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OCTOBER, 189 2.- S 


No. 53; OR VOL. VII. No. i.- 



librarian of tfjr Hnibrrsito, 



OFFICIAL. From the Corporation Records a 



General, 5; Theology and Philosophy, S ; Science, 14; 

Useful Arts, 21 ; Fine Arts, 22 ; Antiquities, 25; 

History and Geography. 17 ; Law and Sociology, 43 ; 

Philology, 50; Literature. 54. 







MM \IKII L'."'. 1892 (additional). Voted, to proceed to tin- election of a Professor of 

Law, to serve from September 1, IS'.IL', whereupon ballots being given in it appeared tliat KI-.IM 
W AM A l 1.11. LL.B.. was elected. 

'<!. to communicate this election to the Board of Overseers that they may consent thereto it' they 
see tit. 

Voted, to proceed to the election of a Slmttuck Professor of Pathological Anatoim. to serve from 
nber 1. IMC'. whereupon ballots being given in it Appeared that WILLIAM TIIOMA- ( '"i M II.M \\, 
M.D.. was elected. 

Voted, to communicate this election to the Board of Overseers that they may consent thereto if they 
see fit 

MEETING OF MAY 9, 1892. The Treasurer reported that in accordance with the wishes of the late 
.Ions WITT RANDALL, who graduated from the College in the year 1834, and from the Medical School 
in the year I*:59. his sister, Miss BELINDA L. RANDALL, had given to the College his large collection of 
engravings, gathered by him to illustrate the history of the art of engraving; also the sum of x.'liumo to 
establish the John Witt Kandall Fund, the income of which is to he used so far as it may he needed for 
the care and preservation of his engravings, and the surplus income at the discretion of the 1'resident 
and Fellows for the general purposes of "the department of Engraving and allied branches of the Fine 
Arts." It was thereupon 

Voted, that the thanks of the President and Fellows be sent to Miss KAM>AI.L. with the assurance 
that the wishes of her brother will be faithfully carried out as to the arrangement and care of his 
collection to illustrate the history of the art of engraving, and that the income of the John Witt Kandall 
Fund will be used in accordance with the terms of her gift as stated by the Treasurer. 

The Treasurer reported that he had received through Professor JAMI> several gift- toward.- the 
salary of the new Professor of Experimental Psychology, and that other gifts for the same purpose 
would probably be received. It was thereupon 

Voted, that the thanks of the President and Fellows be sent to each giver and that the recon' of each 
gift be made upon the Donation Book of the College. 

The Treasurer reported that he hud received from HKNKV EVI.I.I.MI HIM. Esq., U executor of the 
will of EDWIN CONANT. the sum of 85000 in full payment of the bequest for the Divinity School, and 
securities of the value of 827,700 in full payment of the bequest for the Library. 

Tlie Treasurer reported that he had received from EVAN Hi MM ll<irM\s 81CO as a repayment with 
interest of scholar-hip money received by him while a student in the Law School, and it a> 

Voted, that said sum be credited to a new account for the Law School to be called Scholarship money 

:\ed from tin- executors of the will of the l{ev. FI:I MI KI. K l-'i;oi HIM. ii VM of a 

beque-t made by him to the I'niver-ity, as follows : " I give and devise unto the Harvard University 
at Cambridge in the at-.ri -aid State of Massachusetts the sum of thirty thousand dollars currency of the 
United States of America to found a Professorship in the Theological School at Cambridge and to be 
called tin- Frnthiiighaiii Professorship. I would prefer it to be of Ecclesiastical History but will leave 
the branch of Theoluiric study to be determined by the need- of the MM. This Profess,, r >hip must 
nee: ttoanyti 'icr as regards itn Incumbent or the Students attending his or 

her iti'tructioiift on pain of forfeiture of the Meanest. In which case it shall n-\ert to my residuary heir.-. 
V. School here meant is that i-misi-crated by the memory of the Ware*, ('banning ami 
Parker " And it wan thereupon 

' that the bequest for the Frothingham Professorship in the Harvard Dixinity School be urate- 
fulb '"IKIM the term* named in the will of the |J. \ . Fi;i in i:i< K l-'i:o i IIIN..II \ M. and that the 

T D'-puty Treasurer be aiithori/.ed to give a receipt for the money in such form a- the 
u tori may r. >, . 

from the Committee on Road* and Mridgcn of the City of Cambridge for a modification of 
the offer made by the College in relation to the widening of Harvard Sin, ,-\ -h -red but not 



Voted, to proceed to the election of a Professor of Political Economy, to serve from March 1, 1892, 
whereupon ballots being given in it appeared that FRANK WILLIAM TAUSSIG, Ph.D., was elected. 

Voted, to communicate this election to the Board of Overseers that they may consent thereto if they 
see fit. 

Voted, to appoint FRANK BEVERLY WILLIAMS, A.M., Instructor in Roman Law for 1892-93. 

Voted, that the Class of 1844 be allowed to place a mural tablet in memory of their classmate General 
EDWARD A. WILD upon the eastern wall of the south vestibule of the cloister at the west end of 
Memorial Hall. 

MKF.TING OF MAY 28, 1892. Boylston Prizes for Elocution were awarded as follows : First prize 
and SETMOCR L. CROMWELL, Seniors. 

Voted, that the thanks of the President and Fellows be sent to Mrs. HENRY DRAPER of New York 
for her additional gift of 8833.33 received May 14, 1892, towards the expenses at the Observatory of 
Harvard University on account of the Draper Memorial. 

The Treasurer reported that he had received from Mr. WINSLOW WARREN SEVER the sum of $22.98 
to cover expenses in relation to the Sever portraits recently given by him to the College, and said sum 
was gratefully accepted. 

The Treasurer reported that he had received from the estate of Mrs. ELIZABETH FOGG the sum of 
000 in part payment of her bequests for building and maintaining the William Hayes Fogg Art 
Museum of Harvard College, and said sum was gratefully accepted. 

The Treasurer reported that he had received through Professor SARGENT the sum of 1000 as a gift 
for the improvement of the Arboretum from Mr. ARTHUR W. BLAKE, and the same was gratefully 

The Treasurer reported that he had received from Mr. FREDERICK L. AMES the sum of 88333.33 as 
the first annual instalment of his gift of 25,000 for the improvement of the Arboretum, and the same 
was gratefully accepted. 

The Treasurer reported that Professor SARGENT had subscribed the sum of $10,000 to be spent by 
himself upon books for the Arboretum during the next three years if possible, the accounts and vouchers 
for such purchases to be submitted to the Treasurer of the College from time to time for due credit on 
his subscription. This offer from Professor SARGENT was gratefully accepted. 

It is understood that all the gifts for the improvement of the Arboretum recently reported to the 
Corporation are to be credited to a special construction account for the Arboretum, and to be used at the 
discretion of Professor SARGENT for improvements or in part towards a permanent endowment. 

The Treasurer reported that he had received from Mr. GEORGE A. GARDNER the sum of |i 
as a gift to the Geological Department for their collection of photographs, and the gift was gratefully 

The Treasurer reported that he had received from an anonymous friend of the Botanical Department, 
through Professor GOODALE, the sum of 84500, of which 82000 is to be added to the Herbarium Fund 
and *2500 is for present use at the Botanic Garden, and it was thereupon 

Votid, that the thanks of the President and Fellows be sent through Professor GOODALE to the 
anonymous giver for these generous and timely gifts. 

Voted, that the thanks of the President and Fellows be sent to the Technological Museum of Sydney, 
New South Wales, through Mr. J. H. MAIDEN, Curator, for the gift to the Botanical Department of 
Harvard University of a large and authentically named collection of woods, fruits, tan-barks, and other 
economic products, illustrating Mr. MAIDEN'S work "Useful Native Plants of Australia." 

Voted, that the thanks of the President and Fellows be sent to the Botanic Gardens, Gordon Town, 
Jamaica, through Mr. W. FAWCETT, for the gift to the Botanical Department of Harvard University of 
a large collection of specimens of useful vegetable products of the Tropics. 

The President reported a gift to the College Library from Mr. LESLIE STEPHEN, through Professor 
NORTON, of the original manuscript of Thackeray's " Roundabout Papers," and it was thereupon 

Voted, that the thanks of the President and Fellows be sent to Mr. LESLIE STEPHEN for his interest- 
ing and valuable gift. 

T 'oted, that the income of the Conant bequest for the Divinity School shall be credited to the Divinity 
School as unrestricted income. 

Voted, that until further order of this Board one quarter of the income of the Conant bequest for the 
College Library shall be used for books, and three quarters of the income for the general purposes of 
the Library. 


that tin- Treasurer be authori/ed to have openings made through tin- interior walls of the 
<'ollci;c buildings in such manner as he may think practicable for additional means of escape in case 
of fir. 

Voted, to appoint as members of tin- University Council: JUSTIN WIN-OR, LL.D. ; WIUIVM 
HOPKINS TIM isi.ii \-i . A P..: \\"IIII\M ( 'ooi.iix, i I.\M. A. I',.: FI;\\K P.OI.I.IS. LL.H. 

'. to establish a Professorship of Economic History. 

Voted, to communicate this vote to the Board of Overseers that they may consent thereto if they 
see tit. 

Voted, to proceed to the election of a Professor of Economic History, to serve from September 1, 
- whereupon ballots bcini; given in it appeared that WU.I.IAM .1 \ \i i - .\-\\\ \ ^ , A.M., was elected, 
to communicate this election to the Board of Overseers that they may consent thereto if they 

see fit. 

Voted, to reappoint the following Instructors for 1892-93 : MAX P<u.i.. Ph.D., in German; MAXIME 
BOCHER, Ph.D.. in Mathematics; Tm:oi>oi;i HI.M KII.S, in French. 

Voted, to appoint the following Instructors from September 1. ls!>L>: EDWARD CUMMINGS, A.M., in 
Sociology; WILLIAM FOQG Osooon, Ph.D.. in Mathematics. 

. to appoint Cnuu.i> GROSS, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of History for five years from 
September 1, 1892. 

Voted, to appoint JOHN WOLFF, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Petrography for five years 
from September 1. 1892. 

Voted, to appoint M VI.KS STANDISH, M.D., Assistant in Ophthalmology for 1892- '.'.". 

The resignation of FRANK BIGELOW TARHKLL, Ph.D., as Instructor in Greek and Latin, to take 
effect at the end of the current academic year, was received and accepted. 

The resignation of JOHN RITCHIE, Jr., as Assistant in the Astronomical Observatory was received 
and accepted. 

Voted, to establish two additional Morgan Fellowships of 8400 each, to lie awarded under the same 
terms and conditions as the six of $500 each previously established. 

Voted, to establish eight additional University Scholarships in the Lawrence Scientific School, to be 
available for students at the time of their entrance. 

MEETING OF MAT 81, 1892. Voted, that until further order of this Board all Assistants in Physics 
be allowed to take free instruction in Mathematics as well as Physics. 

Voted, tit appoint the following Assistants in Physics for 1892-93: AIMIIIK KKSDRICK; CLEMENT 
COLI.I.-TI.K Ih hi.. 

Voted, to appoint S<H.,S IHVIM; HAII.KV. A.M.. Assistant Professor of Astronomy for five years 
from the tinn- he leave- the United States to take charge of the station at Arcquipa. 

Voted, to appoint Ai riiuv-i; BRL*N Instructor in French for 1892-93. 

Voted, to appoint }'.. CIHUI.K.N Hi. UK Lecturer on English Literature for 1892-93. 

Voted, to re.ju.-t Mr. WINS,, it, the Librarian, to take charge of the archives of the University, and to 
sort, select, and* arrange them; and that for this purpose he he allowed a clerk at a salary of $1000 
a year. 

Voted, to amend the standing rules and orders of the President and Fellows and the Board of Over- 
Mere by inserting the word Cycling" after the word "Lacrosse" in the list of Athletic Associations. 

MEETING OF JUNE 4, 1892. Voted, to grant the request ..f ProfcsM.r OBOBOI M. L*M for leave 
of absence for the academic year lv.i2-98, in accordance with the rule- established by this Hoard 
May 81, 1880. 

Treasurer reported that he bad received throu-h Professor GOOI.AI.I. the sum of $1000 as a -itt 
from Hf.Mtr LEB, Esq., for immediate use for the Botanic Garden and Museum, and the same WM 
gratefully accepted. 

Voted, to reappoint M M 1:1. . II. ,u i u,. HARDSON, M.D., Assistant Professor of Anatomy for five 
years fron. 

/, to proceed to the election of a Professor of Engineering, to serve from September 1, : 
wher-ii|H>n ballot* bein k'iven in it appeared that \Vn i IVM Ih sin P.riti: was elected. 

Voted, to communicate thi- election to the Hoard of Overseers that they m : ,v .-..iisriit thereto if they 
| ft 

VoUti i to the . -l.-.-t i-m of an Associate Professor of PhjdologJT, to serve from September 1. 

1892, whereupon ballot* being given in it appeared that WILLIAM HENRY HOWBI.I.. M D VM -I. < -t. d. 

[For the contintuUon of these Record* tec p. 83.] 



%* This list of accessions includes (1) nearly all the recently published books and pamphlets that 
are received (except annual reports, periodical publications, continued works, etc. received regularly 
from time to time), and (2) the more extensive and important works of earlier date. 

Anonymous works relating to a person are entered under the name of the person indented. 

Accessions to the several department libraries are indicated by heavy-faced letters after the titles 
as follows : 

AH. American History Class Room. 

AO. Astronomical Observatory. 

BG. Botanic Gard. (Herbarium Lib.) 

BI. Bussey Institution. 

Bot. Lab. Botanical Laboratory. 

Class. Classical Department. 

DS. Divinity School. 

FA. Fine Arts Department. 

Geol. Lab. Geological Laboratory. 

Germ. German Class Room. 

Hist. Historical Department. 

JPL. Jefferson Physical Laboratory. 

LS. Law School. 

Math. Mathematical Class Room. 

Min.Lab. Mineralogical Laboratory. 

MS. Medical School. 

Mus.Dep't. Department of Music. 

MZ. Museum of Comparative Zoology. 

PE. Political Economy Class Room. 

Ph.G.Lab. Physical Geography Laboratory. 

Philos. Philosophical Class Room. 

PM. Peabody Museum of Archaeology. 

Sanskr. Department of Sanskrit. 

SL. Library of Semitic Department. 

SQ. Social Questions Class Room. 

SS. Lawrence Scientific School. 

ZL. Zoological Laboratory. 

I. General. 

(Including Bibliography.) 

Art (L') & 1'idee ; revue contemporaine du dilet- 
tantisme litteraire et de la curiosite. Publiee par 
Octave Uzanne. No. 1. 20 Jan. 1892. m. Paris. 
1892. 1. 8. Col. plate, portrs., and icdcis. 

To be continued. VIII. 145.4 

The successor of Le litre moderne published by the same 
editor during 1890 and 1891. 

Athens, Greece Ethnikebibliotheke. "E/c#o-si 
Toiv Kara TO ITOS 189091 TreTrpay/iei'wv Trpos 

TO (. TWV tKK\r}<Tia.CrTlKlJi)V KO.I TT)S Or)fJ.O(Tia.S 

VTrovpyeiov, VTTO Fewpyt'ou Kwv- 
'Ev 'A^vai?. 1891. 8. IV. 3754 

Aufrecht, (Simon) Theodor. Catalogus cata- 
logorum ; an alphabetical register of Sanskrit works 
and authors. Printed for the German oriental so- 
ciety. Leipzig. 1891. 4. pp. viii., 795. 

List of the works employed, pp. iii.-vii. IV. 3778 

Boston (Mass.) book company. Check-list 
of American and English periodicals ; including 
all journals indexed in Poole's Index to periodical 
literature, and supplements to 1891, inclusive; 
with the titles of some 75 leading magazines not 
yet included in Poole. Boston. 1892. 4. pp. 32. 

D 25.11 

Cambridge, Jfass. Public library. Cata- 
logue of books in foreign languages. 1891. Cam- 
bridge. 1891. 1.8. pp. (4), 40. DR. 3.44.3 

Cesnola, Alessandro PALMA DI. Catalogo di 
manoscritti italiani esistenti nel museo britannico 
di Londra. [With appendices consisting of arti- 
cles relating to the history of Italy.] Torino. 
1890. 8. " IV. 3795 

Copinger, Walter Arthur. Incunabula biblica, 
or The first half century of the Latin Bible ; being 
a bibliographical account of the various editions of 
the Latin Bible between 1450 and 1500. With an 
appendix containing a chronological list of the edi- 
tions of the sixteenth century. London. 1892. 
f. oifac-sims. 27 Case. 358 

Only 250 copies printed. 

Cornell university, Ithaca. JV. Y. Exercises 
at the opening of the library building; containing 
a description of the building, the address of H. W. 
Sage, etc. Oct. 7, 1891. Ithaca. X. Y. 1891. 4". 
pp. 56. Front., plans, portrs., and it-dels. 

IV. 3835 

Descriptive index of current engineering litera- 
ture. Published by the board of managers of the 
association of engineering societies. Vol. i. Chi- 
cago. [1892.] 8. SS. 

Contents: i. 1884-1891. 

Dibdin, Thomas Frognall. The bibliographical 
decameron ; or, Ten days pleasant discourse upon 
illuminated manuscripts, and subjects connected 
with early engraving, typography, and bibliogra- 
phy. 3vol. London. 1817. 1.8. Plates. portrs., 
fac-sims., and icdcts. *IV. 3809 


Du Boi. Henri 1'etie. Four private libraries 

k: a contribution to tin- history ..I' 

bitdiophili-m in America. 1st series. 1'rcfaee by 

me. New -York. 1SU2. 8". l-'mnt.. 

plnttt. fnc-sini., and A *IV. 3753 


Tl,,. ) are those ni' Chan. Jolh Bavolllot, 

r. i |). i ..!( -:, :iu,l Valentino 
EparchoN. Antonios. Catalogue des manuscrits 

I'Antotne fcparqoe. 1 :>:'*. 1'ar II. omont. 

1 -._'. S". pp. 18. IV. 3815 

. >,,i,/,x, aimer 

18W, t. li.i." 

Farrer, James Austin. Book- condemned tn 

IK- I. unit in (Jreat Britain!. London. 1S'.2. 

> The !!<" K-i.n\ i i:'s library.) IV. 3782 

Fie ay, Frederick (lanl. A biographical chroni- 
ele of the English drama, i:..v.i-iiU2. 2 vol. Lon- 
<l..n. l-.'l. 8. 10444.7.2 

Foster. Joseph. Alumni oxonienses : the mem- 
ber- of tin- uiiivi-rsity of Oxford. i:>ui>-1714 : their 
parentage, birthplace, and year of birth, with a 
record of tlirir degrees. Heing tin- matriculation 
: of tin- university, alphabetically arranged. 
. an 1 annotated. 4vol. Oxford. <1c. IS'.M 
1. 8. Pier 1. 560.10 

Gatfield, < M u; - . < iuidc to printed books and 
manuscript- relating to Kmjish and foreign heraldry 
and ^i-m-alo^v, being u classified catalogue of works 
of those branches of literature. London. IMUL'. 
8. pp. (4). ;:. DR. 3.354 

Only 300 copic |irinti->l." 

Gilbert. II. M.. mul Godwin, (icorjre N.dMin. 
Hibliotbi-ca liantonifii-is : a li-^t of books relating 
to Mampsliire. including; macaxine relt-rencrs. \c. 
Witli an additional li-t nf llani])shirc nrw.spaprrs 
bv F. K. Kdu.ird-. [ls'.l.| 8. 


Hackley public library, Muskfijim . Midi ii/an . 

..-jition, Oct. i;.. iv.ti).;i,idn 1 r. \v. Palmer. 

: cnrn- r -torn-. Mav L'".. l-s'.i. addn-ss of 

'din. CUcagO. IM'.M. H". jip. (2), 

.M. /.,/ o/O //. - dwdcti. IV.3767 

"A (rt-<- putilii- liliniry iiml rciulin^ PHHH Iniiiiilftl liv 


Hain. I.udui'.'. U.-pt-rtoriiim l>ildioL, r rapliicum. 

Die drncki-r d > \\. jalirlmnderts mil 

< liroiiolu^i-i-lier aiilTnhrunu' ilirer w.-rke /ii>am- 

tiirn-ti-llt \on K. Hnrji'T. Lfipxijr. is'.M. 8. 

< s i i: M 111 v i i tur liibliotlu k-w. -en. 1'icihefte, 

.) IV. 2736.2 

Hayn. lluv'" Hibliotheea niTiiianonim nup- 

tiali - \oll ein/eltlriicken deill-eher 

lioeh/eitifi-iliebte illld llocll/.eit -( hel /.( in |. 

Ton mitte de.. \vi. jahrliundert- bis /ur neu/.eit. 

Mil iillfllrrkllli 'e Mill bibliothekell. Illld 

tnarktpn-i-en. Koln a. Kli. 1H1>0. wj. 1C,". ],|,. vi., 
89. IV. 3766 

/'..;.' (irunili / :. . - / .;. i 
dentM-h^n littrnUiir' tiinl IU\n' ' llil>li<>tlu < .1 _ i u. HI..HIMI 

H*litt. Willi:uii Care ,/,', \ manual for 

tin- i,llec|i,r ami amaleur of old Kn^li-b play-: 

I from tin- material fornie.! by Kirkinan. 

Lm Oldys, and Halliwell-Phillipps, 

wit' 1 MX! c.irr. < IIMII-. Lomlon. 

1892. M, 14492.3 

-UOcoptc*. No. 9." 

Heilprin, Louis. The historical reference 
book; comprising a chronological table () f uni- 
versal historv. a chronological dictionary of uni- 
versal history, a biographical dictionary : with 
U'eom'apliicMl note-. ,".d i-d., revised. New York. 

L89S. 8. DR. 138.9 

Heredia, Kicardo, count iff 
Catalogue de la hibliotheqiie de Kicanlo Hen-dia 
[including the Whole Of the r.itilioteca de Sah a." 
To be for sale from the L'L'd to the .".nth of M 
1891, and from the Kith to the iT-th of Ma\ . 1- 
i'\ ii'']it. L'pt. Paris. 1S1I1H1.'. 1. S". ltft>HM. 

IV. 3802 

t'niiti ntn : \. 'I'lii'-iiln^ic, jiirisprutlriifi', -ci.-nr,-, 
divers, beaux-arte, livrea illustiV's. ii. Hdlcs-li 


Hiiirichsnn, Adolf. Das literarische Deut-cli- 
laml. Mit einer einleitung von C. Beyer. 2 e ver- 
mehrte uml verliesserte antl. Berlin, etc. 18IU. 
1. 8. pp. xxvi., (2), col. 1472. B 42.36 

Hutton, Laurence. From the hooks of Lau- 
rence Mutton. New York. 1892. 16. Vort. 

IV. 3843 

Cnii tentu : On s< ...... Aincrii-ui 1>o<ik-|>liitr. < >n (ir;uitr- 

cri-in :iinl the (inmirrntt-s. On the portraits of M:ity. 
(|iHM'ii of Sc'ot-. On -OIMC |ioi-tr:ut inscriptions. On port- 
iciil ili-tlifatiiins. On poetieul inscription-. 

Iconographio encyclo])a'tlia (The) of the arts 
and science.- : translated from the (ierinanof the 
Uililer-atlas i Icoiio";ra])liische encyclo]>a'die i . re- 
\i-ed and enlarged by American specialists. Vol. 
i.-vii. 7vol. Philadelphia. [1886-1)0.] L8". 
Fronis. and CKJ plates. DR. 366.4 

--. - i. Anthropology. Kthnolofry. Kthnoirnipliy. 
1886. ii. PrehUtoric archsBoIogy. History of eultun-. UN, 
iii. Si-iilptiire and painting.' 1SS7. iv. Architcctiin-. 
]s-v v. ( 'oiistniftivf art-; Imihlini: and en^incfrin^. 
l--'.i. vi. Applied iiii'chanicx. 181K). vii. 1'rincipi 

f,'eolo^\. L( 

Jastrow, Ignaz. Handbuch zn litteraturbe- 
richten ; im anschlnss an die Jalireslifriclitr <l> r 
getchichttiffiuentckafl hearbeitet. Herlin. ls:i]. 
8. DR. 3.487.2 

An I'lahorati' i-olh'clion of in-trnct ions anil exanip!' 
tin 1 truiilain-c of the collal'orator- in the ./'//</. /.. rirf,'- 

Ii luifl, with classilini list of historical prri- 
oclical-, and li-t "t al.lii.-vialion- to ! nnploM-d. 

Johns Hopkins university, /Sulti/mire, M<1. 
Bihlio";raphia liopkin-ien-is. l>7t; 1MM. 1't. i. 
Baltimore. 1SH2. 8. IV. 379O 

i. I'hiloloK.v. 

This bibliography " is Intended to [nclnde the impo. .mt 

pnlilieatioii- of pri scnl ami fornirr ineiiilirrs of the acadcinic 
Stall' ilnrinir the pei-ioil of their c-oiineetion with tin- univi-r- 

. full hihlioirraphy of prr-rnt :in<l former I. 
anil ^', 1 

Kntholischcr literaturkaleiider : herai. 

ben von lleinrieh Keiter. i' r . ii' r jahri:. 2 vol. 

iisburu'. 1 *'.>! '.'-'. 11 and -in. S". 1',,,-h's. 

To ),! i-otitiiuieii. C 36.22 

Keyaser, Atlolf. /ur ireschiehtlichen >iml 

land^-kiindlitdieii bildio^rapliie tier Kheinprovinz. 

Kiiln. l^'.'l. H". jip. \i.. -IC. (COUX 

stinii hihlinth, A. VerdffenUichnngen, 4.) 


'lie liililiotrriililii'-iil ork- inn 
lo Klieni-li hitor\ ami i;. oy. .iph\ . 

Kimberley, f'npf Colony I'nl./i,- i< 

.l.iu'iie of the librarx ; < om|iiletl bv P. M. Lau- 
rence. Lomlon. iv.if. 8. IV. 3799 

Koopmnn. Marry Lyman. Bildiuui aphy of 
leuru'e 1'erkins Mar-h. Burlington. \t. I .-::'. 
s , IV. 3797 


Leisure hour (The). 1852-1890. w. and 771. 
39 vol. London. 1852-90. 1. 8. Illvstr. 
To be continued. VIII. 474 

Literary digest (The) ; a repository of con- 
temporaneous thought and research as presented 
in the periodical literature of the world. Vol. i. 
.May Nov. 1890. u: New York. 1890. 4 . 

IX. 188 

The first number was published March 1, the second, 
May 3, since which date it appeared weekly, the last number 

Ijvre nioderne (Le) ; revue du nionde litteraire 

ft des bibliophiles contemporains. Publiee par 

Octave Uzanne. i.-iv. ls'.0-18'.H. w. 4 torn. 

Paris. 1S!)0-91. 8. Portrs., plates, inlets., etc. 

nore published. VIII. 14.3.2 

" 1050 exemplaires. N> . 

The successor of Le litre, published bv the same editor 
from 1SSO t.> 

For continuation, see L'art et fidee. 

Table generate 1890-1891; dressee par 

Michel Mourlevat. Paris. 1892. 8. VIII. 145.3 

MacAlister, James. Supplement to the cata- 
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reference in the office of the superintendent of 
public schools, board of public education, Phila- 
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DR. 3.377.2 

Massachusetts historical society. Enlarge- 
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1890. 8. pp. 7. DS. 

Medina, Jose Tori bio. Bibliotheca americana ; 
catalogo breve de mi coleccion de libros relativos 
a la America latina, con un ensayo de bibliografia 
de Chile durante el periodo colonial. Santiago de 
Chile. 1888. 16. 1322.53 

Messina, Italy I'niversita. Catalogo dei 
lavori pubblicati dai professor!, dai liberi docenti, 
dagli assistenti e dagli studenti, nel decennio dai 
1877 al 18SO--7. Ifemnu. 1887. 8. IV. 3796 

Motta, Emilio. Bibliografia del suicidio. Bel- 
linzona. 1890. 8. IV. 3793 

Nessel, Daniel vox. Catalogus sive recensio 
specialis omnium codicum manuscriptorum grae- 
corum nee non linguarum orientalium augustU- 
simae bibliothecae caesareae vindobonensis : accedunt 
non solum indices verum etiam appendix. (} j>t. in 
2vol. Vindobona?, etc. 1690. f. Front., plaits, 
portrs.. and wilcts. IV. 3805 

Half-title : "Breviarium & supplementum Commenta- 
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Nevada State library. Catalogue of the li- 
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IV. 3774 

New York ( City} Holland society. Catalogue 
of the works of Grotius and of books relating to 
him presented to the society by K. B. Roosevelt. 
[New York? 1890?] 1. 8. pp". 28. IV. 3772 

O'Donoghne. David J. The poets of Ireland; 
a biographical dictionary with bibliographical par- 
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Papadopoulos-Kerameus, A. ' Iepoo-oAv/u- 
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Icpoo-oAv/ioov Kai Traces UaAaio-Ttvi/s airoKet- 
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Pellechet, . Catalogue des incunables et 

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1889. 8. Wdcts. IV. 3768 

Pennsylvania State library. Check-list of 
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Pilling, James Constantino. Bibliography of 

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1271.10.2, also BG. 

Quaritch, Bernard. A catalogue of Bibles, 
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1891. 1. 8. LR. 

This is supplement iii. of his General eatalopue. 

Quaritch, Bernard, publisher. Contributions 
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books are chiefly met with in England. Pt. i. 
London. 1892. 1. 8 n . Port, of Pirkheimer and 
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Cvnttnto : i. The libraries of Thomas Cranmer, arch- 
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of Nuremberg, 1470-1530. 

Reqnin, , fabbe. Origines de rimprimerie 

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IV. 3794 

' Extrait du Journal general de rimprimerie et de la 

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Revue des bibliotheques. Publication men- 
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Roth. F. W. E. Die Mainzer buchdrucker- 
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Johann Schoffer, 1503-1531. des Peter Schoffer 
des jiingeren. 15its_i,-,42. und des Ivo Schoeffer, 
1531-1555. Leipzig. 1892. 8. (CEXTRAI.BLATT 
fiir bibliothekswesen. Beihefte. 9.) IV. 2736.3 

Slater, John Herbert. The library manual : a 
guide to the formation of a library, and the valua- 
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1.8U2. sm. 8. DR. 3.267 

Smart, Thomas Burnett. The bibliography of 
Matthew Arnold. London. 1892. 8'". 23433.44 

United States Bureau of education. A cata- 
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Vismara, Antonio (6. 1839). Material! per 
una bibliografia del generate Giuseppe Garibaldi, 
premessevi le date cronologiche degli avvenimenti 
principal! della sua vita. Coino. iv.'l. 8. Port, 
of Garibaldi. (CoLLEzioxe storico -bibliografica, 

IV. 3800 

Yale review (The) ; a quarterly journal of his- 
torv and political science. Vol. i. no. 1. May. 

1892. Boston, etc. 1892. 8. 18^.24 
To be continued. 

essor to A'eir Englander and Yale recieic. 


TO THK l-II'-i; \KV. 

II. Theology and Philosophy. 

Abirlardus ( /V. Ai:\n \KI> <; Ar.ri vi:i> . IV- 
trus. Ahaclards 1121 /ii Soi-son- vrrurthciltcr 
Tractatus de imitate ct trinitatc ilivina: aufj, r e- 
iim-icn mnl crstmals hrraiisiri-u'flini MHI Hcmi-riiis 
St."d/le. Freiburg ini P.rci--au. <t<: IS'.'l. 1. P2". 

III. 6665 

Abbott. L\ man. Tlic evolution of ( 'liristianity. 
[ Lecture- delivered before tin- Lowell in-titute. ] 
Ho-toti, ft, M. S". DS. 

Abbott, 'I'ln>in;i> Kimr-mill. F..--a\ s chiefly on 
the original texts of tin- Old ami New Testaments. 
London. ls:tl. 8. DS. 

Ameer All, Syr<l. The life ami teachings of 
Mohammed. or The spirit of Islam. London. ]s'.i| . 
8. pp. x\i.. (',77. Sem. 456 

Arreat. Lncien. P-\ c -l.olo^ie dii printrc. 
Pari-. I-'.IL'. 8. III. 6852 

Arm moriendi; that is to sayc, the craft for to 

r tin- helthe of maiincs sou lc. Photolitho- 

U'raph of the unique and perfect ropy, printed about 

14!1 by William Caxton or Wynkeii dc Wordr. 

. (! in tin' liodlcian library. ( >.\ford. Issued, 

with an introductory note, bv K. \V. H. Nicholson. 

London, tic. [1891?] 8". " pp. 7, (17). <!. /,. 

([Boin.i i\\ facsimile scries. I.]) III. 6765 

Avenariuti, liiclmrd. l)er mcnschlirhe wclthc- 
Rriff. Lcip/itr. 1*91. 8. III. 6813 

Bachmann. Johannes. Ernst Wilhelm Hengs- 
tcnherg: sein leheii mid wirken narli gcdmckteii 
mnl miu'rdriirktcii <|iic)leii darjfestcllt. i er , ii er 
bd.: iii' r bd. Narh .] . Harhmanns tode darire- 
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Badaud, I'. N. Coup d'n'il sur les tliauma- 

t l.-s incdimns ilu xi.\ sierle. Paris, dr. 

l^'-'l III. 6848 

Batiffol, 1'ierrc. I'nbhi'. 1,'abbaye de Kossano; 
rontriliiition a I'lii-toire dr la Vaticane. Paris. 
l-'-'l I'"/"- III. 6850 

Batiffol, Pierre. r,ii,i,i . editor. Studia jiatris- 
.ncieiiiie litterature cbreticnne. 
f.-uc. 2 fuse. Paris. 1889-90 

III. 5820 

Beckett, \V ; 1I. The Knjflish reformation of 
t'-ciith century, with chapters on monastic 
I. and the \V\cliffite reformation. London. 

1890. -:n - . /'-.,-/,.<. and uiiijut. ( The i II rum 

*, 7.) III. 6876 

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Itrnxelle- ''uirty: 


I'l Mil- .in XVI- Mi-,-1. . , ,,i, ,|, I'.iinv 


Bellesheim. Alph-c ichte der katho- 

. kirrhe in Irland \..n der einfiihrnii'.' .1. s 

- auf die tfi-iteiiwarl. :'. bdc. 

I i,rt. ,,f (II, rr, 

III. 6663 

r-UurrrrwirhnUn," J. xix.-xxxll.; ii. xxiii. 

I.VOB. 18BO ii. 1JXW-1QM. 1890. HI. 

Bovan. Anthony Ashley. A short commentary 
on the book of Daniel. Cambridge [Eng.]. 1892. 
8. DS. 

Bible. Ezekiel. Eng. (1892.) The book 
of the prophet K/ekicl : with notes and introduc- 
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London, ./h>i /tin//-. \:, t'. or I ."..".( i. ] sin. S". //./,. 
Wdcis. *III. 6825 

A dctiiilr-i niiiiitinn is jri\cii in Frx's " Blbliommpblca] 

deBCrlption of tin- i-ilili(iu nl' (hi' New' Tr-tuiiiriit," p. 14'J, 
in>. 2H. Only ilin-r {'o|iirs wriv known to Kry, lii> own, mi-' 
in tho Hritish museum, :incl our in tlic Lenox lilu-ury, all 
impi'i-t'ci't. Tin' prc-nii ropy, (1ST II'.). hi.'k- all aftc'r tlic 
<.i>v|i"l ol .John, lint lia- scvi'ii leaver :il ihc licL'innin 
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ami the four i-on-i'spondin^ unnumbered la<t leaves of the 
-:imi- siirnaturc. No till.' ]iau r e i- known. Tlir fir-it pa>re, 
which should lie markeil *.ii. contains "An almana. k 
\xviii. yeares." (M.D.I, to M.D.l.xxvii.) The m-xt -i\ 
IIIILTI s contain " The kalemler," alter which lollows "A talile 
to fimle | the Kpi-tlc-s and iro<|ieN read | in the chiirche of 
Fiitrlande, at the holye | Coinniunion," -even pap--, with 
"Theliokes coutayneil ill | the liewe Te-tanieilt " added oil 
the la-t pai;r. 

"A Talile of the | principal matters ron-|teyned in thys 
new Testa-|inent. (lathered hy .1. C." begOU on the in-'xt 
JiafTe (the first in tin- other CODitM ileseriheil). The signature 
is *.!!. (a tailecl star, not the simple six- pointed star of the 
first leaves), that of the next paire i< 4 Mi (an error, e\ ideiitly), 
the next, J*.iii., the next, ^.iiii. ' In other i - col- 

latiou is correct, except that "declaration" should he " de- 
claraeion " on J 7 vi r-o. 

This copy lieliiiip'il to liciitlcy Masslich, who presented it 
to J. B. Harrison, of Franklin 'Kail-, N. II. Mr. llani-on 
Lrave it to the College Lihrary. 

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sultant (Jreek Testament, exhibiting the text in 
which the majority of modern editors are airrccd. 
and containitm the readings of Stephen- l.V.n . 
Lachmann, Trc^clles. [and others]. l!y If. F. 
\Veymouth. \Vitli an introduction by the lord 
bishop of Worcester, ('heaped. London. I*!'!'. 
-m. S". jip. viii., iii.-xix., (ill. DS. 

Bible. Join,. (ierm. (1890.) Has vierte 
c\ anu'eliiim : ein autbcntischer bericht iiber Jesus 
\on Na/areth. \\icdcrhcrLrc-tcllt. iiberset/t mnl 
erkliirt von II. K. II. Deltl'. Iliisum. l-:n. 


Supplement. See Delff, II. K. II. Nene 

beitriifie /iir kritik mid erkliirmii: des vierten 

c\atiireliiiins. I^'.HI. 8. DS. 

Blake, .Ianie> Vila. A grateful spirit, and other 

sermons. Chicago. l^'.Ki. sm. S". III. 6680 

Blake, .lames \'ila. Happiness from thoughts, 

and other sermons. ('hicai;o. is'.M. sm. S". 

III. 6681 

Bradahaw. Henry (1881 1886). Statutes ,,f 
Lincoln cathedral, arranged, \\itb illiistralive doc- 
uments. Kdited bv Clir. Word-worth. Pt. i. 
L8M. 8, iiv/'V. III. 6831 

mt*: i. I.iln-r nicer; with lirml-haw' 

Bernarda ' '/-,// r,//, /MM . >',/,/. Lif. and 
' illmi. Translated and 

dtod with Additional i - .1 i;..ic- \',,i 

"don. 1889. 8. Port. (CAta- 
imlanl library.) III. 6757 

Cliarle- AULMI-IU-. The P.ible. the 
church, and the rea-on : the three irreat fountains 
of divine authority. [ Lectures delivered in New 
York and vicinitv. With an appends 
York. L89I III. 6756, "/>- DS. 

-The Hilde and the church. 
.in. I. mi ol >'.i\ ilu nit! 
:;\ ilie ailthoi M I- II 

-ritipism. Hil'dieal hi-- M- innie il. ;l |. Ap 

]' ndix. 


Brushfield, Thomas Xadauld. The church of 
All Saint-. Kast IJiidleigh. Pt. i. Head at Tiv- 
erton. July. 1*91. N. p. [1891?] 8. Plates 
mod plan. III. 6T79 

" Reprinted from the Transactions of the Devonshire aso- 

, literature, and art, 
1V1. \\iii.239-306." 

Buhl, Krauts. Canon and text of the Old Testa- 
ment : translated by John Macpheram. Edinburgh. 
l,v.2. 8. DS. 

Call, "Wathen Mark Wilks. Final causes: a 
refutation. London. 1891. sm. 8. III. 67TT 

"Autobiography." pp. xiii.-l. 

Cambridge, Mass. First church and Shepard 
congregational society. Twenty-five years ; ser- 
mons and addresses in recognition of the twenty- 
fifth anniversary of the installation of Alexander 
McKenzie. Cambridge. 1892. 8. pp. 66. Front. 

III. 6653.2 

Campbell, Colin, B.D. Critical studies in St. 
Lukt/s ;_rns[ifl : its demonology and ebionitism. 
Edinburgh, etc. 1891. 8. DS. 

Canterbury, Eng. Walloon church. The 
registers of the Wallon or strangers' church in 
Canterbury. Edited by Robert Hovenden. Pt. i. 
Lvmington. 1891. 4". (Loxoox, Eng. Hugue- 
not society. Publ. 5.) III. 6694 

" 500 copies printed. Xo. 400." 

[Cams, Paul.] Monism: its scope and import. 
A review of the work of the Monist, a quarterly 
magazine of philosophy, religion, science, and so- 
ciology. Chicago. 1891-92. sm. 8. pp. 44. 

III. 6654 

Cauchie. Alfred. La querelle des investitures 
dans les dioceses de Lieire et de Cambrai. i e , ii e pt. 
2 pt. Louvain. 1890-91. 8. III. 6849 

Chamier, Adrian Charles, editor. Les actes 
des colloques des eglises franeaises. et des sy nodes 
des eglisL-s etrangeres refugiees en Angleterre, 
1681-1664. Lymiugton. 1890. 4". (LONDON, 
Eng. Huguenot society. Publ. 2.) III. 6691 

"500 copies printed. No. 415." 

Coraill. Karl Heinrich. Einleitung in das Alte 
Testament. Freiburg i. B. 1891. 8. (GRUXD- 
KI-S der tiieiduulschen wissenschaften, ii. 1.) DS. 

Darmesteter, James. Les prophetes d'Israel. 
Paris. 1892. 8. III. 6846 

Delff, Heiiirich Karl Hugo. Die geschichte des 
rabbi Jesus von Xazareth ; kritisch begriindet, 
dargestellt. und erklart. Leipzig. [1889.] V. DS. 

Delff, Heinrich Karl Hugo. Neue beitrage zur 
kritik und erkliirung des vierteu evangeliums. 
Supplement zu der sclirift ' Das vierte evangelium, 
ein authentischer bericht iiber Jesus yon Naza- 
reth." Husum. 1890. 8. pp. 37. DS. 

Desjardins, Paul. Le devoir present. 4 e ed. 
Paris. 1-92. 16. pp. (4), 82. (Questions du 
temps present. III. 6853 

Dibblee, Frederick. Proceedings at the 
centennial commemoration of the ordination of 
llev. Frederick Dibblee [Oct. 23rd, 1891]. Ser- 
mon by Rev. Canon Ketchum. Paper on Early 
days of Woodstock, etc., by W. O. Ravmond. 
St. John, X. B. 1891. S. pp. 28. 4345.22 

" Reprinted from the Saint John Daily sun." 

Dieterich, Albrecht. Abraxas; studien zur re- 
ligionsgeschichte des spatern altertums. Leipzig. 
1891. 8. III. 6784 

-'hrift Hermann Usener zur t'eier seiner 25jahrigen 
lehrtatigkeit an dt-r Bonner universitat, dargebracht vom 
klassisch-philoloirisehen vereiu zu Bonn." 

Dillmann, (Christian Friedrich) August. Hiob. 
Von der 3 en aufl. an erklart. 4 e aufl. Leipzig. 

1891. 8. (KuRZGEFASSTES exegctischcs hand- 
buch zum Alten Testament, 2.) DS. 

Dollinger, (Johann Joseph) Ignaz VON. Das 
papstthum. Neubearbeitnng von Janus " Der 
papst und das concil," von J. Friedrich. Miinchen. 

1892. 8. III. 6786 
Dollinger was assisted in the preparation of this work by 

Prof. J. Huber. 

Ellis, John, M.D. Personal experience of a 
physician, with an appeal to the medical and cleri- 
cal professions [in behalf of homoeopathy and 
the teachings of Swedenborg] ; and a review of 
"Christ and the temperance question" in the 
Christian union. Philadelphia. 1892. sm. 8. 


Enders, Ludwig, editor. Luther und Emser; 
ihre streitschriften aus dem jahre 1521. 2 bde. 
Halle a. S. 1890-92. sm. 8. (XEUDRUCKE 
deutscher litteraturwerke des xvi. und xvn. jahr- 
hunderts,3, 84, 96-98.) 

Content*: i. EMSEB, Hieronymus. "Wider das unchrist- 
enliche buch Martini Luters augustiners, an den tewtschen 
adel aussgangen. LUTHZB, Martin. An den bock zu 
Leyptzck ~[#ic]. 1890. 17522.19 

ii. EMSEB, Hieronymus. An den stier zu Uuiettenberg. 
LUTHEB, Martin. Auffdes bocks zu Leypczick antwort. 
EMSEB, Hieronymus. Auff des stieres tzu Wiettenberg 
wiettende replica. LCTHEB, Martin. Anff das vbirehrist- 
lioh vbirgeystlich vnd vbirkuustlieh buch bocks Emssers zu 
Leypczick antwortt. EMSEB, Hieronymus. Quadruplica 
aufi" Luters jungst gethaiie antwuit, sein reformation belan- 
geml. LCTHEB, >l;irtin. Eyu widderspruch seynis yrthusz 
erczwungen durch Hieronymo Emser, viearieu tzu Mtys- 
sen. EMSEB, Hieronymus. Bedingung auf Lnters orsten 
widerspruch. 1892. 17522.20 

Encken, Rudolf (Christof ) . Die lebensanschau- 
ungen der grossen denker ; eine entwickelungs- 
geschichte des lebensproblems der menschheit von 
Plato bis zur gegenwart. Leipzig. 1890. 8. 

III. 6812 

Evers, Georg Gotthilf . Martin Luther : lebens- 
und charakterbild von ihm selbst gezeichnet in 
seinen eigenen schriften und correspondenzen. 
6 bde. in 5. Mainz. 1883-91. 8. Portrs. and 
fac-sim. III. 6749 

Contents : i. Die herausfordernng. Der erste zusam- 
meustoss. 1883. 

ii. Die Angsburger " tragodie " und ihre nachspiele. 
Die Altenburger komodie und das schauspiel in Leipzig. 

iii. Vollendung des innern bruchs mit der kirche. "Der 
wiirfel ist geworten." 1884. 

iv. Die bannbulle. Der reichstag zu "Worms im jahre 
1521. Der reiohstag und seine vor- nnd nachspiele. 1886. 

v. Gewaltsamer durchbruch der revolution. 1888. 

vi. Im genuss der Iriichte der revolution und in der arbeit 
zur befestigung derselben. Luther uud die doppelehe des 
hessischen landgrafen. " Meine armen alten tage." 1891. 

Farrer, J. A. Paganism and Christianity. 
London, etc. 1891. 8. DS. 

The author seeks to show " that the triumph over paganism 
of that type of Christianity which issued from the cauldron 
of theological strife as the only really orthodox form ; which 
became stereotyped in Roman Catholicism ; which produced 
the crusades, the religious orders, and the inquisition; and 
which is now striving to assert its blighting supremacy over 
protestant Christianity, has been, not a gain, but a misfortune, 
to the world, and has retarded rather than promoted civilisa- 
tion." Introduction. 

Ferencz, Jozsef. Unitarischer katechismus. 
Leitfaden fur den religions- nnd confirrnations- 
unterricht. Klausenburg. 1892. sm. 8. DS. 

Fetellus, pseudon. [Account of Jerusalem and 
the Holy Land,] circa 1130 A.D. Translated and 
annotated by J. R. Macpherson. London. 1892. 
8. pp. x.,58. Plate and plan. (PALESTINE PIL- 
GRIMS' TEXT SOCIETY. [Publ. 19.]) I. 1622.4 



Field. Warren. That better world. 

[1890.] 12 . pp. ".s. DS. 

Finding (The) of the gnosis. or Apotheosis 

of an ideal. An interior-life drama wherein is 

brought t<i light the inmo-t secret of all veritable 

religion : tlif mystery of the divine self. Anthor- 

i. Boston. 18!>n. sin. I. i>j>. 74. 

AL 4315.49 

Finke. Hcinrich. Kor.-chungcn und qucllcii /ur 

jjeschichte dc- Konstan/er konzils. Paderborn, etc. 

!>:. 8. III. 6664 

Friedlander. Michael. The Jewish religion. 

London, is'.il. sm. 8. DS. 

Fuller, Saniiifl Richard. Personality; ser- 

mons. Boston, r/c. 1892. sm. 8. III. 6752 

Fames*. William Henry. A Christinas dis- 

course delivered in the first congregational uni- 

tarian church of Philadelphia. Dee. 21st. is'.in. 

[Philadelphia. 1S90.] 8. pp. 24. DS. 

Giner de Ion Rios, Francisco. Estudios filoso- 

Madrid. 187G. sm. 8. 

III. 6761 

Conttnt : Condieioiies del espiritu eientifieo. El alma 
de los aninia ..-ion ili- las eiriieiiis. Doctriua 

de la cienria. ('oiie,-ptii \ divi-ion di- In rnatematiea. Ke- 
fnnnai. ui:iti-nuitii-:is. Religion y eit- ncia. La 

iglevia c"panola. 1. \iejos. 

Goblet d'Alviclla, F.ugciie, Comte. Lectures 
on the origin and growth of the conception of God 
as illustrated by anthropology and history. Lon- 
don, etc. 1892. 8. (HlBBKRT lectures, *1891.) 

III. 6816 

Goldziher, I-_ r nax. Die /ahiriten, ihr lehr- 

.y. trm und ihrc gc<chichtr ; beitrag zur geschichte 

der muhammedanischen Ideologic. Leipzig. 1^1. 

8. SL. 

[Goodyear, Anna Forbes.] References to truths 

I'm the Holy Bible. [Boston. 1892.] 24". 

pp. n III. 6865 

Green, Samuel Fisk. Life and letters; com- 

piled by Kin-Hex. -r Cutler. [New York?] 1891. 

* . / '<,,-tr$. , plate, and fac-sim. 17353.23 

,U-d for fiiinily friciiiU." 

:.'* work*," pp. 412-414. 

Grimme, Hubert. Mohammed. i' T teil. Miin- 

-tcr i. W. l-'.'L'. S'. /'/.. (D.VH8TELLCNGEN 

us d< ; der nichtchristlichen religions- 

geschichte, 7.) DS. 

Contrntu : i. Dan Icben. 

Guinen, Frimce Kglite reforme. Transcript 

of tin- regi-ters of the protestant church ai Ciiism-s. 

from II . Made and edited l.v William 

Mini t and W. (,'. Waller. Lyiniii^tnti. 'is'.il. 4". 

UWBOV, / / !! -I-' ml society. 1'nLi 

"600copiciiprint<.|. \... 41u." III. 6692 

Giittmann. .!. DM TttfaUtB&M det ThomM MHI 

xiim jiidmthiim und /ur iiidischen littera- 
tur. (;..ttinu.-n. IMII] 8". pp. H\ . -.11;. Sem. 467 

A<|iiinii uinl I|H jinli-ntliiiin. 

!> Trrhilltni- \<|iiin zur (iiiliirnl'x-licn 

rlimltni-" tli . Tlnmim ron A'luiin. /.ur 

Hull, Harriet Ware. Essays. Boston, 

vatrl, priii' 

<t H< a duly. HappineM __ I marina- 
lion. Prrvonal influ 

Hnrdjr. Kdniund. Di-r bii>1dlii-iiiu.- nach alti-ren 

'Inii-t, r i. W. 
' CNOKN aiiH -1. in ;-. l.i,-t.. ,|, r 
niclit- -i relijrioncgeschicbte, 1.) DS. 

"LitUnUu. pp. 1O-108. 


Hatch, Kduin. mid Redpath, II. nry Adeney. 
A concordance to the Septua.iriiit and the other 

(ireek versions of the < >l<l Testament, ilielinliliu' 
the apocryphal books. I',y Kdwiu Hatch. an<l 
H. A. Redpath, ai>ied by other seliolars. 1't. i. 
A-^wpt'^. Oxford. l-'.'L'. DS. 

Haupt, Herman (6. is.Mi. \Valilensertliumund 
iiKjuisition im .siidostlichen I )ciit-chland. Freiburg 
i. B. 1890. 8. III. 6797 

Hegler, Alfn-d. Die p>vchologie in Kant- 
ethik. Freiburg i. B. l.s'.H. 8. III. 6798 

Heidenhain, Arthur. Die unionspolitik land- 
i, r ral' 1'hilipps von Hr-s>en. 1").'.7 l.'.i'.-j. \Vith " Ar- 
chivali.-che beilairen." J Halle a. S. 1KDO. 8. 
Pl>. -NX.. 4xo, i:i'.i. HI. 675O 

"\'rr/.i'ii'lini licniitztcr wi-rkc," [ii.] 134-139. 
[Hill, Thomas (1818-1891).] The three open 
books; a sermon repeated at Watervillc. Maine, 

Jan. 12, 1890. N.I>. [1890.] 8". pp. 12. III. 6789 

Hughes, A'( /. Henry. Principles of natural and 
supernatural morals. 2 vol. London, is'.in >.n. 
8. III. 6661 

Content*: i. Natural morals. 1890. ii. Supi-riiiilural 
im.raN. 1891. 

Hutton, Arthur Wolla.-ton. Cardinal Manning. 
lloston, etc. 1892. sm. 8. Port, of Manning. 

VII. 2762 

Huxley, Thomas Henry. K--a\.- ujion some 
controverted (]iie>tions. New York. ]S!>2. 1. 12". 

III. 6882 

'*: I'mliifjiii'. The rise and jirn>rri-<^ "I pula-un- 
tuliifry. Tin' inti-riiri-ti-rs i>t' (M-IH-U and tin- iuti-rpn-li-rs i.f 
nature. Mr. Gladstone and (ieiiesis. Tin- evolntion nf 
t'lfulni.'y; an anthropological study. Seience and moral-. 
Si-ieiititii- and pseudo-scientific rcali>m. Si-iein-e and 
pseudo-science. An epi-copal triloiry. A^imstii-isiii. 
The value of wiruex to the iniraciiloiis. Airno-tieisiu ; a 
re-joinder. Airim-fiei-m and Christianity. The liirht- of 
tin- i-hureli and the li^ht of M-ienee. The kei-per- of the 
herd of swine. llln-tralion- of Mr. ( .lad-t-me'- eontro. 
versial method^. IIa>i>:idra'- adventure. 

Mo-t of the-e essays originally apjieared in the Nineteenth 
i i-ntnrii. 

Hyslop, James Henry. The elements of logic, 
theoretical and practical. New York. 1892. 8. 
IHagr.". III. 6828 

Ingram, Thomas Dunbar. Knglatid and Koine; 
a history of the relations betuccn tin- papacy and 
the Knglish state and church from the Norman 
conquest to the revolution of London, etc. 
1892. 8. III. 6808 

International congregational council, 
/Condon, (isill.) Authorised record of jiroceed- 
ings; with introduction l.\ 1,'. \V. Dale. I'd ed. 
London. is!)l. 1.8". /',',/ /,.<.. ;-./(/.<.. and plot,-. 

III. 6634 

Isael, Krnst. Die lehre MHII reiclie (Jott.'s im 

Nellell Te-lalln-nt. Fine Mill il.-r Ha.i.iT ^e-ell- 

-chaft /ur verteidigun"; d.-r chri.-tlichen religion 

-kroiite ])reis-chrift. Leiden. 1>>IM. S". DS. 

Jackson, Samm-1 Maeauli-y. ' 'micise 

dictionary of reliirioll- know Ii ->\\n- and ga/.rlteer. 
i-ditcd by S. M. .lack-mi : a--nciatc editt-r- T. \\' . 
' hambers aid !'. II. FH-IIT. I'd and re\i-id < d. 
\i-u- York. 1MM 
84. v,,,,*. DS. 

Japan - ~ I'mlm-itui tinxfu-iiifiiiii /,<,-dn 

fUt annual report. 1899. Jap. [Tokyo, l^'i'. ] 
.-m. 8. DS. 

JcKtiM Chridt. \V. Cavton- Infantia 
Salvaturi" : herau-ue^i lu-n \.,n F. Iloltl. 
Halle. IS:M. sm.-s". pp. vii.,24. 25234.39.2 



Jingraai (Ki) k:i jinijmane bad jingngeit ba'n 
pyndonkam ha ki jiniriaseujj. ha iinghad ha ki jaka 
baroh [a book of hymns in the Kassia language of 
north eastern India, for the Unitarian churches in 
Assam]. Boston. 1892. 8. pp. 28, iii.+ . DS. 

Kawerau. Waldemar. Tliomas Murner und 
die deutsche reformation. Halle. 1891. 8. 
ten. 32.) III. 3119(32) 

Kaweran, Waldemar. Thomas Murner und 
die kirche des mittelalters. Halle. 1890. 8. 
ten. 30.) III. 3119(30) 

Kedney, John Steinfort. Mens Christi ; and 
other problems in theologv and Christian ethics. 
[Lectures.] Chicago. 1891. sm.8. DS. 

Content.?: The question of Jeus* knowledge, and of 
inspiration, as affei-ted by the doctrine of the keno*is. The 
doctrine of the atonement. The possibilities of the future, 
as determining the mode of human moral activity. The 
functions of the Christian ministry. The doctrine of " a 
nature in God." The impotence and the right use of imagi- 
nation in dealing with Christian doctrine. 

Keferstein. Horst. Religionsunterricht und 
erziehung zur religion. Hamburg. 1891. 8. 
pp. 64. (DEUTSCHE zeit- und streit-fragen : neue 
folge, vi. 93. 94.) VIII. 7(vi) 

Kirkpatrick, Alexander Francis. The divine 
library of the Old Testament, its origin, preserva- 
tion, inspiration, and permanent value. Five lect- 
ures. London, fie. 1891. sin. 8. DS. 

Kit chin, William C. The story of Sodom ; a 
biblical episode. New York, etc. 1891. sin. 8. 
Front, ami plates. AL 2264.5.35 

Klopper, Albert (Heinrich Ernst;. Der Brief 
an die epheser. Gottingen. 1891. 8. DS. 

Knight, William. Essays in philosophy old 
and new. Boston, etc. 1890". sm. 8. III. 6659 

Content* : Idealism and experience, in literature, art, and 
life. The classification of the sciences. Ethical philosophy 
and evolution. Eclecticism. Personality and the infinite. 
Immortality. The doctrine of metempsychosis. 

Knight-Bruce, George Wyndham Hamilton, 
bp. of Mashonaland. Journals of the Mashonaland 
mission, 1888 to 1892. Edited, with an introduction, 
by L. K. B. [London.] 1892. 8. Maps and u-dcts. 

HI. 68TT 

Kuntze, Johannes Emil. Gustav Theodor Fecb- 
ner (Dr. Mises) : ein deutsches gelehrtenleben. 
Leipzig. 1892. 8. Fortrs. 19525.25 

" Terzeichniss der werke Feclmer's," pp. 363-372. 

Liamech, and Agrippa, pseudon. Chronicon 
ephratense : a history of the community of seventh 
day baptists at Ephrata. Lancaster county, Penn'a. 
Translated from the original German by J. M. 
Hark. Lancaster, Pa. 1889. 8. III. 6651 

"Xo. 2S3." 

With a reprint of the original title-page, Ephrata, 1786. 

Lasserre, Pierre. La crise chretienne; ques- 
tions d'aujourd' hui. Paris. 1891. sm. 8. 

III. 6839 

Contents : Philosophic et douleur. Cent ans de reve. 
Dilettantisme et histoire. La science et les traditions. 

Lavollee, Rene. La morale dans 1'histoire; 
etude sur les principaux systemes de philosophie 
de 1'histoire depuis 1'antiquite jusqu'a nos jours. 
Paris. 1892. 8. I. 4152 

Lee, Gerald Stanley. About an old New Eng- 
land church ; an address on * ' The good old days," 
published as a souvenir of the 150th anniversary 
of the congregational church of Sharon, Conn. 
Sharon. 1891. sm. 8. pp. 89. III. 6645 

Legge, James, translator. The sacred books 
of China; the texts of Taoism. 2 pt. Oxford. 
1891. 8. (Mfi.LER, F. Max, editor. The sacred 
books of the East, 39, 40.) 

IH. 492(xx.\ix, XL), also DS. 

Contents : i. The Tao teh ting [by Lio-we]. The writ- 
ings of JEVang-jze. Books i.-xvii. ii. The writings of 
A'wang->ze. Books xviii.-xxxiii. The Thai-shang tractate 
of actions and their retributions. Appendixes i.-viii. 

Little, Andrew George. The grey friars in 
Oxford ; a history of the convent, biographical 
notices of the friars, with appendices of original 
documents. Oxford. 1892. 8. (OXFORD HIS- 
TORICAL SOCIETY. [Publ.] 20.) 9425.77.8 

Lobstein, Paul. La doctrine de la sainte cene ; 
essai dogmatique. Lausanne. 1889. 8. III. 6785 

London, Eng. Huguenot society. Proceed- 
ings. April, 1885 July, 1890. Vol. i. no. 1, 
3, 4; ii. ; iii. 1-3. 1 vol. and 6 nos. London. 
1887 ['85]-90. 8. HI. 6684 

Loth, Arthur. Saint Vincent de Paul et sa 
mission sociale; introduction par Louis Veuillot, 
appendices par Ad. Baudon. P. B. et L. B.. E. Car- 
tier. Auguste Roussel. Paris. 1880. f. Illvsir. 

"HI. 6856 

Loncks, M. [Historical chart of the history of 
Christianity from the apostolic period to the reform- 
ation.] Cincinnati, etc. 1892. 33X46 in. DS. 

The key to the tree of Christianity. Day- 
ton, Ohio. 1892. sm. 8. pp. 79. Wdcts. and 
portrs. DS. 

Lokens, Hermann T. Die vorstellungsreihen 
und ihre padagogische bedeutung. Inaugural-dis- 
sertation, Jena. Giitersloh. 1892. 8. pp. 50+. 
Diagrs. HI. 6821 

"Vita," after p. 50. 

MacCauley, Clay. Christianity in history. A 
reply [to a sermon by Bishop Bickersteth, and in 
defence of Unitarian Christianity]. Tokyo. Japan. 

1891. sm. 8. III". 6668", also DS. 
Mackenzie, Harriot. Evolution illuminating 

the Bible. London, etc. 1891. sm. 8. 

III. 6827, also DS. 

Mackenzie, Harriot. Modern science unlock- 
ing the Bible : or, The truth seen from three points. 
London. 1892. sm. 8. III. 6826, also DS. 

Maennel, Bruno. tJber abstraktion ; eine psy- 
chologisch-piidagogische monographie. Inaugural- 
dissertation, Jena. Giitersloh. 1890. 8. pp. 63+. 

" Litterariseher nachweis," pp. 62-63. HI. 6823 

Martinean. James. Home prayers, with two 
services for public worship. 2d ed. London, etc. 

1892. 8. DS. 
Marvin, Abijah Perkins. The life and times 

of Cotton Mather, D.D., F.R.S. ; or, A Boston 
minister of two centuries ago. 1663-1728. Boston, 
etc. [1892.] 8. Portn. vnA plate. 1O397.24 

Meyer, Elard Hugo. Die eddische kosmogo- 
nie ; ein beitrag zur geschichte der kosmogonie des 
altertums und des niittelalters. Freiburg i. B. 
1891. 8. Hir 68OO 

Michie. Alexander. Missionaries in China. 
London. 1891. 8. DS. 

Migne, Jacques Paul, I'abbe. Tajnetov TTJS 
IlarpoAoyias TJTOI (ru\\oyjj TWV iv rrj TLarpn- 
Xoyta Trj v 6 Mtyj'tou Trcpie^o/xeVoiv K 
ewoicui', (frpdafasv, Kal VTroOfcrfwr, i'~o 
S^oAapt'ou v<* of- ical vvv irpuirov TL'-OIS e/roV- 
Sorai. Tom. [i.] ; ii. [1]. 1 torn, and 1 pt. 'Ei- 
'A^mis. 1883-87. 1. 8. III. 6869 

Contents: A-F. 



Mciller. (Krnst) Wilhelm. Lehrbueh dor 
kirchcn^e-i hi. -lit.-. i rr . ii" lnl. '2 hde. Freiburg 
i. B. 1889-91. 8. (SAVMLUNO theologischer 
lehrbiicher.) DS. 

Content* : 1. Die lte kirclie. 1889. U. Das mittelaltcr. 

MontAgne. Kiehard. Chancel sermons. Colo- 
rado Springs, Colo. [1892.] sm. 4. Port, and 
Plata. III. 6792 

Privately printed." 

Miiller, Fricdrich MAX. Anthropological relig- 
ion. The (iifford lectures delivered before the 
university of Glasgow in 1891. London, etc. 1892. 
am. 8. DS. 

New world (The) ; a quarterly review of relig- 
ion, ethics, and theology. Vol. i. no. 1. March, 
1892. Boston, etc. 1892. 8. IX. 193, also DS. 

Continued by gift. 

Oltramare, Hugues. Commentaire sur les 
cpitn - dc S. Paul aux Colossiens, aux Ephesiens 
et a Philemon. 3 torn. Paris. 1891-92. 8. 
Port. DS. 

" Notice oiographiquc, par Aug. Bouvier," ii. yii.-cxxix. 

Paetsch, Adolf. Skizzen a us der jiidischen 
priestergeschichte ; kritische bemerkungen zu bib- 
lischen schriften. Leipzig. [1890.] 8. pp. 50. 
(PADAGOOISCHE sammelmappe, 136.) 

VI. 1785(136) 

Paine, Timothy Otis. Solomon's temple and 
capitol. ark of the flood, and tabernacle; or, The 
holy houses of the Hebrew, Chaldee, Syriac, 
Samaritan, Septuagint, Coptic, and Itala script- 
ures ; Josephus, Talmud and rabbis. Boston, etc. 
1886. 4. 45 [43] plates and other illustr. 

* 27 Case. 359 

Parker, Theodore. West Roxbury sermons, 
1837-1848. From unpublished manuscripts, with 
introduction [by S. .1. Barrows], and biographical 
sketch [by F.B. Sanborn]. Boston. 1892. sm. 8. 


Pastor, Ludwig. The history of the popes, 
from the close of the middle ages ; drawn from the 
secret archives of the Vatican and other original 
sources. From the German ; edited by F. I. 
Antrobus. Vol. i.,ii. 2vol. London. 1891. 8. 
(CATHOLIC standard library.) III. 6811 

of books qunti-.l." i. vii.-xli. 

Peabody, Andrew Preston. Preaching. Boston. 
1892. sm. 8. pp. 20. III. 6830 

" Rrprintnl from thr Ilotnilrtir rrrifir." 

Peabody, Andrew Preston. A sermon preached 
in commemoration of the founders of the Nahant 
church, at the dedication of a tablet erected to 
their memory. July L'L'. 1*77. With the appendix 
corrected to 18! t'J. L'dcd. Cambridge. 18!2. 8. 
pp. 50. front. III. 366.2 

Peculiar people (The). A weekly journal de- 
voted to Jewish in' iaii-al. social, liter- 
ary, and religion*. [Edited by H. Kriedlajnder.] 
Vol. i. ; A Christian monthly devote. I to Jewish 
interests. Lditor. W. r. D.ilan.l. Vol. ii., iii. 
8, 1888 March. 1- ,,]. in 2. New 
. ; Alfred Centre, N. Y. 1888-91. ).8andH". 

Cootinurd by rift. Sem. 1197 

Perry, William Stevens, bp. of Iowa. The 
f'hrifttiiin patrioti-m of our fathcrii. A sermon de- 
livcre.l in D.iv.-nport cathedral, May 81st, 1891, 
before the society of the sons of the revolution in 
the state of Iowa. [Davenport, Iowa? 1891.] 8". 
pp. (2), 8. III. 6679 

Perry, William Ste\cn. bp. f f,,irn. Tin- 
third Lambeth cont'ereiic. g personal nar- 
rative. | Davenport. lo\\a'r ] 1>'.U. MI 
" Privately |>riutr.l." III. 6679 
P6tavel-Olliff, Kmniannel. I.e prohletne de 

1'immortalite ; etude prece.lee iTline lettre de 

Charles Secretan. L' vol. Pari>. 1891-91 

III. 6742 

Petrie, (Jeor^e. I'h.l>. Church and state in 
early Maryland. Haltimore. 1>'JL'. S". pp. :,o. 
(JOHNS Iloi'MNs mUTBRfllTT. Studies in histori- 
cal and jutliticiil science, x. 4.) 

15395.3O(.\). nls<, SQ. 

Rao, (iconic Milne. The Syrian church in 
India. Kdinhurgh, etc. 18!)2. 8". l-'rtmt.. /ihitts. 
and icdcts. III. 6833 

Rebellian, Alfred. P,os>uet. hi>torien du pro- 
testixntisme ; etude sur I'llistoire des variations et 
sur la controverse eiilre le- prototants et les catho- 
liques au 17 e siecle. These jin'sentee a la faculte 
des lettres de Paris. Paris. is'.M. S". pp. (4), 
xx., (2), 602. III. 6662 

Reily, John Timon. Cardinal (iilibons. his 
church, and his conntrv. tfartiiuburg, W. ^'a. 

1890. 8. Portrs., plates, and ri,jn.<. III. 663O 

Half-title : " I'assiiii: c'vi-nt- in the life of ('anlinal <;il)- 


Riehm, Kduard (Karl Aimnst:. Kiulcitunj,' in 
das Alte Testament : hcarheitet und heraii-,ucL:clen 
von Alexander Brandt. Halle. L889-90. 
8. DS. 

Ritschl, Otto. Alhrecht Kitschls k-l.en. 
i" bd. Freiburg i. B. 1892. 8. DS. 

\tt:L ivjj-1864. 

Robertson, James. The early n-ligion of Israel 
as set forth by biblical writers and by modern 
critical historians. New Y'ork, etc. IS'.IL'. sm. *". 
(The BAIRD lectures, 18,s!.) DS. 

Rydberg, (Abraham) Viktor. Teutonic my- 
thology: authorised translation from the Swedish 
by ]{. 1?. Anderson. London. Ih'.il. 8. pp. xii., 
706. (Half guinea international library, i 

III. 6781 

Ryle, Herbert Ivlward. The canon of the old 

Testament; an essay on the uradual Drouth and 

formation of the Hebrew canon of Scripture. 

London, etc. 1S!IL'. sm. S". 7 DS. 

[Sadler, Kalph.] Vox clamantis. London. 

1891. sin. 8". I'/tite. III. 6780 

Content* : Mmlrrn s,-ii M--I- :ui<l n M'mii. Tin- Kinir 
..I tin- .li-w-s. His ilium-. A|I|M ndi\. A translation ol 
Job \\\\ iii. 

Sales, Francois m . s,if/it. I'n'i/iti 
Lettres choisirs ; t \>\ a(Hi":<'-s: coudideanco >V con- 
solations. A\ec une introduction par Ilenrv Holo. 
Paris. [IKIll.] 16". III. 6741 

Salter, William Mackintin-. l-'reedom of 

thought and of spi-^-cli. A lecture before the 
-ocietv for ethiOSU culm:.- ..I Chicago. Di-c. :. 
1V.II." Chica-o. 1 -'.:. MIL N. p;. 29. 1 MM 
library. 18.) III. 6840, "/>-, DS. 

Schmekel, A. Die philosophic der mitth-ren 

stoa in Umm OBtchichtlichen xusauiiin-nbauce dar- 

llt. Herliu. ; 14282.50 

Sohmoller, (>tto. Die h-lnv vom reiche (iottes 
in den schriften de- N.'in-n Te-tainctit*. llear- 
beitung einer von det ILi.i'.:er u'-'>ell-<-liaft /ur 
vertcidigiing der christlichcn religion ;> >tellten 
aufgabe. Leiden. 1891. 8". DS. 


Schneider, \Vilhelm (i. 1847). Die religion 
der afrikanischen naturvolker. Miinster i. W. 

1891. 8. (DARSIKI.I.I N'.KX aus dem gebiete der 
nichtchristlichen religionsgeschichte. .">, 0.) DS. 

Bel.'srr," \>v--'- 

Schwarz, Hermann. Das \vahrnehtnungsprob- 
lem voin standpunkte des physikers. des phystolo- 
gen und des philosoplien ; beitnige zur erkenntnis- 
theorie und erapirischen psvchologie. Leipzig. 

1892. 8". III. 6817 
Scripture, Edward Wheeler. The problem of 

psychology. London, etc. 1891. 8. pp. i'L'. 

" Off-printeil from .Viml, vol. xvi. no. tB." III. 6644 

Sdralek, Max. Die streitschriften Altnianns 
von Passau und Wezilos von Mainz. Paderborn, 
etc. 1890. 8. III. 6799 

Uutersuchungen. Textc. 

Shindler, Robert. From the usher's desk to 
the Tabernacle pulpit : the life and labors of 
Charles Haddon Spurgeon. New York. I>'.i2. 
sm. 8. Portrs. and wdctt. VII. 2728 

Siegfried, Karl, and Stade, Bernhard. He- 
braisches worterbuch zuin Alten Testamente. 
iabt. Leipzig. 1892. 8. DS. 

Smith, George Vance. The Bible and its the- 
ology as popularly taught ; a review, comparison, 
and re-statement, with more especial reference to 
certain Bampton lectures and recent works on 
atonement and inspiration. London. I.s92. sm. 8. 

III. 6844 

A new edition of "The Bible and popular theology," iu 
part rewritten and considerably enlarged. 

Smith, William Robertson. The Old Testa- 
ment in the Jewish church ; a course of lectures 
on biblical criticism. 2d ed.. revised and enlarged. 
London, etc. 1892. 8. SL. 

Snell, Merwin Marie. One hundred theses on 
the foundations of human knowledge. Washing- 
ton. D. C. 1891. 8. pp.40. III. 6748 

"List of books useful to students of the catholic religion," 
pp. 38-39. 

Southampton, Eng. Walloon church. Reg- 
istre des baptesmes, manages & morts, et jeusnes 
de leglise wallonne et des isles de Jersey. Guerne- 
sey, Serq, Origny, &c. etablie a Southampton 
par patente du roy Edouard $ix e et de la reine 
Elizabeth. Edited by H. M. Godfray. Lyrning- 
ton. 1890. 4. (LONDON, Eng. Huguenot so- 
ciety. Publ. 4.) III. 6693 

" 500 copies printed. No. 420." 

Spitta, Friedrich (Adolph Wilhelm). Die 
Apostelgeschichte ; ihre quellen und deren ge- 
schichtlicher wert. Halle a. S. 1891. 8". DS. 

Stalker, James. The preacher and his models. 
The Yale lectures on preaching, 1891. New York. 
1891. sm. 8. DS. 

Stanton, Vincent Henry. The place of au- 
thority in matters of religious belief. London, etc. 
1891. sm. 8. DS. 

Stearns, Lewis French. Henry Boynton Smith. 
Boston, etc. 1892. 16. (AMERICAN religious 
leaders.) 17382.32, also DS. 

Stephen, Caroline Emelia. Quaker strong- 
holds. London. 1890. sm. 8. III. 666O 

The author wishes to trace what is the true life and strength 
of tiie society; and the manner in which its principles, as 
actually embodied in it* practice, its organization, and its 
manner of worship, are fitted to meet the special needs of 
an important class in our own day. 

Stokes, Sir George Gabriel, 1st bart. Natural 
theology. The Gifford lectures delivered before 
the university of Edinburgh in 1891. London, etc. 
1891. sm. 8. DS. 

Sully, James. The human mind ; a text-book of 

.i.ilogy. i' vol. London. 1892. 8. III. 6764 

" References for reading," at the end of each chapter. 

Taylor, Charles. The witness of Hernias to the 

four Gospels. London. 1892. 4. III. 6842 

The author, after studying the Shepherd of Hennas in its 
relation to the Teaching of the twelve apostles, finds that it 
contains numerous references to the <io<pels. and in particular 
e>Ul>lNlies the fci'-t that the four Gospels w-re known in the 
first half of the 2d century, or a generation before Irenaeos. 

Thomas a h'empis. Meditations on the life of 
Christ. Translated and edited by Archdeacon 
Wright, and S. Kettlewell, with a preface by the 
latter. New York. 1892. sm. 8. III. 6758 

Trede, Theodor. Das heidentum in der romi- 
schen kirche. Bilder aus dem religiosen und 
sittlichen leben Siiditaliens. 4 teile in 2 vol. 
Gotha. 1889-91. 8. III. 6658 

Tschackert, Paul. Paul Speratus von Rotlen, 
evangelischer bischof von Pomesanien in Marien- 
werder. Halle. 1891. 8. (VEREIX FLR REFOR- 
MATIONSGESCHICHTE. Schriften. :33.) 

III. 3119(33) 

Unitarian churches, Worcester co. Worcester 
conference. Twenty-fifth anniversary of the Wor- 
ce-ter conference of congregational (unitarian) 
and other Christian societies, held with the second 
parish. Worcester. Mass., Jan. 27 and 28, 1892. 
Worcester. Mass. 1892. 8. pp. 48. Port, of 
Phinehas Ball. DS. 

Vickers, John. The real Jesus ; a review of 
his life, character, and death, from a Jewish stand- 
point. Addressed to members of the theistic 
church. London, etc. 1891. sm. 8. DS. 

Wagler, Paul Reinhold. Die eiche in alter und 
neuer zeit ; eine mythologisch-kulturhistorische 
studie. i. teil. Wurzen. [1891.] 4. pp. 3-41. 
(Progr. d. kgl. gym. " 1891, progr. 541.") 

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The same. ii. teil. Berlin. 1891. 8. 

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\Vilhelmy. Ludwig 'Ferdinand.. 1 eber ilas 
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Blomfield. Reginald, and Thomas, F. Inigo. 
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"oil edition of 'Note* to mechanical laboratory practice.'" 

Electrician (The) : a weekly illustrated journal 
of electrical engineering, industry, and science. 
Vol. xxviii. no. 703. Nov. 6, 1891. "London. 1891. 
f. Wdcts. SS. 

To be continued. 

Elektrotechnische zeitschrift. Centralblatt 
fur elektrotechnik. Organ des elektrotechnischen 
vereins. xiii. jahrg. heft 1. 1. Jan. 1892. w. 
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To be continued. 

The " Centralblatt fur elektrotechnik" was incorporated 
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Flynn, Patrick John. Irrigation canals and 
other irrigation works, including the Flow of water 
in irrigation canals and open and closed channels 
generally, with tables simplifying and facilitating 
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The " Flow of water in irrigation canals " has a special title- 
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Fodor, Etienne DE. Die elektrische schweis- 
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Good roads ; an illustrated monthly magazine 
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Continued by gift. 

Hrabak, Josef. Hilfsbuch fur dampfmaschinen- 
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V. 4250 

Jacobi, Charles Thomas. Printing; a practical 
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Jaques. William Henry. Bethlehem armor, 
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Jaques, William Henry. Description of the 
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Jaques. William Henry. The detachable ram, 
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Merrill, George Perkins. Stones for building 
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Phillips, Philip. The Forth bridge in its vari- 
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Introductory article; T. ( '. ( 'atehi i !_'-. Early 

effort- for national recognition, cnlmiiuttinjr iii tin- building of 

of the bill creating the Misnifigippi 

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work tlonc under tin- -npervi-ion of tlic Mississippi river 

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1 diriiree par 
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^iniitiienti. ct dt-<i art-. F-.n lee et diri- 

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Bizet, Alexandre Cesar Leopold, culleil ( ',< 
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pp. '-'), 77. 1224.62 

Boston. .lAfss. City council. fl89i.) Partial 

report of the committee on cit\ hall extension: 
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Printed on one side of the leaf only. 

Burckhardt, (Johann) Jakob. Geschichte 
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wirkun.e; des verfassers hearheitet von Heinrich 
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II. 3148 

An eiilarireinent of the work which appeared in 1867 as 
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Burty, Philippe. Collection Ph. Burly. 

( 'ataloL, r ne de jieintnres & estani])es japonaises, de 
miniatures iudo-persancs, et de livres relatifs a 
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L'O mars. I sni, j>ar le ministere de Maurice Delestre 
avec ras-i-tance de Krnest Lcroux. Paris. 1891. 
l.S". |(>/r/s. 11.3138 

With historical anil descriptive notes. 

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Dargenty, (J. Antoine Wattean. Paris. 

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Fuller-Maitland, Jolin Alexander, nlitnr. 
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Fumagalli, Carlo, mnl Beltrami, Liu a Li 
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and _' plat 27 Case. 62O 

" Kdi/.ione di copie n. -J(IO." 

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Gluck, Christoph Willibald. ritter vox. Pro- 
log; fur sopran-solo, chor und orchester. [Words 
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pp. vi., (2), 85. 1224.31 

Goncourt, Edmond DE. Outamaro ; le peintre 
des maisons vertes. Paris. 1891. 12. II. 3130 

A contribution to the history of Japanese art. 

Goncourt, Edmond and Jules DE. L'art du 
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II. 3131 

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with notes. 

Goncourt, Edmond and Jules DE. L'art du 
xvm e siecle. 2 serie. Paris. 1882. 12. 

II. 3132 

Contents: Greuze. Los Saint Anbin. Gravelot. 

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Goncourt, Edmond and Jules DE. L'art du 
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II. 3133 

Content*: Eisen. Moreau. Dehucourt. Fraironunl. 

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Goncourt, Edmond and Jules DE. Gavarni: 
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Gotch. John Alfred, and Brown, Walter 
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plans, and 66 plates. *27 Case. 616 

Gounod, Charles (Fra^ois). La colombe; 
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Gounod, Charles (Francois). Mireille: opera 
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Michel Carre. [Partition chant et piano.l Paris. 
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Gounod, Charles (Francois). Sapho; opera 
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Hagen, Karl, of Hamburg. tjber die musik 
einiger naturvolker (australier, melanesier. poly- 
nesier). Inaugural-dissertation. Jena. Hamburg. 
1892. 8. pp.35. 14 pp. of m nsic. 1224.57 

" Litteraturverzeichnis," pp. 3i-3o. 

Haydn, (Franz) Joseph. Collection de qua- 
tuors pour 2 violons. viola et violoncelle. 4 vol. 
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Henderson, William James. Preludes and 
studies: musical themes of the dav. Now York. 
1891. sm. 8. 122^.57 

Contents: A study of " Der ring dcs Xilieluuirfii.'' 
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Henke. Wilhelm. Vortriige iiber plastik. mi- 
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II. 3152 

Contents : Die aufrechte haltung des meusrhen im st< hen 
ind gehen. Der ansdruck des gesichtes, insbesondere des 
iickes Die menschen des MicheUnprlo iin vi-rsl-'i'-li init 
er antike. Die gemalde von Michelangelo <un ntnde der 
ueeke in der sixtinischen kapelle zu Bom. Zwei arten von 
U in der kunst der tnirnik. Anatomic der rrasrodie mit 
anwendnng auf Schiller* Walleustein. Cordelia von Shake- 
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Henkels, Stanislaus Vincent. The Hockley 

antiquarian collection, gathered by the late Thomas 

Hockley, of Philadelphia; relics and gems from 

Pompeii. Herculaneum and Etruria, carved ivo- 

-, bronzes, wood carvings, &c. Also the 

collection of engravings, formed by George Ren- 

3, of Baltimore. To be sold May 3d and 

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Hirth, Georg. Aufgaben der kunstphysiologie. 
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III. 6822 

Jadassohn, Salomon. Serenade in 4 canons fiir 

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Jadassohn, Salomon. Serenade (no. 2, D 

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PP- 45. 1224.17 

Jadassohn, Salomon. Serenade (no. 3, A 

dur) fur orchester. Op. 47. Part it >n: Leipzig. 


Jadassohn, Salomon. Serenade (no. 4. F dur) 
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Lamborn. Robert Henn,-. Mexican painting 
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the Spanish school of painting in Mexico. New 
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"500 copies. No. 457." 11.3166 

Layard, George Somes. The life and letters 
of ('harks Samuel Keene. London. 1892. 8. 

II. 3168 

Le Blant, Edmond. Los sarcophages Chretiens 
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rhistoire ile France.) 1572.19 

Liszt, Franz. Eine Faust-symphonie in drei 
charakterbildern (nach Goethe) ; fiir grosses or- 
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Liszt, Franz. Eine Faust-symphonie in drei 
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Bryant, H. L. and W. C. Brockton, Mass., 
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Churchill, Lord Randolph (Henry) SPENCER. 
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Colombo, Ferdinando. Historia del almirante 
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Content*: [i.] La Gaule romaine. 1891. [ii.] L'inva- 
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Grimke, Archibald Henry. William Llo\ d 
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Hammerer, John Daniel. An account of a 
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Harris. J. Morrison. A reminiscence of the 
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Hart, Albert Bnshnell. and Channing, Ed- 
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Content*: i. The letter of Columbus to Luis ilc Sant 
Angel, announcing his discovery, with an extract from his 

ii. The Osttnd manifesto, 1854. 

iii. Extracts from the sagas describing the voyages to 

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"Reprinted from the Papers of the American historical 
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Hayden, Horace Edwin. Virginia genealogies ; 
a genealogy of the Glassell family of Scotland and 
Virginia, also of the families of Ball. Brown, 
Bryan. Conway. Daniel. Ewell. Holla-lay. Lewis, 
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Helps, Sir Arthur. The life of Columbus, the 
discoverer of America. 10th ed. London. 1890. 
sm. 8. Maps. 1373.9 

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Henkels. Stanislaus Vincent. Washington and 
Tilghman correspondence, revolutionary letters 
and manuscripts of the utmost importance, minia- 
ture and oil portraits of Washington and Franklin. 
[To be sold April 5th and 6th, 1892, by Thomas 
Birch's sons.] Philadelphia. [1892.] 1.8. Portrs., 
fat-simf., plate, and coat-of-arms. 6337.15.5 
The text of many of the letters and documents is given. 

Hertslet, Sir Edward, compiler. The map of 
Europe by treaty : showing the various political 
; and territorial changes which have taken place 
since the general peace of 1814. With numerous 
notes. 4 vol. (paged contin.). London. 1875-91. 
1.8. pp. (4), xxxii. -I- xvi. + x. + xxvi.. 3380. 
Maps. 36.92 

History of Sioux City, Iowa; from earl: 
tlement to Jan. 1892." [Boston. 1892.] 
pp. 28. Wdct. 13322.56 

Hitchcock, Frederick H. The handbook of 
Amherst, Mass. Amherst. 1891. 8. Illustr. 


Hoist, Hermann (Eduard) vox. The constitu- 
tional and political history of the United States. 
Translated from the German. 7 vol. Chicago. 
1876-92. 8. (2 cop.) 6392.26 ; 6393.1 

One copy of vol. ii. was issued with the date 1881. 

Vol. i. was translated by J. J. Lalor and A. B. Mason; 
ii., iv.-vii. by J. J. Lalor; iii. by J. J. Lalor and Paul Shorey. 

Contents: i. 1750-1S33. State sovereignty and slavery. 
1876. ii. 1828-1846. Jackson's administration Annexa- 
tion of Texas. 1879. iii. 1846-1850. Annexation of Texas 
Compromise of 1850. 1881. iv. 1850-18->4. Compromise of 
1850 Kansas-Nebraska bill. 1885. v. 1854-1856. Kansas- 
Nebraska bill Buchanan's election. 1885. vL 1856-1859. 
Buchanan's election End of 35th congress. 1889. 
vii. 1S59-1861. Harper's Ferry Lincoln's inauguration. 
* "*''_!. 

Homxnaire de Hell, (Ignace) Xavier (Mo- 
RAXD;. Voyage en Turquie et en Perse, execute 
par ordre du gouvernement francais pendant les 
annees 1846. 1*47 et 1848. Tom. i. : ii. l e pt. ; iv. 
2 torn, and 1 pt. in 3 vol. Paris. 1854-60. 8. 
Plates, plans, and atlas of 108 plates, 2 portrs.. 
and 9 maps, 1859, f. 27 Case. 622 

No more published. 

" Notice necrologique," i. 12-38. 

The volumes are lettered 1-4. 

Hall, William J. Maryland, independence, and 
the confederation. A paper read before the Mary- 
land historical society. Dec. 8, 1890. Baltimore. 
1891. 8. pp. 60. (MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCI- 
ETY. Fund-publication. 31. [i.]) 12374.2O 

Hunt, Gaillard. editor. Fragments of revolu- 
tionary history ; being hitherto unpublished writ- 
ings of the men of the American revolution, 
collected and edited, under authority of the Dis- 
trict of Columbia societv. sons of the revolution. 
Brooklyn. 1892. 8. 6353.21 

Hurt, William, M.D. An address upon the 
late Joseph Leidy. his university career: delivered 
Nov. 17. 1891, before the alumni and students of 
the medical department of the university of Penn- 
sylvania. [To which is appended. " Personal his- 
tory: read at the academy of natural sciences, 
Mav 12. 1891."] Philadelphia. 1892. 8. pp.60. 
Port, of Leidy. 17363.35.2 

Hunter. Sir William Wilson. Bombay, 1885 
t') 1>90 : a study in Indian administration. London, 
etc. [1892.] 8*. 1.4148 

Hurst, John Fletcher. Indika: the country 
and the people of India and Ceylon. New York. 
1891. 1.8. pp. xix., (3). 7','4." Maps and other 
illustr. I. 4066 



Imbert de Saint-Amand, Arthur Leon, 
Ittirt>n. The duchess of Ani;oulcine ami tin- two 
restorations. Translated l>v James Davis. New- 
York. 1892. sm. 8. Port, of Marie Therese 
Charlotte. (Famous women of the French court.) 


Imbert de Saint-Amand, Arthur Leon, 
Karon. The youth of the duchess of Angouleme. 
Translated by Klizaheth (J. Martin. New York. 
1892. .-in. s . I'ort. of the duchess of Angonleme. 


Inglis, Julia Selina (THKSHJKR), Lady. The 
siege of Lucknow ; a diary. London. 1SD2. 8. 

I. 4115 

Ingram, Lieut. -Col. James. Proceedings of a 
council of war held at Burke jail. Georgia, Jan. 
14th. 177'.'. with a narrative of the subsequent pro- 
ceeding's, and the proclamation issued. Edited hv 
1'. L. Ford. Brooklyn, N. Y. 1S90. If,", pp. 20. 
i MINIDISK \i. I'ltiviiNG CLUB, Brooklyn, X. )'. 
WiniKiwinirs in American history. Revolutionary 
proclamations, 1.) 5355.38 

pie* pntitcil. No. 98." 

Irwin, Hichard Haehe. History of the nine- 
teenth army corps. New York, etc. 1892. 8. 
Maps and plans. 8356.21 

Jacqueton, (J. La polititjue exterieure de 
Loui>e de Savoie; relations diplomatique* de la 
France et de I'Anirleterre pendant la captivitc de 
FraneoU I" r . ir,:>.V l.v_'i;. Paris. 1892. 1.8. (Bi- 
Bi.ioTiii.<jri: de 1'ecole des hatitcs etudes, 88.) 
" HiMiotrniphie," pp. iii.-xxiii. 3525.36 

Jannone. ' > LYmi^ra/ione italiana nell' Ar- 
gentina. Napoli. WM. sin. 8. VI. 6936 

Jennings. Herman Atwell. Provincetown, or 
Odd- and ends from the tip end [of Cape Cod. 
Provincetown?] 1890. sin. 8. 1'ortrs. and 
-' 1O323.27 

Joachimsohn, Paul. GrefOT Hebnbnrg. Bam- 

berj?. 1891. 8. (HiSTomsciii: ahliandliin^en 

ii Miinchener seminar, 1.) I. 4031 

ichui* dcr citierU-n bildicr un.l scliriften," pp. \i.- 

Joanne, Adolphe Laurent. Grece. "2 vol. 
Paris. 1890-91. sin. 8. Maps, plans, if Jets., 
and table. (Coll ..-uides-Joanne.) 

10247.12, nl* f , Class. 

OontfHl*: : -,.< environ*. lS'.M)._ii. Qi*M 

oondaenule et fli-. !-!. 

Johnston, Hob, it Mr K.-n/ie. Australasian fed- 
eration : the financial data of the problem exhibited 
in With an introduction bv A. I. Clark. 
Tasmania, ivi. x-. j,,,. ,-4 ,. m. /;/,,,,. 1.4026 
Jones, Charle* K.l-eorth. Political and judi- 
cial di ilie commonwealth of < ieoru'ia. 
Atlanta, (j.i. 1891 [.. :?7. 12342.21 
Julian,:. hiti-ton. The life of Joshua 
K. (Ji-1 liiii.'t. [With an appendix: " Pacifjcns : 

nd privileges of the 

( -lavery l;-. .1 hi- of Ohio" .1 |;. 

(Jidilinjfn).] Chi. ,. 8367.31 

Jnnker. Wilhelm. durinji 

ululated from f 
\. II Keane. 8 vol. London. 1- 

I. 3720 
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;n -.'! 

JoTiUch. -ehirhte des l.iM'hof, 

uli.-rt'. d-- I'ommern-api.-t. !-. 
.I kulturbildaasdcr .]..,.!;,. 

.rkalnl-fe- uild de-. lie^intlendeii strei- 
!.T l.lld Welfen. N.,ch .|Uellell I.ear- 

Gotha. 1889. 8. 13593.27.2 

Kallsen, < >tto. I >ie deiitschen >tadte im mittel- 
alter. i. Halle a. S. 1MH. 8. 13536.26 

.iiilnnj,' inn! riitwirki'liin 

Kautner, II. \V. 15. Information of Denver, 
Col.; a brief epitome of the city, al-o complete 
Information of and to the leading bnsines> hoii.-es. 
banks and bankers. ]niblic buildi:. ! >eiiver, 

Col. lsii2. IM". IIV/,Vs. 13354.52 

Keene, lleiirs (Jeor-e. M.-'nlha-.a 1! M. Sindhia. 
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King, Kufus (1817-1891). Hufus King 
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" rriiitnl I'm- in-iviitc ili-tril.iitinn." 17362.32 

Lanin, K. \',.. psfntJ/ni. Russian character- 
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Tin- n;iiin- i* "the collective signature of sevenil M 

Tin- American eilitimi i< em its ;ni(l 


Lapham, William P.erry. History of Bethel 
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Maine. L768-1890 ; with a brief sketch of Han- 
over, and family statistics. Au-iista. Me. l-'.il. 
S". pp. XTi.,688. /'nrtr.t. and ptuda. 10314.13 

Lapham, William Merry. Stephen (Mason of 
Stain for I. Conn., in 10 .VI. and sonic of his descend- 
ants ; compiled and arranged from data chiefly 
collected by O. I!. (Mason of (Jardiner, Maine'. 
Augusta. 1892. S". I'ort r.-i. 16373.16 

The niiiniiiju: title i< "Cla-ion ineinnrial." 

Lasteyrio, Hobert I>K, nlit>-. ( 'artulair- 
ral de Paris, on Uecneil de documents relatifs a 
1'histoire et a la topographic de Paris. I., it. 
Tom. i. Paris. 1>S7. 1. :,,,/, if,*. ( HISI i>n;,. 
^eiierale de Paris. Collection de documci, 

iits: i. 528-1180. 6562.7 

Lavissc, Krm-st. (ieiieral view of the political 
history of F. u rope. Tran-lated 1>\ (MiarK- ' 

New York. i*:n. sm. 8. 1.4108 

Lavisse, F.rne-t. La jeune^se dn ^rand Fre- 
deric. Paris, l.s-.n. 8". 14577.9 

" ItililinLrrajiliic," pp. xi.-xiii. 

[Iiear, Tobias. : I. : ,M u,, r .!> of (Jem-ral Wash- 
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Philadelphi.i pp. 7. 6337.15.5 

LM, William (1789 1795 l..t;.-r^ of William 

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minister to the courts of Vienna and Berlin. 
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Levey, (Jeor^i- Collins, llutchin-on'^ Austra- 
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all places in the \ :\ i-.donii-s. an account 

of the e\ ents which ba\ i- taken place in \\i-' 
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'"/' DR. 3.i:{.">.:t 

Levi, (Juido. irdinali 

lu'olino d' ' no dc 
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Ui 1 1 ; i.. - . 1 ,,nti per la storia 

d'ltalia.) III. 6807 

I ;.lari, 181." 



Lexington ; a haml-book of its points of inter- 
est, historical and picturesque. Published under 
the direction of the Lexington historical society. 
Boston. 1891. stn. 4. pp. (2), 75. Illustr. 


Leyland, Lancashire, England. The register 
book of christenings, weddings, and burials, within 
the parish of Leyland. 1053 to 1710; with a few 
earlier transcripts. li)22-1641. Edited, with an in- 
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1890. 8. (RECORD SOCIETY. [Publ.] 21.) 

Eng. Lit. 1063 

Lloyd, Clifford. Ireland under the land league ; 
a narrative of personal experiences. Edinburgh, 
elc. 1^2. 8. 9487.37 

Biographical sketch, pp. v.-ix. 

London. Eng. Huguenot society. By-laws 
and list of fellows. June, 1890. London. 1890. 
8. pp. (2), 34. III. 6683 

Long Island historical society. [History, 
by-laws, and list of members.] Brooklyn. [1891.] 
sin. 4 '. pp. 44. Wdct. ' 11382.27 

Lorenz. Ottokar. Die geschichtswissensehaft 
in hauptrichtungen und aufgaben kritisch erortert. 
2 theile. Berlin. 1886-91. 8. I. 1735 

Content* : [i.] Die philosophische geschicbtschreibung; 
F. C. Beta] -- r. Die politische geschichtscnreibuns ; F. 
C. Dahlmanu. Die natunrissenschaftliche geschichte; Da 
Boi<-Reymond. Die kultargeschiehte ; W. H. Riehl. Die 
polirik a'ls historisehe wissenk-haft. Ueber ein natiirliches 
hichtlicher perioden. 1886. ii. Leopold von 
Banke ; die generationenlehre and der geschichtsuuterricht. 

Lot, Ferdinand. Les derniers carolingiens ; 
Lothaire. Louis V.. Charles de Lorraine, 954991. 
Preface par A. Giry. Paris. 1891. 1. 8. (BiBLio- 
THE,>rE de 1'ecole ties hautes erodes, 87.) 2523.35 

" Bibliographic," pp. xxxiii.-xlviii. 

Low, Seth. NLW York in 1850 and in 1890; a 

political study. An address delivered before the 

New York historical society on its eighty-seventh 

anniversary. November 17, 1891. New York. 

8. 8. " pp. 32. 11365.7 

Luchaire, Achille. Louis VI. le Gros ; annales 
de sa vie et de son regne, 1081-1137. Avec nne 
introduction historique. Paris. 1890. 8. 


Mackintosh, John. LL.D. The history of 
civilisation in Scotland. New ed.. partly rewritten, 
and carefullv revised. Vol. i. Paisley, etc. 1892. 
8. Port, of Robert Bruce. 9434.3O 

Maclean. Sir John. The parochial and family 

history of the deanery of Trigg Minor, in the 

county of Cornwall. 3vol. London, etc. 1873-79. 

Fronts., plates, tcdcts., plans, etc. 9422.55 

With the book-plate of Llewellynn Jewitt. 

Major, or MAIK, John (1469-1549?). A history 
of greater Britain, as well England as Scotland: 
translated from the original Latin and edited with 
notes, by Archibald Constable. To which is pre- 
fixed a life of the author by JE. J. G. Mackay. 
Edinburgh. 1892. 8. pp. cxxxri., 476. Fac- 

VHI. 543 

" Life of the author," with an appendix, pp. xxvii.-oxxj:. 

"Bibliography of John Major and his disciples, David 
Cranston, George Lokert, William Manderston, Robert Cau- 
braith," pp. 40-J-417. 

Man nering, George Edward. With axe and 
rope in the New Zealand Alps. London, etc. 1891. 
8. Front. . plates, and map. 1.4041 

Maps. (1890.) The library reference atlas 

of the world, by John Bartholomew ; with general 

index to 100,000 places. London, etc. 1890. 4. 

_,s. MA. 19.90 

Maps Vonkers. Xeic York. (1847.) Map of 
central portion of the town of Yonkers, 1847, 
according to surveys as made by T. C. Cornell 
at that time. Its historic interest explained in 
an interview with Rev. David Cole. [Yonkers. 
1892.] Broadside. 11387.65 

" Tanker* daily herald, Jan. 2, 1892. Historical extra." 

Markham, Clements Robert. A history of 
Peru. Chicago. 1892. 8. Front., maps, plates, 
&udportrs. (Latin- American republics.) 
List of authorities, pp. 534-539. 2322.4O 

Marseilles. France. Marseille; [a description 
of the city, its institutions, literature, art, com- 
merce, and manufactures. Compiled for the 20th 
meeting of the association f ran9aise pour 1'avance- 
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1891. 1.8. pp. viii., 1018. Map, plans, and 
wdcts. 6511.9 

Marshal, William, earl of -Pembroke 
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comte de Striguil et de Pembroke, regent d'Angle- 
terre de 1216 a 1219; poeme francais. Public 
pour la societe de 1'histoire de France par Paul 
Meyer. Tom. i. Paris. 1891. 8. (PARIS, 
France Societe de Fhistoire de France. [Publ .1 ) 


Martyn, Carlos. Wendell Phillips, the agita- 
tor ; with an appendix containing three of the ora- 
tor's masterpieces : The lost arts, Daniel O'Connell, 
The scholar in a republic. New York, etc. 1890. 
sm. 8. Port, of Phillips and fac-sim. 8367.13 

Maryland historical society. Proceedings 
of the society in commemoration of the late John 
H. B. Latrobe, for twenty years president of the 
society. Meetings held Sept. 12. and Oct. 12. 
1891. " [Baltimore. 1891.] 8. pp.41. 12374.30 

Massachusetts volunteer infantry 13/A 
regiment. [Circular dated March 1, 1892. With 
a narrative of its service, from July 29. 1861, to 
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8343.4 b 

The same. [2d ed. Boston. 1892.] 1.8. 

pp. 23. 8343.4' 

Matta. Manuel Antonio. Cuestiones recientes 
con la legacion i el gobierno de los Estados Unidos 
de Norte-America. Santiago de Chile. 1892. 1.8. 


Manduit, Israel. A hand bill advocating Ameri- 
can independence, inspired by the English ministry, 
and written and published at London in March. 
1778. Edited by P. L. Ford. Brooklyn, N. Y. 
1890. 16. pp.21. (HISTORICAL PRINTING CLUB, 
Brooklyn. X. T. Winnowings in American his- 
tory. Revolutionary broadsides, 1.) 5355.39 

" 250 copies printed. No. 197." 

Maulde La Claviere, Rene DE. Histoire de 
Louis XII. i e pt. torn. 1-3. 3 torn. Paris. 
1889-91. 8. 3525.10 

" 300 exemplaires. No. 174." 

Content* : i. Louis d'Orleans. 3 torn. 

Maulde La Claviere, Rene DE. Procedures 
politiques du regne de Louis XII. Paris. 1885. 
4. pp. (4), cxxxii., 1306. (COLLECTION de docu- 
ments inedits sur 1'histoire de France.) 1555.14 

Contents: Proces dn mareYhal de Gie. Proces de di- 
Torce de Louis XU. Procedures pour Anne de France, 
duchesse de Bourbonnais. 


Mcniix, Marie Camillc Alfred, vicmntt in I .a 
rcfurnic i-t l;i polititjuc frai.caise rii F.urope jiiMiu'a 
la paix dc Wcstphalie. 2 turn. 1'aris. l>s;i. 
^ III. 6890 

Metzger, Kinil. F.uropaisclie ansiedh-r in Nic- 
dcrlandi.M-h Mst-lndicn. Ilaniliurg. 1892. 8. 
]>\>. _' ~> + . (SAMML. gemcinv. wis S . \ortraire; neue 
fok-e. fi. 143.) VIII. ri5(vi) 

Mezieres. Alfred v .Jean Francois). Vic tie 
Mirai.cau. 1'arU. Is 1 .' 1 .', sra. 8. 4543.23 

Minor, Louisa II. A. Tin- Mcriwethers and 

thi-ir connections : a family record, ^ivinji the <jeiic- 

f tin- Mcriwcthers in America, with hio- 

graphical note-, and sketches. Alhanv, N. V. ls:>2. 

8. Fnnti.. /,,/>:<.. and /)//. 16356.37 

Moens, William .lohn Charles. Tin- Walloons 
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;.rint ..fl.V) M'A" 9425.57.2 

Moltke, Ilelmuth (Karl Bcrnhard . ijrnf VON. 
Yermix'hte schrit'icn. Berlin. 1892. 8. IY////S. 
(//i Ass (Jcsammelte >chriftcn und dcukwiirdii:- 
k. -it, -i. I. 3992.2 

Content* : Hnllainl uiul Bi'luien in trci,'i-ii~( itit;i'i' ln-xic- 

.1 ilin-r IP niiuiiir miter I'hilipp II. liis zu Hirer 

n iin^iui^ iintiT Williehn I. barstcllntijj dcr in- 

lUc-haftliHifii /.iistuiulrs in 

Polon. Die wt-tHrhr rrenrfrage. Welchfl liicksiditcn 
k<iiiiiii<-ii Itc-i ilrr wulil <lcr riclitun^ \mi i-i-> nlialini-n in 
.1? /ur (iricntalisclicn I; 

Moltke, Mclmuth (Karl Hi-nihanl). yrvf roK. 
Hrirfi- an sciiu- mutter, und an seine hriider Adult 
und Ludwiir. Berlin. 1891. 8. Front., port rx., 
icdctt., CtC. //' //is (Jesammelte si-hriften und 
lenkwiirdi^keiten, 4.) 1.3992.4 

Moltke, ilrlmuth (Karl Hernhard), yraf ro. 
Xur lelic-ns^.-M-liiclitc. IJerlin. 1SH2. S'l /'r-/7/>-., 
plates, foe-Sim*., and //////. ( /// /d'.v (icsammtdte 
Bchriftc'n und denkwiirdi^kfiteii, I.) 1.3992.1 

Montgomery, David II. Tin- leading facts of 

American history. Ho-t.m. ls,l. 12. Illnslr. 

(Ix-adini: facts of hi>tory >erii-- 5348.17 

[Morel de la Durantaye, Mme. A.] Hxpatria- 

tion aciulieiinediiea la fV-rocitr ih-s anglais, h'r. and 

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MorriM, Mowliray ' Walter). Montro-c. Lon- 
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Morrison, l.-on:ird Allison. AmonKtlic Scotch- 
Iri-h : and a tour in si-vt-n countries, in Ireland, 

HOC, Su it/erland. 

ami Italv : with History of Din>nioor family. 
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T)i<'"i: family " has a special title- 

pa<- with tin imprint I.owdl, Mann. 1891, and ncparate 

Morrison, !.<,, nurd Allison. IJamhle- in Kn- 

in Scnthind. Kn-land. Hel^ium. 

; land, and France : it h hi.toricul 

in families. j;atli- 

cre.l in Scotland and the north of Ireland. I 

/lluttr. I. 4030 

Miillcr. it .-'|,|n-, rilitor. Dociiini-nti sulle 

iidi-lle ( i' coll' ( irieiite cri>tiano 

I . raccolti ed annotati. 

Firm/ : ' umeiiii ilet;li 

arch;'. I. 4U48 

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Minrte-ota commandiT\ of the loyal legion. 
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VI. 5392(n) 

Neubauer, Adolf, ami Stern, Morit/. r<litnrs. 
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('olitiiiiiiiii; ai-cnunls liv Salniiiii l>ar Sil >n, Kli--i-r liar 

Xatlian, Kpliraim liar .l:u-li, ami l^hf-ar liar >Iml:i. 

New England historic genealogical soci- 
ety. Rolls of mcmhcr.ship. IM! is-.m. Boston. 
IMtl. 8. DR. 249.1(xi.v) 

The so, in: IMI-IS'.H. Ho>ton. l>'.c'. 

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Neiv Jersey historical society. Constitution 
and hv-laws of the xiciety. as amended May 15th. 

1890. Newark, N.J. 8". \^.\:\. 11391.9 

O'Clery. Ke\es, ihe O'Clery. The making of 

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I. 4156 

Oldekop, .lohannes. Chronik: herau.s.i:e'_'elien 
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720. (Sn ric.Mtr Lilltm /(>< /( / ferein. Bi- 
hliothek. 190.) 15554.52 

Oman, Charles William Chadwick. The story 
of the I'.y/antine Kui])irc. New York, etc. I*'.''-'. 
12". Uluttr. (Sroi:v of the nations.) 1.4149 

Oiuont. Henri. Bernard de Mont fa neon; sa 
famille et ses premieres amices. [ 1'aris. 1 >'._'. 1 
S". pp. 7. 7526.46 

"Kxlrait A initli, 1892, pp. 84-90." 

Oncken, Wilhelm. Das /eitalter dcs kaisers 

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( )\ iv i.s . Wilhelm. / ititor. Allueineinf fjeschiehte, 

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sommo pontitice nell' alma citta di Konia. I"' r la 
felieissima nova della destruttione della setta ugo- 
notaua. I'liotolillio^raph of this most rare ]iain- 
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Bodleian lihrary. O.l'ord. Issued, with an intro- 
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vcii/ioni. _' pi. |ia'j-ed contin.K Torino. ls7!'. 

S". ]>]}. 8), \\.. 1:12:?. K\ .1 \ delle l.'ir^i 

ipedali e conveii/ioni interna/ionali del re^'iio 
d'ltali., 1.4117 

Nllova raceolta dei trattati e delle con- 

ven/ioni. anni 1>M l^'.'u. -J pi. pa-_ r dl coiitin. 1 ). 
Torino.,/,. is'.'ii. s. ,,,,. <L' . liv.. (2).+(fi). 
L079. '].) 1.4118 

Tiii- i- al-M i " .i. i 


' in tin- titli | : " Hn'- 

I'i'i-iali," an<l in the sji^iuitiiri-s tin '.itl, 

Parkman, Francis \ half-century 

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appendix. ! L'\ol. B..ston /,;).< and 

lilnn. I In /(is Franc,- and F.n^laiid in North 
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Patrick, Robert William Cochran. Media-val 
Scotland: chapters on agriculture, manufactures, 
factories, taxation, revenue, trade, commerce, 
weights and measure*. Glasgow. 1892. 8. Front., 
plate, and mid. 9444.2 

Pearnian. Morgan Thomas. Historical account 
of the hundreds of Chiltern in Oxfordshire. Ban- 
bury. 1890. 8. pp. 20. Map. (OXFORDSHIRE 
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Peiresc. Nicolas Claude FABRI DE. Lettres 
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toire de France.) 1564.8 

Content*: i. Dec. 1617 .lee. 162S. 1888. ii. 1629-1633. 

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Pennell. Joseph. The Jew at home ; impres- 
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Pennsylvania politics." by] Herbert Welsh. Phila- 
delphia. 1892. 8. pp. (4). 24. 12383.62 

Pennypacker, Samuel Whitaker. Address at 
the dinner of the New England societv of Pennsyl- 
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Printed on one side of the leaf only. 10385.63 

Perlbach, Max. editor. Die statuten des deut- 
schen ordens. nach den a'ltesten handschriften her- 

^ _-eben. Halle a. S. 1890. 4. 1.4045 

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Perry, William Stevens, bp. of Iowa. The 
Christian character of George Washington; an 
address delivered February 22, 1891, in Saint Bar- 
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III. 6679 

Perry, William Stevens, bp. of Iowa. The 
influence of the clergy in the war of the revolu- 
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Petiet, Raynald. Du pouvoir legislatif en 
France depuis I'avenement de Philippe le Bel 
jusqu'en 1789. Avant-propos de A. Duverger. 
Paris. 1891. 8. 1524.23 

" Articles neerologiques," pp. 283-291. 

Petit, Ernest, editor. Itineraires de Philippe 
le Hardi et de Jean sans Peur, dues de Bourgogne, 
1363-1419, d'apres les comptes de depenses de leur 
hotel, recueillis et mis en ordre. Paris. 1888. 
4". pp. (6), xxxii., 719. (COLLECTION de docu- 
ments inedits sur Phistoire de France.) 1554.17 

Pierantoni, Augusto. I fatti di Nuova Orleans 
e il diritto internazionale. Roma. 1891. 8. 


Pierce, Edward Lillie. Edward L. Pierce ; 
something of his life and character, his legislative 
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Pietraganzili, Rosario Salvo DI. La Sicilia 
illustrata nelle >ue grandi epoche, cioe nell' antica, 
nel medio-evo, nel rinascimento e nella moderna. 
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e sopra monografie dei piu illustri archeologi sici- 
liani : diretta e in parte scritta da R. S. di Pietra- 
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Content* : i. La Sicilia antica. 

Poole, William Frederick. The ordinance of 
1787. A reply [to an article in the Inlander for 
Nov., in which " Mr. Henry A. Chaney makes an 
earnest protest against a wrong committed, which 
he terms a perver>ion of history,' in robbing 
Nathan Dane of the honor of the authorship of the 
Ordinance of 1787, and bestowing it upon another 
Dr. Manasseh Cutler"]. Ann Arbor. Mich, 
sm. 4. pp. 15. 13313.15 

" Froui the Inlander for Jan. 1892." 

" Privately printed.'' 

Powell, William Henry, and Shippen. Edward, 
editors. Officers of the army and navy (regular) 
who served in the civil war. Philadelphia. Pa. 
1892. 4. Portrs. 9321.36 

"No. - 

Precis des campagnes de 1796 et 1797 en Italic 
et en Allemagne. Bruxelles. etc. 1889. sm. 8. 
Plans. (BIBLIOTHEQUE Internationale d'histoire 
militaire. 6.) I. 4O75 

Precis de la campagne de 1805 en Allemagne & 
en Italie. Bruxelles. etc. 1886. sm. 8. Plans. 
(BIBLIOTHEQUE Internationale d'histoire militaire. 
9.) I. 4O78 

Precis de la campagne de 1815 dans les Pays- 
Bas. Bruxelles. etc. 1887. sm. 8. Plans. (BI- 
BLIOTHEQUE Internationale d'histoire militaire, 16.) 

I. 4085 

Precis de la campagne de 1859 en Italie. Brux- 
elles. etc. 1887. sm. 8. Plans. (BIBLIOTHEQUE 
Internationale d'histoire militaire, 19.) I. 4O88 

Precis de la guerre de 1866 en Allemagne & en 
Italie. Bruxelles, etc. 1886. sm. 8. Plans. 
(BIBLIOTHEQUE Internationale d'histoire militaire, 
22.) I. 4091 

Prenssner, Oskar. Robert Mannyng of 
Brunne's uebersetzung von Pierre de Langtoft's 
Chronicle, und ihr verhiiltnis zum originale. In- 
augural-dissertation. Breslau. 1891. 8. pp. (4), 
70+. 3445.13 

" Lebenslauf," after p. 70. 

Price, Julius M. From the Arctic ocean to the 
Yellow Sea; the narrative of a journey in 1890 
and 1891, across Siberia, Mongolia, the Gobi desert, 
and north China. London. 1892. 8. Portrs., 
u-dcts.. plates, and maps. I. 4153 

Proceedings of the reunion of the third divi- 
sion, ninth corps, army of the Potomac, held at 
York. Pa.. March 25, 1891. Harrisburg. 1892. 
8. Portrs. 8356.2O 

The title on the cover is " History of the third division 
ninth corps, army of the Potomac." 

Providence, R. I. The early records of the 
town of Providence. Printed under authority of 
the city council by Horatio Rogers, G. M. Car- 
penter, and Edward Field. Vol. i. Providence. 
1892. 4. 11354.44.2 

Contents : i. First book of the town of Providence. 

Providence, R. I. Record commissioners. 
1st report of the commissioners relative to the 
earlv town records; presented March 7. 1892. 
[Providence.] 1892. 4. (City doc. no. 18.) 



Public opinion in tin- United States on the 
annexation of Mexico. N.I-. [18!2.] 8". pp.:!!). 


in tin' public journal-* <>!' the 1'nilril 
.1 Mu.u 1 - project to annex those pnrdoiu of 
\ a, ( 'hihmihua, and CoftbuiU lying 
north of tin- -".'th parallel of north l:itilu<lr. 

Putnam'* montlilv historical mana/ine. Vol. i. 
no. 1. Ma\.' Salem. Mass. l,s'.2. 1.8". 
Port, of (,'f>i. Putnam. 15397.4.2 


A continuation of the Sulrm ],re*n historical ml i/niru- 
loyioil rf" 

Rajna, Pio. I A- corti d'amorc. Milano. 1890. 
M.I. 8 . 6557.24.2 

Ramsay, Sir .James Ih-nry. HI/// burl. Lan- 

caster and Yoi k ; a century of English history, A. u. 

_' vol. Oxford. 18i)2. 8 U . P;,itt.. 

portrs., maps, plans, geneal. tables, etc. 3464.15 

"List of authorities," i. xi.-xix., ii. r.-xii. 

Raunie. milc. F.pitaphicr iln vieux Paris. 
Rcctieil general des inscriptions funcraires des 

convents. colleges. hospices. cilUCtiereS et 

charmers dcpuis le moycn age jnsiju'a la fin du 
xvin e siecle, forme et public. Tom. i. 1'aris. 
1890. 4". J'lates, plans, and wdcts, (HiSTOiRE 
gen-Tale d- Paris. Collection de documents.) 


Contftit*: i. Saint AndnS-des-Arcs. Saint Benoit. 
N- 1 

Reade, Philip. Origin and genealogy of the 
Hildreth family, of Lowell, Mass. [Lowell.] 
IVL'. S". pp. 71. \'ii/n.. icdds., fac-si ma., and 
plate. 16351.3 

Reclns, Mean Jacques) lisee. The earth and 
its inhabitants. 16 vol. New York. 1884-91. 
1. 8. Maps and other illustr. 

A'amrly : 

Europe. 5 vol. [1885.] I 4123 


4 vol. 1891, '84-91. 
Africa. 4vol. 1886-90. 

,icn. IH'.K). 

North . \iii.-ri. a. V.,1. i., ii. 1S90-91. 

Kiirop.-, vol. i.-iv., . .lite, I bv K. <i. l{:iven*ti-in ; vol. v. and 
.. Kavi n-t.-in ami A. 11. Keane; the rest 
by A. II. Kcaiie. 

River* (The) of Great Britain: descriptive, 
historical, pictorial. [ii.J Rivers of the east coast. 
I^mdon. etc. Cassell Jf co. 1889. 4". l-'rmit. and 
uxUt*. * 8481.20 

. i.of tlii work, 

Tbc BOTAL river; tin- Thames 

Robert, Adolplic, mid others. Dictionnaire 
des parlementaire-. !: ,,n--.ii- : ...mprenaiit tons les 
nii-iiibre de ajKiemld-'-e-. traneaises et tous les 
miriistr - di-|-ui 1- 1" inai. 17s'.t. juxqu'au 

1" mai, 1889, avec leum nom-. 'tat civil, etats de 

*, actcs politiqnes, rot. - parlementai: 
1'ublii'- sou* la direction de Adolphe Robert. IM^ar 
I'.nnrloton & Gaston Cougny. 5 torn. 1'aii-. IV.H. 
1.8 \\;i f tt. A 74.7 

Roberta. Ci-cil. Alrift in America: or, Work 
and ihi-ntiir<- iti the States. With an ajijienilix 
by Morlev H,,i eru. London. 1891. 8 W . 


Robertaon. .1 M), W0r.] In- 

T entaii : < MSOMC 'ic'n.iii . 

: i.-wi-N. drev.e. furni- 

ture. bo.,k, ami |.:iintinu's of\ . <|in . n c,f Scot*. 
1S56-1609. Kdinbiirwli. IMS. 1. /'.' 
(BAKMATTKB CLOB. [Publ. 117.J) 9451.3 

Robinson, Allies Mary Frances, afterwards 
Mi/if. 1) M:MI -i i i i i:. The end of the midil]. 
emajl and ijiiestion* in history [relatini; chietly 
to the French in Italy]. London. 1889. 

I. 4159 

It: The In LTuines anil the weaving brother-*. 
Tin- i-onw-nt nf llelfta; [with an aceiiunt of Saint ( iertriule 
ami Saint Mechtibl |. The iittnietion of thi- aliyss. The 
-.hi-iii. \'ali mine Viseonti. The claim of the bouse of 
< )rleans to Mi l;in. - The Ma latent a- of Uimiiii. Tbe lailie- 
of Milan. The Ili-ht of 1'i.To ile' Me.lici.-Tln' Krem-li at 

Robinson, Charles, of Kansas. The Kan-a* 
contlict. New York. 1892. 8. 7376.12.3 

Robinson, Louise B. A bundle of letters from 
over tin- sea. ISostoii. IS-.MI. 12". Viijn. I. 4O32 

Rocha, Diego Amlrcs. Tratado unico y singu- 
lar del origen de los indios del Pern. Mejico. 
Santa Fc. y Chile. 2vol. Madrid. IH'.H. sin. 8. 
( '<! .1 . -CION de libros raros 6 curiosos que tratan 
de America, 3, 4.) 5311.38 

The author seek* to show that the American Imiians derive 
their origin in the first. ]>laee from the ancient inhabitants of 
Spain, anil in the secmid from the Israelites anil Ta; 

With a reprint of the original titlc-ji 

Rochester, A'. Y. Historical society. Publi- 
cations. Vol. i. Rochester. lsi>2. 8. ./<//. 


Rockhill, William Woodville. The land of 
the lamas; notes of a journey through China. 
Mongolia, and Tibet. New York. 1891. 8". 
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Rodway, James. History of British Guiana, 
from the year Kif>8 to the present time. Vol. i. 
Georgetown, Demenum. 1891. 1.8. 2344.14 

'v. i. 1668-1781. 

Roe, Alfred Seelye. Richmond, Annapolis, 
and home. Providence. 1892. sm. 4". pp.41. 
(Rnoi)i; ISI.\M, -MI I>IKI:S" AM. .* ui.m:*' III-TMUI- 
CAL SOCIKTY. Personal narratives. 4th series, 17.) 

" Edition limiteil to 'J.'XJ copies." 8347.68 

Romero, Matias. A Mexican night: the 
toasts and responses at a complimentary dinner 
given by W. S. I,n;.an, at the democratic club, 
New York. Dec. 1C, IMU. to Don Matias Romero. 
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York.] 18!-J. 8". pp. c,4, (4). 2364.2 

Roth, Daniel Luther. Acadie and the Acadians. 
3d ed. I'tica, N. Y. 1891. sm. 8. Wdft. and 
portrt. 4342.4O 

Rowland, Kate Mason. Tin- life of George 
Mason. 172">-1792: including bis speeches, public- 
paper.*, and correspondence. With an introduc- 
tion hv Fit/hiigb Lee. 2 vol. New York, r/c. 
K /!/. >.f Mn g,>n. and fnc-sim. 7326.16 

" Hiblio^raphy <i< or-;.- Mason," i. \\ii. 

Royal river (The) ; the Thames from source to 

tea, descriptive. bi*torii-al, jiictorial. London, rtr. 

\ . h'roni.. in, i t t, and wlcts. * 8481.19 

I'ai I i. of ; .( Hritain." 

Rudio, Ferdinand. I'eber ilen antheil der 
matliematischen \vi*senscliaft'ii an der kultur der 
ri'iiaissanee : vortr.ig. u'ehaltc-n im rathhaus ZU 
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pp. :'..",. iS \\IMI. gelne'mv. \\jv- vortraire: lieue 

fulge, vi. 142.) VIII. 175(vi) 

Rugo. So]ilius. Cbri*topli Columi'us. Dres- 

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Rush, Richard. A letter to Albert Gallatin. on 
the French claims to the Newfoundland fisheries, 
written Oct. 1, 1822. [Edited by P. L. Ford.] 
Brooklyn, X. Y. 1890. 16. pp. 40. (HisxoRi- 
r.u. pRixTixi;, Brooklyn, X. Y. Winnowings 
in American history. Fisheries series, 1.) 

"250 copies printed. Xo. 34." 5355.43 

Saintsbury, George. The earl of Derby. 
London. 1892. sm. 8. Port, of Derby. (The 
PRIME ministers of Queen Victoria.) 6456.12 

Saintsbury, George, editor. Political pam- 
phlets. New York. 1892. sq. 24. (The POCKET 
library of English literature, 4.) 11443.9 

Content*: Introduction. Letter to a dissenter; by 
George Savile, marquess of Halifax. The shortest way 
with the dissenters ; by Daniel Defoe. The Drapier"s letters 
(nos. 1 and 2) ; by Jonathan Swift. Second letter on a regi- 
cide peace; by Edmund Burke. Peter Plymley's letters 
(ii., ri., vii., is!) ; by Sydney Smith. Letter'to the journey- 
men and labourers of England, Wales, Scotland, and Ireland; 
Letter to Jack Harrow; by William Cobbett. The letters 
of Malachi Malagrowrther [no. 1] ; by Sir Walter Scott. 

Salem press historical and genealogical record 
(The). [Devoted to genealogy, history, archae- 
ology, notes and queries.] Vol. i.,ii. July, 1890 
April 1892. q. 2 vol. in 1. Salem. Mass. 
[1890-92.] 8. Port, of Got. Bradstreet and 
icdcts. 15397.4 

Xo more published. 

For a continuation, see Putnam's monthly historical maga- 

Sannders, Frederick. The story of the dis- 
covery of the New World by Columbus. Com- 
piled from accepted authorities. New- York. 1892. 
sm. 8. Port., plates, map, and fac-sims. 


Sannders, William, L.C.C. History of the 
first London county council. 1889-1890-1391. 
[London.] 1892. 8. pp. (2), 64, liv., 628. Wdct. 


Schlumberger, Gustave. Un empereur byzan- 
tin au dixieme siecle, Nicephore Phocas. Paris. 
1890. 1.8. pp. (ft), iv., 779+. Illustr. 

* I. 4033 

Schneider, J. Geschichte der evangelischen 
kirche des Elsass in der zeit der franzosischen 
revolution, 1789-1802. Strassburg. 1890. 8. 

III. 68O6 

Schnell, Paul. Das marokkanische Atlasge- 
birge; quellenmassig dargestellt. Gotha. 1892. 
1. 8. Map. (In Petermanns Mitteilungen. er- 
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Schwartz, Stephan. Twenty-two months a 
prisoner of war ; a narrative of twenty-two months' 
imprisonment by the Confederates, in Texas, 
through Gen. Twiggs' treachery, dating from April, 
1861. to February, 1863. St. Louis, Mo. 1892. 
sm. 8. Port, and plates. 8324.34 

Senez, pseiidon. The evolution of myth as 
exemplified in General Grant's history of the plot 
of President Polk and Secretary Marcy to sacrifice 
two American armies in the Mexican war of 1846- 
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Smith, Francis Hopkinson. A white umbrella 
in Mexico. Boston, etc. 1892 [cop. 1889]. 12. 


Smith, Goldwin. The moral crusader. William 
Lloyd Garrison ; a biographical essay founded on 
"The story of Garrison's life told by his children." 
New York, etc. 1892. 8. Port, of Garrison. 


Soldiers' and citizens' album of biographical 
record ; containing personal sketches of army men 
and citizens [of Wisconsin] prominent in loyalty 
to the Union, also a chronological and statisti- 
cal history of the civil war, and a history of the 
grand army of the republic. 2 vol. Chicago, 
grand army publishing company. 1888-90. 4. 
Portrs. and tcdcts. 8341.26 

Soley, James Russell. Address at the unveiling 
of the Jeannette monument [at Annapolis, Oct. 30, 

1890, commemorative of the officers and men who 
perished in the Jeannette Arctic exploring expedi- 
tion, 1881. Baltimore. 1891?] 8. pp. (2), 31. 
Front. 4324.14 

Sons of the revolution Xe-w Fork. The 
constitution of the society of sons of the revolu- 
tion, and by-laws and register of the New York 
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Southworth, George Cliamplin Shepard. De- 
scendants of Constant Southworth. 16141685. 
Salem, Ohio. 1892. sm.8. pp.11. 16333.2O 

Souvenir (A) of Superior, containing a general 
review and a compilation of the resources, termi- 
nal advantages, local industries, and climate of the 
" City of destiny," and the country tributary to it. 
West Superior, Wis., Superior evening telegram. 
[1891.] obi. 24. Illustr. 13327.66 

Stanton, William Alonzo. A record, genea- 
logical, biographical, statistical, of Thomas Stan- 
ton, of Connecticut, and his descendants, 1635- 

1891. Albany. 1891. 8. pp.613. Coat-of-arms 
sm>lport. of G. A. Stanton. 16334.10 

Stapfer, Philippe Albert. Aus P. A. Stapfer's 
briefwechsel; herausgegeben von Rudolf Lugin- 
biihl. 2 bde. Basel. 1891. 8. (QUELLEX zur 
schweizer geschichte, 11, 12.) Germ. Hist. 8O8 

"Philipp Albert Stapfer," L cviii--exxv. 

Staples, Carlton Albert. Samuel Dexter, 1726- 
1810: a paper read before the Dedham historical 
society, Feb. 3, 1892. Dedham. 1892. 8. pp. 18. 
Port, of Dexter and plates. 10333.47 

" Reprinted from the Dedham historical register for 
April, : 

Standinger, Paul. Irn herzen der Haussa- 
la'nder : reise ini westlichen Sudan, nebst bericht 
iiber den verlanf der dentschen Niger-Benue- 
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naturwissenschaftliche, und ethnographische beo- 
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Steiner, Karl. Preussisch-deutsche geschichte 
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Stevens, Hermon Weed. Dover [New Hamp- 
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Stevenson, Duvid, of the London $ A. IT. 

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ii railway, ami other memoranda in tin- litV 

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is;.]'. VI. 6838 

Strnchey. Sir .Tolin. Hastings and the Huhilla 
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Stumpf, Andrea> Sebastian.] DIploinAtiSChe ge- 
schichtc dcr teutscln-n litra ini 17ten jahrhunderte. 
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Sybel, Hcinrich (Karl Ludolf ) roK.afld Sickel, 
Tin-odor, rittn- v..\. r <lit<>rs. Kaiserurkunden in 
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Symes, .John Llliotson. The l-'n-nch revolu- 
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Symonds, .John Addington. and Margaret. 
Our life in the Swiss highlands. London, eic. 
I>:i2. S". Port, of J. A. SymoinJs, plates, and 
wdct. 15584.25 

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nightly r- riVw.tln- OomMU iiiiii/n:i>if. tin- J'n// Mull <l'r.< Hi-. 
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hook, railed " Italian l>vwa>-." 

Szilagyi. Sandor. Actes et documents 
scrvir a 1'hi-toire dc ralliance de (Jeorgc Rakoc/y, 
prince <le Tratisylvanie avec ies franeais et Irs 
sm'-dois dans la guerre de trente ans. Par ordrc 
de I'aeademie des sciences hongroise publics. 
Budapest. 1-7L 8. 14585.18 

Tnlleyrand-PeriRord, Charle- Maurice DE, 
prince de lienerent. Memoires; publics avec line 
preface et des notes, par k- due de Broglie. " vol. 
I'ari-. 1VU 92. I*. 1'nrtm. and /".-.-//>. 5547.12 

Talleyrand-Perigord, Cliarlcs Maurice I>K, 
prince dt /{enerent. Memoirs: editt-d, with a 
preface and notes, hy the due de llroglic. With 
an introduction hv Whilelaw Kei 1. .". vol. New 
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Aldrloh, Wilbur. Farming corporations. New 
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VI. 6929 

Amaron, Calvin Elijah. Your heritage; or 

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Content*: i. Parliament. 1886. H. The crown. 1892. 

Appleton, Charles. Les sources des Institutes 
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VI. 6988 

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Arnoldson, K. 1'. Pax mundi; a concise ac- 
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Ashley, .lame- Monroe. The impending po- 
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Tlir author i . ndin. lit- t,, I),,. coiiMitnfion In 

Wt liiioni l.roiiifhf nliont l.y tlic Krowiu- 

papVhtfMI in th- South, ami to <<< lire mor.- nniitalilc 
representation tlin.iitfln.iit tin- country. 

B **tble. Ch:r is. The commerce of 

nation.. London. ]-'.>'>. m. 8. ( So< i vi. ijue-- 

VI. 6951 
Baunmim. .Foluttui) Julin-. Kinfiihruntf in 

die | ucllte ,|,. r ]..e!:i-o-i-rbell theo- 

rien : all-em- in. padaL'oirik -<-be psv- 

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Beer. \.|..lf. |)ie oti-rreichi..chc handels- 

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Berwick academy, Soulh Urnrirl;. .M,,i,, f . 
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Besant, William Henry. The mathematical 
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"Reprinted tVoni 'Tin- student's ^uidc to tlic univcr-itv of 
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Block, Maurice. Dictionnaire tie radministra- 
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Bode, Konrad. Die natnrgeschichte in dcr 
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Boiznrcl, ]'... ,/,;,/ Tardieu, II. Hi-toire de 
la legislation ties siicres. KHJJ-lSiM. Su'nie d'liu 
resume .neiieral des lois et reL;lements en viirueiir. 
etc. J'aris. IMH. 1.8. VI. 6823 

Booth, Charles. Pauperism: a picture, and 
The endowment of old a-e : an argument, j With 
appentlices containing statistics.] London, etc. 
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" Tlic statistic- u<cd in tlii- hook have ln-cn rcprintrd iVoni 
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Boulet, A., n ml Duhouloz, .1. Code de la 
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VI. 7008 

Bnrean of the American republics. Im- 
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Washington. |s;i|. S". pp. (2). :W. (Bulletin. 
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Bureau of the American republics. Com- 
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Bureau of the American republics. Com- 
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and Uruguay. Washington. 1891. 8. pp. 19. 
(Bulletin, 19.) VI. 6102.5 

Bureau of the American republics. Import 
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VI. 6102.6 

Bureau of the American republics. Import 
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VI. 6102.6 

Bureau of the American republics. Import 
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VI. 6102.6 

Bureau of the American republics. Com- 
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8. pp. 44. (Bulletin, 28.) VI. 6102.6 

Bureau of the American republics. Com- 
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Washington. 1891. 8. pp. 11. (Bulletin. 29.) 

VI. 61O2.6 

Bureau of the American republics. First 
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California University. Addresses delivered 
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in teaching history. STBIXGHAM, Irving- The past and 
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Physics in secondary schools; some aspects of the present 

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Report of dividends remaining unpaid and amounts 
or balances in respect to which no transactions 
have taken place or upon which no interest has 
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bank. The Rhode Island paper bank. Modern cheap- 
monev panaceas. A nation for a mortgage. The Argen- 
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VI. 6801 

Contents: Fenelon. Mme. de Maintenon. Mme. de 
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Greard, (Vallery Clement) Octave. L'enseigne- 
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Great Britain Education department. Code 
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Great Britain Parliament. (1891.) Report 
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Hahnel, Franziskns. Einer f iir alle ; ein lehrer- 

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Harder, Friedrich. Handbuch f iir den anschau- 
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Haun, Friedrich Johannes. Bauer und guts- 
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Hngenberg, Alfred. Innere colonisation im 
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Lorimer, James. Studies national and inter- 
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Mackinder, Hal ford John, and Sadler, 
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Marshall, Alfred. Elements of economics of 
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provisions of law relative to the several cities of 
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form of municipal charter. [Boston. 1892.] 8. 
pp. 44. (Senate, no. 101.) 10367.62 

Massachusetts Insurance commissioner. 
(1892.) Remarks in relation to the endowment 
corporations; not fraternal, but speculative asso- 
ciations. Delivered before the joint legislative 
committee on insurance, March 10, 1892. [by U.S. 
Merrill]. Boston. 1892. 8. pp. 31. VI. 6991 

Massachusetts Rapid transit commission. 
Report to the Massachusetts legislature, April .">, 
1892. [Boston. 1892.] 8. 32 plates and diagrs. 

VI. 6930 

Mayo, Amory Dwight. Southern women in the 
recent educational movement in the South. [With 
an appendix, containing essays prepared as public 
addresses or magazine articles.] Washington. 
1892. 8. (UNITED STATES Bureau of educa- 
tion. Circular of information, 1892, no. 1.) 

1.2796. also DS. 

Apptndis : Tlip South at school; addre, July 6,1881. 

-The South, the Xorth, and the Nation keeping school; 

address, Aug. 1883. Four year.- among the children of the 

South; preached Dec. 12, 18S4. The educational situation 

in the South; lecture, 1889. The negro American citizen in 

American life; address, July, 1890. The third 

estate of the South; address, Sejtf. 2, 1S90. Overlook and 

outlook in Southern education; address, May 12, 1S91. 

Mayr, Otto. Die auslieferung eigener unter- 
thanen. Inaugural-dissertation. Erlangen. Anirs- 
burg. 1891. 8. pp. (4), 93 + . VI. 6852 

Meis, Franz. Dr. W. U. Jiittings leben, wirken, 
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I 'mi. of Jutting. (PADAGOGUCHB sammelmappe, 
139.) VI. 1785(139) 

Melon, Paul. L'enseignement superieur et 
1'enseignement technique en France ; groupes uni- 
\ersitaires. facultes, ecoles speciales, techniques, 
etc. Paris. 1891. 8. Map. VI. 6976 

Miami university, Oxford, Ohio. Alumni 
and former student catalogue, including members 
of the board of trustees and faculty, 1809-1892. 
Oxford, Ohio. 1892. 8. Front, and plate. 

Pier 1. 249.1 

Mining journal (The), railway and commercial 
gazette: a record of mining, metallurgical, rail- 
way, financial & engineering progress. Vol. Ixi. 
1M1. w. London. 1891. f. Portrs.. map, 
u-dcts.. etc. IX. 189 

Continued by gift. 

F'>r numbers of earlier volumes, sec Official catalogue. 

Monier -Williams, Montagu Sneade, and 
others. Figure-skating, simple and combined; 
being an enlarged edition of "Combined figure- 
skating," arranged as a complete text-book of the 
art of skating as practised in the leading skating 
clubs of Great Britain. By M. S. Monier-Williams, 
W. R. Pidgeon. and Arthur Drvden. Xew York. 
1892. 16. Front. .diagrs., and'icdcts. VII. 2754 

Montevideo, Uruguay L'nirersidad. Anales 
de la universidad. Tom. i. entrega 1-3. Nov. de 
1891 enero de 1892. m. 3 entregas. Monte- 
video. 1891-92. 8. Wdct*. VI. 6792 
Continued by gift. 

Moyle, John Baron. The contract of sale in 
the civil law ; with references to the laws of Eng- 
land, Scotland, and France. Oxford. 1892. 8. 
(Clarendon press series.) VI. 7045, also LS. 

Mulcaster, Richard. Positions [wherin those 
primitive circumstances be examined, which are 
necessarie for the training up of children, either 
for skill in their booke, or health in their bodie. 
lo.Sl.] With an appendix, containing some account 
of his life and writings, bv R. H. Quick. London, 
etc. 1888. 8. VI. 6619 

Lite and writing-', pp. '299-309. 

National Australasian convention. (1891.) 
Draft of a bill to constitute the commonwealth of 
Australia [as adopted bv the convention, 9th April, 
K'l. Sydney. 1891.] f. pp.22. I. 4O19 

National liberal club, political economy 
circle. Transactions, edited bv J. H. Levy. 
Vol. i. London. 1891. 8. VI. 6607 

Nationalekonoinisk tid-.-krift. Tidsskrift 
for samfundssporgsmaal, ekonomi og handel. 
xxv.-xxix. bd. 5 bd. Kjobenhavn. 1887-91. 8. 

xxv.-xxbc. bd. are " Xy raekke, v.-ix. bd." IX. 195 
Continued by gift. 

New York (State) Legislature. (1891.) 
Testimony taken before the senate committee on 
cities, pursuant to the resolution adopted Jan. 20, 
1890 [authorizing this committee to pursue certain 
investigations, with reference to the government of 
the cities of the state]. Transmitted April 15. 
1891. 5vol. Albany. 1891. 8". (Senate no. - 


Containing a report on the affairs of the city of Xew York 
in 1890 and 1*91; being an exhaustive exposure of Tammany 

New York (State) Legislature. (1891.) 
Senate. Report of the committee on general laws 
relative to "trusts'" and " sugar trusts." Trans- 
mitted April 30, 1891. Albany. 1891. 8. pp.841. 
(Senate, no. 79.) VI. 6854 

4 8 


New York ( State") t'inrrrsiiy. F. \lension 
bulk-tin. No. 1. NDv.-iiilu-r.IMM. AII>:iny. IS'.M. 
8. VI. 6783 

Prepared in i:iM- information coin-criiiiii,' the -t:it<- uni- 
:\ eMeii-imi s\st,.|n, oi!_'ani/ed under tin- supervision 
nf tin- regents <if tin- univiT-itx . 

reocM I" hooks and articles on university 
-mil." |i 

[Oehler. ('.] Dir aufmcrksamkeit der kinder 
lu-iiii untcrriclit : mittel, diesclhe 7.11 wccken und 
rege zu i-rhalt.-n. [2. uufl.] Leip/ig. [1891.] 
8". p]>. :is. PM> XL ...,i-. in saiimn 'Imappe. 142.) 

VI. 1785(142) 

Ohio Sfcretnrif <>f ttitte. Vote for state otli- 

- members of tin- seventieth general assembly, 

He-., polled in tin- si-vi-ral counties of tin- state of 

<hio. at tlu- annual election, held the third day of 

\.i\ i-inhcr. is'.M. Compiled from tin- official re- 

turns. Columbus. M. 1MM S". .M,,,,. 13313.31 

Tin tilic on tin- cover is " Oliin election statistics fur issil." 

Klei-timi statistics fur earlier xars :iiv included in the 

annual n ports <if tin- secretary of state. 

Ohlert, Arnold. Die deutsche scliule und das 

klas>is,-||,. altertuin : eine iintersuclmiig der gnind- 

lagen dcs gymnasialen unterriclits. Hannover. 

1MM. 8. VI. 6778 

" Verzciclmis ilrr lii-nutxii-n si-hriften," pp. ls-2-185. 

Ontario ( /'rnrince of} Minintrr i if education. 

'-'.) t'niversity extension. Report of meeting 

held Nov. :,tli. 18D1. Toronto. I *!_>. S '. pp. 42. 

Can. Doo. 55.33.10 

"Supplement tn the report of the minister of education, 


Outing; an illustrated monthly maga/inc of 
amateur spurt, travel and recreation. Vol. xx. 
no.l. April. IS'.IL'. New York. etc. ls<>2. 8. 
Illi'ftr. IX. 197 

Continued by trift. 

Padagogischen nniversitats-seminar zu Jena 
(Aus ili-iii). [i e "]-iii'" heft. :'- hefte in 1 vol. 
I.aiiffensalza. 1888-91. 8 J . Tables. VI. 6777 

ii", iii" heft arc edited l>y A\". I;, in. 

Parsons, .lame- l!u--cll.y/-. French jjiriinary] 

schools through Aim-rican e\es; a n-jiort to the 

New York state department of public instruction. 

N V. 1892. 8. 1'lntr.t and />/r-. ./,.<. 

VI. 6864 

Patten. Simon Nelson. The theory of dynam- 

iiioinies. Philadelphia. l.Mi'j. S". Ilia,/,;*. 
Pi VN-^ i \ VM \ / Publications. Po- 

litical economy and public law series, iii. 2.) 

VI. 4579(ni) 

Pccant. F.'lix. llura., Mann: a review of 
The work and writings of He, race Mann. b\ .1. 
(.antr.-. Traii-lated from the I!-,-,,, ,,/,,,. 
' h. IX.K.S. H,,,ton, etc. 1H90. 8". pp. 


Thl !<> (' v . i,f tin- - Life ami 


Piggott, Fr.ine'm Taylor. Kxt.-rritoriality : tin- 
law relatin_' t., consular juri-diclion and ti, resi- 

in oriental countries. London. l*!>2. 1.8". 

VI. 7021 

Pinlochc. \ l.i reform.- de IV-diicatioii en 
Allema-.-n.- an dit-huitieme i.-e|.. : I'.a.edou .( I,- 
philantliropini-nie. p.,n-. ]- VI. 6977 

pp. 697-M6. 

Plehn, Ka;l Copping. Da- krcditwi sen der 
Ktnaten und -tadte d.-r Nordam.-rikanischen I'nion 

' lnnu' .li-na. : 

8. i STAATSV i--i ** nun i. m -tu- 

VI. 5113 

" I.itti-ratur," \>\>. 1 T. 

Pollock. Sir Frederick. .",// l,nrt. Leading 
cases done into Fiii^li- 1 ami other diver- 

sions. London, etc. 1892. sin. 8". 23472.19 

" Tin- 1>I editiiiu of "Leading CMM" .i- )inlili-lied ill 
Inly, 1S7''.. TI ..... (her div.-r-ic.ns an- now ilvrj: enllet-ted 
fur tin- lirst time." 

Poor, John Alfred. The first international rail- 
way and the colonization of New Knglaml: life and 
writinirs of J. A. Poor. Fdited bv I.anra F.. Poor. 
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" l.i-t of pnhli^lied writing." pp. i::il-141. 

t'mili ntx : Lite. --St. I.awreiu-e ami Atlantic railway. 
Plan for )n>rteiiin;; tile time of paxa^i- lietwe.-ii N> 
and London. The northeastern Imundan ; report of the 

-elei-t ei.|iilllitli-e of tlie lloll-r of n-| iri-M- III at i \ i 

American /oll-verein ; li-tler to tin- ship-i-anal eonventioii. 
The transcontinental railway: addre-< delivered at li'itiand, 
\'t.,.luue, ISti'.i. A naliona'l highway ; memorial to , 
A hill to secure cheap transportation of hreadstnfl's at uni- 
form rates. The father of Knsrlish coloiii/alion in America; 
a vindication of the rlaims of Sir Ferdinando (iort; 
livered In-fore the historical societies of Maine and New 
York, 1 s.V.i. The In -t coloni/.ation of New Knirland; an 
address delivered at Fort I'npliain. Maine, ]Si;-J. A]ipendi.\. 

Prince, John Tilden. Methods of instruction 
and oruani/ation of the schools of (lerinany, for the 
use of American teachers and normal schools. 
P.oston. 1S92. sm. 8. Himjrt. VI. 6791 

Randall, Caleb Dwinell. The fourth interna- 
tional prison congress, St. Petersburg. Hussia. 
[With an appendix containing " F.xcui-ioiis and 
bani|uets." " Memorials of John I Inward." " Con- 
ference in (ilasgow." H,-.\ Washington. l.s'.M. 
8. Front., portrs., plates, and /i/n/i.<. (I'MiiD 
SIAII:S - llnrttm of education. Circular of in- 
formation, 1891, no. 2.) 1.2796, c/.-'o DS. 

Ratkovsky, Matej Jiri. Fncyklo]i;i<lie der 
rec-hts- und staatswissenscliaften als einleitnng in 
den n stndinm. Wien. 1800. 8. VI. 6863 

Rettich, lleinrich. 1'risenrecht und tlussschif- 
fahrt : eine vidkerrechtliche studie. Hamburg. 
IS'.IL'. 8". pp. .'U. (S.\MMI.. gemeinv. wiss. \or- 
tnige; neue folge. vi. 141.) VIII. 175*(vi) 

Revised Oild-fellowship illustrated: the com- 
plete revised ritual of the lodge, encampment. 
patriarchs militant, and the Kchekah degrees: the 
amended work. With an historical sketch of the 
order, and an introduction and critical anal 
the character of each decree by J. P.laiichard. and 
foot note (imitations. l>tli ed. Chicago. 1H!M 
[cop. 1888]. sm. 8". HV/,/.-.-. VI. 6921 

"Patriarchs militant illustrated" has :l special title-paK" 1 , 

Richards, ll-'iiry ( 'harh-s. a ml Payne, William 
Henry Christopher. The metropolitan \\ati-rsiip- 
plv : a coni|iendinm of the histoi-y. the law. and 
the transactions relating to the metropolitan water 
companies, from earliest times to the present dav. 
London. 1SIM. 8. VI. 697O 

RnHaell, Charles 'I'heodor.-. ir. Application of 
ci\il serxice rules to public laborer*. Address 
before the national league of civil -..-rvice reform 
associations, at l! \|.r;i :' I' 

IV.IL-. !_>". ].p. 1M. 9384.67 

St. Mark's chool. >'"/// /'/'""//(. .)/</.<>. 'I'he 

i-on-ecr.-ition of the chaju-1 and dedication of the 

new school building. Oct. L' I . I MM: ith the ser- 

mon and addresses. Cambriilue. pp. <'<'. 

.. /./,//,-. and ,,lti,i. VI. 7O19 

Snliw. Lmlwitr Kndolf vn\. Schw ei/erisches 

blll.ilesrecht iltliche Illlll V er a It II llu'S- 

rechlliche jira.xis .le> l.nn'lesrates und der bnndes- 

dem L'!i. mai. I>7I. Im .inftrat.'.- 

del -ehxxei/erischi-n blindesrati (larL'e-t ellt . i rr , 

ii"M. Ibde. P.ern. L891-98. 8. 15576.17 



Sander, F. Leiikon der padagogik ; handbnch 
fiir lehrer und erzieher, enthaltend das ganze des 
unterrichts- und erzielmngswesens in kurzer, alpha- 
betisch geordneter iibersicht. 2 C , durchgesehene 
und vermehrte auti. Breslau. 1889. 8. pp. 729. 

DR. 138.22 

Say, (Jean Baptiste) Leon, and Chailley. 
Joseph, editors. Nouveau dictionnaire d'economie 
politiquc. Tom. i. ; [ii.] lO 6 -!" 6 livr. 1 torn, and 
8 livr. Paris. 1891['90]-92. 1. 8. DR. 338.2 

Scharf. John Thomas. The natural & industrial 
resources and advantages of Maryland; being a 
complete description of all the counties of the 
state and the city of Baltimore, with an accurate 
statement of their soil, climate, antiquities, etc. 
Annapolis. 1892. 8. VI. 6983 

Scherzer, Karl vox. ^/jrfBratassevic, Eduard. 
Der wirthschaftliche verkehr der gegenwart ; nach 
den nenesten und zuverlassiijsten quellen darge- 
stellt. Wien. 1891. 8. VI. 6602 

" Zutrleich als erganzungsheft zu Carl v. Scherzer's : 'Das 
wirtbscnaftliche leben der volker.' " 

Schickhelm. Franz. Die methode des anschau- 
ungs-unterrichts auf psychologischer grundlage 
durchgefiihrt an der botanik. Halle a. S. 1889. 
8. pp. 69. (SAMSILCXG piidagogischer abhand- 
lungen. 1.) VI. 6941 

Schiller, (Karl Heinrich Friedrich) Hermann. 
Die einheitliche gestaltung und vereinfachung des 
gymnasialunterrichts unter voraussetzung der 
bestehenden lehrverfassung. Halle a. S. 1890. 
8. (SAMMLUNG padagogischer abhandlungen, 4.) 

VI. 6941.4 

Schiller, (Karl Heinrich Friedrich) Hermann. 
Piidagogische seminarien fiir das hohere lebramt ; 
geschichte und erfahrung. Leipzig. 1890. 8. 

VI. 6878 

Schloss, David F. Methods of industrial re- 
muneration. New York, etc. 1892. 8. VI. 6786 

The author attempts ''to present a faithful delineation of 
the watre-^ystem in all its forms, and of the modifications 
introduced with a view to the improvement of that system," 
especially profit-sharing and cooperation. 

Schmidt, Karl (1819-1864). Geschichte der 
padagogik, dargestellt in weltgeschichtlicher ent- 
wicklung und im organischen zusammenhang mit 
dem kulturleben der volker. 4 e auti. , rielfach 
vermehrt und verbessert. i er -iii er bd. 3 bde. 
Cothen. 1890, '78-83. 8. Port. VI. 7OO9 

" Biographic," i. iii.-vii. 

'*: i. In der vorchristliehen zeit. 1890. ii. Von 
Chrisms bis zur reformation. 1878. Hi. Von Luther bis 
Pestalozzi. 1883. 

Bd. i. edited by Friedrich Dittes and Emanuel Hannak; 
bd. ii., iii. by Wichard Lange. 

Seine, France (Departemenf) Prefecture 
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ment primaire public a Paris. 1>;77-1888. [By 
E. Duplan.] i., ii. 2 vol. Paris. 1889-91. 4. 
Plans and u-dcts. VI. 6800 

'< : i. ecoles materuell.->. Lt - r.-oles pri- 
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Siegert, Gustav. Die periodieitat in der ent- 
vickelung der kindesnatur ; neue gesichtspunkte 
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Skinner, Charles Rufus, editor. Arbor day 
manual : an aid in preparing programs for arbor 
day exercises. Containing choice selections on 
trees and kindred subjects, arbor dav music, speci- 
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Social horizon (The) ; by the author of " Life 
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Sohm, Rudolph. Die entstehung des deutschen 
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Spencer, Herbert. Social statics, abridged and 
revised : together with The man versus the state. 
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The first edition was published in 1850; the purely sys- 
tematic part of the 1850 edition is omitted here, its subject- 
matter being treated in part iv. of the author's " Principles 
of ethics : Justice." The remainder of the volume is revised 
and abridged. "The man reruns the state" was published 
in the Contemporary rerieic in 1884. and separately, and is 
here reprinted without important changes. 

Spender, John Alfred. The state and pensions 
in old age : with an introduction by A. H. D. 
Ac-land. London. 1892. sm. 8. (SOCIAL science 
series.) VI. 6634 

Spitzer, Rudolf. Franzosische kulturstudien. 
i. Heidelberg. 1891. 8. Diagr. 6558.8 

" Texte vom yerfasser beuutzt," pp. 52-54. 
Contents: i. Beitrage zur geschichte des spieles in alt- 

Standard insurance directory of Boston and 
Massachusetts, also of all the principal cities and 
towns of Maine. New Hampshire, Vermont. Rhode 
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16. VI. 6616 

Stanton, Stephen Berrien. The Behring Sea 
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" List of authorities," pp. 101-102. 

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and brought down to Feb. 11, 1892. 

Steiner, Karl. Zur reform des geschichtsunter- 
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Tanssig. Frank William. The silver situation 
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Taylor, Fred Manville. The right of the state 

to be ; an attempt to determine the ultimate human 

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" Literature," pp. 107-109. 

Thamin, Raymond. Education et positivisme. 
Paris. iy.ii>. 18. VI. 6827 

Thorbecke, August, editor. Statuten und re- 
formationen der universitiit Heidelberg vom 16. 
bis 18. jahrhnndert. Herausgegeben von der ba- 
dischen historischen kommission. Leipzig. 1891. 
1- 8. VI. 6928 

Thoreau. Henry David. Anti-slavery and re- 
form papers. Selected and edited by H. S. Salt. 
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AL 3639.25 
" Thoreau's works, list of original editions," p. 20. 

> il disobedience. (Published in -Esthetic 
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Traut, Karl Hugo. Erziehung und schule; 
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VI. 1785(140) 



Ulveling, August*-. Droit international. Lea 
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VI. 6860 

University extension : a series of articles on 
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University record (The). [Puhlished hy the] 
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_ Conttut- : i. Die liandi-1-politik Xord;inierik;i>, Italicns, 
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ii. Dir idem di-r deut*chen handelspolitik von 1860 bis 
1891. Von Walther VI. 5151 

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Vessiot, A. De 1'educatioii a 1'ecole. '.i 1 cd. 
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Wallace, Kobert, prof, in iniir. of Edinburgh. 
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'White, Arthur Silva, editor. Britannic con- 
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8. pp. <>4. IHiiijr. (I'MTKn STATES 
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Wiessmer, Eduard. Herharts piidagogik. Dar- 
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Wilkins, John, of Stanstead, Essex. The 
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Wilkins, William Henry. The alien invasion. 
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Wilkinson. John Frome. Mutual thrift. Lon- 
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" of priii'-ipal auti iitrd," pp. ix.-x. 

Windom. William. The Honorable 

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Wittmer. . und /ii-h- deutscher 

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Woodward, P. Henry. One hundred year- ( 
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Worcester county, Mass. I'mr (m*i>citni<>,i. 
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la rue Saint <i.-.>r:_'< * an no. 1 (It- la rut- Latlittc. Ouverture 
ilu eoiirs dc Saint-Man- (iirardin. l.a maison de eampairnc 
il'un vieux juirr. Lettre a Philippe de Chenix 
Tony Johannot. I.'abbe (.aliani. I.e voyou. Bordeaux. 

Emaux et caniees. Cruiksliank : The liottle, The drunk- 
ard's children. lli~toire d'un ratelier. Ruclles et alcove*, 
par M. (irandin de Cuampignolles. Decamps. 1' 

- .Silhouettes d'ui-tcurs : (Fechtcr, Mine. Allan, 
. Merimeeet Libri. Terpsichore. I.'aflicheur 
du doctenr. Arrivee a Naples. Les aventures clu jeune 
banm ile Knifau*eu. L'ivresse <le Silene, par Dauuiier. 
Alger (notes an crayon). Sur la vente <les japonaiseries au 
.Tapon. I'm- )':i-~ionnette ile petite fille. l"n mot sur 
Barye. Theophile (iautier. Alphonse Danilet. 

Goncourt, Edmond and Jules DE. Prefaces et 
manifestes litteraires. 2 e mille. Paris. 1888. 
18. 12535.65 

'(* : Romans et nouvelles. Theatre. Autobio- 
graphic [Journal iles Goucourt]. llistoire. Art francais. 


Goncourt, Edmoud and Jules DE. Quelques 
creatures de ce temps. Nouvelle ed. Paris. 1878. 
\.V. 12535.60 

Originally published with the title " Une voiture de 

Goncourt, Edmond and Jules DE. Renee Mau- 
perin. Nouvelle ed. Paris. 1S90. 12. 12535.61 

Goncourt, Edmond and Jules \<\-.. Su-ur Philo- 
mene. Nouvelle ed. Paris. 1*01. 1'2". 12535.62 

Goncourt, Jules DE. Lettre.s. Paris. 1885. 
12". Port. am\fac-sirn. 12535.67 

Gordon. Han ford Lennox. The feast of the 
virgins, and other poems. Chicago. 1891. 8. 
Portrs. and plates. AL, 1665.5.10 

Graham, P. Anderson. Nature in books: .-oine 
studies in biography. London. 1891. sm. 8. 


'*. Introduction. The masrieof the fields (Rich- 
ard Jefferies). Art and scenery (Lord Tennyson). The 
philosophy of idleness (Henry David Thoreau). The ro- 
mance of life (Scott). Laborare est orare (Carlyle). The 
poetry of toil (Burns). The divinity of nature (Words- 
worth) . 

Grant, Robert (b. 1852). The reflections of a 
married man. New York. 1892. sm. 8. 

AL 1675.62 

Guillemot, Jules. Florimond, grand premier 
role; [and other stories]. Paris. 1891. 12. 


Other storifii : Une promenade ehez les sarrazins. 
Roger de May, histoire d'un indepcudant. Letn 
schen. La premiere faute. Le cretin <le Meiringen. 
L'arbre qui cliante. La sa'ur de la tragedienne. 

Hardy, Thomas, novelist. Tess of the D'Urber- 

villes. a pure woman faithfully presented. 3 vol. 

[London. Is92, '91-92.] sm! 8". 21485.19.2 

Hardy, Thomas, novelist. Wessex tales, 

strange, lively, and commonplace. London, etc. 

1889. am. 8. 21485.23 

'* -' The three strangers. The withered arm. 

Fellow-townsmen. Interlopers at the Knap. The dis- 

. preacher. 

Hardy, Thomas, novelist. The woodlanders. 
London, etc. 1889. sm. 8. 21485.24 

Harford, Frederick Kill. Epigrammati. 

mi-serious, and divertive. London. '1890. 


Harlin, Thomas, editor. Selections from Lord 
Macuulay. Robert Browning, George Eliot, and 
James Russell Lowell: as prescribed for the 
matriculation examinations at the Melbourne uni- 
versity, with notes. Melbourne. 1891. sm. 8. 


Harris, Joel Chandler. On the plantation; a 

Murv of a (ieor-iu buy's adventures during the war. 
New York. IS-.IL'. sm. 8. Port, and vdcts. 

AL 1724.4.30 

Harte, ('Francis) Bret. Colonel Starbottle's 
client, and s. >me other people. Boston, etc. 1 >'.!'. 

AL 1726.49 

*torie* : The pustmistn . of Laurel Run. A 

night at "Hays." Johnson's "old woman." The new 

int at Pine Clearing school. In a pioneer restaurant. 

A treasure of the galleon. Out of a pioneer's trunk. 
The ghosts of Stukeley castle. 

Heddaens, John. Lonllvely: an epic poem in 
xiv. books. New York. 1MK). 16". AX 1735.9.25 

Higginson, Thomas Wentworth. Concerning 
all of us. New York. 1892. 16. Port. 

AX 1753.5.37 

v.- The pillars of the republic. Good society 
and the best society. Ancestors who come after us. The 
Lilliputian theory "of woman. Little social circles. The 
merely conventional. Easy !,.(, j,- in ca*-ti-. The theory 
of universal vulgarity. Feminine conquerors. The future 
of small country towns. < >n the transplantation of wealth. 

Domestic service in the millennium. One of Thackeray's 
women. The habit of prostration. A home-made dialect. 

"I 1 English and American health. The ad- 
vantage of reasonable expectations. A new national tem- 
perament. " Of interest to women." Men judged by 
women. Lady Verney's travelling companions. The myth 
of the discontented spinster. On the desire of women to be 
individuals. The pleasing art of self-extinction. Told off 
from the human nice. The walls down. The contagion of 
manners. Repression at long range. 

Hill, George Birkbeck (Norman). Writers 
and readers. London. 1892. sm. 8. 10468.15 

Lectures read in the hall of Xew College, Oxford, before 
the members of the teachers' university association, in 1891. 

Hollonius, Ludovicus. Somnium vitae huma- 
nae; ein drama. (1605.) Herausgegeben yon 
Franz Spengler. Halle a. S. 1891. sm. 8. pp. vi., 
73. (NEUDRI-CKE deutscher litteraturwerke des 
xyi. und XVH. jahrhunderts. 95.) 17522.20 

With a reprint of the original title-page. 

Howells, William Dean. Mercy : a novel. Ed- 
inburgh, isl'i'. MIL 8. 'AX 1783.349 

The American edition has the title, " The quality of mercy." 

Howells, William Dean. The quality of mercy. 
New York. 1892. sm. 8. AL, 1783.348 

The English edition has the title, " Mercy." 

Hunt, Theodore Whitefield. Studies in litera- 
ture and stvle. New York. 1890. sm. 8. 

VII. 2733 

Content* : The claims of literary studies. The intel- 
lectual stvle. The literary style. The impassioned style. 

The popular style. Style aiid criticism. Prose style and 
poetrv. Style and satire. Style and humor. Matthew 
Arnold's English style. Emerson's English style. Inde- 
pendent literary judgments. 

Janet, Paul (Alexandre Rene). Fenelon. 
Paris. I;*'.'!', sm. 8. Port, of Fenelon. Le- 
liHANiis ecrivains fran^ais.) 8553.7 

"Notice bibliographique," pp. 201-203. 

Johnson, Samuel (1709-1784). Letters: col- 
lected and edited by G. B. Hill. 2 vol. Oxford. 
1892. 8. /flr-.s-.,,/. 16437.27 

-. ,,tx: \. O,-t. 30, 1731 Dec. 21. 1776. ii. Jan. 15, 
1777 Dec. IS. 17M. 

Kingsland, William G. Robert Browning, 
chief poet of the age. [A manual for beginners in 
the study of Browning.] New ed.. with biographi- 
cal and other additions. London. 1890. sm. 8. 
Port, of Browning nni\ fac-sim. 23444.33 

Kipling, Rudvard. Barrack-room ballads, and 
other verses. I'd ed. London. 1892. sm. 8. 



Kipling. Kudyard. Plain talcs fr.nn the hills, 
rnahridgcd cd. ' New York. [1890.] sm. 8. 
(American series.) 22495.5 

Kipling, Rudyard. <unl Balestier, Wolcott. 
'I'he naiilahka: a storv of West and Kast. [New 
ed.] New York. etc. ' 1892. sm. 8. 22495.6 

Landon, Melville l)e Lanccy. Kings of the 
platform and ]>uli>it ; biographies, reminiscences, 
and lectures of Artcmus Ward. .Mark Twain, 
Nasby, etc. , and personal reminiscences and anec- 
dotes of noted Americans. Chicago. 1890. 8. 
I'ortrs.,fnc-si>iis., and micts. 17314.28.2 

Laneham, Robert. Letter; vhcarin part of 
tlie entertainment untoo the Queenz Majesty at 
Killingworth Castl, in Warwik Sheer in this 
soomerx progress, 1575, iz signified ; from a freend, 
officer attendant in the coourt. unto hix t'reend a 
citizen, and merchaunt of London. He-edited, 
with foreword.- describing all the accessible books, 
tales, and ballads, in Captain Cox's list and the 
("omplaynt of Scotland, l.VtS-9, by F. J. Furnivall. 
London. IS'.H). 8. Front., plates, and plan. 
(LomXHT, Kng. New Shakspere society. [Publ. 
vi 14.) Eng. lit. 2279 

Lanson, Gustave. Boileau. Paris. 1892. 
8m.8 . Front. (Les GRANDS dcrivains franeais.) 


Larroumet, Gustave. fitudes d'histoire et de 
critique dramatiques. Paris. 1892. sm. 8. 


Contmtt : " CEdipc roi " ct la tru^'lie ilf Sopliocle. La 
fimu-dif on Fraud- an uioycn airc. De Mohtre it Miiri- 
vaux. Shake -pi-arc ct If tlieatri- franoais. Hfauiiiarrhai* ; 

1'li.iiiniic t-t rn-nvrf. I,f thOut r<- ct hi morale. J.i-* , <- 

It-* iiin-iir-. I.f theatre* ill- Paris; troupes ft 

Lemer, .Tulien. Balzac: sa vie, son oeuvre. 
[Withj I.ettre adresseea I'autcur par Ernest Kenan. 
Paris. 1*1)2. 12. 10517.2.2 

Leacure, Mathnrin Francois Adolphe DE. Ber- 
nardin de Saint-Pierre. 1'aris. 1892. 8. Port. 
't-I'irrre. riyii., and wdcts. (CoLr.KcnoN 
des classiques populaires.) 9596.22 

Lencure, Mathurin Krancoi* Adolphe DE. Cha- 
teaubriand. 1'aris. 1892. sm. 8. Port, of Cha- 
trniihriniul. ( Le* .,i: \si,* t'-crivains francais.) 


Logan, A fct-rnnn Sydney. Messalina ; a tragedy 
in five acts. Philadelphia. 1890. 12 or sm. 8. 

AL 2382.5.1O 

Low, Walter Hiimboldt. A historv of English 
literature, \. n. 14". 1580. London. [1890.] sin. 8". 
pp. (4), 71. (Univ. corr. coll. tutorial iei 


Lowell, James Russell. American idea* for 

ith iiitroiliiction l.v Ili-nrv Stone. 

front. AL 2395.650 

'. Iiitnxliirtioii. Ui-f,,r.- tin- Kdinburifh philo- 

w>|)hir-al iiftilutioii. Bi-fon tin- Lninli.n cliamlM-r .( . .,n,. 

i amliriilp-. (in |{.,|,,.|-t 

nxirial. Ho- 

.iiinc-il <.f tl.- On intcrnii- 

tiOMl nntnuion. At * :ny ilinm-r. 

. IIM mo rial fountain prcwnlnflon. At thf ilinncr 
to AMrtM .iiillinr. Ucfnrr tin- Lirfqinr.! pliiN.niathif 

I *' <">.. \M-rr gathered from tin Bng 

P* 1 ?*}'*) P"** M r*poru-<l ("i .1 ti-nip'ii.ii \ |ini-pn*r, 

' . - ' : i . . 

M'Cormirk. William S. Three lectures on 
-li literature. PaMey, etc. 18H'.'. tm.fV. 


' / litpmtMrr HIM! unir<-r-it> < ati,.n. 
K-trr of \\illim WonJ.worth. Tlif pootr. 
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Mc\Villiam, Koliert. Longmans' handliook of 

literature, t'roin \.i>. i',7'.\ to the i 
time. New York, etc. 1891. sm. 8. pp. .\.. r,n|. 


Maeterlinck, Maurice. Lew sept priii. 
Bruxelles. 1891. sm. 8. pp. G4 + . 12565.2 
Marchand, Alt'reil. 1'oetes et pen>eurs. Paris. 
1892. sm. 8. 12573.1 

lit: .In-tin KiTiirr. Alii-c il<- ( lianiliricr. Jules 
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(il'i-aril. Bemard-Derotne. Mailanif Ackfrniaiin. 
Philippe < ic riant, [psnnioii. fur Mnif. I tanlcnnc ilc la (iraii- 
gerle]. EdmoodTtuMidifere. Mmrie d'boer-EcbenlMcb. 

Marmontel, Jean Francois. Memoire* : pu- 
hlie*. avec preface, note*, ct tables, par Maurice 
Tourncux. :; torn. Paris. 1MH. Hi". 9598.8 

Masson, David. Edinburgh sketches X- memo- 
ries. London, etc. 1892. 8. 9466.4O 
'*: (^nt-fii Mary's Kdintnirjfli. H..l.i-rt Kullork 
and tin' beginnlngaof EdinDargfa nni\fi-sitv. Kin^.lann'-'- 

I'arcwcll t(i BolVTOOd. I'rnpiKfil memorial tn DniniiiniiKl ill" 
Hawtlinniilfii. Allan Hainsay. I.adv \Vanllaiv ami thf 
B&roneu Nairnc. Kilinliiii-^li tbrongn tin- Dunda* di-s. 
putisiii. Thf la>t yfars <(" Sir Waller Scott. ( 'arlylc's 
KdinhnrKh lil'f. Charles Kirkpalrifk Sharpi-. lohn '] lill 
Bnrton. Dr. Jnhn liro\vn of Kdinlinrtrh. I.iti-rarv his- 
tory of Edinburgh; a jrcm-i-al rc\ic\v. 

Many dl' thff enayi \\ei-f lir-t pnlilishcd in flu- >'. 
U'fx/iiii/ixt, i- f i'ii >r. and .\[nr,i,ill,tn'x nun/,' 

Meneudez y Pelayo, Man-elino. ttlifm: An- 
tologia de poetas liricos castellanos, desde la for- 
macion d(d idioma liasta nuestros dias. 'Tom. i.. ii. 
2 torn. Madrid. lS'.io-!M. sm. 8". ( i i . \ 
clasica, !:{(!, 149.) IV. 3828 

Menendez y Pelayo, Marcelino. Calderon y 
suteatro; conferencias dada- en el circnlo de la 
union catolica. 3 ed. Madrid. 1SS4. Ki". 

(CilLKCCIoN de escritores castellanos. : IV. 3829 

Menendez y Pelayo, Marcelino. La ciencia 

espanola. poleniicas. proyectos. y hihliografia : con 

un pr61ogO ile Gumersindo Laverde Unix. ;{* ed., 

refundida y aumentada. : t.nn. Madrid. l>-7 88. 

16. (Coi.KccioN de escritores castellanos.) 

" Invcntario liililin^ral'K'o," iii. l-_'."i-44."i. IV. 3832 

Menendez y Pelayo, Marcelino. Kstudio* de 

critica literaria. Madrid. l,S,s4. 1'!". (COUCO 

. I..N ,le escritores castellanos.) IV. 3831 

>. --De la poc-ia ini*tic:i. D>- la hi*tnria fimi. 
dc rada ciiiiid nhra aiti>tii-a. San I^iilnrn. Nnti. , 
la villa y "crii..* ,|,- limlripi ( 'am. Kram-iseo Martunv. df 
la Ko-a. (iaspar Nnin / dc Aivr. 

Menendez y Pelayo, Marcelino. Historia de 
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t*.' L lla-ia line- ili-l >it'ln\\. -J> , d., i-.irrfL'ida 
y annif ntada. 'Jn.1. IS'.MI-'.I!. ii. Sipln-\\i. \\II. -\"1. 
lssj._iii. sit'ln XVHI. -J vol. 1880. iv., v. Si).-lo MX. 
:i v.ii. i*: 

Menendez y Pelayo, Marcelino. i Ida- 
tola*. \ tra-edia*: con una introdiiccion de .luan 

Yalera. Madrid. 1--::. 16. Port. <' I--N 

de e*critnres castellanos.) IV. 383O 

. . pl-l. il.l*. I)..- II. infill:!* dr l'.-'|llil<> 

in trii < n<-.idf n,i. In ;. -- \|'f lldlrf. 

Millet, Frank Da\i*. A capillary crime, and 
other *torie*. New Vnrk. I-'. 1 : 1 . *m s . 
and )t l1r. AL 2461.9.2O 

. A 
ICuliiiiii. - Mi dn-.i' In .id. Th. l.inrth w:iil. - Tin- lmli. 

Mifitere Le du Viel 're*tameiit. |nilili 
introduction, note* et -lo^-airc, par le baron .lames 
de Rothschild. <: toin. Pari*. 1*7* HI. 8". 
Wdctt. ' Sm if i T |.| - vs. ii \ - i i \ i i * i i; \\ MS. 

[Publ.]) 8593.12 



Mivart, St. George. Essays and criticisms. 
2 vol. Boston. 1892. 8. 2O436.45 

Content* : i. Jacobinism. Sorel's ' Europe and the 
French resolution.' Memoirs of a royalist [le comte tie 
FallouxJ. State organisation. Notes on Spain. Monu- 
ment.! ritual ia ecclesiae auglicanae; by William Maskell. 
A Devonshire relic [the abbey of Biickfast]. A vi*it to 
some Austrian monasteries. The greyfriars. National 
education. The meaning of life. The government of life. 
- ter. Why tastes differ. The feelings and the in- 
tellert ; or, The psychology of the emotion-. 

ii. The descent of man; by Charles Darwin. Evolution 
and its consequences; a reply to Prof. Huxley. Specific 
genesis. Herbert Spencer. Prehistoric and savage man. 

Address to the British association, 1879. Force, energy, 
and will. Likenesses; or, Philosophical anatomy. Ht-'r- 
maim Lotze and the mechanical philosophy. A limit to 
evolution. Organic nature's riddle. What are animals 
and pla: :*nn's theories : the beginning and end 
of life. Eimer on growth and inheritance. 

Many of these articles appeared originally in the Quarterly, 
Edinburgh, Xintttenth century, Fortnightly, Contemporary, 
and other reviews. 

Morgenstero, Gust.iv. Oddr, Fagrskinna. 
Snorre ; beitriige zur altnordischen litteraturge- 
schichte. Leipzig. 1890. 8. pp. (4), 57. Diagr. 

IV. 3751 

Morillot, Paul. Boileau. Paris. 1891. 8. 
Portrs. (COLLECTION des classiques populaires.) 


Miiller. Rudolf. Untersuchung iiber den ver- 
ier altfranzosischen dichtung Wilhelra von 
England. Bonn. 1891. 8. 27271.23 

The author seeks to show that the author of the " Guil- 
launie d'Angleterre " (printed in Michel's Chroniqueg anglo- 
nortnandet) is Chrestien de Tro - 

Nadal, Ehrman Syme. Essays at home and 
elsewhere. London. 1882. 8. ' AL 2512.3.15 

Content*: The old Boston road. Artemus Ward. 
Byron. Thackeray's relation to English society. The con- 
ditions of dandyism". Mr. Matthew Arnold. "A day or two 
in Sussex. Two poems of Collins. William Cullen 'Bryant. 

A trip to a political convention. A recollection of the 
South. Journalism as exemplified by Walter Bagehot. 
Newspaper literary criticism. 

Nettleship, John T. Robert Browning ; essays 
and thoughts. 2d ed. London. 1890. am. 8. " 


The first nine of thr - . - - re published in 1868, under 
the title "Essays on Robert "Browning's poetry." 

Nisard. (Jean Marie Napoleon) Desire. Essais 
sur 1'ecole romantique. Paris. 1891. 18. 


Content* : Odes et ballades, par Victor Hugo. Poemes, 
par le comte Alfred de Yigny. Contes d'Espagne et d'ltalie, 
par Alfred de Mussc-t. T. immortalite de 1'ame, on Les qnatre 
ages religieux, par M. de Norvins. Les consolations, poesies 
par Sainte-Beuve. Harmonies poetiques et religieuses, par 
Alphouse de Lamartine. Notre-Dame de Paris, par Victor 
Hugo. Les feuilles d'antomne, par Victor Hugo. Avant- 
propos, par Victor Hugo. Mauifeste centre la litterature 
facile. Lettre an directenr de la Rente de Paris. Un 
amendemeut a la definition de la litterature facile. Victor 
Hugo en ls>5. M. de Lamartine en 1837. 

O'Brien, Cornelius. Aminta ; a modern life 
drama. New York. 1890. 12. AL 2626.1.25 

Page, Thomas Nelson. The old South : essays. 
social and political. New York. 1892. sm. 8. 


Content* : The old South. Authorship in the South 
before the war. Glimpses of life in colonial Virginia. 
Social life in old Virginia before the war. Two old colonial 
places [Yorktown, the home of the Nelsons, and " Rosewell," 
f the Pages]. The old Virginia lawyer. The want of a 
m-tory of the Southern people. The negro question. 

Paleologne. Maurice. Alfred de Vigny. Paris. 
l v 'l. sm. 8. Port, of A. de Vigny. (Les GRANDS 
ecrivains franeais.) " 11564.33 

Pattison. Mark. Isaac Casaubon. 1559-1614. 
2d ed. Oxford. 1892. 8. Port, of Casaubon. 

VI. 7042 

"Sources," pp. 1-2. " Chronological list of works by 
Casaubon," pp. 475-484. 

Phillips, Henry, jr., translator. German Ivrics. 
Philadelphia. 1892. 8. 16567.31 

" Printed for private circulation only." 

Popp, Mine. Caroline (BOUSSART). Recite et 
legendes des Flandres. 4 ed. Bruxelles. [1890.] 
sm. 8. 25282.13 

Content*: Le pavilion de chasse d'Uytkerke. Ic hon 
de Bronck. Nathalie, souvenir de Blan'kenberghe. Les 
cinq anneanx. Legende de la dentelle. Jantje ran Sluis, 
Jean de 1'Eclnse. Bruges soutcrrain. 

Proctor, Edna Dean. Poems. Boston, etc. 

AL 2994.3.15 

"Pulci, Luigi.] Morgant der Riese in deutscher 
ubersetzung des xvi. jahrhunderts, herausgegeben 
von Albert Bachmann. Tubingen. 1890. 8. 
(STCTTGART Litterarischer rerein . Bibliothek, 


Qnillard, Pierre. La gloire du verbe. 1885- 
1890. Paris. 1890. sm. 8. 12556.4 

Content* : La gloire du verbe. Les mvthes. Maya. 
La vanite du verbe. 

Reyssie, Felix. La jeunesse de Lamartine; 

d'apres des documents nouveanx et des lettres ine- 

dites. Paris. 1892. sm. 8. 11578.45 

"Richet, Charles.] A la recherche de la gloire. 

[By Charles Epheyre, pscudon.] 2 ed. Paris. 

- 18. 12533.6 

Content* : A qnoibon? La microbe. Le pensionnaire 
de M. Lolo. Les enfants de M. Gnillaume. Hassan, ou 
Le mauvais fils. Les aventures de Jeanuot. Le inirosan- 
rus. L'homme anx serpents. 

Riley, James Whitcomb. Rhymes of child- 
hood. Indianapolis. 1891. sm. 8. Front. 

AL 3145.4.20 

Rocafort, J. Les doctrines litteraires de 1'En- 
cyclopedie ; ou, Le romantisme des encvclopedistes. 
Paris. 1890. 8. ' 7565.31.2 

Rod, Edouard. Stendhal [Henri Beyle]. Paris. 
1892. sm. 8. Front. (Les GRANDS ecrivains 
fran9ais.) 1O523.7 

Roe, John Elisha. The mortal moon ; or, Bacon 
and his masks. The Defoe period unmasked. 
New York. [1891.] sm. 8. pp. 605. 14443.24 

This work presents Lord Bacon, not merely as the author 
of the Shakespeare writings, but of Stubb's' Anatomy of 
abuses, The court of King James, Burton's Anatomy of mel- 
ancholy, Robinson Crusoe, and Pilgrim's progress. " Touch- 
ing his fall, Bacon in one of the so-called Shakespeare sonnets 

' The mortal moon hath her eclipse endured.' " 

Roman de Thebes (Le) ; public d'apres tous 
les manuscrits par Leopold Constans. 2 torn. 
Paris. 1890. 8. Fac-sim. (SOCIETE DES AX- 
CIENS TEXTES FRANCOIS. [Publ.]) 27282.69 

Rousseau, Jean Jacques. Extraits en prose ; 
publics avec une introduction et des notes par 
L. Brunei. Paris. 1892. 16. 9558.13 

Life, pp. iii.-lx. 

Saintsbury, George, editor. Seventeenth cen- 
tury lyrics. New York. 1892. sq. 24. (The 
POCKET library of English literature, 5.) 10415.63 

Sarcey, or SARCEV DE SCTTIERES, Francisqne. 
Souvenirs d'age mur. 6 e ed. Paris. 1892. 18. 


SarrazLn, Gabriel. La renaissance de la poesie 
anglaise, 1798-1889. Paris. 1889. sm. 8. 


Content* : Shelley. Wordsworth. Coleridge. Ten- 
nyson. Robert Browning. Walt Whitman. 

Schafer, Hermann. Uber die Pariser HSS. 1451 
und 22555 der Huon de Bordeaux-sage : beziehung 
der HS. 1451 zur "Chanson de Croissant.'" die 
"Chanson de Huon et Callisse," die "Chanson 
de Huon. roi de feerie." Marburg. 1892. 8. 
(ACSGABEN und abhandlungen aus dem gebiete der 
romanischen philologie, 90.) Philol. 383(90) 


Scherer. Willielm. l>eutsche .-tudien. i. untl ii. 
L" anil. W ini. <-,<-. l.s'.U. 8. 16524.48 

: E I. ii. Die illlfuil^l- des miime- 

. illy puhlished in tin- Sit-iiniixlii rii-litr <l . ji/iit.-/iinl. 

. IsTo, l.\i\.; is74. l\\i\. 

Schindler, Hermann. Die kreu//ii;, r e in dcr 
altproven/ali.schcn mill mittelhochdentschcn lyrik. 
Dresden 1889. I IT- :; ''' ProgT.d Annen- 
sclmle. real^ym. " lss;>. nr. BJ6." 7591.36 

Schmidt, Kridi. Leasing; gcschichte seines 
Ichciis unil -' -iiii-r scliriftcii. 1' bde. in 3 vol. 
Hcrlin. 1>" t '.'-'. *". 1'i'i-trs. 17551.28 

Scott. >'// Walter. luirt. On the ilraina and the 
theatre: ob-er\ alions on Massinu'er's The city 
madam. Edinburgh. 188-?] sin. I". pp. (5). 
"Stillic's memorial manual," 188-?, pp. 41 -i:>. 19428.11 

Shackford, Charles Chauncy. Social and lit- 
erarv paper-. F.o-tuii. IM'L'. sm. s . 

AL 3391.2.25 

.- .K-chvln- "ii some modern -"rial prohlems. 
i-t in tin- si'co ml century (Lin-ian). A sceptic in 
'ciitli century [Voltaire]. Nemesis in Greek trair- 
rilv. The pope in "The rinir and tin- hook." Mrowning's 
In a l.alcony." Tin- <iroi k comedy of manners. Plato's 
Republic. Aristotli '- ' Politics. " Social pi-oL'i'' 
ciul plans ami prohlcnis. Social tendencies. Tlic nation 
:n in Sliak<peare. The coiiiiiion rca-oii in 
social reionns. Ili-tnry as ilcvi-lopun-nt. 

Shakespeare, William. Sliakr>]>caiv's ruk- of 
life; [ri)ii.-i.-tini, r it' M-U-ctions from his works which 
shuw hi- ideas ( ,t lite as it should be]. Compiled 
l,v K. K. Fislilev. Boston. 1891. sm. 8. pp. :'._'. 


Sharp, William, of London. The life and 

letters ;.f Joseph Severn. London. 1 *'.':.'. s". 

J'nrtrs., plates, and fur-sims. 18471.9 

Sidney, >'// 1'hilip. The countc-as of Pem- 

broke's Arcadia. The original quarto edition 

in photographic facsimile, with a biblio- 

graphical introduction: edited bv II. o. Sommer. 

London, is'.il. 8". pp. ix., (3), 45, (3), ff. (), 

360. 14457.24 

"300 i. No. 111." 

Sieukiewicz, Ilenrsk. With fire and .-word: 

an historical novel of Poland and Kuv-ia. Trans- 

lated from the Polish bv .Jeremiah Ciirtin. ISoston. 

l.v.iu. s. pp. xvi., 779. IV. 3781 

Silvcstre, Armand. n,nt Morand, Kuu'ene. 

(Jri-t'-lidis ; mr-tere en trois actes. un jirolo^ue et 

Li-lie en ver- lilire.-. I'.iri-. 1891. 8. 


Smith, Franci- Hopkinson. A day :;t I.a-uerre's 

and other dav : beini,' nine -k'-ti-he-. P.ostun. ttc. 

i. 8. AL 3455.4.75 

:i, noniloliei. I'mli-r the 

:' .nal lie la N'ijfa. 

i lioiltle. ( .ipt.iin .Joe. Hiiti-liins. 

Steffen. i Kotroii-stixlien. i. Oppeln. 

1891 8527.9.2 

Coatfnli : L Jean de Ilotrou aU nii'-lialnncr Louc dc 

Stephen, >'i"/-.)aiiu'.s Fit/janH-x, \#llinrt. Horae : reprint of articles contributed to the 

: ...lid-in. ./, 
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mill.. i wi>rk-. The mi. 
i. lift-. n. limn' '- 

Steuart, John A. Letters to living authors. 

London. L890. 8. l' rtt-f. 10436.18 

Stevenaon, Kobert Loui-. Across the plains; 

with other memories and eMavs. New York, i.s'.cj. 


- the plains. (1H7H.) Tlie old Paeit'n- 

capital [ Miintei. y |. (1880.) FonUinebleai 

Kpiloyne to 'An found voyage.' Kamlmn iiienmri. 
lantern-hearer-. A chapter -MI dream*. Me- 
to a v ..un-.' k'eiillcinan who projio-es to emhrace the . 
art. Pulvis et iimhra. A Clirist.ina* sermon. (I 
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', and Si-rili 

Stevenson, Kobert Louis, mnl Osbourne, 

Llovd. Theurecker. New York. 1M>2. sm. H". 
Front, and ^lates. 2O425.46 

Stohsel, Karl. Lord Hymns trancrspiel " \\', r- 
ner " mid seine quelle : eine return;,'. Krlan^en. 

is'.n. s". pp. vi., (2), 86. (ERLAHOBB beitrige 
/ur enyli-chen philologie, 11.) Philol. 667.3 

Syracuse, .V. )'. Hi-nvniiHj clnl>. Memorial 
meet'mir held at May memorial church. .Ian. !>. l>'.'u. 
[ Papers read by C. .1 . Little. Mr-. M. K. P>aL r u r . 
K. W. Mmidy. and others.] Syracuse. N. V. l-'.">. 
8". ],],. 94. Front, 23444.31 

Tennyson, Alfred. \*f /.nrmi. The fore-ters : 
K'obin Hood and Maid Marian. New York, etc. 
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[Urqnhart, Henry II. . 

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Hi\i-ta ineii-ile di lettere e d'arti. Niiova -eric. 

iii. n. 1 .'?. (iennaio- mar/o. Is'.M. '-' vol. and 

:? nos. Firm/.-. 1889-91. lands'. IX. 19O 

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"Wasted moments ; poems. Buffalo. 1891 
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" I'rivately printed." 

"Whitman. Walt, properly Walter. Selected 
pneins. New York. 1892. sm. 8. Port, and 
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AL 4159.96 

Wicksteed, Gnstavus William. Waifs in verse 
[and Waif? in prose, including a review of ' The 
history of Canada, by William Kingsford"]. 
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"Williams, F. P. A true son of libertv. New 
York. W2. 8. AL 4167.5.25 

"Wilson. I. McC. The fate of the leaf. Balti- 
more. is'Jl. 1-2. pp.47. Plate. AL 4169.3.15 

"Winter, Jakob, and "Wiinsche, (Karl) August, 
. Die jiidische litteratur seit abschluss des 
kanons ; eine prosaische und poetische anthologie 
mit biographischen und litterargeschichtlichen ein- 
leitungen : unter mitwirkung von W. Bacher, Sam. 
Back. Ph. Bloch. etc. herausgegeben. 1.-4. lief. 
4 lief. Trier. 1891-92. 8. Sem. 465 

"Winter, William. Shakespeare's England. 
Newed. New York. etc. 1892. 24". 8454.10.2 

"Witthoeft, Friedrich. ' Sirventes joglaresc " : 
ein blick auf das altfranzosisehe spielmannsleben. 
Marburg. 1891. 8. pp. (2), 73. (AUSOABEX 
und abhandlungen aus dem gebiete der romanischen 
philologie. 88.) Philol. 383 ,6> 

"Wood-ward, Brinton Webb. Old wine in new 
bottle* [essay*, sketches, reminiscences of travel, 
and bits of verse]. For old and new friends. 
Lawrence, Kansas. 1890. 8. 3 plates. 

AL 4187.50 


Additions to the Dante Society's collection in 
Harvard College Library. 

[Ancona, Alessandro D'.] Letteratura dantesca 
[and notices of other works published in Italy in 
1891. Torino. 1891.] 8. pp. 20. Dn. 570.12 

" Estratto dalla Ririitta torica italiana, vol. viii. fasc. iv., 
anno I 

Antonibon, Giulio. Note in margine. [A 
review of Prof. Ruggero della Torre's Poeta- 
Veltro. Padova. 1892.] 4. Dn. 

" II Veneto IttUrario," anno ii. n. -J, 4, 5-7. 

Balzo, Carlo DEL. compiler. Poesie di mille 
autori intorno a Dante Alighieri ; raccolte ed ordi- 
nate cronologicamente con note storiche, biblio- 
grafiche e biografiche. Vol. i.-iii. 3vol. Roma. 

Dn. 532.9 

" Etlizione di 300 esemplari. N. 33." 

../*. i. 1283-1332. 1889. ii. 1334-1390. 1890. 
iii. 1396-1460. ISyl. 

Dante Alighieri. Johannis de Serravalle 
translatio et comentum totius libri Dantis Aldi- 
gherii; cum textu italico fratris Bartholomaei a 
Colle. nunc primum edita [by Marcellino da 
CivezzaandTeofiloDomenichelli]. Prati. 1891. 
f. pp. xlviii., 1236. Dn. 8.91 

"Notizie preliminari," pp. tx.-xxxvi. 

Dante Alighieri. La divina commedia ; ridotta 
a miglior lezione con 1'aiuto di ottimi manoscritti 
italiani e forestieri e soccorsa di note edite ed ine- 
dite antiche e moderne. per cura del cav. Giuseppe 
Campi. 3 vol. Torino, unione tipografico-editrice. 
1888-91. 8. Medallion of Dante, port, of Campi, 
and 129 plates. *Dn/28.88.4 

"Discorso preliminare," by Campi, i. v.-lxvii. 

"O'enni biografiei di Campi, i. Lxixvii.-xciv. 

Dante Alighieri. The divine comedy. Trans- 
lated by C. E. Norton. 3vol. Boston, rfr. 1891- 
sm. 8. Dn. 48.1 

The same. ii. Boston, etc. 1892. sm. 8. 

Dn. 48.1.2 

Dante Alighieri. L'enfer ; traduit en vers 
par tercets conformes a ceux du teite par Hya- 
cinthe Vinson. Paris. 1887. sm. 8. Port, and 
table. Dn. 81.1 

" Traductions fnu9aises de Dante," pp. Lx.-xi. 

Ouvrage* de Vinson, pp. 231-232. 

The cover has the date 1888. 

"Dante Alighieri.] Danteren Comediaren lehen 
zatia. [The first canto of the Inferno, translated 
into Basque by the Abbe Inchauspe. Paris. 1892.] 
sq. 16. pp. 64-. (2 cop.) Dn. 12O.5; 1275.4O 

Dante Alighieri. Das purgatorium : Gott- 
liche komodie ii. Metrisch iibertragen von Carl 
Bertrand. Heidelberg. 1891. ff>. Dn. 86.6.2 

Ferrari, Pietro. II Dante dell' idiota al cospetto 
deidotti; [prolegomeni] . Roma. 1878. 8. pp.76. 

Dn. 130.18 

Gitterman, John Milton. The politico-histori- 
cal side of the Montagues and Capulets. [New 
York. 1892.] 8. pp. (7). Dn. 156.1 

Irring magazine, Feb. 1892; i. 35-41. 

Ingaagiato. Vincenzina. Osservazioni su al- 
cuni commenti del prologo della Divina commedia. 
Girgenti. 1890. sm. 8. Dn. 133.1.2 

Kraus, Franz Xaver. Luca Signorelli's illus- 
trationen zu Dante's Divina commedia, zum ersten- 
mal herausgegeben. Freiburg i. B. 1892. 4 . 
pp. viii.. 38. Vign. and 11 plates. Dn. 533.4 

Mioletti, Pietro. Guelfi e ghibellini nel Para- 
diso di Dante Alighieri; inchiesta sulla storia 
dTtalia. Alba. 1891. 8. pp. 34+. Dn. 137.24 

Mott, Lewis Freeman. Dante and Beatrice ; 
an e->ay in interpretation. New York. 1892. 16. 
pp. 18. Dn. 162.2 

Nannucci, Vincenzio. Intorno alle voci usate 
da Dante secondo i commentator! in grazia della 
rima; osservazioni. Corfu'. 1840. 8. pp. 76+. 

Dn. 250.3 

Passerini, G. L. . Conte. Del matrimonio di 
Dante Alighieri; saggio di ana storia del " casato 
di Dante." Venezia. 1891. 1.8. pp.11. 

Dn. 415.7 

E-tratto dalT AlighUri, vol. iii. fasc. 5, 6, 7." 

Ponta. Marco Giovanni. Dell' eta che in sua 
persona Dante raffigura nella Divina commedia; 
studio pubblicato per cura di Carmine Gioia. 
Torino. 1891. 8. pp. 33. Dn. 140.8.4 

Ponta, Marco Giovanni. Orologio dautesco e 
Tavola cosmografica ; per cura di Carmine Gioia. 
Citta di Castello. 1892. 8. Dn. 14O.8.5 

"Sngli studii di Ponta nelle opere di Dante Alighieri," 

Savini. Ferdinando. I papi, i cardinali, i 
chierici. i frati, la religione, a giudizio di Dante 
Alighieri. Con tre appendici : Suor Beatrice Ali- 
ghieri : II sepolcro e le ossa del poeta ; II ritratto 
di Dante fatto dal Giotto, ed esistente in Ravenna. 
2ed. Ravenna. 1890. sm. 8. pp. viii.. 81. 

Dn. 143.14.2 

Savini, Ferdinando. Maria Vergine nel poema 
sacro di Dante Alighieri. 2* ed. Ravenna. 1891. 
sm. 8. pp. 61 + ." Dn. 143.14.3 

Scartazzini, Giovanni Andrea. Dante-hand- 
buch : einfiihrung in das studium des lebens nnd 
der schriften Dante Alighieri's. Leipzig. 1892. 


Dn. 418.4.3 

6 2 


Torre, Ruggero KKI.I.A. La quarta cgloga di 

Virjrilin; ronimentata secnndo I'arte graimnatica. 
r.iine. 1892. 8. Dn. 144.11.6 

Venice, Itti/y Imp. r. isti1n1<> rrnrtii //i xri- 
enzr, lettrrr ed arti. II natali/io di Dante Ali.Lfbieri 
dojx) si-ieento anni frsteggiato dull' istituto e dalla 

citia' di Vene/ia. [Dello rela/inni tra la \ita 
d' esilio di Dante Alighieri e la romposi/ione del 
sacro poema; discorso did niembro S. l{. Minicli. 
l)ant- e le arti belli-; discorso del prof. Michel- 
angelo Asson. Vene/ia.] 1865. 1. 8. pp. '.(C. 

Dn. 561.7 


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those following special stuilir*. As the headings are brief, 
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which arc perfectly apparent) urc here indicated. 

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first, including bibliography, biographical reference books, 
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Voted, to communicate this election to the Board of Overseers that they may consent thereto if they 
see fit. 

Voted, to reappoint GEORGE JOSEPH OSCAR PFKIFFER, Ph.D., Assistant in Chemistry for 1892-93. 

Voted, to appoint the following Assistants for 1892-93 : HARRIS EASTMAN SAWYER, A.B., in 
Chemistry; ALFRED COPE GARRETT, A.M., in Anglo-Saxon. 

MEETING OF JUNE 13, 1892. The Treasurer reported a gift of $250, received through Professor 
,1 AMKS C. WHITE from Miss LUCY ELLIS, for the use of the Professor of Pathology in 1892-93, and the 
same was gratefully accepted. 

Voted, to amend the standing rules and orders of the President and Fellows and the Board of Over- 
seers relating to the Committee on the Regulation of Athletic Sports by substituting for the words 
' three members of the College Faculty " the words " three members of the University Faculties." 

On consideration of the report from the Faculty of Arts and Sciences through a committee appointed 
by the Faculty on May 31, 1892, it was 

Voted, that the President and Fellows, with the consent of the Board of Overseers, will this year, 
but no longer, confer the degrees of Bachelor of Arts and Master of Arts simultaneously on persons 
recommended by the Faculty under the circumstances described in the Faculty's report. 

Voted, to appoint SYLVESTER ROSA KOEHLER, Curator of the John Witt Randall collection of 
engravings for five years from May 10, 1892. 

Voted, to appoint JOHN BERTRAM WILLIAMS, A.B., Publication Agent from June 15, 1892. 

Voted, to reappoint as Preachers to the University for 1892-93 : LYMAX ABBOTT. D.D. ; CHARLES 

Voted, to appoint as Preacher to the University for 1892-93 : ELIJAH WINCHESTER DONALD, D.D. 

Voted, to appoint the following Committee on the Regulation of Athletic Sports for 1892-93 : Three 

Voted, to appoint the following Instructors from September 1, 1892 : THEODORE WILLIAM RICHARDS, 
A.M., in English; GEORGE PIERCE BAKER, A.B.. in English. 

Voted, to reappoint for 1892-93: DANIEL DENISOX SLADE, A.B., M.D., Lecturer on Comparative 

Voted, to reappoint the following Instructors for 1892-93: JOHN JOSEPH HAYES, in Elocution; 
SAMUEL SILAS CURRY, Ph.D., in Elocutiou; ROBERT WHEELER WILLSON, Ph.D., in Astronomy and 
Physics; ALFRED BULL NICHOLS, A.B., in German; JOHN CASSAN WAIT, M.C.E., LL.B., in Surveying 
and Drawing; ARTHUR ASTOR CAREY, A.B., in English: WILLIAM FRANCIS GANONG, A.M., in Botany; 
TORREY, Jr., A.M., in Chemistry: GEORGE SANTAYAXA, Ph.D., in Philosophy; CHARLES BEXEDICT 
JOHNSON. A.B., C.E., in Engineering; BENJAMIN LINCOLN ROBINSON, Ph.D., in German; HERMAN 
WADSWORTH HALEY, Ph.D., in Latin; WILLIAM McMiCHAEL WOODWORTH, Ph.D., in Microscopical 
Anatomy: WILLIAM MORSE COLE, A.B., in Political Economy; COMFORT AVERY ADAMS, Jr., S.B., 
in Electrical Engineering. 

Voted, to appoint the following Instructors for 1892-93: JOHN HAYS GARDINER. A.B., in English; 
HAMMOND LAMOXT, A.B., in English; HERBERT NICHOLS, Ph.D., M.D., in Psychology. 

Voted, to reappoint Professor JOHN WESLEY CHURCHILL, A.M., Instructor in Elocution in the 
Divinity School for 1892-93. 

Voted, to reappoint for 1892-93 : FREDERICK PERRY FISH, LL.B., Lecturer on Patent Law ; FRANK 
BREWSTER, A.M., LL.B., Instructor in the Peculiarities of Massachusetts Law and Practice. 

Voted, to reappoint as Proctors for 1892-93 : JOHN EDMUND BAHSS, A.B. : FRANCIS GORDON CAFFEY, 

Voted, to appoint as Proctors for 1892-93 : MMXTAI.CI: CHAMBERLAIN; FRANK COLE BABBITT, A.B. ; 

Voted, to appoint the following Assistants for 1892-93 : ROBERT MORSE LOVETT, in English ; HUGH 
M..CULLOUGH. Jr.. A.B., in English. 

Voted, to reappoint CHARLES POMEROY WORCESTER, M.D., Secretary of the Medical School for 


Voted, to rcappoint for 1>'.'L' ::'.: Tin.oi>oi;i: FI-III i:. M.l>.. Lecturer on Mental Diseases; 
SAMUEL HOI MI- DM:. .is. M.D.. Lecturer on Hygiene. 

. to reappoint tin- following: Instructors for ls'.r_ '.i; 1 . ; HINKV PVKKI.I; HIINC^. M.D. .in His- 

tolou'v : .UMI - .1 v K-.IN i'i nrAJf, M.D. , in Diseasea of the Nerrons System ; FI.HKHK.I < <\ MM ( 'i MM:. 

M.D.. in tin- Theory ami Practice of Physic: FKVNM- HIM:V D v v I.N roiri . M.D., in < i v naecology ; 
F.nvv vi;n MVI:-IIMI. P>M KINI;II \i. M.D.. in Diseases of Children: WILLIAM W n 1 1 \\ . .1: i 11 (,\\M 11, 
M.D.. hi Clinical Medicine: CIIAKI.KS M.>N n: v\ H.I.I. (ii:i:is. M.D.. in Obstetrics: FI:VNKDN Hi. sin 
II. ..i I'M:. M.D.. in Laryngology; II 1:1:111:1; r LKSI.II: Mi 1:1:1.1 i.. M.D.. in Clinical Surgery: HII:MAN 
FI:\SK YHKIIM. M.D.. in Clinical Medicine; JOHN CKLAN Cv i: nw i 1.1 . .M.D., in Physiology. 

Vntril. to rcappoint the following Clinical Instructors for is'.i'j :i:; : ,I.>MN HOMVNS. M.D., in the 
Diau'lio.-is ami Treatment of < )varian Tumors ; Fi>wvi;n Co\\ i .1:-. M. D.. in Mental Disease-: FI:WM- 

1', 1 1 1; i i SMI ..n. M.I)., in Syphilis; ^A UN Kit POST. M. D.. in Syphilis ; (ii.oi:..!. W V-IIIN..ION (,\\ . 

M.D.. in S urnc r\ : AKIIIII: Ti.-vcv CABOT, M.D., in Oenito-urinary Snrgerv : ftUNCIfl Si.n..\\ H-K 
WVI-..N. M.D., in (u'liito-nrinary Surgery; CHOI;..!. LINCOLN WALTON. M.D.. in Di>ca.-es .if the 
Nervous System: I'IIILII- COOMHS Ks UT. M.D., in Diseases of the Nervous Svsteni: .Ions I:\MK 
S\\ n i . M.I)., in Diseases of Women. 

I'ntttt, to apjioint the followini,' gentlemen to <rive special clinical instruction during tin- suinincr of 
1M" 1 .' : (ii.ii;..!. II\vi.N. M.I)., in Obstetrics: JOHN Ti.Mrii.ioN I'...\\IN. M.D.. in Dermatology; 
i;i.n:i.i. HVMIIS \V V-IIMI I;N. M . I ). . in ( Jy naecolojjv. 

\'<>> ajipoint for 1892-93: Hi.\m .!\<KSON. M.D., Demonstrator of Hacteriolo^y : FI:\\MIN 
DIMM:. M.D.. D.-moiistrator of Histology. 

Voted, to reappoint WII.I.IVM MI.IIIMTT CONANT, M.I)., Assistant Demonstrator of Anatomy for 

Voted, to reappoint the following Assistants for IS:L' '.i:', : .)OIIN WIILLI.OCK Ki. DOT. M.D. . in Clinical 
Surgery: <;i.<n:..i. H..\\AI:I. M..NKS. M.D.. in Clinical and Operative Surgery: FI:\N. is Si:n<. \\I-K 
\\' M.D., in Clinical Surgery: CH\I;I.I> I'KATT STI:ON.. M.I)., in Gynaecology: FIIANK I?IMI..I- 
HAICIUM. TON. M.D. .in Clinical Surgery: THOMAS FOSIII: SIIKU.M AN. M.D. .in Diseases of Children ; 
.Jons Ci MMIN..S MIMIO. M.D., in Anatomy; EH\VAI:I> KKVNOLKS. M.D., in < ihstetrii-s : Cn M:I i > 
WI.NHLI.I. TowNSENi), M.D., in Obstetrics; CHAUI.L- L.MKI S. UDDKK, M.D., in Clinical Surgery: 
CHAIIII- POMI cov WOIIM -n .11. M.D. , in Chemistry ; WII.I.IVM SOHIM: I'.IM \M . M . D.. in Anatonn : 
FI:\NK r,i 1:1: MM.LOIM, M.D.. in Pathology: AI;THI;K Ho\\\i:n W I:N r\\ OKTII. M.D.. in Chem - 
Li'U \i;n Mn ii i: (ii:ii NI.. M.D., in Histology. 

\'<>i1. to appoint the following Assistants for 1892- 1 1 :!: \'IN, INI YAI:IH.I.\ Bownrrc 11. M.I)., in 
Clinical Medicine: HI.SKV JACKSON. M.D. . in Clinical Medicine: AIMIIII: KIN..M;IIM SIONL. M.D.. 
in 15:icti-rii.hr_'\ : .\II.\VNIU.I: 1'iiKi:. M.D.V., in Hacteriology. 

l, to reappoint the following Instructors for ls'.i2- !>:'.: (ii:<n;..i. HOWAHD MONKS. M.D.. in 
Pathology: (li.oin.i. LINIOI.N WM.TON. M.D.. in Ni-uroloiry : AKIIIM; Ih.Nin S r< >nn \ i: n, 
D.M.D.. in Mechanical Dentistry: < 'n \I:I.L- POMMSOV WUKM-IIK. M.D. .in Dental Chemistry. 

Voted, to appoint the following Instructors in Mechanical Dentistry for 18!>L' '.':'.: II VMM IIIMI.I: 
I{OI:I.H i Win i i . D.M. I). : Ki< 1 1 Men C v 1:1. MOI:I i /.. 

.to reaipoint PMKPK WII.I.IVM MOIMAKTY, D.M.D.. Demonstrator of Mechanical Dentistry 
for 1891 

Mi i us.. OK .Ii NI 20, 18!>2. Vote<l. that the thanks of the President and Fellows he sent to Mi.-. 
Hi SIM Di: vi-i.i! of New York for her additional gift of IglHM..".:; received June II. IS'.IL'. towards the 
e\pi n-e- at the < ih-ervatory of Harvard Inivei-ity on account of the Draper Memorial. 

The Tr.-a-nrer reporte.l a gift of s'J.-,(i from CIIVIMI- II. DVII..N. l.-|.. to he u-.d towards 
the -alary of the Associate Professor of Physiology for the year Ii 1 the sain. tully 


irer d that the executor- of Mrs. Fo<.<. had delivered t<> the College the entire collec- 
tion of arti-tic object- heijueatlied hy her for the William Have- Fogu' Art Mu-eiim. and it was 
/. that the -:ime he gratefully accepted. 

that of the money received nil account of the Fogi; I" i|lle-t- ||ir -uill of $100,()0<) he 

for the pr.--. nt a- an endowment fund for the hem-lit of the William II \it Mu-eiim: and 

that the remainder, with uch nums as may he hereafter received from the executor-, he credited to a 
construction account for -aid Mu-t urn. for which interest at the rate of three per cent a y. ,ir shall he 
allowed on daily balances. 


Voted, to grant a special leave of absence to Professor FREDERIC W. PUTNAM until January 1, 1894, 
to enable him to perform the duties which he has undertaken in connection with the Columbian 
Exhibition at Chicago. 

Voted, to grant the request of Professor C. C. EVERETT for leave of absence for the academic year 
1893-94, in accordance with the rules established by this Board May 31, 1880. 

Voted, to appoint BENJAMIN LINCOLN ROBINSON, Ph.D., Curator of the Herbarium. 

The communication from the University Council in relation to the degree of Master of Arts received 
at the meeting of June 4, 1692, was taken from the table and considered, whereupon it was 

Voted, that the President and Fellows concur in the opinion of the Council that it is inexpedient to 
give the degree of Master of Arts in connection with any other degree of this University upon the same 
course of study. 

Voted, that the Faculty of Arts and Sciences be requested to revise at an early day the rules and 
standing orders of the late Academic Council in relation to the degrees of Master of Arts, Doctor of 
Philosophy, and Doctor of Science, which the Faculty adopted on the 10th of June, 1890, from the late 
Academic Council ; and to give notice at the opening of the next academic year that they will no longer 
recommend candidates for the degree of Master of Arts in connection with any other degree of this 
University upon the same course of study, except in the case of persons who were members of the 
University during the year 1891-92 or during an earlier year. 

Voted, to rescind the following vote, which was adopted by the President and Fellows on the 14th of 
May. 1*77. and consented to by the Overseers on the 14th of June in the same year : 

" Voted, on recommendation of the Academic Council that the degree of Doctor of Philosophy shall 
carry with it the degree of Master of Arts." 

Voted, to communicate this vote to the Board of Overseers that they may consent thereto if they 
see fit. 

MEETING OF JUNE 28, 1892. The Treasurer reported that he had received from HENRY EVELETU 
HILL, Esq., as executor, cash and securities worth about 895,000 for the bequest to the College as 
residuary legatee of EDWIN CONANT. The estate has now been settled, except as to some small and 
doubtful matters. The College has still a reversionary interest in some trusts created by the will. 

Voted , to grant the request of the Directors of the Foxcroft Club that for the year 1892-93 the Club 
shall have the free use of the lower story of the Foxcroft House and of rooms numbered Three and Four; 
also that the sum of 8275 be contributed by the College towards the salary of the Janitor of the Club in 
consideration of his taking entire care of the students' rooms in the house except the Summer cleaning. 

A request was received from the Young Men's Christian Association of Harvard University for the 
exclusive use of Holden Chapel. The Treasurer was directed to say in reply that the request cannot be 
granted, because the Chapel is needed for its present uses, but that the Corporation will try to provide 
temporary quarters for the Association in one of the Cambridge churches. 

Mr. WILLIAM CARV SANGER having offered to the College a copy by Edward E. Simmons of a 
portrait of the Rev. Dr. ZEDEKIAH SANGER of the Class of 1771. the same was gratefully accepted. 

Voted, to reappoint the following Instructors in Operative Dentistry for 1892-93 : FOREST GREEN- 

Voted , to appoint the following Instructors in Operative Dentistry for 1892-93 : EZRA FLETCHER 

Voted, to appoint the following Instructors for 1892-93: ROBERT TRACY JACKSON, S.D., in Palae- 

Voted, to reappoint FREDERICK EDWARD CHENEY M.D., Clinical Instructor in Ophthalmoscopy for 

Voted, to appoint ADRAM WYMAN. A.B., Proctor in Divinity Hall for 1892-93. 

Voted, to reappoint as Assistants for 1892-93: ROBERT DE COURCY WARD, A.B., in Physical 
Geography and Meteorology; JAY BACKUS WOODWORTH, in Geology; RICHARD ELWOOD DODGE, 
A.B., in Geology. 

Voted, to appoint as Assistants for 1892-93: GEORGE EDGAR LADD, A.M., in Geology; WILLIAM 
CHESTER, A.B., in Semitic Languages: LEON STACY GRISWOLD, A.B.. in Geology. 




Afsittant Librarian, 
Editor of the Quinquennial Catalogue. 

*," Graduates and Class Secretaries are requested to send 
to the writer class reports, both new and old, and all news- 
papers which contain obituaries and other notices of Har- 
rard alumni. It is important to have the places of birth and 
death, and, in addition to the year, to have the month and 
day of the month. 

When the place of birth or death is unknown, the place of 
residence at the time of entering College or of decease, if 
known, is given within brackets. 

The figures denoting age indicate the last completed year 
of life. 

1821. Withington, William, Rev., b. 28 October, 1798, at 

Dorchester; d. at Jackson, Mich., 31 August, 1892, 

aged 93. 
1829. Taylor, John James, b. 27 April, 1808, at Leominster ; 

d. at Owego, N. Y., 1 July, 1892, aged 84. 
1832. Appleton, William Channing, LL.B., b. 25 October, 

1812, at Boston; d. at Roxbury, 8 August, 1892, 

1835. Jones, Frederick, b. 20 July, 1813, at Dublin, N. H.; 

d. at New Ipswich, N. H., 6 July, 1892, aged 78. 
1841. Rollins, Kbrn William, b. 24 November, 1822, at Bos- 
ton; d. at Nantuckct, 7 August, 1892, aged 69. 
1844. Bewail, Edmund Quincy, b. 1 July, 1826, at New York, 

N. Y.; d. at Watertown, N. Y., 21 August, 1892, 

aged 68. 
1846. Watson, Thomas Andrew, LL.B., b. 19 December, 

1823, at Boston; d. at New York, N. Y., 15 May, 

1892, aged 08. 
1848. Young, Kphraim Wood, b. 7 October, 1821, at Bing- 

ham* Me.; d. at Bariboo, Wis., 25 March, 1892, 

aged 70. 
1866. Bums, William Coleman, b. 15 November, 1835, at 

New York, N. Y.; d. at Paris, France, 15 May, 

1802, aged 56. 

1866. Ruppaner, Antoinr, M.D., b. 18 October, 1830, at 
rlund; d. at Concord, 30 July, 

1802, aged 60. 
1856. Riph v, 1'ctcr, h. 31 December, 1835, at Cohassct; d. 

at WinchcMcr, 9 Augnt, 1W2, aired 66. 

1868. Andemon, Nicholas I.^iiirw ..rth, I.. *> April, 1838, at 

itiati, O.; d. at Lucerne, Switzerland, 18 Sep. 
r , 1892, aged 64. 

1869. Win-low, Jamrn Ancrum, b. 29 April, 1839, at Rox- 

t.ury; d. at Binghamton, N. Y., 27 June, 1892* 

aged 68. 
186. Dabncy, Frederick, b. 9 August, 1846, at Fayal, 

Azorr*; d. at BoMon, 24 July, 1892, aged 46. 
1>71. v- ., I, I,. it., i-h.D., b. 

tober, I860, at Springfield; d. at Brooklin. , 
lumber, 1892, a(t..l 41 
1876. Pottrr, Sil. All.n. M . b. 6 May, 1854, at 

Boton; d. at Roxbury, 10 July, 1892, aged 38. 
1878. BUlne, Emmons, b. 7 August, 1867, at Augusta, Me. ; 

d. at Chicago, 111., 18 Jane, 1892, aged 34. 

1881. O'Callughan, John William, M.D., h. 8 Sept' -iiili.-r, 
1859, at Thompson, Conn.; d. at Xcw York, N. Y., 
29 April, 1892, aged ".J. 

1881. Sprague, Richard, M.D., 1). 16 June, 1859, at Brook- 

line; d. at Ho-tou, 2S June, 1892, ap 

1882. Fiskc, William B..yl, M.D., b. 17 November, 1858, at 

Cambridge; .1. at rambri.l-e, s May, Iv.f.'. 
1885. Allen, Arthur Lincoln, LL.B., b. 28 Sent, ml 

ut West Cambridge; d. at Arlington, !>'. M 

aged 28. 
1888. Kahnwciler, < 'harles Francis, b. 14 July, 1867. 

York, N. Y.; d. at Loon Lake, N. Y., 17 July, 

1892, aged 25. 
1888. McCammon, John White, Ucv., b. 10 May, 1859, at 

Hopewell, O.; d. at Maiden, 17 May, is'.u, aj 
1890. Burrage, Edgar, b. 16 January, 1868, at Boston; d. at 

Boston, 11 August, 1892, aged U4. 

1890. Endicott, Robert Rantoul, b. 9 December, 1868, at 

Beverley; d. at Bevcrley, 7 September, 18 1 .'- 

1891. Platt, William Barnes, b. 16 May, 1869, at Now York, 

N. Y.; d. at Portland, Me., 16 July, 1892, aged 23. 

1846. Gibbs, Charles, lost at sea in the wreck of the steamer 

"Central America," bound from Aspinwall, ria 

Havana, to New York, 12 September, 1857. 
1846. Kerr, John, b. 10 September, 1823, at Eustville. Va. ; 

d. at Princess Anne, Somerset Co., Md., 5 June, 

1868, aged 44. 

1846. Merrill, Charles, d. at San Jose, Cal., 30 March. ^71. 
1848. Mclntire, Harvey Graves, b. 2 July, 1824, at I.yndc- 

borough, N. II. ; d. at Concord, N. II., 2 May, 1892, 

aged 67. 
1853. Blake, George Albert, b. 4 April, 1828, at Raymond, 

N. II.; d. atWalpole, N. II.,:. Ma> , iv.cj, ap d H4. 
1853. Simons, I,, wi- Kdward, d. at Saxton's Ki\ -er, Vt ., : 

August, 1865. 
1859. Burton, George Sanford, b. at Warwick, K. I.; d. ut 

Warwick, K. 1., 21 July, 1884, aged i>o \ WM, .' m.>-. 

1862. Balcom, Melbourne Egbert, d. ut Ayl -f..rd, N. S., 

7 March, 1868. 

1863. Wilbur, Kenbcn Auirustinc, b. lo .June, 1840, at Taun- 

ton; d. at I'lymploii, 17 .Pnly, 1SVJ, aged 4'J. 

1866. Iluse, Kalph < ro-s b. 21 August, 1843, at Newbnry. 

port; d. at (icorgctown, I .June, Iv.!, aged 48. 

1867. Dohcrty, Hugh, b. 7 .June, 1S4'J, at HO-IOII; .1. at 

South HoMon, :;l July, 1*1'-', uged '.'. 

1868. Massey, .John, b. at N..ttiiu.-ham. Kn^'land ; d. at 

\ille, Kan., l.eiwe, n 11 May and 3 .June, 

1S7'J, ay. .1 
1870. Brown, .J:nc IJavmc.nd, b. 'i:\ .January, 1^'J 

Hill, P. K. I.; d. at Springfield, U Jaiiuai 

aged 68. 
1870. Cahill, George, b. at Prin--.- Man. I; d. 

( hai -lotti town, 1'. K. I., 'JJ .JaiiUiiry, 1H81, aged 40. 
1873. Eaton, Franci* Kn^'c ne, b. Is .Inly. 1-t 

N. S. ; d. at .i..nvillr,N.S.,.'. April, 1K76, ., 
1^7',. Hiitcliiii-on. Ali-xaiider Kankin, d. in Au-tr.. 
1884. Terry, ( -harb- Clnircl,, b. -Jfi.!,,,,,.. ]s)... 

d. .it K.ili Kiv- .. l-.I . 100. 

1890. Forrest, Law i ,i 

16 May, 1892. 


6 7 

1890. Pelton, Clarence Whitfield, b. 23 October, 1865, at 
Newton; <1. at Dedham, 14 June, 1892, aged 26. 


1869. Haley, Thomas, b. 14 November, 1829, at Saco, Me.; 
d. at Biddeford, Me., 10 May, 1892, aged 62. 







Force, Edward Leggett, b. 1 August, 1829, at Wash- 
ington, D. C. ; d. at Fort Wayne, Ind., 18 March, 
1863, aged 33. 

Force, Henry Clay, b. 13 May, 1832, at Washington, 
D. C.; d. at Carthage, Ala., 7 February, 1874, 
aged 41. 

Powers, Charles Edward, LL.B., b. 9 May, 1834, at 
Townsend; d. at Boston, 11 August, 1892, aged 58. 


Barrett, Benjamin FL*k, Rev., b. June, 1808, at Dres- 
den, Me.; d. at Philadelphia, Pa., 6 August, 1892, 
aged 84. 

Nightingale, Crawford, Rev., b. 8 November, 1816, at 
Providence, R. I.; d. at Providence, R. I., 19 Au- 
gust, 1892, aged 75. 


Parsons, Thomas William, b. 18 August, 1819, at Bos- 
ton; d. at Scituate, 3 September, 1892, aged 73. 

Gardner, Henry Joseph, b. 14 June, 1819, at Boston; 
d. at Milton, 21 July, 1892, aged 73. 

1858. Francis, James Bicheno, b. 18 May, 1815, at South- 
leigh, Oxfordshire, Eng. ; d. at Boston, 18 Sep- 
tember, 1892, aged 77. 

1860. Whittier, John Greenleaf, b. 17 December, 1807, at 
Haverhill; d. at Hampton Fall*, N. II., 7 Septem- 
ber, 1892, aged 84. 

1874. Bond, George William, b. 22 June, 1811, at Boston; 
d. at Jamaica Plain, 29 May, 1892, aged 80. 

1881. Curtis, George William, b. 24 February, 1824, at 
Providence, R. I.; d. at New Brighton, Staten 
Island, N. Y., 31 August, 1892, aged 68. 


1819. Snelling, George Henry, d. 1892. (Bulletin, May, 

1835. Stephens, Lemuel, b. 22 February, 181 4. (Bulletin, 

May, 1892.) 

1853. Browne, Albert Gallatin, d. 24 June, 1891. (Bul- 
letin, October, 1891.) 
1858. Crowninshield, Benjamin William, d. 17 January. 

(Bulletin, May, 1892.) 

1867. Miller, George Henry. The Class report of the 
Class of 1867 for 1892 gives the date of death 
26 January, 1891. (Bulletin, May, 1891.) 
m. 1854. Chandler, Charles Marcellus, d. 19 March, 1889. 

(Bulletin, October, 1891.) 

/. 1853. Burns, James Nelson, b. 22 August, 1832, in Mor- 
gan Co., Ind. (Bulletin, May, 1889.) 

*. 1855. Towle, Hamilton Ela, b. 24 June, 1833, at Lee, 
N. H.; d. at London, Eng., 3 September, 1881, 
aged 59. (Bulletin, May, 1892.) 

t. 1843. Hinckley, Frederic, b. 3 November, 1820. (Bul- 
letin, January, 1892.) 

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An Index to the Subject Catalogue of this Library was printed in Sept. 1891. The following list of 
in w headings aildi'd to the Catalogue in the course of a single year illustrates tin- natural and necessary 
growth of a large subject catalogue. Those entries marked by an asterisk (*) are corrections of the 
corresponding entry in the original Index, occasioned either by a misprint or by some change in the 
Catalogue. Those marked by a dagger (t) are supplementary to the same entries in the Index, due to 
the insertion of the same heading in some other part of the Catalogue. All the others are new headings, 
or references from one heading to another, representing the new subjects which have come up in the 
course of the year. It is one of the advantages of the Harvard Subject Catalogue that such new heads 
can be inserted easily and naturally to any extent without interfering with the plan of the Catalogue, or 
modifying its details as already determined. 

Abstraction (philosophy), 7440.811 
tAceent (in general), 5220.205; see also Prosody, 


Accounting, railroad, 8020.223 
Accrescendi jus. See Jus accrescendi, 5260.842+ 
Acids, organic, 1900.805 
Age, school, 3140.1 + 

the, homes for, 800.1 + ; in the United 
States, 800.91 + 

fAgency (Prankish law), 5260.5052+ 
tAlicns (law), 5260.2+ ; (Hawaiian law), 5260. 

565 + 

Alogi, 3055.4+ 
Amana society, 8780.91 + 
Amphibia. Sre Batrachia, 9980.360 
tAmuseinents, for the laboring classes, 5160.2+ 
Analogy (language), 5220.212 

uf .Mexico. See Foreign relations 
with Mexico under United States politics, 

Antru-ti'i. See Trust, 5260.5052 + 
fAoriat (Greek syntax), 5220.5341 + 
+ Appointments. See alto Council of appointment 

w York), 7740.712+ 
* Aquatic plants, 1540.1 + 
Aqueduct-, (.reek, 460.712 + 
Arbor day, 2500.1 + 
*Ark, Noah's, 875.2+ 
tArtich- ' Knu'li-ii syntax), 5220.4341 + 
ia (Athenian law), 5260.551 + 
MIL right of, in ancient Cn-i-cc, 460.712 + 
fAttachment (French law), 5260.492 + 
Ballad. MTm:m, lii-tory of, 1340.5777 + 
Handy. e Hockey, 8860.755 
fBarreU. See alto Staves, 5760.34+ 

Basilians, 3055.44+ 
t Bastardy. See also Illegitimacy. 

Battle-groups, representation of, in art. See 

Warriors, 3820.1 + 
fBees. See also WAX, 9810. 

Beet, diseases of, 1540.7+ 

Beguines, 3055.44+ 

Honorum possessio (Human law), 5260.842+ ; 
see also Inheritance, 5260.842 + 

Book-keeping, railroad. See Accounting. 8020.223 

Brooding. >>Y< Incubation, 9980.402 + 

Bull of demarcation. Sec Demarcation, line of 
(1493), 4140.52 + 

By/antinc painting. 6980.815 

Cacodyl, 1900.146 

Cancels, books with. 1340.217 
fCensers (Assyrian antiquities). 460.470+ 

Charter-, city Mass. law). See City charters, 
5260.692 + 

Chiasmus (rhetoric), 8200.18 

Children, on the stage. 9280.1 + 
fChurch (Chilian law), 5260.405 + 
tClmrch and state, in Canada, 7740.312 + 

Cities, financial pnildcms of, 3800.1 + 

City charters (Mass, law), 5260.692 + 

City u'overmnent. in New York, 7740.712 + 

City halls (architecture), 540.2+ 
fCivil service. S<>- "/> Council of appointment 
(New York), 7740.712+ 

Cluny. congregation of, 3055.460+ (it/t<!r> Beiic- 


Coca, 5880.636+ 
Collectivism. r S.M iu I>M. 8780. 

Collisions at sea (navigation), 6760.29; tee alto 
Signals, 6760.38 


Color in sculpture. See Polychromy, 8380.1 + 
fColor-blindness. See also Lencoscope, 6880.59 
fColored citizens (Massachusetts politics), 7740. 


fComniercial law, in Chili, 5260.405 + 
Commercial guides. 2180.05 
Commissions (Massachusetts government), 7740. 

645 + 
fComponnd sentences (English syntax), 5220. 

434I + 

Concordances to the works of separate authors may 
be found in the Author catalogue under the name 
of the author indexed, and also in the Subject cata- 
logue under the division " Lexicons Authors," 
under the various branches of LAXGCAGB, 5330. 

tConcordat (law), 5260.2 + 

fCongress. See also United States under PARLIA- 

Conjugation (biology), 1380.1+ ; see also Multi- 
plication, 1380.3+ 
fCooperage. See also Staves, 5760.34+ 

Council of appointment (New York government), 

Court of Denmark, 1360.3 + 

Courts, of Chili. 5260.405+ 

Cross (Scotch antiquities), 460.92+ 

Crossing (plants), 1540.76+ : see also Fertiliza- 
tion, 1540.76+ : Hybridization, 1540.76+ 

Cruisers. See Armored vessels, 6660.23 

Cuckoo, 9980.402+ : see also Incubation, 9980. 

tCustoms (tariff), Canadian law. 5260.385+ 

Cylinder (steam engine), 8960.2+ 

Cyrene (Greek mythology) , 8140.612+ 

Damping off, 1540.7+ 

Day, place of it* beginning, 1980.16 
fDebt. imprisonment for, in Belgium. 5260.335 + 

Demarcation, line of (1493), 4140.52+ 
tDiophantine analysis. See also Numbers, theory 
of, 5820.35 

Directories, of banks, 740.02 

of insurance companies. 4960.11 

of pharmacists. 7420.14 

commercial, general. See Guides, 2180.05 

fDisabilities (German law) . 5260.522+ 

Dog-shows, 8560.+ 

Draft (U. S. army). See Conscription. 6095. 

Dunes (physical geography), 4140.82+ 

Eastern church (biography), 2995.49 

Economic botany. 1540.38; see also Agricultural 
botany, 1540.30 
gs. See also Incubation, 9980.402+ 

Election by lot (Greek antiquities), 460.712+ 

Election cases (U. S. law), 5260.923+ 

Elections, in Ohio, 7740.737+ 

Empirical formulae (mathematics), 5820.247 

Employment bureaus, 5160.2+ 

Exile system, of Russia, 7740.802 + 

Extra-illustrated books. See Privately illustrated 
books. 1340.269 

Falashas (Jewish religion), 8140.683+ 

Feldspar. 4160.81 + 

tFilibusters (biography), 1360.12+ 

tFins (embryology), 3300.1 + 
Fiscals (Dutch law), 5260.735 + 
Flowers, arrangement of (fine art), 3820.1 + 
Formulae, empirical. See Empirical formulae, 


Fratres pontis. 3055.56+ 

Freres pontifes. See Fratres pontis, 3055.56+ 
fFriendly societies. See also Girls' clubs, 5160.2+ ; 

Neighborhood guilds, 800. i + 
Fugitive slaves, 8700.92 + 
Gall-flies, 9980.653 + 
fGanglions (comparative anatomy), 2200.16+ 

Gastrulation (embryology), 3300.1 + 
* General baptists. See Baptists, six-principle, 


Gentes (Roman antiquities), 460.893 + 
Geography, teaching and study of. 3140.578 
Glandes (Roman antiquities). See S lingers, 


Government regulation of railways, 8020.268 
Graded schools. 3140.12+ 

Grangerism (bibliography). See Privately illus- 
trated books, 1340.269 
tGuano (commerce), 2180.1 + 
Guides, commercial. 2180.05 
Guilds, neighborhood. See Neighborhood guilds, 

800.1 + 

Hair (comparative anatomy), 2200.25+ 
Harbor dues. See Port regulations. 6760.355 
Hatching. See Incubation, 9980.402+ 
Hepatic fever. See Fever, hepatic. 5880.738+ 
High places, worship in, etc.. 8140.2+ 
Horns (Danish antiquities). 460.63 + 
fHorsemanship. See also Spurs, 2320.1 + 
Hospitalarii pontifices. See Fratres pontis. 3055. 


Ice-yachting, 8860.81 

Iliaca tabula (Greek inscriptions). 4940.60+ 
tlllegitimacy. statistics of. 8920.92 + 

Incubation, 9980.402+ ; see also Eggs, 9980.402 + 

flnheritance (Roman law). See also Bonorum pos- 

868510,5260.842+ : Jus accrescendi, 5260.842+ 

Inspection of schools, 3140.12+ 

Inspiration, Society of True. See Society of true 

inspiration, 3055.79+ 
tlnsurance. See also Pensions. 
Islands, volcanic. See Volcanic islands, 4160.29+ 
Jansonists (in Sweden), 3055.625+ 
Jesuit institutions of education, 3140.686 
Jets (hydraulics), 4640.2+ 
Jewish hymns. English, 4780.32 + 
Jus accrescendi (Roman law), 5260.842+ 
King's peace (English law), 5260.462+ 
fLabor, laws relating to (Illinois), 5260.585+ 

(Massachusetts), 5260.692+ 

*Laboratories, chemical, 1900.03 ; see also Manipu- 
lation, 1900.04 

Lancasterian system of education, 3140.12+ : 
see also Monitors. 3140.12+ ; Mutual tuition, 

tLand, in Italy. 7720.75 + 
Lard, artificial. 5760.23+ 

Laudatio funebris. See Funeral rites (Roman 
antiquities), 460.893+ 


Laudi (Italian poetry), 7700.62+ 
Law libraries, 5380.302 
Lefthandedness. S<-t Hand, 5880.345 + 
Legislative power (in France), 7740.438+ ; set 
alto Ktats gen6raux, Parliament of Paris, etc. 
Leucoscopc, 6880.59 
Lex Julia ct Papiu Poppaea (Roman law), 5260. 

842 + 

Liberalism, in the Catholic church, 3055.490+ 
Lightning, ctleet on the human system, 5880.75 + 
fLocal government, in India, 7740.565+ ; in New 

York, 7740.712 + 
fLord's prayer, criticism of. See Math. vi. 9-13, 

980.268 + 
Lot, election by. See Election by lot (Greek 

antiq.), 460.712+ 
tLottcries (French law), 5260.492+; (German 

law), 5260.522 + 

t Lyric poetry, collections, Spanish, 7700.900+ 
Madras syMcm ol education. See Mutual tuition, 


Mahdiism (Mohammedan religion), 8140.742 + 
tManors (English law), 5260.462+ ; see also Court 

baron ; Land ; Tenures. 

tMarriage. See also Bastardy ; Illegitimacy. 
Marches (physical geography), 4140.82+ ; see also 

Bogs, 4140.82+ ; Drainage, 3360.1 + 
Matriarchy, 5260.26+ 
Maxims, bibliography of, 1340.707 
Metal-working, electrical, 3160.35+ 
Millionaires. See Rich men. 
(Mines, law of, Bolivia, 5260.36+; Chili, 5260. 

405 + 

Modelling (sculpture), 8380.1 + 
^Monitors (education). See also Lancasterian 
system, 3140.12+ ; Mutual tuition, 3140.12+ 
Morasses. See Marshes, 4140.82+ 
t.Multiplication (biology). See also Conjugation, 

1380.1 + 

*Mutterrecht. See Matriarchy, 5260.26+ 
f Mutual benefit societies. See also Neighborhood 

guilds, 800.1 + 
Mutual tuition (Bell's system), 3140.12+ ; see 

alto Monitors. 3140.12 + 
Neighborhood guilds, 800. i+ ; see also MUTUAL 

I'.l M.I ii SoriKTIKS, 6560. 
Neurasthenia, 5880.753 + 
Neurosis, 5880.753+ 
Noah's ark. See Ark, Noah's, 875.2+ 
Nobility, of Rome, 460.894+ ; see alto K<pntes, 
460.893: Patricians, 460.894 + 

of Great Hritain (politics), 7740.4993 
tNuml..T>. th.-ory of. See alto Diophantine analy- 
sis, 5820.244' 

fOak (botany), 1540.87+ 

worship of. etc. .SVr Trees, 8140.2 + 
Otolith.H (Yomparativc anatomy), 2200.35+; *** 

alto Ear, 2200.16, 5880.339 
Painters, character of, 1880. x + 
Pay of teacher*, 3140.16+ 
Peace of God. See Truce of God, 7280.2+ 
t Pensions (politics), 7740.172 

for teachers. 3140.16+ 

Italian. 7740.582 + 

Periodicals, biblical commentary, 950.07 

Periodicals, Brazilian literature, 1340.8158 

hardware, 4360.+ 

iron, 5030.16 

roads, 8260.07 

Phenology (meteorology), 6020.44 

Phosphate mines, 6280.2 + 

Phosphates (mineralogy), 6260.2 + 

See also Fertilizers. 

Photographs, meteorological, 6020.45 
t Pilgrim fathers. See also Independents, 3055.610 
tl'ilotage. See also Port regulations, 6760.355 

Plaids. See Scotch costume, 2320.3 + 

Plate-printing. 9560.34 
fPoets, biography of, of Essex Co., Mass., 1360.3 + 

Police power (U. S. law), 5260.922+ 
fPolitical poetry and songs, French, 7700.300+ 

Polygonal numbers, 240.2+ 

Pontifices hospitalarii. See Fratres pontis, 3055. 

fPoor. See also Pensions. 

Port regulations, 6760.355 

Possessio bonorum. See Bonorum possessio (Ro- 
man law), 5260.842 + 

Precedents (English law), 5260.462 + 
t Prices, in Italy, 7720.75+ 

Probole (Greek law), 5260.540+ 
t Procedure (Connecticut law), 5260.430+ 

Promotions. See Graded schools, 3140.12+ 
fPronouns (German syntax), 5220.5040+ 

Protectorate (international law), 5260.6026+ 

Purification (Hindu religion), 8140.631 + 

Quadruplex telegraphy, 9180.4 + 
tQuarantinc. See also Port regulations, 6760.355 

Quincunx. 799O. 

Railroad accounting. See Accounting, 8020.223 

Railroad commissions. See Government regula- 
tion. 8020.268 

Rapid transit. 8020.323 
(Reciprocity, in Brazil. 7720.47 + 
t Representation (Canadian politics), 7740.312+ 
fReproduction. See also Conjugation, 1380.1 + 

Ri'vendication (Roman law), 5260.842 + 

Rich men (of United States), 1360.86+ 

Rifting (geology), 4160.29+ 
fRoads, Pennsylvania law of, 5260.795 + 

Rounders, 8860.867 
(Sacrifices. See also High places, 8140.2 + 

Saltpetre (commerce), 2180.1 + 

Sand-dunes. See Dunes, 4140.82 + 

Scamping (engineering). 3360.1 + 

Schools, graded. See Graded schools, 3140.12+ 

Schwenkf elders, 3055.79 + 

Screws, theory of, 5860.2 + 

Seasons, influence of, on conduct and life, 5880. 
372 + 

Seed-coats (botany), 1540.632 + 

Self-crimination (Knglish law), 5260.462 + 

(Servitudes (French law), 5260.492 + 
praedial (( ierinan law). 5260.522 + 

Shelving, for libraries. See Buildings, 5380.240 

Shimii \ >'" Hockey. 8860.755 
Shipping, taxation of. .SVr Tonnage dues. 

Shipping laws, Hawaiian Islands, 5260.565 + 


fSibylline oracles. For texts, see the Author 


Slingers, Roman, 6080.4+ 
Society of true inspiration, 3055.79+ 
Societies, fisheries, 3900.07 

insurance, 4960.14 
Specimens, botanical, 1540.1 + 
Spurs, 2320.1 + 
Stage-fright. 7440.8815 

Stare decisis. See Precedents, 5260.462 + 

Staves, 5760.34+ : see also Barrels, 5760.2+ 
fStone antiquities, etc., in Denmark, 460.630+ ; 
in Egypt. 460.642 + 

Straw, breaking of (customs), 2500.1 + 

Substitution (algebra), 240.2+ 

Suicide, bibliography of, 1340.7175 + 
fSunday laws (U. S. politics), 7740.9352 

Survivorship (Roman law) . See Jus accrescendi, 

Swamps. See Marshes, 4140.82+ 
tTariff, of Bolivia. 7720.465 + 

of Colombia, 7720.486 + 

of Costa Rica. 7720.488 + 

of Ecuador, 7720.495+ 

of Honduras, 7720.724+ 

of Nicaragua, 7720.794+ 

of Salvador, 7720.848+ 
Tartans. See Scotch costume. 2320.3+ 
Teachers, pay of. See Pay of teachers, 3140.16+ 

Teachers, pensions for. See Pensions for teach- 
ers, 3140.16+ 

Thanksgiving day, 2500.1 + 
Tiamat (Babylonian religion), 8140.452+ 
Title-pages, 1340.2918 
Tobogganing, 8860.945 
Tonnage dues, in United States, 3800.927+ 

See also Port regulations, 6760.355 
f Tourmaline (chemistry), 1900.2894 
fTrade marks (law), 5260.26+ 
Treadmill (prison discipline), 7840.287 
Trials, bibliography of, 1340.938 
Truce of God, 7280.2+ 
True inspiration, society of. See Society of true 

inspiration. 3055.79+ 
Trustis (Prankish law), 5260.5052 + 
Tugendbund. See History of Prussia (1808-10), 


Ultra vires (English law), 5260.462 + 
Underground wires, electric, 3160.1 + 
Useful plants. See Agriculturalbotany. 1540.30: 

Economic botany, 1540.38; Materia niedica, 


Villae (Frankish law). 5260.5052 + 
Violoncellos. 6520.772 
Volcanic islands, 4160.29+ 
AVar powers, of the French government, 5260. 


Warriors, representations of, in art, 3820.1 + 
Waters (U. S. law), 5260.922+ 


AND ARCH M <>i Mi.ic-Ai. SOCIETY. (Bauman L. 
Beldcn, Lit>r:irian.) 

Tin- library numbers about 3500 vols. ; of these 
about 2.~><X) relate to coins ami medals, and a small 
number to archaeology. Periodicals germain to 
the subject arc taken. A catalogue, including a 
subject index to the important articles in numis- 
matic periodicals, appeared in 1883. 

Civn. K\C.IM;KRS. (F. Collingwood, Secretary.) 

The Society has a large collection of works on 
the history of engineering, with special reference 
to the early history of engineering in the United 
States ; also reports of railroads and other public 
works as given by pioneers in the profession, as 
well as current reports of a similar character. 

All the standard engineering periodicals, foreign 
and American, are received; and photographs of 
engineers and of their works are preserved by the 
Society. There are a few vols. of MS. memoranda 
given by members of the profession. 

A catalogue of the railroad section of the library 
was issued in 1880. 

(J. Schwartz, Librarian.) 

Architecture: 180 vols., forming at one time a 
part of the private library of the late J. Morgan 
Slade of New York. The books are for reference 

New York, A". 1'. ASTOR LIBRARY. (Rob- 
bins Little, Superintendent.) 

There are about 30 si**, in the library, the ear- 
liest 870 A.D.; and of early printed books over 
500. Ptolemy's Geography is represented by 15 
editions, the earliest printed in 1478. The printed 
catalogue, in.8 vols., comes down to the close of 

New York, A'. )'. CATHOLIC CLUB. (J. Tho- 
ron, organizer.) 

Most of the funds obtained from the Club are 
,t for books on the history of the Roman church 
in America and for English literature. 

The library, which now contains nearly 20,000 

rols., is especially rich in thmlnrjiral works, and 

in works on Ireland and in the Irish language, 

in which departments it is considered one of the 

.-.} the country. 

It in also strong in works of the l.",th and 10th 
. with fine and rare r/iy/v/ri'/c/x mi cop- 
per ; with a number of illustrated works on the line 
and ornamental arts, and some book* on the numis- 
matic* of the crn-ader*. All the members ;,re lay- 
men, but the library Is open to the clergy and -chol- 
ars of < v< ry denomination for consultation free of 

New York, A". }'. -('.HI M.I. <>i- PII.VHM 
OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK. (Charles Kice, 

Contains in its library about 500 vols. on botany, 
pharmacognosy, and allied branches, and about 
2000 each on chemistry and pharmacy, mostly col- 
lected since 1870. Additions of new works are con- 
stantly made, and a catalogue was printed in l>!il, 
containing an index of subjects. 

An interesting private library of some 1200 works on the 
early hixtnri/ "J in> <li<-hif , in< hiding Arabic, Sanskrit, ( 'hi- 
ncso, Japanese, modern Indian (Hindu) and oilier authors, 
has been collected by the librarian of the College of Pharmacy. 

New York, A 7 ". Y. COLUMBIA COLLEGE Li- 
BKAKV. (Geo. II. Baker, Librarian.) 

Goethe: 73:5 vols. 

Mary Queen of Scots: 277 vols.. collected and 
given by (Jen. J. Watts I)e IVyster, by whom addi- 
tions are still made. . 

Herodotus: 270 vols., largely the gift of 8. W. 
Phoenix, Esq. 

Shakespeare : 706 vols. 

Dante: 281 vols. 

Kant : 282 vols. 

Machiavelli: 120 vols. 

Milton: 110 vols. 

Avery architect urn I library : 3000 vols. 

Railroads: 675 vols. 

Labor : 494 vols. 

Socialism : 3015 vols. 

United States constitutional law: 389 vols. 

Economic periodicals : 900 vols. 

Administrntire law and local administration : 
1419 vols. 

The library of the Huguenot Society of America. 
devoted to the history and literature of the I/ngue- 
nots is deposited here. A catalogue embracing 
657 vols. was printed in 1890. 

New York, N. Y. HOLLAND SOCIETY. (Theo- 
dore M. Banta, Secretary.) 

A collection of the works of (r rot inn and of works 
relating to him, 258 vols., was presented to the So- 
ciety in 1890 by its President. Hon. ]',. \\. i;.ui*evelt ; 
it had been purchased from a bookseller in Am*ter- 
dam the same year. A reprint of the bookseller's 
list was printed as a catalogue of the collection. 

The Society also possesses MS. copies of the 

:iug records of membership, marriages, and 

baptisms of about thirty of the early Ihitch l,'i- 

,,l rlmrchrs of America from their origin to 

the beginning of this century. 

New York, A'. )'. LKNOX 


The library was chartered in 1K70, and contains 
now about 70,000 vols. It is noted for the special 
collections of rare books and manuscripts made by 



Mr. James Lenox during a period of more than 
thirty yours. 

English Bibles: about 2200 vols., comprising a 

remarkably full series of editions dating from 1535, 

i-tlitions of the New Testament from 1534, editions 

of the Psalms, including metrical versions, from 

anil other parts of the Bible from 1493. 

Bibles in other languages: about 1200 vols., 
comprising a selection of the earliest, rarest, and 
most noted editions, in over one hundred languages, 
including all the great Polyglots. This department 
contains five copies of Eliot's Indian Bible, with 
variations, and two copies of the Indian New 

Americana, Early Voyages and Travels : about 
5000 vols.. mostly printed before 1700. This de- 
partment is exceptionally rich in the rarer books 
relating to America, its discovery and colonization. 
It contains very full collections of the early printed 
letters of Columbus, Vespueius, and Cortes, in 
their various editions, with the literature relating 
to them ; special collections of Las Casas, Gomara, 
Acosta, and other Spanish writers, Sir Walter 
Ralegh, Sir Francis Drake, Capt. John Smith, 
English works on New England and Virginia, Dutch 
publications on New Netherland. editions of Hen- 
nepin, Esquemelin and works on the Buccaneers, 
the works of Lesearbot, Champlain. and other early 
writers on Canada. The set of Jesuit Relations of 
New France is the most complete in existence, em- 
bracing nearly every edition and variety. The 
collection of early Oriental travels includes many 
of the primitive editions of Marco Polo, Mande- 
ville. Peter van Suchen, Breydenbach, Barthema, 
Castanheda, Barros and Couto, Herbestain, etc. 
There is a very full collection of editions of 
Gonzalez de Mendoza's China. Ptolemy's Geog- 
raphy is represented by nearly every edition, be- 
ginning with the Bologna edition of 1462. Among 
the general collections of voyages and travels 
are remarkably full sets of Grynaeus, Ramusio, 
Hakluyt, Hulsius and Hulsiana, Linschoten, Schou- 
ten, Hartgers. Bontekoe and Raven, Spilbergen, 
De Veer, Thevenot and Thevenotiana, etc., in 
nearly every edition and variety. There is also an 
extraordinary set, or rather several sets, of the 
De Bry Collection of voyages, including the famous 
Rothelin, Albani, and Sobolewski copies, and a 
series of other works published by the De Bry. 

Incunabula : a very choice and valuable collec- 
tion of block books, illustrating the beginnings of 
printing, and containing various editions of the 
Biblia pauperum, the Ars moriendi, the Apoca- 
the Speculum salutis, the Ars memorandi, 
Donatuses, etc. ; also a collection of the oldest and 
most notable books from the first printing presses 
established in Germany, Italy, France, Holland, 
and other parts of Europe. Among these are a 

beautiful copy of the Mazarine or Gutenberg Bible 
of 14">0-5i), the Durandus of 1459, the Catholicon 
of 14i;<>, the first Bible with a printed date, 14U2, 
and many others remarkable for their interest and 
rarity. There are seven works from Caxton's 
press, exhibiting nearly every style of his type, 
and including a portion of the first book printed 
in the English language, about 1474; also books 
printed by Wynkyn de Worde, Richard Pynson, 
William de Machlinia, Peter de Treveris, and other 
early English printers. The Mexican presses, the 
oMest in America, are represented by at least ten 
works printed before 1550, and many printed be- 
tween that date and 1700; the South American 
presses by choice specimens of the 16th and 17th 
centuries, beginning with 1585 ; the early Cam- 
bridge and Boston presses by their most remark- 
able productions, commencing with the Bay Psalm 
Book of 1640; and the first presses of Pennsyl- 
vania. New York. Connecticut, and other American 
colonies, by select examples. There are also speci- 
mens of printing in Polynesia, Africa, and Asia ; 
among the last a copy of the first book printed in 
India, 1561. 

Aldines : about 150 vols., being a selection of 
the earliest, rarest, and most noteworthy examples. 

The Roman Indexes, of prohibited and expurgated 
books, over sixty editions, 1550-1878. 

Shakespeare and Shakespeariana : a select col- 
lection of about 1000 vols., containing many of the 
early quartos, two copies of the first folio, seven 
of the second, two of the third, two of the fourth, 
all with variations, and the most important later 

The Milton collection: about 250 vols., contain- 
ing nearly every variety of the early editions. 
Among these are several volumes from Milton's 
own library, with his autograph and annotations. 

Bunyan's Pilgrim's progress and Bunyaniana : 
about 500 vols., containing nearly 350 editions in 
English, beginning with the first in 1678, and trans- 
lations in many languages. 

Angling and ichthyology : the choice collection 
made by Thomas Westwood, of about 500 vols. 
This includes all the editions of Walton's " Com- 
plete angler," and many other rare works of early 

Bibliography : about 1000 vols. The section 
of American bibliography is especially full, and 
contains many works with important manuscript 
additions, such as Rich's own copies of his bibli- 
ographies, in duplicate, profusely annotated; the 
Ramirez copy of Beristain, Mr. Lenox's interleaved 
copies of Ternaux, Rich, Lea Wilson, etc. 

The Duyckinck Library, formed by Evert A. 
and George L. Duyckinck : about 15,000 vols., very 
full in works relating to literary history and biog- 
raphy, English and American poetry (1200 vols.), 



and tin- drama (800 vols.). It contains special 
collections relating to proverbs ami ni>h<-isms 
(100 vols.), emblems and the Dance of Death (100 
vols.), books illustrated by Bewick and Anderson 
(over 100 vols.), by Cruikshank (2r>0 vols.), and 
by other eminent engravers. Among the works 
illustrated by Anderson is the engraver's own col- 
lection of proofs of hia woodcuts, in ten large 
scrap-books. There is also a collection of Greek 
and Latin Cfnssics, including nearly 100 editions 
of Horace. 

The Dreiel Musical Library, the legacy of 
Joseph W. Drexel: about 7000 vols., relating to 
the history and literature of music. Many of these 
are of early date. There are also manuscripts and 
autograph letters by many of the famous com- 
posers, books and manuscripts from Dr. Rimbault's 
library, rtc. 

The Astoin collection of French literature : about 
6000 vols., especially full in modern belles lettres, 
in bibliography, and in the fine arts. 

The Robert L. Stuart collection : about 8000 vols. , 
containing many rare and valuable works relating 
to natural history and the fine arts, editions of the 
Bible in English, manuscript and printed Missals, 

Spanish manuscripts relating to America : about 
200 vols. Among these are original autograph let- 
ters of Diego Columbus, the son of the discoverer. 
Francisco Uoldan, Bohadilla, Juan de Trasierra, 
Nicolas de Ovando, and others, mostly written in 
America between the years 1500 and 1512; the 
original manuscripts of Castaneda's " Relacion de 
la Jornada de Cibola," of Munoz's " Historia del 
Nuevo Mundo," and of other important documents ; 
transcripts of historical works, partly unpublished, 
by La* Casas, Oviedo, Duran, Sahagun, Tezozo- 
moc, Xurita, Yxtlylxochitl, Columbus, Cortes, and 
others; papers relating to California, Texas, New 
Mexico, Mexico and Yucatan, Central and South 
America, the Pacific, etc. The greater part of 
this collection was formed by Don Antonio de 
Uguina. of Madrid. It comprises almost every- 
thing of any interot that was collected by his friend 
Muiio/ for the " Historia del Nuevo Mundo," of 
which only the firHt volume wan published, I'guina 
wan also the intimate friend of Navarrete. and fur- 
nished him with ninny of the materials for his 
"Coleccion ilt Vi.r_"s de los Espafioles." After 
his death the mami-rripts were purchased by 
M. Ternaux Compans, of Paris, who translated 
and published some of them, and made some im- 
portant additions to the collection. They p-i.-sed 
next into the hands of Mr. < >. Rich, who added 
several manuscript* from the Kingnborough col- 

n, and sold the entire lot to Mr. Lenox. 
The Chalmen paper* : comprising nearly 2UOO 
document*, original letters, extract* from state 

records, etc., hound in 21 vols. folio. TIT. 
lection \\:i* funned by Mr. (leorge Chalmers, the 
author of " Political annals of the Tinted Coloni< s." 
It is classified as follows: Canada, lH'.f-'- IT'.'J. 
1 vol.; Connecticut. K',:',',) 17T.7. :'. \ 
l-'lm-ida, 1763-1782, 1 vol.; Indians. 17.M> 177.".. 
1 vol.: Mnnjlnnd. 1C,1!)-1812, 2 vols. ; New York, 
1608-1792, 4 vols. ; Nora Scotia, 1745-1S17, 1 vol. ; 
I'tiinsi/lvania, 1G20-1779, 2 vols.; I'lnladrljdnn, 
17<',(>-17s'.i. 2 vols.; Virginia, 16<x; -177.".. 1 vols. 

American manuscripts: a small collection com- 
prising the original manuscript of Wasliintjtim's 
Farewell address, a long letter of Washington con- 
taining the original draft of the Farewell a ldres<, 
several letters of Hamilton and .Madison to Wash- 
ington, with their respective drafts of the Farewell 
address, autograph letters of Washington and of 
the signers of the Declaration of Independence, etc. 

Scottish historical manuscripts : about ."><) docu- 
ments, state papers, letters, etc., relating to Scot- 
tish history, 1501-1746, and containing autographs 
of John Knox, Mary Queen of Scots, Queen Eliza- 
beth, James I., Charles I., Oliver Cromwell, etc. 
Presented by Mr. John S. Kennedy. 

The Burns manuscripts: comprising over l.'iO 
letters, poems, and extracts from poems of favorite 
authors, in the handwriting of Kohcrt l.urn*. a 
very large proportion of which bear the indorse- 
ment of James Hogg, the Ettrick Shepherd. Pre- 
sented by Mr. John S. Kennedy. 

Six " Contributions to a catalogue of the Lenox 
library " have been printed, covering the following 
special subjects : 

i. Voyages of Hulsius, etc. 1877. 
ii. The Jesuit relations, etc. 1879. 

iii. The voyages of Thcvenot, etc. 1879. 

iv. Bunyan's Pilgrim's progress, etc. 1879. 
v. Works of Shakespeare, etc. 1880. 

vi. Works of Milton, etc. 1S81. 

There are two picture galleries attached to the 
library: the Lenox gallery, containing nearly ].">< 
paintings, and the R. L. Stuart gallery, containing 

New York, N. Y. MAIMOMI.I s Lin it via. 
( 'oheii, Librarian.) 

The library ha* 410 voN. and .">:.'.". pain-, on r</,t- 
cation (Catalogue, 2-1 pp. in lSM'.j,and '.i.'.it 
and 117n pains, of Judnnn and llfimnai (MS. 
catalogue :. 

New York, .V. }'. Mm HOI-OLITAN MUSEUM 
01 \i;i. :W. L. Andrew*. Librarian; Dr. .1. A. 
I'aine. \-si.-tant.) 

lit a, id urclt neology : 2000 vols. and 
hundred pamphlet-, lucre. i-e I yearly by 
hundred volumes from appropriation* and from 
the income of a fund. 



Design and industrial art : 500 vols., bequeathed 
by the late Edward C. Moore, of Tiffany & Co., 
embracing best authorities upon gold and silver 
icork, glass, ceramics, textile fabrics, laces, etc. 

Frankliniana: 380 vols., known as the Hunt- 
ington collection, including an extensive collection 
of portraits of Franklin ; also a collection of MSS. 
and early printed books given by the late Mr. J. W. 

OF MKWCINE. (John S. Brownne, Resident Li- 

The library, relating to medicine only, contains 
40,000 vols. and 15,000 pams., to which about 
1500 vols. are added per year from special funds. 
The files of medical journals are the most com- 
plete in the country outside oi: the Surgeon-Gen- 
eral's Office in Washington : a catalogue of British 
and American periodicals, transactions, and reports 
was printed in 1889. Part 2, a catalogue of Ger- 
man, French, Italian, Spanish, etc. periodicals, 
transactions, and reports is in press. 

SCIENCES. (J. F. Kemp, Librarian.) 

The library contains over 10,000 vols. on natural 
and physical sciences and the proceedings of scien- 
tific societies. The collection has accumulated, 
mainly through exchange of publications, since 
about the year 1830 ; additions now amount to 
about 1500 works annually. It is especially rich in 
the proceedings of scientific societies dating from 
its origin. The collection is deposited in the li- 
brary of Columbia College, and is open to the pub- 
lic on the same conditions as the college library. 

LATING LIBRARY. (Ellen M. Coe, Librarian.) 

Has a carefully selected library of German 
books (about 12,006 vols.) in history, science, and 

The library possesses about 20 vols., relating 
chiefly to slavery, from the library of the late 
Wendell Phillips ; most of them having valuable 
autograph notes. 

SOCIETY. (Charles Isham, Librarian.) 

The library of the Society numbers about 82,000 
vols. on subjects connected with American his- 
tory. The Phoenix collection of genealogical 
works should be mentioned. 

(Frank P. Foster, M.D., Librarian.) 

Has a library of 20,000 vols., devoted entirely 
to works on medicine, surgery, and collateral 
branches. From 300 to 500 vols. are added yearly 
from a special fund. 

New York, .Y. r. NEW YORK LAW INSTI- 

TI-TE. (Win. II. Winters, Librarian.) 

The library of the Institute has 39,000 works re- 
lating to laic, with an increase of 800 vols. per 
annum. A catalogue was printed in 1874. 

New York, A". Y. NEW YORK SOCIETY Li- 
URARY. (W. S. Butler, Librarian.) 

Founded as "The Public Library" in 1700; 
afterwards incorporated with the N. Y. Society Li- 
brary, formed in 1754, and received a royal charter 
from George III. in 177-. 

Fine arts: about 750 vols. in the "John C. 
Green Alcove," with a yearly income of 81200 for 
additions of costly illustrated works. An anno- 
tated catalogue of the collection was printed in 
1879 at the expense of Robert Lenox Kennedy. 

Arctic research: above 100 vols., presented by 
James Benkard. furnishing a complete history of 
the subject from the earliest period. 

The Hammond Library of 1800 vols., of which 
the greater number are extremely rare, comprises 
old novels dating from 1780 to 1820. A catalogue 
was printed in 1868 when the collection was pre- 
sented by Robert Lenox Kennedy. 

The Winthrop collection of about 300 ancient 
and curious books, chiefly in Latin, once owned by 
John Winthrop of Connecticut. 

The collection in the " De Peyster Alcove," 
numbering about 1000 vols., is very full in certain 
special subjects, such as slavery, Sweden, and 

FOREIGN MISSIONS. ( , Librarian.) 

The library has about 3000 vols. on general mis- 
sionary topics; 163 vols. of biography; 150 vols. 
of Chinese classics : 200 vols. on the Indians and 
Mexico ; 357 vols. on Africa ; 372 vols. on India ; 
171 vols. on Arabia and Palestine ; 320 vols. on 
China and Japan; also missionary reports and 

NARY. (Rev. Charles R. Gillett, Librarian.) 

The Westminster divines and the Puritans of the 
xvnth century : about 5000 titles ; an unrivalled 
collection, formed by Prof. Chas. A. Briggs, D.D., 
and increased by means of the endowment of the 
McAlpin collection of British theology of which 
it is a part. The Westminster collection has no 
card catalogue. 

Deistic, Dissenting, and Unitarian controver- 
sies in England: over 1200 vols., collected by 
Prof. E. H. Gillett, D.D. Unitarian, Unirer- 
salist, etc. controversies in America, similarly 

II ym nology : over 5000 vols. , collected by Prof. 
Edward Robinson, Dr. Edwin F. Hat field, President 



II D. Hitchcock, anil others. The collec- 
tion of Prof. F. M. Hird. over .".000 vols., was pre- 
sented by Henry l>;iy. Ksq., of New York (not 

From Li-ander Van F.-s of Marburg was pur- 
chased in Is:'.*-: 1 . 1 .! liis theological library, including 
patristic literatim-, 2000 vol*. ; Roman Catholic 
and Reformation theology, K.oo \ol<. : i/icininfui/a 
and rare books of the \vith and xvnth centuries, 
1000 vols. The collection was composed in part 
of the libri prohihiti" of the Benedictine mon- 
astery of MarieniniinstiT, raderborn, of which Van 
Ess wa< cu.-todian. 

British theology: 10,000 vols., with an endow- 
ment of 5000 by David H. McAlpin, Esq., of New 

American theology and history: a very consid- 
erabli- collection, with a very large collection of 
pamphlets derived from the libraries of Drs. Gil- 
lett, Hatfield. Marsh, Spragnc. Field, and others; 
similarly endowed by same donor. 

Iiiiinnciilnle conception : 100 vols., collected by 
C'has. \V. Ha>sl.-r. F,-q.. of New York. 

1'hiliisnphy : about l"iOO vols., German, French, 
English, and American, endowed by the Alumni in 
memory of the late Prof. Henry Boynton Smith, 
D.I). : growing constantly. 

Periodicals, theological and literary : a collec- 
tion of some 10,000 vols., American, English, 
German. French. Dutch, etc.; over 100 current 
periodicals are on file. 

The Seminary has 185 MSS., Syriac, Arabic, 
Latin, He., not yet catalogued; also a collection 
of 450 coins, the gift of President R. 1). Hitchcock, 
on exhibition; and a Christian and missionary 

New York, .V. )'. Y. M. C. A. LIMUAHY. 
(Kc-iil in K. Poole. Librarian.) 

Th> .llcctioiis of note are: 

dits : 17,000 in 170 vols., includ- 
ing 8000 portraits in .",."> folio s< r.,p bo >ks collected 
and arranged by John Perceval. Karl of Kgmont, 
and continued by John T. Graves. The subjects 
range from A.I>. 1 to 17:!'!, by eminent engr 

/* and enyi-in-inif .- .">:.':; vols., includ- 
ut L'i',.000 prints or plates, reproductions of 
Rembrandt. Turner, Hogarth, and oti 

".I" roll ''--'M 1 '- P'-ru. c-tc. 

fine arts \:',7 works; sculpture, 84 

ToU., with aboil 1 ravings; architecture, 

460 rid iTion. MM volt., a rich collection. 

. : coin]'! : tin- New York 

i . from 1HC.O, the 'linn- .nearly complete) 

from l.-v'.l. the Tribune. IMs IMIO. and from 1*71.' 

to date, the World nearly complete) from 1868; 

with the Tribune Index from 1 

Bible*: before 17<M), .VI vols. 

Hible .i/.s'X. . photographic fac-similes of the 
Codex Alexandriniis and Codex Yaticanus, and a 
printed fac-simile of the Codex Frederico-A ugii<ta- 

I'liliu- fTji/nriiti'iiia : 102 vols., covering the pe- 
riod from is 17 to 1885. 

I:IL' vols. 

New Orleans, La. -- II<>\\ u:i> MIMOUIAI, Li- 
I'.UAKV. (William P.eer. Librarian.) 

The library contains 1'O.dOO books and pamphlets 
for reference and study, and has special collections 
on the history of Louisiana and New Orleans. It 
al>o makes a specialty of the literature of proces- 
and progresses. 

Northampton, Mass. SMITH CIH.I.LI.I. l!ii- 
1.1:1 KCB Lir.u.MM. i Mary K. ( iorhain, Librarian.) 

The philti.-<ni>li iful de]>arlmeiit contains about 
1200 works, chiefly from the library of Prof. M. 
Stuart Phelps. The Phclps Memorial Association 
has a fund for the department, and additions are 
constantly made. 



The library, of over !.">. (100 vols., has an appro- 
priation of ft.'iOO each year for the purchase of 
books. In American and fut/in/ic liiatnri/ there is 
a large collection, made during the last twenty 
years by the Librarian, and about 2000 vols. of 
Roman Ctithulic m ir*/xiji< / \s- and magazines. li- 
ports of diocesan synods and Roman ( 'atbolic insti- 
tutions number about ll'OO vols. ; there are several 
thousand vols. in Irish history collected by the late 
Laurence Kehoe of New York and others; many 
early American Catholic pamphlets and books col- 
lected by the late Father Finotti and by the Libra- 
rian ; several hundred works relating to .1, 
liistnri/. collected by the late John Gilmary Shea; 
.-everal hundred /- /////////x ;/v///,.<. <-ollected by the 
late James A. McMa-ter of New York; and thou- 
sands of nriijiinil /-//</> in Spanish. French. Her- 
man. and F.nglish, written by bi>hops. jiriots. and 
laymen. There are al>o paintint,'^, photographs, 
and relics of all kinds relating to tlie church 
cially the Roman Catholic hi>hops and pn 
America ), the ( 'i\ il \\ ar, and Indian life, and a col- 
lection of ruins from all parts of the world. 

Oberlin, 0. Or.i CoLLBOB LinitAKY. 

( A/ariah S. Root, l.iiirai 

,-// and anti-slavery: over IL'uo books and 
pain-. I 'ontain> the library of Win. Goodell. l'.-.|., 
and ]ortions of the liliraries of Oliver Johnson and 
Austin Willey. Tin- co]l.-i-ti..ii i e>|,,..'ially strong 
on the ]>olitieal ap"-ct ot'tln- slavery (juestion. 

Origin. d s,.un, - f,,r the stmly of church history 
also should be mention* d. 



Palo Alto, Cal. Stanford Un icersity. (E. II. 
Woodruff, Librarian.) Of the library as a whole 
it is too soon to say anything. A railway collec- 
tion has however been founded by Timothy Hopkins, 
containing already about 1000 vols. and as many 
panis.. and to be largely increased. It is intended 
to include both the technical and economic sides of 
the subject. 

Philadelphia, Penn. ACADEMY OF NATURAL 

Si n \( i>. (Edward J. Nolan. M.D.. Librarian.) 
Contains in its library over 33,000 vols. and nearly 
1'J.OnO pamphlets, devoted exclusively to the natu- 
ral sciences, with an annual increase of from 
700 to 800 vols. Additions are made by exchange 
and by purchase from the income of the I. V. 
Williamson and Thomas B. Wilson library funds. 

The conchological collection is specially com- 
plete, with 1200 vols.; and ornithology is well 
represented, all the illustrated folios being on the 

The library was begun in 1812, and has large files 
of scientific journals, proceedings of societies, etc. 

Philadelphia, Penn. AMERICAN BAPTIST HIS- 
TORICAL SOCIETY. (Henry E. Lincoln, Librarian.) 

The library, containing about 8000 vols., is made 
up principally of books illustrating the history of 
the Baptist denomination and the works of Baptist 
authors. It includes 400 vols. and 20,000 panis., 
the reports and annual minutes of Baptist socie- 
ties, conventions, and associations in the United 
States and abroad ; 780 vols. in hymnology, a large 
proportion of these having been collected by the 
late Francis Jennings ; 300 vols. of the translations 
and publications of foreign missionaries; and a 
large number of autographs and letters, and manu- 
script histories of churches and sketches of private 
individuals. The Society also aims to collect pho- 
tographs and pictures of Baptist ministers and lay- 
men, and views of churches, colleges, etc. of which 
several hundred have been secured. 

Philadelphia, Penn. AMERICAN PHILOSOPHI- 
CAL SOCIETY. (Henry Phillips, Jr., Secretary and 

The library of the Society, founded in 1743, con- 
tains about 45,000 vols., is of a general and miscel- 
laneous character, and has been formed principally 
by exchange with other learned societies, the Trans- 
actions, for instance, of the Royal Society of Lon- 
don, going back to 1GG5, and those of the French 
Academy to 1G66. It has a large number of 18th 
century pamphlets and some valuable MSS., among 
which the following pertain to our colonial and 
early federal history: 

Correspondence of Benjamin Franklin, 59 vols. 

Correspondence of William Temple Franklin, 
8 vols. 

Correspondence of Arthur and Richard Henry 
Lee, supplementing other portions in the libraries 
of Harvard College and the University of Virginia, 
2 vols. 

Logan papers, 2 vols. 

T. and R. Penn. letters, 1747-71, 1 vol. 

Recollections and other papers of Samuel Breck. 

John Pemberton's Letter-book, 1744-47. 

Heckewelder loiters, 1816-L'L'. 

Chief Justice Marshall's opinions, 1803-31. 

Dutch and English records of Pennsylvania. 

Thomas Sargeant's extracts from early Pennsyl- 
vania records. 

Records of indentures of individuals (Pennsyl- 
vania) . 

Rough minutes of Provincial Councils. 

Unprinted laws of Pennsylvania, 1693-1700. 

William Penn's Cash-book. 

History, and True history of the Dividing Line 
between Virginia and North Carolina. 2 vols. 

Minutes of Commissioners for determining the 
bounds between Pennsylvania and Maryland. 

The Connecticut and Wyoming controversy. 

Records of the Colony of New Sweden. 

Indian treaties (Pennsylvania). 

Indian military affairs, 1737. 

Louisiana papers (Jefferson, etc.), and a Spanish 
account of the province. 

A manuscript of La Harpe's Journal (see Nar. 
and Crit. Hist. America, v. 64). 

French War papers, like army accounts. 1754-56 ; 
military journal, 17GO-G3; regimental book, 1754. 

Revolutionary records : importation of tea, 1773 ; 
Valley Forge orderly book, 1777-78; the disap- 
pearance of the papers of William Lee in Berlin ; 
Continental currency. 

Pertaining to early American linguistics and 
aboriginal history : 

A Mexican tribute roll of Montezuma, 

Treatises in the Central American languages, and 
translations in those and other aboriginal tongues, 
12 vols. 

About 2500 Aztec relics (on exhibition at the 
Academy of Natural Sciences). 

Of scientific value are the following : 

Lewis and Clark expedition, note books, 19 vols. 

The botanical journal of Andre Michaux. 

The mineralogical journal of Thos. P. Smith. 

A list of dried plants put in Dr. B. S. Barton's 
hands by Meriwether Lewis (Lewis and Clark), 

Log books and ships' meteorological records. 

An old Greek manuscript (homilies). 

Two missals of the 14th and 15th centuries. 

The Society's collection of coins is on exhibition 
in Memorial Hall, Fairmount Park. It has also 
various interesting relics, like Franklin's electrical 
machine, Rittenhouse's clock and meridian instru- 

7 8 


mi-lit. Jefferson's pantograph, a nioiK-l of Fitch's 
steamboat, etc. A of valuable busts (in- 
cluding Houdon's Franklin and Lafayette) and 
oil portraits. 

A clas-iticd catalogue of the lihrary \v:is printed 
in 1803-84. 

Philadelphia, I'enn. AMERICAN SI-M>\\ 
S. H. ...i. I'MMN. (Edwin W. Kicc, Librarian.) 

Modern Sunday Sclnx,!* : the history of their 
organi/ation. hest methods of instruction, etc. ; 
about 2000 vols., besides pamphlets and unpub- 
lished MSS. on tlie subject. 

The lihrary was begun in 1824 and has at present 
over 8000 vols. and 2000 bundles of pams. 

Philadelphia, Penn. COLLEUE OF PIIYSI- 
(BAM 'i- Pirn MU.I rniA. (Charles Perry Fisher, 

Yellow fever and its history: over 000 vols. are 
devoted to this subject, and over 200 to the Ameri- 
can history of vaccination and inoculation. 

Medical history during the Revolutionary war: 
a large collection of unpublished autograph letters 
and papers, and many books illustrating the early 
history of American medicine. 

About 400 current medical journals are con- 
stantly on file for consultation. The total number 
of volumes in the library, not including dupli- 
cates, is above 43,000, with about 15, (XX) unbound 

Philadelphia, I'enn. DIVINITY SCHOOL OF 

INI 1'. I-'.. < in K< ii. (Ezra P. Gould, Librarian.) 
Liturgies: a collection of 1500 vols. and many 
pamphlets, given by lit. Kev. Win. Bacon Stevens. 
D.D.. Bi.-hop of Penn. From the same donor the 
lihrary has received the Journals of the General 
Convention, and diocesan journals, nearly if not 
quite complete from the beginning. 

Philadelphia, I'rnn. DIM \i i. INSTITUTE OF 
- n. >< i.. AM. INDUSTRY. (Alice B. Kroeger, 

Manuscripts, autographs, and curious books : 
MSB. of complete works, 34 vols. ; autograph let- 
ters and MM., fi vols. folio ; ami other bo.,; 
taining valuable autographs, etc., the gift of Mr. 
George W. Child-. 

There are the following complete MSB. : Andre's 

"The cow chace," Ivlwm Arnold's "Lotus and 

:ner' H'-rtba," Cooper's "Life of 

Hit-hard Somcrs," Dickers'* "Our mutual friend," 

Godwin'* Cb.ii'l' -1. \ ." Hawihon.e'a "Consular 

experience.-." I. .mil.'* ' Witches and other night 

Ixjwell's " I'nder the willows," Martineau's 

" Retrospect of western travel," a sermon from 

by Cotton Mather, Poe's "The 

murders in the line Morgue," Scott'i " Chroni- 

clei of the Canongate," Thackeray's " Lecture on 
(M-orge III.," a sermon by Bishop White, Willis's 

Need of two loves." 

Philadelphia, I'enn. FRANKLIN INSTITUTE. 

(Alfred Higling, Librarian.) 

The lihrary is strictly scientific in character and 
contains at present :'.7, ()()( vols., nearly 88,000 
pains., and over .".nno maps, drawings, ami photo- 
graphs. All the leading technical periodical* are 
received, as well as the transactions of the / 
.nifittii* of the world. The library contains com- 
plete sets of the British (and Colonial), French, 
(lernian, Austro-Hiingarian, Russian, Swiss, and 
A nierican patent records. 

Electricity forms a collection of 1800 vols.. i".i:.n 
pains., and :.' ! M.-.S. ; and cln-m iatri/ 1!HIO vols. and 
2 vols. of MSS. Eat-h subject has a special fund 
for additions. A catalogue of electrical works 
was published in 1SS4, and one of chemistry in 

Philadelphia, Penn. FRIENDS' FUKI: I.i- 
HKAKV. (ii-rniiintoirn. ( William Kite, Librarian.) 

The writings of Friends, controversial and bio- 
graphical, form a collection of over 500 vols. and 
100 pams., which have been added to the library 
by purchase since 1873. These accessions are 
recorded in the Annual reports of the library. 

Philadelphia, I'tnn. FRIENDS' LIHRARY, OR 

LIKKAKY or -iiir. TIIUI.I; MONTHLY Mi i IIN..- .i 
FRIENDS. (John II. Dillingham, Librarian.) 

Founded by Thomas Chalkley, and has been 
growing since 1741, with additions by John I'em- 
berton and otln-r-, now amounting to 11,800 vols. 
/'/!< in/a' book-, and especially early Friends' litera- 
ture, form a collectn n of about isnn voN. 

Philadelphia, Penn. !lir.i:i\v l\i>i < ATM.N 

S.>. n rv. (Cvrii- A, Her, Lilirarian.) 

liililicnl n/it/ Ji-n-i.-i/i I \l< fiiturr : l~uil vols., the 
library of Isaac Leeser of Philadelphia, formed 
betwei'ii 1>L'I ami l>r,7. A catalogue was printed 
in is.-; 1 ,. Tin-re are no fund- tor additions. 

The library of tin- Society i-. in the main, a col- 
lection of editions of ami com ntaries on the. 

Hebrew IHIilf ; it contains, however, pamphlets, 
-i-rmons, and periodical", of interest for the history 
of the ./ci/-.s- in Ann rica. 

Philadelphia, Pi /m. HISTORICAL So. n rv 

..i l'i s\-i i \ VM \. !'. I ). Stone. Librarian.) 

denealogies and tmrn and county histories re- 
lating to the Middle and Southern states: a large 

Political history of the United States from 178!) 
to IHilL': :iu(i(i pains., bound in chronological order. 

Public institutions of Philadelphia: a large col- 
lection of pamphlets. 



French revolution : 1810 vols., collected by Dr. 
Win. Muclure in France early in the present 
century for the Academy of Natural Sciences, 
from which institution it was purchased for the 
Historical Society by Mr. William S. W*ilson 
ami Dr. Thomas B. Wilson. Described in the 
catalogue of the Acad. of Nat. Sciences, 1836, 
pp. 179-239. 

Hooks printed in Philadelphia, 1685-1785 : 1796 
vols. . many of them printed for the Germans settled 
in the section of the country about Philadelphia. 
Collected by the Society and the Trustees of the 
Gilpin Library of the Historical Society. Consult 
Hildeburn's "Press in Pennsylvania, 1685-1785." 
Many have been added since this was published. 

American Colonial laics. The unrivalled collec- 
tion of Colonial laws made by the late Charlemagne 
Tower was presented to the Society in 1890 by 
Mrs. Tower. It embraces the first extant edition 
issued by each of the American colonies except 
Rhode Island, New Jersey, and Maryland, the first 
edition of the laws of Vermont as well as those of 
the British and Danish West Indies, also nearly 
all the later revisions prior to 1800, and the origi- 
nal session laws of all the colonies except North 
Carolina and Georgia. The set of Pennsylvania 
laws numbers 151 titles, that of Massachusetts, the 
nucleus of which was the collection of Dr. George 
H. Moore, numbers 407 titles. A valuable collec- 
tion of other early Americana is likewise included. 
The careful and elaborate Catalogue printed by the 
Society shows 942 titles of Laws and 87 titles of 

The Society has begun, as supplementary to the 
Tower books, a collection of the minutes of Colonial 
assemblies which has already attained a respectable 

The following manuscripts deserve special no- 
tice : 

Extracts from records of Friends' meetings : 
births, deaths, and marriages from 1682 to 18 , 
oi' M-. vol. : >till being increased. 

William Rairle papers; insurrection in western 
Pennsylvania and in Northampton County : 2 vols. 

Wallace papers, including those of William 
Bradford. Atty. Gen. U. S. : 10 vols. 

James and William Irvine papers and letters, 
relating to the Revolution : 13 vols. Portions of 
the latter have been printed in the Washington- 
Irvine correspondence, edited by Butterfield. 

Letters of Conrad Weiser ; Indian affairs in 
Pennsylvania, 1741-1766: 2 vols. 

Letters of If. E. Jfxhlenlerg ; botanical corre- 
spondence, 1781-1815 : 1vol. 

Letters of Hon. John Langdon. 1659-1821: 
1 vol. and MSS. The more important papers of 
Lungdon are in the possession of Rev. Alfred 
Langdon Elwyn of Penn. 

George, George Jr., and Willing. T. Read, 1716- 
1872 (Delaware, etc.) : 1 vol. 

Sir George Lee, Admiralty cases and opinions : 
4 vols. 

Thomas ITutchins, geographer general U. S. 
1774-1784 : 1 vol. 

Benjamin Franklin : agent of colony (1757- 
1771) ; minister to France and miscellaneous (1776- 
1785) : 4 vols. 

Shippen papers : correspondence and military 
papers relating to the colonial history of Penn. : 
10 vols. A portion of these have been printed in 
letters and "Papers relating to the provincial 
history of Penn. Edited by T. Balch." 

Pennsylvania society for the promotion of the 
abolition of slavery, etc., 1785-1868: 11 vols. 
Includes the correspondence and the minutes of 
the society. 

Court records of Philadelphia (a fragment). 
1697-1821 : 5 vols. 

East and West Jersey boundary, 1664-1853 : sur- 
veys, maps, letters, etc. 

James Wilson, 1775-1792 : 1 vol. He was a 
signer of the Declaration of Independence. 

Henry Laurens, 1774-1780: 3 vols., and a 
Letter book in one volume of ante-revolutionary 
date. A portion of the collection once owned by 
William Gilmore Simms. 

Commodore Barney, U. S. jV., 1782-1818. War 
of 1812 : 2 vols. 

Bartram JfSS., 1739-1818 : 4 vols. Botanical; 

Register of German Redemptioners, 1785-1831 : 
2 vols. 

Thos. Bradford, Commissary of Prisoners ; MSB. 
relating to exchange of British army and naval 
prisoners, 1777-1783: 9 vols. 

Elias Boudinot. Letters and papers relating to 
exchange of prisoners ; miscellaneous: 4 vols. 

Northampton County. Surveys, indentures, 
assessors' returns, letters, etc., 1752-lt<50 : 128 

Chester County. Surveys, indentures, letters, 
etc. : 19 vols. 

Penn. JfSS., 1681-1817. Petitions; land grants; 
boundary disputes of Pennsylvania and Maryland 
(1680-1 768), and Pennsylvania and Virginia (1773- 
1775); proprietary manors ; proclamations (1G70- 
1775) ; charters and frame of government; papers 
relating to the Three Lower Counties ( Delaware) ; 
Penn v. Baltimore ; Indian affairs ; private and 
official correspondence : 04 vols. 

Logan papers: colonial history of Pennsyl- 

Potts papers, 1775-17.SO: 2 vols. Dr. Jonathan 
Potts was Deputy Director General of the medical 
staff of the Revolutionary army. 

William Henry papers (of Lancaster, Penn.). 



,ml jxipers and .V.s'N. relating to the 
Tin ''unities (now forming the State of 

Delaware . 1 ';:.:. 1 ><>.-, : i vol. 

Lancaster ("mnitij papers, 1772-lslO: 3 vols. 

Itnckf County papers. ]i:>'J 1 -C>0 : 2 vols. 

J'orA- ('in/lit;/ papers : 1 vol. 

Hrrks Comity ])apers : 1 vol. 

.Viinti/riineri/ CD mitt/ papers : 1 vol. 

liethlehcm and rinnitij, 1741-1830 (Moravian) : 

:; vols. 

Ha trie Clifford Pemlertnn papers, 1720- 
1830: :'.<i \ol-. ,, far bound. 

./. A'. r<>in .>-,// papers. 17s:, ls;,i : I5vols. Let- 
ters, diarifs. etc. : political history of U. S., Mexico, 
ami Kus.-ia. Sec sketch of 1'oinsett in the Penn. 
in a. IT. "f hi.-tory. 

I'lft-i-.-i papers, relating to the colonial history of 

n, nl I >'.t surrey : field-book and map. 

Jnfliua Stoddard Johnson papers : political his- 
tory of I 

x of the Ifamiltons of Pennsylvania, 1748- 
1770: 1 vol. 

On many of these sec Nar. and Crit. History of America, 
viii., pp. 4V-4.YJ. 

Philadelphia, Penn. LAW ASSOCIATION OF 

I'nii \i>Ki.rni \. (Francis Hawlc, Esq., Librarian.) 

The library contains all the transcripts of records 
of reported cases in the Supreme Court of the U. S. 
from i: Peter.- to the present day, about 800 vols., 
with a yearly addition of about 25 vols. The early 
volumes were presented by Henry lialdwin, Esq. 

Al.-o. complete sets of all English and U. S. 
Reports, and nearly complete sets of session laws 
of all the States. 

The library possesses a large ami valuable col- 
lection of l-' India Jicpnrts. numbering about 

It is also one of the few law libraries in the 
country to possess a complete card-catalogue of 
its content-. 

Philadelphia, /'<//;/. I.IIII:M:V ASSOCIATION 
"i FKII M'-. Anna 15. Carroll, Librarian.) 

Formed in \ *:',:,. and the lil.rary opened in !*:!<;. 
The 1 1 .."i'K) or more volumes owned by the associa- 
tion inclu le principally I-' fir ml* book- -religious 
workx, etc. : al-o the current ma^a/im-*. Addi- 
tions are made from year to year by funds rai-ed 
by voluntary contribution-. 

The ( 'aleli ( 'lothier memorial teachers' library ' 
Of 884 vols., work* de\,,te.| exclu-i\ely to n/iicii- 
t in n. has n-i i-ntlv been added. 

Philadelphia, 1'mn. LIHUAUV ('OMI-VVV .., 

Pun. M>> i rni \. (James <;. Harnwell, Librarian.) 

over I'**' \ ]>.. piircha-ed from thce-tate 

of Prof, (ienrge Allen, with 2.".7 autograj)h b -tier- ..f 

;'-nt chess players. Catalogue jirinted in 1878. 

rrjxntu: GOO vols., from Frederick 
('. Prime and others. 

/////// in>li><iy : over 400 vols.. from .John A. 
McAllister and others, also by purcha-". 

Society of the Cincinnnti : a cataloLrue lias been 
printed in the linlletin of the library : 1 :'..". titles. 

Civil IIV/r: (regimental histories:; a catalogue 
appeared in IssC, in the P.iilletin : Cl'.t title-. 

The library is also strong in the follow ing : 
Philadelphia il-frtftnrirs O-ompIele,; ,>, u-gi>nprrs 
(nearly complete sets of all Phila lelphia news- 
papers of the xvnith century, and a selection 
during tlie \i\tli i ; city views. tif/ti.t,s. isth century 
Americana, and Mimic (the gift of Mrs. .lames 

Philadelphia, 1'enti. MKKCAM-IM. I.imi.vuv. 
(John Kdmands, Librarian.) 

Civil war : 1000 vols. 

Irish history: 1000 vols., including Inn vols. ..f 
pamphlets and ballads. 

.lulling: 120 vols., including ~>~< editions of the 
letters of Junius. Also bibliography. I'.nno \ol-.; 
English drama, 1200 vols. ; and Shukespeariana, 
100 vols. 

Philadelphia, Penn. -- Pi:i>m 1 1 KI \\ HI-- 
TOKICAL SOCIKTY. ( Hev. 1). K. Turner. Librarian.) 

This is the only Society in the United States de- 
voted to the collection and preservation of papers 
and relics that illustrate the history and ]>ni_ 
the Presbyterian church. Its library contains many 
histories of churches, presbyteries, and synod-, in 
manuscript or in printed form, prepared in accord- 
ance with the recommendation of the As.-i mbly ; 
and all the works issm d by the Presbyterian board 
of publication. 

The library of the late llev. J. B. Creigh. I ). I ). . of 
Mercersburg, Penn., 1 inn vols.. was pre.-ciited to the 
Society by his heirs, adding largely to the collec- 
tion in history and theology. The Society's library 
contains at present about L'."',nnn vol-., and TIMHHI 
pains., periodicals, sermons, etc. Partial Ii-l ..!' 
additions are given in the annual reports of the 

Philadelphia, Penn. I'M\II;-IM ..i PINV- 
MI.VVM\. ;i;re-tir\ P.. Keen, Libra i 

/'hi/i'fiii/y : t'.nOO vols., tlie libraiie- of Prof. 
(Jeor-e Allen of the 1'niviTsity . A. F. Pott of Halle, 
and F.rnst von Lciitsch of ( Juttin^-i n. 

drerkinid l.ntin liti ruturr : L'n.i MIU vol-. . from 
the .-.line source- as the above; al-o 30 Vols. of 

it iitri-fitiire: 1WK) vols.. and L'n vol-. of 
MM., I'ureha-. d in l-'.'n. 

C/ ami .In />tt nrsr : l.'.Od vol-.. tin- libraries 
of I). It. McCartec and U. \. P.owie. 

> \ol-.. libraric s of Prof-. Alfred 
Stille and William IVppi-r. 



Geology, zoology, botany : 6000 vols., libraries 
of Profs. F. V. Haytlen and Joseph Leidy. 

Engineering: 5000 vols., the gift of Fairman 

Modern spiritualism: 700 vols., the gift of 
Henry Seybert. 

Finance and political economy: 12.000 vols:., 
libraries of Stephen Colwell and H. C. Carey. 

Law : 6000 vols., the library of Hon. Benjamin 
H. Brewster. 

Public documents: 10,000 vols., acquired by 
purch - 

To each of these collections additions are made, 
but no catalogues have been printed. 

(Mary F. Macrum, Librarian.) 

Shakespearean and early dramatic literature: 
273 vols.. collected in 1840-68 by Alexander 
Mcllwaiue an I given in 1887 by Win. Thaw. 

Bampton lectures : 87 vols. ; not quite complete. 

In science, arts, natural sciences, and engineer- 
ing, there are 1600 vols., given by Andrew Carnegie. 

(H. H. Ballard. Librarian.) 

Besides works in local history, genealogy, epi- 
taphs, and a valuable miscellaneous collection of 
local antiquities, the Athenaeum has a complete 
file of local newspapers since 1800, and sev- 
eral hundred classified and catalogued pamphlets 
relating to Berkshire county, Mass., and its 

There is a valuable collection of old French 
pamphlets in 18 bound volumes, formed by Thomas 
Allen (from New Orleans). 

The Athenaeum has one of the most complete 
collections of I'. S. public documents in Massachu- 
.hronologically arranged; a collection of 
yew England music, mainly church music, cover- 
ing nearly 100 years ; a valuable collection of local 
.ainly historical, including a set of sermons 
by Rer. Thomas Allen, written in short-hand and 
cipher, with a recently- discovered key to the same ; 
a file of the Boston Advertiser, extending over 
more than 80 years ; and a growing collection of 
American school and college text-books. 

(Hubbard Winslow Bryant, Librarian.) 

The works in the library on yew England local \ 
history and genealogy number 3500 vols. and I 
10,000 pams. There are no special funds, but 
additions are constantly made, chiefly by gift, 
Maine laics, books printed in Maine, and State 
newspapers are also well represented. 

The Cyrus Woodman collection of letters and 
documents relating to the town of Buxton, Me., 
the papers and records of the Pejepscot Co. and 

nnebec proprietors, the correspondence of 
Admiral G. H. Preble, Gov. Win. King's papers, 
and other historical MSS., are owned by the Society. 

Portsmouth, y. H. PORTSMOUTH ATHE- 
NAKI-M. (Annie S. Hanscome, Librarian.) 

Incorporated 1817, and now contains over 16,700 
vols. and 1000 pams., with many rare works of the 
15th and 16th centuries, and a valuable collection 
of books relating to the history of New Hampshire. 
A catalogue was published in 1862, and another of 
books added 1863-1886 was issued in 1886. 

The Athenaeum has the private libraries of John 
Fisher, Esq., of LoiWon, and Benjamin T. Tredick 
of Philadelphia. Additions to the library are made 
from the income of funds established by James E. 
Sheafe, Esq., in 1830, Horace A. Haven, in 1843, 
and others. 

There are also collections of coins, engravings, 
and charts. 

Princeton, y. J. COLLEGE OF NEW JERSEY. 
(Ernest C. Richardson, Librarian.) 

There are the following special collections in the 
library of the college; to each of the first four 
additions are constantly made : 

Ciril war, 1861-65 : 3000 vols. and 2500 pams., 
the gift of John S. Pierson, Esq.. of New York 
(Princeton '40). 

Anglo-Saxon language: 140 vols., the library of 
W. H. Medlicott of Longmeadow, Mass. 

Astronomy : 1000 vols., partly from the library 
of Stephen Alexander. 

Aristotle and his philosophy : 300 works, from 
the library of Adolf Trendelenberg and by pur- 
chase from funds. 

Also Dante. 140 vols. ; Miltoniana, 65 vols., and 
Shakespeariana, 540 vols. 

The libraries of Professor Libby in physical geography 
(Guyot library) and Professor Allan Marquand iu the history 
of art and archaeology can be consulted by those especially 
interested in these subjects. 

CAL SEMINARY. (Rev. J. H. Dulles, Librarian.) 

English Puritan writers: 2000 vols. The Puri- 
tan collection is said to be unequalled in this 
count ry. 

Baptism controversy : 2200 vols. and 3000 pams., 
collected by Samuel Agnew of Philadelphia, and in- 
creased by the purchase of all important new books. 

Sprague pamphlets, religious miscellany of the 
18th and 19th centuries: 17,000 nos., collected by 
Wm. B. Sprague, Esq. 

Roman Catholic controversy : 300 vols. 

Christian evidences : 600 vols. 

Dogmatics: 600 vols. 

Sermons : 1200 vols. 

Church history : 3200 vols., many valuable sets, 
and fac-similes of old MSS. 



Providence, R. I. BROWN UNIVERSITY. 
vK. A. Guild, Librarian.) 

Tin- Harris collection of American poetry : 7000 
vols.. coninicncctl by Judge Albert (}. (Jrccne, con- 
tinucil by Caleb Fiskc Harris, ami bequeathed to 
tin- library in 1884 by Senator H. B. Anthony. 
There is a c:ml catalogue, besides that printed in 
issd with notes by Rev. J. C. Stockhridge. 

Botany : 2000 vols., including 700 vols. from the 
late Stephen T. Olney, received in 1878. A fund 
of $10,000 from Mr. Olney provides for additions. 

Shakspeariana : 400 vols., collected by Thos. 
Rodd of London, and presented in 184G by the late 
Mo-es B. Ives. The collection consists largely of 
bound pamphlets, many of them extremely rare. It 
includes a copy of Ireland's " Confessions," with 
notes and additions in the handwriting of the author. 

Sermons and addresses at ordinations, funerals, 
and anniversaries : collected in part and presented 
by Judge Theron Metcalf ; chiefly pertaining to 
New England history. Also 272 vols. of pamph- 
lets on civil and religious liberty, bequeathed to 
the library in 1815 by Wm. C. Richards of Lynn, 
England. The titles in this collection are given in 
the printed catalogue of 1843. The whole collec- 
tion of bound pamphlets numbers about 20,000. 

Being at, or Buddhist Scriptures : 30 palm leaf 
volumes, a complete set, made by the Rev. J. N. 
Gushing (Brown '62), a missionary at Rangoon for 
20 years. 

Providence, R. I. PUBLIC LIBRART. (W. E. 
Foster, Librarian.) 

Contains the Harris collection of 653 vols. and 
7755 pams. on slavery and the Rebellion, from the 
private library of Caleb Fiske Harris; now in- 
creased to more than 10,000 by other additions. 
Also about 200 vols. on the same subject from the 
lat- Sullivan Dorr. 

Itnlian literature : 670 vols. , from the late Albert 
Jenkins Jones; with a special fund for its yearly 

Statistical publication* bearing on economics, 
etc. : about 1800 vols., from heirs of Edwin Miller 
Snow, M.I)., in 1889. 

CAL SOCIETY. (Amos Perry, Librarian.) 

The library, begun in ISL''.', was devoted at the 
outset to the history of Rhode Island, and now 
numbers over 15,000 vols. Its manuscripts cover 
every variety of State and local records, and in- 
clude a numerous collection of orderly books of 
the Rerolutionary army. A part of the manu- 
scripts arc arranged in more than 100 folio vols., 
and contain such collections as the papers of 
Moses Brown, merchant, 17:58-1836 (18 vols.); 
The. tor, U. 8. senator, 1640-1825 (18 

rols.); Tillinghast family, 1728-1884 (4 Tols.) ; 

Field family, 1675-1715 ; Governor Nicholas Cooke, 
17:?LM801 (3 vols.); Isaac Backus, Baptist bi-to- 
rian, 1(538-17:51 (2 vols.); Commodore Ksek Hop- 
kins, 1728-1780; William Harris, an original set- 
tler of Providence, 1(157-1710; Thoina 
sheriff of Kent Co., 1721-1803; IVnn-T family, 
KJ11-1821; Updike family (of Narragansett i. 
1743-181:?; military papers of the Revolutionary 
period, 1775-1806 (4 vols.) ; papers of the Colony 
and State, largely original and official, from 
Williams's time down (10 vols.); and collections 
formed by Dr. Solomon Drownc, Dr. Usher Par- 
sons, and others. 

The Society also has most of the publications of 
other historical societies with which it is in corre- 
spondence, and 1700 vols. of newspapers, most of 
them printed in Rhode Island, of which the Xe- 
port Mercury, 1772, and the Providence Gaxette, 
1702, are the oldest. 

It has also numerous Indian relics, memorials, 
engravings, paintings, etc., such as properly belong 
to an historical museum. 

Raleigh, .V. C. STATE LIBRARY. (J. C. 
Birdsong, Librarian.) 

Makes a specialty of North Carolina history and 
the Civil war. A list of the newspaper files in 
the library was printed in its catalogue for 1891. 

Richmond, Jo. STATE LIBRARY. (Charles 
Poindexter, Librarian.) 

Virginiana: about 900 vols. ; and sis. copies of 
Virginia colonial papers from the. British Record 
office and other sources, 7000 pages. 

Ciril irar : 800 vols. and a large collection of 

Shakespeariana : 250 vols., including Boydell 
and Halliwell folios. 

American and British history are very fully 
represented, and the library has also a valuable 
collection of voyages and travels. 

The library, of about 40,000 vols., not including 
11,000 vols. in the Law department, ha* a yearly 
allowance of $3000 for the purchase of hooks. 
Catalogues were printed in ISL".I. I^:,<;. mid is". 

Richmond, Va. VIRCIMA HI-I..II. M Sn- 
OXBTT. (H. A. Brock, Corr. Secretary and Li- 

The library of the Society, relating primarily to 
the history of Virginia, contains about I.">.<NM) 
titles, and many autographs and MS. 

Many of the MS*., or -elections from them, have 
been published in the series of the Society's "Col- 
lections." Among the still unpublished v 
value may be mentioned the early minutes of the 
1'hi Beta Kappa Society of William and Mary Col- 
lege, the minutes of the Virginia hram-h of the 
Cincinnati, the records of the (ieiieral Court of 


Virginia, 1670-1676, papers of the Ludwell and 
Lee families, 1638-1870, and of the Adams, Cocke, 
and M:u-<ie families, 1670-1830, including import- 
ant documents relating to vine planting in Virginia, 
orderly books of the American Revolution, and 
papers of the late Charles Campbell, historian of 

The Society has no endowment fund. 

Hambach, Librarian.) 

The library, containing about 15,000 vols., is 
largely composed of the publications of learned 
societies, especially those relating to natural 

(Horace Kephart, Librarian.) 

The library has valuable sets of St. Louis news- 
papers from 1819 to date, and a good collection of 
works relating to Missouri or written by Missouri 
authors. It is making a specialty of western 

St. Louis, Mo. PUBLIC LIBRARY. (Fred'k 
M. Crunden, Librarian.) 

The following special collections should be 
noticed : 

Shakespeariana : 600 vols. 

Elocution : 500 vols. 

Archaeology : 400 vols. 

Sociology and political economy : over 2000 vols., 
principally English. A partial list appeared in the 
library's Class list of social science and pol. econ., 
Feb. 1889. 

Geology : 1088 vols. , which formed the private 
library of Dr. B. F. Shumard, and now increased 
by additions. 

Xaturai history: 1250 vols., the collection of 
Prof. E. A. Rosmaessler, acquired in 1870-72, with 
recent additions. 

Text-books and works on pedagogy, forming a 
Teachers' Department, including 100 vols. given 
by the Froebel Association, comprising the best 
English and German works on the kindergarten 
system, this whole department numbering over 
3000 vols. For lists of books in the Shumard and 
Rosmaessler collections see the library's Catalogue, 

CIETY. (J. Fletcher Williams, Librarian.) 

Makes a special effort to have everything relating 
to Minnesota, even leaflets, newspaper cuttings, 
hand-bills, etc. The collection numbers at present 
1000 bound vols. and 2500 unbound paras., besides 
nearly 3000 vols. of Minnesota newspapers, com- 
mencing with 1849, and many MSS. A catalogue 
was printed in 1888. The MSS. include the jour- 

nals, letter-books, and correspondence of Major L. 
Taliaferro, Indian agent at Ft. Snelling, 1819-1840; 
the same, of H. H. Sibley, Indian trader, 1830- 
1849 (the latter including several thousand pieces) ; 
the papers and writings of the missionary S. W. 
Pond, 1834-1851, etc. 

In the history of the Northwest (Nouvelle 
France) explorations, and especially the Hudson 
Bay region, there is much valuable material; 
500 vols. or more. 

In genealogy (800 works, catalogue 1888) and 
Indian history (500 vols.) the Society purchases 
everything that is offered. Photographs of pio- 
neers, Indian chiefs, and historical views number" 
2000 ; and Congressional publications 1500 vols. 

Salem, Mass. ESSEX INSTITUTE. (Chas. S. 
Osgood, Librarian.) 

The China library of the Essex Institute contains 
about 735 vols., collected and presented by T. F. 
Hunt, Esq., and is probably one of the most com 
plete collections of works relating to that country 
on the shelves of any library in the United States. 

There is also a special Art library, which now 
numbers 893 vols. and some 1000 pams. The 
library of the late Francis Peabody added greatly 
to this department. 

Directories, city and town, number over 1800 
vols., and are not confined to America. College 
catalogues, reports, etc. to the number of 300 vols. 
and 13,000 pams. ; music, 1000 vols. and 4000 pams. ; 
and material relating to Essex county, 1337 vols. and 
about 4219 pams., including complete Salem news- 
papers, make up the special collections of the 

The museum contains charts, sea journals, paint- 
ings, miniatures, coins, autographs, antique arti- 
cles and many MS. papers and documents. 

The MSS. are voluminous, and include, partly 
in bound volumes, some arranged and many not 
yet arranged, papers of the Orne, English, Pick- 
ering, Hathorue, Coffin, Saltonstall, Derby, Ward, 
Tucker, Goodhue, Holyoke, and other families, 
from the early settlement of the country down to 
recent times, such as deeds, bills, accounts, etc., 
many papers relating to the Revolution, autograph 
letters, documents, and many books and papers of 
societies not now in existence. 

San Francisco, Cal. SCTKO LIBRARY. 
(George Moss, Acting Librarian.) 

This library is intended to be mainly a scientific 
and technical one, free to the public for reference. 
It is at present still in process of collection, and in 
temporary quarters, and therefore not ready for 
general use. Its historical and literary depart- 

ments, however, as well as the scientific, contain 
some noteworthy collections. In the former may 

i be named : about 4000 vols. of incunabula, mainly 


from the duplicates of the groat Munich library ; 

-ivo purchases of clnssiful a ml early books 

from tin- Duke of Dalhorg's library and the mon- 

a-tery of Buxheim ; about 10,000 pams. of the 

;<h Civil inir and Cnnnn<ni;;iHh period, 

from tlu- Sundi'rlund library a number since 

-. -il by other purchases to about 25,000; an 
equally largo number of later F.nirlish pamphlets, 
ringing dow n to the lime of George II I. and later, 
among which are many relating to the United 
States and our early struggles for independence, 
and many curious railrainl pamphlets. There is 
a large collection of old English plays ; the great 

f F.nglish Calendars of State Papers, and 
other solid collections for Kntjlislt history. About 
1000 vols. vere bought from the Chipstcad 1'ark 
library of the late Frederick IVrkius, including 
fine illustrated books and the great Kuropcan art- 
galleries. There is a remarkable collection of 
Mexican books, including about 20,000 pam-.. 
largely of the time of the Mexican war of inde- 
pendence, 1S10-1S20, hut many of them earlier, 
and many more ranging down to the French inva- 
sion ; this collection includes also about 30,000 vols. 
of Mexican and Spanish books, many old, rare, and 
valuable. There are two very curious collections 
of books of Semitic philiilnijy a ml lit< ruture ; one 
of M88., very old and of very great interest, bought 
in Jerusalem; the other the library of the late 
Sohiller-S/inessy of Cambridge, F.ngland, being 
a working library of the Semitic ;md Hamitic 
languages, literature, theology, and history, of 
about 1500 vols. In the scientific part of the 
library may be noted : the working library for 

/i/ of the late Secretary Wells of the Eng- 
lish Society of Industrial Chemistry, about 2500 
MI!-: the nnlitiiiij library collected by the late 
Col. David Wilder of San Fianeiseo. about 1100 
vols.; many large and valuable illustrated works 
on architecture, and many important scries and 

work* on Imtany, tin-so two departments 

.it present e\< optionally strong. Many im- 
portant work* ha\ < al-o been bought oil :onli,</i/, 
on scientific voyages, and other departments of 
natural science and mechanics. 

Sewanee, 7'm/i. I M\M:-IM -n mi. SOUTH 

- H'.i ,.s LiniiAiti. (W. P. Trent, Acting 


lei a good working classical library, and a 
growing collodion of works illustratin;; eech.-ia-- 
tieal hi-tory in the oarly and middle age-, there is 
a library of Liturgies consisting of 88 special vol- 
ume! containing texts of mi--al-. comment:, rie-. 

The bl. run of the fathers i tolerably complete, 
almo-t entiioly in the be-t I'.ei.e.lictiiie editions, 
for all wriUYH of the East and West do* n t,, 

A. D. 500, and for Western writers to 140o. Th,- 

Collection, in 270 vol-.. was made by T. Mo/lev 

Starke, and presented by Mrs. ( '. M. Manigaultof 

Special attention is now being paid to collectin \ 

hooks and ]tani]ililets published in the S/mthn'i;, 
X/c/r.s- or relating to their hi-tory. The collection 
is small at present but is constantly growing. 

South Hadley, Muss. Mm M II<>n<>M. Si -.n- 
\ \i:v VM> < i. u.i ..: . i Mary ( >. Nutting, Librarian.; 

Coins: Greek and lioman; .'540, carefully ar- 
ranged and catalogued, representing the centuries 
between Alexander and Constantino. There are 
al-o ( 'uric, Chinese i earlier than the Christian era ), 
Japanese and Indian coins, not yet arranged. 

Springfield, Muss. Cn\ Lir.i:vin AsaociA- 
ih.s. (William Kiee, Librarian.) 

United States documents : L' vols. 

AV'/7// Knijllsh litri-utu,T : ~>:\'2 \ols. Additions 
are made each year from general funds and from 
the interest of the '-James M. Thompson endow- 
ment fund." 

Art: 12r,0vols. 

Sfiti/.-rSjii-di-iiinii : .".M vols. 

The library for its si/e is especially full in the 
departments of history, theology, and periodical 

Syracuse, jV. )'. BntlOUSl IM\M:-IM. 
i Henry ( ). Sil.ley. Librarian.) 

Mithmlist l:'j/isi-'</,/if periodicals, missionary, 
church, and Sunday-school reports and confer- 
ence minutes, and works on Methodi.-t Kpi.-copal 
hymnology. discipline, history, and literature. 
The minutes and mi-sionary reports are coni]>lete, 
and the intention is to make the library the fullest 
in the world in works relating to the history of the 
\litliu,list church in the I'liiled States. 

The library of the historian \'<m l,'n/i/,-r was the 
gift of Mrs. .1. M. Kei.l ,,f Ne ^'ork to the 1'ni- 
versity. This important addition, numbering about 

ivnun vols., ::. IHIO panic., and ir.oo M-S.. li 

cially rich in (in-i/nm nml Itn/itni hiaturi/, and 
in works relating to the /'/-, ,/,7i n relation, the 
collection of eoiiteni]ioraneons ]>ani]>hlots on this 
last subject being rare and oxt. II-'MO. The 
M-s., largely on Italian and German subjects, 
have been exhausti\ ely catalogued by Dr. Wiede- 
inann of P.erlin, \'oii Kauke's aiiiaiinensis. A 
com|ilete history of each MX. was written out, 
and an e.xteii-i \ e index juepared. This catalou'iie 
of MS8. \* a magnificent work of bildiography, 
and took Dr. Wiodomaiin about three \ear" to 

The \'on Kanki- library i- not at pre-i nt avail- 
able to student-, a- tin- <, i m. in catalogues have 
not as yet been adapted to the library. 


SOCIETY. (Franklin G. Adams, Secretary.) 

The library is devoted to Kansas local his- 
tory and works of general reference, and con- 
tains 64,152 nos. ; namely : 12,950 bound vols. 
of books; 11.414 bound vols. of newspapers and 
periodicals, of which 8412 are of Kansas ; 40,152 
pains.; 10,000 siss., largely relating to missions 
and Indian affairs ; a large collection of local 
w<ii>f. and at least 1200 photographs, oil paint- 
ings and engravings. About 6000 titles are added 
yearly, by gift and an appropriation of $600 per 

Chace, Librarian.) 

There are 7.">0 vols. of New Church or Siceden- 
borgian literature and magazine publications, a 
nearly complete collection, to which new books as 
published and current magazine matter are added. 
Photographs of Swedenborg's manuscripts, dona- 
ted by the ' ' Rotch " Fund, are being added as fast 
as they appear. 

The college possesses a collection of coins, in- 
cluding a nearly complete series of U. S. copper 
coins up to l-.")7. 

LIBRARY. (Henderson Presnell, Librarian.) 

College and school catalogues (American) : 30,000 
vols. and paras. 

Ptdagog y : books, periodicals, etc., German, 
Austrian, and Swiss, 7000; French, 1200; Eng- 
lish, 2000; American. 10,000; Spain, Portugal, 
Netherlands, Italy, Scandinavia, Russia, South 
and Central American countries, 3,000 ; on soci- 
ology, 1000 ; for reference, such as dictionaries, 
cyclopaedias, etc., 2000; text-books, 3000. Total: 
29,200 vols. 

Pamphlets not included in the above, over 75,000 ; 
number of separate treatises, 123,000. 

The Bureau is printing an index of its books 
by authors, and an analytic index of Barnard's 


(Charles Darwin, Librarian.) 

Expects to develop a valuable library through a 
system of exchanges begun in 1889, and has 3,000 
cart-fully chosen books, selected with a view of not 
duplicating those already accessible in the Library 
of Congress ; also 6000 pams. The books of the 
Anthropological Society of Washington and of the 
Woman's Anthropological Society are deposited 

The valuable private library of Mr. J. C. Pilling 
on Indian linguistics is accessible to students in 
the Bureau. 

(S. G. Brock, Chief of Bureau.) 

Over 5000 vols. and about 5000 pams. on com- 
mercial statistics and social science received by 
exchange with foreign and state governments, trade 
bodies, etc. 

'Washington, D. C. DEPARTMENT OF STATE. 
(Frederic Bancroft, Librarian.) 

The library contains about 50,000 vols. in diplo- 
macy, international law, etc., and is increased by 
an annual appropriation of 2000. 

The Revolutionary Archives of the State Depart- 
ment constitute a part of the library, and include 
the diplomatic papers and correspondence of the 
government to 1789, as well as the papers of Wash- 
ington, Madison, Monroe, Jefferson, Hamilton, and 
Franklin. The library also contains the Kohl col- 
lection of copies of early maps of America, of 
which an enumeration is given in Bibliographical 
Contributions of Harvard College Library, no. 19. 
There is a full description of this manuscript ma- 
terial in the Narrative and Critical History of 
America, vol. viii. pp. 414-426. 

The library contains also the laws of the United 
States as engrossed and signed by the presidents, 
and the records of claims and commissions, etc. 

LIBRARY. (Miss Irene C. Tyler, Librarian.) 

About 400 vols. and as many pamphlets on the 
anti-slavery agitation, in large part collected by 
the abolitionist Lewis Tappan of New York. Also 
4000 theological and religious works. 

The whole library contains about 13,000 vols. 

NAVY DEPARTMENT. (Lt. Comdr. Richardson 
Clover, U. S. N., Hydrographer.) 

The office forms a part of the Bureau of Naviga- 
tion, and has about 5000 vols. of sailing directions 
of all parts of the world, and kindred works per- 
taining to the subject; a catalogue was printed in 
1891. There are also about 2500 MSS. relating to 
surveys, shoals, the original work of longitude par- 
ties, etc. 

The meteorological division in the office contains 
about 700 vols., relating in part to ocean meteor- 
ology, the use of oil in heavy seas, etc. 12,000 
foreign charts are in archives for reference. 

"Washington, D. C. LIGHT-HOUSE BOAP.D. 
(Geo. W. Coffin, Comdr. U. S. N., Naval Secre- 

The library contains about 3600 vols. , of which 
some 600 are pamphlets. Its specialty is pha- 
rology. It is rich in works on optics, on the 
building of light-ships and on the erection of 
light-houses, especially on submarine foundations. 
Additions average about 100 vols. a year. The 



library was founded when tin- Board was organized 
in IvVj. An index catalogue of the library of the 
Light-house Hoard was published in 188G. It is by 
authors only. 

Tin- use of the library is virtually restricted to 
tlif ntliccrs nf the light-house service, who are scat- 
ter, .1 throughout the maritime States of the Tnioii. 
It is. as to them, a lending library. 

"Washington, />. '. NATIONAL Mrsu M. 
(.lolin Murdoch, Librarian.) 

The library of the National Museum is under the 
char-e of the librarian of the Smithsonian Institu- 
tion, and is exclusively scientific. 

The Kan library of archaeology, 715 vols. and 
17'J - _' ]iani8., was bequeathed to the Museum by the 
Curator of archaeology, the late Dr. Charles Kau. 

Tli.- Isaac Lea collection, 1100 vols. and paras., 
almost exclusively znnliiijical, was presented to 
the Museum by the heirs of the distinguished natu- 
ralist. Dr. Isaac Lea, of Philadelphia. 

The Samuel Brown collection, 150 vols., contain- 
ing many rare and curious old works on alchemy, 
chemistry, and kindred subjects, was presented by 
Dr. J. C. Brown, of Haddington, Scotland. 

Sectional libraries" are collections perma- 
nently loaned to the curators of special hranches 
of science in the Museum from the accessions to 
the Smithsonian deposit in the Library of Congress 
as well as from books belonging exclusively to the 
Mn-i urn. Among these arc the departments of : 

Birds, 825 vols. and paras. ; chemistry, miner- 
:-. 7.".:'.: ethnology, 5C.-, ; fishes, ] I'.i ; mam- 
mals, 515; marine invertebrates, }'2~>; geology, 
ir.'i; materia m.-dica. \:>i\- prehistoric anthro- 
pology, 160; oriental archaeology, 700; insects, 
1 '.'; plants, 2030. 

There are .two special collections kept in the 
c.-ntral library : anthropology, 840 vols. ; and 
geological report*, government explorations, etc. 
865 roll. 

Hi., i, HI (Philip S. Wales, Medical director in 

The library contains about i:.,ooO vols. on 
hygiene and kindred subjects, which includes the 
old Naval medical library of .3000 vols., and was 
founded in 1**2 by its present director. 

Washington, D. C. N\v.u. ' >nsi UVATORV 
I. NIK MIL II. M. I'.uil, Librarian.; 

in essentially a reference library, intended 
to be M complete a* possible in astronomy and 
mathemalic* ; the collection of serials in these 
Miihjcct.i is probably more complete than in any 
other library in the I'nit.d States. From 1845, 
when the library w;m founded, until 1- 
growth was principally by exchange; since 1878 

the annual appropriation bills have contained a 
re-ular item of sloon for the library, which has 
been expended in completing and keeping up the 
pfrimliealii, and in purchasing old and rare books 
and such important new ones as could not be ob- 
tained by exchange. The library i- especially rich 
in complete sets of the publications of the older 
academies of science and of the long-established 
/'i rlmlifiilit devoted to astronomy and geod. >y. 
mathematics, physics, and chemistry. It is prac- 
tically complete in the publications of aftronm/i irul 
tisrrratorirs (iinJ societies, of geodetic bureau* and 
of the older meteoroloy irul uml Mognttic obftrvtt- 
lories ; also in star catalogues and charts, in astro- 
nomical tables and ephemerides, in the lib/int/rnjifi i/ 
and history of astronomy and mathematics, and in 
the collected works of astronomers, mathemati- 
cians, and physicists. It has a pretty full collec- 
tion of mathematical tables, including some rare 
early prints of logarithm tables. 

Besides the endeavor towards completeness in 
all branches of astronomical literature and the 
other above-mentioned subjects, the library obtains 
the most important modern works (separate treati- 
ses and periodicals) in the various branches of 
mathematics, physics (especially full in f>]i/ica), 
chemistry, electricity and magnetism, photography, 
engineering, geography, horology, and instrume '- 

Washington, D. C. PATENT OFFICE Sci- 
r.vnrir LntKAUY. (Howard L. Prince, Librarian.) 

This library, containing about Cn.oun vols. and 
pains., possesses the patent puliUcatimut of all 
nations, and in addition a general collection of 
applied science. There are about 1300 vols. on 
electricity, in which the library has used more 
especial efforts than in other branches to make its 
collection fairly complete, at least as t'ar as recent 
publications are concerned. Next to this the col- 
lections on saiiitatitm and jihotni/rnjilii/ may be 


About 2000 vols. a year are added through jmr- 
chase. gift, and exchange. A catalogue was printed 
in 1*7* and supplements in I-s:; and 1888. 

A card index of articles in about L'<M> scientific 
and technical periodical.- in Knglish and Continental 
1. manages, commencing Jan. 1. 1V.M. is now in use. 

Wanhington, D. C. POST OFFICE i>i i vui- 

Mi M. i Mi" Lucy A. Henley, Libra: 

The library contains, he-id. > go\ eminent docu- 
ments, 1000 vols. on thc;jo*<a/ tervice. 

'Washington. />.('. BcBOBOH-OKNBRAJ 

i i. : .1 . S. AUMV. (John S. Millings. Sun 
eh ir-e.) 

The library of the Snru'e.-n-L'eneralV < >Hice. 'I" 1 
l.ir_;.-t medical library in the world, ha- IH|.IHHI 


vols. and 159,000 pams. This is thought to include 
over ninety per cent, of the medical literature of 
the last ten years and about one eighth of the medi- 
cal works issued before 1500. The first volume 
of a printed catalogue appeared in 1880, and the 
twelfth, in 1891, comes down to Shuttleworth. 

Washington. D. C. U. S. COAST AND GEO- 
DETIC SCRVET. (F. H. Parsons, Librarian.) 

The library contains 300 atlases, 12.000 charts, 
American and foreign, and 15,000 vols. 

The special directions in which additions are 
being made to this collection are along the lines of 
pure mathematics, astronomy, geodesy, metrology, 
and the publications of engineering and other sci- 
entific societies. 

Washington, D. C. U- S. GEOLOGICAL SCR- 
VEY. (Charles Darwin. Librarian.) 

The library of the survey, begun in 1882, con- 
tains already 30.811 vols. and 60.000 pams. A 
small number of these were inherited from the old 
Hayden survey : 1900 were purchased from Eobert 
Clarke of Cincinnati, and formed an almost com- 
plete collection of the official geological reports of 
the United States ; 700 vols. and 5000 pams. were 
bought at the sale of the Desnoyers collection in 
Paris, relating to European and early geology, and 
especially rich in rulcanology but the larger part 
of the collection has been received through a care- 
fully organized system of exchange with geological 
institutions and societies. 

The library is strictly confined to books relating 
to geology or containing matter of geological in- 
terest. Its collection of United States geological 
survey publications, both state and federal, is prac- 
tically complete. In palaeobotany its collection 
may be said to be complete as to North America, 
and nearly complete in descriptive and systematic 
works relating to all lands, and to all branches of 
the subject, with the exception of works treating 
of fossil diatomaceae. 

In geology it has the important works and in 
palaeontology good working collections as well as 
a large and fine collection of author's excerpts and 

The library is collecting and indexing and arrang- 
ing all maps which would be of use to the scien- 
tific corps of the survey, and has already 20,000. 

A general bibliography of North American ge- 
ology is under way. 

Washington. D. C. U. S. WEATHER BCREAC. 
(Oliver L. Fassig, Librarian.) 

The library, of about 13,000 vols., contains 6000 
rols. on meteorology, 600 meteorological charts, 
- other scientific works. Additions at the 
rate of about 1000 vols. a year are due largely to 
exchanges with foreign and home meteorological 
services. A catalogue was printed in 1872 and 

again in 1880. The library has a card catalogue 
of the printed literature of meteorology down to the 
close of 1881, with an incomplete supplement to 
the close of 1890. The portions of the catalogue 
relating to temperature, moisture, winds and storms 
some 15,000 titles in all have been included 
in O. L. Faasig's Bibliography of meteorology, 

In July, 1891, the Weather Bureau was trans- 
ferred from the Signal Service Bureau, War Dept., 
to the Agricultural Dept. There is at present in 
the Signal Corps. U. S. A.. War Dept., a special 
library of about 500 vols. on military signalling 
and allied subjects. 

By a recent joint resolution of Congress 
the principal governmental collections in Washing- 
ton were declared to be "accessible, under such 
rules and restrictions as the officers in charge of 
each collection may prescribe, or as are already, 
or hereafter may be, prescribed by act of Con- 
gress, to the students of any institution of higher 
education incorporated under the laws of Con- 
or of the District of Columbia." The object of 
the above resolution was stated to be "to encour- 
age the establishment and endowment of institu- 
tions of learning at the national capital by defining 
the policy of the Government with reference to 
the use of its literary and scientific collections by 

BRARY. (H. Hawes, Librarian.) 

Has a collection of over 400 works for the study 
of comparative philology, with special reference to 
Xorth American languages ; the gift of Prof. E. N. 
Horsford. A catalogue was printed in 1888. 

The purchase of the Powell Library by Prof. 
Horsford in May. 1S91, increased this collection by 
some 1020 vols. and pams. This library was col- 
lected by Major J. W. Powell, Director of the 
Bureau of Ethnology, and consists largely of works 
compiled by missionaries to further their religious 
labors among the Indians. Prof. Hosford has also 
added the MSS. of Dr. Silas T. Rand, late missionary 
to the Micuiac Indians. 

'West Point. .V. 1'. U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 
(Prof. Peter S. Michie, Librarian.) 

The library, founded in 1812, contains 31,000 
vols. and 3200 pams.. the majority dealing with 
science, military tactics, mathematics, ciril engi- 
neering, veterinary art, etc. ; and is for the use of 
professors, officers, and cadets only. 

Additions are now made by purchase from the 
annual appropriation of Congress, and average 800 

A catalogue was printed in 1876 and a supple- 
ment in 1882 ; a card catalogue was begun in 1891. 


CA1 UID GSOLOOIOU. SOCXVTT. ( I,il>rnri;m. ) 

Tin- lihrar\ . devoted to I, : 

numbers about .Mioo vol*. aii<l .".IMMI pams. It has 
been farmed principality l>y gift ami exchange since 
S, ami inaki-s a specialty of niaitrr relating to 
tin- Wi/nininij Valley; it has about Itino .MSS. re- 
lating to tin- latter subject ; also 7 "00 coins. 

The private lilirary of Kev. IInr:n-e F..| m Ilayden, ( ,f 
tile ineiiihrr- of tlie Soeiely, relate* ti> the *;iinr snlijeet- ami 
contain* -loco V oN. ami 4000 puuis. ami Sum coins. See hi* 
"Bil>lioyT;i|>hv nf Wyoming" in the 1'rtieeeilin^s of the 
Society, ii. S6-I31. 

Woburn, Ifngg. Prnur I-HSUAIM. (\V. H. 
Cutter. Librarian.) 

I la- 4000 M88. relating to tin- local history of 
Wobnni. ami about K MM) surveyor's plans of Wobnrn 
estates, etc. ; also 200 vols. of Sltnkc.ijini ri,nm. 

Woodstock, Md. Coi.i.i:..!. Lir.u.vuY. (A. J. 
Maas. S..I., Librarian.) 

Contains about 40, (MM) works, theology, philoso- 
phy, ami ecclesiastical history being well repre- 

Bible polyglots : tin- four great ones of Alcala, 
I.omlon. 1'aris. ami Antwerp, ami a number of 
smaller ones. 

'- stint i/: 4(i(M) vols., many in folio. 
I ' ic tlieo/u/ji/ : 2<><)0 vols. ; a coni]ile|. 
Fathers, ecclesiastical writers and Doctors from 
S. Barnabas to Innocent III.. CO (?)-121G A. i>. 

.- .">0<><i s]iecimens. Roman and modern, 
with several Papal medals. 
IMUH voN. 

xtilicn Aiiii-ricnna up to I ^:> : 
and ">'i ]iams. ; .lesuit missionary collec- 
tion for Maryland and Pennsylvania. A nearly 
compete set of the annual I'mv ince-catalogn. 
tin- Sociitij since its sujiiires.sioii in 177.".. 

Worcester, .Muss.- |-'I:M. PuBUC LIT.KUM. 
.el S. (in-en, Librar: 

t-irfiejn and American /nri- 

>'s on matlieiiiaties. pli\v,ics, chrmi-try, bi- 
'"-'. and on tlie | of 


ice, ill all 4 .MM) vols. : also periodical* on 
nitire pnintimj. joinery, and furniture, and espe- 
cially those relatinur to the fun- arts. In the la*t 
dei.artment may be mentioned a full set of the 
plates issued by the Annul,! Sn,-i,tji. and a con- 
siderable and ."rowing collection of photographs 
of works by tin- great master*. Tlie library i 
omph'te set of ( 'obbett's Parliamentary historv of 
England, Hansard's I'arliainentary debates, and 
complete sets of the Congressional globe. Con- 
gressional record, Giles's register, Annals of 
Congress and Congrc88ional debates, and other 
material useful in the study of Knglish and Ameri- 
can history. 

Funeral sermons : a collection begun by Samuel 
(J. Drake ; l.MlO jiams. 

l,iil>f>rin<j clnsses in Knglaml : 100 pams. c () |- 
lectcil by Senator (ieo. F. Hoar, showing the fe(d- 
ing of laboring men there twenty or twenty-five 
years ago. 

Worcester, Mass. Woii'i^Mi: BoCttTT <>r 
t-iTY. (Thomas Adams Dickinson, Libra- 
rian. ) 

The library of the Society, I 1 .uo<) vols., rcdatt'S 
]>rincipally to local history and r/cnealngi/. The 
"Ceorge Allen Library" of L':'.l)0 vols. and 2000 
pams. illustrates the theology of New England or 
Congregationalitm, and contains many rare books 
once owned by distinguished ministers, with their 
notes, and with annotations by Mr. Allen. 

The John Downes collection comprises (VM nl- 
/ n, i ncs, with some line specimens of Knglish 
almanacs of the 17th and early part of the ISth 
centuries; also about MM) vol*. of scientific works 
used by Mr. Downes in making computations for 
the Nautical almanac; publications of Isaiah 
Thiiiinis : Indifferent is-ues of the New Kngland 
Primer from 177'.i; and a collection of , ,-/!/ sn 

Catalogues of the Downes collection and the 
(ieorge Allen library are in preparation. There 

! of the Proceedings of Coir.;' 
since 17*!' in the Society's library 

:!i:ililr to in. ],!,. any .trriiuilf of the l:ir L ''St liliiMiy ill thr I'liil..! Sl.ite*, (he 
'.iiiKt.iii. In the i .n.lition ,,| thut in-titnti..n, tin- lilirariau h:t- loun.l it 

i any atii'.. 


JANUARY, 1893, 


No. 54; OR VOL. VII. No. 2. 



librarian of tfjt Snibrrsitg, 



OFFICIAL. From the Corporation Records 
From the Overseers' Records .... 

. 90 




General, 07; Theology and Philosophy, 99; Sci- 
ence, 103; Useful Arts, 108; Fine Arts, no; 
Antiquities, iia; History and Geography, 114; Law 
and Sociology, 125; Philology, 130; Literature, 134. 



MEETING OF JUNE 28, 1892 (additional). Voted, to proceed to the election of a Profcs-or of 
Histology and Human Embryology, whereupon ballots being given in it appeared that CHUMI* 
SEDGWICK MINOT, S.D., was elected. 

Voted, to communicate this election to the Board of Overseers, that they may consent thereto if they 
see fit. 

MM i IN.. OF SEPTEMBER 27, 1892. The President reported that he had received through AI.IA \NM.K 
AGASSIZ, Esq., the sum of $5000, from Major THKOHOHI: K. (iiin-.x. to establish the ' Virginia Barrel 
Gibbs Scholarship Fund," in connection with the Museum of Comparative /oology, and it was 

Voted, that the gift be gratefully accepted upon the terms stated by the founder, and that the thanks 
of the President and Fellows be sent to Major (linns therefor. 

The President reported that JAMES ALBERT GARLAND, Esq., of New York, had given to the 
University, for the Mineral Cabinet, the famous Hamlin collection of tourmalines and associated 
minerals from Mt. Mica and other localities near Paris, Maine, a suite of large transparent gret n 
tourmalines from Brazil, and a suite of red tourmalines from the Ural Mountains, and it was 

Voted, that the thanks of the President and Fellows be sent to Mr. (ixiii . \M> for this rare and 
valuable collection of specimens of this remarkable mineral. 

The Deputy Treasurer reported that he had received through Mr. Loris I). P.IIAMU is the sum of 
$1000, to provide for the course on the Peculiarities of Massachusetts Law, in the Harvard La\i School 
for the year 1892-93, and the same was gratefully accepted. 

Voted, that the thanks of the President and Fellows be sent to GKOH<;K W. WALKS, Esq., for his 
annual gift of 8200 for the College Library. 

The Deputy Treasurer reported that he had received through Mr. (;MM.IMI: M. L\M. eleven gifts 
amounting to $490, to be used for illustrated lectures in the Latin and Greek departments, and it was 

Voted, that these gifts be gratefully accepted, and that the thanks of the President and Fellows be 
sent to each subscriber. 

Voted, that the thanks of the President and Fellows be sent to Mrs. HIIMM DUAI-IIK, of New York, 
for her additional gifts, amounting to 82500.03, received since July 1, 1892, towards the expenses at the- 
Observatory of Harvard University, on account of the Draper Memorial. 

The Deputy Treasurer reported that he had received from Mr. FUAMI- II. Pi \IIODV the Mini of 
$500, for printing in the Botanical department, and the same was gratefully accepted. 

The Deputy Treasurer reported that he had received the sum of $2000 to found the " .lulius Dexter 
Scholarship," and it was 

Voted, that this gift be gratefully accepted, and that the thanks of the Pre>i,|eiit and Fellows ' 
to the gi'er. 

A letter was read from the founder of the Julius Dexter Scholarship, consenting that the Fund be 
allowed to accumulate until its annual income shall amount to $150. 

The Deputy Treasurer reported the receipt from Professor WILLIAM G. FAULOW of his annual gift 
of $450 towards Dr. Si.\ M..I it's salary for lK!U-92, and the same was gratefully accepted. 

The Deputy Treasurer reported that he had received through ProlV-sor (J. L. ( HIC.I.AI.I-: the sum of 
$260 from Mr. \V u.i IK Hi SM.WI i i.. for printing and other expenses in the Botanical department, and 
the same was gratefully accepted. 

The Deputy Treasurer reported that he had received from the estate of Mr-. F.I I/MU in F- tin- 
additional sum of 810,374.25, for building and maintaining the William Hayes Fogg Art Mu-eimi of 
.rd Collee--. and the same was gratefully accepted. 

The Deputy Treasurer reported that lie had received through Professor FRANCIS G. PEABOIM the 
urn of $20 from Mr. HOWARD CUMMINOS, for the library of books on Social Questions, and the same 
wa gratefully accepted. 

The Deputy Treasurer reported that he had received from the Class of 1879 an additional gift of $40, 
to be used under the direction of Professor TADSSIO for the reading-room of the Political Kconomy 
department, and the same was gratefully accepted. 


The Deputy Treasurer reported that he had received from the Executors of the will of GEORGE 
DRAPER securities of the value of 47,495.95, and 962.55 in cash, as his unrestricted bequest of one- 
third of the residue of his estate, and the same was gratefully accepted. 

The petition of Miss EMILY LORING CLARK that she be allowed to take an advanced course in 
Assyrian, offered by Professor Lyon in the Graduate School this year, was considered, and the Secretary 
was directed to say that such a request cannot now be granted by the University. 

The petition of Miss MART PHELPS TENNY that she be allowed to take a course in Semitic History 
with Professor LYON this year was considered, and the Secretary was directed to say that such a request 
cannot now be granted by the University. 

Voted, to appoint L. H. BAILEY Professor of Horticulture in Cornell University to revise "Gray's 
Field, Forest, and Garden Botany." 

The resignation of L. J. JOHNSON as Instructor in Engineering was received and accepted. 

The resignation of DANIEL W. SHEA as Assistant in Physics was received and accepted. 

Voted, to notify the Faculty of the Law School of the death on September 4, 1892 of Miss SARAH 
WHEELER BEMIS, which sets free the Bemis Fund, and to request their advice as to the use to be made 
of this Fund. 

Voted, to grant the temporary use of Holden Chapel to the Young Men's Christian Association of 
Harvard University, and the Harvard Religious Union, provided that such use shall not interfere with 
the use of the Chapel for exercises in elocution. 

Voted, that the Librarian be invited to deliver an address on the twenty-first of October upon a topic 
appropriate to the anniversary of the landing of Columbus. 

Voted, that the vote of January 25, 1892, by which REGINALD HEBER FITZ, M.D., was declared 
elected Professor of the Theory and Practice of Medicine, be amended so that his title shall be Hersey 
Professor of the Theory and Practice of Physic. 

Voted, to re-appoint ALBERT BUSHNELL HART, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of History for five years, 
from September 1, 1892. 

The President nominated the following persons to be members of Administrative Boards for 1892-93, 
and it was voted to appoint them : 

For Harvard College: Professors BRIGGS (Dean). NORTON. C. J. WHITE, BARTLETT, DAVIS, 

For the Lawrence Scientific School: Professors SHALER (Dean), BCRR, H. B. HILL, E. H. HALL; 
Assistant Professors vox JAGEMANN. HAXUS, WOLFF. 

For the Graduate School: Professors J. M. PEIRCE (Dean), GREEXOUGH, TOY, GOODALE, JACKSON, 
MARK, B. 0. PEIRCE, ASHLEY; Assistant Professors SHELDON, CHANNING. 

Voted, to appoint as Preacher to the University for 1892-93, Rev. WASHIXGTOX GLADDEN. 

Voted, to appoint JAMES BYRNE, LL.B., Lecturer on the New York Code for 1892-93. 

Voted, to appoint the following Instructors for 1892-93: FRANCIS KIXGSLEY BALL, A.M., in 

Voted, to appoint for 1892-93, WILLIAM PARKER COOKE, D.M.D., Instructor in Crown and Bridge 
work; BEXJAMIX HOWARD CODMAX, D.M.D., Instructor in Operative Dentistry; JOSEPH TOTTEX 
PAUL, D.M.D., Demonstrator of Operative Dentistry. 

Voted, to re-appoint the following Clinical Lecturers in Operative Dentistry for 1892-93 : DWIGHT 

Voted, to appoint HEXRY ELIASOX SEATOX Assistant Curator of the Herbarium for 1892-93. 

Voted, to re-appoint the following Assistants for 1892-93: HARWOOD HUXTINGTON, A.B., in 
Chemistry; EDWARD HALE, D.B., in Homiletics ; FRAXK JOHN VIETS DAKIN, in Fine Arts. 

Voted, to appoint the following Assistants for 1892-93: FRANCIS GORDON CAFFEY, A.M., in 
Forensics; HUTCHINGS HAPGOOD, A.B., in Forensics; SIDNEY CALVERT, B.A.S., in Chemistry; 
AUGUSTUS SMITH KNIGHT, M.D., in Clinical Medicine. 

MEETING OF OCTOBER 10, 1892. A letter was received from a Committee of the Class of 1874, 
offering to the College a class window for Memorial Hall designed by their classmate, EDWARD E. 
SIMMOXS, and made by the Tiffany Glass and Decorating Company; and it was Voted, that the window 
be accepted, and that the thanks of the President and Fellows be sent to the Committee therefor. 

Voted, that the additional gift of 200 from EDWARD RUSSELL, Esq., be gratefully accepted, and 
that it be credited to the Edward Russell Scholarship Fund. 


Voted, that "The Soldier's Field" be placed in charge of the Committee on the Regulation of 
Atlik-tic Sporta. 

Voted, to proceed to the election of a Professor of the History of Philosophy, whereupon ballots 
being given iii it appeared that .I<i\n I;<>Y< i:, Ph.D., was elected. 

to communicate this election to the Board of Overseers, that they may consent thereto if they 
see tit. 

Voted, to re-appoint EDWARD CIIAXXIX<;, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of History for five years, from 
Septemher 1, 1892. 

Voted, to appoint PERRY DAVIS TRAFFORD, A.B., a graduate member of the Committee on the 
Regulation of Athletic Sports for 1892-93. 

to appoint HI:M:V FI-KE LEONARD, M.I).. M.D.V., Instructor in Anatomy and Clinical 
Lecturer from Septemher 1, IM'.IL'. 

Voted, to appoint WESLEY LI.VI LA HAM, D.V.S., Demonstrator in Anatomy and Assistant Surgeon 
for 1892-93. 

Voted, to re-appoint WILLIAM ORISON UNDERWOOD, A.H., Lecturer on Warranty and Evidence (at 
the School of Veterinary Medicine) for the year 1892-93. 

Voted, to re-appoint LESTER HEARD HOWARD, D.V.S., Clinical Lecturer for 1892-93. 

Voted, to re-appoint the following Instructors for 1892-93: FREDERICK EDWARD CHKXKY, M.D., in 
Ophthalmology ; JAMES GRAY LATHROP, in Athletics. 

Voted, to appoint CHARLES TOWXSEND COPELAXD, A.B., Instructor in English for 1892-93. 

Voted, to appoint as Proctors for 1892-93 GEORGE W.\*IIIN<.TON CRAM, A. B., ALFRED CLA<.IIOK\ 

Voted, to re-appoint the following Assistants for 1892-93 : HERBERT MATLE RICHARDS, S.B., in Botany ; 

Voted, to appoint the following Assistants for 1892-93 : GEORGE WARREX TOWXE, A.H.. in Physics; 
II M:I:Y S\XDS (JuixDi EY, S.B., in Chemistry; HUBERT GROVER SHAW, in Chemistry; EVARTS BOUTEI.L 
GREENE, A.M., in History: KMKI.KSOX EDWARD PROI-EI:. A. 15. .in History; EDWARD FI:LTOX, A.H.. 
in English. 

MEI.TIN.; OK O.-TOHEI: :;], 1892. Voted, that the thanks of the President and Fellows he sent to 
Mrs. \\y.\\i\'ER, of New York, for her additional gift of ss;;:;.; 1 ,:: received October L'0, Isii-J, 
towards the expen-es at the Observatory of Harvard 1'iiiversity on account of the Draper Memorial. 

Voted, that the thanks of the President and Fellows be sent to Mrs. ANNE M. SWEETSER for her 
generous gift of $5000 to found a Scholarship for needy and meritorious students at the Medical 
School, the income to be assigned at the discretion of the Medical Faculty of the University. 

Voted, to establish the Isaac Swei-t-cr Scholarship with an income at present of $200 a year. 

The Treasurer reported that he had received through Mr. GAUDIXER M. LAM, additional gifts 
amounting to $825, to be used for illustrated .lectures in the Latin and Greek departments, and that 
other gifts for the same purpose would probably be made. It a< thereupon 

Vntfd. that the-.- gii'i- I*.- gratefully accepted, that the thank.- of the President and Fellows he sent to 
each subscriber, and that tin- name of each subscriber he entered upon the Donation Book of tin- 

The Trca-urcr read a letter from Dr. .IVMES J. PUTXAM stating that the sum of 81LT>0 a > ear 
towards the salary of Professor H<i\\ i.u.. Aoeiate Professor of Physiology at the Medical School, 
would he paid to the President and Fellows from the income of a trust fund held by Mr. Mo.,i:riin 
STOKI.Y and him-clf. and this offer wa- gratefullv accepted. 

that the thanks of the President and Fellows he sent to Hon. GEORGE W. HAMMOND for his 
gencrou- gift of s.".0<i, for pre-ent ii-c by the Botanic Garden. 

The Trea-im-r reported that Mr. Hi. MM C. WVKKI.N proposed to give to the College about 11.<xx) 

>f land on <^uincy Street. Cambridge, with the dwelling house thereon, adjoining the property of 

the Colonial Club, subject to certain temporary restrictions as to the use of -aid estate. It WM 


\''tft1, that Mr. Warren'- geiierou- offer be gratefully accepted, and that the Treasurer be authoriMf 
on behalf of the Corporation to make an agreement with him a- to the restrictions, either in the form 
now re,,, I to ti.< Hoard, or in -udi other form a> the Treasurer shall think fit. 

A letters a- read from Dr. Fi: \SKIIN H. Mnoi-ii: re-inning hi- otJice a- In-tructnr in Laryngology 
on account of illness. The Secretary of the Board was re.jiie-tcd to say to Dr. HOOI-I u that the 


President and Fellows are very sorry to hear of his illness, and to know that the University can no 
longer ask from him the valuable service which he has heretofore given to it. 

Voted, to amend the vote passed by this Board on December 13, 1880, in relation to the Library, by 
inserting in both paragraphs thereof after the word "books" the words "manuscripts, maps, or other 
objects naturally included in a library." 

Voted, to re-appoint KUNO FRANCKE, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of German Literature for five 
years, from September 1, 1892. 

Voted, to appoint for 1892-93, HENRY LIVINGSTON COAR, Instructor in German; GEORGE STAPLES 
RICE, S.B., instructor in Sanitary Engineering. 

Voted, to re-appoint as Proctors for 1892-93, HORACE ANDREW DAVIS, A.B. : BENJAMIN EDWARD 
CARTER, Jr.. A.B. 

Voted, to re-appoint as Assistants for 1892-93, HARRY FLETCHER BROWN, A.B., in Chemistry B ; 
GEORGE ANDREW REISNER, A.M.. in Semitic Languages. 

Voted, to appoint as Assistants for 1892-93, WILI.ARD PEABODY GERRISH, in the Observatory ; JOHN 
LINCOLN AMES. M.D., in Histology; MANAKSHAH COWASJI BAM.JI, in Chemistry. 

MEETING OF NOVEMBER 14, 1892. The Treasurer reported that he had received through Professor 
SHALER the sum of 85000 as a gift from GEORGE A. GARDNER. Esq., said sum, with the sum of 8500 
received from Mr. GARDNER in May last, to form a permanent fund, the income of wliich shall be used 
to provide photographs and photographic slides for the department of Geology. It was thereupon 

Voted, that the thanks of the President and Fellows be sent to Mr. GARDNER for his generous gift. 

Voted, to rescind the vote passed January 11, 1892, granting Professor JOHN WILLIAMS WHITE leave 
of absence to go to Athens in 1892-93. 

Voted, to grant the request of Professor JOHN WILLIAMS WHITE for leave of absence for the 
academic year 1892-93, in accordance with the rules established by this Board May 31, 1880. 

Voted, to appoint ALEXANDER BURR. M.D.V., Instructor in Meat Inspection for 1892-93. 

Voted, to appoint EDGAR PIERCE, A.B., Assistant in Psychology for 1892-93. 

MEETING OF NOVEMBER 28, 1892. The Treasurer reported that he had received from Mr. 
NATHANIEL C. NASH the sum of 8250 for 1892-93, to be spent by Professor JOHN WILLIAMS WHITE in 
such manner as he shall think will best advance the interests of the Greek Department, and this gift 
was gratefully accepted. 

The Treasurer reported that he had received from Mr. JOHN L. GARDNER, 2d, the sum of 8100, to 
be used in developing and finishing photographic plates brought by Professor GOODALE from Australasia, 
and this gift was gratefully accepted. 

The Treasurer reported that he had received from Mr. STEPHEN SALISBURY, through Professor 
LY>N. the sum of 8100, towards the cost of additional exhibition cases for the Semitic Museum, and this 
gift was gratefully accepted. 

Voted, that the thanks of the President and Fellows be sent to Dr. E. LEWIS STCRTEVAXT for his 
gift to the Botanical Museum of a valuable collection of manuscript notes on edible plants." 

The Treasurer reported that he had received from Mr. HENRY G. DENNY, administrator, the sum of 
$9833.34. as the residue of the estate of FRANCIS SALES, bequeathed to Harvard College on the trusts 
named in the will. It was thereupon 

Voted, that the bequest of FRAXCIS SALES. Instructor in Spanish and French in Harvard College 
from 18 16 until 1854, be gratefully accepted on the terms named in his will. 

Voted, to establish the Sales Scholarships Fund, with a principal of 84916.67, from the income of 
which two scholarships of 8100 each shall be provided, until by accumulation the fund shall be sufficient 
to maintain three scholarships of 8100 each. 

Voted, to establish the Sales Prize Fund, with a principal of 81000. 

Voted, to establish the Sales Book Fund, with a principal of 83916.67. 

The President read a letter from Mr. JOHN BARTLETT. offering to give to the College his collection 
of '-books on the Art of Angling and Angling literature," to be kept intact in the College Library, 
and it was thereupon 

Voted, that this gift be gratefully accepted, and that the thanks of the President and Fellows be sent 
to Mr. BARTLETT for his kindness in choosing the College Library as the final resting place for the very 
remarkable collection of books on Angling made by him during the past quarter of a century. 

Voted, that the thanks of the President and Fellows be sent to Mr. Lucius L. HUBBARD, for a 
collection of minerals, consisting chiefly of " Bombs," from Laacher See, Germany, which he has given 



to the University Museum for the Geological Department, by a deed of gift dated October 26, 1892, 
which is entered on the Donation Book of the College. 

The Instructors of the Geological Department having voted that the collection of photographs 
belonging to the department should be called the Gardner Collection, it was 

Voted, that their action be approved by the Corporation. 

Mr. BRIMMER reported that the Committee appointed in relation to the Fogg Museum recommend as 
it* site that part of the College Yard lying north of Appleton Chapel. It was thereupon 

Voted, to assign that part of the College Yard as the site of the Museum, and to give the same 
committee full powers to employ such architect as they may think fit to make plans for the building. 

Voted, that after full consideration of the recommendation made by the University Council on 
May 18, 1892, the Corporation is unwilling now to make any change in the rules as to fees for instruction 
or examinations. 

Voted, to appoint WESLEY LEVI LxBxw, D.V.S., Curator of the Veterinary Museum. 

Voted, to re-appoint BENJAMIN RAND, Ph.D., Assistant in Philosophy for 1892-93. 

Voted, to appoint MARSHALL ALBERT BARBER, A.B., Assistant in Botany for 1892-93. 

M i KTING OF DECEMBER 12, 1892. Voted, that the thanks of the President and Fellows be sent to 
Mrs. HENRY DRAPER, of New York, for her additional gift of $833.33, received November 30, 1892, 
towards the expenses at the Observatory of Harvard University, on account of the Draper Memorial. 

The Treasurer reported that he had received, through Mr. JAMES S. RCSSELL, four subscriptions 
amounting to $275, "to be used in equipping a library for the use of the Historical department of 
Harvard College," and that other subscriptions would doubtless be received. This money is to be spent 
at the discretion of the Corporation. It was thereupon 

Voted, that the thanks of the President and Fellows be sent, through Mr. RUSSELL, to each subscriber 
for the purpose above named, and that all the gifts be entered upon the Donation Book of the College. 

A portrait of Professor LANGDELL, painted by FREDERICK P. VINTON, having been offered to the 
Law School by the Harvard Law School Association, it was 

Voted, that the same be gratefully accepted by the Corporation. 

Voted, that the thanks of the President and Fellows be sent to Mrs. WHITMAN for her gift in the 
name of her brother, CHARLES WYMAN, of a beautiful silver pitcher and goblet, designed by herself, to 
be used by the University on public occasions in Sanders Theatre. 

Voted, that the thanks of the President and Fellows be sent to Mrs. EDWARD BURNETT, for the gift 
of a marble bust of her father, the late JAMES RUSSELL LOWELL. 

Mr. BRIMMER reported that the Committee on the Fogg Art Museum had engaged Mr. RICHARD 
MOKRIS HUNT as the architect to make plans for, and to build, the Museum. 

Voted, to re-appoint ARTHUR BLISS SEYMOUR, S.M., Assistant in the Cryptogamic Herbarium for 

Voted, to appoint CHARLES Livr WHITTLE Assistant in Petrography for 1892-93. 

MEETING OF DECEMBER 27, 1892. The Treasurer reported that he had received $1000, in payim-nt 
of Mr. HENRY LEE'S subscription for the Dental School building, and the same was gratefully accepted. 

Tin- Treasurer reported that he had received from the Executor of EDWIN CONANT the additional 
sum of $320. 

The Treasurer reported that he had received from Miss GEORGIANA W. SARGENT the sum of $2000, 
for the permanent endowment of the prize established by her father, JOHN OSBORNE SARGENT, of the 
Class of 1830, and said gift was gratefully accepted. 

The Treasurer reported that he had received the sum of $30,000, with interest thereon amounting to 
$1325, in full payment of the bequest from FREDERICK I K<M HIN<;HA.M, and it was thereupon 

Voted, to establish the P'rothinuliam Professorship Fund for the Divinity School. 

Voted, to appoint WILLIAM HERBERT PHKSCOTT, M.D., Assistant in Pathological Histology for 



MEETING OF MAY 4. 1892. Concurred in the votes of the President and Fellows. 

MEETING OF MAY 11, 1892. Concurred in the votes of the President and Fellows. 

Reports were received from the Committees on the Divinity School, English Literature and 

Voted, to amend section 32 of the Rules and By-laws by inserting after the word "two" the words 
' or more." 

Inspectors of Polls were appointed as follows : WILLIAM R. TRASK, Principal : STILES G. WELLS, 

Voted, that the Secretary be instructed to call the attention of the President and Fellows to the rule 
upon the qualifications of candidates for the degree of A.M., and to the fact that the said rule has been 
in some cases disregarded. 

MEETING OF JUNE 8, 1892. Concurred in the votes of the President and Fellows. 

A communication was received from the President and Fellows, accompanied by a letter from HENRY 
SALTONSTALL. regarding the Saltonstall Scholarship. It was referred to a Committee. 

Reports were presented from the following Committees : on the Botanic Garden ; on the University 
Chapel ; on the Fine Arts ; on English Composition ; on German. 

The Committee on Reports and Resolutions returned the report on the Semitic and Indo-Iranian 
languages, recommending that it be printed. 

The report of the Committee of the Alumni on counting the nominations for Overseers was referred 
to the Committee on voting for Overseers. 

MEETING OF JUNE 15, 1892. Concurred in the votes and appointments of the President and 
Fellows : in amending the rules and orders relating to Athletic Sports ; and in regard to conferring the 
degree of A.B. and A.M. simultaneously. 

The report from the Committee on Ancient and Mediaeval History was received. 

The Committee on Reports and Resolutions returned reports committed to them. 

The report of the Committee on the Saltonstall Scholarship was laid on the table. 

The recommendations of the Committe on Physical Training were adopted, and transmitted to the 
President and Fellows ; and it was 

Voted, that in the opinion of the Board it is desirable that the President and Fellows should provide 
for the appointment of an officer of health on the general scheme recommended at the close of the 

MEETING ox COMMENCEMENT DAT. JUNE 29, 1892. Concurred in the appointments of the President 
and Fellows, and in their votes conferring degrees. 

The Committee on Reports and Resolutions returned the report on German, recommending that it be 
printed and be sent to the Faculty. 

The reports on the Botanic Garden, Herbarium, Fine Arts, and the University Chapel were received 
with a recommendation that they be printed. 

Voted, to request the Librarian of the University to take charge of the Archives of the Overseers, and 
to sort, select, aud arrange them. 

MEETING OF SEPTEMBER 28, 1892. Concurred in the appointments made by the President and 

The Committee on Elections made their report. 

SOLOMON LINCOLN was chosen President, and ALEXANDER MCKENZIE was chosen Secretary, of the 
Board, for one year and three years respectively. 

The Committee on Reports and Resolutions returned the reports of the Committees on Composition 
and Rhetoric and on Ancient History, recommending that they be printed. 

Voted, on the petition of EMILY LORING CLARK, that the petitioner have leave to withdraw. 

MEETING OF OCTOBER 12, 1892. Concurred in the appointments made by the President and 

The remonstrance of FRANCIS E. ABBOT was referred to a Committee. 


MEETING OF NOVEMBER 16, 1892. Concurred in the appointments made by the President and 

A petition from the Law School Association, regarding the right to vote for Overseers, was referred 

Some proposed amendments to the Statutes were presented and referred to a Committee. 

The Standing Committees of the Board were appointed. 

The report of the Committee on the remonstrance of FRANCIS E. ABBOT was adopted. 

The report of the Committee on Free Scholarships was presented, and it was ordered that it be 

Reports on the Medical and Dental Schools were presented. 

The question of the right to vote for Overseers by Masters of Arts who have received the degrrc of 
A.B. from the College within five years of their graduation, and of officers of instruction whose terms 
of office expire with the current academic year, was referred to the Committee on Elections. 

Consideration of the petition of the editors of the Harvard Graduates Magazine was referred to the 
next meeting. 

MEETING OF NOVEMBER 23, 1892. Voted, that the editors of the Harvard Graduates Magazine be 
informed that they can obtain the reports of the Board from the Publication Agent. 

The report of the Committee on Amendments to the Statutes was presented and considered. 

The Committee on the Bussey Institution presented their report. 

The petition of the Alumni of the Divinity School that women be admitted to the lectures, 
recitations, and Library of the School was referred to Messrs. LYMAN, SPRAGUE, and RAWLE. 



%* This list of accessions includes (1) nearly all the recently published books and pamphlets that 
are received (except annual reports, periodical publications, continued works, etc. received regularly 
from time to time), and (2) the more extensive and important works of earlier date. 

Anonymous works relating to a person are entered under the name of the person indented. 

Accessions to the several department libraries are indicated by heavy-faced letters after the titles 
as follows : 

AH . American History Class Room. 

AO. Astronomical Observatory. 

BG. Botanic Gard. (Herbarium Lib.) 

BI. Bussey Institution. 

Bot. Lab. Botanical Laboratory. 

Class. Classical Department. 

DS. Divinity School. 

FA. Fine Arts Department. 

Geol.Lab. Geological Laboratory. 

Germ. German Class Room. 

Hist. Historical Department. 

JPL. Jefferson Physical Laboratory. 

LS. Law School. 

Math. Mathematical Class Room. 

Min.Lab. Mineralogical Laboratory. 

MS. Medical School. 

Mus.Dep't. Department of Music. 

MZ. Museum of Comparative Zoology. 

PE. Political Economy Class Room. 

Ph. G. Lab. Physical Geography Laboratory. 

Philos. Philosophical Class Room. 

PM. Peabody Museum of Archaeology. 

Sanskr. Department of Sanskrit. 

SL. Library of Semitic Department. 

SQ. Social Questions Class Room. 

SS. Lawrence Scientific School. 

ZL. Zoological Laboratory. 

I. General. 

(Including Bibliography.) 

Alexandre, Roger. Le musee de la conversa- 
tion ; repertoire de citations francaises, dictons 
modernes, curiosites litteraires, historiques et an- 
ecdotiques. avec une indication precise des sources. 
Paris. 1892. 8. DR. 3.178.2 

Antiqnarisk tidskrift for Sverige ; utgifven af 
kongl. vitterhets historic och antiquitets akademien 
genom B. E. Hildebrand. Del. ii.-xii. Stockholm. 
1869-91. 8. Wdcts. and plates. PM. 

Aufrecht, (Simon) Theodor. Florentine San- 
skrit manuscripts. Leipzig. 1892. 8. IV. 3848 

Blasius, Wilhelm. Die faunistische litteratur 
Braunschweigs und der nachbargebiete mit ein- 
schluss des ganzen Harzes. Braunschweig. 1891. 
8. MZ. 

" Sonder-abdmck aus dem 6. Jahresbericht des ctreins/iir 
natunnstenschaft zu Brauntchtceig, 1891." 

Bradford, Thomas Lindsley, compiler. Ho- 
moeopathic bibliography of the United States, from 
1825 to 1891, inclusive. Philadelphia. 1892. 8. 
Front. IV. 3861 

B pin ton, Daniel Garrison. Analytical cata- 
logue of works and scientific articles by D. G. 
Brinton. >-. p. [1892.] 8. pp. 16. 

IV. 3895, also PM. 

Danmarks adels aarbog. [By H. R. Hiort- 
Lorenzenand A. Thiset.] 1884-1892. Aarg. i.-ix. 
Kjebenhavn. [1883-91.] 24. Portrs^ and coats- 
of-arms. A 76.1 5 VH. 24O2 

Dobell, Bertram. Catalogue of a collection of 
privately printed books. Pt. i., ii. London. 
1891-92. 8. A 74.3 

Freiherrlich Karl von Rothschild'sche 
bffentliche bibliothek, Frankfort, Germany. 
Die einrichtung und verwaltung der bibliothek 
wahrend der jahre 1887 bis 1890; von C. W. 
Berghoeffer. Frankfurt a. M. [1890.] 1. 8. 
pp.38. Front., plates, and plans. IV. 3891 

Freiherrlich Karl von Rothschild'sche 
offentliche bibliothek, Frankfort, Germany. 
Verzeichnis der laufenden periodischen schriften. 
Frankfurt a. M. [1891.] 8. pp. 21. IV. 3891 

Freiherrlich Karl von Rothschild'sche 
offentliche bibliothek, Frankfort, Germany. 
Zusangsverzeichnis fiir das jahr 1891. Frankfurt 
a. M. 1892. 8. IV. 3891 

Geneva, Switzerland Societe d'histoire et 
d'archeologie. Bulletin de la societe. Tom. i. 
livr. 1. Geneve, etc. 1892. 8. Wdcts. &nd plates. 


Goode, George Brown. The published writings 
of Charles Girard. Washington. 1891. 8. Port, 
Bulletin, 41.) Vm. 39(41) 

"Bibliographies of American naturalists, v." 


Graf, Hans. Der " Sprachverderber " rom 
jahro lt!43 und die aus ihm hervorgegangrnen 
>chrif.ten. Inaugural-dissertation, Jena. Dresden. 
1892. 8. pp. 62. 8265.37 

" Y. T/rirliiii i tier hciiut/.tcn drucke," pp. 7-8. 

Griswold, William McCrillis. A descriptive 
list of novels and tales dealing with life in France. 
Cambridge, Mass. 1892. 8. DR. 3.528 

Part vi. of his series of " Descriptive lists." 

Griswold, William McCrillis. A descriptive 
list of novels and tales dealing with life in Ger- 
many. Cambridge, Mass. 1892. 8. pp. (64), 
3-11. DR. 3.528.2 

Pt. vii. of his series of " Descriptive lists." 

Griswold, William McCrillis. A descriptive 
li>t of novels and tales dealing with life in Italy. 
Cambridge, Mass. 1892. 8. pp. (38), 3-11. 

1't. viii. of his series of "Descriptive lists." DR. 3.529 

; Horrisse, Henry.] Qui a imprime la premiere 
lettre de Christophe Colomb? [Signed B. A. V.] 
Leipzig. 1892. 8. pp. 20. 1373.57 

" Extrait du Centralblatt fur bibliotheknreaen, 1892, iii." 

Harting, James Edmund. Bibliotheca accipi- 
traria. A catalogue of books ancient and modern 
relating to falconry ; with notes, glossary, and 
vocabulary. London. 1891. 8. Portrs., plates, 
and rigns. IV. 3882 

Hiersemann, Karl W. Architecture, orna- 
ment, decoration, furniture, etc. including the ex- 
tensive library left by the architect Heinrich 
Miiller of Bremen. Leipzig. 1893 [1892]. 8. 
Port, of Miiller. (Catalogue no. 108.) 11.3197 

Biographical sketch of Miiller, before p. 1. 

Italy Ministero del tesoro. Elenco cronolo- 
gico delle opere di computisteria e ragioneria 
venute alia luce in Italia dal 1202 sino al 1888. 
4 ed. Roma. 1889. f. IV. 3859 

Klein mine, Gustaf Edvard. Sveriges bibli- 
ografi, 1481-1600. Haft, i.-iii. Upsala. 1889- 
92. 1. 8. Fac-sims. and wdcts. (SVENSKA LITE- 
RATUR8ALL8KAPET. Skrifter.) IV. 3894 

Contents: L-iii. 1481-1527. 

Lang, Andrew. The library; with a chapter on 
modern English illustrated books, by Austin Dob- 
son. 2d ed., [enlarged]. London, etc. 1892. 
sm. 8. Front., plates, and wdcts. IV. 3902 

La Plata, Arg. Rep. Museo. Anales del 
museo ; materiales para la historia f isica y moral 
del continente sud-americano. Seccion de arque- 
ologia. i. La Plata, etc. 1890. f. Wdcts. MZ. 

tent* : i. Nolan arqucol<j(ricas aproiio.ito de uu objeto 
de art- iudigena, por B. A. Lafoiie Quevcuo. 1890. 

La Plata, Arg. Rep. Mu$eo. Anales del 
iim-i-M ; materiales para la historia fisica y moral 
del continente sud-americano. Seccion de historia 
amerieana. i., ii. (in 1 vol.). La Plata, etc. 
1890-91. f. Vign., icdcts., plate, etc. 3352.9 

OonttnU : \. Ulricli Kchmidel, primer hi-toriador del 
Bio de la 1'UU, Dotan bibliograflcaii y biografican. por Bar- 
tolome Mitre. 1890. it Kl rom-ni* de la revolucirin inde- 
pendencU de la America Kxpanola, por Andre's Lamas. 
I * ' i . 

La Plata, Arg. Rep. Museo. Re vista del 
muM-..: dirijida por F. I'. Moreno. Tom. i., ii. 
La Plata. 1890-91. 1.8. Wdeti. and plates. MZ. 

Maire, A ll/.-rt . Catalogue des theses de sciences* 
soutenues en France de 18104 1890 inclusivcm. m. 
Paris. 1892. 1. 8. (Bibliographic dea theses, 
2.) MZ. 

Newton, Mass. Free library. Catalogue of 
the library, 1892. Newton. 1892. 1. 8. pp. (8), 
' ' IV. 3842 

Paris, France Ribliotheque nationale. Cata- 
logue des documents geographiques exposes a la 
section des cartes et plans [a 1'occasion du 4* cen- 
tenaire de la decouverte de 1'Amerique]. Paris. 
1892. 8. pp. viii., 77. 1326.47 

Perez Pastor, Crist6bal. Bibliografiii madri- 
lefia, 6 Description de las obras impresas en Ma- 
drid, siglo xvi. ; obra premiada por la biblioteca 
nacional en el concurso piiblico de 1888. Madrid. 
1891. 1. 8. IV. 3834 

Review of reviews (The). American ed. Vol. 
iii. (nos. 13-18). Jan.-June, 1891. m. New York. 
1891. 4. Illustr. IX. 2O8 

To be continued. 

Nos. 13 and 14 arc identical with the English edition, with 
the exception of the imprint; a distinct American edition 
begins with no. 15, April, 1891. 

Russell, Adolf, publisher. Gesammt-verlags- 
katalog des deutschen buchhandels ; [including 
Austria and Switzerland]. Ein bild deutscher 
geistesarbeit und cultur ; vollstiindig bis ende 1880. 
14 vol. in 16. Minuter i W., etc. 1881-[91]. 
1. 8. A 92.44 

Schulz, Albert. Catalogue methodique des re- 
vues et journaux parus a Paris jusqu'a fin 1891. 
Paris. [1892.] 8. pp. (2), 83. D 25.4 

Slater, John Herbert. Book collecting; a 
guide for amateurs. London. 1892. sm. 8. 
Wdcts. A 57.35 

Soetbeer, (Georg) Adolf. Litteraturnachweis 
iiber geld- und miinzwesen, insbesondcre iibt-r den 
wiihrungsstreit, 1871-1891 ; mit geschichtlichen 
und statistischen erliiuterungen. Berlin. 1892. 
8. DR. 3.582 

Stockholm, Sweden Kongliga vitterheis h is- 
torie och anliquitets akademi. Manadsblad. Arg. 
14-19. 1885-90. Stockholm. 1886-92. 8. Illustr. 


Stockholm, Sweden Svenska statcns histo- 
riska museum. Teckningar ur museum ; utgifna 
af B. E. Hildebrand och Hans Hildebrand. Haft. 
1-3. Stockholm. 1873-83. 4. Plates and mlds. 


Studies and notes in philology and literature. 
Published under the direction of the modern lan- 
guage departments of Harvard univor.sitv. [Vol. i.l 
Boston. 1892. 8. Plate. Philol. 343 

To be continued. 

A No known us "Harvard studies and notes in philology 
and literature." 

Svensk tidskrift; utgifven af Frans von 
Sclu,],.. Arg. i. 1891. Upsala. [1892.] 1.8. 
To be continued. VIII. 3O3.2 

A continuation of Xy rrn*k ti<l*krift. 

Tompkins, Hamilton Hull. irk. Hurr hihliog- 
nijihv ; a li.-t of hooks relating to Aaron Burr. 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 1892. 8. pp. 89. 7382.5.2 

" 'J.'.O r.,|.ir |,rillt'-<l. No. 25." 

Printc.l on one MC|I oi' t In- leaf only. 

United States War department Library. 

Alphabetical li-t of addition* made to tin- lil>: 
from May. 1884 to June, 1891. Wa.shington. 
is IV. 615 

Weeks, Stephen Beauroganl. The presn of 
North Carolina in the eighteenth century. With 
hioL r ra]ihical sketches of printers, an account of 
the manufacture of paper, and a bibliography of 
the i-ues. Hruoklyn, N. V. 1MM. s '. |.p.'>n. 

" 350 copiet printed. No. 106." IV. 3868 



Weigel. Theodor Oswald, and Zestermann, 

(August Christian) Adolf. Die anfa'nge der 
druckerkunst in bild und schrift : an deren frii- 
hesten erzeugnissen in di-r Weigel'schen sammlung 
erlautort. 2 bde. Leipzig. 1866. f. Port, of 
Weigel, plates, fac-sims., and icdets. 

Only 3-2a copies printed. * 27 Case. 362 

Half-title : ' Collectio weigeliana." 

Wenzel, Bernhard. Cammerlander und Viel- 
feld ; ein beitrag zur litteraturgeschichte des sech- 
zehnten jahrhunderts. Inaugural-dissertation, Ros- 
tock. Berlin. 1891. 8. pp. 72. VII. 2801 

"Wright, Ret. John. Early Bibles of America. 
New York. 1892. sm. 8. Fac-sims. DS. 

II. Theology and Philosophy. 

Aberdeen, Scotland Church of St. Nicholas. \ 
Cartularium recognovit Jacobus Cooper. Tom. i. I 
Aberdoniae. 1888. 4. Front., fac-sim., and | 
plate. (NEW SPALDING CLUB. [Publ.J) 

" 525 copies printed. Xo. 218." III. 6974 

Achelis. Hans. Die altesten quellen des orien- ' 
talischen kirchenrechtes. Buch i. Leipzig. 1891. ; 
8. (TEXTE und untersuchungen zur geschichte 
der altchristlichen literatur. vi. 4.) III. 3487.6 

Content* : i. Die Cunones Hippolyti. 

Adams. Myron. Creation of the Bible. Bos- 
ton, etc. 1892. 8. III. 7012 

Aids to endeavor ; consisting of selections from j 
standard authors designed for the public and pri- ' 
vate use of the Y. P. S. C. E. Introduction by j 
F.E.Clark. Boston. [1890.] sq. 16. 

III. 6965 

Albertus Magnus, bp. of Ratisbon. Opus de I 
misterio misse. [Colophon : ] ... In opido im- ! 
periali | Vim per Johanne czeyner de Reutlingen | 
. . . impressum. Anno ... j ... dom" Mcccc. Ixxiii. \ 
[1473.] P. ff. (131). G.L. m. 6934 

Imperfect : the first four leaves containing the table of 
contf-nts are wanting. 

Anderson, Rer. Joseph, editor. The churches 
of Mattatuck : a record of a bi-centennial celebra- 
tion at Waterbury. Connecticut. Nov. 4th and 5th, I 
1891. New Haven. 1892. 12. IU. 6893 

Appel, Heinrich. Die lehre der scholastiker i 
von der synteresis. Gekronte preisschrift. Ros- 
tock. 1891. 8. pp. viii., 60. III. 6952 

" Litteratur," pp. v.-vii. 

Applegarth, Albert Clayton. Quakers in 
Pennsylvania. Baltimore. 1892. 8. pp. 84. 
(JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY. Studies in histor- 
ical and political science, x. 8, 9.) 

15395. 3O(x), also SQ. 

Archbold, William Arthur Jobson. The Som- 
erset religions houses. Prince Consort disserta- 
tion, 1890. Cambridge [Eng.]. 1892. sm. 8. 
Map. (CAMBRIDGE historical essays, 6.) 

"250 copies printed." III. 6907 

Azarias, Brother, originally Patrick Francis 
MILLANY. Phases of thought and criticism. Bos- 
ton, etc. 1892. 8. III. 70O4 

Content* : Fourfold activity of the soul. On thinking. 
Emerson and Xewnian as types. The principle of 
thought. Literary ami scientific habits of thought. The 
ideal in thouslit. Culture of the spiritual sense. Spiritual 
sense of the Imitation. Spiritual sense of the Diviua corn- 
media. Spiritual sense of In memoriam. Conclusion. 

Baldensperger, Wilhelm. Das selbstbewusst- 
sein Jesu im lichte der nu-ssianischen hoffnungen 
seiner zeit. 2 e . vielfach vermehrte aufl. Strass- 
burg. 1892. 8. DS. 

Bartlett, Edward Totterson, and Peters, John 
Punnell. Scriptures Hebrew ami Christian, ar- 
ranged and edited as an introduction to the study 
of the Bible. 3 vol. New York, etc. [1886]-93. 
12 and 8. DS. 

Content*: L Hebrew story from creation to the exile. 
[1886.] ii. Hebrew literature. 1889. iii. Christian Scrip- 
tures. 1893. 

Bax, Ernest Belfort. The problem of reality ; 
being outline suggestions for a philosophical recon- 
struction. London, etc. 1892. sm. 8. HI. 7003 

Benrlier, E.. I' able. Le culte imperial, son 
histoire et son organisation, depuis Auguste jusqu'a 
Justinien. Paris. 1891. 8. DS. 

Bible. Ecclesiastes. Fr. (1890.) L'eccleri- 
aste; traduit de 1'hebreu, avec une etude sur 1'age 
et le caractere du livre, par Ernest Renan. 3 e ed. 
Paris. 1890. 8. DS. 

Bible. Psevdep. Abraham, Testament of. 
The Testament of Abraham. The Greek text now 
first edited, \vith an introduction and notes by M. 
R. James : with an appendix containing extracts 
from the Arabic version of the Testaments of 
Abraham. Isaac, and Jacob, by W. E. Barnes. 
Cambridge [Eng.]. 1892. 8. (ROBINSON, J. A., 
editor. Texts and studies, ii. 2.) DS. 

Bible. Epistles of Paul. Eng. (1892.) The 
gospel of Paul the Apostle. An attempt to render 
in modern English the principal writings of St. Paul, 
and the contemporaneous narrative of his compan- 
ion. Luke. By the author of Vox clamantis [Ralph 
Sadler]. London. 1892. 8. Plates. III. 6896 

Content* : Two epistles to inhabitants of Thessalonica. 
E p i stle to the Ephesians. 1891. Romans. Corinthians. 
Galatians. Philippians. Colossiaiis. Apostolic doings; 
the book commonly called the Acts of the apostles. 

Biblia, devoted to biblical archaeology. Vol. 5-12; iv. Aug. 1890 Mar. 1892. m. New- 
York, etc. 1890-92. 1. 8 and 8. Portrs., plate, 
and icdets. IX. 101 

To be continued. 
E.lited by C. H. S. Davis. 

Bickell, Gustav. The Lord's Supper and the 
Passover ritual ; being a translation of the sub- 
stance of [his] work termed " Messe und pascha." 
by W. F. Skene. With an introduction by the 
translator on the connection of the early Christian 
church with the Jewish church. Edinburgh. 1891. 
sm. 8. DS. 

Blaikie, William Garden. The Psalms com- 
pared with the hymns of different religions an evi- 
dence of inspiration. [London. 1892.] sm. 8. 
day tracts, xi. (54.) III. 1932(xi) 

Bosanqnet. Bernard. A history of aesthi-tic. 

London, etc. 1892. 8. (LIBRABT of philosophy.) 

" Bibliography," pp. 495-498. HI- 6906 

Bowne. Borden Parker. The principles of 
ethics. New York. 1892. 8. III. 6921 

Brackett, Anna Callender. The technique of 
rest [for busv women]. New York. l^i2. 16. 

III. 6932 

Browne, Sir Thomas (1605-1682). Religio 
medici and other essays. Edited, with an intro- 
duction, by 1). L. Roberts. London, lf-92. o2 . 
Port. (The Stott library.) HI. 6897 

"Biographical introduction," pp. Lx.-xliii. 
Other t**iiy* : Christian morals. A letter to a friend, 
upon occasion of the death of his intimate friend. llvdrio- 
taphia, Urn burial; or A discourse on the sepulchral urns 
lately found in Xorlolk. 

Bruce, Alexander Balmain. Apologetics: or, 
Christianity defensively stated. New York. 1692. 
8. (INTERNATIONAL theological library, 3.) DS. 



Bnoer, or BTTZKR, Martin. An ein christlich 
rath und gemeyn dor >tat Weissenburg summary 
seiner prediu' daselhst gethon. (Neudruck.) 
Bildioirraphische nuamroenstcllong dor gedruck- 
tcii sciirifteii But/er's. von F. Mentz. Ueber den 
handschriftlichen naehlass und die gedruckten 
bricfe Hut/cr'. Ver/eichnis der litteratur iiber 
Butzer. Von A. Erichson. Strassburg. 1891. 8. 
. of Bucer. (Zur 400 jiilirigen geburtsfcier 
Martin 'Butzer's.) III. 6903 

Buchwald, Rudolf. De liturgia gallicana dis- 
sertatio. Vratislaviae. 1890. 8. pp. 42 + . 

" Vita," aftor p. 42. III. 6949 

Cairns, John. Argument for Christianity from 
the r\i>i'rience of Christians. [London. 1892.] 
sin. 8. pp. 40. (RELIGIOUS TRACT SOCIETY. Pres- 
ent day tracts, xi. 61.) III. 1932(xi) 

Catholic church, England. Missale ad usum 
eeclesie we-tmonastericnsis, nunc primum typis 
mandatum curante J. W. Legg. Fasc. i. Lon- 
dini. 1S91. 8. Fac-sims. and u-dct. (HEXUY 
BRADSHAW SOCIETY. [Pwbl.] 1.) III. 6883 

Chapman, ( 'harles. The origin of life and con- 
sciousness. [London. 1892.] sm. 8. pp. 62. 
(REi.ifiiocs TRACT SOCIETY. Present dav tract- . 
.xi. i>r>.) III. 1932(xi) 

Cheyne, Thomas Kelly. Aids to the devout 

study of criticism. London. IS 9 12. 8. DS. 

'r-ntx : The David-narratives. The book of Psalms. 

Christinnecke. Johannes. Caus;;lit;it und ent- 
wicklung in der mctaphy-ik Augustins. Teil i. 
Inaugural-dissertation. Jena. 1891. 8. pp. 60. 

in. 6947 

Cook, Albert Stanburrough, editor. The I'.ible 
and English prose style; selections and comments, 
with an introduction. Boston. 1892. sm. 8. 

III. 6942 

Deunsen. Paul. Der kategorische imperativ: 
rede /ur fcier des geburtstages Wilhelm II. in - 
baton am 17. Jan. 1891. Kiel. 1891. 8. pp. :.n. 

III. 6948 

Draseke, Johannes. Apollinarios von Laodi- 
cea; scin lehen und .-eine .-chriftcn, nehst einem 
anhang: Apollinarii Laodiceni quae supersunt 
dogmatica. Leipzig. 1S!)12. 8". (TEXTK und 
untcrsuchungen zur geschichte der altchristlichen 
literatur, vii! :>,. 4.) VII. 3487.7 

Drane, .Tugusta Theodosia. The history of St. 
Dominic, founder of the friars preachers. Lon- 
don, etc. 1891. 8. Portrt., plates, and vtlcls. 

Ami, III. 7OO9 

Ellin, J -li n. .V.It. The e-- . -ntial points of the 
wine ()iU'.sti'in ear.-fu!ly examined; with an adden- 
dum. l.y \V. J. I'arsons. l'hilad<dphia. [1!)1?] 

16. pji. III. 6919, nl.*n DS. 

On tin (|in-linn wliHhrr fi-rinr-titcil ur iinl'criin utcil wim- 
luill In- ui-i| liv tlii- Ni-w Cliiiri'li at it coiiiiiiiinioii. 

Exeter ' Unij. ), Dinette f. The registers of 
\Valtt-r l',ron.--r.,inln- ' v.n. 1'_':.7 ll'^n . and I'.-ter 
Quivil ( \.\,. !-.'-n H".i| . l,i~! ter. with 

onie r> i ords of the .-i.i-.-opa 1 .p Thomas 

.! I' CA.I>. r_'!r_'-]:;n7 : a!-., tli.' taxation of 

I'll! I V.. \.i>. |L".i] i 

! liir_'... ton-Randolph. Lotulon. fir. 
:iu<\ftic-timi. III. 6915 

'Ir : "Tli- rc^Uter* of the iliocene of 


Fabri m F\i \aUy S. nvm. l-'elix. 

[The hook nf t ,,f hrother Kilix 

.it.-d l.y Aubrey 

Vol. i. I.ond- . |'\i i -us'i 

rir..i:iM-.' i! \i -'.. u ir. j I'ubl. L'O.Jj 1.1622.5 

[Fairchild, James Harris.] Manuscript of Sol- 
omon Spuulding and the Book of Mormon; a 
paper read March L'ii. issc. [ ( 'levelan.l. 
<s " I'P- (!'') (WESTERN RESERVE AM> N<H-III- 


Farrar, Frederic William. Ephphatha ; or, 
The amelioration of the world; sermons preached 
at Westminster abbey, with two sermons preached 
in St. Margaret's church at the opening of parlia- 
ment. London, etc. 1892. sm. 8. DS. 

Farrar, Frederic William. The voice from 
Sinai ; the eternal bases of the moral law. [Ser- 
mons on the ten commandments, for the mo.t part 
delivered in Westminster abbey.] New York. 
1892. 8. DS. 

Feine, Paul. Eine vorkanonische iiberlieferung 
des Lukas in evangelium und Apostelgeschichte; 
eine untersuchung. Gotha. 1891. 8. DS. 

Foster, Randolph Sinks. Studies in theology. 
[i.]-iii. New York, etc. 1889-91. 8. DS. 

,1*: [i.] I'roh-froincnu. I'liiloxophir hai of tlir- 
r, Rational principle* of religious Okith. 1889. [U.] 

Tlii-Uin. CoMiiir theism; or, The theism of nature, l^v. 
iii. The supernatural book; evidences of Christianity. 

Gordon, Marquis Lafayette. An American 
missionary in Japan. Boston, etc. 1892. sm. 8. 

III. 6963 

Groot, Johannes Jacobus Marius I>K. The 
religions system of China; its ancient forms, evo- 
lution, history and present aspect, manners, cus- 
toms, and social institutions connected therewith. 
Vol. i. Leyden. 1892. 8. Front., irdcts.. and 
plates. DS. 

;//*. i. Disposal of the dead. Pt. 1, 2. 

Harnack, Adolf. tJber das gnostische buch 
Pisti^-Sojiliia ; Brod und wasser. die eucharis- 
tischt-n clcmente hei Justin : zwei untersuclniniren. 
Leipzig. 1891. 8. (TEXTK und unter.-uchungen 
zur geschichte der altchristlichen literatur. vii 

III. 3487.7 

Harris, Mrs. Helen B. The newly recovered 
Apology of Ari'lides, it> doctrine and ethics; witli 
extracts from the translation by J. R. Harris. 
London. IS!)], sm. 8". front. DS. 

Healy, John. The ancient Irish church. Lon- 
don. 1M!I2. sm. 8. (The niritcn hiMorv gi 
8.) III. 7014 

Hegel, Cleorg Wilhelm Friedrich. Logic; 
translated from the Kn<-\ clopacdia of the philo- 
sophical sciences, by William Wallace. L'dcd.. 
revised and augmented. Oxford. l-'X'. sin. 8". 

III. 6997 

" Hih]io(rr:iphieal notice on the three editions and three 
- of the Kneyelopiiedia," pp. ix.-xxvi. 

Holtzmann, Heinrich Julius. I.chrbiich der 
hi-torisch-kritischen einleitung in das N, ur 'I 
in. 'iit. :!'' \erbes, ,-rte und vermehrte autl. Frei- 
bur- i. 15. is 1 .'!'. 8. DS. 

Horton, Hubert Forniati. Uevelation and the 

Bible; an attempt at reconstruction. New York. 

8. DS. 

Hoskier, Merman ( '. A full account and col- 
lation of the (ireek cnrsne code\ e\ :l U'_'( dill 111 U04 , 

Kirerton L'fllo in the British mu-eiim. With ten 
ajipendices. London. IMtO. 1.8". 4 ffir-sims. 
I hi- apprnil -i-piiralely. III. 687l 

Hyde, William DeWitt. 1'nietical . tlm- 
York, l-s'.ii;. sm. 8. III. 6924 



Jacqnier, E., I'abbe. La Doctrine des douze 
apdtres et ses enseignements. [Inaugural-disser- 
tation.] Lvon, etc. 1891. 8. DS. 

" Bibliographic de la Didaehe," pp. 261-271. 

Kant. Immanuel. Kritik of judgment ; trans- 
lated, with introduction and notes, by J. H Ber- 
nard. London, etc. 1892. 8. 

III. 6964, a/so DS. 

Kaufmann, Moritz. Egoism, altruism, and 
Chri.-ti.m fxlaimonism. [London. 1892.] sm. 8. 
pp. 64. (RELIGIOUS TRACT SOCIETY. Present day 
tracts, xi. 62.) III. 1932 (xi) 

Keane, John Joseph, bp. of Ajasso. Christian 
education in America. Washington. 1892 8. 
pp. '21. VI. 7058 

Keibel, Martin. Die religion und ihr recht 
gegeniiber dem modernen moralismus. Darstellung 
und kritik der " ethischen bewegung" unserer zeit. 
Halle a. S. 1891. 8. pp. viii., 85. DS. 

Koetschan, Paul. Die textiiberlieferung der 
biicher des Origenes gegen Celsus in den hand- 
schriften dieses werkes und der Philokalia ; prole- 
gomena zu einer kritischen ausgabe. Leipzig. 
1889. 8. Table. (TEXTE und untersuchungen 
zur geschichte der altchristlichen literatur, vi. 1.) 

III. 3487.6 

Lalble. Heinrich. Jesus Christus im Thalmud ; 
mit einem anhange : Die thalmudischen texte, mit- 
geteilt von Gustaf Dalman. Berlin. 1891. 8. 
(BERLIN-, Germ. Institution judaicum. Schrif- 
ten. 10.) DS. 

Lea, Henry Charles, editor. A formulary of 
the papal penitentiary in the thirteenth century. 
Lai. Philadelphia. 1892. 8. Fac-sim. 


The title on the manuscript reads " Incipinnt forme re- 
mane curie composite a magistro Thomasio bone memorie 
presbitero cardinali. Super casibus peniteiitie." 

Lewis, Walter Sunderland. The two geolo- 
gies ; a contrast and a comparison. [London. 
1892.] sm.8. pp.41. (RELIGIOCS TRACT SOCIETY. 
Present day tracts, xi. 63.) III. 1932 (xi) 

Luther, Martin. A catechism for the people, 
pastor, and preacher; a reproduction of the edition 
printed at Frankfort-on-Main, in 1553. Edited by 
W. H. Rylands. Manchester. 1892. f. pp. (78). 
Fac-sim. title-page, wdcts.. and plate. (Hoi.BEis 
SOCIETY. [Fac-simile reprints, 18.]) 28.141 

Macray, William Dunn, editor. Calendar of 
charters and documents relating to Selborne and 
its priory, preserved in Magdalen college, Oxford. 
London, etc. 1891. 8. Wdcts. (HAMPSHIRE 
{.Eng.} RECORD SOCIETY. [Publ.]) III. 6971 

Magazine (The) of Christian literature. 
Vol. i.-vi. (in 3 vol.). Oct. 1889 Sept. 1892. 
. New York. 1889-92. 1. 8. DS. 

This magazine is largely made up of articles reprinted from 
other periodicals. 
To be continued. 

Manen. W. C. VAX. 

Leiden. 1890-91. 8. 


2 vol. in 1. 

Content* : i. De Handelingen der apostelen. 1890. ii. 
De Bnefaan de romeinen. 1891. 

Maps Jerusalem. (1889.) Topographical 
map of Jerusalem from the ordnance survey ; 
[published by G. W. & C. B. Colton & co.]. 
Scale 1 : 2500. New York. 1889. 36* X 55| in. 


Maps Jerusalem and r icinity. (1890.) The 
vicinity of Jerusalem ; published by G. W. & C. B. 
Colton & co. Scale [1 mile to 2f inches]. New 
York. 1890. 39| X 55ni. SL. 

Maps Palestine. (1874.) Colton's Sunday 
school map of Palestine, from the latest surveys & 
explorations. [Scale, dr. 2 miles to an inch.] 
New York. 1874. 113 X 75 in. SL. 

Maps Palestine. (1879.) The Holy Land ; 
[a panorama] published by G. W. & C. B. Colton 
& co. New York. cop. 1879. 71J X 4lJ in. SL. 

Maps World, Ancient. (1885.) Colton's 
map of the lands mentioned in the Bible especi- 
ally illustrating the travels of St. Paul. Scale 
1:2.000.000. New York. 1885. 70J X 47| in. 


Maps World. Ancient. (1889.) Colton's 
map illustrating Bible history between the times 
of Abraham an 1 the captivities. Scale [cir. 18 
miles to an inch]. New York. 1889. 74| X 
54^ in. SL. 

Martinean, James. Essays, reviews, and ad- 
dresses ; selected and revised by the author. 4 vol. 
London, etc. 1890-91. 8. DS. 

Content* : i. Personal; political. ii. Ecclesiastical; 
historical. iii. Theological; philosophical. iv. Academ- 
t ical; religious. 

Mears, David Otis. Oberlin lectures of 1892. 
The pulpit and the pews. Oberlin, Ohio. 1892. 
sm. 8. DS. 

Merriman, Titus Mooney. The pilgrims, puri- 
tans, and Roger Williams, vindicated; and his sen- 
tence of banishment ought to be revoked. Boston. 
1892. 8. 11352.13 

Meyer, Christian. Stadt und stift Koln im 
zeitalter der reformation. Hamburg. 1892. 8. 
pp. 39 + . (SAMML. gemeinv. wiss. vortrage; neue 
folge. vii. 153.) VIII. 175(vn) 

Meyer, Elard Hugo. Germanische mytliologie. 
Berlin. 1891. 8. (LEHRBUCHER der germani- 
schen philologie, 1.) HI. 6898 

Moeller, (Ernst) Wilhelm. History of the 
Christian church. Translated from the German 
by Andrew Rutherfurd. [Vol. i.] London, etc. 
1892. 8. HI. 6954, also DS. 

Content*: [L] A.D. 1-600. 

Molsdorf, Wilhelm. Die idee des schonen in 
der weltgestaltung bei Thomas von Aquino. In- 
augural-dissertation. Jena. 1891. 8. pp. 47. 

III. 6951 

Monod. Leopold. Le probleme de 1'autorite. 
2* ed., augmentee d'une preface. Paris, etc. [1891.] 
8. " DS. 

Muller, Joseph. Die deutschen katechismen 
der bohmischen briider; kritische textausgabe, mit 
kirchen- und dogmengeschichtlichen untersuchung- 
en und einer abhandlung iiber das schulwesen der 
bohmischen briider. Berlin. 1887. 8. Plate. 
(MoxcMESTA Germaniae paedagogica, 4.) 


"Verzeichnis der benutzten hand- und druckschriften," 
pp. 456-460. 

Miinsterberg, Hugo. Ueber aufgaben und 
methoden der psychologic. Leipzig. 1891. 8. 
Schriften, i. 2.) Philos. 

Mail-head, John Henry. The elements of 
ethics; an introduction to moral philosophy. New 
York. 1892. sm. 8. (UNIVERSITY extension 
manuals.) III. 6931 

" Bibliography," pp. 237-239. 

Neumann, Karl Eugen, translator. Buddhis- 
tisclie anthologie. Texte aus dem Pali-Kanou zum 
ersten mal iibersetzt. Leiden. 1892. 8. DS. 
A collection of translations from the Suttapitaka. 



Pacific unitarian (The). Vol. i. no. 1. Nov. 
iv.ij. /,/. San Francisco. 1892. 1.8. DS. 

To lie continued. 

A continuation of " the tuition." 

Patrick, John. The Apology of Origen in re- 
l>lv t.i Ccl-us; a chapter in the history of apolo- 
getics. E linhurgh, etc. 18'J2. 8. DS. 

Pennsylvania University Department of 
archeology and palceontology. Addresses deliv- 
ere 1 at i lie opening ceremonies of the exhibition of 
objects u-ed in worship, l>y William Pepper, ,]. S. 
Macintosh. Marcus .la-trow, and (.'harlcinaunc 
Tower, jr., April 16th, 189.'. Philadelphi i. 1W2. 
8". pp. !'.. 11.3182 

Perkins. William Kufus. History of the Trap- 
pist ab >cv of NY Midleray, in Dubuque county, 
Iowa. Iowa City. 18!)2. 8". pp. iv., (2), 79. 
(IwAStatr unircrsity, Iowa City. Publica- 
tions. Historical monograph, 2.) VI. 6561 
" Bibliography," p. 79. 

Perry, William Stevens, bp. of Iowa. Christ 
church in the revolution; a discourse preached 
before members of the society of the Cincinnati, 
an I of other patriotic organizations, in Christ 
church, Philadelphia, Feb. 21st, 181)2. With an 
historical introduction, by C. E. Stevens. Phila- 
delphia. 181)2. sm. 8. pp. 50. Portrs. and 
wdcts. 12385.32 

Peyton, William Wynne. The Memorabilia of 
Jesus commonly called the Gospel of St. John. 
London, etc. 181)2. 8. DS. 

Platt, James. Life. Authorized American ed. 
New York, etc. 1889. 16. III. 6988 

Potter, William James. The free religious 
association ; its twenty-five years and their mean- 
ing. An ail Iress for the twenty-fifth anniversary 
of the association, at Boston, May 27th, 181)2. 
Preceded by a brief sketch of the annual conven- 
tion. Boston. 1892. 8. pp.31. 

III. 6901, also DS. 

Present (A) to youths & young men. [New 

ed.] 2 vol. [Birmingham.] 1891. 1. 12. Illnstr. 

III. 6996, also DS. 

"Printed for privat'- circulation." 

A collection oi moral talcs, sketches, and counsels, proba- 
bly compiled In- K. Sliorthouse. 

Prenschen, Krwin. Tertullians schriften De 
paenitentia und DC pu licitia mit riicksicht auf die 
bu disziprm untcr.sucht. Inaugural-dissertation, 
Giessen. [Biidingen.] 1890. 8". pp. 50. 

III. 6945 

[RiK-Veda-Sanhlta.] The hymns of the Kig- 

i ; translated, with a popular commentary, by 

II. T. II. Griffith. 4 vol. Benares. 1889-92. 

8. DS. 

Roper, William Oliver, editor. Materials for 

the lu-tory of the church of Lancaster. Lat. and 

Vol. i. ; Manchester.] 1892. sin. 4. 

Fac-*im. (CiiKTiiAM 8OCIETT. Remains. New 

26.) Eng;. Lit. 78 

Riiogg, Arnold. Die neutestamcntliehe text- 

kritik <-it Lachmann ; ein ver-ueh /.ur oricntie- 

rung. Zurich. 1892. 8. Diagn. and table . DS. 

Ryle, Herbert Klward. Tin early narratives 

of Gem-sis; a brief introduction to the study of 

ti a coiir-e of leet- 
at Cambridge in 1890-91.] Lou- 
don, etc. 1892. im. 8. DS. 

" Kf produced with ft few alterations from the Erpotiiory 

Sackur, Ernst. Die cluniacenscr in ihrer kirch- 
lichen un I allgemeingeachiclitllchen wirksamkcit, 
bisrar mitte des elften jahrhunderts. Bi i. Halle 
a. S. (892. ". III. 688O 

Salter, William Mackintire. Kthics an 1 phi- 
losophy. Philadelphia. 1H91. 8". pp. 1L'. DS. 

Salter, William Mackintire. First steps in phi- 
losophy, physical and ethical. Chicago. 1 -'.'_'. 
sm. 8".' III. 6918, also DS. 

Salter, William Mackintire. What is the moral 
life? Philadelphia. 1891. 8". pp. 14. DS. 

Schaff, Philip, and oilurs. editors. A religious 
encyclopa- lia ; or. Dictionary of biblical, hi-tor- 
ical, doctrinal, and practical theology. Hased on 
the Real-enc\ klopa lie of ller/og Plitt. and Hauck. 
K lited by Philip Schaff ; associate editors: S. M. 
Jackson and D. S. Schaff. 3d ed.. revised and 
enlarged. 4 vol. (paged contin.). New York. etc. 
"1891 [cop. 1882-83]. 1.8. pp. xlviii., 9-2629+. 


Schaff, Philip, mid Jackson, Samuel Macau- 
ley, editors. Encyclopedia of living divines and 
Christian workers of all denominations in Europe 
and America; being a supplement to SchalT-Herzog 
Encyclopedia of religious knowledge. :;d el., re- 
vised and enlarged. New York, etc. 1891 [cop. 
1880]. 1. 8". DS. 

Schopenhauer, Arthur. Studies in pessimism ; 
a series of essays, selected and translated by 
T. B. Saun.lers. 3d ed. Lon Ion. ls'.>_'. sin. 8. 
(ScHorENHAUEK series, 5.) III. 6998 

Content*: On the sufferings of the world. On tin- van- 
ity of exigence. On siuYiilc. Immortality; a dialogue. 
Further psychological observations. On education. On 
women. On noise. A few paralile>. 

"The essays form a further si-lection from Schopenhauer's 
' J'arerga.' " 

Schroder, Ernst. Vorlesnngen iiber die algebra 

der logik ; exakte logik. Bd.i.; ii. abt. 1. I.eiji- 
zig. 1890-91. 8. Diinjrs. III. 69TT 

" Literaturver/.i-ii'hniss," i. "00-715. 

Schultess, Karl. Papst Silvester II. (Cerbert) 
als lehrer und staatsmann. Hamburg. 1891. 4. 
pp. (4), 55. (Progr. d. Wilhelm-gvmnas. "1891, 
nr. 722.") III. 6928 

Scotland, Church of General assembly. 
(104(5-47.) The records of the commissions of 
the general assemblies of the church of Scotland, 
hoi len in Edinburgh in the years \(\\\\ and 1(117. 
Edited from the original manuscript by A. !'. 
Mitchell and James ( 'hri.-tie. with an introduction 
by the former. Edinburgh. is'.i'J. S". pp. xlii., 
(2), Oil. f SOOTTUB HI8TOBT 8OCIBTT. Piibl.ll.) 

VIII. 544 

Slater, Thomas Ehcrie/cr. The intltieiice of 
the Chrisiiiin religion in history, j London. 
sm.S". ]i|i.t;j. ; l.'i i Kiious TRACT ->' ii i i . Pres- 
ent day tract*, xi III. 1932 \i 

Smith, (Jeiirge. /.!../>. Henry Martyn. saint 
and scholar, tirst modern missionary to the Moliain- 
mcdans. 17M -1>IL'. London. 1892. 8. l'rt. 
of Mnrhin and tnlrts. VII. 2835 

Smyth, Newman. Christian ethics. \e\\ York. 
l.s:'j. S". (INTERNATIONAL theological lihi 

III. 6916. n/>- DS. 

Spencer, Herbert. The principles of ethics. 
Vol. i. : I Ne York. IV'L', ''.ll. 12". 

(In lux System of synthetic philosophy. !. 10.) 


: i. 1. The L.i.i ..!' 'Ihii-s. '.'. The in 
of fthic,. .",. The ethic- of in. l>\idual lifr. 

[ii.l 4. i'l'lie i-thi.-s of social hit.J Juti;e. [Ant 

ed. UHL 



Staehelin, H. Die gnostischen quellen Hip- 
polyts in seiner hauptschrift gegen die liaretiker. 
Sieben neue bruchstiicke der Syllogismen des 
Apelles. Die Gwynn'schen Cajus- und HippolytUfl- 
fragmente : zwei abhandlungen von A. Harnack. 
Li'ip/i_ r . 1890. 8. (TEXTE und untersuchungen 
zur geschichte der altchristlichen liti-ratur. vi. 

III. 3487.6 
" Quellen und litteratur," p. (1). 

Storrs, Richard Salter (b. 1821). Bernard of 

Clairvaux ; the times, the man, and his work. An 

historical study in eight lectures. New York. 

8. pp.'xvi., 598. III. 6995 

Tanner, Thomas. Ip. of St. Asaph. Notiiia 
monastica : or, An account of all the abbies, prio- 
ries, and houses of friers, heretofore in England 
and Wales ; and also of all the colleges and hospi- 
tals founded before A.D. 1540. Published by John 
Tanner. London. 1744. f. pp. (4),xlvii., (10), 
12-2. (53). Port, and plates. III. 6887 

Thomas Aquinas. Saint. Die katholische 
wahrheit. oder Die theologische summa ; deutsch 
wiedergegeben von C. M. Schneider. 12 bde. in 8. 
Regensburg. 1886-92. 8. III. 4743 

Vernes, Maurice (Louis). Du pretendu poly- 
theisme des bebreux : essai critique sur la religion 
du peuple d'Israel. suivi d'un examen de 1'authen- 
ticite des ecrits prophetiques. 2 torn. Paris. 
1891. 8. (BiBLiOTHEQCE de 1'ecole des hautes 
etudes. Sciences religieuses, ii.. iii.) DS. 

Vliet, J. VAN DER. Studia ecclesiastica. Ter- 
tullianus. i. Critica et interpretatoria. Lugdiini- 
Batavorum. 1891. 8. III. 6884 

Weatherly, Lionel Alexander. The super- 
natural? With chapter on oriental magic, spirit- 
ualism, and theosophy. by J. X. Maskelyne. 
Bristol, etc. [1891.] " sm.V. Front., portrs.. 
and u-dcts. (Arrowsmith's three-and-sixpenny 
series.) III. 6980 

[Appendix.] The magnetic lady or A 

human magnet de-magnetised. Bv J. N. Maske- 
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Contrnlt : i. Stmr-tiirc und theory. 2d revised ed. 1st 
thousand. 18f^ ii. Iv-j^n, construction, and operation. 

Thnmton, Robert Henry. A treatise on fric- 
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United State* liurean of navigation ////- 
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Unwin, William Cawthorne. The clem, nu .,f 
machine dc-iL'ii. Pt.i. ii. London, rtr. 1H!|- 
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Content* : \. < true-nil principle., fa-trninL'-, und trnn- 

'i. l-'i|. - 11. ( hi.-lK ..n , n^iuc 
I. N-w (II- I mid cniiii L- 

Wada, Kuni.jiro, and Noiawa, Shunjir- 
& fl-heries of Hokkaido: preliminary report of the 
syst- :'in of the li-h and ti-hcries of 

Hokkni lo, und' r the direction ,,t the fishery bn- 
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Wegmann, Kdward, jr. The design and con- 
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"Hililii>i;r:i|iliy," \<\>. lo.V-100. 

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SniidrrlH'iliiirc zu dpn Mittli, Huny, n <l, / *,k>'n>tifnrkiixt>n- 
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"Whithani, Jay Manuel. A descriptive treatise 
on constructive steam-engineering, embracing en- 
gines, pumps, and boilers, and their accessories 
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Whitham, Jay Manuel. Steam-engine design. 
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Whitney, Milton. Some physical properties 
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Met. 384 

"Wood, De Volson. Thermodynamics, heat 
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Asenjo Barbieri, Francisco, compiler. Can- 
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blicate gia dagli autori della Roma sotterranea ed 
ora nuovamente date in luce colle spiega/ioni. 
.'} torn. Roma. 17:'.7-.">4. f". A'/i'/r. title-page, 
viijns., 210 [212] plates, etc. 27 Case. 364 

A rciiulpli''ati(iii of the plate-, of Hu<io's " Kouia ~..itrrr:i- 
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Arndt heraus^egel.en von Friedrich Bruckmann. 
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\., i..- <-ontinucd. 27 Case. 625 

BurmeiMter, Frnst. Der hildneri>che srhmiiek 
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Cavallari, Kraiu'e-co Saverio, and other*. 
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ordlne del minlstrra deiin pub'dica Utru/ione. dai 

Mi F. S Ca\al!ari e Adolfo Holm e Cristo- 

\allari. PaliTino. Issii. f. :\ plnlrs, 

and nilun of \:> i>lnt, | 27 Case. 59' 

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i;-< \ plait* 27 Case. 60 

Chicago, Illinois Art institute. Preliminary 

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Contents: i. Les origines. Les primitifr. L'ar- 
chai'sme avance. L'epoque des grands maitres du cin- 
quietne siecle. 

De Koven, Reginald. Robin Hood, a comic 
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On the title-page the music- is ascribed to Smith. 

Dorchester, Mass. Church of All Saints. A 
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Flagg, Jared Bradley. The lite and letters of 
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Devoted, with the exception of a few pages, to the history 
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Guilmant, Alexandre. Xoels ; offertoires, ele- 
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Hadow, William Henry. Studies in modern 
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Contents: Music and musical criticism; a discourse on 
method. Hector Berlioz and the French romantic move- 
ment. Robert Schumann and the romantic movement in 
Germany. Richard Wagner and the reform of the opera. 

Heales, Alfred. The architecture of the 
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Hein, Alois Raimund. Maander, kreuze, ha- 
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Helbig, (Karl Friedrich) Wolfgang. Fiihrer 
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Contents: i. Die vatikanische skulpturensammluug. 
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villen. Das museo Boncompagni. Der palazzo Spada. 
Die antiken der vatikanischen bibliothek. Das museo 
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Kireher'sche und prahistorische museum im collegio romano, 
von Emil Reisch. 

Herkomer, Hubert. Etching and mezzotint 
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Kohte, Julius. Die kirche San Lorenzo in 
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p/att-s. and u-dcts. 27 Case. 626 

" Sonderdruck aus der Zeitschrlft fur bauwexen, 1890." 

Lhomme, F. Raffet. Paris. [1892.] 1. 8. 
lllnstr. (Les ARTISTES celebres.) II. 1572 

" Bibliographie," p. 196. 

" Bibliographie des ouvragea orn^s de vignettes d'aprfes les 
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Lichtenberg. Reinhold, freiherr VON. Zur 
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Magnus, Hugo, prof, at Breslau. Die dar- 
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Merkel, Gustav. [Sonaten fiir die orgel. No. 
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ii. [Gmoll.] Op. 42. [187-?] 
iii. C moll. Op. 80. [1S7-?] 
- F moll. Op. 115. 1878. 
D moll. Op. 118. 1878. 
E moll. Op. 137. 1880. 
A moll. Op. 140. 1880. 
H moll. Op. 178. 1885. 
C moll. Op. 183. 1886. 

Middleton, John Henry. Illuminated manu- 
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Muntz, Eugene. Guide de 1'ecole nationale des 
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II. 3169 

Perrot, Georges, and Chipiez, Charles. His- 
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Perrot, Gewges, and Chipiez, Charles. His- 
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Reinhardt, Robert, and Raschdorff, Julius 
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Rheinberger, Josef. [Sonaten fiir die orgel. 
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iii. Pastoral-sonate. [G dur.] Op. 88. 1880. 
iv. [A moll.] Op. 98. [187-?J 
v. Sis dur. Op. 111. fl87-?f 
vi. Es moll. Op. 119. [1880.J 
vii. F moll. Op. 127. [1882.] 
r E moll.] Op. 132. [1883.] 
B moll. 7 Op. 142. [1885.1 
H moll.J Op. 146. [1887 .1 
D moll.J Op. 148. [1888.1 
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C.] Op. 165. [1891.] 

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" Augener's edition." 

" Selection from the literature of musical history," ii- 182- 

Contents: i. History of musical instruments and history 
of tone-systems and notation. ii. History of musical forms, 
with biographical notices of the most illus'trious composers. 



Riemann. llu-jo. Catechism of musical instru- 
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r'-. tuition." 122.57 

Santley, Charles. Student and singer; remi- 
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Schlosser, Julius VON, compiler. Schriftquellcn 
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Sweelinck, or SWKI.INCK, Jan Pieterszoon. 
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Thieme, Ulrich. Hans Leonhard Schaeufoleins 
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VI. Antiquities. 
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Antiquites du Bosphore Cimmerien, 1854. 
Reeditecs, avoc un commentaire nouveau et un 
index ovneral des Compos rendus [de la commis- 
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Asmundarson, Valdimar, compiler. Fornal- 
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kamalen fornu. Voi-im;:;! -ai,M. - ttodbrmur 

ok -ona haii*. Kiakmnal. . .^nai-s -uniiin. 

: ,1'tr. Si'iirniirot nl fornkoliun. 

guni. - 1885. 

ii. H. iiy^'ilUt. Fiiiidinii Norcfrr. 

Halfi ok llalfrrekkuin. Af r|.|i!i-n,ii]ii.'!i kdiniiiKiiin. 

t">r-< : -,ILT:I <-n- t'iu-kli:l. 

K- (irimn Mga lodlnkiniuL Orvar- 

Odils napl. A i --vi'ijjis. _ Hniiiiiiiiilar &!&, 

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. (>:iiiin ki.nar. (liiu^ii- 

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r6. llult'ilaiiitr >:ILT:I I.v -i'-iii-oii:ir. Halfdunar Majfa Br8- 
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'>' M- ' I Bikyonlan 

in tin- Attii-dfini- 

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"'l i'.. lluwiev. The- n.wlv <li.. 

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-.tionuUi; a 

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.il I' if] 

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Batchelor, John. The Ainu of Japan ; the re- 
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Beanohamp, William Martin. The Iroquois 
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hunderts, 99,100.) 17522.20 

The title of the filition of 1531 reads " Etliche hubsche berg- 
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British museum. The Tell el-Amarna tablets 
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Letters and dormnents probably written B.C. 1500-1450, 
Ulnatradng the |>olitical and eoiiiraercial relations which 
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Cavallari, Francesco Saverio, and others. 
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Lazdoela saga, udgiven ved Kr. Kalund. Keben- 
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Lewis, Theodore Hayes. Tracts for archaeolo- 

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Plates and icdcts. 5314.43 

Luttich, Selmar. Uber bedeutungsvolle zah- 
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Maclean, Hector, editor. Ultonian hero-bal- 
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Mommsen, (Christian Matthias) Theodor. 
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Jfonumenti antichi, 1891, i. 617-672. 


Moorehead, Warren King. Primitive man in 
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The legends are supposed to be of Aztec origin. 

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ii. Campen Cliarlymarii, I'nrdan I'adrie, lluchcdd Meir 

Kv. -nirvl NlcodemiU, Y irrnj;lith, Hrenddwvt I'awl, 

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Adams, Charles Francis, jr. Three episodes 
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other early settlers on the in the present 
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horseback. Mountain pas-c< of the Cumberland. 

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Arnold, .S'iV F.dwin. Seas ,-md land- 
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Bacon, George F. Cambridge and vicinity : its 
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Baker, William Spohn, compiler. Itinerary of 
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23, 1783. Philadelphia. 1892. 8. Port, of 
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Barrie, James Matthew. An Edinburgh eleven ; 
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Bexnont, Charles, editor. Chartes des libertes 
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Benoist, Charles. La politique du roi Charles 
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Besant, Walter. London. New York. 1892. 
8. Wdcts. 8425.30 

Contents: After the Romans. Saxon and Xormau. 
Plantagenet. Tudor. Charles the Second. George the 

Binger, Louis Gustave. Du Niger au golfe de 
Guinee par le pays de Kong et le Mossi, 1887- 
1889. 2 torn. Paris. 1892. 1. 8. Portrs., 
maps, u-dcts., etc. I. 4224 

Bisticci, Vespasiano DA. Vite di uomini illus- 
tri del secolo xv. ; rivedute sui manoscritti da 
Ludovico Frati. Vol. i. Bologna. 1892. 8. 
(COLLEZIONE di opere inedite o rare dei primi tre 
secoli della lingua.) 35.64 

Black, Alexander. The story of Ohio. Bos- 
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map. (STORY of the states.) 13312.28 

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Blink, H. Der Rhein in den Niederlanden. 
Stuttgart. 1889. 8. pp. 70. Map. (FORSCHUNGEN 
zur deutschen landes- und volkskunde, iv. 2.) 

V. 3713.4 

Bluntschli, Johann Caspar. The theory of the 
state. Authorised English translation from the 6th 
German edition. 2d ed. Oxford. 1892. sm. 8. 

VI. 7187 

Bondois, Paul. Histoire des institutions et des 
moeurs de la France. 2pt.ini vol. Paris. [1883.] 
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Bonvalot, (Pierre) Gabriel (Edouard). Across 
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Bouldin, Powhatan. The old trunk, or Sketches 
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Bourinot, John George. Historical and de- 
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and of its memorials of the French regime ; with 
bibliographical, historical, and critical notes. Mon- 
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Boynton, W. W. The early history of Lorain 
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HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Tract, 83.) 13316.3(83) 

Bright, John. Letters on home rule. Bir- 
mingham. 1892. 8. pp. 14+. Port, and wdct. 


Britain's work in Egypt. By an Englishman 
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" Reprinted by permission of the proprietors of the Scots- 

Brown, Alonzo Leighton. History of the 
fourth regiment of Minnesota infantry volunteers 
during the great rebellion, 1861-1865*. St. Paul, 
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Brownlow, William Robert. Lectures on 
slavery and serfdom in Europe. London, etc. 
1892. " sm. 8. Maps. VI. 7175 

Bureau of the American republics. Ven- 
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VI. 61O2.7 

[Byrne, Mrs. Julia Clara (BUSK).] Gossip of 
the century ; personal and traditional memories, 
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Calvete de Estrella, Juan Cristobal. Rebelion 
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Canovas del Castillo, Antonio. Criterio his- 
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Capasso, Hartolomeo, editor. Monumenta ad 
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(NAPLES. Italy Societa napnletana iii storia 
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" Kdizione di -7~> c-emplari mum rati. No. 105." 

Carette, Mine, (nee BOUVET). Souvenirs in- 
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Chalambert. Victor I.K. Histoire de la ligue 
sous les regnes de Henri III. et de Henri IV. ; ou, 
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Chamberlain, H.isil Hall. Things Japanese ; 
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Japan, [arranged alphabetically]. 2d ed., revised 
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Child, Theodore. The praise of Paris. New 
York. 1893 [1892]. 8. Wustr. 6521.11 

Content* : The praise of Paris. The banks of the 
Seine. Society in I'aris. The life of Paris. The Pari- 
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li-t~. Proletarian I'aris. The comldie-francaise. The 
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Child, Theodore. The Spanish-American re- 
publics. [Narrative of observation and travel in 
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3361.17, also AO. 

Chronicon anglo-scoticum (Monachi anonymi 
scoti) ; e codice durlacensi primum integrum ed'idit 
C. \\. Houterwek. Ellierfeldae. 1863. 8. pp. 
xvi., 48. Plate. 9441.3 

This Chronicle was printed in 1828 by the Bannatync club 
umler the title " Chronicon coenohii BftOCtC < Ynris edinhur- 
!"rr)in a copy of an incomplete MS. in the Lambeth 
library. Tbe Durlach MS. continues its entries from 1183, 
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present editor to have been probably written in the abbey of 
Cupar Angus. 

Cobo, Bernabe. Historia del Nuevo Mundo ; 
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Colombo /."/. ('MM Mi-.t |), Cristdforo. Writ- 
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Columbui rn.'inorial. MUL' 1892. Discovery, 
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Connelly, Emma M. I lie ntorv of Kentuckv. 
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map. (STOUT of the states.) 12321.15 

" Book* rcUting to Kentucky," pp. 333-334. 

Converse, 1'arkcr Lindall. cm,i/n/ri-. Legends 
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Costa de Beauregard, Albert, Marquis. Le 
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Cramond, William. The annals of Banff. Vol.i. 
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(NEW Si-AuuNo CLUB. [Publ.]) 9461.21.9 

" .".-."> .-opies printed. No. 322." 

Cremer, Leo. Ein ausflug nach Spitzbergen ; 
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Dansin, Hippolyte. Histoire du gouvernemeiit 
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[Darlington, Mrs. Mary Carson, editor. ~\ Fort 
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Davis, Jefferson. A short history of the Con- 
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Doeberl, lOcnael, nlifin: Momimenta <lenua- 
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Oontfttt*: iii. Zeit der -ali<-heii kaiser. ISS'.i. iv. 
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Doniol, ..lean I!, mi \ntoine). Histoire de 
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Dorn, Alexander, fitter ron Mancalt, editor. 
Die seehafen des weltverkehrs ; dargestellt von 
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Content*: i. Hafen Europas sowie der asiatischen and 
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First Maine bugle, [containing] the proceed- 
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Gardiner, Mrs. Bertha Meriton (CORDERY). 
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Gladstone, William Ewnrt. Special aspects of 
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Dr. Ingrnm and tUe Irish union. Further notes ami queries 
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Gomez de Arteche, Jose. La conquista de 
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Grand army of the republic Department 
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42 + . Portrs. and coat-of-arm's. 8364.36 

Great Britain Public record office. Lists 
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Brit. Hist. 104 

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Green, John P. The movement of the llth and 
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Green, John Richard. A short history of the 
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Greenwood, Alice D. Empire and papacv in 
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Griffin, Sir Lepel (Henry). Ranjit Singh. 
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Griffls, William Elliot. Japan: in history, 
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Gnaldo Priorato, Galca/xo. route di Comazzo. 
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Gunther, Sie L 'iimnd. Columbus mid die erwci- 
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Hakes, Harry. Tin- discovery of America by 
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Hanotaux. i.abriel. L'tmb s M ir le 
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Harris, Thomas Mealey. Assassination of 
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Harrisse, Henry. The discovery of North 
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4. pp. xii., 802+ . Maps. 1361.32 

"380 copies. No. 4." 

Hart, Albert Bushnell. Formation of the 

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The cover of livr. i. lias the .late 1884. 
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C. Ouchi, & M. Fesca. Based on T. Waila's ^co- 
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Maps Musashi province, Japan. (1*^7 
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Maps \en- Hampshire. (1892.) Town and 
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DR. 1.134 

Maps Saxony. (1874-92.) [TopOLrraphisehe 
karte des konigreichs Sachsen in 1 : L'.'.OOO d. n. gr. ; 
heraiisg. durch das kgl. rinan/ministeriuni. Hi-ar- 
lieitrt im topogrftphitchen bureau des ki;l. gene- 
ral>tabes. | NO. 1-166. Leii)/ig. 1879, - 7t '.I 
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There i no nhcrt niiinhiTcil 40. 

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pographisclien karte von Sachsen. 101 pain, in 5 
rot Leipxig. 1879,75-86. sm. 8. M. 1536 

Tin- " AII-/III; an- ili-n hiihciiiiiaiuialcii " for im. Id, 11, ' 
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144, 14."> i wanting, ln'iiiir out of print. 

Maps Scotland. (1892.) Bartholomew 1 * 
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Margaret of Yulnis. (juttn of \nrnrre. \tt 
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Perkins, James Brcck France under the re- 
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Piozzi, Mrs. Hester Lynch (SALUSBURY 
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Content": i. Die den statnm publicum betreffende ma- 
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Read, Benjamin. The history of Swanzey, 
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Robinson, Henry James. Colonial chronology : 
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Romero, Matias. Articulos sobre Mexico pub- 
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"Among the subjects on which I shall endeavour to 
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institutional interest, such a the title to the English crown, 
the origin and character of earldoms (especially the earidom 
of Arnudel), the development of the fiscal system, and the 
early administration of London. I won'.d also invite atten- 
tion to such points as the appeal of the empress to Borne in 
1136, her intended coronation :it Westminster in 1141, the 
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Acworth, William Mitchell. The railways and 
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Adler, Felix. The moral instruction of chil- 
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1891, at Plymouth, Mass." 

American association to promote the 
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Amherst college, Amherst, Mass. The inau- 
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Anderson, Peter John, editor. Fasti acade- 
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Arnold, Matthew. A French Eton, or Middle- 
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volume on ' Schools and universities on the Conti- 
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Ancoc, (Jean) Leon. De 1'usage et de Tabus 
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Bulloch. John Malcolm. The lord rectors of 
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Cambridge, .Vass. School commillet. (1892.) 
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special committee , consisting of A. H. Hart, 1'hebe 
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[Cleveland, James D.] Case school of applied 
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Cobb, John Storer. The torch and the tomb; 
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Cobbett, ; William) Pitt. Leading cases and 
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sources. With notes and excursus, containing the 
views of the text writers on the topics referred to, 
with supplementary cases, treaties, and statutes. 
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"Table of text bonk- referred to, 1 ' pp. \.\iii.-x.\iv. 

Colaon, ('. Transports >< tant's; precis du 
regime des routes et clu-mins, canaux et rivieres, 
ports de mer, chemins de fer, lots economiques de 
la determination des prix de transport, prix de 
revient, statistique du trah'c, tarifs de chemins 
de fer francais, comparisons avec les principaux 
pays etrangers. Paris. 1890. 8". /tinr/m. 
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Cooley, Thomas Mclntyre. The general prin- 
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CoHoa. Luigi. Introdu/ione allo studio dell' eco- 

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Dublin, Ireland I'nii-erxity Trinity col- 
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of the taking of iiitere>t, tir-t as a rule of morals and after- 
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Gothein, Eberhard. Wirtsch: f :sgeschichte des 
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Content* : i. Stadte- and gewerbegeschichte. 

Greard. (Vallery Clement) Octave. L'ensei- 
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Giinther, Siegmund. Geschichte des mathema- 
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Gnyot. Yves. Principles of social economy. 
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Hale, George W. Police and prison cyclo- 
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Hall, Bolton. editor. Who pays your taxes? 
A consideration of the question of taxation by 
D. A. Wells. G. H. Andrews. T. G. Shearman. 
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" Reprinted from the Political science quarterly, vol. rii. 
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Hart, Albert Bushnell. Subjects and methods 
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For the use of students in English VI, in Harvard college. 

Hartfelder. Karl. Philipp Melanchthon als 
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Harvard college Class of 1892. [Photo- 
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Harvard college. Overseers. (1892.) Re- 
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Containing facsimiles of themes written by nudents stat- 
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sued in the school in which the writer of each paper had 
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questions. 3d ed., revised and improved. Oxford. 
1892. sm. 8. (Clarendon press series.) 


Dyroff, Adolf. Geschichte des pronomen re- 
flexivum. Abt. i. Wiirzburg. 1892. 8. (BEI- 
TRAGE zur historischen syntax der griechischen 
sprache, iii. 3.) 4245.3O (m) 

Content* : i. Von Homer bis zur attischen pros*. 

Fennell, Charles Augustus Maude, editor. 
The Stanford dictionary of Anglicised words and 
phrases. Edited for the syndics of the university 
press. Cambridge [Eng.]. 1892. 4. pp. xvi.", 
826. 9251.13 

Ferreiro, Martin. Uniformity of geographic 
nomenclature. Washington. 1892. 8. pp. 24. 
(UNITED STATES Bureau of navigation Hy- 
drography office. [Publ.] 98.) VIII. 9O.2 

"Translated and republished from the Anuario de la di- 
reccion de hidrografia, num. 112, Madrid, 1892." 

Fick. August. Vergleichendes worterbuch der 
indogermanischen sprachen. 4 e aufl.. bearbeitet 
ron Adalb. Bezzenberger, Aug. Fick, und Whit- 
ley Stokes. Theil i. Gottingen. 1890. 8. 


Contents : i. Wortschatz der grnnd_sprache, der arischen 
und der westeuropaischen spracheinheit, von August Fick. 

Fiigner, Franz. Lexicon livianum partim ex 
Hildebrandi schedis confecit. Fasc. i.-iv. Lipsiae. 
1889-92. 1. 8. Class. 

Content* : i.-iv. A Ago. 

Gardner, JTrs. Mary. A short and easy Modern 
Greek grammar, with grammatical and conversa- 
tional exercises, idiomatic, proverbial phrases, and 
full vocabulary ; after the German of Carl Wied. 
With a preface by Ernest Gardner. London. 
1892. sm. 8. 4225.29 

Gardner. Percy. New chapters in Greek his- 
tory ; historical results of recent excavations in 
Greece and Asia Minor. London. 1892. 8. 
Plate, plans, and irdcts. 10254.28, a/so Class. 

Content* : The verification of ancient history. Phrygia 
and Troas. Mycenae and the islands. The palace at 
Tiryns. Recent discoveries and the Homeric poems. 
; Ancient Cyprus. Naueratis, and the Greeks in Egypt. 
The excavation of the Athenian acropolis. Olyinpia and 
the festival. The relief* and inscriptions of" Athenian 
tombs. Spartan tombs and the coitus of the dead. Epi- 
daurus and ancient medicine. Eleusis and the mysteries. 
Dodona and the oracles. The successors of Alexander 
and Greek civilization in the East. 

Gebhard, Ernst. De D. Junii Bruti genere 
dicendi. Dissertatio inauguralis. Jenae. 1891. 
8. pp. 56. 5275.65 

Gebhard, Friedrich. Gedankengang horazischer 
oden in dispositioneller ubersicht, nebst einem 
kritisch-exegetischen anhang. Miinchen. 1891. 

Lh 9.352 

" Separat-abdruck aus 'Festgrnss an d. 41. versammlung 
dentscher philologen und schulmanner von lehrerkollegium 
d. K. Wilhelms-gvm.' " 

Gehring, Au?ust. Index homericus. Lipsiae. 
1891. 1. 8. Class. 

Genthe, Arnold. Deutsches slang: eine samm- 
lung f amiliarer ausdriicke und redensarten. Strass- 
burg. 1892. 16. pp. xvi., 73. 8272.43 

Gerber, Theodor. Quae in commentariis a 
Gregorio Corinthio in Hermogenem scriptis vetus- 
tiorum commentariorum vestigia deprehendi pos- 
sint. Dissertatio philologica. Kiliae. 1891. 8. 
pp. (4), 53+. Gg 15.30 

'Vita," after p. 53. 

Gerhardt, Paul (6. 1865). Quid Xenopho 
commentariis scribendis efficere voluerit. Disser- 
tatio inauguralis. Rostochii. 1890. 8. pp. 75. 

"Vita," p. 75. Gx 9.854 

Giachi, Valentino. Arnori e costumi latini; 
studi. Citta di Castello. 1885. sm. 8. 11297.34 

ConttnU : L' amore nelle commedie di Plauto. L 
donne nella poesia d' Orazio. I damerini al tempo d' Orazio. 
La storia degli amori di Orazio. Xozze romane. Cos- 
tumi e affetti privati di Cicerone. Metella o Le matrone 
romane sotto i Cesari. II poeta Marziale et i costnmi del 
tempo suo. I paesaggi latini. I bagni degli aotichi 

Girard, Paul. L'education athenienne an v 
et an rv siecle avant J.-C. 2 ed. Paris. 1891. 
8. Wdcts. Clast. 

Goodwin, William Watson. A Greek grammar. 
Revised and enlarged. Boston. 1892. sm. 8. 

4264.72, also Claw. 

Graeber, Rudolf. De praepositionum latina- 
rum collocatione. Dissertatio inauguralis. Mar- 
pnrgi Cattorum. 1891. 8. pp. (4), 93+ 

" Vita," after p. 93. 5268.54 

Grossmann, S. J. Dictionar german-romin 
complect. Vol. i. fasc. 1-7. lasi. 1890-91. 4. 


Gudeman. Alfred. Syllabus on the history of 
classical philology. [Originally prepared for a 
course of lectures on the history of classical phi- 
lology at Johns Hopkins university.] Boston. 
> S u . pp. (6), 50. Class. 

Hagelin, Hugo. Stomatoskopiska undersok- 
ningar af franska sprakljud. Stockholm. 1889. 
4. pp. (4), 18+. Plates. (Inbjudning till ofver- 
varande af arsexamen vid hogre reallaroverket i 
Stockholm.) 6231.10 

Hale. William Gardner. Die cum-konstruk- 
tionen ; ihre geschichte und ihre funktionen. Ober- 
setzt von A. Neitzert: mit einem vorwort von B. 
Delbriick. Leipzig. 1891. 8. Class. 

Harries, Hermann. Tragici graeci qua arte 
usi sint in describenda insania. Dissertatio inau- 
guralis. Kiliae. 1891. 8. pp. (4), 51 + . 

" Vita," after p. 51. 13266.26 

Hartman, J. J. De Horatio poeta. Lugduni 
Batavornm, etc. 1891. 8. Lh 9.366 

Headlam, Walter. On editing Aeschylus : a 
criticism [of the editions of Seven against Thebes 
and Agamemnon edited by A. W. Verrall]. Lon- 
don. 1891. 8. Ga 9.722 

Hedler, Adolf. Geschichte der Heliandfor- 
schung von den anfangen bis zu Schmeller's aus- 
gabe : ein beitrag zur geschichte der gennanischen 
philologie. Inaugural-dissertation. Rostock. 1890. 
8. pp. 48. 16535.9 

Herodas. Mi/^t'a^i/3oi. Facsimile of papyrus 
cxxxv in the British museum. London. 1892. 4. 
pp. (3). 23 plates. Gh 39.16, also Class. 

Herodas. Mimiambi ; edidit Franciscus Buech- 
eler. Exemplar iteratntn. Gr. and Lai. Bonnae. 
1892. sm. 8. pp. iv.. 95. Gh 39.15.3, also Class. 

Hinn, C. H. Zur beurteilung Appians und Plu- 
tarchs in der darstellung der ereignisse von der 
ermordung Casars bis zum tode des M. Brutus. 
Inaugural-dissertation. Jena. 1891. 8. pp. 79. 

Ga 85.58 



Hofmann, Frit/ (/>. 1S(!(!). Avoir un<l cstre in 
den unisehreibenden zciten des altfran/osischen 
intransitiven zcitwort*. Inaugural-dissertation, 
Kid. Berlin. 1890. 8. pp. (4), 65+. 6223.64 

' I.i ln-M^lauf," aftor p. 66. 

Holder, Alfred (Thcophil). Alt-celtischer 
sprachschatz. Lief, i., ii. Leipzig. l^'.M 92. 
4. 8. 3272.3 

Contents : A *brftn5-8. 

Homerus. Odyssey. Edited by Arthur Platt. 
Gr. Cambridge [Eng.]. 1892. sm. 8. (The 
Cambridge Homer.) Gh 62.702 

Horatius. Q. Horatius Flaccus: erkliirt von 
Adolf Kiessling. [2* aufl.] Lat. Teil i. Ber- 
lin. 1890. 8. Lh 8.537.2 

Content*: i. Otlen und cpoden. 

Horatius. Opera. Xouvelle ed. d'apre els 
texte et le conimcntaire d'Orelli et de Dillenburger 
(1854). renfi-rmaiit des arguments analytiques et 
historiques, des notes, etc. par Ch. Aubertin. Lat. 
Paris. 1891. 12. Lh 8.544, also Class. 

Horatius. Carmina ; oden und epoden. Er- 
klart von K. K. Kiister. Lat. Paderborn, etc. 

1890. 8. Lh 8.658, also Class. 
Horatins. Lyrische gedichte. Erkliirt von 

G. H. Miiller. Lat. Strassburg. 1892. 8. 

Lh 8.659, "/.-" Class. 

Horatins. Sermonum et epist\ilarum libri. 
Mil anmerkungcn von Lueiaii Mueller. Tbeil i. 
Wien, etc. 1891. 8. Class. 

Content*: i. Satircn. 

Horatius. Horatian echoes. [To Maecenas 
(Carni. iii. 29) ; translated by John O. Sargent, 
and read bv htm on occasion of his 80th birthday. 
New York. 1891.] 16. pp. 8. Lh 8.895 

Jebb, Richard Claverhouse. Homer; an intro- 
duction to the Iliad and the Odyssey. New ed. 
Boston. 1890. sm. 8. Plan. (2 cop.) 

Gh 63.9O6 ; Gh 63.906.2 

" A list of books* on Ilonjcr," pp. 197-201. 

Jessen, Kdvin. Danskgrammatik. Kjnbcnhavn. 

1891. 8. 8224.23 
Jullien. Emile. Le fondateur de Lyon ; his- 

toire de L. Munatius Plancus. Paris. 1892. 8. 
\NS M.KS de runiver.-ite de Lvoii. v. 1.) 

Juvenaiis. Two satires [book i. satire 1, 2]; 
with notes by F. P. Nash. Lat. Boston, etc. 

1892. 12". Li 13.319, alto Class. 
" List of works cited," pp. x.-xi. 

Kehmptzow. Fran/. De Quinti Smyrnaei 
fontibus in- mythopoeia. I>i->-ertatio inauguralis. 
Kiliae. 18!H. 8. pp. (4), 72+. Gq 1.42 

" Vita," afti-r p. 7-'. 

Keller, Otto. Lateinische volksetymologie und 
verwandtes. Leipzig. 1891. 8. 5246.64 

Klapprott, Ludwic. Das end-e in \V . Lang- 
land'w bnch von IVt.-r dein I'tliiger, tc\t 15. In- 
augural-dissertation, (iottingen. i- 
pp. (2), 48 +. 9287.54 

" Vita," aft- r p. 48. 

Klitcher, (iu-tav. !)! forts. -t/un- /n Kon- 
rads v. Wiirzburi; Trojatierkrieg mi'l ihr verb 
zurn original. Inaiiu'ii' 'ion. BP 

1891. 8. pp. (4), 7(>+. 27282.6O.2 

" LbeD*Uuf," flr p. 

Kroll, Wilhelm. |)e (^. Aun-lii Symmachi 

8tudii gnu-d- latini-. Par.* i. Di--. rtatio in- 

auguraliN ptiilologa. Vratislaviae. [1891.] 8. 

1 - 44. L5O.45 

i4 ,"p.4'J. 

Krug, otto. QDeUeimnteraachnng /nr K<- 

seliiehte des jiin','eren Diotivs. Dissertatioi 

lock. KattoNvit/. [1891.] 8. pp. C2. 10244.59 

Kuhlmann, Hertnann. Die konzei\ sat/.f iin 
Nibi-liiiifreiiliede und in der Gudrun, mit verglei- der iiliriu r eii inittellioehdeiitschen volksepeii. 
Inaugural-dissertation. Kiel. 1891. 8. j>p. 60+. 

i..," nftrr p. 60. 28282.43 

Leaf, Walter. A companion to the Iliad, for 
English readers. London, etc. 1892. m. 8. 
Front. Gh 64.236 

Lefmann, Salomon. Franz Bopp, sein lelien 
und seine wissensehaft. 1. ha'lfte. Mit einein an- 
hanu r : Aus brief en und anderen schriften. Berlin. 
1891. 9*. Port, of Bopp. VII. 2796 

Lindelof, I" no. Die spraehe des Kituals von 
Durham ; ein beitrag zur altenglischen grammatik. 
HeNin-rfors. 1890. 8. 9287.62 

Loret, Victor. Manuel de la langue 6gyptienne ; 
grammaire, tableau des hieroglyphics, textes, & 
glossaire. Paris. 1889. 1. 8. 2261.16 

Lutz, Leonhard. Die casns-adverbien bei den 
attischeii rednern ; ein beitrag zur historischen 
grammatik der griechischen sprache. Wiirzburg. 
1891. 8. pp. 40. 4244.39 

"Progr. d. k. IK ucu u'vin." 

Lyon, David Gordon. An Assyrian manual, 
for the use of beginners in the study of the As- 
syrian language. 1.M ed. New York. 181'- 
1886]. V. 3226.11.2 ; also DS. ; SL. 

Lysias. Ausgewiihlte reden. Fiir den scliul- 
gebrauch erklart von Hermann Frohberger. Klei- 
nere ausgabe. Heft ii. 2 e aurl. von Th. Thallieim. 
Gr. Leipzig. 1892. 8. Gl 30.177 

Martin, Charles Trice. The record interpreter : 
a collection of abbreviations, Latin words and names 
used in Knu'lish historical manuscripts and records. 
London. 1892. 8. II. 3178 

Mensing, Otto. Untersuchungen iiber die 
syntax der concessivsat/e im alt- und mittelhoch- 
deutsehen. mit besonderer riicksieht auf Wolframs 
Parzival. Inaugural-dissertation. Kiel. 
8. pp. (4) ,80+. 27271.14' 

" Vila," iit'lrr |i. 80. 

Meyersahm, Han-. Deorum nomina hiunini- 
lm> ini]io>ita. Di-ertatio inauguralis. Kiliae. 
1891. 8. pp. (4), 37+. 1253.62 

" Vita," alter p. 

Mnret, Kd. Kneyclo]i:ciiic Bnglish-Oennan UN 

Gennan-Knu'lish dictionary, rnitorm with Saclis- 
Villatte's French-derniaii and (Jerinan-Frencli dic- 
tionary, giving the pronunciation according to 
the phonetic system employed in the method of 
T"Uaint-Laimen.-cheidt. I'nabridged ed. 1't. i. 
[no. 1-4]. Berlin. ]>'.'! [K'JJ. 1.8". 8285.25 
Nathan Ben Jehiel. Aruch i-omjli -tinn sivo 
Lexicon vocabula et re>. quae in libris tar^umicin. 
talmndicis et midra^chicis continentur. exjilicaii!- ; 
cum ap]ien.lice ad discendum ntili per Benjaminuin 
Mii^^atiani a.ljuncta. ( 'ritice illu>trat et edit Mex- 
anderKohut. h torn. Vienna.-. 1878-92. 1. 8". 

Sem. 962 

Index, cum collectione Tocabulorui 

corum: cuiirinnavit Alexarnler Kidmt. ^ 

l.s. Sem. 9' 

Siip]ilement, contiiitiing .-onn -. addi- 
tional foreign word*. corre<-tions and ex]dann- 
bj Al \ander Kohut. N- ^ V'irk 

Sem. 962.2 



Nessling, Conrad. De seviris augustalibus. 
Dissertatio inauguralis. Gissae. 1891. 8. pp. (4), 
51 + . 12275.57 

" Vita," after p. 51. 

Paschke, Paul. tJber das anonyme mhd. ge- 
dicht von den sieben weisen meistern. Inaugural- 
disM-rtation. Breslau. 1891. 8. pp. (4), 54+. 

" Vita," after p. 54. 


Pelagonius. Artis veterinariae quae extant. 
Recensuit, praofatus, comraentatus est Maximil- 
ianus Ihm. Lipsiae. 1892. 16. Lp 13.20 

Pindarus. Isthmian odes ; edited with intro- 
duction and commentary by J. B. Bury. Gr. 
London, etc. 1892. 8. Gp 75.245 

Pitschel, Ernst. Zur syntax des mitteleng- 
ischen gedichtes William of Palerne; ein beitrag 
zur mittelenglischen syntax, i. Der einfache 
satz. Inaugural-dissertation. Marburg. 1890. 
8. pp. viii.. 79+. 9287.56.2 

" Lebenslauf," after p. 79. " Benutzte werke," p. viii. 

Plew, J. Quellenuntersuchungen zur geschichte 
des kaisers Hadrian : nebst einem anhange iiber 
das monumentum ancyranum und die kaiserlichen 
autobiographien. Strassburg. 1890. 8. Class. 

Quintus SmyrncEus. Posthomericorum libri 
xiv. ; recognovit et selecta lectionis varietate in- 
struxit Albertus Zimmermann. Gr. Lipsiae. 
1891. 16. Class. 

Schanz, Martin. Geschichte der romischen 
litteratur bis zum gesetzgebungswerk des kaisers 
Justinian. Teil i., ii. (in 1 vol.). Miinchen. 
1890-92. 1. 8. (HAXDBCCH der klassischen alter- 
tums-wissenschaft. 8.) 10291.17.7 

Contents: i. Die romische litteratur in der zeit der re- 
publik. 1S90. ii. Die zeit vom ende der republik (30 v. 
Chr.) bis auf Hadrian (117 n. Chr.). 1892. 

Scheel, Eniil. De gorgianae disciplinae vesti- 
giis. Dissertatio inauguralis. Rostochii. 1890. 
8. pp. 60+. Gg 13.24 

" Vita," after p. 60. 

Considers especially the influence of Gorsrias upon Isoc- 

Schener, Friedrich. De tacitei de oratoribus 
dialog! codicum nexu et fide. Pars i. Disserta- 
tio inauguralis philologica. Vratislaviae. [1891.] 
8. pp. (4), 32+. Lt 1.920 

" Vita," after p. 32. 

Schneider, Lorenz. De sevirum augustalium 
muneribus et condicione publica. Dissertatio in- 
auguralis. Gissae. 1891. 8. pp. (6), 64+. 

" Vita," after p. 64. 12275.57 

Schnellbacher, Karl. Uber den syntactischen 
gebrauch des conjunctivs in den chansons de geste : 
Huon de Bordeaux. Amis et Arniles, Jourdains de 
Blaivies, Aliscans. Aiol et Mirabel, und Garin le 
Loherain. Inaugural-dissertation, Giessen. Darm- 
stadt. 1891. 8. pp. ir., (2), 59+. 6223.65 

" Lebenslanf," after p. 59. 

Schrader, Otto. Sprachvergleichung nnd ur- 
geschichte ; linguistisch-historische beitrage znr 
erforschung des indogermanischen altertums. 2 e 
Tollstandig umgearbeitete und betrachtlich ver- 
mehrte aufl. Jena. 1890. 8. pp. xii.. 684. 
Magrs. 1256.37.2 

Silius Italians. Punica; edidit Ludovicus 
Bauer. 2 vol. Lipsiae. 1890-92. sm. 8. 


Sittl, Karl. Die gebarden der griechen und 
rdmer. Leipzig. 1890. 8. Plates and wdcts. 

10285.33, also Class. 

Skeat, Walter William. Twelve facsimiles of 
old English manuscripts, with transcriptions and 
an introduction. Oxford. 1892. 4. pp. 36. 


Stanjek, Johann. Quaestionum de sententia- 
rum septem sapientium collectionibus pars i. 
[With Greek text.] Dissertatio inauguralis philo- 
logica. Vratislaviae. [1891.] 8. pp. (2), 32+. 

Vita," after p. 32. G 265 

Steingass, F. A comprehensive Persian-English 
dictionary, including the Arabic words and phrases 
to be met with in Persian literature ; being John- 
son and Richardson's Persian, Arabic, and English 
dictionary revised, enlarged, and entirely recon- 
structed." London. [1892.] 1. 8. pp. (2), viii., 
1539. 3263.1 

Stewart, John Alexander. Notes on the Nico- 
machean ethics of Aristotle. 2 vol. Oxford. 
1892. 8. Ga 113.463 

Swoboda, Heinrich. Die griechischen volks- 
beschliisse; epigraphische untersuchungen. Leip- 
zig. 1890. 8. 10214.43 

Szarvas, Gabor. and Simonyi, Zsigmond. 
Magvar nyelvtorteneti szotar a legregibb nyelvem- 
lekektol a nyelviijitasig. A magyar tud. akademia 
megbizasabol. Kot. i.. ii. Budapest. 1890-91. 
1. 8. 2281.39 

Also with a Latin title-page: "Lexicon linguae hunga- 
rieae asvi antiqnioris." 

Tacitus. Dialogus de oratoribus. Erkliirt von 
Georg Andresen. 3 e verbesserte aufl. Leipzig. 
1891. 8. pp. (2), 80. Lt 1.543 

Toynbee, Paget, editor. Specimens of old 
French, ix.-xv. centuries ; with introduction, 
notes, and glossary. Oxford. 1892. 8. pp. lx., 
492, 205. (Clarendon press series.) 6223.29.2 

[Vahlen, Johann. De Theocriti carminibus.] 
2 pt. in 1 vol. Berolini. [1885-91.] 4. (Index 
lect. hib.) Class. 

Wecklein, Nicolaus. Ueber die stoffe und die 
wirkung der griechischen tragodie. Festrede ge- 
halten in der offentlichen sitzung der k. b. akade- 
mie der wissenschaften zu Miinchen, am 14. nov. 
1891. Miinchen. 1891. 4. pp. 48. Class. 

White, John Williams, and Morgan, Morris 
Hicky. An illustrated dictionary to Xenophon's 
Anabasis, with groups of words etymologic-ally 
related. Boston. 1892. 8. Wdcts' Gx 9.81O 

Wiechmann, Ernst. Provenzalisches ge- 
schlossenes e nach den grammatiken, reimen der 
dichter und neuprovenzalischen nmndarten. Leip- 
zig. 1890. 8. pp. 38. 6236.32.2 

Wolterstorff, Richard. Sophoclis et Euripidis 
Electrae quo ordine sint compositae. Dissertatio 
philologica. Jenae. 1891. 8. pp. (2), 65+. 

Gs 32.610 

Wordsworth, Christopher, of Tyneham, Eng. 
Rutland words. London. 1891. 8. pp. viii.. 
Series C.) Philol. 702.20 

Zilch, Georg. Der gebrauch des franzosischen 
pronomens in der 2. halfte des xvi. jahrhunderts, 
lit vornehmlich auf grun:l der schriften 
Estienne Pasquier's. Inaugural-dissertation, Gies- 
sen. Heppenheim a. d. B. 1891. 8. pp.58. 

" Lebenslauf," p. 58. 8571.21 

" Quelleii und benntzte werke," p. 4. 



X. Literature. 

About, Edmond (Francois Valentin). Le dix- 
neuvieme siecle. Avec une introduction par 
Joseph Reinach. Paris. 1892. MM. 8. 12542.24 

" Kilmond About journalist*, " pp. i.-xlviii. 

Contributions to the XIX* siecle, from May 2, 1872 to Jan. 
8, 1886. 

Allais, Gustave. Malherbe et la po6sie frnn- 
caise a la fin du xvi siecle, 1585-1600. Paris. 
1892. 8. 8583.16 

Amours, F. J.. editor. Scottish alliterative 
poems in riming stanzas. Pt. i. Edinburgh, etc. 
1892. 8. (SCOTTISH TEXT SOCIETY. [Publ.] 
27.) Eng. Lit. 2118 

Contents : The knightly talc of tiolngros and Gawane. 
The bukc of the howlat. Kauf Coihear. The awnryrs 
off Arthure at the Ternc Wathclyne. "The pistill of Susan. 

Antona-Traversi, Camillo. Nuovi studj let- 
terarj. Milano. 1889. sm. 8. IV. 388O 

Content*: Monaldo Leopard! eiornalista. Letterc in- 
edite di Monaldo Leopard! al figlio Giacomo. Monaldo 
condanna il matrimonio del figlio Carlo con Paolina Mazza- 
galli. Vrrsi della adoleseenza di Ugo Foseolp. Di un 
amore di Ugo Foscolo; con trc biplu ttini aniorosi inciliti. 
In proposito degl" " irrcvocati ill' 1 del Manzoni nel n. coro 
delr Adclchi. Alessandro Manzoni e le due edizioni <le' 
Promew<i yiosi. Canti edit! e inediti del popolo rccanatesc ; 
[by P. F. Leopardi]. Lettere inedite di argoinento politico 
e faraigliare di F. I), (iucrrazzi. Poche parole intorno a (Jiu- 
Beppina (inacci Nobile in occasione di un fausto sriprno ono- 
mastico. Breve discorso detto nelle esequie di (iinscppina 
Guacci Xobile da Bruto Fabricatore il dl 26 di nov. [1848]. 

Appel, Karl, editor. Provenzalische inedita 
aus Pariser handschriften. Leipzig. [1892.] 
sm. 8. (ALTFRAN/OSISCHE bibliothek, 13.) 

7595.35 (xin) 

August in, Marie.] Le Macandal ; episode de 
1'insurrection des noirs a St. Poniingue. Par tante 
Marie. Nouvelle-Orleans. 1892. 8. 12541.8 

Austin, Mrs. Jane Goomvix. David Alden's 
daughter, and other stories of colonial times. Bos- 
ton, etc. 1892. sm. 8. AL 837.3.12 

Other KtorifK : The wife of John Carver. Barbara Stan- 
dish. William Bradford's love life. Nazareth I'itdier. 
Witch Hazel. The freight ol the schooner Dolphin. Miss 
Betty'" picture*. The love of John Mascarcne. The la-t 
of the proud VuMfeT*' The first and the last. Wrecked 
and rescued. 

Baechtold, Jakob. Geschichte der deutschen 

literatur in der Srhweix. [ With anmerkungen."] 
Frauenfeld. 1892 ['87-92]. 8. pp. viii., *!HK, 
244. 16594.15 

B arris, Maurice. Sous 1'oeil des barbarea. 
Nouvelle ed.. iiugmentee d'nn examen des trois 
volumes. Paris. 1892. sm. 8. 12543.18 

The thn e volumes n-f'-m-d to up' " Son- 1'o-il des bar- 
bates," " I'M hoiinne lilire," and " I,e janlin de liemiice." 

Barrie, James Matthew. Ms Lady Nicotine, 
[tobacco]. New York. [1891.] sm. 8. 


Barrie, James Matthew. When a man's -in- 
gle; a tale of literary life. New York. I - 


Barrili, Anton (Jiulio. La hella < ira/iana : ro- 

Milam. IV. 3864 

Barrili, Anton (;iulio. Le due Beatriei. 

Milan... L89S. m. 8. IV. 3865 

B6ranger, I'i.-rre Jean UK. Songs. Translated 

into Kntrli.-h v, r-e hv William Tvnl>ee. London, 

etc. [1892.] 24". (The CANTKHIH:KY p<>. 


Benant, Walt.-r. 'Die ivory gate; a novel. 
New York. 1892. 12. 21423.73 

Bijvanck, Willem Geertrudes Cornells. Un 
hollandais a Paris en 1891 ; sensations de Iitt6ra- 
turo et d'art. Preface d'Anatole France. Paris. 
1892. sm. 8. 7566.32 

Birrell, Augustine. Res judicataj ; papers and 
essays. London. 1892. sm. 8. 20465.6 

rniitrjifi, : Siuiiiirl Kiehanlson. Kdwurd (iihhon. 
William Cowper. < ieorgc Borrow. Cardinal Newman. 
Mai then Arnold. William Hazlitt. The letters of Charles 
Lamb. Authors in court. Nationality. The reforroa- 
tion. Sainte-Beuve. 

Black, William, novelist. Donald Ross of 

Ileimra : a novel. Now York. 1891. sm. 8. 


Black, William, novelist. The magic ink, and 
other stories. New York. 1892. 12. Front. 
and plates. 21424.1 

Other stories : A hallow-e'en wraith. N'anciehel ; a talc 
of Stratford-on-Avon. 

Black, William, novelist. Sabina Zembra; a 
novel. New York. 1887. 12. 21424.2 

Black, William, novelist. Stand fast, Craig- 
Royston! A novel. New York. 1891. 12". Front. 
and plates. 21424.3 

Black, William, novelist. Sunrise; a storv of 
these times. New York. [188-?] 12. 21424.4 

Bouchor, Maurice. La devotion a saint Andr6 ; 
mystere en un acte, en vers. Paris. 1892. 18. 
pp. 47. (NorvKi.i.K hihliotheiiue variee. Romans 

Nouvelles Theatre.) 12562.30 
Bouchor, Maurice. Le songe de Kheyain ; 

caprice en un acte, en vers. Paris. 1892. 18. 
pp. 33. (NOUVELLK bibliotheque variee. Romans 

Nouvelles TheAtre.) 12562.30 
Brooke, Stopford Augustus. The history of 

early English literature ; being the history of Eng- 
lish poetry from its beginnings to the accession of 
King Alfred. New York, etc. 1892. 8. Map. 


Brown, Abram English. Glimpses of old New 
England life ; legends of old Bedford, [in the form 
of stories told by a grandmother]. Boston. [1HH2.J 
sm. S". Illustr. AL 980.8.25 

Content*: The mysterious room. The silver crown. 
The witch of Shaw-shine. A pod of nine pea*. 

Burns, Robert. Selected poems. Edited with 
introduction, notes, and a glossary, by J. L. 
Robertson. Oxford. 1889. sm. 8. (Clarendon 
press series.) 17486.24 

Bynner, Kdwin Lassetter. Zacharv Phips. 
Hoston, etc. 1*92. sm. 8. AL 999.90 

A story lia-cd 11)1011 the hi-tory of the time of Asinm Hurr's 
conspiracy, and the war of 1812. 

Caine, Ralph II.. nlitor. Love songs of Eng- 
lish poets. 1.VMJ-1800. With notes [and an intro- 
duction. Autlmri/ed ed.] New York. 1- 
sm. s'. front. 11426.17 

Caravelli, Vittorio. Chiacchiere criticlie. Fi- 
ren/.e. 1889. sm. 8". IV. 3881 

('intuit* : (iraviniaim. Tradi/miii (Iraininatichi- jiopo- 
mort I'i'-r Viitorin Carlomajrno). 
, :, lui-tdi-i, imi-e. J.i- rime del conic di Lara [Do- 
mcnicii MllelH]. Per di-1 padre J-'oni 
I'd p..vcri di -pirito [! Mato delhi i-i i u/mne]. I 
hajfiii di I'o/.iruoli. HiiL-^iero di I.auiia (I/n 

[Chaucer, (ieoirnv. Worke- tiewl\ e printed, 
witli d\ ver- \M.rk-~ uhvch were never in prin: 
fore. 'London. 1642.] P. ff. (9 .. ::v.t. <;.!,. 
HW,/,. '18481.2* 

" A reprint of (indfr.iy 1 - . dition of 1.VV.', with tin- addition 
of the rinwiii. in'- t.i!' , tir-l pnldi-hed in tlii- i-dition."- 

finiifffri -f : the title p. i L.' 1 ' :'i"l -i'>rrl other leavcK alt 
waiitniir; tlie title i- titki-n Iron. I. ..\\ndi-' " Itiblio(fra]>i 
iiiaiiiiiil," i. 426. 



[Chaucer, Geoffrey.] Amoruni Troili et Cre- 
seidae libri duo priores anglico-latini. [Translated 
by Sir Francis Kynaston.l Oxoniae. lt>35. sm. i . 


Chaucer, Geoffrey. Canterbury pilgrimage, 
epitomised by William Calder. Edinburgh, etc. 
1892. sm. 8. Front., part., and icdcts. 


Clare tie, Jules (Arsene Arnaud). L'ameri- 
caine ; roman contemporain. Paris. 1892. 18. 


Coles, Abraham. Abraham Coles : biograph- 
ical sketch, memorial tributes, selections from his 
works (some hitherto unpublished) . Edited by 
J. A. Coles. New York. 1892. 8. Port, and 
plates. AL 1061.3.010 

" Biographical sketch by E. M. Hunt," pp. 1-20. 
Cornwallis, Kinahan. The song of America 
and Columbus, or The story of the New World. 
A greeting to Columbus and Columbia, and de- 
scriptive narrative of the voyages and career of 
Columbus and the precursors of his great discov- 
ery, with the sequel as seen in the United States, 
in celebration of the 400th anniversary of the dis- 
cover,-. New York. 1892. sm. 8. 'Front. 

AL 1081.5.50 

[Couch, Arthur Thomas Quiller.] I saw three 
ship*, and other winter's tales. By Q. London, 
etc. 1892. sm. 8. Front. 21434.34 

Other tales: The haunted dragoon. A blue panto- 
mime. The two householders. The disenchantment of 

Cronsle, (Franfois) Leon. Elements de versi- 
fication fran9aise ; annexe a la Grammaire, cours 
superieur. Paris. 1891. 12. pp. 82. 

VII. 2832 

Dei ml ing, Hermann. Text-gestalt und text- 
kritik der Chester plays. Inaugural-dissertation. 
Berlin. 1890. 8. pp. (4), 32+. 14495.18 

" Vita," after p. 32. 

De Lancey, Edward Floyd. Philip Freneau. 
the huguenot patriot-poet of the revolution, and 
his poetry. [New York.] 1891. 1. 8. pp. 21. 

AL 1588.9.010 

" Keprinted from the Proceedings of the huguenot society 
of America, vol. ii. no. 2." 

Deland. Mrs. Margaret (Wade CAMPBELL). 
The story of a child. Boston, etc. 1892. sm. 8. 

AL 1137.2.50 

Diderot, Denis. Lectures choisies, [with in- 
troduction and notes] par H. Parigot. Paris. 
1892. 18. Port. 9564.6 

Contents : Philosophic. Critique litt^raire. Contes et 
roman?. Theatre. Beaux-arts. Correspondance. 

"Ce volume repond aux nouveaux programmes de Pen- 
seignement classique et de Penseignement moderne, 15 juin 


Doyle, A. Conan. The white company. 5th 
ed. London. 1892. sm. 8. 21473.36.2 

Ehrhard, Auguste. Henrik Ibsen et le theatre 
contemporain. Paris. 1892. 18. (NOCVELLE 
bibliotheque litteraire.) IV. 39O5 

Farina, Salvatore. Si muore. Per la vita e 
per la morte ; romanzo. Milano. [1891.] sm. 8. 

IV. 3863 

Fournel, (Fran9ois) Victor. Le theatre au 
xvn siecle ; la comedie. Paris. 1892. 18. 


Contents : La comedie avant Moliere. Les types de la 
Tieiile come'die. Moliere. La comedie contemporaine de 
Moliere. Les successeurs de Moliere. 

Gallon, Arthur. Urbana scripta ; studies of 
five living poets, and other essays. London. 1885. 
sm. 8. 1O455.21 

Contents: English poetry in 1885. Lord Tennyson. 
Mr. Browning. Slatthew Arnold. Mr. Swinburne. Wil- 
liam Morris. Antonio, the merchant of Venice. An over- 
looked characteristic of the play of " Julius Cssar." Mark 
PuttUon. Horace Walpole. 

Gatty, Alfred. A key to Lord Tennyson's " In 
memoriam." 4th ed. London. 1891. 16. Front. 


Gissing, George. New Grub street : a novel. 
3 vul. London. 1891. sm. 8. 21478.17 

Goethe, Johann Wolfgang vox. The first part 
of Faust, with the prose translation, notes, and 
appendices of Abraham Hayward ; revised, with 
introduction, by C. A. Buchheim. London, etc. 
1892. sm. 8. 17585.23 

' List of books for the study of Goethe's Faust," pp. 

Goldbeck-Loewe, Adolf. Zur geschichte der 
freien verse in der dentschen dichtung. Von 
Klopstock bis Goethe. Inaugural-dissertation. 
Kiel. 1891. 8*. pp. (4) , 82 +- VH. 2808 

" Lebenslauf," after p. 82. 

Grandmougin, Charles. Le Christ ; drame 
sacre en cinq tableaux, et une apotheose, La resur- 
rection : avec une melodie originate de Clement 
Lippacher. 3 e mille. Paris. 1892. 8. pp. 78. 
Yign. 12563.6O 

Halliwell-Phillipps, James Orchard, editor. 
The literature of the sixteenth and seventeenth 
centuries illustrated bv reprints of very rare tracts. 
London. 1851. 4. * * 15421.36 

" 75 copies. For private circulation only." 

With the autograph of J. Payne Collier. 

Contents : [PABKZB, Martin.] Harry White his hu- 
mour, set forth bv M. P. [163-.] [Two Italian gentlemen.] 
Extracts from "The pleasaunt and fine conceited comoedie 
of two Italian gentlemen." [Translated by Anthony Mun- 
dav.] TAYI.OR, John. Tailors travels from London to the 
Isle of Wight. lt>4>. WTL Bucke his testament. The 
BOOKE of meerr riddles. 1629. LCTTOS, Thomas. A 
moral and pitieful comedie, intituled, All for money. 1578. 
WEJTE, beere, ale, and tobacco contending for superiority; a 
dialogue. 2d ed. 1630. JOHXSOX, Thomas. A new booke 
of new conceits. 1630. Lovx's garland, or, Posies for 
rings, handkerchers, and gloves. 1624. 

Haraszty, Gyula. La poesie d'Andre Chenier. 
Traduite dn hongrois par 1'auteur. Paris. 1892. 
18. 1O587.18 

"Notice bibliographique des antenrs mentionnes," pp. 361 

Hartmann, Gottfried. Merope im italieni- 
schen und franzosischen drama. Erlangen, etc. 
1892. 8. (Mi XVIIEXER beitrage zur romanischen 
und englischen philologie, 4.) IV. 3900 

Henley, William Ernest. The song of the 
sword, and other verses. London. 1892. 16. 


Reprinted, with three exceptions, from the National 

Herbert, Edward James, 3d earl of Poiris. 
Speeches, articles. &c. : with selections from his 
Latin compositions. Edited by R. C. Herbert and 
W. H. Herbert. London. 1892. 8. 2O444.35 

Herrick, Robert. Hesperides & Xoble num- 
bers; edited by Alfred Pollard. With a preface 
by A. C. Swinburne. 2 vol. London, etc. 1891. 
16. Front. (The MCSES' library.) 14454.26.5 

"Life of Herrick," i. xv.-xxvi. 

With reprints of the original title-pages. 

Herzfeld. Georg. Die rathsel des Exeterbuches 
und ihr verfasser. Berlin. 1890. 8. pp. 72. 


The probable authorship of the whole series is ascribed to 



Hill, Adams Sherman. The foundation* ol 
rhetoric. New York. 1892. 12. VII. 2829 

Holmes, Oliver Wendell (6. 1809). Tin- poet 
at thi> breakfast-table. He talks with his fellow- 
boarders and the reader. [ Riverside ed.] Boston, 
etc. 1892. 8. (In his Writings, 3.) 

AL 1T73.125.3 

Holmes, Oliver Wendell (b. 1809). Over the 
teacups. [Riverside ed.] Boston, etc. 1892. 8. 
Port, and icdct. (In his Writings, 4.) 

AL 1773. 125.4 

Holmes, Oliver Wendell (b. 1809). Elsie Ven- 
ner; a romance of destiny. [Riverside ed.] Bos- 
ton, etc. 1892. 8. (In his Writings, 5.) 

AX 1773.125.5 

Holmes, Oliver Wendell (b. 1809). The guar- 
dian angel. [Riverside ed.] Boston, etc. 1892. 
8. (In his Writings, 6.) AX 1773.125.6 

Holmes, Oliver Wendell (b. 1809). A mortal 
antipathy. First opening of The new portfolio. 
[Riverside ed.] Boston, etc. 1892. 8. (In his 
Writings, 7.) AX 1773.125.7 

Holmes, Oliver Wendell (4. 1809). Pages from 
an old volume of life. A collection of essavs. 
1857-1881. [Riverside ed.] Boston, etc. 1891. 
8. (In h is Writings, 8.) ' AL 1773.125.8 

Contentt : Bread and the newspaper. My hunt after 
'the captain." The inevitable trial. The physiology of 
walking. Tlit ie**oas. The human liodv and its manage- 
ment. Cinders from the ashes. Mechanism in thought 
and morals. The physiology of versification. Crime and 
automatism. Jonathan Edwards. The pulpit and the 

Holmes, Oliver Wendell (4. 1809). Poetical 
works. [Riverside ed.] 3 vol. Boston, etc. 1892. 
8. Port. (In his Writings, 11-13.) 

AX 1773.125.11 

Iliowizi, Henry. The quest of Columbus; a 

memorial poem in twelve books. Chicago, etc. 

Portrs. AX 1915.5.3O 

Jacoby, Martin. Vier mittelenglische geistliche 
gedichte aus dem 13. jahrhundert. Inaugural- 
dissertation. Berlin. [1890.] 8. pp. 47+. 
" Vita," after p. 47. 12494.12 

The poems are from the Arundel MB. 248 in the Hriti<li 
museum, where they are entitled respectively "Caiiticmn dc 
annuntiatione," "Verses on the crucifixion," "Verses on 
the vanity of the world," and "Verses to the Virgin on the 

Jefferson, Samuel. Columbus; an epic poem, 
giving an accurate history of the great discovery 
in rhymed heroic verse. Chicago. 1892. sm. 8. 

AX 2139.5.2O 

Kennedy, William Sloane. John G. Whittier, 
the poet of freedom. New York, etc. 1K92. sm.8 . 
Port, of Whittier and vtlrt. \MIKK\N re- 

AX 4162.049 

" Hil,lir,|fraphy " of Whittier's works, pp. . 

Kielland, Alexander (Lange). Tales of two 
countries: translated from tlic Norwegian by Wil- 
liam Archer. With an introduction [On the life 
and works of Kielland] bv II. II. Hovrsm. .\,. w 
York. 18-.U. sm. 8. Port. ([The ODD nombei 

IV. 3889 

Conttni, Pharaoh. The parnonaK*-. Tlie pe.n. i,,,, ( ,r. 
Hope, dad in April K r.-.-i,." At the Mr. Tw 
tend*. A good conscience. Romance and reality 
Withered leaven. The battle of Waterloo. 

Kunce. Otto. )>,. de.sputiKoun liitwen \>e bodl 
and be soul. ', i in textkritischcr versuch. Inaugu- 
ral-dissertation. Berlin. 1892. 8. pn (2) 


" Vita," after p. M. 

Xandor, Walter Savage. Imaginary Ott 
tions; with bibliographical and explanatory n.t.- 
by C. G. Crump. 6 vol. London. Isin. 8. 
Fronts, and portrs. 20481.17 

"Bibliography of the Imaginary conversation-, i 
hy Lucy Crump," vi. Ml 

C;,/. tits : - i. Cla->ical dialogues : (.reck. Unman. ii. 
Classical dialogues: Itoman. Dialogues ,,f sovereign- and' 
"talesmen. Hi. Dialogues of sovereign- and statesmen. 
Dialogue* of literary men. iv. Dialogues of litcrarv men 
v. Dialogues of literary men. Dialogues ,,f famous women. 
Miscellaneous dialogues. - vi. Miscellaneous dialogues. 

Xandor, Walter Savage. Poems, dialogues in 
verse, and epigrams; edited with notes, by C. (i. 
Crump. 2vol. London. 1892. 8. Front, and 
fac-sim. 20482.11 

"Bibliography of Laudor's poetical works," i. xvi.-xvii. 
Content*: i. Dramatic scenes. ii. Poems and epi- 

Lowell, James Russell. The old English dram- 
atists. Boston, etc. 1892. sm. 8. Port. 


Content*: Introductory. Marlowe. Wchstrr. 
Chapman. Besomont and Fletcher. Maasinger and Ford. 

These lectures were delivered he fore the Lowell in-i 
Boston, in 1887, and appeared in Harper' t maoa;!,,,, from 
June to Nov. 1892. 

Published uniform with the Riverside edition of his com- 
plete works. 

Lydgate, or LIDGATE, John. Temple of glas. 
Edited, with introduction and notes, by .1. Scliick. 
London. 1891. 8. (EARLY KN..MSH : 
CIKTV. [Publ.] Extra series, 60.) 

Eng. Xit. 1574 

Maartens, Maarten, pseudon. See Poorsen- 
Schwartz, J. VAN DKK. 

Macdonald, George. There and back. Bos- 
ton. [1892.] sm. 8. pp. 634. 22475.4 

Maerlant, Jacob VAN. Dit is die istor 
Troyen. naar het vijftiendeeuwsche handschrift 
van Wessel van de Loe met al de middelneder- 
landschc Cragmenten, dii)lomatiseh nit^eirc\cn door 
Napoleon de Pauw & Edward Gailliard. Decl i. iii. 
Gent. 1889-91. 8. Fac-sims. IV. 3855 

Founded on Heiioist .it'Saint-Maure's "Roman de Ti 
Maeterlinck, Maurice. La princesse Maleine. 
5 e ed. Brnxelles. isiu. sin. 8. 12565.3 

Mitchell, Silas Weir. The cup of youth, and 
other poems. Boston, etc. 1889. 8. pp. (6).. 

AX 2469.5.30 

Mitchell, Silas Weir. A psalm of deaths, and 
other poems. Boston, etc. 1890. 8. pp. 

AX 2469.5.68 

Nichol, John. Thomas Carlyle. London, tic. 
1892. sni.8. (EXOLUH men of letters.) 2O45L88 
Piero (hi Siena. La bella Camilla: pocinetto 
pubblicato per cura di Vittorio Kiorini. con pr. 
/ionv di Toinniasd Ca-ini. Bologna. 1892. sm. 8. 
s- i I.TA di curiosjia Irtterarie. LM:<.) 35.63 

" Kdi/ione di soli '.tl-J cs, -mplari. N. 160." 
[Poorsen-Schwartz, .1. \ \\ DKR.] A qu 
tion of taste: a no\d. By Maarteii Maan 
[pseudon.}. London. 1892. sm.8". (The.i:..s 
copyright series.) IV. 385O 

Pnlle, Krance-co I.<.r.-n/o. r,li/<-. T. sii antichi 
oil.-iii-M dal si-colo \i\ alia nieta drl .secolo xvir. 
Bologna. ISDl. sm. 8". (SCKI.TA di curi..- 
h-tterarie, 242.) 35.63 

" K.liTlionr. di -oli 'jr.' f.emplari. N. 41." 

Hal/.titlr : " Letteratura d. I dinleit., d> M,,dena, v.,1. i." 

Raaachmaier, A. C'lier den flgiirlicheii ge- 
irantdi der /alilen im altt'ran/osisclicn. I'irlan^ 
etc. 1892. 8. (M&NCHKWBR beitragetur rom* 
nischen und englischen philologie, 8.) VII. 2802 



Repplier, Agnes, editor. A. book of famous 
verse [for children]. Boston, etc. 1892. sm. 8. ; 


Revell, William F. Browning's criticism of 
life. London, etc. 1892. 16. Port, of Brown- 
ing. (The DILETTANTE library, 7.) 23444.34 i 

Contents: Human nature and conduct. Religious 
thought. Knowledge and love. "Sordello's story told.'' 

Riley, James Whitcomb. The flying islands of 
the night. [A fantastic drama in verse.] Indian- I 
apolis. 1892. sm. 8. pp. (8), 88. 

AX 3145.4.12 

Ritchie, Mrs. Anne (Isabella) THACKERAT. 
Records of Tennyson, Ruskin, [Robert and Eliza- | 
beth Barrett] Browning. New York. 1892. 8. | 
Portrs., u-dcts., andfac-sims. 10436.17 

Robertson, John M. Essays towards a critical 
method. London. 1889. 8. VII. 2830 

Cuntent* : Science in criticism: Historic phases, Recent ! 
nihilism, The problem stated, Principles of practice. Mr. 
Howell's uovels. (1884.) The fable of the bees [by De 
Mandeville]. (1886.) The art of Tennyson. (1887.) 

The second essay appeared originally in the Westminster 
rerieic ; the last two in Our corner. 

Rumbaur, Otto. Die geschichte von Appius 
und Virginia in der englischen litteratur. 
Inaugural-dissertation. Breslau. 1890. 8. 
pp. 48+. 1O468.7 

" Lebenslauf," after p. 48. 

Saintsbnry, George. Miscellaneous essays. 
London. 1892. sm. 8. 20424.11 

Contents : English prose style. Chamfort and Rivarol. 
Modem English prose, 1876. Ernest Renan. Thoughts 
on republics. Saint-Evremond. Charles Baudelaire. 
The young England movement. A paradox on Quinet. 
The contrasts of English and French literature. A frame 
of miniatures : Parny, Dorat, Desaugiers, Vade, Piron, 
Panard. The present state of the English novel, 1892. 

Saintsbnry, George, editor. Tales of mystery. 
[From the works of] Mrs. Radcliffe, Lewis, [and] 
Maturin. New York. 1891. sq. 24. (The POCKET 
library of English literature, 1.) 19465.5 

Schiitze. Karl. Die lieder Heinrichs von Mo- 
rungen auf ihre echtheit gepriift. Inaugural- 
dissertation. Kiel. 1890. 8. pp. (2), ii., (2), 


" Lehenslauf," pp. 87-88. 

Scollard, Clinton. Songs of sunrise lands. 
Boston, etc. 1892. sm. 8. AX 3344.3.20 

Seegers, Hermann. Neue beitriige zur text- 
kritik von Hartmanns Gregorius. Inaugural- 
dissertation. Kiel. 1890. 8. pp. 47+. 

" Lebenslauf," after p. 47. 16525.24 

Selden, John. Table talk ; edited with an in- 
troduction and notes by S. H. Reynolds. Oxford. 
1892. 8. 14433.25 

Sharp, Amy. Victorian poets. London. 1891. 
*m. 8. (UNIVERSITY extension series.) 10436.33 

"List of books, Record of dates," pp. vii.-xvi. 
^ Content*: Introduction. Tennyson. Browning. 
Elizabeth Barrett Browning. Clough and Matthew Ar- 
nold. Dante Gabriel Rossetti, William Morris, and Swin- 
burne. Minor poets. 

Smyth, Albert Henry. The Philadelphia maga- 
zines and their contributors. 1741-1850. Phila- 
delphia. 1892. sm. 8. AX 3O7.22O 

Stanhope, Philip Dormer, \th earl of Chester- 
field. Letters, with the Characters. Edited, with 
introduction, notes, and index, by John Bradshaw. 
3 vol. (paged contin.). London. 1892. 8. pp. 
~^ ;; -L-i. + xvi., 1453. 17412.32 

Stedman, Edmund Clarence. The nature and 
elements of poetry. Boston, etc. 1892. sm. 8. 
Front. VII. 2818 

" The series of lectures contained in this volume, although 
now somewhat revised and extended, formed the initial 
course, as delivered in 1891, of the Percy Turnbull memorial 
lectureship of poetry at Johns Hopkins university." In- 

Stevenson, Robert Louis. Ballads. New 
York. 1890. sm. 8. pp. vi., 85. 2O425.47 

Content* : The song of Rahero. The feast of famine. 
Tieonderoga; a legend of the West Highlands. Heather 
ale; a Galloway legend. Christmas at sea. 

Stewart, George, jr. Essays from reviews. 
Quebec. 1892. 24. AL 198.92 

Content* : Life and times of Longfellow. (The Scottish 
review, Julv, 1886.) James Russell Lowell. (The Arena, 
Oct. 1891.) Oliver Wendell Holmes. (The Arena, July, 
1891.) John Greenleaf Whittier. (The Arena, Dec. 1891.") 

Sudermann. Hermann. Dame Care ; trans- 
lated from the German by Bertha Overbeck. New 
York. 1891. sm. 8. Port. ([The ODD number 
series.]) 2O574.37 

Sutherland, James Middleton. William Words- 
worth ; the story of his life, with critical remarks 
on his writings. 2d ed., revised and enlarged. 
London. 1892. sm. 8. 18447.34 

Swan wick, Anna. Poets the interpreters of 
their age. London, etc. 1892. sm. 8. IV. 3883 

Swinburne, Algernon Charles. The sisters; a 
tragedy. London. 1892. sm. 8. 23476.39 

Tennyson, Alfred, 1st baron. The death of 
CEnone, Akbar's dream, and other poems. New 
York, etc. 1*92. sm. 8. 23487.7.2 

Thorean. Henry David. Autumn ; from the 
journal of Thoreau. Edited by H. G. 0. Blake. 
Boston, etc. 1892. 8. AX 3639.29 

Tnrgenieff, Ivan (Sergeievitch). CEuvres 
dernieres. 2 e ed. Paris. [1885.] 18. IV. 3849 

" I. S. Tourgueneff, par E. M. de Vogiie," pp. 1-81. 

Contents: Monsieur Francois; soiivenir de 1848. Le 
chant de 1'ainour triomphaut. Apres la mort; Clara Mi- 
liteh. Uu incendie en mer. Discours prononce sur la 
tombe de I. Tourgueneff le 1 oct., 18S3, pur M. Reuan. 

Vogels, Johann. Handschriftliche untersu- 
chungen iiber die englische version Mandeville's- 
Crefeld. [1891.] 4. pp. 52. (Progr. d. realgym. 
" 1891, nr. 472.") 12476.38 

W., L. C. The Haydocks' testimony. Phila- 
delphia. 1890. sm. 8". AX 4341.12 

A story of the quakers in the South during the war of the 

Wahle, Julius. Das Weimarer hoftheater un- 
ter Goethes leitung. Aus neuen quellen bearbei- 
tet. [With ' Urkunden aus den zeiten der thea- 
terdirektion Goethes ; vortrag gehalten in der 
generalversammlung der Goethe-gesellschaft am 
8. mai. 1891. von Bernhard Suphan."] Weimar. 
1892. 8. (GOETHE-GESELLSCHAFT. Schriften, 6.) 


Weigand, Wilhelm. Essays. Miinchen. 1892. 
8. 7557.24 

Contents : Voltaire. Jean Jacques Rousseau. Sainte- 
Beuve und H. Taine. Znr psychologic der decadence 
(Henri Frederic Amicl und Charles Baudelaire). Zur psy- 
chologie des lO.jahrhunderts (Ueberdasbiirgertum : Wilhelm 
von liumboldt; Ernest Renan; Carlyle; Balzac; Flaubert; 
die briider Goncourt; Emile Zola; graf von Schack &c.). 

Whittier, John Greenleaf. At sundown. [A 

collection of his later poems. New ed.] With 

designs by E. H. Garrett. Boston, etc. 1892. 

sm. 8. Port, and plates. AX 4162.308 

Printed on one side of the leaf only. 



Wigston. W. F. C. Francis Bacon, poet, 
prophet, philosopher, versus phantom Captain 
Shakespeare tin- Kosirrueian mask. London. 1891. 
8. Port, of Bacon and fuc-m ',,1*. 12454.32 

Wilkins. Mary Elinor. A humble romance, 
and other stories. New York, etc. [1887.] sin. S". 

AL 4165.4.15 

Other ttoriet : Two old lovers. A *\niphony inlasen- 
dor. A tardy Thanksgiving. A modern dragon. An 
honest -..ill. 'A taste of honey. Hrakes an<l white \i'lets. 

Koliins and hammers. On 'the Walpole road. Old lady 
Pingree. Ciniiamon roses. The bar light-house. A lover 
nl" (lowers. A far-away melody. A moral exigency. A 
mistaken charity. (icntian. An object of love. A gath- 
erer of simples. An independent thinker. In butterfly 
time. An unwilling guest. A souvenir. An old arith- 
metician. A conflict ended. A patient waiter. A con- 
quest <>f humility. 

Wilkins, Mary Elinor. Young Lneretia. and 
other stories. New York. 1892. sm.8. Illustr. 

AL 4165.4.5O 

Other tloritit: How Fidelia went to the store. Ann 
Mary; her two Thanksgivings. Ann Li/y's patchwork. 
The little Persian princes*. Where the Christmas-tree 
grew. Where Sarali Jane's doll went. Seventoes' ghost. 

Little Mirandy, and how she earned her shoes. A liars- 
nip -tew. The Diekey boy. A sweet-grass basket. 
Mehitable Lamb. 

"Winter, William. Old shrines and ivy. New 
York, etc. 1892. 24". AL 4172.75 

.'< : Storied Soiitiia-.npton. Pageantry and relics. 

The Shakespeare chureh. A Stratford chronicle. From 
London to Dover. Beauties of France. Kly and its cathe- 
dral. From Edinburgh to Inverness. The field of Cullo- 
den. Storm-bound in lona. The forest of Arde.n: As 
vou like it. Fairy land: A midsummer night's dream. 
Will o' the wisp :" Love's labour's lost. 'Shakespeare's 
Shrew. A mad world: Antony ami Cleopatra. Sheridan 
and the School for scandal. Faninhar and the Inconstant. 

Longfellow. A thought on Cooper's novels. A man of 
letters: John K. (. Hazard. 

["Wordsworth, William.] Lyrical ballads ; re- 
printed from the first edition, 1798. Edited by 
Edward Dowden. 2d ed. London. 1891. sm. 8. 

" 1000 copies." 18446.34 

"The rime of the ancyent marinere " and three other 
poems by Coleridge are included in this collection. 
With a reprint of the original title-page. 


Additions to the Dante Society's collection in 
Harvard College Library. 

Agrehti, Alberto. Dante e Vanni Kurd; nota 
letta all" aceademia pontaniana nella tornata del 24 
uprile, 1892. Napoli. 1892. 1.8. pp. (2), 8. 

Dn. 125.6.4 

.tto dal rol. xxii. degli Atti (if II' m-i-.n/i >ni,i /Hindi. 

Barbi, Midielr. I't-r il testo della Divina eoni- 
media. Kmna. ]>;!. H". pp. :.<>. Dn. 126.26 

" K-tratto dftlla Hi. >''/</ ilnliiitin, 

anno \ i. n. .'.. e anno vii. n. 8." 

, Tiiuber, Ne- 
groni, and other* on the t< 

Bennassnti, Luiiri. II peccatore santifioato 

nella neorren/a di Pasqua per Dante Alighirri. 
[A synoptical tal>le of the steps of saiictifieatinn 
drawn from the I Mvina commedia.] Koma. 1868. 
li roadside. Dn. 126.15.2 

Casini, Toinmaso. [Keview of] L' ultimo ri- 
fugio di Dante Alighieri [by <'orralo Hicci). 
Roma. 1892. 8. pp. L'4. Dn. 535.13 

" Dalla \noni nnMogia, vol. .\x\vi., <erie iii. fa.s<-. del 16 
gen. 1892." 

Claricini Dornpacher, Xicolo IK'. Quando 
nacque Cani, r rande I. della Scala, con altre notixie 
sulla sna iriovinex/a. I'adova. 1892. 8. pp. ,"i!. 

Dn. 402.8 

Dante Alighleri. La divina commedia. Hivc- 
duta nel lesto e eommeiitata da (J. A. Seartazzini. 
Ed. minore. Milano. 1893 [1892]. MIL 8. 
pp. xvi., 946, (2), cxxiv. Vign. of Dante. 

" Kimario della Divina eommcdia," jip. i.-c. Dn. 28.9! 

Dante Alighieri. (Jottliche komodie ; iiber 
setzt und erlautert von Friedrich Notter. 2 bde. 
Stuttgart. [1871-72.] 16. Dn. 98.1.5 

"Dante's lehen und ausichti-n," i. 1-153. 

Dante Alighieri. L' Inferno; dichiarato 
giovani da Angelo de Gnbernatis. Firenze. 
32. Dn. 28.8T 

Dante Alighieri. The new life. Translati 
[with essays and notes] by C. E. Norton. Huston, 
etc. 1892." 12". Dn. 384. 

Dolecluze, F.tienne Jean. Dante, etait-il here 
tique? [Paris. 1834.] 8. pp. :'<;. Dn. 178.J 

"Ext.rait de la Revue de deur mondet, 15 f^v. 18.'J4." 

Gioia, Carmine. A diporto per il Purgatorio 
Dante. Homa. 1891. 8. pp. 28. Dn. 131.2< 

Gioia, Carmine. M. G. Ponta e G. B. (iiiilian 
o Bell' esemjiio d' amicizia tra due dantisti. Koina 
1892. 1.8. pp.21. Dn. 131.26.3 

Giordano, Antoiuno. Hreve esposizione dell 
Divina eonmiedia. 2* ed. rivednta ed aiiipliatu 
Napoli. is!*!', sm. 8. pp. 93 + . Dn. 131.2! 

" Jtinerario della Divina commedia," pp. 87-93. 

Lubiii. Antonio. II cerchio che, secondo Dante, 

fa parere \'ctiere serotina e niattntina, secondo 
due diversi ti'ini)i; e deduzioni che se ne traggono 
Bologna. 1892. 8. pp. 83. Hintfra. 

Dn. 136.4.( 

" K~tratto dal /'rnjnignntorf, nuova >erie, \,,l. v . jit. 

Rnndi, Luigi. II marito e i flglinoli di Reatrir 

Portinari. Lettera al prof. Nidoro del I.ii 
[Firenze. l.s9L'.] sm. 8. pp. 1C. Dn. 417. 

:(tto dalla / lii/ilintrrfir, anno iv.. nur 

Virgilio, (iiuxanni in i . .loannis de Virgiliot 

Dantis Alagerii Kdogae : edidit .1. C. Orelliu* 

\tO liol.AM). Carmen de hello ii: 

Kuneivalle, 1839, 4", pp. 14-32.) 27276.6( 


MAY, 1893. 


OR Y . VII. No. 3. 



librarian of tfjt " 




OFFICIAL. From the Corporation Records Science, 154: Useful Arts, 159; Fine Arts, 160; 

~. Overseers' Records Anuquities, ic>a; History and Geography. 164; Law 

ACCESSIONS TO THE LIBRARIES and Socir. . Literature. 

General, 145; Theology and Philosophy, 147 (includ- BOOK FUNDS 

Sermons in memory of Philh'fs Brooks, : HISTORICAL LITERATURE OF NORTH CAROLINA . . 189 



Mi i MM. OF JANUARY 9, 1893. The Treasurer reported the receipt of $400 from Judge Low KI.I. 
ami .Mrs. I, OWELL, being the eighth annual payment for the George Fmerson Lowell Scholarships, ami 
the same was gratefully accepted. 

Voted, that the thanks of tin- President and Fellows be sent to Mr>. Hi. MM I>KMT.I:, of New York, 
for her additional gift of 8833.33 received December 29, is'.L', towards the expenses at the Observatory 
of Harvard University on account of the Draper Memorial. 

The Treasurer reported that he had received from Mr. JACOB II. Si nui the sum of 8500 to be 
expended for books for the Semitic Reference Library, at the discretion of Professors TOT and Lvov, 
and said gift was gratefully accepted. 

The Treasurer reported that he had received the sum of $4850 as capital with $550 as accrued 
income, in full for the proceeds of the bequest of CYRUS M. WAKHK.V for " the promotion of chemical 
research or the advancement of chemical science." Said sums are the net proceeds of fifty shares of the 
stock of the Warren-Scharf Asphalt Paving Company, after deducting .sl.">i> for a collateral inheritance 
tax to be paid under protest. This bequest was gratefully accepted and it was 

Voted, that the thanks of the President and Fellows be sent to Mr. WAUUEN'S Executors for their 
kind consideration of the interests of the University. 

Voted, at the request of the artist, and with the approval of the Law School Association, to lend the 
portrait of Professor LAXGUELL by FREDERIC P. VIXTON for exhibition at the Columbian Kxposition at 
Chicago, provided that Mr. Vinton will undertake all responsibility for insurance, and for the risk and 
cost of transportation from Cambridge and back. 

Voted, to reappoint THOMAS HATFIELD CCRRIE, A.B., Assistant in Mineralogy for 1892-93. 

Voted, to appoint Aium i: .It n-ox OLDHAM, D.M.D., Instructor in Mechanical Dentistry for I- 

Voted, to proceed to the election of three trustees of the Museum of Fine Arts to serve for one year 
from January 1, 1893, whereupon ballots being given in it appeared that HEXRY LEE, WILLIAM Sn 
P.I'.I i.-.\\ . ami Aimiru ASTOR CAREY were elected. / 

The Treasurer reported the receipt of the annual gift of 8500 from an anonymous friend to \\ 
the salary of the Professor of Entomology and the same was gratefully accepted. 

Mi \. TING OF JANUARY 30, 1893. Voted, that the thanks of the President and Fellows W sent to 
Dr. Jo\ A i ii \v \V. P. i. MIS for his offer to give to the College a portrait of the late (HOK..I I Jr.Mis, the 
founder of the He-mis Professorship of International Law. and that the portrait he accepted to he placed 
in the Library of the Law School. 

The Treasurer having read to the Board a letter written on January P.. 1SS2. by the late Wn I.IAM 
F. \Vi.i.n. Jr.. in relation to the anonymous gift he then made of x'.Mi.oun for a new professorship in the 
Law School, and having stated that the obligation of secrecy no longer exilte, \\ was 

Voted, that the Law School professorship which was founded in 1882 be hereafter called tl 
Professorship of Law in memory of the late WILLIAM F. \Yi:i.i>. .Jr.. who generously gave $90,000 to 
found it. but would not allow the name of the giver to be made known during his life. 

Vntnl. that the thanks of the President and Fellows be sent to Mrs. Hi. sin DI:API:I:. of New York, 
for her additional '_'ift of 833.88, received January 17, ls:t;{, towards tin- expenses at the Ob-en 
of Harvard University on account of the Draper Memorial. 

Vntxl. that the thanks of the President and Fellows lie sent to Mi l.i< i ELLIS for her generous 
offer to give to the Medical School the sum of 820OO yearly for five \.-ar-. and that assurance he 
to her that ilie money will be faithfully used in accordance with her wi-hr- ;is expressed to the Tn-.i 
in writing on January UC. 

The offer of Mr \V.\i i., 1 1 n.,.i \~, ,s to add the sum of .S."><)0 to the < Jeorge M. Sohier Pri/e Fund. 
which he founded in l-'.M. was gratefully accepted on the conditions named in hi- letter of January 10, 
1898, to tl and Fell 

that the thanks of the President and Fell..u- be >.,.,, t t,, Mr \i i 1:1 i> T. \Vnni for hi 
to ' promote within the College the -tudy of the problems of the day in -ocial ami political coon- 
' and that said sum be spent at the discretion of Professor FI:\N- i- (i. Prvr.M-v. through hm 
:ft was made. 


The Treasurer reported gifts to be used at the discretion of the President and Fellows to provide and 
equip a new building for the Dental School, and stated that other gifts for the same purpose would 
probably be made. It was thereupon 

Voted, that the thanks of the President and Fellows be sent to each giver, and that each name be 
entered upon the Donation Book of the College. 

The Treasurer reported a gift of 8200 from the Rev. ANDREW P. PEABODT for the Semitic depart- 
ment. to be used at the discretion of Professors TOY and LYOX, and the same was gratefully accepted. 

The Treasurer reported a gift of 850 from Mr. ALEXANDER STRAUS* and others, to increase the 
salary of Mr. G. A. RKISNER in the Semitic department during the current academic year, and the same 
was gratefully accepted. 

Voted, to grant the request of Assistant Professor A. B. HART for leave of absence for the academic 
year 1SD4-95 in accordance with the rules establish^! by this Board May 31, 1880. 

The resignation of AUGUSTUS W. LONG, A.M.. a< Proctor was received and accepted. 

Voted, to appoint as Proctor for the remainder of the year 1892-93, ALEXANDER LEE BOXDU- 

The Treasurer stated that researches made by Mr. ANDREW MCFARLAND DAVIS have brought to 
light the fact that Lady ANN MOWLSOX, of London, in the year 1643. founded the first scholarship in 
Harvard College by the gift of 100 "current English mony," requesting "that JOHN WELD now a 
scholler in the sd Colledge shall have the sd stipend till he attaine the degree of a Master of Arts," and 
afterwards some other poor scholar in like manner, any kinsman of Lady MOWLSOX having preference 
over other scholars. 

It also appears clearly that the gift was at first held by the Colony of the Massachusetts Bay, and 
that the principal sum with accrued interest from 1685 was paid over by the Province Treasurer to the 
College in the year 1713. It is probable that this fund was mixed with other College funds during the 
early part of the last century and now forms part of the Stock account. It was thereupon 

Voted, to take from the Stock account, as of August 1, 1892, the sum of 85000 and to re-establish the 
Lady Mowlson Scholarship with an income at present of 8200. 

Voted, that after the close of the current academic year the care of students' rooms in the Foxcroft 
House shall be assumed by the College, and that the appropriation of 8275 a year heretofore made to 
the Foxcroft Club shall be discontinued. 

MEETING OF FEBRUARY 13, 1893. Notice was received from CHARLES G. WELD, Esq., Executor 
of the will of the late WILLIAM F. WELD, of a bequest to Harvard University of 8100,000 without any 
conditions attached. 

Voted, that the thanks of the President and Fellows be sent to Mrs. ANNE M. SWEETSER for her 
additional gift of 81000, through Dr. FRANCIS B. HAURINGTON. to be added to the principal of the Isaac 
Sweetser Scholarship. 

The President read a letter from HENRY SALTONSTALL, Esq.. offering to give to the College a 
portrait of his son, GURDON SALTONSTALL, who was a student in Harvard College in 1874 and : 
whereupon this gift was gratefully accepted, the portrait to be hung in Memorial Hall on the usual 

Voted, that the thanks of the President and Fellows be sent to JOHN BARTLETT, Esq., for the very 
interesting collection of books on Proverbs, Emblems, and the Dance of Death, which he has given to 
the College Library. 

The resignation of Professor WILLIAM H. BURR, C.E., as Professor of Engineering, was received 
and accepted to take effect at the end of the current academic year. 

The resignation of HARRY F. BROWN, A.M.. as Assistant in Chemistry was received and accepted. 

Voted, to appoint CYRUS GUERNSEY PKINGLE Botanical Collector for the year 1893. 

MEETING OF FEBRUARY 27, 1893. Voted, that the thanks of the President and Fellows be sent to 
Mrs. HENRY DRAPER, of Now York, for her additional gift of 8833.33 received February 20, 1893, 
towards the expenses at the Observatory of Harvard University on account of the Draper Memorial. 

Voted, that a gift of 815 from Mr. ALFRED T. WHITE, being an addition to a payment of $10 for a 
duplicate pamphlet from the Library, be gratefully accepted and credited to the Library Duplicate 

The Treasurer reported that he had received from Mr. HEXRY SALTOXSTALL the sum of $3000 to be 
added to the Dorothy Saltonstall Scholarship Fund on condition that the name of that fund shall be 
changed to Saltonstall Scholarship Fund, and the gift was gratefully accepted. 


Voted, that the Dorothy Saltonstall Scholarship Fund shall hereafter be called the Saltonstall Schol- 
arship Fund, and that tin- Saltonstall Scholarships which are restricted to " dissenters " shall be called 
the Mary Saltonstall Scholarships. 

The Treasurer reported that he had received the sum of $5000 for the bequest of ORLANDO W. DOE 
made by the ninth article of his will, as follows : 

"To Harvard University five thousand dollars ($5000), the interest of one half to be given as a 
scholarship annually to a deserving student in the academical department. The interest of the other 
half to be given annually as a scholarship to a deserving student in the Medical department." 

Voted, that this bequest be gratefully accepted and that two scholarships amounting at present to 
$100 each be established from the income of the Orlando W. Doe Scholarship Fund. 

MEETING OF MARCH 9, 1893. The President laid before the Board the following declaration of 
trust, or terms of subscription, for the Phillips Brooks House, and after full consideration the Board 
authorized the President to say to the Committee having the undertaking in charge that the President 
and Fellows assent to the said declaration, and will gladly carry out its provisions so far as their action 

may be required. 


" Friends and Classmates of Phillips Brooks propose, with the consent of the President and Fellows of Harvard Uni- 
versity, to erect in the College Yard a building to be called Phillips Brooks House, to be perpetually maintained and used in 
that spirit which filled his life. 

"'He was,' says President Eliot, 'one of the greatest benefactors the University ever had; for he gave himself, his 
time, thought, and love, his burning words, and his convincing example of purity, uprightness, and manly piety.' 

" The plans will be made satisfactory to the President and Fellow* who will assign a good site for the building in (lie 
College Yard, and accept the building and its endowment upon the trust to maintain and use the building and apply the 
endowment to its maintenance in such manner as they, in their discretion, shall from time to time deem best for the religious, 
charitable, and social interests of the University, in accordance with the following statement, signed by Phillips Hr..,,k*, 
November, 1890, as one of the Preachers to the t 'Diversity : 

"The building ' should contain a general reading-room for students, rooms for the various religious societies, and large 
and small rooms for meetings and for the use of the Preachers. It should be generously used for all the various public 
interests of University life, and should unite and strengthen many undertakings which now rather tend to divide the force* 
which make for good among the students.' 

"The President and Fellows will arrange all details of use and administration in accordance with their own judgment, 
provided, however, that among other good uses the building shall always be used impartially and without favor for all those 
forms of spiritual activity, benevolent action, and religious aspiration in which the best life of the I'niversity may, without 
distinction of sect or denomination, from time to time find expres-ion. 

"To do this a fund of not less than $300,000 is needed. The use of the building and endowment will be broad, ami 
will develop many methods of application which cannot now be foreseen. Some of those objects which are desired arc 
expressed in the accompanying circular, but the subscription is not limited to the uses therein mentioned, if others of like 
good character arise. 

" Subscriptions to the fund may be sent to any member of the Committee or to EDWARD W. HOOPER, Treasurer, No. 60 

State Street, Boston. 

* * * 

. * * 

Committe t. 

" The undersigned severally agree each to give the sum set against his name to be used and applied to the erection and 
endowment of Phillips Brooks House upon the general plan and specific tru-t -et forth in the foregoing statement of the 

MEETING OF MARCH 14, 1893. Voted, that the additional gift of $150 from ROBERT N. Torrw 
Esq., fora prize in Political Science, be gratefully accepted, and that the Treasurer be requested to 
make suitable acknowledgment therefor. 

The Treasurer reported that he had receive. 1 from Mr. HKMIY LKK the sum of 81000 as his " sub- 
scription to a Phillips Brooks House in the College Yard on the condition that it is placed, built, and 
carried on under tin- direction of the College." It was thereupon 

Voted, that this gift and any other gifts for the same purpose be gratefully accepted. 

Voted, that the thanks of the President and Fellows be sent to each giver towards a Phillips Brook* 
House, and that the name of each be entered on the Donation Book of the Co'L 

The Treasurer read the following letter : 

" ( AMBIUDUE, 6 Ah St., March 2, 1898. 
EKKTT, !> nn of the IHrinity Family: 

" PF.AK Sin. In th<- will of my moth.-r, I.onsA .1. I I.M.I., dated May 21, 1RW, i the' following item : 

" I licfjin .if!; rut., tl,. II.u-\.ird Divinity School, when- my liu*lmnd ami on have been irnxluatcd, live hundred dollar*.' 
" In accordance with thi* direction I take much pleasure in enclosing a check for $600 payable to the Trranurrr of the 
University, and remain, Yours with great regard, 

(Signed) ',I:DWABD U. HALL, Ertcvtor." 

Forwarded to Mr. HOOFXB by C. C. Evnurrr. 


And it was thereupon 

Voted, to establish the Louisa J. Hall Fund with a principal of $500, the income of which shall be 
for books for the Divinity School Library until the further order of this Board. 

Voted , that the thanks of the President and Fellows be sent to Dr. J. L. HILDRETH for his gift of $50 
to the Library, and that the money be used towards the cost of providing additional stack-room for 

Voted, that the thanks of the President and Fellows be sent to Miss ALICK M. LONGFELLOW for her 
gift, on behalf of her father's family, of 676 volumes of American Poetry, a collection formed largely 
from presentation copies by the late Professor HENRY W. LONGFELLOW. 

Voted, at the request of the " Committee on Retrospective Art for Boston " of the World's Colum- 
bian Exposition, to lend for exhibition at Chicago the portrait of Madam BOYLSTON by COPLEY, on con- 
dition that it be insured for 10,000 against loss or injury from any cause. 

Voted, to lend to the United States Government. Department of Justice, for exhibition at Chicago, 
the copy of "Monroe's View of the Executive," with Washington's annotations, which belongs to the 

Voted, that the thanks of the President and Fellows be sent to Mr. ALEXANDER AGASSIZ for his 
liberal arrangement as to the use of a table at the Zoological Station at Naples for the next three years, 
by some student or students to be selected by the Faculty of the Museum of Comparative Zoology in 
accordance with the conditions named in Mr. AGASSIZ'S letter of February 16, 1893, to President ELIOT 
which is on file with the record of this meeting. 

The resignation of Mr. WILLIAM C. LANE, Assistant Librarian of the College Library, was accepted 
at his request to take effect on April 8th next. 

Voted, to appoint GEORGE WASHINGTON CRAM. A.B., Recorder. 

Voted, to appoint the following Library Assistants for 1892-93 : FRANK CARNEY. ALFRED CLAGHORN 

MEETING OF MARCH 27, 1893. The Treasurer reported that he had received an additional gift of 
8">n from the Dante Society for the purchase of books for the Dante Collection, and the same was 
gratefully accepted. 

Voted, that Professor COOKE, as Director of the Mineralogical Museum, be authorized to loan to 
Messrs. TIFFANY & Co. for exhibition at the "World's Columbian Exposition" at Chicago, certain 
minerals which were bought from Messrs. TIFFANY by Mr. GARLAND, and by him presented to Harvard 
College. This loan to be made only in case the assent of Mr. GARLAND shall be first obtained, and also 
an agreement from Messrs. TIFFANY & Co. that in case of loss or injury to any of the specimens they 
will pay to the College such sum as Mr. GARLAND shall decide to be a fair equivalent for such loss or 

The Treasurer reported that he had received from the American Book Company the sum of 83074.65 
on account of the Gray Botanical copyrights. 

MEETING OF APRIL 3, 1893. The Treasurer reported the receipt of 600 from Mrs. C. M. BAR- 
NARD, being her tenth annual payment for the Warren H. Cudworth Scholarships, and the same was 
gratefully accepted. 

Voted, that the thanks of the President and Fellows be sent to Mrs. HENRY DRAPER, of New York, 
for her additional gift of 8833.33 received March 31. 1893. towards the expenses at the Observatory of 
Harvard University on account of the Draper Memorial. 

Voted, that the offer of Mr. ARTHUR ROTCH to guarantee a subscription of 83500 towards the current 
expenses of the Lawrence Scientific School for 1893-94 be gratefully accepted. 

A petition was received from officers and students of the University asking that a new dining hall be 
built by the Corporation to provide for men who cannot be cared for at Memorial Hall, and the whole 
subject was referred to Dr. WALCOTT and the TREASURER to see if a satisfactory scheme for another 
dining association could be devised, so as to warrant an advance of money by the Corporation for the 

MEETING OF APRIL 10. 1893. The Treasurer reported that he had received from Mr. ROBERT 
TREAT PAINE, as Executor of the late ROBERT TREAT PALNE, the sum of 8153.447.51 as an addition to 
the Robert Treat Paine Fund for the Observatory, from the residue of the estate, said sum having been 
held in trust for Mrs. PAINE during her life. 

Voted, to grant the request of Instructor JEFFERSON B. FLETCHER for two year's leave of absence 
without salary from Oct. 1, 1893. 


Voted, to re-appoint BARRETT WENDELL, A.B., Assistant Professor of English for five years from 
September 1, 1893. 

Voted, to appoint EDWAHD CUMMINGS, A.M., Assistant Professor of Sociology for five years from 

September 1, 1893. 

Voted, to appoint ALBERT ANDREW HOWARD, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Latin for five years from 
September 1, 1893. 

Voted, to appoint Professor JOHN EDWARD RUSSELL of Williams College to be Lecturer on Theology 
for the academic year 1893-94. 

The Treasurer reported that he had received the sum of $71.25 from Professor R. II. FIT/. M.D., 
to pay for one of the microscopes recently ordered for the Pathological department, and the same wa* 
gratefully accepted. 


Mi i TING OF JANUARY 11, 1893. Voted, to concur with the President and Fellows in their votes: 
Klt-cting as Trustees of the Museum of Fine Arts for one year from January 1, 1893, HK.NUI l.i.i:. 
D.M.D., Instructor in Mechanical Dentistry for 1892-93. 

MEETING OF JANUARY 25, 1893. The proposal that "some scholarships in the College should be 
opened to general competition without regard to the pecuniary circumstances of the applicants " was 
considered and was not adopted. Yeas, 5 ; Nays, 14. 

The report of the Committee on the Jefferson Physical Laboratory was received. 

MEETING OF APRIL 12, 1893. The Board concurred in the appointments of the President ami Fel- 
lows : Re-appointing BARRETT WENDELL, A.B., Assistant Professor of English for five years from 
September 1, 1893; and appointing ALBERT ANDREW HOWARD, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Latin for 
five years from September 1, 1893; EDWARD CUMMINGS, A.M.. Assistant Professor of Sociology for five 
years from September 1, 1893; AI.I:XAM>I;K LKE BONDURANT, A.M., Proctor for the remainder of the 
year 1892-93; Professor JOHN EDWARD RUSSELL of Williams College to be Lecturer on Theology for 
the academic year 1893-94. 

Messrs. LYMAN, LEE, and SPRAGUE were appointed to prepare resolutions of respect on the late 

A majority report of the Committee extending the right to vote for Overseers to the professional 
schools was introduced and the matter referred to the next meeting. 


MAY IST, 1893. 

%* This list of accessions includes (1) nearly all the recently published books and pamphlets that 
are received (except annual reports, periodical publications, continued works, etc. received regularly 
from time to time), and (2) the more extensive and important works of earlier date. 

Anonymous works relating to a person are entered under the name of the person indented. 

Accessions to the several department libraries are indicated by heavy-faced letters after the titles 
as follows : 

AH. American History Class Room. 

AO. Astronomical Observatory. 

BG. Botanic Gard. (Herbarium Lib.) 

BI. Bussey Institution. 

Bot. Lab. Botanical Laboratory. 

Class. Classical Department. 

DS. Divinity School. 

FA. Fine Arts Department. 

Geol. Lab. Geological Laboratory. 

Germ. German Class Room. 

Hist. Historical Department. 

JPL. Jefferson Physical Laboratory. 

LS. Law School. 

Math. Mathematical Class Room. 

M in. Lab. Mineralogical Laboratory. 

MS. Medical School. 

Mus.Dep't. Department of Music. 

MZ. Museum of Comparative Zoology. 

PE. Political Economy Class Room. 

Ph. G. Lab. Physical Geography Laboratory. 

Philos. Philosophical Class Room. 

PM. Peabody Museum of Archaeology. 

Sanskr. Department of Sanskrit. 

SL. Library of Semitic Department. 

SQ. Social Questions Class Room. 

SS. Lawrence Scientific School. 

ZL. Zoological Laboratory. 

I. General. 

(Including Bibliography.) 

Allen, Thomas William. Notes on Greek man- 
uscripts in Italian libraries. London. 1890. sm. 8. 
pp. xii., 62. TV. 3969 

" Reprinted from the Claxrical recietc for Feb., June, and 
Oct. 1889, and March, 1890." 

Ames, John Griffith. Finding list, showing 
where in the set of congressional documents the 
individual volumes of certain series of government 
publications are found. [Washington. 1893.] 
8. pp. 52. U. S. Doc. 21 

Ames, John Griffith. List of congressional doc- 
uments from the fifteenth to the fifty-first con- 
gress, and of government publications containing 
debates and proceedings of congress from the first 
to the fifty-first congress, together with miscella- 
neous lists of public documents, with historical 
and bibliographical notes. Washington. 1892. 

U. S. Doc. 30 

. c Py, in which the shelf-marks of the volumes in 

this library have been entered, forms the official catalogue 
of this library's collection of congressional documents and is 
kept at the Delivery desk. 

Annnaire de la presse fran9aise des colonies et 
de 1'etranger. 1892. Paris. [1892.] 16. .}faps, 
portrs., andfac-sims. D 25.5 

Compiled by Henri Mager. 

Arena (The). Vol. vii. no. 1. Dec. 1892. 
m. Boston. 1892. 8. Portrs. IX. 217 

To be continued*. 

Best reading (The) . 4th series. A priced and 
classified bibliography, for reference, of the more 
important English and American publications for 
the five years ending Dec. 1, 1891 ; edited by L. E. 
Jones. "New York, etc. 1893 [1892]. sm." 8. 

DR. 3.292.2 

Blades, William. Books in chains, and other 
bibliographical papers. London. 1892. sm. 8. 
Front. (The BOOK-LOVER'S library.) IV. 3926 

Biographical sketch, pp. ix.-xxxviii. 

Other papers : The use and development of signatures 
in books. The early schools of typography. On the pres- 
ent aspect of the question, Who was the inventor of print- 
ing? De ortu typographic. Early Greek types of the 
royal printing office, Paris, and the chancellor of "Cambridge 
university. The first printing-press in England, as pictori- 
allv presented. 

Many of these papers have already appeared in the Book 

Brown, James D. A handbook of library- 
appliances, the technical equipment of libraries, 
fittings, furniture, charging systems, forms, rec- 
ipes, &c. London. 1892. 8. pp. viii.. 56. Wdcts. 
(The LIBRARY association series, 1.) IV. 3953 

Bnchholtz, Arend. Geschichte der buchdruck- 
erkunst in Riga, 1588-1888. Festschrift der buch- 
drucker Rigas Riga. 1890. f. Fac-sims. 

IV. 3921 

" Verzeichni&s der Mollmschen drucke und kupferstiche 
158S-1625," pp. 253-309. 



Chambers, C. E. S. A list of works containing 
illustrations by John Leech. Edinburgh. 1892. 
8. pp. (^ II. 3222 

Interleaved. " Limited to -js: ( c (1 ). 
llnif-titlt : "A hiblioirraphv of.lohn Ke 

Chambers, William ( ISOO-ISS: 1 ,). and Robert. 
Encyclopaedia; a dictionary of universal knowl- 
edge. New ed. 10 vol. London, etc. 1892, 
'!U-!2. 1. 8. Wdcis., maps, and plates. 

DR. 325.3 

Denison quarterly (The). Published with ap- 
proval of faculty and trustees of Denison univer- 
sity. Vol. i. no' 1. Jan. 1893. Granville, Ohio. 
1893. 8. IX. 219 

Dimmalffitting ; amtstidende for Ftenierne. 
Aarg. i.-xiv. (in 5 vol.). 1878-1891. w. [Thors- 
havn.] 1878-91. f. 25274.10 

Field, Mrs. E. M. The child and his book; 
some account of tin- history and progress of chil- 
dren's literature in England [from the earliest 
times to about the year 1826]. 2d ed. London. 
[1892] 8. Front., wdcts., and plates. 


Fletcher, William Isaac, editor. The "A. L. 
A." index ; an index to general literature, bio- 
graphical. historical, and literary essays and 
sketches, reports and publications of boards and 
societies dealing with education, health, labor, 
charities and corrections, etc. Issued by the pub- 
lishing section of the American library association. 
Boston, etc. 1893. 1. 8. (2 cop.) 

DR. Desk ; R R. Desk 

France Archives nationales. Ktat soniinaire 
par series des documents conserves aux archives 
nationales. [Edited by Gustave Servois.] Paris. 
1891. 4. pp. xiv., 880. 1551.13 

Griswold, William McCrillis. A descriptive 
list of novels and tales dealing with life in Russia. 
Cambridge, Mass. 1892. 8. pp. (24). 

DR. 3.529.2 
Pt. is. of his series of " Descriptive )i-N." 

Ham, John Randolph. Bibliography of Dover, 
N. II. containing titles of works on Dover; works 
written by residents of Dover, while residents; 
works bearing the publication imprint of Dover. 
Concord. N.. II. ]>:L'. 8. pp.74. 11325.2.2 

Hanreau, Barthelcmy. Notices et extraits de 
quelques manuscrits latins de la bibliotheu,ue na- 
tionale. Tom. i.-iv. Paris. 1890-92. 8. 

IV. 391O 

Henkels, St;inislaus Vincent. Washington- 
Madison paper- collected ;ind preserved by James 
Madison, estate of J. C. McGinn-, containing let- 
ters from (ii-n. Washington, relating to the revo- 
lution and the constitutional convention, and his 
autograph "Farewell address" letter: letters to 
.Fame- Madison, as well a- Madison's own letter-, 
etc. To be -old Dec. and 7th, l*'.iL> [by] 
Thomas Birch's sons. [With list of prices "and 
nani".- of pun-ha-crs. Philadelphia. l.v.i'J. i ]. 8. 
'/ and/ac-si'?/i. 6337.15.6 
The text of many of the letter* and doctniu UN \- 

Heron-Allen. Edward. De tHinilis biblio- 

graphia : bcint: the ha-ix of a bibliography of tin- 

violin and all other in-truim-nt* played with a bow 

in ancient and modern tim.-,. I't. i. jjj. j,, 7 

. London, etc. lK!'i M. i . 1224.42 

I'rin'' of thf Irnf only. 

>' ii. Ituiik 

iii and extract*. 1802.- in. i' rio i.' ..1 publication*. 


Jacobi, Charles Thomas. Some notes on books 

and printing; a iruide for authors and others. 
London. iv.rj. IV. 3980 

A revised n-|>rint of hi< work, "On the making :m<! 
ing of book<." 

Johnson, Samuel (1709-1784). A cata- 
logue of [his] library, which will be sold by auc- 
tion, by Mr. Christie, in Pall Mall, Feb. 16, 1785, 
and three following days. [London. 1"S.">. re- 
printed 1892.] 8. pp. 28. 16436.38 

" 1.">0 copies printed. Xo. 4C>." 

Kepriuted in fa-'. simile for tlio meeting of the Johnson 
cluli, ;it Oxford, June 11, lv<j. 

Kansas university quarterly (The). Vol. 5. 
no. 1. July, 1892. Lawrence, Kansas. !>'.':.'. 
8. Diagr. and plates. MZ. 

To be continued. 

Lutheran historical society. Catalogue of 

the society's collection of books, pamphlets, man- 
uscripts, photographs, etc. deposited in the theo- 
logical seminary at Gettysburg, Pa. Philadelphia. 
iv. 10. 8. pp. '(HI. IV. 3912 

Meyer, Hermann Julius, publisher. Kon\er*a- 
tions-lexikon; cine encyklopadie des allgcmeinen 
wissens. 4 e , ganzlich umgearbcitcte antl. Bd. i.- 
xix. Leipzig, etc. 1890, '89-92. 8. Maps, 
plates, u-dcts., etc. DR. 384.3 

xvii. ErgiinzuiiKcn 'ind nai-litriiitci 1 . Register. xviii. 
JahreB-cnpplemeot, 1890-1891. xix. Jahre-<ii|ipli-iii-iit, 

Bd. i.-xii., xv. are " neurr abdruck." 

Omont, Henri. Les manuscrits grecs dates des 
IV* el x\i' siecles de la bibliotheqae nationale et 
des a ut res bibliotheiines de France. Paris. IS;IL>. 
1. 8. pp. (2), 87. Fac-sims. IV. 3955 

"E.xtrait de \&Hentr ilex biblio/fu'ijtn .*, janvier-jnin, IS 

Paris, France JJikliothique national f. Man- 
uscrits latins et francais ajoutes aux fonds des 
nouvelles acquisitions pendant les annees 1 S 
1891. Inventaire aljihabetique par Leopold Delisle. 
2 pt. (paged contin.). Paris. 1891. 8. pp. (4), 
Ixxxviii., 855-4- . IV. 3911 

Pilling, James Constantine. Bibliography of 
the Atha]iascan languages. Washington. 1- 
8. (Bureau of ethnology.) 1271.11.2 

[Pope, Albert Augustus.] A catalogue of books, 
pamphlets, and articles on the construction and 
maintenance of roads. Boston. 1892. 8. pp. 11 + . 

IV. 3917 

Rivoli, Victor MASSENA, due DE. Bibliogra- 
phic des livres a figures veiiitiens de la tin du xv 

siecle et dll commencement du XVI' 1 . 1 }'!! !.".L'.">. 

Paris. 1S92. 8. IV. 3915 

Rosengarten, Joseph George. Sources of 
history: a paper read beton- the German-American 
historical .-ocietv of New York and the pionier- 
verein of Philadelphia. Philadelphia. lv 


A pl'-a f"r tin- j)iiri-li.i-- liv tin- 1'iiileil Stal."- o| tin- 
librar\ of tlu- late (n-oix'e Bancroft; with an aeeniint of 

books and MM. relating to tl.r- (ii-nnan troup* in the rorolu- 

lion, -mil'- "| \vlii'-li are t.i he found in the HainTolt h 

Rosenthal, Luilwig. Catalogue. Imitatio 

Cliri-ti (Thomas a Keinpis, Job. (MT.-OII. <Jio\. 

-. editions, tradnctiotis. e,,n- 

Munich, H.ivi.Te. [ I.S'.IL'. j S". 

c-si-iKif. and ,/</-/>. (CatalofBe, 81. IV. 3896 

Rueppreoht, Christian. Die biicher^amin- 

liingen ibT uni\ersitat Miincheii; geschichtlich- 

lies baiidbiichlein. Kegen.sburg. 
8". pp. iv.. 8-50. IV. 3979 



Sbarbi, Jose Maria. Monografia sobre los 
refraiies. adagios, y proverbios castellanos y las 
ohras 6 fragmcntos que expresameute tratan de 
olios on nuostra lengua : obra premiada por la 
biblioteca national on el concurso publico de 1871. 
Madrid. 1891. 1. 8. 26251.31 

,tx: Di-ertacion acerea de la fndole, importancia 
v ii-id de los refranes, etc. Catalogo parerniologico castel- 

Schmidt, Karl, prof, at Strasburg. Jean 
Griininger, 1483-1531. Strasbourg. 1893 [1892]. 
1. 8. 4 plates. (REPERTOIRE bibliographique 
strasbourgeois jusque vers 1530, 1.) IV. 3919 

"Ouvrasrc rirt:," p. vi. 

Thayer, Joseph Henry. Books and their use ; 
an address [given before the Harvard divinity 
school in Sept. 1892]. To which is appended a 
List of books for students of the Xew Testament. 
Boston, etc. 1893. 12. pp. 94. 

DR. 3.604, also DS. 

Vermont University. Burlington, Vt. Li- 
Irun/. ( 'atalogue of the library of George Perkins 
Marsh. Burlington, Vt. 1892. 1.8. pp. viii.. 
742. IV. 3987 

Weekly bulletin (The) of newspaper and peri- 
odical literature. Vol. i., ii. July 25, 1891 
Dec. 24, 1892; The WEEKLY review. Vol. iii. 
no. 7(5. Dec. 31, 1892. Boston. 1891-92. 4". 
To be continued. DR. 3.62.2 

II. Theology and Philosophy. 

Abnlfaraj (Lat. ABULPHARAGICS). Gregorius, 
called BAR-HEBR.ECS. Scholien zuni Weisheits- 
buch des Josua ben Sira : nacli vior handschriften 
des Horreum mysteriorum mit einleitung. ueber- 
setzung, und anmerkungen, herausgegeben von 
Saul Kaatz. Syriac and Germ. Frankfurt a. M. 
1892. 8. pp. 34. Sem. 729 

Alexander, William, bp. of Derry and Raphoe. 
The leading ideas of the gospels. New ed. , re- 
vised and enlarged. London, etc. 1892. sm. 8. 


Alford, Henry. The state of the blessed dead. 
25th thousand. London. 1887. sq. 16. pp. 95. 


Alger, William Rounseville. The sources of 
consolation in human life. Boston. 1892. sm. 8. 


Amelinean, E. La morale egyptienno quinze 
siecles avant notre ere ; etude sur le papyrus de 
Boulaq no. 4. Paris. 1892. 8. (BIBLIOTHEQUE 
de 1'ecole des hautes etudes. Sciences religieuses, 
4.) DS. 

American Unitarian association. Index of 
all lines of Hymn and tune book of the associa- 
tion, revised ed. [By Frederick Frothingham.] 
Boston. 1892. sq. 8. pp. (4), 52. DS. 

Anderson, Karl. The astrology of the Old 
Testament, or The lost word regained. Boston. 
1892. 8. Plates and diagrs. III. 7159 

Baethgen, Friedrich. Die Psalmen iibersetzt 
und erklart. Gottingen. 1892. 8. (NowA< K. 
Wilhelm, editor. Handkommentar zuni Alton 
Testament, ii. 2.) DS. 

Bark, Friedrich. Descartes' lehre von den 
leidenschaften. Hire darstellung nobst einer kriti- 
schen untersuchnng der frage : "In welchem zu- 
sanmienhange steht jene mit seinen lehren in der 
metaphysik?" Inaugural-dissertation. Rostock. 
8. pp. 66. III. 7080 

Litteratur, pp. 7-9. 

Barnstable (West), Mass. Congregational 
rhmrh. Articles of faith and covenant of the con- 
gregational church, West Barnstable; with brief 
historical sketch, regulations, and catalogue of 
members. May, 1892. Compiled by H. E. Thyge- 
son. Hyannis. Mass. 1892. 12. pp.40. Front. 

III. 7033 

Barry, Alfred. Some lights of science on the 
faith. [Bampton lectures, 1892.] London, etc. 

1892. 8". 22.80 
Banmgarten, Otto. Der seelsorger unsrer 

tage. Leipzig. 1891. 8. pp. 52. (EVANGE- 
i.i-i II-SOZIALE zeitfragen, i. 3.) DS. 

Beet, Joseph Agar. Through Christ to God; 
a study in scientific theology. [Lectures.] New 
York, We. 1893. 8. DS. 

Beyschlag, Willibald. Xeutestamentliche theo- 
logie ; odor, Geschichtlicho darstellung der lehren 
Jesu und des urchristenthums nach den neutesta- 
mentlichen quellen. 2 bde. Halle a. S. 1891- 
92. 8. DS. 

Bible. Ilexateuch. Eng. (1893.) The doc- 
uments of the Ilexateuch translated and arranged 
in chronological order, with introduction and notes 
by W. E. ^Addis. Ft. i. Xew York, etc. 1893 
[1892]. 8. DS. 

Content*: i. The oldest book of Hebrew history [com- 
posed of the Jahvist and Elohist documents]. 

Bible. Genesis. Eng. (1892.) Genesis 
printed in colors, showing the original sources 
from which it is supposed to have been compiled ; 
with an introduction, by E. C. Bissell. Hartford, 
Conn. 1892. 8. pp. xvi., 59. DS. 

Bible. Ezra and Xehaniah. Eng. (1893.) 
The books of Ezra and Nehemiah ; with introduc- 
tion [and] notes, by H. E. Ryle. Edited for the 
syndics of the university press. Cambridge [Eng.]. 

1893. sm. 8. Maps. (The CAMBRIDGE Bible for 
schools and colleges.) DS. 

Bible. Song of Solomon. Span. (1891.) 
El Cantar de los Cantares de Salomon ; traducido 
del hebreo por Jesus Diaz de Leon. [Preceded 
by a comparative view of the Hebrew text and the 
Greek. Latin, German, French, English, and Span- 
ish versions, with notes on the Hebrew.] 2 ed. 
. \-niascalientes. 1891. 8. III. 6923 

Bible. Apocrypha. Eng. (1892.) The eccle- 
da.stical or deutero-canonical books of the Old 
Testament commonly called the Apocrypha ; edited, 
with various renderings and readings from the best 
authorities, by C. J. Ball. London, etc. [1892.] 
1.8. DS. 

Also known as " The variorum Apocrypha." 

Bible. 2 Corinthians. Gr. (1892.) The 

second epistle to the Corinthians ; with notes and 

introduction by J. J. Lias. Cambridge [Eng.]. 

sm. 8. Map and plan. (CAMBRIDGE 

Greek Testament for schools and colleges.) 

in. i93i b 2 

Bible. James. Greek. (1892.) The epistle 
of St. James; the Greek text, with introduction, 
notes, and comments, by J. B. Mayor. London, etc. 
1892. 8. DS. 

" Bibliography," pp. ccxiv.-ccxxi. 

Bible. Psevdep. Apostles, Teaching of . La 
dottrina del Signore pei dodici apostoli bandita alle 
genti detta la Dottrina del dodici apostoli : vor- 
sione, note, e commontario del p. I. M. Minasi. 
Roma. 1891. 1.8. Wdcts. und fac-sims. DS. 

'4 s 


Bible. r*fii(tft>. Gospel of Peter. The apoc- 
ryphal gospel of I'etcr: tin- (Jreek text nf till' 
newly di-eovi -red fragment. [Edited by II. 15. 
Swct'e.] London, etc. 1892. 8. pp. 144- . 

III. 7016, ,,/sn DS. 

Bible. Pftvdep.- <!".<i>fl of Peter. Thencwly- 

recovercd gospel of St. IVtrr, with a full account 

of the same, by .]. ]{. Harris. Now York. IMC!. 

sm.8. pp. 67. DS. 

Biblical world (The), continuing the Old and 

Trfitiiiient *finte>it. Editor, W. R. Harper. 

New series. Vol. i. no. 1. Jan. 1893. m. Chi- 

1893. 8. Sem. 947 


Bois, Henri. Essai sur les origines de la phi- 
losophic judeo-alexandrine. [With appendices.] 
Paris. iv.'ti. 8. Sem. 477 

Treat- of tlic Hellenic influence upon Judaism as shown in 
a -duly of tlu- canon of tin' < lid TV-lament, especially of the 
Si'ptnuirint ver-ion and thr Apoi'rypha. 

Bonney, Thomas George. Christian doctrines 
and modern thought. The Boyle lectures for 
is'.il. London, etc. 1892. sm. 8. DS. 

Book by book ; popular studies on the canon of 
Scripture, by the bishop of Ripon, Archdeacon 
Farrar. II. 1). M. Spence, [and others]. London. 
1892. 8. DS. 

" The*.- ..tudies originally appeared as introductions to the 
varioii- Nooks of Holy Scripture iu 'The new illustrated 
Bible." 1 

Briggs, Charles Augustus. The higher criti- 
cism of the Hexateuch. [With appendices.] New 
York. 1893. 1.12. DS. 

Brooke, Stopfnrd Augustus. Short sermons. 
London, etc. 1892. sm. 8. DS. 

Brooks, Phillips, lp. of Massachusetts. The 

! wine at the feast'- end. New York. 1893. 

MIL s". j,p. '.;>. DS. 

Brooks, Phillips, lp. of Massachusetts. Twenty 
sermons. New York. 1890 [cop. 1886]. sm. 8". 

Scruion, 4th si i III. 7106 

Brooks, Phillips. hp. of Massachusttfs. The 
liirht of the world, and other sermons. New York. 
l.-'.M . -in. 8. III. 71O7, also DS. 

Caird, ttd ward. The evolution of religion ; the 

Gifford lecture.-. delhcred before the university of 

St. Andrews, in leMioiU 1X90-91 and l*!'l':iL'. 

2 vol. New York. ls!i;:. 8. DS. 

Cassel, Daniel Kolb. fJeschichte der mennoni- 

ti-ii: von Memio Simon-' au-tritt all- der romi.-ch- 

katholi-chcn kirche in \r,:',i\. bj- xu deren auswaii- 

deniim nach Amerika in I'l-::. mehr .-peciell ihrc 

:ui-i'dltii"_' mid aii-brcitung in Amerika. Knthal- 

tend ; kiir/.- -ki//en der ein/ehien nemeinden mit 

den natiieii ihrer prediircr vom jaluv li'.s:; bis /ur 

luarliu'en /'it. 1'liiladelpliia. 1H'.0. 8. 

'/' III. 709ft 

Catholic church, / An ancient man- 

tlie eiirlith or 
ninth century, formerly beloniriiiL; to St. M 

\iinn:imin-t r, Winchester. Ivlit.-d bv 
\V it (. r.irch. London, rtr. \- 
t.. an I flan. H \M!'-im:i 

oomrr. I'ubl.]) III. 6973 


D urn t -am-. 
I- 11-' "I IHIII-, anil in 

ml onti-nt- -how it to 

tin- ii 


of a niort' ar'-hai ' niiniiiiity." 

Cheever, Henry Theodore. Memorial addn--< 
given in tjie first con-jreirational church. Wa-hing- 
ton. 1). C., Dec. i:',. l.s;l. upon the life, character, 
and influence of Kev. Dr. (Jeorge Harrell ( i 
mi oeeasion of the presentation of his library and 
bust to the Howard university. Washington. 
l.s'.iu'. 8". pp. 21. 17342.3O 

Collycr. Robert. ThiiiL'.s new and old : sermons. 
Ne York. is-.);;, sm. s: /' DS. 

Conder, Claude |{cignier. Heth and Moab; 
explorations in Syria in issl and 1882. :td and 
revised ed. London, etc. 1892. 8. Front., 
plates, and rii/n. ( I'A i.i - i :M. i \ ri >\i A rms i r\it. 
[Publ.]) I. 4323 

Copleston. Keginald Stejihen, lp. nf Cobnnhn. 
Bmldliism. primitive ami present, in Mau'adha and 
in Ceylon. London, etc. 18!2. 8. DS. 

Corroiis, Paul. Die dem 1'xiethins fiiNchlic-h 
mgeschriebene abhandlnng des Dominicus (Jundi- 
salvi De imitate. Teil i. Inaiigural-di.-siTtation, 
Hreslaii. Miinster i. \V. Is'.H. S". ]ip. C, , 
.{+ Lb 

" Vita," after p. 35. 

Coxe, Arthur Cleveland, lip. of western AV 
yn r/,-. Holy writ and modern thought : a reviev 
of times and teachers, j Bedell lectures. 1-ni. 
New York. 1892. sin. 8. DS 

Cros, L. J. M., raliln'. Dismas. the good thief. 
Adapted from the French bv K. .1. P. Schmit 
2d ed. [Cincinnati. 1892.] 16". pp. :',7. 

III. 70! 

Crothers, Samuel McChord. ' Membn- of 
one body : " six sermon- preached at I'nity church, 
St. Paul, Minnesota, lioston. 1892. ND. 8. DJ 

Content* : Homan catholieism. ( ':ilvini-in. Mi-thn 
disin. Rationalism. Mysticism. The unity of ( 'hrist 

Current discussions in theology; Jan atiniui 
theological review '. by l'rofes>ors Uoardman. Cur 
tiss. Scott [and others] of Chicago theologies 
seminary. Vol. i.-vii. 7 vol. Chicago, etc 
[1883]-90. 8. 

No more pulili-hi-d. 

Cuthbert, Alexai.der A. (Jue-tions on tl 
Holv Scripture.- ; with answers. (Jla.-irow. lsi; ; 
8. " III. 7094 

Cuyler, Theodore Ledyard. Stirring the ea-le's 
nest, and other practical di-cour.-cs. Ne\\ York. 
; IS'.IL'. ' sm. s. /;-/. DS. 

Dawaon, W. .1. The church of to-morrow : 
aililres.-e.s delivered ill the I'liited Sta:. 
Canada, diirinir the autumn of IM'l. Neu York, 
etc. r-'.iLV sm. s-. DS. 

Deeriug, Waller. The Amrlosaxou p. 
the judgment dav. Halle. !>'.'" 8. 
84. 12492.27 

Delarc, <>.. I'al'.i. Saint Gregoire \'II. et la 

reforme de I'l'-.d' -iecle. :'> tolll. I'aris. 

l.vs-.i III. 7091 

Denis, Jacipie-. Sce]itii|iu- on libertin- 
premiere moitie dn \\ u' 1 sieele : (la-si-ndi. i 
Naude. (iiii I'atin. I.amotlie-I.e\ aver 
I'.er-.TM'-. Cam. L884. 8. pp.' 82. III. 7015 

mm, " 

Driver, Samin-l l.'.dles. Sermon- 
coimected \\ ith the I >ld T. -lament. Londoi 
-m. H". DS. 

Duff, Archibald. ( ld Testament tin olo. 
The hi-tor\ l Hebrew religion fr 
Vol. i. ! 'London, etc. |.y]. 8. DS. 

iti: [i.] From 800B.C. to JoUhr.i 



Duhm. Bernhard. Das buch Jesaia iibersetzt 
und erklart. Gottingen. 1892. 8. (NOWACK, 
Wilhelm, editor. Hand kommen tar zum Alton 
Testament, iii. 1.) DS. 

Fabre, Paul. Etude sur le Liber censuum de 
romaine. Paris. 1*'J2. 8. (BiBLm- 
des ecoles fran9aises d'Athenes et de 
Rome, 62.) II. 582(62) ; 

>rcinl snulv of the Liber censuum of Cencius, compiled 
in 11!'.'. 

Ferrar, Nicholas. Nicholas Ferrar, his 
household and his friends. Edited by T. T. Car- i 
ter. London, etc. 1892. sm. 8. Port. 

VII. 2851 

Fisher, George Park. Manual of natural the- 
ology. New York. 1893. 16. Wdcts. DS. 

Foote, Henry Wilder. The insight of faith. 
[Selections, compiled by Mrs. Frances E. Foote.] 
Boston. 1892. 24". DS. 

Fouard, Constant, fabbe. Saint Peter and the 
first years of Christianity. Translated from the 
2d ed. by G. F. X. Griffith : with an introduction ; 
by Cardinal Gibbons. London, etc. 1892. 8. 
Maps. DS. 

Galtier de Laroqne, A. DE. Le marquis de 
Ruvigny. depute general des eglises reformees 
aupres du roi. et les protestants a la cour de Louis 
XIV. 1643-1685. Paris. 1892. 18. 3564.18 

Geulincx, Arnold. Opera philosophica. Recog- 
novit J. P. N. Land. Vol. i., ii. Hagae Comitum. 
1891-92. 8. III. 7138 

Gladden, Washington. Burning questions of 
the life that now is. and of that which is to come. ; 
New York. 1890. sm. 8. DS. 

Content*: Has evolution abolished God? Can man j 
know God? Is man only a machine? What is the use 
of prayer? Is death the" end? Who is Jesus Christ? 
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Goltz, Theodor, freiherr VON DER. Die aufga- 
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Goulbum, Edward Meyrick. John William 
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Gracian, Baltasar. The art of worldly wisdom. 
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III. 7143 

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Granger, Frank Stephen. Psychology ; a short 

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3. (UNIVERSITY extension series.) III. 7013 

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Gregorius Xazianzenus. Gregorius' von 
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Gundlach, Wilhelm. Friedrich der Grosse und 
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Guy-ton, . Voyage litteraire en Cham- 
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Contents: Voices out of the silence. They had all 
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Holland, Henry Scott, Pleas and claims for 
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Guilmant, Alexandre. Premiere quatrieme 
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Hamdy, O., and Reinach, Theodore. Une 
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Hamerton, Philip Gilbert. Drawing & en- 
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Hamerton, Philip Gilbert. Man in art : studies 
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Kern, Karl August. 60 kinderlieder von G. C. 
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Kondakof, X. Histoire de 1'art byzantin con- 
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Michel, mile. Les Van de Velde. Paris. 
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Una vendetta nel secolo xvi. [at Verona, 1592-93]. Un 
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Normand, Charles. J. B. Greuze. Paris. 
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" Bibliographic," p. 111. II. 1574 

Paine, John Knowles. Columbus march and 
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Palestrina (Lat. PR.EXESTIXUS), Giovanni 
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xxxi., xxxii. Supplemeutum secundum, tertium continens 
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Paris, France Bibliotheque nationale. Cata- 
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Petit, Victor. Chateaux de la vallee de la 
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27 Case. 63O 

Piutti, Karl. Fiinf choralbearbeitungen fiir 
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Piutti, Karl. Fiinf choralvorspiele fiir die 
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PP- 17. 1224.76 

Piutti, Karl. Sechs fantasien in fugenform 
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Piutti, Karl. I'Yst-hymnus fur orgel. Op. L'l). 
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Piutti. Karl, /rim improvisation.'!! iilirr be- 
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1881-82. 4. 1224.76 

Piutti, Karl. In mcmoriam ; pastorale und 
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Piutti, Karl. Drri interludien fiir orgel. 
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Pintti, Karl. Orgel-hymne. Op. 5. Leipzig. 
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Pintti, Karl. IMingstfci.-r : pracludium und 
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Pintti, Karl. Acht praeludien fiir die orgel. 
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Piutti, Karl. Somite (in (i moll) fiir die orgel. 
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Piutti, Karl. Sechs stiicke fur die orgel. 
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Piutti, Karl. Sechs kleine stiicke fur orgel 
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Piutti, Karl. Die training; ein cyclus von vier 
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Quilter, Harry. Preferences in art, life, and 
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'ft : A. chapter in the history of pre-liaphacliti-tn. 

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a reminiscence and a criticism. The OnftwbiOIUtble 

art of England. Life, art, ami nature in an Old-World city 

[Brutfc-]. Jean Francois Millet and William Hunt, or 

Idyllic, painting in Kraii'-c and Kn<:laiid. Two days of a 

painter. Tin- paintiiiL' Frederick W*tta, B. A.; 

a compurativr criticism. (Contemporary review, Fell. 1882.) 

Tlio amateur. In nieiiniriam amii-i: \Vilkic Collins. 
Some thoughts on tin- tenil.-ii.-ies of French art in ISs:!. 
Art at the royal academy: traditions and rliaiiur-S 1*~--1890. 

Rtiskin, John. The poetry of architecture; 
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Content*: The cottage. Tin- villa. 

A aerie* of papers originally puhli-hed in tin- .1, 
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Salome, Tlu'odorc. Dix pieces pour orgue ou 
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, viiliini'- cont.iin- ti-n piece*. 

Saner, Bruno. Aim i\i-chc marmorkiuist. Ha- 
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I from tin- Mitthciliinii' 


Scheffler, Ludwiu' \n\. Michelangelo: eitie 
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II. 3233 

Gontrnt* : Dcr wnlire MlrhelEnpelo in i-ini-n ir'di.-liti'ii. 

'/.\\r i rkliinin- .tini-i-lu-n . 

" Mii-li.i. i AMU'' -'I- r.'" 

Scheldt, Saiiiin-1. Tatmlatiira tuna fiir orgel 
lllld i-^ev'i-ben fOD M'l-rt. 

L<-i;./ DEXKMALKB di-nt-cher 

t<.nk.m-t 1224.91 

With rrj.rint- -.f the tit|e.paire of the three part* in which 
the work wait originally puMUhcd. 

Soaillos, (ialiri.-l. Leonard de ^ ^ in(i, rarti.-t.- 
X le savant; essai de biographic psvcholo^i.j,,,.. 
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" Mililio^'i-apliie." pp. :. I II. 3225 

Shaw, Richard Norman, anil Jackson, Thomas 
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an art? Thirtem sliort essays on the (jualifica- 
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II. 3268 

/..- Introilui-tion; l>y T. <.. Jai-k-on. The pn>- 
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8, 1VH. The fallacy that tho architect who make* .1 
hit first consideration, most be unpractical: i>\ i;. \. shaw. 

Architecture and construction; liy .}. T. Nlicklctln'. 

The institute examination, and architecture; hv Kcfrinald 
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hy (.. I-'. Hodlex. The protect inn ofthe puhlic; li\ M 
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hy J. IJ. < 'layton. The ]n-opcr rehition of general !> 
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Cliampneys. The hnilder's art and the craftsman ; In' W. K. 
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On true and false ideals in the education of an arch/ 
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Smetham,. Tames. Letters, with an introductory 
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J'nrl. VII. 2877 

Steinitz, Hugo. Ueber das leben und die com- 
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Steinmann, E. Die tituli und die kirchliche 
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Syiuonds, .Tolin Addington. The life of Michel- 
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II. 3267 

Van Rensselaer, .)//>. Mariana (iuiswut i>. 
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Contmtx- Canterhury. retcrlioroni;h. Durham. 
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Wider, Charles Marie. S\ mphonirs. Op. 1:? 
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Ivich ,,\ni- coiitaiiH four symphonic-. 

[Zanetti, Antonio Maria, Contc (lfiS(-I ; 
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Abbott, Charles Conrad. Reemt archa-oloirical 
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ti.ui-. Scries in philolouv. literature, and archa-- 
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Bertha, q. of Pippin the Short, k. of the 
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A pro-i' vrsion of the chanson de geste of Adeues le Roi, 

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Bigarae, Charles. Patois & locutions clu pays 
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Blatter fur pommersche volkskunde : nionats- 
scbrift fiir sage und marchen, sitte und branch, 
schwank und sm-ich. lied, nitsel und sprachliches 
in Pommern. Herausgegeben von O. Knoop und 
A. Haas. Jahrg. i. nr. 1. 1. okt. 1892. m. Stet- 
tin. 1892. 8. 26274.64 
To be continued. 

Cid, Eodrigo or Ruy DIAZ DE BITAR, 
called the. Le Cid Campeador; chanson de geste 
tiree du romancero, de la geste de mon Cid et 
d'une tragedie de Corneille [par Adolphe d'Avril]. 
Paris. 1892. 18. Vign. ([NOCYELLE biblio- 
theque bleue.]) 26252.13 
Crawford, J. Xotes on Central-American ar- 
chaeology and ethnology. [Boston. 1891.] 8. 
pp. (7)." V. 3369.3 

Prr><:fefling of the Boston society of natural history, 1891, 
xxv. 247-253. 

Egill Skallagrimsson. Egils saga 
Skallagrimssonar. Biiid hefir til prentunar Vald. 
Asmundarson. Reykjavik. 1892. 16. (!SLEX- 
DIXGA sogiir, 4.) IV. 3901.2 

Folk-lore and legends ; [translated and edited 
by C. J. T.]. North American Indian. London. 
1890. 16. 25233.51.3 

The same. Russian and Polish. London. 

1890. 16. 25233.51.4 

Griffith, Francis Llewellyn, and Petrie, W. M. 
Flinders. Two hieroglyphic papyri from Tanis. 
1. The sign papyrus ; a syllabary, by F. LI. Grif- 
fith. 2. The geographical papyrus ; an almanack 
[or religious gazetteer and calendar], by W. M. F. 
Petrie. With remarks by Heinrich Brugsch. Lon- 
don. 1889. 4. pp. (4), 25. \5fac-sims. (EGYPT 
EXPLORATION FUND. [9th] memoir.) II. 1608 

Grinnell, George Bird. Blackfoot lodge tales : 
the story of a prairie people. New York. 1892. 


Hoefft, Karl Theodor. France, Franceis, & 
Franc im Rolandsliede. Strassburg. 1891. 8. 
PP- (2), 74. 27276.5O.4 

Contents : Einleituug und gebrauch von France, Fran- 
ceis, nnd Franc in altfranzosischen dichtungen. Der ge- 
brauch vou Francia in lateinisehen quellen des mittelalters 
nach franzosischen gelehrten. Erhebungen aus anderen 
lateinischen quellen. Sprachgebrauch des Rolandsliedes. 

Hcensa-porir. Hcensa-J>6ris saga. porleifr 

Jonsson gaf lit. Reykjavik. 1892. 16. pp. viii., 

41. (ISLEXDIXGA sogur. 5.) IV. 3901.2 

Hordr Griinkelsson. Hardar saga ok 

Holmverja. j)6rloifr Jonsson gaf lit. Reykjavik. 

891. ^ (ISLEXDIXGA sogur, 3.) IV. 3901 

Islendingabok, er skrifad hefir Ari porgilsson, 

og Lamlnamabok. Biiid hefir til prentunar Vald. 

Asmundarson. Reykjavik. 1891. 16. (!SLKX- 

DIX<;A sogur, 1,2.) IV. 39O1 

Jephson, Arthur Jermy Mounteney. Stories 

told in an African forest by grown-up "children of 

Africa. New York. 1893. sm. 8. Front., 

plates, and u-dds. 27254.36 

Lanckoronski-Brzezie, Karl, Graf. Lea 

villrs de la Pamphylie et de la Pisidie. Ouvrage 

publie avec le concours de G. Niemann et E. 

:i. 2 vol. Paris. 1890-93. 4. 7 maps, 

64 plates, and other ill list r. 27 Case. 591 

'.- i. La ramphylie. 1890. ii. LaPisidie. 1893. 

Laroche, Pierre, compiler. Folklore du Laura- 

luais. [Bv P. Fa;zot, pseudon. (?)] 4 pt. in 1 

vol. (paged* contin.). Albi. 1891-92. 8. 


N : i. Chants speciaux : Pastourelles ; Noels. 

-, jeux, rondcs it recits de 1'enfance. 1891. 

iii. Amusements de lk jennene. 1S9-J. iv. Chants. 1892. 

MacRitchie, David. The underground life. 

[A description of the underground dwellings or 
caves in Scotland and Ireland, and of the race 
that once inhabited them.] Edinburgh. 1892. 
sm. 4. pp. (4), 47. Plates and wdcts. 8465.7 

" Privately printed." 

Mettlich, Joseph. Bemerkungen zu dem anglo- 
normannischen lied vom wackern ritter Horn. 
Miinster. 1890. 4". pp. 24. 27283.64 

"Beilage zu d. jahresberiehte iiber d. konigl. Paulinische 
gym. 1890, no. 321 [331]." 
M Uutersuchunsr eine? teil* der substantive dcs romans." 

Moltzer, Henri Ernest, editor. Levens en 
legenden van heiligen. Gedeelte i. Naar het 
utrechtsche handschrift. Groningen. 1891. 8. 
(BIBUOTHEEK van middelnederlandsche letter- 
kunde, 45.) IV. 1113.3 

Contents : i. Brandaen en Panthalioen. 

NavUle, Edouard. The festival-hall of Osor- 

kon II. in the great temple of Bubastis. 1887- 

. London. 1892. 4. pp. vi., (2), 40. 

Front, and 38 [39] plates. (EGYPT EXPLORATION 

FL-XD. 10th memoir.) 11.1609 

Naville, Edouard. The mound of the Jew 
[Tell el Yahudiyeh] and the city of Onias. Bel- 
beis, Samanood, Abusir, Tukh el Karmus. 1887. 
[With] The antiquities of Tell el Yahudiyeh, and 
miscellaneous work in lower Egypt during the 
years 1887-1888, by F. LI. Griffith. London. 
1890. 4. pp. vi.," 76. Front, and 26 plates. 

II. 1606 

Nover, Jakob. Die thiersage. Hamburg. 1893. 
8. pp. 48. (SAMML. gemeinv. wiss. vortrage ; 
neue folge, vii. 164.) VIII. 175 a (vn) 

Obedenaru, M. G. , editor. Texte macedo- 
romane. Basme si poesii poporale de la Crusova. 
Publicate dupa manuscrisele originale cu un glosar 
complet de prof. I. Bianu. [With Roumanian and 
French translations.] Editiunea academiei ro- 
mane. Bucuresci. 1891. '8. 26227.33 

O'Grady, Standish Hayes, translator. Silva 
gadelica (i.-xxxi.). A collection of tales in Irish, 
with extracts illustrating persons and places, edited 
from MSS. and translated. 2 vol. London, etc. 
1892. 1. 8. 27225.20.3 

'fnts : [i.] Irish text. [ii.] Translation and n> 

Pineau, Leon, editor. Le folk-lore du Poiton ; 
avec notes. Paris. 1892. 18. (COLLECTION de 
contes et de chansons populaires. 18.) 26246.9.2 

Reclns, Elk-. Primitive folk ; studies in com- 
parative ethnology. London. [1891.] sm. 8. 
Front. CONTKMPORARY science series.) I. 430O 

Content* : The eastern Inoits; hyperborean hunters and 
Sellers. The western Ii illy the Aleutian*. 

The Apache*, nomad hiinfi-r- and brigands. The Nairs; 
warrior nobility and the uiatriarchate. The mountaineers 
of the Neilirlu-rri. ., agriculturists, and wood- 

landers. The Kolarians of Bengal, and human sacrifices 
amongst the Khonds. 

1 64 


Roland. Les enfances Roland: r\ eli- 
de geste. [Edited by Adolphe il'Avril.j Paris. 
1892. 18". \'ii/n. and inlets. (NOUTKLLB biblio- 
thequo bletie.) 27276.26 

Schure, Fdouard. Les grand cs leuendes do 
France. Paris. 1892. sm. v. 26244.32 

'" : I.'anic rrltii|iif. I.cs le;_'cM,]c- ,lc I'Alsace. 
. Gnade-ChartrpuM et la loin-nde <lr aint Ki-uno. I.e 
Mont Saint. Michel ct on hNtoirr. I,e- U'-p-nde- ilc hi 
Hretainie et le u'enic i-cltiijur. 

Sebillot, Paul. La littorature oralo on France. 
Paris. 18!>1. 1.8. pp.12. (Congros interna- 
tional des traditions populaires en 1889.) 


Siele, Karl. Velicr die chanson " Guihort d'An- 

drenas." Classification dor liandschrit'ton. analyse 

und quellenuntersuchung. Inaugural-dissertation. 

Marburg. 1891. 8. pp. 68+. 27277.39 

" Le.bensliiuf," after p. 68. 

Stb'ber, August. Die sagen des Elsasses, getreu 
naoli dor volksiiberlieferung, don chroniken und 
andern u'edruekten und handsrhriftlichen quellen, 
gesaniiiielt. Neue ausg. besorgt von Curt Miin- 
del. Teil i. Strassburg. 1892. 8. Vign. 

"Quellen und naclnveUniiireii," i. 11.V1S1. 26262.32.2 
Content* : i. Die sajreii 

Taylor, Isaac, cation of York. The origin of 
tho Aryans ; an account of the prehistoric ethnol- 
ogy and civilisation of Europe. 2d ed. London. 
1892. sm. 8. Map and wdcts. (CONTEMI-OU AUY 
science series.) I. 4301 

United States Bureau of ethnolor/y. 7th 
annual report [with accompanying papers]. 1885- 
86. Washington. 1891. 1. 8. 2O.13 

vii. J'OWEI.I,, .]. W. Indian linguistic families of America 
mirth of Mexico. HOFFMAN, W. J. Tin- miile'wiwin or 
" prand medicine society " ,,f the < (jilm-a. MIHIXKV, .1 
r'-d formula" of tin- Chci 

Wenzel, Kudolf. Die fassungen der sage von 
Florence do Koine und ilir gogonst-itigos verhalt- 
nis. Inaugural-dissertation. .Marburg. 1890. 8. 
pp. fi'2+. Diagrs. 27285.27 

" I.elx-nsliiuf," after p. 62. 

White, Horatio Stevens, editor. Deutsche 
volk-liedor. A selection from German folksongs, 
with introduction and notes. New York, etc. 
[1892.] sq24. Front, and inlrls. fKlciCKEB- 
i!... KI i: nnggete, 38.) 26283.28 

Wober, Fran/ XMV.T. Die skiren uml die 
deiit-olu- hcldcnsago ; i-im- j,'-n alogische studio 
iiti-r <lon ursprung d.-s h;niM-s 'I'raun. [With 
" anmerkungen."J Wi,-n. l^iu. ,v. Front. saA 
wdctt. 28282.69 

itu- ririjri" of the- I ,., l, : ,,-k t., the Sciri, 

I that tli.- fact, of its hi-torv form the -lib- 
: the NibelangenUed, which tin- author conclude- M ,n-t 
UTe been composed ln-twi-i-n HTfi ami II v. 

VII. History and Geography. 
( Including Politics and General Biography.) 

Adam*, Herbert I', ./ Wood. Henry. 

('olnmbiiM and hi- di-eoverv .if Ann-riea. I'.alfi- 


in bi-lorieal ami ]olitie:il 

'" 11.) 15395.30(x) 

n : l.i II. i <ii-ntioir liy 


^^^f*' ' Blbllofnuphle* Of ti \mcri.-a; 

' . \V. fiui,,,,. 

Aitchisou, Sir ( 'barles (Umpherston). 
Lawrence. Oxford. is'.'L'. im. 8. Map. l.'i - 
UOU of India.) VII. 2627.2 

Alden, Kdmnml Kimball. The world's repro- 
sontatiM- asseinblie.-. of to-day: a .-tudy in e.nn- 
|iarativo le-i-lalion. Haltiinore. \-\*:\. s '. ],; 
(.IOIINS lloriuN- OKITKK8ITT. Studies in histori- 
cal and ]ioliiicnl science, xi. 2.) 15395.30(xi) 

Alexander, William I>e \Viit. A lirief bi-torv 
of tlio Hawaiian pi-oplo. N'o\v V,n; 
8. I'nrti:-:.. i,iti,>*, and inlets. ( Uriel' hist.i 
i< I. 4284 

Allan, William, formerly Col. C. S. A. Tho 
army of northern Virginia in 18(!L J . With an in- 
troduction by .1. C. Hopes. Uoston. etc. l^'.'L' 
1'ni-t. and int<it. 8325. 4O 

Amadi, Francesco. ( 'hronii|iies d'Amadi ot do 
Strambaldi, jmblioos ]iar Ken.' de Mas Latrie. 
1't. i. Paris. IS'.H. -I". (C,,i i i , n. .N ,le docu- 
ments inedit* stir rhistoire do France.) 1553.35 

Content x : i. ( 'hroni.|ue d'Amadi. 

Amador de los Rios, Kodri.^o. Hiieha. Uar- 
celona. ls<i. ,s: pp. 818+ . 
; I".-r\N\. sns monmnentos v artes. su naturale/a ' 
historia.) I. 1413 

Amador de los Rios, Hodriiro. Sanlander. 
Uarcelona. 18!)l-[!2]. 8". pp.!)ll+. \\',1,-ts. 
and plates. (l-Ni-\s\, sits nionuniento- 
sn naturaloza o historia.) I. 1414 

Ambiveri, Lui.^ri. Le ra^ioni dei piaceiitini 
alia culla di Cristoforo Colombo. [With an ap- 
pendix containing ducnmonti."] 1'iacon/a. IV.IL'. 
8. pp. x., 7-1. 1372.27.3 

Anlard, Francoi- AJ]ihonso. Le culte de la 
raison ot le culte de 1'Ktro Supreme, 17'.'.', IT'.'J. 
Essai historique. Paris. 18!)'-'. 18". 4547.16 

Ballod, Karl. Der staat Santa Catharina in 
Siidbrasilien. Inauirural-di<sertalion, Jena. Stutt- 
gart, isifj. S". ],]. f,4. 3334.19 

" Scparatahdnick an< dem .\uxlninl, IS'.vj, n r . -J7-31." 

Ballon, Maturin Murray. Foot-prints of travel ; 
or, Joimieyii]-- in main land-. Uoston. 
[cop. 1888]. sm. 8". Port, of dipt. ('/,-. f ,/,,tfs, 
and jcdcts. I. 4312 

Ballon, Matnrin Mnrrav. The storv of Malta. 
Uoston, tt,-. 1893. 8. I. 4334 

Bardonz, A^i'-nor. La jeiino.- do La Favette. 
I7:.7 17!'i'. Paris. iv.'2. 8". (Etudes socialea 
et politfqnes.) 4546.4 

Barrili, Anton Cinlio. <in<1 H//K r*. Colombo e 
il iv oontonario della scoporta doll' Anier 
I'llbblica/ione s]ieciale dell' III ,'at fuzioiif itufi 
rompilata da A.(i. Uarrili, L. A. Cervetto, F.du- 
ardo Xiineiie-. Milami. pp. I-. 

f/li'sti: 1363.6 

Bartlett, Thomas F.dard. The I'.artl. 
with s|n-cial reference to the descendant* of John 
Uartletl. of Weymoiitb and Cumberland 
Ha\on. 1 39 I'lirtrn. and ct,<f 


Batchelder, Charl.- F.din. Ke\ . Stojihen 
Uachilor. B ' S". jiji. I!. 1 1. 


jirint-'d IV, ,n 
rtgitt-i for .Ian. U 

Beale, Jame-. Cliam-i llor-ville ; a j>:i|ior r- 
before the united -CM See chil>, I'hilad'dpbia. I 

I. l'hila.lel|ihia. I -'.'I'. ( ,bl. 

11 + . M 8325.69.2 

"160 copic prinf 


Beauconrt, Ga-ton m FI:K<NK. Marquis in:, 
editor. Captivite et derniers moments de Louis 
XVI.: recits originaux & documents officiels. 
2 toni. Paris. 1892. 8. Plans. (SociETE 
i.'H!T"!i:i "N ; I.MPORAINE. [Publ.]) 3586.19 
.iuaux. U. Documents offieiels. 

Bell, John Wesley. Memoirs of Gov. William 
Smith, of Virginia; his political, military, and 
1 history. [With an appendix, containing 
his official papers, letters, and speeches.] New i 
York. 1891. 8. Port rs.. plates, fac-sims.. etc. ' 


Bent, James Theodore. The ruined cities of 
Ma-Oionaland, being a record of excavation and ex- I 
ploration in 1>01 : with a chapter on the orienta- 
tion and mensuration of the temples by R. M. W. 
Swan. London, etc. 1892. 8. Wustr. I. 4290 

D"*->rilit = especially the ruins at Zimbabwe. The author 
thinks it probable that this region was visited by the Arabi- 
an* in very early times in search of gold, and that the ruins 
may be trace-.! to their occupation. 

Berger, Hugo. Geschichte der wissenschaft- 
lichen erdkunde der griechen. 4 abth. in 1 vol. 
Leipzig. 1887-93. 8. 13282.16 

i. Die geographic der jouier. 1SS7. ii. Die 
vorbereitungen fur die geographic der erdkogel. 1889. 
iii. Die geographic der erdkugel. 1891. iv. Die geogra- 
phieir dor gechen unter dein einfluse der roraer. 1893. 

Berwick y Liria, y Alba, Maria del Rosario 
FALCO Y OSORIO, duqttesa de, condesa de Siruela, 
editor. Autografos de Cristobal Colon, y papeles de 
America. Madrid. 1892. f. Fac-sims. 1371.33 

Berwick y Liria, y Alba, Maria del Rosario 
FALCO Y OSORIO. Jtiquesa de, condesa de Sirnela, 
editor. Documentos escogidos del archive de la 
casa de Alba. Madrid. 1891. 8. pp. xxiv.. 610. 
Plate and 23 pp. of MUSIC. I. 4291 

Blomfield. James Charles. History of the 
present deanery of Bicester. Oxon. Pt. i.-vi. 
London, etc. 1882-92. 4. Front., plates, plans, 
etc. 9421.26 

Content* : i. Early history. 1S82. ii. Bicester, its 

town and priory. 1334. iii. " Cottisfortl, Hardwick, and 

Tusmon-. [1887.] iv. Middleton and Somerton. [1388.1 

v. Fringford, Hethe, Mixbury, Xewton Purcell, and 

swell. [1890?] vi. Lower and upper Heyford. 1892. 

Blondel, Robert. (Euvres. Publiees d'apres 
les manuscrits originaux. avec introduction, notes, 
variantes. et glossaire par A. Heron. Tom. i. 
Rouen. 1891. 8. Plate. (SOCIETE DE L'HIS- 

TOIRE DE XORMANDIE. [Publ.]) FT. Hist. 66 
Contents: i. Complanctus bonoruin gallieorum. Gloses 
du manuscrit 6195. La complaincte des bons frangois. 
Oratio hUtorialis. Des droiz de la couronne de France. 

Brett, Reginald Baliol. Footprints of states- 
men during the eighteenth century in England. 
London, etc. 1892. sm. 8. 5415.5 

Content*: The foundations of modern government in 
England. The end of personal rule. The authors of party 
:iunent. The power of the press. The invention of 
cabinet responsibility. The establishment of government 
by majority of the house of commons. The appeal to popu- 
lar opinion. The birth of the liberal party. Appendix. 

[Britten, Alexander, editor.'} Historical re- 
cords of New South Wales. Vol. i. pt. 2. Sydney. 
1892. 8. Plates. 1/4228 

i. Phillip. i:>:J-1792. 

Brown, Leonard, of Des Moines, la. Popular 
perils. Cabin home papers. Des Moines. 1892. 
sm. 8. 9387.7O 

iay -by-day commentary on passing political events 
of!390 and 1891 "a mirror of the mind of a fanners' alliance 
man, and, it may be, reflects the minds of many farmers, lie 
believes that the liberties of his country are endangered 
to-day as never before, and not by ' the dangerous class ' 
ailed), the working people, but by the plutocrar-. 

Brown, Robert Hanbury. The Fayum and 

Lake Muris. With a prefatory note by Sir Colin 

-Moncrieff. London. 1892. 1.8. Front., 

plates, maps, and diagrs. I. 4326 

Buckingham. William, and Ross, George 
William. The Hon. Alexander Mackenzie, his 
life and times. 5th ed. Toronto. 1892. 8. 
pp.678. Portrs.,fac-sims., undwdcts. 4366.13.2 

" Books consulted," p. 31. 

Bureau of the American republics, Guate- 
mala. [Washington.] 1892. 8. Front., plates, 
and map. (Bulletin, 32.) VI. 61O2.7 

Carnot, Lazare Nicolas Marguerite. Corre- 
spondance generate, publiee avec des notes his- 
toriqnes et biographiques par Etienne Charavay. 
Tom. i. Paris. 1892. 1. 8. Port. ([COLLEC- 
TION de documents inedits sur 1'histoire de 
France.]) 4541.3O 

Contents : i. Aout 1792 mars 1793. 

Carpenter, Edward. From Adam's Peak to 
Elephanta : sketches in Ceylon and India. London, 
etc. 1892. 8. Front., portrs., and irdcts. 1.4321 

Caux, France. Registre des fiefs et arriere- 
fiefs du bailliage de Caux en 1503. Publie pour 
la premiere fois, avec une introduction et des 
notes, par A. Beaucousin. Rouen. 1891. 8. 

Fr. Hist. 65 

Chailley-Bert, Joseph. La colonisation de 
ITndo-Chine : 1'experience anglaise. Paris. [1892.] 
18. Jfaps. 2436.3 

Contents: Les anglais a Hong-Kong. Les anglais en 

Chicago, III. Sunset club. Echoes of the 
Sunset club ; comprising a number of the papers 
read, and addresses delivered, before the club 
during the past two years. Compiled by W. W. 
Catlin. Chicago. 1891. 8. " 6397.6 

Contents : The duties and privileges of the public press. 

WTiat shall we do with our criminals? Party allegiance. 

Land taxation, as proposed by Henry George. Subsidies 
and the tariff. Nationalism, as proposed by Edward Bel- 
lamy. Municipal control of heat, light, etc. Our public 
school system. The Sunday question. Pensions, civil and 
military. The state, its functions and duties. The uses 
and abuses of speculation. Drones and parasites. Money 
and its functions. Foreign trade and reciprocity. The red 
flag. Succession tax. Our jury system, how can it be im- 
proved? What shall we do with" our Indians? 

Clark, Walter. Address on the life and ser- 
vices of Gen. William R. Davie, at the Guilford 
battle-ground, July 4th. 1892. Greensboro'. [1892.] 
8. pp.36. Port, of Davie. 7332.69 

Clerk, Sir John, 2d bart. Memoirs of the life 
of Sir John Clerk of Penicuik, baronet, baron of 
the exchequer ; extracted by himself from his own 
journals, 1676-1755. Edited from the manuscript 
in Penicuik house, with an introduction and notes, 
by J. M. Gray. Edinburgh. 1892. 8. Portrs. and 
plates. (SCOTTISH BISTORT SOCIETY. Publ. 13.) 

VIII. 546 

Colombo (Lot. COLCMBCS), Cristoforo. Letter 
on the discovery of America ; a facsimile of the 
pictorial edition, with a new and literal translation, 
and a complete reprint of the oldest four editions 
in Latin. [From the originals in the Lenox 
library.] New- York. 1892. 8. pp. xiii., (3), 
ff. 10, pp. (2), 61. Wdcts. 1373.49.3 

" 250 copies. Xo. 89." 

Colombo, Ezio. Vita e viaggi di Cristoforo 

Colombo narrati al popolo italiauo. 7* ed., rive- 

duta e corretta, con aggiunte, dall' autore. Milano. 

, 1892. 16. Port, of Columbus &ud icdct. 1373.2 

1 66 


Congres international des americani.stes. 

( ompto-rondu iK- hi S 1 ' se-Mon tciiue a Paris en 
1890. 1'ari*. IS'.':.'. S". pp. (.4). IT., 7<H + . 
Portrs. , plate*. /"<n--.--i'//i.--.. and //v/c/s. 15387.9.2 

Coppin, Henry. <>uatro repuMiques do rAmor- 
ique du Sud [Argentine Republic. Paraguay, t'ru- 
guay, and Chili]. Preface de Kaoul Frarv. Paris. 
1890. 18. 3365.8 

[Corey, Deloraine IVndrc.] Arthur Deloraine 
Corey, 1866-1891; a memorial. [With his unpub- 
lished poems.] Cambridge. 1892. sm. 8. Portrs. 


Cronan, Rudolf. Amerika; die geschichte 
seiner entdeckung von dor iiltosten bis auf die 
neueste /cit. Kin.- festschrift zur 400-jahrigen 
jubelfeier der entdeckung Amorikas .lurcli Colum- 
bus. 2 bde. Leipzig. 1892 ['90-92]. 1. 8. 
niustr. 1361.30 

Day, David V. An address commemorative of 
George W. Clinton, delivered before the Buffalo 
historical society, March 24, 1890. Buffalo. 1890. 
8. pp. 29. BG. 

[Dean, John Ward.] History of the Gerry- 
mander; by J. W. D. Boston. 1892. 8. pp.11. 
Map and wdetf. 10352.42 

" Privately printed." 

" Reprinted from the New-England historical and genea- 
logical register, for October, 1892." 

Dedham, Mass. The early records of the town 
of Dedham, 1636-1659; a complote transcript of 
book one of the general records of the town, 
together with the selectmen's day book, covering 
a portion of the same period. Edited by D. G. 
Hill. Dedham. 1892. 1. 8. Wdrts. and foe- 
si HIS. 1O333.53.3 

"Volume iii. of the printed records of the town." 

Deploige, Simon. Le referendum en Suisse. 
Precede d'une lettre sur le referendum en Bel- 
inqne, par J. van den Heuvel. Bruxelles. 1892. 
8. 15576.25 

Deschanel, Paul. Orateurs et homines d'etat. 
2 ed. Paris. 1888. 18. VII. 2868 

Content*: FreMi'-i-i.- II. <t M.<1<- I',i-in:,r.-k. F..\ el Pitt. 
Grey. Talleyrand au congri^ .le Vi.-nnc. Berryer. 
Gladstone et li-sVeTormps (-li-.-t..r:ili- m Angleterre. 

"Ce sont ici, non dcs blographlef, mai .l.-s discussions a 
proposdeqn -"<" leaqueU de r^centi 

ouvrapes out porti plus dc lumiere <-t rouvert la contro- 

Du Bled, Victor. La soci6te frai^aise avant 
et apres 1789. Paris. 1892. 18. 3584.14 

Oonttnti : Un amour plutoiiiqiu- au x\,u ri&cle: Ma- 
dame de Co\gay c-t Lau/un. i i':in>-ii-n regime: 

De L'Lile, Madai ' -<" ami-.. 

dans lei prisons d<- I'ari- ]-ii.l:uit la t-m-ur. Appi-ml 
These essay* originally appeared in tin- lii-rne de deux 

DuboiN, Pierre (\'.',th cent .} . De r< cuperatione 
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Pflugk-Harttung, Julius \<>N. (Jeschichte 
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Dropsie. M sea Aaron. The Roman law of 

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a complete description of American coinage : with 

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Gordon, Joseph ( 'laylian^h. tilitor. Kdiication 
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Grothe, Willem Theodoor. Noodweer. 1'roef- 
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Harvard club book : containing 

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ji'n-ti-g.. and inlrts. Pier 3.362 

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Hentuchel, < urt Lehr|)lari fiir den dciit-cheii 

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Herbert, Thoma- Arnold. Th-- historj "f the 

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and table. PE., alsr, LS. 

Hoeben, Johannes Ignatius Mnbertus. llet 
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Holloway, Junius U., tnnl French, Walter H. 
Consolidated index of claims reported by the com- 
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Hooft Graaflaud, Jacob IViru-. II 
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Hudson, AY/-. William. ,if Xnrn-ii-li. 
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Hnrd, John Codman. The union-state: a let- 
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Jacqueton, G., edUm-. Documents relatif- a 
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Johaiison, (.'arl Magnus. Foot ball. Ithaca. 
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VII. 2864 

Joosting, Jan Gualtherus Christiaan. Onuit";e- 

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Journal of ])olitical economy (The). Vol. i. 

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Jung, Krich. Der i-i^enthnmsiilier^an.. 
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Kirby, Thomas Frederick. Annals of Win- 
chester college, from its foundation in the year 
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taining the charter of foundation. Wykeh 

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Kirknp, Thomas. A hi-torv of -ocialism. 
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Krb'nig, Frit/.. Die \erwaltun-_' tier ] 
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Loloir. i . le la pui- 

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" I.i-t<- ili-s prill..; .:.-X. 

Le Play, 1 lie. < 'hap- 

i'rom hi- " Keform.- ''i"n 

In travail." and " La con-tit iitimi e--entiei;. 
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Letourneau, Charle-. The e\ olntion 
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MI-..I: \ i: i VI. 7329 

Letoiiruenn. Cliai I 

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Lier, Sigismund Karel Dorotheas Maurits VAX. 

Doorhaling van voogdij-hypotheek. Proefschrift. 

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Lindner, Theodor. Der angebliche ursprung 
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Linton, William James. The religion of organ- 
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" Reprinted from the Boston Radical." 

London, Eng. Company of grocers. Fac- 
simile of first volume of 3is. archives of the wor- 
shipful company of grocers of the city of London, 
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extracts from the records of the city of London 
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introduction, by J. A. Kingdon. 2 pt. [London. "1 


Loring, Caleb William. Nullification, seces- 
sion. Webster's argument, and the Kentucky and 
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McClintock, Emory. On the effects of selec- 
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MacDonald, Arthur. Criminology. With an 
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" Bibliography of crime," pp. 273-408. 

Meili, Friedrich. Geschichte und system des 
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Mens, Daniel Hendrik Johan VAX. Eenige 
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bet nederlandsche in rerband met het duitsche 
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Metelerkamp, Alexander Hendrik. De getui- 
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Meyer, Jiirgen Bona. Der Mainzer katholi- 

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Monroe. Will. S. Comenius, the evangelist of 
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Noel, Octave. Histoire dn commerce du monde 
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North Carolina University Alumni asso- 
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Ockerse, Alphonse Fernande. Kindermoord en 
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Ohio State commissioner of common schools. 
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Pearson, Charles Henry, fellow of Oriel col- 
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Pfliiger, Heinrich Hackfeld. Die sogenannten 
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VI. 7486 

Philippovich von Philippsberg, Engen, 
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Price, Langford Lovell (Frederick Rice). A 
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Prussia Ministtrium der geistlichen, ttnter- 
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Prussia Min isferin m <trr t/figtliclien, initrr- 
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Putnam, .John Pickcrin;:- Architecture under 
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Quistorp. W. Die soziale not der landlicben 
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Rebel, Diderikns Johannes. De recbten van 
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Reeve, Charles Howell. The prison question; 
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VI. 7497 

Rein, Wilhelm (6. 1847). Outlines of peda- 
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Reinhardt, Karl. Die Frankfurter lehrpliine. 

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Revue pratique de droit international prive; 

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To be continued. 

Riis, Jacob August. The children of the poor. 
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Robert, 1'h >- t -. Les signes d'int'amie an moyen 
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Rousseau, Jean Jacques, fimile, or Treatise 
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St. Louis*. Mn. f'fi/ifirence of charitable and 
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Salmond, John William. Kssays in jurispru- 
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VI. 7457 

Content* : . .) "tin- l:i\v < 'I'lii- hi- 

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. iili-lu-i- .n, I the l:iw 

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Schiller. Il< vinaini. H.indbiich der praktUdicn 

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Schmidt. Richard, nf \f,t.;i<-li. Die alTatomie 

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Schott, Dr. Arthur. Die fran/nsische wehr- 

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" Akadeinisehe I'cstreilr /ur feier d. <tiftiui^-; 
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Sumichrast, Frederic Cesar in:. Notes on the 
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