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POOLE'S INDEX



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PERIODICAL LITERATURE



FOURTH SUPPLEMENT

FROM JANUARY i 1897 TO JANUARY i 1902



BY



WILLIAM I. FLETCHER, A. M.

LIBRARIAN OF AMHERST COLLEGE

AND

MARY POOLE

FORMERLY OF THE NEWBERRY LIBRARY CHICAGO



WITH THE COOPERATION OF THE AMERICAN LIBRARY ASSOCIATION

Qui scit ubi sit scientia habenti est proximus




BOSTON AND NEW YORK
HOUGHTON, MIFFLIN AND COMPANY

(L be Utuct-Dtuc JJreBS,
1903



Copyright, 1903,
BY WILLIAM I. FLETCHER AND MARY POOLE.

All rights reserved.






iverside Press, Cambridge, Mass., U. S.A.
Electrotyped and Printed by H. O. Houghtou and Company.






PREFACE.



THIS fourth five-year supplement closes a period of twenty years since the
publication in 1882 of the main volume. In that volume and the four sup-
plements 427 different periodicals have been indexed, with a total of 10,881 vol-
umes. The five volumes contain 3,677 pages, with references to about 520,000
articles.

The present supplement, it will be observed, includes 170 different periodicals
out of the 427 which have been indexed from first to last. The rest have ceased
to be. The following tabular statement is interesting as showing the vicissitudes
of the life of periodicals :

Sets numbered. Started in. Present Survivors.

l-ioo 1802-45 15

101-200 1845-70 25

201-300 1871-85 42

301-400 1886-95 63

401-427 1895-1901 20

The Chronological Conspectus prefixed to each volume furnishes interesting and
suggestive details.

To correct misapprehensions as to the plan and method of this Index it
seems advisable to reprint here the following passage from the Preface to the 1882
edition :

The work is an index to subjects and not to writers, except when writers are treated
as subjects. The contributions of Lord Macaulay to the Edinburgh Review do not appear
under his name, but under the subjects upon which he wrote, as Bacon, Church and
State, Clive, Machiavelli, etc. His name, however, appears with many references ; but
they are all subject-references, which treat of him as a man, a writer, a historian, and
a statesman. Critical articles on poetry, the drama, and prose fiction appear under the
name of the writer whose work or works are criticised. A review of " Enoch Arden "
will be found under Tennyson, and of " Ivanhoe " under Scott ; but a review of Froude's
History of England will appear only under England, as England is the subject. A poem,
a play, a story, or a sketch which can be said to have no subject appears under its own
title. The name of writer when known is given within parentheses. Hawthorne's
" Celestial Railroad " first appeared in a periodical, and is indexed " Celestial Railroad
(N. Hawthorne)." A review of the same, by a writer who is known, would be indexed,
" Hawthorne, Nathaniel. Celestial Railroad (J. Smith)." By this method all criticisms
of Hawthorne's imaginative writings are brought together under his name ; but the
review of a biographical work of his is placed under the subject of the biography.

It has always seemed very desirable that the Index should contain entries
under the names of the writers of the articles. This feature is included in the
Annual Literary index, whose successive issues furnish the material from which
these supplements are principally made up. But such entries added to those now
included would nearly double the amount of matter and the consequent size and
cost of the volume^, which consideration is simply prohibitive from a commercial



iv PREFACE.

point of view, as the sales but little more than cover the cost of printing as it
is. If this were not so, there would be grave questions as to keeping the work,
with its bulk so increased, within due limits of convenience and handiness of use.
Another paragraph from the Preface to the 1882 volume seems worth reprint-
ing after a score of years :

Another difficulty which required heroic treatment has grown out of the absurd
practice in many periodicals of breaking the continuity in the numbering of volumes by
starting new series. The Eclectic Review has seven new series, and these series are not
numbered. The St. James's Magazine began with numbering consecutively twenty-one
volumes ; then occurred a new series of fourteen volumes ; then a second new series of
four volumes ; then consecutive numbering from the beginning was adopted, and the
next volume was numbered thirty-one when it should have been forty, leaving out nine
volumes. In cases like these, what appears on the title-pages has been wholly ignored,
and the volumes have been numbered consecutively from the beginning. As a general
rule, series have not been regarded, and sets have been numbered consecutively ; although
in a few instances, and for special reasons, the rule has been varied from.

The difficulty here referred to has not abated since these words were printed,
and " modern instances " as grievous as those cited above might be given. In
fact, under the present well-recognized tendency of periodical publishing, as of
book-publishing too, to trim sails constantly to catch every possible fickle breeze
of public favor (" raising the wind " being after all the most prominent object in
view), the changes in form, style, frequency of publication, arrangement of vol-
umes, and other important particulars, are such as to be fairly distracting to those
who attempt either to make or to use such a guide as this Index aims to be.

The makers find no way to bring anything like good order out of this con-
fusion, and the users must do the best they can, biding their time until the
publishers shall catch something of the temper of steadiness and dignity which
characterizes such periodicals as the Edinburgh Review, which has rounded out a
full century of issue without a change, even the color of the cover remaining the
same all the time ; or our own Atlantic Monthly, facile princeps among American
periodicals, whose forty-five years of publication have been marked by no aberra-
tion from such a straight course as that of the Edinburgh Review, except the
very pardonable one of having a cut of the United States flag on its front cover
during the Civil War ! Honorable mention might be made of other notable
exceptions to the rule of disorder, but these must suffice to point our moral.

Great as are the sins of periodical makers, it remains true that, in the lan-
guage of still another citation from the Preface of 1882,

Every question in literature, religion, politics, social science, political economy, and
in many other lines of human progress, finds its latest and freshest interpretation in the
current periodicals. No one can thoroughly investigate any of these questions without
knowing what the periodicals have said and are saying concerning them.

In these words, which give the raison d'etre of Poole's Index as conceived
by its founder, we have a hint of its usefulness in the past, the continuance of
which, depending so largely as it does on the work being kept up to date, furnishes
the occasion for the present issue and at the same time the sufficient reward of its
compilers and their collaborators.

W. I. F.

M. P.
AMHERST COLLEGE LIBRARY, November 26, 1902.



COLLABORATORS.

WM. I. FLETCHER, Editor Librarian Amherst College, Amherst, Mass.

MARY POOLE, " Brookline, Mass.



GRACE ASHLEY Assistant City Library, Springfield, Mass.

WILLARD AUSTEN Assistant Librarian Cornell University, Ithaca, X. Y.

JAMES BAJN, JR Librarian Public Library, Toronto, Ont.

WALTER S. BISCOE Librarian [Catalog Dept.] State Library, Albany, N. Y.

CAROLINE A. BLANCHARD . . .' Librarian Tufts Library, Weymouth, Mass.

ALICE B. BORDEN Assistant Public Library, Providence, R. I.

ISAAC S. BRADLEY Librarian State Historical Society, Madison, Wis.

ARTHUR N. BROWN Librarian U. S. Naval Academy, Annapolis, Md.

CHARLES H. BURR Librarian Williams College, Williamstown, Mass.

F. C. BURSCH Assistant Y. M. C. A. Library, N. Y. City.

EDITH M. CHASE Office Associated Charities, Boston, Mass.

MARY W. CLARK Assistant Harvard College Library, Cambridge, Mass.

T. FRANKLIN CURRIER Assistant Harvard College Library, Cambridge, Mass.

JOHN F. DAVIES Librarian University of Montana, Missoula, Mont.

RAYMOND C. DAVIS Librarian University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich.

MAY C. ESSEX Assistant Public Library, Providence, R. I.

MABEL A. FARR Librarian Adelphi College, Brooklyn, N. Y.

IDA F. FARRAR Assistant City Library, Springfield, Mass.

FREDERICK W. FAXON Boston Book Co., Boston, Mass.

GEORGE L. Fox Rector Hopkins Grammar School, New Haven, Conn.

ETHEL GARVIN Assistant Public Library, Providence, R. I.

WILLIAM D. GODDARD Assistant Library of Congress, Washington, D. C.

JESSIE M. HARWOOD Assistant City Library, Springfield, Mass.

WILLIAM C. HAWKS Assistant Librarian Hartford Theological Seminary, Hartford, Conn.

CAROLINE M. HEWINS Librarian Public Library, Hartford, Conn.

WILLIAM J. JAMES Librarian Wesleyan University, Middletown, Conn.

ELLEN F. KNOWLES Assistant Boston Athenaeum, Boston, Mass.

WILLIAM C. LANE *. Librarian Harvard College, Cambridge, Mass.

JOSEPH D. LAYMAN Assistant Librarian University of California, Berkeley, Cal.

GEORGE T. LITTLE Librarian Bovvdoin College, Brunswick, Me.

MARY MEDLICOTT Reference Librarian City Library, Springfield, Mass.

A. LOUISE MORTON Assistant City Library, Springfield, Mass.

C. ALEX. NELSON Reference Librarian Columbia University Library, N. Y. City.

MARY O. NUTTING Librarian emeritus Mt. Holyoke College, South Hadley, Mass.

HELEN P. ODELL Assistant Y. M. C. A. Library, Brooklyn, N. Y.

FLORA R. PETRIE Assistant Y. M. C. A. Library, N. Y. City.

FRANKLIN O. POOLE Assistant Boston Athenasum, Boston, Mass.

ANNIE PRESCOTT Librarian Public Library, Auburn, Me.

JOSEPHINE A. RATHBONE Assistant Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, N. Y.

MABEL F. REID Assistant Y. M. C. A. Library, N. Y. City.

ADELAIDE RICHARDSON Assistant Amherst College Library, Amherst, Mass.

ABBIE L. SARGENT Assistant Public Library, Medford, Mass.

MARY E. SARGENT Librarian Public Library, Medford, Mass.

ALICE SHEPARD Assistant Librarian City Library, Springfield, Mass.

THOMAS H. SMITH Chief Cataloguer Public Library, New Haven, Conn.

WALTER M. SMITH Librarian University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis.

WILLIS K. STETSON Librarian Public Library, New Haven, Conn.

IDA M. TAYLOR Assistant City Library, Springfield, Mass.

MARY S. TERWILLIGER Assistant Public Library, Worcester, Mass.

WILLIAM H. TILLINGHAST Assistant Librarian Harvard College Library, Cambridge, Mass.

MARY L. TITCOMB Librarian Free Library, Rutland, Vt.

PERCY H. TUFTS Assistant Harvard College Library, Cambridge, Mass.

AGNES VAN VALKENBURGH Assistant Public Library, Milwaukee, Wis.

CARRIE W. WHITNEY Librarian Public Library, Kansas City, Mo.

SOLON F. WHITNKY Librarian Public Library, Watertown, Mass.

HARRIET B. WINSOR Assistant City Library, Springfield, Mass.

ELEANOR B. WOODRUFF Assistant Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, N. Y.

ELIZABETH A. YOUNG Assistant Public Library, Chicago, 111.

NOTE. The addresses given are those good at the time of collaboration. Some are since changed.



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