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Number 46 JULY, 1908 Vol. 5, No. 6 


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» EDITORIAL 


TITLE INDEX. TO THE vee OF HONORE DE BALZAC - - - - 102 
Y FREDERICKA B. GILLETTE. 


LITERARY ANNUALS a GIFT BOOKS: A Bibliogr: whe I, American, (Part Ill) 105 
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BIBLIOGRAPHY OF Brees Second Edition. Part VI. 
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Bulletin of Bibliography. 


TITLE INDEX TO THE WORKS OF HONORE DE BALZAC. 


By Fredericka B. Gillette, University of Michigan Library. 


PREFACE. 


This index is intended as an aid in finding the differ- 
ent works of Balzac from their various titles, without 
searching through many volumes. 

All the references have been placed under each title, 
thus avoiding the use of cross-references. The editions 
and translations which have been indexed, with the 
abbreviations used, are as follows:— 


D. Cuvres complétes (Edition définitive). 24 v. O. 
Paris. Lévy, 1869-79. 

C.L. CEuvres complétes. Nouvelle édition. 55 v. D. 
Paris. Calmann Lévy, 1867-91. 

L. Novels of Balzac. Library edition. Translated. 
Prefaces by G: Saintsbury. 32 v. O. Phila. Gebbie 
pub. co., 1897-1900. 

T. The comédie humaine. Temple edition. Trans- 
lated. Ed. byG: Saintsbury. 40 v.S. N.Y. Mac- 
millan, 1901. 

W. The works of Honoré de Balzac, translated by 
Katherine Prescott Wormeley. 20v ©. Athenzum 
club, N. Y., 1885-99. 

B-N. Comédie humaine. Translated. 42v.O. Wash- 
ington, D.C. The Neale company. (c. 1896, Barrie 
& Son.) 

As the divisions and names of the novels do not always 
correspond, a title from one set is sometimes applied to 
the middle of a novel of another set. Arbitrary volume 
numbers are used for the Library, Temple, and Barrie- 
Neale editions. 

The numbers of the Library edition may also be used 
for the “‘Centenary”’ edition issued by the Gebbie pub. 
co., 1899. 


: LIBRARY EDITION. 
. Béatrix. 


The celibates. 
a a Chouans. 
, e country parson. 
The deputy for Arcis. pt. I. 
The deputy for Arcis. pt? II. 
The seamy side of history. 
Eugénie Grandet. 
A woman of thirty. 
. A daughter of Eve. 
. A distinguished provincial at Paris. 
. César Birotteau. 
. The thirteen. 
. Lost illusions. 
5. The lily of the valley. 
j. The commission in lunacy. 
. A bachelor’s establishment. 
8. Modeste Mignon. 
. The muse of the department. 
. The poor parents. pt. I. Cousin Betty. 
- The poor parents. pt. II. Cousin Pons. 
. The peasantry. 
3. The wild ass’ skin. 
. Father Goriot. 
5. A prince of Bohemia. 
5. The quest of the absolute. 
. The jealousies of a country town. 
. Seraphita. 
. A harlot’s progress. pt. I. 
. A harlot’s progress. pt. II. 
. About Catherine de Medici. 
2. Ursule Mirouét. 


1 
2. 
3 
4 
5. 
6. 
Z 
8. 
9. 


TEMPLE EDITION. 
. Béatrix. 
The unknown masterpiece. 
. The Chouans. 
The unconscious mummers. 
. A marriage settlement. 
Cousin Betty. 
- Cousin Pons. 


NIA ORMOND 


. Pierrette and the Abbé Birotteau. 
. The country parson. 
. The member for Arcis. 
. A father’s curse. 
. The seamy side of history. 
. Eugénie Grandet. 
. A woman of thirty. 
. A daughter of Eve. 
. A distinguished provincial at Paris. 
. La grande Bretéche. 
. The rise and fall of César Birotteau. 
. The thirteen. 
. Lost illusions. 
. The lily of the valley. 
. The country doctor. 
. At the sign of the cat and racket. 
. A bachelor’s establishment. 
. The atheist’s mass. 
. Modeste Mignon. 
. Parisians in the country. 
. The peasantry. 
. The wild ass’ skin. 
. Old Goriot. 
. The middle classes. 
. The quest of the absolute. 
. The jealousies of a country town. 
. A princess’s secret. 
. Seraphita. 
. A harlot’s progress. pt. I, 
. A harlot’s progress. pt. II. 
38. Catherine de Medici. 
. A Gondreville mystery 
. Ursule Mirouét. ° 


BARRIE-NEALE EDITION. 


. A double family. 
. Albert Savarus. ; 
. Memoirs of two young wives. 
. A woman of thirty. 
. The marriage contract. 
. A start in life. 
. Modeste Mignon. 
. Béatrix. 
. Ursule Mirouét. 
. Eugénie Grandet. 
. Pierrette. 
. Rabouilleuse. 
. The old maid. 
. The lily of the valley. 
5. The two poets. 
3. A provincial great man in Paris. 
. The way that girls love. 
. The end of bad roads. 
. The civil service. 
. Ferragus, chief of the Dévorants. 
. The petty bourgeois. pt. I. 


The petty bourgeois. pt. II. 


. Old Goriot. 
. The grandeur and downfall of César Birotteau. 
. The house of Nucingen. 
. Cousin Bette. 
. Cousin Bette. 
. Cousin Pons. 
. Z. Marcas. 
. The deputy from Arcis. pt. I. 
. The deputy from Arcis. pt. II. 
32. The Chouans. 
3. A passion in the desert. 
. The country doctor. 
5, The village curé. 
. The peasants. 
. The magic skin. 
. The quest of the absolute. 
. Jesus Christ in Flanders. 
. Gambara. 





Vol.5 No.6 


July, 1908 Bulletin of Bibliography. 103 


INDEX. Ce qui disparait de Paris. D.21: 437-443. 

A combien ea? revient aux vieillards. D. 143- Les célibataires. D.5: 655-788, 6: 1-338; C.L.11-12; 
269; C. L. 18: 153-288; L.29: 168-317; T.36: i71- 322; L.2: 1-233, 17: 1-319; T.8: 1-238, 24; W.5: 1-337, 
W.9: 134- 939: B-N.17: 237-446. 6: 1-376; B-N.11-12 

The abbé Birotteau. D. 6: 1-66; C.L.11: 203-300; L.2: The celibates. D.5: 655-788, 6: 1-338; ’-L. 11-12; aa 
159-233 ; T.8:162-238; W. 9-337; B—-N.11: 231-338. 1-233; 17: 1-319; T.8: 1-238, 24; Ws : 1-337, 6: 1- 

About Catherine de } . D.16: 365-653; C.L.37; 376; B-N.11-12. 

L.31: 1-843; T.38; W.18: i 421. Le centenaire. C.L.49. 

Adieu. D.16: Pa C.L.36: 69-118; L.8: 310-358; César Birotteau. D.8: 321-593; C.L.22; L.12: 1-342; 
T.2: 197; W.17: 85-142. T.18; W.10: 1-401; B-N.2¢ 

Albert Savarus. D2 2: 155-260; C.L.2: 195-329; L.4: Lecharlatan. D.21: 45 
285-409; T.17: 181—  ; W.4: 1-179: B-N.2: 3-192. Une —- de dragons. 

Alchemist. D.15: 469 648; C.L.34: 1-229; L.26: 1-222; Le chef-d’ceuvre inconnu. -15: 30: 

T.32; W.17: 1-307; B—N.38. 344; L.26: 223-254; T.2 ; W.17: 

The alkahest: or, the house of Claes. Bg rac pg 648; La chiére nuictée “a amour. D. 19: 243- 352. 

C.L.34: 1-229; L.26: 1-222; T.32; W.17: 1-307; B-N. 18. 

38. La Chine et les Chinois. D.22: 327-360. 

L’amour. D.20: 531-536. The Chouans. D.12: 1-310; C ‘L.29: 1 -362; L.3: 1-866; 

Les amours de deux bétes offerts en exemple aux gens T.3; W.16: 1-383; B-N.32. 
d’esprit. D.21: 661-687. Christ in Flanders. D.15: 243+259; C.L.34: 281-252: 

Another study of woman. D.4: 525-583; C.L.2: 121- L.26: 255-275; T.2: 33-— ; W.19: 203-227; B-N.39: 5- 
193; L.15: 304-370; T.17: 12— ; W.12: 287-348, 2: 221— 30. 

253; B-N.1: 197-293. The civil service. D.11: 65-278; C.L.23: 129-360; 1.19: 
L’apostrophe. D.19: 153-162; B—N.41: 221-246. 195-450; T.34: 70-332; W.11: 1-333; B-—N.19: 1-357. 
L’archevéque. D.20: 291 225. : Le claqueur. D.21: 263-266. 

Argow le pirate. C.L.52. Code des gens honnétes. D.21: 1-111. 

At the sign of the cat and racket. D.1: 17-71; C.L.1:1-— Code littéraire. D.22: 285-298. 

78; L.7: 229-290; T.23: 1-78; W.2: 1- 91. La colique. D.21: 473-476. 

The atheist’s mass. D.4: 309-325; C.L.8: —198; L.16: The collection of antiquities. D.7: 1-1: 
366-384; T.25: 1-20; W.2: 193- 219; 311-340. 339; L.27: 153-312; T.33: 161-330; W. 

L’auberge rouge. D.16: 247- 36:1 216; L.26: 13: 221-445. 

331-372; T.2: 291— ; W.17: é : Colonel Chabert. D.4: 245-308; C.L.8: 95-175; L.2: 235- 
Autre étude de femme. D. 4: 3; C.L.2: 121-193; 306; T.25: 109-181; W.2: 93-192. 

L.15: 304-370; T.17: 12— ; W.1% 2: 28 348, 2: 221-253; La comédie du diable. D.20: 185-219. 

B-N.1: 197-293. Les comédiens sans le savoir. D.11: 279-336; C.L.19: 
Aventures administratives d’une idée heureuse. D.20: 248-320; ; 339- 406; T.4: 1-70; W.12: 189-284; 

339-350. B-N.25: : 

A bachelor’s establishment. D.6: 67-338; C.L.12; L.17: Comedies ol syed gratis. D.11: 55-64; C.L.19: 235-247; 
1-319; T.24; W.6: 1 376; B-N.12. L.14: 378-389; T.4: 136—- 148; W.12: 351-368; B-N. 19: 

Le bal de Sceaux. D.1: 73-128; C.L.1: 79-140; L.2s8: 415-433. 

275-338: T.23: 79-142: W. 4: 264-33 Comment aiment les filles. D.9: 1-143; C.L.18: 1-152; 

salzac, Honoré de—Bibliogr: iphy. ,.25: 367-372; T.29: 29: 1-167; T.36: 1-170; W.9: 1-133; B-N.17: 3-234. 
pref. pp. 50— ; W.20: 351-374, 338 Comment feut basty le chasteau d’Azay. D.19: 205-219; 

ms ic, Honoré de— Biography. W. 20: ~349. B-N.41: 297-318. 
ara Honoré de—Centenary. 1899 (address by M. Comment la belle fille de Portillon quinaulda son iuge. 

Bruneti¢re) W. 20: pref. pp. 9-28. D.19: 417-423; B—N.42: 259-268. 

Balzac, Honoré de—Criticism. L.23: pref. pp. 13-39; Un commis voyageur de la liberté. D.21: 527-529. 
T.29: 1- ; W.20: 374-389. The commission in lunacy. D.4: 327-398; C.L.8: 199- 

Balzac, Honoré de—Personal opinions. W.20: 1-332. 292; L.16: 283-365; T.25: 182-266; W.4: 157-260. 

Le banquier. D.21: 259-261. Complaintes satiriques sur les moeurs du temps présent. 

Béatrix. D.3: 157-461; C.L.7; L.1: 1-356; T.1; & x D.20: 448-453. 

1-437; B-N.8 Concerning a provost who did not remember things. 
La belle impéria. D.19: 5-18; B—N. 41: 7-28. D.19: 335-364; B—N.42: 167-182. 

La belle impéria mariée. D.19: 461-479; N.42: 3: La confidence des Ruggieri. _D. 16: 571-653; C.L.37: 
serthe la repentie. D.19: 385-415; N.42: 213-258. 24-323; L.31: 245-324; T.38: 250-331; W.18: 306-401. 
serthe the penitent.. D.19: 385-415; B—-N.42: 213-258. La connestable. D.19: 103- 118; B-N.41: 151-174. 

Le bibliophile Jacob. D.22: 161-164. The conse 7 D. 16: 199-214; C.L. 36: 119-137; L.3: 

Les bons proupos des religieuses de Poissy. D.19: 191 367-385; T.2: 248— ; W.17: 225-— 

204; B—-N H1: 275 296. Conseil des ministres. D.23: 

La bourse. : 331 360; C.L.1: 73: .1: 357 Un conspirateur modern. D.23: 2 
391; T.23: 143 - W.2: 255-302. Constable’s wife. D.19: 103-118; y 

Bret: <a} in 1799. .12: 1-310; C.L.29: 1-362; L.3: 1- Les contes drolatiques. D.19; C.L.41 _43: ‘BL N.A1-42. 

366; ; W.16: 1-383; N.: 3. Contes et nouvelles. D.20: 3-435. 

Brillat S; wvarin. 22: : Le contrat de m: - age: D.4: 399-524; C.L.5: 1-140; 

Brother-in-arms. 1.19: 1 27 141: B-N.41: 185-206. ]..27: 313-459; T.! -155; W.4: 1-179; B-N.5: 1-223. 

The brotherhood of consolation. D.12: = 763; C.L.27: Le cornac de C oN Ste D.20: 271-273. 

1-274; L.7: 1-228; T.12: 1-233; W.16: 1-329; B-N. Correspondance. D.24,. 

29: 45-368. The costly night of love. D.19: 243-252; B—N.42: 3-18. 

sureaucracy D.11: 65-278; C 23: 129 360; 219: The country doctor. D.13: 443-663; C.L.30; L.16: 1- 

195-450; 7.34: 70-332; W.11: : 357. 281; T.22; W.13: 1-304. B-N.34. 

Le cabinet des antiques, 1.7: 1-132; 2.14: 167-339; The country parson. D.14: 1-232; C.L.31; L.4: 1-284; 
1..27: 1538-312; T.33: 161-330; 5: S4; N.13: T.9; W.14: 1-346; B-N.35. 

221-445 La cour des messageries royales. D.21: 289-242. 

The Calvinist martyr. D.16: 402-571; C.L.37: 1— : Cousin Betty. D.10: 2-405; C.L.24; L.20-21: 1-90; T.6; 
L.31: 46-244; T.38: 47-249; W.18: 1-305. W.11: 1-557; B-N.26-27: 1-265. 

‘at and battledor D.1: 17-71; C.L.1: ' on82 2H Le cousin Pons. 1.10: 406-691; C.L.25; L.21: 91-426; 

200; T.23: 16-78; W.2: 1-91. T.7; W.12: 1-426; B-N.28. 

— oe de’ ry i. 0.16: 365-653; C.L.37; L.31: La cousine Bette. D.10: 2-405; C.L.24; L.20-21: 1-90 

545 ; W.18: 421. T.6; W.11: 1-557; B-N.26-27: 1-265. 


32; C.L.14: 167- 
5: 1-184; B-N. 








104 Bulletin of Bibliography. 


Croquis. D.23: 279-280. 

Croquis et fantaisies. D.21: 457-690. 

Le curé d’Azay-le-Rideau. D.19, 143-151; B-N.41: 
207-220. 

Le curé de Tours. D.6: 1-66; C.L.11: 203-300; L.2: 159- 
233; T.8: 162-238; W.5: 229-337; B—N.11: 231-338. 
Le curé de village. D.14: 1-232; C.L.31; L.4: 1-284; 

T.9; W.14: 1-346; B-N.35. 
The curé of Azay-le-Rideau. D.19: 143-151; B—N.41: 207- 


220. 








Cy est démonstré que la fortune est tousiours femelle 
D.19: 425-440; B—N.42: 269-292. 

The danger of beingtooinnocent. D.19: 233-242; B-N 
41: 337- 

Le dangier d’estre trop cocquebin. D.19: 233-242; B-N 
41; 337 

A dark affair. D.12: 345-539; C.L.26: 1-285; L.25: 42- 
275: T.39: 1-239; W.15: 1-3 a 

A daughter of Eve. D.2: 517-627; 3: 225-346; L.10: 

2-135; T.15: 1-141: Ww 4: 1-153; B-N.2: 193-395 

D’un pantalon de poil de chévre et de 1’étoile de Sirius 
D.21: 539-541 

D’ung justiciard qui ne se remembroyt les chouses 
D.19: 355-364; B—-N.42: 167-182 

D’ung paouvre qui avoyt nom le Vieulx-par-chemins. 
D.19: 441. -449; B-N.42: 293-306. 

De ce qui n’est pas 4 la mode. D.20: 527-530 

De l’indifférence en matiére politique. D.23: 237-259 

De la mnémotechnie. D.20: 537-540 

De la mode en littérature. D.22: 175-182. 

De la vie de chateau. D.21: 465-469. 

Un début dans la vie. D.2 i 153; C.L Ay pier bi; 6.8: 
209-389; T.5: 156-340; W.3: oe: B- N. 6: 1-250 

Un dejeuner sous le pont-royal. D.21: - 545 ) 

Le départ. D.23: 323-327. 

Départ d’une diligence. D.21 

Un député d’alors. D.23: 225-227 

Le député d’Arcis. D.13: 1-441; C.L.28; L.5-6: 1-47 
T.10; W.15: 1-482; B-N.30-31. 

The « leputy for — D.13: 1-441; C.L.28; L.5-6: 1-47 
T.10; W.15: 1-482; B-N.30-31. 

La derniére fée. C.L.50. 

La derniére incarnation de Vautrin. D.9: 371-506 
C.L.19: 1-170; L.30: 1-168; T.37: 122-280; W.10: 1- 
222; B—-N.18: 169-394. 

Des artistes. D.21: 143-156. 

Des caricatures. D 21: 491-492 














97 7-578. 











Des mots 4 la mode D 22: 167-174 

Des salons littéraires et des mots élogieux. D.22: 189- 
196 

Des signes particuliers appliqués 4 des figures générales 


D.20: 541-542. 


The deserted mistress. D.3: 39-79; C.L.4: 189-232; L.32 
250-328 ; 7.14: 213-262; W.1: 355-412; B-N.4: 297 


367 


367. 
The deserted woman. D.3: 39-79; C.L.4: 189-232; L.32: 
280-328; T.14: 213-262; W.1: 355-41 
367. 
Désespérance d’amour. D.19:319-325; B—N.42: 117-138. 
Despair in love. D.19: 319-325; B—N.42: 117-138. 
Détails inédits sur la nomination d’un préfet de police 
D.23: 317-321 


Deux destinées d’hommes. D.20: 295-298. 





Les deux dragons. D.20: 249-253 : 

Les deux poeétes D.7: 133 264; C.L.16: 1-158; L.14: 
1-161; T.20: 1-165; W.7: 1-178; B-N.15: 1-230. 

Deux rencontres en un an 1).24: 299-301 

Les deux réve D.16: 639-653; C.L.37: 324-341; L.31: 
325 343; 7.38: 332-350; W.18: 402-421 

Devil's heir. D.19: 69-85; B-—N.41: 101-126 


Le dimanche. D.21: 247-249. 





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Dires incongrus de trois pélerins. D.19:451-459; B-N. 
42: 307-316. 

A distinguished provincial at Paris. D.7: 264-556; 
— 16: 158-375, 17: 1-133; L.11: 1-359; T.16; W.8: 

—426; B-—N.15: 231-359, 16. 

mys C.L.54. 

Le déme des invalides. D.20: 289-293. 

Don Pedro II. D.23: 283-284. 

Une double famille. D.2: 329-397; C.L.1: 271-343;L.3 
277-350; T.5: 341 ~419; W.4: 183-279; B-N.1: 1-114 

A double life. D.2: 329-397; C.L.1: 271-343; I 
277-350; T.5: 341- 419: W.4: 183-279; B-N.1: 1-1 

A drama on the ae D.16: 227-246; C.L.36: 153 
175; L.8: 359-382; T.2: 267— ; W.17: 145-171. 

Un drame au bord de la mer. D.16: 227-246; C.L.36: 
153-175; L.8: 359-382; T.2: 267-— ; W.17: 145-171. 

Du droit d’ainesse. D.23: 1-13. 

La duc hesse de Langeais. D.8: 117-249; ©.1,.20: 3 
271; L.13: 139-297; T.19: 144-308; W.9: 185-372; B- 
20: 193-422 

Echantillon de causerie Francaise. D.20: 299-329. 

The elixir of life. D 16: 283-305; C.L.36: 217-243; 
286-313; T.2: 334-— ; W.17: 271-300; B-N.39: 10% 

L’élixir de longue vie. D.16: 283-305; C.L.36: 2 
L.23: 286-313; T.2: 334- ; W.17: 271-300; 











105-139. 
L’embarras du choix. D.21: 569-571. 
L’embuscade. D.20: 275-277. 

Les employés. D.11: ~~ ie : 129-360; L.19: 
195-450; T.34: 70-332; W.1 -333; B-N.19: 357. 
The end of bad roads. D9: * a0. 371; "CE.18: 289 396; 
L.29:318- ; T.37: 1-121; WwW 9:- 233-367; B.N.18:3- 


166 

The end of evil ways D.9: 270-371; C.L.18: 289-596; 
L.29: 318— ; 7.37: 1-121; W.9: 233-367; B-N.18: 3 
166. 

L’enfant maudit. D.16: 1-97; C.L.35: 1-116; L.30: 
169-276; T.11: 1-112; W.17: 303-431. 

Enqueéte sur la politique des deux ministéres. D.28: 
241-274. 

Un entr’acte. D.21: 471-472. 

Entre-filets. D.21: 509-512. 


L’envers de l'histoire contemporaine. D.12: by 763; 
C.L.27: 1-274; L.7: 1-228; T.12: 1-233; W. 329; 
3-N .29: 45-368 





L’épicier. D.21: 201-2¢ 
L’épicier. D.21: 267-277. 
the reign of terror. D.12: 
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An episod e of 327-344; 
C.L.26: 287-312; L.7: 371-390; T.39: 240-260; W.15: 
341-364; B-N.33: 25-55. 

Un episode sous la terreur. D.12: 327-344; C.L.26: 

1 


287-312; L.7: 37 
B-N.33: 25-55. 
Essais analytiques 
Essais et mélanges 


390: 7.39: 240-260; W.15: 341-364; 





Esther happy. D 9: : 1-152; L.20: 1-167 
T.36: 1-170; W.9: N.17: 3-234. 

Esther heureuse. De: "et >.L.18: 1-15 L.29: 1 
167; T.36: 1-170; W.9: 133; B-N.17: 3-234. 

Etude de femme. D.2: 157 466; C.L.2: 109-120; L.23: 
314-324; T.17: 1 ; W.3: 383-398; B N. 1: 177-195. 


Etude de mceurs par les gants. D.20: 437-441. 

Etudes critiques publiées dans la caricature. D.22: 
197-209. 

Etudes critiques publiées dans la chronique de Pari 
D.22: 243-274 

Etudes critiques publiées dans le feuilleton des journaux 
politiques. D.22: 23-142. 

Etudes de philosophie morale sur les habitants du Jardin 
des Plantes. 0.21: 221-224. 

Etudes historiques et politiques. D.23. 


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Bulletin of Bibliography. 105 


LITERARY ANNUALS AND GIFT BOOKS, AMERICAN AND ENGLISH: 
A BIBLIOGRAPHY. 
By FREDERICK WINTHROP FAXON, B. A. 
PART III. 


I. AMERICAN (continued). 

Christian parlor book. Devoted to science, literature 
and religion. New York, George Pratt, 1851. iv, 
358 p., 25 pl., 92 x 64. N.Y. (138) 

, 1852. * (139) 

Christian souvenir, The, an offering for Christmas and 
the New Year, ed. by Isaac F. Shepard. [v. 1.] 
Boston, Henry B. Williams, 1843, c. 1842. 304 p., 


6 pl., 63 x 4}. N.Y. EC. UW. (140) 
This was also issued with 1844 on the bac k of cover, 
otherwise identical. MH... Bila Bom. (Tat) 
- , ed. by Rev. H. D. Moore. v. 1, Philadelphia, 


F. C. Wilson, 1847, 384 p., pl.,8 x 5}. (142) 
Really a magazine. See “Christian wreath.” 
— — and missionary annual for 1861. Auburn 
[N. Y.], Derby & Miller, 1851. ny 372 p., [7 pl.,] 
74 x 43. N.¥5 8.2. (143) 
Illum. t. reads ‘‘Christian souvenir and missionary 
memorial.” 
——, an illustrated annual, New York, 1858. 
* (144) 
Christian wreath. Philadelphia, 1847. [vol. 1.] 
ee 
Really a monthly periodical 
Christian year, The, or thoughts in verse for the Sun- 
days and holydays throughout the year. 38d Amer. 
ed. Philade Aphi: i, Lee & Blanchard, 1842, c. 1834, 
xvi, 17-320 p., 64 x 4}. L.C. (145 


Christian’s annual, The, a miscellany for 1846. Phila- 
delphia, Henry F. Anners, 1846, 288 p.,9 pl., 6x 4. 
L.C., B.P.,C.U. (146) 
Christian’s gift, The, ed. by Rufus W. Clark. Boston, 
John P. Jewett & Co., 1857, c. 1856. vi p., 11., 9-308 
p., 7 pl., 84 x 5}. N.Y. (vez) 
Christmas blossoms and New Year's wreath for 1847. 
[v. 1.] Boston, Phillips & Sampson, 1847, c. 1846. 
iv p., 21., 7-168 p., 6 pl., 7 x 5}. 
B.P., L.C., U.W. (148) 
- and New Year's wreath for 1848, by Uncle 
Thomas. [v. 2.] Boston, Phillips & Sampson, 1848, 
c. 1847. 3 p.1., 17-168 p., 6 pl., 7 x 5. 
L.C., B.A. (149) 
Phillips & Sampson continued their eae by issuing in 
1849 “Christmas roses,” Boston, while “‘Christmas 
blossoms" was taken over by a Philadelphia publisher 
for 1849. 
, and New Year’s wreath for 1849, by Uncle 
Thomas.  [v. 3.] Philadelphia, E. H. Butler & Co., 
1849, c. 1848. 3 p.1., 17-176 p., 6 pl., 7x 5. 
P.M. (150) 
, and New Year's wreath for 1855, by Uncle 
Thomas. [v.4.] Philadelphia, E. H. Butler & Co., 
1850, c.1849, 3 p.1., 17-176 p., 6 pl., 7 x 4}. 
Rw. tiSt) 
and New Year's wreath for 1851, by Uncle 
Thomas.  [v. 5.] Philadelphia, E. H. Butler & Co., 
1851, c.1850, 3 p.1., 17-256 p., 6 pl., 7 x 5. 
N.Y., L.C., B.A., U.W. (152) 
, and New Year’s wreath for 1852, by Uncle 
Thomas. [v. 6.] Philadelphia, E. H. Butler & Co., 
1852, c. 1851. xiv p., 11., 17-256 p., 6 pl., 7 x 54. 
L.C., U.W. (153) 
, and New Year's wreath for 1864. Philadel- 
phia, E. H. Butler & Co., 1854, c. 1853. _ xiii—xiv p., 


11., 17-256 p., 6 pl., 6% x 5}. L.C.,N.¥. (154) 
Christmas garland, a miscellany of verses, stories and 
essays. Chicago, H.S. Stone & Co., 1901. (155) 


Christmas roses and New Year’s gift for 1849. Boston, 
Phillips & Sampson, 1849, c. 1848. 3 p. 1., 17-180 
p... 6 pl. 7x Ss. H.U., B.A. (156) 
Follows v. 2 of “Christmas blossoms,”’ 1848, as that 
series had been taken over by a Phila. publisher. 

and New Year’s gift, a present for young 
people. Boston, Phillips & Sampson, n. d., c. 1848. 
3 p. 1., 17-180 p., 3 pl., 7 x 54. C.U. (157) 
“A second edition [of 1849] from same plates, with 
a slight change in title, and lessening somewhat the 
number of engravings,’’ advertisement. 

Christmas tales. Boston, Munroe & Francis, n. d. 
288 p., 54 x 34. N.Y. (158) 
Made up from articles destined for ‘‘Forget me not,”’ 
but crowded out. 

Christmas tribute, The, and New Year’s gift, a souvenir 
for 1851. Philadelphia, E. H. Butler & Co., 1851, 
c. 1850. 3 p.1., 13-329 p., 9 e , 74x 44. 

N. B. P., UW. (58) 





Also issued without date. 

Christmastide. Boston, 1878. * (160) 

Churchman’s annual. Title on back of ‘Christian 
offering,’’ 1839. 

Cloud crystals, a snow flake album collected and edited by 
alady. New York, Appleton & Co., 1864, c. 1863. 
158 p., 28 pl. and illum. t., 10 x 74. 

L.C., B.A., U.W. (161) 
Also issued with date, 1865; and reprinted in 1883. 

Comic annual. Title on back of ‘‘American comic an- 
nual,” 1831. 

Companion and token. 
companion,” 

Coral, The, a gift for all seasons, illus. with 8 beautiful 
steel engravings, ed. by Henry W. Herbert. New 
York, Cornish, Lamport & Co. n. d. v, 9-300 p., 
8 pl. 74x43. “The magnolia. ‘Not in the au- 

‘ tumn.’”’ N.Y. (162) 
Some copies have 1851 on back of cover. P.M. 
This is ‘Magnolia,’ ’ 1836, with changed plates. See also 
“Aloe,” 1854, ‘Friendship’ s token,” a Be n. d., “Gift 
of affection,’’ n. d., ‘‘Morning Glory,’’ n. d., “Memory,” 
c. 1854, “Snow flake,” n. d. 

Coronal, The, and young lady’s remembrancer, ed. by 
Rev. Frederic Janes. New York, James H. Pratt & 
Co., 1853, c. 1852. vi p., 1 1., 9-384 p., 10 pl., 8} x 53. 

B.A., P.M. (163) 

Coronet, The, or choice gems for the home circle. Phila- 
delphia, J. B. Lippincott & Co., n.d. viii, 9-304 p., 
10 pl., 9 x 6}. “Blanche Evelyn.” = (164) 

Crystal fount, The, for all seasons, ed. by T. Arthur. 
New York, Cornish, Lamport & Co., - d. [circa 
1854.] viii, 9-320 p., 10 pl., 7} x 54. “The fountain.” 

U.W. (165) 

Crystal gem, The, John S. Adams, ed. Boston, J. 
Buffum, ¢c. 1853. 96 p.,3 x 2. ‘‘Water.”’ L.C. (166) 

Dahlia, The, a memorial of affection for 1842, ed. by a 
lady. New York, James P. Giffing, c. 1841. 180 p., 
6 pl, 6x 3}. F. (167) 

Dew drop, The, a tribute of affection, for 1852. [v.1.] 
Philadelphia, Lippincott, Grambo & Co., 1852, c. 
1851. xp., 11., 13-316 p., 9 pl., 74 x 44. 

B.P. (168) 

——, a tribute of affection for 1853. Philadelphia, 
Lippincott, Grambo & Co., 1858, c. 1852. x p., L1., 
13-328 p., 8 pl., 7} x 4}. N.Y., B.A. (169) 

— —. Title on cover of ‘‘Dew-drops of the nine- 
teenth century,” 1854. 


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106 Bulletin of Bibliography. 


Dew-drops of the nineteenth century, gathered and pre- 
sented in their brightness and purity by Seba Smith. 
Floral department by John B. eet an. New York, 
J. K. Wellman, 1846-7, c. 1845. viii,9-216 p., [8 col. 
pl. of flowers,] 74 x 44. -B.A. (170) 

This was reissued as “Gift of friendship,” for 1848, 
N. Y., with 6 steel plates, but no flower plates, though 
floral department is present. Also reissued as “‘Keep- 
sake,”’ 1848. 

Also issued without “The floral department,” and with- 
out plates, N. Y., 1846, c. 1845, 203 p. 

—— ——. gathered and preserved in their brightness 
and purity by Seba Smith. Floral department by 
John B. Newman. New York, Lamport, Blakeman 
& Law, 1854. viii, 9-216 p., 5 steel pl. and col. 
t., 7} x 4}. B.P.. (171) 
This is sam e as 1846-7, except by different publisher 
and having 5 pl. added, and the col. flower pl. omitted. 
Back of cover reads, “Dew drop.’ 

a “Gift of friendship,”’ N. Y., 1848, ‘‘Keepsake,”’ 


Diadem, The, for 1845, a present for all seasons, with 

a engravings. [v. 1.] Philadelphia, Carey & 

art, 1845. 2 p.1.,9-100 p., [11 -g and engr. t.,] 

11 x 82. N.., Bs. 972) 

, for 1846, a present for all seasons, with ten 

engravings. [v. 2.] Philadelphia, Carey & Hart, 
1846, c. 1845. 96 p., 10 pl., 102 x 84. 

B.P., P.M. (173) 

, for 1847, a present for all seasons, with ten 

engravings. [v. 3.] Philadelphia, Carey & Hart, 
1847, c. 1846. 100 p., [10 pl.,] 10% : 9. 











, B.A. (174) 

—- —,a souvenir for the otitis room and parlor 
and gift book for all seasons, illustrated with twelve 
steel engravings by first artists, ed. by Emily Perci- 
val. Boston, Phillips, Sampson & Co., n. d., ¢. 
1853. 4 p.1., 11-288 p., 12 pl., 93 . ~~ 

N.Y., B.P. (175) 
Also issued without date or c. date H.U. 

—— ——,, a souvenir for the drz — room and parlor, 
and gift book for all seasons, ed. by Emily Percival. 
New York, W. H. Appleton, n.d. 4 p.1., 11-288 p., 
[10 pl. and illum. t.,] 84 x 64. N.Y. (176) 
This is identical with 1853, except smaller size, and 
omitting 2 pl. and adding illum. t 
Also issued by Leavitt & Allen, New York,n.d. 3p.lL., 
11-288 p., [12 pl.,.] 9% x 7%. . 

Dial of love, The, a Christmas book for the young, by 
Mary Howitt, illustrated. Philadelphia, Lindsay & 
Blakiston, 1857. 4 p.1., 13-189 p., 9 pl., 7 x 4. 

F (177) 

Probably American reprint of English magazine of this 
name 

Domestic and religious offering. Sub-title and title on 
back of cover of ‘‘Fireside poetical readings,”’ 1843. 

Drawing-room annual, The, a present for all seasons. 
Philadelphia, Lindsay & Blakiston, n. d. [1843]. 
vi p., 11., 9-64 p., 15 pl., 8h x 8h. “Ella.” 

L.C. (178) 

Drawing room scrap-book, The, with twenty illustra- 
tions, ed. by Amelia W. Lawrence. Philadelphia, 


Carey & Hart, 1850, c. 1850. 102p., [20 pl.,] 
104 x 8} N.Y. (179) 
Drops from Flora’s cup, or the poetry . flowers. Bos- 
ton, G. W. Cottrell & Co., c. 1845. , 11-160 p , col. 
front., col. t., 5} x 34. L.C. (180) 





Also is yy Oliver ig Perkins, Boston, 1846, c. 1845, 
otherwise identical except col. front. is different, and 
size 444 x 2% 

Eclectic gift-book, The, for the holidays, 1859-60. New 
York, W. H. Bidwell, 1859-60. 1-12, 1-284 

pe (181) 

This is “Electic magazine,”’ v. 48, 1859 with 6 p. 1 
{p. 1-12], and 5 pl. inserted at beginning 

Educational annual. Title on back of “Annual of the 
board of education of the general assembly of the 
Presbyterian church in the United States.” 





El Aguinaldo. See note under “Atlantic souvenir,’’ 1828 

Emblem, The, a gift for all seasons, with new and ite: 
gant illustrations. New York, Leavitt & Allen, n. d. 
[1856 or after]. viii, 9-263 p., 6 pl., 74 x 49. 

P. M., B.A. (182) 

Emerald, The, a collection of graphic and entertaining 

tales, brilliant poems and essays gleaned chiefly gp 

ore literature of the nineteenth century, ed. by 
Epes Sargent. Boston, John L. Shorey, 1866. vi, 
3-316 p., 6} x 4f. P.M. (183) 
The ‘‘Gem’ ‘ series began with this and pub. announce 
it will be followed by Sapphire, Amethyst, Topaz, Dia- 
mond, etc. 

Evergreen, The, a Christmas, New Year and birthday gift. 
New York, Leavitt & Allen, n.d. [circa’'1858]. 4 p.1., 
252 p., 6 pl., 74 x 5. N.Y., B.A., U.W. (184) 

Philadelphia, American Sunday School 

Union, 1837. vip., 11., 9-159 p., 8 2. 58 x AZ. 

P.M., U.W. (185) 

, or church offering for all seasons, ed. by Joseph 

Salkeld. New Haven, 1844. 380 p., illus. U.W. (185a) 

Really a monthly magazine. 

, for 1847, a present for all seasons, embellished 

with ten elegant steel engravings. Philadelphia, 

Carey & Hart, 1847, c. 1846. xii, 13-300 p., 10 pl., 

94x 6. N.Y., B.A. (186) 

, or gems of literature for 7 ed. by Rev. 
Edward A. Rice. New York, J. ¢ . Burdick, 1850. 
iv, 7-308 p., 12 pl.,[8pl.,] 8% x 5h. N.Y. (186a) 

A magazine. Plates vary from list. 

Excelsior annual, The, or pupils’ gift for 1849, ed. 
Edward B. Fellows. New 
1848. xii, 13-264 p., 10 pl., 64 x 44. 

N.Y., L.C., U.W. (187) 
All written by pupils in New York City. 

Fables of Flora, ed. by Miss S. C. Edgarton. Lowell. 
Powers & Bagley, c. 1844. iv, 5-144 p., col. front., 
4§ x 23. L.C. (188) 

Family circle and parlor annual, N.Y. vols. 1-14, 
1843-1856, ed. by Rev. D. Newell, and later by Mrs. 
D. Newell. Really was a magazine, aes: 4 circle.” 

B.P 


another of its annual titles, and 











See ‘Parlor annual,’ 
‘Youth's parlor annuz tal 

Fireside poetical readings, . designed as a domestic 
and religious offering. Collected and pub. by Dexter 
S. King. Boston, 1843, c. 1842. ii, 3-313 p.,[1 pl., ] 
74x43. In two parts. Part I, Domestic offering; 
Part II., Religious offering. B.P.,C.U. (189) 
Back of book reads ‘‘Domestic and religious offering.” 

Flora and Thalia, or ge - of flowers and porter, by a 
lady. Philadelphia, Carey, Lea & Blanchard, 1836. 
7-240 p., many col. pl. of flowers,54 x 34. F. (190). 
Back of book reads, ‘‘Book of flowers.” 

Floral keepsake, The, with 30 engravings elegantly col- 
ored from nature, ed. by John Keese. New York, 
Leavitt & Allen, n. d. (1853, 54, or 55). 112 p., 
30 pl., 10x 7%. L.C., U.W. (191) 
Same as 1850, but with less plates. Also reissued n.d. 
[1856, oralittle later], Leavitt & Allen, New York. F 

— —, for 1850, with 46 colored engravings, ed. by 
John Keese. New York, Leavitt & Co., 1850. 112 
p-, 46 pl., 94 x 7h. F. -(192) 

Floral offering, The, a token of friendship, ed. by Frances 
S. Osgood. Philadelphia, Carey & Hart, 1847, c. 
1846. 1p. 1, signatures 3-32 [each 4 * }, ie - 84. 

A. (193) 

— —,a token of affection and esteem . . . by Henri- 
etta Dumont. Philadelphia, H.C. Peck & Theo. Bliss, 
1853, ¢. 1851. 300 p., (i col. pl. of flowers ]. 

C.U. (194) 
Also an ed. identical except imprint, Theodore Bliss & 
Co., 1863, c. 1851 C.U 

Floral wreath, The, an offering of friendship, John §, 

Adams, ed soston, J. Buffum, c.1861. 96 p., 3x 2. 
LC. (105 


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Ploral wreath and treasury of entertaining and useful 
knowledge. v. 1, 1848, New York, ed. and pub. by 
Rev. D. Newell. 

Really a magazine. 

Floral year, The, by Mrs. Anna Peyre Dinnies. Boston, 
Benj. B. Mussey, 1847, c. 1845. xii, 13-265, 12 pl., 
72 x 52. U.W. (196) 

Flora’s album, ed. by John S. Adams. New York, 
Leavitt, Trow & Co:, 1848. 128p.,col. front. 32mo. 

Lc. (197) 

Flora’s gem, or the bouquet for all seasons, ed. by A. A. 
Phillips. New York, Nafis, Cornish & Co., [circa 
1848 }. viii, 103 p., 10 pl., 9% x 7%. * (198) 

Flora’s interpreter. Boston, 1832 [ 7]. * (199) 
This was republished in London as ‘Book of flowers,” 
without permission 

—— —— and fortuna‘flora, by Mrs. Sarah Josepha Hale. 
Boston, Sanborn, Carter, Bazin & Co., ¢. 1848. x p., 
1 1., 13-288 p., 4 pl., 74 x 4}. U.W. (199a) 
A new edition of ‘Flora’s interpreter’? published 16 
years befo:e, with ‘Fortuna flora’ added. 

Flora’s lexicon, an interpretation of the language of 
flowers with an outline of botany and a poetical in- 
troduction by Catharine H. Waterman. Boston, 
Phillips, Sampson & Co., 1857, c. 1839. 252 p., 4 pl., 
74 x 4}. F. (200) 

Flower garden, The, or chapters on flowers, a sequel to 
“Floral biography,’ by Charlotte Elizabeth. New 
York, M. W. Dodd, 1840, iv, 5-330 p., engr. t., 
74 x 44. F. (201) 


Bulletin of Bibliography. 4107 


Flower vase, The, containing the language of flowers and 
their poetic sentiments. Lowell, Powers & Bagley, 
1844, c. 1843. iv p., 11., 7-157 p., col. front., 4$ x 2%. 

U.W. (202) 


The same was issued in 1848, Lowell, c. 1843, by Merrill 


& Heywood. ; 
Floweret, The, a gift of love, by Miss A. M. Wells. Bos- 
ton, T. H. Carter & Co. * (203) 


Flowers of literature and ladies’ keepsake, a selection 
from some of the best authors of England, Scotland, 
Swisserland [sic] and America, by a lady of Rhode 
Island. Providence, Albert C. Greene, 1850, c. 1850. 
142 p., 7x 44. N.Y. (204) 

Flowers of loveliness, a token of remembrance for 1852. 
Philadelphia, Henry F. Anners,c. 1851. 288 p.,9 pl., 
94 x 64. L.C. (205) 

Forget-me-not, or the philipena, Lowell,n.d. * (206) 
Same as 1847. i 

——,a Christmas, New Year and birthday gift. 
New York, Leavitt & Allen, n.d. 2 p.1., 7-260 p., 
(6 pl.,] 7} x 5}. ‘The prior of St. Michael.” 

C.U., P.M., U.W. (207) 
This is ‘‘Pearl,’’ Phila. 1853, with p. 261-70 omitted and 
variation in plates. 
There is also an ed. pub. by Geo. A. Leavitt, n. d. [circa 
1869]. Also issued as ‘‘Passion flower,” c. 1854, ‘‘Pearl 
Gift,” n. d., and “‘Philopoena,’’ n. d. 

Forget me not, The, a gift for all seasons. New York. 
ey & Cornish, n. d. [circa 1845]. vi, 7-232 p,, 
9 pl.,J5§ x 33. ‘‘The young Tyrolese.”’ 

' ’ ' adi H.U., U.W. (208) 
This is ‘The lily,’’ 1831, with pl. changed, otherwise the 
fame throughout. Even the preface speaks of it as 

ly. 





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A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ARTICLES RELATING TO HOLIDAYS.* 


By ROBERT MORRILL McCURDY. 
(B. L. S. N. Y. State Library School, 1903.) 
Revised and brought to date by Edith Margaret Coulter, N. Y. State Library School, 1907. 
PART VI. 


Patriot’s Day. (April 19.) 
Bibliography. 

Whitney, J. L., comp. Nineteenth of April in literature. 
(See Concord, Mass. Proceedings at the centennial 
celebration of Concord fight. 1876. p. 165-73.) 

Winsor, Justin. Lexington and Concord. (See his 
Reader’s handbook of the revolution. 1880. p. 26-33.) 


Brief bibliography of leading authorities on Lexington 
and Concord. 


Patriot’s day bulletins :— 
Cambridge. Apr., ’03. v. 8, no. 4, p. 89-96. 
Salem. Apr.,’oo. Vv. 5, no. 10, p. 76-78. 
Somerville. Apr., ’96. v. 1, p. 29. 
Waltham. Mar.,’o1. v. 7, no, 2, p. 4-6. 

¥ Apr., ’o2. v. 8, no. 4, Pp. 5-7. 
History. 

Austin, G: L. Lexington and Concord. (See his His- 
tory of Massachusetts. 1876. p. 299-310.) 

Bancroft, George. ‘To Lexington and Concord and back 
to Boston. (See his History of the U.S. 1891. v. 4, 
Pp. 152-67.) 


‘The succeeding chapters give a good summary of the 
effect of the two battles. 


Barry, J: S. History of Massachusetts. 1856.  v. 2, p. 
507-14.) : F : 
Brooks, KE. $. Century Book of the American revolution. 

1897. Pp. 17-54.) 


Brown, A. E. Beneath old roof trees. 356p. D. Bost. 
1896. 


Especially valuable for the account of the part taken by 
other towns. 


Clark, Jonas. Opening of the War of the revolution, 19th 
of April, 1775; a brief narrative. 15 p. D. Lexington, 
1901. 

Drake, S. A., ed. History of Middlesex county. 1880. 
V. I, Pp. 114-27, 385-91; V. 2, P. 10-33. 

Elliott, C: W. New England history. 1857. v. 2, p. 
294-98. 

Emerson, William. Battle of Lexington and Concord. 
1775. (See Hart, A. B., ed. Source book of American 
history. 1899. p. 144-46.) 

Fiske, John. The American revolution. 1891. v. 1, 
p. 118-27. 

Frothingham, Richard. Lexington and Concord. (See 
his History of the siege of Boston. 1873. p. 45-90, 
365-72.) 

Hale, E. E. The siege of Boston. (See Winsor, Justin. 
Memorial history of Boston. 1881. v. 3, Pp. 67-74, 
101-02.) 

Hart, A. B., ed. Conflicting accounts of Lexington and 
Concord. 1775. From the Salem gazette and the 
London gazette. (See his American history told by 
contemporaries. 1898. v. 2, p. 546-50.) 


* This BiBLIOGRAPHY OF HoLtpays has been issued complete in a 50-page octavo pamphlet with cover. Price 25c. THE 


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108 Bulletin of Bibliography. 


Higginson, T. W. The first shots of the revolution. (See 
his Larger history of the United States. 1886. p.244-50.) 

(See Morris, Charles, ed. Half hours with 
American history. 1888. v. 1, p. 444-50.) 

Hudson, Frederic. The Concord fight. (See Harper’s 
monthly. 1874-75. v.50, p. 777-804.) 

Hurst, J: F. Historic Concord. (See Chautauquan. 
1897. V. 25, Pp. 266-73.) 

Excellent illustrations. 

Johonnot, James. Lexington and Bunker Hill. (See his 
Ten great events. 1888. p. 244-64.) 

Lodge, H.C. Story of the revolution. 1898. v. 1, p. 25-52. 
McCarthy, Justin & McCarthy, J. H. History of the 
four Georges and William IV. rgo1. v. 4, p. 173-75. 
Moore, Frank, ed. Battle of Lexington. (See Diary 

of the revolution. 1860. v. 1, p. 63-69.) 

Muzzey, A. B. Battle of Lexington. (See his Keminis. 
cences and memorials of the men of the revolution. 
1883. p. 360-94.) 

—— Battle of Lexington; with ... recollections of 
men engaged init... 19p. O. Bost., 1877. 


Reprinted from the New England Historical and gene- 
alogical register for Oct., 1877. 


Rantoul, R. S. How we carried the news to the King- 
(See Century magazine. 1899. v. 58, p. 714-21.) 

Smith, Lieut.-Col. F. Report to Gov. Gage. (See Stan- 
hope, P. H: History of England. 1851. v. 6, apx., 
p. 3-10.) 

Official report of the commander of the expedition. 

Tiffany, Mrs. Nina (Moore). Battle of Lexington. (See 
her From colony to commonwealth. 1892. _ p. 
GI-114.) 

Book is intended for younger readers. 

Tolman, George. Events of April roth [1775], read be- 
fore the society. 36 p. ©. Concord, Mass.  rgor. 
(Concord, Mass., antiquarian soc. Pamphlets.) 

Trevelyan, Sir G. O. Lexington. (See his The American 
revolution. 1899. v.1, p. 30611.) 

Varney, G: J. The story of Patriot’s day, Lexington 
and Concord, April 19, 1775, with poems brought out 
on the first observation of the anniversary holiday, 
and the forms in which it was celebrated. 181 p. D. 
Bost., 1895. 

Winsor, Justin, ed. Narrative and critical history of 
America. 1888. v. 6, p. 122-25. 

Woodburn, J. A. Causes of the American revolution. 
(See Johns Hopkins university studies in historical 
and political science. 1892. v. 10, 553-616.) 

Description. 

gacon, E.M. Concordand Lexington. (See his Walks 
and rides inthe country about Boston. 1497. p. 146-96.) 
—— Lexington. Concord. The British retreat. (See 
his Historic pilgrimages in New England. 198. 
P. 332-9- 

Bartlett, G: B. The Concord guide book. Ed. 2, rev. 
165 p. D. Bost., 1480. 

Freese, J: W. Arlington, Lexington, and Concord. (See 
his Historic houses and spots in Cambridge. 1897. 
Pp. 35-53.) 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. Old manse (Mosses from an old 
manse). (See his Complete works. Wayside ed. 1891. 
V. 3, p. 11-46.) 

Howells, W: D. Lexington. (See his Three villages 
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Lothrop, Mrs. H. M. (Stone). Old Concord and her 
highways and byways by Margaret Sidney. 114 p. 
O. Bost., 1888. 

Mabie, H. W. Concord and Emerson. (See Outlook. 
1903. ‘V. 74, p. 18-30.) 

Piper, F. S. Lexington, the birthplace of American 
Liberty, a handbook ... 33 p. O. Lexington. 1goz. 

Sanborn, F. B. Concord. (See Powell, L. P. Historic 
towns of New England. 1898. p. 243-97.) 

Wolfe, T. F. The Concord pilgrimage. (See his 
Literary shrines. 1899. p. 16-80.) 


Essays. 
Concord (Mass.). Proceedings at the centennial celebra- 
tion of Concord fight, April 19, 1875. ... 176p. Q. 
Concord. 1876. 


Including poem 7 J. R. Lowell, oration by G. W. Curtis, 
and The Nineteenth of April in literature by J. L. Whitney. 


Curtis, G: W: Centennial celebration of the Concord 
fight: oration delivered at Concord, Mass., April 19, 
1875. (See his Orations and addresses. 1894. Vv. 3. 
p. 85-121.) 





(See Hoyt, A. H., Towne, W. B., and 
Dean, J. W.,ed. Centennial orations. 1875. p. 45-90.) 

Dana, R. H. Oration at the rooth anniversary of the 
battle of Lexington, April1g,1775. (See Hoyt, A. H., 
Towne, W. B., and Dean, J. W., ed. Centennial 
orations. 1875. p. 31-44.) 
— — (See New England historical and 
genealogical register. 1875. v.20, p. 567-80.) 

Emerson, R. W. Historical discourse at Concord on 
the 2d anniversary of the incorporation of the town, 
Sept. 12, 1835. (Seehis Complete works. Riverside 
ed. v.i1. 1895. p. 31-97.) 

Everett, Edward. The nineteenth of April at Concord. 
(See his Orations and speeches. 1889-95. Vv. 2, 
Pp. 653-63.) 

— Battle of Lexington. (See his Orations and 
speeches. 1889-95. Vv. 1, Pp. 520-60.) 


Poems. 

Emerson, kK. W. Hymn sung at the completion of the 
Concord monument, April 19, 1836. (See his Poems. 
1865. Pp. 253-54-) 

English, T. D. The fight at Lexington, a ballad of Mas- 
sachusetts. (See Harper’s monthly. 1859-60. v. 20, 
Pp. 617-19.) 

Also in his Boy’s book of battle lyrics. 

Hale, E.E. New England’s Chevy-chase. (See Cen- 
tury Magazine. 1582. V. 24, p. 112-13.) 

Holmes, O. W. Lexington. (See his Complete poetical 
works. Cabinet ed. 1899. p. 32-34.) 

Lanier, Sidney. sattle of Lexington. (See Matthews, 
J.B. Poems of American patriotism. 1882. p. 15-18.) 

Longfellow, H. W. Paul Revere’sride. (See his Poeti 
cal works. Riverside ed. 1895. v. 4, p. 25-29.) 

Lowell, J. R. Lines suggested by the graves of two Eng- 
lish soldiers on Concord battleground. (See his Com- 
plete poetical works. Cabinet ed. 1899. p. 129-30.) 
— (de read at the Concord centennial. (See Poeti- 
cal works. Kiverside ed. 1898. v. 2, p. 65-73.) 

—— —— (See Atlantic monthly. 1875. v. 35, p. 730-35.) 
Stevenson, B. E. & Stevenson, E. B., comp. Patriot’s 
day. (See their Days and deeds. 1906. p. 203-8.) 
Whittier, J: G. Lexington. (See his Complete poetical 

works. Cabinet ed. 1899. p. 308-9.) 


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Arbor Day. 
Arbor day bulletins :-— 
A. L. A. Booklist. Mar., ’06. v. 2, no. 3, p. 73-87. 
Minneapolis. Apr.,’95. v. 1, Pp. 144-46. 
Newark. Apr.,’95. v. 4, no. 6, p. 7-8 
Omaha. Apr.,’96. p. 4 
Somerville. Apr.,’96. v. 1, p. 32. 
Westerly. Apr.,’96. v. 6, no. 1, p. 4. 


Aids in preparing programs. 

Deems, E. M., comp. Arbor day. (See his Holy-days 
and holidays. 1902. p. 532-40.) 

Grabo, C. H. Significance of Arbor day. (See Chau- 
tauquan. 1905. Vv. 41, Pp. 335-6.) 

Kellogg, A. M. How to celebrate Arbor day in the 
schoolroom ... 96 p. D. N. Y., 1894. (Practical 
teachers’ library. v. 3, no. 3.) 

Peck, E. B. Founder of Arborday. (See New Eng- 
land magazine. 1g00. new ser. Vv. 22, p. 269-75.) 

Routzahn, E.G. Tree planting movement. (See Chau- 
tauquan. 1905. V. 41, p. 337-8.) 

Skinner, C: R. Arbor day manual; an aid in preparing 
programs for Arbor day exercises. 463 p. O. 
Alb., 18go. 

U. S.— Education, Bureau of. Planting trees in school 
grounds and the celebration of Arbor day. 77 p. O. 
Wash., 1885. (U.S.— Education, Bureau of. Special 
rep.) 

Contents: Hough, F. B, Planting trees in school grounds. 
Ohio state forestry association. rees and tree planting, 


with exercises and directions for the celebration of Arbor 
day prepared by J. B. Peaslee. 


Walsh, W: S. Arbor day. (See his Curiosities of 
popular custom. 1898. p. 62-64.) 

Wisconsin free library commission. Suggestions for 
bulletins for birthdays and anniversaries, Mar.-Apr. 
1g00. ©. Madison, 1900, 


Contents: Reading lists on nature; programs for Arbor 
day, including poetical and prose selections on flowers, trees, 
insects and animals. 


Arbor day annuals. Of the annuals published by the 
several states, those of Wisconsin, New York, Rhode 
Island, Indiana, Ohio, Nebraska, Colorado, and Con- 
necticut are especially valuable 


Trees. 

Brisben, Gen. J.S. Trees and tree planting. 280p. D. 
N. Y., 1888. 

sruncken, Ernest. North American forests andorestry, 
their relations to the national life of the American 
people. 271p. O. N. Y., 1900. 

Dame, L. L. & Brooks, Henry. Handbook of the trees 
of New England, with ranges throughout the U. S. 
and Canada. 211 p. D. Bost., rgoz. 

Dyson, Mrs. W. H. Stories of the trees. .. . 272 p. D. 
Lond., 1896. 

Flagg, Wilson. A year among the trees; or, The woods 
and by-ways of New England. 319 p. O. Bost., 1890. 

French, Frank. Awakening of thetrees. (See Scribner’s 
magazine. 1905. V. 37, P. 597-603.) 

Gifford, J: C. Practical forestry for beginners in forestry, 
agricultural students, woodland owners. ... 298 p. 
map. N. Y., 1go2. 

Huntington, A. O, Studies of trees in winter, description 
of the deciduous trees of North America. 206 p. O. 
Bost., 1go2. 


Bulletin of Bibliography. 109 


Keeler, H. L. Our native trees and how to identify 
them, a popular study of their habits and peculiarities. 
556p. O. N. Y., 1go0. 

Lounsbury, Alice. Guide to the trees. 
N. Y., 1g00. 

Mathews, F. S. Familiar trees and their leaves, 
with an introduction by L. H. Bailey. 330 p. D. 
N. Y., 1896. 

McFarland, J: H. The awakening of the trees. (See 
Outlook. 1905. v. 79, p. 803-10.) 

—— Getting acquainted with the trees. 241 p. O. 
N. Y., 1904. 

—— — (See Outlook. v. 71-76, May 3, 1902-Apr. 2, 
1904.) 

Muir, John. Our national parks. 275p. O. Bost., 1gor. 

Newhall, C: S. Trees of northeastern America with an 
introductory note by N. L. Britton. 264 p. O. N.Y., 
1892. 

Nisbet, John. Our forest and woodlands. 349p. O. 
Lond., 1900. (Haddon Hall library.) 

Peet, L. H. Trees and shrubs of Central Park. 363 p. 
D. N. Y., 1903. 

— Trees and shrubs of Prospect Park. 237 p. 
D. Brooklyn, 1903. 

Pinchot, Gifford. ... Primer of forestry. Pt. 1. D. 
Wash., 1899. (U.S. Forestry division Bulletin 24.) 

Pinchot, Gifford & Graves, H.S. The white pine, astudy 
with tables of volume and yield. 111 p. D. N. Y., 1896 

Rogers, J. E. Among green trees; a guide to pleasant 
and profitable acquaintance with familiar trees. 

235 p. Q. Chic., rgo2. 

—— The tree book; a popular guide to a knowl- 
edge of the trees of North America and to their 
uses and cultivation. 589p. Q. N. Y., 1905. 

Sargent, C. S. Manual of the trees of North America. 
wi O. Bost., 190 

yst 


333 p. D. 


ematic eel ta giving semi-popular aonent tions 
+ _ 600 trees with excellent drawings.” Best book list. 


Schlich, William. Manual of forestry. Ed.2,enl. 5 v. 
O. Lond., 1891-96. 

Schwartz,G: F: Forest trees and forest scenery. 197 p. 
O.. N. ¥., 1901. 

Stokes, Susan. Ten common trees. (Eclectic school 


readings. 1o8p. D. N. Y., rgor.) 

Has chapters on: The black i elm, apple, horse- 
chestnut, birch, white oak, chestnut, walnut, cone bearers, 
red maple, forests and their preservation. 


Ward, H. M. ‘The oak, an introduction to forest botany. 
184p. D. N. Y., 1892. (Modern sci. ser. v. 3.) 


Poetry. 

Bjérnson, Bjornstjerne. The tree. (See Wiggins, K. D. 
& Smith, N. A.,comp. Posy ring. 1903. p. 102-3.) 
Bryant, W: C. Planting of the apple tree. (See his 

Poems, ed. by Godwin. 1883. v. 2, p. 20-23.) 
—— Among the trees. (See his Poems, ed. by God- 
win. 1883. v. 2, p. 162-67.) 
Jumstead, E.S. The little pine tree. (See St. Nicholas. 
1889. v.16, p. 510.) 
Bunner, H.C. Heart of the tree: an Arbor day song. 
(See Century. 1892-93. v.45. p- 844-45.) 
Burroughs, John, ed. Songs of nature. 359p. D. N.Y., 
1901, 


Bird poems scattered ape pen the book are made avail 
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Crandall,C. H. Threetrees. (See St. Nicholas. 1891. 
v. 18, Pp. go4.) 

Foss, S. W. The tree lover. (See his Songs of war 
and poetry. 1899. p. 97-98.) 

Gilder, R. W. Motto for a tree planting. (See his 
Poems and inscriptions. 1901. p. 66.) 

Larcom, Lucy. The trees. (See her Poetical works. 
Household ed. 1884. p. 295-96.) 

Le Row, C. B.,comp. Arbor day. (See her Pieces for 
every occasion. 1gor. Pp. 255-74.) 

Longfellow, H. W.  Eliot’s oak. (See his Poetical 
works. 1891. v. 3, p. 208-9.) 

Hiawatha’s sailing. (See his Poetical works. 
1891. V. 2, p. 162-66.) 

Lowell, J. R. The Bigelow papers. Series 2, no. 6 from 
“I, country born an’ bred ” to “ Runs down a brook o» 
laughter.” (See his Poetical works. 1896. v. 2, 
P. 331-33-) 

To a pine tree. (See his Complete poetical 

works. Cabinet ed. 1899. p. 84-85.) 











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Lowell, J. R. The oak. (See his Complete poetical 
works. Cabinet ed. 1899. p. 102-3.) 

—— The birchtree. (See his Complete poetical works. 
Cabinet ed. 1899. p. 107-8.) 

Under the willows. (See his Complete poetical 
works. Cabinet ed. 1899. p. 382-90.) 

Rice, S. S., comp. Arbor day. (See her Holiday 
selections for reading and recitation. 1905. p. 156-73.) 

Stevenson, B. E. & Stevenson, E. B., comp. Arbor day. 
(See their Days and deeds. 1906. p. 95-103.) 

Stone, G. L. & Fickett, M.C., comp. Trees in prose and 
poetry. ...195p. D. Bost., 1go2. 

Thaxter, Celia. Bare boughs and buds. (See St. 
Nicholas. 1891. v. 18, p. 174.) 

Tree planting. (See McMurry, L. B. & Cook, A. S., 
comp. Songs of the tree-top and meadow. Ed. 3. 
1899. p. 106.) 

Whittier, J: G. April. (See his Complete poetical 
works. Cabinet ed. 1899. p. 195-6.) 


The first flowers. (See his Complete poetical 
works. Cabinet ed. 1899. p. 206-7.) 








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Louisville, Ky., mo., r2mo, vol. 1, no. 1, April, 1908. 
Free. 

MAINE LAW REVIEW. University of Maine School of 
Law, Orono, Me., mo., 8vo, vol. 1, no. 1, April, 1g08. 
30C., $2.00. 

MASSACHUSETTS MAGAZINE. Salem, Mass., quar., 8vo, 
vol. 1, no. 1, Jan., 1908. $2.50. 

MONEY MAKER, THE. Kaken Bldg., St. Louis, Mo., 
semi-mo. (changed to mo.), 4to, illus., vol. 1, no. 1, 
April, 1903. $1.00. 

NATURE CURE MAGAZINE. 308 Ashland Boul., Chicago, 
Ill., mo., 8vo, vol. 1, no. 1, Nov., 1907. $1.00. 

OuR WESTERN EMPIRE. London, mo., 4to, illus., vol. 1, 
no. 1, July, rg01. Successor to West Indian and Com- 
mercial Advertiser. 

PASSING SHOW, THE. Book Bldg., San Antonio, Tex., 
w., fol., vol. 1, no. 1, Dec. 8, 1906. $3.00. 

PHILIPPINE AGRICULTURAL REVIEW, THE. English 
and Spanish editions. Manila, mo., 8vo, illus., vol. 1, 
no. 1, Jan., 1908. 

PUBLIC SERVICE JOURNAL. 147 Milk St., Boston, Mass., 
mo., 8vo, illus., vol. 1, no. 1, July, 1907. 

SCHOOL Music MONTHLY. Quincy, IIl., bi-mo., 8vo, 
illus., vol. 1, no. 1, April, rg00. 


Bulletin of Bibliography. 55 


SpPorRTING TIMEs. Boston, Mass., w., fol., illus., vol. 1, 
no. 1, Jan. 11, 1902. 10c. each. 

Woop-HARMON MAGAZINE, THE. New York, N. Y., 
mo. (changed to bi-mo.), 4to, illus., vol. 1, no. 1, Aug., 
1902. 


Il. 


Changed or Discontinued. 


AMERICAN STUDENT OF AR’. New York. Discontinued 
with no. 6, June, 1906. (No. 6 suppressed.) 

ARCHITECTURE AND ALLIED ARTS. New Orleans. 
Changed to Architectural Art and its Allies, July, 1906. 


Bic STick, THE. 


April, 1907. 


CHILDREN OF 


Cincinnati. Discontinued with no. 3, 


THE UNITED StaATEs. Omaha. Dis- 


continued at end of vol. 8, July, 1907. 
CopreER. New York. Discontinued with no.'1, June, 1907. 
ENGINEERING REVIEW. Lafayette, Ind. Changed to 
The Purdue Engineering Review with vol. 2, 1906. 
ENGLISH WORLD, THE. Leipzig. Discontinued with 


June, 1go02. 
FIREPROOF. 


Chicago. Suspended with Dec., 1907. 


FORTNIGHTLY, THE. Philadelphia. Discontinued Jan., 


1908. 


IHloME MAGAZINE. Indianapolis. Discontinued with 
vol. 22, no. 6, Feb., rg08. Merged in Uncle Remus’s 


Magazine. 


SCHOOL MUSIC. 

ey, J 1902. 
HE. 

no. 3, Feb. 1908. 


VILLAGE, 





Indianapolis. Merged in School Music 


New York. Suspended with vol. 2, 


QUARTERLY MAGAZINE SUBJECT-INDEX, APRIL-JUNE, 1908. 


(*Being a continuation of the Magazine Subject-Index, Vol. 1.) 
LIST OF PERIODICALS INDEXED, ABBREVIATIONS USED. 


Ar. Mo. African Monthly. Grahamstown. 

Am. CATH. His.S. Amer. Catholic Hist. Soc.,Records. Phila. 

Am. His. M. American Historical Magazine. cs 

Am. HoMEs. American Homes and Gardens. N.Y. _ 

Am. J. Int. L. American Journal of Interna’] Law. N. Y. 

Am.J.Int.L.Surp. American Journal of International Law, 
Supplement. N.Y. 

Am. Pou. Sc1. American Political Science Review. Balto. 

ANN. Ia. Annals of lowa. Des Moines. 

APPALACHIA. Appalachia. Boston. 

ArcH. & B. M. Architects’ and Builders’ Magazine. N.Y. 

Birp L, Bird Lore. Harrisburg, Pa. 


BKMAN (LOND.) 
BRICKB. 
BROADW. 
But. B. 

BuRL. M. 
Curis. ART. 
Conn. M. 
CONNOISSEUR. 
Ep. Bi-Mo. 
For. & IRRIG. 
For. Q. 
GEOG.SOC.PHILA 
Gp. House. 
Govr. 

GRAN. Mo. 
GRAN. St. M. 
Hom. R. 
House & G. 
House Bb. 
Inv. M. 

In. ARCH. 


Kinb. M. 
MAN. TR. 
Mp. His. M. 


Book News Monthly. Phila. 

Bookman. London. 

Brickbuilder. Boston. 

Broadway Magazine. N.Y. 

Bulletin of Bibliography. Boston. 

Burlington Magazine. Londonand N.Y. 

Christian Art. Boston. 

Connecticut Magazine. New Haven. 

Connoisseur. Londonand N.Y. 

Educational Bi-Monthly. Chicago. 

Forestry and Irrigation. Washington,D.C. 

Forestry Quarterly. Ithaca, N.Y. 

Geographical Soc. of Philadelphia, Bulletin. 

Good ousekeeping. Springfield, Mass. 

Government. Boston. 

Granite Monthly. Concord, N. H. 

Granite State Magazine. Manchester, N.H. 

Homiletic Review. N.Y. 

House and Garden. Phila. 

House Beautiful. Chicago. . 

Indiana Quar. Mag. of Hist., Indianapolis. 

Inland Architect. Chicago. ; 

Iowa Jour. of Hist. and Politics. Iowa City. 
ournal of American History. New Haven. 
ournal of Pedagogy. Syracuse, N.Y. 
<entucky State Historical Society Regis- 
ter. Frankfort. p Hi 

Kindergarten Primary Magazine. N.Y. 

Manual Training Magazine. Peoria, Il. 

Maryland Historical Magazine. Baltimore. 


MAZAMA. 
Met. M. 

Mo. His. R. 
Mo. His. Cot. 
Moopy. 

N. DAK. M. 
O. ARCH. QO. 
On10 M. 
OLD N. W. 


Ore. His. Q. 
Pac. Mo. 


PEARSON (N.Y.) 


Pa. M. 
PHoTo-M 
PRINT. ART. 
Q..J. Poe. 
Scu. Ep. 


Sci. Pro. 
Scor. His. R. 
SIERRA. 
S.C. Hite... 


Sp. MIs. 


H.W. 
. His. Q. 





TEC 
TEX 


U.S. Catn. S. 


Univ. M. 
VAN N. 
VILLAGE 
Va. M. 


Wasu. His. QO. 


WINDSOR. 
Wis. ARCH. 


Mazama. Portland, Ore. 

Metropolitan Magazine. N.Y. 

Missouri Historical Review. Columbia. 

Missouri Hist. Soc., Collections. St. Louis. 

Moody’s Magazine. N.Y. 

North Dakota Magazine. Bismarck. 

Ohio Archzological and Historical Quar. 

Ohio Magazine. Columbus. 

“Old Northwest ” Genealogical Quarterly. 
Columbus. : 

Oregon Hist. Society Quarterly. Portland. 

Pacific Monthly. Portland, Ore: 

Pearson’s Magazine. N.Y. 

Pennsylvania Magazine of History. Phila. 

Photo-Miniature. N.Y. 

Printing Art. Cambridge, Mass. 

Quarterly Journal of Forestry. London. 

School and Home Education. Blooming- 
ton, Ill. 

Science Progress. London. 

Scottish Historical Review. Glasgow. 

Sierra Club Bulletin. San Francisco. 

South Carolina Historical and Genealogi- 
cal Magazine. Charleston. 

Spirit of Missions. N.Y 

Suburban Life. N.Y. 

Sunset. San Francisco. 

Technical World. Chicago. 

Texas State Historical Association Quar- 
terly. Austin. ; 

U.S. Cath. Hist. Soc., Historical Records 
and Studies. ws 

University Magazine. Montreal. 

Van Norden Magazine. N.Y. 

Village. N.Y. (Suspended Feb. 1908. 

Virginia Magazine of History & Biography. 
Richmond. 

Washington Historical Quarterly. Seattle. 

Windsor Magazine. London. 

Wisconsin Archeologist. Milwaukee. 


W.WorK(LoND.) World’s Work. London. 


month and year are also given. : ; 
il. means illustrated. por., pors., mean portrait, portraits. 


Saspmeseuey. Inclusive pages of articles indexed are given, making possible an accurate estimate of length. The volume, 
n 


e 
If an article concerning a person is marked “il.” it means that among the illustrations there is no portrait, while “ por.” or 


‘* pors.” would show that the only illustrations were portraits. 


A colon after an initial designates the most usual given name, as per rule adopted by the A. L.A., and by both the Aeader’s 


Guide and Library Index. 


Continued stories and fiction by notable writers have been included under name of author. 


* MAGAZINE SuBjECtT-INDEX, VOL. 1, 276 p., large 80, covers the index to 44 of these magazines from first issue, and to 
the rest for 1907. The Boston Book Co., $4.00 net in half morocco. 





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Vol. 5 No. 6 


QUARTERLY MAGAZINE SUBJECT-INDEX, APRIL-JUNE, 1908. 


Actors and actresses. Early English lithographs of 
actresses. A. Moore. il. Connoisseur 20: 235-43. 
Apos. 

— — How to make up. 
541-50. My08. 
—-—of old San Francisco days. P. 

Pac. Mo. 19: 495-505. My08. 

Adams, Maude, Stage career of. 
Pearson (N. Y.) 19: 501-15. 

Advertising by printed booklets. 
Art 11: 209-14. Je08. 

Aerial navigation. Balloontripofawoman. Mrs. J. P. 
Thomas. il. Met. M. 28: 74-83. ApUS. 

— — inwarfare. R.C. Black. il. Tech W. 9: 
My0s8. 

Africa, South. Asiatic immigration problem. H. J. 
Crocker. Af. Mo. 3: 452-62. Apos. 

— — and the Monroe doctrine. R. 5S. Fairbridge. Af. 
Mo. 3: 600-4. My08. 

— — Tariff. D. E. McCausland. Af. Mo. 3: 
My08. 

Alaska-Yukon-Pacific exposition, 
W: H. Parry. il. Pac. Mo 

Alcohol, Action of. 
Apvs. 

“Alice of Old Vincennes,”’ 
Lasselle. Ind. M. 4: [ 

Amen. Real meaning of the word ‘‘Amen.”’ 
Richards. Hom. R. 55: 378-80. My0U8. 

“America,” National hymn, and its author. 

His. 2: 199-204. Ap—Je08. —Same art 
12: 223-4. Ap-—Je0s. 

Anesthetics, Use of, and results. A: 
Sci. Pro. 2: 610-24. ApOS 

Anarchism in U. S., Growth of. W. P. 
Van N.3 


W:H. Dills. il. Pac. Mo. 19: 


Robertson. il. 


pors. P. Maxwell. 
Myvs8. 


W.S. Rositer. Print. 


266-71. 


536-46. 


1909, Reasons for 
19: 417-20. ApU8. 
A. R. Cushing. Sci. Pro. 2: 550-61. 


Notes 


81-5. 


ym characters of. C: 
JeOs. 


B. Brandent 
a Je0sS 
Animals, Wild, Notes about tame. 
Sub. L. 6: 199-201. Ap08. 
— — Training to hunt. F. Thatcher. 
9: 148-52. ApOs. 
Anza, Don Juan ad 
His. 2: 
Apartment hous 
Jevs. : 
Arabia peninsula 
Hom. R. 4 
Arbor day, T! 
Irrig. 1 
— and its ] 
41-3, 246. 
Architecture, Col 
B. 24: 4-6. 
Arctic € 
O07 
Argentine Republi 


pur pose. 


“41 
allace 


20: 244-58. 


collection 


Ap 


concerning trei 
3: 130-2 JeOs 
1 Ireland. Medi 


Herringham. 


modern art 
: 219-25 Ap0s 
hester. il Windse 
556-90. AY 
Modern “<t in J 
M y0s 
ulture of 


154-6. 


Holme Burl. 
Asparagus, Porced 


in France. J 
Am. Homes 4: 


Ap0s 


Boyer. il. 


Athletes, United States, and the Olympic games. R. 
Edgren. il. Broadw. 20: 171-9. My08. 

Atkinson, Roger, Virginia business man, 
of, 1750-75. Va. M. 15: 345-59. Ap0s. 

Atkinson families of Bucks county, Pa. O. 
Pa. M. 31: 429-46. O07. 

Attics. How to plan the attic. R.C. Spencer, Jr. il 
plan. House B. 24: 19-21. Je08. 

Authors. Flaubert on writing. A. Ransome. il. 
(Lond.) 34: 16-7. Ap0s. 

Automobile garages. B: A. Howes. 
Homes 5: 242-7. Je08. 

— — and motor houses. C. H. Townsend. 
27-8. Ap08, and following issues. 

— — Stable converted into garage. A. R. 
plan. House & G. 13: 209-10. Je08. 

Automobiles, Housing. H:B. Haines. il. 
13: 173-4. My08. 

Babylonian and Israelitish customs 
Konig. Hom. R. 55: 262-6. Ap08. 

Bailey, Anne, pioneer heroine, of Ohio, 
Y. A. Lewis. O. Arch. Q. 17: 44-7. Ja0s8. 

Baker, E: Dickinson, 1811-61. Oregon pioneer and 
senator. W: D. Fenton. Ore. His. Q. 9: 1-23. Mr08. 

Balkan states. A new diplomatic trouble. L. A. 
Springer. il. Van N: 3: ApO8, 95-112. 

Baltimore, Md. The Maryland Institute building. il. 
In. Arch. 51: Ap08. 

Bangs, J: Kendrick. Commuting from Maine to New 
York City. Sub. L. 6: 345-6, 370-2. Je08. 

Banks and banking. Deposits, Guarantee of. M. T. 
Herrick. Ohio M. 4: 317-26. ApU8. 

Bas-reliefs, Medizval and renaissance, of sacred objects. 
Mrs. A. Bell. il. Chris. Art 3: 119-32. JeU8. 
Bathhouses, Public. American type of architecture. il. 

plans. Brickb. 17: 70-6. - Ap0s. 
- Open airbaths. il. plans. Brickb. 17:92-6. My08. 
Bath-rooms, Furnishings for. R. C. Spencer, Jr. il. 
House B. 23: Ap08, 28-30. 
Bears, Polar, and the moose. 
27: 626-32. F08. 
Bee culture, A living from, on less than an acre. R. 
Sub. L. 6: 348-9.  Je0s. 


»trong. il. 
Bees, Honey, Fallacies concerning. D. E. 
Apvs. 


Sub. L. 6: 214-5. 
Belasco, David, dramatist. 
JeOs. 


News 26: 759-65. J 

Bermuda and the West Indies. C. de 
Windsor 27: 775-84. My08. 

Berries, How to have all summer. P. T. 
Sub. L. 6: 202-3. ApU8. 

Beukes, Willem. I.G. Horak. Af. Mo. 3: 585-9. My08 
Bigger, S:, Governor of Indiana, 1840. J. Julian. Ind. 
M. 4: 79-80. Je08. 
Biology. bio-Chemistry of 

Rosenheim. Sci. Pro. 2: 
ing issues 
Birds. Bird life in Spanish Marismas. 
Windsor 27: 505-14. Mr0s. 
sulls, Breeding places of. Cockerham 
B. J. Hyde. Windsor 27: 804-7. My038. 
How they fish. W: L. Finley. il. Pac. Mo. 19: 
562-71 My08. 
Black Hand Society and its menace. W. 
il Van N. 3: My08, 75-93. 
Blashfield, Edwin H. Mural painter. 
Kelly. il. Broadw. 20: 73-80. Ap08 
Blind, Teaching the. H. VD. Jones. il. 
202-5. ApOs. 
Blind-deaf, Education of. Cornelia D. 
i-Mo. 2: 452-63. Je0s 
Boers, Kise of. 30er occupation of Transvaal. 
3: 574-81. My0s. 
Boerstler, Christian, 1749 
U. S., 1784. Ida B. Ha 
265-76. Ap-—Jevs. 
Bok, Ik: W. Editor. 
20: 51-6. ApOs 
Bookbinding, Fine. of 


binders. il. 


Letters 


Hough. 


Bkman 
il. plans. Am. 
In. Arch. 51: 
Ellis. il. 
House & G. 


compared. E. 


1742-1825. 


L. Rhead. il. Met. M. 
Lyon. il 


por. M. J. Moses. Bk. 
Thierry. il. 


Zarnes. il. 


animals 


and plants. O. 
676-99. 


Ap0s, and follow- 
R. B. Lodge. il. 


gull moss. 


P. McGuire. 
Florence F. 
Tech. W. 9: 
Singham. Ed. 
Af. Mo. 


Bavarian immigrant to 
elmgn. J. Am. His. 2: 


por. Ada Patterson. Broadw 
léth, 17th and 


Connoisseur 21: 116-7. 


18th 


century 
Jes. 





July, 1908 


Bookplates, Outdoor. S. 
23-5. Je08. 

Boston. Fenway district. il. 
and following issues. 
Botticelli, Sandro, H. P. Horne’s book on. 
Burl. M. 13: 83-7. My08. 
Bottles, Paper-made. E. C. Hall. 

Je0s. 
Brain, Human, and its functions. W: 
Windsor 27: 361-7. FO8. 
Bridgewater, N. H. Old homesteads. 
199-218. JeOs8. 

Brough, J:, Governor of Ohio, Birthplace of. 
i. O. Arch. Q. 17: 101-11. ApO8. 
Bruges historical pageant. R.H. Russell. il. 

28: 35-50. Ap0S. 
Bryan, W: Jennings, Explanation of his popularity, 
pors. J. Creelman. il. Pearson (N. Y.) 19: 343- 
64. Ap08. 
Buenos Aires. fF. Tilden. il. 
My08, 97-111. 
Bugs, Manufacture of models of, by Mrs. Otto Heide- 
mann. H: Hale. il. Tech. W. 9: 399-403. Je08. 
Building construction, Fireproof. M. M. Sloan. Arch. 
& B. M. 40: 301-5. Ap08, and following issues. 
— — Fireproof fact and fallacy. H.T.Booraem. Arch. 
& B. M. 40: 362-5. My0s. 
Buildings. Cleveland Trust Co. building. il. 
B. M. 40: 406-11. JeO8. 
Bull fighting in Guatemala. W: A: 
Ohio M. 4: 302-5. Ap08 
Bulloch, Archibald, statesman. 
227-34. Ap-Je0S 
Bungalow drainage and plumbing problems. J: A. 
Gade. il. Am. Homes 5: 184-6. My0s. 
—furniture. Esther Singleton. il. Am. Homes 35: 
204-10. My08. 
— with a patio. Helen L. Gaut. 
46: 354-8. ApO8. 
Bungalows, California. 
Homes 5: 190-5. 
-in Eastern U. S. 
343-4. JeO8. 
Log-built. ‘‘Anotok,”’ the ‘‘Home of Wind.” Ken 
sico, N. Y. il. plan. Am. Homes 5: 199-201, My08. 
~ New England, Two. Mary H. Northend. il. plans 
Am. Homes. 5: 169-73. My08. 
Rugs and draperies for. Alice M. Kellogg. il. Am. 
Homes 5: 176-9. My08. 
“The Bunker,’ Misery Island, Mass. 
il. plan. Am. Homes 5: 187-9. 
Summer. ‘Ross Fenton Lodge,” 
F. O. Nichols. il. plan. Am. 
My0s. 
Bunyan, J: 1628-88. 
571-92. Ap0s. 
Burbank, Luther, and his hybrids. A. H. 
Met. M. 27: 677-86. Mr08. 
-and his work of plant 
Wickson. il. 
Butter, All about. 
Je0s. 
Cactus, Uses of, and the Burbank spineless variety, 
E.S. Merriam. il. Tech. W. 9: 135-40. ApOs. 
California, Beginning of. Anza’s journey, 1774. Z.S. 
Eldredge. J. Am. His. 2: 255-61. Ap—Je08. 
Camden, Marquess of, Collection, at Bayham Abbey. 
L. Willoughby. il. Connoisseur 21: 71-8. Je08, 
and following issues. 
Camp-fires, How to make. 
L. 6: 364-6. JeO8. 
Camping for the family vacation. 
il. Gd. House. 46: 579-87. 
Summer, for youths. J. 
280-2. My0s. 
Camps, Summer. W. F 
359-60. JeO8. 
Summer, for boys. 
T. Priestman. il. 
Canada, French 
Univ. M. 7: 


Cheney. il. House B. 24: 


In. Arch. 51: 51-2. Jev3, 
R. E. Fry. 
Tech. W. 9: 393-6. 
H. Thomson. il. 
Gran. Mo. 40 
E. Ervin. 


Met M, 


Van N. 3: Ap08, 25-39; 


Arch. & 
Kellerman. il 


-1777. 


J. Am. His. 2: 


il. plan. Gd. House. 
Helen L. Gaut. 

My0s. 

E. S. 


il. plans. Am. 


Irvington. il. Sub. L. 6: 


W. Williams. 
My0s8. 

Deal Lake, N. J. 
Homes 5: 164-8. 
Poet. 


pors. il. Bk. News 26: 


Ford. il. 
breeding. 


Sunset 21: 151-62. 
L. E. Carter. 


por. E. J 
Jeds. 
Gd. House. 46: 665-8. 


W.S. Waterbury. il. Sub. 
Mary H. Northend 
Je0s. 

R. Johnson. il. Sub. L. 6: 


. Sleight. il. plan. Sub. L. 6: 
Mabel 
My0s. 


Macdonell. 


Arden, Del., experiment. 
Am. Homes 5: 180-3. 
nobility in. Blanche L. 
199-211. ApO0s. 


Bulletin of Bibliography. 


143 


Canada. History, 1759-91, Documents concerning. 
F. P. Walton. Univ. M. 7: 231-7. Ap0s. 

— Northwest, Openingup. J.V. Borne. i. 
9: 310-8. My08. 

— Northwest. The royal mounted police. H. Vander- 
hoof. il. Pearson (N. Y.) 19: 665-75. Je08. 

— — Wheat raising in. H. Vanderhoof. il. Met. M. 
28: 161-8. My0s. 

— Race question of English- and 
F. W. Grey. Univ. M. 7: 

Canals. Alpine canals. 
9: 302-9. My08. 

— Indiana reservoir war, 1854. Ind. M. 4: 63-5. Je08. 

Cape Colony, Higher education in. R. P. B. Davis. Af. 
Mo. 3: 553-61. My08. 

Caribbean Sea, and control of America, Early struggles 
of Europe for. F.R. Hart. il. maps. J. Am. His. 
2: 315-38. Ap-—Je08. —Same .Art., Conn. M. 12: 
254-64. Ap-—Je08. 

Carlyle, Thomas, 1795-1881, author, and his younger 
sister. por. Ada M. Peck. il. Bk. News 26: 
753-7. Jes. 

Carnegie, Andrew. Address at Governors’ conference, 
May, ’08._ For. & Irrig. 14: 303-8. _Je08. 

Carriages. Selecting a good carriage. N.N. Davis. il. 
Sub. L. 6: 219-21. Ap0os. 

Cathedrals. Cleveland, O. Trinity cathedral. il. 
Art 3: 81-8. My0s. 

— Land’s End, Wales. St. David’s cathedral. E. H. 
Day. il. Chris. Art 3: 133-41. Je08. 

— London. Westminster Cathedral, New monstrance for. 
il. Chris. Art 3: 142-3. Je08. 

Chambers, J: 2d Gov. of Iowa. 
introduction. a2 €. 
Apovs. 

Chaperonage of girls, Need of. 
Apovs. 

Charlestown, N. H. 1747. Defence of Fort No. 4. 
S: A. Gordon. Gran. M. 40: 173-82. Ap—My08. 

Cheese. Making ‘“‘foreign’’ cheese in America. C: Thom. 
il. Sub. L. 6: 361-3. Je0s. 

Child labor in New York City. B: W. 
Van N. 3: Ap08, 73-88. ~ 

Children. Babies of model tenements. 
il. Gd. House. 46: 633-6. Je08. 

— Mission work with. Sp. Mis. 73: 165-215. 

— Religion of childhood. J. R. Street. 
371-5. My08. 

Children’s day church observance. 
R. 55: 452-4. Jes. 

Chloroform, Recent researches concerning results of use. 
G: A. Buckmaster. Sci. Pro. 2: 625-51. Ap08. 

Choate, Joseph Hodges, 1832—. por. E. P. Ober- 
holtzer. il. Bk. News 26: 593-4. Ap0s8. 

Christian science. What it claims. I. C. Tomlinson. 
Met. M. 28: 263-9. Je08. 

Christianity. Is it on a decline? T: Dixon, Jr. Broadw. 
20: 149-53. My08. 

Church architecture, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Mercy” church. il. Arch. & B. 
Apos. 

- New York. Church of St. Paul the Apostle. 
W.E. Anthony. il. Chris. Art 3: 101-7. Je08. 

— — Rood screens, Devonshire, Eng. H. Carswell. il. 
Chris. Art 3: 66-80. My08. 

- — Selilia, or altar seats. J. T. 
Art 3: 29-36. Ap0s. 
Churches of Hampshire, Eng. 
Art 3: 43-8. Ap0s. 
Havana. Holy Trinity Church opened. W. W. 

Steel. il. Sp. Mis. 73: 338-40. My08. 

-New York City. Trinity and its property, who 
administers it. C: E: Russell. il. Broadw. 20: 
1-12, 187-95. ApO8, MyOS. 

-in North Dakota. N. Dak. M. 2: JeO8, 70-84. 

of Oxfordshire, Eng. P. H. Ditchfield. il. 
Art 3: 89-97. My08. 

Cincinnati University. F.S.K. Forary. il. 
386-9. My0s8. 

Claremont, N. H., of today. 
Mo. 40: 135-71. 


Tech. W 


French-Canadians. 
212-30. Ap0s. 


H.G. Hunting. il. Tech. W. 


Chris. 


Autobiography, and 
Parish. Ia. J. 6: 247-86. 


72-7. 


Gd. House. 46: 37 


Eldman. il. 
Louise E. Dew. 


Mr0s. 
Hom. R. 55: 


J.M. Farrar. Hom. 


“Our Lady of 
M. 40: 326-30. 


Perry. il. Chris. 


S. E. Jeans. il. Chris. 


Chris. 
Ohio M. 4: 


G. A. Cheney. il. 
Ap-My08. 


Gran. 





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Bulletin of Bibliography. Vol. 5 No. 6 


Clubhouse architecture. Philadelphia. Racquet Club. 
il. plan. Brickb. 17: My08. 
— — Chicago. Illinois Athletic Club. il. plan. In. 


Arch. 51: 33-4. Ap0s. 


— — Chicago University Club building. il. In. Arch 


51: 29-30. ApOS. 


Colorado Springs, Colo. Unique western city. H: R. 
Wray. il. Govt. 3: 77-89. My08. 


Columbia river improvement. 
Q. 9: 79-94. Mr08. 


F:G. Young. Ore. His. 


Concrete, Reinforced. Jersey City. Great Atlantic and 


Pacific Tea Co. buildings. 


40: 393-401. JeO8. 


il; plan. Arch. & B. M 


Cornwall, England, and King Arthur's Castle. Anne H. 
Wharton. il. Bk. News 26: 743-50. JeOs. 

Cortelyou, G: Bruce, and his acquaintance with three 
presidents. pors. J. Creelman. il. Pearson (N. Y.) 


19: 569-85. Jeos. 
Cottages, Summer. W. F. 
6: 359-60. JeOs. 


Courlander, Alphonse, journ 


2 ‘" 
sipus. 


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il. plan. Sub. L. 


por. Bkman (Lond 


Cork County court house. il. 


Daisies, Sh: 

G. 13: 13 
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Apvs 
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’ 

M. 
Davis, 

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4 
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burne. Ed. Bi-Mo 
De Chavannes, Puvi 

M. 13: 9-18 
Defoe, D 

34: 93 
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(Lond 
Detective 

A. H: 
Diamonds, - 


W. 9: 15 


Dickinson, W: 
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Doddridge, 


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Education, The 


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D. P> MacMillan 


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Cart 
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Edwards, Richard, educator. J: W. Cook. Sch. Ed. 
27: 286-9. Apos. 

Egypt, Ancient. The Papyrus Libbey in Toledo (O.) 
Art Museum. G: W. Stevens. il. Ohio M. 4: 
277-80. Ap0s. 

Electricity. Electro magnets and their lifting work. 
G: F: Stratton. il. Tech. W. 9: 141-7. Apos. 

— Household uses of. The Villa Feria Electra. H: M. 
Hyde. il. Tech. W. 9: 169-74. Apos. 

—in_ housekeeping, Use of. ‘Villa Féria Electra,” 
Paris, and its electric appliances. Edith S. Lees. 
il. Gd. House. 46: 477-81. My08. 

— Power transmission. G: F: Stratton. il. Tech. W. 
9: 237-45. My08. 

Electro-chemistry. Electrolytic reduction of organic 
substances. P. A. Houseman. Sci. Pro. 2: 589-97. 
Apos. 

Embroidery, Ecclesiastical featherwork, Early. G. Teall. 
il. Chris. Art 3: 38-41. ApO8. : 

Employers’ liability, interstate commerce, and the 
Supreme Court. T. Schroeder. Govt. 3: 151-69. 
Jevs. . 

English language. Composition need not be a bugbear. 
Margaret H. J. Lampe. Sch. Ed. 27: 183-6. jJavs, 
and following issues. 

— — Teaching and foundations of. B. C. Gregory. 
Sch. Ed. 27: 241-54. Mr08, and following issues. 

Englishmen in Canada. M. Acklom. Univ. M. 7: 171- 
98. Ap0s. 

Engraving. John Jones and his work. W.G. Menzies 
il. Connoisseur 20: 255-8. Ap08. 

— Thomas Watson and his work. W.G. Menzies. il. 
Connoisseur 21: 45-8. My0s. 

Exercise, How to keep well by. C:H. Cochrane. Met. 
M. 28: 145-9. My08. 

Exhibitions in museums and libraries, Value of. J: C 
Dana. il. Print. Art 11: 215-24. Jevs. 

Fairfax, Albert King, Lord. por. American citizen and 
banker. <A. Dangerfield. il. Pearson (N. Y.) 19: 
624-9. Je08 - 

Farming. Organizations of farmers and their results. 
E:C. Parker. il. Van N. 3: Je08, 89-96. 

Fessenden, W: Pitt. U. S. Congressman,—1869. W: 
Salter. Ann. Ia. 8: 321-43. ApOs8. 

Finance, American. Currency problem. J: P. ‘Ryan. 
il. Met. M. 27: 543-52. FOS. 

Stock exchange influence on America’s develop- 
J: P. Ryan il Met. M. 27: 746-55. MrOs. 
G. Willets. il Sroadw. 
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United States, and its Work. J: R. 
Smith, Jr. il. Tech. W. 9: 363-9. Jes. 
Trout, Golden, Appeal to save. D.5. Jordan. il. 
Sunset 21: 145-50. Jes 

Fletcher, Horace, and his method of mastication of food. 
por. M. William Gd. House. 46: 502-5. My0s8. 

Flies, Dissemination of disease by. Mary B. and L. E 
Theiss. Gd. House. 46: 491-4. My08. 

Plorence, Italy, and her builders. G. B. Brown. il. 
gurl. M. 143: 18-22. Ap08 

Florent V., Count of Holland, Claimant of Scottish 
Crown. H. Toll. Scot. His. R. 5: 304-12. Apos. 

Food. Canned goods, How to get the best. H. Wil- 
liams. Gd. House. 46: 425-31. Ap0S 

products, Americanizing the world’s. Work of Luther 
Burbank. A. H. Ford. il. Met. M. 27: 677-86 
Mr0s 
Forests, Natural reproduction of. H: S. Graves. For. 
(). 6: 115-37. Je0s. 
Taxation of woodland in Great Britain. Q. J. For. 2: 
4-24 Ja0s 
f U. S., Poles cut from. I. N. Greene. il. 
Tech. W. 9: 437-41. Jes. 
Forestry. Coppice conversion to high forests, Eastern 
France. A. F. Hawe i. For. Q. 6:151-7. Je0s. 
White House conference, Proposed, of governors of 
tates of U.S. il. For. & Irrig. 14: 245-42. My08 
White House conference, Proposed, of governors of 
the States of U.S. concerning. T: B. Hanley. il. 
Van N. 3: My08, 33-50. 





July, 1908 


Frazer, Gen. Persifor, Extracts from papers of. Pa. M. 
31: 447-51. O07. : 

French nobility in Canada. Blanche L. Macdonell. 
Univ. M. 7: 199-211. Ap0s8. 

Frogs, Raising, for profit. W. E. 
W. 9: 246-50. My08. 

Frost, Arthur Burdette, illustrator. P. 
Pearson (N. Y.) 19: 887-404. ApOs. 

Fruit farming in Oregon. H: M. Williamson. il. 
Mo. 19: 644-50. Je08. 

Fuller, Thomas, 1608—. por. W. 
(Lond.) 34: 99-102. Je08. 
Furniture, Oak, in Mrs. Behrens’s collection. H. 

fall. il. Connoisseur 21: 29-33. My08. 

— for summer home. T. Woodward. il. 
354-6.  Je08. 

Games. Diabolo, Theory of. 
562-71. ApO8. 

Gardens. Country home garden joys. Abbie I. John- 
son. il. Am. Homes 5: 142-6. Ap08. 

- Gates for bungalow gardens. il. Am. 
174-5. My0s. 

— Roof of house as garden possivility. 
il. Am. Homes 5: 101-5. Mr0s. 

— Streams and bridges in. Phebe W. Humphreys. il 
Am. Homes 5: 131-3. Ap08. 

- Suburban. C. B. Wynkoop. il. 
127-9. ApOs. 

Gases, Diffusion and entropy of. 
Pro. 2: 598-609. Ap08. ' 

Georgetown, S. C. Original plan and early settlers. 
H.A.M.Smith. plan. S.C. His. M.9:85-101. Ap0S8 

Germany. Municipal government. The Burgermeister. 
J. T. Bishop. Am. Pol. Sci. 2: 396-410. My0s8. 

Gnadenhitten, Ohio, pioneer town, and the Indian 

massacre of 1781. H. E. Martin. il. Ohio M. 4: 

306-10. Ap08. 

Revelation, Modes of. 

433-7. Je08. 

Gunnery. Shooting to hit with big guns. 
il. Tech. W. 9: 130-4. ApO8. 

Guns, Noiseless. Percy Maxim’s invention. P. H. 
Middleton. il. Tech. W. 9: 259-61. My0s. 
Gypsies, American, and their government by Stanley 

Adah D. Poince. il. Ohio M. 4: 413-8. My0s. 

Hague international peace congress, 1907, Work of. 
Am. J. Int. L. 2: 259-312. ‘“Ap0s. 

Hamilton, W: artist, and list of works. 
il. Connoisseur 21: 37-43. My0s. 

Hardy, Thomas, 1840 por. Bk. News 26:775-9. Je0s. 

Harrison, Gen. B. His great speech at Fort Meigs, 1840. 
O. Arch. Q. 17: 197-207. Ap0s. 

Health, Exercise necessary for. C: H. 
Met. M. 28: 145-9. My0Os. 

Heating and ventilation; modern methods. <A. G. King. 
i. Arch. & B. M. 40: 305-9. Ap08, and following 
issues. 

Henley, W: Ernest, poet and 
Bkman (Lond.) 34: 20-1. 

Heraldry, Ecclesiastical, Scotch. 
Reformation? J. H. Stevenson. il. 
5: 313-8. ApO08 

Heredity, Modern view of. 
7: 296-315. Ap08. 

Herrick, Rev. Robert, 1674, author. por. W. De la 
Mare. il. Bkman (Lond.) 34: 51-6. My0s. 

History. Coéperative history writing.» T. Seccombe. 
il. Bkman (Lond.) 34: 56-62. My0s. 

Hitchcock, Ethan Allen. H. E. Robinson. 
2: 173-87. Ap0s. 

Holland and its waterways. R. H. 
M 27: 575-89. FO8. 

Horses, Police, Education of, in New York. 
il. Van N. 3: My08, 54-74. 

— Training, Kindness in. E. C. 
G. 18: 148-6. Apos. 

Hospital architecture. Boston. Vincent memorial hospi- 
tal. il. plan. Brickb. 17: ApOs. 

Hospitals. N. Y. City. Fordham hospital. il. 
Brickb. 17: Je08. 

House furnishings. Mary Hodges. il. 
168-72.My08. 


Meehan. il. Tech. 
Maxwell. il. 
Pac. 
E. A. Axon. Bkman 
Mac- 
Sub. L. 6: 
C. V. Boys. Sci. Pro. 2: 


Homes 5: 


Esther Matson. 


House & G. 13: 


S. H. Burbury. Sci. 


God. A. Metcalf. Hom. R. 55: 


L. Wright. 


A. T. Spanton. 


Cochrane. il. 


moralist. F. 
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Did it exist before the 
Scot. His. R. 


Bickley. 


E. W. MacBride. Univ. M. 


Mo. His. R. 
Russell. il. Met. 
R. Sloss. 
Moses. il. House & 


plan. 


2 


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Houses, Apartment, Paris, Modern. G: B. Ford. il. 
plan. Brickb. 17: 101-38. My0s. 
— Building a house. J. L. Williams. il. 
46: 605-12. Je08, and following issues. 
— Country. The country home. il. plans. 
B. M. 40: 333-61. My0s8. 
— — English. ‘Papillon Hall.” il. 
15-8. 
— Home with a purpose. 5S. 
24: 7-9. Je08. 
— Lake Geneva, Wis. House of A. C. Bartlett. Vir- 
ginia Robie. il. plan. House B. 23: My08, 15-22. 
— Long Island country estates. R.Schermerhorn, 
Jr. il. House & G. 13: 82-4, 117-9. Mr08, ApO08. 
— Names suggested for. F.H.Sweet. House B. 23: 
My08, 33-4. 
— Colonial. F: C. Beach’s house, Stratford, Conn. C: 
Chauncey. il. plan. Am. Homes 5:135-41,153.Ap08. 
— Spencer Hall’s home, Water Witch, N. J.  C: 
Chauncey. il. plan. Am. Homes 5: 97-9. Mr08. 
— M. P. Slade’s seat, Mt. Kisco, N. Y. B. Ferree. 
il. Am. Homes 5: 125-30. Ap08. 
— ‘‘Casa-del-Ponte,’’ Rowayton, Conn. B. 
il. Am. Homes 5::219-24. Je08. 
— ‘House of the seven chimneys,” 
Mass. C. H. Claudy. il. plan. 
185-90. Je08. 
-— “Overloch,’” Wenham, Mass. 
Homes 5: 85-90. Mr08. 
Dutch, Ancient, in America. B. H. Allbee. il 
J. Am. His. 2: 285-96. Ap-—Je08. —Conn. M. 12° 
300-3. Ap—Je08. 
- with gardens; a So. California house. 
il. House & G. 13: 157-60. My08. 
- Historic. English manor-houses of early Renaissance. 
B.C. Flournoy. il. House & G. 13: 195-200. Je08 
— “Longleat,”” England. P. H. Ditchfield. il. House 
& G. 3: 149-56. My08. 
— The Wentworth house, 
Mary H. Northend. il. 
Mr08. 
— Los Angeles house of G. Cockran. il. plan. House B. 
24: 1-8. JeO8. 
— Nyack, N. Y. Van Wyck Rossiter’s residence. W. 
Williams. il. Am Homes 5: 91-3. Mr08. 
— Roof garden possibilities. Esther Matson. il. 
Homes 5: 101-5. Mr08. 
— Seashore. ‘‘Grey Rocks.” il. 
Ap0s, 23-4. — 
— Small, Good. il. plan. 
and following issues. 
—— Good. Cement block 
& G. 13: 201-2. Jes. 
— Summer. ‘Rocksym,”’ Greenwich, Conn. il. 
Am. Homes 5: 249-53. Je08. 
— J: M. Chapman’s residence, Montclair, N. J. il. plan. 
Am. Homes 5: 238-41. Je08. 
—H: M. Keedler’s residence, Chestnut Hill, Pa. W. 
Williams. il. plan. Am. Homes 5: 229-31. Je08. 
Hoveden, Thomas, -1895, artist. por. Florence F. 
Kelly. il. Broadw. 20: 329-36. Je08. 
Howard, Bronson, 1842-, dramatist. por. 
Bk. News 26: 595-601. Ap0O8. 
Howells, W: Dean, 1837-, author. pors. 
il. Bk. News 26: 729-31. Je08. 
- Story of his career. pors. H.W. Mabie, ct al. 
il. Bk. News 26: 733-41. JeO8. 
Hudson, Ohio, Reclaiming of, by J. W. Ellsworth. K. Kk 
Kitchen. il. Ohio M. 4: 311-6. Ap0Os8. 
Huguenots and their settlement in South Africa. M. 
Nathan. Af. Mo. 3: 562-70. My08, and following 
issues. 
Hunting. Wild beasts trained to hunt. 
il. Tech. W. 9: 148-52. Ap0s. 
Ibsen, Henrik, 1828-1906. pors. il. 
649-68. My0s. 
Illinois waterways, Improving. C: S. 
Tech. W. 9: 121-9. Apos. 
Illustrations in relation to typography. 
il.. Print. Art 11: 81-7. Ap0s. 
Immigration. United States. Problems of new Ameri- 
cans. M. Bloomfield. Govt. 3: 115-9. My08. 


Gd. House. 
Arch. & 
House B. 23: Ap08, 


Child. il. House B. 


Ferree. 


So. Yarmouth, 
House & G. 138: 


B. Ferree. il. Am. 


Elise Gallaudet. 


Harbor, R: #8. 
Homes 5: 106-9. 


Little 
Am. 


Am. 
plan. House B. 23: 
House & G. 13: 87-9. Mr08, 


house. il. plan. House 


plan. 


M. J. Moses. 
H. M. Alden. 


F. Thatcher. 
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C: . Catia. 





116 


Immortality and psychical research. J. 
Univ. M. 7: 316-42. Ap0os. 
— No question of. O. A. Smith. 
Ap0s. 
Impeachment, Law of, in U.S. D. 
Pol. Sci. 2: 378-95. My08. 
Indiana archives and history. 
55-62. JeO8. 
— Clay County reservoir war, 1854. 
Je0s. 
— horticultural society, The first. 
M. 4: 71-9. JeOs. 
Indians, American. Attack on Fort Dunlap. S. D. 
Cone. O. Arch. Q. 17: 64-72. Ja0S. 
— — Defense of Charlestown, N. H. (Fort No. 4). 
G. A. Gordon. Gran. Mo. 40:173-82. Ap-—My08. 
— — Flathead chiefs’ visit to St. Louis, 1832. C. T. 
Johnson. Wash. His. Q. 2: 195-205. Ap08. 
— — Fort Jefferson monument, Ohio, and what it com- 
memorates. QO. Arch. Q. 17: 112-31. Ap08 
— — The Gnadenhiitten, Ohio, slaughter of 1781. H. E. 
Martin. il. Ohio M. 4: 306-10. Ap08. 
— — S: Kirkland’s work in civilizingthem. J: P. Trow- 
bridge. Conn. M. 12: 241-4. Ap-—Je08. 
— W: Penn’s Indian policy and the bishop of Lon- 
don. C: P. Keith. il. Pa. M. 31: 385-92. O07. 
— Maj. Reno’s campaign. F. A. Hunt. il. Pac. 
Mo. 19: 431-48. Ap0s. 
—— Texas. Native tribes about E. Texas missions. 
A. E. Bolton. Tex. His. Q. 11: 249-76. Ap08. 
— War of 1858. T: W. Prosch. Wash. His. Q. 2: 
237-40. Ap0s. 
Industrial education, Effect of, on social interests of 
the people. G. Taylor. Man. Tr. 9: 281-4. Ap0Os. 
in elementary schools. F. M. Leavitt. Man. Tr. 
9: 377-84. Jevs. 
— schools. O. C. Schneider. Ed 
Je O8. 
Infantry officers, Horsemanship training for. 
il. Tech. W. 9: 155-60. Ap08. 
Insurance against sickness. (Germany’s workman’s com- 
pulsory insurance act. Olga Nethersole. Govt. 3: 
181-5. Je0s 
International law, Legal nature of. 
Am. J. Int. L. 2: 357-65 
— Science of. L. 
313-56. Ap0s. 
Interstate commerce, employers’ liabi 
preme Court. T.Schroeder. Go 
Iowa, Democratic party in, History of, 
Pelzer. Ia. J. 6: 163-246. ApO8 
Iron-rust, Prevention of. R. Bache 
416-21. Jes. 
Ironwork. ‘The ironsmith’s craft. J. M 
eur 21: 98-104. Jes 
Irrigation, Canadian. Calgary project. Agne 
il. For. & Irrig. 14: 258-65. My0s8. 
United States, Nort st. New projects of the 
ernment. C. Blanchard. il. Pa 
583-96. My08. 
United States, Western. 
R. R. Howard. il. Pac. } 
Italy, Modern, and 
21-8. ApO0S 
Jade. Mrs. D. Broughton. il. 
Je0s. 
Jamestown exposition, 
O. Arch. Q. 17: 173-92 
Japan and United States, Comparison of armies of. 
: R. Winchell Met. M. 27: 560-71. FOS 
Japan. Waka; and it ions. JI: Dooman. il 
Sp. Mis. 74: 265-8 


Java, Journey to. H:G. Bryant. il 
Apos. 
<4 


W. A. Hickson. 
Hom. R. 55: 255-8. 
Y. Thomas. Am. 
H. Lindley. Ind. M. 4: 
Ind. M. 4: 63-5. 


W.H. Ragan. Ind. 


Bi-Mo. 2: 389-404. 


N. Forest. 


W. W. Willoughby. 
Apt IS. 


Oppenheim. Am. J. Int. L. 2: 


and the Su- 


il 


Conno1 


‘ameron 


its progre 


Ohio day, 1907. 


Ap0s 


Sept. 11, 


Geog. Soc. Phila 
6: 33-47. 
Jesus Christ, Bodily re 


Hom. R 


urrection of 1, Si > 


Wilkinson 


Apos 


Resurrection. C: H. Parkhurst. Hom. R. 55 

200-3 Ar 

Johnson, 
j.K.Grant. il 


Collection of 


pictures, Philadelphia. 
eur 21:43-11. My0s, and 


Connoi 


Bulletin of Bibliography. 


Vol.5 No. 6 


Jones, John, engraver. W.G. Menzies. il. Connois- 
seur 20: 255-8. Ap08. 

Kansas, Early, Reminiscences of. A. E. 
His. 2: 249-54. Ap-—Je08. 

Kendall, Isaac, of Ashford, Conn., 1686-1773, and his 
descendants. Old N. W. 11: 124-7. Ap0s. 

Kenton. Simon, of Kentucky, Tradition of. | E. Beman. 
Am. His. M. 3: 309-14. My08. 

Kentucky and Ohio early settlers’ rivalry. O. Arch. Q. 
17: 30-5. Ja08. 

— Prehistoric people of. Z. F. 
My08, 19-30. 
Kindergarten movement in U. S., 

Dozier. Ed. Bi-Mo. 2: 352-61. Ap08. 
~— Program arranging and selecting. Harrietta M. Mills. 
Kind. M. 20: 170-6. Ja08, and following issues. 

— — ‘The chicken.””. Mary A. Proudfoot. il. Kind. 
M. 20: 307-15. Ap—My08. 

— Union, International, and its future. 
325-7, 331-5. Je08. 

King, Rufus, and the Missouri compromise. H. C. 
Hockett. Mo. His. R. 2: 211-20. Ap0s. 

Kirkland, S., 1741-1808. J: P. Trowbridge. 
M. 12: 241-4. Ap-—Je08. 

Kitchens, Planning and furnishing. R. C. 
il. plan. House B. 23: My08, 30-2. 

Knickerbocker trust company, Story of. 
Met. M. 28: 320-4. Je08. 

Labrador, Inner, Exploring. Mrs. L. Hubbard, Jr. il. 
Windsor 27: 554-61. Mr08. 

Lace. English pillow lace. M. Jourdain. il. Con- 
noisseur 20: 266-70. Ap08, and following issues. 

Lafayette, Letters of, to H: Laurens, 1777-80. S. C. 
His. M.9: 3-8. Ja08, and following issues. 

Lake steamers. The “City of Cleveland.” J. C. 
il. Ohio M. 4: 286-92. Ap08. 

Lamps, Hall hanging. Mary H. Northend. il. 
House. 46: 365-7. Ap08. 

Lancashire, Eng., 1745, March of Prince Charles’s High- 
landers through. J. Stafford. Scot. His. R. 5: 

* 285-96. Ap08. 

Latin textual criticism. W. 
274-85. Ap0s8. 

Lawrence, Sir Thomas, artist. J: W: 
House B. 23: Ap08, 19-20. 

Lawyers, Corporation, and their masterstrokes. H. N. 
Casson. il. Broadw. 20: 81-90. ApO8. 
Leicester, England, art gallery. A. Chester. il. 
sor 27: 556-90. Ap08 
Liberty underlaw. H.G. Otis. 
Libraries, Public, Exhibits in, Value of. 
il. Print. Art 11: 215-24. JeOs. 
Library architecture. Portland, Ore., city library. il. 

In. Arch. 51: MyO8. 
Seattle public library. il-plan. In. Arch.51: Jes. 
Syracuse, N. Y. University Carnegie library. il 
plan. Brickb. 17: My08. 

Life, Organic forms of, Origination. 
la. §: 343-58. ApO8. 

Lincoln, Abraham, and Stephen A. 
Nebraska bill. il. 
and following issues. 

Lithography, English, Early. 
Connoisseur 20: 235-45. 

Long, Edwin, artist, 1829 
27: 332-50. FO8. 

Long Island, N.Y. Country estates. R.Schermerhorn, 
Jr. il. House & G. 13: 82-4, 117-9. My08, ApO0s. 

Looking-glasses, Famous. Antoinette R. Perrett. il. 
Gd. House. 46: 625-9. Je08. 

“Lorna Doone,”’ The country of. 
Bk. News 26: 669-77. My08. 

Lucas, Gov. Robert, biography. 
160-72. ApO8. 

Lumber resources of Washington state. V. H. 
man. il. Pac. Mo. 19: 385-9. ApOs. 

Lynton, Eng., the land of “Lorna Doone.” 
Wharton. il. Kk. News 26: 669-77. 

McKinley, William, as man and president. 
with G: B. Cortelyou. J. Creelman. 

N.Y.) 19: 569-85. Je08. 


Case. 


J. Am. 


Smith. Ky. Reg. 6: 


History of. C. P. 


Kind. M. 20: 


Conn. 
Spencer, Jr. 


J. Cross. il. 


Mills. 


Gd. 


B. Anderson. Univ. M. 7: 


Pattison. il. 


Wind- 
Govt. 3: 97-106. My0s. 
J: C. Dana. 


C: A. White. Ann. 
Douglas and the 
Am. His. M. 3: 221-36. My08, 
Actresses. A. Moore. il. 
Apv0s. 


A. Chester. il. Windsor 


Anne H. Wharton. il. 


por. O. Arch. Q: 17: 


Beck 


Anne H. 

My08. 

Interview 
Pearson 





July, 1908 


McSweeny, Rev. Patrick Francis, 1838-1907, rector of 
St. Brigid’s church. E: McSweeny. Am. Cath. 
His. S. 19: 42-58. Mr08. 

Maggiore, Lake, Italy. E. Molson. 
Apos. 

Magnets, Electric, Use of, for lifting, in foundries. G: 
F: Stratton. il. Tech. W. 9: 141-7. Ap0s. 
Mahogany. Names of woods called mahogany. J: 

Gifford. For. & Irrig. 14: 196-8. Mr0s8. 

Manual training. Coping saw work. B. W. Johnson. 
il. Man. Tr. 9: 397-411. Je08. 

— — Course of study in. C. L. Boone. 
235-41. Ja08, and following issues. 

— — Elementary, Experiments in. H. W. Moore. il. 
Man. Tr. 9: 296-310. Ap0O8. 

— — Grade joinery, Aids to interest in. L.C. 
il. Man. Tr. 9: 417-21. Je08. 

——/in high schools. G. B. Morrison. 
211-21. Ja08, and following issues. 

~_ Study in development of transportation. W: R 
Ward. il. Man. Tr. 9: 392-6. Je08. 

Manuscripts, Illuminated, Exhibition at Burlington Fine 
Arts Club. R. E. Fry. Burl. M. 13: 128-9. Je08 

Mars, What we know of. P. Lowell. il. Windsor 27: 
483-8. Mr08. 

Masaccio, painter. R. Pantini. il. 
25-8. My08, and following issues. 

Maugham, W: Somerset, novelist. por. Bkman (Lond.) 
34: 90-1. JeO8. 

Medicine, Study of. Reform of curriculum. H. E. 
Armstrong. Sci. Pro. 2: 652-75. Ap08. 

Mental healing. Moral treatment of nervous disorders. 
S: McComb. Hom. R. 55: 266-8. Ap08. 

Mesmerism and public court trials. L. R. 
Govt. 3: 91-6. My08. 

Metal-work. High school course outline. C: A. Bennett. 
Man. Tr. 9: 335-9. Ap08. 

-~ Sheet. Home handicraft. 
House. 46: 647-50. Je08. 
Lessons in. Alice Williams. il. Gd. 

46: 518-20. My08, and following issues. 

Mexico, Kindergarten education in. E. L. 
Kind. M. 20: 291-5. Ap-—My0s. 

Mines and mining. Nevada’s mines and camps. J. M. 
Carroll. il. Sunset 21: 51-63. My0s8. 

Minto, J:, 1822 Reminiscences of. Ore. His. Q. 9: 
73-8. Mr0s8. 

Ministers of gospel, Reading for. W. L. 
Hom. R. 55: 442-4. Jes. 

Missions, Foreign. China and Philippines. W: H. 
Taft. Sp. Mis. 73: 345-9. My0s8. 

Missouri. Jefferson county rivers, and old landmarks. 
J: L. Thomas. Mo. His. R. 2: 188-94. Ap0s. 
Monaco, Prince of. Oceanographic expeditions. C. de 

Pratz. il. Windsor 27: 410-22. FO8. 

Money. U. S. currency problem. J: P. 
Met. M. 27: 543-52. FO8. 

Moose, and polar bear. L. Rhead. il. 
626-382. FO08. 

Mormonism and intoxicants. ‘T. Schroeder. 
M. 3: 237-49. My08, and following issues. 

Morton, Paul. por. C. P. Greneker. 
215-6. My0s. 

Motor-boats, Low-priced. H. W. 
6: 352-3. Je08. 

-as pleasure craft. W. L. 
720-9. Mr0s. 

Mounds and mound builders. Mary 

mound, Washington Co.,O. A. 
. Arch. Q. 17: 36-43. Ja08. 

Mountaineering. Canadian Rocky 
sources of Saskatchewan and 
Mary T.S. Shaffer. il. 
Apos. 

Municipal government. 
T. Bishop. Am. Pol. Sci. 2: 396-410. My08. 
Music. Its place in educational curriculum. H: W. 

Fairbank. Ed. Bi-Mo. 2: 464-9.  JeOs. 

Natal, Africa, Native problem in. Af. Mo. 3: 508-16. 

Ap0s. 
Indians in. 


Univ. M. 7: 286-92. 


Man. Tr. 9: 


Butler. 


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Connoisseur 21: 


Works. 
Alice Wilson. il. Gd. 
House. 


Earle. il. 


Anderson. 


Ryan. 
Met. M. 27: 


Am. His 


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Naval history, The personal factor in. A. T. Mahan. 
il. Windsor 27: 637-47. Ap08. 

— training. M. Adams. il. Windsor 27: 521-30. Mr0s. 

Negroes in U. S. A. Carnegie. Govt. 3: 131-49. 
Je0s. 

— — Education of. Prudence Crandall’s trial. Anna T. 
McCarron. Conn. M. 12: 225-32. Ap-—Je08. 

Nehalem Beach, Ore., Wax deposit of. O. F. Stafford. 
Ore. His. Q. 9: 24-41. Mr08. 

Nelson, David. Revolutionary soldier, pioneer, 1752- 
1829. il. Old N. W. 11: 77-94. Ap0s. 

Nettleton family in America. Julia A. Crocker. Conn. 
M. 12: 305-11. Ap-—Je08. 

Neutralization. E. Winslow. 
Apos. 

Nevada mines, Truth about. J. M. 
set 21: 51-63. My08. 

New Mexico. Americanization of the 
west U. S. Genn Curry. J. Am. 
Ap-Je08. 

New York City at night. S. 
309-12. Jes. 

—-— Shopping in. Mabel P. 
20: 65-72. Ap0s. 
—-— water supply. E: 
599-611. FOS. 
Newspapers. Calkins syndicate, 
methods. E. Emerson, Jr. il. 

21. Je08. 

— Early American. L. H. 
3: 293-314. My0s. 
Night riders and the tobacco war in U.S. 

il. Van N. 3: ApO8, 47-68. 

North Dakota. History and resources. 
Je08, 1-107. 

Numismatics. Contorniates. 
Burl. M. 13: 90-9. My08. 

Nursery furnishing and decorating. Sarah E. Ruggles. 
il. House & G. 13: 161-3. My08. 

Ocean. Oceanographic expeditions of the 
Monaco. C.de Pratz. il. Windsor 
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— Perils of the. F.T. Bullen. Windsor 27:731-4. My0s. 

Office buildings. N. Y. City. City investing building. 
il. plan. Arch. & B. M. 40: 379-91. JeO8. 

Ohio. Early settlements, Loramie and Pickawillany. il. 
O. Arch. Q. 17: 1-29. Ja08. 

— Forestry problems of an agricultural county. O. E. 
Baker. For. Q. 6: 138-50. Je08. 

— Indians and pioneer days in. C. Sears. il. 
M. 4: 357-72. My0s. 

Oil wells in the ocean, California. H. H. 
Tech. W. 9: 188-90. Ap0s. 

Opera, Grand, in America. J. 
643-9. FO8. 

Orchids, Quest and culture of. G. B. Mitchell. il. 
House & G. 13: 90-4, 121-6. Mr08, Ap08. 

Ordnance. Guns of modern warfare. G: Gregory. il. 
Met. M. 28: 123-31. My08. 

Oregon. Its beauties, and products. F: 
Pac. Mo. 19: 674-94. Je08. 

— History. Provisional government period, 1839-49. 
Marie M. Bradley. Ore. His. Q. 9: 42-72. Mr08. 

- pioneers. W: P. Matthews. Wash. His. Q. 2: 250-3. 
Apos. 

- Wild spots in. J. 
Je0s. 

Orient, Public opinion in the. 
4: 280-3. Ap0s. 

Ornaments, Antique, for women, Exhibition of, in Rome. 
Connoisseur 20: 226-32. Ap08. 

Oscar II. of Sweden, Reign of. J. Moritzen. 
171-80. Je0s. 

Painting. Water-colors, Wash method of handling. F. 
F. Frederick. il. Man. Tr. 9: 285-95. Ap08. 
Panama canal, Progress of the work. R. Crandall. i. 
Tech. W. 9: 353-62. Je08. 
Isthmus, canal, and church work. 
il. Sp. Mis. 73: 351-60. Myos. 

Paper-making from wood pulp. G: A. 
Van. N. 3: Je08, 51-8. 


Am. J. Int. L. 2: 366-86. 


Carroll. il. Sun- 


South- 
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Great 
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California, and its 
Pac. Mo. 19: 613- 


Weeks. il. Am. His. M. 
T: B. Hanly. 
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Katharine Esdaile. il. 


Prince of 
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Ohio 
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Lockley. il. 


Miller. il. Pac. Mo. 19: 


651-9. 


C: F. Thwing. Ohio M. 


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Paper milk bottles Tech. W. 9: 393-6. 


— pulp suggestions. New use for waste-paper. 
Papyrus, Early Egyptian, in Toledo Art Museum. G: W. 
Parish houses, Architecture of. 
Parker, Gilbert. Once at Red Man’s river, story. 
Pearls, Forcing 

W. 9: 425-30. 
Pennsylvania, 

Reminiscences of. 


the growth of 


Pergolas, Practical. 


Periodicals, Cath 
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Pewter. Collection of 
Mary H. Northend 


Manchester, 





Photographs j 
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Detroit industry. 





accom plishme 








Am. Homes 5 








Plays, Outdoor, Pr 


Poetry, Er gl sh 


Poets ar d. poe t 
Police, Horse 


anadian northw 
Pearson (N. Y.) 





Porcelain, (1 


and development 








Portrait painting 











Printing. Form of “removal notice.’ Prize award. il. 
Print. Art 11: 225-40. Je08. 

— Need of general intelligence in. H: T. Bailey. il. 
Print. Art 11: 145-52. My08. 

— Rubrication methods. Print. Art 11: 89-96. Ap0s. 

— Study of. M. W. Murray. il. Man. Tr. 9: 329-34. 
Apos. 

— Typography of poetry. H.L. Koopman. il. Print. 
Art 11: 153-60. My08 

Prohibition movement in U. S. and its workers. C. A. 
Phelps. il. Broadw. 20: 285-92. Je08. 

Pruning, Art of. C. L. Meller. il. House & G. 13: 
202-3. Je08. 

Psychical research and immortality. J. W A. Hickson. 
Univ. M. 7: 316-42. Apos. 

Puget Sound, The port of. J.B. Meikle. il. Pac. Mo. 
19: 345-61. ApO8. 

Rabbits, Fancy. C. H. Ellard. il. Sub. L. 6: 209-10. Ap0S 

Race question in Canada. F.W.Grey. Univ. M.7: 212 
30. Apos. 

Radioactivity. Radieactive elements and their proper- 


ties. A.T.Cameron. Sci. Pro. 2: 525-49. Ap0S 
Railroad stations, Village. il. plan. Brickb. 17: 104-5. 
My0ds. 


Railroads. Coperation of managers and train-men. 
Chic., St. P., Minneapolis, and Omaha experiment, 
and its saving. W. A. Campbell. il. Van. N. 3: 
TeO8, 103-8. 

— Government regulation of. W. W. Finley. Govt. 3: 
67-75. My08 

- Key West railroad viaduct completed to Knights Key. 
M.B. Claussen. il. Tech. W.9: 153-5. Ap0O8. 

— Ogden line’s improvements across the High Sierra 
R. Steele. il. Sunset 20: 577-91. ApOs. 

— Philippine Islands. P. E. Fansler. il. Van. N. 3: 
TeO8, 75-80. 

— of U.S. and the business depression, 1907-8. H.N. 
Casson. Broadw. 20: 161-9. My0s. 

- Washington state, Growth of. M. M. Mattison. il 
Pac. Mo. 19: 458-64. ApO8. 

Religions. Monotheism, The ancient Hebrew and Semi- 
tic. J. A. Kelso. Hom. R. 55: 426-33. Je08. 
Roads, Good, in Los Angeles, Cal., region. C: D. Dag- 

gett. Sunset 20: 598-601. ApO8. 

Robinson family genealogy. Va. M. 15: 445-9. Ap0& 

Rockville, Conn., anniversary. il. Conn. M. 12:167-208. 
Ap-Je08. 

Rocky Mountains, Canadian. Exploration of sources of 
Saskatchewan river. Mary T.S. Shaffer. il. Geog. 
Soc. Phila. 6: 48-62. Ap08 

Roe, Fred, artist. A. Chester. il. Windsor 27: 454 
73. Mr08. 

Roosevelt, Theodore, Address at the Conference of 


Governors, My08 For. & Irrig. 14: 298-302 
Jes. 7 

Ancestry of. Emma H. Bulloch. il. J. Am. His. 2 
225-34 Ap-—Je08 Same art., Conn. M. 12: 
281-90). Ap Te08 

Renunciation of third term. pors. J. Creelman. il 


Pearson (N. Y.) 19: 457-71.  My08. 

Roses, Summer blooming, How to have. E. E. Rex 
ford. il. Am. Homes 5: 242-3. Je08 

Ruskin, John, and influence with girls and women. L. A. 
Harker. Af. Mo. 3: 464-72. Ap08, and following 
1s uc 

St. Joseph, Mo., Spanish conquest of, 1781. C. W. 
Alvord. Mo. His. R. 2: 195-210. Ap08 

San Francisco, “al., Two years after fire. il. Sunset 
20: 545-62. ApOs ; 

Saskatchewan and Athabasca rivers, Canadian Rockie 
Mary T.S. Shaffer. il. Geog. Soc. Phila. 6: 48-62. 


ApOs. 

School architecture. High school rooms and manual 
training equipment. F. D. Crawshaw. il plans 
Man. Tr. 9: 422-34. JeO8. 

Marblehead, Ma grammar school. il. plan. 


Brickb. 17: My08 
New Castle, Pa., high school. il. plan In. Arch. 
51: Ap0s. 
rooms, and equipment for manual asa in 
high schools. F: D. Crawshaw. il. plans. Man. 
Tr. 9: 422-34 Je08. 





July, 1908 


Schools, Elementary, Mathematical work in. 
Meyers. Ed. Bi-Mo. 2: 295-343. Ap08s. 

— Superintendents’ meeting, Washington, D. C. 

d. 27: 281-6. Ap0s. 

Scotland, 17th century. Economic condition under the 
Commonwealth and the Protectorate. Theodora 
Keith. Scot. His. R. 5: 273-84. Ap0s. 

— in 1729. Roxburghshire mansion and its contents. 
A. O.Curle. Scot. His. R. 5: 265-72. Ap0s. 

Sculpture, Christian, of today. E. H. Short. il. Chris 
Art 5: 55-64. My08. 

Seals and sealing. St. John’s (N. B.) fleet. D. A. Willey. 
il. Met. M. 27: 697-708. Mr08. 

Sewall, Judge S:, Diary of. Lucy B. Sayles. 
M. 12: 249-51. Ap-Je0s. 

Shakespeare, W: ‘‘Punch’’ illustrations for, in 1855. 
Bk. News 26: 766-8. Je08. 

— festival at Stratford-on-Avon, 
747-68. My08. 

‘Shipping. Enemy merchant ships, Status of. 
Scott. Am. J. Int. L. 2: 259-70. Ap0s. 

— United States, Unprotection of. W: W. Bates. 
3: 29-45. Ap08. 

Silver and plated ware. St. Peter’s church, Vere St., 
London. Sacramental plate. A. F. G. L. Gower. il. 
Burl. M. 13: 137-42. e08. 

-- Silver plate, Jesus College, Oxford. E. A. Jones. il. 
Connoisseur 21: 12-8. My08. 

— Old. Sacramental vessels on old Holland churches. 
E. A. Jones. il. Burl. M. 13: 22-33. Ap0s. 
Slavery in Missouri. Bibliography. F. A. Sampson 
and W. C. Breckenridge. Mo. His. R. 2: 233-48. 

Apos. 

— in U. S. Stephen A. Douglas and the attempt to 
settle question of slavery in the territories, 1850-60. 
Wash. Tis. Q. 2: 209-32. Apos, and following issues. 

Smith, S: Francis, author of “‘America.’’ 1808—. Cen- 
tenary. J. Am. His. 2: 199-204. Ap-Je08. 

Socialism and anarchism. B. Brandenburg. il. 
20: 265-74. Je0s. 

—on East side, N. Y. City. K. Brown. 
Ap0s, 40-6. 

Soldiers, Training of. 


G: W 
Sch. 


Conn. 


1908. Windsor 27: 


j. B. 


Govt. 


Broadw. 
Van. N. 3: 


West Point before the war. S. 
W. Ferguson. il. Met. M. 28: 56-66. Ap08. 
South Carolina. Provincial congress, and secret com- 

mittee papers, 1775. S.C. His. M.9: 9-11. Ja08, 
and following issues. 
Spain, Old, Arts and crafts of. 
M. 13: 88-90. My08. 
Spofford, Harriet Prescott. The sorcery of Zoe, story. 
Broadw. 20: 357-64. Je08. ~ 
Stacpoole, H. De Vere, author. por. A. 
kman (Lond.) 34: 48-9. My08. 
Stadiums. Syracuse University stadium. il. 
B. M. 40: 310-7. Ap0s. 
Stained glass, History of. P.H. Ditchfield. il. 
Art 3: 3-22. Ap0s. 
Stark, Maj. Caleb, in Ohio. G: H. Twiss. il. 
0. 17: 150-9. Ap0s. 
State legislative power, 
D. Barnett. 


A. Van de Put. Burl. 


Gibson. 
Arch. & 

Chris. 
O. Arch. 


Delegation of, 

Am. Pol. Sci. 2: 347-77. My08. 

Steamships, Lake. The ‘City of Cleveland.” J. C, 
Mills. il. Ohio M. 4: 286-92. Ap08. 

Stedman, Edmund Clarence. por. A. B. Paine. 
son (N. Y.) 19: 433-7. Ap08. 

Steel manufacture, Influence of tariff on. E: 
il. Van. N. 3: Je08, 81-8. 

Stencilling for home decoration. 
Homes 5: 151-3. Ap08. 

Stevenson, Robert at 1850-94. por. il. Bk. 
26: 684-88, 726. My08. 

Street railroads. Car betie, Washington, D. C. 
Brickb. 17: Ap08. 
Submarine boats of U. S. navy. J. 
Tech. W. 9: 325-30. Ap0s. 
Summer-schools, Religious, in America. 
il. Hom. R. 55: 421-6. Je08. 
Sun dials, Homemade. Adelia B. Beard. il. 
46: 368-71. Apos. 

Surgery, Modern, Miracles of. R. Sloss. il. 
225-32. My08. 

Swamps, Drawing of, by U.S. government. C. F. Carter. 
il. Tech. W. 9: 381-9. Je08. 


by Congress. 


Pear- 
S. Meade. 
E: Fesser. il. Am. 
News 
il. plan. 
W. Moultrie. il. 
S. P. Cadman. 
Gd. House. 


Broadw. 20: 


Bulletin of Bibliography. 


119 


Sweden. 
171-80. Je08. 

Syracuse, N. Y. University stadium. il. 
40: 310-17. Apos. 

Taft, W: H., as presidential candidate. rs. 
Hitchcock. il. Met. M. 28: 179-89. My08. 

— Why he should be nominated for president of U. 

r. S:L. Powers. Govt. 3: 11-20. Ap0s. 

Tarif. Protection and politics. A. Macphail. Univ. M. 
-7: 238-55. Ap0s. 

— South Africa’s problem. D. A. W. Causland. Af. 
Mo. 3: 439-51. Ap08, and following issues. 

ae ae. L. Rhead. il. Met. M. 28: 195-204. 


J. Moritzen. Govt. 3: 


ae of Oscar II. 


Arch. & B. M 
P.. Hi. 


Taylor _ Campbell, artist. 
Windsor 27: 699-714. My08. 


R. C. Teafford.. i. 


por. 


Af. Mo. 3: 


1846-1908. por. 


Taylor, Maj.-Gen. Zachary. Ky. Reg. 6: es. 11-15. 

Temperance movement in S. C. A. Phelps. il 

Broadw. 20: 285-92. Je08. 

Tennyson, Alfred. Portrait of, by Millais. Db. GS. 
MacColl. Burl. M. 13: 127-8. Je08. 

Texas. Government, Inauguration of provisional, 1865. 
C: W. Ramsdell. Tex. His. Q. 11: 277-317. Ap08. 

Theatre buildings, American. alcony construction. 
C.H. Blackall. il. plan. Brickb. 17: 89-92. My08. 

American. Safety from fire. C. H. Blackall. il. 
Brickb. 17: 111-14. Je08. 

Theatres, American. Heating and ventilation. C. H. 
Blackall. il. Brickb. 17: 67-70. Ap0s. 

Theology, Education in. The practical side. G. W. 
Fiske. Hom. R. 55: 336-41. My08. 

Tobacco raising in U. S. and the night riders. T. B. 
Hanly. il. Van. N. 3: Ap08, 47-68. 

Towers. Conical towerat Zimbabwe, So. Africa. R. N. 
Hall. Af. Mo. 3:973-8. Ap08, and following 
issues. 

Trade unions. American federation of labor and its plans 
to have laws enacted. T. Burke. il. Van N. 3: 
Je08, 59-63. 

Transvaal, So. Africa, Boer occupation of. 

574-81. My0s. 

Trees. Beechwood yield i in Great Britain. H. R. Beevor. 
il. Q. J. For. 2: 1-4. Ja0s. 

— Pruning, Art of. C. L. Meller. il. House & G. 
13: 202-3. Je0s. 

Trimple, Rodney Telfair. Old N. W. 
11: 106-11. Apos. 

Tristan da Cunha, volcanic South Sea islands. J. A. 
Benson. il. Pac. Mo. 19: 572-6. My08. 

Tuberculosis. Can it be stamped out? A. H. Cole. 
Ed. Bi-Mo. 2: 474-81. Je08. 

Twins, Bantu customs and superstitions concerning. 
A. Werner. Af. Mo. 3: 590-9. My08. 

United States Army, compared with Japan’s. J: R. Win- 
chell. il. Met. M. 27: 560-71. FO08. 

—-— Neglect of, by government. R. Hughes. il. 
Broadw. 20: 321-8. Je08. 

—_— a eakness of. R. Hughes. il. Broadw. 20: 31-40. 
Ap0s 

— — West Point military academy before the war. S. 
W. Ferguson. il. Met. M. 28: 56-66. Ap0s. 

— Central. Frontier life in 1780-98. Clara P. Ohler. il. 
J. Am. His. 2: 297-314. Ap—Je08. 

— — Upper —_—* x river region landscape, soils, and 

resources Fultz. il. Sch. Ed. 27: 295-303. 


Ap08, and following issues. 

— Civil War. Iowa troops in Missouri. 
Curtis. Ann. Ia. 8: 358-67. Ap08s. 

—-— Missouri bibliography. F. A. Sampson and 
W.C. Breckenridge. Mo. His. R. 2: 233-48. Ap08. 

—— “Ohio raid’ and J: Morgan. O. Arch. Q. 17: yom 
59. Ja08. 

— — reminiscences. 
Apos. 

— Commerce and labor, Department of. Plans and poli- 
cies. O.S. Strauss. ovt. 3: 3-10. Ap0s. 

— Congress. Non-partisan. R. W. Woolley. il. 
3: Je08, 97-102. 

— Constitutional government of. H. 
97-106. My0s8. 

— Declaration of independence, Foregleams of, in 13th 
a J. J. Walsh. Am. Cath. His. S. 19: 59-65. 
Mr08. 


1861. S: R. 


W. Lewis. Mo. His. R. 2: 221-31. 
Van N. 


G. Otis. Govt. 3: 





120 


United States fish commission and its work. 
Smith, Jr. il. Tech. W. 9: 363-9. Je08- 

— Forest preservation, and care in coal mining needed. 
T. B. Hanly. il. Van N. 3: My05, 33-50. 

— Fuel — of. I. C. White. For. & Irrig. 14: 308- 
13. e08. 

— History. Early struggles of Europe for control of 
America and Caribbean Sea. il. maps. J. Am. His. 2: 
315-38. Ap—Je08. —Conn. M: 12: 254-64. Ap—Je08. 

— Indian war of 1858. T: W. Prosch. Wash. His. Q. 
2: 237-40. Ap0s. 

— Legislation, Current, of the States. 
Schaffner. Am. Pol. Sci. 2: 255-73. 
lowing issues. 

— Life in, 1752, 1784. ] 

— Mineral supplies of. A. Carnegie. 
303-8. Jes. 

— Natural resources, Conservation of. Governors’ con- 
ference at White House, Proposed. For. & Irrig. 14: 
235-42. My08. 

— — Conservation of. Governors’ conference at White 
House, May, 1908. For. & Irrig. 14: 291-348. Je08. 

— — Governors’ conference, proposed. Ira E. Bennett. 
il. Pac. Mo. 19: 513-9. My08. 

— — Conservation of, Need of. Lydia A. 
For. & Irrig. 14: 266-9. My08. 

— naval academy, Annapolis, Md., New home of. W. 
Fawcett. il. Tech. W. 9: 206-8. Ap08. 

— navy, Defense of, reply to Reuterdahl. W. L. Capps. 
il. Sunset 21: 20-7. My08, and following issues. 

— — Fleet in San Francisco bay. H. A. Evans. il. Sun- 
set 21: 1-18. My08. 

—-—A million a month to keep up the Pacific fleet. 
J.D. Phelan. Sunset 21: 28687. My08. 

— — Reply to the Reuterdahl charges. W. L. Capps. 
il. Sunset 21: 163-72. Je08. 

Northwest. Columbia river improvement. F: G. 
Young. Ore. His. Q. 9: 79-94. Mr08. 

President, Why Taft should be nominated. por. S: L. 
Powers. Govt. 3: 11-20. Ap08. 

Presidential nominating conventions. C: 
il. Met. M. 28: 239-51. Je08. 

Revolution. Battle of Brandywine, Before and after. 
T: Sullivan. Pa. M. 31: 406-18. O07. 

— British invasion, Westernmost point, Phoenix- 
ville, Pa. S. W. Pennypacker. 11. Pa. M. 31: 
393-405. O07 

— — Decisive battles and Southern heroism. C: H: 
Todd. J. Am. His. 2: 277-83. Ap—Je08. 

— — Loyalist ballads of. D. E. Mowry. Am. His. M. 3: 
251-62. My08. 

— — Persecution of opponents of Declaration of Inde- 

mdence. X. A. Welton. J. Am. His. 2: 339-47, 
Ap-Je08. 

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