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ton) Scrib. M. 38: 637.

J. P. Morgan False Friend of. Brush & P. 18:

219.

National Note in. Craftsman, 9: 753.

Philadelphia's Contribution to. (H. S. Morris)

Cent. 47: 714.

Tariff on. Am. Arch. 77: 15.

To-day. (J. Williams) Bk. News, 24: 273.

Trend of . (Leila Mechlin) Cosmopol. 41: 177.

Twenty-five Years of. (W. A. Coffin) Scrib. M.

32: 125.

Vital Issue in the Battle for. (B. O. Flower)

Arena, 34: 479.

Vindicated. (L. Mechlin) Booklover's M. 5: 27.

and American Students. (L/ S. Dabo) Arena, 30:

499.

and Architecture, Byzantine. (E. F. Reynolds) Art

J. 57= 325.

and the Athlete. (M. Hardie) Macmil. 91: 301.

and Civic Improvement. Munic. Aff. 6: 275.

^nd the Detective. (C. Chesterton) Liv. Age, 251 :
55.

and Eccentricity. (M. Paul) igth Cent. 51: 252.=

Eel. M. 138: 574. = Liv. Age, 232: 590.

and Education. (G. E. Bissell) Munic. Aff. 6: 185.

and Free Will ; towards a New Critique. (C. F.

Keary) Fortn. 77: 628. = Liv. Age, 233: 629.

and Ideas. (C. M. Bakewell) Hibbert J. 2: 780.

and Letters : Personalia. Blackw. 174: 301.

and Letters; a poem. (A. D. Godley) Cornh. 90:

218. = Eel. M. 143: 680.

Primitive, Conventionalism in. (G. Birdwood)

J. Soc. Arts, 51: 881.

Progress or Decadence in. (E. Wake Cook) Con-
temp. 86: 537. = Eel. M. 143: 701. = Liv. Age,
243: 3".

and Life. (L. F. Day) Macmil. 85: 429. = Eel. M.

139: 19- = Liv. Age, 233: 348.

and Morality. (J. Laing) Int. J. Ethics, 14: 55.

and Religion. (R. E. Fry) Monthly R. 7, no. 2:

126. = Eel. M. 139: 241. = Liv. Age, 233: 650.

and Theology. (J. Lindsay) Bib. Sac. 62: 474.



ART



33



ART



Art, and the Toilers. (F. Sewall) Am. J. Soc. Sci. 40:

211.

and the U. S. Government. (Glenn Brown) Book-

lover's M. 7: 240.

and Usefulness. (V. Paget) Contemp. 80: 362, 512.

= Ecl. M. 138: 172, 346.

Appreciation of. (Okakura Kakuzo) Critic, 48:

406.

Ascetic. Archit. Rec. 17: 148.

Athletics and, Relation of. (R. H. Perry) Outing,

40: 456.

Belgian, at St. Louis Exposition. (M. I. G. Oliver)

Studio (Internat.) 25: 143.

British, Paris the Cradle of Modern. (J. M. Price)

Fortn. 85: 930.

brought into the Lives of Wage-earners. (R. W.

Gilder) Char. 13: 417.

Chinese, Bushell's. Sat. R. 100: 471.

A Clearing-house for. (F. J. Mather, jr.) Nation,

80: 497.

The Collecting of Works of. (Russell Sturgia) Ap-

pleton's M. 8: 100.

Comparative Exhibition of Native and Foreign.

(R. Sturgis) Scrib. M. 37: 353. (F. Raymond)
Outl. 78: 932.

Decorative, at Glasgow. (J. Taylor) Studio (In-

ternat.) 30: 31.

Decentralization of. Am. Arch. 88: 127.

Demands of, in this New Republic. (W. 0. Part-

ridge) Arena, 3 o: 22 5-

Democratic, A Plea for. (G. Stickley) Craftsman,

7: 42.

Duty on Works of. Archit. R. ia: 313.

Economic Foundations of. (A. M. Simons) Crafts-

man, I, no. 6: 33.

Educational Side of. (F. E. Elwell) Arena, 28: 506.

Ethnography of, in America. (S. D. Peet) Am.

Antiq. 26: 201.

European, Danger to, from American Dollars.

(Georges Cain) Indep. 58: 432.

Federal, Need of Advisory Board on. (H. Grannis)

Brush & P. 17: 217.

for America ; a Conversation. (J. W. Stimson)

Arena, 28: 285.

Forgeries of Works of. (Alfred Maskell) Art J. 58:

289.

German. (D. S. MacColl) Sat. R. 101: 686.

Gladness of. (B. Carman) Lit. W. (Bost.) 34: 302.

a Humanizing Power. Brush & P. 12: 281.

Hungarian, at Milan Exhibition. (Alfredo Melani)

Studio (Internat.) 29: 300.

in America. (F. B. Sawvel) Educa. 22: 523.

in Black and White. (D. Story) Munsey, 27: i.

in the City ; the Furnishing of the City. (J. Schop-

fer) Archit. Rec. 13: 42.

in Germany, Politics of. (D. S. MacColl) Sat. R.

97'- 3 2 8.

in the Home and in the School. (I. Sargent) Crafts-

man. 7: 262-668.

in Industries. (C. Coleman) Craftsman, 2: 189.

(F. T. Carlto-.i) Pop. Sci. Mo. 65: 414.

in Public Works : Aqueducts ; Water-Towers ;

Power-Houses ; Reservoirs ; Bridges. (S. Baxter)
Cent. 42: 912.

in Schools. (K. L. Smith") Craftsman, 3: 249.

in the Street. (Sylvester Baxter) Cent. 49: 697.

in the United States, Problem of. (Ada Cone) Con-

temp. 80: 375. = Eel. M. 138: 38.

in the Village. Spec. 97: 258.

Independent British, at Agnew's Galleries. (E. G.

Halton) Studio (Internat.) 28: 18.

Indifference to. (K. Cox) Nation, 75: 240.
Popular. (H. H. Powers) Nation, 75: 325.



Art, Informal Outdoor. (H. A. Caparn) Archit. Rec.
13: 259.

International. (F. P. Seeley) i9th Cent. 60: 152. =

Liv. Age, 250: 623.

Interpretation in. (R. Thorel) Music, 21: 273.

is Long. (H. W. Boynton) Outl. 81: 118.

Landmarks in. (W. Bayliss) Sund. M. 34: 666-

895.

Mediaeval, Lethaby's. (Russell Sturgis) Nation, 80:

339-

Modern, from the Japanese Point of View. Inter-

nat. Q. n: 197.

The Quality of Emotion in. (C. Phillips) No.

Am. 174: 348.

Modern British. Quar. 205: 126. Liv. Age, 250:

7?i.

Municipal. (Lena M. McCauley) Brush & P. 16: 93.

National, in a National Metropolis. (W. H. Low)

Internat. Q. 6: 107.

Need of Popularizing. (G. F. Comfort) Brush & P.

12: 24.

New. (C. H. Walker) Archit. R. n: 13. (S.

Bing) Archit. Rec. 12: 279. (J. C. Locke)
Craftsman, 2: 201. (S. Bing) Craftsman, 5: i.
(C. M. Shean) Craftsman, 8: 603.

Architect's Opinion of. (H. Guimard) Archit.

Rec. 12: 127.

An Argument and Defense. (J. Schopfer) Crafts-
man, 4: 229.

at Turin. (A. Melani) Archit. Rec. 12: 585.

Interview with A. Charpentier. (G. Mourey)

Archit. Rec. 12: 121.

Its Origin and Development. (A. D. F. Hamlin)

Craftsman, 3: 129.

The New World and. (H. Croly) Archit. Rec.

12: 135.

Permanence of. (J. W. Pattison) World To-day,

5: 1603.

New and Old Painters. (V. C. Prinsep) M. of Art,

27: 5,67.

New Aspects of. (R. Cortissoz) Atlan. 91 : 832.

of the Latin Countries. (H. Lauderdale) Brush &

P. 15: 23.

of the 19th Century. (L. Binyon) Qnar. 199: 80.

or no Art. (W. Morris) Craftsman, 6: 182.

Outdoor, Influence of American Expositions upon.

(W. H. Manning) Brush & P. 10: 170.

The Pictorial or the Creative ? (Leonora B. Ellis)

New Eng. M. n. s. 34: 170.

Pleasure, Idealism, and Truth in. (G. Rebec) In-

ternat. J. Ethics, 15: 210.

Polish, Temperament in. (L. E. Van Norman)

Brush & P. 12: 161.

Primitive. American and Oriental, Human Figures

in. (S. D. Peet) Am. Antiq. 24: 109.

Profession of. (Lewis F. Day) Macmil. 9 1 : 34 2 -

Public, Private Simplicity and. (I. Sargent) Crafts-

man, 2: 209.

Public Opinion in. (J. Rivers) Westm. 166: 676.

Relation to Work. (J. Q. Adams) Chant. 38: 40.

Religion, and the Emotions. (R. M. Binder) Am.

J. Tlu-ol. 8: 636.

Russian. Modern. (Rosa Newmarch) Studio (Inter-

nat.) 21 : 130.

Sacred, of Long Ago. (H. Shaw) Good Words, 47:

'47.

Sales of Works of, in N. Y. (C. H. Caffin) World's

Work, 10: 6131.

Significance of. (H. Macfall) Acad. 68: 88.

Sixth Exhibition of the International Society.

Studio (Internat.) 28: 103.

Some Sensations in the World of. (A. W. Myers)

Chamb. J. 79: 316.



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ARTHUR



Art, A Stronghold of. (A. C. Benson) National, 46:
2Si. = Liv. Age, 247: 357.

Study of, in American Colleges. (A. H. Espen-

shade) Educa. 23: 290.
in the University. (F. J. Mather, jr.) Nation,

74: 402. (R. Sturgis) Brush & P. 10: 330.
- Teaching of. (W. M. R. French) World To-day,

n: 961.

and the Academy. (D. S. MacColl) Sat. R. 97 : 9-

in Universities. (K. Cox) Nation, 75: 106.

Theory of. (J. W. North) Art J. 54= 2 5 S -

Time's Changes in the Destinies of. (I. Sargent)

Craftsman, I, no. 2: 33.

Treasury and, in Scotland. Black w. 172: 539.

True Gods and False in. (J. L. Gerome) Harper,

106: 375.

Tyrolese. Acad. 63: 200.

under the Roman Empire. (H. S. Jones) Quar.

204: in.

Value of an Old Work of. (R. C. Witt) Fortn. 77:

602.

vs. the Picture. (Martha S. Bensley) Indep. 59:

982.

Art of Love, The. (G. Hibbard) Cosmopol. 4 : 727.
Arl or Nature? (Lucy Copinger) Lippinc. 77: 73 1 *
Art Books, Significant. (R. Cortissoz) Atlan. 95: 270.

97: 269.
Art Collections of England, Royal. (Lionel Cust) Art

J. 54: 161.

Direction of. Sat. R. 99: 231.

Movement in Aid of. (R. C. Witt) igth Cent.

54: 651. (D. S. MacColl) Sat. R. 96: 393-

Private, Official Registration of. (Mrs. G. A. Strong)

1 9th Cent. 59: 239.,
Art Collectors, Wanted, a School for. (F. J. Mather,

jr.) Nation, 75: 416.

Art Decadence, Gore on. Art J. 58: 220.
Art Development, Conditions of. (J. W. Stimson)

Brush & P. II : 248.
Art Education, Elementary. (J. L. Tadd) J. Soc.

Arts, 49: 725-

in America and Abroad. (Walter Gay) Brush & P.

'6: 45-

Practical Trend of. Brush & P. 18: 141.

Shortcoming of American. (E. A. Abbey) Brush

&P.9: 33'-

Art Effort in British Cities. (C. M. Robinson) Har-
per, 105: 787.
Art Events in England in 1904. (C. Ricketts) Acad.

68: 134.
Art Exhibitions in London (F. Rinder) Art J. 5 a:

118.
Painting and Sculpture at. Studio (Internat.)

17: 25.
Art Galleries, American. (F. B. Sawvel) Educa. 25:

12.
Art Gallery, National, in U. S., Plea for. (T. Morau)

Brush & P. 12: 172.

Art Guaranties and Gall. Brush & P. 17: 163.
Art Handiwork. Art J. 57: 10.

and Manufacture. Art J. 57: 187-380. 58:20-247.
Art Importations to the U. S., how handled. (F. W.

Coburn) Brush A P. 13: 18.
Art Leagues, Municipal, True Function of. (O. D.

Grover) Brush & P. 12: 56.

Art Libraries. (F. J. Mather, jr.) Nation 83 : 197.
Art Library, A Possible. (R. Sturgis) Scrib. M. 34:

381. 38: 253.
Art Movement, A Democratic. (E. B. Johnston)

Chant. 36: 508.

in France, Popular. (A. Vallance) Art J. 54: 325.
Art Movement* of To-day. (F. W. Coburn) Nat'l M.

(Bost.) 17: 577, 744- 8: 378.



Art Museum ; how it should be Organized. (G. T.
Plunkett) M. of Art, 37: 448.

Art Museums, Small. (F. J. Mather, jr.) Nation, 80:
87.

Art Prices and Art Values. (F. J. Mather, jr.) Na-
tion, 80: 432.

Art Reproductions, Reference Library of. (F. J.
Mather, jr.) Nation, 74: 321.

Art Revival in Ireland. (Ellen Duncan) Acad. 71: 113.

Art Sales. Art J. 56: 140, 359.

and Signatures. Brush & P. 17: 113.

of 1899. Art J. 57: 304, 337.

of 1900. Art J. 58: 300.

of 1902. (W. Roberts) M. of Art, 27: 45.

Some Early. (Gerald P. Gordon) Gent. M. n. s. 69:

3 6 9.

Art School in Belgium. Am. Arch. 82: 39.
Art Schools. (F. J. Mather, jr.) Nation, 77: 66.

American, Problems of. (W. M. R. French) Brush

& P. 10: 223.

and Museums. Indep. 58: 464.

English and Foreign. (J. Ward) M. of Art, 26: 170.
National, Competition of, 1905. Studio (In-
ternat.) 26: 316.

1906. (Aymer Vallance) Studio (Internat.) 29:

309.

Relation to Arts and Crafts. (W. S. Perry) Crafts-

man, 2: 195.
Art Situation in New York, The. (F. J. Mather, jr.)

Nation, 80: 306.
Art Societies, Public School. (R. F. Zueblin) Chant.

38: 169.
Art Student, American, in Paris. (Will H. Low)

Scrib. M. 34: 509.

and his Portfolio. (J. H. Chapin) Lamp, 29: 605.
Art Student Life in Munich. (L. Van Der Veer)

Studio (Internat.) 25: 16.
Art Students, Lady, Life of, in Paris. (C. Holland)

Studio (Internat.) 21 : 228.

Art Tariff, Beauties of the. (F. J. Mather, jr.) Na-
tion, 83: 322.
Art Taste, Self-surrender in. (H. T. Bailey) Chaut.

37 : 437.
Art Training for Citizenship. (R. F. Zueblin) Chaut.

39: 168.

Art Training Methods. (B. E. Ward) Art J. 58: 9.
Art Treasures of England, Increasing Export of. (C.

Phillips) i9th Cent. 51: 421. = Lav. Age, 233: 329.

= Eel. M. 139: 9.
Art Works, Freedom from Importation Tax Desirable.

(Henry C. Lodge) Brush & P. 18: 226.

Italian Law to prevent Exportation of. Brush & P.

n: 29.

Artagnan, The Real. (C. Sellier) Harper, 105: 278.
Artedi, Peter. (C. R. Eastman) Science, n. s. 22: 378.
Artels. (N. Pinkus) Econ. J. 12: 485.
Artemia, A New. (V. L. Kellogg) Science, n. s. 24:

594-
Artemis and Hippolytus. (J. G. Frazer) Fortn. 82:

982.
Arthrodires, Dipnoan Affinities of. (C. R. Eastman)

Am. J. Sci. 171: 131.
Arthur, King, and Gorlagon ; translated. (A. Nutt)

Folk-Lore, 15: 40.

and the Holy Grail, Keltic. Sat. R. 100: 808.

Guinevere and Lancelot. (Juliet E. Robb) No. Am.

180: 918.

Legends in the Hands of the Poets. (Lillian V.

Lambert) Educa. 24: 28, 81.

Tintagel and its Arthurian Traditions. (A. L. Sal-

mon) Temp. Bar, 131: 25.

Arthur, Prince of Wales, 1486-1 502, son of Henry VII.
(W. Wood) Gent, M. n. s. 68: 220.



ARTICLE



35



ARTS



Article Seven ; a story. (Alice H. Donnell) Harper,

HI: 595-
Artillery. (E. Roberts) Un. Serv. M. 24: 586.

and Explosives, Development of Modern. Nature,

75 = '74-

Annored Field. (C. H. Wilson) Un. Serv. M. 30:

267.

at the Manoeuvres. Un. Serv. M. 28: 163.

Coast Defense, The Future of. Un. Serv. M. 25:

85.

Dispersed. (C. H. Wilson) Un. Serv. M. 26: 296.

The Divisional. (C. H. Wilson) Un. Serv. M. 31 :

269.

Essays on. (C. H. Wilson) Un. Serv. M. 25: 147-

459-

Field, Armament of. (E. R. Stuart) J. Mil. Serv.

Inst. 32: 238.

is it Obsolete ? Un. Serv. M. 27: 493.

Smaller Batteries for. (S. M. Foote) J. Mil.

Serv. lust. 35: 15.
Tactics for. (C. H. Wilson) Un. Serv. M. 32:

428.

Heavy. Un. Serv. M. 24: 489. (A. A. McHardy)

Un. Serv. M. 29: 54.
at River Crossings. Un. Serv. M. 30: 164.

in the Far East. (E. H. Parker) Un. Serv. M. 30:

1 80.

Japanese and Russian Field Guns. J. Mil. Serv.

Inst. 35: 114.

Japanese Field and Mountain. J. Mil. Serv. Inst.

35: '<>4.

Manned by Volunteers. Un. Serv. M. 31: 272.

Modern. (A. J. Dawson) J. Soc. Arts, 49: 271.

Mountain. (M. J. King-Hannan) Un. Serv. M. 27 :

480.

Q. F. in the Field, Employment of. (C. H. Wilson)

Un. Serv. M. 29: 192.

Rearmament of our. (C. H. Owen) Un. Serv. M.

31: 259.

Royal. (L. L. Hepper) Un. Serv. M. 29: 237.

Royal Garrison, Duties of. Un. Serv. M. 29 : 234.
Heavy Batteries of. (J. M. Maguire) Un. Serv.

M. 24: 633.

Specialism in the. Un. Serv. M. 30: 87.

Artillery Armament of Organized Militia. J. Mil.

Serv. Inst. 33: 244.
Artillery Co-operation. (C. H. Wilson) Un. Serv. M.

169.
Artillery Drill. (A. S. Hyde) J. Mil. Serv. Inst. 34:

252.
Artillery Fire, Field. (T. Ridgway) J. Mil. Serv.

Inst. 37: 410.

Present Value of. Un. Serv. M. 32: 243.

Artillery Remounts. J. Mil. Serv Inst. 34: 519.
Artillery Training, Garrison. Un. Serv. M. 27: 489.
Artist and Craftsman. (J. Taylor) Craftsman, 7: 589.

and True Art Critic Akin. (J. W. Moran) Brush fe

P. 16: 131.

in our World, The. (F. J. Mather, jr.) Nation,

83: 5-

Profession of, Prospects in. Cornh. 88: 185.

Training of an. (H. Macfall) Acad. 66: 691. 67:

201.

Artist in Hair. (M. A. Taylor) Atlan. 90: 838.

Artistic and Utilitarian Subjects ; to what Extent
should they count toward the A. B. Degree. (W.
T. Foster) School R. 13: 805.

Artistic Incongruities and Anachronisms. (T. C. Hep-
worth) Chamb. J. 82: 394.

Artistic Inspiration. (Bliss Carman) Lit. W. (Bost.)
34= 56.

Artistic Production, Moral Causation and. (A. D.
Lindsay) luternat. J. Ethics, 15: 399.



Artistic Temperament, The, and its Expression. (E.

Fuller) Critic, 47: 565.
Artist's Paradise, The. (C. F. Lummis) Land of Sun.

6: 232.
Artist's Way of Working, Sturgis's Study of the. (J.

LaFarge) Nation, 82: 121.
Artists, American, in their Studios, Photographs of.

Booklover's M. 5: 815.

Jealousies of. Sat. R. 93: 169.

New England, at the St. Louis Exposition. (J. N.

Oliver) New Eng. M. n. s. 30: 259.

of France, Giant. (H. S. Todd) Munsey, 27: 931.

Right to purchase their Work. Am. Arch. 81: 85.

Scandinavian, Homes of. (G. Brochner) Studio,

(Internat.) 29: 219.

Society of Western, Work of. (C. M. Kurtz) Brush

& P. n : 336.

their own Models. (D. Story) Munsey, 27: 687.

Western, who stay in the West. (James S. Dicker-

son) World To-day, 8 : 407.

with Theories, Convictions, and Principles. (R.

Sturgis) Scrib. M. 40: 125.
Arts and Crafts, American, the Weakest Part of an

Art Education. (R. C.) Brush & P. 15: 301.

and Progress. (A. Spencer) Craftsman, 6 : 228.

Bearing of Modern Industrial Conditions on the

Designer. Archit. R. 9 : 2 74-
Defense of the Movement. (Madge C. Jenisen)

Indep. 60: 325.

A Diagnosis. (D. W. Ross) Craftsman, 7: 335.

Exhibition, Springfield, Mass., 1902. Craftsman,

2: 48.

Minneapolis, Jan., 1903. (K. L. Smith) Crafts-
man, 3: 373.

Syracuse, 1903. Craftsman, 3: 326. 4: 61.

London, 1903. (L. F. Day) Art J. 55: 87.

Studio (Internat.) 20: 22. (A. Vallance) M. of

Arts, 27: 169, 217. 28: 53. (D. S. MacColl) Sat.

B. 95: 355-
London, 1906. Art J. 58: 88, 121. Studio

(Internat.) 28: 48, 129, 213.

Future of. (O. L. Triggs) Indep. 55: 2449.

German, at St. Louis, 1904. (I. K. Pond) 'Archit.

Rec. 17: 119.

Gild of, New York. Craftsman, 2: 09.

Hand-made Articles. (F. W. Cobnrn) Nat'l M.

(Bost.) 18: 58.
in American Education. Chant. 38: 49, 169, 296,

384,478, 587. 39: 71, 168,266.
in Civic Improvement. (Mrs. M. F. Johnston)

Chant. 43= 375-
in England, A Survey of. (R. F. Zueblin) Chant.

36: 167.

in Europe. (Clara Ruge) Indep. 59: 563.

in Germany. (D. J. Howes) Brush & P. 15: 167.

in London. (E. R. Pennell) Nation, 76: 127.

82: 174.
in Technical Schools. (H. Me Bride) Chant. 39:

Is the Movement Degenerate ? (Martha S. Bens-
ley) Indep. 58: 1301.

Patronage of. (R. F. Zneblin) Chant. 37: 266.

Relation of the Art School to. (W. S. Perry)

Craftsman, 2: 195.

Revival of the Lesser Arts. (M. Blanchon)

Craftsman, 3: 74.

Students' Work. Art J. 58: 276.

Where Women Work and Rest. (M. H. North-
end) Craftsman, 8: 339.

Arts and Crafts Movement, The. Chant. 36: 409, 506,
622. 37: 59, 172.

Art Teachings of the. (R. F. Zenblin) Chant. 36:
284.



ARTS



36



ASSIOUT



Arts and Sciences, International Congress of. St.

Louis, 1904. Science, n. s. 20: 33. (H. Miinster-

berg) Science, n. 8. 20: 289.
Some Principles that may be Guides for. (G. F.

Bodley) J. Soc. Arts, 51: 181.

Applied, in the Paris Salon, 1004. (M. P. Verneuil)

Craftsman, 6: 431.

Fine, as Ethical Factor. (H. T. Bailey) Am. J. Soc.

Sci. 41: 128.

in Theory ; Ideals. (J. P. Haney) Educa. 26: 161.
Arundel Castle; Animals in British Parks. (C. R.

Knight) Cent. 43 : 2 33-

Arnndel Club, The. (M. Conway) Nation, 78: 493-
Arundel Society, Work of. Brush & P. 12: 176.
Arunta, Religious Ideas of the. (N. W. Thomas)

Folk-Lore, 16: 428.
Arvers, Felix. (W. Littlefield) Lamp, 26: 488.

The Romance of a Sonnet. (H. A. Spurr) Gent. M.

JR. s. 76: 70.

Aryans, The Home of the. (F. Legge) Acad. 63: 710.
" As an Army with Banners." (Robert Shackle ton)

Booklover's M. 6: 775.
As a Man Sows ; a story. (G. D. Litchfield) Harper,

na: 630.
As a Thief in the Night. (Porter Emerson Browne)

Appleton's M. 8: 397.
As in the Beginning. (F. O. Bartlett) Everybody's,

13: 675.
As It was Written. (H. K. Harris) New Eng. M. 26:

268.
As a Man Thinketh ; a New Thought Story. (M. F.

Giles) Arena, 28: 75.
As a Tale that is Told ; a story. (M. C. Huntington)

McClure, 20 : 384.
As you Sailed; a story. (R. R. Gilson) Harper, 106:

208.
Asamayama, Japan's Highest Volcano. (H. G. Pont-

ing) Cent. 46: 697. (S. Ballard) Good Words,

44: 810.
Asbestos Minerals of Belvidere Mountains, Vt. (V.

S. Marsters) Science, n. s. 21 : 426.
Asbnry Park, N. J., Carnival at. (C. B. Davis) Out-
ing, 48: 689.
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Ashes of Old Wishes, The. (Herminie Templeton)

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Ashland, Wis. Nat'l M. (Bost.) 17: 253.
Ashtoreth, Goddess of the Zidonians. (G. H. Skip-

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England's Strength in. (T. Holdich) Fortn. 84:

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Assisi. (G. B. Rose) Sewanee, 14: 51.

A Day in. (M. W. Crupper) Sand. M. 33: 259.

A Further Study at. (B. de Sdlincourt) Monthly

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Association between Two Things, Proof and Measure-
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Association of American Anatomists, Chicago, 1901.
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