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Vol. IV. 





In addition to the Titles of New Books, the following lists have appeared : 

Geographical material in the Library. 59 

Library buildings, an index of illustra- 
tions. 213 

List of books and articles on the Dreyfus 
affair. 192 

List of maps and views of Boston and 
Boston Harbor. 295 

Municipal lectures, lists in connection with : 
Imperialism and territorial expansion. 55 

citfe iwBJw<itamK 87 




jlitimiiatBi gift nf riai 

.cting JLibranan, appointment of. 

Passenger transportation in Boston. 90 

Baths and gymnasia. 121 

Labor movement in England and America. 

Mural decorations in America. 

South Africa, the "Transvaal," and the 

Works in the Polish langua'^e. 
Works of English fiction added since 1896 

to the Bates Hall collection. 






i >*^rt*lmt'^*Tyiit nf rfi|iniirr^tvp^« of. 314 Lloyd, Harry. 

Acting JLibrarian, appointment of. 151 Lowell Institute, programmes of lectures in 

Alterations at Central Library. 95 jj, 63, 96, 315, 352, J92 

Annual list, ad. 95 Manuscripts, gifts of. 61, 172, 273 

Annual report, publication of. 973 Mason, F. S., gift from. 314 

Anthropology and ethnology of Europe, Bibliography Montaiglon sale, purchases from. 196 

of. 171 Monthly Bulletins, increased demand for. 273 

Anti-slavery letters, gifts of. 61, 273 Morse, Prof. £. S. 127 

Bacon,_Edwin M. ^5- Municipal lectures, note on. 61, 95, 127 

Baer, F. H., loans his collection of valentines. 127 

Bates Hall, topics of interest in. 127 

Baxter, Sylvester, gift from. 973 

Beethoven, Crawford's statue of. 973 

Benton, Josiah H., Jr., appointed Trustee. 171 

Blackburn, Helen, gift from. 95 

Murdoch, John. 59, 295 

National portrait gallery, London, photographs of. 172 
Needs of the library. 
Obituaries : 

Arthur Mason Knapp. 

Philip Henry Savage. 

Frederick Octavius I'rince. 

William Whitwell Greenough. 
O'Neill, Catherine M.. gift from. 

Boston Daily Advertiser, reprint of editorial from. 390 
Boston Herald, reprint of editorial from. 271 

Bowditch, C. P., gift from. 95 

Branch finding list, publication of. 196 Open shelves at certain Branches. 

Branches and Stations, changes in, 61, 391; programme Osbourne, Lloyd, gift received through. 
of exhibitions at Branches, 1899-1900. 350 Prang, Louis, i^ift from. 


61, 391 


Prince, Frederick O., retirement of, 172; obituary 
notice of. 195 

Prince library, return of missing book to. 196 

Publications. 93, 171, 196, J14 

Putnam, Herbert, resignation of, ij6; resignation ac- 


guincy, Hon. Josiah. 

Gen. Walker. 39 

Brown, Allen A., gift from. 17 

Brownins collection, gift to 31. 

Bunker Hill literature, exhibition of. 171, 19 

Canterbury pilgrims, frieze of. 9 

Carret, J. F. .,...••: ^'•'::> ^ 

Charles ri^cft t^rid^e i:||0i^paiS|r«><<dwidcn4*ltPok ol. 31. 

Children's ftS^ofdh^e library, *^3^biti(M>* in. 19 

Civil war, photograiThs olf. ,, 19 

•Codman collection* cataIo(^y€^S ^uBQcation of. 9 

Congregationalism, £xhibiti^fi*(el^ifift to. 31. 

Crawford's statue • (^ }icc(hevcii>. • * 27, 

Crocker, George Q- ... .•••••• • 90 2>outn H-nd israncn, open shelves 

De Normandie,*J(ie^*i)^*Jafye^^idttctec vice-president Special libraries (including Fine 

of the TrustecV /- ••• ,• ; ••.•!. .2 171 exhibitions, bi. 95, 127, 171, 196, 

pley, Prof. William Z. 
Savage, Philip H., elected clerk of the trustees. 

obituary notice of. 
Scott, Sir Walter, unveiling of bust of. 
Sedgwick, Prof. W. T. 
Sen ef elder, bust of. 
Sohier, \\ . I)., gift from. 
South End Branch, open shelves at. 

Ine Arts department), 
314; programme of 



Documents, reception* t>f fecent'.' 61 exhibitions, 1899-19C0, 350 

Dwight, Dr. Thomas, appointed as Trustee. 171 Spitzer collection, exhibition of. ig6 

Estlin, Miss Mary, gift from. 273 State exhibition of drawings in public schools. 314 

Exhibitions. See Branches, Children's reference li- Station A., refurnished. 61 

brary. Special libraries. Station M., removal of. 391 

Felton, E. C, gift from. 196 Station U., opened. 61 

Fine Arts department. See Special libraries. Station W., establishment of. 391 

Galatea collection, gifts to. 61, 95 Stevens, B. F., of Boston, gift from. 314 

Garrison, Francis J., gifts received through. 61, 127, 273 Stevenson, K. L., gift of blocks engraved by. 273 

Garrison, William Lloyd, gift from family of. Sunday opening at certain Branches. 61, 391 

61, 127, 314 Trustees, action on resignation of Herbert Putnam, 

Gifts to the library. 61, 0^, 127, 171, 196, 273, 313, 391 
Greenough, William W., obituary notice of. 195 

H&ndel and Ilayden society, deposits statue of Bee- 
thoven in trust. 273 
Higginson, Col. T. W., gift to Galatea collection 

61, 95 
Hopkins, James F., exhibitions illustrative of lectures Visitors' day. 

by. 95, 127 Walker, C. Howard. 

Houghton, Mifflin & Co., gift from. 171 

International Congregational council. 314 

Jackson, W. F., gift irom. 314 

Jamaica Plain Branch, open shelves at. 391 

Knapp, Arthur M., obituary notice of. 26 

Law books, given by W. D. Sohier. 273 

Lecture Hall, opening of. 171 

Lincoln. Solomon, elected president of Trustees. 171 
Little, Brown & Co., gift from. 171 

126; appointments to Board of, 171; Annual report 

of, published, 273; action on retirement of F. (.). 

Prince. 172 

Valentines, exhibition of. 127 

Van Dyck, A., exhibition commemorative of. 314 

Velasquez, exhibition commemorative of. 196 

87. Q5 
Walker, (irneral Francis A., bronze memorial of. 391 
W'arren, Prof. H. Langford, exhibition illustrative of 
lectures by. 95 

Warren, Henry C. gift from estate of. 273 

Whitney, J. L.., 251; appointed as Acting Librarian. 

Wood engraving blocks done by R. L. Stevenson, gift 

of. 273 

Wyclif Society, gift from. 6x 






Vol. IV. No. I. 
Janiiary, 1899. 






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The ssrmbol = following the title of a work indicates that the work is a gift to the Library. 

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Brewer, Ebenezer Cobham. 
The historic note-book: with an appendix 
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Jeans, George Edward. 

A handbook for travellers in the Isle of 
Wight 5th edition. London, 1898. 
Map. 6538.76 

Reuss. Francis Xavier. 
Biographical cyclopaedia of the Catholic 
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Rouaix. Paul. 
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Genealogy. H eraldry . 

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Blake, Francis Everett. 

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descendants, with a full account of William 

Blake of Dorchester and his five children. 

Boston, 1898. Pis. 4432.138 

Colby. James W. 

[The appendix from the] History of the 
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Crisp, Frederick Arthur. 

List of parish registers and other genealo- 
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TT .l^\^^ PP- = ♦2501.81 

Holden, Fdward Singleton. 

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Beecher, Henry Ward. 
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Clough, Emma Rauschenbusch-. 
A study of Mary Wollstonecraft and the 
rights of woman. London, 1898. 4544.153 
Dallas. Sir George, bart. 
A biographical memoir of the late Sir Peter 
Parker, baronet, killed in action while 
storming the American camp at Bellair, 
near Baltimore. 31 August, 1814. Lon- 
don. 181 «;. Portr. ♦♦G.385.6 
Dickinson. Walter Mason. 

[Biographical sketch and tributes from the 
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Focrstcr-Nictzsche, Elisabeth. 
Das Leben Friedrich Nietzsche's. Bd. i, 2, 
Abth. I. Leipzig, 1895, 97. Portrs. 

Foxcroft, Helen Charlotte. 

The life and letters of Sir George Savile, 

Bart., first Marquis of Halifax &c. With 

a new edition of his works. London, 

1898. Portrs. = 4544.155 

Goldoni, Carlo. 1 707-1 793. 

Carlo Goldoni e il teatro di San Luca a 

Venezia. Con prefazione e note di Dino 

Mantovani. Milano, i88j. Portr. 2778.48 
Correspondence between Goldoni and Francesco 

Guerrier, Vladimir Ivanovitch. 
Leibnitz in seinen Beziehungen zu Russland 
und Peter dem Grossen. St. Petersburg, 
187,^. . . 4843.32 

Hoar, George Frisbie. 
Rufus Putnam, founder and father of Ohio. 
An address, Rutland. 17 Sept. 1898. Wor- 
cester, 1898. 28 pp. = 4345.167 

Another edition of this address, with the title 
"A pioneer hero" [etc], is on 4540.122. 

Leopardi. Giacomo. conte. 1789-1837. 
Lettere scritte a Giacomo Leopardi dai suoi 
parent!, con giunta di cose inedite o rare. 
Firenze, 1878. Portrs. 2749a.46 

Mumford, James Gregory. 

Sir Astley Cooper, bart. An essay before 
the Historical club of Johns Hopkins hos- 
pital, May 9, 1898. Boston, 1898. 22 pp. 
= 3738.49 

Murison, A. F. ^ ^ ,^ 

Sir William Wallace. N. Y., 1898. [Fampus 
Scots series.] 254921.14 

Murray, John, of Broughton. 
Memorials of John Murray of Broughton, 
sometime secretary to Prince Charles Ed- 
ward. Edited by R. F. Bell. Edinburgh, 
i89iB. Portrs. [Scottish history society.] 


Napier, George G. . r j ^ 

The homes and haunts of Alfred, Lord Ten- 
nyson. Glasgow, 1892. Illus. Portrs. 

Paulsen, Friedrich. 
Immanuel Kant. Sein Leben und seme 
Lehrc. Stuttgart, 1898. Portr. 36ooa.47 
Robinson, James Harvey, and Henry Win- 
chester Rolfe. 
Petrarch. The first modem scholar and man 
of letters. A selection from his corre- 
spondence with Boccaccio and other 
friends. Translated from the original 
Latin. N. Y., 1898. Portr. 2746.82 

St. John. James Augustus. 
Louis Napoleon, emperor of the French: a 
biography. London, 1857. 2649.47 

Serassi, Pierantonio. 1721-1791. 
La vita di Torquato Tasso. 3a edizione cu- 
rata e postillata da C. Guasti. Firenze, 
1858. 2 V. 2749a. 47 

Smeaton^ Oliphant. 
William Dunbar. N. Y. [1898.] [Famous 
Scots series.] 2549a. 13 

United States. 
Memorial addresses on Edward J. Gay, a 
representative from Louisiana. Washing- 
ton, 1891. 68 pp. Portr. = 4440.133 


Memorial addresses on Myron B. Wright 
(late a representative from Pennsylvania). 
Washington, 1895. 56 pp. Portr. = 

Memorial addresses on Richard W. Town- 

shend (a representative from Illinois). 

Washington, 1890. 66 pp. Portr. = 

Memorial addresses on Robert M. A. 

Hawk (a representative from Illinois). 

Washington, 1883. 43 pp. Portr. = 


Vigier de Mirabal, , comte dc. 

Davout, Mar6chal d'empire. Due d'Auer- 
staedt, Prince d'Eckmuhl. (1770-1823.) 
Paris, 1898. 2 V. Portr. 2653.112 

Wheelwright, Edward, editor. 

Martin Gay. Three letters written by an 
American loyalist to his wife, 1775-1788. 
Cambridge, 1898. 28 pp. Portr. = 

Willcox, Hamilton. 

The life of Alex. Del Mar. N. Y.. 1898. 

43 pp. = , 4342.182 

Williamson, David, editor. 
William Ewart Gladstone: statesman and 
scholar. N. Y., 1898. Portrs. Pis. 


Worcester countv mechanics association. 

Exercises at the presentation of memorial 

portrait of Thomas Plunkett. [Boston, 

189^.1 18 pp. = 4449.234 


Ancient. Modem. Asia. Africa. 

Burleigh, Bennet. 
Sirdar and Khalifa or the re-conquest of the 
Soudan, 1898. London, 1898. Illus. Portr. 

TUT ^^^•i>u^-*P\r XT 3053.223 

Myers, Philip Van Ness. 

Syllabus of lectures on the history of civili- 
zation in antiquity. [Cincinnati? 1896.] 
53 pp. = 2304.72 


Abbott, John Stevens Cabot 
The French Revolution of 1789 as viewed in 
the light of republican institutions. N. Y. 
[1887?] Illus. Portrs. 4622.11 

Barrett, William, F.S.A. 
The history and antiquities of the city of 
Bristol. Bristol. [1789.] Pis. Plans. 

Bios, Wilhelm. 

Die franzosische Revolution. Volksthum- 
liche Darstellung. 2te Auflage. Stutt- 
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Castagnola, Stefano. 
Da Firenze a Roma. Diario storico-politico 
del 1870-71. Torino, 1896. Portr. 2724.70 
Charles i. of England. 
A true copy of the journal of the High 
court of Justice, for the tryal of K. Charles 
I. Taken by J. Nalson. London, 1684. 
Pis. Portr. **G.386.28 


« I 

Fairfax, Sir Thomas, 3d baron Fairfax. 
A particular charge or impeachment . . . 
Against Denzill Hollis, Sir Richard 
Stapleton [and other] members of the 
House of Commons. London, 1647. (i), 
29 pp. ♦♦G.386.5 

A remonstrance . . . Presented to the Com- 
mons assembled in Parliament, the 20. in- 
stant, and tendred to the consideration of 
the whole kingdome. London, 1648. 70, 
(i) pp. ♦♦G.386.6 

Howell, James. 
Englands teares, for the present wars . . . 
London, 1644. 22 po. ♦♦0.386.1 

Hutchinson, James Robert. 
The romance of a regiment; being the true 
and diverting story of the Giant grenadiers 
of Potsdam, how they were caught and 
held in captivity, 1713-1740. London, 
189& 2856.81 

Joy, James Richard. 
Twenty centuries of English history. Mead- 
ville, Penn., 1898. Illus. Portrs. Maps. 
[Chautauqua reading circle literature.] 

Lissagaray, Prosper Olivier. 
Geschichte der Kommune von 1871. 2te 
Auflage. Stuttgart, 1894. Portrs. Pis. 

Montagu, Right Hon. Robert. 

Recent events and a clue to their solution. 

3d edition. London, 1888. 4518.155 

On the Irish question. 

Nestor. Russian chronicler. 1055-1115. 

Chronique dite de Nestor. Traduite sur le 

texte slavon-russe avec introduction et 

commentaire critique par Louis Leger. 

Paris, 1884. 5062.22 

Stevens, Captain John. 

The history of Bavaria. London, 1706. 

No. I in ♦♦G.382.1 
Strobel. Edward Henry. 
The Spanish revolution. 1868-1875. Bos- 
ton, 1808. Portr. Map. 3096.157 
Urquhart, David.^ 

ProfH'^s et position actuelle de la Russie en 
Orient: ouvrage traduit de Tanglais. 
[Anon.l Paris, 1856. Map. 3067.124 
Les quatre guerres de la Revolution. Ex- 
amines judiciairement pour d^montrer 
qu'elles auraient 6t6 impossibles sans^ la 
suppression des fonctions du Conseil priv6 
par facte du Parlement de 1705. Londres, 
1874. 68 pp. 2626.121 


Burton, Clarence Monroe. 
"Cadillac's village," or "Detroit under Ca- 
dillac." Detroit, 1896. 43 pp. = 4477.241 
Davis, Walter Alonzo, (Compiler. 
The old records of Fitchburgh. Fitchburg, 
1898. Portrs. = ♦4351.140 

Gillespie, Charles Bancroft. 
The city of Chelsea, Massachusetts. Chel- 
sea, 1898. Illus. Portrs. = ♦235oa.40 
Graham, George W. 
Whv North Carolinians believe in the 
Mecklenburg declaration of independence. 

fd edition. Charlotte, 1898. 43 pp. Illus. 
*ortr8. 4466.139 

Greene, Jacob L. 
[Letter to Francis G. Peabody on the war 
with Spain.] Dated, Hartford, May 11, 
1898. (3) pp. = 442oa.79 

Hart, Albert Bushnell. 
Epoch maps illustrating American history. 
N. Y.. 1898. (5) pp. 14 maps. 2386.58 
Landrum, J. B. O. 
Colonial and revolutionary history of upper 
South Carolina . . . Greenville, 1^7. 
Portr. 4373.142 

Linehan, John Cornelius, and Thomas Ham- 
ilton Murray. 
Irish schoolmasters in the American colo- 
nies, 1640-1775, with a continuation of the 
subject during and after the war of the 
Revolution. Washington, 1898. 32 pp. 

Macbeth, Roderick George 

The making of the Canadian West. Toronto, 

1898. Portrs. Pis. 4466.153 

Mead, Edwin Doak. 

The Old South pilgrimage to the King 

Philip country [Mount Hope, R. I.]. 

[Boston, 1898.] 8 pp. = 4438.157 

Morris, Charles, of Philadelphia. 

The war with Spain. Phila., 1899. Pis. 

Portrs. Maps. 44203.88 

Moseley, Edward A. 

Annual address of the president general [of 

the! American-Irish historical society, 

February 17, 1898. [N. Y.? 1898.] 19 

^ pp. = 4317.47 

Noa, Frederic M. 

The pearl of the Antilles. A view of the 
past and a glance at the future. N. Y., 
1808. Q7 pp. = 4368.175 

Old South historical society, Boston. 

Old South pilgrimage to the King Philip 
country [Mount Hope, R. I. Circular]. 
[Boston, 1898.] (4) pp. Illus. 4438.158 
Ranck, George Washington. 
The story of Bryan's Station. Historical 
address delivered August 18, 1896. Lex- 
ington, Ky., 1896. 75 pp. PI. = 4378.154 
Robinson, Charles, ist governor of Kansas. 
The Kansas conflict. Lawrence, 1898. 

Robinson, Harriet Jane Hanson. 

Loom and spindle, or life among the early 
mill girls [in Lowell). N. Y. [1898.] 


The American and British chronicle of war 
and politics . . . from May 10, 1773 to July 
16, 1781. London. [1783.] ♦♦G.384.9 

Sawyer, John, of Cherry Valley, N. Y. 
History of Cherry Valley. Cherry Valley, 
1898. 4376.155 

Smith, Captain John. 1 579-1631. 
The true travels, adventures, and observa- 
tions of Captaine lohn Smith, in Europe, 
Asia, Affrica, and America . . . Together 
with a continuation of his generall His- 
tory of Virginia, Summer-Isles, New Eng- 
land . . . London, 1630. (12), 60 pp. 
Pis. ♦♦G.383.20 

The large folding map i>ublished with this book, 
and also a fac-simile oi it, have been cut up and 
each division inserted in its proper place through- 
out the book. 

Stith, William. 
The history of the first discovery and settle- 
ment of Virginia. Williamsburg, 1747. 

Thomas, J. A. W. 

A history of Marlboro county. Atlanta, Ga., 

1897. Portr. Map. 4375-131 
Trumbull, Henry Clay. 

War memories of an army chaplain. N. Y., 

1898. Portr. Pis. 4428.288 
Tudor, William. 

An oration delivered March S, 1779, at the 
request of the inhabitants of the town of 
Boston to commemorate the bloody tra- 
gedy of the fifth of March, 1770. Boston, 

1779. 3-23 [21] pp. »*G.384.20 

United States. 

Photographs of the war. Views made by 
government photographers during the 
Civil war. 243 photographs 6^ x inches, 
in s portfolios, with catalogue. Hartford. 
[189-?! *Cab.23.3i.2 

Van Rensselaer, M. K. 
The goede vrouvv of Mana-ha-ta at home and 
in society. N. Y., 1808. 2323.30 

West, Thomas, 3d baron De la Warre. 

The relation of the Risrht honourable, the 

lord De-La-Warre. lord gouernour and 

caotaine generall of the colonie planted in 

Virginea. London, 161 1. (17) no. 

Heliotype fac-simile. 20 copies printed. 

Fine Arts. Archaeology. 


Olechnowicz, Wladyslaw. 
Poszukiwania archeologiczne w gub. lubcl- 
skiej. W Krakowie, 1897. (i), 14 pp. 
Illus. = 2233.66 

Fine Arts. 

Barbari, Jacopo de*. 
Engravings and woodcuts. Edited by Paul 
Kristeller. Berlin. [1896.] (i), 6 pp. 
Illus. [International chalcographical so- 
ciety. ] *Cab.8o.67. i ( 1896) 
Bell, Malcolm. 
Sir Edward Burne-Jones. London, 1898. 
Portr. Pis. 4078.1 II 
Bonnat, Leon Joseph Florentin. 
Le triomphe de I'art. Plafond allegorique. 
Hotel de ville de Paris. Engraving by 
Jules Jacquet. Paris. [189-?] = 

Boston public school art league. 

Notes and suggestions on school room 
decoration. Cambridge, 1898. (i), 30 pp. 
PI. = 8097.27 

Dana, Charles Anderson. 

Eastern ceramics and other objects of art 

belonging to [his] estate ... N. Y., 

i8q8. = 4022.74 

Gandy, Walter. 

The romance of glass-making. London, 

1898. Illus. 8026.28 


Honey, Frederic Robertson. 
First lessons in linear perspective. N. Y., 
1808. 30 pp. Pis. 4060.76 

Lafencstre, Georges fidouard, and Eugene 
Venise. Paris. [1898.] Pis. [La peinture 
en Europe.] 8067.139 

La Sizeranne, Robert de. 
English contemporary art. Translated by 
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Flore und Blanceflor, altfranzosischer Ro- 
man nach der Uhlandischen Abschrift der 
Pariser Handschrift N. 6987. hrsg. von I. 
Bekker. Berlin, 1844. 4879a.34 

Heithecker, Fritz. 
Jean Bodel's „Jeu de Saint Nicholas." 
Miinster, i88<>. 67 pp. 4879.36 

Renan, Joseph Ernest. 
[CEuvres choisies.] Paris, 1897. 4709a.25 

German Literature. 

Deutscher Musen-Almanach fiir das Jahr 

1897. Blatter neuer deutscher Litteratur 
und Kunst. Herausgegeben von W. 
Arent. Leipzig. [1897.] Pis. *4870.39 

Hauptmann, Gerhart Johann Robert. 
Hannele, a dream poem. Translated by W. 
Archer. London, 1894. Portr. 6899a.73 

Greek and Latin Literature. 

Grenfel. Bernard Pyne, and Arthur Surridge 
Hunt, editors and translators. 
The Oxyrhynchus papyri. Part i. Lon- 
don, 1898. Fac-similes. [Egypt explo- 
ration fund.] *3052.i57 
Grey, Henry, editor. 

The classics for the million, being an epi- 
tome in English of the works of the 
principal Greek and Latin authors. N. Y, 

1898. 2969.89 
Kulcke, Otto. 

Seneca's Einfluss auf Jean de La Peruse's 
„Medee" und Jean do La Taille's „La 
famine ou les Gabeonites." Greifswald. 
[1884.1 59 pp. 2948.62 

Petronius Arbiter, Titus. 
Trimalchio's dinner. Translated by H. T. 
Peck. N. Y., 1898. Pis. 2923.82 

The republic. With studies for teachers. 
By W. L. Bryan and Charlotte L. Bryan. 
N. Y., 1898. 3007.79 

L'antre des nvmphes. Traduit du grec . . . 
par P. Quillard. Paris, 1893. 30 pp. = 


Italian Literature. 

Ambrosoli. Francesco. 
Manuale della letteratura italiana. Edizione 
ricorretta e accresciuta. loa impressione. 
Firenze. 1885. 4 v. 2770.25 

Carlotti, Regolo, compiler. 

Poesie di alcuni moderni autori corsi. 

Firenze, 1870. 267 pp. 2769a.77 

Wichmann, O. 

L'art poetique de Boileau dans celui de 

Gottsched. Berlin, 1879. 30 PP. 2675.76 


Persian Literature. 

Omar Khayyam. 

Rubaiyat. Rendered into English verse by 
Edward Fitzgerald and into Latin by H. 
W. Greene. Privately printed by Nathan 
Haskell Dole. Boston, 1898. 63 pp. 


Spanish Literature. 

Kelly. James Fitzmaurice-. 
A history of Spanish literature. N. Y., 1898. 

Quevedo y Villegas, Francisco Gomez de. 

Obras completas. Edicion critica, ordenada 

. . . por A. Femindez-Guerra y Orbe. 

Con notas y adiciones de M. Menendez y 

Pelayo. Tomo i. Sevilla, 1897. 3092.125 

Turkish Literature. 

Decourdemanche, Jean Adolphe, trgjislator. 
Les ruses des femmes (Mikri-zenan) et ex- 
traits du Plaisir apres la peine (Feredj bad 
chiddeh). Traduit du turc. Paris, 1896. 


Drama. Shakespeare. 

Boston. Theatres. 

[Scrap-book containing newspaper clip- 
pings relating chiefly to old_Boston actors 
and minstrels.] *4452.90 

[Theatrical, musical and amusement events 
in Boston, 1875-79. Also opening attrac- 
tions of the Boston theatre, 1854-79; and 
of the Boston museum for 36 seasons.] 
Scrap-book. ♦445oa.59 

Brown, Thomas Allston. 

[History of the New York theatres, 1732- 

1893. Newspaper clippings. A series of 

articles published in the New York clipper, 

1888-1894.] *45oo.ii3 

Colagrosso, Francesco. 

La prima tragedia di Antonio Conti. Nuova 
edizione accresciuta. Firenze, 1898. 61 

T^ PPv . ^ 4775.88 

Dewischeit. Curt. 
Shakespeare und die Anfange der engli- 
schen Stenographie. Berlin, 1897. 42 pp. 

Lees, John. 

Questions on Shakspeare's A midsummer 
night's dream. London, 1894. 56 pp. 


Rostand, Edmbnd. 

Cyrano de Bergerac. Translated from the 

French by Gladys Thomas and Mary F. 

Guillemard. N. Y., 1898. Portr. 6699a.65 

Same. London, 1898. 6699a.66 

Rovenhagen, Ludwig. 

Alt-englische Dramen. Abt. i. [Aachen. 
1879] 39 pp. 2552.89 


Vopel, Carl. 
John Webster. His life and his dramas. 
Bremen, 1888. 31 pp. 2552.87 


Giani, Leopoldo Carlo Massimiliano. 

Italienische Sprichworter in deutschem Ge- 

wande. Stuttgart, 1876. 2779.47 

In German and Italian. 

Joyce, Patrick Weston, editor and translator. 

Old Celtic romances. 3d edition. London, 

1898. 2479.87 

Ragozin, Zanaida Alexeievna. 

Tales of the heroic ages. Siegfried, the 

hero of the North, and Beowulf, the hero 

of the Anglo-Saxons. N. Y., 1898. Pis. 

Talko-Hryncewicz, Ju. 

[Revue de] "La medecine populaire dans la 
Ruthenie meridionale" [Zarys lecznicteva 
Sudowego na Rusi poludniowej]. [Cra- 
covie. 1893.] 8 pp. = 3724-^ 

Teit, James. 
Traditions of the Thompson river Indians 
of British Columbia . . . Boston. 1898. 


Medicine. Hygiene. 


Bouchut, Eugene. 
Traite pratique des maladies des nouveau- 
nes. 5e edition. Paris, 1867. Illus. 

Brough, David Dandie. 
Formaldehyde gas as a disinfectant. [Bos- 
ton, 1898.] 16 pp. = 3764,130 
Bucquoy. Jules. 
Legons cliniques sur les maladies du coeur, 
professees a THoiel-Dieu de Paris. 2t 
edition. Paris, 1870. Illus. = 3803.39 
Cheney, Frederick Edward. 
Ocular headaches. [Boston, 1892.] 7 pp. := 

Cuff, Herbert Edmund. 
A course of lectures on medicine to nurses. 
London, 1896. Illus. 3729.114 

Follin, Frangois Anthime Eugene. 
Traite elementaire de pathologie extemc. 
Paris, 1869-71. 3 V. Illus. = *579i.i7 
Friedberger, Franz, and Eugen Froehner. 
Veterinary pathology. Translated by M. 
H. Hayes. [Vol. i.] Infective diseases of 
animals. London, 1898. 6002.42 

Green, Thomas Henry. 
An introduction to pathology and morbid 
anatomy. 7th American edition, enlarged 
by H. M. Murray. Phila., 1895. Illus. 

Grisolle, Auguste. 
Traite elementaire et pratique de pathologie 
interne. 9e edition. Paris, 1869. 2 v. = 




Guinard, L. 
Th6rapeutique et pharmacodynamic. T. i. 
Paris, 189P. [Encyclopedie v6t6rinaire.] 

Hervietix, fidouard. 
Traite clinique et pratique des maladies 
puerp^rales. Paris, 1870. lUus. = 

Joulin, D6sir6 Joseph. 

Trait6 complet d'accouchements. Paris, 
1867. Illus. = ♦3771.26 

Marcy, Henry Orlando. 
Placental development. [Phila., 1887.] (7) 

^ pp. = . 3774.77 

Mondeville, Henri de. 

La chinirgie. Traduction contemporaine de 
Tauteur, publi^e d'aores le ms. unique de 
la Bibilotheque nationale par A. Bos. 
Tome I. Paris, 1897. [Society des an- 
ciens textes fran^ais.] *2694.i03 

Napheys, George Henry. 

Modem therapeutics. 2d edition. Phila., 

1871. = 3784.49 

Schenck, Samuel Leopold. 

Schenck's theory. The determination of 
sex. Chicago, 1898. *3779i3i 

Siebenmann, Friedrich. 

Die Blutgefasse im Labyrinthe des mensch- 
lichen Ohres. Wiesbaden, 1894. 38 pp. 
Pis. ♦3800.101 

Trousseau, Armand. 

Qiniauc m6dicale de THotel-Dieu de Paris. 
3e edition. Paris, 1868. 3 v. = ♦3710.20 
Walshe, Walter Hayle. 

Trait^ clinique des maladies de la poitrine. 
Traduit par J. B. Fonssagrives. Paris, 
1870. = ^ 3793.85 

Worcester, Mass. City hospital. 

The Samuel Winslow surgery. [Worcester, 
1896.] 16 pp. = 57693.100 


Blaikie, William. 

How to get strong and how to stay so. 
New edition. N. Y., 1898. Portrs. Pis. 

Bullock, Margaret. 

The world's sanatorium : a sketch of Rotorua 

and its environs. Wellington, 1897. vi, 

26 pp. Pis. [Department of lands and 

survey, New Zealand.] 379ob.4 

Woodhull, Alfred Alexander. 

Notes on military hygfiene for officers of the 
line. New edition. N. Y., 1898. 3769.200 


Avstralasian association for the advancement 
of science. 
Report of the meeting, ist. 1888. Sydney. 
[1889.] Pis. Charts.. = ♦5304.70 

Australian museum, Sydney. 

Catalogue of the Australian hydroid Zoo- 
)hytcs. By W. M. Bale. Sydney, 1884. 
"Is. = ^5822.27 


Catalogue of the Echinodermata. By £. P. 
Ramsay. Part i. Echini. Desmosticha 
and Pestalosticha. 2d edition. Sydney, 
1891. vii, 59 pp. Pis. = *5822.28 

Catalogue of the fishes in the collection . . . 
Part I. Recent palaeichthyan fishes. By 
J. D. Ogilby. Sydney, 1888. 33 PP- = 


Descriptive catalogue of the sponges in the 
Australian museum . . . By R. von Len- 
denfeld. London, 1888. Pis. = *5822.33 

Descriptive catalogue (with notes) of the 
general collection of minerals ... By A. 
F. Ratte. Sydney, 1885. = *5822.35 

Hints for the preservation of specimens of 
natural history. By E. P. Ramsay. 4th 
edition. Sydney, 1890. 32 pp. = *5822.36 
Brueckner, Eduard. 

Die feste Erdrinde und ihre Formen. Wien, 

1897. Illus. 386oa.3 
Chun, Carl. 

Die Ctenophoren der Plankton-Expedition. 
Kiel, 1898. 32 pp. Pis. ♦7880.14. 1 

Clayton, H. Helm. 
Scientific kite-flying at Blue Hill. [Boston, 
1896.] 5 pp. = 5967.62 

Doubleday, Neltje Blanchan De Graff. 
Birds that hunt and are hunted. By Neltje 
Blanchan. N. Y., 1898. Pis. ♦390oa.6i 
Ferguson. S. P. 
The pole star recorder. [Boston, 1894. J 3 
pp. PI. = 5907.4S 

This instrument serves to register the amount of 
cloudiness at night. 

Gaillard, Claude. 

Notes sur quelques esp^ces de cyprinodons 

de TAsie Mineure et de la Syrie. [Lyon, 

1895.] 15 pp. Illus. No. 2 in ♦3&K).35 

Haecker, Valentin. 

Die pelagischen Polychaeten- und Achaeten- 

larven der Plankton- Expedition. Kiel, 

1898. t;o pp. Illus. Map. ♦7880.12.4 
Halstcd, George Bruce. 

Mathematical works by George Bruce Hal- 
sted. Austin, Texas, 1897. 52 pp. 


Hind, Wheelton. 

A monograph of the British carboniferous 

Lamellibranchiata. Part i, 2. London, 

1896. Pis. [Palaeontographical society.] 

Hoffman, Frank Sargent. 
The sphere of science. A study of scientific 
investigation. N. Y., 1898. 791?. I4 

Ingersoll, Ernest. 
The book of the ocean. N. Y., 1898. Illus. 
Portrs. 5822.80 

Lapouge, Georges Vacher de. 

Note sur un nouveau singe pliocene (An- 

thropodus Rouvillei). [Rennes, 1894.] 7 

pp. = 3863.85 

Lydekker, Richard. 

The deer of all lands. London, 1898. Illus. 

Madras. Government museum. 

Bulletin. Vol. i; vol. 2, no. i. Madras, 
1894-97. Pis. Maps. = *S89S.4I 

Mortensen, Theodor. 
Die Echinodermenlarven der Plankton-Ex- 
pedition. Kiel, 1898. Illus. Map. 



Museo nacional de Buenos Aires. 
Memoria correspondiente al aiio 1894-96. 
Buenos Aires, 1897. = ♦5821.60 

Naegeli, Carl Wilhelm von. 
A mechanico-physiological theory of or- 
ganic evolution. Summary [by V. A. 
Clark]. Chicago, 1898. 6 pp. = 3828.91 
Pemer, Jaroslav. 
£tudes sur les graptolites de Boheme. Tra- 
duit par A. S. Oudin. Partie 1-3 § a. 
Prague, 1894-97. Illus. *7885.5i 

Prentiss, Henry Mellen. 
The great polar current. N. Y. [1897.] 

Reiche, Carl Friedrich. 
Flora de Chile. T. i. Santiago de Chile, 
1896. 3852.86 

Rotch, Abbott Lawrence. 
The use of kites to obtain meteorological 
records in the upper air at Blue Hill ob- 
servatory, U. S. A. [London, 1897.! 2 
pp. Illus. = 5907.75 

Sacco, Federico. 

Lc rhinoceros de Dusino. [Lyon, 1895.] 
31 pp. Pis. No. 3 in ^3820.35 

Torrey. Bradford. 
A world of green hills. Observations of 
nature and human nature in the Blue 
Ridpe. Boston. 1898. 3819.36 

University of Kansas. 
The university R'eological survey of Kansas. 
Vol. I, 2, 4. Topeka, 1896-^. 3 v. THus. 
Maps. = ^7863. 77 

Valentine, John Tristram Tristram-. 
London birds and beasts. London, tSq<. 

Wp'^ace. Alfred Russel. 

The wonderful centiirv. Its successes and 
failures. N. Y., 1898. Portr. 7917.12 

Anthropology. Ethnology. 

Australian museum, Sydney. 
Descriptive list of Australian weapons, im- 
plements, &c., from the Darling and Lach- 
Ian rivers. [Sydney, 1897.] 4 pp. = 

Demolins, Edmond. 
A quoi tient la sup6riorite des Anglo- 
Saxons. Paris. [1897.] 2309.63 
Deniker, Joseph. 
Sur les ossements humains recueillis par M. 
Diguet dans la Basse-Californie. [Paris, 
1895.1 3 PP- = ♦3822.131 
International congress of prehistoric anthro- 
pology and archaeology, nth session. 
Mat^riaux concemant les expositions, les 
excursions et les rapports sur des ques- 
tions touchant les congfr^s. Moscow, 1893. 
2 V. Illus. ^6230.56 

This scASton included also the International con- 
frress of Koologry. 

Jacobs, Julius. 

Het familie — en kampongleven op Groot- 

Atjeh. Eine bijdrage tot de ethnographie 

van Noord-Sumatra, Leiden, 1894. 2 v. 

Pis. 3822.189 

I^oth. Walter Edmond. 

Ethnological studies among the north- 
westcehtral Queensland aborigines. Bris- 
bane, 1897. Pis. ♦3822.201 


Svenska sallskapet for antropologi och geo- 
Antropologiska sektionens tidskrift Bd. i. 
1878-^. Stockholm, 1878-80. Illus. 


This journal was succeeded by Ymer [*6a73.a5]. 

Forhandlingar vid sallskapets sammankom- 
ster. 187&-1880. Stockholm, 1882. 66 pp. 


Stadgar . . . antagna den 15 December 1877. 
Stockholm, 1878. 8 pp. ♦6273.22 


Dedekind, Richard. 
Stetigkeit und irrationale Zahlen. 2. Auf- 
lage. Braunschweig, 1892. (7), 24 pp. 


Philosophy. Education. 



Alexander, Archibald, one time professor of 
philosophy in Columbia college. 
Theories of the will in th^ history of 
philosophy. N. Y., 1898. 3609.174 

Barrington. Arthur Henry. 
Anti-Christian cults. An attempt to show 
that spiritualism, theosophy and Christian 
science are devoid of supernatural powers. 
Milwaukee. [1898.] 5499a.66 

Jones, Adam Leroy. 
Early American philosophers. N. Y., 1898^ 
80 pp. [Columbia university contribu- 
tions to philosophy, psychology and edu- 
cation.] ♦36o4.rtaa 

Devoted in great part to Samuel Johnson, D.D.. 
and Jonathan Fdwards. 

Mills. Thomas Wesley. 
The nature & development of animal intelli- 
gence. London, 1898. 3888.27 
Mivart, St George. 
The groundwork of science. A sttsdy of 
cpistemology. N. Y., 1896. [Science 
series.] 3605.180 


Cornell university. 
Ten-year book. [Vol.] 3. 1868-1898. 
Ithaca, 1898. ♦2386.26.3 

Curling, Joseph James, and Charles Knapp. 
Historical notes concerning Queen's col- 
lege, St. John's, Newfoundland. London, 
1898. Pis. 448oa.io5 

Eliot, Charies William. 
Educational reform. Essays and addresses. 
N. Y., 1898. 3597.1^ 

Friedrich, Johannes. 

Jahn als Erzieher. Mtinchen, 1895. 4868.41 

Gallaher. James E., editor. 

Representative deaf persons of the United 

States of America . . . who are en^ged 

in the higher pursuits of life. Chicago, 

1898. Portrs. = 5594.122 


Massachusetts state normal school, Westfield. 

Course of study in geogn'^phy for the model 

and practice schools. [Westfield? 1898?] 

2 pp. = 3599.179 

Monroe, Will Seymour. 

Das Studium der Kindesseele in Amerika. 
[Obersetzt von A. Neubert] Leipzig, 
1898. = 7592.146 

Picard, Edmond. 

L'Institut des hautes Etudes i rUniversit6 
nouvelle de Bruxelles. Paris, 1897. 35 pp. 
= 4835.45 

Woodbury. Charles Jeptha Hill. 

The purpose of textile education. Waltham, 
Mass., 1897. 18 pp. = 3593- 140 

Ethics. Manners. 

Cavern o, Charles. 

Chalk lines over morals. Chicago, 1898. = 

Gregory, Eliot 

Worldly ways & byways. N. Y., 1898. 

Harrison, Constance Cary. (Mrs. Burton 
The well-bred girl in society. Phila. [1898.] 

Hodges, George. 
Social righteousness. Boston, 1897. 14 pp. 

14 pp. = 5579a. 1453 

James, William, M.D. 

The importance of habits. Boston, 1897. 16 

pp. = 5579a. 145. 1 

Marden, Orison Swett. 

The secret of achievement. N. Y. [1898.] 

Portrs. 5586.30 

Miller, James Russell. 

Young people's problems. N. Y. [1898.] 

Nichols, Thomas L. 

Social life: its principles, relations, and ob- 
ligations. London, 1895. 3589.159 

Religion. Theology. 

Abbott, Lyman. 
The Boul'^ quest after God. N. Y. [1897.] 
29 pp. 3489.42 

Ball, Charles James, editor. 

The Queen's printers* aids to the student of 
the Holy Bible. Variorum illustrated edi- 
tion. London. [1898.] 3 parts in i v. 
IIlus. Maps. 342384 

Bampton lectures. Namely: 

17&). Bandinel, James. *7504-45 

1782. Holmes, Robert. *7504.47 

1783. Cobb, John. ♦7504.48 
1788. Shepherd, Richard. ♦750450 
1791. Morres. Robert. *7504.5i 
1793. Williamson, James, B.D., of Queen's 

college, Oxford. *7504.5a 

1795. Veysie, Daniel. *7504.53 

1796. Gray, Robert, D.D. 1762-1834. 




1797. Finch, William. 

1803. Farrer, John. 

1806. Browne, John, M.A., of Oxford! 

1808. Penrose, John. ♦7504.58 

1813. Collinson, John. ♦7504.59 

1821. Jones, Rev. John, M.A., archdeacon 
of Merioneth. ♦7504.61 

1826. Vaux, William. „ *7504.62 

1840. Hawkins, Edward, D.D. irj^^j?^^ 

1846. Short, Augustus. /' ^^^504.68 

1847. Shirley, Walter Augusti|s. ^7504.69 

1848. Marsh, Edward Garrard^' ♦750470 

1853. Thomson, William, D.D., archbishop 
of York. ^ ♦7504.7a 

1854. Waldegrave, Samuel. ♦7504-73 
1857. Jelf, William Edward ^7504.74 
i8''3. Smith, Isaac Gregory. ♦7504-75 

By the recent addition of the Bampton lectures 
above-mentioned, the file in this Library is so 
far complete as to lack only six issues. 

Barrows, Walter Manning. 
Southern congregational churches. [N. Y., 
1898?] 6 pp. = No. I in 5579a.i5o 

Bauer, Clema W. 
Indian missions. Part 5. Arizona. Hart- 
ford. Conn. [1896.] 16 pp. = 3537.125 
Berkowitz, Henry. 
Kiddush or Sabbath sentiment in the home. 
Phila., 1898. 70 pp. Illus. 2299a.93 

The parallel Psalter: being the Prayer-book 
version of the Psalms and a new version 
arranpred on opposite pages. With an in- 
troduction and glossaries by S. R. Driver. 
Oxford, 1808. 3419.1^ 

Canticum canticorum, ex Hebraeo convertit 
et explicavit Caietanus Kossowicz. Petro- 
poli, i8*^. [international cong^ress of 
orientalists. 3d session.] 3424.110 

Bossuet. Jacques B^nigne, bishop of Meaux. 
Sermons choisies pan^gyriaues. Avec des 
notes par D. Bertrand. Paris, 1898. 

Boynton, Nehemiah. 
Congregational loyalty to congregational 
societies. [N. Y., 1898?] 4 PP- = 

No. 2 in S579a.i50 

Real preaching. Three gddresses to th^ 

th/?o)ogical student* of Ob«rlin. Boston, 

1897. ^39- W 

Bridgman, Howard Allen. ^ « 

Missionary partnership between C. E. and 

A. M. A. [N. Y., 1898?! 4 Pp- = 

No. 3 in 5579a.i50 

Bugg, Francis. ^^ , • ^ 

The pilgrim's progress, from Quakerism to 
Christianity. 2d edition. London, 1700. 


Butler. Dugald. .,,*,. .x. 

The ancient church and parish of Abernethy. 
Edinburgh, 1897. Pis. ♦2471.77 

Carleton, George, bishop of Chichester. 
A thankful remembrance of God's mercy. 
In an historicall collection of the great 
and mercifull deliverances of the church 
and state of England from the beginning 
of Queene Elizabeth. 3d edition. Lon- 
don, 1627. Illus. ♦♦G.387.3 



Chapman, John Wright. 
Our mission in Alaska. Hartford, Conn. 

[1894.1 15, (3) pp. = 3537.1 1 1 

Crook, Frederick W. 
Our Nevada and Utah Indians. Hartford, 
Conn. [1895.] = 3537.123 

Dale, Robert William. 
The Epistle of James, and other discourses. 
London, 1895. 3448.84 

Barrel, John. 
A treatise of the chvrch. Written against 
them of the Separation, commonly called 
Brownists . . . London, 1617. ♦♦0.387.49 
Dix, Morgan, editor. 
A history of the parish of Trinity church, 
New York. Part i. N. Y., 1898. Pis. 


Driggs, John B. 

Stories from the mission field. Mission life 

at Point Hope [Alaska]. Hartford. [1896.] 

12 pp. Pis. Map. = 3537.121 

Farrar, Frederic William. 

Seekers after God London, 1898. 7447-142 
Fox, John. 
An abridgement of the booke of Acts and 
monvmentcs of the chvrch: abridged by 
Timothe fright. London, 1589. 

Hilarius Pictaviensis, St., bishop of Poitiers. 
Tractatvs de mysteriis et hymni et S. Silviae 
Aqvitanae Peregrinatio ad loca sancta. 
Qvae inedita ex codice Arretino depromp- 
sit loh. Franciscvs Gamvrrini. Romae, 
1887. 2 pis. 2 maps. ♦3500.18 

Hirschfeld, Hartwig. 
Beitrage zur Erklarung des Koran. Leip- 
zig, 1886. 3025.37 
Holtzmann, Heinrich Julius. 
Bricfe und Offenbarung des Johannes. Frei- 
burg i. B., 1893. 3421.133 
Die Synoptiker. Freiburg i. B., 18^. 

Howgfill, Francis. 
The deceiver of the nations discovered and 
his cruelty made manifest . . . More es- 
pecially his cruel works of darkness . . . 
in Maryland in Virginia . . . London, 

1660. 27 pp. ♦♦G.387.19 

An account of the treatment of the Quakers. ^ 

The popish inquisition newly erected in 

New-England . . . London, 1650. (4), 

72 pp. ♦♦G.387.20 

An account of the treatment received by the 
Quakers in Boston and other towns. 

Illingworth, John Richardson. 

Divine immanence. An essay on the spiritual 

significance of spiritual matter. N. Y.. 

1898. 3458.194 

James, William, M.D. 1842- 
Human immortality. Two supposed objec- 
tions to the doctrine. Boston, 1898. 7^ 

pp. 3457.171 

Lawne, Christopher. 
The prophane schisme of the Brownists or 
Separatists. [London.] i6i2. (8), 88 pp. 

Liber hymnorum. 
The Irish Liber hjrmnorum. Edited with 
translations, notes and glossary by J. H. 
Bernard and R. Atkinson. London, 1898. 
2 V. Fac-similes. [Henry Bradshaw so- 
fiety.l ♦3432.112 

Lotesoriere, Tobia. 

L'attuale posizione dello stato relativamente 

alia chiesa; e Topera del liberalismo 

massonico. Torino, 1898. 3469.101 

McCabe, Joseph. 

Life in a modern monastery. London, 1898. 

Miller, James Russell. 

The joy of service. N. Y. [1898.] 5444.98 
Missionary leaflet. The. No. 5. 
Our missions to the Indians. [Hartford, 
1896.1 7 pp. Illus. = *7536.i3i 

Moodey, Joshua. 1663. 1697. 
The great sin of | formality | in God's wor- 
ship: I or, I the formal worshipper proved 
a I lyar and deceiver. | Being the subject 
of a I sermon | preacht on the Weekly lec- 
ture] in Boston. Boston, 1691. (i), 42 
pp. = ♦♦G.376.80 

Mudd, Ann. 
A cry, a cry: a sensible cry for many months 
together hath been in my heart for the 
Quakers return out of that Egyptian 
darkness they have long lain in. [Lon- 
don, 1678.] 7 pp. No. 2 in ♦♦G.387.15 
Muggleton, Lodowick. 
An answer to Isaac Pennin^on, Esq.; his 
book intituled, Observations on some 
passages of Lodowick Muggleton's In- 
terpretation of the nth chapter of Revela- 
tions. London, 1719. (4), 24 pp. 

No. 2 in ♦♦G.387.58 

Letter to Robert Peirce, concerning the 

Holy Ghost. [Dated August 2d, i68a] 

[London, 1719.] 8 pp. No. 6 in ♦♦G.387.58I 

A true interpretation of the Witch of Endor^ 

2d edition. London, 1724. (4), 50 pp. 

No. 8 in ♦♦G.387.58 

New England deaconess home and training 


Deaconess work in Boston. [Boston, 1896.] 

^ 16 pp. = 5576.139 

Report of the first year's work of tho 

Deaconess hospital in connection with 

the New England deaconess home and 

training school. [Boston, 1897.] 16 pp. 

= 5576.140 

Norton, John. 1606-1663. 
The heart of New-England rent at the blas- 
phemies of the present generation. Or a 
brief tractate, concerning the doctrine of 
the Quakers, . . . London, 1660. (3), 8a 

pp. ♦♦G.387.17 

Pagitt, Ephraim. 

Heresiography, or, a description of the. 
heretickes and sectaries sprang up in these 
latter times. 4th edition. London, 1647. 


Pearse, Mark Guy. 
The gentleness of Jesus. N. Y. [1898.} 
Portr. 347^124. 

Pcnn, William. 
An epistle, containing a salutation to all 
faithful Friends, a reproof to the unfaith- 
ful. [London, 1682.] 7 pp. ♦*G.387.I^ 
Penny man, John. 
A collection of some passages (touching 
those called Quakers) which were writ . . . 
by several that were, or still are, amongst 
that people . . . [London, 1700.I 16 pp^ 

No. 2 in ♦♦G.387.II 


Qvaere, A, concerning the chvrch-covenant, 
practised in the separate congregations. 
Sent with a letter thereunto annexed, from 
J. G. to T. G. London, 1643. (i), 14 pp. 

Reeve, John. 

A discourse, between John Reeve and Rich- 
ard Leader, merchant. Recited by Lodo- 
wick Muggleton. [London, 1719.] 16 pp. 

No. 3 in ♦♦G.387.58 

An epistle of the prophet Reeve. Written 

in the year, 1656. [London. 1719.! 6 pp. 

No. 4 in ♦♦G.387.58 
The prophet Reeve's Epistle to his friend, 
discovering the dark light of the Quakers; 
written in the year 1654. [Also seven 
other letters written in 1656, 1657 and 
1658.] [London, 1719.] 20 pp. 

No. 7 in ♦*G.387.s8 
Reeve. John, and Lodowick Muggleton. 

A divine looking-glass; or, the third and 
last testament of Our Lord Jesus Christ 
... 3d edition. London, 1719. Portr. 

No. I in **G.387.58 

Joyful news from heaven. London. 1658. 

Ci). 78 pp. **G.38r57 

A remonstrance from the eternal God. 

[London.] 1719. 24 pp. 

^. , « , No. 5 in ♦*G.387.S8 

Rich, Robert, of Barbadoes. 

Hidden thines broueht to light, or the dis- 
cord of the grand Quakers among them- 
selves. [London?] 1678. (4). 44, (y) pp. 

,.. ^ **G.387.T5 

Rie^rs. Frederick B. 

Chn>Man schools for Indians. [N. Y.. 

^898?! 3 pp. = No. 8 in 55"79a.i50 

Ryder. Charles Jackson. 

Indian medicine lodge. N. Y. [1898?] (7) 

pp. = No. 9 in t;57Qa.i50 

The last word from Alaska. [Missions.] 

[N. Y., 1898?] 10 pp. Pis. = 

No. ID in 5579a. 150 
Redemption of races. N. Y. [1898?] 20 
pp. = No. II in 5579a. 150 

Schmiedel, Paul Wilhelm. 

Die Briefe an die Thessalonicher und an 
die Korinther. Freiburg i. B., 1892. 

Short account. A, of the lives and sufferings 
of several godly persons, who dy'd in 
England for the sake of the gospel, under 
the reign of King Henry viii. and Queen 
Mary. London. 1727. **G.387.5i 

Soden, Hermann Friedrich von. 

Die Briefe an die Kolosser, Epheser. Phile- 
mon: die Pastoralbriefe. [Timotheus, 
Titus]. Freiburg i. B., 1893. 3421.128 
Hcbraerbrief, Briefe des Petrus, Jakobus, 
Judas. Freiburg i. B., 1892. 3421.129 

Sunderland, Jabez Thomas. 
The Bible: its origin, growth, and character 
. . . N. Y.,1897. 3429.139 

Swift, Clarence F. 

American Highlanders. — No backward 

movement. [Poor whites.] [N. Y., 1898?] 

3 pp. = No. 12 in 55T9a.i5o 

Talbot, Ethelbert, and Hugh L. Burleson. 

Indian missions. 3. Hartford. [1894.] 16 

pp. Pis. Portrs. = 3537.112 


Tolstoi, Lyef Nikolaevitch, count. 
The Christian teaching. Translated by V. 
Tchertkoff. N. Y. [1898.] 3437.86 

Unitarian club of California. 
Addresses at the thirtieth meeting, held at 
San Francisco, April 26, 1897. [San 
Francisco, 1897.] 52 pp. = 7469.167 

Washburn, Lemuel K. 
Sunday and the Sabbath. Boston, 1886. 

23 po. = 7457.103 

Wheelock, Edwin Miller. 
The evolution of Providence. Boston, 1898. 

8 pp. = 5579a. 145.5 

Willard. Samuel. 1705-1741. 
The minister of God approved. A sermon 
preached at Arundel at the ordination of 
John Hovey. Added, a funeral sermon 
occasioned by the death of Mr. Willard. 
By William Thompson. Boston, i''43. 


WiMiams, Mrs. Edwin S. 

''^This Jesus Cfirist work." N. Y. [1898?] 

C-?) pp. r= No. 16 in 5579a. 1 50 

The Chinese in California. 
Young. Robert. 
Twofold concordance to the New Testa- 
ment. Edinburgh, 1884. ♦3420a.58 

Social Science. 

Political Economy. 

Allen, William V. 
The arbitration bill. Speech in the Senate, 
May II, 1898. [Wasrington, 1898.] 16 
pp. = 5655.70 

The bill is entitled, "A bill concerning carriers 
engaged in interstate commerce and their em> 

Birkmyre, William. 
Old age pensions. Glasgow. [189-?] 39 

pp. 5573.98 

Block, Maurice. 
The progress of economic ideas in France. 
[Translated by Cornelia H. B. Rogers.] 
Phila. [1894?] 33 PP. 3644.233 

Boehm-Bawerk, Eugen von. 
The ultimate standard of value. Phila. 
[189-?] 60 pp. 3644.229 

Doren. Alfred. 
Entwicklung und Organisation der Floren- 
tiner Ziinfte im 13. und 14. Jahrhundert. 
Leipzig, 1897. ♦5644.21.15 

Dyrenfurth. Gertrud. 
Die hausindustriellen Arbeiterinnen in der 
Berliner Blusen-, Unterrock-, Schiirzen- 
und Tricotkonfektion. Leipzig, 1898. 

Easton, H. 

The work of a bank. London. 1898. 

Eberstadt, Rudolph. 

Magisterium und Fraternitas. Leipzig, 

1897. ♦5644.21.15 

Farrer, Sir Thomas Henry, ist baron Farrer. 

Studies in currency, 1898. London, 1898. 

Charts. 3644.224 


Fetter, Frank. 
The exploitation of theories of value in the 
discussion of the standard of deferred 
payments. Phila. [1895.] 16 pp. 3644.230 
Hardwicke Henry. 
The art of getting rich. N. Y. [1897.] 

Harter, Michael D. 
American banking and the money supply 
of the future. Phila. [1893.] 14 pp. 

Lotz, Walther. 
Monetary situation in Germany. Phila. 
[1894.1 3644.232 

McLeod. Frank Fenwick. 
The history of fiat money and currency in- 
flation in New England, from 1620 to 
1789. Phila., 1898. 21 pp. 3644.236 

Mevroos, Arnold. 
Onze gemeente-financien. Amsterdam. 1897. 

= 3643.137 

Patten, Simon Nelson. 
Cost and utility. Phila. [1893.I 20 op. 


Perry, James Roy. 

Public debts in Canada. [Toronto, i8q8.] 

88 pp. [University of Toronto. Studies. 

Economic series.] 3641.28 

Philadelphia. Commercial museum. 

Prospectus of United States commercial 

commission to China. [Phila. 1898. 1 12 

pp. = 5655.69 

Ross. Edward Alsworth. 
Total utilitv standard of deferred payments. 
Phila. [1894.] 17 pp. 3644.231 

Simonton. Thomas C. 
A treatise on the law of municioal bonds of 
the muniripAl comorations of the United 
States. N. Y.. 1806. 3665.39 

Smith, Isaac Townsend. 

European spoliation in the Oriental world 
as affertine the commercial rights of the 
United States. [N. Y.] 1808. 37 po. = 

Tavlor. William Georee Langwr»r*hv. 
Values, positive and relative. Phi'a. rT8o6?l 
38 pp. 3644.235 

Political Science. 

Chamberlain, Leander Trowbridge. 
The state. An address before the Patria 
club. N. Y., 1898. (i), 50 pp. 5567.38 
Chapman, John Jay. 
Causes and consequences. N. Y., 1898. 


Contents. — Politica. — Society. — Education: 
Froebel. — Democracy. — Government. 

Lathers, Richard. 
Letter on the social and political degrada- 
tion of the times. [N. Y.?] 1898. 30 pp. 
= 4326.163 

On bossism in American politics. 

Lowell, Abbott Lawrence. 
Oscillations in politics. Phila., 1898. 29 pp. 

Thierry, C. de. 
Imperialism. With an introduction by W. 
E. Henley. London, 1898. 4519^.133 



Culver, L F. 
Alabama's resources and future prospects. 
1897. Birmingham, 1897. Ulus. Portrs. 

= 4477-238 

Ede, William Moore. 

The attitude of the church to some of the 

social problems of town life. 2d edition. 

Cambridge, 1896. [The Hulsean lectures 

for 1895] 3569.253 

Ely. Richard Theodore. 

What is our social ideal? Boston, 1898. 14 

PP- 5579a. 145.6 

Huntington, George. 

The Chinese puzzle. [N. Y., 1898?] 8 pp. 
= No. 6 in 5579a. 150 
Levi, Kate Everest. 
Geographical origin of German immigra- 
tion to Wisconsin. Madison, 1898. 52 pp. 
Map. = 4373.136 
Mason, Lewis D. 
The pauper inebriate. [Hartford, 1897.] 10 

„ PP- = 7583.178 

Patton. Cornelius Howard. 

A broad education. [N. Y., 1898?] 7 pp. = 

^. No. 7 in 5579a,i50 

This tract is a discussion of the education of the 

Pobiedonostsef, Konstantin Petrovitch. 
Reflections of a Russian statesman. Trans- 
lated by R. C. Long. London, 1898. 


Rauchberg. Heinrich. 

Die Bevolkerung Osterreich« auf Gnind 

der Ergebnisse der Volkszahlunflr yom 31. 

December 1890. Wien, 1895. Maps. Dia- 

prams. 4822.30 

Updike. Eugene G. 

Chnstianity the solvent of race antagonisms. 

[N. Y., i8q8?1 7 pp. = No. 15 In SS79a.iso 

On ihf n^srro on^^tion. 

Wi'^es, Frederic Howard, and John Koren. 

The linuor prohlem, its legislative asnects. 

2d edition. Bos^^on. 1898. 7583.179 

Woodburv. Francis Porter. 

The feudal south. N. Y. f i8o8?1 14 pp. = 

No. 17 in 5579a.i!?o 
A dUcussion of the condition of the negro in the 

Law. Legislation. 

Abel, Charles Denton, and Oliver Imray. 
Patents, designs, and trade marks: British 
and foreign. An outline uf laws and pro- 
cedure relative to patents . . . London, 
1886. 3667.95 

Dreyfus, Alfred. 
L'affaire Dreyfus. Le proccs Zola devant 
la Cour d'assises de la Seine et la Cour de 
cassation, 7-23 fevrier, 31 mars-2 avril, 
1898. Compte-rendu st^nographtqtM^Ju^ 
extenso" et documents annexes. Pans 
1898. 2 V. 2614.77 

Friese, Victor. 
Das Strafrecht des Sachsenspiegels. Bres- 
lau, 1898. ♦7616.54.55 


Gewerbegericht, Das. Mittheilungen des Ver- 
bandes deutscher Gewerbegerichte. Leip- 
zig, 1898. *556oa.45 
Indian rights association. Law committee. 
The helplessness of the Indians before the 
law. Phila., 1886. 12 pp. = 4563. 197 
Meyer, Balthasar Henry. 
A history of early railroad legislation in 
Wisconsin. Madison, 1898. = 7658.163 
Pavly, Jean de, translator. 
*}MffD |l^n Code civil et p6nal du Judaisme. 
Traduite pour la premiere fois sur Torigi- 
nal chaldlo-rabbinique. Paris, 1896. 


Union interparlementaire pour Tarbitrage. 

Session de 1897. 

Compte rendu de la 8e conference. Braine- 

Ic-Comte, 185A = 3575.152 

Wilkins, Thomas, C.E. 

How to apply for a British patent under the 
patents act 1883. London, 1884. 

Patent Room 

Useful and Industrial 


Abbott, Henry G. 

Antique watches and how to establish their 
age. Brief biographical sketches of the 
celebrated watchmakers of the world, and 
a directory of over 6000 names of watch 
and clock makers who were in business 
prior to 1850. Chicago. [1897.] IHus. 

Bates, Helen Page. 
Australian experiments in industry. Phila., 
1898. 21 pp. 5657.76 

Dicksee, Lawrence Robert. 
Auditing: a practical manual. 2d edition. 
London, i8i95. 3654-49 

Domestic echoes, The. A careful collection of 
tried and approved recipes by the mem- 
bers and friends of the Ladies' auxiliary 
and King's daughters of the W. F. M. S. 
of Third St. M. E. church, Columbus, 
Ohio. Columbus, 1897. = 8008.74 

Duluth home cook book, The. Duluth. 1895. 


Farman. D. 

A B C du conducteur d'automobiles. Paris, 

1898. Illus. 8017.21 1 

Les automobiles. 2e Edition. Paris, 1898. 

nius. 8017.210 

Fowler, Charles Evan. 

The coffer-dam process for piers. N. Y., 

i8q8. Illus. 4013.36 

Friends' cook book. Norwalk, 1898. Pis. = 

Gavctty, J. W. 
The motorman's guide. Chicago, T898. Pis. 

3969a. T64 
Gibbs. William E. 
Lighting by acetylene. N. Y., 1898. Illus. 


Iron and steel. [Weeklv.] Formerly Chicaflro 

journal of commerce. Vol. 72. Chicaaro, 

i8q8. Illus. *40i3.203 

Cmrent numbert are in the Periodical Room. 


Kerr, Richard. 
Wireless telegraphy popularly explained. 
N. Y., 1898. Illus. • 7969.82 

Rorer, Sarah Tyson. 

Good cooking. Phila. [1898.] 8oo9a.25 

Taylor, Thomas W. 

Prismoidal formulae and earthwork. N. Y., 

1898. 394471 

Webber, Frederick C. 

Carpentry & joinery. London, 1898. Illus. 

World's Columbian exposition. Woman's 
Art and handicraft in the Woman's build- 
ing. Edited by Maude Howe Elliott. 
Paris, 1893. Illus. ♦4020a. 103 

Agriculture. Domestic Animals. 

Halle, Ernst L. von. 
Baumwollproduktion und Pflanzungswirt- 
schaft in den nordamerikanischen Siid- 
staaten. T. i. Leipzig, 1897. *5644.2i.i5 
James, Robert Kent. 
The Angora cat. How to breed, train and 
keep it. Boston, 1898. Pis. 6006.104 

Mascall, Leonard. 
A booke of the arte and maner how to plant 
and graffe all sortes of trees, how to set 
stones, and sowe pepins . . . VVith diuers 
other newe practises, by one of the Abbey 
of Saint Vincent in France, practised with 
his owne handes ... set forth and Eng- 
lished by Leonard Mascall. London, 
1575. Illus. = **G.4o6.5 

Tweedie, Ethel B. 
Danish versus English butter making. Lon- 
don, 1895. = 5999- 109 

Military and Naval Art, Science, 
and History. 

Album militaire de I'armee frangaise. 2e serie. 
Paris. [1898.] Col. pis. 4631.68 

Britannia triumphant: or, an account of the 
sea-fights and victories of the English na- 
tion, down to the conclusion of the late 
war. By a society of naval gentlemen. 
New edition. London, 1777. Portrs. 

Chiricahua Indians. 
Outline map of the field of operations 
against hostile Chiricahua Indians . . . 
April 1 2th, 1886 to . . . September 4th, 
1886. Compiled by direction of Brigadier 
General Nelson A. Miles. [ ? 188-.] 

Scale, 10 miles to i inch. = 

No. I in *Map 113.6 
Couch, Arthur Thomas Quiller-. 
The story of the sea. London, 1898. 2 v. 
Illus. 5950a. 12 

Gibbs, Frederick, T. M. 
The illustrated guide to the royal navy and 
foreign navies. London, 1896. *3950-33 
P., A. V. 
Military wrinkles: some useful hints to 
soldiers of the regular and auxiliary 
forces. London. [18-?] 39 pp. 

5959a. 103 


Stockton, Frank Richard. 
Buccaneers and pirates of our coasts. N. Y., 
1898. Pis. 4317.135 

Werner, Bartholomaus von. 
Deutsches Kriegsschiffsleben und Seefahre- 
kunst. Leipzig, 1891. Illus. Map. 

T^. T^ r . , ^ 3953.87 

Die Kampfmittel zur See. Leipzig, 1892. 

Il^us. 3953.84 

White, William Henry. 

A manual of naval architecture for the use 

of officers of the Royal navy, etc. 3d 

edition. London, 1894. 5952.97 

Amusements. Games. 


Austin, Henry, of the Boston bar. 
American game and fish laws. Boston, 
1898. = 4009.220 

Kemp, Dixon. 
An exposition of yacht racing rules. Lon- 
don, 1898. 3959a. 148 
Manners, Henry John Brinsley, marquis of 
The trout. London, 1898. Illus. 4006.140 
Mott, Mrs. Hamilton, 'editor. 
Home games and parties. Phila. [1898.] 

4009a. I 

Newj^ll, James Torrington. 

Hog hunting in the east and other sports. 

London, 1867. Illus. 4005.72 

Ranjitsinhji, Kumar Shri. 

The jubilee book of cricket. 6th edition. 

Edinburgh, 1898. Portrs. 4005.140 


In English. 

Barlow, Jane. 

A creel of Irish stories. N. Y., 1898. 56.205 
Baskett, James Newton. 

"At you-all's house." A Missouri story. 
N. Y., 1898. 67.220 

Bates, Arlo. 

The Puritans. Boston, 1898. 67.227 

Bayly, Ada Ellen. (Edna Lyall.) 

Hope the hermit. N. Y., 1898. 56.206 

England. Revolution of 1688. 

Bellamy, Edward. 
The blindman's world and other stories. 
Boston, 1898. 67.239 

Chetwode. R. D. 
John of Strathbourne. A romance of the 
days of Francis i. N. Y., 1898. 56.197 
Davis, Richard Harding. 

The king's jackal. N. Y., 1898. Pis. 67.214 
Dawe, Carlton. 

A bride of Japan. Chicago, 1898. 56.196 
Dorr, Julia Caroline -Ripley. 
In king's houses. A romance of the days 
of Queen Anne. Boston. 1808. Pis. 



Dumas, Alexandre Davy. 
Agenor de Mauleon. Boston, 1898. 2 v. 
rls. io67u|6 

Spain, 1361. Translated also under the following 
titles, The half-brothers; or, the head and tiie 
hand [1067.45], The bastard knight. The bastard 
of Mauleon, Demaul^on, and The iron hand; or, 
the knight of Maul6on. 

Dunbar, Paul Laurence. 

The uncalled. N. Y., 1898. 67.233 

Frederic, Harold. 

The deserter and other stories. A book of 

two wars. Boston. [1808J Pis. 67.226 

United States, Civil war, and England, the Wars 

of the Roses. 

French. Alice. (Octave Thanet) 

The heart of toil. N. Y., 1898. Pis. 67.237 
Fuller, Anna. 
One of the pilgrims. A bank story. N. Y., 
1898. 67.23s 

Gras, Felix. 
The Terror: a romance of the French revo- 
lution. Translated from the Provencal by 
Catharine A. Janvier. N. Y., 1898. 

Howells, William Dean. 

The story of a play. N. Y., 1898. 67.222 
James, Henry, jr. 

In the cage. Chicago, 1898. 67.232 

Janvier, Thomas Allibone. 

In the Sargasso sea. N. Y.. 1898. 67.218 
Jerome, Jerome Klapka. 
Second thoughts of an idle fellow. N. Y., 
1898. 56.210 

Johnston, Mary. 

Prisoners of hope. A tale of Colonial Vir- 
ginia. Boston, 1898. Pis. 67.234 
J6kai, M6r. 

*Midst the wild Carpathians. Translated 
from the Hungarian by R. Nisbet Bain. 
Boston, 1898. Pis. 1026.11 

Kipling, Rudyard. 

The dav's work. N. Y., 1898. Pis. 56.204 
Kirk, Ellen Olney. 
A revolutionary love-story, and The high 
steeple of St. Chrysostom's. Chicago, 
1898. 67.213 

Lothrop, Harriet Mulford. (Margaret Sid- 
A little maid of Concord town. A romance 
of the American revolution. Boston, 18^ 
Pis. 67.224 

Mackie, Pauline Bradford. 

Ye lyttle Salem maide. Boston, 1898. 67.223 

Marshall, Emma. 

The young queen of hearts. A story of the 

princess Elizabeth and her brother Henry, 

prince of Wales. N. Y., 1898. 56.202 

Mathew, Frank. 

The Spanish wine. London, 1898. 56.201 
Merriman, Henry Seton. 

Roden's corner. N. Y., 1898. Pis. 56.211 

Mitchell, Silas Weir. 

The adventures of Fran<;ois, foundling, 

chief, juggler, and fencing master during 

the French revolution. N. Y., 1898. Pis. 

Montr^sor, F. F. 
Into the highways and hedges. N. Y., 1897. 

Norris, William Edward. 

The widower. N. Y., 1898. 56.208 

Page, Thomas Nelson. 
Pastime stories. N. Y., 1898. Pis. 67.225 



Peattie, Elia Wilkinson. 
The shape of fear and other ghostly tales. 
N. Y..1898. 67.230 

Reed, Helen Leah. 
Miss Theodora. A West End story. Boston, 
1898. IIlus. 67.216 

Rhoscomyl, Owen. 
The lady of Castell March. N. Y., 1898. 


Wmles, time of the Tudors. 
Richardson, Charles Francis. 
The end of the beginning. Boston, 1898. 

Russell, William Clark. 
The romance of a midshipman. N. Y., 
1898. 56.209 

Stephens, Robert Nelson. 

The continental dragoon, a love story of 

Philipse manor-house in 1778. Boston, 

1898. Illus. 67.212 

Stories by foreign authors. German. N. Y., 

1898. 2 V. 1024.42 

Stones by foreign authors. Italian. N. Y., 

1898. 105925 

Stories by foreign authors. Russian. N. Y., 

1898. 1108.35 

Stories by foreign authors. Scandinavian. 

N. Y., 1898. 1027.20 

Stories by foreign authors. Spanish. N. Y., 

1898. 1097.36 

Tales from "Blackwood." New series. No. 8. 

Edinburgh. [1879.] 87.20 

Trumbull, Annie Eliot. 

A Cape Cod week. N. Y., 1898. 67.221 
Walford, Lucy Bethiah. 

Lcddy Marget. N. Y., 1898. 56.203 

Ward, Mary Augusta. (Mrs. Humphry Ward.) 

Helbeck of Bannisdale. N. Y., 1898. 2 v. 

White, Eliza Ome. 

A lover of truth. Boston, 1898. 67.228 
Yechton, Barbara. 

A lovable crank; or, more leaves from the 
roses. N. Y., 1898. Pis. 67.238 

In French. 

Daudet, Leon A. 

L'astre noir. Paris, 1893. 6698.62 

Haeres. Histoire a un jeune homme. Paris, 

1893. 6699.109 

Les "Kamtchatka." Moeurs contemporaines. 

Paris, 1895. 6698.52 

Les Morticoles. Paris, 1896. 6698.75 

Fabre, Ferdinand. 

Lucifer. Paris, 1891. 2677.196 

Grousset, Paschal. (Andr^ Laurie.) 
La vie de college en Angleterre. 9e Edition. 
Paris. [1898?] Illus. 2668.157 

In German. 

Fuerst, Rudolf, editor. 
Deutsche Erzaehler des achtzehnten Jahr- 
hunderts. Leipzig, 1897. 289ob.5o.66-69 


Rosegger, Petri Kettenfeier. 
Das ewig Weibliche. Die Konigssucher. 
Stuttgart. [1898.] Illus. 2899a.85 

In Italian. 

Martini, Ferdinando. 
Racconti. Milano, 1888. 2778-49 

Associations. Clubs. 

Brownell, John H., editor. 
Gems from the quarry and sparks from the 
gavel. Detroit, 1893. 2 v. 100 portrs. 

Extract from speeches, etc of freemasons. 

Buck, Jirah D. 
Mystic masonry, or the symbols of free- 
masonry and the greater mysteries of an- 
tiquity. 2d edition. Cincinnati, 1897. Pis. 

Bunker Hill boys' club, Charlestown, Mass. 
Annual report ist-4th, 1893/94-96/97. 
[Charlestown, 1893-97.] = *5579i45 

An informal report of the work done by the 
club during the year ending March 10, 
1894. [Charlestown, 1894.] *5579-i46 

Summer work for boys. [Charlestown.]" 
1898. = *5579.i47 

Chamber of commerce of Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Year book and directory. 1898. [Pitts- 
burgh.] 1898. = ♦3652.86 
Colorado midland railroad company. 
Reorganization. Circular, plan and agree- 
ment of bondholders. N. Y., 1897. 24 pp. 

= 7658.149 

Freemasonry, Colorado. 
Souvenir. Dedication of the masonic 
temple, Denver, July 3, 1890. Denver, 
1890. 96, (i) pp. = 7564.18 

Master bakers' association of Massachusetts. 
Constitution, by-laws and list of members. 
1893. Boston. [1893?] = ♦8008.53 

Noyes, Isaac Pitman. 
Philosophy of the Royal arch. [Washing- 
ton? 1898.] 9 pp. = 7565.66 
Phi Delta Phi. 
Catalogue. 7th edition. Edited by G. A. 
Katzenberger. Ann Arbor, 1898. = 

Philadelphia bourse. 
Annual report, 6th, 7th. [Phila., 1897, 98.] 
= ^5653.45 

Society of naval architects and marine en- 
Names and addresses, January ist, 1898. 
[N. Y.] 1898. 40 pp. = 7959.80 

Vancouver board of trade. 
Report, 1897/98. Vancouver. [1898.I 
Maps. = *3657.46 

West Roxbury citizens* association. 
By-laws and list of members. Boston, 1897. 
14 pp. = 4'<59a.i56 

22 January 

Catholic world. 
T^ • J • 1 A 1 Index. Vol. 1-63. [N. Y., 1897.] Per. Room 

JreriOalCalS. Annuals. independent, The. [WceWy.] Vol. so. July 

J I 7. 1898. N. Y., 1898. *7220.47 

I nHf^Y^C From this date the Independent will appear as 

1 llLiCAC:>. a weekly magazine." 

Zeitschrift ftir christliche Kunst General- 
Athenseum, The. Register zum i.-io. Jahrg. Bearbeitet von 

Seventieth birthday. London. [1898.I (i), J. Roesberg. Dtisseldorf, 1898. 40 pp. 

24 pp. = 0196.88 ^4071.261 



United States. 


Catalogue of the public documents of the 
54th Congress, ist session, and of all de- 
partments of the Government ... for the 
period from July i, 1895 to June 30, 1896. 
Washington, 1898. = ♦C. 

Index to the subjects of the documents and 
reports, and to the committees, senators, 
and representatives presenting them. 54th 
Congress, 1st Session, December 2, 1895- 
June II, 1896. Washington, 1897. = *C. 
Handbook of the Industrial commission, 
act, members, officers and committees. 
Washington, 1898. = 93310973 

Laws relating to street-railway franchises in 
the District of Columbia. (Including 
street-railway laws enacted during the ist 
session of the S4th Congress.) Wash- 
ington, 1896. 201 pp. = *C.3428 
Message of the President [Wm. McKinley], 
communicated to Congress at the opening 
of the third session of the fifty-fifth Con- 
gress. Washington, 1898. = 
Agriculture, Department of. 
Division of biological survey. 
Beal and Judd. 
Cuckoos and shrikes in their relation to 
agriculture: The food of cuckoos, by 
F. E. L. Beal; The food of shrikes, by 
Sylvester D. Judd. Washington, 1898. 
26 pp. Illus. = *5904.S0.9 
Merriam. Clinton Hart. 
Life zones and crop zones of the United 
States. Washington, 1898. 79 pp. Map. 
= * 
Plumb, Charles Sumner. 
The geographic distribution of cereals 
in North America. Washington, 1898. 
24 pp. Maps. = * 
Elwell, Ervin Edgar. 
The fertilizing value of street sweep- 
ings. Washington, 1898. 19 pp. = 

Wedderburn, Alexander J. 
Report on the extent and character of 
food and drug adulteration. Washing- 
ton, 1804. 64 pp. = *590i. 72.41 
Wiley. Harvey Washington, and others. 
Chemical composition of the carcasses 
of pigs. By H. W. Wilev, with the col- 
laboration of E. E. Ewell, W. H. Krug. 
T. C. Trescot, and others. Washington, 
1898. 80 pp. = *599i. 72.53 

Sweet cassava: its culture, properties, 
and uses. Washington, 1894. 16 pp. = 

Forestry division. 
Coville, Frederick Vernon. 
Forest growth and sheep grazing in the 
cascade mountains of Oregon. Wash- 
ington, 1898. 54 pp. = *5843.25.i5 
Keffer, Charles Albert. 
Experimental tree planting in the plains. 
Washington, 1898. 94 pp. Pis. = 

Simpson, John M. 

Osier culture. Washington, 1898. 27 
pp. = ^5843.25. 19 

Weather bureau. 
Rainfall of the United States, with annual, 
seasonal and other charts. By Alfred J. 
Henry. Washington, 1897. 58 pp. Maps. 
Charts. = S96oa.55 

Coast survey. 
Observations on certain harbor and river 
improvements, collected on a voyage from 
Hong-Kong, via Suez, to New York. [By 
George Davidson.] Washington, 1877. 
22 pp. = 594oa.25 

Education bureau. 
Bush, George Gary. 
History of education in New Hampshire. 
Washington, 1898. 170 pp. = 
RM- . *„ *7S96.S9(i898) 

Bibliography, pp. 169, 17a 
Fay, Edwin Whitfield. 
History of education in Louisiana. Wash- 
ington, 1898. 264 pp. = *7596.59(i898) 

Bibliography, p. 264. 

Geological survey. 

Extracts from the 19th annual report on the 

mineral resources of the United States, 

1897. Washington, 1898. = 9549.973 

Namely: — Parker, Edward Wheeler: Antimony, 
Abrasive materials, Abestos and Graphite, As- 
phaltum, Coal, Coke, Fluorspar and Mica, Gyp- 
sum, Mineral Paints and Barytes, Salt, Soap- 
stone, Sulphur and Pyrites. Middleton, Jeffer* 
son: Clay working industries. Swank, James M.: 
American and foreign iron trade. Ries, Hein* 
rich: Kaolin and Fire clays of Europe, and Clay 
working industry of the United States. Birk- 
enbine, John: Manganese ores. Kunz, George 
F. : Precious stones. Day, William C. : Stone in- 
dustry. Day, David Talbot: Platinum. Kirch- 
hoff, Charles: Copper, Lead and Zinc. [Division 
of survey]: Aluminum, Gold and Silver, Nickel 
and Cobalt, Quicksilver. 

The gold and coal fields of Alaska, together 
with the principal steamer routes and 
trails. [Map.] [Washington.] 1898. = 


Same. (In U. S. Geological survey. Map 
of Alaska . . . with descriptive text. Wash- 
ington, 1898.) 4367.171 
Interior department. 
Report of the Secretary of the Interior for 
the year 1898. Washington, 1898. = 
Interstate commerce commission. 
Preliminary report of the income account 
of railways, ifi^. = 93859732 
Labor department. 
Work and wages of men, women, and chil- 
dren. Washington, 1897. 671 pp. [nth 
Annual report.] = *3576.36.ii 
Navy department. 
Hydrographic office. 
West Indies. North coast of Cuba. Port 
Matanzas from a Spanish survey in 1892. 
[Map.] Washington, 1898. Scale (com- 
puted), 1778 feet to I inch. 

No. 23 in ♦Map 129.3 

State, Department of. 

United States Consular reports. Current 
daily issues. = 
Treasurv department. 

Annual report of the Secretary of the 
Treasury [Lyman J. Gage] on the state of 
the finances for the year 1898. Washing- 
ton, 1898. = 

Bureau of statistics. ^ . tt r» 

Comparison based upon tariff bill, H. R. 
37Q (5sth Congress, ist session), with rates 
of duties, estimated ad valorem equivalents 
[etc.] ; with imported merchandise entered 
for consumption in 1893 and 1896. Wash- 
ington, 1897. = ♦56403.71 
Statement of the condition of the United 
States Treasury and the receipts and ex- 
penditures of the government. Current 
daily issues. = 

Summary of commerce and finance of the 
United States. October, 1898. = 
Synopsis of decisions. Current weekly 
issues. = 
War department. 

Commissary general of subsistence. 
Manual for army cooks. Washington, 
1896. = ^80093.20 

Separate States. 

Secretary of state. 
Report for Jan. i, 1895-Dec. 31. 1896. 
Tallahassee, 1896. = ^6408.74 

Census of the Commonwealth of Massachu- 
setts. 1895. Population and social statis- 
tics, vol. Ill, pp. 1-290. Boston, 1898. = 

Laws of the Commonwealth of Massachu- 
setts relating to political committees, cau- 
cuses, conventions, and the nomination of 
candidates. Prepared by Richard L. Gay. 
Boston, 1898. = 9324.744 

Public Documents, 1897. Boston, 1898. = 

♦6417. 1 

I. State officers: Secretly. Trcwtirer, Auditor. 
Attorney-General. xx. Taxation, Corporations, 
County accounts, Arbitration, Assessed polls. 


Public records, xxi. Lunacy and Charity insti- 
tutions. XV. Board of health; Registration in 
medicine, v. Railroad commissioners. Ti. Sav- 
ings banks commissioners, vxx. Insurance eom- 
missioners. vixx. Education, Libraries, xx. Agri- 
culture, Cattle commissioners, Dsiry bureau, z. 
Police, Prisons, Military, zx. Registration, Labor 
statistics. Manufactures, Gas commissioners, zix. 
Miscellaneous. [Contested elections. Fisheries, 
Harbors, Metropolitan Park, Civil service. High- 
ways, Metropolitan water board and Sewerage 

Commission on charitable and reformatory 
interests and institutions. 
Present system of public charity in Massa- 
chusetts, and changes recommended by 
the Commission . . . Boston, 1897. ap 
pp. = 557^152 

Barre, Mass. Selectmen. 
Reports on highways, 1891/92. Barre. 1892. 

7 pp. = *0347.73 

Hyde Park, Mass. Park commission. 

Report, [ist]. Hyde Park, 1892. = *4456.i5i 
New York, state. 
New York harbor commission. 
Reports, 1856, 57. Republished by order 
of the Chamber of commerce . . . N. Y., 
1864. Map. Charts. Diagrams. = 

Regents of the University of the state of 
New York. University extension de- 
Circular. No. I, 4, 20. [Albany, 1891. 92.] 
= *3596.i57 

General assembly. 
Report of the joint committee on educa- 
tion and common schools fo" t^c Univer- 
sity of Nashville and Peabody normal 
college.] [Nashville, 1897.] 3i PP- = 

359Q. 177 


Bulletin international des douanes. Nos. i- 
151. Brussels, 1892-1898. = 9336.2605 
Australia, British Victoria. 
Report of the commissioner of railways, tor 
the year ending 30th June, 1898. Mel- 
bourne, 1898. = 9385.994s 
Insurance department . 
Report of the superintendent of insurance 
of the Dominion of Canada for the year 
ending 31 December 1897. OtUwa, 1898. 
= 9368.971 
Department of the interior. Survcyor- 
general's office. 
Yukon map. Ottawa, 1898. 10 sheets. 
Size of each, 2&H x 21H inches. Scale, 
6 miles to i inch. = No. 19 in ♦Map 1195 
Department of marine and fisheries. 
Reports of the Harbour commissioners 
for Toronto, Montreal, Quebec, Three 
Rivers, Belleville, North Sydney and Pic- 
tou, with statement of wrecks and casual- 
ties to 31 December, 1897. Ottawa, 1898. 
= 9387.971 
Department of railways and canals. 
Annual report for the fiscal year 1896/97. 
Ottawa, 1898. = *7034.24 


Great Britain. 
Reports received from Mr. T. Worthington 
upon the conditions and prospects of 
British trade in the Argentine Republic 
and Chile. London, 1898. 9382.82 

India, British. 
Review of the Trade of India in 1897-98. 
By J. A. Robertson. Simla, 1898. = 
Ministero di agricoltura, industria e com- 
mercio. Direzione generale della sta- 
Statistica dell' istruzione superiore. Anni 
scolastici 1893/4 e 1894/5. Roma, 1896. = 


Ministerio de fomento. Direcci6n general 

de estadistica. Censo general de 1895. 


Censo del estado de Guanajuato. Mexico, 
1897. = *43ioa.222 


Resolutions concerning the purchase and 
coinage of silver, passed by the Hartford 
board of trade, January, 1893. Hartford, 
1893. = 9332.41- 

Wheeler, Gerald John. 

Foreign enlistment act, 1870, 33 & 34 Vict 
c. 90., with notes of the leading cases on 
this and the American act. Part i, The 
British act. Part 2, The American act 
and notes of cases on the acts. London, 
1896. 7613.14 

Arthur Mason Knapp. 
1 839-1 898. 

On Tuesday, Dec. 27, 1898. died Arthur 
Mason Knapp, Custodian of Bates Hall in the 
Boston Public Library. 

He was bom at St. Johnsbury, Vermont, 
August 3, 1839, the son of Hiram Knapp and 
Sophronia Brown. During his boyhood the 
family removed to Boston, where he fitted for 
college at the Boston Latin School. He 
was graduated as the first scholar in his class, 
and entered Harvard College as a member of 
the class of 1863. He held from Harvard the 
degree of A.M. as well as that of A.B. 

After teaching for some years in Phillips 
Academy, Andover, in the Boston Latin 
School, and in the Brookline High School, 
he entered the service of the Library January 
23, 1875. His first appointment was to the 
charge of the special collections of the Library; 
from 1878 until his death he held the position 
of Custodian of Bates Hall. 

His knowledge of Shakespeariana and of 
F.lizabethan literature was of great value in 
the preparation of the catalogue of the Barton 
collection. In his position in charge of the 
main reference department of the Library, his 
special knowledge of the subject of genealogy 
and local history, as well as a thorough gen- 
eral knowledge of the resources of the Library 
on all subiects, was of the greatest service to 
an immense constituency of readers. To the 
value of this service, rendered with exact con- 
scientiousness and singleness of purpose in its 
relation to his colleagues, and with assiduity 
and personal interest towards the readers and 
students who came to him for assistance, the 
warm appreciation of all those with whom he 
came in contact bears witness. 





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Reference Books. 

Oark, Edward E. 

Boston blue book. Boston, 1899. Map. 

B, H. Ref. 564 S 
Clcgg, James, editor. 
The international directory of booksellers 
and bibliophile's manual, including lists of 
the public libraries of the world, [sth 
edition.] Rochdale, 1899. ^^6146.4 

Cornish, Francis Warre. 
A concise dictionary of Greek and Roman 
antiquities. London, 1898. IIlus. '^'4935.30 
Dole. Nathan Haskell. 
The mistakes we make. A practical manual 
of correction in history, language, and 
fact N. Y. [1898.] 2259a.70 

Ives, James T. B. 

Historical map. Showing the successive ac- 
quisitions of territory by the United 
States of America. [With explanatory 
text.] Phila, [1893?] Children's Room 
Jordcll, D. 

Repertoire bibliographique des principales 
revues frangaises pour Tan nee 1097. raris, 
1898. B. H. Ref. 881.4 

London in 1898. London, 1898. Pis. Map. 

B. H. Ref. 272.18 
Whitaker, Joseph. 

Whiiaker's naval and military directory 
1898. London, 1898. *652oa.32 

Genealogy. Heraldry. 

Bates, Samuel A. 
Soldiers who served in the Revolution from 
Braintree. So. Braintree, 1898. 25 pp. 

Deacon, Edward. 
The descent of the family of Deacon of El- 
ftowe and London, with sketches of allied 

families, including Reynes of Clifton and 
Meres of Kirton. Bridgeport, Conn., 

T^ ^^898. Portrs. Pis. = *4432.i40 

Dudley, Dean. 

Supplement to The history and genealogy 

of the Dudley family. [Wakefield.j 18^. 

Portrs. *4435.50.Suppl. 

Emmet. Thomas Addis, M.D., of New York. 

The Emmet family. N. Y., 1898. Portrs. 
Pis. =' *4430a.25 

Esteban y Diaz, Wenceslao. 

Arbol genealogico cronologico-historico de 
los soberanos de Espaiia. Toledo, 1898. 
2 V. in I. 30903.71 

Examen critico, programa y notas del Arbol 

genealogico-cronologico-historico de los 

soberanos de Espaiia. Toledo, iS86. Text; 

Atlas. 309oa.70 

Fuller, Daniel. 1 740-1829. 

Diary. With his account of his family & 
other matters. Written at Gloucester, in 
Massachusetts, circa 1775, & edited by 
Daniel Fuller Appleton. N. Y., 1894. 49 
pp. Portr. = *4444.285 

Hapgood, Warren. 

The Hapgood family, descendants of Shad- 
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1898. Portrs. Pis. = *4432.I42 

Peck, Thomas Bellows. 

The Bellows genealogy. Keene, 1898. 

Portrs. Pis. 4334.143 

Sons of the Revolution. Pennsylvania society. 

Decennial register. 1888-1898. Phila., 1898. 
Portrs. Map. = *44ioa.ii8 


Single Biographies. 

Baumann, Franz Ludwig. 
Der bayerische Geschichtsschrcibcr Karl 
Meichelbeck 1669-1734.. Miinchen, 1897. 
53 pp. = 4842.57 


Black, Margaret Noyes. 
Robert Louis Stevenson. N. Y. [1898.] 
[Famous Scots series.] 2549a. 15 

Brandes, Georg Morris Cohen. 
Ludwig Borne und Heinrich Heine. 2. Auf- 
lage. Leipzig, 1898. Portrs. 4849.40 

Colomb, Philip Howard. 
Memoirs of Admiral Sir Astley Cooper 
Key. London, 1898. Portr. 4545- 1 54 

Cravens, Frances. 
The story of Lincoln for children. Bloom- 
ington, 111., 1898. 4349a.39 

Dall, Caroline Wells Healey. 
In memoriam. Susan Wad den Turner. 
William Wadden Turner. Jane Wadden 
Turner. [Washington, 1898.] 19 pp. = 


Dupont, Paul, of the Universite de Lille. 

Un poete-philosophe au commencement du 

dix-huitieme siecle. Houdar de La Motte 

(1672-1731). Paris, 1898. 2641.142 

E6c<i^y fiaaiXuHf. The pourtraicture of His Sacred 

Majesty in his solitude and sufferings. 

[The Hague ?J 1648. 

No. 2 in **G.386.23=No. 2 in ♦*G.386.2S 

The second copy is not perfect. 

Same. [The Hague?] 1649. Portr. 

No. 2 in **G.386.24 
Fitz-Roy, Augustus Henry, 3d duke of Graf- 
Autobiography and political correspondence 
. . . Edited by Sir W. R. Anson. Lon- 
don, 1898. Portr. 4545.156 
Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von. 
Brief e an Frau Charlotte von Stein. Hrsg. 
von H. Ci Kellner. Leipzig. [1808.] 

Grand army of the republic. Department of 
New York. Lafayette post. 
A tribute of respect in memory of Com- 
mander R. W. Meade. Prepared by W. 
F. Brown. N. Y., 1898. 64 pp. Portrs. 
= 4349.186 

Hamilton, Sir Edward Walter, 

Mr. Gladstone. N. Y., 1898. 2546.177 

Hoche, Jules. 
Bismarck at home. Translated from the 
French by Th^rese Batbedat. London, 
1899. lUus. Portrs. 4848.66 

Monval, Georges Mondain. 
Chronologie Molieresque. Paris, 1897. 
Portr. 4659.81 

Peschel, Wilhelm Emil, and Eugen Wildenow. 
Theodor Korner und die Seinen. Leipzig, 
1898. 2 V. Illus. Portrs. Maps. 4843.78 
Putnam, William Clement. 
Charles Edwin Putnam. Davenport. [1898.] 
13 pp. Portr. Pis. = *4444.284 

Quarles, John. 
Resrale lectum miseriae: or, a kingly bed of 
miserie. In which is contained, a dreame: 
with an elegie upon the martyrdome of 
Charles, late king of England. 2d edition. 
[London?] 1649. 2 pis. **G.386.34 

Tschudi, Clara. 

Marie Antoinette. Translation from the 
Norwegian by E. M. Cope. London, 
1898. Portr, 2640a. 1 13 



ia. Africa. 

Ancient. Modem. 

Alderson, Edwin Alfred Hcrvey. 
With the mounted infantry and the Masho- 
naland field force. 1896. London, i^ 
Illus. 3054.176 

Hutchinson, Henry Doveton. 
The campaign in Tirah. 1897-1898. An ac- 
count of the exposition against the 
Orakzais and Afridis under General Sir 
William Lockhart London, 1898. Portrs. 
Pis. Map. 3045176 

Perowne, John Thomas Woolrych. 
Russian hosts and English guests in Central 
Asia. London, 1898. Illus. Portrs. 

^ 5046.172 

Reeves, William Pember. 

New Zealand. London. [1898.] Map. 

45x9a. 141 

Robertson, Sir George Scott 

Chitril, the story of a minor siege. London, 

1898. Pis. Portrs. Maps. 3042.230 

Steevens. George Warrington. 

With Kitchener to Khartum. 2d edition. 

Worsfold, William Basil. 
The story of South Africa. London. [1898.] 
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Bismarck-Schoenhausen, Otto Eduard Leo- 
pold, Fiirst von. 

Bismarckreden. 1847-1895. Hrsg. von 

Horst Kohl. 3. Auflage. Leipzig, 189Q1 

Bonde, Cunelgus. 
Scutum regale, the royal buckler; or, vox 
lep^is, a lecture to traytors; who roost 
wickedlv murthered Charles the i. Lon- 
don, 1600. 2 pis. ♦*G.386.36 

Chalambert, Victor de. 
Histoire de la Ligue sous les r^gnes de 
Henri iii et Henri iv. Paris, i^. 


Charles i., of England. 
The Kings cabinet opened: or, certain 
packets of secret letters & papers, written 
with the kings own hand, and taken in 
his cabinet at Nasby-Field, June 14, 1645. 
London, 1645. (6), 56 pp. ♦*G.386j6 
Crawford, Francis Marion. 
Ave Roma immortalis. Studies from the 
chronicles of Rome. N. Y., 1898. 2 v. 
Illus. Map. 4755.34 

Croze, Austin de. 
La cour d'Espagne intime. Paris. [1898J 
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Daumet, Georges. 
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Fisher, Payne. 
Veni; vidi; vici. The triumphs of the most 
excellent & illustrious, Oliver Cromwell, 
&c. Written originally in Latine, and 
faithfully done into iinglish heroicall 
verse, by T. M[anleyl. London, 1652. 

The nmning title is A gratulatory ode ol peacv. 

Great Britain. Royal commission on his- 
torical manuscripts. 
The manuscripts of J. J. Hope Johnstone, 
Esq., of Annandale. London, 1897. 

♦7090.50,15, Appendix 9 
Guerber, H« A. 

The story of the Enfi:lish. N. Y. [1898.] 
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Hawke, Michael. 
Killing is murder, and no mufder. London, 

1657. (8). 56 pp. **G.386.5i 

Howell, James. 

Divers historicall discourses of the late 
popular insurrections in Great Britain, 
and Ireland, tending all, to the asserting 
of truth, in vindication of their majesties. 
Tome I. London. 1661. **G.386.38 

Mo more was published. 

Some sober inspections made into the car- 
riage and consults of the late Long-Par- 
liament. London, 1656. ♦♦G.386.47 
Hudson, William, and John Cottingham 
Tingey, compilers. 
Revised catalogue of the records of Nor- 
wich as arranged in the muniment room, 
in the Castle museum. Norwich. [1898.] 

^^2461. 1 14 
List, A, of the names of the Long parliament, 
anno 1640. Likewise of the parliament 
holden at Oxford. As also of the parlia- 
ments holden at Westmister in 1653. 1654. 
1656. London, 1659. 70 pp. ♦♦G.386.49 
Oman, Charles . William Chadwick. 
England and the Hundred years' war (1327- 
X485 A.D.) N. Y., 1898. Map. 4519a. 122 
Parmele, Mary Piatt. 
A short history of England. N. Y., 1898. 

Sexbv. Colonel Edward. 

Killing, no murder. By William Allen 
foseud.!. London, 1650. 16 pp. **G.386.52 

This pamphlet, attributed by Lowndes to Col. 
Silas Titus, contains a direct incitement to the 
assassination of Cromwell. 

Underwood, Francis Henry. 
A handbook of English history. N. Y., 

1898. 4519.100=4519.99 

Wiel. Alethea. 

The romance of the House of Savoy.' 1003- 

1519. N. Y., 1898. 2 V. Illus. Portrs. 

Map. 2615. 1 10 

Zimmermann, Heinrich. 

Geschichte der Stadt Wien. Bd. i. Wien, 

1897. Illus. ^4830.26 


Armas C^spedes, Jos^ de. 

Manifiesto de un cubana al gobierno de Es- 

pana. Paris, 1876. 32 pp. 4318.197 

Butterworth, Hezekiah. 

South America. The struggle for liberty 

in the Andean republics and Cuba. N. Y., 

1898. Pis. Maps. 4366.173 


Chamberlain, Mellen. 
John Adams, the statesman of the American 
revolution. With other essays, historical 
and literary. Boston, 1898. 2327.22 

Dana, Charles Anderson. 
Recollections of the Civil war. N. Y., 1898. 
Portr. 4423.337 

Dedication of the Oriskany monument, Aug. 
6, 1884. Addresses by J. F. Seymour, E. 
H. Roberts [etc.]. Utica, N. Y., 1885. 29 
pp. Pis. = 4377.128 

Duffield, J. Davis. 
Address at the Foreign policy conference, 
Aug., 1898. [Phila., 1898.] (4) pp. = 

Flores, Eugenio Antonio. 

La guerra de Cuba. Madrid, 1895. 43i9a.i47 
Hamor, Ralph. 
A trve discovrse of the present estate of Vir- 
ginia. London, 1615. (8), 69, (i) pp. 

This is the original edition of the "Contemporane- 
ous account of Pocahontas." 
Hickenlooper, Frank. 
An illustrated history of Monroe county, 
Iowa . . . [Kansas City.] 1896. Illus. 
Portrs. Map. 4378.160 

King, Grace. 
De Soto and his men in the land of Florida. 
N. Y., i^. Pis. Map. 4378.156 

King, Horatio Collins. 
The Army of the Potomac, sketch. The 
phantom column, poem. [New York? 
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Lecky, William Edward Hartpole. 
The American revolution, 1 763-1 783: from 
the author's History of England in the 
Eighteenth century. Arranged by J. A. 
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Lynn historical society, Lynn, Mass. 
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Mitjans. Aurelio. 

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literario de Cuba. Habana, 1890. 4318.196 

New York, city. Court of burgomasters and 


The records of New Amsterdam from 1653 

to 1674, A.D. Edited by B. Fernow. N. Y., 

1897. 7v. *6472.20 
Obear, L. A. 

New Ipswich in the war of the Rebellion. 
Worcester, 1898. 71 PP. 4429a. 138 

Original papers relating to the siege of 
Charleston, 1780. Charleston, S. C. 1898. 
87 pp. = ^4418.253 

Parker, Edward Everett, editor. 
History of Nashua, N. H. With biographi- 
cal sketches. Nashua, 1897. IHus. Portrs. 

Parmele, Mary Piatt. 
A short history of the United States. N. Y., 

1898. 2329a.5 
Peart, Joseph. 

A continuation of Hudibras in two cantos. 
Written in the time of the unhappy con- 
test between Great Britain and America, 
in 1777 and 1778. [Anon.] London, 1778. 
76 pp. ♦♦G.389a.i 

Powers, Harry Huntinp^ton. 

The war as a suggestion of manifest destiny. 
Phila., 1898. 20 pp. 4420^81 


Repplier, Agnes. 
Philadelphia; the place and the people. 
N. Y., 1898. Illus. Portrs. 4378.158 

Riddell, Walter. 
Historical sketch of the township of Ham- 
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Ross, Clinton. 
Heroes of our war with Spain. Their ex- 
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Spence. Nellie. 
Topical studies in Canadian history. To- 
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A history of the presidency. Boston, 1898. 

Thwaites, Reuben Gold. 
The colonies. 1492-1750. N. Y., 1898. 
Maps, [iipochs of American history.] 

Tompkins, Daniel D. 
Public papers of Daniel D. Tompkins, Gov- 
ernor 01 New York, 1807-1817. Military, 
Vol. I. With an introduction by Hugh 
Hastings, state historian. Ik Y., 1898. 
Portrs. Maps. = ♦4413.111 

Vivian, Thomas J. 
The fall of Santiago. N. Y., 1898. Portrs. 
Pis. Map. 442oa.86 

Wanamaker, John. 
Speeches on Quayism and boss domination 
in Pennsylvania politics. Phila. [1898.] 
= 4429.160 

Washburn, William Drew, jr. 
Cuba and Spain. Our plain duty. Minne- 
apolis, 1898. (8) pp. = 442oa.$4 
Wood. Silas. 
Sketch of Huntington, L. I., to the end of 
the American revolution. Edited by W. 
S. Pelletreau. N. Y., 1898. 74 PP- 4472. 180 
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America's foreign policy. N. Y., 1898. 


Fine Arts. Archaeology. 


Forcella, Vincenzo, and Enrico Seletti. 
Iscrizioni cristiane in Milano, anteriori al ix 
secolo. Codogno, 1897. Illus. 2732.67 

Fine Arts. 

Adams, Washington Irving Lincoln. 

Amateur photography. 4th edition. N. Y. 

[1898?] Illus. 3978.183 

In nature's image. Chapters on pictorial 

photography. N. Y., 1898. Illus. ^^8062. 124 

Armstrong, Walter. 

Gainsborough & his place in English art. 
London, 1898. Illus. Portrs. ♦Cab.8o.i68.i 
Clement, Clara Erskine. 

Angels in art. Boston, 1898. Pis. 4087.30 
Hartshorne, Albert. 
Old English glasses. London, 1897. Illus. 



Hicks, Mary Dana, and John S. Clark. 
The use of models. Boston. [1887.] IlltiS. 

= 8069.84 

Johnson, William Martin. 
Inside of one hundred homes. Phila. [1898.I 
Illus. 4099.11S 

Kemble, E. W. 
The Billy goat and other comicalttiet. 
[Drawings.] N. Y., 1898. 8065.148 

Klinger, Julius. 
Skizzen fiir Lithographen und Zeichner. 
Berlin. [1898.] 16 pis. *8o6o.a9 

Lafenestre, Georges fidouard, and Eugene 
Venise. Paris. [1898.] Portrs. Pis. (La 
peinture en Europe.] 8067.139 

Reed, Edward Tennyson. 
Mr. Punch's animal land. London, 1896b 
Pis. ♦8o6m7 

Rose, George B. 
Renaissance masters. The art of Raphael, 
Michelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci, Titian, 
Correggio and Botticelli. N. Y., 1898. 

Tolstoi, Lyef Nikolaevitch, count 

What is art? Translated by C. Johnston. 
Phila., 1898. 4089.63 


Berliner Architekturwelt. Jahrg. i. Berlin, 
1898. Illus. ^^4090.233 

Cram, Ralph Adams. 
English country churches. One hundred 
views. Boston, 1898. ^4100.92 

Dearmer, Percy. 
The cathedral church of Wells, London, 
189& Illus. 4109.37 

Dtmock, Arthur. 
The cathedral church of Southwell. Lon- 
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Die Baukunst der Renaissance in Frank- 
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[Handbuch der Architektur.] 

^^8092.50.6, part X 
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Phila. [1898.] Pis. 4099.X17 

Robertson, Rev. Alexander. 
The Bible of St. Mark. St. Mark's church: 
The altar and throne of Venice. London, 
18^ 4108.16 

Landscape Gardening. 

Johnson, Joseph Forsyth. 
Residential sites and environments. N. Y., 
18^. Illus. '^J99oa.36 


Baring-Gould, Sabine, editor. 
English minstrelsie. The airs in both nota- 
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Carrodus, John Tiplady. Mihalovich, Edmund von. Hero und Leander 

Chats to violin students on how to study nach Schiller's Ballade, fiir grosses Orches- 

the violin. London, 1895. Portrs. ter. Mainz. 

4048.102 Mo6r, £m. Symphonic in D moll fiir grosses 
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Knllak, Franz. Ropartz, J. Guy. Les landes. Paysage breton 
Der Vortrag in der Musik am Ende des 19. pour orchestre. Paris. 
Jahrhunderts. Leipzig, 1898. 4045.31 Schiitt, Eduard. Concert (F moll) fiir Piano- 
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Beliczay, Jules de. Serenade en Re mineur 
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Brown, £. A. Elizabethan lyrics. Boston. Numismatics 


Busoni, F. B. Symphonische Suite fiir Or- Fjc^^jrer Carl 

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^« vnJ^i: ^w^^^^^^ Mo?!ii?c Medaillen und Miinzen deren offentliche 

two voices. Words by Theo. Marzials. Versteigerung Erbtheilungshalber am 22. 

Chvila, Em. Quartett (C moll) fiir 2 Violinen, u^r'^'JK'^^ stattfindet. Berlin, 1885. 2831.60 

cSlJ^' P^?J'''rt'?Sf^H ^Onl"; '^inricx Medaillen auf die Thaten Peter des Grossen. 

I^] Leipzig. St. Petersburg, 1872. Pis. = ♦3o6oa,iis 

Danclaj Charles. Ouverture dramatique k 

grand orchestre. Paris. 

—^I2e Quatuor [for strings]. Op. 142. Paris. /^^^^-^•^U,r T*-^*,^!^ 

Englander, Ludwig. The little corporal. A VjreOgrapny. 1 raVClS. 

comic opera. [1098.] 
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grosses Orchester. Op. 31. Leipzig. Asia. Africa. Oceanica. Polar 

Gade, N. W. Der Strom. Concertstiick fiir J>gxrrir\r%c 

Soli, Chor, obli^. Pianoforte und Orchester. rv^cgions. 

Partitur. Leipzig. [1893.I n a- xj 

Gendt, W. Merkes van. Concert-Ouverture v^ordier, tlenri. 

fur jrrosses Orchester. Op. 48. Stuttgart. Description dun atlas sino-cor6en manu- 

Gleit2,"Karl. Joss Fritz. Sinfonische Dichtung ^^^^ ^ ^"^^^h museum. Pans, 1896 14 

fur grosses Orchester. Op. 13. Berlin. n il^^T hlf Wesle *Map 19.11 

-Venus und Bellona. Sinfonische Dichtung jh^ i?hiiippine islands. Annexation: how 

fur grosses Orchester. Op. 10. Berhn. j^ ^i,l Xmericanize, civilize and develop 

Hamenk, Asgcr. Oper ohne Worte. Op. 30. the islands . . . Boston, 1898. 45 PP. = 

Uitenbacn a/M. 3049a. 158 

Herbert, Victor. The fortune teller. A comic piske, Amos Kidder. 

opera. Vocal score. N. Y. The story of the Philippines. N. Y., 1898. 

Herzogenbei*g, H. von. Trio fiir Pianoforte, Portr. Pis. 3049a. 163 

H6boe und Horn. Op. 61. Leipzig. Ford, John D. 

Jaques-Dalcroze, E. Poeme alpestre. Paroles An American cruiser in the East. N. Y., 

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Kretschmer, Edmund. Hochzeits-Musik. Suite Fumeaux, J. H., editor. 

m 3 SaUen ... fur Orchester. Op. 54. India. A grand photographic history. Cal- 

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3^ February 

Gilford, Daniel L. 

£very-day life in Korea. Chicago. [1898.] a 

Pis. Map. 3019.134 America. 

Hylacomylus, Martinus. r» l-h 

Cosmographiae introdvctio cvm qvibvsdam Bachiller y Morales, Antonio, compiler, 

geometriae ac astronomiae principiis ad Coleccion de articulos, tipos y costumbres de 

earn rem necessariis. Insuper quaituor la isla de Cuba. Serie 1. Uabana. [1881.] 

Americi Vespucij nauigationes. [Deodati, _ V 5:, ^ *436o.i30 

1507.1 (54) tf. Maps. »»G.383.8 Brcck, Charles E. . , . 

Ibis IS the 2d edition, printed at St. Di^ by Town of Milton, showing area taken for the 

Gautier Lud. Blue Hill reservation. [Boston, 1894.] 

Kmglake Alexander William. Scale, ^ mile to i inch. = 

Eothen. Reprinted from the first edition. I«^o. 6 in *Map 20.3 

London, 1898. S049a.94 BrenUno brothers, publishers! 

Macdonald, George, educator. [Map of New York citv. from the Battery 

The Gold coast, past and present. London, to 63d street.] [N. Y., 188-?] = 

1898. Illus. Maps. 3059a.i27 ^Map 1016.5 

Proust de la Gironiere, Paul. Conant, Thomas. 

Aventures d'un gentilhomme breton aux Upner Canada sketches. Toronto. 1898. 

lies Philippines, avec un apergu sur la Pis. Map. ^4362. 186 

geologie et la nature du sol des ces lies Dehon, W. K. 

. . . Paris, 1855. Illus. Portrs. Map. Charleston's suburban resort: "Among the 

30403.182 pines," Sunimerville, S. C. [Summerville, 

Sharp, Bartholomew. 1896?] 26 pp. Illus. ^ 4375-132 

The voyages and adventures of Capt. Barth. Frink, Harry A. 

Sharp and others, in the South sea . . . Lumberman's map of northern Maine. N. p. 

London, 1684. No. 2 in **G.382.i 1897. Scale, 2 miles to i inch. 

Worcester, Dean Conant , No. 54 in ♦Map 114.3 

The Philippine islands and their people . . . Gannett, Henry. 

N. Y., 1898. Illus. Map. 30493.164 North America. Vol. 2. The United States. 

London, 1898. Illus. Maps. [Stanford's 
compendium. New issue.J 2389.36 

p. Habenicht, Hermann. 

Hurope. Karte des amehkanisch-spanischen Kriegs- 

schauplatzes. Gotha, 1898. Scale, 118.37-f- 

F., A. M. miles to i inch. No. 30 in *Map 87.1 

Foreign courts and foreign homes. Lon- Henderson Alice Palmer. 

don 1898 22/9 60 The rainbow s end: Alaska. Chicago, 1898. 

Grifi, Llvira. ' „ ^?ls. 4367.180 

Sauntenngs in Florence. London, 1898. Hubbard, Lucius Lee. 

llius. Maps. 2739.»4 Guide to Moosehead L^ke and northern 

Hare, Augustus John Cuthbert U;ixnt. Cambridge, 1889. Pis. Maps. = 

Shropshire. London, 1^98. Illus. Map. r .i_ r »r • »* • r-.^^5*?T? 

2460 158 ^" ^"^ tropics of Mexico. Mexico City, 1898. 

Harris, Miriam Coles. x 1. ^ PP* x ^^^' =^. , «, • 4469a.i47 

A corner of Spain. Boston, 1898. 30993.136 Johnston, James Finley Weir. 

Hissey. James John. ^o^es on North America, agricultural, eco- 

Over fen and wold. London, 1898. Pis. nomical, and social. Edinburgh. 1861. 2 

Map. 2464.84 ^ V- ^""5:^¥*P- 4467.144 

A journey through Lincolnshire. i-angman, ChnstOpher. 

Iliff, Edward Henry. A true account of the voyage of the Not- 
A tear of sympathy!!! or, striking objects tingham-Galley of London to New-Eng- 
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Illustreret Tidende. Lopez de Velasco, Ju3n. 
Illustreret Tidendes Jernbsnkort over Eu- Geogr3fi3 y descripci6n universsl de las 
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miles to i inch. No. 27 in ♦Map 86.2 I57i al de 1574, publicads por primera 
Murr3y, John, publisher. vez por Don Justo Z3r3goza. Madrid, 
A h3ndbook for tr3vellers in Hsmpshire. 1804. M3p. 4361.154 
London, 1898. M3ps. 6539.75 MsnsilU, Lucio Victorio. 
Pennell, Eliz3beth Robbins. Un3 escursion 4 los Indios Ranqueles. 
Over the Alps on a bicycle. London, 1898. fPat3goni3.] Leipzig, 1877. **D.20oa.i27 
Illus. 48693.49 Niederlcin, Gust3ve. _ / 
Spont, Henry. The republic of Cost3 Rica. [Phila., t8?j8!l ■* 
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T3ylor, George Bo3rdm3n. The SouthUnd. The present resources 3nd 
Italy and the It3li3ns. Phil3., 1898. Illus. development of the South. [W3shing- 
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Map of Gloucester, Mass. Boston, 1887. 
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No. 2 in *Map 1014.7 
Map of Gloucester and Rock^ort. Boston. 
[1887.] Scale, I mile to i mch. = 

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Sweetser, Moses Foster. 
Chisholm's White mountain ffuide-book. 
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Maps. 2389a. 126 

Tyrrell, J. B. 
Map of central Alaska, Cook Inlet and Cop- 
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Tanana and Munook rivers. Washington, 
1898. Scale, 25.3 miles to i inch. 

No. 31 in ♦Map 113.5 
Victoria, Guadalupe. 
Derrotero de las islas Antillas. de las costas 
de Tierra Ferme y de las del seno mexi- 
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Walker, George Harry, and company, pub- 
Map of the West Indies. Boston, 1898. 
Scale, 6 miles to i inch. 

No. 28 in ♦Map 120.1 
New historical map of metropolitan Boston. 
Boston, 1898. Scale, 3 miles to i inch. 

Children's Room 

Language. Rhetoric. 

Belden, Henry Marvin. 
The prepositions in, on, to, for, fore, and 
set in Anglo-Saxon prose. Baltimore. 
[1897.] X, 78, (I) pp. 2483.77 

Bell, Alexander Melville. 
Memorabilia. Visible speech elucidated. 
Washington. [189-?] 2 pp. Pis. = 

Bergano, Diego. 
Vocabulario de la lengua pampanga en ro- 
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Braune, Theodor Wilhelm. 
Althochdeutsche Grammatik. 2te Auflage. 
Halle, 1891. 4885.33 
Gotische Grammatik. 4. Auflage. Halle, 

1895. ♦4885.39 

Brebner. Mary. 

The method of teaching modern languages 

in Germany. London, 1898. 2958.83 

Carro, Andres. 

Vocabulario de la lengua ilocana. Manila, 

1849. ^5030.20 

Franklin family primer. The. By a friend to 

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Lewis, Charlton Miner. 
The foreign sources of modern English ver- 
sification. Halle a. S., 1898. = 4586.148 

Bibliography, pp. vi, vii. 

Payo, Pedro. 

Diccionirio espafi61-iban4g: 6 sea tesauro 

hispano-cagayan. Manila, 1867. ♦5039.167 

Poole, Jacob. 

A glossary, with some pieces of verse, of 

the old dialect of the English colony in 

t the baronies of Forth and Bargy, county 

* of Wexford, Ireland. Edited by W. Barnes. 

London, 1867. 24893.100 


Talbot, Guillaume H. 

Synthetic system of acquiring the French 
regular and irregular verbs. Boston. 
[1865?] Broadside. = 46893.70 


Buck, Gertrude. 
Figures of rhetoric: a psychological study, 
^nn Arbor? 189-?] 27 pp. = 3595-86 
Mac£wan, Elias J. 
The essentials of argumentation. Boston, 
1898. 3609.176 

Wilson, Harry Langford. 
The metaphor in the epic poems of Publius 
Papinius Statins. Baltimore, 1898. 30 pp. 
= 2934.64 


Bibliography. Libraries. Book- 

Bibliographical society, The, London. 
Rough hand-list of books in the library. 
February, 1897. [London, 1897.] 7 pp. 

= ♦2174.48 

Blanchon, H. L. Alphonse. 
L'art et la pratique en reliure. Paris. [1898.] . 
lUus. 0119.85 

Boston union circulating library. 

Catalogue. [Boston.] 1812. 76 pp. ♦6189.59 
Buffalo. Public library. 
Finding list of biography. Buffalo, 1898. = 

Croydon public libraries, Croydon, England. 

Central library. 
Class list of natural science, fine arts & use- 
ful arts. Croydon, 1898. = ♦6150.28 
Freiherrlich Carl von Rothschild'sche Oef- 
fcntliche Bibliothek, Frankfurt-on-the- 
Verzcichniss der Bticher. Bd. i. Frankfurt 
a. M., 1892-98. = ^2163.75 
Iowa Masonic library, Cedar Rapids. 
Quarterly bulletin. Vol. i, no. 1-4. Cedar 
Rapids, 1898. Illus. = ♦756oa.33 
Lawrence, Isabel. 
Classified reading. St. Cloud, 1898. = 

Manchester, £ng. 
Catalo^e of the Alexander Ireland collec- 
tion in the Free reference library. Com- 
piled by J. H. Swann. Manchester. 1898. 

25 pp. = ♦6159.83 

Plummcr, Mary Wright. 
Hints to small libraries. 2d edition. N. Y., 
1898. 67 pp. 6199.13 

Ricketts, Charles, and Lucien Pissarro. 
De la typographic et de Tharmonie de la 
page imprimee. William Morris et son 
mfluence. Paris. 1898. 31 pp. 6119.83 
Soci^te d'anthropologie de Pans. 
Catalogue de la bibliotheque i la date du 31 
decembre 1890. Paris, 1891. 2 v. = 



Sotheran, Henry, and companpr. 
A collection of early English New Testa- 
ments, Bibles and other books illustrative 
chiefly of William Tindale. London, 1898. 
16 pp. = *2i88.4i 

Manuscripts and Broadsides. 

American antiquarian society. 
The Bradford manuscript. Account of the 
part taken b^ the Society in the return of 
the manuscript to America, Worcester, 
1898. Portrs. Fac-simile. = 2321.26 

Lindsay, James Ludovic, earl of Crawford and 
Bibliotheca Lindesiana. Catalogue of Eng- 
lish broadsides. 1505-1807. Privately 
printed. [Aberdeen.] 1898. = ♦2132.20 

General and Comparative Literature. 


Sears, Lorenzo. 
Principles and methods of literary criticism. 
N. Y., 1898. 2557.97 

Basque Literature. 

Herran, Fermin. 
Aplausos y censuras. Bilbao, 1898. 2 v. 


English and American Literature. 

Allen, Edward Heron-. 
Some side-lights upon Edward FitzGerald's 
poem "The Ruba iyat of Omar Khayyam." 
London, 1898. 35 pp. 3025.8 

Barnes, James, editor and compiler. 
Ships and sailors: son^s of the sea as sung 
by the men who sail it. lUus. by Zog- 
baum. N. Y., 1898. *8o50.i20 

Bosanquet, Helen. 
The standard of life and other studies. 
London, 1898. 3568.211 

Brooke, Stopford Augustus. 
English literature, to the Norman conquest 
N. Y., 1898. 2552.104 

Bryant, William Cullen. 
Foetical works. Household edition. N. Y., 
1898. Portr. 4394*129 

Carpenter, George Rice, editor. 

American prose. N. Y., 1898. 2398.142 
Carryl, Guy wetmore. 
Fables for the frivolous. With illustrations 
by Peter Newell. N. Y., 1898. Pis. 

Cloud, Virginia Woodward. 
Down Durley lane, and other ballads. 
N. Y., 1898. 4391.112 

Elizabeth and her German garden. London, 
1898. 4548.121 

Herford, Oliver. 
The bashful earthquake & other fables and 
verses. With many pictures by the author. 
N. Y., i8j)8. 2409a,i5i 

Higginson, Ella. 
When the birds go north again. [Verse.] 
N. Y., 1898. 4399a. 164 


Hill, Frederick Paul. 
Lines written for the dedication of the Ben- 
nett public library, Billerica . . . Oct. 24, 
1881. Cambridge, 1881. 18 pp. = 4599-154 
Howe, Julia Ward. 
From sunset ridge. Poems old and new. 
Boston, 1898. 2405.45 

Lamb, Charles, and Mary Lamb. 
Poetry for children. Illustrated by Wini- 
fred Green. [London, 1898.] Pis. 

Mabie, Hamilton Wright 
Essays on work and culture. N. Y., 1898. 

Morton, Agnes H. 

Our conversational circle. N. Y., 1898. 

Perry, Lilla Cabot. 
Imoressions. A book of verse. Boston, 
1898. 90 pp. = 4398.162 

Piatt. William. 
Men, women and chance. London, 1898. 
(7), 88 pp. 2579a. 161 

Porteous, M. 
The real "Souter Johnny," &c. Poem. 
With notes and appendix. [2d edition.] 
Ayr. [1858.) 32 pp. = 2569a.83 

Riley, James Whitcomb. 
The golden year. From [his] verse and 
prose. Compiled by Clara £. Laughlin. 
London, 1895. 4409a. 184 

Swettenham, Frank Athelstane, editor. 

Unaddressed letters. London, 1898. 4557.151 
Symons, Arthur. 
London nights. [Poems.] London, 1895. 

Van Dyke, Henry Jackson, jr. 1852- 
The poetry of Tennyson. loth edition, en- 
larged. N. Y., 1898. 2565.103 
Wilson, Robert Bums. 
The shadows of the trees and other poems. 
N. Y., 1898. Pis. 2398.143 

French Literature. 

Brunetiere, Marie Ferdinand. 
Manual of the history of French literature. 
Authorized translation by R. Derechef. 
N. Y. [1898.] Portr. 2679.200 

Le Blond. Maurice. 
Essai sur le naturisme. Paris, 1896. = 

St. Parrv. Alfred J., pseud.? 
C6sar Ant^chrjsst. [Paris.] 1895. Pis. = 

Wells, Benjamin Willis. 
A century of French fiction. N. Y., 1898. 


German Literature. 

Abele, Wilhelm. 

Die antiken Quellen des Hans Sachs. [Teil] 

I. Cannstatt, 1897. 4871.124 

Florenz, Karl Adolf. 

White aster. A Japanese epic, together with 

other poems from the German adaptation 

of Karl Florenz, by A. Lloyd. Tokyo. 

[1897.] 89 pp. Illus. 3019* <33 





Francke, Kuno. 

Glimpses of modern German culture. N. Y., 

1898. 4879a.36 


The fall of the Nibelungs, done into English 

by Margaret Armour. Illustrated by W. 

B. Macdougall. London, 1897. 2903.57 

Greek and Latin Literature. 

Hippolytus. A translation br J. Thomp- 
son and B. J. Hayes. London, 1898. 58 

^^ pp. 2979a. 1 15 


The Iliad of Homer rendered into English 

English prose ... by Samuel Butler. 

London, 1898. 2997.63 

Jucttner, Hugo. 

De Polemonis rhetoris vita operibus arte. 

Vratislaviae, 1898. 2957.73.8, part i 

Auswahl aus Platons Politeia. Mit Einlei- 

tung und Anmerkungen hrsg. von C. 

Nohle. Halle a. S., 1898. 2979.40 

Hungarian Literature. 

Reich, Emil. 
Hungarian literature. London, 1898. Map. 


Italian Literature. 

Morelli, Marino. 
I nuovi scavi. A Guido Baccelli sonetti 
due. Con traduzione inglese per Gugli- 
elmo E. A. Axon. Manchester, 1898. (5) 
po. = 2769a. 79 

Ruberto, Luigi. 
Un articolo dantesco di Gabriele Pepe e il 
suo duello con Alfonso di Lamartine. 
Firenze. 1808. (2), 58 pp. 4775-89 

Schultz-Gora, Oskar. 
Le epistole del trovatore Rambaldo di Va- 
queiras al marchese Bonifazio I. di Men- 
ferrato. Traduzione di G. del Noce. 
Firenze, 1898. Maps. 477590 

Judaeo-German Literature. 

Rosenfeld, Morris. 
Songs from the Ghetto. With prose trans- 
lation, by Leo Wiener. Boston, 1898. 


Sanskrit Literature. 

A century of Indian epigrams, chiefly from 
the Sanskrit of Bhartrihari, by Paul El- 
mer More. Boston, 1898. 3029.82 

Drama. Shakespeare. 

Brown, Calvin Smith, jr., editor. 
The later English drama. N. Y., 1898. 


Contents. — Bibliography. — Goldsmith, She stoops 
to conquer. — Sheridan, The rivals; The school 
for scandal. — Knowles, Virginius. — Bulwer- 
Lytton, The lady of Lyons; Richelieu. 

Johannes, Wilhelm Hermann. 

Christophorus Kormart als Ubersetzer fran- 

zosischer und hollandischer Dramen. 

Berlin, 1892. 75 pp. 4876.22 

Landsberger, Heinrich. CHeinrich Lee.) 

Hans Wurst. Schauspiel. Leipzig. [1898.] 

Muench-Bellinghausen, Eligius Franz Joseph, 

Freihcrr von. (F. Halm.) 
Griseldis. Dramatisches Gedicht. Leipzig. 

1 1897- 1 4896.50.371 

Phihppi, Felix. 
Die Wunderquclle. Schwank. Leipzig. 
[1898.] 4896.50.3fe 

Rostand, Eugene Alexis Edmond. 
Cyrano de Bergerac. A heroic comedy. Done 
into English by H. T. Kingsbury. Bos- 
ton, 189$. 66993.68 

Sumbatof, , prince. 

Im Dienst. Schauspiel. Nach deni Russi- 
schen von Eugen Zabel. Leipzig. [1898.] 

Wurth, Leopold. 

Das Wortspiel bei Shakspere. 

Zipper, Albert. 
Schillers Braut von 
Leipzig. [1898.] 


Wien. 1895. 



Andrian-Werburg, Ferdinand, Freiherr von. 
Ueber Wetterzaubcrei. [Wien, 1894.] = 

Ueber den Wetterzaubcr dcr Altaier. Miin- 
chen. [1893.] 36 pp. = 2906.48 

Arabian nights' entertainments. Selected by 
Andrew Lang. N. Y., 1898. Illus. 3024.25 
Campbell, Killis. 
A study of the romance of the Seven sages, 
with special reference to the Middle Eng- 
lish versions. Baltimore, 1898. = 4555-137 
Higginson, Thomas Wentworth, editor. 
Tales of the enchanted islands of the Atlan- 
tic. N. Y., 1898. Pis. 4404.148 
Inwards, Richard, compiler. 
Weather lore. 3d edition. N. Y., 1898. 

Lawrence, Robert Means. 
The magic of the horse-shoe. With other 
folk-lore notes. Boston, 1898. 5605.40 
Phillips, W. S. 
Totem tales . . . gathered in the Pacific 
northwest. Chicago, 1896. Illus. 4364.203 
Rogers, Frank D. 
Folk-stories of the northern border. Clay- 
ton, 1897. Illus. Portrs. 4405. HS 
Segarra, Tomas. 
Poesias populares. Leipzig, 1862. 50 pages 
of music. ♦8059a. 132 



Seklemian, A. G. 

The golden maiden and other folk tales and 

fairy stones told in Armenia. Cleveland, 

1898. 3086.100 

Skinner, Charles Montgomery. 

Myths & legends beyond our borders. 

rhila.. 1899. Pis. 4369.147 

Legenas from Canada and Mexico. 

Medicine. Hygiene. 


Cabot, Arthur Tracy. 

The question of castration for enlarged 
prostate. [Phila., 1896.] 45 pp. = 3745.40 
Chuquet^ A. 

L'nygiene des tuberculeux. Paris, 1899. 

Coriat, Isador Harry. 
The elimination of iodin and salol by the 
urine. [Phila., 1898.] 4 pp. = 3772.38 
Frerichs, Fnedrich Theodor. 
Traits pratique des maladies du foie et des 
voies biliares. Traduit . . . par L. Du- 
menil [et] J. Pellagot. 2e edition. Paris, 
1866. Illus. = ♦3793.83 

HitziiF £dward. 
Der ' Schwindel [Vertigo]. Wien, 1898. 

♦3782.141. Th. 2, Abth. 2 
Jack, Frederick Lafayette. 
Remarkable improvement in hearing by re- 
moval of the stapes. [New Bedford, 1892.I 
21 pp. = 3807.128 

Jacobi, Abraham. 
Contributions to the pathology and thera- 
peutics of diphtheria. N. Y., 1875. 40 pp. 

= 3793.79 

Knight, Frederick Irving. 

Indications and contra-indications for alti- 
tude in the treatment of pulmonary tuber- 
culosis. [Phila., 1888.] 8 pp. = 3799a. 103 
Marc6, Louis Victor. 
Traits pratique des maladies mentales. 
Paris, 1862. = ♦7803.130 

Mosher, Eliza Maria. 
A critical study of the biceps cruris muscle 
as it relates to disease in and around the 
knee-joint. [Phila., 1891.] 14 pp. Illus. 

Habits of posture a cause of deformity and 
displacement of the uterus. [N. Y., 1893.] 
16 pp. Illus. = 3772.40 

The mfluence of habitual posture on the 
symmetry and health of the body. [Brook- 
lyn, 1892.] Illus. = 3763.29 
Naegele, Hermann Franz Joseph, and Wolde- 
mar Ludwig Grenser. 
Traits pratique de Tart des accouchements. 
Traduit par G. A. Aubenas. Paris, 1869. 
Illus. = *3772.36 
Rollet, Joseph. 
Traite des maladies v^neriennes. Paris, 

1865. = *y77Z'^ 

Scanzoni von Lichtenfels, Friedrich Wilhelm. 

De la m^trite chroniaue. Traduit par 

Sieffermann. Paris, 1866. = *3772.33 

Taylor, Robert William. 
On the various forms of pruritus cutaneus, 
and their treatment. N. Y., 1877. 18 pp. 

= 3790.79 

Vierordt, Hermann. 
Die angeborenen Herzkrankheiten. Wien, 
1898. Illus. [Specielle Pathologie und 
Therapie.1 *3782.i44, Th. i, Abth. 2 

Walsh, John Francis. 
The anatomy and functions of the muscles 
of the hand, and of the extensor tendons 
of the thumb. Essay awarded the "Boyl- 
ston" prize for 1897. Phila., 1897. 51 pp. 
Illus. = 3744-78 

West, Charles. 

Legons sur les maladies des femmes. Tra- 
duites par C. Mauriac. Paris, 1870. = 

The original English is on shelf-no. *S774.M. 


Almquist, Ernst 

N&got om njutningsmedel med sarskildt af- 
seende pi spritdryckerna. Stockholm, 

1895. 14 pp. 3765.44 

Groton water company. 

Report. 1808. [Groton, 1898.] *634S-88 

James, Alice K. 

Girls' physical training. London, 1898. 
Illus. 3761.87 


Abbott, Charles Conrad. 
Clear skies and cloudy. Phila., 1899. Illus. 

Ammon, Otto. 
Der Abanderungsspielraum. Berlin, 1896. 

54 pp. = 3826.44 

Attems, Carl August Theodor Michael, Graf 
Myriopoden. Hamburg, 1897. 8 pp. Illus. 

No. 2 in J891.45.2 
Australian museum, Sydney. 
Catalogue of Australian mammals. By J. 
D. Ogilby. [Sydney.] 1892. = ♦5822.31 
Guide to the contents of the Australian mu- 
seum. Sydney, 1890. Plan. = 5895-44 
Beddard, Frank Evers. 
Elementary zoology. N. Y., 1898. Illus. 


The structure and classification of birds. 

London, 1898. Illus. 3905.80 

Breddin, Gustav. 

Hemipteren. Hamburg, 1897. 56, (2) pp. 

No. 4 m J891.45.2 
Brush, George Jarvis. 
Manual of determinative mineralogy. 15th 
edition. N. Y., 1898. Illus. 3863.72 

Cochrane, Robert, editor. 
Four hundred animal stories. Phila. [1898?] 
Illus. 3^^.29 > 

Darwin, George Howard. 
The tides and kindred phenomena in the ! 
solar system. The substance of lectures . 
in 1897 at the Lowell Institute. Boston. ! 
1898. Illus. 5823.37 . 

Edwardes, Edward Tickner. 



Side lights of nature in quill and crayon. 
Drawn by G. C. Hait6. London, 1898. 
Pis. 3818.88 

Ehlers, Ernst 
Polychaeten. Hamburg, 1807. Pis. 

No. I in 3891.45.2 
Elliot, Daniel Giraud. 
The wild fowl of the United States and Brit- 
ish possessions. N. Y., 1898. Pis. 3905.76 
Fewkes, Jesse Walter. 
On the morphology of the corbula of cer- 
tain Plumularidae. [Phila., 1881.] 2 pp. 

= 5875.38 

The Siphonophores. 4. Anatomy and de- 
velopment of Diphyes. 5. The Diphyae. 
[Phila., 1882, 83..] Illus. = 5885.42 

Gadow, Hans Friedrich. 
A classification of Vertebrata, recent and 
extinct. London, 1898. 3886.88 

Goursat, Edouard Jean Baptiste. 

Legon sur I'intlgration des equations aux 
derivees partielles du premier ordre. Re- 
digees par C. Bourlet. Paris, 1891. 

Harvard college. Astronomical observatory. 
The Bruce photographic telescope. [3 plates 
of star-photographs.] [Cambridge, 1896.] 
= ♦3920.70 

Hayford, John Fillmore. 
A text-book of geodetic astronomy. N. Y., 
1898. Pis. 3922.45 

Hirst, Harry H. 
Adjustment of engineering field instruments. 
Berkeley, 1898. 15 pp. = 3949-49 

Landolt, Hans. 
Das optische Drehungsvermogen organi- 
scher Substanzen und dessen praktische 
Anwendungen. 2. Auflage. Braunschweig, 
1898. Illus. 3961.78 

Lange, D. 
Handbook of nature study for teachers and 
pupils in elementary schools. N. Y., 
1898. Illus. 3838.7 

Lapouge, Georges Vacher de. 
Phylogenie des Carabus. [Rennes, 1897, 98.] 
= 3822.193 

McGill college and university. 
Department of geology. 
Papers. 1-9. Montreal, 1896-98. Illus. 
Map. = *3863.i48 

Department of physics. 
Papers. 1-6. Montreal, 1896-98. Illus. = 

Ncwth, G. S. 
A manual of chemical analysis, qualitative 
and quantitative. N. Y., 1898. Illus. 

Ormerod, Eleanor Anne. 
Handbook of insects injurious to orchard 
and bush fruits. London, 1898. = 3895.84 
Sars, George Ossian. 
Fauna ^forwegise. Bd. i. Phyllocarida og 
Phyllopoda. Christiania, 1896. Pis. 

In Danish and English in parftllel columns. 

Schaeffer, Caesar. 

Apterygoten. Hamburg, 1897. 48 pp. Pis. 

No. 3 in 3891.4.2 
Skinner, Charles Montgomery. 

Do-nothing days. Phila., 18199. Pis. 3819.40 


Spencer, Arthur Coe. 

The (reology of Massanutten mountain in 

Virginia. Washington, 1897. 54 pp. 

Illus. = 3864.85 

Stearns, Robert Edwards Carter. 

Contributions to the natural history of the 

Coelenterata. [Washington, 1889.] Pis. 

= 5886.26 

Treats of two new genera of alcyonoid polyps. 

Steenstrup, Knud Johan Vogel. 
Petrografiske Noticer. [Stockholm, 1888.] 
3 pp. Illus. = 3869.140 

Taber, C. A. M. 
The ice age, past and coming. Boston, 
1898. Maps. = 3867.1 IS 

Thompson, Ernest Seton. 
Wild animals I have known. N. Y., 1898. 
Illus. 3888^30 

Thornton, Arthur, and Marchant Pearson. 
Notes on volumetric analysis. London, 
1898. 88 pp. Illus. 3976.143 

Todd, Mabel Loomis. 
Corona and Coronet: being a narrative of 
the Amherst eclipse expedition to Japan, 
1896. Boston, 1898. Pis. Maps. 3015.141 
Trowbridge, John. 
Philip's experiments, or, physical science at 
home. N. Y., 1898. 5969.42 

Wright, Julia McNair. 
Astronomy. The sun and his family. Phila., 
1898. Illus. 3929.99 

Anthropology. Ethnology. 

Andrian-Werbur^, Ferdinand, Freiherr von. 

Die kosmologischen und kosmogonischen 

Vorbtellungen primitiver Volker. [Miin- 

chen, 1897.J 39 pp. = 2906.46 

Chantre, Ernest. 

Etudes paleoethnolog^c^ues dans le nord du 

Dauphine et les environs de Lyon. [Qi- 

bliographie.] Paris, 1867. 32 pp. = 

Lapouge, Georges Vacher de. 
Les pygmees neolithiques de Soub^s (H6- 
rault). [Rennes, 1895.] 8 pp. =. 2233.70 
Livi, Ridolfo. 
Dello sviluppo del corpo (statura e peri- 
metro toracico) in rapporto colla pro- 
fessione e colla condizione sociale. Roma, 
1897. 40 pp. == 3822.223 

Meyer. Adolf Bemhard. 
Die Philippinen. 2. Negritos. Dresden, 
1893. 95 pp. Illus. ♦Cab.70.11. 14 

Meyer, Adolf Bernhard, and R. Parkinson. 
Schnitzereien und Masken vom Bismarck 
Archipel und New Guinea. Dresden, 
1895. 32 pp. Pis. ♦Cab.70.11. 15 

Smith, Joseph, of Lowell, Mass. 
The Scotch-Irish shibboleth analyzed and 
rejected. With some reference to the 
present "Anglo-Saxon" comedy. Wash- 
inp^ton, 1898. viii, 29 pp. [American- 
Irish historical society.] = 43^7'Afi 
Stolz, Joseph. 
Funeral agenda. [Read before the Central 
conference of American Rabbis at Mon- 
treal, Canada, July 9, 1897.] [Chicago? 
1897?] 23 pp. = 2295.77 



Dyck, Walther. 
Ueber die wechselseitifi^en Beziehungen 
zwischen der reinen una der angewandten 
Mathematik. Munchen, 1897. j8 pp. = 


Philosophy. Education. 



Bodnir, Zsigmond. 

Das Gesetz unseres p^eistigen Fortschriltcs. 

Aus dem Unganschen iibersctzt von 

Julius Lechner von der Lech. Leipzig, 

1893. 34 pp. = 5606.39 

Hibben, John Grier. 

The problems of philosophy. N. Y., 1898. 


Le Bon, Gustave. 
The psychology of peoples. N. Y., 1898. 


Locke, John. 
Uber den menschlichen Verstand. Aus dem 

Englischen ubersetzt von T. Schultze. 

Bd. I. Leipzig. [1898.I 4896.50.388 

Same. 2tes Bandchen. Leipzig. [1898.] 


McGilvary, Evander Bradley. 

The principle and the method of the 

Hegelian dialectic. Berkeley, 1807. 2 

parts. 3a>4-i37 


Hovt, John Wesley. 
Memorial in regard to a national university. 
Washington, 18^. r= 3596.163 

Larsson, Gustaf. 
Sloyd for American schools. 5th edition. 
[Boston, i8()7.] 39 pp. Pis. = 8017.203 
Mashburn, A. G. 
Some differences in the education of the 
deaf and the hearing. Little Rock, 1898. 

15 PP = 5597-38 

Millar, John. 

The school system of the state of New York 
(as viewed by a Canadian). Toronto, 
1898. 3595.184 

Miller. Walter. 
Address at the 7th annual commencement 
Leland Stanford junior university. The 
old and the new [education]. [Palo Alto.] 
1898. 38 pp. = 4499.135 

Northampton institute (City polytechnic;, 
Announcements, educational and social for 
i898-» [Edinburgh, 1898.] Pis. = 

Sal viol i, Giuseppe. ^ 

L'istruzione pubblica in Italia nei secoli viii, 

ix, e X. Parte i. Firenze, 1898. 4775.91 

Sterry, Wasey. 

Annals of the King's college of Our Lady 

of Eton beside Windsor. London, 1898. 

Portrs. Pis. 2465.152 

Tulane university of Louisiana. 

Commencement address by President W. P. 

Johnston, June 30, i8gS. [New Orleans, 

i.r '*^Im?^ ?P-.= 4497.317 

Warren, Lillie Egmton. 

Speech revealed in facial expressions. A 

new method by which the deaf may learn 

to understand conversation. 2d edition. 

N. Y.. 189a 14 pp. = 5597.37 


Beale, Dorothea. 
Work and play in girls' schools. By three 
head mistresses. London, 1898. 3599* 181 
Brown university. Women's college. 
Dedication of Pembroke hall. [Providence, 
1897.1 23 pp. = 4495.289 

Calhoun colored school, Calhoun, Alabama. 
Annual report, 5th. [1896/7.I Boston, 1897. 
= ♦5594.124 

Dodd, Catherine L 
Introduction to the Herbartian principles 
of teaching. London, 1898. lUus. Maps. 

Friedberg, Emil Albert. 
Die Universitat Leipzig in Vergangenheit 
und (^egenwart. Leipzig, 1898. lUus. 


Glasgow association for the higher education 

of women. 

Report, 1877/78-81/82. Glasgow, i87»^. 

= ^ *2S09.i35 

This association was mergea into Queen Margaret 
college of the University of Glasgow. 

Harris, William Torrey. 
German reform in American education. St. 
Louis. [1872?] 12 pp. = 3597.48 

Ethics. Life. 

Bell, Alexander Graham. 
Marriage. An address to the deaf. 3d edi- 
tion, with an appendix upon Consanguine- 
ous marriages. Washington, 1898. 17 pp. 

= 5597.30 

Black, Hu^h. 

Friendship. Illuminated by F. Berkeley 

Smith. N. Y., 1898. 3589.162 

Maeterlinck, Maurice. 

Wisdom and destiny. Translated by A. 

Sutro. N. Y., 1898. 3507.150 

Mallon, Isabel A. (Ruth Ashmore.) 

The business girl in every phase of her life. 

Phila. [1898.] Pis. 5659.106 

Modern marriage market. The. By 

Corelli fpesud.]. Lady Jeune, Flora Annie 

Steel, Susan, countess of Malmesbury. 

Phila., 1899. Portrs. 5589.117 

Newcomb, Katharine H. 

Helps to right living. Boston, 1898. 3587.148 

Thayer, William Makepeace. 

Ethics of success. Boston, 1893. == 3588.117 

Wingate, Charles Frederick. 

What shall our boys do for a living? N. Y., 

189a 3589.166 


Religion. Theology. 

Adams, Walter Marsham. 
The books of the master, or the Egyptian 
doctrine of the light bom of the Virgin 
mother. N. Y., 1898. Illus. 3486.113 

Baillie, Robert. 
Anabaptism the trve fovntaine of Independ- 
ency, Brownisme, Antinomy, Familisme. 
London, 1647. **G.387.4S 

Blass, Friedrich Wilhelm. 
Grammar of New Testament Greek. Trans- 
lated by H. St. J. Thackeray. London, 
1898. 2983.65 

Brieff discours. A, off the troubles begonne 
at Franckford in Germany Anno Domini 
1554. Abowte the Booke off off [sic] 
common prayer and ceremonies. [Gene- 
va? or Zurich ?] 1575. ♦♦G.387.7 
Probably by William Whittingham. 

Cole, Lawrence Thomas. 
The basis of early Christian theism. N. Y., 
1898. 60 pp. 3604.120.2 

Cutts, Edward Lewes. 
Parish priests and their people in the 
Middle ages in England. London, 1898. 
Illus. 5526.74 

De Kay. Charles. 

Bird gods. N. Y. [1898.] Illus. 3489119 
Desmond, Humphrey J. 
The church and the law. With special ref- 
erence to ecclesiastical law in tne United 
States. Chicago, 1898. 3638.66 

Duchesne, Louis Marie Olivier, abb^. 
Les premiers temps de r£tat pontifical 
(754-1073). Paris, 1898. 3461.64 

Feasey, Henry John. 
Monasticism: what is it? A forgotten 
chapter in the history of labour. Lon- 
don, 1898. 3518.104 
Fielding^ H. 
The soul of a people. London, 1898. 


On the manners and customs of the Burmese. 

Frankenberg, Wilhelm. 
Die Spruche tibersetzt und erklart Got- 
tingen, 1898. ♦3421.117 

Frith, John. 
A boke made by John Fr3rth, prysoner in 
the Tower of London, answerynge unto 
M. Mores letter, which he wrote agaynst 
the fyrste lytle treatyse that John Fryth 
made concernyng the sacramente of the 
body and bloode of Christ. Now newly 
prynted, 15^. ♦♦^387.72 

The British Museum catalogue says that this was 

printed in London by R. Jugge; but a manu 
(cript note states that "this book ^ 
>rinted, said by Mr. More in his life 

script note states that "this book was privately 
printed, said by Mr. More in his life of Sir 
More to bee printed beyond sea." 
Fulton, John, D.D. 
Index canonum. The Greek text, English 
translation and a complete digest of the 
entire code of canon law of the undivided 
primitive church. 4th edition. N. Y. 
[1892?] 3S3I.IO 

iHoensbroech, Paul Cajus, Graf von. 

* Der Ultramontanismus. 2. Auflage. Berlin, 
1898. 546780 


Hutton, Reginald Ernest 
The soul here and hereafter. London, 1898. 


Jamaica Plain, Mass. Central Congregational 


Manual. .[Boston, 1898.] = 7541.353 

Lee, Guy Carleton. 

Hincmar: an introduction to the study of 

the revolution on the organization of the 

church of the Ninth century. [N. Y.] 

1897. 32 pp. 3462.89 
Leo, frater, of Assisi. 

Speculum perfectionis, scu S. Francisci 
Assisiensis legenda antiquissima. Nunc 
primum edidit P. Sabatier. Paris, 1898. 

Mitchell, Rev. William H. 
[Gospel tracts.] Boston, 1891-95. = 

7459a. 128 
Nadal, Hieronymus. 
Epistolae ab anno 1546 ad 1577. Nunc 
primum editae. Tomus i, fasc. i, 2. 
Matriti, 1898. [Monumenta historica So- 
cietatis Jesu.l *35i5.i07 

Owen, John, D.D. 1616-1683. 
A brief vindication of the Non-conformists 
from the charge of schisme. London, 
1680. (i), 56 pt). ♦♦G.387.66 

Philastrius, St. 
Diversarvm hereseon liber. Recensvit F. 
Marx. Vindobonae, 1898. [Corpvs scrip- 
torvm ecclesiasticorvm Latmorvm.] 

Richard, James William. 
Philio Melanchthon. The protestant pre- 
ceptor of Germany. 1497-1560. N. Y., 

c- I^J J°^"- ^^^' 5559.42 

Siegfried, Carl. 

Prediger und Hoheslied ubersetzt und er- 
klart. Gottingen, 1898. [Handkommen- 
tar zum Alten Testament] 

No. 2 in ♦3421. 1 17 

Sienkiewicz, Heniyk. 

Let us follow Him. Translated by Jeremiah 

Curtin. Boston, 1897. 97 pp. 3479.126 

Spalding, James Field. 

The world's unrest and its remedy. N. Y., 

1898. 3469.102 
Stirling, Waite Hockin. 

A pastoral letter. Buenos Aires, 1882. 30, 

^xr . ^^ PP- ,. 3526.77 

Wright, Arthur. 

Some New Testament problems. London, 

1898. 3428.151 

Social Science. 

Political Economy. 

Arendt, Otto. 

Allgemeine Staatsversicherung und Versich- 

erungssteur. Leipzig, 1881. 5657.75 

Carlisle, John Griffin. 

Sound currency. Speeches, 1893, 95. [N. Y.? 

1895?] 24 pp. = 5646.145 

Speech at Covington, Ky., May 20, 1895, 

ion the currency question in the United 
Utes]. 1895. i6pp. = 5646.147 



4 -i: 


Speech . . . delivered at a dinner of the 
Massachusetts reform club (on "Sound 
currency"). [Boston, 1895.] 12 pp. = 

Cleveland chamber of commerce. 
Taxation: report of special committee. 
Cleveland. 11895.I 22 pp. = 5643.102 
Eastman, Frank Marshall. 
Taxation for state purposes in Pennsylvania. 
Phila., 1898. 5645.149 

Farrcr, Sir Thomas Henry, ist baron Farrer. 
Studies in currency. London, 1898. 

France. Office du travail. 
Les caisses patronales de retraites des 6ta- 
blissements industriels. Paris, 1898. = 

George, Henry. 
Writings. [Memorial edition.] N. Y., 1898. 
8 v. Portrs. ^3658.85 

I, a. Progress and poverty. 3. Social problems. 
4. The land question, etc. 5. Protection or free 
trade. 6. A perplexed philosopher. 7, 8. The sci- 
ence of political economy. 

Heckel, Max von. 

Das Budget Leipzig, 1898. *356i.i54 

Bibliographic, pp. 305-354. 

Krumbholtz, Robert. 
Die Gewerbe der Stadt Mtinster bis zum 
Jahre 1661. Mit einer Wappentafel der 
Gilden aus dem Jahre 1598. Leipzig, 1898. 
Coats-of-arms. [Publicationen aus den K. 
preussischen Staatsarchiven. Bd. 70.] 

Lowndes, William, Secretary to the treasury 
(Great Britain). 
A report containing an essay for the amend- 
ment of the silver coins. London, 1695. 


McCall, John A. 

A review of life insurance from the date of 

the First national convention of insurance 

officials, 1871-1897. Milwaukee, 1898. 72 

pp. ♦5651.82 

Macleod, Henry Dunning. 

Indian currency. London, 1898. ix, 55 pp. 

Meyer, Richard M. 
Betrieb und Organisation der wissenschaft- 
lichen Arbeit. Berlin, 1898. 63 pp. 

♦3562.53. 19 
Powers, Frederick Perry. 
Jefferson and Jackson on present [econo- 
mical] troubles. N. Y. 1897. 16 pp. = 

Randolph, Carman F. 
The free coinage of silver. Morristown, 
N. J., 1896. 32 pp. = 5646.148 

Stokes, Anson Phelps. 
Dangers of the proposed national paper- 
money trust ... N. Y. [1898.] 10 pp. 
= 5649^.16 

Torrente, Mariano. 
Bosquejo econ6mico politico de la isla de 
Cuba . . . Madrid. [Vol. 2: Habana.l 
1852, 53. 2 V. in I. 5566.38 

Valentine, John J. 
Currency reform. [San Francisco, 1898.] 
10 pp. = 3643.141 

Webb, Sidney James, and Beatrice Webb. 

Problems of modem industry. London, 
1898. 9330.-I 

Political Science. 

Baldwin, Simeon Eben. 
Modern political institutions. Boston, 1898. 

Mowry, William Augustus. 
Elements of civil government. N. Y., 1891. 
Pis. = No. I in 4328.^ 

Elements of civil government in the com- 
monwealth of Massachusetts. N. Y., 1891. 
68 pp. = No. 2 in 4328.98 


Bamberger, Ludwig. 
Zur Entwicklung der internationalen Social- 
demokratie. Berlin, 1897. 56 pp. 

Cuthbert, Alexander A. 
The municipal control of the liquor trade. 
Glasgow, 1808. 20 pp. = 7588.178 

Eaton, Charles Heard. 
The industrial position of woman. [N. Y., 
1898?] 23 pp. = 3577.116 

Ferri, Enrico. 
Sociologie criminelle. Syllabus du cours. 
Bruxelles, 1896. 24 pp. = 3574-139 

Giddings, Franklin Henry. 
The elements of sociology . . . N. Y., 1898. 

Goodyear, Anna Forbes. 
Considerations relating to a proposed gov- 
ernment plantation to relieve the unem- 
ployed poor. Boston, 1898. 22 pp. = 


Industrial aid society, Boston. 

Report of the Committee on the cultivation 
of vacant lots. [Boston.] 1895. 7 pp. =r 


Lincoln House review. The. Bi-monthly. 

Vol. I, 2. Nov., 1895-June, 1897. Boston, 

1895-97. ^^^"^' = *5576.105 

Lindsay, Samuel McCune. 

The unit of investigation or of considera- 
tion in sociology. Phila., 1898. 16 pp. 

Morselli, Emilio. 

Elementi di sociologia generale. Milano, 

1898. 75 pp. 5569a. 122 

New England Peabody home for crippled 


Annual report ist, 3d, 1895/96, 1897/98. 

Boston, 1896-98. Pis. = ♦5576.142 

The second annual report was not published ex* 
cept in the newspapers. 

Paine, Robert Treat, jr. 1835- 

The empire of charity, established by th« 

revolution of this century. Boston, iftji 

17 pp. = 5575.1^ 

Reason, William, editor. >| 

University and social settlements. London, 

„, 1898. 3568. I9il 

Women s educational and industrial union! 

Boston. \ 

Leaflet. No. 1-6. Boston, 1897-98. = 

5579a. 14! 


Law. Legislation. 

Beach, Charles Fisk. 
A treatise on the law of monopolies and in- 
dustrial trusts in England and in the 
United States. St. Louis, 1898. ♦3652.85 
Bertha, A. de. 
La constitution hongroise. Paris, 1898. 

Blickensderfer, Ulric, compiler. 
A review of legal studies: comprising the 
most material parts . . . contained in 
Blackstone's commentaries, evidence, con- 
tracts, pleading, etc. Chicago, 1877. 2 v. 

Frick, Henry. 
Resume du cours de droit administratif 
donne a TUniversite nouvelle. Bruxelles, 
1897. 22 pp. = 5617.66 

Gould, John Melville, and Edward nosmer 
The war revenue law of 1898 explained. 
Boston, 1898. 9336.27-1 


Die japanische Verfassungsurkunde. Aus 
dem Japanischen in das Deptsche tiber- 
setzt von Dr. jur. Brunn. Leipzig. [1898.] 

Loring, Augustus Peabody. 
A trustee s handbook. Boston, 1898. = 

Massachusetts. Probate courts. 

Probate rules. Equity rules. Rules of the 

court of insolvency. May 15, 1894. FBos- 

ton, 1894.] 38 pp. = 5037.41 

Meschelsohn, Max. 

Wirthschaftliche Grundsatze des neuen 

deutschen Handelsgesetzbuches vom 10. 

Mai 1897. Berlin, 1^7. 33 pp. *3562.53.i9 

Riesenfeld, Conrad Ernst. 

Kaufmannische Schiedsgerichte. Berlin, 

o ^^\ ^ PP* *3562.53.i9 

Samuel, John. 

Address delivered on the opening of the law 
library of the Law association of Phila- 
delphia. [Phila., 1898.] 19 pp. = 3636.37 

Useful and Industrial 


Boston locomotive works. 
Three drawings of steam engines. = 


One of the drawings bears the date 1852. 

Cassal, Hans J. S. 
Workshop makeshifts. London, 1898. Illus. 

' Croil, James. 

t Steam navigation and its relation to the 
I commerce of Canada and the United 

L States. Toronto, 1898. Illus. 5656.85 

I ^awkins, Nehemiah. 

I > ; Maxims and instructions for the boiler room. 
Ijl N. Y.. 1898. Illus. ♦8016.120 


New catechism of the steam engine, with 
chapters on gas, oil and hot air engines. 
N. Y., 1898. Illus. 8015.78 

Holde, D. 
Die Untersuchung der Schmiermittel und 
verwandter Produkte der Fett- und Naph- 
U-Industrie. Berlin, 1897. Illus. 8016.78 
Houston, Edwin J. 
Electricity one hundred years ago and to- 
day. N. Y., 1894. Illus. 3969.202 
Houston, Edwin J., and Arthur E. Kennelly. 
Electricity made easy. N. Y., 1898. Illus. 

Institution of civil engineers, London. 

Report of the committee to consider and 
report upon a standard or standards of 
thermal efficiency for steam engines. 
London, 1898. 37 pp. Illus. = 8019a. 168 
Municipal association of Cleveland. 
The Brecksville road improvement. [Cleve- 
land.! 1898. 12 pp. = 4374.119 
Parloa, Maria. 
Home economies. N. Y., 1898. Illus. 

Procter, Henry Richardson. 
Leather industries laboratory book. Lon- 
don, 1898. 4014.86 
St John, Thomas M. 

How two boys made their own electrical 

apparatus. N. Y., 1898. Illus. 7967. I5 

Wilson, Herbert S. 

The practical tool-maker and designer: with 

special reference to a set of tools for 

machining the bicycle. Phila., 1898. Pis. 

Wisser, John Philip. 

Explosive materials. [2d edition.] N. Y., 
1898. [Van Nostrand's science series.] 

Woman's auxiliary to the Charlestown branch 
of the Young men's Christian associa- 
tion, Boston. 
A collection of tried receipts. [Boston.] 
189-? 80 pp. = 8008.87 

Young women's Christian association. School 
of domestic science and Christian work. 
[Circular.] 1896/7. Boston. [1896.] = 


Agriculture. Domestic Animals. 

Aloi, Antonio. 

L'olivo e I'olio. Milano, 1898. Illus. 

Maxtee, J. 
Popular dog-keeping. London, 1898. Illus. 

Rexford, Eben Eugene. 
Flowers. How to grow them. Phila., 1898. 

Wood, John, gardener. 

Hardy perennials and old-fashioned garden 

flowers. London. [1897.] Illus. 3999.170 

Military and Naval Art, Science, 
and History. 

Album militaire de I'arm^e fran^ise. le, 2c 
s^rie. . Paris. [1898.] Colored plates. 


46 Febdiary 

6aer, Max. Daudet, Louis Marie Ernest 

Die deutschc Flotte von 1848-1852. Leipzig, La Mongautier. Roman dcs temps r^volu- 

1898. 5954-iw tionnaires. Paris, 1807. 6698.60 

Wolfe, James. Grousset, Paschal. ^Andr6 Laurie.) 

General Wolfe's instructions to young of- La bachelier de Seville. 4e Edition. Paris. 

ficers. 2d edition. London. 1780. [1898?] Pis. 2668.158 

»*G.389a.5 Guezenec. Alfred. (Alfred de Br^hat.)^ 

Le cousin aux millions. Nouvelle edition. 
Paris, 1888. 667oa.62 

A ,. r^ Theuriet, Qaude Adh^mar Andr^ 

Amusements. Games. Lys sauvage. illustrations d'Amato. [Paris.1 

■ 1898. 92 pp. 6670.12 

iDOrt^ Supplement to L'Ulustrmtion, jan.-man, i8g8. 

Dewar, George Albemarle Bertie. In Gcnnaxi. 
In pursuit of the trout. London, 1898. 

u Aiu-yy T u ^ 17 r. i> 4009-221 Boetticher, Hans Gcorg. 

Hardy, William John, and E. D. Bacon. Weiteres Heiteres. [Geschichte.] Leipzig. 

The stamp collector. London, 1898. Pis. [18013 1 4896.50.588 

Fac-similcs. 2236.33 Droste-Huelshoff, Annette Elisabeth, Freiin 


_^. , Gesammelte Schriften. Bd. i, 2. Stuttgart. 

r iction \}^^^ ^1-77 

± iv^tiuil. Friedmann, Alfred. 

Gallier und Hellenin. Inez de Castro. Der 

Tn Fncrlich Alte von Nervi. Drei Novellen. Leipzig. 

ini!.ngiisn. ^^ 4896.50.388 

^"t^YJf?it?!l^n?T^^^^^^ fl^ir' "^DerkSnTonX^^^^ 

by Andrew Lang. N. Y., 1898. Illus. ^ „,«r^cir*»n T •iorJcr ri«nfti ..jw; en a«^ 


moresken. Leipzig. [1898.] 4896.50.387 

Blark William Pushkin, Alexander Sergievitch. 

Ditter sorrows. W. Y., 1090. *ls. 50*212 x ->:«-;«. r^,Q^Q^ aQ,^ ^^ ^^qq 

Carey, Rosa Nouchette. L«>P^>»- t^*»^J 4896.50.388 

Mollie's prince. Phila., 1899. 56.213 

Crockett, Samuel Rutherford. to • 1. 

The red axe. N^. Y., 1899. Pis. 56.214 In bpanish. 
Hall, Ruth. 

In the brave days of old. Boston, 1898. Pis. Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel de. 

77.115 £1 ingenioso hidalgo Don Quijote de La 

England, and later in the colony of New York. Mancha. Leipzig, 1882. 2 V. ♦*D.26oa.92 

Page, Thomas Nelson. 
Red Rock, a chronicle of reconstruction. 

N. Y., 1898. Pis. 67.240 A • • i^l 1 

Sienkiewicz, Henryk. ASSOCiatlOHS. ClUDS. 
Sieianka: a forest picture, and other stories. 
Trans, by J. Curtin. Boston, 1898. Pis. 

1107.28 Builders and traders exchange. Providence, 

Watson, John. (Ian Maclaren.) R. I. 

Afterwards and other stories. N. Y., 1898. Official directory of officers and members. 

56.216 Also list of architects in . . . Rhode 

We3rman, Stanley J. Island. Published by H. R. Chadsey. 

The Castle inn. N. Y. 1898. Pis. 56.2x5 Vol. 14. Providence, 1897. 94 pp. Illus. 

= 4389.631 

Colonial daughters of the seventeenth century,! 

In French. ^ Brooklyn, N. Y. ) 

Organization, constitution, by-laws, mem- 
Bourget, Paul. bcrship. Brooklyn, 1898. = ♦4410a. 140 

La Duchcsse Bleue. Paris, 1898. 6699.103 
Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel de. 
Rinconete et Cortaaillo. Nouvelle. Soixante- O -* J ' 1 A 1 

sept compositions par H. Atalaya. Tra- 1 eriOalCalS, /inilUalS. 

duction de Louis viardot Paris. [1898.] ▼ I 

r ^""S ' r:A ^ T u. ^^'5' Indexes. 

Coppec, Francois Edouard Joachim. 

La bonne souffrance. Paris, 18^. 2668.149 . 

Daudet, L^on A. "Dixie." A monthlv journal devoted to 

Germe et poussiere. Trois causeries. Paris, southern industrial interests. ^ 

1801. 6608 7 A Current numbers are kept in the Periodical room, 'j 

^^'^''^ but arc not preserved for binding. I 




United States. 

Conjn-ess. . 

Bill (S.5024.55) to promote the commerce 
and increase the foreign trade of the 
United States, and to provide auxiliary 
cruisers, transports, and seamen for Gov- 
ernment use when necessary. [Known as 
the Hanna subsidy bill.] Washington, 
1898. = 

List of important . . . documents published 
by Congress relating to interoceahic can- 
als, and especially to the maritime canal 
company of Nicaragua. Compiled bv 
James Marion Baker. Washington. 1808. 
9 pp. = *90io.386-i 

Senate Documents, Nos. 32-100. 1895-96. 
Vol. 3. Washington, 1895. = *C.3349 
Report of the Public Pnnter, 1895. Corthell, The 
Tenuantepec Route. Board of Irrigmtion, Prelimi- 
nary Report [with Bibliograph]r]. Agreement of 
Common Carriers to form a joint traffic associa- 
tion. Morton, Purchase and Distribution of Seeds. 

House Reports, Nos. 294-573. 1895^. Vol. 
2. Washington, 1895. = *C.3458 

Ship Canal from the Great Lakes to the Hudson 

Blockade. Southern Cuba and San Tuan, 
Puerto Rico. By the president of the 
United States [William McKinley]. A 
proclamation. Dated June 27, 1898. 
[Washington, 1898. Broadside. = 


Agriculture, Department of. 

Weather bureau. 

Iowa weather and crop service. Annual 

report, 1891, 92, 93, 95, 96, 97. Des Moines, 

1892-98. *955i.56777-i 

Bulletms of a like nature are received Irom all 
sections reporting to the Bureau. 

•Interior department. 

Report of the Secretary of the Interior, 1898. 
Washington, 1898. Maps. = *9353.3-i 

Bureau of education. 
Fifty years of freedom in Belgium, Educa- 
tion in Malta, Third International geop^ra- 
phical confess at Vienna in 1881, Illiter- 
acy and crime in France, School savings 
banks, [etc.]. Washington, 1881. = 


General land office. 
Rules and regulations governing forest 
reserves. Established . . . March ^, 1891. 
Issued June 30, 1807. Reissued Aug. 5, 
1898, with amendments. Washington, 
1898. = 3846.83 

Hermann, Binger. 
The Louisiana purchase and our title 

west of the Rocky Mountains, with a re- 
view of annexations by the United 
States. Washington, 1898. Portrs. 
Maps. = *9333.0078-i 

Rules and Regulations governing: Min- 
eral Leases, the Collection and Disburse- 
ment of Revenues, and the Supervision of 
Schools in the Indian Territory. Wash- 
ington, 1898. = 9976.6.1 
Geological survey. 

Extracts from the 19th annual report on 
the mineral resources of the United States, 
1897. Washington. 1898. = 9549-973 

Walcott, Charles Doolittle. 

Fossil medusx. Washington, 1898. = 

Namely: Oliphant, F. H. The Production of 
Natural Gas. Production of Petroleum. Produc- 
tion of Phosphate Rock. 

Water Supply and Irrig[ation. 
Darton, Nelson Horatio. 
Underground waters of a portion of 
southeastern Nebraska. Washington, 
1898. 56 pp. Illus. Pis. Maps. = 

Hutson, William Ferguson. 
Irrigation system in Texas. Washing- 
ton, 1898. 08 pp. Illus. Pis. = 


Hood, Ozni Porter. 

New tests of certain pumps and water 

lifts used in irrigation. Washington, 

i8sfi. 91 pp. Illus. = ♦3994.20.14 

Operations at river stations, 1807. A re- 
port of the division of hydro 
Washington, 1898. 200 pp. = 

♦3994.20.15, 16 

Labor department. 
Economic aspects of the liquor problem. 
Washington, 1898. 275 pp. ri2th An- 
nual report.] = ♦3576.36.12 
Navy department. 
Bureau of navigation. 
Drill regulations for infantry, artillery, and 
arm and away boats. United States navy. 
Prepared bv Chas. M. Thomas. Wash- 
nigton. iSgi, 5959a- 105 
Office of Naval Intelligjence. 
M tiller y Tejeiro, J[ose. 
Battles and Capitulation of Santiago de 
Cuba. 1898. = 3957.25 
Views of Admiral Cervera regarding the 
Spanish navy in the late war. 1898. = 


State department. 

The American passport; its history and a 

digest of laws, rulings, and regulations 

governing its issuance by the department 


of State. Complied by Gaillard Hunt. 
Washington. = *9J4X.5-I 

United States Consular Reports. Current 
daily issues. = 
Treasury department 

Annual report of the Treasurer of the United 
States, 1898. Washington, 1898. ^353.2-2 

Bureau of Navigation. 
Report of the Commissioner of Naviga- 
tion to the Secretary of the Treasury, 
1884-188. Washington, 1884-98. =^ 

Statement of the condition of the United 
States Treasury and the receipts and ex- 
penditures of the government Current 
daily issues. = 

Synopsis of decisions. Current weekly 
issues. = . . 

Coast and Geodetic Survey. 
Catalogue of charts, coast pilots and tide 
tables, 1897. [Corrected in ms. to Novem- 
ber 3, 1898.1 Washington, 1897. = 


Bureau of statistics. 
Summary of commerce and finance of the 
United States. November, 1898. = 
Commerce of the United States with 
European countries. 1790-1896. [Wash- 
ington, 1897.1 = *564oa.72 
Imports and exports of merchandise. 
1892-1807. [Washington, 1897.] ♦564oa.73 
The United States notes. 1878-1897. 
[Washington, 1898.] Chart. = *564oa.70 
War department. 

Reflations for the Army Transport Ser- 
vice. Washington, 1898. = 9355.1 

The military laws of the United States. 3d 
edition. Prepared ... by George B. Da- 
vis .. . Washington, i^. ♦C.24C.27 

Adjutant general's office. Military informa- 
tion division. 
Military map of the island of Cuba. 1897. 
N. Y., 1897. Size, 29^ X 90^ inches. 
Scale, 1:500000, or, 7.894- miles to i inch. 
. ^ *Map 129.4 

Engmeer department 
Survey of Connecticut river between Hart- 
ford, Conn., and Holyoke, Mass. Letter 
from the Secretary of war, transmitting 
. . . report of survey . . . fby Smith S. 
Leach, dated Nov. y, 1897] . Washing- 
ton, 1897. 6 maps. Folded chart. = 



Military reservations, national military 
parks, and national cemeteries. Title and 
lurisdiction. Prepared by James B. 
McCrellis. Washington, 1898. = *93S3.6- 

Signal service. 
Finley, John P. 
Charts of relative storm frequency for 
a portion of the Nortjiern hemisphere. 
Washington, 1884. Maps. = *596o.55.i4 

Separate States. 

Bureau of labor statistics. 
Annual report, 14th, 1898. 


Woodbridge, S. Homer. 
Schoolhouse warming and ventilation. 
Hartford, 1898. = *9697.— i 

Illinois. Secretary of state. 

List of state officers, judges of Supreme, 
Appellate and Circuit courts, members of 
Congress . . . and county officers. Com- 
piled by James A. Rose. Jan., 1898. 
Springfield, 1898. = 93539731- 

Chicago. City council. 
Report of special committee ... on the 
railway franchises and operations of the 
Chicago city railway co., the North Chi- 
cago city railway co., the North Chicago 
street railway co., the Chicago West divi- 
sion railway co. . . to Jan. i, 1898. Chi- 
cago, 1898, = ♦76soa.79 

Bureau of industrial and labor statistics. 
Annual report, ist-i2th, 1887-1898. Au- 
gusta, 1888-99. = *933i0974i-i 

Department of vital statistics. 
Annual report upon the births, marriages, 
divorces and deaths in the state, ist-5th, 
1892-1896. Augusta, 1894-98. = 


Centennial of the Bulfinch State House; 
exercises before the legislature January 
II, 1898. Boston. Portrs. *99i 7.446-1 

Report of the special committee appointed 
to investigate the relations between 
cities and towns and street railway com- 
panies. Feb., 1898. Boston, 1808. = 

Board of education. 

Course of studies for elementary schools. 

Revised edition. Boston, 1896. = 3595.187 
Bureau of statistics of labor. 

Labor bulletin. No. 1-7. Jan., 1897-July, 

1898. Boston, 1897, 98. = ♦3570a. 1 18 
State board of health. 

Epidemic cerebro-spinal meningitis and 

its relations to other forms of meningitis. 

A report. Boston, 1898. Diagrams. Map. 

= 3804,119 

Nevada. Secretary of state. 
Biennial report, 1895/96. Carson City, 1897. 

VT =, ^ *9353.994i- 

New Jersey. Geological survey. John C. 

Smock, state geologist. 
Relief map of New Jersey. 1896. C. C. Ver- 
meule, topographer. [Trenton, 1898.] 
Size, 42 Vie X 23 V* inches. Scale (com- 
puted), 4 miles to i inch. 

No. 15 in ♦Map 44.^ 

Accompanied by a "name-sheet." 

New Mexico. 
Message of governor William T. Thornton 
to the 32d legislative assembly. Jan. 18, 
1897. Santa Fe, N. M., i8p8. = 

No. 2 in ♦9328.7891- 

Published in both English and Spanish, in sep- 
arate volumes, which are shelved on the same 

Norwich, 1898. 


Rules in the Legislative house. 

1897. Santa Fe, 1897. = 
Council journal. Proceedings. 
Jan., 1897. Santa Fe, 1897. = 
New York, state. 
Regents of the university of 
New York. Examination 

32d session^ 
32d session , 
♦9328.7891- • 

the state ofi 


Annual report, 2d-5th, 1894-1897. Albany, 
1895-98. 4 v.bAbnnu 
1895-98. = ♦9379.747-1 

The I St report is included in the Kegents report, 
107. vol. 2, pp. 1335-1413 [6461. 1. 1893? J- 

North Dakota. 

Legislative manual. Containing the con- 
stitution . . . also, rules and standing 
committees of the fifth legislative assem- 
bly and historical, statistical and political 
information. Bismarck, 1897. = 

Commissioner of agriculture and labor. 
Biennial report to the governor for the 
two years ending June 30, 1890-1896, ist- 

4th. Bismarck, 1890-06. = ♦9630.9784-1 
No. I is for the period Nov. s, i88$hOct. 31, 1890. 
No. a is for the two years ending Oct. 31, 1893. 
No. 3 is for the period Nov. 5, 1892- June 30, 1894. 

Orejjon. Secretary of state. 
Biennial report ... for 1895 and 1896. Sa- 
lem, 1897. "^pasappsi- 

Officers, members and committees of the 
Senate of the Senate and House of dele- 
gates. Session 1897/8. Richmond, 1897. 
, 28 pp. 9328.7558- 

Report of the Secretary of state. * Period 
ending Sept. 30, 1896. Cheyenne, 1897. = 

The state of Wyoming. An official publica- 
tion containmg information concerning 
resources of the state. Compiled bv 
Charles W. Burdick. Cheyenne, 1898. 
Portr. Pis. Map on cover. = ♦991 7.87-1 
Report of the State board of equalization, 
1897. Cheyenne, 1898. = *9336.787- 


Argentine Republic. Direccion general de 

correos y telegrafos. 

Mapa de las comunicaciones postales y tele- 

graficas de la Republica Argentina y las 

de sus conexiones con los paises limitrofes. 

Confeccionado por . . . Don Pedro Lopez. 

Buenos Aires, 1898. = No. 5 in ♦Map 128.5 


Coghlan, Timothy Augustine. 
A statistical account of the seven colonies 
of Australasia, [1894], 1895-6, 1897-8. 
Sydney, i894-S)8. Maps. Diagrams. = 



Reports of the special committee on the 

Drummond county railway. Ottawa, 1898. 

= *7034.47 

D^artment of public works. 

Report of the Minister of public works on 

the works under his control for the year 

ended June 30, 1897. Ottawa, 1898. = 


Department of trade and commerce. 

special report on trade between Canada 

and the United States formse of the In- 

; , 49 

ternational commission, Quebec, August, 
185^. Ottawa. 1898. = ♦9382.71- 

Inland revenue department. 
Bulletin of the Laboratory. No. 1-59. 
1887-98. [Ottawa, 1887-98.J = ♦3973.150 

Insurance department. 
Report of the superintendent of insurance 
of the Dominion of Canada for the year 
. . . 1881-1897. Ottawa, 1882-98. = 


North-west mounted police. 
Report of the Commissioner. 1897. Ot- 
tawa, 1898. = *7034-4i 
Great Britain. 

Trade of the British empire and foreign 
competition. Despatch from Mr. Cham- 
berlain to the governors of colonies and 
the high commissioner of Cyprus and re- 
plies thereto. Presented . . . July, 1897. 
London, 1897. 599 pp. = ^9382.42 

Treaties contaming Guarantees or Engage- 
ments by Great Britain, in regard to the 
Territory or Government of other coun- 
tries. London, 1898. 

Diplomatic and Consular Reports. 9382.42.2 
Germany: Production and Export of 

Beer at Hamburg. M.S.485. 
Italy: Trade of Ancona, 1897. A.S.2195. 
Mexico: British export Trade, &c. 

Trade of Vera Cruz, 1807-98. A.S.2194. 
Belgium: Metallurgical Industries of Li- 
ege. 1897. M.S.484. 

Report on the trade of Yiinnan [China]. 

London. [1898. J *9362.si3'-l 

Mexico. Ministerio de fomento. Direccion 

general estadistica. Censo general de 

Censo del estado de Chihuahua. Mexico, 

1898. = ♦43ioa.227 

New Zealand. Minister of labour. 
The labour laws of New Zealand. 2d edi- 
tion. With appendix and supplements.] 
Wellington, ib^, = 3665.87 


Ambrozovics, Bela. 

Das verhaltniss zwischen preis und consum- 
tion beziehentlich production. Anhang: 
anwendung auf die zolltariffrage. Wien, 
1898. = No. 3 in 9330.-2 

Der gemeinwirthschaftliche nutzen der 
eisenbahnen und dessen berechnung. 
Wien. 1888. = No. i in 9330.-2 

Der ungarische eisenbahn-zonentarif und 
meine theorie. Wien, 1808. = 

No. 2 in 9330.-2 

Messung der wirthschaftliche kraft von land- 
ern. Das problem der quote. Wien, 1898. 
= No. 4 in 9330.-2 

Atkinson, Edward. 
The cost of a national crime. The hell of 
war and its penalties. Two treatises. 
Boston, 1898. = ♦9172.4-1 



Acta historica res gestas Poloniae illustrantia 
ab anno 1507 uscjue ad annum 1795. 
Tomus 1-9. Cracoviac, 187&-86. ♦3062. xoi 
Arctowski, H. 

Materyaly do bibliografii prac naukowych 
polskich. Zcstawienie tre^ci 14-*" tomow 
Pami^tnika fizyograficzncgo 1881-1896. 


Balucki, M. 
Pisma. Warszawa, i885-;9i- 6 v. 3065.136 

1. Byle wyz6j. Powiesc. 

2. Btyszcz^ce n^dze. Powiesc wsp6lczesna. 

3. Ostatnia stawka. Nowella. 

4. Sabina. Powiesc. 

5. O kawai ziemi. Powiesc. 

6. Zydowka. Powiesc z ostatnich lat. 
Biblia Swi^ta. Lipsk, 1846. 2 v. 3412.8 

Nowy . . . Testament. Przez X. 

Jakuba Wuyka przelozony. Lipsk, 1832. 

Borkowski, J. S. Dunin-, hrabia. 
Spis nazwisk szlachty polskiej. Lw6w, 1887. 

Brodzinski, K. 

Pisma. Poznan, 1872-74. 8 v. 3065.131 
Caine, T. H. Hall. 

Chrze^cijanin. Powiesc na tic stosunkow 
amerykanskich. Przekiad C. N. Wars- 
zawa, 1898. 3066.192 
Chodzko, A. 
Dokladny siownik polsko-angielski i angiel- 
sko-polski. Wydanie 2. Berlin, 1874. 2 v. 


Chodzko, I. «^ « 

Pisma. Wydanie nowe. Wilno, 1880, 81. 
3 V. 3065.138 

Czacki, T. 
O litewskich i polskich prawach, o ich 
duchu, zrodlacn, zwi^zku, i o rzeczach 
zawartych w pierwszym statucie dla Litwy, 
1529 roku wydanym. Wydanie Kazimierza 
Jozefa Turowskiego. Krakow, 1861. 


Berger, H. 

Latwa metoda gnintownego nauczenia si^ 
w krotkim czasie j^yka angielskiego . . . 
Wydanie wznowione. Warszawa, 1890. 

2489a. lOI 

Czajkowski, M. 
Pisma. Lipsk, 1863-75- " v. 3066.140 

I. Wemynora, wieszcz ukrainski. Powieid 
historyczna z roku 1768. Wydanie 4. 

2. Kirdzali, powiesc naddunajska. Wy- 
danie 2. 

3. Powieki kozackie i gaw^d:^. Wydanie 2. 

4. Owruczanin, powie§6 historyczna z 
1 81 2 roku. Wydanie 2. 

5. Stefan Czarniecki. PowieS6 historyczna. 
Wydanie 2. 

6. Hetman Ukrainy, powies6 historyczna. 
Wydanie 2. 

7. Koszowata i Ukrainki. Wydanie 2. 

8. Anna. Powiesc. 

9. Dziwne zycia polak6w i polek. 

10. Bufgarja. Powiesc slawianslo. 

11. Nemolaka. PowieS6 siawianska. 
Czarnecki, K. 

Siownik polsko-niemiecki. Krotoszyn, 1843. 
^ ♦3037.16 

Ducis, J. F. 

Abufar. Tragedya. (Brodzinski, Pisma, t 
2, str. 320-408. Poznan, 1872.) 3065.131.2 
Fredro, A., hrabia. 
Dzieia. Warszawa, 1880. 12 v. 3065.142 

1. Pan Geldhab; Cudzoziemczyzna; Damy 
i huzary; Zrz^dnoSc i przekora. 

2. M^z i zona; List: Nowy Don Kiszot; 
Pierwsza lepsza; Odludki i poeta. 

3. Przyjaciele; Gwahu, co si^ dzieje; Nikt 
mnie nie zna. 

4. Sluby panienskie; Pan Jowialski; No- 
cleg w Apeninach. 

5. Ciotunia; Zemsta; Dozywocie. 

6. Co tu klopotu; Dwie blizny; Koncert; 
Rymond; Obrona Olsztyna. 

7. Wielki cziowiek do malych interesow; 
Ozenid si^ nie mog^; Pan Benet; Lit» 
& comp. 

8. Wychowanka; Ostatnia wola; Jestenm 

9.* Godzien litoSci; Dylizans; Z jakim sic 
wdajesz, takim si^ stajesz. 

10. Rewolwer; Teraz; Swieczka zgasia; 

11. Trzy po trzy; Zapiski stanicha. \ 

12. Poezye; Nieszcz^Scia najszcz^liwsze£0 
m^za. J 

Fredro, J. A., hrabia. 

Komedye. Wydanie nowe. Warszawa, iSS% 

81. 4 V.' 3o66.iij||f 

I. Przed sniadaniem; Drzemka pana Pre ^ 

pera; Piosnka Wujaszka; roznaj ni^ 

pokochasz. ' : 


2. Posazna jedynaczka; Mentor; Consilium 

3. Obcc iywioly; Kalosze; Trzy domina. 

4. Wielkie bractwo; Ubogi czy bogaty? 
Pr6ba przedstawienia amatorskiego. 

Garczynski, S. 
Poczyc Lipsk, 1863. 3066.136 

Gaszynski, K. 
Pisma prozaiczne. Lipsk, 1874. 3066.134 
Poezje. Wydanie zupehie. Lipsk, 1868. 

Gawalewicz, M. 
Bluszcz. Historya maizenska. Warszawa, 

1895. 3066.162 

Cma. Materyaly do powielcL Wydanie 2. 

Warszawa, 18^3. 3066.154 

Cudak. Powieic. Warszawa, 1895. 3066.179 
Drugie pokolenie. Powiesc. Wydanie 2. 

Warszawa, 1893. 2 v. in i. 3066.163 

Dusze w odlocie. Z pami^tnikow miodego 

lekarza. Nowela. Wydanie 2. Warszawa, 

1807. 3066.172 

Mecnesy. Powiclc. Wydanie 2. Warszawa, 

1894. 3066.164 
Mgia. Powiesc. Warszawa, 1893. 3066.153 
Od jutra. Powiesc wspoiczesna, z papierow 

familijnych spisana. Warszawa, 1895. 

Szubrawcy. Powielc. Warszawa, 1896. 3 v. 


Z mego albumu. Zbi6r szkicow i obrazk6w. 

. Warszawa, 1892. 3066.181 

Zona. Gaierya szkicow z natury. Nowe 

wydanie. Warszawa, 1892. 3066.142 

Gorecki, A. 

Pisma. Wvdanie uprawnione E. L. Kaspro- 

wicza. Lipsk, 1886. 2 v. 3066.141 

Goszczynski, S. 

Dziehi. Nowe wydanie. Lipsk, 1870. 2 v. 


1. Powieici proz^: Oda: Straszny strzelecj 
Krol Zamczyska. roezje firyczne 1 
powiesci wicrszem pomniejsze. 

2. Sobotka; Zamek Kaniowski, powiesc; 
Anna z Nabrzeza, powiesc; Trzy struny. 

Cjrillparzer, F. 

Sato. Tragedya. (Brodzinski, Pisma, t 2, 
str. 461-559. Poznan, 1872.) 3065. 13 1.2 
(^^nidzmski, S. 

Pod szczesliw^ gwiazd^. PowieSc obycza- 

jowa. Warszawa, 1879. 30^6.182 

Poezye. Warszawa, i88j. 3066.156 

Swiat i pustynia. Powiesc. Warszawa, 1897. 

Zona artysty. Powiesc obyczajowa. Kra- 
^ k6w, 1891. 2 V. 3066.143 

^osick, F. 

Slowackim, Krasinskim i Mickiewiczu. 
Studia historyczno-literackie. Krak6w, 

1895. 3066.174 
Samotnosc. Krajobrazy i opowiadania. 

Krakow, 1895. 3066.161 

J ^iinosza, K. 

Buda na karczunku. PowieSc z zycia 

szlachty zagonowej. Warszawa, 1897. 

Czamebioto. (Paj^ki wiejskie.) Warszawa, 
-I895. 3066.145 

Ojciec Prokop. Kartka ze wspomnien. 

Warszawa, 1895. . 3066.167 

Paiaki. Obrazek z zycia Warszawskiego. 

Warszawa, 1^4. 3066.146 

Stracone szczcscie. Powieid. Warszawa. 

1896. 3066.148 



Synowie Pana Marcina. Powie^6 wiejska. 

Warszawa, 1896. ^066.183 

Willa pana regenta. (Obraz z zycia wiej- 

skiego.) Warszawa, 1895. 3066.175 

Kaczkowski, Z. 

Bajronista. Powiesc wsp6iczesna. Wilno, 

1857. 3 V. 3066.188 

Bracia slubni. Warszawa, 1875. 2 v. 

Gr6b Nieczui. Powiesc. Wilno, 1858. 4 v. 


Kato. Warszawa, 1875. 3065. 148. i 

Kobieta w Polsce. Studjum historyczno- 

obyczajowe. Z przedmow^ i uwagami 

Piotra Chmielowskiego. Petersburg, 1895. 

2 V. 3066.176 

Sodalis Marianus. T. i. Warszawa, 1875. 

Kalina, A. 
Artykuly Prawa Magdeburskiego, z r^ko- 
pismu okoio roku 1500. Krak6w, 1880. 

Historya j^zyka polskiego. T. i. Lw6w, 
1883. 503438 

Rozbior krytyczny pieini „Bogarodzica." 
Lwow, 1880. 306^.147 

Study j a nad historyj^ j^zyka buigarskiego. 
Krakow, 1891, 92. 2 v. S037.41 

Kalinka, W. 
Sejm czteroletni. Wydanie 4. Krakow, 
1895. 2 V. ^065.146 

Ustawa trzeciego maja. Usti^p z niewyda- 
nego trzeciego tomu i,Sejmu czterolet- 
niego." Krakow, 1896. 3066.190 

Kluczycki, F. 
Lauda Seimikow Ziemi Dobrzynskiej. Kra- 
k6w, 1887. ♦3062.101. 10 

Kochanowski, T. 
Wszystkie dziela Polskie. Lwow, 1882. 
2 V. 3066.128 

Kondratowicz, L. 
Wybor poezyj Ludwika Kondratowicza. 
(Wiadysiawa Syrokomli.) Wydanie nowe. 
Warszawa, 1890. 5 v. 3066.177 

Kosiakiewicz, W. 
Rodzina Latkowskich. [Powielc.] Warsza- 
wa, 1893. 3065.139 
Kotzebue, A. F. F. von. 
Wolny mularz. Komedya. (Brodzinski, 
Pisma, t 2, str. 409-443. Poznan, 1872.) 

Kozlowski, K. 
Album wojska polskiego z 1831 roku. 
Wydanie 2. Poznan, 1887. ♦39Soa.ii2 

Kozmian, S. 
Pisma wierszem i proz^. Poznan, 1870, 72. 
2 V. 3065.132 

Krasinski, N. A. Z., hrabia. 
Poezje. Lipsk, 1883. 3 v. 3066.139 

1. Wst^p E. L. Kasprowicza; Agaj-Han, 
powiesc historyczna; Nie Boska, kome- 
dja; Noc letnia; Pokusa. 

2. Irydion; Trzy m^sli. 

3. Psalmy przyslosci; Przedlwit; Dzien 
dzisiejszy; Ostatni; Resurrecturis; Nie- 
dokonczony poemat: Uiamek nailadow- 
any z glozy swi^tej Teressy. 

Krechowiecki, A. 
Szary wilk. Powie^d. Warszawa, 1892. 

Lam, J. 
Dziela. Lw6w, 1885. S v. .3066.165 

I. Wielki Iwiat Capowic; Koroniarz w 


2. IdealiSci. 

3. Dziwne karyery. 

4. 5. Giowy do pozloty. 

Wiclki swiat Capowic. rowte^d spolczesna. 

Wydante 3. Krakow, 1881. 3066.147 

Linde, S. B. 

Slownik j^zyka polskiego . . . Wydanie 2. 

Lw6w, 1854-60. 6 V. *303i.6 

1. Przcdmowa. Z)rwot S. B. L. . . . Wst^ 
do slowntka polskiego . . . Prawidia 
etymologii. Poczct pism polskich . . . 

2. G-L. 

3. M-O. 

4. P. 

5. R-T. 

6. U-Z. 
Mackay, Minnie. 

Ksi^zna Ziska (z tajemnic byiu pozagrobo- 
wego). Przez Mary^ Corelfi [pseud.] 
przekiad C. Niewiadomskiej. Warszawa, 
1897. 3066.166 

Morderca. Powie^c. Marya Corelli [pseud.]. 
W przekladzie C. N. Warszawa, 1897. 

2579a. 1 54 

Malecki, A. 

Gramalyka historyczno-por6wnawcza j^zyka 

polskiego. Lwow, 18/9. 2 v. 5034.39 

Gramatyka j^zyka polskiego. Wydanie 8. 

Lwow, 1 891. 503437 

Z przeszlo^ci dziejowej. Pomniejsze pisma. 

Krakow, 1897. 2 v. 3065.143 

Mickiewicz, A. 

Pisma. Nowe wydanie zupeine. Lipsk, 

1862-94. 6 V. 3066.131 

1. Ballady i romanse; Sonety; Powiastki 
i bajki. Wiersze rozne. 

2. Wiersze rozne; Giaur. (Z Lorda By- 
rona); Grazyna, powiesc litewska; Kon- 
rad Wallenrod. Powiesc historyczna. 
(Z dziejow litewskich i pruskicli.); 
Zdania i uwagi z dziel Jakoba Boehme, 
Aniola Szl^zaka i Saint-Martina. 

3. Dziady; Ust^p (Petersburg). 

4. Pan Tadeusz. 

5. Artykuly liierackie; Artykuly politycz- 
ne; Ksi^gi narodu polskiego i piel- 
grzymstwa polskiego; Korespondencya. 

6. Pierwsze wieki historji polskiej; Zywila. 
Powiastka z dziejow litewskich; Hym- 
ny: Najswi^tszej Panny i Chrystusa 
Pana; Elekcja Nerwyj Do przyjaciol 
galicyjskich; Mysli moje o sejmie pol- 
skim; Nekrolog Stefana Garczynskiego; 
Projekt obrony; Przemowa; Tloma- 

Morawski, F. D. 
Pisma zbiorowe wierszem i proz^. Z 
przedmov^ St. Hr. Tarnowskiego. Poz- 
nan, 1882. 4 v. 3065.137 

Mrongovius, C. C. 
Dokiadny slownik polsko-niemiecki. Kon- 
igsberg, 1835. ♦B.4121.1 

Norwid, C. K. 
Poezye. i. wydanie zbiorowe. Lipsk, 1863. 


Odyniec, A. E. 

Barbara RadziwiH6wna, czyli pocz^tek pano- 

wania Zygmunta-Augusta. Poema drama- 

tyczne. Wilno, 1858. 3068.147 

Listy z podrozy. Warszawa, 1878-85. 4 v. 



I, 2. Z Warszawy do Rzymu. 
3. Z Rzymu. 

^ Z Neapolu do Genewy. 
Tiomaczenia. Wydanie 2. Warszawa, 1874. 
4 V. 3066.129 

1. Dziewica z jeziora. Poema Waltera 

2. Piesn ostatniego minstrela. poema Wal- 
tera Skotta; Ballady i basnie. 

3. Korsarz, powiesc Lorda Byrona; Na- 
rzeczona z Abydos, powie^d turecka 
Lorda Byrona; Mazeppa, powieid Lorda 
Byrona: Niebo i Ziemia, drama liryczne 
Lorda Bjrrona. 

4. Czciciele Ognia, powteSc wschodnia 
Tomasza Moora; Peri i raj, powie^ 
wschodnia Tomasza Moora; Dziewica 
Orleanska, tragedya romantyczna Szyl- 

Wspomnienia z przeszio^i. Opowiadane 

Dcotymie. Warszawa, 1884. 3066.185 

Olechnowicz, W. 

Charakterystyka antropologiczna szlachty 

drobnej gminy Grabowo w powiecie 

szczuczynskim, gubemii iomzyfisldej. 

Krakow, 1894. 38:^.110 

Poszukiwania archeologiczne w gub. lubel- 

skiej. Krak6w, 1897. 2233.66 

Orzeszkowa, E. 

Tanie zbiorowe wydanie powie^ci. Warzawa, 

1884-96. 47 V. 3065.135 

1. Ostatnia milo^c. PowieSd. 

2. Z zycia realisty. Obrazek. 

3. W klatce. Powtesd. 

A, 5. Na prowincyi. Powield 

0-9. Pami^tnik Waclawy ze wspomnien 

mlodej panny uiozony. Powiesc. 
10-12. Pan Graba. PowieSd. 

13. Cnotliwi. Powtesd. 

14. Wesola teorya i smutna praktyka. 

15-18. Na dnie sumtenia. Powieid. 

19. Marta. Powiesc. 

20-22. Eli Makower. Powiel6. 

23, 2A, Rodzina Brochwicz6w. Powieid. 

25, 20. Pompalinscy. Powie^d. 

27. Marya. Powiesd. 

28, 2p. Meir Ezofowicz. Powic56. 
30. Sylwek Cmentarnik. Powieic. 
31-35. Z roznych sfer. Nowellc i obrazki. 

36. Zy^munt Lawicz i jego koledzy. 

37. Powie^ci wiejskie. Niziny. 

38. Powiesci wiejskie. Dziurdziowie. 

39. Drobiazgi. 

40. Stare obrazki. 

41. O kobiecie. 

42. Kilka slow o kobietach. 

43. Patryotyzm i kosmopolityzm, studjrnm 

44. Powiesci wiejskie. Cham. 
45-47. Nad Niemnem. Powiesc. 

Melancholicy. Nowele. Warszawa, 18961 
2 V. 3066.144 

Piein przerwana. Warszawa, 1896. 3066.171 
Osinski, L. 

Dziela. Warszawa, 1861. 4 v. 3065.133 

Ossowskt, G. 

Prusy krolewskie. Krak6w, 1879-85. 


Ostatnie lata Witolda. Studyum z dzi^|iar 
intrygi dyplomatycznej. Warszawa, 



Szkice historycznc z xv wieku. Krak<Sw, 

1884. 3066.159 

Ravnouard, F. J. M. 

Templaryusze. Tragedya. (Brodzinski, 

Pisma, t 2, str. 233-327. Poznan, 1872.) 

W^j^tek z tragedy! Marya Sztuart. (Brod- 
zinski, Pisma, t. 2, str. 445-459. Poznan, 
1872.) 3065.131.2 

Siemienski, L. 
Dziehu Warszawa, 1881, 82. 10 v. 3065.134 

1. Varia z literatury, history i, archeologii 
i przyrody. 

2. varia; Roztrz^sania i pogl^dy literackie. 

r5. Portrcty literackie. 
Muzament; Wieczomice. 

7. Wieczornice. 

8. "Wieczomice; Mozaika; Brodzinski; 

9. Poezyc. 

10. Odysseja. 
Sienkiewicz, H. 

Pisma. T. 1-29. Warszawa, 1886-97. 


1. Stary shiga; Szkice w^glem; Janko 
muzykant; Hania. Wydajiie 5. 

2. Listj; z podrozy [po Ameryce]. Wy- 
danie 5. 

3. Listy z podr6zy po Ameryce (dokon- 
czenie); Listy z Rzymu; Wenecyi i 
Paryza; Komedya z pomylek. Wy- 
danie 5. 

4. Przez stepy; Orso; Z pami^tnika poz- 
nanskiego nauczyciela; Czyja wina? 
Za chlebem. Wydanie 4. 

5. Latarnik; Niewola tatarska; Jamioi; 
Na jedn^ kart^; Bartek zwyci^zca. 
Wydanie 3. 

6-9. Ogniem i mieczem. PowieSc z lat 
dawnych. Wydanie j. 

10-15. Potop. rowiesc historyczna. Wy- 
danie 2. 

16-18. Pan Wolodyjowski. Powiesc his- 
toryczna. Wydanie 5. 

19. Ta trzecia; Sachem; Sielanka; Wspom- 
nienia z Maripozy; Z puszczy Bialowie- 
skiej; Wycieczka do Aten. Wydanie 2. 

20. Wyrok Zeusa; Z wrazen wloskich; 
Organista z Ponikiy; U zrodla; Lux in 
tenebris lucet; Badz blogoslawiona! 
Pojdzmy za nimi; Listy o Zoli. Wy- 
danie 2. 

21-23. Bez dogmatu. Powiesc. Wydanie 

24-26. Rodzina Polanieckich. Powiesc. 

Wydanie 2. 
^-29. Quo vadis. Powiesc z czasow Ne- 
rona. Wydanie 2. 
Skarbek, F., hrabia. 
Dzieje Xi^stwa Warszawskiego. Poznan, 
i860. 2 V. 3065.128 

Siowacki, J. 
Pisma. Lipsk, 1862-94. 4 v. 3066.138 

1. Powiesci poetyczne; Mindowe, krol 
Litewski, obraz historyczny; Marja 
Stuart, dramat historyczny; Lambro, 
powstanca grecki, powiesc poetyczna; 
Poezje ulotne. 

2. Kordjan; Anhelli; Ojciec zadzumionich 
w EI-Arisch; W Szwajcarji; Waclaw; 
Poema piasta Dantyszka, herbu Leliwa, 
O piekle; Mazeppa, tragiedja. 




3. Balladya, tragedja; Lilla Weneda; 
Wiersze; Beniowki. 

4. Beniowski; Ksi^dz Marek: Sen srebmy 
Salomei; Ksi^z^ niezlomny; Krol-Duch; 
Do autora trzech psalmow. 

Slownik, Nowy, kieszonkowy polsko-niemie- 
cko-francuzki. Nowe wydanie. Wroclaw, 
1834. ♦B.4119.1 

Smolka, S. 
Szkice historyczne. Serya i, 2. Warszawa, 
1882. 83. 3065.145 

1. Niepoprawny rod; Witofd pod Griin- 
waldem; Dlugosz; Unia z Czechami; 
Slowo o historyi. 

2. Gniazdo T^czynskich; Po bitwie mo- 
hackiej; Czarny I wan; Spor z koscio- 
lem; Marya Stuart. Winna czy nie 

Wycieczka do W^gier. ' Lwow, 1882. 

Stevenson, Robert Louis. 
Przygody Ksi^cia Ottona. Przeklad z an- 
gielskiego C. N. Warszawa, 1897. 


Stowe, Harriet Beecher. 

Chata wuja Tomasza. Nowe wydanie. 

Warszawa, 1877. 2394.66 

Chata wuja Tomasza. Przetlumaczyl Fran- 

ciszek Dydacki. Lwow, 1853. 2 v. 

Szajnocha, C. 

Dzieia. Szkice historyczne. 
1876. 2 V. 
Szymanski, A. 
Szkice. Petersburg, 1890. 2 v. . _ . . 

1. Srul z Lubartowa: Pan J^drzej Kraw- 
czykowski; Maciej Mazur; Stolarz Kow- 
alski ; Przewoznik. 

2. Hanusia; Dwie modlitwy. 
Ujejski, K. 

Poezje. Nowe wydanie z wyboru autora. 

Lipsk, 1894. 2 V. 3066.132 

Waliszewski, K. 

Archiwum spraw zagranicznych francuskie 

do dziejow Jana Trzeciego. Krakow, 

1879-84. 3 V. *3o62.ioi.3,5»7 

1. Lata od 1674 do 1677. 

2. 1 677-1 679. 

3. 1 680-1 683. 
Wiland, W. Swi^czyc-. 

Czarny porucznik. Powiesc. Warszawa, 
1897. 3065.129 

Wiszniewskij M. 
Historya literatury polskiej. Krakow, 1840- 

57. 9 V. 3064.13 

Zacharjasiewicz, J. 
Chleb. Powiesc wspolczesna. Petersburg, 

1895. 3066.151 

Jarema; Slub mimo woli; Wierutna bajka. 

Wydanie nowe. Warszawa, 1888. 3066.155 
Jedna Krew. Pomylka serca. Lwow, 1883. 

Marcyan Kordysz. Powiesc. Wydanie 

nowe. Warszawa, 1888. 3066.152 

Na Kresach. Powiesc z naszych czasow, 

w trzech cz^sciach. Wydanie nowe. 

Warszawa, 1888. 3065.141 

Nemezys. Wydanie nowe. Warszawa, 188(5. 

Orion i Chrvzantema, czyli, Romans w xx 

wteKu. Warszawa, 1895. 3066.160 

Porwanic Sabina. Powiesc z naszych 

czasow. Wydanie nowe. Warszawa. 1887: 



Teorya Pana Filipa. Obrazek. Lw6w, 1881. 


Wiktorya Regina. Ze wspomnien narze- 

czon^j. Wydanie nowe. Warszawa, 1881. 


Zakryte karty. Powieid W8p6kzesna. 

Lw6w, 1874. 3 V. 3066.168 

Zakrzewski, A. 

Ludnosc miasta Warszawy przyczynek do 

charakterystyki fizycznej. Krak6w, 1895. 


Wzrost w kr6]estwie Polskiem. Przyczynek 

do charakterystyki fizycznej Po]ak6w. 

Krakow, 1891. 3822.12^ 

Z Puszcz]^ zielonej. Materyjaly do etnogrrafii 

Polskiej. (Wisfa, torn i. Warszawa, 

1887.) 3822.136 

Zaleski, J. B. 

Pisma. Wydanie zbiorowe przejrzane przez 

autora. Lwow, 1877. 4 v. 3006.130 

Zebrzydowski, A. 

Andrzeja na Wi^cborku Zebrzydowskiego 


biskupa wlodawskiego i knkowskiego 
korespondencyja z lat 15^1553, z prrr- 
daniem Synodow r. 1547 1 1551, jako te'z 
innych dokument6w wsp61czesnych wy- 
dana przez Dra Wladysiawa Wis^ockiego. 
Krakow, 187a *3o62.ioi.i 

Zielinski, G. 
Kirgiz. Powieid. Lw6w. [1850.] 3069.170 

Peryodyczne Spisania. 

Biez^ce numery trzyniaj% si^ w Periodical 


Ateneum. Pismo naukowe i literackie. Tom 

85- Warszawa, 1897- 

Periodical Room 774; *7267.30 
Tygodnik illustrowany. 1897- Warszawa, 

1897- Periodical Room 1681; ^7400.15 






Jst was compiled for use in connection with the Central Course 
e Free Municipal Lectures, delivered in the Old Public Library 
1 January 12, 19, 26 and February 3. It contains the titles of a 
addresses, and articles in current magazines and newspapers on 
of territorial expansion, which are to be found in the Boston 

litional material consult the Reference Attendant at the Bates Hall Desk; also 
ilogue under the headings Philippine islands, Cuba, Porto Rico, and Hawaiian 

VND Magazine Articles. 

es Francis. 

n" and "The tracks of our fore- 
Boston, 1899. 

Shelf-number 4228.72 

Letter to Hon..Carl.Schurz. 

of the ways. (In International 
Ethics, Oct., 1898.) 
empire. (In Spectator, Dec. 3, 

ate on expansion. (In Spectator, 



■ a national crime. The hell of 

ts penalties. Boston, 1898. 

;on E. 
in our possessions. (In Inde- 

Dct. 6, 1898.) 


in assimilating Hawaii. (In 

lerican Review, Oct., 1898.) 
Drge S. 

nd imperialism. Washing^ton, 


■ton Evcnin«: Transcript, Nov. j, i8q8. 

iment of newly acquired terri- 
i Atlantic Monthly. Dec, 1898.) 

Joseph C. 
l1 folly and its victims. (In North 

Review. Oct., 1898.) 
aymond L. 

ation problem. (In New Eng- 
azine, Sept., 1898.) 

Briggs, Edmund. 
The open door, and the constitution. (In 
Catholic World, Jan., 1899.) 
Bryce, James. 
Some thoughts on the policy of the United 
States. (In Harper's Magazine, Sept., 
Cabot, Godfrey L, 
Hawaiian annexation. Boston, 1897. 

3049a. 1 75 
Carlisle, John G. 
Our future policy. (In Harper's Magazine, 
Oct., 1898.) 
Carnegie, Andrew. 
Americanism vs. imperialism. (In North 
American Review, Jan., 1899.) 
Chamberlain, Joseph. 
Recent developments of policy in the United 
States and their relation to an Anglo- 
American alliance. (In Scribner's Maga- 
zine. Dec, 1898.) 
Clowes, William L. 
American expansion and the inheritance of 
the race. (In Fortnightly Review, Dec, 
Collier. James. 
Evolution of colonies. (In Popular Science 
Monthly, Nov.. 1898.) 
Colquhoun, Archibald R. 
Eastward expansion of the United States. 
(In Harper's Magazine, Nov., 1898.) 
Conant, Charles A. 
The economic aspect of imperialism. Tin 
North American Review, Sept., 1898.) 
Denby, Charles. 
The doctrine of intervention. (In Forum, 
Dec, 1898.) 



Our relations with the far east. (In Mun- 

sey*s Magazine, Jan., 1899.) 
Shall we keep the Philippines? (In Forum, 
Nov.. 1898.) 
Dicey, Edward. 
New American imperialism. (In Nineteenth 
Century Magazine, Sept., 1898.) 
Dilke, Sir Charles W., and others. 
The problem of the Philippines. (In North 
American Review, Sept., 1898.) 
Duffield. J. Davis. 
Address at the Foreign policy conference 
held at Saratoga, August 19, 1898. Phila., 
1898. 442oa.82 

Faraday, Ethel R. 
Some economic aspects of the imperial idea. 
(In Fortnightly Review, Dec, 1898.) 
Fenollosa, Ernest F. 
The coming fusion of east and west. (In 
Harper's Magazine, Dec, 1898.) 
Fisher, Horace N. 
Development of our foreign policy. (In 
Atlantic Monthly, Oct., 1898.) 
Foster, Burnside. 
Leprosy and the Hawaiian annexation. (In 
North American Review, Sept., 1898.) 
Giddings. Franklin H. 
Imperialism? (In Political Science Quar- 
terly. Dec. 1898.) 
Greene. Jacob L. 
Letter to Rev. Francis G. Peabody. Hart- 
ford. May II, 1898. 442oa.79 
Hart, Albert B. 
Brother Jonathan's colonies. (In Harper's 

Magazine. Jan.. 1899.) 
The United States as a world power. (In 
Harper*s Magazine, Feb., 1899.) 
Hazeltine. Mayo W. 
What shall be done about the Philippines? 
(In North American Review, Oct., 1898.) 
Hoar, George F. 
No constitutional power to conquer foreig^n 
nations and hold their people in subjec- 
tion against their will. Speech in the 
Senate, Jan. 9, 1899. Washington, 1899. 

Imperialism, true and false. (In Yale Review, 

Aug.. 1898.) 
Jordan. David S. 
Colonial lessons of Alaska. (In Atlantic 

Monthly, Nov., 1898.) 
Imperial democracy. Boston. 18^. [Women's 
educational and industrial union. Leaflet 
8.] 4228.74 

From the New World, Dec, i8q8. 

"Lest we forget." An address. Palo Alto, 
1898. • 442oa.77 

Judson. Harry P. 
Our federal constitution and the govern- 
ment of tropical territory. (In Review of 
Reviews, Jan., 1899.) 
Judson, Thomas J. 

Evolution and the Spanish-American war. 
(In National Magazine, Feb., 1899.) 
Kidd, Benjamin. 
The control of the tropics. N. Y.. 1898. 

The United States and the control of the 
tropics. (In Atlantic Monthly, Dec, 

Lodge, Henry Cabot 
Meaning of the American revolution. (In 
Scribner*s Magazine, Dec, 1898.) 
Lowell, A. Lawrence. 
The colonial expansion of the United States. 
(In Atlantic monthly, Feb., 1899.) 
MacDonald, William. 
Dangers of imperialism. (In Forum, Oct, 

Imperialism vs. the constitution. (In Na- 
tion. Jan. 12. 1899.) 
McMaster, John B. 
Annexation and universal suffrage. (In 
Forum, Dec, 1898.) 
Mahan. Alifred T. 
Relation of the United States to her new 
dependencies. (In Engineering Maga- 
zine. Jan., 1899.) 
Olney, Richard. 
International isolation. (In Atlantic Month- 
ly. May. 1898.) 
Powers. Fred Perry. 
The United States as a colonial power. (In 
Lippincott's Magazine, Aug., 1898.) 
Powers. Harry H. 
The war as a suggestion of manifest des- 
tiny. Phila.. i^. fAmerican academy 
of political and social science. Publica- 
tions. No. 235.] 442oa.8i 
Proctor, John R. 
Isolation or imperialism. (In Fomm, Sept, 
Reid, Whitelaw. 
The territory with which wc are threatened. 
(In Century Magazine, Sept, 1898.) 
Report of the Hawaiian commission, ap- 
pointed in pursuance of the "Joint resolu- 
tion to provide for annexing the Hawaiian 
Islands to the United States." Approved 
July 7, 1898. Washington, 1898. 

Ridpath, John C. 
The republic and the empire. (In Arena, 
Sept., 1898.) 
Schurz Carl. 
Imperialism. (In Century Magazine, Sept, 
Sumner, William G. 
The conquest of the United States by Spain. 
(In Yale Alumni Weekly, Jan. 19, 1899.) 
Taylor. Hannis. 

Pending problems in the light of history. 
(In North American Review, Nov., 1898.) 
Teller. Henry M. 
Acquisition and disposition of territory. 
Speech in the Senate. Dec. 20, 1898. 


Thurston, Lorin A. 
A handbook on the annexation of Hawaii 
St. Joseph, Mich., 1897. 3049^IJS 

Vest. George G. 
Objections to annexing the Philippines. (In 
North American Review, Jan., 1899.) 
Whitfield, A. H. 
The Philippines. Should they be annexed? 
(In Cosmopolitan, Jan., 1899.) 
Woolsey. Theodore S. 
America's foreign policy. N. Y., 1898. 


The daily course of debate in Congress can be< fal- 
lowed in the Congrressional Record, to be found ixltlil 
lical Room of the Boston Public Library. f 




Newspaper Clippings 


Abbott, Lyman. 

Lecture in the Free municipal lecture 
course in Boston. (In Boston Journal, 
Jan. 20, 1899.) 
Adams, Charles K. 

Address at the University of Indiana. (In 
Washington Star, Jan. 21, 1899.) 
Agoncillo, Felipe. 

Argument at Washington. (In Chicago 
Tribune, Jan. 16, 1899.) 
Anti-Imperialist league. 

Petition to be presented to Congress. (In 
Boston Daily Advertiser, Dec. 8, 1898.) 
Baldwin, Simeon E. 
Views given before the American historical 
association. (In Boston Herald, Dec. 30.) 
Barrett, John. 

Address before the Shanghai Chamber of 
Commerce. (In New York Tribune, 
Jan. 17.) 
Barrows, Samuel J. 

Statement. (In Boston Herald, Jan. 16.) 
Bcrle, Adolph A. 
Address to the Ancient and honorable artil- 
lery company. (In Boston Evening Tran- 
script. Dec. 29.) 
Bigelow, Poultney. 

Statement. (In Boston Evening Tran- 
script, Jan. 20.) 
Boutelle. Charles A. 

SDeech before the Boston Merchants' club. 
(In Boston Herald, Jan. 4.) 
Boutwell, George S. 

Speech before the Congregational club. 
Boston, Dec. 27. (In Boston Daily Ad- 
vertiser. Dec. 28.) 
Speech in Academy ball, Salem. (In Bos- 
ton Globe, Jan. 10.) 
Bnran, William J. 

Speech at Jackson day banquet. Cincin- 
nati, O. (In New York World, Jan. 7.) 
Speech at Lincoln, Neb. (In New York 

Herald, Dec. 24.) 
Speech at Savannah, Ga. (In Springfield 

Daily Republican, Dec. 14.) 
Speech at Springfield, 111. (In Boston 

Evening Transcript, Jan. 5.) 
Speech before Chicago club. (In Boston 

Journal, Dec. 21.) 
Speech in Denver. (In Boston Herald, 
Jan. 18.) 
Capen. Elmer H. 

Speech at the dinner of the Boston Congre- 
gational club. (In Boston Evening Tran- 
script, Dec. 28.) 
Chamberlain, Daniel H. 

Address to Quaboag historical society of 
Warren. (In Boston Herald, Dec. 7.) 
Clark, Francis E. 

Discussion. (In Boston Globe, Jan. 19.) 
Collins. Patrick A. 
Speech at banquet of Younj? Men's Demo- 
cratic club. (In Springfield Daily Re- 
Cortez. John Maximo. 
Statement favoring annexation. (In Chi- 
cago Tribune, Dec 11.) 


Croker, Richard. 
Statement sent to the New York Journal. 

(In New York Tribune, Jan. 7.) 
Open letter. (In New York World, Jan. 7.) 
Dawes, Henry L. 
Shall the treaty be ratified? Letter to the 
Congregationalist, Jan. 5. 
De Armond, David. 
Speech before the Boston Merchants' club, 
(fn Boston Herald, Jan. 4.) 
Edmunds, Ge rp-e F. * 
Statement regarding the expansion ques- 
tion. (In Boston Herald, Jan. 9.) 
Foraker, Joseph B. 
Reply to Turner, in the Senate. (In Chicago 

Tribune, Jan. 19.)- 
Speech in the Senate. (In Boston Globe, 
and Boston Journal, Jan. 12.) 
Foulke. William D. 
Reply to Frank Drew on the weakness of 
the anti-expansion arguments. (In Chi- 
cago Tribune, Dec. 15.) 
Fox, Austen G. 
Speech before the Continental League, New 
York. (In New York Evening Post, Jan. 
Garrison, William Lloyd. 
Speech to Woman's suffrage club. (In Bos- 
ton Herald, Dec. 14.) 
Gray, George. 
Speech at Wilmington. (In Chicago Trib- 
une, Jan. 15.) 
Hale, Eu§:ene. 
Resolutions presented in the Senate. (In 
Boston Daily Advertiser, Dec. 12.) 
Hamlin, Charles S. 
Speech before the Young Men's Democratic 
club. (In Boston Daily Advertiser, 
Dec. 20.) 
Harlan', John M. 
Speech before the Men's club of the New 
York Avenue Presbyterian Church. (In 
Boston Journal, Jan. 12.) 
Hart, Albert B. 
Lecture in the Free municipal lecture 
course in Boston. (In Boston Journal, 
Jan. 13.) 
Haskell. Edwin B. 
Speech at dinner of Reform club. (In Bos- 
ton Daily Transcript, Dec. 5.) 
Higginson, Thomas W. 
Address in the Parker memorial lecture 
course. CIn Boston Journal, Dec. 23.) 
Hoar, George F. 
Letter to the Boston Merchants' club. (In 

Boston Herald, Jan. 4.) 
Resolution in the Senate. (In Springfield 

Republican, Jan. 15.) 
Resolutions presented in the Senate. (In 

Boston Evening Transcript. Dec. 12.) 
Speech before the New Encrland society at 
Charleston, S. C. (In Boston Journal. 
Dec. 23.) 
Speech in the Senate. Jan. 9. (In Boston 
Journal. Jan. 10.) 
Hykes. John R. 
Report to the American Bible society. (In 
Boston Herald. Tan. 16.) 

Also in Providence Journal, Jan. x6. 
Janes. Lewis G. 

Lecture before the Cambridge conference. 
(In Boston Evening Transcript, Dec. 12.) 



Knowlton, Rosea M. 
Speech before the Boston Merchants' club. 
(In Boston Herald, Jan. 4.) 
Lodge, Henry Cabot. 
Speech in the Senate. (In Boston Herald, 
Jan. 25.) 
McKinley, William. 
Address to the public in the Auditorium in 
Piedmont park. (In Boston Journal, 
Dec. 15.) 
McLaurin, John L. • 

Address before the Senate. (In Boston 
Evening Transcript, Jan. 13.) 
McMaster, John B. 
Views on expansion. (In Boston Herald, 
Dec. II.) 
Mahan, Alfred T. 
Address before the New York chapter of 
the Colonial Order. (In New York 
World. Dec. i.) 
Mason. William E. 
Speech in the Senate. (In New York 
Times. Jan. 11, and Washington Post, 
Jan. II.) 
Meiklejohn, George D., Asst. Sec. of War. 

Our mission. (In Boston Journal, Jan. 22.) 
Nelson, Knute. 
Speech in the Senate. (In Boston Herald, 
Jan. 21.) 
Perkins, George C. 
Speech before the Merchants' club, Boston. 
(In Boston Herald, Jan. 4.) 
Piatt, Orville H. 
Address to the Senate. (In Boston Journal, 
Dec. 20.) 
Quincy. Josiah. 

Speech at Young Men's Democratic club. 
Rainsford, William S. 
Sermon at St. George's church. (In New 
York Tribune, Dec. 5.) 
Raymond, Andrew V. V. 

(In Boston Daily Advertiser. Dec. 20.) 
Talk to students of Union university. (In 
New York Sun, Jan. 16.) 
Roosevelt, Theodore. 
Speech at a dinner of the New England so- 
ciety of Brooklyn. 
Schurz. Carl. 
Address at Chicago university. (In Boston 
Evening Transcript, Jan. 4, 5, 6, 7.) 
Sherman, John. 
Letter. (In New York Worid, Dec. 8.) 
Letter to Anti-Imperialist league. (In Bos- 
ton Herald, Dec. 8.) 
Smith, Emory. 
Address before the Contemporary club. 
(In Washington Post, Jan. 11.) 
Taylor, Charles H. 
Address at the Auditorium Annex, Chicago. 
(In Boston Evening Transcript, Jan 17.) 
Teller, Henry M. 
Address to the Senate. (In Boston Journal, 
Dec. 21.) 


Thurston, John M. 
Statement favoring expansion. (In Chicago 
Tribune, Dec. 27.) 
Turner, George F. 
Address to the Senate. (In Boston Jour- 
nal, Jan. 19.) 
Vest, George G. 
Resolution in the Senate. (In Boston Daily 

Advertiser. Dec. 7.) 
Speech in the Senate. (In Boston Herald, 
Dec. 13.) 
Watterson, Henry. 
Speech before the Patria club. (In Boston 
Daily Globe, Dec. la) 
White. Stephen M. 
Address to the Senate. (In Boston Herald* 
Jan. 24.) 
Whittier, Charles A. 
Letter to Boston Merchants' club. (In Bos- 
ton Herald, Jan. 4.) 

The Views and Experiences op otbei 

Countries may be found in the 

Following Works. 

Besant, Sir Walter. 
The rise of an empire. London, 1897. 

Dilke. Sir Charles W. 
Problems of Greater Britain. London, 189a 

Donnet, Gaston. 
The French colonial craze. (In Fortnightly 
Review, Dec, 1898.) 
Egenon, Hugh E. 
A short history of British colonial policy. 
London, 1897. 45ISI34 

Froude, James A. 
Oceana, or England and her colonies. Loo* 
don, 1886. 2412.71; 2412.72 

Ireland, W. Alleyne. 
European experience with tropical colonies. 
(Atlantic Monthly, Dec., 1898.) 
Leroy-Beaulieu, Paul Pierre. 
De la colonisation chez les peuples mo- 
dernes. 2e Edition. Paris, 1882. 3563.81 
Lewis, Sir George C. 
An essay on the government of depend- 
encies. Oxford, 1891. 3501.12a 
Seeley, John Robert. 
The expansion of England. London, Bos- 
ton, 1883. 24i9a.54; 2419^-56 
Todd. Alpheus. 
Parliamentary government in the British 
colonies. 2d edition. London, 1894. 

Vignon. Louis. 
L*expansion de la France. Paris, 1891. 

Wilkinson, Spenser. 
The nation s awakening. Essays toward a 
British policy. Westminster, 1896. 




I ■■» I 

This guide was prepared by Mr. John Murdoch of the Staff for a meeting of the 
Teachers' Geography Club held in Boston on January i6. It is intended merely to direct 
students of geography in making use of the material in this Library. 

1. The General Catalogue. All books and pamphlets which have 
been catalogued separately (including also articles in some periodicals) are 
to be looked for in the general card catalogue. The heading "Geography" 
comprises ail works on the science of geography in general and works de- 
scriptive of the whole earth (excepting gazetteers, which will be found under 
the heading "Geography. Dictionaries"), and is followed by the supplemen- 
tary headings "Geography. Bibliography," "Geography. Dictionaries," 
**Geography. History," "Geography. Periodicals," "Geography. Study 
and teaching oL" For special branches of geography, the headings to be 
consulted are as follows: "Commercial geography," '^Geographical dis- 
tribution of animals," ''Geographical distribution of men," "Geographical 
distribution of plants," "Mathematical geography," "Medical geography," 
*'Names, Geographical," "Physical geography," "Physiography," "Topog- 
raphy." The headings "Discoveries," "Karth," "Voyages," "World" should 
also be consulted. 

Geographical journals and the transactions of geographical societies are 
to be found under the heading "Geography. Periodicals." Accounts of 
travels in special regions, and descriptions of particular countries should be 
looked for under the name of the country, subdivision "Geography, descrip- 
tion and travel" — e.g., "Africa, South. Geography, description and travel" ; 
but the physical geography of any special region will be found in the sub- 
division "Geology" under the name of the region — e.g., "Africa, South. 
Geology." For descriptions of the inhabitants of the earth, the reader should 
consult the heading "Ethnology," and the subdivision "Ethnology" under 
the names of countries — e.g., "Africa, South. Ethnology." Particular fea- 
tures of nature will be found under their own names, as "Glaciers," "Moun- 
tains," "Rivers," etc. The titles of many atlases and maps are also in the 
general catalogue, but such material may be found more easily by consulting 
the map catalogue on the Special Libraries Floor. 

2. Special Catalogues. There are two special card catalogues in the 
library of importance to students of geography. The first is the map cata- 
logue just mentioned. This contains the titles of all separate maps, atlases, 
and charts, and of all important maps which are to be found in books of 
travel, etc., and is arranged on the same principle as the general catalogue. 
It is kept on the Special Libraries Floor, near the collection of maps. The 
other catalogue is kept near the main card catalogue, and is an index of arti- 
cles published in certain scientific journals, transactions of learned societies, 
etc., beginning with the year 1898, and is also arranged on the same prin- 
ciple as the general catalogue. The following strictly geographical journals 

6o February 

are indexed in this catalogue : American geographical society, Journal ; Geo- 
gratisk 1 idskrift ; Geographical journal ; Oesenschaft fiir Jirdkunde, Berlin, 
V erhandiungen und Zeitschrift ; Petermanns Mitteiiungen and Krganzungs- 
hefte ; Scottish geographical magazine ; Societe de geographie, Paris, Bul- 
letin ; and Societe royaie beige de geographie, Bulletins. Geographical arti- 
cles occurring in the other journals indexed will be found in this catalogue 
under their proper headings. 

3. Bibliographies. For articles on geographical subjects in general 
periodical literature, the student should consult the standard indexes. These 
are first of all, Poole's Index to periodical literature, with its three supple- 
ments [*5i8oa.7], which is to be found in the Bates Hall reference library, 
and in the periodical reading room, the Cumulative index to a selected list 
of periodicals, published by the Cleveland Public Library, beginning with 
1896 [*2 1 72.24], also in the periodical reading room, the Cooperative index 
to periodicals L*3^72-5]> which with its continuation, the Annual literary 
index [*3i72.6], has been running since 1885, the Index to the periodicals 
of 1890-97 [**3i72.9] published annually by the Review of reviews (in the 
Bates Hall reference library), and for French periodical literature only, 
Jordeirs **Repertoire bibliographique des principales revues fran<;aises" 
[B.H.ref.881.4], which began in 1897, and resembles Poole's Index in its 
scope and simplicity of arrangement. The corresponding publication for 
German literature is '^Bibliographic der deutschen Zeitschriften-Litteratur," 
edited by Dietrich [B.H.ref.881.5], beginning with 1896. 

In addition to the special geop*raphical bibliographies which are to be 
found under the heading **Geography. Bibliography," there are two which 
are of importance for recent geographical literature, the "Geographical lit- 
erature of the month" in each number of the Geographical journal [*6266.2], 
and the '*Litteraturbericht," issued as a supplement in each number of Peter- 
manns Mitteiiungen [*627i.i]. Both of these contain references to articles 
in periodicals as well as to books. For students who wish to keep up with 
the latest work in geography, travel, and exploration, such lists as those pub- 
lished by Mr. John Ritchie, jr. (List of the books in the English language 
on travel, exploration, and mountaineering . . . 1897) [*2i 77. 14], are of the 
greatest value. Readers who wish to keep informed of the latest publications 
on these subjects received at the library, will find the desired information in 
the Monthly Bulletin, under the heading "Geography. Travels," and in the 
Annual list of new and important books added to the library, under the same 

4. Special Lists. From time to time, the Library has published lists 
of books on special subjects. Among these, the following are of interest to 
the student of geography : Afghanistan, in the Quarterly bulletin no. 48 ; 
Hawaii in no. 92 ; Eg}'pt in no. 94 ; Africa, and Alps in no. 95 ; Arctic re- 
gions, in no. 96; Corea, Japan, China in no. 99; The Yukon gold fields, 
together with works on Alaska, in the Monthly bulletin for September, 1897 ; 
and The Philippines, Cuba, and the West Indies, in the Monthly bulletin for 
July, 1898. Most of these lists can still be obtained in separate form at the 

For ready reference, there are some 200 selected volumes on geography, 
general and special, with a collection of atlases, on the open shelves in Bates 
Hall (northern end). 




Municipal Lectures. On page 55 will be Branches and Stations. A new delivery 

found a list of references to books and cur- station. Station U, 62 Union Park St., was 

rent articles on Imperialism. These were opened December 27. 

supplied by the Library for use in connection Station A. Lower Mills Reading Room, has 

with the first central course of free municipal been refurnished and the p^s lijrht jzrreatly 

lectures. The books, etc^ referred to, were improved by the addition of chandeliers, 

kept, so far as possible, for use in Bates Hall, Extensive chancres have been made in the 

or were issued for a limited time. Where prac- interior of the Bricrhton Branch with the pur- 

ticable similar lists will be provided for sue- pose of providing for free access to the shelves. 

ceeding courses of lectures. The larger part of the books may now be 

Division of Documents. Recognizing the directly handled by the public. „. . ^ , 

growing importance of international questions, •. ^\ ^^^ tV'^^.T^' a^^^'^^I ^^^^"' ?^i"*^ 

the Librarv has made preparations for receiv- Boston and South End Branches the shelves 

ing the more important state papers ol Great contammg books on history have been thrown 

Britain. France and Germany, as thev are ^P^" * V^ "" i^"?^**"' 17 . i. . . e ,. 

issued. While the system is as yet undeveloped, ^ "^J^^ Charlestown, East Boston and South 

the value of it to the public and to special S?/*'V!.^?r^"''^^^ |,^^^»°" S' ^^« H^" 

students of international law and commercial ^'^^ P c ^ Delivery Station, are open this 

relations is already recognized, and may be ZlTL "i" ^"1?^^^ ^'^'' *5^ '^!,"^ "^^ ^^^^^ ^^ 

illustrated by recent accessions in this parti- ^«" ^^ ^^^ reference and reading. 

cular line: The correspondence between France r'TiTTc Tr\ ttttt t tt»t> a T»ir 

and Great Britain on Madagascar, of high GIFTS TO THE LIBRARY, 

commercial interest; the proposal of the Czar -. ^ _ , , , 

of Russia for a conference on armaments; the f^,^ the Galatea Collection of books 

English treaties containing guarantees or en- jeJatmg to the history of woman : 23 volumes 

gagements by Great Britain, in regard to the '^^m Col. T W. Higginson the donor of the 

territory or government of other countries; col ection; from Professor J E. Brady Smith 

and the lease (with a map) of land adjacent ^9"effe. her work on Women m Roman 

to Hong Kongr entered into between China ^"erature. 

and Great Britain. From Germany have been tto^w -„„ u/vr-rr^ c^^,«.-„. wr ^'r t *• 

received the proceedings of the labor con- ^^l^V^^^^Jn^^^^ 

gresses held In May and August, 1898; a ^^'^^'^ '" twenty-one volumes. 

critical essay by Dr. Neumann-Hofer on the Frqm the Family of William Lloyd 
growth of the social-democratic party as Garrison, through his son, William Lloyd 
shown b3f the recent elections of Germany; Garrison, letters relating to the anti-slavery 
and a series of papers on German commerce, movement in the United States during the 
one of which treats of the commerce of Ger- years 1839 to 1842, addressed to William Lloyd 
many with the United States. Garrison, but also includinj? letters to and 
Exhibitions. In December and January from Francis Jackson of Boston, John A. 
photogrraphs and plates were hung in the Fine Collins, agent of the Massachusetts Anti-slav- 
Arts room, of paintings of madonnas, of ery society, and Elizabeth Pease of Darling- 
English country churches, French chateaux, ton, England; also a card index to letters of 
French cathedrals, buildings in Paris, and 1830 to 1838, presented a few years ago; also 
famous facades, extending the list of "greatest four volumes, "William Lloyd Garrison, 1805- 
lacades." voted for in the expression of opinion 18/9, the story of his life told by his children." 
asked for by the "Brochure Series of Archi- Two copies, one in sheets to be placed with 
tectural Illustration" for September, 1898. the Garrison letters. 





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The symbol = following the title of a work indicates that the work is a gift to the Library. 

Reference Books. 

Almanach de Gotha. 1899. Gotha. 1898. 

B. H. Ref. 14.8 

Almanach national. Annuaire officiel de la 

R^publique frangaise pour 1898. Paris, 

i8cfi. B. H. Ref. 312.2 

Baedeker, Carl. 

Italy. Handbook for travellers. 3d part. 
I2th edition. Leipsic, 1896. Maps. 


Gothaisches genealogisches Taschenbuch der 

freiherrlichen Hauser. 1890. Gotha. 

[1898.] B. H. Ref. 14.6 

Gothaisches genealogisches Taschenbuch der 

graflichen Hauser. 1899. Gotha. [1898.] 

B. H. Ref. 147 
Handbook of Jamaica for 1898. London, 1898. 

Harvard university catalogue. 1898-99. Cam- 
bridge, 1899. B. n. Ref. 582.10 
Hazell's annual for 1899. London, 1890. 

B. H. Ref. 314.11 
Jones, Joseph Courtney. 

A concordance to the Book of common 
prayer, according to the use of the Prot- 
estant episcopal church, in the United 
Stotes. Fhila.. 1898. ♦5441-33 

Lockwood's directory of the paper and sta- 
tionery trades, 1^/99. N. Y. [1899.] 

Minerva. Jahrbuch der gelehrten Welt. 
1898/99. Strassburg, 1890. 

B. H. Ref. 583.15 
Rand, McNall^ & co's indexed atlas of the 
world. Chicago. [1898.] 2 v. *Map 40.10 
Whitaker, Joseph. 
An almanack for 1899. London. [1899.] 

Genealogy. Heraldry. 

Pickerman, Edward Dwight, and George 

Sherwood Dickerman. 
. Families of Dickerman ancestry. New 
Havea, 1897. *443a.i44 

Grant, Francis James, editor. 

The commissariot record of Hamilton and 

Campsie. Register of testaments, 1564- 

1800. Edinburgh, 1898. iv, 85 pp. [In- 

dex library.] *2502.i54 

King, Marquis F. 

Baptisms and admission from the records of 

First church in Falmouth, now Portland, 

Maine. Portland, 1898. Portrs. Pis. 

P^ans. *4435.i6i 


Collective Biographies. 

Escott, Thomas Hay Sweet. 
Personal forces of the period. London, 

XX ^^* 4517.146 

Howe, Mark Antony De Wolfe, jr. 
American bookmen. Sketches, chiefly bio- 
graphical, of certain writers of the Nine- 
teenth century. N. Y., 1898. Portrs. Pis. 

Stephen, Leslie. 

Studies of a biographer. London, 1898. 

2 V. 4548.170 

Terhune, Mary Virginia. 
Where ghosts walk. The haunts of familiar 

characters in history and literature. By 

Marion Harland [pseud.]. N. Y., 1898. 

Pis. 2276.45 

Single Biographies. 

Adams, Charles Francis, jr. 
A record of the exercises in honor of Rev. 
Edmund Dowse, who completed his six- 
tieth year as pastor of Pilgrim church, 
Sherborn. Sherborn, 1898. Portrs. = 

Biagi, Guido. 
The last days of Percy Bysshe Shelley. 
New details. London, 1898. Portrs. Pis. 




Birrell, Augustine. 
Sir Frank Lockwood. 2d edition. London, 
1898. Portr. Pis. 4548.168 

Bismarck-Schoenhausen, Otto Eduard Leo- 
pold, Furst von. 
Bismarck: the man & the statesman. Being 
reflections and reminiscences. Written by 
himself. Translated under the supervision 
of A. J. Butler. N. Y., 1899. 2 v. Portrs. 

Brainerd, Ezra. 
Life and work in Middlebury, Vermont, of 
Emma Willard. [N. Y., 1893.] 17 pp. 

Burnley, James, and Alexander Hay Japp. 

Souvenir life of Gladstone. London. [1898.] 
Portr. 2546.179 

Case, Ashabel Pierson. 
A brief account of the life of John Casse at 
Maspeth Kills, L. I., Windsor and Sims- 
bury, Conn. N. p. [189-?] 24 pp. Coat 
of arms.' 4439a. 121 

Eraser, Alexander Campbell. 
Thomas Reid. N. Y. [1898.] [Famous 
Scots series.] 2549a. 16 

Garnett, Richard. 
Edward Gibbon Wakefield. The coloniza- 
tion of South Australia and New Zealand. 
N. Y., 1898. Portr. Maps. [Builders of 
Greater Britain.] 2548.179 

Gibson, Edward, baron Ashbourne. 
Pitt: some chapters of his life and times. 
London, i&>8. Portrs. 6541.70 

Gray, Rev. Andrew, D.D. 
Rev. Andrew Gray, rector of St Thomas* 
church, Somerville, Mass. [Somerville, 

1897.1 (4) pp. Portr. = 4445.245 

Guenin, Eugene. 
Cavelier de La Salle. Paris, 1898. 71 pp. 
Illus. 2649.45 

Hackett, Frank Warren. 
A sketch of William Adams Richardson. 
Washington, 1898. Portrs. = 4347.274 
Hall, Newman. 
An autobiography. N. Y. [1898.] Portr. 

Hanotaux, Gabriel. 
Henri Martin: sa vie, ses oeuvres, son 
temps. Paris, 1885. Portr. 26493.87 

Hoche, Jules. 
The real Bismarck. Englished by Mrs. 
Charles R. Rogers. N. Y., 1898. Illus. 
Portrs. 4848.64 

Laborde, Jean Baptiste Vincent. 
L6on Gambetta. Biographie psychologique. 
Paris, 1898. 2644.121 

Larpenteur, Charles. 
Forty years a fur trader on the upper Mis- 
souri. 1833-1872. Edited by Elliott Coues. 
N. Y., iSgS, 2 V. Pis. Portrs. Maps. 

Laughton, John Knox. 
Memoirs of Henry Reeve. London, 1898. 
2 V. Portrs. 4544.157 

Lewes, Gertrude Hill. 
Dr. South wood Smith. A retrospect. Ed- 
inburgh, 1898. Portrs. Pis. 4547.151 
Lowndes, Mary E. 
Michel de Montaigne. A biographical 
study. Cambridge, 1898. 26493.85 
Lucas, Edward Verrall, editor. 
Charles Lamb and the Lloyds. Compris- 

Coleridge, the Lloyds, etc. PhiUu, 1890. 
ing newly-discovered letters of Lamb, 
Portrs. 4549a. 151 

Mcynell. Wilfrid. 
The life and work of Lady Butler. [Miat 
Elizabeth Thompson.] London, 1898. 
35 pp. Illus. 4081.71 

Nettelbeck, Joachim Christian. 
Eine Lebensbeschreibung, von ihm selbst 
aufgezeichnet Hrsg. von M. Mendheim. 
Leipzig. [1898.] 4896.5a392 

O'Brien, Kichard Barry. 
The life of Charles Stewart Pamell. Lon- 
don, 1898. 2 V. Portr. 4545.158 
O'Neil, J. lT 
Jerome Savonarola. A sketch. Boston, 
1898. Portrs. Pis. 2747.49 
Parkin, George Robert. 
Edward Thring. headmaster of Uppingham 
school. London, 1898. 2 v. 4548W166 
Pratt. Edwin A. 
Catherine Gladstone: life, good works, and 
political efforts. London, 1898. Portrs. 
Pis. 25461X78 
A woman's work for women, being the 
aims, efforts, and aspirations of "L. M. 
H." (Miss Louisa M. Hubbard). Lon- 
don, 1898. Portr. 5588.143 
Raikes, Henry St. John. 
The life and letters of Henry Cecil Raikes, 
late Her Majesty's postmaster-general. 
London, 1898. Portr. 4544-159 
Robinson, Agnes Mary Frances. 
La vie de Ernest Renan. Paris, 1898. 

Tiffany, Nina Moore. 
Samuel E. Sewall. Boston, 1898. Portr. 


United States. Congress. 

Memorial addresses on George BuHen 
Shaw (late a Representative from Wis- 
consin). Washington, 1895. 81 pp. 
Portr. = 4440.138 

Memorial addresses on George W. Hoidc 
(late a Representative from Ohio). Wash- 
ington, 1895. 86 pp. Portr. = 44^1^1 

Memorial addresses on Joseph Ranktn (a 
Representative from Wisconsin.) Wash- 
ington, 1886. 49 pp. Portr. = 44uai48 

Memorial addresses on Marcus Qaibome 
Lisle (late a Representative from Ken- 
tucky). Washington, 1895. 55 pp. Portr. 
= 4440.1^ 

Memorial addresses on Reuben EUwood (a 
Representative from Illinois). Washing- 
ton, 1886. 39 pp. Portr. = 444ax4j; 

Memorial addresses on Samuel J. KandaU, 
a Representative from Pennsylvania. 
Washington, 1891. 157 pp. Portr. = 


Memorial addresses on William A. Duncan 

(a Representative from Pennsylvania). 
Washington, 1885. 36 pp. Portr. = 

Memorial addresses on William H. Cole (i 
Representative from Maryland). Wash- 
ington, 1887. 44 pp. Portr. = 4440.149 

Memorial addresses on William H. Enodi% 
a Representative from Ohio. Washingtoo, 
1895. 60 pp. Portr. = 4iuai44 

Memorial addresses on William lallj, • . 
Representative from Pennsylvania. VMh J 
infifton, 1895. 60 pp. Portr. = 444^1^ | 



Memorial addresses on William T. Price (a 
Representative from Wisconsin). Wash- 
ington, 1887. 52 pp. Portr. = 4440.142 
Vince, Charles Anthony. 
John Bright. Chicago, 1898. [Victorian 
era series.] 4548.172 

Wilson, David, Indian civil service. 
Mr. Froude and Cariyle. N. Y., 1898. 

Yonge. William, M.D. 

Englands shame: or the unmasking of a 
politick atheist: being a full and uiithful 
relation of the life and death of that great 
imposter Hugh Peters. London, 1663. 


H istory. 

Ancient. Modem. Asia. Africa. 

Alford, Henry Stamford Lewis, and William 
Dennistoun Sword. 
The Egvptian Soudan, its loss and recov- 
ery. London, 1898. Portrs. Pis. Maps. 

Botilger, Demetrius Charles. 

History of China. New edition. London. 
1808. 2 V. Maps. 3016.18 

Combes, Joan Francisco. 

Historia de Mindanao v J0I6. Obra pub- 
licada en Madrid en 1667, y que ahora con 
la colaboraci6n del P. rablo Pastells . . . 
saca nuevamente 4 luz W. £. Retana. 
Madrid, 1897. *3040a.i85 

Dill, Samuel 

Roman society in the last century of the 
Western empire. London, 1898. 2763.34 
Dnmy, Jean Victor. 
A general history of the world. Translated 
from the French. With a summary of 
contemporaneous history (1848-1898} by 
E. A. Grosvenor. N. Y. [185^] Maps. 

Montero y Vidal, Jos6. 
Historia de la pirateria malayo-mahometana 
en Mindanao, J0I6 y Borneo. Madrid, 

« ^^.. ^ V- 3049a.i65 

Rae. Colm. 

Malaboch, or notes from my diary on the 
Boer campaign of 1804. Added a synop- 
sis of the Johannesburg crisis of 1896. 
London, 1898. Pis. Portrs. Map. 



Blok, Petrus Johannes. 

History of the people of the Netherlands. 
Translated by O. A. Bierstadt and RuUi 
Putnam. Part i. N. Y., 1898. Maps. 

Cmdfltf Thomas. 
Historical sketches of notable persons and 
events in the reigns of James i. and 
Charles i. Edited by A. Cariyle. Lon- 
don, 1898. 2424.33 
Gibbins, Henry de Beltgens. 
The English people in the nineteenth cen- 
tury. London, 1898. Portrs. Maps. 



Holt, Robert B. 
Whitby past and present London. [1898.] 
Pis. Map. 2499.127 

Latimer, Mary Elizabeth Wormeley, editor. 
My scrap-book of the French Revolution. 
Chicago, 1898. Portrs. 2626.123 

Leach, Arthur Francis, editor. 
Memorials of Beverley minster: the chap- 
ter act book of the Collegiate church of 
S. John of Beverley, a.d. 1286-1347. Vol. 
I. Durham, 1898. [Surtees society.] 


Owen, Hon. Fanny Mary Katharine Ormsby 

Gore Bulkeley-. 

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Bicknell, Thomas Williams. 
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Dixon, Susan Bullitt. 
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Czobor, Bela. 

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Black, Alexander. 
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Pis. 4087.36 

Dimief, L. 
Benvenuto Cellini a la cour de France. 
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Emery, M. S. 
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Field, Mary Katherine Kemble. 
The drama of glass. [Toledo, 1898.] 46 pp. 
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Fowke, Frank Rede. 
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pis. (£x-libris series.] 8074.163 

The original edition, published in 1875 under the 
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Gardner, John Starkie. 
Foreign armour in England. London, 1898. 
96 pp. Illus. 8082.140 

Gibson, Charles Dana. 
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Gulland, W. G. 
Chinese porcelain. London, 1898. Pis. 

Hart, Charles Henry. 
Hints on portraits and how to catalogue 
them. Phila., i8j8. 32 pp. •8070.35 

Japanese art folio. Editor, H. Shugio. [Part 
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Kitton, Frederick G. 
Dickens and his illustrators. With twentv- 
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Koenigliche Museen, Berlin. 
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Muentz, Louis Frederic Eugene. 
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Potter, Mary Knight 

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Aubrey Beardsley. London, 1898. 32, (2) 

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Tyszkiewicz, Mikhail, count 

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Lahee, Henry C. 

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Mathews, William Smith Babcock. 

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Stevenson, Paul Eve. 
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The key of the Pacific The Nicaragua 
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Havnes, George Henry. 
Souvenir of Watervdle, the university city 
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Hill, Robert Thomas. 
Cuba and Porto Rico, with other islands of 
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Howard, Winifred Mary, Baronets Howard of 


Journal of a tour in the United States, 

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Igarzabal, Rafael, 2^. 
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Inman, Henry, and William Frederick Cody. 
The Great Salt Lake trail. N. Y., 18^ 
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Language. Rhetoric. 

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Berger, H. 

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Grammatik der Mundart von Miilheim a. d. 
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Preparatory French reader. Boston, 1894. 
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Catalogue of [his] valuable private library. 

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Minuscula. Lyrics of nature, art and love. 
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Browne, H. Devey. 
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Coleridge, Samuel Taylor. 
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Drummond, William Henry, M.D. 
Phil-o-rum's canoe and Madeleine Ver- 
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George, Andrew Jackson, editor. 
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Hainersley, James Hooker. 
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Kendall, May. 

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The New England poets. A study of Emer- 
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Lowell, Holmes. N. Y., 18^ ad96.98 
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don, i8p8. 2568.153 
Savage, Philip Henry. 
Poems. Boston, 1898. ix, 49 pp. == 

Scott, Duncan Campbell. 
Labor and the angel. [Verses.] Boston, 


1898. (8), 59 pp. = 
Scott, Sir Walter, bart 

The lay of the last minstrel. Edited by W. 
J. Rolfe. Boston, 1898. Illus. Map. 

Shavlor, Joseph, compiler. 
The pleasvres of literatvre and the solace of 
books. With an introduction by Andrew 
Lang. N. Y. [1898.] 2559.45 

Shelley, Percy Bysshe, and Elizabeth Shelley. 
Original poetry by Victor and Cazire. Ed- 
ited by Richard Gamett London, 1898. 
66 pp. 45^^ 

Songs for the little ones at home. Enlarged 
edition. N. Y. [1884.] Illus. 4399a.l68 
White, Eugene R. 
Songs of good fighting. Boston. [1898.I 
48 pp. 4395.130 

French Literature. 

Aubertin, Charles Nicolas. 

La versification frangaise et ses nouveaux 
th^oriciens. Paris, 1898. 4689.8^ 

Brunetiere, Marie Ferdinand. 
Apr^s le proces. Reponse a quelques "in- 
tellectuels." Paris, 1898. 2^8.194 

Chauvet, Paul, editor and translator. 
The Nineteenth century in France; or, se- 
lections from the best modern French lit- 
erary works. With English translations. 
Vol. I. London. 1897. 4709a.55 

Contents. — i. Tne poets: Lamartine, Hugo, 

German Literature. 

Franz- Voneisen, , compiler. 

Kunterbunt. Humoristische Allotria in 
Vers und Prosa. Leipzig. [1898.I 

Hardenber^, Friedrich Ludwig von. 
Die Gedichte des Novalis [rseud.1. Leip- 
zig. [1898.] 4896.50.39> 
Kerner, Andreas Justinus Christian. 
Gedichte. In Auswahl hrsg. von £. Muller. 
Leipeig. [1898.] 4896.50.392 

Greek and Latin Literature. 

Lucretius Cams, Titus. 
De rerum natura Buch in. 
Heinze. Leipzig, 1897. 

Erklart von R 


Stidhaiis> Sieq^ed 
Aetna. Leipzig, 1898. 3002.76 

A tmulation and study of the poem ascribed to 
Lacilins Junior. 

Icelandic Literature. 

Gollancz, Israel, editor and translator. 
Hamlet in Iceland. Being the Icelandic ro- 
mantic Ambales saga, edited and trans- 
lated, with extracts from five Ambales 
rimur. London, 1898. ♦4871.103 

Italian Literature. 

Witte, Carl. 
Essays on Dante. Selected, translated and 
edited by C. Mabel Lawrence and P. H. 
Wicksteed. Boston, 1898. 479749 

Spanish Literature. 

Arpas amigas, coleccion de poesias originales, 
de los Sres. Francsico Sellen, Antonio 
Sellen, . . . Habana, 1879. 439836 

Campoamor y Campoosorio, Ramon de. 


bbras escogidas. Leipzig, 1885. 


Canciones cubanas, desde "La Bayamesa' 

hasta las mis modernas. 3a edicion. 

Habana, 1883. 4398-35 

Fornaris, Jos^. 

El arpa del Hogar. [Poesias.] Paris, 1878. 

3099a. 183 

Cantos tropicales. Paris, 1874. 3099^.182 

Irio y Bausa, Octavio, editor. 

Guimalda cubana. Bosquejos y semblanzas 

femeniles. Habana. [18S1.] 4398-37 

Martinez, Saturnino. 

Poesias. Habana, 1870. 4392.116 


Herzog, Rudoli 
Das Recht der Jugend. Schauspiel. Leip- 
zig. [1898.] , 4896.50.387 
Irving, Sir Henry Brodribb. 
The theatre in its relation to the state. Bos- 
ton. [1898.] 36 pp. 2553.27 
Jonson, Ben. 

Ben lonson his Volpone: or the foxe. A 
new edition. With a critical essay on the 
author by Vincent O' Sullivan, and a fron- 
tispiece, five initial letters and cover de- 
sign by Aubrey Beardsley, together with 
an eulogy of the artist by Robert Ross. 
London, 1898. ^6600.67 

Lee, Sidney Lazarus. 
A life of William Shakespeare. N. Y., 1898. 
Portr. 4598.37 

Makowski, Ludwig. 
Madame Dulitre. Lustspiel. Leipzig. [1898.] 

Maupassant, Henri Rene Albert Guy de, and 
Jacques Normand. 
Musotte. Schauspiel. Deutsch von Emerich 
von Bukovics. Leipzig. [1898.I 

Michaelis, Carolina, editor. 
Tres flores del teatro antiguo espafiol. 
Leipzig, 1870. ♦♦D.26oa.ii6 

Contents. — Las mocedades del Cid. — £1 Conde 
de Sex. — El deaden con el desden. 

Ros^e, Adolph. 
Ein Mustergatte. Schwank. Leipzig. [1898.]. 

Schaeffer, Adolf, editor. 
Ocho comedias desconocidas . . . de Don 
Guillem de Castro, del licenciado Damian 
Salustio del Poyo, de Luis Velez de Gue- 
vara, etc. . . . Leipzig, 1887. 2 v. in i. 

Teatro modemo espafiol. Leipzig, 1885. 


Wolters, Wilhelm, and Karl Adolph Giellerup. 

Die thorichte Liebe. Schauspiel (mit teil- 

weiser Benutzung einer Pawlow'schen 

Novelle). Leipzig. [1898.] 4896.50.391 

Drama. Shakespeare. 

Ashhurst, Richard Lewis. 
Shakspere society of Philadelphia, 1860- 
1879. Phila., 1898. 35 pp. = 

No. 2 in *66oi.9 
Bauernfeld, Eduard von. 
Die Bekenntnisse. Lustspiel. Leipzig. 


[1898.1 4896.5 

Bradley, Katherine, and Edith Cooper. 
The world at auction. [A play by Micnaei 
Field, pseud.] London, 1898. *4574.i6i 

Scene, Rome; time, a.d. 193. 

Browning, Robert. 
Pippa passes. A drama. With drawings by 
L. Leslie Brooke. N. Y., 1898. (8), 64 

PP- , « « , 4553.29 

Calderon de la Barca, Pedro. 

Teatro escogido. Leipzig, 1876, tt, % v. in 

in 2. *'^D.26oa.i24 

Delafield, Emily Prime. 

Alice in Wonderland. A play. N. Y., 1898. 

Hawkins, Anthony Hope. 

The adventures of the La<W Ursula. A 
comedy. By Anthony Hope [pseud. 1. 
N. v., 1898. Pis. 4574.163 


Gomme, George Laurence. 
Ethnology in folklore. N. Y., 1892. = 


Wenckebach, Carla. 

A Christmas book. Origin of the Christmas 

tree, the mistletoe, the Yule log & St. 

Nicholas. [Wellesley.] 1898. 35 PP. Pis. 


Medicine. Hygiene. 


Chopinet, Charles C6sar Pierre Vincent 

£tude sur le goitre et le cr^tinisme dans les 

Pyrenees centrales (versant frangais). 

Saint-Gaudens, 1892. 33 pp. = 5794>45 

Ellison, M. A. 

A manual for students of massage. London, 

1898. Illus. 3795-136 


McGill college and university. Department of 
Papers. 4, 5. Montreal, 1898. Illus. = 

Maurice Porter free hospital for children, Chi- 
Annual report, 1897. Chicago, 1898. 
< ♦5767.112 

Monell, S. Howard. 
The cure of writers* cramp and the arm 
troubles of telegraphers and ball players. 
N. Y. [1898.] 56 pp. 3797.89 

Stilling, Benedict 
Neue Untersuchunjgren ueber den Bau des 
Ruckenmarks. Cassel, 1859. Text, 2 v. 
AUas. ♦Cab.37.13.1 

TWs copy lacks the "WandUfel." 

Talbot. Eugene Solomon. 
Degeneracy: its causes, signs, and results. 
Lon<Jon, 1898. Illus. *3768.i62 

University of Glasgow. Queen Margaret col- 
lege. School of medicine for women. 
Prospectus for session 1890/91-96/97. Glas- 
gow, i89C>;?6. = *2509.i40 

University of Pennsylvania. 
Fasciculus of the department of dentistry 
(1897-98) and announcements for session 
, 1898-09. Phila., 1898. 48 pp. 58o9a.86 
Wcysse, Arthur Wisswald. 
An epitome of human histology. N. Y., 1898. 



Ashby, Henry. 
Health in the nursery. London, 1898. Illus. 


Schultze, Rudolf. 

Bau und Betrieb von Volksbadeanstalten. 

Bonn, 1893. 68 pp. = 7803.140 

Springer, Maurice. 

L'hygiene des albuminuriques. Paris, 1898. 



Hibberd, Shirley. 
The book of the [fresh-water] aooariiim. 
New edition. London. [1875.] lUus. = 

The book of the marine aquarium. A new 
edition. London. [1884.J Illus. = 

No. 2 in 5908.26 
Holland, William J. 
The butterfly book. A popular suide to the 
butterflies of North America. N. Y., 1898. 
Illus. Col. pis. *iB9i.70 

Holman, Silas Whitcomb. 
Matter, energy, force and work. N. Y., 
1898. 5969-87 

Hopkins, Grant Sherman. 
Structure of the stomach of Amia calva. 
[Buffalo, 189a] 5 PP- PI- = 59012.81 
Hurfbert, J. Beaufort 
Physical atlas with coloured maps, showing 
tne geographical distribution of plants 
yielding fruit; climates; flora; soils; 
regions of summer rains; geological for- 

mations and h:f drofi^ph^ of the Dominion 


of Canada. [Ottawa, 





Ah]^s, Wilhelm von. 

Allgemein verbreitete essbare und schadliche 

Pilze. 2. Auflage. Esslingen. [189-?] 

64 pp. Illus. 5852.22 

Allen, Charles Grant Blairiindie. 

Ftashlights on nature. N. Y., 1898. Illus. 


A collection of essays on popular natural nistory. 

Dawson, Sir John William. 
Note on carboniferous Entomostraca, from 
Nova Scotia, in the Peter Redpath mu- 
seum. [Montreal, 1897.] 8 pp. Illus. 

Geikie, James. 

Earth sculpture, or the origin of land-forms. 

N. Y., 1898. Illus. 3862.81 

Gill, J. 

Text-book on navigation and nautical as- 

tr(;momy. London, 1898. Illus. 5924.17 

Ha'rger, Oscar. 

RepQrt on the marine Isopoda of New Eng- 

la44 sind adjacent waters. [Washington, 

1880:] Pis. = ;«6.i 

Ibifiez de Ibero, Carlos, and Francois rerrier. 

Jonction g6odesique et astronomique de 

rAlg6rie avec TEspagne. Paris, 1886. 

Illus. Maps. = '^793oa.96 

Jordan, David Starr. 

Foot-notes to evolution. N. Y., 1898. Illus. 

Kelley, Jay G. 
The boy mineral collectors. Phila., 1800. 

Lewis, Margaret 
Studies on the central and peripheral ner- 
vous systems of two polychaete annelids. 
[Boston.] 1898. Pis. [Harvard college. 
Museum of comparative zoology.] = 

McGill college and university. Department of 
Papers. No. 1-7. Montreal, 1896-98. Illus. 

= , *3853.i8 

Departments of chemistry and mineralogy. 

Fapers. i. Montreal, 1896. = ♦3863.150 
Pepper, John Henry. 
The boy's book of science. Revised, by T. 

C. Hepworth. London. [1898.] Illus. 

Raiberti, Giovanni. 

Das Buch von der Katze. Physiologische 
und moralische Bemerkungen. Aus dem 
Italienischen tibersetzt von Edmund von 
Hallegk [Pseud, von Edmund Ritter von 
Herzfeld]. Leipzig. [1898.] 4896.50^ 
Scholfield, Socrates. 
The object of animal existence. Providence, 
1896. 31 pp. = 38aa92 

Tarr, Ralph Stockman. 
Elementary physical geography. N. Y., 
1898. Illus. Maps. 3828.121 

University of Toronto studies. Biological se- 
ries. Edited by R. Ramsay Wright No. 

I. [Toronto.l 1898. Pis. = ♦3821.74 
Warren, Henry White. 
Among the forces. N. Y. [1898.] Pis. 

IVatts, William Whitehead. 
Geology for beginners. London, 1898. Illtis. 




Wilson, Andrew, Ph. D. 
The light side of science. N. Y., 1898. 


Wright, Mabel Osgood. 

Birdcraft. N. Y., 1897. Pis. 5908.53 

Four-footed Amen ans and their kin. N. Y., 

1898. Illus. 3888.31 

An account of the mammala of North America, 
in the form of a story. 

Anthropology. Ethnology. 

Friederici, , Premierlieutnant. 

Der Gang des Indianers. [Braunschweig, 
1898.] 6 pp. = 382044 

Thurston, Edgar. 
Anthropology. Eurasians of Madras and 
Malabar; note on tattooing; Malagasy- 
Nias-Dravidians; Toda petition. Madras, 
1898. 68 pp. Pis. [Madras government 
museum.] = 3828.5=*5895.4i.2 


Baltzer, Heinrich Richard. 
Geometria. Versado al castellano . . . para 
el uso . . . de la universidad de C6rdoba 

iRepublica Argentina) por F. Latzina. 
C6rdoba, 187-r] Lithograph script. = 


Philosophy. Education. 



Benn, Alfred William. 
The philosophy of Greece, considered in re- 
lation to the character and history of its 
people. London, 1898. 3608.187 

Besant, Annie. 
An exposition of theosophy. Boston, 1893. 
30 pp. Portr. = 3489.118 

Descartes, Ren6. 
Discours de la m^thode pour bien conduire 
sa raison et chercher la y€ni6 dans les 
sciences, avec une notice biographique, 
des notes . . . et des extraits par Blie 
Rabier. 8e Edition. Paris, 1897. 3608.86 
McGill college and university. Department of 
Papers, i, 2. Montreal, 1896. = *36o4.i39 
University of Toronto studies. Ps^rchological 
series: edited by Dr. A. Karschmann. 
No. I. [Toronto.] 1898. = *36o3.iS4 


Antioch college. Yellow Spring, Ohio. 
[Calendar, 1898.] [Yellow Springs, 1898.] 

= 4487.37 

Dartmouth college. 
Addresses of the living graduates of Dart- 
mouth college, the Medical college, and 


the Thayer school of civil engineering. 
Hanover, 1897. == *449?-2^ 

Glasgow association for the higher ^duc^ition 
of women. 
Prospectus, 1877/78-80/81. Glasgow. [1877I- 
80. = *2509.i34 

Hazen, Henry Allen, and Stephen Lewis Bates 
A history of the class of 1854 in Dartmouth 
college, including Col. Haskell's nfirrative 
of the battle of Gettysburg. Boston, 1898. 
Portr. 44$4.i^6 

Home for the training in speech of deaf chil- 
dren before they are of schbol i^e, 
Report 1-3, 1891/2, 1895/6. Phila., 1892-^. 
Pis. = *5594.130 

Jordan, Charlotte Brewster, editor. 
Mother-song and child-song. N. Y. [1808.] 


Larsson, Gustaf. 

''Manu et mente." A text book of forking 

drawings of models in sloyd adapted to 

American schools. [Boston.] 1893. Illus. 

MacLean, George Edwin. 
A decade of development in American state 
universities. Lincoln, 1898. 37 pp. = 

*4^. 180.2 
The next stage in the educational develop- 
ment of Nebraska. Lincoln, i^. 12 pp. 
= *4484.i8o.6 

Morse and Rogers school. New York city, 
[Prospectus and catalogue.] [N. Y., 1898.] 
= 4499a. 192 

Oahu college, Honolulu. 
Catalogue, 1896/97, 97/98. Honolulu, 1897, 
98. Pis. = *4499i77 

Palmer, Alice Freeman. 
Why go to college? N. Y. [1897.] 32 pp. 

= 3S99a.i37 

People's palace. Technical schools. London. 

Calendar and syllabus for session 1888 and 
i88q. Compiled by R. Mitchell. London. 
[188-.] Pis. = 5597.122' 

Twentieth century club. Education depart- 
Report of the committee on free lectures for 
the people. [Boston.] 1898. 15 ^p. = 

University of Glasgow. 
Programme of courses, [etc.], 1896/97. Glas- 
gow, 1896. = 25(^.111 
University of Nebraska. 
University bulletins, series 3, no. 2, 6. Lin- 
coln^ 1898. *44a4.i8o 
University of Tennessee record No. i, 2, 4. 
Knoville, 1898. Portrs. Pis. = ^4490^1.175 

Ethics. Life. 

Comaro, Luigi. 1467-1566. 
A treatise on temperance and sobriety. 
Translated by Rev. George Herbert 
Cleveland, 1898. 51 Pp. 7588.181 

Hobbes, Thomas. 1588-1^. 
The ethics of Hobbes as contained in selec- 
tion from his works. With an introduc- 
tion by E. H. Sneath. Boston, 1898. 



Religion. Theology. 

Abbott, Lyman. 
The life and letters of Paul the Apostle. 
Boston, 1898. 3524*83 

Boston. Tremont temple. 
Annual reports for 1893/94, 1894/95. Bos- 
ton, 1894, 95- = *3549.45 
Brooke, Stopford Augustus. 
The gospel of joy. [Sermons.] N. Y., 
1898. 3447.144 
Caverno, Charles. 
A narrow ax in Biblical criticism. Chicago, 

1897. 3428.153 

Dorchester, Mass. First church. 
Dedication of the sixth meeting-house, 
Thursday, May 6, 1897. [Boston, 1897-] 
57 pp. = 4354.140 

Dresser, Horatio Willis. 
Voices of hope and other messages from 
the hills. A series of essays on the prob- 
lem of life, optimism, and the Christ 
Boston, 1898. = 3587.154 

Gonzalez de Avila, Gil. 
Teatro eclesiastico de la primitiva iglesia de 
las Indias occidentales, vidas de svs arzo- 
bispos . . . Madrid, 1649-55. 2 v. 

Goodyear, Anna Forbes. 
Interpretations of Holy Scripture. Boston, 
1897. 94 pp. = 74i9a.iii 

Groome, Samuel. 
A glass for the people of New- England, in 
which they may see themselves and spirits, 
and if not too late, repent and turn from 
their abominable ways and cursed con- 
trivances ... By S. G. [London?) 
1676. 43 pp. **G.387.22 

This rare tract, which relates to the Antinomian 
controversy, contains extracts from a book called 
"The elder tenents in the Bay," also "Queries 
by another hand [George Fox] for the New- 
England priests and elders to answer," and let- 
ters to Bellingham and to Increase "Madder" 
from Jno. Tyso dated Boston Prison-House. 

Hall, Francis J. 
The kenotic theory, considered with parti- 
cular reference to its Anglican forms and 
argupients. N. Y., 1898. 3477-75 

Harvard college. Divinity school. 
General catalogue. Cambridge, 1898. = 

Jefferson, Charles Edward. 

Quiet talks with earnest people in my study. 
N. Y.. [1898.] 3439.129 

Kaufmann, Moritz. 
Culture and Christianity. [London, 1898.] 

64 pp. , ♦3437.56.14 

Some modem views of Zoroastrianism ex- 
amined in the light of Christianity. [Lon- 
don, 1898.] 64 pp. *3437.56.I4 
Leathes, Stanley Mordaunt. 
The testimony of the earlier prophetic writ- 
ers to the primal religion ot Israel. [Lon- 
don, 1898.1 47 pp. 3437.56.14 
Melmoth, William. 1666-1743. 
The great importance of a reli^ous life, con- 
sidered. [Anon.] 5th edition. Boston, 
1739. *7489a.42 



Mitchell, Rev. WiUiam H. 
End of the impenitent [Boston, 18$^^ 16 

pp. = 7459a. 130 

The glory to be revealed Boston, 1897. 

22 pp. = 74592.133 

Looking unto Jesus. Boston, 1897. 21 pp. 

= 74S9».i34 

Non-Christian religions; their state and 
prospects. [London, 1898.] 64 pp. 

Thy kingdom come. [Boston, i^-r] 10 

pp. = 7459a.i3i 

The two sutements. [Boston, X09-?] 13 

>p. = 7459a.i32 

^t shall see Him as He is. [Boston, 189-?] 

16 pp. = 74592.129 

Moody, D wight Lyman. 

How to study the Bible. Chicago. [1876.] 

29 pp. = 
Nieuw^enhuis, Ferdinand Jacob Domela. 

Mein Abschied von der Kirche. Aus dem 

Hollandischen ins Deutsche ubersetzt 

von H. Harders und E. Groth. 5. Auf- 

lage. Bielefeld, 1892. 32 pp. = 5569a.i27 

Reynolds, Henry Robert 

Who say ye that I am. A question of Jesus 
to His disciples. London. [1898.] 48 pp. 

Simon, David Worthinc^ton. 
The Trinity in sacred history. [London, 

1898.] 64 pp. ♦3437.56.14 

Der babylonische Talmud in seinen hag- 
gadischen Bestandtheilen wortgetreu iiber- 
setzt . . . von Aug. Wiinsche. Halbband 
I, 2, Abtheilung 1-4. Leipzig, 1886-S9. 

Thompson, Hugh Miller. 
First principles. [3d edition.] N. Y., 1895. 

68 pp. = 7449a. 172 

Townsend, Jonathan. 
Comfort for the afflicted righteous. Being 
the substance of two sermons preach'd at 
Needham, quickly after the sudden and 
awful death of two desirable voung men, ^ 
viz. Mr. Solomon Cook, & Mr. Samuel ^ 
Kingsberry, . . . Boston, 1738. (i), 25 f 

pp. **H.99b.i49^ 

Tucker, William Jewett 

The making and unmaking of the preacher. —: 

Lectures on the Lyman Beecher founda — ^ 

tion, Yale university, 1898. Boston, i89&aE 

Young men's Christian association, FallRiver:^ 
Information for men of Fall River. Fzf^m 
River, 1898. 24 pp. Illus. =: 7449.1: 

Social Science. 

Political Economy. 

Bernardo y Estrada, Rodrigo de, editor. 
Prontuario de mercedes, 6 sea indice i> <^r 
6rden alfab6tico de las mercedes conct^MJ- 
das por el Escmo. ayuntamiento de Ii 
Habana, en cuanto concierne k las hacien- 
das de crianza de animales . . . Habam^ 
1857. 3567.2ZO 


Boss, M. P. 
Finance primer. San Francisco, 1895. 8 pp. 
=r 5648.148 

Brentano, Lujo. 
Die Agrarreform in Prenssen. Berlin, 1897. 
62 pp. ♦3562.53.19 

Bynum, Williani D. 
Address at the annual banquet of the New 
York jewelers' association, February 10, 
1898. A single standard of value measure. 
[NTy.? 1898.] 8 pp. = 5646.149 

Cornil, Georges. 
L'assurance municipale contre le chomage 
involontaire. Bruxelles, 1898. 5651.85 

Index bibliographie, pp. iii-xi. 

Cowles, James Lewis. 
A general freight and passenger post. N. Y., 
i^. 3659.121 

Holland, Hon. Lionel Raleigh. 
Suggestions for a scheme of old age pen- 
sions . . . London, 1898. 5657.82 
Knight, J. S. 
A skit treating of the monetary system of 
the United States of America, and other 
kindred subjects ... By "Novice" 
[pseud.]. Mobile, 1895. 65 pp. = 36493.50 
Makato, Tentearo. 
Japanese notions of European political eco- 
nomy. Phila., 1899. 41 pp. 5652.44 
Plehn, Carl Copping. 
Introduction to public finance. N. Y., 1897. 

Smith, Henry Worthington. 
An address delivered before the National 
association of life underwriters. Boston, 

1893. 15 pp. = 5657.80 

Reform club of New York city. Committee 

on sound currency. 

Annual report, 1895, 1896. [New York, 

1895.] = *564oa.8i 

Reports, March 19, May 29, Nov. 21, 1895, 

June 25, 1896. [New York, 1895-06.] 3= 

Schloss, David Frederick. 
Methods of industrial remuneration. 3d edi- 
tion. London, 1898. 3563.146 
Wyckoff, Walter Augustus. 
The workers. An experiment in reality. 
[Vol. 2.] The West. N. Y., 1899. Pis. 


Political Science. 

Ford, Henry Jones. 

The rise and growth of American politics. 

N. Y., 1898. 4229.96 

Rose, John Holland. 

The rise and growth of democracy in Great 

Britain. Chicago, 1898. 4517.148 



Howard, Rosalind Frances, countess of Car- 
Address, on the' occasion of the inaugura- 
tion of the Carlisle Women's liberal asso- 
ciation, July, 1890. [London? 1890.] la 
pp. = 5586.38 

Hyndman, Henry Mayers. 
The economics of socialism. London. 
[i896J Portr. 3568.215 

Jenkins, D. J. 
A special and urgent appeal by D. J. Jen- 
kins, to raise an endowment fund and 
make safe the home for the little orphans 
of his race. [Charleston, 189-?] 7 pp. = 


Lorimer^ George Claude. 

Christianity and the social state. Phila. 

[1898.] Portr. = 3566.224 

Lowell, Josephine Shaw. 

Consumers leagues. [Boston, 1897.] 34 pp. 

= 5567.73 

Schaeffle, Albert Eberhard Friedrich. 
The quintessence of socialism. [6th] Eng- 
lish edition translated under the super- 
vision of Bernard Bosanquet. London, 
1898. S^797 

Scudder, Vida Dutton. 
Social ideals in English letters. Boston, 
1898. 4558.146 

Women's rest tour association. 
List of members [and two circulars]. [Bos- 
ton, 1896.] = 5586.36 

Law. Legislation. 

Callahan, James Morton. 
The neutrality of the American lakes and 
A nfflo- American relations. Baltimore, 
18^. 432i.79=*2356.69.i6 

Cespedes y Orellano, Jose Maria. 
Elementos te6rico-pr&cticos de procedimi- 
entos civiles, con aplicacion & las islas de 
Cuba y Puerto-Rico. 2a edicion. Habana, 
1866. 2 V. 5625.19 

Des Cressonnieres, Jac(^ues. 
filaments du droit civil. Bruxelles, 1897. 

Hill, Charles Shattuck. 
A diplomatic analysis of diplomacy. Is sub- 
sidy not subsidy when arp^ued for diplo- 
matic purposes? [Washington.] 1890. 
12 pp. = 7956.86 

Lancefield, Richard Thomas. 
Notes on copyright, domestic and interna- 
tional. With a synopsis of the Canadian, 
imperial and United states copyright acts. 
[2d edition.] Hamilton, Can. [i^?] 

3067. xoo 

Useful and Industrial 


Elsie: a miracle. Published by the Ingleside 

corporation. Boston. [1898.] 42 pp. 

Portr. = 7569a.32 Brackett, Byron Briggrs. 

A true story of rescue work among women. The effects of tension and quality of the 

Fletcher. Horace. metal upon the changes in length pro- 

That last waif, or social quarantine. Chi- duced in iron wires by magnetization. 

cago. [1898.] 5567-49 Baltimore, 1897. 40 pp. Illus. = 597^47 



Geissler, Johann Gottlieb. 
Der Drechsler, oder praktischer Lehrbegrif 
der gemeinen und hbhem Drehkunst . . . 
Leipzig, 1 795-1800. 3 V. in 2. Pis. 1= 

Kapp, Gisbert. 
Elektromechanische Konstruktionen. Ber- 
lin, 1898. Illus. 8010.68 
Liesegang, Raphael Edouard. 
Das Phototel. Beitrage zum Problem des 
electrischen Fernsenens. [Dussddorf. 
1891.] Illus. 3926,8s 
McGill college and university. 
Department of applied science. 

rapers. i. Montreal, 1896. = *3943.77 
Department of engineering. 
Papers. No. i. Montreal, 1898. = 

Sabin, Alvah Horton. 

Painting to prevent corrosion. N. Y. [1898.] 

84 pp. Pis. 4099.119 

Warman, Cy. 

The story of the railroad. N. Y., 1898. Pis. 

^aps. [Story of the West series.] 



Bailey, Liberty Hyde, j'r. 

Sketch of the evolution of our native fruits. 

N. Y., 1898. Illus. Portrs. 399^.136 

Goldney, G., editor. 

The Royal gardens, Kew, in all seasons of 

the year. [London, 1898?] (40) pp. Illus. 

Olive growing for profit in the healthiest cli- 
mate in the world, at El Toro, Southern 
California. [Anon.] [Los Angeles? 1896?] 
47 pp. Illus. Maps. = 3999.173 

Romero, Matias. 
Coffee and India-rubber culture in Mexico. 
N. Y., 1808. 4461.137 

Sutcliffe, J.UT 
Profitable poultry farming. London, 1897. 
Illus. 4008.225 

Military and Naval Art, Science, 
and History. 

Boothby, Charles. 

A prisoner of France. The memoirs, diary, 

and correspondence of Charles Boothby, 

captain royal engineers, during his last 

campaign. London, 1898. Illus. Portr. 


Castellane, Esprit Victor Elisabeth Boniface 


Campagnes de Crimee, d' Italic, d'Afrique, 

de Chine et de Syrie, 1849-1862. Lettres 

adressees au Mar^chal de Castellane par 

les marechaux Baraguey d'Hilliers, Niel, 

Bosquet, P61issier, Canrobert, Vaillant, 

etc. Paris, 1898. Maps. 4663.27 

Groff, J. C. 

How to obtain admission to Annapolis, 

West Point, the navy or the Schoolship 

of St. Mary's. Also, a directory of the 

leading military schools. N. Y., i&^. 

74, (2) pp. Pis. 595932 

Social life in the British anny. By "a British 
officer." N. Y., 1899. rls. 6527.39 

Spears, John Randolph. 
Our navy in the war with Spain. N. Y., 
1898. Portrs. Illus. Maps. 44^aoa.75 

Amusements. Games, 


Des Courtils, Jean, comte. 
fiquitation. Les moyens de dressage com- 
bines avec les r^les d'^quitation. Paris, 
1898. 4006.156 

Drybrough, T. B. 
Polo. London, 1898. Illtis. Portrs. 

Foster, Robert F. 
Foster's duplicate whist N. Y. [1894.] 


Jeffery, J. 

Croquet. By Straw Hat [pseud.]. London. 

[1898.] 63, (i) pp. Illus. 4009.230 

Washington, D. C. 

Report of the Director of physical training 

[Rebecca Stoneroad]. 18^6-97. Wash- 

mgton, 1897. 22 pp. = *4007.I74 


In English. 

Altsheler, Joseph A. 

A herald of the West. An American story 

of 1811-1815. N. Y., 1898. 67.242 

Child, Frank Samuel. 

A runtan wooinff. A tale of the great 

awakening in New England. N. Y. 

[1898J 67.247 

Gibbon, Charles. 
The dead heart. A tale of the Bastille. 

London, 1889. 
Fancy free. London, 1891. 54*9 

The flower of the forest London. [1889. 



Heart's delight. London, 1888. 

A heart's problem. London, 1884. 

In love and war. London, 1893. 
Lagerlof, Selma. 

The story of Gosta Berling. Translat 
from tne Swedish by Pauline Bancro 
Flach. Boston, 1898. 1027.1 

Roberts, Charles George Douglas. 

A sister to Evangeline. Bemg the story c 
Yvonne de Lamourie, and now she wee: 
into exile with the villagers of Grand P: 
Boston, 1898. Map. 67. 

Scully, William Charles. 

Between sun and sand. A tale of an Afri 
desert. London, 1898. 56.2 

In French. 

Bulwer-Lytton, Sir Edward George Ea: 
Lytton. I St baron Lytton. 


Les derniers jours de Pomp^i. Traduit . . . 
sous la direction de P. Lorain. Paris, 

X893. 6574.29 

Daudet» Julia, n^e AUard. 
Joum^es de femmes. Alines. Paris, 1808. 


In German. 

Andrejanoff, Viktor von. 
Pater Johannes und andere Novellen. Leip- 
zig. [1898.] 4896.50.390 
Brentano, Fritz. 
Heitere Geschichten. 3tes Bandchen. Leip- 
zig. [1893.1 4896.50.313 
Heitere Geschichten. 4tes Bandchen. Leip- 
zig. [1894.] 4896.50.331 
Heitere Geschichten. 5tes Bandchen. Leip- 
zig. [1898.] 4896.50.389 
J6kai, Mor. 
Die guten alten T4blabir6s. Roman. Aus 
dem Ungarischen iibersetzt von T. Kirffy. 
Leipzig. [1898.] 4896.50.390 
Poetzl, Eduaro. 
Hoch vom Kahlenberp:. Heitere und emste 
Skizzen aus dem Wiener Leben. Leipzig. 
[1898 J 4896.50.391 
Schmid, Hermann Theodor von. 
Der Bauemrebell. Roman aus der Tiroler- 

geschichte. Leipzig. [1878?] 2879.49 

TjrroU i6th century. Reign of Ferdinand i. of 

Das Schwalberl. Ein Bauernroman aus dem 
oberbaierischen Gebirg. 2. Aufl. Leip- 
zig. [1867?] 6899.170 
Singer, Friedricn. 
Voran die Liebel Kleine Geschichten von 
S. Fritz [Pseud.]. 2. Auflage. Leipzig. 



Spielhagen, Friedrich. 

Herrin. Novelle. Leipzig, 1899. 
AVestkirch, Luise. 

Diebe. Leipzig. [1898.] 
V^ittmanUj Carl Friedrich, editor. 
Solo-Spiele. 7tes Bandchen. 



In Spanish. 

Arrom, Cecilia Boehl de. 
Cuadros de costumbres. Por Fernan Caba- 
llero [pseud.]. Leipzig, 1873. **D 260a. 106 
Cuatro novelas. Leipzig, 1885. **D.26oa.i09 
Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel de. 
Novelas ejemplares. Leipzig, 1883. 

Gtiell y Rente, Tos^. 
Tradiciones de America. Paris, 1861. 

4369a. 158 

Associations. Clubs. 


Fortnightly, The. Jamestown, N. Y. 
[Programmes of meetings for] 1898-1899. 
Scotland, its history and romance. [James- 
town, 1898.] Illus. = 4379a. 128 
Hull yacht club. 
[List of members, constitution, by-laws, 
etc.] Boston, 1897. Pis. = ♦4006.170 
Phi Beta Kappa society. Yale college. 
Catalogue of members (1853-1898). [New 

Haven.] 1898. 

^4486.9 (1853-98) 

Periodicals. Annuals, 



Cartera cubana. La. Director Vicente An- 
tonio de Castro. Tomo i. Julio, 1838. 
Habana, 1838. *736i.23 

Zeman, Johann. 

Inhalt der mechanisch-technischen Zeit- 

schriften, umfassend das gesammte Gebiet 

des Maschinenwesens. 1890-95. Berlin. 

[1890-97.] *40ioa.2o6 



United States. 

A bill (H. R. 11022} for the reorganization 
of the army of the United States. 

Report of Mr. Hull on the bill; and testimony 
taken by the committee on military affairs. 

Agriculture, Department of, 

Greathouse, Charles H. 
Historical sketch of the U. S. Department 
of Agriculture; its objects and present or- 
ganization. Washington, 1898. = 3995*41 

Thompson, George Fayette. 

Index to the annual reports of the U. S. 
Department of Agriculture for 1837 to 
1893, inclusive. Washington, 1896. = 

Division of Accounts. 
Fiscal regulations of the U. S. Depart- 
ment of Agriculture. Washington, 1898. = 

Industrial Commission. 
Handbook, act, members, officers, commit- 
tees. Washington, 1898. = ♦933I-0973-A 
Interior Department. 
Commission to the five civilized tribes in the 
Indian territory. 
Report to the Secretary of the Interior. 
1898. Washington, 1898. 9970.5 

Geological Survey. 
Extracts from the 19th annual report on 
the mineral resources of the United States, 
1897. Washington, 1898. = 9549-973 

Namely: — Bincenbme, John. Production of 
iron ores. Peale, A. C. Production of mineral 
waters. Newberry and Cummings. Production 
of cement. Production of Fullers earth. Min- 
eral resources of Hawaii. 
Bagg, Rufus Mather, jr. 
The cretaceous Foraminifera of New 
Jersey. Washington ,1898. ♦7872.55.88 
Gninsky, Carl Ewald. 
Irrigation near Fresno, California. 
Washington, 1898. = ♦^95)4.20. 18 

Irrigation near Bakersfield, California. 
Washington, 1898. = 3994.20.17 

Bureau of Indian Affairs. 
Rules for the Indian School Service. 
Washin^on, 1898. = 4463.194 

New Mexico. Mme Inspector. 

Annual report ... for the year ended 
June 30, 1897. Washington, 1897. = 

Navy Department. 
Report of the Judge-advocate-general to the 
Secretary of the Navy for 1897. Washing- 
ton, 1897. = 9353.7- 

Treasury Department 
Internal Revenue Office. 
Revised regulations concerning taxes on 
tobacco, snuff, and cigars under the re- 
vised statutes of the United States as 
amended by subsequent acts. August, 
1808. Washington, 1898. = ♦9356.27-2 
War Department 
Drill regulations for coast artillerr. United 
States army. Washington, iteo. 2 v. = 

Ordnance Bureau (War). 
Description and rules for the management 
of the U. S. magazine rifle and carbine. 
Calibre 30. Washington, 1898. = 5956^ 
Signal Office. 
Property and general regulations of the 
Signal Corps. Washington, 1898. = 


Separate States. 

Alabama Bryce insane hospital reports, 
1878-1898. = *78o2.6a 

Idaho. Secretary of State. 
Official manual for 1895/6. Compiled by L 
W. Garrett. [Boise City, 1896.] = 

Department of Vital Statistics. 
Annual report, ist-5th, upon the births, 
marriages, divorces and deaths in the 
state, iS92-iSg6. Augusta, 1894-98. = 


Massachusetts. Governor. 
Address of His Excellency William QafUn, 
to the two branches of the Legislature of 
Massachusetts, Jan 9, 1869. Boston. i85pi 
= ♦^3sdJ3 

Newton. City Council. 
Eliot anniversary, 1646-1896. City of New- 
ton, memorial exercises, Nov. 11, 189^ 
Newton, 1896. 435i>M4 

North Dakota. 
Commissioner of Agriculture and Labor. 
Biennial report, 5th, 1896-96. Bismarck, 
1898. = *963a9784 

Ohio. Secretary of State. 
Federal, state and county officers. 189B. 
Norwalk, O., 1897. = 93S3.97II- 

Rhode Island. 
Providence. City Auditor. 
Annual report showing the receipts and 
expenditures of the city. 1896. With a 
schedule of the city property. ProTidence, 
1898. *tS3<|0ii4 



Milwaukee. Public Museum. 
Annual report of the Board of Trustees. 
1st, 4th, 5th, 7th-i2th, 14th, isth. 1882/83, 
85/86, 86/87, 88/89-93/5>4, 95/96, 96/97- 
Milwaukee, 1883-^. 7813.35 


Australia, Western. Patent Office. 

Patent rules. Rules relating to applications 
for patents for inventions and proceedings 
thereon . . . Compiled by R. G. Fer- 
guson. Perth, 1898. = Patent Room 
Finance Department 
List of shareholders in the chartered 
banks, as on the 31st of December, 1897. 
Ottawa, 1898. = *7034.22 
Canada public accounts for the fiscal year 
ended 30th June, 1898. Ottawa, 1899. 

Insurance Branch. 

Report of the Superintendent of Insur- 
ance for 1881-1897. Ottawa, 1882-98. = 

Commissioners to in(][uire into the alleged 
grievances of the pilots of the district of 
Montreal. Report. Ottawa, 1898. 


Documents diplomatiques. Affaires du 
Haut-Nil et du Bahr-el-Ghazal. [Fashoda 
incident] Paris, 1898. 0962.6-2 

Projet de loi portant 6tablissement d'un im- 

got general sur le revenue, presente par 
I. P. Peytral, Ministre des Finances, oc- 
tobre 1898. 9336.2444 

Die deutsche Handels-Statistik: Gam-£in- 
fuhr und Ausfuhr in den Jahren 1889 bis 
1897. Berlin, 1898. = *9677.43 

Amtliche Mittheilungen aus den Jahres- 
berichten der Gewerbe-Aufsichtsbeamten 
XXII, Jahrgang 1897. Berlin, 1898. 


Statistik der Reichstagswahlen von 1898 

nebst einer kartographischen Darstellung. 

Berlin, 1898. = ♦9943.0&1 

Zeitschrift des K. sachsischen statistischen 

Bureaus. 1860-1866; 1870-1898. 

Great Britain. 

Correspondence respecting the Proposal of 

His Majesty the Emperor of Russia for a 

conference on armaments. London, 1899. 

Further correspondence with the French 
government respecting Madagascar. Lon- 
don, 1899. *0969-P9 
Papers relating to the British South Africa 

Company. 9968.13 

X. Southern Rhodesia order in council, dated ao 
October, 1808. xi. Proclamation, dated 25 Nov. 
X89B, promulgating native regulations for South- 
ern Rhodesia, xxt. Proclamation, dated 25 Nov. 
X898, making provision for an electoral system in 
Southern Rhodesia, xv. Draft of a supplemental 
charter of the British South Africa company. 
London, 1899. 


Commissioner of Patents. 
Patents for inventions. Subject-matter in- 
dex of specifications of patents numbered 
as of A.D. 1896. London, 1898. 

Patent Room 
Board of Trade. Labor Department. 
Report by the Chief Labour Correspon- 
dent on Trade Unions in 1897 with com- 
parative statistics for 1892-18915. London, 
1898. *933i0942 

Hawaii. Bureau of Immigration. 
Report, 1896/97. Honolulu, 1898. = 

Further correspondence relative to the con- 
tract for the sale of the government rail- 
way, and for other purposes. *9385.97i8 


Alliance nationale pour Taccroissement de la 
population francaise. Programme, statuts 
et compte-rendu des travaux, 1897-98. 
Paris, 1898. = 9312.944 

Fueros, privilegios, franquezas y libertades 
del m. n. y. m. 1. sefiorio de Vizcaya. Bil- 
bao, 1897. 5625.20 

Denner, Richard. 
Bedeutung und Ziele deutscher Weltpolitik. 
Minden i. W., 1898. 9327.43 

Der Entwurf eines Hypothekenbaugesitzes 
kritisch beleuchtet von einem Praktiker. 
Berlin, 1898. 9332.311 

Grundbuchordnung ftir das deutsche Reich. 
Textausgabe n^it kurzen Anmerkungen 
und Sachregister. Hrsg. von Karl Pan- 
nier. Leipzig. [1898.] No. 5 in 4896.50.390 

Hofer, Adolf Neumann-. 
Die Entwicklung der Sozialdemokratie bei 
den Wahlen zum deutschen Reichstage. 
Zweite Ausgabe. Berlin, 1898. 9335.51 

Jahres-Bericht der Handelskammer zu Miin- 
chen Gladbach pro 1897. M. Gladbach, 
1898. = *938i.4342-^ 

Jahresbericht der Handelskammer zu Saar- 
briicken ftir 1897. Saarbhicken, 1898. = 


Jahresbericht der Handelskammer zu Strass- 
burg fiir das Jahr 1897. Strassburg, 1898. 

= ♦9381.4344 

Levasseur, Pierre fimile. 
L' agriculture aux fitats-Unis. Pr^c^d^ d'une 
note de M. H. L. de Vilmorin. Paris, 

1894. = 9338.173 

Note sur la valeur de la production brute 

agricole de la France. Paris, 1891. 

Notions d'^conomie politique [pour des 

61^ves d'ecole primairel. = 9330.2 

Le salariat et le salaire. [Comite de defense 

et de pr ogres social.] Paris. = 9331-2 
Milliet, E.-W. 
Apergu sur le monopole de Talcool en 

Suisse. 1898. = 9336.10- 

Le monopole fiscal des spiritueux distilles. 

Bruxelles, 1898. = 9336.19-2 


Rapport sommaire sur les relations entre le 
monopole de I'alcool et I'agriculture en 
:' Suisse. Lausanne, 1898. = 935^19-3 

St fftra y Cabera, Andres. 

E\ contrato de segura de vida. Havana, 1808. 

Statistik der Neubauten, der leerstehenden 
Wohnungen, des Grundstuckswerthes and 
des Grundbesitzwechsels. Charlottenburg, 
1898. = ♦M14.31S 


Schriften der Centralstelle for Vorberettung 
von Handelsver tr age n . Berlin, 1898-^9. 

t. Vosberg-Rckow. Dm bntiach Wdtretcli vad 
der denttclie Wchbcwcrb. 11. Swtoriiu ytm 
WahcnhAtttca. DMUcfaland vad die Hiwlrlt 
politik der Vcreinicten Stuten von Amcriki. 
I II. V oraberg-Rekow. Die Politik der Huddt- 
vertrftKC in Diren Gnmdsficen n en ii f l nf i iilini 
dargestellt. tv. Voeberf-Rekow. I>ie amtlidtt 
Suuttik des Dctttschcn Aossenlvuidels. v. 
Brmndt M. von. China and aeine Handdfbc- 
siehoncen ram Antlaade mit bctondercr Bc> 
rftcktioitiffianc der 





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This List was compiled for use in connection with a lecture delivered by Professor 
lliam T. Sedgwick, on February 6, in the Central Course No. 2 6f the Free Municipal 
:tures held in the Old Public Library building. 

The work now under way for supplying water to Boston and adjacent 
ies and towns constituting the Metropolitan Water District is outlined in 
t Annual Reports of the Metropolitan Water Board, which form a part of 
t Massachusetts Public Documents, and are also separately published. 
lis Board was constituted by the Legislature following the comprehensive 
^port of the Massachusetts State Board of Health upon a Metropolitan 
ter supply, February, 1895, in which the projects for obtaining water from 
ke Winipiseogee, the Nashua river and other sources are considered. In 
t reports of the Cochituate, Mystic, and Boston Water Boards is given an 
:ount of the Boston water supply system, with a history of the undertaking, 
lese documents are in some cases enriched with maps and illustrations. 
le collection may be seen at the Bates Hall Desk. The action of the City 
vemment may be traced in the Index to the City Documents, 1834 to 1897. 
le first document mentioned in that Index is the report of Loammi Bald- 
n in 1834. This document, the report of Daniel Treadwell in 1825, and 

* Message of Mayor Lyman in 1834 are of especial importance. The titles 
many other early publications may be found in the Card Catalogue of the 
►ston Public Library, and in convenient form in the Bulletin of the Library 

• July, 1894. The Annual Reports of the City Engineer who constructed 
; Boston system may be examined [*6357.56], and the City Council Pro- 
edings as far as printed since 1868 [*6350.2] ; also the City Laws and 
dinances since 1850 [*635i. 80-104], especially the important edition of 
76 [*635i.93]. For other material relating to the Boston Water-Supply 
isult the Special Laws of Massachusetts, from vol. 2 of the Private and 
ecial Statutes (pp. 19 and 76) to the present time [*6440a.27] ; partly col- 
ted in Special statutes . . . relating to the City of Boston, 1897 [*6355.66]. 
e Library has recently obtained an autograph document on vellum, being 
Indenture given to the Company of the Waterworks to lay and main- 

n a conduit "in the street now called or knowne by the name of Conduit 
eet" (Union Street) f**G.38o.29], (printed in Suffolk Deeds, vi, 21-24 pp. 
^455.50, Book 6]). It has been called the beginning of the Boston Water 
Dries, pursuant to the incorporation of 1652. A rfval conduit was started 
Capt. Keajme (Boston Record! Commissioners, vol. 10, p. 9) but came to 
thing. The conduit of 1652 lasted until the Revolution. The Act of In- 
poration of the Water- Works Co. is in the Massachusetts Colonial Ree- 
ls, vol. 4, part I, p. 99 [*23«5o.2, vol. 4, part i]. The following illustrated 
iclcs are popular reading : "How Boston gets its water," by Fletcher Os- 



good, in the New England magazine, new series, vol. 14, June, 1896, and 
"Greater Boston's New reservoir," by Charles H. Bemis, in Harper's Weekly, 
vol. 41, Jan. 16, 1897. These may be found in the Periodical Room ot 
the Boston Public Library. The figures added indicate shelf-numbers at the 
Boston Public Library. 

Boston. Cochituate Water Board. 
Annual report, 1850-1876. 21 vols. With 
plates and maps. '^63^7.20 

Fxirther reports are under the Boston Water 

Communications of the Cochituate Water 
Board to the City Council [on the present 
condition and future wants of the water 
works. City document, no. 76, 1865]. 


Report of committee to the Cochituate 
Water Board respecting estimates (or the 
new reservoir. [City document, no. 85, 
1865.1 *634oa.2 

Report of the Cochituate Water Board to 

tne City Council. Additional supplv of 

water. [City document, no. 29, 1873.] 

With 2 plates. *6357.53 

Charlestown. Mystic Water Board. 

ist-iith annual report. 1865-1876. ♦6351.54 

Reports 1-8 are made to the City Council 01 
Charlestown. For reports after 1S76 see Boston 
Water Board. 

Boston. Water Board. 

ist-ipth annual report, for the year ending 
April, 1877 through the year ending Jan., 
1895. 19 vols. Plates. *0355.So 

Later reports are under Boston Water Depart- 

Boston water works. Additional supply 
from Sudbury river. Boston, 1882. With 
69 plates. Folio size. *3940.I4 

Cochituate and Sudbury water supply. Its 
present and future development. Boston, 
1884. With map. 5942-32 

Boston. Water Department 

ist-3d annual report of the Water Com- 
missioner, 1895/96-1897/98. With maps 
and diagrams. *6355.52 

The Water Department succeeded the Water 
Board. . 

The cost of the Boston system of water works is 
reported by the Auditor of Boston in his annual 
reports, which give also an annual inventory (1898, 
p. 394, etc.). 

Massachusetts. State Board of Health. 

Report upon a Metropolitan water supply, 
February, 1895. 270 pages, with many 
maps. [House document, no. 500.] 

♦6423.50.1895, no. 500 

The twenty-seventh annual report of this Board, 
1895 [•6457.16, 37th report], gjives the results of the 
examination as to the purity of the water sup- 
plies of Boston and other cities and towns in the 

Metropolitan Water Board. 

ist-3d annual report of the Metropolitan 
Water Board. Jan. i, 1896-Jan., 1898. 
With maps and illustrations. *6457.3o 

General information regarding: the Metro- 
politan Water Works. April, 1898. 

. *6457.3i 
The cost of the Metropolitan system is reported 
by the Auditor of the Commonwealth in his an- 
nual reports. 

Collection of maps on the water supply and 
drainage of boston. In portfolios. 

♦Map 38.2 

Treadwell, Daniel. 

Report made to the Mayor and Aldermen 

of the City of Boston, on the subject of 

supplying the inhabitants of that cm with 

water. 1825. 32 pages. * 

Baldwin, LoammL 

Report of Loammi Baldwin, engineer, on 
the subject of introducing pure water into 
the city. [Common Council, document 
no. 12, 1834. 1 

A second edition was puhlithed in ifllss. 

Lyman, Theodore, jr., Mayor. 
Communication to the City Council on the 
subject of introducing water into the City. 

1834. 6353^ 

Eddy, Robert H. 
Report on the introduction of soft water 
into the City of Boston. Boston, 1836. 

*63S3.2; *634(ML2 
Celebration of the introduction oTthe water of 
Cochituate Lake into the Citv of Boston, 
October 25, 1848. Boston, 1848. 

No. 3 in *634oa.2 
Baldwin, George R., and Charles L. Steves- 
Report on supplying the City of Charles- 
town with pure water: made for the City 
Council [of Charlestown]. Boston, i860. 

77 pp. *4354-i9 

Bradlee, Nathaniel J. 

History of the introduction of pure water 
into the City of Boston, with a descrip- 
tion of its Cochituate Water Works. With 
map and plans. Boston, 1868. 

633oa.2; ♦♦6(33oa.6 

Report of the Joint Standing Committee of 
the City Council, with report of the Ci^y 
Engineer relating to an additional supply 
of water. [City document, 1874, no. ^] 
With map. 5941^ 

Fitz Gerald, Desmond. 
History of the Boston water works from 
1868 to 1876 .Being a supplement to a 
"History of the introduction of pure water 
into the City of Boston [by ^f. J. Brad- 
lee].'' Boston, 1876. With maps, plans 
and illustrations. *633oa.s; '•6330a.8 

Description of the Boston water works. Uha- 
trated. Chicago. Office of Engineering 
news. 1878. 5943*53 

Commissioners on the investigation of water 
supply. Report [City docttment, i88l3^ 
no. 129.] S9W*' 

Fitz Gerald, Desmond. 
Report on the capacity of the Sudbury rhrer 
and Lake Cochituate water-shc^ds in time 
of drought. Boston, 1887. With maps 
and diagrams. 5943^ 

A short description of the Boston wattr* 
works. Boston, 1895. With map and 
plates. 5SN^ 

Index to the [Boston] city docttments, 1834 
to 1897. [Boston, 1897- *635^lAte 


i>^ I 

This List was compiled for use in conn<iction with a lecture delivered by Mr. C. 
Howard Walker, on February 24, in the Central Course No. 2 of the Free Municipal Lec- 
tures held in the Old Public Library building. 

In 1894 the Public Library published a Catalogue of its books relating 
to architecture, construction and decoration, and such readers as desire a 
comprehensive list of titles on these subjects will find this catalogue useful. 
The following books are recommended as giving a general view of the in- 
terest in and development of civic achitecture in this country and in some 
European countries, and as showing the importance which the subject is as- 
suming. The great mass of information and suggestion upon this matter is 
to be found in periodical literature, and such periodicals as the Allgemeine 
Bauzeitung [*4090.20i], the Builder [*4i04.2oi], the Nouvelles annales de 
la construction [*40i 2.208], the Revue generale de Tarchitecture des tra- 
vaux publics [*409i.2o6] should be consulted. Articles from one or two 
such publications have been used in this list, and the number could be ex- 
tended almost indefinitely. 

An index to a collection of photographs and plans of library buildings 
has been printed by the Public Library, and it may be seen upon application. 
In the Bates Hall catalogue, the heading Public works, under the names 
of countries and cities, as well as the heading Fine Arts — Architecture, will 
show some interesting treatments of this topic. The great work of Belgrand, 
for instance, Les travaux souterrains de Paris [*5940.2], considers the water- 
supply of that city largely on its artistic side — the acqueducts, fountains, 
&c. The books and articles referred to below are almost all quite fully illus- 
trated, although for the most part special mention has been made of the fact 
only in cases where the plates form a principal part of the work. 

The figures added indicate the shelf-numbers of the volumes in the 
Boston Public Library- 
Anderson, R. Persius . . . Zusammengestellt aus dem 
Examples of the municipal, commercial and Architektonischen Skizzenbuch. Berlin, 
street architecture of France and Italy, iggi. ♦L.20.8 
from the 12th to the 15th century. Lon- Baudenkmaeler, Die, in Frankfurt am Main, 
don. [1870-75] 103 pis. , ♦*<«090.72 Lief 1,3. Frankfurt a. M., 1895, 97- 2 v. 
Architekten- und Ingenieur-Verem fiir Elsass- nius. Pis. Plans. 4102.72 
Lothringen, Strassburg. Baumeister, Reinhard. 
Strassburg und seme Bauten. Strassburg, Moderne Stadterweiterungen. Hamburg, 
189^ iTlus. Pis. Plans. 8093.122 1887. No. 5 m ♦5216.5C.N.F.2 
Architckten-Verem, Berlm. • Stadterweiterungen in technischer baupoli- 
Bcrlm und seme Bauten. Berlm, 1896. 3 v. zeilicher und wirthschaftlicher Beziehung. 

^ *° ?,.r A.u u 'iA' A A ^-'^^ Berlin, 1876. 356357 

Art and life, and the buildmg and decoration Bell E H 

^\ ^\^^^1J '"^T* ^y^*"I?K-!^^ members ^^ j^ municipal decoration. (In Harper's 
of the Artsand crafts exhibition society. Weekly. Vol. 38, p. 401. N. Y., 1894) 

WSSlwS^Of public n>ace„ paries a^fc ^. , „ „ Periodical Room 

dens by Blomfield, Of the decoration of public BlSnop, Henry rl. 

Imildings by Crane. Of beautiful cities . by Pictorial architecture of France. London. 

LeChaby, Of colour in the architecture of cities ^g^^ *40QI.6o 

Antwahl von° Park- und Gartenverzierungen. Pictorial architecture of Greece and Italy. 
Entworfen und ausgestellt von SchinkeV London, 1887. 8092.97 

88 March 

Pictorial architecture of the British Isles. Sturgis, Russell 

London. [1883.] 8092.16 The building of the modem city house. (In 

Cawston, Arthur. Harper's new monthly magmzine. -VoL 

A comprehensive scheme for street improve- 98, pp. 579-594. New Yorkj 1899.) 

ments in London. London, 1893. Periodical Room 

♦8011.148 Tarbell, Ida M. 

French, Allen. In the streets of Paris. (In New England 

Municipal art in Italy. (In New England Magazine. VoL 15, pp. 249-^72. Boston, 

magazine. Vol. 24, pp. 33-5^. Boston, 1894.) Periodical Room 

1898.) Periodical Room Vacjuer, Theodore. 

Municipal art in the Netherlands. (In New Batiments scolaires recemment construits 

England magazine. Vol. 24, pp. 267-286. en France, et propres i servir de types 

Boston, 1898I) Periodipal Room pour les Edifices de ce genre. Ivis. 

C^baude fiir Erziehung, Wissenschaft und I1864.I *4ioa79 

Kunst Darmstadt, 1889. FHandbuch der Visconti^ Ludovic. 

Architektur. Th. 4, Halb-Bd. 6, Heft 1.I Fontaines monumentales constmites i Paris 

8002.52.6(1) et proiet^es pour Bordeanic Paris, 1870. 

Gebaude fur Verwaltung, Rechtspflege und Cab.8oL25.2 

Gesetzgebung; Militarbauten. Darmstadt, Voiart, Jacques Philippe. 

1887. fHandbuch der Architektur. Th. 4. Monumens des victoires et conqu^tes des 

Halb-fid. 7.1 ♦8092.52.7 Francis. Paris, 1822. 100 pis. 

Gerstenberg, Adolf. ^46140.1; ^4630.17 

Die stadtischen Schulbauten Berlins. Berhn, Waring. J. B. 

1871. Pis. ♦Cab.60.42.3 On the laving out of cities. (In Royal in- 

Gibson. Louis H. stitute of British architects, rapers. Ses- 

Architecture and the people. (In New Eng- sion 1872/73. Pp. 141-155. London, 1873.) 

land Magazine. Vol. 24, pp. 21-25. Bos- 4090.289.1872^3 

ton, 1898.) Periodical Room Wheelwright, Edmund March. 

Goecke, Theodor. Municipal architecture in Boston. Part i, 2. 

Sociale Aufgaben der Architektur. i: Die Boston, 1898. Cab.60. 133.x 

Architektur socialer Wohlfahrts-Anstalt- White. W. W. 

en. Darmstadt, 1895. 80903.132.6 Architecture and public buildings. Paris 

Goodhue, W. F. and London. London, 1884. 4095.68 

Municipal improvements. 2d edition. N. Y., Wiener Monumental-Bauten. Wien, ire5-9a 

1894. Pis. Plans. 3567.154 Contents. — 1. Das K. k. Hof-OpernlMus. 80 pis. 

Johns Hopkins hospital, Baltimore. x Der K. k. Ju.t«.P.I.rt.^^' 

Hospital plans. N. Y., 1875- 3762.54 ' CaCio!!^* 

Krafft, Jean Charles. 3* Dms K. k. Reichsn^s-Gebiude. 

Plans des plus beaux jardins pittoresques de ^7 p}«. . <>l».6i».so.3 

France, d'Anglcterre et dTLllemagne, et 4. Die K. k. UniTenitit. ^jjK 

des Wifices, monumens, fabriques, etc., 5. Die VotiT-Klrche. s7 pis. 

qui concourrent i leur embellissement. CaI».6oi5o.s 

Paris, 1809, 10. 2 V. ♦L.61.22 Young, W. 

Municipal affairs. Quarterly, f Municipal art The municipal buildings, Glasgo w. Glas- 

number.] Vol. 2, no. i. N. Y., 1898- Kow, 1890. Pis. ♦♦•8090.73 
• 4096.86=3563.170.2 

This contains an article on Fublic art m Ameri- 
can cities. Civic treatment of color and Civic 
architecture from its constructive side, by Lamb, 

The city's plan by Harder, Municipal sculpture The following articles are taken from tlie Arcbi- 

by Bitter. tectural Record. They may be obtained by prefbdng 

Narjoux, F61ix. the shelf -number [^ogca^j] to the volume desired. 

Architecture communale. Paris, 1870, 80. 

3 V in 2 222 pis *8ioi.57 Adler, Dankmar. 

Paris! Monuments ^l^v^s par la ville 1850- ^ The Chicago Auditorium. VoL i, p. 415. 

80. Paris, 1880-83. 4 V. Cab.60.97.1 American Architecture. Vol. 2, p. los 

Ogden W S Architectural aberrations. 

Studies in mercantile architecture. London, The Edison building. Vol. i, p. 134- 

1876. 50 pis. 4100.53 The Philadelphia Record building. Vol. i. 

Petit Victor P- ^'• 

Pares et jardins des environs de Paris. The Real Estate exchange, Brooklyn. VoL 

N. d. 50 colored pis. *3990.50 i» £• 40.i. . ,,. , 

Smith, Helen Ainslie. The Peddie Memorial church, Newark. VoL 

The wonderful cities of the worid. N. Y. 2, p. 89. 

[igg^,] 2275.59- The Daily Record building, Baltimore, Md. 

Stevenson, J J. Vol. 2, p. 213. 

On laying out streets for convenience of The Government and the Worid's Fair. Vol. 

traffic and architectural effect. (In Royal ^,^» P- 333- ^ .,^. ^ , . ,^ , 

institute of British architects. Transac- The Fagm building, St Louis. VoL a, p. 

tions. New series, vol. 5, PP- 89-104. 470. , 

London, 1889.) 4090.289.n.s.5 The Chicago Board of trade. Vol. 3. p. 97- 

Stuebben, Josef. The Hale building, Phila. Vol. 3,. p. »7. 

Der Stadtebau. Darmstadt, 1800. [Hand- The new Criminal court buildmg. New 

buch der Architektur. Th. 4, Halb-Bd. 9.] ^ York. Vol. 3, p. 429. , 

*So92.52.9 The Medmah temple. Vol. 4, p. 83. 


College of St Francis Xavier. Vol. 4, p. 

The Cairo. Vol. 

City Hall. J[ersey City! N. J. Vol. 5i J>. 17- 
he Salvati* 

^i p. 77. . 

The Salvation Army building, 

/ol. 5iJ>. 
. N. yT 


Architecture in St Louis, Mo. Vol. 5, p. 594. 
Calonne, Alphonse de. 

Modem hospitals in Europe. Vol 6, p. 29. 
Croly, Herbert D. 

Art and life. Vol. i, p. 219. 
Flagg, Ernest 

Influence of the French school on architec- 
ture in the United States. Vol. 4, p. 211. 
Fryer, Wm. J. 

The New York building law. Vol. i, p. 69. 
Hubert, Pirrson & Hoddick. 

New York flats and French flats. Vol. 2, 

P- 55* 
Jenkins, Charles E. 

The University of Chicago. Vol. 4, p. 229. 
Kerr, Robert 
Problem of national American architecture. 

Vol. J, p. X2I. 

New York City Hall competition — a protest 

Vol. J, p. 213. 
Saelio, Maurice. 
City apartment houses in Paris. Vol. 5, p. 


The followiiiffarticles are taken from the Engineer- 
tag magazine. They may be obtained by prefixing the 
ahelf-nomber [^oioa.^] to the volume detired. 

Adler, Dankmar. 
Tali office buildings — Past and future. Vol. 

Aiken, William Martin. 
The architecture of our government build- 
ings. Illus. Vol. 12, p. 815. 
Capper. S. H. 
The American tall building from a European 

point of view. Vol. 14, p. 239. 
De Wolf. John. 
Beautiful Prospect park, Brooklyn. Illus. 

Vol. 3, p. 16. 
Landscape beauty at Newport. Illus Vol. 

2, p. .167. 
Possibilities of landscape gardening. Vol. 2, 

p. 21. 
Fcrree, Barr. 
City hall architecture in America. Vol. 4, 

p. 201. 
Museum building and arrangement. Illus. 

Vol. 2, p. 221. 
Value of good architecture in cities. Vol. 

10^ p. 671. 


Fletcher, Banister F. 

American architecture through English 
spectacles. Vol. 7, p. 314. 
Fnrer, William J. 

The need of uniform building laws. Vol. 5, 

p. 756. 
Gardner, K C. 
The architecture of bridge-building. Illus. 

Vol. II, p. 844. 
The architecture of modem hospitals. Illus. 

Vol. 9, p. 1086. 
The architecture of municipal buildings. 

Vol. 8, p. 609. 
Arraignment of American city architecture. 

Vol. 12, p. 30. 
~ School and school-house architecture. Vol. 

10, p. 478. 
Gibson, R. W. 
The architecture of modem bank buildings. 
Illus. Vol. 10, p. 1064; vol. ii| p. 4. 
Gilbert. Bradford L. 
The architecture of railroad stations. Illus. 

Vol. 9, p. 649. 
Picturesque suburban railroad stations. 
Illus. Vol. 2, p. 336. 
Hamlin, A. D. F. 
The tair building from an American point of 
view. Vol. 14, p. 436. 
Henry, Edward. 
What is the use of building laws? Wherein 
they are useful — a criticism. Vol. 2, p. 
Robinson, John Beverley. 
Tall office buildings of New York. Vol. i. 

p. 185. 
What is the use of a building law? Vol. i, 

p. 656. 
What is the use of building laws? Why I 
oppose building laws — A rejoinder. Vol. 
2, p. 246. 
Schuyler, Montgomery. 
Official architecture in America. Vol. 6, p. 
Sturgis, RusselL 
Lack of originality in architecture. Vol. 6, 

p. II. 
Architectural sculpture in America. Illus. 
Vol. 10, p. 883. 
Sullivan, Louis H. 
Ornament in architecture. Illus. Vol. 3, p. 

Taylor, James. 
History of terra-cotta in New York City. 

Vol. 2, p. 137. 
Terra cotta. Vol. i, p. 63. 
Twose, George M. R. 
The use of terra-cotta in modem buildings. 
Illus. Vol. 8, p. 203. 



■ ^»» ■ 

This List was compiled for use in connection with a lecture to be delivered by Mr. 
George G. Crocker on March 3, in the Central Course, No. 2, of the Free Municipal Lec- 
tures held in the Old Public Library building. 

It is intended in the following list to give a few titles of books and other 
publications of local interest, the subject of transportation in general being 
too voluminous to be dealt with here. 

The history of Passenger transportation in Boston is given in C. W. 
Ernst's Boston and transportation [4454.47], printed by the Bostonian So- 
ciety in their Proceedings for 1898, pp. 18-31, in which Mr. Ernst gives an 
account of the early days of coaching and dwells on transportation by water 
lines. A sketch of the progress in New England from the time of the stage 
coach to the present is traced by Josiah H. Benton, jr., in his Railroad trans- 
portation in New England [7650a. 77]. Shurtleffs edition of the Mass. 
Records and the various town records should be consulted for information 
regarding the early roads. Mr. C. F. Adams' writings should also be ex- 
amined. The turnpike system may be traced in the Mass. Acts and Resolves 
from 1802 to recent days. Information regarding the Winnisimmet Ferry, 
the oldest transportation line in the United States, may be found in Mass. 
and Boston records, Sewall and Chelsea papers. Much interesting matter 
regarding early methods of travel may be gleaned from the biographies of 
early Bostonians and New Englanders, and the writings of early travellers; 
among others those of Adams, Samuel Breck, Sarah Knight, Larochefou- 
cauld, Drayton, and Dwight may be mentioned ; the Winthrop papers pub- 
lished by the Massachusetts Historical society should also be consulted. 
Descriptions of the methods of conveyance in use before the introduction 
of the railway may be found in the histories of Boston and in advertisements 
in the early newspapers, and in the Massachusetts Register [*2349.i]. Other 
matters of interest concerning the stage lines with lists of stages and dis- 
tances may be found in early years of the Boston almanacs, and in Spofford's 
Gazetteer of Massachusetts, 1828 [*2383.9]. Fleet's Almanac and Register 
for 1794 is unique on Boston suburban travel lines and coaches [*2359.3.ii]. 
The annual reports of the various railroad companies terminating in Boston 
and those of the street railway companies in Boston will be found useful 
and may be consulted in the Library. The recent great development of 
electrical and street railroads may be studied in Johnston's Electrical and 
street railway directory [*396oa. 73], and the progress of steam locomotion 
from the earliest times is set forth pictorially in Pangbon;i*s World's rail- 
way [*8oio.i57]. 

The legislation on the subject may be found in Special Statutes of the 
Commonwealth relating to the City of Boston, passed prior to January i, 



1897 [*635S.66] , in the City Council Proceedings, 1868 to date [*63S0.2], 
and in City Laws and Ordinances since 1850 [*63Si. 80-104]. The Index 
of the special railroad laws of Massachusetts, 1 826-1 873, by Edward L. 
Pierce, will be found useful. A convenient Index to City documents, 1834 
to 1897, by James L. Hillard, may be found in the Bates Hall reference 
library [*6356.2]. 

Poor's Manual of the Railroads of the United States, which has reached 
its thirty-first annual number, gives elaborate statements of the condition 
of the steam surface railroads, and of street railways, as well as of the great 
corporations on which the railroads largely depend for material for trans- 
portation. The latest number is kept in the Bates Hall reference library. 
A collection of publications relating to steam communication between Bos- 
ton and other ports, domestic and foreign, is on shelf-number [*565oa.6]. 
The extent of the literature relating to railroads in general may be judged by 
Teggart's Catalogue of the Hopkins Railway library, published by the Leland 
Stanford Junior university in 1895 [*]. The library at that time con- 
tained 9,245 volumes. Illustrations of the cars, omnibuses and conveniences 
for passengers, and titles of articles not in the following list, may be found in 
the magazines to which references are given in the indexes to periodical lit- 
erature: Poole's Index to periodical literature, 1800-96 [*3i8oa.7], kept in 
the Bates Hall reference library and in the Periodical Room ; the Cumula- 
tive index, 1896 to date [*2i72.24], also kept in the Periodical Room; the 
Cooperative index to periodicals [*3i72.6] which with its continuation, the 
Annual literary index [*3 172.6], has been running since 1885 > ^^^ ^^^ Index 
to the periodicals of 1890-98 [**3 172.9], kept in the Bates Hall library, pub- 
lished annually by the Review of reviews. 

For other material consult the Bates Hall card catalogue under the 
names of the various City and State government Boards and Commissions, 
and the names of the railroad and other transportation companies, as: Bay 
State transportation league ; Boston and Albany railroad ; Boston and Chelsea 
railroad; Boston and Lowell railroad; Boston and Maine railroad; Boston 
and New York Air Line railroad ; Boston and Ontario railroad ; Boston and 
Providence railroad ; Boston and Worcester railroad ; Boston Board of Trade ; 
Boston Chamber of Commerce ; Boston, Hoosac Tunnel and Western rail- 
road; Boston Elevated railway company; Broadway railroad; Charlestown 
Branch railroad; Eastern railroad; Fitchburg railroad; Highland [street] 
railroad ; Hoosac Tunnel ; Massachusetts. Board of Railroad Commissioners ; 
Secretary of the Commonwealth; Massachusetts Central railroad; Mystic 
River railroad ; Marginal freight railroad ; Meigs Elevated railroad ; Metro- 
politan [street] railroad; Middlesex [street] railroad; New York and New 
England railroad ; Union railroad station (South) ; West End street railway ; 
Western railroad. 

The figures added indicate the shelf-numbers of the volumes in the 
Boston Public Library. 

Adams, C. F. 

The canal and railway enterprise of Boston. 
(In The memorial history of Boston. Vol. 
4, chapter 5, pp. 111-150. 1881.) 

B. H. Ref. 560.1.4 
Adams, Henry C. 
Transportation on railways 'in the New Eng- 
land states, 1879-1889. (U. S. Census 
bulletin. No. 46, 1891.) 4410a. 104 

American Traveller. 1825-1846. *79io.i 

Rich in transportation matter including stages 

and turnpikes. 
Ashcroft, J. 
Ashcroft's railway directory. 1863, etc. New 

York, 1863, etc. 5653-14 

Badger & Porter's stage register, 1827-32. 4 

numbers. Boston, 1827-32. ^^9oa.ii 

Contains an account of the principal lines of 
stages, steamboats, and canal packets in New 
England and New York state. 


Benton, Josiah H., jr. 
Closing argument before the Joint Railroad 
Committee, Massachuietts legislature, Apr. 
13 and 14, lispb, upon the bill to provide 
for a southern union passenger station in 
Boston. Boston, 1896. 7658.110 

Railroad transportation in New England. 
Boston, 1 1897 J. 765oa.77 

Bliss, G. 
Historical memoir of the Western railroad. 
Springfield, 1863. 7659.100 

Boston. City Clerk. 
The charters and locations of the several 
street railways in the city of Boston, 1869, 
79. 2 V. *634oa.i7 

Boston Board of Trade. 

Annual reports, 1855 to date. ^6348.31 

Boston Chamber of Commerce. 

Annual reports, 1886 to date. *565oa.65 
Boston Daily Advertiser. Newspapei Koom 

Contains full accounts of transpuriaiion matters 
up to about i86a 

Boston electric railway subway. The. Illus. 

(In The Electrical Engineer. Vol. 19, pp. 

532-534- New York, 1895.) ^796021.1.19 
Boston subway. The. Illus. i'lans. (In Street 

Railway Journal Vol. 14, pp. 493-500. 

New York, 1898. *40ii.237.i4 

Boston Transit Commission. 
ist-4th annual report 1895-99. Pis. Plans. 

The Boston subway. 1895. Plates. 7654.30 

Statement of the Subway Commission. 

[1894.] ♦c65oa.46 

The subway. What the Commissfon has 

done . . . 1895. 7656.69 

Bradley, Abraham, jr. 

Map of the United Sutes. [1825.] 

No. 2 in *Map 117.2 

Contains a list of stage lines from Boston. 

City of trains. Boston's mammoth station 
opened. Illus. (In The Boston Herald, 
Saturday morning, December 31, 1898.) 

Newspaper room 
Clarke, T. C. 
Rapid transit in cities. Illus. Maps. (In 
Scribner*s Magazine. Vol. 12, pp. 567- 
578* 743-758. New York, 1892.) 

Periodical room 
Crocker, George G. 
Index to the reports of the Board of Rail- 
road Commissioners of Massachusetts 
from 1870 to 1887, both inclusive. (In the 
19th annual report of the Board. 1888.) 

♦6453 13.1888 
The passenger traffic of Boston and the 
subway. Illus. (In The New England 
Magazine, new series, vol. 19, pp. 523- 
541. Boston, 1896.) Periodical room 

Cummings, Prentiss. 
Street railway system of Boston. (In Pro- 
fessional and industrial history of Suffolk 
county. 1894. Vol. 3, pp. 286-302.) 

♦4351.117.3; 3652.69 
Dearborn, H. A. S. 
An account of the reconnoissances and sur- 
veys, of routes of canals, between Boston 
harbour and Hudson river, made by N. 
Willis, E. Hoyt and H. A. S. Dearborn. 
1825. 4 V. Manuscript **G.35.35 

A folded map is inserted in vol. 4, and a number 
of maps drawn and colored by Mr. Dearborn 
kimself, arc scattered throusli tne volumet. 


Dcgrand, P. P. F. 
[Address] to the people of Massachusetts 
and to the friends oi railroads throughout 
the Union. [184a] '^'Pph. voL jSij 

Eddy, Caleb. 
An historical sketch of the Middlesex canaL 
lAnon.J 1843. 4J53-IS; 634ai6 

Elevated Railway. 
Boston Elevated Railway Company. 
Act to incorporate . . . and to promote 
rapid transit in Boston and vicinity. 

I1894.] *SfiS2^ 

Child, Linus M. 
"Shall the metropolis of New England 
have an elevated railway?" Argument 
before the legislative conunittee, on the 
petition for an act of incorporation for 
an elevated railway in Boston, Cam- 
bridge, Somerville, and Chelsea. Feb. 26^ 
X879. *8ca5.7 

Clarke, T. W. 
The Meigs plan. Bill to incorporate 
Henry Hastings and others as the Boston 
Rapid Transit Co. Opening and closing 
arguments of Thomas William Clarke, for 
the petitioners, Feb. 15 and a&, x88i. 

Hearing in the matter of the elevated rail- 
road. Opening argument and evidence 
on the petition of Joe V. Meigs «r ols. 
[By Thomas W. Clarke.] i88x. 

♦8035.7; 5651.73 

Hawkes, Nathan M. 
Report for the conmiittee on street rail- 
ways [legislative] on petitions for charters 
and remonstrants against them. 1879. 
Plans. [Senate Doc No. 19a] ♦8035-7 

Meigs, Joe V. 
The Meigs railway. The reasons for its 
departures from the ordinar]|r practice . . . 
A general description of it A crucial 
discussion of its mechanics [etcj. 1887. 
Illus. %)i7.i3i 

Merrill, Moody. 
Opening argument for the remonstrants 
against the petitions for acts of incorpora- 
tion as elevated railway companies, Feb. 
ao, 1879. ♦80135.7 

Muzzey, H. W. . " ,r 

Remarks on the "Act to permit Joe V. 
Meigs and associates to bmld an devated 
railway [etc.],'' in the Mass. Honse of 
RepresenUtives, March 7, 1882. 1882. 


Powers, Charles K 
Shall the metropolis of New England 
have an elevated railroad? Opening ar- 
gument in its favor before the legislative 
committee [etc.], Feb. 10, i88a ♦8035.7 

Ernst, C. W. 
Boston and transportation. (In Bostonian 
Society. Proceedings, 1898, pp. 18-31.) 


Felt, C. W. 
Our steam railroads and suburban travel 

1883. 7^7^^ 

Foxcroft, F. 
The Boston subway and others. lUns. 
Plans. (In The New England Magazine, 
new series, vol. 13, pp. 193-aia Boston, 
1895.) Periodical room 


Guild, WiUiam. 
A chart and description of the Boston and 
Worcester and Western railroad. [1847.] 

Grant, E. B. 
Boston railways: their condition and pros- 
pects. [Anon.] 1856. 4015.1 
Hale, Nathan. 
The Massachusetts railroad system. (Re- 
printed from the Boston Daily Advertiser. 
1851.) ♦7678.1 
Rail roads leading from Boston. Map. (In 
The Boston Almanac for 1840. pp. 86-90.) 

Remarks on the practicability and expedi- 
ency of establishinflT a railroad on one or 
more routes from Boston to the Connec- 
ticut river. By the editor of the Boston 
Daily Advertiser. 1827. 

♦4414.11; ♦6429.50.(1827) 
Remarks on the practicability and expedi- 
ency of rail-roads from Boston to ^ the 
Hudson river, and from Boston to Provi- 
dence. [Anon.] 1827. ♦4014. 1 1 

Hill, E. B. 
The Railway Gearing House. A brief his- 
tory of the institution established at Bos- 
ton by the New England railroad com- 
panies. 18B4. ♦803552 
Hill, Hamilton Andrews. 
Trade, commerce and navigation. (In Pro- 
fessional and industrial history of Suffolk 
county. Vol. 2, pp. 17-163. 1804.) 

B. H. 552.3.2 
Jackson, W. 
Lecture on railroads, Jan. 12, 1829, before the 
Massachusetts Charitable Mechanic Asso- 
ciation. 1829. 6086.13 
Lewis, Alonzo. 
Diagram of railroads diverging from Bos- 
ton. Showing the depots and distances. 
[1846.] Size, 4^ X 97i inches. Map 30.8 
Map exhibiting the rail road routes leading 
from Boston to Ogdensbur^ and Buffalo, 
N. Y., 1848. Size, isH x 29 mches. Scale, 
i6Ji miles to i inch. Map 118.3 
Public documents. ♦6414. i 

Contains much matter of importance on suburban 
traffic from a little before 1840 to date. 
Massachusetts. Board of Directors of Internal 
Report of the Board of Directors of In- 
ternal Improvement of the State of Massa- 
chusetts on the practicability and expe- 
diency of a rail-road from Boston to the 
Hudson river, and from Boston to Provi- 
dence submitted to the General Court, 
Jan. 16, 1820. Added the reports of the 
engineers. Boston, 1829. 8013.55; 5656.15 
— Secretary of the Commonwealth. 

Annuid reports of the railroad corporations, 
1851-1850 . . . added an abstract of re- 
turns. 1852-56. 6 V. ♦6453.11 
Abstracts of the returns of the railroad cor- 
porations. 1857, 58. ♦6453.11 
Returns of the railroad corporations in 
Massachusetts . . . with abstracts of the 
same, 1859-69. 1860-70. 11 v. ♦6453." 


— Board of Railroad Commissioners. 
ist-28th annual report. 187Q to date. 


Since 1857 the reports of the railroad corporations 
are also to be found in Massachusetts Public doc- 
uments [*64i7.i]. The 10th report contains an 
Index, 1870 to 1887 inclusive, by G. G. Crocker. 

— State Board on Dock and Terminal Facili- 



Report, January, 1897. 

Matthews, Nathan, jr. 

Argument before the Committee on transit 

of the Massachusetts legislature, April 4, 

1894. [Also, Facts and fig^ires submitted 

April 5.] 1894. Plan. 6357.49 

Melish, John. 

A description of the roads in the United 

States. Philadelphia, 1814. 4498.13 

Roads from Boston, pp. 35, 56. 
Geogn'aphical description of the United 
States. Philadelphia. 1816. 2388.8 

Contains a good map ot the roads and turnpikes 
around Boston. 

New Union station. The, at Boston. Illus. 
(In The Railroad Gazette. Vol. 26, pp. 
367-369. New York, 1894.) ^7220. 50.26 

New Union station. The, in Boston. (In 
American Engineer, Car Builder and Rail- 
road Journal. Vol. 71, pp. 48-50. New 
York, 1897.) ♦4011.211.71 

Pathfinder. June, 1849 to date. 4389a.54 

Pease, Levi. 

[Captain Levi Pease, founder of] The stage 
business [in Shrewsbury]. (In Hurd, 
editor. History of Worcester county. 
Vol. I, pp. 803, 804. Philadelphia. 1889.) 

B. H. 552.1 

Phelps, Abner. 
Report on constructing a railroad from Bos- 
ton to the Hudson river, Jan. 19, 1827. 
1827. 4014. 1 1 

Preble, George H. 
Early ship-building in Massachusetts. 1872. 

Quincy, Josiah, 1802-1882. 

The railway system of Massachusetts. Ad- 
dress before the Boston Board of Trade, 
Nov. 19, 1866. 1867. ♦565oa.7 

Railroad and shipping facilities of Boston. (In 
Statistics of Boston. 1882.) 

♦4353.73; ♦*4353.74 
Railroad Journal. 1832 to date. New York. 


Especially good until about i8<o. The name has 
been changed several times ana is now continued 
under title American engineer and railroad jour* 

Railroad Jubilee, 1851. 

Account of the celebration commemorative 

of the opening of railroad communication 

between Boston and Canada, Sept 17th- 

19th, 1851. 1852. Maps. 2354.3 

Chesbrough, £. S. 
Tabular representation of the present con- 
dition of boston in relation to railroad 
facilities, foreign commerce . . . 1851. 
Folded map. ♦4404.5S; ♦5656.14; 7646.7 

King, Thomas Starr. 
The Railroad Jubilee; two discourses in 
Hollis-street meeting-house, Sept. 21, 

6088.179; ♦Pph. vol. 413; ♦Pph. vol. 372 



Rantoul, R. S. 

Old modes of travel. (In Hurd's History of 
Essex county. Vol. i, Ix-lxxvi. Phila- 
delphia, 1888.) B. H. 551.4 
Rapid Transit Commission. 

Plans. 1892. 31 plates. '*'445oa.iio 

Report to the Legislature, April 5. 1892. 
Maps. Plans. ^35779 

Fitzgerald, J. K 
Report on the transportation of passengers 
in and around the cities of Europe made 
to the Rapid Transit Commission, Oct. 16, 
1891. [With appendix.] 1891. Plates. 
I Ian. *6357.73 

Galloupe, F. £. 
Rapid transit and elevated railroads. With 
a description of the Meigs . . . system. 
1886. Illus. 8019.140 

Howes, Osborne, jr. 
Report on the transportation of passengers 
in and around the cities of Europe made 
to the Rapid Transit Commission . . . 
Nov. 10, 1891. ^6357.74 

Sedg;wick, T. 

Brief remarks on the rail roads proposed in 
Massachusetts. By Berkshire [pseud.]. 
Stockbridge, 1828. * 

Seymour, George F. 

Railway consolidation in New England. (In 
New England Magazine, new series, vol. 
20, pp. 250-253. Boston, 1896.) 

Periodical Room 
Southern Union station in Boston. (In 
American Engineer, Car Builder and Rail- 
road Journal. Vol. 71, pp. 48-50. New 
York, 1897.) *40ii.2ii.7i 

Spalding, H. C. 

Local transportation at Boston. Compris- 
ing swift transit by tunnel railways . . . 
and rapid transit by the aid of subways. 
i8qi. Illus. Maps. Diagrams. 5654.28 

Swiu transit by tunnel railways. Boston, 

1891. 4454.187 

Street railway conditions and financial results 
in metropolitan Boston. Illus. Maps. (In 
Street Railway Journal. Vol. 14, pp. 471- 
492. N. Y., 1898.) ♦401 1.237. 14 

Street railway system of Boston. Illus. (In 
The Street Railway Journal. Vol. 11, pp. 
205-232. New York, 1895.) ♦4011.237.11 

Swift, W. H. 
Massachusetts railroads. 1842 to 1855. Bos- 
ton, 18^6. *7678.i7 
Travelers' Official railway guide. 1868 to date. 
New York. *4497.7 
United States. Board of Supervising In- 
spectors of Steam Vessels. 
Proceedings, 1875 to date. Washington. 


Contains among other matter a list of accidents 
with loss of life, etc 

— Census Bureau. 
Tenth census, 1880. . *C.28ai.4 

Vol. 4. Report on the affendes of transporta- 

, mclndinc 
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tion in the United States, mclndinc the statistics 

and telephones. Statistical report of the rulroads 
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States, by A. E. Shuman; Report on the postal 
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— Interstate Commerce Commission. 
Annual reports, 1887 to date. Washington. 

Vose, G. L. 
Notes on early transportation in Massa- 
chusetts. New York. [1884.] 4454.197 
Watson, W. 
Die Construction des Tunnels fur die elek- 
trische Strassenbahn in Boston. Illus. 
Plates. Plans. (In Allgemeine Bau- 
zeitung. Heft 3, pp. 109-116. Wien, 
1897.) *4O9O.20i.i897 

West End Street Railway. 
^^History, in which is included sketches of the 
early street railways of Boston, etc [i8(^] 
Illus. Map. 8014.159 

Whittcmore, H. 
The past and present of steam navigation 
on Long Island Sound. New York, 1893. 


Contains much information about the Fall Rirer 


Williams, H. B. 
Change of present car routes in addition to 
subways, a help to rapid transit [1893.] 
Plan. *565(ML45 


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Associated charities of Boston. , . 

A directory of the charitable organizations 
of Boston. 4th edition. Boston, 1899. 

B. H. Ref. 564.7 
Dictionnaire du commerce, de Tindustrie et 
de la banque. Public sous la direction de 
Yves Guyot et A. Raffalorich. Livr. 1-3. 
Paris. I1898.] ♦5651.88 

Haydn. Joseph. 
A dictionary of dates. 22d edition. By 
Benjamin Vincent. N. Y., 1898. *224i.70 
Meyer, Ethel S. 
A practical dictionary of cookery. 1200 
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Pritchard, Rosadind. 
London and Londoners, 1898. London. 

[1898.1 2499.77 

World almanac and encyclopsedia. 1899. 

N. Y., 1899. B. H. Ref. 3135 

Genealogy. Heraldry. 

Allen, Orrin Peer. 

Descendant* of John Fairman of Enfield, 

Conn. [Palmer, Mass., 1898.] 36 pp. 

Portr. 4439.202 

Goodwin. John Samuel. 

The uoodwins of Kittery, York county, 

Maine. Chicago. [1898.] = 4434*235 

Malderghem, Jean van. 

Les fleurs de lis de I'ancienne monarchic 
fran^se. Bnixelles, 1894. 39 pp. = 


Mayo, Charles E., compiler. 

Mortuary record from the gravestones in 

the old burial ground in Brewster, Mass. 

Yarmouth, X898. 79 PP* 4434-^ 

New York, state. State library. 
State library bulletin. History, no. i. April, 
1898. Supplementary list of marriage 
licenses. Albany, 1898. = 6460a. 11 

This forms a supplement to the work published 
by the New York. Secretary of state. Names 
of persons for whom marriage licenses were 
issued [*6d6oa.9]. 

Pelletreau, William Smith. 
Early wills of Westchester county, New 
York, from 1664-1784 . . . also the gene- 
alogy of "the Havilands" of Westchester 
county and descendants of Tames Graham 
(Watkinson and Ackerley families). New 
York, 1898. Portr. *443oa.i42 

Pillsbury family. 
Pillsbury genealogy. [Everett, 1898?] 15 

^ pp. = 4434206 

Streeter, Milford Barzaleel. 
A genealogical history of the descendants 
of Stephen and Ursula Streeter of 
Gloucester, Mass., 1642, afterwards of 
Charlestown, Mass, 1644-1652. Salem, 
1896. 4433.70 


Bedford, Augustus. 
Interesting facts and incidents regarding 
the United States flag. Boston, 1898. 32 

pp. = 4229a.50 

Holden, Edward Singleton. 
Our country's flag and the flags of foreign 
countries. N. Y., 1898. Illus. 2239.48 


Collective Biographies. 

Apraiz, Juliin. 
Los Isunzas de Vitoria. Bilbao, 1897. 




Giles, Herbert Allen. 
A Chinese biographical dictionary. Lon- 
don, 1898. 2 V. in I. *30ioa.76 
MacGregor, Amelia Georgiana Murray, com- 
History of the clan Gregor. Vol. i. Edin- 
burgh, 1898. Map. *452oa.ii3 
Morse, Charles Fitch. 
Memorial sketches: Abraham Perkins, 
Tacob Thomas, Nathan Heath, John Dol- 
loff, jr., John Dolloff, sr., Samuel Dolloff. 
'St. Johnsbury, Vt, 1898.] 74 pp. Illus. 
^ortrs. = 44J9a.i22 

Single Biographies. 


Bismarck-Schoenhausen, Otto Eduard Leo- 
pold, Fiirst von. 
Gedanken und Erinnerungen. [Hrsg. von 
Horst Kohl.] N. Y., 1898. Fortr. 

Zum Tode des Fiirsten Bismarck. Ham- 
burg, 1898. Broadside. *Cab.28.ia.a 

Extra-Ausgabe der "Hamburger-Nachrichten." 

Cary, Elizabeth Luther. 
Tennyson, his homes, his friends and his 
work. N. Y., 1898. Portraits. Plates. 

Cooke, George Willis. 
John Sullivan Dwight, Brook-Farmer, edi- 
tor, and critic oT music. Boston, 1898. 
Portr. 4043.45 

Dametz, Max. 
John Vanbrughs Leben und Werke. Wien, 

1898. 4552.55.7 

Daudet, Leon A. 
Alphonse Daudet Added The Daudet fam- 
ily ("Mon frcre et moi"), by Ernest Dau- 
det. Translated by C. DeKay. Boston, 
1898. Portr. 4649.87 

Delia Kocca^ Enrico, conte. 
The autobiography of a veteran. 1807-1893. 
Translated and edited by Janet Ross. 
N. Y., 1898. Portr. 2742.24 

Elizabeth, princess, landgravine of Hesse- 
Letters. Written for the most part to Miss 
Louisa Swinbourne. Edited by F. C. 
Yorke. London, 1898. Portrs. rl. 

Fairfield, Charles. 

Some account of G. W. Wilshere, Baron 
Bramwell of Hever. London, 1898. Portr. 

Fisher, Sydney George. 
The true Benjamin Franklin. Philadelphia, 
1890. Portrs. Pis. *2347.67 

Fiske, John, Rev., of Chelmsford. 
Extracts from [his] notebook, 1637-1675. 
With introd. by S. A. Green. Cambridge, 
1808. 24 pp. = 4434.241 

Friends' school. Providence, R. L 
Proceedings at the unveiling of a bust of 
John Bright. Providence, 1898. v, 60 pp. 

= 4547.155 

Gennadius, John. 

Dr. Johnson as a Grecian. A paper read 
before the Johnson club. [London? 
1808.] 21 pp. = ♦^545.68 

Greenhal^e, Frederic Thomas. 

Memorial exercises held by the Common- 
wealth of Massachusetts. Boston, April 

18, 1896. [Boston, 1896.] (6) pp. Portr. 

= 4441*44 

Gregorovius, Ferdinand Adolf. 
The emperor Hadrian. A picture of the 
Graeco- Roman world in his time. Trans- 
lated by Mary £. Robinson. London, 
1898. 2754.72 

Griffin, George Jrlermon. 
Frederick A. Packard: ... a memorial dis- 
course, October 19, 1890. Fhila., 189a 
15 Pp. = 4449.242 

Hiatt, Charles. 
Ellen Terrv and Her impersonations. Lon- 
don, i8c^. Portrs. 2549.149 
Hobson, John Atkinson. 
John Kuskin, social reformer. Boston. 

Hume, Martin A. Sharp. 
The great Lord Burghley. A stndy in Eli- 
zabethan statecraft London, 1898. Portr. 


Lemonnier, Charles. 

filisa Lemonnier, fondatrice de la Soci^t^ 

pour Tenseignement professionel des 

femmes. 2e edition. Paris, 1874. 50 op. 

= 5580.32 

Mvall, Laura Hain Friswell. 

James Hain Friswell. London, 1898. Portr. 

Phillimore, Cathenne Mary. 
Dante at Ravenna. A study. London, 1898. 
Portr. Pis. 2799.79 

Porter, Mary. 
John Blackwood, by his daughter. Edin- 
burgh, i8q& Portr. *4544.X48 
Randolph, Ed,ward. 
Edward Randolph; indttding' 4iis letters 
and official papers, with other documentt 
relating chiefly to the vacating of the 
Royal charter of Massachusetts Bay. 
With memoir by R. N. Toppan. VoL I, 
2. Boston, 18^ [Prince society.] 


Robins, Edward. 
The palmy days of Nance Oldfield. Lon- 
don, i8(JB. Portrs. 4545.166 
Smith, George Adam. 
The life of Henry Drummond. N. Y., 1898. 
Portr. 4545.163 
Smith, Jeremiah. 
Memoir of Hon. Charles Doe, late Chief 
justice of the Supreme court of New 
Hampshire. Concord, 1897. 30 pp. Portr 

= 4444.^1 

Smvth, George Hutchinson. 
The life ofHenrv Bradley Plant, founder 
and president of the Plant system of rail- 
roads and steamships. N. Y., 1898. Portr. 

Stepney, Catherine, lady. 
Memoirs of Lady Russell and Lady Herbert, 
1623-1723. London, 1898. 454&X74 

Stevens, George Barker. 
The life, letters, and journals of Peter 
Parker, M.D., missionary, physicisui» and 
diplomatist With the co-operation of 
Rev. W. F. Markwlck. Boston. [1996.] 
Portr. 3538wl27 

Stevens, John Austin. 
A memoir of William Kelby, librarian 0! 
the New York historical society. N. Y. 
1898. 40 pp. = 4444^ 


United States. Congress. 

Memorial addresses on Austin F. Pike (a 
senator from New Hampshire). Wash- 
ington, 1888. (2}, 89 pp. Portr. r= 


Memorial addresses on Terrence J. Quinn 
([a representative from New York). Wash- 
ington, 1879. 42 pp. Portr. = 4440.132 

Memorisd addresses on Zebulon Baird 
Vance (late a senator from North Caro- 
lina). Washington, 1895. Portr. = 


Williamson, David. 

Gladstone: the man. A non-political bio- 

paphy. 2d edition. London, 1898. 

Portrs. Pis. 2546.180 

Worthin^on, Edward Dagge. 

Reminiscences of stndent life and practice. 
Sherbrooke, 1897. Portr. 2469.36 


Ancient. Modern. Asia. Africa. 

Bingham, Harry. 
The annexation of Hawaii: a right and a 
duty. Concord, N. H., 1898. 22 pp. := 

3049a. 149 
Cabot, Godfrey Lowell. 
Hawaiian annexation. [Boston? 1897?] 

16 pp. == 3049a. 1 75 

Carpenter, Ldmund Janes. 
America in Hawaii. Boston, 1899. Portrs. 

3049a. 1 76 
Gouger, Robert. 
The founding of South Australia, as re- 
corded in the journals of Robert Gouser, 
first colonial secretary. London, 1898. 
Portr. 3046.28 

Hall, William Henry. 
The Romans on the Riviera and the Rhone. 
A sketch of the conquest of Liguria and 
the Roman conquest. London, 1898. Pis. 
Maps. 2751.20 

Krausse, Alexis. 
China in decay. London, 1898. IIlus. 
Maps. 3012.132 

La Goumerie, Eugene de. 
Christian Rome. A historical view of its 
memories and monuments, 41-1867. 
Translated and abridged by the Hon. 
Lady Macdonald. London, 1898. 2 v. 

Mahaffy, John Pentland. 

Old Greek life. N. Y. [1898.] Illus. 
Portr. 2969a.44 

Poole, Stanley Lane-. 

Saladin and the fall of the kingdom of Jeru- 
salem. N. Y., 1898. [Heroes of the na- 
tions.] 3043.184 
Vibart, Edward. 

The Sepoy mutiny as seen by a subaltern 
from Delhi to Lucknow. London, 1898. 
Portrs. Pis. Map. 3045.182 

Wallace, Edwin Sherman. 

Jerusalem the Holy. With an account of 
the modem city and its conditions, poli- 
tical, religious and social. N. Y., 1898. 
Pb. Maps. 3043.182 



Besant, Sir Walter. 
Fifty years ago. New edition. London, 
1899. Illus. Portrs. 4571.134 

Blanc, Jean Joseph Louis. 
La revolution de fevrier au Luxembourg. 
Paris, 1849. = 2628.150 

Bronsveld, Walrand Cornelis Lodewijk. 
Het buitengewone gezantschap van den 
Heer van Sommelsdijck bij den Koning 
van Frankrijk in de jaren 1625 en 1626. 
Haarlem, 1896. = 4824.74 

Dyer, Thomas Firminger Thiselton-. 
Old English social life as told by the parish 
registers. London, 1898. 2467.151 

Fisher, Herbert. 
The medieval Empire. London, 1898. 2 v. 
Maps. 2824.78 

Foulke, William Dudley. 
Slav or Saxon. A study of the growth and 
tendencies of Russian civilization. 2d edi- 
tion. N. Y., 1898. 3060.50 
Gomme, George Lawrence, editor. 
The queen's story book. Being historical 
stories collected out of English romantic 
literature in illustration of the reigns of 
English monarchs from the Conquest to 
Queen Victoria. N. Y., 1898. Pis. 

Guerber, H. A. 
The story of the English. N. Y. [1898.] 
IIlus. Portrs. Maps. 4517.144 

Imbert de Saint-Amand, Arthur L6on, baron. 
The court of the second empire. Trans- 
lated by Elizabeth G. Martin. N. Y^ 1898. 
Portrs. 2049.149 

Maitland, Frederic William. 
Township and borough [of Cambridge, 
England] : being the Ford lectures de- 
livered in the University of Oxford, 1897. 
Cambridge, 1808. PI. Maps. 2492.135 
Nevinson, Henry Woodd. 
Scenes in the thirty days war between 
Greece & Turkey. 1897. London, 1898. 
Pis. Maps. 3076.124 

Ramsay, Sir James Henry, baronet. 
The foundations of England (b.c. 55-A.D. 
1 154.} London, 1898. 2 v. Pis. Maps. 

Stillman, William James. 
The union of Italy, 1815-1895. Cambridge, 
1898. Map. 2729.69 

Watson, Thomas E. 
The story of France to the consulate of 
Napoleon Bonaparte. Vol. i. To the end 
of the reign of Louis xv. N. Y., 1899. 



Atkinson, Edward. 

The cost of a national crime. The hell of 

war and its penalties. Two treatises. 

Boston, 1898. 29 pp. = ♦9172.4-1 

Bacon, Edwin Munroe. 

Historic pilg^mages in New England. 

Boston. {1898.] Illus. 44^^.273 

These pilgnmages are confined to eastern Massa- 


Bates, Samuel A. 
The ancient iron works at Braintree, Mass. 
[Edited by F. A. Bates.] So. Braintree, 
1898. 30 pp. = 4359a. 129 

Bigelow, Edwin Victor. 
A narrative history of Cohasset, Massachu- 
setts. [Cohasset.] 1898. Illus. Maps. 

Brown, Alexander, of Nelson county, Vir- 
The history of our earliest history. [Cam- 
bridge, iSgS.] 34 pp. 2329a.7 
Catherwood. Mary riartwell. 
Heroes of the middle West. The French. 
Boston, 1898. Illus. Portrs. Maps. 

Channing, Edward. 

A student's history of the United States. 

New edition. N. Y., 1898. Illus. Maps. 

Dudley, Myron Samuel, editor. 
Timothy White papers. 1725-1755. Nan- 
tucket, 1898. 9(5 pp. Plan. [Nantucket 
historical asociation.] ^4457. 120 

Earle, Alice Morse. 
Home life in colonial days. Illustrated by 
photographs. N. Y., 1898. 4358.130 

Hale, Edward Everett. 
Historic Boston and its neighborhood. Ar- 
ranged for seven days. N. Y., 1898. Illus. 

4459a. 171 
History of Litchfield [Maine] and an account 
of its centennial celebration. 1895. Au- 
gusta, 1897. Portrs. Pis. ♦4430a. 133 
Howard, Oliver Otis. 
Fighting for humanity, or camp and quarter- 
deck. London. [1898.] 442oa.85 
Lopez de Gomara, Francisco. 
The pleasant historic of the conquest of the 
VVeast India, now called new Spayne, 
atchieued by the worthy prince Her- 
nando Cortes. Translated out of the 
Spanishe tongue by T[homas] N[icholas]. 
London. [1578.] ♦♦G.388.3 
McDonogh, John. 
Some interesting papers of John McDonogh, 
chiefly concernmg the Louisiana purchase 
and the Liberian colonization. Edited by 
J. T. Edwards. McDonogh, Md., 1898. = 

Martyn, Benjamin. 

Reasons for establishing the colony of 
Georgia, with regard to the trade of Great 
Britam. London, 1733. 48 pp. Illus. 
Map. ♦♦G.383.10 

O'Beirne, Thomas Lewis, bishop of Meath. 
I 747-1822. 
A candid and impartial narrative of the 
transactions of the fleet, under the com- 
mand of Lord Howe, from the arrival of 
the Toulon squadron, on the coast of 
America, to the time of His Lordship's 
departure for England. With observa- 
tions. By an officer then serving in the 
fleet. 2d edition. London. [1780?] 58 
pp. Plan. ♦♦4418.256 

Page, Charles A. 
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Edited by J. R. Gilmore. Boston, 1899. 
Portrs. Maps. 4423.338 

Parker, John H. 
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Fifth army corps, at Santiago . . . Kan- 
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Ren^-Moreno, Gabriel 
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Roy, Joseph Edmond. 
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Smith, George Bamett 
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Smith, Helen Ainslie. 
The colonies. Edited by S. T. Dntton. 
N. Y., 1898. lUns. Portrs. 435S>i40 

Suffolk county historical society, N. Y. 
Year book, 1896, 97. Riverhead, N. Y., ifio7, 
98. = ♦4472.182 

Thwaites, Reuben Gold. 
The State historical society of Wisconsin. 
[Madison?] 1898. 21 pp. Portr. Plans. 

= ^ . 4375-130 

Treaty, The, of peace between Spain and the 

IJnited Sutes. N. p. [1898.J 78. (2) PP- 

=r 44aoa.09 

Trumbull, James Russell. 

History of Northampton, Mass. Vol. i. 

Northampton, 1898. Map. 435I-I47 

Willets, Gilson. 

Greater America. Heroes, battle camps, 

Dewey islands, Coba, Porto Rico. 

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Clermont-Ganneau, Charles Simon. 
Recueil d'arch^ologie orientals T. 2. Paris. 
1898. Illus. d04^io6 

Description of runic stones found near Yar- 
mouth, Nova Scotia. [Yarmouth.) 1898. 
9 pp. Illus. = 4317-134 

Pamitky archaeologick^ a mistopisne. Or- 
gan archaeologick^ komise pri Cesk6 Aka- 
demii cisare Frantiska Josefa pro^ vMy,- 
slovesnost a umeni a archaeolonck^ho 
sboru Musea krilovstvi Cesk^ho. Kedak- 
tor: Dr. Josef Lad. Pic. Dil 15-18. 1890- 
97. V Praze, 1892-98. Illus. ^3^90.38 

Perry, Walter Scott. 
E^Ptf the land of the temple builders. 
Boston. [1898.] Pis. Map. 4097-70 

Fine Arts. Illustrated Books. 

Abbildung und Beschreibunff der 26 

Statuen, welche das Grabmahl Ki^er 
Maximilian I. umgeben, und in der Hof- 
kirdie zu Innsbruck aufgestellt sind. 
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Black, Alexander. 
Miss America. Pen and camera sketches 
of the American girl. N. Y., i8g6L HHu. 



Cellini, Benventito. 

I tnittad dell' oreficeria e della sctdtura. 

Novmmente messi alle stampe secondo la 

originale detUtura del codice Marciano 

per ctin di Carlo MilanesL. Firenze, 

1957. 4025.21 

Corson, Hiram. 

Portrait Photograph. Bnffalo. [189-^ = 


Crmn& Walter. 
A floral fantasy in an old English garden. 
Verse and colored designs. N. VT, 1899. 


Crowe, Sir Joseph Archer, and Giovanni Bat- 
tista Cavaicaselle. 
The life and times of Titian. 2d edition. 
London, x88x. 2 v. Portr. Pis. = 


Estainpe, L', et I'affiche. Directeur: Clement- 

Janin. R^dacteur: Andr6 Mellerio. No. 

I-& Mars-oct. 1897. Paris, 1897. Illus. 

^4071. 48 
Fan, Julien. 
Donze lemons de photographic. Paris, 1854. 
88 pp. = 7979a.26 

Froehner, Wilhelm. 
Notice de la sculpttire antique du Mus6e im- 
perial du Louvre. Vol. i. Paris, 1860. 
lUus. = 8089.87 

Grolier club, New York. 
[Catalogue of} an exhibition of English lit- 
erary portraits. N. Y., 1898. 26 pp. = 

Heath, Richard Ford. 
Albrecht Dtirer. New edition. London. 
[1898?] Illus. 407aii8 

^Holmes, C. J. 

HokusaL London, 1899. viii, 48 pp. 20 

pis. 4088.34 

Italy. Ministero della publica istruzione. 

Le gallerie nazionale italiane. Notizie e 

docvmenti [per A. Venturi], Anno i-^. 

Roma, 1894-97. Illus. *8o8o.^ 

Jessen. Peter. 

Italienische Barock- und Rococo- Decken. 

BerliUp 1893. (4) pp. 12 pis. *Cab.8o.8i.i2 

Leasing, Julius. 

Bronzen des xvin. Tahrhunderts. Berlin, 

1898. (2) pp. i; pis. *Cab.8o.8i.i6 

Moebel aus der Zeit Louis xvi. (Zopfstil.) 

Berlin, 1898. (4) pp. 15 pis. *Cab.8o.8i.i5 

Moebel des xvn. Jahrhunderts. Berlin, 

1895. (4) pp. 16 pis. *Cab.8o.8i.i3 

Thueren. Berlin, iH^ (2) pp. 15 pis. 

O'Neil, Henry. 

Modem art in England and France. Lon- 
don, 1869. 39 f)^. = 408S.38 
Park, Carton Moore. 
An alphabet of. animals. London, 1899. 

Poir^ Emmanuel 
Les lundis du Figaro, par Caran d'Ache 
[pseud.1. Paris. [1896.J 62 pp. ^8060.87 
Pritchard, H. Baden. 
About photography and photographers. 
N. Y., 1883. Illus. = 7979a.27 

Ravaisson-Moflien, Jean Gaspard F61ix Lar- 
La Vtous de Milo. Paris, 1871. 68 pp. 

Reed, Edward Teninrson. 
Mr. Punch's prehistoric peeps. London, 
[i^?] Pis. *8o6i.i47 


Richter, Jean Paul, Ph.D. 
Lectures on the National gallery. London, 
1898. X, 67 pp. Pis. 4^3.60 

Rooses, Maximilien, editor. 
Dutch painters of the Nineteenth century. 
Translated by F. Knowles. London, i8g8. 
Illus. Portrs. ^4081 .69 

Rowlands, Walter. 
Celebrated paintings by noted masters. 
Boston, 1898. 80^.89 

Van Dyke, John Charles. 
A text-book of the history of painting. 4th 
edition. N. Y., 1898. Illus. Portrs. 

Willard, Ashton Rollins. 
History of modern Italian art. London, 
1898. Pis. 4084.53 


Baudot, Joseph Eugene Anatole de, and A. 


Archives de la Commission des monuments 

historiques. Tome i, fasc. i, 2. Paris. 

[1898.] 2 parts. Pis. ♦Cab.60.135.1 

Coleman, Oliver. 

Successful houses. Chicago, 1899. Illus. = 

Klinger, J. H. 
Die Badeanstalt. Ein Hilfsbuch zum Ent- 
wurfe der technischen Einrichtung grosse- 
rer offentlicher Badeanstalten. Wien, 
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Longfellow, William Pitt Preble. 
The column and the arch. Essays on archi- 
tectural history. N. Y., 1899. Pis. 


Sturgis, Russell, jr. 

Classical architecture on the shores of the 

Mediterranean. Rochester. [1898?] 15 

pp. Pis. ^4092.29 

Wheelwright, Edmund March. 

Municipal architecture in Boston. Edited 

by F. W. Chandler. Part i. Boston, 1898. 

Illus. ♦Cab.60.133.1 

Landscape Gardening. 

Cleveland, Horace William Shaler. 
Public parks, radial avenues, and boule- 
vards. Outline plan of a park system for 
the city of St. Paul. [St. Paul.] 1885. 
31 pp. = 4479.243 


Annesley, Charles. 
The standard-operaglass, containing the de- 
tailed plots of 123 celebrated operas. 13th 
edition. London, 1898. Portrs. 4049a.4i 
Bach, Alberto B. 
Musical education and vocal culture. 5th 
edition. London, 1898. 4^5.35 

Boieldieu, Francois Adrien. 
Les charmes de New York. From La dame 
Blanche. Arranged as -a rondo for the 
pianoforte by C. Thibault N. Y., 1828. 
8 pp. = 80SI.479 


Croker, N orris. 
Handbook for singers. 2d edition. Lon- 
don. ri895?] 4049a.34 
Music teachers national association. 
Official report of the ipth annual meeting, 
held June, 1897. N. Y., 1897. = *4045.i8 
Phipson, Thomas Lambe. 

Voice and violin. London, 1898. 4048.11a 
Runciman, John F. 
Old scores and new readings: discussions 
on musical subjects. London, 1899. 

Taylor, Tom, musician. 

Everybody's guide to violin playing. Lon- 
don. [185^-?] 8059a. 135 
Thorp, George £., and William Nichofl. 
Text book on the natural use of the voice. 
[3d edition.] London. [1895.] 4049a.33 
Wing & son. 
The book of complete information about 
pianos. N. Y. [1897.] IIlus. = 4049a.38 
Yale college. Alumni. 
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s= 8050.49 




Burmeister, R. Die Jagd nach dem Gluck. 

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Busoni, Ferruccio B. Symphonisches Ton- 

gedicht fur Orchester. Op. 32A. Leipzig. 
Clarice, Justin. Hardil les Bleusl fipisode 

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Fauchey, Paul. La Carmagnole. Opera- 

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Hall6n, Andr6as. Rhapsodic (No. i) ftir Or- 
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— Rhapsodic No 2 (Schwedische Rhapsodic) 
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Hegar, Friedrich. Fest-Ouverture fur grosses 

Orchester. Op. 25. Leipzig. 
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Feerie dramatique. Reduction pour piano 

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Indy, Vincent d*. La foret enchant^e. L6- 

gende-symphonie. Op. 8. Paris. [1892.I 
Jaques-Dalcroze, £. Chansons romandes 

avec accompagnement de piano. Premiere, 

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— Die Sarazenen. Die schone Aldi. Zwei 

Fragmente (nach dem Rolandslied) fur 
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Salmo a quattro voci con accompagnamento 
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— In nativitate D. N. J. C. In i"*. vesperis 
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— Messa a tre voci d'uomo con accompagne- 
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— Alessa da Requiem a tre voci d'uomo con 
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Milano. [i8g8.] 

— Missa pontificalis tribos vocibus inaequali- 
bus concinenda, organo comitante. Muano, 


— Missa "Te Deum laudamus" ad duas vocas 

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Scholz, Bernard. Symphonie (A moll) fiir 

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Gazette numismatique frangaise. Dirig^e par 
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Portrs. Pis. *a(S3oa.63 

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Astrup, Eivind. 
With Peary near the pole. Translated . _ 
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An account of Peary's two expeditions, ura l^^^ii< 
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Brink, Jan ten. 1834- 
Ooost-Indische dames en heeren. Vier l>i/- 
dragen tot de kennis van de zeden $sa 
usantien der europeesche maatschappij ifl 
Nederlandsch-Indie. se druk. Rotter- 
dam. [1891.] 2 V. ^^^7$ 



Bureau international des administrations t61^- 
graphiques, Berne. 
Carte des communications telegraphiques du 
regime extra-europ^en. Berne, 1892. 

No. 6 in ♦Map 19.3 
Carte g^n^rale des grandes communications 
t^6graphiques~du monde. Berne, 1898. 

No. 7 in ♦Map 19.3 

Chambers, Trant. 

A land of promise. Western Australia in 

1807-98. 2d edition. Perth, 1898. Portrs. 

Pis. Map. = 3046.164 

Conway, Sir William Martin. 

With ski & sledge over Arctic glaciers. 
N. Y., 1898. Pis. 2269.119 

Explorations in Spitsbergen. 

Cosmos. Comunicazioni sui progressi piu 
recent! e notevoli della geogralia e delle 
scienze affini di Guido Cora. Vol. i-ii. 
1873-93. Torino. [1873-93] IHus. 
Maps. ♦6282.16 

Diosy, Arthur. 
The new far east. London, 1898. Pis. Map. 

Gaidzakian, Ohan. 

Illustrated Armenia and the Armenians. 
Boston, 1898. Portrs. Pis. = 3088.127 
Gesellschaft fiir Erdkunde, Berlin. 
Gronland - Expedition, 1891-1893. Unter 
Leitung von Erich von Drygalski. Ber- 
lin, 1897. 2 V. IIlus. Maps. ♦2261.80 
Hamm, Margherita Arlina. 

Manila and the Philippines. London. 
[18^.] 30493.166 

Heller von Hellwald, Friedrich. 

Hinterindische Lander und Volker. Leip- 
zig, 1876. Illus. 3044.169 
Hepworth, George Hughes. 
Through Armenia on horseback. N. Y., 
i8cp. Pis. Portrs. Map. 3088.125 
Hue, Evariste R6gis. 
Travefs in Tartary, Thibet and China, 1844- 
5-6. Translated ... by W. Hazlitt. Re- 

grint edition. Chicago, 1898. 2 v. Illus. 
[ap. 3018.144 

Sabrijian, Dimoteos. 
Zwei Jahre in Abyssinien. Von Sr. Hochw. 
Pater Timotheus. Leipzig. [1888.] [Ar- 
menische Bibliothek.] ♦3088.151 

Smvthe, S. M. 
Ten months in the Fiji islands. Oxford, 
1864. Illus. Maps. 30493.157 

Webster, H. Cayley-. 

Through New Guinea and the cannibal 
countries. London, 1898. Illus. Portr. 
Map. 30493.170 


feesant, Sir Walter. 

South London. N. Y. [1898.] Illus. 
Maps. 2496.83 

bureau international des administrations tele- 
graphiques, Berne. 
Carte des communications telegraphiques 
du regime europ^en. Berne, i^. 

No. 5 in 'Map 19.3 

Qoorvoisier, , artist. 

Views of various places in Europe, chiefly 
Paris. Engraved by Dubois and others. 
II pis. in I V. ^6260. 10 


Danish tourist society. 
Copenhagen, the capital of Denmark. Co- 
penhagen, 1898. Illus. Map. = 4839.40 
Gibbs, John Arthur. 
A Cotswold village, or country life and pur- 
suits in Gloucestershire. London, 1898. 
Illus. 2465.154 

Littlehales, Henry. 
Some notes on the road from London to 
Canterbury in the Middle ages. London, 
1898. 56 pp. Maps. [Chaucer society.] 

Mathews, Charles Edward. 

The annals of Mont Blanc. London, 1898. 
Illus. Portrs. 4864.33 

Queen's empire. The. Illustrated from photo- 
graphs. London, 1897. ♦22603.105 
Stieler, Carl, and others. 
The Rhine from its source to the sea. Tr3ns- 
l3ted by G. C. T. Bsrtley. New edition. 
Phil3., 1899. 2 V. Pis. 2864.82 
W3llace, Susan Arnold Elston. 
Along the Bosphorus, and other sketches. 
Chicago, 1898. Portrs. Pis. i?/>^ 


Boston, Mass. 

Block map, vicinity of Faneuil H3II, Boston, 
embr3cmg Custom house. Post Office 
squ3re, Fort Hill squ3re, 3nd Chsmber of 
commerce. [Boston, 1897.] Size, 21 x 
25 J4 inches. ♦M3p 33.1 

N3mes of the streets, Unes 3nd 3lleys. Bos- 
ton, 1800. 19 pp. *44593.i75 
Clsrk's Hotel, Boston. 

L3 utilid3d souvenir of Cuba. [Boston, 

1897?] Pis. = . 4368.173 

Colton, W3lter. 
Deck 3nd port; or, incidents of a cruise in 
the United St3tes frig3te Congress to C3li- 
forni3. Boston, 1886. Illus. M3p. 

Eddy, Robert Henry. 
Pl3n of E3St Boston, showing the Isnd 3nd 
W3ter lots sold 3nd unsold. Boston, 1837. 
Sc3le, 400 feet to i inch. 

No. 7 in *lM3p 34.3 

Est3do 3CtU3l de I3 isk de Cuba. M3drid, 

1838. 4368.176 

La Condamine, Ch3rles M3rie de. 

A succinct 3bridgment of 3 voyage made 

within the inUnd p3rts of South Americ3 

from the co3Sts of the South-Se3, to the 

co3Sts of Brazil and Guian3, down the 

river of Am3zons. London, 1747. M3p. 


Contains a map of the river Amazon 
Lookout Incline r3ilw3y co. 
Ch3tt3nooga Lookout mount3in, 3nd scenes 
historic, poetic 3nd romantic. Ch3t- 
t3noog3. [189-?] 24 pp. Illus. Maps. 

w = . ^ 4377.134 

Me3d, Edw3rd C. 

Historic homes of the south-west moun- 

t3ins, Virgini3. Phil3., 1899. Pis. Msp. 


Philip, George, 3nd son, publishers. 

Speci3l m3p illustr3ting the Sp3nish-Ameri- 

can war. London. [1808.] 

No. I in ♦Map 87.1 



Price, Julius M. 
From Euston to Klondike ... in the sum- 
mer of 1898. London, 1898. Illus. Maps. 

Reynolds, Charles B. 
The standard guide. Washington. Wash- 
ington, 1896. Illus. Maps. = 4479.245 
Suarez y Romero, Anselmo. 

Coleccion de articulos. Habana, 1859. 
iii 4368.178 

Contents. — Educacion. — Critica. — Biogralia. 
— Costumbres del campo. — Cuadros de la natu- 
raleza cubana. 

West, John, M.A. 1778-1845. 
A journal of a mission to the Indians of the 
British provinces of New Brunswick, and 
Nova Scotia, and the Mohawks, on the 
Ouse, or Grand river, Upper Canada. 
London, 1827. Map. 4364.201 

Language. Rhetoric. 

Breul, Karl. 
The teaching of modern foreign languages 
in our secondary schools. Cambridge, 

1898. 93 pp. 2958.85 

King, Leonard William. 
First steps in Assyrian. London, 1898. 

Krall, Jakob, editor. 
Koptische Texte. Band i. Wien, 1895. 

Schj>tt, Peter Olrog. 
Samlede philologiske Afhandlinger. Chris- 
tiania, 1896. = 2953.45 

Mostly on the Greek and Latin languages. 


Bibliography. Libraries. Book- 

Aberdeen, Scotland. Public library. 
Catalogue of the lending department. Aber- 
deen, 1898. = *6i59.92 
Buffalo, N. Y. Public library. 
Finding list of history, travel, political sci- 
ence, geography, anthropology. Buffalo, 
1898. = *6i 57.65 
List of books in the children's department. 
Buffalo, 1898. (3), 35 pp. = ♦6157.67 
Cornell university. Library. 
Catalogue of the Dante collection presented 
by Willard Fiske. Compiled bv Theodore 
W. Koch. Part i. Ithaca, 1898. iv, 91 pp. 
= *6i73.6o 
Dix, Ernest R. McC, compiler. 
Catalogue of early Dublin-printed books 
1601-1700. Part I. With bibliographical 
notes by C. W. Dugan. [2d issue.] Dub- 
lin, 1898. 26, (2) pp. ♦0111.104 

Contents. — Part i. 1601-1625. 

Enoch Pratt free library, Baltimore. Central 
Finding list. 6th edition. Part i. Balti- 
more, 1898. = *6i45.45 

Hajpht, W. R. 
The annual Canadian catalogue of books. 
1896. Toronto, 1898. *2X54.ii8 

Heiland, Carl. 
Die Lutherdnicke der Erlanger Univer- 
sitatsbibliothek aus den Jahren 1518-1523. 
Leipzig, 1898. T! PP* *2i42^5.2i 

Hutchins, Frank A. 
Two years' progress of the libraries in Wis- 
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Ingalls, James M. 
Catalogue of [his] professional works and 
papers, prepared chiefly while instructor 
of ballistics, U. S. artillery school. Fort 
Monroe, Va., 185^ 11 pp. = ♦2172.114 
Malloizel, Godefroy. 
Armand de Quatrefages de Br^au. Liste 
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Minneapolis, Minn. Public library. 
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New Haven, Conn. Public library. 
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Petri, Albert. 
tFbersicht iiber die im Jahre 1894 auf dem 
Gebiete der englischen Philologie er- 
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Sydney, New South Wales. Public library. 
Guide to the system of cataloguing of the 
reference library; with regulations. 3d 
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Tuer, Andrew White, compiler. 
Pages and pictures from forgotten chil- 
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Walter, Emily L'Oiseau. 

A complete collection of the quotations and 

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Welsh, Charles. 

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On some of the books for children of the 

last century. London, 1886. [Sette of 

odd volumes.] *2i27.xOB 

West Roxbury, Mass. Free library. 

List of members containing 106 names. 

Manuscript. (2) pp. = *62oa7i 

Zeitschrift fur Bucherfreunde. Hrsg. von 

Fedor von Zobeltitz. Jahrg. i. 2, Ed. i. 

Bielefeld. [1897. 98.] 3 v. Illus. 



Taylor, Frank. 

The newspaper press as a power botii in 

the expression and formation of public 

opinion. The chancellor's essay, i%BL 

Oxford, i8p8. 30 pp. 555&1S 


Manuscripts. Autographs. 

Great Britain. Royal commission on histori- 
cal manuscripts. 
Report on manuscripts in the Welsh lan- 
guage. Vol. I. The Welsh manuscripts of 
Lord Mostyn at Mostyn Hall, co. Flint. 
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i8SJ8. *709o.5i 

Ringgold, Thomas. 
Autograph letter to M'. Samuel Galloway, 
dated Chest' Town Aug* 3i»* 1759. 
Manuscript i page. = ♦♦G.38.32 

Thomas Ringgold was afterwards a member of 
the Stamp-act Congress, 1765. 

Arabian Literature. 

Amr ibn Bahr, al Jihiz. 

Le livre des beaut^s et des antitheses. At- 

tribu^ k Abu Othman Amr ibn Bahr al- 

Djahiz de Basra. Texte arabe public par 

G. van Volten. Leyde, 1898. 3023.150 

Assyrian Literature; 

Johnston, Christopher. 
The epistolary literature of the Assyrians 
and Babylonians. Baltimore, 1898. = 


Dutch Literature. 

Maerlant, Jacob van. I235?-I300. 
Strophische gedichten. Nieuwe uitgave be- 
^erkt door J. Franck en J. Verdam. 
Groningen, 1898. ^4902.50 

English and American Literature. 

Bachelor ballads. Set to pictures by Blanche 
McManus. N. Y. [1898.] 4562.144 

Bridges, Robert 
Milton's prosody. Oxford, 1894. 80 pp. 

Brotanek, Rudolt 
Untersuchungen uber das Leben und die 
Dichtungen Alexander Montgomeries. 
Wicn, 1896. 4552.553 

Browning, Robert. 
Paracelsus. London, 1898. Portr. [The 
Temple classics.] 2549a. 104 

Burton, Kichard. 

Literarv likings. Boston, 1898. = 4558.152 

Caldwell, Augustine, and Arthur Wesley 

Dow, compilers. 

Old Ipswich m verse, [ist], 2d series. 

N. p. 1898. 2 V. in I. = 4394.127 

Carlyle, Thomas. 

Sartor resartus. Illustrated by E. J. Sulli- 
van. London, 1898. 4577-25 
Carrington, Fitz Roy, compiler. 
The queen's garland. Being chosen lyrics 
of the reign of Q. ElizabeA. N. Y^ 1898. 
Portrs. 2569a.i35 


Clark, Rev. Alexander, compiler. 
Standard dialogues. Philadelphia, 1899. 

r^ ^ ^ 7059a. 137 

Crosby, Ernest Howard. 
War echoes. [Verses.] [Phila., 1898.] 16 

pp. — 4390.1 ss 

Dennis, John, of London, editor. 
English lyrics from Spenser to Milton. II- 
justratmns by Robert Anning Bell. Lon- 

Dicken^s, Oa'rles. ^^^'^ 

A Christmas carol. A fac-simile of the ori- 
gmal manuscript. London, [i^.] 

Dixon, William Macneile. ^^^^'^ 

In the republic of letters. N. Y., 1898. 

tS?^; ~ V'A PO«*n: of Matthew Arao?«?* - 
The poetry of George Meredith. - The poitry 

2U^* ^i.^*"*'* - "r*** "<>^^^» of George ^iSe^ 
dith. --The romantic revival. — ChalepA td kaU 
Dobson, Henry Austin. 
Miscellanies. N. Y., 1898. Portr. 4S7ga 176 

5°'^^^,°J»- .0 GpWsmithT^poems and pllTs '^ 

sS!fi° • ^*'"^" ?!=*^°^?;:.r- The latest iif; of 
Steele. - The author of "Monsieur Tonson." - 
Boswells predecessors and editors. — An Emr- 

field and its illustrators. — Old Whitehall — 
Luttrell's "Letters to Julia." - ChangSs afchar- 

i5?.F*^?u'; "T.i°*»° P*y; - At Leicester fields. - 
Martcilhe's "Memoirs." 

Gattinger, E. 
Die Lyrik Lydgates. Wien, 1896. 91 pp. 

Gilder, Richard Watson. 4552.55-4 

In Palestine, and other poems. N Y 

HaleVldird Everett. ^"^-ISP 

Works. Library edition. Boston, 1898 
\P^^: 4402.164 

Namely. —- i. The man without a country, and 
other stories. 

Hansson, Laura Marholm. 

We women and our authors. An English 

rendering, by Hermione Ramsden. Lon- 

don, 1899. 5588.14s 

Henderson, Thomas F. ^^ 

Scottish vernacular literature. London, 

1898. 455 S. I "^o 

Hewlett, Maurice. 4:)55.i39 

Pan and the young shepherd. A pastoral. 
London, 1898. 4579a. 184 

Hovey, Richard. 
Along the trail: a book of lyrics. Boston, 
1890. 4399a.i54 

Hutchison, William G., editor. 
Lyra Nicotiana: poems and verses con- 
cerning tobacco. London. [1898.] [The 
Canterbury poets.] 25600.126 

Keats, John. 
Endymion, & the longer poems. London, 
1898. Portr. [The Temple classics.] 

2549a. 103 
Kent, Charles William. 
Graphic representation of English and 
American literature. N. Y., 1898. 3598.179 

Nine charts; no text. 

Macaulay, Thomas Babington, baron. 
Essay on Addison. Edited by C. W. 
French. N. Y., 1898. Portr. 4558.154 
Nims, George Washington. 

[A collection of eulogies, odes and poems 
by him.] Boston, 1892 [etc.]. 4 oroad- 

sides. = 




Rands, William Brightv. 
Lilliput lyrics. London, 1899. Illus. 

Sir Gawain and the Green Knight A 
middle-English Arthurian romance. Re- 
told in modern prose, with introduction 
and notes, by Jessie L. Weston. London, 

1898. 4569a. 195 

Tennyson, Alfred, Baron Tennyson. 
Idylls of the king. With decorations by G. 
W. Rhead & L. Rhead. N. Y., 1898. 
Portr. ♦4560.106 

The princess. Edited by Wilson Farrand. 
N. Y., 1898. 456ob.85 

Whittier, John Greenleaf. 
Whittier.* [Extracts from his poetical and 
prose writings, illustrative of New Eng- 
land scenery.] Arranged by Anna M. 
Lucy. Boston. [1898. J Portr. Pis. 

Wilde, Oscar. 
The ballad of Reading gaol. By C. 3. 3. 
London, 1898. (6), 31 pp. A.9690 

Wolfe, Theodore Frelinghuysen. 

Literary haunts & homes. American au- 
thors. Phila., 1899. Pis. 4358. I2Q 

French Literature. 

Bruneticre, Marie Ferdinand. 
Essays in French literature. A selection, 
translated by D. Nichol Smith. London, 
i8igB. 2678.225 

Cyrano de Bergerac, Savinien. 
CEuvres comiques, galantes et litt^raires. 
Nouvelle edition, publi^e par P. L. Jacob 
[pseud, of Louis Paul Benolt Philippe 
Lacroix]. Paris, 1858. 6709a.35 

Rosenbauer, A. 
Die poetischen Theorien der Plejade nach 
Ronsard und Dubellay. Erlangen, 1895. 


German Literature. 

Dachsel, C. A. Paul. 
A poetical version of Jean Paul Friedrich 
Richter's Speech of Christ, and miscel- 
laneous poems. Sheboygan, Wis., 1898. = 

Nagl, Johann Willibald, and Jakob Zeidler. 
Deutsch osterreichische Literaturgeschichte. 
Halbband i. Wien. [1897.] Illus. 


Greek and Latin Literature. 

Agamemnon. With introduction and notes 
by A. Sidgwick. 2d edition. Oxford, 

1884. = 3009a 35 

The Seven against Thebes. With an intro- 
duction and notes by Isaac Flagg. Bos- 
ton, 1886. Map. = 30093.80 
A hundred fables of .£sop from the English 
vertion of Sir Roger L'Estrange. With 
pictures by P. J. Billinghurst. London, 
1*99. 3973-23 

Anrooy, Jan Frcderik Pictcr van. 
Quaestiones de epithetorum compo^tomni 
usu apud .^schylom et Euripidem. 
Utrecht, 1897. = 299641 

The clouds. Edited, by C. E. Graves. Cam- 
bridge, 1898. [Pitt press series.] 3009a.6s 
Androtion. Edited by T. R. Mills. Lon- 
don. [1898.] (3), 63 pi 
Lawton, William Cranston. 


The successors of Homer. London, 1898L 


Italian Literature. 

Annunzio, Gabriele d'. 

I sogni delle stagioni. Sogno d'un tra- 

monto d'autunno. Poenu tragico. Mi- 

lano, 1890. 93 PP- 6779a.37 

Symonds, John Addington. 1S4D- 

Sketches and studies in Ital;r and G r e e c e. 

3d, 3d series. New edition. London, 

1898. 2 V. 276SM9 

Persian Literature. 

Jala! al-Din, RiimI, Maul&ni. 
Selected poems from the Divini Shamai 
Tabriz. Edited and translated by R. A* 
Nicholson. Cambridge, 1898. 

Sanskrit Literature. 

Mahabharata, the epic of ancient India con- 
densed into English verse by Romesh 
Dutt. London, 1898. [Temple classics.] 


Spanish Literature. 

Arbulo, Juliin. 

Coplas y calendarios. Bilbao, 1897. 5097.188 
Arzadun, Juan. 

Poesia. Prologo de Miguel de Unamuno. 

Bilbao, 1897. 3097-185 

Brinckmeier, Eduard, compiler. 
Floresta de sitiras, fibulas, fibulas literarias, 
letrillas, sonetos burlescos, villancicos, 
d^cimas, epigramas y otras rimas festivas, 
elegida de fas obras de cdlebres ooetas 
espafioles. Leipzig, 1882. *^D.20oa.i30 
Giiell y Rent^, Jose. 
Poesias. 7a edicion. Paris, 1883. Portr. 


Rivero, Alejandro. 

Un poeta bilbaino, Alejandro Rivero. Bil- 
bao, 1808. 3097-194 
Roure, Jose. 
Fantasias vascongadas. Bilbao, 1897. 

Samaniego, F61ix Maria Sinchez de. 
Obras criticas. Precedidas de unos eatadios 

Sreliminares . . . por J. Apraiz. VoL I. 
lilbao, 1898. 9Vt'^ 

Trueba y la Quintana, Antonio Manud ttarn 
Cuentos populares. Leipzig, i^k. 


Villal6n, .Cristobal de. 

Ingeniosa comparaci6n entre lo antiguo y 

lo presente. Publlcala la Sociedad de 

bibli6tilos espafioles. [Colophon: Valla- 

dolid, 1539.] Madrid, 185^. ♦♦D.X70.90 

Drama. Shakespeare. 

Ebner, J. 
Beitrag zu einer Geschichte der dramati- 
ftchen Einheiten in Italien. Erlangen, 

18A ♦2954.38.15 

Fest, Otto. 
Der Miles gloriosus in der franzosischen 
Komodie von Beg^inn der Renaissance 
bis zu Moli^e. Erlangen, 1897. 

Filon, Pierre Marie Augustin. 
The modem French dtama. Translated by 
Janet E. Hogarth. London, 1898. 

Gregory, Eliot 
How Cyrano came to be written. An inter- 
view with M. Coquelin. N. Y. [1898.] 
(9) pp. Portrs. 6o99a.63 

Haigh, Arthur Elam. 
The Attic theatre. 2d edition. Oxford, 1898. 

Illus. 2963.45 

Jones, Henry Arthur. 

The rogne s comedy. N. Y., 1898. 4559.31 
Klein, Friedrich. 
Der Chor in den wichtigsten Tragodien der 
franzosischen Renaissance. Erlangen, 
1897. 2954.S.12 

Koeppel, Emil. 
Quellen-Studien zu den Dramen Ben Jon- 
son's, John Marston's und Beaumont's 
und Fletcher's. Erlangen, 1895. 

Kyd, Thoas. 
The Spanish tragedv. Edited by J. Schick. 
London, 1898. [The Temple dramatists.] 

Mackenzie, J. B. 
Thayendanegea: an historico -military dra- 
ma. Toronto, 1898. = 4395-39 
Magnus, Maurice, pseud. (?) 

Eldyle. A drama. N. Y., 1898. 28 pp. = 

Warner, Beverley E. 

English history in Shakespeare's plays. 
N. Y., 1896. 4598.163 


Abercromby, Hon. John. 

The pre- and proto-historic Finns both east- 
em and western, with the magic songs of 
the west Finns. London, 1898. 2 v. Pis. 
Maps. [Grimm library.] 2906.66 

BalUurd, Susan, translator. 

Fairy tales from far Japan. Translated 
from the Japanese. [London, 1898.] 
Illttt. 30i9a.32 

Takenobu, Y.. editor. 

Classical tales of old Japan. Tokyo, 1898. 
(2), 8d pp. Pis. = 30i9a.3i 


Medicine. Hygiene. 


Academy of medicine of Cincinnati. 
Transactions. March, 1897-March. 1898. 
[Cincinnati, 1898.] Illus. = '7732.60 

Association, The, of American medical col- 
Proceedings of the meeting at Denver, Jime 
6, 1898. Easton, Pa., 18$. 59 pp. = 

Austin, John Alfred. 

Manual of first aid. A text-book for ambu- 
lance classes . . . London, 1898. Illus. 

Baginskv, Adolf. 
Diphtherie und diphtheritischer Croup. 
Wien, 1898. Illus. [Specielle Pathologie 
und Therapie.] *3782.i3i, Th. i 

B6kai, Jinos. 
Report of intubations performed in the 
diphtheria ward of the Stefanie-Kinder- 
spital, Budapest. Translated . . . by £. 
M. Plummer. [Boston, 1898.] 7 pp. 
Illus. = 3793-25 

Farabeuf, L. H. 
Dystocie du d6troit sup^rieur. M^canisme- 
diagnostic - traitement - symph3rs6otomie. 
Compte-rendu d'une demonstration obstd- 
tricale. [Paris, 1894.] ^6 pp. Illus. 

Folmer, Hendrik Christiaan. 
£en geval van spheno-lordose ten gevolge 
van kunstmatige schedelmisvorming. ^- 
Gravenhage, 1897. 97 pp. Pis. = 3793.117 
Gage, Simon Henry. 
Picric and chromic acid for the rapid prepa- 
ration of tissues for classes in histology. 
[Buffalp, 1890.] 3 pp. = 3794.144 

Hmsdale, Guy. 
Acromegaly. An essay to which was 
awarded the Boylston prize of Harvard 
university, 1898. Detroit, 1898. (9), 88 
pp. Illus. = 3792.82 

Loopuyt, Jan. 
De conservatieve vaginale laparotomie. 
Leiden, 1898. (7), 70 pp. = 3772.80 

Monks, George Howard. 
Corrections, by operation, of some nasal de- 
formities and disfigurements. [Boston, 
1&8.] 14 pp. Illus. = 3809.135 

Otis, Edward Osgood. 
Some modern methods of the treatment of 
phthisis and its symptoms. [Boston, 
1898.] 28 pp. = 375H.8I 

Page, Charles £. 
Physiological treatment. [St. Louis, 1898.] 

(9) pp. = 5804.83 

Ray, Isaac. 1807-1881. 

Insanity of King George iii. Utica, N. Y., 

1855. 31 pp. = 6543.88 

Rieck, Alexander. 

tJber Geosot (Guajacol. valerianic- Dr. 

Wendt). Berlin 1808. 22 pp. = 5794-42 

Chiefly on the use of the drug for tuberculosis. 

Semmelink, Herman Bernard. 
Bijdrage tot de kennis van het onderste 
uterussegment. Leiden, i8q8. (9), 66 pp. 
Pis. = 3772.78 


Weichselbaum, Anton. 
Parasitologie. Jena, i8g8. 
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Illus. [Hand- 

Crow, Moses R. 
New York city's water "supply. 
[1898.] 29 pp. = 
Fuller, George W. 
Report on the investigations into 
fication of the Ohio river water 
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Lassar, Oskar. 

Uber Volksbader. 2. Auflage. 
schweig, 1888. 50 pp. = 
Topham, Thomas W. 

Health of body and mind. N. Y., 

" N. Y. 

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Alleman, Gellert. 
A further investigation of paradiazotuluene 
sulphate and the action of sulphuric acid 
on the methyl ether of paracresol. Eas- 
ton, Pa., 1897. 31 pp. = 5976.120 

Arbuckle, Howard Sell. 
A redetermination of the atomic weight of 
zinc and cadmium. Petersburg, Va., 1898. 
44 pp. = 5976.121 

Athcrton, Henry Brydge. 
Topography and surface geology. [Nashua, 
N. H.r 1895.] 15 pp. Illus. = 586oa.70 
Australian museum, Sydney. 
Catalogue of a collection of fossils. Syd- 
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Berg, Carlos. 
Quindecim lepidoptera nova faunae Rei- 

Sublicae Argentinae et Uruguayensis. 
>uenos Aires, 1885. 22 pp. = 3892.70 
Brackebusch, Luis. 
Las espccies minerales de la R^ublica Ar- 
gentma. Buenos Aires, 1879. = 7864.49 
Brewster, William. 185 1- 
Descriptions of seven supposed new North 
American birds. [N. Y., 1891.] 11 pp. = 

Buys Ballot, Christoph Hendrik Dietrich. 
Suggestions on a uniform system of me- 
teorological observations. Utrecht, 1872. 
i7)t 56 pp. [Royal Dutch meteorological 
institute.] = 5963.102 

Engineers' society of Western Pennsylvania. 
Chemical section. 
Methods for the analysis of ores, pig iron 
and steel, in use at tne laboratories of iron 
and steel works in the region about Pitts- 
burg, Pa. . . . Easton, Pa., i%>8. 

Fewkes, Jesse Walter. 

On excavations made in rocks by sea- 
urchins. [Phila., 1890.] 21 pp. Illus. = 

^ ^ 5885.43 

On the larval formations of Spirorbis bore- 
alis. [Phila., 1885.] 11 pp. Pis. — 



Jameson, Robert 
An outline of the minendogy of the Shet- 
land islands, and of the liiand of Arran. 
Edinburgh, 1798. Maps. 5864^ 

Kjerulf, Theodor. 
Beskrivelse af en Raekke norske Bergarter. 
Kristiania, 1892. 94 pp. Pis. = 386oa.5 
Langley, Samuel Pierpont 
On hitherto unrecognized wave-lengths. 
[New Haven, 1886.] 24 pp. Pis. = 

Lowell observatory, Flagstaff, Arizona. 
Annals. Vol. i. Observations of the planet 
Mars . . . 1894-5. Boston, 1898. Pis. 
Maps. = *392oa.89 

Meyer, Ernst Sigismund Christian von. 
A history of chemistry. 2d edition. Lon- 
don, 1898. 3974-158 
Microscopical society of West Chester, Fenn. 
Reports ... on the Act of Assembly . . . 
awarding a premium for the destruction 
of hawks, owls, minks, weasels, etc, etc, 
enacted June 23, 1885. West Chester, Pa., 
1887. 16 pp. = 3908.75 

Treats chietiy of the food habits of bawlu and 

Museo nacional de Buenos Aires. 
Comunicaciones. Tomo i, no. i. Buenos 
Aires, 1898. = ^5831.61 

Ragland, Charles Dabney. 
Some double halides of cadmium with the 
methylamines and tetramethylammonium. 
Easton, Pa., 1897. a5, (i) pp. lUus. = 

Rogers, William Augustus. 
The determination of geographical latitude 
from observations in the prime vertical 
New Haven, 1869. iv, 45 pp. Illus. = 


Russell, Israel Cook. 
Rivers of North America. N. Y., 1898. 
Illus. Maps. 5866.36 

Ryland, Garnett 
A contribution to the study of liquid mix- 
tures of constant boiling-point Easton, 
Pa., 1898. 17 pp. = 5976.1i/ 

Spackman, Henry Spencer. 
The timepiece of shadows. A history of the 
sun dial. N. Y., 1895. Illus. J923.82 

Steenstrup, Knud Johan Vogel. 
Om Flyvesandets Indvirkning paa Rulles- 
tenenes Form. [Stockholm, 1888.] 4 pp. 

= 3869.141 

Stoddard, Wililam Bull. 
A further study of the products formed by 
the action of heat on parasulphamineben- 
oic acid. Easton, Pa., 1897. = 5976.119 
Traube, Isidor. 
Physico-chemical methods. Trans, by W. L. 
Hardin. Phila., 1898. Illus. 3964.150 

University of Kansas. University geological 
Annual bulletin on mineral resources of 
Kansas, for 1897. By Erasmus Haworth. 
Lawrence, Kansas, 1898. Pis. = 


Veiy, Frank Worthington. 
Hail-storms. [Pittsburgh, 1894.] 20 pp. = 

Vines, Sydney Howard. 
An elementary text-book of botany. Lon- 
don, 1898. Illus. 5854.30 



Ward, Lester Frank. 
The conrse of biologic evolution. [Wash- 
ington, 1890.] 33 pp. = 3825.37 
Wilson, Andrew, Ph.D. 
The light side of science. N. Y., 1898. 


Wirdn, AxeL 

Hdematoclei>tes terebellidis, nouvelle ann6- 

lide parasite de la famille des euniciens. 

Stockholm, 1886. 10 pp. Pis. = 5886.^ 

Om en hos eremitkraftor lefvande annelid. 

Stockholm, 1888. 14, (i) pp. Pis. = 


A Tariety of Nereis fncatm b described as a com- 
mensal with hermit crabs. 

Anthropology. Ethnology. 

American statistical association. 

Papers on anthropometry. Boston, 1894. 
Tables. = 3764.128 

Barclay, Isabella. 
The way the world went then. London, 
1898. Illus. 2239.19 

Brinton, Daniel Garrison. 
Note on the criteria of wampum. [Phila.? 
1898.] 2 pp. = 4363.203 

Burrows, Guy. 
The land of the pigmies. With introduc- 
tion by H. M. Stanley. N. Y. [1898.] 
Illus. 3056.161 

Carr, Lucien. 
The social and political position of women 
among the Huron-Iroquois tribes. Sa- 
lem, 1884. 216 pp. = ^^4364.200 
Girard, Henri. 
Aide-memoire d'anthropologie et d'ethno- 
graphie. Paris, 1898. Illus. 38^6 
Haddon, Alfred Cort 
The study of man. London, 1898. Illus. 


Ontes, F61ix R 

Etnografia argentina. Segunda contribuci6n 

al estudio de los Indios Querandies. 

Buenos Aires, 1898. 60 pp. = 4364.204 

Pfitzner, Wilhelm. 

£in fieitrag zur Kenntniss der sekundaren 

Greschlechtsunterschiede beim Menschen. 

[Jena, 1897.] 52 pp. = 3822.198 

Roth, Santiago. 

Ueber den Schadel von Pontimelo (richtiger 

Fontizuelos). (In Mittheilungen aus dem 

anatomischen Institut im Vesalianum. 

Pp. 1-13. [Basel, 1891.]) = 2239.17 

Svensica sallskapet for antropologi och geo- 

grafi, Stockholm. 

Geografiska sektionens tidskrift. Bd. i. 

1878-80. Stockholm, 1878-80. 13 parts in 

I V. Maps. ^6273.24 

This journal was succeeded by Ymer [*6z73.2s]. 

Tidskrift for antropologi och kulturhistoria 
utgifven af Antropologiska sallskapet i 
Stockholm. 1873-1877. Stockholm. [1875- 
82.1 16 parts m i v. Illus. *a273.2i 

This society united at the close of 1877 with 
STcnska sallskapet for antropologi och geografi. 


Abbe, Geveland. 
Historical note on the method of least 
squares. [New Haven, 1871.] 6 pp. = 


Philosophy. Education. 



Aitken, E. H. 
The five windows of the soul, or, thoughts 
on perceiving. London, 1898. 3589.174 
Larrowe, Marcus Dwight. 
Assimilative memorv. By A. Loisette 
[pseud.]. N. Y., 1898. Portr. 5609.45 
Siger von firabant. 
Die Impossibilia, eine philosophische Streit- 
schrift aus dem xiii. Tahrhundert. Hrsg. 
von C. Baeumker. Mtinster, 18^ 

3604. 1 12.2 
Snider, Denton Jaques. 
Psychology and the psychosis. Intellect. 
St. Louis. [1896?] 3607.163 

Woods, James Haughton. 
Thomas Brown's Causationstheorie und ihr 
Einfluss auf seine Psychologic. Inaugu- 
ral-Dissertation . . . Leipzig, 1897. = 



Baldwin, James Mark. 
Mental development in the child and the 
race. 2d edition. N. Y., 1898. Illus. 

Bell, Alexander Graham. 

Address upon the condition of articulation 
teaching in American schools for the 
deaf. Boston, 1893. 72 pp. = 5597.28 
Brown, Elmer Ellsworth. 

The school. [Oakland, Gal., 1896.] 12 pp. 

= 3596.164 

Burch: Robert L. 
Technical schools. [Nashville? 1898.] 11 
pp. = 5597.118 

Chicago association of parents of 'deaf chil- 
Public day schools for deaf children. Chi- 
cago, 1897. 16 pp. = 5597-39 
Columbia university quarterly. Vol. i, no. i. 
N. Y., 1898. Portrs. = *448i.73 

The successor of Columbia university bulletin 

Fowler, Thomas. 
Corpus Christi. London, 1898. Pis. [Col- 
lege histories. Oxford.] 24993.12 
Garrett, Mary S. 
Homes for teaching deaf children to speak. 
[Washington, 1896.] 7 PP. = 5597-34 
Lessons drawn from the past history of the 
education of the deaf to guide us in our 
present work. [Washington, 1893.] (3) 

pp. = 5597.36 

The next step in the education of the deaf. 

[Washington, 189-?] (4) pp. = 559735 
Greene, Jeremiah Evarts. 
The Roxbury Latin school. An outline of 

its history. Worcester, 1887. 21 pp. = 

♦4499a. igo 


Harvard college. Graduate school. 

Catalogue of the doctors of philosophy and 

of science, and of the masters of arts and 

of science. 1873-1898. Cambridge, 1898. 

=: *4483.i6a 

Hopkinson school, Boston. 

Year book. Boston, 1895. = 
Hubbard, Gardiner Greene. 
The story of the rise of the oral method [of 
instructing the deaf] in America. [Edited 
by Mabel G. Bell.] Washington, 1898. 
48 pp. Portr. = 559733 

Hutton, William Holden. 
S. John Baptist college. London, 1898. Pis. 
[College histories. University of Ox- 
ford.] 2499a.iS 
Johnson, John Butler. 

A higher industrial and commercial educa- 
tion as an essential condition of our future 
material prosperity. [Boston, 1898.] 26 

pp. = 3593.145 

Koeniglich-preussische Friedrich Wilhelms 
Universitaet, Berlin. 
Chronik, fiir 1897/8. Jahrg. 11. Berlin, 
1898. = *5594-i32 

Leonard, Delavan Levant. 
The story of Oberlin. Boston. [1898.] 
Portrs. Pis. 4388.104 

National educational association. 
Constitution. [Washington 1897.] 8 pp. = 

Official program and guide. 37th annual 
meeting, held at Washington, July 7-12, 
1898. Illus. = 3596.161 

Department 16. Official program. July 7- 
12, 1898. [Washington.] 1898. = 3590.159 
Ramsay, George Gilbert. 
Should women study the classics? Glas- 
gow, 1891. 34 pp. = 5596.22 
Stearns, Lutie £. 
The child and the small library. [Madison.] 
1898. 9 pp. = 5594.126 
Stewardson, Langdon C. 
The Lehigh university . . . Origins and 
destiny. South Bethlehem, Pa., 1898. 26 
pp. = 4492.230 
Tarver, John Charles. 
Debateable claims. Essays on secondary 
education. Westminster, 1898. 3598. 181 
Technology review, The. A quarterly maga- 
zine relating to the Massachusetts Insti- 
tute of technology. Vol. i. Boston, 1899. 
Pis. Portr. = *735i.i5 
University of Glasgow. 
Students* handbook. Selkirk. [1893.] = 

Queen Margaret college. 
Annual report. Session 1882/83, 1884/85- 
1889/90. Glasgow, 1883-90. = ♦2509.141 
Calendar, 1884/85-92/93. Glasgow, 1884- 
02. = 2509.136 

Memorandum and articles of association. 
Dated 15th June, 1883. Glasgow, 1883. 

12, (l) pp. = *2500.I24 

Report of proceedings at the opening of 
session, 1891-92. Glasgow, 1891. = 


Ethics. Manners. 

Glover. Elizabeth. 
The gentle art of pleasing. 

N. Y. [1898.] 


Hall, Walter Scott 
The universal law of forms and signs of 
character. Part i. The essential elements 
of law. San Francisco, 1898. 48 pp. = 

Taylor, Elbert O. 

Short studies in scientific temperance. 3d 

edition. Milwaukee. [1897.] == 7589.107 

Religion. Theology. 

Adadourian, Haig. 
If Jesus came to Manomet [Plymouth.! 
i8Qt$. 19 pp. 3479.128 

The Gospel according to John. English 
and Hawaiian. Honolulu, 1S54. = 

Conference of bishops of the Anjg^lican com- 
munion. Holden at Lambetn palace, in 
Tulv, 1897. Encyclical letter from tlie 
bishops, with resolutions and reports. 2d 
edition. London, 1897. 3547-109 

Cooke, John P. 
The only God, or whence? and whither? 
[Boston.] 1897. 16 pp. =: 3489.121 

Daae, Ludvig. 
Symbolae ad historiam ecclesiasticam pro- 
vinciarum septentrionalium magni dissidii 
s^nodique Constantiensis temporibos per- 
tmentes. Christianiae, 1888. (3), 40 pp. 
= 3540.48 

Dal^airns, John Bernard. 
Life of St. Stephen Harding, abbot of 
Citeaux, and founder of the Cistercian 
order. Edited bv J. H. Newman. New 
edition, by H. Thurston. London, 1898. 


Dillon, £mile J. 

The sceptics of the Old Testament: Job, 

Koheleth, Agur. London, 1895. 5424^5 

Douai, Adolf. 

Wider Gottes- und Bibelglauben. Berlin, 

1894. 48 pp. = 7485^38 

Farrar, Frederick William, editor. 

The life and teaching^ of Jesus Christ. A 

continuous narrative collated from the 

Gospels. N. Y., 1898. Pis. 3479-130 

Goulburn, Edward Meyrick. 

The Lord's prayer. N. Y., 1898. 344847 
Huffcut, Ernest Wilson. 
The war spirit the spirit of justice. [Ithaca? 
1898.] (18) pp. = 4424.76 

Hykes, John R. 

[Report on the Philippine islands as a field 
for Bible work.] [1898.] Broadside. = 


"Believed to be the first report received bj any 
religious organization in the United States faiMn 
the Philippine islands." — MS. note. 

Isla, Jose Francisco de. 

Historia del famoso predicador Fray Ge- 

rundio de Campazas, alias Zotes. Pri- 

mera edicion, hecha sobre la edicion 

principe de 1758 y el manuscrito aut6- 

E-afo del autor por Eduardo Lidforss. 
eipzig, 1885. 2 V. **D.a6oa.i3i 

Jessup, Henry Harris. 
The setting of the crescent and the rising 
of the cross, or Kamil Abdul Messiah^ a 
Syrian convert from Islam to Christiamty. 
Phila., 1898. Illus. Portrs. 355S^I37 


Lathbttiy, Qarence. 
God winning us. Germantown, 1898. 

Lyon, William Henry. 
Partnership with God [Boston.] 1894. 12 
pp. = 7409.168 

Overton, John Henry. 

The Anglican revival. Chicago, 1898. 3528.119 
Peabody, Francis Greenwood. 
Afternoons in the College chapel. Short 
addresses to young men on personal re- 
ligion. Boston, iSgS* 3449a. 148 
Stromer, N. Hjalmar. 
Framtidsvinkar. En serie forpostiaktningar 
emot djefvulen, verlden och v4rt eget 
kott m. m. Stockholm, 1884. = 3489^14 
Thompson, Hugh Miller. 
Work and pay: a sermon. N. Y., 1892. 
26 pp. = 5648.150 
Vovsey, Ellison Anneslev. 
On almsgiving. [London, 1896.] 7 pp. = 

Wheeler, Henry. 

One thousand questions and answers con- 
cerning the Methodist episcopal church. 
N. Y. [1898.] 3549a. 123 

Law. Legislation. 

Borrias, Charles Gautier David. 

Over de beperking van de wetgevende be- 

voegdheid der plaatselijke besturen door' 

de wetgeving van rijk en provincie. Arn- 

heuL [1898,] = 7637.60 

Coin^beare, Frederick Comwallis. 

The Dreyfus case. London, 1898. Portrs. 

Holland, Thomas Erskine. 
Studies in international law. Oxford, 1898. 

Javier de Urbina, Francisco. 

Privilegios y memorias de Vitoria. Ano 

1775. Bilboa, 1897. 3097.189 

Picard, Edmond. 

Le droit ptir. Encyclopedic du droit, alias 

premiers principes juridiques. Syllabus. 

3e Edition. Bruxelles, 1897. 3626.38 

Smith, Henry Arthur, barrister-at-law, editor. 

The married women's property acts, 1882 & 

1884. 2d edition. London, 1884. = 

South Carolina. Court of appeals. 

The book of allegiance; or. a report of the 

arguments of counsel, and opinions of the 

Court of appeals, on the oath of allegiance. 

Columbia, 1834. ^7635. 19 

United States. 

The United States bankruptcy law of 1898. 
With index . . . Albany. [1898.I 53 pp. 


Useful and Industrial 


Ast, — k. k. Regierungsrath. 

Beziehungen zwischen Gleis und rollendem 
Materiale. Die Schwelle und ihr Lager. 
Pis. (In Organ fiir die Fortschritte des 
Eisenbahnwesens. N. F., Bd. 35, Beilage. 
Wiesbaden, 1898.) 8010.158 


Cotton states exposition, Atlanta, 1895. 
Catalogue of the colonial committee. [At- 
lanta, 1895.] 86 pp. = *4489a.i6i 
Exposition, L', de Paris 1900. Publication 
hebdomadaire. No. i. Paris. [1899.] 
Illus. ^^8020. 130 
Fletcher, Thomas. 
The commercial uses of coal gas. Warring- 
ton. [189-?] Illus. = 8oi9a.57 
Hinkley & Drury, Boston. 
Drawings of the steam engine "Charles* 
town. Size, 2i}i x 28}^ inches. = 

Hodges, Lawrence Kaye, editor. 
Mining in the Pacific Northwest. Seattle, 

1897. Maps. 7867.85 
Huergo, Luis A. 

Examen de la propuesta y proyecto del 
puerto del Eduardo Madero. Discusion 
franca. Parte i, 2. Buenos Aires, 1886. 
Plan. = 594oa.27 

India-rubber and gutta-percha and electrical 
trades journal. Weekly. Vol. 11, no. 6- 
12; 12-15. London, 1896-98. Illus. 

Kerntler, Franz. 
Die Moglichkeit einer experimentellen Ent- 
scheidung zwischen den verschiedenen 
elektrodynamischen Grundgesetzen. Bu- 
dapest, 1898, 18 pp. = 3963.156 
Slingo, W., and A. B rocker. 
Electrical engineering. Revised and en- 
larged edition. London, 1898. Illus. 

Smart, Richard Addison. 
A handbook of engineering laboratory prac- 
tice. N. Y., 1898. Illus. 4039.15 
Smith, Strother Ancrum. 
On the futility of all schemes for preventing 
inundations of the Tiber. Rome, 1875. 
22 pp. = 594970 
Wakeman, Antomette Van Hoesen and Louise 
M. Heller. 
Scientific sewing and garment cutting. For 
use in schools and in the home. Boston, 

1898. Illus. 6009.118 

Agriculture. Domestic Animals. 

Campbell, William, of Leeds. 
Cooperative agriculture. Manchester. [1894. J 
II pp. = 5567.84 

Card, Fred Wallace. 

Bush-fruits. N. Y., 1898. Illus. 3997*43 
Greene, William Thomas. 
Popular parrakeets: their breeding and 
management by amateurs. London, 1898. 

(4), 92 pp. Pis. 3909.41 

Page, Charles N. 

Feathered pets. A treatise on the food, 

breeding and care of canaries, parrots, 

and other cage birds. Des Moines. [1898.] 

Illus. 6oo9a.i3i 

Voorhees, Edward Burnett. 

Fertilizers. N. Y., 1898. 39(^44 

Military and Naval Art, Science, 
and History. 

Morris, William O'Connor. 
The great campaigns of Nelson. London, 
1898. Portr. Maps. 2C^4^<^AV^ 


Baird, William Raimond. 

American college fraternities. 5th edition. 
N. Y., 1898. lUus. 2388.53 

Perky, Henry D. 

The vital question, and Our navy, 1898. 3d 

edition. [Worcester, 1897, 9o-] 65 op. 
Portrs. Pis. = 8006.55 

The first article contains receipts for the various 
ways of preparing shredded wheat. 

Sotithey, Robert 1774-1843. 
The British admirals. With an introduc- 
tory view of the naval history of England. 
London, 1833-40. 5 v. *652S.i4 

Continued in vol. 5 by Robert Bell. 

Squadron bulletin of the North Atlantic 
squadron [No. 1-63], with an introduc- 
tion by Rear admiral Sampson. (Re- 
print.) N. Y., 1898. 98 pp. 5959.112 

Stenzel, Alfred. 
The British navy. [Translated by A. Son- 
nenschein.] London^ iM< lHus. Maps. 


Amusements. Games, 


Enebuske, Claes. 
Observations on the results of the pedago- 
gical gymnastics of the Ling system made 
at the Boston normal school of gymnas- 
tics. Boston, 1893. 20 pp. Charts. = 

Harting, James Edmund. 
The rabbit. With a chapter on cookery by 
A. I. Shand. London, 1898. 4006.141 
Posse, Nils, baron. 
Columbian collection of essays on Swedish 
gymnastics. Boston, 1893. 47 pp. = 

Posse gymnasium, Boston. 
History, location, aim. [Boston, 1897 J 14 
pp. = 37&.142 

Thormanby, pseud. 
Kings of the hunting field: memoirs and 
anecdotes of masters of hounds . . . with 
histories of famous packs. London, 1899. 
Portrs. 4005.143 

Young, Franklin K. 
The major tactics of chess. Boston, 1898. 
Illus. 6005.X05 


In English. 

Avery, Harold. 

The triple alliance, its trials and triumphs. 

London, 1899. Pis. 77-125 

Belle, By the author of Miss Toosey's mission 

[etc.]. Boston, 1898. 56.225 

Benson, Edward Frederic. 

The money market Phila., 1899. PI. 57.1 
Bjf^rnson, Bjf^rnstjerne. 
Absalom's hair & A painful memory. 
(Translated from the Norwegian.) Lon- 
don, 1898. 1027.48 


Burnham, Qara Louise. 

A great love. Boston, 1898. 67.252 

Chambers, Robert William. 

Ashes of empire. N. Y. [iSgS.] 66.1 

Franco- Prussian war, 1870-71. 

Deland, Ellen Douglas. 

Katrina. Boston. [1898.] Pis. 77-^24 

Deland, Margaret 

Old Chester tales. With iUus. by Howard 

Pyle. N. Y.. 1899. ^S 

Dole, Nathan Haskell. 

Omar the Tentmaker. Botton, 1899. PU. 


"A tale baaed on authentic facts in the career of 
the famous Persian poet, Omar Khayyam." 

Douglas, Amanda Minnie. 
A little giri of old Boston. N. Y., 1898. 


Boston, during the War of 181a. 

Sherburne giris. N. Y. [1898.] 67.249 
Droomgoole, William Allen. 
A moonshiner's son. Phila., 1898. IIliis. 


Frederic, Harold. 

Gloria mundi. Chicago, 1898. ^.255 

Gibbon, Charles. 

By mead and stream. London, 1887. 54*99 

The golden shaft. London, 1883. 54-XOO 

Of high degree. London, 1897. 54-104 

Godfrey, Elizabeth. 

Poor human nature, A musical novcL 
N. Y., 1898. 56^19 

Green, Evelyn Everett-. 

Esther's charge. London, 1899. Pis, 77."9 
Harrison, Constance Gary. 

Good Americans. N. Y., 1898. 07*254 

Harte, Francis Bret. 

Stories in light and shadow. Boston, 1898. 

Hector, Annie French. (Mrs. Alexander.) 

The cost of her pride. Phila., 1899. 56.^ 
Herrick, Robert 

The gospel of freedom. N. Y., 1898. 67^50 
Hewlett, Maurice. 

The forest lovers. N. Y., 1898. 57^ 

Hocking, Joseph. 

Mistress Nancy Molesworth. N. Y., 1898. 


Place, Cornwall, England. Time. 1745- 

Hohler, Mrs. Edwin. 

For Peggy's sake. London, 1898. Fit. 

James, Henry, jr. 

The spoils of Poynton. Boston, 1897. 

Jordan, Kate, now Mrs. F. M. Vcrmilyc 

A circle in the sand. Boston, 1898. 68.3 
Keddie, Henrietta. (Sarah TyUcr.) 

Mrs. Carmichael's goddesses. London, 1898. 

King, Charles. 
From school to battle-field. Phila., 1899. 

Pis. 77.i«7 

Kirschner, Lola. (Ossip Schubin.) 
The story of a genius. From the Gennan. 
Englished by E. H. Lockwood. N. Y., 
1898. , 1024^ 

Lippman, Julie Mathilde. 
Dorothy Day. A story for girls. Phila., 
1898. Pis. 77.123 

McManus, Blanche, 
Told in the twilight. Stories to tell to chil- 
dren. N. Y. [1898.] Pis. 77.121 



Marshall, Emma. 
Under the dome of St Paul's. A story of 
Sir Christopher Wren's days. N. Y., 
1896. Portr. Pis. 56.220 

Merriman, Henry Seton. 

Young Mistley. N. Y., 18991 57.5 

Molesworth, Mary Louisa. 
The laurel walk. Phila., 1899. Portr. 

The magic nuts. London, 1898. Pis. 


Muriree, Manr Noailles. (Charles Egbert 


.The story of old Fort Loudon. N..Y.. 1899. 

Pis. 68.6 

Time of French and Indian war. 

New Stories from the Chap-book. Chicago, 
i^ 67.248 

Ollivant, Alfred. 

Bob, son of Battle. N. Y., 1898. 57.4 

Richards, Laura E. 

Melody Boston, 1898. 77.126 

Slosson, Annie Trumbull. 
Dtmib foxglove and other stories. N. Y., 
1898. 67.234 

Stockton, Frank Richard. 
The associate hermits. N. Y., 1899. Pis. 


Stuart, Ruth McEnery. 

Moriah's mourning and other half-hour 

sketches. N. Y., 1890. Pis. 67.251 

Tttttiett, Miss M. G. (Maxwell Gray.) 

The bouse of hidden treastire. N. Y., 1898. 

Walford, Lucy Bethiah. 

The archdeacon. N. Y., 1899. 57.3 

Wells, David Dwight 
Her ladyship's elephant. N. Y., 1898. 

Westcott, Edward Noyes. 

David Harum. A story of American life. 

N. Y. i8ga 68.2 

Winslow, Wmiam H. 

A naval story of the late war. Pittsburgh, 

1885. =• 67.98 

In French. 

Arrom, Cecilia Boehl de. (Fernan Caballero.) 

Nouvelles andalouses. Traduites de Tes- 

pagnol par A. (}ermond de Lavigne. 

Paris, 1882. = 3098.52 

Immermann, Carl Leberecht. 

Les paysans de Vestphalie. Roman alle- 
mand, traduit par M. Desfeuilles. Paris, 
1876. = 2897.12 

Kompert. Leoi>old. 

Nouvelles juives. Traduites de I'allemand 
par Daniel Stauben. Paris, 1884. = 

4870a. 121 

In German. 

Dahn, Ludwig Julius Felix. 

Sigwalt una Sigridh. Ein nordische Er- 
zahlung. 2te Auflage. Leipzig, 1899. 

4870a. 123 
Eckstein, Ernst. 

Adotja. Novellen. Berlin, 1897. 486oa.78 
Hungari, Anton, editor. 
Komahren. Eine Sammlung von Parabeln. 
Frankfurt am Main, 1856. PI. = 6896.90 


Muegge, Theodor. 

Toussaint. Roman. 2te Auflage. 
Breslau, 1862. 5 v. 6899.136 

Radius, Anna. (Neera.) 

Theresa. Aus dem Italienischen ubersetzt 
von Helene Katz. Leipzig. [1898.] 

Rosegger, Petri Kettenfeier. 

Waldjugend. Geschichten fur junge Leute 
von 15 bis 70 Jahren. Leipzig. [1897.I 
Illus. 6897.28 

Schmid, Hermann Theodor von. 

Der Bergwirth. Geschichte aus den bairi- 
schen Bergen. 2. Auflage. Leipzig. 
I1874.] 6899.166 

Der Kanzler von Tirol. Geschichtiicher 
Roman. 2. Auflage. Leipzig. [1869.] 
4 V. in 2. 6899.162 

Der Loder. Geschichte aus den bainschen 
Bergen. Leipzig. [1874.] 6899.169 

Mein Eden. Eine Munchener Geschichte 
aus den Zeiten Karl Theodor's. 2. Auf- 
lage. Leipzig. [1867.1 6899.163 

Das Miinchener Rindeln. Erzahlung aus 
der Zeit des Kurfiirsten Ferdinand Maria. 
2. Auflage. Leipzig. [1874.] 6899.165 

Die Zuwider-Wurzen. Geschichte aus den 
bairischen Bergen. 2. Auflage. Leipzig. 

I1874.I 6899.1C7 

In Polish. 

Caine, Thomas Henry Hall. 
ChrzeScijanin. PowieSc na tie stosunk6w 
amerykahskich przeklad C. N[iewiadom- 
skiejj. Warszawa, 1898. 3066.192 

In Spanish. 

Arrom, Cecilia Boehl de, compiler. (Fernan 
Cuentos, oraciones, adivinas y refranes 
populares € infantiles. Leipzig, 1878. 

Un verano en Bornos. Cosa cumplida . . . 
solo en la otra vida. Lady Virginia. Tres 
novelas originales. Leipzig, 1882. 

Perez Gald6s, Benito. 1845- 
La fontana de oro. Novela hist6rica. Leip- 
zig, 1883. **D.26oa,i20 

The scene is laid in Spain during i8ao-^. 

Sinues de Marco, Maria del Pilar. 
Amor y llanto. Coleccion de leyendas his- 
t6rica8 originales. Leipzig, 1&3. 

Trueba y La Quintana, Antonio Manuel 
Maria de. 
La hijas del Cid. Leipzig, 1870. *'^D.26oa.99 

Associations. Clubs. 

Anti-bell-ringing society. Boston. 
Constitution. Boston, 1839. 16 pp. = 



Croly, lane Cunningham. 
The history of a woman's club in America. 
N. Y.. 1898. Illus. ♦5583.24 

League of American wheelmen. Massachu- 
setts division. 
Official appointments for 1898. [Boston, 
i8p8.] (8) pp. = 2371.106 

Periodicals. Annuals. 
I ndexes. 

American economic association. 
Publications. General contents and index 


of vols. i-ii. i88(H)6i N. Y, [1897.] 
52 pp. 556CMUI1 

Family lyceum. The. [Weekly.] Conducted 
by J. Holbrook. Boston, 1853- nins. 


Mathematische Annalen . . . Generalregister zu 

den Banden 1-50 zusammengestellt von 
A. Sommerfeld. Leipzig, 18$^ Portr. 


The periodicml is on shelf-no. ** £.5145.1. 

New England home magazine. VoL 2-^4. 
Boston, 1898. Illus. = ^221.40 

Issued as a supplement to the 



Social Science. 

Political Economy. 

Armsden, John. 

Trade Depressions, or the Cause of Cutting 

and its Remedy. London. [189-?] 31 

pp. = 5659.112 

Bengough, J. W. 

The up-to-date Primer. N. Y., 1896. 7$ pp. 

= 5649.131 

This advocates single tax. 

Bliss, H. L. 
Bad Money and Wages. [Chicago, 1895.] 
3 pp. Ilfus. = 5649133 

On the free coinage of silver. 

Carlisle, John GrifHn. 
Gold- Oder Silber-Wahrung? N. p. [1896.] 
8 pp. = 5649.127 

Corthell, Elmer Lawrence. 
Maritime Commerce, past, present, future. 
Bern, 1898. 20 pp. = 5651.45 

Devine, Edward Thomas. 

Economics. N. Y., 1898. 3659.28 

Donnell, Ezekiel J, 

Free Coinage of Silver the Ruin of all 

Credit N. Y., 1895. 8 pp. = 5649.140 

Eaton, Charles Henry. 

The moral Aspects of the present Campaign. 

A Sermon. October 4th, 1896. [N. Y.? 

1896.] 17 pp. = 5649129 

A discussion of the silver question. 

Foote, Allen Ripley. 
The Money of the Constitution. N. Y. 
[1896.1 = 3649a.25 

Garrison, William Lloyd, the younger. 

Senator Hoar and Protection. [Boston, 
1895.1 21 po. = 7648.64 

Gold Standard Defence Association. 

The Gold Standard. A Selection from the 
Papers issued in 1895-1898. London, 

1898. 3646.153 

Gordon, F. G. R. 

Hard Times: the Cause and Cure. Girard, 
Kansas, 1897. 27, (3) PP. 5569a. 124 

Harriman, Daniel Gould. 

American Tariffs from Plymouth Rock to 
McKinley. N. Y., 1892. 95 pp. = 

7649a. 14 
L6pez Tuero, Fernando. 

Estado moral de los Factores de la Produc- 

cion en Cuba y Puerto- Rico. Madrid, 

1896. 56 pp. =2 5659108 

Mactarlane, Charles William. 
Value, Price, and Distribution. [Prospec- 
tus.) Phila., 1898. 24 pp. = 564^150 

Massachusetts State Board of Trade. 
A Report of the Proceedings of a Conven- 
tion representing the commercial and in- 
dustrial Interests of the New England 
States, held at Boston, March 22, i8g8. 
[Boston, 1898. J 46 pp. = 3656.85 

Reform m Taxation. [Extracts from Ad- 
dresses by] F. T. Greenhalge, Josiah 
Quincy, John D. Long. J. A. Lane, Je- 
rome Jones, John C. Cobb, with Editorials 
from the Boston Papers. Boston, 1896. 

38 pp. = 5648.152 

Rogers, John R. 

Free Land. The Remedy for involuntary 

Poverty, social Unrest and the Woes of 

Labor. Tacoma. [1897.] 19 pp. = 

Starke, J. Anthony. 

The true Situation. A non-partisan State- 
ment on the financial and economic Issues 
of the Hour. N. Y., 1896. 40 pp. = 

^ , ^ ^ ^ 5648.156 

Taylor, Robert S. 

The silver Question. An Address delivered 
at Fort Wayne, Ind., Aug. 6, 1896. [Fort 
Wayne 1896.] 36 pp. = 5649134 

Warner, John De Witt. 

"Free Coinage" dissected. N. Y., 1896. 32 

PP- = *3649a.S2.3 

Women's Institute, London. 

A Dictionary of Employments open to 

Women, with Details of Wages, Hours of 

Work, and other Information. London, 

V '^F^ XT, SSa5.34 

Yeaman. George Helm. 

The silver Standard. N. Y., 1896. 32 pp. 

Illus. ♦3649a. «?2. 5 

Zeitschrift fur Volkswirtschaft, Socia'poHtik 

und Verwaltung. Organ der Gesellschaft 

osterreichischer Volkswirte. Wien, 1802- 

98. 7 V. = 9330.543<5.-i 

Quarterly. Current numbers may be consulted 
in the Statistical Department 

Political Science. 

Deploige, Simon. 
The Referendum in Switzerland. Trans- 
lated by C. P. Trevelyan. Edited with 
notes ... by Lilian Tomn. London, 
1898. 35^.255 

Diplomatic Fly-Sheets. (Chiefly repnnted 
from Vanity fair. [Monthly.] London. 
1877-91- = *2304.io8 


Falkner, Roland Post. 
The Development of the Census. Phila., 

1898. 30 pp. *93io.973 
Hoar, George Frisbie. 

No constitutional Power to conquer foreign 
Nations and hold their People in subjec- 
tion against their will. Speech in the 
Senate, January 9, 1899. Washington, 

1899. 28 pp. = 4228.73 
Jordan, David SUrr. 

Imperial Democracy. Boston, 1898. 19 PP. 
_ 4228.74 

Marshall, Perry. . 

Evolution in Government, or the Coming 
of God's kingdom. Chicago, 1894. 29 
pp. = 3659.14 

National Primary Election League. ^ 
National Conference [ist] on practical Re- 
form of primary Elections, held . . . Jan. 
ao and 21, 1898. Chicago. [1898.] = 



Association for improving the Condition of 
the Poor, New York. 
Cultivation of vacant city Lots by the Un- 
employed. N. Y., 1895. 47 pp. Pis. = 

7579a. 1 1 
Derfel, Robert Jones. ,, ^ . . 

On the Importance of nght Methods irt 
teaching Socialism. [Manchester, 1891.] 
15 pp. = 5569a.i32 

Devine, Edward T. 
Public outdoor Relief. N. Y. [1898.] 23 
pp. 5576.144 

First Needlework Guild, Boston. 
Annual Report, 1897. Boston, 1898. = 


Girdlestone, Edward Deacon. 

Christian Socialism versus present-day Un- 

socialism. Limavady, 1887. = 5569a. 128 

Gordon House, Boston. 

Annual Report, 2d, 5th-iith. Roxbury. 

[1889-198. = ♦5579a. 160 

The Gordon House was formerly called "The 
Field's Comer Industrial School." 

Hale House Association, Boston. 
Annual Report, ist. Roxbury, 1898. = 

Hyndman, Henry Mayers. 
Socialism and Slavery. Bein^r an Answer 
to Herbert Spencer's . . . "The coming 
Slavery." London. [1889?] I3 PP. = 

Kropotkin, Petr Alexeievitch, prince. 
Esprit de Revoke. 5e Edition. Paris, 1892. 

32 pp. = 5569a.i36 

Leamet. S., jr. 
Gradual Prohibition by a restrictive Sys- 
tem. Is it desirable? [Phila., 189-?! 8 
pp. = 7588.182 

Lombroso. Cesare, and Guglielmo Ferrero. 
La Donna delinquente. la Prostituta c la 
Donna normale. Torino, 1893. Illus. = 


Pavson, Edward Pay son. 

SuflTfrestions toward an applied Science of 

Sociolopry. N. Y., 1898. 3568.219 

Present Problems. Semi-monthly. Vol. i, 

no. 1-15. N. Y., 1896, 97. = ♦36498.52 


United Hebrew Charities of the city of New 
Annual Report, i8th-23d. N. Y., 1893-98. 

^, = , ♦5576.13s 

Van Buren, J. 

The new Reformation. By Prognostic 

[pseud.]. N. Y. [1890.] 76 pp. = 

SS^pa- 130 
Westcott, Brooke Foss, bishop of Durham. 
Co-operation. An Address. Manchester. 
[1890.1 12 pp. = 55^.83 

Woods, Robert Archey, editor. 
The City Wilderness. A Settlement Study by 
Residents and Associates of the South 
End House. Boston, 1898. Maps. 



Documents and General 


United States. 


Census XII. 
S. 4545; H. R. 11,465; H. R. 11815; and 
House Report No. 1871 on the twelfth 
Census. Washington, 189&-09. = 

H. R. 11917- to define and fix the stand- 
ard of value and to regulate coinage, and 
to provide for redemption thereunder. 
With report (No. 1870). Washington, 
1899. = 

Hearing before the Committee on Coinage, 
Weights, and Measures, January, i^. 
Washington, 189a = 

Series of articles from the Sin^pore Free 
Press relating to the Philippine Islands. 
Washington, 1899. = *099l.4-2 

Agriculture. Department of. 

Agrostology. Division of. 
Scribner, Frank Lamson-. 
Studies on American grasses. Wash- 

ington, 1897. Pis. *7996.4,8.ii 

Botany Division. 
Galbraith, S. J. 
Vanilla Culture in Seychelles Islands. 
1898. Sfi^io,2i 

Farmers* Bulletin. 
Chesnut, V. K. 
Thirty poisonous Plants of the United 
States. Washington, 1898. = 7995.40.8$ 
Forestry Division. 
Roth, Fillibert. 
Forestry Conditions and Interests of 
Wisconsin. With a Discussion br B. B. 
Fernow. Washington, 1898. Map. = 

c -1 n- • • *S843.25.i6 

Soils Division. 

Mulder, Emile. 

Cultivation of Tobacco in Sumatra. 

Washington, 1898. Map. = *9633.-i 
Whitney, Milton, and Thomas H. Means. 

Alkali Soils of Yellowstone Valley. 

1898. 9631.— a 

Civil Service Commission. 
Manual of Examinations for classified Cfrtl 
Service, revised to January i, 1899. Wash- 
ington, 1899. 9{5jx.3 


Interior Department. 
General Land Office. 
Circular containing the Instructions issued 
under the Act of Congress, entitled "An 
act extending the homestead laws and 
providing for right of way for railroads 
m the district of Alaska, and for other 
purposes." Issued June 8, 1898. Wash- 
mgton, 1898. *9333.09798-i 

Regulations concerning the right of way 
for Canals, Ditches, and Reservoirs over 
the Public Lands and Reservations. Ap- 
proved July 8, 1898. = *963i-i 
Navy Dei>artment. 

Regulations for the Government of the 
Coast Signal Service of the United 
States. Washington, 1898. = 5966.35 
Navigation Bureau. Naval Intelligence 
Jacobsen. [Commander.] 
Information from abroad, Sketches from 
Spanish-American War. Translated 
from the German. 1899. Maps. 3957. 
Printing Office. Documents Office. 

Bibliography of public documents relating 
to inter-oceanic Communication across 
Nicaragua, Isthmus of Panama, Isthmus 
of Tehuantepec, &c. Wasihington, 1899. 

State Department 

Hunt, Gaillard, compiler. 
The American Passport; its History and 
a Digest of Laws, Rulings, and Regula- 
tions governing its Issuance by the De- 
partment of State. Washington, 1898. = 

^ ^ *934i.5-i 

Treasury Department . 

Tingle, George R. 

Report on the Salmon Fisheries in 
Alaska. 1896. Washington, 1897. = 


Cuba and Porto Rico, Special Commissioner 
[Robert P. Porter]. 
Report on commercial and industrial 
condition of Cuba. December 27, 1898. 

Imports into Cuba, 1805. 9381. 7291 

Revenue and customs Tariff, internal, in- 
dustrial, and professional Taxation of 
Cuba. November 15, 1898. 9381.7291 

Fiscal and economic condition of Jamaica. 
December 31, 1898. 9381.7291 

Currency Question of Porto Rico. Janu- 
ary 19, 1899. . ; 9381.7295 

Architect, Supervising. 

Annual Report, i^. PI. Washington, 

1899. = fe9S.9 

Comptroller of the Currency. 

Instructions and Suggestions relative to 

the Organization and Management of 

National i5anks. Washington, 1897. 

♦9332. 1 1973 
Internal Revenue Office. 

Regulations and Instructions concerning 
the Tax on Legacies and distributive 
Shares under the Act of June 13, 1898. 
Washington, 1899. *9336.2i 

War Department 
Military Information Division. 
Sources of Information on military pro- 
fessional subjects, classified List of Books 
and Publications [reprint 1899]. 5951-77 
Staffs of various Armies, January, 1899. 



Hawaiian Islands. 
Collector-General of Customs. 
Annual Report, 1897. Honolulu, 1898. = 

Minister of Public Instruction. 
Report, 1896-97. Honolulu, 1898. = 

Hawaiian Almanac and Annual for 1899. 
A Handbook of Information compiled by 
Thos. G. Thrum. Honolulu, 1898. 


Separate States. 

Connecticut. Bank Commissioners. 
Report. 1897, 1898. Hartford, Conn., 1897- 


Chicago. Educational Commission. Re- 
port. Chicago, 1899. = ♦3591.114 
Indiana. Board of State Charities. 

Report, 8th, 1896/97. Indianapolis, 1898. = 


Supplement to Indiana bulletin of charities and 
and correction, Mwch, 1896. 

General Court. 
Centennial of the Bulfinch State House. 
Exercises before the Legislature January 
II, 1898. Boston, 1898. Portrs. Pis. 

4350a. 199 
State Board on Dock and Terminal Facih- 

Map to accompany Report of State Board 
on Docks and Terminal Facilities, show- 
ing existing Conditions and proposed 
Changes at the Port of Boston. Scale, 
1200 feet to I inch. ♦3654.81.1897 

Boston. School committee. 
Annual Report of the Committee on 
Truant Officers. Boston, 1898. = *6348.27 

Ceremonies at the laying of the Corner- 
stone of the new City Hall, Sept. I3, i89(S, 
and at the Dedication of the Building, 
April 28, 1898. Worcester, 1898. = 

Michigan. Commissioner of Railroads. 
Annual report, 1898. Lansing, 1899. = 

Abstract of the Tax Lists of the several 
Counties, for the vear 18^. = *9336.29776 
New Mexico. Legislative Council. 
Actas de la Asamblea legislativa. Sesion 
32a. Jan., 1897. Preparadas para su 
rublicacion por Lorion Miller. Santa 
F6, N. M., 1897. = 9345.12- 

New York. 
Assembly Bill No. 473. An act to provide 
for the release and forfeiture of charters, 
privileges and franchises ' granted to or 
held by elevated railway or street surface 
railway corporations in cities of the first 
class. [Introduced by George J. Gross- 
man.] Albany, 1899. = 9336.2-2 
Assembly Bill, No. 940. An Act to author- 
ize the appointment of a commission to 
inquire into and obtain information re- 
lating to the operation, enforcement, and 
administration of the existing laws relat- 
ing to the taxation of property in the 


state of New York, and to suggest legis- 
lation thereon. [Introduced by George 
J. Grossman.] Albany, 1899. = 9^30.2 

Senate Bill No. 209. An act to amend the 
tax law relating to the taxation of real 
property. [Introduced by John Ford.] 
Albany, 1899. = 9336.23 

Assessors, State. 
Annual Reports, 1890, 92-98. 8 v. = 


After 1895 known as the State Board of Tax Com- 
New York City. 
Message of Robert A. Van Wyck, to the 
Municipal Assembly, January, 1899. = 


. Foreign. 

Argentine Republic. 

Discusion del Proyecto dc Ley sobre Acu- 
fiacion de Moneda. Buenos Aires, 1879. = 


Direccion general dc correos y tei^grafos. 

Legislacion y tarifas telegrafos nacionales, 

[por] C. Carles. Buenos Aires, 1898. 

Map. = 7969.84 


Coghlan, Timothy Augustine. 
A statistical account of the seven Colonies 
of Australasia, [1894J 1895-^, 1897-98. 
Sydney, i894-(;^. 3 v. Maps. = *93i9.94-i 

Victoria. Railways Commissioner. 
Report ... for the year ending 30th June, 
i8gS. Melbourne. [1898.] = *9385.994S- 

Westem Australia. 
Statistical Register for the year 1897. 
Part V. Land Settlement, Agriculture, and 
Live Stock. Map. Perth, 1898. = 

Austria. Kaiserliches konigliches Reichs- 

Kriegs-Ministerium, Marine-Section. 

Relative Schwerebestimmungen durch Pen- 

delbeobachtungen. Aus^efuhrt ... in 

den Jahren 1892-1894- Wien, 1895. Maps. 

=: *39iii3 


Auditor general. 
Report for the year ended June, 1897. 
Ottawa, 1898. = *7034.i8 

Finance Department. 
Report of Dividends remaining unpaid 
and unclaimed Balances in chartered 
Banks of the Dominion of Canada for five 
years and upwards prior to 31st Dec, 

1897. Ottawa, 1898. = *7034.23 
Insurance Department. 

Preliminary Statements of the Business 
of life insurance Companies for the year 
ending 31st December 1898 . . . Ottawa, 
Interior Department. 
Annual Report for the year 1897. Ottawa, 

1898. = *7034iS 
Secretary of State. 

The Civil Service List of Canada 1897 
Containing the Names of all Persons em- 
ployed in the several Departments of the 
Civil Service. Ottawa, 1897. = . ♦7034-3,3 
France. Administration des Monnaies et Me- 
Rapport au Ministre des Finances, 1896- 
1898. 3 V. =: 9332.4644 

Directeur: A. de Foville. 


Office du Travail. 

Les associations ouvri^res de production. 

Paris, 1897. 5563-45 

Great Britain. Parliament 
Reports on Petroleum. 9614.834 

1. 27 July, 1894. 

2. 9 July, 1807. 

3. 13 July, 1898. 

Report from the Select Committee on 
Money Lending; with the minutes of 
evidence. 29 July,^ 1897. 
Second Report, with evidence. 29 July 
1898. 9332.8 

Diplomatic and Consular Reports. Annual 
series. 9382.42-2 

2198. Russia, Agriculture in the Trans- 

2199. France, Trade of, in 1897. 

2200. Brazil, Finances of. 

2201. Denmark, Trade of, in 1897. 

2202. Persia, Trade of Khorassail, 1897-98. 

2203. Turkey, Trade of Jeddah and Hc- 
deidah, 1897. 

2204. Italy, Trade of Naples and Southern 
Italy, 1898. 

2205. Hawaiian Islands, Trade of. 

2206. U. S., Trade of New Orleans, 1898. 

2207. Servia, Trade of, 1897-98. 
Miscellaneous series. 

487. Local Government and Finance in 

488. Mother-of-pearl Industry on the Ca- 
labrian Coast. 

489. British and Westphalian Coal Trade 
at Hamburg in 1898. 

490. Development of Commercial, Indus- 
trial. Maritime and Traffic Interests in 
Germany, 1871 to 1898. 

491. Commercial Education in Edg^tim. 

492. French Fisheries on the Great Bank 
of Newfoundland and off Iceland. 

493. Trade, Finances and Colonisation of 
the Three Southern States of Brazil. 

494. The Diamond Fields of Minas Ge- 
raes. Remarks on the Province of 
Minas Geraes. 

' 495. Commercial Education in Denmark. 
496. Commercial Education in Switzer- 
Secretaria de fomento. . Secci6h de estadis- 
Anuario. Criminalidad. Inscripci6n de 
Ciudadanos. Beneficencia. Rentas muni- 
pales. [1894.] Guatemala, 1898. = 


Anuario. Territorio y Poblacfon [1804]. 

Guatemala, 1898. = *93i4.728i-i 

Mexico. Ministerio de Fomento. Direcci6ii 

de Estadistica. Censo general de 1895. 

Censo del Distrito federal. Mexico 1898W = 

Spain. Cortes. Congreso de Diputados. 
Los fueros y sus defensas. Tomo i, 3-7. 
Bilbao, 1897, 98. dQ97'i9S 

Switzerland. Statistisches Bureau des eidge- 
nossischen Departements des Innem. 
Die Ergebnisse der eidgenossischen Vieh- 
zahlung vom 20. April 1896. Bern, l8|g& 
Map. [Schweizerische Statistik. iid.] 



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This List was compiled for use in connection with a lecture delivered by the Hon« 
Josiah Quincy, Mayor, in the Central Course, No. 2, of the Free Municipal Lectures held 
in the Old Public Library building. 

About fifteen years ago the Engineering Record (then called the Sani- 
tary Engineer) began a systematic agitation of the question of public baths, 
and a great quantity of interesting material is to be found scattered through 
its volumes. Some of the more important articles are indexed below, but 
a systematic analysis is impossible in this brief list. In January, 1894, the 
first public bath house was opened in Chicago, and the recent Reports of 
the Department of public works [*4475.55] give brief summaries of the 
work accomplished in this direction. In April, 1895, the New York Legis- 
lature passed a law requiring cities of the first class to maintain public baths 
which should be open the year round, but this law has not yet been carried 
into effect. In 1897 the committee appointed by the Mayor of New York 
published a Report on public baths and public comfort stations, no copies 
of which were obtainable within a short time after its appearance. The first 
volume of Municipal affairs [3563.70] contains a Bibliography of municipal 
administration and city conditions, by Robert C. Brooks, and this Bibliog- 
raphy gives a brief Ust of works upon Public baths, lavatories and wash 

Buffalo, N. Y., and Brookline, Mass., each opened a model bath-house 
on January i, 1897, and articles describing both these will be found in the 
appended list. Late reports of the Boston Park commissioners [*4353.5o] 
and of the Health department [*7765.5o] give valuable statistics of the 
long-established public baths of Boston; but the inaugural address of the 
Mayor, in 1896, first called attention to the need of all-the-year-round baths, 
and the Dover street bath-house resulted from his recommendation. The 
public gymnasium has received much less attention than the public bath- 
house, if the poverty of contemporary literature on the subject is taken as 
a sign ; but it is probable that the absence of printed discussion on the matter 
is to be explained in other ways. 

The figures attached to the following titles indicate the shelf-numbers 
of the Boston Public Library. 

Allsop, Robert Owen. Chicago's new gymnasium and auditorium. 

Public baths and washhouses. London, (In The American Architect. Vol. 54, p. 

1894. S096.102 62. Boston, 1896.) ♦4097.205.54 

Baths and library, Westminster (London). Citizens* union, New York City. 

(In The American Architect. Vo!. 44, p. Public baths and lavatories. N. Y.. 1897. 

67. Boston, 1894.) 4097.205.44 Illus. 5579.153.1 

Berliner Verein fur Volksbader. France. Ministere de I'int^rieur, dt Tagri- 

Die Thatigkeit des Beriiner Vereins fur culture et du commerce. 

Volksbader. Beriin, 1896. 8094.46 Bains et lavoirs publics. [Paris.] 1852. 

Chicago bath-houses. (In The American Ar- Plans. *70io.ii 

chitecL Vol. 56, p. 30. Boston, 1897.) Hartwell, Edward M. 

4097.205.56 Public baths in Euto^^, \}N*\H5cl ^ ^i^cJ^^a- 



graphy.] Pis. Plans. (In U. S. Depart- 
ment of labor. Bulletin. VoL 2, pp. 434:- 
486. Washington, 1897.) *35(:d<i33*2 

Kane, John. 
Kane's new system of public baths. New- 
port, Mon. [1895.] 8094.45 
Klinger, J. H. 
Die Badeanstalt Ein Hilfsbuch zum Ent- 
wurfe der technischen Einrichtung flrross- 
erer dffentlicher Badeanstalten. Wien, 
1891. lUus. 8095.77 
Lassar, Oslcar. 
Uber Volksbader. 2. Auflage. Braun- 
schweig, 1888. 7804.40 
Lindheimer, Otto. 
Turnanstalten. Illus. Plans. (In Handbuch 
der Architektur. Th. 4* Halb-Bd, 6, Heft 
I, pp. 289-311. Darmstadt, 1889.) 

"^80^52.6. pt I 
Marggraif, Hugo. 
Mooerne Stadtbader. Berlin, 1882. Illus. 

No. 3 in ♦5216.50.11 

Osthoff, (jeorg. 

Die Bader und Bade-Anstalten der Neuzeit 

Leipzig, 1887. Illus. Plans. 58o9a.64 

Paddinfi^on. Public baths and wash-houses. 

rCircular.] [London, 1876.I 7769.61 

Pubfic baths in New York. (In The American 

Architect. Vol. 51, p. 56. Boston. 1896.) 

Public baths and laundries. (In The Ameri- 
can Architect. Vol. 51, p. 93. Boston, 

1896.) 40g7.a05.51 

Ravenstein, E. G., and John Hulley. 

The gymnasium and its fittings. London, 

1867. Pis. 6003.60 

Schultze, Rudolf. 

Bau und Betrieb von Volksbadearstalten. 

Bonn, 1803. Plans. 400576 

Volks- und Hausbader. Jena, 1894. Illus. 


Tolman, William H. 

Public baths, or the gospel of cleanliness. 

(In the Yale review. Vol. 6, pp. 50-62. 

New Haven, 1898.) Periodical Koom 

Wolff, Carl 

Das stadtische Sdurimmbad zu Frankfurt 

a. M. Stuttgait, 1897. lUu*- Plans. 


The f oUowiag articles are taken from the Builder. 
The itaelf-otimber [*^io4.aoi] ihould t>e prefixed 
to the volume deaireo. 

(^ambcrwell Green baths and washhouses. 

Vol. ^, p. 462. 
Competition for new baths and wash-houses 

at Kensal town. VoL 64, p. 247. 
Competition for baths and wash-houses, St 

Mary, Newington. Vol. 65, p. iiH. 
Competition for the reconstruction of the St 

Marylebone public baths and wash- 
houses. Vol. 6^, p. ^ 
Hackney competition for public baths and 

wash-houses. Vol. 6a, p. 330. 
Islin^on. St Mary's pubhc baths' competi- 

Uon. Vol. 59, p. 3&. 
Shoreditch (London). 
Design for public library and baths. VoL 

71, p. 494. 

The followingtitles are takes from the Bagineer- 
ing Record. The ahelf -number PSQgB.eoil should 
be prefixed to the volume deaireid. 

Baths for the people. VoL 20, p. ^A 
Brookline's model bath-house. VoL 55, p. 

Buffalo free bath-house. VoL 34 p. asH« 
A Pittsburg bath-house. VoL 37, p 414. 
Public baths. Vol. 36, p. 265. 
Public baths and wash-houses. VoL 9, p. 535, 

552: vol. 10, p. 479. 
Public baths and wash-houses [in England]: 
I. Goulston Square, WhitechapeL VoL 9, 

p. 401. 
3. Whitefield street St Pancras, London. 

Vol. 10, p. 480. 

3. Paddington, Queen's road, Bayswater. 
Vol. 11, p. 33. 

4. The corporation public baths at Birming- 
ham. VoL II, p. 129. 

5. Public baths at Lewisham. VoL 12, p. A 
The Yonkers, N. Y., public baths. Vol 37, 

p. 567. 




I mtm I 

This List was compiled for use in connection with a lecture delivered by Mr. Harry 
Loyd on March 8, in the Central Course No. 3 of the Free Municipal Lecturs held in the Old 
Pablic Library building. 

The labor question presents so many phases that it has been thought 
best not to prepare a list of specific references, but to indicate generally the 
more important sources of information. Should the reader desire to consult 
a full list of works dealing with the labor question, reference may be made 
to "A List of Books on Social Reform in the Public Library of the city of 
Boston"' issued in 1898. 

History, No good history of "labor" in the United States has been 
written. The census of the United States has dealt with industrial statistics 
since 1810, but with little consistency or result until that taken in 1870, 
under General Walker's direction. Since that time the great features of in- 
dtstry in this country have been treated statistically every ten years, with 
more or less satisfactory results. Even in these investigations the theoretical 
discussion of labor problems has been avoided, and effort concentrated on 
recording the actual status of the laborer, with an indifferent attempt at 
recording his efficiency as measured in product. The difficulty of seeking 
g^eneral averages based upon a collection of facts drawn from many sources, 
no two sources possessing the same conditions, has led to some question 
on the merits of the census returns. The report of J. D. Weeks on Wages 
in the Census of 1880, must be taken with due allowance. A critical exam- 
ination of the methods employed in census wage statistics will be found in 
R. Mayo-Smith's Wage statistics and the next census [5656.31]. 

Some of the difficulties attending the collection of wage statistics are 
obviated by obtaining returns from a limited territory, in which the works 
may be regarded as standing on more nearly the same conditions, and by 
obtaining returns at frequent intervals (annually) from the same establish- 
ments. This method has been pursued for some years by the Massachusetts 
State Labor Bureau, and commends itself for many good qualities, without, 
however, entirely disarming criticism. Nor has the system been adopted by 
any other state bureau either at home or abroad. In this connection it may 
be stated that no comparison of wages in the United States and in a foreign 
country can hold true, because the factors to be considered are beyond record 
and comparison. The tables of wages in New York, Belgium, Tokio and 
Calcutta are not reliable material on which to rest conclusions of compara- 
tive wages. 

Much has been done by varit>us state bureaus to gather information on 
the condition of labor in the different communities, and the reports are well 
worth examining. The recommendations made by the bureaus are, how- 
ever, usually of little value, and mark the separation of the bureau from the 

124 April 

workingmen. The best results have been obtained when the state agent 
connnes himself to recording facts and conditions, without entering mio a 
discussion oi the needs or rignts of labor. U he most decided effects of these 
state agencies he in their eiiorts to secure the safety and health of the 
worker, his treedom from unjust treatment in the matter of wages or housing, 
and a general supervision oi his weitare. Legislation can do much for the 
workmgman; but the law must be made eitective, and the reports of Fac- 
tory Inspectors, also of state officers, must be consulted to supplement the 
reports ot the labor commissioners. 

Ihe intervention of the State has been sought in labor disputes — 
through state boards of arbitration and conciliation. There is some dispute 
whether such an agency can be of real benefit in every case, and it is beheved 
that better resmts are obtained by invoking it only for the most serious 
emergencies. The following works may be consulted : J. D. Weeks, Labor 
Ditlerences and their Settlement L5577-44J i Josepliine S. Lowell, Industrial 
Arbitration and Concihation L35^-^5^Ji S. N. D. North, Industrial Arbi- 
tration : its Methods and its Limitations [3569.46J ; and the annual issues 
of the Massachusetts Labor Bureau. 

Apart from State interference the workingman holds a power of acting 
in his own behalf. The most usual form of exerting this power has been 
the strike, and the industrial history of the United States gives many in- 
stances of its use. The railroad strikes of 1877 (Pennsylvania), 1886 (South** 
western system), and 1894 (Pullman) may be named among the more gen- 
eral ; but the local movements, such as the cloak-makers in New York, the 
cotton operatives in Fall River, and the trolley men in Brooklyn, were quite 
as intense and as suggestive in their way. The legal aspects are important : 
Moses, The Law applicable to Strikes [3664.71 J; Cogley, The Law of 
Strikes, Lockouts and Labor Organizations [3663.79J ; and Neville, Strikes : 
a concise Statement of the Criminal Law relating to Intimidation [3665.84]. 
The statistics of strikes are collected by the United States Labor Depart- 
ment, while those of strikes in Massachusetts, 1 830-1 880, may be found in 
Carroll D. Wright's volume [3575. 109 J. 

An active and powerful engine for conducting a strike has been the 
Trade Union. That is, however, only one of the objects of these combina- 
tions, and is now of secondary importance. The most recent and at the 
same time the most complete examination of the sphere, actual and possible, 
of trade unionism is Sydney and Beatrice Webb's Industrial Democracy 
[3565.218]. The history of labor organizations in the United States is told 
in Powderly's Thirty Years of Labor, 1859-1889 [3570.163], and this may 
be consulted in default of any other compilation on the same subject. J. G. 
Brooks's Labor Organizations [7563.113] and W. M. Grosvenor's Trades 
Unions [5643.60] may be read with profit. One phase of combination is 
shown in the liistory of the farmers' movement : W. D. Aiken, The Grange 
5992.7.55], and J. D. McCabe, Jr., History of the Grange Movement 
^357oa.66] — a record showing the besetting dangers attending any such 
movement, when in unskilful or interested hands. 

Akin to trade unionism stands the co-operative movement. While co- 
operation is more common in Europe than in the United States, it is not 
without interest from its possibilities. Co-operative production has been 
attempted in many lines, and under good management has met with success ; 
but it is in distribution that its greatest achievements have been acconi- 
plished, and of this the Rochdale enterprise is the great example. (Sec G. J. 
Holyoake's History of Co-operation in England [3568.74] and his History 

i899 "5 

of the Rochdale Pioneers [3569.155].) For the United States may be read: 
History of Cooperation in the United States [2356.69.6]. A form of co- 
operation is the loan or building association, on which there is much to be 
found in State reports. ^ 

Capital and labor may combine to aid the worker, and this aid has as- 
sumed two forms : that of profit sharing, in which the laborer shares in the 
net profit of the undertaking, and that of insurance, compulsory or volun- 
tary, in which a fund is created for assisting the workingman when he is no 
longer able to work. On the former subject see Carroll D. Wright, Profit 
Sharing [3575.105] ; F. H. Giddings, The Relation of recent Economic 
Theory to Profit Sharing [3569a. 108]; and N. P. Oilman, Profit Sharing 
[3564.87]. On insurance of workingmen, the study of J. G. Brooks on Com- 
pulsory Insurance in Germany [B.H.Ref. 532.3.4] brings out one side of the 
matter, while E. R. Johnson, Railway Departments for the Relief and Insur- 
ance of Employes [5657.73], presents another. A combination of state and 
company agency is proposed in the scheme for pensions for old age, now 
before the British Parliament — Drage, The Problem of the Aged Poor 


For studying the different phases of the labor question in Great Britain 

reference may be made to a bibliography of the subject of wage statistics in 
the Economic Review, October, 1898. The Board of Trade issues a monthly 
"Labour Gazette" which contains a record of the condition of the labor 
market, strikes and legislation in the United Kingdom. In the Parliamen- 
tary papers regular reports on labor are printed, supplying the basis for 
theoretical treatment by experts and economists. 

Resignation of the Librarian. 

At a meeting of the Trustees on Frida^y, March 24, the resignation of 
the Librarian, Mr. Herbert Putnam, ,was accepted in the following resolu- 
tions : 

' "In accepting the resignation of Mr. Herbert Putnam as Librarian, the 
Trustees of the Public Library of the City of Boston desire to put upon their 
records the following votes : 

"That they recognize the harmonious and helpful relations between flie 
Librarian and the Trustees from the day he accepted the office ; the remark- 
able administrative qualities he has shown — in directing the alterations by 
which the Library Building has been so well fitted for its purposes ; in in- 
creasing to so large a degree the interest the public takes in the Library, 
until to-day it has a larger constituency than any other; in instituting so 
successfully the work of the Public Library in connection with the Public 
Schools ; and in making the public realize that this institution, created and 
supported by it, really belongs to it, and needs its ever-enlarging patronage 
and generosity. 

"That they appreciate the feeling which leads Mr. Putnam, at much per- 
sonal sacrifice, to give up his position here to take charge of the Congfres- 
sional Library at Washington, and his desire to make it the culmination of 
the Library system of this country, and in time one of the great Libraries of 
the world. 

"That their highest regard goes with him in the difficult work he is about 
to assume, and their faith in his gifts to bring it to the most successful issues." 

Mr. Putnam has accepted the position of Librarian of Congress. 


Bates Hall. Readers will find selected 
books on topics of current interest placed on 
open shelves near the Bates Hall catalogue. 
General subjects, the Spanish-American war, 
Imperialism and others, and such special sub- 
jects as the anniversaries of the birth of Lin- 
coln, of Washington, the Boston massacre, and 
the Philippine Islands, have been recentlv 
illustrated by collections of pertinent material. 
Recent accessions, also, in travel, history, and 
biography have been located here. These 
books may be drawn for home use. 

Special Libraries. On March 22, under 
the auspices of the Unity Art Gub, Professor 
Edward S. Morse lectured in the Fine Arts 
room on the Industrial Arts of Japan. 

There have been exhibitions during the 
month as follows: books and photographs in 
connection with the lecture by rrofessor 
Morse; photographs of Rom.inesque and 
Gothic architecture, and of Renaissance sculp- 
ture, to illustrate the lectures to teachers by 
Mr. J. F. Hopkins; books, prints, news- 

Sapers, etc., relating to the Boston Massacre, 
larch 4, 1770; a collection of Valentines, 
loaned b^ Mr. Frank House Baer of Cleve- 
land, Ohio. 

Municipal Lectures. In this Bulletin are 
printed a list of references on Baths and Gym- 
nasia, the subject of a lecture delivered by the 
Hon. Josiah Quincy, Mayor; and a bibliogra- 
phical note on the Labor Movement in Eng- 
land and America, a lecture delivered by Mr. 
Harry Loyd. 


Garrison Papers. Among other gifts of 
the month was an addition to the C^rrison 
collection, consisting of Letters to William 
Lloyd Garrison during the years 1855-1850, 
together with certain bronze medals; re- 
ceived through Mr. Francis J. Garrison, Boston. 




The Central Library. 

Annual List of new books, 1896-97. 

.05; by mail, .15 
Same, 1897-98. .05; by mail, 15 

Annual reports. Free; by mail, .07 

Handbook for Readers, 1890. .10; by mail, .17 
Monthly Bulletin. 

Free upon application; by mail, .03 
Quarterly Bulletins. 5 cts. a number; by mail, 
.la Nos. 1-3. 10, 12-28. 35, 36, 46, 47, 52, 54- 
56, 62, 64. 71. 72. 74, 101-102, out of print 
English Prose Fiction. 8th edition. 1893. 

.10; by mail, .18 
— Supplement. 1893-1897. 05; by mail. .08 
Periodicals. Newspapers. Transactions, and 
other Serial Publications currently received 
in the Principal Libraries of Boston and 
Vicinity. Publ. 1897. 25; by mail. .33 

Selected List for Younger Readers. 3d ed. 
1898. .01; by mail. .03 

Chronological Index to Historical Fiction. 
3d ed. In Bulletin from Jan., 1892 to Jan., 
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Reference Books. 

Adams, Oscar Fay. 

A dictionary of American authors. Boston, 
1899. *6i.'»2.59 

Annuad literary index . . . Edited by W. I. 
Fletcher and R. R. Bowker. 1898. N. Y.. 
1899. B. H. Ref. 881.2 

British almanac and family cyclopaedia for 
1899. London. [1898.] B. H. Ref. 3145 

Gasc. Ferdinand £. A. 

A library dictionary of the French and Eng- 
lish languages. N. Y., 1898. 2682.64 

Hart, Henry George. 

The new annual army list, 1899. London, 
1899. B. H. Ref. 313.1 

Literary year-book and bookman's directory. 
1899. Edited by Joseph Jacobs. London, 
1899. Portrs. B. H. Ref. 7^23 

Lodge, Edmund. 
The peerage and baronetage of the British 
empire as at present existing. 68th edition. 
London. 1899. B. H. Ref. 1003.3 

Whitaker, Joseph. 

Directory of titled persons for 1899. Lon- 
don. [1899.1 B. H. Ref. 004. TO 

Who's who. 1899. London, 1899. *243oa..«>o 

Genealogy. Heraldry. 

Alexander, De Alva Stanwood. 
The Alexanders of Maine. Buffalo, 189S. 
Portrs. Pis. Map. = 4434-86 

Andrews, Charles L. 
The Gardner family of Machias and vicinity. 
Augusta, Me.. 1898. ^ pp. 4434B5 

Chamberlayne, Churchill Gibson, editor. 
The vestry book and register of Bristol par- 
ish, Virginia, 1720-1789. Richmond, 1898. 


Dewey, Adelbert Milton. 
Life of George Dewey, rear admiral, U.S.N.. 

*2 Q TH^^ ^^ff'^y ^^^^^^ • • • West field. 
1890. IIIus. Portrs. Map. ♦4431 ng 

Ellery Harrison, and Charles Pickering Bow- 

The Pickering genealogy. [Cambridge.] 
^, 1897. 3 V. Portrs. = *443i 120 

Hovey, Lewis Richard, editor. ^^*-*^ 

Old Ipswich : a magazine of local genealogy 
and history. Vol. i. Ipswich, 1899. 

Rowell, Rowland. ^4432.20 

Biographical sketch of Samuel Rowell. With 
a genealogy for seven generations. Man- 
chester, N. H.. 1898. Illus. Portrs. 

Toner. Joseph Meredith. 4434-215 

Index to names of persons and churches in 

Bishop Meade's Old churches, ministers 

and families of Virginia. Washington, 

1890. 63 pp. ♦4475 7, 

xxr ?'^^7? ^""^"^f* ^^°^ » on shclf-no. •3544^701. 

Wade, W. Cecil. 
The symbolisms of heraldry. London, 1898. 

Y iy^u c * J . 223oa.70 

A., of the Saturday review. 

The right to bear arms. London, 1899. 



Collective Biographies. 

Carnoy, Smile. 

Dictionnaire biographique des hommes du 

nord. Nord, Ardennes, Aisne, Somme, 

Pas-de-Calais & Oise. Vol. i. Paris. 

[1894.1 Portrs. *464i.8o 

Lang, Andrew. 
The companions of Pickle. London, 1898. 
Portrs. 2542.153 

"Studies of persons connected with Prince 
Charles, and with the Jacobite movement." 


Single Biographies. 


Barbe, Louis A. 
Kirkcaldy of Grange. N. Y. fiSg;.] [Fa- 
mous Scots series.] 25493.22 
Blaikie, William Garden. 
Thomas Chalmers. N. Y. [1897.] [Famous 
Scots series.] 25493.21* 
Bluysen, Paul. H 
Felix Faure intime. Paris, 1898. Illus.M 
Portrs. 2647.16a 
Bonneville de Marsangy, Louis. 
Le comte de Vergennes: son ambassade en 
Suede. 1771-1774. Paris, 1898. Portr. 

Browning, Robert. 
The letters of Robert Browning and Eliza- 
beth Barrett Browning. 1845-1846. N. Y.. 
1899. 2 V. Portrs. 4533-3^ 

Butler, Sir William Francis. 
The life of Sir George Pomeroy-Colley, 
1835-1881. London, 1899. Portrs. Pis. 

Maps. 4544.171 

Calderwood, Henry. 
David Hume. N. Y. [1898.] [Famous 
Scots series.] 25493.23 

Choate, Joseph Hodges. 
An address at the unveiling of the statue of 
Rufus Choate in the Court house in Bos- 
ton. [Boston, 1898.] 26 pp. = 4444.295 
Crozier, John Beattie. 
Mv inner life. A chapter in personal evo- 
lution and autobiography. London, 1898. 

Daudet, L6on A. 

Alphonse Daudet. Paris, 1898. 4649.88 

Duff, Sir Mountstuart Elphinstone Grant-. 
Notes from a diary. [3d series.] 1881-1886. 
London. 1899. 2 v. 2548.161.3 

"Kept cnicfly in Southern India." 

Edwards, E. M. H. 
Commander William Barloer Cushing, of the 
United States navy. London. [1898.] 
Portrs. Pis. 4349.190 

Edwards. Matilda Barbara Betham. 

Reminiscences. London, 1898. 4544.165 

Ejrleston. Thomas. 
The life of John Paterson, major-general in 
the Revolutionary army. 2d edition. 
N. Y., 1898. Portr. Illus. Map. 4344.180 
Ferrier, Susan Edmonstone. 
Memoir and correspondence, 1782-1854. 
Collected by her grand-neohew John Fer- 
rier. Edited by J. A. Doyle. London, 
1898. Portrs. 2543.162 

Fontane, Theodor. 
Von Zwanzig bis Dreissig. Autobiojrraphi- 
sches. 3. Auflage. Berlin, 1898. Portr. 

Gardner, Col. Alexander. 1785-1877. 
Soldier and traveller. Memoirs of Alexander 
Gardner. Edited bv Major Hugh Pearse. 

Edinburgh, 1898. Portrs. Map. 3045.180 
"A goodly portion of Colonel Gardner's eventful 
life was spent in the Punjab kingdom or prov* 

Gothein. Marie. 
John Keats Leben und Werke. Halle a. S., 
1897. Portr. 2448.72 

Guthrie, Charles John. 
John Knox and John Knox's house. Edin- 
burgh, 1898. Ulus. Portrs. 3559139 

B May 

Haiper, Ida Husted. 
The life and work of Susan B. Anthony. 
Indianapolis, 1899. 2 v. Portrs. Pis. 

Humboldt, Friedrich Heinrich Alexander, 
Freihcrr von. 
Jugendbriefe an Wilhelm Gabriel Wegener. 
Hrsg. von A. Leitzmann. Leipzig, im. 

Humboldt. Friedrich Wilhelm Christian Carl 
Ferdinand, Freihcrr von. 
Breife an Johanna Motherby. Mit einer Bio- 
graphic Johanna Motherb/s tind Erlatite- 
rungen hrsg. von H. Mdsner. Leipzig, 
1803. Portr. ^6.45 

Landor, Walter Savage. 
Letters. Edited by Stephen Wheeler. Lon- 
don. 1809. 6545.23 
Leask, W. Keith. 
James Boswell. .N. Y. ri897.1 fFamous 
Scots series.] 2S49a.20 
Macaulay, Thomas Babington. 
Essay on Milton^ Edited by C. W. Fnmch. 


[1897.] [Famous 
2549a. 17 

N. Y., 1898. Portr. 

Madachlan. T. Banks. 

Mwngo Park. N. Y. 

Scots series.] 

Morse. Edward Sylvester. 

Henry Mason Brooks, secretary of the Essex 

in«!titute, 1888-1898. A memoir. Salem. 

^r '®*^'5 Pp. Portr. = 4444.atM 

Nujrent. Gaud. 

Memoir of Robert, Eari Nugent. Chicago, 

T> J^M ^''^''^- 4544.167 

Porter, Mary. 

John Blackwood, by his daughter. Edin 

burgh. 1808. Portr. [Oliphant, M. O. W. 

Annals of a publishing house. Vol. 3.] 

♦4544. 14S 
Ritchie, James Ewing. 

The real Glad«tone : an anecdotal biography. 
London, 1898. 2546.183 

Saintsbi'rv. George Edward Bateman. 
S:r Walter Scott N. Y. [1897.] [Famous 
Scots series.] 
Schweitzer. Georg. 
Emin Pasha: his life and work. 
1808. 2 v. Portr. 
Smeflton. Oliphant. 
Tobias Smollett. N. Y. [1897.] 
Scots series.] 
Thomoson. Silvanr.s Phillios. 
Michael Faradav: hi^ life and woric Lon- 
don tRo8. Tllns. Portr. 5g7aio6 

TrasK William Blake. ^ 

Memoir of Capt. William Traskc, of Salem, 
Mass., 1628-1666. Boston, 1899. 18 pp. 
Plan. =r *4444.293 

William«!on. David, editor. 
Parliament's tribute to Gladstone. Lopdon. 



2549a. 19 

[1898.1 76 pp. Portrs. 


H istory. 

Ancient. Modem. 


Grandmaison, Louis de. 
L expansion frangaise au Tonkin. 1M% 
1898. 3oiai45 


Malotet, Arthur, 
^tienne de Flacourt ou, les origines de la 
colonisation francaise a Madagascar. 1648- 
1661. Paris, 1898. Portr. Maps. 3055.152 
Metcalfe, Charles Theophilus, editor and trans- 
Two native narratives of the mutiny in Delhi. 
Westminster, 1898. Portrs. Map. 3045.184 
Monicault, Gaston de. 
La question d'Orient Le trait6 de Paris et 
ses suites (1856-1871). Paris, 1898. 

Sanderson, Edgar. 
History of the world from the earliest his- 
torical time to the year i8g8. N. Y., 1898. 
Maps. 2215.72 

Streane, Annesley William. 
The a?e of the Maccabees. With special 
reference to the religious literature of the 
period. London, 1898. 2298.79 


Adams, George Burton. 
European history : an outline of its develop- 
ment N. Y., 1899. lUus. Portrs. Maps. 

Below, Georg von. 
Das altere deutsche Stadtewesen und Btirger- 
tum. Bielefeld, 1898. lUus. 6252.25 

Bolton, Frederica, editor and translator. 
The Greco-Turkish war of 1897. From offi- 
cial sources by a German staff officer, 
London, 1898. Portrs. Maps. 3085.119 
Daendliker, Carl. 
A short history of Switzerland. Translated 
by E. Salisbury. London, 1899. Maps. 

Dickens, Charles. 

A child's history of England. With intro- 
duction by ^drew Lang . . . London, 
1898. lUus. [The Gadshfll edition.] 

Dilke, Sir Charles Wentworth, bart. 

The British empire. London, 1899. 4519a. 132 
Holies, Thomas Pelham, 2d DtSce of New- 
castle. 1693-1768. 
A narrative of the changes in the Ministry 
1765-1767. Told in a series of letters to 
John White. Edited for the Royal histori- 
cal society by Mary Bateson. London, 
1898. 4515.138 

Hume, Martin A. Sharp. 
Spain; its greatness and decay. (1479-1788.) 
Cambridge, 1898. Maps. 3098.83 

Kleinschmidt, Arthur. 
Drei Jahrhunderte russischer Geschtchte. 
Berlin, 1898. Portrs. Map. 3064.153 

Meiklejohn, Max John Christian. 
London; a short history. London, 1808. 
Pis. Maps. 2499.128 

Olivart, Marques de. 
Colecci6n de los tratados, convenios y docn- 
mentos intemacionales celebrados por nu- 
estros gobiemos con los estados extranje- 
ros desde el reinado de Dona Isabel ii. 
hasta nuestros dias. Vol. 7, 8. Madrid, 
1896, 97. *509i.40 

Parmele, Mary Piatt 

A short history of France. N. Y., 1898. 


A short history of Germany. N. Y., i8c^. 

^ . ^ 282Q.88 

Routier, Gaston. 

LEspagne en 1897. Paris, 1897. Portrs. 

Schultz, Ferdinand. 
Die geschichtliche Entwickelung der Gegen- 
wart seit 1815 unter Beriicksichtigung* der 
wirtschaftlichen und sozialen Verhaltnisse 
in Deutschland. 2te vermehrte AuEage 
der .Geschichte der neuesten Zeit.* Dres- 
den, 1897. 2 V. Map. 2822.26 
Shand, Alexander Innes. 
The war of the Peninsula, 1808-1814. N. Y., 
1898. Portrs. Maps. 652oa.37 
Smith, Edmund Munroe. 
Bismarck and German imity. N. Y., 1898. 
Portr. 4848.68 
Stephen, Caroline Emilia. 
French history for English children. By 
Sarah Brook [pseud.]. Revised by George 
Cary Eggleston. N. Y. [189-?] Pis. 
Maps. 4628.34 


Bonsai, Stephen, jr. 
The fight for Santiago. N. Y., 1899. Pis. 
Maps. 442oa.95 

Butler, Charles Henry, editor. 
Our treaty with Spain. Triumphant diplo- 
macy. Washington, 1898. 64 pp. = 

Condon, Edward O' Meagher. 
The Irish race in America. Glasgow. [1898?] 


The title on the cover is Greater Ireland. 

Dudley, Mass. 
Town records. 1732-1794. Pawtucket, 1893, 

^ 94- ^ *4353.I56 

Emery, Samuel Hopkins. 
History of Taunton. Massachusetts. [Also, 
Supplement.] Syracuse, 1893, 94. Ultis. 
Portrs. Maps. *445T.i27 

Fassett, James Hiram. 
Colonial life in New Hampshire. Boston, 
1899. IIlus. Portrs. 4436.186 

Goodrich, John Benton. 
Our national responsibilities. Address. 

[Newton? 1898.] .20 pp. = 4228.77 

On territorial expansion. 

Hathaway, Samuel. 
A sketch of historical reality with the blend- 
ings of the romance of ideality. Wor- 
cester, 1897. 38 pp. Portr. = 4453.131 

The title on cover is Old Worcester. 

Hildreth, Samuel Prescott. 

Pioneer history: the first examinations of 

the Ohio valley, and the early settlement of 

the Northwest territory . . . Cincinnati, 

1848. Map. Pis. ♦4476. liPj 

"This work is published under the superintend- 
ence of the Historical society of Cincinnati, and 
forms the first volume of its transactions.*' 

Hobson, Richmond Pearson. 
The sinking of the "Merrimac." N. Y., 1899. 
Ill us. Portrs. Maps. 442oa.9(5 


Kennan, George. 

Campaigning in Cuba. N. Y., 1899. 4420a.94 
Lewis, H. H., editor. , ,. , 

A gunner aboard the "Yankee"; from the 
diary of Number Five of the after port 
gun. The yarn of the cruise and fights i>f 
the naval reserves in the Spanish-Ameri- 
can war. N. Y., 1898. lUus. 442oa.56 
McNally, B., publisher. 
Soldiers and sailors of New Jersey m the 
Spanish-American war. Newark, 1898. 46 
pp. 442oa.59 

Martin, Archer. 
The Hudson's Bay Company's land tenures, 
and the occupation of Assiniboia by Lord 
Selkirk's settlers, with a list of the 
grantees. London, 1898. Portr. Maps. 


Mueller y Tejeiro, Jos^. 
Combates y capitulaci6n de Santiago do 
Cuba. Madrid, 1898. Pis. Maps. 


A translation of this work is on shelf-numbers 
4420a. 76; aQS-T-IT-X. 

Murfree, Mary Noailles. 
The story of Old Fort Loudon. N. Y., 1899. 
Pis. 4407.198 

Old Eliot. J. L. M. Willis, editor. Vol. 2, no. 
8-12. Aug.-Dec, 1898. Eliot, Maine. 1898. 
= *443S.i63 

Polavieja y del Castillo, Camilo G. 
Relacion documentada de mi politica en 
Cuba. Madrid, 1898. 4318.198 

Rice, Franklin Pierce, editor. 
The Worcester of 1898. Worcester, 1899. 
Illus. Portrs. ♦44Soa.i28 

Romero, Matias. 
Mexico and the United States. A study of 
subjects affecting their political, commer- 
cial, and social relations. Vol. i. N. Y., 

1898. ♦43ioa.2i6 
Sigsbee, Charles Dwight. 

The "Maine." An account of her destruc- 
tion in Havana harbor. N. Y., 1899. Illus. 
Portrs. 4420a.93 

Spanish-American war, The. The events of 
the war described by eye-witnesses. Chi- 
cago, 1899. Illus. rortrs. Map. 442oa.9i 
Trevelyan, Sir George Otto, bart. 
The American revolution. Part i. N. V., 

1899. Map. 4414.124 

Fine Arts. Archaeology. 


Benson, Margaret, and Janet Gourlay. 
The temple of Mut in Asher. An account of 
the excavation. London, 1899. Pis. 

Boissier, Marie Louis Antoine Gaston. 
Roman Africa. Archaeological walks in Al- 
geria and Tunis. Authorized English ver- 
sion by Arabella Ward. N. Y., 1899. 

Schneider, Albert. 1836- 
Die neuesten romischen Ausgrabungen in 
der Schweiz. Zurich, 1898. 32 pp. PI 3. 



Fine Arts. 

B^n6dite, Uonce. 
Le mus^ national du Luxembourg. Cata- 
logue des ecoles contemporaincs. lAvec 
supplements pour 18971 98-] ?«•»«• U^^ 
98.] . 8o79a.233 

Berlepsch, Hans Eduard von, editor. 
Gottfried Keller als Maler. Leipzig, 1895* 
Dlus. 4088.42 

Blanc, Alexandre Augustc Philippe Charles. 
Une famille d'artistcs. Lcs trois Vwnct 
Paris. 1 189-.] Portrs. Pis. 4083.62 

Qerc, L. P. • « . 0^0 

La chimie du photograpbe. Pans, i8g<- 


[Collection of photographs of places and 
people in the Bombay presidency^] [Bom- 
tay? 18—?] 120 pis. = »Cab.sa3a3 

Cust, Lionel. ... * • j- » a 

The master E. S. and the 'Ars monendL .\ 
chapter in the history of engraving during 
the xv^ century. With facsunde repro- 
ductions. Oxford, 1898. 25 pp. ♦8o7oa.i50 
Duff, Mary Graham, compiler. 
Some noted sculptures and their homes. ^ 
edition. Boston, 1896. 2 v. 8085.55 

Eder, Josef Maria. , _ ^ , . 

Ausfiihrliches Handbuch dcf ^Photographie. 
2. Auflage. Heft 7, 8. Halle a. b., 1896, 

97. 2 v. nius. ^ ^ ^^ ^ ^,u\^. 

An entirely different work feom that with the 
same title on shell-no. 3972. xj6. 

Field, Lilian F. ^ . * *i. t>* 

An introduction to the study of the Re- 
naissance. N. Y., 1898. 4088^ 

Finiguerra, Maso. 
A Florentine picture-chronidc : being a se- 
ries of 99 drawings representing sccn^ anrt 
personages of ancient history, sacred and 
profane. Reproduced from the orMrmal* 
in the British museum, with text by Sidney 
Colvin. London. 1898. . ^^?^'\^ii 

Furtwaengler, Adolf, and Heinnch Ludwig 

Urlichs. , . - • u^* 

Denkmaler griechischer und roini^Aer 

Skulptur. Miinchen, 1898. Pis. 8085.80 

Gibson, Charles Dana. ^^ ^ . _. ^jj_^ ,_^ 
Pictures of people. N. Y., 1898. Pis. *8o70.206 

Hesse, Friedrich. ^^^ „ 

Die Chromolithographie, mit besondcrcr Be- 

riicksichtigung der modemen auf photo- 

jrraphischer Grundlage basirtndoj Ver- 

fahren. Halle a. S., 1896. Dlus. 8065.156 

Hoyt, Deristhe L. ^ ^ .. . -^ 

The world's painters and thetr pictures. 

Boston. 1899. Illus. 4089.65 

Huebl, Arthur, Freiherr von. 

Die Collodium-Emulsion, und ihre Anwcn- 
dung fur die photographischc Aufnahmc 
von Oelgemalden, Aquarellen, photographi- 
schen Copien und Halbton-Onginalcn je- 
der Art. Halle a. S., 1894. Hlus. 8065.155 

Die Drcifarbenphotographie. Halle a. S,. 
1897. Illus. 8065.1.S7 

Hurll, Estelle May. 

The life of Our Lord m art. With some 
account of the artistic treatment of the life 
of St John the Baptist Boston, I«g8. 
Illus. 4076.107 


International kunsthistorischer Kongress, Bu- 
dapest, 1896. 
Offizidler Bericht uber die Verhandlunjircn 
des Kongresses, 1-3. Oktober 1896. Nura- 
berg. [1898.] 48 pp. 4073-50 

Kaemmerer, Ludwig. 
Max Lieberroann. Leipzig, 1893. (i), 17 pp. 
Illus. Portrs. 4082.00 

Kaiserling, Carl. 

Praktikum der wisscnschaftlichen Photogra- 
phie. Berlin, 189'i. Illus. 7974-56 

Marthold, Jules de. 
Histoire de la lithographie. Paris. [1898?] 
64 pp. Illus. Portrs. 4075.84 

Muentz, Louis Frc leric Eug^e. 
Les arts i la cour des Papes Innocent VIII., 
Alexandre VI., Pie IIL (1484-1503.) 
Paris, 1898. Pis. 4073.18 

Pennell, Joseph, and Elizabeth Robins Pcnnell. 
Lithography & lithographers. N. Y., 1898. 
Portrs. Pis. *8o6o.i33 

Pictorial photographs. A record of the photo- 
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(i) pp. = 7867..S8 

El oro. Cordoba, 1876. = 7862.44 

Brooks, William Keith. 
The foundations of zoology. N. Y., 1899. 
[Columbia university biological series.] 

Campbell, Douglas Houghton. 
Lectures on the evolution of plants. N. Y., 
1899. Illus. 3858.119 


Cornish, Charles John. 
Animals of to-day, their life and conversa- 
tion. London, 1898. Pis. 3886.45 
Davis, William Morris, and William Henry 
Physical geography. Boston, 1899^ l^tis. 
Maps. 586&83 
Dippel, Leopold. 
Grundziige der allgemeinen Mikroskopie. 
Braunschweig, 1885. Illus. 3923.84 
Gage, Alfred Pay son. 
The elements of physics. Revised edition. 
Boston, 1898. Illus. Portrs. 3967.96 

The first e<fltion, with the title "A text-book of 
the elements of physics," is on shetf-no. 3967.93. 

Gibeme, Agnes. 
Radiant suns. N. Y., 1894. Bins. Portrs. 

Gillet, Qaude Casimir. 
Les champignons (fungi, hymenomycetes> 
qui croissent en France. Paris, 18;^ 2 v. 

^ Pis. ♦5852.35 

Gray, Asa. 

Field, forest, and garden botany. Extended 

by L. H. Bailey. N. Y. [1895] ♦3843.86 

Haeckel, Ernst Heinrich. 

The last link. Our present knowledge of the 

descent of man. With biographi<^ 

sketches by Hans Gadow. London, 1898. 

Henshaw, Henry Wetherbce. 
An annotated list of the birds of Utah. 
[Salem, 1874] I4 PP. = 3904-39 

Hyndman, Hugh Henry Francis. 
Radiation. Aii elementary treatise on electro- 
magnetic radiation and on Rontgen and 
cathode rays. London, 1898. 3969.201 

Isenthal, A. W., and H. Snowden Ward. 
Practical radiography. A handbook of the 
application of the X-rays. 2d edition. 
London, 1898. Illus. 7978.45 

The xst edition, by Ward Alone, is on sheif-na 

Marshall, Dr. William, professor of zoology 
in Leipzig. 
Bil der- Atlas zur Zoologie der Saugetiere, 
Leipzig. 1897. 3882.65 

Newbigin, Marion I. 
Colour in nature. A study in biology. Lon- 
don, 1898. 3828.94 
Niewenglowski, Gaston HenrL 
Technique et applications des rayons X« 
Paris, 1898. Illus. 7978.46 
Oels, Walter. 
Pflanzenphysiologische Versuche, fur die 
Schule zusanmiengestellt Braunschweig, 
1893. xii, 80 pp. Illus. 3853J» 
Preston, Thomas, M.A. 
The theory of light 2d edition. London, 
1895. Illus. a920a.8i 
Silloway, Perley Milton. 
Sketches of some conunon birds. Cincin- 
nati, 1897. Pis. 59061I14 

Treats of the birds of the United Slates cut of 
the Rocky mountains. 

Snyder, Monroe B. 
Report of the Harvard astrophyskal confer- 
ence, Aug., 1898. Lancaster, X89& ^^U^- 

Tarr, Ralph Stockman. 
First book of physical geograpliv. N. Y., 

1898. a&is^; 3835A 



United States. Naval observatory. 

The second Washington catalogue of stars 
together with the annual results under the 
direction of J. R. Eastman. Washington, 
1898. = • *792as3 

Venabl^ Francis Preston, and James Lewis 
Inorganic chemistry according to the periodic 
law. Easton, Pa., 1898. lUus. 5976.144 
Woodward, Arthur Smith. 
Outlines of vertebrate palseontologv, for stu- 
dents of zoology. Cambridge, 1898. Illus. 

Young, Charles Augustus. 
A text-book of general astronomy. Boston, 
1895. Illus. *392oa.77 

Mathematics. Navigation. 

Borel, £mile. 
Lemons sur la th^rie des fonctions. Paris, 
1898. ♦♦£.5125.17 

Houston, Edwin J., and Arthur E. Kenneliy. 
The interpretation of mathematical formulae. 
London, 1898. ♦♦£. 5 124.44 

Koedilin, Maurice. 
Applications de statique graphique. 2e edi- 
tion. Paris, 1898. Text; Atlas, 54 pis. 

♦K.51 11.27 
L^vy, Maurice. 
Lemons sur la th^rie des marges, professees 
au College de France. Pte i. Paris, 1898. 

♦♦E.51 13.42 
M6ray, Hugues Charles Robert 
Lemons nouvelles sur I'analyse infinitesimale 
et ses applications geometriques. Paris, 
1894*98. 4v. ♦♦E.5i2a25 

Morris, Charles, F. R. met soc 
Answers to the definitions, etc at the Board 
of trade examinations in navigation. Lon- 
don, 1898. 48 pp. 5929.44 
Page, James Morris. 
Ordinary differential equations. London, 
1897. ♦♦KS 129.32 
Riemann, Georg Friedrich Bemhard. 
CEuvres mathematiques, traduites par L. 
Laugel. Paris, 1898. ♦♦E.s 128.23 
Tarleton, Francis Alexander. 
An introduction to the mathematical theory 
of attraction. London, 1899. **^'5i^'SA 
Wharton, Sir William James Uoyd. 
Hydrographical surveying. 2d edition. Lon- 
don, 1898. Illus. Maps. 3943-81 

Anthropology. Ethnology. 

Bertillon, Alphonse. 
Ethnographic moderne. Les races sauvages. 
Paris. [1883. J Illus. 3822.275 

Hamy, Ernest Theodore Jules, 
l^tude sur les collections am^ricaines reunies 
4 Genes 4 Toccasion de la 4e centenaire de 
la d^couverte de TAm^rique. Paris, 1896. 
31 pp. Pis. = 3822.266 

Siebold, Heinrich von. 
Ethnoloffische Studien uber die Aino auf der 
Insel Yesso. Berlin, 1881. 48, (i) pp. 
Pis. 3822.278 


Philosophy. Education. 



Baldwin, James Mark. 
Elements of psychology. N. Y., 1893. Illus. 


Handbook of psychology. N. Y., 1890, 94. 

2 V. Illus. 3604.141 

Cheiro, pseud. 

Guide to the hand. A practical work on the 

sciences of cheirognomy and cheiromancy. 

N. Y. [1899.] Portr. Diagrams. 5600.18 

Recejac, E. 

Essay on the bases of the mystic knowledge. 

Translated by Sara Carr Upton. N. Y.. 

1899- 3486.115 


Balfour, Graham. 
The educational systems of Great Britain 
and Ireland. Oxford, 1898. 3598.183 

Boston university. 
First quarter centennial. Program and ad- 
dresses. Boston, 1898. = 4492.225 
Chamberlayne, Catharine J. 
Miss Chamberlayne's school for girls. [Cir- 
cular.] 1897. [Boston, 1897.] = *4499a.i94 
Glasgow university extension board. 
Short courses of lectures to women, in Queen 
Margaret college. Session 1894/95, 
[1895/06]. [Glasgow? 1894, 95] = 

♦2509. I3» 
Holman, Henry. 
English national education. London, 1898. 

Hopkins, Louisa Parsons. 
Natural-history plays, dialogues, and recita- 
tions. [In verse.] Boston, 1885. (i), 88 
pp. = P.85.425.1 

Kaufmann, Georg Heinrich. 

Die Lehrfreiheit an den deutschen Univer- 
sitaten im neunzehnten Jahrhundert. Leip- 
zig, 1898. 48 pp. 2874.02 
Lehigh university. South Bethlehem, Pa. 
[Circular, giving courses of study, etc.] 
South Bethlehem, 1898. Pis. = ♦4492.231 
Morley, John. 
The struggle for national education. Lon- 
don, 1873. 3593.150 
Reed, Anna Stevens. 
Mount Holyoke days in war time. Boston. 
[1898.] Pis. 4407.202 
Rose polytechnic institute, Terre Haute, In- 
Annual catalogue, i6th. Terre Haute, 1898. 

= *449i.45 

Russell, James Earl. 
German higher schools. N. Y., 1899. 

Salmon, David. 
The art of teaching. London, 1898. Illus. 

3599a. 138 


Sarah Fuller home for little children who can- 
not hear. 
Annual report, ist, of the executive com- 
mittee, June, 1889. Boston, 1889. = 

Sidgwick, Eleanor Mildred. 
The place of university education in the life 
of women. [London, 1897.] 55 pp. = 

Tadd, J. Liberty. 
New methods in education. Art. Real 
manual training. Nature study . . . Spring- 
field, 1899. Illus. 4031.10 
Taylor, Albert Reynolds. 
The study of the child. N. Y., 1898. [In- 
ternational education series.] 3598.153 
University of California. 
Annual announcement of courses of instruc- 
tion in the colleges at Berkeley, 1896/97. 
Berkelev, 1896. = ♦4481.147 
University of Glasgow. 
Faculty of science. 
Programme of classes, regulations for 
graduation, and bursaries, &c., open for 
competition. 1896/97. Glasgow, 1896. = 

Queen Margaret college. 

[Circular.] Session 1896/97. [Glasgow, 

1896.] 4 pp. = 2509.144 

Vcyssier, E. 

De la m^thode pour Tenseignement scolaire 

des Ungues vivants. Paris, 1898. 2958.87 

Walker, Francis Amasa. 

Discussions in education. Edited by J. P. 

Munroe. N. Y., 1899. 3593-148 


Guyau, Marie Jean. 
A sketch of morality independent of obliga- 
tion or sanction. Translated by Gertrude 
Kapteyn. London, 1898. 3588.121 

Sullivan, W. R. Washington. 
Morality as a religion. London, 1898. 


Religion. Theology. 

Abbott, Edwin Abbott. 
Saint Thomas of Canterbury, his death and 
miracles. London, 1898. 2 v. 3552.109 
Bible stories (Old Testament). Edited by 
R. G. Moulton. N. Y., 1899. Map. 

Kohelet . . . oder der salomonische Prediger 
iibersetzt und kritisch erlautert von H. 
Graetz. [Ecclesiastes in Hebrew and Ger- 
man.] Leipzig, 1 87 1. = No. 2 in 3424.78 
Schir Ha-Schirim . . . oder das salomonische 
Hohelied ubersetzt und kritisch erlautert 
von H. Graetz. Wien, 187 1. = 3424.78 

With the Hebrew text. 
Bright, William, D.D. 1824- 
Some aspects of primitive church life. Lon- 
don, 1898. 3526.79 
Caldecott, Alfred. 
The church in the West Indies. London, 
t808. Map. 552974 


Cochrane, Thomas. 
Fifty-one years in the home mission field. 
Edinburgh, 1898. Portrs. lUus. 3559.141 
Collins, William Edward. 
The beginnings of English Christianity with 
special reference to the coming of St. Au- 
gustme. London, 1898. Map. 3528.125 
The English Reformation and its conse- 
quences. London, 1898. 3529.119 
Curtin, Jeremiah. 
Creation myths of primitive America in rela- 
tion to the religious history and mental 
development of mankind. Boston, 1898. 

Dubosc de Pesquidoux, Jean Clement L^once. 
L'immaculee conception: histoire d'un 
dogme. Tours, 1898. 2 v. 3456.138 

Gee, Henry. 
The Elizabethan clergy and the settlement of 
religion, 1558-1564. Oxford, 1898. 3434-II9 
Goltz, Eduard, Freiherr von der. 
Eine textkritische Arbeit des zehnten bezw. 
sechsten Jahrhunderts hrsg. nach einem 
Kodex des Athosklosters Lawra. Leipzig, 
1899. [Gebhardt and Harnack.] 

♦3504.50.17, part 4 
Goyau, Georges. 
L'Allemagne religieuse. Le protestantisme, 
Paris, 1898. 3529.79 

Gregory, Benjamin. 

Side lights on the conflicts of Methodism, 
1827-1852. Taken chiefly from the notes 
of Joseph Fowler of the debates in the 
Wesleyan conference. London, 1898. 


Guilbert, Edmund. 

Annals of an old parish: Trinity church, 

Southport, Connecticut N. Y., 1898. 

Portrs. Illus. Map. 3547.111 

Hod der, Edwin, compiler. 

A book of uncommon prayers. London, 1898. 

Holme, Leonard Ralph. 
The extinction of the Christian churches in 
North Africa. London, 1898. [Hulsean 
prize essay.] 3528.117 

Jackson, Abraham Valentine Williams. 
Zoroaster: the prophet of ancient Iran. 
N. Y., 1899. Portr. Pis. Map. 3482.145 
Kautzsch, Emil Friedrich. 
An outline of the history of the literature of 
the Old Testament Translated by John 
Taylor. N. Y., 1899. 3425.122 

Knobel, August Wilhelm. 
Commentar iiber das Buch Koheleth. Leip- 
zig, 1836. = 7425.78 
Lawrence, William, bishop of Massachusetts. 
[Collects to be used in the churches of the 
diocese of Massachusetts, Sunday, June 20. 
i8q7, the sixtieth anniversary of the ac- 
cession of Queen Victoria.] Boston, 1897 

(3) pp. = 7448.40 

Lyon, William Henry. 
The First Parish in Brookline. Brookline, 
1898. 48 pp. Portrs. Pis. = 3544.146 
Miles, George. 
The bishops of Lindisfame, Hexham, Ches- 
ter-le- Street, and Durham, a.d. 635-1020. 
Lon don. [ 1 808. ] 3524.84 

Mills, Benjamin Fay. 
Twentieth century religion. Addresses in 
Hollis St. theatre, Boston. Second seasoa 
No. 1-15. Boston. [1898, 99.] = ^4^92 



Mueller, Herrmann. 
Les origines de la Compagnie de J6sus : Ig- 
nace et Lainez. Paris, 1898. 3519-79 

Pusey, Edward Bouverie. 
Spiritual letters: edited by J. O. Johnston 
and W. C E. Newbolt. London, 189B. 
Portr. 3553106 

Rogers, Arthur. 
Men and movements in the English church. 
N. Y., 1898. Portrs. 3528.121 

Rous, Andr^ Theodore, marquis de la Maze- 

1. * 

Moines et ascites indiens. Essai sur le caves 

d'Ajanti et les convents bouddhistes des 

Indes. Paris, 1898. Pis. 3499.122 

Sanday, William. 

The conception of priesthood in the early 

chyrch and in the Church of England: 

four sermons. London, 1898. 3439- I3X 

Sunderland. Jabez Thomas. 

Sectarianism: its evils, causes, and cure, 

Ann Arbor, 1894. 16 pp. = 7469.158 


'Abodah Sarah, oder der Gotzendicnst. Ein 

Traktat aus dem Talmud. Die Mischna 

und die Gemara . . . iibersetzt und hrsg. 

von F. C. Ewald. 2. Ausgabe. Nurnberg, 

1868. = 3481.64 


Die Lieder der Monche und Nonnen Gotamo 

Buddho's. Aus den Thera«ratha imd Thc^ 

rigatha . . . iibersetzt von K. E. Neumann 

Berlin, 1899. 5022.45 

Law. Legislation. 

Barclay. Thomas. 

The law of France relating to industrial 
property, patents, trade marks, merchan- 
dise marks, trade names ... & colonial. 
Algerian and Tunisian regulations. Lon- 
don, 1889. 3666.41 
Birrell, Augustine. 

Seven lectures on copyright in books. Lon- 
don, 1899. 3666.43 
Dreyfus, Alfred. 

Lettres d'un innocent. Paris, 1898. Fac- 
similes. 26i9a.93 
Garland. Augustus Hill. 

Experience in the Supreme Court of the 
United States. Washington, 1898. Portrs. 

Maguire, James G. 

The sailor and the law. Why American boys 

do not become sailors. Speech in the 

House of representatives, March 30, 1898. 

Washington, 1898. 27 pp. = 4226.84 

Reynolds. Joseph Ward. 

Handbook of the mining laws of the United 
States and Canada, arranged with refer- 
ence to Alaska and the northwest terri- 
tories. Chicago, 1898. 5665.48 
Western union telegraph company. 

Circuit court of tjfie United States. District 
of Massachusetts. In equity. Western 
union telegraph company et al., v. Ameri- 
can Bell telephone company. Record on 
exceptions to Master's report. Boston. 
1899. 2 V. = ♦769oa.27 

Useful and Industrial 


Andes, Louis Edgar. 
Der Eisenrost. Wien, 1898. Ill us. [Chemisch- 
technische Bibliothek.] 8018.48 

Bennett, Richard, and John Elton. 

History of corn milling. London, 1898. 
Illus. 8013.1;^ 

Hurst, George H. 

Soaps. A practical manual. London, 1898. 
Illus. 3971- 132 

Jameson, Charles D. 

Portland cement, its manufacture and use. 

N. Y., 1898. Illus. 4016.109 

Kovalevski, W. J. 

Die Produktivkrafte Russlands. Deutsche 

autorisierte Ausgabe, von E. Davidson. 

Leipzig. 1898. 4024.49 

Rorer. Sarah Tyson. 

Left-overs: how to transform them into 
palatable and wholesome dishes. Phila. 
[1898.] 79 pp. 8oo9a.24 

Tayler, Alexander James Wallis-. 
Aerial or wire-rope tramways. London. 
1898. Illus. 8019.99 

Unwin, William Cawthorne. 
The testing of materials of construction. 2d 
edition. London, 1890. Illus. 8037.37 

Wuest-Kunz, C, and L. Thormann. 
Die Jungfraubahn. Elektrischer Betrieb und 
Bau. Brugg. 1898. 70 pp. Illus. 8013.183 

Agriculture. Forestry. 

Bailey, Liberty Hyde, editor. 
The principles of agriculture. N. Y., 1898. 
Illus. 3997.45 

Cooke, Charles Wallwyn Radcliffe. 
A book about cider and perry. London. 
1898. PI. 5999.1 1 1 

Eliot, Charles. 
Vegetation and scenery in the Metropolitan 
reservations of Boston. Boston, 1898. 3 
pp. 57 pis. 3 maps. 584542 

Forest leaves. Published bi-monthly by the 
Pennsylvania forestry association. Vol. 
6, no. 12; vol. 7, no. i, Phila., 1898, 99. 
Pis. *384oa.62 

Hotchkiss, George W. 
History of the lumber and forest industry of 
the Northwest. Chicago, 1898. Portrs. 


Maiden, Walter J. 

The conversion of arable land to pasture. 

London, 1898. 3999- 164 

Maryland agricultural college quarterly, The. 

No. I, 2. College Park, Md., 1898. = 

♦5990a. 16 

Timber trades journal. The. The export pine 

trade of the Southern states of America. 

London. 1898. Illus. 8030.60 

Webb, Henry John. 

Advanced agriculture. London, 1894. Illus 



Military and Naval Art, Science, 
and History. 

Drygalski, A. von, and C. von Zepelin. 
Russland : Das Hcer von A. von Drygalski 
C. von Zepelin; Die Flotte von C F. 
Batsch. Berlin. [1898.] Illus. Portrs. 
Maps. 3952.147-3 

Giddings, Howard A. 
Manual for cyclists. For the use of the 
regular army, organized militia, and volun- 
teer troops of the United States. [Kansas 
City. 1898.] Pis. 5959a. 107 

Lewal, Jules Louis. 
La chimere du d^sarmement. Paris, 1897. 


Werner, Reinhold. 

Bilder aus der deutschen Seekriegsisreschichte 

von Germanicus bis Kaiser Wilhelm 11. 

Miinchen, 1899. Illus. Portrs. 2822.24 

Amusements. Games. 
. Sports. 

Cook, Charles Henry. 
Practical letters to young sea fishers. By 
John Bickerdyke [ps^df.]. London, 1898. 
Illus. 4006.158 

Demidof, £lim Pavlovitch, prince San Donato. 
Hunting trips in the Cfaucasus. London, 
1898. Illus. Map. 4002.164 

Giffen, George. 
With bat and ball. Twenty-five years' rem- 
iniscences of Australian and Anglo-Aus- 
tralian cricket. London, 1898. Portrs. 
Pis. 4007.26 

Hammond, Stephen Tillinghast. 
Hitting vs. missing, with the shotgun. N. Y., 
1898. 4009.237 

Hutchmson, Horace Gordon. 

Golfing. 5th edition. London, 1898. 4009.11 
Sandeman, Fraser. 
By hook and by crook. London, 1894. Pis. 

Street, Charles Stuart. 
Whist up to date. 4th edition. Boston. 
[1897?] 4009a. 190 

Webb, F. R. 
Manual of the canvas canoe. N. Y., 1898. 
Illus. 3959189 

Westoby, William Amos Scarborough. 
The adhesive postage-stamps of Europe. 
Vol. I. London, 1898. Illus. 2237.39 


In English. 

Bumham, Gara Louise. 
A West Point wooing, and other stories. 
Boston, 1899. 68.9 


Canton, William. 

W. V's golden l^^cnd. N. Y. [1898.] Pis. 

Chetwodc, R, D. 

The knight of the golden chain. N. Y., 1899. 

England, reign of Stephen. 

Garetie, Ars^ne Amaud, called Jules. 
Vicomte de Puyjoli. A romance of the 
French revolution. Engli^ed by Emma 
M. Phelps. N. Y., 1899. 1066.65 

Cuoples, George. 
The green hand. Adventures of a naval lien- 
tenant Edinburgh, 1898. Portr. Pis. 

Davis, Mary Evelyn Moore. 

The wire cutters. Boston, 1899. 68.8 

Del and, Margaret. 

Old Chester tales. With illus. by Howard 
Pyle. N. Y.. 1899. 6a5 

Findlater, Tane Helen. 

The green graves of Balgowrie. N. Y., 1896. 

Frederic Harold. 

The return of the O'Mahony. N. Y.. 1800. 
Portr. Pis. 6aio 

Grahame, Kenneth. 

Dream days. N. Y., 1899. 57.8 

Haggard, Henry Rider. 

Swallow : a tale of the great Trek. N. Y , 
1899. Pis. 57.12 

Hector, Annie French. (Mrs. Alexander.) 

Brown, V. C. N. Y., 1899. S7.ii 

Howells. William Dean. 

Ragged lady. N. Y., 1899. Pis. 68.7 

Jokai. M6r. 

A Hungarian nabob. Translated by R. Nis- 

bet Bain N. Y, 1899. 1026.12 

MacManus, Seumas. 

Through the turf smoke. The love, lore, and 

laughter of old Ireland. N. Y., 1899. S7.6 

Macnaughton, S. 

Selah Harrison. London, 1899. 57 7 

Morvan, Louis. 

The secret of Fougereuse. Boston, 1898. Pis. 

Murfrec, Mary Noailles. (Charles Egbert 

The story of old Fort Loudon. N. Y., 1800. 
Pms. ^^5 

Time of French and Indian war. 
Ravmond, Walter. 

Two men o' Mendio. N. Y., 1899. SM4 

Richards. Laiira Elizabeth. 
Melody. The story of a child. Boston, 1808. 

Skinner, Henrietta Dana. 
Espiritu Santo. N. Y.. 1899. 57.13 

In French. 

Heiberg, Johan Ludwig, compiler. 

Nouvelles danoises. Traduites par X. Mar- 

mier. Paris, 1876. = 6899.137 

Prevost, Marcel. 

Dernicres lettres de femmes. [5ie Edition.] 

Paris. [1898?] 267a23i 

Nouvelles lettres de femmes. [496 Edition.] 

Paris. [1898?] 26^^230 



In German. 

Ebers, Georg Moritz. 
Das Wanderbuch. Eine dramatische Erzah- 
lung aus dem Nachlasse, und gesaxnmelte 
kleine Schriften. 3. Auflage. Stuttgart, 
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Freytag, Gustav. 
Die verlorene Handschrift. Roman. 28te 
Auflage. Leipzig, 1897. 2 v. 2870.89 

Gerstaecker, Friedrich. 
Im Eckfenster. 5. Auflage. Jena. [1890?] 

Mississippi-Bilder. 5. Auflage. Jena. [1889.I 

Eine Mutter. 5. Auflage. Jena. [1880.] 

Heiberg, Hermann. 
Merloir und Amor. Leipzig. [1898.I 

Heyse, Paul Johann Ludwig. 
Martha's Briefe an Maria. 2. Auflage. 
Stuttgart, 1898. 80 pp. 6896.98 

Der Sohn seines Vaters und andere Novellen. 
3te Auflage. Berlin, 1898. 6896.96 

Kirschner Lola. (Ossip Schubin). 
VoUmondzauber. Stuttgart, 1890. 2876.144 
Wenn's nur schon Winter war* I 4. Auflage. 
Stuttgart, 1898. 2876.145 

Muegge, Theodor. 
Die Erbin. 2te Auflage. Breslau, 1866. = 

Der Majoratsherr. 2te Auflage. Breslau, 

1866. 6899.175 

Taenzerin und Grafin. 2te Auflage. Bres- 
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Ompteda, Georg, Freiherr von. 
Der Zeremonienmeister. 2. Auflage. Ber- 
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Poetzl, Eduard. 
Hoch vom Kahlenberg. Heitere und emste 
Skizzen aus dem Wiener Leben. 2tes 
Bandchen. Leipzig. [1898.] 4896.50.395 
Polenz, Wilhelm von. 
Der Grabenhager. Berlin, 1898. 2 v. 

Trinius, Au^st 

Miss Annie und andere Geschichten. Leip- 
zig. [1898.] 4896.50.391 
Wichert, Ernst Alexander August George. 

Das grtine Thor. Jena, 1875. = 6896.92 

Wittmann, Carl Friedrich, editor. 

Vortrage Scherz und Ernst. Zur Belehrung, 

Belustigung und Unterhaltun^ in geselligen 

Kreisen. ites Bandchen. Leipzig. [i8q8.] 


In Italian. 

Rovetta, Girolamo. 
La baraonda. Romanzo. 3a edizione. 
Milano, 1894- 2775.90 

In Spanish. 

Palacio Vald^s, Armando. 
Maximina. begunda parte de Riverita. No- 
vela de costumbres. Madrid, 1887. 2 v. 


Associations. Clubs. 

Boston elevated railroad company. 
Annual report, ist, of the directors, for the 
year ending Sept. 30, 1898. Boston, 1898. 
= . ♦7658.170 

Dutton, William Henry. 
The boots and shoes of our ancestors as ex- 
hibited by the Worshipful company of 
cordwainers. With a brief history of the 
company. London, 1898. Pis. ^4532. 122 
Ferree, Barr. 
Institute organization. The plan and scope 
of the Brooklyn institute and its applica- 
tion to other cities. N. Y., 1898. 20 pp. = 

Odd Fellows, Independent order of. 
The record-history of the invitation to Boston 
and the reception and entertainment ex- 
tended to the Sovereign grand lodge, I. O. 
O. F., September, 1898. Boston, 18^ 
Portrs. = *756i.87 

Periodicals. Annuals. 

Island of Cuba magazine, The. Vol. i, no. i. 

Havana, 1899. Ill us. *736i.30 

Libussa. Jahrbuch fiir 1846-50. Hrsg. von P. 
A. Klar. Jahrg. 5-9. Frag. [1846-50.] 

5 V. Portrs. Pis. = *6879a.35 

Providence journal almanac. 1899. Provi- 
dence. [1898.] = '*'4489a.i78 



Social Science. 

Political Economy. 

Allix, Edgard. 
L'ceuvre economique de Karl Mario, (Karl- 
(jreorg Winkelbiech. 1810-1805). Paris, 
1898. 9335-5 

Ambrozovics, B61a. 
Des moyens d'int^resser les agents aux Eco- 
nomies sur les depenses et a I'augmenta- 
tion des recettes. [From Congres inter- 
national des chemins de fer, 1863. J = 

La formation des employes de chemms de 

fer en Uongrie. Bruxelles, 1888. = 

Atkinson, Edward. 
Forced loans. Greenbacks, Sherman notes 
and silver certificates. [N. Y., 1895.] = 

Sheep in the cotton states. A suggestion for 
doubling the crop of cotton . . . adding a 
clip of wool . . . [Boston? 1898?] = 

Biedermann, Ernst 
Die Sutistik der Edelmetalle. Berlin, 1898. 

84 pp. Pis. *786o.75 

Conigliani, Carlo Angelo. 
La riforma delle leggi sui tributi locali. 
Studi e proposte. Modena, 1898. 9336.2845 

Family budgets: being the income and ex- 
penses of twenty-eight British households. 
1891-1894. Compiled for the Economic 
club. London, 1896. 76 pp. 5563.41 

Garelli, Alessandro Stefano. 
FUosofia del monopolio. Milano, 1898. 

Guyot, Yves. 
L'Economie de Teffort Paris, 1896. 3567.212 

Contents. — La science ^onomique et les taits. — 
L*^change. — Trois entit^s: la propri^^, le capi- 
tal, le travail. — Les instruments <i*6change: la 
monnaie, le credit. — Capitaux fixes et capitaux 
drculants, leur valeur relative. — Les aberra- 
tions protectionnistes. — Des salaires. — Les con- 
ceptions socialistes et les faits. — L'^volntion et 
la regression ^onomiques. 

Le Bourdais des Touches, Jean. 
£tude critique sur le regime financier des 
colonies francaises. Paris, 1898. 3645.117 
Leroy-Beaulieu, Paul Pierre. 
Trait6 th^orique et pratique d'dconomie poli- 
tique. 2e Edition. Paris, 1896. 4 v. 


Loria, Achille. 

L'unportance des Etudes to>nomiques sar les 
coiomes. Paris, 1898. = 0325*54 

McCleary, James T. 

Studies m political science. St Paul, 1894. 

32 pp. = 5<)4^i57 

Marryat, Joseph. 1757-1824. 
Concessions to America the bane of Great 
Britain; or, the cause of the present dis- 
tressed situation of the British colonial and 
shipping interests explained, and the proper 
remedy suggested. [Anon. J London, 
1807. Jb58.86 

Medford, Macall. 
Oil without vinegar, and dignity without 

f^ride: or, British, Amercian, and West- 
ndia interests considered. 2d edition, with 
a preface, and additions. Together with a 
chart, shewing the rise and fail of the trade 
between the two countries. London, 1807. 

M6moires pour servir i I'histoire des assurances 
sur la vie et des rentes viageres aux Pays- 
Bas. R6unies et publics par la direction de 
la societe generale N6erlandaise d'assur- 
ances sur la vie et de rentes viageres. Am- 
sterdam, 1898. = 9368.3-2 
Merlin, Roger. 
Le meuyage et la participation aux b^e- 
fices. Paris, 1898. 9333-51 
Neymarck, Alfred. 
Vocabulaire manuel d'6conomie politique. 
Paris, 1898. ♦556oa.2Q 

Bibliography, pp. 45^478* 

Parsons, Frank. 
Public ownership of monopolies. Phila., 
1894. = 3659.32 

Sayous, Andr6 E. 
Les bourses allemandes de valeurs et de 
commerce et les lois imp^riales des 22 juin 
et 25 juillet, 1896. Paris, 1898. 9332.643 
Segura y Cabrera, Andres. 
£1 contrato de seguro de vida. Habana, i8». 

Simonson, George M. ,, , . ^r v 

The clearing house of New York aty. N. Y. 

[1898.] 32 pp. Illus. Portrs, 5649.124 

Smith, George Armitagc-. 

The free-trade movement and its results. 

London, 1898. [Victorian era series.] 


Supino, Camillo. , 

La borsa e il capitale improduttivo. MOaxK), 

1898. 9332.6 

Vanlaer, Maurice. ^^ 

La participation aux b6n6fioes. Pans, logBf 



Wallace, Alfred Rttssd. 
The wonderful century. N. Y. [1899.] 

Warner, John De Witt 

Greenback retirement and "gold" bonds. 
Speech in the House, February 6, 1895. 
[Washington, 1895.] = 5643.110 

Wicksell, Knut 
Geldzins und Guterpreise. Jena, 1898. 

Wolff, Henry W. 
Co-operative credit banks. London. [1898.] 
58 pp. 3648.130 

Political Science. 

Citizens' union, New York city. 
The city for the people! Campaign book. 

Scpt-Oct., 1897. 2d edition. N. Y. [1897.) 

Ti F^f= „ 4378.168 

Hysiop, James Hervey. 

Democracy : a study of government. N. Y., 

T ^2P% „r . 3568.223 

Lee, Robert Warden. 

The social compact A guide to some writ- 
ers on the science and art of politics . . . 
Oxford, 1898. 3568.221 

opooner, L^sander. 
Free pohtical institutions. An abridgment 
znd rearrangement of Lysander Spooner's 
Trial by jury. Edited by Victor Yarros. 
«^.,®®^^®'^' '^- 47 pp. = 3626.17 

World politics. N. Y., 1898. 3567.216 


Annee sociologique, L*. Publiee sous la direc- 
tion de fimile Durkheim. Annee i. 1896/97. 
Paris, 1898 ♦35O6.226 

Boston children s aid society. 

Sutement for 1898. Boston. [1898.] = 

T» , ^ *757i.i8 

Brooke, Emma. 

A Ubulation of the factory laws of European 

countries in so far as they relate to the 

hours of labour, and to special legislation 

for women, young persons, and children. 

London, 1898. 5665.63 

Bumham industrial farm, Columbia county, 

New York. 

[Statement of its design and methods.] 

, [Newark, N. J., 1886.] = 5576.158 

Citizens association of Boston. 

The changes recommended in the system of 

public charity by the commission appointed 

by Governor Wolcott [Cambridge. 1897.] 

^ = 5575-139 

Consumers' league. The, of Massachusetts. 

Investigation of hours and other conditions 
in the mercantile establishments of Boston. 
[Boston, 1898.] ^ 38, (9) pp. = 5567.77 
Girdlestone, Edward Deacon. 

Society dassified, n reply to the question: 
How far is the saying true that every one 
lives either by working, begging, or steal- 
ing? 5th edition, revised. London. [188-?] 

Leamet, Samuel. 

The temperance problem. Its solution. N. p. 

[1889.1= 7588.180 


Lichtenberger, Andr^. 
Le socialisme utopique. fitudes sur quelques 
precurseurs inconnus du socialisme. Paris, 

1898. 3569.257 

Mavor, James. 
The Scottish railway strike, 1891. Edin- 
burgh, 1891. 5569a.i4it 
National convention of working g^'rls' dubs, 2d. 
Report of proceedings, Boston, May 9-11, 
1894. Boston. 1894. = ♦5586.40 
Oppenheimer, Franz. 
Grossgrundeigentum und soziale Frage. Ber- 
lin. [1898.] 9333.3 
Philadelphia for infants. 
Annusil report, 19th. Phila., 1892. = 

Revue sociale catholique. Brussels, 1898. 

Sanz y Escartin, Eduardo. 

Uindividu et la reforme sociale. Traduit de 

Tespagnol par A. Dietrich. Paris, 1898. 

i^ 9302.2 

Savatier, Henri. 
La th^orie moderne du capital et la justice. 
Paris, 1898. 9331. 

Soloveitchik, Leonty. 
Un protetariat meconnu. £tude sur la situa- 
tion sociale et economique des ouvriers 
juifs. Bruxelles, 1898. 3653.38 

Stein, Ludwig. 
Die sociale Frage im Lichte der Philosophic. 
Stuttgart, 1897. 9302. 

Tarde, Gabriel. 
Les lois sociales: esquisse d'un sociologie. 
Paris, 1898. 9301. 

Watrigant. Henri. 
Le decalogue agricole, ou esquisse d'un pro- 
gram d'action catholique dans les cam- 
pagncs. [Abbeville, 1898. 1 = 9335-9 

Wiltse. Henry M. 
The moonshiners. [Chattanooga, 1895.] Pis. 
= 7589.109 

On the illicit manufacture and sale of liquors. 
Women's institute, London. 
Transactions. No. i. [London, 1897.] = 


Public Documents. 

United States. 

Hearings before subcommittee of House 
committee on appropriations in charge of 
legislative, executive, and judicial appro- 
priation bill for 1900. Washington, 1898. 

=f 9336.73 

Spanish- American treaty, 1898. 

Secret proceedings of the Peace commission. 

Official verbatim report ... as originally 

published by the New York Journal and 

Advertiser ... [N. Y., 1898.] = ♦4420.71 

Agriculture, Department of. 

Experiment Stations. 

Atwater, Wilbur Olin, and A. P. Bryant. 

Dietary studies in Chicago in 1895 and 

1896. Conducted with the co-operation 

of Jane Addams and Caroline L. Hunt, 

of Hull House. Washington, 1898. = 




Atwater, Wilbur Olin, and Charles F. 


A digest oi metabolism experiments, in 

whicn the balance of income and outgo 

was determined. Washington, 1897.= 

Atwater. Wilbur Olin, and Charles liayton 

Dietary studies in New York city in 
iSqS and 1896. Washington, 1898. = 

Atwater, Wilbur Olin, and others. 
Report of preliminary investigations on 
the metabolism of nitrogen ana carbon in 
the human organism, with a respiration 
calorimeter of speciaJ construction. By 
W. O. Atwater, C. D. Woods, and F. G. 
Benedict Washington, 1897. = 


Foaden, George P. 
Cotton culture in Egypt. Washington, 
.1897. = 5993.70.42 

Snyder, Harry. 
Losses in boiling vegetables, and the 
composition and digestibility of potatoes 
and eggs. By H. Snyder, Almah J. 
Frisby, and A. P. Bryant Washington, 

^ 1897. = ♦S994.70.43 

Statistics of the land-grant colleges and 

agricultural experiment stations in the 

Linited States for the year ending June 

30, 1897. Washington, 1898. = 

T.. . . *5993.70.5i 

Forestry Division. 

Fairchild, David Grandison. 
Systematic plant introduction: its pur- 
poses and methods. Washington, 1898. 
= 5843.25.21 

Mlodziansky, A. K. 
Measuring the forest crop. Washington, 
1898. = ♦5843.25.20 

Interstate Commerce Commission. 
Annual report, 12th, 1898. Washington, 
1899. = 5658.6.12 

Preliminary report on the income account of 
railways in the United States for the year 
ending June 30, 1898. Washington, i( 
^^ =^ * 

Navy Department. 
Naval intelligence Office. 
Cervera y Topete, Pascual. 
Views of Admiral Cervera regarding 
the Spanish navy in the late war. Wash- 
ington, 1898. 442oa.6i 
Mueller y Tejeiro, Jos^. 
Battles and capitulation of Santiago de 
Cuba. Translated from the Spanish. 
Washington, 1898. Maps. Plans. 

Same. (Completed.) 1899. 165 pp. 


The edition of 1808 omits thirteen chapters of the 
Spanish work. Inis edition omits three only. 

Paris Exposition. 
General rules and regulations of the exposi- 
tion. Chicago. [1899.] = *8o23.20 
Treasury Department. 
Letter from the Secretary . . . transmitting 
estimates of appropriations required for 
the service of the fiscal year ending June 
30, 1900. Washington, 1898. C.241.6 

War Department 
Customs tariff and regulations for ports in 
Cuba in possession of the United States. 
Washington, 1898. = 7^43-177 

Separate States. 

School Document 
Woodbridge, S. Homer. 
Schoolhouse warming and ventilation. 
[Hartford.] 1898. = *9697.-i 

Iowa. Board of Health. 
Biennial report, ist-9th. Des Moines, 1882- 
97. = *96i4.09777 

Kansas. State Board of Agriculture. 
Eleventh biennial report, 1897 and 1898, con- 
taining analysis of agricultural statistics 
for twenty years [&cf. Topeka, 1899: 

Bureau of Statistics of Labor. 
The enumerator's book. (Number 2.) For 
the industrial statistics of 1875. Boston, 
1875. = ♦9311.2744--2 

Metropolitan Water Board. 
General information regarding the Metro- 
politan water works. April, 1898. [Bos- 
ton.] 1898. = *6457-3i 
Cambridge. Board of Health. 
Annual report for the year ending Dec, 
1897, Nov., 1898. [Cambridge, 18^, 96.] 

= *96i4.097444 

State Board of Trade. 
Reports at the annual meeting, 1898. [Bos- 
ton, 1898.] = *3656.86 
Mississippi. Secretary of State. 
Biennial report to the Legislature for 1896 
and 1897. Jackson, 1897. = *9353.962i- 
New Mexico. House of Representatives. House 
Proceedings. 32d session. Jan., 1897. Santa 
F^, N. M., 1897. = 932a789i- 

Issued in both 'English and Spanish. 
The Philadelphia exposition, September- 
November, 1899. = 9606.748 
Wisconsin. Forestry Commission. 
Report [ist] [1897/8.] Madison, 1898. = 



Annuaire statistique de la Belgique. Tome 
XXVIII, 1897. Bruxdles, 1898. = 

9314.93. 189^1 

Canada. Department of Finance. Insurance 


Report of the Superintendent of insurance 

lor the year ended 31st December 1881- 

1897. Ottawa, 1882-98. 17 V. = 

Causes de d^c^s dans les villes du rojraume 
de Danemark ,1897. 1898. = 




Sutistike Medddelser, (4th series). 1897- 
1898. = 9314.89 

Principftl contenta.— Bmploi de la terre danB le 
Danemark in 1896. Salaires des oavriern de r6tat 
4 la journte on 4 la pi4ce. Caractire de la t6- 
colte en 1897. R^coltes en Danemark, iSjK-iiqiS. 
Indnstries an Danemark en 1897. Rapports sur 
la determination de la snperficie dn Danemark. 
Elections an Folketing 1893-1898. Prodnctions 
contt oUes, X897. 

Efl^t Administrations des postes. 
Kapport et statistique g^n^rale, 1895. 1896, 

1897. La Caire. = 9383.162 

Minist^re de TA^culture. 

Statistique aericole annuelle. 1893-1897. 

Sv. Paris, 185)4-1898. = 9338.144-3 

Statistique agncole de la France. Resultats 

g^neraux de Tenquete decennale. 1882, 

18^. With atlas. = 9338.144-2 

Mimst^re des Travaux Publics. Division des 

Statistique de I'industrie mindrale et des 

appareils i vapeur en France et en Algerie. 

15^. Paris, 1898. = 9338.244 

Society d'£conomie Politique. 

Annuaire, 1899. Paris, 1899. = 9306.^ 

Reunion du 5 mai 1898 [retirement of A. 

Courtois and election of Jules Fleury]. 

Paris, 1898. = 9306.44-2 

Gladbach. Handelskammer. 

Jahresbericht pro 1897. M. Gladbach. 

[1898.] = ♦9381.4342-2 


Secretaria de fomento. Secci6n de estadis- 
Anuario. Criminalidad. Inscripcion de 
ciudadanos. Beneficencia. Rentas muni- 
cipales. [1894.] Guatemala, 1898. = 

Anuano. Territorio y poblacion [1894]. 
Guatemala. 1898. = ♦9314.7281-1 

New South Wales. 
Government Statistician. 

New South Wales statistical register for 

1897 and previous years. Sydney, 1898. 

Documentos presentados i las Cortes en la 
legislatura de 1898 por el Ministro de £s- 
tado. Madrid, 1899. 

I. Negociaciones diplom&ticas desde el principio 
de la guerra con los Estados Unidos hasta la 
firma del protocolo de Washington y gestiones 
practicadas para su cumpltmiento. 9341.746 

XI. Conferencia de Paris y tratado de paz de 10 de 
Diciembre de 1898. 9341.246 

United Kingdom. Parliament. 

Agreement concerning the exchange of pos- 
tal parcels between the United Kingdom 
and Guatemala. 1898. 9383.6 

Navy estimates for the year 1899-1900. Lon- 
don, 1899. 9354.427 

Statement of first Lord of the admiralty, 
explanatory of the navy estimates, 189^ 
1900. London, 1899. 9354.427-2 

Report of the departmental committee on 
prison dietaries. 1899. 9613.21 

Report on manufacture and use of water gas 
and other gases containing a large propor- 
tion of carbonic oxide; with minutes ol 
evidence. 1899. 9665.7 

Reports on the use of phosphorus in the 
manufacture of lucifer matches. By T. E. 
Thorpe, Thomas Oliver and George Cun- 
ningham. London. 1899. 9614.728 

Reports respecting the telephone service in 
various foreign countries. London, 1899. 


Seamen's savings banks (money orders and 
transmission of wages). Statements, 1855- 
1808. 9332.2 

Worthington, T. 
Commercial mission to South America: 
Brazil CPart i). 9382.81 

Board of Trade. Labour Department. 

Fifth annual abstract of labour statistics of 
the United Kingdom. 1897-98. London. 
1898. = 9331.0942 

Mural Decorations in America. 

List of Photographs in the Boston Public Library. 

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Justice. (Lawyers* dub, New York.) 
rittsburg offering her iron and steel to the 
world. (Bank ot Pittsburg, Pittsburg, Pa.) 
Evolution of civilization. (Library of Con- 
Sketch of detail for the Triumph of the 
dance. (House of C. P. Huntington, New 
Blum, Robert 
The moods of Music (Mendelssohn Glee 
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Cox, Kenyon. 
Venice. (Walker art gallery, Bowdoin Col- 
The Arts, the Sciences. (Library of Con- 
Dielman, Frederick. 
History, Mythology, and Tradition; Law. 
(Library of Congress.) 
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The Elements. (Library of Congress.) 
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Athens. (Walker art gallery, Bowdoin Col- 
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Lawrenceville, N. Y.) 
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Greek heroes. (Library of Congress.) 
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The discoverers. (Library of Congress.) 

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Van Ingen, W. B. 
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Rome. (Walker art gallery, Bowdoin Col- 
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Crimson, The. 
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Griswold, Harriet Tyng. 
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Cadell, Sir Robert. 
Sir John Cope and the RebellioH of 1745. 
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Carrington, Henry Beebee. 
Washington the soldier. Boston, 1898. 
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Collingwood, Stuart Dodffson. 
The life and letters of Lewis Carroll (Rev. 
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Compton, Berdraore. 
Edward Meyrick Goulbum, dean of Nor- 
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05 pp. nius. Portrs. Fac-simile. 5088.20 
Frederick n., the Great, of Prussia. 
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Gladstone, William Ewart 

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Grottschallj Carl Rudolf von. 
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Dichter-Biographien. i. Band : Friedrich 
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Griswold, Rufus Wilmot 

Passages from [his] correspondence and 
other papers. Cambridge, 1898. 4341.49 
Leudet, Maurice. 
The emperor of (krmany at home. Trans- 
lated by Virginia Taylour. London, 1898. 
Illus. Portrs. 4846.42 

Maurel, Andr6. 
Essai sur Chateaubriand, avec un appendice 
bibliographique. Paris, 1898. 2679.204 

Mazzini, Giuseppe. 
Lettere inedite di Giuseppe Mazzini ed al- 
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Mill, John Stuart 
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Simpson, Eve Blantyre. 
Robert Louis Stevenson's Edinburgh days. 
2d edition. London, 189S. 4549-145 


Sollv, Henry Shaen. 
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Yusuf ibn Rifi^", Bah& d-Din, called Ibn Shad- 
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H istory. 

Ancient. Modem. Asia. Africa. 


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Drei Jahre ostasiatischer Politik. 1894-97. 
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Brooks, Francis Augustus. 
Objections to the President's pr(K)osed sub- 
jugation of the Filipinos under license 
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Green, Elsa Goodwin. 
Raiders and rebels in South Africa. Lon- 
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An acooant of affairs in the TnnsTuI after uit 
Jameson raid, and in Rhodesia during the natire 
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Halstead, Murat. 
The story of the Philippines . . . Events of 
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Sweetnam, G^rge H. 

What shall we do with the Philippines? 

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Home life in colonial days. N. Y., 1899. 
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Femald, James Champlin. 
The imperial republic N. Y., 1898. Maps. 

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In Cuba with Shatter. N. Y., 1899. Portrs. 
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Read, David Breakenridge. 

The Canadian rebellion of 1837. Toronto, 
1896. Portr. 4314-176 

Vaili. Elizabeth Sedgwick. 

An American's patriotic catechism. A brief 

histoi^ of the settlement of the American 

colonies ... in the form of question and 

answer. N. Y., 1896. 96 pp. 4329.167 

Watterson, Henry. 

History of the Spanish-American war. Em- 
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Fine Arts. Archaeology. 


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List of antiquarian remains in the Central 
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Flouest, Edmond. 

Notes pour servir i T^tude de la haute an- 
tii^uit^ en Bourgogne. i. Le tumtdus de 
bois de Langres. 2. Les sepultures ant^- 
historiques de Veuxhaulles« [Semur, 1872.I 
54 pp. Pis. = 4632.10 

Hostmann, Christian. 

Studien zur vorgeschichtlichen Archaologie. 
Braunschweig, 1890. 2233.72 

Otte, Heinrich. 

Archaologischer Katechismus. Kurzer Un- 
terricht in der kirchlichen Kunstarchao- 
logie des deutschen Mittelalters. 3. Auf- 
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Rea, Alexander. 

Monumental remains of the Dutch East India 
conmany in the Presidency of Madras. 
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Fine Arts. 

American academy in Rome. 
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N. Y., 1896. 42 pp. nius. 8(^9.211 


Autotype company, London. 
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in 4. 4099.126 

Contemporary art Thirty etchings and chro- 
molithographs. With text. Phila., 1876. 
= *4070.ii2 

Coulthurst, S. L. 
How to make lantern slides. London. 
[1898.1 78 pp. Illus. 7979a.37 

Davidson, Ellis A. 
Linear drawing, showing the application of 
practical geometry to trade and manufac- 
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Alphabets old and new. With an essay on 
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Dow, Arthur Wesley. 
Composition. A series of exercises selected 
from a new system of art education. Part 
I. Boston, 1890. Illus. 4061.59 
Guide du photographic. Paris^ 1854. = 7974-54 
Guillaume, Qaude Jean Baptiste Eugene. 

Notices et discours. Pans. liScfi}] 4089.67 
Contents. — Charles Blanc — Paul Baudry. — M. 
Jean Alaux. — Antoine Barye. — Discours. 

Hall, James, of Springfield. 
With brush and pen. Suggestions for some of 
the newer phases of public school art in- 
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Kieslin^ Ernst, and others. 
Die Kunst der Schaufenster-Dekoration. 
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Lange, Konrad. 
Der schlafende Amor des Michelangelo. 
Leipzig, 1898. 93 pp. nius. 8085.87 

Law, Ernest. 
The royal gallery of Hampton Court illus- 
trated. London, 1898. Illus. 100 pis. 

Life's comedy. 3d series. N. Y., 1898. Illus. 

Mauri, L. de. 
L'amatore di maioliche e porcellane. Milano. 
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Mdlerio, Andr6. 
La lithographic originale en couleurs. Paris, 
1898. 45 pp. 8065.154 

Morris, William. 1836-1896. 
Art and the beauty of the earth. A lecture 
delivered at Burslem, October 13, 1881. 
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National portrait gallery, London. 
Historical and descriptive catalogue. loth 
edition. London, 1898. ♦8075.151 

Peale, Rembrandt. 
Granhics ; a manual of drawing and writing. 
N. Y., 1835. 88 pp. Illus. 4068.& 

Pope, Alexander. 
The rape of the lock. With eleven drawings 
by lAubrey Beardsley. London, 1897. 80 
pp. Illus. ♦8o69a.iii 


Strzygowski, Josef. 
Das Werden des Barock bei Raphael und 
Correggio. Nebst einem Anhanjj iiber 
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Werckmeister, Carl, editor. 

Das neunzehnte Jahrhundert in Bildnissen. 
Mit Beitragen von Herman Grimm, Erich 
Marcks . . . Lieferung 1-20. Berlin, 
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Witthaus, F. E., editor. 
Selected examples of decorative art from 
South Kensington museum. Part i. Janu- 
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Bond, Francis. 
English cathedrals. London, 1899. Illus. 


[Plan of proposed alterations .in Copley 
square.] [Boston.] 1899. Scale, 20 feet 
to I inch. = No. 23 in ♦♦Map 35.1 

Brock, Arthur Clutton-. 
The cathedral church of York. London, 
1899. IIIus. Plan. 4109.40 

Darby, John Lionel. 
Chester cathedral. Illustrated by Herbert 
Railton. London, 1898. 66 pp. Pis. 
Plan. 4109.23 

Jewett, Llewellynn, and Samuel Carter Hall. 
The stately homes of England, [ist], 2d 
series. London, 1881. 2 v. Illus. Pis. 
Plans. 2465.28 

Landscape Gardening. 

American park and outdoor art association. 

Report. 1st, 2d. 1897, 98. Louisville [etc.], 

1897, 98. 2 V. Illus. = *3994.25 

In 1897 this was called Park and outdoor art as- 


Boston training school of music. 

[Circular.] 8th year, 1898/99. [Boston, 1898.] 

= ♦8047.130 

Goudimel, Qaude. 

Les cent cinquante Pseaumes de David, nou- 

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Helm, Theodor. 

Beethoven's Streichquartette. Leipzig, 1885. 

Henderson, William James. 
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TT , T 8o59a.30 

Huneker, James. 

Mezzotints in modern music. Brahms, 

Tschaikowsky, Chopin, Richard Strauss, 

Liszt and Wagner. N. Y., 1899. 4048.141 


Lavignac, Albert 
Music and musicians. Translated by W. 
Marchant. Edited, with additions on music 
in America, by H. £. Krehbid. N. Y., 
1890. Illus. 4048-35 

Moscheles, Ignatz. 
Thematisches Verzeichniss im Druck er- 
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66 pp. 8054.7 

Nottebohm, Martin Gustav. 
Zweite Beethoveniana. Nachgelassene Auf- 
satze. Leipzig, 1887, 88. 4044.21 

Reinsdorf, Otto. 
Richard Wagner's Meistersinger von Num- 
berg. Eine kritlsche Studle. Leipzig, 1873. 

65 pp. = 40492.59 

Schumann, Robert Alexander. 

Music and musicians. Translated by Fanny 

R. Ritter. N. Y., 1880, 81. 2 v. Portr. 

Trente et une chansons musicales [par] Qaudin 
(de Sermisy), Consilium, Courtoys, . . . 
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Vogel, Adolf Bemhard. 
Hans von Bulow. Seln Leben und sein 
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Franck, C6sar. ^Le chasseur maudit Foeme 

symnhonique. Partition. Paris. 
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Guiraud, E. Danse persane. Air de ballet 

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Lutz, W. Meyer. Frankenstein, barlesqne 

melodrama. London. 
Moeller, Adolf. Sinfonie in G moll fur grosses 

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Nipravnik, K F. nHftPOAHiie TaHiya" [for or- 
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Perosi, Lorenzo. La passione di Christo, 
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Thorbtun, William Stewart. 

A guide to the history and valuation of the 
coins of Great Britain and Ireland, in 
ffold, silver and copper. 3d edition. En- 
larged by H. A. Grueber. London, 1898. 
41 pis. 2533.14 

Geography. Travels. 

Asia. Africa. Oceanica. Polar 


Ansorge, William John. 

Under the African sun. A description of 
native races in Uganda, sporting adven- 
tures and other experiences. N. Y., 1899. 
Illus. 3054.180 

Chofre y Compania, publishers. 

Carta general del archipi61ago filipino. Ma- 
nfla, 1897. = No. 10 in ^Map 106.2 

Reproduced under the direction of . . . [the] Chi^f 
signal officer, U. S. Army, 1809. 
Two copies, one of which is kept in the News- 
paper Room. 

Geographische Gesellschaft in Bremen. 

Deutsche geographische Blatter. Bd. 1-20. 
Bremen, 1837-97. Illus. Maps. ♦6276.25 
Gordon, Charles Gibrge. 

Gordon in Central Africa, 1874-1879 . . . 
From original letters and documents. Ed- 
ited by George Birkbeck Hill. [3d edition.] 
London, 189^ Portrs. Map. 3057.114 

An earlier edition, with the title "Colonel Gor- 
don in Central Africa," is on shelf-no. 3057-^ 

Kajiwara, Cho Hachiro. 

Map of Japan. Phila., 1892. Scale, 18.31 

miles to i inch. *Map 69.12 

Kinffsley, Mary H. 

West African studies. London, 1899. Portrs. 

Pis. 3056.163 

Mallat de Bassilan, J. 

Les Philippines. Histoire, geographic, 

moeurs, agn'iculture, industrie et commerce 

des colonies espagnoles dans TOc^anie. 

Paris, 1846. 2 V. 3049a. 159 

The atlas of plates is wanting. Linguistics, vol. a, 
pp. tSt-ty^ 

Miller, Conrad. 

Mappae mundi. Die altesten Weltkarten, 


herausgegeben und erlautert. Stuttgart, 

1895-1898. 6 v. Illus. Maps. 2281.12 

Proust de la Gironiere, Paul. 

Aventures d'un gentilhomme breton aux lies 

Philippines. 2e Edition. Paris, 1857. 

Illus. Map. 3040a. 183 

Richthofen, Ferdinand Paul Wilhelm Die- 

prand, Freiherr von. 

Schantung und seine Eingangspforte Kiaut- 

schou. Berlin, 1898. Pis. Maps. 3012.136 
Three large maps are in a separate case. 
Stoddard, John Lawson. 
Lectures. Discourses delivered during the 
past eighteen years. N. Y., 18^7, 98. 10 
V. Illus. Portrs. ♦2263.80 

Contents. — i. Norway. — Switzerland. — Athens. 

— Venice. 2. Constantinople. — Jerusalem. — 
Egypt. 3- Japan. — China. 4. India. — The 
Passion i;>lay. 5. Paris. — La belle France. — 
Spain. 6. Berlin. — Vienna. — St. Petersburg. 

— Moscow. 7. The Rhine. — Belgium. — Hol- 
land. — Mexico. 8. Florence. — Naples. — Rome. 
9. Scotland. — England. — London. 10. South- 
em California. — Grand Canon of the Colorado 
River. — Yellowstone National Park. 

Stone, R. H. 
In Afric's forest and jungle, or six years 
amon^ the Yorubans. N. Y. [1899.] Pis. 
[Stories of missions.] 3058.187 

Tasman, Abel Janszoon. 
Journal of his discovery of Van Diemens 
Land and New Zealand in 1642, with docu- 
ments relating to his exploration of Aus- 
tralia in 1644, being photo-lithographic fac- 
similes of the original manuscript . . . 
with an English translation. Amsterdam, 
1898. Pis. Maps. ♦Cab. 70. 10.6 


Borsari, Luigi. 
Topografia di Roma antica. Milano, 1897. 
Maps. [Manuali Hoepli.] 2739a.48 

Boucher de Crevecoeur de Perthes, Jacques. 
Voyage d Aix-Savoie, Turin, Milan; retour 
par la Suisse, en 1859. Paris, 1867. = 


Fontane, Theodor. 

Wanderungen durch die Mark Brandenburg. 

Theil 2. Das Oderland. Barnim-Lebus. 

Wohlfeile Ausgabe. Berlin, 1893. 2866.83.2 

Same. Theil 3. Havelland. Die Landschaft 

um Spandau, Potsdam, Brandenburg. 

Wohlfeile Ausgabe. 1892. 2866.83.3 

Laurencic, Julius, editor. 

Unsere Monarchic. Die osterreichischen 

Kronlander zur Zeit des fiinfzigjahrigen 

Regierungs-Jubilaums . . . Franz Joseph I. 

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The author was a political offender transported 

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Stone, James Samuel. 
Woods and dales of Derbyshire. Phila., 1898. 
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Albertis, Enrico Alberto d'. 
Crociera del Corsaro a San Salvador, la 
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4362. T90 
Includes an account of a visit to the World's fair 
at Chicago, and a study of the vessels, etc., of 



Davis, C. M., and T. Newman, compilers. 
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Pis. = 4370a. 124 

Fiske, Amos Kidder. 
The West Indies. N. Y., 1899. Pis. Maps. 
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Pitou, Louis Ange. 
Voyage i Cayenne, dans les deux Am6nques, 
et chez les antropophages. Paris, 1805. 
2 V. Pis. *4366.i79 

Robinson, Albert Gardner. 
The Porto Rico of today. N. Y., 1899. Pis. 
Maps. 4369.160 

Tonge, • Thomas. 
Denver by pen and picture. Denver, 1898. 
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Language. Rhetoric. 

Bruggencate, K. ten. 
Engelsch woordenboek. Te Groningen, 1895, 
90. C.R.63.14 

Buckley, James Monroe. 
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Through the year. Book i. September to 
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Gruber. E. H. Hugo. 
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Book auctions in England in the Seventeenth 
century (1676--1700). London, 1898. 

Leclerc, £mile. 
Nouveau manuel complet de typographic. 
Paris, 1897. lUus. [ Manuel s-Roret.] 

61 I9a.20 
Maimonides free library. District no. i. Inde- 
pendent order Benai Berith, New York. 
Catalogue of English fiction. N. Y., 1898. 
84 pp. = *6i56.io7 

Minneapolis. Public library. 
Catalogue. Section i. English prose fiction 
(including juvenile fiction). Minneapolis, 
1898. = ^2142.49 

Modem book-plates & their designers. Lon- 
don, 1898/9. 78 pp. Illus. ♦8072.46 

Morrison, Leonard Allison. 
Dedication exercises of Armstrong Imilding 
for Nesraith library, Windham, N. H. 
Boston, 1899. 34 pp. Portrs. Fls. = 

New York, city. Public library. Aster, Lenox 
and Tilden foundations. 
Report of the executive committee. [N. Y., 

1899] = *6i57^ 

Peoria, 111. Public library. 
Qassified catalcwpe, not including fiction, 
juveniles and German. Peoria, 1809. = 

Peries, Georges. 
L'index: commentaire de la constitution 
apostolique "Officioram" . . . Avec one 
pr6face de M. le chanoine Pillet Paris, 
1898. ♦2188.42 

Royal society, London. 
International catalogue of scientific litera- 
ture. Report of the committee, with sched- 
ules of classification, March, 1898. [Lon- 
don, 1898.] ♦6196.77 


Kingston, Alfred. 
Pitman's popular guide to journalism. Lon- 
don. [1899?] 6199.20 

Manuscripts. Autographs. 

Omont, Henri. 

Fac-similes de manuscrits grecs des xv^ et 
XVI* siecles reproduits en photolithogra- 
phie d'apr^s les originaux de la BiUio- 
theque nationale. Paris, 18^7. 15 pp. 
50 pp. of fac-similes. ♦6171.45 

Washington, George. 

Page of Hamilton's draft of the fau^well ad- 
dress. Fac-simile. = No. 3 in ♦♦G.38.33 

Paffe of Washington's letter to Madison, en- 
closing first draft of a proposed farewell 
address. Fac-simile. = No. i in **G.38L33 

Page 27 of his farewell address. Fac-simile. 
= No. a in ♦♦G.38.33 

The original manuscripts from whidi iht above 
facsimiles are taken are in the New Yorit Public 

General Literature. Criticism. 

Fischer, Rudolf. 
Zu den Kunstformen des mittelalterlichen 
Epos. Wien, 1898. *45S2.55-9 

Danish Literature. 

Baggesen, Jens Imraanud. 
Danske Voerker. 2. Udfl»ve. Vcd A. Bag- 
gesen. Kj^enhavn, 1845-47. la y. in 6. 

4909c IflO 

English Literature. 

Adams, Robert Chamblet 
Illustrated story of the Union. In rhyme. 
Revised by Herbert He3rwood. Boston, 
1891. Portrs. Pis. 4325-iSo 


Browning, Elizabeth Barrett 
Aurora Leigh. London, i8qo. Portr. [The 
Temple dassics.] 2507.92 

Browning, Robert 
Dramatic Ijrrics. Dramatic romances. Christ- 
mas-eve and Easter-day. [Camberwell 
edition.] Edited W Charlotte Porter and 
Helen A. Clarke. N. Y. [18^.] 4569.191 
The ring and the book. [Camberwell edi- 
tion.] Edited by Charlotte Porter and 
Helen A. Qarke. N. Y. [1898.] 2 v. 


Cary, Alice and Phoebe. 

Poetical works. Household edition. Boston, 

i8j>8. Portrs. Pis. 4407.168 

Caton, John Dean. 

Miscellanies. Boston, 1880. Portr. 2395.150 

Contents. — The close of a ludicial career. — *A 
lawyer's retrospect. — The death of Lincoln. — 
W. H. L. Wallace. — The position and policy 
of the Democratic party. — The growth of the 
law. — An American state [Illinois] and its 
architecture. — Old Chicago. — Origin of thp 
prairies. — The last of the Illinois. — American 
cerms. — The wild turkey. — Vital statistics of 
the Hawaiian islands. — The yolcanoes of the 
Hawaiian islands. — Surf bathing at Hilo, on the 
island of Hawaii — Letters from low latitudes 
[Cuba]. — The Yosemite valley. — The petrified 
forest of California. 

Church, Alfred John. 

Heroes of chivalry and romance. London, 

1898. Pis. 2577.178 

Same. N. Y., 1898. Pis. 2577.177 

College requirements in English for careful 

study, for X900, 1901, 1902. Boston. 

[1899.] 6 parts in i v. 2558.45 

Contents. — Macaulay's Essay on Milton. — 
Milton*s Paradise lost, books i-j. — Milton's 
L* Allegro, II Penseroso, and other poems. — 
ShaJcespeare's Macbeth. — Macaulay's Life and 
writings of Addison. — Burke's Conciliation with 
the ccMonies. 
Crosland, T. W. H. 

Literary parables. London, 1898. 61 pp. 

Foulke, Elizabeth. E. 

Braided straws. Boston, 1898. Illus. 

Stories and rerses for children. 
Goodwin, Hannah Elizabeth Bradbury. 

Elizabeth and the roses. A legend of Hun- 
gary. [Poem.] Boston. [18^?] 19 PP- 
= 4399a. 172 

Hancock, Albert Elmer. 

The French revolution and the English 
poets. N. Y., 1899. 4558.160 

Heam, Lafcadio. 

Exotics and retrospectives. Boston, 1898. 

Ulus. 3499124 

Howe, Mark Antony De Wolfe, jr., compiler. 

The memory of Lincoln. Poems selected. 

Boston, 1899. xvii, 65 pp. Portr. 4399a. 176 

Lloyd, Arthur. 

Kenshin's vision. A poem of Japan. Tokyo, 

1894. (i),27pp. Pis. = 3019a. 107 

Merrill, Charles Edmund, jr., compiler. 

Yale verse. N. Y., 1899. 4509a-263 

M^rnell, Alice Christiana. 
The spirit of place, and other essays. Lon- 
don, 1899. 4559a. 142 
Oates, John. 
The teaching of Tennyson. New edition. 

London, 1898- 4557-154 
Witherbee, Sidney A., editor. 

Spanish-American war songs. A complete 

collection of newspaper verse. Detroit, 


•"4391.1 14 


French Literature. 

Massy, Paul Auguste. 

Au pays des carillons. [Poemes.] Paris, 

^ 1898. 6709a.37 

Olivier, Paul, editor. 

Cent poetes, lyriques, precieux ou burlesques 

du xviie siecle. Avec, en guise de preface, 

un poeme de Jean Richepin. Pans, 1898. 

Rod, Louis £douard. 
Nouvelles Etudes sur le xixe siecle. Paris, 
1899- 4697.97 

Contents. — Alphonse Daudet. — Anatole France. 
-- Victor Hugo et nos contemporains. — fimile 
Hennequin. -- Arnold Boecklin. — Schopenhauer 
et ses correspondants. — Unc traff6die oe Suder- 
mann. — A. Fogazzaro. — L'idealism^ contem- 
porain. — Lea mceurs et la litt^rature d'informa- 

German Literature. 

Walther von der Vogelweide. 
Lieder. Ins Neudeutsche iibersetzt von W. 
Eicrenbrodt. Halle a. S., 1898. 4879.42 

Greek Literature. 

Bacchylides. A prose translation. By E. 
Poste. London, 1898. 46 pp. 2975.80 

Japanese Literature. 

Aston, William George. 
A history of Japanese literature. N. Y., 
1899. 3015^.136 

Scandinavian Literature. 

Herzfeld, Marie. 
Die skandinavische Litteratur und ihre Ten- 
denzen, nebst anderen Essays. Berlin, 
1898. 48793.38 

Drama. Shakespeare. 

Ammann, Johann Joseph, editor. 
Volksschauspiele aus dem Bohmerwalde. 
Theil I. trag, 1898. No. i in ♦2904.65.2 
Daudet, Alnhonse, and Leon Hennique. 
La menteuse. Piece tiree de la nouvelle 
par Alphonse Daudet. Illus. de Myrbach. 
Paris. ri897?] 66993.80 

Ford Paul Leicester. 
Washington and the theatre. N. Y., 1899. 
79 pp. Pis. [Dunlap society.] *4504.44 
Garborg, Arne. 
Paulus. Schauspiel. tJbersetzung aus dem 
Norwegischen von E. von Enzberg. Leip- 
zig. [1898.] 4896.50.393 

Jones, Henry Arthur. 
The case of rebellious Susan. A comedy. 
London. 1899. 4579a. 185 

Jusserand, Jean Adrien Antoine Jules. 
Shakespeare en France sous Tancien regime. 
Paris, 1898. 45993.175 

1 62 

Leon. Victor. 
Gebildete Menschen. Volksstuck. Leipzig. 
[1898.1 96 pp. 4896.50.397 

Marriott, E. 
Bacon or Shakespeare? An historical en- 
quiry. London, 1898. 46 pp. 4598.184 
Pinero, Arthur Wing. 

The benefit of the doubt A comedy. N. Y., 

18^. 6598.91 

The notorious Mrs. Ebbsmith. A drama. 

Boston, 1895. 6598.92 

Trelawny of the "Wells." A comedietta in 

four acts. N. Y., 1899. Portrs. Pis. 

Shakespeare, William. 
Works. Edited by C. H. Herford. In ten 
vols. Vol. I. [Eversley edition.] Lon- 
don, 1899. *4599-50 

Contents. — i. Love's labour's lost. — The com* 
edy of errors. — Two gentlemen of Verona. — A 
midsummer-night's dream. 

Troilus und Cressida. Tragikomodie. Nach 
der Cbersetzung von W. A. B. Hertzberg, 
bearbeitet von Ernst Freiherr von WoT- 
zogen. Leipzig. [1898.] 4^-50.597 

Sudermann^ Hermann. 
Die drei Reiherfedem. Ein dramatisches 
Gedicht. 6. Auflage. Stuttgart, 1899. 

Weyman, Stanley John, and Edward Rose. 
Die rote Eminenz. Schauspiel. Deutsch von 
E. Zabel. Leipzig. [1898.] 88 pp. 


A dramatisation of Weyman's Under the red 
robe. The scene is laid in Paris in the time of 


Botermans, Antoine Johannes. 
Die hystorie van die seven wijse mannen van 
Romen. Haarlem, 1898. = 2953.47 

S6biIlot, Paul. 
Litt^rature oraile de TAuver'me. Paris, 1898. 

♦4670a. 76 

Medicine. Hygiene. 


Boston, Mass. City hospital. 

Photograph showing the improvised exten- 
sion of hospital accommodations by tents 
and huts, of 216 beds, occupied by sick 
soldiers in the Spanish-American war, 
1898. = No. I in ♦3760.103 

Photograph showing the interiors of two 
tents for soldiers returned from Santiago, 
Spanish- American war of 1898. — 

No. 2 in ♦3760.103 
Busey, Samuel Qagett. 
Annual addresses of the oresident of the 
Medical society of the District of Colum- 
bia, 1894-98. Washington 1899. Maps. 

Cooke, Thomas, F.R.C.S. 
Tablets of anatomy and physiology. Arteries, 
veins, lymphatics. London, 1876. = 



Creighton, Charles. 
The natural history of cow-pox and YaoctJial 
syphilis. Londoii, 1887. 3798^34 

Lang, Arnold. 
Text-book of comparative anatomy. Trans- 
lated . . . by H. M. Bernard and Matilda 
Bernard. London, 1891-96. a v. Illos. 


Treats of iiiTertebratea onhr- 
Massachusetts volunteer aid association. 
Hospital S. S. Bay state. 34 photographs. 
Boston, i8g8. = *37Sa6i 

Monti, Alois. 
Das Blut und seine Erkrankungen. Berlin, 

1898. Illus. [Wiener Klmik.] *3762.8i 
Moore, Benjamin. 

Elementory physiology. N. Y., 1899. Illus. 
Diagrams. 3769.212 

New Sydenham society. 
Prize essays on leprosy. Thompson. Cant- 
lie. London, 1897. Maps. ♦5714.80 
Schweinitz, Geor^ E. de, and B. Alexander 
Randall, editors. 
An American text-book of diseases of the 
eve, ear, nose, and throat Phila., 1899. 
Illus. ♦3^^1.10 


Citizens' union, New York dty. 
Qean streets. N. Y., 1897. 16 pp. PI. Plans. 

Public baths and lavatories. N. Y., 18^. 

Oil) pp. Illus. = ♦5579.153.1 

Small parks and recreation piers for the 

people. N. Y., 1897. 7, (O PP. lUus. = 

^ „ ,. *5579. 153.6 

Genzmer, Felix. 

Bade- und Schwimm-Anstalten. Stuttgart, 

1899. Plans. [Handbuch der Architektur.] 

*8o92,52.5, part 3 

Mernman, Mansfield. 

Elements of sanitary engineering. N. Y., 

1898. Illus. 4013.86 

Thompson, Sir Henry, F.R.C.S. 1820- 

Food and feeding. loth edition. London, 

1898. PI. 576R116 


American society of naturalists. 
Records. Vol. i, 2, part 2. Boston [etc], 
1884-97. = ♦3821.15 

Until 1886, this society was called Society of natu- 
ralists of the eastern United Stittea. 
Cajori, Florian. 
A history of physics in its dementary 
branches, including the evolution of phy- 
sical laboratories. N. Y., 18^ Illus. 

Conant, Gilbert 

New England feathered songsters. Salem, 

1^79- 3905.83 

Lissler, Manuel. 

The cyanide process for the extraction of 
gold. 2d edition. London, 1^8. Illus. 

' 3867.113 


Gentry, Thomas G. 
Life and immortality; or, soul in plants and 
animals. Phila., 1897. Illus. 5S22.86 

Tnis book consists largely of popular essays on 
natnnl history. 
Kentucky. Geological survey. J. R. Proctor, 
Life of the birds of Nelson county. By C. 
W. Beckham. Frankfort [1885.] 50 pp. 
= 3900.JO 

Kirby, William Forsell. 
Marvels of ant life. London, 1898. Illus. 

3899.92 . 
Macdonald, Donald, of Melbourne. 
Gum boui^hs and wattle bloom, gathered on 
Australian hills and plains. London. [1887.] 

= 3045.31 

Sketches of natnre and life in Australia. 
Marshall, Dr. William, professor of zoology in 
Spaziergang^e eines Naturforschers. 3. Auf- 
laee. Leipzig, 1898. Illus. 3816. no 

MicheTet, Jules. 
L'oiseau. [Avecl £tude par F. Coppee. 
Paris, 18^ 3909.35 

Peters, Carl. 
King Solomon's golden Ophir. A research 
into the most ancient gold production in 
histonr. London, 1899. Portr. 7869.85 
Pierson, Clara Dillingham. 
Among the forest people. N. Y., 1898. Illus. 


Stories of woodland life for children. 
Prahn, Hermann. 

Pflanzennamen. Erklarung der botanischen 

und deutschen Namen der in Deutschland 

wildwachsenden und angebauten Pflanzen. 

Buckow, 1897. 3859a. 121 

Rafinesque-Schmaltz, Constantine Samuel. 

Ichthyologia Ohiensis, or natural history of 

the fishes inhabiting the river Ohio and its 

tributary streams. A verbatim et literatim 

leprint of the original, with the life, work, 

and the ichthyologic bibliofrraphv of Rafin- 

esque, by R. E. Call. Qeveland, 1899. 

Portr. 5902.83 

Rogers, William Augustus. 

The microscope as a factor in a study of the 
behavior of metals under variations of 
temperature. [188^.] = ;^5.i8 

Sabine^ Wallace Clement. 

A student's manual of a laboratory course in 
physical measurements. Boston, 1898. 
Illus. 5963-106 

Wir6n, Axel. 

Beitrage zur Anatomic und Histologic der 

limivoren Anneliden. Stockholm, 1887. 

52 pp. Pis. = 5880.18 

Wisconsm. Geological and natural history 


Bulletin. Scientific series. No. i. Madison, 

T8g8. Pis. = ♦s82oa.2i 

Anthropology. Ethnology. 

Andree, Richard, editor. 
Beitrage zur Anthropologic Braunschweigs. 
Braunschweiff, 1898. Illus. 2832.9 

A collection of articles by different authors. 

Hauffen, Adolf. 
Einfuhnmg in die deutsch-bohmische Volks- 
kunde nebst ciner Bibliographic. Prag, 
i8q6. No. I in ♦2904.65.1 


Laube, Gustav Carl. 

Volicsthumliche Uberlieferungen aus Teplitz 

tmd Umgebung. Prag, 1896. ♦2904.65^1 

Lippert, Julius. 

Das alte Mittelgebirgshaus in Bohmen und 

sein Bautypus. Prag, 1898. 24 pp. Pis. 

No. 3 in ♦2904.65.1 
Owen, Luella Agnes. 
Cave regions of the Ozarks and Black Hills. 
Cincinnati, 1898. Pis. Maps. 4469.175 

Mathematics. Astronomy. Navigation. 


Andre, Charles Louis Frangois. 
Traite d'astronomie stellaire. Partie i : 
fitoiles simples. Paris, 1899. Maps. 
Diagrams. ♦♦£. 5 147.22 

Appell, Paul fimile. 
Elements d'analyse mathematique a Tusa^e 
des ingenieurs et des physiciens. Pans, 
1898. Diagrams. ♦♦E.5125.19 

Qerke, Agnes Mary. 
The concise knowledge of astronomy. Lon- 
don, 1808. Illus. 3924.11 1 
Martin, William Robert. 
A treatise on naviizration and nautical as- 
tronomy. 3d edition. London, 1899. Pis. 
Maps. 3922.137 
Nijlandx Albert Antonie. 
Uitmeting van den sterrenhoop G. C. 4410, 
zoowel door rechtstreeksche waarneming, 
als op fotografische platen. Utrecht. 

[1897. 1 = 5921.65 

Reye, Theodor. 

Lectures on the geometry of position. Trans- 
lated by T. F. Holgate. Part i. N. Y., 

^^^- 3932.75 

The original German is on 5922.68. 

Philosophy. Education. 



B^ze, Francisco P. de. 
La enseiianza primaria y sus metodos. Cor- 
doba, 1877. 46 pp. = 3592.157 
Roussel, Alfred. 
Cosmologie hindoue d'apres le Bhagavata 
purana. Paris, 1898. 3498.45 
Schmid, Carl Adolf, editor. 
Geschichte der Erziehung. Fortgefiihrt von 
Georg Schmid. Bd. 1-3. Stuttgart, 1884- 
92. 5 parts in 3 v. 3591- 1 16 
Siebert. Otto, 
Geschichte der neueren deutschen Philosophie 
seit Hegel. Gottingen, 1898. 3606.144 


Chamberlain, Joshua Lawrence, and others, 
Universities and their sons. History, influ- 
ence and character of American univer- 
sities, with biographical sketches of alumni. 
Introduction by W. T. Harris. Vol. i. 
Boston, 1898. Illus. Portrs. ♦4490.114 


Citizens* union, New York city. 

More and better public schools. N. Y., 1897. 
15. (i) pp. I"us. = ♦5579.153.3 

Ladd, George Trumbull. 

Essays on the high^ education. N. Y., 1890. 

Morris. R. Anna. 
Washington, Lincoln, and the 'American flag. 
Patriotic birthday exercises for schools 
and clubs. Qeveland. [1899.] 85 pp. 
lUus. Portrs. 2549.82 

Thompson, Alexander Hamilton. 
Cambridge and its coUeges. London, 1898. 
Pis. Map. 2499a. 120 

Tweedie, Ethel B., editor. 
The first college open to women. Queen's 
college, London. Memories and records of 
work done, 1848-1898. London. [1898.] 
= 5583.60 


Mackenzie, John Stuart. 
A manual of ethics. 3d edition. London, 

1897. 3587.156 

Salter, William Mackintire. 
An ethical view of life. Phila., 1894. 20 pp. 
= *3586:96 

Religion. Theology. 

American Moslem, The. Organ of the first 

society for the study of Islam in America. 

Vol. I, no. I, 2. [lulited] by J. A. Lant. 

Tarryton, 189^. Illus. = ♦7350.10 

Auj^ustinus, Aurehus, St. 
Confessions. Edited by Arthur Symons. 

London. [1899.] [The Scott library.] 

5509a. 53 
The translation used is Pusey's. 

Briggs, Charles Au^stus. 
General introduction to the study of Holy 
Scripture. N. Y., 1899. 3422.140 

Bruce, Alexander Balmain. 
The Epistle to the Hebrews; the first apo- 
loory for Christianity. An exegetical study. 
N. Y., 1899. 3422.145 

Bunvan, John. 
The pilgrim's progress from this world to 
that which is to come. With designs by 
G. W., R, and L. Rhead. N. Y., 1898. 
Illus. Portr. ♦5501.64 

Gray, Andrew. 
The Church of England and Henry viii. 3d 
edition. N. Y., 1899. 58 pp. = 5529a.30 
Kinloch, Marjory Georgina Jane. 
Studies in Scottish ecclesiastical history in 
the seventeenth and eiprhteenth centuries. 
London. 1898. 3549a. 125 

Newbolt. William Charles Edmund. 
Religion. London, 1899. [Oxford library of 
nractical theology.] 3489.125 

Ojea, Hernando. 
Libro tercero de la historia religiosa de la 
Prouincia de Mexico, de la orden de Sto. 
Domingo. Mexico, 1897. 57 pp. = 



Ollivier, Marie Joseph Hcnnr. 
Le pape Alexandre vi. et fes Borgia. Partie 
I. Paris, 1870. Portr. 3516.75 

No more was published. 
Orr, James. 
Neglected factors in the study of the early 
progress of Christianity. N. Y., 1899. 
[Morgan lectures.] 3521. no 

Quincy, Mass. First Congregational church. 
The "Ghappel of ease" and Church of states- 
men. Commemorative services at the com- 
pletion of 250 years. [Edited by D. M. 
Wilson.] [Quincy.] 1890. Illus, Portrs. 

Ramsay, William Mitchell. 
Was Christ bom at Bethlehem? A study on 
the credibility of St Luke. N. Y., 1898. 

Thomas i Kempis. 
Variantes du livre De imitatione Christi. 
[Par] Mgr. P. K Puyol. Paris, 18^ 

Trine, Ralph Waldo. 
The greatest thing ever known. N. Y. 
[1898.J 55 pp. 3447.145 

Wobbermin, Geor^. 
Altchristliche liturgische Stucke aus der 
Kirche Aegyptens nebst einem dogmati- 
schen Brief des Bischofs Serapion von 
Thmuis. [Und] Zur Uberlieferung des 
Philostorgios von Ludwig Jeep. Leipzig, 
1899. 71 pp. [Gebhardt and fiamadk.] 

*3504.50.i7. part 3b 

Law. Legislation. 

American Bell telephone company. 
United States circuit court District of New 
Jersey. American Bell telephone company, 
vs. the Overland telephone company of 
New Jersey, et al. Brief for complainants 
on motion for preliminarv injunction . . . 
Framingham, 1884. = 7693.9 

Browne, George. 
A treatise on the principles and practice of 
the court for divorce & matrimonial causes. 
4th edition. London, i88a = P.53.119 

Dreyfus, Alfred. 
La revision du proems Dreyfus i la Cour de 
cassation. Compte-rendu st^ographique 
"in extenso," 27-29 oct. 1898. Paris, i^ 


Engel, Antonie. 

Naajmlooze vennootschappen. Beschouwing 

over eenige buitenlandsche wetgevingen in 

verband met de nederlandsdhe. Leiden, 

1898. = 3626.40 

Fennema, Enno. 

Het vermogensrecht bij latere huwelijken 

met het oog op de regeling daarvan in het 

ontwerp der staats-commissie tot herzie- 

ning van het burgerlijk wetboek. Leiden, 

1897. = 3^.12 

Flowers, Hiland. 

An epitome of the laws of 18^, of the coun- 
ty and city of New York, relating to 
jurors. N. Y. [1898.] i*^ pp. = 3626.19 

Hess, JcaxL 

A I'Ue du Diable. Enquete d'un r^rter 
aux lies du Salut et i Cayenne. Paris. 
[iSga] nius. Portr. 26i9a.95 

On the Dmftts tdhir, 

MaiTiiy Marie Paul Constantin. 
•Histoire populaire de Taffaire Dreyfus. 
Paris, lidS. 26ipa.97 

Phillimore, William Phillimore Watts, editor. 
Edwardus Rex, 1207. Victoria Regina, 1897- 
Pladta coram domino Rege apud West- 
monasterium de termino Sancta Trinitatis 
anno regni Regis Edwardi filii Regis Hen- 
rici Vicesimo quinto. The pleas of the 
Court of King's bench, Trinity term, 25 
Edward i, 1207. With index by K A. Fry. 
London, 189& [British record society.] 

Zijst, Wouter Adriaan van. 

De nationaliteit van schepen beschouwd uit 
een intemationaalrechtelijk oogpunt. Am- 
ersfoort, 1897. 5613.16 

Useful and Industrial 


Qay, Arthur Joseph. 
A manual ot linear shorthand. Part i. Cor- 
responding style. London, 1898. ♦6149.111 
Dwight, Henrietta Latham. 
The golden age cook book. N. Y.. 1808. 


Recipes for those wishing to follow a vegetable 

Ga^s, Jacques Uon. 
Traite de metallurgie du fer. Paris, 1898. 
2 V. nius. 7862.45 

Gomel, Charles. 
Les grandes compagnies de cherains de fer 
francs en 1897. Paris, 1898. 42 pp. = 

Industrialist, The. Issued bv the Kansas state 
agricultural college. Vol. 24, no. 8, 9. 
Manhattan, Kan., 18^ Ulus. ^5O90a.20 
Journal t^legraphique. Public par le Bureau 
international des administrations t616gra- 
phiques. Vol. 23, no. i. Berne, 1899. = 

Kramers, Joannes Coenrardus Hubertus. 
De dectrische geleidbaarheid van kaliumni- 
traat Leiden, 1897. = 3965.168 

Marquis, Raoul. 
Gas and petroleum engines. Translated and 
adaptea from the French of Henry de Graf- 
figny [pseud.] and edited by A G. Elliott. 
London, 1898. Illus. 4019a. 172 

Master car-builders' association. 
The car-builder's dictionary. An illustrated 
vocabulary of terms which designate 
American railroad cars. N. Y., iS^. Pis. 

Sdinabd, Carl. 
Handbook of metallurgy. Translated by 
Henry Louis. London, 1898. 2 v. Illus. 

Tmscott, Samuel J. 

The Witwatersrand goldfields banket & min- 
ing practice. London, 1898. Illus. Map. 
Tabfca. 7862.47 


Military and Naval Art, Science, 
and History. 

Gloucester^ U. S. gunboat. 
Loj|[ of the Gloucester, commanded by Lt- 
Commander Richard Wainwright, during 
the late war with Spain. Annapolis, 1899. 
Illus. Portrs. 4420a. 1 1 1 

Griffiths, /^hur George Frederick. 
Wellington & Waterloo. With an introduc- 
tion by Field-Marshal Viscount Wolseley. 
London, 1898. Illus. Portrs. [The "Navy 
and army illustrated" library. Stories of 
our national heroes.] '*^52i.40 

Jane, Frederick T. 
The torpedo in peace and war. London, 1898. 
Pis. 3950a. 122 

Martin, Sir Thomas Byam. 
Letters and papers of Admiral of the fleet 
Sir Thos. Byam Martin, G. C. B. Edited 
by Sir R. V. Hamilton. Vol. 2. [London.] 
i8q8. Portr. [Navy records society.] 

2502. 1 17. 12 

Amusements. Games. 


Church sociables and entertainments. Phila. 
[1898.] Pis. 8oo9a.33 

Emerson, Charles Wesley. 
Physical culture. 7th edition. Boston. 
[1898?! Portr. Pis. 3592.158 

Groos, Carl. 
Die Spiele der Menschen. Jena, 1899. 

Potocki, J6zef. 

Notatki mysliwskie z Afryki. Somali. 
Warszawa, 1897. Illus. Portr. Map. 

Potter, Isaac B. 
Cycle paths. Boston, 1898. 80 pp. Illus. 
[L. A. W. Good roads library.] 23703.117 


In English. 

Barr, Amelia Edith. 
I, thou, and the other one. N. Y., 1898. Pis. 

England, 1830-^, passage of the Reform bill. 

Carryl, Charles Edward. 

The river syndicate and other stories. N. Y., 

1899. Pis. 68.14 

Crockett, Samuel Rutherford. 

The Black Douglas. N. Y., 1899. Pis. 57.15 

Dougall, Lily. 

The Mormon prophet. [Joseph Smith.] 

N. Y., 1899. 68.23 

Dovle, Arthur Conan. 

A duet. With an occasional chorus. N. Y., 

1899. 57.18 

Doyle, Charles W. 

The taming of the jungle. Phila., 1899. 68.24 



Elliott. Sarah Barnwell. 

An incident and other happenings. N. Y., 
1^99. 68.18 

Findlater, Jane Helen. 

The green graves of Balgowrie. N. Y., 1896. 

Fish, Williston. 

Short rations. N. Y., 1899. Pis. 68.11 

Fowler, Eilen Thomeycroft. 

Concerning Isabel Carnaby. N. Y., 1898. 

Fraser, Mrs. C. F. 

Master Sunshine. N. Y. [1898.] 77-135 

Gaunt^ Mary. 

Deadman's. N. Y., 1899. 57-19 

Hector, Annie French. (Mrs. Alexander.) 

Brown, V. C. N. Y., 1899. 57." 

Jokai, Mor. 
A Hungarian nabob. Translated by R. Nis- 
bet Bain. N. Y., 1899. 1026.12 

King, Charles. 

A trooper Galahad. Phila., 1899. 68.17 

Lagerlof, Selma. 

The miracles of Antichrist. Translated from 

the Swedish by Pauline B. Flach. Boston, 

1899. 1027.16 

Mason, Caroline Atwater. 

A wind flower. Phila., 1899. 68.12 

Parker, Horatio Gilbert. 

The hill of pains. Boston. [1899.] 68.21 
Peattie, Elia Wilkinson. 
Ickerv Ann and other girls and boys. Chi- 
cago, 1899. 77.134 
Ray, Anna Chapin. 

Each life unfulfilled. Boston, 1899. 68.22 
Robertson, Harrison. 
"If I were a man." The story of a new 
Southerner. N. Y., 1899. 68.16 

Rod, Louis £douard. 
Pastor Naudie's young wife. Translated by 
Bradley Gilman. Boston, 1899. 1069.30 
Stratemeyer, Edward. 
Fighting in Cuban waters : or, under Schley 
on the Brooklyn. Boston, 1899. Pis. 'J'j.i'^ 
Under Dewey at Manila: or, the war for- 
tunes of a castaway. Boston, 1898. Pis. 


A young volunteer in Cuba : or, fighting for 

the single star. Boston, 1898. 77- 131 

Tincker, Mary Agnes. 

Autumns leaves. Verse and story. N. Y., 

1809. 68.20 

Townshend, Richard Baxter. 

Lone Pine : the story of a lost mine. N. Y., 
1899. 57.20 

Vachell. Horace Annesley. 

The procession of life. N. Y., 1899. 68.15 
Watanna, Onoto. 
Miss Nume of Japan. A Japanese-American 
romance. Chicago, 1899. Pis. 68.26 

Wharton, Edith. 

The greater inclination. N. Y.. 1899. 68.19 
Wildman, Rounseville. 
Tales of the Malayan coast from Penang to 
the Philippines. Boston. [1899.] 68.25 

In French. 

Conscience, Hendrik. 
Les bourjreois de Darlingen. 
Coveliers. Nouvelle edition. 


Paris, 1888. 


Le gentilhomme pauvre. Nouvelle edition. 
Paris, 1893. 6899.106 

Feuillet, Octave. 

Le roman d'un jeune homme pauvre. I74e 
Edition. Paris, 1898. 4676.87 

Maquet, Auguste. 

La belle Gabrielle. Nouvelle edition. Paris, 

1896. 3 V. = 2679.48 

A continuation of La Dame de Monsoreau by 
Dumaa and Maquet. 

Verne, Jules. 
Cinq semaines en ballon. Voyages et decou- 
vertes en Afrique par trois Anglais. 67e 
Edition. Paris. [1898?] Illus. 4677.49 

In German. 

Buelau, Friedrich. 
Geheime Geschichten und ratselhafte 
Menschen. Sammlung verborgener oder 
vergessener Merkwiirdigkeiten. 7. Band- 
chen. Leipzig. [1898.] 8q, (i) pp. 

Contents. — Die Prinzesain Orsini. — Die Ceila- 
mareverschwoning: Alberoni und Ripperda. — 
Ferdinand vi. una Karl xxi., Konige von Spanien. 

Brachvogel, Albert Emil. 
Schubart und seine Zeitgenossen. Histo- 
rischer Roman. 2te Auflagc. Jena. [1883.] 

Fontane, Theodor. 
Cecile. Neue Ausgabe. Berlin. 1892. 

Effi Briest. 7. Auflage. Berlin, 1899. 


Ellemklipp. Nach einem Harzer Kirchen- 

buch. Berlin, 1881. 6897.171 

Frau Jenny Treibel, oder, »Wo sich Herz 

zum Herzen find't." 5te Auflage. Berlin, 

185^. 6897.166 

Grete Minde. Nach einer altmarkischen 

Chronik. 2te Auflage. Berlin, 1888. 


Irrungen Wirrungen. Berliner Roman. 5. 

Auflage. Berlin, 1898. 6897.163 

Die Poggenpuhls. 4. Auflaee. Berlin, 1897. 

Quitt. Roman. Berlin, i8qi. 6897.162 

Schach von Wuthenow Erzahltmg aus der 
Zeit des Regiments Gensdarmes. 3. Auf- 
lage. Berlin, 1894. 6897.170 
Stine. 3. Auflage. Berlin 1891. 6897.167 
Unterm Birnbaum. Berlin, 1885. 6897.160 
Unwiederbringlich. 3. Auflage. Berlin, 1898. 

Frederich, Bertha Heyn. (Golo Raimtmd.) 
Verwaist. Roman. 4te Auflage. Berlin. 
[1892.1 6896.103 

Koeni^, Heinrich Joseph. 
Marianne, oder, um Liebe leiden. Frankfurt 
am M., 1858. = 4S49a.44 

Meissner, Alfred. 
Schwarzgelb. Leipzig, 1871. 4 v. in 2. 


The scene is laid in Austria, in 1850. 

Schnitzler, Arthur. 
Die Frau des Wei sen. Novelletten. 2. Auf- 
lage. Berlin, 1898. 6897.129 
Wichert, Ernst Alexander August George, 
Ein Komodiant. Erzahlung. Leipzig. [1898.] 
86 pp. 48?j6.5a394 


In Danish. 

Goldschmidt, Meir Aaron. 
Hjeml^s. Fortaelling. Kj^^nhavn. [1857.] 
3 V. 4909c. 121 

In Spanish. 

Palacio Valdes, Armando. 
Riverita. Novela de costumbres. 
1886. 2 V. 

In Swedish. 


Lcvertin, Oscar. 

Fr&n Gustaf iii:s dagar. 
Stockholm. [1897.] 

Andra upplagan. 
4909b. 1 19 

Strandberfc Hilma Angered-. 
Den nya varlden. Roman. 




Periodicals. Annuals. 

Encyclopedic chimique publiee sous la direction 
de M. Fremy. Table alphabetique des 
matieres, par M. Chastaing. Paris, 1899. 

Library journal. 
General index. Vol. 1-22. N. Y., 1898. 

New Brunswick magazine. Vol. i, no. 1-6. 

St. John, 1898. ♦7396.20 

Our lady of the sunshine. Morang*s illus- 
trated summer annual. Toronto, 1898. 




Social Science. 

Political Economy. 

Banque de France. 
Compte rendu au nom du conseil g6n^ral de 
la oanque et rapport de MM. les censeurs. 
Assembl6e g6n6rale des actionnaires, 29 
Janvier, 1899. Paris, 1899. 9332. 1044 

Boehm, Otto. 
Die Kornhauser. Eine Studie iiber die 
Organisation des Getreideverkaufes in 
Amerika, Indien und Russland, sowie in 
einigen deutschen Staaten. Stuttgart, 
i8go. [Muenchener VolkswirtschaftRche 
Studien.] 365584 

Blondel. Louis. 
La definition nominale et r^elle du b6n^fice. 
Arras, 18^. = 9330.4-2 

Cossa, Eniilio. 
Del consumo delle ricchezze. Bologna^ 1898. 

Contents. — i. Letteratura economica dei feno- 
meni del consumo. 
Croker, Edward T. O'B. 
Retrospective lessons on railway strikes. 
United Kingdom. London, 1856. Portr. 
Pis. 5566.67 

Currie, Charles Earl. 
Rej^ort on the commercial possibilities of 
Cuba and Porto Rico . . . Compiled for 
the Louisville Board of trade. Louisville, 

1899. = ^5655.74 

Ford, Thomas J., and John J. Garnett, pub- 
"A dollar worth a dollar." A collection of 
articles and speeches on sound money by 
T. G. Carlisle, J. Patterson, and others. 
N. Y. 1 1895.] = 5649.153 

Hallock, James Collins. 

Proposed plan for the clearing of country 

cheeky in New England. [Boston, 1898.] 

4 pp. = No. 2 in ♦9332. i-i 

Jackson, Charles Cabot. 

Has gold appreciated? N. Y., 1895. 31 pp. 

, = 3643.138 

Johnson, Emory R, 

Industrial services of the railways. Phila. 
[1895.1 20 pp. 3654.88 

Laycock, Frederick Uttley. 

Good trade and a living wage. London, 

1896. 5649.151 

Peek, Johannes Hendrikus. 
Toepassing der waarschijnlijkheids-rekening 
of levensverzekering en sterfte-statistiek. 
[Utrecht.] 1898. = 7760.10 

Pitman, Sir Isaac, and sons, publishers. 
Commercial geography of the United King- 
dom of Great Britam and Ireland. [Book 
I.] London. [1898?] Pis. Maps. 

Raffalovich, ^Arthur. 
L'^tat et les renseignements commerciaux. 
Paris, 1899. = 9380.07 

Sarraut, Maurice. 
L'impot pro^essif sur le revcnu. Une en- 
quete en Suisse. Toulouse, 1898. = 

Say, Jean Baptiste L6on. 
Les finances de la France sous la Troisieme 
r^publique. Tome premier. Paris, 1898. 

Chart 9944-C^ 

Contents. — L' Assemble nationale. — Grands 

emprunts de la guerre. — Impdta nouveaux. 

Sdigman, Edwin Robert Anderson. 

The shifting and incidence of taxation. 2d 
edition. N. Y., 1899. 5643.114 

Smalley, Eugene Virgil. 

The money question of today. Chicago, 1898. 

_ ,32 Pp. = 5649.139 

Tuck, Henry. 

The railway shareholder's manual. 7th edi- 
tion. London, 1846. 5649.157 
Viti de Marco, A. de. 
Saggi di economia e finanza. Roma, 1898. = 


Contents. — I. Le teorie economiche di Antonio 
Serra. 9. Contributo alUt teoria del prestito pub- 
blico. 3. Bntrate patrixnoniali e demanio. 

Wolff, Emil. 
Grundriss der preussisch-deutschen socialpo- 
litischen tmd Volkswirtschafts-Gesdiicnte 
vom Ende des dreissigjahrigen Krieges bis 
zur Gegenwart (1640-1898.) Berlin, 
1899. 5567.33 

Political Science. 

Guthrie, William D. 
Lectures on the fourteenth article of amend- 
ment to the Constitution of the United 
States. Boston, 1898. 43203.199 

Lowell, Abbott Lawrence. 
Governments and parties in continental Eu- 
rope. Boston, 1897. 2 V. 2303.66 
Die Verfassungsurkunde fiir den prenssischen 
Staat, vom 31. Januar 1850. Textausgabe 
mit Anmerkungen und Sachregister. Her- 
ausgegeben von K. Pannier. Leipzig. 

[1898.1 4896.sa393 

Reid, Andrew, editor. 
The House of Lords question. With contri- 
butions from Lord Monlcswdl, Philip 


Stanhope, Robert Wallace . . . London, 
1898. 251970 

Riley, Jerome R, 
The philosophy of negro suffrage. Wash- 
ington, 1897. Portrs. 7587- 151 
Schmoele, Josef. 
Die sozialdemokratischen Gewerkschaften in 
Deutschland seit dem Erlasse des Sozial- 
isten-Gesetzes. Teil 2, Abt i. Jena, 1898. 

Ulrich, Franz. 

Les chemins de fer d'6tat, les voies navi- 
gables d'etat, et la politique 6conomique 
de TAllemagne. Introduction par Henry 
Haguet. Paris, 1898. = 9385-943 


Ashton, John. 
The history of gambling in England. Lon- 
don, 1898. *5574-iS2 
Association protestante pour T^tude pratique 
des questions sociales. 
Travaux du Congr^s de Montauban. 6e as- 
semble g6n6r23e. Novembre, 1894. Paris, 

1895. = * 5567.35 

Ballou, Adin. 
History of the Hopedale community . . . Wil- 
liam S. Heswood, editor. Lowell, 1897. 
Portr. = 5564.47 

Brooks, John Graham. • 

The consumers' league. r3^ enlarged edi- 
tion.] [Cambridgeport, 1099.] 33f (i) PP- 

Brown, Mary Willcox. 
The development of thrift N. Y., 1899. 

Qtizens union, New York city. 

New York's tenement houses. 2d edition. 
N. Y., 1897. 8 pp. Illus. *5579. 153-4 

The city's poor. How machine government 
failed in the public institutions on Black- 
well's island and elsewhere. 2d edition. 
N. Y., 1897. 15, (i) pp. Dlus. = 

^ . *5579. 153.5 

Herron, George Davis. 

Between Caesar and Jesus. N. Y. [1899.I 

International cooperative alliance. 
Statistics of co-operative societies in various 
countries. London, 1898. Tables. "^5561.40 

The text in parallel coltunns is in English, French 
and German. 

King. George. 

Old ^e pensions. Glasgow, 1899. = 9362.6 
Lake Mohonk. 

Conference of friends of the Indians. Pro- 
ceedings of the l6th annual meeting. 1898. 

Passy, Fr6d6ric 
Les armements de I'avenir. 1895. 
L'avenir de I'Europe. 1895. 
Contribution au centenaire du comte Sclopis. 

L'^ducation nationale. 1899. 

Guerres et congres, ou le sodalisme interna- 
tional. 1859. 

Lettre ouverte i M. le directeur du Monde 
^conomique, 1899. 

La question de la paix, 1894. 

L'titopie de la paix, 1897. 



Rawlinson, Sir Robert. 

Public works in Lancashire for the relief of 

distress among the unemployed factory 

hands, 1863-66. London, 1898. 5566.65 

Reich, Emil. 

Die biirgerliche Kunst und die besitzlosen 

Volksklassen. 2. Auflage. Leipzig. [1894.] 

Richmond, Mary £. 
Friendly visiting among the poor. N. Y., 

^ . i^- = , , , 5579.155 

Saint-Ferreol, Amedee. 

La reforme agraire & ouvri^re en action. 

Paris, 1898. 9335.01 

A large part of this work is devoted to a con- 
sideration of collectivism. 

Schirmacher, Kaethe. 
Le feminisme aux fitats-Unis, en France, 
dans la Grande-Bretagne, en Suede et en 
Russie. Paris, 1898. (3), 73 pp. 5589. I59 
Supino, Camillo. 
La domanda di lavoro e i disoccupati. To- 
rino, 1899. = 9331.9 
Trueblood, Benjamin Franklin. 
The federation of the world. Boston, 1899. 


Public Documents. 

United States. 

Agriculture, Department of. 
Agrostology Division. 
Smith, Jared C. 
Grazing problems in the southwest and 
how to meet them. 1899. ♦7996.67.16 
Chemistry Division. 
Wiley, Harvey W. 
Experiments with sugar beets in 1897. 

1899. ♦5991.72.52 

Entomology Division. 
Osborn, Herbert. 
The Hessian fly in the United States. 
Washington, 1898. Illus. Map. = 

♦5892.52, N.S. 16 
E3cperiment' Stations Office. 
Experiment station work 9, Farmers* bul- 
letin, 92. *7995.40.92 
Bevier, Isabel. 
Nutrition investigations in Pittsburg, 
Pa., 1894-1896. Washington, 1898. 48 

pp. = *5993.70,52 

Goss, Arthur. 
Nutrition investigations in New Mexico 
in 1897. Washington, 1898. PI. = 

Mead, Elwood. 

Abstract of laws for acquiring titles to 
water from Missouri River and its tribu- 
taries, with legal forms in use. 1899. 


Wait, Charles E. 
Nutrition investigations at the Univer- 
sity of Tennessee in 1896 and 1897. 
Washington, 1898. Illus. = ♦5993.70.53 
Publications Division. 

Thompson, George Fayette. 

Synoptical index of the reports of the 
statistician, 1863 to 1894. Washington, 
1897. = *9630.973-2 


Interior Department 

Decisions of Department and General Land 
Office relating to public lands, June-Dec, 
1898. 1890. ♦5675.4.27 

Education, Bureau of. 
Reoort of the commissioner, 1897. 2 v. 

State Department. 
Soap trade in foreign countries. Screws, 
nuts, and bolts in foreign countries. Ar- 
p^ols in Europe. Rabbits and rabbit furs 
m Europe. Cultivation of ramie in for- 
eign cotmtries. Washington, 1898. = 

American lumber in foreign markets. Wash- 
ington, 1897. = ♦7643.22.11 
Vagrancy and public charities in foreign 
countries. Reports from the consuls of 
the United States. Washington, 1893. = 

Treasury Department. 
Coast and Geodetic Survey. 
Moser, J. F. 
Hydrographic notes and sailing direc- 
tions relating to Alaska from Dixon En- 
trance to Yakutat Bay, 1899. 
Internal Revenue Office. 
Compilation of decisions by commissioner, 
under war-revenue act of June 13, 1898. 
Life Saving Service. 
Annual report, 1898. ^5956.52 

War Department. 
Adjutant General. 
Anderson, George L. 
Electricity and its application in artillery 
practice. 1899. 
A reprint of the 1893 edition. 
Ingalls, James R. 
Supplement to artillery circular F. 
(Ballistics.) 1899. 

A reprint of the 1893 edition. 

Walke, Willoughby. 
Gunpowder and high exnlosives. 1899. 

A reprint of the 1893 edition. 

Military notes on Cuba. [2d edition.] 

November, 1898. ♦9917.291 

Medical Department. 

Manual, 1809. 
Regulations for army, 1895; with appendix 

to Jan. I, 1899. 

Separate States. 

Alabama. Railroad commissioners. 
•Annual report, 6th-8th, ioth-i8th, 1886-98. 
Montgomery, 1887-98. 12 v. = ♦9385.9761 
San Francisco. 
Message of the Mayor to the Board of 
supervisors of the city and county of San 
Francisco. [San Francisco.] 1899. = 

Kentucky. Railroad commissioners. 
Annual report. Louisville, 1887-99. = 


Boston. School committee. 

Annual renort on the Horace Mann school. 

Boston, 1898. = ♦6348.28 


New York. 
State institution for feeble-minded children, 
Annual rq>ort of the managers. [48th, 1898. 
Supplemental. Includes Report on anthro- 
pological work in the institution by Dr. 
Ales Hrdlicka.] [N. Y.?l 1898. PI. 

Railroad Commissioners, Board ol 

Sixteenth annual report, i8{^ N. Y., 

1899. 2 V. Maps. 93859747 


Secundo censo de la R^publica Argentina 

1895. Tomo II. PoblacioxL Buenos Aires, 
18^. = 9318.2 

New Zealand. Registrar General. 
New Zealand official year book. 1898. 
Wellington, 1898. *5046.S9.i898 

Qiemins de fer, postes, tdegraphes, tele- 
phones, et marine. Comte rendu, 1895, 

1896, 1897. = 9385.9493 

Worthin^on, T. c 

Conditions and prospects of British trade 
in Brazil. 9382.81 

British India. 

Report of the Indian famine commission, 
1898. London [Simla], 1898. 9351.84 

Appendices : 

III. Bombay Presidency. 93Si.^3 

IV. Central Provinces and Berar. 9351.^4^ 
VI. Punjab. 935i>S4-^ 


Criminal statistics for the year ended 30th 
September 1897. Ottawa, i8g8. = 93^971- 

Trade and Commerce. 
Report for the . . . month . . . [Oct., 1897]- 
Dec, 1898. Ottawa, 18(^-09. = *9382.7i-2 

The Annual reports are on *9^;a.7i-3. 

Quebec. Board of Health. 
Annual report [ist]-3d, for the year ending 
June 30, 1895-97. Quebec, 1895-97. = 


Statistike Meddelelser. 4th series, vol. 4. 
K^benhavn, 1899. 9314.89 

Contains statistics on crops, prices of srain, for- 
eign trade, savings banks, and producttoo of ex- 
cised articles. 


Dispatches respecting the conduct of the 
British and Egyptian troops after the battle 
of Omdurman. London, 1899. 9399.6^ 

Report of her majesty's agent and consul- 
general [Lord Cromer] on the finances, 
administration, and condition of Egypt, and 
the Soudan in 1898. London, 1899. 9962.-1 

Moss & CO. 
Egyptian statistical tableau, 1896 and 1897. 
Alexandria. = 9338.062 


Ministere des affaires 6trang^res. 
Declaration additionnelle du 21 mars 1899, 
a la Convention franco-anglaise du 14 juin, 
1898. Paris, 1899. Map. 9966.1 


Corrcspondance et documents relatifs i la 
Convention franco-anglaise du 14 juin 

1898. 1890-1898. Pans, 1899. 9962.6.3 
Correspondance concemant la declaration 
additionnelle du 21 mars 1899, 4 la Con- 
vention franco-anglaise du 14 juin, 1898. 
Paris, 1899. 9962.6.4 

Germany. Reichstag. 
Weiszbuch. Neunzehnter Theil. Berlin, 

1899. 9325.943 

Contains reports and papers on Africa and Mar- 
shall Islands. 

Ma|^deburg. Statistisches Amt. 
Der magdeburger Wohnungsmarkt, 1894- 
98. Magdeburg, 1899. = 9314.318.8 


Ekonomisk Tidskrift. Uitgifven af David 
Davidson. Arg. i. Haft 1-4. Stockholm, 
1899. = 9330.54.85 

Unitea Kingdom. Parliament. 

A bill to legalise certain colonial marriages. 
[1899] BUI 29 

Cheap trains bill. 10 February 1899. Bill 26 

Old age provident pensions bill. 10 February, 
1899. Bill 41 

A bill for establishing a national system of 
old age pensions. [1899.I Bill 9 

Report of the departmental committee on 
beer materials. London, 1899. 9614.344 

Minutes of evidence taken before the com- 
mittee on beer materials. 9614.344-2 

Minutes of evidence taken before the com- 


mittee appointed to inquire into the Indian 
currency. Part 11. London, 1899. 

Report from the select committee on south- 
eastern, and London, Chatham and Dover 

railway companies bill. 1899. 9385.942-1 
Providing for a consolidation. 

Papers relating to the arbitration in the case 
of Mr. Alderman Ben Tillett. London, 
London, 1899. Statis. Per. 1509 

Further correspondence respecting the af- 
fairs of Crete. Map. London, 1899. 


Statistics relating to persons employed, out- 
put, and accidents at mines and quarries in 
the British colonies and in foreign coun- 
tries. 1897. Edited by C. le Neve Foster. 
London, 189^. 9338.2 

Railway and Canal Commission. 
Tenth annual report, with appendix. Lon- 
don, 1899. 9385.942 

Light railway commissioners. 
Order authorising? the construction of light 
railways in the isle of Thanet in the county 
of Kent. London, 1898. 9625.11 

Memorandum upon the use of automatic 
couplings on railway stock, with especial 
reference to American experience. Lon- 
don, 1899. 9625.2 

Hardinge, Sir A. 

Report on the British East Africa protec- 
torate for the year 1897-98. London, 1899. 



Appointments to the Board of Trustees 
AND Election of Officers. On May i and 
8 respectively the Board of Aldermen con- 
firmed the appointment by the Mayor to the 
Board of Trustees of Mr. Josiah H. Benton, jr., 
and of Dr. Thomas Dwight. 

At the annual election of officers of the Board 
of Trustees, on May 9, 1899, Mr. Solomon Lin- 
coln was elected President, Dr. James De Nor- 
mandie Vice-President, and Mr. Philip H. 
Savage Qerk, for the ensuing year. 

Opening op Lecture Hall and Unveiling 
OF THE Bust of Sir Walter Scott. On May 
17 the Lecture Hall of the Library was opened. 
Advantage was taken of the gift to the Library, 
from the Westminster Committee on the Scott 
Memorial, of a marble copy of the bust of 
Sir Walter Scott by Chantrey, a first copy of 
which was placed by the Committee in West- 
minster Aboey; and a formal unveiling pre- 
ceded the addresses on the opening of the hall. 

Mr. Solomon Lincoln, President, presided. 
The bust was unveiled during the preliminary 
address of Dr. De Normandie by Mr. Fiske 
Warren, who with Mr. James Murray Kay, 
took charge of the American subscriptions to 
the Westminster Memorial. An address on 
Scott was delivered by President Eliot of Har- 
vard University. Other addresses on the in- 
fluence of Scott, as well as on the opening of 
the Lecture Hall, and its significance as a sup- 
plement to the work of the Library, were made 
l^ His Honor Mayor Quincy, Mr. A. Law- 
rence Lowell, Mr. Edward Robinson, and 
Hon. Charles Francis Adams. 

Publications. A Selected Bibliography of 
of the Anthropology and Ethnologv of Europe, 
bv Professor William Z. Ripley of the Massa- 
chusetts Institute of Technology, is now pub- 
lished ; price. 50 cent^. The book is a large 16** 
of 160 oages printed in single column with wide 
right hand margins for annotations and addi- 
tions. The bibliography contains 2000 titles, 
about 95% of which are in the Library. 

Exhibitions. Since note was last made in 
these columns, exhibitions have been held in 
the Fine Art room as follows: 

Of plates illustrating the industrial arts, in 
connection with the Exhibition of the Society 
of Arts and Crafts; of a collection of Shake- 
speareana from this Librarv and the Harvard 
Library, in connection with the meeting on 
April 3, of the Old Cambridge Shakespeare 
Association and the Boston Shakespeare Qub; 
of broadsides relating to the battle of Lexing- 
ton : of Scott portraits, etc. ; of photographs of 
the English school of painting; of photographs 
of American mural decorations. 

In the juvenile department an exhibition is 
open of books, etc. relating to the battle of 
Bunker Hill ; the exhibition is held in the new 
reference reading-room for children, and circu- 
lars of invitation have been sent to the teachers 
of high and grammar schools in Boston. 

From Mr. Allen A. Brown for the Brown 
Library of Music: a full score of the opera 

From Messrs. Little, Brown & Co., and 
Houghton, Mifflin & Co. : six hundred and 
fifty-seven photographs of portraits in the Na- 
tional Portrait Gallery in London. 


The Retirement of the President of the Trustees. 

On the retirement of the Hon. Frederick O. Prince from the Presidency^ 
of the Board of Trustees the following tribute to Mr. Prince was addressed to 
him by the Board : 

'The Trustees of the Public Library, at their meeting held on the 19th of 
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pride justified. 

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attendance at its meetings has been prompt and faithful, his counsel judicious, 
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June 15 to July 15 1899. 

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The symbol = following the title of a work indicates that the work is a gift to the Library. 

Reference Books. 

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B. H. Ref. 314-2 
Baedeker, Carl. 
The United States, with an excursion into 
Mexico. 2d edition. Lcipsic, 1899. Maps. 

Bithell, Richard. 
The merchant's dictionary. New edition. 
London. [1899?] *5648.i58 

Burke, Sir John Bernard. 

A genealogical and heraldic history of the 
landed gentry of Great Britain and Ire- 
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9th edition. London, 1^98. 2 v. Coats- 
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Dictionnaire encyclop6dique des sciences me- 
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The first two volumes were edited by Raige-De- 
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series, of which the fourth belongs alphabetically 
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B. H. Ref. 314.6 
Guia oficial de Espafia. 1899. Madrid, 1899. 
Portrs. B. H. Ref. 312.6 

Law list. The. 1899. London, 18^. 

B. H. Kef. 334.18 
Massachusetts. General court. 

Manual. Boston, 1899. B. H. Ref. 541.6 

Official year book of the Church of England. 
1899. London. [1899.] B. H. Ref. 173.7 
Riemann. Huf^o. 
Encyclopaedic dictionary of music. Trans- 
lated by T. S. Shcdlock. Revised to 1897. 
Phila,, 1898. *4045.75 

Statesman's year-book. 1899. London, 1899. 

B. H. Ref.314.13 

Genealogy. Heraldry. 

Balch, Thomas Willing. 
The Brooke family of Whitchurch, Hamp- 
shire, England. Together with an account 
of Robert Brooke of Maryland and 
Ninian Beall of Maryland and some of 
their descendants. Phila., 1899. 71 pp. 
Pis. = 4434.251 

Burke, Ashworth Peter. 
Family records [of Great Britain and Ire- 
land]. London, 1897. Coats-of-arms. 

Dimock, Susan Whitney. 
Births, baptisms, marriages and deaths from 
the records of Mansfield, Connecticut, 
1703-1850. N. Y., 1898. *443oa.i34 

Noyes, James Atkins. 
Noyes pedigree. Boston, 1899. n PP. = 

Roberts, Ellwood. 
Old Richland families. Including descend- 
ants of Edward Roberts, Thomas Roberts, 
Lancaster, Peter Lester. Norristown, 
Pa., 1898. Portrs. Pis. Map. 4337.183 
Stanford, Arthur Willis. 
Register of the descendants of the revolu- 
tionary soldier, Abner Stanford. [Karui- 
zawa, Japan? 1898.] vii, 45 pp. Chart. 
= 4439a. 123 


Collective Biographies. 

Thayer, William Roscoe. 
Throne-makers. Boston, 1899. 2249.84 

Contents. — Throne-makers: Bismarck; Napo- 
leon III.; Kossuth; Garibaldi. Portraits: Car- 
lyle; Tintoret; Giordano Bruno; Bryant. 


Single Biographies. 

Bapst, Germain. 
Le Marechal Canrobert. Souvenirs d'un 
siecle. Tome i. 3e Edition. Paris, 1898. 

Benelli, Zulia. 

Gabriele Rossetti. Notizje biografiche c 
bibliografiche. Firenze, 1898. 2743.85 

Broglie, James Victor Albert, due de. 
Voltaire avant et pendant la Guerre de sept 
ans. 2e Edition. Paris, 1898. 2829a.77 
Cesaresco, Evelyn Martinengo, countess. 
Cavour. London, 1898. [Foreign states- 
men.] ^4li'2y 
De Burgh, A. 
Elizabeth, Empress of Austria. A memoir. 
London, 1899. Illus. Portrs. 4846.58 
Dugas, L. 
Emile Souvestre: Thomme et le moraliste. 
rCaen, 1898?] 26 pp. 4644.78 
Du Seigneur, Maurice. 

Paul Lacroix, Bibliophile Jacob. (1806- 
1884.) Paris, 1885. 16 pp. Portrs. 

Hallbauer, O. 
Life and works of G. F^rquhar. Holzmin- 
den, 1880. (i), 33 pp. 2552.99 

Kuegelgen, Wilhelm von. 
Jugenderinnerungen eines alten Mannes. 
Leiozig. [1898.] 4896.50.395 

Lecigne, C. 
Brizeux. Sa vie & ses oeuvres. Paris, 1898. 
Portr. 4642.79 

MacLeod, Xavier Donald. 
Life of Mary, Queen of Scots. New edi- 
tion. N. Y., 1898. 4548.179 
Maistre, Xavier, comte de. 
Chapitre inedit d'histoire litt6raire et biblio- 
graphique. Geneve, 1895. Portr. 2647.158 

The book consists oi Letters to, and from, 
Xavier de Maistre. Bibliography, pp. X05-XJ8. 

Moscheles, Felix Stone. 
Fragments of an autobioorraphy. N. Y., 
1899. Portrs. 2545.150 

Murray, Thomas Douglas, and Arthur Silva 
Sir Samuel Baker. A memoir. London, 
1895. Pis. Portrs. Maps. 4544.175 

Nolhac, Pierre de. 
La reine Marie- Antoinette. lie Edition. 
Paris, 1899. ^7.166 

Order of the white rose. North American 
In memoriam. [250th anniversary of the 
beheading of Charles i.l N. p. [1899.] 
Broadside. = *652i.35 

Palgrave, Gwenllian F. 
Francis Turner Palgrave. His journals and 
memories of his life. London, 1899. 
Portr. 4544.173 

Pinkerton. Mary F. 
Annie E. Johnson. [A memorial.} Boston, 
1894. 16 pp. Portrs. = 4449.247 

Spies, August Vincent Theodore. 
August Spies' auto-biography; his speech 
in court, and general notes. [Edited by 
Nina Van Zandt.] Qiicago. [1887.] 
(4)» 91 PP- Portrs. = 4448.88 


Walcott, Charles Hosmer. 
Sir Archibald Campbell of Invemeill, some- 
time prisoner of war in the jail at Con- 
cord, Massachusetts. Boston. [1898?] 
62 pp. Portrs. Pis. 4543-144 

H istory . 

Ancient. Modern. Asia. Africa. 


Adams, Herbert Baxter. 
The study and teaching of history. Phi 
Beta Kappa address at William and Mary 
college. Richmond, 1898. 18 pp. = 

Amir 'All, Matdavi Saiyid. 
A short history of the Saracens. London, 
1899. Pis. Maps. 5043.34 

Bennett, Ernest NaUianiel. 
The downfall of the dervishes: being a 
sketch of the final Sudan campaign of 
1898. London, 1898. Portr. Maps. 

Bladen, F. M., editor. 

Historical records of New South Wales. 
Vol. 1-5. 1762-1805. Sydney, 1892-97. 
Text, 5 V. in 6. Portr. Maps. Pis.; 
Atlas, 12 maps. = *304ai93 

Burleigh, Bennet. 
Khartoum campaign, 1898; or, the re-con- 
quest of the Soudan. London, 1899. 
Illus. Portrs. Maps. 3053.224 

Myers, Philip Van Ness. 
Analysis of lectures on Greek history. Uni- 
versity of Cincinnati Cincinnati [1891?] 
22 f f . = 3(^.128 

Sanderson, Edgar. 
Africa in the nineteenth century. London, 

1898. Portrs. Map. 3056.167 
Wauters, Alphonse Jtdes. 

L'etat ind6pendant du Congo. Bnixdles, 

1899. Map. 3059a. 133 


Ari, Thorgilsson, hinn Fr68l 
The book of the settlement of Iceland. 
Translated by Rev. T. Ellwood. Kendal, 
1898. Map. 4823.28 

Borkowsky, Ernst. 
Die Geschichte der Stadt Naumburg an der 
Saale. Stuttgart, 1897. Pis. 2825.85 
Chabrier, Albert. 
Les orateurs politiques de la France, des 
origines a 1830. 2e Edition, publi6e par 
E. Jacotdet. Paris, 1898. 46198.77 

Comit6 nationaliste Catalan de Paris. 
La question catalane. L'Esf^igne et la 
Catalogue. Notice adress^ i la presse 
europ6enne. 2e Edition. Paris, 1898. 
19 pp. 3092.131 

Die 8oojahrige Wettiner-Jnbelfeier. Jam 
1889. Festschrift. Dresden. [1889.J 50 

pp. = 




Gef froy, Mathieu Auffuste. 

£tudes italiennes. Fans, 1898. 2779.43 

Contents. — Florence: la renaissance. — Les 
srands Medids. ~ Jirftme Savonarole. — Gui- 
chardin, d'apris ses oeoTres in^tes. — Rome 
monnmentale. — Rome pradant le Moyen age et 
la premise renaissance. ~ La Ugende de la 
CencL — Les collections et les oollectionneurs 
i la fin du xviiie siide. (Les Piranesi.) — La 
transformation de Rome en capitale modeme. 

Haussonville, Joseph Otibenin Bernard de 

Qdron, comte d'. 

La Duchesse de Bourgogne et Talliance 

savoyarde sous Louis xiv. Paris, 1899. 

Portr. 4644.80 

Imbert de Saint-Amand, Arthur L^n, baron. 

La France et Tltalie (1859). [6e Edition.] 

Paris. [1898.] 2648.190 

McCarthy, Justin. 

The story of the people of England in the 

Nineteenth centuiy. 1800-1835. N. Y., 

189^ Portrs. Pis. [The story of the 

nations.] 4527.124 

Maleissye, Antoine Charles Marie Anne de 

Tardieu, marquis de. 

M6moires d'un officier aux gardes fran- 

^ises (1789^93). Publi6es par G. Ro- 

berti. Paris, 1897. Portr. 2625.130 

Meyer, Hans, editor. 

Das deutsche Volkstum. Leipzig, 1898. 

Map. 2831.12 

Rendel, Grace Daphne. 

Newcastle-on-Tjme, its municipal origin and 

growth. London, 1898. Pis. 2498.84 

Turner, Frederick Alfred. 

Brentford: literary and historical sketches. 

First series. London, i8q8. (7), 81 pp. 


Vereshtcbagin, Va.sili Vasilievitch. 

"1812." Napoleon i. in Russia. N. Y., 

1899. Illus. Portrs. 4654.80 


Adams, Robert Chamblet. 

Illustrated story of the Union. In rhyme. 
Boston, 1891. Portrs. Pis. 4325.180 

Butterfield, Consul Will shire. 

History of Brul6s discoveries and explora- 
tions, 1016-1626 ... of Lakes Huron, 
Ontario and Superior; and of his explo- 
rations ... of Pennsylvania and western 
New York, also of the orovince of On- 
tario, Canada. Qeveland, 1898. Pis. 
Maps. [Western reserve historical so- 
ciety.] *437oa.i27 

C^.y R. 

The history of South America. By an 
American. Translated from the Spanish 
by Adnah D. Jones. London, 1899. Maps. 

Chenery, Winthrop Louis. 

Some statistics of Belmont, Mass. Boston, 

1890. 25 pp. Portr. = 4359^.131 

Germain, Geom^ ist viscount Sackville. 

The rights of Great Britain asserted against 

the claims of America. Phila., 1776. 92, 

(4) PP- ^4418.261 

Kennedy, Arnold. 

The story of the West Indies. London. 

[i8|p8.1 Ms4>s. [The story of the empire 

senes.1 4^.164 

McCarthy, Justin Huntley. 
A short history of the United States. Lon- 
don, 1898. 4325-184 
Marshall, Edward, member of ist U. S. vol- 
unteer cavalry. 
The storv of the Rough Riders, ist U. S. 
volunteer cavalry. N. Y., 1899. Illus. 
Portrs. 4420a. 1 17 
Mason, Eveleen Laura. 
What is America's relation to England? 
Boston, 1896. 17 pp. Illus. = 432389 
Peck, Charles H. 
The Jacksonian epoch. N. Y., 1899. 


Peckham, Wheeler Hazard. 

Response at the dinner of Union college 

alumni association to the sentiment "The 

Union of our fathers." N. p. [1898.] 

12 pp. = 4228.76 

Wakefield, John A. 

History of the war between the United 

States and the Sac and Fox nations of 

Indians, 1827, 31, and 32. Jacksonville, 

111.. 1834. *44i5.i25 

Fine Arts. Archaeology. 


Brunn, Heinrich. 

Kleine Schriften. Gesammelt von H. Brunn 

und H. Bulle. Bd. i. Leipzig, 1898. Illus. 

Portr. 2732.69 

Contents. — i. Romische Denkmaler. — Alt- 
italische und etniskische Denkmaler. 

Biyant, William Qement. 

Interesting archaeological studies in and 

about Buffalo. [Buffalo, 1890.] 21 pp. 

= 2336.32 

Fine Arts. 

Berger, Ernst, painter. 1857- 
Quellen und Technik der Fresko-, Oel- und 
Tempera-Malerei des Mittelalters, von der 
byzantinischen Zeit bis einschliesslich der 
ffErfindung der Oelmalerei* durch die 
Briider van Eyck. Miinchen, 1897. Illus. 

Qarke, Thomas Benedict. 
Catalogue of the private art collection of T. 
B. Clarke, New York; to be sold at pub- 
lic sale, February 14-17. N. Y., 1899. 


Qement, Qara Erskine. 

A history of art for beginners and students. 

With complete indexes. N. Y., 1891. 3 

v. in I. Illus. 4076.102 

Custt Lionel. 

History of the- Society of dilettanti . . . ed- 
ited by Sidney Colvin. London, 1898. 
Portrs. Pis. *4072.29 

Duval t Mathias, and £douard Cuyer. 

Histoire de Tanatomie plastique. Paris. 
[1898.1 Illus. 8087.57 

£cole, U, des beaux arts. [Lithographic re- 
productions from Raphael, Poussin, Rem- 


brandt and others.] Paris. [i8— ?] 12 
pis. = 4062.39 

Eder, Josef Maria. 

Ausfiihriiches Handbuch der Photographic. 
Bd. I, Heft 1-5. Erganzungsband. Bd. 
2, Heft 2, 3. 2. Ganzlich uragearbcitete 
und sehr vermehrte Auflage. Halle a. S., 
1891-97. 8 V. lUus. Portrs. 3972.152 
Gerhard, Friedrich Wilhelra Eduard, editor. 

Trinkschalen und Gefasse des Koniglichen 

Museums zu Berlin und anderer Samm- 

lungen. Abth. i, 2. Berlin, 1848, 50. 2 

V. Pis. *Cab.8o. 197.2 

Knackfuss, Hugo. 

Holbein. Translated by Campbell Dinigson. 
Bielefeld, 1899. Illus. Portrs. 4082.71 

Raphael. Translated by Campbell Dodgson. 
Bielefeld, 1898. Illus. Portrs. 4082.70 
Koenigliche Museen, Berlin. 

Fuehrer durch die Bibliothek des Kunstge- 
werbe-Museums. 2. Auflage der ^An- 
leitung.* Berlin, 1896. 95 pp. 

No. 2 in *2i79.85 

Hauptwerke der Bibliothek des Kunstge- 
werbe-Museums . . . Berlin, 1896-98. 6 
parts in i y- *2 179.85 

Maeterlinck, Maurice. 

Exposition des oeuvres de Franz M. Mel- 
chers . . . novembre 1895. Preface de 
Maurice Maeterlinck, Paris. [1895.] 11 

pp. = 4079a.55 

Metropolitan museum of art, New York. 

Guide to the halls and galleries. N. Y., 
1894. 52 pp. Plans. = 8077.125 

Oakman, John, and others. 
Moral songs, for the instruction and amuse- 
ment of children. Phila., 1806. 48 pp. 


Four of the woodcuts bear the initial A, the 
mark used by Alexander Anderson; the others 
may be by him, although thev are not mentioned 
in the Catalogue of books illustrated by Ander- 
son, N. Y., 1885. 

Perabo, Ernst. 
A pictorial conception suggested by the re- 
marks before each movement of Beetho- 
ven's Pastoral symphony. Photograph. 
Buffalo. = *Cab.8o. 168.2 

Pope, Alexander. 
The rape of the lock. Embroidered with 
eleven drawings by Aubrey Beardsley. 
London, 1897. xix, 61 op. Pis. 

Reber, Franz von. 
Rom mit dem Triumphzuge Constantins im 
Jahre 312. Rundgemalde von J. Biihl- 
mann und Alex. Wagner. Beschrieben 
von F. von Reber. Miinchen, 18^, 94. 
2 v. Text. Atlas. = ♦8095.80 

Weber, Siegfried. 
Die Entwickelung des Putto in der Plastik 
der Friihrenaissance. Heidelberg, 1898. 
Pis. 8082.66 

Leipzig. [1897.] vi pp. 8 pis. [Meister- 
werke der Holzschneidekunst.] 

Whitman, Alfred. 

The masters of mezzotint. The men and 

their work. London, 1898. Portrs. Pis. 

The plates are mostly reproductions of famous 


Choisy, Francois Auguste. 1841- 
Histoire de Tarchitecture. Paris, 1899. 2 v. 

T Square dub, Philadelphia. 
Catalogue of the exhibition, and architec- 
tural annual for 1898. [Phila., 1899.] 
Illus. Portrs. = ^4092.70 

Landscape Gardening. 

Parsons, Samuel, jr. 
How to plan the home grounds. N. Y.^ 
1899. Illus. 



Agnew, Phihp Leslie. 
A run through "The Nibclung's ring. 
London, 18^ 82 pp. 4048.137 

Baur, J. 
Winke betreffend den Gcsanguntcrricht in 
der Volksschule. Ziirich, 1887. 3h (O 
pp. = 4045.37 

Beethoven, Ludwig van. 
Duos, Trios, Quartette, Quintette, Sextette, 
Septett, Concerte u. Symphonicn, fiir 
Pianoforte zu vier Handen arrangirt von 
Hugo Ulrich u. Rob. Wittmann. Leipzig. 
[i^?J = 8055.124 

Costeley, (juillaume. 
Musiquc. Premier fascicule. Paris, 1896. 


Doerffel. Alfred. 
Festschrift zur hundertjahrigen Jubclfcicr 
der Einweihung des Concertsaales im Ge- 
wandhause zu Leipzig. 25. November 
1781-25. November 1881. [Leipzig.] 1881. 
Pis. No. 2 in 4040-99 

Geschichte der Gewandhausconcerte zu 
Leipzig vom 25. November 1781 bis 25. 
November 1881. Leipzig, 1884. 

No. I in 4040.99 
Eisenberg, Ludwig. 
Johann Strauss. Ein Lebensbild. Leipzig, 
1894. Portrs. 40492.44 

Evans, David Emlyn. 
Alawon fy Ngwlad, The lays of my land: 
collected by Nicholas Bennett Arranged 
for harp or pianoforte. Newtown, 1896. 
2 V. Portrs. ♦404a 100 

Fletcher, Alice Cunningham, and Francis La 
A study of Omaha Indian music. Cam- 
bridge, 1893. [Archaeological and ethno- 
logiod papers of the Peabody museum.] 
= No. 5 in *4363.i27.i 

Freedberff, Louis. 
Der blmde Bettler. The beggar. [Lied. 
Bar. Mit Begleitung des Pianoforte.] 
Words by Morris Rosenfeld. Boston. 
[1898.] 3 pp. = 80500.127 

Kobb6, Gustav. 
To horse! Words after Robert Browning. 
N. Y., 1887. 5 pp. = No. 3 in *R.7.i 
Liszt, Franz. 
Briefwechsel zwischen Franz Liszt tmd 
Hans von Btilow. Hrsg. von La Mara 
[pseud.]. Leipzig, 1898. 4047.103 

i899 179 

Mackenzie, Alexander Campbell. to music. London. [1884.I (i), 8 pp. 

There's a woman like a dew-drop. Song = No. 14 in R.7.1 

from the tragedy "A blot in the 'scut- Vogel, Adolf Bernhard. 

cheon", by Robert Browning. London. Hans von Biilow. Sein Leben und sein 

[18&-?] 7 pp. = No. 4 in *R.7.i Entwickelungsgang. Leipzig, 1887. vi, 

Mason, Luther Whiting, and others. (0^ 69 pp. Portr. 40493.47 

Fifth reader. By Luther Whiting Mason, Weissheimer, Wendelin. 

James M. McLaug[hlin, George A. Veazie Erlebnisse mit Richard Wa^er, Franz Liszt 

and W. W. Gilchnst Boston, iSgf/, [The und vielen anderen Zeitgenossen, nebst 

educational music course. 1 = 8058.77 deren Briefen. Stuttgart, 1898. Portr. 

Sixth reader. By Luther Whiting Mason, 4048.144 
James M. McLaughlin, George A. Veazie 

and W. W. Gilchrist Boston, 1898. = supplementary list op the works added 


Medini, F. Roena. the month op june. 

The what and how of vocal culture. N. Y., 

1893. = P.84.577 AmCj Msurtini, and others. The songs, dia- 

Mozart, Johann Chrysostom Wolfgang Ama- logue, duetts, trio, & marches in the histori- 

deus. cal romance of the Crusade. London. 

Trios, Quartette, Quintette, Concerte und Bach, J. S. Weihnachts-Oratorium . . . be- 

Symphonien. Fur Pianoforte zu 4 Han- arbeitet von Robert Franz. Text deutsch 

den arrangirt von Hugo Ulrich u. Rob. und englisch. Partitur mit unterlegtem 

Wittmann. Leipzig. [18&-?] 84 pp. = Qavierauszuge. Leipzig;. 

8055.123 Beethoven. Ouvertures choisies. Arrangees 

Neidlinger, W. H. pour piano et violon par W. Meves. Braun- 

The year's at the spring. [Song for soprano schweig. 

or tenor. Poem by Robert Browning.] Bull, Ole. Adagio religioso pour violon avec 

N. Y. [1895.] 5 pp. = No. 5 in *R.7.i orchestre ou piano. [Partition.] Ham- 

Ormerod, Helen J. bourg. 

How they brought the good news from Fantaisie et variations de bravoure sur un 

Ghent to Aix. Song for baritone. Words theme de Bellini pour violon avec orchestre. 

by Robert Browning. London. [18&-?] Hambourg. 

(i), 9 pp. = No. 6 in ^^7.1 Frederick the Great. Musikalische Werke. 

People's dioral union, New York. Leipzig. 

People's singing classes. [N. Y., 1896.] 31 Gilbert, Alfred. The commemoration ode, 
pp. 4059.60 written for the 300th anniversary of the 
Pittman, Josiah, and Colin Brown, editors. birth of Shakespeare. London. 
The songs of Scotland, a collection of 190 Haydn, Joseph. Symphonic No. 1-3 .. . fiir 
songs. London. [i88-?l = 8055.89 Pianoforte und Violine iibertragen von 
Reinagle, Caroline. Friedrich Hermann. Leipzig. 
Three songs composed to poetry by Robert Lachner, Franz. Quatuor IL Op. 76. [In- 
Browning. No. 2: I would that you were ^ .^?'"P^;^*,^1 Mayence. 

all to me. London. [18&-?] (i), 4 pp. Lmley, Thomas. Love m the East, or, adven- 

= No 7 in *R 7 I tures ol twelve hours. London. 

Rogers^ Qara Kathleen. ' Meves, W., editor Ouvertures poui piano 

Ah. love but a day. [Song. Words by] ^* J*^^^" ^^ ^^^"^' ^^".^^' Boieldieu, H^- 

Robert Browning. Boston, 1890. 5 PP. l?}\, Arrang6es pour piano et violon par 

= No 8 in ♦R 71 ^' M^ves. Braunschweig. 

The vear's at the soring rSone Words Paganini, N. Erstes Concert fiir Violine, 

by ""^^^nB^y^Z^f' B& K herausgegeben von Jean Becker Uipzig. 

3''pp -- No. 9 in *R.7.i —^^^^^ Quatuor en E majeur [for strings]. 

^^?^^^;.i5^!?*r** •♦u re t Raff. J.T^Erstegrosse Sonate fur Pianoforte 

Grow old along with me. [Song for mezzo- & vioHne. Op 73- Leipzig, 

^ranp. Words from Browning s Rabbi Raff.Album. 6 morceaux, pour violon et 

Ben Ezra.] N. Y., 1882. 3 PP. = pjano. Op. 85. London. 

r . , re> «o. 10 lu K.7.1 Rq^j^ p Conccrto No. 4 pour violon et piano. 

In a gondola. [Song for mezzo-soprano. Braunschweig 

Words by Robert Browning.] N. Y., _ Concerto No. 8 pour violon et piano. 

1882. 3 pp. = No. II in *R.7.i Braunschweig. 

The page sings to the queen [Song for Schubert-Album. Lieder und beriihmte Stucke 

mez2<>-soprano. Words from "Pippa ... fiir Violine und Piano. Braunschweig. 

passes by Robert Browning.] N. Y., Viotti, J. B. Concerto No. 22 pour violon et 

1882. 7 pp. = No. 12 in *R.7.i piano. Braunschweig. 

This is the spray the bird clung to. [Song Weber, C. M. von. Ouvertures choisies de C. 

for mezzo-soprano. Words by Robert M. von Weber. Arrangees pour piano et 

Browning.] N. Y., 1882. 5 pp. = violon par W. Meves. Braunschweig. 

No. 13 in *R.7.i Wilhelmj, August. Romanze fiir Violine mit 

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Asia. Africa. Oceanica. Polar 


Alcan, Eugene. 
Les cannibales et leur temps. Souvenirs de 
la campaffne de I'Oc^anie sous le com- 
mandant Marceau. Paris, 1SS7, 3040a. 184 
Bordeaux, Albert 
Rhod6sie et Transvaal. Impressions de 
voyage. Paris, 1898. Pis. 5059a. 139 

Bruyas, Emile. 
Deux mois 4 Ceylon. Lyon, 1898. Illus. 
Map. 3040a. 147 

Chambre de commerce, Lyons, France. 
La mission lyonnaise d'exploration commer- 
dale en Chine, 1895-1897. Lyon, 18^ 
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Ehlers, Otto E3hren fried. 
Im Osten Asiens. 3te Auflage. Berlin, 
1896. Pis. Portr. Maps. 3018.149 

Travels in China, Corea and Mongolia. 

Eraser, Mary Crawford. 
Letters from Japan. N. Y., 1899. 2 v. 
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Great Northern railway. Passenger depart- 
Greater America. A brief description of 
the new Pacific colonies of the United 
States and how to reach them. [St Paul, 
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Hurabielle, Jean. 
Au pays du bleu. Biskra et les oasis en- 
vironnantes. Paris, 1899. 3058. 18B 

Jepson, Edffar, and David Beames. 
On the edge of the empire. N. Y., 1899. 


Stories oi native life on the northwest trontier 
oi India. 

Lewis, Agnes Smith. 
In the shadow of Sinai. A story of travel 
and research from 1895 to 1897. Cam- 
bridge, 1898. Illus. 3059.191 
Nicolas, yictor fileuther Renold. 
L'exp6dition du Dahomey en 1890 avec un 
aoergu g6ographique et historique. Paris, 
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Oppert, Ernst. 
Ostasiatische Wanderungen. Skizzen und 
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Percy, Henry Algernon George, Lord Wark- 
Notes from a diary in Asiatic Turkey. Lon- 
don, 1898. Pis. Map. 3084.123 
Piolet, J. B. 
Douze leQons k la Sorbonne sur Madagas- 
car. Paris, 1898. 3055.153 
Proust de la Gironiere, Paul. 
Vingt annees aux Philippines. Souvenirs 
de Jala-Jala. Paris, 1853. PI. Map. 

3049a. 162 

An English translation is on shelf-no. 5049a.69. 

Stoddard, Charles Warren. 
A cruise under the crescent, from Suez to 
San Marco. Chicago. [1898.] Illus. 



White, Arthur Silva. 
From Sphinx to oracle. Throufl^ the 
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Grad, Charles. 
L' Alsace: le p^s et ses habitants. Paris, 
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Oppenheim, Edwin Camillo. 
New climbs in Norway. An account of 
some ascents in the Sondmore district 
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Schlesinger, Max. 
Saunterings in and about London. The 
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Sights and scenes in Ireland. London. [1899?] 


Terhune, William L. 

My friend the captain :^ or, two Yankees in 

Europe. A descriptive story of a tour. 

N. v., 1898. Portrs. = 2278.80 

Bernard, Marius. 

Au Pays des dollars. Paris, 1893. 2369.116 
Cordemoy, C. de. 

Au Chili. Paris, 1899. Illus. 4362.192 

Detroit. Common council. 

A part of Detroit through the lens. [De- 
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Firmat, Ignacio. 

Una excursion al Gran Chaco. Buenos 

Aires. 1879. 65, (0 pp. = 4366.176 

Hespel d'Harponville, Gustave, vicomte d*. 

La reine des Antilles, ou situation actuelle 

de rile de Cuba. Paris, 185a Maps. 

Kessler, Harry Klemens Ulrich, Graf von. 
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Morelet, Arthur. 

Voyage dans I'Am^rique Centrale, Tile de 

Cuba et le Yucatan. Paris, 1857. 2 v. 

Illus. Map. 4361.164 

Smet, Pierre Jean de. 
Missions de T Oregon et voyases dans les 

Montagues Rocheuses en 1845 et 1846. 

Traduit de Tanglais par M. Bonriez. 

Paris, 184a Pis. ^4369^. 162 

Smith, Frederic M. 
Boston through the photographic camera: 

Commonwealth Avenue and its residenoes. 

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The book consists of 99 motuited ph ot ogi a t^ of 
Commonwealth Avenue and its houses. Tnerc is 
no text. 

Smith, Minna Caroline. 
Our own country. N. Y., 1898. lUos. 



Texarkana gateway, The, to Texas and the 
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national & Great northern railroad. 1896. 
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Language. Rhetoric, 

Knabe, G. J. 
Wie pflegt das deutsche Volk seine teure 
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diese Arbeit fordem helfen? Weinheim, 
1898. 2886.84 

Loqman berbere. Avec quatre glossaires et 
une etude sur la 16gende de Loqman par 
Ren6 Basset. Paris, 1890. 3032.164 

Noack, Fritz. 
Der Stroohenausgang in seinem Verhaltnis 
zum Refrain und Strophengrundstock in 
der refrainhaltigen altfranzosischcp Lyrik. 
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Noulens, Joseph. 
La flahuto gascouno. Seguido d'un bocabu- 
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Smiley, James Brady, and Helen Landon 
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Uhlenbeck, C. C. 
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In the forest of Arden. Decorated by Will 
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Medini, F. Roena. 
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Morris, William. 
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Nye, Edgar Wilson, and James Whitcomb 
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French Literature. 

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Lcs id6es religieuses de Marguerite de Na- 
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Lerberghe, Charles van. 
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Lichtenstein, Gustav. 
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German Literature. 

Br6al, Michel Jules Alfred. 

Deux Etudes sur Goethe. Un officier de 

Tancienne France. Lcs personnages ori- 

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Fischer, Johann Georg. 

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Greek and Latin Literature, 

Alma, Laurentius. 
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Haagens. (Abraham Joseph. 
De Hippolvtis Euripideis. Lfigduni-Bata- 
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Nijhuis, Gerhardus Janus. 
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Owen, Sidney George, and John Swinnerton 
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The Laches of Plato. Introduction, trans- 
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Icelandic Literature. 

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Italian Literature. 

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Hasty Pudding club, Harvard college. 

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Marlow, Frank William. 
Painless panophthalmitis following cathe- 
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♦3782. 147, Th. I 
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Verworn. Max. 

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Barnes, Henry Jabez. 
The arid atmosphere of our houses in win- 
ter. Concord, N. H., 1898. 12 pp. = 



Boulenger^ George Albert 
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Campbell, George Douglas, 8th duke of Ar- 
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1898. 3828.92 

Dabney, Charles William, jr. 

A national department of science necessary 

for the coordination of the scientific work 

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Earl, Alfred. 

The living organism: an introduction to 

biology. London, 1898. 382a95 

Eldik, Anthony van. 

Metingen van de capillaire stijhoogte der 

vloeibare phase van een mengsel van twee 

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Hoffmann, Ralph. 

Twenty-six common birds. To accompany 

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Common birds of eastern Massachusetts. 

Jones, Harry Gary, translator and editor. 
The modem theory of solution. Memoirs 
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♦3876.50.1, part 26 

I^s, Hendrik Cornel is. 

De voortplantingssnelheid van het gduid 

in dampen, 's Gravenhage, 1897. 09 pp. 

= 5913.14 


Muter, John. 
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following the course of instruction gfiven 
in the . . . South London school of phar- 
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North Carolina. Geological survey. 
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How to know the ferns. N. Y., 1899. 

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Peckham, George W., and Elizabeth Gifford 


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Geological and natural history survey.] = 

Roth, Ernst 
Ueber bliithentragende Schmarotzerpflanzen. 
Hamburg, 1899. 43 pp. 591450311 

Tnichot, P. 
Les terres rares. Min^ralogie-propri^tcs- 
analyse. Paris, 1898. Illus. Maps. 


Underwood, Lucien Marcus. 

Suggestions to collectors of fleshy fungi. 

Qunbridge, Mass., 1897. 14 pp. 5852.31 

Veeder, Major A. 

Geology of Erie canal. Salina marlytes and 

recent improvement^. [Lyons, N. Y., 

1899.J 7 pp. = 3864.29 

Visger, Mrs. (J. A. Owen, pseud.), and 

George Simonds Boulger. 
The country month by month. 

[January.] London, 1895. 64 pp. 381572 
[February.] London, 1805. 64 pp. 

Wilkinson, Fred. 

The story of the cotton plant. London, 

1898. Illus. 3858.95 

Anthropology. Ethnology. 

Hamy, Ernest Theodore Jules. 

Note sur un masque en pierre des Indiens 
de la riviere Nass, Colombie britanniqucj. 
Paris, 1897. 4 pp. Illus. = 3822.268 

^ote sur un wampum rcpresentant les 
quatre-nations des Hurons. Paris, 1897. 
4 pp. = 3822.^ 

Modigliani, Elio. 

Fra i Batacchi indipendenti. Viaggio pub- 
blicato a cura della Societa geografica 
italiana. Roma, 1892. Illus. Map. 

Schwalbe, Gustav Adolf. 

[Anthropologic der nordamerikanischen In- 
dianer.] [Wien, 1897.] 2 pp. = 3822.260 
Spalikowski, Edmond. 
£tudes d'anthropologie normande. Paris, 
1896-98. 3 parts in i v. Maps. 3822.284 
Spencer, Walter Baldwin, and F. J. Gill en. 
The native tribes of central Australia. Lon- 
don, 1899. Illus. Maps. 3041.20 
Tarenetski, Aleksandr Ivanovitch. 
Beitrage zur Craniolog^e der Ainos auf 
Sachalin. St.-P6tersbourg, 1890. 55 pp. 



Willoughby, Charles Clark. 

Prehistoric burial places in Maine. Cam- 
bridge, 1898. 52 pp. Illus. Maps. [Ar- 
chaeological and ethnological papers of the 
Peabody museum.] = No. 6 in *4363.i27.i 

Mathematics. Astronomy. 

Andoyer, Marie Henri. 
Legons elementaires sur la theorie des 
formes et ses applications geometriques. 
Paris, 1898. ♦♦£.5127.38 

MdAulay, Alexander. 
Octonions. A development of Clifford's bi- 
quaternions. Cambridge, 1898. 

♦♦E.5 129.38 
Morehouse, George W. 
The wilderness of worlds. A popular sketch 
of the evolution of matter from nebula to 
man and return. N. Y., 1898. Illus. 

Pareto, Vilfredo. 

Tables pour faciliter Tapplication do la me- 
thode des moindres carres. Communica- 
tion. [Lausanne, 1898.] 30 pp. = 


Poincar^, Jules Henri. 

Theorie du potentiel Newtonien. Legons 

professees a la Sorbonne . . . 1894-1895. 

Paris, 1899. ♦♦E.5128.26 

Riddell, John Leonard. 

Orrin Lindsay's plan of aerial navigation. 

New Orleans, 1847. 33 op- = 5968.39 

A lecture on the upper atmosphere, niuon, etc., 
in the form of a fictitious narrative. 

Schweiger-Lerchenfeld, Amand, Freiherr von. 
Atlas der Himmelskunde, auf Grundlage 
der Ergebnisse der coelestischcn Photo- 
graphic. Wien, 1898. Illus. Portrs. 

Weber, Heinrich. 
Traite d'algebre superieur^. Traduit par J. 
Griess. Paris, 1898. ♦♦E.5128.24 

Philosophy. Education. 



Dresser, Horatio Willis. 

Methods and problems of spiritual healing. 

N. Y., 1899. 7608.133 

Franck, Adolphe, editor. 

Dictionnaire des sciences philosophiques. 

3e tirage. Paris, 1885. ♦3601.77 

Fuller, Henry H. 

The art of memory. St. Paul, 1898. 5603.85 
Weir, Tames, jr., M.D. 
The dawn of reason, or mental traits in the 
lower animals. N. Y., 1899. 3888.32 


Bailey, Thomas P., jr. 
Child-study in the Tompkins school. [Oak- 
land, Cal., 1896.] 7 pp. = 3596.165 


Baron de Hirsch agricultural and industrial 
school, Woodbine, New Jersey. 
Catalogue. N. Y., 1898. Pis. = ♦4499a. 196 
B6ze. Francisco P. de. 
Proyecto de organizacion de las escuelas 
municipales. Cordoba, 1877. 20 pp. = 

Brooklyn institute of arts and sciences. 
Prospectus. 1898/99. 2d edition. Brook- 
lyn. [1898.] = *79i5.68 
Dresser, Horace K 
Low and the schools. [N. Y.? 1897?] 4 pp. 
= 5598.24 
Emeryj George Addison. 
The old Thornton academy. [Portland? 
1897.] 51 pp. llus. 4499a. 198 
Green. Samuel Abbott. 
Address at the Horace Mann school for the 
deaf, November 10, 1897. [Boston, 1897.] 
(4) pp. = 4445.346 

A biographical sketch oi Francis Green, an early 
American writer on the deaf. 

Lafayette college, Easton, Pa. 
Lafayette college Commencement addresses, 
1893. Lafayette press, 1893. 30 pp. = 

Lake Forest universi^. Department of law. 
Annual catalogt;e of the Chicago college of 
law. 1898/99. Chicago, 1898. *6i72.75 
Letoumeau, Charles Jean Marie. 
L' evolution de T^ducation dans les diverses 
races htunaines. Paris, 1898. [Biblio- 
theque anthropologiq^ue.] 3595-188 

Northern New York mstitution for deaf- 
mutes, Malone. 
Annual report, 13th. {Malone, N. Y.] 
1898. Pis. = ♦5594.135 

Queen Margaret hall, limited, Glasgow. 
Circulars. [Glasgow? 1894-96.] = 

University of Toronto. 

Register, 1898. [Toronto, 1898.] = ♦450197 

Wood, Allen Francis. 

The stars and stripes: a patriotic souvenir 

of the Fifth St. grammar school, New 

Bedford, Mass. [New Bedford.] 1898. 

8 pp. = 4456.153 

Religion. Theology. 

Bayne, Peter. 
The Christian life, social and individual. 
Boston, 1869. = 3449156 

The book of the prophet Daniel, harmonized 
with itself and with history; and dedi- 
cated to Daniel's people, by one of them 
[Charles Adelle Lewis Totten]. New 
Haven, 1895. 2 charts. 

♦Cab.34.21. 1, Chart 

One chart contains the translation from the He- 
brew, the other irom the Chaldaic. 

Same. Illus. 2 charts, folded. 

♦Cab.34.21.2, Chart 
Campbell, Rev. Duncan. 

Hymns and hymn makers. London, 1898. 

Garidge, Richard. 

Melius inquirendum : or an answer to a 


book of Edward Cockson . . . mis-in- 
tituled. Rigid Quakers cruel persecutors. 
London, 1706. *7554.i2 

Collection, A, of memorials concerning divers 
deceased ministers and others of the 
people called Quakers, in Pennsylvania, 
New- Jersey, and parts adjacent. London, 
1788. ♦7554.10 

Fairbaim, Andrew Martin. 
Catholicism: Roman and Anglican. N. Y., 
i85». 3466.64 

Gams, Pius Bonifacius, editor. 
Series episcoporum ecclesiae Catholicae . . . 
a Beato Petro Apostolo. Ratisbonae, 1873. 

New York, city. Church of the Divine Pa- 
Order of service at the laying of the comer 
stone, November 14th, 1897. [N. Y., 1897.] 
3 pa Illus. = 3542.74 

Noble, Frederic Perry. 
The redemption of Africa. A story of civi- 
lization. Chicago, 1899. 2 V. Maps. 


Almost exclusively an account oi African mis- 

Paravicini, Frances de. 
Life of_St. Edmund of Abingdon, Arch- 
bishop of Canterbury. London, 1898. 

Parker, Edwin Pond. 
Historical discourse in commemoration of 
the one hundredth anniversary of the 
Missionary society of Connecticut. Hart- 
ford, 1898. 40 pp. = 3536.65 
Potwin, Lemuel Stoughton. 
Here and there in the Greek New Testa- 
ment. Chicago, 1898. 3428.155 
Schur^, £douard. 
Sanctuaires d'Orient. figypte — Grece — 
Palestine. Paris, 1898. 3043- 186 
Steams, Wallace Nelson. 
A manual of patrology: being a concise ac- 
count of the chief persons, sects, orders, 
etc. in Christian history, from the first 
century to the period of the Reformation. 
N. Y., 1899. Map. 355376 
Stock, Eugene. 
One hundred years. Being the short history 
of the Church missionary society. Lon- 
don, 1808. 3539.74 
Strowski, Fortunat. 
Saint .FranQois de Sales: introduction a 
rhistoire du sentiment religieux en France 
au dix-septieme siecle. Paris, 1898. 

Teaching of the twelve apostles. 

The doctrine of the Twelve Apostles. 

Translated by Charles Bigg. London, 

1898. 80 pp. [Early church classics.] 


Thomas i Kempis. 

The imitation of Christ, called also The 
ecclesiastical music: a revised translation, 
notes, and introduction by C. Bigg. Lon- 
don, 1898. 3449a.i50 
Use, The, of Sarum. [Part i.] Cambridge, 
1898. Plan. 3464.66 

Contents. — The Sarum customs ts set t<Mth in 
the consuetudinary and customsry. The original 
[Latin] texts edited from the icas., by W. H. 



Well don, James Edward Cowell. 
The hope of immortality. 2d edition. Lon- 
don, 1898. [Hulsean lectures.] 3457.175 
Wascr, Otto. 
Charon, Charun, Charos. Mythologisch- 
archaolog^sche Monographie. Berlin, 1898. 


Law. Legislation . 

Hoar, George Frisbie. 

The Virgmia state bar association. Annual 

address, "Relation of the American bar to 

the state." Richmond, 1898. 30 pp. 

Portr. = 563539 

Useful and Industrial 


Arkwright, John P., editor. 
Cabinet-making for amateurs ... By va- 
rious hands. London. [1899.] IHus. 

Bell, George W. 
Street-paving in Sydney. Sydney, N. S. W., 
1895- (i), 27 pp. Map. Plan. Pis. 

Britten, Frederick James. 
On the springing and adjusting of watches 
. . . London, 1898. Illus. 8019. 191 

Buchanan, Louis Alexander. 
Buchanan's gear chart, for the use of 
draughtsmen, pattern-makers, machinists, 
and designers. San Francisco, 1897. 12 
pp. Pis. 8014.186 

Crews, Lichtenstadt, Roth & co. 
Telegraphic code. London, 1886. Z7 PP- = 

Lockert, Louis. 

Petroleum motor-cars. London, 1898. Illus. 

Lodge, Oliver Joseph. 
Signalling across si>ace without wires. New 
and enlarged edition. London. [1898.] 
72 pp. Illus. 7969.85 

Merckel, Curt 
Die Ingenieurtechnik im Alterthum. Ber- 
lin, 1899. Illus. Map. '^'4031.12 
Phillips, Wijiliam BatUe. 
Iron making in Alabama. 2d edition. 
Montgomery, Ala., 1898. 5872.70 
Washburn, Frederick Leonard. 
Continuation of experiment in propagating 
eastern oysters on the Oregon coast: Re- 
port of work, summer of 1898. [Eugene, 
Oregon, 1898.] (5) pp. Illus. = 


Williams^ James H., & co., Brooklyn N. Y. 

Bicycle drop-forgings. 1894^ [1896/7, and] 

Supplement to 1896/7. Brooklyn, 1894- 

(97]. 3 parts. Ulus. = 8039.45 


Agriculture. Domestic Animals. 

Bordiga, Oreste. 
Economia rurale. Parte i. Milano. [1898.] 

Dog, The, and how to breed, train and keep 

him. Boston, 1894. 65 pp. Illus. = 

Jekyll, Gertrude. 

Wood and garden. Notes and thoughts of 
a working amateur. London, 1899. Pis. 

Roth, Filibert. 
On the forestry conditions of northern Wis- 
consin. Madison, Wis., i8q8. Map. [Wis- 
consin. Geological and natural history 
survey. 1 = ♦582oa.20.i 

Roze, Ernest. 
Histoire de la pomme de terre. Paris, 1898. 
Illus. 3991.132 

Military and Naval Art, Science, 
and History. 

Gray, Thomas, assistant secretary to the Board 
of trade, London. 
Regulations for preventing collisions at sea. 
London, 1872. 63 pp. Pis. = 3956.35 
Greer, James Augustin. 
The navy in the war of the American Revo- 
lution. [Washington? 1898.] 15 pp = 

4414. 126. 1 
Hardy de Perini, Marie Joseph Felix Edouard. 
Batailles frangaises. [Tome] 2, 3. Paris. 
[1898.] 2 V. Illus. Portrs. Maps. 

Money, Hernando De Soto. 
Shall we have a navy? Speech in the House 
of representatives, February 15, 1895. 
16 pp. = 4228.62 

Stead, William Thomas. 
The United States of Europe on the eve of 
the Parliament of peace. N. Y., 1899. 
Portrs. Maps. Pis. 2308.45 

War emergency relief board, Cleveland, Ohio. 
Report, June, 1898-November, 1898. [Cleve- 
land, 1898.] = *442oa.99 
Wilmot, Sydney Marow Eardley-. 
Life of Vice-admiral Edmund, Lord Lyons. 
With an account of naval Qperations in 
the Black sea and Sea of Azoff 1854-56. 
London, 1898. Portrs. Pis. Maps. 


Amusements. Games. 


Ayers, Edward T. 

Bowls, bowling greens, bowl playing. 2d 

edition. London, 1894. Pis. 4009.239 
Bicycling world, The. Vol. i, no. i. Boston, 

1879. 16 pp. No. 2 in ♦6001.48 

1 88 

Knickerbocker athletic club, New York. 
Amateur billiard championship of America. 

(Class A.) Souvenir. [N. Y.. 1899] Le^,?a8^<^» -^^^.^Sl^- 
71^ (i) pp. Illus. Portr. 4009.228 ''•" - * '"•• •"• 

Rehfus, Carl. 
Durch norwegische Jagdgrtinde. Von Ober- 
lander f Pseud.]. Neudamm, 1899. Illus. 



In Spanish. 

Historia de Gil Bias de Santillana. Tradu- 
cida al castellano por el Padre Isla. Leip- 
zig, 1883. 2 V. **D.26oa.ii7 
Perez Gald6s, Benito. 

Zumalacarregui. Madrid, 1898. 3099.185 

A story of the Carlists. 


In Dutch. 

Marez, Hendrik de. 
De bruid van Quinten Metsys. Een ver- 
haaltje. Antwerpen. [1894.] (i). 76 pp. 


In EngUsh. 

King, Charles. 
From school to battle-field. A story of the 
war days. Phila., 1899. Pis. 77.127 

A trooper Galahad. Phila., 1899. 68.17 

McManus, Blanche. 
Told in the twilight. Stories to tell to chil- 
dren. N. Y. [1898.] Pis. 77.121 
Moles worth. Mary Louisa. 
Mary and My new home. N. Y., 1896. 


In French. 

Leclercq. Paul. 
L'^toile rouge. [Nouvelles.] Paris, 1898. 

Verne, Jules. 
Michel Strogoff . . . Paris. [189-?] 2 v. 
Illus. Map. 2676.228 

In German. 

Grabowski, Stanislaus Stephan Albert, Graf 
Aus dem Officierleben. Humoristische 
Bilder. Berlin, 1863. 6897.60 

Herczeg, Ferencz. 
Die erste Schwalbe und andere Erzahlungen. 
Aus dem Ungarischen iibersetzt von Ernst 
Grossmann. Leipzig. [1898.] 4896.50.394 
Jahn, Ernst Reinhold. 

Die beiden Englander. Humoreske. Leip- 
zig. [1898.] 94 pp. 4896.50.396 
Jerome, Jerome Klapka. 

Die miissigen Gedanken ernes Miissigen. 
Ubersetzt nach dem 132. Tausend von 
Fritz Heilbron. Leipzig. [1898.] 

Roemhild, Willy. 

Magyaren. Teil i. Dresden, 1899. 4879a.40 

Thoma, Ludwig. 

Agricola. Bauerngeschichten. Passau, 1897. 

Illus. 6897.198 

In Swedish. 

Lagerldf, Selma. 
Antikristens Mirakler. Roman. [Kj^fben- 
havn.] 1897. 4909b. 121 

Scholander, Fredrik Vflhclm. 
Fjolners saga. Berattad och ritad af Acha- 
rius [pseud.]. Stockholm, 1866. 32 ff. 
Illus. 2902.27 

Luisella. En qvinnomodells 5den. Skil- 
dringar ur Konstnarslifvet, af Acharius 
[pseud.]. Stockholm. [1867.] 4909b. 127 
Wetterbergh, Carl Anton. 
Penningar och arbete. Genremilning af 
Onkel Adam [pseud.]. Stockholm. [1893.] 

4909b. 123 

Periodicals. Annuals. 

Ilustraci6n espafiola y americana. 
Almanaque-ilbum para el alio de 1899. 

Compuesto 'por Don Antonio Garrido. 

Madrid, 1898. Illus. *7300.75 

Kadimoh. [**TDMp| A magazine in Hebrew. 

Published monthly by Grerson Rosenzweig. 

Vol. I, no. I. N. Y., 1899. *7354.20 

Associations. Clubs. 

American historical association. 
Circular letter to members [on the publica- 
tion of the American historical review]. 
[Baltimore, 1898.] (3) pp. = 4361.162 
Bamicoat fire association, Boston. 
Constitution and by-laws. [Boston, 1898.] 

31 PJP. = 44S9a.i73 

Colonial society of Massachusetts. 
[Statement of the treasurer in regard to the 
Gould memorial fund. Boston, 1898. 4 

PP- = 4353.157 

Military historical so<;iety of Massachusetts. 

Annual report [of the treastirer for 1897]. 
Boston,^ 1898. = *4357.24 

Military order of the Loyal legion of the 
United States. Ohio conmiandery. 
Proposed amendment to the constitution. 
Cmcinnati, 1897. (3) pp. = 4323.165 

Special report of the Committee of in- 
vestigation in the case of G. E. Alkins 
. . . presented . . . Feb. 3, 1897. Cincin- 
nati, 1897. 3 pp. = 4323.166 
Union club, Boston. 
Estimate of cost of addition to dnbhouse. 
[Boston, 1895.] (3) pp. = 4451.125 



Social Science. 

Political Economy. 

Archiv fur Eisenbahnwesen. 

Beilage ziim Eisenbahn-Verordnungsblatt 
des Koniglich preussischen Ministeriums 
fur Handel, Gewerbe und offentliche Ar- 
beiten Jahrg. 1-20. Berlin. [i878-]97. 

Bemis, Edward Webster, editor. 

Municipal monopolies. N. Y. [1899.] 

Contents. — Water-works. M. N. Baker. — Max- 
nicipal electric li^^hting. John R. Commons. — 
The latest electric light reports. Edward W. 



York. Max West. — Legal aspects of monopoly. 
Frank Parsons. — Street railwa]rs: Gas; Regula- 
tion of ownership. Edward W. Bemis. 

Bowie, Archibald Granger. 

The romance of the savings banks. London, 
1898. nius. Portrs. 3649a.6o 

Qeveland, Frederick A. 

The final report of the [Indianapolis] mon- 
etary commission. Phila. [1899.] 


Coulet, filie. 

Le mouvement syndical et coop6ratif dans 

I'agriculture francaise. La f^d^ration 

a^cole. Montpellier, 1898. 5563.49 

Dubois, Louis Paul. 

Essai sur les finances communales. Paris, 

1898. 9336.284 

Fagniez. Gustave, editor. 

Documents relatifs i Thistoire de Tindustrie 

et du commerce en France. [Tome] i. 

Paris,, 1898. 9944.01 

Hazard, Rowland. 

Do you want "cheap money"? [N. Y., 1898.] 

= 5649.147 

Mabilleau, Auguste Leopold Marie, and 
La pr^vo3rance sodale en Italic. Paris, 1898. 

Patten, Simon Nelson. 
The development of English thought. A 
study in the economic interpretation of 
history. N. Y., 1899. " 3563.191 

Ruehland,^ G. 
The ruin of the world's agriculture and 
trade. Dealings in 'futtu*es' of agricul- 
tural produce and silver. London, 1896. 


Straulino, Giovanni. 
Le istituzioni di credito e la circolazione 
monetaria nello stato. Firenze, 1898. 

Whitney, Henry Melville. 

Cheap money and wages: a letter to the 
employees of the West End street rail- 
way company of Boston, Mass. [Boston, 
189(5.] = 5646.162 

Political Science. 

Citizens' union, New York city. 
Public economy I A brief treatise on the 
city's finances. N. Y. [1898?] = 

, . . 5649.155 

Home rule m cities: the separation of elec- 
tions ... N. Y. [1897?! = 5567.46 
Foote, Allen Ripley. 
Powers of municipalities. A discussion of 
the report on municipal program of the 
. . . ^^ational municipal league. Indiana- 
polis, 1898. = 3564.88 
Low, Seth. 1850- 
Speech at Cooper Union, Oct. 6, 1897 . . . 
for free, honest, and efficient city govern- 
ment in Greater New York. N. Y. [1897.] 
== 4478.280 
Machiavelli, Niccol6. 
II principe. Testo critico con introduzione 
e note a cura di Giuseppe Lisio. Firenze, 
1899. 4776.27 
Reeve, John Charles. 
The referendum: i. How much of it we 
have. 2. Do we want more of it.** Day- 
ton, 1898. 23 pp. = 3564.38 
Whelen, Frederick. 
London government. London, 1898. 3568.227 



Barrows, Samuel June. 
The criminal insane in the United States 
and in foreigfn countries. Washington, 
1898. 81 pp. = 9365.1 

Caiyl, Charles W. 
^few era. Presenting the plans for the New 
era union to help develop and utilize the 
best resources of this country. Denver. 
[1898?! = 5564.144 

Charity organization society of New York. 
~ [N. Y., 1898.] 12 

District maps. 1898. 
maps. = 


Crawford, Mary C. 
The female ex-prisoner. [The Dedham 
a^lum for discharged female prisoners.] 
[Boston? 189-?] 4 pp. = 5576.152 

Demolins, Edmond. 
Les Francis d'aujourd'hui. i. Les types 
sociaux du Midi et du Centre. 3569.259 
Goodyear, Anna Forbes. 
The duty of the United States government 
concerning the poor. Boston, 1898. = 

Grimke, Francis J. 

The negro : his rights and wrongs. [Wash- 
ington, 1899.] = 7589a.264 
Grosvenor crescent club. 
Programme of arrangements for the sum- 
mer of 1898. [London, 1898.] = 5589.127 
Henderson, Charles Richmond. 

Social settlements. N. Y. [1899.] 5575.147 
James, Edmund Janes. 
The growth of great cities in area and 
population. Phila. [1899.] 3564.226 

Kingsbury, Mary M. 
Socialism as an educative and social force 
on the East side. Boston, 1898. = 5569.146 
Metzler, Gottfried. 
A concise exposition of modern socialism 
and a criticism of American reform 
parties. [2d edition.] [Phila.] = 5569a. 142 
Miller, Herbert. 
Liberty; or, the individual and society. 
Chicago. [1898?] 5565.16 

Revue sociale catholique. Vol. 3, no. i-^ 
Louvain, 1898. = *9305.44 

The current numbers are kept in the Sutistical 

Rouge et noir, pseud. 
The gambling world. Anecdotic memories 
and stories of personal experience in the 
temples of hazard and speculation. With 
some mysteries and iniquities of stock ex- 
change affairs. N. Y., 1898. 5574-153 
Seilliere, Ernest, baron. 
Litterature et morale dans le parti socia- 
liste allemand. Paris, 1898. 3569a.259 
Socialist labor party, Rhode Island. 
Algerism [and] annexation: both mean 
capitalism. [Providence, 1898.] 3565.247 
Tarde, Gabriel. 
£tudes de psychologie sociale. Paris, 1898. 

Trade unionist. Nov., Dec, 1898. [London, 

1898.J . *556o.45 

Wolff, Emil. 

Grundriss der preussisch-deutschen socialpo- 

litischen und Volkswirtschafts-Geschichte 

vom Ende des dreissigjahrigcn Krieges 

bis zur Gegenwart. (1640-1898.) Berlin, 

1899- 5567.33 

Women's institute, London. 

Autumn programme of lectures and classes. 

[London. 1897.] = 5589.122 

[Prospectus.] [London, 1897.] = 5589.120 

Public Documents. 

United States. 

Superintendent of documents. 
Bibliography of United States public docu- 


ments. relating to interoceanic communi- 
cation across Nicaragua, Isthmus of 
Panama^ Isthmus of Tehuantepec, etc 
Washington, 1899. = ♦9016.386-2 

Agriculture, Department of. 
Biological survey. 
Natural histoi^ of Tres Marias Islands, 
Mexico. Washington, 1899. 3902.64.14 

Contains bibliography. 

Experiment stations office. 
Statistics of land-grant colleges and agri- 
cultural experiment stations in the United 
States, 1898, 1899. *5993.70.57 

Sturtevant, K L. 
Varieties of corn. Washington, 1899^ 

Farmers' bulletins. 
Abel,, ^ary Hinman. 
Sugar as food. Washington, 1899. 

Denton, A. A. 

Manufacture of sorghum sirup. Wash- 
ington, 1899. 7995.40-90 

Galloway, B. T. 
Potato diseases and their treatment 
Washington, 1899. 7995-45-9I 

Greathouse, Charles H. 
Vegetable garden. Washington, 1899. 

Statistics division. 

Report on condition of winter grain and 

losses of farm animals. Washington, 1899. 

Weather bureau. Gimate and crop service. 

Annual summary. New England sectioa 
1896, 1897. = *596oa,62 

Navy department 
Naval intelligence office. 
Plueddemann, Martin. 
Comments on the main features of the 
war with Spain. Translated from the 
German. Washington, 898. = 442oa.92 
Naval war records office. 
Officers in the Confederate states navy^ 
1861-65. Washington, 1898. = ^353.7-3 
Treasury department. 
Internal revenue office. 
Laws and regulations concerning docu- 
mentary and proprietary stamps under the 
act of June 13, 1898. Washington, 1898. 

^ ♦9336.27-3 

War department 

Adjutant general. 
The autumn maneuvers of 1896 in Eu- 
rope. Washington, 1897. = $951.83 
Staffs of various armies. Washington, 
1899. = *9355^ 

Separate States. 

San Francisco. Health department 
Statement of vital statistics. Vol. i, no. 
3-V0I. 4, no. 8. Mardi, 1896-February, 
1899. [San Francisco, 1896-99. 1 = 

Maine. Governor. 

Inaugural address of LleweUyn Powers to 
the Legislature of the state of Maine, 
January 5, 1899. Augusta, 1899. = 



State library. Bibliography of works on 
taxation. Boston, 1898. = *90i6.3362 

Prepared by Ellen M. Sawyer. 

Newburyport City improvement society. 
Exercises at a special meeting of the so- 
ciety, Sept. 6, 1897. Newburyport, 1897. 

= 4355.117 

Department of state. 
Michi^n monthly bulletin of vital statis- 
tics. Edited by Cressy L. Wilbur, M.D. 
Vol. I, no. 1-16. 1897, 98. Lansing, 1899. 
= *96i4. 109774-2 

Insurance department. 
'Annual report, 30th. 1898. Advance 
sheets. Jefferson City, 1899. 9368.9778 
State board of agriculture. 
Annual report, 1888-92, 1894-97. Lincoln, 
188^-98. ♦5996.51 

Annual report. 1886-98. 9336.793 

North Caronna. 
Geological survey. 
Nitze, Henry Benjamin Charles. 

Monazite, and monazite deposits in 
North Carolina. Winston, 1895. = 


Bibliography, pp. 39-43. 

Secretary of the Commonwealth. 
Biennial report to the Governor, 1894-98. 
[Harrisburjf.] 1894-98. = * 

Bureau of mines. 
Report ... including .reports of mine in- 
spectors. 1897. [Harrisburg.] 1898. = 

Geolofirical and natural history survey. 
Bulletin. Economic series. No. i. Madi- 
son, Wis., 1898. = ♦s82oa.2o 


Trade and shipping of. London, 1899. 


New South Wales. Department of mines 
and agriculture. 
Agriculture and forestry. [Sydney, 1898.] 

= * 


Bericht tiber die K. bohm. Landesirrenan- 
stalten fur das Jahr, 1897. = 9362.2437 
Statistical Commission. 
Bewegung der Bevolkerung der im Reichs- 
rathe vertretenen Konigreiche und Lander 
im Jahre 1896. Wien, 1899. =5 9312.436 

Mouvement commercial de la Bulgarie avec 
les pays Strangers. Sophia, 1899. = 

Canada. Psirliament. 

Report of Commissioners upon the state and 
management of the St. Vincent de Paul 
penitentiary. Ottawa, 1899. = 9364.71 


Report r^th and final] of the Select stand- 
ing committee on agriculture and coloni- 
zation. Ottawa, 1898. = ♦9630.971-1 

King, William Lyon Mackenzie. 
Report on the methods adopted in Canada 
in the carrying out of government cloth- 
ing contracts. Ottawa, 1898. = ♦9331.8 

On the sweating system. 

Quebec, province. 
Board of health. 
Report, [ist]-3d, 1895-1897. Quebec, 

1895-97. = ♦9614.09714-1 


Office du travail. 
Resultats statistiques du recensement des 
industries et professions. Tome i. Intro- 
duction. — Region de Paris. Paris, 1899. 
= 9314.4-2 


Erganzungsband (i & 11) zu den Wiirttem- 
bergischen Jahrbiichern fiir Statistik und 
Landeskunde. Stuttgart, 1898. = 9314.347 

Statist! sches Handbuch fiir das gross- 
herzogthum Mecklenburg-Schwerin. i. 
Ausgabe. Schwerin, 1898. = 9314317 

Neefe, M. 

Statistisches Jahrbuch deutscher Stadte. 
Siebenter Jahrgang. Breslau, 1898. = 

Statistik der Reichstagswahlen von 1898. 
Zweiten Theil. Berlin, 1899. = 9943.084 
Zeitschrift des K. Preussischen statistischen 
Bureaus. Berlin, 1899. = 931431 

Bulletin mensuel du commerce special de la 
Grece avec les pays etrangers. Athenes, 
1898. = 9382.495-2 

India, British. 
Accounts relating to the trade and naviga- 
tion of British India. Calcutta, 1889-1899. 

= 9382.54 

Xrade by land of British India with foreign 

countries. [Monthly.] Stat. Per. 151 5 

Amsterdamsch effectenblad. 1800-11, 1814- 

69. Amsterdam. [1801-70.] 68 v. 


Previous to 1842 the title was "Prys-courant der 

Nieuw algemeen effectenblad. July 6, 1869- 
Dec. 31, 1879. Amsterdam. [1870-80.] 
10 V. *9338.5-2 

This continues the "Amsterdamsch effectenblad" 

Miscarea populatiunei Romanici in 1893. 
[Movement of the population of Rou- 
mania.], Bucuresci, 1898. = 9312.498 


Bulletin russe de statistique et de legisla- 
tion. 5e annee, 1898. St.-Petersbourg, 
1894-99. = 9336.47 

Commerce ext^rieur de la Russie par la 
frontiere d* Europe, octobre et novembre, 
1898. = 9382.47-2 

Meddelanden af geografiska foreningen i 
Finland, iv, 1897-18^. Helsingfors, 1899. 
= 9914.71-2 

List of Books and Magazine Articles 
on the Dreyfus Affair. 

Some of the books mentioned below are not yet on the shelves of the 
Library, but may be expected to arrive shortly. In addition to the material 
cited, recourse will naturally be had to the daily newspapers, for which con- 
sult the files in the Newspaper Reading Room. 

Affaire Dreyfus, L', Le proces Zola devant 
la Cour d'assises de la Seine et la Cour 
de cassation, 7-23 fevrier,3i mars-2 avril, 
1898. Compte-rendu st^nographique "in 
extenso" et documents annexes. Paris, 
1898. 2 V. 2614.77 

Bahar, Jacques. 
Esternazy contre lui-meme. Paris, 1898. 

£trennes i Dreyfus. Paris, 1897. 
Barlow, George. 
History of the Dreyfus case. London, 1898. 

Bonnamour^ George. 
Le proces Zola; impressions d'audience. 
Edition augment^e de La genese de Taf- 
faire Zola, Une heure chez Texpert Bel- 
homme, Lettre aux intellectuels, et illus- 
tr^e de cinquante dessins . . . par L. 
Sabattier. Paris. [1898.I Illus. Portrs. 
Pis. 2614.76 

Brulat, Paul. 
Violence et raison. (L'af faire Dreyfus.) 
Paris, 1898. 
Brtmeti^re, Marie Ferdinand. 
Apres le proces. R^ponse k quelques "in- 
tellectuels." Paris, 1898. 2^.194 

Contents. — L'antis^mitisme. — L'arm6e et la d^- 
mocratie. — De quelques intellectuels. 

Carrere, Jean. 

Affaire Dreyfus. R^ponse i £mile Zola. 

Paris. Rouam et cie. 1898. 

Announced, but probably newr published. 

Chronology [of the Dreyfus case, and Short 
biographies of the persons concerned in 
it]. (Cut from the Boston transcript, 
Oct., 1898.) *26ioa.79 

Ge, La, de Taffaire Dreyfus. Observations 
graphologiques sur T^criture du com- 
mandant Esterhazy. Opinions des experts 
sur I'ecriture du Capitaine Dreyfus. 
Paris. [1899.] Broadside. Fac-similes. 


Colline, Michel. 
Billets de la province. (Affaire Dreyfus.) 
Paris, 1898. 

Conybeare, Frederick Comwallis. 
The Dreyfus case. London, 1898. Portrs. 
Fac-slmile. 26i9a.92 

loe Edition. 

Dreyfy^, Alfred. 
Lettres d'un innocent Paris, 1898. Fac- 
similes. ' 26193.93 
Drumont et Dresrfus. &udes sur la "Libre 
Parole" de 1894 i 1895 par TArchivistc 
Paris, 1898. 
Dudaux, Pierre J&mile. 
Propos d'un solitaire. L'affaire Dreyfus. 
Paris, 1898. 26193.86 
Escoffier, L6on. 
Oh6 les jeunes! Paris, 1898. 

Plaidoyer en faveur de la folie g6n6rea8e de I'acte 
de Zola . . . 

Falk, Victor von. 

Auf ewi^ getrennt? oder Kapitan Dreyfus 

und seiner Gattin. Berlin, 1898. 

Purely imaginary. 

Gohier, Urbain. 
L'arm6e contre la nation. 
Paris, 1899. 
Grand-Carteret, John. 
L'affaire Dreyfus et Timage. Paris. [1898.] 
Illus. PL 80693.109 

Gu^tant, Louis. 
Dites-nous vos raisons. Lettre i M. Mir- 
m3n i propo^ de Taffaire Dreyfus. Paris, 
La jeunesse. Annonay, 1898. 2614.74 

Relates to ftmile Zola and the Dreyfns affair. 
Guyot, Yves. 
La revision du proems Dreyfus. Faits et 
documents juridiques. Paris, 1898. Fac- 
similes. 26103.77 
Guyou, Greorges. 
The Dreyfus case. With a prefatory note 
by Prof. P. Geddes. Edinburgh, 1898. 
[Current events series. No. i.] 2(5193.90 
Haime, E. de. 
Affaire Dreyfus. Les faits acquis i This- 
toire. Paris, 1898. 
Hale, Richard Walden. 

The Dreyfus story. Boston, 1899. 26193.106 
Hess, Je3n. 

A rile du Diable. Enqnete d'un rqK>rter 

aux lies du Salut et i Cayenne. Paris. 

[1898.] nius. Portr. 26193.95 

Jaur^s, Jean. 

Les preuves. Affaire Drejrfus. Paris, 1898. 


Laporte, Antoine. 

Cour d'assises. Police correctionnelle. 
fimile Zola et les Dresrf us ou la d6bade 
des traitres. Paris, 1898. 
Lazare, Bernard. 

Comment on condamne un innocent L'acte 
d'accusation contre le Capitaine Dreyfus. 
Paris, 1898. 3614.7s 

Une erreur judidaire. L'affaire Dreyfus. 
2e m6moire, avec des expertises d'6cri- 
tures de Cr6pieux-Jamin, Gustave Bridier, 
etc Paris, 1897. 26ioa.76 

Une erreur judiciaire. La v6rit6 sur Taf- 
faire Dreyfus. 2e Edition. Paris. [1897.] 


Le commandant Mardoch6e. Paris, 1898. 
6tade, sous forme de roman, des moeurs mili- 
taires et des juifs dans rarm6e, k propos de l'af- 
faire Dreyfus. 

Lemazurier, Jean. 

Cat6chisme dreyfussard. Paris, 1898. 
Lentillon^ J. M. 
Lettre ouverte i £mile Zola, en r^ponse i 
sa lettre au president de la Republique. 
Lyon, 1898. 
Marin, Henri Paul Constantin. 
Le Capitaine Lebrun-Renault? Paris, 1898. 

2619a. 104 
Dreyfus? (Documents, &c) Paris, 1898. 
Histoire populaire de Taffaire Dreyfus. 
Paris, 1898. 26i9a.97 

Le Lieutenant-colonel Du Paty de Gam? 
Paris,' 1898. 2619a. 102 

Le Lieutenant-colonel Henry? Paris, 1899. 

2619a. 103 

Peters, Madison C. 

Justice to the Jew: the story of what he 

has done for the world. N. Y. [1899.] 

Aims to fix the responsibility of the Dreyfus af- 

Pressens^, Francis de. 

L'affaire Dreyfus. Un h6ros: le Colonel 

Picquart. 6e Edition. Paris, 1899. 


Reinach^ Joseph. 

A rile du Diable. Paris, 1898. 
L'affaire Dreyfus. Vers la justice par la 
v6rit6. Paris, 1898. 26193.100 

R^ville, A. 
Affaire Dreyfus. Les topes d'un intellec- 
tuel. Pans, 1898. 
Revision, La, du proems Dreyfus i la Cour de 
cassation "in extenso," 27-29 oct. 1898. 
Paris, 1898. 26193.94 

Saint-Georges de Bouhelier, pseud. 
L'affaire Dreyfus. La revolution en marche. 
Paris, 1898. 26193.87 

Sincere, Pierre, pseud. 
Le proems Dreyfus devant I'opinion. Paris, 

Trarieux, L. 

Lettre i M. Godefroy Cav3ign3c i propos 
de I'dffsire Dreyfus. Paris, 1898. 

ViUane, £. 

L'opinion publique et r3ff3ire Dreyfus. 
Paris, iS^ 
Villemar, H. 

Drejrfus intime. Paris, 1898. 26193.98 


Vr3ie reponse, La, des ^tudiants i MM. 
fimile Zola et Aujar. Paris, 1898. 
On yellow paper, si^ed: Un groupe d'^tudiants . 
Wyzewa, Theodore, comte de. 

L'aff3ire Dreyfus. Les dessous d'une tr3- 
hison. Paris. [1898.] Illus. Portrs. Pis. 

Z0I3, £mile. 

The Dreyfus C3se. Four letters to Fr3nce. 
I. To the youth of France. 2. To Fr3nce. 
3. To M. Felix F3ure, president. 4. To 
the Minister of W3r. With an introduc- 
tion by L, F. Austin. London, 1898. 
Portr. 26193.91 

Hum3nite, v6rit6, justice. L'3ff3ire Drey- 
fus. Lettre i I3 Fr3nce. P3ris, 1898. 

No. I in 26103.78 

Hum3nit6, v^rit^, justice. L*3ff3ire Drey- 
fus. Lettre i I3 jeunesse. Psris. 1897. 

No. 2 in 26103.78 

Hum3nit6, v^rit^, justice. L'i*ff3ire Drey- 
fus. Lettre 3U president de I3 Republique. 
P3ris, 1898. 

Humsnite, v6rit6, justice. L*3ff3ire Drey- 
fus. Lettre 3U 6tudi3nts. P3ris, 18^. 

The tri3l of £mile Z0I3. Cont3ining [his 
letter to President F3ure relsting to the 
Dreyfus C3se, 3nd 3 full report of the fif- 
teen d3ys' proceedings in the Assize court 
of the Seine]. N. Y., 1898. 7698.5 

Magazine Articles. 

Aff3ire Dreyfus, L'. (In Le Monde illustre, 
m3i 18, 1899.) Per. room 

Aff3ire Dreyfus, L'. (In The S3turd3y re- 
view, June 3, 1899.) Per. room 
Ameisen, Arthur. 
Courts m3rti3l: the Dreyfus C3se. (Com- 
p3rison of French 3nd Americ3n courts.) 
(In The Americ3n l3w review, Jsnuary, 
18^.) Per. room 
Brunetiere, Marie Ferdinand. 
Apr^s le proces. (In Revue des deux 
mondes, mars, 1898.) Per. room 
Ch3mberl3in, H. R. 
Dreyfus affair and French public opinion. 
(In The Ch3ut3uqu3n, M3rch, 1899.) 

Per. room 
Ch3rmes, Francis. 
Revue chronique. (In Revue des deux 
mondes. V3rious numbers to date.) 

Per. room 
Cohn, Adolphe. 
Dreyfus case: past history and present st3te 
of. (In The Outlook, Dec. 3, 1898.) 

Per. room 
Colonne, Alphonse de, comte. 
The French judicial system. (In The Nine- 
teenth century, March, 1899.) Per. room 
Conybeare, Frederick Cornwall is. 
Dreyfus case. (In The National review, 
October, 1898.) Per. room 

French milit3ry justice. (In The N3tion3l 
review, November, 1898.) Per. room 

Genersl de Boisdeffre. (In The N3tion3l 
review, April, 1899.) Per. room 



The Jesuit view. (In The National review, 
March, 1899.) Per. room 

Treason in the French war office. (In The 
National review, December, 1898.) 

Per. room 
Coubertin, Pierre. 
Contradictions of modern France. (In The 
Fortnightly review, March, 1898.) 

Per. room 
Crawford, T. C. 
Dreyfus mystery. (In The Cosmopolitan, 
March. 1898.) Per. room 

Crime of the century. (In Leslie's weekly, 
June 22. 1899.) Per. room 

Demoralization of France. (In The Contem- 
porary review, March, 1898.) Per. room 
Dreyfus case. Events from May to Novem- 
ber. (In The Political science quarterly, 
December, 1898.) Per. room 

Dreyfus judgment. (In The Spectator, June 
10, i8cp.) Per. room 

Farleigh, K Austin. 
The case of Captain Dreyfus. (Comparison 
of French and English courts martial.) 
(In The Westminster review, January, 
1898.) Per. room 

Guyot, Yves. 
Dreyfus affair. (In The Contemporary re- 
view, May, 1898.) Per. room 
Dreyfus case. (In The Forum, November, 
1898.) Per. room 
Drevfus case: drama and its significance. 
(In The Nineteenth century, January, 
1899.) Per. room 
Laffitte, Paul. 
La paix publique. (In Revue politique et 
litteraire. Revue bleue, mars, 1898.) 

Per. room 
Littlefield, W. 
Truth about Dreyfus. (In Munsey's maga- 
zine, May, 1899.) Per. room 
Lushington, Sir Godfrey. 
Conspiracy against Captain Dreyfus. (In 
The National review, June, 1899.) 

Per. room 
M. Dupuy and M. Beaureoaire. (In The 
National review, March, 1899.) Per. room 
Maxse, Leo J. 
The key to the Dreyfus mystery. (In The 
National review, Oct., 1898.) Per. room 
Military terror in France. (In The National 
review, July, 1898.) Per. room 

M. Cavaifirnac's vindication of Captain Drey- 
fus. (In The National review, August, 
1808.) Per. room 

Russia and the Dreyfus case. (In The Na- 
tional review, Nov., 1898.) Per. room 
The sins of the syndicate. (In The National 
review, March, 1899.) Per. room 

Mazel, Henri. 
Considerations psychologiques autour de 
I'affaire Dreyfus. (In Revue de Belgique, 
ser. 2, vol. 22, pp. 105-130.) 

Per. room 

Military espionage in France. (In The Quar- 
terly review, April, 1898.) Per. room 
M. Zola and the Dreyfus-Esterhazy affair. 
(In The Review of reviews (Eng.), Feb- 
ruary, 1898.) Per. room 
Morse, John T., jr. 
Dreyfus and Zola trials. (In The Atlantic 
monthly, May, 1898.) Per. room 
Murray, David C. 
Some notes on the Zola case. (In The Con- 
temporary review, April, 1898.) Per. rootn 
Narrative of Dreyfus's jailor. (In Public 
opinion, December 16, i8q8.) Per. room 
Negative ruler. The, of France. (In Black- 
wood's Edinburgh magazine, June, 1899.) 

Per. room 
Reinach, Joseph. 
Present aspects of the Dreyfus case. (In 
The North 'American review, June, 1899.) 

Per room 
Sanborn, Alvan F. 
French working men and the Dreyfus affair. 
(In The Outlook, June 10, 1899.) 

Per. room 
Sources of conspiracy. (In The Saturday re- 
view, June 10, 1899.) Per. room 
T., K V. 
Dreyfus case. (In The Contempoiary re- 
view, October, 1898.) Per. room 
Thompson, Seymour D. 
Revision of Dreyfus case. (In The Green 
bag, January, 1899.) Per. room 
Tonjoroff, S. Ivan. 
The clash of races in Europe. (In The 
Arena, March, 1899.) Per. room 
Trial of Zola. (In Blackwood's Edinburgh 
magazine^ March, 1898.) Per. room 
Tricolor, pseud. 
Coming revolution in France. (In The 
Contemporary review, January, 1899.) 

Per. room 
Vandam, A. D. 
Dreyfus revival. (In The Saturday review, 
Nov. 27, 1897.) Per. room 

Victory of justice. (In The Speaker, June 10, 
1899.) Per. room 

Vindex, pseud. 
Case of Dreyfus. (In The Forum, June, 
1897.) Per. room 

Warren, Mary S. 
Madame Dreyfus. (In Cassell's family 
magazine, November, 1898.) ^352-J 

Whitridge, Frederick W. 
Zola, Dreyfus, and the French republic (In 
The Political science quarterly, June, 
1898.) Per. room 

Wolf, Lucien. 
Anti-Semitism and the Dreyfus case. (In 
The Fortnightly review, January, 18^) 

Per. room 

Zola, Dreyfus case, and the Jewish crusade in 

France. (In The Review of reviews 

(N. Y.), March, 1898.) Per. room 



Philip Henry Savage, a member of the Library staff since 1896, and re- 
cently appointed Clerk of the Corporation, died on June 4, 1899. 

Mr. Savage, son of the Rev. Minot J. Savage, D.D., and of Ella (Dodge) 
Savage, was born at North Brookfield, Mass., on February 11, 1868. He 
was graduated from the English High School in Boston in the year 1885, 
and from the class of 1893 of Harvard College, which conferred on him the 
degree of A.M. in 1896. After a year (1893-4) at the Harvard Divinity 
School, he acted as assistant in the English Department of the university dur- 
ing 1895-96. During the summer of 1896 he was appointed an instructor in 
English at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, but he resigned this 
position to enter the service of the Public Library as Secretary to the Librarian. 

This office, requiring unusual patience and ability to control vexatious 
detail, he filled with great acceptability. His mind was singularly direct and 
ingenuous, and his manner winning and responsive. He was held in marked 
respect by his associates, and his death called forth expressions of the deepest 

The author of two volumes of verse, Mr. Savage had already begun to 
meet with recognition as a force gentle, yet strong, in the younger American 
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The Hon. Frederick O. Prince died at his residence on June 6, 1899, in 
the eighty-second year of his age. He was born in Boston on January 18, 18 18, 
graduated from the Boston Latin School, and from Harvard College in the 
class of 1836. 

He was Mayor of Boston in 1876, 1879, and 1880, a member of the Board 
of Trustees of the Boston Public Library from 1 888-1 899, and from October, 
1895, ^"^^1 ^^^ retirement in May, 1899, he served as President of the Board. 

On the occasion of his retirement the Board of Trustees addressed a tribute 
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On June 17, 1899, died at his residence on Marlboro Street, William 
Whitwell Greenough. He was the only child of William and Sarah (Gardner) 
Greenough, and was born in Boston, June 25, 181 8. He attended the Boston 
Latin School and the private school of Mn F. P. Leverett, and was a graduate 
of Harvard College in the class of 1837. It was his intention to become an 
oriental scholar, and he partly fitted himself to that end at Andover, but soon 
entered business with his father. In 1853 he was elected to the Treasurership 
of the Boston Gaslight Company, and this office he held until 1889. Mr. 
Greenough was chosen a Trustee of this Library in 1856, and from 1866 until 
his retirement in 1888 was President of the Board. The Proceedings and the 
Correspondence of the City Government and of the Board of Trustees on the 
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1710). The book was once in the P.riQce Li- 
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Aimuaire de Tarmde frangaise pour 1899. 

Paris, 1899. B. H. Ref. 312.1 

Oarke, Hup^h Archibald. 

Pronouncing dictionary of musical terms. 

PhUa. [1896.] *4042.40 

Davis, John David. 

A dictionary of the Bible. Phila., 1898. 
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Greater Boston business directory and register. 
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B. H. Ref. 563.15 

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Holt, Rosa Bell, editor. • 
Gassical authors. Ancient and wise thoughts 
of famous men who lived before Christ. 
Vignette edition. London. [1896.] Illus. 

Index juridicus. The Scottish law list for 
1899. Edinburgh. [1899.I 

B. H. Ret, 334.19 
India list, and India office list for 1899. Lon- 
don. \i9^] Map. B. H. Ref. 314.5 
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Cilatenlexikon. Sammlun? von Citaten, 
Sprichworten, sprichwortlichen Redens- 
arten und Sentenzen. Leipzig, 1899. 


Genealogy. Heraldry. 

Barnard, Robert Merry, compiler. 
Barnard. Robert Barnard, of Andover, 
Mass., and his descendants. Everett, 1899. 

40 ff. 4434.247 

Dean, Gardner Milton. 

A genealogy of the descendants of James 

Dean, one of the settlers of Oakham, 

Mass. Boston, 1889. 29 pp. = 4432.145 

Greenwood, Charles Curtis/ ^^MS 

Eoitaphs from the ofd burying ground, 

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Lmcoln, James Minor. ^^JJ-*^ 

The Lincoln family, and branches, of Ware- 

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Sage, Martha Hill. ^4^4-^9 

Old families of the First parish. Read at 
the centennial of the First parish churdh, 
BUIenca, Massachusetts. [Boston.] 1808 
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Ferri^re, fimile. 
fitymologie de quatre cents prenoms usites 
en France. Paris, 1898. 2639.20 


Achelis, Thomas. 

Friedrich Nietzsche. Hamburg, 1895. 39 pp. 

No. I in * 
Baumgartner, Alexander. 

Gothe's Jugend. Eine Culturstudie. Frei- 
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Belloc, Joseph Hilaire Pierre. 
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Blakeney, Robert. 
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Breal, Michel Jules Alfred. 
Deux i6tudes sur Goethe. Un officier de 
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Browning, Oscar. 
Charles xii. of Sweden. London, 1899. 

Buelow, Gabriele von, geb. Humboldt 
Gabriele von Biilow, daughter of Wilhelm 
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Portrs. 2844.88 

Gemens, Will M. 
A ken of Kipling. N. Y., 1899. Portr. 

Fechtner, Eduard. 
John Locke, ein Bild aus den geistigen 
Kampfen Englands im 17. Jahrhundert 
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Force, Manning Ferguson. 
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Hay, Mrs. Alexander. 

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Hill, Constance. 
Story of the Princess Des Ursins in Spain 
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"The Princess Des Ursins was m central and 
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Kossmann, Robby. 
Lord Nelson und der Herzog Franz Carac- 
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No. 8 in * 
Lemerre, Alphonse, editor. 
Le tombeau de Th^ophile Gautier. Paris, 
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A memorial volume, consisting of poems on Gau- 
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Lewes, Louis. 
Lord Byron. Hamburg, 1897. 47 PP- 

No. 6 in * 
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McGure, J. B., editor. 
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Marcks, Erich. 
Kaiser Wilhelm i. 3te Auflage. Leipzig^ 

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Martyrdom, The, of an empress. [Anon.] 

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The empress of Austria. 

Nover, Jakob. 1845- 
Hans Sachs. Hamburg, 1895. 58 pp. 

No. 13 in * 
Pahde, Adolf. 
Der erste deutsche Afrikaforscher (Fr. K. 
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burg, 1895. 42 pp. Map. 

No. 6 in ♦5914.50.N.F.10 
Quincy, Joseph Sevin, comte de. 
M^moires. Publics . . . pour h Soci^t^ de 
rhistoire de France par L^n Lecestre. 
T. I. 1690-1703. Paris, 1898. 4644.7J5 
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Stem, Richard. 
Erinnerungsblatter an Julius Stem. Lelp* 
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Stryker, William Scudder. 
A study of George Washington. Read be- 
fore the Society [of the Cincinnati], Feb. 
22, 1897. Trenton, 1898. 8 pp. = 


Waliszewski, Kazimierz. 

MarysieAka : Marie de la Grange d' Arquien, 

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Krebs, Wilhelm. 
Der Koreakrieg in seinen natiirlichen Be- 
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volkerungsverhaltnissen Ostasiens. Ham- 
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No. 16 m ♦5914.50. N.F. 10 
Marx, Theobald. 
En^and in Indien. Hamburg, 1895. 40 pp. 

No. 18 in ♦5914.50. N.F. 10 
Petrie, William Matthew Flinders. 
A history of Egjrpt London, 1897, 99. 2 v. 
nius. 5050.192 

VoL I is of the 4th edition. VoL a is of the sd 

Valentine, John J. 

"Imperial democracy." Dutch colonizers in 

Malaysia. Annexation of the PhOippines. 

San Francisco, 1899. 53 pp. = 4228.80 


Fowler, Joseph Thomas, editor. 
Extracts from the account rolls of the 
Abbey of Durham, from the original mss. 
Vol. I. Durham, 1898. fSurtees society.] 

Gifford, Augusta Hale. 
Germany f her people and their story. Bos- 
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Green, Emanuel, F.S.A., editor. 
Pedes finium commonly called Feet of fines 
for the county of Somerset, i Edward 11. 
to 20 Edward iii. 1507-1^46. London, 
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Murray, James, M.A., of Kilmacolm. 

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Cambridge chronicle. 
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Davis, William Watts Hart 
The Fries rebellion, 1798-99. An armed re- 
sistance to the house tax law, in Bucks 
and Northampton counties, Pennsylvania. 
Doylestown, Fa., 1899. Portrs. Pis. 

Hathaway, Samuel. 
The history of Redemption rock [at Prince- 
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**On this rock May the md, 1676. an agreement 
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landson of Lancaster between John Hoar of Con- 
cord and the Indians." — Pagi 5. 

Hinsdale, Burke Aaron. 

The old Northwest Revised edition. N. Y., 

i8d9. Maps. 4374-149 

Humphreys, Henry H. 

Reply to General Porter's articles which 

have appeared in the Century magazine 

during 1896 and 1897. N. Y., i8c^. 32 

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Knortz, Carl. 1841- 
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Hamburg, 1898. 84 pp. 

No. 19 in ♦59i4,5o.N.F.i2 
Lamed, Charles W. 

History of the "Battle monument at West 
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Longshore, Joseph S., and Benjamin L. 


The centennial liberty bell. Independence 

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Stryker, William Scudder. 
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the Trenton batUe monument, Dec. 26, 
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Boissier, Marie Louis Antoine Gaston. 
Roman Africa. Archaeological walks in Al- 
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Burgess, James. 

Revised list of antiquarian remains in the 
Bombay presidency, and the native states 
of Baroda, Palanpur, Radhanpur, Kathia- 
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Maratha minor states. Revised by Henry 
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[Archxol(Mpcal survey of India.] ^3040. 154 
Eyssenhardt, Franz Rudolf. 
Aosta und seine *Alterthiimer. Hamburg, 
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Forster, Robert Henry. 
The amateur antiquary: his notes concern- 
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Thomas, Cyrus. 
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Die Venus von Milo und die spatere Ausge- 
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Burlington fine arts club, London. 
Report 3 of a sub-committee appointed to 
test certain methods devised for the pres- 
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[London.] 1898. 4 pp. 8074.188 

CoUignon, Maxime. 
La polychromie dans la sculpture grecque. 
Paris, 1898. Pis. 8089.46 

Cook, Edward Tyas. 
A popular handbook to the Tate gallery, 
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1898. Plan. ♦8075.172 
Hubbard, Elbert. 

Little journeys to the homes of eminent 

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Kaiser, Victor. 

Homer und die Sibylle in Kaulbachs Bilder- 

kreis der Weltgeschichte. Hamburg, 1897. 

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Maindron, G. R. Maurice. 

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Seidlitz. Woldemar von. 

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Stieglitz, Alfred. 

Exhibition of photographs, at the Camera 

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Thomson. David Croal, compiler. 

Illustrated catalogue. The Tate gallery. 
The National gallery of British art. Lon- 
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Selected examples of decorative art from 
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Cab 80. 197. 1 

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Architecture. Building. 

Barker and Nourse. 
Illustrations of a few buildings erected from 
designs by Barker & Nourse, arJiitects, 
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B)rme, Austin T. 
Inspection of the materials and workmanship 
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Dillenbeck^ Gark. 

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Totten, George Oakley, jr. 

Report upon the iv International congress 

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Secretary of the Treasury. Washington, 

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Sammtliche Pianoforte- Werke. Kritisch re- 
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Fragerolle, Georges. 
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Shaw, George Bernard. 
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Campra. Motets a i., 11. et iii. voix, avec la 
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— Navarra. Duo pour deux violons avec . . . 
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— Peteneras. Caprice espagnol pour violon 
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The maps represent southern Rhodesia, and Af- 
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Foreman, John. 
The Philippine islands. 2d edition. N. Y., 
1899. Pis. Portrs. Maps. JQ45.I59 

Eraser, Tohn Foster. 
Round the world on a wheel. By John Fos- 
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Graham, Robert Bontine Cunninghame. 
Mogreb-el-Acksa. A Journey in Morocco. 
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Hesse- Wartegg, Ernst von. 
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Hourst, fimile Auguste L6on. 
French enterprise in Africa. The personal 
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The original French ii on shdl-no. jos&isi. 
Hyne, Cutdiffe. 
Through arctic Lapland. London, 1898. 
Illus. Map. 4863.1 

Lyth (pseud.). 
The golden south. Memories of Aastralian 
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Manning, Samuel. 
The land of the Pharaohs; drawn with pen 
and pencil. Partly rewritten by R. Lovett 
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Miller, William, M.A. 
Travels and politics in the new east. Lon- 
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In the Australian bush, and on the coast of 
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Younghusband, Francis Edward. 

'Among the celestials. A narrative of travels 

in Manchuria, across the Gobi desert, 

through the Himalayas to India. Abridged 

from ''Tne heart of a continerit" London, 

1898. Pis. Ma^. 3046.178 

The heart of a continent is on 3084.112. 


Black, Charles Bertram. 
The south of France. East half. Part 2, 
including the valleys of the Rhcne, the 
Durance & the Po . . . 5th edition. Lon- 
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Dodd, Anna Bowman. 
In and out of three Normandy inns. Bos- 
ton, 1899. lUus- = 2664.1 II 
Hole, Samuel Reynolds. 
Nice and her neighbours. Londor, 1881. 
Illus. = 2766.74 
Manning, Samuel, LLD. 
Italian pictures, drawn with pen and pencil. 
A new edition, revised by S. G. Green. 
[London, 188-?] Illus. 2761.14 
Scott, William, of Venice. 
Rock villages of the Riviera. London, 1898. 
Illus. Map. 3769.45 
Temple, Edward Lowe. 
Old world memories. Boston, 1899. 2 v. 
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Friederich^ Gustav. 
Am stillen Ocean. Erlebnisse in Honduras, 
Kalifomien und Alaska. Berlin, 1898. 

4369a. 167 

Ricaud, J. A. 

£tude commerciale-industrielle-^onomique- 

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Language. Rhetoric. 

Dyche, Thomas. 
The spelling dictionary. 3d edition. Lon- 
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The book haa mftnoacript interlineations through- 
out, bcaidc some jo pages of manuscript addenda. 


Faidherbe, Louis L^on Cesar. 
L^igues s6n6galaises. Wolof, Arabchassa- 
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La Grasserie, Raoul de. 
Langue zoque et langue mixe. Grammaire, 
dictionnaire, textes traduits et analyses. 
Paris, 1898. [Bibliotheque linguistique 
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Nobili, Amadeo C. 
II giojello della lingua italiana. Boston, 

1899. = 4789a.4i 

Pardo de Tavera, Trinidad H. 
£1 sanscrito en la lengua tagalog. Paris, 

1887. 55 pp. ^5033-87 

Regenhardt, Carl Franz, editor. 
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Th^phile: a miracle play. Boston, 1898. 
viii, 32 pp. 4395.150 

Hertz, Henrik. 1798-1870. 
Dramatiske Vaerker. Kjfifbenhavn, 1854-1873. 
18 V. in 9. 4909C122 

Kumik, Max. 
£in Menschenalter Theater-Erinnerungen 
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Komodie der Griechen. Hambuig, 1897. 

37 pp. No. II in *S9i4.saN.F.i2 

Parigot, Hippolytc. 

Le drame d' Alexandre Dumas. Pars*, 1899. 

Philippi, Felix. 
Asra. Schauspiel. Leipzig. [1896.] 



Richepin, Jean. 

Le flibustier. Com^die en vers. Paris, i8g8. 

Rostand, Eugene Alexis Edmond. 

Les romanesqnes. Com^die en vers. Paris, 

i8q8. 72 pp. 6699a.74 
Steiger, Edgar. 

Das Werden des neuen Dramen. Berlin, 

1898. 2 V. 2877.155 

Contents. — i. Henrik Ibsen und die dramatische 
Gesellschaftskritik. a. Von Hauptmann bis Mae- 


Qodd, Edward. 
Tom Tit Tot. An essay on savage philoso- 
phy in folk-tale. London, 1898. 4578.176 
Comparetti. Domenico. 
The traditional poetry of the Finns. Tran- 
lated by Isabella M. Anderton. London, 
1898. 2902.30 

Evans, Sebastian. 
In quest of the Holy Graal. An introduc- 
tion to the study of the l^end. London, 
1898. 4578.170 

Kroff, Wilhelm. 
Antiker Aberglaube. Hamburg, 1897. 43 
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Moore, A. W., editor. 
Manx ballads and music. Douglas Isle of 
Man. 1896. Illus. 4564.134 

Words in English and Manx. 

Nover, Jakob. 1845- 
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Radlkofer, Max. 
Die sieben Schwaben und ihr hervorragend- 
ster Historiograph Ludwig Aurbacher. 
Hamburg, 1895. 48 pp. 

No. 5 in ♦5914. 50. N.F. 10 

Medicine. Hygiene. 


Brandt, Alexander. 

Vergesellschaftung und gegenseitiger Bei- 
stand bei Thieren. Hamburg, 1897. 48 pp. 

No. 15 in ♦5914.50.N.F.12 
Fluegge, Carl. 

Die Mikroorganismen. Mit besonderer Be- 
riicksichtigung der Atiologie der Infek- 
tionskrankheiten. 3. umgearbeitete Auf- 
lage. Liepzig, 1896. 2 v. Illus. 3791.129 
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Joseph Friederich Piringer: his methods 
and investigations. [Baltimore, 1897.] 13 

pp. = 3807.139 

Jones, Gaude Perry. 

Renal insufficiency, [Marlborough? 1897.]. 
= 3773.88 

Klein, Carl, M.D. 

Remarks on the balneotherapeutic treatment 
of the diseases of the digestive organs. 
[Leipsic, 1898?] 6 pp. = 3766.138 

Metcalfe, Richard. 
Life of Vincent Priessnitz, founder of hydro- 
pathy. London, 1898. Portrs. Pis. 



Moriarty, Patrick William. 
Fractures of the lower jaw and their treat- 
ment. [Boston? 18^?] 10 pp. Illus. 
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Pennsylvania. State pharmaceutical examin- 
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1897. = ♦3784.77 

Shaw, Albert Joel. 

A few clinical and anatomical points relat- 
ing to the ear. [Boston? 1898.] (3) pp. 

= 3808.115 

Wollenberg, Robert. 
Chorea, raralysis agitans, Paramyoclonus 
multiplex (Myoklonie). Wien, 1899. Illus. 
[Specielle Pathologic und Therapie.] 

♦3782. i4i.Th.2, Abth.3 
Zakhar'in, Grigori Antonovitch. 

Qinical lectures delivered before the stu- 
dents of the Imperial Moscow University. 
Translated by A. Rovinsky. Boston, 1899. 
Portr. = 3742.66 


Brown, Haydn. 

The secret of good health and long life. 2d 

edition. London, 1898. 3769.210 

Mason, William Pitt. 

Examination of water. N. Y., 1899, Illus. 

Map. 3798.38 


Ames, Joseph Sweetman, editor. 
The free expansion of gases. Memoirs by 
Gay-Lussac, Joule, and Joule and Thom- 
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Atkinson, George Francis. 
Elementary botany. N. Y., 1898. illus. 

Bauer, Max. 1844- 
Rubin und Sapphir. Hamburg, 1897. 47 pp. 

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Beneden^ £douard van. 
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tion." Kiel, 1897. Pis. Map. *7S8o.i4.5 
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Ueber Variationsrichtungen im Thierreich. 
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No. 12 in * 
Deventer, Ch. M. van. 
Physical chemistry for beginners. Trans- 
lated by B. B. Boltwood. N. Y., 1899. 
Illus. 3977.121 

Dixon, Charles. 
Curiosities of bird life. London, i8;;7. 

Hatschek, Berthold. 
The Amphioxus and its development Trans- 
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Kearton, Richard. 
Wild life at home. How to study and pho- 
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Lydekker, Richard. 
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Anthropology. Ethnology. 

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their present condition. [Cambridge, 

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Harkness, James, and Frank Morley. 
Introduction to the theory of analytic func- 
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Elements of trigonometry. 3d edition 
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University of Pennsylvania. 
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Warfield, Ethelbert Dudley. 
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William Belden Noble lectures for 1898. 
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Religion. Theology. 

American Moslem, The. Organ of 0.\t first 
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Barrows, 7ohn Henry, D.D. 
The Christian conquest of Asia. S<:ikdies of 
oriental religions. Being the Morse lec- 
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Bible. N. T. 
Das neue Testament nach der deutschen 
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The transformation of Hawaii. How Ameri- 
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Two parables. Chicago, 1898. 3447.49 

A series of sermons on the parables of the Good 

Samaritan and the Prodigal Son. 
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Bussler, Erich. 
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Dennys. Edward Nichols. 
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Fluegel. Maurice. 
The Zend-Avesta and Eastern r.'ligions. 
Baltimore, 1898. 3024.61 
Glaser, R. 
Diether von Isenburg-Budingen, Erzbischof 


und Kurfurst von Mainz (1459-1463) und 
die kirchlichen und politischen Reformbe- 
strebungen im fiinfzehnten Jahrhundert. 
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No. 18 in ♦59i4,5o.N.F.i2 
Hall, Edward Henry. 
Papias and his contemporaries: a .«tudy of 
religious thought in the second century. 
Boston, 1899. = 3506.70 

Hazen, Henry Allen. 1832- 
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Hettinger, Franz. 
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Horton, Robert Forman. 
The commandments of Jesus. N. y., 1898. 

Knox, John, Scottish reformer. 1505-1572. 
The history of the Reformation of religion 
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Lang, Andrew. 
Myth, ritual and religion. New edition. 
London, 1899. 2 v. 3497-89 

Marvin, Frederic Rowland. 
Christ among the cattle. A sermon, Port- 
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Newman, John Henry. 
History of my religious opinions. London, 

1865. 5464.22 

Another edition, bearing the title Apologia pro 
vita sua, is on shelf-no. 5464.5. In the present 
edition, Part i, most of Part 2. and about half of 
the Appendix of the Apologia nave been omitted, 
and a little new matter added. 

Stimson, Henry Albert. 
The Apostles* creed in the light of modern 
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Thomas k Kempis. 
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= *3492.79 

Ziegenbalg, Bartholomaus. 

Genealogy of the South-Indian gods. In- 
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Compton, Alfred George, and James H. de 
Advanced metal -work. Part i. The speed- 
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Chafing-dish pcfesibilities. Boston, 1898. 



Hofman, Heinrich O. 
The metallurgy of lead. Sth edition. N. Y., 

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The mechanical engineer's pocket-book. 4th 
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4019. 1 19 

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Lessons in domestic science. London, 1898. 

2 V. in I. Illus. 8oo9a.35 

Macdonald, Bernard. 

MacDonald's skeleton mining report. [Butte, 

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A volume of blank iorms to be filled out. 

Nitze, Henry Benjamin Charles, H. A. J. Wil- 
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Schiller-Tietz, . 

Neue Wege der Gahrkunde und die Malton- 
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No. 22 in ♦5914,50. N.F. 12 
Standard charcoal-iron and chemical company. 
Patents and processes for the treatment of 
wood for charcoal, acetate of lime, wood 
alcohol and other wood products. Nash- 
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Thorp, Frank Hall. 
Outlines of industrial chemistry. N. Y., 

1898. Illus. 3973.152 
Wool and cotton reporter. Vol. 13. Boston, 

1899. ♦4012.288 
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Pratical work in physics. Part 4. Mag- 
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Brown, William, of Perth. 
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Gilbert, Frank M. 
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Pinchot, Gifford, and W. W. Ashe. 
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MUitary and Naval Art, Science, 
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May, Edward Sinclair. 
Field artillery, with the other arms. Its re- 
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The military code of Pennsylvania. [Har- 
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Amusements. Games. 


American bicycling jotu-nal, The. Vol. i. Bos- 
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No more was published. 
Braddon, Hon. Sir Edward Nicholas O^ventry. 
Thirty years of shikar. Edinburgh, 1895. 
Illus. Map. 4004.133 

Sporting experiences in India. 

Brown, John 'Alexander Harvie-. 

The wonderful trout Edinburgh, 1898. 

Illus. 4009.223 

Burton, Reginald George. 

Tropics and snows: a record of travel and 

adventtu-e. London, 1898. Pis. 4005.144 

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Russia, and the adventures chiefly big game 

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Hillier, George Lacy, and T. H. S. Walker. 

The art of training for cycle racing. Berlin. 

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Hopkins, Nevil Monroe. 
Twentieth century magic and the construc- 
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Kenyon, Brewster C. 
History of the postal issues of Hawaii. 
N. p. 1895. 26 pp. Portr. = 2335.15 
Maxwell, Sir Herbert Eustace, baronet 
Salmon and sea trout. How to propagate, 
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London, 18^. Illus. 4009.214 

Neesen, Victor. 
Dr. Neesen's book on wheeling . . . from 
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Hallowe'en. Its origin and how to c-.lebrate 
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Warfield, Ethelbert Dudley. 

The place of athletics in college life. Easton, 

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Zander, Richard. 

Die Bedeutung die korperlichen Ucbungen 

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In Danish. 

Lie, Jonas Lauritz Idemil. 
Lindelin. Eventyr-Spil. Kj^^benhavn, 1897. 


In English. 

Bangs, John Kendrick. 
Peeps at people. N. Y., 1899. Pis. 



Barrett, Wilson, and Robert S. Hichens. 
The daughters of Babylon. Phila.. 1899. 

Barton, William Eleazar. 
When Boston braved the king. A story of 
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B^lor, Frances Courtenay. 

The ladder of fortune. Boston, 1899 68.32 
Brown, Alice. 

Tiverton tales. Boston, 1899. 68.37 

Brown, Helen Dawes. 

A civilian attach^. N. Y., 1899. 68.42 

Brown, Vincent 

The romance of a ritualist. London, 1898. 

Burchell, Sidney Herbert. 

The Duke's servants. Boston, 1899. $7.41 

England, 17th century. Relates to the Duke of 

Cable, George Washington. 

Stronir hearts. N. Y., 1899. 68.40 

Catherwood, Mary Hartwell. 

The queen of the swamp and other plain 

Americans. Boston, 1899. 68.44 

Farquhar, Anna. 

The professor's daughter. N. Y., 1899. 68.33 

Fowler, Ellen Thomeycroft. 

A double thread. N. Y., 1899. 57.39 

Guthrie, Thomas Anstcy. 

Love among the lions. N. Y., 1899. 57-33 

Haggard, Henry Rider. 

Swallow: a tale of the great Trek. N. Y., 

1899. Pis. 57.12 

Harraden, Beatrice. 

The fowler. N. Y., 1899. 57.31 

James, Henry. 

The awkward age. N. Y., 1899. 68.45 

Lee, Charles. 

Patd Carah, Comishman. N. Y., i8qq. 57.32 

McCook, Henry Christopher. 

Old farm fairies. A summer campaign in 

Brownieland against King Cob-veaver's 

nixies. Phila. [1895.] Illus. 77.138 

MacManus, Seumas. 

Through the turf smoke. The love, lore, 

and laughter of old Ireland. N. Y., 1899. 


Magruder. Julia. 

A heaven-ldssing hill. Chicago, 1899. 68.30 

Mason, Caroline Atwater. 

The minister of Carthage. Phila., 1899. 

Pis. 68.41 

Merriman, Henry Seton. 

Prisoners and captives. N.Y.,1899. Pis. 57.37 

Morvan, Louis. 

The secret of Fougereuse : a romance of the 

Fifteenth century. From the French by 

Louise Imogen Guiney. Boston, 1898. Pis. 

Time, Louis xi. 

Pcmberton, Max. 

The garden of swords. N.Y.,1899. Pis. {7.42 
Phillpotts. Eden. 

The children of the mist N. Y., 1899. 57.40 
Praed. Rachel M. 

Madame IzAn. N. Y., 1899. 57.35 

Rogers, 'Anna A. 

Sweethearts and wives. N. Y., 1899. 68.31 
Sidgwick, Charlotte S. 

Grasin Ivo. London, 1899. 57.29 

Smart, Helen Hamilton. 

An unofficial patriot N. Y., 1898 68.34 


Walford, Lucy Bethiah. 
A little legacy and other stories. Chicago, 

1899. 57.38 

Waterloo, Stanley. 

The wolfs long howl. Chicago, 189). 68.39 
Weyman, Stanley John. 

When love calls. Boston, 1899. 57-34 

Wilkins, Mary Eleanor. 

The Jamesons. N. Y., 1899. Col. pis. 68.43 

In German. 

Fontane, Theodor. 

Funf Schlosser. Altes und Neues aus 

Mark Brandenburg. Berlin, 1889. 2826.79 

Hoffmann, Heinrich. 

Der Struwwelpeter oder lustige Gesrhichten 

und drollige Bilder fiir Kinder von 3-6 

Jahren. 213. Auflage. Frankfurt am 

Main. [1898?] (2), 24 ff. Illus. 4870.40 

In Italian. 

Barrili, Anton Giulio. 
Sorrisi di gioventu. Ricordi e note. Mi- 
lan©, 1899. 2779a.98 
Fogazzaro, Antonio. 
II mistero del poeta. Rqpianzo. iia edi- 
zione. Milano, 1896. 2777.28 

In Spanish. 

Ochoa, Juan. 

Un alma de Dios. Novela. Barcelona, 1898. 

Illus. 30993.124 

Pardo Baz4n, Emilia. 

Cuentos de amor. Madrid. [1898.] 3096.180 

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Perez Gal do s, Benito. 

Mendizibal. Madrid, 1898. .1099.186 

Valera, Juan. 1824- 

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60 pp. = 4379a. 124 

Associations. Clubs. 

Boston veteran fireman's association. 

4th grand concert and ball. Dec. I4« 1898. 

[Boston.] 1898. 36 pp. Portrs. 4451. 129 

Society de geographic de Lyon. 

Liste des membres . . . au ler Janvier 1899. 

Lyon, 1899. 39 PP. *^<,'^ 



Social Science. 

Political Economy. 

American public health association. 

The Bertillon classification of causes of 

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Apostol, Paul. 

Das Artjel. Eine wirtschaftsgeschichtliche 

Studie. Stuttgart, 1898. 9334-147 

Litteratur, pp. xi-xiv. 

Bernard, Francois. 
Principes d' economic rurale. Les systemes 
de culture. Les speculations a^ricoles. 
Montpellier, 1898. 9338.14 

Block. Maurice. 
Une crise de la propriete rurale en Alle- 
mafi^ne, et Torganisation du credit agricole. 
Rapport . . . sur une mission en AUe- 
magne, en 1897. Paris, 1898. 5564.142 

Blunden, G. H. 
Local taxation and finance. London 1895. 

Ebner, Theodor. 
Vom deutschen Handwerk und seiner Po- 
esie. Hamburg, 1895. 51 pp. 

No. II in ♦5914.50. N.F. ID 
Finanz-Archiv. Zeitschrift fur das f;»esamte 
Finanzwesen. Hrsg. von Georg Schanz. 
Jahrg. 1-13. Stuttgart, 1884-96. 13 v. 


Jahrg. 13 contains a Register lor 1884-96. 

Giornale degli economisti. [Serie i,l vol. 4, 
5, fasc. 1-3; serie 2, anno 1-9, vol. 1-17. 
Roma [etc.]. [188^^-98.] 18 v. = 

Current numbers are kept in the Statistical de- 

Grupp, Georg. 

Englische Wirthschaftsentwickelung im Mit- 

telalter. Hamburg, 1898. 57 pp. 

No. 17 in ♦59i4.5f.N.F.i2 

Helfferich, Carl. 

Die Reform des deutschen Geldwesens nach 

der Grundung des Reiches. Leipzig, 1898. 

2 V. 9332.4043 

Lenz, Oskar. 
Ueber Geld bci Naturvolkern. Hamburg, 
1895. No. 10 in ♦5914.50. N.F. 10 

Levasseur, Pierre fimile. 
Note sur la valeur de la productioi brute 
agricole de la France. Paris, 1891. = 

Notions d*6conomie politique. [Paris, 

188-?] = 9330a 

Macfarlane, Charles William. 
Value and distribution. An historical, criti- 
cal, and constructive study in economic 
theory . . . Phila., 1899.. 9330.1-3 

Schmoller, Gustav. 
t)ber einige Grundfragen der Socialpolitik 
und der Volkswirthschaftslehre. Leipzig, 
185^. 93304 

Societe d'economie politique, Paris. 
Annuaire. Ann6e 58, 1899. Paris, 1899. = 

Sugar botmties of France, (Sermany and Aus- 
tria. London, 1899. 9337.4 
Th6ry, Edmond. 
La situation ^onomique et finance ere de 
TEspagne. Paris, 1899. = 9336.46 
Warner. Caleb H. 
The National bank of commerce of Boston. 
Cambridge, 1892. = 36490.56 
Worthington, T. 
Commercial mission to South America 
Uruguay. London, 1899. 9382.895 


Costa, Joaquin. 
Colectivismo agrario en Espaiia. Madrid, 
1898. 3652.8^ 

Coutarel, A. 
Le participationnisme : ou la justice dans 
Torganisation du travail. Paris, ;?98. 

Bibliography, pp. 566-178. 

Destree, J., and fimile Vandervelde. 
Le socidisme en Belgique. Paris, :898. 

Espinas, Alfred Victor. 
La philosophic sociale du xviii^ siede. et la 
Revolution. Paris, 189a 5563-19^ 

Heins, Maurice. 
La vie sociale modeme. Causeries sur les 
elements de la constitution et du fonc- 
tionnement des soci6t6s humaines. Paris, 
1898. 93013 

Hirschberg, Ernst 
Die soziale Lage der arbeitendtn Klassen in 
Beriin. Beriin, 1897. 9331-8-2 

Kinney, Henry C. 
The American housewife at work. A sta- 
tistical examination of the propc<^ r^ 
striction of the Chicago school board 
prohibiting the continuance of teaching 
after matrimony. [Chicago, 1898?] = 

Kol, H. van. 
Socialisme et liberty, par Rienzi fpseud.1. 
Paris, 1898. 35^.»i 


Kropotkin, Petr Alexeicvitch, prince. 
Fields, factorieSi and ^orlcshops. Boston, 

1899. 9338.04 

Laterrade, R. 

La definition du socialisme. Paris, 1899. 

Le Bon, Gustave. 
Psychologie du socialisme. Paris, 1898. 

Michel, Louise. 
La commune. 2e Edition. Paris, 1898. 

Rivista jntemazionale di scienze^ social! e dis- 
cipline ausiliarie. Pubblicazione periodica 
dell' Unione cattolica per gli studi sociali 
in Italia. Anno 7, vol. 19. Roma, 1899. 

Samson-Himmelstjema, Hermann von. 

Die westostlichen Kontraste. Hamburg, 

1897. 58 pp. No. 3 in *59i4,5<xN.F.i2 

Starcke, C N. 

La famille dans les diff^rentes soci6t6s. 

Paris, 1899. 9392.04 

Veblcn, Thorstein B. 

. The theory of the leisure class. Ar. econo 
mic study in the evolution of institutions. 
New York, 1899. 9304-1 

Ward, Lester Frank. 

Sociology and economics. Phila,, 1899. 


Political Science. 

Colonna, Egidio. 
livres du gouvemement des ro'se. A 
xiiith century French version of Egidio 
Colonna's treatise De regimine principum. 
With introduction and notes by Samuel 
Paul Molenaer. N. Y., 1899. 4774-34 

Bibliography, pp. 464-466. 

Mentz, Georg. 
Die deutsche Publizistik im siebzehnten 
Jahrhundert. Hamburg, 1897. 

No. 8 in ♦5914.50 N.F.12 
Schultheiss, Guntram. 
Die geistlichen Staaten beim Ausgang des 
alten Reiches. Hamburg, 1895. 

No. 3 in ♦59i4.5i» 

Public Documents. 

United States. 

United States. Industrial commission. 
Agriculture and agricultural labor. 

Education. *93< 1073-3 

Immigration. *933i 073-4 

Relations and conditions of capital and labor 
employed in manufacturing and general 
business. ♦9331.073-6 

Transportation. *933i.073-5 

War Department. 
Adjutant general. Military information di- 
The military systems of Greece and Tur- 
key, including a description of the Greco- 
Turkish frontier. Washington, 1897. 



Regulations for the army of the United 
States, 1895. With appendix. *9353.6-'3 

Separate States. 

Agricultural experiment station, Bozcman. 
Bulletin. No. 14, White Sulphur Springs. 

1897. = *7996.73 

Board of transportation. 
Annual report, 2d-4th, 6th-i2th, for the 
year ending June 30, 188&-90, 92-98. Lin- 
coln, Neb., 1888-99. *9385.9782-2 
New Jersey. 
Board of health. 
Twenty-second annual report, 1898. Tren- 
ton, 1899. 7760a.75.22 
New York, state. 
Banking department. 
Annual report of the Superintendent of 
banks. For the year 1878-88, 90, 95. Al- 
bany, 1879-96. ♦9332.209747 
Oregon. Governor. 
Inaugural address . . . 1899. Salem, 1899. 

. = 6364.56 

Bank examiner. 
Annual report of the condition of the 
building and loan associations, August, 

1898. Madison, 1898. = *9332.39775-i 


Australia. Western. Registrar general. 
Statistical register for 1896, 1897. Perth, 
1898. = *93i4.94i 

New South Wales. Department of public 
Meteorology of New South Wale:>. 1896. 
By H. C. Russell. Sydney, 1897 •— 


Report of the Royal commission appointe 1 

to inquire into the charges against E. M. 

G. Eddy, chief commissioner of railways, 

. . . Appointed 26 April, 1892. Sydney, 

1892. ♦7690.30 

Report of the royal commission on strikes. 

Sydney, 1891. = *556o.i33 

Government statistician. 

A statistical survey of New South 

Wales, 1893-4. By T. A. Coghlan. 

Sydney, 1895. = ♦9319.44-2 

Statistical register. 1898. Parts 3-5, 

shipping, population and commerce. 

Sydney, 1899. = Stat. Per. 1519 

Austria. Kaiserlich-koenigliches Handelsmi- 

nisterium. Statistisches Department. 

Die Arbeitseinstellungen im Gewerbebetriebe 

in Osterreich wahrend des Jahres 1894. 

Wien, 1896. = 933189436 

Die Arbeitseinstellungen und Ausspei rungen 

im Gewerbebetriebe in Osterreich . . . 

1895-1879 Wien, 1897-99. = 9331.89436-2 

Die Ergebnisse der Civilrechtspflegt. 1894. 

Wien, 1898. = 9354.435 

Die Ergebnisse des Concursverfahrens, 1894. 

Wien, 1898. = 9332.7243 


Die Ergebnisse der Reichsrathswahlen, 1897. 
Wien, 1897. = 9324.436 

Die Ergebnisse der Strafrechtspflege, 1894 
and 1895. Wien, 1897-98. = 9^5-436 

Monats- und Jahres-Durchschnittspr-'se von 
Weizen, Korn, Gerste, Hafer und Mais 
in den wichtigsten Marktorten Oester- 
reichs, 1894-1896. Wien, 1897. = 

Statistik des Sanitatswesens, 1895. Wien, 

1898. = 9362.9436 
Statistik der Unterrichts-Anstalten, 1894-95. 

Wien, 1898. = 9379.436 

Statistisches Uebersicht der Verhaltnisse 

der osterreichischen Strafanstaltcn und 

der Gerichts-Gefangnisse, 1893. Wien. 

1897. = 9364.436 

Statistisches Handbuch fur die Selbstver- 
waltung in Steiermark. Erste Aufgabe. 
Graz, 1899. = 9314-^5 

Arni6e beige. Statistique m^dicale. 1896. 

British India. 

Report of the Indian famine commissipn. 

1899. London [Siml^, 1899. Appendix 
7. Miscellaneous. 9351.84-7 

Canada. Parliament. 

Official report of the debates in the Hous; 
of commons. 3d session, 8th Parliament. 
Vol. 46, 47. Ottawa, 1898. = *7034.48 

Documents relating to the recent disallow- 
ance of certain statutes passed by the 
legislature of British Columbia. Ottawa, 
1899- = 9325.252 

Evidence on the alleged malfeasance of the 
officials of the Yukon territory. Ottawa, 
1899. = 9971.28 

Report of the North-west mounted police, 

1898. Illus. Ottawa, 1899. = 7034.41.1898 

Statens statistiske Bureau. 
Danmarks Statistik. Statistiske Meddel- 
elser. 4de Raekke, Bind 1-3. K^enhavn, 

1897, 98. = ♦9314.89 

Kongeligt Sundhedskollegium. 
D^dsaarsagerne i Kongeriget Danmarks 
Dyer i Aaret 1896, 97. Ved J. Carl sen. 
Kj^benhavn, 1897, 98. = 9614. 109489 

Egypt. Health department. 
Statistique sanitaire des villes. R6sum6 de 
la p^riode quinquenniale de 1886-90. 2 
parts. ^ 9614.062 

France. Ministere des travaux publics. 

Statistique de la navigation int^rieure. 

I. D^penses de premier ^tablissement et d'en- 


tretien c o ncemant les fleuves, riviires ct canaox. 

a. Re]ev6 gininl du tonaage des marchandises. 
a vols. Ann^e 1897. 9187.944-2 

Statistique des chemins de fer francs an 
31 d^cembre 1896. Document prtncipaux. 
Documents divers, le, 2e partie. 9385.944 

Chemins de fer de I'Europe. Situation au 
31 d6c 1897. Ouvertures en 1897. 

Reichs- Marine- Amt 
Die Ausgaben fiir Flotte tmd Landheer 
und ihre Stellung im Haushalt der wich- 
tigsten GrosstaateiL Berlin, 1898. 9387.25 
Tabdlarische Uebersichten des Lubecki- 
schen Handels im Jahre 1897. Lubeck, 

1898. = 9381^17 

Die Generalakte der Samoa-Konferenz mit 
einer Karte. Berlin, 1899. 9996.1-2 

Marquardt, Carl. 
Der Kampf um und auf Samoa. Berlin. 

1899. 9996.1 
United Kingdom. 

Money-lending bill. 1899. Bill 215 

Correspondence respecting the increase in 

the wine duties. London, 1899. 9337.5 
Correspondence with Russian government on 

railway interests in China. London, 1899. 

Exports of coal. London, 1899. 9582.42-3 

General regulations for the management 
and discipline of certified inebriate re- 
formatories in Ireland. London, 1899. 


Return showing the number of days, hours, 
and minutes occupied in the transit of 
mails between Queenstown or Sonthamp- 
ton and New York, in 1898. 9583.142 

Labour Department 
Collet, C. E. 

Money wages of indoor domestic ser- 
vants. London, 1899. = 9331.2-2 

British South Africa company. 
Correspondence with Mr. C J. Rhodes re- 
lating to the proposed extension of the 
Bechuana land railway. London, 1899. 

Papers relating to the complaints of Brit- 
ish subjects in the South lA&ican republic 
London, 1899. gg/SS.^-J 

Correspondence relating to the e^qilosives 
monopoly in South African republic 
London, 1899. 996812-1 



At the time when plans for a new building for the Boston Public Library 
were under consideration a collection was made by the Library of pictures and 
plans, so far as they were obtainable, while all such material in periodicals in 
the Library was indexed. The result was embodied in the first edition of the 
present list, printed in the Quarterly Bulletin for January, 1886, and May, 
1888, and republished in the Library Journal, October, 1886, and September, 
1888. The compiler, Mr. J. L. Whitney, of the Library staff, has continued 
the work of collecting up to the present time. Additional information was 
obtained through blank forms sent out by Mr. Putnam, at that time Librarian, 
to such libraries as have erected new buildings. 

The great impulse given in recent years to the Library movement, espe- 
cially in this coimtry, is shown by this list. It is also seen in the recently pub- 
lished Ninth report of the Free public library commission of Massachusetts, 
where are found pictures of 148 libraries in this Commonwealth. 

The Trustees of the Boston Public Library will gladly receive additions 
to their collection of library pictures and plans, and also any information which 
shall render this list more complete. 

Connecticut. Public library committee. 

Reports. *6202.56 

Granite monthly. Concord, N. H. 

Greenwood, Thomas. 
Allgemeine Bauzeitung. Wien. *4090.20i Free public libraries. London, 1886. 

American architect and buiMing news. Bos- 6125.46 

ton. International edition. *4097.205 Public libraries. 3d edition. 1890. 2127.11 

— Same. Imperial edition. ♦4097.203 Public libraries. 4th edition. 1891. 2127.56 

— Same. Regular edition. ♦4097.201 Greenwood's Library year book. 1897. 
American university magazine. New York. *6i98.43 

♦7290.66 Harper's weekly. New York. ♦Per. room 

Architect and contract reporter. London. Inland architect. Chicago. *8o93.20i 

♦4101.201 Library journal. New York. *5304.3 

Architectural review. Boston. ♦4102.205 Massachusetts. Free public library commis- 

Architccture and Building. New York. sion. 

♦4102.210 Reports. 61403.95; ♦♦61403.96 

Brochure series of architectural illustration, New England magazine. Boston. ♦Per. room 

vol. 3, Nov., 1897. Boston. ^8093.124 New Hampshire. Board of library commis- 

Builder. London. ♦4104.201 sioners. 

Building news and engineering journal. Lon- Reports. ^6206. 20 

don. ♦8090.201 Scientific American. Architects* and buiMers* 

Burffoyne, Frank J. edition. New York. ♦4091.21 1 

Library construction, luxhitecture, fittingjs Vermont. Board of library commissioners. 

and furniture. London, 1897. [The Li- ist report, 1895-96. ♦6202.70 

brary series, edited by Richard Gamett.1 Wisconsin. State library commission. 

6199.10 Report. *6i94.67 


An Index to the 

Pictures and Plans of Library Buildings 

to be found in 

The Boston Public Library. 

Second, Enlarged, Edition. 

9 « » • 

Aberdeen, Scotland. 
Public library. Building news, vol. 59, July 

18, 1890. ,^ „ 

— Plan of the lending department. (In Bur- 
goyne. Library construction.) 

Abingdon, England. 

Free library. Building news, vol. 70, May 

15, 1896. 
Abington. Conn. , 

Social library.. (In Connecticut. Library 
commission. Report, 1893-94.) 
Acton, Mass. 
Memorial library. American architect In- 
ternational edition, vol. 25, June 29, 1889. 

— (In J. Fletcher. Acton in history. Phila.. 
1890.) ♦4450.114 

— (In Mass. Library commission, ist, 9th 

A.cworth ^I It 

Silsby ' library. (In N. H. Library com- 
mission. Report, 1894.) 
Adams, Mass. 
Adams memorial library. Photograph, with 
statistics. 1899. *6i90.84 

— (In Mass. Library commission. 9th re- 

— Photograph. 6190.84 
Adelbert college of Western Reserve univer- 
sity, Qeveland. See Western Reserve 

Albany, N. Y. 
New York state library. Reading room. — 
State law library. (In The New York state 
capitol at Albany. N. Y., 1891.) ♦8005.103 

— Interior. Literary digest, vol. 9, May 5, 

1894. ♦7273.25.9 

— Reading room. American architect, vol. 
59, Jan. 1, 1898. 

Library and museum. View of interior gal- 
lery. American architect, vol. 19, May 3, 

Allegheny, Penn. 
Carnegie free library. Design. W. S. Era- 
ser, architect. American architect, vol. 21, 
Feb. 12, 1887. 

— Competitive designs, by J. W. McLaugh- 
lin. Extenor. — Plan. Inland architect, 
vol. 5>, March, 1SB7. 

— Design. J. L Faxon, architect. Ameri- 
can architect, vol. 21, March 26, 1887. 

— Design, by William H, Wood. Amcri- 
can architect, vol. 21, April 30, 18^. 

— Elevation and plan. Inland architect, 
vol. 31, April, 1887. 

— Design in competition. J. W. McLaugh- 
lin, architect. Scientific American, vol 4, 
Aug., 1887. 

— View. (In 2d annual report, 1892.) 

— Exterior. Accepted design. Cab.6o42J 


— View. — Plan. Library journal, vol. 18, 
Aug., 1893. 

Alloa, Scotland. 

Public libraiy. (In Greenwood. Public li- 
braries. 1890.) 

American antiquarian society. 
Antiquarian haU. Bay state monthly, vol. 3. 
Aug., 1885. Per. room 

— (In Worcester past and present Wor- 
cester, 1888.) 445asi 

— Photographs, etc ^190.25 
Amherst, Mass. 

Town hall and library. (In Mass. Library 
commission. 9th report) 

North Amherst library. (In same.) 
Amherst college. 

Library. Woodcut of the exterior before 
changes were made. Potter^s American 
monthly, vol. 9, Dec., 1877. Per. room 

— (In The college book. Boston, i^) 

Henry T. Morgan library. (In F. H. Hitch- 
cock. Handbook of Amherst Amherst, 
1891.) ♦^35466 

— Six-floor stack. (In W. I. Fletcher. 
Public libraries in America. Boston, 
1894.) 6209.11 

— New England magazine, vol. 17, Dec, 
1897, Per. rooo 


Universitats-Bibliothek. Allgem. Bauzeit- 
ung, 1884, vol. 49» 1884. 
Anaconda. Montana. 
Hearst free library. Plans. With statistics 
of cost, dimensions, etc. *6i90.58 

— Photograph. With statistics. *6i9oa.48 
Andover, Mass. 

Brechin hall. Library of Theological sem- 
inary. Photograph. ♦6190.25 

— Heliotype. (In Bailey's Historical 
sketches of Andover. Boston, 1880. 

Memorial hall. Public library. (In Bailey's 

Historical sketches of Andover. Boston, 

1880. *2353.75 

Also in New England mamzine, vol. 4, April, 
1886; and Massacnusettt. Xibrary commission. 

ist, 9th report 
Ann Arbor, Mich. 
Ladies' library association building. Inland 

architect, vol. 5, Sept, 1885. 
See also University of Michigan. 
Annapolis, Maryland. 
United States naval academy. Library. Two 
photographs. With statistics. ♦6i9oa.6i 
Ansonia, Conn. 
Public library. Photo|^phs. *6i90.6o 

— Four views. (In CTonn. Library com- 
mission. Report, 1897.) 

Arlington, Mass. 
Robbins memorial library. (In Boston ar- 
chitectural exhibition, 1891.) 8093.56 

— American architect. International edition, 
vol. 30, Dec. 27 1890. 

— Architectural review, vol. i, no. 2, 1891. 

— (In Mass. Library commission. 9th re- 

Art museum and library. 
W. M. Aiken, architect. Architecture and 
Building, vol. 4, Feb. 27, 1886. 
Ascot, England. 
Dwining library. Builder, vol. 557 Aug. 11, 
Ashburnham, Mass. 
Public . library. (In Mass. Library com- 
mission. 9th report.) 
Ashfidd* Mass. 
Public library. (In Mass. Library com- 
mission. 9th report) 
Ashland, Wisconsin. 
Vaughn library building. (In Wisconsin. 
Library commission. Report 1895-96.) 
Free library and science and art school. 
Building news, vol. 61, Nov. 13, 1891. 

— (In Greenwood's Library year book, 


Die Bibliothek in Athen. Architekt: Theo- 
phil Hansen. 5 plates. Allgem. Bauzeit- 
ung, vol. 56, 1891. 

Library. Architectural review, vol. 3, no. 

3. 1894. 
National library. Harper's weekly, vol. 40, 

Sept. 28, 1895. Per. room 

Valliano library. Plan. (In Burgoyne. 
Library construction.) 
Athens, Penn. 
Tisga point historical society. Spalding 
memorial library and museum. Architec- 
ture and Building, vol. 29, Dec. 10, 1898. 


Atlanta, Georgia. 

State library. Reading room. (In Hand- 
book of the city of Atlanta. 18^. 4373.144 
Young men's library. Library journal, vol. 
21, Jan., 1896. 
Attleborough, Mass. 
Richards memorial library. (In J. Daggett. 
Sketch of the history of Attleborough 
Boston, 1894.) 4354.133 

Auburn, N. H. 
Griffin library and museum. (In N. H. Li- 
brary commission. Report, 1895-96.) 
Auburn, N. Y. 
Case memorial library. Competitive designs. 
American architect, International edition, 
vol. 54, Nov. 21, 1896. 

— Competitive designs. Architecture and 
Building, vol. 26, 2:^, 1897. 

Augusta, Maine. 
Lithgow library. Proposed building. 
American architect, International edition, 
vol. 42, Dec. 2, 1893. 

— Architecture and Building, vol. 20, May 

5, 1894. 

— Competitive design. American architect, 
International edition, vol. 45, Sept 8, 1894. 

— Photograph of the interior. ♦61903.3 

— (In Brochure series.) 

— (In Augusta centennial souvenir. Au- 
gusta, 1897.J 4430.134 

Ayer, Mass. 
Public library. (In Mass. Library commis- 
sion. 9th report.) 
Ayr, Scotland. 
Public library. Design by Morris & Hun- 
ter. Builder, vol. 61, Aug. 8, 1891. 

— Building news, vol. 63, Oct. 7, 1892. 
Balham (London). 

Public library. Building news, vol. 74, 

April 15, 1898. 
Baltimore, Maryland. 
Enoch Pratt free circulating library. (In 

G. W. Howard. The Monumental city. 

Baltimore, 1876.) *4 374-73 

— Exterior of Central library and Branch 
library. (In Letters and documents relat- 
iuRT to its foundation [etc.]. Baltimore, 
1886.) ♦2143.17 

Peabody institute. (In G. W. Howard. The 
Monumental city. Baltimore, 1873.) 

Also in Report for 1879 [•4477.101]; and m A. 

Grasel. Gnindzuge der Bibliothekslehre. Leip- 
zig, 1890 [•6198.23]. 

Barking, England. 

Public offices and Public library. Building 

news, vol. dy, Oct. 19, 1894. 

Barre, Mass. 

Woods memorial library. Library journal, 

vol. 12, July, 1887. 

— (In Mass. Library commission, ist, 9th 
report. ) 

— Photograph. Cab.60.42.2 
Bassano, Italy. 

Biblioteca comunale. Pianta del Civico 
museo. (In O. Brentari. II museo di 
Bassano illustrato. Bassano, 1881.) 

8079- 1 25 
Batavia, N. Y. 
Richmond memorial library. Inland archi- 
tect, vol. 10, Dec. 1887. ♦8093.201.10 

— Library journal, vol. 14, July, 1889. 



Bath, Maine. 
Public library. Sketch for. (In J. C. Ste- 
vens and A. W. Cobb. Examples of 
American and domestic architecture. 
N. Y., 1889.) *8i03.iS 

— Architecture and Building, vol. 10, Feb. 9, 

Battersea (London). 
Public library. First premiated design. — 
Second premiated design. Builder, vol. 
55, Dec. 8. 1888. 

— Competitive design. Builder, vol. 56, Jan. 
26, 1839. 

There are views and plans also in The Library, 
April, 1889 [2147.75]; Greenwood. Public libra- 
ries. 1891; and in Burgoyne. Library construc- 

— Lurline gardens branch library. Building 
news, vol. 61, June 19, 1891. 

Bayridge, L. I. 
Public library. Photograph. *6igo.77 

With this is a plan of the ground floor; also, 
statistics as to tne number 01 volumes, capacity 
of shelving, cost, etc. 

Beaver Dam, Wisconsin. 

Williams free library. Library journal, vol. 

21, April, 1896. 

— (In Wisconsin. Library commission. Re- 
port, 1895-^.) 

Bebington, England. 

Village library. (In Greenwood. Public li- 
braries, 1890.) 
Belchertown, Mass. 

Clapp memorial library. Library journal, 

vol. 12, July, 1887. 

Also in Picturesque Hampshire, Northampton, 
1890 [*44^.ii2]; and in Massachusetts. Library 
commission, ist, 9th report. 

Belfast, Ireland. 
Free public library. Selected design. Ex- 
terior. — Plans. — Premiated design. — 
Alternative design. Building news, vol. 

45, Nov. 16, 23, 1883. 

— Free library competition. Builder, vol. 

46, Feb. 16, 1884. 

— Design. Architect, vol. 32, Dec. 13, 1884. 
Belfast. Maine. 

Free library. (In Bulletin and finding list, 
April, 1888.) 6156.78 

— Library journal, vol. 13, Aug., 1888. 
Belmont, Mass. 

Town hall and public library. American 
architect, vol. 10, Aug. 6, i^i. 

— (In Mass. Library commission. 9th re- 
port. ) 

Beloit college, Beloit, Wisconsin. 
Librarv. (In Picturesque Beloit. Beloit, 

1888.) 4471.7s 

— (In Catalogue.) 4496.24 
Berkeley divinity school, Middletown, Conn. 

Library. (In Biennial catalogue, 1897.) 

Berlin, Conn. 

Free library. (In Conn. Library commis- 
sion. Report, 1803-94.) 
Berlin. Germany. 
Konigliche Bibliothek. Photograph. *6i90.6a 

— Eine Skizze yon A. Oskar Klaussmann. 

Illus. Zeitung, Sept. 28, 1895. ♦5210.1.105 
Sketches of readers, with illustrations. 

— (In Brochure series.) 

Rathhaus Bibliothek. (In Architektonische 
Studien-Blatter ausgewahlt von H. Ende. 


Universitats-Bibliothek. (In L. Klasen. 

Grundriss-Vorbilder von Gebauden aller 

Art, Abth. 10. Leipzig, 1887.) ♦4103.58.10 

Wittig, P. Die Bucherei im Rdchstagshatise 

zu Berlin. Berlin, 1898. Illus. Plates. 

L. 8^ *6i9a8s 

Bermondsey (London), England. 

Design for public library. By Newman & 

Newman. American architect, vol 30, 

Dec. 13, 1890. 

Design for a public library. Architect, vol. 

44, Nov. 21, 1890. 
Public library. Builder, vol. 62, Jan. 23, 
Bemardston, Mass. 
Cushman library. (In Mass. Library com- 
mission. I St, 9th report) 
Biblioth^que nationale. 

See Paris. 
Biblioth^que Sainte-Genevi^vc. 

See Pans. 
Billerica, Mass. 
Bennett library. American architect, vol. 10. 
July 9, 1881. 

— (In H. A. Hazen. History of Billerica. 
Boston, 1883.) ♦2352.81 

— (In Mass. Library commission. 9th ^^ 

Birmingham, England. 
Free libraries. Reference library. (In T. 
Greenwood. Free public libraries. Lon- 
don, i8fi6.) 

— (In Greenwood. Public libraries. Lon- 
don, 1890.) 

— Two photographs. Cab.60.42.2 
Blackburn, England. 

Free library and museum. Accepted design. 
Architect, vol. 4, Jan. 27, 1872. 

Also in Building news, vol 14, Jan. 3, 1873; and 
in British architect, July 4, iS75- 

Blandford, Mass. 
Free public library. (In Mass. Library 
commission. 9th report) 
Bloomington, Illinois. 

Public library. Photograph. Cab.60.422 
Bodmin, England. 
Passmore Edwards free library. Building 
news, vol. 70, May, 1896. 

L'aula magna della Biblioteca univer^itana. 
— Una sala degli archivi di stato a Bo- 
logna. — La sala dei manoscritti e dei 
codici nella Biblioteca dell* Universiti 
(In Pubblicazione speciale dell' Illustra- 
zione italiana per Tviii centenario dello 
studio bolognese. Milano, 1888. 


Bolton, England. 

Old library, Bolton grammar school. In- 
terior. (In R. C. Christie. The old church 
and school libraries of Lancashire. Cha- 
tham society, 1885.) *242S-0i 

Public library. (In Bolton weekly journal, 
Dec. 19, 1885.) Cab.60.42^ 

Bootle, England. 

Public library and museum. (In Greenwood. 
Public libraries, 1890.) 

— Ground floor plan. (In Burgojrne. Li- 
brary construction.) 

Bordeaux, France, 
Archives d^paftementales. Reyne g^n^e 


de Tarchitecture et des travaux publics, 

vol. 29. 4091.206.29 

Boston, Mass. 

Boston Athenzum. Two photographs of 

the interior. ♦6i9oa.7S 

— Views. (In Boston almanac, 1850, pp. 49, 
SO.) *4359a.i.i850 

— Interior. (In Catalogue of the Washing- 
ton collection in the Boston Athenaeum, 
compiled by Appleton P. C. Griffin, with 
notes by William C. Lane. Boston, 1897.) 

Boston medical library. Ventilation plan. 
Library journal, vol! 4, June-July, 1879. 

Boston public library. 

Boylston Street Building. 

— Design for the library building. By 
Luther Briggs. 5 sheets. Boston, 1855. 

Cab.6o. 105.6 

— Designs, by Edward C. Cabot and James 
Elliot Cabot. Two designs in nine sheets. 
Boston, 1855. Cab.6o. 105.2 

— Design, by Horace Gray. Boston, 1855. 
5 sheets. Cab.6o. 105.4 

— Designs by John R. Hall. Boston, 1855. 
Two designs in ten sheets. Cab.60.105.1 

— Plans, by Paul Schulze and John F. Ed- 
wards. Boston, 1855. 6 sheets. 

Cab.6o. 105.3 

— Plan of library lot 1855. ♦♦6190.44 

— Plans, by Charles K. Kirby. 10 sheets. 

Cab.6o. 109.2 

— Exterior. — Interior. — Plans. (In Pro- 
ceedings at the dedication of the building, 
Boston, 1858.) ♦2134.12; ♦2134.13 

— 17 stereoscopic views. 1866. ♦♦G.285.1 

— Studies of plans for the Central library 
and some of the Branches. 10 plans. 


— S photographs, size iij/^ x 1954 inches. 


Dartmouth Street Building. 

— Copy of the land taken by the city. Made 

by Thomas W. Davis, city surveyor. Dated 

Dec 12, 1881. T.R.27.13 

For a description of the general parcels of land 
taken see City docnment 45, 1883. 

— Proposed new Public library building, 
Dartmouth street, ist, 2d, 3d floor plans. 
By George A. Gough. [18^.] 3 plans. 

Cab. 60.107.3 

— Plan. (In Boston. Architect department. 
Preliminary description of the building 
... in the competition for designs. Bos- 
ton, 1883. *2I34.49 

— Sketches and sketch plans of four designs 
to which prizes were awarded in competi- 
tion. American architect, vol. 17, Feb. 14, 


— Sketch of exterior. (In Architectural 
league of New York. Catalogue of the 
third annual exhibition. N. Y.. 1887.) 


— Fourteen views and plans. American ar- 
chitect, vol. 23, May 26, June 9, 1888. 

Also in the Imperial edition of this periodical. 
The regular edition contains only thirteen illus- 


— Photographs of progress of the work. 
Aug., 1888 to the completion. 258 photo- 
graphs, mounted. 2 v. Cab.6o. 128.1 

— View. (In Proceedings on the occasion 
of laying the corner-stone, Nov. 28, 1888. 
With addresses by Hon. F. O. Prince and 
others. ♦2142.67; **2I42.69 

— Plan of ground floor. — Plan of Reading 
room floor. Library journal, vol. 14, 
March, 1889. 

— Book stacks. 6 plans. T.R. Cab. 15.1 

— Illustrations and plans. Boston, 1889. 


Issued as a supplement to the 37th annual report 
of the Trustees [6001.5; **G.s64.2]. 

— Numerous views, details, etc. Ameri- 
can architect., International edition, vol. 
48, April 6, May 18, 1895. 

— Doorway. (In The work of McKim, 
Mead & White. Architectural record, 
May, 1895.) ^4092.64 

— Front view. — Doorway, vestibule and 
staircase in Bates hall. American archi- 
tect. International edition, vol. 49, July 17, 


— Views. (In Herbert Small. Handbook 
of the New Public library in Boston. 
Boston, 1895. 6203.69 

The new edition of 1899 contains plans showing 
alterations made in 1898. 

— Seals and medallions of printers' marks 
on the facade and elsewhere. Z7 photo- 
graphs, mounted. Cab.6o. 128.2 

— Twenty-five photographs of the library 
building. By Newton W. Elwell. Bos- 
ton, 1896. Cab.6o. 104.2 
The Annual report for 1897-98 contain plans of 
the Central library building; also. Map of Bos- 
ton showing the location oi the Branches and 
Delivery stations. 

— Branches at Brighton, Jamaica Plain, 

Roxbury and West End. Photographs. 

♦61 90a. 42 
Found in reduced form in the Annual report for 

— Brighton branch library. Heliotype. (In 
Proceedings at dedication of the new 
building, Oct. 29, 1874. 

♦6147.50; Cab.60.42.2 

— Roxbury branch. Woodcut of ?xterior 
and plans of the Fellowes Athenaeum 
building. (In Annual report of the Bos- 
ton public library, 1872.) Cab.6o. 109.4 

— West End branch. Building news, vol. 
71, Oct. 16, 1896. 

— Report by the Trustees of the Public li- 
brary on the fitness of the English High 
and Latin school building for the uses of 
the Public library. 14 pp. 4 folded plans. 
[Also], Minority report of William H. 
Whitmore, one of the trustees. 14 pp. 6 
folded plans. Boston, 1882. *620i.28 

Massachusetts general hospital. Tread well 
library. (In Medical libraries, vol. 2, 
March, 1899.) 

"Providence depot" (Boston) plan, etc. Li- 
brary journal, vol. 4, June, 1879. 

State library of Massachusetts. (In A. M. 
Bridgman. Our state capitol. Boston, 
1894.) *4358.ii6 

— American architect. International edition, 
vol. 49, Aug. 24, 1895. 

— Scientific American, vol. 23, Feb., 1897. 


Bourne, Mass. 
Public library. (In E. G. Perry. Trip 
around Cape Cod. Boston, 1897.) 


— (In Mass. Library commission, gth re- 

Bowdoin college, Brunswick, Maine. 

Library. Interior. Photograph. *6i90.25 
Braddock, Penn. 
Carnegie free library. Photograph. 

Bradford, England. 
Free library and museum. Architect, vol. 
23, Jan. 10, 1880. 
Bradford, Mass. 

Public library. See Haverhill. 
Bradford, Vermont 
Woods public library. Photograph. 

Braintree, Mass. 
Thayer public library. (In Mass. Library 
commission, ist, pth report.) 

— New England magazine, vol. 5, Oct., 1891. 
Bran ford. Conn. 

Blackstone Public library. Inland architect, 
vol. 22, Nov. 1893. 

— Library journal, vol. 21, July, 1896. 

— New England magazine, vol. 21, Nov., 


A description, by Mrs. Edward M. Gallaudet, 

with numerous views. 

— (In Exercises at the opening, June 17, 
1896. New Haven, 1897.) 6i9oa.45 

— (In Conn. Library commission. Report, 

Brattleborough, Vermont. 

Public library. (In Proceedings at the dedi- 
cation, Jan. 25, 1887. With the address by 
Hon. Mellen Chamberlain. Cambridge, 
1887.) ♦2144.30 

Also in Vermont. Library commission, ist re- 
port. 1895-96. 

Brechin, Scotland. 

Public library. Architect, vol. 46, Nov. 27, 


— American architect, International edition, 
vol. 34, Dec. 26, 1891. 

Das neue Gebaude der Stadtbibliothek. Illus- 
trierte Zeitung, vol. 107, Nov. 7, 1896. 

♦5210. 1. 107 


Gebaeude fuer die staedtische Sparkasse und 

die Stadtbibliothek. (In H. Licht. Archi- 

tektur der Gegenwart, Bd. 4. Berlin, 1897.^ 

Bridgeport, Conn. 
Public library. (In Conn. Library com- 
mission. Report, 1893-4.) 
Bridgewater, Mass. 
Memorial library. American architect, vol. 
12, Jan. 7, 1882. 

— New England magazine, vol. 5, Oct., 

— (In Mass. Library commission, ist, 9th 

Brimfield. Mass. 
Town hall and library. (In Mass. Library 
commission. 9th report.) 
Bristol, Conn. 
Free public library. (In Conn. Library 
commission. Report, 1897.) 


Bristol, England. 
Design for a museum and library. Civil en- 
gineer and architect's journal, vol. 29, 1886. 

4010.220.29; *^ab.6o.42.2 
Free library, Trinity road. Builder, vol. 
72, Jan. 30, 1897. 

— St. (jcorgc's proposed free library. Build- 
ing news, vol. 73, July 16, 1897. 

Bristol. N. H. 
Minot-Sleeper library. (In N. H. Library 
commission. Report, 1895-6.) 
Bristol, R. I. 
Rogers free librair. American architect, 
vol. 3, Feb. 9, 1878. 

— (In Dedication. Providence, 1878.) 

British museum. 

See London. 
Brixton (London). 

Tate central free library. Architect, vol. 49. 

Jan. 13, 1893. 

Also in Amertcaa architect Internationa] edi- 
tion, vol. J9, Feb. XX, 1803; American architect. 
Vol c8, Oct. 9, 1897; Burgorne. Library coo- 
stniction; and Greenwood's library year book. 

Brockton, Mass. 
Public library. Two photographs of the 
interior, with statistics in regard to the 
library. 1898. ♦6190.82 

Brookfield, Mass. 
Banister memorial hall. (In Dedication. 
Jan. 31, 1884.) *6i9o.24 

— (In Mass. Library commission, ist, 9th 

Brookline, Mass. 
Public library. (In Bulletin.) ♦6147125 

— (In Mass. Library commission, ist, 9th 

Brooklyn N. Y. 
Brooklyn library (formerly Mercantile li- 
brary). Woodcut Long Island Life illus- 
trated, Sept, 1869. ♦6190.24 

A different view is given in the Bulletin of the 
library, June, 1873, folio edition. 
Also in Builder, voL 30, June 8, 187a; N. Y. 
Sketch-book of architectvur^ yoL 3. Boaton. i^ 
[*] ; and in Souvenir of Brooklyn, N. Y., 
1890 [^6470.71]. 

— Bedford branch. (In ist annual report, 

1899.) *6i56.i35 

Long Island historical society. Design oS 
building. American architect, vd. 6, Nov. 
29, 1879. 

— (In Half century's progress of the dty of 
Brooklyn. Brooklyn, 1887.) ♦4371.111 

— (In Souvenir of Brooklyn. N. Y., 189a) 


— (In Brooklyn Public library association. 
Testimonial. N. Y., 1898.) 

Pratt institute. Sec Pratt institute. 

Public medical library. Accepted design. 
Inland architect, voL 30, Dec., 1897. 
Brown university. 

Library. Two designs by Potter and Rob- 
ertson. (In N. Y. sketch-book of archi- 
tecture, vol. 2, Boston, 1^5-) •8o9a52.2 

— (In E. M. Stone, Our French allies. 
Providence. 1884.) ♦43^3.100 
Views are also in Greene ,W. A. Tlie Frori- 
dence plantations. •Providence, 1886 (*Cisy^7]: 
Providence illustrated. Providoiee, 1886 E^teO'Q: 
and in Tolman, W. H. The hiatory of fisher 
education in Rhode Island. Balttmore, 1894 



Bibliotheque royale. Entree en 1857. (In 
Bruxelles a travers les ages, vol. 3, p. 2^. 
Bruxelles, 1891.) * 

Bnckland, Mass. 
Public library. Woodcut and description. 

— (In Mass. Library conunission. gth re- 






Buck memorial library. Library journal, 

vol. 13, Feb., 1888. 


Universitats - Bibliothek. Hauptfagade. -* 

(In L. Klasen. Grundriss-Vorbilder von 

Gebauden aller Art, Abth. 10, pp. 942, 043. 

Leipzig, 1887.) ♦4103.58.10 

Buffalo, N. Y. 

Buffalo^ library. Twelve heliotypes. (In 

falo, 1887.) *6i90.30 

The Buffalo library and its building. Buf- 

— Exterior. Library journal, vol. 12, March 

— Deisign for building, by H. H. Richard* 
son. Building news, vol. 52, March 25, 

— Desi^. H. H. Richardson, architect 
Amencan architect, vol. 21, April 23, 1887. 

— Heliotype of exterior, C. L. W. Eidlitz, 
architect Cab.60.42.2 

Grosvenor libraiy. Photograph. Cab.60.42.2 

— Plan of first floor. Blue print. 


With statistjct of cost, capacity, etc 

Buxton, England. 
Public library. Building news, vol. 61, Nov. 
6, 1891. 
Calumet^ Michigan. 

Public library of the Calumet and Hecla 
mining co. Statistics. Manuscript. 

Camberwell (London). 
Public library. Building news, vol. 65, 
Sept 8, i893r 

— Interior. (In Greenwood's Library year 
book, i^.) 

Camborne, England. 

Passmore Edwards public library. Build- 
ing news, vol. 66, ^ 1894, 1896. 

— (in Greenwood's Library year book, 1897.) 

Cambridge, England. 

See University of Cambridge. 
Cambridge, Mass. 
Public library. Library journal, vol. 18, 
Dec., 1887. 
Building news desiring club. 
A viUage free library. By "Multum in 
parvo/' Elevation^ plans, etc. Building 
news, vol. 60, April 24, 1891. 
Burlington, Vt 
Fletdier free library. Statistics of cost of 
building and number of volumes issued. 
Manuscript 189B. *6i97.97 

Bury, England. 
Public library. Three premiated designs. 
Building news, vol. 73, 1897. 
Butte, Montana. 
Free public library. Photograph. ♦6i9oa.46 

Also tn Masaachiuetts. Library commission, ist, 
9th report; Inland architect, vol. 16, Jan., i8ox; 
American architect. Imperial edition, 1893, No. 


Cardiff, Wales. 
School of art and science museum, library, 
etc. Plans. Building news, April 23, 
May 21, June 4, 1880: Dec. 20, 1893. 

Also in Building news, April z$. May ai, June 4, 
1880; Dec. 39, 1893; Builder^ vol. 70, June 27, 
1896; and in Greenwood's Library year book, 
Carleton college, Northfield, Minn. 
Scoville memorial library. Exterior. — 
Floor plans. Library journal, vol. 22, 
Jan., 1897. 
Carlisle, England. 
Proposed library and school of art. Builder, 
vol. 60, May 9, 1891. 
Carlisle, Mass. 
Gleason library. (In Mass. Library com- 
mission. 9th report.) 
Grossherzogliche Hof- und Landesbibliothek. 
Photograph. ^6190.62 

— Stock des Gebaudes. — Schnitt. Allgem. 
Bauzeitung, 1884. 

Cesena, Italy. 

La bibliotheque de Cesena. (In Charles 

Yriarte. Autour des Borgia, p. 14, Paris, 

1891.) 2740.55 

Chained books. 

(In J. W. Clarke. Libraries in the medieval 

and renaissance periods. Cambridge, 1894.) 

6129. 1 15 

Wimboume Minster. Library. B. P. L. 

Special libraries. 35 1 7945- B 2 

See also University of Leyden. 

Champaign, Illinois. 
Public library. American architect. Inter- 
national edition, vol. 52, April 25, 1896. 

— Library journal, vol. 21, April, 1896. 
Chantilly, France. 

The Chateau de Chantilly, the gift of the 
Due d'Aumale to the French Institute. 
The Library. — Exterior. — Interior. Il- 
lustrated London news, vol. 89, Oct. 30, 
1886. Per. room 

Charlemont Mass. 
Public library and town hall. (In Mass. Li- 
brary commission. 9th report.) 
Charleston, S. C. 
Charleston library. (In A. Mazyck. Guide 
to Charleston. Charleston, 1882.) 

Museum of fine arts and ladies' library. 
Exterior. — Plans. **Cab.6o.42.2 

Chariest© wn, N. H. 
Public library. American architect, Inter- 
national edition, vol. 39, Jan. 28, 1893. 

— (In N. H. Library commission. Re- 
port, 1804.) 

Chatham, Mass. 
Eldredge library. (In E. G. Perry, Trip 
around Cape Cod. Boston, 1897.) 


— (In Mass. Library commission. 9th re- 

Interior of the Duke of Devonshire's li- 
brary. (In Catalogue, vol. i, pp. i, 102. 
London, 1869.) **6i70.32 

Chelmsford, Mass. 
Adams library. American architect, Inter- 
national edition, vol. 48. June, 1895. 

— (In Mass. Library commission. 9th re- 


Chelsea (London). 
Public library. Accepted design. Building 
news, vol. 56, June 7, 1889. 

— Free public library competition. Three 
premiated designs. Elevation, 2 plans. 
Builder, vol. 56, June 7, 1889. 

There are views and pUns in Architect, vol. 33, 
1890, vol. ^, 1893; Builder, vol. 60, Jan. 24, 1891; 
Greenwood. Library year book, 1897; and in 
Burgoyne. Library construction. 

Chelsea Mass. 
Public library. (In Proceedings at the dedi- 
cation, Dec. 22, 1885. With address by 
James Russell Lowefl. Cambridge, 1886.) 


— (In Mass. Library commission, ist, 9th 

Cheltenham, England. 
Public library and schools of art and science. 
(In Greenwood. Public libraries. 1890.) 
CheshirCi Mass. 
Town hall and library. (In Mass. Library 
commission. 9th report.) 
Chester, England. 
Free public library. Design for new front. 
Builder, vol. 55, Oct. 20, 1888. 
Armour institute of technology. In the Li- 
brary. New England magazine, vol. 22, 

Chicago historical society. Inland archi- 
tect, vol. 25, June, 1895. 

— Heliotype. *6i90.6o 

— American architect, International edition, 
vol. 51, Feb. 15, 1896. 

McCormick theological seminary. Vir- 
ginia library. American architect, Inter- 
national edition, vol. 50, Dec. 14, 1895. 

Newberry library. Photograph. *6i90.6o 

— Inland architect, vol. 21, March, 1893. 

— Entrance. American architect, Interna- 
tional edition, vol. 51, Jan. 4, 1896. 

Public library. Accepted competitive de- 
sign. Inland architect, vol. 19, March, 

— Floor plans and sections. Sheplcy, Ru- 
tan & Coolidge, architects. 1896. 8 sheet Sw 


— Interior arrangement. 1896. 5 plans. 


— Views. American architect, vol. 58, 1897. 

— The Chicago public library, by N. Clif- 
ford Ricker. Inland architect, vol. 30, 
Jan., 1898, Supplement. 

*6i90.73; ♦8093.201.30 
Text, with 70 illustrations. 

— Main staircase, etc. American architect, 
vol. 59 ,1898. 

Chicago theological seminary. 

Library. (In Year-book.) ♦4481.134 


Public library. (In Bulletin.) ♦6200.19 

— Interior. — Plans. Building news, vol. 
21, Dec. 15. 1871. 

Clapham (London). 

Public library. Exterior. — Ground plan. 
(In Greenwood. Public libraries. 3d edi- 
tion. 1890.) 
Clerkenwell (London). 
Free public library. Building news, vol. 56, 
May 17, 1889. 

Also in Annual report, vol. 59 [*6i47.i481; and 
in Greenwood. Public libraries. 1891. 


Qeveland, Ohio. 

Public library. Woodcut ♦6190.25 

Colby university, Watcrville, Maine. 

Library. Three photographs of the interior. 


— Woodcut. ♦6190.24 
Colchester, England. 

Public library. Building news, voL 64. June 

16, 1893. 

— Builder, vol. 65, Oct 14, 189^ 
Colgate university, Hamilton, N. Y. 

The Colgate library. University magazine, 
vol. 5,T^cc., 1891. ♦7390.65-5 

Colne, England. 
Technical school, free library and public 
hall. Building news, vol. 74, April 29, 
Cologne. , , ,. 

Stadtische Bibliothek. Schnitt durch die 
Biicherrange. — Front (In L. Klasen. 
Grundriss-Vorbilder von Gcbaudcn aller 
Art, Abth. 10, Leipzig, 1897.) ♦4i03.58-io 
Colorado college, Colorado Springs. 
Coburn library. (Inland architect, vol. 25, 

June, 1895. 
Columbia college, N. Y. 
Library. Photogravure. . J"'90..25 

— Exterior. American architect, Impenal 
edition, vol. 20, Sept 4> »886. 

— Photograph. 1897. , . , /^.}9?a.65 

— (In Description and views of buildings. 
N. Y., 1807.) , 4490a. 139 

— Views. Inland architect, vol. 29, July, 

1897. Til 

— Exterior. — Reading room. — rian. 
New England magazine, n. s., vol. 17. 

Dec, 1897. , . -, . ... . 

— Exterior. — Interior. ScienUfic Ameri- 
can. Regular edition, March 26, 1898. 


— Nine views. (In Universities and their 
sons, vol. I. Boston, 1898.) 

Avery architectural library. Harpers 
weekly, vol. 42, Jan. 29, 1898. 
Columbus, Ohio. 
Public library. (In Evolution of a library. 
Chicago, 1897.) 6199.8 

Concord, Mass. 
Free public library. Six photomphs and 
heliotypes, and two plans. Cab.60. 109.4 

— Photograph. ♦6190.81 

— Three stereoscopic views. ♦6190.60 

— Exterior. — Sections. — Plan. (In Dedi- 
cation of the new building. Boston, 1873.) 

Concord, N. H. 
Public library. Board of trade building. 
Granite monthly, vol. 3, Sept., 1880. 


— Fowler library. (In N. H. library com- 
mission. Report, 1894.) 

— New England magazine, vol. 18, June, 

State library. Plan by G. J. F. Bryant, of 

librarv apartment Cab.60. 109.4 

Accompanies the 'Report of the Trustees for w6f. 

— Views. (In Dedication. Concord, 1895.) 

6190a. 14 

— Granite monthly, vol. 18, Feb., 1895. 


— New England magazine, vol. 18, June, 



k I 

Biblioth^ue du Sultan Ahmed. B. P. L. In 
Special Libraries. 

A photograph of the interior. Reproduced in 
Grosvenor't "Constantinople** [3081.118.2]. 

Conway, Mass. 

Town hall and library. (In Mass. Library 

commission. 9th report) 


Universitats-Bibliothek. Innere Pcrspektive. 

Allgem. Bauzeitung, vol. 49, 1884. 

Cornell university. 

Library. View. (In Dedication, Dec 2) 

1866. N. Y., 1867.) *6i90.22 

— Photograph of interior. *6i90.25 

— Plan. (In Bulletin, vol. 2, Nov., 1888.) 


— New library building. Plans. Library 
journal, vol. 13, April, 1889. 

— Views, etc. (In Exercises at the opening 
of the library building. Ithaca, 1891.) 


— (In Cornell university, by F. C. Perkins. 
N. Y., 1801.) 4484.108 

Croydon, England. 

Public library. Braithwaite hall. (In Green- 
wood's Library year book, 1897.) 

— Plan. (In Burgoyne. Library construc- 

Cummington, Mass. 

Public library. (In Bryant centennial. 
Springfield, 1894-) 4347-147 

— (In Mass. Library commission, ist, 9th 

Dalton, Mass. 
Crane library. (In C. W. Bryan. Book of 
Berkshire. Great Barrington, 1886.) 


— (In C W. Bryan. The new book of 
Berkshire. Spnngfield, 1890.) *4455.i67 

— (In Mass. Library commission. 9th re- 

Cranesville library. (In History of Berk- 
shire county, vol. i, N. Y., 1885.) 

♦4451.55. 1 
Danbury, Conn. 

Public library. (In Conn. Library com- 
mission. Report, 1893-4.) 
Danvers, Mass. 

Peabody institute library. (In Mass. Li- 
brary commission. 9th report) 
Danville theological seminary. 

Library. Architecture and Building, vol. 
14, March 14, 1891. 
Darlin^on, England. 
Public library. Ground plan. (In Green- 
wood. Public libraries. 1890.) 

— Ground plan. (In Burgoyne. Library 

Dartmotith, Mass. 
Southworth library, South Dartmouth. (In 
Mass. Library commission. 9th report.) 
Dartmouth college. 
Library. View. First floor plan. (In Ex- 
ercises at the laying of the corner stone, 
June 25, i88f ) ♦6190.24 

Alto in American architect, yoI. 16, March 14, 
188$ [*6a90.i.i6]; Dedication. Hanover, 1886 
rajBa.6o1; **Dartnionth." West Gardner. 1886 
[*^BS.3oli and in New England magazine, N. s., 
vol. 17, JJec, i8j^. 

Darwen, England. 
Technical school, free library and school of 


science and art. Building news, vol. 64, 
Jan. 20, 1893. 
Davton, Ohio. 

Public library. Exterior, with manuscript 
sketch of plan. Gab.60.42.2 

— (In Dedication. Dayton, 1888.) ♦2144.43 

— Inland architect, vol. 13, May, 1889. 
Dedham, Mass. 

Public library. Three photographs. ♦6i90a.79 

— (In Mass. Library commission, ist, 9th 

Denison university, Granville, Ohio. 

Library. (In (Catalogue.) *4393.i55 

Denver, Colorado. 

Public library. (In Public library hand- 
book. Denver, 1895.) 6209.18 

— Engraving. ♦6190.63 
Derby, England. 

Proposed free library. British architect, 

Dec. 29, 1876; Sept. 21, 1877. 
New free library and museum. Builder, 

vol. 36, Nov. 16, 1879. 

— (In Greenwood. Public libraries. 1891.) 
Design for a free library and institute (Soane 

medallion, 1876-7). Architect. April 14, 


Design for a free library for a country town. 
Builder, vol. 62, Feb. 13, 1892. 

Design for a library building. M. H. Picq, 
architect. From La construction moderne. 
Scientific American, Sept., 1887. 

Design for a library for a country town. By 
B. Woollard. American architect, Inter- 
national edition, vol. 34, Dec. 12, 1891. 

Design for a library for a small town. By W. 
Sterling. Architect, vol. 36, July 23, 1886. 

Design for a musuem and library for a small 
country town. Exterior. — Plans. Royal 
academy, upper school prize design by E. 
Guy Dawber. Builder, vol. 50, March 27, 

Design for a public library (Soane medallion). 
By Arthur Sykes. Builder, vol. 56, Feb. 9, 

Design for a public library. By Percy E. New- 
ton. American architect. International 
edition, vol. 52, April 11, 1896. 

Design for a public library for a country town. 
By W. Pywell. Builder, vol. 59, Nov. i, 

Design for a public library for a country town. 
By A. C. Breden. American architect, 
International edition, vol. 35, Jan. 2, 1892. 

Design for a public library for a large provin- 
cial town. By Philip J. Marvin. Building 
news, vol. 28, Feb. 5, 1875. 

Design for a small library: Geveland archi- 
tectural club competition. Architecture and 
Building, vol. 29, Dec. 11, 1897. 

Design for a town library. W. P. P. Long- 
fellow. (In Architectural sketch book, 
Boston, vol. 3 ,June, 1876.) ♦8090.51.3 

Designs for a public library. Architect, vol. 
13, Feb. 6, 1875: vol. 29, Jan. 27, 1883. 

Designs for a public library for a country town. 
Architect, vol. 46, 1891. 

Designs (6) for a memorial library. (In Ar- 
chitectural sketch book, Boston, vol. 2. 
May, 1875.) ♦8090.51.2 

Designs for a public library (Soane library 
competition). British architect, vol. 31, 


Designs for a public library, by H. Edward 
Fickcn and W. Kirkus, jun. 

No. 26 in Cab.6o. 109.4 
Des Moines, Iowa. 
Iowa state library. Architect's plan and 
photograph of interior. Cab.60.42.2 

Detroit, Michigan. 

Public library. Photograph. Cab.6o. 109.4 
Dewsbury, England. 
Design for baths and public library. Archi- 
tect, vol. 46, Sept. 4, 1891. 
Dexter, Maine. 
Abbott memorial library. Photograph and 
ground plan. 1897. *Di9oa.32 

Doane college, Crete, Nebraska. 
Whitin library. Inland architect, vol. 25, 
June, 1895. 
Drew theological seminary. 
Cornell library building. (In Year-book, 
1896-7.) *4484.i42 

Dublin, Ireland. 
New national museum and library competi- 
tion. Building news, vol. 48, June 5, 1885. 

— Competitive design awarded second prize, 
Building news, vol. 48, April 24, 1885. 

— Selected design. Elevation. — Plans. 
Building news, vol. 47, Oct. 31, 1884. 


— Architect, vol. 36, Aug. 7, 1891. 

— View. Plans. (In Burgoyne. Library 

Dulwich (London), 
Passmore Edwards public library. Building 
news, vol. 71, Oct. 23, 1896. 
Dundee, Scotland. 
Public library, museum and art gallery. (In 
Greenwood. Public libraries. 1890.) 
Dunfermline, Scotland. 
Carnegie free library. (In Greenwood. Free 
public libraries. 1886.) 
Durham, England. 

Cathedral library. (In Brochure series.) 
Durham, N. H. 
Public library. (In N. H. Library com- 
mission. Report, 1895-96.) 

— Granite monthly, vol. 22, Jutie, 1897. 
Dutton-Walker travelling studentship, Not- 
tingham school of art. 

A museum and free library. Exterior view 
and plans. Building news, vol. 46, March 

7, 1884. 
Duxbury, Mass. 
Free library. (In Mass. Library commis- 
sion. 1st, 9th report) 

— New England magazine, vol. 5, Oct. 1891. 
East Bridgewater, Mass. 

Public library. (In Mass. Library com- 
mission. 9th report.) 
East Haddam, Conn. (Moodus.) 
Library. (In Conn. Library commission. 

Report, 1893-94) 
Easthampton, Mass. 
Public library. Two photographs of the 

architect's drawings. *6i90.25 

There are views also in Picturesque Hampshire, 
Northampton, 1890 [*445o.ii2]; and in Mass. 
Library commission, ist, 9th report. 

East Hartford, Conn. 
East Hartford library. (In Conn. Library 
commission. Report, 1897.) 
East Randolph, Mass. 
Turner library. Library journal, vol. i, 
Feb., 1877. 


East River, Conn. 
Library. (In Conn. Library commission. 
Report, 1897.) 
East Saginaw, Mich. 
Hoyt public library. Three floor-plans. 

East St. Louis, Illinois. 
Public library. Statistics of cost of building, 
dimensions, capacity, etc Manuscript 
1898. 6i9oa.97 

Eau Claire, Wisconsin. 
Public library. (In Wisconsin. State li- 
brary commission. Report, 1895-6.) 


— (In Annual report, 1895-6.) *6i57.32 
Edinburgh, Scotland. 

Courts of Scotland solicitors' library. Se- 
lected desifirn. Building news, vol. 55, Aug. 
10, 1888. 

— British architect, vol. 30, 1888. 

— Architect, vol. 52, Dec. 21, 1894. 
Public library. Accepted design. British 

architect, vol. 28, July 15, 1887. 

— Competitive designs. — Selected design. 

Builder, vol. 53, July 16, m Aug. 6. 1887. 
Views and plans are in Building news. vol. 59. 
60, Dec. 12, 1890, Jan. a, 1891; Architect, vol. 51. 
Sa. 1894; and in American architect, International 
edition, vol. 44* 45- . ,• , ^ 

Signet library. Intenor. (In J. Gowans. 
Edinburgh and its neighbourhood in the 
days of our grandfathers. London, 1886.) 


Edmonton, England. 
Passmore Edwards public library. Build- 
ing news, vol. 72, April 9, 1897. 

— Plans. (In Greenwood. Library year- 
book, 1897.) 

— Plans. (In Burgoyne. Library construc- 

Elgin, Illinois. 
Gail Borden public library. Photograph. 


With statistics of the number of volumes, capa- 
city of shelving, cost, etc 

Elmira, N. Y. 
Steele memorial library. American architect^ 
vol. 5S» Jan- 16, iS^. 
Erie, Pa. 
Public library. Half-tone engraving, ele- 
vation and ground plan. (Three plates.) 

1897. . , ♦6190.71 
With sUtistics of cost, material, etc 

— Competitive drawing. Architecture and 
Buildmg, vol. 27, I>cc 11, 1897. 

— Two views. Brickbuilder, vol. 7, Nov., 

1898. ♦4091.240 
Essex, Mass. 

Public library. (In Mass. Library commis- 
sion, oth report.) 
Everett, Mass. 

Frederick E. Parlin memorial library. Sta- 
tistics of cost, capacity, etc. Manuscript 
1898. ♦6i9oa.97 

— View. (In Mass. Library commission. 
9th report.) 

Shute library. (In Mass. Library commis* 
sion. 9th report.) 
Exeter, England. 
Albert memorial museum and public library. 
(In Greenwood. Public libraries. 1890.) 
Exeter, N. H. 
Public library. (In N. H. Library com- 
mission. Report, 1894.) 



Fairhaven. Mass. 
Public library. (In Dcdicatpry exercises, 

Jan. 30, 1893.) *6i4S-7i 

— (In Brochure series.) 

— (In Mass. Library commission. 9th re- 

Fall River, Mass. 
Public library. Desi^s by various archi- 
tects. Views, sections, elevations and 
floor plans. Boston, 1895. *6iQ0.7Q 

Rq»riiiied frotn the American architect and buiid- 
ing news, Oct. 26 and Nov. 99, 1805 (*4097.ao5. 
1895]. Also photographs of front and side eleva- 
tions and floor plans. 

— (In Brochure series.) 

— (In Mass. Library commission, gth re- 

Falls Village, Conn. 
David M. Hunt library. (In Conn. Library 
commission. Report, 1893-s^) 
Falmouth, England. 

Passmore Awards free library. Building 
news, vol. 66, April 13, 1894. 
Falmouth, Mass. 
West Falmouth library. (In Mass. Library 
commission, gth report.) 
Fitchburg, Mass. 
Wallace library and art building. Photo- 

flraph and heliotype. ^6190.25 

There are views in £merson, W. A. Fitchburg, 
Mst and present Fitchburg, 1887 ['4350a. 169]; 
Hurd, D. H. Historv of Worcester county, 
vol. X. Phihu, X889 [*445o.s6.«; and in Mass. 
Library commission, xst, 9th report. 

Five designs for public library buildings, ex- 
terior and plans. Bv Hartwcll, Richard- 
son and Driver, architects, Boston.. (In 
Conn. Library commission. Report, 


Biblioteca Mediceo-Laurenziana. Interior. 
Three mounted photographs. 

Special Libraries, B. P. L. 

— (In J. C. Raschdorff. Palast-Architek- 
tur von Ober-Italien und Toscana vom 
XV. bis XVII. Jahrh. Toscana. Berlin, 
1888, plates 31-37.) Cab.47.8,4 

— (In G. I. Rossi. La libreria Mediceo- 
Laurenziana architettura di Michelagnolo 
Buonarotti Nuova ed. Fircnze, 1755. 
22 pis. F**. Cab.60.57. 1. 4 

Biblioteca nazionale. (In D. Chilovi and A. 
Papini. II nuovo palazzo per la Biblio- 
teca nazionale centrale di Firenze. Fi- 
renze, 1892.) ♦2i4oa.67 

Florence, Mass. 

Lilly Free library. See Northampton. 
Folkestone, England. 

Public libraiy and museum. Selected de- 
sim. Building news, vol. 51, July 16, 

Foxborough, Mass. 
Memorial hall. (In Mass. Library com- 
mission. 1st, 9th report.) 
Framingham, Mass. 
Memorial library. (In Architectural sketch 
book, Boston, vol. 3, no. 12, June, 1876.) 


— (In Mass. Library commission, ist, gth 

Francestown, N. H. 
Public library. Granite monthly, vol. 23, 
Aug., 1897. ♦4435.54-23 



Freiherrlich Carl von Rothschildsche oef- 

fentliche Bibliothek. (In C. W. Berg- 

hoeffer. Die Einrichtung und Verwaltung 

. . . wahrend der Jahre 1887 bis 1890. 

Frankfurt a. M., 1890.) ♦6146.83 

Sudtbibliothek. (In F. C. Ebrard. Die 

Stadtbibliothek in Frankfurt am Main. 

Frankfurt am Main, 1896.) 6140.32 

Franklin, N. H. 

Smith library. Granite monthly, vol. 18, 

March, 1895. ♦4435.54.18 

Franklin and Marshall college, Lancaster, Pa. 

Watts De Peyster library. View. ♦6190a. 53 

With statistics as to capacity, cost, etc. 

Freetown, Mass. 
Public library. (In Mass. Library commis- 
sion. 9th report.) 
Fremont, N. IJ. 
Public library. (In N. H. Library com- 
mission. Report, 1894.) 
Fremont, Ohio. 
Birchard library. (In Proceedings at the 
unveiling of the soldiers* monument, Fre- 
mont, ife5.) ♦4214.62 
Fresno, Cal. 
Combined water tower and library. Inland 
architect, vol. 23, April, 1894. 

Gardner, Mass. 
Levi Heywood memorial library. 


— (In Mass. Library commission, ist, 9th 

Georgetown, Mass. 

Peabody library. (In Mass. Library com- 
mission. 9th report.) 
Georgia historical society. 
Interior of library at Savannah. Harper's 
new monthly magazine, vol. 76, Jan., 1888. 

Periodical room 

Germantown, Penn. 
Friends' free library and reading room. (In 
Annual reports.) ^6186.20 

— (In S. F. Hotchkin. Ancient and mod- 
ern Germantown. Phila., 1889.) ♦4370a. 114 

— Heliotype. Cab.60.42.2 
Glasgow, Scotland. 

Mitchell library. Plans. (In Burgoyne. 
Library construction.) 

— (In Brief notices of Glasgow and its li- 
braries. Glasgow, 1897.) 6159.46 

Glasgow university. 

See University of Glasgow. 
Gloucester, Mass. 
Sawyer free library. Two heliotypes. (In 
Outline of history and dedication. Glou- 
cester, 1884.) ♦2141.63 

— (In Mass. Library commission, ist, 9th 

Magnolia library. (In Mass. Library com- 
mission. 9th repo:t.) 
Gloversville, N. Y. 

Free library. Interior. (In Industrial ad- 
vantages of Gloversville. Gloversville, 
1890.) ♦4472.103 


Universitats-Bibliothek. Grundriss vom 
Erdegeschoss. — Details. Allgem. Bau- 
zeitung, 1884, Plate 41. 

With woodcuts in the text. 


Granby, Conn. * 

Frederick H. Cossitt library. (In Conn. 
Library commission. Report, 1893-94.) 
Graz, Austria. 
Die neue K. k. Universitat in Graz. Biblio- 
thek. Allg. Bauzeitung, vol. 61, 1896. 
PI. 2, 3. 
Great Harrington, Mass. 
Free library. (In Mass. Library commis- 
sion. Qth report.) 
Greenfield, Mass. 

Library association building. (In Pictur- 
esque Franklin. Springfield, 1891.) 


— New England magazine, vol. 21, Jan., 


Green-Ridge, Penn. 
Design for a library. Architecture and 
Building, vol. 14, April 18, 1891. 

Greenwich, Conn. 
Pemberwick library. (In Conn. Library 
commission. Report, 1893-94.) 

Gregory's plan for a public library. (In Ed- 
wards. Memoirs of libraries, London, 
1859, vol. 2, p. 725.) 2124.2; 2126.2 

Grenoble, France. 
Mus6e et bibliotheque. Exterior. — Plans. 
(In Encycl. d'architecture. 2e s^rie, 
Paris, 1874, vol. 3, pi. 169, 175, 224; vol. 4, 
pi. 249, 254, 270, 279, 303; vol. 5, pi. 396, 
411.) ♦4090.51, 3e s6rie. 3 

— Interior. — Plan, etc. (In L. Klasen. 
Grundriss-Vorbilder von Gebauden aller 
Art. Abth. 10, pp. 954, 955, 963 Leip 
zig, 1887.) ♦41. -3.58. 10 

— (In Brochure series.) 
Groton, Conn. 

Bill memorial library. (In Conn. Library 
commission. Report, 1893-94.) 

— Photograph. ♦6190.60 
Groton, Mass. 

Public library. Half-tone engraving. 1893. 

With statistics of size of building, cost, capacity, 

— (In Mass. Library commission. 9th re- 

Guilford, Conn. 
Free library. (In Conn. Library com- 
mission. Report, 1897.) 
Guille-Alles, Guernsey. 

Library and museum. (In Encyclopaedic 
catalogue, 1891.) ♦6165.50 

— (In History and formation, etc. Guern- 
sey, 1891.) ♦6189.48 

Halle university. 

See University of Halle. 
Hallowell, Maine. 

Public library. Heliotype. ^6190.25 

— Three photographs. ♦6i9oa.72 

With statistics of cost, capacity, etc. 


Stadtbibliothek. Grundriss. Cab.60.42.2 

Hamilton, Ontario. 
Public library. Four photographs of the 
interior. ♦61903.49 

Hamilton college. 
Library. (In The college-book. Boston, 
1878.) ^2382.2 

Hammersmith (London). 
Passmore Edwards public library. (In 
Burgoyne. Library construction.) 

— Building news, vol. 68, 69, 70, 1895. 


Shepherd's Bush building. (In Green- 
wood. Library year bool^ 1897.) 
Hampstead (London). 
Public library. Competitive design. Builder, 
vol. 69, Dec. 26, 1895. 

— Accepted design. British architect, vol 
43, June 7, 1895. 

— Building news, vol. 73, Nov. 12, 1897. 
Hancock, K. H. 

Town library. (In W. W. Hayward. His- 
tory of Hancock. Lowell, iSSg.) 4436.119 

— (In N. H. Library commission. Report, 

Harrisburg, Penn. 
State library. Two stereoscopic views of 
the interior. ♦6190.25 

— Front view. (In Report of State librarian. 
1896.) ♦6195.40.1896 

Harrow-on-thc-hill, England. 
Vaughan library. (In Our own cotmtry, 
vol. 5, 1882.) 2461.62.5 

Hartford, Conn. 
Connecticut historical society. Library. (In 
Conn. Library commission. Report, 
Hartford theological institute. Hosmcr 
hall. Exterior. — Plans. ♦6190.25 

— Case memorial library. (In Dedicatioa 
Hartford, 1893) ♦6190.69 

Public library. (In Conn. Library com- 
mission. Report, 1893-94.) 

Wads worth Athenaeum. Woodcut. (In 
Memorial history of Hartford county, vol. 
I. Edited by J. H. Trumbull, Boston, 
1886.) *445i-58 

— (In Conn. Library commission. Re- 
port, i&)3-94.) 

Hartford, Vt. 
Public library. Photograph. ♦6i9oa.2i 

With this is a rough plan and statistics of the 
number of volumes, capacity of ahelving, cost, 

Harvard, Mass. 
Public library. Three photographs. — 
Plan. Cab.60.42.2 

— Heliotype. (In Proceedings at the dedi- 
cation. Boston, 1888.) ♦2144.44 

— (In H. S. Nourse. History of the town 
of Harvard. Harvard, 1894.) ♦4353128 

— (In Mass. Library commission, ist, 9th 

Har\'ard college. 
Library. Exterior. (In Harvard book, by 
F. O. Vaille and H. A. Clark, vol. i, Cam- 
bridge, 1875.) *438o.3 

— Extension. Stack. — Shelving. Ameri- 
can architect, vol. 4, Nov. 23, 1878. 

— New England magazine, vol. 15, Dec., 


An article on the library, by Charles K. Bolton, 
with illustrations. 

Divinity school. Library. Library journal, 
vol. 13, Feb., 1888.) 

— American architect, vol. 29, July 26, 189a 
Law school. Interior of reading-room, 

Austin hall. Two heliotypes. (In Mono- 
graphs of American architecture. No. i.) 

Hatfield, Mass. 
Public library. (In Mass. Library conunis- 
sion. 9th report.) 
Haverford college. 
Library and Alumni halt. (In Haverford 


college: its aims and characteristics. 
Phila., 1879.) 4494151 

Haverhill, Mass. 
Public library. Nine photographs. **G.2go.i 

— (In Haverhill, Massachusetts. Haverhill, 
1889.) *4455.i46 

— (In J. Frankle. The story of a New Eng- 
land town. Boston, 1891.) *445oa.io2 

— Bradford branch. Statistics of capacity 
of building, use, etc. Manuscript. 1898. 


— (In Mass. Library commission. 9th re- 

Heath, Mass. 

Free public library. (In Mass. Library 
commission. 9th report.) 
Helena, Montana. 

Public library. Photograph of reading 

Hereford, England. 
Lcs bibliotheques enchain^es d'Hereford. 
Plate. (In Le bibliophile fran^ais, vol. 3, 
p. 51. Paris, 1869.) 6160.3.3 

Free library and museum. Exterior. — 
Plan. Builder, vol. 33, Feb. 13, 1875. 
Hightstown, N. J. 

See Peddie institute. 
Hindley. England. 
Free library and museum. Exterior. — 
Plans. Architecture and Building, March 
20, 1886. 

— (In Greenwood. Free public libraries. 
1886.) 6125.46 

— Architect, vol. 39, Jan. 27, 1888. 
Hingham, Mass. 

Public library. (In E. Nason. Gazetteer of 
the State of Massachusetts. Boston, 

1874.) *2385.5i 

— Designs. American architect, vol. 5, 6, 

Au^. 9, 1879- 

— Building burned in 1879. (In Bay state 
monthly, vol. 3, Sept., 1885.) *5322.55.3 

— New England magazine, vol. 5, Oct., 

— (In Mass. Library commission, ist, 9th 

Hinsdale, Mass. 
Public library. (In Mass. Library com- 
mission. 1st, 9th report.) 
Hoboken, N. J. 
Proposed free public library and manual and 
industrial training school. Desi^s. Ameri- 
can architect. International edition, vol. 50, 

Nov. 16, 23, 1895. 
J, Li 
April, 1897. 

Public library. Library journal, vol. 22, 

— 2d prize desijgrn. Architecture and Build- 
ing, vol. 26, Feb. 13, 1897. 

Holden, Mass. 
Damon memorial library. Library journal, 
vol. 13, 1888. 

— (In I). H. Hurd. History of Worcester 
county, vol. 2, Phila., 1889.) ♦4450.56.2 

— (In Mass. Library commission, ist, 9th 

— (In u. F. Estes. History of Holden. 
Worcester, 1894.) *4353.i32 

Homestead, Penn. 
Carnegie library. Three floor plans and 
two elevations. Size, 215^ x 31 inches. 
Scale, }i inch to i ft. Rolled. ♦Cab.21.10.8 

— View. (In Handbook, Aug., 1898.) 



Hopedale, Mass. 
Public library. (In Second annual report, 
1887.) *6i56.56 

Hopkinton, Mass. 
Public library. (In Dedication. Hopkin- 
ton, 1895.) ♦6190a 26 

— (In Mass. Library commission. 9th re- 

Horeau's design for a grand library hall. (In 
Edwards. Memoirs of libraries, vol. 2, 
London, 1859.) ♦2124.4; 2126.2 

Hubbardston, Mass. 
Public library. (In Mass. Library com- 
mission. 1st, 9th report.) 
Hull, Enfi'land. 
James Reckitt public library. Illustrated 
London news, vol. 95, Dec. 28, 1889. 

Periodical room 

— (In T. Tindall Wildridge. Old and new 
Hull. Hull, 1889.) ♦25ooa.ii8 

— Branch library competition. Building 
news, vol. 67, Oct 12, 1894. 

Huntington, L. I. 
Village library. Architectural record, vol. 
6, 1807. 4090.273.6 

Huntly, Scotland. 
Brander library. Builder, vol. 45, Sept. i, 
Hyde, England. 
Municipal library and technical school. 
Building news, vol. 70, Feb. 28, 1896. 
Hyde Park, Mass. 
Proposed public library building. Ameri- 
can architect, vol. 60, May 14, 1898. 
Iglau, Austria. 
Knaben-, Volks- und Burgerschule nebst 
stadtischen Museum u. Volksbibliothek. 
Allg. Bauzeitung, vol. 55, 1890. 
Ilion, N. Y. 
Free public library. (In Finding list, 1893.) 

Illinois college, Jacksonville. 
Jones memorial library building. Half-tone 
engraving. Jacksonville, 1897. ♦6i9oa.38 
With sUtistics of size of building, cost, capacity, 
Indiana university. 
Wylie hall library. New library building. 
(In U. S. Bureau of education. Circular 
of information, no. i, 1891.) ♦7596591891 
Indianapolis, Indiana. 
Public library. View. ♦6i9oa.67 

With sUtistica of cost, capacity, etc. 


State library. See Des Moines. 
Iowa college, Grinnell, Iowa. 

Goodnow hall. Library. (In Catalogue, 

1885.) *4497.I7 

— New England magazine, vol. 18, June, 

Ipswich, England. 

Museum. Free library, etc. Architect, vol. 
22, Julv 12, Aug. 23, Sept. 6, 1879. 

— Three designs. Building news, vol. 37, 
Aug. 29, Sept. 19, 1879. 

— (In Greenwood. Free public libraries. 

Ipswich, Mass. 
Free public library. Exterior. (In M. Wy- 
man. Memoir of Daniel Treadwell. Me- 
moirs of the American academy of arts 
and sciences, vol. 11. Centennial volume. 
Cambridge, 1888.) ♦4340.101 


— (In Mass. Library commission, ist, g/th 

Ithaca, N. Y. 
Cornell library. (In Dedication, Dec. 20, 
1866.) ♦63ioa.72 

See also Cornell university. 

Ivorytown, Conn. 

Ivorytown library. (In Conn. Library 

commission. Report, 1897.) 

Jackson, Mich. 

Public library. Two views. *6i90.83 

Jacksonville, Florida. 

City library. (In S. A. Adams. Homes in 

Florida. Duval county. Jacksonville, 

1890.) 4479.175 

Jaffray, N. H. -rf ^ 

Clay memorial library. (In N. H. Library 
commission. Report, 1895-96.) 
Jamestown, N. Y. 
James Prendergast free library. Photograph, 

Jersey City, N. J. 
Free public library. Competitive design. 
Architecture and Building, vol. 29, Dec. 

— (In its Library record.) *6i40a.99 

— Accepted desig^. Competitive designs. 
Architectural review, March, 1899. 

Jewett City, Conn. 

Slater library. (In Conn. Library com- 
mission. Report 1893-94.) 
Johns Hopkins university. 

Historical seminary. Two views. (In U. S. 
Bureau of education. Circular of informa- 
tion, No. 2, 1887.) *7596.59(i887) 
Kalamazoo, Mich. 
Public library. Inland architect, vol. 17, 
June, 1891. 
Kansas City, Missouri. 
Public library. (In The new Kansas City 
public library, 1898. Kansas CTity. 18^. 
rls. Plans.) ♦6i99a.5 

— (In Brochure series.) 
Kennett square, Penn. 

Bayard Taylor memorial library. Critic. 
Sept 26, 1896. Periodical room 

Kensington, N. H. 
Social library. (In N. H. Library com- 
mission. Report, 1895^96.) 
Kenyon college. 
Hubbard hall. Library building. American 
university magazine, vol. 8, May, 1893. 
Kidderminster, England. 
Public library. (In Greenwood's Library 
year book, 1897.) 
Kingston, Mass. 

Frederic C. Adams public library. View. 
(In Dedicatory exercises, August 4, 1898.) 


— (In Mass. Library commission. 9th re- 

Kingston Plains, N. H. 
Nichols library. American architect, vol. 
58, Oct. 23, 1897. 
Kingston upon Hull, England. 
Central public library. Building news, vol. 
176, May 12. 1899. 
Kongliga universitet. Upsala. 

See University of Upsala. 
Kyoto, Japan. 
Doshisha collegiate and theological school. 
Library. (In P. F. McKeen. Sketch of 
early life of Joseph Hardy Neesima. Bos- 
ton, 1890.) 5539a.37 


Laborde's plan for a public library. (In Ed- 
wards. Memoirs of libraries, vd. 2, Lon- 
don, 185a.) *2i24^; 2126.2 
La Crosse, Wisconsin. 
Public library. (In Wisconsin. Library 
commission. Report 1895-96.) 
Lafayette college, Easton, Penn. 
Libranr. Reading-room. Scribner's month- 
ly, Dec, 1876. Periodica] room 
Lambeth (London). 
New Duming library. Lower Kensington 
lane. Exterior. Builder, vd. 55, Aug. 11, 

Tate free library. Builder, vol. 53, Dec 17, 

— Exterior. — Plan. Building news, voL 
56, April 19, 1889. 

Lancaster, Mass. 
Memorial hall and library. (In A. P. Mar- 
vin. History of Lancaster. Lancaster, 

1879.) ♦2354.61 

— Heliotype. — Plan. *6i90.25 

— (In Worcester society of antiquity. Col- 
lections, vol. 6.) *4452.536 

— (In Mass. Library commission, ist, 9tb 

Lawrence, Kansas. 
Spooner library. New England magazine, 
vol. 22, 1897. 5322.55.22 

Lawrence, Mass. 
Public library. Library journal, vol. 17, 
June, 1892. 

— New England magazine, vol. 17, Jan., 

— (In Mass. Library commission. 9th re- 

Lebanon, N. H. 
Public library. (In N. H. Library com- 
mission. Report, 1895-96.) 
Ledbury, England. 
Barrett-Browning memorial library. Archi- 
tect, vol. 48, Nov. 18, 1892. 
Ledyard, Conn. 
Bill library. (In Conn. Library commis- 
sion. Report, 1893-94.) 
Leeds, England. 
Leeds library. (In T. D. Whitaker. Loidis 
and Elmete. [History of Leeds.] Leeds, 
1816.) '^9ai 

Public library and museum. Eleven photo- 
graphs of the municipal buildings, ex- 
terior and interior. ♦Cab.60.724 

Copies from « put of these photographs, with 
plans and descriptions, may be found aUo in Tlie 
builder, Aug. 33, 30, 1884, and a description in 
The library chronicle, 1884, pp. 66 and ^. 

— (In Greenwood. Public libraries. 189a) 
Leek, England. 

The Nicholson library. (In Greenwood. 
Free public libraries. 1886.) 
Lehigh university. South Bethlehem, Penn. 
University library. (In Register.) *450i.62 

— Harpers' weekly, vol. 32, Sei>t. i, iSfflL 

Periodical room 
Leicester, England. 
Public library. Westcotes branch. Plan. 
(In Greenwood. Public libraries. 189a) 
Leicester, Mass. 
Public library. American architect, Inter- 
national edition, vol. 54, Oct 17, iSgd 

— (In Mass. Library commisston. 9& re- 


Leigh, England. 

Public library and technical institute. (In 
Greenwood's Library year book, 1897.) 
Leipzig university. 

See University of Leipzig. 
Lewisham (London). 

Public library. Building news, vol. 63, Sept. 

g, 1892. 
Lexington, Ky. 
Memorial library. American architect. In- 
ternational edition, vol. 25, March, 1889. 
Lexington, Mass. 
Town hall and Public library. (In Mass. 
Library commission, gth report.) 

See University of Leyden. 
Library for a country town. Building news, 

vol. 57, Oct 4, !%)• 
Library for a country town, Scientific Ameri- 
can, vol. 8, Dec, 1889. 
Library plans. 

A series of illustrated articles on Free public 
libraries was published in the Building news, 
beginning June 6, 1890, and continued into 1891. 

Library wall. Interior decoration competi- 
tion. Exterior. — Plan. American archi- 
tect, vol. 5, March 22, 1879. 
Biblioth^que. Interior. (In J. P. Namur, 
Histoire de la Bibliotheqiie publ que de 
Li^ge. Bruxelles, 1842.) 2157.7.3 

Lincoln cathedral. 

Library. Architect, vol. 47, June 17, 1892. 
Lincoln, Mass. 
Public library. American architect, vol. 24, 
March ij, 1884. 

— (In Dedication.) 6190.27 

— (In Mass. Library conunission. ist, 9th 

Lisbon, N. H. 
Public library. Granite monthly, vol. 20, 
May, 1896. 
Liskeard, England. 
Passmore Edwards free library. Building 
news, vol. 70, Feb. 14, 1896. 
Littleton, Mass. 
Reuben Hoar library. (In Mass. Library 

commission, ist, 9th report) 
Houghton Memorial library building. (In 
Proceedings at the dedication. Littleton, 
1896.) ♦61903.17 

Livermore, Maine. 
Washburn memorial library. (In Dedica- 
tory exercises. Chicago, 1885.) *6i 90.24 
Liverpool, England. 
Free public library. Lithograph. 

Cab.6o. 109.4 

— Plans of the building, etc. 

No. I in C^^ 

— Exterior. — Reading room. Graphic, 
May 3. 1875; May 5, 1877. Per. room 

— (In (jreenwood. Library year book, 1897.) 

Public library. Building news, vol. 60, 

June 26 1891. 
London. , 

Balham. Public library. See Balham. 
Battersea library. See Battersea. 
Bermondsey. Public library. See Bermond- 

Bishopgate institution. (In Greenwood's 

year book, 1897.) 


— - Plan. (In Burgoyne. Library construc- 

Borough road, S. E. Passmore Edwards 
public library. Building news, vol. ys, 
Dec. 3, 1897. 

British museum. Exterior. — Plans. (In 
Pugin and Britton's Illustrations of the 
public buildings of London. London, 
1838, vol. 2.) ♦4092.9.2 

— Project for enlargement. Civil engineer 
and architect's journal, vol. 13, August, 

1850. ♦4012.220.13 

— Six views. Illustrated London news, 

1851, 1857. Per. room 

— In 1853. (In G. Clinch. Bloomsbury 
and St. Giles's past and present. London, 
1890.) ♦2492.101 

— Plan of ground floor. — Interior of new 
Reading room. — Plan of new Reading 
room. Harper's new monthly magazine, 
Vol. 46, Jan., 1873. Per. room 

— Plan of Reading-room. (In pamphlet en- 
titled Reading-room and libraries, Lon- 
don. 1884.) ♦iSi90.2S 

Further information may be found in the preface 
to the List of the books of reference in the Read- 
inff-room of the British museum and in Pagan's 
Lite of Sir A. Panizzi [2746.59]. 

— Plan of ground floor and Reading room. 
American architect, vol. 16, Oct. 18, Dec. 
20, i88d. 

— Uebersichtsplan. — Grundriss und Schnitt 
des Lesesaales und der Bibliothek. Allg. 
Bauzeitung, 1884, Plate 35. 

With text. 

— Exterior. — Interior. (In P. Villars. 
England, Scotland, and Ireland. London, 

1887.) ♦2460.74 

— Plans, etc. (In L. Klasen. Grundriss- 
Vorbilder von Gebauden aller Art, Abth. 
10, pp. 89s, 944-947. Leipzig, 1887.) 


— Colored plan showing the arrangement 
of the library of reference in the Reading 
room. ♦6190.25 
Accompanied by a statement in manuscript, by 
Richard Gamett. 

— (In A. Grasel. Grundzuge der Biblio- 
thekslehre. Leipzig, 1890.) ^6198.23 

— Exterior. Two photographs. 

B. P. L. Special Libraries. 351.5308.E2 
Brixton. Tate Central free library. See 

Camberwell. Public library. See Camber- 

Chelsea. Public library. See Chelsea. 

Clapham. Public library. See Clapham. 

Clerkenwell. Free public library. See 

Dr. Williams's Trust. New library. Ex- 
terior and interior views. Building news, 
March 28, 1873. ♦7360a. i 

Dulwich. Passmore Edwards public library. 
See Dulwich. 

Guildhall library. Exterior.— Plans. Builder, 
vol. 28, Aug. 27, 1870. 

There arc views in Illustrated London news, Nov. 
9 [Per. Room]: J. E. Price. Descriptive account 
of the Guildhall of the city of London. London, 
iffl6[C.B.ii.2]: R.Lovett. London pictures drawn 
with pen and pencil. London, 1890 [2491.1391; 
and in W. J. Loftie. London city. Lonvlon, 
1891 [*2490.iii]. 

Hammersmith. Passmore Edwards public 
librarv. See Hammersmith. 


Hampstead. Public library. See Hamp- 

Honourable society of Gray's inn. New li- 
brary. Perspective view. Building news, 
vol. 46, April 4, 1884. 

House of Commons. Library. Photograph. 
B. P. L. Special libraries. 35i.53cS.E.ia 

The Commons^ library. — - The Peers' li- 
brary. (In The abbey and palace of West- 
minster. Photographed by John Har- 
rington. London, 1869.) ^2460. 19 

— (In Round London. London, 1896.) 

House of Lords. Library. Photograph. 

B. P. L. Special libraries. 3Si.53o8.Ei 
Inner Temple library. Proposed extension 
of library. Six views. Architect, vol. 11, 
June 13. 1874. 

— Exterior. — Plans. — Details. Building 
news, Nov. 11, 1881; Nov. 25, 1881. 

— American architect, vol. 11, March 25, 

Institution of civil engineers. Library. 
Builder, vol. 71, Oct. 17, 1896. 

Ladbroke grove. Netting hill, W. Free li- 
brary. Exterior. — Plan. American ar- 
chitect, vol. 29. July 12, 1800. 
"The intention is to make the main front em- 
blematic of the growth of Knowledge, by shew- 
ing the Tree of Knowledge springing from the 
base of the building." 

Lambeth. See Lambeth. 
Lambeth palace. Library. Bibliographer, 
vol. 3, Dec, 1882. ♦0180a. 1.3 

— Builder, vol. 44, Feb. 10, 1883. 

— Bookworm, vol. i, London, 1888. 


— Lewisham. Public library. See Lewis- 

Lincoln's Inn. New hall and library. (In 
W. J. Loftie. Inns of court and chancery. 
London, 1893.) ♦2460.121 

London institution. Three plans. (In Ed- 
wards. Memoirs of libraries, London, 
1859, vol. 2, pp. 685-^7.) ♦2124.4; 2126.2 

Middle Temple. New library. Exterior 
and ground plan. Builder, vol. 18, Dec. 
15, i860. 

North Lambeth. Library. See North Lam- 

Notttng hill. Free library. See Nrii-ng 

Nunhead. Passmore Edwards public li- 
brary. See Nunhead. 

People's palace. Interior of library. Illus- 
trated London news, vol. 93, Sept. 15, 
1888. Per. room 

— Builder, vol. 57, Sept. 7, 1889. 
architecture. 1889.) 4090.215 

— Interior of Reading room. (In Academy 
Poplar. Public library. See Poplar. 
Record office. Construction der eisernen 

Repositorien. Allgem. Bauzeitung, 1884, 
Plate 35. 

With text. 
Reform club. Interior of library. (In L. 
Fagan. The reform club. London, 1887.) 


St. George. See St. George. 

St. Giles. Public library. See St. Giles. 

St. Martins-in-the-Fields. Free public li- 
brary. See St. Martins-in-the Fields. 

St. Mary-Le-Strand. See St. Mary-Le- 


St Paul's cathedral. Library. (In W. J. 
Loftie. London city. London, 1891.) 


ShadwelL See ShadwelL 

Shepherd's Bush. See Shepherd's Bush. 

Shoreditch. Public libraries and museums. 
See Shoreditch. 

Sion college. Exterior and interior of li- 
brary. London news, vol. 89, Oct 9, 1886. 

Per. room 

South Audly street Public library. Archi- 
tect, vol. 55, Feb. 7, 1896. 

— American architect. International edition, 
vol. 52, April II, 1896. 

South Lambeth. Tate library. See South 

Stoke Newington. Public library. Sec 
Stoke Newington. 

Streatham. Tate Public library. Sec 

Wandsworth. Free library. See Wands- 

West Ham. See West Ham. 

Westminster. Public library. See West- 

Whitechapel. Free public library and mu- 
seum. See Whitechapel. 
Loughborough, England. 

Public librarv. (In Greenwood. Public li- 
braries. 1091.) 
Lowell, Mass. 

City library. Architecture and Building, 
vol. 10, June 22, 1880. 

— View. — Plans. (In Story of the City 
hall commission. Edited by Prentiss 
Webster. Lowell, 1894.) *435i.i20 

— (In Illustrated history of Lowell and 
vicinity. Lowell, 1897.) ♦4351.134 

— (In Mass. Library commission. 9th re- 

Ludlow, Mass. 
Hubbard memorial library. Library jour- 
nal, vol. 13, Tune, 1888. 

— (In Mass. Library commission, ist, 9th 

Lyme, Conn. 

See Old Lyme. 
Macclesfield, England. 

Chadwick free library. British architect, vol. 
6, May 26, 1876. 
McCormick theological seminary, Chicago. 

Virginia library. (In Annual catalogue.) 

McGill college and university, MontreaL 
Library. (In Opening. Montreal, 1893.) 


— American architect. International edition, 

vol. 48, May 25, 1815)5. 
Madison, Wisconsin. 
State historical society of Wisconsin. Pre- 
miated competitive designs. Inland ar- 
chitect, vol. 26, Dec, itoj. 

— View. — Plans. (In Wisconsin. State 
library commission. Report, 1895-6.) 

— Library journal, vol. 21, April, i^gib, 

— ^[Picture of the building.] (In R. G. 
Thwaites. The State historical society of 
Wisconsin. Madison, 1898.) 4375. iji) 

— (In Brochure series.) 

El palacio de bibliotecas 2[ museos. La ilus- 
tracion espafiola y americana, vol. 42, April 

IS, 1898. ♦7371.10.42 


Magnolia, Mass. 
Fublic library. (In Mass. Library com- 
mission. 1st, 9th report) 
Magn^sson, Eirikr. 
Design for a library. The spiral plan. 
Scientific American, vol. 2, July, 1880. 

— A new design for libraries. (In Athenae- 
um, Feb. 27, 1886.) ♦7210a.s0.188s 

The designer 8 ideas are set forth in a paper read 
before the American library association, July, 1886, 
and published with illustrations in the Proceed- 
inn of the Association and in the Library jour- 
nal, Sept., 1886. 

Maiden, Mass. 
Converse memorial library. Sketches. 
American architect, vol. 18, Oct. 3, i88s. 

— Heliotype. American architect, vol. 20, 
Sept. II, 1886. 

— Heliotypes. American architect. Imperial 
edition, Nov. 6, 1886, Sept. 22, 1888. 

— Six heliotypes. (In Family record of 
aeacons James W. Converse and Elisha S. 
Converse. Compiled by William G. Hill. 

1887.) ^ ♦4335.105 

— (In M. G. Van Rensselaer. Henry Hob- 
son Richardson and his works. Boston, 
1888.) ♦8100.22 

— (In Mass. Library commission. 9th re- 

Maldon, England. 
The Flume library. (In C. R. B. Barrett. 

Essex. London, 1892.) 2461.104 

Manchester. England. 
Campfield library. The first public library 

under the Ewart act. (In Greenwood's 

Library year book, 1897.) 
Public free libraries. Exterior of old bpild- 

ing. Illustrated London news, vol. 19, 

Oct. 25, 1851. Per. room 

— Two photographs of interior of Refer- 
ence library. Cab.60.42.2 

Taken about 1854. The building is now demol- 

— Plan of principal floor of old Reterence 
library. (In £. Edwards. Memoirs ot 
libraries, London, 1859, vol. 2, p. 906.) 

*2i2i.4; 2126.2 

— Design for public library. British archi- 
tect, vol. 6, Sei)t. 8, 1876. 

— Woodcut of interior. (In Greenwood. 
Free public libraries. London, 1886.) 

— Plans. (In Burgoyne. Library construc- 

— Openshaw public library. (In Green- 
wood's Library year book, 1897.) 

Owens college. See Owens college. 
Manchester, Mass. 

Memorial library and Grand army hall. 

Heliotypes. (In Dedication services, Oct. 

13, 1887. Boston, 1888.) *2i44.74; *6i90.3i 

— (In Mass. Library commission, ist, 9tb 

— rin D. F. Lamson. History ot Man- 
chester. Manchester, 189s.) 4353-144 

— Three photo-engravings. *6i9oa.83 

— (In E. H. Garrett Romance and reality 
of the Puritan coast Boston, 1897.) 

Manchester. N. H. 
Public library. (In G. F. Bacon. Man- 
chester and its leading business men. 

Boston, 1891.) 4431.106 

Also in New Hampshire Library commission. 
Report, 1894; and in Willey's Book of Nutfield, 
Derry Depot, 189s [*443M*iix]> 


Manchester. Vt 
Mark Skinner memorial library. (In Bro- 
chure series.) 

— ^In Proceedings at the opening. Chicago, 
1898.) 6i99a.4 

Manchester New College, Oxford, England. 
Library. Photograph of the interior. 

Manningham, England. 
Design for Airdale college. Interior oi li- 
brary. Architect, vol. 12, Dec. 5, 1874. 
Mansfield college, Oxford. 

— (In Origin and opening. London, 1890.) 


— Two interior views. Builder, vol. 60, 
June 27, 1801. 

Marathon, N. Y. 
Peck memorial library. Photograph. 

Marblehead, Mass. 
Abbott public library. (In Mass. Library 
commission. 9th report.) 
Marion, Mass. 
Public library. (In Mass. Library commis- 
sion. 9th report.) 
Marlborough, N. H. 
Frost free library. (In Charles A. Bemis. 
History oi Marlborugh. Boston, 1881.) 

Mashpee, Mass. 
Temple hall library. (In Mass. Library 
commission, ist report.) 

— New England magazine, vol. 5, Oct., 

Massachusetts agricultural college, Amherst. 
Chapel and library. (In F. H. Hitchcock. 
Handbook of Amherst Amherst, 1891.) 

Massachusetts state library. 

See Boston. 
Maynooth college. 
Library. (In J. Healy. Maynooth college: 
its centenary history. Dublin, 1895.) 

2490a. 126 
Meadville, Penn. 
Library, art and historical association. Li- 
brary hall. (In Daily tribune-republican. 
Centennial edition, May 12, 1880.; 

Medford, Mass. 
Public library. (In C. Brooks. History of 
Medford. Boston, 1886.) *235S-78 

— Heliotype. ♦44Soa.43 

Published in a collection of views of the town, 
in 1888. 

— (In Mass. Library commission. 9th re- 

Public library, museums, and national gal- 
lery. View. Plan ol classification. ♦6200.5 

— Interior and exterior. Illustrated Lon- 
don news, vol. 36, April 28, i860. 

Per. room 

— New library and museum. Exterior. 
Builder vol. 42, April i, 1882. 

— Exterior. — Interior. (In Cassell's Pic- 
turesque Australasia, London, 1887, vol. 
I.) 3041.105.1 

Memphis, Tenn. 
Cossitt library. Architect and Builder, vol. 
28, March 19, 1898. 
Menasha, Wisconsin. 

Elisha D. Smith library. Library lournal, 
vol. 22, Dec, 1897. 


Mendon, Mass. 
Taft public library. (In Mass. Library 
commission, gth report.) 
Menomonie, Wisconsin. 
Mabel Taintor memorial building. Three 
views. (In Wisconsin. Library commis- 
sion. Report, 1895-6.) 

— Library journal, vol. 21, April, 1896. 
Merly, England. 

Library. (In R. Willett. Description of the 
library at Merly. London, 1785.) 

Cab.80. 183,4 
Methuen, Mass. 
Kevins memorial library. Photograph ana 
heliotype. Cab. 60.42.2 

There are views also in Americaa architect, vol. 
15. June 21, 1884; Catalogue, 1^7 1*2141.771 ; and 
in Mass. Library commission, ist, gth report. 
Mexico, City. 
Biblioteca nacional. Three photographs. 


— View. American architect, vol. 22, Aug. 
27, 1887. 

Middiefield, Conn. 
Coe public library. (In Conn. Library 
commission. Report, 1893-4.) 
Middleton, England. 
Free library. British architect, vo/. 32, Aug. 
9, 1889. 

— Architect, vol. 44, Aug. i, 1890. 

— American architect, International edition, 
vol. 29, Aug. 23, 1890. 

Middleton, Mass. 
Flint public library. (In Mass. Library 
mission, ist, 9th report.) 
Middletown, Conn. 
See also Berkeley divinity school; Wesleyan 

Russell library. (In History ot Middlesex 
county. N. Y., 1884.) *443oa.5i 

— (In Conn. Library commission. Re- 
port, 1893-4.) 

Milford, Conn. 
Taylor library. American architect, Inter- 
national edition, voi. 47, Oct. 20, 1894. 

— (In Conn. Library commission. Re- 
port, 1897.) 

Milford, Mass. 
Memorial hall. (In Mass. Library commis- 
sion, oth report.) 
Millis. Mass. 
Free pubnc library. (In Mass. Library com- 
mission. 9th report.) 
Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 
Public library and museum. Premiated de- 
sign. — Accepted design. Inland archi- 
tect, vol. 22, 23, Jan., Feb., 1894, and in 

Architecture and Building, vol. 20, 1894. 
Views and plans may be found in American archi- 
tect, vol. 43, Jan., 1894; Wisconsin, State library 
commission, report, 1895-96; and in Library jour- 
nal, vol. 21, April, 1896. 

Minneapolis, Minn. 
Public library. Competitive design. Ameri- 
can architect, vol. 20, Sept. 25. 1886. 
Photographs of sketches, exterior, and 
plans, by W. Channing Whitney. 


There are views also in the Public library, Min- 
neapolis, described and illustrated, Minneapolis, 
1890 [*2i43.33]; Illustrated Minneapolis, Minne- 
apolis, i8qi [*447o.io7]; Minneapolis a study, 
Minneapolis, 1891 [*4474.i5i]; and Library jour- 
nal, vol. 16, June, 1891. 


Monastic libraries. 
Biblioth^ue de Noyon. — Pignon de la 
bibliotheque du CoU^ de Navarre. (In 
Revue gto^rale de l^rchitecture et des 
travaux publics, vol. 14.) ^4091.206 

Monson, Mass. 
Horatio Lvon memorial library. (In Dedi- 
cation, Worcester, 1882.) 445553 

— American architect, vol. 13, April 14. 

— (In Mass. Library commission, ist Oth 

Montpelier. Vt 
The Kellogg-Hubbard public library. (In 
Vermont Library commission, ist re- 
port. ifl^S-^) 

See McGill collie and university. 
Montville Centre, Conn. 
Ra3rmond library. (In Conn. Library com- 
mission. Report, 1897.) 
Moodus, Conn. 
East Haddam library. (In Conn. Library 
commission. Report, 1893-^) 
Moosup, Conn. 
Aldrich free public library. (In Conn. Li- 
brary commission. Report, 1897.) 
Morgan Park, Illinois. 
Public library. Inland architect, voL 14* 
Aug., 1880. 
Morristown, N. J. 
Library and lyceum. Photolithosfraph. 

Mt. Holly Springs, Pcnn. 
The Amelia S. Givin free library. Exterior. 
Library journal, vol. 15, Oct 1890. 
Mosinee, Wisconsin. 
Joseph Dessert public library. Library Jonr- 
nal, vol. 24, April, 1899* 
Mount Holyoke college. South Hadley, Mass. 
Library. (In Catalogue.) 2387^1 

— (In History of Mount Holyoke ' semin- 
ary, by Sarah D. (Locke) Stow. 1887.) 

Mountford, E. W. 
The planning of free public libraries. 

In the Builder, Feb. 15, 18^ pp. 116-ZI& with 
one illustration: and in Btuldiiig news, Feb. 7* 
pp. i9S-i99f witn five iUustratkms. 
Die Konigliche Bibliothek. Perspective 
view. — Plans. — Section. (In Edwards. 
Memoirs of libraries, London, 1859, voL 
2j) *2i2iu|; 2126.2 

— Urundrisse. — Schnitt AUgemeine Baa- 
zeitung, vol. 49, 1884, Plate 34. 

With text. 

— American architect, vol. 18, Dec 19, 1885. 

— (In A. Grasel. Grundztige der Biblio- 
thekslehre. Leipzig, 1890.) •6198^3 

— Ireppenhaus der Staatsbibliothek za 
Miinchen, von Gartner. (In H. Knack- 
fuss. Deutsche Kunstgeschichte. Biele- 
feld, 1888, vol. 2.) 8061.75-3 

Muskegon, Michigan. 
The Hackley public library. Library jour- 
nal, vol. 14, April, 1889. 

— Heliotype. •6i9a6o 
Mvstic, Conn. 

Mvstic and Noank library. (In Conn. Li- 
brary commission. Report, 1897.) 
Nahant, Mass. 

Public library. Architectural review, voL 
2, no. 5, July 3, 1893, 


— (In F. A. Wilson. The Nahant public 
library. Lynn, 1895.) 6190a. 12 

— (In Mass. Library commission, gih re- 

asntta, N. H. 

Public library. Granite monthly, vol. i, 

1886. *443S.S4.i 

atick, Mass. 

Bacon free library, South Natick. (In 
Drake's History of Middlesex county, Bos- 
ton, 1880, vol. 2.) 2350.16.2 

— (In Mass. Library commission, gth re- 

Morse institute. (In Same.) 

— (In Mass. Library conunission. ist, gth 

— Photograph. Cab.60.42.2 
augatuck. Conn. 

Howard Whittemorc library. (In Conn. 
Library commission. Report, 1893-4.) 

— (In Brochure series, vol. 3, Nov., 1897.) 

— (In The work of McKim, Mead & White. 
Architectural record, May, 1895.) *4092.64 

few Bedford, Mass 

Free public library. Lithograph. ^6190.24 
There arc riews in New Bedford: its history. 
New Bedford, 1889 [^445^ 103]; and in Mass. Li- 
brary commission, ist, 9tn report 

Few Boston, N. H. 

Whipple free library. Granite monthly, vol. 
22, April, 1897. *4435.54.22 

Few Britain, Conn. 

New Britain institute. Front elevation and 
first floor plans. Phototz^raph. ♦6190.8b 

lew-England historic genealogical society. 
Woodcut of building. (In King's Hand- 
book of Boston.) '2359.65 

— (In Report.) ♦6145.23 
[cw Haven, Conn. 

Free public library. (In A. M. Hiller. The 
free public library of New Haven. New 
Haven, 1893.) ♦6190.39 

— (In Conn. Library commission. Re- 
port, 1893-4.) 

— New Haven colony historical society. Me- 
morial building. Architecture and Build- 
ing, vol. 22, March 2, 1895. 

Jew Ipswich, N. H. 
Library. (In N. H. Library commission. 
Report, 1895-6.) 
Jew London, Conn. 
Public library. (In New London county 
historical societv. Records and papers, 
part I, vol. I, New London, 1890.) 

♦44m 129 

— American architect. International edition, 
vol. 33, Sept. 26, 1891. 

— (In Conn. Library commission. Report, 

4ew Milford, Conn. 
Public library. Architect and Builder, vol. 
2, Aug. 14, 1898. 
^ew Orleans. 
Howard memorial library. Library jour- 
nal, vol. 13, Sept, 1889. 

— (In Mary A. Townsend. Poem written 
for the dedication. New Orleans, 1889.) 


— American architect, International edition, 
vol. 41, 44» Sept. 2, i893» Feb. 17, 1894. 

^ew York City. 
Apprentices' library. Exterior and interior 
views. (In Annals of the GJcneral society 


of mechanics and tradesmen of the City 
of New York. N. Y., 1882.) ♦3570.126 

— Bookmart, vol. i, Aug. 20, 1833. 

Astor library. American architect, vol. 7, 
May 22, i^. 

— Description by F. Saunders, with views. 
(In New England magazine, April. 1890.) 

Columbia college. See Columbia college. 
Free circulating library. Cab.60.42.2 

— Grcorge Bruce tree library. Library jour- 
nal, vol. 13, Jan., 1888. 

— (In Annual report, 1888.) *2 144.25 

— Jackson square library. (In Annual re- 
port, 1888.) *2i44.2S 

— Ottendorf fer branch, Second avenue. 

Cab 60 v<^ 2 
Harlem library. Architecture and Building, 

vol. 16, Jan. 9, 1892. 
Lenox library. (In N. Y. Sketch book of 
architecture, vol. 3, Boston, 1876.) 


— American architect, vol. 2, Sept i, 1877; 
American architect, Imperial edition, vol. 
20, Aug. 28, 1886. 

— (In 2ist annual report for 1890.) ♦6206.9 
Mercantile library. 7 woodcuts. Scribher's 

monthly, Feb., 187 1. Per. room 

— Architecture and Building, vol. 13, July 
5, 1890. 

— Photograph. 1891. ♦6190.36 

— Views. — Plan. Library journal, vol. 17, 
Jan., 1892. 

Mott memorial free medical library. (In 
King's Handbook of New York city. 2d 
edition. Boston, 1893.) ♦4476.187 

New York historical society. Library.. (In 
King's Handbook of New York city. 2d 
edition. Boston, 1893.) ♦4476.187 

New York society library. (In Treat's il- 
lustrated New York. N. Y., 1874.) 


— (In King's Handbook of New York city. 
2d edition. Boston, 1893.) ♦4476.187 

Public library. The Tilden trust library: 
what shall it be? By John Bigelow. With 
illustrations. Scribner's magazine. Sept., 
1892. Per. room 

Contains Suggestions for library buildings, m 
numerous illustrations. 

— Proposed Tilden trust library. Architec- 
tural review, vol. i, no. 8, Sept. 12, 1892. 

— Terms of competition for the building to 
be erected. Aug. 2, 1897. With plans. 


— View, elevations, sections and floor plans. 
Carrere & Hastings, architects. 1897. 

— View. — Plans. Library journal, vol. 22. 

Dec, 1897. 

— Competitive designs. American architect, 
vol. 58, 1897; Architecture and Buildinj?. 

vol. 27. 

— Accepted design. Inland architect, vol. 

30, Dec, 1897. 

— Competitive design, by F. M. Wright. 
American architect, vol. 60, Jan. 8, 1808. 

— Exterior. (In Bulletin of the library, vol. 
2, Feb., 1898.) 

— Views. — Plans. Architectural record, 
vol. 7, Tan.-March, 1898. ♦4090.273 

— Second competition. Architect and 
Builder, vol. 28, April 2, 1898. 

Newark, N. J. 

Library association. Exterior of building. 

(In Catalogrue, 1857.) *2i39.36 

Free public library. Exterior. — Interior. 

— rlans. Library journal, vol. 14, Nov., 


— Elevation and floor plans. Newark, 1897. 


— Competitive design. American architect, 
vol. 59, March 19, 1898. 

— Same. Architecture and Building, vol. 
27. 28. 

Gilstrap free library. Exterior. — Plan. 
Building news, March 9, 1883. 

— Exterior. — Plan. (In Greenwood. Pub- 
lic libraries, 1890.) *2i27.ii 

Newburgh, N. Y. 
Free library. (In John J. Nutt. Newburgh: 
her institutions [etc.]. Newburgh, 1891.) 

Newburyport, Mass. 
Public librarv. (In Statement of proceed- 
ings, etc. Newburyport, 1866.) 2128.28 

— (In E. Nason. Gazetteer of the state of 
Massachusetts. Boston, 1874.) *2385.5i 

— (In J. J. Currier. "Ould Newbury." 
Boston, 1896.) 2352.87 

— (In Mass. Library commission. 9th re- 

Newcastle-under-Lyme, England. 
Public library and municipal buildings. (In 
Greenwood. Public libraries. 4th edi- 
tion. London, 1891.) 

Public library. Design for a free library. 
Front elevation. — Plans. British archi- 
tect, vol. 8, Sept. 21, 1877. 4103.201.8 

V lews and plans arc in the Library chronicle, vol. 
I, Sept., 1884 [*]; London news, vol. 91, 
July 16, 1887 [Per. Room]; and in Building news, 
vol. 70, Jan. 24, 1896. 

Newington, England. 

Public library. Building news, vol. 62, Feb. 

12, 1892. 

— Design. Architect, vol. 47, March 11, 

— Design. American architect. International 
edition, vol. 36, April 9, 1892. 

— Architecture and Building, vol. 17, Aug. 

13, 1892. 
Newington, N. H. 

Public library. (In N. H. Library com- 
mission. Report, 1894.) 
Newport (Monmouth) England. 

Public library and school of science. British 
architect, vol. 17, Feb. 24, 1882. 4103.201. 17 

— American architect, vol. 11, May 2-], 1882. 
Newport, N. H. 

Richards library. Photograph. ♦6190a. 55 

— (In N. H. Library commission. Report, 

Newport, R. I. 

Redwood library and Athenaeum. (In Re- 
portsj *6204.25 

— (In G. C. Champlin. Annals of the Red- 
wood library and Athenaeum. Newport, 
i8qi.) *6i74.65 

Newton, Mass. 
Newton theological seminary. Hills library 
building. American architect. Interna- 
tional edition, vol. 51, Feb. 22, 1896. 


Public library. (In Drake's History of 
Middlesex coun^, voL 2, Boston, 1880.) 


— Photograph. Cab.6o42J 

This btniding has since been enlarged. 

— (In Mass. Library commission, ist, 9th 

Norfolk. Conn. 
Free library. (In Conn. Library commis- 
sion. Rejport, 1893-94.) 

— Connecticut quarterly, vol. i, June, 1895. 

North Adams, Mass. 
Andrew Jackson Houghton memorial. (Id 
Mass. Library conmiission. gth rq>ort) 
North Attleborongh, Mass. 
Public library. New England magazine, 
vol. 17. Oct, 1894. 

— (In Mass. Library conunission. 9th re- 

North Brookfield, Mass. 
Public library. (In Dedication. North 
Brookfield, 18^) 6202.57 

— (In Mass. Library commission. 9th re- 

North Canaan, Conn. 
Douglass library. (In Conn. Library 
commission. Report, 1893.) 
North Easton, Mass. 
Ames free library. (In Catalog^ue.) 


— American architect, vol. 2, 13, 20, Nov. 3, 
i877» June 30, 1883, Sept 11, 1886. 

— Views. (In Monographs of American 
architecture. No. 3. Boston, 1886.) 


— (In W. L. Chaffin. History of Easton. 
Cambridge, 1886.) *4352.76 

— Exterior. Three views. — Plans. (In 
M. G. Van Rensselaer. Henry Hobson 
Richardson and his works. Boston, 1888.) 


— (In Mass. Library conunission. ist, 9di 

North Granby, Conn. 
Public library. Woodcut, with description. 

North Haven, Conn. 
Bradley library. (In Conn. Library com- 
mission. Report, 1893-94.) 
North Lambeth (London). 
Library. (In Burgoyne. Library construc- 
North Reading, Mass. 
Flint library. (In Mass. Library commis- 
sion. 1st, 9th report) 
North Scituate, Mass. 
Peirce memorial library. Statistics of cost, 
dimensions, etc. of building. Manuscript 
i8j^ ♦61908.97 

— view. (In Mass. Library commission. 
9th report.) 

Northampton, England. 
Long library, Althorp Park, seat of Earl 
Spencer. American architect. Interna- 
tional edition, vol. 43, Jan. 6, 1894. 
Northampton, Mass. 
Forbes library. (In Northampton the 
Meadow city. Northampton, IW4.) 


— Library journal, vol. 19, Nov., 1894. 


_ View. — Plan. (In W. I. Fletcher. Pub- 
lic libraries in America. Boston, 1894.) 


— (In Mass. Library commission. 9th re- 

Public library. Photograph from the archi- 
tect's drawing of the exterior and interior. 

Cab.6o. 109.4 

— (In Mass. Library commission, ist, 9th 
report. ) 

— Lilly free library (Florence). (In Pictur- 
esque Hampshire. Northampton, 1890.) 


— (In Mass. Library commission, ist, 9th 

Northborough, Mass. 
Public library. (In Dedicatory exercises of 
the Gale library building. Northboro, 

1895.) *6i94.55 

— (In Mass. Library commission. 9th re- 

Northbridge, Mass. 
Whitinsville social library. (In Mass. Li- 
brary commission. 9th report) 
Northfield, Mass. 
Public library. Dickinson memorial library. 
CIn Northfield echoes, vol. 4, no. i, 1897.) 

M 17 1 ^ . *74Soa.63 

— New England magazme, vol. 22, Aug. i, 


— (In Mass. Library commission. 9th re- 

Talcott library at D. L. Moody's school. 
Library journal, vol. 12, Aug., 1887. 

— (In Northfield, Mount Hermon, and Chi- 
cago. An account of four Bible schools. 
N. Y. 1892.) 4499.173 

Northumberland, Duke of. 
View of library in Sion House. Interior. 
Builder, vol. 39, Dec. 18, 1880. 
Northwestern university, Evanston, Illinois. 
Orrington Lunt library. Library journal, 
vol. 10, Oct., 1894. 

— (In Exercises at the opening. Evanston, 

1894.) *6i90.52 

Northwich, England. 
Free public library. Architect, vol. 35, May 
21, 1886. 
Norton, Mass. 
Public library. (In Dedication. Norton, 

1888.) *6i94.45 

— (In Mass. Library commission, ist, 9th 

Norwich, Conn. 
Otis library. Slater memorial building. (In 
Addresses at dedication. Cambridge, 1887.) 


— (In Norwich, Conn. Its importance. 
Norwich, 1888.) ♦4431.64 

— (In Mary E. Perkins. Old house of the 
antient town of Norwich. Norwich, 1895.) 


— (In Conn. Library commission. Report, 

Norwich, England. 
Free public library. Illustrated London 
news, vol. 30, May 16, 1857. Per. room 

— Architect, vol. 35, Mav 21, 1886. 
This building was bumea August, 1898. 

Norwood, England. 
Free public library. Builder, vol. 53. Sept. 
24, 1887. 

— (In A. M. Galer. Norwood and Dulwich. 
London, 1890.) 2460a. 107 

Norwood, Mass. 
Public library. (In Mass. Library commis- 
sion, oth report.) 
Nottin^ Hill (London). 
Pubhc library. American architect. Inter- 
national edition, vol. 29, July 12, 1890. 
Nottingham, England. 

Central public library and University col- 
lege. (In Greenwood. Public libraries. 
3d edition. 1890.) 
Nunhead (London). 
Passmore Edwards public library. Building 
news, vol. 70, April 17, 1896. 
Oak Park, Illinois. 
Scoville institute. View. ♦6190.24 

— Exterior. — Plans. Inland architect, 

vol. 5, Feb., 1885. ' *6853.i.5 

Oberlin college. 
Spear library. (In Order of exercises at the 
dedication. Boston, 1885.) ♦6147.214 

— (In Oberlin college. Descriptive and his- 
torical sketches. Akron, 1887.) 4498.113 

— Photograph. Cab.60.42.2 
Ohio state university. 

Library. (In U. S. Bureau of education. 
Circular of information. No. 5, 1891.) 

Old Lyme, Conn. 

Public library. (In Conn. Library com- 
mission. Report, 1893-94.) 
Oldham, England. 

Free library and museum. Design sub- 
mitted. By A. H. Tiltman and H. Shaw. 
Builder, vol. 42, Jan. 14, 1882. 

— Design. Architect, vol. 28, Sept. 16, 1882. 


— Selected design. Building news, vol. 41, 

Omaha, Nebraska. 

Public library. Blue print. ♦6i90a.63 

— Architectural review, vol. 2, no. 7, Oct. 
2, 1893. 

— (In Brochure series.) 
Orleans, Mass. 

Snow library. American architect, vol. 3, 
Feb. 9, 1878. 

— (In Mass. Library commission, ist, 9th 

— (In E. G. Perry. Trip around Cape Cod. 
Boston, 1897.) 4352.143 

Oskaloosa, Iowa. 
Spencer library, Penn college. Building, 
vol. 9, Dec. 8, 1888. 
Ottawa, Canada. 
Parliamentary library. Plan of the upper 
part of library. Builder, vol. 17, Dec. 10, 

There are views also in American architect, vol. 
I, June i7j 1876, vol. 22, Nov. 26, 1887; and in 
Dominion illustrated, Feb. 8, 1890 [*73ao.5o.4]. 

Owens college, Manchester. 
Christie library. Builder, vol. 71, Nov. 14, 
Oxford, England. 
Public library. British architect, vol. 46, 

Dec. 18, 1896. 
See also, Mansfield college, Manchester new 
college. University of Oxford. 
Oxford, Mass. 
Town hall and library. (In Mass. Library 
commission. 9th report.) 


Palmer, Mass. 
Public library. (In Mass. Library com- 
mission. 1st, Qth report.) 

Papworth's plan (or a public library. (In £. 
Edwards. Memoirs of libraries, London, 

l8S9, vol. 2.) 212I.4; *2I26.2 


Bibliotheque. Front of a building. (In In- 
time-club. Croquis d'architecture, vol. i, 
Jan.. 1868.) ♦Cab.60.67.1 

Bibliotheque des arts et metiers. Ancienne 
chapelle de I'abbave de Saint-Martin. In- 
terior. (In F. Bloch, and A. Mercklein. 
Les rues de Paris. 3e arrondissement, 
Paris, 1891.) ♦2630.53 

Bibliotheque nationale. (In Pugin's Paris 
and its environs. London, 1829.) *2630.3 

— (In Laborde, marquis de. De I'organisa- 
tion des bibliotheques dans Paris. Paris, 
1845.) 2170.14 

With illustrations and plans of other libraries. 

— (In Laborde, marquis de. Revue critique 
des projets presentes pour le d^placement 
de la Bibliotheque royale. Paris, 1845.) 

No. 2 in 2170.14 

— Restauration par Mr. H. Labrouste. (In 
Encyclopedie a architecture, le s^rie, Paris, 
vol. 8, 1858, pi. 28, 38, 39, 40, 99. 100, 116, 
117; vol. 10, pi. 98.) 40p0.225 

— Interior views. (In Encyclopedie de 
Tarchitecture, vol. 2^ *4I02.57.2 

— Ground plan. — Plans of Visconti and 
Laborde for its reconstruction. (In E. 
Edwards. Memoirs of libraries. London, 
1859, vol. 2.) 2121.4; ♦2126.2 

— Grande cour. (In Paris dans sa splen- 
deur. Paris, 1861.) ♦66ioa.2.2 

— Nouvelle salle de lecture. (In Le biblio- 
theque fran^ais, vol. i, 1868.) ♦6160.3 

— Restauration. Facade du nord. Gazette 
des architectes et du batiment, 6e ann^e, 
Paris, 1868-69, no. 23. 4091.225 

— Departement des imprimis. Salle de 
travail. Plan. ^6190.65 

— Grundriss. Allgem. Bauzeitung, 1884. 
Plate 36. 

Also, woodcuts in the text. 

— Salle de travail. — Reading-desk. Ameri- 
can architect, vol. 16, Dec. 20, 1884. 

— Plans. Revue generate de I'architecture 
ct des travaux publics, vol. 8, pi. 39, 40; 
vol. 30, pi. 56-58. ♦8090.110 

Plate j8, vol. 8: Plans de diverses biblioth^ues. 

— Salle de lecture. Photograph. (In Vues 
des principaux monuments, issued by the 
Municipal governments of Paris.) 


— Texte de M. G. Lenotre. Dessins de M. 
Pierre Vidal. (In Le monde illustre, vol. 
71, 1892.) ^7250.2.71 

Bibliotheque Sainte-Genevieve. Plans, etc. 
(In Encyclopedic d'architecture, le serie, 
Paris, vol. i, 185 1, plate 73; vol. 2. pi. 32, 
51, 71, 81, 91, loi, in; vol. 3, pl. If 4. IQ, 
^6, 27, 28, 38, 39, 104, 105, 115. 116; vol. 4, 
pl. 19; vol. 5, pl. 98, 114; vol. 6, pl. 46; vol. 
7, pl. 89, 90, 100. no, n9, 120.) ♦4090.225 

— Views. — Plans. Revue generate de I'ar- 
chitecture et des travaux publics, vol. 10, 
pl. 21-27; vol. n, pl. 30-32.) ♦ 

— Grundriss. Allgem. Bauzeitung, 1884, 
Plate 34. 

— Sketch plans. American architect, vol. 
j6, Dec. 27, 1884. 


— Querschnitt — Seitenfront. — (In L 
lUasen. Grundriss- Vorbilder von Gt- 
bauden aller Art Abth. 10^ pp. 99^ 937- 
Leipzig, 1887.) *AiO3.s8.i0 

— Three photographs. Cab.6ai04.3 
Conservatoire des arts et mMers. Biblio- 

th^ue. (In Paris dans sa splendeur. 
Paris, 1861.) ^6ioa.2.2 

— £cole de droit Sketch plan ot library. 
American* ardiitect, vol. id, Dec 27, 1884. 

ficole de mMecine. Biblioth^ue. (In 
Brochure series.) 

£cole des beaux-arts. Sketch plan of li- 
brary. American architect, voL 10, Dec 
27, i£fi4. 

Soci6t^ de g6ographie. Biblioth^ue. Two 
photographs of interior of library. 
*^ ♦6190.62 

Pasadena Oal. 

Public library. Photograph. ♦6i9oa.73 

Paterson, N. J. 

Free public library. (In Monthly bnlletm 
and Annual reports.) ♦6156.61; 4156.50 

— Twelve photographs. (In Description of 

the building [etc]. Paterson, 1891) 


Pawtucket, R. I. , 

Public library. Statistics of capacity of 
building, use, etc Manuscript 1898. 


— View. Plan. Library journal, vol. 24, 
June, 1899. 

Peabody Mass. 
Peabody institute library. (In Mass. Library 
commission, oth report) 
Peddie institute. Hightstown, N. J. 
Longstreet library and science buildings. 
(In glimpses of Peddie Hightstown, 
1895.) 4497.308 

Pelham, N. H. 
Public library. (In N. H. Library com- 
mission. Report, 1895-96.) 
Penn college, Oskaloosa, Iowa. 
Architecture and Building, vol. 9. Dec 8, 
People s palace. See London. 
Peoria, Illinois. 
Public library. Eight photographs of in- 
terior. ♦Cab.6a42.2 

— Library ioumal, vol. 22, March, 1897. 
Peterborough, N. H. 

Town library. Granite monthly, vol. i^ 
April, 1895. *4435-54-i8 

— Statistics of dimensions and capacity ot 
the building, etc. Manuscript 1898. 

Peterhead. Scodand. 
Free librarv and Abuthnot museunL (In 
Peterhead free library demonstration, Pe- 
terhead, 1891.) 6159-^ 

— (In Greenwood Public libraries. # 

Petersham, Mass. 
Public library. (In Mass. library com- 
mission. 1st, 9th report) 

— New England magazine, vol. 5, Oct., 

— (In Brochure series.) 

Apprentices* library. (In U. S. Bureau of 
education. Report, 1876.) ♦2202.10 

Franklin institute. Photograph of interior 
ot library. Cab.6cM2.2 


— (In Official catalogue of International 
electrical exhibition. Phila.,1884.) 3961.72 

Free library. 23 photographs of the: main 
library and branches. 1899. %i9oa.ii7 

Library company (Ridgway branch). Li- 
brary journal, voL i, oep^ 30, 1876. 

— Phototype. ^6190.24 

— (In G. £. Vickers. Philadelphia: the 
story of an ! American city. Phua., 1893.) 


— Inland architect, vol. 23, May i, 1894. 
Loganian library, 1745-50. (In U. S. Bu- 
reau of education, Report, 1876.) * 

Mercantile Hbrary. (In Reports.) *6iQ0.24 

— (In Philadelphia and its environs. Phila., 

1884.) ♦437oa.79 

Pennsylvania historical society. Potter's 

American monthly, vol. 13, Dec., 1879. 

Tioga hall and free library. Architecture 
and Building, vol. 26, May 15, 1897. 
Pittsburgh, Penn. 
Carnegie library. Building. Designs by 
various architects. Views, elevations, sec- 
tions and floor plans. *6i90.7o 
From American architect and building news, 
March 5, April 23, May ai. 1892. 
Also vie ITS, sections and floor plans. 1897. 

— Same. The architectural review, vol. 4, 
no. 3. Boston^ 1897. *4i02.205.i897 

— Accepted design. Inland architect, vol. 
18, Jan., 1892. 

— Premiated design. Same, vol. 19, March, 

— Competitive designs. Architecture and 
Building, vol. 16, Feb. 27, June 25, 1892. 

— Library journal, vol. 20, Nov., 1895. 

— (In Dedication souvenir. 1895.) 0194.56 

— Lawrenceville branch. Plans. Library 
journal, vol. 22, Sept, 1897. 

Pittsfield, Mass. 
Berkshire Athenaeum. (In History of Berk- 
shire county, N. Y., 1885, vol. 2.) ♦4451.5.2 

— (In Inland Massachusetts. Springfield, 

^y9^'\, , . *4454-i75 

— (In Mass. Library commission, ist, 9th 

Pittsiord, Vt 
The Maclure library. (In Vermont. Li- 
brary commission, ist report 1895-96.) 


— (In Exercises and addresses at the dedi- 
cation of the Walker memorial building. 
Hartford, 1895.) 6196.71 

Plan for a library building. Sketch. (In M. 
G. Van Rensselaer. Henry Hobson Rich- 
ardson and his works. Boston, 1888. 


Plan of one-story public library. — Plan of 

two-story public library. (In Account of 

proceedings of the ist Australasian library 

conference, 1896. Melbourne, 1896. 

To illttstrate an article on A model library build- 
ing, by W. B. Tappin. 

Plans for a public lifcrary. (In W. Fullerton. 

Architectural examples. London, 1890.) 

♦8090a. 53 
Plans for a village library. Building news, 

vol. 57^ Tune 5, 1889. 
Plymouth, England. 
Public and C^ttonian library. Civil engineer 
and architect's journal, vol. 3, Oct., 1850. 



— Builder, vol. 10, March 6, 1852. 
Poole, W. F. 

The construction of library buildings. With 
plans. American architect, vol. 10, Sept. 
17, 1881. 
— Poole's plan for a library building. (In 

Burgovne. Library construction.) 
Poole, England. 
New free library. Graphic, vol. 38, Dec. 3, 
1887. Per. room 

Poplar (London). 
Public library. Building news, vol. 63, Oct. 
24, 1892. 

— Plan. (In Burgoyne. Library construc- 

Portland, Conn. 
Buck library. (In Conn. Library commis- 
sion. Report, 1897.) 
Portland, Maine. 
Public library and Maine historical society. 
(In Dedicatory exercises. Auburn, 1889.) 


— Front view. (In S. A. Drake. The pine- 
tree coast Boston, 1891.) *4435.ii5 

Portland, Oregon. 
Public library. (In Our library. Portland, 
Oregon, 1894.) ♦2203.44 

— Library journal, vol. 20, March, 1895. 
Pratt institute library building, Brooklyn. 

Library journal, vol. 21, May, June, i89i5. 

— (In Burgoyne. Library construction.) 
Preston, England. 

Harris free library and museum. Builder, 
vol. 43, Sept. 9, 1882. 

— (In Greenwood. Free public libraries. 
1st edition.) 

— (In Greenwood. Public libraries. 3d edi- 

Differs from the preceding. 

Princeton, Mass. 
Public library. (In The Goodnow memorial 
building . . . Worcester, 1885.) ♦4459.101 

— (In Dedication. Worcester 1887.) 


— (In Mass. Library commission, ist, 9th 

Princeton college. 
Library. (In New- York sketch-book of ar- 
chitecture, vol. I, Boston, 1874.) ♦8090.52.1 

— Interior. — Plan. Scribner's monthly, 
March, 1877. Per. room 

— Interior. — Plan. Library journal, vol. 
2, Oct., 1877. 

— Stack building. 3 views. American ar- 
chitect. International edition, vol. 54, Nov. 
14, 1896. 

The Chancellor Green library. — Court of 
the new Princeton library. New England 
magazine, vol. 17, Dec, 1897. 
Providence, R. I. 

Athenaeum. (In Providence illustrated. 
Providence, 1886.) ^6330.6 

— (In W. A. Greene. The Providence plan- 
tations. Providence, 1886.) ♦6330.7 

The John Carter Brown library. (In H. 

Rogers. Private libraries of Providence. 

Providence, 1878.) ♦2205.39 

Public library. (In Providence illustrated. 

Providence, 1886.) ♦6330.6 

— Competitive designs. American architect. 
International edition, vol. 48, May 25, 1895. 

— (In Bulletin. July, 1896.) 2140.40 

— Library journal, vol. 21, Aug., 1896. 


— Seven photographs of the exterior, two 
of details of the interior. 1898. *6i9oa.ioi 

Rhode Island historical society. Library. 
(In W. A. Greene. The Providence plan- 
tations. Providence, 1886.) ♦osjo.? 

— (In Providence illustrated. Providence, 
iS»6.) ♦6330.6 

Provincetown, Mass. 
Public library. (In Mass. Library com- 
mission. 1st, ^h report.) 
Putney, England. 
Public library. Design by Maurice B. 
Adams. Bunding news, vol. 75, Dec. 16, 
Quincy, Illinois. 
Public library. (In Quincy illustrated. 
Quincy, 1888.) *4370.i02 

— Inland architect, vol. 11, May, 1888. 

— Library journal, vol. 14, March, 1889. 
Quincy, Mass. 

Thomas Crane memorial library. Four 
views. (In Address of C. F. Adams, jr., 
and proceedings at the dedication. May 
30, 1882. Cambridge, 1883.) 

♦6i9oa.5; 6i9oa.6 

— Chimney piece. Book room. American 
architect, Imperial edition, 1892, no. 868. 

Boston, 1888 [*8ioo.2j: and in Mass. Library 

commission, ist, 9th report. 

Randolph, Mass. 
Turner free library. Design by S. J. F. 
Thayer. (In Architectural sketch-book, 
Boston, vol. I, no. 5, Nov., 1873.) 


— Library journal, vol. i, Feb., 1877. 

— (In Mass. Library commission, ist, 9th 
report. ^ 

Reading, England. 
Public library. Ground plan. (In Green- 
wood. Public libraries. 3d edition.) 
Redruth, England. 
Passmore Edwards free library. Building 
news, vol. 67, Aug. 3, 1894. 

— (In Greenwood's Library year book, 

Rehoboth, Mass. 

Goff memorial. (In Mass. Library com- 
mission. 1st. 9th report.) 
Turner free library. (In Mass. Library 
commission. 9th report.) 
Revere, Mass. 
Town hall ano public library. (In Mass 
Library commission. 9th report.) 
Rhode Island historical society. 

See Providence. 
Richmond, Surrey, England. 
Free public library. Exterior. — Ground 
plan. Builder, vol. 40, March 26, 1881. 

— Interior views. (In Annual report, 1881, 
86.) ♦6147.81 

Richmond, Virginia. 
Stale library. (In Snap-shots at Richmond. 
Richmond, 1885.) 4466.131 

— Harper's weekly, vol. 41, Jan. 2, 1897. 

Per. room 
Ridgefield, Conn. 
Ridgeficld library. (In Conn. Library 
commission, no. 2, 1897.) 
Rindge, N. H. 
Ingalls memorial library. (In N. H. Li- 
brary commission. Report, 1894.) 


Riverside, R, I. 
Public library. Woodcut, with description. 

Rochester. Mass. 
Free public library. (In Mass. Library com- 
mission, gth report) 
Rochester, N. Y. 
Reynolds library. (In Reference catalogue. 
Rochester, i^.) ♦614135 

Palazzo Vaticano. La biblioteca. Mounted 
photograph. Boston Public library. Special 

— Photo-tint Building news, vol. 55, Sept 
14, 1888. 

— Interior, showing style and arrangement 
of book-cases in ancient Rome. (In R. 
Lanciani. Ancient Rome in the light of 
recent discoveries. Boston, 1889.) 

♦2751.58; »L.52.3 
Rostock, Germany. 

See University of Rostock. 
Rothwell, England. 
Public library. (In Greenwood's Library 
year book, 1897.) 
Rouen, France. 
La bibliotheque de la ville de Rouen. Two 
views of interior, and text, by Jules Ade- 
line. (In Le livre. Bibliographic ancienne, 
i, 61-72. Paris, 1880.) ♦6164.70.1 

Rutgers college. 
Library. Architectural record, vol. 6, 1897. 


Rutland, Vt 
Rutland free library. (In Architectural 
league of New York. Fourth annual ex- 
hibition. 1888.) 809431 

— (In Vermont Library commissioners. 
1st report.) 

Saginaw, Michigan. 
Hoyt public library. Four photographs, ex- 
terior and interior. *6i90.89 
St George, Hanover square (London). 
Public library. Building news, vol. 63, Nov. 
18, 1892. 

— Architect, vol. 56, Sept. 25, 1896. 
St. George's in the East (London). 

Passmore Edwards's Public library. Build- 
ing news, vol. 72, May 21, 1897. 

St Giles (London). 
Public library. Designs. British architect, 
vol. 40, 1893. 
St Helen's, England. 
Design for Free library. Builder, vol. 67, 

Oct 20, 1894. 
The Gamble institute. (In Greenwood's Li- 
brary year book. 1897.) ♦619843 

— (In Burgoyne. Library construction.) 

St. Johnsbury, Vt 
Public library. Exterior. — Interior. (In 
Vermont. Library commission, ist re- 

— Two stereoscopic views. ♦6i9a6o 

St. Louis, Mo. 
Mercantile library association. View. (In 
Description of the library building. N. Y., 
1889.) 8090.27 

— Exterior. — Plan. Library journal, vol. 
14, Jan., 1889. 

— Exterior. — Interior. New England 
magazine, vol. 11, Jan., 189a. 


— (In H. H. Morgan. The historical World's 
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Niedringhaus memorial building. Library 

journal, vol. 13, De&, 188& 
Public library. Small woodcuts of exterior 

and interior. ♦6190.25 

Library and office building for St. Louis 

board of public schools. Inland architect, 

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— New England magazine, vol. 13, Sept, 

St. Martin-in-the-Fields (London). 

Free public library. (In Greenwood. Pub- 
lic libraries. 3d edition, 4th edition.) 
St Mary-le-Strand (London). 
Public hall and Parish library. Building 
news, vol. ^, Nov. 23, 1894. 
St Paul, Minn. 
Law library. Inland architect, vol. 27, March 
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1859, vol. 2.) 2124.2; 2126.2 

Imperial public library. Photograph. 

Sale, England. 
Public library. Building news, vol. 59, Sept 
5, 1890. 
Salem, Mass. 
Essex institute. Photographs. ♦4456.106 
Peabody academy of science. Photographs. 


Public library. (In Address of John M. 

Raymond, at the opening. Salem, 1889.) 


— Interior views. — Plans. Library jour- 
nal, vol. 15, July, 1890. 

— Photograph. ^6190.66 

— Six photographs, also a photograph of 
the Salem Athenseum, and two oi the 
Court house library. Salem, 1891. *6i97.25 

— (In Mass. Library commission, ist, 9th 

Salem Athenaeum. Photographs. ♦4456.106 
Salford, England. 
Free library. Greengate branch. Front ele- 
vation. — Sections. — Plan. Building 
news, vol. 19, Dec. 16, 1870. 
Salisbury, Conn. 
Public library. (In Conn. Library com- 
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— (In Brochure series.) 
San Francisco. 

Hubert Howe Bancroft's historical library. 


— (In Evolution of a library. Chicago, 

1897.) ♦6199.8 

Mercantile library association. Five photo- 
graphs. ♦0190.80 

Alto statistics of cost, dimensions, etc. 

Public library. (In its Monthly bulletin.) 

San Rafael, Cal. 
Scott library hall. (In The Calif omian, vol. 
I, 1891/2.) ♦5321.511 

Saybrook, Conn. 
Acton library. (In Conn. Library com- 
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Scituate, Mass. 
Peirce memorial library. (In Mass. Library 
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Scranton, Penn. 
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— Plan. Library journal, vol. 17, July, 

— view. — Details. Architectural review, 
vol. 2, no. 8, Nov. 15, 1893. 

— (In Brochure series.) 
Seabrook, N. H. 

Brown memorial library. (In N. H. Li- 
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Passmore Edwards Public library. Journal 
of the Society of architects, new series, 
vol. 5, June, 1898. ♦4090.271 

Sharon, Conn. 
Hotchkiss library. (In Conn. Librarv 
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Sheffield. England. 
Central free library; also Upperthorpe 
branch. (In Greenwood. Free public li- 
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Plumb memorial library. American archi- 
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IS, 1855. 

— (In Conn. Library commission. Report, 

Shepherd's Bush (London). 

Passmore Edwards public library. Ameri- 
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Public library. (In Mass. Library commis- 
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vol. 71, Dec. 12, 1896. 

Public library. Building news, vol. 64, May 
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— British architect, vol. 45, March 27, 1896. 
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report, 1897.) *^i5i.34 

Shrewsbury, England. 

Free library. Photograph. Boston Public 
library. Special libraries. 
Shrewsbury, Mass. 

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Abbazia di Monte Oliveto Magg^ore (Prov. 
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chrome Meisterwerke der monumentalen 
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This room in the Cathedral of Siena was deco- 
rated by Pinturicchio. and was prepared by Fran- 
cesco Piccolomini, afterwards Pope Pius iii., to 
contain the manuscripts of his uncle, Aeneas Syl- 
vius Piccolomini, afterwards Pope Pius 11. 

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— Connecticut quarterly, April, 1895. 


— (In Conn. Library commission. Report, 

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Sketch for a small library. American archi- 
tect. International edition, vol. 39, March 

18, 1893. 

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Soane medallion competition, 1877. Design 
for a free library and a public institute. 
Designs by W. Scott, April 13, 1877; by 
T. Manly Deane, April 20, 1877; by J. L. 
Ball, April 27, 1877. Building news, vol. 

Somerville, Mass. 
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— (In Mass. Library commission, ist, 9th 

— (In J. S. Hayes. Our Public library. 
Somerville, 1896.) 6206.28 

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South Bend, Indiana. 

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South Berwick, Maine. 
Fogg memorial library, Berwick academy. 
New England magazine, vol. 16, July, 

South Braintree, Mass. 
Thayer memorial librai^. Statistics of 
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South Dartmouth, Mass. 
South worth library. Library journal, Dec., 

— (In Mass. Library commission. 9th re- 

South Lambeth (London). 
Tate library. Building news, vol. 56, April 

19, 1889. 

— Plan. (In Burgoyne. Library construc- 

South Orange, N. J. 
Free circulating library. Architecture and 
Building, vol. 24, Feb. i, 1896. • 
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commission. 9th report) 
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Pequot library. Scientific American, April, 


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— Statistics of capacity and use. Manuscript. 
1898. ♦6i9oa.97 

Southport. England. 
Design for Free library. British architect, 
vol. 4, July 6, 1877. 
Spencer, Mass. 
Sugden library. Library journal, vol. 13, 
14, Nov., 1888, Sept.. 1889. 

— (In Mass. Library commission, ist, 9th 


Springfield, Mass. 
Citx library. Stereoscopic view of interior. 


— (In New York sketch-book of architec- 
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There are vtewi alto in Inland Masaacfaosetts, 
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and Maas. Library commiaaion. lat, 9th report 

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— (In Bulletin of the library, Oct, 1891.) 


Springfield, Vt 

Town library. Spaffbrd library building. 

(In C. Horace Hubbard and J. Dartt 

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State university of Iowa. 
Library. American university magazine, 
vol. 4, Oct, 1896. 
Sterling, Mass. 
Public library. Elizabeth Anne Conant me- 
morial. Photograph. Cab.60.42.2 

— (In Mass. Library commission, ist, gth 

Stockbridge, Mass. 
Public library. (In Mass. Library com- 
mission. 1st, 9th report) 

— New England magazine, vol. 5, Oct, 1891. 

Die Konigliche Bibliothek. Grundrisse. — 
Schnitt. Allgemeine Bauzeitung, 1884* 
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With text. 

— American architect, vol. 24, Aug. 4, 1888. 
Stockton, Cal. 

Public library. American architect, vol. 54» 

Nov. 28, 1896. 
Stoke Newington (London). 
Public library. Selected design. Building 

news, vol. 61, Sept. 25, 1891. 

— Design submitted for a free library. 
Builder, vol. 64, Jan. 21, 1893. 

Stoughton, Mass. 
Public library. (In Catalogue, 1886.) 

Stow, Mass. 
Public library. Woodcut, with description. 


— (In Mass. Library conunission. 9th re- 


University. See University of Strassburg. 
Stratford, Conn. 

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mission. Report, 1893-94.) 

— (In Dedication exercises. Bridgeport, 
1896.) ♦6i9(Mu29 

Design for Shakspere memorial. Architect, 

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Streatham (London). 
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lic libraries. 4th edition.) 

— Exterior. — Plans. Building news, vol. 
60, April 24, 1891. 


Sturbridge, Mass. 
Joshua Hyde public library. Account of 
the dedication of the library. With wood- 
cut, and statistics in regard to the build- 
ing, its cost, use, etc. *6i9oa.27 

— View. (In Mass. Library commission. 
9th repoft) 

Konigliche Bibliothek. Gebaude. Grund- 
riss. — Schnitt — Details. Allgemeine 
Bauzeitung, vol. 49, 1884, Plate ^; vol. 
S3, 1888. 

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— Querschnitt durch das Sammlungsge- 
baude. (In L. Klasen. Grundriss-Vor- 
bilder von Gebauden aller Art, Abth. 10, 
p. 940. Leipzig, 1887.) * 

— Sketch plan. American architect, vol. 18, 
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— (In A. Grasel. Grundzuge der Biblio- 
thekslehre. Leipzig, 1890.) *6i98.23 

— (In W. Windmann. Wanderung durch 
Stuttgart und Umgebung in Wort und 
Bild. Stuttgart, 1896.) 2869.4 

Sudbury, Mass. 

Goodnow library. (In Alfred S. Hudson. 
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— (In Mass. Library commission, ist, 9th 

Sunderland, England. 
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vol. 36, Nov. 29, 1879. 

— (In Greenwood. Public libraries. 4th 

Swansea, Wales. 
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vol. 22, Nov. 21, 1884. 
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vol. 90, June II, 1887. Per. room 

Swanzey, N. H. 
Mt Csesar union library. (In B. Read. His- 
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— (In Australasian bibliography. Sydney, 

c '^^^T XT *^^70.29 

Syracuse, N. Y. 

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Syracuse university. 

Library. Harper's wceldy, Jan. 27, 1894. 

_ „ Per. room 

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City library. Library journal, vol. 20, 
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Tamworth, N. H. 

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Taunton, Mass. 

Public library. Photograph. *6i9o.2S 

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Thesis design, by S. J. Bloomingdale. Archi- 
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Tilton, N. H. 
Hall memorial library. Photographs. 


— (In N. H. Library commission. Report, 

Toledo, Ohio. 
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— Photograph. 6190.87 
Topeka, Kansas. 

City library. (In Topeka illustrated. To- 
peka^ 1887.) 4479.210 

— Heliotype. *6i90.6o 

Legislative library, Old parliament build- 
ing, New parliament building. (In F. 
Yeigh. Ontario's parliament buildings. 
Toronto, 1893.) ♦4312.176 

Public library. (In Catalogue, 1885.) 


— (In Greenwood. Public libraries. 3d edi- 

Town library of moderate cost. Scientific 

American, vol. 17, Jan., 1894. 
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Public library. (In Mass. Library conunis- 
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Troy, N. Y. 
Design for a public library. Architecture 

and Building, vol. 21, May 25, 1895. 
Hart memorial library. (In Brochure 

— American architect, vol. 58, Dec. 11, 1897. 
Truro, England. 

Passmore Edwards free library. Building 
news, vol. 68, May 17, 1895. 
Union theological seminary, Richmond, Va. 
Spence library. Inland architect, vol. 28, 
August, 1896. 
University of California. 
Bacon art and library building. Cab.6o. 109.4 

— (In W. C. Jones. Illustrated history of 
the University of California. San Fran- 
cisco, 1895.) 4490.109 

University of Cambridge. 
The new Public library as it will appear 
when completed. — Trinity college, li- 
brary, interior views, exterior views. — 
Pepysian library, Magdalen college. (In 
Cooper's Memorials of Cambridge, new 
edition, 1860-66. 3 v.) *4S7i-i 

This is a new edition of ^he Memorials of Cam- 
bridge, by Thomas Wright and Harry L. Jones, 
with the engravings of J. Le Keux. 
Plans, with views of the libraries of the various 
colleges forming the University of Cambridge, 
can be found in the following work: "The archi- 
tectural historv of the University of Cambridge, 
and of the colleges of Cambridge and Eton. By 
the late Robert Willis. Edited with additions 
by John Willis Clark." Cambridge, 1886. 4 v. 

University library. Architect, vol. 44, Dec. 
26, 1890. 

New University library buildings. Building 
news, vol. 60, Jan. 16, 1891. 

— West front. — Catalogue room. (In T. 
D. Atkinson. Cambridge described and 
illustrated. London, 1897.) 2493.160 

Magdalen college. The Pepysian library, 
1842. (In T. D. Atkinson. Cambridge 
described and illustrated. London, 1897.) 




Pepysian library, Magdalen college. — The 
Senate house and University library. 
Etching. — Trinity hall library. Interior, 
(In J. W. Qark. Cambridge. London, 
1881.) ♦2460.57 

Pembroke college. Library. Two photo- 
graphs. *6i9oa.9i 

Library of St John's college. Library of 
Trinity college. (In G. Dyer. History 
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London, 1814.) *2462.s.2 

Trinity college. (In R, Sinker. The library 
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— ^^(In Brochure series.) 

— Library. Photograph. Boston Public 
library. Special libraries. 351- 1363. Ei 

— Photogravure. (In J. Belcher, and M. E. 
Macartney. Later Renaissance architec- 
ture in England. London, i897-) 

Cab.6o. 123.4 

Trinity hall. The library. Interior. (In T. 

D. Atkinson. Cambridge described and 

illustrated. London, 1897.) 2493.160 

University of Dublin. 

Trinity college. Library. — Interior. (In 

R. Lovett. Irish pictures. London, 18SB.) 


— (In The book of Trinity college. Belfast, 
1892.) ♦♦2490.120 

University of Georgia. 
Library. American university magazine, 
vol. 2, Sept., 1895. 
University of Glasgow. 
Three ground plans of the University, in- 
cluding the library. Cab.60.42.2 
University of Halle. 
Universitats-Bibliothek. Photograph. 


— Grundrisse. Allgemeine Bauzeitung, vol. 
49, 1884. 

— (In L. Klasen. Grundriss-Vorbilder von 
(jebauden aller Art Abth. 10, pp. 956, 
957. Leipzig, 1887.) ♦4103.58.10 

— (In A. Grasel. Grundzuge der Biblio- 
thekslehre. Leipzig, 1890.) ^6198.23 

University of Illinois. 
Library. Library journal vol. 22, June, 1897. 

— Five views. 1899. 6190a. 109 
University of Kansas. 

Spooner library. (In Brochure series.) 
University of Leipzig. 

Die neue Universitatsbibliothek. (In A. 
Grasel. Grundziige der Bibliothekslehre, 
Leipzig, 1890.) ♦6198.23 

— American architect, International edition, 
vol. 50, Oct. 12, 1895. 

— Views.—- Plan. (In E. A. Friedberg. 
Die Universitat Leipzig in Vergangenheit 
und Gegenwart. Leipzig, 1898. 559oa.73 

University of Leyden. 

Library. — Interior. Photogravure after 
Jan Cornells Woudanus, who lived at 
Leyden during the last half of the six- 
teenth century. 6i9oa.77 

Bibliotheque de Leyde d*apr^s une gravure 
du Cabinet des estampes. (In Encyclo- 
pedic de Tarchitecture et de la construc- 
tion, vol. 2, p. 318. Paris, 1890.) 


Universitits-Bibliothek. Gmndriss. Schnitt 
Allgemeine Bauzeitung, 1884, Plate 36. 

With text. 

University of Michigan. 
Library. First floor plan. (In Public exer- 
cises on the completion of the library 
building. Ann Arbor, 1884.) ^6190.24 

— Front elevation. — Section. — Details. 
American architect, vol. 18, Aug. i, 1885. 

— Library journal, vol. 14, July, 1889. 

— American university magazine, vol. 3, 
Nov., 1895. 

University of North Carolina. 
Library. Exterior. — Interior. (In U. S. 
Bureau of education. Circular of infor- 
mation. No. 2, 1888.) *7596.59.i888 

— American universi^ magazine, vol. 4, 

Sept., 1896. ♦729a66.4 

University of Oxford. 

Views of the libraries of the Universaty are to be 
found in Skelton's "Oxonia antiqua restaurata," 
published in iSaj [*a46o.a.a; ^G.^30.5]; in In- 
gram's ** Memorials of Oxford." pobrishea in 1837 
^0490. 18], and in the "Hand>DOok for visitors to 
Oxford,'^ Oxford, J. H. Parker. 1847 [a494-S3]. 

All Souls. Library. (In Joseph Foster. 

Oxford men and their colleges. London, 

1893.) 2490.1J6 

Bodleian library. Interior view. (In £. 

Edwards. Memoirs of libraries, London. 

1859, vol. 2.) *2i24.2; 2126.2 

— Five photographs of interior. Cab.6042.2 

Views may be found in J. Fulleylove, Oxford. 
Oxford, 18B9 [^ai^ijB]; W. D. Macray, Annals 
of the Bodleian library, ad edition. Oxford, 1890 
[3127.50]; and in Joseph Foster, Oxford men, 
188O-18S0. London, 1893 lM9f>-i37}' 

Christ church. Library. (In Joseph Fos- 
ter. Oxford men and their colleges. Lon- 
don, 1893.) 249a 137 

Exeter college. New library. Civil engineer 
and architect's journal, London, vol. 21, 
1858. ^4010.220 

Merton college library. Interior. Illustrated 
London news, vol. 45, Nov. 12, 1864. 

Per. room 

— Interior. (In J. FuUeylovc. Oxford, 
Oxford, 1889.) *249ai38 

— Old. library. (In Joseph Foster. Oxford 
men and their colleges. London, 1893.) 


— Building news, vol. 66, Feb. 23, 1894. 
Queen's college. Library. (In J. Wells. 

Oxford and its colleges. London, 1897.) 


— (In Brochure series.) 

Radcliffe library. (In J. Gibbs. Biblio- 
theca Radcliviana. London, 1747. 

^8090. 142 

Also in E. Edwards, Memoirs of libraries. Lon 

don, 1859, vol. a [*aia4.a; axa&a]; T. FoUeylove, 

, .^a490.iJl8]; Joseph Fo 
Oxford men, 1880- 1893. London, i8g3 [2490.137]; 

Oxford. Oxford, 1889 Ci 

and in J. Belcher, and M. E. Macartney, Later 
Renaissance architecture in England. London, 
1897 [Cab.60. 1x3.4]. 

St. John's college. Library. (In Brochure 
University of Pennsylvania. 

Library. Library journal, vol. 13, Aug., 

An article by Talcott Williams, with woodcut of 
exterior and plans. 

— View. — Plans. — Description. (In The 
Pennsylvanian. Vol. 4, Sept 26, 1888.) 



— (In Proceedings at the opening of the Li- 
brary. Phila., 1891.) *2I42.66 

University of Rostock. 

Bibliothck. Photograph. *6i90.62 

University of the South, Sewanee, Tennessee. 
Hodgson library. (In L. S. Merriam. 
Higher education in Tennessee. U. S. 
Bureau of education. Circular of informa- 
tion, no. 5, 1893.) 7596.26 
University of South Carolina. 
Library. (In U. S. Bureau of education. 
Circular of information, no. 3, 1888.) 

University of Strassburg. 
Universitats- und Landesbibliothek. Ameri- 
can architect, vol. 49, Aug. 31, 1895; vol. 
57, Sept. 25, 1897. 

— View. (In S. Hausmann. Die Kaiser- 
Wilhelms Universitat; ihre Entwicklung 
und ihre Bauten. Strassburg i. Els., 1897.) 

In Harvard College library 
University of Upsala. 
Universitets-Biblioteket. (In Upsala uni-» 
versitet, 1872-1897. Fcstskrift med an- 
ledning af konung Oscar II :s tjugofem&rs 
regeringsjubileum den 18 September 1897. 
Utgifven af Reinhold CJeijer. Upsala, 

. 1897.) 2832.63 

University of Vermont. 

Billings library. Competitive design, by 
Rossiter and Wright. American architect, 
vol. 14, Oct. 27, 1883. 

— Photograph. Cab.60.42.2 

Views arc in the American architect, vol. ao, 
Sept. II, 1886; M. G. Van Rensselaer, Henry 
Hobson Richardson and his works. Boston, i^ 
[•8I00.M1: The Bilh'ngs library, H. H. Richard- 
son, architect. Boston, 1894. 15 plates; and in 
Vermont. Board of library commissioners, ist re- 
port. 1895-96. 

University of Vienna. 
Die Universitats-Bibliothek. Grundrisse. — 
Schnitt. Allgemeine Bauzeitung, 1884, 
Plates 39, 40. 
University of Virginia. 
Library. Interior. (In U. S. Bureau of 
education. Circular of information. No. 
I, 1888.) ♦7596.59.1888 

New library, as planned. (In Alumni bul- 
letin, vol. 2, no. 4, Feb., 1896.) 

A picture of the Old library is in the May num- 
ber of the same year. 

— (In Brochure series.) 

— Dome over rotunda. American architect, 
vol. 54, Nov. 7, 1896. 

University of Wisconsin. 

Library. (In U. S. Bureau of education. 
Circular of information no. i, 1889.) 

*7596.59 (1889) 

— (In Catalogue.) 4494.27 

— (In Wisconsin. Library commission. Re- 
port. 1895-96.) ♦6194.67 

— (In Blue book of the State of Wisconsin. 

1897). *6403.6 

Upsala university. 

See University of Upsala. 
Utica. N. Y. 
Design for a library. American architect, 

vol. 3, June 29, 1878. 

Uxbridge, Mass. 
Thayer memorial library. (In Proceedings 
at the dedication. Uxbridge, 1896.) 



— (In Mass. Library commission. 9th re- 

Vanderbilt university. 
Interior of library. American university 
magazine, vol. 5, Dec, 1896. ^7290.66.5 
Vassar college. 

Library. Interior. (In U. S. Bureau of 
education. Circular of information, no. 2, 

1887.) *7S96.59 (1887) 

— Photograph of the interior. *6i90.25 

— Thomson annex library. (In Vassar, a 
college souvenir. Poughkeepsie, 1896.) 



Biblioth^que Saint Marc k Venise, dite Li- 

breria Vecchia. (In Encyclopedic d'ar- 

chitecture, 2e s6rie, Paris, 1881, vol. 10, 

. pi. 765.) *4090.5i,2e s6rie, 10 

— Elevation, drawn by S. W. Mead. (In 
Technology, vol. 2, no. i.) 5935.6o 

— (In Brochure series.) 

Kaiserlich-Konigliche Hofbibliothek. Plate. 
Plan. (In I. F. von Mosel. Geschichte. 
Wien, 1835.) 6125. 1 

— (In Wien vor 150 Jahren. Wien, 1894.) 

C^3.b 28 TT 1 

— Die Hof-Bibliothek in Wien. Zwanzig 
Tafeln in Lichtdruck. Erlauternder Text 
von Dr. Camillo List. Wien, 1897. 

Kaiserlich-Koenigliche Universitaet. Li- 
brary. Photograph of the reading-room. 

ir.ii r ... *6i9oa.7i 

Village free library. By "Multum in parvo." 
^T'u ^">^^;"8f news, vol. 60, April 24, 1891. 
Village library. British architect, vol. 39, 

April 21, 1893. 
Village library. Scientific American, vol. is. 

Aug., 1893. 
Village library. Building news, vol. 65. Dec. 

29, 1893. 
Wabash college, Crawfordsville, Ind. 

iir ir ''!7' . Qr" Catalogue, 1896-97.) *2386.2 
Wallingford, Vt. 

Gilbert Hart library. (In Vermont. Li- 
brary commission, ist report.) 
Walpole, N. H. 

Bridge memorial library. (In N. H. Li 
ixr .^rary commission. Report, 1895-96.) 
Walsall, England. 

Free library and reading room. Illustrated 
London news, vol. 36, Feb. 4, i860. 

iir i^t- « . Pc*"- room 

Walthamstow, England. 

Public library. Building news, vol. 67, 
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Wandsworth (London). 
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vol. en, Dec. 13. 1890. 
Ware, Mass. 
Free public library. (In Mass. Library 
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Warner, N. H. 
Pillsbury free library. Photograph. ♦6190.60 

— (In N. H. Library commission. Report, 

Warren, Mass. 

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— New England magazltv^, no\. ^, Oe^., '^^iv^ 


Old Zaluski library. (In E. Edwards. Me- 
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708.) 2124.4; *2126,2 

Warsaw, N. Y. 
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Builder, vol. 28, May 21, 1898. 
Washburn college, Topeka. 
Boswell library. (In Congregational year 
book. Boston, 1890.) 5540a.67.1890 

Washington, D. C. 
Design for a new fireproof building to con- 
tain the Army medical museum, the Li- 
brary of the Surgeon general's office and 
the pension and other records of the same 
office. *6ipo.24 

This, with the estimates, la pa^es, is an lucecu- 
tive document. No. is, Senate, 4iBth Congress, ist 
session. ^ 

— Das Gebaude fur die Staats-, Kriegs- und 
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— Adopted plan. Library journal, vol. 8, 
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— The $6,000,000 plan. General design. 
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floor. Library journal, vol. 14. Jan., 1889. 

— Adopted plan. Exterior. — Plans. By 
J. L. Smithmeyer and Paul J. Pelz. 


— Designs. — Plans. (In U. S. Engineer 
department. Letter from the chief of en- 
gineers of the army, transmitting a report 
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— Thirty-one views. (In The New York 
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— (In N. B. Maury. The new Congressional 
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record, vol. 7, Jan.-March, 1898. *4590.273 

An article by Russell Sturgis, with many illustra- 

— Twenty plates. (In Monographs of 
American architecture. Issued in connec- 
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ing of the Library of Congress published in the 
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Inland architect, etc. also a collection of pro- 
tographs of the mural decorations. 


Medical library and tnnsetim, U. S. army. 
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— (In Mass. Library commission, ist, gdi 

Wauwautosa, Wisconsin. 
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Library. Builder, vol. 6$, Sept 23, 1893. 

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Wellesley, Mass. 

Town hall and library. (In History of Nor- 
folk county. Phila., 1884.) ♦4451.54 

— American architect. Imperial edition, 
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^ . ♦7596.50 (1887) 

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Wells, England. 
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ing news, vol. 67, Aug. 10^ 1894. 
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9th report.) 
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— (In Mass. Library commission. 9th re- 

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— New England magazine, vol .15, Oct, 

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— (In Mass. Library commission. 9th re- 

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vol. 52, May 30, 1896. 

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more and S. Putnam. History of the 
town of Wilton. Lowell, 1885.) *4439a.45 
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— (In Greenwood. Free public libraies. ist 

Wimbourne Minster, England. 
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35 1. 9745. B2 
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American architect, vol. 23, May 12, 1^8. 

— (In 250th anniversary, etc., 1890.) 

Winchester, N. H. 

Public library. Granite monthly, vol. 24, 

Nov.. 1896. Per. room 

Winchester college, England. 

Moberley library. Interior. Photograph. 

Boston Public library. Special libraries. 


Winona, Minnesota. 

Public library. Two photographs. Also, 

floor-plan, dimensions, statistics of cost, 

etc. 1898. ♦6190.74 

Winsford, England. 

Public library. (In Greenwood. Public li- 
braries. 3d edition.) 
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commission. 9th report.) 
Wisconsin historical society. 

University building. Library journal, vol. 
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— Designs by Peabody and Stearns. Ameri- 
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also in Cab.60.42.2 

— DesiRfn by Cummings and Sears. Ameri- 
can architect, vol. 21, March 10. 1877; also 
in Cab.60.42.2 


— Photograph. ^6190.25 

— Etching, by E. H. Garrett. ^igoa.Sg 

There are views also in American architect, Im- 

ferial edition. May k 1886; Architect, voL is» 
une 35, 1886; M. G. Van Rensselaer, Henry 
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With text. 

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— Neue Bibliothek. Hauptfront. (In L. 
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— British architect, vol. 49, April 8, 1898. 

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— Ground plan. (In Burgoyne. Library 

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Public library. (In Mass. Library conmiis- 
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Chittenden library. (In Yale Banner, 1888.) 


— First sketch for Yale memorial library. 
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— Library journal, vol. 15, Aug., 1890. 

— Inland architect, vol. 16, Aug., 1890. 
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Law school library. Interior. — Sheffield 
librarv. Scientific school. Interior. — 
Lowell Mason library 01 music. Divinity 
college. Interior. (In Yale college, edited 
by W. L. Kingsley, vol. 2, N. Y., 1879.) 


Yarmouth. Mass. 

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— New England magazine, vol. 7, Nov., 

— (In Mass. Library commission, gth re- 





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Reference Books. 

Alexandre, Roger. 
Le nius6e de la conversation. Repertoire de 
citations frangaises, dictions modernes, 
curiosit6s litt6raires, historiques et anec- 
dotiques. 2e Edition. Paris, 1892. 4677.32 
Davies, Edwin. 
Gems from the fathers, or choice thoughts 
gathered from their numerous works. 
London. [1899.] 3437- "3 

Debes, Ernst 

Neuer Handatlas uber alle Teile der Erde. 
2. Auflage. Leipzig, 1899. 59 maps. 

Godoy, Jos6 R, editor. 

Encidopedia biogrifica de contemporineos. 

Washington, 1898. Portrs. ♦224oa.66 

Kiepert, Heinrich. 

Kiepert's grosser Hand-Atlas. Statistischer 

Text von Dr. P. Lippert und M. Buse- 

mann. 3. Auflage. Berlin. [1895.] 

Lovendal. A. S. 
Dictionnaire technique francais-anglais des 
outils et litensiles employes dans les me- 
tiers manuels, la petite industrie, le me- 
nage, etc. Paris. [1899.] ^4039,17 
Marks, Montague, editor. 
The cyclopaedia of home arts. London, 
1899. Illus. ♦8061.149 
Musician's directory and diary of Boston and 
vicinity. loth edition. Boston, 1899. 
Portr. 4049a.53 

Genealogy. Heraldry. 

Anpleton^ William Sumner. 

The family of Annistead of Virginia. Bos- 
ton, itoo. 23 pp. = 4333.130 
Coolidge, Charles Austin. 

Chart of the descendants of Joseph Coolidge, 

of Boston, who married Marguerite Oli- 
vier of La Rochelle, France. N. p. 1897. 
Broadside. = ♦Cab.23.20.12 

Lmcoln, James Mmor. 
The Lincoln family and branches of Ware- 
ham, Mass. [N. Y.] 1885. 77 pp. = 

♦4432 73 
Nourse, Henry Stedman. 

The Hoar family in America and its Eng- 
lish ancestry. Boston, 1899. 36, (i) pp. 

Smith, William Huntington. 
New England coats of arms. Newspaper 
cutting. (From The Beacon, March 4, 
1899. Boston, 1899.) ♦2^^7.72 

Signed "New Englaider." ^^^7/^ 

Spencer, W. D. 
A list of Revolutionary soldiers of Berwick 
[Maine]. [Berwick.] 1898. 18 pp. = 

Weaver, Frederic William, and Edward Har- 
bin Bates, editors. 
Index to Collinson's History of Somerset 
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and ordinary) to all armorial bearings 
mentioned in the work. Taunton, 1898. 

♦2501.6 (Index) 


Collective Biographies. 

Adadourian, Haig. 
"Dying, and, behold, we live." Or obituaries 
of some Manomet people who entered into 
their rest between November 4, 1897, and 
January 9, 1899. [Plymouth? i8gf9.] 50 
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Bearne, Catherine. 
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Jeanne de Bourgogne, Blanche de Navarre, 
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don, 1899. Illus. Portrs. 2647.164 

New England biographical scraps. Newspaper 
cuttings. 1873-80. ♦4442.321 

248 Sq>tember 

Suetonius Tranquillus, Caius. torical society. Cambridge, 189^ 20 pp. 

History of twelve Caesars. Translated by Portr. = 4445351 

Philemon Holland, anno 1606. With Emmer, Johannes. 

introd. by C. Whibley. Vol. i, 2. Lon- Kaiser Franz Joseph i. Funfzig Jahre 6s- 

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2 V. Illus. Portrs. 4840.21 

Evreinoff, Anna. 

Single Biographic. ^S^Tilo^trofluXJiSeS^^TaJ^Ji 

(4) pn. = P. 1 1.2790 

Adams, Herbert Baxter. Field, Edward. 

Jared Sparks and Alexis de Toameville. Esck Hopkins, conunander-in-chief of the 

Baltimore, 1898. 61 pp. [Johns Hopkins continental navy during the American 

university studies in historical and ooliti- Revolution, 1775 to 1778. Providence, 

cal science.] ♦2356.69.16 i8g8. Illus. Portrs. Mao. ♦4414-138 

Arndt, Ernst Moritz. Frobenius, Herman. 

Ernst Moritz 'Arndt. Ein Lebensbild in Alfred Knipp. Etn Lebensbild. Dresden, 

Briefen. Hrsg. von H. Meisner und R. iggg. Portr. 4849.63 

Geerds. Berlin, 1898. 4846.60 Gladstone. WiUiam Ewart 

Axon, William Edward Armytage. The political life of the Right Hon. W. E 

Ortensio Lando, a humorist of the Renais- Gladstone. Illustrated from "Punch." 

sance. [London? 189-?] 38 pp. 2746.84 Vol. i. London. [1899.I 244oa.75 

Bar association of the city of Boston. Gorham, George C 

Tributes of the bar and of the Circuit court Life and public services of Edward M. Stan- 

of the United States, to the memory of ton. Boston, 1899. 2 v. Portrs. Pis. 

Sherman Hoar. Boston, 1899. 61 pp. = Maps. 4342.186 

4445-352 Gottschall, Cari Rudolf von. 

Bardoux, Joseph Ag6nor. Aus meiner Jugend. Erinnerungen. Berlin, 

La Duchesse de Duras. Paris, 1808. 2643.138 1898. 2842.80 

"Ce livre termine la sine d'6tudc9 que nous jjjjg Edward Everett 

J^nVcrerru ^Li^^^VX^^n ^- James RusseU Lowdl «id his friends. Bos- 

ercie p»r Chmtcaubriand." — Prtface. ton, 1809. Portrs. Pls. 4345-l88 

Boye, Pierre. Hamlin, Charles Eugene. 

Un roi de Pologne et la couronne ducale de The life and times of Hannibal Hamlin. 

Lorraine. Stanislas Leszczynski et le Cambridg^, 1899. Portrs. 4340a. 176 

troisieme traiti de Vienne. Paris, 1898. Hewins, William Albert Samuel, editor. 

3061.132 The Whitefoord papers. Being the corrc- 
Carlyle, Thomas. spondence and other maauscripts of Colo- 
Letters of Thomas Carlyle to his youngest nel Charles Whitefoord and Caleb White- 
sister '^Tanet Hanningl. Edited by C. T. foord, 1739 to 1810. Edited by W. A S. 
Copeland. Boston, 1899. Illus. Portrs. Hewins. Oxford, 1898. 2548.187 

4548.183 Hosmer, George Washington, D.D. 

The life of Friedrich Schiller. N. Y., 1899. Memorial. Edited by his children. Privately 

Portr. *4574-99 printed. 1882. Portr. = 3557-86 

Cattell, William Cassady. Hotchkin, Samuel Fitch. 

[Ario Pardee.] Memorial address, Lafayette Memoir of James Montgomery. Phila., 
college, Oct. 23, 1892. Easton, Pa., 1892. 1899. 15 pp. Portr. = 4445-349 
27 pp. Portr. = 4491 -49 Jones, Augustine. 
Davis, Ozora Steams. The life and work of Thomas Dudley, the 
John Robinson, pastor of the Pilgrijn second Governor of Massachusetts. Bos- 
fathers. A dissertation . . . University of ton, 1809. Pis. 4343-^1 
Leipzig. Hartford, 1897. 44 pp. = Knapp^ William Ireland. 

3555.120 Life, writings, and correspondence of George 

Dodge, John Webster. Borrow. London, 1899. 2 v. Ulns. 

William Wheelwright: his life and work. Map. 4542.14^ 

An address. Cambridge, 1899. 36 pp. Kuhn, Emil. 

Portr. = 4442.322 Albert Glatigny: $a vie, son oeuvre. Par 

Dossier, Le, du General Boulanger. [Par] Job Lazare [pseud.]. Paris, 187& Portr. 

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4649a. 16 Lafayette college. 

Elisabeth Charlotte, duchesse d'0rl6ans. Addresses ddivered at a celebration in 

Correspondance. Extraite lettres ori- • honor of Prof. T. C. Porter. Easton, Pa., 

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et de ses lettres publiees par L. W. Hoi- Laforge, L^n. 

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Jaegle. 2e Edition. Paris, 1890. 3 v. de France, due de Magenta. Paris. 18981 

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Ellis, Arthur Blake. Leudet, Maurice. 

George S. Hale. A memoir. Prepared for Nicolas 11 intime. Paris. [1899^] Bias, 

the Proceedings of the Massachusetts his- Portrs. 3068.170 


Lumsden, Sir Peter Stark, and George Robert 
Lumsden of the Guides. A sketch of the 
life of Lieut-Gen. Sir Harry Burnett 
Lumsden, . . . with selections from his 
correspondence and occasional papers. 
London, 1899. Portrs. Pis. 3045.161 

McCall, Samuel Walker. 
Thaddeus Stevens. Boston^ 1899. [Ameri- 
can statesmen.] 4248.83 
Macpherson, Hector C. 
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Scots series.] 2549a.24 
Masson, Fr6d6ric. 
Napoleon and Marie Walewska. Boston, 

1898. = 26593.113 
Mends, Bowen Stilon. 

Life of Admiral Sir William Robert Mends, 

G. C. B. London, 1899. Portrs. Pis. 

Mat). 4543145 

Milet, Pierre. 

C^tivity of Father Peter Milet, among the 

Oneida Indians. His own narrative, with 

supplementary documents. N. Y., 1888. 

18 pp. 4362.181 

Mills, Joseph Travis. 

John Briffht. London, 1893. 45493.154 

Monlaur, M. R. 
La Duchesse de Montmorency. 1600-1666. 
Paris, 1898. 46493.18 

Monval, Georges Mondain. 
Les tombeaux de Moli^re et de La Fontaine. 
Pons, 1882. 10 pp. 4647.72 

Oliphant, Margaret Oliphant Wilson. 
Autobiography and letters. Edited by Mrs. 
Harry Coghill. Edinburgh, 1899. Portr. 

Pike, Godfrey Holden. 

Oliver Cromwell and his times. London, 

1899. IIlus. Portr. 4528.40 
Poirier, Pascal. 

Lc Pere Lefebvre, et I'Acadie. 3e Edition. 
Montreal, 1898. Illus. Portrs. 5556.84 
Roesch, W. 
Demosthenes als Redner und Staatsmann. 
Hamburg, 1896. 36 pp. 

No. 19 in ♦5914.50.N.F.10 
Tompkins, Daniel D. 

Public papers of Daniel D. Tompkins, Gov- 
ernor of New York, 1807-1817. Military, 
vol. I. With introd. by Hugh Hastings, 
state historian. N. Y., 1898. Portrs. Pis. 
Maps. = ♦4413.11I 


Andent. Modem. Asia. Africa. 


Beresford, Lord Giarles Windham de la Poer. 

The break-up of China. N. Y., 1899. Portr. 

Maps. 3012.144 

Botsford, George Willis. 

A history of Greece. For high schools and 

academies. N. Y., 1899. Illus. Portrs. 

Maps. 3075.109 

GovanteSj Felipe Maria de. 

Episodios hist6ricos de Filipinas. Manila, 

1881. Portrs. 3049a.6i 


Grosvenor^ Edwin Augustus. 
Contemporary history of the world. N. Y. 
[1890.] Maps. 2219.103 

Jensen, Peter. 
Hittiter und Armenier. Strassburg, 1898. 
Pis. Map. 3086.104 

Krahmer, G. 
Russland in Mittel-Asien. Leipzig, 1898. 
Pis. 3044- 171 

Lacalle y Sanchez, Jos6 de. 
La emigracion espanola y el Archiepielago 
Filipino. Granada, 1881. 16 pp. 3040a. 189 
Mahaffy^ John Pentlapd. 
A history of Egypt under the Ptolemaic dy- 
nasty. London, 1899. Illus. Map. 

Martin, F. R. 
Sibirica: ein Beitrag zur Kenntnis der Vor- 
geschichte und Kultur sibirischer Volker. 
TAus dem schwedischen iibersetzt von C. 
O. Nordgren.] Stockholm, 1897. (5), 
41 pp. Illus. ♦3060.52 

Milne, Joseph Grafton. 
A history of Egypt under Roman rule. Lon- 
don, 1898. Illus. 3059.195 
Myers, Philip Van Ness. 
Analysis of lectures t)n Greek history, 1891- 
92, University of Cincinnati. Cincinnati. 
[1891?] 22 ff. = 3076.128 
Sayce, Archibald Henry. 
Early Israel and the surrounding nations. 
London, 1899. 2298.76 
Schumacher, Robert. 
Kiautschou und die ostasiastische Frage. 
Erlebnisse aus China und der japanischen 
Gefechtsfront. Berlin, 1898. 3013. 132 


Allen, Charles Grant Blairf indie. 
Venice. London, 1898. [Grant Allen's his- 
torical gfuides.] 2739a.6o 
Brown, Peter Hume. 
History of Scotland. Vol. i. Cambridge, 
1899. Maps. [Cambridge historical se- 
riesj 4526.34 
Colby, Charles William, compiler. 
Selections from the sources of English his- 
tory. London, 1899. 4517-26 
Cook, Theodore Andrea. 
The story of Rouen. London, 1899. Illus. 
Plans. [Mediaeval towns.] 4639^*39 
Delaborde, Henri Frangois. 
L'expedition de Charles viii en Italic. 
Ouvra<ye public avec le concours de Paul 
d' Albert de Luynes et de Chevreuse. Due 
de Chaulnes. Paris, 1888. Illus. Portrs. 

Headlam, Cecil. 
The story of Nuremberg. London, 1899. 
Illus. Map. 4869.38 

Jekelfalussy, Jozsef, editor. 
The millennium of Hungary and its people. 
Budapest, 1897. 2862.76 

Jervis, William Henry. 
A historv of France to the fall of the Second 
empire in 1870. New edition, in^reat part 
re-written by Arthur Hassall. London, 
1898. Illus. Portrs. Maps. 2628.156 


Johnston, T. B., and James Alexander Robert- 
Historical geography of the clans of Scot- 
land. 3d edition. Edinburgh, 1899. Portrs. 
Pis. Maps. 4520a. 1 14 

Leger, Louis Paul. 
Russes et Slaves, fitudes politiques et litt6- 
raires. 3e s6rie. Paris, 1899. 3068.103.3 
Leslie, John Henry. 
The history of Landguard fort in Suffolk. 
London, 1898. Portrs. Pis. 2462.145 

Mackenzie, W. J. 
Scotland's share in civilizing the world. 
Chicago, 1899. Ill us. Portrs. 2309a.46 
Mitchel, John. 
The last conquest of Ireland (perhaps). 
Glasgow. [ 189- ? ] 45 19.89 

Sydney, William Connor. 
The early days of the Nineteenth century in 
England. London, 1898. 2 v. 2465.85 
Trevelyan, George Macaulay. 
Eno^land in the age of Wycliffe. N. Y., 
1899. Maps. 4526.124 

Whitman, Sidney, and John Robert Macll- 
Austria. N. Y., 1899. Illus. Map. [Story 
of the nations.] 4829.20' 


Anglo-American committee in New York. 
An American response to expressions of 
English sympathy [during the Spanish- 
American war]. N. v., 1899. = *4420.73 
Atkins, John Black. 
The war in Cuba. The experiences of an 
Englishman with the United States army. 
London, 1899. Pis. Maps. 4420a. 128 

Balmaseda, Francisco Javier. 
Bases para los estatutos de la sociedad poli- 
tica los Amantes de la libertad, con indi- 
caciones sobre la fundacion de la republica 
cubana. Habana, 1898. 24 pp. = 4319.145 
Bassett, John Spencer. 
Anti-slavery of North Carolina. Baltimore, 
1898. 74 pp. [Johns Hopkins university 
studies in historical and political science.] 

Bell, Herbert C. 
History of Leitersburg District, Washington 
county, Md. . . . Leitersburg, 1898. Pis. 

Map. 4375.135 

Boudinot, Elias. 
Journal, or historical recollections of Ameri- 
can events during the Revolutionary war. 
Copied from his own original manuscript. 
Phila., 1894. Fac-simile. *44I4.I34 

Bride, Charles Louis Marie. 
La guerre hispano-amcricaine de 1898. 
Paris. 1899. 4420a. 132 

Bujac, Jean Leopold £mile. 
Precis de quelques campagnes contempo- 
rains. [Tome] 4. La Guerre hispano-ame- 
ricaine. Paris. [1899.] Map. 4420a. 144 
Chambers, Henry Edward. 
West Florida and its relation to the histori- 
cal cartography of the United States. 
Baltimore, 1898. 59 pp. Map. [Johns 
Ho):fkins university studies in historical 
and political science.] ♦2356.69.16 


Cresi)el, Emmanuel. 

Voiages du R. P. Emmanuel Cre^, dans 

le Canada et son naufrage en revenant en 

France. A Francfort sur le Meyn, 1742. 

[Quebec Reproduction. 1884;! Portr. 

Dionne, Nardsse Eutrope. 
Le tombeau de Champlain et autres r6- 
ponses aux questions d'histoire du Csmada. 
Qu6bec, i88a 91 pp. 43i9a.i5i 

Dodd, Ira Seymour. 
The song of the Rappahannock. Sketches 
of the Civil war. N. Y., 1898. 4409a.220 
Draper, Andrew Sloan. 
The rescue of Cuba. Boston, 1899. Portrs. 
Pis. 4420a. 130 

Fairbanks, George Rainsford. 
Florida : its history and its romance. Jack- 
sonville, 1898. Portrs. Pis. M^p. 

Hemment, John C. 

Cannon and camera. Sea and land battles 
of the Spanish-American war in Cuba. 
N. Y., 1898. Portrs. Pis. 442oa.83 

Johnston, William A. 

History up to date. A concise account of 
the War of 1898 between the United 
States and Spain. N. Y., 1899. Portrs. 
Pis. 4420a. 126 

Knortz, Karl. 
Das Deutschthum der Vereinigten Staaten. 
Hamburg, 1898. 83 pp. 4378.170 

Leslie's official history of the Spanish-Ameri- 
can war. Washington. [1899.I Illus. 
Portrs. Maps. *4420.I26 

McCrady^ Edward. 
The history of South Carolina under the 
royal government, lyi^iTT^ N. Y., 

1897. Map. 4379- 139-2 

Maertens, P. 
Sud-Amerika unter besonderer Berucksich- 
tiffung Argentiniens. Berlin, 1899. Portrs. 
Pis. Map. 43^193 

Photographic history of the Spanish-Ameri- 
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Proceedings of Minute-men's day, Hollis, 
N. H. 1898. Including address of Sarah 
Alice Worcester. Concord, 1899. 26 pp. 
Illus. Portrs. = 4436. 1S9 

Rand, McNally, and company, publishers. 
History of the Spanish-American war, with 
handy atlas maps, and full description of 
recently acquired United States territory. 
Chicago, 1898. 16 pp. Portrs. Maps. 

Roosevelt, Theodore. 
The rough riders. N. Y., 1899. Portrs. 
Pis. 4420a. 134 

Savary, John. 
Uncle Sam ; the real and the ideal. By the 
author of "Poems of ^pansion." Wash- 
ington, 1899. 20 pp. = 4228.83 
Stackpole, Everett Schermerhom. 
History of Durham, Maine, with genealogi- 
cal notes. Lewiston, 1899. Portrs. Map. 


Stryker, William Scudder. 

The affair at Egg harbor, New Jcrsqr, Oct 

IS, 1778. Read [before] the Society of 

the Cincinnati. Trenton, 1894. 34 pp. R 

Plan. = 4473.185 


Swift, Morrison Isaac 

Anti-imperialism. Los Angeles, 1899. 64 

pp. = 4228.81 

Webster, Daniel. 

An anniversary address, delivered before the 

Federal gentlemen of Concord [N. H.] 

and its vicinity, July 4th, 1806. Concord, 

1806. 21 pp. ^4425.259 

Fine Arts. Archaeology. 


Hodgkin, Thomas. 

The walls, gates and aqueducts of Rome. 

London, 1899. 5^ pp. Maps. 4738.23 

Joseph, David. 

Die Palaste des homerischen Epos, mit 

Riicksicht auf die Ausgrabungen Hein- 

rich Schliemanns. 2te Auflage. Berlin, 

1894. Plan. 2997.70 

Fine Arts. 

Alexandre, Ars^ne. 

Le Balzac de Rodin. [Paris, 1899. 1 47, 

(i) pp. 2644.123 

Puvis de Chavannes; sa vie et son oeuvre. 

(Figaro illustr6, if6vrier, 1899.) Pans, 

1899. 24 pp. Illus. Portrs. ♦Cab.8o.:59.5 

American art association. New York. 

American art galleries. Exhibition of the 
works of Verestchajrin. Illustrated cata- 
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in art.] N. Y., 1888, 1889/90. 2 parts. = 

Auff6 de Lassus, Lucien. 
I7art 6gyptien. Paris. [1898.] 64 pp. Illus. 

Avery, Mrs. Samuel P. 

The collection of spoons made by Mrs. 
S. P. Avery. Presented by her to the 
Metropolitan museum of art. [N. Y.] 
1899. ^3 PP* Pis. = 8077.129 

Beardsley, Aubrey Vincent. 
The early work of Aubrey Beardsley. With 
note bv H. C. Marillier. London, 1899. 
Portrs. Pis. ♦4082.62 

British museum. 
White Athenian vases in the British mu- 
seum. By A. S. Murray and A. H. Smith. 
London, 1896. 37 ff. Illus. *Cab.8o. 186.3 
Duerer, Albrecht 
Die geheime Offenbarung Johannis. 15 
Vollbilder nach den Handzeichpungen 
Albrecht Dtirer's und gleichzeitigem Text 
nach der Strassburger Ausgabe von Mar- 
tin Graeff 1502. Mit einem Vorwort von 
J. N. Sepp . . . Munchen. [189-?] 


Erasmus, Desiderius. 1467-1536. 

Mc^^t 4yKii/uaw* Stvltitiae lavs. Declamatio. 

Recognovit et adnotavit I. B. Kan. In- 

sertae svnt figvrae Holbeinianae. Hagae- 

Com., 1898. 4079.122 

Gandoljphe, Maurice. 

La vie et Tart des Scandinaves. Paris, 1899. 


Hasluck, Paul N., editor. 
Decorative designs of all ages for all pur- 
poses. London, 1899. Illus. 4018.105 
Jcwitt, W. Henry. 
The nativity in art and song. London, i8q8. 
Illus. 4077.108 
Kingsley, Rose Georgina. 
A history of French art: 1 100-1899. Lon- 
don, 1899. 407320 
Mackail, John William. 
The life of William Morris. London, 1899. 
2 V. Portrs. Pis. 4085.49 
Marx, Rosrer, editor. 
Les medaillcurs frangais contemporains. Re- 
cueil de 442 medailles modernes. Paris. 
[1898.] ♦4070.120 

Parrish, Samuel L. 
Historical, biographical, and descriptive 
catalogue of the objects exhibited at the 
Southampton art museum, Southampton, 
New York, by S. L. Parrish, 1897. N. Y., 
1898. = ♦8074.40 

Rossetti, William Michael, editor. 
Ruskin: Rossetti: Preraphaelitism. Papers 
1854 to 1862. N. Y., 1899. Pis. 4085.47 
Ruskin, John. 
Lectures on landscape, delivered at Oxford, 
1871. Orpington, 1897. 84 pp. Illus. 


Sargent, John Singer. 
Catalogue of paintings and sketches. Ex- 
hibited, Boston, Feb. 2(>-March 13, 1899. 
[Boston, 1899.] 26 pp. = 8076.^ 
Tomkinson, Michael. 
A Japanese collection. London, 1898. 2 v. 
Portr. Pis. ♦8081.111 


Bvgate, J. E. 
The cathedral church of Durham. London, 
1899. Illus. 4109.41 

Ebhardt, Bodo. 
Deutsche Burgen. [Lief, i.l Berlin. [1899.] 
Illus. ♦4090.108 

Faber, Reinhold. 

Schulhauser ftir Stadt und Land. Leipzig, 
1898. 16 pp. 27 pis. and 'i'lans. ♦8o9oa.7o 
Florence, Italy. Consiglio comunale. 
Le temute demolizioni nel Centro e il Con- 
siglio comunale di Firenze. Rendiconto 
stenografico delF adunanza del di 23 Di- 
cembre 1898. Firenze, 1899. 44 pp. = 


Planat, Paul. 

Cours de construction civile. [le serie.] 

Partie i. Chauffage et ventilation des lieux 

habites. Paris, 1880. Illus. 4092.74 


Schild, Marie. 

Old English peasant costumes from Boadicea 

to Queen Victoria. Suitable for fancy 

fairs, costume balls and bazaars. London, 

1898. Pis. 2439.27 



Alhrn, Eunice Gibbs. 
The king[ of all painters. [Song, S. or T. 
With pianoforte accompaniment.] Giicago. 
[1898.1 5 pp. = 8osoa.i26 

Aothorp, William Foster. 
By the way: short essays on music and art 
. . . taken from the program-books of the 
Boston symphony orchestra. Boston, 1898. 
2 V. 4049a.7O 

Barnes, James, editor and compiler. 
Ships and sailors: being a collection of 
songs of the sea as sung by the men who 
sail it. With illustrations by R. F. Zog- 
baum. N. Y. 1898. ♦8050.120 

Broadley, Arthur. 
Chats to 'cello students. London, 1899. 
Illus. 4048.108 

Davey, Henry, of Brighton. 
The student's musical history. 2d edition. 
London. [1894.] 4049.188 

Deppe, Ludwig. 
Zwei Jahre Kapellmeister an der Koniglichen 
Oper zu Berlin. [Anon.] Bielefeld, 1890. 

Finck, Henry Theophilus, editor. 
Anton Seidl. A memorial by his friends. 
N. Y., 1899. Portrs. 4041.SB 

Hepworth, William. 
Information for players, owners, dealers and 
makers of bow-instruments, also for 
string-manufacturers. N. Y. [1899.] 

Hill, William £., and sons. 
The Salabue Stradivari. A history and 
descri»^tion of the famous violin common- 
ly called "Le Messie." London, 1891. 31 
pp. 30 col. pis. 4051.25 

Kistler, Cyrill. 
A system of harmony. Translated by 
Amanda Schreiber. London, 1899. 4045.41 
Lenz, Wilhelm von. 
The great piano virtuosos of our time, from 
personal acquaintance. Liszt, GiQpin, 
Tausig, Henselt. Translated by Made- 
leine R. Baker. N. Y, 1899. 4048.146 
Morsier, Emilie de. 
Parsifal de Richard Wagner, ou Tidie de la 
redemption. Paris, 1893. 89 pp. 4049a. 57 
Newman, Ernest. 

A study of Wagner. N. Y., 1899. 4041.80 
Nottebohm, Martin Gustav. 
Beethoveniana. Aufsatze und Mittheilung- 
en. Leipzig, 1872. 4047.109 

Schuberth, Julius Ferdinand Georg. 
Musikalisches Conversations-Lexicon. lote 
Auflage, bearb. von R. Musiol. Leipzig. 
[1877.1 = ♦40493.74 

Wigram, Woolmore. 
Change-ringing disentangled: with hints on 
belfries, bells, etc. 2d edition. London, 
1880. 8045.83 




Bach, J. C. Symphonic p6riodique. Manu- 


Bishop, Henry R. Faustus, a musical romance. 

— The overture and whole of the music in the 
operatic comedy of The rencontre. London. 

— The overture, chomsses, and whole of the 
music ... to Henri Quatre, a grand musi- 
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— The songs, duetts, & glees in Shakespeare's 
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Broustet, fidouard. Berceuse poor instru- 
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Asia. Africa. Oceanica. Polar 


Bastian, Philipp Wilhelm Adolf. 
Die deutsche £3»>edition an der Loango- 
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Becke, Louis, and Walter Jeffery. 

The naval pioneers of Australia. London, 

1899. Portrs. Pis. d047J3 

Bernard, William Dallas. 

Narrative of the voyages and services of the 

Nemesis, from 1840 to 1843; and of the 

combined naval and military operations in 

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Brinkley, Francis, editor. 
Japan described and illustrated by the Jap- 
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10 V. Illus. Pis. ♦Ci^.saja.i 


Brown, A. Satnler, and G. Gordon Brown. 
The guide to South Africa. 6th edition. 
London, 1898. Maps. ao59a.i4i 

Byron^ George Anson, 7th baron Byron. 
Voyage of H. *liif . S. Blonde to the Sandwich 
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Cabot, Sebastian. 
World map of a.d. 1544. (The Sebastian- 
Cabot map.) [Ottawa, i8g6.] Scale, 
none. = No. 7 in ♦Map 77.3 

Craft, Mabel Qare. 
Hawaii neL San Francisco, 1899. Pis. 

3049a. 178 
David, Mrs. Edgeworth. 
Funafuti, or three months on a coral island. 
London, 1899. Pis. Map. 3049a. 171 

Davidson, Lillias Campbell. 
Hints to lady travellers at home and abroad. 
London. [1899.] 6279.84 

Donisthorpe, Wordsworth. 
Down the stream of civilization. London, 
1898. Illus. 2279.62 

Dove, Carl. 
Vom Kap zum Nil. Reiseerinnerungen aus 
Slid-, Ost- und Nordafrika. Berlin, 1898. 
Pis. 3058.189 

Ferryman, Au^stus FenTpian Mockler-. 
Imperial Africa; the British possessions in 
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Finsch, Otto. 
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Berlin, 1879. Blus. Maps. 3064.167 

France. Minist^re de Tinstruction publique et 
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Bulletin de cr^ographie historique et descrip- 
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Maps. = ♦6272.45 

Fraser, Marv Crawford. 
Letters from Japan. N. Y., 1899. 2 v. 
Illus. = ♦8063.132 

Gallois, Eugene. 
Au pays des pagodes et des monasteres. £n 
Birmanie. Paris, 1899. Illus. 30403.172 
Gefaring, Hans. 

Sud-Indien. Land und Volk der Tamulen. 

Gutersloh, 1899. Illus. Map. 3042.234 

Haardt von Harthenthurn, Vincenz von. 

Nord-Polar-Karte. Wien. [1898.I Scale, 

1.9 miles to i inch. No. 27 in ♦Map 119.1 

£ight submaps illustrating arctic meteorology. 

Hursthouse. Charles Flinders. 

New Zealand, or Zealandia, the Britain of 

the south. .London, 1857. 2 v. Pis. 

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Jackson, Frederick George. 

A thousand days in the Arctic. N. Y., 1899. 

Illus. Portrs. Maps. 2263.82 

An account of the Jackson-Harmsworth ex]>edi- 
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Jacobs, Joseph. 
The story of geographical discovery. Lon- 
don, 1899. Illus. Maps. 6269a. 16 

Journal, The, of school geojrraphy. A monthly 
journal. Vol. 2. Lancaster, Pa., 1898. 
Ulus. Maps. = ♦6283.62 

Current numbers are in the Periodical Room. 

Kipling. Rudyard. 
The citv of dreadful night [Calcutta]. 
N. Y.. 1899. 92 pp. Portr. 4573- 1 54 

Lef^vre, Dr. K 
Un voyage au Laos. Paris, 1898. Pis. 
Map. 3018. 151 

Mamo, Ernst. 
Reisen im Gebiete des blauen und weissen 
Nil, im egyptischen Sudan und den an- 
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Wien, 1874. Illus. Maps. 3053.235 

Murray, A. S. 
Twelve hundred miles on the river Murray. 
London, 1898. Col. pis. ♦Cab.8o. 190.2 
Nazarbek, Avetis. 
Through the storm. Pictures of life in Ar- 
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London, 1899. 3086.102 

Reeves, William Pember. 
The loni? white cloud. Ao tea roa. Lon- 
don, 1898. Illus. Map. 3045.37 

"Ao tea roa" is the Maori name of New Zealand. 

Schweitzer, Georg. 
Eine Reise um die Welt. 2. Auflage. Ber- 
lin, 1899. Pis. 2276.87 
Thomhill, Mark Bensley. 
Hatmts and hobbies of an Indian official. 
London, 1899. 3047.241 
Verne, Jules. 

Histoire des grands voyages et des grands 
voyageurs: Les premiers explorateurs. 
Paris. [189-?] 2 v. Portrs. Pis. Maps. 

2269a. 49 
Waddell, Lawrence Austine. 
Among the Himalayas. Westminster, 1899. 
Illus. Map. 3042.232 

Wagner, Moritz. 
Reisen in der Regent schaft Algier, 1836- 
1838. Leipzig, 1841. Text, 3 v. in 2, ols., 
map; Atlas. 30503.147 

Werther C. Waldemar. 
Zum Victoria Nyanza. Eine Antisklaverei- 
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Younfirhusband, George John. 
The Philiopines and round about. N. Y., 
1899. Portr. Pis. Map. 30493.60 

The traveller included a trip to Saigon and Java, 
as well as to the Philippines. 


Allen, Charles Grant Blairfindie. 

The European tour. N. Y., 1899. 2279a.82 
Bartholomew, John. 
Plan of Liveroool. [London, 1898?] Scale. 
300 yards to i inch. ♦Map 1035.10 

Chester in 1893. Chester. [1893.] 18 pp. 
Illus. Portrs. = 24603.75 

Dodd. Anna Bowman. 
Cathedral days. A tour in southern Eng- 
land. New edition. Boston, 1899. Pis. 


Field, Benjamin F. 
Reminiscences of a Boston merchant. Bos- 
ton, 1887. = 2277.71 

Largely made up of notes of European travel. 

Fontane, Theodor. 
Wanderungen durch die Mark Brandenburg. 
Wohlfeile Ausgabe. Berlin, 1892-96. 4 v. 



Franzos, Carl Emil. 
Vom Don zur Donau. Ncue Kulturbilder 
aus Halb-Asien. 2. Auflage. Berlin. 
[1898.] 2 V. 3085.80 

Gomme, George Laurence. 
London in the reign of Victoria. London, 
1898. 2499.IJO 

Houel, Ephrem. 
Le Mont Saint-Michel. 3e Edition. Av- 
ranches, 1861. 2639a.95 

Kil^atrick, James A. 
Literary landmarks of Glasgow. Glasgow, 

1898. Illus. Portrs. 2479.42 
MacDonagh, Michael. 

Irish life and character. 2d edition. N. Y.. 

1899. 2478.78 
Murray, John, publisher. 

A handbook of Warwickshire. London, 1899. 
Maps. Plans. 6539.77 

St. Barbe, Reginald. 
In modern Spain: some sketches and im- 
pressions. London, 1899. Illus. 3098.177 
Whittaker, Thomas. 

Sights and scenes in Oxford city and uni- 
versity. London, 18^. 18 pp. *246oa.i^ 


Caffin, Mabel Blanche. 
A Jamaica outing. Boston. [1899.] (20) 
pp. = 4369.168 

Chambers, Edward Thomas Davies. 
Quebec, Lake St. John and the new route 
to the Saguenay. Montreal. [1899.] 54 
pp. Illus. = 2389a.35 

Davis, William Morris. 
The New England states. Boston, 1897. 31 
pp. Illus. No. 2 in 2280.71 

Supplement to Frye's complete geography. 

Dyer, E. Jerome. 

The gold fields of Canada and how to reach 

them. London, 1898. 4366.161 

Faucher de Saint Maurice, Narcisse Henri 


En route. Sept jours dans les Provinces 

maritimes. Quebec, 1888. 4466. is6 

Rand, McNally & co.'s handy guide to the 

New England States. Chicago, 1897. Pis. 

Maps. 2369a. I 


Delafosse, Maurice. 

Manuel dahomden. Paris, 1894. 3039-45 
Dirr, A. 

Manuel pratique de langue haoussa. Paris, 

1895. 3039.87 

Kenyon, Frederick George, 
The palaeogranhy of Greek papyri. With 
twenty fac-similes. Oxford, i9gg. 2983.68 

Bibliography, pp. 129-153. 

Kluge, Friedrich, and Frederic Lutz. 
English etymology. A select glossary. 
Strassburg, 1898. 2486.83 

Luft, Wilhelm. 
Studien zu den altesten crermanischen Al- 
phabeten. Gutersloh, 18^ 4886.45 

M6ras, Baptiste, and Sigmon M. Stem. 
Grammaire frangaise. N. Y., 1898. = 

Lc pluriel bris^. D'apr^s TAlfyah de Bnou- 
Malek, la Chafyah de Bnou '1-Hadjeb, la 
Tewdheih de Bnou-Hecham, le Tesreih de 
Khaled-el-Azharey, et autres savants tra- 
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Schnurmann, Ivan Nestor-. 
Russian reader. Lermontof s modem hero. 
With English translation and biographical 
sketch. Cambridge, 1899. 5039^-44 

Stem, Sigmon M. 
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Parcival. Gudmn, Tristan und Isolde. 
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Weekley. Ernest. 
The "preceptors' French course. London. 
fi8n7.1 = 2689.129 

Wesselv Carl, editor. 
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graphie. Leipzig, 1898. 12 pp. Tables. 
Fac-similes. *295o.85 

Rhetoric. Oratory. 

Kielblock, Adolph. 
The stage f risrht, or how to face an audience. 
Boston, 1891. 69 pp. = 5599a- 107 

Language. Rhetoric. 

Bergcr, Francois. 
French method. Second book. N. Y., 1896. 
= 2689.115 

Broch, Olaf. 
Studien von der slovakisch-kleinrussichen 
Sprachgrenze im ostlichen Ungam. Ud- 
givet for Hans A. Benneches Fond. Kris- 
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Caspari, Carl Paul. 
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Bibliography. Libraries. Books. 

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A record of study in aboriginal American 
languages. Media, Pa., 18^ 24 pp. = 


An analytical list of his own writings on the sub- 
Brooklyn^ N. Y. Public library. 
Annual report of the directors, ist Brook- 
lyn, 1899. Pis. *6is6.i35 
Cam^'ne free library, Allegheny, Pa, 
Catalogue of periodicals and newspapers, 
i8Qa [Allegheny.] 1899. = ♦6156.90 



Eschner, Max. 
Der Buchbinder. Stuttgart, 1898. Illus. 

Gcrrin*'. Giarles. 
Notes on book binding. Nottingham, 1899. 
23 jrp. Pis. *6ii6.S4 

Grolier aub, New York. 
Catalo^e of decorated early English book- 
bindings. N. Y. [1899.1 32 pp. = 

Grosvenor gtiblic library, Buffalo, N. Y. 
Catalo^e of the books and pamphlets in the 
Medical department. [Buffalo.] 1899. = 

Houghton^ Mifflin and company. 
A catalogue of authors whose works are 
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Portrs. ♦2154.133 

Koenigliches zoologisches und anthropolo- 
(risch - ethnographisches Museum zu 
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= ♦2163.80 

Lamb, Charles. 
Descriptions of a few books from [his] li- 
brary, and of some presentation copies 
and first editions of his rarer books. With 
collations and notes. N. Y. [1899?] 22 
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Lumley, John Savile-. 
Translation of paners relating to the Inter- 
national conference for exchanges, held at 
Brussels, 1883. Sydney, 1893. 9 pp. 

Raffety, Frank W. 
Books worth reading. A plea for the b'^st 
and an essay towards selection. London, 
1899. ♦2127. 1 13 

Sintenis, Franz. 1835- 
Die Pseudonyme der neueren deutschen Lit- 
teratur. Hamburg, 1899. 31 pp. 

Wenham, Mass. Public library. 
Catalogue, 1893 [and] supplement, ist, 1898. 
Beverly, 1893, 98. = ♦6157.76 

Wilmington institute free library. 
A classified list of selected books for young 
people. Wilmington. [1898?] 36 pp. 


Manuscripts. Autographs. 

Fillon, Benjamin. 
Inventaire des autographes et des documents 
historiques composant [sa] collection. Sc- 
ries IX et X. 'Artistes, compositeurs de 
musigue. Paris, 1879. Fac-similes*. = 


Hull, Captain John, and others. 

Eng^agmt to pay for the frame upon the 

Conduit 1658. [Manuscript agreement, 

signed by Anthony Stoddard, Edward 

Hutchinson, jr., and John Hull.] 

Lawlor, Hugh Jackson, editor. 
The Rosslyn missal : an Irish manuscript in 
the Advocates' library, Edinburgh. Lon- 
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Literature. Criticism. 

Longinus, Dionysius Cassius. 
On the Sublime. The Greek text edited 
from the Paris manuscript, with transla- 
tion. By W. Rhys Roberts. Cambridge, 
1899. 2996.21 

English Literature. 

Addison^ Joseph. 

Sir Roger de Coverley. Essays from the 
Spectator by Addison and Steele. Edited 
by Zelma Gray. N. Y., 1899. Portr. 

Arnold, Matthew. 
Sweetness and light (reprinted from Culture 
and anarchy), and An essay on style by 
Walter Pater (reprinted from Apprecia- 
tions). N. Y., 1899. 25593.89 
Baker, Mrs. Isadore. 
Sonnets and other verse. Iowa City, 1896. 

(I), 33 pp. = P.85.45 

Coleridge, Samuel Taylor. 
Poems chosen out of [his] works. [Edited 
by F. S. Ellis.] [Kelmscott press, 1896.] 

Commelin, Anna Olcott. 

Poems. N. Y., 1888. 60 pp. = P.85.1.S3 

Davidson, John. 1857- 

The last ballad, and other poems. London, 

1899. 66o9a.8i 

Dc Quincey, Thomas. 

The confessions of an English opium-eater. 

London, 1899. Portr. [Temple classics.] 

6609a. 14 
Dobson, Henry Austin. 
A paladin of philanthropy, and other papers. 
London, 1899. Portr. Plan. 2554.88 

Foss, Sam Walter. 
Dreams in homespun. [Verses.] Boston, 
1898. 2406.160 

Whiffs from wild meadows. [Verses.] Bos- 
ton, 1898. Illus. Portr. 2406.161 
Guiney, Louise Imogen. 
"England and yesterday." A book of short 
poems. London, 1898. vii, 60 pp. 2408.147 
Hay, Helen. 
Some verses. Chicago, 1898. viii, 72 pp. — 

Hazlitt, William. 1778-1830. 

[Lectures on the English comic writers. 
Edited by W. C. Hazlitt.] London, 1894. 

No. 2 in 2579a.90 
Lectures on the literature of the age of 
Elizabeth and characters of Shakespear's 
plays. [Edited by W. C. Hazlitt] Lon- 
don, 1397. 2 V. in I. 25793.91 
Howe, Julia Ward. 
From sunset ridge. Poems old and new. 
Boston, 1898. 2405.45 
Ireland, Annie Elizabeth. 
Longer flights. Recollections and studies. 

London. [1808. J Portr. 4558.158 

Edited by Ethel Allcync Ireland. 

Lanier, Sidney. 
Retrospects and prospects. Descriptive and 
historical essays. N. Y., 1899. 2407.145 

Contents. — Retrospects and prospects. — San 
Antonio de Bexar. — Confederate memorial ad- 
dress. — The New South. — Sketches of India. 


Lee, Martha Agnes. 
The round rabbit [and other verses]. Bos- 
ton, 1898. 61 pp. 4399a. 182 
Morris, William. 
The wood beyond the world. [Kelmscott 
press . . Hammersmith, 1894.] ♦4572.154 
Nims, George Washington. 
Couplets on human nature. Boston, 1898. 
Portr. = 4409.194 
Parker, W. B. 
The religion of Mr. Kipling. N. Y., 1899. 

4569a. 176 
Pemberton, Caroline, editor. 
Queen Elizabeth's Englishings pf Boethius, 
De consolatione philosopniae, a.d. 1593, 
Plutarch, De Curiositate, Horace, De arte 
poctica (part), a.d. 1598. Edited from the 
unique MS., partly in the Queen's hand, 
in the Public record office, London. 
1899. [Early English text society.] 

Shelley, Percy Bysshe. 
Poems, narrative, elegiac, & visionary. Lon- 
don, 1899. Portr. [Temple classics.] 

2569a. 1 39 
Sill, Edward Rowland. 
Hermione and other poems. Boston, 1899. 

Speculum Gy de Warewyke. An English 

poem. Here for the first time printed, 
and first edited from the manuscripts by 
Georgiana Lea Morrill. London. 1898. 
[Early English text society.] *46o7-75 

Stebbins. Charles Livingstone, editor. 
Harvard lyrics and other verses, being se- 
lections of the best verse written by Har- 
vard undergraduates within the last ten 
years. Boston, 1899. 4398.175 

Thayer, William Roscoe. 
The influence of Emerson. Boston, 1886. 
30 po. = 2396.99 

Woodberry, George Edward. 
Heart of man. N. Y., 1899. 44093.224 

Contents. — Taormina. — A new defence of 
poetry. — Democracy. — The ride. 

French Literature. 

Baiser, Le. fitude litteraire et historique. 

Nancy, 1888. 6232.24 

Bibesco, Alexandre, prince. 
La question du vers franqais et la tentative 

des poetes decadents. Paris. [1895.] 

(8),. 47 PP- = *'267i.45 

Chenier, Andre Marie. 

CEuvres poetiques . . . avec une introduc- 
tion et des notes par Ei^gene Manuel. 
Paris, 1884. 6709a.40 

Cyrano de Bcrgerac, Savinien Hercule. 
A voyage to the moon. [Translated by C. 
H. Page.] N. Y., 1899. Portr. 6709a. 34 
Joubert, Joseph. 
Joubert: a selection from his Thoughts, 
translated by Katharine Lvttleton. N. Y., 
1899. 2669.119 

Quell ien, Narcisse. 
Breiz. Poesies bretonnes. Paris, 1898. 

Breton text with French translation. 


Verhaeren, fimfle. 
Poems. Selected and rendered into English 
by Alma Strettell. London, 1899. 6907.5 

German Literature. 

Novalis' Lyrik. Oppdn, 1898. 4S76.24 

Fischer Johann Georg. 
Auf d^ Heimweg. Neue Gedichte. Stutt- 
gart, 1891. ^§P^^^ 
Aus frischer Luft Gedichte. Neue Folge. 
2te Auflage. Stuttgart, 1873. 6909.13 
Herwegh, Georg. 
Gedichte eines Lebendigen. I2te Auflage. 
Leiozig, i8p6.. 6909a.23 
Mauerhof, Emil. 
Konrad Ferdinand Meyer, oder die Kun<it- 
form des ^Romans. Zurich. [1897.I 59 
T)p. * 4077.32 
Stilflrebauer, Edward. 
Geschichte des Minnesangs. Weimar, 1898 

Ziel, Ernst 

Litterarische Reliefs. Dichterportraits. Leip- 
zig, 1885, 95. 4 V. in 2. 487944 

Greek Literature. 

Eiff^ni, Cum scholiorum antiquorum ex- 
cerptis passim emendatis recognovit et ad- 
notavit Henricus van Herwerden. Lug- 
duni-Batavorum, 1897. 2 v. in i. 2973.82 
Baumstark, Carl Anton Joseph Maria Do- 
Der Pessimismus in der griechischen Lyrik. 
Heidelberg, 1898. 35 pp. 2976.35 

Ludwich, Arthur. 
Die Homervulg^ta als voralexandrinisch 
Erwiesen. Leipzig, 1898. 2995.80 

Irish Literature. 

Hyde, Douglas. 
A literary history of Ireland from earliest 
times to the present day. London, 18991 


Italian Literature. 

Rambaldo Benvenuto, da Imola. 
Comentum super Dantis Aldigherij Comcc- 
diam, nunc primum integre in Incem cdi- 
tum sumptibus G. W. Vernon, curante J. 
P. Lacaita. Florentiac, 1887. 5 v. Pis. 


Straparola, Giovanni Francesco. 
Le piacevoli notti . . . nelle quali si conten- 
gono le favole con i loro enimmi da dieci 
donne e duo giovani raccontate. Ripro- 
dotte a cura di Giuseppe Rua. Libro i. 
Boloima, 1899. 4763.69 

Japanese Literature. 

MacCauley, Gay. 
Japanese literature. Yokohama, 1898. (3), 
28 pp. =: 3015.145 


Jewish Literature. 

Abrahams, Israel. ^^ 

Chapters on Jewish hteraturc. Phila., iW 



Bernstein, Elsa. ^,-1. 

Konigskinder. Ein deutsches Marchen, von 

Ernst Rosmer f Pseud.]. 3te Auflage. 

Berlin. 1897. r . r^ 689^.87 

Themistokles. Tragodie [voii] Ernest Ros- 

- * 6899a.88 


mcr ri'seud.]. Berlin, 1897. 

Francke, R. _ , 

Leipzig's Theater vor 100 Jahren. 

Leipziflf, 1879. 16 pp. = 
Koerting. Gustav Carl Otto. ... 

Geschichte dcs gnechischen und romischen 
Theaters. Padcrborn, 1897. 
Rostand, Eugene Alexis Edmond. 
Cyrano de Bergcrac. An historic comedy, 
translated . . by C Rcnaidd, with anin- 
troduction by A. Cohn. N. Y. ^[1898.] 

Portrs. ., . ,^^'^ 

La Samaritaine : 6van<nle en trois tableaux, 
en vers. 8e mille. Paris, 1898. 6695.55 
Yxart, Tos6. 
El arte esc6nico en Espana. 
celona, i8o4. 


Arabian nights' entertainments. 
The story of Ahikar from the Synac. Ara- 


Boston society for medical iinprovement. 
The medical work of the Massachusetts 
volunteer aid association during the Span- 
ish war. [Boston, 1899. ] 51 pp. Ill us. 
= ♦3750.62 

Broomell, I. Norman. 
Anatomy and histology of the mouth and 
teeth. Phila., 1898. lllus. 5803.78 

Helferich, Heinrich. 
On fractures and dislocations. Translated 
bv J. Hutchinson, Jun. London, 1899. 
lllus. ix>(ew Sydenham society.] ♦5714.85 
Kleinhans, Albert 
Haut, Haare und Nagel. Ihre Pflege und 
Erhaltung, ihre Krankheiten und deren 
Heilung. Leipzig, 1871. Ulus. = 5799a.29 
Locher, Hans. 
Medizinisch-chirurgische Klinik. Bd. i. Die 
medizinischen und chirurgischen Krank- 
heiten der Haut. Erlangen, 1867. = 

2963.35 Lucas, E.W. ^^'"'^ 

Practical pharmacy, with a chapter on the 

analysis of urine. London, 1898. lllus. 

Makuen, G. Hudson. 

Falsetto voice in the male. Report of five 
cases. Chicago, 1899. 7 pp. = 5809.88 
Marcet. William. 
A contribution to the history of the respira- 
tion of man, being the Croonian lectures, 
1895. London, 1897. lllus. 3790.109 

Nocard, fidouard, and E. Leclainche. 
Les maladies microbiennes des animaux. 2e 
Edition. Paris, 1898. 6002.44 

Novy, Frederick George. 
Laboratorv work in bacteriology. 2d edition. 

Vol. I. Bar- 

. - T^ ,-. • n 1, ««H qi^ Ann Arbor, 1899. Ulus. 3791133 

bic, Armenian, Ethiopic, Greek and bl^ Oppenheim, Hermann. 

vonic versions. By F. C. Conybeare, J. Lehrbuch der Nervenkrankheiten fur Arzte 

und Studirende. 2. Auflage. Berlin, 1898. 

lllus. 7803.134 

Raimbert, Louis Adolphe. 

Trait6 des maladies charbonneuses. Paris, 

1859. Pis. = 7794.85 

Red Cross society, Spain. 

Cr6nica del primer ensayo de movllizacion 

Rendel Harris, and /v'mes Smith Lewis. 
London, 18^ 3425- 124 

Bufi^e. Elseus Sophus. ... 1 

The Lome of the Eddie poems, with special 
reference to the Helgi-lavs. Revised edi- 
tion. Translated from the Norwegian by 
W. H. Schofield. London, 1899. [Jhe 
Grimm library.) 2906.69 

Groome, Francis Hmdes. ^ ^ 

Gypsv folk-tales. London, >899. 6292.12 

Klimo, Midiel. ^^ . t> • o o 

Contes & legendes de Hongne. Pans, 1890. 

Mont, Pol de, and Alfons de Cock. 

Dit'z.jn vlaamsche vertelsels uit den volks- Zu^kerkandl, Otto, 
mond opgcschreven. Gent, 1898. ^. 

general de la Cruz roja espanola. Verifi- 
cado en Tudela de Navarra el 20 de novi- 
embre de 1898. I^adrid, 1899. 96 pp. 
lllus. Portrs. = ♦7762.62 

Weichselbaum, Anton. 
Eoidemiologie. Jena, 1899. [Handbuch der 
Hvcnene.j ♦376oa.83 

Wechssler, Eduard. ^ , . ., 17 * 

Die bacre vom Heiligen Gral in ihrer Unt- 
wicklung bis auf Richard Wagners Parsi- 
fal. Halle a. S.. 1898. 487940 

Medicine. Hygiene. 


American humane association. 
Renort on vivisection and dissection in 
schools. Chicago, 1895. 64 pp. 574917 

Die localen Erkrankungen der Harnblase. 
Wien, 1899. [Specielle Pathologic und 
Therapie.] ♦3782.148 

The Eye. 

Bettman. Boeme. 

Simple cataract extraction, and some 
thoughts on prolapsus of the iris. Chi- 
cago. [1895.] 10 pp. = 3806.135 

Subvolution — a new pterygium operation. 
Chicago, 1894. 7 PP- lllus. 3808.118 

Coccius, Adolf. 

Ueber die Ernahrungsweise der Hornhaut 
und die Serum fiihrenden Gefasse im 
menschlichen Korper. Leipzig, 1852. ^- 

380 4. SS 


Connor, Leartus. 
Amblyopia from suppression, congeTi«ial im- 
perfection or disease; which or all? Chi- 
cago. 1898. 12 pp. = 3808. lao 
Remarks on the causes of glaucoma. Chi- 
cago, 1896. II pp. = 3808.101 
Remarks on the management of glaucoma. 
Chicago, 1896. 16 pp. = 3808.100 
Cross, Francis Richardson. 
Pemphicais of the conjunctiva. [London, 
1891I 4 pp. = 3807.162 
Culver. Charles Mortimer. 
The comparative value of optometric meth- 
ods. fAlbany. 1897.] 4 PP. = 3807.149 
The desirability of a periscopic quality in 
correcting lenses. ['Albany.] 1897. 2 pp. 
= 3807.150 
Evans. Thomas C. 
Specific pcratitis. [N. Y.] 1895. M^. = 

Fox, L. Webster. 
Ophthalmia neonatorum. [Phila.? 1898.] 
8 pp. = 3808.106 

Frothingham, George Edward. 
Lectures on cataract. Aiyi Arbor. 1880. 47 
pp. = 5806.132 

Fryer, Blencowe E. 
A new lamp for skiascopy. [St. Lows, 1897.] 
3 pp. Illus. = .Vto7.i58 

Gould, George Milbry. 
Homeochronous hereditary optic-nerve atro- 
phy, extending through six generations. 
ISt. Louis.] 1893. 4 pp. = 3807.147 

The pernicious effect of albinism upon the 
eye. fSt Louis.] 1893. 10 pp. ~ 

Julg, fimile fidouard. 
Le pansement occlusif humide dans les 
maladies des yeux. Nancy, 1891. Chart. 
= 3801.83 

Kuechler, Heinrich. 
Die Querextraction des Grauen Staars dcr 
Erwachsenen. Erlangen, 1868. 42 pp. 
Illus. = 3802.144 

Landolt, Edmund. 
The graduation of the squint operation. 
Translated ... by Dr. C. Zimmermann. 
JN. Y.. 1897.] II pp. = 3807.159 

Lautenbach, Louis J. 
Phlytenular conjunctivitis. Providence. 8 
pp. = 3807.152 

Lippmcott, James A. 
Intra-ocular syringing in cataract extrac- 
tion, with a report of fifty-threr opera- 
tions. Phila., 1890. 19 pp. Illu<. = 

M'Keown, William Alexander. 
The injection operation for cataract. [Lon- 
don? 1885.] 10 pp. Illus. = 3806.131 
Marlow, Frank William. 
Clinical reports of central lesions ^ith eye 
symptoms. [St. Louis.] 1897. 12 pp. 
Illus. = 3807.144 

Note on the use and non-use of the occlu- 
sive bandages in cases of heterophoria. 
[Chicago, 1897.] 3 pp. = 3801.122 

Two unusual cases of strabismus. [Nash- 
ville, 1898.1 7 pp. Portrs. = 3807.133 
May, Charles Henry. 
Mixed forms of trachoma and spring catarrh. 
[St. Louis.] 1896. 8 pp. = 3808.124 


Minor, James L. 
Epithelicmia. Removal. Plastic operation for 
new eyelid. [Memphis, 1896.] 4 pp. Portrs. 

», = 3807.153 

Mooren, Albert 
Ueber svmpathische Gesichtsstomngen. Ber- 
lin^ i86a = 3804.34 
Oliver, Charles A. 
An improved form of stereoscope. [Nash- 
ville, 1898.] 2 pp. = 3807.160 
Proudfoot, Alexander. 
Excessive intra-ocular haemorrhage after 
cataract extraction, followed by enuclea- 
tion and location of the haemorrhage in 
the retina, [St Lottis. 1888.] 3 Pp. = 

Redard. Paul. ^^'^ 

De la section des nerfs dliaires et du jierf 
optioue. Paris, 1879. = 3804.37 

Richey, Stephen Ohn. 
Gout and rheumatism as factors in the etio- 
logy of glaucoma. [St Louis.] 1897. 12 
pp. nius. = 380a 102 

Robertson, Douglas Argyll. 
Note on the further history of the case of 
fflaria loa previously reported to the So- 
ciety. [London, 1897] 6 pp. = :iSo8.i22 
Rondeau, A. M. 
Des affections oculaires reflexes et de Toph- 
thalmie sympathique. Paris, 1866. = 

Roosa, Daniel Bennett Saint John. 
Defective eyesight The principles of its re- 
lief by glasses. N. Y., .1899. Illus. 

Sattler. Robert ^'^ 

Excessive hemorrhage after enucleation of 

c i^^^i^v ^i???» ^^ ^ PP- = 3808.127 
Seely. William Wallace. 

The yellow oxide of mercury, niicago, 
1882. 8 pp. = 3807.156 

On the use of the drug in ophthalmic practice. 
Shaw, Albert Joel. 

Spontaneous hemorrhage into tht orbit 
[Nashville. iM.] ( i) p. = 3808.113 
Smith, Eugene, M.D. 

Cataract How shall we de^ with the cap- 
sule? New cystitome forceps. [Chicago, 
1891.] 4 pp. Illus. = 3806.129 

Treatment of irido-dialysis from contusion. 

Stana:XleMD.^ "*• = '^"^ 

"On liffht ' Being a stenofcraphic report of 
a talk before the American academy of 
dental science. Phila., i8q6. 18 pp. = 


Treats of light from the oculist's point of viev, 
especially the relations between Tariona artificisl 
lights and the eyes. 

Strieker, Louis. 
Syphilis of the uveal tract [Cincinnati, 
1864.1 7 pp. = 3S05.116 

Thomas, Charles Hermon. 
Muscular asthenopia and its treatment by 
graduated tenotomy. [Phila.] 1894. ^ 
pp. = ^1.124 

An operation for the radical cure of stric- 
ture of the lachrymal duct, with descrip- 
tion of a stricturotome. [London, 1892.] 
7 pp. Illus. = 2807.143 

Thompson. James L. 
Glioma of the retina. Chicago, 1898. 7 pp^ 
= 3808.111 



Tiffany, Flavel Benjamin. 
Dynamics of the extrinsic ocular muscles. 
Chicago, 1898. 3 pp. = '^808. 108 

Strabismus. (Cross-eyes.) Kansas City. 
[1898.1 20 pp. Illus. = 3807.132 

Watson, William Spencer. 
On abscesses and tumours of the orbii Part 
I. London, 1866. vii, 41 pp. = 3808.116 
Webster, David. 
Reoort of one hundred and eighteen catar- 
act extractions. [N. Y., 1895.] 31 pp. = 

Wecker, Louis de, 
De I'iridotomie. Paris, 1873. 35 pp. Illus. 
= 3807.142 

Westcott, Cassius D. 
An additional case of double congenital mi- 
crophthalmos. [Chicago, 1898.] 8 pp. = 

Wiglesworth, Joseph, and Thomas Herbert 
On the condition of the fundus oculi in the 
insane. London, 1884. 48 pp. Pis. = 

Wolfe, John Reisberg. 
On the traumatic cataract. [London, 1872.] 
8 pp. = 3806.130 

Wood, Casey Albert. 
The field of monocular fixation and its rela- 
tion to heterophoria. Chicago, 1896. 8 pp. 
= 3808.128 

Ziegler, S. Lewis. 

A note on the use of De Zong's refrictome- 
ter. [Chicago.] 1897. 12 pp. Illus. = 

Zimmerman, Mason W. 

A case of bilateral melanotic tumors, prob- 
ably cysts of the ciliary bodies [St. 
Louis. 1 1897. 7 pp. Illus. = .3807.151 


Barwise, Sidney. 
The purification of sewage. N. Y., 1899. 
Illus. • 3768.168 

Donelan, James, translator and editor. 

Aix-la-Chapelle (Aachen) as a health re- 
sort By Drs. Alexander, Beissel . . . and 
Thissen. Aix-la-Chapelle, 1892. = 

Lando, Ortensio. 
The frugal life. A paradox. With introd. 
by W. E. A. Axon. Manchester, 1899. 
8 pp. 5768.118 

Lcvden, Ernst von, editor, 
nandbuch der Emahrungstherapie und Dia- 
tetik. Bd. i., Abtheilung i. Leipzig, 
1898. Illus. 3762.146 

Shadwell, Arthur. 
The London water supply. London, 1899. 

Sisley, Richard. 

The London water supply: a retrospect and 

a survey. London. 1899. Ulus. Maps. 


Whinole, George Chandler. 

The microscopy of drinking water. N. V., 

}S99: "^l?s- ^ ^ 379x41 

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Awdry, Frances Emily. 

Early chapters in science. A first book of 
knowledsre of natural history, botany, phy- 
siology, physics and chemistry for young 
peoole. Edited by W. F. Barrett. Lon- 
don, 1899. Illus. 7917- 19 

Banet-Rivet, . 

L'a6ronautique. Paris, 1898. Illus. 596572 
Barker, George Frederick, translator and 
Rontgen rays. Memoirs by Rontgen, 
Stokes and J. T. Thomson. N. Y., 1899. 
(7), 76 pp. Illus. 7978.47 

Bartlett, Abraham Dee. 
Wild animals in captivity: being an account 
of beasts and birds at the '^o.' Edited 
by E. Bartlett. London, 1899. Illus. 

Bird-lore. [A bi-monthly magazine devoted 
to the study and protection of birds.] Ed- 
ited by F. M. Chapman. Vol. i. N. V., 
1890. Illus. *5pooa.63 

"Official organ of the Audubon gociety.^*^ 
Current numbers are in the Periodical Room. 
Bonney, Thomas George. 
Volcanoes: their structure and significance. 
N. Y., 1899. Illus. 5863.79 

Bosqui, Francis Lawrence. 
Practical notes on the cyanide process. 
N. Y., 1899. Illus. Pis. 3868.127 

Boyer, Jacques, meteorologist. 
LsL photographic et Tetude des nuagcs. 
Paris, 1898. 80, (i) pp. Portr. Pis. 

Cole, Reginald Sorre. 
A treatise on photographic optics. London, 
1899. Illus. 3928.128 

Dannemann, Friedrich. 
Grundriss einer Geschichte der Naturwissen- 
schaften. Leipzig, 1896, 98. 2 v. Illus. 

Giesbrecht, Wilhelm, and Otto Schmeil. 
Copepoda: i. Gymnoplea. Berlin, 1898. 
Illus. 5882. r4 

Goebel, Carl Eberhard. 
Ueber Studium und Auffassung der An- 
passungserscheinungen bei Pflanzen. Fest- 
rede. Miinchen, 1898. 24 pp: = 3851.122 
Going, Maud. 
Field, forest, and wayside flowers, wi|h 
chapters on grasses, sedges and ferns. 
N. Y. [1899] Illus. 3858.96 

Hampson, Sir George Francis, bart. 
Catalogue of the Syntomidae in the collec- 
tion of the British museum. London, 
1898. Text; Atlas, 17 pis. [Britrsh mu- 
seum. Catalogue of the Lepidoptera 
Phalaenae.] ♦3893.68.1 

Haug, fimile. 
Etudes sur les goniatites. Paris, 1898. Illus. 
[Society geologique de France. Me- 
moires.] *5870.55 

Holm, Herman Theodor. 
A study of some anatomical characters of 
North American Gramineae. 1-3. [Chi- 
cago, 1891.] Pis. = 5846.25 



Jordan, Denham. 

Drift from longshore. By A son of the 

marshes. Edited by J. A. Owen [Mrs. 

Visgerl. London, 1898. 3818.95 

Journal of applied microscopy. (Monthly.) 

Vol. I. Rochester, N. Y., 1898. Ulus. 


Current numbers are in the Periodical Room. 

Knobel, Edward. 
The grasses, sedges and rushes of the 
northern United States illustrated. Bos- 
ton, 1899. 78 pp. 3847.84 
Lachman, Arthur. 
The spirit of organic chemistry. An intro- 
duction to the current literature of the 
subject. N. Y., 1899. 3978.186 
Lan^, Qtto. 
Die Bildung des Harzgebirges. Hamburg, 
1896. 32 pp. PI. Map. 

No. 20 in ♦5914.50. N.F. 10 
Linton, William James. 
Darwin's probabilities. A review of his 
Descent of man. Hamden, Conn., 1896. 

(2), 15 pp. = 5827.49 

McLeod, Robert R. 
In the Acadian land. Nature studies. Bos- 
ton, 1899. Pis. 3818.93 
Marr, John Edward. 
The principles of stratigraphical geology. 
Cambridge, 1898. Illus. [Cambridge na- 
tural science manuals.] 3869.144 
Meyer, Richard. 
Die chemische S3mthese. Hamburg, 1896. 
29 pp. No. 21 in ♦5914.50.N.F.10 
New England zoological club. 
Proceedings. Vol. i. pp. 1-37. [Boston.] 
1899. = ♦3884.40 
Pac'e. Charles N. 
Aquaria. A treatise on the food, breeding 
and care of fancy gold fish, oaradise fish, 
etc. Des Moines, Iowa. [1098.] 62 pp. 
IIIus. 5909.34 
Rhodora. Journal of the New England botani- 
cal club. Vol. I. Boston, 1899. Pis. 


A monthly publication. Current numbers are in 
the Periodical Room. 

Rosenbusch, Carl Harry Ferdinand. 
Elemente der Gesteinslehre. Stuttgart, 1898. 
Illus. 3861.72 

Rothschild, Lionel Walker. 
Pardiseidae. Berlin, 1898. vi, 52 pp. Illus. 
[Das Tierreich.] 5882.14 

Schimper, A. F. Wilhelm. 
Pflanzen - Geographic auf physiologischer 
Grundlage. Jena, 1898. Illus. Maps. 

Scudder, Samuel Hubbard. 

Supplement to a revision of the Melanopli. 
iDavenport, Iowa, 1899.] 49 PP- = 

Sloane, Thomas 0*Conor. 
Liquid air and the liquefaction of gases. 
N. Y., 1899. Illus. 3977.125 

Staudinger, Otto. 
Lepidopteren. Hamburg, 1899. [Hamburger 
magalhaensische Sammelreise.] 

No. 7 in ♦3891.45.4 
Waddcll, John. 
The arithmetic of chemistry. N. Y., 1899. 


Warren, B. H. 
Taxidermy. How to collect, skin, preserve 
and mount birds. The game and fish 
laws of the Commonwealth of Pennsyl- 
vania. [Harrisburg.] 1806. Illus. [Penn- 
sylvania. Department of agriculture.] = 


Same. 2d edition. 1896. 5905-31 

Witchell, Charles A. 

Cries & call-notes of wild birds. London, 

1890. 95 pp. 3909.100 

Anthropology. Ethnology. 

Bruun, Daniel. 
The cave dwellers of southern Tunisia. 
Translated by L. A.' E. B. London, 1898. 
Illus. Portr. 3054.188 

Frobenius, Leo von. 
Die Weltanschauung der Naturvolker. Wei- 
mar, 1895. Pis. 3486.125 
Keane, Augustus Henry. 
Man, past and present. Cambridge, 1899. 
FIs. [Cambridge geographical series.] 

Lombroso, Cesare. 
L'uomo delinquente. 5a edizione. Torino, 
1896, 97. Text, illus., 3 v.; Atlas, i v. 


Madrolle, Qaude. 

Les peuples et les langues de la Chine meri- 

dionale. Parlers de Tile d'Hai-Nan et dc 

la presqu'ile du Loui-tcheou (Louei- 

Tsiou). Paris, 1898. 15 pp. Map. 

Malfatti, Bartolomeo. 
Etnografia. 2a edizione. Milano, 1883. 
[Manuali Hoepli.] 382&8 

Mante^[azza, Paolo. 
Studii sulla etnologia deir India. Firenze. 
1886. 371 pp. Pis. 3824.86 

Morgan, Thomas J. 
The negro in America, and The ideal 
American republic Phila. [1898.] 

Munro, John. 
The story of the British race. N. Y., 1899. 
Maps. 3828.10 

Petrie, William Matthew Flinders. 
Racial photographs from the Egsrptian 
monuments. [London, 1887.] 190 photo- 
graphs, in portfolio. **3059.I98 
Pronti, Domenico, engraver. 
Nuova raccolta rappresentante i costumi re- 
li<Hosi, civili e militari degli antichi Egizi- 
ani, Etruschi, Greci, e Romani. Roma. 
[1800?] 48 pis. Plan. = "^4937.40 

Mathematics. Astronomy. 

Fison, Alfred Henry .^ 
Recent advances in astronomy. London, 

1898. 3929-114 

Gregory bar Hebraeus, AbuT Faraj, catholicus. 
Le livre de Tascension de Tesprit sur la 
forme du ciel et de la terre. Cours d*as- 
tronomie, r6dig6 en 1270. Publi6e pour 
la premiere fois par F. Nau. lere partie. 
Paris, 1899. [Biblioth^ue de I'ficole des 
hautes 6tudesJ 3923-86 

Contents. — i. Tcxtc sjrriaqae. 


M'adlc^d. William John. 
A treatise on the geometry of the circle, and 
some extensions to conic sections by the 
method of reciprocation. London, 1891. 

Mattoon, Arthur M. 
The evolution of the modem equatorial tele- 
scope. Parkville, Mo., 1898. 22 pp. = 

Petersen, Julius. 
Vorlesungen iiber Funktionstheorie. Kopen- 
hagen. 1898. ♦♦E.5124.45 

Taylor, James Milford. 
Elements of the differential and integral cal- 
culus. Revised edition. Boston, 1898. 


Philosophy. Education. 



Boethius, Anicius Manlius Torquatus Sev- 
erinus. ** 
Kin^ Alfred's Old English version of Boe- 
thms De consolatione philosophise. Ed- 
ited by W. J. Sedgefield. Oxford, 1899. 

Charbonnd, Victor. 

The victory of the will. Translated by 
Emily Whitney. Boston, 1890. = 5608.86 
Gesellschaft fur Experimental-Psvchologie. 

Schriften. Stiick 1-^4. Leipzig, 1890. 5604.30 
Hebert, Marcel. 
Plato and Darwin. A philosophic dialogue. 
Translated by W. Gibson. N. Y., 1899. 
^2 pp. 5609a. 120 

Heinrich, W. 
Die modeme physiolog^sche Psychologic in 
Deutschland. Zurich, 1895. 5602.86 

James^ William, M.D. 
Talks to teachers on psychology: and to 
students on some of life's idesds. N. Y., 

1899. 5605.32 

Leibnitz, Gottfried Wilhelm, Freiherr von. 
Leibnitz. The Monadology and other philo- 
sophical writings. Translated by R. (.atta. 
Oxford, 1898. 3609.180 

Mill, Tohn Stuart 
Lettres in^dites k Auguste Comte, publi^es 
avec les r6ponses de Comte et une intro- 
duction par L. L^vy-Bruhl. Paris, 1899. 
[Biblioth^ue de philosophic contempo- 
raine.l 5604.84 

R^^jac E. 
Essay on the bases of the mystic knowledge. 
Translated by Sara Carr Upton. Lon- 
don, 1899. 5484.81 


Boston university. College of liberal arts. 
Boston university notes. Vol. i, no. i, 2. 
Quarterly. [Bpston, 1898, 99.] = 

Boyer, Charles C. 
Principles and methods of teaching. Phila. 
[1899.1 359539 


Buchan, John. 
Brasenose college. London, 1898. Pis. 
[College histories. University of Oxford.] 

Cincinnati, Ohio. University of Cincinnati. 
Annual report of the directors, 28th, for 
1898. Cincinnati, 1899. = ♦4496.352 

Gilman, Daniel Coit. 
University problems of the United States. 
N. Y., 1898. 3595.166 

Goldschmidt, Henriette. 
Bertha von Marenholtz-Bulow. Ihr Leben 
und Wirken im Dienste der Erziehungs- 
lehre Friedrich Frobels. Hamburg, 1896. 
54 p^. No. 22 in ♦5914.50.N.F.10 

International Young men's Christian associa- 
tion training school, Springfield, Mass. 
Catalogue, 12th. 1896/7. With prospectus 
for 1897/8. Springfield, 1897. Illus. = 

Lafavette college, Easton, Pa. 

[Sketch of its foundation, etc.] [Easton, 
Pa., 1897?] 17 pp. Portr. Pis. = 

Landon, Joseph. 
A manual of the art of questioning for 
training classes. Syracuse, 1899. 9^ PP- 

Massachusetts institute of technology. Gass 
of 1881. 
[Report of the secretary] 1898. [Boston, 
1898.] = ♦4492.210 

Rodgers, Arthur. 
Distinctive education of this coast. Com- 
mencement address. University of Califor- 
nia, May, 1883. N. p. [1898.] 30 pp. = 

Victoria lyceum, Berlin. 
Denkschrift zum 25Jahrigen Bestehen, 1893. 
Berlin, 1893. = 3596.180 

[Verzeichnis der Vorlesungen und IJnter- 
richts-Kurse. Jahrg. 25.] 18^/3. Ber- 
lin, 1892. = 3596.181 
Waymire, James A. 
Utility of university education. Address 
[University of California]. [San Fran- 
cisco, 1898.] 12 pp. = 3596.178 
Wells, Joseph. 

Wadham college. London, 1898. 2499a. 17 
Wittstock, Friedrich Albert. 
Erziehungsaufgaben in unserer Zeit. Ham- 
burg, 1899. 31 pp. ♦5914.50.N.F.14 

Ethics. Life. Manners. 

Best-dressed man: a gossip on manners and 
modes. London, 1892. Illus. = 3589a.5 
Carter, Sarah Nelson. 

For pity's sake. Being reminiscences of a 

Suest at a country inn. Dedicated to my 
orse, my dog and mv cat. Boston. 
[1897.] Illus. = 4409a.222 

Moral discourses, translated by Elizabeth 
Carter. London, 1899. 2 v. Portrs. [The 
Temple classics.] 2979a. 119 

Friends, Society of. 
An appeal to professing Christians respect- 
ing the attitude of the church in regard to 
war. Phila., 1896. 8 pp. = 5577- 109 



Munger, Theodore Thornton. 
Character through inspiration, and other pa- 
pers. N. Y., 1897. 3589.170 

Success, and how to attain it. By Andrew 
Carnegie and others. N. Y. [1895.] 
Portrs. 3588.123 

The same matter appears in Union College prac- 
tical lectures ['4484. 123]. 

Religion. Theology. 

Adadourian, Haig, compilcn 

Proceedings of the i6oth anniversary cele- 
bration of the Second Congregational 
church in Plymouth (Manomet), Mass., 
held on Nov. 9, 1898. Plymouth. 1899. 
^ pp. Portrs. Map. = 4352.147 

Atterbury, Anson Greene Phelps. 
Islam in Africa. Its effects upon the people 
of the country. N. Y., 1899. 3499-128 

Bascom, John. 

The new theology. N. Y.. 1891. = 3458.200 
Bastian, Philipp Wilhelm Adolf. 
Inselgruppen in Oceanien. Berlin, 1883. 
Illus. 5486.26 

Treats almost wholly of the mythology of the 

Zur Kenntniss Hawaii's. Nachtra^e und 
Erganzungen zu den Inselgruppen m Oce- 
anien. Berlin, 1883. 3486.119 

Treats almost wholly of the mythology of the 

GBAmeHHUii KHHrH BcTxaro h Hobeto BaB'bTa. 
Blina, 1893. 2 imrts in i v. 3413.180 

The book of Joshua. A new English trans- 
tion, printed in colors, by W. H. Bennett. 
N. Y., 1899. ♦3410a. 1 10 

The book of the prophet Ezekiel. A new 
translation, by C. H. Toy. N. Y., 1899. 

♦3410a. 127 

The four Gospels: a new translation from 
the Greek text direct, with reference to 
the Vulgate and the ancient Syriac ver- 
sion. By Very Rev. F. A. Spencer, O. P. 
N. Y., 1898. Pis. 3418. 1 13 

"In preparmg this version of the Gospels, it has 
been the translator's aim throughout to make use 
of idiomatic English, so far as the character of 
the New Testament and the style of the original 
text permit. He has endeavored to represent Our 
Ix>rd and the apostles as speaking not in an 
antique style . . . substituting a modern phraseol- 
ogy for the stately English of the Shakespearean 
era." — Preface. 

Bibliothcca hagiographica Latina antiquae, et 
mediae aetatis. Ediderunt socii Bollandi- 
ani. Fasc. i. A — Caecilia. Bruxelles, 
1898. ♦2186.51 

Butler, Dugald. 
John Wesley and George Whitefield in Scot- 
land, or, the influence of the Oxford 
Methodists on the Scottish religion. Ed- 
inburgh, 1898. 555879 

Campbell, Robert F. 

Mission work among the mountain whites 
in Asheville presbytery. North Carolina. 
Asheville, 1899. 10 pp. = 5535-^ 

Drane, Augusta Theodosia. 
The history of St. Catherine of Siena, and 
her companions. 3d edition. N. Y., 1899. 
2 V. Illus. Portrs. 5553-67 

Fiske, John. 
Through nature to God. Boston, 1899. 

Flavel, Rev. John. 1627-1691. 
A pathetical and serious disswasive from 
the horrid and detestable sins of drunken- 
ness, swearing, undeanness, forgetfulness 
of mercies, violation of promises, and 
atheistical contempt of death. Applied by 
way of caution to sea-men. Boston, 1725. 

No. 2 in ♦7448.46 
Fuehrer, Alois Anton. 
Monograph on Buddha Sakyamuni's birth- 
olace in the Nepalese Tarai. Allahabad, 
1897. Pis. Maps. PArchaeological survey 
of India.] ♦5040.164 

Gaume, Jean Joseph. 
The catechism of perseverance; or, an ex- 
position of rdi^on. Tran^ated from the 
loth French edition. New edition. Dub- 
lin, 1892-96. 4 V. 3469.106 
Gilbert, George Holley. 
The student's life of Paul. N. Y