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N. Y. F. C. L. Catalogue of the George Bruce
The NEWARK (N. J.) P. L. News for July August is devoted to a "Verzeichniss der Deutschen bucher ." and a "Liste des livres Français" added to the library since January, 1894.
OSTERHOUT F. L. Wilkesbarre, Pa. Catalogue
of music in the library. 1895. 20 p. O. 5 c. Comprises titles in the catalog of 1889 and all later additions; includes reference works, musical periodicals, books on the history, theory and criticism of music, and librettos.
The Library Newsletter (Osterhout F. L) for July has a pleasant article, citing good "books for reading aloud."
The PHILADELPHIA P. L. has issued since June, 1894, a bulletin entitled Monthly Notes, devoted to articles on bibliographical subjects, lists, etc. A classed "List of books in the branches" of the library was begun in the issue of July, 1894, and is still in continuation. A list of books in the Wagner Reference Library was begun in December. "Pedagogy" is the subject of a paper, by Dr. Edward Brooks, in the issues of September and October, which is supplemented by a classed bibliography in the tober number, covering educational psychology, methods of instruction, school economy, history of education, etc.
The SALEM (Mass.) P. L. BULLETIN for July has classed reading lists on "Heraldry, chivalry, etc," and "Arctic regions."
Cornelison, I: Amada (The relation of religion to civil government in the United States);
catalogue of the flowering plants found in Dudley, W: R., and Thurston, C: Orion (A Lackawanna and Wyoming valleys);
Graham, G: Washington, and Alexander (Why North Carolinians believe in the Mecklenburg Oc-declaration of independence of May 20, 1775);
Harvey, Francis LeRoy, and Briggs, Fred Percy (Catalogue of the North American phenogams in the Blake herbarium);
Harvey, W: Hope (Coin's financial school); Hodge F: Webb (The first discovered city of Cibola);
Kelley, James Prentice, author of " The law of service," pub. by Putnam in 1894.-N. E. B. The following are supplied by Harvard College Library: Bierstadt, Oscar Albert (The library of Robert Hoe);
Buchanan, E: Everett (Buchanan's tables of squares);
embryology of the eye);
Houston, Edwin James, and Kennelly, Arthur
Johnson, Homer Uri (From Dixie to Canada); Judd, Jonathan R: (Always strong and happy); Keeler, C: A:, joint-author (On the natural history of the Farallon islands);
Mathews, Ferdinand Schuyler (Familiar flowers of field and garden).
BIBLIOTHÈQUE de la Compagnie de Jésus. Bibliographie et histoire, par de Backer, Carayon, Nouv. éd. par C. Sommervogel. v. 6.
Paris, A. Picard & Fils, 1895. 4°, 40 fr. CATALOGUE de la bibliothèque de la Société des ingenieurs civils de France, au 1 Janvier, 1893. v. 2. Paris, 1895. 767 p. 8°.
COLERIDGE, S: T. A bibliography of Coleridge, by R: Herne Shepherd, the compiler of bibliographies of Ruskin, Swinburne, and others, was begun in Notes and Queries, of May 11, and completed in five successive instalments. It will be privately printed, revised, and augmented, in pamphlet form, early this autumn. The edition is limited, and for sale by the author, at Camberwell House, Camberwell, S. E., London. FORSYTH, Walter Greenwood, and Harrison,
Jos. Le Roy, comps. Guide to the study of James Abbott McNeill Whistler. Univ. of State of N. Y. State Library Bulletin. Bibliography no. 1, May, 1895.
A brief biography of Whistler is followed by lists of his etchings and paintings, with full references to criticisms and descriptions of his works. GRISWOLD, W: M. Descriptive list of novels and tales dealing with the history of North America. Cambridge, Mass., W: M. Griswold, 1895. 101-183 p. O. pap., $1.
The second part of the "Descriptive list of novels and tales dealing with ancient life"; chronological, with full descriptive notes. HENSHAW, S: Bibliography of the more important contributions to American economic entomology. pt. 4. Washington, D. C., Gov. Print. Office, 1895. 167 p. O. (Agricultural Dept., Division of Entomology.)
KEYES, C: Rollin. Bibliography of North American paleontology, 1888-1892. Wash., D.C., Gov. Print. Office, 1894. 251 p. O. (Bulletin U. S. Geol. Survey, no. 121.) pap., 20 c.
compiled by Francis Watts Lee, of the Boston P. L., is a feature of W. J. Ashley's "The railroad strike of 1894." (Cambridge, Mass., Church
Social Union, 1895. 10 c.)
LAMAISM. A list of books on Lamaism is given on p. 578-583 of L. A. Waddell's ism of Tibet" (N. Y., Scribner, 1895. $12.60). OESTERLEIN, R. Beschreibendes Verzeichniss des Richard Wagner-Museums in Wien. bd. 4: Katalog einer Richard Wagner-Bibliothek, 4 band. Eine Ergänzung zu band 1-3. Leipzig, Breitkopf & Härtel, 1895. 172 p. 8°, 5m. PROCTOR, R. Jan van Doesborgh, printer at Antwerp: an essay in bibliography. London, printed for the Bibliographical Society at the Chiswick Press, 1894. 101 p. il. 4°.
RAILROAD STRIKE OF 1894. A careful bibliography (3 p.) of the great railroad strike of 1894,
Marzac-Raymond D'Abzac, well-known feuilletonist of the Figaro, recently deceased in Paris. "Buddh--Internationale Litteraturberichte, O. 3, '94.
Kara Giorg-Gustav Brühl, who issued a little volume of poems under this name. - N. Y. Staats-Zeitung, Ja. 27, '95.
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