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Arnold, S.. L.. (Waymarks for teachers); Buckley, W: Jay (Electric lighting plants); Condit, Uzal Wade (The history of Easton); Foster, James Mitchell (Christ the King); Hagan, W: Elijah (A treatise on disputed handwriting, etc.);
Kynett, Alpha Jefferson (The religion of the republic);
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BURKE, Edmund. Burke's speech on conciliation with the colonies; ed. by L. Du Pont Syle. Boston, Leach, Shewell & Sanborn, [1895.] c. 27+115 p. S. (Student's ser. of Eng. classics.) 35 c.
Contains a brief list (1 p.) of the best books about Burke.
GALBRAITH, Anna M. Hygiene and physical culture for women. N. Y., Dodd, Mead & Co., 1895. c. 29+294 p. il. D. $1. There is a 6-p. bibliography of the subject. HUIDEKOPER, Rush Shippen, The cat: a guide to the classification and varieties of cats, and short treatise on their care, disease and treatment. N. Y., D. Appleton & Co., 1895. c. 9+148 p. il. S. $1. Contains a brief bibliography (1 p.). KÜHL, W. H. Aëronautische Bibliographie 1670-1895. Berlin, W. H. Kühl. 51 S. gr. 16°, 25 pf.
N. Y. STATE MUSEUM BULLETIN, v. 3, no. 13
(April), is devoted to "The San Jose scale (aspidiotus perniciosus) and other destructive scale-insects of the State of New York," by J. A. Lintner, state entomologist. It contains (p. 303-305) a short bibliography of the subject. PHILO, Judæus. About the contemplative life; or, the fourth book of the treatise concerning virtues; critically ed. by F. C. Conybeare. N. Y., Macmillan & Co., 1895. 16+403, p. fac-sim. O. net, $3.25. Contains a bibliography, p. 391 -399.
RAND, B: (comp.) Selections illustrating economic history since the seven years' war. 3d ed.; with bibliography of economics. Cambridge, J: Wilson & Son., 1895. 8+641 p. 8°, $3.
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RIDER, Sidney S. Bibliographical and historical introduction to the digest of Rhode Island colonial laws of 1719, and incidentally to all other folio digests of R. I. laws. Providence, S. S. Rider, [1895.] c. '94. 18 p. nar. Q. pap., $30.
The SPENSER SOCIETY of London has recently published "An introduction to Drayton," by Oliver Elton. It contains an excellent bibliography.
TEGGART, F: J., assistant librarian of Leland Stanford Jr. University, has in preparation an English translation of Dr. Graesel's edition of Petzholdt's "Katechismus der Bibliothekswesen." Since Dr. Graesel's work appeared in 1892, it has been translated into Italian and French. Mr. Teggart's translation will be modified to conform to American library practice. WALKER, Francis A. The making of the nation, 1783-1817; with maps and appendices. N. Y., Scribner's Sons, 1895. c. 15+314 P. D. (Am. history ser.) $1.25.
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