; Murillo 1618-1682, etc. 

Fierce op|X)!<ition to the Reformation intensified religious sentiment and produced a school 
of mystics. The sentiment of nationality became a dream of universal monarchy. 
The chivalric cult of woman was replaced by an exaggerated conception of female 
honor, the least suspicion of frailty being visited with death. 

Great number of poets. Nothing notable in Epic; Lyric very prominent ; at first Italian 
influences more intensified, Petrarch the model. This movement, begun by Juan 
Boscan i5oo(?)-i543, culminated in Garcilaso (861.31). The protest against this in 
favor of national traditions is best represented by Castillejo (861.3a). Mendoza (S61.36) 
represents a conciliation. A fusion of two schools follows in which the Italian wins 
the major influence. Thereafter appear two new schools: 

t. Classic, opposed to the fusion and represented by Leon (861.33) and the Argensolas 
(861.34) and 

a. Sicillian or Oriental (inspired specially by the Bible) of which Herrera (861.35) >' stand- 
ard bearer. First manifestations of '* bad taste '* appear ; (founder of school, Alonso 
de Ledesma 1552-1623) represented by Gongora (861.37) which despite opposition (Rioja 
861.38) produces rapid decadence. " Bad taste '' consisted in artificialities, exaggera- 
tions, obscurities, etc. 

•31 Vega, Garcilaso de la ^503~'536. 

.32 Castillejo, Cnst6bal de 1494-1596. 

.33 Leon, Luis Ponce de 1528-1591. 
Leon is equally important in prose. 

.34 Los Argensolas: Lupercio, 1 563-1613 ; Bartolom^ Leonardo 1564-1631. 

.35 Herrera, Fernando de 1 534-1 597. 

.36 Mendoza, Diego Hurtado de 'S03~'575* 

.37 Gongora y Argote, Luis de 1 561-1627. 

.38 Rioja, P'rancisco de 1600-1659. 

.39 Minor Poets. 

.4 i8th century. 1700-1800. 

At death of Carlos 2nd (1700) war of succession resulted in firm establishment of House of 
Bourbon, which, with brief interruptions, has continued to rule. Spanish political 
importance lost. At opening of century complete decadence, "bad taste" every 
where dominant. Attempts made to regenerate Spanish letters according to principles 
of French classicism. Little advance, however, till close of century, despite founda- 
tion of academies (Spanish Academy, 1 714), and doctrinal reform in French sense, 
proclaimed by Luzan (1702-54) in " La Poetica," etc Thereafter a kind of revival. 
Three schools formed : 

I. Qassic French. Moratin the elder (861.41); Cadalso (861.42); Yriarte (861.45) and 
Samaniego (86 1.44). 

a. Antique National, protesting against introduction of French taste. Huerta (861.43). 

3. Salamanca School, an attempt to reconcile the first two, avoiding their extravagances 
and conserving what was good in each. Vald^s (861.46) ; Iglesias (861.47) ; Cienfucgoa 
(861.48); Moratin the younger (862.42) and Jovellanos (868.42). *' Prosaism'' pro- 
duction of exaggerated opposition to Gongorism or " bad taste " also characterizes 
period. Influence of French Encydopedism also manifest. Development of science 
checked by religious (Inquisition) and political despotism. 

Rich development of fables and apologues in verse. Samaniego (861.44) and Yriart* 
(861.45). In epic, complete poverty. 

41 Moratin (The elder), Nicolis Fernandez de 1737-1780. 

42 Cadalso, Jose de 1741-1782. 

43 Huerta, Vicente Antonio Garcia de la 1734-1787. 
j^ Samaniego, Felix Maria de 1 745-1801. 
45 Yriarte, Tomas de 1750-1791. 
.46 Valdes, Juan Mclendez 1754-1817. 
•47 Iglesias de la Casa, Jose 1748-1791. 
.48 Cienfucgos, Nicasio Alvarez de 1764-1809. 
49 Minor Poets. 



861.5 '9*^ century. 1800- 

Abdication of Carlos 4th, 1808; Joseph ist (Bonaparte) 180S-13. Ferdinand 7th restored. 
Salic law abrogated, opening succession to daughter Isabella. Carlist insurrections 
(upholding Salic law) quelled. Isabella driven from throne by revolution 1868; 1871- 
Amadeo (Savoy house), 1873, abdicates and republic is proclaimed; Restoration 
of monarchy in person of Alfonso 12th in 187$. 

Age, till close of Ferdinand's reign, very unfavorable to letters. Under Carlos 4th (1788- 
1808) despotism re-introduced and revolution followed. Policy of Ferdinand 7th, after 
restoration (1813-33), retrograde. An interregnum in letters. First real awaking 
with Espronceda (861.52). Same fluctuations as in previous period. Romantic school 
introduced by Zorrilla (861.53). 

.51 Quintana, Manuel Jose 1772-1857. 

.52 Espronceda, Jose de 1810-1842. 

.53 Zorrilla y Moral, Jose 1817-90 

.54 Gutierrez, Antonio Garcia 181 2- 

•55 G'^ y Zarate, Antonio 1792-1861. 

.56 Hartzembusch, Juan Eugenio 1806-1880. 

.59 Minor Poets. 

862 Spanish Drama. 

.2 Age of Imitation. 1369-1516. 

Evidences of existence of " mysteries " but no remains. 

.21 Enzina, Juan del (.')i 468-1 534. 

.22 Vicente, Gil (?)i45o-i536. 

.3 Golden Age. 1516-1700. 

Drama of this period is chief glory of Spanish letters ; writers show a phenomenal fecundity 
(at 70 " Lope'* had written 1500 dramas), 30,000 dramas composed by beginning of 
i8th cent. At opening of period Church tried to check development of profane 
drama placing nearly all in the "Index." Torres Naharro (works pub. i5i7> and 
Lope de Rueda (d. 1567) form transition from preceding period. Latter, reputed 
father of national theater. Lope de Vega (862.31) real founder. Drama culminates 
in Calderon (862.35); thereafter decadence. 

•3' Vega Carpio, Lope Felix de 1 562-1635. 

.32 Castro y Bel vis Guillen de 1 567-1621. 

.33 Tellez, Gabriel (Tirso de Molina, pseud. (.^)i 570-1648. 

.34 Alarcon y Mcndoza, Juan Ruiz de (.^)i 580-1639. 

.35 Calderon de la Barca, Pedro 1600-1681. 

.36 Rojas y Zorrilla, Francisco de 1607- 

.37 Moreto y Cabafia, Agustin 1 618-1669. 

.39 Minor Dramatists. 

.4 i8th Century. 1700-1800. 

Complete decadence of drama in last years of old monarchy. Revival in i8th cent., follow> 
ing French classic drama. Culminates in Moratin the younger (862.42). Opposition 
of National School voiced in Huerta (861.43). Discussions provoke abundant pro- 
ductions, fecundity rather than merit characterizing mass of writers, Comella(862.4i)> 
Period of unrest; old ideas cannot be reestablished, new cannot be naturalized. 

For Moratin the elder, see 861.41 and Huerta, 861.43. 
.41 Cornelia, Luciano Francisco 17 16-1779. 

.42 Moratin, Leandro Fernandez de 17(30-1828. 

.43 Cruz, Ramon de la (Light comedies) 1731-1795- 

.49 Minor dramatists. 

.5 19th Century. 1800- 

Zorrilla (861.53), Gutierrez (861.54), and Rubf (862.52) represent "romantic" movement in 
Spanish drama. For Gil y Zdrate, see 861.55; Hartzembusch, 861.56. 

.51 Martinez de la Rosa, Francisco 1 789-1862. 

.52 Rodriguez Rubi, Tomas 1817- 

.53 Breton de los Herreros, Manuel 1796- 

.59 Minor dramatists 



863 Spanish Fiction. 

.2 Age of Imitation. 1369-1516. 

Imraeiise vogue of books of chivalry despite legislation till publication of Don Quijote; 
thereafter only one written. [First part of Quijote printed 1605.] 

.21 " Books of Chivalry." 

.22 ** Amadis de Gaula." 

.23 "Celestina." 

.3 Golden Age. 1516-1700. 

Real novel replaces old books of chivalry about 1500. " Picaresca," or " rogue '* novel 
characteristic of this period ; a result of the state of society following wars of Charles 
ist and Phillip 2d, e. g. Mendoza's "Lazarillo de Tormes." For Mendoza, see 
861.36. 

.31 Montemayor, Jorge de 1 520-1 561. 

.32 Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel de 1547-1616. 

.39 Minor novelists. 

.4 i8th Century. 1700-1800. 

.5 19th Century. 1800- 

For Breton de los Herreros, see 862.53 i ^^^ Rodriguez Rubi, 862.53. 

.51 Larra, Mariano Jose de [Figaro] 1809-1837, 

.52 Romanos, Ramon Mesonero de 1803- 

.53 Arrom, Cecilia Boehl de [Feman Caballero] ^ 797-1877. 

.59 Minor writers. 

864 Spanish Essays. 

865 Spanish Oratory. 

Hardly any forensic and little sacred eloquence. When language and culture advanced, 
privileges of Cortes restrained. Sacred eloquence less employed by Sptanish churcb 
than by French or English. Gongorism or " bad taste " conquers here as elsewhere. 

.1 Early Spanish. -1369. 

.2 Age of Imitation. 1369-1516. 

.3 Golden Age. 1516-1700. 

For Luis de Leon, see 861.33; and Luis de Granada, 868.3a. 

.4 i8th Century. 1700-1800. 

For Jovellanos, see 868.42 ; and Valdes, 861.46. 

.5 19th Century. 1800- 

.51 Olozaga, Salustiano de 1803-1873. 

.52 Castelar, Emilio 1832- 

866 Spanish Letters. 

•3 Golden Age. 1516-1700. 

Naturalness of old times changed with majestic court and rigid etiquette of Charles 5tlL 

For Santa Teresa, see 868.33. 

.31 A Vila, Juan de 1 502-1 569. 

.32 Perez, Anlonio 1 540-161 1. 

.39 Minor writers. 



867 Spanish Satire. 

•I Early Spanish. -1369. 

Ruiz, Juan (Arcipreste de Hita) 1350. 

•2 Age of Imitation. 1369-1516. 

" Coplas de Mingo Revulgo." 

.3 Golden Age. 1516-1700. 

Quevedo Villegas, Francisco Gomez de 1 580-1645. 

.4 i8th Century. 1700-1800. 

For Cadalso, see 861.42 ; and Moratin the younger, 862.41. 
.41 Jorge Pitillas (a pseudonym). 

.42 Isla, Jose Francisco de (el Padre) 1703-1761. 

868 Spanish miscellany. 

.1 Early Spanish. -1369. 

.11 Alfonso X., £1 S4bio 1221-1284. 

.12 Sancho El Bravo (IV. of Castile) 1258-1295. 

.13 Manuel, Juan 1282-1347. 

.14 Alfonso XI. i3io-i35a 

.19 Minor writers. 

•2 Age of Imitations. 1369-1516. 

General and special histories, books of travel, works called forth by Boccado** "Cor- 
vaccio," etc. 

.3 Golden Age. 1516-1700. 

Didactic prose. Considerable development, though less than poetry, owing in a great meas- 
ure to restraints political and religious. "Bad Taste" manifests itself here an 
elsewhere. Luis de Granada, Santa Teresa, San Juan de la Cruz, Pedro de Riva- 
deneyra and Luis de Leon, representatives of Mystic School. 
For Luis de Leon, see 861.33 ? ^^^ Quevedo y Villegas, 867.3. 

.31 Mariana, Juan de, Founder of Spanish History 1 536-1623. 

.32 Granada, Luis de 1 504-1 588. 

•33 Teresa de Jesus, Santa 1 513-1582. 

.34 Cruz, San Juan de la 1 542-1 591. 

.35 Rivadeneyra, Ptdro de 1 527-161 1. 

.36 Saavedra Fajardo, Diego de 1 584-1648. 

.39 Minor Writers. 

•4 i8th Century. 1700-1800. 

Under Carlos 3d (lySQ-'SS) scientific studies took a fresh start, due largely to Feii6o who 
attempted intellectual emancipation of Spain. Prose advances under French infli^ 
ence — Gallicisms introduced. 

.41 Feij6o y Montenegro, Benito Jer6nimo 1676- 1764. 

.42 Jovellanos, Caspar Melchor de 1744-1811. 

.49 Minor writers. 

•5 19th Century. 1800- 

For Hartzembusch, J. £., see 861.56^ 

.51 Gayangos, Pascual de 1809- 

.52 Rios, Jos^ Amador de los 1818-1878. 

.53 Mil4 y Fontanals, Manuel 1818- 

•59 Minor writers. 

869 Portuguese Literature. 

. I, Poetry; .2, Drama; .3. Fiction; .4, Essays; .5, Oratory; .6, Letters; .7, Satire and 
Humor; .8, Miscellanv. 



870 Latin Literature. 



. I, Philosophy; .2, Compends; .3, Dictionaries, Cyclopedias; .4, Elssays; .5, Periodicals; .6^ 
Societies; .7, Study and Teaching ; .8, Collections; .9, History of Latin Literature. 

871 Latin Poetry in General. 

See Dramatic, Epic and Lyric below. 

I Lucretius Carus, Titus. See also 187. 

.2 Ovid. (Publius Ovidius Naso.) 

.3 Hyginus, Caius Julius. 

.4 Faliscus, Gratius. 

.5 Manilius, Marcus. 

.6 Phsedrus. 

.7 Lucilius Junior. **^tna." 

8 

872 Latin Drama. 

1 Andronicus, Livius. 

2 Nsevius, Cnseus. 
.3 Plautus, Titus Maccius. 
.4 Ennius. 

.5 Terence. (Publius Terentius Afer.) 

.6 Seneca, Lucius Annseus. see also 878.5. 

7 

873 Latin Epic Poetry. 

I Virgil. (Publius Virgilius Maro.) 

.2 Lucanus, Marcus Annseus. 

.3 Flaccus, Caius Valerius. 

.4 Silius Italicus, Caius. 

Statius, Publius Papinius. 

874 Latin Lyric Poetry. 

.1 Catullus, Tibullus and Propertius. 

.2 Catullus, Valerius. 

.3 Tibullus, Albius. 

.4 Propertius, Sextus Aurelius. 

.5 Horace. (Quintus Horatius Flaccus.) See also 877.3 

.6 Calpurnius Siculus. 

.7 



875 Latin Oratory. 

Cicero, Marcus Tullius. Complete Works. 

For Cicero's Letters see 876. i . 

.2 Orations. 

,3 Rhetorical Works. 

.4 Philosophical Works, see also 186.3. 

.5 Messala Corvinus, Marcus Valerius. 

Quintilian. (Marcus Fabius Quintilianus.) 

876 Latin Letters. 

.1 Cicero, Marcus Tullius. For his other works sec 375.1-875.4. 

.2 Pliny. (Caius Plinius Csecilius Secundus.) 

.3 Pronto, Marcus Cornelius. 

.4 

877 Latin Satire and Humor. 

1 Lucilius, Caius. 

2 Cato, Valerius. 
.3 Horace, see 874.5- 
.4 Persius Flaccus, Aulus. 
.5 Petronius Arbiter, Cams. 
.6 Martial. (Marcus Valerius Martialis.) 
7 Juvenal. (Decimus Junius Juvenalis.) 

878 Latin Miscellany. 

I Csesar, Caius Julius. 

,2 Sallust. (Caius Sallustius Crispus.) 

3 Nepos, Cornelius. 
.4 Livy. (Titus Livius Patavinus.) 
.5 Seneca, Lucius Annseus. see aUo 872.6 and 188.6. 
.6 Tacitus, Caius Cornelius. 
.7 Suetonius Tranquillus, Caius. 
.8 Curtius Rufus, Quintus. 
J Minor Writers. 

879 Mediaeval and Modern Latin. 

Subdivided like 820. .1, Poetry; .2, Drama; .3, Fiction; .4, Essays; .5, OnUory; .6, 
Letters; .7, Satire and Humor ; .8, Miscellany. 



88o Greek Literature. 



. I, Philosophy: .2, Compends; .3, Dictionaries; .4, E^ssays u» '>teek Lherature; .«, Period- 
icals; .6, Societies; .7, Study and Teaching; .8, Collections; 9, Histon of Greek 
Literature. 



881 


Greek Poetry in General. 


• 


See Dramatic, Epic, and Lyric, below. 


.1 


Theognis. 


.2 


Aratus. 


.3 


Lycophron. 


.4 


Babrius. 


882 


Greek Dramatic Foeirv. 

• 


.1 


^schylus. 


.2 


Sophocles. 


•3 


Euripides. 


•4 


Aristophanes. 


•5 


Epicharmus. 


.6 


Menander. 


883 


Greek Epic Poetry 


.1 


Homer. 


.2 


Hesiod. 


.3 


ApoUonius Rhodius. 


.4 


Oppian. 


•5 


"Orphic Poems." 


884 


Greek Lyric Poetiy, 


.1 


Tyrtaeus. 


.2 


Sappho. 


•3 


Anacreon. 


•4 


Simonides of Ceoe. 


•5 


Pindar. 


.6 


Theocritus. 


.7 


Bion. 


.8 


CaUimachus. 


•9 


Minor Greek Lyric Poets 



885 



.1 
•2 

.3 

.4 

•5 
.6 

•7 
.8 



886 



,i 



.2 



3 



887 



Greek Oratory. 

Andocides. 

Lysias. 

Isaeu?^ 

Isocrates. 

^schines. 

Demosthenes. 

Hyperides. 

Lycurgus. 

Minor Greek Ora^or«c 

Greek Letters. 

Themistocles. 

Alciphron. 

Phalaris. 

Greek Satire and Humor* 

For Comedies of Aristophanes see 88a. <». 

Archilochus. 
Simonides of Samos. 
Hipponax. 

Greek Miscellany. 

Herodotus. 

Thucydides. 

Xenophon. 

Plato. See 184.1, Platonic Philosophy. 

Aristotle. See 185.1, Aristotelian Philosophy. 

Or if preferred the works of Plato and Aristotle ntay be put in 184.1, and 185*1 

.£sop. 
Lucian. 

Plutarch . see also 186.2. 

Minor Writers. 

Medieval and Modern Greek. 

.1, Poetry; .2, Drama; .3, Fiction; .4, Essays; .5, Otatory; .6, Letters; .7, Satire and 
Humor; .8, Miscel'anv. 

890 Literature oi Minor Languages. 

Subdivided like 490, PhUology of Minor Languages. If wished the .1, Pottry; .a. 
Drama, etc., numbers can be used after the language number, e. g., RiuaLin 
Drama 15891.72; Hebrew Poetry 892.41 ; Bengali Poetry 891.441. 



.1 
.2 



888 



I 

2 

3 
4 



6 

7 
8 



889 



I'D 






History. 

900 History in General. 



901-909 all have History in Gtntral as their subject, but it is treated in these various yjwiw*. 
A periodical on English History goes with 942, not 905, which is only for periodicals on 
History in General. A Zero in any class number in any part of the classification shows 
the subject to be general, not specific. 

901 Philosophy, Theories, etc. History of Civiliza- 

tion. 

902 Compends, Chronologies, Charts, Outlines. 

For Chronology as a Science, see 529. 

903 Dictionaries, Cyclopedias, etc. 

904 Essays, Lectures, Addresses. 

905 Periodicals, Historical Magazines. 

906 Societies, Transactions, etc. 

907 Education, Methods of Teaching, Writing, etc. 

See also 371.3. 

908 Polygraphy, Collected Works, Extracts, etc. 

909 Universal and General Modern Histories. 

For General Ancient Histories, see 930. 
.1 A. D. 476—1199. .5 1500 — 1599. 
.3 1200— 1299. .6. 1600— 1699. 

.3 1300— 1399. .7 1700— 1799. 

.4 1400— 1499. .8 1800— 1899. 



910 Geography and Travels. 



Including Topography, Maps, Antiquities, Descriptions, etc 

For map projection, see 526.9. See also 310 Statistics, 390 Customs and Costumes. 
For Directories, Guide Books, Gazetteers, etc., of special countries or geographical sections, 
see under those sectfons, 914-919. 

I 

2 Traveler's Manuals, Guidebooks. 

3 Dictionaries, Gazetteers. v "t.^- t-< y\ ^ < 

4 Circumnavigations, Ocean Travel, Ship Wrecks and Dis- 

asters, Pirates. 

5 Periodicals. 

6 Societies. 

7 Study and Teaching of Geography. School Map Drawing. 

See 372.8, Primary Teaching of Geography. 

8 Collections of Travels, etc. 

9 History of Geography, Travels, Explorations, etc. 



911 Historical. Growth and Changes in Political 

Divisions, etc. subdivided Hke 930-999 

912 Maps, Atlases, Plans of Cities, etc. subdivided uke 93o-99<> 

913 Antiquities, Archaeology, of Special Countries. 

See also 220.93, biblical antiquities; 340.3, legal antiquities; ^71, prehistoric archaeologv ; 930, 
ancient history ; ^90, special customs. 913 is divided hke 930-999. Note that this 3 is 
not the ancient history 3. Keltic antiquities are 913.36, not 913.6, which is African. 

914 Europe. 

915 Asia. 
916 



914-919 is subdivided like 940-999. Whenever these 
AfriP53 main geographical headings occur they may be subdivided 

jr%.l 1 iv^d. exactly like History. The full list of sub-heads is printed 

only under 940-999. In assigning numbers to travels, use 
^ T f-r XT ^ f4- V» A •-*-i A ••C r% ^ ^hc history tables, and insert 1 after ike initial o, and move 

917 IMOrin /iLmeriCa. the decimal point ;e.g. Guide to N. Y. City 15917.471, for 

N. Y. in history tables is 974. 71. 



918 



South America. 



919 Ocean ica and Polar Regions. 

920 Biography. ^" \.^/. , ,. , 

r 
Including Autobiography, Diaries, Personal Narratives, Eulogies, Biographical Dictionaries, 

&c. All Biography is here grouped together under the main classes, and subdivided* in 
the same way with the variations indicated below for Philosophy, Theology, and Soci- 
ology, i. e., the biography of science is divided like science itself, see 500-599. Lives of 
chemists are 925.4; of botanists, 925.8; of sailors, 926.56; of actors, 927.92; of the 
inventor of hard rubber, 926.78, &c. The rale is to give each life the number of the 
subject it illustrates most, or to the student of which it will be most useful. 
Another plan is to scatter biography with the other books, leaviug 920-928 blank, or using them 
only for general works, cross references, &c. This simply omits the first two figures 92, 
...-, and the life of a botanist is 580 instead of 925.8, and goes with the botanical books. 

^ -^ Lives which will not go under any head without " forcing " are best put in a single alphabet 
under the three figures 920 for men and 920. 7 tor women. 

General and Collective by Localities. 

Including only collected lives too general to go under any subject heading. 

.01 Universal, mm^ Co ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ' ' ' ■ 

fXi2 'Partial Collections not limited to any special country or subject. 

,03 Ancient. 

.04 Of Europe. 

.05 „ Asia. 

,06 „ Africa. 

t I - '- M .07 ,, North America. 

.08 „ South America. 

.09 „ Oceanica. 



;/"/' 



Individual and Collective by Subjects. 

920.1 Bibliographers. 
,2 Librarians. 
.3 Encyclopsedists. 
.4 Publishers. Booksellers. 
Journalists. 
I Academicians. 

,7 Women, collected, and individual lives not clearly going with any subject. 

.8 Eccentrics, Cranks, Fools, Insane, &c. Secaiw 132.1, insanity. 
I Other special classes not included in 921-928, e. g.. 
Phrenologists, Somnambulists, Mind Readers, Magi- 
cians, &c. TiJ^^^'^^ ' 

921 Of Philosophy. --- 

.1 American. 

.2 English. Scotch. 

.3 German. 

.4 French. 

.5 Italian. 

.6 Spanish. 

.7 Slavic. 

.8 Scandinavian and Other Modern. 

.9 Ancient. Oriental. Patristic. Scholastic. smiSo-iSo. 

922 Of Religion. Clergy, Missionaries, Preachers, 

9a3.T'9aa.88 may be subdivided for nationality lilce 930-999. 

.1 Primitive (Apostles, Fathers, &c.), Oriental, Greek, 

Russian. Sce 335.93, New Testament biography. 

•2 Roman Catholic. Popes, Cardinals, &c. 

.21 Lives of popes. 

.3 Anglican and Protestant Episcopal. 

.4 Continental Protestant. Lutheran, Huguenot. 

.5 Presbyterian and Congregational. 

.6 Baptist. 

.7 Methodist. 

.8 Unitarian, Universalist, and other. 

.81 Unitarian. Universalist. 

.82 Campbellite. 

.83 Adventist. 

.84 New church or Swedenborgian. 

.85 Catholic apostolic. 

.86 Quaker. 

.87 Mennonite. 

.88 Shaker. 

.8g Other minor Christian scct«. 



Q22.9 


Non-Christian. Atheists. 


•91 


Atheists. 


•92 




•93 




•94 


Brahman. Buddhist* 


•95 


Parsee. 


.96 


Jews. 


•97 


Mohammedan. 


.98 


Mormon. 


99 


MiDor non-Christian religioiUL 



923 Of Sociology. 



913.1-^3.8 may be subdinoea tor natiiinality, as iu 930-999; e. f., the life of an English king 
u 933.14a; of a Russian czar, 033' 1 47; of a Chinese general, 923.551. 

.X Chief Rulers. Kings, Queens, Emperors, Presidents. 

.2 Political Science. Legislative Dept., Governors, Politi- 
cians, Statesmen, Nobles, &c. F-or sUves, see 336.93. 

.3 Political Economy. Bankers, Capitalists, Financiers. 

.4 Law. Judiciary Dept., Lawyers, Judges. 

.41 Criminals. 

.5 Administration. Army and Navy, Civil Service. 
.6 Associations and Institutions. Philanthropists, &c. 
.7 Education. Teachers, School Officers, Educators. 

.8 Commerce and Communication. R. R. Officials, Mer- 
chants, &c. 
.9 Manners and Customs. Society, Travelers, Discovery. 



924 


ut 


rniloiogy. 


925 


>> 


Science. 


926 


>> 


Useful Arts 


927 


M 


Fine Arts. 


928 


♦ » 


Literature. 



I 

2 

3 
4 



See note under 920 about subdividing. It is seldom wise 
to use more than 4 figures, unless in a large special collec- 
tion; e. g., in a music library, lives of pianists may be 
separated as 927.86. Professors known as specialists go 
with the snl)ject taught rather than with teachers ; e. g., a 
profes5<ir of geology 925.5; but if more prominent as an 
.educator than as a geologist he goes in 933.7. 



In adding figures for the subdivisions of Literature (as in 810-899) Historians are put with 
miscellaneous authors as 8, i. e., Gibbon's life is 92.S.28 ; 928.31 is life of a German poet, 
and 92S.691 is life of a Portuguese poet. 



929 Genealogy and Heraldry. 



Genealogies. 
Families. 

Registers of Births, Baptisms, Marriages, Deaths. 
Names of Persons and Places. 
Epitaphs. 



9296 Heraldry. 

.7 Peerage, precedence, titles of honor. 

.71 Orders of knighthood. 

.711 St. John of Jerusalem. 

.712 Templars. 

.713 Teutonic knights. 

.714 Garter. 

.715 Golden Fleece. 

.716 Holy Ghost. 

.717 
.718 

.719 

.73 Great Britain and Ireland. 

.721 Peerage. 

.722 Baronetage. 

.723 Knightage. 

.724 Dignities, precedence. 

.725 Landed gentry. 

.726 Visitations. Alpliabetea by coooae*. 



•73 


Germany 




•74 


France 




•75 
76 


Italy 

Spain 


► Divided like 929.73. 


77 


Russia 




.78 


Scandinavia . 




•79 


Minor countries. 




Divided like (>4<;; inimir countries outside Europe are put tosetlier in 


.8 


Coats of Arms, Crests. 


.Q 


Fla?s» 





930 

931 
932 

933 
934 
935 



I 
.2 

3 

4 

•5 
.6 

•7 
.8 



937 



Ancient History, toa^d..^ 

China. 

Egypt. 

Judea. 

India. 

MedoPersia, 

Chaldsea. 

Assyria. Nineveh. 

Media. 

Babylonia. 

Persia. 

Parthia. 

New Persian or Sassanian. 

Mesopotamia. 

Susiana. 

Kelts. 
Rome. Italy. 



.01 
.02 

•03 
.04 

.05 

.06 

.07 

.08 
.09 



.1 
•2 

3 
4 
►5 

.6 

7 
.8 



Kings. 
Republic. 

Conquest of Italy. 

Punic Wsu^s. 

Civil Strife. 
Empire. 

Constitutional. 



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» 



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Period Divisions. 

753-509 B. C. 

509- 31 
509-264 

264-146 

146- 31 
31 B. C.-476 A. D 
31 „ -284 „ 
Augustus — Illyrian Emperors. 
Absolute. 284-476 

Division of Empire. 395-476 

Barbarian Conquests and Fall of Western Empire. 

Geographical Divisions. 
Liguria. 

GaUia Cisalpina. 
Venetia. Istria. 
Umbria. Picenum. Sabini, etc. 
Etruria. 
Latium, Rome. 

Southern Italy: Campania, Samnium, Apulia, etc. 
Sicily, Syracuse. 
Sardinia. Corsica. 



938 Greece. 

Period Divisions. 

.01 Mythical Age. To 776 B. C. 

.02 Growth of States. 77S-5oo »t 

.03 Persian Wars. Union of Greece. 500-479 „ 

.04 Athenian Supremacy. 479-431 „ 

.05 Peloponnesian War, 431-404 „ 

.06 Spartan and Thcban Supremacy. 404-362 ,, 

.07 Macedonian Supremacy. 362-323 „ 

.08 Roman Conquest of Greece. 323-146 „ 

.09 Greek Subjection. 146 B. C.-323 A. D. 

Byzantine Empire is put 949.5. 

Geographical Divisions. 
I Macedonia. 
.2 Thessaly. Epirus. 

.3 Acarnania. ^tolia. Locris. Doris. Phocis. Ithaca. 
.4 Bceotia. Megaris. Eubcea. 
.5 Attica. 
.6 Peloponnesus. 
.7 Corinthia. Achaia. 

.8 Elis. Arcadia. Argolis. 

Messenia. Laconia. Sparta. 

939 Minor Countries. 

.1 Grecian Archipelago. 

.11, Northern Islands: Thasos, Lcmnos, etc.; .12, Lesbos; .13, Chios, etc.; 
.14, Samos, etc; .15, Cyclades; .16, Rhodes, etc.; .17, Carpathos; 
.18, Crete. 

.2 Western Asia Minor. 

.21, Mysia, Troas; .22, Lydia; .23, Ionia; .24, Caria; .25, Bithynia; 
.26, Phrygia; .27, Pisidia; .28, Lycia; .29, Pamphylia. 

.3 Eastern Asia Minor. 

.31, Paphlagonia; .32, Galatia; .33, Pontus; .34, Cappadocia; .35, 
Cilicia; .36, Commagene ; .37, Cyprus. 

.4 Syria. 

.41, Upper S3rria; .42, Coele Syria ; .43, Palmyra; .44, Phenicia, Tyre; 
.45, Palestine : Hittites, Philistines, etc. ; .46, Edom, Moab, Bashan. etc.; 
.47, Arabia; .48, Arabia Petraea, Sinai. 

.5 North Western Asia. 

.51, Scythia; .52, Sarmatia Asiatica; .53, Colchis; .54, Iberia; .55, Ar- 
menia; .56, Albania. 

.6 South Central Asia. 

.61, Sogdiana; .62, Hyrcania; .6^, Margiana; .64, Bactriana; .65, Ariana. 

.7 Minor African Countries. 

.71, Mauritania; .72, Numidia; .73, Africa Propria, Carthage; .74, 
Syrtica Regio; .75, Cyrenaica; .76, Marmarica ; .77, Libya, Gaetulia ; 
.78, Ethiopia. 

8 South Eastern Europe. 

.81, Sarmatia Europa; .82, Dacia; .83, Vindelicia; .84, Rhxtia; .85, 
Noricum ; .86, Pannonia ; .87, Illyria ; .88, Moesia ; .89, Thracia. 



Modern History. 

940 Europe. 

From the fall of Western Empire (Rome), A. D. 476. 

.1 Medieval Europe. 47^1453* 

For Hyzantine Empire sec 949.5. 

.2 Rise of New Nations. 476-800. 

•3 Age of Feudalism. 800-1100. 

See 321.3. 
Charlemagne. 768-814. 

Norman Conquests. 

.4 Age of Chivalry. 1 100-1453. 

The Crusades. To fall of Kastern Kmpire (Constantinople). 1453. 
For Church History see 270.4-270.5. 

.5 Modern Europe. 1453 

*6 The Renaissance Period. 1453-1517. 

Discoveries and Inventions. 

.7 Age of the Reformation. 151 7-1789. 

The 30 Years' War. 1618-1648. 

.8 Napoleonic Period. 1789-1815. 
.9 Current History. 1815 

941 Scotland. 

Period Divisions. 

.01 Gaelic Period. -i097- 

.02 English Period. 1097-13 14. 

Struggle for National Freedom. 

.03 Independent Kingdom. 13 14-1434. 

.04 The Jameses. 14 24- 1557. 

.05 Reformation. 1 557- '603. 

.06 Union of Crowns and Parliaments. 1603-1707. 

.07 Hanover. 1 707-1837. 

.08 Victoria. 1837- 
.09 

Geographical Divisions. 
.1 Northern Scotland. 

.11, Shetland; .12, Orkney; .13, Caithness; .14, Sutherland; .15, Cro- 
marty; .16, Ross; .17, Hebrides. 

.2 North Central Scotland. 

.21, Inverness; .22, Nairn; .23, Elgin; .24, Ranff ; .25, Aberdeen ; ,2^ 
Kincardine. 

.3 South Central Scotland. 

.31, Forfar; .32, Perth; .33, Fife; .34, Kinross; .35, Clackmannan ; .36^ 
Sterling; .37, Dunbarton ; .38, Argyll ; .39, Rute. 

.4 Southern Scotland. 

.41, Renfrew; .42, Ayr; .43, Lanark; .44, Linlithgow, Edinburgh; .45; 
Haddington, Rerwick; .46, Peebles, Selkirk; .47, Roxburgh; .48, 
Dumfries ; .49, Kirkcudbright, Wigton. 



941-5 Ireland. 

Period Divisions. 



•5^ 


Early History. 


-10S6. 


•52 


Separate Kingdoms. 
Conquest by Henry II. 


1086-1 1 72. 


•53 


Plantagenct. 


1 172-1399. 


•54 


Lancaster and York. 


1399-1485- 


•55 


Tudors. 


1485-1603. 


.56 


Stuarts. 


1 603-1 691. 




Closing with Treaty of Limerick. 


» 


•57 


Hanover. 
Closing with the Union. 


1691-1801. 


.58 


19th Century. 


1801- 


•59 







Geographical Divisions. 
.6 Ulster. 

.61, Antrim; .62, Londonderry; .63, Donegal ; .64, Tyrone ; .65, Down; 
.66, Armagh; .67, Monaghan ; .68, Fermanagh; .69, C a van. 

.7 Connaught 

.71, Lcitrim; .72, Sligo; .73, Mayo; .74, Galway; .75, Roscommon. 

.8 Leinster. 

.81, Longford, West Meath; .82, Meath, I^uth; .83, Dublin; .84, Wick- 
low; .85, Kildare; .86, King's Co.; .87, Queen's Co.; .88, Carlow, 
Wexford ; .89, Kilkenny. 

.9 Munster. 

.91, Waterford; .92, Tipperary; .93, Clare; .94, Limerick; .95, Cork; 
.96, Kerry. 



942 England. 



Period Divisions. 

For specially minute work the 6th figure printed for ea:h sovereign may be used; e. g., Henry 
VII is 942.051. 

.01 Anglo-Saxon. B. C. 55-A. I). 1066. 

Prehistoric, Roman, British, Danish. 

.02 Norman. 1066-1 154. 

I, William L 1 066-1 087 ; 2, William IL 1087-1100; 3, Henry L 
1100-1135; 4, Stephen 1135-1154. 

.03 Plantagenct. " 54"' 399- 

1, Henry H. 11 54-1 189; 2, Richard L 1189-1199; 3, John 1199-1216; 
4, Henry IIL 1216-1272; 5, Edward L 1272-1307; 6, Edward IL 
1307-1327; 7, Edward IH. 1327-1377; 8, Richard H. I377-I399' 



942 .c^ Lancaster and York. I4CX>-I4S5. 

I, Henry IV. 1399-1413; 2, Henry V. 1413-1422; 3, Henry VI. 1422- 
1461; 4, Kdward IV. 1461-1483; 5, Edward V. 1483; 6, Richard 
III. 1483-1485. 

.05 Tudor. 1 485-1 603. 

I, Henry VII. 14S5-1509; 2, Henry VIII. 1509-1547; 3, Edwar I VI. 
J 547-1 553; 4. Mary 1 553-1558; 5» Elizabeth 1 558-1603. Sec 272.7. 
.06 Stuart. 1603-17 14. 

I, James i. 11)03-1625; 2, Charles I. 1625-1649; 3, Commonwealth 
1649-1653; 4, Oliver Cromwell 1653-1658; 5, Richard Cromwell 
1658-1659; 6, Charles II. 1660-1685; 7, James II. 16S5-16SS; 
S, William III. 1689-1702; 9, Anne 1702-1714. 

.07 Hanover. 17 14-1837. 

I, George I. 1 714-1727; 2, George II. 1 727-1 760; 3, George III. 1760- 
1820; 4, George IV. 1820 -1830; 5, William IV. 1830-1837. 
.oS Victoria. 1837- 

Geographical Divisions. 
.1 Middlesex. London. 
.2 Southeastern. 

.21, Surrey; .23, Kent; .25, Sussex; .27, Hants; .28, Isle of Wight; 
.29, Berks. 

.3 Southwestern. 

.31, Wilts; ,2^^ Dorset; .34, Channel Islands; .35, Devon; .37, Corn- 
wall ; .38, Somerset. 

.4 West Midland. 

.41, Gloucester; .43, Monmouth; .44, Hereford; .45, Salop; .46, Staf- 
ford ; .47, Worcester ; .48, Warwick. 

.5 North and South Midland. 

.51, Derby; .52, Notts; .53, Lincoln; .54, l^icester, Rutland; .55, North- 
ampton; .56, Huntington, Bedford; .57, Oxford, Buckingham; .58, 
Hertford ; .59, Cambridge. 

.6 Eastern. 

.6f, Norfolk; .64, Suffolk; .67, Essex. 

.7 Northwestern and Yorkshire. 

.71, Cheshire; .72, Lancashire; .74, Yoikshirc. 

.8 Northern. 

.81, Durham; .82, Northumberland; .85, Cumberland; .88, Westmore- 
land; .89, Isle of Man. 

.9 Wales. 

.91, Anglesey; .92, Carnarvon, Merioneth; .93, Denbigh, P'lint; .94, Mont- 
gomery; .95, Cardigan; .9^5, Radnor, Brecknock; .97, Glamorgan; 
.98, Carmarthen ; .99, Pembroke. 



943 Germany and Austria. 

Period Divisions. ' 

X)i Formative Period. 

Wars with Rome, Charlemagne 800-814; Louis I 814-840; Lothaire I 
840-843. 
/>2 Empire before the Reformation. 

1, Carolingian, S43-911 : Louis II 843-876; Charles II 876-877; Charles 

III S77-S87; Arnulf 887-S99; Louis III 900-911. 

2, House of Franconia: Conrad I911-918; House of Saxony, 919-1024 : 

Henr>' I 91^^-936; Otto I 936-973; Otto II 973-983; Otto III 983- 
1002; Henry II 1002-1024. 

3, House of Franconia, 1024-1125: Conrad II 1024-1039; Henry III 

1039-1056; Henry IV 1056-1106; Henry V 1106-1125; House of 
Saxony: Lothaire II 11 25-1 137. 

4, House of Hohenstaufen, 1137-1197: Conrad III 1138-1152; Frederick 

I 1152-1190; Henry VI 1190-1197. 

5, House of Hohenstaufen and Interregnum, 1 198-1272: Philip 1198- 

1208; Otto IV 1208-1212; Frederick II 1212-1250; Conrad IV 1250- 
1254; William of Holland 1254-1256; Richard of Cornwall 1256-1272. 

6, Houses of Hapsburg, Luxemburg, etc., 1273-1378: Rodolph I 1273- 

1291 ; Adolphus 1 291-1298; Albert I 1298-1308; Henry VII 1308-1313; 
Louis IV 1313-1347 ; Charles IV 1347-1378. 

7, Interregnum, 137S-1437: Wenceslaus 1378-1400; Rupert 1400-1410; 

Sigismund 1410-1437. 

8, Albert II 1438-1439; Frederick HI 1440-1493. 

9, Maximilian 1 1493- 15 19. 

.03 Reformation to 1618. 1517-1618. 

1, Charles V 1519-1556; 2, Ferdinand I 1556-1564; 3, Maximilian II 1564- 
1576; 4, Rodolph II 1576-1612; 5, Matthias 1612-1619. 
.04 Disintegration. 1618-1705. 

I, Thirty Years' War 1618-1648; 2, Ferdinand II 1619-1637 ; 3, Ferdinand 
III 1637-1657 ; 4, Leopold I 1658-1705. 
,05 Rise of Prussia. 1705-1789. 

I, Joseph I 1705-171 1 ; 2, Charles VI 1711-1740; 3, 1740-1742; 4, Charles 
VII 1742-1745; 5, Francis I 1745-1765; ^, Seven Years' War 17^6^1763 ; 
7, Joseph II 1765-1790. 
.06 Napoleonic Wars. 1789-18 15. 

Leopold II 1790-1792; Francis II 1792-1806; Confederation of the Rhine 
1806-1815. 
.07 Reorganization. 1815-1866. 

*o8 New German Empire. 1866- 

I, North German Confederation 1866-1871 ; 2, Franco-German War 1870- 
1871; 3, William I 1871-88; 4, Frederick 1888; William II 1888- 

Geographical Divisions of Germany and Austria. 
943.1 Prussia and Northern Germany. 

943 .11, East Prussia; .12, West Prussia; .13, Posen ; .14, Silesia; .15, Branden- 
burg; .16, Pomerania; .17, Mecklenburg and Lubeck; .18, Prussian 
Saxony; .19, Anhalt. 

•2 Central Germany. 

.21, Saxony; .22, Thuringia; .23, Saxe- Weimar ; .24, Saxe-Altenburg ; .25, 
Saxe-Gotha-Coburg ; .26, Saxe-Meiningen ; .27, Schwartzburg; .28, Reuss. 



943-3 Bavaria. 

.31, Upper Franconia; .32, Middle Franconia; .33, I^wer Franconia; ,34, 
Upper Palatinate; .35, Lower Bavaria; .36, Upper Bavaria; .37, Suabia. 

.4 Southern Germany. 

.41, Hesse Darmstadt; .42, Rhenish Prussia; .43, Rhenish Bavaria; .44, 
Alsace ; .45, Lorraine ; .46, Baden ; .47, Wurtemburg ; .48, Black Forest 
and Danube ; .49, Hohenzollern. 

.5 Northwest Germany. 

.51, Schleswig-Holstein and Hamburg; .52, Oldenburg and Bremen; .53, 
Hanover; .54, Brunswick; .55, Lippe; .^6, Westphalia; 57, Waldeck? 
.58, Hesse-Nassau. 

943.6 Austria. 

.61, Lower Austria; .62, Upper Austria; .63, Salzburg; .64, Tyrol; 65, Styria; 
.66, Carinthia; 67, Carniola ; .68, Istria; .69, Dalmatia. 

.7 Bohemia, etc. 

.71, Bohemia; .72, Moravia; 73, Silesia; .74, Galicia ; .75, Bukowina. 
•8 Poland, including the history before the division. 

.9 Hungary, etc. 

.91, Hungary; .92, Transylvania; .93, Slavonia; .94, Croatia, Fiume; .95 
Bosnia; .96, Herzegovina. 

944 France, 

Period Divisions. 

.01 Early History. -987. 

Ancient Celts -59 B. C; Roman Dominion 59 B. C.-418 A. D.; Merovin- 
gian Dynasty 428-752 ; Carolingian 752-987. 
JOZ Capet and Valois. 987-1589. 

House of Capet. 

1, Hugh Capet 987-996; Robert H 996-1031 ; Henry i 1031-1060. 

2, Philip I 1060-1108; Louis VI 1108-1137; Louis VH 11 37-1 180. 

3, Philip n iiSa-1223; Louis VHI 1 223-1 226; Louis IX 1226-1270. 

4, Philip III 1270-1285; Philip IV 1285-1314; Louis X 1314-1316; John 

I 1316; Philip V 1316-1322; Charles IV 1322-1328. 
House of Valois. 

5, Philip VI 1328-1350; John II 1350-1364; Charles V 1364-1380. 

6, Charles VI 1380-1422 ; Charles VII 1422-1461. 

7, Louis XI, 1461-1483; Charles VIII 1483-1498; Louis XII 1498-1515. 
HoMse of AngoulSme. 

8, Francis I 151 5-1 547; Henry II 1547-1559. 

9, Francis II 1559-1560; Charles IX 1560-1574; Henry III 1574-1589. 
J03 Bourbon. 1589- 1789 

I, Henry IV 1 589-1610; 2, Louis XIII 1610-1643; 3, Louis XIV 1643-1715; 
4, Louis XV 17 1 5-1774; 5, Louis XVI 1774-1789. 
J04 Revolution. 1789-1804. 

I, National Assembly 1789-1792; 2, P'irst Republic 1792-1799; 3, Conven- 
tion, 1792-1795; 4» Reign of Terror; May 1793-July 1794; 5, Directory 
1795-J799; 6, First Consulate, Napoleon, 1799-1804. 
d05 First Empire. 1804-1815. 

Napoleon I 1804-1814; Louis XVIII 1814-1815; The Hundred Days 
March 20-June 29. 1815. 



944*^ Restoration. i8i 5-1848. 

I, Louis XVIII 1815-1824; 2, Charles X 1824-1830; 3, Louis Philippe 
i83cy-i848. 
.07 Second Republic and Second Empire. 1848-1870. 

Revolution of 1848; Second Republic, Ixiuis Napoleon, Pres., 1848-1852, 
Napoleon III 1852-1870. 
.oS Third Republic. 1870- 

Franco-German War, Government of National Defence 1870-187 1 ; National 
Assembly 1871 ; Presidency of Thiers 1871-1873; McMahon 1873-1879; 
Circvy 1S79-S7 ; Sadi-Carnot 1887- 



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Geographical Divisions of Prance. 
944.1 Brittany. Maine. Anjou. 

.11, Finisttre; .12, Cotes du Nord; .13, Morbihan ; 14, Loire Inferieure; 
15, Ille et Vilaine^ 16, Maine: Mayenne; 17, Sarthe; 18, Anjou: 
Maine et Loire. 

.2 Normandy. Picardy. 

.21, Manche ; .22, Calvados ; .23, Ornc; 24, Eure ; 25, Seme Inferieure; 26, 
Picardy : Somme ; 27, Artois : Pas dc Calais ; 28, Nord. 

.3 Champagne. Isle de France. Lorraine. 

.31, Ardennes; .32,*Mame; .33, Aube, Haute Marne; .34, Isle de France: 
Aisne ; .35, Oise ; 36, Seine et Oise, Paris ; .37, Seine et Marne ; .38, 
Lorraine : Meuse, Moselle ; 39, Meurthe, Vosges. 

.4 Burgundy. Franche Comte. Savoy. 

.41, Yonne; .42, C6te d'Or; .43, Saone et Ix.>ire ; .44, Ain ; .45, Franche 
Comt6 : Haute Sa6ne, Belfort ; .46, Doubs ; .47, Jura ; .48, Savoy : 
Savoie; .49, Haute Savoic. 

.5 Orleans, etc. Auvergne. 

.51, Eure et Loir; .52, Loiret ; .53, Loir et Cher; 54, Touraine : Indre et 
Loir; .55, Berry : Indre, Cher; .56, Nivemais : Xievre ; .57, Bourbon- 
nais : Allier ; .58, Lyonnais : Loire, Rh6nc ; .59, Auvergne : Puy de 
D6me, Cantal. 

.6 Poitou. Limousin. 

.61, Vendee; .62, Deux Sevres; .63, Viennc; .64, Charente Inferieure; .65, 
Charente; .66, Limousin: Haute Vienne ; .67, Correze; .68, Marche : 
Creuse. 

.7 Guienne. Gascony. 

.7i,Gironde; .72, Dordogne ; .73, Lot ; .74, Aveyron; .75, Tarn et Garonne; 
.76, Lot et Garonne ; .77, Gascony : Landes, Gers ; .78, Hautes Pyrenees ; 
.79, Beam : Basses Pyrt^nces. 

•8 Languedoc. 

.81, Ilautc Loire, Lozere; .82, Ardcche ; .83, Gard; .84, H^rault; .85, Tarn; 
.86, Haute Garonne ; .87, Aude ; .88, Foix : Ariegc ; .89, Pyr^n^es 
Orientalcs. 

.9 Provence. Dauphii^y. 

.91, Bouches du Rh&ne; .92, Vaucluse; .93, Var; .94, Alpes Maritimes; .95, 
Basses Alpos ; 96, Dauphiny ; 97, Hautes Alpes ; 98, Dr6me ; 99, Isere. 



945 Italy. 



.01 

.02 

•03 
.04 



.05 
.06 
.07 
.08 
.09 



476-774. 
774-961. 

962-1122. 
1 100-1300. 



9451 

.2 

•3 

•4 

•5 
.6 



.8 
•9 



Period Divisions. 

Gothic and Lombard Kingdoms. 
Frankish Emperors. 
German Emperors. 

Hildebrand and Papal Supremacy. 
Age of the Communes. 

Free Cities. Strifes of Guelphs and Ghibelines. 

Age of the Despots. 1 300-1 492. 

Age of Invasions. 1492-1527. 

Spanish- Austrian Ascendancy. 1 527-1796. 

Struggle for Independence. 1 796-1870. 

United Italy. 187a- 
Victor Emanuel, Cavour, Garibaldi. 

Geographical Divisions of Italy. 

Piedmont and Liguria. 

Lombardy. 

Venetia. 

Emilia. 

Tuscany. 

Marches, Umbria and Latium. 

Naples. 

.71, Abruzzo and Molise; .72, Campania; .73, Napoli; .74, Salerno; .75, 
Apulia; .76, Lecce, Terra di Otranto ; .77, Basilicata, Potenza; .78, 
Calabria ; 79, Reggio di Calabria. 

Sicily. Malta. 
Sardinia and Corsica. 



946 Spain. 



Period Divisions. 



.01 
.02 

•03 



.04 



.05 



711, 



711-1479. 
1479-1516 



.06 

.07 

.08 



Early History. Roman Dominion. Gothic Kingdom. 
Moorish Kingdom. 
Ferdinand V and Isabella. 

Discovery. 

Expulsion of the Moors. 
Charles I and Philip II. 1 516-1598. 

Inquisition. War with the Netherlands. Armada. Charles I (V of Ger- 
many) 1516-1556; Philip II 1556-1598. 

Philip III.— Charles IV. 1598-1S08. 

Degeneration, i, Philip III 1598-1621 ; 2, Philip IV 1621-1665; 3, Charles 
II 1665-1700; 4, House of Bourbon: 5, Philip V 1700-1746; 6, Ferdinand 
VI 1746-1759; 7, Charles III 1759-1788; 8, Charles IV 1788-1808. 
Peninsular War. 1808-1814. 

Joseph Bonaparte. 
Bourbon Restoration. 1814-1868. 

Attempts at Reform. 
Ferdinand VII iSi4-ir>33; Isabella II. 1833-1S6S. 

Later 19th Century. 1S68 

Revolution of 186S-1870; Amadeus 1870-1S73; Republic 1873-1875 ; Alfonso 
Xir 1875-S5; Alfonso XIII 1SS6- 



Geographical Divisions of Spain. 
946. z Galicia. Asturias. 
.2 Leon. Estramadura. 
.3 Old Castile. 
.4 New Castile. 
•5 Aragon. 
.6 Basque Provinces. 

7 Catalonia. Balearic Isles. Valencia. Murcia* 
.8 Andalusia. Canary Isles. 
Portugal. 

.98, Madeira; .99, Azores. 

947 Russia. 

Period Divisions. 

.01 Primitive Russia. 862. 

.02 Varangian Kingdom. 862-1237. 

Conversion to Christianity. 
.03 Mongolian Invasion. 1237-1462. 

Civil Wars. 
.04 Ivan III— Ivan V. 1462-1689. 

Origin of Serfdom. 
.05 Peter the Great. 1689-17 2 5. 

Wars with Sweden and Turkey. 
.06 Catharine I — Catharine II. 1725-1796. 

Partition of Poland. 
.07 Paul I — Nicholas I. 179^1855. 

War with Napoleon. 

Insurrection of Poland. 

Crimean War. Sec also 942.08 ; 944-07; 94S-o8; 'K9«6. 
.08 Alexander II— 1855-1881. 

Emancipation of the Serfs. 

Turko-Russian War. 
Alexander III— 1H81- 

Geographical Divisions of Russia. 

947.1 Finland. Lapland. 
.2 Northern Great Russia. 

Archangel; Vologda; Olonetz; Novgorod. 

.3 Southern Great Russia. 
.4 Baltic Provinces. 

Courland; Livonia; Esthonia ; St. Petersburg. 

.5 Russian Poland. 
.6 West Russia. 
.7 Little Russia. South Russia. 
.8 East Russia. 
Caucasia. 



948 Norway, Sweden, and Denmark, 

Period Divisions. 

.01 legendary Period. 800. 

.03 Consolidation. Migration. 801-1397, 

Introduction of Christianity. 

Discovery of Iceland, Greenland, and America. 

Conquest of Britain and Normandy. 
.03 Union of the three kingdoms. ^397-' 5-3* 

Civilization. Foreign relations. 
.04 The Reformation. 1523-1648. 

Edict of Toleration, 1527. 

30 Years' War. Gustavus Adolphus. 
.05 Decline. 1648-1792. 

Wars, vs. Denmark, Poland, Russia. 

Political changes. 

06 Napoleonic Wars. 1 792-181 8. 
Union of Norway and Sweden, 1814. 

07 Charles XIV. (Bernadotte). iSiS . 

Peace. Internal reform. 

08 

Geographical Divisions. 

I Norway. 
.2 Christiania. 

.3 Christiansand. Bergen. 

.4 Hamar. Throndhjem. Tromso, 

.5 Sweden. 
.6 Gothland. 

.7 Svealand. 

.8 Norrland. 

J Denmark, 

949 Minor Countries of Europe. 

.1 Iceland. Faroe Islands. 

01, Commonwealth, -1264 ; 0-» Mediaevalisin, 1264-1551 ; 03, Absolute Rule, 
Decay, 1551-184S ; 04, Modern Iceland, 1848 . 

.2 Netherlands. 

01, Karly History, -1477 ; oj, Austrian Dominion, 1477-1566; 03, Wars for 
Independence, 1566-1648; 04, Age of Prosperity, 1648-1795; 05, Revo- 
lutionary, 1795-1S30; 06, 19th Century, 1S30 . 

.3 Belgium. 
.4 Switzerland. 

01, Karly History, -1300; 02, Struggle for Independence, 1300-1499; 03. 
Reformation, 1499-164S; o\, Period of Trancjuillity, 164S-1789; 05, 
Period of Revolution, 1789-1815; 06, 19th Century, 1815 . 



949*5 Byzantine Empire and Modern Greece. 

01, Greek Revival. 323-716. 

Constantine the Great — Theodosius III. 

02, Byzantine Prosperity. 716-1057. 

LeoIII — Michael VI. 

03, Byzantine Decline. 1057-1204. 

Isaac I — Latin conquest of Constantinople. 

04, Greek Survival. 1 204-1453. 

Constantinople taken by the Turks, 1453. 

05, Turkish Power. 1453-1821. 

06, Greek Independence. 1S21 , 

.6 Turkey in Europe. .61, Constantinople. 

.7 Servia. Bulgaria. Montenegro. 

.8 Roumania : Wallachia, Moldavia. 

.9 Islands of Grecian Archipelago. 

Divided like 939.1. 



950 Asia. 



951 China. 

.1, N. E. China, Peking; .2, S. E. China, Canton, Hong Kong, Formosa; 
.3, S. W. China; .4, N. W. China; .5, Thibet; .6, East Turkestan; .7, 
Mongolia; .8, Manchuria; .9, Corea. 

952 Japani 

953 Arabia. 

.1, Sinai; .2, Hejaz, Mecca; .3, Yemen; .4, Hadramaut, Mahrah ; .5, Oman; 
.6, Hasa ; .7, Dahna ; .8, Nejd ; .9, Syrian Desert. 

954 India. 

.1, Bengal, Orissa, Assam, lihotan ; .2, Northwest Provinces, Oudh, Nepal ; 
.3, Central Provinces; 4, Rajputana; .5, Punjab, Delhi, Lahore; .6, 
Cashmere; .7, Bombay, Sind, Baroda; .8, Madras, Mysore, Travancore, 
Ceylon; .9, Hyderabad. 

955 Persia. 

956 Turkey in Asia, scc aiso 9496. 

.1, Khodavendikyar ; .2, Aidin, Smyrna; .3, Kastamuni, Angora; .4, Konieh, 
Adana, Cyprus; .5, Trebizond, Sivas; .6, Erzerum, Diarbekr, Karpoot ; 
.7, Bagdad, Kurdistan ; .8, Aleppo ; .9, Damascus, Phenicia, Palestine. 

957 Siberia. 

958 Afghanistan. Turkestan, Baluchistan. 

.1, N. E. Afghanistan, Cabul ; .2, South Afghanistan, Candahar; .3, N. W. 
Afghanistan, Herat; .4, Turkestan; .5, Kiva ; .6, Bokhara; .7, Ferghana 
or Khokan ; .8, Baluchistaxu 

959 Farther India. 

.1, British Burmah; .2, Burmah ; .3, Siam ; .4, Laos; .5, Lower Siam, Malay 
Peninsula ; .6, Cambodia ; .7, French Cochin China ; .8; Anam ; .9, 
Tonkin. 



960 Africa. 

961 North Africa. 

.1, Tunis; .2, Tripoli; .3, Fezzan. 

962 Egypt 

. I, Lower Egypt, Alexandria, Cairo; .2, Middle Egypt; .3, Upper "Egyptt 
Thebes ; .4, Nubia ; .5, Dongola ; .6^ Egyptian Soudan, Kartum ; .7, 
Darf ur ; .8, Kordofan ; .9, Sennaar. 

963 Abyssinia. 

964 Morocco. 

965 Algeria. 
7u(r.^A^xt(^ ^966- r North Central Africa. 

.1, Sahara; .2, Soudan; .3, Senegambia; .4, Sierra Leone; .5, Upp^ 
Guinea; .6, Liberia; .7, Ashantee; .8, Dahomey; .9, Gold Coast. 

South Central Africa. 



967; 



. I, Lower Guinea; .2, Loango, Congo ; .3, Angola, Benguela; .4, Interior; 
.5, Congo Basin; .6, Central Lake Region; .7, Somali; .8, Zanzibar; 
.9, Mozambique. 



968 South Africa. 

.1, Sofala; .2, Transvaal ; .3, Zululand; .4, Natal; .5, Orange Free State; 
.6, Kaffraria; .7, Cape Colony; .8, West Coast; .9, Interior. 

969 Madagascar. Mauritius. 

970 North America. 

.1, Indians, Aborigines; .2, Lives of Indians; .3, Special Tribes; .4, Sp>ecia] 

States; .5, Government Relation and Treatment; .6, Special Subjects, 

Character, Civilization, Agriculture, etc 

See 371.951 Education; 572.97, Ethnology; 497, Languages. 

971 Canada. British America. 

•I British Columbia. 

•a North-West Territory. 

.21, ; .22, Athabasca; .23, Alberta; .24, Saskatchewan; .25, Assini- 

boia; .26, Keewatin; .27, Manitoba; .28, N. £. Territory. 

.3 Ontario. 

.4 Quebec. 

.5 New Brunsv^ick. i 

.6 Nova Scotia. 

.7 Prince Edward Island. 

.8 Newfoundland. 

.9 Labrador. 



972 Mexico. Central America. 

Period Divisions. 

.01 Ancient Civilization. — 1516. 

I, Toltcc; 2, Chichimec; 3, Tarascan; 4, Aztecj 5, Maya. 

.02 Discovery and Spanish Rule. I5i6-i8ia 

.03 Independence. • 1810-1822. 

.04 First Empire. Iturbide I. Pronunciamientos. 1822-1845. 

.05 War with U. S. See also 973.6. 1845-1848. 

.06 Constitution of '57. Reform. 1848-1861. 

.07 French Intervention. 1861-1867. 

.08 Later History. 1867 

Geographical Divisions. 
.1 Free Zone and Northern States. 

Tamaulipas, Nuevo Leon, Cohahuila, Chihuahua, Sonora, Durango. 

.2 Lower California and Islands. 
.3 Central Pacific States. 

Sinaloa, Jalisco, Colima, Michoacan. 

.4 Interior States. 

Zacatecas, San Luis Potosi, Aguascalientes, Guanajuato, Quer^taitx 
Hidalgo, Puebla, Tlascala, Morelos. 

.5 Mexico. Federal District. 
.6 Southern Gulf States. 

Veracruz, Tabasco, Campeche, Yucatan. 

.7 Southern Pacific States. 

Guerrero, Oaxaca, Isthmus of Tehuantepec, Chiapas. 

.8 Central America. 

.81 Guatemala. 

.82 British Honduras. Beiiie. 

.83 Honduras. 

.84 San Salvador. 

.85 Nicaragua, 

.86 Costa Rica. 



.9 West Indies. 



.91 Cuba. 

.92 Jamaica. 

.93 Santo Domingo. 

.94 Hayti. 

.95 Porto Rico. 

.96 Bahamas. 

.97 Leeward Islands. 

.98 Windward Islands, Barbados. 

.99 Bermudas. 



973 United States and Territories. 

Period Divisions. 

.1 Discovery. A. D. 896-1607. 

Norse, Spanish, Dutch, French, English. 
.2 Colonial. 1607-1775. 

French and Indian Wars. 
.3 Revolution and Confederation. Divided like 973.7 I775-I78g. 

.4 Constitutional Period. For U. S. Constitution, see 342.73. 1789-1812. 

Federalists and Republicans. See 339.1. 
Washington, 1789-179-' • John Adams, 1 797-1 801 ; Jefferson, iSoi- 
1809. 
.5 War of 1812. 1812-1S45. 

Hartford Convention. 1814. 
Nullification in South Carolina. 1832. 
Annexation of Texas. 1845. See also 976.4, Texas. 

Madison, 1809-1817 ; Monroe, 1817-1825 ; John Quincy Adams, 1825- 
1829; Jackson, 1829-1837 ; Van Buren, 1S37-1841 ; Harrison. 1841 ; 
Tyler, 1841-1845. 
.6 War with Mexico. 1 845-1861. 

The Wilmot Proviso. 1846. 
Compromise of 1850. 
Struggle in Kansas. 1854-1859. See also 978.1, Kansas. 

Polk, 1845-1849 ; Taylor, 1849-1850; Fillmore, 1S50-1853; Pierce, 
1853-1857 ; Buchanan, 1857-1861. 
.7 Civil War.' Abolition of Slavery. Lincoln, 1861-1865. 

.71 Political History. Causes. Results. 

.72 Diplomatic Histor}-. Relations with other Nations. 

.73 Special Campaigns and Battles. 

.74 General Military History. Raising Troops. Armies. 

.75 Naval History. 

.76 War Meetings and Addresses. Celebrations. Anniversaries. Commem- 

orations. 
.77 Charities. Sanitarj' Commission. Hospital Sketches. Prison Life. 

.78 Personal Narratives. Vindications. Secret Service. 

.79 War Poetry, Dramas, Novels, and Sermons. 

.8 Later 19th Century. 1865 . 

Reconstruction. Civil Service Reform. 
Johnson, 1865-1869; Grant. 1S69-1877: Hayes, 1877-1881; Garfield. 
rSRi; .Arthur, 1881-18S5; Cleveland, 1885-89; Harrison, 1880-. 

974 North-Hastern or North Atlantic. New Eng- 

land. 

.1 Maine. 

.11 Aroostook. 

.12 Somerset. IMscataquis. 

.13 Penobscot. 

.14 Washington. Hancock. 

.15 Waldo. Knox. Lincoln. 

.16 Kennebec. 

.17 Franklin. Oxford. 

.18 Androscoggin. Sagadahoc. 

.19 Cumberland. York. 



974.2 


New Hampshire. 


.21 


Coos. 


.22 


IVAii^ Mts. 


•23 


Grafton. 


24 


Carroll, lielknap. 


•25 


Strafford. 


.26 


Rockingham. 


•27 


Merrimac. Sullivan. 


.28 


Hillsborough. 


.29 


Cheshire. 


•3 


Vermont. 


•31 


Grand Isle. Franklin. Chittenden. 


•32 


Orleans. Essex. 


•33 


Caledonia. Lemoille. 


•34 


-2. Washington. 


•35 


Addison. 


•36 


Qrange. Windsor. 


•37 


Rutji^and. 


•38 


Benn-ington. 


•39 


Windham. 


•4 


Massachusetts. 


.41 


Berkshire. 


•42 


Franklin. Hampshire. Hampden. 


•43 


Worcester. 


•44 


Middlesex. 


•45 


Essex. 


- .46 


Suffolk. Boston. 


•47 


Norfolk. 


.48 


Plymouth. Bristol. 


•49 


Barnstable. Dukes. Nantucket. 


•5 


Rhode Island. 


•5' 


Providence. 


•52 


Prai'idtnce city. 


•53 


Pawtucket. 


•54 


Kent. 


•55 


Bristol. 


.56 


Newport. 


•57 


Newport city. 


.58 


Block Island. 


•59 


Washington. 


.6 


Connecticut. 


.6i 


Litchfield. 


.62 


Hartford. 


•63 


Hartford city. 


.64 


Tolland. Windham. 


.65 


New London. 


.66 


Middlesex. 


.67 


New Haven. 


.68 


Xe7v Ilavcn city. 


.69 


Fairfield. 



974-7 New York. 

.71 New York City. 

.7a Vicinity of New York City. 

I, Long Island; 2, Kings Co.; 3, Brooklyn; 4, Queens Co.; 5, 
Suffolk Co.; 6, Richmond Co., Staten Island; 7, Westchester 
Co. ; 8, Rockland Co. 
•73 Southeast counties. 

I, Orange, IVest Point; 2, Putnam; 3, Dutchess; 4, Ulster; 5, 
Sullivan; 6, Delaware; 7, Green ; 8, Catskill Mts, ; 9, Columbia. 
•74 Middle east counties. 

I, Rensselaer, Troy; 2, Albany; 3, Albany City; 4, Schenectady; 

5, Schoharie; 6, Montgomery; 7, Fulton; 8, Saratoga; 9, 
Washington. 

75 Northern counties. 

I, Warren, Zrt^^" George; 2, Hamilton; 3, Essex, Adirondacks ; 4, 
Clinton, Lake Champlain ; 5, Franklin; 6, St. Lawrence; 7, 
Jefferson ; 8, The Thousand Islands ; 9, Lewis. 
.76 North central counties. 

I, Herkimer; 2, Oneida; 3, Utica ; 4, Madison; 5, Onondaga; 6» 
Syracuse ; 7, Oswego; 8, Cayuga; 9, Seneca. 
.77 South central counties. 

I, Tompkins; 2, Cortland; 3, Chenango; 4, Otsego; 5, Broome; 

6, Biu;;hamtoft ; 7, Tioga; 8, Chemung; 9, Elmira, 
.78 West central counties. 

I, Schuyler; 2, Yates; 3, Steuben; 4, Alleghany; 5, Livingston; 

6, Ontario; 7, Wayne; 8, Monroe; 9, Rochester, 
.79 Western counties. 

I, Orleans; 2, Genesee ; 3, Wyoming; 4, Cattaraugus; 5, Chautau- 
qua; 6, Erie; 7, Buffalo ; 8, Niagara; 9, Niagara Falls, 

•8 Pennsylvania. 

.81 Southeast counties. Philadelphia and Chester group. 

I, Philadelphia; 2, Montgomery; 3, Chester; 4, Delaware; 5, Lan- 
caster; 6, Berks; 7, Schuylkill; 8, Dauphin; 9, Lebanon. 
.82 Eastern counties. Bucks group. 

I, Bucks ; 2, Northampton ; 3, Wayne ; 4, Pike ; 5, Monroe ; 6, Car- 
bon ; 7, Lehigh. 
.83 Northeast counties. Northumberland group. 

I, Northumberland; 2, Luzerne; 3, IVilkes-Barri ; 4, Susquehanna; 

5, Wyoming; 6, Lackawanna; 7, Scranton ; 8, Columbia; 9, Mon- 
tour. 

.84 Southeast central counties. Cumberland group. 

I, York ; 2, Adams ; 3, Cumberland ; 4, Franklin ; 5, Perry; 6, Mifflin; 

7, Juniata; 8, Union ; 9, Snyder. 

.85 Northeast central counties. East Lycoming group. 

I, Lycoming; 2, ; 3, Centre; 4, Clinton; 5, Potter; 

6, Tioga; 7, Bradford; 8, ; 9, Sullivan. 
.86 Northwest central counties. West Lycoming group. 

I, Clearfield; 2, Jefferson; 3, McKean ; 4, ; 5»Elk; 

6, Cameron ; 7, Warren ; 8, Forest ; 9, Clarion. 
.87 Southwest central counties. Bedford group. 

I, Bedford; 2, Fulton; 3, Huntingdon ; 4, ; 5, Blair; 

6, Altoona; 7, Cambria ; 8, ; 9, Somerset. 

.88 Southwest counties. Westmoreland group. 

I, Westmoreland; 2, Washington; 3, Greene; 4, Fayette; 5, Alle- 
ghany ; 6, Pittsburgh; 7, Alleghany City; 8, Armstrong; 9, Indiana. 
.89 Northwest counties. Alleghany group. 

^ I, Butler; 2, Beaver; 3, Lawrence; 4, ; 5, Mercer; 

6, Venango ; 7, Crawford ; 8, ; 9, Erie. 



974-9 

•91 

•92 



•93 



•94 



New Jersey- 
East Jersey. 

Northern counties. 

I, Bergen ; 2, ; 3, Passaic ; 4, Patcrson; 5, 

6, Hudson; y, Jersey City; 8, Hoboken, 
Central counties. 

I, Essex ; 2, Newark; 3, Orange; 4, 
6, Union ; 7, Elizabeth; 8, Rahway, 
Southern counties. 

I, Middlesex; 2, New Brunswick; 3, 
5, ; 6, Monmouth; 7, 



; 5* 



; 4, Somerset' 
; 8, Ocean. 



•95 

.96 



West Jersey. 

Central counties. 

I, Burlington; 2, ; 3, 

5, Mercer ; 6, Trenton; 7, Princeton. 



; 4« 



•97 



•98 



•99 



Northern counties. 

I, Hunterdon; 2, Raritan; 3, ; 4, Morris; 5, 

6, Sussex ; 7, ; 8, Warren. 

Upper southern counties. 

1, Gloucester; 2, ; 3, ; 4, Atlantic; 5, 

6, . t 7« Camden ; 8, Camden city. 

Lower southern counties. 

I, Salem; 2, Salem city ; 3, ; 4, Cumberland; 5, Bridge" 

ton; 6, ; 7, ; 8, Cape May. 



I 



I 



r 



975 South-Eastern or South Atlantic 

Including general works on ** the South." 

1 Delaware. 

2 Maryland. 

3 District of Columbia. 

4 West Virginia. 

5 Virginia. 

6 North Carolina. 

7 South Carolina. 

8 Georgia. 
I Florida. 



976 South Central or Gulf. 

•I Alabama. 

•2 Mississippi. 

•3 Louisiana. 

•4 Texas. 

•5 

•6 Indian Territory. Oklahoma. 

.7 Arkansas. 

.8 Tennessee. 

.9 Kentucky. 

977 North Central or Lake. 

>]L Ohio. 

.2 Indiana. 

.3 Illinois. 

.4 Michigan. 

.5 Wisconsin. 
Minnesota. 

.7 Iowa. 

.8 Missouri. 

•9 

978 Western or Mountain. 

Including general works on " the West'** 

1 Kansas. 
>2 Nebraska. 

,3 South Dakota. including work5 on Dakota as a whole. 

.4 North Dakota. 

•5 

.6 Montana. 

.7 Wyoming, 

.8 Colorado. 

Ne\v^ Mexicoo 

979 Pacific. 

.1 Arizona. 

2 Utah. 

3 Nevada. 

4 California. 

5 Oregon. 

6 Idaho. 

7 Washington. 
8* Alaska. 



980 South America. 

981 Brazil. 

982 Argentine Republic. Patagonia, 

983 Chili. 

984 Bolivia. 

985 Peru. 

986 U. S. of Colombia. New Granada. Ecuador. 

987 Venezuela. 

988 Guiana. 

989 Paraguay. Uruguay. 

990 Oceanica. Polar Regions. 

991 Malaysia. 

.1, Borneo; .2, Celebes; .5, Moluccas or Spice Islands; ^ Philippine 
Islands. 

992 Sunda. 

. I, Sumatra; .2, Java. 

993 Australasia. 

.1, New Zealand; .2, New Caledonia; .3, Loyalty Islands; .4, New 
Hebrides; .5, Solomon Islands; .6, New Britain, New Ireland; .7, 
Admiralty Islands. 

994 Australia. 

.1, Western Australia; .2, South Australia; .3, Queensland; .4, New South 
Wales ; .5, Victoria ; .6, Tasmania. 

995 New Guinea. 

996 Polynesia. 

.1, Fiji, Friendly and Navigator's Islands; .2, Society, Austral and Coolc*8 
Islands; .3, Marquesas Islands and Low Archipelago; .4, Minor 
Polynesian Islands; .5, Micronesia; .6, Caroline and Pelew Islands; 
.7, Ladrone Islands ; .8, Marshall and Gilbert Islands ; .9^ Hawaii. 

997 Isolated Islands. 

998 Arctic Regions. 

999 Antarctic Regions. 



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Aagesen, Svend, Danish miscellany 839.8812 
arithmetic 311-2 

architecture 725.28 

public health 614.741 

sanitary engineering 628.549 



Abacus 
Abattoirs 



Abbassides 



956 
341.2 
726.7 
271 

394 
271 



history 
Abbeville, treaty of inter, law 
Abbeys architecture 

history 
Abbot of misrule customs 
Abbots monastic orders 

Abbreviations English palaeography 421.8 

Greek palaeography 481.8 

Latin palaeography 471.8 
' other languages 

literary methods 029 

shorthand 653 

Abchasian language 494 

Abdication absolute monarchy 321.6 

constitutional history 342 

" monarchy 321.7 

anatomy 611.95 

surgery 617.55 

Abduction criminal law 343 

Abecedarians christian sect. 284.3 

Abelard medieval philosophy 189.4 



Abdomen 



Abelian functions 
' Aberdeen, Scotland, history 
" " travels 

Aberration, astron. corrections 

chromatic optics 



mental 



spherical 
Abeyance 

Ability, human, doctrine 
Abiogenesis animals 
biology 
plants 
Abipones history 



disease 
hospitals 
insanity 
optics 



517.36 
941.25 
914.125 
522.94 

535-4 
616.8 
362.2 
132 

535-3 
347.6 

233-4 

591-161 

«;76.i 

5^1.161 

982 



Abjuration, oath of religious history 2S3.42 
Ablative Latin syntax 475-5 

Ablaut English orthography 421.2 

German orthography 431.2 
' other languages 

Ablution Anglican ritual 

Abnormal development of embryo 

labor obstetrics 
Abo, peace of treaties 
Abode of animals, geog. distrib. 

habits 
Abolition political science 

U. S. history 
Abolitionists' lives 
Aborigines Amer. antiquities 
Topics in blAok face type are 



264.035 

6173 
618.5 

341.2 

5919 

591.52 

326.8 

973-71 
923.6 

913-7 
sab-dlvlde<L 



Abridging 
Abridgments 



Aborigines Amer. history 970.x 

ethnology 572.97 
prehistoric archaeology 571 

Abortion ethics 173-4 

lav^r 343 
pathology of pregnancy 618.39 

About, E. F. V. French fiction 843.86 

Abrasions surgery 617.13 

Abraxas gems 736 

Gnostics 273.1 
Abridged notation 

mod. analyt. geom. 516.52 

literary methods 029.4 

shorthand 653 

English law 346.5 

U. S. law 345.5 

' Abruzzo, Italy, history 945-7' 

travels 914.571 

Abscess surgery 617.23 

in lungs diseases 616.244 

Absent-mindedness philosophy 151.4 

Absenteeism Irish history 94^-5 

Absolute geometry 5^3-^ 

*' The, ontology 1 1 1 

Absolution sacrament 265.6 

Absolutism 321.6 

predestination 234.9 

Absorbent system animals 59ii3 

plants 581.13 

Absorbing wells, sanitation 628.542 

Absorption heat physics 536-34 

hygiene 613.63 

liquids physics 532.7 

light optics 535.3 

physiology 612.38 

Abstinence asceticism 248 

temperance 178.2 

Abstraction philosophy 153-3 

Abstracts of titles law 347-2 

Abutments bridges 624.1 

'Abyssinia history 963 

language 492.8 

Academic degrees and costume 378.2 

sermons 252.5 

Academicians, biography of 920.6 

Academies architecture 727.2 

female 376.9 

learned general societies 060 

' of special subject see subject 

national general societies 060 
' of special subject see subject 

private 373 

public, history 379 

theory 379-17 

scientific 506 

Academy, New 186.2 
Superior figures refer to the table* at the 



end of this Index. 

(407) 



Academy 
Age 

Academy Older, Plato 

' Acadia, Nova Scotia, history 
Acalepha zo&Iogy 
Acanthacese botany 
Acanthocephala parasites 
Acamania, Greece, ancient history 
Acceleration of the moon 



INDEX 



184 
971.6 

593-73 

583-86 
616.966 

938.3 
523-33 



tt 



^Accent pronunciation Eng. language 421.6 

426.1 
025.2 
729.9 

425-1 



' prosody " 

Accession dept. library admin. 

Accessories, architectural 

Accidence English language 

' other languages 

Accident insurance 36S.4 

Accidents dangerous occupations 613.66 
medicine 617. i 

to miners 622.85 

police measures 351-74 

protection of public 614.8 



Acclimation hygiene 
Acclimatization of animals 

evolution 



man 

mental influence 

plants 

criminal law 

music 



Accusative 



613.11 
591.52 

575-3 
573-4 
136.2 

581.52 

343 
788.9 

233-4 

657 
025.1 

692.7 

355 
394.1 

331 
621.35 

537.84 
482.5 

472.5 



Accomplices 
Accordeon 

Accountability doctrine 
Accounts, book-keeping 
library admin, 
supervision of building 
Accoutrements military science 
Accubation social customs 
Accumulation capital 
Accumulators, electrical engin. 

science 

etymology, Greek 

etymology, Latin 

other languages 

syntax, Greek 

syntax, Latin 

other languages 

zoology 

diuretics 

organic chemistry 
Achaia, Greece, ancient history 
Achaian league, " " 

Achlamydosporeae botany 
Achlorophyllae botany 
Achromatism optics 

therapeutics 

mining engineering 

aids to digestion 

chemical technology 

disinfectants 

fixed materia medica 6 15.34 
Topics In black face type are 8ub-divi<led. 



Acephala 

Acetates 

Acetylenes 



Acid poisons 
waters 
Acids 



485.5 
475-5 

594- J 
615.761 

547-23 

938-7 
938.08 

58394 

589.9 

535-4 
615.921 

622.57 

615-7343 
661.2 

614.484 



Acids 



Acology 
Aconite 



organic chemistry 547.7 
theoretical chemistry 541.4 
vegetable drugs 615.338 

medicine 615.5 

botany 583.1 11 

economic botany 581.6 

medicines 61 5.323 1 1 1 

poisons 615.98 

therapeutics 615.716 

Acoustics, applications to architecture 534.84 



Acrididae 
Acrobats 

Acropolis 

Acrostics 

Actinaria 

Acting 

Actinism 



Actinozoa 
Actions 

Actors* lives 
Acts and resolves 



music 

entomology 

amusements 

ethics 

architecture 

Grecian antiquities 

English language 

zoology 

ethics 

theater 

optics 

photography 

zoology 

legal procedure 



781. 1 

595.73 
791 

175.1 

722.8 

913.385 
838 

593.65 

175.2 

792 

535.85 

77^ 

593-6 

3479 
927.92 

345-1 
346.1 



Am. statutes 
Eng. " 
Acts of learned societies general 060 

* for special subjects see topic 
legislative bodies, U. S. 345.x 

Acts of the Apostles 226.6 

Acupuncture therapeutics 615.814 

Acute diseases 616 

Ad valorem duty customs 336.26 

Adages English literature 828 

* other literatures 
folk-lore 398-9 

Adam, Onkle Swedish fiction 839.7364 
Adam de la Halle French drama 842.12 
Adamites heresy 273.9 

Adams, J : presidency of 973-4 

J : Q. " 973.5 

^Adana, Asiatic Turkey history 956.4 

Addisgn, J., Eng. essays 824.52 

Addison's disease 616.45 

Addition arithmetic 511.2 

Addresses and petitions control of 

admin. 35^.97 

^ on special topics see topic 

Addressing machines printing 655.36 

Adhesion physics 539.2 

^Adirondacks history 974*753 

3 Adjective forms, etymol. Eng. lang. 422.6 

inflection ** *• 425.16 
^ syntax " " 425.6 

^ other languages 

Superior figrures refer to the tables at the 



eufl of this index. 

(40S) 



INDEX 



Adjutages SS^-S^ 

Adjutant General's reports, U. S. 353-6 
Administration, library 025 

of medicines, therapeutics 615.6 

political sci. 350 

Administrative action, subjects of 3517 

buildings, architec- 



ture 

control 

law 

reform 
Administrator 
Admirals' lives 
Admiralty English navy 

foreign countries 
Admiralty Islands history 
Admiralty law 



Admission 

Adobe 

Adolphus 

Adoption 

Adoptionists 



725.1 

35I-9I 

350 

351-6 

347.6 

923.5 

354427 

354 

993-7 

347.7 
371.21 

693.22 

943.026 

347-6 

273.9 
614.134 



Aerial erosion, geology 

navigation 
A<Srodynamic8 



astronomy 
geology 

lichens 

orchids 

Greek oratory 
drama 
fables 



«< 



K 



Aerolites 

Aeronautics 
A<5rophyte8 

iEschines 
iEschylus 
JEsop 
^Esthetics 

architecture 
i^thiopia ancient history 

" ^tna " Latin poem 

iEtolia ancient history 

iEtolian league Greek history 
Affections 
Affidavits 
Affinity 



Affixes 
3 

Affliction 

^Afghani language 
'Afghanistan history 

travel 
'Africa 



chemical 
family law 
English language 
other languages 



antiquities 
botany 
geology 
statistics 
travels 
other topics see table i 



Academy 
Age 

551.37 
533-6 

533 

523.51 
552.6 

533-6 

589.1 

584.15 
885.5 

882.1 

888.6 

701 

720.1 

939-78 
871.7 

938.3 
938.08 

157 
347.94 

541.3 
347-6 
422.2 



491.58 

958 

915.8 
960 
913.6 
581.96 

556 
316 

916 



school 

masonry 

German history 

family law 

heresies 
Adult mortality public health 

Adulterations, chemical analysis 543 

** technology 660 

public health 614.3 

Adultery ethics 176.6 

lav^r 343 
Adults, reformatories for, architecture 725.63 

Ad valorem duty taxes 336.26 

protection 337 

Advent Anglican festivals 264.031 

Second christology 232.6 

Adventists, Second sect 289.3 

Adventures biography 923-9 

travels, etc. 910 

Adverbs, etymology Eng. lang. 422.9 
* other lang. 

syntax Eng. lang. 425.9 

^ other lang. 

Adverse possession law 347-2 

Adversity pauperism 339 

Advertisements building 692.4 

Advertising 659 

newspaper directories 016.07 

publishing 655.55 

Advocacy 347-92 

Advocates, Faculty of 347-o6 

lives 9234 

Advowsons canon law 348 

iEdiles Roman antiquities 913-37 

iElfric Anglo Saxon lit 829.6 

itolian harp music 787.5 

MoWc dialect Greek language 4S7.921 

Aerated bread 643 

waters hygiene 613.38 
Topics In black face type are sab-dlvided. Superior figares refer to the tableg at the 

end of this index. 

(409) 



Africa, North history 

travels 
'Africa, North Central, history 
' Propria, ancient " 

« South Central, " 

African colonization, sociology 
history 
languages 

Ethiopic 
Hamitic 
Methodist church 
mortality public health 
slave trade 
Agamogenesis animals 

Age, influence of therapeutics 

mental characteristics 136.5 
Age of animals 59 '-^9 

man 612.69 

natural hist, of man 573-3 
statistics 312 

pupils 379-14 

the world 550.1 



961 
916. z 
966 

939-73 
967. 
3256 
960 

496 
492.8 

493 

287.8 

614.144 

326.1 

591.165 

61554 



Age 

Alpine 

Age of voters 

Aged, homes for architecture 

hospitals for 
Agents, consular 

external therapeutics 
geological 
law 
Ages, archaeological 

geological 
Agglutination philology 
Agiotage stock exchange 

Agnosticism natural theology 
philosophy 
religious heresy 
music 
Agrarian laws political science 

Roman history 
Agreements building 
ethics 
law 
Agricola, M. German poetry 
Agricultural botany 

chemistry 
classes pol. econ. 
colonization 
colleges 

geology agriculture 
econ. geol. 
implements 
law 
pests 



Agnostics 
Agnus Dei 



Agriculture 



zoology 
products pol. econ. 
societies 
system pol. econ. 



administration 
cooperative 
Department cf 
Indians 
rent of land 
Agrippa medieval philosophy 

'Aguascalientes, Mexico history 
Ague diseases 

Aid societies charitable associations 

cooperation 
Aid to the injured 
*Aidin, Asia Turkish history 
Aids to digestion therapeutics 
readers library economy 
'Ain, France history 
Air analysis chemistry 
baths, hot, hygiene 
brakes railroad engineering 
compressors mech. engineering 
disinfection contagious diseases 
Topics In black face type are sub- 



INDEX 

324.1 

725.56 

362.6 

341.8 

615.77 

551-9 

347-4 

571 

551.7 
401 

332.6 

211 

149.7 

273-8 
783.22 

333 

937 
692.4 

174.7 

347.4 
831.41 

581.6 
631 

325 

630.7 

631 

553.6 
630 

347-2 

632 

591.69 

338.1 
630.6 

330.1 
630 

351-823 
334.6 
630.6 
970.6 

333-5 
189.5 

972.4 

616.936 

361 

334 
614.88 

956.2 

615.734 

028 
944.4 

543-7 
613.46 

625.2 
621.5 
614.48 

-divided, 
end of this index. 

(410) 



Air ducts ventilation 


697.9 


engines mech. engineering 


6ai^ 


gun military engineering 


623.4 


mechanic trades 


683 


hygiene 


6131 


public health 


614.7 


in towns public health 


614.78 


meteorology 


551.5 


passages, anatomy 


61 1. a 


diseases 


6i6.a 


physiology 


612.29 


plants lichens 


589.1 


orchids 


584.15 


pneumatics 


533 


pollution, by cemeteries 


614.652 


public health 


614.7 


pressure of meteorology 


5S'.54 


pump 


533-5 


spaces public health 


614.783 


ventilation 


628.8 


Airways mining engineering 


622.45 


Airy's theory geodesy 


526.14 


'Aisne, France history 


944-34 


Aix-la-Chapelle inter, congress 


341. 1 


treaties 


341-2 


Akenside, M. English poetry 


821.62 


'Alabama, U. S. history 


976.1 


travel 


917.61 


Alabama privateers 


341.3 


Alabama claims, arbitration 


341.6 


England 


942.08 


international law 


341 


neutrals 


341.3 


United States 


973-7 


Alamanni, L. Italian poetry 


851.36 


Alarcon y Mendoza Span, drama 


862.34 


Alarms, fire local government 


352.3 


protection of public 


614.842 


signals 


654.7 


'Alaska history 


979.8 


purchase U. S. history 


973-8 


travel 


917.98 


'Albania, Asia, ancient history 


93956 


' Turkey modern history 


949.6 


travels 


914.96 


'Albany city history 


974.743 


' Co., N. Y., history 


974.742 


Albert I. German history 


943.026 


II. 


943.028 


N'yanza travels 


916.76 


'Alberta, Canada history 


971.23 


Alberti, L. B. Italian essays 


854.21 


Albertypes 


774 


Alberus, Erasmus, German poetry 


831.43 


Albigenses persecutions 


272.3 


sect 


284.4 


Saperlor fiffnres refer to the Mbles ml the 



INDEX 



Albigenses 
Albinism 



Albuminoids 
Alchemy 
Alciphron 
Alcohol 



secular history 
animals 
dermatology 
physiology 



Greek letters 

hygiene 

narcotic poisons 

stimulants 
Alcoholic liquors, manufacture 

temperance 
Alcoholism diseases 
Alcohols organic chemistry 

Alcoran Mohammedanism 

Alcott, A. B. moral government 
L. M. American fiction 

lib. econ. 

zoology 

organic chemistry 

local government 
rare printing 



Alcoves 
Alcyonaria 
Aldehydes 
Aldermen 
Aldine editions 



Aldrich, T. B. American fiction 
Aleardi, A. Italian poetry 



944.023 

59'-i57 
616.5s 

612.39S 

540.1 

886.2 

613.81 

615.964 

615.711 

663 
178 
616.861 

547-3 
297 

371.58 
813.41 

022.4 

593-62 

547-5 
352.0 

094 

813.44 

851.81 



Alembert, J. le R. d' French essays 844.53 



*Aleppo, Asia, Turkish history 
Ales manufacture 

'Aleutian islands history 
Alexander II. Russian *' 
Alexandria, Egypt ancient history 

modem " 
travels 
Alexandrian library 

philosophy 
Alfieri, V. Italian drama 

Alfonso X. Spanish literature 

XI. " " 

XII. Spanish history 
Alfred the Great, Ang. Sax. lit. 
Algae 

Algarotti, F. Italian poetry 
Algebra 

higher 
Algebraical logic 
'Algeria, Africa, history 
*Algerine war 

U. S. history 
Algiers, Africa history 

travels 
Alhambra architecture 

history 
Alien laws 



956.8 

663.3 
979.8 

947.08 

932 
962.1 

916.21 

027.032 

186.4 

852.64 

868.11 

868.14 

946.08 

829.7 

589.3 
851.58 

51a 

51a 8 

164 

965 
96s 

9735 

965 

916.5 

723 
946.8 

341.5 
341.5 



Aliens international law 

owners of land, pol. econ. 333.4 

naturalization 325* i 

Alighieri, Dante Italian poetry 851.15 

Alimentary canal human anat. 61 1.3 

Topics In black face typ« are sab-dlvided. Saperlor flgnires refer to 

end of this Index. 

(411) 



Alimentary canal physiology 
Alimentation, forced hygiene 
Alimony law 

Alismacese botany 



Age 

Alpine 

612.3 
613.23 
347.6 
584.72 



Alkalies 



chemical technology 661.3 



chemistry 
Alkaline earths chemistry 
poisons therapeutics 
waters econ. geology 
Alkaloid drugs materia medica 
Alkoran Mohammedanism 

All-fools* day customs 
All-Hallows' eve customs 



546.3* 

546.4 

615.922 

553.71 

615.336 

297 

394 
394 



<< 



<i 



All-Saints, feast of, Anglican festival 264.031 

264.031 
974.784 

9>7.5 

347.1 

341.5 

325-1 
828 

244 

785.1 

785.1 

206 

341.2 

341-2 

944.57 
SI 1.8 

598.14 



All Souls '* 

'Alleghany Co., N. Y., history 
mountains travels 

Allegiance English private law 
international law 
naturalization 
English literature 
religious 
orchestral music 
orchestral music 

Alliance, Evangelical 

Holy treaties 

Alliances international law 

'Allier, France, history 

Alligation arithmetic 

Alligators 



^AUeg^ries 

Allegretto 
Allegro 



Alliterative poems, English poetry 821. i 
Allodium land ownership 333-3 

law 347.2 

Allopathy medicine 615.5 

Allotropism chemistry 541.7 

Allotment system 333-5 

Alloys 671 

Alluvium geology 551-35 

Almanacs, general 529-5 

nautical 528 

statistical 3x0 

Almqvist, K: J. L. Swedish poetry 839.7166 



Alms 
Almshouses 



ethics 



Aloes 



362.5 
architecture 725.55 

pauperism 339 

poisons 61 5.93 

Alpes Maritimes, France history 944-94 

Alphabet elementary education 372.4 

English orthography 421. i 

^ other languages 

Alphabetico-classed catalogs 

^Alphabets philology 

ornamental design 

Alphen, H. van Dutch poetry 

Alpine plants botany 



019 
411 

745 
839-3147 
581.9494 



the tables at thft 



Alpine 
Aneurism 



INDEX 



Alpine travels 


914.94 


American and Eng. private law 


347 


*Alps history 


9494 


American Antiquarian sOciety 


913.7 


'Alsace-Lorraine, Germany history 


943-44 


antiquities 


913.7 


Alsineae botany 


583-154 


art galleries 


708.1 


Alsop, George American satire 


817.12 


bibliography 


015.7 


Richard " poetry 


811.25 


biographical diet. 


920.07 


Altar cloths sacred ornaments 


247.7 


colleges 


378.7 


Altars architectural accessories 729.91 


colonies history 


973-2 


ecclesiology 


246.6 


constitution 


342.731 


Alt-a7.imuth instruments 


522.42 


constitutional history 


342.739 


Alternate generation zoology 


591-163 


cyclopedias 


031 


Altitude imponderable remedies 61 5.835 


Independence, U. S. hbt. 


973.3 


Altruism ethics 


171.8 


Indians 


970.x 


Aluminium inorganic chemistry 


546.66 


languages No. Am. 


497 


metallurgy 


669.7 


So. Am. 


498 


Alumni biography 


378 


literature 


8x0 


Ahvato universal language 


40S.9 


painting 


759-1 


Amadeus Spanish history 


946.08 


party 


329-5 


Amadis de Gaula Spanish fiction 


863.22 


periodicals 


051 


Amalgamation, metallurgy 


669.2 


philosophers biography 


921. 1 


Amalgams manufactures 


671 


philosophy 


X9X 


Amarantaceae botany 


583.913 


poetry 


8xx 


Amaryllideae " 


584.25 


poets' lives 


928.11 


Amateur manuals mech. trades 


680 


political parties 


339 


theatricals amusements 


793 


P. E. church 


283.7 


ethics 


175.2 


Rebellion history 


973.7 


Amaurosis diseases of eye 


617.73 


revolution 


973.3 


Amazon river, travel 


918.1 


slavery 


326 


Amazons customs 


396.9 


statutes law 


345 


Ambassadors international law 


341.7 


'Americana history 


970 


political science 


327 


Americanisms 


427.9 


Amber geology 


553.29 


Ames, Fisher, American oratory 


815.22 


jewelry 


391.7 


^Amharic language 


492.8 


mineralogy 


549.8 


Amherst College 


378.744 


Ambra, F. d' Italian drama 


852.35 


Amic acids organic chemistry 


547.8 


Ambrosia antiquities 


913.38 


Amicis, Edmondo de Ital. misc. 


858.82 


mythology 


292 


Amids organic chemistry 


547.8 


Ambrotype 


772 


Amiens, Peace of treaties 


341.24 


Ambulances 


614.881 


Amines organic chemistry 


547.8 


for contagious diseases 


614.882 


Ammergau passion play theatre 


792 


Amendments U. S. constitution 


342.731 


Ammirato, Scipione Italian essays 


854.46 


"America, Central history 


572.8 


Ammonia chemical technology 


661.3 


travel 


917.38 


salts chem. tech. 


661.5 


discovery of 


973.1 


stimulants 


615.711 


history 


970 


Ammoniums organic chemistry 


547.8 


North botany 


58i.g7 


Ammunition military engineering 


623.4 


geology 


557 


Amnesty 


341.3 


history 


970 


Amnion pregnancy 


618.37 


statistics 


317 


Amory, T. English humor 


827.62 


travel 


917 


Amos, Book of, Bible 


224.8 


other topics see table i. 




Ampelidea: botany 


583.279 


Norwegian history 


948.02 


Amphibians 


597-6 


■ Russian, history 


979.8 


Amphictyonic council,Gredan history 938 


travels 


917.98 


Amphitheatre antiquities 


913.376 


■ South, history 


980 


architecture 


722.7 


travel 


918 


Amputation surgery 


617.94 


Vopios in black face type are sub-divided. 


Superior Assures refer to the tables at tlis 




end of tfe 


lis iudex. 






(41 


12) 





'Amsterdam history 

travels 
Amusement or play hygiene 
Amusements 

ethics 



'Ana 

Anabaptists 

Anacardiaceae 

Anacreon 

Anaesthesia 

Anaesthetics 

'Anagrams 

Analgesics 



of laboring classes 

Sunday 

English literature 

sects 

botany 

Greek poetry 

diseases 

therapeutics 

English literature 

pseudonyms 



949.2 

914.92 

613.74 
790 

175 

331-84 

263.6 

828 

284.3 
583.292 

884.3 

616.856 

615.781 

828 

014 

615.783 



INDEX Alpine 

Aneurism 
Anatomy comparative plants 581.4 
descriptive animals 

plants 
human 

laws public health 
pathological 
regional 

vivisection ethics 
Anaxagoras Greek philosophers 
Anaximander, 
Anaximenes, 



169 

5814 
219 

5437 
511.5 



therapeutics 

Analogous projections descri. geom. 515.2 

Analogy comparative anatomy 591.4 
English language 422.1 

' other languages 

logic 
plants 
theology 

Analysis air chemistry 

arithmetic 
blowpipe chemistry 544.3 
botanical 581 

chemical 543 

combinatory algebra 512.5 
diophantine algebra 512.23 
grammar English 425.3 

8 other languages 

logic z6o 

microscopical 578 

milk, adulterations 614.321 
mineralogy 549* i 

qualitative, chem. 544 
quantitative, chem. 545 
soil hygiene 614.77 1 

sounds acoustics 534.4 
spectrum astronomy 522.67 
chemistry 544.6 
optics 535-84 

water biol. hygiene 613.34 
chemistry 543.3 

micros, hygiene 613.33 

Analysts, public adulterations '614.3 



(( 



C( 



« 



l< 



591.7 
581.7 

611 

614.22 
616.078 
61 1.9 

179.4 
182.8 

I82.I 
I82.I 



Ancelot, J. A. F. P. French drama 842.74 



Anchor ice 
Anchors 



Ancestry evolution 

genealogy 
mental science 
spiritual heredity 
traductionism 
occurrence in nature 
plumbing 
Ancient architecture 

countries description 
customs 

customs and costume 
geography desc. 
history 
law 
maps 
music 

philosophers* lives 
philosophies 
sculpture 
therapeutics 
Ancients, council of French legisla- 
ture 
French revolution 
'Andalusia, Spain history 

travel 
Andante orchestral music 

Andersen, H. C. Danish fiction 



575-1 
929.1 

136.3 

233-3 
129.2 

551-31 
696.7 

722 

913.3 

913.3 
390 

911.3 
930 

3493 
912.3 

781.8 

921.9 

180 

732 
615.89 

328.44 

944.045 
946.8 

914.68 

785.1 

839.8364 



(I 



« 



Anderson ville prison U. S. history ^T^-JJ 

Andes, description 918 

Andesite lithology 552.26 

Andocides Greek oratory 885.1 

Andorra 946.7 

Andrea, J. V. German poetry 831.47 

Andreini, G. Italian drama 852.53 
Andrieux, F. G. J. S., French drama 842.65 

Andronicus, Livius Latin drama 872.1 

Anecdotes legal 340.9 

^ miscel. Eng. lit. 828 

personal, see biography 

religious 244 
on spec, topics, see subject. 

Anemometer meteorology 55 '.5* 

Aneroid barometer physics 533.4 

Aneurism pulmonary disease 616.247 

Topics In black face type ar« sab-dlTlded. Saperlor flyures refer to the tables at th« 

end of this index. 

(413) 



Analytical chemistry 


543 


geometry 


516 


trigonometry 


5'4.5 


'Anam. Asia history 


959.8 


travel 


915.98 


Anarchists socialism 


335 


Anastatic printing 


655 


Anatomy, art 


743 


comparative animals 


591.4 



Aneurism 


INDEX 




Apoda 








Aneurism surgery 


617.41 


Animal irritant poisons, therapeutics 615.94 


Angels 


235 


kingdom 


590 


Angevin architecture Romanesque 


723-44 


life, painless extinction of 


614.971 


Angina pectoris diseases 


616.12 


magnetism 


^34 


Angiocarpae botany 


589.16 


oils chemical technology 


665.2 


Angiulieri, C. Italian satire 


857.13 


parasites diseases 


616.96X 


Angle, facial craniology 


573.7 


plagues veterinary med. 


6x9 


visual physiological optics 


535-7 


psychology, zoology 


591.5' 


Angles, measurement of astrou. 


526.93 


substances, chemical analysis 543.9 


crystallography 


548.7 


trades air pollution 


614.74 


' Anglesey history 


942.91 


worship, non-Christian re- 


Anglican biography 


922.3 


ligions 


290 


brotherhoods 


271.8 


Animalculae 


593 


chant music 


783.5 


Animals agents of geol. work 


551.95 


•*- church 


283 


and plants differences 


577.5 


— creed 


238.3 


care of, animal hygiene 


614.94 


missions 


266.3 


cruelty to ethics 


179.3 


ordination 


262.17 


dead air pollution 


6i4jr6i 


persecutions by Eng. hist 


. 942.055 


domestic y^^^^ 


** by relig. " 


272.7 


infect, diseases 


614.91 


of Eng. " 


942.054 


evolution 


575 


of relig. " 


272.6 


feeding of animal hygiene 


614.95 


relig. hist, of Eng. 


274.2 


geographical distribution 


591-9 


ritual 


264.03 


insurance 


368.5 


sisterhoods 


271.98 


locomotion of 


591.47 


Anglicisms English language 


427 


menageries 


590.7 


Angling 


799 


mind in 


591.51 


Anglo- Catholics 


283 


palaeontology 


560 


Anglo-Saxon history 


942.01 


remains of, early stone age 


571.13 


homilies 


829.5 


" " late stone age 


571.23 


' language 


429 


training of domestic 


636 


literature 


829 


transportation of hygiene 


614.96 


poetry 


829.1 


Animism metaphysics 


128 


Anglomania customs 


390 


'Anjou, France history 


944.18 


' Angola, Africa history 


967.3 


Anne, queen architecture 


724-5 


' Angora, Asia Turkish history 


956.3 


English history 


942.069 


Angoul6me, House of Fr. history 


944.028 


Annealing manufactures 


671 


Angular perspective geometry 


515.61 


molecular physics 


539-54 


drawing 


742 


Annelida worms 


595-1 


' Anhalt, Germany history 


943. '9 


Annexation intern, law 


341 


Anharmonics, geometry 


513.56 


Annihilation doctrines 


237.3 


analytical geometry 


516.56 


natural theology 


218 


Anhydrides organic chemistry 


547.7 


Anniversaries of invention of 




Anhydrous silicates mineralogy 


549.61 


printing 


655.12 


sulphates mineralogy 


549.75 


Annuals, statistical 


310 


Aniline, colors, chemical technology 


667.2 


special, see subject. 




Animal chemistry 


547 


Annuities insurance 


368.31 


diseases commun. to man 


614.93 


mathematics 


519.5 


electricity 


134 


public finance 


336.35 


food, hygiene 


613.28 


Annunciation, feast of Anglican ch. 


264.031 


forms, decoration in relief 


729.52 


Annunciators signals 


654.7 


painted decoration 


729.42 


Anodynes therapeutics 


615.78 


heat physiological zoology 


591. II 


Anointing sacraments 


265 


physiology 


612.5 


Anomala botany 


583297 


hygiene public health 


614.9 


Anomali " 


58398 


intelligence zoOlogy 


591.5 ! 


Anomodontia reptiles 


598.17 


Topics in black face type are sub-divided. 


Saperior flg^ures refer to the tables at th« 




end of it 


lis index. 

14) 





Anonacea botany SSj.ns 

Anonyms bibtiograptay 014 

'Ansayrii history 955 

Anselm medieval philosophy 1S9.4 

Anselm, H, German fiction *33-S3 

Analo, Keyer Dutch poetry 839,3135 
Am insects sgs.jg 

Anucids aids to digestion 61 5-7343 

Antagonism of medicines, theiapeulics6i5.5z 
Antarctic current ocean currents 55147 

eiplor3lion3, irivels 9r9,9 

ocean oceiins s5"-46 

regions history 999 

A nte-re format ion religious history 270.5 

Anthelmintic drugs therapeutics 615.733 
Anthems music 783.4 

public worship 364.2 

Tcligious poetry 045 
>Anthol(^S Kng. littraliire ?2o£ 

Anthracene organic themisiry 547-^ 
Anthracite econ. geology 553-^5 



fuel 



644 



metallurgy 669.8 

Anthrax public health 614.561 

Anthropoid apes mammals 599.S 

Anthropology mind and body 130 

nat. bist.of man 573 

relig. doct. of man ^33 

Anthropometry 573-6 

Antbrapomorphism metaph. 125 

AnihTopophagy cannibalism 399 

Anti- burghers preabjlerians 485.6 

Anti-Christ 235 

Anticlinal strata geology 551.86 

Anti-corn law league free trade 337.! 

Antidotes materia medics 615.9 

Antifebrin therapeutics 615.75 

Ami-federal parly 3^.- 

'Antilles history g^i.g 

travel gij.jg 

Anti-Masonry 366.1 

Antimonates mineralogy 549-72 

Antimonides mineralogy 549,3 

Antimony inorganic chemistry 546.86 

°"S 553.4; 

Amipalharia zoology 59364 

Antiperiodics therapeutics 615.75 

Antiphonal choral service music 783.24 

readings |iub. worship !64,4 

Antipyretics therapeutics 615.75 

Antipyrin " 615.75 

Antiquarian societies 913 

Antiquarians' lives 923,9 

Antiquities biblical 2J0.93 

classical 913-3B 
T«plu In black face tn^ an inb-dlvldfd 



ZX Aneuritm 

Apoda 

Antiquities countiiea 913 

cut torn s 390 

Jewish antiq. 913. J3 

history 933 

religion 396 

Segal 340.3 
prehistoric arcb.eology 571 
see also special subjects. 

Antiquity of man 573.3 

Anti-rust processes building 691.7 

Antiseptics in midwifery 618.89 

public health 614.4S1 

therapeutics 615,778 

Anli^lavery documents 3^.4 

periodicals 3^5 

societies 326.6 

U- !j. history 973-71 

Antisthenes Greek philosophers 183.4 

Antistrophe English prosody 426.7 

Crep k prosody 4S6-7 
' other langosgea 

Anti-Trinitarians heresies 173-4 

Unitarians a88 

Anti-vaccination pubUc health 614.474 
Antonides Duuli ps.ttry 839.3137 

'Antrim Irish history 941.61 

Ants Insects , 595.79 

'Antwerp history 949.3 

travels 9' 4-93 

Anura Ashes 597-8 

Anus anatomy 611.35 

diseases of 616.35 

*Aoriat Greek etymology 483.8 

Greek syntax 4S5.8 

Aorta anatomy 61 [-13 

Apartment and ufhce buildings 725.12 

houses ntehiiecmte 738.2 
(i'lniestic «conony 640 

Apatite economic geology 55364 

fertilizers 631 

mineralogy 549-73 

Apes 599.8 

Apeia]« botany 583-9 

Aphasia. diseases 616.855 

mental derangements 133,8 

Aphelion astronomy 5"'3 



Aphon 



616.2: 



Aphorisms English literature 8a8 

folk-lore 398.9 

Apiary bees 638 

Apocalypse 338 

ApocarpeK botany 5B4-7 

Apocrypha 339 

Apocryphal gospels Bible 329^ 

Apocynacei botany 5837* 

Apoda loologj- 593-98 

Snperlor flrurea retrr to tHe table* at tha 



Apogee 
Armies 

Apogee moon 

tides 
Apollo Belvedere sculpture 
Apollo-worship 

Apollonius Rhodius Greek poetry 
Apologetics 
Apomorphine emetics 
Apoplexy diseases 

Apostasy heresies 
Apostles, acts of 
Apostles' creed 

lives, scriptural biography 
Apostolic age apologetics 
canons apocrypha 
Catholic, sects 
church 

persecutions 
epistles 
fathers 

period religious history 
succession 
Apostolical constitutions 
' Apothegms English literature 

folk-lore 
Apparatus manufacture 

practical chemistry 
see special subject 
Apparent motion earth 

sun 
time 
Apparitions 

Appellate proceedings law 
Appetites mental faculties 

temperance 
Appian way Roman antiquities 
Apple culture 

Applied chemistry chem. tech. 
mechanics mech. eng. 
Applique work 

Appointment of civil service officers 

teachers education 
Apportionment representation 

taxation 
Apprentices, duties of ethics 
Apprenticeship building trade 

polit. econ. 
Appropriation bills U. S. finance 
Approximations algebra 
Apulia, Italy ancient history 
modem history 
travels 
Aquaria 

Aquatic rights, law 
Aquatint engraving 

Aqueducts canals 

Roman antiquities 
Topics in biack face typ« are sub 



INDEX 



Arabesques 



Arabia 
t 

Arabia Petraea 



523-33 

525-63 

733 
292 

239 

61573' 
616.81 

«73 

226.6 

238.1 

225.92 

239.1 

229.9 

289.5 

aSx.i 

272.1 

229.9 

281. 1 

270.1 

262.11 

281. 1 

828 

398.9 
681 

542.2 

525-38 

523-73 
529.1 

^33'^ 

347-9 
158 

178 

913-37 

634 

660 

62X 

746 

35I-I 
37114 

3M 
336.2 

174.8 

690.7 

331-86 

33^-73 
512.22 

937-7 

945-75 

9M.575 

590-7 

347-2 

766 

626.2 

913-376 

-divided, 
end of this index. 

Ui6^ 



Aqueducts waterworks 628.14 

Aqueous erosion geology 551-35 

rocks " 552.5 

Aquinas medieval philosophy 189.4 

Aqui vascular respiration zoology 591.123 
Arabesque decoration design 



745 
747 
786.42 

939-47 
953 

9153 

939.48 

953- » 

915-31 

723-3 
492.7 

892.7 

511. 2 

189.3 
946.02 

616.9685 

595-4 

946.5 

583.491 

492.x 

881.2 

332.6 



ornaments 

piano music 

ancient history 

modem history 

travels 

ancient history 
modern " 
travel 
Arabic architecture 
* language 

literature 

numerals arithmetic 
philosophy 
Arabs in Spain Spanish history 
Arachnida parasitica ectozoa 

zoology 
' Aragon, Spain history 
Araliaceae botany 

^Aramaic language 
Aratus Greek poetry 

Arbitrage stock exchange 

Arbitrary power absolute monarchy 321.6 
Arbitration and award law 347-4 

capital and labor 33i*i 

international ethics 172.4 
law 341.6 
Arblay, F. (Burney) d' English fict. 823.66 
Arboriculture 715 

forestry 634.9 

Arbors landscape gard. 717 

Arbuthnot, J. English humor 827.54 

Arc, Joan of French history 944.026 

Arcades architectural design 729.33 

walls 721.26 

Arcadia Greek anc. history 938.8 

Arcani disciplina primitive church 281.1 
Arcesilaus Greek philosophy 186.2 
Archaean age geology 55' '7' 

Archaeology anc. description, etc. 913 

Biblical 22a93 

prehistoric 57X 

^Archaisms English language 427 
^Archangel, Russia history 947-2 

Archbishops ecclesiastical polity 262.12 
lives Anglican 922.3 

Roman Catholic 922.2 
Arched constructions arch. 721.4 

Archegony biology 576.1 

physiological zoology 591. 161 
Archery 796 

Superior fif^res refer to the tables at the 



INDEX 



Apogee 
Armies 



Arches architectural design 

arch, constr. 

engineering 
triumphal, Rom. antig. 
Archilochus Greek satire 
Archimedes screw physics 
'Archipelago, East Indian 

Greek, ancient hist. 
' modern hist. 

Architectonics, architecture 
Architects, liability of building 
Architects* lives 
Architectural accessories 

construction 

decoration 

design 

drawing 
Architecture 

acoustics 

East Indian 

Gothic 

military 

castles 

modem 

naval building 

naval engineering 

Norman 

plans 

warships 
Architraves arch, construction 
Archives, see history 

** manuscripts 
of special topics see topic 
Archons Greek history 

Arctic currfents 

explorations travels 
explorers* lives 
ocean 

* regions, history 
■ Ard^che, France history 

* Ardennes, France history 
Ardent spirits manufactures 

temperance- 
Ardigo, I. Italian essays 

Area, occupiable, proportion of, 

ground hygiene 
Areas geometry 

surveying 
anatomy 
specific gravity 
Grecian antiquities 
Italian drama 



Areolar tissue 

Areometer 

Areopagus 

Aretino, Pietro 

Arezzo, G. d* " poetry 

Argand lamp chemical technology 

Argensola, B. L. Spanish poetry 

L. 
Topics In black fac« type are sub 



72933 
721.4 

624.6 

913-37 
887.1 

532.8 
991 

9391 

949-9 

720.1 

692.9 

927.2 

729.9 

721 

729 

729 

744 
720 

534.84 
722.4 

623.1 

728.81 

724 

699 

623.8 

723 
692 
623.8 
721.86 



Argentine Republic administration 354.82 

botany 581.982 

finance 336.82 

geology 558.2 

* history 982 

maps 912.82 

schools, public 379.82 
statistics 318.2 

travel 918.2 

treaties 341.282 

other topics see table i. 
geology 552.44 

Greek ancient history 938.8 



Argillite 
Argolis 
Argonauts 
Argot 

3 



Argument 



Greek mythology 292 

French language 447.09 
other languages 

law 347.92 

logic 168 



from design apologetics 239 



'Argyll, Scotland history 
Aria vocal music 

Ariana, Asia ancient history 
Arianism heresies 

Arici, Cesare Italian poetry 
'Ari^ge, France history 
Ariosto, Lodovico Italian poetry 
Aristippus Greek philosophers 
Aristocracy polit. science 
Aristolochiacese botany 
Aristophanes, Greek drama 
Aristotelian philosophy 



Aristotle 



Arithmetic 



938 

5S'-47 
919.8 

923.9 
551-46 
998 
944.82 

944.31 
663 

178 

854.85 

614.784 
513.18 
526.97 
611.76 

532.4 
913.385 
852.34 
851.12 

665.6 

861.34 

861.34 

-divided. 

end of this Index. 

(417) 



Greek literature 
philosophy 



elementary education 
political statistics 
Arithmetical progression algebra 



941.38 
784.2 

939.65 

273-4 
851.67 

944.88 

851.32 

"83.5 
321.5 
583.924 
882.4 

185 

888.5 
185.1 

5" 

372.7 
310 

512.6 



arithmetic 51 1.6 



Arithmometer, math, instruments 

■ Arizona, U. S. history 

' Arkansas, " " 

Arm* anatomy 

Armada, Spanish English history 

Spanish 
' Armagh, Ireland history 
Armamentaria, surgery 
Armaments ordnance 



44 



510.8 

979.1 
976.7 

611.97 

942.05s 

946.04 

941.66 

617.91 

623.4 



Armed neutrality international law 341.3 
Armenia ancient history 939-55 

Armenian architecture 723.2 

church 28 1. 6 

* language 491-54 

literature 891.54 

Armies Amer. civil war 97374 

military engineering 623 
military science 355 

Superior fiffures refer to the tables at the 



Armies 
Astronomic 



INDEX 



Armies 


vear customs 


399 


Art anatomy, drawing 


743 


Arminianism 


continental prot. sects 284.9 


biography 


g27 




Methodism 


287 


Christian, ecclesiology 


346 


Armistice 


international law 


341-3 


decorative furniture 


749 


Armor 


war costumes 


399 


education 


707 


Armored vessels military engin. 


623.9 


embroidery 


746 




shipbuilding 


699 


fine 


700 


* Armorican 


language 


491.68 


galleries 


708 


Armories 


architecture 


725.18 


architecture 


727-7 




military engineering 


623.4 


history 


709 


Arms 


artificial 


617.57 


industrial, useful arts 


600 




coats of heraldry 


929.8 


interior decoration 


747 




gun-making 


683 


museums internal affairs 


351-853 




military engineering 


623.4 


needlework 


746 




" science 


355 


religious 


246 




war customs 


399 


rudiments, prehistoric 


571.7 


Army 


British 


354.426 


sacred furniture 


247 




foreign countries 


354 


schools 


707 




lists 


355 


studios architecture 


7277 




military science 


355 


useful 


600 




of Cumberland 


973-74 


woman in 


396.7 




officials, lives 


923.5 


Arterial blood, physiology 


612. 113 




regulations 


35S 


Arteries anatomy 


611. 13 




United States 


353-6 


diseases 


616.13 




worm agriculture 


632 


Artesian wells, sanit. engineering 


628.11 




zoology 


591.69 


Arthropoda zoology 


595-2 


Amaut, Daniel Proven9al poetry 


849. 1 27 


Arthrostraca " 


595-37 


Arndt, E. M., 


German poetry 


831.71 


Arthur, C. A., presidency of 


973-8 


Arnim, L; A. 


von German fiction 


833.66 


Arthurian romances 


398.2 


Arnold, M. 


English essays 


824.85 


Articles English syntax 


425.6 


Arnulf 


German history 


943.021 


Greek syntax 


485.6 


Aroideae 


botany 


584.64 


^ other languages 




Arondissement French loc. gov. 


352.0445 


of confederation, U. S. const. 


Arrangement 


of words Eng. syntax 


425.3 


hist. 


34*^73 


3 


other language 


s 


Thirty-nine Anglican 'creed 


238.3 


Ai rearages 


law 


347-7 


Articulates paleontology 


565 


Arrebo, Ande 


rs Danish poetry 


839.8131 


zoology 


595 


Arrest 


civil trials 


347-9 


Articulations anatomy 


611.72 




criminal law 


343 


Artificial butter, chemical technology 664.3 


Arrom, C. B. de F. C, Spanish fiction 863.53 


eyes 


617.79 


Arrow head inscriptions 


492.1917 


flowers ornamental design 


745 


heads, 


stone prehist arch. 


571.15 


fuel chemical technology 


r 662.8 


war implements 


399 


horizons astronomy 


522.57 


Arrows 


archery 


796 


ice manufacture 


621.5 


Arsacidae 


history 


935-6 


light perspective 


515-63 


Arsenals 


architecture 


725.18 


limbs 


6x7.5 




military engineering 


623.4 


mineral waters, chem. tech. 


663.6 


Arsenates 


mineralogy 


549-72 


stone, building mL.erials 


691.3 


Arsenic 


drugs 


615.219 


chemical technology 


666.8 




inorganic chemistry 


546.19 


piers and columns 


721.33 




medical jurisprudence 340.6 


walls 


721.23 




metallic poisons 


615.926 


teeth dentistry 


617.69 




ores 


553-47 


Artillery army dep*t 


358 


Arsenides 


inorganic chemistry 


546.19 


ordnance, mil. eng. 


623.4 




mineralogy 


549-3 


Artisans' lives 


926 


Arson 


criminal law 


343 


Artists' lives 


927 


Topics in black face type are sab-divlded. 


Superior figrurea refer to the tables at the 






end of tl 

(4 


lis index. 

18) 


.. 





INDEX Am 


nies 






Astronomic 


'Artois, Prance history 


^44.27 


Ass zoology 


599-7 


Artotype photography 


774 


* Assam, India, history 


954.1 


Arts and trades 


600 


Assassination criminal law 


343 


fine 


700 


Assassins lives 


923.4 


biography of 


927 


Persian history 


955 


graphic fine arts 


700 


Assault and battery law 


343 


useful 


600 


Assaults military engineering 


623.2 


biography of 


926 


Assaying 


669.9 


Arundel marbles Greek inscrip. 


4^1.7 


Assembly, legislative 


3a8 


Aryan languages 


491 


Assent logic 


163 


literatures 


891 


Assessment taxes 


336.29 


races ethnology 


57a-89i 


Assignats French finance 


336.44 


Asafetida therapeutics 


615.789 


" revolution 


944.04 


Asbestos econ. geol. 


553-67 


Assignments law 


347-7 


roofing 


695-7 


Assimilation of food animals 


591-133 


Ascension of Christ Christology 


232.5 


man 


612.39 


right theoretical astronomy 521.27 


plants 


581.133 


Ascensions, balloon aeronautics 


533-6 


'Assiniboia, Canada history 


971.25 


Asceticism 


273.2 


Assize, courts of law 


347.99 


I>ersonal religion 


248 


Associated press Amer. journalism 071 


Ascidia zoology 


594-9 


Association mental faculties 


153-2 


Asclepiadex botany 


583-73 


public order 


351-752 


Ascolichenes botany 


589.15 


Associationalism philosophy 


149.4 


Ascomycetes '* 


589.23 


Associations 


360 


' Ashango land, history 


967.2 


building 


332.32 


travel 


916.72 


business cotfpera. 


334 


* Ashantee history 


966.7 


charitable 


361 


travel 


916.67 


educational 


370.6 


Ashburton treaty inter. law 


341 .a 


guilds 


338.6 


Ashes fertilizers 


631 


labor 


33'.88 


volcanic, lithology 


552.22 


musical 


780.6 


Asia antiquities 


913.5 


relig. y. M. C, etc. 


267 


botany 


581.95 


for special object see topic 




geology 


555 


Assurance 


368 


* history 


950 


Assyria ancient history 


935-2 


statistics 


315 


antiquities 


913-352 


travels 


915 


architecture 


722.5 


Asia Minor, Eastern anc. hist. 


9393 


^Assyrian language 


492.19 


Western anc. hist 


. 939.a 


Astacidae lobsters 


595.36 


* history, modern 


956 


Asterales botany 


58353 


travels 


915.6 


Asteroidea zoology 


593-92 


Asiatic cholera diseases 


616.932 


Asteroids astronomy 


52344 


languages 491 


-495 


Asteropherus, M. O., Swedish drama 


839.722a 


eastern 


495 


Asthma diseases 


616.23 


societies 


490.6 


Astigmatism eye diseases 


617-75 


Asinari, Federigo Italian drama 


852.44 


Astringents external irritants 


615.772 


Asphalt economic geol. 


55327 , 


Astrolabe astronomy 


522.41 


pavement 


625.8 


Astrology 


'33-5 


roofing 


695.6 


astronomy 


520.1 


Asphyxia pathology 


616.206 


Astronomers* lives 


925.2 


surgery 


617.18 


Astronomic almanacs chronology 


529.5 


Aspirates English language 


421.2 


determinations, geodesy 526.6 


Greek language 


481.2 


instruments 


522 


5 other languages 




maps 


524 


Aspiration, pneumatic therapeutics 


615.815 


observations 


522.19 


Ass domestic animals 


636.1 


observations 


524 


Topics in black face type are sub-divided. 


Superior flgfures refer to the tables 


at the 




end of tb 


is index. 






(41 


9) 





Astronomic 
Baif 



INDEX 



Astronomic physics 521 

Astronomy 520 

descriptive 523 

in relation to geodesy 526.6 



physical 

practical 

spherical 

theoretical 
Astrophytidae star fishes 
'Asturias, Spain history 
Asylum, right of legal antiquities 



Asylums 



architecture 
hygiene 
inebriate arch. 

temperance 178.6 
36a 



521 
522 
522.7 
521 

593-94 
946.1 

340.3 

7255 
613.56 

725-65 



sociology 

'Athabasca, Canada history 
Athanasian creed 
Atheism apologetics 

natural theol. 
Atheists* lives 
Athenaeum libraries 



971.22 

238.1 

239 

211 

922.9 
027.2 



Athenian supremacy, Grecian history 938.04 



Athens 



ancient history 
modem history 
travel 

Athletic sports 

hygiene 
school hygiene 
training hygiene 

Atlantic ocean, physical geography 
travel 
telegraph sociology 
useful arts 

Atlantis antiquities 

mythology 
original home of man 572.4 

Atlases, maps, etc. 912 

celestial astr. 524 

school furniture 371-63 

see also special topics 
erosion 551.37 

geological agent 55^-93 

ground pub. health 614.773 



938-5 

949-5 

914.95 
796 

613.72 
371-74 

613-73 
551-46 
910.4 

384 
654-5 

913-39 
292 



Atmosphere 



hight of astr. 
meteorology 
moon 

pneumatics 
Atmospheric currents 
. electricity 



523.58 
551-5 
52335 
533-3 

551-51 
537-4 



Atolls 



Atomic theory 



engines pneumatics 533.8 

533-4 

625-5 
534-1 
551.96 

541.2 



pressure 
railways 

vibrations sound 
physical geology 



Atomic weights 
Atomistic philosophy 
Atoms 



Atonement 

Atrophies 

Atropine 

Attack 

Attendance 



christology 
skin diseases 
materia medica 
military science 
school 



541.2 
X82.6 

541.2 

232.3 
616.54 

61 5336 
623.2 

371-52 



Atterbom, P. D. A., Swedish poetry 839.7165 
Attica, Greek ancient history 938-5 

Attitude, constrained hygiene 613.65 

Attorneys law 340 

lives 923.4 

Attraction, capillary liquids 532.6 

chemical affinity 54^-3 

gravity 531.5 

magnetism 538 

of mountains, geodesy 526.14 



I 



sun and earth 
Attributes of God 
A ubancl, J. M. Proven9al poetry 

* Aube, France history 
Aubigne, T. A. d' French satire 
Auburn prison system prisons 
Auction catalogs bibliography 
Auctions book, library econ. 

law of 

* Aude, France, history 
Audiphone acoustics 
Auditory canal ear diseases 

nerve anatomy 
physiology 
Aucrbach, B. German fiction 
Auersperg, A. A., " poetry 
Augier, G. V. £. French drama 
^Augment Greek etymology 

Augsburg confession, Lutheranism 

Reformation 
Augustine medieval philosophy 
Augustinian monks 
Augustinism doctrines 
Auricle ear diseases 

Auricular confession ordinances 
Aurora borealis 
Auscultation pathology 

English fiction 
European history 
French " 

* Austral Islands history 
' Australasia *' 
Australia administration 

botany 

finance 

geology 

history 

maps 



Austen, J. 
*Austerlitz 



523-33 
231.4 

849.145 

944.33 
847.34 

365 
018.3 

025.2 

347-7 

944-87 

534-7 
617.83 

611.85 

612.85 

833.81 

831-77 
842.83 

482.8 

284.1 

270.6 

189.2 

271.4 

230.14 

617.82 

265.6 

523.59 
616.074 

823.74 

940.8 

944.05 

996.2 

993 

354-94 

581994 

33694 

559-4 

994 
912.94 



Topics In black fa€« type are sub-divided. Superior flgrnres refer to the tablMi mt thm 

end of this index. 

(420) 



Australia 



schools^ public 379*94 

statistics 3i9*4 

travel 919.4 

other topics see table i 



INDEX Astronomic 

Half 

Avesta, Zend, religion 295 

* Aveyron, France history 944*74 

Avicenna medieval philosophy 189.3 

Avignon, council of, religious history 270.5 



Austria 



administration 354-43 

antiquities 913*436 

architecture 720.9436 

botany 581.9436 

colleges 378.436 

constitutional law 342.43 
education 370*9436 

finance 336436 

geology 554-36 

history 943*6 

laws 349*43 

maps 912.436 

religious history 274.36 
schools, public 379-436 
statistics 3x4*36 

travel 914*36 

treaties 341.2436 

zoology 591*9436 

other topics see table i 
Austrian architecture Romanesque 723.43 
ascendency in Italy 945-07 

Netherlands 949.202 



Authenticity of Scripture Bible 
Authority church and ministerial 

ethics 
Author catalogs, bibliography 
Authors and publishers 

anon, bibliography 

bibliography of special 

lives 

rights of copyright 

Authorship literary methods 
Auto-da-fe Spanish history 

** inquisition 
A utobiography 
Autocracy form of state 

Autographs book rarities 
Automata, mechanical 

metaphysics 
Automatic fire extinguishers 
Autotypes 
Autumnal catarrh diseases 

■ Auvergne, France history 

■ Ava, Burmah, history 
Avalanches 
Average 



physical geology 

maritime law 

probabilities 

values, alligation 
Averroes medieval philosophy 189.3 

^A vesta, Zend, language 491-52 



220.1 

262.8 

171. 1 

018 

655.52 

014 

012 

928 

655.6 

347.7 
029 

946.04 

272.2 

920 

321.6 

091 

79> 
127 

614.844 

773 
616.202 

944-59 
959.2 

551-31 
347-7 
519.6 
511.8 



' Baalbec 

Babrius, 

Babylon 



A villa, J. de Spanish letters 866.31 

Avoirdupois weights metrology 389 

Axes, position of geodesy 526.16 

Axle physics 531*82 

' Ayr, Scotland history 941*42 

Azeglio, M. d* Italian fiction 853.78 

Azimuth constant 522.37 

determinations 526.63 

instrument astronomy 522.42 

Azo-bodies organic chemistry 547-8 
Azoic rocks stratigraphical geology 551.71 

' Azores history 946.99 

Azoxy-bodies organic chemistry 547*8 

Aztec architecture 722.9 

history 972.014 

language 497 

ancient history 939-42 

Greek poetry 881.4 

ancient history 935-4 

architecture 722.5 
* language 
religion 
Baccalaureate sermons 

colleges 
social customs 
mythology 
celibacy 
anatomy 
games 
ethics 

Backstrom, P. J. E., Swedish drama 839.7266 

Bacon, Francis Bnt. philosophers 192. i 

empiricism 144 

English essays 824.3 

Baconian philosophy 192.1 
Bacon's rebellion Virginian history 975.5 

Bacteria botany 589-95 

theory of diseases 616.01 

fermentation 663.1 

^Bactrian, Old language 49' -52 

Bactriana ancient history 939-64 

Bad social customs nervous hygiene 613.87 



Bacchanalia 

Bacchus 

Bachelors 

Back-boiie 

Backgammon 



cuneiform 492.19 
299.219 
252.5 

378 

394*1 
292 

176.2 

611.71 

795 
'75-5 



' Baden, Germany history 
Badges heraldry 

'Baffin's bay travels 
Bagatelle amusements 

* Bagdad history 
Baggesen, Jens Danish poetry 
Bagpipe 

* Bahamas history 

travel 
Baif, J. A. de French poetry 



literature 891.52 

Toplos In black face type are sub-divided. Superior flgrures refer to the tables 

end of this Index. 

(421) 



943.46 

929.8 

919.8 

794 

956.7 
839.8156 

788.9 

972*96 
917.296 
841.36 
at the 



Baif 




INDEX 




Bavaria 










Baif, L. de 


French drama 


842.32 


* Bangkok history 


959.3 


Bail 


criminal law 


343 


travel 


915.93 


Baillie, Joanna English drama 


822.71 


Bangorian controversy Anglican oh 


. 283.42 


Bailments 




347.4 


Banishment criminal law 


343.2 


Bait for specimens collecting 


579.61 1 


Banjo 


787.7 


Bakers' occupation hygiene 


613.64 


Bankers' lives 


923.3 


Baking 


cookery 


641 


Banking 


332.1 




powder chem. techn. 664.5 


Bank note engraving 


768 




adulterations 614.315 


notes counterfeiting 


332.9 


Balance machines 


531.81 


money 


332-5 


metrology 


389 


of England banks and banking 


; 332.15 


of power political science 


320.1 


the U. S. 


332-11 


trade commerce 


382 


Bankruptcy 


347-7 


spring watch-making 


681 


Bankrupt laws 


347.7 


Balances, chemical 


542.3 


Banks administration 


351.825 


Balanophoreae 


:, botany 


583-947 


and banking law 


347.7 


Balanopseae 


(< 


583.961 


architecture 


725.24 


Balbo, Cesare 


, Italian essays 


854-74 


co-operative co-operation 


334.2 


Baldi, Bernardino " poetry 


851.47 


polit. econ. 


332 


Baldness 


dermatology 


616.54 


savings banks and banking 332.2 


Bale, J. 


English drama 


822.23 


Banners heraldry 


929.9 


' Balearic Islands history 


946.7 


sacred ornaments 


247-9 


>Balize 


history 


972.82 


Banquets social customs 


394-1 




travels 


917.282 


Banting dietetics 


613.24 


Ball playing 


amusements 


797 


Banville, T. F. de French poetry 


841.83 




school hygiene 


371-74 


Baptism of infants 


265.1 


Ballads 


Danish poetry 


839.8 1 1 2 


sacrament 


265.1 


5 


English literature 


821.04 


Baptismal fonts sacred furniture 


247.1 




song books 


398.8 


regeneration salvation 


234.4 




Swedish poetry 


839.7114 


Baptisms registers of 


9293 




vocal music 


784.3 


Baptistery sacred furniture 


247.1 


Ballast 


transportation 


656 


Baptists 


286 


Ballet 


amusements 


792 


lives 


922.6 




ethics 


175.2 


persecuted by Puritans 


272.8 


Ballistics 


military engineering 


623.4 


Bar legal 


340 


Ballooning 




533-6 


legal biography 


923.4 




military 


623.7 


Bar-keeper's manuals chem. tech. 


663.8 


Ballot 




324 


association 


347.06 


Balls 


dancing 


793 


tending ethics 


178.4 




ethics 


'75-3 


* Barbadoes history 


972.98 




projectiles 


623.4 


travels 


917.298 


■ Baltic provinces, Russia history 


947.4 


Barbarian invasions of Rome 


937.09 


sea 


travels 


914-74 


Barbarians, antiquities see country 


'Baltimore 


history 


975-2 


N. American Indians 


970.1 




travels 


917-52 


prehistoric archaeology 571 


' Baluchistan 


history 


958.8 


S. American Indians 


980 


Balustrades 


architectural design 


729-39 


war customs 


399 


Lalzac, Honore de French fiction 


843-73 


Barbarism vs. church 


261.3 


Bampton lectures 


239.01 


Barbarisms English language 


428.3 


Bandages 


therapeutics 


615.813 


* other languages 




Band irons 


plumbing 


696.7 


* Barbary States, history 


g6x 


saws 


machine tools 


621.93 


Barberini vase pottery 


738 


Bandello, Matteo Italian fiction 


85332 


Barberino, F. da Italian fiction 


853.12 


Banditti 


biography 


923-4 


Barbers 


391.5 




law 


343 


Barbier, II. A. French satire 


847.72 


' Banff, Scotland history 


941.24 


Barbour, J. English poetry 


821.16 


Topics in black face type are sub-divided. 


Superior figrares refer to th« UMim^ mt th« 






eud of tl^ 


i1h index. 








(4 


22) 







INDEX 


Baif 








Bavaria 


'Barcelona history 


946.7 


Basilisk legends 


398.2 


travel 


914.67 


zoology 


598.11 


Barclay, A. English satire 


827.21 


Basins catch, sewers 


628.255 


Bards and minstrels English lit. 


821 


physical geography 


551.43 


French literature 


841 


Basket work, prehistoric 


571.53 


German " 


^31 


'Basle history 


949.4 


» other literatures 




travel 


914.94 


Barebones parliament English hist. 


942.064 


^Basque language 


491.69 


Baretti, G. Italian satire 


857.65 


provinces historv 


946.6 


Barium inorganic chemistry 


546.43 


Bas-relief sculpture 


736 


Barley agriculture 


633 


Bass clarinet 


788.6 


brewing 


6633 


horn wind instruments 


788.48 


Barlow, Joel Am. poetry 


811.23 


* Basses Alpes, France history 


94495 


Barnacles zoology 


595-35 


' Pyrenees history 


944.79 


Barns architecture 


728.95 


Bassethorn music 


788.6 


' Barnstable Co., Mass. history 


974.49 


Bassoon " 


788.8 


' Baroda, India history 


954.7 


Bastardy law 


347.6 


Barometer pneumatics 


533-4 


Bastile prisons 


365 


Barometric levelling geodesy 


526.37 


French history 


944.041 


Barometry hypsometry 


55'-53 


'Batavia history 


992.2 


meteorology 


55'-54 


travel 


919.22 


Baron, M. B. French drama 


842.48 


Bath, order of the heraldry 


929.71 


Baronage heraldry 


929.7 


Bathing customs 


391.6 


Baronetage '* 


929.7 


hygiene 


613^1 


Barons* war English history 


942.034 


Baths administration of medicine by 61 5.67 


Barracks architecture 


725.18 


antiquities Greek 


913-38 


hygiene 


613.67 


Roman 


913-37 


Barrel-organs music 


789.9 


architecture 


725.73 


Barricade military engineering 


623.3 


hygiene 


613.41 


Barrili, A. G. Italian fiction 


853.82 


nutritive, hygiene 


613.23 


Barrows British 


571.92 


practical chemistry 


542.4 


Bars harbor engineering 


627.1 


therapeutics 


615.75 


Barter commerce 


380 


Batideae botany 


583.916 


Barth^lemy, A. M. French satire 


847.71 


Batrachia paleontology 


567.6 


Bartholin, Kaspar, Danish miscellany 839.883 


zoology 


597.0 


T: " 


839.883 


Bats 


599-4 


Bartholomew fair public customs 


394.6 


Battalion drill, military tactics 


356 


St., religious persecution 272.4 


Batteries, electric 


537.86 


Bartoli, D. Italian essays 


854.53 


floating naval engineering 623.9 


Baruch Apocrypha 


229.5 


military " 


623.4 


* Bas Breton language 


491.68 


Battering ram customs of war 


399 


Basalt geology 


552.28 


Battle paintings 


756 


Base ball amusements 


797 


wager of legal antiquities 


340.3 


line geodesy 


526.24 


Battledoor out-door sports 


796 


measures, adjustment of, geodesy 526.57 


Battles, see history of special countries 


measuring '* 


526.2 


land military science 


355 


Bases theoretical chemistry 


541.4 


naval naval ** 


359 


walls 


721.25 


special, American civil war 


973.73 


Bashan ancient history 


93946 


Baude, Henri French poetry 


841.24 


Bashfulness ethics 


179.9 


' Bavaria history 


943.3 


Basidiolichenes botany 


589. 1 1 


travels 


91433 


Basidiomycetes " 


589.22 


Lower history 


943.35 


Basilica architecture 


726.5 


travels 


914.33s 


Roman antiquities 


913-37 


* Rhenish, history 


943-43 


Basilican code, law 


349.37 


' Upper history 


943-36 


* Basilicata, Italy history 


945-77 


travels 


914.336 



Topics In black fao« type 



are sab>divlded. Saperior figures refer to the tables at the 
eDd of this index. 



(423) 



Bay INDEX 

Bible 

Bay windows architectural design 729.38 

Bayeux tapestry art needlework 746 

Bayonet drill military sci. 356 

weapons 399 

Bays, hydrography of surveying 526.99 

Beaches, formation of SS^-3^ 

Beacons navigation 656 

river engineering 627.9 

Beaconsfield (Disraeli), Eng. fiction 823.86 



Beads archaeology 

devotional 
Beam and scales metrology 
Beams building 

strengthened carpentry 
Bear-baiting customs 
Beards " 

'Beam, France, history 
Beasts zoology 

of burden domestic animals 
Beatitudes Gospels 
Beaumarchais French drama 
Beaumont, F., Eng. ** 
' Beauties, selections, Eng. lit. 
Beauty aesthetics 

Beauty, personal aesthetics 
Beaux social ethics 

Beaver animals 

Beccaria, C. B. Italian essays 
Beccuti, Francesco " satire 
Bed-bugs animal parasites 

Bed wagon aid to injured 
Bedding furniture 

' Bedford, England history 
Bedouins Arabian history 

travel among 
Beds and bedding hygiene 
Bee-keeping 

Beecher, H. W. Am. oratory 
Beef cure therapeutics 

food 

production domestic animals 
Beer adulterations 

analysis, chem. 
drinking ethics 
manufacture 
Bees insects 



571.74 
247.9 

389 
694 

6943 
394-2 

39'.5 
944.79 

599 

636 

226.2 

842.58 

822.35 

8a8 

701 

701 

177.6 

599-3 
85465 
857.42 
616.9681 
614.883 

645 
942.56 

953 

9153 

613-591 
638 

815-36 
615.854 

643 
636.2 

614.344 

543-1 
1 78. 1 

663.4 
595-79 



Beet sugar chemical technology 664.1 

Beethoven's overtures 785.5 

sonatas piano music 786.41 

symphonies orches. music 785.1 

Beetles insects 595-76 

Beets, Nicholas Dutch essays 839.3454 

Beets garden 635 

Beggars charity 177.7 

pauperism 



Begoniaceae botany 
Behavior 

Beheading punishments 
Behistun inscription 
Behn, Aphra English fiction 
Behring*s straits travels 
Being, nature of ontology 
Beispiele German satire 

Bel and the dragon Apocrypha 
Belcari, F. Italian drama 
'Belfast history 

travels 
' Belfort, France history 



Belgium 



administration 

antiquities 

architecture 

botany 

colleges 

constitutional law 

education 

finance 

geology 

history 

laws 

maps 

religious history 

schools, public 

statistics 

travel 

treaties 

zoology 



583^ 
177 
343-2 
492.1917 
823.44 

917-98 
III 

837.21 

229.6 

852.21 

941.61 

914.161 

944-45 
354-493 

913493 
720.9493 

581.9493 
378.493 
342-493 

370.9493 

336.493 

554.93 

949-3 

349-493 
912.493 

274-93 
379-493 
3 '4-93 
914.93 
341.2493 
591-9493 



other topics see table i 



Belief 



'Belize 



salvation 

theory of knowledge 

history 

travels 
Bell, book and candle church dis> 

cipline 
Bell-ringing 
Bell system 
Belladonna 



education 

cerebro-spinal poisons 61 5.98 



234 
121 

972.82 

917.282 

862.9 

789.5 
37»-4i 



mydriatics 61 5.784 

Bellamy, Jacob Dutch poetry 839.3146 
Belleau, Remy French poetry 841.33 

Belles-lettres 800 

Belligerents, rights of inter, law 341.3 

Bellman, K: M. Swedish poetry 839.7151 



Bells 



diving, hydraulic eng. 627 



339 
Begging public administration 351.763 

Topics in black face type are tub-divided. Superior flgrures refer to 

end of tbis index. 

(424) 



manufacture 673 

music 789*5 

signals 654.7 

* Heloochistan history 958-8 

Belt courses walls 721.25 

equatorial 525.14 

Belting mechan. eng. 621.85 

Belts of Jupiter descriptive astron. 523.45 

the tablet at the 



INDEX 



Bembo, Pietro, Italian poetxy 
'Benares history 

travel 
Bench and bar biography 
Bending machines 
Bends hydraulics 



851.31 

954.2 

915.42 

923.4 
621.98 

532.55 



Benedetti, Francesco Italian drama 852.67 

Benedictine monks 271.1 

Benediction 264.9 

Benedictus sacred music 783.22 

Benedix, J. R. German drama 832.81 

Benefactors* lives 923.6 

Beneficence ethics >77-7 

Benefices, church clerical support 254 

Benefit of clergy legal antiquities 340.3 

societies insurance 368 

Benevolence ethics I77«7 

Benevolent institutions 361 

societies 361 

parish work 256 

'Bengal, India, history 954*1 

* Bengali language 49i*44 

'Benguela history 967.3 

Benivieni, G. Italian poetry 851.25 

Benserade, I. de French satire 847.44 

Benzenes organic chemistry 547-26 

Benzole light chemical technology 665.7 

Beowulf Anglo Saxon poetry 829.3 



Bequests law 

B^ranger, P. J. de French poetry 

Berberidese botany 

Berbers description 

Berceo, G. de Spanish poetry 

Berchet, G. Italian " 

' Bergen, Norway history 

Bergh, H. van den Dutch drama 

Bergklint, Olof Swedish poetry 

Bergman, T. O. " miscellany 839.7848 

Berkeley, George Brit, philosophers 192.3 



347.6 
841.71 

583."7 
916.1 

861.13 

851.71 

948.3 
839.3252 
839-7147 



idealism 
* Berks, England history 
■ Berkshire Co., Mass., history 
Berlier Sewerage system 
'Berlin history 

travels 
congress, international law 
decree " ** 

history 

Swedish history 

monastic orders 



' Bermudas 
Bernadotte 
Bernardines 
Bernart de 



141 
942.29 

974.41 
628.215 

943.15 

914.315 

34I.I 

341.3 

97299 
948.07 

271.79 



Ventadom Proven9al 

poetry 849.125 

'Berne history 949-4 

travels 914-94 

Berni, F, Italian satire 857.32 

Beroalde de Verville, F. French fict. 843.36 



' Berry, France, history 
Bersezio, Vittorio Italian drama 
' Berwick, Scotland history 
Beryllium inorganic chemistry 

Beskow, B. von Swedish drama 
Bessel's base measuring apparatus 



Bay 
Bible 

944.5s 
852.81 

941.45 

546-45 
839.7262 

526.22 



deduction, L. M. Z. formula 526.47 



dcterm. of earth's figure 

functions 
Bessemer process metallurgy 
Best reading 

Beton artificial stone 

construction masonry 



Betrothal 
Betterments 
Bettinelli, S. 
Betting 
Beverages 



Beyle, M. H. 
B^zique 



customs 
law 

Italian essays 
ethics 

adulterations 
alcoholic, hygiene 
hygiene 
manufacture 
temperance 
water hygiene 
French fiction 
amusements 
Bezoar stones medicine 
Bhagavat Ghita Sanscrit literature 
' Bhotan, India history 
Bible 

aids to study 

and science apologetics 

antiquities 

Jewish 

archaeology 

biography 

canon 

chapter and verse division 

chronology 

classes Sunday schools 

codices 

commentaries 

concordances 

criticism 

cyclopaedias 

dictionaries 

evidences 

exegesis 



526.15 

5'7.35 
669.1 

028 

666.8 

693.5 
392.4 
347.2 
854.61 

^759 
614.34 

613.81 

613.3 

663 
178 
613.31 

843.7 1 

795. 
61 5.89 

891.2 

954.1 

220 

220 

239.8 

220.93 

913-33 
220.93 

220.92 

220.1 

220.1 

220.94 

268 

220.4 

220.7 

220.2 

220.6 

220.3 

220.3 

220.1 

220.6 



geography ancient geography 911.33 

biblical 220.91 

hermeneutics 220.6 

history biblical 220.95 

Jewish history 933 

in public schools education 377-1 

inspiration 220.1 

legends of 39^.' 

manuscripts 220.4 

Topics In black face type are tab-divided. Superior flipures refer to the tables at the 

end of this index. 

(425) 



Bible 
Boils 
Bible parallels Gospels 

patriarchs 

polyglots 

revision, English 

science in 

societies 
Bibliographies, general 
Bibliographers* lives 
Bibliography 
' national 



INDEX 



Bibliomania 
Bicycle 

rinks 
Bids 

Biehl, C. D. 
Bigamy 



of special authors 

subjects 
bibliography 



Bignoniaceae 
Bigotry 
Bijns, Anna 



226.1 
220.92 
220.5 
220.52 
220.85 
206 
on 
920.1 
010 
015 
012 
0x6 
010 
796 
725.86 
692.4 
839.8251 

173-2 
343 
583.84 
179.8 
839.3122 



architecture 
building 
Danish drama 
ethics 
law 
botany 
ethics 

Dutch poetry 
Bilderdijk, Willem Dutch poetry 839.3151 

Bile therapeutics 615.742 

Biliary concretion surgery 617.43 

secretion animals 591.148 

man 612.35 

Bilious fever diseases 616.36 

Biliousness ** 616.36 

Bill of exchange banks and banking 332.45 

law 347.7 

rights English 342.429 

Billiard saloons architecture 725.84 

Billiards ethics 175-4 

game 794 

Billings, Josh American humor 817.46 

Billon coins and coinage 332.41 

Bills and notes, 1 aw 3477 

of credit, law 347-7 

mortality statistics 312 

sale law 347.3 

Bimana mammals 599-9 

Bimetallism coinage 332.42 

Binary stars astronomy 523.84 

vapor engines 621.44 

Binding, book, library economy 025.7 

mechanic trades 686 

publishing 655.53 

rare 095 

'Binghamtop, N. Y. history 974-776 
Binocular vision physiological optics 535.7 

Binomial theorem algebra 512.4 

Biogenesis zoology 59i-i6 

Biographical sermons 920 

homiletics 252.9 

Biography 920 ' 
Topicft In black face type are sab-divided. 



Biography miscellaneous 
of Indians 

slaves 
scriptural 
universal 
Biological laboratories architecture 
Biology 

life insurance 
Greek lyric poetry 
Italian drama 



German drama 



Biometry 

Bion 

Biondi, L. 

Bioplasm 

Birch-Pfeiffer, C. 

Birds 

cage domestic pets 

eggs oology 

flight of, migration 

nests of, zoology 

palaeontology 
'Birmingham history 
travels 
Birth customs 

growth after physiology 

marks 

obstetrics 

rates public health 
Birthday customs 



Births 



Bishops 



registers of 
statistics 
ecclesiastical polity 
lives of 



920 

970.2 

326.92 

220.92 

920.01 

727.5 

570 

368.3 

884.7 

852.66 

576.2 

832.74 

598.2 

636.6 

598.2 

591.52 

598.2 

568.2 

942.48 

914.248 

392-1 
61 2.65 

617-3 
618.2 

614.11 

392.1 

929.3 
312 

262.3 

922 



Bismuth drugs, digestive system 61 5.735 



Bismuthides 
Bison ' 



external agents 

inorganic chemistry 

mineralogy 

zoology 
Bisticci, V. da, Italian essays 
Bithynia ancient history 

Bitters aids to digestion 

vegetable drugs 
Bitumen economic geology 

Bituminous coal 
shale 
Bivalves 



Bixinese 
Bjornson, B. 
Black-art 



palaeontology 
zoology 
botany 

Norwegian fiction 
magic 
' Forest, Germany history 

travel 
death plague 
hills, Dakota travel 
hole, Calcutta 
sea travels 

Blacking chemical technology 667.8 

Blackmail law 343 

Blacksmithing 682 

Superior flgrures refer to th« tables at the 



615.776 
546.87 

549-3 
599-7 
.854.23 
939.25 
615.7341 
615.337 
553.24 
553.24 
553-23 
564.1 
594.1 
583.138 

839.8367 

'33-4 
943.48 

914.348 

614.49 

917.83 

954.1 

9*4.77 



end of ibis index. 

(426) 



INDEX 



Bible 
Boils 



Bladder 


anatomy 


611.62 


Board of health, sanitary eng. 


628 




diseases 


616.62 


reports of 


614.09 


'Blanc, Mont 


travels 


914.449 


of trade architecture 


725.25 


Blanche, A: T. 


, Swedish drama 


839.7263 


reports commerce 381 


Blasphemy 


ethics 


'79-5 


Boarding schools architecture 


727.2 




law 


343 


education 


373-3 


Blast furnace 




669.8 


Boards timber 


674 


Blasting 


explosives 


662.2 


Boat building 


699 




mining engineering 


622.23 


houses architecture 


723.87 




sub-marine 


622.23 


racing ethics 


175-7 


Blazonry 


heraldry 


929.8 


school hygiene 


371-75 


Bleachers* occupation hygiene 


613.62 


Boating amusements 


797 


Bleaching 




667.1 


Boats, life life saving service 


656 


Bleeding 


therapeutics 


61 5.8 1 1 


ship building 


699 




wounds 


617.14 


wharf architecture 


725.34 


Blicher, S. S. 


Danish fiction 


839.8362 


Boccaccio, Giovanni Italian fiction 


853. IS 


Blights 


agriculture 


632 


Bodel, Jean French drama 


842.13 




bacteria 


5^9-95 


Bodenstedt, F. M. Overman poetry 


831.84 


Blind 


asylums 


362.4 


Bode*s law astronomy 


523.21 




architecture 


725-54 


Bodily strength athletics 


613.72 




education of 


371.91 


Bodleian library 


027.742 




printing for 


655.38 


Bodmer, J. J. German poetry 


831.58 




schools " 


371.91 


Bodtcher, Ludvig Danish poetry 


839.8166 


Blindness 




617.7 


Body and mind 


130 


Blinds 


arch, construction 


721.87 


care of, hygiene 


6134 


Blisters 


external irritants 


615.774 


school hygiene 


37173 


Blizzards 


meteorology 


551.55 


cleanliness of, hygiene 


613.4 


Block books 




092 


congenital defects of, hygiene 


613.91 


Blockade 


war 


341.3 


influence of mind on, cures 


615.851 


Blocks, patent 


printing 


655.22 


measurements of 


573-6 


Blood changes in respiration 


612.23 


natural and spiritual, dogmatics 233.5 


diseases 


616.15 


symmetry of, art anatomy 


743 


letting 


therapeutics 


615.81 1 


temperature of, physiology 


612.56 


making 


[ physiology 


612.119 


training of, hygiene 


613.73 


physiology 


612.1 


weight of, anthropometry 


573^6 


poisoning diseases 


616.94 


Boendale, J. van Dutch miscellany 


§39.381 


purification physiol. 


612.23 


Boeotia ancient history 


938.4 


transfusion therapeutics 


615.65 


Boers history 


968 


vessels anatomy 


611. 1 


Boethius Proven9al poetry 


849.1 1 1 


Bloomer costume 


391-2 


Bog iron ore 


553.3 


Blowing engine 


6ai.6 


"Bohemia history 


943.71 


Blowpiping 


apparatus 


542.5 


travel 


914-371 




mineralogy 


549-1 


Bohemian brethren sects 


284.3 




qualitative analysis 


544.3 


* language 


491.86 


Blue books 


lists of officers 


35'-2 


literature 


891.86 




parliamentary 


328.4a 


Bohemianism customs 


394 




United States 


328.73 


Bohlen lectures 


239.04 


glass 


therapeutics 


615.831 


Bohme medieval philosophers 


\ 189.5 


laws, Connecticut 


345.22 


Boileau-Despreaux, N. French satire 847.46 


prints 


photography 


771 


Boiler explosions steam engineering 621.18 


Blumauer, Aloys German satire 


837-62 


Boilers construction 


621.18 


Blunders 


English language 


428.3 


heat 


536.81 


> 


other languages 




insurance 


368.7 




etiquet 


395 


Boiling heat 


53644 


Board of health city gov't 


352.4 


points chemistry 


541 




medicine 


614 


Boils diseases 


616.52 


Tdplcs In black face type are sub 


-divided. 


Superior figures refer to the tablet 


at the 






end of th 

(4- 


it index. 

7) 





Bojardo 




INDEX 




Breasts 










Bojardo, M. 


Italian poetry 


851.22 


Book-keeping, accounts 


6S7 


Boker, G. H. 


Am. drama 


812.33 


library 


025.1 


'Bokhara 


history 


958.6 


making typography 


655 


■Bolivia 


t( 


984 


ownership rarities 


097 


Bollandists 


monastic orders 


271.5 


plates 


097 


Bologna 


history 


945-4 


rarities 


090 




travels 


914.54 


trade typography 


655.5 


Bolting 


political parties 


329 


history 


655.4 


Bolts 


machine tools 


621.99 


worm library economy 


025.8 


Bombardon 


wind instruments 


788.8 


Book of Common Prayer, Bpisco 


. 264.03 


"Bombay, India history 


9547 


Books, bibliography 


010 




travel 


91 5-47 


classification of lib. econ. 


025^ 


Bombs 


military engineering 


623.4 


commonplace " " 


0294 


Bonaparte, Jos., in Spain 


946.06 


condemned to be burnt 


098 


Bonaparte, N. 


f French hist, consulate c^/\.046 


enemies of library economy 


025.4 




empire 


944.05 


guides to selection of, lib. econ 


1.028 


Bondage 


slavery 


326 


library economy 


oao 


Bonded warehouses architecture 


725.14 


lists of best library econom^f 


' 028.3 


Bonds and stocks 


332.6 


of prints 


769 


civil trials 


347.91 


preservation of, library econ. 


025.9 


criminal law 


343 


privately printed 


094 


finance 




336.31 


prohibited 


098 


insurance of 


368.8 


reading and aids 


02S 


municipal 


332.5 


restricted library economy 


024.6 


of brick work masonry 


693.21 


sizes of 


025.3 


stone " " 


693.11 


tariff on " " 


025.1 


Bone boiling 


air pollution 


614.742 


Booksellers* catalogs, author 


018.4 


caves 


prehistoric archaeology 


571.81 


classed 


017.4 


implements, archaeology 


571.52 


dictionary 


019.4 


Bones 


descriptive anatomy 


591.79 


lives biography 


920.4 




diseases of 


616.71 


Bookselling publishing 


655.5 




human anatomy 


611.71 


Boomerang customs of war 


399 




musical instruments 


789.4 


Boot-making 


685 




paleontology 


5«5 


Boots, tight hygiene 


613.484 




physiology 


612.75 


Booty law 


341-3 


• 


skeleton of animal 


59149 


Boragineae botany 


583.77 


Bonghi, R. 


Italian essays 


854.82 


Borates mineralogy 


549-73 


Bonn conference religious history 


284.8 


Borch, Ole Danish miscellany 


839.883 


Bonnets 


costume 


391.4 


'Bordeaux history 


944.71 




toilet 


646 


travels 


914.471 


Book auction 


catalogs author 


0x8.3 


Border ballads, Scottish £ng. poet 


. 821 




classed 


017.3 


ruffians, Kansas history 


978.1 




dictionary 


019.3 


U. S. history 


973.6 


auctions 




655.56 


Bording, Anders Danish poetry 


839.8132 


binding 


library 


025.7 


Bores social ethics 


^77 




rare 


095 


Borghini, Vincenzo Italian essays 


854.43 




trade 


686 


Boring mining engineering 


622.24 


catalogs 


f author 


018 


Borjesson, Johan Swedish drama 


839.7261 




classed 


017 


Bork, Isak 


839.723 




dictionary 


019 


Born, B. de Proven9al poetry 


849. 1 26 




publishers' bibliog 


:• 015 


Bomeill, G. de 


849.128 




subject 


017 


' Borneo history 


991. 1 


clubs 


self-culture 


374.2 


travel 


919.11 


collecting 


r 
t 


025.2 


Bomier, H. de, French drama 


842.85 


illustration inserted plates 


096 


Boron inorganic chemistry 


546.27 




typography 


65532 


Borough Eng, local gov. 


352.0422 


Topics in black face type are tuli 


>-divided. 


Superior flirures refer to th« tables at the 



end of this index. 

(428) 



INDEX 



' Bosnia 

Bosphorus 

Bosses 



14 



history 
travels 
geology 
' Boston, Mass. history 

massacre U. S. history 

port bill 

schools, public 

statistics 

tea party U. S. history 

travel 

other subjects see table i 
Botanic gardens architecture 

museums botany 
Botanical chemistry 
Botanists' lives biography 
Botany 

agricultural 
classification of 
fossil 



94395 
914.96 

551.88 

974.46 

973-3 
973-2 
379.7446 

317.446 

973-2 
917.446 

727.5 
580.7 

581.1 

925.8 

580 

630 

580.1 

561 



geographical distribution 581.9 
medical 615 

of the Bible 220.858 

structural 581 

systematic 580 

Botero, Giovanni Italian essays 8 54.48 
Botin, Anders af, Swedish miscellany 839.7847 
Bottiger, K: V. poetry 839.7168 

Bottom of ocean physical geography 55 1 .46 

zoology 591*92 

' Bouches du Rh6ne, France, history 944.91 
Bouchet, Guillaume French fiction 843.35 
Boulders, drift 551-33 

Boundaries law 347-2 

national foreign rel. 327 ' 
intern, law 341 
Bounties army 355 

protection 337-4 

U. S. army 353-^ 

" Bounty " mutiny, 1789 Pitcaim's 

island 
' Bourbonnais France, history 
Bourbons French " 

restoration 
Spain history 

restoration 
Boursault, £. French drama 
Bourse stock exchange 

Bovine vaccination contag. dis. 
Bowen, Francis Amer. philos. 
Bowling alleys, architecture 
Bowls amusements 

Boxing athletics 

Boycotting laboring classes 
Boye, C. J. Danish drama 
Boyle lectures, apologetics 
Bracdolini, V. Italian satire 



997 

944.57 

944.03 
944.06 

946.054 

946.07 

842.44 

332-6 
614.4731 

191.7 

725.84 

796 

796 

331-88 
839.8261 

239.02 

857.52 



Bojardo 
Breasts 

694.3 
564.8 

594.8 

832.83 

653 
624.3 

813.21 

811. 12 

839.883 

294 

299.11 

611.81 



Braces carpentry 

Brachiopoda palaeontology 
zoology 

Brachvogel, A. £., German drama 

Brachygraphy, shorthand 

Bracing engineering 

Brackenridge, H. H. Am. fiction 

Brads treet, Anne Am. poetry 

Brahe, Tyge Danish miscellany 

Brahman ism 

Brahmo Somaj, Indian religion 

Brain anatomy 

functional diseases of 6x6.84 
mental derangements 13a 

mental physiology 131 

physiology 6ia.8a 

structural diseases of 616.83 

Brakes ' railroad engineering 625.2 

Branch libraries library economy 022.1 

Branchial respiration animals 591.125 

* Brandenburg, Germany history 943.15 

travels 914-315 

Brandes, Georg Danish essays 839.8466 

Brandt, Geraert Dutch poetry 839.3136 

Brandy manufacture 663 

stimulant 61 5.71 1 

temperance 178 

Brant, Sebastian German satire 837.32 

Brass instruments music 788 

manufacture 673 

Brasses, monumental ecclesiology 247.3 

sculpture 739 

Braun, V. A. D. von, Swedish satire 839.7764 

Bravery ethics 179-6 

Brazil administration 354-8x 

botany 581.981 

finance 336.81 

geology 558.1 

history 981 

maps 912.81 

schools, public 379-8 1 

statistics 31 8.1 

travel 91 8.1 

treaties 341.281 

other topics see table i. 

Breach of promise law 347-6 

Bread adulterations 614.312 

cookery 641 

food 643 
and-cheese war, 1491, Netherlands 949.202 

Breadstuffs production 

Break-bone fever diseases 

Breakwaters harbor engineering 
engineering 
hydrostatics 
anatomv 



Breast wheels 



Breasts 



616.921 

627.2 

621.22 

532.84 
611.69 



Topics In black face type are sab-divlded. Superior flgnres refer to tlie tables at the 

end of this index* 

(429) 



Breasts 
Burking 

Breasts 
Breathing 



INDEX 



diseases of women 618.19 

animals 59i-i2 

man 6x2.2 

Breathings Greek language 481.2 

* Brecknock, Wales, history 942.96 
Bredero, G. A., Dutch drama 839.3231 
Breech-loading guns 683 
Breeding agriculture 636 

animals 59^ -S^ 

Brehon laws Irish law 349-41 5 

'Bremen, Germany, history 943-52 

travel 9H-352 
Bremer, Fredrika Swedish fiction 839.7363 

Brentano, C. German fiction 833.72 

Bresciani, A. Italian fiction 853.75 

'Breslau history 943*14 

travel 914.314 

Brethren, United sects 284.6 
Breton de los Herreros, M. Spanish 

drama 862.53 

* language 491.68 
literature 891.68 

Breviaries Greek church 264.019 

Roman catholic 264.02 
Brewed beverages adulterations 6x4.343 

chemical technology 663.3 

Breweries architecture 725.42 

Brewing 663.3 

air pollution 614.731 

Bribery criminal law 343 

Bric-a-brac 739 

Brick and hollow tile floors arch. 721.63 
iron ceilings architecture 721.73 

iron structures " 721.97 

city houses " 728.32 

detached " 728.38 

728.35 

clays economic geology 553-6i 

construction masonry 693.2 

piers 721.34 

sun-dried masonry 693.22 

village houses architecture 728.63 

walls 721.24 

work, bonds of masonry 693.21 

works architecture 725.48 

Bricks building material 691.4 

manufacture 666.7 

Bridal customs 392.5 

Bridge-building 624 

Bridges administration 351-815 

engineering 624 

local government 352.7 
military engineering 623.6 

Bridgewater treatises 215 

Brigandage criminal law 343 

Brigands law 343 

Topics ill blfMlc face type are sub-divided. 



tt 



tt 



t( 



it 



it 



" semi " 



'Brighton, Eng. history 942.25 

travel 914.225 

Bright's disease of the kidnejrs 616.61 
Brink, R. C. B. van den, Dutch essays 839.3452 

'Bristol, England history 942.41 

' Bristol Co., Mass. history 974-48 

Briticisms philology 427 

' British America history 971 

army 354-426 

barrows prehist. arch. 571 -92 

* Burmah history 959-^ 

travels 915-9^ 

colonies polit. sci. 325 

' Columbia history 97i-i 

constitution 342.42 

empire history 942 

' Guiana history 988 

travel 9^5-4 

* Honduras history 972.82 
' India history 954 

travel 915-4 

museum 062 

library 027.542 

navy 354-427 

philosophers 192 

statutes 346 

Britons history 942 

' Brittany, France history 944.1 

Broad church Anglican church 283 
Broadsword exercise, military science 356 

Brochmand, Jesper Danish misc. 839.883 

Brockes, B. H. German poetry 831.57 

Brokerage law 347-7 

Bromeliaceae botany 584.22 

Bromides hypnotics 615.782 

Bromine compounds, mineralogy 549.4 

inorganic chemistry 546.14 

Bronchi anatomy 611.23 

Bronchitis diseases 616.23 

Bronte, C. English fiction 823.81 
Bronze age pre-hist.archaeolog^ 571.3 

manufactures 673 

remains, pre-hist. arch. 571-34 

Bronzes 739 

Brook Farm socialism 335*97 

* Brooklyn, N. Y. history 974-723 

travels 917-4723 

* Broome Co., N. Y., history 974-775 
Brooms domestic economy 645 
Brorson, II. A. Danish poetry 839.8144 
Brothels ethics 176.5 
Brotherhoods monks 271 

parish work 255 

Brothers, Christian monks 271.78 

Brougham, H : English essays 824.74 

Brown, C. B. Am. fiction 813.23 

Superior fig'ures refer to the tables at the 



end of tliis index. 

(430) 



INDEX 



Brown, T. English humor 827.46 

Brown coal econonfiic geology 553'22 
Browne, C. F. (Artemus Ward) Am. 

humor 817.37 

Brownian motion, molecular physics 539.6 



Browning, E. B. English poetry 

Robert " " 

Brownists congregationalists 

Brownson, O. A. Am. philosophers 
Brueys, D. A. de French drama 
Brumaire French history 

Bruniaceae botany 
* Brunswick, Germany, history 



821.82 
821.83 
285.8 
191. 2 
842.46 

944045 
583-396 
943-54 



Brunswick, house of, English history 942.08 



'Brussels history 

travel • 

Brutes, immortality of zoology 

Bruun, J. N. Danish drama 
M. K. " poetry 

T. K. " satire 

Bryant, W. C, Am. poetry 

Bryology botany 

Bryophyta botany 

Bryozoa moUuscoidea 



949-3 

91493 

591-51 
839.8252 

839.8158 

839-8753 

81 1-33 
588.2 

588 

594.7 



(( 



Buchanan, J. 
'Bucharest 



Bubble, Mississippi French finance 336.44 

332-6 
910.4 

343 
973-6 
949-8 
914.98 

833-5' 
622.68 

942.57 
974-78 
821.06 

943-91 
294 

722.4 

824.54 

336.42 

351.72 

982 

918.2 

974.797 
917.4797 

599-7 
729.94 

788.46 
788.47 
595-75 
831-34 

749 
690 



South sea stocks 
Buccaneers adventures, etc. 

law 

presidency of, hist. 

history 

travel 
Buchholtz, A. H. German fiction 
Buckets mining engineering 

' Buckingham, England, history 
Buckshot war Penn. history 
' Bucolic poetry, English poetry 
'Buda Pesth history 
Buddhism 

Buddhist architecture 
Budgell, E. English essays 
Budget English finance 

financ. administration 
'Buenos Ayres, history 

travels 
'Buffalo, N. Y., history 

travels 

zoology 

fixed furniture 

wind instruments 



Buffalo 
Buffets 
Bugle, key 

valve 
Bugs 

Biiheler, H. 
Buhlwork 
Building 



It 



rhynchota 
German poetry 



Breasts 
Burking 

Building architecti^re 720 

associations, cooperative 334.1 
loan institutes 332.32 



construction, history of 

contracts 

laws, building 

protection of life 
rent of land for 
stones econ. geol. 
Buildings, hight of public health 
inspection of 
library admin. 

economy 
out architecture 
public 



It 



690.9 

692.9 
692.9 
614.85 
333-6 

553.5 

614.784 

614.85 
025.9 
02a 
728.9 

725. 



local government 352.5 



' Bukowina 
' Bulgaria 

Bull fights 



transit, astronomical 
history 
history 
language 



Bull, Golden 
Bulletins 
Bullets 
Bullion 



522.13 

943-75 

949-7 

491.81 

791 
175-6 

342.43 
025.1 



ethics 

Germany 

library admin. 

military engineering 623.5 

coins and coinage 332.4 
Bulls and bears stock exchange 
Irish English humor 
papal eccles. polity 

Roman church 
Bulwer, E. G. English fiction 
Bundesrath German empire 
Bundling customs 

Bunker hill monument 
Bunsen pump, pneumatics 
Bunyan, J. English fiction 
Buonarroti, M. Italian drama 
Buoys harbor engineering 

protection of life 
Burchiello, D., Italian satire 
Burdette, R. J. Am. humor 
Bureaucracy administration 

architecture 

cabinet making 

practical chem. 



Bureaus 



Burettes 
BUrger, G. A. German poetry 
Burglar alarms signals 
Burglary criminal law 

Burgundy, France history 



Burial 



332.6 

827 
262.8 
282 
823.84 

354.4304 
392.4 
718 

533-5 
823.42 

852.51 

627.9 

614.865 

857.21 

817.43 

35^.1 

725.13 
684 

542.3 

831.63 

654.7 

343 

944.4 
719 

265.8 

393-1 
6x4.61 






Burke, E. 
Burking 



accidents internal affairs 351.781 
accounts, supervision of 692.7 

Topics in black face type are sub-divided. Superior fig^ures 

end of this index. 

(430 



cemeteries 
church rituals 
customs 
public health 
societies cooperation 334.8 
English oratory 825.62 

criminal law 343 

refer to tlie tables at the 



Burlesque 
Caoutchouc 

'Burlesque English literature 
* Burmah history 

» British, " 

Burmanniaceae, botany 
Burmese architecture 
Burnett, F. H. Amer. fiction 
Burney, F. English " 
Burning glass optics 

the dead customs 
Burnings customs of war 

student life 
Burns, R. English poetry 

Burns and scalds surgery 
Burroughs, John Am. essays 
Bursx anatomy 

diseases of 
Burseracex botany 
Burying grounds cemeteries 

public health 
Business arithmetics 



INDEX 



827 

959.2 

959.1 

584-13 
722.4 

813.48 
823.66 

S3S-8I 

393-2 

399 

371-89 
821.67 

617.11 

814.41 

611.75 
616.76 

583-247 

719 
6x4.65 

511.8 

buildings architecture 725.2 

colleges 650.7 

commerce, sociology 380 

cooperation 534 

ethics 174 

manuals 658 

methods 658 

Butchers 689 

"Bute, Scotland history 941-39 

Butler, S. English humor 82742 

Butter adulterations 614.325 

artificial chem. tech. 664.3 

dairy 637 

Butterflies 595-78 

Buttermilk adulterations 614.324 

Buttons manufactures 679 

Byles, Mather Am. satire 817.13 

Byron, G. G. N. English poetry 82 1 .76 

Byssaces botany 589.19 

Byzantine architecture 723.2 

art 709.495 

ecclesiology 246. i 

empire history 949.5 

Cab manufactures 684 

Cabinet council, English 354*4205 
making 684 

ofiicers, U. S. g©v. 353-05 

organ musical instruments 786.9 



work joinery 
Cabinets in museums 
Cable roads road engineering 
submarine 

telegraphic, sociology 
useful arts 
Cables manufactures 

'Cabul, Afghanistan history 
Topics In black 



694.7 

579-71 
625.5 

654.5 

384 

654 
677 

958.1 



Cabul, Afghanistan travels 
Cachet, lettres de French history 
Cactes botany 

Cadalso, J. de, Spanish poetry 

military schools 

history 

travels 

inorganic chemistry 

Anglo Saxon poetry 

history 

travels 

Latin literature 
Caesarian section obstetrics 



Cadets 
'Cadiz 

Cadmium 

Caedmon 

«Caen 

Caesar 



915.81 
944.03 

583-471 
861.42 

355-07 
946.8 

914.68 

546.48 

829.2 

944.22 

914.422 

878.1 

618.86 

923-137 

937 

546.36 

725-71 
615.761 

613.83 
968.6 

636.6 

622.68 



Caesars 

Caesium 

Caf^s 

Caffeine 

Caff res 

Cage birds 

Cages 

Cairns 

* Cairo, Egypt, history 

travels 
Caisson workers hygiene 
' Caithness, Scotland history 
» Calabria, Italy " 

'Calais history 

travels 
Calcic waters economic geology 
Calcium inorganic chemistry 

light chemical technology 665.7 
Calculators mathematics 510.8 

Calculus diseases 616.62 

mathematics 5x7 

of direction analyt. geom. 516.8 
' Calcutta history 954-1 

travels 91 5.41 

Calderon d« la Barca, P. Sp. drama 862.35 



lives 

Roman history 

inorganic chemistry 

architecture 

diuretics 

hygiene 

history 

domestic pets 

mining engineering 

prehistoric archaeology 57 1.96 

962.1 
916.21 
613.66 

94>.i3 
94578 
944.27 

914.427 

553-75 
546.41 



9^^ 
539 

264.031 
676 

677 



' Caledonia history 
Calendar 

ecclesiastical, Anglican 
Calendering paper manufacture 

textile fabrios 
Calhoun, John Caldwell, Am. oratory 815.26 

Calico manufactures 677 

printing, chemical technology 667.3 

history 979-4 

Lower, " 972.2 

Caligraphs writing machines 651 

Caliphs Mohammedanism 297 

Calisthenics hygiene 613.71 

school hygiene 37 1 73 

Calked joints plumbing 696.6 

651 



' California 
I 



Calligraphy writing 

face type are sab-divlded. Superior flgrures refer to the tat»lea At the 

end of this index. 

(432) 





INDEX Burlesque 






Caoutchouc 


Csllimiehos Greek lyric pcwtry 


884^ 


Canada geology 


557-> 


Cal mucks bitlory 


950 


history 


97' 


Caloric engine* 


6Z141 


maps 


912.7' 


physics 


536 


schools, public 


379.71 


Calorimeter 


536.6 


statistics 


317.1 


Calpurnius Siculua, Lat. i^ric poetry 


874.6 


travels 


917.1 


■ Calvados, France history 


944.JI 


other topics see Table 




Calvinism sects 


»84.! 


' East, history 


971.4 


Cal»iniam vs. free will dogmwics 


^34 


travels 


917.14 


Calvinislic Baptist eliurch 


z86.. 


' West, history 


971.3 


confession 


=38^ 


travels 


9' 7- '3 


Methodist church 


287.2 


Canal engineering 


6aS 


Calvinista' lives 


9M.4 


Suei 


626.9 


Caiycanihaccsc botany 


583-"3 


transit sociology 


386 


Caiyccrese 


583-546 




626.9 




584.4 


Canary birds care of 


636.6 


Calycozoa zoology 


S93-74 


zoology 


5983 


Cambistry money 


33*-4S 


' Isles hUtory 


9463 


metrology 


389 


Cancer diseases 


616.994 


'Cambodia biatory 


9S9.6 




86i.*5 


Cambodian architecture 


711.4 


■Candahar history 


958-2 


'C«mbri«, "Wales history 


941.9 


travels 


9.5-8* 


Cambrian age geology 


55' 7* 


Candles chemical technology 


665.. 


•Cambridge, Eng. hUtory 


94»-59 


Candor ' ethics 


'77-3 


travels 


914.159 


Candy malting 


642 


university 


378^2 


Cane, sugar agriculture 


633 


> Mass., hislory 


974-44 


bouny 


5849 


travels 


9' 7-444 


Canellac» 


583-'37 




"38.S 




553-23 


plaiEorm creeds 


«38.5 




399 


Camel domestic animals 


636.9 


Canning of fruits and vegetable) 


. 


zoology 


599-7 


chcm. technology 


6643 


Cameos 


736 


meats and fish, chem. ted 


.664.9 


Camera photography 


771 


Cannon military engineering 


6*3-4 


ludda optics 


535-86 


Canoes and canoeing 


797 




3)6 


Canon law 


348 




285.5 


music 


781.5 


Camp life hypene 


613.67 


of scripture 


22at 


meetings 


a69 






"Campagna, Italy history 


945-6 




161.6 


travel 


9'4-56 


church 


262.6 




973-?3 


Canons rivers 


S5'-48 




5>357 


■ of Colorado River descr. 


917.9' 


Campania ancient history 


937-7 


Canopy windows arch, decoration 


729^3 


1 modern " 


945-72 


■Cantal, France history 


944-59 


Campanulaceae botany 


58359 


CanUla dramatic music 


782.8 


Campbellism secw 


a89.a 


sacred music 


783-4 


■Campeche, Mexico history 


972.6 


Canterbury convocation, cedes, bis 


283-42 


Campenon, F. N. V. French poetry 84r.66 




615-94 


Camphor therapeutics 


6r 5.789 


Canticles Bible 


223.9 


Camping out 


796 


■Canton, China history 


951.2 


Camps, dialnfec. cont. disease 


614.48 


travels 


915.12 


hygiene 


613.67 


Canid, C. Italian fiction 


853.76 




3S4-7' 


Canvas roofing building 


695.8 


botany 


581.971 


Canvassing bookselling 


655-57 


finance 


336.71 




678 


ToplOS In hUck ru» type are sob 


'divided. 




> at tb* 












(4 


3» 





Capacelli INDEX 

Cats 

Capacelli Albergati, F., Italian drama 852.63 
Capacity for knowing mental facul. 1 51 



(( 



It 



'Cape Breton history 
travels 

* Colony, Africa history 

* of Good Hope 

* Verde islands 

travels 
Capet, Hugh French history 

house of, " *' 

Capillaries anatomy 
Capillary attraction in plants 

of liquids 
Capital and labor 

punishment law 
Capitalists' lives 
Capitation-tax 



Capitols 
Caporali, C. 
Cappadocia 
Capparideae 
Capponi, G. 
Caprification 



architecture 
Italian satire 
ancient history 
botany 

Italian essays 
secretions 



Caprifoliaceae botany 



971.6 
917.16 
968.7 
968.7 

997 

919.7 

944.021 

944.02 

611. 15 

58x.11 

532.6 

331 

343-2 

923.3 

336.23 
725.11 

857.43 

939.34 

583-131 

854.75 

59'. 145 

583.51 



Caps, percussion, chemical technology 662.4 

Capsule of eye-lens eye diseases 617.74 

Captives international law 341.3 

war customs 399 

Captivities among the Indians 970'3 

Captivity prison discipline 365 

Captures international law 34'. 3 

Capuana, Luigi Italian fiction 853.83 

Capuchins religious history 271.74 

Car-building 699 

factories architecture 72545 

houses, R. R. " 725.33 

Caravans transportation 656 

Carbines military science 355 

Carbo-hydrates nutrition 612.396 

Carbolic acid materia medica 615.313 

disinfectants cont. diseases 614.4S5 

Carbon inorganic chemistry 546.26 

compounds air pollution 614.721 

materia med. 6x5.31 
organic chem. 547 
group inorganic chemistry 546.25 

series economic geology 553.2 

Carbonari secret societies 366 

Carbonated waters hygiene 613.38 

Carbonates . mineralogy 549-78 

Carbonic acid, air pollution 614.722 

toxicology 615.96 

oxide air pollution 614.732 

narcotic poisons 615.96 

Carboniferous age geology 55 '7 5 

fossils 560 
Topics in black face type are sub-divided. 



Carburetted hydrogen air pollution 614.722 



Carcano, Giulio Italian fiction 
Card catalogs, library admin, 
playing 

ethics 
Cardiff giant humbugs 
'Cardigan, Wales history 
Cardinals ecclesiastical polity 

lives 

Roman church 
Carducci, Giosu^ Italian poetry 
Care of animals animal hygiene 

body, hygiene 

school hygiene 

eyes " " 

person 
Carelius, Olof, Swedish poetry 
Caria ancient history 

Caribbean sea travels 
*Caribbee Islands history 
Caricature drawing 
Carillon music 

*Carinthia, Austria, history 
Carlen, Emilie, Swedish fiction 
Carleton, William American humor 817.45 
Carlist wars in Spain Spanish hist. 946.07 
Carlovingian cycle legend 398.2 

*Carlow, Ireland history 941.88 

Carlson, F. F., Swedish miscellany 839.7864 



853-77 

025.3 

795 

175.5 

^33-7 

942.95 

262.13 
922.2 

282 

851.84 

614.94 

6x3-4 

371-73 

371-72 

391.6 

839.7141 

939.24 
917.29 

972.97 
741 

789.5 
943.66 

839-7365 



Carlyle, T. English essays 
'Carmarthen, Wales history 
Carmelites monks 

sisterhoods 
'Carnarvon, Wales history 
Carneades Greek philosophy 
'Carniola, Austria history 
Camivora mammals 

Carnivorous plants botany 
Carol sacred music 

'Caroline Islands 



824.82 
942.98 

271.73 
271.971 

942.92 

186.2 

94367 

599-7 

581.53 
783.6 

996.6 



Carolingian dynasty, French history 944.01 



Carpathos 



German 
ancient history 
modern 



(( 



it 



Carpentry 
Carpets 



stereotomy 

designing 

domestic economy 

manufacture 
Carpocratian heresy 
Carposporeae, algae 

fungi 
Carrer, L. Italian poetry 

Carrera, V. " drama 

Carriage and car factories archit. 
houses architecture 



943-02 1 

939.17 

949-97 

654 

515.82 

745 

645 

677 

273-1 

589.4 
589.21 

851.76 

852.83 

725-45 
728.94 



Superior figures refer to the tables at the 



end of this index. 

(434) 



Carriage making 6S4 

Carrier pigeons domestic birds 636.6 
Carriers in irrigation sanitary eng. 628.366 



INDEX CapaccUJ 

Cats 

Castrametation military science 355 
Castro y Belvis G. de, Spanish drama 862.32 



law 



Cars 



'Cartagena 



3474 
building 699 

disinfect., cont. dis. 614.48 
horse engineering 625.6 
railroad engineering 625.2 
history 986 

travels 91 8.6 

philosophical systems 144 



ancient history 



Cartesianism 
Carthage 

Carthaginian architecture 
* language 

war Roman history 
Carthusian monks 
Cartilages anatomy 

Cartography maps, atlases, etc. 
Cartoons 

Cartridges military science 
Carved decoration architecture 729.5 
Carving dining 643 

sculpture 
Caryophylleae botany 
Caryophyllineae " 
Casa, G. del la, Italian poetry 



939-73 
722.3 

492.6 

937-04 
271.71 

611.72 

9x2 

741 
623.4 



Casements 
Cases 



it 



(t 



law 



"Cashmere 
'Caspian Sea 
Cassi, F. 
Cassia tree 



fortifications 

English syntax 

Greek 

Latin 

other languages 

American digests 
reports 

English digests 
reports 

history 

travels 

Italian poetry 

botany 

Cassinoid curve anal. geom. 
Cast iron structures architecture 
Castanets musical instr. 

Caste in India, social ethics 
Castelar, E. Spanish oratory 
Castelein, M. de Dutch poetry 
Caste ethics 

Castellazzo, L., Italian fiction 
Castelvetro, L., " essays 
Casti, G. " satire 

Castiglione, B. " essays 
* Castile, New, history 
' Old 

Castillejo, C. de Spanish poetry 
Casting foundries 

Castles architecture 

Castor and Pollux mythology 



736 

58315 

851-38 
623.1 

425-5 
485.5 
475-5 

345-5 

345-4 

346.5 

346.4 

954-6 

914.78 

851.65 

583-32 
516.26 
721.91 
789.4 

177.5 
865.52 

839-3123 

177.5 

853-81 

854.41 

857.63 

854.33 
946.4 

946.3 
861.32 

671 

728.81 

292 



Casts 
Casualties 



Casuarineae 
Casuistry 



protection from 
public health 

botany 

ethics 

Catacomb symbols ecclesiology 
Catacombs antiquities 

cemeteries 

symbols 
* Catalan language 
literature 
Catalepsy 
Catalog dept. library economy 



Catalogers 

Cataloging 

Catalogs 



library economy 



author 

book publisher's 

college 

dictionary 

of special authors 

countries 
subjects 

star maps 

stars 

subject 

universal 
' Catalonia, Spain history 
Cataracts eye diseases 

physical geography 
Catarrh diseases 

epidemic diseases 
Catarrhal affections of skin 
Catch vocal music 



730 

614.8 

583-975 
171.6 

246.5 

913.37 

719 
246.5 

449-9 
8499 

132.4 

025.3 
023.5 

025.3 
018 

015 

378 
0x9 
012 
0x5 
0x6 
524.8 

523-89 
0x7 

on 

946.7 
6x7.74 

551-48 

616.205 

616.203 

616.52 

784.1 



basins of sewers, sanitary eng. 628.255 



Catechisms 

Catenary curve physics 



Cathari 



Catharine I. 
II. 
Cathartics 
' Cathay 



persecutions 

sects 

Russian history 



(( 



M 



therapeutics 
history 
travels 
Cathedral canons cedes, polity 
services musical 
system ecclesiastical 
Cathedrals architecture 
Catholic apostolic church 
church 

epistles Bible 
Catholicism and Protestantism 
Catholics' lives biography 
Cato, Valerius, Latin satire 
Cats, Jacob Dutch poetry 



238 

531-83 
272.4 

2844 

947.06 

947.06 

6x5.732 

951 
91 5.1 

262.3 

783.2 

262.3 

726.6 

289.5 

282 

227.9 

282 

922.2 

877.2 
839.3131 



Topics in black face type are sub-divided. Superior figures 

end of this index. 

(435) 



refer to the tables at the 



Charlemagn 


e 


INDEX 






Chorea 












Charlemagne, 


age of, European hist 


. 940.3 


Cheating ethics 


174 




French history 


944.01 




student life 


371.81 




German * 


943-0' 


Checkers 


794 




legends 


398.2 


Checks 


banks 


332.1 


Charleston, S 


, C. history 


9757 


• 


commercial law 


347.7 


Charles I. 


English history 


942.062 


Cheese 


adulterations 


614.327 


II. 




942.066 




dairy 


^Z7 


Charles IV. 


French history 


944.024 


Cheiropt 


era mammals 


5994 


V. 




944.025 


Chelonia 


I reptiles 


598.13 


VI. 




944.026 


Chemical affinity 


541.3 


VII. 




944.026 




agents, effects of diseases 616.9S7 


VIII. 




944.027 




analysis 


543 


IX. 




944.029 




apparatus 


54^.2 


X. 




944.062 




disinfectants con. dis. 


614.484 


Charles II. 


German history 


943.021 




elements chemical tech. 


661. 1 


III. 




943.021 




equations 


541.9 


IV. 




943.026 




fire extinguishers 


614.845 


V. 


German history 


943-031 




industries 


660 




Netherlands history 


949.202 




jurisprudence law 


340.6 




Spanish " 


946.04 




laboratories 


542.1 


VL 


German " 


943.052 




architecture 727.5 


VII. 




943054 




manipulation 


54^.2 


Charles I. 


Spanish history 


946.04 




nomenclature 


541.9 


II. 




946.053 




physics 


541 


III. 




946.057 




physiology 


591. 1 


IV. 




946.058 




technology 


660 


Charles XIV. 


Swedish history 


948.07 




treatment of wastes 


628.544 




travels 


917.57 




works air pollution 


6x4.72 


Charters of cities 


35a 


Chemicals in sewers sanitary eng. 


628.237 


Chartier, A. 


French poetry 


841.21 




manufacture of 


661 


Chartism 


Eng. constitut. history 342.42 


Chemistry 


540 


Chartists 


political party 


329.942 




agricultural 


631 


Chartography maps, atlases, etc 


. 9X2 




analytical 


543 


Charts 


geography 


91a 




and natural religion 


215 




history 


902 




applied to the arts 


660 




maps 


gia 




economic zoology 


591.64 



Chase 
Chasing 



of comets astronomy 523.69 

moon " 523.39 

planets ** 523.49 

stars ** 523.89 

52379 
799 
7Z^ 
843.24 

1 76. 1 



4« 



sun 
hunting 
sculpture 
Chastelain, G. French fiction 
Chastity ethics 

Chateaubriand, F. A. R. vicomte de 

French fict. 
Chateaux architecture 



843-65 
728.82 



Chatham, William Pitt, Eng. oratory 825.61 



Chatrian, A. French fiction 
Chattels law 

Chatterton, T. English poetry 
Chaucer, G. " ** 

Chaulieu, G. A. de French p)octry 
Chautauqua self-education 
* Co., N. Y. history 



843.85 

347.3 
821.63 

821.17 

841.47 

374.7 



industrial chem. tech. 660 
inorganic 546 

legal law 340.6 

medical materia mad. 615 
of poisons chem. analysis 543.5 



toxicology 
organic 

physiological 
study of disease 
Chemists' lives biography 
' Chemung Co., N. Y. history 

* Chenango Co., N. Y. " 
Chenier, A. M. de French poetry 

M. J. de drama 

Chenopodiacea botany 
Cheques commercial law 

*Cher, France, histor}' 
Cherbuliez, V., French fiction 

* Cheshire, England history 
Chess amusements 



974.795 

Topics in black face type are sub -divided. Superior figures refer to the tables 

end of iliis index. 

(438) 



615-9 

547 

612.01 

616.076 

925-4 
974.778 

974.773 
S41.56 

842.66 

5839 '4 

347-7 

944-55 

843.87 

942.71 

794 
at tlie 





INDEX Charlemagne 






Chorea 


Chess ethics 


1754 


China schools, public 


3795' 


Chest anatomy 


611.94 


statistics 


3x5.1 


diseases 


6i6.a 


travels 


91 5-1 


surgery 


617.54 


treaties 


34i.25r 


Chester plays English drama 


822.11 


other topics see table 


' I 


Chesterfield " letters 


826.52 


ware fine art 


738 


Chiabrera, G. Italian poetry 


851.51 


useful arts 


666.5 


'Chiapas, Mexico history 


972.7 


Chinese architecture 


722.1 


■Chicago history 


977-3 


art 


709.51 


travels 


917.73 


immigration 


325251 


Chichimcc civilization Mex. history 


' 972.012 


labor polit. economy 


331-6 


Chicken-pox diseases 


616.914 


language 


495 


public health 


614.525 


literature 


895 


Chief justices' lives 


9*34 


philosophy 


181. 1 


librarian library economy 


023.4 


religion 


299.5 


'Chihuahua, Mexico history 


972.1 


Chios ancient history 


939.13 


Chilblains skin disorders 


616.58 


* modem •* 


949.93 


Child labor political economy 


331.3 


travels 


914.993 


Childbirth obstetrics 


6x8.2 


Chirography penmanship 


652 


Children, asylums for architecture 


725.57 


Chiromancy palmistry 


133.6 


sociology 


362.7 


Chitarra, C. dalla Italian satire 


857.12 


care of 


649 


Chivalry age of Europ. hist 


9404 


cruelty to ethics 


179.2 


customs 


394.7 


diseases of 


618.9 


Chlaenaceae botany 


583.168 


duties of ethics 


173-6 


Chloral hydrate, pobons 


615.967 


education of 


372 


hygiene 


613.83 


games of out-door 


796 


hypnotics 


615.782 


hospitals for 


362.7 


temperance 


178.8 


moral care for 


377 


Chloranthaceae botany 


583.926 


Children's crusade European historv 940.4 


Chlorides as disinfectants 


614.487 


ChUi administration 


354.83 


Chlorine compounds air pollution 


614.726 


botany 


581.983 


mineralogy 


549-4 


finance 


336.83 


inorganic chemistry 


546.13 


geology 


558.3 


Chloroform anaesthetics 


615.781 


history 


983 


poisons 


615.966 


maps 


912.83 


Chlorophyll botany 


581.8 


schools, public 


37983 


Chlorophyllaceae botany 


589.8 


statistics 


318.3 


Choate, Rufus, American oratory 


815.32 


travels 


918.3 


Chocolate adulterations 


614.347 


treaties 


341.283 


manufactures 


663.9 


other topics see table 


I 


Choctaw language 


497 


Chiliasm millennium 


236.3 


literature 


897 


Chimes of bells music 


789:5 


Choice, freedom of mental faculties 


► 159 


Chunney pieces architecture 


729-95 


metaphysics 


123 


sweeping, domestic economy 644 


of editions 


028.2 


Chimneys heating 


697.8 


vocation 




high sanitary eng. 


628.522 


Choir music 


783.8 


masonry 


693 


Cholagogues therapeutics 


615.742 


sewer ventilation 


628.236 


Cholera diseases 


6x6.93 


China administration 


354-51 


infantum, pub. health 614.515 


botany 


581.951 


protective inoculation 614.475 


finance 


336.51 


public health 


614.514 


geology 


555.1 


Choral service sacred music 


783.24 


history, ancient 


931 


Chorale 


783.6 


modem 


951 


Chord process geodesy 


526.43 


maps 


912.51 


Chorea diseases 


616.851 


Topies In black face typ« are sub-divided. 


Superior fissures refer to the tables at the 




end of tt 


lis index. 






(4, 


39) 





Choriambics 


INDEX 




Clans 








Choriambics Greek prosody 


486.3 


Chromosphere, sun 


523.75 


Choroid eye diseases 


617.72 


Chronic diseases pathology 


6x6 


Chorus sacred music 


783.8 


Chronicles Bible 


222.6 


vocal " 


784.86 


history see special subject 


Chrestien de Troyes French poetry 841.14 


Chronograph astronomy 


522.52 


'Chrestomathy English language 


428.7 


Chronologies history 


902 


Christ doctrinal theology 


232 


Chronology astronomy 


529 


lives 


232.9 


biblical Bible 


220.94 


Christening baptism 


265.1 


Chronometer astron. instr. 


522.51 


customs 


392.1 


longitude determ. 


525-47 


Christian antiquities 




manufacture 


681 


apologetics 


239 


Chrysippus stoic philosophy 


188.3 


architecture eccles. 


726 


Chrysolitic rocks 


552.48 


medieval 


7*3 


Church 


a6o-a8g 


art 


247 


and clergy law 


348 


associations 


267 


education 


377.8 


Brothers monks 


271.78 


state eccl. polity 


261.7 


church 260-289 


ethics 


172.3 


doctrines 


230 


political science 


322 


education 


377 


Apostolic 


281.1 


ethics 


171. 1 


architecture 


726 


fathers relig. hist. 


270 


authority 


262.8 


fathers' works 


281. 1 


bells manufactures 


673 


iconography 


246 


music 


789.5 


sculpt. 


732 


benefices clerical support 


254 


institutions 


260 


Christian 


260-289 


life personal religion 


248 


decoration, sacred om. 


247 


names 


929.4 


discipline eccles. polity 


262.9 


philosophy patristic 


189.2 


fathers 


281. 1 


science therapeutics 


615.851 


fellowship 


265.2 


sects 


280 


festivals, worship 


264 


socialism 


335-7 


furniture 


^47 


Sunday 


263.3 


government 


262 


union 


280 


history 


270-289 


* Christiania, Norway history 


948.2 


membership ordinances 


265.2 


travels 


914.82 


music 


783 


Christianity and science apologetics 239.8 


needlework 


247 


evidences 


239 


of England 


283 


history 


270-289 


Rome 


282 


primitive 


270.1 


Scodand Presbyterian 


285.2 


Christians biography 


922 


polity 


262 


' Christiansand, Norway history 


948.3 


primitive 


270.1 


Christine de Pisan French fiction 


843.21 


property 




Christmas customs 


394 


rates clerical support 


254 


festival sacred music 


783.28 


religious history 


270-289 


Christology doctrinal theology 


232 


sacraments 


265 


Chromates mineralogy 


549-74 


schools 


377 


Chromatic aberration optics 


535-4 


sects 


280 


scale theory of music 


781 


services public worship 264 


Chromatics optics 


535-6 


sociology 


322 


Chromatography 


752 


vestments 


247.7 


Chromium economic geology 


553-46 


work 


260 



group inorg. chem. 546.75 

inorganic chem. 546.76 

Chromolithography 764 

Chromometry colorimetry 545*8 

Topics in black face type are jiub-divided. Superior llsrures 

end of thio index. 

(440) 



yards, cemeteries 719 

Churches architecture 726.5 

burials in public health 614.613 
hygiene 613.55 

refer to the tables at the 



INDEX 



Choriambici 
Clans 



Churches national vs. organic unity 261.8 



various christian 
Churchill, C. English satire 
Chyle blood-making 

Cibber, Colley, English drama 
Cicero, complete works 
Greek philosophy 
letters 
Cid, Poema de mio Spanish poetry 
Romance ro del " 



280 

827.61 

612. 119 

822.54 

875.1 

186.3 

876.1 

861.12 

861.27 

Cienfuegos, N. A. de, Spanish poetry 861.48 

Cih'a 

Ciliary body 

Ciliata 

Cilicia 



« 



Cinchonia 



physiology 
eye diseases 
zoology 
ancient history 
modern " 
travel 
materia medica 



* Cincinnati, O. history 

travels 
Cincinnati society of 
Cinematics mechanics 



612.72 
617.72 

59317 

939-35 
956.4 
91 5.64 
615.336 

977.1 
917.71 

369 
5311 



Cinerary urns, treatment of the dead 393.2 



Cipher writing 
' Circassia 
Circle 



Circles 



history 

German local gov. 

sailing, great navig, 

perspective 

plane geometry 



651 

947-9 

3520433 

527.5 
515.65 

513.21 



prehistoric archaeology 57 1.95 



345-41 
721.41 

721.46 

514.1 

628.223 

027.3 



Circuit court reports, U. S. 

Circular arches architecture 

domes ** 

functions trigonometry 

section of sewers 

Circulating libraries 

Circulation and blood, physiology 6za.i 

cerebro-spinal diseases 616.81 

in animals zoology 59i.ii 

in plants botany 581.11 

oceanic ocean currents 551.47 

Circulatory organs com p. anat. 

descr. " 
system anatomy 

diseases of 



591.41 

591.71 
6x1.1 

616.1 



drugs acting on 615.71 



surgery 
Circumcision 
Circumnavigations 
Circumpolar stars maps 
Circumstantial evidence law 
Circuses amusements 

ethics 
Cirripedia zoology 
Cissoid curves, anal, geometry 
Cistercian monks 



617.41 

392.1 

910.4 

523-89 
347-94 
791 

175-1 

595-35 
516.26 

271.72 



Cisterns rural water supply 

Cistineae botany 

Cit^s ouvri^res, architecture 
Cities administration 

ancient description 

buried " 

free, German gov. 

growth of, administration 

health of 

plans of 

scavenging of 

water and sewage works 628.09 
Citizens, duties of ethics 172.1 

Citizenship law 347.1 

Citrates diuretics 615.761 

City governments, administration 35a 



628.7 

583-134 
728.13 

35a 

913.3 

9133 

354.4309 
352.001 

614.145 

9x2 

628.4 



«« 



«( 



« 



725.13 
728.11 

728.51 
7*8-3 

614.145 

352.1 
388 



halls architecture 
homes of poor 
hotels 
houses 
life 

mortality public health 
property local gov, 
transit sociology 
Civil authority local government 352 
engineering 629 

government and the church 322 

ethics 172.3 
relig. 261.7 
government, polit. science 320 
law 349 

liberty political science 323 

lists 351.2 

pensions administration 351.5 
procedure law 347.9 

rights 
service administration 351 

municipal gov. 352.005 
officials, lives 923.5 
reform admin. 351.6 



trials 



U. S. hist. 973."8 
347.9 



war ethics 172.4 

slavery 326 

U. S. history 973-7 

Civility ethics 177.1 

Civilization and the church 261.6 

history 901 

philosophy of 901 

primitive 571 

' Clackmannan, Scotland history 941*35 

Claims against governments 336 

U. S. court of history 347.99 

reports 345-41 

Clairvoyance 134 

Clans political science 321.2 



Topics In black face type are sub-divided. Superior tkgnreB refer to the tables at the 

end of this index. 

(441) 



Clans 
Colleges 

Clans Scottish history 

' Clare, Ireland history 
Clarinet wind instruments 

Class feeling ethics 

meetings public worship 
re-unions, colleges 

student customs 
system suffrage 
Classed catalogs bibliography 

lib. admin. 
Classes, school 
Classical antiquities 
biography 
education 
geography 
literature, Greek 
Latin 
mythology 
philology Greek lang. 

Latin " 
schools, private, educ. 
public, " 
Classics Greek literature 

Latin 
Classification of animals zoology 

books library econ. 
chemistry 
diseases medicine 
knowledge method- 
ology 
languages philology 
library 
philosophy 



INDEX 



Clavichord 
Clay, Henry 
Clay 



plants botany 

sciences nat. sci. 

musical instruments 

Am. oratory 
chemical technology 
petrography 
Clays, brick, fire» potters* geology 
Cleanliness of body hygiene 

clothing " 
Cleanthes stoic philosophy 

Clearing house, banking 
Cleavage crystallography 

geology 
Clemency ethics 

Clemens, S. L. Am. humor 
Clement philosophy 

Clementines apocrypha 
Cleopatra's needle monuments 
Clepsydra chronology 

Cleptomania derangements 
Clerc, Jean de Dutch miscellany 
Clergy, benefit of legal antiquities 

canon law 
Topics In black face typ« are Mub- 



941 

941-93 
788.6 

177-5 
264.8 

378 

371-89 
324.2 

017 

025-3 
371.25 
913-38 
920.03 

375-88 

912.3 

880 

870 

292 

480 

470 

373 
379 
880 

870 

590.1 

025.4 

541.9 

616.01 

112 

401 

025.4 

112 

580.1 

501 

786.1 

815.25 

666.4 

552.52 

553.61 

6x3-4 
613.483 

188.2 

332 

548.3 

551.84 
179.9 

817.44 

189.2 

229.9 

718 

529.78 

132.6 

839-381 

340.3 

348 

divided. 

end of this index. 

(442) 



Clergy, celibacy of ethics 


176.2 


pastoral theol. 


254 


ethics 


1 74. 1 


holy orders 


26a. z 


lives of 


gaa 


pastoral work 


250 


Clerical support 


254 


tithes 


336.21 


Clerks* occupation hygiene 


613.65 


Cleveland, G. presidency of 


•973-8 


* Cleveland, O. history 


977.1 


travels 


917-71 


Cliff dwellings, prehistoric arch. 


571.84 


Climacterics physiology 


612.6 


vital statistics 


614.13 


Climate effects of diseases 


616.988 


therapeutics 


615.834 


hygiene 


613.11 


influence on man 


573-4 


meteorology 


551.56 


seasons 


5255 


Climatology contagious diseases 


614.42 


physical geography 


551-56 


Climbers birds 


598-7 


Climbing plants habits 


581.5 


Clinics medical education 


610.7 


' Clinton County, N. Y. history 


974-754 


Clock, sidereal 


522.51 


Clock-making 


681 


Clocks chronology 


529.78 


Cloistered nuns 


271.96 


Close communion Baptists 


286 


sacrament 


265.3 


Closet, earth sanitary engineering 


628.43 


Cloth manufactures 


677 


Clothes-making 


687 


Clothing disinfection, contag. difl 


;. 614.48 


domestic economy 


646 


hygiene 


613.48 


of laboring classes 


331.83 


support from hips 


613.484 


Clouds meteorology 


551-57 


Club foot surgery 


61739 


houses architecture 


728.4 


libraries 


027.2 


Clubs, literary, education 


374-3 


social 


367 


workingmen's, architecture 


725.93 


Clusters and nebulae stars 


523.85 


Cnidaria zoology 


593.5 


Coach building carriage making 


684 


Coaching amusements 


798 


business 


656 


Coagulation of blood physiology 


612.115 


Coal, economic geology 


553-a 


fuel chemical technology 


662.6 


Superior figrures refer to the tables at the 





INDEX ^ 


Clans 






( 


Colleges 


Coal fuel, domestic economy 


644 


Cog wheels mech. eng. 


621.83 


metallurgy 


669.8 


Cognition metaphysics 


126 


gas domestic lights 


644 


' Cohahuila, Mexico history 


972.1 


heating 


697.6 


Cohesion physics 


539-2 


illuminating gas 


665.7 


Coils electric apparatus 


537.86 


mineralogy 


549.8 


theory of dynamic electricity 


537-51 


mining 


622.33 


Coinage administration 


351.822 


oil chemical tech. 


665.4 


political economy 


332.4 


domestic lights 


644 


Coins numismatics 


737 


economic geology 


553-28 


Coke chemical technology 


662.7 


mineralogy 


549.8 


fuel, domestic econ. 


644 


tar colors chemical technology 667.2 


metallurgy 


669.8 


products " " 


668.7 


Colchis, Asia ancient history 


939-53 


therapeutics 


615.75 


Cold antipyretics 


615.75 


washing ore dressing 


622.78 


baths hygiene 


613-43 


Coalescence, foetuses deformities 


617-35 


drinks 


613.36 


incomplete " 


617.32 


exp>osure to, protection of life 614.87 


of parts " 


617-33 


imponderable remedies 


615.832 


Coast changes, erosion 


551-36 


physics 


536 


defence, military eng. 


623.3 


storage architecture 


725.35 


pilot 


656 


Colds catarrh 


616.205 


Survey, U. S. geodesy 


526 


Colenso controversy pentateuch 


222.1 


tides 


525.64 


Coleoptera 


595-76 


Coasting sports 


796 


Coleridge, S. T. English poetry 


821.72 


Coasts, hydrography of surveying 


526.99 


Colic diseases 


616.34 


Coats of arms, heraldry 


929.8 


Coleochaeteae botany 


589.47 


Cobalt inorganic chemistry 


546.73 


* Colima, Mexico history . 


972.3 


ores, economic geology 


553-48 


Coliseum Roman antiquities 


913.376 


Coca hygiene 


613.85 


Collapse lung diseases 


616.249 


* Cochin China, French history 


959.7 


Collected biography 


920 


Cochineal dyeing 


667.2 


sermons 


25a 


Cock fighting 


796 


travels 


910.8 


eihics 


175-6 


works, see subject. 




Cocoa adulterations 


614-347 


Collecting biology 


579.6 


manufacture 


663.9 


book library economy 


' 025.2 


Cocoon silkworms 


638 


bottle biology 


579.612 


Cod fishery fishing 


639 


Collection of taxes finance 


336.29 


Code Napoleon French law 


349.442 


Collections art galleries 


708 


Codes, American law 


345.M 


engravings 


769 


Codices Bible mss. 


220.4 


' of poetry Eng. lit. 


821.08 


Codification of law U. S. law 


345-2 


photography 


779 


Co-education 


376.7 


useful knowledge 


602 


of races 


371.99 


vocal music 


784 


Coele Sjrria ancient history 


939.42 


other topics, see subject. 




Coelenterata zoology 


5933 


Collectors* manuals, biology 


579 


Coffee adulterations 


614.347 


Collects Anglican ritual 


264.036 


agriculture 


633 


College degrees 


378.2 


botanv 


58352 


founders' lives 


923.7 


commercial mixing of 663.9 


libraries 


027.7 


domestic economy 


641 


regattas athletics 


371.75 


houses customs 


394.1 


societies student life 


371-83 


hygiene 


613-37 


songs 


784.6 


stimulants 


615.711 


Colleges agricultural 


630.7 


Coffer-dams river engineering 


627.8 


\ flind universities 


378 


Coffins burial customs 


393-1 


architecture 


727.3 


perishable pub. health 


614.614 


business 


650.7 


Topics In black face typ« are sub-divided. 


Superior figures refer to the tabl: 


:: at the 




end of tl 


Ills index. 






(4 


43) 





Colleges 
Condensing 

Colleges for women 

hygiene 
Collegiants sects 
Collegiate education women 
Collenuccio, P. Italian essays 
Collier controversy Shakspere 
Collieries mining eng. 

Collimation constant, astron. inst. 
CoUin-IIarleville, J. F. Fr. drama 
Collins W: English poetry 
Collisions at sea maritime law 
Colman, G. sr. English drama 
'Cologne history 

travel 
' Colombia, So. Am. history 

travels 
Colonial history, U. S. 

law English statutes 



INDEX 



376.8 

613-54 
284.9 

376.5 

854.24 
822.33 
622.23 

522.35 
842.62 

821.57 

3477 

822.63 

943.42 

914.342 

986 

91S.6 

973-2 
346.1 



system, political science 325 



(( 



« 



Colonies 
Colonization, African 

history of Africa 
political science 
Colonnades architectural design 

walls 
Color blindness eye diseases 

in man ' natural hist, of man 573.5 
plants botany 581.17 

of animals zoology 



325 
325.6 

960 

3253 
729.32 

721.26 
61775 



blood 
optics 
painting 
suffrage 
sense 



physiology 



mental faculty 



* Colorado, U. S., history 
Colorational variation zoology 
Colored races natural hist, of man 

tiles roofs 
Colorimetric analysis chemistry 
Coloring dyeing 



591.17 

612.117 

535-6 

752 
324.1 

152.1 

978.8 

591-157 

573-5 
721.56 

545-8 
667.2 



matters, org. chem. 547 



Colors, artificial chem. tech. 

ecclesiology 

manufacture of paints 

painting 

practical printing 
Colosseum Roman antiquities 
Colossians epistles 
Colossus of Rhodes monuments 
Colportage parochial 
Columbates mineralogy 
'Columbia Co., N. Y. history 
« District of " 

travels 
Columbia college 
Columelliacese, botany 
Topics in black face type are 



667.2 
246.6 
667.6 

752 

655-32 

913-376 

227.7 

718 

259 

549-7 1 

974-739 

975-3 

917.53 

378747 

583.829 

sub-divided. 



7«i.S 

729.32 

694.4 

729.57 
729.47 

730 

340.3 
511.5 



Columns, arch, const. 

architectural design 
carpentry 

carved arch, decoration 
painted " " 

sculpture 
Combat, judicial legal antiquities 
Combination arithmetic 
Combinations of labor, polit. econ. 331.87 

capital " " 331.1 
Combinatory analysis algebra 512.5 

Combined system of sewerage 628.211 

Combretaceae botany 583.414 

Combustibles, storage pub. safety 6x4.831 
Combustion chemistry 54^-3 

heat 536.46 

in furnaces, ind. sanit. 628.524 
^ Comedy English drama 82a 

Comella, L. F. Spanish " 862.41 

Comets 523.6 

charts 52369 

connection with meteors 523.56 
maps, observations 524.6 

theory 521.7 

' Comic journals English literature 827 

music dramatic 782.6 

* works English lit. 827 

Commagene, Asia ancient history 939.36 
Commanders' lives biography 923.5 
Commelinaceae botany 584.38 

Commemorations Amer. civil war 973.76 
Commemorative sermons 252.9 

Commensal ism zoology 59^ -5 

Commentaries, Bible 220.7 

law 347 

Commerce, regulation of law 347*7 

sociology 380 

useful arts 650 

Commercial arithmetics, mathematics 51 1.8 
buildings, architecture 725.2 
fertilizers air pollution 614.748 
industry, admin. 351.824 

/' Jaw 347.7 

morals ethics 174 

panics political economy 332 
travelling commerce 658 
Commissions, building 692.8' 

Commissure, extension of, deformities 61 7.34 



Common carriers law 
Common law. American 



British 

right copyright 

treatises 
pleas, court of 
prayer Anglican ritual 264.03 
schools, public 379 

Superior figures refer to the tables at ihs 



347-7 

345 

346 

65561 

347 

347.99 



end of this index. 
(444) 



INDEX 



Commonplace-books lit. methods 0294 
Commons, House of Eng. legis. 328.42 
student life 371.88 

Commonwealth English history 942.063 

Roman " 937-02 

Commonwealths, ideal polit. science 320. i 
Commune, French local gov. 352.0446 

German 352.0434 

of 187 1 French history 944.08 
political economy 335 

Communes, age of, in Italy 94 5*04 

Communication, administration 351-81 

heat 536.2 

magnetism Sfi-^ 

mode of, cont. dis. 614.43 
sociology 380 

useful arts 650 

Communion, close baptists 286 . 

holy sacrament 265.3 

services, sacred music 783.21 
Communism political economy 335*4 
Communists, French 335 

Community of land political econ. 333.2 
Compact ethics 174-7 

Companies associations 360 

Companies, joint stock law 347*7 

Comparative anatomy animals 591.4 

plants 58Z.4 
embryology zoOl. 591.3 
legislation 340-5 

medicine 619 

mythology 291 

philology 410 

physiology zoology 591. X 
religion 290 

theology dogmatics 230 
wages polit. econ. 331-2 
Comparetti, D. Italian essays 854.86 

Compass magnetism 53^*7 

variations of, astron. 522.76 
•Compends, see subject. 
Competition prices 338*5 

wages 331.2 

Competitive examinations, civil ser. 351*3 
examinations, schools 371.27 
musical festivals 7S4.5 

Complex ores metallurgy 669 

variables calculus 517*8 

Complications in labor, obstetrics 618.5 



Compline Anglican ritual 

Composers' lives 

Compositae botany 

Composite floors and flooring 
order of architecture 
structures, arch, const. 721.94 

Composition architectural design 729.11 

Topics in black face type are gub-dlvlded. 



264.034 
927.8 

583-55 
721.65 

729.32 



Composition 



Colleges 
Condensing 

artistic type-setting 655.26 
elementary English 428.2 



781.6 

808 

655.25 

347-7 
721.64 



music 

rhetoric 

type-setting 

with creditors law 

Compound floors and flooring 

Compounds with metals, org. chem. 547.9 

Compressed air engines 621.43 

Compressibility of air pneumatics 533*2 

Compression of gases physics 533*^ 

Compromise bill, 1850 U. S. history 973.6 

ethics 171 

Compulsory education 379-23 

insurance 33 1*2 

vaccination, pub. health 614.4738 
Compurgation, legal antiquities 340.3 

Computation arithmetic 5x1 

Comte French philosophy 194.8 

positivism 146 

Concept mental philosophy 153*1 

Conception, immaculate Christology 232.1 



Concordat 



Concrete 



physiology 
Concert teaching 
Concertina music 
Concerto orchestral music 

Conchifera brachiopoda 

lamellibranchiata 
Conchoid curve anal, geometry 
Conchology 

Conclave, papal eccles. polity 
Concord philosophy, Emerson 
Concordances Bible 
' special, see subject. 

eccles. polity 

internat. law 

building material 

ceilings 

construction 

foundations 

pavements 

piers and columns 

roofing 

village houses 

walls 

geological agent 

sex customs 

injuries 
Condemned books book rarities 
Condensation action of heat 

of effluvium, sanit. eng. 62S.523 
vapor pneumatics 533.1 
Condensers chemistry 542.4 

electricity 537*^4 

steam engineering 621. 11 
Condensing pump pneumatics 533-^3 

Superior tkgureu refer to the tables at thm 



Concretion 

Concubinage 
Concussion 



612.63 

786.9 
785.6 

594*8 
594.1 

516.26 

594 
262. 1 3 

191-3 
220.2 

262.13 

341*2 

691-3 
721.75 

693-5 
721.13 

625.8 

721.33 
695.6 

728.64 

721.23 

551.98 

392.6 

617.21 

098 

536.44 



end of this index. 

(445) 



Condillac 
Conviviality 

Condillac French philosophy 

Condiments adulterations 

chemical technology 
Conditional immortality 

sentences £ng. gram. 
Greek " 
' other languages 

Conditions influencing animal temper 

ature 
Conduct of life ethics 
Conduction electricity 

heat 
Conductivity of rocks geology 



INDEX 



194.3 
614.314 

664.5 

237.3 
425.4 
485.4 



Conduits 



Cone 



telegraph 
ventilation 
"A'ater works 
modem geometry 
solid 



t( 



Confectionery 

adulterations 
Confederate States U. S., civ. war 
Confederation, American colonies 
N. German 
of the Rhine 
U. S. history 
Conference meetings pub. worship 
Confession and absolution, sacrament 
Augsburg 

auricular sacraments 
Confessional Roman church 
Confessions creeds 

of faith ritual 
Confinement, punishment 

schools 
solitary, criminal law 
prison discipline 
Confirmation sacraments 
Conflagrations 
Conflict of duties 

laws, international law 
Conformity Anglican church 
Confucianism religion 
Confucius Chinese philosophy 

Congelation physics 
Congenital defects of body hygiene 
distortions surgery 

Congestion of the lungs diseases 
Conglomerate lithology 
'Congo, Africa, history 
' Basin, •* 

travel 
Congregation, ecclesiastical polity 
Congregational church 

creed 

orders in ministry 
singing 
Topics in blaclc face type are sub- 



Conicoids 
Conies 

Coniferae 
Conium 



612.54 
X70 

537.22 

536.2 
551.14 

6544 
697.9 

62S.14 

513-53 
51342 
642 
614.31 1 

973.7 

973-3 
943.081 

943.06 

973-3 
264.7 

265.6 

238.4 

265.6 

282 

238 

264.5 

343-2 

371.56 

343-2 

365 
265.2 

614.84 

171 

341.5 
283.42 

299.5 

181. 1 

536.43 
613.91 

617.39 
616.242 

552.51 
967.2 

9675 

916.75 
262.2 

285.8 

238.5 
262.19 

783.9 
•divided, 
end of tliis index. 

(446) 



Congregationalism sects 285.8 

Congregationalists' lives 922*5 

Congress of nations inter, law 34i.i 

Vienna, European history 940.8 
international law 341.1 
U. S. 328.73 

Congressional debates, U. S. 328.732 

directories, U. S. 328.738 

documents, U. S. 328.734 
Congreve, W. English drama 822.46 

Conic sections analytical geom. 516.22 

geometry 513*22 

Conical projections descript. geom. 515.4 

spherical 515-56 

analytical geometry 5x6.42 
analytical " 516.53 

modern " 5^3-53 

botany 585*2 

nervous depressants 61 5.786 

512.88 



Conjugate forms invariants 
Conjugates botany 
Conjugation 



M 



(« 



«« 



<( 



589-61 
425.18 
445.18 

435- '8 
485.18 
47 5- '8 



English grammar 
French 
German 
Greek 
Latin 
' other languages 

Conjunctions etymology English 422.9 

Greek 482.9 

Latin 472.9 
' other languages 

solar system 523.23 

syntax English 425.9 

Greek 485.9 

Latin 475.9 
' other languages 

Conjunctiva eye diseases 617.71 
Conjunctive mood, etymology Greek 482.8 

Latin 472.8 
' other languages 

syntax English 425.8 

French 445.8 

Greek 485.8 

Latin 475-8 

3 other languages 

sorcery ^33-4 

botany 583.31 

' Connaught, Ireland history 94Z*7 

' Connecticut, U. S. history 974-6 

Connective tissue anatomy 611.76 

diseases of 616.77 

Conquest international law 34' '3 

Norman, English hist. 942.02 

of Greece by Roman 938.08 

Mexico by Spanish 972.02 

Conrad L German history 943x^22 

Superior flgrures refer to the tames at this 



Conjuring 
Connaraces 



INDEX 



Conrad II. 

III. 

IV. 
Consanguinity, law 



German history 



t* 



<i 



II 



«< 



943023 
943.024 

943025 

347.6 



Conscience, Hendrik, Dutch fiction 839.3355 



171.6 
126 

355 

973-74 

265.9 

252.7 

5316 

5316 

728.98 

780.7 

716 

33642 

421.3 

343 
352.2 



Conscience, ethics 
Consciousness philosophy 
Conscription military science 

U. S. history 
Consecration 

sermons 
Conservation of energy physics 

forces " 
Conservatism 

Conservatories, architecture 
music 
plants 
Consols English finance 

'Consonants language 

Conspiracies criminal law 
Constables 
Constance, council of, 1414-8, Hussites 284.3 

religious hist. 270. 5 
Constant de Rebecque, Fr. fiction 843.63 
Constantine the Great, Byzant. hist. 949.501 
'Constantinople history 949-6 1 

Latin conquest 949.503 
travels 914.961 

Turkish conquest 949.504 
Constantinopolitan creed, A. D. 381 238.1 
Constants, earth, 525- 1 

electricity 537.5' 

moon 523.31 

sun 523.71 

Constellations, astronomy 523-89 

Constipation pathology 616.34 

Constitution and by-laws libr. econ. 023.1 
English law 342t>4a 

of '57 Mexican history 972.06 



United States history 
United States law 
Constitutional conventions 

diseases 

history 

law 



973-4 

342.73 

34a 
616.9 

34a 
342 



monarchy, pol it. sci. 321.7 



Constrained attitude hygiene 
Construction, arched 

architectural 

carpentry 

masonry 
Consular reports 

systems international law 
Consulate, ist French history 
Consuls 

Consumption lung diseases 
Topics in black face type are 



613.65 
721.4 

721 

694 

693 

382 

341.8 

944.046 

3*7 
616.246 



Condillac 
Conviviality 

Consumptive assoc. cooperative 334-5 
Contagious diseases pathology 616.91 

pub. health, gen. 6x44 
" ** spec. 614.5 
Contemplative personal religion 248 

sisterhoods 27 1 .96 

theology 242 

Contested elections legis. bodies 328 

suffrage 324 
Conti, Aug^sto Italian essays 854.83 

Continence ethics 176.3 

Continental heraldry 929.6 

protestant sects 284 

travels 914 

Continents physical geography 551*41 
Continued fever, simple, diseases 616.926 
Contraband of war, international law 341.3 
Contrabass tuba wind instruments 788.48 
Contrabasso stringed " 787.4 

Contract system labor of convicts 331.5 

prisons 365 

Contraction of muscles physiology 612.741 



Convection 
Convention 



Contractions short hand 
Contractors, liability of building 
Contracts building 

ethics 

law 

marriage 
Contravariants, algebra 
Control over administration 
Controversial divinity 

sermons 
Contused wounds surgery 
Contusions surgery 
Conundrums amusements 
' English literature 

heat 

ecclesiastical polity 

1792-5, French hist. 
Conventional forms decoration in 

relief 

painted decoration 729.44 
Convents 271 

architecture 
Conventual education of women 
Conversation art of 

ethics 

self education 
Conversion 

revivals 

Conveyances law 

Conveyancing realty 

Convict labor political economy 

Convicts criminal law 

discharged, reformatory assoc 364 

Conviviality social customs 394* i 

8at>-dlvlded. Superior flg^urett refer to the tables at the 
end of this Index. 

(447) 



653.1 
692.9 

692.4 

174-7 

347^. 
family law 347.6 

512.88 

351.9 
230 

252.2 

617.14s 

617.13 

793 
828 

536.2 

262.4 

944.043 

729.54 



726.7 

376.5 

374.1 
177.2 

374.1 
248 

269 

347-2 

331.5 
343 



Convocation 
Covenanters 



INDEX 



Convocation ecclesiastical polity 2624 

Convolvulaceae botany 583.78 

Convulsions diseases 616.845 

puerperal disease 618.75 

Cook books domestic economy 641 

Cookery 641 

Cooking schools 641 

' Cook's Island history 99^2 

travel 919.62 

Coolies 326.2 

Cooper, A. A. English essays 824.51 

J. F. American fiction 813.24 

Cooper Union, education 374-9 

Cooperage manufactures * 674 

Cooperation library economy 020.1 

political economy 334 

Cooperative building associations 334.1 

cataloging lib. admin. 025.3 

insurance 334*3 

Coordinates anal. geom. of space 516.34 

geographical 525.4 
mod. analytical geom. 516.51 

plane anal. geom. 516.14 
spherical astronomy 522.7 
Coomhert, D. V. Dutch poetry 839.3126 

Copaiba diuretics 615.761 

* Copenhagen history 948.9 

travel 914.89 

Copepoda articulates 595-34 

Copemican theory astronomy 521 
Coplas de Mingo Revulgo Spanish 

satire 867.2 

Coppee, F. £. J. French drama 842.88 

" poetry 841.85 

Copper coins money 332-41 

drugs 615.256 

engraving 762 

implements archaeology 571.34 

inorganic chemistry 546.56 

manufacture 67 1 

metallic poisons 615.929 

metallurgy 669.3 

mineralogy 549-2 

mining, prehist. archaeology 571.31 

ores economic geology 553*43 

roofing 695.4 

toxicology 615.929 

Copperas disinfectant 614.488 

Coptic church sects 281.7 

* language 493.2 
literature ' 893.2 

Copts history 962 

Copy-books elementary education 372.5 

Copying processes writing 652 

Copyists' occupation hygiene 613.65 

Copyright international 34^*5 

Topics In black face type ar« sub-divided. 



Copyright law 

publishing 
Coquetry ethics 

Coquillart, G., French poetry 
Cor-Anglais wind instruments 
Coral reefs geology 
Corallines algae 
Corals zotflogy 

Cord machine, physics 



Cordials 

Cordilleras 

' Corea 

Coriarieae 

Corinthia 

Corinthians I., epistles 

II. 
' Cork, Ireland history 



liquors 
description 
history 
botany 
ancient history 



Corn 



Cornaceae 
Cornea 
Comeille, P. 
T. 



agriculture 

laws 

trade polit. econ. 

botany 

eye-diseases 

French drama 



« 



<i 



3477 

655.6 
177.6 

841.23 

788.7 

551.96 

589*3 

593.6 

531*83 
663.5 

918 

951.9 
583.298 

938.7 
227.2 

227.3 
941*95 

337.5 
338*1 

583*497 

617.71 

842.41 
842.43 



Cornelius Agrippa, mystic philosophy 189.5 



Cornell university 

Comet wind instruments 

Cornices archit. constr. 

architectural design 
^Cornish language 



378.747 
788.3 

721.27 

729.31 

491.67 



pumps drainage of mines 622.53 



Corns dermatology 

' Cornwall, England history 
Corolliflorae botany 
Corona of sun 
Coronarieae botany 
Coronation ceremonies 
Coroners law 

local government 
Corporal punishment 
Corporate industries 
Corporation, city administration 
Corporations 

business 

charitable 

law of 



616.54 

942.37 

583.5 

523-75 

584*3 

394.4 

352*9 

371.5s 

338*7 

352.003 

360 

380 

36X 

347.1 
622 

35a 

38s 



mmmg 

municipal 

railroad 
Corpulence 

Corpuscular theory of light 535-* 

Correction, houses of 364 

architecture 725.63 
Corrections astronomy 522.9 

gravity experiments 526.73 

of orbit astronomy 521.35 
Superior flgrures refer to the tables at the 



end of this Index. 

(448) 



INDEX 



Convocation 
Covenanters 



Corrections perspective 


515.66 


Correlation of figures mod. geom. 


51357 


forces 


531-6 


Correspondence college, self-educ. 


374.8 


' English literature 826 


letter writing 


808.6 


library admin. 


025.1 


logic 


169 


methods of teaching 371.39 


modern geometry 


51357 


natural theology 


219 


Swedenborgian 


289.4 


*Corr^ze, France history 


944.67 


Corrosion 


541.3 


Corruption, public 




Corsets hygiene 


613.484 


Corsica, Italy, ancient history 


937.9 


' modern ** 


945-9 


Cortez, H. Mexican ** 


972.02 


' Cortland County, N. Y. history 


974.772 


Coryza diseases 


616.205 


Cosmetics adulterations 


614-354 


toilet 


646 


Cosmic dust astronomy 


523.16 


philosophy metaphysics 1x3 


time chronology 


529-77 


Cosmogony metaphysics 


"3 


natural theology 


213 


Cosmography phys. geog. 


551.4 


Cosmology metaphysics 


113 


natural theology 


213 


Cossa, Pietro Italian drama 


852.82 


Cossacks Russian history 


947 


Cost building 


692.5 


Costa, I : da Dutch poetry 


8393155 


Paolo Italian essays 


854.71 


S: Dutch drama 


839.3233 


'Costa Rica " history 


972.86 


Costanzo, A. di Italian poetry 


851.41 


Coster hist, of printing 


655.112 


Costiveness diseases 


616.34 


Costume academic 


378.29 


ecclesiastical 


247.7 


hygiene 


613.48 


military 


355 


Costumes 


391 


'C6te d* Or, France history 


944.42 


Co-tenancy law 


347.2 


' Cdtes du Nord, France history 


944.12 


Cottages, laborers' architecture 


728.68 


mountain " 


728.7 


seaside " 


728.7 


Cottoid fishes zoology 


597-5 


Cotton agriculture 


633 


clothing, hygiene 


613.481 


dyeing chem. technol. 


667.3 



Cotton manufactures 677 

mills architecture 725.41 
trade agricultural products 338.1 

worm economic zoology 591.69 

pests 632 

Coughs and colds pathology 616.205 

Council, ecclesiastical polity 262.4 

general French local govt. 352.0442 

history, religious 270 * 
municipal, Fr. local govt. 352.0448 
oecumenical eccles. pol. 
of State French admin. 

German 
privy Eng. 



<f 



« 



262.5. 
354.4405 
354.4308 
354.4204 



Counsel, Christian, practical religion 241 
Counter-irritation therapeutics 615.771 

Counterfeiting, banks and money 332.9 

law 343 

Counterpoint music 781.4 

Country homes architecture 728.6 

of poor, architecture 728.12 
inns " 728.53 

mortality public health 614.145 
seats architecture 728.8 
County government admin. 352 

Eng. admin. 352.0421 
histories, British 942 

U. S. 974-979 

Couplings railroad engineering 625.2 
Courage ethics 179.6 

Courier de M^re, P. L., French essays 844.63 
' Courland, Russia history 947.4 

Courses, belt walls 721.25 

of reading reading and aids 028.3 
Court baron English law 347.99 

etiquette customs 395 

394.2 
architecture 725.15 

U. S. law 347.99 



fools 
houses 
of claims 



star chamber English law 347.99 



Topics In black face typ« ar« sab-dlTlded. Superior figures 

end of this Index. 

(449) 



supreme U. S. law 
Courtesy ethics 

Courts administration 
authority of 
ecclesiastical 
history of 
martial 
Courtship ethics 

Cousin eclecticism 

French philosophy 
Cousins, marriage of law 
Coutumes French law 

Covariants higher algebra 
Covenant meetings public worship 264.8 
Scotch, creeds 238.5 

Covenanters religious history 274.1 

refer to the tables at the 



347-99 
177.1 

351-94 

340 
262.9 

347.99 
344 
177.6 
148 

194.7 
347-6 
349-442 
512.88 



Covenanters 
Cymric 

Covenanters Scottish history 
Covenants for titles law 

religious creeds 
Coventry plays English drama 
Coverture law 

Covetousness ethics 

diseases 

ethics 

English poetry 



INDEX 



« 



it 



Cow-pox 

Cowardice 

Cowley, A. 

Cowper, W. 

Cows domestic animals 

Cozzens, F. S. American humor 

Crabs zo51ogy 

Cramp diseases 

Cranberries 

Cranes and elevators mill work 

zoology 

nat. hist, of man 



Craniidae 

Craniology 

Crannoges 

Crashaw, R. 

*Crasis 

Crassulaceae 

Craters 

Crates 

Crayfish 



941.06 

347-2 

238 

822.12 

347.9 
179.8 

616.913 

179.6 

821.46 

821.65 

636.2 

817.36 

595-36 

616.87 

634 
621.87 

594-8 

573-7 



prehistoric dwellings 571.83 



English poetry 
'* language 

botany 

seismology 

Greek philosophers 

zoology 
Crayon drawing 
Cream adulterations 

Cream of Tartar adulterations 
Creation evolution 

metaphysics 

natural theology 
Creative power mental faculties 
Creator doctrinal theology 

Crebillon, C. P. J. de fils French 

fiction 843.55 

P. J. de French drama 842.52 



82142 
421.2 

583.39 
551.21 

183.4 

595.37 

741 

614.324 

614-315 
575 

"3 

213 

155 

231.1 



Credibility of the Scriptures 
Credit and bonds insurance 

institutes loan institutes 
institutions administration 
mobilier U. S. history 
political economy 



Credo 

Credulity 

Creeds 



sacred music 



Anglican ritual 
dogmatic theology 238 



220.1 
368.8 

332-31 

35^.825 

973-8 

332.7 
783.22 

264.037 



public worship 
Cremation of the dead customs 

public health 
Crematories " " 

Creosoting building material 
Cresting roofs 

Crests heraldry 

Cretaceous era geology 

fossils, paleontology 
Crete ancient history 

Topics in black face type are 



' Crete modem history 

Cretinism diseases 

' Creuse, France history 
Creutz, G. F. Swedish poetry 



Crevasses 
Crewel work 
Cribbage 
Cribbing 
Cricket 



949.98 
616.997 

944.68 

839-7145 

551-31 
746 

795 
371.81 

797 



glaciers 
art needlework 
games 
student life 
amusements 
Crime and illiteracy public schools 379.21 

law 343 

' Crimea history 947-7 

Crimean war English history 942.08 

Russian " 947-07 

Crimes and punishments law 343*2 
Criminal classes reformatory assoc. 364 

courts administration 351*945 

law 343 

international 341*4 

trials, criminal law 343-1 

Criminals, education of 371-97 

juvenile 343 

lives 923.4 

Crinoidea zoology 593-9' 

Crises, commercial, political economy 332 

Criterion ethics 171 

Critical philosophy 142 

Criticism art 701 

biblical 220.7 

dramatic 792 

literary 801 

musical 780.1 

rhetoric 808 

' Croatia history 943-94 

^ Croatian language 491*83 

literature 891-83 

Crocheting 746 

Crockery pottery 738 

Crocodiles 598*14 

Crofton system prisons 365 
Croisade contre les Albigeois Pro- 

ven9al lit. 
' Cromarty, Scotland history 
Cromlechs prehistoric arch. 
Cromwell, O. English history 
R. " " 

264.5 Crop insurance 

393.2 Crops agriculture 

614.62 Croquet 

614.62 Cross (G: Eliot) English fiction 
691.1 Cross Christian sjrmbol 

721.56 legends concerning 

929.8 Croton aqueduct water-works 

551.77 oil vegeuble poisons 615.93 

560 Croup diseases 616.201 

939.18 Crowne, J. English drama 822.43 

»ub-dlvided. Superior figrures refer to the tables at tk* 
end uf this index. 

(450) 



849.122 
941.15 

571-94 
942.064 

942.065 
368.5 

633 
796 

823.88 

247.9 

398-2 
628.14 



INDEX 



Covenanters 
Cymric 



Crozier 
Crucibles 

Cruciferae 
Crucifix 



sacred furniture 
metallurgy 
practical chem. 
botany 

sacred furniture 
ethics 



« 



247.6 
669 

5424 

583123 

247.9 

179.3 
179.2 

797 



Cruelty to animals 
children 
Cruising boating 

Crusade, children's, European history 940.4 
Crusades European history 940.4 

religious ** 270.4 

Crusenstolpe, M. J., Swedish fiction 839.7362 
Crushing mining dangers 622.83 

ore preparation 622.73 

Crust of the earth geology 55i«i3 

Crustacea palaeontology 565-3 

zoology 595.3 

Cruz, R. de la, Spanish drama 862.43 

San Juan de la Spanish miscel. 868.34 
Cryptogamia 586 

Cryptographic art religious art 246.5 

Cryptography, secret writing 651 

Crystalline aggregations crystallog. 548.2 



limestone 
Crystallography 
Crystalloids 
Ctenophora 
'Cuba 



Cubature 
Cubics 



zoology 

history 

travels 

calculus 

analytic geometry 

modern " 
Cucurbitaceae botany 
Culdees religious history 

Cultivated plants landscape gard. 
Cultivation, land rent for 
Culture 

and religion 
self education 
vocal 
Cumberland, R: English drama 
* England history 



552.46 

548 

541.8 

593-8 

972.91 

917.291 

517.33 
516.59 

513-59 
583.461 

274,1 

716 

333-5 
301 

261.6 

374 
784.9 

822.65 

942.85 



army of U. S. history 973.74 



Presbyterian, sect 
Cuneiform inscriptions 
* language 

Cupping therapeutics 

Cups bronze age 

stone ** 
Cupuliferae botany 
Curative electricity therapeutics 

gymnastics " 

Cures, miraculous mirades 

therapeutics 
Curia regis 
Curiosa books 



285.3 
492.1917 

492.19 

61 5.8 1 1 

571.37 

571.27 

583-976 

615.84 

615.82 

23»-7 

615.85 

347-99 
099 



Curiosity 

Curling 

Currency 



amusements 796 

banking 332.5 

Currents, atmospheric, phys. geog. 551.51 

oceanic S5^'47 

Curriculum 375 

Cursores birds 598*5 

.Curtius Rufus, Quintus, Latin misc. 878.8 

Curvature geology 551.82 

of spine diseases 616.73 

Curve tracing calculus 517.24 

Curved surfaces analyt. geom. 516.4 

theory of calculus 517.26 

Curvembryeae botany 583.91 

Curves, analytic geometry 516.2 

geometry 513.2 
of double curvat., mod. geom. 513.58 

516.58 

517.24 

531.3 

725.14 

337 

390 

613.87 

399 
371.89 

336.26 

612.384 

616.5 

672 

655.32 
693.12 

5945 



•< 



mod. analyt. 
plane, theory of calculus 
Curvilinear motion physics 
Custom houses architecture 
Customs and duties tariff 
manners 
bad social hygiene 
of war 
student life 
taxation 
Cutaneous absorption physiology 
diseases pathology 
Cutlery manufacture 

Cuts practical printing 

Cutting of stone masonry 
Cuttle fish 



Cyanides 



chemical technology 661.7 



Cyanogen 

Cycadacese 

Cyclades 



narcotic poisons 
organic chemistry 
botany 
ancient history 

* modern " 
Cyclanthacex, botany 
Cycloidal curves anal, geometry 
Cyclones meteorology 
Cyclopean remains Greek archit. 
Cyclopedias, general 

* special, see subject. 
Cyclops zo51ogy 
Cylinder bridge engineering 

solid geometry 
Cylinders perspective 

Cylindric perspective descrip. geom. 515.62 

515-57 

721.43 
789.2 

491.65 

491.66 

891.66 



615.963 

547-1 

585-9 

939.15 

949-95 
584.62 

516.26 

55'-55 
722.8 

030 

595.31 
624.4 

513-43 
515.65 



«< 



*i 



projections 
Cylindrical vaults architecture 
Cymbals musical instruments 

Cymric group of languages 
* language 

literature 



Topics In black face type are sub-dlvlded. Saperlor flgrurea 

end of this index. 

(450 



refer to the tables at the 



Cynewulf 
Denmark 



INDEX 



Cynewulf Anglo Saxon poetry 829.4 



Cynic philosophy 

Cynicism 

Cyperaceae botany 

Cypher writing 

Cypriote architecture 

Cyprus ancient history 

' modern ** 



183.4 

584.84 

651 

722.3 

939-37 
956.4 



Cyrano de Bergerac, S. French fict. 843.46 



Cyrenaic philosophy 
Cyrenaica ancient history 



Cysts 

Cytlnaceae 

Da Caccia 

Dacia 

Dacites 

Daguerreotype 



diseases 

botany 

wind instruments 

ancient history 

lithology 



183.5 

93975 
616.993 

583.923 

788.7 

939.82 

552.26 

772 



Dahlstjema, G. E. Swedish fjoetry 839.7135 



' Dahna, Arabia history 

' Dahomey, Africa history 

Dairies architecture 

Dairy 

Dais architec. accessories 

' Dakota, U. S. history 

Dal in, Olof von Swedish poetry 

' Dalmatia, Germany 



Daltonism 
Damascus 

X 

Damnation 

D'amore 

Dams 



Dana, R. H. 

Dance-form 
music 
of death 



eye diseases 
ancient history 
modem '* 
travel 

doctrinal theology 
wind instruments 
mill engineering 
mining 
river 

American poetry 
piano music 
modern " 
emblems 



« 



<< 



Dances, war 
Dancing 



customs 
amusements 
customs 
ethics 
Danes, English history 

in England and Normandy 
Dangerous classes criminal law 
Dangers and accidents, min. eng. 622.8 
to workmen, political econ. 331.82 



953.7 
966.8 

728.96 

637 
729.93 

978.3 
839.7142 

94369 

617.75 
939.42 

956.9 

915.69 

237.6 

788.7 

621.29 

622.56 

627.8 

811.27 

786.45 

786.46 

246.5 

399 

793 

394.3 

175-3 
942.01 

948.02 
343 



Daniel Bible 

Daniel, S. English poetry 

Danish architecture Romanesque 

England English history 
* language 

literature 
Dante Alighieri Italian poetry 
»Dantzig history 

Topics In t>1«ck face type are 



Dantzig travel 914*312 

Danube river travels 914*96 

Danubian provinces history 949-6 

travels 914-96 

Daphnales botany 583.93 

Dare, Jeanne French history 944.026 

* Darf ur, Egypt history 962.7 

Darien expedition colonies 325.86 

emigrants 325.241 

foreign trade 382 

history 986 

engineering 626.9 

European history 94a i 

biology 575 

Danish poetry 839.8135 

chronology 902 

Italian essa3rs 854.54 

botany 583-469 

syntax Greek 485*5 

Latin 475.5 
' other languages 

Daudet, Alphonse French fiction 843.88 

' Dauphiny, France history 944*96 

Daurat, Jean French poetry 841.31 
Davanzati, Bernardo Italian essays 854.44 

Davenant, Sir W. English drama 822.41 

Davies, J. English poetry 821.35 

Day of judgment doctrinal theology 236.9 



isthmus 
ship canal 

Dark ages 

Darwinism 

Dass, Peder 

Dates 

Dati, Carlo 

Datisceae 

Dative case 



373-2 
529.1 

613.13 
529.2 
262.15 
614,763 



schools in termed, education 
sidereal and solar 
time of hygiene 
Days of the year chronology 
Deacon, Deaconess eccl. polity 
Dead animals air pollution 

disposal of the pub. health 6x4.6 
ministry of sacraments 265.8 

' Sea description 915.69 

transportation of, public health 614.63 
treatment of the, customs 393 
Deaf and dumb asylums, architecture 725.54 



education of 371*92 

institutions 362.4 

Deafness diseases 6x7.8 

Death after delivery obstetrics 618.79 

and resurrection 236 

biology 577.7 

dance of, emblems 246.5 

of foetus, pregnancy 618.33 

224.5 penalty, criminal law 343*2 

821.33 physiology 612.67 

723.48 rates public health 6x4. X2 

942.01 theology 236.1 

439.8 Deaths public health 6x4. X2 

839 8 registers of 929*3 

851.15 registration of, official 352.4 

943.12 statistics 3x2 

ftub-dlvlded. Superior tifpires refer to the tables at th« 
end of this Index. 

(452) 



INDEX 



Cynewulf 
Denmark 



Debates parliamentary 

rhetoric 
Debating societies self-culture 
Debility diseases 

Debt ethics 

floating, pol. econ. 

public " " 
Debtor and creditor law 
Decalogue Bible 

Decay of rocks, lithology 
Decidua pregnancy 

Decimal system arithmetic 

weights and measures 
Decision of character ethics 
Decisions of juries math. prob. 
Declamation rhetoric 
Declaration of Independence, U. S. 973.3 

Savoy creeds 238.5 

war internat. law 341*3 
Declarations law 347-92 

Declension of nouns English gram. 425.15 
' other languages 

Declination, variations of, astronomy 521.27 
Decline, period of physiology 612.67 

Decomposition, chemistry of 54* -3 

Decoration, architectural 729 

day U. S. history 973-76 

in relief architecture 729.5 



328 
808.5 

374-4 
616.986 

174.7 

336.32 

336.3 

347-7 
222.16 

552.7 
618.35 

511. 1 

389 

170 

519.3 
808.5 



•• 



Decorations 



interior 
roof 
heraldry 
Decorative art 
Decorum ethics 

Decrees, ecclesiastical polity 
Decretals ecclesiastical polity 262.6 

Roman Catholic church 282 



747 
721.56 

929.7 

740 

177.1 

262.6 



265.9 

252.7 

526.47 
526.48 

153.6 
162 

347.2 
622.24 



Dedication church ordinances 

sermons 
Deduction by Bessel geodesy 
Puissant " 
mental faculties 
Deductive logic 
Deeds law 

Deep boring minmg eng. 

sea dredging scientific voyages 508.3 
life botany 581.92 

zoology 59^-92 

sounding scientific voyages 508.3 
Deer stalking sports 799 

zoology 599.7 

Defacements of books, library econ. 024.8 

laws 02 1 .8 
Defamation law 347-5 

Defecation physiology 612.36 

Defects of body, congenital hygiene 613.91 
Defence of reliction apologetics 239 



Defensive operations, military eng. 
Definite integrals calculus 
Definitions of orbits astronomy 
Deflections of beams, girders, etc. 
De Foe, D. English fiction 
Deformities surgery 
Degeneration evolution 
Degrees, academic 

medical public health 
Deism natural theology 

Deists apologetics 

Deity doctrinal theology 

Deken, Agatha Dutch fiction 
Delavigne, J. F. C. French drama 

" poetry 

* Delaware, U. S. history 

* Co., N. Y. •* 

* Delhi history 

travels 
Delille, J. French poetry 

Delineation of woman in art 

literature 
Delirium tremens pathology 
Delisle's method astronomy 
Deliveries and branches lib. econ. 
Deltas physical geography 

Deluge Genesis 

geological agents 
Delusions 

religious 
Demagogy politics 
Demand and supply prices 

wages 

* Demerara history 

travels 
Democracy form of state 

social 
Democratic party 

Democritu.s Greek philosophers 
Demography statistics 
Demonetization 
Demoniac possession, doctrinal theol. 235 



623.3 
517-32 

521.31 
624.2 

823.51 

6x7.3 
575-7 
378.2 

614.21 
211 

239.5 
231 

839.3342 
842.72 
841.72 

975-1 

974-736 

954-5 

9»5.45 
841.54 

396.7 
396.8 
616.861 

523-93 
022.1 

551.48 
222.11 
551.92 

133 

329 

338.5 

331-2 

988 

918.8 

321.4 

335-5 

329-3 

182.7 

3" 
332.47 



Demon ology dogmatics 
witchcraft 
Demosthenes Greek oratory 
Demulcents therapeutics 
* Denbigh, Wales, history 
Dendrology botany 
Dengue diseases 

Denials, special apologetics 
Denina, Carlo, Italian essays 
Denmark administration 

antiquities 
architecture 
botany 
colleges 



235 

133.4 

885.6 

615.735 

942.93 
582 

61.9216 

239.9 
854.62 

354-489 
913.489 

720.9489 

581.9489 

378.489 



Topics in black face tjrpe are sab-divided. Superior flgnres refer to the tables at the 

end of this Index. 

(453) 



Denmark 
Diluvial 



INDEX 



Denmark constitutional law 342.489 



Descartes 



Descent 



education 370'9489 

finance 336.489 

geology 55489 

history 948.9 

laws 349489 

maps 912.489 

religious history 274.89 

schools, public 379-489 

statistics 314-89 

travel 914.89 

treaties 341.2489 

zoology 591-9489 

other topics see table i. 
Dennis, J. English drama 822.51 

Denominations, Christian 280 

Density gravity 531-54 

of earth, astronomy 525.12 
Dental periosteum, diseases of 617.63 

pulp, diseases of dentistry 617.61 
Dentine, diseases of dentistry 617.62 

Dentistry 617.6 

Dentists' registration. State control of 614.24 
Denudation geology 551 '3 

Deodorants external therapeutics 615.777 
Deodorization of sewage 628.32 

Deodorizers contagious diseases 614.482 
Departmental commission French 

local government 352.0443 
French local gov. 352.0441 
library admin. 025 

U. S. government 353.04 

geology 551.3 

evidence 347-94 

Deposits, thick, working of mining 622.35 
Depravity natural theology 216 

pessimism 149.6 

total, theology 233.2 

Depressants, circulator)', therapeutics 61 5.716 
nervous " 615.786 

Depressions, industrial polit. econ. 338 
Depth and alignment of sewers 628.218 

De Quincey, T. English essays 824.81 

Derangement, mental 132 

* Derby, England history 942.51 

Derivation of words, com. philol. 412 
^ Eng. language 422 

Dermal respiration zoology 591.122 

Dermatology anatomy 611.77 

. animals 59^-49 

pathology 616.5 

physiology 612.79 

Dermoskeleton, comparat. anatomy 591.49 

descriptive anatomy 591.79 
Deroulide, P., French poetry 841.86 

Derricks engineering 621.86 

Topics In black face type are sub-divided. Superior figures 

eud of this index. 

(454) 



Departments 



Deposition 

Depositions 



Dervishes 297 

D^saugiers, M. A. M., French poetry 841.65 



empiricism 144 

French philosophy 194. i 

genealogy 929 

of man evolution 575-8 

rules of law 347-6 

Deschamps, £mile French poetry 841.73 

Eustache, " satire 847.13 
Desclot, Bernardo Catalan misc. 849.9812 

Description travel 910 

Descriptive anatomy botany 581*7 

man 61 z 

zoology 591.7 

astronomy 523 

geometry 515 

Deserts physical geography 551*58 

Deshoulieres, A. French poetry 841.46 

Design, architectural 729 

arguments from 239 

arts of 740 

Designing decoration 745 

Designs engineering 620.04 

mosaic arch. 7^*7 

Desmidiaceae algae 589.61 

Desperriers, B. French fiction 843.32 

Desportes, P. " poetry 841.38 

Despotism form of state 321.6 

Despots Italian history 945-05 

Despourrins, C. Proven9al poetry 849.142 

Destouches, P. N. French drama 842.53 

Detached city houses architec. 728.3 

Detection of fire protection of life 614.842 

Detectives 352-2 

Determinants algebra 512.83 

Determination of earth's figure 526.1 

orbits astron. 521.3 
Determinations, astron. geodesy 526.6 



Determinative mineralogy 


5491 


Determinism doctrinal theology 


2349 


philosophy 


159 


Detritus geology 


552-51 


'Detroit, Mich., history 


977.4 


travels 


917.74 


Deuteronomy Bible 


222.15 


^Deutsch, Piatt language 


4394 


literature 


8394 


' Deux Sevres, France history 


944.62 


Developing interest in libraries 


021.7 


method of teaching 


371.34 


Development 




incomplete, deformities 


617.31 


intellectual, and church 


261.5 


nutrition 


591.135 


of embryo abnormal 


617.3 


embryology 


591.33 



refer to the tables at the 



INDEX 



Denmark 
Diluvial 



Development of embryo physiology 612.64 

germ-cells zoology 591.172 

591171 

612.66 

612.6 

526.83 

239.8 

575-6 
525-37 



spcrra-cclls " 
period of full, phys. 
physiology 
projections, geodesy 
theory apologetics 
evolution 
Deviation of falling bodies astron. 



the compass, magnetism 538.7 



Devices, special, perspective 
Devil, personal theology 

worship 
Devils dogmatics 

' Devon, England history 
Devonian age geology 

fossils, paleontology 
Devotional exercises prayer 
sermons 
theology 

meteorology 
chem. technology 
lithology 
diseases 
doctrine 
Diagnosis of pregnancy 

pathology 
Diagram of work physics 
Dial telegraphs communication 



Dew 

Dextrose 

Diabase 

Diabetes 

Diabolism 



Dialectics 
^ Dialects 



logic 

English language 

literature 



515.68 

235 
290 

235 

942.35 

551-74 

560 

264.1 

252.4 

240 

551-57 
664.1 

552.34 
616.63 

235 
618.22 

6x6.07 

53 1 -42 

654.3 
x6o 



Dialing 
Dialogues 
Dials 
Dialysis 



entertamments 

chronology 

qualitative analysis 
Diamagnetism, magnetism 
Diameter of earth 
Diamonds economic geology 

mineralogy 
Diapensiaceae, botany 
Diaphoretics therapeutics 
Diaphragm anatomy 
* Diarbekr, Asiatic Turkey history 956.6 
Diaries biography 920 

Diarrhoea, epidemic diseases 616.934 

pathology 616.34 

public health 614.517 

Diarrhceal diseases pub. health 614.513 
Diastase materia medica 615.35 

Diatessaron harmonies of gospels 226.1 



529.78 

793 
529.78 

544.5 

538-4 

525-13 

553.« 

549-2 

583.65 

615.743 
611.26 



Diathermancy, heat 

Diatomaceous earth, petrography 

Diatoms 

Diazo-bodies organic chemistry 

Dice ethics 



Dice games 795 

Dickens, C: English fiction 823.83 

Dicotyledonae botany 583 

Dictatorship 321.6 

^ Dictionaries English language 423 
^ of quotations, Eng. lit. 828 

' special, see subject 

Dictionary catalogs ozg 

library admin. 025.3 
Didactic poetry American poetry 811.05 

English " 821.05 

theology 241 

Diderot French philosophers 194.5 

546.64 
736 

352.0433 
613.2 

613.21 

616.39 

613.2 

517.6 



Didymium metals 

Die sinking 

Diet, circle German local gov. 
hygiene 

Dietaries hygiene 

Dietetic diseases pathology 

Dietetics hygiene 

Differences, finite calculus 

of triangles trigonom. 514.8 

Differential calculus 517.2 

equations calculus 517.38 
variations astronomy 522.74 



Differentiation evolution 
Diffraction acoustics 

optics 
Diffuse affections of skin 
Diffusion absorption physiology 
Digestion, aids to therapeutics 
animals 
man 
plants 
Digestive secretion in animals 
system, anatomy 
diseases of 
drugs acting on 6x5.73 
surg. operations 617.43 
Digests of cases, American law 345.5 

Eng. " 346.5 
statutes Am. *' 3453 
Eng. " 346.3 
cerebro-cardiac poisons 61 5.99 



575-2 

534.2 

535-4 

616. SI 

612.383 

6x5.734 

59»-i32 
6x2.3 

581.132 

591.143 
6XX.3 

6x6.3 



Digits, extra 

Dignities 

Dikes 



615.761 
615.32381 
61 5.7 1 1 
617.36 

929.7 

551.88 



Digitalis 

diuretics 

materia medica 

stimulants 

deformities 

heraldry 

geology 

river and harbor eng. 627.4 

536.35 Dilatation gases 533.2 

552.57 of OS and cervix, obstet. operat. 618.84 

589.61 Diligence ethics 179-9 

547.8 Dilleniaceae botany 583.112 

175.5 Diluvial deposits geology 55^-35 

Topics in black face tjrpe are «nb-divided. Superior flgn^res refer to the tables at the 

end of this index. 

(4SSt 



Dimension 
Dongola 

Dimension, fourth geometry 

stone foundations 
Dimensions of earth 

sun 
' Diminutives, Latin etymology 
Dimorphism crystallography 
Dining domestic economy 

Dinners " " 

Dinosauria reptiles 
Diocesan schools education 
Diocese ecclesiastical polity 

Diodorus Greek philosophers 

Diogenes " " 

Diophantine analysis algebra 
Dioptrics optics 

Diorite lithology 

Dioscoreaceae, botany 
Dip of rocks geology 
Diphenyl group organic chemistry 



INDEX 



Diphtheria 

^ Diphthongs 
Diplomacy 



diseases 
public health 
English language 



Diplomas 



Dipropargyl 

Dipsacese 

Dipsomania 

Diptera 



international law 
school organization 
Diplomatic hist. Amer. civil war 
^ Diplomatics English language 
paleography 
organic chem. 
botany 

mental derangements 
temperance 
insects 
Dipterocarpeae botany 
Direct probabilities mathematics 

taxation, political economy 
Direction, calculus of, analyt. geom. 
Directions, method of, geodesy 
Directories 

Directors library government 

Directory, 1795-99, French history 
Disabilities, political suffrage 
Disability, inherited mental hygiene 
Disasters at sea adventures 

navigation 
Discharge of sewage into sea 

wastes into streams 
water engineering 
Disciples of Christ sects 
Disciplinary power administration 
Discipline, civil service 

college education 
ecclesiastical polity 
education 
mental education 
military military science 
Topics lu black face type are 8ub' 



513.8 
721. II 

525-13 

52371 

472.5 

548.3 

643 

643 
598.19 

377-4 
262.3 

183.6 

183.4 

5»2.23 

535-3 

552.36 

584.27 

551.85 

547-27 
616.931 
614.512 
421.2 

341.7 
371-29 

973-72 
421.7 

417 

547-24 

583-541 

1327 
178 

595-77 

583.167 

519.1 

336.21 
516.8 

526.54 
910 
023.3 
944.045 
324.1 
613.92 
910.4 
'656 
628.39 
628.541 
627.1 
289.2 

35«-92 

351-4 

371-5 
262.9 

371.5 
370. 1 

355 

divided. 



Discipline, prison 
Discomycetes botany 



Discophora 
Discount 
Discounts 
Discourses 



365 

589-233 
593-77 
332.8 

025.3 
25* 



zoology 
banking 

library book-buying 
theology 
' see subject 

Discoverers* lives 923.9 

Discoveries geography 9x0 

science, history 509 

useful arts 608 

Discovery, art of 

Discriminants, algebra 512.85 

Discussion, freedom of free speech 323 
Disease germs, medicine 616.01 

Diseased meat, poisons 615.94 

Diseases 616 

animals veterinary med. 619 

zo51ogy 591.2 

contag., gen., pub. health 614.4 
of domes, animals 614.91 
spec, pub. health 614.5 
eye surgery 617.7 

of pregnancy 6x8.3 

teeth dentistry 617.C 

plants 581.^1 

classification of, nosology 616.0Z 
commun. to man, animal hyg. 614.93 

pub. health 6x4.56 
inherited hygiene 613.93 

mental, medicine 6x6.8 

mind and body X32 

of children medicine 618.9 

ear surgery 617.8 

women pathology 618 

puerperal obstetrics 6x8.7 

Disfranchisement suffrage 324.1 

Dishes pottery 738 

Disinfectants, contagious dis. 6x4.482 

external therapeutics 615.777 
Disinfection, contagious diseases 6x4.48 
of sewage 628.32 

the dead, pub. health 61 4.64 
Disintegration geol. agents 551-9 

Dislocations geology 55^-87 

surgery 617.16 

Disorders of vision eye diseases 617.75 
Dispensaries institutions 362.1 

pharmacy 615.4 

Dispensatories, materia medica 61 5.12 

Dispersion optics 535-4 

Displacement of molecules, phys. 539.5 

parts deformities 617.38 
Display in printing 655.26 

social ethics 177-4 

Disposal of sewage, san. eng. 628.3 
Superior figures refer to tlie tables at the 



end of this Index. 



(456) 



INDEX 



Dimension 
Dongola 



Disposal of the dead, pub. health 614.6 
wastes 628.54 

Disproportionate growth, defonnities 617.37 



Disputations religion 


204 


' see subject 




Disraeli, B. English fiction 


823.86 


Dissection anatomy, animal 


591.7 


human 


611.07 


ethics 


179.4 


laws state control of 614.22 


Dissenters English religious hist 


. 274.2 


Dissipation ethics 


178 


Distance of earth from sun 


525-15 


moon 


523-31 


stars 


523.81 


Distances, measurement, surveying 


526.92 


Distemper painting 


698.2 


Distillation chemical technology 


668.7 


practical chemistry 


542.4 


Distilled beverages adulterations 


614.345 


chem. tech. 


663.5 


Distilleries architecture 


725.42 


Distilling air pollution 


614.732 


Distortions and corrections, geom. 515.66 


congenital surgery 


617-39 


Distriburing machines printing 


655.28 


Distribution, arch, elevation 


729.12 


plan 


729.22 


of animals 


591.9 


plants 


581.9 


time chronology 


529.76 


political economy 


338 


statical electricity 


537.22 


tide astronomy 


52563 



I< 



wealth, political economy 331 
Distributive co-operation 334-5 

laws, solar system 523.21 

'District of Columbia, U. S., history 975.3 

345-41 
884 

615.761 
52563 

^33-3 
231.4 

265.8 

232.8 

231.8 

231-5 
214 

321.6 

264 

533-86 

627 

622.12 

7274 

207 



court reports, 
Dithyrambics Greek lyrics 
Diuretics therapeutics 

Diurnal inequality of tides 
Divination magic 
Divine attributes doctrinal theol. 

healing 

humanity Christology 

justice 

Providence doctrinal theol. 
natural " 

right of kings pol. sci. 

service public worship 
Diving bells pneumatics 

submarine 
Divining rod 
Divinity schools architecture 

theology 
Topics In black face type 



<i 



Divinity theology 
Divorce ethics 

law 

public health 
Dochmii Greek prosody 

Dock buildings architecture 
Docks harbor engineering 

Dockyards " 

Doctors* lives 
Doctrinal sermons 

theology 

Doctrines, heresies, religious hist. 273 
Documents, public 328 

library economy 025.8 
Dog fighting ethics 175.6 

taxation political economy 336.27 
Dog^a 230 

Dogmas religious history 273 

Dogmatic sermons 252.3 

Dogmatics 230 

Dogs, diseases of comparative med. 619.7 



230 

I73-I 
347.6 
614.18 
486.3 

725-34 
627.3 

627.3 

926.1 

252.3 
230 



636.7 
599-7 
552.3s 
571.94 

552.55 

347-2 

336.1 

729.34 
721.46 



domestic animals 
zoology 
Dolerite lithology 

Dolmens prchist. arch. 

Dolomite lithology 

Domain, eminent law 

state finance 
Domes architectural design 

architecture 
observatories astron. 522.12 
roofs 721.57 

Domesday book Eng. finance 336.42 
Domestic animals 636 

infect, diseases of 614.91 
architecture 728 

ashes and garb., san. eng. 628.44 
duties ethics 173 

economy 640 

education 376.3 

mammals 599-7 

medicine 6z6.oa 

relations law 347-6 

political sci. 323 
service 647 

trade 381 

use and waste of water 628.17 
worship, family prayer 249 
Domestication, effect on animals and 



plants 
law 

monastic orders 
games 
sects 



Domicile 

Dominicans 

Dominoes 

Donatists 

* Donegal, Ireland history 

' Dongola, Egypt ** 

are sub-divided. Superior figures refer to the 
end of this Index. 

(457) 



575-2 

347.1 
271.2 

795 
281.4 

941.63 

962.5 

tables at the 



Doni 
Dwarfs 



INDEX 



Doni, Anton Francesco, Italian fiction 853.42 
Donkeys domestic animals 636.1 

Donne, J. English satire 827.35 

Doors arch, construction 721.8 

729-38 
944.72 

938.01 

729.32 

938.3 



it 



design 
* Dordogne, France history 
Dorian migration Greek history 
Doric order architecture 
Doris ancient history 

Dormer windows arch, construction 721.55 



Dormitories 



729-35 
727.2 

371.87 

942.33 
238.42 

284.2 

220.52 



design 
architecture 
student life 
' Dorset, England history 
Dort confession 

synod of 
Douay Bible Eng. version 
Double bass stringed instruments 787.4 
bassoon, wind " 788.8 

curvature, curves of geom. 513.58 

mod. anal." 516.58 
of spine 
curved lines, descriptive 

surfaces " 
riowers floriculture 

morphology 
refraction optics 
standard coins, money 
stars astronomy 

» Doubs, France history 
Doubt metaphysics 

Douche baths hygiene 
Douglas, G. English poetry 
Dovizi, Bernardo Italian drama 
Dower law 

' Down, Ireland history 



li 



« 



616.73 

5^5-13 

5»5.i5 
716.2 

581.4 

535-5 
332-42 

523-84 
944.46 

121 

613.44 
821.24 

852.32 

347.^ 
941.65 



Drachmann, Holger Danish fiction 839.8366 



I 



Draco's code 
Dragon flies 
Drainage 



* Dresden 



Dress 



Grecian history 93S.01 

insects 595-73 

agriculture 631 

engineering 627.5 

house 628.6 

land 627.5 

natural min. eng. 622.52 

of cities 628.2 

mines 622.5 

sewage farms 628.367 

public health 614-77 

' Drama, English literature 822 

French " 842 

German " 832 

Greek " 882 

Italian " 852 

Latin •• 872 

miracle plays Eng. lit. 822.1 

gen. hist. S09.2 

Topics in black face type are sub-divided. Superior 

eud <if thi9« index. 

(45^^) 



Drama, miracle plays religion 

moral influence of ethics 
sacred 

Spanish literature 
Dramas Amer. civil war 

Dramatic amusements 
art theatre 
biography actors 
^ Eng. authors 

composition 
criticism 
history 
music 

orchestral music 
Dramatists' lives, Eng. 
Drastics cathartics 

Draughts games 

Dravidian architecture 
language 
literature 
Drawbridges engineering 
Drawing 

architectural 
books 

elementary education 
engineering 
mechanical 
room amusements 
topographical 
Drawings, architectural 
detail building 
general " 
linear 

prehistoric arch. 
Drayton, M. English poetry 
Dream btpoks folk-lore 
Dreams 
Dredging 



engmeermg 

machinery 

scientific voyages 

history 

travels 

costume 

ecclesiastical 

ethics 



Dressing hair 

of stone 



masonry 



244 
175-2 

244 
862 

973-79 
792 

792 

927-92 

928.22 

808:2 
792 
792 
789 
785.2 
928.22 
615.7325 

794 
722.4 

494 
894 
624.8 
740 

744 
740 

372.5 
620.04 

621.004 

793 
526.98 

729 

^2.2 

692.1 

741 

571-71 
821.34 

398-7 

135 
627.7 

627.7 

508-3 

943-21 

914.321 

391 

247.7 

J 77-4 

39' -5 
693.12 



tt 



<i 



ore mining engineering 622.7 

622.79 
646 

571." 
622.26 

355 
621.95 

622.23 
543-1 



works 
Dressmaking 

Drift remains prehist. archaeol. 
Drifting and tunneling mining 
Drill military science 

Drilling mech. engineering 

mining " 
Drink chem. analysis 



flffures refer 1u the table* at the 





INDEX 


DonI 








Dwarfs 


Drink Eng, social ethics 


178.3 


' Dukes Co., Mass, history 


974-« 


usages customs 


3W-' 


Dulcimer music 


7S7.9 


Drinks, cold hygiene 


6.3.36 


Dumas, A. tils drama 842.84 


hot 


613-37 


A. D., the elder Fr. " 


842.77 


intoxicating ethics 


178.1 


fiction 843.76 


mixing of. manufaclures 


663.8 


Dumb asylums 


361.4 


Drives landscape gardening 


7>3 


bells gymnastics 


613.71 


Driving 


798 


education of 


37 1 -9* 


' DrAmc, France history 


944.98 


' Dumbarton, Scotland history 


941.37 


Dcopsy diseases 


6[6 


' Dumfries. " " 


941.48 


Droseracea: botany 


583-393 


Dunbar, W : English poetry 


82.-23 


Droughts . meteorology 


SS'-57 


' Dunbarton Scotland 


941-37 


Drowning protection of life 


614.81 


Dunes 


55133 


Drugs 


615.1 


Dunkers Itaptists 




adtilte ration of 


614,35 


Dunlap, W : American dranu 


812.M 


analytic chemistry 


543.4 


Duns Scoius medieval philosophe 


S.89.4 


economic botany 


581.63 


Duodecimals arithmetic 


Sti.i 


intoxicating ethics 


178.8 


Duodenum diseases 


6.6.34 


Druids 


199-16 


nj])lcx lelegraplis communication 


654-2 


Drum musical instruments 


789.1 


Duplicates, sale of library economy 025.* 




821.36 


Duplication, apjiarent deformities 


617-34 




665.7 


Dupont. Pierre French poetry 


841.8a 


Drums mining engineering 


622.67 


Durango. Mexico history 


972.1 



Drunkenness criminal law 
Druses religion 

Dry docks engineering 
goods trade production 
method qualitative 

quantilativi 



Drying 
Dualism 



engraving 

Knglish po.lry 
practical printing 
ontology 



Duality moJ. geomelty 

DuBellay.J. I'lCTich poelry 
' Dublin, Ireland history 
travel 
university 
Ducis, J, F. French drama 
Duck-billed platypus loology 
Duck roofing building 
Ductility molecular physics 

Ducts air, ventilation 

kidney anatomy 

Dudevant, A. L. A, D. French fict. 
Duelling ancient law 

criminal " 

ethics 
Duels vocal music 

Du Fail, NoKI. French fiction 
Dufresny.C. K. " drama 
Topics In blnck tmvtt type an 



914.183 

378.415 
842.61 
599-1 
695.8 

539- 5^ 
697.9 
61. .61 
616.61 
843.S2 
340.3 



784.R2 
84334 
842,47 



D'Urfey, T. English humor 8*7.44 

Durham, JUngland history 94J.S1 

Dust, air pollution 614.71 

cosmic dcBciiplive astronomy 523.16 

inhalation of hyg. of employ. 613.63 

prevention of, in factories 628.511 

' Dutch Bast Indies history 091 

' Guiana " 98a 

travels 918,8 

* language 439.3 

literature 8393 

painting 759.9 

Reformed church 284.1 

in America 285.7 
republic history 949.1 

Dutchess Co., N, V. history 974.733 

Duties and customs, tariff 337 

moral ethics 170 

of children ethics 173.6 



husbands and w 

parents 

[lulilk olTicCT^ 

domestic 



«73-3 



647 



divided. Siip«ri< 
>Dd at ttil* Indei 

(4S9) 



remitted library aid 021.9 

social ethics 177 

stamp, political economy 336.17 

Duty free import, for colleges 337.8 

religion 233.4 

Du Vair, Guillaume French essays 844,41 

Dwarfs biology 573-8 

rvfep to tl>* UUei at U>« 



Dwelling 
Egypt 

Dwelling houses architecture 

hygiene 
sanitation 
Dwellings prehistoric 
Dwight, Timothy, American poetry 
Dyadic arithmetic 



INDEX 



* Dyaks 
Dyeing 

Dyes, aniline 
Dykes 



history 

chem. technology 



« 



« 



engineermg 
geology 
Dynamical electricity 

geology 
Dynamics 

celestial 
electro 
Dynamite chemical technology 



728 

613.51 

628.6 

571.8 

811.22 

511. 1 

991. 1 

667.2 

667.2 

627.4 

551 

537-5 

551 

531-3 

5«.i 

537.6 

662.2 



storage protec. of life 614.833 



Dynamo-machines, engineering 
Dynamometer 



Dynamos 
Dysentery 

Dyspepsia 

Ear anatomy 



electro dynamics 
diseases 
public health 
dietetic diseases 
dis. of digestive sys. 616.33 

611.85 



621.31 
53^-21 

537.83 
616.935 

614.516 

616.39 



deaf and dumb asylums 



arch, 
surgery 



diseases 
hospitals 

architecture 
physics 
physiology 
psychology 
Early Christian architecture 
Christians history 
education, elementary 
English Text Society 
' forms of English language 
Greek philosophy 
institutions political science 
printed books 
rising hygiene 

Earth, astronomy 

burial of dead customs 

pub. health 
closet system sanitation 
figure of 

internal heat of geology 
physical geology 
rotation of astronomy 
structure of, physical geol. 551. i 
surface features 551-4 

Earthenware chemical technology 666.6 
Earthquakes 551.22 

Earth's attraction of moon 5-3-33 



362.4 

725-54 
617.8 

362.1 

725-51 

534.7 
612.85 

152.2 

723.1 
270.1 

37a 
820.6 

427.01 

182 

321. 1 

093 

613.79 

5*5 

393-1 
614.61 1 

628.43 

526.1 

551.12 

551 

525-35 



Earth's figure 

surface, irregularities of 
Earthwork engineering 
Earthworks fortifications 
Easements law 
East and West, religious schism 

India Company 
' Indian archipela go, history 

languages 
' Indies 
> Dutch 

* Prussia 



<• 



M 



•I 



travels 



River bridge 
Russia 



526. z 

526.64 

623.1 

347.2 
270.3 

382 

991 

491-4 

954 

991 

943." 
914.311 



Turkestan 



Easter 



history 
travels 
history 
travels 

Anglican calendar 

chronology 

music 



engineering 624.5 
947.8 
914.78 
951.6 
915.16 



Eastern churches 



Eating 



empire 

Pacific ocean phys. geog. 
question, Turkish history 
states U. S. history 

customs 

diet, hygiene 

botany 



<( 



Ebenaceae 
Ebenales 
Ebers, G : German fiction 
Eccentricity in manners ethics 
of orbit of earth 



264.031 
529.6 

783-28 
281.5 

949-5 
551.466 

949.6 

974 

394-1 

613.2 

583.685 

583.68 

833-86 
177 

525-33 



Eccentrics, lives of 

machinery 
Ecclesiastes Bible 
Ecclesiastical antiquities 

architecture 



seasons 525.52 
920.8 
621.85 
223.8 
209 
726 
246 
922 



art ecclesiolog^ 
biography 
calendar chronology 529.6 
ceremonies customs 394.4 
costume 247 

councils 262.4 

courts 348 

fasts person, relig. 248 
public worship 264 
feasts 264 

furniture ecclesiol. 247 
history 270 

Latin, modem philol. 479 
law canon law 348 

legends 209 

for special topics see topic 
music 783 



TopicB In black face type are sub-divided. Superior flgrure* refer to the tables at the 

end of this Index. 

(460) 





INDEX 




Dwelling 










Egypt 




aSa 


Education of voters 


3'4 


statistics 


209 




women 


376 


trials 


^62.9 




young 


37a 


vestments, eccles. 


J477 






35' -851 


Ecclesiastics lives biography 913 




self 


374 


Ecclesiasticus Bible 


**9-4 






37M 


Ecciesiology church 


361 






607 




146 




special, see subject. 




Echinoderms, paleontology 


563.9 




loBlogy 


593.9 




ethics 


171.7 


Echinoidea 


S93-95 




reports, public 


379 


Eclampsia diseases 


£16.845 




sermons 


252.5 


Eclectic medidne 


615-5 


Educator, library as 




philosophy 


143 


Educators' lives 


9»3-7 


Eclipses, finding longitude by 


525.48 


Edvrard I. English hisloir 


94»-03S 


of moon 


5^3-38' 




II. 


942-036 


sun 


5^3-78 




111. 


941.037 


theory 


5=1.8 




IV. 




Ecliptic, inclination of equator to 


5^5-5' 




V, 


SM2-04S 


plane of astronomy 


SSS-3S 




VI. 


94S-OS3 


solar system 


S^3.*6 


Edwards, J. American philosophe 


rs 191.1 


Economic botany 


581.6 


Effect and cause metaphysics 




chemistry, chem. tech 


.eso 


perspective arch, design 


729-' 5 


geology 


553 


Ellen, 


. van Dutch essays 


839-34A 


Economics politicaleconomy 


59>.6 


Effigies 


monumental 


7.8 
6aS.sa 
532.56 . 


33* 
640 


Efflux 


hydraulics 


ethics 


174 


Egg-shape of sewers 


6:8.114 


library 


010 


Eggles 


on,I-:dward, .American fiction 81341 


political 


330 


Eggs 


oology 


598.2 


Ecstasy religion 


248 


Egina marbles, anc sculpt. 


733 


Ecstatics mental derangements 


'32-S 


Egoism 


elhjc- 


171.9 


Ectopic gestation, diseases of wome 


■ 618.3. 


Egypt 


administration 


3H-6" 


Ectoioa animal parasites 


6.6.96S 




antiquities 


913-32 


■Ecuador history 


9S6 




architecture 


722.Z 


travels 


918,6 




art 


709-32 


Ecumenical council eccles. polity 


26..S 




botany 


58t.96« 


religious his 


.370,1 




finance 


336-6* 


Eczema dermatology 


616.52 




geology 


556a 


Eddas Korse literature 


839.6 




hieroglyphics 


493-' 


Eden original home of ma 


« 572-4 




history, ancient 


93^ 


Edentata mammals 


599-3 




modem 


96a 


Edgeworth,M. i-:ngllsh fiction 


823.71 


* 


language, old 


4931 


Ed'Ct of Names Huguenot hist. 


584.5 




maps 


gta.ea 


•Edinburgh, Scotland history 


941.44 






iW-3' 




914.144 




obelisks monuments 


718 


university 


378.41 




philosophers 


iS[.2 


Editions, choice of reading and aids 028.2 






9'3-3' 


Editorial work 


070 




religion 


299-3' ■ 


Edom ancient history 


939-46 




schools 


379- 6s 


Education 


370 


■ 


Soudan history 


962.6 


and the church 


^6.-5 




travels 


916. Z6 


" " " 


377-8 




statistics 


316,2 


In relation to labor 


331-85 




travel 


916.1 


industrial syslems 


37 ■■42 




treaties 


341-262 


useful arts 


607 




other topics sec table 1. 




Toplfsa In blwk time type are tub 


-divided. 


Saperlo 


flKOrea refer to the tab 


«■ at tbe 



Egyptology 
England 

Egyptology antiquities 
Ehrensvard, T. C. Gyllembourg- 



INDEX 



913-32 



Danish fiction 


839.8361 


Eichendorff, J., German poetr}' 


831.72 


Eilschov, F. K. Danish miscellany 839.8843 


Ejectment law 


347-2 


Elaeagnaceae botany 


583-935 


Elasmobranchii fishes 


597-3 


Elasticity physics 


539-3 


Elateridae zoology 


59576 


Elatinea: botany 


583.161 


Elci, A. M. d* Italian satire 


857.66 


Elders ecclesiastical polity 


262.15 


Eleatic Greek philosophers 


182.3 


Election doctrinal theology 


234.9 


frauds, U. S. 


324-73 


sermons 


252.6 


Elections, city administration 


352.004 


political science 


324 


U. S. law 


324-73 


Elective franchise 


324 


system education 


375-04 


Electoral commission U. S. history 


973-8 


system polit. science 


321.8 


Electric apparatus, inspection pro- 


tection of life 


614.836 


engineering 


621.3 


heating building 


697-7 


light libraries 


022.7 


mech. eng. 


621.32 


physics 


537.83 


manipulation chemistry 


542.8 


measurements 


537.7 


measuring of temperature 


536.53 



phenom. of muscles, physiol. 612.743 

physics 537.4 

railways engineering 62 1 .^^ 

shock surgery 617.12 

signals 537.88 

telegraph, communication 654 
Electricity 537 

applied 537.8 

hygiene 613.16 

therapeutics 615.84 

Electro-ballistic machines projectiles 623.4 
biology animal magnetism 134 , 

622.23 
522.52 
537-6 
5383 
537.85 



Electrolysis quantitative analysis 545.3 



Electrometers 
Electrostatics statical 
Electrotyping printing 
Eleemosynary institutions 
'Elegiac poetry, English lit 

Greek " 
Latin " 
Elementary education 

forms arch, design 



537.25 

537-2 

655.22 

361 

821.04 

884 

874 

372 
729.3 



^ readers Eng. language 428.6 

theory of music 781.2 

Elements, chemical chem. tech. 661.1 

chemistry 546 

required architec. design 729.21 
Elephants mammals 599*6 

Eleusinian mysteries Greek antiq. 913.38 

mythol. 292 
Elevated ground hygiene 613.12 

railroad, engineering 625.4 

stations architect. 725.318 



temperature hygiene 
ways public health 
Elevation architec. design 
Elevations meteorology 
Elevators, grain architecture 
mech. engineering 

* Elgin, Scotland history 

marbles 
Elian philosophers Greek philos. 
Eliesen, Povel, Danish miscellany 
Eliminants algebra 
Eliot, George English fiction 
Elis ancient history 

Elixir of life alchemy 
Elizal>eth, Queen English history 
Elizabethan persecutions ** 

Ellipse analytical geometry 

geometry 
Ellipsis English language 

^ other languages 

Ellipsoid analytical geometry 

Ellipsoidal figure geodesy 
Ellipsoids, potentials of 
Elliptic functions calculus 
Ellipticity, law of geodesy 

* Elmira, N. Y. history 
Elocution 



vocal culture 



Eloquence 



blasting mining 

chronograph, astronomy 

dynamics 

magnetism 

metallurgy 537.85 ' ' English oratory 

motors machines 621.31 1 Elves folk-lore 

science 537.83 Elzevir editions rare printing 

physiology, animal magnetism 134 Emanation metaphysics 

plating metallurgy 537.85 Emancipation of slaves 

Electrokinetics dynamical 537.5 U. S. history 973.71 

Topica in black face type are finb-divlded. Superior flg^ures refer to the tables at th« 

end of this index. 

(462) 



613.64 

614.782 

729.1 

551.53 

725-36 
621.87 

941.23 

733 
183.7 
839.8822 
512.85 
823.88 

938.8 

540.1 

942.055 

272.7 

516.23 

513.23 
425.3 

5»6.43 
526.16 

526.11 

517-:'^ 
526.13 

974-779 
80S.5 

784.9 

808.5 

815 

398.4 
094 

129.5 

326.8 



INDEX 



Egyptology 
England 



Emancipation of woman 


396.1 


Enamel painting 


751 


Embalming of the dead customs 


393-3 


sacred ornamentation 


247.4 


pub. health 614.64 


Encaustic painting 


751 


Embankments, river engineering 


627.4 


Enclosures of doors and windows 


721.86 


Embargo 


344 


Encyclical letters eccles. polity 


262.8 


of 1808-12 U. S. history 


973-4 


Encyclopedias, general 


030 


Embassadors international law 


341.7 


' special, see subject 




political science 


327 


Encyclopedists, French apologetics 


239.6 


Emblematic art ccclcsiology 


246.5 


lives 


920.3 


Emblems " 


346 


Endemic diseases 


616 


Embolism of pulmonary artery 


616.247 


Endemics medical geography 


614.42 


Embossing, book library economy 


025.2 


Endless punishment future state 


237-6 


Embroidery 


746 


Endosmose liquids 


532.7 


Embryo, development of, physiology 


612.64 


Endowed libraries 


027.4 


zoology 


59»-33 


schools education 


373 


Embryology animals 


591.3 


vs. public schools 379.3 


botany 


581.3 


Endowment of research colleges 


378.3 


Embryotomy obstetric operations 


618.83 


Enemeta, nutritive hygiene 


613-23 


Emergencies surgery 


617. 1 


Energy, conservation of 


531-6 


Emerson, R. W. Am. essays 


814.36 


Engelbrektsdatter, D., Danish poet. 839.8136 


philosophers 


191.3 


Engine houses architecture 


725.19 


transcendentalism 


141 


Engineering, civil 


620 


Emery economic geology 


553-65 


locomotive 


621.13 


Emetics therapeutics 


615-731 


mechanical 


621 


Emigrants political science 


325.2 


topographical 


526.9 


Emigration ** " 


3*5 


Engineers lives 


926.2 


* Emilia, Italy, history 


945-4 


Engines 


621 


Eminent domain law 


347-2 


England, administration 


354.4a 


Emollients external therapeutics 


61 5.776 


antiquities 


913.4a 


internal " 


615-735 


architecture 


720.942 


Emotions psychology 


157 


army 


354.426 


Empedocles Greek philosphers 


182.5 


bank of 


332.15 


Emperor German empire 


354.4305 


biography 


920.04a 


Emperors' lives 


923.1 


botany 


581.94a 


Empetraceas botany 


583.984 


^ church 


283 


Emphysema lung diseases 


616.248 


colleges education 


378.42 


Empire, Eastern history 


949.5 


constitution 


34a.4a 


French ist, " 


944.05 


education 


370.942 


2d, " 


944.07 


finance 


336.4a 


German gov. 


3544303 


geology 


554.a 


Roman 


937.06 


government pol. sci. 


323 


Western, fall of 


937.09 


history 


942 


Empirical medicines adulterations 


614-353 


3 language 


420 


philosophy 


144 


law 


346 


Empiricism in medicine quackery 


614.26 


libraries 


027.042 


Employers and employed, ethics 


174.8 


literature 


820 


polit. econ 


'33^-^ 


local government 


352.042 


Employment, hygiene 


613.6 


map3 


912.42 


of time ethics 


179.9 


navy 


354.427 


women labor 


331-4 


painting 


759-2 


customs 


396.5 


philosophers 


192 


Empresses' lives 


923.1 


philosophers' lives 


921.2 


Emulation ethics 


179 


private law 


347 


^ Enallage English syntax 


425-2 


religious history 


274.2 


Enamel arch, decoration 


729.65 


Romanesque architecture 


723-42 


chem. technology 


666.2 


schools, public 


379.4a 


Topic* in blactc face type are sub-divided. 


Superior figures refer to the tables at the 




end of tl 

(4< 


liis index. 

53) 





England 




INDEX 




Euchre 










England 


sculpture 


735 


Eocene fossils paleontology 


560 




slavery 


326 


period geology 


551.781 




societies, general 


062 


Eolian harp 


787.9 




statistics 


314-2 


Kpacrideae botany 


583-64 




travel 


914.2 


Ephemerides 


5^ 




treaties 


341.242 


Ephesians Bible 


227.5 




universities education 


378.42 


Ephesus, first council of, relig. 


270.23 




zoology 


591.94a 


history ancient 


939-23 


English 


composition 


808 


' modem 


956.2 




cyclopedias 


032 


Epic dramatic music 


782.2 




Deists apologetics 


239.5 


painting 


753 




ephemerides 


528.2 


' poetry English literature 


821.03 




newspapers 


072 


Greek 


883 




periodicals, general 


052 


Latin 


873 


t 


philology 


420 


Epicharmus Greek drama 


882.5 




socialism 


335-1 


Epictetus " philosophers 


188.7 


Engravers lives 


927.6 


Epicurean philosophy 


187 




occupation hygiene 


613.65 


Epidemic catarrh diseases 


616.203 


Engraving 


760 


monomania, mental derange- 




books of 


769 


ments 


132.1 




of seals and gems 


736 


Epidemics contagious diseases 614.5 


Engravings, catalogues of 


016.76 


diseases 


616 




collections " 


769 


public health 


614.49 


Enharmonic organ music 


786.9 


Epigenesis spontan. generation 


576.1 


Enigmas 


amusements 


793 


' Epigrams English literature 


828 


s 


English literature 


828 


Epigyneae botany 


584.* 


Enlistment army 


355 


Epilepsy diseases 


616.853 


Ennius 


Latin drama 


872.4 


Epiphany Anglican festival 


264.031 


Enoch, Book of 


229 


Epirus ancient history 


938.2 


Enrollment school organization 


371.21 


Episcopacy sects 


283 


Ensigns 


flags 


929.9 


Episcopal charges sermons 


252.1 


Ensilage 


agriculture 


633 


church 


283 


Entail 


law 


347.2 


in Scotland 


283.41 


Enteric fever diseases 


616.927 


orders ministry 


262.17 




public health 


614.51 1 


Episcopalians' lives 


922.3 


Enteropneusta zoology 


593-99 


Episcopate ministry 


262.12 


' Entertaining collections, Eng. Ill 


t.828 


Epispastics external irritants 


61 5.774 


Entertainments, licenses for 


352.8 


Epistles Anglican ritual 


264.036 




public 


79» 


Bible 


227 


Enthusiasm psychology 


157 


^ Epistolary writers' lives, English 


928.26 




religious 


269 


Epistolography 


808.6 


Enthymeme logic 


166 


Epitaphs 


929.5 


Entomology zoOlogy 


595-7 


Epizoa parasites, zoology 


591.69 


Entomophthoreie botany 


589.229 


Epizootic diseases,veterinary med 619 


Entomostraca zoOlogy 


59531 : 


* Equador history 


986 


Entozoa 


parasitic diseases 


616.962 


Equality social ethics 


"77-5 




zoolog>' 


595-1 


Equation-machine astron. instru. 


522.54 


Entropy 


physics 


536.7 


of center orbits 


521.38 


Enunciation elocution 


808.5 


time chronology 


529.1 


Envallsson, K: Swedish drama 


839.7254 


personal, astron. corrections 522.97 


Environment evolution 


575-3 


Equations, algebraical 


512.3 




influence of, therap. 


615.56 


chemical 


541.9 




on man 


573-4 


indeterminate 


512.23 




mental characteris. 


136.2 


numerical 


5x2.2 


Envy 


ethics 


179-8 


theory of 


512.82 


Enzina, J, 


, del Spanish drama 


862.21 


trigonometric 


5>4.4 



Topics in black face tyi>e 



are tiub-divided. Superior flfcure» refer to the tables at the 
end of this index. 

(464) 



INDEX 



Equator, inclination of seasons 
Equatorial belt earth 

mounting telescopes 
telescope astronomy 
Equestrian exercise 
Equilibrium astronomy, laws 

of liquids physics 

rotating spheroid 
Equinoxes astronomy 
Equipment of armies 

navies 
Equisetx botany 

Equity law 

of redemption law 
Equivalence of force physics 

theoretical chemistry 
Equivalent projections on maps 
Equivocation ethics 
Erbium metals 

Erckmann, £mile French fiction 
Eretrian philosophers 
Ergot stimulants 

uterines 
Ericaceae botany 

Bricales " 

' Erie Co., N. Y. history 



Eriocaulese 
Erizzo, S. 
Erosion, 
Erotica 
Errata 



botany 
Italian fiction 



525-51 
525-14 
522.26 

522.46 
798 
521. II 

532.2 
526.12 

525-5 

355 

359 
587.2 

347.8 
347.2 

53J-2I 
541.2 

526.85 

177-3 
546.65 

843.85 

183.7 
61 5.7 1 1 

61 5.766 

583.62 

583.6 
974.796 

584.81 

853.43 

551-3 
176 

655.25 

551.33 
615.726 

16s 



ethics 

proof-reading 
Erratic boulders geology 
Errhines therapeutics 

Error, sources of logic 
' Errors, grammatical Eng. language 428.3 
of observation, probabilities 519.6 
^ speech Eng. lang. 428.3 

popular delusions 

* Erse language 
Eruptions volcanoes 
Eruptive fevers diseases 
Erysipelas diseases 

* Erzerum, Asiatic Turkey history 
Escapements watch making 
Escharotics external irritants 
Eschatology 
Esdras Bible 
Espronceda, J. de Spanish poetry 
' Esquimaux history 
Essayists' lives English literature 

French " 

German " 
' Essays English literature 

general collections 
special topics, see subject. 



^33-7 
491.61 

551.21 
616.91 1 
616.942 
956.6 
681 

615.775 
236 

229.1 

861.52 

998 

928.24 

928.44 

928.34 

824 

040 



(C 



(I 



Essences chem. tech. 

Essenes Jewish religion 

Essential oils chem. tech. 
' Essex, England history 

' Mass. 

* Essex County, N. Y. 
Established church. Anglican 
Estates law 

Esther Apocrypha 

Bible 
Esthetics architecture 

fine arts 
' Esthonia, Russia history 
Estimates building 

' Estramadura, Spain history 
Etchers* lives biography 
Etching 
Eternal life future state 



England 
Euchre 

668.5 
296 
668.5 
942.67 

974.45 

974.753 
283 

347.6 
229.2 
222.9 
720.1 
701 

947.4 

692.5 
946.2 

927.6 

767 
237 



Eternity 



punishment, doctrinal theol. 237.7 



Ether 



doctrines 
natural theology 
anaesthetics 
poisons 
temperance 
Etherege, Sir G: English drama 
Ethers chem. technology 

organic chemistry 
Ethical culture societies 
education 

ethics 
Ethics 

legal 

of copyright 
social 
Ethiopia ancient history 

* modern " 

* Ethiopic language 
Ethmoid bone anatomy 
Ethnic religions 
Ethnography 
Ethnology 

medicine 
customs 
ethics 
ancient history 



Etiology 
Etiquet 



237.1 

218 

615.781 

615.965 

178.8 

82242 

668.5 

547.4 
170.6 

377.2 
170.7 
170 

174.3 
655.61 

177 

939.78 

966 

492.8 

611.91 

ago 

57* 

57a 
616.01 

395 
1 77. 1 

937.5 
722.6 

477.5 
786.47 



Euchre 



Essence metaphysics 1 2 1 

Topic* In black face tjrpe are •ub-divided. Superior figures refer to 

end of this index. 

(46O 



Etruria 

Etruscan architecture 
* language 

Etudes piano music 

^ Etymologies English language 422 
Etymology, comparative philology 412 
Euboea ancient history 938.4 

Eubulides Greek philosophers 183.6 

Eucharist sacrament 265.3 

Eucharistic music religious art 246.8 
vessels sacred furniture 247.8 
amusements 795 

the tables at the 



Euclid 
Fairs 



INDEX 



£uclid Greek philosophers 183.6 

Euclidian geometry 513 

Eudemus Greek philosophers 185.3 

Pludiometer experimental chemistry 542.7 
Eudiometry quantitative analysis 545.7 
Eugubine tables Umbrian language 477.4 



Eulerian integrals calculus 
Eulogies biography 

sermons 
Euphonium wind instruments 
Euphorbiaccac, botany 
Euphuism rhetoric 

' Eure, France history 
Eure et Loir, France history 



Euripides 
' Europe 



Greek drama 

antiquities 

botany 

ecclesiastical hist. 

geology 

history 

statistics 

travels 
European politics parties 
Eustachian tubes ear diseases 
Evald, Johannes Danish poetry 
Evangelical alliance religion 
Evangelist ministry 
Evangelistic art 

music ecclesiology 
sacred music 



517.32 
920 
252.9 
788.44 

583-951 
808 

944.24 

944-51 
882.3 

913.4 

581-94 
274 

554 
940 

314 
914 

32994 
617.86 

839.8152 

206 

262.15 

246.7 

246.7 

783.7 



work pastoral theol. 253 



writings, practical 
Evaporation meteorology 
physics 

practical chemistry 
steam engineering 
Evening prayer Anglican ritual 

family devotions 
personal " 
schools 
Everaert, Cornelis Dutch poetry 



it 



243 

551.57 

536.44 
542.4 

621.18 

264.034 

249 

248 

379.^9 
8393' 24 



Everett, Edward American oratory 815.31 



Evergreens 
Evidence 



coniferac 

circumstantial 

law 

logic 
Evidences of Christianity 
Evil natural theology 

origin of 

pessimism 

sin 

spirits 

theodicy 
Evolution algebra 

arithmetic 

biology 
Topicii In black face type are 



585.2 

347.94 

347.94 
163 

239 
216 

216 

149.6 

233 

235 
231.8 

512.7 

511.7 

575 
sub-divided. 



171.7 

213 
097 

35'.3 
378.24 



Evolution ethics 

natural theology 

Ex librls 

Examination, civil service 

for academic degrees 

of teachers, education 371.13 

^ papers, English philol. 428.9 

post mortem, pathology 616.079 
school, education 371-27 

Examinations, competitive civil ser. 351.3 

schools 371.27 

Examining boards medical licenses 

Exanthemata contag. diseases 

Excavation mining 

Excavations, antiquities 

Excess of food hygiene 

Exchange, bills of law 

international money 



614.24 
614.52 
622.21 

913 

613.25 

347.7 

332.45 
of duplicates lib. admin. 025.2 



specimens biology 
stock 

tables business 
Exchanges architecture 
Exchequer, Gt. Br. finance 

U. S. administration 
finance 
Excise laws 

offices architecture 
public funds 
Excitants therapeutics 

Excommunication, ecclesiastic polity 262.9 
Excrementa sewerage 628.2 

Excreta, disinfection contag. dis. 614.48 
Excretion physiological sotflogy 591.14 



579.614 

332.6 

658 

725-25 
336.42 
353.2 

336.73 
336.27 
725.14 
336.27 
615.785 



612.26 
591.44 

591.74 

343.2 

342 



Excretions, organic respiration 
Excretory organs comp. anat. 

descr. " 
Execution criminal law 

Executive department const, law 

lib. adminis. 025.1 
Executors law 347*6 

Exegesis Bible 220.6 

Exemplaria typog^aphica, rarities 090 
Exercise hygiene 6x3.7 

therapeutics 615.743 

Exertion, excessive, effects of 616.983 

Exhalation of vapor zoology 591.129 

water vapor, physiology 612.25 
Exhaustion, effects of diseases 616.986 

Exhibition halls architecture 725*91 

Exhibitions, building 690.6 

international 606 

of art 708 

industry 606 

school 371*29 

special see subject. 
Superior figure* refer to the table* at tli« 



end of this index. 

(466) 



INDEX 



Euclid 
Fairs 



Exhortations 
Exile 



public worship 
punishments 
social ethics 
Bible 



Exodus 

Exorcism 

Exotics botany 

Expansion heat 

Expatriation 

Expectorants therapeutics 

£^xpellent forces abnormal labor 

Expenditure, public finance 

Experience 

Experimental chemistry 

Experiments, chemical 

Exploitation mining 

hygiene 

mining 



264.6 

343-2 
177.8 
222.12 

1334 

536.41 

341.5 
615.721 

618.51 
336 

54a 

54a 
622.3 

613.69 

622. z 

910 

910.9 

923-9 



Exploration 

Explorations 

history of 
Explorers* lives 
Explosions of fire damp, mining eng. 622.81 
protection of life 614.83 

Explosives chem. tech. 662 

manufac. of, hygiene 613.66 
protect, of life 6x4.831 

mining dangers 622.85 

Exponential formulae trigonometry 514.3 



382 

382 

606 

252.8 

392.2 

393-4 
to cold protection of life 614.87 



Exportation 
Exports 

Expositions useful arts 
Expository sermons 
Exposure of children customs 
dead 



Express companies 
Expression, facial 



sociology 

useful arts 

art anatomy 

physiognomy 

musical 

Extatics mental derang. 

Extemporaneous speaking 

Extempore prayer public worship 

Extension of libraries 

External agencies therapeutics 615.77 

ear diseases of 617.81 

plastering and stucco 

walls, incrusted, arch. 

windows arch, const 

Extinct animals paleontology 

plants 
Extinction of fire protec. of life 
species 

painless, of life, an. hygiene 614.97 1 
Extra books for readers lib. econ. 024.7 
fingers or toes deformities 617.36 



385 
656 

743 
'38 

780.1 

132.5 
808.5 

264.1 

oai.6 



693.61 
729.61 
721.84 
560 

561 
614.843 

575-6 



Extraction mining 622.6 

of teeth dentistry 617.66 
' Extracts English literature 828 
on special subjects see subject. 



Extradition international law 
Extra-uterine pregnancy 
Extreme unction sacraments 
Extremities, lower, anatomy 

surgery 
upper, anatomy 
suigery 
Eye anatomy 

asylums for blind 
care of hygiene 
diagnosis pathology 
diseases of surgery 
hospitals 

architecture 
optics 
physiology 
piece telescope 
psychology 
Eyelids eye diseases 

Eyes, artificial surgery 
care of, at school 
protection of, in factories 
Ezekiel Bible 

Ezra " 

' Fables English literature 828 

Fabre d* ]^glantine, P. F. N. French 



341.4 
618.31 

265.7 
611.98 
617.58 
611.97 

617.57 
611.84 

362.4 

613.65 

616.073 

617.7 

362.1 

725.51 

535-7 

612.84 

522.23 
1 52. 1 
617.77 
617.79 

371.72 
628.513 
224.4 
222.7 



time for readers lib. econ. 024.7 

Topics in black face type are sub-divided. Superior figure* refer to the table* 

end of this Index. 

(467) 



drama 
Fabrics, textile manufacturers 
Facades architecture 

Face anatomy 

surgery 
Faces of type printing 
' Facetis English literature 

Facial angle craniology 
Factories, carriage and car, arch. 

cooperative pol. econ. 

furniture arch. 

sanitation in 

textile architecture 725.41 

useful arts 670 

Factors and brokers law 
Factory-laws political economy 

system labor and wages 
Faculx sun 

Faculty, intuitive mental science 
Fagging student life 

Fahlbands economic geology 
Fahlcrantz, K. E. Swedish satire 839.7763 
Faience ware pottery 738 

Fairies 398.4 

Fairs, agricultural 630.6 

commercial 381 

at the 



842.64 

677' 
729.x 

611.92 

617.52 

655.24 

827 

573-7 

725.45 
334.6 

725.44 
628.51 



347.7 

338.9 

331 

523.74 
156 

371.82 
553.17 



Fairs 
Field 

Fairs, industrial 

social customs 

' Fairy tales English literature 
folklore 
mythology 

Faith, confessions of creeds 



INDEX 



606 

394.6 
823 

398.4 

238 
pub. worship 264.5 



cure 



religion 
therapeutics 
doctrinal theology 
logic of assent 
Falconry amusements 

Faldella, G. Italian fiction 
Faliscus, Gratius Latin poetry 
' Falkland Islands history 

travels 
Fall of ground mines 

man doctrinal theology 
Fallacies logic 

Fallen, parish care of 
Falling bodies, deviations astron. 

laws physics 

Fallopian tubes anatomy 

diseases of women 
Falsehood ethics 
Fallen, Enevold Danish drama 
Falster, Kristian " poetry 
Fame social ethics 

Family devotions 
ethics 
genealogies 
histories 

hotels architecture 
law 

libraries 
medicine 
political science 
relations customs 
worship 
Famine fever diseases 

hygiene 
Famines 

religion 
mental faculties 



Fanaticism 
Fancy 
Fancy-work 
Fans 



Fantasia 

Faradisation 

Farces 
s 



blowing engines 

mining engineering 

toilet 

ventilation 

music 

electric medicine 

amusements 

English drama 



Farewell sermons 

Farina, S. Italian fiction 

Farm houses architecture 



265.8 
615.852 
234.2 
163 

799 

853-85 
871.4 

997 

9197 
622.83 

2331 

165 

258 

52537 
531-52 
611.65 

618.12 

177.3 
839.8254 

839.8143 

177 
249 

173 
929.2 

929.2 

728.2 

347.6 
027. z 
616.02 
321. 1 

392.3 

249 
616.924 

613.24 

616.985 

248 

155-1 
746 

621.62 

622.44 

646 

697.9 

786.42 

615.84 

792 
82a 

252.9 

85386 

728.67 



Farmers-general finance 336.19 

Farmers* occupation hygiene 613.64 

Farming agriculture 630 

Farms, sewage, sanitary eng. 628.37 

' Faroe islands history 949.1 

^Faroese language 439.6 

literature 839.6 

Farquhar, G. English drama 822.48 

Farrer Catalan poetry 849.9134 

Farriery horse shoeing 682.1 

vet. medicine 619. i 

' Farther India history 959 

Fasciae anatomy 611.74 

diseases of 616.75 

Fascination animals 591.57 

Fashion customs 390 

Fashionable education, women 376-4 

Fast-day sermons 252.6 
Fastening tools, mech. engineering 621.99 



Fastenings 
Fasti, Roman 
Fasting 



Fasts 



arch, construction 

asceticism 
hygiene 
temperance 
Anglican church 



Fata Morgana, mirage 
Fatalism natural theol. 

Fathers 



721.88 

529.3 
248 

613.24 

178.9 

264.031 

535.3 
214 

173-5 
270.1 

922.1 

281. 1 

6i4.3>3 
665.2 

547 
612.397 



Topics in black face type are Aub-divided. Superior flgrures 

end of this index. 

(468) 



duties 

of the church, hist, 
lives 
works 
Fats adulterations 

animal chem. technol. 
organic chemistry 
physiology 
protective external agents 615.776 
vegetable chem. tech. 665.3 
Fauces, diseases of 616.31 

Faults structural geology 551*87 

theory of, mining eng. 622.16 
Fauna zoOlogy 59z>9 

Faust, legend of legends 398.2 

Feasts Anglican church 264.031 

Rom. Catholic church 264.021 
social customs 394.1 

Feathers birds 598.2 

comparative anatomy 591.49 
Features of surface moon 523.34 

sun 523.74 

Febler Catalan poetry 849.9112 

Fecal secretions physiological zool. 591.149 
Fecundation botany 581.166 

physiological zoology 591.166 
Fecundity physiology 612.663 

Federal government polit. science 321.8 
party American politics 329.1 

refer to the tahlec at th« 



INDEX 



Pairs 
Field 



Federalism political science 


321.8 


Fermentation yeast, etc. 


589.9 


Federalists U. S. history 


973-4 


Fermented beverages, adultera. 


614.34X 


Federation, imperial, Gt. Brit. 


354.4201 


chem. tech. 663.1 


Feeble-minded, asylums for 


362.3 


Ferments aids to digestion 


615.7342 


arch. 


725.53 


materia medica 


615.3s 


education of 


37»-93 


Ferns botany 


587.3 


mental derangemeni 


ts 132.2 


palaeontology 


561.73 


Feed mills architecture 


725.47 


'Ferrara, Italy, history 


945.4 


Feeding of animals animal hygiene 614.95 


Ferrari, P. Italian drama 


852.75 


' Feejee Islands history 


996.1 


Ferries administration 


351.814 


travels 


919.61 


transportation 


656 


Feelings emotions 


157 


Ferrotype photography 


772 


Fees, building 


692.8 


Fertility fecundity 


612.663 


readers', library economy 


024.2 


Fertilization botany 


581.16 


tuition education 


371.22 


zoology 


591.166 


Feet, artificial, surgery 


617.58 


Fertilizers, agriculture 


631 


costumes 


391.4 


chem. technology 


668.6 


' English prosody 


426.3 


commercial, air pollution 614.748 


human anatomy 


611.9S 


manufacture 


668.6 


weights and measures 


389 


from sewage 628.49 


Feij6o y Montenegro, B. J. Spanish 


Fessenden, T. G. Am. satire 


817.22 


misc. 


868.41 


Festivals Anglican church 


264.031 


Feitama, Sybrand Dutch poetry 


839.3144 


cathedral music 


783.28 


Feith, Rhijnvis fiction 


839.3343 


of song " 


784.5 


Fellenberg*s system education 


371.42 


Festive piano music 


786.46 


Fellowship, church 


265.2 


Fetichism 


299 


Fellowships colleges 


378.3 


Feudal institutions 


321.3 


Felons criminal law 


343 


law 


321.3 


Felsites lithology 


552.27 


tenure law 


347.2 


Felt roofing 


695.7 


Feudalism, age of, European history 940.3 


Female colleges education 


376.8 


political science ■ 


321.3 


education 


376 


Feuillet, Octave French fiction 


843.83 


customs 


396.4 


Fever animal heat 


612.57 


employments 


396.5 


lung diseases 


616.241 


functions of generation 


612.62 


typhoid public health 614.51 1 


labor polit. economy 


331.4 


Fevers, eruptive diseases 


616.91 1 


seminaries 


376.9 


general works on pathol. 


616.9a 


sex duties 


173 


* Fezzan, Africa history 


961.3 


suffrage 


324.3 


Fibres, nerve physiology 


612.81 


Females, mortality of pub. health 


614.143 


Fibrous materials agriculture 


633 


Fences law 


347-2 


manufacture 


677 


Fencing amusements 


796 


Fichte German philosophy 


193.3 


Fenianism Irish history 


941.5 


idealism 


141 


polit. assoc. 


363 


Ficoidales botany 


583.47 


Fenollar, B. Catalan poetry 


849.9132 


Ficoideae " 


583.47 s 


Ferdinand I. German history 


943-032 


' Fiction English literature 


823 


II. 


943.042 


reading of 


028.4 


III. 


943.043 


writing 


808.3 


VI. Spanish history 


946.056 


Fictitious characters, diet, of 


803 


VII. 


946.07 


imprints 




Ferdinand and Isabella 


946.03 


names pseudonyms 


014 


* Ferghana, Turkestan history 


958.7 


titles of books 


098 


Ferguson, E. American poetry 


811. 16 


Fidelity ethics 


^77-3 


^ Fermanagh, Ireland history 


941.68 


Fief 


321.3 


Fermentation chemical tech. 


663.1 


Field books engineering 


620.8 


temperance 


178 


fortifications 


623.1 


Topics In black face type are sail 


-divided. 


Superior figures refer to the tables 


1 at the 




end of th 


Ls Index. 






(46 


9) 





Field 
Poo Choo 



INDEX 



Field operations geodesy 526.25 

sports 796 

work, triangulation, geodesy 526.3 



Fielding, H : English fiction 
* Fife Scotland history 

musical instruments 
Fighting, animal 

prize 
Figure-heads carving 

human, in art art anatomy 
of earth astronomy 

geodesy 
windows arch. dec. 

Figures, correlation of geometry 
of heavenly bodies astron 

prosody Eng. language 426.4 
Gr. " 486.4 

Lat. " 476.4 

' other languages 



823.52 

941-33 
788.5 

175.6 

175.6 

736 

743 

525-14 
526.1 

729.84 

513-57 
521.14 



' Fiji Islands 


history 


996.1 


Filangeri, G. 


Italian essays 


854.66 


Final duty 


ethics 


173-6 


Filibusters 


criminal law 


343 




Cuban history 


972.91 




pirates 


910.4 


Filicaja, Vincenzo da Italian poetry 851.54 


Filicinae 


botany 


587.3 


Filing ma 'hines mechanical eng. 


621.92 


Filioque controversy theology 


231-3 


Filling teeth 


dentistry 


617.67 


Fillmore M., 


presidency of 


973-6 


Filter basins 


water works 


628.16 


presses 


, sewage 


628.343 


Filth diseases, pathology 


616.93 




public health 


614.51 


Filtration 


areas, sewage 


628.368 




hygiene 


613-35 




industrial sanitation 


628.545 




practical chem. 


542.9 




sewage 


628.35 




water supply 


628.16 


Final causes 


metaphysics 


124 


clauses 


Greek syntax 


485.4 


Finale 


orchestral music 


785.1 


Finance 


political economy 


336 


Finances 


library economy 


025.1 




local government 


352.1 


Financial admin, civil service 


351-71 


crises pol. economy 


332 


institutions pol. econ. 


332 


Financiers' lives 


9233 


Finding latitude 


525.41 




at sea 


527.1 


longitude 


525-46 




at sea 


527-2 


meridian line astronomy 


522.31 



Finding time 

at sea 
Fine arts 

biography of 
Fines library economy 

Finger alphabet, deaf and dumb 

rings costumes 
Fingers, extra deformities 
Finishing painting 

* Finist^re, France history 
Finite and infinite metaphysics 

differences calculus 
' Finland, Russia history 
Finnish language 
literature 
Finno-Hungarian language 
Fiorentino, G. Italian fiction 
Fire alarm stations architecture 



5*9-7 

527-3 
700 

927 

024.6 
371.92 

391-7 
617.36 

698.3 
944.11 

125 

517.6 

947.1 

494 
894 

494 
853.22 

725.19 
654.7 
355 
683 

523-52 
553-61 

352.3 



alarms signals 

arms army 

manufacture 
balls meteors 

clays economic geology 

departments administration 
engines, mechanical engineering 62 1 .68 

protection of life 6 1 4.846 

escapes " " " 614.847 

exits " " " 614.848 

extinction local government 352.3 

automatic 614.844 

chemical 614.845 

insurance 368.1 

physics 536.46 

places 697.1 

proof buildings, building 693.8 

depositories architecture 725.24 
piers and columns 721.36 

works chemical tech. 662.1 

worshippers 295 

Firenzuola, A., Italian fiction 853.34 

Fires administration 351.782 

library 022.2 

local government 352.3 
mines 622.82 

protection of life 6x4.84 
First cause metaphysics 122 

^ lessons in English language 428.2 
Fischart, J. German satire 837.42 

Fish, air pollution 614.741 

as food hygiene 61 3.29 

commission 639 

culture 639 

dead and diseased air pollution 614.763 
fresh, inspection of, pub. health 614.^17 
preservation of chem. tech. 664.9 
preserved, inspec. of, pub. health 614.319 

the tablM at th« 



Topics In black face type are Aub-divided. Superior figures refer to 

end of this index. 

(470) 



Fisheries business 639 

ownership, polit. ccon. 333.9 
production 33^-3 

Fishermen's occupation hygiene 613.64 
Fishes paleontology 567 

zoology 597 

Fishing sports 799 

Fission physiological zoology 591.165 

Fistula surgery 617.23 

Fittings, library 022.9 

'Fiumc, Austria history 943-94 

Fixed furniture arch. dec. 729-9 

location lib. economy 025.8 

oils and acids, materia medica 615.34 



INDEX Field 

Fog Choo 

Flore and Blanchefior legends 39S.2 

' Florence, Italy history 945-5 

travels 914-55 

Florian, J. P. C. de French fiction 843.58 
Floriculture landscape gardening 716.2 
* Florida, U. S., history 975-9 

Florideae botany 5S9.41 

Flour manufacture 679 

mills architecture 725.47 

Flow in sewers 628.222 

of blood, rapidity of, physiology 612.15 

liquids physics 532-51 

streams meteorology 551.57 

Flower garden, landscape garden. 716 



Fixtures law 

library 
Flaccus, C. v., Latin epic poetry 



Flagellants 

Flagellarieae 

Flagellata 

Flageolet 

Flags 



monastic order 

botany 

zoology 

musical instruments 

heraldry 
Flamboyant architecture, Gothic 
Flamenca Proven9al poetry 

Flames physics 

' Flanders history 

Flat->bed irrigation sewage 



Flats 

Flattery 
Flaubert, G. 
Flax 



architecture 
housekeeping 
ethics 

French fiction 
agriculture 
manufacture 
animal parasites 
naval science 



347-2 
022.9 

873.3 
271.79 

584.41 

593. » 6 
788.5 

929-9 

723-54 
849.123 

536.46 

949-3 
628.363 

728.2 

640 

177-3 
843-84 

^33 
677 

616.9681 

623.8 

439-3 

839.3 

759.9 
831.52 



Fleas 
Fleets 

* Flemish language 
literature 
painting 
Flemming, P. German poetry 
Fletcher, G. and P. English poetry 821.37 

J. " drama 822.35 

Flexure, transit, inst. astronomy 522.38 

Flics insects 595-77 

Flight of birds, migration 591-52 

■ Flint, Wales, history 942-93 

Flint chips early stone age S7^-^5 

Floating batteries naval engineering 623.9 

bodies physics 532.3 

debt finance 336-32 

Flogging in navy 359 

punishments 343-2 

Flooding of mines 622.84 

Floods meteorology 55^-57 

Floors and flooring architecture 721.6 
mosaic arch, decoration 729.73 

Flora, geographical 581.9 

Topiof In black face typ« are sab-divided. 



Flowers botany 580 

gardening 716.2 

language of 716.2 

Flues in houses sewer ventilation 628.233 

smoke heating 697.8 

Fluid, pancreatic physiology 612.34 

vein hydraulics 532-52 

Fluids, physics 53a 
preservative, biol. specimens 579.2 



Flukes parasitic diseases 

Fluorescence light 

Fluorine inorganic chemistry 

mineralogy 
Flushing shafts sewers 



Flute 

Flutina 

Fluxes 

Fluxions 

Fly; house 

Flying 



616.963 

535-3 
546.16 

549-4 
628.254 

788.5 

786.9 

669.8 

517 

595-77 
591-47 



musical instruments 

music 

metallurgy 

calculus 

zoology 

animal locomotion 

machines, aeronautics 533-6 
Foetal appendages, pathology of 618.34 
Foetus, abnormalities of 618.53 

human, death and retention of 618.33 
obstacles to expulsion of 618.52 

physiological zoOlogy 591 -3 

Foetuses, coalescence of deformities 617.35 
Fog signals commerce 654.9 

Fogazzaro, Antonio Italian poetry 851.85 



' Foix, France history 
Fokke, A. S. Dutch humor 
Folds geology 

Folengo, Teofilo Italian satire 



Foliage 
Folk-lore 
song 



botany 



Folkvisor 
Font 



folk-lore 

music 

Swedish poetry 

sacred furniture 
Fontanes, Louis French poetry 
Fontenelle, B. le B. de, French essays 844.51 
' Foo Choo history 951-2 

Superior flffaree refer to the tables at the 



944.88 

839374 
551.87 

857.31 
581.4 

398.3 
398.8 

784.4 
839.7114 

247.1 

841.62 



end of this index. 

(471) 



Foo Choo 
Freezing 

Foo Choo travels 
Foody acquisition of physiolog. zool. 
adulterations public health 
animal econ. zoology 
canned adulterations 
chemical analysis 

technology 
cuies therapeutics 

digestion and nutrition 

zoology 
domestic economy 
hygiene 

inspection adulterations 
of animals 

laboring classes, polit. econ. 
plants 
preservation of veg., chem. tech. i 

animal 
preserved adulterations 
vegetable econ. botany 
zoology 
Fools lives 

meatal derangements 
Foot ball amusements 

' English prosody 
human anatomy 
measures 

prints, fossil paleontology 
Foote, S. English drama 

Foraminifera zoology 
Force and energy statics 

its measure mechanics 
centrifugal and centripetal 
composition of mechanics 
electric, storage of 

transmission of, eng. 
physics 
intermolecular physics 
lines of magnetism 
metaphysics 

of water, river engineering 
parallel mechanics 
pump pneumatics 
transmission of, mechan. 

mill work 
Forced alimentation hygiene 
Forceps, application obstetrics 
Ford, J. English drama 

Foreclosure law 
Foreign banks 

bodies, presence of, diseases 
wounds surgery 
^ elements English language- 

enlistment 

labor political economy 

law 

TopicH in black face type are sub- 



INDEX 



915.12 


Foreign missions 


266 


59I-I3I 


relations intemat. law 


341 


614.31 


polit. science 


327 


59^-63 


states administration 


^ 354 


614.318 


trade 


382 


543.1 


Foreknowledge of God doct. theol. 


231.4 


664 


Forensic chemistry law 


340.6 


615.854 


medicine " 


340-6 


612.3 


Foreordination salvation 


234.9 


591-^3 


Forest trees botany 


582 


643 


Forestry agriculture 


634-9 


6x3.2 


landscape gard. 


715 


614.31 


Forests administration 


351-823 


591-53 


meteorology 


551.58 


331.83 


ownership, polit. econ 


. 333-7 


581.13 


' Forfar, Scotland history 


941-31 


664.8 


Forge-bellows 


533-^7 


664.9 


Forgemen's occupation hygiene 


613.64 


614.318 


Forgery law 


343 


581.63 


of academic degrees 


378.26 


591-53 


political economy 


332.9 


920.8 


Forgiveness of sin theology 


234 


132.2 


Forks, tuning, acoustics 


534-3 


797 


Form books law 


347.93 


426.3 


musical 


781.5 


611.98 


ontology 


III 


389 


Formation of character 


374 


566 


crystals, crystallggraphy 548.5 


822.62 


* Formosa history 


951.2 


593-12 


travels 


915.12 


531 -a 


Forms, elementary arch, design 729.3 


531-21 


of suffrage 


324-2 


531-35 


Formulae, exponential, trigonometry 


514.3 


531-22 


L. M. Z. geodesy 


526.46 


621.35 


theoretical chemistry 


541.9 


621.34 


Formularies materia medica 


615.13 


537-84 


Fornication criminal law 


343 


539-6 


Forteguerri, N. Italian satire 


857-58 


538.1 


Fortifications military engineering 


623.1 


118 


Fortune-telling 


133 


627.1 


Foscolo, U. Italian poetry 


851.66 


531.24 


Fossil resins economic geology 


55329 


533-84 


Fossils 


560 


5318 


geographical distribution 560.9 


621.8 


man 


569.9 


^^3-^3 


antiquity of man 


573-3 


618.81 


Foucault's pendulum 


525.36 


822.38 


Foundation of piers, bridge eng. 


624.1 


347.2 


Foundations, arch, construction 


721. 1 


332.15 


Founding of libraries 


021.6 


616.981 


type printing 


655.21 


617.146 


Foundling asylums architecture 


725-58 


422.4 


sociology 


362.7 


355 


1 P'oundries architecture 


725-43 


33^'^ 


metal manufactures 


671 


349 


P'ountains landscape gard. 


714 


divided. 


Superior flirures refer to the table* at the 



end of thi8 index. 



(472) 







INDEX Foo Choc 








Freezing 


Fouqu^, La Motte German fiction 


833.65 


' Franklin Co., Mass. history 


974.42 


Fourierism 


communism 


335-3 


» N. Y., history 


974-755 


Fourth dimension geometry 


513-8 


Franks history 


943.01 


Fowling 


sport 


799 


Franz^n, F. M. Swedish poetry 


839.7158 


Fowls 


domestic animals 


636.5 


Fraud law 


347.5 


Fox, C. J. 


English oratory 


825.63 


Fraudulent conveyances law 


347.7 


Fox-hunting amusements 


799 


elections U. S. 


324.73 


Fractional 


currency money 


332.41 


Fraunhofer's lines spectroscope 


535-84 


Fractions 


algebra 


5»2.4 


Freckles dermatology 


616.55 




arithmetic 


5"-4 


Frederick I. German history 


943.024 


Fractures 


surgery 


617.15 


II. 


943.025 


Framing 


carpentry 


694.2 


III. 


943.028 


Prance 


administration 


354-44 


Free agency doctrinal theology 


234.9 




antiquities 


913-44 


church of Scotland, sects 


285.6 




architecture 


720.944 


cities German government 354.4309 




hotany 


581-944 


Italian history 


945-04 




colleges 


378.44 


hand drawing 


741 




constitutional law 


342.44 


institutions 






education 


370.944 


love ethics 


^73'^ 




finance 


336.44 


news and reading rooms 


027.9 




geology 


5544 


public libraries 


027.4 




history 


944 


religion 


211 


4 


language 


440 


school system education 


379.1 




laws 


349.44 


soil party political party 


329.6 




literature 


840 


U. S. history 


973-6 




local government 


352044 


speech polit. science 


323 




maps 


912.44 


thinkers' lives 


922.9 




religious history 


274.4 


thought ecclesiastical polity 


262.8 




schools, public 


379-44 


rationalism 


211 




statistics 


314.4 


trade and protection 


337 




travel 


914.4 


use of libraries 


024.2 




treaties 


341.244 


will metaphysics 


123 




zoology 


591.944 


psychology 


159 




other topics see table 


5 I 


theology 


234.9 


■ Franche Comt^, France history 


944.45 


Freebooters criminal law 


343 


Franchise 


, elective polit. sci. 


324 


Freedmen, education of 


371.94 


Francis I. 


French history 


944.028 


in U. S. army United 




II. 




944.029 


States history 


973-74 


Francis I. 


German history 


943-055 


slavery 


326.8 


II. 




943.06 


Freedmen's bureau 


361 


Franciscan monks 


271.3 


Freedom and emancipation, slavery 


326.8 




sisterhood 


271.973 


U. S. hist 


^.97371 


Franco-German war French history 944.08 


metaphysics 


123 




Germ. " 


943.082 


of man doct. theol. 


233.7 


Franconia, 


house of, 


943.023 


press censorship 


323 


1 


Lower, Germany " 


943-33 


public order 


351.751 




travels 


914.333 


speech 


323 


1 


Middle " hist. 


943-32 


political liberty 


323 




travels 


914332 


religious eccles. polity 262.8 


1 


Upper " hist. 


943-31 


salvation 


234.9 


* 


travel 


9M.331 


Freehold land societies 


334.1 


Frankeniaceae, botany 


583.151 


law 


347.2 


* Frankfort 


history 


943.58 


Freemasonry 


366.1 




travels 


914.358 


Freewill Baptists 


286.2 


Franking privilege post office 


383 


Freezing, artificial ice machines 


621.5 


Prankish emperors, Italian history 


945.02 


mixtures 


621.5 


Topics In 


black face type arc fab-divided. 


Superior fli^urcg refer to the tables at the 






cud of tl 


tiU index. 








(4 


73) 





Freezing 
Gas 

Freezing 



INDEX 



physics 53643 

waterworks 628.15 

Freight houses, R. R. architecture 725.32 

transportation 656 

Freiligrath, F., German poetry 831.78 

French allies American history 973.32 

and Indian wars, U. S. hist. 973.2 



church, Gallican 
Cochin China, history 
travels 
encyclopedists, apologetics 



Guiana 



history 
travels 
wind instru. 



horn 

language 

literature 

old 

opera 

painting 

philosophers' lives 

philosophy 

polish chem. tech. 

protestants, persecutions of 

republic, ist history 



282.44 

9597 

915-97 
239.6 

988 

918.8 

788.41 

440 
840 
language 447-oi 

dramatic music 782.4 

7594 
921.4 

194 

667.7 

272.4 

944.042 

944.07 

944.08 

944.04 

723.44 



2d 

3d 
revolution 

Romanesque architecture 

roofs arch, construe. 721.5 

sculpture 735 

spoliations U. S. history 

Freneau, Philip American poetry 

Fresco painting, building 

interior decoration 

painting 

sacred ornament. 

Frese, Jacob Swedish poetry 

Fresh-air mission 



Freshets 
Fret-work 
Freytag, G. 
Frezzi, F. 
Friars 
Friction 



meteorology 



German fiction 
Italian poetry 
monastic orders 
mech. engineering 
physics 
Frictional electricity 

* Friendly Islands history 

societies 
Friends, society of sects 
Friendship ethics 

* Friesland history 

travels 
Friezes, carved arch, decoration 
painted " " 

* Frisian language 

literature 
Topics in black face tjpe are 



973-4 
811.24 

698.2 

747 
750 
247-5 
839-7137 
361 

551-57 

747 

833-82 

851.21 

271 

621.89 

531-4 

537a 
996.1 

334.7 
289.6 

177.6 

949.2 

914.92 

729-56 
729.46 

439a 
839.2 



Frobel's S3r8tem education 
Frogs zoology 

Fronto, M. C. Latin letters 
Frost action geology 

bites skin disorders 

blight agriculture 

meteorology 
Fructification botany 
Frugoni, C. I., Italian poetry 
Fruit culture 

drinks adulterations 
Fruits and seeds agriculture 

organography 
fresh, inspec. of, pub. health 
preservation of chem. tech. 
preserved, inspec. of, pub. 
health 

Fryxell, Anders, Swedish miscellany 839.7863 
Fuel, artificial, chemical technology 662.8 

chemical tech. 

domestic economy 

metallurgy 

steam engineering 
Fugitive slave law U. S. slavery 
Fugitives from justice extradition 
Fugue music 

Full development, period of 
Fuller, Margaret American essays 814.31 
Fulminating powders chem. tech. 662.4 
* Fulton Co., N. Y. history 974-747 

Fumes, prevention of, in factories 628.511 
Fumigating apparatus, con t. diseases 614.481 
Function of motor appara., phys. 612.7 



371-46 

597-8 

876.3 

551-91 
616.58 

632 

551-52 
581.16 
851.57 

634 
614.346 

634 
581.76 

614.316 

664.8 

614.318 



662.6 

644 
669.8 

621.18 

326.973 

341-4 

786.82 

612.66 



skin 



« 



612.79 



Functional diseases of brain and 

cord 616.84 

diseases of women 618.17 

equations 517 

Functions, Bessel's, etc. calculus 51705 

calculus of 5'7-5 

nervous physiology 61 a. 8 

of generation female 612.62 

male 612.61 

symmetric, algebra 512.84 

trigonometric 514*1 

Funding system finance 336.31 

Funds, public 336 

Funeral rites, customs 393 

religious ordinance 265.8 

sermons 252.9 

Fungi botany 589.2 

Funis, prolapsus parturition 618.58 

Fur-trade 338-1 

Furetiere, A. French satire 847.45 

Furnaces house warming 697.3 

metallurgy 669.8 

nub-divided. Superior flgnrea refer to the tablec at the 
end of this index. 

(474) 



INDEX 



Freesinif 
Gas 



Furnaces 



Furniture 



mining ventilation 622.43 
steam engineering 621.18 
ventilation of sewers 628.236 
domestic economy 645 
ecclesiastical 247 

factories, architecture 725.44 
fixed, arch, decorat. 729.9 
library economy 022.9 

manufacture 684 

school 371-6 

Furs clothing 646 

Fuses explosives 662.4 

Fusion-point physics 536.42 

Future events, probabilities 519-4 

judgment doctrinal theology 236.9 
life natural theology 218 

punishment 

state, doctrinal theol. 

Gabbro plutonic rocks 

Gables arch, construction 

design 
roofs 

* Gadhelic language 
Gadsden purchase U. S. history 

* Gaelic language 
Gaetulia 
Galatia 
Galatians 
Galena 

Gales 



ancient history 



<« 



« 



Bible 

economic geology 

metallurgy 

meteorology 



' Galicia, Austria history 
' Spain 



f( 



Galilei, G. 
Gall bladder 



Italian essays 
anatomy 
diseases of 
secretions 
ethics 



formation 
Gallantry 
Galleries and libraries 
art 

architecture 
library buildings 
shooting architecture 
Galleys criminal law 

Gallia Cisalpina. ancient history 
Gallican church 
Gallium chemistry 

Gallows criminal law 

Gait, John English fiction 
Galvanic manipulation 
Galvanism 

Galvanized iron manufactures 
Galvanometers 

Galvanoplasty, electro, metallurgy 
* Galway, Ireland history 
Gambling administration 



237.6 

237 

552.34 
721.28 

72937 
721.58 

491.61 

973-6 

49163 

939-77 

939.32 

227.4 

553-44 
669.4 

551-51 
943-74 
9461 

854.52 

611.36 

616.36 

591.145 

177.1 

021.4 

708 

727.7 
022.4 

725-89 

343-2 

937.2 

282.44 

546.68 

343-2 

823.77 
542.8 

537.5 

671 

537.86 

537.85 
941.74 

35»-762 



Gambling ethics 174.6 

of amusements 175.9 
law 345 

Game laws hunting 799 

Games, amusements 790 

champ'nship, school hygiene 371.75 



customs 
ethics 
Greek 
of chance 



amusements 
ethics 



Roman 

school 

table and parlor 
Gaming, public administration 
Gamopetalae botany 

anatomy 
physiology 
lung diseases 
surgery 
fishes 
sanitation 
Catalan poetry 



Ganglia 

Gangrene 

Ganoidei 
Garbage 
Garcia 



* Gard, France history 
Gardening, flower 
kitchen 
landscape 
market 
window 
Gardens, botanic 

architecture 
zoological 



It 



Garfield, J. A., presidency of 
Garibaldi Italian history 

Gamier, Robert French drama 
Garrick, D. English drama 
Garter, order of heraldry 



Garters 
Garth, S. 
Gas, coal 

engines 



hygiene 
English satire 

heating 

engineering 

physics 

respiration 



394-3 
175 
913.38 
795 

1755 

913-37 

371.74 

793 
35*. 762 

5835 

611.89 

612.89 

616.245 

617.25 

597-4 
628.44 

849.9137 

944.83 

716.2 

635 

710 

635 
716.4 

580.7 

727.5 
590-7 

727.5 

973-8 
945.09 

842.37 
822.61 
929.714 

613.484 

827.48 

697.6 

621.4 

536-82 

612.22 

696.2 

697.6 

614.723 

614.835 



Topics In blaiik face type are f»ub-dlvided. 



exchange 

fitting 

heating 

illuminating air pollution 

inspection of 
light domestic economy 644 

library " 022.7 

manipulation practical chem. 542.7 
manufacture 665.7 

natural economic geology 553. 28 

heating 697.6 

sewer air pollution 614.765 

sanitary engin. 628.23 
Superior flgrures refer to the tables at the 



eud of this index. 

(475) 



Gas 

Gibraltar 



INDEX 



Gas, suffocation by, protection of life 614.82 

water heating 697.6 

works air pollution 614.723 

Gascoigne, G. English satire 827.31 

* Gascony, France history 94477 

Gases chem. tech. 665 

effect on books 025.8 

illuminating air pollution 614.723 

in mines 62241 
inhalation of, hyg. of employ. 61 3.62 

kinetic theory 533-7 

noxious air pollution 614.7a 

pneumatics 533 

quantitative analysis 5457 

Gasteromycetes botany 589.22 1 

Gastric secretions physiolog. zool. 591*143 



Gastritis 

Gastronomy 

Gastropoda 

Gates 

Gatling guns 

Gauging 



diseases 616.33 

cookery 641 

zoology 594.3 

arch, construction 721.8 



military eng. 
arithmetic 



measures 
' Gaul history 

Gauss's theory magnetism 
Gautama Buddhism 

Gautier, Theophile French fiction 
Gay, J. English drama 



623.4 
511-8 

389 

944 

538.1 
294 

84377 
822.56 



Gayangos, Pascual de Spanish misc. 868.51 



Gazetteers 

special country see country, 
Gearing mill engineering 

Gears, valve " ** 

Gehenna doctrinal theology 

Geibel, E. German poetry 



910.3 
914-919 
621.85 
621.84 

237.5 
831^3 



Geiger, E. G. Swedish miscellany 839.7861 



Geissler*s tubes electricity 
Gelatine proce«^es,^^'^otography 
Gelatinosse botany 
Gellert, C. F. German poetry 
Gelli, G. Italian essays 

Gem engraving 
Gemara Judaism 

Gemignano, F. da San Ital. satire 
Gemmation zoology 
Gems economic geology 

engraved 

mineralogy 
Gender English language 

French 

Latin 
' other languages 

Geneagenesis zoology 
Genealogy 
General average law 

council eccles. polity 
Topics in black face type are 



t< 



<« 



537.53 

773 
589.18 

831.61 

854.37 

736 
296 

857.11 

591.165 

553.8 
736 

549 

422.5 

442.5 

472.5 



« 



« 



i< 



General council religious history 270.2 
Generalization, logic 161 

Generals, lives of 923'5 

Generation, botany 581.16 

female functions of, phys. 61 2.62 

612.61 
576.1 
621.18 

591 'i<S 
61 1.6 

616.69 

591.46 



male 

spontaneous 
steam 
zoology 
Generative organs, anatomy 

male funct'l dis. 
Generatory organs comp. anat. 

descriptive anat 591.76 

* Genesee Co., N. Y. history 974-793 
Genesis Bible 
Geneva award, U. S. history 

confession creeds 

* history 
travels 
tribunal international law 341.6 

Genii 398.4 

Genital tract, rupture of abnormal 

labor 
Genitive case Greek syntax 

Latin " 
^ other languages 

Genito-urinary system, anatomy 

diseases of 



222.11 

973.8 
2384 

949.4 
914.94 



618.55 

485.5 
475.5 



591.162 
929 

3477 
262.5 



Genius 
* Genoa, Italy history 
travels 
Genre painting 
Gentianales botany 
Gentianeae " 

Gentlemen courtesy 
Gentleness ethics 
Geocentric place 
Geodesy 
Geognosy 
Geographical coordinates 



61 1.6 
616.6 
drugs act. on 615.76 
surg. opera. 617.46 

151. 1 



945-1 

9M.51 

754 

5837 

583-75 
177.1 

179.9 
521.2 

526 

551 
525.4 



discovery, history of 910.9 
distribution, anim. 591.9 
fossils 560.9 
of contag. dis. 614.42 



plants 



names 
variation 



581.9 
929.4 

591.152 

581.152 

9x2.3 

220.91 

gio 



animals 
plants 
Geography, ancient 
Biblical 
descriptive 

elementary education 372.8 
historical 9x1 

maps 912 

sub-divided. Superior dgvireu refer to the tables at the 
end of this index. 

(476) 







INDEX 


Gas 










Gibraltar 


Geography, physical 




551-4 


German reformation secular hist. 94303 


Geoidal figure of earth 




526.17 


reformed church 


284.1 


Qeological reports 




550 


Romanesque architecture 


723.43 


surveys 




554-55S 


sculpture 


735. 


time 




550.1 


socialism 


335.5 


Geologists* lives 




925-5 


universities 


378.43 


Geology 




550 


Germany 


administration 


354-43 


agricultural 




631 




antiquities 


9x343 


and religion apologetics 


239.8 




architecture 


720.943 


applied mining eng. 


622. 1 1 




botany 


581943 


dynamical 




551 




constitutional law 


34243 


nat. theol. 




215 




education 


370943 


speculative 




550.1 




finance 


336.43 


Geomancy divination 




^33-3 




geology 


554-3 


Geometric forms decoration in relief 729.54 


1 


history 


943 


painted decoration 729.44 




laws 


34943 


windows arch 


I. " 


729.81 




local government 


352043 


Geometrical drawing math, drawing 744 




maps 


9"43 


Geometricians' lives 




925.1 




religious history 


274-3 


Geometry 




513 




schools, public 


379-43 


analytical 




516 




statistics 


3M-3 


descriptive 




515 




travel 


914-3 


Geomorphy 




525.14 




treaties 


341.243 


George I. English history 


942.071 




universities 


378-43 


II. 


« 


942.072 




zoology 


591.943 


III. 


«• 


942.073 


Germicides 


external therapeutics 


615.778 


IV. 


« 


942.074 


Germination 


botany 


581.3 


'Georgia, Asia history 




947.9 


' Gers, France 


history 


944.77 


travel 




914.79 


Gerstacker, F. 


German fiction 


^33-77 


* Europe 




947-9 


Gerund 


Latin etymology 


472.8 


« U.S. history 




975.8 




syntax 


475.8 


Geraniaceae botany 




583223 


Gcsneraceae 


botany 


583.83 


Geraniales " 




583.21 


Gesta Ronianorum, mod. Lat. fiction 


879.3 


Gerhardt, P. German poetry 


83»-54 


Gestation, ectopic, diseases of women 618.31 


Germ cells, development 


botany 


581.172 


obstetrics 


6i8.a 




zoology 


591.172 


Gestures 


oratory 


808.5 


theory biology 




576 


Gettysburg, battle of U. S. history 


973-73 


of disease 


bacteria 


589.95 


Geysers 


physical geology 


55».23 




pathology 


616.01 


Ghebers 


Parseeism 


295 


German Catholic church 


sects 


282.43 


» Ghent 


history 


949.3 


dancing 




793 




travels 


914.93 


emperois, Italian 


history 


945.03 


Gherardi del Testa, T., Italian drama 852.74 


* empire, new 




94308 


Ghibelines 


Italian history 


94504 


* language 




430 


Ghistelc, C. van Dutch poetry 


839.3128 


low 




4391 


Ghost, Holy 


dogmatics 


23 » -3 


middle high 


437.02 


Ghosts 


delusions 


^33-^ 


old 


M 


437.01 


Giacometti, P. 


Italian drama 


852.73 


4 literature 




830 


Giambullari, B 


. F. " essays 


854.36 


low 




839.1 


Giannone, P. 


(t •< 


854.57 


mythology 




293 


Giannotti, D. 


« (( 


854-35 


opera music 




782.3 


Giant, Cardiff, 


, humbugs 


133-7 


Wagnerian, music 


782.2 


Giant's causeway description 


914.161 


painting 




759-3 


natural 


[ history of man 


573-8 


philosophers' lives 


921.3 


Gibbon, E. 


English essays 


824.67 


philosophy 




193 


'Gibraltar 


history 


946.8 


reformation rclig. hist. 


274.3 




travels 


914.68 


Topics In black face type are sub 


-divided. 


Superior flg^uret refer to the tables at the 






end of thi 


i» index. 










(47 


7) 







Gifford 
Graphical 

Gifford, W. English satire 
Gigantostraca zoology 
Gigli, G. Italian drama 

Gil y Zarate, A. Spanish poetry 
Gilbert, N. J. L. French satire 
'Gilbert Islands history 
Gilding 

polit. economy 

travels 

American essays 



INDEX. 



chemical technology 663.5 
Italian essays 



(« 



<« 



fiction 
outcast races 



Gilds 
Gilead 
Giles, H. 
Gin 

Gioberti, V. 
Giordani, P. 
Giovagnoli, R. 
Gipsies 

Gipsy language 

Giraldi, G. B. C. Italian drama 

•* fiction 
Girart de Rossilho Proven, poetry 
Girders bridge engineering 

Girls, counsels to ethics 
female education 
'Gironde, France history 
Girondists " ** 



827.71 

595-39 
852.54 
861.55 

847-52 
996. 8 

671 
338.6 
915.69 
814.32 



85477 
854.72 

853-87 

397 

397 
852.42 

853-44 
849.121 

624.2 

173-6 

376 

944.71 

944.04 
Girs, i^gidius, Swedish miscellany 839.7823 



Italian satire 
erosion 



Giusti, G. 

Glacial drift 
period 

Glaciers 

Gladiators customs 

' Glamorgan, Wales history 

Glanders diseases 

public health 

Glandular system anatomy 

drugs act. on 6x5.74 
surg. opera. 617.44 

' Glasgow history 94 1 .43 

travels 914.143 

university 378.41 

Glass and iron structures architec 721.98 



857.71 

55» -33 

551.79 

551-31 

394.2 

942.97 

616.954 

614.564 

6x1.4 



<t 



wood 
building 
iridescent 
manufacture 
painted 
prehistoric 
roofs 

stained, design 
works 



<« 



Glauconite 

Glazing 

Glees 

Gleet 

Glisettes 

Globe of eve 

Globes 



lithology 
building 
vocal music 
diseases 
curves 
diseases of 
school apparatus 



721.99 
691.6 
748 
666.1 
748 
571.56 
architecture 721.53 
729.8 

72548 

552.58 
698.5 

784.1 

616.952 

516.26 

617.74 



a 



« 



Globes use of astronomy 

Globular projection 
Globules of blood, red physiology 
Gloria in excelsis service, music 
^Glossaries English dialects 
' language 

* Gloucester, England history 
Gloves 



522.78 

515-52 
612.111 

783.22 

427 

423 
942.41 

646 
3914 



Glucose 

Glucosides 

Glue 

Glumaceae 

Gluttony 

Glycerine 



clothing 
costume 

leather, manufacture 675 

woven " 677 

chem. tech. 664.1 

vegetable drugs 615.333 

chem. tech. 668.3 
making air pollution 614.746 

botany 584.8 

temperance ethics 178.9 

chemical technology 668.2 

Glyphography, engraving 762 

Glyptics carving 736 

Gnats animal parasites 616.9681 

Gneiss lithology 552.42 

Gnetaceae, botany 585. i 

Gnoli, Domenico Italian poetry 851.83 

Gnomes folk-lore 398-4 

Gnomic poetry Greek literature 881 

Gnomonic projection, descr. geom. 515.55 

Gnosticism philosophy 189.1 

Gnostics heresy 273.1 

Goats 636.3 
diseases of comparative med. 619.3 

Gobelin tapestry art needlework 746 

Goblins folk-lore 3984 

God doctrines 231 

will of ethics 171. i 

American drama 812.12 

idolatry ago 

mythology 291 

Goes, J. A. van der Dutch poetry 839.3137 

Goethe, J. W. von German drama 832.62 
Goitre 
Gold 



G«)dfrey, T. 
Gods 



Topics in black face type are sub- 



pathology 616.44 

chemistry 54691 
Coast, Africa, history 966.9 

coinage 33^4 

manufactures 671 

metallurgy 669.2 

mineralogy 549.2 

ores econ. geology 553.41 

political economy 332.41 

Golden'bull Germ, const, hist. 342.43 

Goldoni, Carlo Italian drama 852.61 
Goldschmidt, M. A. Danish fiction 839.8365 

Goldsmith, O. English essays 824.66 

fiction 823.64 

poetry 821.64 

Goldsmithing, useful arts 671 

divided. Superior fig^ures refer to the tables at the 
end of this index. 

(478) 



Goldsmiths* work fine arts 739 

Gombcrville, M. Le Roy de Fr. fict. 843.42 
Gongora y Argote, L. dc Span. poet. 861 .37 



INDEX Gifford 

Graphical 

Government, science of polit. sci. 320 
U. S. and State adm. 353 



Goniometry 
Gonorrhoea 

Good-Friday 



crystallography 
pathology 
public health 
Anglican church 
special music 
* Hope, Cape of history 

travels 
Templars temperance 
Goodenovieae, botany 
Goodness ethics 

Goose, Mother, folk-lore 
Gorgias Greek philosophers 

Gorham controversy baptism 
Gorilla zoology 

Gospels Anglican ritual 

Bible 

harmonies of 
pseudo 
Gossip ethics 

Gotama Buddhism 

Gothe, J. W. von German drama 
Gothic architecture 
ecclesiology 

Kingdom, Italian history 
Spanish 
^ language 

literature 

revival, architecture 
Victorian ** 
•Gothland, Sweden history 
Goths 



(( 



548.7 
616.952 

614.548 

264.031 

783-27 
968.7 

916.87 

178.06 

583.58 
179.9 

398.3 
183. 1 

265.1 

599.8 

264.036 

226 

226.1 

229.8 

177.2 

294 

832.62 

723-5 

246.1 

945.01 
946.01 

439-9 

8399 

7*4-3 
724.4 

948.6 

943.01 



Gottfried von Strassburg, Germ. poet. 831.25 



Gottschall, K. R. German drama 
Gottsched, J. C. " " 

L. A. V. " 
Goudouli, P. de Proven9al poetry 
Gout diseases 

Governess, private education 
Qovernment, central admin. 



832.84 

832.54 

832-55 
849.141 

616.991 

373-1 
351 



organ, for. states 354 



control, insurance 
divine 

elemen. schools 
family, ethics 
foreign countries 
forms of 
libraries 
library economy 
loans finance 
local administration 352 
political science 320 
publishing 655.59 

school, education 371.5 
Topics In black face type are tub-divided. 



368.91 

231-7 
372.1 

173 

354 
321 

027.5 

023 

336.3 



Governmental buildings arch. 
Governors' lives 
Gowcr, J. English poetry 

Gozzi, Carlo Italian drama 
Gasparo " satire 
Grabbe, C. D. German drama 
Gracchi Roman history 

Grace aesthetics 

doctrinal theology 
Graces music 

mythology 



725.1 

923-2 

821.18 

852.62 

857.61 

832.71 

937.05 

701 

234.1 

781.2 

292 



Grade of sewers, sanitary engineering 628.219 



Graded degrees, academic 
Grades schools 

Grading engineering 

Gradual cathedral music 

Graduation schools 
Graeco-Russian church 



Graffiti 
Grafting 
Grail, holy 
Grain 



mscriptions 

fruit culture 

legends 

agriculture 

elevators, architecture 725.36 

trade dom. trade 381 



378.22 

371.25 
625.1 

783-23 
371.29 

281.9 

471-7 

634 

398-2 

633 



Graining 
Grains 
Grallatores 
Gramineae 



house painting^ 698.1 

agriculture 633 

zoology 598.3 

botany 584.9 

Grammar, comparative 415 

elemen. education 372.6 

schools public schools 379.17 

universal compar. philol. 415 

^ Grammars English language 425 

Gramme machine electricity 537-83 
Granada, Luis de, Spanish miscellany 868.32 

' Spain history 946.8 

travels 914.68 

Granaries architecture 728.95 

Grand army of the repub., associations 369 

U. S. hist. 973.76 



opera 
Grangers 

Granite building stone 

plutonic rock 
Granites metamorphic rock 

Grant, U. S., presidency of hist. 



Grants, land 



finance 
to schools 



Grape culture 
cure 
sugar 

Graperies 



therapeutics 
manufacture 
architecture 

Graphic arts, fine arts 

Graphical representations of sound 



782 

553-52 

552-33 

552-41 

973-8 

336.14 

379-12 

634 

615.854 

664.1 
728.98 
700 
534.6 



Superior flg^ureg refer to the tablet at the 



end of this Index. 

(479) 



Graphical 
Habitations 



INDEX 



Graphical statics 531-2 

Graphics of light and shadow S^S-7 

Graphite economic geology 553*26 

Graphitic anthracite economic geol. 553.25 

Grasses agriculture 633 

botany 5S4.9 

ornamental 71 6.1 

Grasshoppers, pests 632 

zoology 595-72 

Gratings, timber foundations 721.15 

Gratitude ethics 179-9 

Grattan, H. English oratory 825.65 
Grave mounds prehist. archaeology 571.92 



Gravel 



disease 
foundations 
petrography 
monuments 



Grave stones, 

yards 
Graves cemeteries 

Gravimetric analysis chemistry 
Gravina, G. V. Italian essays 
Gravitation celestial dynamics 



616.62 
721.14 

552.51 
718 

719 
719 
545.1 

854-55 

S2I.I2 



system waterworks 628.12 



Gravity, centre of 

experiments geodesy 
physics 
specific 
Gray, T. English poetry 

Grazzini, A Italian fiction 
Great Britain, antiquities 

church hist, 
colonies 
commerce 
debt of finance 
govt, of 
history 
parliament 
politics 
circle sailing navigation 
Eastern, ship building 
' Russia, Northern, history 

travels 
■ Southern, history 

travels 
' Salt lake, travels 

Grecian bend fashions 
'Greece, ancient history 



53'-24 
526.7 

5315 
532.4 
821.61 
853.41. 

913.42 

274.2 

325.242 

382 

33642 

342.42 

942 

328.4a 

329.942 

527.5 

699 
947.2 

914.72 

947.3 

914.73 
917.92 

391.2 

938 



modem administration 354495 



botany 
finance 
geology 
history 
maps 
schools 
statistics 
travel 
Topics In black face type are 



581.9495 

336.495 

554-95 

9495 
912.495 

379-495 

314-95 

914.95 



(i 



Greece, modem treaties 
Greek antiquities 

archipelago, ancient hist. 
' modem 

architecture 

art, history of 

church 

classics 

dialects 

fire customs of war 399 ' 

independence, mod. history 949.506 



341.2495 
913.38 
939.x 

949*9 
722.8 

709.38 
281.9 

880 
487 



* language 

* modem 
literature 

modem 

mythology 

orders of architecture 

paleography, inscriptions 

philosophy 

revival architecture 

sculpture 

theory of music 
Green, J. American poetry 

'Green Co., N. Y. history 
Green>sickness diseases 
Greenback party 



Greenbacks 

Greene, R. 
Greenhouses 



paper money 
U. S. finance 
English drama 

architecture 



480 

489 
880 

889 

292 
729.32 
481.7 
z8o 

724.2 

733 
781.8 

811. 14 

974.737 
618.17 

329.82 

332.5 

336.73 
822.31 

716.3 

728.98 



Greenland, discovery of, Scan. hist. 948.02 



Gresban, Arnoul 
Gresset, J. B. L. 
Grevin, Jacques 



<« 



II 



998 

552.58 

593.19 

591.55 

529.5 
246.8 

783.5 
842.21 

847.51 

842.3s 
944.08 



* history 

Greensand petrography 

Gregarinidae zoology 

Gregariousness of animals 

Gregorian calendar 

chant ecclesiology 

sacred music 

French drama 

satire 

drama 

Gr^vy, Jules Third republic 

Griepenkerl, W. R. German drama 832.72 

Grilles arch, construction 721.87 

Grillparzer, F. German drama 832.73 

Grimmelshausen, H. J. C. von 

Germ. fict. 833.52 

Grimm's law comparative philology 412 

Grinders* occupation hygiene 613.63 

Grinding flour mills 679 

machines mech. eng. 62 1 .92 

Gringoire, Pierre French drama 842.23 

Groceries adulterations 6x4'3 

Grocers' occupation hygiene 613.63 

Groined vaults architecture 721^14 

Bub-dlvided. Superior Azures refer to the tablea at the 
end of this index. 

(480) 



Grossi, Tommaso Italian fiction 853.73 
Grotesque forms decoration in relief 729.53 

painted decoration 729.43 
Grottoes ph3rsical geography 551.44 

Ground air hygiene 613.14 

public health 614.773 

hygfiene of pub. health 614.7 
water physical geog. 551.49 

Grounds, private 712 

Groves landscape gardening 715 

Growth after birth physiology 612.65 



biology 

botany 

disproportionate deform. 

incomplete 

of cities 



*( 



adminis. 



577.3 

581-134 

617.37 

617.31 
352.001 



physiology 
zoology 



statistics 312 

612.394 

591-134 



Grundtvig, N. F. S. Danish poetry 839.8163 
Gr3rphius, A. German drama 832.51 

'Guadaloupe history 972.97 

travels 917.297 

'Guanajuato, Mexico history 972.4 

Guano agriculture 631 

economic geology 553-64 
Guaranties and sureties law 347-7 

Guardianship law 347-6 

Guarini, G. Italian poetry 851.45 

* Guatemala history 972.81 

Gubbio, Bosone da Italian fiction 853.14 
Gubernatis, Angelo de Italian misc. 858.81 

831.22 

94504 

341-3 

942.34 

914.234 

85374 
972.7 

851.87 
988 

85434 

910 

656 

851-55 
85I-37 
944.7 



INDEX Graphical 

Habitations 

' Gulf States, U. S. history 976 

stream physical geography 551. 471 

Gulfs, hydrography of surveying 526.99 

Gullet, diseases of 616.32 

Gums and resins chem. tech. 668.4 

fossil economic geology 553*29 

vegetable drugs 61 5.335 

Gun cotton explosives 662.2 

making 683 

military engineering 623.5 

sports 799 

explosives 662.3 
manuf. piotec. of life 614.832 

plot English history 942.061 

military engineering 623.4 

Gunshot wounds surgery 617.145 

Gunter's scale, mathematical instru. 510.8 

Gustaf III. Swedish drama 839.7252 

Gustation physiology 612.87 

Gustavus Adolphus Swedish hist. 948.04 

misc. 839.7824 

Gut-cleaning air pollution 614.742 

Gutenberg history of printing 655.1 11 

Gutierrez, A. G. Spanish poetry 861.54 

Gutta percha rubber manufacture 678 

Serena eye diseases 
Guttiferx botany 

Guttiferales '* 

Gutzkow, K. F. German drama 
Guyot de Provins French satire 
Gyllembourg-Ehrensvard, T. C. 

ish fiction 



Gudrun German poetry 

Guelphs Italian history 

Guerilla warfare international law 
' Guernsey, island of history 

travels 
Guerrazzi, F. D. Italian fiction 
* Guerrero, Mexico history 
Guerrini, Olindo Italian poetry 
'Guiana, South America history 
Guicciardini, F. Italian essays 
Guide books 
Guides, railroad 

Gnidi, Alessandro Italian poetry 
Guidiccioni, Giovanni " 
'Guienne, France history 
Guilds, business political economy 338.6 



« 



parish work 
Guillotine law 
' Guinea, Upper, Africa history 
« Lower " " 

Guinicelli, Guido Italian poetry 
Guitar music 

^Gujerati language 
Gulf of Mexico physical geography 551.463 
Topics In black 



256 

343-2 

966.5 

967.1 

851.13 

787.6 

491.47 



Gunnery 
Gunning 
Gunpowder 



Guns 



617.75 
583-163 
583.16 
832.78 
847.11 
Dan> 

8398361 
Gyllenborg, G. F. Swedish poetry 839.7146 



Gymnasia 

Gvmnasiums 

Gymnastics 



379.43 
725.85 

615.82 

613.71 

371-73 
808.5 



German schools 
architecture 
curative 
hygiene 

school hygiene 
vocal elocution 

vocal music 784.9 
589.238 
589.17 

Gymnosophists philosophy 18 1.4 

Gymnospermae botany 585 

Gynaecology diseases of women 618.1 



Gymnoasceae 
Gymnocarpae 



botany 



i( 



Gypsies outcast races 

Gjrpsum agriculture 

economic geology 

lithology 
Gypsy Romany language 
Gyroscope astronomy 
Habakkuk Bible 
Habeas corpus law 



397 
631 
55363 

552.53 
397 
52328 
224.95 

347-1 
158 



Habit mental faculties 

Habitations, human hygiene 613.5 
of animals zoology 591.52 

face type are sub-divided. Saperior flgares refer to the tables at tlM 

end of this Index. 

(481) 



Habits INDEX 

Heating 

Habits animals zottlogy 59i-5 

customs 390 

laboring classes, pul. econ. 331^4 

morbid hygiene 613.87 

plants physiol. botany 581.5 

Hack licenses local government 352-8 

Hacklander, F. W. German fiction 833.78 

Hadamar von Laber " poetry 831.32 

' Haddington, Scotland history 941 '45 

Hades ancient mythology 292 

doctrinal theology 236.4 

Hadley's quadrant practical astron. 522.41 



'Hadramaut, Arabia history 953*4 

Haemodoraceae botany 584.23 

Haemorrhoids, diseases 616.35 

Haggai Bible 224.97 

* Hague, The history 949-2 ' 

travels 914*92 

Hahn Hahn, I. German fiction 833.76 

Hahnemann's theory therapeutics 61 5.53 

Hail storms meteorology 55^*55 

Haimonskinder, die, German poetry 831.37 



Hair 



anatomy 611.78 

diseases of 616.54 

dressing customs 39^ -5 

toilet 646 

organic chemistry 547 

physiology 612.79 
pickers' occu., hygiene 613.63 



Hakluyt society geography 
Half-timbered walls arch, const. 

way covenant 
Haliburton, T: C. Amer. humor 
Halicarnassus, Greek antiquities 
Halides organic chemistry 

' Halifax, N. S. history 

travels 
Hall, J. English satire 

Halleck, Fitz-Greene Am. poetry 
Halley's method, transits of Venus 
Hallman, K: I., Swedish drama 
Hallow-eve customs 
Halls, central library buildings 

city architecture 

exhibition 



c« 



« 



(( 



hygiene 
architecture 
student life 



for lectures 

music 

public 

riding 

society . 

temporary architecture 

town 

turn 
Hallucinations 

Halogen group chemistry 
Haloids organic chemistry 

Topics in black face type are t»ub«clivideci. Superior 

end of this index. 

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<« 



It 



910.6 

721.21 

285.8 

817.38 

913-3924 

547.7 
971.6 

917.16 

827.33 
811.31 

523.94 
839.7251 
394 
022.5 

725-13 
725.91 

725.83 
725.81 

613.55 
725.88 

371.86 

725.92 

725.13 
725.85 

*33.2 
546.1a 

547.4 



583.398 

535-4 

583.394 
948.4 

943-5' 
9i4.35» 



Halorageae botany 
Halos optics 

Hamamelideae, botany 
* Hamar, Norway history 
' Hamburg, Germany, " 

travels 
Hamilton, Alexander Am. oratory 815.21 
Sir W: English philos. 192.9 
' Hamilton Co., N. Y. history 974.752 

Hamitic language 493 

Hammarskold, L. Swedish essays 839.7462 
Hammers machine tools 621.97 

steam machine tools 621.97 
' Hampden Co., Mass. history 974-42 

' Hampshire Co., " " 974-42 

Hand-books of travel gio 

chiromancy '33.6 

dressing of ore mining eng. 622.72 
human anatomy 611.97 

language, deaf and dumb 37 1.92 

railing stair building 694.S 

turning lathes 621.94 

Handicraft mechanic trades 680 
Handling minerals mining engin. 622.61 
Hands, artificial surgery 617.57 

Handwriting 652 

Hanging punishments 343-2 

Hangings, textile building 698.7 

' Hanover, Germany history 943-53 

travels 9M.353 

Hanover, House of, English hist. 942.07 

Irish 
Scottish 
Hanseatic league history 
» Hants, England " 
Happiness ethics 
Hapsburg, house of, Germ. 
Harbor defences fortifications 



<i 



<( 



941-57 
941.07 

943-5 
942.27 

1 7 1.4 

943.026-.06 

623.1 

engineering 627 

Harbors, hydrography of surveying 526.99 

Hard labor punishments 343.2 

Hardenberg, F. von German fiction 833.63 



Hardness of molecules physics 
Hardware 

Harelip surgery 

Harems in Turkey customs 
Haren, O. Z. van Dutch drama 
Willem van " poetry 
Haring, W. German fiction 
Harington, John English satire 



Harlots 
Harmonics 



Harmonium 
Harmony 



ethics 

analytical geometry 

modem " 

music 

musical instruments 

music 



539-53 
671 

617.32 

392-6 

839.3244 

839.3145 

83375 
827.32 

176.5 
516.56 

5^3-56 
781. 1 

786.9 
781.3 



fissures refer to the tables at ilne 





INDEX 




Habits 










Heating 


Haimony of colors optics 


535-6 


Hazing student life 


371.82 


painting 


752 


Hazlitt, W. English essays 


824.76 


gospeiS Bible 


226.1 


Head 


anatomy 


6ii.gz . 


Harness-making 


685 




art anatomy 


743 


Harp 


787.5 




craniology 


573-7 


Harper's ferry invasion, U. S. history 973.6 




diseases 


616 


Harpsichord 


787.9 




dress customs 


391-5 


Harrington, James English fiction 


823.41 




phrenology 


»39 


Harris, W. T., American philosophers 191. 8 




surgery 


6x7.51 


Harrison, W. H., presidenc}- of 


973.5 


Headaches diseases 


616.84 


Harte, Francis Bret Am. fiction 


813.45 


Headstones monuments 


718 


Hartford convention U. S. history 


973-5 




mortuary design 


247-3 


Hartmann von Aue German poetry 831.26 


Healing, divine 


265.8 


Hartzembusch, J. E. Spanish " 


861.56 


Health affected by soil, hyg. of ground 614.77 


Harvard university 


378.744 




boards of local govt. 


352.4 


Harvesting agriculture 


633 




public health 


614 


' Hasa, Arabia history 


953-6 




laws hygiene 


613 


Hasheesh ethics 


178.8 




lift therapeutics 


615.82 


hygiene 


613.82 




of students 


371-71 


Hat-making 


687 




public 


614 


Hatching artificial, incubation 


636.5 




resorts hygiene 


613.12 


engraving 


762 


Healths, drinking of customs 


394.1 


Hate ethics 


179.8 




ethics 


178.3 


Hats clothing 


646 


Hearing acoustics 


534.7 


costume 


391.4 




anatomy 


611.85 


Hauch, J. C. Danish poetry 


839.8164 




asylums for deaf 


362.4 


Hau£f, W. German fiction 


833.67 




diseases 


6x7.8 


Haulage, animal mining engineering 622.65 




car hospital 


362.1 


mechanical, " " 


622.66 




physiology 


612.85 


' Haute Garonne, France history 


944.86 




senses 


152.2 


« Ix)ire, 


944.81 


Heart 


anatomy 


611. 12 


« Marne, 


944.33 




diseases 


616.12 


« Sa6ne,' 


944.45 




membranes of dis. 


616. 1 1 


« Savoie, 


944.49 


Heat, 


animal physiology 


6x2.5 


« Vienne, 


944.66 




diaphoretics 


6i5.7-*3 


« Hautes Alpes. 


944.97 




disinfect, in contag. dis. 


614.483 


« Pyrenees. " " 


944.78 




effect on books 


025.8 


' Havana history 


972.91 




plants 


581.54 


travels 


917.291 




engines air engines 


621.41 


' Havre, France historj- 


944.25 




geological agents 


55' -94 


travels 


914.425 




imponderable remedies 


615.832 


' Hawaii history 


996.9 




meteorology 


55»-52 


travel 


919.69 




of earth 


525-2 


Hawaiian language 


499 




moon 


523-32 


Hawes, S. English poetry 


821.25 




stars 


523.82 


Hawkesworth, J. ** essays 


824.65 




sun 


523.72 


Hawking sports 


799 




production, muscular 


612.745 


trade 


639 




physics 


536 


Hawthorne, Julian Am. fiction 


813.47 


Heathen, apologetics against 


239.3 


Nathaniel " " 


813-33 




art ecclesiology 


246.2 


Hay fever and asthma diseases 


616.202 




missions to 


266 


Hayes, R. B., presidency of 


973-8 




philosophy vs. the Church 261.2 


Hayne, Paul Hamilton Am. poetry 


811.42 




religions 


290 


' Hayti history 


972.94 




salvation of 


234 


travel 


917.294 


Heathenism. non-Christian relig. 299 


Haze meteorology 


55»-57 


Heating, buildings 


697 


Topics in black face type are ub-divided. 


Superi 


or tignrea refer to tbe tabled at the 




end of tl 


bis index. 






(4 


83) 







Heating 


INDEX 






History 










Heating, domestic econ. 


644 


Hemp 


agriculture 


633 


houses, sanitary engineer. 


628.8 




manufactui'es 


677 


libraries 


022.8 


Henri Deux ware pottery 


73^ 


physics 


536.83 


Henry I. 


English history 


942.023 


practical chemistry 


542.4 


II. 




942.031 


steam engineering 


621.19 




Irish history 


941.52 


Heaven theology 


237.4 


III. 


English history 


942.034 


Heavenly bodies, figures of 


521.14 


IV. 




942.041 


rotation of 


521.15 


V. 




942.042 


Hebbel, F. German drama 


832.77 


VI. 




942.043 


Hebraic Sabbath 


263.1 


VII. 




942.051 


Hebrew ancient history 


933 


VIII. 




942.052 


* language 


493.4 


Henry I. 


French history 


944.021 


literature 


892.4 


II. 




944.028 


religion 


296 


III. 




944.029 


Hebrews Epistles 


227.87 


IV. 




944.031 


modem history 


296 


Henry I. 


German history 


943.022 


Hebrides history 


941.17 


II. 




943.022 


Hedberg, Frans Swedish drama 


839.7265 


III. 




943-023 


Hedges landscape gardening 


: 715 


IV. 




943-023 


Hedonism ethics 


171.4 


V. 




943023 


Hegel German philosophers 193.5 


VI. 




943.024 


Hegelund, P. J. Danish drama 


839.8233 


VII. 




943.026 


Hegesias Greek philosophers 


183.5 


Hens 


diseases of 


619.5 


Heiberg, J. L. Danish drama 


839.8262 




poultry 


636.5 


P: A. 


839.8258 


Hepaticae 


botany 


588.3 


Heidelberg catechism 


238.41 


Hepatitis 


diseases 


616.36 


* history 


943.46 


Hepatology 


physiology 


612.35 


travels 


914.346 


Heptarchy 


English history 


942.01 


Heine, H. German poetry 


831.75 


Heraclitus 


Greek philosophy 


182.4 


Heinrich von Veldeke, Germ, poetry 831.23 


Heraldry 




929.6 


Heinrije van Veldeke, Dutch " 


839.3112 


« Herat, Afghi 


inistan history 


958.3 


Heirs law 


347.6 




travels 


915.83 


' Hejaz, Arabia history 


953-2 


' H^rault, France history 


944-84 


Heidenbuch German poetry 


831.29 


Herb doctors 


cures 


615.855 


" Heidenbuch, das " K. v. d. Rohn 


^ 831.35 


Herbariums 




580.7 


Heliand 


839.2 




architecture 


727.6 


Heliocentric long, and latitude 


521.25 


Herberay, NI 


d* French fiction 


843.33 


place 


521.2 


Herbert, G. 


English poetry 


821.38 


Heliometer astronomy 


522.45 


Herculaneum 


description 


913.377 


Heliostat 


522.58 


Herder, J; G. 


von German poetry 


831.64 


Heliotypes 


774 


Hereditary diseases hygiene 


613.93 


Heliozoa zoology 


593.13 


genius mental charactei 


• 136.3 


Hell 


237.5 


succession law 


347.6 


Hellebore irritant poisons 


615-93 




pol. sci. 


321.6 


Hellenic languages, minor 


489 


Heredity 


evolution 


575.1 


Helmers, J. F., Dutch poetry 


839.3152 




hygiene 


613.9 


Helminthology zoology 


595- » 




mental 


136.3 


Helps, Sir A. English essays 


824.84 




origin of the soul 


129.2 



Helps for laboring classes pol. econ. 331-85 

Hemiplegia paralysis 616.842 

Hemiptera insects 595«75 
Hemmingsen, Niels Danish misc. 839.883 

Hemorrhage in labor obstetrics 618.54 

of the lungs diseases 616.243 

Hemorrhoids " 616.35 
Topics in black 



spiritual doctr. theol. 233.3 
' Hereford, England history 942-44 

Heresies 273 

Heretics, persecutions of 272 

* Herkimer Co., N. V. history 974.761 

Hermann v. Sachsenheim, Ger. poet. 831.33 



Hermanni, N. Swedish poetry 839.71 H 

face type are tub-divided. Superior flgrures refer to the tables at tli# 

end of this index. 

(484) 



INDEX 



Hermaphrodites animals 


591.167 


man 


573-9 


Hermeneutics Bible 


220.6 


Hermetic art alchemy 


540.1 


Hermits* lives, biography 


920.8 


relig. biography 


922 


Hernia diseases 


616.34 


Herodotus Greek literature 


888.1 


Heroism ethics 


179.6 


Herpetology 


598.1 


Herrera, Fernando de Spanish poel 


t. 861.35 


Herrick, R. English poetry 


821.43 


Herring fisheries 


639 


' Hertford English history 


942.58 


Hertz, Henrik Danish drama 


839.8263 


' Herzegovina history 


94396 


Hesiod Greek epic poetry 


883.2 



If 



' Hesse-Darmstadt German history 943.41 
» Nassau «' " 943-58 

Hessian fly economic zoology 591-69 
Heterogenesis alternate generation 591.163 

591. 161 

59»i53 

593.63 

513.16 

426.5 
486.5 
476.5 



Hexagons 
Hexameters 



Hezapoda 



spontan. 
Heterophagic variation zoology 
Hezacorolla *^ 

geometry 
English prosody 
Greek " 
Latin " 

other languages 
zoology 
Heyse, P. J. L. German fiction 
Heywood, J. English drama 
Hiatus Greek prosody 

Latin " 
' other languages 

Hibbert lectures religion 
Hibernation zoology 
Hickok, L. P. Amer. philosophers 
Hicksites friends 

' Hidalgo, Mexico history 
Hieroglyphics 

Egyptian 
High altitude observatories astron. 
church Anglican church 
license temperance ethics 
pressure hot water heating 

steam " 

schools 
treason law 
Higher algebra 

education academies 



595.7 

833-85 
822.21 

486.4 

476.4 

290 

591-54 
191.4 

289.6 

972.4 

419 

493-1 
522.14 

283 
178.4 

697.4 

697.5 

379.17 

343 
512.8 

373 
378 



Heating 
History 

Hight of buildings ground hygiene 614.784 

tide wave, velocity of 525.65 

Hights, measurement of surveying 526.94 
Highway areas Eng. local gov'm't 352.0427 

Highwaymen law 343 

Highways, administration 351.81 1 

law 347.2 

local government 352.7 

road engineering 625.7 

transportation 386 

travel on, protect, of life 614.862 

Hildebrand Italian history 945-03 

religious " 270.4 

•* Hildebrandslied," German poetry 831. 11 

Hillhouse, J. A. American drama 812.23 
Himalayan architecture 
' Himalayas physical geography 

travel 
Himyaritic inscriptions 

* language 

* Hindi language 
Hindoo architecture 

* languages 
law 

philosophy 
religion 

' Hindostan history 

Hinduism 

' Hindustan history 

* Hindustani language 
Hip 



Hipparion 
Hippias 
Hipponax 
Hippophagy 



History 



colleges 
numerical equations, algebra 512.22 
'Highlands, Scotland, description 914.11 

history 941 -i 
Hight of atmosphere 523-58 

I^les in black face type are «iib-divided. Superior figures refer to the tablet 

end of this Index. 



diseases 
surgery 
paleontology 
Greek philosophers 

" satire 
hygiene 
Histogenesis zoOlogy 
Histology animals 

botany 

human anatomy 
Historians' lives English 
Historical atlases 

books Bible 
charts and tables 
geography 
magazines 
on special subjects see subject. 

painting 756 

sermons 252.9 

societies 906 

on special subjects see subject. 

theology 209 

900 
ancient 930 

constitutional 342 

ecclesiastical 270 

at the 



722.4 

55»-43 
915.42 

492.917 

492.9 

491.43 

722.4 

491.1 

34954 
181.4 

294 

954 

294 

954 

491.43 
616.7 

617.58 

569-7 
183.1 

887.3 
613.28 

591.17 

591.8 

i;8i.8 

On 

928.28 

911 

222 

902 

911 

90s 



(485) 



History INDEX 

Human 

History general modem 909 

literary, general 809 

modem 940-999 

natural 590 

naval see spec, countries, 
of civilization 901 

philosophy of 901 

sacred 220.9 

universal 909 

* of special topics see subject 

Histrionics 792 

Hittites history 939-45 

Hives skin diseases 616.51 

Hjarne, Urban Swedish misc. 839.7832 

Hobbes materialism 146 

Hobbies 

Hoffmann, E. T. W., German fiction 833.64 
Hofmannswaldau " poetry 831.55 

Hog domestic animals 636.4 

styes air pollution 614.762 
Hohenstaufen, house of, Ger. hist. 943.024 
Hohenzollern " " 94349 

Hoijer, B: K: H. Swedish essays 839.7461 
Hoisting engines mining engineer. 622.67 
machinery mill work 621.86 

mining engineering 622.6 

of water mining engineer. 622.55 
Hoi berg, Ludvig Danish drama 839.8241 
Holderlin, J. C. F. German poetry 831.67 
Holiday opening, library economy 024.4 
Holidays hygiene 613.77 

school, education 371*23 
Holiness doctrinal theology 234.8 

Holland, J. G. American essays 814.34 
' Holland, history 949*2 

reformation in, relig. hist. 274.92 
travels 914.92 

Hollow tile construction building 693.4 

floors arch, construction 721.63 
Holly system water supply of towns 628. 12 
Holmes, O. W. American humor 817.32 
Holmstrom, Israel Swedish poetry 839.7134 
Holothuroidea zoology 593*96 

Holstein cattle domes, animals 636.2 

' duchy of history 943-51 

Holtz machine electricity 537*2 

Holy alliance European history 940.9 
communion 



265-3 
Ghost theology 231.3 

grail . legends 398*2 

land history, ancient 933 

' modern 956*9 

pre-Israelite history 939*45 

travels 9'5*69 

league French history 944.029 

orders church 265.4 

Copies in black face type are sub-divided. 



943 

247.9 

220 

23 » -3 
246.6 

824.62 

822.64 

392 
374 

373'^ 

1737 
266 

392.3 

374.8 
024.6 

396.6 

883.1 



Holy Roman Empire 

rood ecclesiology 

scriptures 

Spirit theology 

water ecclesiology 

Home, H. English essays 

J. " drama 

Home customs 

education self-education 

vs. public 

life ethics 

missions 

relations, customs 

study, societies for 

use of books library reg. 

woman in 

Homer Greek epic poetry 

Homes country architecture 728.6 

for aged " 725.56 

poor, city " 7 20. 11 

country cottages 728.68 

tenements 7 28. 12 

hygiene 613.51 

soldiers' architecture 725.59 

725.65 

347.2 

343 
251 

252 

615-53 

574 

591.4 
424 

595-75 
972.82 



(( 



Washingtonian 
Homestead bill U. S. law 
Homicide law 

Homiletics theology 
Homilies sermons 

Homoeopathy, therapeutics 
Homologies biology 
zoology 
Homonyms Eng. philology 
Homoptera entomology 
' Honduras, British history 

* Central America, history 972.83 

travels 917.283 

Honesty ethics 

Honey agriculture 

Honeymoon customs 

* Hong Kong, China history 

travels 

history 

travels 

business ethics 

student 
Honorary degrees colleges 

titles heraldry 

Hood, Robin legends 

T. English humor 

Hoods, academic 
Hooft.Corneliszoon Dutch drama 839.3232 
Hoogvliet, Arnold '* poetry 839.3143 
Hooping cough diseases 616.204 

Hoosac tunnel, engineering 622.26 

Hopken, A. J. von Swedish misc. 839.7845 

Superior fiu^ures refer to the tables at 



z Honolulu 



Honor 



174 
638 

392.5 
951.2 

915.1a 

996.9 

919.69 

174 
371.81 

378.25 

927.7 

398.2 

827.72 

378.29 



end of this index. 

(486) 



INDEX 



History 

Human 



Hopkinsianism Calvinism 284.2 

Hopkinson, Francis Am. satire 817.14 

Hops agriculture 633 

brewing 663.3 

Horace Latin lyric poetry 874.5 

satire 877.3 

Horizon, artificial 5- 2- 57 

Horn wind instrument 788.4 

organic chemistry 547 

Horneck, O. von German poetry 831.31 

Horned cittle agriculture 636.2 

Horns, drinking customs 394-1 

Horology astronomy 5^97 

watch making 681 

Horoscope astrology '33'S 

Horse cars railroad engineering 625.6 

diseases, veterinary medicine 61 9.1 

domestic animal 636.1 

pox diseases 616.955 

racing amusements 79S 

ethics 1757 

railway, engineering 625.6 

sociology 386 

useful arts 656 

shoeing 682.1 

training, domestic animals 636.1 

veterinary medicine 619. i 

zoology 5997 

Horsemanship 798 

Hortatory theology 243 

Horticultural societies 716 

agriculture 630.6 

Horticulture 716 

Hosea Bible 224.6 

Hosiery clothing 646 

costumes J914 

manufacture 677 
Hospice of St. Bernard, protec. of life 614.87 



« 



(( 



Hotels hygiene 613.52 

Hottentots description 916.87 

Hour glasses horology 529.78 

Hours, library regula. for readers 024.3 
of labor political economy 331.81 
school 
House building 

connections sewerage 
drainage 
drains 

furnishing domestic econ. 
of Commons legis. bodies 
correction 

Lords legis. bodies 

refuge 
Representatives legis. 

bodies 328.73 
painting building 698.1 

Household art, decoration 747 

Housekeeping 640 

cooperative 3344 

Houses architecture 720 

disinfec. in cont. dis. 614.48 
flues in sewerage 628.233 
hygiene 6x3.5 

noble heraldry 929.7 
pipes on sewerage 628.234 
society student life 371.86 
Housewifery 640 

Housing of animals animal hygiene 614.94 



37124 

690 

628.252 

628.6 

628.235 

645 
328.42 

364 
328.42 

364 



Houwaert, J. B. Dutch poetry 
Howard, H. English " 
Howells, W: D. Am. fiction 
Howitzers ordnance 
Huckster licenses local gov. 
' Hudson bay territory history 
river description 



839-3«25 
821.28 

81343 
623.4 

352.8 
971.2 

91747 



616.941 

97377 

177.1 

362 

725.5 
613.56 



Hospital gangrene diseases 

sketches Amer. civil war 
Hospitality ethics 
Hospitals 

and asylums, arch, 
hygiene 

marine institutions 362.1 

military " 362.1 

Host eucharist 

Hot air baths hygiene 
drinks " 

houses agriculture 

flower culture 
physical geology 
heating 



Huerta, V. A. G. de la. Span, poetry 861.43 



Huet, C. B. 
Hugh Capet 
Hugo, V. M. 



Huguenots 



<( 



(( 



(( 



sprmgs 
water 
Hotels 



architecture 
family, architecture 
Topics in black face type are 



Dutch essays 
French history 
drama 
fiction 
poetry 
church 
lives 

persecutions 
Hulsean lectures apologetics 
Human ability, doctrinal theology 
anatomy 
body and mind 
body art anatomy 

depravity doctrinal theology 233. i 
faculties psychology 150 

figure, perspective 5^5.^7 

habitations hygiene 613.5 

life, protec. fr. accident 6x4.8 

8ab-divided. Superior figures refer to the tables at the 
end of this index. 

(487} 



265.3 
613.46 

613.37 

635 

716.3 

551-23 

697.4 

640 

728.5 

728.2 



839.3455 
944.02 s 

842.78 

84378 

841.78 

284.5 

922.4 

272.4 

239.03 
2334 
611 
130 

743 



Human INDEX 

Imitation 

Human mind psychology 150 

nature dogmatics 233 

mental characteristics 136 
physiology 612 

race ethnolo gy 572 

resorts hygiene 613.5 

rights pol. science 323 

sacrifice, non-Christ, relig. 290 
Humane societies 361 

Humanism 880.7 

Humanitarianism Unitarianism 288 
Humanity ethics I77«7 

Humanized vaccination, contag. dis. 614.4732 



Humbugs delusions 


1337 


Hume, D. English essays 


824.64 


philosophy 


192.4 


Humility ethics 


179-9 


Humiriaceae botany 


583-213 


Humming-birds zoology 


598.8 


* Humor English literature 


827 


Humoral pathology 


6x6.4 


Humorists* lives, Eng. 


928.27 


Hundred days, 181 5 French history 


944.05 


Hungarian language 


494 


* Hungary history 


943-91 


Hunger and thirst physiology 


612.391 


Huns history 


950 


Hunt, Leigh English essays 


824.77 


Hunting business 


639 


sport 


799 


'Huntington, England history 


942.56 


Huronian strata geology 


551-71 


Hurricanes 


551-55 


Husband and wife law 


347-6 


Husbandry agriculture 


630 


Husbands, duties of ethics 


^73-3 


Hussites Christian sects 


284.3 



Huydecoper, Balthasar, Dutch dram. 839.3243 
Huygens, Constantijn " poctry 839.31 34 
^ Huzv^aresh language 49x«53 

Hvitfeld, Arild Danish miscellany 839.883 
Hybrids animals 59' -15^ 

plants 581.158 

' Hyderabad, India history 954-9 

Hydragogues cathartics 615.7324 

Hydraulic engine mech. engin. 621.25 



physics 
engineering 
mining engineering 
press " 

physics 
pressing printing 
ram engineering 

Hydraulics science 
Hydrazo-bodies chemistry 
Hydrocarbons 



532.82 

627 

622.32 

621.26 

532.82 

65533 
621.27 

532 

547-8 



4( 



Hydrocarbons, mineralogy 
Hydrocele diseases 
Hydrocephalus " 
Hydrocharideae botany 
Hydrodynamics physics 

water engines 
Hydrogen, carburetted, air pollution 

chemistry 
Hydro geology 
Hydrography surveying 
Hydroidae zoology 

Hydrokinetics 
Hydrology 
Hydromechanics 
Hydromedusae zoology 
Hydrometer specific gravity 
Hydrometry velocity 
Hydropathy 
Hydrophobia diseases 

protective inoculation 
public health 
Hydrophyllaceae botany 
Hydrous silicates mineralogy 

sulphates " 

Hydrostatics 
Hydrozoa zoOlogy 
Hygiene 

mental 

military 

naval 

of air an i ground public 
health 
animals public health 
pregnancy obstetrics 
travel and exploration 

prison 

public 

school education 

vocal 
Hyginus, Caius Julius Latin poetry 
Hygrometry meteorology 
Hylozoism metaphysics 
Hymenomycetes botany 
Hymenoptera insects 
Hymn tunes music 
Hymnody " 

Hymnology sacred theology 
Hymns and psalms hymnology 
Hyperaemia diseases 
Hyperaesthesia " 
Hyperbola analytical geometry 

geometry 
Hyperbolic functions calculus 
Hyperboloid analytical geometry 
Hyperboreans Greek mythology 
Hyperellipiic functions calculus 



547-a 

Tupict) iu black face type are sub-divided. Superior figures refer to the tables 

eud of thiH index. 

(48S) 



549-8 
616.68 

616.82 

584." 

53a.5 
621.2 

614.722 

546.11 

551.92 

526.99 

593-71 
532.5 
551-46 
532 

593-71 

532-4 

532.57 

615.853 

616.^53 
614.^77 

614.563 

583.764 
549.65 
549-76 
532 

593.7 
613 

«3i 
613.67 

613.68 

6x4.7 
614.9 
618.24 
613.69 

613-57 
614 

371-7 
784.9 

871.3 

551.57 
146 

589.222 

595-79 
783-9 
7839 
245 

245 

616.1 

616.856 
516.24 

513-24 

517.36 

516.44 
292 

5»7.36 
at tl&e 



INDEX 



Human 
Imitation 



H3rpericinese • botany 
Hypcrides Greek oratory 
Hypermetamorphosis zoology 
Hypertrophies, skin diseases 
Hypnotics therapeutics 
Hypnotism mesmerism 
Hypochondria medicine 

mental disease 
Hypodermic injections medicine 
Hypotheses logic 
Hypothesis, nebular 



583.162 

885.7 

S9»-35 
616.54 

615.782 

134 
616.852 

1323 
615.63 

167 

52312 



'Hypothetical sentences, Eng. gram. 425.4 



Hypsometry 

Hyracoidea 

Hyrax 

Hyrcania 

Hysteria 

Hysterics 

Hysterology 

Hysterotomy 

lamblichus 

Iberia, Asia 



physical geography 
mammals 



if 



SSi-53 
599.6 

599.6 

939.62 

616.852 



ancient history 

diseases 

mental derangements 132.5 

425.3 
obstetrics 61S.86 

Greek philosophers 186.4 

ancient history 939.54 

Ibsen, Henrik, Danish drama 839.8266 

Ice age geology 551-79 

dealers trades 689 

erosion and deposition 55i-3 

formation of 55 1*57 

frost geological agents 551.91 

houses architecture 728.97 

impure hygiene 613.32 

manufacture 621.5 

meteorology 55' '57 

packing, for the dead, pub. health 614.64 

Icebergs physical geography 551.34 

Iceland, discovery of Scand. hist. 94S.02 



* history 

^Icelandic language 
literature 
Ichneumon idse zoology 
Ichnology paleontology 
Ichthyology 
Ichthyopterygia reptiles 
Iconoclasts heathen art 
Iconography 

Christian 
Iconology emblems 

' Idaho, U. S., history 
Idealism philos. system 

Idealistic painting 
Idealized dance music 
Ideas, innate intuitive faculty 
Identity, mistaken law 

personal 
Idiocy 

^Idioms English language 

Idiosyncrasies, mental 
Topics In black face type are 



949.1 
4396 
839.6 

595-79 
566 

597 

598.15 

246.3 

730 

247 

246.5 

979.6 

141 

753 
786.45 

156 

347.94 
126 

132.2 

423.1 
137 



Idiosyncrasy, influence of thcrapeu. 615.57 



ethics 
non-Christ, relig. 

ancient history 



362.3 

725.53 

371.93 
179.8 

290 

939.46 

785.3 

784.3 
832.65 



Idiot asylums 

architecture 
schools 
Idleness 
Idolatry 
Idumxa 
Idyllic orchestral music 

vocal music 
Iffland, A. W. German drama 
Iglesias de la Casa, J. Span, poetry 861.47 
Igneous rocks lithology SS^i 

Iguanodon fossils 568.19 

Ihre, Johan Swedish miscellany 839.7843 
Iliad Greek epic poetry 883.1 

Ilicineae botany 583.269 

* 111 e et Vilaine, France history 944.15 
Illecebraceae botany 583.912 
Illegitimacy law 347.6 

* Illinois, U. S. history 977*3 
Illiteracy public schools 379>2 

spelling reform 421.4 

Illuminated books 096 

manuscripts 091 

Illuminati society 366.4 

Illuminating apparatus microscopes 578.5 
gases air pollution 614.723 

chem. tech. 665.7 
inspection of 614.835 
Illumination, decoration 745 

electric 537.83 

house lighting 644 

instruments, astronomy 522.55 



sacred ornamentation 
Illusions 

Illustrated books book rarities 
Illustrations of books publishing 

rare 
Illustrative orchestral music 
Illyria ancient history 

Image worship idolatry 
Images in churches ecclesiology 
Imaginaries, calculus of 
Imaginary books 

expressions algebra 
quantities 
Imagination in art 

science 

influence of, on the body 61 5.851 
mental faculties 155 

Imbeciles, asylums for 362.3 

architecture 725.53 
education of 37 '"93 

Imbecility mental derangements 132.2 

Imbibition physiology 612.381 

Imitation 



« 



247.4 

133.2 
096 

65553 
096 

785.2 

939.87 
290 

246.3 

517.8 

098 

512.24 

512.24 

701 

501 



sub-divided. Superior figures refer to the tables at 
end of this index. 

(489) 



the 



Immaculate 
Injurious 



INDEX 



Immersion 



Immaculate Conception of Christ 

Mary 
baptism 
Baptist doctrines 

sect 
colonies 



ethics 



(I 



Immigrants 
Immigration 
Immoral art 

literature, 
Immortality, conditional 

doctrinal theology 
metaphysics 
natural theology 
of animals 
Impeachment, administration 

constitutional law 
criminal law 
Imperfections crystallography 
Imperial federation, Gt. Br. 
robes ceremonies 
Implements, agricultural 
domestic 



232.1 
230.2 
265.1 
230.6 
286 

3251 
325 
176.7 
176.8 

237.3 
237.2 

128 

218 

591.51 

351-99 
342 

343 
548.4 
354-4201 

394-4 
630 

640 



Imports 

Imposition 

Impostors 

Impotence 

Imprecations 



Imponderable remedies, therapeu. 615.83 

Importation duty free for colleges 337-8 

of books, lib. econ. 025.2 

commerce 382 

printing 655.27 

humbugs ^33'7 

diseases 616.69 

ethics '79-5 

Impregnation physiology 612.63 

Impressionist school of painting 759 9 

Impressment of seamen 359 

Imprints, fictitious 014 

Imprisonment punishments 343-2 

Improvisation organ music 786.87 

Impulse of water hydraulics 532.58 

Impure ice hygiene 613.32 

Impurities of well water hygiene 613.32 

water works 628.16 
Inability, human doctrinal theology 233.4 



Incandescence, heat 

Incantations 

Incarnation 

Incas 

Incense 

Incest 



Christology 

history 

ecclesiology 

criminal law 
Inchbald, Mrs. £. English drama 
Incised wounds surgery 
Inclination of equator to ecliptic 
Inclined plane, canal engineering 

machines 
Inclines railroad engineering 

Income, public finance 

tax •' 

Incomplete coalescence deformities 617.32 
Topics in black face type are tub-divided. 



536-45 

^3M 
232.1 

985 
247.9 

343 
822.67 

617.141 

525-5' 
626.5 

531-85 

625.3 

336 

336.24 



Incomplete development, deform 


. 617.31 


Incrustation, arch, decoration 


729.6 


Incrustations on steam boilers 


621.18 


Incubation, artificial 


636.5 


Incunabula book rarities 


093 


Incurables, hospitals for 


362.1 


architecture 


725.51 


Indelible inks, chemical technology 


667.4 


Indemnity international law 


341-3 


Independence, American U. S. hist 


• 973-3 


Independency, church polity 


262.8 


Independent angles geodesy 


526.51 


Independents sects 


285.9 


Indeterminate equations algebra 


512.23 


forms calculus 


517.22 


Index error practical astronomy 


522.38 


expurgatorius book rarities 


098 


making, literary methods 


029.5 


rerums " " 


029.5 


Indexes, Biblical concordances 


220.2 


see subj. indexed 




India, administration 


35454 


antiquities 


913-54 


architecture 


720.954 


ancient 


722.4 


Mohammedan 


723.3 


botany 


581-954 


* British history 


954 


' Farther 


959 


finance 


336.54 


geology 


555.4 


history, ancient 


934 


' modem 


954 


maps 


912.54 


rubber manufactures 


678 


schools, public 


379.54 


statistics 


3154 


travel 


9154 


other topics see table i. 




'Indian archipelago history 


99< 


Bureau U. S. adm. 


3533 


corn agriculture 


5633 


East, languages 


491.X 


modem languages 


491.4 


legends 


398.2 


missions 


266 


mortality pub. health 614.144 


ocean travels 


910.4 


philosophers 


181.4 


religions 


299-7 


Territory, U. S. history 


976.6 


wars U. S. hist. 


973-2 


' Indiana, U. S. history 


977.2 


Indians, American 


970.1 


education of 


371-95 


ethnology 


572.897 


Superior flg^nrea refer to thetablef 


at thtt 



end of this index. 

(490) 



INDEX 



Indians language 

' Indie languages 
Indicator for steam engines 



Indicators 

Indictments 

Indigestion 

Indigo 

Indium 



497 
491. 1 
621. 1 1 
025.6 

3431 
616.33 



library economy 

criminal law 

medicine 

chemical technology 667.2 

chemistry 546-67 

Individual soul, origin of 129 

Individuals and the state ethics 172. i 
Indo-European languages, minor 491 

491 

793 

347-4 

944-55 

0.944-54 

53724 

537.51 
538-2 



If 



history 



Germanic 
Indoor amusements 
Indorsement law 
■ Indre, France 
' et Loire, France 

Induction balance electricity 

coil 

magnetism 



<( 



« 



of labor obstetric opera. 618.88 



reasoning faculty 
spark electricity 

Inductive logic 

sciences 

Indulgencies l^oman church 

doctrine 

Industrial arts 



1536 

537.52 

161 

500 

282 

230.2 

Goo 



Immaculate 
Injurious 

Infant salvation 234 

therapeutics 615.54 

Infanticide customs 392.2 

ethics 173.4 

law 343 

Infantry army 356 

Infants, care of 618.6 

food for hygiene 613.22 

Infection, protection against sanit. 628.513 
Infectious diseases of domes, animals 614.91 



pathology 
pub. health 

spec. 

Infernal machines explosives 

Infidelity 

Infiltration of water mining eng. 

Infinite metaphysics 

Infinitesimal calculus 



Infinitive 



classes political econ. 331^ 



(( 



«( 



« 



<( 



« 



<( 



depressions 
drawing 
economy 
education 
exhibitions 
history 
legislation 
museums 
sanitation 
schools 
statistics 
tfndustries chemical technol. 

useful arts 
Industry ethics 

Inebriate asylums architecture 

ethics 
Inebriates temperance 

Inequality, diurnal, of tides 
Infallibility, divine 

of the church 
papal eccles. polity 

Roman doctrine 
Roman church 
schism. Old Catholics 
Infancy, psychology of 
Infant baptism 

education elemen. educ. 
mortality, public health 



338.8 

744 

330 

371.42 

606 

609 

338.9 
606 

628.5 

607 

331 
660 

600 

179.9 

725.65 
178.6 

178.6 

525.63 
231.6 

262.8 

262.13 

230.2 

282 

284.8 

150 

265.1 

372 

614.132 



Infirmaries 



Inflammation 



English syntax 
Greek " 
Latin " 

other languages 
architecture 
hospitals 

surgery 



6x6.91 
614.4 

614.5 
662.2 

211 

622.51 

125 

517.1 

425.8 

485.8 

475-8 

725.51 
362.1 
612.57 
617.22 



Inflammatory affections of the skin 616.51 



Inflation 
' Inflection 
Influenza 
Infusoria 



paper money 
English philology 
diseases 
zottlogy 



332.5 
425.1 

616.203 

593.15 

552.57 

839.8162 

608 

812.24 



Infusorial earth, petrography 

Ingemann, B. S. Danish poetry 

Ingenuity inventions 

Ingersoll, C. J. Am. drama 

Inhalation, adminis. of medicine by 61 5.64 

of dust hygiene of employ. 613.63 

gases " " 613.62 

Inheritance law 347-6 

of soul metaphysics 129.2 

Inherited disease hygiene 613.93 

mental disability hygiene 613.92 

Injections collectors' manuals 579.3 

hypodermic 615.63 

intra-uterine, obstet. 61S.89 

medicine 6x5.6 

Injectors steam engine 621.18 

Injured, aid to, protection of life 614.88 

Injuries, effects of diseases 6x6.98 

results of surgery 617.2 

surgery 61 7.1 

to library books, rules 024.8 

shelf dept. 02 5.8 

torts 347.5 

Injurious animals agriculture 632 

zottlogy 591-65 

Topics In black face type are tub-divided. Superior flg^ures refer to the tables at the 

end of this index. 

(490 



Injurious 
Ionic 



INDEX 



Injurious insects agriculture 632 

occupations hygiene 6x3.6 
plants botany 581.65 

Ink, colored, for books 655.26 

manufacture 667.4 

Inland navigation canals, etc. 656 

quarantine public health 614.462 
seas, tides on 525.66 

Inlay architectural decoration 729.63 

Inlets sewerage 628.255 

Innate ideas 156 

Inns architecture 738*5 

hotels 640 

of court English law 340.7 
Inoculation against small-pox 6x4.471 
protective, contag. dis. 6x4.47 
Inorganic and organic matter, differ. 577.1 
chemistry 546 

drugs materia medica 6x5.2 
substances, analysis of 543.7 

Inquests, coroners' 
Inquisition persecutions by 272.2 

Spanish history 946.04 

Insane asylum, architecture 725.52 

criminal, law 340.6 

hospitals 362.2 

lives of 920.8 

Insanity law 347*1 

mind and body 132.1 

Inscriptions, comparative 417 

* English language 421.7 

Insecta parasitica ectozoa 616.9681 

entozoic diseases 616.967 
Insectivora mammals 599*3 

Insects, fertilization of plants 581.16 

injurious, agriculture 632 

to books lib. econ. 02 5.8 
zoology 591-65 

metamorphosis, embryol. 591.34 

variation 591. 151 
paleontology 565.7 

zoology 595.7 

Insessores birds 59^*^ 

Insolvency law 3477 

Insomnia disease 616.84 

hygiene 613.86 

Inspection of buildings 614.85 

explosives, etc. 6x4.83 

food, etc., pub. health 614.3 
Inspiration Bible 220.1 

Installation of ministers 262.16 

Instinct animals 59' -S^ 

human 158 

Instinctive knowledge 158 

Institute of France 064 

Institutes Roman law 349-374 

Topics in black face type are sab-divided. 



Institutes, teachers' 


370.7 


workingmen's arch. 


72593 


Institutions Christian 


260 


educational 


370 


feudal 


321-3 


monarchic 


321.6 


musical 


780.7 



of credit admin. 351-825 

pol. econ. 332.31 

patriarchal 321.1 

republican 321.8 

sociology 360 

Instruction methods 37i-3 

organ 786.7 

piano 786.3 

public worship 264.6 

Instrumental errors practical astr. 522.98 

music 780 

public worship 264.2 

Instrumentation music 781.6 

Instruments, astronomical 522 

chronological 529.78 

drawing 744 

engineering 62a 7 

geodetic field work 526.33 

making 681 

mathematical 510.8 

musical 780 

optical 535.87 

physical 530-8 

surgical 617.91 

surveying 526.91 

telegraphic 654.1 
for other purposes see subject 

Insular faunas, zoology 59 1 -9' 

floras botany 581.91 

Greece ancient history 939.x 

' modern " 949-9 

Insurance 368 

administration 3*51.825 

buildings arch. 725.23 

companies 368 
compulsory polit. econ. 331.2 

law 368 

societies cooperative 334.3 

Insurrections internal relations 323 

Intaglios sculpture 736 

Intarsia and inlay arch, decoration 729.63 

Integral calculus 517-3 

Integrity business ethics X74 

Integument comparative anatomy 591.49 

descriptive anatomy 591.79 

Integumentary system, anat. 611.7 

surg. opera. 617.47 

Intellect 151 

Intellectual development education 370.1 
Saperior flg^ares refer to the tables at the 



end of this index. 



(492) 





INDEX Injurious 






Ionic 


Intellectual development history 809 


Interpolation spherical astronomy 


522.75 


influence of ch 


. 261.5 


' Interrogatives Latin syntax 


475-9 


relation of ch 


. 377-8 


Intersecting lines plane geometry 


513-12 


life self-education 374 


planes, solid " 


Si3-3» 


philosophy 


150 


Intersections of surfaces, " 


SI 5. 18 


Intelligence mental science 


151 


Interstate commerce law 


385 


of animals 


591.51 


Intervention international law 


341.6 


Intemperance ethics 


178 


Intestines anatomy 


611.34 


Intercepting sewers 


628.28 


comparative anatomy 591-43 


Intercommunication, sociology 


380 


pathology 


616.34 


useful arts 


650 


physiology 


612.33 


Interdicts excommunication 


262.9 


surgery 


617-43 


Interest and usury law 


347-7 


Intolerance, relig., persecutions 


272 


calculation of arithmetic 


51 1.8 


state ethics 


172.3 


political economy 


332.8 


Intonation music 


781.2 


securities finance 


336-31 


Intoxicating drinks, traf. in, ethics 178.4 


tables business manuals 


658 


Intoxication alcoholism 


616.861 


Interference optics 


535-4 


ethics 


178. X 


Interior decoration 


747 


Intra-uterine injections obstetrics 


618.89 


department U. S. adm 


• 353-3 


Intramural interment public health 614.613 


of earth geology 


551.11 


Intransigentes, Spanish history 


946.08 


walls, incrusted arch. dec. 


729.62 


Intrenchments military engineering 


623.1 


•Interjections, Greek syntax 


485.9 


Intuition ethics 


171.2 


Interlude English drama 


82a 


Intuitionalism, philosophical systems 143 


Interludes organ music 


786.84 


Intuitive faculty 


156 


Intermarriages of families hygiene 


61394 


philosophy 


>43 


races ethics 


I73-I 


Inundations meteorology 


551.48 


Intermediate state theology 


236.4 


Invalids medicine 


616 


Interment customs 


393-1 


Invariants algebra 


512.88 


premature 


614.61 


Invention of printing 


655. IX 


public health 


6x4.61 


rhetoric 


808.5 


Intermittent fever pathology 


616.936 


Inventions building 


690.8 


public health 


614-531 


patents 


608 


Intermolecular forces physics 


539-6 


Inventors' lives 


926 


Internal affairs adminis. 


35173 


' Inverness, Scotland history 


941.21 


ear, diseases of 


617.88 


Inverse probabilities 


519.1 


heat geology 


551.12 


Inversion of uterus in labor 


618.57 


improvements 


620 


Invertebrates, paleontology 


56a 


plastering masonry 


693.6 


zoology 


59a 


relations church and state 


323 


Investigations, administration 


35 '-98 


revenue laws finance 


336-27 


Investiture ecclesiastical polity 


262.16 


windows arch, const. 


721.85 


Investitures, war of, 1074-1084 


270.4 


International association, The 


335-4 


Investments 


33a 


coinage 


332-43 


Invincible armada Spanish history 946.04 


congresses 


341-1 


Invocation of saints and angels 


264.1 


on special topics see subject 


Invoices accounts 


657 


copyright private law 


341.5 


Involution algebra 


512.7 


publishing 655.63 


arithmetic 


511.7 


ethics 


172.4 


modern geometry 


5»3.53 


exchange money 


332.45 


Iodides mineralogy 


549-4 


exchanges lib. econ. 


025.2 


Iodine chemistry 


546.15 


exhibitions 


606 


compounds, mineral. 


549-4 


law 


341 


Ionia ancient history 


939-23 


standard, money 


332.43 


' modern " 


956.2 


Interoceanic canals engineering 


626.9 


Ionic Greek dialects 


487.923 


Interpolation methods calculus 


517.6 


order of architecture 


729.32 



Topics In black face type are aub^divided. Superior flg^ures refer to the tables at the 

end of this index. 

(493) 



Ionic 


INDEX 




Jews 








Ionic philosophy 


182.I 


Iron work manufactures 


672 


'Iowa, U. S. history 


977.7 


Irony rhetoric 


80S 


Ipecac emetics 


615-731 


Irregularities crystallography 


548.4 


Iranian languages 


491-5 


Irrigation agriculture 


63' 


Ireland, administration 


354.41 


canal engineering 


626.8 


antiquities 


913-415 


sewage 


628.36 


architecture 


720.9415 


Irritability in plants botany 


581.18 


botany 


581.9415 


Irritant poisons therapeutics 


615.91 


colleges 


378.415 


Irritants, external " 


615-771 


constitutional law 


342.41 


Irritation, spinal diseases 


616.844 


education 


370-9415 


Irving, Washington, Am. humor 


817.24 


finance 


336.415 


Irvingism Catholic apostolic 


289.5 


geology 


55415 


Isaac I. Byzantine history 


949-503 


history 


941-5 


Isabella of Castile, Spanish history 


946.03 


laws 


349.41 


II. 


946.07 


maps 


9".4i5 


Isaeus Greek oratory 


885.3 


religious history 


274.15 


Isaiah Bible 


224.1 


schools, public 


379.415 


'Is^re, France history 


944-99 


statistics 


314.15 


Isia, J. F. de Spanish satire 


867.42 


travel 


914.15 


Islam Mahometanism 


297 


zoology 


591.9415 


'Islands, Isolated history 


997 


other topics see table i 




physical geography 


551.42 


Ireland forgeries Shakspereana 


822.33 


' Isle de France history 


944.34 


Irideae botany 


58424 


* of Man, England history 


942.89 


Iridium chemistry 


546.93 


' Wight, " 


942.28 


Iris eye diseases 


617.72 


' Isles of Shoals history 


974.2 


Irish bards lives 


928.9162 


travels 


917.42 


bulls Kng. humor 


827 


Isocrates Greek oratory 


885.4 


church, Anglican 


283.415 


Isoeteae botany 


587.1 


Roman catholic 


282.415 


Isography 


652 


hbme rule polit. parties 


329.942 


Isolation in contagious disease 


614.45 


land question, political econ 


. 333 


Isomerism chemistry 


541.7 


* language 


491.62 


Isometric projections geometry 


515-2 


music 


784.4 


Isomorphism crystallography 


548.3 


politics 


3299415 


Isothermal lines, physical geography 551.52 


Romanesque architecture 


723-41 


Israelites history, ancient 


933 


Iron age prehist. arch. 


571.4 


" modern 


296 


architecture 


721.9 


Issues therapeutics 


615.812 


bearing waters economic geol 


• 553-73 


Isthmian games Grecian antiquities 913.38 


bridge engineering 


624 


Istria history, ancient 


937.3 


building material 


691.7 


' " modern 


943-68 


chemistry 


546.7a 


Itacolumite lithology 


552.45 


clads naval arch. 


623.9 


Italian grand opera 


782.5 


manufacture 


672 


* language 


450 


mask, man in biography 


920.8 


literature 


850 


materia medica 


615.272 


painting 


759-5 


metallurgy 


669.1 


philosophers' lives 


921.5 


mineralogy 


549 


philosophy 


195 


mining 


622.34 


republics aristocracies 


321.5 


ores economic geology 


553-3 


history 


945.04 


piers and columns arch. 


721-35 


Romanesque architecture 


723.45 


pipes waterworks 


628.16 


school of Greek philosophy 


182.2 


roofs building 


695.5 


sculpture, mediaeval 


734 


ships 


699 


modern 


735 


structures arch. con. 


721.9 


* Italic languages, minor 


479 


water pipes sanitary eng. 


628.15 


Italy administration 


35445 


Topics in black face type are gub-divided. 


Superior figures refer to the titles at the 




end of tl 

(4c 


lig Index. 

M) 





Italy antiquities 913-45 

architecture 7M.945 

botany sAiMS 

colleges 378-45 
constitutional law 343-45 

education 370-945 

finance 336-45 

jeology 554.5 

bistoiy M5 

laws 349,45 

maps gia.45 

reforniition in ^74-5 

relig^ious history 374.5 

schools, public 379.45 

statistics 314-5 

travel 914-5 

treaties 341-^45 

lOSlogy 591-MS 
other topics see table i 

Ithaca, Greece, ancient history 93S.3 

Ituibide I. Mexican " 97204 

Ivan III. Russian " 947.04 



IV. 
V. 



947.0, 



947.04 

Ivory-Carving 736 

anpply 679 

Jackson. Andrew, presidency of 973-5 

Jacobins French history 944-04 

political clubs 363 

Jacobite church zSi.5 

Jacobites Eng- pol. party 329-941 

Jacotot'i system of eiiucalion 37'-4S 

Jacquerie Fiench history 944'0>5 

Jade mineralogy 549.^1 

Jails architecture 715.61 

prisons 365 

Jaina architecture 7zi-4 

Jainas Hindu sect 294 

'Jalisco, Mexico history 972-3 

'Jamaica " 972.91 

Jambs arch, construction 7i[.S6 

James, St. Episile ^47-91 

James I. of Arragon Catalan misc. 849.981 1 

James I. English history 942.061 

II. " " 941,067 

James I.-V. Scottish " 941-04 

James, Henry American fiction 813.46 

Jan I. van Urabanl Dmch ju.clrv 839.31 '3 

Janin,J.G. Fre.icl, ».avs S44.76 

Janitor library service 023.5 

Janitor's dept. " adm. 015.9 

Jansenism heresy 173.7 

Japan administration 354-53 

botany 581-952 

finance 336-52 

geology ' S5S.2 

Topkci Ib black fitce tn>« are inb-dlvlded 



Japan 


history 




952 








912.51 




schools 
statistics 




379-5* 
3' 5 1 




travel 




915.2 




treaties 




341-15 




chemical 


technology 


667.8 


apanen 


architecture 




7M-I 



»'t 709-52 

language 435 

Japanning varnishing 698.3 

Jasher, booL of 210 
Jasmin, Jaccjues Provencal poetry S49.143 

Jaundice diseases 616.36 

'Java history ggj.j 

travel 9,9.2* 

Jealousy ethics 179.8 

Jean de Tuim, French fiction 843.22 

Jeanne d' Arc '* history 944.016 

'Jeddo history ott 

travels 9,5,1 

Jefferson. T., presidency of 973.4 

'Jefferson Co., N. Y. history 974-757 

Jeffrey, F. English essays 824.73 
Jebovah doctrinal theology 131 

Jelly fish loology 593J 

Jeremiah Bible 224.1 

Jeremy, Epistle of liihle 129.5 

Jerroid, D, English humor 827.81 

' Jersey City, N, J. history 974-987 
travels 917.4927 

' island of history 942-34 

travels 914-234 

Jerusalem history, ancient 933 

' " modern 95^9 

travels 9,5.69 

Jesters customs mi.i 



"Jests English literature 


837 




26&2 


Jesuits religious orders 


271.5 


Jesus CbristoloEy 


a3i 


society of religious orders 
Jet Economic geology 


171.5 


553-2" 


pumps, pract. chem. 


541-9 


Jetties engineering 


627.6 


Jewelry customs 


391-7 


manufacture 


671 


toilet 


646 


Jewish architecture 


7»-3 


calendar 


5^9-3 


history 


933 


* language 


492-4 


literature 


89"4 


philosophy 


181.3 


religion 


296 


Jews, apologetics against 


S39-* 





Jews 


INDEX 




Labor 








Jews, disabilities of 


296 


' Jndea modem history 


956.9 


history, ancient 


933 


Judges, book of Bible 


222.3 


" modern 


296 


law courts 


347-97 


restoration of 


296 


lives 


9*3-4 


Jigging mining engineering 


622.75 


Judgment, mental faculties 


153s 


Joan of Arc French history 


944.026 


private, ecclesiastical polity 262.8 


Job Bible 


223.1 


theology 


236.9 


Job work printing 


655.26 


Judicial chemistry law 


340.6 • 


Jockies horse racing 


798 


combat " 


340.3 


Jodelle, £tienne French drama 


842.34 


control administration 


351-94 


Joel Bible 


224.7 


ordeal law 


340.3 


Johansson, Lars Swedish poetry 


839-7132 


Judiciary department U. S. govt. 


353- S 


John, St. epistle I. 


227.94 


elective law 


347-97 


" II. 


. 227.95 


Judith Bible 


229.2 


" III. 


227.96 


Juggernaut 


299.14 


gospel of 


226.5 


Jugglery 


791 


knights of 


929.711 


Juglandeae botany 


583.973 


Revelation of 


228 


Jugurthan war, Roman history 


937-05 


John, King English history 


942^33 


Julian calendar 


529-4 


John I. French history 


944,024 


Juncaceae botany 


584-45 


II. 


944.025 


Junctions railroad engineering 


625.1 


Johnson, A., presidency of 


973-8 


sewers 


628.251 


S. English essays 


824.63 


Junius letters, Eng. satire 


827.64 


Joinery, ornamental carpentry 


694-7 


Jupiter astronomy 


523-45 


Joint stock companies law 


347-7 


mythology 


292 


Joints anatomy 


611.72 


' Jura, France, history 


944-47 


calked plumbing 


696.6 


Jurassic age geology 


551.76 


diseases of medicine 


616.72 


Jurisdiction civil trials 


347-98 


geology 


551.84 


Jurisprudence 


340 


injuries to surgery 


617.47 


medical 


340.6 


mechanical engineering 


621.99 


Jury trial law 


340.4 


of wood work carpentry 


694.2 


Justice 


«79-9 


physiology 


612.75 


Justices of the peace law 


347.96 


riveted plumbing 


696.4 


Justification doctrinal theology 


234.7 


rust " 


696.6 


Jute agriculture 


633 


screw " 


696.5 


manufactures 


677 


Jokes English humor 


827 


Juvenal Latin satire 


877.7 


Jolin J. K. Swedish drama 


839.7264 


Juvenile books, see subject. 




Jonah Bible 


224.92 


criminals law 


343 


Jongleurs French poetry 


841.09 


literature 


028.5 


Jonson, B. English drama 


822.34 


mortality public health 


614.133 


Joseph I. German history 


943-051 


reformatories 


364 


II. 


943-057 


Kabala Jewish philosophy 


181.3 


Joshua Bible 


222.2 


' Kaffraria, Africa history 


968.6 


Joubert, Joseph French essays 


844.62 


' Kafirs history 


968.6 


Journalism 


070 


Kairin therapeutics 


615.75 


Journalists, lives of 


920.5 


Kaleidoscope optics 


535^ 


Journals mill work 


621.82 


Kalmucks description 


915 


Journeys around the world 


910.4 


' history 


950 


Jovellanos, G. M. de Spanish misc 


. 868.42 


Kames, H. H. English essays 


824.62 


Jubilee singers of Fisk university 


784.7 


' Kamtchatka history 


957 


Judaism 


296 


Kangaroo zoology 


599.2 


vs. Christian church 


2392 


' Kansas, U. S. history 


978.1 


Judd, Sylvester American fiction 


813-34 


struggle in, U. S. hist 


• 973-6 


Jude epistle, Bible 


227.97 


Kant critical philosophy 


142 


Judea ancient history 


933 


German " 


193-2 


Topics in bl»ok fao« type are aub-divlded. 


Superior flg^ures refer to the tnMee nt tbe 




end of tl 

(4 


lis index. 

96J 





INDEX 



Jews 
Lrabor 



' Karpoot, Asia Turkish history 956.6 
' Kartum, Egypt history 962.6 

Kaspar von der Rohn, Germ, poetry 831.35 
' Kastamuni, Asia Turkish history 956.3 



Kate, J. J. L. ten Dutch poetry 


839-3156 


Keats, J. English " 


821.78 


' Keewatin, Canada history 


971.26 


Kellgren, J. H. Swedish poetry 


839.7152 


Kelsen, S. T. Danish " 


839-8137 


Keltic ancient history 


936 . 


languages 


49x6 


Kennedy, J. P. Am. fiction 


81332 


'Kent, England history 


942.23 


« Kentucky, U. S. " 


976.9 


Kepler's problem astronomy 


521-37 


Keramics art 


738 


chemical technology 666.3 


Kerosene 


665.5 


inspection, protect, of life 


614.834 


'Kerrj', Ireland history 


941.96 


Ketones chemistry 


547-6 


Kexel, 01o( Swedish drama 


839-7253 


Key bugle musical instruments 


788.46 


Keys and locks manufactures 


683 


mathematical students' honor 371.81 


Keyser, Rudolph Danish essays 


839.8463 


' Khiva history 


958-5 


travels 


915.85 


' Khodavendikyar, Asia history 


956.1 


» Khokan, Turkestan " 


958.7 


Kidnapping criminal law 


343 


'Kidneys anatomy 


611.61 


diseases 


6i6w6i 


physiology 


612.46 


' Kildare, Ireland history 


941.85 


'Kilkenny, " 


941.89 


' Killarney " 


941.96 


travels 


914.196 


' Kincardine, Scotland history 


941.26 


Kindergarten education 


372.2 


Kindness ethics 


"77-7 


Kinematics physics 


53I-I 


Kinetic theory of gases 


533-7 


Kinetics physics 


53X-3 


King, W. English satire 


827.47 


King Philip's war history 


974 


Kingo, T: Danish poetry 


839-8134 


' Kings Co., Ireland history 


941.86 


' N. Y., 


974.722 


Kings absolute monarchy 


321.6 


bench 


347.99 


book of, Bible 


222.5 


constitu. monarchy 


321-7 


lives 


gas. I 


Kingsley. C. English fiction 


823.85 


Kinkel, J; G. German poetry 


831.82 



'Kinross, Scotland history 941*34 

Kinship genealogy 929.1 

' Kirkcudbright, Scotland history 941.49 
Kissing customs 392-3 

Kitchen economy 640 

gardening 635 

middens archaeology 571.93 

Kitchens architecture 728.93 

' Kiva, Turkestan history 958.5 

Kjaempeviser, Danish poetry 839.8112 

Kjerkegaard, S. A. Danish essays 839.8462 
Klausen, Peder Danish miscellany 839.883 
Kleist, H; B. W; von, German drama 832.68 
Kleptomania mental disease 132.6 

Klinger, F. M. German drama 832.64 

Klopstock, F; G. " poetry 831.62 

Knightage heraldry 929.7 

Knights of labor, labor organizations 331.88 



secret societies 



Malta 
Pythias 
Templars 
Knitting domestic economy 

Knives cutlery 

stone, chipped 
polished 

Knorring, S. M. von, Swedish fiction 839.7361 
Know-nothing party, U. S. politics 329.5 



929-711 
366.2 

929.712 

646 

672 

571.15 
571.25 



Knowledge, theory of 
unity of 
Knowles, J. S. English drama 
' Konieh, Asia, Turkish history 
' Koordistan history 
travels 
Koran Mahometanism 

' Kordofan, Egypt history 
Korner, K; T. German poetry 
Kotzebue, A; F; F. " drama 
Krishna Buddhism 

^ Kroatian language 



121 
121 
822.72 

956-4 

956.7 

915.67 

297 

962.8 

831.66 

832.66 

294 

491.83 



Ku Klux Klan, political associations 363 



Kumiss adulterations 

* Kurdish language 
' Kurdistan history 
' Kurile islands history 

travels 
Kyrie sacred music 

L. M. Z. formulae geodesy 
Labels in museums 
Labiatx botany 

Labiche, E. M. French drama 
Labor, administration 

induction of obstetrics 

laws 

obstetrics 

of children 



614.324 

491-57 

956.7 
952 

915.2 

783.22 

526^6 

579-72 

583.891 

842.81 

35»-83 

618.88 

338-9 
6x8.4 

33 J -3 



party political parties 329.85 

Topics in black face type are sub-divided. Superior flsrures refer to the tables at the 

end of this Index. 

(497) 



Laboi 
Leading 



INDEX 



Lrabor, pathol. of obstetrics 618.5 

political economy 331 

savers, literary 029.2 

statistics political econ. 33Z 

Laboratories architecture 727.5 

school equipment 37 1.67 

state adulterations 614.3 

Laboratory, chemistry 542*1 

work, methods of instruc. 371.38 

Laborers' cottages architecture 728.68 

occupation hygiene 6x3.6 

Laboring classes political economy 331^ 

'Labrador history 97 1 •9 

Labyrinths prehistoric archaeology 571.95 
La Calpren^dc, G. de C. de Fr. fict. 843.43 

lace-making 677 

art needlework 746 

Lacedaemon ancient history 938*9 

Lacerated wounds surgery 617.143 
Laceration of genital tract obstetrics 618.55 

Lacertilia reptiles 598.11 

Lachrymal disorders eye diseases 6:7.76 

secretions zoology 591.147 

Lacistemaceae, botany 583.983 

Laconia ancient history 938.9 

^Laconics English literature 828 

Lacquer work, artistic furniture 749 

manufactures 667.7 

797 



Lacrosse 
Lactation 



Lactometer 



holes 
posts 
shells 
' Lampoons 
Lampreys 
Lamps 



Landrath 
Landscape 



Landtag 



games 

diseases of, obstetrics 618.71 
physiology 612.664 

614.32 
Ladies of the Sacred Heart 27 1 .93 

'Ladrone islands history 996.7 

Lafayette, M. comtesse de, French fict. 843.48 
La Fontaine, Jean de " poetry 841.45 

Lagerbring, Sven Swedish miscel. 839.7844 
La Harpe, J. F. de French drama 842.63 

essays 844.61 
'Lahore, India history 954*5 

Lake drainage 627.5 

dwellings prehistoric arch. 571.83 

* George, N. Y. history 974*75' 

* states, U. S. " 977 

travels 9' 7-7 

surveys geodesy 526.99 

Lakes, artificial, landscape gardening 714 

physical geography 551.48 

water supply 628.11 

Lalli, GiovambMtista Italian satire 857.53 
Lamaism 294 

Lamartine, A. M. L. de P. de, Fr. poet. 841.74 
Lamb, C. English essays 824.75 

Lamellibranchiata zoology 594* i 

La Mennais, H. F. R. de, Fr. essays 844.71 

phi 1 OS. 194.6 

Topics in black face type are sab-divided. Superior 

end of tills index. 

(498) 



lamentations Bible 224.3 

Lamiales botany 583*87 

La Motte, A. H. de French drama 842.51 
Fouque, F. German fiction 833.65 
Lamp-black air pollution 614.747 

sewerage 628.253 

ventilation of sewers 628. 232 
zoology 594.8 

English satire 827 

fishes^ 597-2 

chemical technology 665.6 
'Lanark, Scotland history 941*43 

'Lancashire, England, "• 942.72 

Lancaster and York. Eng. hist. 942.04 

Irish " 
system education 

Lancelet fishes 

Land claims finance 
companies 
grants " 

to public schools 
law 

laws political economy 

political economy 
public political economy 
slides geology 

surveying 
tenure law 
titles, insurance of 
travel protection of life 

Landed industry administration 
'Landes, France history 
Landlord and tenant law 

polit. economy 333 
German local gov. 352.0433 
drawing 741 

gardening 710 

painting 758 

photographs 779 

sketching 741 

German central gov. 354.4308 
local ** 352.0431 
Langebek, Jacob, Danish miscellany 839.8842 
Langendijk, Pieter Dutch drama 839.3241 
Langland, W. English poetry 821.15 

Language 400 

* English, origin of 422 

lessons elemen. educ 372.6 
of flowers 716.2 

origin of 401 

sign deaf and dumb 371.92 

hieroglyphics 419. i 
universal 408.9 

'Languedoc, France history 944.8 
Lantern, astronomical 523.89 

magic optics 535*86 



941*54 
371*41 

597*1 

336*14 
379*12 
347.2 

333 

333 

333'^ 

5513 
526.9 

347*2 
368.8 

614.861 

35'*823 

944.77 
347*2 



flg^ares refer to the tables at the 



• 


INDEX 


Labor 








Leading 


Lanthanum chemistry 


546.63 


Laughter emotions 


157 


Lanzi, Luigi Italian essays 


854.64 


hysteria 


616.852 


'Laos, Asia history 


959-4 


Laundries architecture 


728.93 


La Peruse, J. B. de French drama 


842.33 


Laundry domestic economy 


648 


La Place's functions, integral calculus 517.35 


Laurineae botany 


583.931 


* Lapland, Russia history 


947.1 


Lava lithology 


552.21 


*La Plata history 


982 


Lavatories school furniture 


371.62 


travels 


918.2 


' La Vendue French department 


944.6 


Laprade, P. M. V. R. de, Fr. poetry 841.81 


insurrection 


944.043 


Larceny law 


343 


Law 


340 


Lard adulterations 


6i4.3'3 


addresses 


347-04 


chemical technology 


664.3 


and order leagues temperance 


\ 178.4 


refiners* occupation hyg 


. 613.62 


dictionaries 


347-03 


refining air pollution 


614.743 


forms 


347.93 


Larivey, Pierre de French drama 


842.38 • 


merchant 


347.7 


Larra, M. J. de F. Spanish fiction 


863.51 


metaphysics 




Larva embryology 


591.34 


moral ethics 


Z70 


Laryngoscope 


616.22 


of corporations 


347.7 


Laryngotomy surgery 


617.42 


nations 


341 


Larynx acoustics 


534.7 


nature 


340.1 


anatomy 


611.22 


special topics see subject. 




diseases of 


616.22 


parish ecclesiastical polity 


262.2 


La Sale, Antoine de French fiction 


843-23 


reports American 


3454 


La Taille", Jean de " drama 


842.36 


English 


346.4 


I^te hours hygiene 


613-79 


schools 


340.7 


Lath, metal plastering 


693.66 


architecture 


727.il 


wooden " 


693-65 


Lawn-tennis 


796 


Lathe work mechanical eng. 


621.94 


Lawns 


712 


Latin antiquities 


913-37 


Laws, building building 


692.9 


biography 


920.037 


protection of life 


614.85 


church 


282 


conflict of 


341.5 


classics 


870 


medical license 


614.24 


epic poetry 


873 


plumbing 


696.9 


erotica 


874 


Lawyers ethics 


174-3 


geography 


9"-37 


lives 


923-4 


inscriptions 


471.7 


Laxatives cathartics 


615.7321 


* ■ language , 


470 


Lay ministry ecclesiastical polity 


262.14 


literature 


870 


Layamon English poetry 


821. II 


lyric poetry 


874 


Laying out of towns and streets, eng. 


625.7 . 


* mediaeval and modem 


479 


public health 614.781 


mythology 


292 


Lazarettos contagious diseases 


614.45 


union 


332.43 


hospitals 


362.1 


Latitude at sea navigation 


527.1 


Lazarists monastic orders 


271.77 


determinations geodesy 


526.61 


Lead, black economic geology 


553.26 


finding 


5*5-41 


chemistry 


546.51 


geocentric theor. astron. 


521.26 


drugs 


615.251 


heliocentric " " 


521.25 


manufacture 


671 


variations of " " 


521.28 


metallurgy 


669.4 


Latium ancient history 


937.6 


mining 


622.34 


' modern ** 


945-6 


ores economic geology 


553-44 


Latrines sanitation 


628.45 


poisoning toxicology 


615.928 


Latter-day saints Mormonism 


298 


roofs building 


6954 


Lattice doors, arch, construction 


721.83 


water pipes 


628.15 


Latticed construction carpentry 


694.5 


Leading cases, American law 


345-5 


Laube, H; German drama 


832.76 


English " 


346.5 


Laughing gas anaesthetics 


615.781 


on special subjects see subject 


Topics In black face type are sul] 


^-divided. 


Superior figrures refer to the tables at the 




end of th 


1« Index. 





(499) 



Leading INDEX 

Ught 

Leading glazing 69^*5 

Leagues, law and order temperance 178.4 



Learned societies 060 

buildings, arch. 727.9 
Learning 

Leases law 347-2 

Least squares, computing orbits 521-3^ 

in geodesy S^^5 

probabilities 519*^ 

Leather manufacture 675 

stamped building 698.8 

Lebrun, P. D. E. French poetry 841.61 

' Lecce, Italy history 945-76 

Lecompton constitution Kan. hist. 978.1 



U.S. 

Le Coq, T: French drama 
Lectern sacred furniture 

Lectionary Anglican ritual 
Lectures, copyright of 
' English oratory 

for laboring classes 
halls for architecture 
instruction methods 
library 
popular education 



(4 



973-6 
842.31 

247.1 

264.032 

655.62 

825 

33»-85 

725-83 

371.33 
021.4 

374.5 



on special topic see subject 



Leeches 



medicine 
zoology 
' Leeds, Eng. history 
travels 
' Leeward Islands history 
Leg surgical operations 

Legacies law 

taxation of 
Legal anecdotes 

bibliography 
capacity of persons 
ethics 

hermeneutics 
maxims 

status of woman 
tender paper money 
Legendre's theorem geodesy 
Legends 



law 



<{ 



folk-lore 
monastic 
mythology 
of the Madonna 
Legerdemain 

Legislation, American statutes 
British 
comparative 
industrial 
library, founding of libs. 021.8 
public health 614.09 

sumptuary, social ethics 177.4 
Legislative bodies and annals 328 
Topics In. |»lack face type are anb-divlded. 



616.9688 

595-1 
942.74 

914.274 

972.97 

617.58 

347.6 

336.27 

340.9 
016.34 

347-1 

i74-3 

347 

340.9 . 
396.2 

332-5 
526.42 

398.2 

244 

agi 

244 

791 

345 
346 
340.5 
3389 



family law 

anatomy 

artificial surgery 

botany 

German philosophy 



Legitimacy 
Legs 

Leguminosae 
Leibnitz 

* Leicester, England history 

travels 
' Leinster, Ireland history 

* Leipzig history 

travels 
Leitnerieae botany 
' Leitrim, Ireland history 



347'^ 
611.98 

617.58 

583-32 

193. 1 
942.54 

914.254 

941.8 

943-2 « 
914.321 

583-972 
941.71 



Lemercier, L. J. N. French drama 842.68 



I^mnacex 
Lemnos 



Lemonade 
Lemur 



botany 

ancient history 

modern ** 

adulterations 

zoology 
Lennep, Jacob van Dutch fiction 
Lenngren, A. M. Swedish poetry 
Lennoaceae botany 
Lens of eye eye diseases 
Lenses optics 

L^nstrom, K. J. Swedish essajrs 
Lent Anglican church 

Lenten mass music 
Lentibularieae, botany 
Leo III. Byzantine history 

Leon, L. P. de, Spanish poetry 
'Leon, Spain, history 
Leopardi, Giacomo Italian poetry 851.75 
Leopold I. German history 943<044 

II. " " 943.06 

Leopold, K. G. af Swedish poetry 839.7157 



584.68 

939." 

949.91 
614.346 

599.8 

8393354 

839-7 '56 

58366 

617.74 

535.81 

839.7464 
264.031 

783-27 
583.825 

949.50* 
861.33 

946.2 



Lepidoptera zoology 
Leprosy pathology 

public health 
Le Sage, A. R., French fiction 
Lesbos ancient history 

' modern ** 

Lessing, G. E. German drama 
Letter writing 
Lettering, ornamental 
3 Letters English alphabet 

' literature 

patent patents 
Lettic languages 
* Lettish " 
Leucocytes physiology 
Leucocythaemia diseases 
Leucorrhoea " of women 618.17 

' Levant history 956 

travels in Asia 91 5.6 

Levees canal engineering 627.4 

Level constant, practical astronomy 522.36 

Levelling, adjustments geodesy 526.58 

Superior fisares refer to the tablea at tlM 



595.78 
616.998 
614.546 
843.51 

939." 
949.92 
832.61 
808.6 

745 

421 

8a6 
608 
491.9 

491.93 
612.112 

616.41 



end of this Index. 
(Soo) 



Levelling, barometric geodesy 
spirit 
surveying 
trigonometric 
Lever application obstetrics 

mechanics 
Leviticus Bible 

Lewes, Mrs. G: H : English fiction 
Lewis, M. G. English fiction 

« Co., N. Y. history 

Lex mercatoria law 
Lexicography, comparative 
> English language 

' Lexicons see language 
' on special topics see subject 

Liabilities of architects building 
contractors 
owners 
Lias geology 

Libby prison, U. S. history 
Libel law 

Liberal Christianity rationalism 

unitarianism 
Liberality ethics 

' Liberia history 

Liberty, civil law 

political science 323 
ecclesiastical polity 262.8 

metaphysics 123 

of conscience eccles. pol. 262.8 



i( 



<4 



526.37 
526.36 

526.95 

526.38 

618.81 

531.81 

222.13 

823.88 

823.71 

974759 
347-7 
413 
423 



692.9 

692.9 

692.9 

551.76 

97Z'77 

347.5 
211 

288 

X79-9 
966.6 

347.1 



INDEX Leading 

Light 

Libraries, in sense of series, see subject 



press 

will mental faculties 



personal 



religious 



doctrine 

law 

pol. science 

salvation 

church 

state ethics 



323 

>59 

2337 

347.1 

323 

234.9 
261.7 

172.3 

023.4 

920.2 

727.8 



Librarian, duties, etc. 
Librarians' lives 
Libraries, architecture 

for working classes 

pol. econ. 331.85 
lib. econ. 027.6 
free public 037.4 

general, library economy 027 
imaginary book rarities 098 
parochial library econ. 027.8 

parish work 257 
private library econ. 027.1 
public administration 35^.^52 

school education 371.64 

library economy 027.8 
special " " 026 

Sunday opening, lib. econ. 024.4 

theology 263.7 
Topics In black faca type are aab-divided. 



u 



(I 



« 



<• 



Library buildings 

architecture 
catalogues, author 

dictionary 
subject 
economy 

legislation lib. econ. 
Librations moon 
Librettos opera 
Libya ancient history 

Lice animal parasites 

License, local government 
of dentists 
pharmacists 
physicians 
taxation 
temperance 
Licenses, maritime commerce 
Lichens botany 

Licinian laws pol. econ. 

Roman hist. 
Lidner, Bengt, Swedish poetry 
Lieder vocal music 

' Liege history 

travels 
Lien laws 

Liernur system sewerage works 
Life, animal, painless extinction of 
biology 
boats protection of life 

ship building 
conditions of biology 
contingencies, probabilites 
ethics 
future doctrinal theology 

natural " 

insurance 

probabilities 
metaphysics 
origin of biology 
preservers protection of life 
properties of living matter 
protection of, from accidents 614.8 
saving service, protection of life 614.868 

transportation 656 
sedentary, hygiene 613.65 

tables life insurance 368.3 

Lifts canal engineering 626.5 

Ligatures therapeutics 615.813 

Light and air hygiene 6x3.1 

shade architectural design 729.14 
shadow, graphics of 515.7 

effect on plants 581. i 

electric engineering 621.32 

physics 537.83 

8np«iior flsiir«s refer to iihm tables at the 



oaa 

727.8 

ozS 

019 

017 

020 

021.8 

523.33 

782 

939.77 

616.9681 

352.8 

pub. health 614.24 
614.24 
614.24 

336.27 
178.4 

387 
589.1 

937'Oi 

839.7153 
784.4 

949.3 

9H.93 

347.2 

628.213 

614.971 

570 

614.867 

699 

577.4 

5'9.5 

^79-7 

237 

218 
368.3 

519.5 
III 

576 
614.867 

577 



end of this Index. 

(501) 



Ligbt 


INDEX 




Loots 








Light houses engineering 


627.9 


Lines ' snalyticat geometry ji6 


nivigalion 


656 


descriptive " 


5'5 


optica 


S35-88 


geometry 


513 


protection of life 


614.865 


Ling. P. H. Swedish poetry 


839.7.61 


infatiiry military science 


356 


Linguistics 


400 


of earth 


5*5-* 


Linguists' lives 


924 


moon 


5*3-3* 


Linings, mineral wool masonry 


693.67 


stars 


513-8* 


Link motion niech. engineering 


63t.84 


sun 


5^3-7* 


Linkages iiia>.-Iiinery 


621.84 


optics 


535 




941.44 


perspective of shadows 


S'5-63 


Linnsean system boUny 


580.. 


polarization oF 


53S.5 


zoology 


590- ' 


the rape u(ks 


6.S-83. 


Linnii, K: von. Swedish miscellany 


839.7843 


zodiacal astronomy 


5*3-59 


Lintels archiieclural constru 


. 721-86 


Lighting, electric engineering 


63r.3i 


Lions loblogy 


599-7 


physics 


537-83 


'Lippe, Germany history 


943-55 




0M.7 


Lijipi, Lnienz.., I4lmn satire 


857.54 


mines 


621.47 


Licjuefacljon lieat 


536-42 


windows architecture 


729-38 




628.54 


Lightning and lightning rods 


537-4 


Liquids physics 


53" 


shock surgery 


6.7.12 


Liquor laws administration 


3S'-76> 


Ughts and fuel domestic economy 


644 


license 


178.4 


shades drawing 


74^ 


prohibition 


178.S 


perspective 


S'S-63 


Liquors internal revenue 


336.27 


chemical technology 


665 


manufacture 


663 


ecclesiology 


246.5 


taxation 


336.27 


Lignite economic geology 


553-** 


traffic in, temperance 178.4 


Liguria, Italy history, ancient 


937-t 


nte of 


178.1 


* modern 


945-1 


' Lisbon history 


946.9 


Liliaceae bouny 


584-3* 


travels 


914.69 


Lillo, G. English drama 


822-57 


Liscow, C. L, German satire 


837.54 


■ Lima history 


985 


Litanies sacred music 


783.26 


travels 


918.S 


Litany Anglican church 


264.033 


Limbo eschaiology 


236.7 


Literary addresses 


804 


Limbs anatomy 


6[i.9S 


on special topics see topic. 


artiticial 


617.58 


(esthetics 


Soi 


Limbus infantum eschatology 


236.7 


clubs Jielf-educition 


374.3 


palrum 


236.6 


criliciani, art of 


801 


Litne building 


69.-5 
94' -94 


wilh thing criticised see subject 


' Limerick, Ireland history 


frauds and forgeries 


8c9 


treaty of 


941 -ss 


history 


809 


Limes building matenal 


69'-5 


institutions colleges 


378 


chemical technology 


666.9 


min.U:dl.,r hygiene 


613.21 


economic gcoloKy 


553-68 


men's lives 


gaS 


Limestone cryslalline 


552.46 


nitiliuds library economy 


029 


economic geology 


553 5' 


' miscellanies, English 


818 


lithology 


55^-54 


occupations hygiene 


6' 365 


'Limousin, France history 


944.66 


periodicals 


Sos 


Lincoln, A., presidency of 


973-7 


property law 


347.3 


' Lincoln, England history 


94J-S3 




655.8 


Lincrusta paper-hanging 


698-S 


societies student hfe 


371.84 


Lindau, P. German drama 


832-85 


style rhetoric 


3o8 


Line engraving 


765 


Literature 


800 


Linese botany 


583.*" 


biography of 


gas 


Linear perspective 


515.61 


classical Greek, Latin 


8B0 


Linen manufacture 


677 


mediaeval 


80a 




■divided. 


Superior HKur.i refer U, the tabUs >t the 




end of a 

(5 


!• Index. 





INDEX 



Literature 

Lithium 

Lithography 

Litholog^ 

Lithotomy 
Lithotrity 
' Lithuania 



modem 800 

woman delineated in 396.8 



chemistry 
engraving 
geology 

microscopical 



surgery 



history 
travels 
* Lithuanian language 
' Little Russia, history 
travels 
sisters of the poor 
Liturgies 



Live stock 
Liver 



agriculture 

anatomy 

diseases of 

physiology 

secretions of phys. 

history 

travels 

botany 

biography 
Living matter, properties of 
Livingston, "W: American poetry 

* Livingston Co., N. Y. history 
' Livonia, Russia " 

* Livonian language 

Livy Latin literature 

Lizards reptiles 



' Liverpool 

Liverworts 
Lives 



546.34 
763 

552 

552.8 

617.46 
617.46 

947.5 

9M-75 
491.92 

947.7 

9M.77 
271.95 

264 

636 

611.36 

616.36 

612.35 

612.35 

942.72 

914.272 

588.3 

920 

577 

811. 15 

974.785 
947-4 

491.93 
878.4 

598.11 



Ljunggren, G. H. J. Swed. essays 839.7465 



(I 



L. M. Z. formulae geodesy 
Loadstone economic geology 

magnetism 
Loan institutes polit. economy 

systems library 

' Loango, Africa history 

Loans finance 

Loaseae botany 

Lobelia cerebro spin, poisons 615.98 

Lobsters zoology 595-38 

Local government administrat. 

histories. See name of place. 

taxation for public schools 

taxes finance 

Location of library buildings 

observatories 
Loci in space analytical geom. 

plane 
Lock-jaw diseases 

Lock-ups architecture 

Locke, David Ross Am. humor 
J: English philosophy 
sensational philosophy 
Locking up printing 



5*6.46 

553-3 

538.1 
332.3 

025.6 

967.2 

336-3 

583.453 



352 

379.13 
336.28 

022.1 

522.11 

516.3 

516.1 

616.854 

725.62 

817.42 

192.2 

M5 
65527 



Locks and keys manufacture 

arch, const. 

canal engineering 
Locomotion animal comp. anat. 591.47 



Light 
Loots 

683 
721.88 

626.4 



Locomotives 



communication 
organs of dis. of 
physiology 
mech. engineering 
railroading 

Locomotor ataxy diseases 

Locris ancient history 

Locusts economic zoology 

pests 

Lodges, porter's architecture 

Lodging houses for poor 

Log book seamanship 

Loganiaces botany 

Logarithms 

Logau, F; von German poetry 

Logging timber trade 

Logic 

Logos Christology 

Logotypes printing 

Lohenstein, D. C. German drama 

* Loir et Cher, France history 

' Loire " 

' Inf^rieure, ** 

« Loiret " 

Lollards, religious sect 

Lombard Kingdom, Italy history 

street banking 332 

' Lombardy, Italy history 945.2 

Lonberg, Jens Danish drama 

' London, England history 

travels 

' Londonderry, Ireland history 

' Long Island, N. Y. 



<i 



« 



« 



656 

616.7 

612.76 

621.13 

656 

616.83 

938.3 
591.69 

632 

728.91 

361 

656 

58374 
510.8 

831-53 
674 

x6o 

232.2 

655-23 
832.52 

944.53 
944.58 
944.14 

944.52 
289.9 

945.01 



« 



Longevity 



animals 

life insurance 

physiology 

probabilities 

statistics 

Longfellow, H. W. American poetry 811.34 
* Longford, Ireland history 941.81 

Longitude at sea navigation 527.2 

determinations geodesy 526.62 



839.8235 
942.1 

914.21 

941.62 

974.721 

591-139 

368.3 

612.68 

519-5 
312 



geocentric, theor. astr. 
heliocentric ** " 
methods of finding 
variations theor. astr. 
Longus Danish miscellany 

' Loo-choo islands history 

travels 
Loom, power manufactures 
Loosjes, Adriaan Dutch fiction 
Loots, Cornel is ** poetry 



521.26 
521.25 

525-46 

521.28 
839.8811 

952" 
915.2 

677 
839.3351 
839.3153 



Topics in black face tyi>e are sab-divided. Superior fl^ares refer to the tables at the 

end of this index. 

(503) 



LtOpe 

liajorca 

Lope de Rueda Spanish drama 
Lope de Vega ** " 

Lopez de Ayala, Pedro " poetry 
Loranthaceae botany 
Lord chancellors' lives 
Lord's day 

prayer 

supper sacraments 
Loris, Guillaume de French poetry S41.18 



INDEX 



862.39 

862.31 

861.21 

583.941 

923.442 

263.3 
226.9 

265.3 



' Lorraine, France history 
' Germany " 

Loss of animal heat physiology 
Lost books book rarities 

library economy 

* Lot, France history 

* et Garonne, France history 



Lothaire I. 
IL 
Lotteries 

Lotus 
Lotze 



German history 
« 



u 



ethics 
history of 
Egypt, religion 
German philosophy 



Louis VL, French history 
VIL 



«< 



M 



VIIL 

IX. 

X. 

XL 

XIL 

XIIL 

XIV. 

XV. 

XVL 

XVIII., " 



€t 



« 



<4 



M 



« 



M 



M 



tt 



M 



« 



<« 



<C 



4« 



It 



tt 



u 



tt 



944.38 

943-45 
612.52 

098 

024.8 

944.73 
944.76 

943.01 

943-023 

174.6 

174.6 

299-31 
193.8 

944.022 

944.022 

944.023 

944.023 

944.024 

944.027 

944.027 

944.032 

944.033 
944.034 

944.035 

First empire 944*05 

944.061 



M 



t< 



l( 



<I 



tt 



tt 



tt 



I. German 
IL 
IIL 
IV. 

Napoleon, French history 
Philippe 
"Louisiana, U. S. history 

* Louisville, Kv. " 

travels 

* Louth, Ireland history 
Louvre gallery, art galleries 
Love ethics 



943.01 

943.021 

943.021 

943.026 

944.07 

944.063 

976.3 

976.9 

917.69 

941.82 

708.4 

177.6 



feasts pub. worship 264.8 



of God theology 
Lovelace, R. English poetry 
' Low countries history 



• Dutch language 
German literature 

* Latin language 

literature 
pressure hot water heating 

Topics in black face type are sab-divided. Superior 

end of this index. 

(504) 



231.6 

821.45 

949.2 

439.3 

839-1 

479 
879 

697.4 



Low pressure steam heating 697.5 

Lowell, James Russell Am. poetry 811.37 
* Lower California, Mexico history 972.2 



empire 
extremities 



Byzantine 

anatomy 

surgery 
Loyalty state ethics 

' Loyalty Islands history 
' Loz^re, France 
' Lubeck, Germany 
Lubrication mechan. engineering 621.89 
Lucan Latin epic poetry 873.2 

Luce de Lancival, J. C. J. Fr. poetry 841.64 



(( 



t( 



949-S 
611.98 

617.58 

172.1 

993-3 
944.81 

943-17 



Lucretius 

Ludwigslied 
Luke 



Lucernariae zoology 
Lucian Greek literature 

Lucidor Swedish poetry 

Lucilius, Caius Latin satire 
Junior •* poetry 
' Lucknow, India history 

travels 

ancient philosophy 

Latin poetry 

German poetry 

gospel 
Lull, Raimon Catalan poetry 
Lumber building material 

manufacture 
Lunacy law 

mind and body 
Lunar caustic, therapeutics 

methods of finding longitude 525.49 
tables 523-33 

Lunatic asylums 362.2 

Lungs admin, of med. by 615.64 

anatomy 611.24 

capacity of physiol. 612.24 



593-74 
888.7 

839-7 13« 
877.1 

871.7 

954-2 
915.42 

187 
871.1 

831-13 
226.4 

849.91 1 1 

691.1 

674 

347-1 
132.1 

615-775 



diseases of 

functions of 
absorption 
Luray caverns, description 
Lusitania history 



<f 



616.24 
612.29 
612.385 

551-44 
946.9 



Lute 

Lutheran church 

confession creeds 
Lutherans' lives 
Luxemburg, house of Germ. hist. 



Luxury 

Lycanthropy 

Lyceum 

1-yceums 

Lycia 

Lycophron 

■ 

Lycopodinae 
Lycurgus 
Lydgate, J. 
Lydia 



stringed instruments 787.6 

284.1 
238.4 
922.4 
943.026 
613.88 
132.1 
185 

374.3 

939-28 

881.3 

587.9 
885.8 

821.21 

939.22 

figures refer to the tables at the 



hygiene 

insanity 

Greek philosophy 

self-education 

ancient history 

Greek poetry 

botany 

Greek oratory 

English poetry 

ancient history 



INDEX 



Lying ethics 

Lying-in hospitals 

architecture 
Lyly, J: English fiction 

Lynaphatic system anatomy 

diseases of 
surg. opera. 
Lymphatics anatomy 

diseases of 
Lynch law 
Lyndsay, D. 



177-3 
362.1 

7255' 

823.3 
6x1.4 

6x6.4 

617.44 
611.42 
616.42 

343.2 

S21.26 

944.58 

944.58 

914.458 

821.04 

884 

874 

885.2 

839.883 
583.441 
823.84 

891.661 



English poetry 
' Lyonnais, France history 
* Lyons history 

travels 
' Lyric poetry, English 

Greek 

Latin 
Lysias Greek oratory 

Lyskander, Klaus Danish misc. 
Lythrarieae botany 
Lytton, £. G. B. English fiction 
Mabinogeon Welsh literature 
' Macaronics English literature 827 
Macaulay, T. B. ** essays 824.83 

Maccabees Bible 229.7 

McCosh, James Am. philosophers 19 1.5 
Macedonia Greek history 938.1 

Macedonian dialect Greek lang. 487.81 
supremacy Gr. history 938.07 
Machiavelli, Niccol6 Italian drama 852.31 

essays 854.31 
Machine engraving 768 

shops, architecture 725.43 

Machinery engineering 621 

in industry pol. econ. 338.4 



Machines, distributing printing 

hydraulic 

mechanics 

modulus of physics 

practical printing 

type-setting 
Machinists' occupation hygiene 
Mackenzie, G. English fiction 

H. " " 

Mackerel fishery 
Mackintosh, J. English essays 
McMahon Third republic 
Macpherson, J. English poetry 
Mad houses 
' Madagascar history 
'Madeira Island " 
Madison, J., presidency of 
' Madison Co., N. Y. history 
Madness mind and body 

Madonna in art 

mariolatry 
Topics in black face type are 



655.28 

532.8 
531.8 

53143 
65536 
655.28 

613.66 

823.43 
823.65 

639 
824.71 

944.08 

821.66 

362.2 

969 

946.98 

973-5 

974.764 

132.1 

709 

230.2 



Lope 
Majorca 

954.8 

915.48 

593-66 

946.4 

914.64 

784.1 



' Madras, India history 

travels 
Madreporaria zoology 
' Madrid history 

travels 
Madrigal music 

Maerlant, Jacob van Dutch poetry 839.31 11 
Maffei, F. S. marchese di, Ital. drama 852.56 
Magazines general periodicals 050 
literary 805 

' special subject see subject 

' Magdeburg, Prussia history 943* 18 

travels 914-318 

Magellan straits travels 918.2 

Maggots parasitic diseases 616.967 

Magic lanterns, optics 635.86 

natural 133 

squares, mathematics 511. 61 

Magicians lives 920.9 

Magistrates law 347*96 

Magna charta constitutional history 342.42 



English history 
Magnesium chemistry 

group 
Magnetic machines 
needle 
observations 
separation mining 
surveys " 

telegraph 
Magnetism 



942.033 
546.46 

546.44 

538.8 

538.7 

538.7 
622.77 

622.15 

654 
538 



animal, mind and body 134 



terrestrial 
Magneto-dynamos electricity 
Magnets properties of 

Magnifiers optics 
Magnitude of stars 
Magno, Celio Italian poetry 
Magnoliaceae botany 
Magyar language 
Magyars history 

Mahabharata Sanscrit literature 
Mahometanism 
' Mahrah, Arabia history 
Mails post office 

Maimonides, oriental philosopher 
' Maine, France history 

' et Loire, France ** 

' Maine, U. S. history 
Maine law temperance 
Mains and pipes water works 
Maistre, Xavier de French fiction 
Maize agriculture 

Majolica pottery 

' Majorca history 

travels 



538.7 

537.83 

538.1 

535-82 

523-82 

851.44 

583.114 

494 

943-9" 
891.2 

297 

953.4 

383 
181.3 

944.16 

944.18 

974.1 

178.5 

628.15 

843.64 

633 
738 
946.7 

914.67 



sub-divided. Superior fisrares refer !*» the tables at the 
end of this index. 

(505) 



Making 
Martorel 

Making ready, printing 
' Malabar history 

travels 
history 
Bible 



INDEX 



' Malacca 
Malachi 
Malacology 
Malacostraca 
' Malaga 



zoology 

history 

travels 
Malaria hygiene 

marshes 
Malarial fever, diseases 

public health 
Malarious soils " " 
* Malay archipelago history 

travels 
' peninsula history 

Polynesian languages 
' Malaysia history 
Male functions of generation 
Malebranche French philosopher 
Males, mortality of public health 
Malformation of teeth dentistry 
Malformations, animal comp. anat. 



655-32 
954.8 

915.48 

959-5 
224.99 

594 

59536 
946.8 

914.68 

613.14 

614.772 

616.936 

61453 

614-775 
991 

919.1 

959-5 

499 
991 

612.61 

194.2 

614.142 

617.64 

591.159 



" Man, Isle of history 

mammals 
mental characteristics 

faculties 
natural history of 
origin of evolution 



942.89 

599-9 

136 

150 

573 

575.8 



human, deformities 617.3 
nat. hist, of man 573.9 

vegetable botany 581.22 
Malherbe, Fran9ois de Fr. poetry 841.41 
Malignant tumors diseases 616.994 

Malleability molecular physics 539-51 
Malmstrom, B. E. Swedish essays 839.7463 



nat. hist, of man 573.2 
natural theology 213 
physiology of 6xa 

Management in pregnancy 618.24 

library economy 025 

of normal labor 618.44 

state properties 336.11 

puerperal state 618.6 

Manasses, prayer of Apocrypha 229.6 

* Manche, France history 944.21 
' Manchester, England history 942.72 

travels 914.272 

* Manchuria, China history 951.8 
Mandeville, Bernard de, Eng. humor 827.53 
Mandolin stringed instruments 787.6 
Manetti, Antonio Italian fiction 853.23 
Manfredi, Eustachio " poetry 851.56 
Mangabotti, Andrea dei, Italian fict. 853.24 
Manganese, chemistry 546.71 

ores economic geology 553.46 



Malpighiacex, botany 583.214 

Malposition of teeth dentistry 617.64 

Malpractice law 343 

public health 614.26 

Malt liquors brewing 663.3 

' Malta history 945*8 

Malta, knights of 929.7 1 1 

Malteries architecture 725.42 

Malthusianism population 312 

Malvaceae botany 583.17 

Malvales ** 583.17 

Mamelukes Egyptian history 962 
Mamiani della Rovere, T. It. essays 854.76 

Mammalia paleontology 569 

zoology 599 

Mammary glands anatomy 611.69 

secretion animals 591.146 
Mammoth Cave physical geography 551.44 

Mammoth paleontology 569.6 

zoology 599.6 

Man, antiquity of prehist. arch. 571 

nat. hist, of man 573.3 

doctrinal theology 233 

ethnography 572 

in the iron mask biography 920.8 

Topics in black face type are sub-divided. Superior flg^ures 

end of this index. 

(506J 



Manholes in sewers 
Mania, mind and body 

puerperal obstetrics 
Maniacs lives 

Manichaeism heresies 
Manilius, Marcus Latin poetry 
Manipulation practical chemistry 542.3 
' Manitoba, Canada history 971.27 

Manly exercises out-door sports 796 
Manners and customs, general 390 

for local see special countries 



628.253 

132.1 

618.76 

920.8 

273.2 

871.5 



Manometer pneumatics 
Manor houses, architecture 
Manors political economy 

Manrique, Jorge Spanish poetry 
Mansard roofs, arch, construction 

design 
Mansions architecture 
Manslaughter law 



533-82 
728.83 

333-3 
861.24 

721.59 

72935 
728.3 

343 



Mansson, Peder Swedish miscellany 839.781 



Mantels fixed furniture 

Manual training education 
Manuals, business commerce 

collectors' biology 

legislative U. S. 
' special see subject 

Manuel, Juan, Spanish miscellany 
Manufactories architecture 
Manufacture of explosives protec- 
tion of life 



729-95 
37 M2 
658 

579 
328.738 

86S.13 
725-4 

614.831 
refer to the tables at tlie 



INDEX 



Making 
Martorel 



Manufactures 670 

administration 351.824 

chem. technology 660 
production 338 

public health ^^4-7 

Manufacturing works engineering 621.7 
Manure, stable air pollution 614.761 

Manures agriculture 631 

sewage 628.38 

Manuscript catalogs library econ. 025.3 
Manuscripts book rarities 091 

copyright 655.62 

diplomatics 417 

Latin diplomatics 471.7 
' other languages 

selection publishing 655.51 
* Manx language 491 .64 

Manzoni, Alessandro Italian fiction 853.72 

poetry 8 5 1. 73 



Map drawing in schools 

projection, geodesy 
Maps 

astronomical, general 
moon 
planets 
star 
sun 
school apparatus 
* Marathi language 



Marble 



economic geology 

inscriptions 

Greek 
Latin 
other lang. 



910.7 
526.8 
gi2 

524 

523-39 

52349 

52389 

523-79 

371-^3 
491.46 

553-51 

417 

481.7 

471-7 



lithology 552.46 

sculpture 731 
March, Ausias, Catalan poetry 849-9131 

March and march form musx 786.44 

'Marche, France history 944.68 

' Marches, Italy ** 945-6 

Marchetti, Giovanni Italian poetry 851.74 

Marcus Aurelius, stoic philosopher 188.8 

Marenco, Leopoldo Italian drama 852.84 

'Margiana ancient history 939-63 

Marguerite de Navarre Fr. fiction 843:31 
Marian persecutions in England 
Mariana, Juan de Spanish misc. 
Marie de France French poetry 
Marine animals 



architecture 

corps navy 

engines 

insurance 

law 

plants 



272.6 

868.31 

841.13 

591.92 

ship building 699 

naval eng. 623.8 

359 
621.12 

368.2 

347-7 
581.92 



538-7 
613.64 

851.52 

230.2 

791 



Mariners' compass magnetism 

occupation hygiene 
Marini, Giovambattista It. poetry 
Mariolatry worship of Virgin 
Marionnettes amusements 
Maritime affairs naval science 359 

discovery 910.4 

law 347.7 

quarantine public health 614.461 
surveying 526.99 

Marivaux, P. C. de C. de Fr. drama 842.54 

fiction 843.52 
Mark, gospel of 226.3 

Market gardening agriculture 635 

Markets architecture 725.26 

cattle architecture 725.27 

domestic economy 
Marking system education 
Marks political science 

Marl lithology 

Marlowe, C. English drama 
Marmarica ancient history 
* Marne, France history 
Marnix, Philipp Dutch poetry 
Maronites sects 

Maroons history of Jamaica 

Marot, Clement French satire 
Mar-prelate controversy Puritans 
Marque and reprisals intern, law 
' Marquesas Islands history 

artistic furniture 

cabinet work 

customs 

ethics 

law 



Marquetry 
Marriage 



643 
371.26 

321.2 

552.54 
822.32 

939-76 
94432 
839-3127 
281.5 
972.92 

847-3* 
285.9 

341.3 
996.3 

749 
684 

392.5 

1 73. 1 

347.6 



Marryat, F. 
Mars 



registers genealogy 929.3 

sacrament 265.5 

vital statistics 614.17 

English fiction 823.78 

planets 523-43 

Mars* seasons, astronomy 525*54 

' Marseilles history 944.91 

travels 914.491 

' Marshall islands history 996.8 

Marshes, hygiene of public health 614.772 

physical geology 55»-49 

Marsipobranchii fishes 597.2 

Marston, J. English comedy 827.34 

Marsupialia mammals 599*2 

Marsupialida zoology 593*76 

Martial Latin satire 877.6 

Martial law 344 
Martinez de la Rosa, F., Span, drama 862.51 

' Martinique history 972.9S 

travels 917.298 

Martorel, Joanet Catalan fiction 849.933 

tlie 



Topics in black face type are sub-divided. Superior flsrures refer to the tables at 

end of tills index. 

(507) 



Masons 
Masquerades 

Mass 



Martyrs 
Meninges 

Martyrs persecutions 

Marvel, Ik American miscellany 
MarvelU A. English satire 
Mary, blessed virgin, Rom. Cath. doc 
Queen of Eng. Eng. history 
Scots Scottish " 
' Maryland, U. S. history 
Mascheroni, Lorenzo It. poetry 
Masks dramatic music 

Mason and Dixon's line slavery 
Masonry, anti secret societies 
building 
lining, mining 
roofs architecture 
village houses arch, 
secret societies 
amusements 
social customs 
Catholic ritual 

sacred music 
law of gravity 
of earth 
recitative music 
'Massachusetts, U. S. history 
Massage therapeutics 

Massinger, P. English drama 
Mast-making ship-building 
Master and servant family ethics 

law 
Mastersingers German poetry 
Mastitis obstetrics 

Mastodon paleontology 

Mastoid cells ear diseases 
* Matamoras history 
Match-makers* occupation hygiene 
Matches chemical technology 

Materia medica 
Materialism philosophy 
Materials building 

for clothing hygiene 
library book-binding 

buildings 
strength of, engin. 

molec physics 
Maternity ethics 

hospitals 

architecture 
medicine 
Mathematical crystallography 
drawing 
instruments 
probabilities 
tables 

theory, gravity exper. 
of music 
tides 
TopIcB in black face type are sub- 



INDEX 



27a 

818.32 

827.43 

230.2 

942.054 

941.05 

975-2 

851.62 

782.9 

326.973 
366.1 

693 

622.28 
721.52 
728.6 
366.1 

793 

394.2 

264.025 

783.2 

531-54 
525.11 

784.2 

9744 

615.82 

822.37 
699 

173-8 
347.6 

831.38 

618.71 

569.6 

617.87 

972.1 

613.62 

662.5 

615.1 

146 

691 

613.481 

025.7 

022.2 

620.1 

539-4 

^3 
362.1 

725.51 
618 

548.7 

744 

516.8 

519.2 

510.8 

526.71 

781. 1 

525.61 

divided, 
end of til 



Mathematicians' lives 
Mathematics 



Matins 

Matriculation 

Matter 



925.1 
510 

264.023 

371.21 

117 

530-1 



Catholic ritual 

schools 

metaphysics 

physics 

properties of living 577 
Matthew, gospel of 226.2 

Matthews, Cornelius Am. drama 812.32 
Matthias German history 943035 

Mattias, Canon Swedish miscellany 839.781 



Mauritania ancient history 
' Mauritius history 
Mausoleums 

Maxima and minima algebra 

calculus 
geometry 
Maximilian I. German history 

II. 
' Maxims English literature 

law 
Maya architecture 

civilization Mexican history 
language 
Mayaceae botany 

' Mayenne, France history 
Maynard, Fran9ois French poetry 
* Mayo, Ireland history 



Mayor 
Mazourka 
Meal mills 
Meals 
Mean time 
value 
Measles 



939-71 
969 

718 

512.3 

517-27 

5i3-»9 
943.029 

943033 
8a8 

340.9 
722.9 

972.015 

497 

584.37 
944.16 

841.42 

94 '.73 

352.0447 

786.44 

725.47 
643 



French local gov. 

piano music 

architecture 

domestic economy 

solar and sidereal day 529.1 

519.6 
616.915 

614.523 



probabilities 
diseases 
public health 
Measurements, electrical 537.7 

practical chemistry 542.3 
Measures and weights, administration 351.821 

meteorology 389 
Measuring instruments •* 389 

physics 530.8 

of angles, crystallography 548.7 
surveying 526.93 

distances ** 526.92 

heat electric methods 536.53 
heights surveying 526.94 
light optics 535.2 

ventilation mines 622.46 
Meat, fresh, inspection of, pub. health6r4.3i7 
preservation of chem. tech. 664.9 
preserved inspection of, pub. 

health 614.319 

* Meath, Ireland history 941.82 
Meats as food, hygiene 613.28 

* Mecca, Arabia history 953-2 

Superior fii^nreg refer to the tables at th« 
lis index. 



(508) 





INDEX Martyrs 






Meninges 


Mecca, Arabia travels 


915-32 


Medicines, patent State control 


614.27 


Mechanic arts and trades 


680 


Medico-legal relations 


614.23 


Mechanical drawing 


744 


Medieval architecture 


723 


engineering 


621 


art, history of 


709 


equivalent heat 


536.7 


customs and costumes 


390 


haulage mining 


622.66 


designs 


745 


injuries, effects of 


616.982 


Europe history 


940.x 


musical instruments 


789 


' Latin 


479 


preparation, mining 


622.7 


philosophy 


Z89 


remedies therapeu. 


615.81 


sculpture 


734 


trades 


680 


therapeutics 


615.89 


Mechanics' institutes exhibitions 


606 


Meditations theology 


242 


liens law 


347-2 


Mediterranean sea physical geology 551.462 


lives 


926 


travels 


910.4 


physics 


531 


Mediums spiritualism 


133-9 


Mechanism engineering 


621.8 


Medo- Persia ancient history 


935 


of labor obstetrics 


618.41 


Medulla oblongata anatomy 


611.82 


'Mecklenburg, Germany history 


943- '7 


Medusae zoology 


593.7 


Medallion windows, arch, decoration 


729.82 


Meerschaum econ. geol. 


553-61 


Medallions numismatics 


m 


Megaric philosophy 


183.6 


Medals carving 


736 


Megaris ancient history 


938.4 


numismatics 


in 


Megatherium paleontology 


569.3 


Media ancient history 


935-3 


Megrim diseases 


616.857 


Medical analysis chemistry 


543-4 


Melancholy mind and body 


132.3 


biography 


926.1 


' Melanesia history 


993 


botany econ. botany 


581-63 


travels 


919-3 


materia medica 


615 


Melaphyr lithology 


552.39 


diagnosis 


6x6.07 


Melastomaceae botany 


583-43 


education 


610.7 


* Melbourne history 


994.5 


state control of 


614.21 


travels 


919-45 


electricity, physics 


537.87 


* Meliacese botany 


583-251 


ethics 


174.2 


Meliorism philosophical systems 


149.5 


jurisprudence 


340.6 


Melissus Greek philosophy 


182.3 


museums 


610.77 


Melodeon music 


786.9 


police 


614.29 


Melody theory of music 


781.2 


practice pathology 


616 


Melville, Herman American fiction 813.36 


state control of 


614.25 


Membrana tympani ear diseases 


617.85 


schools 


610.71 


Membranes, admin, of medicine by 


615.66 


societies 


610.6 


of the heart diseases 


616.11 


zoology 


591 


Memoirs biography 


920 


Medicated baths, admin, of medicine 615.67 


scientific societies 


506 


Medication, hypodermic 


615.63 


Memorial day U. S. civil war 


97376 


Medici, Lorenzo de Italian poetry 


851.23 


sermons biography 


920 


Medicinal use of stimulants temper 


- 


sermons 


252.9 


ance 


1 78. 1 


Memory in animals zoology 


59i-5« 


Medicine 


610 . 


mental derangements 


132.8 


chemical analysis 


543.4 


faculties 


154 


economic botany 


581.63 


Mena, Juan de Spanish poetry 


861.22 


zoology 


591-63 


Menageries zoology 


590-7 


preventive, pub.health 614 


Menander Greek drama 


882.6 


State control of, pub. 




Mencius Oriental philosophen 


( 181. 1 


health 


614.2 


Mendoza, D. H. de Spanish poetry 


861.36 


veterinary 


6ig 


I. L. de 


861.23 


Medicines, general action thera 


. 615.5 


Menedemus Greek philosophers 


183.7 


grouped by effects 


615.7 


Meninges, cerebro-spinal diseases 


616.82 


patent adulterations 


614.353 


of the brain anatomy 


611.81 


Topics in black face type are sub-divided. 


Superior figures refer to the tablet 


I at the 




end of t] 


tiU index. 






(S' 


39) 





Meninges 
Mill 



INDEX 



Meninges of the spinal cord, anatomy 611.82 
Meningitis diseases 616.82 

Menispermaceae botany 583.116 

Mennonite church 289.7 

Menstruation diseases of women 618.17 

physiology 612.662 

Mensuration arithmetic 5ii>8 

surveying 526.9 

Mental capacity of women, education 376.2 

mind and body 136.1 
characteristics 136 

derangements medicine 616.8 

mind and body 132 
development education 370 
disability, inherited hygiene 613.92 
faculties 150 

of animals zoology 591 'Si 

615.851 

136.3 

131 

131 
150 

139 

131 
150 

857.56 

3477 
027.2-3 

658 

51 1.8 

658 

230.41 



mind and body 
mental hygiene 



healing 
heredity 
hygiene 
overwork 
philosophy 
photographs 

physiology mind and body 
science 
Menzini, Benedetto Italian satire 
Mercantile law 

libraries 
manuals 

rules arithmetic 
theory and practice 
Mercersburg theology doctrine 
Merchant service, ocean trans., sociol. 387 



Merchants 



Mercurials 
Mercury 



174.4 

923.8 

615.7326 

546.58 
615.258 

615.927 
669.7 

economic geol. 553.45 

523.41 
523.91 



astronomy 



business ethics 

lives 

cathartics 

chemistry 

materia medica 

metallic poisons 

metallurgy 

ores 

planets 

transits 
Mercy, sisters of 

Meridian circles astron. instrum. 
line practical astronomy 

spherical " 

Meridional instruments 
Merimee, Prosper French fiction 
Merino sheep domestic animals 
' Merioneth, Wales history 
Merovingian dynasty, French history 944.01 
Mesentery anatomy 611.38 

diseases of 616.38 

Mesmerism mind and body 134 

Mesopotamia, ancient history 935-8 

Topics in black face type are »ub-divlded. 



271.92 
522.33 

522.31 
522.76 

5"-3 

843.81 

942.92 



Messala Corvinus Latin oratory 875.5 
Messenia ancient history 938.9 

Messenius, Johan Swedish drama 839.7221 



232.1 
581.13 
591.163 
693.66 

695.4 



Messiah doctrinal theology 

Metabolism! of plants 

Metagenesis animals 

Metal lath masonry 

roofing, building 

Metallic ceilings architecture 721.74 

doors " 721.82 

floors and flooring " 721.64 

econ. geol. 5533-4 
therapeu. 615.925 
architecture 721.54 



ores 

poisons 

roofs 



salts 

tractors 

tremor 

Metallurgy 

Metals 



building 
emetics 
cures 
diseases 



building materials 
coinage 
history 

inorganic chemistry 
manufactures 
milling 

organic chemistry 
transmutation of 
Metamorphic rocks geology 
Metamorphism physical geology 
Metamorphosis botany 

of insects 
zoology embry. 
variation 
Metaphors rhetoric 
Metaphysics 

Metempsychosis metaphysics 
Meteoric points astronomy 

showers 
Meteorites lithology 
Meteorology 

natural history of man 573.4 
Meteors and comets 523-56 

astronomy 523*5 

systems of 523.54 

Meter weights and measures 389 

* Meters Eng. prosody 426.5 

water 628.17 

Method of directions geodesy 526.54 

exhaustions calculus 517.1 
independent angles geod. 526.51 
least squares orbits 521.36 

probabil. 519.8 
repetitions, geodesy 526.56 
Methodist church 287 

Episcopal church 287.6 

Methodists^ lives 922.7 

Superior fl^ures refer to the tables at 4i« 



695.4 

615-731 
615.856 

616.862 

669 

691.8 

332.41 
669 

546.3 
671 

622.34 

547-9 
540.1 

55a.4 

551.6 

581.34 
595-7 
591.34 
591. 151 

808 
zio 
129.4^ 

523.53 
523.53 
552.6 

551.5 



end of tliis Index. 

(5io) 



INDEX 



Meninges 
Mill 



Methodology metaphysics 
Methods, literary lib. econ. 
of education 
statistics 
studying science 
surveying 

teaching chemistry 
Metric system intern'! measures 
Metritis obstetrics 

Metrology 

' Metz history 

travels 
Meung« Jean de French poetry 
' Meurtha, France history 
' Meuse " " 

Mexican Indians 

war Mexican history 
U. S. " 

Mexico administration 

antiquities 
architecture 
botany 

* city history 

travels 
finance 
geology 
gulf of phys. geol. 

* history 
maps 

schools, public 
statistics 
travel 
treaties 

other topics see table i 
Mezzotint 

Micah Bible 

Michael VI. Byzantine history 
Michael Angelo, jr. Italian drama 
Michel, Jean French 
'Michigan, U. S. history 
'Michoacan, Mexico history 
Micrembryeae botany 
Microbes ** 

Micrometers astronomy 

* Micronesia history 



tt 



112 
029 

3" 

507 

526.91 

5407 

389 
618.73 

389 

943-45 

9M-34S 
841.18 

944.39 
944.38 

970.1 

972.05 

973-6 

354-7* 

9137* 
720.972 

581.972 

972.5 

91725 

336.72 

557.2 

551-463 
972 

912.72 

3797* 

3i7-a 
917.2 

341.272 

766 

224.93 

949.502 

852.51 

842.22 

977.4 

972.3 

583.925 
589.95 

522.53 
996.5 



Micro-organisms theory of disease 616.01 



Microphone 
Microphotography 



537.82 

578.4 

778 

591.172 

578 

535-82 

592 
578.6 

61333 
578 



Microscopy animal histology 
lithology 
study of disease 
vegetable histology 
Microspermeae botany 
Microtome microscopy 
Middens and privies scavenging 

kitchen prehist. arch. 571.93 

Middle ages European history 940.1 

ear, diseases of 
High German language 

poetry 
States, U. S. history 
' Middlesex, England 
' Co., Mass. 

' Midlands, England history 
Midwifery, antiseptics in 

obstetrics 
Migrations of animals 

men ethnology 
Mikkelsen, Hans, Danish miscellany 839.8823 
Milay Fontanals, M., Span, miscel. 868.53 
* Milan history 945-2 

travels 914.52 

Mildew botany 589.2 

Military academies, e. g. West Point 355.07 



« 



i< 



591^ 

552.8 

616.077 

581.8 

584.x 

578.4 
628.41 



617.84 

437.02 
831.2 

974 

942.1 
974.44 

942.4-5 
618.89 

618.2 

591.52 

572.3 



and naval arts 

antiquities 

architecture, fortifications 

biography 

engineering 

history 

Amer. civil war 
of special countries see country 
hospitals 
hygiene 
law 

organization in schools 
p>ensions 
religious orders 
roads and bridges 
science 



signals 

surgery 

surveying 



355 

355-09 
623.1 

9235 
623 

355.09 
973.74 

362.1 
613.67 

355 

371.43 

351.5 

929-7 

623.6 

355 

623.7 

617.99 
526.99 



Militia 
Milk analysis 



355 
adulterations 614.321 

chemistry 543.2 

and its products adult. 614.32 

cure therapeutics 615.854 



microscopy 

photography 

Micropyle zoology 

Microscopes 

optics 

Microscopic life invertebrates 

material, prep, of 

Microscopical analysis cf water 

Microscopy 

Topics in black face type are sab-divided. Superior flg^ure» refer to the tables at the 

end of this index. 

(S'O 



dairy 

fever obstetrics 

physiological zoology 

Mill, John Stuart British philos. 

Mill dams hydraulic eng. 

tfvater engines 



637 
618.71 

591.146 

192.7 

627.8 

621.29 



(« 



« 



II 



Mill 
Monkeys 

Mill gearing and machinery 
stones mechan. eng. 
work engineering 
Millennium theology 
Miller, Joaquin American poetry 
Millerites 

Millers' occupation hygiene 
Millevoye, C: H. French poetry 
Millinery clothing 

Milling tools 

Mills and manf . works eng. 
cotton, woolen, etc. 
flour meal and feed arch, 
paper 

manufactures 
textile 

wood-working 
Milton, J. English poetry 

'Milwaukee, Wis. history 

travels 
Mimetic arts 

variation 
Mimicr}' 
Mind 

and body 
cure 

in animals zoology 
readers* lives 
reading mesmerism 
Mine cars 
fires 

surveying 

Mineral cements chem. technology 666.9 

economic geology 553.68 
irritant poisons, therapeu. 615.92 
oil refining air pollution 614.724 
oils chemical technology 665.4 



INDEX 



animals 



therapeutics 



621.85 
621.92 
621.8 

236.3 
811.45 

289.3 

61363 

841.67 

646 

621.94 

621.7 

677 

725-47 
72546 
676 
725.41 

725-44 
821.47 

977-5 

917-75 
792 

591.155 
177.1 

150 

130 

615.851 

591.51 

920.9 

134 
622.63 
622.82 
622.14 



economic geology 
springs economic geol. 
surveys 
trades air pollution 



553-28 

553-7 
622.13 

614.72 

553-19 
614.348 

663.6 



549-1 
220.8549 

552.81 

35 » -823 
623.2 

622 



Mines, suffocation in protec. of life 614.83 
Miniatures painting 757 

Minima and maxima algebra 512.3 

geometry 513-19 

Mining companies mining eng. 622.06 
dangers and accidents, eng. 622.8 
engineering 622 

laws 622.007 

practical 622.2 

products political economy 338.2 
prospectuses 622.19 

Minister eccles. polity 262.14 

Ministerial authority " " 262.8 

Ministers French government 354*4404 
Ger. state " 
lives 
Ministration to sick and dead 
Ministries of state architecture 
war " 

ecclesiastical polity 262.x 

354.4306 
262.14 
258 
250 
831.2 



Ministry 



354-4308 
92a 

265.8 

725.12 

725.12 



German gov. 
lay 

parish work 
religion 
Minnesingers German poetry 

* Minnesota, U. S. history 

* Minorca history 

travels 
Minority representation polit. sci. 



law 

English poetr)* 



«< 



M 



veins ore deposits 
waters adulterations 

artifi. chcm. tech. 
economic geology 553.7 
hygiene 613.38 

therapeutics 615.79 

wool linings masonry 693.67 

Mineralogy 549 

determinative 
of the Bible 
Minerals rock determination 

Mines, admin, of government 
military eng. 
mining 
ownership, political economy 333.8 

Topios In black face type are snb-dlvicie<1. Superior 

end of tliU index. 

(S»2) 



Mishna 
Missals 

Missing link 



977.6 
946.7 
914.67 
324.2 

347-6 
821.14 
821 
784.7 

332-46 

099 

551.782 

822. z 

809.2 

244 

792 

231.7 
226.7 

23.1.7 
535-3 
535-87 
61S.39 

'73-» 
613.9 

347-6 

828 

920.8 
296 

264.025 
096 

575-8 
fllirurefi refer to the tables at the 



Minors 
Minot, L. 
* Minstrelsy 

negro vocal music 
Mints political economy 

Minute books curiosa 
Miocene period geology 
Miracle plays Eng. literature 

general history 
religion 
theatre 
Miracles doctrines 

New Testament 

post-Biblical 

optics 



*i 



obstetrics 



Mirage 
Mirrors 
Miscarriage 
Miscegenation, ethics 

hygiene 

law 
* Miscellanies see subjects 
' Miscellany English literature 
Misers, lives of 



Judaism 
Catholic ritual 
illuminated 
origin of species 



INDEX 



Mm 

Monkesrs 



Missionaries, lives of 92a 

Missionary schools 377-^ 

Missions, city 266 

home and foreign 266 

music for sacred music 783.7 
parish 269 

Roman Catholic 266.2 

'Mississippi, U. S. history 976.2 

bubble loan institutes 33^.31 
river description 917.7 
valley " 917.7 

* Missouri, U. S. history 977-8 

compromise, U. S. history 973.5 
river, description 91778 

Mistral, Frederic Proven9al poetry 849.146 

Mitchell, D. G. Am. miscellany 818.32 

Mites animal parasites 

Mithradatic war Roman history 

Mithraic worship 

Mitre sacred ornaments 

Mixed drinks adulterations 
chemical tech. 

Mixing machinery for sewage 

Mnemonic derangements 

Mnemonics 

ancient history 



Moab 
Moabite stone 
Mobs 
Modeling 
' Modena 



administration 
sculpture 
history 
travel 
Modern analytical geometry 
architecture 
church history 
costumes and customs 
dance music 
European history 
geometry 
Greek language 
literature 
history 
• philosophers 

lives 
Sabbath theology 

sculpture 
Modesty ethics 

Modulus of machines physics 
Moesia ancient history 

Moguls Indian '* 

Mohammedan architecture 
Mohammedanism 
Moisture conditions of life 

hygiene 

physical geography 
preven. in museums 



616.9685 
93705 
295 
247.6 
614.349 
663.8 
628.342 
132.8 

154-1 

939.46 

492.617 

35»752 

7Z^ 

945-4 
914.54 

516.5 

724 

270.8 

390 

786.46 

940.5 

513-5 
489 

889 

940-999 
190 

921 

263.2 

735 
179.9 

531-43 
939.88 

954 

723.3 
297 

577-4 
613.14 

55»-57 
57983 
614.772 



«i 



Moisture therapeutics 6' 5-833 

Molar pregnancy 618.39 

Molasses chemical technology 664.1 

Molbeck, F. C. K. Danish drama 839.8265 
' Moldavia, Turkey history 949-8 

Moldings, carved arch, decoration 729.55 

729.45 

539 

539.1 

5395 

541.2 

599-3 
842.42 

862.33 

273-7 

272.5 

945-71 

564 

594 

5946 



« 



painted 
Molecular physics 
structure 
Molecules, displacement of 

theoretical chemistry 
Moles zoology 

Moliire, J. B. P. French drama 
Molina, Tirso de Spanish 
Molinists heresies 

persecution 
' Molise, Italy, history 
MoUusca paleontology 

zoology 
Molluscoidea 
Molly Maguires labor organizations 331.88 

991-3 



Moments 
Monachism 
* Monaco 



soil public health 

Topics In black face type are sub-divided. Superior 

end of tliis index. 

(5 '3) 



' Moluccas history 
Molybdates mineralogy 
Molybdenum metals, chemistry 
Molza, F. M. Italian fiction 

poetry 

statics 

theology 

history 
' Monaghan, Ireland history 
Monarch Kng. government 

Monarchic institutions 
Monarchs' lives 
Monarchs of states Ger. govern. 
Monarchy, absolute 

constitutional 
Monasteries architecture 

theology 
Monastic orders " 

schools education 
Monetary congresses 
Money 

administration 

making commerce 
ethics 

paper 
' Mongolia, China history 
Mongolian languages 
Mongols history 

Russian history 
Monimiacex botany 
Monism philosophy 

Monitorial system of education 
Monitors, iron clads naval eng. 

school government 
Monkeys zoology 



549-74 

546.77 

853-33 

851-34 

531-23 
27 z 

944.94 

941.67 

3544203 

321.6 

923.1 

3544307 
321.6 

321.7 
726.7 

271 

271 

377-3 
332.44 

33a 

351.822 

658 
1744 

332-5 
951.7 

495 
950 

94703 

583.928 

147 

371-41 
623.9 

371.57 
599-8 
flg^ures refer to the tables at the 



Monks 
Muscles 



INDEX 



Monks and nuns reUg. orders 271 

* Monmouth, England history 942.43 
Monocotyledonae botany 584 
Monogamy family ethics 173.2 

hygiene 613.89 

Monograms design 745 

Monoliths prehistoric arch. 571 -94 

Monomania insanity 132. i 

Monopolies 33^*^ 
state, e. g. tobacco in France 336.19 

Monotremata mammals 599>i 

Monotropeae botany 583-63 

Monroe, J., presidency of 973-5 

* Monroe Co., N. Y. history 974-788 

doctrine, foreign relations 327.73 

Monsoons meteorology 55^ '51 

Monstrosities, animal 59i-i59 

human dwarfs, etc 573-9 

vegetable 581.159 

teratology 581.22 

Mont Blanc travels 914.449 

Mont Cenis tunnel 622.26 

Montagu, Mrs. E. English letters 826.62 

M.. Lady " ** 826.51 

Montaigne, M. E. de French essays 844.31 

'Montana, U. S. history 978.6 

Montanism heresies 273.9 
Montemayor, Jorge de Spanish fict. 863.31 

* Montenegro history 949-7 
Montesquieu, C. de S., French essays 844.52 

* Montgomery Co., N. Y. history 974.746 
' Wales " 942.94 
Monti, Vincenzo Italian poetry 851.64 

* Montreal history 971-4 

travels 9^7-^4 

Monts de piet^, administration 35^-825 

loan institutes 332.33 

Monuments cemeteries 718 

prehistoric 57i*9 

Moon astronomy 523.3 

charts 523-39 

effect on tides 525.62 

maps observations 524.3 

Moore, E. English essays 824.61 

T. ** poetry 821.75 

Moorish architecture 723-3 
kingdom Spanish history 946.02 

Moors, expulsion of " " 946.03 

Moot-courts 340-7 

Moraines glaciers 55' -32 

Moral agency, free, doctrinal theology 233.7 

education 377 

expectations probabilities 519*2 

government in schools 37 ^'S^ 

heredity doctrine 233.3 

metaphysics 129.2 

Topics in black face type are sub-divided. 

end of th 



Moral philosophy 


X70 


science ethics 


170 


sentiment " 


171.2 


systems 


171 


Morals and church 


261.4 


history of " 


170.9 



laboring classes politecon. 331.84 

of the press ethics i79-i 

war *• 172.4 

Moratin, L. F. de Spanish drama 862.42 

N. F. de " poetry 861.41 

'Moravia history 943-72 

Moravian brethren sects 284.6 

^ language 491-87 

missions 266.46 

Morbid anatomy 616.078 

habits hygiene 613.87 

' Morbihan, France history 944-13 

More, T: English fiction 823.2 

* Morea history 949-5 

' Morelos, Mexico " 972.4 
Moreto y Cabafia, A. Spanish drama 862.37 

Moringeae botany 5^3.299 

Mork, J. H. Swedish fiction 839.7341 

Mormonism 298 

Morning prayer Anglican ritual 264.033 

family devotions 249 

personal religion 248 

'Morocco history 964 

travels 916.4 

Morphine habit ethics 178.8 

Morphology animals 591-4 

comparative philology 415 

^ English language 425.1 

plants 581-4 

Morris, W. English poetry 821.85 

Mortality, law of insurance 368.3 

statistics 312 

public health 614.12 

Mortar building material 691.5 

Mortars chemical technology 666.9 

ordnance 623.4 

prehistoric archseol. 571.27 

Mortgages law 347-2 

Mortification surgery 617.25 

Mortmain law 347-2 

Mortuary buildings, architecture 726.8 

customs 393 
designs sacred ornaments 247.3 

Mosaic law Old Testament 222. z 

windows, architect, decora. 729.85 

work 747 

Mosaics arch, decoration 729.7 

floors and flooring 721.67 

religious ornaments 247.4 

Moscherosch, J: M. German satire 837.51 

Superior figures refer to the tablet at thm 
is index. 



(5M) 



INDEX 



Monks 
Muscles 



' Moscow history 


947.3 


travels 


91473 


'Moselle, France history 


944.38 


Mosenthal, S. H. German drama 


832.82 


Moslems 


297 


Mosques architecture 


726.2 


' Mosquito shore, Cent. Amer., history 972.85 


Mosquitoes animal parasites 


616.9681 


zoology 


595-76 


Mosses botany 


588.2 


sea algae 


5893 


Motet sacred music 


783.4 


Mother ethics 


173-5 


Goose folk-lore 


398.3 


maternity 


618 


Moths domestic economy 


646 


economic zoology 


591.68 


zoology 


59578 


Motion, beginnings of origin of life 


576.4 


composition of, physics 


531.22 


in medicine massage 


615.82 


laws of astronomy 


521. II 


metaphysics 


116 


of earth '* 


5253 


liquids hydraulics 


53a.5 


plants botany 


581.5 


sap in plants ** 


581. 1 1 


solar system 


523.24 


perpetual mechanics 


531.8 


pure physics 


53I-I 


rectilinear " 


531.31 


Motor apparatus physiol. 


612.7 


system anatomy 


61 1.7 


surg. opera. 


617.47 


Motory organs animals 


591-47 


^ Mottoes English literature 


828 


Mould fungi 


589.2 


Mouldings architecture 


729-3* 


Moulting embryology 


591-34 


Mound builders pre-historic arch. 


571-91 


U. S. history 


973-1 


Mounds, grave pre-historic arch 


•57i-9a 


pre-historic architecture 


571-9 


Mountain cottages architecture 


728.7 


railways 


625.3. 


resorts hygiene 


613.12 


Mountaineering 




* Mountains, attraction of, geodesy 


526.14 


in moon 


52334 


measurement of 


551-53 


physical geography 


551-43 


volcanic 


551-21 



Mounting specimens, collec. manuals 579.5 
telescopes 522.25 

Mourning customs 393.9 

Mouth anatomy 611. 31 



Mouth 



616.31 
612.31 
617.52 
624.S 

347.3 

581.5 

812.31 

967.9 
668.4 

631 



diseases 

physiology 

surgery 
Movable bridges military engrin. 
Movables chattels 

Movements of plants botany 
Mowatt, A. C. American drama 
" Mozambique history 
Mucilage manufacture 
Muck agriculture 

Mucous membranes administra- 
tion of medicine by 615.66 
physiology 612.38 
secretion animals 591.141 

Mudie's circulating libraries 027.342 

Muggletonians sects 289.9 

Mulberry agriculture 634 

silk culture 638 

Mule zoology 599.7 

Miiller, F. Paludan Danish poetry 839.8167 
Multiovulatae aquaticae botany 583.92 

583.922 

517.34 
618.25 

523.84 
654.2 

393.3 
616.31 

614.544 

839.8464 



»< 



terrestres 
Multiple integrals calculus 
pregnancy obstetrics 
stars 
Multiplex telegraphs commun. 
Mummies 
Mumps diseases 

public health 
Munch, P. A. Danish essays 
Miinch-Hellinghausen Germ, drama 832.75 
* Munich history 943*36 

travels 9 » 4.336 

Municipal bonds political economy 332.6 



civil service 

corporations, admin. 
law 

government, admin. 

law •* 

Munitions of war military eng. 
' Munster, Ireland history 
Muntaner, Ramon Catalan misc. 
Mural circles astronomical instr. 
decorations architecture 
Muraton, L. A. Italian essays 
' Murcia, Spain history 
Murder criminal law 

Murner, T: German satire 
Murrain cattle disease 

Musci botany 

Muscle-reading 
Muscles anatomy 



352.005 

352 

347-1 

35a 

352 

623.4 

941-9 
849.9813 

522.32 

729 

854.56 

946.7 

343 

837.4X 

619.2 

588.2 

134 

61173 



chem. composition of 61 1.73 
diseases of 616.74 

smooth physiol. 612.73 
striped " 612.74 



ToplcB in black face type are gab-divided. Superior figures refer to the tables at the 

end of this index. 

(S'5) 



Muscles 
Nepenthacese 



INDEX 



Muscles structure anatomy 611.73 

Muscular disorders eye diseases 617.76 
exercise hygiene 613.72 

sense mental faculties 152.6 

physiology 612.885 

Museums and libraries 021.4 

architecture 727.6 

arrangement of specimens 579.7 
art fine arts 708 

gov. admin. 35' -^53 
medical 610.77 

school 371-65 

scientific natural science 507 
Sunday opening 263.7 

other museums see subject 
Mushrooms botany 

food 
Music 

box mech. instruments 
copyright 
ecclesiology 
halls architecture 
public worship 
therapeutics 
Musical form 

instruments 

acoustics 
sounds " 

Musicians* lives 
Muspilli German poetry 

Musquitoes animal parasites 
Musset, L. C. A. de French drama 



589.22 

643 
780 

789.8 

655.62 

246.7-8 

725.S1 

264.2 

615.837 

781.5 

780 

534-85 

534-3 
927.8 

831.14 

616.9681 

842.76 



emetics 
zoology 



Mustard 

Mustelidx 

Muster rolls 

Mutilations of library books 
war cusionis 

Mutiny maritime law 

Mutual action of planets 

aid societies pol. economy 
benefit societies adminis. 



poetry 841.77 
615-731 



Mycenae 

Mycology 

Mydriatics 

Myology 

Myopia 

Myoporineae 

Myricaceae 

Myriopoda 

Myristiceae 

Mvrsineae 

Myrtaceae 

My r tales 

Mysia 

'Mysore, India 



ancient history 

botany 

therapeutics 

anatomy 

eye diseases 

botany 



(i 



zoology 
botany 



u 



(( 



<( 



ancient history 
historv 



5997 

355 
024.8 

399 

347 7 
521.41 

334.7 

351-825 

938.8 

589.2 

61 5.784 
611.73 

617-75 
583.871 

583974 
595.6 

583.927 
583677 
58342 

5834 

939-21 
954.8 



Mysteries 

Mystery plays Eng» literature 

history 
religion 
theatre 
Mystic philosophers 
Mysticism heresies 

philosophy 
Mystics mediaeval 

Mythical Greek history 
Mythology, comparative 
German 

Greek and Roman 
Norse 
Myths 
Myxoedema 



diseases 
Myxomycetes botany 
Nabatheans ancient history 
Naevius, Cnaeus Latm drama 
Nahum Bible 

Naiadaces botany 
Nails anatomy 

physiology 

* Nairn, Scotland history 
Names of persons and places 
' Nantes history 

travels 
Nantes, edict of, religious history 
' Nantucket Co., Mass. " 

Naphthalene organic chemistry 
' Naples, Italy history 

* Naples city history 

travels 

Napoleon I., Fr. hist., First consulate 944.046 
I. " " ** empire 944.05 
III. French history 944-07 

Napoleon, code law 349.442 

Napoleonic period, European history 940.8 
wars German history 943.06 
Russian ** 947.07 

Scandinavian hist. 948.06 
'Napoli, Italy, history 945-73 

Narcotic poisons therapeutics 615.96 
Narcotics, action of hygiene 613.8 
and stimulants ethics 178 



133 
822. z 

809.2 

244 

792 

189.5 

273.2 

"49-3 
189.5 

938.01 

291 

.293 
292 

293 
291 

616.997 

589.29 

939.46 

872.2 

224.94 

584.74 

611.78 

612.79 

941.22 

929.4 

944.14 

914.414 

272.4 

974.49 

547-28 

945.7 

945-73 
914.573 



moral use of 
Nardi, Jacopo, Italian essays 
Narrow-gauge railways 
Nasal passages anatomy 
Nasby, P. V. American humor 
Naso-phai yngeal space, diseases of 
' Natal, Africa history 
Natatores birds 

Natatoriums architecture 
National aid to education 

and state universities 



178.8 

854.32 
625.1 

61 1. 21 

817.42 

616.21 

968.4 

598.4 

725.74 
379.12 
379.16 



Topic* In black face type are aub-divlded. Superior flsrurett refer to the tables mt tkm 

end of this index. 

(5'6) 





INDEX Muscles 






Nepenthacea 


National and state universities 


378 


Naval biography 


9235 


assembly, 1789-92, Fr. hist. 944.041 


engineering 


623.8 


187 1, " " 


944.08 


history 


359.09 


banks 


332." 


Amer. civil war 


973-75 


churches vs. organic unit) 


r 261.8 


see also special countries 


costumes 


391 


hygiene 


613.68 


customs, special 


390 


men, lives of 


9235 


debt finance 


336.3 


schools, e. g. Annapolis 


359-07 


libraries 


027-5 


science 


359 


music 


786.45 


ship building 


699 


parks 


7" 


surveying 


526.99 


* politics England 


329.942 


war 


359 


U. S. 


329 


Navies 


359 


school supervision 


379-15 


Navigation astronomy 


527 


soldiers' cemeteries 


719 


laws 


347.7 


songs music 


784.4 


signals in, communicat. 654.9 


Nations, law of, international law 541 


physics 


534.83 


rise of, European history 


940.2 


useful art 


656 


Native Americans political parties 


329.5 


* Navigator's Islands history 


996.1 


elements mineralogy 


549.2 


Navigators' lives 


923.9 


Natural body doctrinal theology 233.5 


Navy administration 


35» 


drainage, mining 


622.52 


department, U. S. 


353.7 


gas chem. technology 


662.6 


Neal, John Am. fiction 


813.26 


economic geology 553.28 


Joseph Clay " satire 


817.31 


heating 


697.6 


Neap tides earth 


525-63 


history, Biblical 


220.85 


' Nebraska, U. S. history 


978.2 


collectors' manuals 579 


Nebulae astronomy 


523-85 


of countries 


508.3 


Nebular hypothesis " 


523-12 


man 


573 


Necessity metaphysics 


123 


zoology 


590 


Neck anatomy 


611.93 


law 


340.1 


surgery 


617.53 


light shadows 


51563 


Necks geology 


551.88 


magic 


^33 


Necrology biography 


920 


philosophy 


530 


colleges 


378 


religion 


210 


Necromancers 


'33-4 


science 


500 


Necrosis diseases 


616.71 


selection evolution 


575-4 


Needle-work art 


746 


stone building material 


69I.2 


domestic economy 


646 


system of botany 


580.1 


Negro education 


371.94 


theology 


210 


race ethnology 


572.96 


ventilation mining 


622.42 


nat. hist, of man 


573-5 


water courses, hygiene of 


614.772 


political standing 


3241 


Naturalists' lives 


9259 


slavery 


326 


Naturalization 


325-1 


songs music 


784.7 


suffrage 


324-1 


Nehemiah Bible 


222.8 


Nature 


500 


' Nejd, Arabia, history 


953-8 


law of 


340.1 


Nelli, Pietro Italian satire 


857.41 


metaphysics 


"3 


Nematoda parasitic diseases 


616.965 


of being metaphysics 


III 


Nemean games Greek antiquities 


913-38 


respiration animals 


591. 121 


Neo-Grec architecture 


724.6 


printing 


655-37 


Neolithic age prehist. archaeol. 


57i.a 


unity of 




Neology rationalism 


211 


Nautical astronomy 


527 


Neoplatonism 


186.4 


surveying 


526.99 


Neoplatonists, apologetics against 


239.4 


Naval architecture engineering 


623.8 


' Nepaul history 


954.2 


battles 


359 


travels 


9 « 5-42 


see also special countries 




Nepenthaceis botany 


583.92a 



Topics in black face type are aub-divlded. Superior flgureg refer to the tables at the 

end of this index. 

(5«7) 



Nepos 
Notation 



INDEX 



Nepos, Cornelius Latin history 878.3 
Nepotism civil service 351.1 

descriptive astronomy 523.48 

612.81 
611.83 
616.87 
591.18 



Neptune 
Nerve fibres 
Nerves 



physiology 
anatomy 
diseases of 
Nervous functions of animals 



physiology 
prostration 



612.8 
616.843 



system, central physiology 612.82 
comp. anatomy 591.48 

descriptive anat 59178 
diseases of 616.8 

drugs acting on 615.78 
human anatomy 61 1.8 
hygiene 613.8 

pathology 6x6.8 

surg. operation 617.48 

sympathet., physiol. 61 2.89 



Nestorian church 

' Netherlands history 

Nets for collectors biology 



Nettlerash 
Neuralgia 
Neurasthenia 
Neurology 



skin diseases 
diseases 



u 



morphology 

organography 

physiol. zoology 

insects 

diseases 

due to spec, poisons 616.86 
Neurotic poisons toxicology 615.95 

Neuters generation of animals 591.162 



Neuroptera 
Neuroses 



281.8 

949.2 

579.612 

616.51 

616.87 

616.843 

591.48 

591.78 

591.18 

59574 
616.85 



history 



(t 



»( 



ti 



Neutrality international law 
Nevada, U. S. history 
New Britain, Australia 
Brunswick, Canada 
Caledonia, Australia 
Castile Spanish 

travels 
church, Swedenborgian 
England history 
France, Canada history 

travels 
history 



<( 



i( 



i( 



Granada, S. A. 
Guinea 

Hampshire, U. S. 
Haven, Conn. 

travels 
Hebrides, Australia history 
Holland, Australia '* 

travels 
Ireland 

Jersey, U. S. 
Jerusalem church 
Mexico, U. S. 



history 



i( 



u 



341.3 

979-3 
993-6 

971.5 
993-2 
946.4 

914.64 
289.4 

974 
971 

917.X 

986 

995 
974.2 

974.6S 

917.468 

993-4 

994 
919.4 

993-6 
974-9 
289.4 
978.9 



' New Orleans 



(« 



(« 



Platonism 

Plymouth colony history 

South Wales 

Sweden, Penn. 

travels 

Testament 

biography 



history 976.3 
travels 917.63 
exposition 606 
186 



974.4 

994.4 
974.8 

917.48 

225 

225.92 



Greek dialects 487.3 



II 



II 



« York, U. S. history 

» city 

travels 
* vicinity of hist. 

' Zealand, 

> Newark, N. J. 

travels 
' Newfoundland history 

News rooms and reading rooms, 

free 
Newspaper cuttings preservation 
Newspapers ethics 
general 



974-7 

974.71 

917.471 

974.7a 

993-1 
974-932 

917.493a 
971,8 

027.9 

029.3 

1 79- 1 
070 



history of journalism 070 



Newt zoology 

Newton's binomial theorem 
Ngami, lake travels 
' Niagara Co., N. Y. history 
' Falls description 



598.11 
512.4 
916.76 
974-798 
917-4799 



II 



Nibelungenlied " German poetry 831.21 



' Nicaragua 

Niccolini, G. 
' Nice 



history 
travels 

Italian drama 
history 
travels 



972.85 

917.285 

852.71 

944-94 
914.494 



Toplcg in black face type are gub-dlvicled. 



Nicene, Ante-, church A. D. 100-325 281.3 
councils religious history 270.2 
creed 238.1 

Post-, church A. D. 325-1054, 281.4 
Nicholas I. Russian history 947-07 

Nicholls, C. (Bronte), English fiction 823.81 
Nickel coinage pol. econ. 332.41 

inorganic chemistry 546.74 
ores economic geol. 553.48 

992 
729.64 

831.76 
944. 56 
916.6 
614.764 
149.8 

335 
916.2 

944.83 

914.483 

Superior flg^ares refer to the tables at the 
end of this index. 

(S18) 



' Nicobar Islands history 
Niello-work arch, decoration 
Niembsch v. Strehlenau, Ger. poetrj' 
* Nievre, France history 



Niger river 

Night-soil 

Nihilism 

Nile 
* Nimes 



description 

air pollution 

philosophy 

socialism 

description 

history 

travels 



INDEX 



Nepos 
Notation 



Nineveh 

4 



ancient history 935-2 

cuneiform lang. 492.19 

Niobium inorganic chemistry 546.89 

'Nipal, India history 954-2 

Nirvana oriental philosophy 181.4 

Nisard, J. M. N. D. French essays 844.77 

Nitrates chemical technology 661.6 

mineralogy 549-72 

Nitric acid chemical technology 661.2 

Nitrites depressants 615.716 

Nitro-derivatives, organic chemistry 547.8 

Nitrogen compounds air pollution 614.727 

group inorganic chem. 546.17 

Nitro-glycerine, chemical tech. 662.2 

Nitrous oxide anaesthetics 615.781 

'Nivernais, France history 944-56 

Nobility heraldry 929.7 

Noble Leyczon, La Proven, poetry 849.132 

Nobles' lives 923.2 

Nocturne piano music 786.43 

Nodier, Ji CI E. French fiction 843.72 

Nomads 397 

Nomenclature, botany 580.1 

theoretical chemistry 541.9 

Nominalism philosophy 149-1 
Nomsz, Jan Dutch drama 839.3245 

N on- Christian religions 290 

and education 377.9 

Non-conformists Eng. relig. hist. 274.2 

sects 283.42 

Non-Euclidean geometry 5 '3-8 

Non-jurors Eng. religious history 274.2 

Non-malignant tumors diseases 616.993 
Non-metallic elements inorganic 



chemistry 


546.1 


poisons therap. 


615.923 


Non-officinal drugs adulterations 


614.352 


Non-sphericity of planets astron. 


521.43 


* Nord, France history 


944.28 


Nordenflycht, H. C, Swedish poetry 839.7143 


* Norfolk, England history 


942.61 


» Co., Mass. " 


974.47 


Noricum ancient " 


93985 


Norite Plutonic rocks 


552-37 


Normal labor obstetrics 


618.44 


schools 


370.7 


Norman architecture, Eng. 


723-42 


French 


723-44 


Sicilian 


723-45 


conquests European hist 


-940.3 


* Normandy, France history 


944.2 


* Norse history 


948.02 


Normans, England " 


942.02 


'Norrland, Sweden " 


948.8 


^ Norse language 


4398 


literature 


839.8 



Norse mythology 293 

old, language 439.6 

literatuie 839.6 

Norsemen Scandinavian hist. 948 



' North Africa history 

America geography 
geology 

' history 

languages 
statistics 
travels 



961 
917 

557 
970 

497 
317 
917 



Atlantic States, U. S. hist. 974 



<( 



«< 



<« 



M 



975-6 

977 
971.28 

973-5 
919.8 

943.081 

919.8 

551.461 

973.S 
919.8 



' Carolina 

' Central States history 

' East territory, Canada 

Eastern boundary, U. S. 

passage 
German Confederation 
pole travels 
Sea physical geog. 
west boundary 

passage travels 
' Territories, Can. hist. 971.2 

* territory, U. S. " 977 

travels 917.7 

* Northampton. England history 942.55 
Northern lights aurora borealis 523.59 

mythology 293 

Northmen in America U. S. history 973.1 

Scandinavian history 948 

' Northumberland, England history 942.82 

Norway administration 354-48i 

botany 581.9481 

finance 336.481 

geology 554.81 

' history 948.1 

maps 912.481 

schools, public 379- 481 

statistics 314.81 

travel 914.81 

treaties 341.2481 

union with Sweden hist 948.06 

other topics see table i 

4 Norwegian language 439-8 

literature 839.8 

Romanesque arch. 723.48 

Nose diseases, pathology 616.21 

Nosology medicine 616.01 

Nostrums State control 614.27 

Nota, Alberto, Italian drama 852.65 

Notaries public law 347-96 

Notation, abridged anal, geometry 516.52 

arithmetic 511. 2 

for book sizes 025.3 

system of library classificat. 025.4 

theoretical chemistry 54^-9 

Topicg In black face type are sub-divided. Superior flg^ures refer to the tables at the 

end uf this index. 

(519) 



Notes 
Omentum 



INDEX 



Notes, public and private, pol. econ. 332.5 



Notion, concept, mental faculties 
* Nottingham history 
travels 
'Notts, England history 
^ Nouns English syntax 

' forms " etymology 



»53i 
942.52 

914-252 
942.52 

425.5 
422.5 



II 



morphology 425.15 



'Nouvclle France history 
'Nova Scotia " 

Novaculite lithology 
Novel reading ethics 

reading and aids 
writing 
Novelists* lives, Eng. 
Novels Amer. civil war 

' English literature 

religious 
•Novgorod, Russia history 
Noxious gases air pollution 

materials, storage of, air pol- 
lution 614.75 
vapors hygiene 613.62 
Noxiousness of animals, economic 



97« 

971.6 

552.45 

175.8 

028.4 

808.3 

928.23 

97379 
823 

244 
947.2 

614.72 



zoology 

* Nubia, Egypt history 
Nudifloreae botany 
'Nuevo Leon, Mexico history 
Nuisances 



Nullification 



Number 



law 

public health 

in South Carolina 

U. S. constitut. law 

metaphysics 
Numbering machines printing 
Numbers, book of Bible 

prime arithmetic 

shelf library econ. 

theory of algebra 
Numeration arithmetic 
Numerical equations, higher 
Numidia ancient history 

Numismatics 
Nunneries 
Nuns 

cloistered religious history 
* Nuremberg history 

travels 

domestic economv 

lore folk-lore 

physiological zoology 591.163 

domestic economy 649 

medicine 610.73 

Nusairian religion 297 

Nutation astron. corrections 522.96 



Nursery 

Nurses 
Nursing 



591-65 
962.4 
584.6 
972.1 

347.5 
614.7 

973.5 

119 

655.36 
222.14 

5"-3 

025.8 

512.81 

511.2 

512.2 

939.72 

lyi 
271.9 

271.9 

271.96 

943-32 

9U.332 

649 

398.3 



Nutrition physiological botany 581.13 

zoology 591.13 



physiology 
Nutritive baths hygiene 

enemeta ** 

phenomena physiol. 
Nutritory organs comp. anat. 

descrip. " 
Nux vomica spinal poisons 
Nyblom, K: R. Swedish essays 
Nyctagineae botany 
Nyerup, Rasmus Danish essays 
Nymphaeaceae, botany 
Oases phys. geog. 

Oaths ethics 

legal 



612.39 

613.23 
613.23 
612.39 

591.43 

591.73 
615.97 

839.7466 

583.911 

839.845 

583.118 

55'-58 

»79.5 

347.94 



of allegiance pol. sci.323 



'Oaxaca, Mexico history 

Obadiah Bible 

Obedience doctrinal theology 

Obelisks 

Obcrammergau passion play 

Obituary addresses biography 

sermons 
Object glass telescopes 
teaching education 
Objectives microscopy 
Oblates monastic orders 

Obligations social ethics 
Oblique perspective desc. geom. 

projection " " 

Obliquity of ecliptic to equator 
Oboe musical instrument 

Observation errors probabilities 

mental faculties 
Observations astronomy 



972.7 

224.91 

234.6 

718 
792 
920 

252.9 
522.24 

372.3 
578.2 

271.76 

177.8 

515.61 

515.3 

525-3* 
788.7 

519-6 

15a 

524 



auxiliary, astron. 522.6 

5M-X 

371.68 

522.28 

372.3 
552.23 
618.8 
618.2 

133 



Observatories 

school apparatus 
Observing chairs astronomy 
powers education 
Obsidian lithology 

Obstetric operations 
Obstetrics diseases of women 
Occult sciences 
Occultations and transits, astronomy 523.99 
finding longitude 525.48 

Occupations, injurious hygiene 613.6 
mortality in public 

health 614.15 

special dis. from 616 



Ocean coast changes 
currents 
exploration 
geography 

life 



55».36 
phys. geog. 551.47 

910.4 

maps 912 

zoology 591.92 



theoretical astronomy 521.9 
Nutriments physiology 612.392 j 

Topics in black face tjpe are sub-divided. 8u|>erior figures refer to the tables at the 

end of tliiH index* 

(520) 



INDEX 



Notes 
Omentum 



Ocean telegraph 


654.5 


tides 




5^56 


transportation sociology 


387 




useful arts 


656 


travel 




910.4 


Oceanica • 


ecclesiastical hist. 


279 




geography 


gig 




geology 


559 


t 


history 


990 




statistics 


319 




travels 


919 


Oceans 


physical geography 55146 


Ochnaceae 


botany 


583-245 


Octateuch 


Bible 


222 


Octocorolla 


radiates 


593-62 


Odd Fellows 


secret societies 


366.3 


Odel, Anders, 


Swedish poetry 


839.7144 


' Odessa 


history 


947.7 


Odic force 




134 


Odontalgia 


dentistry 


617.65 


Odontology 


animal comp. anat. 


591.43 



u 



descr. " 591.73 
human " 61 1.3 

Odontomithes fossils 568 

CBcumenical councils, eccles. pol. 262.5 

relig. hist. 270.2 
Oehlenschlager, A. G. Dan. poet. 839.8161 
Oesophagus anatomy 611.32 

diseases of 616.32 

Offal air pollution 614.763 

Offensive animals econ. zoology 591.66 
materials, storing, air pollu. 614.75 
Offertory alms 264.9 

organ music 786.86 

sacred music 783.23 

Office and apartment buildings, arch. 725.22 
buildings 

tenure of civil service 
training law education 
Officers, army and navy lives 
civil service 



«< 



725.23 

35».4 

340.7 

923.5 

923-5 
organization 351.1 



i< 



(( 



«i 



(i 



duties of public ethics 
Offices, excise architecture 

post 

public 

record 
Official functions civ. serv. officers 

register, U. S., civil service 

residences architecture 
Officinal drugs, adulterations 
Offspring hygiene 
Ogier, Guillelmus Dutch drama 
'Ohio, U. S., history 

valley description 
Oil, animal chemical analysis 



172.2 

725.14 
725.16 

725.13 

725-15 

351. 1 

351.2 

725-17 

614.351 
613.9 

839-3235 
977.1 
917.7 
543-9 



Oil, animal chemical technology 665.2 
coal economic geology 553.28 

manufacture 665 

painting art 751 

building 698.1 

refining, mineral air pollution 614.724 
vegetable agriculture 633 

chemical analysis 543*8 

Oils adulterations 614.313 

essential, chem. tech. 668.5 
fixed, materia medica6i5.34 
protec. extern, agents 615.776 



' Oise, France history 
Olacales botany 

Olacinese " 

Olai, Ericus Swedish poetry 
Old age, mortality public health 
therapeutics of 
Bactrian language 
Castile Spanish history 

travels 
Catholic church 
Egyptian language 
English language 
French " 

Norse ** 

literature 
Persian language 
Prussian ** 
red sandstone geology 
^ Saxon language 
literature 
Testament 

biography 
* Oldenburg, Germany histor^ 

travels 
Oldham, J. English satire 
Oleaceae botany 

Olefines organic chemistry 

Oleomargarine, adul terations 

chemical technology 664.3 
Oleron, laws of, admiralty law 347*7 



944.35 
583.26 

583.261 

839.7113 

614.13s 
615.54 

491.5a 

946.3 
914.63 

284.8 

493.x 
427.01 

447.01 

4396 
839.6 
891.5X 
49191 

551-74 

4392 

839.2 

221 

221.92 

943.52 

914.352 
827.45 

583-71 
547.22 

614.326 



Olfaction 

Oligarchy 
Olive oil 
* Olonetz 



physiology 
pyschology 



612.86 

152.3 

321.5 
chemical technology 665.3 

Russian history 947.2 

Olozaga, Salustiano de. Span, oratory 865.51 

Oltmans, J. F., Dutch fiction 839.3353 

Olufsen, O. K., Danish drama 839.8257 
Olympiads chronology 529.3 

Olympic games, Grecian antiquities 913.38 
* Oman, Arabia history 953-5 

Omens delusions ^33-3 

Omentum anatomy 611.38 

diseases of 616.38 



Topics in black face type are sub-divided. Superior 

end of this index. 



flg^ures refer to the tables at the 



(( 



<< 



»« 



« 



(I 



It 



Oolite 

Oology 
Oosporeae 

Ooze 
Opal 



Omnig^aph 
Otaheite 

Omnigraph engraving 
Omnipotence doctr. theology 
Omnipresence, 
Omniscience, 
Onagrariese botany 

* Oneida Co., N. Y. history 
Oneida community socialism 
' Onondaga Co., N. N. history 

* Ontario, Canada 
« Co., N.Y. 
Ontogeny embryology 
Ontology philosophy 
Onychophora articulates 

geology 

lithology 

ornithology 

algx 

fungi 

lithology 

economic geology 
Open channels hydraulics 

workings mining 
Opening lib. and museums, Sunday 

libraries on Sunday 
Openings in roofs arch, construction 

streets, sewerage 
Opera, amusement 

bouffe dramatic music 
dramatic music 
ethics 

houses architecture 
recitative vocal music 
Operations, calculus of 
Operative surgery 
Operetta music 

Ophicleide 
Ophidia 
Ophiomorpha 
Ophiuridea 
Ophthalmia 
Ophthalmic surgery 
Ophthalmoscope 

Opitz V. Bobcrfeld Germ, poetry 
Opium analgesics 

habit ethics 

hygiene 

narcotic poisons 

traffic ethics 

mammals 

Greek poetry 
Opposition of good and evil, heresies 
Oppositions solar system 
Optic nerve eye diseases 
Optical crystallography 
Optics 
Optimism philosophy 

Topics in black face type are sub- 



INDEX 



(I 



reptiles 
fishes 
zoology 
eve diseases 



Opossums 
Oppian 



760 


Optional studies curriculum 


375-04 


2314 


vaccination public health 614.4739 


2314 


Oracles mind and body 


133-3 


2314 


Oral examinations education 


371-27 


583-445 


' Orange Co., N. Y. history 


974731 


974.762 


' Orange Free State " 


968.5 


335-973 


^ Orations English literature 


825 


974-765 


Oratorios sacred music 


783.3 


9713 


Orators' lives, English 


928.2s 


974.786 


Oratory 


808.5 


5913 


sacred homiletics 


251 


III 


Orbit of comets astronomy 523.63 


595-5 


earth " 


5253 


551.76 


eye, etc. diseases 


617.78 


552.56 


moon astronomy 523.33 


598.2 


plane of, in space ** 


521.21 


589.5 


position of, in plane " 


521.22 


589.24 


Orbits of heavenly bodies 


521.3 


552-54 


* Orcades, Scotland history 


941.12 


553-8 


Orchards agriculture 


634 


532-54 


Orchestral music 


785 


622.31 


sacred music 


783-1 


263.7 


Orchestrion music 


789.7 


024.4 


Orchids botany 


584.15 


721.55 


fertilization of, botany 581.16 


628.231 


Ordeal, trial by law 


340.3 


792 


Order, public administration 


351-75 


782.7 


Orders, holy ministry 


262.16 


782 


sacraments 


265.4 


175-2 


in Council, 1807-8, Eng. hist. 


942.073 


725.82 


the ministry, eccles. polity 262.16 


784.2 


monastic 


271 


517.7 


of architecture arch, design 729.32 


617.9 


knighthood heraldry 


929.71 


782.8 


Ordinal Anglican ritual 


264.037 


788.45 


Ordinances " ** 


264.035 


598.12 


religious 


265 


597-7 


Ordination eccles. polity 


262.16 


593-94 


sacraments 


265.4 


617.71 


sermons 


252.7 


617.7 


Ordnance engineering 


623-4 


617.7 


Ordo anomalus botany 


583.899 


831.51 


Ore concentrators mining eng. 


622.75 


615.783 


deposits 


553-1 


178.8 


dressing mining eng. 


622.7 


613.82 


' Oregon history 


979-5 


615.961 


question U. S. hist 


973-5 


178.8 


Ores except iron econom. geol. 


553.4 


599-2 


iron " " 


553-3 


883.4 


metallurgy 


669 


273-2 


mineralogy 


549 


523-23 


mining 


622 


617-73 


Orford, H. Walpole Eng. letters 


826.61 


548.9 


Organ, cabinet 


786.9 


535 


music 


786.8 


149.5 


musical instrument 


786.5 


divided. 


Superior figures refer to the tables at the 


end of t1 


lis index. 




(5 


22) 





INDEX 



Omnigraph 
Otaheite 



Organ sacred music 783-1 

Organic and inorganic matter, differ- 
ences 577-1 
chemical industries 660 
chemistry 547 
drugs materia medica 615.3 
material zoology S9»-U7 
remains paleontology 560 
Organization central government, 



354 

352.004 

351-1 
334.1 
347-97 

331-87 
371.2 

581.7 

591.7 
611.6 

591.46 
59176 



Foreign states 
city government 
civil service 
cooperation 
courts law 
laboring classes 
schools education 
Organography botany 

zo61ogy 
Organs of generation anatomy 

comp. anat. 
descr. ** 
over-use of certain, hygiene 613.65 
Oriels architectural design 729.38 

Oriental architecture 722 

art 709.5 

churches 281.5 

customs 915 

history 950 

languages 490 

literature 890 

music theory 781.7 

mythology 291 

philosophersMives 921.9 

philosophy 181 

question Turkey 949-6 

religions 290 

societies 490.6 

theologians' lives 922.1 

Orientalia literature 890 

Orientals education 37' -96 

Orientation ecclesiology 246.1 

Orifices hydraulics • 532.52 

Origen early Christian philosophy 189.2 
Origin of English language 422.1 

evil natural theology 216 

individ. soul metaphys. 129 

121 
401 
576 
573-2 

655-" 
201 

575-9 
575-8 
401 



(( 



knowledge 

language 

life 

man, natural hist, of man 

printing 

religious belief 

sexes evolution 

species " 

speech philology 



Original sin doct. theol. 
Orinoco river travels 
' Orissa, India, history 

* language 
'Orkneys, Scotland history 
Orleans, C: due d* French poetry 

* France history 
« Co., N. Y. 

house of French history 
Ormin English poetry 

Ornament, carved arch. dec. 

painted 
Ornamental botany 
design 

gardening, landscape 710 
joinery carpentry 694.7 

plaster-work masonry 693.63 



<< 



»t 



233-2 

918.7 

954-1 

49»-45 
94r.i2 

841.22 

944.5 
974.791 

944.063 

821.12 

7*9. 5 
729.4 

716 

745 



Ornaments costume 

prehistoric 
toilet 

* Orne, France history 

Ornithology 

Orobanchaceae botany 

Orology physical geography 

Orphan asylums 

architecture 



391.7 

571.7 
646 

94423 
598.2 

583.821 

551-43 
362.7 

725-57 
" Orphic poems " Greek epic poetry 883.5 

Orrery astronomy 523.28 

Orthodox church, holy or Greek 281.9 

Orthodoxy heresies 273 

Orthoepy comparative philol. 41 1 

English language 421.5 

Orthographic projections 5' 5*5' 

^ Orthography English language 421 

Orthomorphic projections geodesy 526.82 



Orthopedic appliances surgery 

surgery 
Orthoptera articulates 
Oryctology paleontology 
Os, dilatation obstetric operations 
Oscillations of earth's crust 
Osculation calculus 
Osmium inorganic chemistry 

Osmose of liquids 
Osmosis physiology 

^Ossetic language 
Ossian English literature 



6r7.92 
6x7.3 

595-72 

560 

618.84 

55'-24 
517.24 

546.94 

532-7 
612.382 
491.56 
821.66 



Ossoli, M. (Fuller) d* Amer. essays 814.31 

Osteology, animal descriptive 59' -79 

comparative 591-49 

human anatomy 61 1.7 1 

Ostracism Greek antiquities 913-38 

Ostracoda articulates 595*33 

* Oswego Co., N. Y. history 974-767 

' Otaheite history 996.2 

travels 919.62 



Original home of man ethnology 572.4 

Topics ill black face typ« are tub-divided. Superior flg^ures refer to the tables at the 

end of this index. 

(523) 



Otfried 


IN 


Parliamentary 




Otfried German poetry 


831.12 


Otology anatomy of ear 


611.85 


'Otsego Co., N. Y. history 


974774 


Otto I. German history 


943.022 


II. " •* 


943.022 


III. 


943.022 


IV. 


943-025 


* Ottoman empire " 


949.6 


Otway, T. English drama 


822.45 


Oudaan, Joachim Dutch drama 


8393236 


'Oudh, India history 


954.2 


Out-buildings architecture 


728.9 


Outcrop geology 


55»-85 


Out-door sports 


796 


Outfall sewerage system 


628.217 


sewers 


628.27 


Outlawry criminal law 


343 


* Outlines, compends, see subject. 




Outlining drawing 


741 


Outlooks landscape gardening 


7^ 


Outposts military science 


355 


Ovaries anatomy 


611.65 


Ovariotomy surgery 


617.46 


Ovary diseases of women 


618.11 


Over-hours hygiene 


613.61 


mantels fixed furniture 


729-95 



use of certain organs hygiene 613.65 
Overfalls hydraulics 532-53 

Overflows sewer appurtenances 628.258 

Overshot wheels mechanical eng. 621.22 
Overskou, T: Danish drama 
Overstrain, physical hygiene 



Overstudy 

Overture 

Overwork 

Ovid 



839.8264 

6»3-73 
371-71 

785-5 
613.61 

131 
871.2 

6x8.32 



school hygiene 
orchestral music 
hygiene 

mental mental hyg. 
Latin poetry 
Ovum, pathology of pregnancy 

removal obstetric opera. 618.88 

Owners, absentee and alien 333-4 

liability of building 692.9 

Ownership, land 333 

Oxalate of cerium therapeutics 615.735 
Oxalates mineralogy 549-79 

Oxenstjerna, J. G. Swedish poetry 839.7154 
"Oxford, England history 942-57 

travels 9^4-257 

movement 283 

University 378.42 

Oxids inineralogy 549.5 

Oxygen, chemistry 54621 

compounds, mineralogy 549-5 
group, inorgan. chemistry 546.2 
Oxytocics therapeutics 615.766 

Oysters fisheries 639 

food 643 

Topics in black face type are sub-divided. 



614.319 
5941 

553-27 
546.21 

613.16 

599.6 

996 



Oysters, preserved pub. health 

zoology 
Ozocerite economic geology 

Ozone chemistry 

hygiene 
Pachyderms zoology 
' Pacific Islands, Polynesia, hist. 

travel 919.6 
physical geography 551.465 

979 
979 

239-05 
945-3 
914.53 
618.9 

591.163 

722 

ago 

394-5 

65536 

628.42 



ocean 

' slope, U. S. history 

* states " " 

Paddock lectures apologetics 
' Padua history 

travels 
Paediatrics medicine 
Paedogenesis zoology 
Pagan architecture 
Paganism 

Pageants customs 

Paging machines printing 
Pail system sanitation 



Pailleron, Edouard French drama 842.87 



612.884 
614.971 

571.72 
7294 

927-5 

750 

698.x 



Pain sense physiology 

Painless extinction of animal life 

Paint, prehistoric 

Painted decoration arch. dec. 

Painters* lives 

Painting fine art 

house, sig^, etc. 
Paintings, collections of, galleries 708 
engravings from 750 

Paints cheni. technology 667.6 

Palaces architecture 7^8.3 

of rulers arch. 725.17 

' Palatinate, Upper, Germany hist. 943.34 
^Paleography English language 421.7 

inscriptions 417 

Paleolithic age prehistoric arch. 571.1 



Paleontology 
' Palermo 

Palestine 



Palestrina 



history 
travels 

ancient history 
modern " 
pre-Judaic history 
travels 
sacred music 



* Pali language 

Palimpsests rare mss. 

Palingenesis 

Palladium 

Palladius 

Pallium 



560 

945.8 

914-5^ 

933 
956.9 

939-45 
915.69 

783-4 

491 -3 
091 

129.4 

546.98 

839S824 

247.6 



metaphysics 

inorganic chemistry 

Danish miscellany 

sacred ornaments 
Palm, J. H. van der Dutch essays 839.3451 
Palmoe botany 5^4-5 

Palmieri, Matteo Italian essays 854.22 

Palmistry magic *33-6 

Superior flg^ures refer to the tables at tho 



end of this index. 

(524) 





INDEX Otfried 






Parliamentaxy 


Palmyra ancient history 


939.43 


Paradise primitive home of race 572.4 


Paludan-Miiller, F. Danish poetry 839.8167 


theology 


236.6 


Pamphlets mis. collections 


040 


Paradisi, Agostino Italian poetry 


851.61 


preservation of 


025.4 


Paraffin chem. technology 


665.4 


on special topics see subject 




Paraffins organic chemistry 


547.21 


Pamphylia ancient history 


939.29 


Paraffining building material 


691.2 


Panaetius Greek philosophers 


188.4 


' Paraguay history 


989 


' Panama history 


986 


Parallax, lunar astronomy 


523.31 


Pananti, Filippo Italian satire 


857.67 


practical " 


522.91 


Pancreas anatomy 


611.37 


solar ** 


523.9« 


diseases of 


616.37 


stellar " 


523.81 


physiology 


612.34 


terrestrial " 


525.16 


Pancreatic fluid " 


612.34 


Parallel forces physics 


531.24 


secretions animals 


591.143 


lines geometry 


513.13 


Pancreatine aids to digestion 


615.7342 


perspective descr. geom. 


515.61 


Panda nex botany 


584.61 


planes geometry 


513.33 


Pandects Roman law 


349.375 


Parallelism Scripture 


220.88 


Panelled construction carpentry 


694.5 


Paralysis diseases 


616.842 


Panels, carved, arch, decoration 


729.56 


Parasites, animal diseases 


616.96X 


painted " " 


729.46 


of animals animal hyg. 


614.92 


Panics, commercial political ecoru 


332 


pathology of animals 


591.2 


^Panjabi language 


491.42 


plants 


581.23 


Pannonia ancient history 


939.86 


vegetable diseases 


616.969 


Panopticon prison system 


365 


Parasitic animals 


591.69 


Pantheism natural theology 


212 


diseases dernnatology 


616.57 


philosophy 


147 


pathology 


616.96 


Pantheon architecture 


722.7 


public health 


614.5s 


Pantomimes music 


782.9 


plants 


581.69 


Panzacchi, Enrico Italian essays 


854.88 


Parchment paper making 


676 


Papacy eccles. polity 


262.13 


Parenchymatous absorption phys. 


612.388 


Papal bulls ecclesiastical polity 


262 


Parent and child law 


347.6 


conclaves ** ** 


262.13 


Parents ethics 


173.5 


infallibility " 


262.13 


Parian chronicle Arundel marbles 


481.7 


States, Italy history 


945.6 


Greek history 


938 


supremacy, Italian ** 


94503 


Parietales botany 


583.12 


Papaveraceae botany 


583.122 


Parini, Guiseppe Italian satire 


857.64 


Paper covers library books 


025.7 


* Paris, France history 


944.36 


hanging trade 


698.6 


travels 


914.436 


in books publishing 


655.53 


congress of, 1856 intern, law 341.1 


manufacture 


676 


expositions 


606 


mills architecture 


725-46 


Parish care of sick, fallen, etc. 


258 


money 


332.5 


ecclesiastical polity 


262.2 


roofing building 


695.7 


government England 


352.0423 


Paphlagonia ancient history 


939-31 


law 


352 


* Papua history 


995 


libraries 


027.8 


Papular affections of skin 


616.51 


missions theology 


269 


Papyrus manuscripts 


091 


work, societies for 


256 


' Parables English literature 


828 


Park buildings architecture 


725.76 


New Testament 


226.8 


Parks hygiene 


613-75 


Parabola analytical geometry 


516.25 


of ground 


614.783 


geometry 


513-25 


public, landscape gardening 


711 


Paraboloid analytical geometry 


516.45 


local government 


352.7 


Parabosco, Girolamo Italian fiction 


' 853.45 


Parliament constitutional law 


342.42 


Paracelsus mediaeval philos. 


189.5 


England 


328.4a 


Paradise, garden of Eden, Bible geog 


. 220.91 


houses of arch. 


725.11 


Genesis 


222.11 


Parliamentary blue books 


328.424 



Topics in black face type are sub-divided. Superior 

end of this index. 



fissures refer to tbe tables at the 





INDEX 














35196 


Pastoral letters 


»S2.I 


debates 


3=8.422 


poetry English lit. 


821.06 


liw 


3^.1 


theology 


150 


praclice, leRis. bodies 328. t 


visitations 


253 


reform England 


328.42 


Pastors ecclesiastical polity aCi.i 


Parlor magic 


793 


' Patagonia history 


983 


pastimes 


793 


Patent blocks printing 


655.21 




182.3 


law law 


347.7 


Parnell, T. English [ioetry 


821.52 


patents 


608 


Parny. E. U. D. French poetry 


84.. 57 


medicines adulterations 


6' 4 353 


Parochial libraries 


027.8 


State control 


614,27 


school, and libraries 


257 


types printing 


655-^3 


education 


377-5 


Patents building 


690.8 


> Parodies Bnglish literature 


Iter 


useful arts 


6o3 


Parquetry floors and flooring 


721.66 


Pathological anatomy, study of dis. 


616.078 


Parricide criminal law 


343 


Pathology botany 


58i.a 


Far rots loology 


598.7 


medicine 


S16 


I'arstc dualism Christian heresies 


273-' 


mental 


13" 


Parseeism. Parsecs 


295 


of labor 


618.5 


Paiseval Grandmai^on. K. A. 




pregnancy 


618.3 


French poetry 


84.. 63 


puerperal state 


618.7 


'Parsing English grammar 


4as" 


loology 


591.2 


I'-.sis 


295 


Patience ethics 


179-9 


Part songs vocal music 


784.8 


Patriarchal institutions pol. scienc 


321.1 




S8...62 


Patriarchs of Bible lives 


330.93 


.oology 


59'- 16= 


Patricide law 


343 


Parthenon architectuie 


722.8 


Patriotism ethics 


173-1 


Parthia ancient history 


935.6 


Patriots' lives 


«^ 


' Particles English etymology 


422.9 


Patristic philosophers' lives 


931.9 


» syntax 


425-9 


philosophy 


189.3 


Parties, political 


3»9 


theology 


330.1 


social 


793 


Patronage ethics 


•77-S 


Paninglon.Mrs, Ainericanhumor 


8I7.34 


Paul I. Russian history 


947-07 


Parli>ani.ar(are military science 


355 


Paulding, J. K. American humor 


817.23 


Partnership lavf 


347-7 


Pauper asylums 


362.5 


Parturition obstetrics 


6.8.4 


architecture 


725-55 


Pariyconventions, polit. science 


3^9 


labor 


33' 6 


fediny in religion, use of 


2S0 


Pauperism 


339 


Paruta, Paolo Italian essays 


854-47 


and illiteracy, pub. schools37{^23 


Parzival legends 


39S.i 


Pavements road engineering 


625.8 


■ Pas de Calais, France history 


944.27 


sanitation 


638.47 


Passavanii.Jao.]!.. Italian essays 


8S4-.2 




332-34 


Paaseroni, G. C. " satire 


857.62 


Pealmdyfund, ei^ucation 


373-75 


Passiflorales botany 


5834s 


Peace and war ethics 


172.4 


PasfJHorcac 


583-456 


jubilee Koslon 


780.973 


Passion music 


78J-3 


society international ethics 


172.4 


plays English literature 


833,1 


Peaches agriculture 


634 


general history 


809.3 


Peacock. T. I,. I-nglish fiction 


823.76 


Oberaminergau the a 


. 793 


Pearls precious stones 


553-8 


religion 


244 


Pears agriailltire 


634 


Pissionists nionaslicorders 


271.6 


Peasantry political economy 


33' -8 


Pasiions philosopliy 


'57 


Peasants' war. German history 


94303' 


Pastel lira wing 


741 


Peat economic geology 


S53-2* 


Pasteurism prolettive inoculation 614,477 


fuel chem. tech 


662.6 


Pastou letters. English history 


942.04 


domestic econ. 


^ 


literature 


826.3 


Pedagogics 


371 



INDEX 



Pedalineae botany 583-85 

Pedata zoology 593-97 

Pedersen, Kristiern, Danish miscel. 839.8821 



Pedestals 
Pedestrianism 

Pedigrees 
Pediments 



architectural design 729.32 

796 

ethics 175.7 

genealogy 929.2 

arch, construction 721.86 

design 729-37 

walls 721.28 

Pedubaptism 265.1 

' Peebles, Scotland history 941.46 

Peerage heraldry 929.7 

^ Pehlevi language 491-53 

' Peking, China history 95i'i 

travels 9'5-ii 

Pelagianism heresies 273.5 

Pelasgian architecture 722.6 

'Pelew Islands history 996.6 

Pellico, Silvio, Italian drama 852.72 

Peloponnesian war Greek history 938.05 



Peloponnesus, ancient history 
* modern 

Pels, Andries, Dutch drama 
Pelvis anatomy 

diseases of women 

surgery 
' Pembroke, Wales history 
Penaeaceae botany 
Penal colonies, criminal law 

law 
Penance theology 

Pencils writing materials 

Pendulum apparatus geodesy 
operations " 

physics 
Peninsular war Spanish history 
Penis anatomy 

diseases of 



938.6 

949*5 
839.3242 

611.96 

618.13 

617.56 

942.99 

583-934 
343-2 

343 

265.6 

652 
526.72 

526.73 

531 -53 
946.06 

611.64 

616.66 



Penitential music, cathedral services 783.27 



Penitentiaries 

architecture 
Penmanship 

' Pennsylvania, U. S. history 
Penology criminal law 

Pensions, army and navy 

civil service 

teacher's 

Penstocks sewer appurtenances 628.257 
Pentateuch Bible 222.x 

People's party, U. S. politics 



365 
725.61 

652 

974.8 

343-2 

351-5 

351-5 

371-17 



Peperino 

Pepper 

Pepsin 

Perception 



economic geology 
adulterations 
aids to digestion 
materia mcdica 



329.84 

55358 
614.314 

6157342 

615-35 



^ Parliamentary 


Personal 


Percussion caps explosives 662.4 


instruments music 


789 


diagnosis 


616.074 


Perez, Antonio, Spanish letters 


866.32 


Perfection ethics 


171-3 


Perfectionists sects 


289.9 


Perforating telegraphs 


654-3 


tools 


621.95 



Perfumery 



Pericardium 

Peridotite 

Perigee 



chemical technology 668.5 
toilet 646 

anatomy 6ii.fi 

Plutonic rocks 552-38 

moon 523.33 

Peringskjold, Johan Swedish misc. 839.7833 
Period of decline physiology 612.67 

full development phys. 6x2.66 
revolution earth 525.31 

Periodical clubs self education 374-2 

Periodicals, general 050 

* on special to])ics see subject 
Periosteum, dental, dis. of dentistry 617.63 

diseases 616.71 

Peripatetic philosophers 185 

Peritoneum, admin, of medicine by 615.66 

anatomy 

diseases of 
Peritonitis diseases 

obstetrics 
Periuterine diseases of women 
Perjury law 

Perkinism cures 

Permutation arithmetic 
Peronosporeae botany 
Perpetual motion 
Perrault, C: French fiction 
Persecutions theology 
Perseverance of the saints 
Persia ancient history 

* modern " 
travels 

Persian architecture 

ancient 
^Persian language 

* old 
philosophers 
wars Greek history 

Persius Flaccus, Aulus, Latin satire 877.4 
Person of Christ doctrinal theol. 232 
Personal equation machine, astron. 522.54 

practical 



611.38 
616.38 
616.38 
618.73 
618.13 

343 
615.856 

S11.5 

589-25 
531.8 

843-47 
272 

2349 

935-5 

955 

9' 5-5 

723-3 
722.5 

491-55 

491-51 

181.5 

938-03 



<i 



hygiene 
liberty 
names 
narratives 

property 



522.97 
613 

347.1 
929.4 



medicine 

Eng. law 

etymology 

Amer. civil war 973.78 

autobiography 920 

English law 347-3 

at the 



152 

Topics in black face type are sub-divided. Superior figures refer to the tables 

end of this index. 

(527) 



Personal religion 34S 

rights 347.1 

taxation, political economy 336.23 

PersoDBles botany 583-8 

Personality dogmatics ^H-d 

metaphysics iz6 

Persons, disinfection cotitag. dis. 614,48 

Perspective descrip. geometry 515.C 

driwing 741 

effect arch, design 719.15 

linear 515.6. 
projections geodesy 526.81 

Feraplration Iherapeatics 615,743 

Persuasion Ic^c 168 

'Perth, Scotland history 94'.3' 

PerticaH, Giulio Italian essays 854.6S 

Perturbations earth 5*5.34 

of heavetily bodies 531.4 

Peru admiDistration SH-^S 

antiquities 913.85 

architecture 720.985 

botany 581985 

finance 33'^85 

' history 9S5 

maps 91 2.85 

schools 379-85 

travel 9T8.5 

treaties 34"-285 

Peruvian ancient architecture 722.9 

'Peshito language 4g3>3 

Pessimism philosophy 149.6 

Pestaloiiian ^ystti.i -I t;tlTJcalion 371.44 

Peslifuges museums 579-82 

Pestilences public health 614.49 

Pests agriculture 632 

in museums 579.81 

Petards military engineering 623.2 

Peter, St. I. epistle 227.92 

II. " 227.93 

the Great Russian history 947.05 

Peters, 5. Andrew Am. humor 817.15 
Petersen, N. M. Danish essays S39.S461 

Petition, right of Eng. const, hist. 342.429 

Petitions administration 35'. 97 

Petralogjr lilhology 55a 
Pelrarca, Francescu Italian poetry 851.18 
Petri, Laurelius Swedish " 839.7122 

Petrifaction, paleontology 560 

Petrography 55a 

Petroleum chemical technology 665.5 

economic geology 553.28 

mineral 549.8 

Petrology geology 553 

Topic* In black face type ara sub-dlvldFil. 
end or t 



Pelroniui Arbiter Ijitin satire 877.J 
Pculiiigerian tables anc. geog. 913 
Pfafle Amis, Der German satire 837.21 
Phidrus Latin poetry 871.6 
Phagedxna diseases 616.941 
Phalaris Greek letters 886.3 
Phanerogam! a botany 581 
Pharmacists' registration State con- 
trol of 614,24 
Pharmacopalal drugs adulterations 614.351 
Pharmacopceias materia medica 615.11 
Pharmacy ccoii. botany 581.63 

practical materia med. 615^ 

Pharyngobranchii fishes 597.1 

Pharynx anatomy 61 1 .32 

diseases of 616.31 

Phases of moon 523.32 

Phedo Greek philosophers 183.7 

Phenanthtene organic chemistry 547.28 

Phenicia ancient history 939-44 

' modern " 956.9 

Phenician architecture 722.3 

' language 4gaA 

philosophers 181,8 

Phenols organic chemistry 547.3 

Phenomena in labor obstetrics 61S.43 
nutritive, physiology 611,39 

vital 577 

Phi Beta Kappa 37185 

'Philadelphia, Penn. history 974.811 

travel* 917.481 1 

Philanthropists* lives 9*3-8 

Philanthropy ethics 177.7 

Philately postage stamps 383 

Philemon epistles 217.86 

Philharmonics, societies 7S0.6 

Philip I. French history 944.022 

n. " " 944-023 

III- " " 944-024 

IV. •■ - 944-0*4 

V- " " 944-o*4 

VI. " " 944.025 

Philip German history 943.015 

Philip II. Spanish " 946.04 

HI. " " 946.051 

IV. " " 946.051 

V- " " 946.055 

Philippians epistles 227.6 

' Philippine Islands history 991-4 
Philip's, king, war, New Eng. history 974 

Philistines ancient history 939>45 

Phillips, Wendell Amer.oratory 815.34 

Philo Greek philosophers 186*4 

Philologists' lives gj^ 

Philology ^00 

classical 470-489 
Supsrlor llBur*! refer to the tabtoa Mt th* 





INDEX Per«m«! 






Hcts 


Philoptogcniiiveneu phrenology 


'39 


Photometries optics 


535-»- 


zoology 


59' -56 




522.61 


Pbilotophers' lives 


gai- 


Photo-zincogtaphy 


776 


Fhilosophet's itone alchemy 


S40.I 


' Phrase books English language 


418.1- 


Philosophical apparatus 


530-7 


Phrenologists' lives 


920.9 


classification of know 


. 112 


Phrenology 


"39 


instrument m»king 


681 


Phrygia ancient history 


939.26 


maga lines 


'05 


Phthisis lung diseases 


616.246 


Eystems 


140 


public health 


614.541 


Philosophy 




Phyllite lithology 


552-44 


biography ot 


t»t 


Phyllopoda zoology 


595-3* 


oatural 


S30 


Physical aBtronomy 


513 


' of special topics see subje 


t 


capacity of women educ 


376.1 


Philyd races botany 


584.3s 




136-6 


Phlebitis pueipeialdiseases 


6[8.77 


education hygiene 


6,3.7 


Phlegmasia dolens " 


618.77 


school " 


37 '-7 




540.1 


geography 


S5M 


Phocis ancient history 


938.3 


geology 


55' 


Phoenicia 


939.44 


laboratories architecture 


727.4 


' , modern " 


956.9 


properUes of blood phy 


. e1a.1t 


Phxnician architecture 


712.3 


crystals 


548-8 


lM>EU«ge 


401.6 


sciences 


500 


philosophers 


i8:.8 




Phonetic shoit-liaiiii 


653 


theory of music 


78i.t 


» spelling Knglishlanguag 


4St^ 


units physics 


530-8 


Phonid elementary educatio 


373-4 


Physicians, ethics 


174.2 


Phonograph acoostics 


534-86 


lives of 




Phonography 


653 


registration, state cont. ot 614.14 


Phonolite lithology 


5SJ.36 


Physics 


530 


Phonology 


4t4 


molecular 


53S 




63' 




'38 


econ. geology 


553.64 


Physiography 


S5I-4 


mineralogy 


549.72 


Physiological acoustics 


534-7 




535-3 


botany 


581 




59' -59 


chemistry 


612.01 




614.728 


optics 


535-7 


inorganic chemistry 


546. t8 


lOSlogy 


5CI 


materia medica 


615.218 


PhyBiolonr 


6ia 


non-metallic poisons 


615.924 


animal 


mt.i 


Photo-electroiypiiig 


777 


mental 


'3' 


Photo-engraving 


777 


of labor obstetrics 


618.4 


Photogra|ihic chemistry 


771 


pregnancy 


6i8.»i 


meih.itl. i,;,i,f,its of Venus 5*3.95 


puerperal sute 


618.6 


Pbotogra4>hs, collections of 


779 


vegetable 


5S1.1 


of animals in motion 




Phytogrsphy, dese. botanj- 


580 


art anatomy 743 


Phytolaccaceae, botany 


583.9' S 


loSlogy 


59' -47 


Piano and organ 


786 


comets 


513-69 


music 


786.4 




5^3-39 


I'icartl. L. r.. French drama 


842.67 


planets 


523.49 


' Picardy, France hismry 


944.16 


sun 


5*379 


Piccolo musical instrument 


788.5 


Photogiaphy 


770 


Piccolomini, Alessandro, tal. «=say 


854^ 


astronomy 


5"-63 


Picenum ancien hJiiory 


937-4 


optics 


535.85 


Pictorial art line arts 


700 




775 


PIctS antJciii history 


936 


Photometric observations stars 


5^3-32 


Scottish " 


941-01 


Topic! In umck (mw tfpe sn anb-dWIdiHt. 


BaperloT IlKnns »(*r to the t>ble 


■ at til* 




(s 


Ulndu. 
Z9) 





Picture 
Poisoned 

Picture galleries 
Picturesque beauty aesthetics 
views and tours 
* Piedmont, Italy history 
Pierce, F., presidency of 
Pierpont, J. American poetry 
Piers arch, construction 

design 
bridges 



INDEX 



708 
701 
•910 

945.1 

973-6 
811.26 
721.3 
729.32 
624.1 

river and harbor eng. 627.3 
Pietists heresies 273.7 

Piety, practical 240 

Pigeons zoology 598.6 

Pigmentary changes dermatology 616.55 
Pigments chemical tech. 667.6 

inspec. of, adulterations 614.37 
Pigmies, human 573-8 



Pigs 
Pilasters 



domestic animals 636.4 

arch, construction 721.86 

design 729.32 

carved arch, decor. 729.57 



Pile driving 
Piles 



painted 



i« 



i( 



diseases 
foundations 
sand foundations 
Pilgrim fathers, M ass. h istory 



Pilgrimages 
Pilocarpine 
Pilot 
Pilots 

Pindar 



729.47 

624.1 

616.35 

721.16 

721.16 

974.48 

248 

615-743 

347-7 

614.866 

656 

884.5 

827.65 



religious 
therapeutics 
laws 

protection of life 
seamanship 
Greek poetry 
Pindar, Peter English satire 
Pindemonte, Ippolito, Italian poetry 851.63 

Pineapple agriculture 634 

botany 584.22 

Pines ** 585.2 

Pinnipeds mammals 599-7 

Pioneers* lives 9239 

Piperaceae botany 583925 
Pipes, elephant American antiquities 91 3.73 

hydraulics 532-54 
on houses, sewer ventilation 628.234 

prehistoric archaeology 571 26 

sewer 628.22 

steam heating 62r.i9 

waterworks 628.15 

Piracy history 910.4 

law 343 

Pirates' lives 910.4 

Piron, Alexis French drama 842.55 

Pisa, Guido da, Italian fiction 853. 13 

■Pisa history 945-5 

travels 914-55 

Pisciculture business 639 



721.23 

939-27 
851.16 

621.61 

621.65 



Pis^ walls 

Pisidia ancient historv 

Pistoia, Cino da Italian poetry 
Piston blowers mechanical eng. 

pumps engineering 
Pit dwellings prehist. archaeology 571.82 
' Pitcairns Island history 997 

travels 919-7 

Pitcher plants, botany 583. 121 

Pitchstone lithology 552.23 

Pitillas, Jorge, Spanish satire 867.41 

Pitt, W:,earl of Chatham, Eng. oratory 825.61 



Pitt,W:, 1759-1806 
Pittosporeae botany 
' Pittsburg, Pa., history 
travels 



i< 



Pius IV. 
Placenta 



Placers 



Plade, Peder 

Plagiarism 

Plague 



creed 
obstetrics 
removal in labor 
retention in " 
economic geology 
Places, names of 

etymology 
Placoids paleontology 

zoology 

Danish miscellany 
literary methods 
diseases 

Plagues, history of public health 
Plain song cathedral music 
Plains of the moon astronomy 

physical geography 
Plan architec. design 

Planche, J. B. G. French essays 
Plane geometry 

inclined physics 
loci analytical geom. 
of orbit in space astron. 
perspective 
trigonometry 
Planes analytical geometry 

descriptive 
geometry 



it 



825.66 

583-14' 
974.886 

917.4886 
238.2 
618.36 
618.87 
618.56 

553-13 
929.4 

929-4 
567.3 

597.3 
839.8824 

029 

616.923 

614.49 

783.25 
52334 

551.45 
729.2 

844-73 

5131 

531-85 

5x6.1 

521.21 

515.61 

514-5 
516.32 

515.11 
513-1 



inclined canal eng. 626.5 



Topics In black face type are sub-divided. Superior flg^ures 

end of this index. 

(530) 



modern geometry 

solid " 

Planetarium descript. astronomy 
Planetary system, constitution of 
Planets descript. astron. 

distributive laws 

maps and observ. 

mutual action 

non-sphericity 

theoretical astronomy 521.5 
Planimetry surveying 526.97 

Planing machines mechanical eng. 621.91 

refer to the table* at thm 



513-5' 

51331 

523.28 

523.25 

5234 

523.21 

524.4 
521.41 

521.43 



INDEX 



Planisphere astronomy 522.78 

Plans for building 692 

libraries library buildings 022.3 



of cities maps 
Plantagenets English history 

Irish 
Plantagineae botany 
Plantation songs 
Planting agriculture 

Plants 

and animals differences 

classification of 

gardening 

geological agents 

landscape gardening 

nature-printing from 

paleontology 
Plaster building material 
casts sculpture 



912 
942.03 

941.53 
583.899 

784.7 

631 

580 

577.5 
580.1 

716.1 

551.97 
710 

65537 
561 

691.5 
730 



ceilings architec. construe. 721.75 



of Paris agriculture 631 

art 731 

Plastering masonry 693-6 

Plastic surgery 617.95 

Platanacese botany 583.971 

Plate carving 736 

domestic economy 645 

glass manufacture 666. r 

insurance 368.6 

manufacture 671 

Plated ware " 671 

Platen Hallermiinde Ger. poetry 831.68 

Plating books, library economy 025.2 

Platinum inorganic chemistry 546.92 

Plato ancient philosophy 184. i 

Greek literature 888.4 

idealism 141 

Platonic philosophy 184 

Platonists, new 186 

* Piatt Deutsch language 439*4 

literature 839.4 

Plautus Latin drama 872.3 

Play or amusement hygiene 613.74 

Players* lives 927.92 

Playing cards 795 

Playright 655.62 

' Plays English drama 822 

mystery history 809.2 

religion 244 

theatre 792 

parlor amusements 793 

Pleading 347-92 

Pleasure 157 

Plectral stringed instruments 787 

Pleiocene period geology 55*.7S3 

Pleura anatomy 611.25 

Topics In black face type are sub-dlvlded. Superior flg^ures 

end of this Index. 

(S3') 



Pleura, diseases of 
Pleurisy diseases 

Pleuro-pneumonia cattle disease 

diseases 
Pliny Latin letters 

Plong, Carl Danish poetry 
Plot of 1604-6, English history 

1679 " " 

Plotinus Greek philosophers 

Plotting surveying 

Plow agriculture 

Plumbagineae botany 
Plumbago economic geology 

Plumbing 

house drainage 

laws 
Plurality of worlds astronomy 
Plutarch Greek literature 

philosophers 
Plutology polit. econ. 
Plutonic rocks lithology 
* Plymouth Co., Mass. history 
Plymouth brethren sects 
Pneumatic aspiration therapeutics 615.815 



Picture 
Poisoned 

616.25 
616.25 
619.2 
616.241 
876.2 
839.8168 
942.061 
942.066 
186.4 
526.96 
631 

583.671 
55326 
696 
628.6 
696.9 

523-13 
888.8 

186.2 
330 

552.3 . 
974.48 
289.9 



<i 



differentiation 

tubes communication 

Pneumatics 

Pneumatology metaphysics 

Pneumonia diseases 

Podostemaceae botany 

Poe, Edgar Allan American poetry 811.32 

Poetical books of Bible 223 

* selections, £ng. literature 821.08 



615.836 
654.8 

533 

128 

616.241 
583.921 



K 



<< 



II 



Poetry, Amer. civil war 
' English literature 

French 
German 
Greek 

humorous Eng. lit. 
Italian literature 
Latin " 

macaronic Eng. lit. 
philosophy of 
sacred hymnology 

satirical Eng. lit. 
Spanish literature 
other literature see table 5 
Poets* lives 

English 
French 
German 
Italian 
Spanish 
Pointed architecture 
Points modern geometry 

Poisoned wounds surgery 



973-79 
821 

841 

831 
881 

827 

851 

871 

827 

808.1 

245 
827 

861 

928 

928.21 

928.41 

928.31 

928.51 

928.61 

7*35 

513-51 
617.148 



refer to the tables at the 



Poisonous 


INDEX 




Poultry 








Poisonous cosmetics adulterations 


614.355 


Political sermons 


252.6 


secretion animals 


591.145 


status of woman 


396.3 


Poisons chemical analysis 


543.5 


Politicians' lives 


923.2 


effects of diseases 


616.97 


Politics, American 


329. 


medical jurisprudence 


340.6 


British 


329.942 


sale of State control 


614.28 


morals of 


172.1 


therapeutics 


615.9 


Polity, ecclesiastical 


262 


vegetable economic botany 58 1 .69 


Poliziano, Angelo Italian drama 


852.22 


* Poitou, France history 


944.6 


poetry 


851.24 


Poker amusements 


795 


Polk, J. K., presidency of 


973-6 


ethics 


175-5 


Polka piano music 


786.44 


* Polabian language 


491.89 


Poll-tax political economy 


336.25 


"Poland history 


943-8 


Pollen fertilization 


581.3 


insurrection of hist. 


947.07 


Pollution, air, by cemeteries 


614.652 


4 language 


491.85 


public health 


614.7 


literature 


891.85 


water by cemeteries 


614.651 


partition of " 


947.06 


supply of towns 


628.16 


* Russian history 


947.5 


Polo amusements 


797 


Polar projections descriptive geom 


•515-54 


Polonaise piano music 


786.44 


' regions, antarctic history 


999 


Polyandry customs 


392.6 


travel 


919.9 


ethics 


173.2 


* arctic history 


998 


Polycarpeae botany 


583- '55 


travel 


919.8 


Polychromatic ornament 


747 


Polariscope optics 


535-5 


Polycystina zoology 


593.H 


Polarity in rocks geology 


551.84 


Polyedrons geometry 


513.34 


Polarization of light astronomy 


522.65 


Polygalex botany 


583- '43 


chemistry 


544-7 


Polygalineae *' 


583.14 


optics 


535-5 


Polygamy criminal law 


343 


Polars modern anal. geom. 


516.55 


customs 


392.6 


geometry 


5»3-55 


ethics 


173-2 


Polemic sermons 


252.2 


hygiene 


613.89 


theology 


230 


Mormonism 


298 


Polemoniacese, botany 


583.761 


Polyglot Bibles 


22a5 


Polemoniales " 


583.76 


Polygonaceae botany 


583.9'7 


Poles modern anal. geom. 


5'6.55 


Polygoneutic variations animals 


59i.'54 


geometry 


5'3-55 


Polygons geometry 


513.16 


telegraph communication 


654.4 


Polygraphy special libraries 


080 


Police, local gov. 


352.2 


* see subject for topical collections 


measures administration 


351.74 


Polyhedra geometry 


513.34 


medical State control 


614.29 


Polymorphic variations animals 


591. 151 


sanitary administration 


35' -77 


Polymorphism crystallography 


548.3 


stations architecture 


725.18 


' Polynesia history 


996 


Polish chemical technology 


667.7 


languages 


499 


^ Polish language 


491.85 


travels 


919.6 


literature 


891.85 


Polypetalae botany 


583.1 


Polishing painting 


698.3 


Polyphonic school music 


783.4 


Politeness ethics 


177.1 


Polyps zoology 


593.6 


etiquet 


395 


Polypus diseases 


616.992 


Political associations 


3^3 


Polytheism 


290 


economists' lives 


923.3 


Polyzoa zoology 


594.7 


economy 


330 


* Pomerania. Germany history 


943.16 


ethics 


172. 1 


r*omology agriculture 


634 


history Amer. civil war 


973-7' 


Pompeii description 


9'3-377 


organizations 


363 


Pompey's pillar Egyptian antiquitie 


»9'3.3» 


parties 


329 


monuments 


718 


science 


320 


Pompignan, J. J. de F., French poetr 


y 841.53 



Voplc* In black face type are sab-dlvided. Superior flf^nres refer to the tablet al the 

end of this index. 

(532) 



INDEX 



Ponds, artificial landscape garden. 
Ponies students* honor 

Ponsard, Fran9ois French drama 
Pontederiacese, botany 
Pontifical States Italian history 
Pontificate, Roman eccles. polity 



7M 
371.81 

S42.82 

584-34 
945.6 

262.13 



Pontoppidan, Erik Dan. miscellany 839.8841 



Pontus 

Poolselling 

Poor-houses 



laws 



ancient history 

ethics 

architecture 

asyl urns 

pauperism 

local government 

pauperism 



rates 
Poot, H. C. 
Pope, A. 



Dutch poetry 
English •• 

satire 
Popery ecclesiastical polity 

Popes church history 

lives 
Popham colony Maine history 
Popish plot, 1679 English history 
Poppy botany 

Popular ballads 

delusions 

education public 

elections suffrage 

errors 

lectures 

science 



939-33 

1759 

725-55 

362.5 

339 

352-9 

339 
336-28 

839-3142 
821.53 

827.55 

262.13 

282 

922.2 

974.1 

942.066 

583.122 

784.4 

133 
379 
324 



133 

self-education 374.5 

500 

summer schools self-educ. 374.6 
tumults public order 351.752 



Population 
Porcelain 



statistics 312 

738 

chemical technology 666.5 



Portland cement manufacture 

vase pottery 
' Porto Rico history 
Portrait painting 
Portraits, catalogues of 

collections of painting 

engraved 
Ports, establishment of tides 

* Portsmouth, Eng. history 

travels 
' Portugal history 

travel 

* Portuguese language 

literature 
Romanesque arch. 

Portulaceae botany 

' Posen, Germany history 

Posidonius Greek philosophers 



Poisonous 
Poultry 

666.9 

738 
972.95 
757 
757 

757 
769 

525.64 

942.27 

914.227 

946.9 

914.69 

469 

869 

723.46 

583.156 

943-13 
188.5 



Position, calculus of analyt. geom. 516.8 



of body in orbit astron. 
space 
orbit 
Positivism philosophy 
Posology materia medica 



« 



(( 



521.23 

521.24 

521.22 

146 

615.14 



Post mortem examinations pathol. 616.079 



Post-Nicene apostolic church 
ofiice administration 

dep't U. S. admin, 
ofiices architecture 

sociology 
pliocene period geology 
Postage-stamps 
Postal service 

telegraph 



painting 738 

Porifera zoology 593-4 

Pork packing air pollution 614.743 

trichinae public health 614.562 

Porosity properties of solids 539.2 

Porous terra construction building 693.4 

Porphyrite lithology 552-31 

Porphyry Greek philosophers 186.4 

Porphyry economic geology 553.56 

lithology 552.31 

Port Royal heresy 273.7 

persecutions 272.5 

Porta, G. della, Italian drama 852.45 

Portable engines mechan. eng. 621.15 

observatories astron. 522.15 

Portents 133.3 

Porter, Jane English fiction 823.75 

Noah Amer. philosophers 191 .6 

Porter's lodges architecture 728.91 

Portland cement economic geology 553.68 



Postl, K. 

Postludes 

Posts 

Pot-pourris 

Potash 

Potassium 

Potato 



281.4 

35'-8i6 

353-4 
725.16 

383 

551-79 

383 

383 

384 

833-74 
786.85 

694-4 
785.9 



German fiction 

organ music 

carpentry 

orchestral music 

chemical technology 661.3 

inorganic chemistry 546.32 

agriculture 633 

botany 583.79 

disease agriculture 632 

botany 581.21 

Potential statical electricity 537.21 

Potentials of ellipsoids geodesy 526.11 

' Potenza, Italy history 945-77 

Potgieter, E. J. Dutch essays 839.3453 

Potter, Dire ** poetry 839.3115 

Potters* clays, economic geology 553-61 

Pottery art 738 

manufacture 666.3 

pointing 738 

prehistoric 57 '-55 

works architecture 725.48 

Poultry, diseases of 619.3 

Topics in black face type are sub-divided. Superior figures refer to the tables at the 

end of this index, 

(533) 



Poultry 
Projectiles 

Poultry domestic animals 

Poverty pauperism 

Powder, baking adulterations 

chemical technol. 
gun manufactures 
manufacture 

protective external agents 
Power of removal civil service 
transmission of 



INDEX 



636.5 

339 

614-315 
664.6 

662.3 

662.3 

615.776 

351-92 
621. 8 



Powers, separation of, Englisn gov. 354.4202 



French 

German 

U.S. 



<i 



tt 



u 



Practical astronomy 
chemistry 
mining 



354.4402 
354-4302 

35302 

522 

6222 



pharmacy materia medica 6 1 5.4 



religion 
sermons 

Practice of medicine 

* Prague history 

travels 

Prairies physical geography 

Praise meetings public worship 

^ Prakrit language 

Pram, K. H. Danish poetry 

Prati, Giovanni Italian " 

Prato, Giovanni da " fiction 

Prayer-books, Anglican 
church ritual 
family 

gauge natural theology 217 

Lord's Gospels 226.9 

meetings 264.7 

natural theology 217 

of Manasses, Apocrypha 229.6 

private personal relig. 248 



240 

2524 
616 

94371 

9M-37I 

551.58 

264.2 

491.2 

839.8155 

851.78 

85325 
264.03 

264.1 

249 



<t 



922 
251 

573-3 
929.7 

522.95 
521.9 

669.2 
549 



Pregnancy obstetrics 

pathology of 
Prehistoric archaeology 

man, nat. hist, of ix\^ 
Prelacy ecclesiastical polity 

Preludes organ music 

Preordination, doctrinal theology 
Preparatory schools, private 
' Prepositions English etymology 
Pre-Raphselitism 
Presages 

Presbyter ministry 

Presbyterian orders in ministry 
Presbyterians 

lives 
Presbytery ecclesiastical polity 
Prescience Divine attribute 
Prescription-writing materia medica 61 5.1 4 
Presentations in labor obstetrics 618.42 
Preservation of fruits, vegetables 664.8 

meat and fish 664.9 

Preservatives building 691 

zoolog. collections 579.2 

641 

354.4403 
35303 



618.2 
6x8.3 

571 
573 
262.12 

786.83 

2349 

373 
422.9 

759-9 

^333 
262.14 

262.18 

285 

922.5 

262.4 

2314 



Preserving 
President 



Preachers' lives 

Preaching 

Pre-Adamites 

Precedence heraldry 

Precession practical astronomy 

theoretical 
Precious metals metallurgy 

mineralogy 
stones economic geology 553.8 

mineralogy 549 

Precipitation disposal of sewage 628.34 

practical chemistry 542.6 

Predestination doctrinal theology 234.9 

Predicting machines tides 525.68 

Predictions ^33-3 

Preemption state land 336.13 

Preexistence of the soul 129.3 

Prefect French local gov. 352.0444 

' Prefixes English etymology 422.2 j 

Topio6 in black ffice type are sub-divided. Superior 

end of this index. 

(534) 



cookery 
French gov. 
U. S. 
Presidential elections U. S, 
Presidents' lives 
Press, hydraulic engineering 

science 
journalism 
liberty of 
morals of 
printing 
public order 
work printing 

Pressing, hydraulic printing 
Pressure gauges pneumatics 

of air meteorology 

blood physiology 
clothing hygiene 
liquids hydraulics 
sense physiology 

Prestidigitation 

Pretenders English history 
Prevention of contagious diseases 614.44 
fire, protection of life 614.S41 
Prevost d' Exiles, A. F., French fiction 843.53 



324-73 

9231 

621.26 

532.81 
070 

323 
1 79. 1 

655-3< 

351-751 

65532 

65533 
533-82 

551-54 
612.14 

613.484 

532.1 
612.883 
791 
942.07 



Priapus mythology 291 

Prices of books library admin. 025.2 

political economy 338.5 

Pride ethics I79'8 

Priest ministry 262.14 

Priesthood, Christian ministry 262.1 

Priests, celibacy of 254 

ethics 176.2 
figures refer to the table* at thm 



Priests' lives, Roman Cath. 922.2 

Primacy ecclesiastical polity 262.13 

Primary schools methods 372 

state system 379' '8 
Prime numbers arithmetic 5* ''3 

vertical astron. instruments 522.47 
Primers elementary education 372.4 

Primeval man, natural hist, of man 573 

prehis. archaeology 571 



« 



52563 
281.2 

270.1 

281 

571 

571 

287.4 

287.5 
347.6 



Priming tides 

Primitive apostolic church 
Christianity 
church 
culture 

man, customs of 
Methodist church 
Wesleyan 
Primogeniture, law 
Primrose league, political associations 363 

Primulacese botany 583.672 

Primulales ** 58367 

■ Prince Edward Is., Canada, history 971.7 

Princeton college 378.749 

Principles, general probabilities 519-1 

Printed catalogs lib. economy 025.3 

Printers' lives 926.5 

occupation hygiene 613.65 

Printing 655 

calico chemical tech. 667.3 

inks •• " 667.5 

library admin. 025.1 

presses 655.31 

telegraphs, communication 654.3 

trade 655 

Prints, books of 769 

cloth chemical technology 667.3 

Prior, M. English poetry 821.51 

Prisms geometry 5' 3-36 

Prison associations 365 

contracts polit. economy 33 '-5 

discipline 365 

life Amer. civil war 973-77 

Prisoners of war international law 341.3 

Prisons 365 

and reformatories arch. 725.6 



INDEX P^"!*"^ 

Projectiles 

Private reading self-edu cation 
schools 
theatricals 

ethics 
vs. public schools 
worship 
Privateers 

Privately printed books rarities 
Privation, effects of diseases 

hygiene 
Privies air pollution 

sanitation 
Privileges, special, to library readers 024.7 
to readers library admin. 025.1 
Privy council Eng. government 354.4204 



374-1 

373 

793 
175.2 

379-3 
248 

341.3 
094 

616.985 

613.88 

614.764 

628.41 



Prize fighting, ethics 
Prizes in school education 

international law 

maritime " 

Probabilities, mathematics 
Probate law 



175.6 

371-53 

341.3 

347-7 

519 

347-6 



Problems 



Proboscidea 
Procedure 



Problem of three bodies, astronomy 521.13 

5'7.29 
517-39 

599.6 

347-9 
691.7 

691 

783.29 

394-5 
186.4 

183.1 
633 



differential calculus 

integral " 

see subject 

mammals 

law 

Processes, anti-rust building 
building materials 
Processional cathedral music 

customs 

Greek philosophers 



Processions 
Proclus 
Prodicus 
Produce 



<( 



agriculture 
Production of metals, political econ. 332.41 

political economy 338 

Productions of the soil agriculture 633 
Profanity ethics '77-2 

Professional ethics 174 

schools architecture 727.4 
services building 692.8 

Professorships of books and reading 028.6 
Profit sharing political economy 331.2 
Prognostications '33-3 

Program music, orchestral 785-4 



hygiene 


613.57 


Progress 


civilization 


901 


Private banks 


332- '3 




of population,statistics 3 1 2 


grounds landscape garden. 


712 




sociology 


301 


international law 


341.5 


Progressior 


I algebra 


512.6 


judgment ecclesiastical pol. 


262.8 




arithmetic 


51 1.6 


libraries 


027.1 


Progressive 


; develop, of man evol. 


575-6 


library catalogs author 


018.2 




friends sects 


289.6 


classed 


017.2 


Prohibited books book rarities 


098 


dictionary 


019.2 


Prohibition 


party political science 


329.81 


notes political economy 


332.5 




temperance 


178.5 


ownership of land 


333-3 


Projectiles, 


deviation of 


525.37 



Topics in black face typ« are snb-dlvided. Superior flf^ures refer to tlie tables at the 

end of this index. 

(535) 



Projectiles 
Purification 



INDEX 



Projectiles military engineering 623.4 

physics S3' -55 

Projection of shadows perspective 515.63 

Projections analytical geometry 516.57 

526.8 

618.58 

523-75 

1747 

347-7 



descriptive " 

map geodesy 
Prolapsus funis in labor 
Prominences sun 
Promise ethics 

Promissory notes law 

political economy 332.5 

Promotion of public welfare 351-8 

Promotions of scholars 371.28 

trachers 37i'i6 
' Pronominal forms Ping, etymology 422.7 

* Pronouns " syntax 425.7 

* Pronunciation ** language 421.5 
Proof, legal law 347-94 

reading printing 655.25 

Propagation of contagious diseases 614.43 

light optics 535.2 

magnetism 53^-- 

sound acoustics 534-2 

Propellers ships 621.12 

Proper motions stars 523-83 

names persons and places 929.4 

of season, cathed. music 7^3-23 



Propertius 
Property 



Latin lyric poetry 874.4 
capital 331 

city local taxat. 352.1 

law of title to 347.2 

literary publishing 655.6 
state finance 336-1 

suffrage 324.1 

tax 336.21 

theory of, polit. econ. 335.01 
Prophecy Bible inspiration 220.1 

Prophetical books of Bible 224 

Proportion, algebra 51 2.6 

arithmetic 51 1.6 

in art aesthetics 701 

of elevation, arch, design 729.13 



occupiable area, ground 



hygiene 
plan arch, design 
Proprietary libraries 
Proscription criminal law 
^ Prose composition Greek 



Pro-slavery 
Prosody 



614.784 

729-23 
027.2 

343-2 

488.2 

478.2 
326.7 



Prostitution 



Protagoras 
Proteaceae 



35 > -764 
176.5 

613.87 

183. 1 

583-93» 
591.57 



administration 
ethics 
hygiene 

Greek philosophers 
botany 
Protection of animals 

human life from acci- 
dents 614.8 
political economy 337-3 
Protective external agents, therapeu. 615.776 
inoculation, pub. health 614.47 
Protectorate English history 942.064 
Protestant Episcopal Church 283 
Episcopalians* lives 922.3 
Methodist church 287.7 
sects, continental 284 
Protestantism 284 
and Romanism 282 
Protestants, French, persecutions of 2724 
Protonotario, Stefano, Italian poetry 851. 11 



Protophyta 
Protoplasm 



botany 589-7 

animal physiology 591 -17 

biology 576.2 

physiology 612.71 

paleontology 5^ 

zoology 593 

* Provencal language 449 

literature 849 
Romanesque architecture 723.44 



Protozoa 



' Provence, France history 
Proverbs, book of Bible 

folk-lore 
' Providence, R. I. history 

travel 
Providence, Divine theology 

natural " 

Province German local gov. 

^ Provincialisms English lang. 
Pruning agriculture 

* Prussia history 

* Prussian language, old 

' Saxony, Germany, hist. 



9449 

223.7 

398.9 

974.52 

917452 

23<-5 
214 

352.0431 
427 

634 

943.1 

491.91 
943.18 



Prussic acid 



travels 914.318 



Prytz, A. J. 
Psalmody 
Psalms 
Psalter 



Latin 

slavery 

comparative philol. 416 

3 English language 426 

Greek " 486 

Latin " 476 

Prospecting mining engineering 622.1 

Prostate gland, diseases 616.65 

Topics in black face type are gub-divided. Superior 

end of tkiM index* 



I 



materia medica 615.34 

toxicology 615.962 

Swedish drama S39.7223 

music 783.9 

Bible 223.2 

Anglican ritual 264.038 

Pseudo gospels 229.8 

Pseudomorphs crystallography 54S.6 

Pseudoneuroptera articulates 595*73 

Pseudonyms, bibliography 014 

Psychic phenomena 134 

Psychological medicine 131 

Psychology 150 



fi glares refer to the tablet at the 



(536) 



INDEX 



Projectiles 
Purification 



Psychomancy divination 
Psychrometry, meteorology 
Pteridophyta botany 



Pterodactyl 

Pteropoda 

Pterosauria 

Ptomaines 

Puberty 



paleontology 

zoology 

reptiles 

animal poisons 

physiology 
Public accounts administration 
administration 
analysts adulterations 
annuities 

begging administration 
buildings, architecture 

local government 
charities 

charity administration 
credit political economy 

customs 

debt finance 

documents 

preservation 
education 

administration 



finance 
gaming 
gardens 
health 



<• 



laws 
local gov. 



lands 

law 

libraries 

administratioti 
library author catalogs 
notes political economy 
occasions and duties, sermons 
officers, duties of ethics 
offices architecture 
safety administration 
sanitation 
schools education 
securities, polit. economy 
shows ethics 

speakers' occupation, hygiene 
speaking, oratory 
spirit patriotism 

urinals sanitation 

use and waste of water, ** 
vs. private schools 
welfare administration 
works ** 

worship 

Publications, library 

Publishers and authors 

author catalogs 

Topics In black face type are sub- 



133-3 
SS»-57 

587 

568.18 

594-4 
598.18 

61 5.94 

612.661 

351-72 

350 
614.3 

336.35 
35 » -763 

352.5 
361 

351-84 

336.34 

394 

336.3 
328 

025.8 

379 

351-85^ 

336 

351.762 

711 
6x4 
6x4.09 

352.4 
336.1 
340 
027.4 

35»-852 
018. 1 

332.5 
252.6 

172.2 

725.13 

351.75 
6x4 

379 

3363 

175' 

613-65 

808.5 

172.1 

628.45 

628.17 

379.3 

351-8 

3525 
264 

025.1 

655.52 

015 

'divided. 



0x5 
920.4 

655.5 

655-4 

655.58 

857.14 

972.4 

57 '-8s 
6x8.7 

6x8.7a 



Publishers' circulars 

lives 
Publishing business 
history of 
societies 
Pucci, Antonio Italian satire 
* Puebla, Mexico history 
Pueblos dwellings 

Puerperal diseases obstetrics 
fever pathology 

public health 614.545 
state obstetrics 618.6 

Pugilism amusement 796 

ethics 175.6 

Puissant's deduc, L. M. Z. formulae 526.48 
Pujol Catalan poetry 849.9136 

Pulci, Luigi Italian satire 857.22 

Pulley physics 53 '.84 

Pulmonary artery, aneurism and em- 
bolism 
respiration, animals 
Pulp, dental, diseases of dentistry 



616.247 
591.127 
617.61 
262.x 



Pulpit clergy 

eloquence homiletics 250 
oratory 25X 

arch i tec. accessories 729.92 



*t 



« 



247.1 

616.071 

612.16 

552.23 

533-5 

533-83 

533-84 

533-85 
628.12 



Pulpits 

sacred furniture 
Pulse, diagnosis pathology 

wave of blood physiology 
Pumice stone lithology 
Pump, air 

condensing pneumatics 
force 
suction 

wells water works 

Pumping engines mechan. eng. 62X.64 
stations sewerage works 628.29 
vs. gravitation water 
works 
Pumps engineering 

Punching tools 

^ Punctuation English language 
Punctured wounds surgery 
Punic wars Roman history 
Punishment, capital criminal law 
corporal, school 
eternal theology 
future " 

law 

school 
'Punjab, India history 
Pupa embryology 

Purchase of college degrees 
Purgatives cathartics 
Purgatory theology 

Purification of wastes sanitation 



628.12 

62X.64 

621.96 

421.9 

617.144 

937-04 
343-2 

371.55 

237.7 

237-6 

343-2 

371-54 

954.5 

591.34 

378.26 

615-7323 

236.5 
628. 54G 



Superior figures refer to the tables at the 



end of this Index* 
(537) 



Puritanism 
Recreation 

Puritanism 
Puritans 



INDEX 



Purpose 

Pus 

Puseyism 



theology 285.9 

English history 942.06 

religious hist. 274.2 

Mass. history 974*4 

persecutions by 272.8 

intention ethics 171 

medicine 617.22 

theology 283 

^ Pushtu language 49Z-58 

Pustular affections of skin 616.52 

* Putnam Co., N. Y. history 974-732 
Putrefaction 

' Puy de Ddme, France history 944*59 

Puzzles 793 

diseases 616.943 

human 573-8 

Egyptian 9 '3-32 

geometry 5'3-35 

Pyrenees mountains travels 914.6 
' Pyrenees, Orientales, France hist. 944.89 

Pyrenomycetes botany 5S9-235 

Pyrites mineral 549-3 

Pyrometry temperature 53^-52 

Pyrotechnics chemical tech. 662 

Pyrrhonism Greek philosophy 186. i 

Pythagorean philosophy 182.2 
Pythias, knights of secret societies 366.2 

Quackery delusions '33-7 



Pyaemia 

Pygmies 

Pyramids 



Quadrant 
Quadrature 



delusions 

medical, state cont. of 614.26 
astron. instrument 522.41 
integral calculus 517-33 

of circle geom. S^Z-^^ 

Quadric surfaces anal. geom. 516.42 

modern " " 516.58 
geometry 513.58 
Quadrilateral, adjustment of, geodesy 526.52 
Quadrilaterals, plane geometry 5 • 3- ' 5 

Quadrumana, zoology 599-8 

Quadrupeds 599 

Quadruple-K telegraphs commun. 654.2 
Quakers lives 922.8 

persecutions 272.8 

sects 289.6 

Qualifications of readers lib. econ. 024.1 

teachers, education 371. 11 
voters suffrage 324.1 
Qualitative analysis chemistry 544 
Quality metaphysics iii 

Quantics algebra 512.87 

Quantitative analysis chemistry 545 
Quantities building 692.5 

3 Quantity English prosody 426.1 

of blood physiology 61 2. 116 
clothing hygiene 613.482 
metaphysics 1 19 

Quarantine administration 



It 



<i 



Quarantine contagious disease 

laws, local admin. 
Quarries, prehistoric 
Quarrying mining engineering 
Quarrymen*s occupation hygiene 
Quartermasters military admin. 
Quarters, servants* architecture 
Quartet sacred music 

Quartets vocal music 

Quartz lithology 

mineralogy 
Quartzite lithology 

Quaternary age geology 
Quaternions mathematics 
Quays harbor engineering 

' Quebec, Canada history 

travels 
Queen Anne architecture 
' Queen's Co., Ireland history 
'Queens Co., New York, " 
Queens, lives of 
' Queensland 
* Queretaro, Mexico 
Quesnes de Bethune French poetry 
Questions see subject 

Quevedo Villegas, V. G. de, Sp. sat. 
Quietism heresies 

Quietists, persecution of 
" Quincy system," education 
Quinet, Edgar, French essays 
Quinine therapeutics 

Quinones organic chemistry 

Quinsy diseases 

Quintana, M. J. Spanish poetry 
Quintilian Latin oratory 

Quoits amusements 

^ Quotations English literature ' 

general collections 
Rabbinic learning Judaism 
Rabbits domestic animals 

Rabelais, Fran9ois French .satire 
Rabener, G. W: German " 
Racan, II. de B., French poetry 
Race horse amusements 
influence on mind 
mortality public health 
suffrage 
Races of man 

Rachel, Joachim German satire 
Racine, Jean French drama 
Louis ** poetry 

Racing amusements 

ethics 
Radiant energy of sun 
matter 
points meteors 



352.4 

Topics in black face type are sub-divided. Sui>erior flgures refer to the tables 

end of this index. 

(538) 



614.46 

352.4 
571.21 
622.22 
613.66 

355 
728.92 

783.8 

784.84 

552.45 

549-5 

552.45 

S5'.79 
516.8 

627.3 

971.4 

917.14 

724.5 

941.87 

974.724 
023.1 

994.3 
972.4 

841.15 

867.3 

273.7 
272.5 

37 '.47 
844.81 

615.75 

547.6 

616.31 

861.51 

875.6 

796 

828- 

80S.8 

296 

636.9 

847.32 
837.61 

841.43 

798 

136.4 

614.144 

324.1 

572 

837.52 
842.45 

841.52 

798 

175.7 

523-72 

539." 

523.53 
at th« 



^w 



INDEX 



Puritanism 
Recreation 



Radiates 

Radiation 
Radical axes 
)((adiolaria 



paleontology 
zottlog^ 

heat 

modern geometry 

zoology 



Radius vector astronomy 
' Radnor, Wales history 
Ragged schools 



563.2 

593.2 

536.33 

513.54 

593- -4 
521.38 

942.96 



Rags, control of contagious diseases 614.463 

614.48 
839.8157 
656 

385 
625 

625.4 
725.32 



disinfection " " 

Rahbek, K. L., Danish poetry 

Railroad accidents 

corporations 
engineering 

elevated 
freight houses arch, 

government, administration 351.812 
horse mechanical eng. 625.6 
law 385 

locomotives 621.13 

ofificials' lives 923.8 

passenger stations, arch. 725.31 
reports, state 385 

shops " 725.33 

transportation business 656 
" sociology 385 

travel protect, of life 614.863 

Railroading 656 

Rails railroad engineering 625.1 



Railway guides 
Rainfall meteorology 

Rainless regions meteorology 
Raising funds for libraries 
' Rajputana, India history 
Ram, water hydraulics 
Ramsay, A. English poetry 
Ranales botany 

Randolph, John Am. oratory 
Rank heraldry 

Ranunculacese botany 
Rapateaceae 
Rape law 



(I 



656 
551-57 

55'-58 
021.9 

954-4 

532.83 
821.54 

583" 

815.24 

929.7 
583"! 
584.39 
343 



Rapidity of flow of blood, physiology 612.15 



Rapisardi, Mario Italian poetry 

Raptores birds 

Rare binding book rarities 

illustrations 

printing 
Rarissima 
Rasores birds 

Rat noxious animal 

zoology 
Rationalism 



M 



«< 



«< 



851.86 
598.9 

095 
096 

094 

090 

598.6 
591.68 

599-3 
211 



natural theology 

Rationalistic age religious history 270.8 

Rationalists, apologetics against 239.7 

Rattlesnake zoology 598-12 

Topics in black face type are sub-divided. Superior fig^ures 

end of this Indeiu 

(539) 



Ranch, H. J. Danish drama 839.8231 

Raw materials, duties on 337-6 

Read, Thos. Buchanan, Am. poetry 811.35 

Readers' aids 028 
^ elementary, Eng. language 428.6 

librarian's relations to 025.1 

qualifications lib. econ. 024.1 

Reading and aids 028 

art of 808.5 

^ books, higher, Eng. 828 

clubs self-education 374.2 

courses 028.3 

elementary education 372.4 

for the young 028.5 

private self-education 374.1 

proofs printing 655.25 

rooms, for laboring classes 331.85 

free, library econ. 027.9 
library economy 
Readings, halls for architecture 
Ready-reckoners 
Reagents chem. anal. 
Real estate law 



022.5 

725.83 
658 

543 

347.2 



taxation polit. econ. 336.22 



presence, theology 

Realism philosophy 

Realty law 

Reason in animals zoology 
intuitive faculty 
natural theology 

Reasoning faculty 



265.3 
149.2 

347.2 

591.51 

156 

210 

153-6 



Rebellion of 17 17 and 1745, Irish hist. 941.57 



i< 



323 

973-7 

841.75 

615 

602 



political science 

Southern U. S. 
Reboul, Jean French poetry 
Receipts medicine 
useful arts 
workshop, chem. tech. 660 

on special subj. see subj. 
Receiving vaults architecture 
Rdcent period, geology 
Recesses in schools 
Recessional cathedral service 
Recipe books, cookery 
Reciprocal polars, analytical geom. 

modern 
Reciprocity free trade 
Recitation rooms architecture 
Recitations education 
Recitative music 



« 



726.8 

55».79i 
371.24 

783.29 
641 

5'6.55 

513-55 

337.9 
727.1 

371.32 
784.2 



Recognition hereafter doct. theol. 237 

Reconnaissance geodesy 526.31 

Reconstruction U. S. history 973*8 

Record offices, architecture 725.15 

Recreation buildings arch. 725.8 

hygiene 6x3.7 
refer to the tables at the 



Recreations 
Rest 



INDEX 



Recreations school hygiene 371-74 

Recreative arts 790 

Recruiting military science 355 

Rectangular coordinates spher.astr. 522.72 
Rectilinear motion dynamics 53^-3^ 

Rectum, administration of med., ther. 61 5.62 
anatomy 611.35 

diseases 616.35 

Red Cross societies 361 

globules of blood phy.siology 61 2.1 11 
* river settlement, Canada, hist. 971.27 

travels 917.127 

sea physical geography 551467 

Redemption theology ^34-3 

Redemptorists monastic orders 271.6 
Reduction of results geodesy 526.75 

^ Reduplication English etymology 422.3 



Reed wind instruments 
Reenberg, Toger Danish poetry 
Reference books library admin. 

use of aids 

department lib. econ. 

use of libraries 
Refiners' occupation hygiene 
Reflecting circle, astron. instruments 522.41 

instruments optics 535*^7 

telescopes astron. instr. 522.21 



788.9 
839.8142 
025.5 
028.7 
025.5 
024.5 
613.62 



536.31 

535-3 

153-4 

5 « 5-64 
591.18 



Reflection heat 
light 

mental faculties 
Reflections perspective 
Reflex action zoology 

Reform bill, 1832 English suffrage 324.42 

civil service 351-6 

schools 364 

architecture 725.64 

education 37^-97 

sociology 301 

Reformation, age of European hist. 940.7 

German history 94303 

religious history 270.6 

Scandinavian history 948.04 

Switzerland, sec. hist. 949.403 



Reformatories architecture 

hygiene 
temperance 
Reformatory associations 
Reformed church, Dutch 

in Amer. 
Episcopal church 
Presbvterian " 
Reformers* lives 
Refraction heat 

optics 

practical astronomy 
Refracting telescopes 
Topics 111 1>lack face tyi>e nre ftub-divided. 



725.6 

61357 
178.6 

364 
284.1 

285.7 

2S3 
285.5 

923.6 

536.32 

535.3 
522.92 






Refreshment buildings arch. 725-7 

Regaldi, Guiseppe Italian poetry 851.77 

Regencies Eng. administration 354.4203 

const, hist. 342.429 

Regeneration, theology 234.4 

' Reggio di Calabria, Italy history 945.79 

travels 914.579 

Regicides' lives 923.4 

Regimen hygiene 613 
Regimental histories, U. S. civil war 973.74 



353-9 
61 1.9 

6175 

929.3 
312 

347-2 

355 

347-2 

614.1 

3" 

847.47 

847-35 
612.53 



Regiments, history of 
Regional anatomy 
surgery 
Registers, family 

of births, etc., public 

deeds law 
U. S. army officers 
Registration of conveyances law 
public health 
statistics 
Regnard, J. F. French satire 
Regnier, Mathurin " " 
Regulation of animal heat phys. 

med. prac, pub. health 614.25 
Regulations, army 355 

navy 359 

readers library econ. 024 
Regulators, sewerage 628.258 

Reid, Thomas, British philosophers 192.5 

intuitionalism 143 

Reign of terror, 1793-4, French hist, 944.044 
Reinaert Dutch satire 839.371 

" Reineke Vos " German satire 837.31 
Relapsing fever diseases 616.924 

Relations, domestic, political science 323 
foreign " " 327 

of capital and labor 33I-I 

church and state, ethics 172.3 
Relationship 929.1 

Relative location library economy 025.8 
Relics miracles 231.7 

Relief, decoration in architecture 729.5 



work building 
Religion 

and education 

science apologetics 
nat theol. 
Christian 
natural 
practical 
Religions, Non-Christian 
Religious anecdotes 

architecture 
art 

associations 
biography 



698.S 
200 

377 
239.8 

215 

200 

2JO 
240 
290 

244 
726 
246 
206 
922 



Superior fif;ure« refer to the tables at the 



end of tlilA index. 

(540) 





INDEX Recreations 






Rest 


Religious ceremonies history 




Reproductive power, mental faculties 154 


sacraments 


265 


Reptiles paleontology 


568.1 


controvers/ 


270 


zoology 


598.1 


on special subjects see subjed 




Republic, ist French history 


944.042 


education 


377 


2d " " 


944.07 


of clergy 


207 


3d " " 


944.08 


festivals 


264 


political science 


321.8 


iiction 


244 


Roman history 


937.0a 


history 


270 


Spanish " 


946.08 


institutions 


260 


Republican institutions 


321.8 


liberty 


261.7 


party, U. S. 


329.6 


orders, monastic 


27 z 


Republicans U. S. history 


973-4 


painting art 


755 


(i « 


973.7 


ecclesiology 


247.5 


Republics, Italian history 


945-04 


poetry 


245 


polit. science 


321.5 


societies 


206 


Repudiation finance 


336.36 


of special sects 


280 


Repulsive force descr. astronomy 


523.17 


on special subject see subject 


Reredos fixed furniture 


729.96 


symbolism 


246 


sacred " 


247.2 


Remains, paleontology 


560 


Rescue from drowning, protec. of life 614.81 1 


Remedies, legal 


347.95 


of shipwrecked " •* ♦* 


614.868 


pathology 


6x6 


Resection surgery 


617.94 


therapeutics 


615-5 


Resedaceae botany 


583.133 


Remittent fever public health 


614.532 


Resen, Peder Danish miscellany 


839-883 


Remonstrants, sects 


284.9 


Reservoirs sewerage 


628.28 


Renaissance architecture 


724.1 


water works 


628.13 


European history 


940.6 


Residences architecture 


728 


fine arts 


709 


official, arch. 


725.17 


religious ** 


270.5 


Residual calculus 


517 


Renal diseases 


616.61 


Resins chemical technology 


668.4 


Renan, Joseph Ernest Fr. essays 


844.82 


fossil, economic geol. 


553.29 


" Renard the fox " German satire 


837.31 


Resistance of materials, engineering 


620.1 


Rendering works air pollution 


614.742 


molec. phys. 


539.4 


'Renfrew, Scotland history 


941.41 


water hydraulics 


532.58 


"Rensselaer Co., N. Y. *« 


974-741 


Resisting medium descr. astron. 


52315 


Rent of state property finance 


336.11 


theoret. " 


521.44 


political economy 


333 


Resonators acoustics 


534.** 


Repair of waste physiological zool. 


591.136 


Resorts, health hygiene 


613.12 


physiology 


612.395 


human •• 


613.5 


Repentance doctrine 


234.5 


mountain " 


613.12 


Repetitions, method of geodesy 


526.56 


sea-side " 


613.12 


Reporting journalism 


070 


summer architecture 


728.52 


shorthand 


653 


Respiration animals 


591.1a 


Reports, law, American 


345-4 


physiology 


6ia.a 


British 


346.4 


Respiratory movements physiology 


612.21 


library administration 


025.1 


organs, comp. anat. 


591.42 


see subject 




descriptive anat. 


591.72 


Repouss^ work fine arts 


739 


system, anatomy 


611. 2 


roofs 


721.56 


diseases of 


6x6.2 


Representative gov. polit. sci. 


321.8 


drugs act. on 


615.72 


Reprisal international law 


341-3 


surg. opera. 


617.42 


Reproduction, botany 


581.16 


Responsibility, human doct. theol. 


2334 


embryology 


581.3 


ethics 


171 


physiology 


612.6 


Responsive choral service 


783.24 


zoology 


591.16 


readings, public worship 264.4 


embryology 591.3 


Rest and sleep, hygiene 


613.79 


Topics In black face tyi>o are snb-divided. 


Superior fl^nres refer to the tables at the 




end of tl 


lU index. 






(5 


41) 





Restaurants 
Rosenkraiu 



INDEX 



Restaurants architecture 725.71 

Restiacex botany 584.83 

Restif da la Bretonne N. E., Fr. fiction 843.57 
Restoration Englisli liistory 942.066 

French " 944.06 

of the Jews 296 

Restriction of contagious diseases 614.44 
Resumption U. S. finance 33673 

Resurrection Christology 232.5 

doctrinal theology 236.8 
Resuscitation of the drowned, protect. 

of life 614.812 

Retail stores architecture 725.21 

Retina eye diseases 617.73 

Retreats, religious 269 

Retribution doctrinal theology 237.6 
Retro-vaccination contagious dis. 614.4737 
Reuchlin medieval philosopher 189.5 

Reunion public order 35'752 

Reuss, Germany history 943.28 

Re-vaccination contagious diseases 614.4734 



Re-vaccinisation " " 


614.4736 


Revelation, Book of Bible 


228 


Divine 


231.6 


Revenue state finance 


336 


Reversionary payments finance 


336.35 


insurance 


368.31 


■ Reviews see subject reviewed 




Revised statutes American law 


345-2 


* Revival, Gothic architecture 


724.3 


« Grecian 


724.2 


of letters, literary history 809 


' Romanesque arch. 


724.8 


Revivals music 


7837 


of religion 


269 


Revolution, American history 


973-3 


English, 1688 " 


942.068 


French, 1789 " 


944.04 


1830 " 


944.063 


1848 " 


944.07 



of the earth astronomy 525.35 
Revolutions political science 323 

Rewards and punishments theology 233.4 

school 371-53 

* Reynard the fox " German satire 837.31 
*Rh3etia ancient history 939.84 

^Rhaeto-Romansch language 459 

Rhamneac botany 5*^3-275 

' Rhenish Bavaria, Germany, history 943.43 



* Prussia 


943-42 


Rhetoric 


808 


sacred homiletics 


251 


Rheumatic fever diseases 


616.991 


Rheumatism " 


616.991 


Rhine travels 


91434 


Rhinoceros zoology 


599-7 



Rhinoplastic operations surgery 
Rhizophorese botany 
Rhizopoda zoology 
' Rhode Island, U. S. history 
Rhodes ancient " 

* modern •* 

Rhodium inorganic chemistry 

Rhododendron botany 
' Rhone, France history 



English prosody 
insects 
lithology 
English history 



« 



<i 



It 



t< 



617.95 

583-4 » I 

593" 

974-5 
939.16 

949.96 

546.97 
583.62 

94458 
420.6 

595-75 

552-25 

942.032 

942.038 

942.046 

943-025 

823.61 

974.726 

833.62 

616.996 

793 
398.6 

798 



^ Rhymes 
Rhynchota 
Rhyolite 
Richard I. 
II. 
III. 

of Cornwall, Ger. history 
Richardson, S: English fiction 
' Richmond Co., N. Y. history 
Richter, J. P. F. German fiction 
Rickets diseases 

Riddles amusement 

popular life 
Riding 

halls and schools, architecture 725.88 
Rifle manufacture 6S3 

military science 355 

shooting amusement 799 

Rifled ordnance, military engineering 623.4 
Right ascension, variations of astron. 521.27 
lines analytical geometry 516.11 
loci in space " 
plane geometry 
of search 

standard of ethics 
Righteousness, personal religion 
Rights and liberties, const, law 
land political economy 
political science 
Rigor of muscles physiology 
Rinderpest veterinary medicine 
Rings, finger costume 

sacred ornaments 
Ringwaldt, B. German poetry 



516.31 

513-" 

341 

171 

248 

342 

333 

323 
612.742 

619.2 

3917 
247.6 

831.45 



Rinks 



bicycle, architecture 725.86 



•< 



Topics in black face type are 8ab-divi(le<l. Superior figures 

end of this index. 

(542) 



ethics 

skating 
Rinuccini, Ottavio Italian drama 
* Rio Janeiro history 

travels 
Rioja, Francisco de Span, poetry 
Rios, J. A. de los " misc. 

Riots administration 

law 

in any locality sec name of place 
Ripple-marks, geology 551-83 

Ritchie, A. C. (M.) Amer. drama 812.31 

refer to the tobies at the 



175.I 

725.86 

852.52 

981 

918.1 

861.38 

868.52 

351-752 
343 



INDEX 



Restaurants 
Rosenkrans 



Rites and ceremonies customs 394*4 

Ritual public worship 264 

Ritualism 264 
Rivadeneyra, Pedro de Span. misc. ^68.35 

River crossing, sewerage works 628.26 

engineering 627 

transportation sociology 387 

Rivers engineering 627.1 

hydraulics 532-54 

physical geography 551.48 

pollution sanit eng. 628.541 

water supply 628.11 

Riveted Joints, plumbing 696.4 

Riveting tools, mechanical eng. 621.97 

Rivets machine tools 621.99 

plumbing 696.4 

Roadbed railroad engineering 625.1 

Roads and pavements engineering 625.7 

cable " 625.5 

elevated " 625.^ 

engineering 625.7 
military military eng. 623.6 

Robbery criminal law 343 

Robert II., French history 944.021 
o£ Gloucester, English poetry 821.13 



Robin Hood English ballads 

legends 
" Robinsonaden" German fiction 
Rocaberti, Fra Catalan poetry 
' Rochester, N. Y. history 



Rock analysis 
blasting 
minerals 
salt 
structure 



chemistry 
engineering 
determination 
economic geology 
lithology 
« Rockland Co., N. Y. history 
Rocks, cleavage of geology 
conductivity of, ** 
lithology 

polarity in geology 
Rocky mountains, U. S., history 978 
Rodentia zoology 599-3 

Rodolph I. German history 943.026 

II. " " 943034 

Rodriguez Rubf, Tomas Sp. drama 862.52 
Roig, Jacme Catalan poetry 849.9133 

Rojas y Zorrilla, F. de Span, drama 862.36 



821.04 

398.2 

83354 
849.912 

974.789 

543-6 

622.23 

552.81 

553-63 
552.82 

974.728 

551.84 

551.14 

55a 

551-84 



937.06 

937 

945-6 
272.2 

349.37 
870 

292 



Roman Catholic church 282 

Catholics' lives, biography 922.2 
dominion in Spain, history 946.01 
empire •* 

history, ancient 
' modern 

inquisition, persecutions 

law 

literature 

mythology 

orders monastic orders 271 

of architecture 729.32 

republic history 937-02 

sculpture 733 

supremacy religious history 270.4 
Roman de la Rose French poetry 841.18 

du Renard " satire 

^ Romance, English 

languages 
religious 
Romances, Los Spanish poetry 
Romanesque architecture 

revival, architecture 724.8 
Romanism 282 

Romanos, R. M. de Spanish fiction 863.52 
Romans epistle bible 227.1 

Romans d'Aventures, Proven9al poet. 849. 123 
Romantic orchestral music 785.3 

piano music 786.43 

vocal " 784.3 

Rome, ancient history 937 

church of 282 

missions 266.2 

theology, doctrines 230.2 



847.12 
823 

479 

244 

861.26 
723.4 



city, ancient 
' modern 

travels 
Romer, Ole Danish miscellany 
Romish church 
Rommany Gipsies 

Rondo piano music 

Ronsard, Pierre de French poetry 
Rood screen fixed furniture 

sacred ** 
Roof construction architecture 

coverings building 
Roofs architectural design 

831.46 engineering 

531.45 Rope making 
355 Rosa, Salvatore Italian satire 
371.53 Rosaceae botany 
489 Rosales *^ 
889 ' Roscommon, Ireland history 
722.7 Rose botany 
709.37 culture 

613.46 Rosenkranz, Holger Danish miscel. 839.883 

Topics in black face type are sub-divided. Superior figures refer to the tables at the 

end of this index. 

(543) 



Rollenhagen, G;, German poetry 
Rolling friction, mechanics 
Rolls of honor military 

schools 
* Romaic language 
literature 
Roman architecture 
art 
baths hygiene 



937.6 

945-6 
914.56 
839.883 
282 

397 
786.41 

841.34 
729.96 
247.2 

721.5 
695 

729.35 
624.9 

677 

857.5s 

583.37 

5833 

941.75 

583.37 

716.2 



Roses 
Salviati 



INDEX 



Roses, wars of, English history 942.04 

Rosetta stone, Egyptian inscriptions 493.117 



Riickert, F. German poetry 831.74 

Rudbeck, Olof, Swedish miscellany 839.7831 



Greek 


481.7 


Rugosa zoology 


593-61 


Rosicrucians secret soc. 


366.4 


Ruins antiquities 


913 


Rosini, Giovanni Italian fiction 


85371 


Ruiz, Juan Spanish satire 


867.1 


' Ross, Scotland history 


941.16 


Rulers' lives 


923.1 


Rossetti, D. G. English poetry 


821.84 


palaces of architecture 


725.17 


Gabriello, Italian " 


851.72 


Rules for readers library econ. 


024 


Rota, Bernardino " " 


851.42 


staff " " 


023.9 


Rotary blowers, engineering 


621.62 


of order, parliamentary 


328.1 


pumps " 


621.66 


school 


371.51 


Rotation of earth 


525-35 


Rum chemical technology 


663.5 


heavenly bodies 


521.15 


* Rumania history 


949.8 


sun 


523-73 


travels 


914.98 


physics 


53 '-34 


* Rumansh language 


4599 


Rote teaching education 


37».3i 


literature 


859.9 


Rotgans, Lucas Dutch poetry 


839-3MI 


Ruminants zoology 


599.7 


Rotheln public health 


614.524 


Runeberg, J. L. Swedish poetry 


839.7167 


' Rotterdam history 


949-2 


Runes 


439«6 


travels 


914.92 


Anglo-Saxon 


429.17 


Roucher, J. A., French poetry 


841.55 


German 


437.01 


' Rouen history 


944.25 


Gothic 


439-917 


travels 


914.425 


Runic inscriptions 


439.617 


Roulettes curves, anal. geom. 


516.26 


Runius, Johan, Swedish poetry 


839.7136 


* Roumania, Turkey history 


949.8 


Rupert German history 


943-027 


4 Roumanian language 


459-9 


Rupture of genital tract obstetrics 


618.55 


Roumanille, Joseph, Proven9al poet. 849.144 


Rural architecture 


728 


Round dances, amusements 


793 


cemeteries 


719 


ethics 


175-3 


economy agriculture 


630 


houses, R. R., architecture 


725.33 


life «• 


630 


table Arthurian romances 


398.2 


sports 


796 


vocal music 


784.1 


water supply 


628.7 


worms, parasitic diseases 


616.965 


Rush, Benjamin American essays 


814.21 


Roundheads English history 


942.062 


Ruskin, J: English essays 


824.86 


Rousseau, J. B. French poetry 


841.51 


Russia administration 


35447 


J. J. " fiction 


84356 


botany 


581947 


" philosophers 194.4 


finance 


336.47 


Route canal engineering 


626.1 


geology 


5547 


railroad " 


625.1 


* history 


947 


Rovere, Antonius de Dutch poetry 839.3121 


, in Asia history 


957 


Rowe, N. English drama 


822.55 


maps 


9x2.47 


Rowing sport 


797 


schools 


37947 


Rowson, Susanna, American fiction 


813.22 


statistics 


314.7 


* Roxburgh, Scotland history 


941.47 


travel 


914-7 


Roxburghiaceae botany 


584.3» 


treaties 


341.247 


Royal houses, heraldry 


929.7 


other topics see table i 




lives biography 


923.1 


' Russian America, Alaska history 


979.8 


Rubber manufactures 


678 


architecture 


723.2 


Rubble stone foundations 


721.12 


baths architecture 


725.73 


Rubefacients external irritants 


615-773 


hygiene 


613.46 


Rubeola diseases 


616.916 


church sects 


281.9 


Rubiaccx botany 


583-52 


* language 


491.7 


Rubiales 


58351 


literature 


891.7 


Rubidium inorganic chemistry 


546.35 


music 


781.7 


Rubrics Anglican ritual 


264.032 


Rust, anti-, processes, build, materials 691.7 


Rucellai, Giovanni Italian poetry 


851-33 


fungi 


589.225 



Topics In black face type are sub-divided. Superior figures refer to the tables at the 

end of this index* 

(544) 



INDEX 



Roses 
Salviati 



Rust joints plumbing 


696.6 


Rutacese botany 


583-23 


Rutebeuf French poetry 


841.17 


Ruth Bible 


222.3 


* Ruthenian language 


49179 


Ruthenium inorganic chemistry 


546.96 


' Rutland, England history 


942.54 


Rydberg, Viktor Swedish fiction 


839.7367 


Rydelius, Anders " misc. 


8397834 


Ryswick, Peace of treaties 


34 1 24 


Saavedra, Fajardo, D. de Sp. misc 


. 868.36 


Sabbatarians Christian sect 


289.9 


Sabbath 


263 


schools 


268 


Sabeism philosophy 


181.7 


Sabellian heresies 


2733 


Sabiaceae botany 


583.291 


Sabini ancient history 


937.4 


Saccharomycetes botany 


589.91 


Sacchetti, Franco Italian fiction 


853.21 


Sachs, Hans German poetry 


831.44 


Sacramentals public worship 


264.9 


Sacraments 


265 


Anglican ritual 


264.035 


Sacred art 


246 


biography 


922 


drama miracle plays 


792 


religion 


244 


furniture 


247 


history 


270 


music 


783 


poetry 


^45 


rhetoric 


251 


Sacrifice birth customs 


392.2 


Christology 


232.4 


Sacrifices Bible 


220.93 


sacraments 


265.3 


Sacrilege 


265.9 


Saddlery trade 


685 



Safe deposit buildings architecture 725.24 
storage " 72535 

Safes manufactures 672 

Safety lamps, mining engineering 622.47 
Sagas, Norse .839.6 

Sago chemical technology 664.2 



966.1 
551.58 
689 
656 

527.5 
926.56 



Sahara desert history 

physical geography 
Sail-making trade 
Sailing directions 

great circle navigation 
Sailors' lives 

Saint Albans raid U. S. history 97 37 2 

Vermont hist. 974.3 
Amant, M. A. G., Fr. satire 847.42 
Bartholomew's day, persecution 272.4 
Bernard, hospice of, prot. of life 614.87 
Topics In black face type are 



i( 



(i 



844.42 

997 

974-756 
977.8 
917.78 



Saint fivremond, French essays 
' Helena history 

' Lawrence Co., N. Y. 

* Louis, Mo. 

travels 
Marc Girardin Fr. essays 844.75 

* Petersburg, Russia, history 947.4 

travelf 914.74 
Pierre, J. H. B. de Fr. fiction 843.61 
Simonism socialism 335.2 

Vitus's dance diseases 616.851 

Sainte Beuve, .C. A. French essays 844.74 



Saints doctrine 

lives of 
Salamanders batrachia 
Salaries lib. administration 

Salary of teachers 
Sale catalogs of books 

of duplicates library economy 025.2 
state properties finance 336.12 
Salem itano, Masuccio Italian fict. 853.31 



235 
922 

597.9 
025.1 

371.16 

017-019 



* Salerno, Italy history 

Salesmen's occupation hygiene 

Salic laws German law 

Salicine)ae botany 

Salicylates therapeutics 

Salicylic acid organic chem. 547.76 

disinfectants, contag. dis. 614.486 
Saline waters economic geology 
Salines cathartics 

Saliva therapeutics 

Salivary glands anatomy 

physiology 
secretion physiol. zoology 591.143 
Sallust Latin literature 878.2 

Salmon fishing, amusement 799 

business 639 

" Salomon and Morolf " Ger. satire 837.22 
Saloons architecture 725.72 

billiard architecture 725.84 



945-74 
613.65 

349432 

583.981 
615.75 



553-72 
615.7322 
615.741 
611.31 
612.31 



' Salop, England history 942.45 

Salt baths hygiene 613.45 

foods " 613.28 

lithology 552.53 

manufacture 664.4 

mining 622.36 

rock economic geology 553.63 

Saltpetre mineralogy 549.72 

Salts, chemical technology 661.4 

of ammonia chemical tech. 661.5 

theoretical chemistry 54 1.4 

Saluste du Bartas, G. de Fr. poetry 841.37 

Salvadoraceae, botany 583.716 

Salvage maritime law 3 ♦7*7 

Salvation doctrinal theology 234 

Salviati, Leonardo Italian essays 854.45 

•ttb-dlvlded. Superior fi^ureg refer to the tables at the 
end of this Index. 

(545) 



Salibure 


INDEX 




Scitaminew 








'Salzburg, Germany history 


943-63 


Sannaizaro, Jacopo Italian poeliy 


851.26 


Samaniego, F. M. de, Spanish poetry 861.44 


< Sanskrit language 


491,3 


' Samaritan language 


■W=-5 


literature 


891.2 


Samnitewars Roman history 


937 oj 


Santalacei botany 


533-943 


Samnium ancient " 


937-7 


' Santiago history 


983 


Samos " 


939- '4 


travels 


9' 8.3 


• modem " 


949-94 


' Santo Domingo history 


97=93 


Samsoe, 0. J. Danish drama 


839.8253 


' Saflne el Loire, France history 


94-1 -43 


Samuel Old Teaiament 


222.4 


Sap, circulation of botany 


SSiti 


Samydaceae botany 


583-4S" 


Sa]jindacei " 


583-281 


' San Francisco history 


979-4 




5B3.2S 


travels 


9'7-94 


Sapotace* 


5S 3.681 


' San Luis Potosi, Mexico history 


97 =-4 


Sappho Greckpoetiy 


884.2 


■San Salvador history 


973.84 


.•iaprokgnicx. botany 


58926 




868.12 


' Saracen empire history 


953 


Sanctification doclrmal theology 


234-8 


Saracenic architecture 


723-3 


Sanctis, Francesco de Italian essays 854.81 


' Saratoga Co., N. V. history 


974.748 


Sanctuary legal antiquities 


340.3 


Sardinia ancient 


937-9 


Sanctus sacred music 


7S3.22 


' island modern " 


945-9 


Sand, G: French fiction 


843.82 


Sardou, Vicloricn French drama 


842.86 




721.14 


Sarmatia, Asiatica, ancient history 


93952 


piles 


721..6 


Europa •' " 


939-81 


storms 


S5'-5' 


Sarpi, Paolo Italian essays 


854-5' 


Sandals costumes 


39 '-4 


Sarr-iceniatca^, botany 


583.121 


Sandbugs zoology 


59536 


' Sarthe, France history 


944-17 


Sandemaiiianism sects 


289.9 


Sash arch, construction 


721.83 


Sander, K. L., Danish drama 


839.8256 




971.24 


Sands economic geolc^ 


S53-62 


Sas-sanian architecture 


722.5 


Sandstone 


SS3-S3 


Sassanians ancient history 


935-7 


lithology 


SS^-S' 


Satan doctrinal theology 


^35 


old red 


S5'-74 


Satellites.actionof astronomy 


in -42 


* Sandwich Islands historj' 


996.9 


theoretical 


521.6 


Sandys, GeorEC American poetry 


811.11 


'Satire English literature 


S27 


Sangreal legends 


398.! 


Satirical music, dramatic 


782.6 


Sanguification, physiology 


612.119 


Satirists' lives, Eng. 


92S.27 


Sanhedrim Judaism 


296 


Saturn astronomy 


S23-4<5 


Saniliriums health resorts 


6.3.12 


Satyre Menipp<!e, La French satin 


847-33 


Sanitary affairs public healtfa 


614 


Saurians 


ssai 


appliances hygiene 


613.08 


Siuirtipltrvgia, reptiles 


598-16 


public health 


6r4.o8 


Savages 




commission. Am. civil wa 


973-77 


' Savanna, Ga., history 


97S-S 




3SM 


travels 


917.58 


U.S. 


36' 


Savingsbanks.administralion 


3S[.8zs 


districts Eng. local gov 


3S=-04i5 


arch! Lecture 


715-24 


engineerinj 


61B 


political ccoii. 


332.2 


laws public health 


614.09 


' Savoy, declaration doct. theology 


23S-S 


measures " " 


614.09 


France history 


944-48 


police jiliiiiiii?tratio 


1351-77 
614.09 


house of " 
Saw mills 




reports public healt 


674 


science engineering 


61B 


Saws tools 


621.93 


surveys public health 614.77 


Saie. J, G. Am. satire 


8'7-35 


Sanitation, industrial, engineering 6aS. 5 


' Saxe-Allenburg, Germany history 943.24 


of towns 


628.4 


' Gotha-Coburg " " 


943-^5 


principles of 


63S 


• Meiningen 


943- s6 


public 


614 


' Weimar 


943-'3 


veterinary, pub. health 614,9 


Saxhorn wind instrument 


788.42 


Taplci in bla.k face lype a™ sub 


dlvlrte.1. 


Suiwrlor flg..™. refer t« th« tablM M tba 



INDEX 



Salzburg 
Scitamineae 



Saxifrageae botany 583.3^ 

Saxo Grammaticus Danish miscel. 839.881 1 



* Saxon, Anglo-, language 

literature 

* old language 

literature 
Romanesque architecture 
' Saxony history 

house of, Germany, hist. 
' Prussian " 

Saxophone wind instrument 
Saybrook platform creeds 
Scagliola masonry 

Scalds surgery 

Scales, measuring instruments 
music 
practical chemistry 



u 



429 

829 

439-2 
839.2 

723.42 

943-21 
943.022 

943.18 

788.43 

238.5 
693.64 

617.11 

530-8 
781.2 

542.3 



watch and instrument making 681 



weights and measures 
Scalping war customs 

Scaly affections of skin 
Scandal ethics 

* Scandinavia history 
^ Scandinavian language 

literature 



Scandium 
Scansores 
Scaphopoda 
Scarlatina 
Scarlet fever 



389 

399 
616.51 

177.2 

948 

439.5 

839.5 
198 

921.8 

284.7 

546.69 

598.7 

594.2 

616.917 

616.917 

614.522 

847.43 
628.4 

273.8 
211 



philosophers 

lives 
protestants 

inorganic chemistry 

birds 

zoology 

diseases 

pathology 

public health 
Scarron, Paul French satire 
Scavenging of towns 
Scepticism heresies 

natural theology 

philosophical systems 149.7 

philosophy 186. i 

Sceptics* lives, biography 922.9 

Scheele, K: V., Swedish miscellany 839.7848 
Schefer, L. German poetry 831.81 

Scheffel, J. V. von " fiction 833.83 

Schelling " philosophy 193.4 

* Schenectady, N. Y. history 
Scherzo orchestral music 

Schiller, J. C. F., German drama 
Schimmel, H. J. Dutch 
Schism Avignon 

Eastern and Western church 270.3 
in the church eccles. polity 262.8 
Schists lithology 552-43 

Schizomycetes botany 589.95 

Schleiermacher, German philosophy 193.6 
» Schleswig-Holstein, Germ, history 943.51 

TopicH in black face type are sub-divided. Superior 

end of this index. 

(547) 



« 



974-744 
785.1 

832.63 

8393253 
270.5 



* Schoharie Co., N. Y. history 974.745 

Scholar's life, self-culture 374 

Scholastic philosophers' lives 921.9 

philosophy 189.4 

Schoning, Gerhard Danish misc. 839.8844 
School architecture 727 

districts Eng. local gov. 352.0426 

funds state education 379.11 

furniture 

hygiene 

libraries education 

library economy 
^ texts English language 428 

Schools and libraries, library econ. 021.3 

architecture 

education 



371-6 
371.7 

371.64 
027.8 



hygiene 

library 

music 

of painting 

parochial 

public 
reform 



727 

370 

613.54 
library econ. 020.7 

mus. education 780.7 

759 
education 

parish work 



« 



377.5 

257 

379 

364 

725.64 

725.88 

268 



architecture 

riding 

Sunday 
' see special subject 

Schopenhauer, German philosophy 193.7 
* Schuyler Co., N. Y. history 974.781 

« Schwartzburg, Germany, " 943.27 

Sciatica diseases 616.87 

Science and religion apologetics 239.8 

natural theol. 2 1 5 



biography of 
elementary education 
mental 
military 
moral 
natural 
naval 
of religion 
social sociology 
study teaching 
Sciences, classification of 

natural 

occult 



9^5 

372.3 
150 

355 
170 

500 

359 

201 

300 

507 
501 

500 
133 



Scientific buildings architecture 727 



men lives of 

surveys, general 
travels 

Scientists, apologetics against 

* Scilly Islands history 

travels 

Sciopticon optics 

Scitamineae botany 



925 

5083 
508.3 

239.8 

942.37 
914-237 
535-86 
584.21 

flgrares refer to the tables at the 



Sclerotic 


INDEX 




Servian 








Sclerotic eye diseases 


6.7-7- 


Scripture dictionaries 


»w).3 


Scope «Dd usefulness of libraries 


oai 


harmonies of gospels 


226.1 


Scoria volcanic rocks 


5S^-" 


histories 


220.95 


Scorpions iCMSlogy 


SW-4 


readings public worship 


264.3 


Scotch churches, Presbyterian 


aas 


Scriptures, holy Bible 


ISO 




^38-5 


Scrofula diseases 


616.996 


Deists apologetics 


m-5 


Scroll-sawing 


749 


English dialects 


427.9 


Scrophuiarinex botany 


S83.S1 


* language 


491.63 


Scrotum anatomy 


611,63 


music, vocal 


784.4 


diseases of 


616.67 


philosophers' lives 


921.2 


Scud^ry, Georges de French fiction 843.44 


philosophy 


igi 


Madeleine de " 


843-45 


J-resbytciians' lives 


922.541 


Sculptors' lives 


9^7-3 


Romincsqiic arLhiteclure 


7^3-4' 


Sculpture 


730 


Sootlaiul administration 


354-41 


prehistoric 


571-73 


antiquities 


9I3'4> 


sacred ornameniation 247.3 


architecture 


7ao.94t 


Scurvy diseases 


616.39 


botany 


581.941 


Seutage feudalUm 


321-3 


college. 


378-4 T 


Scythia ancient history 


939-5' 


constitutional law 


343.41 




494 


education 


370.941 


Sea anemones loOlogy 


593-fi 


finance 


336-41 


aqueous erosion 


S5I-35 


geology 


554-" 


baths hygiene 


6' 3-45 


history 


941 


cucumbcTS, lOSlogy 


59396 


Uwa 


349-4' 


fishery trade 


639 


maps 


911.41 


grapes zoology 


594.9 




174.1 


laws 


347-7 


schools, public 


379-41 


lilies 


593-91 


statistics 


3M.I 


mats 


S94-7 


travel 


914.1 


mosses alg« 


58»3 


treaties 


341.241 


serpent delusions 


133-7 


soMogy 


591 -94> 


shore resorts, hygiene 


613.1J 


ScotI, W, English fiction 


8^3-73 


urchins zoology 


593-95 


poetry 


821.74 


weeds botany 


5893 


* Scottish border history 


941-4 


Seal engraving 


736 


travels 


914-14 


Seals heraldry 


9*93 


Episcopal church 


283,4 1 


zoology 


5»-7 


poetry 


811 




656 




189.4 


Seamen's lives 


9^6.56 


Scrap book methods 


029.3 


Search, right of international law 


34'-3 




040 


Seaside cottages architecture 


728.7 


for special ^t subject 


Seasons astronomy 


5*5^5 

613-13 


Screen doors arch, conslruciion 


721.83 


hygiene 


Screening mining engineering 


622.74 


zoology 


591-54 


Screens arch, construction 


7" -87 


Seasickness 


616-33 


fixed furniture 


729.96 


Seats, country architecture 


7S8.8 


Screw cutting 


621.99 


Sebaceous glands, disorders of 


616.53 


joints plumbing 


696.S 


secretion animals 


591.141 


physic. 


S3' .87 


' Sebastopol history 


947-7 


propellers engineering 


621.12 


Secession church of Scotland 


285.6 


Scribe, A. E. French drama 


842.73 


law 


34- 


Script writing 


652 


U. 3. history 


973-7 


Scriptural biography Bible 


220.91 


Second advent of Christ 


232-6 


Scripture chronologic.-i 


220.94 


adventists seels 


^3 


commeiilaries 


220.7 


empire French history 


944-07 


concordantes 


220.2 


sigh. 


133-3 


Vople* In bUok (ace t7i» an aotMlivlded. 


SniMrlor ORarei refer to ths taUas at tha 




eml ot tl 

(S 


l> ludea. 

»8) 





writing 
Secretion 



Second war with England, U. S. hist. 
Secondary batteries electricity 

schools, public 
Secret service Amer. civil war 
societies 

buildings arch, 
college 
cryptography 
animals 

of liver physiology 
physiology 
vicarious " 

Secretory organs animals 

descriptive anat 
Sects, Christian 
Secular changes of season 

education 
S^daine, M. J., French drama 
Sedentary life, hygiene 
Sedimentary rocks lithology 
Sedition law 

See eccles. polity 

Segregation geological agents 
Segura de Astorga, J. L. Sp. poetry 

* Seine et Marne, France history 
» Oise. " 

* Inferieure, " •* 
Seismology 
Selagineae botany 
Selection, natural evolution 

of manuscripts publish, 
sexual evolution 

'Selections English philology 
Selenides mineralogy 

Selenium inorganic chemistry 

Self culture 

defence, art of athletics 
education 

government polit. science 

school dUcip. 

* Selkirk, Scotland history 
Sem Tob, Rabbi Spanish poetry 
Sematology philology 
Semi-detached city houses arch. 

diameter of celestial bodies 
Seminaries architecture 

education 

theological religion 
Seminary method of instruction 
Seminole war U. S. history 
Semitic languages 
Senancour, £. P. de French essays 
Seneca, L. A. Latin drama 

misc. 
' stoic phil. 

Seneca Co., N. Y. history 
Topicf) In black face type are sub- 



INDEX • 


Sclerotic 






Servian 


9735 


' Senegambia history 


966.3 


537.84 


* Sennaar, Egypt " 


962.9 


37917 


Sensation, beginnings of biology 


576.4 


97378 


in animals zoology 


591.18 


366 


plants botany 


581.18 


728.4 


mental faculties 


15a 


371.85 


Sensationalism 


145 


651 


Sense mental faculties 


15a 


591.14 


Sensibility 


157 


612.35 


Sensitive plant botany 


583-32 


612.4 


physiol. botany 


581.5 


612.49 


Sensory apparatus anatomy 


61 1.8 


591.44 


Sentimental music 


784.3 


59».74 


Separate system of sewerage 


628.212 


280 


Separation of powers, English gov. 354.4202 


52553 


French " 


354.4402 


377 


German " 


354.4302 


842.57 


U. S. 


353.02 


613.65 


Sepia paint 


75» 


55^5 


Sepoy war, Indian history 


954 


343 


Septic diseases 


616.94 


262.3 


Septicaemia diseases 


616.944 


551.98 


obstetrics 


618.74 


861.14 


Septuagint Bible 


221.48 


944.37 


Sepulchre cemeteries 


718 


944.36 


Sepulture customs 


393-1 


944.25 


public health 


6x4.61 


551a 


Sequence cathedral service 


783.23 


583.876 


Serafi Catalan poetry 


849.9135 


575-4 


Serao, Matilde Italian fiction 


853.88 


655.51 


Serfs, emancipation, Russian history 947.08 


575.5 


origin of " " 


947.04 


428.7 


slavery 


326.3 


549.3 


Sergardi, Ludovico Italian satire 


857.57 


546.23 


Sergeants*-at-law lives 


923442 


374 


Serials see subject 




796 


Sericeous secretion animals 


591.143 


374 


Sericulture 


638 


321.8 


Series algebra 


512.4 


371.59 


calculus 


517.21 


941.46 


trigonometry 


514.2 


861.16 


Sermons 


252 


419.1 


on Amer. civil war 


973-79 


728.34 


public worship 


264.6 


522.93 


Serous membranes, admin, of med. 


by 61 5.66 


727.2 


Serpent-charming 


591-57 


373 


worship 


291 


207 


Serpentine economic geology 


553-55 


371.37 


lithology 


552.47 


973.5 


Serpents zoology 


598.12 


492 


Servants domestic economy 


647 


844.64 


ethics 


173-8 


872.6 


Servants* quarters architecture 


728.92 


878.5 


Servetus medieval philosophers 189.5 


188.6 


' Servia history 


949-7 


974.769 


* Servian language 


491.82 


-divided. 


Superior figrures refer to tlie tables at the 


end of i] 


bis index. 




(5 


149) 





Service 
Sirocco 



INDEX 



Service books Anglican ritual 264.03 

Services, professional building 692.8 

Servitude slavery 326 

Session laws, American 345* ' 

English 346.1 

Sestini, Bartolommeo, Italian poetry 851.68 

Setons therapeutics 615.812 

Setting type printing ^55-25 

Seven champions 39^-2 

sages 39^-2 

sleepers 398.2 

weeks* war German history 943.081 

wonders of the world 609 

years* war German history 943.056 



sects 



« 



Seventh day Adventists 
Baptists 
Sabbath 
' Seville history 

travels 
Sewerage city administration 

engineering 
systems 
Sewers and outlets air pollution 



289.3 
286.3 
263.2 
946.8 
914.68 
352.6 
628.2 
628.21 
614.765 

disinfection public health 614.48 

Sewing domestic economy 646 

machine 687 

shoes 685 

tailoring 687 

Sex customs 392 

in education 376 

nature 577-8 

influence of therapeutics 615.55 
mortality public health 614.141 

origin of evolution 575*9 

production of embryology 591-36 



Sexes 
Sextant 



mental characteristics 136.1 



astron. instrument 
finding time by, horology 
Sexual ethics 

science 

selection evolution 

variation animals 
Shade and light architect, design 
Shades and shadows, descrip. geom. 515.7 
Shadows, perspective 5^5-63 

Shaft sinking, mining 622.25 

Shafting mill work 621.82 

Shaftsbury, Earl of English essays 824.51 



522.41 

529-74 
176 

612.6 

575-5 
591.156 

729.14 



Shakers 

Shakspere 

Shale 

* Shanghai 



sects 289.8 

English drama 822.33 

lithology 55252 

history 951-' 

travels 9' 511 

Sharks 597-3 

Shaw, H: W. American humor 817.46 

Shay's rebellion Mass. history 974-4 

Topics iu black face type are sub-divided. 

end of t 



Shearing tools, mechan. engineering 
Sheaths of tendons anatomy 

diseases of 
Sheep, diseases of, compar. medicine 

domestic animals 
» Sheffield 



Shelf dept. 
Shell banks 
fish 



history 

travels 

library economy 

prehist. archaeology 

business 

zoology 

Shelley, P. B. English poetry 

Shells fossil 

pre-hist. archaeology 

projectiles 

zoology 

Shelter of laboring classes, pol. econ. 

Shelton, F: W: American satire 

Shelving library building 

Shemitic languages 

Shenstone, Wi, English poetry 

Sheol eschatology 

Sheridan, R. B. B. English drama 

oratory 

Sheriffs law 

local government 

' Shetland Islands history 

travels 

Shillaber, B. P. American humor 

Shingle roofs building 

Shingles skin diseases 

Ship building 

engineering 

sociology 

diseases 

hygiene 

propulsion mechanical eng. 

railways 

Shipping and freighting, useful arts 

history of sociology 

laws 

Ships, disinfection, in contag. disease 

iron 

clad military eng. 

transportation 

Shipwrecked, rescue of, prot. of life 

Shipwrecks adventures 

life saving methods 

* Shoals, Isles of history 

travels 

Shock result of injury 

Shoemaking manufacturing 

Shoes costume 

Shone system sewerage works 

Shooting galleries architecture 

sport 

Superior fig^ures refer to the tables 
his index. 



canals 

fever 
life 



621.96 
611.75 
616.76 
619.3 

636-3 
942.74 

914.274 

025.8 

571.93 
639 

594 

821.77 

564 

571-13 
623.4 

594 

^^7-33 
022.9 

49a 

821.58 
236.4 
822.66 
825.64 

347.96 
352.2 
941. II 
914.111 

817.34 
695.1 

616.52 

699 

626.9 

386 

616.923 

613.68 

621.12 

625.9 

656 

3^7 

347.7 

614.48 

699 

623.9 

656 

614.86S 

910.4 

656 

974.2 

917.42 

617.21 

685 

391.4 
628.214 

725.89 

799 
at thm 



(550) 



INDEX 



Shops, machine architecture 

railway ** 

Short-hand 

Shortsightedness eye diseases 
Shower baths hygiene 
Shows entertainments 

public customs 
Shrimps zotflogy 

^ Shropshire, Eng. history 
adulterations 



Shrub 

Shrubbery 

Shrubs 

Shutters 

Sialagogues 

>Siam 

• Lower 

Siamese architecture 

language 

twins deformities 



725-43 
725-33 
653 

61775 
613.44 

791 
394.2 

59531 

942.45 
614.346 



landscape gardening 715 



botany 

architectural const. 

therapeutics 

history 

history 



58a 

721.87 
615.741 

959-3 

959-5 
722.4 

494 
617.35 



natural hist, of man 573.9 



• Siberia history 
Sibylline books magic 
Sicilian Norman architecture 
Sidiy ancient history 

• modern " 
Sick, food for hygiene 

headache diseases 
hospitals for 



ministry of 
parish care of 



architecture 
sacraments 



957 

^33-3 

723.45 
937.8 

945-8 
613.23 

616.857 

362.1 

725.51 

265.8 

258 



room 



domestic economy 649 



Sidereal clock and chronometer 522.51 

day chronology 529-1 

month astronomy 523-33 

chronology 529.2 

Sidney, P. English poetry 821.32 
Sieges military engineering 623.2 

* Sierra Leone, history 966.4 



Sight 



anatomy 611.84 

asylums for the blind 362.4 



diseases of 




617.7 


mental faculties 




1 52. 1 


optics 




535.7 


physiology 




612.84 


Sigismund German history 




943.027 


Sign boards advertising 




659 


language 




419.1 


painting 




698 


Signal service meteorology 




551-5 


Signals electric 




537.88 


in navigation acoustics 53483 


military military eng. 


623.7 


telegraphic 




654.9 


Signs of pregnancy 




618.22 


Sikh religion 




299.11 


Topics in black face type are 


•ab-divided. 



Sileneae botany 

' Silesia, Austria history 

' Prussia " 

Silhouettes 

Silicates mineralogy 

Silicon inorganic chemistry 

Silius Italicus, Latin epic poetry 

Silk culture 

dyeing chemical technology 

manufacture 

mills architecture 

worm agriculture 

zoology 
Silos agriculture 

Silt lithology 

Silurian age geology 
Silver inorganic chemistry 

metallurgy 

mining 

money 

ores economic geol. 

plating manufacture 
Silversmiths' work fine arts 
Silverware 



Simarubeae 
Similarity 



Simony 

Sin 

Sinai 
I 



domestic economy 

fine arts 

manufactures 

botany 

plane geometry 

Simms, W: G., American fiction 

Simonides of Ceos Greek lyrics 
Samos ** satire 
canon law 
eccles. polity 
doctrine 
ancient history 
modern ** 

Sinaitic inscriptions 

* Sinaloa, Mexico history 

« Sind, India " 

^ Sindhi language 

4 Singhalese ** 

' Singapore history 
travels 

Singers, lives of 

Singing public worship 

vocal music 

Single altitude, finding time by 

curved lines descr. geom. 

surfaces " ** 
standard coinage 

Sinking fund, finance 

Sintooism 

Sinus surgery 

Siphonophora, zoology 

Sirenia mammals 

Sirocco meteorology 

Superior flg^ureii refer to the tables 



Service 
Sirocco 

583-153 
94373 
943- '4 
741 

549.6 

546.28 

873-4 

638 

667.2 

677 
725.41 

638 

595-78 

^33 

552-52 

551.73 

546.57 
669.2 

622.34 

332.41 
553.42 
671 

739 

645 

739 
671 

583.241 
5»3-i7 

813.35 
884.4 

887.2 

348 
262.9 

2332 
939.48 

953- 1 
492.1 

972.3 
9547 

491.41 
491.48 

959.5 

91 5-95 
927.8 

264.2 
784 

529.73 
515.12 

515.14 

332-42 

336.33 
299.5 

617.23 
593.72 
599.5 
551.51 
at the 



end of tills index* 

(550 



Sisterhoods 


INDEX 




South 








Sisterhoods parochial work 


255 


Slavic philosophers' lives 


921.7 


religious orders 


271.9 


' Slavonia history 


943-93 


Sisters of Charity 


271.91 


^ Slavonic church language 


491.81 


Mercy 


271.92 


Sleep 


135 


* Sivas, Asia Turkish history 


956.5 


and rest hygiene 


613.79 


Size notation for books 


025.3 


of plants botany 


581.54 


Sizes of books, publishing 


655-53 


walking 


135 


shelf depart., lib. econ 


.025.8 


Sleight of hand 


79« 


type printing 


655.24 


Slide valves steam engines 


621. II 


Sjoberg, Erik, Swedish satire 


839.7762 


Slides, mounting of microscopy 


578.6 


Skating 


796 


Sliding friction mechanics 


531.44 


rinks architecture 


725.86 


* Sligo, Ireland history 


941.7* 


Skeleton, human 


611.71 


Slime treatment ore dressing 


622.76 


leaves fancy work 


746 


Sloth ethics 


179.8 


of animals comp. anat. 


591.49 


Sloths mammalia 


599.3 


descript. anat 


.591.79 


* Slovakian language 


491.87 


Skeletons, preparations of 


579.1 


* Slovenian " 


491.84 


Skelton, J: English poetry 


821.22 


Sluices engineering 


621.29 


Skepticism natural theology 


211 


Small-pox diseases 


616.912 


Sketching drawing 


741 


inoculation, pub. health 


614.471 


Skew arches architecture 


721.42 


public health 


614.521 


Skill, games of, amusements 


794 


Smell, nerves of anatomy 


611.86 


ethics 


175-4 


physiology 


612.86 


Skilled labor, political economy 


331.7 


senses 


152.3 


Skin absorption 


612.384 


Smelting metallurgy 


669.8 


administration of medicine by 6i 5.67 


Smith, Henrik, Danish miscellany 


839.8825 


anatomy 


611.77 


S. English essays 


824.72 


diagnosis pathology 


616.073 


Smith college, colleges for women 


376.8 


diseases " 


616.5 


Smithsonian Institution 


506 


function of physiology 


612.79 


Smoke air pollution 


614.71 


Skirmishing military science 


355 


flues heating 


697.8 


Skull anatomy 


611.91 


nuisance, sanitation 628.53 


craniology 


573-7 


Smoking ethics 


178.7 


* Skye, Scotland history 


941.17 


hygiene 


613.84 


Slags metallurgy 


669.8 


Smollett, T. G. English fiction 


823.63 


Slander ethics 


^77'Z 


Smooth muscles physiology 


612.73 


' Slang English language 


427 


Smuggling criminal law 


343 


modern English language 427.09 


Smut agriculture 


632 


Slate roofing building 


695-2 


fungi 


589.227 


Slater fund education 


V2,'7S 


* Smyrna, Asia Turkish history 


956.2 


Slates building stones 


553-54 


travels 


91 5.62 


lithology 


552-44 


Snakes 


598.12 


Slating building 


695 


Sneezing therapeutics 


61 5.726 


Slaughter houses air pollution 


614.741 


Snow meteorology 


55'.57 


industrial sanit. 


628. 549 


Soap-making air pollution 


614.744 


Slaughtering, meth. of an. hyg. 


614.97 


chemical technology 


668.1 


Slave holding slavery 


3-6 


Soapstones economic geology 


553-55 


law, fugitive " 


326.973 


Sociability animals 


591.5s 


trade 


326.1 


Social clubs 


367 


Slavery 


326 


customs, bad hygiene 


613.87 


abolition of, U. S. history 


973-7 


democracy socialism 


335.5 


American 


326.973 


distinctions ethics 


177.5 


defences of 


326.7 


rank 


929.7 


Slaves* biography 


326.92 


drinking temperance 


n^'Z 


Slavic languages 


491.8 


ethics 


177 


philosophers 


197 


evil 


176.5 



Topics in black face type are sub-cllvldefl. Superior figures refer to the tables at tlM 

end of this index. 

(552) 



INDEX 



Sisterhoods 
South 



177.8 

300 

264.7 

335 

335-973 
360 

374.4 
374.8 

256 

060 

727.9 
728.4 



Social obligations ethics 
science 
worship 
Socialism 

Socialistic communities in U. S. 
Societies 

debating 
for home study 
parish work 
general 

learned, buildings arch, 
secret " " 

* special see subject 

Society, ethics 177 

for ethical culture 170.6 

houses student life 37i>86 

' Islands history 996.2 

libraries, library economy 027.2 

of Jesus monastic orders 271.5 

the Cincinnati 369 

songs music 784.6 

Socinians heresies 273.4 

Unitarian church 288 

Sociology 300 

biography of 923 

Socrates Greek philosophy 1X3.2 

Socratic philosophy 183.3 

Soda chemical technology 661.3 

water adulterations 614.348 

chem. tech. 663.6 

parish work 256 

inorganic chemistry 546.33 

Soeurs de bon Secoups sisterhoods 271.94 

■ Sofala, Africa history 96S.1 

Sogdiana ancient history 939-6i 

Soil conditions affecting health 

public health 61477 
disinfection, in contagious dis. 614.48 

Soils agriculture 631 

Solanacete botany 58379 

Solar day chronology 529.1 

engines engineering 621.47 
observation, astron. instruments 522.56 

parallax and transit of Venus 523.92 

physics 5237 

spectrum astronomy 5-377 

system, descriptive astron. 523.2 



Sodalities 
Sodium 



year 
Soldiers' cemeteries, national 
food for hygiene 
homes architecture 
lives biography 

military science 
Sol- Fa method music 
Solidification, heat 
Solids geometry 

Topics In black face type are 



529.2 

719 

613.21 

725-59 

9235 

355 
7S4.9 

53^>43 
513.3 
•ub-dlvided* 



Solids, properties of physics 539.2 

Solitary confinement punishments 343.2 

vice ethics 1764 

Solitude 177^ 

' Solomon Islands history 993.5 

Solomon, Song of Bible 223.9 

Solos music 784.81 

Solubility theoretical chemistry 541.8 

Solution, chemical 542.6 

of plane triangles, trigon. 514.5 

spherical triangles, " 5147 

trigonom. equations 51 4.4 

Solutions quantitative analysis 545.6 



«« 



<« 



' Somali, Africa history 
' Somerset, England 
' Somme, France 
Somnambulism 
Somnambulists' lives 
Sonata organ music 

piano " 
Song festivals music 

of Solomon Bible 

the three children, 
Songbooks folk-lore 
Songs 



«« 



9677 

942.38 

944.26 

135 
920.9 

786.81 

786.41 

784.5 
2239 
229.5 
398.8 
784 



and ballads, English literature 821.04 



Sore throat 

Sores 

Sorghum 



music 
for female voices 

male " 
with music 
' Sonnets English literature 

' Sonora, Mexico history 
Sophist philosophy 
Sophocles Greek drama 

* Sorbian language 
Sorcery 

diseases 

surgery 

agriculture 

manufactures 
Sorterup, Jorgen Danish poetry 
Soteriology doctrinal theology 

hygiene 

* Soudan, Africa, history 

Egypt, 
.Soul in animals 
metaphysics 

origin of metaphysics 
Soumet, Alexandre French drama S42.71 
Soundings marine surveying 526.99 

physical geog. 551-46 

Sources of animal heat physiology 612.51 
' South Africa history 968 

America, description 918 

eccles. history 278 
geology 558 

Superior figures refer to the tables at the 



784.3 
784.88 

784.87 

784 

821 

972.1 
1 83. 1 
882.2 
491.88 

^33-4 
616.31 

. 617.24 

^33 
664.1 

839.8141 

234 
613 

966.2 

962.6 

591.51 

128 

129 



end of this Index. 

(553) 



South 




INDEX 




Star 










'South America, history 


980 


Sparring amusements 


796 




statistics 


318 


Sparta ancient history 


938-9 




498 




938.06 




travels 


giB 


Spas, buildings for architecture 


72575 


* Atlantic State*, talstor; 


975 


hygiene 


613.11 


' Australia, •' 


994.2 


Speakers oratory 


808.5 


' Carolina, U. S. " 


9757 


Speaking tubes communication 


654.8 


' Central States, Amer. hist. 976 


Specie payment banking 


33 M 




travels 


917-6 


Species, origin of 


575-8 


' Russia history 


947.7 


Specific customs taxation 


336.26 




travels 


9'4.77 


gravity chemistry 


541-3 


' Sea Islands history 


996 


of liquids physics 532.4 




travels 


919.6 


physics 


S3'. 54 


scheme stocks 


ZZ*-^ 


Specifications for building 


692.3 


' west 


U. S. history 


978 


Specifics therapeutics 


61S 




travels 


917-8 


Specimen book, priininH 


bcc-ii 


Southern Atlantic ocean 


SS'464 


Specimens, arrange, in museums 5797 


■ States U. S. history 


975 




579-5 


Soul he me, T 


English drama 


822.52 


preservation in " 


S79S 


Southey, R. 


" poetry 


821.73 


Spectacles disorders of viuon 


^'7.75 


Souvestre, £n 


riile French Bction 


843-75 


optics 


535-86 


Sovereigns' 


ivM 


933.1 


Spectres 


133- 1 


Sovereignly 


pol. science 


320.1 


Spectroscope, optics 


535-84 


Space 


astronomy 


5*314 


Spectroscopy, astronomy 


522.67 




metaphysics 


■ 14 


Spectrum analysis chemistry 


544-6 




sense physiology 


6r 2.881 


optics 


535-84 


SpadJciflorte 


botany 


584.6 


qualitative ana] 


544-6 


Spain 




3S4-46 




523-67 




antiquities 


91346 


meteors " 


5=3-57 




Aiabs in history 


946.02 


moon " 


5*3-37 




nrchitecture 


720.946 




5*3.87 




botany 


581.946 


sun 


5*3-77 




finance 


336-46 


Speculation banks 


33=.6 






5H-6 


ethics 


'74.5 




history 


946 


Speech, impediments of 


61Z.78 




maps 


gii.46 


organs of acoustics 


534-7 




acbools 


379-46 


human anatomy 61 1.3 




statistics 


314-6 


philology 


400 




travel 


914-6 




414 




treaties 


341.246 


physiology 


612.78 




other topics see tabl 


t 






'Spanish Am 


^ica history 


972 


'Speeches English oratory 


8»s 




travels 


917.2 


Spegel, Haquin Swedish poetry 


839.7133 




7=3-46 


' Spelling books, English language 


4*8.1 


Armada English history 


942.055 


phonetic, " 


4*1-4 




Spanish " 


946.04 


' reform, " " 




art 




709.46 


Spencer. Herbert, " philosophy 192.8 


Aus 


rian ascend, Ital. hist. 945.07 


Spenser, E. •■ poetry 


821.31 


inqu 


si lion, persecutions 


272.a 


Sperm cells development 


591-171 


• language 


460 


Spermatic cord anatomy 


611.63 


literature 


8O0 


diseases of 


616.68 


Phil 


gophers' lives 


921.6 


secretions phys. loSlogy 591.146 


phil 


sophy 


196 




616.69 


rule 


■ Mexican history 971.03 


Speroni, Sperone Italian drama 


852-41 


Spar 


economic geology 


553-66 


Speusippus Greek philosophy 


.84.Z 


Spark, induct 


on electricity 


537-52 


Sphagna botany 


588., 


Toploa in blMk («« tf |w •« .iib-divid»d. 


Superior HgnreB refer to the IkUm M thm 



INDEX 



South 
Star 



Spheres perspective S'S-^S 

Spherical astronomy 522.7 

coordinates astronomy 522.71 

excess triangulation 526.41 

geometry 5'3-4i 

projections, des. geom. 5x5.5 

trigonometry 5i4<6 
comput. of 

triangulation 526.44 

Sphero-conics analytical geometry 516.58 

modern " 513-58 

Spheroidal trigonometry comput. of 

triangulation 526.45 

Sphinx Egyptian mythology 299.31 

Sphygmograph diagnosis 616.071 

physiology 612.16 

* Spice Islands, history 99' -3 

Spices adulterations 614.314 

chemical technology 664.5 

Spiders zoology 595*4 

Spielhagen, F; German fiction 833.84 

Spinal cord and its meninges anat. 611.82 

functional diseases of 616.84 

physiology 612.83 

structural diseases of 616.83 

curvature 616.73 

poisons therapeutics 615.97 

Spindles stone age 571-26 

Spine, curvature of diseases 616.73 

Spinning manufactures 677 

Spinoza German philosophers 193*9 

pantheism 147 

Spirals anal, geometry 516.26 

Spires and domes, arch, construction 721.57 

architectural design 729-35 

Spirit doctrinal theology 233.5 

leveling, geodesy 526.36 

Spiritism '33-9 

Spiritual body doctrinal theology 233.5 

heredity " " 233.3 

mental characteris. 136.3 



Spiritualism 



metaphysics