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M.A. Yale University 1902.

Dissertation: Sources of the allusions to animals in the Italian
lyric of the thirteenth century. (Published as follows:
Sources of the beast similes in the Italian lyric of the thir-
teenth century, Romanische Forschungen, 21:276-3201.
Erlangen, 1908.)

Instructor in French, Sheffield Scientific School, Yale University.

1905
David Hobart Carnahan, B.A. University of Illinois 1896, M.A.

1898, M.A. Yale University 1904.

Dissertation: The prologue in the Old French and Provengal
mystery. (Printed by The Tuttle, Morehouse & Taylor Com-
pany, New Haven, 1905.)

Associate Professor of Romance Languages, University of
Illinois, Urbana, 111.

Frederick Bliss Luquiens, B.A. Yale University 1897.
Dissertation: The Roman de la Rose and medieval Castilian

literature. (Published in Romanische Forschungen, 20:284-

320 K. Erlangen, 1907.)
Professor of Spanish, Sheffield Scientific School, Yale University.

1907

Oscar Emil Staaf, B.A. Bethany College (Kansas) 1900, M.A.

Yale University 1902.

Dissertation: Classical mythology in Calderon.
Assistant Professor of Romance Languages, Adelbert College,
Western Reserve University, Cleveland, O.



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John Pierrepont Rice, B.A. Yale University 1900, M.A. 1901.
Dissertation: A critical edition of the Bestiary and Lapidary

from the Acerba of Cecco d'Ascoli.
Assistant Professor of Romance Languages, Williams College,

Williamstown, Mass.

1911

Raymond Thompson Hill, B.A. Yale University 1904, M.A. 1905.

Dissertation: La Mule sanz Frain: an Arthurian romance by
Paiens de Maisieres, edited with introduction, notes, and
glossary. (Printed by J. H. Furst Company, Baltimore, 1911.)

Instructor in French, Yale College.



1913

Elise Neuenschwander, B.A. University of Kansas 1898.
Dissertation: Influence of Villon on Voltaire.
Associate Professor of Romance Languages, University of
Kansas, Lawrence, Kan.

1914

Ames Haven Corley, B.A. Ohio Wesleyan University 1901, M.A.

Harvard University 1911.
Dissertation: A study in the word-play in Cervantes' Don

Quixote.
Instructor in Spanish, Yale College.



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Frederick Anderson, B.A. Leland Stanford, Jr., University 191 1,

M.A. Harvard University 1912.

Dissertation: The literary experience of the Agricola.
Instructor in Italian and Spanish, Yale College.

John Bellows DeFcxrest, B.A. Yale University 1905, M.A. 1912.

Dissertation: Old French borrowed words in Old Spanish of the
twelfth and thirteenth centuries with special reference to the
Cid, Berceo's poems, the Alexandre, and Ferman Gonzalez.

Instructor in French, Sheffield Scientific School, Yale University.



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Joseph Seronde, B.A. Yale University 1905, M.A. 1910.

Dissertation: A study of the relations of some leading French
poets of the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries to the Marques
de Santillana.

Assistant Professor of Romance Languages, University of Penn-
sylvania, Philadelphia, Pa.

ALPHABETICAL LIST
(* indicates that the graduate is deceased.)

Anderson, 1915 Neuenschwander, 1913

Carnahan, 1905 Rice, 1909

Corley, 1914 *Rogers, 1894

DeForest, 1915 Seronde, 1915

Dunn, 1898 Staaf, 1907

Galpin, 1904 Taylor, 1900

Carver, 1904 Wagner, 1902

Hill, 1911 Whitney, 1901
Luquiens, 1905



IN THE DEPARTMENT OF GERMANIC
LANGUAGES AND LITERATURES



1896

Warren Austin Adams, B.A. Yale University 1886.
Dissertation: Studies in Goethe's Dichtung und Wahrheit.
Professor of German, Dartmouth College, Hanover, N. H.

Gustav Gruener, B.A. Yale University 1884.

Dissertation: The Nibelungenlied and Sage in modern poetry,
(Published in Publications of the Modern Language Associa-
tion of America, 11:220-257. Baltimore, 1896.)

Professor of German, Yale College.

Alfred John Pearson, B.A. Bethany College (Kansas) 1893.
Dissertation: The Gothic school in Swedish literature.
Professor of the German Language and Literature, Drake
University, Des Moines, la.



1898

Gustav Albert Andreen, B.A. Augustana College 1881, B.A. Yale
University 1894.

Dissertation: The origin, development and character of the idyl
in German literature. (Published as follows: Studies in the
idyl in German literature, Augustana Library Publications,
No. 3, Lutheran Augustana Book Concern, Rock Island, 111.,
1902.)

President of Augustana College and Theological Seminary,
Rock Island, 111.

1900

Ellen Cordelia Abbott, B.A. Vassar College 1892.

Dissertation: The influence of Shakespere upon the dramatic

works of Heinrich von Kleist.
Teacher, 29 East 29th St., New York, N. Y.



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Alberta Linton Corbin, B.A. University of Kansas 1893.
Dissertation: Contributions to the study of the political lyric in

Germany.
Associate Professor of German, University of Kansas, Lawrence,

Kan.

1904

Hollon Augustine Farr, B.A. Yale University 1896, M.A. 1902.
Dissertation: Five Berlin puppet plays from about 1835.
Chairman of the Academical Freshman Faculty, and Assistant
Professor of German, Yale College.

Carl Wilhelm Johnson, B.A. Bethany College (Kansas) 1900,
M.A. Yale University 1902.

Dissertation: A comparative study of the rhythmic nature and
development of the Alexandrine verse in German poetry
during the early part of the eighteenth century.

Assistant Professor of German, Williams College, Williams-
town, Mass.

Edward Thorstenberg, B.A. Bethany College (Kansas) 1899,
M.A. Yale University 1902.

Dissertation: Lessing's appreciation of color as an element of
effect in poetry: a contribution to the study of Laokoon.

Professor of Scandinavian Languages and Literatures, Univer-
sity of Oregon, Eugene, Ore.

1905

George Merrick Baker, B.A. Yale University 1900.
Dissertation: The German drama in England from 1785 to 1805.
Associate Professor of Modern Languages, University of the
South, Sewanee, Tenn.

Joseph Fogelberg, B.A. Bethany College (Kansas) 1899.
Dissertation: Christian Dietrich Grabbe: his life and work.
Died 1909.

Lars Johan Evald Hallander, Upsala University (Sweden) 1893,

M.A. Yale University 1904.
Dissertation: Das starke Verb bei Lohenstein: ein Beitrag zum

Studium des fruhneuhochdeutschen Verbes.
Assistant Editor, Nordstjernan, New York, N. Y.



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Jay Glover Eldridge, B.A. Yale University 1896, M.A. 1899.
Dissertation: Studies in the infinitive after modal auxiliaries in

the Middle High German epic.
Professor of the German Language and Literature, and Dean

of the University Faculty, University of Idaho, Moscow,

Idaho.

1907

Albert Edward Gubelmann, B.A. University of Rochester 1897,
M.A. 1900, M.A. Yale University 1902.

Dissertation: Color and light in Hebbel's lyric poetry. (Pub-
lished as part of his book, Studies in the lyric poems of
Friedrich Hebbel, Yale University Press, New Haven, 1912.)

Assistant Professor of German, Yale College.

Axel Ebenezer Vestling, B.A. Bethany College (Kansas) 1900,

B.A. Yale University 1903, M.A. 1905.
Dissertation: A study of the relative pronoun as used by Heinrich

Heine in his prose works.
Professor of German, Carleton College, Northfield, Minn.

Arthur Gustavus Ward, B.A. Yale University 1898, M.A. 1904.
Dissertation: Friedrich Hebbel's aesthetic notions.
Professor of French, New York State College for Teachers,
Albany, N. Y.

1909

Paul Curts, B.A. Yale University 1905, M.A. 1907.

Dissertation: Luther's variations in sentence arrangement from
the modern literary usage, with primary reference to the
position of the verb. (Printed by R. Wagner Sohn, Weimar,
1910.)

Associate Professor of German, Wesleyan University, Middle-
town, Conn.

George Blakeman Lovell, B.A. Yale University 1901, M.A. 1903.

Dissertation: Word-order in the works of Grimmelshausen (1625-
1676) as indicated by the position of the verb. (Published
in part as follows: Peculiarities of verb-position in Grimmels-
hausen, Journal of English and Germanic Philology, 11:205-
208. Urbana, 1912.)

Rector-elect, Hopkins Grammar School, New Haven, Conn.



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Frederick Williams Pierce, Ph.B. Baker University 1906.
Dissertation: A study of Schiller's use of the relative pronouns

in his prose works.
Assistant Professor of German, Pennsylvania State College,

State College, Pa.

1910

Harry Thomas Ceilings, B.A. Colgate University 1903, M.A.

1906.
Dissertation: Contributions to the study of the language and

style of Gustav Freytag's Die Ahnen. (Abstract published in

Journal of English and Germanic Philology, 13:186-201.

Urbana, 1914.)
Professor of German and Head of German Department,

Pennsylvania State College, State College, Pa.



1911

Susan Almira Bacon, B.A. Mount Holyoke College 1905.
Dissertation: The source of Wolfram's Willehalm. (Published

as Heft 4, Sprache und Dichtung, J. C. B. Mohr,. Tubingen,

1910.)
Associate Professor of French, Mount Holyoke College, South

Hadley, Mass, (until 1915).
244 Edwards St., New Haven, Conn.



1913
Howard Wadsworth Church, B.A. Yale University 1904, M.A.

1907.

Dissertation: Friedrich Riickert als Lyriker der Befreiungskriege.
(Published in expanded form, by G. E. Stechert and Company,
New York, 1916 [in press].)
Instructor in German, Yale College.



1914

Edith St. Clair Palmer, B.A. Mt. Holyoke College 1910, M.A.

Smith College 1912.

Dissertation: Studien zu Theodor Fontanes Balladen.
Instructor in German, Wheaton College, Norton, Mass.



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Carl Frederick Schreiber, B.A. University of Michigan 1907,
M.A. New York University 1910.

Dissertation: Harro Hairing: Ein Beitrag zur Deutschen
Demagogenliteratur.

Instructor in German, Sheffield Scientific School, Yale Univer-
sity.

ALPHABETICAL LIST
(* indicates that the graduate is deceased.)



Abbott, 1900
Adams, 1896
Andreen, 1898
Bacon, 1911
Baker, 1905
Church, 1913
Collings, 1910
Corbin, 1901
Curts, 1909
Eldridge, 1906
Farr, 1904
*Fogelberg, 1905



Gruener, 1896
Gubelmann, 1907
Hallander, 1905
Johnson, 1904
Lovell, 1909
Palmer, 1914
Pearson, 1896
Pierce, 1909
Schreiber, 1914
Thorstenberg, 1904
Vestling, 1907
Ward, 1907



IN THE DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE
AND LITERATURE



1875

Lucius Adelno Sherman, B.A. Yale University 1871.
Dissertation: A grammatical analysis of The Owl and the

Nightingale.
Dean of Graduate College, Professor of the English Language

and Literature, and Head of the Department, University of

Nebraska, Lincoln, Neb.

1878

Julian Willis Aberncthy, B.A. Middlebury College 1876.
Dissertation: The decline of the English drama in the eighteenth

century.
Literary work, Burlington, Vt.

1880

James Raymond Brackett, B.A. Bates College 1875.
Dissertation: The authorship of The Flower and the Leaf.
Professor of Comparative and English Literature, and Dean of
the Graduate School, University of Colorado, Boulder, Colo.

1889

Wilbur Lucius Cross, B.A. Yale University 1885.

Dissertation: Eighteenth-century sentimentalism in France and
England.

Professor of English, Sheffield Scientific School, Yale Univer-
sity.

1891

William Lyon Phelps, B.A. Yale University 1887, M.A. Har-
vard University 1891.

Dissertation: The beginnings of the English romantic move-
ment, 1725-1765. (Published as follows: The beginnings of
the English romantic movement: A study in eighteenth
century literature, Ginn and Company, Boston, 1893.)

Lampson Professor of English Literature, Yale College.



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1892

Charles Davidson, B.A. Grinnell (Iowa) College 1875, M.A. 1878.
Dissertation: Studies in the English mystery plays. (Published

in Transactions of the Connecticut Academy of Arts and

Sciences, 9: 125-297. New Haven, 1892; and as a reprint with

new pagination.)
Professor of Education, University of Maine, until 1911; now

retired.
Claremont, Cal.

1893

Arthur Willis Colton, B.A. Yale University 1890.
Dissertation: The English prologue and epilogue.
Librarian, University Club, New York, N. Y.



1894
Elizabeth Deering Hanscom, B.A. Boston University 1887, M.A.

1893-

Dissertation: Studies in the Vision of Piers Plowman. (Pub-
lished in part as follows: The argument of the Vision of
Piers Plowman, Publications of the Modern Language
Association of America, 9: 403-450. Baltimore, 1894.)
Professor of English Language and Literature, Smith College,
Northampton, Mass.

Charles Augustus Schumacher, B.A. Yale University 1892.
Dissertation: Sources of Longfellow's poetry.
Teacher of Psychology and Methods of Literature, State Normal
School, Oneonta, N. Y.

Mary Augusta Scott, B.A. Vassar College 1876, M.A. 1882.

Dissertation: The Elizabethan drama, especially in its relations to
the Italians of the Renaissance. (A part developed and now
in press, as follows: Elizabethan translations from the Italian,
one of the Semi-Centennial Publications of Vassar College,
Houghton, Mifflin, and Company, Boston, 1915.)

Professor of English Language and Literature, Smith College,
Northampton, Mass.

Laura Johnson Wylie, B.A. Vassar College 1877.

Dissertation: Studies in the evolution of English criticism,

(Published by Ginn and Company, Boston, 1894.)
Professor, and Head of the Department, of English, Vassar

College, Poughkeepsie, N. Y.



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1895

Charles Henry Adams Wager, B.A. Colgate University 1892.

Dissertation: The Seege of Troye, in Middle English, with
introduction. (Published as follows: The Seege of Troye,
edited from MS. Harl. 525, with introduction, notes, and
glossaries, The Macmillan Company, New York, 1899.)

Professor of English, Oberlin College, Oberlin, Ohio.

1896

Henry Walter Bunn, B.A. Yale University 1894.
Dissertation: Some love poetry.

Captain, Coast Artillery Corps, United States Army, Fort
Flagler, Wash.

Frank Herbert Chase, B.A. Yale University 1894.

Dissertation: The syntax of temporal clauses in Old English

prose.
Custodian of Special Libraries, Public Library, Boston, Mass.

Edward Grier Fullerton, B.A. University of Pennsylvania 1883.
Dissertation: Robert South.
Died 1911.

Martha Anstice Harris, M.A. Lincoln College 1894.

Dissertation: A vocabulary of the Old English Gospels. (Pub-
lished as follows: A glossary of the West Saxon Gospels,
Latin-West Saxon and West Saxon-Latin, Yale Studies in
English, No. 6, Lamson, Wolffe, and Company, Boston, 1899.)

Professor of English Language and Literature, and Dean of
the College, Elmira College, Elmira, N. Y.

Robert Hastings Nichols, B.A. Yale University 1894.
Dissertation: Studies in English lyrical poetry from 1625 to

1660, with suggestions for an anthology.
Professor of Church History, Auburn Theological Seminary,

Auburn, N. Y.

Edward Bliss Reed, B.A. Yale University 1894.

Dissertation: Studies in English lyrical poetry of the Caroline

and Commonwealth periods, with suggestions for an

anthology.
Assistant Professor of English, Yale College.



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Alice Elizabeth Sawtelle (Mrs. Herbert Randall), B.A. Colby

University 1888.
Dissertation: The sources of Spenser's classical mythology.

(Published by Silver, Burdett, and Company, Boston, 1896.)
Died 1909.

1897

Frederick Wilkinson Kilbourne, Ph.B. Yale University 1894.

Dissertation: Alterations and adaptations of Shakespeare's plays
after 1660. (Published as follows: Alterations and adapta-
tions of Shakespeare, The Poet Lore Company, Boston, 1906.)

Treasurer of the Curtis Home, Meriden, Conn.

Herbert Augustine Smith, B.A. Yale University 1889.
Dissertation: Classicism and criticism in English literature from

Dryden to Pope.
Editor, Forest Service, United States Department of Agriculture,

Washington, D. C.

1898

Edward Chauncey Baldwin, B.A. Yale University 1895.

Dissertation: Character-writings of the seventeenth century, with
a critical edition of Butler's Characters. (Published in part,
in revised form, as follows: In Modern Language Notes: Ben
Jonson's indebtedness to the Greek character-sketch, 16: 385-
396. Baltimore, 1901; In Publications of the Modern Lan-
guage Association: The relation of the English "character"
to its Greek prototype, 18: 412-423. Baltimore, 1903; The
relation of the seventh century character to the periodical
essay, 19: 75-114; La Bruyere's influence upon Addison, 19:
479-495. Baltimore, 1904; A suggestion for a new edition of
Butler's Hudibras, 26: 528-548. Baltimore, 1911; The "char-
acter" in Restoration comedy, 30: 64-78. Baltimore, 1915.)

Assistant Professor of English, University of Illinois, Urbana,
111.

Anna Hunt Billings, B.L. Smith College 1891.

Dissertation: A guide to the Middle English metrical romances
which are based upon English and German legends, and upon
the legends of Charlemagne. (Published as follows: A
guide to the Middle English metrical romances dealing with
English and Germanic legends, and with the cycles of
Charlemagne and of Arthur, Yale Studies in English, No. Q,
Henry Holt and Company, New York, 1901.)

New York, N. Y.



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James Wallace Broatch, B.A. Yale University 1891.

Dissertation: The Troylus and Criseyde of Chaucer. (Published
in part as follows: The indebtedness of Chaucer's Troilus to
Benoit's Roman, Journal of Germanic Philology, 2: 14-29.
New Haven, 1900.)

Died 1908.

Charlton Miner Lewis, B.A. Yale University 1886, LL.B. Colum-
bia University 1889.

Dissertation: The foreign sources of modern English versifica-
tion, with especial reference to the so-called iambic lines of
8 and 10 syllables. (Printed by Ehrhardt Karras, Halle, 1898,
and made No. I of Yale Studies in English, without bearing
that title.)

Emily Sanford Professor of English Literature, Yale College.

Laura Emma Lockwood, B.A. University of Kansas 1891, M.A.

1894.
Dissertation: A lexicon to the English poetical works of John

Milton, A-F. (Published, with additions, as follows: Lexicon

to the English poetical works of John Milton, The Macmillan

Company, New York, 1907.)
Associate Professor of English Language, Wellesley College,

Wellesley, Mass.

Bertha Ellen Lovewell (Mrs. George L. Dickinson), B.L.

Washburn College 1889.
Dissertation: The life of Saint Cecilia, from MS. Ashmole 43 and

MS. Cotton Tiberius E. VII, with introduction, variants, and
. glossary. (Published as Yale Studies in English, No. 3,

Lamson, Wolffe, and Company, Boston, 1898.)
525 Huntington Terrace, Pasadena, Cal.

Margaret Pollock Sherwood, B.A. Vassar College 1886.
Dissertation: Dryden's dramatic theory and practice. (Published

as Yale Studies in English, No. 4, Lamson, Wolffe, and

Company, Boston, 1898.)
Professor of English Literature, Wellesley College, Wellesley,

Mass.

Caroline Louisa White, B.A. Mount Holyoke College 1894.

Dissertation: ^Elfric: a new study of his life and writings. (Pub-
lished as Yale Studies in English, No. 2, Lamson, Wolffe, and
Company, Boston, 1898.)

Died 1905.



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Elisabeth Woodbridge (Mrs. Charles G. Morris), B.A. Vassar

College 1892.
Dissertation: Studies in Jonson's comedy. (Published as Yale

Studies in English, No. 5, Lamson, Wolffe, and Company,

Boston, 1898.)
67 Mansfield St., New Haven, Conn.

1899

John Milton Berdan, B.A. Yale University 1896.

Dissertation: The poems of John Cleveland, with a biography
and historical introductions. (Published as follows: The
poems of John Cleveland, annotated and correctly printed
for the first time, with biographical and historical introduc-
tions, The Grafton Press, New York, 1903; 2d ed., Yale
University Press, New Haven, 1911.)

Assistant Professor of Rhetoric, Yale College.

Ella Isabel Harris, B.A. Waynesburg College 1889, M.A. 1892.

Dissertation: Two tragedies of Seneca rendered into English
verse, with an introduction. (Published, without the intro-
duction, by Lamson, Wolffe, and Company, Boston, 1898;
republished by Houghton, Mififlin, and Company, Boston,
1899. Included in The tragedies of Seneca rendered into
English verse, Henry Frowde, London, 1904.)

Teacher of English, State Normal School, Ellensburg, Wash.

Charles Grosvenor Osgood, B.A. Yale University 1894.

Dissertation: The sources of Milton's classical mythology.
(Published as follows: The classical mythology of Milton's
English poems, Yale Studies in English, No. 8, Henry Holt
and Company, New York, 1900.)

Professor of English, Princeton University, Princeton, N. J.

Frederick Morgan Padelford, B.A. Colby University 1896.
Dissertation: Old English musical terms. (Published as Bonner
Beitrage zur Anglistik, Heft 4, P. Hanstein's Verlag, Bonn,

1899.)

Professor, and Head of the Department, of English, University
of Washington, Seattle, Wash.

Emerson Gifford Taylor, B.A. Yale University 1895.
Dissertation The influence of French comedy on the English

comedy of the late seventeenth century (1660-1740).
Author, 58 Garden St., Hartford, Conn.



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Irene Tanner Myers, M.A. Bethany College 1889.

Dissertation: A study in epic development. (Published as Yale

Studies in English, No. u, Henry Holt and Company, New

York, 1901.)
Professor of History, and Dean of Women, Transylvania

College, Lexington, Ky.

George Henry Nettleton, B.A. Yale University 1896.
Dissertation: The evolution of the Shakespearean clown.
Assistant Professor of English, Sheffield Scientific School, Yale
University.

Charles Huntington Whitman, B.A. Colby University 1897.
Dissertation: The birds of Old English literature. (Published in
Journal of Germanic Philology, 2:149-198. New Haven, 1900.)
Professor of English, Rutgers College, New Brunswick, N. J.

1901

Martha Hale Shackford, B.A. Wellesley College 1896.
Dissertation: The pastoral idyll in English poetry. (Chapter i

published as follows: A definition of the pastoral idyll,

Publications of the Modern Language Association of America,

19: 583-592. Baltimore, 1904-)
Associate Professor of English Literature, Wellesley College,

Wellesley, Mass.

Margaret Sweeney, B.A. Radcliffe College 1899.

Dissertation: Patience, a Middle English poem in the West Mid-
land dialect of the fourteenth century, edited with introduction,
notes, and glossary.

Professor of Rhetoric, and Dean of Women, University of
Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn.

Alice Lincoln Wright, B.A. Wellesley College 1897.
Dissertation: A study of Ben Jonson's Catiline, with special

reference to its sources.
Teacher, Dwight School, New Haven, Conn.

1902

Margaret Rooker Bradshaw, M.A. Vanderbilt University 1893.
Dissertation: The metre of the Christ.

Associate Professor of English Language and Literature, Smith
College, Northampton, Mass.



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Emily Howard Foley (Mrs. Allyn K. Foster), B.A. Wellesley
College 1893.

Dissertation: The language of the Northumbrian Gloss to the
Gospel of Saint Matthew. (Ft. i, Phonology, published as
Yale Studies in English, No. 14, Henry Holt and Company,
New York, 1903.)

8 Polhemus PL, Brooklyn, N. Y.

Henry Lee Hargrove, B.A. University of Nashville 1891, M.A.
1892.

Dissertation: King Alfred's Old English version of St. Augus-
tine's Soliloquies, edited with introduction, notes, and glossary.
(Published as Yale Studies in English, No. 13, Henry Holt
and Company, New York, 1902.)

Professor of English Literature, Government Preparatory
School, Kaifeng, Honan, China.

Charles Montgomery Hathaway, Jr., B.A. Yale University 1899,

M.A. 1901.
Dissertation: The Alchemist, by Ben Jonson, critically edited

with introduction, notes, and glossary. (Published as Yale

Studies in English, No. 17, Henry Holt and Company, New

York, 1903, omitting 'critically' in the title.)
American Consul, Hull, England.

Robert Kilburn Root, B.A. Yale University 1898.

Dissertation: Classical mythology in Shakespeare. (Published as

Yale Studies in English, No. 19, Henry Holt and Company,

New York, 1903.)
Assistant Professor, John L. Cadwalader Preceptor in English,

Princeton University, Princeton, N. J.

Hubert Gibson Shearin, B.A. Centre College 1897, M.A. 1899.
Dissertation: The expression of purpose in Old English prose.

(Published as Yale Studies in English, No. 18, Henry Holt

and Company, New York, 1903.)
Professor, and Head of the Department, of English, Occidental

College, Los Angeles, Cal.

Susan Smith Sheridan, B.A. University of Omaha 1897.

Dissertation: Glossary of the Anglo-Saxon Ritual of the Cathe-
dral Church of Durham.

Teacher, and Head of the Department, of English, Hillhouse
High School, New Haven> Conn.



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Chauncey Brewster Tinker, B.A. Yale University 1899, M.A.
1901.

Dissertation: A historical and critical account of the translations
of Beowulf, with a new rendering of the poem. (First part
and a translation published as follows: The translations of
Beowulf: a critical bibliography, Yale Studies in English, No.
16, Henry Holt and Company, New York, 1903; Beowulf
translated out of the Old English, Newson and Company,
New York, 1902, rev. ed., 1910.)


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