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Gem-engraving, Epochs of. (M. Sommerville) Har-
per, 105: 602.

Gem-workers of the Far East. (A. H. Antona) Crafts-
man, 6: 142.

Gems and Precious Stones, Ancient. (D. A. Willey)
Chamb. J. 83: 222.

Farrington's Gems and Gem Minerals. (G. F. Kunz)

Science, n. s. 20: 307.

Genealogy, Amateur. (F. W. Brown) New Eng. M.
n. s. 30: 567.

The Quest of Ancestors. (D. O. R. Lowell) Mun-

ey, 34= 543-

The Romance of. (D. Browne) Gent. M. n. s. 68:

537.

The Science of. Spec. 96: 4i4. = Liv. Age, 249:

634.

The Value of. (G. W. Dial) New Eng. M. n. s. 33 :

285.

" General Armstrong," Brig, Case of the. (C. M. Gre-
gory) Green Bag, 18: 331.

General MacKenzie's Coup. (H. L. Pattinson) Temp.
Bar, 127: 699.



General Average, Contribution to. (H. B. Sharp*)

Law Q. 21 : 155.
General Counsel, The ; a story. (E. Flower) Cent. 48:

General Education Board, Methods of the. (W. H.

Heck) R. of Rs. (N. Y.) 30: 327.
" General Slocum " Disaster. (H. N. Casson) Munsey,

32: 321.

Relief Fund. Char. 12: 909.

General Staff, The Coming. (T. Schwan) J. Mil. Serv.
Inst. 33: i.

Evolution of a. J. Mil. Serv. Inst. 33: 200.
General Wade's Road. Gent. M. n. s. 77: 34.
Generations, Alternation of, in Animals. (C. J. Cham-
berlain) Science, 22: 208.

Generosity and Corruption. (G. W. Alger) Atlan. 95:

Generous Conqueror, A ; a story. (H. C. Rowland)

Outing, 43: 19.
Generous Mr. Dean, The. (Abby M. Roach) McClnre,

2 7 : 253.
Genesee River, Preglacial Course of Middle of. (R.

H. Whitbeck) Am. Geog. Soc. Bull. 34: 32.
Genesis, A Buddhist. (A. J. Edmunds) Monist, 14:

215.

Chronology of. (A. J. Maas) Am. Cath. Q. 29: 417.
Genetic Progression of Psychic Objects. (J. M. Bald-
win) Psychol. R. ii: 216.

Geneva. (J. M. Vincent) So. Atlan. Q. i: 14.

before Calvin, 1387-1536. (H. D. Foster) Am.

Hist. R. 8: 217.

The University of. (C. F. Thwing) Harper, 112:

570.

Genevieve, St., Maid of Manterre. (M: F. Nixon-Ron-
let) Cath. World, 75: 185.

Genius. (R. M. Ogdeu) Pop. Sci. Mo. 69: 352.

and Insanity. (Bliss Carman) Lit. W. (Bost.) 34:

'75-

and the Struggle for Existence. (O. Lodge and

others) Nature, 67: 270, 296, 415.

and Stupidity. (L. M. Terman) Pedagog. Sera. 13:

307.

The Hunt for. Spec. 89: 109.

Philosophy of. (M. M. Snell) Arena, 28: 248.

Statistical Study of Eminent Men. (J. M. Cattell)

Pop. Sci. Mo. 62: 359.

The Test of. (Werner A. Stilte) Nation, 83 : 1 1 .
Genius of Retta Romany Tompkins. (R. E. Young)

Atlan. 90: 55.
Genizah, Cairo, at Cambridge, Arabic Portion of the.

(Dr. H. Hirschfeld) Jew. Q. 15: 167, 677. 16: 98-

690. 17: 65-712. 18: 113-600. 19: 136.
in the British Museum, Talmudic Fragments

from. (Herbert Loewe) Jew. Q. 17: 456.
Genizah Document, An 18th Century. (I. Abrahams)

Jew. Q. 17: 426.
Genizah Fragments. (S. Schechter) Jew. Q. 16: 425.

in the Bodleian Library. (A. Cowley) Jew. Q. 18:

399. 19: 104.
Genizah Studies (L. Ginzberg) Jew. Q. 16: 650. 17:

263. 18: 1 02.
Genizah Texts, British Museum. (G. Margoliouth)

Jew. Q. 14: 303.
Genoa, Summer Holiday at. Acad. 67: 148.

Visit to. (E. Waters) Canad. M. 24: 329.
Genotypes, Elimination in Fixing. (F. A. Bather)

Science, n. s. 24: 809.
Gentle Art of Mending Broken Hearts. (E. Car-

michael) New Eng. M. n. s. 32: 672.
Gentle Bachelor, A. (G. Robinson) New Eng. M. n. s.

33: 217.
Gentleman Ger. (L. A. Barker) Temp. Bar, xa8:

440- = Lir. Age, 239: 303.



GENTLEMAN



250



GEOLOGICAL



Gentleman of the Plush Rocker. (R. M. Stuart) Cent.

41: 409.
" Gentleman of Rank, A." (W. B. Harris) Blackw.

180: 327.

Gentlemanliuess. Spec. 93: 942.
Gentleman's Library. Dial, 38: 184.
Gentleman's Magazine ; an historical sketch. (A. H.

Bullen) Gent. M. n. s. 76: i a.
"Gentlemen by Profession." (T. W. Higginson) In-

dep. 60: 850.
Gentlemen Commanders, Two : Holmes and Spragge.

(W, J. Fletcher) Cornh. 87: 809.
Gentleman-in-waiting. Chamb. J. 81: 683.
Gentlewoman, The Decayed. (A. Moore) Westm. i6a:

45-

Return of the. (H. L. Bradley) Atlan. 93: 400.
Ge-nun-de-wah, Legend of. (J. M. Clarke) New Eng.

M. n. s. 28: 657.

Geo-bio logical Terms. (C. R. Eastman) Science, n. s.
20: 51.

Geocentric Right Ascension and Declination, Compu-
tation of Daily Motion from Elements. (R. T.
Crawford) Pop. Astron. 14: 397.

Geodesy, Present Position of. (T. H. Holdich) Nature,
70: 104. (O. H. Tittmann) Science, n. s. ax: 46.

Geodetic Conference, International, at Buda-Pesth,
1906. (G. H. Darwin) Nature, 75: 33. (O. H.
Tittmann) Science, n. s. 24: 713.

Geodetic Society, International. (W. Eimbeck) Sci-
ence, n. s. 17: 832.

Geoffrey of Monmouth. Qnar. 205: 54.

Geographer, An Old-fashioned. (W. C. Green) Antiq.
n. s. 40: 9.

Geographers, Association of American. (A. F. Brig-
ham) Science, n. s. 21 : 300.

2d Annual Meeting, New York, 1906. Science,

n. 8. 23: 222.

- of the U. S., Early. (C. M. Chester) Nat. Geog. M.

I5 : 392.
Geographic Congress, Eighth International. Am.

Geog. Soc. Bull. 36: 36, 638. Nat. Geog. M. 15:

74, 419. (C. C. Adams) R. of Rs. (N. Y.) 30: 467.

-(H. R. Mill) Geog. J. 25: 55.
President's Address. (R. E. Peary) Nat. Geog.

M. 15: 387.

German, 15th. (A Wolkenhaner) Am. Geog. Soc.

Bull. 37= 653.
Geographic Dictionary. (C. Abbe) Science, n. s. 20:

649.
Geographic Influences in American History, Brigham

on. (F. V. Emerson) Science, n. s. 20: 370.

upon Human Affairs. (G. D. Hubbard) Am. Geog.

Soc. Bull. 36: 145.
Geographic Names in the U. S., and the Stories they

tell. (R. H. Whitbeck) Nat. Geog. M. 16: 100.
Geographical Exploration ; its Moral and Material As-
pects. (A. W. Greely) Nat. Geog. M. 17: i.
Geographical Pivot of History. (H. J. Mackinder)

Geog. J. 23: 421. Nat. Geog. M. 15: 331.
Geographical Research. (T. H. Holdich) Geog. J. 23:

29.
Geographical Societies, Cooperation among American.

(I. C. Russell) Science, n. s. 21 : 121.
Geographical Society, Royal, Address to. (C. R.

Markham) Geog. J. 24: i.
Geographies of our Forefathers. (C. Johnson) New

Eng. M. n. s. 29: 61.
Geography. (W. Wharton) Nat. Geog. M. 16: 483.

and College English. (M. H. Shackford) Educa.

26: 342.

and Culture. Nat. Geog. M. 16: 70.

and Diplomacy. (S. Strunsky) Nation, 83 : 502.

and Education. Geog. J. 25: 17.



Geography, Commercial, in the Secondary School. (C.
A. Herrick) Educa. 25: 129.

Content of. (W. M. Davis) Am. Geog. Soc. Bull.

38: 67.

Early Christian. (C. R. Beazley) Roy. Hist. Soc.

n. s. 10 : 85.

The Essential. (W. M. Davis) Am. Geog. Soc. Bull.
- 36: 47.

Field of, and Some of its Problems. (W. J. L.

Wharton) Geog. J. 26: 429.

First American. (C. Johnson) New Eng. M. n. t.

28: 516.

Hungarian Activity in. Am. Geog. Soc. Bull. 36:

697.

Impetus and Direction of, in the 19th Century.

(F. von Richthofen) Geog. J. 23: 229.

in Education, Importance of. (J. Bryce) Geog. J.

19: 301.

in our Public Schools. (R. E. Macnaghten) igth

Cent. 60: 632.

in relation to Other Subjects in Elementary Course.

(T. H. Armstrong) Educa. 23: 331.

in the U. S. (W. M. Davis) Science, n. s. 19: 121,

178.

in the University of Chicago. Science, n. s. 17: 713.

Making Geography while you wait. (T. H. Mac-

bride) Pop. Sci. Mo. 68: 333.

Mediaeval, Beazley on. Nature, 67 : 73.

Place of, in the Elementary Schools. (W. T. Harris)

Forum, 32: 539.

Present Problems of. (H. R. Mill) Am. Geog. Soc.

Bull. 36: 657. Geog. J. 25: i.

Progress in. (G. H. Grosvenor) Chant. 42: 148.

Recent Regulations and Syllabuses affecting

Schools. (A. J. Herbertson) Geog. J. 27: 279.

Regional, A Field for Studies in. (W. S. Tower)

Am. Geog. Soc. Bull. 48 : 481.

Relation of History to. (A. W. Skinner) Educa.

5 : 597.

A Scheme of. (W. M. Davis) Geog. J. 22: 413.

School, in the U. S. (Martha K. Genthe) Educa.

*5 = 135-

Some Lessons in. (E. Atkinson) Nat. Geog. M. 16:

193.

Sphere and Uses of. (C. R. Markham) Geog. J. 26:

593-

Teaching of. (R. S. Tarr) Nat. Geog. M. 13: 55.

25 Years' Progress in. (G. T. Goldie) Geog. J. 28:

377.

Geological Congress, 9th International, Vienna, 1903.
Nature, 68: 515.

10th International, Mexico, 1906. Nature, 75: 64.

(E. O. Hovey) Am. Geog. Soc. Bull. 38: 730.

Geological Explorations in Egypt. Science, n. s. 18:
44'.

Geological Society of America. (A. W. Grabau) Sci-
ence, n. s. 15: 81.

Cordilleran Section. Science, n. s. 15: 410.

Meeting at Pittsburg, 1902. (F. P. Gulliver) Sci-

ence, n. s. 16: 258.

at Washington, 1903. (J. F. Kemp and A. W.

Grabau) Science, n. s. 17: 290.

at Philadelphia, 1905. (E. O. Hovey) Science,

n. s. 21 : 216.

Geological Society of American Universities. (R. Ar-
nold and D. C. Wiley) Science, n. s. 18: 691.

Geological Society of Washington. (A. H. Brooks)
Science, n. s. 16: 985.

Meeting, February, 1902. (A. H. Brooks) Science,

n. s. 15: 506.
of 1903. (W. C. Mendenhall) Science, n. s. 17:

668.
of 1906. Science, n. s. 23: 695.



GEOLOGICAL



251



GERMAN



Geological Surveys, Recent Reports of. Nature, 73:

377.

Geological Time. (W. Upham) Pop. Astron. 14: 264.
Geologist, Training and Work of a. (C. R. Van Hise)

Science, n. s. 16: 321.
Geology and Geo-botany of Asia. (P. Kropotkin) Pop.

Sci. Mo. 65: 68.

Carboniferous, Russian, and Permian compared

with those of India and America. (C. Schuchert)
Am. J. Sci. 172: 143.

Chamberlin and Salisbury on. (H. F. Bain) Dial,

36: 395. 40: 384. Pop. Astron. 14: 327.

Columbia Field Work in. (T. C. Brown) Science,

n. s. 23: 587.

Geikie's Structural and Field Geology. (B. K. Em-

erson) Science, n. s. 22: 628. Nature, 72: 223.

History of, Zittel on. Nature, 66: 242.

Modern, Some Aspects of. Ed. R. 199: 217.

of New Mexico. (C. R. Keyes) Science, n. s. 23:

921.

Physical Characteristics of New York Formations.

(A. W. Grabau) Science, n. a. 22: 528.

Reade's Evolution "of Earth Structure. Science,

n. s. 20: 212.

Stratigraphical, Jukes-Browne on. Nature, 65 :

507.

The Term. (S. F. Emmons) Science, n. s. 20: 866.

Time Element in Stratigraphy and Correlation.

(T. W. Stanton) Science, n. s. 21 : 583.
Geometric Chuck, Mathematical Theory of. (E. A.

Partridge) J. Frankl. Inst. 155: 139, 95-
Geometry, Automatic Diagrams in. (A. L. Baker)

School R. 10: 486.

Foundations of. (P. Cams) Monist, 13: 370, 493.

(G. B. Halsted) Open Court, 16: 513. (O. Veblen)
Pop. Sci. Mo. 68: 21.
Hilbert on. (O. Veblen) Monist, 13: 303.

Line-, Principles of a New. (R. de Saussure) Cath.

Univ. Bull. 3: 81.

Measurement Theorems in. (G. W. Evans) School

R. I3 : 37.

Non-Euclidean. (B.Russell) Ath. '04,2: 592. (I.E.

Rabinovitch) Science, n. s. 24: 440.
Supplementary Report on. (G. B. Halsted) Pop.

Astron. 10: 26, 176.
Value of. (G. B. Halsted) Pop. Sci. Mo. 67: 639.

Origin and Development of. (G. Loria) Monist, 13:

80, 218.

Passing of Euclid. (C. Godfrey) Cornh. 94: 72.

Plane. (A. L. Baker) Educa. 25 : 607.

The Psychological and the Logical in Teaching.

(J. Dewey) Educa. R. 25: 387.

Psychology and Natural Development of. (E.

Mach) Monist, 12: 481.

A Study of the Development of Geometric Methods.

(G. Darboux) Pop. Sci. Mo. 66: 412.

Teaching of. (G. B. Halsted) Educa. R. 24: 456.

What is ? (A. L. Baker) Educa. 23: 32.

Geonic Responsa. (L. Ginzberg) Jew. Q. 18: 425, 692.
Geophysical Research, Suggestions on. (J. W. Gibbs)

Am. J. Sci. 171 : 461.

Geophysics. (G. F. Becker) Science, n. s. 20: 545.
George I. in his Relations with Sweden. (J. F. Chance)

Eng. Hist. R. 17: 50.

Northern Policy, to 1718. (J. F. Chance) Roy. Hist.

Soc. n. s. 20: 79.

George II., Coronation of. (C. de Saussnre) Monthly
R. 7, no. i: 25.

George III. and his First Cabinet. (D. A. Winstanley)
Eng. Hist. R. 17: 678.

George IV., Coronation of, Letter from an Eye-wit-
ness. (Countess Gersdorff) igth Cent. 51: 1013.=
Eel. M. 139: 267.



George IV., The First Gentleman of Europe, as Pater-
familias. (E. L. Dillon) i9th Cent. 59: 514.

Wives of. (K. Hoffman) Munsey, 32: 125.
George, Prince, of Crete. Contemp. 86: 872.
George, Prince of Wales, Indian Tour of, 1902. (P.

Morison) No. Am. i8x: 912. Quar. 196: I.
George, Henry, and his Utopian Theory. (M. G. Up-
ton) Californian, 3: 530.

No Socialist. (H. M. Holmes) Nation, 79: 394.
George Junior Republic, 8th Anniversary of. (J. A.

Parker) Char. 1 1 : 64.
George, Old Fort, N. Y. City. (E. H. Hall) M. of Hist.

i: 107.
George Marlowe; a story. (F. R. Earp) Indep. R. 9:

91.
George Peabody College for Teachers, The. (J. D.

Porter) Nation, 80: 152.
George Washington University, The, and George

Washington Memorial Assoc. Science, n. s. 21:

155-
Georgetown, S. C. ; an Ancestral Pilgrimage. (B. C.

Steiner) So. Atlan. 2: 178.
Georgia. Among the Crackers. (C. Johnson) Outing,

43: 5".

Farmers in, Tendencies among. (E. M. Banks) So.

Atlan. Q. 3: 109.

Governorship of, 1902. R. of Rs. (N. Y.) 26:

170.

Massachusetts Model School in. (M. A. Bacon)

New Eng. M. n. s. 30: 131.
Georgia [Russia], The Revival of. (A. Ular) Contemp.

88: 21.
Georgian Architecture, Examples of, in Charleston,

S. C. (J. R. Kennedy, jr.) Archit. Rec. 19: 283.
Georgian Bay, Camp-home on. (E. McLean) Ctry

Life Am. 4: 321.

Camping at. (E. McLean) Idler, 25: 468.
Georgian Court Fountain, Lakewood, N. J. (R. Lade-

gast) Am. Arch. 80: 27.
Georgian Period, Paston on. (P. F. Bicknell) Dial,

34: 231. Monthly R. 10, no. i: 8.
Georgiana's Conscience. (E. G. Rowe) Overland, n. s.

42: 400.

Georgius Rex. (H. Martley) Cornh. 85: 805.
Geranium, A California. Land of Sun. 3: 212.
Gerard, Gilbert. Diary, 1865-85. Spec. 92: 813.
Gerbert, Pope and Philosopher. (W. Turner) Cath.

Univ. Bull. 4: 295.
Gerhart, Emanuel Vogel. (E. N. Kremer) Ref. Ch.

R.5" 563-

Gericke, Wilhelm. Outl. 82: 637.
German-American Literature. (Amelia von Ende)

Poet-Lore, 17, no. 3: 108.
German-American Poetry. (L. Lewisohn) Sewanee,

12: 223.
German-American Trade Relations. (O. G. Villard)

Nation, 82: 150.
German and American Universities, Entente between.

(W. H. Carpenter) Nation, 80: 186.
German and Other Public Men. (G. Pollak) Nation,

78: 326.
German Art. (E. R. Chevy) Brush & P. 18: 244.

in London. (Eliz. R. Pennell) Nation, 83: 10.

The Secession Movement in. (A. Kinross) Cent. 48:

3 2 3-
German Arts and Crafts at St. Louis Exposition.

(M. I. G. Oliver) Studio (Internat.) 24: 233.
German Band, Home of the. Blackw. 172: 451. =

Liv. Age, 235: 617.
German Bank Act, The Elastic Clause of the. Bank.

M. (N. Y.)7': 5.
German Cavalry Steel Pontons. J. Mil. Serv. Inst. 35:



GERMAN



252



GERMAN



German Chancellors, Conversations with the Four.
(W. von Schierbrand) Cent. 42: 154.

German " Chanson*." (S. C. de Soissons) Contemp.
83: 524.

German Children, Ideals of a Group of. (H. H. God-
dard) Pedagog. Sem. 13: 208.

German Cities : why they are Beautiful and Health-
ful. (W. H. Tolman) Outl. 83: 618.

German Code, The. (F. P. Walton) Jurid. R. 16: 148.

German Colonial Scandals, The. (O. G. Villard) Na-
tion, 83: 159.

German Colonies and Naval Powers. (J. L. Bashford)
Fortn. 78: 622.

German Commercial Treaties, Influence on British
Industries. (W. A. S. Hewins) National, 45: 693.

German Contributions to American Progress. (H. H.
Fick) Educa. 22: 363.

German Court Beauties. (F. Cnnliffe-Owen) Cosmo-
pol. 34: 3-

German Criticism, and Henslowe and Collier. (W.
W. Greg) Library, n. s. $: 293.

German Criticisms of America. (W. H. Wannamake)
So. Atlan. Q. 5: 150.

German Customs Tariff, The New. (N. I. Stone) No.
Am. 181: 392.

German Drama, Modern. (E. S. Meyer) Critic, 46: 61.

of To-day. (S. C. de Soissons) Contemp. 89: 370. =

Liv. Age, 249: 345. (Elizabeth Lee) Cornh. 85:

767. = Eel. M. 139: 327. = Liv. Age, 234: 156.
German Editors visiting England. (Lucy Braun-

Gizychiu) Indep. R. 10: 165.
German Emperor's War Scare, The. (Custos) National,

44: 1018.

German Folksong, The. (J. S. Flory) Sewanee, 14: 38.
German Gymnasium and the Real Gymnasium, Strug-
gle for Equality of Rights between the. (0. Thier-

gen) School R. 10: 243.

German Ideals of To-day. (K. Francke) Atlan. 96: 783.
German Immigrant in America, The. (E. A. Steiner)

Outl. 73: 260.
German Immigration, The Phantom Peril of. (S. von

Sternberg) No. Am. 182: 641.
German Industrial Corporations and the Forcing of

Markets. (W. Berdrom) Forum, 33: 68.
German Influence in America. (J. G. Rosengarten)

Lippinc. 69: 501.

German Intrigue, The New. Fortn. 82: 385.
German Judiciary, The. (J. W. Garner) Pol. Sci. Q.

18: 512.
German Language, Capitalizing of Nouns in. (C.

Martel) Lib. J. 30: 333.

in the Class-room. (K. Damn) School R. 12: 559.

Teaching, First Year of. (A. Werner-Spanhoofd)

Educa. 24: 581.

in German Middle-class Schools. (O. Thiergen)

School R. 13: 678.
German Law, Interesting Features of. (R. Dulon)

Am. Law R. 36: 565.
German Leaders, Modern. (P. Bigelow) Nat'l M.

(Bost.) 20: 309.
German Life and Thought since 1870. (G. Simmel)

Internat. Mo. 5: 93, 166.

in Town and Country, Dawson's. (P. Farrelly)

Cath. World, 76: 64.

German Literature, Critical Stndies in. (R. W. Deer-
ing) Chaut. 34 : 5*9, 624. 35 : 66, '7, 271.

in 1901-02. (E. Heilborn) Ath. '02, 2: 13.

1002-03. (E. Heilborn) Ath. '03, 2: 13.

1903-04. (E. Heilborn) Ath. '04, a: 301.

1904-05. (E. Heilborn) Ath. '05, 2: 675.

1905-06. (E. Heilborn) Ath. '06, 2: 357.

of the 18th Century, Significance of. (J. F. Cow)

Open Court, 18: 733.



German Literature, Recent. (E. Lee) Library, n. s. 4:

85, 3 20 -

The " Time Spirit " in. (W. Sichell) Quar. 198: 404.

Women of the New School. (G. I. Colbron) Critic,

43= 425-

German Maneuvers, Impressions of the. (H. Hens-
man) Un. Serv. M. 34: 31.

German Master Musicians. Chaut. 40: 438, 540. 42:

MO.
German Mercantile Marine. (J. L. Bashford) Fortn.

79: 287. (O. G. Villard) Nation, 76: 430.
German Middle-class Schools. (O. Thiergen) School

R. 12: 625.
German Municipal Exposition. (G. E. Hooker) R. of

Rs. (N. Y.) 27: 571.
German Municipal Social Service. (H. Woodhead)

Chant. 40: 548.
German Note Circulation, Elasticity of the. Bank. M.

(N. Y.) 71: 3.
German Notions of America. (H. M. Clarke) Nation,

79: 196.
German Novel, Modern. (S. C. de Soissons) Contemp.

85: 245. = Liv. Age, 240: 746.
German Officer, The. (W. von Schierbrand) World

To-day, 7: 1292.

Mischief of. (P. Bigelow) Indep. 57: 359.
German Paintings and Sculpture at St. Louis Exposi-
tion. (Maude I. G. Oliver) Studio (Internat.) 25 : 57.

German " Peril " and American. (Louis J. Magee)

Engin. M. 30: 481, 641.
German Philosophy in St. Louis. (W. Schnyler) Wash.

Univ. Bull. 2: 62.
German Plays, Realistic and Romantic. (L. Strachey)

Lamp, 28: 379.
German Poems translated. (J. Lindsay) Bib. Sac. 60:

480.
German Poetry, Modern, Verse Translations from.

J. Lindsay) Bib. Sac. 59: 162.
German Policy, German Light on. Fortn. 78: 604.
German Romantic Poetry. (J. F. Coar) Open Court,

19: 227.
German Scholarship, Causes of Eminence. (E. B . Clapp)

Calif. Univ. Chron. 7: 41.
German Schools and American. (W. S. Monroe) School

R. 14: 217.

in the XVIth Century. (T. J. Shahan) Cath. Univ.

Bull, x : 379.
German Severity in the Franco-Prussian War. (A.

Herbert) Contemp. 82: 39.
German Stage, The Struggle for Individuality on. (K.

Francke) Nation, 74: 167.
German Steel Syndicate. (F. Walker) Q. J. Econ. 20:

353.
German Student Corps. (P. G. Hubert, jr.) Bookman,

34: 44.
German Tales collected in Canada. (W. J. Wintem-

berg) J. Am. Folk-Lore, 19: 241.
German Town, In and about a. Liv. Age, 248: 534.
German Trade, The Menace of. (J. D. Whelpley)

World's Work, xi: 6874.
German Troubles in Southwest Africa. (L. Elkind)

Fortn. 83: 250.
German Universities, Impressions of. (R. H. Jesse)

Educa. R. 32: 433.

Taking a Degree in. (W. W. Whitelock) Chaut.

35= 553.

Thirty Years' Growth of. (C. E. Wright) Educa. R.

27: 66.

Women at. (M. K. Genthe) Forum, 33: 243.
German Water-ways, Lesson of. (O. Eltzbacher) Con-
temp. 86: 778.

German Woman, The. (C. L. Franklin) Nation, 78:
350. (A. Rupp) Nation, 78: 370.



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German Woman-writer, The, in the iQth Century.
(Otto Heller) Wash. Univ. BuU. i : 46.

German Working Man and Protection. (W. H. Daw-
son) Contemp. 88: 534.

Condition of the. (E. D. Howard) J. Pol. Econ. 14:

65-
German Workman, Dawson's. (C. J. Bullock) Nation,

83: 397-
Germanic Etymologies, Some. (Paul Haupt) Am. J.

Philol. 27: 154.
Germanic Museum at Harvard College. (K. Francke)

Harv. Grad. M. li: 360.

Housing of Emperor William's Gifts. (K. Francke)

Nation, 83: 117.
Germanizing the World. (C. E. Russell) Cosmopol.

40: 274.
German's Appeal to the English. (T. Mommsen) lay.

Age, 239: 503.
Germans in America, The. (H. N. Casson) Munsey,

34= 694.

in the United States. (K. Blind) Westm. 159:

'5.

Industrial Capacity of the. (Earl Dean Howard) J.

Pol. Econ. 13: 452.

Germantown, Battle of. Account of Robert Proud.
Penosyl. M. 29: 114.

Washington's Plan for Attack at. (C. H. Lincoln)

Pennsyl. M. 26: 387.

Germany, Affairs in. (E. J. Dillon) Contemp. 87: 870.
88: 135. 89: 576. 90: 584.

Agrarian Movement in. (W. H. Dawson) Contemp.

86: 65.

Agricultural Policy of. Science, n. s. 20: 315.

Agricultural Prosperity of. (O. Eltzhacher) Con-

temp. 87: 457.

An American in. Chamb. J. 83: 657.

and America, Academic Interchange between.

(J. H. Canfield) R. of Rs. (N. Y.) 32: 679. (K.
Francke) Nation, 80: in.

and American Public Opinion. Spec. 95: 108. =

Liv. Age, 246: 434.

and England. (J. A. Ewan) Canad. M. 20: 380.

Contemp. 81: 153. 83: 100, 512. (Countess von
Krockow) Indep. 54 : 1718. Spec. 89: 984.
(F. Panlsen) Contemp. 86: 808. (J. A. Spender)
Fortn. 84: 811. = Eel. M. 146: 12. (R. Ogden)
Nation, 81 : 139.

after the Boer War. (J. L. Bashford) Contemp.

82: 166.

and Russia; a Warning and a Moral. (M. Mac-
Coll) Fortn. 77: 21.

Anglophobia in Germany. Contemp. 81: 13.=

Liv. Age, 232: 449. = Eel. M. 138: 421.

Is it on the Decline ? (J. L. Bashford) Fortn.

77 : 613.

Anti-British Movement. (O. FJtzbacher) ioth

Cent. 52: 190.

Conversation with von Billow. (J. L. Bashford)

i9th Cent. 56: 873.

Future of Anglo-German Relations. (J. E. Bar-
ker) igthCent. 59: 525. = Ed. M. 146: 532.

How preserve Peace between. (R. Blennerhas-

sett) National, 42: 542.

Our German Ally. (A. R. Colqnhoun) Monthly

R. 6, no. i : 73.

Teutophobia. National, 41 : 662.

and France in England's Foreign Policy. (T. Bar-

clay) Indep. R. 8: 14.
Relations of. (R. Blennerhassett) Fortn. 84 : 236,

507.
The Threatened War of 1875. (R. Blennerhas-

sett) National, 46: 440.

and her Polish Subjects. Chant. 34: 573.



Germany and her Subject Races. (0. G. Villard)

Nation, 80: 496.
A Struggle for the Soil. (E. Givskov) Contemp.

87: 813.

and Holland. Spec. 90: 408, 450.
Pan-Germany. Contemp. 84: 175.

and the Papacy. (J. T. Murphy) Cath. World, 77:

427.

and the Progress of Socialism. (F. A. Ogg) Chaut.

41: in.

and Russia, Coming Struggle between. Contemp.

83: 57.

and the U. S. (Carl Schurz) Indep. 54: 665.

(N. I. Stone) No. Am. 182: 433. Spec. 90: 368.

Diplomatic and Commercial Relations histori-
cally considered. (G. M. Fisk) R. of Rs. (N. Y.)
25: 3 2 3.

Future Relations of. (W. von Schierbrand)

World's Work, 4: 2112.

and the Vatican. (J. W. Thompson) World To-day,

9: 962.

and War Scares in England. (K. Blind) igth Cent.

58: 689. = Liv. Age, 247: 707.

Archaeological Remains in. (E. S. Balch) J. Frankl.

Inst. 155: 55.
Army of. (L. Wright) World To-day, n : 1295.

(W. G. Fitz-Gerald) World's Work, n: 7309.
Degeneracy of the. (W. von Schierbrand) No.

Am. 179: 7 2 -
14th Corps, Maneuvers of, 1903. (A. E. Turner)

Un. Serv. M. 28: 606.

in France. (J. M. Maguire) National, 39: 228.

in German Fiction. (H. C. Macdowall) Macmil.

89: 344.
A Soldier of the Kaiser. (E. Schultz) Indep.

61: 430.
System of, and how it works. (J. L. Bashford)

i9th Cent. 56: 606.

as a World Power. (W. von Schierbrand) 34: 138.

at Close of 1901. (Countess von Krockow) Indep.

54= 258.

Awakening of Women in. (H. Ellis) Fortn. 86:

123.

Banking and Finance in. Bank. M. (Lond.) 77:

697.

Banking Position in. Bank. M. (Lond.) 74: 595.

Bankruptcy of Bismarckian Policy. Fortn. 8l :

765. = Eel. M. 143: 94.

Battle between Democracy and Reaction in. (B. O.

Flower) Arena, 30: 93.

British Distrust of. (D. C. Bonlger) xoth Cent.

59: i.

Caesar and the Sentimentalists [Germany and Brit-

ish Naval Supremacy]. (Ignotns) National, 46: 209.

Census of 1905, Results of. Science, n. s. 24: 157.



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