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uca. R. 31: 383.

Compulsory Beginnings in. (J. W. Perrin) Educa.

R. 25: 240.

Cost of. (C. W. Eliot) Educa. R. 25: 490.

Creative. (H. van Dyke) Calif. Univ. Chron. 7:

'59-

Creigh ton's Thoughts on. Ath. '02, a: 209.

A Critical Paper in. (R. F. Cholmeley) Monthly

R. 12, no. 3: 158.

The Culture Element and Economy of Time in. (J.

H. Baker) Educa. R. 27: 494.

A Definition of. (W. E. Aikin) Educa. 25: 366.

Democracy and. (Vida D. Scudder) Allan. 89:

816.

Conversation with Rabbi Charles Fleischer.

Arena, 27: 487.

Democracy in ; Principles and Practice of Pres. W.

R. Harper. (Shailer Mathews) World To-day, 8:
432.

Difficult. (A. E. Eichmann) Educa. 26: 393.

Disadvantages of. (O. Eltzbacher) i9th Cent. 53:

3i5.

Dominae Scholae. (Mrs. A. Earle) Contemp. 87: 803.

Early, Limitations of. (J. T. Prince) N. Church R.

9: 321.

Eastern [U. S.] through Western Eyes. (Grant

Showerman) Educa. R. 30: 47.

Economy in. (C. S. Hartwell) Educa. R. 30: 159.

The Educational Fact. (T. Brosnahan) Am. Cath.

Q. 30: 209, 508.

Elementary, in New York City. Dial, 38: 255.

English and American Views of. Spec. 92: 595.

English Ideal of. (M. E. Sadler) Indep. 54: 2015.

English Public School, from a Colonial Point of

View. (A Victim) Chamb. J. 83: 173.

Ethnic Factors in. (Edgar L. Hewett) Am. An-

thropol. 7: i.

Exhibit of Sweden at St. Louis. (A. T. Smith)

Educa. 25: 440.

for Country Children. (R. G. Wilberforce) igth

Cent. 59: 678.

for Efficiency. (W. H. Maxwell) Pop. Sci. Mo. 67:

363-

for Life. (T. Addison) Calif. Univ. Chron. 4: 342.

for the Machine Trades. (S. M. Vauclain) Cassier,

21 : 509.

for Social Efficiency. (M. V. O'Shea) Am. J. So-

ciol. ii : 646.

From High School to College. (T. M. Drown) Sci-

ence, n. s. 17: 521.

Gap between Elementary and Higher Schools in

England. Nature, 75: 88.

Gifts to. (C. F. Thwing) Outl. 72: 222.

Health and. (T. C. Horsfall) Contemp. 89: 340.

Higher, Accessible to the Poor. (J. B. Angell)

Calif. Univ. Chron. 6: 247.
and the Government. (C. D. Walcott) Univ. of

Chic. Rec. 6: 40.
The Church and. (W. H. Hickman) Meth. R.

62: 741.
Contribution of Germany to. (J. M. Coulter)

Univ. of Chic. Rec. 8: 348.

for Business and Manufacturing. (J. H. Con-
verse) Ann. Am. Acad. Pol. Sci. 34: 115.

in America. (E. O. Sisson) Dial, 41 .'321.

in Germany and the United States. (R. Tombo,

jr.) Science, n. s. 20: 73.
in a Prosperous Democracy. (C. F. Thwing)

Outl. 70: 374.

in Wales. Qnar. 200: 599.

National Standard in. (H. W. HorwilJ) Atlan.

90: 329.



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Education, Higher, of the Bread Winners. (T. W.

Davidson) Craftsman, 2: 233.
of the Business Man. (D. S. Jordan) Indep. 54:

1867.
of the Central West. (C. F. Thwing) Internat.

Q. 9: 382.
of Workingmen. (J. A. R. Marriott) Fortn. 86:

247.
Problem of, in the Lutheran Church. (F. L.

Sigmund) Luth. Q. 34: 193.
Some Features of American. (. J. James)

Science, n. s. 16: 68 1.
State Aid for. Nature, 71 : 487.

History of. (W. Poland) Am. Cath. Q. 27: 145.

(E. C. Moore) School R. n: 350.
Scope and Aims of. (A. O. Norton) Educa. R.

27: 443-

Home. (W. L. Hervey) Chaut. 40: 165.

How can we adapt our System to Present Needs ?

(J. M. Tyler) School R. 10: 742.

Imperial Co-operation in. (C. A. Barnicoat) Monthly

R. 20, no. 2: 142.

in Alabama, Current Problems in. (J. B. Graham)

Ann. Am. Acad. Pol. Sci. 22: 280.

in American Expositions. (F. W. Smith) Educa.

24: 222.

in Ancient Greece, Philosophy and. (E. C. Moore)

Calif. Univ. Chron. 3: 124.

in Australia, Primary. (G. H. Frodsham) igth

Cent. 55: 219.

in Canada. Canad. M. 23: 509.

Public School Question. (G. Smith) Canad. M.

18: 222.

in Canadian Northwest, and Autonomy Documents.

(J. A. Cooper) Canad. M. 25: 214.

in the Channel Islands. Ath. '06, i: 137.

in a Democracy. (Joseph W. Folk) So. Atlan. Q.

5: 226.

in England. Blackw. 176: 756.

and the Evangelicals. (C. Wimborne) i9th Cent.

59= 387.
a.. J in America, Points of Contrast in. (M. E.

Sadler) Educa. R. 24: 217.
and the New Government, 1906. (Stanley of Al-

derley) i9th Cent. 59: 371.
at Public Schools. (N. A. Thompson) Westm.

163: 597. Ed. R. 204: 263.
Bill of 1902. (E. L. Stanley) Contemp. 81 : 609.

(J. A. Spender) Contemp. 82: 808. (T. J.
Macnamara) Fortn. 77 : 830. (C. Brereton)
Monthly R. 7, no. 2: 55. (H. M. Bompas) Fortn.
78: 441. (M. F. Glancey) Dub. R. 131: *.
Educa. R. 24: 420. Blackw. 172: 864. (O. J.
Lodge and others) Nature, 65: 562. Church Q.
54: 204. Ed. R. 146: 236. (P. Lynch) Dub. R.
130: 238. (W. T. Stead) R. of Rs. (N. Y.) 27: 78.

(G. Simmons) Cath. World, 76: 724. (T. J.
O'Shea) Am. Cath. Q. 28: 114. (D. L. George)
Contemp. 83 : 569. Educa. 23 : 384. Sat. R. 95 :
112.

Amendment of. (G. W. Kekewich) Contemp.

84= 457.

and a fter. Church Q. 58: 396. Educa. 25:

184.

and the Free Churches. (W. R. Nicoll) Con-
temp. 82: 632.

at Work. (T. J. Macnamara) Fortn. 79: 28.

Attitude of Non-conformists. Contemp. 82:

429.

The Church and. (G. W. Kekewich) Contemp.

83: 779.

Clergy and. National, 41 : 95. (D. C. Lath-
bury) i9th Cent. 53: i.



Education, in England, Bill of 1902, Compromise on.
Spec. 92: 484.

Concession, Compromise, Concordat. (J. Mas-

sie) Contemp. 86: 243.

Concordat not Compromise ; a Reply. (J. G.

Rogers) Fortn. 85: 332.

Crux of the Difficulty. (W. T. Stead) Indep.

54: 2575.

Educational Conciliation. (D. C. Lathbury)

igthCent. 56: 67.

A Few Words on. (J. Bryce) igth Cent. 51 :

849. = Liv. Age, 235: 321.

how Long will it Last ? (D. C. Lathbury)

i9thCent. 55: 47.

in the Counties. Ed. R. 199: 457.

in the New Parliament. (T. J. Macnamara)

Fortn. 80: 800.

Local Option. Quar. 195: 637.

Non-conformists and. (J. C. Rogers) 19th

Cent. 53: 14.

Passive Resistance. (C. S. Home) Outl. 74:

656. (F.W. H. Reed) Westm. 161: 33.

A Postscript on. (Northumberland) National,

39: 828.

Reasonableness and. (A. W. Gattie) igth Cent.

5* : 472.

Renewed Struggle for the Schools. (R. C.

Fletcher) igth Cent. 51: 540.

Secondary and Technical Education. (J.

Wertheiraer) Nature, 67: 177.

Secularist Position with regard to. (T. Gardi-
ner) Westm. 159: 545-

Some Possible Amendments in. (J. Fitch) i9th

Cent. 51: 952.

Bill of 1906. Quar. 204: 590. (T. J. Macna-
mara, H. Paul, Archbishop of Westminster, Vet.
Halifax, J. G. Rogers, D. C. Lathbury) igth Cent.
59: 705. = Liv. Age, 249: 579, 643. Spec. 96: 704.
(M. E. Sadler) Educa. R. 32: 109. (Stanley of
Alderley) Contemp. 89: 609. (K. D. Cotes) Fortn.
85: 871. Blackw. 179: 735- 180: 575. (G. W.
Kekewich) 2oth Cent. Q. I, no. 2: 55. (James
Moorhouse) National 47: 575. (S. F. Smith)
Month, 107: 337, 449, 561. (D. S. A. Cosby)
Westm. 165: 602.

Amendment of the. (T. J. Macnamara) Con-
temp. 89: 380.

'and Religions Teaching. Chaut. 43: 395.

Mr. Birrell's Choice. (J. W. Diggle) Hibbert

J. 4= 540.

Bishop Ilsley and. (J. H Muirhead) Hibbert

J. 5: 64. (J. Gorst) Pie ator Mutual Conces-
sions ; (J. Hereford) ; Symposium (R. B. Haldane
and others) igth Cent. 52: 576.

The Catholic Threat of Passive Resistance.

(P. T. Forsyth) Contemp. 89: 562.

Conflict or Compromise ? (D. C. Lathbury)

1 9th Cent. 60: 136.

Controversy on. (J. G. Rogers) igth Cent. 60:

337. (W. T. Stead) R. of Rs. (N. Y.) 34: 722.
(W. B. Carpenter) Fortn. 85: TOOI.

A Forecast. (Beriah G. Evans) Monthly R.

22, no. 3: 19.

House of Lords and. (Francis Bourne) igth

Cent. 60: 835. = Liv. Age, 251 : 525. (Lord Evers-
ley) igth Cent. 60: 1017.

A Lost Opportunity. (James M. Wilson) In-
dep. R. 10: 13.

The Omnipotent Halfpenny. (F. Swiney)

Westm. 165: 158.

Prospects of. (H. Paul) xoth Cent. 60: 145.

The Religious Difficulty. (S. A. Burnett) In-
dep. R. 8: 252.



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Education, in England, Bill of 1906. The Secular Solu-
tion. (J.M. Robertson) Indep. R. 9 : 33-

What wiU the Lords do ? (St. Paul) iQth Cent.

60: 1027.

The Bishops' Resolutions on, loo'- (W. J. B.

Richards) Dub. R. 130: i.

Church, State, Dogma and. (P. T. Forsyth) Con-
temp. 90: 82;.

Difficulty of ; Cannot Churchmen and Noncon-
formist* agree? (H. J. Bardsley) Fortn. 84:
280.

Crisis in, 1902. (G.Simmons) Cath. World, 76:

152.

1906. (W. Barry) Cath. World, 83: 642.

Elementary, and the Religious Question. (A.

V. Dicey) Nation, 82: 506.

Flaws in. (Cyril Jackson) Indep. R. 9: 45.

Future of Denominational Schools. (M. E.

Sadler) Indep. R. 9: 253.

Hodge and his Educators. (Edmund Verney)

Indep. R. 6: 38.

in 1904. (F. Watson) School R. 13: 105.

in the Village. Spec. 93: 1046.

Irish Party and Voluntary Schools. (T. B.

McCall) Westm. 163: 279.

Latest Blue Book on, 1903. Month, 102: 572.

Movements in. (W. K. Hill) School R. 10:

.195.
Politics and Education. (A. Birrell) Contemp.

82: 479.

Problem of. (J. Fitch) igth Cent. 51 : 24.

The Question of, 1907. (N. D. J. Straton) 2oth

Cent. Q. I, no. 1:15.
Revolution in. (C. Brereton) Monthly R. 15, no.

3 : 55-

School Reform. (O. Lodge) Contemp. 85: 153.

Schoolmasters and their Masters. (D. C. Pedder)

Contemp. 89: 795.

Sir Francis Sharp Howell on. J. Statis. Soc. 67 :

561.
Some Aspects of. (Lucy M. Salmon) Educa. R.

3 I: 6 7.
Story of. (J. E. G. de Montmorency) Pop. Sci.

Mo. 65: 263, 344.
' Towards Germany or France ? (C. Brereton)

Monthly R. 15, no. i : 81.
What have we gained ? (F. Greenwood) iQth

Cent. 52: 179.

in France. (E. P. Baillot) Ednca. 26: 385.

Rural. (C. Brereton) J. Soc. Arts, 51 : 54.

Secondary, Reform in. (G. Compayre") Educa.

R. 25: 130.

in Germany. (M. D. Learned) Educa. 27: 25.

and England. (F. M. Perkin) Nature, 67: 226.

and Mis-education. (J. Ellis Barker) Contemp.

90: 516.
Long Vacation and the Afternoon Lessons. (O.

Thiergen) School R. 10: 601.
System of. (W. von Schierbrand) No. Am. 183:

376.

in India. Nature, 69: 621.

in Ireland, Primary. (Michael McDonnell) No.

Am. 181: 386.

The Ruin of. (J. R. Fisher) National, 40: 278.

University. Month, 103: 314.

in Japan. Ednca. 24: 380.

in the Leading Countries. World's Work, 8: 5045.

in London after May, 1904. Sat. R. 97: 135.
Bill for, 1905. (T. J. Macnamara) Contemp. 83:

183. (C. Brereton) Fortn. 79: 193. Sat. R. 95:
444, 542.
Imperfections of. Sat. R. 95: 129.

in Mexico, (A. T. Smith) Ednca. 26: 563.



Education, in the Middle West, Democratic. (F. J.
Turner) World's Work, 6: 3754.

in Mississippi, Progress of. (R. B. Fulton) Ann.

Am. Acad. Pol. Sci. 22: 304.

in the Netherlands. (J. C. Medd) J. Soc. Arts, 51 :

34.

in New Jersey, Legal Status of. (C. J. Baxter)

Educa. 26: 496.

in North Carolina. Current Problems. (C. D.

Mclver) Ann. Am. Acad. Pol. Sci. 22: 293.

in the Orient, Pacific Coast's Relation to. (B. I.

Wheeler) Calif. Univ. Chron. 8: 65.

in Russia, Reform in. (Sof ja L. Friedland) Indep.

54: 2'6.

in Scotland ; how ought it to be organized ? (Jaa.

Donaldson) Contemp. 89: 18 1.
Scotch Education Bill, 1905. Blackw. 178: 142.

in the South. (L. Hulley) Educa. 26: 486.

Conference for, 1903. (R. C. Ogden) Ann. Am.

Acad. Pol. Sci. 22: 171.
Progress of. (J. Daniels) Ann. Am. Acad. Pol.

Sci. 22: 310.

in the Southwest. (E. A. Alderman) Ann. Am.

Acad Pol. Sci. 22: 287.

in Spain, National and Clerical. (M. De Unamuno)

Indep. 57: 427.

in Tennessee. (C. W. Dabney) Ann. Am. Acad.

Pol. Sci. 22: 284.

in the United States. (A. Moseley) Indep. 56: 359.

Dexter's History of. Cath. World, 8<r 104.

Frenchman on. (A. T. Smith) Educa. 25: 631.

How the American Boy is educated. Chant. 41 :

60.

Impressions of . (F. W. Nash) Educa. R. 25: 217.

Needs of Public. (C. W. Eliot) World's Work,

5: 2894.
North and South. (C. W. Eliot) Ednca. R. 23:

486.

Our Chaotic. (P. H. Hanus) Forum, 33: 222.

Our National Superstition. (B. Wendell) No.

Am. 179: 388.

Problems of. (W. DeW. Hyde) Forum, 32: 551.

The Trend of. (Andrew S. Draper) Appleton's

M. 8: 146.

in the Light of a New Church. (J. Reed) N. Church

R. 9= 337.

in Moral Principles. (J. Goddard) N. Church R. 9:

245-

in the West, Higher. (W. R. Harper) No. Am.
179: 584.

Influence of, upon Trade and Industry. (F. M.

Perkin) Nature, 66: 442.

Influential Fallacies about. (E. H. Russell) School

R. II : 827. (M. A. Jordan) School R. 12: 129.

Jewish, Origin and Development of. (G. Harold

Ellis) Fed agog. Sera. 9: 50.

Kind of, best suited to Boys. (R. R. Halleck)

School R. 14: 512.

The Ladder of. (G. Bourne) Macmil. 91: 471.

Liberal, The Present Peril of. (A. F. West) Princ.

Univ. Bull. 14: 159.

Machinery of. (P. S. Burrell) Macmil. 89: 336.

Making it hit the Mark. (W. G. Parsons) Atlan.

97: 433-

Mental Types and their Recognition in our Schools.

(A. T. Hadley) Harper, m: 123.

Methods and Principles of the igth Century. (A.

T. Hadley) Ednca. R. 28: 325.

Modern, Phases ot. (F. O. Carpenter) Educa. 26:

191.

Monroe's History of. (E. O. Sisson) Dial, 40: 116.

Moseley Educational Commission. Science, n. s.

18: 505.



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Education. Nature and Man. (E. R. Lancaster) Pop.
Sci. Mo. 67: 435.

Need of a New Basis in. (J. M. Rice) Forum, 35:

440.

New. (L. H. Bailey) Ctry Life Am. 5: 34.

An Academic Center for. (G. M. Millar) Arena,

29: 60 i.

Non School. (R. G. Boone) Educa. 23: 83.

of Adults. (H. C. Bumpus) Am. J. Soc. Sci. 42:

144. (H. M. Leipziger) Am. J. Soc. Sci. 42: 133.
(M. Dewey) Am. J. Soc. Sci. 42: 152.

of Business Men. (W. A. Scott) World To-day, 9:

878. (J. B. Walker) Cosmopol. 39: no p.

of Children begun too Early. (C. W. Saleeby)

Acad. 66: 51.

of Country Children for the Farm. (D. E. M'Clnre)

Educa. 26: 65.

of the Future, The. (E. Pomeroy) Arena, 31: 449.

of the Physical Life. (W. Channing) Am. J. Soc.

Sci. 43: 163.

of School Boards. (W. McAndrew) Dial, 35: 81.

of the Upper Classes in France and England. (P.

C. Yorke) Gent. M. n. s. 68: 563.

The Old, and the New. (F. Burk) Forum, 33: 474-

Organization and Progress in American Cities. Ann.

Am. Acad. Pol. Sci. 25: 157.

Panton's Views on. (F. Watson) Gent. M. n. 8. 74:

554.

The Pathology of. (J. M. Tyler) Am. J. Soc. Sci.

43: 15*.

Person in. (H. C. King) Bib. Sac. 60: 510.

Place of, in Reform. (E. C. Moore) Arena, 27:

499-

Popular, Neglected Factor im (D. H. Banslin)

Luth. Q. 35: 189.

Practical in. (M. V. O'Shea) Indep. 54: 1894.

The Preparatory Day School of the Future. (C.

Simmons) Contemp. 90: 344.

" Primary " and " Secondary " in. (E. E. K.

Warner) Educa. R. 28: 420.

a Process. (R. G. Boone) Educa. 22: 604.

Professional Literature. (M. Hill) Educa. 25: 612.

Professionalism in. (R. M. Green) Harv. Grad. M.

12: 376.

Progress in, 1903. (W. DeW. Hyde) World's Work,

6: 3780. (E. Lyttelton) National, 42: 824.

Psychical Dispositions in. (C. A. Dnbray) Cath.

Univ. Bull. 12: 15.

Public Purpose in. (A. T. Hadley) Indep. 57: 254.

Public School. (A. C. Benson) Monthly R. 21, no.

3= 31.

Value of a. (R. Lucas) National, 47: 427.

Rejoinder. (C. Lester) National, 47 ' 622.

Public School Garden. (H. L. Clapp) New Eng.

M. n. s. 26: 417.

Public Schools. (N. A. Thompson) Westm. 163:

597-

Quantitative Study of. (E. L. Thorndike) Forum,

36= 44L

Recent Books on, 1905. (H. D. Sheldon) Dial, 38:

270.

Recollections of a Board School Teacher. Monthly

R. 24, no. 2: i.

Relation to Good Government. (Hermann Speck

von Sternbnrg) Forum, 38: 244.

Religion and Public. (James H. Canfield) Educa.

R. 32: 453-

Religion as concerned in. (J. C. Kilgo) So. Atlan.

Q. 2: 209.

Required by the Times. (E. B. Knerr) Luth. Q.

34= 2'8.

Rhoda's Teacher and her School. (A. Oilman)

Atlan. 96: 160.



Education, Rockefeller's Endowment for Higher. Sci-
ence, n. a. 22: 28.

Rural, in France. (A. D. H.) Nature, 66: 225.

St. Thomas's Theory of. (E. A. Pace) Cath. Univ.

Bull. 8: 290.

School and College. (W. C. France) Nation, 74: 55.

(Magister Artium) Corah. 91 : 488.

Science and. Contemp. 87: 383.

Science of. (C. M. Woodward) Science, n. s. 24:

833.

Scope of. (H. E. Armstrong) Nature, 66: 589.

Secular, American Principles vt. (T. F. Woodlock)

Cath. World, 79: 711.

in the Interest of Religious Truth. (M. M. Bar-

rie) 1 9th Cent. 59: 1045.

Secularist Position with regard to. (T. Gardiner)

Westm. 158: 431.

Separation of the Church from the Tax-supported

School. (W. T. Harris) Educa. R. 26: 222.

Shall the State educate ? (Goldwin Smith) Monthly

R. 10, no. i: 37.

Seven Factors of. (H. E. Osborn) Educa. R. 32: 56.

Sex in. (E. L. Thorndike) Bookman, 23: 211.

Social, Congress on. (O. H. Moore) Char. 17: 439.
in the Public Schools. (H. Woolston) Char. 16:

57.

Social Aspects of. (G. S. Hall) Pedagog. Sem. y

93. (G. S. Hall) Educa. R. 23: 433.

Social Basis of. (Jeremiah W. Jenks) Educa. R.

30= 442.

Some Reflections upon English and German. (R.

B. Lattimer) Monthly R. 25, no. i: 91.

Specialization and Concentration in. (J. W. Rich-

ard) Luth. Q. 34: 237.

State-aided, in England and Scotland. (J. E. Gra-

ham) Jurid. R. 14: 365.

State, and Militarism. (R. Knyvet- Wilson) Westm.

161: 386.

Strengthening the Foundations. (F. J. Adkins)

Westm. 163: 177.

Superficiality in. Undigested Securities in Educa-

tion. (J. Trowbridge) Outl. 75: 704.

Survival of the Unfit in. (J. B. Weems) Educa. R.

31: 248.

Tendencies in, in England, France, and Prussia,

(A. T. Smith) Educa. 27: 243.

That Idol. (A. J. Richardson) Un. Serv. M. 31:

Theory of, Present Problems in. (Elmer E. Brown)

Ednca. R. 29: 36.

through Activity. (S. N. Patten) Char. 12: 790.

through Social Intercourse. (R. G. Boone) Educa.

23: 617.

Too Much. (P. S. Bnrrell) Westm. 159: 271.

Training of the Citizen. (C. Zneblin) Chaut. 38:

161.

The Trick of. (A. Meynell) Harper, 108: 376.

Twentieth Century. (B. O. Flower) Arena, 29: 84.

Two Foreign Schools and their Suggestions. (D. S.

Sanford) New Eng. M. n. s. 26: 293.

U. S. Commissionership of. (Ossian Lang ; C. M.

Gayley) Nation, 83: 8.

University Study of. (N. M. Butler) Univ. of Chic.

Rec. 9= '3-

vs. Crime ; Elmira Reformatory School. (A. D.

Call) Ednca. 22: 587.

Viscount's, in the Seventeenth Century. (D. Towns-

hend) Temp. Bar,' 133: 524.

Lester F. Ward on. (E. L. Thorndike) Bookman,

24: 200.

What is? (C.W. Super) Bib. Sac. 62: 146. (J. B.

Walker) Cosmopol. 37: 4'-

which lessens Vulgarity. Sat. R. zoo: 458.



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Education, without Religion. (Rebecca H. Davis)
Indep. 55: 2848.

Work and Play as Factors in. (Jane Addams)

Chaut. 42: 251.

The Workshop and School. (O. L. Triggs) Crafts-

man, 3: 20.

World-unifying Forces in. (J. L. Barton) Outl. 72:

453-

Zola's Last Word on. (T. Dickinson) Educa. 25:

468.
Education of King Jim, The. (Q. S. Chappell) Scrib.

M. 38: 577.
Education of a Saint; a story. (E. W. Blashfield)

Atlan. 94: 333-
Education Board in Large Cities. (D. Mowry) Educa.

26: 71.
Educational Administration, Progress of. (Nicholas

M. Butler) Educa. R. 32: 515.
Educational Agencies, Supplementary. (O. Harris)

Educa, R. 23: 117.
Educational Bill of Settlement. (C. Brereton) Fortn.

77: 821.
Educational Concordat, An. (A. Birrell) Liv. Age,

39 : 3 8 5- = Eel- M. 142: 47.
Educational Courses in German Universities. (E. O.

Sisson) Educa. 26: 283.
Educational Diagnosis. (W. I. Crane) School R. 10:

433.
Educational Diversity. (F. J. Mather, jr.) Nation, 75:

458. (R. H. Thurston) Nation, 76: 91.
Educational Ideals. Ed. R. 195: 58.

English. (A. H. Gilkes) Indep. R. 7: 168.
Educational Ideas in 19th Century, Development of.

(J. L. Spalding) Educa. R. 28: 335.
Educational Institutions on the Pacific Coast. (L. Ab-
bott) Outl. 78: 213.

Political Interference with. (O. C. Pardee) Calif.

Univ. Cbron. 2: 392.
Educational Legislation in the U. S. in 1904. (Andrew

S. Draper) .Educa. R. 29: 387.
Educational Machinery, why it fails to yield a Better

Product. (J. M. Rice) Forum, 36: 96.
Educational Methods, Some New. Chamb. J. 79: 660.
Educational Museum of Paris. (F. P. Graves) School

R. 13: 127.
Educational Outlook, The, based on Occupations.

(L. D. Arnett) Pedagog. Sera. 12: 334.

in 1906. (Ossian H. Long) Forum, 37: 528.
Educational Peril, England's. Fortn. 77 : 497.
Educational Philanthropy, Expenditures in. (R. A.

Woods) Educa, R. 25: 483.

Educational Prejudices. (J. G. Smith) Fortn. 78: 448.
Educational Problem of the United States. (P. Chubb)

Nation, 79: 311.
Educational Problems. (John Percival) Pop. Sci. Mo.

66: 273.

Light on Some. (H. A. Stimson) No. Am. 177:

47.
Educational Professional Literature. (M. Hill) Educa.

25: 612.
Educational Progress, Another View of. (W. E. Dodd)

So. Atlan. Q. 2: 325.

Citizens' Initiative as a Factor in. (G. Stanley

Hall) Pedagog. Sem. 12: 471.

of the Year 1901-02. (W. R. Harper) Educa. R

24: 238.

of the Year 1903-04. Outl. 77: 776.

of the Year 1904-05. (Howard J. Rogers) Educa.

R. 30: 109. Outl. 80: 704.
Educational Question. England - America - Ireland.

Cath. World, 76: 96.
Educational Reciprocity. (C. F. Beach) No. Am. 183:

611.



Educational Research : the Need of a New Basis in
Supervision. (J. M. Rice) Forum, 35: 590.

Society of. (J. M. Rice) Forum, 35: 118.
Educational Tendencies, Desirable and otherwise.

(A. S. Draper) Educa. R. 23: 446.
Educational Theory, Some Phases of. (W. H. Heck)

So. Atlan. Q. 5: 393.
Educational Trusts, Perpetual. (F. J. Mather, jr.)

Nation, 74: 105.
Educational Values, Facts and Fictions concerning.

(F. E. Bolton) School R. 12: 170.
Educational Work, Some Present Needs in. (C. G.

Heckert) Luth. Q. 34: 193.
Educators I have known. (J. M. Greenwood) Educa.

R. 25: 289, 400, 508.

Our Foreign-born. (D. O. S. Lowell) Munsey, 32 :

40.

Edward I. and Gascony in 1300. (J. G. Black) Eng.
Hist. R. 17: 518.

Earldoms under. (T. F. Tout) Roy. Hist. Soc. n. s.

8: 129.

Irish Exchequer Memoranda of the Reign of.

(M. Bateson) Eng. Hist. R. 18: 497.
Edward I. to VII., Kings. (A. H. V. Colquhoun)

Canad. M. 19: 321.
Edward III., the Confessor, in Alliterative Prophecy.

(G. Neilson) Antiq. n. s. 41: 57.

Officers of. (J. H. Round) Eng. Hist. R. 19: 90.

Shrine of. (Louise I. Guiney) Am. Cath. Q. 31:

5'3-
Edward VII. Good Words, 43: 457- Outl. 71: 603.

(H. Davies) Nat'l M. (Bost.) 17: 93- (C. Rob-
erts) Everybody's, 6: 531.

and Foreign Policy. National, 44: 47.

and his Consort. (S. Tooley) Canad. M. 19: 99.

and his Parliament. (J. McCarthy) Indep. 57 : 779.

and Sandringham House. (S. A. Tooley) Canad.

M. 22: 138.

and William II. at Kiel, 1904. Contemp. 86: i.

Spec. 92: 868.

as Social Leader. (Lady Jenne) 'Critic, 45: 219.

as a Theater-goer. (H. Windham) Mnnsey, 29:

364.

at Home at Sandringham. (E. M. Jeasop) Pall Mall

M. 28: 493.

Coronation of. (J. C. Crawford) Cosmopol. 33:

137. (A. Birrell) Outl. 72: 250. (N. Patterson)
Canad. M. 19: 303. (Viscount Esher) Pail Mall
M. 27: 145. (G. A. Fitzgerald) Munsey, 27: 169.

(Mrs. C. W. Simpson) Good Words, 44: Xmaa
no. -(T. M. Maguire) Un. Serv. M. 25: 356.
(Lady Jeune) Pall Mall M. 27: 565. (J. Balfonr
Paul) .lurid. R. 14: 205.

and its Significance. (W. T. Stead) Cosmopol.

33= 657.
and the Pseudo-Jacobites. (W. C. McPherson)

Monthly R. 7, no. 2: 36.

and Some of its Lessons. Liv. Age, 233 : 763.

Animal's View of. Spec. 89: n.

Artistic Aspects. (W. J. Loftie) M. of Art, 26:

405.
Mr. Bodley on. (J. McCarthy) Fortn. 81 : 650.

Ath. '03, 2:51.

Celebration Reflections. Sat. R. 93: 797. 802.

Decoration for. Scheme of. M. of Art, 26: 537.

India and. (I. Malcolm) Pall Mall M. 27: 225.

London in Time of. (I. Sargent) Craftsman,

3: i.

Men of. Sund. M. 31 : 563.

Military View of. Blackw. 172: 409.

Music for. (J. F. Runciman) Sat. R. 94* 9-

Ode for. (L. M. Watt) Critic, 41 : 19.

Picture of, Abbey's. Art J. 56: 391.



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Edward VII., Coronation of, Postponement of, Dra-
matic Effects of. (M. Beerbuhra) Sat. K. 94: 10.

Significance of. (W. J. Thorold) Canad. M. 19:

387.

Early Days of. (Mrs. B. Lowndes) Munsey, 36: 350.

First Court held by. (Mary Howarth) Pall Mall

M. 27: 258.

How he Travels. (J. Vandercook) Munsey, 30: 38.

in Paris. Liv. Age, 245: 633.

The King's Faith. (C. L. O'Malley*) Westm. 161 :

438.,

Shooting with, at Sandringham. Outing, 41 : 687.

the Uncle of Europe. Bookman, 24: 151.

When he visited New York. (G. F. Williams)

Indep. 54: 569.
Edward VIII., King, Diary of. Cosmopol. 36: 267.

37= 96.

Edward, Alfred S. Art J. 55 : 286.
Edwardes, George, Cingalee. (M. Beerbohm) Sat. R.



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