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ouvrages. 1861. 4745

Davidson, T. Subject of the group of gods on the

front of the base Pheidian Zeus. 18 pp. (Jn ftts Parthe-
non frieze, p. 129.)— Furtwacngler, A. Pheidias.
Ill pp. 6 pi. (In his Masterpieces of Gr. sculpture, p. 1.)
— KieseritzUy, G. Athena Parthenosder Ermitage.
25 pp. 1 pi. (Kaiserl. Deutsch. Archaeol. Inst. Mitthl.
Athen. abth. v. 8, 1883, p. 291.)— liife of Pheidias. 4 pp.
(Portfolio, 1890, p. 90.)— Hoyd, W. W. On the true
composition ofthe groups of Pheidias. 6pp. Ipl. (Port-
folio, 1883, p. 79.)— Sculpture of Pheidias arranged or
misarranged. 5pp. (Port/o!io, 1891, p.205.)— MUchell,
Jlfrs. L. M. Phidian age of sculpture. 18 pp. (Century
Mag. V. 1, 1881, p. 542. )— Story, W. W. Phidias, and the
Elgin marbles. 76 pp. (In his Excursions in art and
letters, p. 49.)— Weber, H. Tod des P. 3 pp. (Bhei-
nisch. mus. u. s. v. 44, 1889, p. 307. )

Philadelphia, Abp. of. See Wood, J. F.

Philadelphia, Bps. of. See Conwell, H.—

Egan, M.— Neumann, J. N.
Philadelphia, Pa.

Banquet given by the learned societies of
Philadelphia at the American Academy of
Music, Sept, 17, 1887, closing the ceremonies



in commemoration of the framing and sign-
ing of the Constitution of the United States.
1888. 3501

Ceremonies attending the unveiling of

the statue of Benjamin Franklin, June 14,
1899, presented to the city of Philadelphia by
Mrs. J. C. Straw-bridge. 1899. 3504

Disturnell, J. {Pub.) Guide between

Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia, New
York, and Boston. 1846. 2477

Du Bois, W. E. B. Philadelphia negro.

1899. (Univ. of Pa. Pub. S. in Polit. econ. and
public law, no. 14. ) . — 2355

HoTOHKiN, S. P. Rural Pennsylvania in

thevicinity of Philadelphia. 1897. .2611

LlEBER, F. {Ed.) Letters to a gentleman

in Germany, written after a trip from Phila-
delphia to Niagara. 1834. .2484

Mease, J. Picture of Philadelphia for 1811.

See Wilson, J.

Pennsylvania Railroad Company. The

Columbian Exposition, with descriptive notes
of . . . Philadelphia. 1892. 2402

Philadelphia. Photographic Society.

Catalogue of the Philadelphia photographic
salon, Oct. 24-Nov. 12, 1898, at the galleries
of the Academy. 1898. —1748

Smyth, A. H. Philadelphia magazines and

their contributors, 1741-1850. 1892. L.76

Speirs, p. W. Street railway system of

Philadelphia, its history and present condi-
tion. 1897. (Adams, H. B., Johns Hopkins
studies in hist, and polit. sci. 15 s. nos. 3-5. )

4653

Wilson, T. Picture of Philadelphia for

1824, containing the ' ' Picture of Philadelphia
for 1811, by J. Mease." 1823. 3597

Billiiig;s, J. S. Health of Boston and P. 8 pp.

(Forum, v. 17, 1894, p. 595.)— Carter, O. C. S. Drilling
for oil and natural gas in the vicinity of P. 7 pp. (Frankl.
Inst. Journ. v. 138, 1894, p. 230.)— Davis, O. 'B. City of
homes. 17pp. (Harper'sMag. v.89, 1894, p. 3.)— EHery,
W. Journal of route and occurrences in a journey to P.
from Dightou, 1778. 10 pp. (Pa. Mag. Hist. v. 12, 1888,
p. 190.)— Philadelphia fashions in 1796. 1 p. (Mag.
Am. Hist. v. 16, 1886, p.494.)— Gabb, W. M. Listof mol-
lusca inhabiting the neighborhood of P. 5 pp. (Phila.
Acad. Nat. Sci. Proc. v. 13, 1862, p. 306.) — Ilaussoii-
ville, G. P. O. de C, Vicomte d'. Philadelphia. 11 pp.
(Rev. d. deux mondes, 1882, 3 pSr. v. 53, p. 53.) — IjCa, H. C.
Letter to the people of P. 7pp. (i^onim, v.2,1886,p.532.)
— Peale. C. W. Extracts from his correspondence rela-
tive to the establishment of the Academy of Fine Arts,
Phila. 13 pp. (Pa. Jfag. Hisi. v. 9,1885, p. 121.)— Bi-oen-
tennial anniversary of the introduction of printings
into the middle colonies. 8 pp. (Pa. Mag. Hist. v. 10,
1886, p. 78.)— Robins, E. Ramble in old P. 13 pp.
(Century Mag. v. 1, 1881, p. 655.)— St. Denys, C. M.
Where a king once lived. 4pp. (Mag. Am. Hist. v. 13,
1885, p.285.)— Shippen, E. Some aocountof the origin
ofthe Naval Asylum of P. 26 pp. ( Pa. Mag. Hist. v. 7,
1883, p. 117.)— Wallace, J. W. Early printing in P.
13 pp. (Pa. Magr. ffis«. V. 4, 1880, p. 432.)— Ward, T. A
walk to Darby. 34 pp. (Pa. Mag. Hist. v. 3, 1879, pp. 150,
250.)— Whipple. W. Notes of a journey from P. to
New Hampshire in the summer of 1777. 14 pp. {Pa.
Mag. Hist. v. 10, 1886, p. 361. )— Wister, O. Where charity
begins. 5 pp. (Harper's Jfajr. v. 91, 1895, p. 268.)



PHILADELPHIA, Biography



3695



PHILADELPHIA, History



Philadelphia, Biography.

MoRAis, H. S. Jews of Philadelphia, their
history from the earliest settlements to the
present time. 1894. 3504

Binney, H. Leaders of the old bar of P. 74 pp.

{Pa. Mag. Hist. v. 14, 1890, pp. 1, 143, 223.)— Penny-
packer. S. W. First mayor of P. 2 pp. ( Pa. Mag. Hist.
V. 15, 1891, p. 344.)

Philadelphia, Cemeteries.

Bronson, W. W. Inscriptions in St. Pe-
ter's church yard, Phila. 1879. —4276

— ^ Keyser, P. D. History of the upper Qermantown
burying-ground. 12 pp. [Pa. Mag. Hist. v. 8, ISSi, p. iU.)
—Inscriptions in the upper Qermantown burying-
ground. 7pp. (Pa. iKag. Hist. V. 9, 1885, p. 82.)— Sachsc,
J. P. Historical sketch of the Seventh-day Baptist cem-
etery. 16 pp. (Pa. ilfag. Hist. V. 13, 1889, p.462.)

Philadelphia, Churches.

Christ Church Historical Association.
Memorial of the two hundredth anniversary
of the founding of Christ Church, Phila.,
1695-1895. 1896. 3572

Linn, J. B., and Egle, W. H. {Eds. ) Mar-
riage records of Christ Church, 1709-1806 ;
Swede's Church, 1750-1810; German Reformed
Church, 1748-1802. 1878. (In f /leir Pa. archiv.
2 s. V. 8. ) 4632

(Eds.) Marriage records of the First

Presbyterian Church, 1702-45 ; 1760-1803 ;
Moravian Church, 1743-1800 ; Marriages au-
thorized by the Philadelphia monthly meeting
of Friends, 1682-1756; St. Michael's and Zion
Church, 1745-1800 ; St. Paul's Church, 1759-
1806 ; Third Presbyterian Church, 1785-99 ;
Second Presbyterian Church, 1763-1812.
1880. (In tft.eir Pa. archiv. 2 s. V. 9.) 4632

Hildebnrn, C. S. R. Records of Christ Church.

Baptisms, 1709-60. 38 pp. (Pa. Mag. Hist. v. 12, 1888,
p. 362; y. 13, 1889, p. 237; V. 14, 1890, p. 427; V. 15, 1891,
pp. 228, 354, 486.)— Records of Christ Church. Burials,
1709-60. 120 pp. [Pa. Mag. Hist. v. 1, 1877, pp. 219, 350,
460 ; V. 2, 1878, pp. 97, 219, 336, 459; v. 3, 1879, pp. 102, 224,
342, 458; V. 4, 1880, 'pp. 113, 383, 501; V. 5, 1881, pp. 223, 343,
462 ; V. 6, 1882, pp. 239, 348, 475 ; v. 7, 1883, pp. 101, 221, 338. )
—Records of the Lower Dublin, or Pcnnypnck Bap-
tist Churcli. 6 pp. [Pa. Mag. Hist. v. 11, 1887, p. 58.)

Philadelphia, Clubs.

Ctrowoll. A. Seventy-six Society; Pegasus; Philo-
biblon Club. 24 pp. [In his Am. book clubs, pp. 28, 296,
326.)

Philadelphia, Education.

Harlby, L. R. History of the Public Edu-
cation Association of Philadelphia. 1896.

.—2386

Rice, J. M. Public-school system of P. 12 pp. [Forum,

V. 15, 1893, p. 31.)

See also Brexel Institute.— Girard College.—
University of Pennsylvania.

Philadelphia, Finance.

Early ground rents in P. 3 pp. [Pa. Mag. Hist. v. 14,
1890, p. 64.)— Bawle, W. B. First tax list for Philadel-
phia county, A. D. 1693. 24 pp. (Po.Jlfag.ffis*. V. 8, 1884,
p. 56.)— Savery, W. List of the tazables of Chestnut,
Middle, and South wards, Phila., 1754. 7 pp. [Pa. Mag.
Hist. V. 14, 1890, p. 44.)



Philadelphia, Geology.

Hall, C. E., and others. Geology of Phila-
delphia county. 1881. {Pa. 2 geol. surv. C:)

—4646
Philadelphia, History.

Allinson, E. p., and Penrose, B. Phila-
delphia, 1681-1887: a history of municipal de-
velopment. 1887. (Adams, H. B., Johns
Hopkins Univ. studies in hist, and polit. sd.
extra s. v. 2. ) 4653
Brown, H. A. Oration on the one hun-
dredth anniversary of the meeting of Con-
gress in Carpenters' Hall. 1874. —4442

Franklin, B. Some account of the Penn-
sylvania Hospital : from its rise to . . . May,
1761. [Anon.] 1817, 2 pts in 1 v. -3781

Hagnbr, C. V. Early history of the falls

of Schuylkill, Manayunk, Schuylkill, and Le-
high Navigation Companies . . 1869. 3596

Hotchkin, S. F. Ancient and modern

German town. Mount Airy, and Chestnut Hill.
1889. .2611

Kendrick, S. M.,'and others. City gov-
ernment of Philadelphia. 1893. (Univ. of Pa.
Wharton-Sohool studies in polit. and eoon. v. 2,
no. 2.) 3576

Madeira, L. C. Annals of music in Phila-
delphia and history of the Musical Fund So-
ciety, from its organization in 1820 to 1858.
1896. -2737

Morais, H. S. Jews of Philadelphia, their

history from the earliest settlements to the
present time. 1894. 3504

Philadelphia. Common Council. Min-
utes, 1704-76. 1847. -2612

Watson, H. C. Old bell of independence ;

or, Philadelphia in 1776. 1852. .2657

Allen, J. Diary, 1770-78. 57 pp. [Pa. Mag. Hist.

V. 9, 1885, pp. 176, 278, 424.)— Allinson, E. P., and Pen-
rose, B. Early government of P. 17 pp. (Pa. Mag.
H"is«.v. 10, 1886, p. 61.)— Excitement in P. on hearing of
the defeat at Br.ajidywinc. 4 pp. (Pa. Mag. Hist.
V. 14, 1890, "p. 64.)— Corbit, W. P. Abstract of wills
recorded in P. 14 pp. [Pa. Mag. Hist. v. 15, 1891,
p. 191.)— Mrinlier, Mrs. H. Extracts from her jour-
nal, Sept. 25, 1777, to July 4, 1778. 11 pp. [Pa.
Mag. Hist. v. 13, 1889, p. 298.)— Esle, W. H. Muster
rolls and papers relating to the association and mili-
tia of the city and county of P. 61 pp. (Linn,
J. B., and Egle, W.'H., Po. archiv. 2 s. v. 14, p. 1.)—
Eve, S. Extracts from journal written while. living
near the city of P. in 1772-73. 33 pp. [Pa. Mag. Hist.
V. 5, 1881, pp. 19, 191.)— Partial list of the families'who
arrived at P. between 1682 and 1687. 13 pp. [Pa. Mag.
Hist. V. 8, 1884, p. 328.)— Fisko, J. Brandywine, Qer-
mantown, and Saratoga. 19 pp. [Atlant. Monthly, v. 63,
1889, p. 601.) — Articles of agreement between the mem-
bers of the Frankfort Company, 1686. 7 pp. [Pa.
Mag. Hist. v. 15, 1891, p. 205.)-FrankIin, B. Plain
truth ; or, serious considerations on the present state of
P. 21 pp. [Compl. works, v. 2, p. 38.)— Battle of CSer-
■nantowu, from a British^'account. 3 pp. [Pa. Mag.
Hist. V. 11, 1887, p. 112.)— Contemporary account of the
battle of Germantown. 3 pp. fPa. Mag. Hist. v. 11,
1887, p. 330. )— Heinricbs, J. Hessians in P. 4 pp.
[Pa. Mag. Hist. v. 1, 1877,' p. 40.)— L,ainl), M. J. R. N.
About P. in 1750. 5 pp. [Mag. Am. Hist. v. 20, 1888,
p.. 104.)— I.ainbdin, A. C. Battle. _of Germantown.



PHILADELPHIA, History



3696



PHILADELPHIA CITY INSTITUTE



36 pp. (Pa. Mag. Hist. v. 1, 1877, p. 368.)— IJmi, J. B.,
and Egle, W. H. (Eds.) Provincial officers for the three
original counties, Chester, Philadelphia, and Bucl£S,
1682-1776. 96 pp. (In their Pa. archly. 2 s. v. 9, p. 671.)—
McSIaster, J. B. Where the Constitutional Conven-
tion met. 1 p. (Pa. Mag. Hist, v 1, 1887, p. 81.)— Mor-
ton, R. Diary kept in P. while that city was occupied
by the British army in 1777. 39 pp. (Pa. Mag. Hist. v. 1,
1877, p. 1.)— Jfeetlles, S. H. Governor's Mill and the
Globe Mills, Phlla. 35 pp. (Pa. Mag. Hist. v. 8, 1884,
pp. 279, 377.)— Effects of the '- Jfou-Iinportation
Agreement" in P., 1769-70. 5 pp. (Pa. Mag. Hist.
V. 14, 1890, p. 41.)— Paine, T. Military operations near
P. In the campaign of 1777-78. 13 pp. (Pa. Mag. Hist.
V. 2, 1878, p. 283.)— PennypacUer, S. W. Settlement
of Germantown and the causes which led to it. 41 pp.
(Pa. Mag. Hist. v. 4, 1880, p. 1.]— Philadelphia in 1682.

5 pp. (Pa. Mag. Hist. v. 13, 1889, p. 227.)— Roberts, A.
Journal of a campaign from P. to Paulus Hook. 8 pp.
(Pa. Mag. Hist. v. 7, 1883, p. 456.)— ShoeniaKer, T. H.
List of the Inhabitants of Germantown and Chestnut
Hill in 1809. 32 pp. (Pa. Jlfagr. J!Tis(. v. 15, 1891, p. 449.)—
Stone. F. D. -How the landing of tea was opposed in
P. by Wm. Bradford and others. 9 pp. (Pa. Mag. Hist.
V. 15, 1891, p. 385.)-New York and P. in 1787. 19 pp.
(Pa. Mag. Hist. v. 12, 1888, p. 97.)— Stone, W. L. Phila-
delphia in 1778. 2 pp. (Mag. Am. Hist. v. 26, 1891,
p. 296.)— Thomson, C. Early days of the Eevolutlon in
P. 13 pp. (Pa. Mag. Hist. v. 2, 1878, p. 411.)- Ward, T.
Germantown and its associations. 183 pp. (Pa. Mag.
Hist. V. 5, 1881, pp. 1, 121, 241, 365; v. 6, 1882, pp. 1, 129,
2.57, 377.)— North Second Street and its associations.
23 pp. (Pa. Mag. Hist. v. 4, 1880, p. 164.)— Second Street
and Second Street Road and their associations. 31 pp.
(Pa. Mag. Hist, v.i, 1880, p. 401.)— South Second Street
and Its'associatlons. 19 pp. (Pa. Mag. Hist. v. 4, 1880,
p. 42.)— Williams, T. Philadelphia: the city Penn
founded and to which Franklin gave distinction. 55 pp.
(Powell, L. P., Hist, towns of the Middle states, p. 297.)

Philadelphia, lAbraries. See Philadelphia.
Apprentices' Library Company.— Philadel-
phia. Free Library. — Philadelphia. Library
Company. — Philadelphia. Mercantile Li-
brary Company.

Philadelphia, Politics.

Fornian, E. Amusements and politics in P., 1794.

6 pp. (Pa. Mag. Hist. v. 10, 1886, p. 182.)— Smallcy,

E. V. Philadelphia committee of one hundred. 5 pp.
(Century Mag. v. 4, 1883, p. 395.)

Philadelphia, Social condition.

Wright, C. D. Slums of Baltimore, Chi-
cago, New York, and Philadelphia. 1894.
(U. S. Labor Dept. of, Special rept. 7. ) —4324
The same. [ U. S. 53 Cong. 2 sess. House
exec. doc. v. 31. )

Forman, E. Amusements and politics in P., 1794.

6 pp. (Pa. Mag. Hist. v. 10, 1886, p. 18?.)— Maekraby,
A. Philadelphia society before the Revolution. 16 pp.
(Pa. Mag. Bist. v. 11, 1887, pp. 276, 491.)— Mason, J.
Philadelphia society in 1804. 4 pp. (Pa. Mag. Hist. y. 11,
1887, p. 89.)— Stone, F. D. Philadelphia society 100
years ago. 34 pp. (Pa. ilfag. iftsf. v. 3, 1879, p. 361.)

Philadelphia, County, Pa. See Philadelphia,

Pa.
Pliiladelphia. Academy of Natural Sci-
ences. Journal. Phila., 1817-42. 8 v. 8°.

—2557

The same. 2 s. Phila., 1847-1900. 11 v. r.

4°. —2511

Proceedings, 1841-1900. Phila., 1843-1901.

52 V. 8°- .—2546



Proceedings of entomological section,

1878-89. See American Entomological So-
ciety, Transactions, v. 7-16.

RuscHENBBRGER, W. S. W. NoticB of the

origin, progress, and present condition of the
Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadel-
phia. 1852. {Bound pamph. v. 249.) 6934

Philadelphia. Apprentices' Library Com-
pany. Annual reports, 1855, 83-91, 95-97,
99-1901. Phila., 1855-1901. 16 nos. 8°- L.42

Apprentices' Library Company : a sketch,

1820-95. [Phila., 1895.] 12°. L.42

Philadelphia. Board of trade. Fifty-fifth
annual report. Presented to the association,
Jan. 23, 1888, by W. R. Tucker, Secretary.
Phila., 1888. 8°. —2393

Philadelphia. Common Council. Minutes,
1704-76. Phila., 1847. 8°. .2612

Philadelphia. Free Liilbrary. Annual re-
ports, 1-5. [Phila.], 1896-1900. 5 nos. 8°.

L.33

Bulletins. Phila., 1898-1901. 4 nos. 8°.

L.33
Contents. Wilson, R. E. Indexes to the first lines and
to the subjects of the poems of Bobt. HerricU, no. 3.—
Thomson, J. Descriptive catalogues of the series of
works known as the Library of oJd authors, no. 2.
— Middleton, T. C. Some notes on the bibliography of
the Philippines, no. 4.— Thomson, J. Descriptive
catalogue of the writings of Sir Walter Seott, no. 1.

Philadelphia. Geographical Club. Bulle-
tin, V. 1, no. 1. [Phila., 1893.] 8°. 2403
Contents. Balch, B. S. Mountain exploration.

Philadelphia. Library Company. Bulle-
tins, n. 8., nos. 1-27, 33-43, 47. Phila., 1878-
1901. 35 nos. 8°. X.31

[Reports], May, 1888, 90, 98. [Phila.],

-1888-98. 3 nos. 8°. L.31

Bnni'ord, S. Father of American libraries. 6 pp.

(Century Mag. v. 4, 1883, p. 81.)

Philadelphia. Mercantile Library Com-
pany. Annual reports, 1856, 60, 62, 63, 65,

69,70,73,79,82-88. Phila., 1856-88. 16 nos. 8°.

L.33

Catalogue of the books belonging to, and

containing the constitution, rules, and regu-
lations of the Association. Accompanied by
a sketch of its history. Phila., 1840. 12°. L.87

Philadelphia. Photographic Society. Cat-
alogue of the Philadelphia photographic sa-
lon, Oct. 24-Nov. 12, 1898, at the galleries of
the Academy. Phila., 1898. 8°. —1748

Philadelj>hia. Zoological Society. Annual
reports, 1-19, 23-29. Phila., 1873-1901. 26 nos.
8°. L.27

Philadelphia and Reading- Railroad Com-
pany. Report of the President and man-
agers to the stockholders, Jan. 12, 1846, 47.
Phila., 1846-47. 2 nos. 8°. (Railroad and
coal companies, Pamph. ] — 3757

Philadelphia City Institute. Annual re-
ports, 33, 34, 47-49. Phila., 1895-1901. 5 nos.
8°. L.27



PHILADELPHIA MAGAZINES



3697



PHILIP IV, King of Prance



Philadelphia niag^aziiies and their contribu-
tors, 1741-1850. Smyth, A. H. L.76

Philadelphia monthly meeting of Friends.

Marriages authorized by the, 1682-1756. 16 pp. (Linn,
J. B., and Bgle, W. H., Pa. archiv. 2 s. v. 9, p. 201.)

Philadelphia yearly meeting- of Friends.
Extracts from the minutes, 1894-1901. Phila. ,
1894-1901. 8 nos. 16°. —3263

Philae, Egypt. Baker, Sir B. Nile reservoirs

and P. 10 pp. {Nineteenth Cent. v. 35, 1894, p. 863.)—
l>illoii, F. Proposed Nile reservoir : submergence of
P. 7 pp. {Nineteenth Cent. v. 35, 1S94, p. 1019.)— Mas-
pero, G. C. C. Deux ex-voto infidits de I'lle de P. 3 pp.
{Bev. archlol. n. s. v. 43, 1882, p. 37.) — Penfleltl, F. C.
Sidelights on the exploitation of Egypt. 11 pp. {N. Am.
Bev. V. 159, 1894, p. 479.)— roole, S. L. Edffl and P.
19 pp. (Wilson, Sir C. W., Picturesque Palestine, v. 4,
p. 216.)— ■WilckciijU. Obeliskeninschrift von P. 16pp.
{Bermes, v. 22, 1887, p. 1.)

Philalethes, pseud. See John I, King of Sax-
ony.
Philanthropists.

Group of female philanthropists. 33 pp. {London
Quart. Bev. V.S7, 1882, p. 49.)— InsersoII, R. G. The
three philanthropists. 11 pp. {N. Am. Bev. v. 153, 1891,
p. 661.)— Soiincnsclieiii, W. S. Philanthropists and
benefactors. 1 p. (J/i Tiis Best books, p. 328.)

See also Baog'rapliy.

Also their names, as ANtoi*, J. J.— Carnegie, A. —
Cuoper, P.— Fry, E.— Girard, S.— Harvard, J.—
Peabody, Q.— Sinitlisoii, J.— Wiiberforce, W.

Philanthropy.

Pennsylvania Prison Society. Journal
of prison discipline and philanthropy. Jan.,
1894,95. n. s. nos. 33, 84. [1895.] —2342

Carnegie, A. Best fields for philanthropy. 17 pp.

{N. Am. Bev. v. 149, 1889, p. 682.)— Foulliee, A. Phi-
lanthropie scientifique au point de vue du Darwinisme.
39 pp. {Bev. d. deux mondes, 1882, 3 p6r. v. 63, p.407.)—
Hirscli de Gcreiith, H., Baron de. My views on
philanthropy. 4 pp. (if. Am. Bev. v. 153, 1891, p. 1.)—
Howe, M. A. de W., Jr. Phase of practical philan-
thropy. 4 pp. (iV. ^m. iJCT. V. 154, 1892, p. 609.)— Jfew-
coinb, S. Mischievous philanthropy. 10 pp. {Forum,
V. 1, 1886, p. 348.)

See also Benevolence.— Charity.— Humaiiitavi-
anlsm.
Philastre, Paul Louis F61ix. Ex6g6se chi-

noise. 64 pp. (Musfie Guimet, .4?i». v. 1, p. 255.)

( Tr. ) Tsheou Yi ; Yi : King, on livre des

changements de la dynastie des Tsheou, tr.
du Ohinois. Paris, 1885-93. 2 v. 4°. (Mu-
s6e Guimet, Ann. v. 8, 23.) .—2282

Philastriiis, St., Bp. of Brescia. 4 cent.

Diversarum hereseon liber, recensuit Fri-
dericus Marx. Pragae, 1898. 8°. (Vienna,
Akad. wissens. Corpus script, eccles. Lat.
V. 38. ) .-2215

Philbrick, Edward S. Defects in house-
drainage, and their remedies 42 pp. 3 pi. (Mass. state
Board of Health, Beport, 1876, p. 423.)

Phileas. Pabricius, B. Naehtrag zu dem auf-

satze des Prof. Osann . . . ueber den Qeographen P. und
seinezeit. 2 pp. {Zeits.f.allerthumsw. v. S,lSi2,ii. 1252.)
— linger, G. F. Zu P. 2 pp. (/S/ieimsch. mMS. n. s. v. 37,
1882, p. 636.)

Philehus. See Plato.



Philelphe, Frangois. /SeeiPilelfo, P.
Philemon. Circa B. 0. 360-262. Fragmenta.

[Or.] 21 pp. (Kock, K. T., Comic. Attic, fragm. v. 3,
p. 357; Meineke, J. A. F. A., Fragm. comic. Gr. v. 4,
p. 729.)

Philemon, Epistle to. See Bible, N. T., Phile-
mon.
Philenia, pseud. See Morton, S. W. A.
Philliellenes, Our learned. 9 pp. Trail, H.

D. {Fortn. Bev. n. s. v. 61, 1897, p. 504. )

Pliilibert de Chaions, Prince d' Orange. Fal-

letti-Fossati, C. Filiberto di Chalon e un amhasciatore
di Siena. 42 pp. {Archiv. star. ital. 4 s. v. 8, 1881, p. 3;
V. 9, 1882, p. 3; v. 10, 1882, p. 3.)

Philip, Emperor of Germany. 1170-1208. Con-
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