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Gage, S. H. Bordman Lambert Oviatt [C. U., '87, an obituary notice]. (In Amer. Soc. of Microscopists. Proceedings, 1889, vol. xi., p. 151.)
and S. P. Gage. Staining and permanent preservation of histological elements isolated by means of caustic potash (KOH) or nitric acid (HNO3). (Same, p. 34.)
joint author. An illustrated encyclopædic medical dictionary, being a dictionary of the technical terms used by writers on medicine and the collateral sciences in the Latin, English, French, and German languages; by F. P. Foster, with the collaboration of... S. H. Gage. Vol. ii., pts. 1-2. N. Y., 1890.
2 pts. 4o.
Hale, W. G. Aims and methods of classical study. Bost., 1888. sm. 8°. pp. 47.
The sequence of tenses in Latin: supplementary paper. (Amer. Jour. of Philology, July, 1888, vol. ix., p. 158.)
The cum-constructions: their history and functions. Part ii. constructive. Ithaca, N. Y.,] 1889. 8°. pp. x+75-263. (In Cornell University. Studies in classical philology. no. i.)
Allen and Greenough's Latin grammar [a review]. (Classical Review, April, 1889, vol. iii, p. 167.)
Sonnenschein's Latin syntax [a review]. (Same, Dec., 1889, vol. iii., p. 464.)
joint editor. The classical review. Feb., 1889-March, 1890, vol. iii., no. 1-vol. iv., no. 3. London, etc., 1888-89. 1. 80. Hanson, J. C. Watson's "Swedish revolution," [a review]. (Cornell Magazine, Nov., 1889, vol. ii., p. 84.)
Harris, G. W. The new library building of Cornell University. Plans. (Library Jour., April, 1889, vol. xiv., p. 121.)
Some German publishing methods. (In Amer. Library Assoc., Papers and proceedings. 10th meeting, 1889, p. 104.)
Also in Library Jour., May-June, 1889, vol. xiv., p. 250. Hewett, W. T. Homes of the German poets. (Harper's Weekly, 26 Oct., 1889, vol. xxxiii.,
pp. 845, 862.)
A grammar of the German language; by H. C. G. Brandt. Fourth ed. [a review]. (Modern Language Notes, Nov., 1889, vol. iv., p. 214.)
Hitchcock, E., jr. Physical measurements, Cornell University, 1890. [Ithaca, N. Y., 1890] fo. PP. 2. Wdet.
Hutchins, H. B. The Cornell University School of Law. Illus. (Green Bag, Nov., 1889, vol. i., p. 473-)
Kemp, J. F. A brief review of the literature on ore deposits. [3d paper.] (School of Mines Quarterly, July, 1889, vol. x, p. 326)
On certain porphyrite bosses in northwestern New Jersey. Wdet. (Amer. Four of Sci., Aug, 1889, vol. cxxxviii., p. 130.)
On the dikes near Kennebunkport, Maine. Wdcts. (Amer. Geologist, March, 1890, vol. vii., p. 129)
Abstract in Bulletin of the Geological Society of Amer., vol. i., p. 32.
and F. V. Marsters. On certain camptonite dikes near Whitehall, Washington co., N. Y. (Amer. Geologist, Aug., 1889, vol. iv., p. 97.)
McMahon, J. A method of representing the imaginary elements of a geometric figure and of using them in construction. (Abstract in Amer. Assoc. for the Adv. of Sci. Proceedings, 37th meeting, 1888, p. 62.)
Solutions to unsolved questions. (Mathematical Questions and Solutions from the "Educa
Mills, H. E. The soul of the far East [by Percival Lowell, a review]. (Epoch, 29 March, 1889, vol. v., p. 133.)
Young Sir Henry Vane [by J. K. Hosmer; a review] (Same, 5 April, 1889, vol. v., p. 149.) Social progress [by D. G. Thompson; view]. (Same, 10 May, 1889, vol. v., p. 228.) Murdock's "Reconstruction of Europe " [a review]. (Cornell Magazine, Nov., 1889, vol. ii, p. 82.)
Newbury, S. B. Lantern-slide plates. (Anthony's Photographic Annual, 1890.)
Nichols, E. L. The personal error in photometry. Wdcts. (In Amer. Inst. of Electrical Engineers. Transactions, Aug.-Sept., 1889, vol. vi., P. 335.)
A paper read before the Institute, 22 May, 1889. Also in Electrical World, 1 June, 1889, vol. xiii., p. 314, in N. Y. Electrical Engineer, July, 1889, vol. viii., p. 299, and in Amer. Gas Light Four., vol. 1., p. 823.
Note [introductory to "The efficiency of the arc lamps" by H. Nakano]. (Same, p. 308.) Also in Electrical World, 1 June, 1889, vol. xiii., p. 313, and in N. Y. Electrical Engineer, July, 1889, vol. viii., p. 313. Two problems in the physics of photo(Chautauquan, March, 1890, vol. x., p.
The production of artificial cold. (Same, April, 1890, vol. xi., p. 42.)
Orndorff, W. R. Index to American chemical journal. Vol. i.-x. Balt., 1890. 80. pp. 87. Osborne, C. F. Healthy house building. nals of Hygiene, April, May, June, Aug., 1889, vol. iv., pp. 155, 217, 263, 385.)
"Architecture and Building" sketch club competitions; preliminary conditions and awards of referee. (Architecture and Building, 28 Sept., 21 Dec., 1889, vol. xi., pp. 103, 223, 18 Jan., 1890, vol. xii., p. 30.)
A course of reading in architecture. I., II. (Same, 8, 29 March, 1890, vol. xii., pp. 111, 147.) De l'enseignement des architectes aux États-Unis. Wdcts. (La Construction Moderne, 22 Fév., 29 Mars, 1890, 5o année, pp. 229, 289.) Prentiss, A. N. The hemlock. Wdet. (Garden and Forest, 26 March, 1890, vol. iii, p. 157.) Also in Forest Leaves, vol. ii, p 130. A paper read before the Amer Forestry Association at Philadelphia in Oct., 1889. Notes on the meadow-grasses. (In Cornell University Agricultural Experiment Station. Bulletin, Dec, 1889, no. xv., p. 189.)
On root-propagation of the Canada thistle. (Same, p. 190.)
On the vitality of weed seeds. (Same, p.
Roberts, J. P. On the production of lean meat in mature animals. 3 plates. (In Cornell University Agricultural Experiment Station. Bulletin, April, 1889, no. i., p. 5.)
Does heating milk affect the quality or quantity of butter? (Same, p. 13.)
President's address. (In N. Y. State Dairymen's Assoc. 13th annual report, 1889, p. 75.)
Warming water for stock. (Breeder's Gazette, 9 Oct., 1889, vol. xvi., p. 339.)
Farm manures. (Philadelphia Press, 27 Nov., 1889.)
A query about commercial fertilizers answered. (Breeder's Gazette, 25 Dec., 1889, vol. xvi., p. 614.)
Twenty-five tons silage corn per acre. (Orange Judd Farmer, vol. x., p. 214.) Seeding for pasture. (Farm and Home, vol.
X., p. 150.)
and H. H. Wing. On the effect of different rations on fattening lambs. (In Cornell University Agricultural Experiment Station. Bulletin, Aug., 1889, no. viii., p. 75.)
On the deterioration of farm-yard manure by leaching and fermentation. Plate and wdcts (Same, Dec., 1889, no. xiii., p. 153-)
On the effect of a grain ration for cows at pasture. (Same, p. 161.)
Field trial with fertilizers. (Same, Dec., 1889, no. xv., p. 203.)
A point in the cultivation of root crops. (Same, p. 204.)
Ryan, J. H The spiral coil voltometer. (In Amer. Inst. of Electrical Engineers. ings, Aug.-Sept., 1889, vol. vi., p. 322.)
Also in Western Electrician, 30 May, 1889, in Electrical World, 1 June, 1889, vol. xiii, p. 317, in La Lumière Électrique, 16 Nov, 1889, tom. xxxiv., p. 330, and in the N. Y. Electrical Engineer, Dec., 1889, vol. viii., p. 522.
Transformers. Wdcts. (In Amer. Inst. of Electrical Engineers, Jan., 1890, vol. vii., p. 1.)
Also in Western Electrician, 28 Dec., 1889, vol. v. p. 335, in Electrical World, 28 Dec., 1889, 11 Jan., 1890, vol. xiv., p. vol. xv., p. 32, in the N. Y. Electrical Engineer, Jan., 180, vol. ix., p. 7, in the London Electrician, 10, 17 Jan., 1899, vol. xxiv., pp. 239, 263, in the London Electrical Engineer, 17, 24 Jan., 1890, vol. xi., pp. 57, 76, in the London Electrical Review, 17 Jan., 1890, vol. xxvi., p. 74, in L'Electricien, 18 Jan., 1890, tom. xiv., p 61, La Lumière Électrique, 1 Fév, 1890, tom. xxxv.,
Saunders, J. S. The so-called direction of current. (The Crank, Jan., 1890, vol. iv., no. 4, p. 6.) Shackford, C. C. Symbolism in religious ideas. (Unitarian Review, Nov., 1888, vol. xxx., p. 385.)
Æschylus on some modern social problems. (Same, May, 1889, vol. xxxi, p. 411.)
Stedman, J. M. Researches on the anatomy of amphistomum fabaceum Diesing. 3 plates. (In Amer. Soc. of Microscopists. Proceedings, 1889, vol. xi., p. 85.)
Thurston, R. H. The development of the philosophy of the steam-engine; an historical sketch. N. Y., 1889. 120. pp. v + 48.
Notes on technical education. IV. (Acad emy [Syracuse], May, 1889, vol. iv., p. 220.) Contents: iv. Cornell University and technical colleges.
The last days of the steam-engine. (North Amer. Review, June, 1889, vol. cxlviii., p. 697.)
Sea coast and lake defenses [a letter]. (Century, June, 1889, vol xxxviii., p. 318.)
Philosophy of the multi cylinder, or compound, engine; its theory and its limitations. (Four. of the Franklin Inst., Dec., 1889, Jan., Feb., 1890, vol. cxxviii., p. 463, vol. cxxix., pp. 59. 122.)
Presented at the 20th meeting of the Amer. Soc. of Mechanical Engineers, Nov, 188)."
Introduction to "Table of the properties of steam; by V. Dwelshauvers-Derv "]. (In Amer. Soc. of Mechanical Engineers. Transactions, vol. xi., no. ccclix.)
Wells on recent economic changes [a re(Cornell Magazine, Dec., 1889, vol. ii., p.
Amateur engineering. (Amer. Machinist,
26 Dec, 1889, vol. xii., no. 52, p. 7.)
Handbook of engine and boiler trials and of the indicator and pony brake. N. Y., 1890. 8°. pp. xii + 514. Illus.
Reflections on the motive power of heat and on machines fitted to develop that power; from the original French of N.-L.-S. Carnot: edited by K. H. Thurston. N. Y., 1890. 120. pp. xiii + 260. Port. and wdcts.
The border-land of science. (North Amer. Review, Jan., 1890, vol. cl. p. 67.)
The problem of air-navigation.
Jan., 1890, vol. viii., p. 542.)
How the Princess Royal was won. (Cornell Magazine, Feb., March, 1890, vol. ii., pp. 171, 211.) Address to convention of the Institution of Civil Engineers and other associations in reply to the welcome to American societies visiting Great Britain. (Times [London], 13 Aug., 1889.)
Also in Ithaca Journal, Sept., 1889.
The papers on "Internal friction of non-condensing engines" and "On variable load, internal friction, and engine speed and works," recorded in no. 23 of the BULLETIN, have since appeared in the Transactions of the Amer. Soc. of Mechanical Engineers, vol. x., 1889, at pp. 110 and 138 respectively. Over date of 1800 there have been published 3d eds. of "A manual of steam boilers," of "A text-book of the materials of construction," and of "Stationary steam-engines," and 4th eds. of the 1st and 2d vols. of "Materials of engineering
Tutherly, H. E. Life in the United States Army. (Cornell Magazine, Jan., 1890, vol. ii., p. 127.)
Viall, W. A. [Circular for the N. Y. State Pharmaceutical Association: questions on the revision of the Pharmacopoeia. Ithaca, N. Y., 1890.] 8°.
Webb, W. L. See Crandall, C. L. Notes on shades, shadows, and perspective.
White, H. S Selections for German prose composition; with notes, grammatical references, and a complete vocabulary. Bost., 1889. 120. PP. 90.
Contains text only. Notes, etc., to be published next year. Englisch-americanische Bibliographie. (In Goethe Jahrbuch, 1889, Bd. x., S. 344.)
editor. Elementary German; and outline of the grammar, with exercises, conversations, and readings; by the late Charles P. Otis. Sixth edition, arranged and edited by Horatio Stevens White. N. Y., etc., 1889. 160. pp. xvi + 431. (Handbooks for students and general readers.)
Wilder, B. G. Brain: gross or macroscopic anatomy. 104 wdcts. (In Buck. A. H., editor. A reference handbook of the medical sciences. vol. viii. N. Y., 1889, p. 107.)
Brain, malformations of, which are morphologically instructive. 10 wdcts. (Same, p. 189.) Brain, Removal, preservation, and dissection of. 5 wdcts. (Same, p. 195.)
Terminology, Anatomical: Organonymy. (Same, p. 515.)
The latter part of the article, "Terminology; Toponymy," is by S. H. Gage. See Gage, S. H.
The relation of the thalamus to the paracole (lateral ventricle.) 2 wdcts. Jour. of Nervous and Mental Disease, July, 1889, n. s., vol. xiv., p. 436.) Preliminary report of the committee on anatomical nomenclature, adopted Dec. 28, 1889, without dissent. Ithaca, N. Y., Jan. 6, 1890. Broadside.
Report of the committee on anatomical
nomenclature, with special reference to the brain. [Ithaca, N. Ý., 1890.] Broadside.
"Reprinted [in advance] from the Proceedings of the Amer. Assoc. for the Adv. of Sci., 1889, p. 26."
Wilder, B. G. Do the Barclayan descriptive terms cause obscurity? [Letter to the editor.] (Science, 4 April, 1890, vol. xv., p. 224.)
Williams, H. S. On the relation of the Devonian faunas of Iowa. (Amer. Geologist, April, 1889, vol. iii., p. 230.)
The Devonian system of north and south Devonshire. (Amer. Jour. of Sci., Jan., 1890, vol. cxxxix., p. 31.)
Williams, S. G. The history of education, its value to teachers. [Ithaca, 1889]. 80. pp. 12.
A paper read before the National Educational Assoc. at Nashville July 18, 1889; also in their Proceedings for 1889, p. 223. The scope of college instruction in pedagogy. (In New York (State)· University. Proceedings of the University convocation, 1889, p. 117.)
Wilson, W. D. The papal supremacy and the provincial system tested by the Holy Scriptures and the canon law of the ancient church, with a plea for church unity. N. Y., 1889. 8°. pp. 196.
American church law considered in relation to the law of the Church of England and the administration of the civil law in the United States; an essay. N. Y., 1889. 80. pp. 66.
Miracles in nature and in revelation, and especially the great miracle of Our Lord's resurrection from the dead. N. Y., 1890. 8°. pp. 42.
Wing, H. H. The dairy industry of the United States. (In U. S.- Animal Industry Bureau. 4th and 5th annual reports, 1887-88, p. 387.)
How to fill silos. (Husbandman, Dec.,
Flax bolls as a fertilizer. (Farm and Home, vol. x., p. 176.)
Also short articles, commonly without titles, in the Rural New Yorker, vol. xlviii, pp. 365, 426, 445, 639, 788, vol. xlix., pp. 54, 100. See also Roberts, J P.
Withers, W. A. Some modifications of the method for determining crude fiber. (Jour. of Analytical Chemistry, Jan., 1890, vol iv., p. 35.)
The determination of crude fiber. (Same,
(College and School,
LIBRARY STATISTICS, 1889-90.
DURING the year there have been added to the General Library 3,724 volumes; to the Law Library 925 volumes; to the Philological Seminary Library 37 volumes. The total extent of the University Library is now 107,445 volumes, exclusive of pam phlets, comprising the General Library of 70,563 volumes, the Law Library of 6,251 volumes, the Philological Seminary Library of 631 volumes, and the White Historical Library of 30,000 volumes.
In August, 1889, the work of reclassifying and numbering the books was begun by Dr. A. C. White, and 25,000 volumes have now been arranged, labelled, and provided with new shelf-lists. In the catalogue department, under the direction of Mr. C. H. Hull, 28,677 cards have been written and distributed, representing 12,056 volumes and 1,019 pamphlets catalogued and incorporated in the dictionary catalogue of the General Library, which now includes 61,034 volumes and pamphlets.
The statistics in the delivery department display a noteworthy and gratifying increase in the use of the Library by students, the number of volumes given out at the delivery desk during the present university year being 37,846 as against 25,525 in 1888-89, an increase of nearly fifty per cent. As these figures do not include the use made of the constantly increasing number of reference books on the open shelves in the reading room and seminary rooms, or the books used by those who are admitted to the alcoves, it is safe to say that they represent only about one third of the actual use of the Library by students. The number of cards of admission to the alcoves for consultation and research granted dur ing the current year was 190, as compared with So in 1888-89.
The evening use of the Library also shows a remarkable increase, the average evening attendance for the year being 25, as against 14 in 1888-89.
ADDITIONS TO THE UNIVERSITY LIBRARY,
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I and J are alphabetized as one letter, U and V as one letter. California State Library, Sacramento, Cal. Catalogue, general department. Authors. Sacra
mento, Cal.], 1889. 8°. pp. (4)+1172. Edited by T. H. Wallis. Canada Parliament-Library. Annual sup plement to the catalogue, containing all books and pamphlets added to the library from Jan. 10th, 1889, to Jan. 10th, 1890. Ottawa, 1890. 8°.
Catalogue mensuel de la librairie française; fondé par O. Lorenz, continué par la librairie Nileson. 1889. P., 1889. 8°.
Chambers's encyclopædia; a dictionary of universal knowledge. New ed. Vol. iv. L., etc., 1889. 8o. Illus.
Contents: iv. Dionysius- Friction.
pp. xvi + 625.
- Library. 8°. pp. xiii
Catalogue des livres. P., 1872. 80.
Same. Catalogue supplémentaire. P., 1881. So. pp. xvi+ 380.
Ersch, J. S., and J. G. Gruber. Allgemeine Encyklopädie der Wissenschaften und Künste. Lpz., 1889. 4o.
Contents: -2. Section: H-N. Th. xliii. LeibeigenschaftLigatur Great Britain Commissioners Appointed to Inquire into the Constitution and Government of the British Museum. Report with minutes of evidence. L., 1850. fo. pp. iv + 823.
Same. Index. L., 1850. fo. pp. 172. Bd. with the preceding.
Gubernatis, A. de. Dictionnaire international des écrivains du jour. [Tom. i.] Florence, 1838. 8°. Contents: -i A-Com.
Kiel University - Bibliothek. Die Ordnungsprincipien der Universitäts-Bibliothek Kiel, für den dienstlichen Gebrauch zusammengestellt. Burg, 1888. 8. pp. vi+ 38.
"Als Manuskript gedruckt."
Library (The); a magazine of bibliography and literature. Vol. i. L., 1889. 8°.
Edited by J. Y. W. MacAlister "The organ of the Library Association of the United Kingdom." A continuation of The Library Chronicle. To be continued. Massachusetts - State Library. Report of the librarian for the year ending Sept. 30, 1889, and 10th annual supplement to the catalogue. Bost., 1890. 80. Newark, N. J.-Free Public Library. Finding list. October, 1889. Newark, N. J., 1889. 8°. pp. xiii + (1) +170.
Pritzel, G. A. Thesaurus literaturae botanicae omnium gentium inde a rerum botanicarum initiis ad nostra usque tempora, quindecim milia operum recensens. Editionem novam reformatam curavit G. A. Pritzel. Lipsiae, 1872-. 4°. pp. (3) + 576.
The preparation of this edition was begun by Pritzel, and finished by K. F. W. Jessen.
Quetif, J. Scriptores ordinis prædicatorum recensiti notisque historicis et criticis illustrati; præmittitur in prolegomenis notitia ordinis qualis fuit ab initio ad an. MD., tum series capitulorum generalium iis annis habitorum, denique index eorum qui ad ecclesiasticas dignitates promoti fuerunt; absolvit J. Echard. Lutetiæ Parisiorum, 1719. 2 v. fo. Union for Christian Work, Brooklyn, N. Y.— Library. Catalogue. [Brooklyn, N. Y.], 1888. 8°. PP. (4)+286.
University of California - Library. Contents, index. Vol. I. Berkeley, Cal., 1889-90. 80.
West Point Military Academy - Library. Catalogue. 1873. Newburgh, N. Y., 1876. 8o. pp. viii+723.
Same. Supplement, containing the additions from 1873 to the 31st of Dec., 1881. Poughkeepsie, [N. Y.], 1882. 80. pp. viii + 725-1027.
The pagination is continuous. The supplement contains an index to both parts.
Ziegelbauer, M. Historia rei literariæ ordinis S. Benedicti in IV. partes distributa; recensuit, auxit, jurisque publici fecit O. Legispontius. Augustæ Vind., etc., 1754. 4 v. fo.
Contents:i. Logica. ii. Physica. De cælo & mundo. De generatione & corruptione.
De meteoris. - De mineralibus. iii. De anima. - Metaphysica. iv. Ethica.Politicorum Aristotelis commentarii. v. Parva natvralia. vi. De animalibvs. vii. Commentarii in Psalmos. Commentarii in Threnos Ieremiæ, in Baruch, in Danielem, in 12 proph. minores. ix. Commentarii in Matthæum, in MarCommentarii in Lvcam. xi. Commentarii in Ioannem, in Apocalypsim. -xii. Sermones de tempore, de sanctis, de eucharistia - Orationes super Evangelia dominicalia totius anni. De muliere forti liber. xiii. Commentarij in D. Dionysium. - Compendij theologicæ veritatis lib. viixiv.-xvi. Commentarii in 1.-IV. lib. Sententiarvm. - xvii., xviii. Svmma theologia.. - xix. Svmma de creatvris. XX. Super missus. De laudibus beatæ Mariæ.— Biblia Mariana. xxi. Philosophia pauperum; sive, Isagoge in libros Aristotelis, Physicorum, De cælo & mundo, De generatione & corruptione, De meteoris & De anima. - De apprehensione & apprehensionis modis. De sacrificio missæ. De sacramento eucharistiæ. -- Paradisus animæ; sive, De virtutibus libellus. — De adhærendo Deo libellus. De alchimia libellus.
Compiled by A. Marini, with a French translation by J. Vetter.
Carpenter, W. B., Bp. of Ripon. The permanent elements of religion; eight lectures before the University of Oxford in 1887. L., etc., 1889. sm. 80. pp. lxiv + 423.
Cesare, R. de. Il conclave de Leone XIII., con documenti. Città di Castello, 1887. sm. 8°. pp. 430+(1). Plates.
Church, R. W., dean of St. Paul's. Saint Anselm. L., etc., 1888. sm. 80. pp. 355.
Clouston, W. A. Flowers from a Persian garden, and other papers. L., 1890. sm. 8°. pp. xii + 368. Contents:- Flowers from a Persian garden. Oriental wit and humour. Tales of a parrot. - Rabbinical legends, tales, fables, and aphorisms. An Arabian tale of love. Apocryphal life of Esop. Ignorance of the clergy in the Middle Ages.
The beards of our fathers.
Comba, E. History of the Waldenses of Italy, from their origin to the Reformation; translated from the author's revised edition by T. E. Comba. L., 1889. 80. pp. viii+357.
Comte, (J.) A. (M. F. X.). Catechismo positivista; ossia, Esposizione sommaria della religione universale in tredici conversazioni sistematiche fra una donna ed un prete dell' umanita. 2a ed.; tradotto da W. Congreve. Sanremo, 1882. sm. 8o. pp. 386. Table.
Cust, R. N. Notes on missionary subjects. L., 1889. 4 pts. in I v. 8o. Map.
Contents:- Observations on missionary societies. Language illustrated by Bible-translation. - - Problems outside the orbit of evangelistic work. Relation of missionaries to the outer world. Missionary addresses, pictures, and notices. From the author.
translated, with a new introductory essay, historical and critical, by J. Veitch. 9th ed. Edin., etc., 1887. sm. 80. pp. clxxxi + 292. De Soyres, Rev. J. Christian reunion; the Hulsean lectures for 1886. St. John, N. B., 1888. 80. pp. x+95 + (1).
From the author.
Ewald, (G.) H. (A.) von.
Old and New Testament theology; translated from the German by Rev. T. Goadby. Edin., 1888. 80. pp. viii+(1) + 458. (Clark's foreign theological library. New series. Vol. xxxiii.)
From the 2d and 3d volumes of the author's Die Lehre der Bibel von Gott "the present selection has been made, Ewald's alternative title of the whole work, Old and New Testament theology being adopted."
Revelation; its nature and record; translated from the German by Rev. T Goadby. Edin., 1884. 80. pp. x 482. (Clark's foreign theological library. New series. Vol. xix.)
A translation of the substance of the 1st volume of the author's Die Lehre der Bibel von Gott.
Grinnell, G. B. Pawnee hero stories and folktales; with notes on the origin, customs and charac ter of the Pawnee people. N. Y., 1889. sm. 80. pp. 417. Frontisp and wdcts.
Hoole, Rev. C. H. The classical 'element in the New Testament as a proof of its genuineness, with an appendix on the canon. L, etc., 1888. 80. pp. 146.
Howard, O. The life of the law; or, Universal principles of law. Richmond, Va., 1889. 8°. pp. 114.
Jones, Rev. W. H., and L. L. Kropf, translators and editors. The folk-tales of the Magyars, collected by Kriza, Erdélyi, Pap, and others; with comparative notes. L., 1889. 80. pp. lxxii +438. (FolkLore Society, London. Publications. xiii.)
Kant, I. Kritik der reinen Vernunft; mit einer Einleitung und Anmerkungen herausgegeben von E. Adickes. Berl., 1889. 80. pp. xxvii +723.
Luthardt, C. E. Die antike Ethik in ihrer geschichtlichen Entwicklung als Einleitung in die Geschichte der christlichen Moral. Lpz., 1887. 8°. pp. viii+187.
Maclear, Rev. G. F. Conversion of the west: the English. L., etc., [1878?]. 16o. pp. (2) + 186. Maps.
"Published under the direction of the committee of general literature and education appointed by the Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge."
Prentiss, Rev. G. L. The Union Theological Seminary in the city of New York; historical and biographical sketches of its first fifty years. N. Y., 1889. 80. pp vi + 294. 2 plates.
Schroeder, L. von. Pythagoras und die Inder; eine Untersuchung über Herkunft und Abstammung der Pythagoreischen Lehren. Lpz., 1884. 80. pp. 93. Seeman, (J.) O. (E.) Die gottesdienstlichen Gebräuche der Griechen und Römer. Lpz., 1888. sm. 80. Wdcts. pp. (5)+200. (Kulturbilder aus dem klassischen Altertume. iii.) Smith, W. R. Lectures on the religion of the Semites. Ist series: The fundamental institutions Edin., 1889. 8o.
Turner, F. S. The Quakers; a study, historical and critical. L., 1889. 120. pp. vi+ (1)+408.
Law and Sociology,
Including Education and Hygiene.
Alpha Delta Phi. Addresses in New York city at the semi-centennial convention, 1882, and at the 56th annual convention, 1888. [N. Y.], 1889. 8. pp. (6) +- 160.