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A Complete
Classified List of Books
Pamphlets, Etc., Published Exclusively by
The Open Court Publishing Co.

Including also a few valuable importations.

With Author and Title Index October, 1905

[Illustration: ΗΘΟΣ ΑΝΘΡΩΠΩι ΔΑΙΜΩΝ

“Character is man’s destiny.”]


_CONTENTS_

PAGE
BIOLOGY, EVOLUTION, ETC. 2
MATHEMATICS, MECHANICS, PHYSICS 3, 4
PHILOSOPHY, PSYCHOLOGY AND LANGUAGE 4, 5, 6
HISTORY OF RELIGION & ORIENTAL WORKS 6, 7, 8, 9
ETHICS AND RELIGION 9, 10
FICTION AND MISCELLANEOUS WORKS 10, 11
THE RELIGION OF SCIENCE LIBRARY 11, 12, 13, 14, 15

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TITLE LIST OF THE OPEN COURT PUBLICATIONS, WITH AUTHOR and TITLE INDEX,
PRICES and ORDER NUMBERS


Biology, Evolution, Etc.


COPE, E. D., Ph. D.

=219. THE PRIMARY FACTORS OF ORGANIC EVOLUTION=, by E. D. Cope, Ph. D.,
Member of the United States National Academy of Sciences; Professor of
Zoölogy and Comparative Anatomy in the University of Pennsylvania. Second
edition. 1904. 121 illustrations. Pp. 550. Cloth $2.00 net. (10s.).


DE VRIES, HUGO

=332. SPECIES AND VARIETIES, THEIR ORIGIN BY MUTATION=, Lectures delivered
at the University of California by Hugo de Vries, Professor of Botany
in the University of Amsterdam. Edited by Daniel Trembly MacDougal,
Assistant Director of the New York Botanical Garden. 1905. Pp. xviii.,
847. $5.00 net. (21s. net.)

=332a. FRAMING PORTRAIT OF HUGO DE VRIES=, Platino finish. Size, 10“×12”;
unmounted. Price, postpaid, $1.00. (4s. 6d. net.)


HUEPPE, DR. FERDINAND

=257. THE PRINCIPLES OF BACTERIOLOGY=, by Dr. Ferdinand Hueppe, Professor
of Hygiene in the University of Prague. Authorized translation from the
German by Dr. E. O. Jordan, Assistant Professor of Bacteriology in the
University of Chicago. 1899. Pp. xi., 465. $1.75 net. (9s.).


ROMANES, GEORGE JOHN, M. A., LL. D., F. R. S.

=240. AN EXAMINATION OF WEISMANNISM=, by George John Romanes, M. A., LL.
D., F. R. S., Honorary Fellow of Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge.
Second edition. 1899. Pp. ix., 221. Cloth $1.00 net.

=237. DARWIN AND AFTER DARWIN=, An Exposition of the Darwinian Theory and
a Discussion of Post-Darwinian Questions, by George John Romanes, M.
A., LL. D., F. R. S., Honorary Fellow of Gonville and Caius College,
Cambridge. Three volumes. $4.00 net.

=238.= PART I. =THE DARWINIAN THEORY.= Third edition. 1901. Pp. xiv.,
460. Cloth $2.00.

=239.= PART II. =POST-DARWINIAN QUESTIONS: HEREDITY AND UTILITY.= Second
edition. 1897. Pp. xii., 344. Cloth $1.50.

=252.= PART III. =POST-DARWINIAN QUESTIONS: ISOLATION AND PHYSIOLOGICAL
SELECTION.= 1897. Pp. 181. Cloth $1.00.


SHUTE, D. KERFOOT, A. B., M. D.

=276. A FIRST BOOK IN ORGANIC EVOLUTION=, by D. Kerfoot Shute, A. B., M.
D., Ophthalmic Surgeon to the University Hospital (Columbian), Professor
of Anatomy in the Columbian University. 1899. 39 illustrations. Pp. xvi.,
285. Cloth $2.00 net. (7s. 6d. net.)


VON NÄGELI, CARL

=300. A MECHANICO-PHYSIOLOGICAL THEORY OF ORGANIC EVOLUTION=, by Carl von
Nägeli. Summary. 1898. Pp. 53. Cloth 50c net. (2s. 6d. net.)


WEISMANN, AUGUST

=299. ON GERMINAL SELECTION=, as a Source of Definite Variation, by August
Weismann. Translated from the German by Thomas J. McCormack. Second
edition. 1902. Pp. 87. Cloth 60c net. (3s. net.)




Mathematics, Mechanics, Physics


DEDEKIND, RICHARD

=287. ESSAYS ON THE THEORY OF NUMBERS. I. CONTINUITY AND IRRATIONAL
NUMBERS. II. THE NATURE AND MEANING OF NUMBERS=, by Richard Dedekind.
Authorized translation by Wooster Woodruff Beman, Professor of
Mathematics in the University of Michigan. 1901. Pp. 115. Cloth 75c net.
(3s. 6d. net.)


DE MORGAN, AUGUSTUS

=271. ELEMENTARY ILLUSTRATIONS OF THE DIFFERENTIAL AND INTEGRAL
CALCULUS=, by Augustus DeMorgan. New edition. 1899. Pp. viii., 144. Cloth
$1.00 net. (4s. 6d. net.)

=264. ON THE STUDY AND DIFFICULTIES OF MATHEMATICS=, by Augustus
DeMorgan. Second reprint edition. 1902. Pp. viii., 288. Cloth $1.25 net.
(4s. 6d. net.)


FINK, DR. KARL

=272. A BRIEF HISTORY OF MATHEMATICS.= An authorized translation of Dr.
Karl Fink’s Geschichte Der Elementar-Mathematik, by Wooster Woodruff
Beman, Professor of Mathematics in the University of Michigan, and David
Eugene Smith, Professor of Mathematics in Teachers’ College, Columbia
University. Second revised edition. 1903. Pp. xii., 343. Cloth $1.50 net.
(5s. 6d. net.)


HILBERT, DAVID, Ph. D.

=289. THE FOUNDATIONS OF GEOMETRY=, by David Hilbert, Ph. D., Professor
of Mathematics, University of Göttingen. Authorized translation by E.
J. Townsend, Ph. D., University of Illinois. 1902. Pp. vii., 143. Cloth
$1.00 net. (4s. 6d. net.)


LAGRANGE, JOSEPH LOUIS

=258. LECTURES ON ELEMENTARY MATHEMATICS=, by Joseph Louis Lagrange. From
the French by Thomas J. McCormack. Second edition. 1901. Pp. 172. Cloth
$1.00 net. (4s. 6d. net.)


MACH, ERNST

=230. POPULAR SCIENTIFIC LECTURES=, by Ernst Mach, formerly Professor of
Physics in the University of Prague, now professor of the History and
Theory of Inductive Science in the University of Vienna. Translated by
Thomas J. McCormack. Third edition. Revised and enlarged, with 59 cuts
and diagrams. 1898. Pp. 415. $1.50 net. (7s. 6d.).

=229. THE SCIENCE OF MECHANICS=, A Critical and Historical Account of
its Development, by Ernst Mach, Professor of the History and Theory of
Inductive Science in the University of Vienna. Translated from the German
by Thomas J. McCormack. Second revised and enlarged edition, with 259
cuts and illustrations. 1902. Pp. xx., 605. Cloth $2.00 net. (9s. 6d.
net.)


ROW, T. SUNDARA

=284. GEOMETRIC EXERCISES IN PAPER FOLDING=, by T. Sundara Row. Edited
and revised by Wooster Woodruff Beman, Professor of Mathematics in the
University of Michigan, and David Eugene Smith, Professor of Mathematics
in Teachers’ College of Columbia University. With 87 illustrations. 1901.
Pp. xiv., 148. Cloth $1.00 net. (4s. 6d. net.)


SCHUBERT, HERMANN

=266. MATHEMATICAL ESSAYS AND RECREATIONS=, by Hermann Schubert,
Professor of Mathematics in the Johanneum, Hamburg, Germany. From the
German, by Thomas J. McCormack. Second edition. 1903. 37 cuts. Pp. 149.
Cloth 75c net. (3s. 6d. net.)


SMITH, PROF. DAVID EUGENE

=202c. PORTRAITS OF MATHEMATICIANS.= Edited by Prof. David Eugene Smith,
Teachers’ College, Columbia University. New York. 1905. 12 Portraits on
Imp. Jap. Vellum, $5.00; 12 Portraits on Am. Plate Paper, $3.00.


WITHERS, JOHN WILLIAM, Ph. D.

=335. EUCLID’S PARALLEL POSTULATE: ITS NATURE, VALIDITY AND PLACE IN
GEOMETRICAL SYSTEMS.= Thesis presented to the Philosophical Faculty of
Yale University for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy, by John William
Withers, Ph. D., Principal of the Yeatman High School, St. Louis, Mo.
1905. Pp. vii., 192. Cloth, net $1.25. (4s. 6d. net.)




Philosophy, Psychology and Language


BERKELEY, GEORGE

=307. A TREATISE CONCERNING THE PRINCIPLES OF HUMAN KNOWLEDGE=, by George
Berkeley. Reprint edition. 1901. Pp. xv., 128. Cloth 60c net. (3s. net.)

=308. THREE DIALOGUES BETWEEN HYLAS AND PHILONOUS=, by George Berkeley.
Reprint edition. 1901. Pp. vi., 136. Cloth 60c net. (3s. net.)


BINET, ALFRED

=296. ON DOUBLE CONSCIOUSNESS=, Experimental Psychological Studies, by
Alfred Binet. New edition. 1896. Pp. 89. Cloth 50c net. (2s. 6d. net.)

=201. THE PSYCHIC LIFE OF MICRO-ORGANISMS=, A Study in Experimental
Psychology, by Alfred Binet. Reprint. 1897. 75c. (3s. 6d.). Pp. xii., 120.

=270. THE PSYCHOLOGY OF REASONING=, based on Experimental Researches in
Hypnotism, by Alfred Binet, Doctor of Science, Laureate of the Institute
(Académie des Sciences and Académie des Sciences Morales), Director
of the Laboratory of Physiological Psychology in the Sorbonne (Hautes
Études). Translated from the second French edition by Adam Gowans Whyte,
B. Sc. 1899. Pp. 191. 75c net. (3s. 6d.).


CARUS, PAUL

=204. FUNDAMENTAL PROBLEMS=, the Method of Philosophy as a Systematic
Arrangement of Knowledge, by Paul Carus. Third edition. 1903. Pp. xii.,
373. Cloth, $1.50. (7s. 6d.).

=312. KANT’S PROLEGOMENA TO ANY FUTURE METAPHYSICS.= Edited in English by
Paul Carus. With an Essay on Kant’s Philosophy, and Other Supplementary
Material for the Study of Kant. 1902. Pp. 301. Cloth 75c net. (3s. 6d.
net.)

=303. KANT & SPENCER, A STUDY OF THE FALLACIES OF AGNOSTICISM=, by Paul
Carus. Pp. 105. Cloth 50c net. (2s. 6d. net.)

=210. MONISM AND MELIORISM=, A Philosophical Essay on Causality and
Ethics, by Paul Carus. 1885. Pp. 83. Paper, 50c. (2s. 6d.).

=208. PRIMER OF PHILOSOPHY=, by Paul Carus. Revised edition. 1899. Pp.
vi., 242. Cloth, $1.00. (5s.).

=213. (a) THE PHILOSOPHY OF THE TOOL.= Pp. 24. 10c. (6d.). =(b) OUR NEED
OF PHILOSOPHY.= Pp. 14. 5c. (3d.) =(c) SCIENCE A RELIGIOUS REVELATION.=
Pp. 21. 5c. (3d.). By Paul Carus.

=207. THE SOUL OF MAN=, an Investigation of the Facts of Physiological
and Experimental Psychology, by Paul Carus, with 182 illustrations and
diagrams. Third edition. 1905. Pp. 482. Cloth, $1.50 net. (6s. net.)

=290. THE SURD OF METAPHYSICS=, An Inquiry into the Question =ARE THERE
THINGS-IN-THEMSELVES?= by Paul Carus. 1903. Pp. vi., 233. $1.25 net. (5s.
6d. net.)


DEANE, SIDNEY NORTON, B. A.

=324. ST. ANSELM PROSLOGIUM; MONOLOGIUM=; An Appendix in Behalf of the
Fool, by Gaunilon, and Cur Deus Homo, translated from the Latin by Sidney
Norton Deane, B. A. With an Introduction, Bibliography and Reprints of
the Opinions of Leading Philosophers and Writers on the Ontological
Argument. 1903. Pp. xxxv., 288. Cloth, net $1.00.


DESCARTES, RENÉ

=301. DISCOURSE ON THE METHOD OF RIGHTLY CONDUCTING THE REASON AND
SEEKING TRUTH IN THE SCIENCES=, by René Descartes. Translated from the
French and Collated with the Latin by John Veitch, LL. D., late professor
of Logic and Rhetoric in the University of Glasgow. Authorized reprint.
1899. Pp. vi., 87. Cloth 60c net. (3s. net.)

=310. THE MEDITATIONS AND SELECTIONS FROM THE PRINCIPLES= of René
Descartes. (1596-1650.) Translated by John Veitch, LL. D., late Professor
of Logic and Rhetoric in the University of Glasgow. With a Preface,
Copies of Original Title Pages, a Bibliography and an Essay on Descartes’
philosophy, by L. Lévy-Bruhl, Maître de Conférences in the Sorbonne.
1901. Pp. xxx., 248. Cloth 75c net. (3s. 6d. net.)


DE SPINOZA, BENEDICTUS

=346. THE PRINCIPLES OF DESCARTES’ PHILOSOPHY=, by Benedictus De Spinoza
(the Philosopher’s Earliest Work). Translated from the Latin with an
Introduction by Halbert Hains Britan, Ph. D. Pp. lxxxi, 177. Price,
cloth, 75c net; mailed, 85c. (3s. 6d. net.)


GARBE, RICHARD

=223. THE PHILOSOPHY OF ANCIENT INDIA=, by Richard Garbe, Professor in
the University of Tuebingen. 1897. Pp. 89. Cloth 50c net. (2s. 6d. net.)


HERING, PROF. EWALD

=298. ON MEMORY AND THE SPECIFIC ENERGIES OF THE NERVOUS SYSTEM=, by
Prof. Ewald Hering. Third edition. 1902. Pp. 50. Cloth 50c net. (2s. 6d.
net.)


HUME, DAVID

=305. AN ENQUIRY CONCERNING HUMAN UNDERSTANDING=, by David Hume.
Reprinted from the edition of 1777. With Hume’s Autobiography and a
Letter from Adam Smith. 1900. Pp. xxv., 180. Cloth 60c net. (3s. net.)

=306. AN ENQUIRY CONCERNING THE PRINCIPLES OF MORALS=, by David Hume.
Reprinted from the edition of 1777. 1900. Pp. 169. Cloth 60c net. (3s.
net.)


INGRAHAM, ANDREW

=322. SWAIN SCHOOL LECTURES=, by Andrew Ingraham, late Head-Master of the
Swain Free School, New Bedford, Mass. 1903. Pp. 197. Net $1.00.


LÉVY-BRUHL, LUCIEN

=273. HISTORY OF MODERN PHILOSOPHY IN FRANCE=, by Lucien Lévy-Bruhl,
Maître de Conférences in the Sorbonne, Professor in the École Libre des
Sciences Politiques, with portraits of the leading French philosophers.
1899. Pp. 500. $3.00 net. (12s. net.)


MACH, DR. ERNST

=250. CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE ANALYSIS OF THE SENSATIONS=, by Dr. Ernst
Mach, formerly Professor of Physics in the University of Prague,
now Professor of the History and Theory of Inductive Science in the
University of Vienna. Translated by C. M. Williams, with 37 cuts. 1897.
Pp. xi., 208. $1.25 net. (6s. 6d.).


MONTGOMERY, DR. GEORGE R.

=311. LEIBNIZ DISCOURSE ON METAPHYSICS=, Correspondence with Arnauld and
Monadology. With an Introduction by Paul Janet, Member of the French
Institute. Translated from the Originals by Dr. George R. Montgomery.
1902. Pp. xxi., 272. Cloth 75c net. (3s. 6d. net.)


MÜLLER, F. MAX

=231. THREE INTRODUCTORY LECTURES ON THE SCIENCE OF THOUGHT=, delivered
at the Royal Institution, London, during the month of March, 1887, by F.
Max Müller, with an Appendix which contains a Correspondence on =THOUGHT
WITHOUT WORDS= between F. Max Müller and Francis Galton, the Duke of
Argyll, George J. Romanes and Others. 1888. Pp. 128. Cloth 75c. (3s.
6d.).

=232. THREE LECTURES ON THE SCIENCE OF LANGUAGE=, delivered at the Oxford
University Extension Meeting, with a supplement, =MY PREDECESSORS=, by F.
Max Müller. Third edition. 1899. Pp. 112. Cloth 75c. (3s. 6d.).


NOIRÉ, LUDWIG

=297. ON THE ORIGIN OF LANGUAGE, AND THE LOGOS THEORY=, by Ludwig Noiré.
Second unaltered edition. 1899. Pp. 57. Cloth 50c net. (2s. 6d. net.)


POWELL, J. W.

=263. TRUTH AND ERROR=, or the Science of Intellection, by J. W. Powell.
1898. Pp. 423. $1.75. (7s. 6d.).


RIBOT, TH.

=235. THE DISEASES OF PERSONALITY=, by Th. Ribot, Professor of
Comparative and Experimental Psychology in the Collège de France.
Authorized translation. Third revised edition. 1898. Pp. 157. Cloth 75c.
(3s. 6d).

=236. THE DISEASES OF THE WILL=, by Th. Ribot, Professor of Comparative
and Experimental Psychology in the Collège de France. Authorized
translation from the eighth French edition, by Merwin-Marie Snell. Second
enlarged English edition. 1896. Pp. vi., 121. Cloth 75c. (3s. 6d.).

=279. THE EVOLUTION OF GENERAL IDEAS=, by Th. Ribot, Professor in the
Collège de France. Authorized translation from the French by Frances A.
Welby. 1899. Pp. xi., 231. Cloth $1.25. (5s.).

=234. THE PSYCHOLOGY OF ATTENTION=, by Th. Ribot, Professor of
Comparative and Experimental Psychology in the Collège de France.
Authorized translation. Fourth revised edition. 1898. Pp. 121. Cloth 75c.
(3s. 6d.).


STANLEY, HIRAM M.

=274. PSYCHOLOGY FOR BEGINNERS=, an Outline Sketch, by Hiram M. Stanley,
Member American Psychological Association, Author of “Evolutionary
Psychology of Feeling” and “Essays on Literary Art.” 1899. Pp. 44. Boards
40c net. (2s.).


TOPINARD, PAUL

=269. SCIENCE AND FAITH OR MAN AS AN ANIMAL, AND MAN AS A MEMBER OF
SOCIETY=, with a =DISCUSSION OF ANIMAL SOCIETIES=, by Paul Topinard, late
General Secretary of the Anthropological Society of Paris and some time
Professor in the School of Anthropology. Translated from the Author’s
Manuscript by Thomas J. McCormack. 1899. Pp. 361. $1.50 net. (6s. 6d.
net.)

=202a. PHILOSOPHICAL PORTRAIT SERIES.= 43 portraits, on plate paper,
$6.25 (30s.). Single portraits, on plate paper, 25c (1s. 6d.).

=202b. PSYCHOLOGICAL PORTRAIT SERIES.= 25 portraits, on Japanese
paper, $5.00 (24s.) per set; plate paper, $3.75 (18s.) per set. Single
portraits, on Japanese paper, 50c (2s. 6d.); single portraits, on plate
paper, 25c (1s. 6d.).

=202. PHILOSOPHICAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL PORTRAIT SERIES.= 68 portraits on
plate paper, $7.50 (35s.) per set.




History of Religion, and Oriental Works


BUDGE, E. A. WALLIS, M. A., Litt. D., D. Lit.

=317. A HISTORY OF EGYPT=, From the End of the Neolithic Period to the
Death of Cleopatra VII, B. C. 30, by E. A. Wallis Budge, M. A., Litt. D.,
D. Lit., Keeper of the Egyptian and Assyrian Antiquities in the British
Museum. Richly illustrated. 8 vols. Cloth $1.25 each, 8 vols. net $10.00.
1902.

=226. THE BOOK OF THE DEAD=, an English translation of the Chapters,
Hymns, etc., of the Theban Recension, with Introduction, Notes, etc., by
E. A. Wallis Budge, M. A., Litt. D., D. Lit. Keeper of the Egyptian and
Assyrian Antiquities in the British Museum, with four hundred and twenty
vignettes. 1901. 3 vols. Pp. 702. $3.75 per set net. Vols. VI, VII, VIII
in the series of Books on Egypt and Chaldea.

=325. THE GODS OF THE EGYPTIANS OR STUDIES IN EGYPTIAN MYTHOLOGY=, by E.
A. Wallis Budge, M. A., Litt. D., D. Lit., Keeper of the Egyptian and
Assyrian Antiquities in the British Museum. With 98 coloured plates and
131 illustrations in the text. 1904. 2 vols. Cloth $20.00 net.


CARUS, PAUL

=254. BUDDHISM AND ITS CHRISTIAN CRITICS=, by Paul Carus. Second edition.
1905. Pp. 311. $1.25. (6s. 6d.).

=216. DAS EVANGELIUM BUDDHAS=, a German translation of =THE GOSPEL OF
BUDDHA=. 1895. Pp. 352. Cloth $1.25. (5 marks.)

=261. GODWARD=, A Record of Religious Progress, by Paul Carus. 1898. Pp.
26. 50c. (2s. 6d.).

=255. LAO-TZE’S TAO-TEH-KING.= Chinese-English. With Introduction,
Transliteration and Notes by Paul Carus. 1898. Pp. 345. $3.00. (15s.).

=321. THE AGE OF CHRIST=, A Brief Review of the Conditions under which
Christianity Originated, by Paul Carus. 1903. Pp. 34. Price paper, 15c
net. (10d.)

=341. THE DHARMA=, or the Religion of Enlightenment, An Exposition of
Buddhism, by Paul Carus. Fourth edition. 1898. Pp. 50. 15c. (9d.)

=215. THE GOSPEL OF BUDDHA=, according to old records, told by Paul
Carus. Ninth edition. 1904. Pp. xiv., 275. Cloth $1.00. (5s.).

=278. THE HISTORY OF THE DEVIL AND THE IDEA OF EVIL=, From the Earliest
Times to the Present day, by Paul Carus. 1900. 311 illustrations. Pp.
xvi., 496. $6.00. (30s.).


CONWAY, MONCURE DANIEL

=277. SOLOMON AND SOLOMONIC LITERATURE=, by Moncure Daniel Conway. 1899.
Pp. viii., 243. Cloth $1.50 net. (6s.).


CORNILL, CARL HEINRICH

=262. GESCHICHTE DES VOLKES ISRAEL=, von Carl Heinrich Cornill. 330
Seiten. Gebunden $2.00. (Marks 8.) 1898.

=259. HISTORY OF THE PEOPLE OF ISRAEL=, from the Earliest Times to the
Destruction of Jerusalem by the Romans. Written for lay readers by
Carl Heinrich Cornill, Ph. D., S. T. D., Professor of Theology in the
University of Königsberg. Translated by W. H. Carruth, Professor of
German in the University of Kansas. Second edition. 1899. Pp. vi., 325.
Cloth $1.50. (7s. 6d.).

=220. THE PROPHETS OF ISRAEL=, Popular Sketches from Old Testament
History, by Carl Heinrich Cornill, Doctor of Theology and Professor of
Old Testament History in the University of Königsberg. Translated by
Sutton F. Corkran. Fifth edition. 1901. Pp. 210. $1.00 net. (5s.).

=251. THE RISE OF THE PEOPLE OF ISRAEL=, by C. H. Cornill, in =EPITOMES
OF THREE SCIENCES, COMPARATIVE PHILOLOGY, PSYCHOLOGY AND OLD TESTAMENT
HISTORY=, H. H. Oldenberg, J. Jastrow, C. H. Cornill. 1890. Pp. 130.
Cloth 50c net. (2s. 6d.).


CUMONT, FRANZ

=319. THE MYSTERIES OF MITHRA=, by Franz Cumont, Professor in the
University of Ghent, Belgium. Translated from the Second Revised
French Edition by Thomas J. McCormack, Principal of the La Salle and
Peru Township High School. With a Frontispiece, Map and Fifty Cuts and
Illustrations. 1903. Pp. xiv., 239. Cloth $1.50 net. (6s. 6d. net.)


DELITZSCH, DR. FRIEDRICH

=293a. BABEL AND BIBLE=, Two Lectures on the Significance of
Assyriological Research for Religion, Embodying the most important
Criticisms and the Author’s Replies, by Dr. Friedrich Delitzsch,
Professor of Assyriology in the University of Berlin. Translated from the
German by Thomas J. McCormack and W. H. Carruth. Profusely illustrated.
1903. Pp. iv., 167. 75c net.


EDMUNDS, ALBERT J.

=345. BUDDHIST AND CHRISTIAN GOSPELS=, being Gospel Parallels from Pali
Texts. Now first compared from the originals by Albert J. Edmunds,
Honorary Member and American Representative of the International Buddhist
Society of Rangûn, Translator of the =Dhammapada=, the Buddhist Genesis,
etc. Member of the Oriental Society of Philadelphia. Third and Complete
Edition, edited with Parallels and notes from the Chinese Buddhist
Triptaka, by M. Anesaki, Professor of the Science of Religion in the
Imperial University of Tokyo. Pp. xvii., 230, with index, printed in
large octavo, clear type, good paper; bound in limp board, with paper
wrapper, printed in two colors. Price $1.50 net. (7s. 6d. net.)

=218. HYMNS OF THE FAITH (DHAMMAPADA)=, being an Ancient Anthology
Preserved in the Short Collection of the Sacred Scriptures of the
Buddhists. Translated from the Pâli by Albert J. Edmunds. 1902. Pp.
xiii., 119. Cloth $1.00 net. (4s. 6d. net.)


FREYTAG, GUSTAV

=243. MARTIN LUTHER=, by Gustav Freytag. Translated by Henry E. O.
Heinemann. 1897. 26 illustrations. Pp. 130. Cloth $1.00 net. (5s.).


GUNKEL, HERMANN

=227. THE LEGENDS OF GENESIS=, by Hermann Gunkel, Professor of Old
Testament Theology in the University of Berlin. Translated by W. H.
Carruth, Professor of German in the University of Kansas. 1901. Pp. 164.
Cloth $1.00 net. (4s. 6d.).


HAUPT, PAUL

=292. BIBLICAL LOVE-DITTIES, A CRITICAL INTERPRETATION AND TRANSLATION
OF THE SONG OF SOLOMON=, by Paul Haupt, Professor in the Johns Hopkins
University, Baltimore. 1902. Pp. 10. Paper, 5c. (3d.).


HOLYOAKE, GEORGE JACOB

=228. ENGLISH SECULARISM=, a Confession of Belief, by George Jacob
Holyoake. 1896. Pp. xiii., 146. Cloth 50c net.


HUC, M.

=244. TRAVELS IN TARTARY, THIBET AND CHINA=, during the years 1844-5-6,
by M. Huc. Translated from the French by W. Hazlitt. Second reprint
edition. Illustrated with 100 engravings on wood. In one volume. 1900.
Pp. 688. $1.25 net. (5s. net.)

=260. THE SAME.= Two Vols. Pp. 688. $2.00. (10s.).


KHEIRALLA, IBRAHIM GEORGE

=326. BEHA ’U’LLAH (THE GLORY OF GOD)=, by Ibrahim George Kheiralla,
assisted by Howard MacNutt. 1900. Pp. xiii., 545. $3.00.


LOYSON, MADAME EMILIE HYACINTHE

=338. TO JERUSALEM, THROUGH THE LAND OF ISLAM=, among Jews, Christians
and Moslems, by Madame Emilie Hyacinthe Loyson, preface by Prince De
Polignac. Pp. viii., 375. Cloth, gilt top, octavo, profusely illustrated,
$2.50 net. (10s. 6d. net.)


MILLS, REV. LAWRENCE HEYWORTH, D. D.

=339. ZARATHUSHTRA AND THE GREEKS=, a Treatise upon the Antiquities of
the Avesta with special reference to the Logos-Conception, written at
the request of the Trustees of the Sir. J. Jejeebhoy Translation Fund
of Bombay, by the Rev. Lawrence Heyworth Mills, D.D., Professor of Zend
Philology in the University of Oxford. 1905. Pp. xiii., 208. Cloth, 8vo
$2.00 net.

=318. ZARATHUSTRIAN GATHAS=, in Metre and Rhythm. Second edition of the
author’s version of 1892-94, with important additions, by Lawrence H.
Mills, D. D., Hon. M. A., Professor of Zend Philosophy in the University
of Oxford. 1903. Pp. xix., 196. Cloth $2.00.


OLDENBERG, PROF. H.

=233. ANCIENT INDIA=, Its Language and Religions, by Prof. H. Oldenberg.
Second edition. 1898. Pp. ix., 110. Cloth 50c net. (2s. 6d.).


RADAU, DR. HUGO

=294. THE CREATION - STORY OF GENESIS I.= A Sumerian Theogony and
Cosmogony, by Dr. Hugo Radau. 1902. Pp. vi., 70. Boards 75c net. (3s. 6d.
net.)


SUZUKI, TEITARO

=283. ACVAGHOSHA’S DISCOURSE ON THE AWAKENING OF FAITH IN THE MAHAYANA.=
Translated for the first time from the Chinese Version by Teitaro Suzuki.
1900. Pp. xiv., 160. Cloth $1.25 net. (5s. net.)

=275. THE WORLD’S PARLIAMENT OF RELIGIONS AND THE RELIGIOUS PARLIAMENT
EXTENSION=, a Memorial Published by the Religious Parliament Extension
Committee. Popular edition. Enlarged by the publication of the Main
Responses received in acknowledgement of the Memorial. 1899. Boney-Carus.
Pp. 56.




Ethics and Religion


BONNEY, HON. CHARLES CARROLL, LL. D.

=304. WORLD’S CONGRESS ADDRESSES=, Delivered by the President, the Hon.
Charles Carroll Bonney, LL. D., to the World’s Parliament of Religious
Denominational Congresses of 1893 at the Final Session of the World’s
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