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(O. Kuelpe) Am. J. Psychol. 14: 485.

Genesis of the Esthetic Categories. (J. H. Tufts)

Philoe. R. 12: i.

Patience and the ^Esthetic Movement. (I. Sargent)

Craftsman, i: 33.

Public. (W. Larremore) Harv. Law R. 20: 35.

Recent. (W. Paget) Quar. 199: 420. (T. Lipps)

Lond. Q. ioi : 420.

The Relation of, to Psychology and Philosophy.

(H. R. Marshall) Philos. R. 14: i.
ZSthendun, Battle of. (W. H. Stevenson) Ath. '06,

2 ; 33-
Affair at the Green River Mine ; a story. (E. Dawson)

Blackw. 173: 447.
Affair in a Vestry, An. (A. Lewis) Overland, n. s. 44:

445-
Affair of the Frontier, An. (A. H. Henderson) Good

Words, 44: 205.
Affair of Honor, An. (Catherine Thayer) Appleton's

M. 8: 465.

Affectation. Social Stilt-walking. (E. Gregory) Har-
per, in: 555.
Affection, Adolescent, Types of. (T. L. Smith) Peda-

gog. Sem. 1 1 : 1 78.
Affective Qualities, A Study of the. (S. P. Hayes)

Am. J. Psychol. 17: 358.
Afghan War, The Second. Quar. 198: 56. (D.

Stewart) Lond. Q. 100: 56.
Afghanistan, Amir Habibullah and the Russians. (A.

Vambe'ry) Monthly R. n, no. 2: 37.

The Army of. (A. Hamilton) Un. Serv. M. 32: 414.

Awakening of. (D. C. Boulger) Fortn. 82: 1055.

Commercial Relations of England with. (T. H.

Holdich) J. Soc. Arts, 52: 347.

Crisis in our Relations with. (H. D. Carey) Un.

Serv. M. 34: 231.

Indo- Afghan Relations -under Lord Curzon. (A.

Hamilton) Fortn. 86: 984.

The Late Amir of. (F. B. Bradley-Birt) Westm.

IS?: 58.

Shall Russia have a Representative at Kabul ? (D.

C. Bonlger) Contemp. 83: 683.
A' Fishing in the Keowee Country ; a story. (E. C.

McKants) Cosmopol. 34: 542.
Africa, American Explorers in. (E. S. Balch) Am.

Geog. Soc. Bull. 36: 186.

Ancient Art of. (S. Beale) Am. Arch. 88: 107.

Animals of. (T. H. Huxley) Lond. Q. 102: 465.

(R. Lydekker) Quar. 200: 465.

Central, Changes of Climate in. (R. D. Ward) Sci-

ence, n. s. 19: 740.
British, Prospective Railway Development in.

(C. S. Betton) J. Soc. Arts, 50: 684.
Country between Lake Nyasa and Victoria Ny-

anza. (O. L. Beringer) Geog. J. 21 : 25.
Expedition by Anthropological Section of St.

Louis Exhibition. Science, n. s. 19: 79.
French Exploration between the Ubangi and

Lake Chad. Am. Geog. Soc. Bull. 36: 767.

French in. (E. J. Wardle) Contemp. 82: 555.

Native Races of the Heart of. (Viscount Monnt-

morres) J. Soc. Arts, 53: 682.
The White Man's Zone in Africa. (S. P. Verner)

World's Work, 13: 8227.

The Dark Continent and iva People. (Arthur T.

Pierson) Miss. R. 19: 407.



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6



AFRICA



Africa, Distribution of Missionary Forces in. (II. O
Dwight) Miss. R. 18: 590.

East, British. (Lord Hindlip) ioth Cent. 54: 903

(A. C. Coolidge) Nation, 8a: 444.

The Case of. (G. Phillimore) Monthly R. 16

no. 3: 53.

Colonization and Irrigation in. (R. B. Buck-
ley) Qeog. J. 21 : 349.

from Ravine Station, Fort Nandi. (C. N. E.

Eliot) Geog. J. 23 : 97.

Journey to the Rendile Country. (H. R. Tate)

Geog. J. 23: 220.

Prospect* of. Chamb. J. 81 : 374.

Protectorate of. Asia. R. 41: 65.

as a European Colony, igth Cent. 56: 370.

Eastern, British Dominion in. (H. Bindloss) Asia.

R. 33: 7L
Dominion of Palm and Pine. (M. Frewen)

Monthly R. 83, no. 3: 43. = Eel. M. 147: 317.

Hobley's Journey in. Geog. J. 25: 292.

Notes on. (Moreton Frewen) Monthly R. 23, no.

3= 43-

Plateau Land and its Economic Condition. (A. St.

H. Gibbons) Geog. J. 27: 242.

Exploration in, Methods of. (A. St. H. Gibbons)

Nat. Geog. M. 15: 408.

Forward. Nation, 82: 294.

France in. Liv. Age, 243: 193.

French Explorations in, Recent. (C. Rabot) Nat.

Geog. M. 13: 119.

Future. (P. Barry) Westm. 157: 612.

Game in. Preservation of Big. Ed. R. 202: 399.

German Troubles in. (O. G. Millard) Nation, 78:

i3-

Germany in. Spec. 92: 117.

Gun and Camera in the Wilds of. (C. B. Schil-

lings) World's Work, n: 6929.

Hunting in, Joys of. (E. G. J. Moyna) Macmil. n. s.

i: 5".

Industrial Education in. (Booker T. Washington)

Indep. 60: 616.

Mineral Wealth of. Nature, 68: 313.

A Mission in. Cath. World, 79: 599.

Missions in, American Negro. (L. J. Coppin) Indep.

54'- 748.

Mountains of Southernmost. (W. M. Davis) Am.

Geog. Soc. Bull. 38: 593-

New Aspirants for African Fame and what they

must be. (H. M. Stanley) Fortn. 78: 738.

North, French and Italians in. (James Bryce) Na-

tion, 80: 263.

French in. (Sir H. H. Johnston) Cornh. 89:

764.

Railways of. (Sir P. Girouard) Scrib. M. 39: 553.

Roman. (T. J. Shahan) Cath. Univ. Bull. 1 : 433.

Side-lights for Studies on. (H. O. Dwight) Miss. R.

18: 911.

South, Agricultural or Land Banks of. Bank M.

(Lond.) 82: 470.

Amnesty and Compensation in. (H. Reade)

Westm. 158: 477.

and Europe. (J. de Bloch) No. Am. 174: 489.

and Great Britain. (A. R. Colquhonn) Outl. 83:

5'3.

and her Labor Problem. (C. S. Goldman) igth

Cent. 55: 8481.
as a Breeding Ground for Remounts. J. Mil.

Serv. Inst. 35: 116.
as an Imperial Recruiting Ground. Macmil. n s

i: Si6.

as a Training Ground. Un. Serv. M. 28: 509.

Banks of, and the Commandeered Gold. Bank

M. (Lond.) 76: 605.



Africa, South, "Bewaarplaatsen," Value of Rand.

(A. C. Key) Fortn. 79: 512.
Black Peril in. (S. P. Hyatt) Macmil. n. s. i :

392. (R. Jones) i9th Cent. 55: 7".

Black Problem in. (R.Jones) i9th Cent. 57: 760.

British Government and. Quar. 204: 375.

(A. Lyttelton) National, 47: 219.
British Military Farms in. (E. F. Harvie) Fortn.

84: 204.
British Policy in. (W. D. Worsfold) Monthly R.

iz, no. i: 47.
British Settlements in the New Colonies. Black w.

171: 145-

A Briton's Impressions of. Atlan. 90: 136.

Chinese in. (W. Maitland) Contemp. 88: 818.

Chinese Labor for. Quar. 199: 611. Spec.

92: 247. (I. Dobbie) Macmil. n. s. i: 787. (H.

Birchenough) Lond. Q. xoi: 611. (J. E. B. See-
ley) 2oth Cent. Q. I, no. 2: 36. (P. Leys) i9th

Cent. 51: 181.
and the Government. (J. S. Mills) Fortn. 85 :

648.
College in, Prince of Wales' Professorship at.

Asia. R. 33: 306.
Color Question in. (W. M. Lightbody) Westm.

165: 41.

The Coming Rush to. Chamb. J. 79: 519.

Constitution for. (H. W. Massingham) World's

Work, 13: 8297.
Crying Need of. Quar. 196: 295. Lond. Q. 98:

295.
Education in. (H. Reade) Westm. 162: 401.

(W. Greswell) Macmil. 86: 230.
Is a South African Eton Possible ? (H. Reade)

Westm. 159: 136.
Educational Problems in. (Francis W. Bates)

Miss. R. 19: 438.
Engineer in, Ransome's. (J. Douglas) Nation,

78: 275.
Ethnological Observations in. (G. E. Laidlaw)

Am. Antiq. 24: 77.

Evening on the Veld. Blackw. 171 : 589.

Farming in. (W. Greswell) Fortn. 79: 134.

for Soldier Settler. Un. Serv. M. 29: an.

Fruits of the War. (F. P. Fletcher- Vane) Con-
temp. 84: 122.

Future of. (F. W. Reitz) Indep. 54: 2512.

Geological Reports from. (A. J. Herbertson)

Geog. J. 20: 630.
German Danger to. (0. Eltzbacher) igth Cent.

58: 524.
Great Britain and. (Viscount Milner) National,

47: 209. Liv. Age, 249: 203.
History of, Theal's Beginnings of. Ath. '02, i :

5'9.
Hold of Great Britain on, after the War. (M. J.

Farrelly) Macmil. 86: 151.

How keep British Supremacy ? Sat. R. 102: 160.

Immigration into ; Exclusion Proposed. (F.

Greenwood) igth Cent. 51: 174.
Impressions of. (W. Cunningham) National, 47:

228.
in 1901 and 1903. (M. G. Fawcett) Contemp.

84: 635.
In Darkest Africa. (Irene Ashby-Macfadyen)

Indep. 58: 139.
In the Tracks of War. [Blackw.] Eel. M. 140:

295. Liv. Ajre, 236: 65.
Indian Immigration to. (L. Griffin) 19th Cent.

5: 7o6.

Is it Peace ? (F. W. Reitz) No. Am. 175 : 606.

Labor in, Native. (H. H. Johnston) i9th Cent.

5: 7*4.



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AFTERMATH



Africa, South, Labor Problem in. (A. E. Miller)
Fortn. 77: 968. (A member of Winchester Col-
lege) National, 47: 852.

Chinese and the. (H. S. Maxim) Fortn. 79:

506.

Language Question in. (A. E. Miller) Monthly

R. 6, no. i: S9-> (H. Reade) Westm. 157: 499.
(A. A. MacCullah) Conterap. 82: 375.

Laying the Boundary Line from the Orange to

Vaal Rivers. (C. Warren) Good Words, 43: 463-

883-
Library Conditions in. (B. L. Dyer) Pub. Lib.

9: 409-
Migration ; an Example. (E. Ansell) Westm.

I 60: 640.
Military Situation in, 1904. (Alsager Pollock)

Contemp. 85: 468.

Lord Milner and. Quar. 203: 277.

Lord Milner and the Struggle for the Union ; a

retrospect, 1897-1905. National, 46: 1103.
Lord Milner's Plan. (H. Reade) Westm. 158:

237.

Mounted Troops in. Un. Serv. M. 27: 191.

The Native and the White in. (W. F. Bailey)

i9th Cent. 59: 314.
Native Labor in. (J. T. Moffat) Indep. R. I :

629. (E. P. Rathbone) i9th Cent. 54: 44.

(A. Fox ; J. Macdonell ; H. E. Seebohm) Contemp.

83: 540. (J. T. Darragh) Contemp. 81 : 87.
and Irrigation in. (C. H. Wilson) Fortn. 80:

3 2 4.
Some Aspects of the Question. (E. Fallaize)

Econ. R. 13: 59.

Native Peril in. Spec. 96: 246.

Natives of. (A. A. MacCullah) Contemp. 83:

201.
Need of Capital and Population. (J. W. Cross)

igth Cent. 51: 671.
Negrophilism in. (M. J. Farrelly) Fortn. 78:

3-

Outlook in. (L. Courtney) No. Am. 175: 212.

Peace in. Ed. R: 196: 260. (W. T. Stead) R.

of Rs. 26: 39. (M. J. Farrelly) Monthly R. 8,

no. i: 71.
The Phoenicians in. (W. B. Wallace) Antiq. n. s.

39: 208.
The Political Position at the Cape. (H. E. S.

Freemantle) Contemp. 84: 526.
Practical Problems in. (A. Lyttelton) No. Am.

175: 222.
Prejudices in. (Douglas Blackburn) Chamb. J.

79'- 8i3.
Problem of Black and White in. Westm. 163:

656.
Problem of Home Life in. (E. P. Rathbone) igth

Cent. 60: 245.
Railroad Case in, and International Law. (T.

Barclay) Law Q. 21: 301.
Railway Developments in. (A. C. Key) Engin.

M. 23: 183.
Reconstruction of Land Settlement. National,

39= 3'6.
Regeneration of. (Ben. H. Morgan) J. Soc. Arts,

52: 491.
Representative Government in. (C. A. Roe)

Asia. R. 34: 346.

Resources of. (E. Brabant) igth Cent. 54: 391.

Roman-Dutch Law in. (W. R. Bisschop) Law Q.

20: 41.

Salmagundi. (W. J. Corbet) Westm. 159: 597.

Settlement of ; a Transvaal Burgher's Opinion.

(F. Watkins) Monthly R. 7, no. i : 70.
Situation in. (G. S. Fort) Fortn. 84: 854.



Africa, South, Slavery in. (J. Burns) Indep. R. 2:

594.
Some Blunders and a Scapegoat. (J. Fortescue)

19th Cent. 52: 353.
South African Asaoc., 2d Meeting, 1904. Nature,

70: 41.
The South African Conspiracy. Westm. 157:

16, 171.

Spring Manoeuvres in. Un. Serv. M. 28: 382.

Stock-diseases in. (D. Bruce) Nature, 72: 496.

= Science, n. s. 22: 289, 327.
A Trek in the Kalahari. (R. H. Brand) Blackw.

180: 389.
Trip up the Uganda Railway and across Lake

Victoria Nyanza. Blackw. 175: 608.

University Education in. Nature, 69: 544.

Vantage Grounds of. (J. Buchan) Good Words,

46: 41.

War in. See Transvaal War.

The War and its Critics. (A. Griffiths) Fortn.

78: 776.
Where there 's Smoke. (J. Knowles Benson)

Monthly R. 24, no. i: 17.

White Labor for. Chamb. J. 83: 749.

With the British Association in. (E. W. Brown)

Pop. Sci. Mo. 68: 5, 145.
Women Emigrants to. (M. H. Hntchinson) igth

Cent. 51: 71. (E. Cecil) igth Cent. 51: 683.
Yellow Veldt of. (D. Story) Outing, 43: 639.

Southwest, German Troubles in. (L. Elkind) Fortn.

83: 250.

What Britain is doing in. (W. F. W. Carstairs)

Canad. M. 19: 128.

To Equatoria. (A. Balfour) Blackw. 179: 209.

West, British Empire in. (H. R. Beddoes) Na-

tional, 44: 701.

Some Impressions of. Chamb. J. 80: 777.

Spiritual Beings in. (R. H. Nassau) Am. Geog.

Soc. Bull. 35: 115.
White Man's Place in. (H. H. Johnston) igth

Cent. 55: 937.

Wilderness of, Through the. (H. W. Nevinson)

Harper, 113: 26.

African and Indian Folklore. Nation, 80: 520.
African Blood, Is there, in the White Race of Europe

and America? (0. M. Peterson) Sclent. Am.

Snpp. 59: 24362.
African Boys in an American School. (S. P. Verner)

World's Work, 4: 2289.

African Colony. (J. Buchan) Blackw. 176: 75.
African Folk-Lore, Death and Dying in. (C. L. Lei-

poldt) Gent. M. n. s. 70: 538.
African Institutions in America. (Hubert H. S.

Aimes) J. Am. Folk-Lore, 18: 15.
African Languages. (A. C. Madan) Nation, 83: 347.

and Religions, Some. (L. Plunkett) Cath. World,

78: 321.

African Notes. (J. B. Dnnbar) Chamb. J. 82: 551.
Africa's Appeal to Christendom. (Momolu Massaqnoi)

Cent. 47: 927.

After the Accident. (George Hibbard) Cent. 49: 321.
After-Dinner Oratory of America. (D. Crilly) igth

Cent. 57: 853. = Eel. M. 145: 237. = Liv. Age, 245:

716.

After Grouse with Hiram. (M. Foster) Outing, 49 : 97.
After the Symposium. (Sara A. Shafer) Outl. 81:

1077.

After the Wedding ; a drama. (W. D. Howells) Har-
per, 141: 64.
After the Wedding ; a story. (E. E. Peake) Harper,

106: 512.

Afterglow, An. (L. H. French) 42: 515.
Aftermath. (M. T. Wynne) OutL 74= 620.



AFTERMATH



8



AGRICULTURE



Aftermath of War, The. (F. J. Cox) Chamb. J. 80:

I4.
Afternoon Calls. (Mrs. J. Lane) Fortn. 85: 696.=

Critic, 48= 437-
Afternoon Tea, An ; a story. (L. C. Barnes) Land of

Son. 3: 202.

Afterthought, An. (Ben Hurst) Cath. World, 81: 208.
Alton, Ind. Ter., Flint Implements and Fossil Remains

from. (W. H. Holmes) Am. Anthrop. 4: 108.
Against Orders. (F. H. Smith) Scrib. M. 40: 583.
Agape, The Christian. (J. M. Gfflis) Cath. Univ. Bull.

9= 465-
Agaasiz, Alexander, with portrait. Harr. Gred. M.

12: 213.
Agathocles, Eclipse of, B. c. 309. (Simon Newoomb)

Pop. Astron. 13: 199. (W. T. Lynn) Pop. Astron.

13: 201.

Position of, during the Eclipse. (P. H. Cowell)

Nature, 75: 10.

Agave Fibre Industry. J. Soc. Arts, 50: 102.
Age and Eminence. (E. O. Dexter) Pop. Sci. Mo. 66:

538.

Age of Reprint. Dial, 37: 559.
Aged and Infirm, A Cottage Colony for the. Char.

n: 132.

Aggera, Alois, a Tyrolese Artist. A cad. 63: 162.
Agincourt, Memorial of. (T. A. Archer) Sat. R. 100:

55.
Agnosticism. Month, 108: 337.

An Agnostic's Progress. (W. S. Palmer) Contemp.

89: 21, 166.

and National Decay. (W. Barry) National, 45: 83.

= Liv. Age, 045: 257.

at the Grave. (W. Harrison) Meth. R. 62: 230.

A Comment on Criticism. (G. Forester) Weatm.

158: Si.

Flint on. (S. H, Mellone) Mind, 29: 106. Sat. R.

96: 304. Ath. '03, i: 489.

From, to Theism. (C. F. Dole) Hibbert J. 2: no.

Gnosticism vs. Overland, n. s. 45: 556.

in the Pulpit. (P. Cams) Open Court, 20: 411.

Montaigne on. (M. Kaufmann) Quar. 199: 153.

Uniformity in Nature disproves. (J. Cooper) Meth.

R. 64: 208.

Agnostics, A Faith Helpful to. (H. C. Hay) New
Church R. ix: 481.

Religious Training of the Young by. (Mrs. F. Dar-

win) Int. J. Ethics, 13: 269.

Should they be Miserable ? (G. M. Trevelyan) Hib-

bert J. 3: 668.

Agra, India ; Taj Mahal, the most Exquisite Building
in the World. (F. C. Penfield) Booklover's M. 7:
342.

Agrarian Changes in England in 16th Century. (E. F.
Gay)Q. J. Econ. 17: 576.

Agrarian Revival. (W. Hemstreet) Arena, 29: 142.

Agreements of the U. S. other than Treaties. (C. C.
Hyde) Green Bag, 17: 229.

Agricola, Rudolph, Letters of. (P. S. Allen) Eug.
Hist. R. 21 : 302.

Agricultural Chemists, Some Problems for. (E. B.
Voorhees) Science, n. s. 24: 385.

Agricultural College and the Farm-youth. (L. H.
Bailey) Cent. 50: 733.

Agricultural College Work. (R. H. Thnrston) Sci-
ence, n. s. 15: 534.

Agricultural Colleges and Experiment Stations, Asso-
ciation of. Convention Nov. 1903. Science, n. s.
19: 61. .

1904. (E. W. Allen) Science, n. s. 21 : 340.

1905. (E W. Allen) Science, n. s. 22: 859.

Agricultural Competition and German Policy. (I. A.
Hourwich) J. Pol. Econ. xo: 259.



Agricultural Course, A Standard. Science, n. B. 13:

54.

Agricultural Economics. Science, n. s. 20: 313.
Agricultural Education. (J. C. Medd) J. Soc. Arts,

52: 461. (A. C. True) Science, n. s. 18: 684.

American, an Untilled Field. (K. L. Butterfield)

Pop. Sci. Mo. 63: 257.

in the U. S. (J. C. Medd) i9th Cent. 60: 299.

Present-day Need in. (EL Tremayne) Fortn. 79:

1068.

Social Phase of. (K. L. Butterfield) Pop. Sci. Mo.

67= 353-

Agricultural Experiment Stations, Achievements in
State and National. (W. S. Harwood) Am. M.
61 : 123, 412.

Work of the. (A. C. True) Science, n. s. 15: 939.
Agricultural Gangs in England. (K. Tanqueray) Con-
temp. 81: 854.

Agricultural Implements, A Trust in. (Alfred H.

Lewis) Cosmopol. 38: 666.
Agricultural Machinery, Influence of, on Production

and Labor. (H. W. Quaiutance) Am. Econ. Assoc.

3dser. 5: 79'
Agricultural Parcel Post. (J. H. Heaton) igth Cent.

53= 253.
Agricultural Policy, An, for England. (F. A. Chan-

ning) Indep. R. 4: 458.
Agricultural Produce, Loans to Dealers in. Bank. M.

(N. Y.) 72: 49.
Agricultural Prosperity of Germany. (O. Eltzbacher)

Contemp. 87: 457.

Agricultural Research in England. (A. D. Hall) Con-
temp. 86: 675.
Agricultural Science. (H. P. Armsby) Science, n. s.

24: 673.

Recent Developments in. (A. D. Hall) Science,

n. s. 22: 449.
Agricultural Wages in England and Wales during the

Last Fifty Years. (A. W. Fox) J. Statis. Soc.

66: 273.
Agriculture, American, Growth and Management of.

(F. T. Carlton) Ann. Am. Acad. Pol. Sci. 22:

49'-
Origin of. (O. F. Cook) Pop. Sci. Mo. 61 : 492.

Ancient, and its Survivals To-day. (W. H. Legge)

Reliquary, 45: 217.

and the British Empire. (W. T. Thiselton-Dyer)

Nature, 73: 488.

as a Source of National Wealth. Bank. M. (N. Y.)

?o: 235.

Attitude of Reformers toward. (R. Wiggs) Westm.

166: 32.

Chemistry in. (M. Foster) Sat. R. 101: 23o. = Liv.

Age, 249: 1 88.

Clergy and. (L. Phillips) Econ. R. 16: 315.

Co-operative, in Denmark. (E. Gioskov) Econ. R.

12: 410.

Co-operative Methods in. (A.M. Brice) Temp. Bar,

131: 581.

Cultivation of Desert in U. S. (J. W. Helburn)

Am. M. 61: 493.

in England. Science, n. s. 20: 313. Ed. R. 197:

475-
bow it was Ruined by Protection. Spec. 91 :

904.
The New Farmer and the New Earth. (B. T.

Galloway) World's Work, 7: 4179.
Possibilities of. (C. W. Sorensen) Contemp. 81 :

61.
Some Neglected Lessons. (R. H. I. Palgrave)

National, 43: 946.

in Great Britain, Estimates of Losses in, 1870-1900.

(R. H. I. Palgrave) J. Statis. Soc. 68: 50.



AGRICULTURE



ALABAMA



Agriculture, in Great Britain, Small Holdings of Far
Forest, Worcestershire. (G. F. Eyre) Econ. R. la

158-

in its Relations to Bacteria. (H. W. Wiley) J

Frankl. Inst. 154: 81, 161.

in Mexico. (S. C. Andrus) Nat'l M. (Bost.) 17

485.

in Quebec. (G. Boron) Canad. M. 24: 429.

in the U. S. Nat. Geog. M. 16: 39.

Diffusion of Agricultural Prosperity. (H. C.

Adams) R. of Rs. 26: 235.
The Farmer's Balance Sheet for 1902. (W. R.

Draper) R. of Rs. 26: 332.

The International Institute of. (S. Suzzatti) No.

Am. 182: 651.

The New. (W. S. Harwood) Scrib. M. 31: 643.
and Countr v Life. (Mary C. Blossom) World's

Work, 3: 1626.

New Way of getting Money out of the Ground.

(G. P. Serviss) Munsey, 34: 17*.

Present Problems in. (L. H. Bailey) Science, n. s.

21: 681.

Prosperity in. (W. Hill) J. Pol. Econ. 10: 6u.

Revolution in. (S. A. Knapp) World's Work, la:

7733-

Rogers's History of. (J. H. Hollander) Nation,

76: 195-

Scientific. Science, n. s. 34: 92. (Frances E.,

Countess of Warwick) No. Am. i8a: 408.

State Aid in. Sat. R. 95: 579.

under Cloth. (A. Goodrich) World's Work, 3:

Vital Facts of. (C. W. Burkett) Ctry Life Am. 7:

255.

What Reformers can do for. Indep. R. 4: 321.
Aguinaldo, Emilio, Wanderings of. (W. B. Cochran)

J. Mil. Serv. Inst. 34: 454-

Ah-lo-ma. (Bert Huffman) Overland, n. s. 45: 491.
Ahmed-al-Hassan. (A. D. Grange) Idler, 28: 109.
Ahr, Valley of the ; a Vale of Health. (F. B. Wilber-

force) Cath. World, 77: 301.
Ahrens, Carl, Painter. (E. Spencer) Brush & P.

14: 16.
Aiken, Prof. C. A., with portrait. (W. A. Packard)

Princ. Univ. Bull. 4: 21.
Ailesbury, Thomas, Earl ; a Courtier of James II.

(Winifred Burghclere) Quar. 203: 548.
Ainger, Alfred. Ath. '04, i: 209. = Liv. Age, 240:

696. (A. W. Ward) Macmil. 89 : 470. = Liv.

Age, 241 : 295. (E. Sichel) Monthly R. 14, no. 3:

64. (E. Sichel) Quar. 201 : 169.

Lectures and Essays. Ath. '06, i : 289.

Life and Letters of. (H. A. Bruce) Outl. 84: 835.

(H. C. Beeching) Liv. Age, 250: 242.
Ainsworth, W. Harrison. (F. Gribble) Fortn. 83:

533- With portrait. (B. Stark) Bookman, 16:

368.
Ainus, The. (P. Cams) Open Court, 19: 163. (Helen

E. Gregory-Flesher) Calif. M. i: 365.

The Hokkaido. (A. C. Hartshorne) Chant. 39:

574-
Air and Life. (J. E. Gore) Gent. M. n. s. 70: 504.

Compressed, Illness caused by. (T. Oliver) J. Soc.

Arts, 54: 667. = Am. Arch. 89: 218.
Greater Economy needed in Production of. Sci.

Am. Supp. 62: 890.
in the Machine Shop and Foundry. (W. L.

Sannders) Cassier, 23: 3.

in Mining. (E. A. Rix) Cassier, aa: 344.

Railway run by. (C. B. Hodges) Cassier, a8:

466.
Recent Advances in Use of. (W. L. Sannders)

Cassier, 3 125.



Air, Disturbances in, Photography of. (H. S. Allan)
Nature, 65: 575.

Filtration of. (J. C. Baker) Craftsman, 8: 521,

Impurities of. (G. C. Frankland) Longm. 39: 247.

Liquid. (G. Claude) J. Frankl. Inst. 162: 375.
Practical Possibilities of. (C. von Linde) Cassier,

Lower, Temperature of. Science, n. s. 20: 155.

Mechanism of. (J. M. Bacon) Contemp. 83: 226.

Medicated. (W. Ewart) igth Cent. 56: 97.

Pure, as a Health Preserver. Chamb. J. 79: 420.
Air-brush for Distributing Color. (C. L. Burdick) J.

Soc. Arts, 54: 147.
Air Radiation. (C. C. Hntchins and J. C. Pearsons)

Am. J. Sci. 168: 277.
Air-sacs, Animal Windbags and Love-displays. (W.

P. Pycraft) Knowl. 26: i.
Air-ship, Development of the. (J. M. Bacon) i9th Cent.

52: 48. =Liv. Age, 835: 292. = Eel. M. 139: 822.
- The Modern. (P. E. McDonnell) World To-day, 5:

147'.

Stanley Spencer's Trip across London, Sept., 1902.

(F. Fayant) Idler, aa: 23.
Air-ship and Aeroplane Experiments in Europe, Recent.

Sci. Am. 95: 470.
Air-ships and Flying Machines. (A. Santos-Dumont)

No. Am. 174: 721.

and M. Santos-Dumont. (B. Baden-Powell) Fortn.

83: 496. = Liv. Age, 345: 786.

The Conquest of the Air. (B. Meiklejohn) World's

Work, 13: 8283. Spec. 97 : 818.

Era of. (J. F. Thome) Munsey, 30: 647.

Future of. (A. Santos-Dumont) Fortn. 83: 442.=

Liv. Age, 845: 129. (A. Santos-Dumont) Outl.
77= 52.

The Polar. (Walter Wellman) Nat. Geog. M. 17:

208.

Proposed, at St. Louis Fair. Science, n. s. 16: 341.
Aird, Thomas, Journalist and Poet. (T. Bayne) Geut.

M. n. s. 69: 262.
Airedale Terrier, The. (J. S. Watson) Ctry Life Am.

3= 235.

Aisse, Mademoiselle, Letters of. Macmil. 89: 57.
Aix, A Pool of Siloam. (E. O'E. Somerville) National,

4o: 579.

Ajaccio. (R. W. W. Cryan) Westm. 157: 452.
Akin, Louis, Painter of Indians. (G. Macdonald)

Brash & P. 18: 113.
Akoulalion, for making the Deaf Hear. (B. Chappie)

Nat'l M. (Bost.) 18: 129.

Akron, Ohio. (C. Dick) Nat'l M. (Bost.) 18: 397.
'Al Shechitah; poem from the Yiddish. (Helena

Frank) Jew. Q. 19: 127.
Alabama, Civil War and Reconstruction in, Fleming

on. (J. W. Garner) Dial, 40: 150.

Confederate Finance in. (W. L. Fleming) M. of

Hist, i: 214, 274, 354.

Constitutional Convention, 1901, Municipal Govern-

ment in. (A. E. McKinley) Ann. Am. Acad. Pol.
Sci. 19: 143.

Educational and Literary Activity in. (W. L.

Fleming) M. of Hist, a: 34.

Industrial Development in, during the Civil War.

(W. L. Fleming) So. Atlan. Q. 3: 260.

Industrial System of, Reorganization of, after the

Civil War. (W. L. Fleming) Am. J. Sociol. 10:

473-

Internal Improvements in. (W. E. Martin) J. H.

Univ. Stud, ao: 127.

Library Association Meeting, Dec., 1905. Pub. Lib.

zi: Si.

New Constitution of. (A. E. McKinley) Pol. Sci. Q.

18: 480.



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Alabama, Peace Movement in, 1863-65. (W. L. Flem-
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Single-tax Colony. (G. Petrie) BookloTer's M. 2:

416.

Alabastre, Wm., Sonnets of. (B. Dobell) Ath. '03, a:
856.

Aladdin's Cap. (H. Black) Idler, 27: 130.

Aladyin, Russia's First " Walking Delegate." (Kel-
logg Durland) R. of Rs. (N. Y.) 34= '68-

Alameda, Cal. (F. N. Delanoy) Land of Sun. 15: 189.

Alamogordo Desert. (T. H. MacBride) Science, n. s.
21 : 90.

Alarcon's El Capitan Veneno ; ed. by G. G. Brownell.
(R. E. Bassett) School R. xo: 717.

Alaric. (W. B. Wallace) Un. Serv. M. 25: 643.

Alarm of Angelone, The. (W. H. Osborne) Every-
body's, 13: 466.

Alarm Bell, The ; a story. (H. B. M. Watson) Outing,

39: 5 2 7.

Alaska, and International Law, from a Canadian Point
of View. (F. H. Tnrnock) Ontl. 75: 604.

and the Klondike. (S. Jackson) Chaut. 38: 235.

and the Reindeer. (J. C. CantweU) Calif. M. 3:

259.



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