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Accounting, Auditing

Auditing and cost accounts. Part I: Auditing, by Seymour Walton. Part II: Cost accounts, by S. W. Gilman.

1911. Civics Dept. (Modern business; the principles and practice of commerce, accounts and finance. vol. XI). Greendlinger, L. Accounting theory and practice; a comprehensive statement of accounting principles and methods, illustrated by modern forms and problems. 1910. Civics Dept.

(Modern business, vol. III). Moxey, E. P. Accounting systems; a description of systems appropriate to different kinds of business.

1911.

Civics Dept.

(Modern business; the principles and practice of commerce, accounts and finance, vol. X).

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Advertising, by Lee Galloway in collaboration with G. H. Harmon. Part II: Sell

ing and buying, by R. S. Butler. III: Credit and the credit man, by Lee Part Galloway. 1911. Civics Dept. (Modern business; the principles and practice of commerce, accounts and finance, vol. IX). Collins, C. A. Productive sales methods. L 12523

1913.

L 12524

Reprinted from various magazines. Collins, J. H. Human nature in selling goods. 1909. Dukesmith, F. H. and Mitchell, C. W. Salesmanship analyzed; being an analytical treatise on the science of salesmanship, demonstrated by diagramatic_charts. 1905. L 12525 Farrington, F. Talks by the old storekeeper. 1906. L 12521 -More talks by the old storekeeper. 1912. L 12522 Mahin, J. L. Advertising, selling the consumer. 1914. L 12027 Read, H. E. Read's lessons in salesmanship. 1910. L 12526

Real Estate Business Fuess, C. J. How to sell property; a popular treatise and guide for real estate

Egbert's parcel post directory and rate book for Chicago district. 4th ed. 1915. *R 3231

Manufactures, Trades

Wahl, A. The manufacture of organic dye-
stuffs. 1914.
K 14191
Woodhouse, T. and Milne, T. Jute and
linen weaving. 1914.
K 11622

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Literature

Criticism, Miscellanies

Arnold, M. Selections from the prose works of Matthew Arnold; ed. with introduction and notes, by William Savage Johnson. 1913. E 1795

(The Riverside literature series).

Aydelotte, F., ed. Materials for the study of English literature and composition; selections from Newman, Arnold, Huxley, Ruskin, and Carlyle. 1914. J 3245 Brownell, W. C. Criticism. 1914. J 4682 Fitzgerald, E. Dictionary of Madame de Sévigné; ed. and annotated by his greatniece, Mary Eleanor Fitzgerald Kerrich.

1914. 2v.

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Contents: A defense of joy.-The brimming cup.-Enthusiasm.-A chapter of enthusiasms.The auto-comrade.-Vim and vision.-Printed joy. -The joyful heart for poets.-The joyous mission of mechanical music.-Masters by proxy. Underwood, J. C. Literature and insurgency; ten studies in racial evolution: Mark Twain, Henry James, William Dean Howells, Frank Norris, David Graham Phillips, Stewart Edward White, Winston Churchill, Edith Wharton, Gertrude Atherton and Robert W. Chambers. 1914. J 5669

Rhetoric, Composition Neal, R. W. Short stories in the making; a writers' and students' introduction to the technique and practical composition of short stories, including an adaptation of the principles of the stage plot to short story writing. 1914. J 3239

Elocution Chamberlain, W. B. Principles of vocal expression being a revision of the Rhetoric of vocal expression, together with mental technique and literary interpretation by S. H. Clark. 1897. J 7085

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Walsh, W. S. Heroes and heroines of fiction, modern prose and poetry; famous characters and famous names in novels,

Contents: v. 1. Colonial rights.-The revolu tion. The constitution, introd. by Henry Cabot Lodge. v. 2-3. Foreign relations: pt. 1, introd. by William Jennings Bryan; pt. 2, introd. by Theodore Roosevelt.-v. 4. Slavery from 1790

1857, introd. by Charles Francis Adams.-v. 5. State rights [1798-1861], and slavery [1858-1861], introd. by Ethelbert D. Warfield.-v. 6. The civil war, introd. by Henry Watterson.-v. 7-8. Civil rights: pt. 1, introd. by Woodrow Wilson; pt. 2, introd. by Walter Hines Page. v. 9. Departments of government, introd. by William Howard Taft. -v. 10-11. Economic and social questions: pt. 1, introd. by Arthur Twining Hadley; pt. 2, introd. by Charles R. Van Hise.-v. 12. Revenue: tariff and taxation, introd. by Ida M. Tarbell.-v. 13-14. Finance: pt. 1. introd. by Theodore E. Burton; pt. 2, introd. by Irving Fisher.

Collections, Anthologies

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1913. E 12555 Repre

Tupper, F. and Tupper, J. W., ed. sentative English dramas from Dryden to Sheridan. 1914. E 12945

Contents: The conquest of Granada, by J. Dryden. All for love, by J. Dryden.-Venice preserved, by T. Otway.-The way of the world, by W. Congreve.-The beaux' stratagem, by G. Farquhar. Cato, by J. Addison.-The conscious lov. ers, by R. Steele.-The beggar's opera, by J. Gay. -Tom Thumb the Great, by H. Fielding.-She stoops to conquer, by O. Goldsmith.-The rivals, by R. B. Sheridan.-The school for scandal, by R. B. Sheridan.

Wildenbruch, E. A. v. King Henry; a drama in four acts with a prologue: Pt. 1 of Heinrich und Heinrich's Geschlecht. E 13005 (In The drama. no. 17, p. 12-145. February, 1915).

Williams, J. L. "And so they were married"; a comedy of the new woman.

Masques and Pageants

Davol, R. geantry.

1914. E 13007

A handbook of American pa1914. E 11987

Poetry

Aiken, C. Earth triumphant, and other tales in verse. 1914. E 11751 Browning, R. and Browning, E. B. New poems, ed. by Sir Frederic G. Kenyon. 1915. E 10693 Contains twelve new poems by Robert Browning, which have been added ten that are to be found in the Centenary edition only and seven from various other sources, and six new poems by Mrs. Browning.

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Contents: Poems by Robert Browning.-Poems by Mrs. Browning.-Miss Elizabeth Barrett Barrett's criticisms on some of her future husband's poems (1845).-Robert Browning's answers to questions concerning some of his poems. By A. A. Brockington.

Kabir. Songs of Kabir, tr. by Rabindranath
Tagore. 1915.
E 11121

"Based upon the Hindi text with Bengali translation of Mr. Kshiti Mohan Sen.' Ledoux, L. V. The shadow of Etna. 1914. E 11186 "Persephone, a masque," p. 1-28. Roland. The song of Roland, tr. into English verse by Leonard Bacon. 1914.

Travel and Description

E 10763

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Stevenson, Mrs. F. V. de G. O. The cruise
of the "Janet Nichol" among the South
Sea Islands; a diary by Mrs. Robert Louis
Stevenson.
I 9357

Bruce, G. J.

1914.

1914. South America Brazil and the Brazilians. I 11152 Maitland, F. J. G. Chile: its land and people; the history, natural features, development and industrial resources of a great South American republic. 1914. I 11146 Roosevelt, T. Through the Brazilian wilderness, with illustrations from photographs by Kermit Roosevelt and other members of the expedition. 1914. I 11157 Todd, M. Peru, a land of contrasts. 1914. I 11147

Cuba, Porto Rico Verrill, A. H. Cuba past and present. 1914.

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Fraser, M. C., "Mrs. Hugh Fraser, and Fraser, H. C. Seven years on the Pacific slope. 1914.

I 4640 A narrative of life in the Methow Valley, Washington. Jackson, C. T. The fountain of youth. 1914. I 4458 Narrative of vacation experiences in the Gulf region of Louisiana southwest of New Orleans.

Murphy, T. D. On sunset highways; a book of motor rambles in California. 1915. I 4606 Pennell, Mrs. E. R. Our Philadelphia. 1914. I 4876 Rusmisel, L. C. Industrial-commercial geography of the United States. 1914. I 9958

Antarctic Regions Mawson, Sir D. The home of the blizzard; being the story of the Australasian Antarctic Expedition, 1911-1914.

2v.

3 folded maps in pocket of vol. 2.

Biography

Collected Biography

1915. I 9560

Gardiner, A. G. Pillars of society. 1914.

C 19547

Short character sketches of contemporary Brit ish celebrities, chiefly political. Webb, M. G. and Webb, E. L. Famous living Americans, with portraits. 1915.

A reference book for school use.

Genealogy, Heraldry

*R 590

De Forest, Mrs. E. J. A Walloon family in America; Lockwood de Forest and his forbears 1500-1848, together with A voyage to Guiana, being the Journal of Jesse de Forest and his colonists 1623-1625. 1914. 2v. C 20221

Hill, J. W., comp. Blin; a short genealogy of one line of the Blin family, descended from Peter Blin, the settler of Wethersfield, Connecticut, with a few notes on the Tibbits family. 1914. C 20290 Hope, W. H. St. J. A grammar of English heraldry. 1913. A 5996

(The Cambridge manuals of science and literature). Stone, Mrs. J. B. P. and Powell, W. O., comp. Ogden-Preston genealogy. The ancestors and descendants of Captain Benjamin Stratton Ogden and his wife Nancy (Preston) Ogden. 1914.

Individual Biography

C 20441

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(The St. Nicholas series). Cicero, Marcus Tullius. Cicero of Arpinum; a political and literary biography, being a contribution to the history of ancient civilization and a guide to the study of Cicero's writings, by E. G. Sihler. 1914. C 21250

Constantine, the Great, emperor of Rome. Constantine the Great and Christianity; three phases: the historical, the legendary and the spurious, by Christopher Bush Coleman. 1914. L 6589, 60i (Studies in history, economics and public law, ed. by the Faculty of political science of Columbia University).

Fawcett, H. A beacon for the blind, being a life of Henry Fawcett, the blind postmaster-general, by Winifred Holt.

1914. C 21873 French, Sir J. D. P. Sir John French, an authentic biography, by Cecil Chisholm. 1915. C 21979 Gallatin, J. A great peace maker; the diary of James Gallatin, secretary to Albert Gallatin, 1813-1827. 1914. C 22041 George I, king of Greece. King George of Greece, by Captain Walter Christmas. C 22076 Hale, N. Nathan Hale, 1776; biography and memorials, by Henry Phelps Johnston. Rev. and enl. ed. 1914. C 18082b La Salle, J. B. de (St.). The Blessed de La Salle, founder of the Brothers of the Christian Schools (Christian Brothers); his life, his pedagogical principles, his method, his mode of teaching, and his schools, by a well-known director of a normal school. 190? C 22870

1914.

Lincoln, A. Our martyr president; Abraham Lincoln. Lincoln memorial addresses. 1915. C 22974

Contents: Addresses and sermons, by H. W.

Civil

1857, introd. by Charles Francis Adams.-v. 5. State rights [1798-1861], and slavery [1858-1861], introd. by Ethelbert D. Warfield.-v. 6. The civil war, introd. by Henry Watterson.-v. 7-8. rights: pt. 1, introd. by Woodrow Wilson; pt. 2, introd. by Walter Hines Page.-v. 9. Departments of government, introd. by William Howard Taft. -V. 10-11. Economic and social questions: pt. 1, introd. by Arthur Twining Hadley; pt. 2, introd. by Charles R. Van Hise.-v. 12. Revenue: tariff and taxation, introd. by Ida M. Tarbell.-v. 13-14. Finance: pt. 1, Theodore E. Burton; pt. 2, introd. by Irving introd. by Fisher.

Collections, Anthologies

Goldmark, P. D. and Hopkins, M., comp.
The gypsy trail; an anthology for camp-
ers. 1914.
E 10452
Selections in English, French, German and Latin.
Lucas' annual, ed. by E. V. Lucas. 1914.
E 4345

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Tupper, F. and Tupper, J. W., ed. sentative English dramas from Dryden to Sheridan. 1914. E 12945

Contents: The conquest of Granada, by J. Dryden.-All for love, by J. Dryden.-Venice preserved, by T. Otway.-The way of the world, by W. Congreve.-The beaux' stratagem, by G. Farquhar. Cato, by J. Addison.-The conscious lovers, by R. Steele.-The beggar's opera, by J. Gay. -Tom Thumb the Great, by H. Fielding.-She stoops to conquer, by O. Goldsmith.-The rivals, by R. B. Sheridan.-The school for scandal, by R. B. Sheridan.

Wildenbruch, E. A. v. King Henry;_a drama in four acts with a prologue: Pt. 1 of Heinrich und Heinrich's Geschlecht. E 13005 no. 17, p. 12-145. February,

(In The drama. 1915).

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Kabir. Songs of Kabir, tr. by Rabindranath Tagore. 1915.

E 11121

"Based upon the Hindi text with Bengali translation of Mr. Kshiti Mohan Sen." Ledoux, L. V. The shadow of Ætna. 1914. E 11186 "Persephone, a masque," p. 1-28. Roland. The song of Roland, tr. into English verse by Leonard Bacon. 1914. E 10763

Travel and Description

Struthers, C. B. A diary around the world; 30 countries, 160 places, 37,460 miles, expense, $555. 1914. I 9893

France, Belgium Edwards, G. W. The forest of Arden. 1914. I 6859 Rice, W. G. Carillons of Belgium and Holland; tower music in the Low Countries. 1914. K 11945 Historical and descriptive account of the bell

towers.

Africa, Oceanica

Gordon, H. C. A woman in the Sahara.

1914.

I 8957 Stevenson, Mrs. F. V. de G. O. The cruise of the "Janet Nichol" among the South Sea Islands; a diary by Mrs. Robert Louis Stevenson. 1914. I 9357

Bruce, G. J.

1914.

South America Brazil and the Brazilians. I 11152 Maitland, F. J. G. Chile: its land and people; the history, natural features, development and industrial resources of a great South American republic. 1914. I 11146 Roosevelt, T. Through the Brazilian wilderness, with illustrations from photographs by Kermit Roosevelt and other members of the expedition. 1914. I 11157 Todd, M. Peru, a land of contrasts. 1914. I 11147

Cuba, Porto Rico Verrill, A. H. Cuba past and present. 1914.

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