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THIS sixty-ninth yearly issue of the English Catalogue of Books comprises the titles of works published during 1905, also of some received too late for inclusion in the sixty-eighth issue.
Titles and index are in one alphabet. The main entry of each work begins with the author's surname (if given on the title page) in heavy type. As an index to these 'Author' records, the title, commencing with its most important word (which usually indicates the classification to which the work belongs) or with its first word, is repeated in the same alphabet, with that word in italics, which in the main entry is in thick type.
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See Appendix A for Books reported while this volume was being printed.
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THE ENGLISH CATALOGUE
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Abbot (C. L., Mrs.)-The Wanderer; or, Leaves from Life Story of a Physician. Cr. 8vo. 7 x 44, pp. 260, 3s. 6d. ..............J. CLARKE, Mar. 05 Abbot (H. L.)-Problems of the Panama Canal.
Cr. 8vo. 68. 6d. net............MACMILLAN, May 05 Abbot, Pocket Scott, 28., 8s. net ................July 05 Abbotsford. Painted by William Smith, Junr., Described by W. S. Crockett. With 20 full-page illustrations in colour. 8vo. 9 x 64, pp. 286, 7s. 6d. net .....BLACK, July 05 Abbott (E. A.)-Johannine Vocabulary. Comparison of Words of Fourth Gospel with those of the Three. 8vo. 9 × 5, pp. 382, 18s. 6d. net BLACK, June 05 Abbott (J. H. M.)-An Outlander in England. Impressions of an Australian Abroad. Cr. 8vo. 7x5, pp. 810, 6s. .... .....METHUEN, Nov. 05 Abbott (L.)-Christian Ministry. Extra cr. 8vo. 8 × 5, pp. 888, 58. net......... ..CONSTABLE, July 05 Abbott (T. K.)-Catalogue of Fifteenth-Century Books in Library of Trinity College, Dublin, and in Marsh's Library, Dublin, with a few from other Collections. 8vo. 10s. 6d. net
LONGMANS, Oct. 05 ABC Pocket Atlas-Guide to London. 3rd rev. edit. 12mo. swd. 1s.............G. PHILIP, Aug. 05 Abdominal Operations, Moynihan (B. G. A.) 288. net ..Oct. 05 Abelard, &c., Rudland (E. M.) 8s. 6d. net...Apr. 05 Abele (H.)-Violin and its Story, or History and Construction of Violin. Transl. and adapted from German by Geoffrey Alwyn. Illus. Cr. 8vo. 7×4, pp. 180, 2s. 6d. (Strad Lib.) Aberdeen, Hist., Fraser (G. M.)
STRAD, Oct. 05 .......Dec. 05
About Peggy Saville, Vaizey (Mrs. G. de H.) 2s. 6d.
Aug. 05 Above Suspicion, Riddell (Mrs. J. H.) 6d....July 05 Abraham (W. H.)-Church and State in England. Cr. 8vo. 7 x 5, pp. 344, 5s. (Oxford Library of Practical Theology) .LONGMANS, Mar. 05 Abrahams (Israel), Lucas (A.) Heb. Lesson Bk. 1s. net
.......Mar. 05 Absurd Story of James. Told in Verse and illus. in colour by Reginald Rigby. Obl. 8vo. bds. 1s. 6d. net.... .KNIGHT B. Oct. 05 Academy Architecture and Architectural Review. Vol. 27, 1905. Edit. by Alex. Koch. 4to. 4s. 10d. net; swd. 4s. net.....................SIMPKIN, July 05 Acad., Dicy. of Royal, Graves, vol. 1, 42s. net
May 05 Academy for Grown Horsemen, Gambado (Geoffrey) 8s. 6d. net ...........May 05 Academy Notes (with which is incorporated 'Academy Sketches'), 1905. 8vo. 2s.; swd. 1s. GARDNER, DARTON, May 05 Academy, Rl., 1768–1830, Hodgson (J. E.) 21s. net Apr. 05 Acarina, Banks (Nathan) 6s. net...............Jan. 05 Accidents (Mines and Factories) Bill. 1d. WYMAN, Mar. 05
Accomplice, Hill (Fredk. Trevor) 6s..........May 05 Accounting, Hist. of, 10s. 6d. net.............. Apr. 05 Accused and Accuser, Sergeant (A.) 1s. net
Across the Far Blue Hills.
Act-Alexandra Park and Palace, 3d.
WYMAN, July 05