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Drawing, An Introduction to Technical. Part II

(W. Ahhott), 789. Etching, The Art of (E. S. Lumsden), 434. Pictures, Some Notable (A. A. Sainsbury), 516. Roman Churches, Wanderings Through Ancient (R. Lanciani), 719,

ATLASES AND MAPS Atlas, The Chambers of Commerce (edited by G.

Philip and T. S. Sheldrake), 517. Atlas, w, and A. K. Johnston's, 339, 632. Atlas, Ward, Lock & Co's Favourite, 439. Atlas, Ward, Lock & Co's New, 439. Atlas of the British Empire, Historical and Modern

(C. G. Rohertson and J. G. Rartholomew), 250. Atlas of the World, Pitman's Commercial, 439. Atlases, Philips' Comparative Series of Wall, 339 Calendar, Philips' British Empire, 1925, 339. Geography of the Ancient World, The, 632. Map of the British Empire, The Navy league 792. Map of the World, Bacoo's Contour School, 339. Map Projections, A Concise Guide to (G. V. Gordon

and F. Evans), 792. Maps (W. and A. K. Johnston), 342.

BIOGRAPHY Bacon, Francis (1561-1626), (Dr. I. Levine), 621. Ben Jonson (C. H. Herford and P. Simpson), 788. Burney, Fanny (Prof. E. Morley), 543. Butler, H. M.: A Memoir (J. R. M. Butler), 853. Biltler, Samuel (C. E. M. Joad), 57. Canning, The New Policy of, 1822–7 (H. Temperley),

581. Cary, John (Sir H. G. Fordham), 722. Castlereagh, The Foreign Policy of, 1815-22 (Prof.

C. K. Wchster), 247. Chadwick, Sir Edwin (1800--90) (M. Marston), 434. Charters, David, 260. Chesterton, Gilbert Keith (P. Braybrooke), 57. Dicey, Memorials of A. V. (hy R. S. Rait), 431. Dickens, Charles, and Other Victorians (Sir A.

Quiller-Couch), 435. Disraeli and Gladstone (D. C. Somervell), 754. Galton, The Life, Letters, and Labours of Francis

(Prof. K. Pearson), 57. Gray, Letters of Thomas (J. Beresford), 790. Gresham, Sir Thomas (F. R. Salter), 789. Harvey, Williain (1578-1657) (R. B. H. Wyatt), 433. Horace (Prof. A. Y. Campbell), 247. Howson of Holt (J. H. Simpson), 624. In the House of My Pilgrimage (L. M. Faithful), 58. Johnson, LL.D., Anecdotes of the late Samuel (H. L.

Piozzi, edited by S. C. Roberts), 435. Keats, John (A. Lowell), 335. Lady Margaret (E. M. G. Routh), 337. Lamb, Selected Letters of Charles (edited by G. T.

Clapton), 791. Let, Robert E. (Major-General Sir F.Maurice), 624. Léonard, Nicholas Gerain (Dr. W. M. Kerby!, 436. Lister, Lord (1827-1912) (Dr. C. Dukes), 433. More, Sir Thomas (1478-1538) (G. R. Potler), 789. Napier, Sir C. (Dr. T. R. Holmes), 621. Napoleon: An Outline (C. R. Ballard), 250 ; The

First (E. of Kerry), 851.
Newman, Cardinal (B. Newman), 337.
Paine, Thomas (1737-1809) (F. J. Gourd), 337.
Pepys, A School Edition of the Diary of Samuel

(edited by C. J. Hall), 256.
Pitt, Life of William (J. H. Rise), 857.
Shackleton, Sir E.., C.V.O., &c. (II. R. Mill), 58.
Watt, James (1736-1819) (T. H. Marshall), 516.
Women, Pioneer (M. E. Tabor), 624.

Aeschylean Tragedy (Prof. H. W. Smyth), 249.
Books named in lists, 249, 434, 516, 586, 789.
Caesar in Britain (edited by Dr. W. D. Lowe), 789.
Camilla : A Latin Reading Book (M. Reed), 624.
Cicero, Selections (edited by Dr. W. D. Lowe), 789.
Collectania Alexandrina (I. V. Powell), 852.
Fall of Troy, The (edited by Dr. W. D. Lowe), 789.
Greece, Authors of (Rev. T. W. Lamh), 60.
Greece, Social Life in (Y. P. Mahaffy), 853.
Greece, The Pageant of (R. W. Livingstone), 624.
Greece, The Writers of (Prof. G. Norwood), 624.
Greece and Rome, Our Debt to; Architecture

(Prof. A. M. Brooks), 434 ; Mythology (D. J. E. Harrison), 434; Stoicism and its influence

(Prof. R. M. Wenley), 431. Greek-English Lexicon, A. Part I (compiled by

Dr. H. G. Liddell and Dr. R. Scott), 621. Greek Prose Composition, with Digest of Greek

Idioms, Theory of Advanced. Part III (J.

Donovan), 249. Hannibal, Scenes from the Life of (edited by

Dr. W. D. Lowe), 789. Homer's Odyssey (H. B. Cotterill), 60. Juvenal's Tenth Satire and Johnson's The Vanity of

Human Wishes (E, H. Blakeney), 516. Latin, An Anthology of Medieval (S. Gaseler), 516. Latin, Unprepared (edited by E. C. Marchant), 624. Latin on the Direct Method (W. H. D. Rouse and

R. B. Appleton), 788. Latin Poetry, A Book of (chosen by E. V. Rieu), 624. Latin Poets, A Few Words on Verse Translation froin

(W. E. Heitland), 621. Latin Prose Composition (J. A. Nairn), 853. Latina, Lingua. Primus Annus (W. L. Paine and

C. L. Mainwaring), 789. Lucian, Certain Select Dialogues of (F. Hickes), 516. M. Tulli Ciceronis. De Finibus Bonorum et Malorum

(edited by Prof. J. S. Reid), 624, 853.

(vid, Selections from (Dr. W. D. Lowe), 789. Petronius, The Cena Trimalchionis of (&c.) (edited

by W. B. Sedgwick), 516. Pliny's Letters, Anecdotes from (edited by Dr. W. D.

Lowel, 789. Rome, A Literary History of (Prof. J. W'. Duff), 515. Rome, Authors of (Dr. J. A. Nairn), 60. Sappho and Her Infuence (D. M. Robinson), 566. Tales of Great Generals (Dr. W. D. Iowe), 789. Tales of the Civil War Caesar's)(Dr.W.D. Lowe!,789. Theocritus, The Idylls of (R. C. Trevelyan), 621,

ECONOMICS Commerce for Beginners, The Elements of (M®

Clark), 566. Economics, Everyone's (Dr. R. Jones), 517. Economics of Social Problems (H. A. Silverman), 856. Labour and Profits (B. Cable), 517. Mercantile Law, Stevens' (H. Jacobs), 517. Political Economiy, Palgrave's Dictionary of (edited

by H. Higgs), 517. Population (A. M. Carr-Saunders), 517. Problems in Home Economics Teaching (I. F.

Bowman), 856. Unemployment (J.L. F. Vogel), 856. Usury, A Discourse upon (1572) (T. Wilson), 517, 566.

EDUCATION A Pedagogue's Commonplace Book (E. Rowland),834. Adolescent, Open Channels for the (T. J. Leonhardt),

518. Adult School Movement, The (G. C. Martin), 438. Auto-Education Guides. III (Dr. J. White), 720. Bedford School. A History of late J. Sargeaunt), 438. Books named in lists, 60, 249, 337, 439, 518, 720. Child, Consider the (M. Eaton), 851. Cinema in Education, The (Sir J. Marchant), 438. Education. An Essay Towards a Philosophy of

(C. M. Mason), 337. Education, Beginning the Child's (E. F. Lynch), 518. Education, Imperial Studies in (edited by E. C.

Martin), 337. Education, Social Problems and (E. R. Groves), 854. Education, The Foundations of. Vol. I (Prof. J. J.

Findlay), 719. Education, The Johns Hopkins University Studies in.

No. 8. (Dr. E. E. Franklin), 518. Education, The Purpose of (St. G, L. F. Pitt), 60. Education, Visual (F N. Freeman and others), 60. Education and Life (edited by J. A. Dale), 337. Education by Life (edited by H. B. Smith), 720. Education in East Africa (Dr. T. J. Jones), 518. Education in Canada (F. B. Low), 854. Education since 1789, Nationalism and (Prof. E. H.

Reisner), 438. Educational Advancenient Abroad (F. J. C. Hearn

shaw), 854. Educational Year Book of the International Institute

of Teachers' College, Columbia University, 1924

(edited by Prof. I. L. Kandel), 720. Juveniles, The Employment and Welfare of (0. B.

King), 518. Junior High School Curricula (Prof. H.C. Hines), 249, Junior High School Life (E. V. Thomas-Tindal and

J. D. Myers), 249. Language Training: Learning to Read (A. F.

Mackenzie), 790. Method, Foundations of (W. H. Kilpatrick), 854. School and Home (A. Patri), 854. School, The Changing (Dr. P. B. Ballard), 518. Schools, A Book about: Schoolboys, Schoolmasters,

and School Books (A. R. H. Moncrieff), 518. Teaching of English "Series (Sir H. Newbolt), 518. The Platoon School (Dr. C. I,. Spain), 240.

ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE A Paladin of Philanthropy (A. Dobson), 790. Andersen, The Story of Hans (E. H. Moorhouse), 173. Animal Geography (W. P. Pycraft), 103. Arthur Mee's Talks to Boys, and Talks to Girls, 790. Australasia and New Zealand (B. C. Wallis), 103. Carlyle, The Best of (selected by T. 0. Glencross), 101. Carlyle's Essay on Sir Walter Scott (A. Smith), 436. Composition based on the Study of English Masters

of style, A New Course of (A. Cruse), 721. Copy, 1924 (Columbia University), 855. Criticism, Principles of Literary (1. A. Richards), 173. David Copperfield the Younger (C. Dickens), 564. Dryden, John (edited by Mr. St. L. Strachey), 790. Elocution and Gesture (A. Hasluck), 790. England's Green and Pleasant Land, 855. English, A History of Modern Colloquial (H. C.

Wyld), 435. English, Modern (Dr. J. H. Jagger), 721. English, The Modern Handbook of. Part I (Prof.

H. D. de Gourville), 563. English, Use and Abuse of (R. Masson), 101. English Authors, Hours with (edited by Prof. E. T.

Campagnac), 256, 563. English Essays (edited by E. D'Oyley), 563. English Grammar, An Elementary Historical New

(Prof. J. and E. M. Wright), 60. English Grammar and Composition, A Junior Course

of. Part I (L. Marsh and J. N. Goodman), 721. English in America, Fuphon (M. E. De Witt), 563. English in England, The Teaching of (report), 260. English in Secondary Schools for Girls, The Teaching

of (G. H. Bracken), 256. Engilsh Literature, A Short History (E. Albert), 700. English Practice, A Higher Course of (R. B. Morgan

aud R. B. Latimer), 790.

English Prose and How to Write It (R. Blatchford),

790. English Studies, The Year's Work in. Vol. IV

(edited by Sir S. Lee and F. S. Boas), 338. English Synonyms, Illustrations of (M. A. Pink), 563. English Through Actions (H. E. Palmer and D.

Palmer), 563. Essays, Goldsmith's (selected by A. H. Sleight), 790. Essays, Macaulay's Historical and Literary, 790. Essays, Zigzags in France, etc. (E. V. Lucas), 790. Essays and Studies by Menibers of the English

Association. Vol. X (E. K. Chambers), 172. Essays by Divers Hands (J. Drinkwater). 855. Fairy Tales from Grimm (edited by S. E. Wiltse), 338. Faustus, The History of (edited by Dr. W. Rose), 790. Folklore Studies : Ancient and Modern (Prof. W'. R.

Halliday), 100. French History, Heroes of (L. Creighton), 623. Grammar of Function, The Junior Outline (E. M.

Palser and R. T. Lewis), 564. Gulliver's Travels. I and II (J. Swift), 564. Hazlitt, The Best of (Compiled by P. P. Howe), 101. Hazlitt, William (A. J. Wyatt), 855. Il Novellino: The Hundred Old Tales (E. Storer),

797. Impressions and Comments (H. Ellis), 101. In the Land of Youth (J. Stephens), 100. Leaves from the Golden Bough (Lady Frazer), 100. Literature, Modern Russian (D. S. Mirsky), 563. Literature, The Craft of (W. E. Williams), 564. Literature, The Way of (edited by Prof. E. de

Selincourt), 172. Literary Study, The Art of (H. B. Charlton), 435. Love Among the Artists (B. Shaw), 172. My Tower in Desmond (S. R. Lysaght), 790. Mystery of Edwin Drood, The (C. Dickens), 790. Off to the Sea, 436. Old English Grammar (Prof. J. Wright and E. M.

Wright), 563. Our Sussex Parish (T. Geering), 435. Pictures from Italy (C. Dickens), 790. Plays from Old Stories, New, 564. Précis Book, A First (C. N. Pocock), 436. Précis.Writing, A Systematic Course (J. Compton),

564. Précis Writing, Selected Passages for (T. E. J. Brad

shaw and G. G. Phillips), 256. Précis-Writing on Historical, Social, Literary, and

other Subjects, A Compendium of (F. E. Robe

son), 564. Prose. The Principles of English (G. L. Tarpley), 721. Prose, The Way of (J. Drinkwater), 173. Reader and Guide for New Americans. Books I

and II (A. W. Castle), 256. Readers, The Sunshine First and Second Infant

Primers, 564. Romanticism, A History of Modern English. Vol. I

(Dr. H. G. de Maar), 172. Sea, The Lure of the (selected by F. H. Lee), 790. Sentences and Thinking (Profs. N. Foerster and J. M.

Steadman), 338. Sesame and Lilies (J. Ruskin), 623. Shakespeare, A Preface to (G. H. Cowling), 435, 515. Shakespeare Plays and Poems, Notes on the Author

ship of the (Dr. B. E. Lawrence), 564. Short Stories of To-day (J. W. Marriott), 102. Socialist, An Unsocial (B. Shaw), 172. Speaking, Purposive (Prof. R. West), 256. Speech-Training for Scottish Students (W. Grant and

E. Robson), 855. Talks with Shepherds (W. Johnson), 790. Tennyson : Select Poems (edited by S. G. Dunn), 102. The Book of the Happy Warrior (H. Newboit), 721. The Golden Quill (F. 0. Mann), 102. The Irrational Knot (B. Shaw), 172. The Little World (S. Benson), 790. The Mouse Story (translated from the Danish of

K. H. With), 173. The Noblest Frailty (M. Sadleir), 435. The Old Curiosity Shop (C. Dickens), 790. The Old Ladies (H. Walpole), 60. The Recollections of Geoffry Hamlyn (H. Kingsley,

“ The Stones of Venice," (J. Ruskin), 721.
The Tree of Knowledge (Dr. E. E. Bradford), 102.
The Victors (P. Deane), 563.
The Water Babies (C. Kingsley), 565.
The Wind in the Willows (K. Grahame), 564.
The World's Library of Best Books (W.Whitten), 172.
Tour in Ireland, A. (C. Maxwell), 855.
Voyages of Sir Francis Drake and Sir Humfrey

Gilbert (R. Hakluyt), 623.
Westward Ho! (C. Kingsley), 564.
What Toby Saw in Australia (E. L. Elias), 436.
Words and Idioms (L. P. Smith), 564.

GEOGRAPHY Africa and Her Peoples (F. D. Walker), 64. America, North (Prof. J. R. Smith), 566. America, South (compiled by W. J. Glover), 632. Asia (J. Thomas), 439. British Empire, The : A Study in Colonial Geography

(Prof. A. Demangeon), 792. Business Geography, Modern (E. Huntingdon and

S. W. Cushing), 722. Commercial Reader, Pitman's Junior. Our Food

Supplies (F. W. Chambers), 439.
Continents and Oceans, The Origin of (Prof. A.

Wegener), 339.
Eugland at Work and Play, 439.
Eurasia (B. C. Adams), 139.

European Literature in the Nineteenth Century (B.

Croce), 56. Exploration, Adventures of. Books I-III (Sir J. S.

Kettie and S. C. Gilmour), 632. Far East, The : China and Japan (W. J. Glover),

439. From Pole to Pole (Prof. L. W. Lyde and E. M.

Butterworth), 632. Geographies, Dent's Historical and Economic

(Dr. H. Piggott and R. J. Finch), 439. Geography, A Progressive. (C. B. Thurston),

517, 632. Geography. Book II (R. E. Party), 792. Geography Commercial (A. L. Curr), 517; (A. & C.

Black, The Reviewer) (C.), 554. Geography, First Lessons in (P. A. Knowlton), 339. Geography, Individual Work in Empire (W. S.

Birkett), 439. Geography, Local (C. G. Beasley), 339. Geography, Nelson's Intermediate. Vol. II (J. H.

Birrell), 439. Geography, Readable Physical (J. A. O. Muirhead),

339. Geography : The Scientific Study of Human Settle

ment. Book I (R. E. Parry), 439. Geography and History, The Relations of (the late

H. B. George), 339. Geography and History Meet, Where (W.L. Bunting),

439. Geography and Travel, Stanford's Compendium of

Europe (edited by B. C. Wallis), 64. Geography for Little Children, A Picture. Part I.

Asia (Bryher), 517. Geography Exercise Books, Kingsway Series, 857. Geography Makers, Real Stories of the (J. T. Faris),

617. Geography of Commerce, The (W. P. Rutter), 792. Geography of Common Things, (H. C. Barnard), 517. Geography of England and Wales (Historical) (E.H.

Carrier), 792 Geography of Europe, An Economic (D. H. Smith),

366. Geography of the World, A School (Prof. L. W.

Lyde), 439. Geography Practice, Nelson's. · Parts 1 and V

(edited by Dr. J. Gunn), 103, 439. Geography, Through Map-Reading, 722. How we are Clothed (J. F. Chamberlain), 339. How we are Fed (J. F. Chamberlain), 339. Industries of the World, The (R. E. T. Ridout), 439. London, Introducing (E. V. Lucas), 722. London, Rambles in Greater (W. Jerrold), 632. Madeira (A. Lethbridge), 339. Nelson's Geography Practice (Dr. J. Gunn), 857. New Zealand and the Isles of the Pacific (compiled

by W. J. Glover), 439. Oxford and District, de to, 439. Paris, Old-Time (Dr. G. F. Edwards), 566. Peoples and Places. Book IV (G. Guest), 339, Posi-War Britain (A. Siegfried), 64. Primitive Labour L. H. D. Buxton), 339. Scottish Homeland, The (R. M. Munro), 64. Sea Traders, The (A. Hurd), 439. Silchester, The Book of (J. Thomson), 336. Some Aspects of Imperial Communications (Major

A. V. T. Wakely), 339. South Africa (W. J. Glover), 64. The Keener Sight: Talks and Exercises on Deduc.

tional Geography (J. R. Crossland), 632. The Surface of the Earth (H. Pickles), 792. Traders in East and West (F. L. Bowman and E. J.

Roper), 64. Wales : An Economic Geography (L. B. Cundall and T. Landman), 722.

HISTORY American History, Factors in (A. F. Pollard), 726. Armour and Weapons in the Middle Ages (C. H.

Ashdown), 857. Are Age, The (J. D. Kendrick), 857. Bibliography of Naval History (G. Callender), 218. Britain, Everyday Life in Roman (M. and C. H. B.

Quennell), 340. Britain, The Last Age of Roman (e. Foord), 792. Britain in the Modern World ( C. J. B. Gaskoin), 519. British Commonwealth and its Unsolved Problems,

The (C. M. MacInnes), 519. British History, Black's Picture Stories of (Uncle

Robert), 519. Czechoslovakia (edited by Prof. J. Gruber), 519. Diplomatic Relations of Great Britain and U.S.A.

(R. B. Moway), 857. England, Prejudice and Promise in Fifteenth Cen

tury (C. L. Kingsford), 567. England under the Early Tudors (1485-1529) (C. H.

Williams), 567. English-Speaking Nations, The (G. W. Morris and

L. S. Wood), 250. Europe, The Expansion of (1415–1799) (Prof. W. C.

Abbott), 567. Europe in the Seventeenth Century (D. Ogg), 340. Europe Overseas (J. A. Williamson), 519. European History, Notes on (W. Edwards), 250. France, Life in Medieval (J. Evans), 726. Greek Commonwealth, The (A. Zimmern), 250. Greek Historians, Readings from the. Vols. I-III

(R. Mackie and others), 250. Histoire Politique de l'Europe Contemporaine.

Tome I (Prof. Ch. Seignobos), 104. Historians, The Great (K. Bell and G. Morgan), 250. History, A Brief Survey of English Constitutional

(D. G. E. Hall), 851.

MISCELLANEOUS Argonauts, The Voyage of the (J. R. Bacon), 433. Child Care and Protection, The International Year

Book of, 634. Dance, The (M. N. H'Doubler), 572. Directory of Women Teachers, The, 572. Gambling and Betting (Dr. R. H. Charles), 844. Gardening, The New Book of, 246. Gift Books for Children, 58, 830. Golf Links, The Professor on the (C. W. Bailey), 705. Greek Athletics (F. A. Wright), 344. Gymnastics, Priinary (N. Bukh), 572. How to Own and Equip a House (R. A. Bateman),

795. Income Tax Simplified (A. Fieldhouse and E. E.

Fieldhouse), 795. League Neu's (League of Nations Union), 634. Other Publications, 68, 251, 344, 442, 634, 730. Pitman's Commercial Library, 768. Safety First for School and Home (H. E. Beard), 344. Shorthand Exercises, The Student's Complete Phono

graphic (A. and E. E. Fieldhouse), 793. Stay Young (R. L. Goldman), 795. Travel Diary of a Philosopher (H. Keyserling), 662 Welfare Work in Industry (E. T. Kelly), 572.

MODERN LANGUAGES A Travers le Sahara en Ballon (J. Verne), 626. Anthology of the Modernista Movement in Spanish

America, An (edited by Prof. A. Coester), 174. Bombonnel, le Tueur de Panthères, 626. Causeries Caran D'Ache (W. H. Anstie), 524. Cervantes. La Gitanilla (Prof. E. A. Peers), 251. Chancel, J.: Le Pari d'un Lycéen (G. Wenger), 524. Cinq Semaines en Aéroplane (par. H. de Gorsse), 626. Cinq Semaines en Ballon (J. Verne), 626. Contigo Pan Y Cebolla

: Comedia en Cuatro Actos (D. M. E. de Gorostiza), 251. Dutch, A Grammar of Modern (E. Kruisinga), 438. Einführung in die Deutsche Literatur (Dr. M.

Schenker und Dr. O. Hassler), 342. Français Classique, Le (Prof. G. Cayrou), 102. France, Au Pays de (Mme and G. H. Camerlynck),

342. French. Dale Chart of Literature and History

(P. L. Rawes), 102. French, Further Steps in (W. Ripman), 566. French, Further Translation from and into (E. C.

Bearman), 566. French, The "Certificate" Free Composition in

(E. G. Le Grand), 251. French-English and English-French Dictionary of

Technical Terms (J. 0. Kettridge), 524. French Composition (M. Moraud), 251. French Correspondence, A Handbook of (J. Chéron

and Prof. E. M. Schenck); 342. French Grammar (H. E. Berthon), 342. French Grammar, A (M. Kennedy), 724. French, Grammar, Commonsense (W. H. King), 342. French Idioms and Proverbs (De v. Payen-Payne),

174. French Poems of To-day: An Anthology (compiled

by De V. Payen-Payne and I. H. Clarke), 174. French Reader, A Simplified (J. M. Moore), 64. French Reader, Easiest (M. Ceppi), 174. French Short Stories (T. B. Rudmose-Brown), 566. German. Dale Chart of Literature and History (J. S.

Heber), 102. German Authors, Passages from (E. K. Bennett), 862. German Composition from German Models (J. P.

Ivens), 626. German Course for Science Students, A (J. Bithell

and Dr. A. C. Dunstan), 342. German Poetry Book (compiled by A. W. Bain), 102. German Translation and Composition (A. Picton),

626. Italian Reader, Beginners' (L. A. Wilkins and C. D.

Santelli), 862. La Büche (A. France), 724. La Cena de Baltasar (Calderon), 174. La Fayette, Mme de La Princesse de Clèves (edited

by Prof. H. Ashton), 724. La Gitanilla : from Cervantes' "Novelas Ejem.

plares "(R. M. Macandrew), 174. La Petite Ville (par L. B. Picard), 626. Lamps New and old (French Unseens for Matricula

tion, &c.) (compiled by B. M. N. Perkins), 794. Language Teaching, Modernism in (H.E. Moore), 488. Larousse Illustré, Nouveau Petit (C. Augé), 342. Le Chien Retrouvé (V. Partington), 862. Le Nez d'un Notaire (E. About), 862. Lesebuch zur Einführung in die deutsche Literatur

(Dr. M. Schenker and Dr. O. Hassler), 342. Molière. Les Précieuses Ridicules (H. Ashton), 626. Pas à Pas (R. A. Spencer), 524. Pathelin et Autres Pièces (Prof. M. Dondo), 64. Poésies du xixe siècle, Choix de (A. Wiel), 842. Poesias Originales (L. de Leon), 174. Spanish Dictionary, Marlborough's (A. J. R. V.

Garcia), 794. Spanish Poetry Book for School and Home, A

(compiled by Prof. E. A. Peers), 103. Un Verano en España: A Spanish Reader (R. B.

Weems), 794. Voltaire: Selections, with Appreciations by Pope,

Goldsmith, Carlyle, and Taine (A. Digeon and e. Fannière), 794.

History, Modern (I.. C. Smith), 726.
History, Movements in European (D. H. Lawrence),

History, Recent American (Prof. L. B. Shippee), 519.
History for British Schools, A (D. C. Somervell), 726.
History for British Schools, An Outline of (D. C.

Somervell), 726.
History in Picture and Story, World. Book I.

Prehistoric Times (J. Higginbottom), 519.
History Notes, English (W. J. R. Gibbs), 857.
History of Civilization, A Brief (J. S. Hoyland), 340.
History of English Life and Labour, A Short (E.

Hope), 340.
History of Gaelic Ireland (Dr. P. W. Joyce), 340.
History of Great Britain, Mowat's Graphic, 726.
History of India, A Sketch of the (H. Dodwell), 567.
History of Ireland, A Short (C. Maxwell), 567.
History of Mankind, A Short (H. G. Wells), 519.
History of the American People, The (C. A. Beard

and W. C. Bagley), 519.
India, The Making of (A. Y. Ali), 857.
Language: A Linguistic Introduction to History

(Prof. J. Vendryes), 335. Laws of the Kings of England from Edmund to

Henry I (edited by A. J. Robertson), 726.
London Life in the Eighteenth Century (M. D.

George), 519.
Lorenzo the Magnificent, In the Days of (A. G.

Andrews), 60.
Modern Times (Prof. J. H. Robinson), 567.
Naval Side of British History, The (Prof. G. Cal.

lender), 57, 219.
Normans and Plantagenets, A.D. 1066-1485, The (J.

Ewing), 519.
Oxford, A History of the University of, Vols I and

II (C. E. Mallet), 100.
Piracy in the Ancient World (H. A. Ormerod), 64.
Roman Empire, Selections from Gibbon's Decline and

Fall of the (H. G. Rawlinson and W. N. V.

Dunlop), 726.
Roman Fate, Iterum or a Further Discussion of the

(W. E. Heitland), 567.
Rome, Eternal (Prof. G. Showerman), 171.
Sidelights on the Thirty Years' War (H. G. R.

Reade), 433.
Social and Industrial Change, The Main Currents of,

1870-1924 (T. G. Williams). 567.
Social and Political Ideas of Some Great Thinkers of

the Renaissance and the Reformation (edited by

Prof. F. J. C. Hearnshaw), 792.
The Conquests of Ceawlin (Major P. T. Godsal), 104.
The Story of Human Progress (L. C. Marshall), 726.
Travel in England in the Seventeenth Century (J.

Parkes), 719
Tudor Economic Documents. Vol. III (edited by

R. H. Tawney and Dr. E. Power , 103.
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Bach's Church Cantata No. 14, &c. (W. G. Whit-

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Arithmetic, An Elementary Puzzle (G. C. Barnard),

Arithmetic, Primer (F. M. Marzials and N. K. Barber),

Arithmetic, Puzzle Papers in (F. C. Boon), 793.
Arithmetic, Test Papers in (A, E. Donkin), 626.
Arithmetic for Commercial Schools, Rational (H. W.

Houghton), 856.
Calculations, Rapid (A. H. Russell), 856.
Calculus of Variations (Prof. G. A. Bliss), 724.
Geometry, A Modern School (A. Macgregor), 520.
Geometry, A Shorter (W.G. Borchardt and Rev.A.D.

Perrott), 626.
Geometry, Analytic (Profs. A. M. Harding and G. W.

Mullins), 340.
Geometry, Elementary (C. V. Durell), 626.
Geometry, Principles of (H. F. Baker), 793.
Geometry for Beginners as far as the Theorem of

Pythagoras (J. G. Bradshaw), 793.
Geometry for Schools, A New Sequence. Part IV.

Solid Geometry (J. Gray and F. J. Smith), 520.
Geometry of Conic Sections and Elementary Solid

Figures, Analytical (Dr. A. B. Grieve), 724.
Household Costing : An Arithmetic for Girls (E. M.

Clothier), 520.
Mathematica, Principia. Vol. I (Prof. A. N. White.

head and B. Russell), 787.
Mathematical Theory of Limits, Elements of the

(Dr. J. G. Leathem), 340.
Mathematics, Engiveering (R. W. M. Gibbs), 340.
Mathematics, History of (D. E. Smith), 622.
Mathematics (Analysis) Intermediate (T. S. Usher.

wood and C. J. A. Trimble), 721.
Mathematics, Junior (F. M. Saxelby), 520.
Mathematics, Miscellaneous Exercises in School

(H. E. Piggott and D. F. Ferguson), 520. Mathematics and Drawing, Practical (J. L. Wood),

Mathematics for Technical Students (E. R. Verity),

Mechanics, A School (C. V. Durell), 856.
Mechanics, Examples in (F. W. Harvey), 340.
Mechanics, Outlines of (A. H. E. Norris), 620.
Mechanics and Applied Mathematics. Part I (W.D.

Hills), 724,
Scientific Papers (late Prof. S. B. McLaren), 520.
Statics (Prof. H. Lamb), 103.
Statistics, The Fundamentals of (Prof. L. L. Thur.

stone), 626.
Thermo-dynamics, Principles of (G. Birtwistle), 520.
Trigonometry, A First (W. G. Borchardt and Rev.

A. D. Perrott), 520.

Composers, Story-Lives of Great. Vol. I (E. M. G.

Reed), 440. Gramophone Record (P. A. Scholes), 858. Harmony and Counterpoint, Foundations of Prac

tical (R. O. Morris), 858. Latin Lyrics (W. McArthur), 851. Music, A Survey of Contemporary (C. Gray),

175. Music, The Appreciation of by Means of the Pianola

(P. A. Scholes), 858. Music, The Listener's History of. Vol. I (P. A.

Scholes), 440. Music, The Manchester Handbook of, 148. Music and Boyhood (Dr. T. Wood), 440. Music and its Makers (J. Weakley), 858. Reminiscences of a Fiddle Dealer, (D. Laurie), 440.

Conduct of Life, The (B. Croce), 720.
Mind and Matter (C. E. M. Joad), 854.
Moral Bankruptcy, Towards (P. Bureau), 565.
Philosophy before and after Rousseau, Studies in the

History of (Prof. C. E. Vaughan), 622.
Psyche (E. Rohde), 854.
Science and Religion (Prof. J. A. Thomson), 565.
The Cruise of the Nona (H. Belloc), 565.
The Isles of Wisdom (A. Mozykowski), 337.

Action Poems and Plays for Children (N. A. Smith),

62. Anthology, A Sixteenth-Century (A. Symons), 722. Arnold's Poetry, Selections from Matthew (edited by

R. E. C. Houghton), 101. Ballads (selected by F. Sidgwick), 564. Books named in lists, 60, 62, 102, 173, 256, 338, 437,

565, 623, 722, 791. By Rule of Thumb (C. W. Emlyn), 791. Cambridge Book of Prose and Verse in Illustration

of English Literature, The (G. Sampson), 172. Cerdd Dafod (Gan. J. Morris-Jones), 437. Chaucer, The tical Works of Geoffrey. Vol. III.

The Canterbury Tales (Prof. Skeat), 563. Coleridge: Poetry and Prose (H. W. Garrod), 721. Cowper, William (edited by Mr. J. Bailey), 790. Dobson, Austin : Selected Poems, 436. Drama, A History of Early Eighteenth-Century,

1700-50 (Prof. A. Nicoll), 248. Dramas, Chief Pre-Shakespearean (J. Q. Adams), 623. Dramatic Illustrations of Passages from the Second

Part of the Pilgrim's Progress (arranged by

Mrs. G. MacDonald), 338. Dryden: Poetry and Prose (D, N. Smith), 564. Elizabeth in Toyland (M. Collett), 722. Greenleaf Theatre Elements (C. Smedley), 338. Hamlet, The Tragedy of (W. Shakespeare), 791. Historical Songs and Ballads (D. M. Stuart), 722. Keats (edited by A. Noyes), 791 : S. S. Sopwith), 623. King John (A. D. Innes), 563. Masques, English, 436. Milton. Paradise Regained (L. C. Martin), 722. Open Sesame (J. Compton), 722.

Othello," the Tragedy of Italy (L. Winstanley), 60. Plays for Young Performers, More (S. C. Woodhouse),

791. Plays in Rhyme for Little Ones (M. L. Darvell and

G. M. Tuffley), 564. Poems, Collected (J. Rhoades), 435. Poems, New (J. Sharp), 855. Poems, 100 Second Best (C. L. Hind), 856. Poems, The Shepherd of Eternity and Other (E.

Gore-Booth), 564. Poems Graded for Use in Schools, A Book of.

Part II (Dr. J. H. Jagger), 102. Poems of 1924, The Best (selected by T. Moult), 435. Poetry, 620. Poetry, The Bond of (J. J. Stable), 62. Poetry, William Morris and his (B. I. Evans), 564. Poetry Book, An Eton (edited by C. Alington and

G. Lyttelton), 436. Pope. The Iliad of Homer (F. H. Colson), 790. Rythm ? What is (Prof. E. A. Sonnenschein), 730. Shakespeare, The Companion (edited by Prof. J. A.

Green and Kenneth Bell), 624. Shakespeare, The Dramatic Works of William.

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Crump), 563 ; Sonnets, 856. Songs of Innocence and Experience (W. Blake), 623. Spenser, Edmund : An Essay on Renaissance Poetry

(Prof. W. L. Renwick), 563. Stage-Book, The Bankside (H. W. Whanslaw), 102. Tennyson (edited by A. Noyes), 722. The Glen is Mine and the Lifting (J. Brandane), 791. The Golden Treasury of Modern Lyrics (I.. Binyon),

62. The Little White Gate (F. Hoatson), 722. The Mirror of Venus (F. A. Wright), 721. The Parish Priest and a Scotch Fish-wife's Story (R.

Mundy), 338. The Ring of Words. Book III (R. Moorhouse), 172. The Show : A Drama in Three Acts (J. Galsworthy),

791. Theatre Arts Monthly, 89. Tragedy of King Richard III, The (with Introduc

tion, &c., by A. D. Inues), 563. Under the Cedar (E.S. Earl), 102. Verses, A Book of Modern (J. C. Smith), 791. Verse, A Girl's Book of (M. Lyttelton), 855. Verse, A Medley of Occasional : Grave and Gay

(C. Swynnerton), 563. Verse, A Somerset Antliology of Modern, 1924

(edited by S. F. Wright), 564.

Verse, Narrative (E. Albert), 436.
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Verse-Writing for Beginners (J. Curlewis), 436.
Who Took It ? (A. S. Prosser), 791.
Wordsworth (edited by A. Noyes), 623.

Character, Formative Factors in (H. Martin), 794.
Childhood's Fears (G. F. Morton), 568.
Children, Three Problem, 794.
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Colour-Blindness (Dr. M. Collins), 568.
Delinquent, The Young (Prof. C. Burt), 788.
Education as the Psychologist sees It (Prof. W. B.

Pillsbury), 794 Intelligence Tests : Methods and Results (Prof. R.

Pintner) 252. Instinct, Intelligence, and Character : An Educa.

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Campbell and others), 521. Psychology, An Introduction to (Prof. H. A. Rey.

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Averill), 521. Psychology, Social (R. H. Thouless), 854. Psychology, The Fundamentals of (B. Dumville), 68. Psychology and Educational Measurement, Studies

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Budden and Rev. E. Hastings), 730. Bible Authology, A (edited by H. A. Treble and

G. H. Vallins), 522. Christendom. The Road to (H. T. Jacka, M.A.), 522. Christian Directory, Chapters from a (R. Baxter), 522. Christianity, The Truth of (W. H. Turton), 852. Christianity and Religious Education, Liberal

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Astrophysics, Modern (Prof. H. Dingle), 171.
Atom, The Story of the (W.F. F. Shearcroft), 562.
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Prof. W. A. Hagan), 793.
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Biology and Human Life (B. C. Gruenberg), 630.
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Birds, In Praise of (Dr. C. E. Raven), 628.
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Botany, A Text-book of General (W.H. Brown), 570.
Botany, Handbook of Practical (Dr. E. Strasburger),

Cast-Iron. Steel (Colonel J. Rouelle), 569.
Chemical Analysis, A Student's Manual of Organic

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Pronouncing (Prof. C. A. Jacobson), 570. Chemical Symbols, Formulae, and Calculations

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Chemistry, An Elementary (E. J. Holmyard), 628.
Chemistry, An Introduction to the Literature of, An

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Chemistry, Modern Inorganic (Dr. J. W'. Mellor), 569.
Chemistry, The Elements of Colloidal (Prof. H.

Freundlich), 66.
Chemistry by Micro-Methods, Practical (Prof. E. C.

Grey), 344.
Chemistry Notes, Preparatory (A. W. Ping), 176.
Concerning the Nature of Things (Sir W'. Bragg), 176.
Copper, The Story of (W. Davis), 441.
Electrical Engineering (Prof. L. A. Hazeltine), 569
Electricity, A Treatise on (F. B. Pidduck), 728.
Electricity, The Wonders of (A. T. McDougall), 254.
Electricity and the Structure of Matter (I. Southerns),

Electricity as a Messenger (C. R. Gibson), 569.
Engineering Mathematics, Handbook of (W. E.

Wynne and W. Spraragen), 628.
Entomology, A General Text-Book of (Dr. A. D.
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(628. Evolution, Heredity, and Variation (D. W. Cutler), Evolution in the Light of Modern Knowledge : A

Collective Work, 728.
First Aid (compiled by Sir J. Cantlie), 570.
Fishes of the British Isles (Dr. J. T. Jenkins), 793.
Food and Health (R. H. A. and V. G. Plimmer), 793.
Food and the Family (Prof. V. H. Mottram), 569.
Health in Childhood (Lieut.-Colonel Dr. R. H. Elliot

and others), 728.
Human Body, The Engines of the (Sir A. Keith), 569.
Humanism and Technology and other Essays

(Principal C. G. Robertson and others), 176. Hydraulics, Elementary (F. W. Medaugh), 793, Insects, Concerning the Habits of (F. Balfour

Browne), 630.
Joule and the Study of Energy (Dr. A. Wood), 441.
Journal of Scientific Instruments, 170.
Light, A Treatise on (Dr. R. A. Houstoun), 728.
Light, Intermediate (Dr. R. A. Houstoun), 7:28.
Living Organisms (Prof. E. S. Goodrich), 344,
Machinists and Draftsmen's Handbook (P. Lobben),

Mammals, More Chats on British: Rodents and

Bats (Dr. J. J. Simpson), 569.
Match Industry, The (W. H. Dixon), 441.
Microscopy, Practical Methods (C. H. Clark), 728.
Naturalist's Diary, Leaves from a (A. R. Horwood),

Natural History of Hertfordshire, The (Dr. A. Wil-

more and others), 728.
Nature Stories for Little Ones (M. Robinson), 176.
Nature Students' Note and Observation Book, The

Selborne: A Monthly Calendar, 441.
Nature Study by Woodland, Field, Pond, and Shore

A Practical Guide to (J. H. Crabtree), 344.
Our Physical World (E. R. Downing), 254.
Pasteur, Louis (Prof. S. J. Holmes), 441.
Physics, Everyday (H. E. Hadley), 103.
Plants and Man (Prof. F. O. Bower), 441.
Plant Life, The Wonder Book of, (J. H. Fabre.), 176
Plants, The Authocyanin Pigments of (M. W.

Onslow), 793.
Platinum Metals, The (E. A. Smith), 441.
Problem Papers, Graduated (R. M. Wright), 103.
Quantitative Analysis and its Practical Application,

The Theory of (Dr. H. Bassett), 441.
Radio Activity and the Surface History of the Earth

(Dr. J. Joly), 66.
Round the Sun (Dr. M. T. Yates), 628.
Sanctuaries for Birds and How to Make Them (H. J.

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Science, A School History of (J. A. Cochrane), 628.
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Science, Chats on (Dr. E. E. Slosson), 66.
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Science, The Teaching of (E. J. Holmyard), 221.
Science in Industry, Profitable (D. T. Farnham) 441
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Scientific Amusements and Experiments (C. R.

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Scientific Method (F. W. Westaway), 176.
Scientific Method, Essentials of (Prof. A. Wolf), 570.
Spectra and Atomic Constitution, The Theory of

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Telephones and Gramophones (C. R. Gibson), 860.
Textiles, How to Know (C. P. Small), 630.
Water Folk at the Zoo (G. Davidson), 176.
Wireless Telegraphy and Telephony, A Text-Book of

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Woodlands as Illustrated by Lessner Abbey Woods,

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X-Rays (M. de Broglie), 860.
Yourself and Your Body (Dr. W. T. Grenfell), 569.

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Manor House. Every modern comfort. Three acres
of beautiful garden. Nearest to Golf Links. Tele-
gram and Telephone: 53 Droit wich. Illustrated


Hotel, opposite British Museum, Great Russell Street.--Bedroom, Breakfast, and Attendance, from 8s. 6d. per night. Telegrams : “ Thackeray, London." Telephone : Museum 1230 (2 lines).

Propriété privée. Etudes de la langue Conversation; diction.

Grand repos.

Prix spéciaux pour Septembre. Références.--Madame MARSY, Fère-en-Tardenois, Aisne, France.


GOOD Boarding House would take


young men at school and for holiday. Room for two at 170 frs. per head, single room at 200-250 frs. View on the Alps and lake ; good air.-Apply, Mrs. DIND-BERTHOLET, 17 Av. Druey, Lausanne, Suisse.

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