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Adams, C. K. Annual report of the president of Cornell University for 1890-91. Ithaca, N. Y., 1891. 80. pp. iv + 76+ (10).

Christopher Columbus, his life and his work. New York, 1892. 160. Pp. xv + 261. Port. (Makers of America.)

Coordination of colleges and universities. (University Magazine, June, 1891.)

Angell, F. Ueber Aufgaben und Methoden der Psychologie; von H. Münsterberg [a review]. Philosophical Review, Jan., 1892. Vol. i., p. 104.

Babine, A. V. They quarrelled. (Cornell Magazine, Dec... 1891, vol. iv., p. 99.)

Bailey, L. H. Annals of horticulture in North America for 1891; a witness of passing events and a record of progress. New York, 1891. 8o. pp. 415. Wdets.

Cross-breeding and hybridizing; the philosophy of the crossing of plants considered with reference to their improvement under cultivation with a brief bibliography of the subject. New York, 1891. 8°. pp. 44.


The horticulturist's rule-book. New and revised ed. New York, 1891. 16o. pp. 221.

Chlorigi (stachys Sieboldi). (Cornell Uni versity — Agricultural Experiment Station. Bulletin, Dec., 1891, no. 37, p. 394.)

The cultivated chestnuts. (Amer. Garden,

vol. xii, p. 276.)

Double apples. (Same, p. 243.)

Experiments in the forcing of Tomatoes. (Cornell University - Agricultural Experiment Station. Bulletin, June, 1891, no. 28, p. 45.)

Falls of Minnehaha. (Amer. Garden, vol. xii., p. 263.)

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The forcing of English cucumbers. (Cornell University Agricultural Experiment Station. Bulletin, Sept., 1891, no. 31, p. 125.)

Is graftage a devitalizing process? (In Peninsular Horticultural Soc. Transactions, vol. v., P. 74)

Also abstract in Garden and Forest, vol v., pp. 39, 50.

The malignant blackberry. (Amer. Garden,

vol. xii., p. 558.)


1891, vol. xvi., p. 215.)

(Botanical Gazette, July,

A new edible blackberry (rubus Millspaughii) (Agricultural Science, vol. vi, p. 66.)

The orchid show [in New York.] (Amer. Garden, vol. xii., p. 238.)

Pepino (solanum muricatum). (Cornell University-Agricultural Experiment Station. Bulletin, Dec., 1891, no. 37, p. 389.) Physalis, or husk tomato. (Same, p. 382). Piece-roots vs. whole-roots. (Amer. Garden,

vol. xii., p. 218.)


Pines, hemlocks, and spruces. (Same, p.

Preservation of trees. (Amer. Farm News,

Aug., 1891, vol. iv.)

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Recent difficulties in fruit-growing. (In Peninsular Horticultural Soc. Transactions, vol. v., p. 54.)

Some preliminary studies of the influence of the electric arc lamp upon greenhouse plants. (Cornell University - Agricultural Experiment Station. Bulletin, Aug., 1891, no. 30, p. 85.) The Soulard crab and its kin. (Amer. Garden, vol. xii., p. 469.)

Spanish Salsify (scolymus Hispanicus). (Cornell University - Agricultural Experiment Station. Bulletin, Dec., 1891, no. 37, p. 401.)

Species of Japanese flowering cherries. (Amer. Garden, vol. xii., p. 402.)

Spraying fruit-trees. (In Michigan Horticultural Soc. Report, vol. xix., p. 107.)

Tomatoes. (Cornell University - Agricul tural Experiment Station. Bulletin, Oct., 1891, no. 32, p. 143.)

Training for Experimenters. (Agricultural Science, vol. v., p. 214.)

Verbena mildew (oidium erysiphiodes). (Cornell University - Agricultural Experiment Station. Bulletin, Dec., 1891, no. 37, p. 405.).

joint author. Report of committee upon Legal control of varieties [by L. H. Bailey, N. H. Albaugh, and S. B. Parsons]. (In Assoc. of Amer. Nurserymen. Proceedings, 1891, p. 129.)

Reviews of current horticultural literature by Prof. Bailey have appeared in the American Garden, April, May, 1891.

Barr, J. H. Notes on kinematics. Ithaca, N.Y., 1892. 80. Monthly review of mechanical progress. (Northwestern Mechanic, Jan.-March, 1892, vol. iv.) The steam-engine. A series of articles in the Northwestern Mechanic, March to Dec., 1891, vol. iii.

associate editor. The Northwestern mechanic, vol. iii., no. 3-9, March-Sept., 1891. Minneapolis, 1891. 7 nos. fo.

Bissell, G. W. An interesting experiment with a lubricant. (In Amer. Soc. of Mechanical Engineers. Transactions, 1890, vol. xii., p. 221.)

Burr, G. L. The fate of Dietrich Flade. New York, 1891. 8o. pp. 57.

Also in American Historical Association. Papers. Vol. v.,

p. 187.

Caldwell, G. C. A new form of voltameter. (Jour. of the Amer. Chemical Soc., Sept., 1891, vol. xiii., p. 207.) Caldwell, W. De l'idéal; étude philosophique; par A. Ricardou [review]. (International. Jour. of Ethics, Oct., 1891, vol. ii., p. 133.)

Fundamental problems: the method of philosophy as a systematic arrangement of knowl edge; by Paul Carus [a review]. (Philosophical Review, March, 1892, vol. i., p. 210.)

Materialism. (In Chambers's Encyclopædia, vol. vii., p. 90.)

On sameness and identity; by G. S. Fullerton [a review]. (Philosophical Review, March, 1892, vol. i., p. 210.) Pessimism. (In Chambers's Encyclopædia,

vol. viii., p. 83.)

Pythagoras. (In same, p. 510.)

Schopenhauer's criticism of Kant. (Mind, July, 1891, vol. xvi., p. 355)

Canaga, A. B. A cruise aboard the U. S. flagship Lancaster. (Cornell Magazine, June, 1891, vol. iii., p. 323.)

Carpenter, R. C. Notes to mechanical laboratory practice. Ithaca, N. Y., 1891. sm. 8o. pp. 168+ ii + (2). Plate.

Carpenter, R. C. Application of Hirn's Analy sis to engine testing. (In Amer. Soc. of Mechanical Engineers. Transactions, 1891, vol. xii., p. 790.) Also in The Crank, Oct., 1891, vol vi., p. 5

Economy of automatic and slide valve engines. (Clay Worker, May, 1891.)

The injector. (Cassier's Magazine, Jan, Feb., March, 1892.)

Methods of measuring the quality of steam. (Technic [Univ. of Michigan], May, 1891)

The new experimental engine for Sibley College, Cornell University. (Crank, March, 1892, vol. vi., p, 215.)

Notes to Calorimeters. (In Amer. Soc. of Mechanical Engineers. Transactions, 1891, vol. xii., p. 825.)

Also in Railway Review, 15, 29 Aug., 1891.


Painting roofs. (Rural New Yorker, May,

The Sibley belt-testing machine. (In Amer. Soc. of Mechanical Engineers. Transactions, 1891, vol. xii., p. 705)

The Sibley College laboratories. (Cassier's Magazine, Dec., 1891.)

The strength of brick. (Clay Worker, 15 Dec., 1891, vol. xvi., p. 521.)

A test of steam separators.

1891, vol. xi., no. 7, p. 9)

Testing of steam radiators.

Nov., 1891.)

Theory of the injector. Dec., 1891, vol. vi., pp. 57, 88.)

(Power, July,

(Metal Worker,

(Crank, Nov.,

Also a series of articles on the calorimeter in Power, April, 1891 to Jan, 1892.

Church, I. P. Notes and examples in mechanics; with an appendix on the graphical statics of mechanism. New York, 1892. I. 80. pp. (3) + 11828. 6 plates and figs.

The subnormal in graphical dynamics. Jour. of the Franklin Institute, Jan., 1892, vol. cxxxiii., p. 23.)

Collin, C. A. David B. Hill; a character sketch. (Review of Reviews, Feb., 1892, vol. v., p. 19)

The leading principles of modern prison science [paper read at the 18th annual session of the conference of charities and corrections, Indianapolis, May, 1891]. (In New York State Reformatory at Elmira. Papers in Penology. 2d series. p. 24.) Also in the Proceedings of the Conference, p. 214.

Professional studies for undergraduates (University Magazine, Feb., 1892, vol. vi., p. 127.) Comstock, J. H., and M. V. Slingerland. Wireworms; results of efforts to discover a practicable method of preventing the ravages of these pests, and a study of the life history of several com(Cornell University mon species. Agricultural Experiment Station. Bulletin, Nov., 1891, no. 33, P. 191. Illus.)

Corson, H. An introduction to the study of Robert Browning's poetry. [3d ed., to which is added, A death in the desert, with argument, notes, and commentary.] Boston, 1892. 80. pp. x + 367. Port and fac-sim. A primer of English verse, chiefly in its æsthetic and organic character. Boston, 1892. 120. pp. 232. What Does, what Knows, what Is. An address to the graduating class of the Ogontz School, June 9th, 1891. Philadelphia, 1891. 8o. pp. 30. Reprinted in Cornell Magazine, Oct., 1891, vol. iv., p.


Crane, T. F., editor. Chansons populaires de la France; a selection from French popular ballads;

with introduction and notes. New York, etc., [1891]. sq. 24°. pp. xxxix + 282. Illus

Vol. xxxii. of "Knickerbocker Nuggets Creighton, J. E. Hegel's Logic; a critical explanation; by W. T. Harris [a review]. (Philosophical Review, Jan., 1892, vol. i., p. 107.)

Leibnizens Streit gegen Locke in Ansehung der angeborenen Ideen; Inaugural-Dissertation, von F. Thilly [a review]. (Same, March, 1892, vol. i., p. 214.) The philosophy of Locke, in extracts from the Essay concerning human understanding, arranged, with introductory notes, by J. E. Russell [a review]. (Same, p. 205.)

Spinoza's Erkenntnisslehre in ihrer Beziehung zur modernen Naturwissenschaft und Philosophie allgemein verständlich dargestellt; von M. Berendt und J. Friedländer [a review]. (Same, p. 202.)

Dennis, L. M,, joint author. Ueber die volumetrische Bestimmung der dampfformigen Kohlenwasserstoffe, von W. Hempel und L. M. Dennis. (In Deutsche chemische Gesellschaft. Berichte, 1891, vol. xxiv., p. 1162.)

Translator. Methods of gas analysis, by Walther Hempel; translated from the 2d German edition. London, etc., 1892. 120. pp. xv + (1) + 384. Wdcts.

Emerson, A. Catalogue of a Polychrome exhibition illustrating the use of color in Græco-Roman sculpture; with an introductory notice by Dr. Alfred Emerson, curator of classical antiquities. Published by the Art Institute of Chicago, Jan., 1892. Chicago, 1892. PP. 30. Off the beaten track in Southern Italy. (Cornell Magazine, Dec., 1891, Jan., 1892, vol. iv., pp. 81, 125.)


Rubens, Titian, or both? [discussion of a recently discovered picture ascribed to these masters] (Chicago Tribune, 18 Nov, 1891.) Emerson, O. F. Etymology of English tote. (Modern Language Notes, Dec., 1891, vol. vi., p. 252.) The Ithaca dialect; a study of present Eng

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Also reprinted, Boston, 1891. 80. pp 85-173.

James Russell Lowell. (Dial, Sept., 1891, vol. xii., p. 133.)

The new Webster and the guide to pronunciation (Modern Language Notes, Jan., 1892, vol. vii., p. 17.)

Poesie; a sonnet

(Chatauquan, May, 1891, September; a sonnet. (Same, Sept., 1891,

vol. xiii., p. 176.)

vol. xiii., p. 740.)

Studies in Chaucer. (Dial, Feb., 1892, vol. xii., p. 345)

Fish, P. A. The partial occlusion of the olfactory lobe in the canidae. (American Monthly Microscopical Jour., March, 1891, vol. xii., p 49.)

Gage, S. H. The microscope and histology, for the use of laboratory students in the anatomical department of Cornell University. 3d ed., rewritten. Pt. I. Ithaca, N. Y., 1891. 89. Figs.

Contents:i. The microscope and microscopical methods. The combined aquatic and aerial respiration in amphibia and the function of the external gills of salamanders hatched on land. (In Amer. Assoc. for the Adv. of Sci. Proceedings, 1890, vol. xxxix., P. 337.) Comparison of the fibrin filaments of blood and lymph in mammalia and amphibia, with methods of preparation. (In Assoc. of Amer. Anatomist. Report, 1891, p. 25.)

Gage, S. H. Life history of the vermilion spotted newt (diemyctylus viridescens Raf) (Amer. Naturalist, Dec., 1891, vol. xxiii., p. 1084.)

The transition from stratified to columnar epithelium. (In Assoc. of Amer. Anatomists. Report, 1891, p. 24.)

and S. P. Gage. Changes in the ciliated areas of the alimentary canal of the amphibia during development, and the relation to the mode of respiration. (In Amer. Assoc. for the Adv. of Sci. Proceedings, 1890, vol. xxxix., p. 337.)

Coloration et conservation permanentes des éléments histologiques isolés par la potasse ou l'acide nitrique. (Journal de Micrographie, 1891, vol. xv., pp. 43, 102.)

Translated from the Proceedings of the Amer. Microscopical Society, vol. xi., p. 34.

and H. W. Norris. Notes on the amphibia of Ithaca. (In Amer. Assoc. for the Adv. of Sci. Proceedings, 1890, vol. xxxix., p. 338.)

Joint author. An illustrated encyclopædic medical dictionary; 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

SH. Gage. Vol. iii. New York, 1892. 4o. Illus. Hale, W. G. Die Cum-konstruktionen: ihre Geschichte und ihre Funktionen; übersetzt von A. Neitzert, mit einem Vorwort von B. Delbruck. Leipzig, 1891. 8°.

A translation of "The cum-constructions: their history and functions," in Cornell University Studies in classical philology. No. I.

The mode in the phrases quod sciam, etc. (In Amer. Philological Assoc. Transactions, 1891, vol. xxii., p. 105.)

The syntax of the general condition in Latin. (In same, p. xxxviii.)

The tenses in the subjunctive comparative clause in Latin (after tamquam, tamquam si, velut ac si, etc.) (In same, p. xl.)

joint editor. The classical review, April, 1891-March, 1892, vol. v. no. 4-vol. vi., no. 3. London, etc., 1891-92. 10 nos. 1. So.

Hammond, W. A. On the notion of virtue in the dialogues of Plato. (In Harvard College. Studies in classical philology, vol. iii. 1890. p. 131.) A short history of Greek philosophy; by J. Marshall [a review]. (Philosophical Review, Jan., 1892, vol. i., p. 109.)

A study of Greek philosophy; by E. M. Mitchell [a review]. (Same, March, 1892, vol. i., p. 211.) Harris, G. W. The classification of the Cornell University Library. (Library Jour., May, 1891, vol. xvi., p. 138.)

Hart, J. M. The Cornell course in rhetoric and English philology. (Academy, [Boston], May, 1891, vol. vi., p. 181.)

The scientific method in English literature teaching. (Same, April, 1892, vol. vii., p. 125.) Hewett, W. T. Friedrich Schlegel's Briefe [a review]. (Modern Language Notes, Nov., 1891, vol. yi., p. 209.)

editor. Goethe's Hermann und Dorothea, edited, with introduction and notes, by W. T. Hewett. Boston, 1891. 120. pp. 5+ 243. (Heath's modern language series.)

Hudson, W. H. The Satan of theology and how we came by him. Boston, [1892]. 8°. PP. 42. Borrowed plumes. (Week, 17 July, 1891.

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In the pit. (Cornell Era, 9 Jan., 1892, vol. xxiv., p. 138.)

A literary myth. (Same, April 25, 1891, vol. xxiii., p. 246.)

A love-drama of the tenth century. (PoctLore, Oct., 1891.) (Week, 7 Aug., 1891,

Old London playhouses. vol. viii., p. 574.)

Stage-realities. (Same, 30 Oct., 1891, vol. viii., p. 770 ) Jacoby, H. S., joint author. Roofs and bridges. Pt. II. Graphic statics, by M. Merriman and H. S. Jacoby. New York, 1891. 80. pp. vii + 124. 4 plates and diagrams.

Jenks, J. W. A critique of educational values. (Educational Review, Jan, 1892, vol. iii., p. 1.)

Land transfer reform. (In Amer. Acad. of Political and social science. Annals, July, 1891, vol. ii., p. 48.)

Trades-unions and wages. (Jour. of Social Science, Oct, 1891, vol. xxviii., p. 48.)

Also printed with additions in the Inlander, Oct., 1891, vol. xi, p. 19.

Trusts in the United States. Jour., March, 1892, vol. ii., p. 70.)


Rewritten, with additions, from the Jahrbücher für Nationalökonomie und Statistik, Jan., 1891.

University extension in Indiana. News, May, 1891, vol. ix., p. 367.)


A word to trades-unions. (Charities Review, Dec., 1891, vol. i., p. 55.)

Book reviews by Prof. Jenks have appeared in Political Science Quarterly, Dial, and Annals of the Amer. Acad. of Political and Social Science.

Laughlin, J. L. A Fourth of July in the English Channel. (Cornell Magazine, Nov., 1891, vol. iv., p. 41.) Lodeman, E. G. The pecan attributes, culture, varieties, possibilities. (Amer. Garden, May, 1891, p. 272.)

Combination of fungicides and insecticides, and some new fungicides. (Cornell UniversityAgricultural Experiment Station. Bulletin, Dec., 1891, no. 35. p. 315.)

MacGillivray, A. D. A catalogue of the thysanura of North America. (Canadian Entomologist, Dec, 1891, vol. xxiii., p. 267.)

MacMahon, J., associate editor. Annals of mathematics. Vol. vi., nos. 1-5, June, 1891-March, 1892. [Washington, D. C., 1891-92]. 5 nos. 4o.

Merritt, E. G. Note on certain peculiarities in the behaviour of a galvanometer when used with the thermopile. (American Jour. of Science, May, 1891, vol. xii., p. 417.)

Newbury, S. B. Recent progress in industrial chemistry. (Amer. Chemical Jour., 1891, vol. xiii., Pp. 131, 490.)

translator. A Swiss technologist's impressions of America. (Scientific Amer. Supplement, 20 June, 1891, vol. xxxi., p. 12888.)

Translated from the Schweizerische Bauzeitung.

and W. B. Newbury. A laboratory notebook based upon Remsen's briefer course in inorganic chemistry, prepared for the use of students in Cornell University. Ithaca, N. Y., 1891. 80.

Nichols, E. L. A photographic study of the electric arc [based upon experiments by J. C. McMynn. (In Amer. Institute of Electrical Engineers. Transactions, 1891, vol. viii., p. 214.)

Reprinted in Electrical Engineer, Electrical Review, Electrical World, Electrician, La Lumière Electrique.

and B. W. Snow. The influence of temperature on the color of pigments. (Philosophical Magazine, May, 1891, vol. xxxii., p. 401.) Also in Scientific American Supplement, 30 Jan., 1892, vol. xxxiii., p. 13407.

Nichols, E. L. On the character of the light emitted by incandescent zinc oxide. 1892, vol. xxxii., p. 19.)

(Same, Jan., Oliver, J. E. Estimates of distance. (Science, March 11, 1892, vol. xix., p. 149.) Orndorff, W. R. Laboratory manual of organic chemistry. Ithaca. 8°. pp. 54.

Index to American chemical journal, vol. xiii., 1891.

and M. Cauffman. Decomposition with alcohol of the diazo compounds obtained from some of the nitro-naphthyl-amins. (Amer. Chemical Jour., Jan., 1892, vol. xiv., p. 45.)

Osborne, C. F. "An appeal to Cæsar." (Architectural Record, March, 1892, vol. i., p. 281.)

What Richardson did. II. (Cornell Maga

zine, May, 1891, vol. iii, p. 283.)

Prentiss, A. N. Notes on the midwinter vegetation of central Florida. (Garden and Forest, 3 Feb., 1892, vol. v., p. 52.)

Some noteworthy weeds. (Cornell UniverAgricultural Experiment Station. Bulletin, Déc., 1891, no. 37, p. 336)


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and H. H. Wing. A grain ration for cows at pasture. (Cornell University Agricultural Experiment Station. Bulletin. Nov, 1891, no 36, p. 341.)

Rowlee, W. W. Alcoholic material for laboratory work in systematic botany. (American Naturalist, April, 1891, vol. xxv., p. 377.)

List of plants collected near Muir Glacier by H. P. Cushing in summer of 1890 (National Geographic Magazine, 21 March, 1892, vol. iv., p. 79 ) Ryan, H. J. On the relation of the air gap and the shape of the poles to the performance of dynamo machinery. (In Amer. Institute of Electrical Engineers. Transactions, Oct., 1891, vol. vii., p. 451.)

Also in Electrician [London], 9 Oct., 1891, vol. xxvii., p. 638; La Lumière Electrique, 24 Oct., 1891, tom xli., p. 186; Electrical Engineer, [N. Y.], 30 Sept., 1891, vol. xii., p. 377, and in other periodicals.

Schurman, J. G. Duty; a book for schools; by J. H. Seelye [a review]. (Philosophical Review, Jan., 1892, vol. i., p. 93.)

Ethics for young people; by C. C. Everett [a review]. (Same, March, 1892, vol. i., p. 199.)

The future of liberal religion in America. (New World, March, 1892, vol. i., p. 29.)

The growth and character of organized charity. (Charities Review, March, 1892, vol. i., p. 191.)

[a review] i., p. 196.)

An introduction to ethics; by J. C. Murray (Philosophical Review, March, 1892, vol. Justice; by Herbert Spencer [a review]. (Same, Jan, 1892, vol. i., p 79.)

Outlines of Psychology; by Harold Höffding; translated by M. E. Lowndes [a review]. (Educational Review, Dec., 1891, vol. ii., p. 501.)

The present position of the philosophical sciences; an inaugural lecture; by James Seth [a review]. (Philosophical Review, March, 1892, vol. i., p. 198.)

Selections from Berkeley, with an introduction and notes for the use of students in the univer sities; by A. C. Fraser [a review]. (Same, Jan., 1892, vol. i., p. 103.

Types of ethical theory; by J. Martineau [a review] (Same, p. 93.)

The universe and its evolution; a new theory on the existence of the universe, the causation of Its energy, and its order and development; by S. J. Silberstein [a review]. (Same, March, 1892, vol. i., p. 198.)

-,editor. The philosophical review, vol. i., no. I, 2, Jan., March, 1892. 2 m. Boston, etc., 1892. 2 nos. 80. Slingerland, M. V. Drasteria erichto. (Entomological News, March, 1892, vol. iii., p. 63.)

The horn fly (hæmatobia serrata). (Cornell University - Agricultural Experiment Station. Bulletin, Dec., 1891, no. 37, p. 378.)

See also Comstock, J. H., and M. V. Slingerland. Wireworms.

Smith, B. G. Reading and speaking; familiar talks to young men who would speak well in public. Boston, 1891 12°. pp. vi + 165.

Snyder, H. Application of Dr. Babcock's centrifugal method to the analysis of milk, skim-milk, buttermilk, and butter. (Cornell University Agricultural Experiment Station. Bulletin, July, 1891, no. 29, p. 77.) The determination of albuminoid nitrogen. (Same, Dec. 1891, no. 37, p. 360.)

Determination of fats in fodders by direct weighing of the ether-extract, and by loss of the substance. (Same, 357-)

The determination of nitrogen in soils.

(Same, p. 363.)

p. 362.)

Drying samples of fresh manures. (Same,

An error in the present official method for the determination of albuminoid nitrogen and the effect of the presence of metals precipitable by potassium sulphide in the determination of nitrogen by Kjeldahl's method. (Jour. of the Amer. Chemical Soc., Sept., 1891, vol. xiii., p. 212.)

The relation of fibrin to the effectual cream. ing of milk. (Cornell University — Agricultural Experiment Station. Bulletin, July, 1891, no. 29, p. 77 ) Sampling milk. (Same, Dec., 1891, no. 37,

P. 364) Tanner, J. H. Here and there in the Library. (Cornell Magazine, May, 1891, vol. iii., p. 312.) Thurber, C. H. The bell of La Baume. (Cornell Magazine. March, 1892, vol. iv., p. 199.)


College Bible study. (Examiner, 28 Jan.,

German and American schools. (Philadel phia Press, 28 June, 1891.)

School days of the German emperor. (Hav erford College Index, Nov., 1891.)

A minister under the cross. I., II. (Same,

Jan., 1892.)

School reform in Germany. (Academy [Boston]. April, 1891, vol. vi., p. 92.)

Thurston, R. H. Handy tables from Thurston's steam engine Manual, for use in laboratory computations and technical schools. New York, 1891. 8°. pp. 69. A manual of the steam-engine; for engineers and technical schools. New York, 1891. 2 v. 8°. Contents:i. Structure and theory. ii. Design, construction, and operation.

Robert Fulton: his life and its results. New York, [1891] 16o. pp. (1) + 194. Port. and figs. (Makers of America.)

Animals as motor machines. azine, Feb, 1892.)

(Cassier's Mag

Thurston, R. H. Authorities on the steam jacket facts and current opinion. (In Amer. Soc. of Mechanical Engineers. Transactions, 1891. vol. xii., p. 462.) (In same, p. 85.) A computation of Joule's equivalent. (Jour. of the Franklin Inst., April, 1892, vol cxxxiii., p. 289.) Les derniers jours de la machine à vapeur. (In Société des Ingénieurs. Mémoires, 1891.)

Chimney draught: facts and theories.

Economy of multiple-cylinder-engines. (Power, Feb., 1892, vol. xii., no. 2, p. 6.)

The final improvement of the steam engine. (In U. S. Naval Inst. Proc., 1891, vol. xvii., p. 497.) Also in the Crank, Feb, 1892, vol. vi., p. 171.

Hirn and Dwelshauver's Theory of the steam engine, experimental and analytic. (In Amer. Soc. of Mechanical Engineers. Transactions, 1890. vol. xii., p. 688)

Introduction to Dwelshauvers-Déry, table

of properties of steam. (In same, p. 72.)

The man of science, his methods and his work. (Scientific American Supplement, 2 Jan., 1892, vol. xxxiii., p. 13341.)

Address before the annual convention of Sigma Xi, June, 1891. Notes on technical education. v. (Academy [Boston], Sept., 1891 vol. vi., p. 296.)

Le perfectionnement dernier et final de la machine à vapeur. (L'Invention, March, 1892.)

Reduction des pertes de chaleur dans les machines à vapeur. (Rev. Gén. des Sciences, Oct., 1891.) Scientific basis of belief. (North Amer. Review, Aug., 1891, vol. cliii., p. 181.)

Screw steamship and tow-barge efficiency. (In Amer. Soc. of Civil Engineers. Transactions, Oct., 1891, vol. xxiv., p. 397.)

Steam-engine efficiencies the ideal engine compared with the real engine. (In Amer. Soc. of Mechanical Engineers. Trans., 1891, vol. xii., p. 729.) Also in Engineering News, 4 July, 1891, vol. xxvi., p. 17. Steam-jacket. (Science, 19 June, 1891, vol. xvii., p. 337.)

The tariff and the constructive arts. (Cassier's Magazine, Jan., 1892.)

Tests of Mellikin street railway poles. (Electrical Engineer, 27 Jan., 1892, vol. xiii., p. 93 )

There have also appeared 4th editions of A treatise on friction and lost work in machinery and millwork, Manual of steamboilers, and Materials of engineering, part 1. Prof. Thurston contributed above 20,000 technical terms to the Century dictionary

There have also appeared 4 editions of A treatise on friction and lost work in machinery and millwork, Manual of steam-boilers, and Materials of engineering, part I.

Tyler, C. M. The study of the history and philosophy of religion; inaugural address before the Faculty and students of Cornell University, October, 1891. Ithaca, N. Y., 1891. 8°. pp. 23.

Wheeler, B. I. Joint author. Introduction to the study of language; by H. A. Strong, W. S. Logeman, and B. I. Wheeler. London, etc., 1891. 8°. pp. x + (1) + 435.

White, A. C. Decennial history of the class of 1881 of Hamilton College. 1881-1891. Ithaca, N. Y., 1892. 8°. pp. 31+ (1).

White, H. S. Admission to college by certificate. (In Proceedings of the University Convocation of the State of New York, 1890, p 202.)

German-English dictionaries; [reviews of A universal English-German and German-English dictionary, by F. Flügel, and Encyclopædic EnglishGerman and German-English dictionary by E. Muret]. (Modern Language Notes, March, 1892, vol. vii., p. 85.)

The religious element in German literature; address delivered before the Christian Association of Cornell University, March 1, 1891, and the students of Stanford University, Dec. 15, 1891. (Abstract in Cornell Sun, 3 March, 1891, Cornell Era, 7 March, 1891, vol. xxiii., p. 209, and in Sequoia, Jan., 1892, vol. i., p. 95) editor. Selections for German prose composition; with notes and vocabulary. Boston, 1891. 160. pp. vi 174.

White, J., jr. Sulphon-fluorescein and other

sulphon-phthaleins; dissertation presented to the Board of University studies of the Johns Hopkins University for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy. Baltimore, Md., 1891. 8°. pp. (3) + 26.

Wilder, B. G. American reports upon anatomical nomenclature, 1889-1890, with notes by the secretary of the committee of the Association of American Anatomists, B. G. Wilder. [Ithaca, N. Y.] 1892. 8°. pp. (4).

Are intercollegiate athletics to stay at Cornell? (Ithaca Journal, 4 June, 1891.)

Chloroform the cats: a painless death that saves the animal from cruelty [letter to the editor]. (New York Tribune, 2d June, 1891.)

Credit to whom credit is due [letter to the editor]. (Ithaca Journal, 17 Jan., 1891.)

The fundamental principles of anatomical nomenclature. (Medical News, 19 Dec., 1891.) Read at the meeting of the Assocation of American Anatomists, Sept, 1891. Letter to the editors as to the exaggerated claims sometimes made in college papers for the preeminence of professors. (Cornell Sun, 6 May, 1891, vol. xi, no. 114.)

The morphological importance of the membranous or other thin portions of the parietes of the encephalic cavities. (Journal of Comparative Neurology, 3 Oct., 1891.)

Read at the meeting of the Association of American Anatomists, Sept 24, 1891.

New methods of preparing sheep-brains and cats for class practicums. (In Amer. Soc. of Naturalists. Report, 1890, p. 221.)

Willcox, W. F. The divorce problem; a study in statistics. New York, 1891. 8°. pp. 74. (Columbia College-Faculty of Political Science. Studies in history, economics, and public law. Vol. i., no. 1.)

An introduction to social philosophy; by J. S. Mackenzie [a review]. (Philosophical Review, Jan., 1892, vol. i., p. 99.)

Mechanism and personality; an outline of philosophy in the light of the latest scientific research; by F. A Shoup [a review]. (Same, p. 101.) Án outline of Locke's ethical philosophy; inaugural dissertation; by M. M. Curtis [a review]. (Same p. 200.)

Williams, J F. The igneous rocks of Arkansas. (Arkansas Geological Survey. Annual report for 1890. Vol. ii.)

Williams, S. G. The study of pedagogy at Cornell University. (Educational Review, April, 1891, vol. iii., p. 374.)

Universities and schools. (In National Educational Assoc. Proceedings, 1891, p. 500.) Wing, H. H. Cream raising by dilution. (Cornell University Agricultural Experiment Station. Bulletin, July, 1891, no. 29, p. 65.)

The effect of a delay in setting on the efficiency of creaming. (Same, p. 71.)

Fodder combinations. (In N. Y. State Agricultural Soc. Transactions, 1890, p. 168.)

(See also Roberts, I. P., and H. H. Wing.) On the effect of a grain ration for cows at pasture.

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