Monthly bulletin. [Vol. 1, no. 1]
National Library (Philippines)

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Page  1 1 1 = i Till:, (;OVi;RNM IN ' O TI I 1,' I I.INIF; ISL IANDI)S DEPANITM INT OF PUBL!IC INSTRiUCtION PHI I 11 ''N 1l,I;A Y B U L LET'I I N O 1 I I PHILIPPINE LIBRARY,, 1'.,, -. i I ~i~ ~! ~,,i I~ `~I ~,,., ).-I,jI)l!, 1,, I - J t;!4 r t jai, ii, EXCH "ci7 VOLUME I SEPI'TMI BE1, 1912 NUNBER I C () NT NTS ANNOUNCEMENT- 3 LAW CREATING THE PHILIPPINE LIBRARY. - - - 6 RECENT ACCESSIONS - 7 14 LIST OF WORKS IN THE FIIIPINIANA DIVISION RELATING TO THE STUDY OF TIHE BIBLIOGRAPHIY OF rT l l PHIIPPINE ISIAN)S. PART I - - - - 14 16 M A N L A BURF AU ()F PRINTING 1912 113058

Page  2 1 1,11I 1 '1 5, III itit It i,<) A l) Ex oificio: NEWTOrN XV. (GILBERT, Secretary of 'ubIlic Instrluct ion IEAN C. WORCESTER, Secretary of the Interior G(REGORI( ARANETA, Secretlary of Finance acnd Justice Appointive: (RANT T. TRENT, Justice of the Sup)reme C(ourt LAWRENCE E. GRIFFIN, Associ ate Professolr (of Zo(ilogy, an(d I)ea;n, College of Liberal Arts, University of the 'Philip)pines M(QlJEEN S. WmIGH'TMAN, Secretary PI'lll11''lX5 l 1ili l.~,!\ Y ()l1'lI[ ( 'li:I1{ JAMES A. ROBERTSON, Librarian SYRENA MCKEE, Chief,Cataloguer PIESSIE A. DWYER, Chief, (Circulating I)ivision (Americaln (ir'culatting Library) MANVEl, ARTIGAS Y (1UtRVA, Curato', Filip)iniana I)ivision

Page  3 BULLETIN PHILIPPINE LIBRARY VOL. 1 SPTEMIER 1912 No. 1 ANNOUNCEMENT Th BULLETIN OF THE P PPIE LiA ill be blihed thl and may be had on pi at the br It is tded to act a A medium of communic tion b 1w en the librar and th pblic in order that the work of the library may be facilitaod and the public better sered. Aeeordingly, various li r mattea of bli interest in ding eet accessions, special reading lists, bibliographical lists of special collections, be & In all dbifi;f i;Ad and dfbexhang l~ists Will be puibalse.I ldacsinradig an spcial lists it wilbe noted th t the call number is given to eah ook that has been lasifiedfi a d c ttalogued. Hence the BUILLETIN will fulifill in par the Porpose o a prbnted logo With th furthere aaitha ge ofmothly cation. Th bibliographi& 1rtdies undertaken, i is hoped, will prove an aid to schlarly and accuto i The excihanes notices and lists Will show~i the duplicates in the library, and communications in regard to the are i vitd. Ex ha g ith other library bulletins and] readinglists i. soli cted The ibrari ies pen dail in its vriou deivsions as ftollonws Circulating Division (American Circulatingk Library), 84 a.m to to al 9 p.m.in Periodicanhl Division, 8 a.mL to 9 p. m Filipiniana Division, 7,30 a. m. to 430p. mk. Publici Documents Division, 8 a. to p. mi. A fee of five pesos per annum or fifty centavos per month is arge for the privilege of drawing books from the Circulating Iivision (American The pivilege of the periodical and reference rooms are fet All. ' Books of the Filnana and Publi Documents divisions may be] c frele in the librfary. Ifsufficient notice be givent beffoelfthe hour 6fo closing thetwon latter divisions, books Will be raeserd for readers at the charf~ging desk of the Circulating Division (American Circulating Lbry). a.. * '. ' * * - ' ' * M U M: 3 ' **." ";;'':: -,::,305136 -:::; *I~M

Page  4 4 LAW CREATING THE PHILIPPINE LIBRARY LAW CREATING THE PHILIPPINE LIBRARY (First Philippine Leg'islature, second session. C. B. No. 108) |No, 1 5):-] AN ACT PROVIDING( FOR THE CONSOLI)ATION ()F ALL1 IBIRARIES IBELONGIN(I TO ANY BRANCH OF THE PHILIPPINE INSULAR GOVERNMENT FOR THE CREATION OF "THE PHILIPPINES LIBRARY," AND FOR THE MAINTENANCE AND REGULATION OF THE SAME, AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. th (aftt1 r'ity of the United States, be it enacltel )by the Philippine I,,cgislatutre, that: SECTION 1. A board of five members is hereby constituted consisting of the Secretary of Public Instruction, the Secretary of the Interior, the Secretary of Finance and Justice, and two other members to be appointed annually by the Governor-General, which shall be known as "The Philippines Library Board." SEC. 2. All libraries of every kind and character belonging to the Insular Government of the Philippine Islands, or to any Department, Bureau, or subdivision of the same shall be consolidated under the general management of the Board created by section one of this Act, as hereinafter provided, and shall collectively be known as "The Philippines Library." SEC. 3. The Philippines Library Board shall divide the Library into such divisions as are necessary and proper for the correct and advantageous classification of the books, papers, periodicals, and documents belonging to such library, having among other divisions, a division of Filipiniana, a law division, a scientific division, and a circulating division, in which latter shall be included the present American Circulating Library. The scientific division shall be housed in the building of the Bureau of Science, the law division shall be housed in such place as the Supreme Court may direct, and other divisions shall be consolidated and housed in one place so far as possible, but this shall not be done if, in the judgment of such Library Eoard, the purposes of the library can better be served by having one or more of such divisions located in another place than at the place of the main library. When a division is located in some other place than at the place of the main library, property responsibility for the custody of the books shall rest upon the Bureau or Office in which it is located, and the employees occupied in cataloguing and caring for the books shall be employees of such Bureau or Office. As soon as practicable there shall be prepared and housed in the main library a complete catalogue of all books and publications belonging to the Philippines Library and each of its divisions. No purchases of books or publications shall be made for any section or division of such library except by such Library Board, and such Board shall avoid, as far as is consistent with the needs of the library, the duplication of purchases, by bringing to the attention of the proper Secretary of Department or of the Governor-General, as the case may be, orders involving such duplication. Appropriations for the

Page  5 LAW CREATING THE PHILIPPINE LIBRARY 5 purchase of books shall hereafter be made for the several divisions of the Philippines Library as provided by law or established by the Library Board. Requisitions for the purchase of books for any division shall be signed by the Chief of the Bureau or Office having custody of the books of said division, and, after approval by the Secretary of the proper Department or the Governor-General, as the case may be, shall be transmitted to the Library Board, which shall examine the same with a view of avoiding, so far as is consistent with the needs of the library, the duplication of purchases, and said Board shall purchase the books of all the divisions of the library in such manner and in such quantities as will reduce the price of purchases to the minimum; and all books, papers, periodicals, documents, and other reading matter required for the uses and purposes of the Philippines Library may be ordered and purchased by said Library Board without the intervention of the Purchasing Agent: Provided, That books for which requisition is made by any Bureau or Office shall be paid for out of the funds, if any, appropriated for such purpose for such Bureau or Office. SEC. 4. The said Library Board shall give particular attention to the making available of the said library, in all its parts, for the use of teachers and students of either public or private schools, by the establishment of suitable reading rooms, and the opening of said library and reading rooms for such use, and for the use of the public, under proper regulations, at all times, including holidays and evenings, and the said Board is empowered to make all rules and regulations for the use of such library. Such Board shall also make provision for the temporary placing of books in the high school and in other public schools, or with Bureaus which may desire to use certain books at certain times. SEC. 5. Said Philippines Library Board shall serve without pay, and no appropriation is made for the enforcement of this Act. All appropriations heretofore made for library purposes which are left unexpended and all appropriations which shall be made for library purposes in the appropriation bill for the fiscal year nineteen hundred and ten for any Bureau or Office whatever are hereby made available for the uses of the said Philippines Library. SEC. 6. All officers and employees of the main library shall be appointed by the Secretary of Public Instruction, with the approval of the Library Board, and for administrative purposes, shall be under the control of the Secretary of Public Instruction, and all officers and employees of the Philippine Government now engaged in duties or work in connection with any one of the libraries now in existence which under this Act is transferred to and housed with the main library, may be continued in the service of the Philippines Library, and shall be paid from any funds which have been appropriated for the payment of their salaries, or, in case of a vacancy, the place may be filled by the said Philippines Library Board, providing that the salary or wages in any case is not greater than that provided by law.

Page  6 6 LAW CREATING THE PHILIPPINE LIBRARY SEC. 7. The Philippines Library is authorized to receive and accept gifts, donations, bequests, and transfers of property, money, or books for the use and benefit of said Philippines Library. SEC. 8. The Philippines Library Board shall make a special effort within the means at its disposal to procure and preserve from time to time all books, papers, documents, and periodicals of every kind or class which relate to the history of the Philippine Islands or to the Filipino people, and to provide a chief of the division of Filipiniana with proper qualifications to classify and arrange said historical collection. SEC. 9. It shall be the duty of the said Board at the end of each fiscal year to make a complete report of its operations, which report shall be addressed to the Legislature, and to make such recommendations as to it may seem wise as to the betterment of the said Library and as to the methods for increasing the efficiency of the same. SEC. 10. All Acts and parts inconsistent with the provisions of this Act are hereby repealed. SEC. 11. This Act shall take effect on its passage. Enacted, May 20, 1909. By virtue of the above law, the four divisions noted on page 3 are housed under the same roof, and comprise the central part of the Philippine Library. After many vicissitudes this part of the library has finally secured good quarters in the old Army and Navy Club Building, the name of which has been changed to Library Building. The Science Division is located in the Bureau of Science, and is known as the Library of that Bureau. The Law Division, known as the Library of the Supreme Court, is housed with the court. The collection of the Attorney-General also forms a part of this division. The Philippine Assembly Division is housed in the committee rooms of the Assembly. Finally, all of the Bureaus possess the books necessary for their work, so that the Philippine Library in its fullest extension contains well over 100,000 volumes.

Page  7 SOME RECENT ADDITIONS TO THE LIBRARY (For greater convenience books in this list are only roughly classified) HISTORY, ECONOMICS, POLITICAL SCIENCE, ETC. Abbott, Edith: Women in industry. A study in American economic history. N. Y., Appleton, 1910. xxii, 409 p. appx. (Discusses child labor.) 331.4A26 Abbott, politics in sketches. x, 259 p. Frank Frost: Society and ancient Rome; essays and N. Y., Scribner, 1910. 913.37Ab26 Abbott, Lyman: Spirit of democracy. Bost., Houghton, 1910. vi, 1 1., 215 p. 321A26 Contents.-The birth of democracy; tendency of democracy; the pagan ideal of the family; the Hebrew ideal of the family; the evolution of education; etc. Addams, Jane: Hull-House. N. 1911. xvii, 462 p. graphical notes.) Twenty years at Y., Macmillan, (With autobio331.8A211 records. [Madras], printed for the author at the Vepery Mission press, 1834. xvii, 1, 523 p. 991E39m Brooks, Robert Clarkson: Corruption in American politics and life. N. Y., Dodd, 1910. xv, 1 1., 309 p. 172.2B79 Burrage, Henry S. ed.: Early English and French voyages, chiefly from Hakluyt 1534-1608. N. Y., Scribner, 1906. xxii, 451 p. (In series "Original narratives of early American history," J. F. Jameson, gen'l ed.) 973.1H12e Campbell, Gilbert Lewis: Industrial accidents and their compensation. Bost., Houghton, 1911. xii, 1, 105 p. (Hart, Schaffner, and Marx prize essays No. 7). 368.4C153 Cromer, Evelyn Baring, Earl of: Ancient and modern imperialism. Lond., Longmans, 1910. 3 1., 143 p. 325C88 Davis, William T., ed.: Bradford's history of Plymouth plantation, 1606-1656. N. Y., Scribner, 1908. xv, 2 1., 437 p. (In series "Original narratives of early American history." 973.2B72h Dickerson, Oliver Morton: American colonial government, 1696 -1765. Cleveland, Clark, 1912. 390 p. 973.2D558 A story of the British Board of Trade, its relations to the American colonies, political, industrial, administrative. Diemer, Hugo: Factory organization and administration. N. Y., IMcGraw-Hill, 1910. x, 317 p. 658D5643 Allen, Nellie B.: Industrial studies, United States. Bost., Ginn, c1910. x, 1 1., 335 p. 670A153 Baty, Thomas: International law. N. Y., Longmans; Lond., Murray, 1909. viii, 363 p. 341B322 Beard, Charles Austin: Readings in American government and politics. N. Y., Macmillan, 1910. xxiii, 624 p. 353B38 Beazley, C. Raymond, ed.: Texts and versions of John de Plano Carpini and William de Rubruquis, as printed for the first time by Hakluyt in 1598; together with some other shorter pieces. Lond., printed for the Hakluyt Society, 1903. 345 p. 910H128c Begbie, P. J.: Malayan Peninsula, embracing its history, manners and customs of its inhabitants, politics, natural history, from its earliest Eckardt, Homer Mark Rational banking system: prehensive study of the Philip: a combranch 7 *

Page  8 8 SOME RECENT ADDITIONS TO THE LIBRARY system. N. Y., Harper, 1911. 3 1., 328 p. 332Ec52 Edwards, Richard Henry: Negro problem. Madison, Wis., 1908. 32 p. (Studies in Amer. Soc. Cond., No. 2.) 326Ed98n Ellwood, Charles Abram: Sociology and modern social problems, N. Y., Amer. Bk. Co., c1910. 331 p. 301E159s Elson, Henry William: History of the United States of America. N. Y., and Lond., Macmillan, 911, xl. p., maps. 973E178hl Farrand, Max, ed.: The records of the Federal Convention of 1787. New Haven. Yale Univ. Press, Lond., Frowde, 1906. 3 vols. 342F241r Fisher, Irving; and Brown, Harry G.: Purchasing power of money: its determination and relation to credit, interest and crises. N. Y., Macmillan, 1911. xii, 505 p. 332F531p Fiske, John: American political ideas. Viewed from the standpoint of universal history: three lectures delivered at the royal institution of Great Britain in May, 1880; and The story of a New England town: an address delivered at Middletown, Conn., Oct. 10, 1900. Bost., Houghton, 1911. Ixxv, 144, 196 p. 321F547a Fite, Emerson David: Social and industrial conditions in the North during the civil war. N. Y., Macmillan, 1910. vii, 318 p. 330F557 Ford, Henry Jones: Cost of our national government. N. Y., Columbia Univ. Press, 1910. xv, 147 p. (A study in political pathology.) 351F74 Rise and growth of American politics. N. Y. and Lond., Macmillan, 1900. viii, 409 p. 320F75 Garner, James Welford: Introduction to political science: a treatise on the origin, nature, functions, and organization of the state. N. Y., Amer. Bk. Co., c1910. 616 p. 320G186i Gettell, Raymond Garfield: Introduction to political science. Bost., Ginn, c1910. xx, 1 1., 421 p. 320G3354 Ghent, William James: Socialism and success. N. Y., John Lane Co., 1910. 252 p. 335G341 Gompers, Samuel: Labor in Europe and America. N. Y. and Lond., Harper, 1910. x, 2 1., 278 p. 331G5865 Goodnow, Frank Johnson: Municipal government. N. Y., Century, 1910. x, 401 p. 352G624m Grant, W. L., ed.: Champlain's voyages, 1604-1618. N. Y., Scribner, 1907 xiii, 1, 377 p. (In series "Original narratives of early American history.") 973.1C35v Hakluyt, Richard: The principal navigations, voyages, traffiques and discoveries of the English nation. Glasgow, James MacLehose & Co., 1903-05. 12 vols. (New edition published for the Hakluyt Society.) 910H128 Hakluyt Society: Publications. 1st and 2nd series. London: printed for the Hakluyt Society, 1847-1910. 120 vols. This is one of the most important collections of voyages, discoveries, and descriptions ever published. It is of immense benefit in studies of the orient. The Library possesses all of the 1st series except six volumes and the 2nd series so far as published. Hall, Clayton Colman, ed.: Narratives of early Maryland, 1633 -1684. N. Y., Scribner, 1910. ix, 2 1., 460 p. (In series, "Original narratives of early American history.") 975.2H14n Hamilton, John Judson: Dethronement of the city boss. N. Y., and Lond., Funk, 1910. 285 p. 352H18d A study of the commission plan as begun in Galveston, developed and extended in D)es Moines, and already taken up by many other cities, east and west.

Page  9 SOME RECENT ADDITIONS TO THE LIBRARY 9 Hart, Albert Bushnell: Foundations of American foreign policy; with a working bibliography. N. Y. and Lond., Macmillan, 1910. xi, 307 p. 327.73H252f Contents.-United States as a world power; experiences of the U. S. in foreign military expeditions; boundary controversies and commissions; Brother Jonathan's colonies; what the founders of the union thought concerning territorial problems; the Monroe doctrine and the doctrine of permanent interest; a working bibliography of American diplomacy. Hobson, John Atkinson: Industrial system; an inquiry into earned and unearned income. N. Y., Scribner, 1910. xx, 338 p. 330H6534 Hollander, Jacob H.; and Barnctt, George E., eds.: Studies in Americ-tn trade unionism. N. Y., Holt, 1912. v, 380 p. 331.88H719 Hollingsworth, Charles M.: From freedom to despotism; a rational prediction and forewarning. Washington, The author, 1910. xiii, 238 p. 321H725 Hosmer, James Kendall, ed.: Winthrop's Journal: history of New England, 1630-1649. 2 vols. (In series "Original narratives of early American history.") 974W73j Howard, Earl Dean: Causes and extent of the recent industrial progress of Germany. Bost., Houghton, c1907. xiii, 147 p. (Hart, Schaffner and Marx prize essays, No. 1.) 330H831 Hughes, Charles Evans: Conditions of progress in democratic government. New Haven, Yale Univ. Press; Lond., Frowde, 1910. 1, 123 p. 3201874 Jameson, John Franklin, ed.: Johnson's wonder working providence. 1528-1651. N. Y., Scribner, 1910. viii, 1, 285 p. (In series "Original narratives of early American history".) 974.4J631w - Narratives of New Netherland. N. Y., Scribner, 1909. xx, 1, 478 p. (In series "Original narratives of early American history".) 974.7J238n Jenks, Jeremiah Whipple: Governmental action for social welfare. N. Y., Macmillan, 1910. xvi, 226. p. 351J421g Kaye, Percy Lewis: Readings in civil government. N. Y., Century, 1910. xvi, 535 p. 320K182 Merriam, Charles Edward: Hiistory of American political theories. N. Y., and Lond., Macmillan, 1910. xv, 364 p. 320M5512 Morey, William C.: Outlines of Roman Law: comprising its historical growth and general principles. N. Y. and Lond., Putnam, c1884. ix, 433 p. 349.37M8184 Morga, Antonio de: Sucesos de las Islas Filipinas. Jos6 Rizal, ed. 1888. (xxv)-xxxvi, 1, 374 p. 991.4M82s Northmen, Columbus, and Cabot, 935-1503. N. Y., Scribner, 1906. xv, 1, 443 p. (In series "Original Narratives of early American history".) 973.1N81 Patterson, Isaac Franklin: Constitution of Ohio. Cleveland, Clark, 1912. 358 p. 342.277P277 Amendments and proposed amendments, including the Ordinance of 1787, the Acts of Congress dividing the northwest territory, and the Acts of Congress creating and recognizing the State of Ohio. Person, Harlow Stafford: Industrial education: a system of training for men entering upon trade and commerce. Bost., Houghton, 1907. vi, 3 1., 86 p. 607P432 Contents.-Need of a system of industrial education in the United States; an outline of a system of industrial education for the United States. (Hart, Schaffner, and Marx prize essays.) Purchas, Samuel: Hakluyt posthumous, or Purchase his Pilgrimes; containing a history of the world in sea voyages and lande travells by Englishmen and others. Glasgow: James MacLehose & Sons, 1905-07. 20 vols. (Published for the Hakluyt Society). 910H128d Reinsch, Paul Samuel: Readings on American federal governmeni. Bost., Ginn., lf909. xii, 850 p. 353R276r

Page  10 10 10 ~~SOME RECENT ADDITIONS To THE LIBRARY FICTION Adams, Andy: Outlet. Constable, 1905. Adl7o Wells brothers. Constable, 1,911. Adl7w Adams, Samuel Hopkins: Average,Jones. Merrill, 1911. Adl9Ga Annesley, Mrs. Maud: Wind along the waste. Lane, 1910. An76w Atherton, Mrs. G-ertrude Franklin (Horn): Julia France and her times. Macmillan, 191-2. At44j Atkinson, Eleanor: Grevfriars Bobby. Harper, 1912. At542g Barclay, Mrs. Florence Louisa (Charlesworth): Through the postern gate. Putnam, 1912. B235t Begbie, Harold: Shadow. Revell, 1911. B393s Beith, Jan Hay (Jan flay, pseud.): Safety~ match. Houghton, 191 1. BE3974s Bell, John Toy: Indiscretions of Maister Redhorn. Revell, 1911. B413i Kingdom of dreams. Cassell, 191 1. B413k Bell, Lilian Lida (Mrs. Bogue) Caroline Lee. Wessels, 1907. B4135c Belloc, Hilaire: Girondin. Doubleday, 1912. B418g Bennett, Arnold: Anna of the five towns. Doran, 1910. B4393a Ghost. Small, 1911. B4393g Glimpse. Appleton, 1909.. B4393gl G.reat man. Doran, 1911. B4393gr Helen with the high hand. Doran, 191 1. B4393h Leonora. Doran, n. d. B43931 Man from. the North. Doran, 1911. B4393rn Bennett, Arnold: Matador of the five towns and other stories. Doran, 1912. B4393ma -- Whom G"od hath joined. Dorani, n. d. E4393w li~anchi, Martha Gilbert (Dickinson): Cossack~ lover. Duflield, 1911. B47c Bodk in, Mcl~onnell: Young Beck. Little, 1912. B6326y BoggsN, Winifred: Vagabond city. Putnacm, 1911. BG346v B owe r, B. M. (B. M. Sinclair) Lonesome land. Little, 1912. B6761 Brebner, Percy James (Christian Lys, pseud): Light thfat lures. Fly, 1911. ~~~~~B7411 Briggs, Olive Mary: Fir and the palm. Scribner, 1910. B768f Lroadhurst George; and Hornblow, Arthur: Bought and paid for. Dillingham, 191.2. B7Sb Brown, Katherine Holland: Uncertain Irene. Duffield, 19-11. B8l38ui White roses. Duthield, 1910. B8138w Buck, Charles Neville: Lighted match., 191 1. B85481 Burgess, Frank Gelett: Find the woman. Merrill., 1911. B912f Burnham, Mrs. Clara Louise (Root): Dr. Latimer. Houghton, 1893. B935d Great love. Houghton, 1898. B935g Miss Archer Archer. Houghton, 1897. B935m ___Mistress of Beech Knoll. Houghton, 1890. B93bmr 10.Opened shutters. Houghton, 1906. B9~~~E35o Sane lunatic. iloughton, 1882. B935sa Westpoint wooing. Houghton, 1899. B935w

Page  11 SOME RECENT ADDITIONS TO TIlE LIBRARY 11 Burnham, Mrs. Clara Louise (Root): Young maids and old. Houghton, 1888. B935y Caine, Hall: Revolt at Raskelly's. Putnam, 1911. C123r Calthrop, )ion Clayton: Everybody's secret. Dillingham, 1909. C1386e Perpetua, Lane, 1911. C1386p -Tinsel and gold. Dillingham, 1910. C1386t Cameron, Margaret (Mrs. H. C. Lewis): Pretender person. Harper, 1911. C1466p Capes, Bernard: Gilead balm. Baker & Taylor. C171g Carter, Ada: Priest and layman. Little, 1911. C245p Chambers, Robert William: Danger mark. Grasset & Dunlap, 1909. C3556d Chesterton, Gilbert Keith: Manalive. Lane, 1912. C426m Churchill, Winston: Modern chronicle. Macmillan, 1910. C4756mo Coburn, Mrs. Eleanor Hallowell (Abbott): Sick-a-bed lady. Century, 1912. C6396s Conrad, Joseph (formerly Joseph Conrad Korzeniowski): Nigger of the "Narcissus." Heinemann, 1898. C7638n Coppee, Francois: Guilty man. Dillingham, 1911. C793g Corelli, Marie: Life everlasting. Doran, 1911. C81281 Couch, Arthur Thomas Quiller(Q., pseud.): Brother Copas. Scribner, 1911. C83br -True Tilda. Scribner, 1910. C83t Cullen, Clarence Louis: Eddy. Dillingham, 1910. C8978e --- Tales of the ex-Tanks. Grosset & Dunlap, 1900. C8978t Curwood, James Oliver: Philip Steele. Merrill, 1911. C949p Davenport, Henry McHarg: Likable chap. Sturgis & Walter, 1911. D27461 Daviess, Maria Thompson: Melting of Molly. Merrill, 1912. D2893m Miss Selina Lue. Merrill, 1909. D2893mi Deland, Ellen Douglas: Miss Betty of New York. Harper, 1908. D3733b Deland, Mrs. Margaret Wade (Campbell): Iron woman. Harper, 1911. D3736i Dilley, Edgar Meek: Red fox's son. Page, 1911. D583r Diver, Maud: Awakening. Lane, 1911. D6416a Dixon, Thomas, Jr.: Sins of the father. Appleton, 1912. D6468s Dorset, G.: Successful wife. Harper, 1910. D7378s Drummond, Hamilton: Justice of the king. Macmillan, 1911. D844j During, Mrs. Stella M.: End of the rainbow. Lippincott, 1910. D9356e Duryea, Mrs. Nina Larrey (Smith): House of the seven gabblers. Appleton, 1911. D939h Earl, John Prescott: On the school team. Penn Pub., 1911. Ea736o Ellis, John Breckenridge: Fran. Bobbs-Merrill, 1912. E1592f Faris, John Thomson: Making good. Revell, 1911. F228m Farnol, Jeffrey: My Lady Caprice. Dodd, 1912. F237my Fitch, George: At good old Siwash. Little, 1911. F552a Flandrau, Charles Macomb: Diary of a freshman. Appleton, 1912. F614d Frankau, Mrs. Julia, (Frank Danby, pseud.): Joseph in Jeopardy. Macmillan, 1912. F851j Freeman, Mrs. Mary (Wilkins): Butterfly house. 1912. Eleanor Dodd, F877b

Page  12 12 SOME RECENT ADDITIONS TO THE LIBRARY French, Alice, (Octave Thanet, I pseud.): Stories that end well. Eobbs-Merrill, 1911. F887st Garland, Hamlin: Victor Ollnes' discipline. Harper, 1911, G1838v Gibbs, George Fort: Maker of opportunities. Appleton, 1912. G353m Gillette, William: Secret service. Dodd, 1912. G4132s Gillmore, Inez HIaynes: June Jeopardy. Huebsch, 1908. G417j Gillmore, Rufus: Mystery of the second shot. Appleton, 1912. G4176m Gilson, Roy Rolfe: Ember light. Baker & Taylor, 1911. G428e Glasgow, Ellen Anderson Gholson: Miller of Old Church. Doubleday, 1911. G4626m Goetchius, Marie Louise: Anne of Treboul. Century, 1910. G554a Graham, Winifred: Mary. Kennerley, 1910. G7601m Gratacap, Louis Pope: Mayor of New York. Dillingham, 1910. G77m Hannay, James Owen: Lalage's lovers. Hodder & Stoughton, 1911. H19661 Harris, Joel Chandler: Daddy Jake the run away. Century, 1910. H242d Harrison, Henry Sydnor: Queed. Houghton, 1911. H2466q Hastings, Wells; and Hooker, Brian: Professor's mystery. Merril, 1911. H2796p Hazard, R. H.: House of stilts. Dillingham, 1911. H3:j7h Hickman, Albert: Unofficial love story. Century, 1909. H528u Hinkson, Katherine (Tynan; Mrs. Henry Albert Hinkson): Paradise farm. Duffield, 1911. H593p Holmes, Gordon: House of silence. (Clode, 1911. H7356h Hornung, Ernest William: Fathers of men. Scribner, 1912. H785f Houghton, Mrs. Lucile Wand (Caplinger): Venture in identity. Doubleday, 1911. H8148v Hume, Fergus W.: Mystery queen. Dillingham, 1912. H882my Hyne, Charles John Cutcliffe Wright: Marriage of Captain Kettle. Merrill, 1912. H998ma Ibaflez, Vicente Blasco: Blood of the arena. McClurg, 1911. Iblb Ingram, Eleanor Marie: From the car behind. Lippincott, 1912. In46c Isham, Frederic Stewart: Man and his money. Bobbs-Merrill, 1912. Is3m James, Henry: Outcry. Scribner, 1911. J2336ou Jepson, Edgar: Pollyooly. Merrill, 1912. J4696p Jessop, George shamrock grows. H.: Where the Baker & Taylor, J498w Johnson, Owen: Glamourie. Harper, 1911. J6356g Stover at Yale. Stokes, 1912. J6356s Johnston, William: Yellow letter. Merrill, 1911. J6494y Jones, Florence: Red nights of Paris. Dillingham, 1911. J715r Kauffman, Reginald Wright: Girl that goes wrong. Moffat, 1911. K1627g Kernahan, Mrs. Coulson: Thirteenth man. Dillingham, 1910. K459t Kingsley, Mrs. Florence (Morse): To the highest bidder. Dodd, 1911. K6146to Kramer, Harold Morton: Rugged way. Lothrop, 1911. K86r Kummer, Frederic Arnold: Brute. Watt, 1912. K961b

Page  13 SOME RECENT ADDITIONS TO THIE LIBRARY 13 Le Queux, William: Spider's eye. L5596sp Liljencrantz, Ottilie Adaline: Viking's love and other tales of the north. McClurg, 1911. L627v Locke, William John: Morals of Marcus Ordeyne. (;rassett & Dunlap, 1906. L796m London, Jack: House of pride. Macmillan, 1912. L846h South sea tales. Macmillan, 1911. L846so Lowndes, Marie Adelaide (Belloc; Mrs. Frederic Sawrey Lowndes): Chink in the armour. Scribner, 1912. L9546c Luk-Oie, Ole. (pseud.): Green curve. Doubleday, 1911. L9696g Lutz, Mrs. Grace (Livingston) Hill: Dawn of the morning. Lippincott, 1911. L9786da -Mystery of Mary. Lippincott, 1912. L988my Lynde, Francis: Price. Scribner, 1911. L992pr McCarthy, Justin Huntley: Fair Irish maid. Harper, 1911. M1274fa King over the water. Harper, 1911. M1274k McConaughty, T. W., and Seldom, Edward: Boss. Fly, 1911. M1346b McCook, Rev. Henry Christopher: Quaker Ben. Jacobs, 1911. M135q McCutcheon, George Barr: Her weight in gold. Dodd, 1912. M139h - What's his name. Dodd, 1911. M139w MacLaren, Amy: Yoke of silence. Putnam, 1912. M2226y Maclean, Charles Agnew: Mainspring. Little, 1912. M224m Marquis, Don: Danny's own story. Doubleday, 1912. M348d Marshall, Marguerite Mooers: Drift. Appleton, 1911. M357d Michaelis, Karin: Dangerous age. Lane, 1911. M5818d Miller, Henry Russell: His rise to power. Merrill, 1911. M143hs Mitchell, Francis Marian: Joan of Rainbow Springs. Lothrop, 1911. M693j Montgomery, Lucy Maud (Mrs. Ewen Macdonald): Story girl. Page, 1911. M767s Mordaunt, Elenor: Ship of solace. Sturgis & Walton, 1911. M811s Mountjoy, Henry: Minister of police. Merrill, 1912. M8642m Mullins, Isla May (Hawley; Mrs. E. Y. Mullins): Boy from Hollow Nut. Revell, 1911. Ml9176b Musick, John Roy: Columbia historical novels. Whithen, 1906. 13 vols. M9736co Ohnet, Georges: Red flag. Dillingham, 1910. Oh46r Older, Mrs. Fremont: Esther Damon. Scribner, 1911. Olle. Oppenheim, Edward Philips: Havoc. Little, 1911. Op56h Oppenheim, James: Pay envelopes. Huebsch, 1911. Op57p Orczy, Emma Magdalena Rosalia Maria Josefa Barbara, baroness: Beau Brocade. Burt, 1906. Or2b Emperor's candlesticks. Dascher, 1908. Or2e In Mary's reign. Cupples & Leon, 1907. Or2i Man in the corner. Burt, 1902. Or2m Pangborn, Mrs. Georgia (Wood): Interventions. Scribner, 1911. P193i Parrish, Randall: Molly McDonald. McClurg, 1912. P349mo Patterson, Joseph Medill: Rebellion. Britton, 1911. P2775r Pemberton, Max: Captain Block. Cassell, 1911. P369c W-hite Motley. Walton, 1911. P369w Phillips, David (Graham: Conflict. Appleton, 1911. P542c

Page  14 14 SOME RECENT ADDITIONS TO THE LIBRARY Porter, Gene Stratton: Harvester. Doubleday, 1912. P833h Porter, Sydney: Heart of the West. Doubleday, 1910. P835h -Trimmed lamp. Doubleday, 1911.. P835t Pickering, Abner (A. P. U. S. A. pseud.): As a soldier would. Broadway Pub. Co., 1911. P586a Randall, F. J.: Bermondsey twin. Lane, 1911. R1586b Reeve, Arthur B.: Silent bullet. Dodd, 1912. R2592s Reeves, Amber: World without end. Sturgis & Walton, 1911. R2593w Reynolds, Mrs. Gertrude M. (Robins; Mrs. Louis Baillie Reynolds): Notorious Miss Lisle. Hodder & Stoughton, R335n Richmond, Grace Louise (Smith; Mrs. Nelson Guernsey Richmond): Strawberry acres. Doubleday, 1911. R414s Roberts, Charles George Douglas: Neighbors unknown. Macmillan, 1911. R541n Sangree, Allen: Jinx. Dillingham, 1911. Sa582j Schauffler, Rachel Capen: Goodlyfellowship. Macmillan, 1912. Schl86g Seaman, Augusta Huiell: When a cobbler ruled the king. Sturgis & Walton, 1911. Sel58w Second, Henry: Captivating Mary Carstairs. Maynard, 1910. Se246c LIST OF WORKS IN THE FILIPINIANA DIVISION RELATING TO THE STUDY OF THE BIBLIOGRAPHY OF THE PHILIPPINE ISLANDS. PART I A traves de peri6dicos y sucesos. In "La Reptiblica Filipina," Manila, Oct. 27, 29, 30; Nov. 1, 4, 5, 10-13, 15, 17-20, 23, 25, 26, and 29; Dec., 1898, 1, 3, 4, 16, 18, 21 and 22. Aclaracion historica. In "La Independencia", Malabon, Dec. 31, 1898. Adelung, Johann Christoph: Mithridates oder allgemeine Sprachenkunde mit Vater Unser als Sprachprobe in bey nahe fuinfhundert Sprachen und Mundarten. Berlin, Vossischen Buchhandlung, 1806-17. 4 vols. 21 cm. Aguinaldo, Manuel: Maikling salaysay nang buhay at mga sinulat. In "Renacimiento Filipino", nos. 44 and 48, May 28, and June 28, 1911. Alloza, Jose: Catalogo de libros raros y curiosos. Zaragoza, Blasco y Andres, 1892. 35 p. 20.5 cm. Same. 1895. 68 p. Alvarez Ossorio, Anibal: Bibliografia. La lepra en Bisayas. Madrid, 1897. In "La Politica de Espaia en Filipinas", vol. 7 (Madrid, 1897), pp. 479-483. Alviola, Uldarico: Los peri6dicos' bisayo-cebuanos y su ortografia. In "Renacimiento Filipino", no. 12, Manila, Sept. 2, 1910. * American Catalogue. 1900-1905, N. Y., Office of the Publisher's Weekly, 1905; 1908-10; id., 1911. Ang ika 300 taon ng limbagan. In "Taliba", Manila, June 17, 1911. Apuntes bibliograficos. In "Cultura Filipina", Manila. (See all issues of this review, which has been published since April, 1910.) Aroma, Amalio: Bibliografia. Madrid, 1894. In "La Politica de Espaia en Filipinas", vol. 4, pp. 71-75. Artes y Letras. El individuo tagalog y su arte en la Exposici6n Hist6rico Americana. In "La Solidaridad", Barcelona, Sept. 15, 1893. Artigas y Cuerva, Manuel: Andres Bonifacio y el "Katipunan." Resefia historica bio-bibliografica. Manila, Imp. "La Vanguardia", 1911. 99 p. 2 1. 20.5 cm. * In the Periodical and Reference Division.

Page  15 PHILIPPINE BIBLIOGRAPHY 15 Artigas y Cuerva, Manuel: Antonio Luna y Novicio. (Resena biobibliografica). Manila. Imp. "La Vanguardia", 1910. (Reprint from "La Vanguardia".) 25 p. 20 cm. - Apolinario Mabini. Resefna bio-bibliografica. In "Renacimiento Filipino", nos. 18, 20-27 and 29, Nov. 14 and 28, 1910; Dec. 7, 1910 -Jan. 21, 1911, and Feb. 7, 1911. - Anriba los corazones de los tip6grafos. Vamos al tercer centenario de la imprenta. In "El Renacimiento", Manila, April 3, 1908. -- Biblioteca Nacional Filipina. Manila, 1908-1911. 26 cm. This review contains many bibliographical notes and articles. El Centenario de la imprenta. In "Renacimiento Filipino", Manila, nos. 50, 53-55, 59, 62, 63, 67-69, 71, 72, 75, 76, 80, 87, 88, 90, 98, 101 and 103, July 14, 1911-Aug. 21, 1912. — El concurso del tercer centenario de la imprenta. Manila, "Vanguardia," 1911. (Reprint from "La Vanguardia") 18 p. 14.5 cm. El fundador del Katipunan. Andres Ponifacio. In "Renacimiento Filipino", Dec. 7, 1910. El parlamento filipino. Historia desde el ano 1809 acerca de la representaci6n en c6rtes, en Filipinas. Constituci6n politica de la Repiblica Filipina, e inauguracion de la primera Asamblea legislativa. Manila, 1908. In "Biblioteca Nacional Filipina." - El recuerdo de Rizal. In "Renacimiento Filipino", Manila, June 21, 1912. Escritores ilocanos. La familia Claudio. In "Renacimiento Filipino", Manila, nos. 12 and 25, Sept. 28, 1910, and Jan. 7, 1911. Filipinos ilustres. Clemente J. Zulueta. Resefna bio-bibliografica. In "Renacimiento Filipino", Manila, nos. 35 and 36, Mar. 21 and 28, 1911. --- Filipinologos ilustres. Prof. Dr. Renward Brandstetter. In "Biblioteca Nacional Filipina", Manila, no. 13, Oct., 1909. Filipinos prominentes. Fernando Ferrer. In "Renacimiento Filipino", Manila, nos. 93 and 94, June 1 and 14, 1912. -- aleria de filipinologos ilustres. Prof. Ferdinand Blumentritt, In "Biblioteca Nacional Filipina", Manila, nos. 4-8, Jan.-May, 1909. Galeria de filipinologos ilustres. James A. LeRoy. In "Biblioteca Nacional Filipina", Manila, no. 23. April, 1911. - Galeria de filipinologos ilustres. Don Jose Toribio Medina. In "Biblioteca Nacional Filipina", Manila, nos. 9-12, June-Sept., 1909. Galeria de filipinos ilustres. In "Renacimiento Filipino," Aug. 7, 1911. Glorias nacionales. Graciano Lopez Jaena. In "El Adalid", Iloilo, Feb. 5, 1911. - Glorias filipinas. Antonio Luna y Novicio. In "Renacimiento Filipino", Manila, Oct. 14, 1910. - Graciano Lopez Jaena. "In "Renacimiento Filipino", Manila, no. 96. June, 1912. - Historia de la Agricultura filipina. "In "Biblioteca Nacional Filipina", Manila, no. 2, Nov., 1908. --- Importancia hist6rica de los peri6dicos existentes en la Division Filipina de la Biblioteca de Filipinas. Conferencia dada ante el Staff de Bibliotecarios del Gobierno, el dia 24 de Junio de 1910. Manila, Vanguardia, 1910. 23 p. 14.5 cm. -- Industrias filipinas. In "Renacimiento Filipino", Manila, no. 11, Sept. 21, 1910. Juicio de las Bibliotecas de Filipinas. In "Boblioteca Nacional Filipina", Manila, nos. 18-20, Mar.May, 1910. La agricultura y el gobierno. In "Renacimiento Filipino", Manila, nos. 6, 10 and 16, Aug. 14, Sept. 14, and Oct. 18, 1910.

Page  16 16 16 ~~~~PHILIPPINE BIBIAOGRAPHY Artigas y Cuerva, Manuel: La civilizacio'n filipina. In "Renaciiniento Filipino", Manila, no. 3), July 21, 1910. La Iengtia tagala. Manilla, 1908. In "Tiiblioteca Nacional FiliPina". LaFpniisa tilipina en el extrangero. In "Renacirn-iento Filipino", Manila, no. I, July 1910. -La pirimera imprenta en Filipinas y la celebracio'n del tercer centenario. In "La Vanguardia", Manila, Dec. 24, 1910. -- La primera imprenta en Filipinas. Resefia historico bio-bibliogrdfica con tres ape'ndices: uno hibliogra'fico de las obras citadas en el texto; otro con la biografia del P. Blancas, y el hlItimo, con una resefia de los actos llevados a cabo para celebrar por primera vez el centenario de la imprenta en Filipinas. Colo'case adernats un trabajo sobre Pinpin, con el famnoso libro de este filipino. Manila, Fajardo, 1911. xii, 250, xvii P. 19cem. Lid~s facultades de Medicina y Farmacia. In "Revista Filipina de Medicina y Farrnacia", 1\ianila, July 7, 1911. -Las facultades de Medicina y Farmacia. Manila, [Morales], 17 p. 2 6. 5 cm. Los perio'dicos filipinos. La m~is completa bibliograflia publicada hasta la fecha acerca de los papeles pi'blicos filipinos. Manila, Imprenta Germania, 1909. 224 p. 26 cm. Los sucesos de 1872. Historia bio-bibliogrdfica. In "Renacimiento Filipino", Manila, nos. 30 -32, 34, 36-38, 40, 42, 44, 45, 51, Feb. 14,-Jul. 21, 1911. -Notas en "Resefia historica de la Isla de Negros desde los tiem-7 po5 mas remotos, hasta nuestros dias. Manila, 1912. In "Renacimiento Filipino". Noticias bibliogra'ficas. in "Biblioteca Nacional Filipi na", Manila, no. 24, May, 1911. Artigas y Cuerva, Manuel: Nuestros artistas. Andre's Ortiz. In "Renacimiento Filipino", Manila, no. 92. M'ay 28, 1912. Nuestros artistas. Jos6 CarIvajal. In, "Renacimiento Filipino", Manila, no. 68, Nov. 28, 1.911. Nuestros artistas. Nemecio Ratia. In "Renacimiento Filipino", Manila, no. 72, Dec., 28, 1911. Nuestros artistas. Patrocinio Tagaroma. In "Renacimiento Filipino", Manila, no. 70, Dec. 14, 1911. — Nuestros artistas. Praxedes Fernandez de Pastor. In "Renacimiento Filipino", Manila, no. 67, Nov. 21, 191 1. Nuestros artistas. Venancia iSuzara. In "Renacimiento Filipino", Manila, no. 75, Jan. 21, 1912. nio CruzlHerrera. In"Renacimii noFilipino", Manila, no. 102, Aug. 1912. Nuestros diputados. Eduardo Gutierrez David. In "Renacimiento Filipino", no. 100. Jul. 28, 1912. Nuestros dramaturgos. Juan Jgnacio Zulueta. In "Renacimiento Filipino", Manila, nos. 77 and 82, Feb. 7 and Mar. 14, 1912. Nuestros dramaturgos. Severino Reyes. In "Renacimiento Filipino", Manila, no. 91, May 21, 1912. Nuestros genios. Juan Luna y Novicio. In "Renacimiento FiliIpino", Manila, no. 14, Oct. 21, 1910. Nuestros ingenieros. Fernando Canon Faustino. In "Renacimiento Filipino", Manila, No. 42, May 14, 1911. Quien es Retana. Su antaiio y ~ogai'io. Resefia bio-bibliogra'fica. Manila, Fajardo, 1911. 116 p. 19.5 cm. Pedro A. Paterno. Resefia bio-bibliogratfica. In "Renacimiento Filipino", Manila, nos. 37, 39, 40 and 43. Apr. 7,-May 21, 1911.

Page  17 0^^, sr f TA-^1 ^ Er.X4?; U, i lA THE GOVERNMENT OF THE PHILIPPINE ISLANDS DEPARTMENT OF PUBIIC INSTRUCTION PHILIPPINE LIIRARY PHL m IPPN IE l&R EARY — A- BULLETIN P~ oHI I LI _B iRARY OF THE PHILIPPINE LIBRARY VOLUME I OCTOBER, 1912 NUMBER 2 CONTENTS CIRCULATING DIVISION (AMERICAN CIRCULATING LIBRARY) - -19-20 EXCHANGES - - 20-21 RECENT ACCESSIONS - 21-27 LIST OF WORKS IN THE FILIPINIANA DIVISION RELATING TO THE STUDY OF THE BIBLIOGRAPHY OF THE PHILIPPINE ISLANDS. PART II - 27-32 MANIILA BUREAU OF PRINTING 1912 113637

Page  18 PHILIPPINE LIBRIAIRY BOAR1) Ex officio: NEWTON W. GILBERT, Secretary of Public Instruction DEAN C. WORCESTER, Secretary of the Interior GREGORIO ARANETA, Secretary of Finance and Justice Appointive: GRANT T. TRENT, Justice of the Supreme Court LAWRENCE E. GRIFFIN, Associate Professor of Zoology, and Dean, College of Liberal Arts, University of the Philippines Secretary: MCQUEEN S. WIGHTMAN. PJIIIlPPINE LIBRARY OFFICERS JAMES A. ROBERTSON, Librarian SYRENA MCKEE, Chief Cataloguer BESSIE A. DWYER, Chief, Circulating Division (American Circulating Library) MANUEL ARTIGAS Y CUERVA, Curator, Filipiniana Division 18

Page  19 BULLETIN OF THE PHILIPPINE LIBRARY VOL. I OCTOBER, 1912 No. 2 CIRCULATING DIVISION (AMERICAN CIRCULATING LIBRARY) The history of public library work in Manila centers around the American Circulating Library, which by Act No. 1935 (see Bulletin No. 1) was included in the Circulating Division of the Philippine Library. From the establishment of the American Circulating Library early in 1900 by a private corporation known as the American Circulating Library Association of Manila, several phases of growth are discernible. These are roughly as follows: March, 1900, to March 5, 1901, the period of private control; March 5, 1901 to 1905, the period of control by Governmentappointed trustees; 1905 to June 30, 1910 (for various reasons the law enacted May 20, 1909, could not be fully enforced at the latter date), the period of control by the Bureau of Education; since July 1, 1910, the period of control as a part of the Philippine Library. Its foundation was due chiefly to Mrs. Charles R. Greenleaf, and the object of the association in its establishment "was to create a source of instruction and profitable entertainment for all residents of Manila, whether permanent or transient, or of whatever race or nationality, and to disseminate useful knowledge and literary diversion among those officers and men of the military and naval forces who are stationed throughout the Archipelago." Mrs. Nelly Young Egbert, so well known in the Philippines and in Army circles in the United States, and with whom the library has been so intimately connected, was chosen librarian in 1900, a post filled by her until the acceptance of her resignation May 3, 1912. The growth of the library has been largely due to her care and devotion, and the work now being carried on is made possible in great measure because of her interest and enthusiasm in the pioneer period of the institution. The expenses of private control proving too heavy, the association transferred the library in trust to the military government and its successor the civil government. The latter definitely accepted the control by Act No. 96, enacted by the Philippine Commission on March 5, 1901. By the terms of the Act, the Government bound itself to maintain the objects of the foundation of the library. Accordingly, direct control was vested in a board of five trustees, two of whom were officers of the Army or Navy, and two of whom were Filipinos. Among other efficient trustees and disbursing officers might be mentioned Capt. Leon S. Rondiers, Major George P. Ahern, Mr. George Sellner, and Mr. Louis M. Lang. Early growth was rapid, and the records for June 30, 1904 show a total of 21,575 books, most of which had been donated through the influence of Mrs. Egbert and Mrs. Greenleaf. As years passed many of these books were removed from the active shelves and were used as long as possible 19

Page  20 20 (CIRCULATING DIVISION for the traveling libraries that were sent to Army and Navy posts. The funds appropriated by the Government could not be used for the purchase of books, and the few new purchases were made from the small sums charged for the privilege of borrowing books, and from fines and money donations. The library occupied rooms on Calle Rosario until May, 1904, at which time Major Ahern's influence procured a removal into better quarters in the Oriente Building which had been purchased by the Government. The library under his impulse continued to grow rapidly and the following year, by official act of the Philippine Commission, became a division of the Bureau of Education, and the library was accordingly removed into the building occupied by that Bureau. The growth of library work and the desirability of centralization of library effort were responsible for the Act creating the Philippine Library. Shortly after its total severance from the Bureau of Education the Philippine Library was removed to very inadequate quarters on Calle Cabildo, but its stay there was only temporary, for with the removal of the Army and Navy Club from the Insular Government building occupied by it into its own new building, the Philippine Library was at length given quarters more suited for the purposes of a library, and the building, formerly the Spanish engineers' building, was renamed the "Library Building." The Circulating Division (American Circulating Library) is now the general division of the library, and is growing rapidly in many directions, one being in orientalia; while the best new fiction, is, as far as possible, rendered accessible. The scientific cataloguing in the old library dates from 1905, and this work is constant. The memorial features of the old library are preserved, and there are now nine memorial collections, as follows: Egbert, Greenleaf, Guy Howard, Miley, Ward Cheney, California, Montana, Ohio, and Virginia. Many boxes of magazines and papers are sent annually to transports and garrisons, and a number of traveling libraries are constantly in commission. The influence of the division, is constantly widening and the library is one of the formative factors of Philippine life. EXCHANGES The Philippine Library has a number of duplicate copies of various old Spanish Government publications (mainly relating to the Philippine Islands) to exchange or sell. These are for the most part unbound, and generally in good or fair condition. In exchange, Filipiniana is desired, but other material, especially orientalia, will be accepted. The number of duplicate copies varies from one to several hundreds. Some of the reports or documents are rarely found. Among them are the following: Balanza mercantil de las Islas Fili- Decreto de la administraci6n ecopinas. 1861. n6mica y contabilidad de ultramar. Madrid, 1870. Cartilla higienica y de desinfecci6n. Manila, 1888. Decretos sobre embargos y administraci6n de bienes por rebelion e Castro y Casaliez: Memoria. Ma- infidencia. Manila, 1896. 37 p. drid, 1895. Elementos de practica forense. Colecci6n de autos acordados de la Madrid 1843 2 vols real audiencia chancilleria de Fili- Estadistica general del comercio pinas. Manila, 1861-66. Dups. of de cabotage. Madrid, 1863; id., vols. 2-5. 1871; id., 1879; id., 1873-75.

Page  21 EXCHANGES 21 Estadistica general del comercio exterior de Porto Rico. For the years 1884, 1887, 1888, and 1890. Instrucciones para la administracion, intervenci6n y cobranza de las Islas Filipinas. Madrid, 1894. Instruccion para la recaudaci6n y administracion. Manila, 1864. Intervenci6n general de la administraci6n del estado de Filipinas. N. d. Islas Filipinas. Real orden No. 90 de 18 de Enero de 1860. Manila, 1860. Islas Filipinas. Real orden No. 191 de 20 de Febrero de 1861. Manila, 1861. Islas Filipinas. Resumen de los presupuestos de gastos e ingresos. For the years 1864, 1865, 1866, 1868, and 1891. Legislacion ultramarina. Madrid. Vols. 1, 5-8; Madrid, 1866-68. Ministerio de ultramar. Instrucci6n aprobada por real decreto. Madrid, 1895. Plantillas que se acompaian a la real orden No. 188, 5 de Febrero, 1861. Manila, 1861. Presupuestos de Cuba, Porto-Rico, Filipinas, 1860. Madrid, 1861. Presupuestos de los fondos locales de Filipinas. For the years, 1895, 1896. Presupuestos generales de ingresos y gastos de Cuba y Fernando Poo. Madrid, 1879. Presupuestos generales de ingresos y gastos del golfo de Guinea. Madrid, 1893. Presupuestos generales de gastos e ingresos de la isla de Cuba. Madrid, 1886. Presupuestos generales de ingresos y gastos de Puerto-Rico. For years 1874, 1877, 1879, 1885. Presupuestos generales de gastos e ingresos de las Islas Filipinas. For the years 1858, 1859, 1867, 1868, 1879, 1883, 1884, 1885, 1886, i887, 1890, 1893, 1894, 1895, 1896. Presupuesto provincial de Filipinas. For 1890 and 1891. Real decreto reformando la legislacion irgente en las Islas Filipinas, 1897. Madrid, 1897. Real orden. Num. 451 de 2, 6 de Abril, 1863. Manila, 1863. Reglamento de medicos titulares y forenses de las Islas Filipinas. Manila, 1894. RECENT ACCESSIONS HISTORY, ECONOMICS, POLITICAL SCIENCE, ETC. Reinsch, Paul Samuel: Intellectual and political currents in the Far East. Bost. Houghton, 1911. viii, 1, 396 p. 915R276 Contents.-Asiatic unity; energism in the Orient; intellectual leadership in contemporary India; intellectual tendencies in the Chinese reform movement; the new education in China; a parliament for China; intellectual life in Japan; political parties and parliamentary government in Japan. Richards, Ellen Henrietta: Cost of food; a study in dietaries. N. Y., Wiley; Lond., Chapman & Hall, 1910. vii, 107 p. 641R39 - Cost of living as modified by sanitary science. N. Y., Wiley; Lond., Chapman & Hall, 1910. ix, 1, 154 p. 640R39 Cost of shelter, N. Y., Wiley; Lond. Chapman & Hall, 1911. vi, 136 p. 643R39 Riis, Jacob August: Battle with the slum. N. Y. and Lond., Macmillan, 1902. xi, 465 p. 331R449b Roosevelt, Theodore: New nationalism. N. Y., Outlook Co., 1911. xxi, 275 p. 304R67n

Page  22 22 RECENT ACCESSIONS Salley, Alexander Samuel; ed.: Narratives of early Carolina, 1650 -1708. N. Y., Scribner, 1911. xi, 2 1., 388 p. (In series "Original narratives of early American history".) 975Sa3n Scherger, George L.: Evolution of modern liberty. Lond., Longmans, 1904. xiv, 284 p. 323Sch28 Seligman, Edwin Robert Anderson: The income tax; a study of the history, theory and practice of income taxation at home and abroad. N. Y., Macmillan, 1911. xi, 1 L., 711 p. 336.2Se48i Skelton, Oscar Douglas: Socialism; a critical analysis. N. Y., Houghton, 1911. ix, 329 p. (Hart, Schaffner and Marx prize essays, No. 6.) 335Sk26m Smith, James Allen: The spirit of the American government. N. Y. and Lond., Macmillan, 1911. xv, 409 p. 342Sm61s A study of the constitution: its origin, influence, and relation to democracy. Sohm, Rudolph: The institutes: a textbook of the history and system of Roman private law. Tr. by James Crawford Ledlie. Oxford, Clarendon Press, Lond., N. Y., etc., Frowde, 1907. xv, 606 p. 349.374So25 Spanish explorers in the southern United States, 1528-1843. N. Y., Scribner, 1907 xvi, 1, 411 p. (In series "Original narratives of early American history.") 873.1Spl Sullivan, John James: American corporations; the legal rules governing corporate organization and management. N. Y., Appleton, 1910. xiii, 455 p. 338.8Su53 Stimson, Frederick Jesup: Popular law-making: a study of the origin, history, and present tendencies of law-making by statute. N. Y., Scribner, 1911. xii, 1, 290 p. 345S574 Taussig, Frank William: Principles of economics. N. Y., Macmillan, 1911. 2 vols. 330T196 Thomson, John Arthur: Darwinism and human life. N. Y., Holt; Lond., Melrose, 1910. xii, 237 p. (The South African lectures for 1909.) 575T382 Tyler, Lyon Gardiner, ed.: Narratives of early Virginia, 1606-1625. N. Y., Scribner, 1907. xv, 1, 478 p. (In series "Original narratives of early American history".) 975.5T97n Ward, Lester Frank: Pure.sociology. N. Y. and Lond., Macmillan, 1909. xiv, 607 p. 301W214 A treatise on the origin and spontaneous development of society. Wendell, Barrett: Privileged classes. N. Y., Scribner, 1908. vi, 1, 274 p. 370.4W482p Whithers, Hartley: Meaning of Money. N. Y., Dutton, 1911. xvi, 307 p. 332W776 Wilcox, Delos Franklin: Municipal franchises: a description of the terms and conditions upon which private corporations enjoy special privileges in the streets of American cities. N. Y., Engineering News, 1911. 2 vols. 352W643m Vol. I.-Introductory; pipe and wire franchises. Vol. II.-Transportation franchises, taxation and control of public utilities. BIOGRAPHY Bacon, Edwin Monroe: Boy's Drake: story of the great sea fighter of the sixteenth century. N. Y., Scribner, 1910. x, 506 p. +921D789b Baldwin, James: Abraham Lincoln, a true life. N. Y., Amer. Bk. Co., c1904. 288 p. 921L638b Blennerhassett, Charlotte Julia (von Leyden) Lady: Louis XIV and Mme. de Maintenon. N. Y., Scribner, 1911. xxiii p., 1 1, 323 p. 921L9294b Braun, Frederich Augustus: Margaret Fuller and Goethe. N. Y., Holt, 1910. vii, 2 1., 271 p. 9210s7b

Page  23 RECENT ACCESSIONS 23 Bruce, Henry Addington Bayley: Daniel Boone and the wilderness road. N. Y., Macmillan, 1911. xiii, (1), 349 p. 921B6444b Cattel, James McKeen, ed.: American men of science: a biographical directory. Ed. 2. N. Y., Science Press, 1910. vii, 596 p. R920C295a Dumas, Alexandre, pere: Crimes of Ali Pacha and others. Lond., Methuen, (1908). xiii, (1), 427 p. 923.41A41 Crimes of the Borgias, and others. Ed. 2. Lond., Methuen, (1911). xii p, 2 1., 428 p. 923.41B645 Crimes of Brenvilliers, and Methuen, (1908). the Marquise de others. Lond., ix, (1), 452 p. 923.41B772 -Crimes of Urbain Grandier, and others. Lond., Methuen, (1907). xii, (1), 472 p. 923.41G763 -- y Memoirs; tr. by E. M. Waller; with an introduction by Andrew Lang. Lond., Methuen, (1907). 6 vols. 928.43D891am Emerson, Ralph Waldo: Journals, with annotations by E. W. Emerson and W. E. Forbes. Bost., Houghton, 1910. 4 vols. 921Em34aj Funston, Frederick: Memories of two wars: Cuban and Philippine experiences. N. Y., Scribner, 1911. xv p., 1 1., 451 p. 921F965am Gheusi, Pierre B.: Gambetta: life and letters. Tr. by V. M. Montagu. N. Y., Appleton, 1910. 365 p. 921G1426g Hamilton, Allan McLane: Intimate life of Alexander Hamilton. N. Y., Scribner, 1911. xii, (1), 483 p. 921H18h Hearn, Lafcadio: Japanese letters of Lafcadio Hearn. Ed. by E. Bisland. Bost., Houghton, 1910. Ix, 468 p. 921H3514al Howells, William Dean: My Mark Twain: reminiscences and criti cisms. N. Y. and Lond., Harper, 1910. 921C591h Ingram, John H.: True Chatterton: a new study from original documents. N. Y., Scribner; Lond., Unwin, n. d. 344 p. 921C3928i Johnson, William Henry: World's discoverers: the story of bold voyages by brave navigators during a thousand years. Bost., Little, c1910. xx p., 2 1., 416 p. 910J639 Matthews, James Brander: Moliere, his life and works. N. Y., Scribner, 1910. x, (1), 385 p. 921M733m Modjeska, Helena: Memories and impressions of Helena Modjeska: an autobiography. N. Y., Macmillan, 1910. ix, (1), 571 p. 921M7216 IMonypenny, William Flavelle: Life of Benjamin Disraeli. N. Y., Macmillan, 1911. ix, 401 p. 921B3568m Morris, J.: Makers of Japan. Lond., Methuen, 1906. xix p., 1 1., 330 p. 920M8326 Paullin, Charles Oscar: Commodore John Rodgers. Cleveland, Clark, 1910. 434 p. 921R616p Petre, Francis Loraine: Simon Bolivar, "El Libertador." Lond., and N. Y., Lane, 1910. xv, 459 p. 921B638p Platt, Thomas Collier: Autobiography. N. Y., Dodge, 1910. xxii, (1), 556 p. 921P6976 Smith, Goldwin: Reminiscences; ed. by Arnold Haultain. N. Y., Macmillan, 1911. xv, (1), 477 p. 921Sm576 Stephens, Alexander Hamilton: Recollections: his diary kept when a prisoner at Fort Warren, Boston Harbour, 1865. N. Y., Doubleday, 1910. xiii, (1), 572 p. 921St44ar Trowbridge, William Rutherford Hayes: Cagliostro: the splendour and misery of a master of magic. N. Y., Dutton, 1910. xv, (1), 312 p. 921C1178t

Page  24 24 RECENT ACCESSIONS Trowbridge, William Rutherford Hayes: Seven splendid sinners. N. Y., Brentano's 1910. xii, 343 p. 920.7T7588s Contents.-Duchesse de Chateauroux, 1717-44; Ehrengard Melusina von der Schulenburg, Duchess of Kendal, 166' — 1743; Catherine II, empress of Russia. 1729-96; Elizabeth Chudleigh, Duchess of Kingston, 1720-88; Comtesse de Lamotte, 1756-91; Duchesse de Polignac, 1749-93; Lola Montez, 1818-61; Sources. Villard, Oswald Garrison: John Brown, 1800-1859. Bost., Houghton, 1911. xiv, (1), 738 p. 921B8136v Wilde, Oscar: Life: with critical estimate of his writings. Lond., and N. Y., Keller, 1907. x, 296 p. (Uniform ed. with works.) 921.2W645 RELIGIOUS, EDUCATIONAL, ETC. Dunham, William Russell: Science of human life. The world's postponed problem; the operative plan of vital force. Bost., Badger, 1910. 189 p. 570D92 Dunton, Larkin: Normal course in spelling for public and private schools: advanced book. N. Y., Silver, c1896. 128 p. 428.1D92 Ball, Sir Robert Stawell: Earth's beginning. Lond., N. Y., Cassell, 1909. xvi, 384 p. 523B21e Star-land. Lond., N. Y., Cassell, 1908. viii, 388 p. 523B21s Talks with young people about the wonders of the heavens. Beitzel, A. J.: Advanced wordbuilder. Phila., Sower, c1894. 204 p. 428.1B39 Spelling-book designed for use in grammar and high schools, grades, academies, and normal schools; containing systematic and progressive exercises in word-building, word-analysis, defining, and composition. Brown, Goold: Institutes of English grammar, methodically arranged. N. Y., Wood, 1825. Revised, 312 p. 425B81 Designed for the use of schools, academies, and private learners. Browne, Gordon Parker: Essence of religion. Bost., Houghton, 1910. vi, 298 p. 252B68e Buehler, Huber Gray: Modern English Grammar. N. Y., Newson 1906. vi, 300 p. 425B86 Edghill, Ernest Arthur: Spirit of power as seen in the christian church in the second century. Lond., Arnold, 1910. x, 1, 324 p. 270E374 Fernald, James Champlin: Working grammar of the English language. N. Y. and Lond., Funk, 1908. ix, 333 p. 425F39 Designed to give in simple statement the principles and methods of correct English speech and writing. Fewsmith, William; and Singer, E. A.: Elementary grammar of the English language. Phila., Sower, 1867. Revised ed. 146 p. 425F43 Gibbs, David: Advanced English grammar and composition. N. Y., Amer. Bk. Co., 1908. 592 p. (Insular language series.) 425G35 Gordon, George Angier: Religion and miracle. Best., Houghton, 1910. lxxviii, 283 p. 231.7G65 Guilford, A. B.; and Lovell, Aaron: Guilford speller with word studies and dictionary work. Bost., Ginn, 1911, iv, 170 p. 428.1G94 Harper, William Rainey; and Burgess, I. B.: Inductive studies in English grammar. N. Y., Amer. Bk. Co., 1894. 96 p. 425H234 Hill, Adams Sherman: Our English. N. Y., Chautauqua Press, 1890. xv, 245 p. 420H55 Harrington, H. F.: Grades spelling-book N. Y., Harper, 1884. 2 vols. in 1. 428.1H238g Hyde, Mary Frances: Practical English grammar for ungraded schools, academies and lower grades in high schools. Bost., Heath, 1900. vii, 201 p. 425H99 Buckham, John Wright: Personality and the christian ideal. Bost., Pilgrim Press, 1909. xvi, 263 p. 233.6B86p

Page  25 RECENT ACCESSIONS 25 Kerl, Simon: Common school grammar. N. Y., Ivison; Chicago, Griggs, 1886. iv, 350 p. 425K45 Lyte, Eliphalet Oram: Elements of grammar and composition. N. Y., Amer. Bk. Co., 1898. 224 p. 425L99 Mathews, William: Words; their use and abuse. Chic., Griggs, 1882. 381 p. 428.3M42w McGuffey, William Holmes: Eclectic spelling book. N. Y., Amer. Bk. Co., c1907. 144 p. (Revised.) 428.1M17 Newson, Sydney, C.; and Newson, Mrs. Levona: Grammar. Bost., Ginn, 1904. 144 p. (Philippine English series.) 425N47 Plain English. Cleveland, Practical textbook Co., 1892. viii, 224 p. 425P69 Practical work on the English language for use in public and private schools, academies, commercial colleges, and for private learners. Podmore, Frank: Newer spiritualism. N. Y., Holt, 1911. 1 1., 320 p. 134P752 Raub, Albert N.: Normal speller, Phila., Sower, c1865. 198 p. 428.1R19 Embracing a systematic classification of over ten thousand of the most important words of the English language. Rice, Joseph Mayer: Rational spelling book. N. Y., Amer. Bk. Co., c1898. 2 v. 428.1R36 Sheldon's word studies N. Y., Sheldon & Co., 1886. 196 p. 428.3Sh43 Southworth, Gordon Augustus; and Goddard, E. B.: Elements of composition and grammar. Bost., Leach, 1899. iv, 1, 300 p. 425So89 Swan, William Draper: Spellingbook. Phila., Thomas, Cowperthwait & Co., 1851. 148 p. 428.1Swl Consists of words in columns and sentences for oral and written exercises; together with prefixes, affixes, and important roots from the Greek and Latin languages. Swinton, William: New language lessons; an elementary grammar and composition. N. Y., Amer. Bk. Co., 1877. vii, 1, 192 p. 425Sw6 Tarbell, Horace Sumner: Tarbell's lessons in language. First book. Bost., Ginn, 1890. 214 p. 425T17 Welsh, Judson Perry: Practical English Grammar, with lessons in composition and letter writing. Phila., Sower, c1889. viii, 272 p. 425W46 Whitney, William Dwight: Essentials of English Grammar. Bost., Ginn, 1877. 260, 16 p. 425W61 FICTION Alger, Horatio, jr.: Adrift in New York; or, Tom and Florence braving the world. N. Y., Hurst, n. d. +A135a Grimshaw, Beatrice Ethel: When the red gods call. N. Y., Moffat, 1911. G884w Harrison, Mrs. Mary St. Leger (Lucas Malet, pseud.): The golden galleon. N. Y., Doran c1910. H247g Locke, William John: The glory of Clementina. N. Y., Lane, 1911. L796g Obenchain, Eliza Caroline (Calvert; Eliza Calvert Hall, pseud.): The land of long ago. Bost., Little, 1909. Ob261 Packard, iron at Big c1911. Frank Lucius: On the Cloud. N. Y., Crowell, P122o Page, Gertrude: Winding paths. N. Y., Appleton, 1911. P1426w Pemberton, Max: Swords reluctant. N. Y., Dillingham, c1912. P369sw Published in London under the title "War and the woman." Peple, Edward Henry: Littlest rebel. N. Y., Moffat, 1911. +P3941 Perrin, Alice Robinson (Mrs. Charles Perrin): The charm. N. Y., Fitzgerald, n. d. P4288c

Page  26 26 RECENT ACCESSIONS Phelps, Elizabeth Stuart: Comrades. N. Y., and Lond., Harper, 1911. P2122c Potter, David: I fasten a bracelet. Phila., and Lond., Lippincott, 1911. P851i Ramsey, Rina: The way of a woman. N. Y., Dodd, 1911. R1488w Rayner, Emma: The dilemma of Engeltie. Bost., Page, 1911. R2186d Robinson, Harry Perry: Essence of honeymoon. N. Y., Lond., Har- per, 1911. R5622e Rohlfs, Mrs. Katharine (Green): Initials only. N. Y., Dodd, 1911. R636i Savallo, Donia Teresa de: The house of the lost court. N. Y., McClure, 1908. Sa939h Sedgwick, Anne Douglas (Mrs. Basil de Selincourt): Franklin Winslow Kane. Century, 1910. Se28f - Tante. Century, 1912. Se28t Sharber, Kate Trimble: At the age of Eve. Merrill, 1911. Sh23a Sharts, Joseph: Vintage. Duffield, 1911. Sh244v Sheehan, Rev. Patrick Augustine: Queen's fillet. Longmans, 1911. Sh352q Sheets, Mrs. Emily Churchill (Thompson): In Kali's country. Revell, 1910. Sh377i Sherman, Charles: He comes up smiling. Bobbs-Merrill, 1912. Sh55h Shute, Henry A.: Country lawyer. Houghton, 1911. Sh94c Smith, Mrs. Elizabeth Thomasina (Meade): A girl of the people. N. Y., Hurst, n. d. +Sm55g The rebel of the school. N. Y., Hurst, n. d. +Sm55r Smith, Horace: Captain Unafraid. Harper, 1912. Sm586c Spofford, Mrs. Harriet Elizabeth (Prescott): Making of a fortune. Harper, 1911. Sp63m Stacpoole, Henry de Vere: Patsy. N. Y., Duffield, 1911. Stl2p Stuyvesant, Alice: Vanity box. Doubleday, 1911. St99y Taylor, Mary Imlay; and Sabine, Martin: Lotus lantern. Little, 1911. T2161 Tennyson, Alfred: A portentous history. N. Y., Duffield, 1911. T258p Tinseau, Leon de: The decision. N. Y., Dillingham, c1912. T497d Train, Arthur, ed.: Confessions of Artemas Quibble. Scribner, 1911. T682c Troop, Mrs. Edna Willa (Sullivan; Scota Sorin, pseud.): Pendulum. Duffield, 1910. T753p Tuttle, Margaretta: His wordly goods. Merrill, 1912. T887h Van Saanen, Marie Louise: Blind who see. Century, 1911. V36b Van Vorst, Marie: Broken bell. Merrill, 1912. V379b Walk, Charles Edmonds: Silver blade. Burt, 1908. W15s Yellow circle. Burt, 1909. W15y Webster, Jean: Just Patty. N. Y., Century, 1911. +W394ju Wells, Carolyn: Chain of evidence. Lippincott, 1912. W4626c - Gold bag. Phila., Lond., Lippincott, 1911. W4626g -.- Patty at home. N. Y., Dodd, 1912. +W4626p - Patty in Paris. N. Y., Dodd, 1911. -W4626p2 - Patty in the city. N. Y., Dodd, 1911. +W4626p3 Patty's friends. N. Y., Dodd, 1911. +W4626p4

Page  27 RECENT ACCESSIONS 27 Wells, Carolyn: Patty's motor car. Dodd, 1911. W4626p Patty's pleasure trip. N. Y., Dodd, 1910. +W4626p6 Patty's Dodd, 1911. success. N. Y., +W4626p7 - Patty's summer days. N. Y., Dodd, 1911. +W4626p8 Wells, Morris Benjamin: Five gallons of gasoline. Dodd, 1911. W4632f Wharton, Mrs. Edith Newbold (Jones): Ethan Frome. Macmillan, 1911. W555e White, Grace Miller: From the valley of the missing. Watt, 1911. W5832f White, Grace Miller: When tragedy grins. Watt, 1912. W5832w Whitlock, Brand: Fall Guy. Merrill, 1912. W59f Wister, Owen: Padre Ignacio, or, The song of temptation. N. Y., and Lond., Harper, 1911. W768p Woodrow, Mrs. Nancy Mann (Waddell; Mrs. Woodrow Wilson): Sally Salt. Merrill, 1911. W86062s Wyllarde, Dolf (pseud.): The riding master. Ed. 3. N. Y., Lane, 1911. W978r Wynne, May: For Charles the rover. N. Y., Fenno, n. d. W9898f Yang Ping Yu: Love story of a maiden of Cathay. Revell, 1911. Y161 LIST OF WORKS IN THE FILIPINIANA DIVISION RELATING TO THE STUDY OF THE BIBLIOGRAPHY OF THE PHILIPPINE ISLANDS. PART II Artigas y Cuerva, Manuel: Resefia hist6rica de la Real y Pontificia Universidad de Sto. Tomas de Manila. Dedicada al tercer centenario de esta insigne instituci6n. Manila, [Sto. Tomas], 1911. 464 p. 31.5 cm. -Revoluciones filipinas. Sucesos de Cavite en 1872 y los acontecimientos desarrollados desde 1896. In "Biblioteca Nacional Filipina", Manila, 1909. -Secci6n Bibliografica. In "Biblioteca Nacional Filipina". Manila, nos. 1-22, Oct. 1908-July 1910. - Teatro y artistas filipinos. In "Renacimiento Filipino", Mar. 21, 1911. - (Pseud., "Un Filipino"): Un filipinologo ilustre. Prof. Ferdinand Blumentritt. In "Renacimiento Filipino", Aug. 14, 1910. -Un nuevo libro de Kalaw. Teorias Constitucionales. In "Re nacimiento Filipino", Manila, no. 99, July 21, 1912. -- Una nueva produccion del Fiscal Villamor. Tratado de elecciones 6 comentarios a la ley electoral de Filipinas. In "Renacimiento Filipino", Manila, no. 73, Jan. 7, 1912. Volcanes y volcanismo. Estudio bibliografico. In "Renacimiento Filipino", Manila, nos. 35, 38, and 44, Mar. 21-May 28, 1911. Asuncion, Dolores: The first and greatest filipino chemist (Anacleto del Rosario y Rosales). In "The College Folio", Manila, Oct., 1910. Bantayan, Martin: Ang Kaarawan ni Balagtas. In "Renacimiento Filipino", Manila, no. 84, Mar. 28, 1912. Barrantes, Vicente: Collecci6n de corridos presentada por el —. Madrid, 1887. In "Catalogo de la exposici6n general de las Islas Filipinas celebrada en Madrid", Madrid, Ri

Page  28 28 PHILIPPINE BIBLIOGRAPHY cardo Fe, 1887, appendix, pp. 713 -732. El teatro tagalo. Madrid, Manuel G. Hernandez, 1890. 199 p. 23 cm. - Escritores que han producido los conventos de Filipinas. In Appendix, iv, pp. 253-256, of "Apuntes interesantes sobre las Islas Filipinas que pueden ser iutiles para hacer las reformas convenientes y productivas para el pais y para la naci6n, Madrid, Imprenta de "El Pueblo", 1869. -Guerras piraticas de Filipinas contra mindanaos y joloanos. Madrid, G. Hernandez, 1878. xvi, 448 p. 21 cm. - Secci6n hispano-ultramarina. El doctor Blumentritt y sus iultimas publicaciones hispano-filipinos-Las de Quioquiap y D. Wenceslao E. Retana-Movimiento linguistico-Trabajos de un Misionero jesuita y del Sr. Pardo de TaveraNueva revista La Alhambr'a. In "La Espafia Moderna", Madrid, no. 60, Sept., 1899, pp. 133-148. -Seccion hispano-ultramarina. La novela Noli me tdngere es la mejor obra de D. J. Rizal. In "La Espaia Moderna", Madrid, no. 13, Jan., 1890, pp. 161-192. Barrows, David P.: A history of the Philippines. N. Y., [1905]. 332 p. 18.5 cm. Same. Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill, [1907]. Becker, George F.: Report on the geology of the Philippine Islands. In 21st annual report of the U. S. Geol. Survey (Washington, Government Printing Office, 1901, 56th Congress, 2nd sess., House doc. No. 5), part iii, pp. 487-614. On pp. 594-605 is a list of books and papers that treat of Philippine geology. Bibliografia. Cartas de los PP. Misioneros Jesuitas a su R. P. Superior. In "La Ilustracion Filipina", Manila, Apr. 28, 1892. Bibliografia. Cuestiones filipinas por D. Eduardo P. Casal y Ochoa. In "La Solidaridad", Barcelona, p. 29, Feb. 28, 1889. Bibliografia Filipina. In "El Renacimiento", Mar. 7, 1904. Bibliografia. "Noli me tangere" ante la imparcialidad. In "La Solidaridad", Barcelona, July 15, 1889, p. 125. Bibliography of the Philippine Islands. Wash., Government Printing Office, 1903. xxi, 397, (1), 439 p. 23 cm. This work consists of two independent bibliographies: 1. A list of books (with references to periodicals) in the Library of Congress, by A. P. C. Griffin. With chronological list of maps in the Library of Congress, by P. Lee Philips. 2. Biblioteca Filipina, by T. H. Pardo de Tavera. It was issued as Senate Doc. No. 74, of the 57th Congress, 2nd sess. Both parts were also issued separately. Biblioteca historica filipina. In "La Ilustraci6n Filipina," Manila, May 7, 1892. Blair, Emma H.; and Robertson, James A.: The Philippine Islands, 1493-1898. Cleveland, Clark, 1901 -1909. See Bibliography, vol. 53, and bibliographical list, vol. 54, pp. 100-131. Blumentritt, Ferdinand: Die Tinguianen (Luzon). Aus dem Spanischen des D. Isabelo de los Reyes frei Uibersetzt und mit Anmerkungen versehen. Wien, Verlag von Eduard Holzel 1887. p. 32, 1 map. 23 cm. Dos cartas interesantes del Dr. Rizal. In "La Independencia," Jan., 1899. - Dos obras notables. Album de tipos filipinos, Luzon Norte, por A. B. Meyer. In "La Solidaridad," Barcelona, Dec. 31, 1892. El "Noli me tangere" de Rizal juzgado por el Profesor — Barcelona, Imprenta Iberica de Francisco Torras. 1889. p. 38. 21.5 cm. Esbozos y pinceladas. Consideraciones sobre el libro de Quio

Page  29 PHILIPPINE BIBLIOGRAPHY 29 quiap. In "La Solidaridad," Barcelona, nos. 49 and 50, Feb. 15 and 28, 1891. - Las confesiones y las inexac- titudes del M. R. P. Fr. Jose Rodriguez, 0. S. A. In "La Solidaridad," Barcelona, Aug. 31, 1889, p. 156. Lo que escribieron los extranjeros sobre Filipinas. Apuntes bibliograficos. In "La Solidaridad," Barcelona, nos. 100, 101, 103, 105 -107, 109, Mar.-Aug., 1893. Neuere Werke fiber die Philippinen. [Wien, 1895]. In "Kaiserliche-konigliche geographische Gesellschaft in Wien," 38, pp. 228 -248. (This was also printed as a separate. ) Vocabular einzelner Ausdricke und Redensarten, welche dem Spanischen der philippinischen Inseln eigenthtimlich sind. Mit einem Anhange: Biblioteca philippina. Alphabetisch geordnete Sammlung einer Anzahl von Druckschriften und Manuscripten linguistischen, geographischen, etnographischen, historischen und naturwissenschaftlichen Inhaltes, die auf die Philippinen Bezug haben. viii, 131, (1), (6), 64 p. Brief Biography of the Members of the honorary board of Filipino commissioners to the Louisiana Purchase Exposition. Wash., Government Printing Office, 1904. 11 p. 23 cm. Bureau of Science, Manila: Publications. Manila, Bureau of Printing, 1911. (2), 8, (2), p. 23 cm. Calderon, Felipe G.: Rizal en la Historia de Filipinas. In "Revista Hist6rica," Manila, no. 2, June, 1905. Wilhelm Tell. In "Enciclopedia Filipina," Manila, no. 3, April, 1908, pp. 241-246. Calvo Marcos, Manuel: Catalogo de la Biblioteca del Congreso de los Diputados. Madrid, Imprenta de los hijos de J. A. Garcia. 1889 -93. 2 vols. 28.5 cm. Cano, Gaspar, O.S.A.: Catalogo de los religiosos de N.P.S. Agustin de la provincia del Smo. Nombre de Jesus de Filipinas desde su establecimiento en estas islas hasta nuestros dias, con algunos datos biograficos de los mismos. Manila, Ramirez y Giraudier, 1864. 336 p. 20 cm. Caro y Mora, Juan: La Prensa Filipina. Madrid, 1898. In "La Politica de Espaia en Filipinas," vol. 8, pp. 69-71. Catalogo de la exposicion general de las Islas Filipinas celebrada en Madrid. Inaugurada por S. M. la Reina Regente el 30 de Junio de 1887. Madrid, Ricardo Fe, 1887. viii, 732 p., 1 map. 21 cm. Catalogo de la secci6n espafiola en la exposicion universal de Paris de 1889. Paris, 1889. Imprenta central de los Ferrocarriles. 256 p. 17 cm. Catalogo de las cartas, pianos, vistas, libros, etc., pertenecientes a la Direccion de Hidrografia. Madrid, Calle de Alcala, num. 56, Junio de 1888. 112 p. 20.5 cm. Catalogo de los objetos presentados en la exposici6n regional de Filipinas inaugurada en Manila el dia 23 de Enero de 1895. Manila, Chofre, 1896. 542, 34 p. 22.5 cm. Catalogo general de la libreria "Manila Filatelica." Manila, Calle Soler, no. 453, Sta. Cruz, 1909. 96 p. 18.5 cm. Catalogue of charts, sailing directions, and tide tables of the Philippine Islands. Published by the United States Coast and Geodetic Survey, Jan. 1, 1903. Manila, Bureau of Printing, 1903. 5 p. 22.5 cm. Same. 1905. 17 p. 22.5 cm. i I 1 I Same. 1906. 17 p. 23 cm. i Same. 1910. 54 p. 23 cm.

Page  30 30 PHILIPPINE BIBLIOGRAPHY -'Catholic Encyclopedia. N.Y., R. Appleton, 1911. Vol. 12, p. 17. Coello, Ftrancisco: Conflicto Hispano-Aleman. Discurso pronuncia-.do en la sesi6n ordinaria del 27 de Agosto de 1885. In "Boletin de la Sociedad Geogr~afica de Madrid," Vol. 19 (Madrid, Fortanet, 1885), pp. 220-263. Coso, Miguel: Memoria de la "Biblioteca Historica-filipina." Madrid, 1897. In "La Politica de Espania en Filipinas," vol. 2, pp. 566-569. Craig, Austin: Los errores de Retana. Critica de su libro "Vida y escritos del Dr. Jose Rizal." Manila, Miranda y Castro, 1910. 29 p. 17 cm. Cuenco, Jose M.: Cebui. In "The Filipino," Sept., 1906. Cuesta, Hijos de J.: Catalogo de libros antiguos y curiosos, que se hallan de venta en la libreria de hijos de D. J. Cuesta. Madrid, Ti- pografia de los sucesores de Cuesta, 1892. Department of Public Instruction. Philippine Library. List of books, branch library, Baguio season of 1911. Manila, Bureau of Printing, 1911. 49 p. 18 cm. Same. 1912. 64 p. 17.5 cm. Documentos importantes. In "La Independencia," Sept. 20, 1898. Documentos politicos para la historia de Filipinas. In "Enciclopedia Filipina," Manila, no. 3, and 4, April and May, 1908. Separate pagination at end of each review. Presented in both Spanish and English. D. Sergio Osmefia en Cebui. In "Excelsior," Manila, No. 30, Mar. 31, 1906. pp. 290, 291. Dos poemas de D. Mariano Perfecto. Nota bibliografica (literatura panayana). In "La Ilustraci6n Filipina," Manila, Dec. 14, 1893. Egbert, Nelly Young: List of books in the American Circulating Library of Manila. Manila, Bureau of Printing, 1907. 256 p. 22.5 cm. El Gobernador Ide y la prensa. In "Excelsior," Dec. 15, 1905. El Hematosoario del paludismo de D. Antonio Luna y Novicio. Su estudio experimental. In "La Solidaridad," Sept. 15, 1893. El Heraldo de la Revolucion. In La "Repuiblica Filipina," Oct. 6, 1898. El historiografo Dr. Robertson y nuestra Revista. In "Biblioteca Nacional Filipina," Manila, no. 19, April, 1910. Elio, Vicente: Bibliografia filipina. Vida y escritos del Dr. Jose Rizal por el Sr. D. Wenceslao E. Retana. In "Enciclopedia Filipina," Manila, vol. 1, no. 2, March, 1908, pp. 126-137. - ibliografia Rizalina. In "Cultura Filipina," Manila, vol. 3, no. 2, June, 1911. Ensayo de un compendio de la vida y doctrina de Rizal. In "Cultura Filipina," Manila, vol. 4, no. 2, Feb., 1912. Filipinos ilustres y distinguidos. Iconografia filipina. In "Cultura Filipina," no. 6, Sept., 1910. Elmer, Emma O.: Report of the acting librarian of the American Circulating Library. Manila, 1905. In "6th annual report of the Philippine Commission, 1905," Wash., Government Printing Office, 1906, pt. 4, exhibit E. pp. 639-646. El P. Fernando Magaz de Cea. Agustino filipino. Barcelona, La Hormiga de Oro, 1892. 16 p. 19.5 cm. "El Renacimiento." In "Excelsior," Nov. 30, 1905. El tercer centenario de la imprenta. In "La Vanguardia," Manila, June 17, 1911. * In Periodical and Reference Division.

Page  31 PHILIPPINE BIBLIOGRAPHY 31 *Encyclopedia Britannica; New Werner ed. Akron, Werner, 1904, vol. 18, p. 753. *Encyclopaedia Britannica (Cambridge, England, University Press; N.Y. 35 W. 32nd St., 1911. 11th ed.) vol. 21, p. 400. En honor de Rizal. In "La Independencia," Nov. 4, 1898. Errores y deficiencias que se notan en la gramatica latina del P. (Gainza. In "La Independencia," Dec. 2, 1898. "Excelsior" ante la opini6n. In "Excelsior" Manila, No. 2. Favis, Asterio: Biographical sketch of Dr. Jose Rizal. In "The Filipino," Wash., Jan., 1906. pp. 8-10. Fernandez de Navarrete, Martin: Biblioteca maritima espafiola. Madrid, Imprenta de la Viuda de Calero, 1857. 2 vols. 24 cm. Fernando, Juan; and Fonseca, Joaquin: Historia de los PP. Dominicos en las Islas Filipinas y en sus misiones del Japon, China, Tung-kin y Formosa que comprende los sucesos principales de la historia general de este archipielago, desde el descubrimiento y conquista de estas islas por las flotas espaiolas, hasta el afio de 1840. Madrid, M. Rivadeneyra, 1870-72. 6 vols. Ferreiro, M.: Nota bibliografica. In "Boletin de la Sociedad Geografica de Madrid," vol. 22 (Madrid, Fortanet, 1867), pp. 368-369. Filipiniana. A history of the Philippines, by David P. Barrows. In "The Filipino," March, 1906, pp. 24, 25. Filipiniana. Civil government in the Philippines, by Dudley 0. McGovney. In "The Filipino," May, 1906, pp. 19, 20. *Fletcher, William I.: Index to general literature. Bost., A. L. A. Pub. Eoard, 1905. *Fletcher, William I.; and Bowker, R. R.: Annual literary annual, 1901, N. Y., Office of the Publishers' Weekly, 1902; 1902, id., 1903; 1903, id., 1904. *Fletcher, William I.; and Poole, Franklin 0.: Poole's index to periodical literature (1892-96). Third supplement. Bost., Houghton, 1897. *Fletcher, William I.; and Poole, Mary: Poole's index to periodical literature (1815-99); abridged ed., Bost., Houghton, 1901; id., (1897 -1902), fourth supplement, id., 1903; fifth suppl., id., 1908. *Fletcher, William I.; and others, eds.: Annual library index, 1910. N. Y., Office of the Publishers' Weekly, 1911. Fojas y Arca, Alejandro: Ang bagong babae. Album biografico de Filipinas ilustres. Maynila, Imprenta "Tagumpay," 1909. 32 p. 20.5 cm. Folleto interesante. Relaciones existentes entre americanos y filipinos desde la declaracion de la guerra entre Espaia y los Estados Unidos hasta la ocupacion de la plaza de Manila por las fuerzas Americanas y de algunos sucesos desarrollados con posterioridad al momento de esa ocupaci6n por Mr. A. H. Myers. In "La Independencia," Apr. 18, 1899. Folletos filipinos. In "La Solidaridad," Barcelona, no. 38 Aug. 31, 1890. Foradada, Francisco: Un libro notable. Madrid, 1898. In "La Politica de Espafia en Filipinas," vol. 8, pp. 36, 37. *Fortescue, G. K.: Subject index of the modern works added to the Library of the British Museum in the years 1881-1900. London, 1903. Vol. 3, pp. 187-190 (Lond., 1903); id., 1901-05, id., 1906, pp. 878, 879; 1906-10, id., 1911, pp. 979, 980. Francia y Ponce de Leon, Benito; and Gozalez Parrado, Julian: Noti * In Periodical and Reference Division.

Page  32 32 PHILIPPINE BIBLIOGRAPHY cias bibliograficas. In "Las Islas Filipinas," Mindanao, con varios documentos y un mapa (Habana. Imp. de la Subinspecci6n de Infanteria, 1898), vol. 2, pp. 181-327. Frutos de la lectura. Lo que dicen los libros. In "La Solidaridad," Barcelona, nos. 24, 33-35, 37, 39, 44-47, 56, 59, 63, 66, 68, 91, 95, 97, 104, 107, 108, 112, 124, and 128, Feb. 1, 1890-May 31, 1894. Gallardo, Bartolome Jose: Ensayo de una biblioteca espafiola de libros raros y curiosos... Madrid, M. Rivadeneyra, 1863-69. 4 vols. 26.5 cm. Garcia Rico, E.: Boletin bibliogrAfico de algunas obras antiguas y modernas, raras 6 curiosas. Madrid, 1908-1911. This contains many Philippine titles. Gayangos, Pascual de: Catalogue of the manuscripts in the Spanish language in the British Museum... London, Printed by order of the trustees, 1875-93. 4 vols. 25.5 cm. Gomez Platero, Eusebio, 0. S. F.: Catalogo biografico de los religiosos franciscanos de la provincia de San Gregorio Magno de Filipinas. Manila, Sto. Tomas, 1880. 813, lx p. 21 cm. Gonzalez de Barcia, Andres: Epitome de la biblioteca oriental, y occidental, nautica, y geografica, en que se contienen los escritores de las Indias orientales y occidentales, y reinos convecinos China, Tartaria, Japon, Persia, Armenia, Etropia y otras partes. Madrid, Francisco Martinez Abad, 1737-38. 3 vols. 30 cm. Gonzalez Liquete, Leoncio. En la cuna de Rizal. Ensayo de investigaci6n hist6rica basado en documentos oficiales ineditos acerca de los sucesos de Kalamba. In "La Vanguardia," Manila, June 7, 1911. Fastos de la colonizaci6n espafiola en Filipinas. In "Cultura Filipina," Manila, no. 4, July, 1911. Gonzalez Paramos, Jose: 'puntes para la histfoaia de la imprenta en Iloilo. In "Cultura Filipina," Manila, no. 3, June, 1911. Apuntes sobre la primera imprenta y el primer periodico en Iloilo. In "Cultura Filipina," no. 3, June, 1910. - Apuntes para la historia de la Imprenta en Iloilo (1875-1911). Iloilo. "La E-ditorial," 1911. 30 p. 19.5 cm. Govantes, Felipe M. de: Flora Filipina. In Appendice no. 27. p. clxxvii of "Compendio de la historia de Filipinas," Manila, Sto. Tomas, 1877. 534, cxcviii p. 20 cm. Griffin, A. P. C.: List of books (with references to periodicals) on the Philippine Islands in the Library of Congress... With chronological list of maps in the Library of Congress by P. Lee Phillips. Wash., Government Printing Office, 1903, xv, 397 pp. 26 cm. See above "Bibliography of the Philippine Islands." List of Books (with references to periodicals) relating to the theory of colonization, government of dependencies, protectorates, and related topics. Wash., Government Printing Office, 1900. vi, 131 p. 23.5 cm. List of works relating to the American occupation of the Philippine Islands, 1898-1903. Wash., Government Printing Office, 1905. 100 p. 25.5 cm. Reprinted from list of books (see above with additions to 1905). *Griffin, Grace Gardner: Writings on American history. 1906, N. Y., Macmillan, 1908; 1907, id., 1909; 1908, id., 1910. *Guthrie, Anna Lorraine: Readers' guide to periodical literature. Vol. 1, 1900-1904; vol. 2, 1905-1909. Minneapolis, Wilson, 1905, and 1910. * In Periodical and Reference Division.

Page  33 0 2. q M )1 S-r THi E GCOVEI:RNNM EINT F 1 IlE PHI.IPPINE, ISLANDS DE'PARTMENT IOF PUBILIC INSTRUCTION, P P t IJI P I'IN EI II A ICI Y BULLETIN PH L IPPIN-'I OF THE PHILIPPINE LIBRARY VOILUME I N()VEMBER, 1912 NUMBER 3 CONTENTS THE FILIPINIANA DIVISION - 35 37 DUPIJCATES OF FILIPINIANA DIVISION OFFERED FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE -37, 38 RECENT ACCESSIONS - - - -38 44 LIST OF WORKS IN THIE FILIPINIANA DIVISION RELATING TO TIHE STUDY OF TIlE BIBLIOGRAPHY OF THE PIIILIPPINE ISLANDS. PART III --- -- 44 48 N A N I I A BUREAU ()F iPRINTING 1912 114213

Page  34 PHILIPPINE LIBRARY BOARD Ex officio: NEWTON W. GILBERT, Secretary of Public Instruction DEAN C. WORCESTER, Secretary of the Interior GREGORIO ARANETA, Secretary of Finance and Justice Appointive: GRANT T. TRENT, Justice of the Supreme Court LAWRENCE E. GRIFFIN, Associate Professor of Zo6logy, and Dean, College of Liberal Arts, University of the Philippines Secretary: MCQUEEN S. WIGHTMAN. PHILIPPINE LIBRARY OFFI(CEIRS JAMES A. ROBERTSON, Librarian SYRENA MCKEE, Chief Cataloguer BESSIE A. DWYER, Chief, Circulating Division (American Circulating Library) MANUEL ARTIGAS Y CUERVA, Curator, Filipiniana Division 34

Page  35 BULLETIN OF THE PHILIPPINE LIBRARY VOL. I NOVEMBER, 1912 No. 3 THE FILIPINIANA DIVISION During the Spanish regime, a beginning was made toward the formation of a Filipiniana Collection by the government institution, MuseoBiblioteca de Filipinas. Unfortunately, this collection (although small, yet numbering some titles of value) was neglected during the earlier years of American occupation, and was finally only partially saved from utter loss through the care of the director of education, who heard of its existence. The first action of the American government looking toward the collection and conservation of material relating to the history of the Philippines (outside of the government archives), was the enactment on March 17, 1903, of Act No. 688. In accordance with the terms of that act, the Filipin3 scholar, Jose Clemente Zulueta, was appointed collecting librarian with duties "under the supervision and direction of the Civil Governor, to visit the countries of Europe, Mexico, and elsewhere for the purpose of purchasing books and manuscripts relating to the history of the Philippine Islands, making historical researches into said history, procuring copies of official documents relating thereto, with the view to the foundation in Manila, of a public historical library upon the subject of the Philippine Islands." Before his sudden death in 1904, Mr. Zulueta was able to collect numerous copies of MSS. from Spanish and other European archives, and to purchase some books. After his death, Sr. Manuel Ballesteros, of the Archivo General de Indias, at Seville, was commissioned to procure copies of other MSS. in that institution, but this work was soon discontinued. All the material collected was stored in the offices of the Executive Bureau in Manila. In 1906, the American Circulating Library became a division of the Bureau of Education. One of the early acts of the director of that bureau, who was greatly interested in the conservation of Filipiniana, was the creation of a Filipiniana section in the above library. In this separate section (inadequately housed) were placed those books of the old MuseoBiblioteca de Filipinas that were recovered, and a few others. This was the nucleus of the present Filipiniana Division of the Philippine Library. 35

Page  36 36 THE FILIPINIANA DIVISION In November, 1907, a proposed bill for the establishment of a Philippine Public Library, was introduced into the first session of the Philippine Assembly by delegates Paterno and Arejola. After full consideration by both Commission and Assembly, the bill, with various amendments, was finally enacted into law (Act No. 1849) on June 3, 1908. Section 2 of this law, declares: "A committee of three, to be known as "The Philippine Public Library Committee," shall be appointed by the Governor-General and the Speaker of the Assembly, and shall collect, select for purchase, and purchase, out of the funds appropriated by this Act, such books, papers, documents and periodicals relating to the Philippines and to the history thereof, and such other books, papers, documents, and periodicals, as to said committee may seem proper for the establishment and the uses and purposes of the Philippine Public Library. It shall be the duty of said committee to make a careful investigation of all books, papers, documents, and periodicals now in the hands of the Government relating to the Philippines and to the history thereof, and to make due report of its investigations to the Governor-General, who, upon the recommendation of said committee, may direct the transfer of all said books, papers, documents, and periodicals not required for official purposes to the Philippine Public Library upon the appointment of the librarian provided for by this Act." However, this admirable act was never carried out, for in May 1909, all the government libraries and collections in Manila were consolidated into one library (see Bulletin No. 1), for the sake of better economy and administration; and by virtue of this new act, the Filipiniana section of the American Circulating Library became the Filipiniana Division of the Philippine Library. On July 1, 1910 the division entered upon its real existence. After removal from the Bureau of Education Building to the inadequate quarters on Calle Cabildo, two small rooms were assigned for the housing and administration of its books. Yet, despite the cramped space, the work of the division expanded almost immediately. With removal into the present library building, where large airy rooms were assigned it, the division assumed its proper place in the economy of the library, and its growth has been rapid. The first expansion to its books came through the purchase of the collection of James A. LeRoy, the well-known scholar of Philippine history and conditions. Following this, the books conserved in the Executive Bureau, about 700 in number, were transferred to the shelves of the division; and the copies of manuscripts obtained by Zulueta were transferred as well. But the greatest expansion came with the purchases of the rich and renowned collection of Jose Clemente Zulueta and Dr. T. H. Pardo de Tavera (the latter of which was made possible by special transfer of funds by the Governor-General). These accessions, while not making the Filipiniana collection complete, do make it the richest in existence.

Page  37 THE FILIPINIANA DIVISION 37 The division is most notable, perhaps, through its possession of the original MS. of Dr. Jose Rizal's Noli me tangere (which was bought by special appropriation of the Philippine Legislature), and that of his "Ultimo Adios." Fitting also is the housing here of all that is left of Rizal's private library-over nine hundred titles. Interest in the division is increasing daily. The students of the University of the Philippines are perhaps its most constant visitors, but many others both Filipinos and Americans resort thither for investigation. The history of the Philippine Islands may now )e studied here in its entirety. DUPILICATES OF FILIPINIANA DIVISION OFFERED FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE Abella y Casariego, Enrique: El Mayon 6 volcan de Albay (Filipinas). Publicado de real orden. Madrid, Tello, 1885. 23 p. 25.5 cm. -- El Monte Maquiling (Filipinas) y sus actuales emanaciones volcanicas. Publicado de real orden. Madrid, Tello, 1885. 28 p. 24 cm. Emanaciones volcanicas subordinadas al Malinao (Filipinas). Publicado de real orden. Madrid, Tello, 1885. 14 p. 24.5 cm. --- La Isla de Biliran (Filipinas) y sus azufrales. Publicado de real orden. Madrid, Tello, 1885. 15 cm. - Rpida descripci6n fisica, geol6gica y minera de la Isla de Cebui (Archipielago Filipino). Publicada de real orden. Madrid, Tello, 1886. 187 p. 26.5 cm. Terremotos de Nueva Vizcaya (Filipinas) en 1881. Informe acerca de ellos, seguido de unos apuntes fisicos y geologicos tomados en el viaje de Manila a dicha provincia. Madrid, Tello, 1884. 31 p. 23.5 cm. Acta sobre proclamaci6n de la independencia de Filpinas. Bacoor, 6 de Agosto de 1898. 6 p. 26 cm. Ahern, George P.: Annual Report of the Philippine Islands, Manila, Bureau of Printing, 1910. 25 p. 23 cm. Alcazar, Jose de: Historia de los dominios espafoles en Oceania. Filipinas. Manila, Atayde y Comp., 1895. 207 p. 18 cm. Algue, Jose, S. J.: Baguios 6 ciclones filipinos. Estudio te6ricopractico. Manila, Imprenta privada del observatorio, 1897. 307 p. 26.5 cm. - El Baro-ciclono-metro. Manila, Imprenta privada del observatorio, 1897. 66 p. 25.5 cm. The climate of the Philippines. Govt. Ptg. Office, 1904. 103 p. 23 cm. Algunos documentos relatives a la Universidad de Manila. Madrid, Manuel Minuesa de los Rios, Impresor, 1892. 37 p. 19.5 cm. Alonzo Fernandez, Manuel: Discurso leido en la Real y Pontificia Universidad de Santo Tomas de Manila en la solemne inauguraci6n del curso Academico de 1892 ia 1893. Manila, Sto. Tomas, 1892. 116, lx. p. 30.5 cm. Alvarez Cienfuegos, Jose: Discurso leido en la apertura anual de los estudios de la Real y Pontificia Universidad de Santo Tomas de Manila el dia 2 de Julio de 1883. Manila, Sto. Tomas, 1883. 91 p. 29 cm. Arana, Camilo de: Derrotero del Archipielago Filipino. Madrid, Imp. de los Sres. Rojas, 1879. xxxvi,

Page  38 38 DUPLICATES OF FILIPINIANA DIVISION 1233 p. with "Carta Indice del Archipielago Filipino". 22.5 cm. Artacho, Isabelo: Declaraci6n. carta y proclama. Hongkong, 1899. 28 p. 15.5 cm. Artigas, Manuel: Apendice al Manual del Empleado. Manila, Atayde y Comp., 1893. 365 p. 21 cm. - anual del Empleado. Compilacion de las disposiciones vigentes que afectan al personal de los distintos ramos de la Administracion de Ultramar. Manila, "El Eco de Filipinas," 1891. 675 p. 21 cm. Balaguer, Victor: Islas Filipinas. (Memoria) Madrid, Angeles, 1895. 80 p. 19 cm. Barrantes, Vicente: Apuntes interesantes sobre las Islas Filipinas que pueden ser utiles para hacer las reformas convenientes y productivas para el pais y para la naci6n. Madrid, Imp. de El Pueblo, 1869. 281 p. 19 cm. El Teatro Tagalo. Madrid, Gines Hernandez, 1890. 199 p. 23 cm. Guerras piraticas de Filipinas contra mindanaos y joloanos. Madrid, Hernandez, 1878. 448 p. 21 cm. La instruccion primaria en Filipinas. Madrid, "La Iberia", 1869. 174 p. 15 cm. Bernaldez, Emilio: Resefia historica de la guerra al sur de Filipinas sostenida por las armas espafoles contra los piratas de aquel archipielago desde la conquista hasta nuestros dias. Madrid, "Memorial de Ingenieros", 1857. 213 p. 22.5 cm. Blumentritt, Ferdinand: Consideraciones acerca de la actual situacion politica de Filipinas. Barcelona, Francisco Fossas, 1889. 51 p. 22. cm. Buencamino, Felipe: Refutacion del manifiesto del Sr. Paterno. 1898. Limb. ni J. Fajardo sa G. Dictatorial-Kamte. 2 1. 25.5 cm. Burguete, Ricardo: iLa Guerra! Filipinas. (Memorias de un herido.) Barcelona, Casa Editorial de Maucci, 1902. 239 p. 17.5 cm. RECENT ACCESSIONS HISTORY, ECONOMICS, ETC. (INCLUDING GEOGRAPHY, TRAVEL, AND DESCRIPTION) Aulard, FranCois Victor Alphonse: French revolution; a political history, 1789-1804 N. Y., Scribner, 1910. 4 vols. 994.04Au5 Autremer, Joseph d': Japanese empire and its economic conditions; tr. from the French. N. Y., Scribner; Lond., Unwin, 1910. 319. 915.2Au83 Beebe, Mrs. Mary Blair (Rice); and Beebe, C. W.: Our search for a wilderness. N. Y., Holt, 1910. xix, 408 p. 918.7B39 Account of two ornithological expeditions to Venezuela and to British Guinea. Bell, Gertrude Lowthian: Amurath to Amurath. N. Y., Dutton, 1911. xvii, (1), 370 p. 915.6B41 Bickmore, Albert Smith: Travels in the East Indian Archipelago. N. Y., Appleton, 1869. 553 p. 919.1B47t Bingham. Hiram: Across South America. Bost., Houghton, 1911. xvi, 405 p. 918B51 Account of a journey from Buenos Aires to Lima by way of Potosi, with notes on Brazil, Argentine, Bolivia, Chile, and Peru. Birt, Francis Bradley Bradley-: Through Persia from the gulf to the Caspian. N. Y., Dutton, 1909. x, 331 p. 915.5B539 Blakeslee, George Hubbard, ed.: China and the far east. N. Y.,

Page  39 RECENT ACCESSIONS 39 Crowell, 1910. xxii, 455 p. (Clark University lectures.) 915.1B585 Boulger, Demetrius Charles de Kavanagh: Belgian life in town and country. N. Y., Putnam, 1907. x, 321 p. (Our European neighbours, ed. by W. H. Dawson.) 914.93B66b Bracq, Jean Charlemagne: France under the republic. N. Y., Scribner, 1910. x, 1, 376 p. 944B726f Br6chner, Jessie: Danish life in town and country. N. Y., and Lond., Putnam, 1907. vii, 266 p. (Our European neighbours.) 914.89B78d Cannon, Henry Lewis: Reading references for English history. Bost., Ginn, c1910. xv, 559 p. 942C164 Christian, F. W.: Caroline Islands. N. Y., Scribner, 1899. xiii, (1), 412 p. 919.66C46 Clark, George Ramsay, and others: Short history of the U. S. navy. Phila., and Lond., Lippincott, 1911. 505 p. 973C5471 Clarke, Samuel R.: Among the tribes in south-west China. Lond., Phila., etc., China Inland Mission, 1911. xiv, (3), 315 p. 915.1C556 Collier, Price: West in the east from an American point of view. N. Y., Scribner, 1911. ix, p., 2 1., 534 p. 915C69w Davidson, Augusta M.: Presentday Japan. Lond., Unwin, 1907. 366 p. 915.2D28p Eliot, Charles William: Conflict between individualism and collectivism in a democracy: three lectures. N. Y., Scribner, 1910. vi, 135 p. (Univ. of Virginia, Babour-Page foundation.) 304E44 Elson, Henry William: Guide to English history for young readers. N. Y., Baker, 1911. viii, 298 p. +942E178 Esquemeling, John: Buccaneers of America. Lond., Sonnenschein, 1910. 21., xxxv, 508 p. 910Es68b An account of English and French piracy in the West Indies. Essays in American history dedicated to Frederick Jackson Turner. N. Y., Holt, 1910. vii, (1), 293 p. 973Es73 FitzGerald, John Driscoll: Rambles in Spain. N. Y., Crowell, [1910]. xviii, 310 p. 914.6F575r Folwell, William Watts: Minnesota; the North Star state. Bost., Houghton, [1908]. vi, (1), 382 p. (American Commonwealths.) 977.6F73 Garnett, Lucy Mary Jane: Turkish life in town and country. N. Y., and Lond., Putnam, 1908. viii, 336 p. (Our European neighbours.) 914.96G18t Garrison, George Pierce: Texas; a contest of civilization. B o st., Houghton, [1903]. v, (3), 320 p. (American Commonwealths). 976.4G19 George, W.: tieth century. xvi, 386 p. France in the twenN. Y., Lane, 1909. 914.4G293 Gould, Sabine Baring-; an d Bampfylde, C. A.: History of Sarawak under its two white rajahs, 1839-1908. xxii, (1), 464 p. 991.1G73 Greene, Francis Vinton: Revolutionary war and military policy of the U. S. N. Y., Scribner, 1911. xxi, (1), 350 p. 973.3G83 Grimshaw, Beatrice Ethel: New New Guinea. Phila., Lippincott; Lond., Hutchinson, 1911. viii, 322 p. 919.5G88 Hazen Charles Downer: Europe since 1815. N. Y., Holt, 1910. xxiv, (1), 830 p. 940.9H33e Heidenstam, Oscar Gustaf von: Swedish life in town and country. N. Y. and Lond., Putnam, 1911. viii, 11., 286 p. (Our European neighbours.) 914.85H36s Higgin, Lewis: Spanish life in town and country; with chapters on Portuguese life in town and country, by Eugene E. Street. N Y., and

Page  40 40 RECENT ACCESSIONS Lond., Putnam, 1910. x, 11., 325 p. (Our European neighbours.) 914.6H535s Hough, P. M.: Dutch life in town and country. N. Y. and Lond., Putnam, 1911. vii, 291 p. (Our European neighbours.) 914.92H81d Huntington, Ellsworth: Palestine and its transformation. B o s t., Houghton, 1911. xvii, 11., 443 p. 915.6H92p Jeffery, Reginald Welbury: New Europe, 1789-1889. Best., Houghton, 1911. viii p., 41., 401 p. 940.9J36 Landor, Arnold Henry Savage: Explorer's adventures in Tibet. N. Y., and Lond., Harper, 1910. vii p., 21., 276 p. + 915.15L2366e Lecky, William Edward Hartople: Historical and political essays. Lond., Longmans. 1909. 41., 324 p. 904L49 Loti, Pierre: Egypt. Tr. from the French by W. P. Baines. N. Y., Duffield, 1910. vi p., 11., 309 p. 916.2L914e Low, Alfred Maurice: American people. Vol. 1. A study in national psychology. Bost., Houghton, 1909. viii, 446p. 917.3L95 Macdonald, William, ed.: Select charters and other documents illustrative of American history, 1606 -1775. N. Y., and Lond., Macmillan, 1910. ix, 401 p. 973.2Mc145 Macy, Jesse: English constitution: a commentary on its nature and growth. N. Y., and Lond., Macmillan, 1909. xxii, 534 p. 342.42M119 Medley, Dudley Julius: Student's manual of English constitutional history. Ed. 4. Oxford, Blackwell; Lond., Simkin, 1907. xxviii, 650 p. 342.42M469 Meriwether, Lee: Seeing Europe by automobile. N. Y., Baker, 1911. 61., 415 p. 914M545 Mumm, Arnold Louis: F i ve months in the Himalaya: a record of mountain travel in Garhwal and Kasmir. Lond., Arnold, 1909. xvi, 11., 263 p. 915.4M92 Muinsterberg, Hugo: American problems from the point of view of a psychologist. N. Y., Moffat, 1910. [xii], 220 p. 824M928 Myers, Albert Cook, ed.: Narratives of early Pennsylvania, West New Jersey and Delaware, 1(630 -1707. N. Y., Scribner, 1912. xiv, 11., 476 p. (Original narratives of early American history.) 974.8M992m Nesbitt, Francis E.: Algeria and T.unis, painted and described. Lond., Black, 1906. vii, 11., 229 p. 916.5N36a Osgood, Herbert Levi: American colonies in the seventeenth century. N. Y. and Lond., Macmillan, 1904. 3 vols. 973.20s3 Palmer, Francis H. E.: AustroHungarian life in town and country. N. Y., and Lond., Putnam, [1910]. vii, 11., 301 p. 914.36P182a Palmer, Frederick: ica and its problems. 1910. xiv, 347 p. Central AmerN. Y., Moffat, 917.28P18c Account of a journey from the Rio Grande to Panama, with introductory chapters on Mexico and her relation to her neighbors. Perkins, James Breck: France in the revolution. Bost., Houghton, 1911. xix, (1), 544 p. 973.3P41f Phelps, Albert: Louisiana, a record of expansion. Bost., Houghton, 1905. vii, 21., 412 p 976.3P51 Ray, Perley Orman: Repeal of the Missouri Compromise. Cleveland, Clark, 1909. 315 p. 973.5R21m Reeves, William Pember: New Zealand. Lond., Black, 1908. ix, 11., 241 p. ' 919.3R25n Richman, Irving Berdine: California under Spain and Mexico, 1535 -1847. Bost., Houghton, 1911. xvi, 541 p. 979.4R41 Rhode Island, its making and its meaning. Ed. 2. N. Y. and Lond., Putnam, 1908. xv, (1), 560 p. (2 vols. in 1). 974.5R41

Page  41 RECENT ACCESSIONS 41 Robertson, James Alexander: Louisiana under the rule of Spain, France, and the United States, 1785 -1807. Cleveland, Clark, 1911. 2 vols. 978R547 Rockhill, William Woodville: Dairy of a journey through Mongolia and Tibet in 1891 and 1892. Wash., Smithsonian Inst'n., 1894. xx, 11., 413 p. 915.1R591d Seeley, Sir John Robert: Expansion of England: two courses of lectures. Bost., Little, 1909. viii, 309 p. 325Se34e Singleton, Esther: Guide to great cities for young travelers and others. Western Europe. N. Y., Baker, 1911. 295 p. 914Si64g Stawell, Mrs. Rodolph: Motor tours in Wales and the border countries. Bost., Page, 1909. xp., 11., 280 p. 914.29Stlm Stevenson, Robert Louis: Inland voyage; travels with a donkey. N. Y., Scribner, 1909. ixp., 21., 385 p. 914.4St48i Stokes, Adrian: Hungary, Lond., Black, 1909. xixp., 11., 320 p. 914.39St6h Story, Alfred Thomas: Swiss life in town and country. N. Y., and Lond., 1911. viii, 282 p. (Our European neighbours.) 914.94St76s Takehoshi, Yosaburo: Japanese rule in FIormosa. Lond., N. Y., etc., Longmans, 1907. xv, (1), 342 p. 951.2T13 Tangye, Harold Lincoln: In the torrid Sudan. Bost., Badger, 1910. xii, 300 p. 916.2T156 Thwaites, Reuben Gold: Wisconsin; the americanization of a French settlement. Bost., Houghton, 1908. viii, (1), 466 p. (American commonwealths.) 977.5T42w Treves, Sir Frederick: Uganda for a holiday. N. Y., Dutton, 1910. xip., 11., 233 p. 916.6T72u Villari, Luigi: Italian life in town and country. N. Y., and Lond., Putnam, [1910]. ix, 11., 327 p. 914.5V713i Wallace, Dillon: Beyond the Mexican Sierras. Chic., McClurg, 1910. xxxv, 11., 301 p. 917.2W155 Winter Nevin Otto: Brazil and her people of to-day. Bost., Page, 1910. x, 388 p. 918.1W73B Account of the customs, characteristics, amusements, history, and advancement of the Brazilians, and the developments and resources of their country. LITERATURE Bierce, Ambrose: Collected works. Lond., and Wash., Neale, 1909-11. 10 vols. 823B478 Contents.-Vol. I: Ashes of the beacon; Land beyond the blow; Vol. 2: In the midst of life; Tales of soldiers and civilians; Vol. 3: Can such things be? Vol. 4: Shapes of clay (poems); Vol. 5: Black beetles in amber (poems); Vol. 6: Monk and hangman's daughter; Fantastic fables; Vol. 7: Devil's dictionary; Vol. 8: Negligible tales; On with the dance; Epigrams; Vol. 9: Tangential views; Vol. 10: The opiniator. Benham, W. Gurney: Book of quotations, proverbs, and household words. Phila., Lippincott; Lond., Cassell, 1907. 41., 1256 p. R808.8B43 Campbell, Thomas: Poetical works. Phila., Butler, 1852. xiii, (14)-344 p. 821C154x - Complete poetical works; ed. by J. Logie Robertson. Oxford ed., Lond., N. Y., etc., Frowde, 1907. xxiv, 376 p. 821C154x1 Carman, William Blus, ed.: World's best poetry. Phila., Morris, c1904. 10 vols. 821C211 Carroll, G. D.: Art' of correspondence; usages of polite society. N. Y., Meriden Britannia Co., c1880. 2 vols. in 1. 808.6C23 Dumas, Alexandre, pere: Novels, complete. Bost., Little, Navarre ed. 50 vols. 843D891 Eliot, George: Complete works. Bost., Little, c1900, Nuneaton ed. 24 vols. 824E144

Page  42 42 RECENT ACCESSIONS Garrett, Phineas, ed.: garland. Phila., Penn., 9 vols. Speaker's 1909-10. 808.8G192s Stevenson, Robert Louis: Familiar studies of men and books. N. Y., Scribner, 1909. 51., 400 p. 824St48f Virginibus puerisque. N. Y., Scribner, 1909. 5 1., 358 p. 824St48v I Wilde, Oscar: Lond., and N. Y., vols. Complete works. Keller, 1907. 15 821W645 822.8.W645 824W645 los asfixiados, a los heridos en caso de accidente, y a los enfermos en caso de indisposici6n repentina; tr. del frances. Madrid, Rev. de Med. y Cirj. pract., 1888. xlp., 11., 300 p. 614.8F41p Mansfield, Milburg Francisco (Francis Miltoun, pseud.): Castles and chateaux of old Burgundy and the border provinces... with illus. produced by paintings by Blanche McManus. Bost., Page, 1909. xi, 333 p. 728.8M31c Millais, John Guille: Newfoundland and its untrodden ways. Lond. and N. Y., Longmans, 1907. xvi, 340 p. 799M61n Pilcher, James E.: First aid in illness and injury, comprised in a series of chapters on the human machine, its structure, its implements of repair, and the accidents and emergencies to which it is liable. N. Y., Scribner, 1892. xiip. 11., 304 p. 610P64 Roosevelt, Theodore: African game trails: an account of the African wanderings of an American hunter-naturalist. N. Y., Scribner, 1910. xvp., 11., 529 p. 799R677a FINE AND USEFUL ARTS, ETC. Angell, Emmett Dunn; Play; comprising games for the kindergarten, playground, schoolroom, and college: how to coach and play girl's basket ball. Bost., Little, 1910. xxvii, (1), 190 p. 790An43 Brewer, Robert W. A.: Art of Aviation: a handbook upon aeroplanes and their engines, with notes upon propellors. Ed. 2. N. Y. McGraw-Hill; Lond., Grosby, 1911. xvi, 278 p. 533.6B75a Brown, George: Melanesians and Polynesians: their life history compared and described. Lond., Macmillan, 1910. xvp., 11., 451 p. 572.99B81 Calvert, Albert Frederick; and Gallichan, Mrs. Catherine Gasquoine (Hartley): Prado: a description of the principal pictures, in the Madrid gallery. Lond., and N. Y., Lane, 1907. xvi, 49 p., 221 pl., 2 plans. (Span. ser., ed. by A. F. Calvert.) 708.6C131p Chapin, Charles Valve: Sources and modes of infection. N. Y., Wiley; Lond., Chapman, 1910. ixp 11., 299 p. Clark, Ida Hood: Domestic Science. Bost., Little, 1911. xip., 21., 290 p. 641C548 Ferrand, Eus.: Primeros auxilios a los envenenados, a los ahogados, a I I I I i I i i I i 1 I i I Short, Josephine Helena: Oberammergau. Ed. 2. N. Y., Crowell, [1910]. 84 p. 792Sh8 Tracy, Susan Edith: Studies in invalid occupation: a manual for nurses and attendants. Bost., Whitcomb, 1910. ix, 11., 175 p. 680T67 FICTION Bacheller, Irving Addison: Darrel of the Blessed Isles. Bost., Lothrop, c1903. Copy 3. B123d Bazin, Rene: Children of Alsace (Les oberles): N. Y., Lane 1912. B348c Davidee Birot, N. Y., Scribner, 1912. B348d Benson, Ramsey (i. e. Percival Ramsey): Knight in Denim. N. Y., Scribner, 1912. B4439k I

Page  43 RECENT ACCESSIONS 43 Beresford, John Davis: Candidate for truth: Bost., Little, 1912. B542c Blick, Mrs. Margaret Horton (Potter; Mrs. John Donald Black): The flame-gatherers. N. Y., Macmillan, 1904. Copy 2. B5616f Butt, Archibald Willingham: Both sides of the shield; with a foreword by William H. Taft, and a short account of the author's life. Phila., and Lond., Lippincott, 1912. B979 Chambers, Robert William: Japonette. N. Y. and Lond., Appleton, 1912. C3556j Currie, Barton Wood; and McHugh, Augustin: Officer 666. N. Y., H. K. Fly Co., c1912. C93581o Dickens, Charles: Personal history of David Copperfield. N. Y., Hurst & Co., n. d. Copy 6. D555d Dostoevsky, Fedor Mikhailovitch: Brothers Karamazor; a novel in four parts and an epilogue by Fyodor Dostoevsky from the Russian by Constance Garnett. N. Y., Macmillan, 1912. D742b Doubleday, Roman: Saintsbury affair. Bost., Little, 1912. D7434s Finnemore, John: Red men of the dusk. Lond., Black, 1911. F4978r Fitch, George: My demon motor boat, Bost., Little, 1912. F552m Goldring, Douglas: Permanent uncle. N. Y., Dutton, c1912. G5699p Gule, Cyril Arthur Edward Ranger (Guy Thorne, pseud.): Butterfly on the wheel, a novel. N. Y., William Rickley & Co., 1912. G9516b Harker, Mrs. Lizzie Allen: Mr. Wycherly's wards. N. Y. Scribner, 1912. H2255mi Henty, George Alfred: With Lee in Virginia, a story of the American Civil War. N. Y., Hurst, n. d. Copy 2. +H398w5 Hutten, Bettina, Baroness von: Sharrow. N. Y., Appleton, 1912. H979s Inglis, John: George Wendern gave a party. N. Y., Scribner, 1912. In42g London, Jack: Son of the sun. N. Y., Doubleday, 1912 L846sn Major, Charles: Touchstone of fortune; being the memoir of Baron Clyde, who lived, thrived, and fell in the doleful reign of the so-called lerry Monarch, Charles II., N. Y., Macmillan, 1912. Copy 2. M2889t Martin, Mrs. Helen (Reimensnyder): Fighting doctor. N. Y., Century, 1912. M364f Mason, Alfred Edward: Turnstile. N. Y., Scribner, 1912. 2 copies. M381tu Merrick, Leonard: Actor-Manager. N. Y., and Lond., Mitchell Kennerley, 1912. M5516 Merwin, Samuel: Citadel: a romance of unrest. N. Y., Century, 1912. M5586c Michailes, Karin: Elsie Lindtner; a sequel to the dangerous age; tr. by Beatrice Marshall. N. Y., Lane, 1912. M5818e Mighels, Philip Verrill: As it was in the beginning. N. Y., Desmond FitzGerald, Inc., c1912. M588 Morris, Gouverneur: It and other stories. N. Y., Scribner, 1912. M832i Norton, Roy: Plunderer. Watt & Co., c1912. N. Y., N827p Oakley, John: The blackmailer. London, Ward, Locke & Co., Lmtd., 1902. Oa42b Oppenheim, Edward Phillips: The master mummer. Bost., Brown & Co., 1905. Copy 3 Op56m3 Oxenham, John: Coil of Carne. N. Y., Lane, 1911. Ox2c Queen of the guarded mounts. N. Y., Lane, 1912. Ox2q Philips, David Graham: Price she paid: a novel. N. Y. and Lend, Appleton, 1912. Copy 2. P542pr

Page  44 44 RECENT ACCESSIONS Phillpotts, Eden: Forest on the hill. N. Y., Lane, 1912. P547fr Porter, Mrs. Eleanor (Hodgman): Miss Billy's decision. Bost., Page, 1912. P8328m Pryce, Richard: Christopher. Bost., Houghton, c1911. P9558c Roe, Vingie E: Maid of the whispering hills.. Y., Dodd, 1912. R629m Smith, Francis Hopkinson: Romance of an old-fashioned gentleman. N. Y., Scribner, 1907. Copy 2. Sm56r Snaith, John Collis: Principal girl. N. Y., Moffat, 1912. Snl2p Stevenson, Burton Egbert: Mystery of the boule cabinet; a detective story. N. Y., Dodd, 1912. St478my Symons, Byrel: Roses of Crein. N. Y., Appleton, 1912. Sy679r Tolstoi, Count Leo Nickolaevitch: Father Sergius, and other stories. N. Y., Dodd., 1912. T588f Tufts, Drew: Hiram Blair. Chicago, McClurg, 1912. T8162h Walpole, Hugh: Gods and Mr. Perrin. N. Y., Century, 1911. W165g Way, Norman: Captains three. N. Y., Edward J. Clode, c1912. W364c Wherry, Edith: Red lantern: being the story of the goddess of the red lantern light. N. Y., Lane, 1911. W574r White, Stewart Edward: Arizona nights. N. Y., McClure, 1908. Copy 2. W5856a Williamson, Charles Norris; and Williamson, Mrs. Alice Muriel (Livingston): Guests of Hercules. N. Y., Doubleday, 1912. W6764gu LIST OF WORKS IN THE FILIPINIANA DIVISION RELATING TO THE STUDY OF THE BIBLIOGRAPHY OF THE PHILIPPINE ISLANDS. PART III Heredia, Ricardo (Conde de Benahavia): Catalogue de la Bibliotheque de..., Paris Em. Paul, L. Huard et Guillemin. 1891-94. 4 vols. 28.5 cm. Hiersemann, Karl W. (bookseller:): Catalogues. Leipzig. (Many of these contain much valuable bibliographical material.) Higiene de los europeos en los climas tropicales y de los criollos en los paises templados. Libro del doctor Saint-Vel, traducido por dos doctores en medicina y recomendado oficialmente. In "Revista de Filipinas," Manila, Imp. Ramirez y Giraudier, 1876, p. 586. Holmes, Joseph A.: The publications of the Bureau of Mines. 1910. 3 p. 23.5 cm. Hubner, E.: Jacobo Zobel de Zangroniz. In "Deutsche Rundschau," no. 7, April, 1897. Huerta, Felix de, O. S. F.: Estado geografico, topografico, estadistico, hist6rico religioso, de la santa y apostolica provincia de S. Gregorio Magno de religiosos menores descalzos de la regular y mas estrecha observancia de N. P. L. Francisco en las Islas Filipinas. Manila, Imp. de los Amigos del Pais, 1855. 439 p. 1 1., 22.5 cm. Estado geografico, topografico, estadistico, hist6rico-religioso de la santa y apostolica provincia de S. Gregorio Magno de religiosos menores descalzos de la regular y mas estrecha observancia de N. S. P. S. Francisco, en las Islas Filipinas. Binondo, Imp. de M. Sanchez y Ca., 1865. 613, (2), p. 24 cm. [Jacumin, Auguste]: Headquarters Philippines Division. Accessions to the Military Information Division Library. Including maps,

Page  45 PHILIPPINE BIBLIOGRAPHY 45 and index of periodicals. [Manila], Fiscal year, 1909. 72 p. 21 cm. Headquarters Philippines Division. Catalogue of the Military Information Division Library. [Manila], July, 1912. viii, 242 p. 21 cm. Impreso de sumo interes. In "Libertas", Manila, June 21, 1911. * John Crerar Library: List of books in the reading room, 1909. Chic. Printed by order of Board of Directors, 1909. Jordana y Morera, Ramon: Bosquejo geografico e hist6rico-natural del Archipielago Filipino. Madrid, Moreno y Rojas, 1885. xiv, (1), 461 p. 31.5 cm. (See footnotes and pp. 355-361.) Juicios de la prensa acerca de la obra "Mando del general Weyler en Filipinas." Madrid, 1896. In "La Politica de Espaia en Filipinas", vol. 6, Feb. 29, Mar. 15, 31, pp. 89, 104, 123. Kalaw, Maximo: Baltazar's "Florante at Laura". In "The College Folio", Manila, Oct., 1910. - Exchanges. In "The College Folio", Manila, Feb., 1911. -The three great demerits of our future Philippine literature. In "The College Folio", Manila, Dec. 1910. Kalderon, (Calderon, q. v.), S. G.: Pagka manumila nig Tagarito. In "Renacimiento Filipino", Manila, no. 40, April 28, 1911. Kern, H.: Een Spaansch schrijver over den godsdienst der heidensche bikollers. Gravenhage 1897. In "Bijdragen tot de taal-, land- en volkenkunde van Nederlandsch-Indi", vol. 47, pp. 224-238. - Eene bijdrage tot de Kennis van 't onde Philippijnsche letterschrift. In "Bijdragen tot de taal-, land- en volkenkunde van Nederlandsch-Indie", 1884, pp. 1-17. Eene uitgave van bescheiden betrekkelijk de Filippijnen. In"Bijdragen tot de taal-, land- en volkenkunde van Nederlansch-Indie, vol. 47. pp. 143-146. -El Diccionario Hispano-Tagalog de D. Pedro Serrano Laktaw. In "La Solidaridad", Madrid, No. 68, Nov. 30, 1891. Spaansche bescheiden aangaan de Filippijnen. Gravenhage, 1896. In "Bijdragen tot de taal-, land- en volkenkunde van Nederlandsch-Indie", vol. 46, pp. 720-726. L, Ang: Sa mga nagdaan panahon. Afig mga limbagan lalong matanda. In "Renacimiento Filipino", Manila, no. 47, July 21, 1911. La dramatica tagala. Sr. D. Severino Reyes. In "Excelsior", Manila, Dec. 31, 1905. La emancipacion de las colonias. In "La Independencia", Malabon, 1898. La fiesta de la Imprenta. In "La Vanguardia", June 17, 1911. La literatura en el Japon. In "La Independencia", Mar. 3, 1899. Lakan-Diwa: Si Dr. Sun Yat Sen. In "Renacimiento Filipino", Manila, nos. 78, 88, 92. * Lamed, J. N. ed.: History for ready reference, (Springfield, Nichols, 1910), vol. 7, pp. 492-498. *- Literature of American history. Bost., Houghton, 1902. Laurie, R. H.: Catalogue of charts and nautical works. London Prtd. by R. H. Laurie. 47 p. 20.5 cm. Leclere, Charles: Bibliotheca americana. Catalogue raisonne d'une tres precieuse collection de livres anciens et modernes sur l'Amerique et les Philippines classes par ordre alphabetique de noms d' auteurs. Paris, Maisonneuve, 1867. vii, 737 p. 1 1. 23.5 cm. Leon, Walfrido de: The passion and the passion play in the Philip * In Periodical and Reference Division.

Page  46 46 PHILIPPINE BIBLIOGRAPHY pines. In "The College Folio", Dec., 1910, pp. 55-64. LeRoy, James A.: The Philippines, 1860-1898; some comment 'and bibliographical notes. In "The Philippine Islands", Blair and Robertson (q. V. (ante), vol 52, pp. 112-207. Lete, Eduardo de: (Letter regarding Rizal document which he possesses; and correcting errors made by Ponce in "El Renacimiento". Zaragoza, Aug., 1906. In "El Renacimiento", Sept. 22, 1906. Notas para la bibliografia nacional. In "El Renacimiento", June 28, 1907. Library of Congress. Division of documents. Monthly list of state publications. March, 1910. Wash., Govt. Printing Office, 1910. 99 p. 23.5 cm. See also, ante, Griffin, A. P. C., and post Pardo de Tavera. Libro util Manual de medicina y cirujia rural por D. Ramon Sanchez Mellado. In "La Espaia Oriental", Feb. 3, 1890. List of publications of the Bureau of Fisheries available for distribution. Wash., Govt. Printing Office, 1910. 17 p. 1 1. 23 cm. Los periodicos bisayo-cebuanos y su ortografia. In "Renacimiento Filipino," Sept., 28, 1910. Luna, Antonio (pseud., "Tagailog"): Noli me tingere y El Filibusterismo. Novelas de Rizal. In "La Solidaridad", Madrid, nos. 66, 69, Oct. 31 and Dec. 15, 1891. Llorens Asensio, Vicente: Catalogo de los documentos referentes a Filipinas que se conservan en el Archivo general de Indias. Sevilla, Rodriquez y Lopez, 1898. 72 p. 22 cm. Llorens Asensio intended to publish a list of the titles of all Philippine documents in the Archives at Seville, to accompany a history of the island which he was writing; namely "Historia general de Filipinas." Unfortunately, the enterprise was allowed to die after several cuadernos of both history and catalogue had been published. -La primera vuelta al mundo. Sevilla, Imp. de la "Guia Comercial", 1903. (Contains list of MSS. in the Archivo general de Indias, Sevilla, touching the expedition of Magellan). Maldonado Macanaz, Joaquin: Juicios acerca de la obra "Estadismo de las Islas Filipinas por Joaquin Martinez de Zufiiga publicada por primera vez, extensamente anotado por W. E. Retana. Madrid, 1894. In "La Politica de Espana en Filipinas". Madrid, vol. 4, pp. 97-99, 111, 112, 133-135, 152, 187, 188, 200, 220, 232, 345. Mar. 29 -Dec. 18, 1894. (This is wrongly ascribed to Retana in Robertson, Bibl., p. 91.) Marcel, Gabriel: La carte des Philippines du Pere Murillo Velarde. Paris, Imp. Nationale, 1898. 27 p. 25 cm. Marcellan de San Jose, Patricio: Rec.: Provincia de San Nicolas de Tolentino de Agustinos descalzos de la Congregaci6n de Espafia e Indias. Libros que se hallan de venta en la Imprenta "Amigos del Pais", Palacio 27. Manila. Libros recibidos. In "La Espafia Oriental", Manila, May 31, 1888, p. 180. Liga Antipornografica de San Francisco Javier. Catalogo de la Biblioteca. Cuaderno 1.~ Seccion Recreativa. Manila, Imp. de Santos y Bernal, 1907. 22.5 cm. Same. 2.~ Seccion Recreativa (continuaci6n) y Secci6n religiosa. Manila, Imp. de "El Mercantil," 1909. 10 p. 1 1. 21.5 cm. * List of books forming the reference library in the Reading room of the British Museum. 4th ed. London. Printed for the trustees, 1910. Vol. 2. p. 412. List of books in the American Circulating Library at Baguio, Manila, Bureau of Printing; 1910. 10 p. 24 cm. * In Periodical and Reference Division.

Page  47 PHILIPPINE BIBLIOGRAPHY 47 Manila, Imp. del Sto. Tomas, 1879. 340, vi p. 22 cm. Marcilla y Martin, Cipriano, 0. S. A.: Estudios de los antiguos alfabetos filipinos. Malabon, Asilo de Huerfanos, 1895. (Contains charts of alphabets in facsimile.) 107 p., 1 1., 29.5 cm. Marin y Morales, Valentin, O. P.: Ensayo de una sintesis de los trabajos realizados por las corporaciones religiosas espaioles de Filipinas. Manila, Imp. de Sto. Tomas, 1901. 2 vols. (See last page of vol. 2, "Ensayo de un catalogo bibliografico de escritores franciscanos de Filipinas. Ensayo de una biblioteca de escritores religiosos de la provincia del Santisimo Rosario de Filipinas". Martinez Vigil, Ram6n, O. P.: La escritura propia de los tagalos. In "Revista de Filipinas", Manila, Ramirez y Giraudier, vol. 2, p. 33. La Flora de Filipinas y el P. Blanco. In "El Oriente", Dec. 19, 25, 1875, Jan. 2 and 9, 1876, pp. 5, 3-5, 2-3, 2-3. Same. In "Revista de Filipinas", Manila, Ramirez y Giraudier, 1876, vol. 1, p. 349. Martinez Vigil, Ramon, 0. P.: La orden de predicadores. Sus glorias en santidad, apostolado, ciencias, artes y gobierno de los pueblos seguidas del Ensayo de una biblioteca de dominicos espafioles. Madrid, Imp. de Antonio Perez Dubrull, 1884. (8), (430), (1) p. (See pp. 229-430.) - Viajes de Jagor. Bibliografia. In "Revista de Filipinas", Manila, Imp. de Ramirez y Giraudier, 1876. Vol. 1 p. 177. Medina, Jose Toribio: Bibliografia espafiola de las Islas Filipinas. (1523-1810) Santiago de Chile. Imp. Cervantes, 1898 (see colophon. p. 556). '556 p. 25 cm. -Brevisimo epitome de la imprenta en Manila (1593-1810). Madrid, Viuda de M. M. de los Rios, 1896. 32 p. 17 cm. La imprenta en Manila. Epitome. In "La politica de Espaia en Filipinas", Madrid, Jan. 15, 31 and Feb. 15, 1897, vol. 7. pp. 20 -23, 47-49, 67-69. La imprenta en Manila desde sus origenes hasta 1810. Santiago de Chile, casa del autor, 1896. xcvi, 280 p., 12 pl. 28 cm. -La imprenta en Manila desde sus origenes hasta 1810. Adiciones y ampliaciones. Santiago de Chile, casa del autor, 1904. xi, 203. p. 11. 28 cm. - Nota bibliografica sobre un libro impreso en Macao en 1590. Sevilla, Rasco, 1894. 15 p. 24 cm. Medrano, Antonio: Pedro A. Paterno. In "Cultura Filipina", Manila, no. 12, Mar. 1911. Merrill, Elmer D.: Index to Philippine Botanical Literature. Manila, Bureau of Printing. Reprint from "Philippine Journal of Science," vol. 2, nos. 3, 4, 6; vol. 3, no. 2; vol. 4, no. 6, and vol. 5, no. 3, sect. C, Botany. Meyer, A. B.: Die Philippinischen Inseln betreffende Schriften. Dresden, 1878. 4 1. 22.5 cm. Middleton, Thomas Cooke: Some notes on the Bibliography of the Philippines. Phila., Stern, 1900. 58 p. Comprises Bull. no. 4 of Free Library of Philadelphia. Miranda, Claudio: En busca de ineditos de Rizal. In "Renacimiento Filipino", Manila, no. 95, June, 1912. --- La primera imprenta y el tercer centenario de su fundacion. In "Renacimiento Filipino", Manila, nos. 47 and 63, June 21 and Oct. 21, 1911. Nuestro balance. In "Renacimiento Filipino", Manila, no. 97. July 7, 1912. - Un manuscrito anonimo. Imprentas establecidas en Manila y Provincias. In "Renacimiento Fi

Page  48 48 PHILIPPINE BIBLIOGRAPHY lipino," Manila, nos. 93 and 99, Jun. 7, and July 21, 1912. Montero y Vidal, Jose: Historia general de Filipinas. Madrid, Tello, 1887-1895, 3 vols. (See footnotes.) Moreno, Francisco: Historia de la Santa Iglesia Metropolitana de Filipinas. Con las vidas de Arzobispos y varones insignes, extensiva a hechos culminantes de la conquista y fundaci6n de varias instituciones en esta capital hasta 1650. Manila, Imp. de "El Oriente". 1877. 294 p. 1 1. 18.5 cm. Moya y Jimenez, Francisco Javier de: Las Islas Filipinas en 1882. Estudios hist6ricos, geograficos, estadisticos y descriptivos. Madrid, Establ. tipografico de "El Correo", 1883. vi, 362 p. 1 1. 21.5 cm. Murillo Velarde, Pedro, S. J.: Historia de la Provincia de Philipinas de la Compaiia de Jesus. Segunda parte que comprehende los progresos de esta Provincia, desde el ano 1616 hasta el de 1716. Manila, Imp. de la Compainia de Jesus, por D. Nicolas de la Cruz Bagay, 1749. (13), 419, (6) 1. 30 cm. Museo Biblioteca de Filipinas: Catalogo de las obras existentes en la biblioteca de este establecimiento en el dia 24 de Octubre de 1891, fecha de la inauguracion oficial del mismo. Manila, Chofre, 1892. 137 p. 17.5 cm. Museo-Biblioteca de Ultramar en Madrid: Catalogo de la biblioteca. Madrid, Sucesora de M. M. de los Rios, 1900. ix p., 1 1., 350 p. 27.5 cm. Nava, Jose: La algarada kabitefia del 72. In "Renacimiento Filipino", Manila, no. 77, Feb. 7, 1912. Navar-o, Maximina A.: Biography of Mr. Nicolas Arriate. In "College Folio", Oct. 1910, pp. 31 -34. * New international encyclopaedia. (N. Y., Dodd, 1906), vol. 15, pp. 721, 722. Nijhoff, Martin (Bookseller): Catalogues for various years. The Hague. (These contain many valuable Philippine titles.) Nieva, Gregorio: Philippine Assembly. Official directory first Philippine legislature. Manila, Bureau of Printing, 1908. 92 p. 19.5 cm. Notas bibliograficas. In "La Espaia Oriental", Aug. 1889. Notas bibliograficas. In "Revista Hist6rica", Manila, 1905, nos. 7-9. Notas bibliograficas. Contra la colonizaci6n por Espafia, de las Islas Carolinas, por D. Julian del Pozo y Breso. Madrid, 1891. In "La Politica de Espania en Filipinas", vol. 1, no. 2, Feb. 17, p. 24. No t a s bibliograficas. Madrid, 1894-96. In "La Politica de Espafia en Filipinas", vols. 4-6, Mar. 17, 1894.-June 15, 1896. Noticias historicas extraidas de los documentos existentes en el Archivo de Indias. In "Revista Hist6rica, Manila, no. 11, Mar. 1906. Ocio, Hilario: Compendio de la Resefia biografica de los religiosos de la provincia del Santisimo Rosario de Filipinas desde su fundaci6n hasta nuestros dias. Manila. Sto. Tomas, 1895. 167 p. 21.5 cm. - Resefia biografico de los religiosos de la provincia del Santisimo Rosario de Filipinas desde su fundacion hasta nuestros d i a s. Parte primera. Comprende desde 1587 a 1650. Madrid. Sto. Tomas. 1891. 137, ixp. 25.5 cm. Opiniones de la prensa extrangera en lo que concierne a Filipinas. In "La Repiblica Filipina", Mandalayon, Oct. 21, 23, and 28, 1898. Opiniones de un extrangero. In "La Repuiblica Filipina", Mandalayon, No. 29, 1898. Opiniones varias y contradictorias sobre la cuesti6n de las Filipinas. In "La Independencia", Malabon, Jan. 22, 1899. Reference Division. * In Periodical and

Page  49 THE GOVERNMENT OF THE, II.ll. ISLANDS DEPARTMENT OF PUBEIlf I CTION PHILIPPINE LIBRARY.1: XBULLETIN r,s~OF THE< k/ PHILIPPINE LIBRARY VOLUME I DECEMBER, 1912 NUMBER 4 CONTENTS SCIENTIFIC DIVISION (LIBRARY OF THE BUREAU OF SCIENCE) - 51 52 DUPLICATES OF FILIPINIANA DIVISION OFFERED FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE -53 54 RECENT ACCESSIONS - - 54-61 LIST OF WORKS IN THE FILIPINIANA DIVISION RELATING TO THE STUDY OF THE BIBLIOGRAPHY OF THE PHILIPPINE ISLANDS. PART IV ----- 61-64 MANILA BUREAU OF PRINTING 1912 114934

Page  50 PHILIPPINE LIBIRAIY BOARD Ex officio: NEWTON W. GILBERT, Secretary of Public Instruction DEAN C. WORCESTER, Secretary of the Interior GREGORIO ARANETA, Secretary of Finance and Justice Appointive: GRANT T. TRENT, Justice of the Supreme Court LAWRENCE E. GRIFFIN, Associate Professor of Zoology, and Dean, College of Liberal Arts, University of the Philippines Secretary: MCQUEEN S. WIGHTMAN. PHILIPPINE LIBRARY OFFICEIRS JAMES A. ROBERTSON, Librarian SYRENA MCKEE, Chief Cataloguer BESSIE A. DWYER, Chief, Circulating Division (American Circulating Library) MANUEL ARTIGAS Y CUERVA, Curator, Filipiniana Division 50

Page  51 BULLETIN OF THE PHILIPPINE LIBRARY VOL. I DECEMBER, 1912 No. 4 SCIENTIFIC DIVISION (LIBRARY OF THE BUREAU OF SCIENCE) By MARY POLK, Librarian The original plan for a definite group of scientific bureaus of the Philippine Insular Government recognized the necessity of a strong central library, which was provided for as a part of the Bureau of Government Laboratories by Act No. 156, July 1, 1901. This bureau consisted of a chemical and a biological laboratory, the latter including pathology and medicine. Since that time the following lines of activity have been added by the bureau and the library has grown to meet the needs of the workers: serum manufacture, botanical, entomological, ornithological, ethnological, engineering, and photographic work, geology and mining, assaying, fisheries and marine biology, standardization of weights and measures, a testing laboratory, and a food laboratory. In 1905 the name was changed to Bureau of Science. In October, 1904, the libraries of the Department of the Interior were combined into one general scientific library, of which the Bureau of Government Laboratories was made the custodian. It was hoped that other departments of the government would recognize the value of such an arrangement, and extend this organization to include all government libraries. This was done by Act No. 1935, May 20, 1909. With the organization of the University of the Philippines, scientific books to meet the needs of professors and students have been added, and in 1911 provision was made for ordering all such books for the various colleges, with the exception of the College of Agriculture located at Los Baios, Laguna province, through the library of the Bureau of Science. The scientific workers, medical men especially, of the U. S. Army and the U. S. Navy have used the library from its inauguration. Visitors interested in any branch of scientific research have always been welcomed, and every effort made to supply their wants. The list of such visitors is neither short nor uninteresting. This brief historical sketch shows that from the beginning this has been a working library, growing as the needs of the work demanded. It is iot in any sense a museum, nor has it been the intention to include anything not bearing directly upon the work of some bureau or division of the government. A certain amount of reference and statistical material has, of course, been indispensable, but from the shelf list it is seen that 51

Page  52 52 SCIENTIFIC DIVISION more than four-fifths of all titles fall in the groups of general science, mathematics, astronomy, physics, chemistry, geology, natural history, botany, zoology, human anatomy, physiology, bacteriology, medicine, agriculture, and technology, the other fifth consisting of general works, history, geography and anthropology, social science, political science, education, bibliography, and library science. The bibliography of science has been emphasized, and practically every section of the library contains the standard indexes and Centralblatter. The library records show that 24,400 bound volumes, 40,036 unbound volumes and parts, approximately 1,200 maps, blue prints, etc., 450 college and university catalogues, 2,500 book and trade catalogues, a large number of duplicates and several hundred volumes and parts as yet unclassified, have been received. Recently a reserve stock of sixty sets of the Philippine Journal of Science, about 16,000 photograph negatives, and 3,000 cuts have been placed in the library. In classification, the Library of Congress schemes have been followed; for form of entry the catalog rules compiled by committees of the American Library Association and the British Library Association (1908) are observed; and to the list of subject headings, the Library of Congress, the American Library Association, and the Public Library of New South Wales have all contributed, the Library of Congress form having preference when available. The library has been recognized as a partial depository for Library of Congress printed cards since 1905, with one copy each of all scientific titles printed before that date. A union catalogue consisting of Library of Congress cards, Library of Congress proof and a limited number of cards from the John Crerar library, Chicago, now fills one hundred and fifty standard trays and forms a valuable tool for readers and for the library staff. As a basis for scientific work, records of past work are imperative, hence sets of periodicals and serials fill nine-tenths of the shelves in the scientific and technical sections of the library. An incomplete set is practically valueless, and no work has been spared to secure every page and plate found to be missing. The rule has been that anything worth keeping is worth completing and binding, though the latter frequently has been delayed by the difficulty of achieving the former. While the library was established as a reference library, the development of the work showed that a limited circulation would increase its usefulness. Certain bureaus, colleges of the university, and divisions of the Bureau of Science are considered as deposits, and individuals may also withdraw books. For the most part, circulation is restricted to persons on the classified civil service list, but the aim is to accommodate all workers who find material of value in the library. As a matter of routine, several hundred single numbers of new journals are sent out each week; by this means investigators are sure of seeing the latest things on their subjects without the necessity of watching the library shelves. Another divergence from library usage is the extension of time beyond the usual two or four weeks, without renewal. The books are called in for recharging only often enough to protect against loss. To summarize: (1) the library of the Bureau of Science is a working library for scientific investigators; (2) special emphasis is placed upon securing complete sets of scientific and technical periodicals and serials, of reports of learned societies, and museums, and other scientific institutions; (3) the scheme of classification is used for all material in the library; (4) all publications are completed and bound as promptly as possible.

Page  53 DUPLICATES OF FILIPINIANA. DIVISION OFFERED FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE Aguilar, T. N.: Colonizacio'n de Filipinas. Estudios pr~cticos acerca de la colonizacio'n con elementos peninsulares de nuestras posesiones oceanicas. Resefia geogra'fico-geoId'gico-minera de las mismas. Madrid, Alfredo Alonso, 1893, 414 p., 2 1. 2:3 cm. Alonso Fern~'Indez, Manuel: Discurs() leido en la Real y Pontificia Universidad de Santo Toma's de Manila en la solemne inauguracio'n del curso acade'mico, de 1892 A 19931. Manila,, Sto. Tomi-s, 1892. 116, lx p. 30.5 cm. Alvarez Cienfuegos, Jose': Discurso leido, en la apertura anual de los estudiois de la Real y Pontificia Universidad de Santo Toma's de Manila el dia, 2 de Julio de 1,883. Manila, Sto. Toma's, 1883. 91 p., 8 1. 29 cm. Arana, Camilo, de: Derrotero del Archipielago filipino, redactado seguin los documentos ma's recientes. Publicado de orden del Ministerio.de Marina. Madrid, Rojas, 1879. 233 p. 22.5 cm. Artacho, Isabelo: Declaracio'n, carta y proclama. Hongkong, 1899. 28 p. 15.5 cm. pinas, Marianas, Jobo y Carolinas. Tercera edicio'n. Manila, Marty, 1892. 162 p., 1 1. 16 cm. Barrantes, Vicente: Apuntes interesantes sobre las bIsas Filipinas que pueden ser titiles para hacer las reformas convenientes y productivas para el pals y para la nacio'n. Madrid "El Pueblo," 1869. 281 P. 19 cm. El Teatro tagalo. Madrid, Gines Iiernandez, 1890. 199 p. 23 cm. G 'uerras pira'ticas de Filipinas contra mindanaos y joloanos, Madrid, G. Hernandez, 1878. 448 p. 21 cm. La instruccio'n primaria en Filipinas desde 1596 hasta 1868. Madrid, "La Iberia", 1869. 17 p. 16 cm. Benitez, Fernando: Memoria de los actos de la Real Sociedad Econ6-_ mica Filipina de Amigos del Pais en ci bienio, de 1879-80 leida por el Socio Secretario en la sesio'n celebrada el dia 24 de Marzo de 1881. Manila, Plana, 1881. 46 p. 24 cm. Bernaldez, Emilio: Resefia hist6'rica de la guerra al sur de Filipinas sostenida por las armas espafiolas contra los piratas de aquel archip~ielago desde la conquista. hasta nuestros dias. Madrid, "Memorial de Ingenieros", 1857, 243 p., 2 1., 5 maps. 22.5 cm. Blanco ilerrero, Manuel: Politica de Espaliia en Ultramar. Madrid, "iSucesores de Rivadeneyra", 1888. 674 p. 22.5 cm. Blanco y Erenas, Ramon: Memonia que al. Senado dirige acerca de los titimos sucesos ocurridos en la Isla de Luzon. Madrid, "El Liberal", 1897. 202 p. 21.5 cm. Blumentritt, F.: El Noli me ta'ngere de Rizal. Barcelona. Imp. Ibe'rica de Francisco Fossas, 1889. 38 p. 21.5 cm. 53 Artigas, Manuel: nual del empleado. 1893. 365 p., 4 1. Apendice al maManila, Atayde, 21 cm. Manual del empleado. Cornpilacio'n de las disposiciones vigentes que afectanr al personal de los distintos ramos de la administracio'n en Ultramar. Manila, "El Eco de Filipinas," 1891. 675 p., 6 1. 22 cm. Azcarraga y Palmero, Manuel: La libertad de comercio en las Islas Filipinas. Madrid, Noguera, 1.872. 248 p. 20 cm. Balaguer, Victor: Islas Filipinas. (Memoria). Madrid, Angeles, 1895. 80 p. 19 cm. Baranera, Francisco X.: Compendio de geografia de las. Islas Fili

Page  54 RECENT ACCESSIONS - Las razas del Archipielago Filipino. I. Vademecum etnografico de Filipinas, II. Las razas indigenas de Filipinas. Publicado en el Boletin de la Sociedad Geografica de Madrid. Madrid, Fortanet, 1890. 70 p., 1 map. 23.5 cm. Bowring, Sir John: A visit to the Philippine Islands. London, Smith, Elder & Co., 1859. 434 p., 2 1. 21.5 cm. Una visita i las Islas Filipinas. Traducci6n con notas para la "Revista de Filipinas", Manila, Ramirez y Giraudier, 1876. 460 p., 1. 19cm. Buencamino, Felipe: Refutaci6n del manifiesto del Sr. Paterno. Obras son amores y no buenas razones. Kavite, Limb. ni Z. Fajardo, 1898. Buhay na pinagdaanan ni Poncio Pilato. Sinipi sa isang historia siya caya iligtas? Tignan natin. Maynila, Limb. ni J. Martinez Estraude, 1912. 67 p. 18.5 cm. Burrit, Charles H.: Abstract of the mining laws in force in the Philippine Archipielago. Manila, Bureau of Public Printing, 1902. 231 p. 23 cm. Buzeta, Manuel; and Bravo, Felipe: Diccionario geografico, estadistico, historico de las Islas Filipinas dedicado a S. M. el Rey. Madrid, D. Jose C. de la Pefia, 180, 1851. 2 vols. 23.5 cm. RECENT ACCESSIONS HISTORY, ECONOMICS, ETC. (INCLUDING GEOGRAPHY, TRAVELS, AND DESCRIPTION) Adams, Brooks: New empire. N. Y., and Lond., Macmillan, 1903. xxxvi, 243 p. 380A17 Allen, William Harvey: Woman's part in government whether she votes or not. N. Y., Dodd, 1912. xv, 377 p. 396.2A153 Avebury, John Lubbock: Marriage, totemism, and religion: an answer to the critics. Lond., Longmans, 1911. xiii, 243 p. 392Av31 Baikie, James: Sea-kings of Crete. Lond., Black, 1910. xiv, 274 p. 939.1B149 Barker, J. Ellis: Great and greater Britain: the problems of the motherland and empire; political, naval, military, financial, social. N. Y., Dutton, 1910. ix, 380 p. 325B24 Blackman, William Fremont: Making of Hawaii: a study in social evolution. N. Y., Macmillan, 1906. xii, 266 p. 996B566 Blair, Emma Helen, tr. and ed.: Indian tribes in the upper Missis sippi valley and region of the great lakes; as described by Nicholas Perrot, French commandant in the northwest; Bacqueville de la Potherie, French royal commissioner to Canada; Morrell Martson, American army officer; and Thomas Forsyth, U. S. agent at Fort Armstrong. Cleveland, Clark, 1911. 2 vols. 970. 1B575 Bryce, George: Remarkable history of the Hudson's Bay Company, including that of the French traders of north-western Canada, and of the northwest, X Y, and Astor fur companies. Ed. 3. N. Y., Scribner, [1911]. xxii, 503 p. 382B843 Buckley, Charles Barton: An anecdotal history of old times in Singapore. Singapore, Fraser & Neave, 1902. 2 vols. 959.5B85 Calvert, Albert Frederick: Escorial: a historical and descriptive account of the Spanish royal palace, monastery and mausoleum. Lond. and N. Y., Lane, 1907. xxiii, 77 p. 278 pl. 914.6C139e Spanish arms and armour: being a historical and descriptive

Page  55 RECENT ACCESSIONS 55 account of the royal armoury of Madrid. Lond. and N. Y., Lane, 1907. xxx, 142 p., 248 pl. 399C139 -- Crdova: A city of the Moors. Lond. and N. Y., Lane, 1907. xvi, 108 p. 159 pl. 914.6C139co Catalonia, and the Balearic Islands: an historical and descriptive account., Lond. and N. Y., Lane, 1910. xv, 107 p. 250 pl. 914.6C139c Leon, Burgos, and Salamanca: a historical and descriptive account. Lond. and N. Y., Lane, 1908. xxv, 151 p., 462 pl. 914.6C1391 - Madrid: an historical description and handbook of the Spanish capital. Lond. and N. Y., Lane, 1909. xxvii, 169 p., 453 pl. 914.6C139m Royal palaces of Spain: a historical and descriptive account of the seven principal palaces of the Spanish kings. Lond. and N. Y., Lane, 1909. xiv, 107 p., 164 pl. 914.6C139r Toledo: an historical and descriptive account of the "city of generations". Lond. and N. Y., Lane, 1907. xxxiii, 169 p., 511 pl. 914.6C139t Valencia and Murcia: a glance at African Spain. Lond. and N. Y., Lane, 1911. xvi, 45 p., 288 pl. 914.6C139v Valladolid, Oviedo, Segovia, Zamora, Avila, and Zaragoza: an historical and descriptive account. Lond. and N. Y., Lane, 1908. xxiii, 162 p., 411 pl. 914.6C139va Chailley-Bert, Joseph: Administrative problems of British India; tr. from the French by Sir Wm. Meyer. Lond., Macmillan, 1910. xv, 590 p. 325C348 Chambers, A. M.: Constitutional history of England. Ed. 2 rev. Lond., Methuen, [1911]. xxii, 363 P. 342.42C355 Champney, Elizabeth (Williams; Mrs. James Wells Champney): Romance of Imperial Rome. N. Y., Putnam, 1910. xxii, 425 p. 913.37C359 Childs, Richard S.: Short-ballot principle. Bost. and N. Y., Houghton, 1911. viii, 171 p. 324C436 Conyngton, Mary: How to help: a manual of practical charity. N. Y., Macmillan, 1909. x, 367 p. 361C769 Cook, Joel: Mediterranean and its borderlands. Phil., Winston, c1910. 2 vols. 910C771 Crawford, Mary Caroline: Romantic days in old Boston: the story of the city and its people during the nineteenth century. Bost., Little, 1910. xix, 411 p. 974.4C858 Dingle, Edwin J.: Across China on foot; life in the interior and the reform movement. N. Y., Holt, 1911. xv, 446 p. 915.1D615 Dudley, Mrs. Lucy (Bronson): "A writer's inkhorn". N. Y., (James Kempster Ptg. Co.), 1910. 144 p. 914D865 Fea, Allan: Old English houses; the record of a random itinerary. N. Y., Scribner, 1910. 273 p. 914.2F31 Secret chambers and hidingplaces. Lond., Methuen, [1908]. 317 p. 913.42F31 Ford, Worthington Chauncey; and Hunt, Gaillard, eds.: Journals of the Continental Congress. Ed. from the original records in the Library of Congress. Wash., Govt. Ptg. Office, 1904-10. 18 vols. In course of publication. R973.31L615 Forman, Henry James: Ideal Italian tour. Bost., Houghton, 1911. x, 1 p., 1 1., 413 p. 914.5F766 Franck, Harry Alverson: Four months afoot in Spain. N. Y., Century, 1911. 4, 370 p. 914.6F844 Gallichan, Mrs. Catherine Gasquoine (Hartley): Things seen in Spain. N. Y., Dutton, 1911. 254 p. 914.6G135

Page  56 56 RECENT ACCESSIONS Gomes, Edwin Herbert: Seventeen years among the sea dyaks of Borneo. Phil., Lippincott, 1911. xx, 343 p. 919.1G586 Gracie, Archibald: Truth about Chickamauga. Bost. and N. Y., Houghton, 1911. xxxii, 462 p. 973.7G75 Griffis, William Elliot: China's story, in myth, legend, art and annals. Bost., Houghton; 1911. xii, 302 p. 951G875 Hackett, Frank Warren: Reminiscences of the Geneva tribunal of arbitration, 1872: the Alabama claims. Bost., Houghton, 1911. xvi, 450 p. 341.6H115 Haenen, F. de; and Dobson, G.: St. Petersburg. Lond., Black, 1910. xii, 167 p. 914.7H118 Hale, John Richard: Famous seafights: from Salamis to Tsu-Shima. Lond., Methuen, [1911]. x, 349 p. 359H133 Hanna, Charles Augustin: Wilderness trail; or the ventures and adventures of the Pennsylvania traders on the Allegheny path; with some new annals of the old west, and the records of some strong men and some bad ones. N. Y., and Lond., Putman, 1911. 2 vols. 970.1H19 Henderson, Ernest Flagg: Short history of Germany. A. D. 9 to 1871 A. D. N. Y., and Lond., Macmillan, 1911. 4, 517+471 p. 943H38 Hinsdale, Burke Aaron: How to study and teach history; with particular reference to the history of the U. S. N. Y., Appleton, 1909. xxi, 365 p. 907H596h Jacks, Lawrence Pearsall: Alchemy of thought. N. Y., Holt; Lond., William & Norgate, 1911. viii, 349 p. 104J13 Kitton, Frederick G.: Dickens and his illustrators, Cruikshank, Seymour, Buss, "Phiz." etc. London, Redway, 1899. xvi, 256 p. 928.42D555 Lang, Leonora Blanche (Mrs. Andrew Lang): Red book of heroes. Ed. by A. Lang. Lond. & N. Y., Longmans, 1909. xv, 368 p. +920L25r Lazaravich-Hrebelianovich, Prince and Princess: Servian people; their past glory, and their destiny. N. Y., Scribner, 1910. 949.7L456 Le Gallienne, Richard: George Meredith: some characteristics; with a bibliography, by John Lane. Lond., and N. Y., Lane, 1905. ix, (292) p. 928.42M541 Macdonald, William, Ed.: Select documents illustrative of the history of the United States, 1776-1861. N. Y. and Lond., Macmillan, 1909. xii, 465 p. 973M14s Mansfield, Milburg Francisco (Francis Miltoun, pseud.): Royal palaces and parks of France. Bost., Page, 1910. viii, 371 p. 914.4M318 Markham, Sir Clements Robert: Incas of Peru. N. Y., Dutton, 1910. xvi, 443 p. 985M34 Milner, Alfred: England and Egypt. Lond., Arnold, 1909. viii, 429 p. 962M636 Monnier, Philippe: Venice in the eighteenth century; tr. from the French. Bost., Gorman press, 1910. x, 280 p. 914.5M754 Nojine, E. K.: Truth about Port Arthur; tr. and abridged by Maj. E. D. Swinton. London, Murray, 1908. xii, 325 p. 951.8N6992 Nolan, Anna Marie: History of Ireland for schools, academies and colleges. Chicago, Hyland, 1905. 345 p. +941.5N711 Nordau, Max Simon: Interpretation of history; tr. from German by M. A. Hamilton. N. Y., Moffat, 1911. 1. p. 1 1., 419 p. 904N75 O'Reilly, Eliza Boyle: Heroic Spain. N. Y., Duffield, 1911. (viii), 440 p. 914.60r3 Penfield, Edward: Spanish sketches. N. Y., Scribner, 1911. 4, 146 p. 914.6P37

Page  57 RECENT ACCESSIONS Perkins, Clara Crawford: Builders of Spain. N. Y., Holt, 1911. xii, 309+307 p. 946P41 French Cathedrals and Chateaux. N. Y., Holt, 1911. 299+ 283 p. 914.4P41 Rhodes, James Ford: Historical essays. N. Y., Macmillan, 1909. viii, 335 p. 904R346 Schirmacher, Dr. Kaethe: Modern woman's rights movement: a historical survey, tr. from the Ger. by Conrad Eckhardt. N. Y., Macmillan, 1912. xvi, 280 p. 396.2Sch35 Shepherd, W. R.: Historical Atlas. N. Y., Holt, 1911. xi, 94 p., 216 pl. R911Sh47 Lond. and N. Y., Lane, 1908. xxxii, 194 p., 612 pl. B750G749 Murillo: a biography and appreciation. Lond. and N. Y., Lane, 1907. xiii, 186 p., 162 pl. B750M945 Calvert, Albert Frederick; and Gallichan, Mrs. Catherine Gasquoine (Hartley): El Greco: an account of his life and works. Lond. and N. Y., Lane, 1909. xii, 188 p., 136 pl. B750G81 - Velazquez: an account of his life and works. Lond. and N. Y., Lane, 1908. xviii, 218 p., 136 pl. B750V541 Gade, John Allyne: Cathedrals of Spain. Bost., Houghton, 1911. xiv, 279 p. 726G117 Sinnett, buddhism. ton, c1884. Alfred Percy: Esoteric Bost., and N. Y., Hough330 p. 924S61 Young, Filson: N. Y., Holt, [1911]. Master-singers. 216 p. 780.4Y86 Tomkins, E.: Poems on various subjects; selected to enforce the practice of virtue; and with a view to comprize in one volume the beauties of English poetry. Lond., printed for E. Wenman, 1791. 232 p. 321T597 Tomlinson, Everett Titsworth: Young Americans in the British Isles. Bost., Houghton, 1910. xi, 275 p. +914.2T597 Trine, Ralph Waldo: Land of living men. N. Y., Crowell, c1910. viii, 288, xiv p. 320.4T73 Wood, Walter: Corner of Spain-... with an introduction by Martin Hume. N. Y., Pott, 1910. xii, 203 p. 914.6W85 BIOGRAPHY Autobiography of a woman alone. N. Y. and Lond., Appleton, 1911. viii, 377, p. 920.7A82 Betham-Edwards, Mrs. Matilda Barbara: French men, women, and books: a series of 19th century studies. Chic., McClurg, 1911. 840.4B4654 - ore mastersingers: studies in the art of music. N. Y., Holt, [1911]. 286 p. 780.4Y86m LITERATURE Aldrich, Thomas Bailey: Poems. Bost. and N. Y., Houghton, c1907. xvii, 504 p. 821A24x Allen, J. H., and W. F.; and Greenough, J. B., eds.; Selections from the poems of Ovid, chiefly the metamorphoses. Bost., Ginn, 1876. x, 282 p. 871.20v4 Belloc, Joseph Hilaire Pierre: On everything. N. Y., Dutton, 1910. x, 294 p. 824B4172 Bennett, Enoch Arnold: Cupid and common sense: a play in four acts with a preface on the crisis in the theatre. N. Y., Doran, [1908?]. 822B439c What the public wants: a play in four acts. N. Y., Doran, c1911. 151 p. 822B439w Bisland, Elizabeth (Mrs. Wetmore): At the sign of the hobby horse. Bost. and N. Y., Houghton, 1910. 253 p. 824B542 Calvert, Albert Frederick: Goya: an account of his life and works.

Page  58 58 RECENT ACCESSIONS Browne, Horace B., ed.: Short plays from Dickens, for the use of amateur and school dramatic societies. N. Y., Scribner, 1911. xv, 198 p. 822B816 Browning, Elizabeth Barrett: Poetical Works. Lond. and N. Y., Frowde, 1904. viii, 667 p. 821B821po Browning, Robert: Poems... containing dramatic lyrics, dramatic romances, Paracelsus, Christmas-eve and Easter-day, Sordello, and dramatis personal. Lond. and N. Y., Frowde, 1907. viii, 696 p. 821B8214p. Burns Robert: Poetical works. Ed. by J. L. Robertson. Lond. and N. Y., Frowde, 1909. xx, 635 p. 821B937x2 Byron, George Gordon Noel: Poetical works. Lond. and N. Y., Frowde, 1910. x, 924 p. 821B996x3 - Byron and Moore Gallery. N. Y., Johnson Fry & Co., c1871. iv, 238 p. 821B9961 Chesterfield, Philip Dormer Stanhope, Earl of: Letters, sentences, and maxims; with a prefatory note by Charles Sayle, and a critical essay by C. A. Sainte-Beuve. N. Y., Burt, n. d. 348 p. 826C426 Chesterton, Gilbert Keith: Tremendous trifles. N. Y., Dodd, 1910. 325 p. 824C46t Clark, Helen Archibald: Poets' New England. N. Y., Baker & Taylor Co., 1911. 2, 356 p. 811C553 Cunliffe, John William, ed.: Century readings for a course in English literature. Ed. by J. W. Cunliffe, J. F. A. Pyre, and Karl Young. N. Y., Century, 1911. xix p. 1 1., 1143 p. R820.8c916 Cunliffe, Richard John: New Shakespearean dictionary. Lond., Blakie, 1910. xi, 342 p. R822.33C916 Dryden, John: Selected dramas... with the rehearsal, by George Vil liers; ed. with introduction and notes by G. R. Noyes. Chic., and N. Y., Scott, Foresman & Co., c1910. 822D848 Emerson, Ralph Waldo: Poems. Bost. and N. Y., Houghton, c1904. xxvii, 409 p. 821Em33x Gordon, James L.: Young man and his problems. N. Y., and Lond., Funk & Wagnalls, 1911. 329 p. 824G656 Holmes, Oliver Wendell: Poetical Works. Bost. N. Y., Houghton, c1906. xiv, 426 p. 821H618x2 Howe, Mrs. Julia Ward: At sunset (poems). Bost. and N. Y., Houghton, 1910. xii, 150 p. 821H83 Jowett, Benjamin, ed.: Dialogues of Plato. N. Y., Scribner, 1911. 4 vols. 888P697di Kuhns, reading. p. Oscar: Love of books and N. Y., Holt, 1910. 2, 158 824K95 Lee, Sidney Lazarus: French renaissance in England; an account of the literary relations of England and France in the 16th century. N. Y., Scribner, 1910. xxiv, 1 p. 11., 494 p. 820.9L51 Le Gallienne, Richard: Sleeping beauty and other prose fancies. Lond. and N. Y., Lane, 1900. vii, 211 p. 824L523 Lespinasse, Jeanne Julie Eleonore de: Letters of Mlle. de Lespinasse. Introduction by C.-A. Sainte-Beuve, and tr. by Katherine Wormeley. Bost., Haidy, 1903. 342 p. 846L566E Lewis, Arthur Gardner, tr.: Iliad of Homer; tr. into English blank verse. N. Y., Baker & Taylor, 1911. 723 p. 883.1Izl Lockwood, Laura Emma; and Kelley, Amy Ruth; comp.: Letters that live. N. Y., Hoyl, 1911. xii, 253 p. Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth: Poetical works. Lond. and N. Y., Frowde, 1910. viii, 886 p. 821L86x4

Page  59 RECENT ACCESSIONS 59 Lowell, James Russell: Poetical works. Bost. and N. Y., Houghton, c1897. xvii, 515 p. 821L951xJ. Malory, Sir Thomas: Malory's King Arthur and his knights: an abridgement of Le Morte Darthur; ed. by H. B. Lathrop. N. Y., Baker & Taylor Co., [1911]. xv, 421 p. + 398M298m Middleton, George: Embers, with the failures, The Gargoyle, In the house, Madonna, The man masterful. N. Y., Holt, 1911. 192 p. 822M584 Milton, John: Complete poetical works, ed. by H. C. Beeching. Lond. and N. Y., Frowde, 1908. xii, 554 p. 821M642x2 Moore, Thomas: Poetical works. N. Y., Johnson, Fry & Co., n. d. 2 vols. in one. 352+327 p. 821M786x2 Moses, Montrose Jonas: Literature of the south. N. Y., Crowell, [1910]. xiii, 511 p. 810M852 Noyes, Alfred: Poets' anthology of poems. N. Y., Baker & Taylor; Lond., Melrose, 1911. xxvii, 407 p. 821N874 Philips, Stephen: New Inferno. N. Y., Lane, 1910. 151 p. 822P539 Phelps, William Lyon: Essays on Russian novelists. N. Y., Macmillan, 1911. ix, 322 p. 891.7P511 Reed, Elizabeth Armstrong (Mrs. Hiram V. Reed): Hindu literature; or, the ancient books of India. Chic., Scott, Foresman Co., 1907. xviii, 410 p. 891.4R25 Riedl, Frederick: History of Hungarian literature. N. Y., Appleton, 1906. 293 p. 894R44 Rostand, Edmond: Chanticler: play in four acts; tr. (from the French by Gertrude Hall, N. Y., Duffield, 1910. x p. 1 1., 289 p. 842R738ch Scott, Sir Walter: Poetical works. Ed. by J. L. Robertson. Lond., and N. Y., Frowde, 1904. viii, 970 p. 821Sco86co Lady of the Lake. Ed. by C. E. S. Fielden. Chic. Ashworth, 1911. xliii, 166 p. 821Sco8614 Seton-Thompson, Ernest: Wild animal play for children; with alternate reading for very young children. N. Y., Doubleday, c1900. 79 p. + 822Se77w Shaw, George Bernard: Doctor's dilemma, Getting married, and the Shewing up of Blanco Posnet. N. Y., Brentano's, 1911. xcii, 443 p. 822Sh26 Shelley, Percy Bysshe: Poetical works. Ed. by Thomas Hutchinson. Lond. and N. Y., Frowde, 1908. xxiv, 912 p. 821Sh44x1 Shumway, Daniel Bussier, Tr.: Nibelungenlied: tr. from middle high Ger. Bost. and N. Y., Houghton, 1909. xlvi, 339 p. 831Sh91 Stedman, Edmund Clarence: Poems. Bost. and N. Y., Houghton, 1908. xx, 476 p. 821St31 Stephens, Phillips: Nero. N. Y. and Lond., Macmillan, 1906. 200 p. 821P539 Swinburne, Algernon Charles: Works. Phila., McKay, n. d. 539 p. 822Sw Tennyson, Alfred: Poems. Lond. and N. Y., Frowde, 1909. viii, 702 p. 821T258x4 Tinker, Chauncey Brewster, tr.: Beowulf. N. Y., Newson, 1910. 148 p. 829.3T47 Tileston, Mrs. Mary Wilder (Foote), ed.: Children's book of ballads. Bost., Little, c1883. viii, 281 p. +808.1T455 Wells, Carolyn: Comp.: Whimsey anthology, N. Y., Scribner, 1906. xvi, 288 p. 821W463 Whittier, John Greenleaf: Poetical Works. Ed. by W. Garrett Horde. Lond. and N. Y., Frowde, 1910. xv, 595 p. 821W618x2

Page  60 60 RECENT ACCESSIONS Wordsworth, William: Selected poems. Ed. by J. B. Seabury. N. Y., and Bost., Silver, Burdett & Co., c1902. 136 p. 821.W89 Wyche, Richard Thomas: Some great stories and how to tell them. N. Y., Newson, c1910. viii, 181 p. 823W97 RELIGION, PHILOSOPHY, F INE AND USEFUL ARTS, ETC. Bastian, Adolf. Sprachvergleichende Studien. Leipzig, Brockhaus, 1870. xxxvii, 344 p. 407B296 Batchelor, John: Ainu and their folklore. Lond.; Religious Tract Soc., 1901. xxvi, 604 p. 572.95B314 Bennett, Enoch Arnold: Mental efficiency; and other hints to men and women. N. Y., Doran, c1911. 119 p. 170.4B439m human machine. N. Y., Doran, n. d. 123 p. 170.4B439h Bergson, Henri Louis: Creative evolution; tr. by Arthur Mitchell. N. Y., Holt, 1911. xv, 407 p. 110B453 Bryce, James: Hindrances to good citizenship. New Haven, Yale Univ. Press; Lond., Frowde, 1910. 128 p. 172.1B843 Caffin, Charles Henry: Story of Spanish painting. N. Y., Century, 1910. xi, 1 p., 1 1., 203 p. 759.6C117 Call, Annie Payson: Brain power for business men. Bost., Little, 1911. 2, 124 p. 613.7C134 Cushman, Herbert Ernest: Beginner's history of philosophy. Bost. and N. Y., Houghton, c1910. 2 vols. 109C95 Cole, William Morse: American hope. N. Y. and Lond., Appleton, 1910. xii, 259 p. 170C674 Combe, George: System of phrenology. N. Y., Fowler, Wells Co., 1890. 516 p. 139C731 Crozier, Arthur Alger: Dictionary of botanical terms. N. Y., Holt, 1892. v, 202 p. R580.3C887 Dewey, John: Influence of Darwin on philosophy and other essays in contemporary thought. N. Y., Holt, 1910. vi, 309 p. 190D515 Eppens, Edward Henry: Dilemma of the modern christian; how much can he accept of traditional christianity? Bost., Sherman, French & Co., 1911. 2, 181 p. 239E72 Fairbanks, Arthur: Handbook of Greek religion. N. Y., Chicago, Am. Bk. Co., c1910. 384 p. 292F151 Hale, Edward Everett; and Brewer, David Josiah: Mohonk addresses with an introd. by Edwin D. Mead. Published for the International School of Peace. Bost., Ginn, 1910. xxxiii, 150 p. 172.4H13 Hutton, W. S.: Pathway of happiness. Comprising the philosophy of the sunny side of life. London, Routledge; N. Y., Dutton, n. d. 238 p. 171.4H97 Krause, Mrs. Flora (Helen): Manual of moral and humane education. Chic., Donnelley, 1910. 271 p. 179K868 Lin Shao, Yang, pseud.: Chinese appeal to christendom. Concerning christian missions. N. Y., Putnam, 1911. iv, 321 p. 266L63 Macy, John Albert: Guide to reading for young and old. N. Y., Baker and Taylor, 1910. 273 p. 028M25 Meiklejohn, John Miller Dow: English language: its grammar, history and literature. Bost., Heath, 1907. vi, 466 p. 425M475 Novicow, J.: War and its alleged benefits. Tr. by T. Seltzer. N. Y., Holt, 1911. 130 p. 172.4N859 Pascal, Blaise: Thoughts. Tr. from the French; preceded by a sketch of his life. Bost., Gould, Kendall & Lincoln, 1849. vi, 384 p. 239P26 Roberts, Charles G. Douglass: Neighbors unknown. N. Y. Macmillan, 1911. (x), 266 p. 591.5R541

Page  61 PHILIPPINE BIBLIOGRAPHY 61 Sharp, Dallas Lore: Face of the fields. Bost., and N. Y., Houghton, 1911. 250 p. 504.2Sh22 Shaw, George Bernard: Perfect Wagnerite: a commentary on the Niblung's ring. N. Y., Brentano, 1909. xviii, 151 p. 782Sh26 Sidis, Boris: Psychology of suggestion: a research into the subconscious nature of man and society; with an introduction by Wm. James. N. Y. and Lond., Appleton, 1911. x, 386 p. 134S13 Storr, Francis, ed.: Half a hundred hero tales of Ulysses and the men of old. N. Y., Holt, 1911. vii, 384. 398St75 Trine, Ralph Waldo: What all the world's a-seeking: or the vital law of true life, true greatness, power, and happiness. N. Y., Crowell, c1899. 224 p. 170.4T73 In tune with the infinite; or fulness of peace, power, and plenty. N. Y., Crowell, c1897. 222 p. 171T73 Whithers, Percy, comp: Garland of childhood: a little book for all lovers of children. N. Y., Holt. c1910. 338 p. +621W776 Yerkes, Robert Mearns: Introduction to psychology. N. Y., Holt, 1911. xii, 1 1., 427 p. 150Y44 FI(CTION Currie, Barton W.; Augustin: Officer 666. Fly & Co., c1912. and McHugh, N. Y., H. K. C93581o D i c k e n s, Charles: Complete works. Century. ed. N. Y., Scribner, 1910. D555 Hazeltine, Horace: Sable Lorcha. Chic., McClurg, 1912. H338s Post, Melville Davisson: Nameless thing. N. Y. and Lond., Appleton, 1912. P84554n Turnbull, Mrs. Francese Hubbard (Litchfield): Royal pawn of Venice: a romance of Cyprus. Phila. and Lond., Lippincott, 1911. T848r. LIST OF WORKS IN THE FILIPINIANA DIVISION RELATING TO THE STUDY OF THE BIBLIOGRAPHY OF THE PHILIPPINE ISLANDS. PART IV -j-Packard, R. L.: Education in Cuba, Porto Rico, and the Philippines. In "Report of the Commissioner of Education, 1897-98 (Wash., Govt. Printing Office, 1899), i, pp. 909-983. On p. 983 is a short list of titles. Pan, Jose Felipe del: Bibliografia Filipina: Catalogo alfabetico de autores y obras sobre este pais. In "Revista de Filipinas", Manila, Ramirez y Giraudier, 1876, vol. 1, pp. 280, 313, 341, 370, 411, 444, 471, 493, 506, 535, 553. Impugnacion de D. Zoilo Espejo a la nota bibliografica de sus obras, y contestacion del editor. In "Revista de Filipinas", Manila, Ra mirez y Giraudier, 1876, vol. 1, p. 569. Un n ue v o Americo. Supuesto viaje con Magallanes del caballero Pigafetta, segun otro supuesto c6dice encontrado en la Biblioteca Ambrosiana de Milan en el ano 1 de este siglo. In "Revista de Filipinas", Manila, Ramirez y Giraudier, 1876, vol. 1, p. 532. Pardo de Tavera, Trinidad H.: Bibliografia Filipina. In "Revista Hist6rica", Manila, Morales, 1905, nos. 5 and 6. Biblioteca Filipina 6 sea catalogo razonado de todos los impresos, tanto insulares como extranje - In Public Documents Division.

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Page  63 PHILIPPINE BIBLIOGRAPHY 63 Ponce, Mariano: Bibliografia Filipina. In "Revista Hist6rica", Manila, nos. 11 and 12. Mar. and Apr. 1906. -Bibliografia Plaridelina. In "Plaridel," Malolos, nos. 5 and 7, 1907. -Bibliografia Rizalina. In Saturday suppl. of "El Renacimiento", May 26, and June 2, 1906. El extremo Oriente a vista depajaro. Kanagawa-ken (Japon), 1898. In"LaIndependencia." Oct. 24, 1898. El folleto del Dr. Brandstetter. La naturaleza en la vieja literatura malaya. Sus fuentes de inspiraci6n. Los malayos lusones tuvieron literatura escrita? Intransigencia religiosa. P. Chirino. Golo. Gaira. P. Colin. Los poemas indios, segun Castelar. LQ que hicieron los antiguos poetas filipinos. La literatura malaya en las colonias holandezas de Java etc. Versi6n alemana de un folleto del Dr. P. de Tavera. El colegio de Farmaceuticos de Manila. Su Memoria. Trabajos realizados durante 1892. El folleto del Sr. Walls y Merino. In "La Solidaridad", Apr. 30, 1893. El Idolo del pueblo. In "El Renacimiento", Dec. 29, 1906. - Filipinos celebres. (Ensayos biograficos) Pandapira. In "La Solidaridad", Barcelona, Feb. 1, 1890, p. 18. Sun-Yat-Sen. In "Renacimiento Filipino," Manila, nos. 84, 87. 90, Mar. 28-May, 1912. Pons y Torres. Salvador: Defensa del clero filipino y documentos de informaci6n historica. Manila, Estab. Tip. "La Democracia", 1900. See pp. 26-43, "El clero filipino bajo el punto de vista literario. Diccionarios y gramaticas para el estudio de los idiomas filipinos". Manila, Imp. "La Democracia", 1900. 141 p. 1 1. 30 cm. * Potter, Marion E., ed.: United States catalog. Books in print 1902, 2nd ed., Minn., Wilson, 1903; Supplement, books pub. 1902-1905, id. 1906; see also monthly additions, under captions "Philippine Islands" etc. Publicaciones. In "La Ilustraci6n Filipina." Manila, Jan. 21, 1893. Quaritch, Bernard (bookseller): Catalogues. For various years, London. (These contain many rare and valuable titles of Filipiniana.),Que hizo Rizal? In "La Vanguardia," Jan. 17, 1911. Quien es Blumentritt. In "La Espaia Oriental," May 26, 1889. Regidor, Antonio: Civilizaci6n de los filipinos. In "La Independencia" Jan. 14, 15, 17, 18, 1889. Retana y Gamboa, Wenceslao Emilio, (pseud., Desengaios): Aquende y Allende de Suez 6 un pansit por D. Manuel Scheidnagel. Madrid, 1892. In "La Politica de Espaia en Filipinas," vol. 2, no. 25, Jan. 19, pp. 17, 18. - Aparato bibliografico de la historia general de Filipinas deducido de la coleccion que posee la Compafnia general de Tabacos de dichas Islas. Madrid, Sucesora de M. Minuesa de los Rios, 1906. 3 vols. continuous pagination. 28 cm. -_- - Archivo del bibli6filo filipino. Madrid, 1895-1897. In "La Politica de Espafia en Filipinas," vol. 5, pp. 197-199; vol. 6, pp. 78, 79; vol. 7, pp. 569-570. Bibliografia. In "Estadismo de las Islas Filipinas 6 mis viajes por este pais, by Joaquin Martinez de Zuniiga, Madrid, Viuda de M. Minuesa de los Rios, 1893," appendix B, pp. 93-352. El clero secular filipino. Apuntes bibliograficos y biograficos. * In Periodical and Reference Division.

Page  64 64 PHILIPPINE BIBLIOGRAPHY Retana y Gamboa. Wenceslao E. Bibliografia. Historia general de Filipinas por D. Jose Montero y Vidal. Madrid, 1895. In "La Politica de Espaia en Filipinas," vol. 5, July 16, no. 116, pp. 186, 187. - Bibliografia. Islas Marianas. Ligeros apuntes acerca de las mismas, porvenir ci que pueden y deben aspirar y ayuda que ha de prestar la administrilcion para conseguirlo, por Francisco Olive y Garcia. In "La Espaia Oriental," Manila, May 20, 1888, pp. 166-167. - Bibliografia de Mindanao (prologo). Madrid, 1894. In "La Politica de Espaiia en Filipinas," vol. 4, Aug. 14, pp. 221-223. - Bibliografia de Mindanao (epitome). Madrid, Viuda de M. Minuesa de los Rios, 1894. 69 p., 1 1. 18.5 cm. - Bibliografia filipina. I nventario oficial de las obras que se hallan a la venta en la porteria del colegio de los PP. de la Compaiia de Jesus, de Manila, el aio 1768. Madrid, 1896. In "La Politica de Espafia en Filipinas," vol. 6, Jan. 15 -Apr. 30, pp. 12-15, 37, 38, 57, 58, 103, 104, 121, 122, 139, 153, 154, 168, 169. - ibliografia general de Filipinas (Apuntes) Madrid, 1891. In "La Politica de Espafa en Filipinas," vol. 1, Dec. 8, pp. 270-273. - ibliografia Rizalina. In the Saturday suppl. to "El Renacimiento," Apr. 28, 1906. -Biblioteca Filipina de... (Adquisiciones en el ano de 1893). Madrid, 1893. In "La Politica de Espaia en Filipinas," vol. 3, Dec. 19, no. 75, pp. 320, 321. Catalogo abreviado de la Biblioteca Filipina. Madrid, Viuda de M. Minuesa de los Rios, 1898. xxxviii, 652, (3) p. 20 cm. - Catalogo de obras filipinas. Barcelona, Imp. "El Siglo XX", 1902. 160 p. 20.5 cm. - Catalogo de las obras que se hallan de venta en la Biblioteca Filipina de... Madrid, 1892-1893. In "La Politica de Espalia en Filipinas", Dec. 20, 1892, nos. 26-49, vol. 2, nos. 26-49, Feb. 2-Dec. 20, 1893. -Cosas de Filipinas. Madrid, 1896. In "La Politica de Espaia en Filipinas", vol. 6, Feb. 29, pp. 76-78. Desde Sevill a. Madrid, 1895. In "La Politica de Espania en Filipinas", vol. 5, June 4, pp. 151 -154. Don Justo Zaragoza y sus publicaciones. Madrid, 1894. In "La Politica de Espanfa en Filipinas", vol. 4, Sept. 25, pp. 279, 280. -- El librero P. Vindel y sus catalogos de obras de ultramarinos. Madrid, 1894. In "La Politica de Espafia en Filipinas", vol. 4, Nov. 20, pp. 315, 316. El nuevo obispo de Puerto Rico. Madrid, 1894. In "La Politica de Espafia en Filipinas", vol. 4, May 8, pp. 129, 130. El periodismo filipino. Noticias para su historia (1811-1894). Apuntes bibliograficos; indicaciones biograficas; notas criticas; semblanzas; anecdotas. Madrid, Viuda de M. Minuesa de los Rios, 1895. (4), 646, (2) p. 16.5 cm. - El precursor de la politica redentorista. Breves comentarios a un libro raro. Madrid, Viuda de M. Minuesa de los Rios, 1894. 36 p. 18.5 cm. Epitome de la Bibliografia general de Filipinas. In "Archivo del Bibli6filo Filipino, recopilaci6n de documentos hist6ricos, cientificos, literarios y politicos y estudios bibliograficos, Madrid, viuda de M. Minuesa de los Rios, 1895-98", as follows: vol. 1, no. 11, pp. 1-270; vol. 2, no. 13, pp. 271-505; vol. 3, no. 5, pp. 506-720; vol. 4, no. 9 pp. 721 -1167.

Page  65 THE GOVERNMENT OF THE PHILIPPINE ISLANDS DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTlbN PHILIPPINE LIBRARY OF THE PHILIPPINE LIBRARY. VOLUME I JANUARY, 1913 NUMBER 5 CONTENTS LIBRARY OF THE PHILIPPINE ASSEMBLY - - 67 LAW DIVISION --- 68 DUPLICATES OF FILIPINIANA DIVISION OFFERED FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE ----- 69 RECENT ACCESSIONS - - - - 71-80 MANILA BUREAU OF PRINTING 1913 115455

Page  66 PHILIPPINE LIBR{ARY BOARD) Ex officio: NEWTON W. GILBERT, Secretary of Public Instruction DEAN C. WORCESTER, Secretary of the Interior GREGORIO ARANETA, Secretary of Finance and Justice Appointive: GRANT T. TRENT, Justice of the Supreme Court LAWRENCE E. GRIFFIN, Associate Professor of Zoology, and Dean, College of Liberal Arts, University of the Philippines Secretary: MCQUEEN S. WIGHTMAN. P11IIIPPI [NE IIB11AIRY OFFICEIS JAMES A. ROBERTSON, Librarian SYRENA MCKEE, Chief Cataloguer BESSIE A. DWYER, Chief, Circulating Division (American Circulating Library) MANUEL ARTIGAS Y CUERVA, Curator, Filipiniana Division 66

Page  67 BULLETIN OF ITH E PHILIPPINE LIBRARY VOL. I JANUARY, 1913 No. 5 LIBRARY ()F THE PHILIPPINE ASSEMBLY One of the first cares of the Philippine Assembly was the formation of a library for the use of its members. This library is included in the provisions of Act No. 1935 as part of the Philippine Library. Books along parliamentary and legislative lines are being collected, mostly in the English and Spanish languages. About two years ago the collection of the deceased scholar, Felipe Calderon, was purchased from his heirs, thus adding many good titles to the Assembly Library. These with other accessions have brought the number of books up to about twelve thousand. The library, as its name indicates, is not for the use of the general public although those desiring to consult its books are courteously allowed that privilege. The library is in direct charge of the Library Committee of the Philippine Assembly. Under the Committee is the librarian, whose duties are as follows, as extracted from the report of the chief clerk of the Philippine Assembly for 1910: "He has charge of the books of the library, the accessions Register, classification and cataloguing, loan of books, etc. "He also has charge of the collection of documents issued by the Congress of the United States, the "Official Gazette," and foreign, provincial and local reviews and periodicals. "He prepares an annual report for the Speaker of the Assembly through the President of the Library Committee of the Assembly and the Secretary, and a monthly report for the Librarian of the Libraries of the Insular Government, by virtue of Act No. 1935 of the Philippine Legislature. "He has direct supervision of the space occupied by the Library in the Committee Building of the Philippine Assembly, in whatever pertains to the safeguarding and conservation of the books, its ventilation, and of courtesy to and comfort of readers. e2t ^ ^* * * *i: * "He has charge of the correspondence referring to library matters;n.nd to the library committee; the translation of certain documents into 67

Page  68 68 THE LAW DIVISION English, Spanish, and the idioms of the country; and acts, as occasion demands, as interpreter for the Committee. * * * * e * *s "He is preparing and compiling the historical and revolutionary documents of the Calderon Collection." * * t * * * * THE LAW DIVISION The Law Division of the Philippine Library consists of two parts: one that of the Supreme Court and the other that of the Attorney-General office. The first contains about 10,500 volumes and the second about 5,000. With the building of the capitol group it would be natural for these two parts to be merged into one, with a resultant economy both in book buying and in management. The division numbers most of the state and federal reports, important digests, and many textbooks and treatises. The books are used not only by the court officials, but by most of the lawyers and law students of the city. The Supreme Court has granted special privileges to the law students, and these are eagerly availed of. In the Supreme Court some of the more important legal journals are received. The end served by this division is practical and constant.

Page  69 DUP.,ICATES IN THE FILIPINIANA DIVISION OFFERED FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE A pronouncing Gazeteer and Geographical Dictionary of the Philippine Islands, United States of America, with maps, charts, and illustrations; also the law of civil government in the Philippine Islands passed by Congress and approved by the President July 1, 1902. With a complete index. Wash. Govt. Prtg. Office, 1902. xxxix, 933 p. Plates. Maps. Charts. 23 cm. Alvarez Guerra, Juan: Viajes por Filipinas. De Manila a Albay. Madrid, Fortanet, 1887. 318 p. 18 cm. I I Ii Ii i i ni C. Ronquillo y Valdes. Manila, Imp. de Quiapo, 1905. 50, xiii p. 15.5 cm. Discurso leido en el Liceo de Manila en el dia de la apertura del curso escolar de 1903 a 1904. Manila, Imp. de Quiapo, 1903. 25 p. 21 cm. El A. B dano Filipino. ] culo quinto del Manila, Imp. de x, p. 14.5 cm.. C... del CiudaExposici6n del artiBill de Filipinas. Quiapo, 1905. 45, Viajes por Manila a' Marianas. tanet, 1887. 307 p. Viajes por Manila a Tayabas. net, 1887. 385 p. Filipinas. De Madrid, For-.18 cm. Filipinas. De Madrid, Forta18 cm. Un viaje por Oriente. De Manila a Marianas. Madrid, 1872, Molines, 236 p. 18 cm. Cabeza Pereyro, A.: Estudios sobre Carolinas. La Isla de Ponape. Geografia, Etnografia, Historia. Obra premiada por la Junta Superior Consultiva de guerra. Manila, Chofre, 1893. 241 p. 31.23 cm. Cabezas de Herrera, Jose: Apuntes historicos sobre la organizacion Politico-Administrativa de Filipinas. Manila, Chofre, 1883. 29 p. 28.5 cm. Informe emitido por el Consejo de Ultramar sobre la conveniencia de establecer en Filipinas Bancos 1lipotecarios. Madrid, Gines Hernandez, 1889. 145 p. 18 cm. Calderon, Felipe G.: Ang A. B... nang mamamayang filipino. 'aliwanag n-g icalimang pangcat '"ang Bill nang filipinas. Tinagalog -- El Colegio de San Jose. Refutacion de las pretensiones alegadas er sus informes por el Sr. Delegado de S. S. y el Sr. Arzobispo de Manila presentada a la Comision de los E. U. de America del Norte. Manila, Reyes, 1900. 24.5 cm. Yti A. B. C... ti ciudadano filipino a nacaipalaoagan ti maycalima a paset ti Bill de Filipinas. Manila, Imp. de Quiapo, 1905. 50, VII, p. 17 cm. Calderon, Sofronio G.: Dating Pilipinas. Maynila, Imp. Lib. at Papeleria ni J. Martinez, 1907. 127 p. 22 cm. -Pagkatuklas sa ating lupain. 1908. Maynila, Limbagan i~g "El Renacimiento," 64 p. 18.5 cm. Campa, Buenaventura: Los Mayoyaos y la raza ifugao. Madrid, Viuda de M. Minuesa de los Rios, 1894. Canga Arguelles y Villalba, Felipe: La Isla de la Paragua. Estudio geografico-politico-social. Madrid. Fortanet, 1888. 88 p. 23.5 cm. Cano, Gaspar: Catalogo de los religiosos de N. P. S. Agustin de la Provincia del Smo. nombre de 69

Page  70 70 70 OU~IRPLICIATES IN THE FILIPINIANA DIVISION Jesus de Filipinas desde su establecimento en estas Islas hasta nuestros dias, con algunos datos biograficos de los mismos. Manila, Ramirez y Giraudier, 1864. 336 p. 21 CM. Cafiamaque, Francisco: Las Islas Filipinas (de todo un poco) Reformas. La novela de Filipinas: Candelanio. Monografia de Zambales. Costumbres en Visayas. Avisos de un Padre Jesuita. Segunda edicio'n. Madrid, G. Hernandez, 236 p., 1. map. 18 cm. Caro, P. (Pseud. Fr. Casimiro Herrero): Filipinas ante la razon del indio. Madrid, Gomez Fuentenebro, 1874. 293 p., 2 1. 13 cm. Caro y Mora, Juan: Ataque de Li-Mallong 'a Manila en 1574. Reseiia, historica de aquella memorable jornada. Manila, Amigos del Pais, 1894. 52 p., 2 1. 29 cm. -Ataque de Li-Mallong 'a Manila en 1574. Resefia historica de aquella memorable j ornada. 2.a edicio'n, Manila, Chofre' 1898. 155 p. 21.5 cm. La situacio'n del Pais. Goleccio'n de articulos publicados por "La Voz Espafiola" acerca de la insurreccio'n tagala, sus causas, y principales cuestiones que afectan 'a Filipinas. Manila, Amigos del Pais, 1897. 257 p., 3 1. 19.5 cm. Carro, Andr~s: Vocabulario IlocoEspafiol. Traba~jado por varios religiosos. 2.a Edicio'n. Manila, M. Perez, Hijo, 1888. 294 p., 1 1. 31.5 cm. Cartilla higie'nica y de desinfecCio'n con las precauciones que deben tomarse en el caso de una invasion cole'rica. Redactada en vista de la Guia Pr~ctica de Higiene y de desinfeccio'n publicada, aprobada y recomendada por la Excma. Comisio'n Provincial y Junta de San idad de Madrid en 1884. Con algunas observaciones propias y rela'cionadas con este Pais. Acordada publicar por el Excmo. Ayuntamiento de Manila en sesikn celebrada el dia, 16 de Agosto de 1888. Manilal, Chofre6, 1888. 16 p. 15.5 cm. Casal y Ochoa, tiones Filipinas. Social. Madrid, 1888. 39 p. 23 Eduardo P.: CuesEstudio PoliticoMoreno y, Rojas, cm. Castellano y Villarroya, Toma.s: La insurreccio'n de Filipinas. Discurso, pronunciado, en la sesio'n celebrada por el Congreso de los Diputados el dia 1.,1 de Junio de 1897. Madrid, H1ijos de M. G. Hernandez, 1897. 15 p. 23 cm. Castillo y Jimenez, Jose' M. del: El Katipunan 6 el Filibusterismo, en Filipinas. Crdnica ilustrada. Madrid, Asilo de Hue'fanos, 1897. 396 p. 1 1. 20 cm. Cat, —logo de la Exposicio'n general de las Islas Filipinas celebrada en Madrid. Inaugurada por S. M. Ia Reina Regente el 30 de Junio de 1887. Madrid, Fe', 1887. 732 p. 1 pocket map of Philippine Islands. 21 cm. Catilogo de las obras existentes en el Museo-iBiblioteca de Filipinas en el dia, 24 de Octubre de 1891 fecha de la inauguracio'n del mismo. Manila, Chofre', 1892. 137 p. 17.5 CM. Cavada Mendez de Vigo, Agustin de la: Historia geogra'fica, geolo'gica estadistica de Filipinas. Con datos geogra'ficos, geolo'gicos y estadi'sticos de las Islas de Luzon, Visayas, Mindanao y Jol6'; y los que corresponden di las islas Batanes, Calamianes, Balabac, Mindoro, Masbate, Ticao, y Burias, situadas a] N. 5. 0. y S. de Luzon. 2 vols. Manila, Ramirez y Giraudier, 1876.

Page  71 RECENT ACCESSIONS HISTORY, ECONOMICS, ETC. (INCLUDING GEOGRAPHY, TRAVEL, AND DESCRIPTION) Adam, Evelyn: screens: an English pressions of Japan. Lond. Putnam, 1910. Behind the woman's imN. Y. and xiii, 277 p. 915.2Ad13 American Historical Association: Annual Report. Wash., Govt. Prtg. Office, 1909. 973Am31 Bliss, W. P.: History in the elementary schools: methods, courses of study, bibliographies. N. Y., Chic., Amer. Bk. Co., c1911. 214 p. +907B618 Blythe, Marion: An American bride in Porto Rico. N. Y., Revell, c1911. 917.29B6292 Bogart, Ernest Ludlow: Economic history of the United States. N. Y., Lond., etc., Longmans, 1908. xiii, 522 p. 330B633 Brand, R. H.: Africa. Oxford, 1909. 192 p. Union of South Clarendon Press, 968B733 Chitty, J. R.: Things seen in China. Lond., Seeley, 1909. xi. 251 p. 915.1C449 Crawford, Samuel J.: Kansas in the sixties. Chic. McClurg, 1911. xiii, 441 p. 978.1C859 Cruickshank, J. W.; and Cruickshank, A. M.: Christian Rome. Ed. 2. N. Y., Holt; Lond., Grant Richards, n. d. 396 p. 914.5C888r Denis, Pierre: Brazil; Tr. with a hist. chap., by B. Miall, and a suppl. chap. by D. A. Vindin. N. Y., Scribner, 1911. 388 p. 918.1D415 Doggett, Lawrence L.: Life of Robert Ross McBurney. Cleveland, Barton, c1902. 12+280 p. 923.6M12d Eastman, Charles Alexander: Soul of the Indian: an interpretation. Bost., Houghton, 1911. xiii, 170 p. 970.1E78s Eastman, Charles Alexander; and Eastman, Mrs. Elaine Goodale: Wigwam evenings; Sioux folk tales retold. Bost., Little, c1909. xvi, 253 p. 398E78w Edwards, George Wharton: Brittany and the Breton. N. Y., Moffat, 1910. xii, 274 p. 914.41Ed95 Emerton, Ephraim: Desiderius Erasmus of Rotterdam. N. Y., Putnam, 1910. xxvi, 469 p. 922Erl5e Erskine, John: Leading American novelists. N. Y., Holt, 1910. viii, 378 p. 920Er85 Espitalier, Albert: Napoleon and King Murat: a biography compiled from hitherto unknown and unpublished documents; tr. from the Fr. by J. Lewis May. Lond., and N. Y., Lane, 1912. [vi], 509 p. 923.1N16e Ferrero, Guglielmo: Women of the Caesars. N. Y., Century, 1911. x, 337 p. 920.7F414 71 Canby, George: Evolution of the American flag; from materials collected by the late George Canby, by Lloyd Balderston. Phila., Ferris & Leach, 1908. 144 p. 929.9C16 Cappelletti, Giuseppe: Breve corse di storia di Venezia, esteso dal cav. pr. Giuseppe Cappelletti per gli esperimenti a premii nella festo dello statuto. Ed. 2. Venezia, Gennaro Favai, 1873. 303 p. 943.3C171 Carter, Clarence Edwin: Great Britain and the Illinois Country, 1763-1774. Wash., Amer. Hist. Ass'n., 1910. ix, 223 p. 973.2C245 Chase, Joseph Smeaton: Yosemite trails: camp and pack train in the Yosemite region of the Sierra Nevada. Bost., Houghton, 1911. x, 254 p. 917.94C386

Page  72 72 RECENT ACCESSIONS Ferris, George T. ed.: Our native land: or Glances at American scenery and places. N. Y., Appleton, 1891. xvii, 615 p. 917.3F4170 Fling, Fred Morrow: Outline of historical method. Lincoln Miller, 1899. 124 p. 907F64 Forbes, Edgar Allen: Land of the white helmet; lights and shadows across Africa. N. Y., Revell, c1910. 356 p. 916.1F741 Ford, Paul Leicester: True George Washington. P h i 1 a., Lippincott, 1909. 319 p. 923.1W276f Fordham, Elias Pym: Personal narrative of travels in Virginia, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky, and of a residence in the Illinois Territory, 1817-1818; ed. by F. A. Ogg. Cleveland, Clark, 1906. 917.3F759 Frankel, Lee Kaufer; and Dawson, Miles Menander: Workingmen's insurance in Europe. N. Y., Charity Pub. Corn., 1910. xviii, 477 p. (Russell Sage foundation.) 368F852 Goldsmith, Oliver: History of Greece; Abridged for the use of schools. Bordeaux, printed by Peter Beaume, 1816. xii, 372 p. 938G573 Graham, Harry: Mother of parliaments. Bost., Little, 1911. xii, 314 p. 328.42G76 Gregory, Herbert Ernest; and others: Physical and commercial geography: a study on certain controlling conditions of commerce. N. Y., Ginn, c1910. viii, 469 p. 380. 1G862 Griffith, W. L.: Dominion of Canada. Bost., Little, 1911. x, 450 p. 917.1G875 Haskell, Frank Aretas: Battle of Gettysburg. Ed. 2. Wis. Hist. Com'n., 1910. xviii, 192 p. 973.7H27 Hardie, James Keir: India: impressions and suggestions. N. Y., Huebsch, 1909. xvi, 126 p. 915.4H216 Harford, Charles Forbes: Hints on outfit for travellers in tropical countries. Lond., Roy. Geog. Soc., 1903. 60 p. 910.2H2232 Harrison, Cuthbert Woodville, ed.: Illustrated guide to the Federated Malay States. Lond., Malay States Development Agency, n. d. 919.1H245 Holland, Clive: Belgians at home. Bost., Little, 1911. x, 330 p. 914.93H719 Hopkins, William John: Indian book. Bost., Houghton, [1911]. viii, 239 p. +970.1H774 Howe, Mark Anthony De Wolfe, Ied.: Home letters of General Sherman, N. Y., Scribner, 1909. 412 p. 923.5Sh55al Kepplier, Agnes: Philidelphia, the place and the people. N. Y., and Lond., Macmillan, 1909. xxi, 392 p. 974.8R299 Koebel, W. H.: Argentina past and present. N. Y., Dodd, 1911. xxii, 455 p. 918.2K818 Krehbiel, Edward Benjamin: Interdict; its history and its operations; with special attention to the time of Pope Innocent III. Wash., Amer. Hist. Ass'n., 1909. viii, 184 p. 262.9K872 Lamplough, A. O.: Egypt and how to see it N. Y., Platt & Peck Co., Lond., Ballantyne & Co., [1910]. 223 p. 916.2L198 Lawson, Peter: Agriculturist's manual; being a familiar description of the agricultural plants cultivated in Europe, including practical observations respecting those suited to the climate of Great Britain; and forming a report of Lawson's Agricultural Museum of Edinburgh. Lond., Blackwood; Dublin, Curry, 1836. xv, 430+63 p. 633L444

Page  73 RECENT ACCESSIONS Leupp, Francis Ellington: Indian and his problem. N. Y., Scribner, 1910. xiv, 369 p. 970.1L57 Lloyd, C. V.: From Hongkong to Canton by the Pearl River. Hongkong, "Daily Press Office", [1902]. xi, 80 p. 915.1L1775 Lieber, G. Norman: Remarks on the Army regulations and executive regulations in general. Washington, Govt. Prtg. Office, 1898. 189 p. 355L621 Little, Archibald: Gleanings from fifty years in China. Phila., Lippincott, n. d. xvi, 330 p. 915.1L72g Major, Richard Henry: Discoveries of Prince Henry the navigator, and their results; being the narrative of the discovery by sea, within the century of more than half the world. Lond., Low, 1877. x, 326 p. 910M289 Maus, L. Mervin: An army officer on leave in Japan: including a sketch of Manila and environment; Philippine insurrection of 1896-7; Dewey's battle of Manila Bay, and a description of Formosa. Chic., McClurg, 1911, xxi, 413 p. 915.2M44 Mecklenburg, Adolphus Frederick, duke of: In the heart of Africa; tr. by G. E. Maberly-Oppler. Lond., N. Y., etc., Cassell, 1910. xx, 295 p. 916.7M46 Merritt, Albert Newton: Federal regulations for railway rates. Bost. and N. Y., Houghton, c1907. xii, 240 p. (Hart, Schaffner and Marx prize essays, vol. 4). 385M55 National Review: Provinces of China, together with a history of the first year of H. I. M. Hsuan Tuing, and an account of the government of China. Reprinted from the National Rev. Shanghai, Nat. Rev. Office, 1910. 188 p. R915.1N213 Notestein, Wallace: History of witchcraft in England from 1558 to 1718. Wash., Amer. Hist. Ass'n., 1911. xiv, 442 p. 133.4N843 Palgrave, William Gifford: Dutch Guiana. Lond., Macmillan, 1876. vi, 264 p. 918.8P174 Peixotto, Ernest: Romantic California. N. Y., Scribner, 1911. xiv, 219 p. 917.94P35r Philippine Motor car blue book, 1911; maps of routes and other practical information for Philippine motorists. Manila, Tinan, [1911]. 60 p. R919.14P54 Prichard, Hesketh, Vernon Hesketh-: Through trackless Labrador... with chapter on fishing by G. M. Gathorne-Hardy. N. Y., Sturgis, 1911. xv, 244 p. 917.19P93 Ravenstein, Ernest George: New census; physical, pictorial and descriptive atlas of the world... description and geographical distribution of the principal commodities of commerce. Chic., Reilly & Britton, c1911. 192 p. R912R197 Raynal, Guillaume-Thomas: Histoire philosophique et politique des etablissements et du commerce des europeens dans les deux Indes.: Geneve, chez Jean-Leonard Pellet, imprimeur de la Ville et de l'Acade'mie, 1780. 3 vols. 325R211 Reeves, E. A. ed.; Hints to travellers scientific and general; ed. for the council of the Roy. Geog. Soc. Ed. 9. Lond., Roy. Geog. Soc., 1906. 2 vols. 910.2R25 Robinson, James Harvey; and Rolfe, Henry Winchester, eds., Petrarch: The first modern scholar and man of letters; a selection from his correspondence with Boccaccio and other friends, designed to illustrate the beginnings of the renaissance; tr. from the original latin. N. Y., Putnam, 1899. x, 436 p. 928.51P44r Runciman, Sir Walter: Tragedy of St. Helena. Lond., Unwin, 1911. 309 p. 923.1N16r

Page  74 74 RECENT ACCESSIONS Russel, Mrs. Florence Kimball: Woman's journey through the Philippines. Bost.. Page, 1907. 270 p. 919.14R91 Russell, Israel Cook; North America. N. Y., Appleton, 1904. vi, 435 p. 557R914n Sale, Mark: Paradise in Portugal. N. Y., Baker & Taylor; Lond., Melrose, 1911. viii, 168 p. 914.69S32 Sales y Ferre, Manuel: Transformacion del Japon. Madrid, Asilo de Huerfanos, 1909. 223 p. 952S32 Shuster, W. Morgan: Strangling of Persia: story of the European diplomacy and the oriental intrigue that resulted in 'the denationalization of twelve million mohammedans; a personal narrative. N. Y., Century, 1912. lxiii, 423 p. 327.55Sh91 Smith, Frank Berkeley: Parisians out of doors. N. Y., and Lond., Funk & Wagnalls, 1905. 280 p. 914,4Sm56pm Smith, Mary Cate: World and its people: book VI; life in Asia...; ed. by Larkin Dunton. N. Y. Bost., etc., Silver c1897. 328 p. +915Sm62 Treat, Payson Jackson: National land system. N. Y., Treat, 1910. xii, 426 p. 333T71 Turner, Edward Raymond: Negro in Pennsylvania: slavery-servitude-freedom, 1639-1861. Wash., Amer. Hist. Ass'n, 1911. xii, 314 p. 326T851 Van Hise, Charles Richard: Conservation of Natural resources in the U. S. N. Y., Macmillan, 1910. xiv, 413 p. 338V31 Vrooman, Carl S.: American railway problems in the light of European experience; or government regulations vs. government operation of railways. Lond., N. Y., etc., Frowde, [1910]. vii, 376 p. 385V966 Walsh, James J.: Popes and science: the history of the papal re lations to science during the middle ages and down to our own time. Kts. of Col., ed. N. Y. Fordham Univ. Press, 1911. xii, 431 p. 239.8W169 Yeigh, Frank: Through the heart of Canada. Chic., McClurg, 1911. 319 p. 917.1Ye3t BIOGRAPHY Abbott, John Stevens Cabot: History of Napoleon Bonaparte. N. Y. and Lond., Harper, c1883. 923.1N16a Agassiz, Elizabeth Cary: Louis Agassiz: his life and correspondence. Bost., Houghton, c1885. xviii, 794 p. 925.9Ag17 Albee, Mrs. Helen (Rickey): The gleam. N. Y., Holt, 1911. 311 p. 131A113 Anderson, Mary: Few Memories. N. Y., Harper, c1896. 262 p. 927.92An23am Arnold, Isaac: Life of Benedict Arnold: his patriotism and his treason. Ed. 3. Chic., McClurg, 1897. 444 p. 923A264a Broadley, Alexander Meyrick; and Rose, John Holland: Napoleon in caricature, 1795-1821. Lond. and N. Y., Lane, 1911. 2 vols. 923.1N16b Carmen, Sylva, (pseud): From memory's shrine; tr. from Ger. by E. Hokpirk. Phila. and Lond., Lippincott, 1911. 271 p. 920.7E41ar Clutton-Brock, Arthur: Shelley, the man and the poet. N. Y., Putnam; Lond., Methuen, 1909. xxii, 294 p. 928.21Sh44c Craig, Austin: Writings and addresses of Austin Craig; ed. by Martyn Summerbell. D a y t o n, Christian Pub. Ass'n., c1911. 433 p. 251C84 Dasent, Arthur Irwin: Speakers of the House of Commons from the earliest times to the present day, with a topographical description of Westminster at various epochs and

Page  75 RECENT ACCESSIONS 75 a brief record of the principal constitutional changes during seven centuries. N. Y., and Lond., Lane, 1911. xl, 455 p. 920.042D26s Dyer, Frank Lewis; and Martin, Thomas Commerford: Edison: his life and inventions. N. Y., and Lond., Harper, 1910. 2 vols. 926Ed47d Fournier, August: Napoleon I., a biography; tr. by A. E. Adams; with an introd. by H. A. L. Fisher, N. Y., Holt, 1911. 2 vols. 923.1N16f Froude, James Anthony: Life and letters of Erasmus: lectures delivered at Oxford, 1893-4. N. Y., Scribner, 1903. 433 p. 922Erl5f Gosse, Edmund: Hendrik Ibsen. N. Y., Scribner, 1908. xii, 244 p. 928.8Iblg Gould, George Milbry; and Stedman, Laura: Concerning Lafcadio Hearn; with a bibliography. Phila., Jacobs, [1908]. 416 p. 921H35g Haaren, John Henry; and Poland, A. B. Famous men of Greece. N. Y. Amer. Bk. Co., c1904. 265 p. +-920H11 Hale, Edward Everett, Jr.: William H. Seward. Phila; Jacobs, 1910. 288 p. 923.1Se87h Harrison, Constance Cary; (Mrs. Burton Harrison): Recollections grave and gay. N. Y., Scribner, 1911. 386 p. 921H245ar Henderson, Archibald: M ark Twain; with photographs by Alvin Langdon Coburn. N. Y., Stokes, 1912. xiii, 230 p. 928C591 Jordan, David Starr: Leading American men of science. N. Y., Holt, 1910. 471 p. R920J762 Keller, Helen: World I live in. N. Y., Century, 1908. xiii, 195 p. 152K281 Lester, Charles Edwards: Life and public services of Charles Summer. N. Y., United States Pub. Co., 1874. 596 p. 923.2Su641 McGiffert, Arthur C u s h m a n: Martin Luther; the man and his work, N. Y., Century, 1912. xi, 397 p. 922.4L96m Meynell, Wilfred: Benjamin Disraeli: an unconventional biography. N. Y., Appleton, 1903. xxi, 520 p. 923.2B3566m Montignoso, Louisa Antoinette Marie, contessa di: My own story, by Louise of Tuscany, ex-crown princess of Saxony; tr. under the supervision of the author. N. Y., Putman, 1911. 367 p. 920.7M76 Newton, Joseph Fort: Lincoln and Herndon. Cedar Rapids, Torch Press, 1910. 367 p. 923.1L638n Norton, Eliot: Abraham Lincoln, a lover of mankind: an essay. N. Y., Moffat, 1911. 95 p. 923.1L638no Payne, William Morton: Leading American essayists. N. Y., Holt, 1910. 401 p. 920P93 Putnam, Ruth: William the silent, prince of Orange (1533-1584); and the revolt of the Netherlands. N. Y. and Lond., Putman, 1911. 923.1W67p Seward, William Henry: Life and public services of John Quincy Adams; with the eulogy delivered before the legislature of New York. Auburn, Miller & Co., 1849. xvi, 404 p. 923.1Adl3s Shaw, Albert: Cartoon history of Roosevelt's career: illustrated by six hundred and thirty contemporary cartoons and many other pictures. N. Y., Rev. of Reviews Co., c1910. v, 353 p. R923.1R676 Stevenson, Robert Louis: Letters and miscellanies of Robert Louis Stevenson. Memoirs of Fleming Jenkin. N. Y., Scribner, 1909. viii, 366. 921J412s Strickland, Agnes: Memoirs of Elizabeth, second queen regnant of England and Ireland. Phila., Blanchard & Lea, 1853. 583 p. 923.1E141s

Page  76 76 RECENT ACCESSIONS Warwick, Charles Franklin: Napoleon and the end of the French revolution. Phila., Jacobs, [1910]. 481 p. 923.1N16w Watson, Thomas Edward: Life and times of Thomas Jefferson. N. Y., Appleton, 1903. xx, 534 p. 923.1J356 Wetmore, Mrs. Elizabeth Bisland: Life and letters of Lafcadio Hearn. Bost., Houghton, [1906]. 2 vols. 921H35w Whipple, Wayne, ed.: Story-life of Washington: a life history in five hundred true stories selected from original sources and fitted together in order. Phila., Winston, c1911. 2 vols. 923.1W276w Willis, Henry Parker: Stephen A. Douglass. Phila. Jacobs, [1910]. 371 p. 923.2D745w Wilson, Francis: Joseph Jefferson: reminescences of a fellow player. N. Y., Scribner, 1906. 354 p. 927.92J356w LITERATURE Alien, Grant: Falling in love: with other essays on more exact branches of science. New ed. Lond., Smith, Elder & Co., 1891. 356 p. 824A1534 Belloc, Joseph Hilaire Pierre: On nothing and kindred subjects. Ed. 2. N. Y., Dutton, 1909. xx, 262 p. 824B418n Burnett, Mrs. Francis Hodgson: Little princess: a play for children and grown-up children in three acts. N. Y. and Lond., French, c1911. 68 p. +822B934 Burton, Richard: Masters of English novel: a study of principles and personalities. N. Y., Holt, 1909. vii, 367 p. 823B953 Donnelly, Ignatius: Great cryptogram: Francis Bacon's cipher in the so-called Shakespeare plays., Chic., N. Y., and Lond., 1888. [ix], 894 p. 822.33D719 Dunne, Finley Peter: Mr. Dooley says.. N. Y. Scribner, 1910. vi, 239 p. 827D22ms Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von: Faust: Freely adapted from Goethe's dramatic poem, by Stephen Phillips and J. Comyns Carr. N. Y., Macmillan. xx, 208 p. 831G712fp Huart, Clement: bic literature. N. 1903. vii, 478 p. History of AraY., Appleton, 892.7H86 Long, William J.: English literature: its history and its significance for the life of the English speaking world: a textbook for schools. Bost., Ginn, c1909. xv, 582 p. 820L85e Neilson, William Allan, ed.: chief Elizabethan dramatists, excluding Shakespeare. Bost.,Houghton, 1911. vi, 878 p. 822N317 Northrup, Clark Sutherland, and others: Studies in language and literature in celebration of the seventieth birthday of James Morgan Hart, Nov. 2, 1909. N. Y., Holt, 1910. vi, 520 p. 824N819 Ridge, W. Pett: Speaking rather seriously. Lond., Hodder, 1908. viii, 232 p. 824R436 Shaw, George Bernard: John Bull's other island, and Major Barbara. N. Y., Brentano, 1908. lxii, 311 p. 822Sh26j Walsh, Clara A.: Master-singers of Japan: being verse translations from Japanese poets. N. Y., Dutton, 1910. 120 p. 895W168 White, Edwin J.: Commentary on the law in Shakespeare: with the explanation of legal terms used in the plays, poems, and sonnets, and discussion of the criminal types presented. St. Louis, Thomas Law Bk. Co. 1911. xviii, 524 p. 822.33W582 NATURAL SCIENCE Beecroft, Willey Ingraham, comp.: Who's who among the ferns. N. Y., Moffat, 1910. xiii, 208 p. 587.3B392

Page  77 RECENT ACCESSIONS 77 Cattelle, Wallis Richard: The pearl: its story, its charm, and its value. Phila. and Lond., Lippincott, 1907. 376 p. 553.8C295 Delacombe, Harry: Boys' book of airships. N. Y., Stokes, [1909]. x, 244 p. -533.6D37 De Vries, Hugo: Mutation theory: experiments and observations on the origin of species in vegetable kingdom; tr. by J. B. Farmer and A. D. Darbishire. Chic., Open Court Pub. Co., 1909-10. 2 vols. 575.8D49m Kimball, Arthur Lolanne: College textbook of physics. N. Y., Holt, 1911. ix, 692 p. 530K561 Marilaun, Anton Kerner von: Natural history of plants: their forms, growth, reproduction and distribution; tr. from the Ger. by F. W. Oliver and others. Lond., Blakie, 1902. 2 vols. 580M339 Marsh, George Perkins: Man and nature, or, physical geography as modified by human action. N. Y., Scribner, 1864. xix, 560 p. 550.4M352 Mason, Otis Tufton: Woman's share in primitive culture. Lond. and N. Y., Macmillan, 1895. xiii, 295 p. 571M37 Maxwell, Anna Caroline; and Pope, Amy Elizabeth: Practical nursing: a textbook for nurses, and a handbook for all who care for the sick. Ed. 2. N. Y. and Lond., Putnam, 1910. xiii, 571 p. 610M45 Semple, Ellen Churchill: Influences of geographic environment, on the basis of Rathzel's system of anthropo-geography. N. Y., Holt, 1911. xvi, 683 p. 573.4Se54 Thorpe, Sir Edward: History of chemistry: N. Y., Putnam, 1909 -10. 2 vols. 540T398 Wood, J.: Popular natural hisIory. Phila., Porter, n. d. 695 p. 590W85 FINE AND USEFUL ARTS Bailey, Liberty Hyde: Manuel of gardening: a practical guide to the making of home grounds, and the growing of flowers, fruits, and vegetables for home use. Ed. 2. N. Y., Macmillan. 1911. xvi, 541 p. 635B151 Baskerville, Charles, ed.: Municipal Chemistry: a series of thirty lectures by experts on the application of the principles of chemistry to the city, delivered at the College of the City of New York, 1910. N. Y., McGraw-Hill, 1911. ix, 526 p. 614B29m Bond, Francis: Westminster Abbey. Lond., N. Y., etc.. Frowde, 1909. xvi, 332 p. 726.7B64 Bruce, Edward C.: The Century: its priests and festivals; being a history and description of the centenial exhibition, with a preliminary outline of modern progress. Phila., Lippincott, 1877. 252 p. 606B83 Byrne, Austin Thomas: Treatise on highway construction: designed as a text-book and work of reference for all who may be engaged in the location, construction, or maintenance of roads, streets, and pavements, Ed. 5. N. Y. Wiley, 1910. xliii, 1040 p. 625.7B99 Casson, Herbert of the telephone. 1910. Norton: History Chic. McClurg, 654.6C274 Chatterton, Edward K e b 1 e: Steamships and their story. Lond. Cassell, 1910. xx, 340 p. 656C39 Craig, John stock. Ed. 14. 1909. 193 p. A.: Judging live Des Moines, author, 636C84 Diemer, Hugo: Automobiles: a practical treatise on the construction, operation, and care of gasoline, steam, and electric motor-cars, including mechanical details of running gear, instruction in drawing, etc., Chic. Amer. School of Corresp., 1912. 192 p. 629D5633

Page  78 78 RECENT ACCESSIONS Dodge, Gordon Floyd: Diagrams for designing reinforced concrete structures, including diagrams for reaction and strengths of steel beams, N. Y., and Chic., Clarck, c1910. viii, 104. R693.5D664 Hall, Edward Hagaman, ed.: Hudson-Fulton celebration, 1909; the 4th annual rept. of the HudsonFulton celebration comm'n to the legisl. of the state of N. Y. Albany, Lyon, 1910. 2 vols. 656H14 Hasluck, Paul Nooncree: Metal working: a book of tools, materials, and process of the handyman, with 2,206 illus. and working drawings: London and N. Y., Cassell, n. d. viii, 760 p. 671H274 Henry, William Arnon: Feeds and feeding: a handbook for the student and stockman. Ed. 11, Madison, Wis., author., 1911. vi, 613 p. 636H396f Husband, Joseph: Year in a coalmine. Bost., Houghton, 1911. 622.3H951 cheap and wholesome diet. Lond., N. Y., etc., Cassell, n. d. 190 p. 641P293 Ravenhill, Alice; and Schiff, Catherine J.: Household administration; its place in the higher education of women. N. Y., Holt, 1911. x, 324 p. 640R196 Rorer, Mrs. Sarah Tyson: Dainties. Phila., Arnold, c1904. 90 p. 641R692 Sando, Roscoe Briant: American poultry culture: a complete hand book of practical and profitable poultry keeping for the great army of beginners and small poultry breeders. Chic., McClurg, 1910. ix, 265 p. 636.5S57 Seton, Ernest Thompson: Birchbark roll of the wood-craft indians; containing their constitution, laws, games, and deeds. N. Y., Page, 1906. 71 p. +796S77 Smith, Joseph Russell: Ocean carrier: a history and analysis of the service and the discussion of the rates of ocean transportation. N. Y., Putnam, 1908. xi, 344 p. 656Sm61 Thorp, Frank Hall: Outlines of industrial chemistry: a text-book for students. N. Y. and Lond. Macmillan, 1898. xx, 541 p. 660T398 Weed, Clarence Moores: Farm friends and farm foes; a text-book of agricultural sci en ce. Bost., Heath, 1910. xi, 334 p. 630W4172 Watson, George Catchpole: Farm poultry; a popular sketch of domestic fowls for the farmer and amateur. Ed. 9. N. Y., Macmillan, 1910. x, 341 p. (Rural Sci. Ser.) 635.5W331f Widtsoe, John Andreas: Dry farming: a system of agriculture for countries under a low rainfall. N. Y., Macmillan, 1911. xii, 445 p. 630W6343 Hutchinson, consumption. 1910. 138 p. Woods: Conquest of Bost., Houghton, 616.2H971 Ibberton, A.: Tea, from grower to consumer. Lond. and N. Y., Pitman, n. d. viii, 114 p. 633Ib2 Jackson, Frank G.: Lessons on decorative design. Lond., Chapman, 1905. xii, 173 p. 745J132 Keable, B. B.: Coffee. from grower to consumer. Lond. and N. Y., Pitman, n. d. viii, 122 p. 633K19 Lindsay, Charles Harcourt Aislie Forbes: Panama and the canal today: an hist. acct. of the canal project from the earliest times. Bost., Page, 1910. xiii, 433 p. 626L64 Macmillan, H. F.: Handbook of tropical gardening and planting: with special reference to Ceylon. Colombo, Cave, 1910. xii, 524 p. 635M228 Payne, Arthur Gay: Cassell's vegetarian cookery: a manual of

Page  79 RECENT ACCESSIONS RELIGIOUS, PHILOSOPHICAL, EDUCATIONAL, ETC. Bernaldo de Quiros, Constatino. Modern theories of criminality; tr. from the Span. by A. de Salvio; with an introd. by W. W. Smithers. Bost., Little, 1911. xvii, 249 p. 364B457 Blomfield, M e y e r Vocational guidance of youth. Bost., Houghton, c1911. xiii, 124 p. 370B623 Brent, Charles Henry: Si xth sense; its cultivation and use. N. Y., Huebsch, 1911. 105 p. 156B751 Burroughs, William D w i g h t: Wonderland of stamps. Ed. 2. N. Y., Stokes, c1910. xviii, 238 p. +383B94 Clark, William Livingston: Handbook of criminal procedure. St. Paul, West, 1895. viii, 658 p. R343C547 Craig, Austin: Primer of industry. N. Y., World Book Co., 1912. 80 p. +372,2C84 Educational foundations, vol. 4, a text book for the professional teacher. N. Y. and Chic., Kellog, c1892. iv, 636 p. 375K291 Fernald, James Champlin: Connectives of English speech: the correct usage of prepositions, conjunctions, relative pronouns, and adverbs explained and illustrated. Lond. and N. Y., Funk & Wagnalls, c1904. x, 324 p. 425F39c Foster, William Trufant: Administration of the College curriculum. Bost., Houghton, c1911. xiv, 390 p. 375F819 Gilman, Charlotte Perkins: In this our world (poems). Bost., Small, c1898. xii, 217 p. 821G42 Gray, W. Forbes, ed.: NonChurch-going, its.reasons and remedies: a symposium. N. Y., Revell, 1911. 223 p. 264G791 Hillyer, Virgil Mores: Kindergarten at home: a kindergarten course for the individual home. N. Y., Baker & [1911]. 152 p. 79 child at Taylor, 372.2H55 Hogarth, A. H.: Medical inspection of schools, Lond. Frowde, 1909. 360 p. 371.7H679 Lombroswo, Cesare: Crime, its causes and remedies; tr. by H. P. Horton; with an introd. by M. Parmelee. Bost., Little, 1911. x v i, 471 p. 364L838 Malory, Sir Thomas: Book of King Arthur and his noble knights; stories from Sir Thomas Malory's Morte Darthur, Mary Macleod; introd. by J. W. Hales. Lond., Wells, Gardner, Darton & Co., [1908]. xxviii, 418 p. +298M298ma Maxwell, William H.; and Smith, George H.: Writing in English: a modern school composition. N. Y., Amer. Bk. Co., c1910. 269 p. +428.2M45 Robenort, Europe. N. c1912. viii, William: Geography: Y., Amer. Bk. Co., 231 p. +372.89Rl112e - Geography: North and South America. N. Y., Amer. Bk. Co., c1912. viii, 230 p. +372.89R112n Roddy, Justin H.: Complete geography, N, Y., Amer. Bk. Co., c1902. 144+40 p. +372.89R612g Swedenborg, Emanuel: Angelic wisdom concerning the divine providence; tr. from the Latin. Amer. Swedenborg Ptg. and Pub. Co., 1892. xiii, 308 p. 230Sw33an -Angelic wisdom concerning the divine love and the divine wisdom. N. Y., Amer. Swedenborg Ptg. and Pub. Co., 1912. viii, 246 p. 230Sw33a -- Delights of wisdom pertaining to conjugal love; to which is added the pleasure of insanity. N. Y., Amer. Swedenborg Ptg. and Pub. Co., 1909. 472 p. 230Sw33e

Page  80 80 RECENTP ACCIESSIONS Heaven and its wonders, and and Lond., Lippincott, 1909. hell, from things heard and seen. D3687w N. Y., Amer. Swedenborg Ptg. and Diver, Maud: Candles in the wind. Pub. Co., 1909. 449 230Sw33h N. Y., Lane, 1911. D6416c - Heavenly arcana; containedaptin Desmond v. c., N Y in the holy scriptures or word of the Lane 1912 D6416ca Lord unfolded...; tr. from the i Latin. N. Y., Amer. Swedenborg The great amulet. N. Y., Prtg. and Pub. Co.. 1909. 568 p. Lane, 1912. D6416g 230Sw33he Dreiser, Theodore: Jennie Ger True Christian reli gi on; containing the universal theology of the New Church, foretold by the Lord in Dan'l VII, 13, 14, and in the Apocalypse, XXI, 1, 2; tr. from the Latin. N. Y., Amer. Swedenborg Ptg. and Pub. Co., 1912. xviii, 982 p. 230Sw33t Winkworth, Catherine, tr.; Lyra Germanica: hymns for the Sundays and the chief festivals of the Christian year; tr. from the Ger. Lond., Longmans, 1861. xx, 272 p. 245W728 FICTION Beerbohm, Max: Zuleika Dobson or, An Oxford love story. N. Y., Lane, 1912. B3928z Begbie, Harold: The cage. N. Y., Doran, c1911. B393c Butler, Samuel: Erewhon; or, over the range. N. Y., Dutton, 1910. B9782e Chambers, Robert William: The streets of Ascalon: episodes in the unfinished career of Richard Quarren, esquire., N. Y., Appleton, 1912. C3556st Clifford, Sir Hugh: The downfall of the gods. N. Y., Dutton, 1911. C612d Crichton, F. E.: Soundless tide. N. Y., Baker and Taylor, 1911. C8676s Davis, William Stearns: The friar of Wittenberg. N. Y., Macmillan, 1912. D299fa Dejeans, Elizabeth (Mrs. Sidney Budgett): Winning chance. Phila., hardt: a novel, N. Y., and Lond., Harper, 1911. D8141j Favre de Coulevain, Mile. (Pierre de Coulevain, pseud.): Heart of life. tr. from the French by Alys Hallard. N. Y., Dutton, c1912. F279h Harris, Mrs. Cora May (White), (Mrs. L. H. Harris): Circuit rider's wife. Phila., Altemus, c1910. H24c Harrison, Mrs. Mary St. Leger (Kingsley); (Lucas Malet, pseud.): Adrian Savage: A novel. N. Y., Harper, 1911. H247a Hartley, Percy J.: Hand of Diane: a romance of the Loire. N. Y., Baker and Taylor, n. d. H255h Hough, Emerson: girl at the Halfway House: a story of the plains. N. Y., Appleton, 1912. H8146g Knowles, Robert Edward: of the Kootenay: a tale of N. Y., Revell, c1911. Singer to-day. K7636s Lagerlof, Selma Ottiliana Lovisa: Further adventures of Nils; from the Swedish of Selma Lagerlof: tr. by Velma Swanston Howard. N Y., Doubleday, 1911. +L136fu Lea, Fannie Heaslip (Mrs. Hamilton Pope Agee): Jaconetta stories. N. Y., Sturgis and Watson, 1912. L461j Leroux, Gaston: Man with the black feather; tr. by Edgar Jepson, Bost., Small, Maynard, c1912. L5597m Masefield, John: Multitude and solitude. N. Y., Mitchell Kennerley, 1911. M38mu

Page  81 TIHE G(OVERNMEI'NT OF THE PHILIPPINE ISLANDS DEPARTMENT OI PUBILIC INSTRUCTION PHILIPPINE LIBRARY R-~;;IIY` ~L251.,;-~11-~" IIU;'".~YC~; i t c;:.' *., J ~: ~:~- S z d BULLETIN OF THE PHILIPPINE LIBRARY ----- B.N l. I as g i Annfl VOLUME I FEBRUARY, 1913 NUMBER 6 CONTENTS COLLEC(TIONS 'OF RELIGIOUS CORPORATIONS IN MANILA - DUPLICATES OF FILIPINIANA DIVISION OFFERED FOR S) EXCHANGE - - - - RECENT ACCESSIONS - - - - 83 4 WILE OR - 84 85 - 86 93 LIST OF WORKS IN THE FILIPINIANA DIVISION RELATING TO TIlE STUDY OF THE BIBLIOGRAPHY OF THE PHILIPPINE ISLANDS. PART V - - 9- 96 MANILA BUREAU OF PRINTING 1913 116167

Page  82 PHILIPPINE LIBRARY BOARD Ex officio: NEWTON W. GILBERT, Secretary of Public Instruction DEAN C. WORCESTER, Secretary of the Interior GREGORIO ARANETA, Secretary of Finance and Justice Appointive: GRANT T. TRENT, Justice of the Supreme Court LAWRENCE E. GRIFFIN, Associate Professor of Zoology, and Dean, College of Liberal Arts, University of the Philippines Secretary: MCQUEEN S. WIGHTMAN. PHILIPPINE LIBRARY OFFICERS JAMES A. ROBERTSON, Librarian SYRENA McKEE, Chief Cataloguer BESSIE A. DWYER, Chief, Circulating Division (American Circulating Library) MANUEL ARTIGAS Y CUERVA, Curator, Filipiniana Division 82

Page  83 BULLETIN OF THE PHILIPPINE LIBRARY VOL. I FEBRUARY, 1913 No. 6 COLLECTIONS OF RELIGIOUS CORPORATIONS IN MANILA By 1590, the Augustinians, Franciscans, Jesuits, and Dominicans had established central convents in Manila, and were steadily engaging in mission work in all directions. In 1606, the Augustinian Recoletos also joined in the task. Several of the sites of the first convents are still the same as at the first. Part of the Augustinian convent, which was constructed before 1600 has, indeed, withstood the severe earthquakes that have time and again played havoc with the city. These convents, following the example of those of Europe, and in obedience to their rules, established libraries coeval with the construction of their edifices. Many religious works were imported from Spain. Many of the religious themselves, wrote, compiled, and translated books, and these either in manuscript or printed form, usually found place in the library of their order. These books were, as might be expected, mainly religious, yet many were historical and linguistic. Printing was introduced into the Philippines as early as 1602, through the agency of the Dominicans, and thereafter many of the books added to the libraries bear Philippine imprints. The paper used was either of good linen stock which has withstood the ravages of a tropical climate remarkably well, or of the so-called rice paper which has become brittle with age. To-day the old methods are fast giving way to modern practice, and the linotype machines and the almost human presses are making book production easier. The convent libraries have suffered considerably from various disasters besides that of climate. The British in 1762 looted many books and precious manuscripts, some of which were burned, while others are still io be found in the British Museum. Again in 1898, it is said that the libraries and archives of the religious orders did not escape, while some f the books at that time were sent to Spain. Of all the orders above named, the Recoletos have the poorest collecon. The Dominicans in their University of Santo Tomas, which is,cated almost contiguous to the convent of that order, possess somewhat 83

Page  84 84 DUPLICATES OF FILIPINIANA DIVISION over 10,000 books, many of which are Philippine imprints, and some of which are of the utmost rarity. The archives of the University contain many interesting and valuable manuscripts, some of which are worthy of publication. In the convent are other books and documents. The Augustinians still have a collection of over 8,000, and in Philippine material, both manuscript and printed; their convent is as rich or richer than the Dominican institutions. The Franciscans can show a collection of about 7,000 books and some documents. The Jesuits, in their school (Ateneo de Manila), convent, and seminary, also have a good collection, although it is reported that many of their books were sent to Spain during the Spanish-American war. The Jesuits have more modern works than any of the other corporations, many of which are scientific, for the old Jesuit observatory has been made the Weather Bureau of the Philippine Government. Through the books (ecclesiastical and secular) produced by the religious, the ecclesiastical corporations have had, and still are having a great influence on Philippine thought and language. The religious, it must be remembered, were the early teachers here and were able to impress themselves on the country as few men have done anywhere. Their libraries, although they do contain much that is uselsss to any save the ecclesiastic, are filled with treasures for the student of Philippine history and languages, and yield rare riches to the serious investigator. DUPLICATES OF FILIPINIANA DIVISION OFFERED FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE Centeno y Garcia, Jose: Estudio geologico del Volcan de Taal. Publicado de Real Orden. Madrid, Tello, 1885. 53 p. 4 pl. 25.5 cm. Memoria geologico-minera de las Islas Filipinas. Publicada de Real Orden.' Madrid, Tello, 1876. 61 p. 1 il. 1 map of the Philippines. 25 cm. Certamen cientifico-literario y velada celebrados en honor del Emmo. Sr. Dr. D. Fr. Zeferino Gonzalez, Arzobispo de Sevilla, con motivo de su elevaci6n al cardelalato. Manila, Colegio de Sto. Tomas, 1885. 362 p., 2 1. 23. 5 cm. Cirera, Ricardo: El magnetismo terrestre en Filipinas. Manila, Chofre, 1893. 157 p. Maps. Charts. Colecci6n de autos acordados de la Real Audiencia Chancilleria de Fili pinas y de las soberanas y superiores disposiciones que afectan al ramo de justicia o conviene tengan presentes los jueces que reunen a la vez el caracter de gobernadores de provincias. 5 vols. Manila. Ramirez y Giraudier, 1861-1866. 20.5 cm. Combes, Francisco: Historia de Mindanao y Jol6. Obra publicada en Madrid en 1667, y que ahora con la colaboracion del P. Pablo Pastells, saca nuevamente a luz W. E. Retana. Madrid, 1897. 799 p. 1 1. 32 cm. Comenge, Rafael: Cuestiones filipinas. l.a parte. Los Chinos (Estudio social y politico) Manila, Chofre 1894. 470 p. 21.5 cm. Comyn, Tomas de: Estado de lax Islas Filipinas en 1810 Ed. 2. Manila, Ramirez y Giraudier, 1877 218 p. 20 cm.

Page  85 DUPLICATES OF FILIPINIANA DIVISION 8 85 Concas y Palau, Victor M.: Causa instruida por la destruccio'n de la Escuadr a deC Filipiuas y entrega del Arsenal de Cavite. Escrito y rectificaci6n oral ante ei Concejo reuido, cotistituido en Sala de Justicia del Suprucno de (_Guerra y Marina, en (lefensa del Contraalmirante de la Armada (le Filipinas, Excmo. Sr. D. Patricio Monto jo y Fasaro'n. Notas taquigrlficas. Madrid, Sucesores de Rivadeneyra, 1899. 112 P. 22 cm. Concepcio'n, Juan de la: Historia general de Filipinas Conquistas espirituales y temporales de estos Espanoles Dominios; establecimientos Progresos, y IDecadenci as. Comprehende los imperios Reinos y Provincias de Islas y Continentes con quienes ha havido Comunicacio'n y Comercio por inmediatas. coincidencias con Noticias universales, Geographicas Midrographicas de Historia Natural de Politica de Costumbres y de Religiones. En Man. en la Impr. del Seminar. Conciliar, y Real de S. Carieos: Per Agustin de la Rosa, 1y B1'alagtas. Sampaloc, 1788-4,792. 14 vols. 19 cm. Compafiia de expletaci6n y colonizacio'n de la Isla de la Paragua. Estatutos. Manila, El Eco de Filipinas, 1892. Cruz, Hermenegildo: Kun sine ang kumatha ffg "Florante." Kasaysayan ing btihay ni Francisco Baltazar at pag-sulat nang Kanyang karunuuniga't Kadakilaan. Manila. Libreria "Manila Filate'lica," 1906. 219 p. 22.5 cm. Cubefias, y Romeo, Discurso leido en la apertura anual de los estudies (le la Universidad Pontificia de Santo Toma's de Manila el dia 2 de Julio de 1903. Manila; Celegio de Ste. Tornas, 1908. 98 p. 8 1. Chapuli NavD,).ro, Antonio: Pepin. Impresiones, Viajes, Costumbres fi lipinas.. Madrid, Fernando Fe'. 1892. 836 p., 1 1. 19 cm. Delgado, Juan: Historia, general sacro-profana, politica y natural de las islas del Poniente liamadas Filipinas. Manila, El Eco de Filipinas, 1892. 968 p.. 1 map of Philippines reproduced from the famous Murillo Velarde map. 22 cm. Echauz, R.: Apuntes de la Isla de Negros. Manila, Tipo-Litografia de Chofre', 1894. 191 p. 2 1. 22 cm. Edwards,9 H. T.: Abaca (Manila hemp). Manila. Bureau of Public Printing, 1904. 29 p. 23 cm. Maguey in the Philippines, Manila, Bureau of Public Printing, 1904. 14 p. 23 cm. Egbert, Nelly Young: List of books in the American Circulating Library of Manila. Manila, Bureau of Printing, 1907. 256 p. 23 cm. El Archipielago filipino. Coleccio'n de dates geogrdficos, estadisticos, cronolo'gicos y cientificos, relatives al mismo, entresacados de anteriores obras ii obtenidos con la propia observacio'n y estudio, por al~gunos Padres de la Misio'n de la Compaiiia, de Jesu's en estas Islas. 2 vols. Wash. Imprenta del Gobierno. 1900. 28.5 cm. El Correo, Sino-Annamita 6' correspondencia de las misiones del Sagrado Orden de Predicadores en Formosa, China, Tong-King y Filipinas. Mainila, Colegio, de Ste. Tomais, 1868. The following vols.: Vol. 3, 1868, 179 p.; Vol. 4, 1869, 173 p.; Vol. 12, 1878, 231 p.; Vol. 13, 1879, 274 p.; Vol. 15, 1881, 232 p.; Vol. 16, 267 p.; Vol. 17, 1883, 169 p.; Vol. 18, 1884, 200 p.; Vol. 20, 1886, 228 p.; Vol. 21, 1887, 192 p.; Vol. 22, 1888, 601 p.; Vol. 23, 1889, 491 p.

Page  86 RECENT ACCESSIONS HISTORY, ECONOMICS, ETC. (INCLUDING GEOGRAPHY, TRAVEL, AND DESCRIPTION) Adam, H. L.: Oriental crime. Lond., Laurie, n. d. xiii, 383 p. 364ad13 Administration of justice in the United States. In "Annals of Amer. Acad. of Pol. and Soc. Sci.," Phila., 1910. 253 p. 343am35a American business conditions. In "Annals of Amer. Acad. of Pol. and Soc. Sci.," Phila., 1909. [209] p. 338am35am American waterways. In "Annals of Amer. Acad. of Pol. and Soc. Sci.," Phila., 1908. 299 p. 386am35a Arnold, Channing; and Frost, Frederick J. Tabor: American Egypt: a record of travel in Yucatan. Lond., Hutchinson, 1909. xiv, 391 p. 917.2Ar64 Banking problems. In "Annals of Amer. Acad. of Pol. and Soc. Sci.," Phila., 1910. [247] p. 332Am35b Bordier, A.: La colonization scientifique et les colonies franqaises. Paris, Reinwald, 1884. xvi, 506 p. 325B645 -Brown, John Mason: Lecture on the law of contracts, delivered before the Association of American Government Accountants, Feb. 7, 1907. [Balt., Kohn & Pollock, 1907.] 52 p. 374.4B812 Carranza, Arturo B.: Digesto constitucional Americano: constituciones nacionales, de Estados Unidos de Norte America, Estados Unidos del Brazil, Estados Unidos Mexicanos, Republica Argentina, Colombia, Peru, Chile, Bolivia, Estados Unidos de Venezuela, Ecuador, Guatemala, Haiti, Republica Oriental del Uruguay, Salvador, Paraguay, Nicaragua, Honduras, Costa Rica, y Santo 86 Domingo. Buenos Aires, Revista Nacional, 1900. 2 vols. 342C23 Child employing industries. In "Annals of Amer. Acad. of Pol. and Soc. Sci.," Phila., 1910. 274 p. 331.3Am35chl Child labor and social progress. In "Annals of Amer. Acad. of Pol. and Soc. Sci.," Phila., 1908. 176 p. 331.3Am35ch3 Child workers of the nation. In "Annals of Amer. Acad. of Pol. and Soc. Sci.," Phila., 1909. 224 p. 331.3Am35ch4 Churchill, Winston Leonard Spencer: Liberalism and the social problem. N. Y. and Lond., Hodder, 1909. xxiii, 414 p. 320C47 Consumer's control of production: the work of the national consumers' league. In "Annals of Amer. Acad. of Pol. and Soc. Sci.," Phila., 1909. 82 p. 330Am35c Control of municipal public service corporations. In "Annals of Amer. Acad. of Pol. and Soc. Sci.," Phila., 1908. [200 p.] 352Am35c De Quincey, Thomas: Revolt of the Tartars (flight of a Tartar tribe); with introd. and notes by G. A. Wauchope. Bost., Heath, 1908. xx, 92 p. 950D443 Dickens, Charles: Child's history of England. Lond., Chapman & Hall, 1910. xii, 473 p. (Centenary ed.) -942D5555 Drage, Geoffrey: Imperial organization of trade. Lond., Ellder, 1911. xviii, 374 p. 351.82D784 Dunmore, Walter Thomas: Ship subsidies: an economic study of the policy of subsidizing merchant vessels. Bost., Houghton, c1907. xviii, 119 p. (Hart, Schaffner & Marx prize essays No. 5.) 382D9223 Electric railway transportation. In "Annals of Amer. Acad. of Pol.

Page  87 RECENT ACCESSIONS 87 and Soc. Sci.," Phila., Federal regulation In "Annals of Amer. and Soc Sci.," Phila., 1911. 244 p. 621.33Am35 of industry. Acad. of Pol. 1908. 263 p. 338Am35f I I Fish, Carl Russell, ed.: Guide to the materials for American history in the Roman and other Italian Archives. Wash., Carnegie Inst'n., 1911. ix, 289 p. 015.F526 Fling, Fred Morrow; and Caldwell, Howard W.: Studies in European and American history; an introduction to the source study method in history. Lincoln, Miller, c1897. 336 p. 907F6463 Fraser, John Foster: Land of veiled women; some wanderings in Algeria, Tunisia, and Morocco. Lond., N. Y., etc., Cassell, 1911. viii, 288 p. 916.1F862 Fuchs, Carl Johannes: Handelspolitik Englands und seiner Kolonien. Leipzig, Dunder & Humblot, 1893. x, 358 p. 380F951 Herbert, Hilary Abner: Abolition crusade and its consequences: four periods of American history. N. Y., Scribner, 1912. xiv, 249 p. 973.2H414 Hodgson, Lady Frederick: Siege of Kumassi. Lond., Bell, 1901. 366 p. 966H66 Kingsford, William: History of Canada. Toronto, Rowsell, Lond., Triibner, 1887-1898. 10 vols. 971K612 Klein, Abbe Felix: America of tomorrow; tr. by E. H. Wilkins, Chic., McClurg, 1911. xii, 359 p. 917.3K674 I I i I I i i i i i I ii i i i i I iI i I I I I i i I I I i I I i i i I and Soc. Sci.," Phila., 1908. 233 p. 336Am35 Lindsay, Charles Harcourt Forbes: Cuba and her people to-day. Bost., Page, 1911. xii, 329, p. 917.29L64 Living wage of Women Workers; a study of incomes and expenditures of four hundred and fifty women workers in the city of Boston, by Louise Marion Bosworth. In "Annals of Amer. Acad. of Pol. and Soc. Sci.," Phila., 1911. 90 p. 331.4Am351 MacGowan, James: Chinese folklore. Shanghai, North China Daily News and Herald, Ltd., 1910. 240 p. 398M17 Murray, Arthur Mordaunt: Imperial outposts from a strategic and commercial aspect, with special reference to the Japanese alliance; with a preface by Field-Marshall Earl Roberts. N. Y., Dutton, 1907. xxiv, 210 p. 325M961 Muzzey, David Saville: An American history. Bost., Ginn, c1911. x, 662 p. 973M989 New South. Il "Annals of Amer. Acad. of Pol. and Soc. Sci.," Phila., 1910. 216 p. 917.5Am35n Ovington, Mary White: Half a man: the status of the negro in New York. Lond., N. Y., etc., Longmans, 1911. [iv], 236 p. 3260v4 Political and Social progress in Latin-America. In "Annals of Amer. Acad. of Pol. and Soc. Sci.," Phila., 1911. 805 p. 918Am35p Powell, B. F. S. Baden: In savage isles and settled lands; Malaysia, Australasia, and Polynesia, 1888 -1891. Lond., Bentley, 1892. x, 438 p. 919.4B141 Public Health movement. In "Annals of Amer. Acad. of Pol. and Soc. Sci.," Phila., 1911. 334 p. 614Am35p Public recreation facilities. In "Annals of Amer. Acad. of Pol. and Soc. Sci.," Phila., 1910. 266 p. 331.8Am35p Labor and wages. Amer. Acad. of Pol. Phila., 1909. 260 p. In "Annals of and Soc. Sci.," 331Am351 Lanzac de Laborie, L. de: Paris sous Napoleon. Paris, Plon-Nourrit, 1905-11. 7 vols. 944.36L298 Lessons of the financial Crisis. In "Annals of Amer. Acad. of Pol.

Page  88 88 RECENT ACCESSIONS Race improvement in the United States. In "Annals of Amer. Acad. of Pol. and Soc. Sci.," Phila., 1909. 220 p. 613.9Am35r Regulation of the liquor traffic. In "Annals of the Amer. Acad. of Pol. and Soc. Sci.," Phila., 1908. [181 p.] 178Am35 Reinsch, Paul Samuel; ed.: Readings on American federal government. Bost., Ginn., c1909. xii, 850 p. 321R276r Risks in modern industry. In "Annals of Amer. Acad. of Pol. and Soc. Sci.," Phila., 1911. 316 p. 368Am35r Robert, Joseph Thomas: Primer of Parliamentary law for schools, Colleges, Clubs, fraternities, etc., N. Y., Doubleday, 1911. x, 264 p. 328.1R54 Rowland, Henry Cottrell: Across Europe in a motor-boat: a chronicle of the adventures of the motor boat Beaver on a voyage of nearly seven thousand miles through Europe by way of the Seine, the Rhine, the Danube, and the Black Sea. N. Y., Appleton, 1908. ix, 304 p. 914R796 Saleilles, Raymond: Individualization of punishment; with an introduction by G. Tarde; tr. from 2d Fr. ed. by R. S. Jastrow; with an introd. by R. Pound. Bost., Little, xliv, 322 p. 364S32 Schmoller, Gustav: Mercantile system and its historical significance. N. Y., Macmillan, 1902. viii, 95 p. 380Sch41 Shaw, Joseph Thompson: Spain of to-day; a narrative guide to the country of the Dons; with suggestions for travellers. N. Y., Grafton Press; c1909. 156 p. 914.6Sh26 Sherman, Henry C.: Chemistry of food and nutrition. N. Y., Macmillan, 1911. viii, 355 p. 641.1Sh55c Smith, Francis Hopkinson: Gondola days; Bost., Houghton, c1897. 205 p. 914.53Sm56 Strahorn, Mrs. Carie Adell: Fifteen thousand miles by Stage. A woman's unique experience during thirty years of path finding and pioneering from the Missouri to the Pacific and from Alaska to Mexico. N. Y., Putnam, 1911. xxv, 673 p. 917.3St82 Talbot, Frederick A.: New garden of Canada: by packhorse and canoe through Undeveloped British Columbia. Lond., N. Y., etc., Cassell, 1912. xii, 308 p. 917.11T142 Tariff revision. In "Annals of Amer. Acad. of Pol. and Soc. Sci.," Phila., 1908. [204 p.] 337Am35 Thomas, l'Abbe Jules: Concordat de 1516: ses origines, son histoire au xvi siecle. Paris, Picard, 1910. 3 vols. 262T364 Uniform child labor laws. In "Annals of Amer. Acad. of Pol. and Soc. Sci.," Phila., 1911. 224 p. 331.3Am35u Van Bergen, Robert: Story of China. N. Y., Amer. Bk. Co., c1902. 224 p. +951V271 BIOGRAPHY Bartlett, D. W.: Life and public services of Honorable Abraham Lincoln. N. Y., Derby & Jackson, 1860. [vii], 344 p. 923.1L638b Chenoweth, Mrs. Catherine Van Dusen: Stories of the saints. Bost., Houghton, 1907. 239 p. +920C41 Gough, John Bartholomew: Autobiography and personal recollections; with twenty-six years' experience as a public speaker. Springfield, Bill, Nichols & Co., 1869. [xvii], 552 p. 921G73ar Kullnick, Max: From rough rider to president; tr. from the orig. Ger. by Frederick von Reithdorf. Chic., McClurg, 1911. [viii], 289 p. 923.1R67 Lorenz, Carl: Tom L. Johnson, Mayor of Cleveland. N. Y., Barnes, 1911. vi, 203 p. 923.2J63

Page  89 RECENT ACCESSIONS 89 Meynell, Wilfred: Benjamin Dis- raeli: an unconventional biography. N. Y., Appleton, 1903. xxi, 520 p. 923.2D633m Osbourne, Katharine I).: Robert Louis Stevenson in Califor n i a. Chic., McClurg, 1911. vii, 113 p. 917.940s1 Rolland, Romain: Tolstoy: tr. by B. Miall. N. Y., Dutton, c1911. 321 p. 921T588 PHILOSOPHY AND RELIGION Abdul-Baha Abbas: Tablets of Adbul-Baha Abbas. Vol. 1 Chic., Bahai Pub. Co. 1909. viii, 238 p. 297Ab31 Bacon, Benjamin Wisner: Founding of the Church. Bost., Houghton, 1909. 90 p. (Mod. rel. prob., ed. by A. W. Vernon.) 270B131 Baha 'V'llah: Tablet of Tarazat; tablet of the world; words of paradise, tablet of Tajalleyat; the glad tidings revealed by Baho'V'llah at Acca. tr. by Ali Kuli Khan. Chic., Bahai Pub. Co., 1906. 297B1474 Burkitt, Francis Crawford: Earliest sources for the life of Jesus Bost. Houghton, 1910. 131 p. (Mod. rel. prob.) 232.9B919 Carus, Paul: Pleroma: an essay of the origin of christianity. Chic., Open Ct.; Lond., French, 1909. vi, 163 p. 270C251 Chase, Thornton: Bahai revelation. Chic., Bahai Pub. Soc., 1909. vi, 181 p. 297C386 Duras, Victor Hugo: Universal peace. N. Y., Broadway Pub. Co., 1908. 186 p. 172.4D93 Eddy, Mary Baker: Science and health. Bost., Allison V. Stewart, 1911. xii, 700 p. 215Ed74 Fishberg, Maurice: (The) Jews:: study of race and environment. iond., Walter Scott Pub. Co.; N. Y., icribner, 1911. xix, 578 p. 296F52 Goodall, Helen; and Cooper, Ella Goodall: Daily lessons received at Acca, Jan., 1908. Chic., Bahai Pub. Co., 1908. 101 p. 297G61 Hammond, Eric, ed.: Splendour of God: being extracts from the sacred writings of the Bahais. N. Y., Dutton, 1910. 124 p. 297H185 Hyde, William its forgiveness. 1909. vii, 116 p. DeWitt: Sin and Bost., Houghton, (Mod. rel. prob.) 234H992 James, William: Some problems of philosophy: a beginning of an introduction to philosophy. Lond., Longmans, 1911. xii, 237 p. 104J231 Kennedy, J. M.: Religions and philosophies. of the East. N. Y., Lane, 1911. xi, 276 p. 181K38 Knox, George William: Gospel of Jesus the Son of God; an interpretation for the modern man. Bost., Houghton, 1909. xx, 119 p. (Mod. rel. prob.) 230K772 McClure, J. B., ed.: Mistakes of Ingersoll as shown by Prof. Swing, and others. Chic., Rhodes & McClure, 179. 151 p. 218M132 Moffat, James: Paul and Paulinism. Bost., Houghton, 1910. 76 p. (Mod. rel. prob.) 227M724 Nettleton, George Henry, ed.: Old testament narratives. N. Y., Holt., 1911. xiii, 294 p. 221N38 Paton, Lewis Bayles: Early religions of Israel. Bost., Houghton, 1910. 115 p. (Mod. rel. prob.) 296P27 Peabody, Andrew Preston: Manual of moral philosophy. N. Y., Amer. Bk ----.- c1901. vii, 225 p. 170P311 Remey, Charles Mason: Bahai movement: a series of nineteen papers on the Bahai movement. [Wash., Milans, 1912.1 297R28 Royce, Josiah: Sources of religious insight: lectures delivered before

Page  90 90 RECENT ACCESSIONS Lake Forest College on the foundation of the late William Bros. N. Y., Scribner, 1912. xvi, 297 p. 201R812 Scott, Ernest F.: Historical and religious value of the fourth Gospel. Bost., Houghton, 1909. 83 p. (Mod. rel. prob.) 226.5Sc84 Sheffield, Alfred Dwight, ed.: Old testament narrative: separated out, set in connected order. Bost., Sheffield, 1910. xxi, 510 p. 221.5Sh39 Stalker, James: Life of Jesus Christ. Chic., Sumner, 1882. 166 p. 232.9St17 Steiner, Rudolph: Mystics of the renaissance and their relation to modern thought; including Meister Eckhert, Taulen, Paracelsus, Jacob B o e h m e, Giordano Bruno, and others. N. Y., Putnam, 1911. xii, 278 p. 270.5St35 Stelzle, Charles: Church and labor. Bost., Houghton, 1910. 95 p. (Mod. rel. prob., ed. by A. W. Vernon.) 261St38 Stoker, Bram: Famous impostors. N. Y., Sturgis & Walton, 1910. ix, 349 p. 133.7St67 Taylor, Benjamin Franklin: Between the gates. Chic., Griggs, 1878. 292 p. 917.94T212 Tucker, William Jewett: Function of the church in modern society. Bost., Houghton, 1911. 110 p. (Mod. rel. prob.) 261T795 Walker, Albert H.: Christ's Christianity, being precepts and doctrines recorded in Matthew, Mark, Luke and John, as taught by Jesus Christ. N. Y., Equity Press, 1911. 178 p. 226.1W151 FICTION Because of the heavy demand, all new fiction may be drawn for seven days only, and may not be renewed, or sent to the provinces. After ninety days, the usual rules will govern. Alexander, Miriam: Beyond the law. N. Y., and Lond., Putnam, 1912. A127b Austin, Mrs. Mary (Hunter): Woman of genius. N. Y., Doubleday, 1912. Au77w Bartlett, Frederick Orin: Guardian. Bost., Small, c1912. B284g Beach, Rex Ellingwood: Net. N. Y., and Lend., Harper, 1912. B352ne Bede, Cuthbert (pseud of Edmund Bradley): Adventures of Mr. Verdant Green, an Oxford freshman, Bost., Little, c1893. 2 vols. B39 Little Mr. Bouncer and tales of college life, Bost., Little, c1893. B391 Bell, John Joy: Jim. N. Y., Doran, c1911. +4134j Beresford, John Davis: Candidate for truth. Bost., Little, 1912. B452c Blackwood, Algernon: Centaur. Lond., Macmillan, 1911. B568c Bodkin, McDonnell: Capture of Paul Beck. Bost., Little, 1911. B6326c Boyles, Kate; and Bayles, V. D.: Spirit trail. N. Y., Burt, c1910. B6978s Brady, Cyrus Townsend: Chalice of courage; a romance of Colorado. N. Y., Dodd, 1912. B7296c Brown, Mrs. Demetra (Vaka); and Brown, Mrs. Kenneth: In the shadow of Islam. Bost., Houghton, 1911. B8128i Buchanan, Thompson: Making people happy. N. Y., W. J. Watt, c1911. B8515m Carter, Ada: Priest and layman. N. Y., Wessels and Bissel Co., 1911. C245p Chapman, Katharine Hopkins: Fusing force; an Idaho idyl. Chic., McClurg, 1912. C366f Charles, Francis Asa: In the coun.try God forgot; a story of today. Bost., Little, c1902. C382i

Page  91 RECENT ACCESSIONS 91 Chesterton, Gilbert Keith: Innocence of father Brown. N. Y., Lane, 1911. C426i Corcoran, Brewer: Bantam, N. Y.; Lond., Harper, 1912. C811b Corelli, Marie (Minnie McKay): Sorrows of Satan; or, The strange experience of one Geoffrey Tempest, millionaire; a romance. N. Y., Grosset and Dunlap. c1895. C8128s Davis, William Stearns: Friar of Wittenberg. N. Y., Macmillan, 1912. D299fa I)ay, Holman, Francis: Red Lane, a romance of the border. N. Y., and Lond., Harper, 1912. D3316re Deeping, George Warwich: Joan of the tower, Lond., N. Y. Cassell, 1911. D3604j De la Mare, Walter: Return. N. Y., and Lond., Putnam, 1911. D373r Dell, Ethel May: Way of an eagle. N. Y., and Lond., Putnam, 1912. D38r De Morgan, William Frend: Likely story. N. Y., Holt, 1911. D39971 Elliott, Francis Perry: Gift of Abou Hassan. Bost., Little, 1912. E1576g Faversham, Mrs. Julie (Opp): Squaw man; a novel adapted from the play by Edwin Milton Royle. N. Y., Grosset and Dunlap, c1906. F278s Ford, Swell: Odd numbers. N. Y., Edward J. Clode, c1912. F756o Frothingham, Eugenia Brooks: tier Roman lover. Bost. and Lond., Iloughton, 1911. F932h Gerry, Mrs. Margarita (Spaldng): As Caesar's wife; a novel. N. 7, and Lond., Harper, 1912. G321a Gillette, William Hooker: Secret.ervice. N. Y., Dodd, 1912. G4132s Glass, Montague: Abe and Mawruss; being further adventures of Potash and Perlmutter. N. Y., Doubleday, Page, 1911. G4638a Goldsmith, Oliver: Vicar of Wakefield; also, The Traveler and The deserted village, with a life of Goldsmith by William Black, N. Y., Burt., n. d. G5746 Goodwin, Mrs. Maud (Wilder): Head of a hundred in the colony of Virginia 1622. Bost., Little, c1900. G635h Gould, Elizabeth Lincoln: Grandma. Penn pub. Co., 1912. +G7312g Greene, Mrs. Sarah Pratt (McLean): Long green road. N. Y., Baker and Taylor, 1911. G83541 Groner, Frau Augusta: Man with the black cord; tr. by Grace Isabel Colbron. N. Y., Duffield, 1911. G989m Grundy, Mrs. Mabel Sarah Barnes: Third Miss Wonderby. N. Y., Baker and Taylor, c1911. G928t Harben, William Nathaniel: Paul Runde; a novel. N. Y. and Lond., Harper, 1912. H213p Hough, Emerson: John Rawn, prominent c i t i z e n. Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill, c1912. H8146j Huzard, Mme. Antoinette (de Bergevin; Colette Yver, pseud): Love vs. law. (Les Dames du Palais.) N. Y. and Lond., Putnam, 1911. H9891 King, Basil i.e. William Basil: 'Street called straight; a novel by the author of the Inner Shrine. N. Y. and Lond., Harper, 1912. Published anonymously. K5803s Klein, Charles: Maggie Pepper. N. Y., Fly, c1911. K672ma Lamartine, Alphonse Marie Louis de: Raphael; or, Pages of the book of life at twenty. Paris, Lond., and N. Y., Societe des Beaux-arts, 1910. L163r

Page  92 92 RECENT ACCESSIONS Lancaster, F. Hewes: One and the other. Bost., Small, c1912. L22o Lee, Alice Louise: Cap'n Joe's sister. N. Y., Stokes, c112. L5102 Lee, Charles: Dorinda's birthday; a Cornish idyll, N. Y., Dutton, n. d., + L5106d I I i I I i i i I I Lush, Charles judge; a novel. Houghton, c1897. Keeler: Federal Bost and N. Y., L975f Luther, Mark Lee: Woman of it. N. Y., and Lond., Harper, 1912. L9774w Morris, Clara (Mrs. Frederick C. Harriott): New East Lynne. N. Y., Donald W. Newton, c1908. W831n Norris, Kathleen: Mother; a story, N. Y., Macmillan, 1912. +N794m Older, Mrs. Fremont: Esther Damon. N. Y., Scribner, 1911. Olle Oppenheim, Edwards Phillips: New tenant. N. Y., Donald W. Newton, c1910. Op56n To win the love he sought. N. Y., Donald W. Newton, c1910. Op56t Orczy, Emma Magdalena Rosalia Maria Josefa Barbara, baroness: Noble rogue; a cavalier's romance. N. Y., Doran, c1912. Or2n Partridge, Anthony: Court of St. Simon. Bost., Little, 1912. P2588c Pearson, Edmund Lester: Librarian at play. Bost., Small, c1911. P31621 Pendexter, Hugh: Young woodsmen; or, Running down the squawtooth gang. Bost., Small, c1912. P3735y Phillips, David Graham: Price she paid: a novel, N. Y., and Lond., Appleton, 1912. P542pr Phillpotts, Eden: Beacon. N. Y., Lane, 1911. P547b I i I i I I I i I II I I I Ii i i i i t I I I i I I Ii i I j i I i I i I i i I i i f Porter, Gene Stratton.: Girl of the Limberlost. N. Y., Grossett and Dunlap, c1909. P833g Pryce, Richard: Christopher. Bost., Houghton, cl911. P9558c Rhodes, Harrison Garfield: Adventures of Charles Edward. Bost., Little, c1908. R3465a Rizal, Jose Protasio, 1861-1896: Reign of Greed: a complete English version of El Filibusterismo from the Spanish of Jos6 Rizal; tr. by Charles Derbyshire. Manila, Philippine Education, 1912. R5286r -Social cancer; a complete English version of Noli Me Tangere from the Spanish of Jose Rizal by Charles Derbyshire. Manila, Phil. Educ., 1912. R5386s Roberts, Morley: Thorpe's way. N. Y., Century, 1911. R543t Robin, E. Gallienne: Jacquine of the hut; a romance of the Channel Islands. N. Y., and Lond., Putnam, 1912. R552j Sheehan, Patrick Augustine: Glenanaar; a story of Irish life. N. Y., Longmans, 1910. Sh352g Sheehan, Rev. Patrick Augustine: Luke Delmege. N. Y., Longmans, 1910. Sh3521 My new curate; a story gathered from the stray leaves of an old diary. Bost., Marlier, 1904. Sh352m Sienkiewicz, Henry: Quo Vadis: a narrative of the time of Nero: authorized and unabridged translation from the Polish by Jeremia Curtin. Bost., Little, 1912. Sil6q Sinclair, May: Helpmate. N. Y., Holt, 1907. Si618h Spottiswoode, Mrs. Sybil Gwendolen: Her husband's country. N. Y., Duffield, 1911. Sp69h Stockley, Cynthia: Virginia of the Rhodesians. Bost., Dana Estes, n. d. St618v Stoker, Bram (Abraham): Dracula. N. Y., Doubleday, Page, 1911. St67d

Page  93 WORKS IN THE FILIPINIANA DIVISION 9 93 Swift, Jonathan: Gulliver's travels into several remote nations of the world. N. Y., Hurst, n. d. Sw552 Thackeray, William Makepeace: Complete novels. N. Y., Crowell, n. d. T325 Thonger, M. Ellen: (The) bees, the story of the "B" triplets and their aunt. N. Y., and Lond., Putnam, 1911. T388b Thorne, Guy: The drunkard. N. Y., Sturgris and Walton, 1912. T393d Iof Richard Meynell. 1,day, Page, 1911. N. Y., DoubleW2lc White, Frederic Merrick: The mystery of the Ravenspurs: a romance and detective story of Thibet and England. N. Y., J. S. Ogilvie, c 191 1. W583myl White, Stewart Edward: Sign at six. Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill, c1912. W5856s Wiggin, Mrs. Kate D ou gIa s (Smith): Penelope's Irish experiences. Bost., Houghton, c1901. W639p To M. L. GT.: or, Hle wvho N. Y., Stokes, c1 912. Tolstoi, Leo Nikolaevitch, Forged coupon -,and other -1V IN TA A i~UAX ' - 1 01') passed.; T55 ' count,: stories. T5RRfQ;, Wodehouse, Peiham Prince and Betty. N. c1912. Grenville: Y., Watt, W8l7p Hadj i Muradl; tr. Aylmer Maude. N. Y., lDodd, 1912. T588h Waller, Mary Ella: My ragpicker. Bost., Little, 1-911. W15Gmy Ward, Mrs. Mary Augusta (Arnold) (Mrs. Humphry Ward): Case Woodrow, Mrs. Nancy M a n n (Waddel; Mrs. Wilson Woodrow) Sally Salt. Indianapolis, BobbsMerrill, c1912. W86O62s Wright, Harold Bell: Their yesterdays. Chic., Book Sup. Co., c1912. W9326t LIST OF WORKS IN THE FILIPiNIANA DIVISION RELATING TO THE STUDY OF THE BIBLIOGRAPHY OF THE PHILIPPINE ISLANDS. PART V Retana y Gamboa, Wenceslao Emilio: Escritos ine'ditos del Doctor Morga. In "Sucesos de las Islas Filipinas por ei Dr. Antonio de Morga. Nueva edicio'n enriquecida con los escritos ine'ditos del mismo, autor ilustrada con numerosas notas que amplian el texto y prolograda extensamente por...", Madrid, Suarez, 1909, pp. 231-359. Etdio, c-itico, acerca de la i7iovela Noli me 1tanycrc, Madrid, 1-892. In "La Politica de Espafia en Pilipinas", vol. 2, Mar. 29-Nov. 22, pp. 85-87, 96-99, 110-112, 125-127, 136, 137, 165-167, 248-250, 289, 290, 2 98 29. F e r d i n a n d Blumentritt. -kPuntes biograifi~cos. "Revista His~,)rica", no. 9, Jan. 1906. Retana y Gamnboa, Wenceslao Emilio: La biblioteca del Ministerio de Ultramar. Madrid, 1895. In "La Politica de Espah-a en Fihipinas", vol. 5, Jan. 1, pp. 17, 18. ___La censura de imprenta en Filipinas. Madrid, 1891. In "La Po~litica de Espafla en Filipinas", vol. 1, nos. 21, 22, Nov. 2-4 and Dec. 8, pp. 246-248, 280-282. La censura de imprenta en Filipinas. Madrid, Su~arez, 1908. 40 p. 22.5 cm. La imprenta en Filipinas. Madrid, 1893. In "La Politica de Espafia en Filipinas", vol. 8, Oct. 10, p. 252. La imprenta en Filipinas. Adiciones y observaciones dt ha obra de Don Jos6 Toribio Medina, cuyo

Page  94 94 WORKS IN THE FILIPINIANA DIVISION epitome vi6 la luz en "La Politica". Madrid, 1897-98. In "La Politica de Espafa en Filipinas", vol. 7, Apr. 30, May 15, 31, pp. 191-201, 228 -236, 260, 261, 285, 286; vol. 8, Mar. 15, 31, Apr. 15, 30, May 31, 1898, pp. 96-100, 111-116, 132-141, 168 -177. -- La imprenta en Filipinas. (Esqueleto de un libro.) Madrid, 1893. In "La Politica de Espaia en Filipinas", vol. 3, Sept. 26, pp. 238, 239. - La imprenta en Filipinas. Nuevo dato para su historia. Madrid, 1894. In "La Politica de Espafia en Filipinas", vol. 4, Nov. 6, pp. 295, 296. La imprenta en Filipinas. Noticia de dos libros impresos en el ano de 1593. Madrid, 1894. In "La Politica de Espaia en Filipinas", vol. 4, Oct. 9, pp. 283, 284. La imprenta en Filipinas (1593-1810), con una demostracion grafica de la originalidad de la primitiva. Madrid, Viuda de M. M. de los Rios, 1899. 276 columns, 5 pp. 26.5 cm. - Los antiguos alfaaetos de Filipinas. Madrid, 1895. In "La Politica de Espaia en Filipinas", vol. 5, May 21, pp. 129-137. - Los antiguos alfabetos de Filipinas (notas bibliograficas.) Madrid, Viuda de M. M. de los Rios, 1895. 9 p. 32.5 cm. - Los frailes en Filipinas y el Sr. Centeno. Madrid, 1894. In "La Politica de Espaiia en Filipinas", vol. 4, Mar. 13, pp. 62-67. Los frailes filipinos, por un espafiol que ha residido en aquel pais. Madrid, 1898. 98 p. 23 cm. (Appendix no. 1, pp. 95-98 is entitled "Nota bibliografica de obras consultadas.) Notables manuscritos. Madrid, 1894. In "La Politica de Espaiia en Filipinas", June 19. Retana y Gamboa, Wenceslao Emilio: Notas. In "Sucesos de las Islas Filipinas por el Dr. Antonio de Morga (q. v., ante). Madrid, Suarez, 1909, pp. 361-483. Notas bibliograficas. In "La Politica de Espafia en Filipinas", vol. 1, pp. 11, 24, 35, 47, 59, 60, 71, 72, 83, 95, 107, 118-120, 131, 144, 154, 155, 178, 192, 193, 208, 255, 262, 282, 283; vol. 2, pp. 10, 11, 34, 35, 48, 62, 75, 76, 90, 104, 144, 145, 170, 182, 254, 255, 267, 290, 291, 305, 306; vol. 3, pp. 9, 23, 36, 37, 48, 60, 84, 96, 97, 108, 123, 124, 136, 148, 159, 160, 183, 184, 195, 196, 208, 219, 220, 229, 230, 242, 265, 278, 290, 303, 304, 317, 318; vol. 4, pp. 22, 23, 33, 47, 48, 59, 99, 123, 124, 135, 136, 149, 150, 171-173, 244, 292, 304, 328, 344; vol. 5, pp. 11, 12,34,35, 57-59, 71, 72, 203, 311; vol. 6, pp. 60, 213, 267, 268. Noticia curiosa acerca de los primeros impresos filipinos. Madrid, 1894. In "La Politica de Espana en Filipinas," vol. 4, July 17, pp. 195-196. Noticias para la historia del periodismo filipino. Madrid, 1894. In "La Politica de Espafia en Filipinas", vol. 4, nos. 57-101, Apr. 11 -Dec. 18. - Nuestros autografos. Madrid, 1896. In "La Politica de Espafia en Filipinas", vol. 6, Feb. 29 -July 31, pp. 71, 72, 96, 97, 111, 112, 163, 164, 183, 184, 255, 256. Obras filipinas que ofrece en venta. Madrid, 1901. 1 sheet. 28.5 cm. Origenes de la imprenta filipina. Investigaciones hist6ricas, bibliograficas y tipograficas. Madrid, 1911. 204 p. 28 cm.. — Tablas. Glosario general. In "Sucesos de las Islas Filipinas por el Dr. Antonio de Morga." Madrid, Suarez, 1909, pp. 485-583. -_- Tablas cronol6gica y alfabetica de imprentas e impresores de Filipinas (1593-1898). Madrid, Suarez, 1908. 114 p. 16.5 cm.

Page  95 WORKS IN THE FILIPINIANA DIVISION 95 Retana y Gamboa, Wenceslao Emilio: Tercer centenario de la imprenta filipina. In "Renacimiento", Sept. 10, 1907. -- Un separatista filipino. Jose Rizal, Madrid, 1896. In "La Politica de Espafia en Filipinas", vol. 6, Sept. 30, pp. 335-338. Idea de un libro. Madrid, 1892. In "La Politica de Espafia en Filipinas", vol. 2, Oct. 11, pp. 265, 266.. — Indice de autores, traductores, colaboradores, prologuistas y censores, y de obras anonimas que se mencionan en el Catalogo de la biblioteca filipina de... Madrid, 1893. In "La Politica de Espafia en Filipinas", vol. 3, Nos. 50-52, Jan. 3, 17, 31. -Islas Filipinas (Memoria) por D. Victor Balaguer. Madrid, 1895-96. In "La Politica de Espaia en Filipinas." Vol. 5, Nov. 5, 19 and Dec. 3, 17, pp. 124-129, 280-282, 295-297, 305-306, 325-330, 336, 337, and vol. 6, pp. 10, 11. Revista bibliografica. In "Revista del Liceo Artistico Literario de Manila", Manila, Aug. 10, 1879; Jun. 13, 1880; Aug. 21, Oct. 3, Nov. 27, Dec. 25, 1881; Mar. 19, Apr..23, 1882. Reyes, Ponciano: Directorio biografico filipino. Contiene las biografias de la intelectualidad filipina, magistrados de la corte suprema y jueces de primera instancia, miembros de la legislatura, altos funcionarios publicos y distinguidos abogados y medicos filipinos. Ed. 1, Imp. y Lit. "Germania", 1908. 59 p. 22.5 cm. Same. Ed. 3. Reyes y Florentino, Isabelo de los: Articulos varios sobre etnografia y * ostumbres del pals. Manila, Ramnos, 1887. 208 p. 20.5 cm. --- Die religiosen Anschauungen ier Ilocanen (Luzon). (Tr. from 'he Spanish by F. Blumentritt.) N. 2 23.5 cm. Reyes, Ponciano: Las Islas Visayas en la epoca de la conquista. In "La Espana Oriental", Manila, Jan. 27-Feb. 24, 1889. Los regulos de Manila. In "La Espaia Oriental", Manila, May 5-June 16, 1889. Los tinguianes de Abra. In "La Espaia Oriental", June 2-Aug. 11, 1889. -Mitologia ilocana. In "La Espafia Oriental", Manila, July 31 -Oct. 20, 1888. Rizal. (A prop6sito de su fusilamiento.) In "La Independencia", Dec. 29, 1898. Rizal, Jose: Sobre la nueva ortografia de la lengua tagalog. In "La Independencia", Sept. 27, Oct. 1 and 5, 1898. Roa, Alfredo: Bajo los cocoteros. Despues de su lectura. In "Renacimiento Filipino", Manila, Nos. 64 and 68. Robertson, James Alexander: Bibliography of Pigafetta manuscripts and printed books. In "Magellan's Voyage Around the World by Antonio Pigafetta. The original text of the Ambrosian MS., with English translation, notes, bibliography, and index by... Cleveland, Clark, 1906. Vol. 2, pp. 241-313. - Bibliography of the Philippine Islands, printed and manuscript, preceded by a descriptive account of the most important archives and collections containing Philippina. Cleveland, Clark, 1908. 437 p. 24cm. (This was published also as vol. 53 of Blair and Robertson, "The Philippine Islands", q. v., ante.) El Centenario de la imprenta. In "Cultura Filipina", Manila, Jan. 1911. No. 10. La Sociedad Econ6mica de Amigos del Pais de Filipinas. In "Renacimiento Filipino", Manila, Apr. 21, 1911, no. 39.

Page  96 96 96 ~~~WORKS IN THE FILIPINIANA DIVISION Robertson, James Alexander: Las Islas Marianas, Carolinas y Palaos. In "Biblioteca Nacional Filipina" Manila, Apr. 1911, No. 23. Rosario y Sales, Anacleto del: Los olores del Pasig. E-nsayos microquimicos. In "Boletin de la Real Sociedad Econo'mica de Amigos del Pais", Manila, Jan.-Apr., 1887. Rosendo, Fernando: Un folleto. iAbajo Caretas! In "La Indepe-ndencia", Oct. 21, 23, 24, 26, 27, 31, 1899. *Rouffaer, G. P.; and Muller, W. C.: Catalogus der Kolaniale Bibliotheek. 's-Gravenhage, Nijhoff, 1908. (See also later supplements, under the appropriate captions.) Ruben, Ben:- Leon Tolstoy. Isaiig bayani nang katubusan. In "Renacimiento Filipino", Manila, Nos. 34 and 36, Mar. 14, and 28, 1911. Salva' y Mallen, Pedro: Cata'dogo de la Biblioteca Salva'. Ferrer de Osga, Valencia, 1872. 2 vols. 24.5 CM. San Martin, A. de: Cata'logo de las obras de f ondo y surtido de la Librenia de... Madrid, Puerta del Sol 6, 1891. 74 p. 1 1. 24.5 cm. Sanchez, Gabriel: Catailogo de li- bros raros, y curiosos. Madrid, Estab. Tip. de B. Cuesta, n. d. 78 p. 20.5 cm. Cata'logo, de libros antiguos y modernos relativos 'a America. Madrid, Libreria de Gabriel Sanchez, 1892. 62 p. 20.5 cm. Cata'logo de libros antiguos y modernos de historia, geografia y viajes. Madrid, Libreria de Gabriel Sanchez, 1894. 80 p. 2 0.5 cm. Santos Cristobal, Epifanio de los: El centenario de la imprenta. In "Cultura Filipina", Manila, Dec. 1910. El Teatro, Tagalo. In "Cultura Filipina", Manila, May, 1911. Emilio J acinto. In "Cultura Filipina", Manila, July, 1910. Santos Cristobal, Epifanio de los: Escritos ine'ditos del Dr. Rizal. In "Cultura Filipina", Manila, Dec. 1,911'. Literatura tagala. In "Cult Ura Filipina", Manila, 1910, vol. 1, n o. 2. Marcelo 11. del Pilar. In "Plaridel", Malolos, nos. 1, 7, 22, 36. Sawyer, Frederic HI.: Inhabitants of the Philippines. N. Y., Scribner, 1900. See pp. xiii, xiv, "Alphabetical list of works cited, referred to, or studied whilst preparing this wrork". Scheerer, Otto:- Nachweis den bentitzten Literatur F iii pin en. In "Zur Ethnologic der Inselkette zwischen Ltizon und Formosa. Tokyo, Druck dei' lfobunsha, 1906", PP. Seb~astian' Vidal y Soler. In "La Espafia Oriental"., Manila, Aug. 4, 11, 1889. Simmel & Co: Lager-Katalog. Ostasien. Der Indische Archipel, Australian, Polynesien, Madagaskar. Leipzig, 1912. 70 p. 20.5 cm. Stangl, P. L.: El elemento mndigena en la Ilistoria de Filipinas. In "Revista Histo'nica" Manila, 1905, nos. 1-6. Un documento c h i n o del siglo XIII sobre Filipinas. In "Revista Histdrica", MJanila, 1905, nos. 1,~ 2. The Government of the Philippine Islands, Department of the Interior Bureau of Science: Publications. Manila,, Bureau of Printing, 1911. 8 p. 23 cm. Toires, Jacinto: Un juicio sobre el "Noli me tangere". In "La Independencia", Jan. 13, 1899. Torres Lanza s, Pedro: Relacio'r descriptiva de los, mapas, planos. etc., de Filipinas exis teintes en el A rchivo general de Indias. Madrid. viuda de M. M.. de 104 Rios, 1897 55 p. 18.5 cm. * In Periodical and Reference Division.

Page  97 T HE GO VE1"R N MEINTI OF THE PHILIPPINE, ISLANDS ARTrMEiNT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION PHIIIPPINE11 LIBRARY BULLETIN O F TH E PH11I LI P PINT*,E LIBRANR"Y Amfla VOLUME I MARCH, 1913 N.UMBER 7 CONTENTS MILITARY INFORMATION DIVISION LIBRARY LIBRARY NOTES - DUPLICATES IN THE FILILPINIANA DiVIS"ION OFFERED OR EXCHANGE REcrENT ACCESSIONS - - 99401o - - 101 FOR SALE - - 102-103 - - 103-115 LIST OF WORKS IN THE FILIPINIANA DIVISION RELATING TO THE STUDY OF THE BIBLIOGRAPHY OF THE PHILIPPINE ISLANDS. PART VI --- - - - - - - - - - 115-116 MANI LA BUREAU OF PRINTING 1913 116825

Page  98 PHILIPPINE LjIBRARY BOARD Ex officio: NEWTON W. GILBERT, Secretary of Public Instruction DEAN C. WORCESTER, Secretary of the Interior GREGORIO ARANETA, Secretary of Finance and Justice Appointive: GRANT T. TRENT, Justice of the Supreme Court LAWRENCE E. GRIFFIN, Associate Professor of Zodlogy, and Dean, College of Liberal Arts, University of the Philippines Secretary: MCQUEEN S. WIGHTMAN. PHILIPPINE LIBRARY OFFICERS JAMES A. ROBERTSON, Librarian SYRENA MCKEE, Chief Cataloguer BESSIE A. DWYER, Chief, Circulating Division (American Circulating Library) MANUEL ARTIGAS Y CUERVA, Curator, Filipiniana Division 98

Page  99 BULLETIN OF THE PHILIPPINE LIBRARY $3ublisftb montilp p b the P3bilippint Xibrarp Manila, ~. 1. VOL. I MARCH, 1912 No. 7 Tlhe library is open daily in its various divisions as follows: Cireculating Division (American CirLculating Liblrary), 8 a. 1l. to 9 p1. l1. Periodical Division, 8 a. ll. to 9 p. nm. 1'ilipiniana Division, 7.30 a. m. to 4.(0 p. nm., MIonday-Friday; 7.30 a. in. to 12.30 p. in., Saturday. Public Documents Division, 8 a. in. to 5 p. m., Monday to Friday; 8 a. in. to 1 p. il., Saturday. Scientific Division (Bureau of Science), 7.30 a. in. to 9 p. i., Monday to Friday; 7.30 a. m. to 5 p. in. Saturday; 9 a. Im. to 12 noon Sundays and holidays. I,;aw Division (Supreme Court),8 a. Im. to 1 2.30 p. in., Monday to Friday; 8 a. m. to 1 p. m. Saturday. A fee of five pesos per annuml or fifty cetitavos per month is charged for the privilege of (Irawig 1hooks fromI the Circuilating Division (American Circulating ili!ralry). The priv'ileges of the periodical and reference rooms are free to all. Books ol tlie F'ilipiniana alnd Public Documents divisions may be consulted free in the library. If sufficient notice be given before the hour for closing the two latter divisions, books will be reserved for readers at the charging desk of the Circulating Division (Americanl Circulating Library). MILITARY INFORMATION DIVISION LIBRARY By Augustus Jacumin The lack of a military professional library was felt in the Philippines immediately after the American occupation, but nothing was done to fill this want until after the insurrection was over. Until then all the books available at headquarters and at military posts were limited to a few service manuals, reports, and some law books. As no large collection of books or library existed anywhere in the Islands, either for reference or special research, this want was strongly felt, especially by officers who were called upon to perform duties, outside the regular routine, requiring expert knowledge, such as survey work, bridge, road, and building con116825-2 99

Page  100 100 MILITARY INFORMATION DIVISION LIBRARY struction, etc. To meet this long-felt want the Military Information Division Library was organized in the early part of 1903, starting with a few books transferred from the Adjutant General's Office, Philippine Division, and donated by officers of the Army. Owing to the paucity of library conveniences at that time, no strict limitation could be placed on the character of the books purchased, and the following rough estimate, by classes, of the books now in the library will serve to give an idea of the field covered: General works.....-...-..-.... —... -................... 150 Military and naval science................................... 2,100 Religion (non-Christian). —........................... 40 Sociology ---............................................................................... 1,425 Useful arts....-............- 800 F ine arts.................... --- —--------. - -------..- -------------------.................... 25 Literature (all donated)-..........-................................. 50 Travel...............,. —....................................... 2,300 B iography................ -.. —..-...................................................... 600 History.-...-..........-...-........-...................,............ 730 Public documents -. --- —--------—. ---. --- —-------—. --- —-—.......................... 1,200 Total.... —...........................-.......... 9,420 Since the annual appropriation for the purchase of books is very small, all the books now in the library, as far as possible, were selected with an eye to their permanent value. Consequently, the collection is especially rich in its professional military books and reference books on the Far East and the Far Eastern question. In classification the Dewey system has been followed for all works except the class of "military and naval science," for which the classification scheme for military books prepared in the Military Information Division, Adjutant General's Office, Document 204, has been used. The full privileges of the library are only allowed to officers of the Army, Navy, Marine Corps, and Philippine Constabulary, but the general public is always welcome to consult, in the library, any of the books on its shelves. To officers stationed outside of Manila and those unable to call at the library, the books are sent by mail or through the Quartermaster's Department, on application. This privilege is thoroughly appreciated, as the circulation of over five hundred volumes per month will testify. As the majority of the library patrons are scattered throughout the Archipelago and reside at great distances from the library, and due, in some cases, to irregular means of communication, the library custom of fixing a general time limit for the retention of library books by patrons had to be departed from, and as a substitute for this rule patrons are impressed with the fact that the library has, in most cases, only one copy of each work, and that in justice to their fellow patrons they should not retain the books any longer than they really need them. This has been found to work satisfactorily and, as a general rule, is sufficient to secure the prompt return of the books. In addition to its books, the library subscribes to about fifty domestic

Page  101 LIBRARY NOTES 101 and foreign military and scientific periodicals, which are bound as each volume is completed and placed on the library shelves. These are widely used by the officers. As is indicated by its name, the library forms a part of the office of the Military Information Division and is under the direct supervision of the staff officer in charge of that division. It is housed in one of the buildings of the historic old Spanish fort Santiago-the first building to the right after entering the stone gate of the Fort-and occupies about one-half of the floor space of the upper story of that building. Its books form valuable working tools for the class for whom it was established. On the other side a cordial reciprocity is enjoyed with the Philippine Library, so that the library is by no means restricted to the military class. ILIBRARY NOTES In the recent session of the Philippine Legislature, an Act was passed authorizing the purchase by the Philippine Government of the Filipiniana Collection owned by the Compafia General de Tabacos de Filipinas in Barcelona, Spain. With the acquisition of this justly famous library which contains many of the rarest of all Filipiniana, the Philippine Library will possess, beyond any question, the finest and most complete collection of Filipiniana in existence. Some of the pieces are so rare that the fortunate libraries owning them can be counted on the hand, while many are unique. Of one volume, the Zaragoza reprint of Morga's famous Sucesos, but two copies were ever bound. One of these is in the Ayer collection in Chicago, the other in the Barcelona collection. Two representatives of the Philippine Government will go to Barcelona immediately to make all preparations for the shipping of the books to Manila. The collection is described in Retana's three-volume work, Aparato Bibliogrdfico de lai Historia General de Filipinas (Madrid, 1906). All acquisitions made to the collection, since the publication of the above work are included in the purchase. A metal stack with a capacity of about five hundred bound volumes of newspapers has recently been installed in the Library. Metal shelving is peculiarly suitable for the tropics, where anay and insect pests abound, and where dust proves so destructive to books. Stacks for bound volumes of magazines and for reference books have also been ordered and will be installed within a few months. The Library has opened its usual branch at the summer capital, Baguio. About 2,000 volumes were sent thither from the main library in Manila; the greater part being fiction, although a generous supply of history and other serious books was included. The books are from the Clirculating Division (American Circulating Library), with the exception of about two hundred and fifty volumes from the Filipiniana Division.

Page  102 102 DUPLICATES IN THE FILIPINIANA DIVISION DUPLICATES IN THE FILIPINIANA DIVISION OFFERED FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE El Noli Me Tangere de Rizal. Barcelona. Imp. Yberica de Francisco Fossas. 1889. 38 pp. 21.5 cm. Elera. Casto de: Discurso leido en la apertura anual de los Estudios de la Real y Puntificia Universidad de Santo Tomas de Manila el dia 2 de Julio de 1884. Manila Estab. Tip. del Colegio de Sto. Tomas. 1884. 76 pp. 21.5 cm. Elio, Vicente: (pseud Vicente Sanchez): La Isla de Camiguin (distrito de Misamis) Breves apuntes sobre la misma coleccionados y dedicados a La Oceania Espaiola. Manila, 1890. Estab. tip. de "La Oceania Espaiola" 2 Real. 82 pp. with 1 map. 15.5 cm. Elliot, Charles B.: Annual Report of the Secretary of Commerce and Police for the year ended June 30, 1910. Manila Bureau of Printing, 1910. 37 pp. 23.5 cm. Encina, Francisco: Gramatica Bisaya-Cebuana. Manila, Imp. de Amigos del Pais, Calle Real 7, 1885. 44 pp. 1 1-23 cm. Entrala. F. de P.: Sin titulo. Manila, Estab. Tip. de Ramirez y Giraudier, Calle Magallanes 3, 1881. 300 pp. 18 cm. Escalafon provisional de los funcionarios de la carrera administrativa de Ultramar. Manila, 1891. Estab. Tip. Lit. de Ramirez y Comp. Calle Magallanes Num. 1. 66 pp. 24 cm. Escalera y Barreto, Jose de: Discurso leido en la solemne apertura de Tribunales de Filipinas el dia 2 de Enero de 1887. Manila. Imp. de Plana y Ca. Escolta 29 dup. 1877. 13 pp. 26 cm. Escobar y Lozano, Jaime: El Indicador del Viajero en las Islas Filipinas. Primera Edicion. Manila Tip. Lit. de Chofre y Comp. Escolta 29, 1885. 175 pp. 3 1. 21.5 cm. ria sobre Filipinas y Jolo. Redactada en 1863 y 1864. Ylustrada con un mapa. Madrid Imp. de Manuel G. Hernandez, 1882. 447 pp. I 1. 19.5 cm. Espejo, Zoilo: Cartilla de agricultura Filipina. Segunda e d i c i 6 n. Manila Imp. de Ramirez y Giraudier. 1870. 103 pp. 14.5 cm. Espina, Miguel A.: Apuntes para hacer un libro sobre Jol6. Entresacados de lo escrito por Barrantes, Bernaldez, Escosura, Francia, Giraudier, Gonzalez Parrado, Pazos y otros varios. Manila Imp. y Lit. de M. Perez hijo. San Jacinto 30, Binondo. 1888. 899 pp. 41 with 4 maps. 22.5 cm. Espinosa de los Monteros y Suarez, Diego: El procedimiento criminal. Compilacion de disposiciones sobre el enjuiciamiento en Filipinas, con notas, referencias, antecedentes, concordancias y jurisprudencia del Tribunal Supremo. 1897. I m p. Lit. Partier Manila, Plaza Sta. Ana 6. 22.5 cm. Farewell Luncheon in honor of Senorita Lopez, October 5, 1903 in the rooms of the Twentieth Century Club. The Arakelyan Press. 364 to 372 Congress Street, Boston, Mass. 1904. 31 pp. 21 cm. Farpon y Tufnon, Jose: Discurso leido en la apertura anual de los estudios de la Universidad de Sto. Tomas de Manila el dia 1 de Agosto de 1900. Manila Estab. tip. del Colegio de Sto. Tomas. 1900. 128 pp. 7. 1 1. 31 cm. Feced, Pablo: Filipinas. Esbozos y Pinceladas. Manila Estab. Tip. Magallanes 1, 1888. 361 pp. 1 1. Feced y Temprado, Jose: Manual del Gobernadorcillo en el ejercicio de sus atribuciones judiciales y escriturarias. Guia del hombre de negocios en Filipinas. Manila Imp. de Ramirez y Giraudier, 1867. 388 pp 22 cm. Escosura. Patricio de la: Memo

Page  103 RECENT ACCESSIONS 103 Fernandez Arias, Evaristo: Discurso leido en la apertura de estudios de la Real y Pontificia Universidad de Sto. Tomas de Manila, el dia 2 de Julio de 1885. Manila Imp. del Real Colegio de Sto. Tomas. 1895. 59 pp. 14 1. 29 cm. - El Beato Sanz y Compaieros Martires del orden de Predicadores. Publica este libro la Provincia del Santisimo Rosario en las solemnes fiestas de su beatificucion. Manila 1893. Estab. Tip. del Colegio de Sto. Tomas. 802 pp.+ xxIn with 1 map China provinces. 22 cm. - Oracion funebre que en las solemnes exequias celebradas el 20 de Diciembre del corriente afio, en sufragio del alma del Emmo. Sr. D. Fr. Zeferino Gonzalez, del Orden de Predicadores, pronuncio en la Iglesia de Santo Domingo. Manila. Estab. Tip. de Colegio de Santo Tomas. 1894. 23 pp. 21.5 cm. Paralelo entre la conquista y dominaci6n de America y el descubrimiento y pacificaci6n de Filipinas. Memoria laureada en el certamen celebrado en la Capital de Filipinas con motive de la Conmemoraci6n del cuarto centenario del descubrimiento de America. Imp. de la Viuda de M. Minuesa de los Rios. Miguel Servet 13, 1893. 62 pp. 2 1. 20 cm. Fernandez Navarrete. Domingo: Tratados Historicos, politicos, ethicos y religiosos de la monarchia de China. Descripcion breve de aquel Imperio, y ejemplos raros de Emperadores y Magistrados del. Con narracion difusa de varios succesos y cosas singulares de otros reynos y diferentes navegaciones. Aiadense los decretos pontificios, y proposiciones calificadas en Roma para la Misi6n Chinica, y una Bula de N. M. S. P. Clemente X en favor de los Missionarios. En Madrid. En la Imprenta Real Por Juan G. Tupancon. A costa de Florian Amisson, Mercader de libros. Afio 1676. 518 pp. 131. 28.5 cm. Fernandez, Giner Jose: Filipinas. Notas de viaje y de estancia. Madrid. Imp. Popular pza. del dos de Mayo, 4, 1889. 207 pp. 15.5 cm. Ferrando, Juan: Historia de los PP. Dominicos en las Islas Filipinas y en sus misiones del Japon, China, Tung-kin y Formosa, que comprende los sucesos principales de la Historia general de este Archipielago desde el descubrimiento y conquista de estas Islas por las flotas espaiolas hasta el aio 1840. Madrid, 1870 -1872. Imp. y Est. de M. Rivadeneira, Calle del Duque de Osuna 3, Vi vols. 22 cm. RECENT ACCESSIONS HISTORY (INCLUDING POLITICAL ECONOMY, TRAVEL AND DESCRIPTION, GEOGRAPHY, ETC.) Adams, George Burton: Civilization during the middle ages, especially in relation to modern civilization. N. Y., Scribner, 1906. viii, 463 p. 901Ad1741 Growth of the French nation. N. Y., Macmillan, 1908. 350 p. 944Ad17 Adolphus, John: History of England from the accession of George the Third to the conclusion of peace in the year one thousand seven hundred and eighty-three. Lond., Cadell, Jun., and Davies, 1802. 3 vols. 942Ad72 Alarc6n, Pedro Antonio de: De Madrid a Napoles. Ed. 4. Madrid, Sucesores de Rivadeneyra, 1894. 2 vols. 914A112d Alden, Percy: Democratic England. N. Y., Macmillan, 1912. xii, 271 p. 331.8A122 Alexander, John L. ed.: Boy training: an interpretation of the principles that underlie symmetrical boy

Page  104 104 RECENT ACCESSIONS development. N. Y., Ass'n. Press, 1912. xvi, 200 p. 364A126 Anderson, Robert E.: Story of extinct civilizations of the East. N. Y., Appleton. 1908. 213 p. 901Am23 Ashley, William James, ed.: British dominions: their present commercial and industrial condition; a series of reviews for business men and students. Lond., Longmans, 1911. xxviii, 275 p. 325As31 Bagot, Richard: Italian Lakes. Lond., Black, [1908]. xi. 201 p. 914.5B147 Barker, J. Ellis (former name O. Eltzbacker): Modern Germany: her political and economic problems, her policy, her ambitions, and the causes of her success. N. Y., Dutton, 1905. ix, 346 p. 914.4B41 Baro, Teodoro: Historia de Espaia. Ed. 4. Barcelona, Bastinos, 1891. 576 p. 946B268 Bates, E. S.: Touring in 1600; a study of the development of travel as a means of education. Bost., Houghton, 1912. xiv, 418 p. 914B31 Becquer, Gustavo Adolfo: Romantic legends of Spain; tr. by C. F. Bates and K. L. Bates. N. Y., Crowell, c1909. xxvii, 271 p. 398B38 Belcher, Sir Edward: Narrative of a voyage round the world, performed in Her Majesty's ship Sulphur, during the years 1836-1842. Lond., Colburn, 1843. 2 vols. R910.4B41 Belfield, H. Conway, Comp: Handbook of the Federated Malay States. Ed. 2. Lond., Stanford, 1904. 174 p. 919.1B41 Bell, Mrs. Arthur George: Nurenberg. Lond., Black [1905]. ix, 177 p. 914.33B413 Bell, Aubrey F. G.: Magic of Spain. Lond. and N. Y., Lane, 1912. xiv, 264 p. 914.6B413 Bingham, Denis Arthur: Bastile. N. Y., Pott, 1901. 2 vols. 944B513 Botsford, George Willis: History of the ancient world. N. Y., Macmillan, 1912. xxviii, 588 p. 930B658 Bullock, Charles Jesse: Selected readings in public finance. Bost., Ginn., c1906. viii, 671 p. 336B876s Burke, Edmund: Reflections on the revolution in France. Lond., Scott, n. d. xxvi, 314 p. 944.04B918 Burton, Sir Richard Francis: Personal narrative of a pilgrimage to Al-Madinah and Mecca. Lond., Bell, 1907. 2 vols. (Bohn's Libraries.) 915.32B953 Caine, William Ralph Hall: Isle of Man. Lond., Black, 1909. xvi, 240 p. 914.2C123 Castelar, Emilio: Europa en el ultimo trienio. Madrid, Oficinas de la Ilustracion Espafiola y Americana, 1883. 336 p. 940C27 _ — Guerras de America y Egypto. Madrid, Oficinas de la Ilustracion Espafiola y Americana, 1883. 322 p. 904C27 Chamberlain, Houston Stewart: Foundations of the nineteenth century; tr. from the Ger. by J. Lees. N. Y., Lane, 1912. 2 vols. 901C355 Chamberlain, Lawrence: Principles of bond investment. N. Y., Holt, 1911. xiii, 551 p. 336.31C355 Child labor legislation. In "Annals of Amer. Acad. of Pol. and Soc. Sci.", Phila., 1908. 68 p. 331.3Am35ch2 Clark, John Bates: Problem of monopoly: a study of a grave danger and of the natural mode of averting it. N. Y., Columbia Univ. Press; Lond., Macmillan, 1904. vi, 128 p. (Col. Univ. Lectures.) 338.8C547p Clark, John Bates; and Clark, John Maurice: Control of trusts. N. Y., Macmillan, 1912. xi, 202 p. 338.8C547 Copping, Arthur E.: Journalist in the Holy Land: glimpses of Egypt and Palestine. N. Y., Revell, 1912. xiv, 248 p. 915.6C795

Page  105 RECENT ACCESSIONS 105 Cotteau, Edmond: Un touriste dans l'Extreme Orient. Jap on, Chine, Indochine et T6nkin. Paris, Hachette, 1884. 448 p. 915C828 Creighton, Mandell: Age of Elizabeth. Lond., Longmans, 1909. xviii, 236 p. (Epochs of modern hist.) 940.7C862 Dawson, Miles Menander: Elements of life insurance. Ed. 3. N. Y. and Chic., The Spectator Co., 1911. 192 p. 368.3D323 Devine, Edward Thomas: Spirit of social work; addresses. N. Y., Charities Pub. Corn., 1912. xi, 231 p. 304D496 Dottain, E.: Precis d'histoire ancienne. Paris, Delalain, 176 p. 930D743 Drake, Samuel Adams: Historic mansions and highways around Boston; being a new and rev. ed. of "Old landmarks and historic fields of Middlesex." Bost., Little, 1906. xvi, 440 p. 974.4D789h Du Cane, Florence: Flowers and gardens of Japan. Lond., Black, 1908. ix, 249 p. 716D85 Edwards, George Wharton: Some old Flemish towns. N. Y., Moffat, 1911. x, 326 p. 914.96Ed95 Edwards, Matilda Betham: Unfrequented France: by river and mead and town. N. Y., Stokes. [Pref. 1910]. x, 204 p. 914.4Ed97 Emerson, Edwin: History of the nineteenth century, year by year. with an introd. by G. G. Gervinus. N. Y., Collier, 1902. 3 vols. 909.8Em33 Evans, Maurice Smethurst: Black and white in South East Africa: a study in sociology. Lond., Longmans, 1911. xviii, 341 p. 916.8Evl6e Fanning, Clara Elizabeth, Comp.: Selected articles on the enlargement of the U. S. Navy. Ed. 3; enlarged. Minneapolis, Wilson, 1910. viii, 138 p. (Debaters' handbook series.) 359F212 FitzGerald, Sybil: Naples. Lond., Black, [1904]. xii, 255 p. 914.57F576 Foord, Edward: Byzantine empire: the rearguard of European civilization. Lond., Black, 1911. xii, 432 p. 949.5F74 Garnett, Lucy Mary Jane: Turkey and the Ottomans. N. Y., Scribner, 1911. 304 p. 914.96G187 Gauss, Henry Colford: American government: organization and officials, with the duties and powers of federal office holders. Ed. 2. N. Y., Hammersly, c1907. xxiii, 871 p. 353823 Gibbon, Edward: History of the decline and fall of the Roman empire. New Ed. Lond., printed for W. Allason and others, 1816. 12 vols. 937G3524 Gillpatrick, Wallace: Man who liked Mexico: the spirited chronicle of adventurous wanderings in Mexican highways and byways. N. Y., Century, 1912. [xii], 374 p. 917.2G41 Gladden, Washington: question. Bost., Pilgrims c1911. 209 p. Labor Press, 331G451 Goff, Clarissa (Mrs. Robert): Florence and some Tuscan cities. Lond., Black, [pref. 1905.] xii, 262 p. 914.55G557 Gray, John Chipman: Nature and sources of the law. N. Y., Col. Univ. Press, 1909. xii, 332 p. (Col. Univ. Lectures). 340G793 Gribble, Francis: Lake of Geneva. Lond., Black, 1909. x, 360 p. 914.94G871 Griffis, William Elliott: Unmannerly tiger and other Korean tales. N. Y., Crowell, c1911. xi, 155 p. +398G875 Hamilton, Alexander: Works. Ed. by H. C. Lodge. N. Y., and Lond., Putnam, [pref. 1903.] 12 vols. 308H18

Page  106 106 RECENT ACCESSIONS Hannan, William I.: Textile fibers of Commerce: a handbook on the occurrence, distribution, preparation, and uses of the animal, vegetable, and mineral fibers used in cotton, woolen, paper, silk, brush, and hat manufactures. Lond., Griffin, 1902. x, 230 p. 633H196 Hard, William: Women of to-morrow. N. Y., Baker & Taylor, 1911. xi, 211 p. 396H216 Hart, Albert Bushnell: Obvious orient. N. Y., Appleton, 1911. x, 369 p. 915H253 Hassall, Arthur: European history chronologically arranged, 476 -1910. Lond., Macmillan, 1910. ix, 419 p. 940H276 Heeren, Arnold Hermann Ludwig: Manual of the history of the political history of Europe and its colonies, from its formation at the close of the fifteenth century, to its reestablishment upon the fall of Napoleon. Oxford, Talboys, 1834. 2 vols. 940H36 Heitland, William Emerton: Short history of the Roman republic. Camb. Univ. Press, 1911. viii, 528 p. 937H366 Henderson, John: West Indies. Lond., Black, 1905. ix, 272 p. 917.29M384 Henson, Mathew A.: Negro explorer at the North Pole: with a foreword by R. E. Peary, and an introd. by B. T. Washington, N. Y., Stokes, c1912. xx, 200 p. 919.8H398 Hill, David Jayne: World organization as affected by the nature of the modern state. N. Y., Col. Univ. Press, 1911, ix, 214 p. (Col. Univ. Lectures.) 320H551 Hillis, Mrs. Newell Dwight: American woman and her home. N. Y., Revell, c1911. 186 p. Hinsdale, Burke Aaron: American government, national and state. Ed. 4. N. Y., Amer. Bk. Co., c1910. viii, 493 p. 353H596 Hirth, Friederick: Ancient history of China to the end of the Chou dynasty. N. Y., Col. Univ. Press, 1911. xx, 383 p. 931H619 Hobhouse, Leonard Trelawney: Social evolution and political theory. N. Y., Columbia Univ. Press, 1911. xi, 218 p. (Col. Univ. Lectures). 320.1 H653 Holmes, Richard Rivington: Windsor. Lond., Black, 1908. vii, 117 p. 914.2H738 Hughan, Jessie Wallace: American socialism of the present day. N. Y., Lane, 1912. x, 255 p. 335H874 Jeffery, Reginald W.: New Europe, 1789-1889, with short notes, bibliographies, biographies diagrams, and maps. Bost., Houghton, 1911. vi, 401 p. 940.8J36 Jenks, Jeremiah Whipple: Principles of politics from the viewpoint of the American citizen. N. Y., Col. Univ. Press, 1909. xviii, 187 p. (Col. Univ. Lectures.) 320J424 Johnson, Arthur Henry: Europe in the sixteenth century, 1494-1598. Lond., Rivingtons, 1909. xv, 491 p. (Periods of Eur. hist., IV.) 940.5J631 Jones, Henry Stuart: Classical Rome. N. Y., Holt; Lond., Grant Richards, [pref. 1910.] xix, 372 p. (Grant Allen's historical guides.) 914.56J717 Judson, Katherine Berry, ed.: Myths and legends of Alaska. Chic., McClurg, 1911. xv, 149 p.+398J921 Jungman, Beatrix: Holland. Lond. Black, 1904. ix, 212 p. 914.92J958 Kelman, John: Holy Land. Lond., Black, 1902. xv, 301 p. 915.6K279 396H559 Hinnewell, James Frothingham: Historical monuments of France. Bost. Houghton, 1898. xiv, 336 p. 914.4H89

Page  107 RECENT ACCESSIONS 107 Kent, Charles Foster: Biblical geography and history. N. Y., Scribner, 1911. xvii, 296 p. 220.9K413 Kirkland, Caroline: Some African highways: a journey of two American women to Uganda and the Transvaal. Bost., Dana Estes. c1908. xvi, 345 p. 916.7K63 Labberton, Robert Henlopen: Universal history, from the earliest times to the present. N. Y., Silver, 1902. xxi, 221 p. 909L114 Lodge, Richard: Close of the middle ages, 1272-1494. Lond., Rivingtons, 1910. xxx, 570 p. (Periods of European Hist., III.) 940.4L82 Lord, Walter Frewen: Lost possessions of England: essays in imperial history. Ed. 2. Lond., Huntley. 1898. vii. 326 p. 325L8841 Lowell, Abbott Lawrence: Colonial civil service: the selection and training of colonial officials in England, Holland, and France, with an account of the East India College at Haileybury (1806-1857), by H. Morse Stephens. N. Y., Macmillan, 1900. xiv, 246 p. 351L95 Lumsden, Carlos B.: Dawn of Modern England: being a history of the reformation in England, 1509 -1525. Lond., N. Y., etc., Longmans, 1910. 303 p. 942.05L97 McCall, Samuel Walker: Business of Congress. N. Y., Col. Univ., Press, 1911, vii, 215 p. (Col. Univ. Lectures.) 328M124 McCormick, Frederick: Tragedy of Russia in Pacific Asia. N. Y., Outing Pub. Co., 1907. 2 vols. 951.8M136 Macgregor, Mary: Story of France; told to boys and girls. N. Y., Stokes, n. d. xiii, 471 p. +944M178 Maine, Sir Henry Summer: Ancient law: its connection with the early history of Society and its relation to modern ideas; with introd. and notes by Sir F. Pollock. 4th Amer. ed. N. Y., Holt, n. d. xxiii, 462 p. 340M28 Mansfield, Milburg Francisco (Francis Miltoun, pseud.): Dumas' Paris. Bost., Page, c1904. 395 p. 914.41M318 Martin, Henri: Popular history of France, from the first revolution to the present time; tr. by M. L. Booth, and A. L. Alger. N. Y., Bolles, c1877. 3 vols. 944M364 Martin, Robert, Montgomery: History of the colonies of the British empire in the West Indies. South America, Asia, Australasia, Africa, and Europe. Lond., Allen; and Routledge, 1843. viii, 602 p. and appendix, 304 p. 325M363 Maspero, Sir Gaston Camille Charles: Egypt: ancient sites and modern scenes.. tr. by Elizabeth Lee. N. Y., Appleton, 1911. 330 p. 916.2M381 Mathew, Frank: Ireland. Lond., Black, 1905. xix, 212 p. 915.15M42 Matthews, Brander: Vistas of New York. N. Y. and Lond., Harper, 1912. 242 p. 824M431 Maugham, Reginald Charles Fulke: Portuguese East Africa: the history, scenery, and great game of Manica and Sofala. N. Y., Dutton, 1906. xii, 340 p. 916.6M443 Maurel, Andre: Little cities of Italy; tr. by Helen Gerard., with a preface by Gulielmo Ferrero. N. Y., Putnam, 1911. xvii, 295 p. 914.5M44 Mitton, G. E.: Normandy. Lond., Black, [1905.] xii, 192 p. 914.41698 Molmenti, Pompeo Gherardo: Venice, its individual growth from the earliest beginnings to the fall of the republic; tr. by H. F. Brown. Pt. III-The decadence. Chic., McClurg, 1908. 2 vols. 945.3M738d Moncrieff, Ascott Robert Hope: Heart of Scotland. Lond., Black, 1909. x, 206 p. 914.1M74

Page  108 108 RECENT ACCESSIONS Moncrieff, Ascott Robert Hope: Isle of Wight. Lond. Black, 1908. viii, 176 p. Munro, Niel Gordon: Prehistoric Japan. Yokohama, 1911. xvii, 705 p. 913.5M92 New Collection of voyages, discoveries and travels: containing whatever is worthy of notice, in Europe, Asia, Africa and America. Lond., Printed for J. Knox, 1767. 7 vols. R910N42 Nolen, John: Replanning small cities: six typical studies. N. Y., Huebsch, 1912. 218 p. 710M717 Norman, C. B.: Colonial France. Lond., Allen, 1886. xii, 331 p. 325N782 Palgrave, William Gifford: Essays on Eastern questions. Lond., Macmillan, 1872, vi, 349 p. 949.6P175 Phelps, Edith M.: Selected articles on the initiative and referendum. Minneapolis, Wilson, 1909. ix, 164 p. (Debaters' handbook series.) 321.4P512 Picatoste, Valentin: Descripci6n e historia politica, eclesiastica y monumental de Espana, para uso de la juventud. Madrid, Viuda de Hernando y Cia, 1890. 125 p. +946P58 Pitcher, Philip Wilson: In and j about Amoy; some historical and other facts connected with one of the first open ports of China. Ed. 2. Shanghai and Foochow, Meth. Pub. House, 1912. 4, 338. p. 915.1P681 Poyser, Arthur: Tower of London Lond., Black, 1908. xiv, 220 p. 914.21P878 Quincy, Josiah: Figures of the past: from the leaves of old journals. Bost., Little, 1910. viii, 404, p. 920Q43 Rawlinson, Sir Henry Creswicke: England and Russia in the East; a series of papers on the political and geographical condition of central Asia. Ed. 2. Lond., Murray, 1875. xxii, 412. p. 915.8R198 t Read, (George Henry: Last cruise of the Saginaw. Bost., Houghton, 1912. v, 128 p. 910.4R22 Redesdale, Algernon Bertran Freeman-Mitford, Lord: Tabs of old Japan. Lond., Macmillan, 1908. xii, 383 p. 398.2R247 Ridpath, John Clark: Ridpath's history of the world. N. Y., Merrill and Baker, c1897. 4 vols. 909R43 Ringrose, Hyacinthe, ed.: Marriage and divorce laws of the world. Lond., N. Y., Paris, Musson-Draper Co., 1911. 272 p. 347.6R475 Robbins, Edwin Clyde, Comp: Selected articles on the commission plan of municipal government. Ed. 2, enlarged. Minneapolis, Wilson, 1910. xxvi, 178 p. (Debaters' handbook series.) 352R535 Roberts, Peter: Immigrant races in North America. N. Y., Y. M. C. A., Press, c1910. 109 p. 325.2R541 Robertson, William: History of Scotland during the reign of Queen Mary and King James VI. till his accession to the crown of England. Ed. 25. Lond., Printed for Cadell & Davis, and others, 1817. 3 vols. 941R5491 Robinson, Louis Newton: History and organization of criminal statistics in the U. S. Bost., Houghton, 1911. viii, 104 p. (Hart, Schaffner and Marx prize essays, No. 10.) 364R564 Ross, Edward Alsworth: Changing Chinese; the conflict of oriental and western cultures in China. N. Y., Century, 1911. xvi, 356 p. 915.1R71 Sanderson, Edgar; and others, ed.: Six thousand years of history. Phila., Nolam, 1908-10. 10 vols. 909Sa561 Sanderson, William: Scottish life and character. Lond., Black, 1906. x, 159 p. 914.1S56

Page  109 RECENT ACCESSIONS 109 Satow, Ernest Mason, Jr.: Kinse Shiriaku: a history of Japan from the first visit of Commodore Perry in 1869; tr. from the Japanese. Repub. from "Japan Weekly Mail." Ed. 2. Yokohama, Wetmore, 1876. 148 p. 952S81 Schreiner, Olive (Mrs. S. C. Crownwright Schreiner; Ralph Iron, pseud.): Woman and labor. Ed. 7 N. Y., Stokes, c1911. 299 p. 396Sch72 Scott, Samuel Parsons: History of the Moorish empire in Europe. Phila., Lippincott, 1904. 3 vols. 946.02Sco86 Scott, Sir Walter: History of Scotland, N. Y., Harper, 1845. 2 vols. 941Sco86hl Scott, William: The Riviera. Lond., Black 1907. xii, 232 p. 914.4Sco86 Scudder, Vida Dutton: Socialism and character. Bost., Houghton, 1912. xvii, 431 p. 335Scu23 Seligman, Edwin Robert Anderson: Economic interpretation of history. Ed. 2. rev. N. Y., Col. Univ. Press, 1912. ix, 166 p. 901Se481 Shifting and incidence of taxation. Ed. 3. rev. and enl. N. Y., Col. Univ. Press, 1910. xi, 427 p. 336.2Se48s Shaw, Albert: Political problems of American development. N. Y., Col. Univ. Press, 1907. vii, 268 p. (Col. Univ. Lectures.) 320Sh2 Slocum, Joshua: Sailing alone around the world. N. Y., Century, 1911, xvi, 294 p. 910.4S153 Smith, Justin Harvey: Annexation of Texas. N. Y., Baker & Taylor, 1911. ix, 496 p. 973.61Sm61 Smith, Richard Gordon: Ancient tales and folklore of Japan. Lond. Black, 1908. xv, 361 p. 398Sm64 Smollet, Tobias George: History of England from the revolution to the death of George the Second. Ind., Printed for T. Cadell, 1800., vxols. 342Sm79 Steiner, Edward Alfred: On the trail of the immigrant. N. Y., Chic., Revell, c1906. 375 p. 325.2St35 Stiles, Henry Reed: Bundling; its origin, progress and decline in America. Albany, Knickerbocker Pub. Co., 1871. 138 p. R394St53 Stokes, Adrian: Hungary. Lond., Black, 1909. xix, 320 p. 914.36St67 Stubbs, William: Early Plantagenets. N. Y., Scribner, 1910. vii, 300 p. (Epochs of modern hist.) 940.4St91 Symonds, John Addington; and Symonds, Margaret: Our life in the Swiss Highlands. Lond., Black, 1907. xxii, 278 p. 914.94Sy671 Timbs, John: Clubs and club life in London: with anecdotes of its famous coffee houses, hostelries, and taverns from the seventeenth century to the present time. New ed. Lond., Chatto, 1908. xiv, 544 p. 367T482 Tissot, Victor: La Russie et les Russes; indiscretions de voyage. Paris, Dentu, 1882. 562 p. 914.7T52 Todd, Mabel Loomis (Mrs. David Peck Todd): Tripoli the mysterious, Bost., Small, c1912. xv, 214 p. 916.1T566 Tucker, George Fox: Your will: how to make it. Bost., Little, 1896. vi, 113 p. 347.6T795 Tucker, M. A. R.: and Malleson, Hope: Rome. Lond., Black, 1905. xi, 267 p. 914.56T79 Tyler, Royall: Spain: A study of her life and arts. N. Y., Kennerley; Lond., Grant Richards, 1909. 620 p. 914.6T971 Vambery, Arminius: Voyages d'un faux derviche dans l'Asie Centrale, de Teheran a Khiva, Bokhara et Samarcand par le grand desert turcoman: tr. de l'anglais par E. D. Forgues. Paris, Hachette, 1868. xvii, 263 p. 915.6V252

Page  110 110 RECENT ACCESSIONS Vernede, R. E.: Fair Dominion: a record of Canadian impressions. N. Y., Pott, 1911. xi, 296 p. 917.1V594 Voyages round the world, from the death of Captain Cook to the present time; including remarks on the social conditions of the inhabitants in the recently-discovered countries: their progress in arts; and more especially their advancement in religious knowledge, N. Y., Harper, 1844. xvi, 401 p. 910.4V949 Wakeman, Henry Offley: Europe, 1598-1715. Period V. N. Y., and Lond., Macmillan, 1911. viii, 392 p. (Periods of European hist.) 940.5W1381 Wallace, Dillon: Saddle and camp in the Rockies: an expert's picture of game conditions in the heart of our hunting country. N. Y., Outing Pub. Co., 1911. xvi, 302 p. 917.87W155 Watson, Thomas Edward: Waterloo. N. Y., and Wash., Neale, 1908. 152 p. 944.05W338 Webb, Sidney; and Webb, Beatrice (Potter; Mrs. Sidney Webb): Prevention of destitution. Lond., Longmans, 1912. vii, 348 p. 361W384 Weyl, Walter Edward: New democracy: an essay on certain political and economic tendencies in the U. S. N. Y., Macmillan, 1912. viii, 370 p. 321W547 White, Mrs. Thaddeus C. (Princess Der Ling): Two years in the forbidden city. N. Y., Moffat, 1912. ix, 383 p. 915.1W582 Wilson, Woodrow: Constitutional government in the U. S. N. Y., Col. Univ. Press, 1911. vii, 236 p. (Col. Univ. Lectures.) 342W699 The state: elements of historical and practical politics. Rev. ed. Bost., Heath, 1911. xxxv, 656 p. 350W6991 Woodruff, Clinton Rogers: City government by commission. N. Y., and Lond., Appleton, 1912. ix, 381 p. 352W85 Woods, Samuel D.: Lights and shadows of life on the Pacific Coast. N. Y., and Lond., Funk & Wagnalls, 1910. 474 p. 917.94W867 Wylie, Ida Elena Ross: The Germans. Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill, c1911. 361 p. 914.3W97 Younghusband, Sir Francis: Kashmir. Lond., Black, 1909. xv, 283 p. 915.46Y85 BIOGRAPHY Agassiz, Elizabeth Cary: Louis Agassiz: his life and correspondence. Bost., Houghton, c1885. xviii, 794 p. 925.9Ag17 Arnold, Isaac: Life of Benedict Arnold. Ed. 3. Chic., McClurg, 1897. 444 p. 923Ar64a Bolton, Sarah (Knowless; Mrs. C. E. Bolton): Famous types of womanhood. N. Y., Crowell, c1892. 350 p. 920.7B639 Brown, Frederic Keynon (Al Priddy, pseud.): Through the mill: the life of a mill-boy. Bost., Pilgrim Press, c1911. xi, 289 p. 331.3B813 Castelar, Emilio: Galeria hist6 -rica de mujeres celebres. Madrid, Alvarez, 1886-89. 8 vols. (Vols. 3 and 7 lacking.) 920.7C27 Dyer, Frank Lewis; and Martin, Thomas Commerford: Edison: his life and inventions. N. Y., Harper, 1910. 2 vols. 926Ed47d Harkins, Edward Francis: Famous authors (men). Bost., Page, c1901. 332 p. 928.73H226m Hovey, Carl: Lifestory of J. Pierpont Morgan: a biography. N. Y., Sturgis & Walton, 1911. [iv], 352 p. 923.3M821 Lewes, George Henry: Biographical history of philosophy. Lond., Routledge; N. Y., Dutton, n. (!. 656 p. 109L582

Page  111 RECENT ACCESSIONS 111 McChesney, Nathan William, ed.: Abraham Lincoln: the tribute of a century, 1809-1909; commemorative of Lincoln centenary and containing the principal speeches made in connection therewith. Chic., McClurg, 1910. xxviii, 555 p. 923.1L638m Marden, Orison Swett: Talks with great workers. N. Y., Crowell, c1901. ix, 335 p. 374M33 Miles, Nelson Appleton: Serving the republic: memoirs of the civil and military life of Nelson A. Miles. N. Y., and Lond., Harper, 1911. vii, 340 p. 923.5M593am Plutarch: Lives: the transl. called Dryden's; corrected from the Greek and rev. by A. H. Clough. N. Y., Athenaeum Soc.. c1905. 5 vols. 888P731 Seward, William Henry: Life and public service of John Quincy Adams; with the envoy delivered before the legislature. Auburn, Derby, Miller & Co., 1849. xvi, 404 p. 923.1Adl3s Stedman, Laura; and Gould, George Milbry: Life and letters of Edmund Clarence Stedman, N. Y., Moffat, 1910. 2 vols. 921St31 Stowe, Charles Edward; and Stowe, Lyman Beecher: Harriet Beecher Stowe: the story of her life. Bost., Houghton, 1911. vi, 313 p. 920.7St78 Strang, Lewis Clinton: Famous actors of the day. Bost., Page, c1899. 354 p. 927.92St82 Trevelyan, Sir George Otto: Life and letters of Lord Macaulay; enl. and compl. ed., including Macaulay's marginal notes. Lond. and N. Y., Harper, 1876. 2 vols. in one. 921M119V Wilmer, Lambert A.: Life, travels, and adventures of Ferdinand de Soto. Phila., Lloyd, 1859. 532 ). 973.1W688 Wirt, William: Sketches of the life and character of Patrick Henry. ad. 15. N. Y., Derby and Jackson, 1860. xvi, 468 p. 923.3H396 PHILOLOGY, USEFUL AND FINE ARTS. ETC. Alden, Henry Mills: Magazine writing and the new literature. N. Y., Harper, 1908. xi, 321 p. 050A122 Bickerton, A. W. and systems; wit] Ernest Rutherford, Y., Harper, 1911..: Birth of world h a preface by. Lond., and N. xix, 162 p. 523B472b Brodie, T. G.: Essentials of experimental physiology for the use of students. Lond., N. Y., etc., Longmans, 1898. xiv, 231 p. 612B784 Crane, W. J. E.: Bookbinding for amateurs: being descriptions of the various tools and appliances required and minute instructions for their effective use. Lond., L. Upcott Gill, n. d. vi, 184 p. 686C85 Crawley, Edwin Scholfield: Tables of logarithms to five places of decimals, with auxiliary tables. Phila., Crawley, 1902. xxxii, 7 p. 510.8C84 Davenport, Charles Bersdict: Eugenics: the science of human improvement by better breeding. N. Y., Holt, 1910. 35 p. 575.6D273 Ditmars, Raymond Lee: Reptiles of the world. N. Y., Sturgis & Walton, 1910. [xviii], 373 p., 89 plates. 598.1D635 Doane, Rennie Wilbur: Insects and disease; a popular account of the way in which insects may spread or cause some of our common diseases. N. Y., Holt, 1910. xiv, 227 p. 616.9D65 Fernow, Bernhard Eduard: Care of trees in lawn, street and park; with a list of trees and shrubs for decorative use. N. Y., Holt, 1911. x, 392 p. 634.9F39 Goodrich, S. Griswold: Illustrated natural history of the animal kingdom. N. Y., Derby & Jackson, 1859. 2 vols. 508G625

Page  112 112 RECENT ACCESSIONS Hartwig, George: Subterranean World. N. Y., Scribner, 1871. xix, 522 p. 508H259 Hopkins, Cyril George: Soil fertility and permanent agriculture. Bost., Ginn, c1910. xxiii, 653 U. 630H774 Hutt, Henry: Girls. ner, 1910. 33 plates. N. Y., ScribR950H97 International Library of technology: a series of textbooks for persons engaged in the engineering professions and trades, or for those who desire information concerning them; fully illustrated and containing numerous practical examples and their solution. Scranton International Textbook Co., n. d. 113 vols. R607In8 Mackenzie, Thomas: Practical mechanics applied to the requirements of the sailor. Ed. 2. Lond., Griffith, 1901. xii, 175 p. 620.1M196 Malcolm, Charles W.: Textbook on graphic statics. Ed. 1. N. Y. and Chic., Clark, 1911. xii, 316 p. 531.2M2923 Meier-Graefe, Julius: Modern art: being a contribution to a new system of Aesthetics; tr. from the Ger. by F. Simmons, and G. W. Chrystal. Lond., Heinemann; N. Y., Putnam, 1908. 2 vols. R750M475 Meiklejohn, John Miller Dow: English grammar; with chapters on composition, versification, paraphrasing, and punctuation. Bost., Health, 1907. iv, 268 p. 425M475e Miller, Ellen Robertson: Butterfly and moth book; personal studies and observation of the more familiar species. N. Y., Scribner, 1912. xviii, 249 p. 595.78M612 Morse, Irving Haskell: Calculations used in cane-sugar factories; a practical system of chemical control for Louisiana sugar-houses and other cane-producing countries. N. Y., Wiley, 1904. viii, 75 p. 658M835 Ollendorff, Heinrich Gottfried: New method of learning to read, write and speak a language in six months, adapted to the Italian. Frankfort or M. Jugel, 1862.. vi, 542 p. 4550143 Orton, James: Underground treasures: how and where to find them; a key for all the useful minerals within the U. S. New ed. Phila., Baird, 1887. 145 p. 5490rl Peckham, Stephen Farnum: Solid bitumens; their physical and chemical properties, and chemical analysis; together with a treatise on bituminous pavements. N. Y. and Chic., Clark, 1909. viii, 324 p. 665.4P334 Phillips, Andrew Wheeler; and Strong, Windall Melville: Elements of trigonometry; plane and spherical. N. Y., Amer. Bk. Co., c1898. vi, 128 p. 514P539 Plumb, Charles Sumner: Types and breeds of farm animals. Bost., c1906. x, 563 p. (Country life education series). 636P73 Reuterdahl, Arvid: Theory and design of reinforced concrete arches: a treatise for engineers and technical students. Chic. and N. Y., Clark, 1908. vi, 126 p. 691.3R318 Romanes, George John: Darwin and after Darwin; an exposition of the Darwinian theory and a discussion of post-Darwinian questions. Chic., Open Court, 1906, 1910. 3 vols. 575R66 Serl, lessons. c1911. Emma: Primary language N. Y., Amer. Bk. Co., xi, 148 p. +372.6S65 Seton, Ernest Thompson: Animal heroes; being the histories of a cat, a dog, or pigeon, a lynx, two wolves and a reindeer. N. Y., Scribner, 1905. 362 p. +504.2Se77 Spencer, Guilford Lawson: Handbook for cane-sugar manufacturers and their chemists. Ed. 4, rewritten and enl. N. Y., Wiley; Lond., Chapman & Hall, 1909. viii, 331 p. 664.1L444

Page  113 RECENT ACCESSIONS 113 Traub, Peter Edward: Spanish verb: with an introduction on Spanish pronunciation. N. Y., Chic., Amer. Bk. Co., c1910. vi, 209 p. 465T6934 Tyndall, Charles Herbert: Electricity and its similitudes: the analogy of phenomena, natural and spritual. N. Y., Revell, c1902. 537.1T978 Walker, John: Rhyming dictionary of the English language, in which the whole language is arranged according to its terminations; rev. and enl. by J. Longmuir. Lond. Routledge; N. Y., Dutton, n. d. lxxii, 720 p. 426.6W151 Wells, Webster: Essentials of algebra for secondary schools. Bost. Heath, 1899. vii, 358 p. 512W463 Whitney, William Dwight: Life and growth of language; an outline of linguistic science. N. Y. and Lond., Appleton, 1911. vii, 327 p. 409W611 Young, Filson: Wagner stories retold from the music dramas by Filson Young, with metrical translations of lyrical portions, by Eric Maclagan. N. Y., Holt, 1911. iii, 304 p. 780.4Y86w LITERATURE Aesopus: Book of fables. Complete with text based upon Croxall, La Fontaine and l'Estrange with copious additions. N. Y., Allison, n. d. 249 p. +398Ae88 Bardeen, C. W.: Fifty fables for teachers. Syracuse, Bardeen, c1910. 164 p. +398B23 Bennett, Arnold: Feast of St. Friend: a Christmas book. N. Y., Doran, c1911. 117 p. +394B43f Brooks, Edward: Story of Siegfried. Phila., Penn. Pub. Co., 1909. 391 p. +398B79s - Story of the Faerie Queen. Phila., Penn. Pub. Co., 1908. 418 p. + 398B79f - Story of Tristram. Phila., Penn. Pub. Co., 1903. 334 p. + 398B79t Brooks, Edward: Wonder stories from the Mabinogion. Phila., Penn. Pub. Co., 1909. xx, 338 p. + 398B79m Coussens, Penrhyn W.: One thousand books for children. Chic., McClurg, 1911. xx, 224 p. - +R016C83 Edmison, John P.: Stories from the Norseland. Phila., Penn. Pub. Co., 1909. 337 p. +398Ed55s Gawne, John Moore, tr.: Summer night's dream; tr. from the Ger. Kansas City, Hudson Press, 1908. 168 p. 355.4G248 Grimm, Jacob Ludwig Karl; and Grimm, K. L.: Popular fairy tales. N. Y., Burt, n. d. iv, 397 p. + 398G8822 Irving, Washington: Selections from the Sketch-book. N. Y., Amer. Bk. Co., c1901. 196 p. +827Ir8sk6 Johnston, Mary: Goddess of reason. Bost., Houghton, 1907. 234 p. 822J6456 Lane, Mrs. John: Talk of the town. Lond. and N. Y., Lane, 1911. 323 p. 824L24 Lillo, Baldomero: Sub sole. Santiago de Chile, Imp. i Encuadernacion Universitaria, 1907. 864L628 Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth: Poems. N. Y., Hurst., n. d., 489 p. 821L68x5 Macaulay, Thomas Babington: Lays of ancient Rome; ed. by M. H. Shackford. Bost., Heath, 1910. xv, 115 p. 821M119 Ozaki, Yei Theodora: Japanese fairy tales. N. Y., Burt, 1908. vii, 305 p. +3980zl Robbins, Edwin Clyde: High School debate book. Chic., McClurg, 1911. x, 229 p. 328.1R534 Roosevelt, Theodore: Strenuous life; essays and addresses. N. Y., Century, 1905. 332 p. 304R677 Sanborn, Kate: Abandoning an adopted farm. N. Y., Appleton, 1906. 185 p. 824Sa51

Page  114 114 1RECENT ACCESSIONS Stories of chivalry retold from St. Nicholas. N. Y., Century, 1909. viii, 192 p. +398C333c Stories of classic myths retold from St. Nicholas. N. Y., Century, 1909. vii, 195 p. +290C333 Stories of royal from St. Nicholas. 1909. vii, 196 p. children retold N. Y., Century, +920C333 Stories of the ancient world retold from St. Nicholas. N. Y., Century, 1909. 197 p. +398C333a Tennyson, Afred: Complete poetical works. N. Y., Hurst, n. d. 730 p. 821T258x5 Thomas, Ralph Wilmer: Manual of debate. N. Y., Amer. Bk. Co., c1910. 224. p. 374.2T361 Trowbridge, John Townsend: Poetical Works. Bost., Houghton, c1903. viii, 360 p. 821T759 Wetherill, Mrs. Julia Klein (Baker): Wandering joy. N. Y., B'dway Pub. Co., 1911. 172 p. 824W632 Whittier, John Greenleaf: Poems. N. Y., Hurst, n. d. 458 p. 821W618x3 Winter, William: Shakespeare on the stage. N. Y., Moffat, 1911. 564 p. 822.33W734 FICTION Altsheler, Joseph Alexander: Candidate; a political romance. N. Y. and Lond., Harper, 1905. A179c Forest runners; a story of the great war trail in early Kentucky. N. Y., Appleton, 1908. +A179f -Free rangers; a story of early days along the Mississipi. N. Y. and Lond., Appleton, 1909. -tA179fr - erald of the West: an American story of 1811-1815, N. Y., Appleton, 1909. A179h In circling camps: a romance of the civil war. N. Y. Appleton, 1909. A179i Altsheler, Joseph Alexander: Last of the chiefs: a story of the great Sioux war. N. Y. and Lond., Appleton, 1909. +A1791 --- Sign of Saratoga: a romance of Burgoyne's surrender. N. Y., Appleton, 1907. A179s -- Wilderness road: a romance of St. Clair's defeat and Wayne's victory. N. Y., Appleton, 1908. A179w -Young trailers: a story of early Kentucky. N. Y., Appleton, 1907. - A179y Badcock, Mrs. Winifred (Eaton; Onoto Watanna, pseud.): Honorable Miss Moonlight. N. Y. and Lond., Harper, 1912. B14h Begbie, Harold: Ordinary man and the extraordinary thing, Lond., N. Y., and Toronto, Hadder, n. d. B393o Brown, Abbie Farwell: Christmas angel: Bost. and N. Y., Houghton, 1910. +B8106c Canfield, Dorothy: Squirrel-cage: N. Y., Holt, 1912. C1622s Davis, Richard Harding: Red Cross girl. N. Y., Scribner, 1912. D2974r De Morgan, William Frend: Likely story. N. Y., Holt, 1911. D39971 Herrick, Robert: Web of life. N. Y., Macmillan, 1908. H4346s Jordan, Humphrey Robertson: Joyous wayfarer. N. Y. and London, Putnam, 1912. J7624j Kernahan, Mrs. Coulson: Hired girl. Lond., G. Bell, n. d. K459h Kester, Vaughan: Fortunes of the Landrays. Indianapolis. BobbsMerrill, c1912. K489f Le Queux, William: As we forgive them. Lond., Melbourne and Toronto, Ward, 1912. L5596a Lynde, Francis: Scientific Sprague. N. Y., Scribner, 1912. L992s Masefield, John: Street of to-day. N. Y., Dutton, c1911. M38st

Page  115 WORKS IN THE FILIPINIANA DIVISION 115 Miller, Alice (Duer; Mrs. Henry WVise Miller): Blue arch. N. Y., Scribner, 1910. M6119b Morris, William: Story of the glittering plain which has been also called the land of living men or the acre of the undying. Lond., and Bombay, Longmans, 1905. M8346st Monroe, Kirk: White conquerors: a tale of Toltec and Aztec. N. Y., Scribner, 1910. M9267w Newbolt, Henry: Taken from the enemy. Lond., Lippincott, 1911. N427t Page, Gertrude: Rhodesian. Lond., Hurst and Blackett, 1912. P1426r Porter, Gene Stratton: Harvester. N. Y., Doubleday, 1912. P833h Powers, Thomas J.: Garden of the sun: a novel. Bost., Small, c1911. P875g Randolph, Mrs. Evelyn S. Leger (Savile; Evelyn St. Ledger, pseud.): Shape of the world. N. Y. and Lond., Putnam, 1912. R1598s Reynolds, Mrs. Fred: Gifted name. Lond. N. Y. and Toronto, Hodder & Stoughton, n. d. R334g Schwartz, Julia Augusta: Bea trice Leigh at college: a story for girls. Phila., Penn. Pub. Co., 1910. +Sch951b Smith, Francis Hopkinson: Armchair at the inn. N. Y., Scribner, 1912. Sm56a Smith, Horace Herbert: Captain unafraid: the strange adventures of Dynamite Johnny O'Brien as set down by Horace Smith. N. Y., and Lond., Harper, 1912. Sm586c Thurston, Ernest Temple: Thirteen. Lond., Chapman & Hall, 1912. T4274t Vernede, R. E.: Quietness of Dick. N. Y., Holt, 1911. V5949q White Stewart Edward: Sign at six. Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill, c1912. W5856s Whitechurch, Victor L.: Off the main road: a village comedy. N. Y., Baker & Tailor n. d. W58692o Wiggin, Mrs. Kate Douglas (Smith; Mrs. George Christopher Riggs): Penelope's progress; being such extracts from commonplace book of Penelope Hamilton as relate to her experiences in Scotland. Sequel to Penelope's English experiences and followed by Penelope's Irish experiences. Bost. and N. Y., Houghton, c1898. W639pe LIST OF WORKS IN THE FILIPINIANA DIVISION RELATING TO THE STUDY OF THE BIBLIOGRAPHY OF THE PHILIPPINE ISLANDS. PART VI i UTn gran folleto. In "La Independencia", Aug. 29, 1899. Un libro nuevo. Hacienda publica de Espafia por D. Manuel W lls y Merino. In "La Espaia )riantal", Feb. 24, 1890.!n sabio filipinologo. Doctor Ad if Bernhard Meyer. In "Renacim nnto Filipino", Dec. 28, 1910. iIgnited States Government: v(i gue of the library of the. Senate. Wash., Govt. Prtg. ()1 l, 1908. tUnited States Government: Catalogue of the public documents of the Govt. of U. S., 54th cong., 1st sess., Wash., Govt. Prtg. Office, 1898; id., 2d sess., id., 1899; id., 55th cong., id., 1901; id., 56th cong., id., 1903; id., 57th cong., id., 1905; id., 58th cong., id., 1908; id., 59th cong., id., 1910. t --- Check list of U. S. public documents, 1789-1909. (Cong'l., to close of 60th cong.; departmental, to end of calendar year, 1909). Ed. 3, vol. 1. Wash., Govt. Prtg. Office, 1911.

Page  116 116 WORKS IN THE FILIPINIANA DIVISION tUnited States Government: 'Index to subjects of documents and reports. 55th cong., 2d sess., Wash., Govt. Prtg. Office, 1899; id., 3d sess., id., 1900; id., 56th cong., 1st sess., id., 1901; id., 2d sess., id., 1902; 57th cong., 1st sess., id., 1903; id., 2d sess., id., 1903; 58th cong., 1st and 2d sess., id., 1905; id., 3d sess., 1905; id., 59th cong., 1st sess., id., 1907; id., 2d sess., id., 1908; id., 60th cong., 1st sess., 1909; id., 2d sess., id., 1910; id., 61th cong., 2d sess., id., 1911. See also "Index to Monthly catalogue United States Public Documents." Velinchon, Julian: Relaci6n nominal de los religiosos que han venido A esta provincia del Santisimo Rosario, desde su fundacion en 1587 hasta el presente aio de 1857. Manila, Sto. Tomas, 1857. 122 p. 22 cm. Venegas, Francisco: Algunas notas y consideraciones al capitulo VIII de la obra de Morga anotada por el Dr. Rizal. In "Renacimiento Filipino", nos. 39 and 42 Apr. 28 and May 14, 1911. Veyra, Jayme C. de: 4Hubo elefantes en Filipinas? In "Cultura Filipina", Manila, no. 11, Feb., 1912. Limasawa. In "Biblioteca Nacional Filipina", Manila, no. 13, Oct., 1909. Tandaya o kandaya. Manila, Imp. de "Cultura Filipina", 1912. 48 p. 23.5 cm. Vidal y Soler, Domingo: La Flora Filipina Agustiniana. Estudio Botanico. El R. P. Fr. Andres Naves. In "El Oriente", Manila, Mar. 4, 11, 18, 25, 1877. Vidal y Soler, Sebastian: Lista de algunas obras y articulos importantes referentes a los paises del Extremo Oriente. In "Memoria sobre el ramo de montes en las Islas Filipinas", Madrid, Imp. Est. y Galv. de Aribau y Cia. (Sucesores de Rivadeneyra), 1874, Appendix 6 pp. 235-450. I Villanueva, Pura: Rizal y la mu jer filipina. In "La Democracia', Jan. 8, 1907. Vindel, P.: Biblioteca Orientai Comprende 2,747 obras relativas a Filipinas, Japon, China y otras partes de Asia y Oceania. Con comentarios y 96 reproducciones en facsimil. Madrid, Imp. de la sucesora de M. M. de los Rios, 1912. 252 p. 18.5 cm. t In Public Documents Division. Catalogo de algunos libros antiguos que se hallan de venta en la Libreria de... Madrid, Libreria de P. Vindel, 1894. 151+176 p. 19.5 cm. Catalogo de la Libreria de.. Madrid, Libreria de P. Vindel, 1896. 211 p., 1 1. 18.5 cm. -..- Catalogo sistematico e ilustrado de la Biblioteca Filipina: grandes publicaciones; jurisprudencia y legislaci6n; agricultura; industria; comercio; ciencias; artes y letras; materias varias; politica. Madrid, Libreria de P. Vindel, 1904. 444 p. 19.5 cm. Walls y Merino, Manuel (pseud., Emmanuele): Notas bibliograficas Madrid, 1892. In "La Politica de Espaia en Filipinas", vol. 2. Wenckstern, Fr. von: A bibliography of the Japanese empire. Being a classified list of all books, essays and maps in European languages relating to Dai Niho.n [Great Japan], to which is added a facsimile-reprint of: Leon Pages, Bibliographie Japonaise depuis le XV' si6cle jusqu'a 1859. Leiden, 1895 -97. 2 vols. 24 cm. Xeres y Burgos, Manuel: Rizal de nifio. In "La Republica Filipina", Dec. 30, 1898. Yamzon, Victoriano: Valeriano Hernandez's "Nena at Neneng". In "The College Folio", Dec., 1910. Yriarte, Manuel; and Miranda, Manuel: Reports of Bureau of Archives. In "Reports of the Philippine Commission", Wash., Govt. Printing Office, 1902-1906.

Page  117 THE GOVERNMENT OF THE PHILIPPINE ISLANDS DEPARTMIENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION PHILIPPINE LIBRARY BULLETIN OF THE PHILIPPINE LIBRARY MEansila VOLUME I APRIL, 1913 NUMBER 8 CONTENTS MEMORIAL COLLECTIONS IN THE CIRCULATING DIVISION (AMERICAN CIRCULATING LIBRARY) DUPLICATES IN THE FILIPINIANA DIVISION OFFERED FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE READING LIST OF BOOKS AND PERIODICAL TITLES ON GREECE, TURKEY, AND THE BALKANS - - -- RECENT ACCESSIONS - - LIST OF WORKS IN THE FILIPINIANA DIVISION RELATING TO THE STUDY OF THE LINGUISTICS OF THE PHILIPPINE ISLANDS. PART I - - - - - - 119 121 123 125 138 MANILA BUREAU OF PRINTING 1913 117685

Page  118 PHILIPPINE LIBRARY BOARD Ex officio: NEWTON W. GILBERT, Secretary of Public Instruction DEAN C. WORCESTER, Secretary of the Interior GREGORIO ARANETA, Secretary of Finance and Justice Appointive: GRANT T. TRENT, Justice of the Supreme Court LAWRENCE E. GRIFFIN, Associate Professor of Zoblogy, and Dean, College of Liberal Arts, University of the Philippines Secretary: MCQUEEN S. WIGHTMAN. PHILIPPINE LIBRARY OFFICIERS JAMES A. ROBERTSON, Librarian SYRENA MCKEE, Chief Cataloguer BESSIE A. DWYER, Chief, Circulating Division (American Circulating Library) MANUEL ARTIGAS Y CUERVA, Curator, Filipiniana Division 118

Page  119 BULLETIN OF THE PHILIPPINE LIBRARY Vubliibtb monttblp tp tit f bilippine t ibrarp Manila, V. 3. VOL. I APRIL, 1913 No. 8 The library is open daily in its various divisions as follows: Circulating Division (American Circulating Library), 8 a. m. to 9 p. m. Periodical Division, 8 a. m. to 9 p. m. Filipiniana Division, 7.30 a. m. to 4.30 p. m., Monday to Friday; 7.30 a. m. to 12.30 p. m., Saturday. Public Documents Division, 8 a. m. to 5 p. m., Monday to Friday; 8 a. m. to 1 p. m., Saturday. Scientific Division (Bureau of Science), 7.30 a. in. to 9 p. m., Monday to Friday; 7.30 a. m. to 5 p. m. Saturday; 9 a. m. to 12 noon Sundays and holidays. Law Division (Supreme Court), 8 a. m. to 12.30 p. m., Monday to Friday; 8 a. m. to 1 p. m. Saturday. A fee of five pesos per annum or fifty centavos per month is charged for the privilege of drawing books from the Circulating Division (American Circulating Library). The privileges of the periodical and reference rooms are free to all. Books of the Filipiniana and Public Documents divisions may be consulted free in the library. If sufficient notice be given before the hour for closing the two latter divisions, books will be reserved for readers at the charging desk of the Circulating Division (American Circulating. Library). THE MEMORIAL COLLECTIONS OF THE CIRCULATING DIVISION (AMERICAN CIRCULATING LIBRARY) By Bessie A. Dwyer In the stirring days of 1900 an American army woman, Mrs. Charles R. Greenleaf, feeling the need of a library in Manila, and wishing to commemorate the deeds of the soldiers and sailors of the United States Army and Navy who fell in battle in the Orient-or died the harder death of peace-with the interest and financial assistance of some of her countrywomen and aided by her husband, Gen. Charles R. Greenleaf, and by Gen. John Miley, U. S. Army, founded the American Circulating Library of Manila. Mrs. Nelly Young Egbert was appointed Librarian, and with rare ability and unselfish devotion carried out the plan of the founders. 119

Page  120 120 MEMORIAL COLLECTIONS The ten memorial libraries or alcoves, which are now so interesting a feature of the library, were introduced in 1900. The first one presented was the Egbert Memorial. It was established to commemorate that gallant officer, Gen. Harry C. Egbert, U. S. Army, killed at the head of his troops in the battle of Malinta, March 26, 1899. His friends in his native city, Philadelphia, originated this tribute to his qualities as citizen and soldier. It contains only books pertaining to American history. Mrs. Egbert later on added her husband's set of United States Rebellion Records. For many years these books on American history represented the best open collection of their kind in what a distinguished literatus has called "our farthest frontier." The Miley Memorial was presented in memory of Gen. John Miley, who served in the Philippine Islands and died there in 1899, by his widow and friends in the United States. The books are on general subjects and convey the impression of rare literary discretion in selection. They are the best editions of choice books. The Ward Cheney Memorial is a tribute to Lieut. Ward Cheney, Fourth U. S. Infantry, who fell in action at Puerta Julian, Cavite Province, January 7, 1900, and was presented by his family. It is mainly composed of books of travel, and is a faithful reproduction of "those silent friends" read by the brilliant young officer. The Liscum Memorial was the gift of Mrs. E. H. Liscum, in memory of her husband, Gen. E. H. Liscum, U. S. Army, killed while leading the charge in the rescue of the besieged legations, July 13, 1900, at Tientsin, China. The Manila Aid Society also presented some books to this memorial. It is composed of general literature. The Guy Howard Memorial was placed to commemorate Col. Guy Howard, quartermaster, U. S. Army, son of Gen. O. O. Howard. He was killed October 22, 1899, on the Rio Grande, in the island of Luzon, Philippines. It was presented by his widow, and is of a miscellaneous character. Gen. and Mrs. Charles R. Greenleaf, U. S. Army, on their return to the United States in 1901, sent the Greenleaf Memorial to the Library in Manila, to commemorate the service of "Deceased Medical Officers, United States Army." It now stands, not only as a memorial to his comrades in the Medical Corps, but also to General Greenleaf himself, who in 1911 passed to the great beyond. This alcove is historical and especially strong in standard biography. It also contains a partial set of the Rebellion Records. Opposite to the collection a picture of General Greenleaf seems to keep guard over his generous donation. The Red Cross Society of California, the society donating the first thousand books which started the American Circulating Library, later founded a memorial alcove in memory of the members of the California regiment who had yielded up their lives in field and hospital-the California Red Cross Memorial. Informed by Mrs. Egbert of this act one of the chapters of the D. A. R., in 1901, gave the Ohio Memorial, which bears their name, in memory of

Page  121 DUPLICATES IN THE FILIPINIANA DIVISION 121 the soldiers who had joined the bivouac of the dead in the lands beyond the Pacific. This was followed, in 1902, by a gift from the Virginia D. A. R. who paid the same loving tribute to the Virginia dead. The Montana Chapter, D. A. R., interested in this patriotic work by Maj. George P. Ahern, U. S. Army, one of the original library trustees, presented an alcove in memory of the dead of the Montana volunteers. These four memorials are catholic in character inasmuch as they cover many divisions of human knowledge and represent what is best in literature upon specific subjects. All these gifts are marked by tablets of bronze or brass. To them have been added a bookplate for the Ohio Alcove, designed by Mrs. RathMerrill, an Ohio D. A. R.; a bookplate given to the Egbert Memorial by Mrs. Herman Hall; framed copies of each plate; oil portraits of Generals Liscum and Egbert, presented by Mr. George C. Sellner, a member of the former Library Board; a crayon portrait of Mrs. L. M. Maus, formerly a member of the board, presented by Col. L. M. Maus, U. S. Army; and large photographs of Colonel Howard, General and Mrs. Greenleaf, and General Egbert. If, as Disraeli, the premier of Great Britain, said: "A book may be as great a thing as a battle," then the dynamic force which was located in Manila to be released through the influence of these books, ranging over the gamut of human activities, has far transcended the power et vie et armis. Upon them, as a corner stone, was erected the Circulating Library, which has passed into the Philippine Library and which bids fair to become to future generations the Philippine National Library. Let tribute be paid where it belongs. It belongs to American women. Bereaved, war shaken, and wrung, they stretched forth generous hands. The Philippine Government has kept these memorials apart, segregated, and individualized in the Library. They are given the post of honor in the watch and ward of the books over the minds of men and women of all races who seek their counsel. DUPLICATES IN THE FILIPINIANA DIVISION OFFERED FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE Fite, Vital: Las desdichas de la Francia, Benito: De canla y nipa Patria. Politicos y frailes. Nues- (materiales ligeros) Manila, Ramitra decadencia. Insurrecciones de rez, 1893. 229 p. 22 cm. Cuba y Filipinas. Guerra y cen- Garcia, Alcocer: Martin: Carta sura militar. Perdidas y responsa- pastoral sobre a unidad cat6lica. bilidades. Exposiciones a S. M. la Manila, Colegio de Sto. Tomas, 1902. Reina Regente. Patriotismo. g Nuestra regeneraci6n. Programa de Gobierno. Madrid, Rojas, 1899. Garcia, Lopez; Rafael: Manual 261 p. 26 cm. te6rico-practico para el cultivo y be117685 —2

Page  122 122 DUPLICATES IN THE FILIPINIANA DIVISION neficio del tabaco. Madrid, Moliner, 1875. 129 p. 19 cm. Origen e historia del Jardin Botanico y de la Escuela de Agricultura de Filipinas. Madrid, Yniezta, 1872. 50 p. 22.5 cm. Garcia R. Navacerrada, Jose Maria: Discurso pronunciado en la apertura anual de los estudios de la Universidad de Manila el dia 2 de Julio de 1879. Manila, Colegio de Sto. Tomas, 1879. 39 p. 22 cm. Garin y Sociats, Arturo: Cavite, Subig y Olongapo. Manila, Ramirez, 1891. 176 p. 21 cm. General Orders No. 40, Office of the U. S. Military Governor in the Philippine Islands, Manila, P. I., March 20, 1900. Municipal Government (English and Spanish). Geis Gotzens, Gines: Una epizootia en Filipinas. Publicada de orden de la Direcci6n general de Administraci6n Civil. M a n i 1 a, Chofre. 44 p. 21.5 cm. Giraudier, Baltazar: Expedici6n a Jolo. 1876. Bocetos del Cronista del Diario de Manila. 65 p. 54 cm. Los frailes de Filipinas. Reimpreso. Guadalupe. Asilo de huerfanos, 1888. 16 p. 23 cm. Goddard, Leonard S.: The agricultural resources and commercial importance of Albay province, Philippine Islands. Manila. Bureau of Printing, 1910. 8 p. 23.5 cm. Gonzalez Fernandez, Ramon: Manual del viajero en Filipinas. Manila, Sto. Tomas, 1875. 478 p. 21 cm. Govantes, Felipe M. de: Compendio de la Historia de Filipinas. Manila, Colegio de Sto. Tomas, 1877. xviii, 534 p, cxcviii, (6) p. 20 cm. Griffin, Appleton Prentiss Clark: Library of Congress. List of works relating to the American occupation of the Philippine Islands. 1898 -1903. Reprinted from the list of Books (with references to periodicals) on the Philippine Islands, 1903 with some additions to 1905. Wash., Gov. Printing Office. 100 p. 25.5 cm. Griffin, Appleton Prentiss Clark: Library of Congress. Division of Bibliography. List of books (with reference to periodicals) relating to the theory of colonization, Government Dependencies, protectorates, and related topics. 131 p. 23 cm. Grifol y Aliaga, Daniel: La Instrucci6n Primaria en Filipinas. Compilaci6n de lo legislado sobre este ramo, comentada, anotada y concordada. Manila, Chofre, 1894. 445 p. 23.56 m. Groizard, Pedro, and Chapuli Navarro, Antonio: Ellas y Ellos. Colecci6n de semblanzas y bocetos. Manila, "La Oceania Espaiola", 1884. 110 p. Guia de Forasteros en Filipinas, para el aio de 1859. Manila, Amigos del Pais, 439 p., with 1 map. 18 cm. Guia Oficial de Filipinas. 1884. Manila, Ramirez y Giraudier, 1884. 19.5 cm. -- 1885. Manila, Ramirez y Giraudier, 1884. 893 p. 20 cm.. — 1886. Manila, Ramirez y Giraudier, 1885. 904 p. 19 cm. - 1891. Manila, Chofre, 1891. 429, 314, 191, 16, 10 p. 23 cm. ---- 1892. Manila, Chofre, 1892. 775 p., 176, xlviii, 17, 64 p. 21 cm. Guia Oficial de las Islas Filipinas para 1895. Publicada por la Secretaria del Gobierno General. Manila, Chofre, 1895. 844, 335, 24 p. 20 cm. 1898. Publicada por la Secretaria del Gobierno General. Manila, Chofre, 1898. 1144, 64, 101, p. 20 cm. Gilbert, Newton W.: Ninth annual report of the Secretary of Public Instruction for the Philippine Islands, for the fiscal year ended June 30, 1910. Manila, Bureau of Printing, 1910. 28 p.

Page  123 GREECE, TURKEY, AND THE BALKANS 123 READING LIST OF BOOKS AND PERIODICAL TITLES ON GREECE, TURKEY, AND THE BALKANS GREECE Allinson, F. G., and Allinson, A. C. E.: Greek lands and letters. N. Y., 1909. 914.95A155 Anderson, R. E.: Story of extinct civilization of the East. N. Y., 1908. 901An23 Baedeker, K.: Greece. Leipzig, 1909. 914.95B144g Baikie, J.: The sea-kings of Crete. Lond., 1910. 939.1B149 Davidson, T.: The Education of the Greek people. N. Y., 1898. 370D284 Dickinson, G. L.: The Greek view of life. Lond., 1904. 938D56 Fairbanks, A.: Greek religion. N. Y., c1910. 292F151 Foord, E.: The Byzantine empire. Lond., 1911. 949.5F74 Fyffe, C. A.: History of Greece. N. Y., 1886. 938F991 Grote, G.: History of Greece. 4 vols. N. Y., n. d. 938G915 Guide to the Eastern Mediterranean, including Greece and the Gr e ek Islands, Constantinople, Smyrna, Ephesus, etc. Lond., 1904. 914.96M228 Holmes, E. B.: The Burton Holmes lectures. Vol. 3. Rose, N. Y., 1905. 910H735b Macmillan's Guide to Greece, etc. Lond., 1908. 914.95M228 Mahaffy, J. P.: Old Greek life. N. Y., 1879. 938M277o Morris, C.: Historical tales. Phila., 1896. 938M831 Olin, S.: Greece and the golden horn. N. Y., 1854. 914.95013 Oman, C. W. C.: History of Greece. N. Y., 1898. 9380ml Richardson, R. B.: Vacation days in Greece. N. Y., 1903. 914.95R395 Rose, W. K.: With the Greeks in Thessaly. Bost., 1898. 949.5R72 Symonds, J. A.: Sketches and studies in Italy and Greece. 2 vols. Lond., 1898. 914.5Sy67s Tozer, H. F.: Islands of the Aegean. Oxford, 1910. 914.99T669 TURKEY Bell, G. L.: Amurath to Amurath. N. Y., 1911. 915.6B41 Crawford, F. M.: Constantinople. N. Y., 1895. 914.96C856 Garnett, L. M. J.: Turkish life in town and country. Lond., 1908. 914.96G18t Grosvenor, E. A.: Constantinople. 2 vols. Bost., 1895. 914.96G914 Kinglake, A. W.: Invasion of the Crimea. N. Y. and Lond., 1899. 947.7K592 Locher, A.: With star and crescent. Phila., 1890. 915L796 Monroe, W. S.: Turkey and the Turks. Lond., 1908. 914.96M757 Poole, S. L.: Story of the Barbary corsairs. N. Y., 1896. 961P788 -- The story of Turkey. N. Y., 1889. 949.6P788 Ramsay, W. M.: Impressions of Turkey. N. Y., 1897. 915.6R148 Steevens, G. W.: With the conquering Turk. N. Y., 1897. 949.5St32 Tolstoi, L.: Sebastopol. N. Y., 1887. 947T588 Turkish literature. Lond., c1901. 894T84 Waters, Mrs. C. E. C.: Constantinople. Bost., c1895. 914.96W315c

Page  124 124 GREECE, TURKEY, AND THE BALKANS THE BALKANS Fraser, J. F.: Pictures from the Balkans. Lond., 1906. 914.96F86 Lazarovich-Hrebelianovich, Princess E. H. (Calhoun), and Lazarovich-Hrebelianovich Prince: The Servian people. 2 vols. N. Y., 1910. 949.7L456 Miller, W.: The Balkans. N. Y., 1896. 949.7M619 Miyatovic, C.: Servia and the Servians. Bost., 1908. 919.97M58s Whitman, S.: Reminiscences of the King of Roumania. N. Y., 1899. 921C3814 PERIODICAL ARTICIES Baikie, J.: Sea-kings of Crete. In "National Geographic Magazine," Jan., 1912. pp. 1-25. Barry, R.: The Turk. In "Harper's Weekly," Mar. 30, 1912. pp. 16, 17. Chester, C. M.: The Young Turk. In "National Geographic Magazine." pp. 43-89. Cobb, S.: Difficulties of the Young Turk party. In "North American Review," Jan., 1912. pp. 103-107. Dillon, E. J.: Break-down of Turkey. In "Living Age," Mar. 9, 1912. pp. 601-610. Failure of Russia's effort to stop the war. In "Contemporary Review," Apr., 1912. pp. 574-579. Ellis, W. T.: "The Great game" back of the war between Italy and Turkey. In "Lippincott's," Mar., 1912. pp. 378-384. H.: Sadi Pasha. In "Fortnightly Review," Feb., 1912. pp. 347-354. House, J. H.: Fall of the Young Turkish party in Turkey. In "Collier's," Sept. 7, 1912. p. 38. Knell of the triple alliance. In "Fortnightly Review," Nov., 1911. pp. 803-811. Meaning of the elections in Turkey. In "Review of Reviews," June, 1912. pp. 750, 751. Ottoman press on the political changes in Turkey. In "Review of Reviews," Sept., 1912. pp. 369, 370. Pears, E.: Situation in Turkey. In "Living Age," July 13, 1912. pp. 67-78. Powell, E. A.: Flag of the prophet. In "Collier's," Jan. 13, 1912. pp. 15, 16. Real meaning of the Turco-Italian War. In "Review of Reviews," Feb., 1912. pp. 223-225. Rihani, Ameen: The Crisis of Islam. In "Forum," May, 1912. pp. 562-576. Sloam, W. H.: Turkey in Europe. In "Political Science Quarterly," Dec., 1911. pp. 676-696, and Sept., 1912, pp. 488-510. Turkey in trouble: Turkish heritage. In "Outlook," Aug. 17, 1912. Turkey under the Constitution. In "Quarterly Review," Jan., 1912. pp. 202-223. Will the Dardanelles be opened? In "Review of Reviews," Sept., 1912. p. 283. Woods, H. C.: Internal situation in Turkey and the effect of the war upon it. In "Fortnightly Review," Feb., 1912. pp. 334-346. Woods, H. C.: The situation in Albania and in Macedonia. In "Fortnightly Review," May, 1912. pp. 912-925.

Page  125 RECENT ACCESSIONS 125 RECENT ACCESSIONS HISTORY (INCLUDING POLITICAL ECONOMY, TRAVEL AND DESCRIPTION, GEOGRAPHY, ETC. Adams, Charles Francis: Studies military and diplomatic. 1775 -1865. N. Y., Macmillan, 1911. 424 p. 973Adl7 Allen, Gardner Weld: Our navy and the Barbary corsairs. Bost., Houghton, 1900. xiii, 354 p. 973.4A153 Avilliers, Ch., baron d': Spain; illustrated by Gustave Dore, tr. by J. Thomson. Lond., Bickers, 1881. xiii, 520 p. R914.6Av55 Bacon, Alice Mabel: Japanese girls and women. Bost., Houghton, c1902. xi, 478 p. (Riverside Liby. for young folks.) 396B131 Batcheller, Tryphora B a t e s: Glimpses of Italian court life. N. Y., Doubleday, 1906. xix, 464 p. 914.5B314 Bates, Lindon Wallace, jr.: Russian road to China. Bost., 1900. ix, 391 p. 915.7B319 Belloc, Joseph Hilaire Pierre: Historic Thames. Lond., Dent; N. Y., Dutton, 1907. vii, 223 p. 914.22B418 Bensusan, Samuel Lary: Home life in Spain. N. Y., Macmillan, 1900. xi, 317 p. 914.6B442 Berry, Robert M.: Germany and and the Germans. Lond., Pitman, 1910. vii, 278 p. 914.3B45 Blunt, James Henderson: American occupation of the Philippines, 1898-1912. N. Y., Putnam, 1912. xxi, 664 p. 991.4B623 Bolton, Charles Knowles: Scotch and Irish pioneers in Ulster and America. Bost., Bacon, 1910. x, 398 p. 973B63 Boys, Henry Scott: Some notes on Java and its administration by the Dutch. Allahabad, Pioneer l'ress. 1892. v, 92 p. 919.2B713 Brown, David Walter: Commercial power of Congress considered in the light of its origin. N. Y., Putnam, 1910. ix, 284 p. 351.8B812 Bryce, James: South America: observations and impressions. N. Y. Macmillan, 1912. xiv, 611 p. 918B843 Buckle, Henry Thomas: History of civilization in England. N. Y., and Lond. Appleton, 1910. 2 vols. 901B8551 Cabaton, Antoine: Java, Sumatra, and the other islands of the Dutch East Indies. Lond., Unwin, 1911. xvi, 372 p. 919.2C11 Callejo, Agapito Gonzalez: Programa razonado de las asignaturas que se exigen para el ingreso en el cuerpo pericial de aduanas. Madrid, Sanz, 1886. 687 p. 375C13 Callendar, Guy Stevens: Selections from the economic history of the U. S., 1765-1860. Bost., Ginn, c1909. xviii, 819 p. 330.9C13 Cape, C. Phillips: Benares. the stronghold of Hinduism. Lond., Culley, n. d. 262 p. 915.4c17 Carver, Thomas Nixon, Comp.: Sociology and social p r o g r e s s. Bost., Ginn., c1905. vi, 810 p. 309C257 Cohen, Joseph E.: Socialism for students. Chic., Kerr, 1912. 153 p. 335C66 Colvin, Verplanch: Seventh annual report of the progress of the topographical survey of the Adirondack region of New York to the year 1879. Ed. 2, Albany, Weed, 1880. 536 p. 917.475C724 Copping, Arthur E.: Canada, today and to-morrow. Lond., Cassell, 1911. xiii, 263 p. 917.1C795 Currier, Charles Warren: Land of the southern cross: A visit to

Page  126 126 RECENT ACCESSIONS South America. Wash., S p a n. - Amer. Pub. Soc., 1911. 401 p. 918C936 Curtis, William Elroy: Around the Black Sea. N. Y., Hodder, c1911. 456 p. 914.7C947a Turkestan: "the heart of Asia." N. Y., Hodder, c1911. 344 p. 915.6C947 De los Rios, Jose Amador; and De la Rada y Delgado, Juan de Dios: Historia de la Villa y Corte de Madrid. Madrid, Terra de Mena, 1861. 2 vols. R946.4D384 Del Mar, Walter: Around the world through Japan. N. Y., Macmillan, 1902. xvii, 435 p. 910D382 Denieng, Horace Edward: Government of American cities. N. Y. and Lond., Putnam, 1909. ix, 323 p. 352D39 Draper, Lyman Copeland: King's mountain and its Heroes. Cinn., Thompson, 1881. 973.3D793 Dunant, Henry: Origin of the red cross. Tr. from the Fr. by Mrs. D. H. Wright. Phila., Winston, 1911. xi, 90 p. 361D91 Duychinck, Evert A.: Vidas y retratos de los presidentes de los Estados Unidos desde Washington hasta Johnson. Versi6n Castellana por I. G. Grediaga. N. Y., Johnson, Fry y Cia., c1867. 230 p. 920D596 Eager, M.: Six years at the Russian court. N. Y., Bowman, 1906. xli, 283 p. 914.7E32 Elliot, Sir Charles: Letters from the Far East. Lond., E. Arnold, 1907. 188 p. 915E144 Fess, Simeon Daudson: History of political theory and party organization in the U. S. Bost., Ginn, 1910. vi, 451 p. 320.9F42 Fiske, John: War of Independence. Bost., Houghton, c1894. iv, 193 p. 973.3F547w2 Fitchett, William Henry: How England saved Europe; the story of the great war, 1793-1815. N. Y., Scribner, 1899-1900. 4 vols. 940.8F55 Fitzgerald, Sybil: In the track of the Moors. Lond., Dent; N. Y., Dutton, 1905. x, 204 p. 914.6F576 Forsyth, Robert Coventry, comp. and ed.: Shantung, the sacred province of China. Shanghai, Christian Lit. Soc., 1912. liii, 427 p. 915. 1F775 Fraser, Lovat: India under Curzon and after. N. Y., Holt, 1911. ix, 495 p. 915.4F863 Fuld, Leonhard Felix: Police administration: a critical study of police organizations in the U. S. and abroad. N. Y., Putnam, 1910. xix, 551 p. 352.2F956 Garlanda, Federico: New Italy. N. Y. and Lond., Putnam, 1911. xiv, 406 p. 914.5G184 Gaunt, Mary: Alone in West Africa. N. Y., Scribner; Lond., Laurie, (1912). xix, 404 p. 916.6G23 Gibbons, Edward: History of the decline and fall of the Roman empire. Lond., Bell, 1890-99. 7 vols. (Bohns's libraries.) 937G3525 Gomez de Arteche, Jose: Nieblas de la historia patria. Ed. 2. Barcelona (Fidel Giro), 1888. 439 p. 946G586 Goodrich, Joseph King: Coming China. Chic., McClurg, 1911. xx, 298 p. 915.1G625 Gross, Hans: Criminal psychology. Bost., Little, 1911. xx, 514 p. (Modern criminal science series.) 364G914 Hart, Albert Bushnell: Manual of American history, diplomacy, and government; for class use: Cambridge, Harv. Univ., 1908. xvi, 554 p. R320.7H251 Heard, Isaac V. D.: History of the Sioux war and massacres of 1862 and 1863. N. Y., Harper, 1864. x, 354 p. 970.1H352 Hearn, Lafcadio: Kotto: being Japanese curios, with sundry cobwebs. N. Y., Macmillan, 1902. vii, 251 p. 915.2H351ko

Page  127 RECENT ACCESSIONS 127 H e a r n, Lafcadio: Kwaidan: stories and studies of strange things. Bost., Houghton, 1904. 240 p. 915.2H351k Herbert, George B.: Popular history of the civil war in America. Lupton, c1884. xx, 552 p. 973.7H414 Hedin, Sven Anders: Overland to India. Lond., Macmillan, 1910. 2 vols. 915.5H358 Hodgkin, Thomas: Italy and her invaders. Ed. 2. Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1902-1909. 9 vols. 945H66 Hodgson, Francis C o t t e r e: Venice in thirteenth and fourteenth centuries. Lond., Allen, 1910. xiii, 648 p. 945.3H668 Holdich, Sir Thomas Hungerford: Gates of India. Lond., Macmillan, 1910. xv, 555 p. 915.4H712g Howe, Frederic Clemson: Wisconsin an experiment in democracy. N. Y., Scribner, 1912. xii, 202 p. 320.9H839 Hume, John F.: Abolitionist: together with personal memories of the struggle for human rights, 1830 -1864. N. Y. and Lond., Putnam, 1905. vi, 224 p. 973.71H882 Jenkins, Stephen: Greatest street in the world: the story of Broadway, old and new. N. Y. and Lond., Putnam, 1912. xxii, 509 p. 917.47J419 Johnston, Reginald Fleming: Lion and dragon in Northern China. N. Y., Dutton, 1910. xiv, 461 p. 915.1J647 Keenan, Henry F.: Conflict with Spain. Phila. and Chic., Ziegler, c1898. xvi, 623 p. 973.8K25 Kemp, Miss E. G.: Face of China. N. Y., Duffield & Co., 1909. 276 p. 915.1k32 Knight, E. E. F.: Cruise of the "Falcon" a voyage to South America in a 30-ton patch., Lond., N. Y., etc., Longman, 1906. vi, 366 p. 918K74 Krausse, Alexis: China in decay. Lond., Chapman and Hall, 1898. 400 p. 915.1K868 La Fuente, Vicente de: Historia de las sociedades secretas antiguas y modernas en Espafia, y especialmente de la Franc. Masoneria, Lugo Soto Freirie, 1871. 3 vols. R366L13 Ladd, George Trumbull: Rare days in Japan. N. Y., Dodd, 1910. xiv, 321 p. 915.2L12 Laso de la Vega; and others: Instrucci6n para el pueblo: cien tratados sobre los conocimientos indispensables. Madrid, Mellado, 1863. 2 vols. R370L33 Lecky, William Edward Hartpole: History of England in the eighteenth century. Lond., Longman, 1883 -1890. 942.07L495 Letters from a Chinese official: being an Eastern view of Western civilization. N. Y., McClure, Phillips and Co., 1904. 75 p. 9011561 Liddell, T. Hodgson.: China: its marvel and mystery. Lond., George Allen and Sons, 1909. 203 p. 915.1L619 Lossing, Benson John: Story of the U. S. navy, for boys. N. Y., Harper, 1861. viii, 418 p. +359L899 Mahaffy, John Pentland: What have the Greeks done for modern civilization? Lowell lectures for 1908-09. N. Y., and Lond., Putnam, 1910. xi, 263 p. 901M27 Markham, Clements Robert: Travels in Peru and India while superintending the collection of chinchona plants and seeds in South America. Lond., Murray, 1862. xvii, 572 p. 910M34 Martin, Percy Falcke: Peru of the twentieth century. Lond., Arnold, 1911. xx, 348 p. 918.5M363 Masterman, J. Howard B.: History of the British constitution. Lond., Macmillan, 1912. xii, 291 p. 342.42X39 Merrick, George Byron: Old times on the upper Mississippi. Cleveland, Clark, 1909. 323 p. 917.7M55

Page  128 128 RECENT ACCESSIONS Montalto de Jesus, C. A.: Historic Macao. Hongkong, Kelly, 1902. vi, 358 p. 951M76 Morris, J.: Advance Japan: a nation thoroughly in e a r n e st. Lond., Allen, 1895. xix, 443 p. 915.2M832a Mozans, H. J. (pseud.): Following the conquistadores up the Orinoco and down the Magdalena. N. Y. and Lond., Appleton, 1910. xiii, 439 p. 918M77w Nakada, M.: City of Yokohama, past and present. Yokohama, Yok. Pub. Office, 1908. 143 p. 915.2N146 Noll, Arthur Howard: Short history of Mexico. Chic., McClurg, 1905. xi, 317 p. 972N72 Norman, Sir Henry: Peoples and politics of the Far East. Lond., Unwin, 1907. xvi, 608 p. 915N78p2 Oberholtzer, Ellis Paxson: Referendum in America: together with some chapters on the initiative and the recall; new ed. with suppl. covering the years from 1900 to 1911. N. Y. Scribner 1912. xii, 533 p. 321.40b2 Official illustrated guide to Adelaide and environs. Pub. for corporation of Adelaide by Goodwin & Co., 1906. 216 p. 919.40f3 Okuma, Shigenobu, Count, Comp.: Fifty years of New Japan (Kairoku Gojunen shi); Eng. version by M. B. Huish. N. Y., Dutton, 1909. 2 vols. 9520k8 Palacio, Patricio: Elementos de geografia. Oviedo, F e r n a n d e z, 1865. 472 p. 372.89P171 Palmer, Abraham J.: History of the 48th reg. of N. Y. state volunteers in the war for the union. Brooklyn, Pub. by Vet. Assn. of the Reg., 1885. xvi, 314 p. 973.7P182 Patterson, Robert: Narrative of the campaign in the valley of the Shenandoah in 1861. Phila., Campbell, 1865. 194 p. 973.7P277 I i Peary, Robert Edwin: North pole. its discovery in 1909, under the auspices of the Peary Arctic Club. N. Y., Stokes, 1910. xxxii, 373 p. 919,8P3194n Petre, Francis Loraine: Napoleon's campaign in Poland, 1806-7. Lond. and N. Y., Lane, 1907. xxii, 354 p. 944.05P447 Pi y Margall, Francisco; and Pi y Arsuaga, Francisco: Historia de Espafna en el siglo XIX. Barcelona, Segui, 1902. 7 vols. in 8. R946P47 Pollard, Edward Albert: First year of the war. Richmond, West, 1862-1864. 2 vols. 973.7P761 Ransome, Stafford: Japan in transition: A comparative study of the progress, policy and methods of the Japanese since their war with China. N. Y. and Lond., Harper, 1899. xvi, 261 p. 915.2R174 Reed, Sam. Rockwell: Vicksburg campaign and the battles about Chattanooga under the command of Gen. U. S. Grant in 1862-3. Cinn., Clarke, 1882. 201 p. 973.7R252 Royce, Monroe: Passing of the American. N. Y., Whittaker, 1911. 189 p. 917.3R813 Russell, Charles Edward: Business; the heart of the nation. N. Y., Lane, 1911. 291 p. 338.8R912 Russell, Henry Benejah: Story of two wars. (with Spain and the Filipinos) Hartford, Hartford Pub. Co., 1899. xxxiv, 752 p. 973.8R913 Scott, Robert Falcon: Voyage of the "Discovery". N. Y., Scribner, Lond., Elder, 1907. 2 vols. 919.9St84 Shackelton, Sir Ernest Henry: Heart of the Antartic. Phila., Lippincott, 1909. 2 vols. 919.9Sh12 Shell, Henry Charles: British museum: its history and treasures. Bost., Page, 1911. xii, 355 p. 027.5Sh42

Page  129 RECENT ACCESSIONS 129 Shoemaker, Michael Myers: Great Siberian railway. N. Y., and Lond., 1903. viii, 243 p. 915.7Sh73 Skinner, Charles Montgomery: Myths and legends beyond our borders. Phila., and Lond., Lippincott, 1904. 319 p. 398Sk38 -- Myths and legends of flowers, trees, fruits and plants, in all ages and in all climes. Phila. and Lond., Lippincott, 1911. ix, 302 p. 398Sk38f - Myths and legends of our new possession and protectorate. Lippincott, 1902. 398Sk38p Myths and legends of our own land. Phila. and Lond., c1896. 2 vols. 398Sk38o Sladen, Douglas Brooke Wheelton: Oriental Cairo: the city of the "Arabian Nights" Phila., Lippincott, Lond., Hurst, 1911. xvi, 391 p. 916.2S112 - & Lorimer, Norma: More queer things about Japan. Lond., Treherne, 1904. xl, 484 p. 915.2S112m Small, Albion Woodbury: Meaning of social science. Chic., Chic. Univ. Press, c1910. vii, 309 p. 304Sm18 Snow, H. J.: In the forbidden seas: a recollection of.sea-otter hunting in the Kurils. Lond., Arnold, 1910. 915.2Sn61 Soule, Frank; and others: Annals of San Francisco. N. Y., Appleton, 1855. 834 p. 979.4So83 Squire, Viola Belle: Woman movement in America; a short account of the struggle for equal rights. Chic., McClurg, 1911. viii, 286 p. 396.2Sq58 Steele, Mathew Forney: American Campaigns. Wash., Adams, 1909. 2 vols. 973St322 Stevens, George T.: Three years in the sixth corps: a concise narrative of events in the army of the Potomac. N. Y. Van Nostrand, 1870. xvi, 449 p. 973.7St47 Stillman, J. D. B.: Seeking the golden fleece; a record of pioneer life in California. N. Y., Roman, 1877. 352 p. 917.94St54 Swinton, William: Campaigns of the Army of the Potomac. N. Y., Richardson, 1866. 640 p. 973.7Sw62 Thirlmore, Rowland: L e t t e r s from Catalonia and other parts of Spain. N. Y., Brentano's 1905. 2 vols. 914.6T349 Thomson, John Stuart: Chinese. Indianapolis, Bobbs Merrill, c1909. 441 p. 915.1T384 Townsend, Edward Davis: Anecdotes of the civil war in the U. S. N. Y., Appleton, 1884. xii, 287 p. 973.7T663 Uyehara, George Etsujiro: Political development of Japan, 1867 -1909. N. Y., Dutton, 1910. xxiv, 296 p. 354.52Uy3 Van Horn, Thomas B.: History of the Army of the Cumberland. Cinn., Clarke, 1876. 2 vols. 973.7V317 Van Milligen, Alexander: Constantinople. Lond., Black, 1906. ix, 282 p. 914.96V333 Van Norman, Louis Edwin: Poland: the knight among nations. N. Y., Revell, C1908. 359 p. 943.8V338 Vincent, Marvin R.: In the shadow of the Pyrenees. N. Y., Scribner, 1883. 276 p. 914.4V743 Walker, Aldace F.: Vermont brigade in Shenandoah V a 1 e y. Burlington, Free Press Ass'n. 1869. xi, 191 p. 973.7W152 Walshe, W. Gilbert: "Ways that are dark". Some chapters on Chinese etiquette and social procedure. Hongkong, Kelly, n. d. 276 p. 915.1W169 Webb, Alexander Duncan: New dictionary of statistics; a complement to the fourth ed. of Mulhall's "Dictionary of statistics." Lond., Routledge, 1911. xi, 682 p. R310.3W381

Page  130 130 RECENT ACCESSIONS Weeden, William Babcock: Economic history of New England, 1620-1789. Bost., Houghton, c1890. 2 vols. 974W417 Who's who in finance. N. Y., Joseph & Sefton, 1911. ix, 1087 p. R920W622 Williams, Elizabeth Otis: Sojourning, shopping, and studying in Paris. Chic., McClurg, 1907. viii, 185 p. 914.41W671 Worcester, Dean Conant: Philippine Islands and their people. N. Y., MacMillan, 1909. xix, 529 p. 919.4W89 Worsfold, W. Basil: South Africa: a study in colonial administration and development. Ed. 2, Lond., Methuen, 1897. xii, 308 p. 916.8W898 Young, James Rankin: Reminiscences and thrilling stories of the war by returning heroes. Chic., Monroe Book Co., c1899. 674 p. 973.8Y86 Younghusband, Sir Francis Edward: India and Tibet., Lond., Murray, 1910. xvi, 455 p. 915.4Y85 RELIGION, PHILOSOPHY, EDUCATION, ETC. Bell, Ralcy Husted: Worth of words; with an introd. chap. by Dr. W. C. Cooper. N. Y., Hinds, n. d. xxv, 307 p. 425.3B413 Bentham, Jeremy: Introduction to the principles of morals and legislation. Lond., N. Y., etc., Frowde, 1907. xxxii, 378 p. 172B445 Boyd, William: Educational theory of Jean Jacques Rousseau. Lond., Longmans, 1911. xiii, 368 p. 370.1B693 Burton, Margaret E rn e st i n a: Education of women in China. N. Y., Revell, c1911. 232 p. 376B953 Butterfield, Kenyon Leech: Country church and the rural problem: the Carew lectures. at Hartford Theol. Sem., 1909. Chic., Univ. of Chic. Press, c1911. ix, 153 p. 261B98 Carderera, Mariano: Diccionario de educaci6n y metodo de enseianza. Ed. 2. Madrid, Campuzano, 1858. 4 vols. 371.4C178 Coriat, Isador H.: Abnormal psychology. N. Y., Moffat, 1910. xi, 325 p. 130C81 Elson, Arthur: History of opera: giving an account of the rise and progress of the different schools, with a description of the master works in each. Bost., Page, c1901. 391 p. 792E178 Fontaine, Camille: Livre de lecture et de conversation. Bost., Heath, 1895. vi, 249 p 448F734 Frontaura, Carlos: Los niios: revista de educaci6n y recreo.' Ed. 2. Madrid, Administracion de los Niios, 1870-72. 5 vols. 372.2F928 Gask, Lilian: In nature's school. N. Y., Crowell, n. d. 320 p. +398G21 Gunsaulus, Frank Wakeley: Minister and the Spiritual life. N. Y., Chic., Revell, c1911. 397 p. 233.5G958 Hall, Granville Stanley: Educational problems. N. Y., and Lond., Appleton, 1911. 2 vols. 370H14 Hegel, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich: Logica de Hegel; tr. con una introd. y notas, por A. M. Fabie. Madrid, Duran, 1872. Ixiv, 445 p. 193.5H361 Heindel, Max: Rosicrucian cosmoconception; or christian o c c u t science; an elementary treatise upon man's past evolution, present constitution and future development. Ed. 2, Chic., Donahue, c1910. 542 p. 366.4H36 Hillis, Newell Dwight: Contagion of character: studies in culture and success. N. Y., Chic., Revell, c19111 332 p. 170H559

Page  131 RECENT ACCESSIONS 131 Hillis, Newell Dwight: Man's value to society: studies in selfculture and character. Chic., Revell, c1897. 327 p. 374H559 Iglesias, Fermin Hernandez: Beneficencia en Espaia. Madrid, Minuesa, 1876. 2 vols. 339Ig4 James, Montague Rhodes: More ghost stories of an antiquary. Lond., Arnold, 1912. vi, 274 p. 133.1J235 Jevons, Frank Byron: Idea of God in early religions. Lond., Cambridge Univ. Press, 1911. x, 170 p. 290J533 Klemm, Louis Richard: education in Germany and U. S. Bost., Badger, c1911. Public in the 350 p. 379K67 La Fuente, Vicente de: Historia eclesiastica de Espafia. Barcelona, Libreria Religiosa, 1855-59. 4 vols. 274.6L13 Lane, Ralph Norman Angell: Great illusions. A study of military power in nations and their economic and social advantage. N. Y. and Lond., Putnam, 1910. xvi, 388 p. 172.4L24 McClelland Thomas Calvin: Mind of Christ: an attempt to answer the question "What did Jesus Believe"? N. Y., Crowell, [1909]. ix, 210 p. 232M132 McCrea, Roswell Cheney: Humane movement: a descriptive survey prepared on the Henry Bergh foundation for the promotion of humane education in Columbia University. N. Y., Col. Univ. Press, 1910. vii, 444 p. 179M138 Murray, David A.: Christian faith and the new psychology: evolution and recent science as aids to faith. N. Y., Revell, c1911. 384 p. 230M961 Myers, Frederick William Henry: Human personality and its survival of bodily death. Abr. by L. H. Myers. N. Y., Lond., etc., 1909. xviii, 470 p. 134M992 Otto, Emil: French conversation grammar. N. Y., Holt, c1875. xii, 476 p. 4450t8 Sadler, P.: Exercices anglais, ou course de themes gradues pour servir de developpement aux regles de la grammaire anglaise pratique. Ed. 16. Paris, Trucky, 1866. viii, 588 p. 425Sal5e Grammaire pratique de la langue Anglaise; ou, Methode facile pour apprendre cette langue. Ed. 20. Paris, Trucky, 1879. xii, 420 p. 425Sal5g Saltus, Edgar: Lords of ghostland: a history of the ideal. Lond., Laurie, n. d. 215 p. 211Sa37 Stuart, Janet Erskine: Education of Catholic girls; with pref. by Abp. of Westminster. Lond., Longmans, 1911. xv, 243 p. 376St92 Villamartin, Francisco: Obras selectas con una biografia por Don Luis Vidart, y un apendice a las nociones del arte militar por Don Arturo Cotarelo. Madrid, Sucesores de Rivadeneyra, 1883. lviii, 655 p. 355.4V712 Vimercati, Vittorio: Cours de langue italienne, d'apres la methode Robertson. Ed. 4. Paris, Deracke, 1870. 2 vols. 455V725 Wells, Webster: Advanced course in Algebra. Bost., Heath, 1904. viii, 581 p. 512W463 Williams, Walter, & Martin, Frank L.: Practice of journalism: a treatise on newspaper making. Columbia, Mo., Stephens Pub. Co., 1911. 330 p. 070W676 LITERATURE Bradley, Cornelius Beach: Orations and arguments by English and American statesmen. Bost., Allyn & Bacon, c1894. v, 378 p. 825B728 Burgess, Gelett: Lady Mechante, or life as it should be: being diverse precious episodes in the life of a naughty nonpareille; a farce in filigree. N. Y., Stokes, c1909. xv, 393 p. 824B912

Page  132 132 RECENT ACCESSIONS Chinese Literature. sketches by W. Wilson. N. Y., Colonial Press, 302+149 p. (World's sics.) With biogr. Lond. and c1900. vii, Great Clas895C441 Cooper, James Fennimore: Leather-stocking tales. B o s t., [Houghton, c1898]. 5 vols. 823C786 Daudet, Alphonse: Works. Bost., Little, c1898. 20 vols. (St. Botolph ed.) 843D2644 Del Palacio, Manuel: Chispas. Madrid, Delgado, 1894. 270 p. 861D386 Dickens, Charles: Miscellaneous papers from "The Morning Chronicle," etc. Lond., Chapman & Hall, 1911. 2 vols. 828D555m Works. N. Y. Athenaeum Soc., n. d. 30 vols. 823D555 Fenelon, FranCois Salignac de la Motte' Aventures de Telemaque fils d'Ulysse.. Lyon, N. Scheuring. 1862. 288 p. 843F35 Field, Eugene: Poems of childhood. N. Y., Scribner, 1904. x, 199 p. +821F454p Franco, Juan Jose de: La discreta y la loca; relato historico del comienzo de este siglo; tr. por D. J. M. Carullo, Madrid, Perez Dubrull, 1878. 225 p. 863F84d Hebrew literature, with special introd. by E. Wilson. Rev. ed. Lond. and N. Y., Colonial Press, c1901. x, 400 p. (World's Great Classic.) 892H3543 Hillis, Newell Dwight: Great books as life-teachers: studies of character, real and ideal. Chic., N. Y., Revell, c1899. 339 p. 801H559 Hindu Literature. With biogr. sketches by E. Wilson. Rev. ed. Lond. and N. Y., Colonial Press, c1900. v, 467 p. (World's Great Classics.) 891.4H584 Juneker, James Gibbons: Egoists: a book of supermen. N. Y., Scribner, 1909.. 372 p. 824H894 Jordan, Elizabeth Garver: Lady from Oklahoma: a comedy in four acts. N. Y. and Lond., Appleton. 1911. 256 p. 822J762 Kleiser, Grenville: Great speeches and how to make them. N. Y. and Lond., Funk & Wagnalls, 1911. viii, 391 p. 825K674 Montaigne, Michel de: Works; tr. by C. Cotton; rev. by W. C. Hazlett. N. Y., Hill, 1910. 10 vols. 844M761 Paget, R. L. (pseud. of Frederick Laurence Knowles), ed.: Poetry of American wit and humor. Bost., Page, c1899. xiii, 367 p. 821P147 Persian literature. with special introd. by R. J. H. Gottheil. Rev. ed. Lond. and N. Y., Colonial Press, c1900. 2 vols. (World's Great Classics.) 891.5P43 Plutarch: Morals; tr. from the Greek by several hands, corrected and rev. by W. W. Goodwin., with an introd. by R. W. Emerson. N. Y., Athenaeum Soc., n. d. 5 vols. 888P73m Reed, Thomas Brackett, and others: Modern eloquence. N. Y., Amer. Law Bk. Co. c1903. 15 vols. R825R25 Shoemaker, Rachel Hinkle (Mrs. J. W. Shoemaker): Advanced elocution. Phila., Penn. Pub. Co., 1910. 400 p. 808.5Sh73 Thackeray, William Makepeace: Works. N. Y., Crowell, n. d. 13, vols. 824T325 Thomas, Calvin: History of German literature. N. Y., Appleton, 1909. ix, 430 p. 833T361 Valdez, Armando Palacio: La fe; novela. Madrid, N. G. Hernandez, 1892. 863V233 NATURAL HISTORY, AND USEFUL AND FINE ARTS Abbott, Charles Greeley: The sun. N. Y., and Lond., Appleton, 1911. xv, 448 p. 523.7Ab22

Page  133 RECENT ACCESSIONS 133 Addison, Mrs. Julia D e W o f (Gibbs): Classic mysths in art. Bost., Page, [1910]. x, 285 p. 709Ad25 Allen, Grant: Evolution of Italian Art. N. Y., Wessels, 1908. 368 p. 759.5A15 Allen, Mary Wood: Lo que debe saber la joven. (Tr. from the Eng. by M. M. de Monterrey.) Madrid, Bailly-Bailliere, 1910. 256 p. +613A154j Lo que debe saber la nina. (tr. from the Eng. by M. M. de Monterrey.) Madrid, Bailly-Bailliere, 1910. 187 p. +613A154n Baden-Powell, Robert Stephenson Smyth: Yarns for boy scouts told round the camp fire. Lond., Pearson, 1910. 212 p. 796.6P871 Barton, Frank Townend: Our dogs and all about them: a practical guide for everyone who keeps a dog. Bost., Dana Estes, n. d. xxi, 314 p. 636.7B285 Buffon, George Louis Leclerc, Comte de: Buffon's natural history of man, the globe, and of quadrupeds, with additions from Cuvier, Lacepede, and other eminent naturalists. N. Y., Leavitt & Allen, n. d. 2 vols. bound in one. 508B863 Burton, W.; & Hobson, R. L.: Handbook of marks on pottery and porcelain. Lond., Macmillan, 1909. x, 210 p. 738B95 Camp, Walter Chauncey: Football for the spectator: Boston, Badger, c1911. 67 p. 797C15f Castle, William Ernest; & others: Heredity and eugenics. C hic., Univ. of Chic. Press, c1912. vii, 315 p. 575.6C279 Clarke, Helen Carroll; & Rulon, Phoebe Deyo: Cook book of leftovers: a collection of 400 reliable recipes for the practical housekeeper. N. Y. and Lond., Harper, [1911]. 254 p. 641C553 Crampton, Henry Edward: Doctrine of evolution, its basis and its scope. N. Y., Columbia Univ. Tress, 1911. ix, 311 p. 575C84 I I i i iI iI I i i I i I I i i i i I i I I i I i i I I i i I I Darbishire, Arthur Duckinfield: Breeding and the Mendelian discovery. Ed. 2. Lond., N. Y., etc., Cassell, 1912. xii, 282 p. 575D241 Davenport, Isabel M.: Essentials of osteopathy: nerve centers and landmarks. Chic., Regan, c1903. 102 p. 615.82D273 Duncan, Robert Kennedy: Some chemical problems of to-day. N. Y. Harper, 1911. 254 p. 540D912 Gibson, Henry William: Camping for boys. N. Y., Ass'n Press, 1911. 294 p. 796.6G358 Girard, Mauricio: Metam6rfosis de los insectos. Paris, Hachette, 1868. 380 p. 591.65G442 Hilliar, William J.: Modern magician's handbook. Chic., Drake, c1902. 440 p. 791H559 Herrick, Christine Terhune; and Harland, Marion, ed.: Consolidated library of modern cooking and household recipes. N. Y., Kodmer, 1907. 5 vols. 641.5H435 Hind, Charles Lewis: Adventures among pictures. Lond., B lack, 1904. xxii, 302 p. 708H584 International Textbook Co. I. C. S. Reference Library. Vol. 5B. (Geometrical drawing), c1907; vol. 15 (Arithmetic), c1905; vol. 39 (Geometrical drawing), c1907; vol. 49 (Reading working drawings), c1905; vol. 50 (Working chilled iron), c1905; vol. 51 (Grinding), c1905; vol. 52 (Woodworking), c1905; vol. 53B (Machine molding), c1906; vol. 171 (Arithmetic), c1906; vol. 172 (Link mechanism), c1907; vol. 173 (Hydrostatics), c1906; vol. 174 (Valve gears), c1907. Jones, Owen; & Woodward, Marcus: Woodcraft'for scouts and others. Lond., Pearson, 1910. 156 p. 796.6171 Kerhallet, de; & others: Guide du Marin. Paris, Lacroix, 1863. 2 v. -656K455

Page  134 134 RECENT ACCESSIONS Kershaw, George Bertran de Betham: Modern methods of sewage purification. Lond., Griffin, 1911. xiii, 356 p. 614.48K474 Lahee, Henry Charles: The organ and its master. Bost., Page, c1902. 345 p. 786L139 Landrin, Armando: Mostruos marinos. Tr. from the French by A. Carralon de Larrua. Paris, Hachette, 1870. 366 p. 591.92L238 Langdon, Amelie: Just for two: a collection of recipes designed for two persons. Ed. 4. rev. and enl. Minneapolis, Wilson, 1909. viii, 223 p. 641L25 Lee, Frederick Schiller: Scientific features of modern medicine. N. Y., Columbia Univ. Press, 1911. vii, 183 p. (Col. Univ. Lectures.) 610L51 Lipman, Jacob Goodale: Bacteria in relation to country life. Ed. 3. N. Y., Macmillan, 1911. xx, 486 p. (Rural Science series.) 589.95L663 Lowell, Percival: Mars as the abode of life. N. Y., Macmillan, 1909. xix, 288 p. 523.4L951 Lucke, Charles Edward: Power. N. Y., Columbia Univ. Press, 1911. 2, 316 p. (Col. Univ. Lectures.) 621L964 Maclaurin, Richard Cockburn: Light. N. Y., Columbia Univ. Press, 1909. ix, 251 p. (Col. Univ. Lectures.) 535M223 Mann, Albert Russell: Beginnings in argriculture. N. Y., Macmillan, 1912. xii, 341 p. 630M317 Melitz, Leo: Operagoer's complete guide. Comprising two hundred and twenty-nine opera plots with musical numbers and casts. Tr. by R. Salinger: N. Y., Dodd, 1912. xvii, 508 p. 782M486 Mellado, Francisco de P.: Enciclopedia moderna. Madrid, Mellado 1851-1855. 34 vols. and atlas of 3 vols. R036M487 Murray, J. Alan: Economy of food: a popular treatise on nutri tion, food and diet. N. Y., Appleton, 1911. xii, 253 p. 641M964 O'Donnell, T. C.: Family food. Phila., Penn. Pub. Co., 1911. 261 p. 6410d5 Phillipps, Lisle March: Art and environment. N. Y., Holt, 1911. xiv, 343 p. 709P539 Saint-Maur, Kate Vandenhoff: Making home profitable. N. Y., Sturgis, 1912. 229 p. 630St244 Scott, Walter Diel: Increasing human efficiency in business: a contribution to the psychology of business. N. Y., Macmillan, 1912. 339 p. 658Sco84 Sentenach, N.: Painters of the school of Seville. Lond., Duckworth; N. Y., Scribner, n. d. viii, 261 p. 750Se55 Smith, Mrs. A. Murray: Westminster Abbey. Lond., Black, 1906. viii, 147 p. 726.7Sm51 Soyer, Nicolas: Soyer's paper-bag cookery. N. Y., Sturgis, 1911. 130 p. 641So96 Spears, John Randolph: Story of the New England Whalers: N. Y., Macmillan, 1908. ix, 418 p. 639Sp31 Spencer, Leonard, James: World's minerals. N. Y., Stokes, c1911. xi, 272 p. 549Sp33w Stall, Sylvanus: Lo que debe saber el joven (Tr. from Eng. by S. Aznai): Madrid, Bailly-Balliere, 1910. 270 p. +613St18 Steinmetz, Charles Proteus: Elementary lectures on electric discharges, waves, and impulses, and other transients. N. Y., McGrawHill, 1911. xi, 149 p. 537St36 Taylor, W. Purvis: Practical cement testing. N. Y. and Chic., Clark, 1908. ix, 320 p. 691.5T212 Thomas, William Isaac: Source book for social origins. Chic., Univ. Press; Lond., Unwin, 1909. xvi, 932 p. 575T368

Page  135 RECENT ACCESSIONS 135 Travieso, Jose Marcelino, ed.: La Marina. Revista Scientifica, militar, administrativa, historica, literaria, politica y de comercio. Madrid, Fortanet, 1856. 3 vols. 656T698 Waters, Bernard: Training and handling the dog. Bost., Little, c1894. 332 p. 636.7W315 Wheeler, William Morton: Ants: their structure, development, and behavior. N. Y., Columbia Univ. Press, 1910. xxv, 663 p. 595.7W569 Wiener, August F.: Foreign Cagebirds (being the foreign bird section of "Canaries and Cage-birds"). Lond., Paris, N. Y., etc., Cassell, n. d. [iii, 99 p.] R636.6W636 Wylde, C. H.: How to collect continental China. Lond., Bell, 1907. xiv, 253 p. 738W977 Zaehnsdorf, Joseph W.: Art of bookbinding: a practical treatise. Ed. 7. Lond., Bell, 1911. xix, 190 p. (Technological handbook.) 686Z1 NATURAL SCIENCES, AND USEFUL AND FINE ARTS Almanaque nautico para el afio 1880. Madrid, Aribau, 1878. xi, 523 p. R527A162 Arago, Frangois: Astronomie populaire. Paris, Gide; Leipzig, Weigel, 1857. 4 vols. 520Ar12 Atkinson, J.; and Hughes, T. R.: Cyclist scouts' training for boy scouts. Lond., Gale, (1910). 56 p. 796.6At55 Bancroft, Hubert Howe: Native races. San Francisco, Bancroft, 1883. 5 vols. 572B221 Bonet y Bonfill, Francisco: Compendio de elementos de fisica y de nociones de quimica inorganica. Barcelona, Diario de Barcelona, 1871. 404 p. 530B64 Bouloumie, P.: Maladies evitables. Paris, Masson, 1898. xi, 192 p. 614.4B665 Boy scouts' complete drill book. Ed. 2. Lond., Gale, (1910). 56 p. 796.6Blb Boy scout life: a series of photographs. Glasgow, Brown, 1909. 57 pl. 796.6B7131 Boy scout tests and how to pass them. Glasgow, Brown, 1911. viii, 454 p. 796.6B713t Boy scouts of America: the official handbook for boys. N. Y., Doubleday, 1911. 400 p. 796.6B713a Boy scout's patrol roll and subscription book. Glasgow, Brown, n. d. 796.6B713p Boy scouts' signal cards. Glasgow, Brown, n. d. 796.6B713s Boy scouts' troop account and record book. Glasgow, Brown, n. d. 796.6B713 Boyden, Wallace C.: Primeros pasos en algebra. N. Y., Silver, c1900 194 p. 512B693 Bridges, Victor: Camping out for boy scouts and others. Lond., Pearson, n. d. 123 p. 796.6B764 Burrell, Caroline Benedict (Caroline French Benton, pseud.): Easy entertaining. Boston, Dana Estes, c1911. 251 p. 642.4B941 Capo, Manuel Antonio: (El) dibujo en sus aplicaciones a las artes industriales. Madrid, Alaria, 1879. 290 p. 744C173 Clark, William M.: Sterling dialogues. Phila., Penn. pub. Co., 1911. 198 p. 793C549 Delambre, Jean Baptiste Joseph: Astronomie theorique et practique. Paris, Courcier, 1814. 2 vols. R520D373 Denton, Clara J.: Little people's dialogues. Phila., Penn., pub. Co., 1910. 122 p. 793D435 Durand, L'Abbe; & others: Strategie raisonnee des ouvertures du jeu d'echecs. Paris, Preti, 1862. xxiv, 444 p. 794D93

Page  136 136 RECENT ACCESSIONS French, Lillie Hamilton: House dignified. N. Y., Putnam, 1908. xiii, 157 p. 747F881 Gunnison, Binney: New dialogues and plays for little children. N. Y., Hinds, c1905. 132 p. +793G957 Hansey, Mrs. Jennie Adrienne (Ella M. Blackstone, pseud.) Comp.: New standard domestic science cookbook. Chic., Laird, c1911. 491 p. 641H198 Harman, Albert: Surveying for boy scouts. Glasgow, Brown, n. d. 796.6H288 Holladay, A. J.: War games for boy scouts. Lond., Gale, n. d. 36 p. 796.6H719 How to celebrate Washington's birthday in the schoolroom. Phila., Penn. Pub., Co., 1909. 94 p. +793H83 Hutchinson, Woods: Exercise and health. N. Y., Outing Pub. Co., 1911. 156 p. 613.7H975 Jones, Owen; & Woodward, Marcus: Going about the country with your eyes open. Lond., Pearson, 1911. 170 p. 796.6J723 Jourdain, M.: History of English secular embroidery. N. Y., Dutton, 1912. xiv, 202 p. 746J825 Jutsum, J. Netherclift: Knots, bends, splices with tables of strengths of ropes, etc., and wire rigging. 78 p. 796.6J987 Kellogg, Amos Markham: Practical dialogues for school entertainment. Phila. Penn. Pub. Co., 1910. 130 p. 793K291 King, Franklin Hiram: Farmers of forty centuries. Madison, King, 1911. ix, 441 p. 630K582 Kyle, J. A.: Bands and music for boy scouts. Lond., Pearson, n. d. 54 p. 796.6K984 Lopez Toral, Fernando: Tesora de la contabilidad mercantil. Zaragoza, Vill agrasa, 1883. 457 p. 567L88 Martindale, Thomas: With gun and guide. Lond., Laurie, (1910). 337 p. 7991366 Mendoza y Rios, Jose de: Esplicaci6n de las tablas de navegaci6n y astronomia nautica. Madrid, Alegria 1851. 548 p. R527M523 Murray, Fred W.: Astronomy, sirmply explained for beginners. Glasgow, Brown, n. d. 60 p. 796.6M962 Olcott, William Tyler: Star lore of all ages: A collection of myths, legends and facts. N. Y., Putnam, 1911. xxii, 453 p. 523.8012 O'Reilly, Mary: Evangeline entertainment. Chic., Flanagan, c1905. 47 p. +7930r3 Papillon, F.: Historia de un rayo de sol. Madrid, Gaspar y Roig, n. d. 204 p. 523.7P198 Perfect scout. Lond., G a e, (1910). 64 p. 796.6Blp Powell, Robert Stephenson Smyth Baden: Aids to scouting for N. C. 0. and men. Lond., Gale, (1909). 178 p. 796.6P871a Pritchard, Polly Ann (Delia A. Heywood): Pritchard's choice dialogues. Chic., Flanagan Co., c1898. 128 p. 793P936 Rook, E. C.: & Rook, Elizabeth, J.: Drills and marches. Phila., Penn. Pub. Co., 1911. 128 p. +793R673 Saving life. Lond., Gale, (1910). 56 p. 796.6Bls Scoutcraft. Lond., Gale, (1910). 65 p. 796.6B1 Scoutmaster: Scout's secret code (Glasgow), Brown, n. d. 100 p. 796.6Sc89 Scouts' queries. (1907). alphabet of notes and Ed. 3. Lond., Gale, 87 p. 796.6F639 Seamanship. Lond., Gale, (1910). 68 p. 796.6Blse

Page  137 RECENT ACCESSIONS 137 Shoemaker, Charles Chalmers, comp: Humorous dialogues and dramas. Phila., Penn. Pub. Co., 1911. 185 p. +793Sh731h -Ed.: Young folks' dialogues. Phila., Penn. Pub. Co., 1911. 120 p. +793Sh731y Shoemaker, J. W. ed.: Choice dialogues. Phila., Penn. Pub. Co., 1911. 181 p. -+793Sh73c Sindelar, Joseph Charles, comp: T h a n k s g i v i n g entertainments. Chic., Flanagan, c1906. 144 p. - +793Si63t Smith, Joshua: Christmas gems for reading and recitation. Chic., Flanagan. c1888. 124 p. +793Sm61 Taylor, Henry Charles: Introduction to the study of agricultural economics. N. Y., Macmillan, 1911. viii, 327 p. 630T21 Things all scouts should know. Ed. 2. Lond., Pearson, 1911. 164 p. 796.6T348 Tracking and pathfinding. Lond., Gale, (1910). 62 p. 796.6Blt Turpin, Edna Henry Lee: Stories from American history for supplementary reading. N. Y., Maynard, c1904. 191 p. +973T864 Valledor, Venancio Gonzalez; and Chavarri, Juan: Programa de un curso elemental de fisica y nociones de quimica. Madrid, Imp., del Colegio de sordomundos y ciegos, 1868. 478 p. 530V241 Waite, H.: comp.: How to keep fit, or, The soldiers'guide to health, in field, camp, and quarters. Ed. 2. Lond., Gale, (1909). 60 p. 796.6W135 Woodcraft for boy scouts. Lond., Gale (1910). 70 p. 796.6Blw Zurcher y Margolle: Los meterores. Tr. del frances por J. Coreleu. I'aris, Hachette, 1870. iii, 296 p. UBiblioteca de las maravillas.) 551.5Z83 PHILOLOGY Baker, Josephine Turck: Correct business letter writing and business English. Chicago Correct Eng., Pub. Co., c1911. 205 p. 425.3B174b - Correct English. Baltimore Sadler-Rowe Co., c1907. 263 p. 425B174 --- Correct preposition: how to use it. Chic., Correct Eng. Pub. Co., c1911. 169 p. 425.9B174p Correct word: how to use it. Chic., Correct Eng. Pb. Co., c1910. 235 p. 425.3B174w Brachet, A.; & Dussouchet, J.: Grammaire francaise. Paris, Hachette, 1889. 370 p. 445B723 Buckbee, Sarah E.: Cartilla conteniendo ejercicios completos de la articulaci6n y de todas las dificultades del deletreo y del sonido que se encuentran en la lectura primaria; tr. en espafiol por C. H. Huidobro. Bost., Heath, 1900. iv, 159 p. +468.6B855 Bullen, George W.: Standard course of Esperanto. Lond., Cassell, 1907. 101 p. 408.9B873 Cart, Th.: First lessons in Esperanto; done into English by Joseph Rhodes. Ed. 3. Lond., Rev. of Rev., n. d. 28 p. 408.9C24 Complete manual of the international language; seen and approved by the secretaries. Lond., Pitman, 1909. 68 p. 408.9C738 Hugon, P. D.: Practical grammar and exercises (Esperanto) Lond., Pitman, 1908. xv, 123 p. 408.9H875 McClennan, Edgar A.: transl. and ed.: Ehoj el Manila; andotaj pere de originaloj kaj tradukoj en Esperanto. Manila, The author, 1911. 99 p. 408.9M132 Motteau, A.: Graduated exercises in Esperanto; with key. Ed. 2. Lond., Brit. Esperanto Ass'n, 1907. 46 p. 408.9M858

Page  138 138 WORKS IN THE FILIPINIANA DIVISION Noel; & Chapsal: Abrege de grammaire frangaise. N. Y., Lockwood, n. d. 234 p. 445N682 Ollendorff, Heinrich Gottfried: New method of learning to read, write and speak the German language in six months. Frankfort. O. M., Jugel, 1839. 390 p. 4350143m Thibaut, A.: Nouveau dictionnaire franqais-allemand et allemand-franqais. Ed. 5. Brunswick, Westermann, 1869. 618+587 p. 433T346 Todo el esperanto y el modo de aprenderlo leyendo una pequefia historia. n. p., n. d. 24 p. 408.9T569 ~U. LIST OF BOOKS IN THE FILIPINIANA DIVISION FOR STUDY OF THE LINGUISTICS OF THE PHILIPPINE ISLANDS. PART I Adelung, Johann Christoph: Mithridates oder allgemeine Sprachenkunde mit dem Vater Unser als Sprachprobe in beynahe fiunfhundert Sprachen und Mundarten. Berlin in der Vossischen Buchhandlung. 1806-1817. 21 cm. 4 vols. Ang Wikang Tagalog. In "Mulig Pagsilag." Manila, May 3, 1906. Alter, Franz Carl: Ueber die tagalische Sprache. Wien, gedruckt bei Johann Thomas Edl. v. Frattwern. 1803. 80 p. 16.5 cm. Apacible, Sinforoso: Casaysayan nang Gramatica Castellana invalal sa uicang tagalog. Primera edici6n. Manila Estab. Tipo-Litografico de Chofre y Comp. 1884. 31. n. 206 p. 1 1. 19.5 cm. Arellano, Florentina: La enseianza del idioma tagalog. Discurso leido en la apertura anual de estudios del Instituto de Mujeres, el dia 1.~ de Julio de 1901, por la ViceDirectora de dicho Centro de ensefianza. Manila. Estab. Tipo. de Modesto Reyes y Ca., Salcedo, 190, Sta. Cruz, 1901. 24 p.ng22.5 cm. Arifiez, Agustin M. de: Diccionario Hispano-Kanaka 6 sea modesta colecci6n de las voces mas usuales y conocidas de esta lengua de la Ascension 6 Ponape e Islas immediatas (Carolinas Orientales) Tambubong. Pequefia Imp. del Asilo de huerfanos de Ntra. Sra. de Consolacion 1892. 184 p. 2 1. 21.5 cm. Artigas y Cuerva, Manuel: La Lengua tagala. The tagalog language (English translation by Paul L. Stangl) Manila 1908. Imp. Germania. 46 p. 26.5 cm. Ydiomas. In "Instituciones Filipinas" Manila 1908. Imp. Germania. pp. 26-42. Barrows, David P.: Languages of the Malayan Peoples. The Tagalog Language. An Early Connection with the Hindus. The Hindus in the Philippines. System of writing among the Filipinos. Sanscrit Source of the Filipino Alphabet. Early Filipino Writings. In "A History of the Philippines by David P. Barrows. New York, 1905" pp. 90-96, and ed. Indianapolis, 1907. pp. 90-96. Beltran y Rospide, Ricardo: Idioma. In "La Polinesia. Descubrimiento, Resefa y descripcion geograficas, China, Constituci6n geologica producci6n y poblaci6n de las Islas situadas en la regi6n oriental del mar Pacifico; raza, idioma, historia, religion, gobierno, costumbres, cultura intelectual, industria y comercio de sus habitantes; Noticia de los principales viajes efectuados en aquella parte de la Oceania por navegantes espaioles y extranjeros; y consideraciones acerca de la importancia y porvenir comercial y politico de dichas islas; con interesantes documentos ineditos relativoes a su descubrimiento y un mapa gene

Page  139 WORKS IN THE FILIPINIANA DIVISION 139 ral de la Rolmesia y varios particulares de los Archipielagos que la forman. Madrid Imp. de Fortanet. Calle de la Libertad 29, 1884." p. 14. Bencuchillo, Francisco: Arte poetico tagalo. In "Archivo del Bibliofilo Filipino." Vol. I. p. 185-210. Madrid, 1895. Bennasar, Guillermo: Observaciones gramaticales sobre la lengua Tiruray. Manila Ymp. y Lit. de M. Perez, Hijo. S. Jacinto, 30 Binondo, 1892. 54 p. 1 1. 21.5 cm. Diccionario Tiruray-Espaiol. Manila Tipo. Litografia Chofre, 1892-1893. 2 parts. 21 cm. Bergafo, Diego: Arte de la Lengua Pampanga. Con las licencias necefsarias en la Ymprenta de la Compafiia de Iefus, por Don Sebastian Lopez Sabino. Afo de 1729. 11 1. n. 363 p. 81. n. 20.5 cm. -Vocabulario de la lengua Pampanga en romance. Reimpreso. Manila Ymprenta de Ramirez y Giraudier. 1860. 343 p. 30 cm. Bermejo, Julian: Arte compendio de la lengua cebuana sacado del que escribi6 el R. P. Fr. Francisco Encina. Segunda edici6n. Tambubong. Pequeiia Tipo-lit. del Asilo de huerfanos de Ntra. Sra. de Consolacion, 1894. 180 p. 3 1. n. Blake, Frank: Differences between Tagalog and Visayan. Baltimore. (From the Journal of the American Oriental Society. Vol. 25. 1904. p. 162-169.) Blumentritt, Ferdinand: Alphabetisches Verzeichnis der bei den Philippinischen Eingeborenen tiblichen Eigennamen, welche auf Religion, Opfer und Priesterliche Titel und Amtsverrichtungen sich bezieheif. 1894. p. 43-238. 23.5 cm. --- Alphabetisches Verzeichnis:ler eingeborenen Stamme der Philippinen und der von ihnen gesprochenen Sprachen. In "Zeitschrift der Gesellschaft fur Erdkunde zu Berlin." 1890. Vol. 25 p. 127 -146. Begleitworte zur Karte von Ost-Mindanao. In "Mittheilungen der Kais. Kbnigl. Geographischen Gesellschaft. Vol. 34, n. 7, July, 1891. p. 342-355. 1 map. 23.5 cm. -- Beitrage zur Kenntnis der Mandayas (Mindanao). 12 p. 22 cm. -- Bemerkungen zu den Spanischen Angaben iiber die Verbreitungsgebiete etc. der Philippinischen Landessprachen. In "Zeitschrift der Gesellschaft fir Erdkunde zu Berlin." Vol. 22., p. 89-103. 1887. Breve diccionario Ethnografico de Filipinas. Yn "La Espafia Oriental" Nov. 10-24, 1889. Diccionario de idiomas Filipinos. Yn "La Politica de Espafia en Filipinas." Feb. 28, 1898. p. 77-80. Diccionario etn6grafico de Filipinas. In "La Politica de Espaia en Filipinas." Apr. 15-May 15, 1897. --- Diccionario Mitol6gico de Filipinas. Segunda edici6n corregida y aumentada. Afo de 1895. In "Archivo del Bibli6filo Filipino." p. 335-454. __ — Die Eingebornen der Insel Mindanao. 31 p. 22 cm. Las razas del Archipielago Filipino. Madrid Establecimiento Tipografico de Fortanet. Impresor de la Real Academia de la Historia. Calle de la Libertad, Num. 29, 1890. 70 p. 1 map. etnographic. 22.5 cm. ---- Lenguas y razas de Filipinas. In "Revista de Geografia Comercial." Vol. II. Oct. 31, 1887. p. 552-557. - List of native tribes of the Philippines and of the languages spoken by them. Washington Government Printing Office, 1901. (From the Smithsonian Report for

Page  140 140 WORKS IN THE FILIPINIANA DIVISION 1899, p. 527-547 with plates I-X.) 24 cm. Blumentritt, Ferdinand: Nachtrag zu dem Alphabetischen Verzeichnis der eingeborenen Stamme der Philippinen und der von ihnen gesprochenen Sprachen." In "Zeitschrift fir Erdkunde zu Berlin." Vol. 28, 1893. 10 p. 23.5 cm. Neuere Werke fiber die Philippinen. p. 228-248. 23 cm. - Vocabulaire de locutions et de mots particuliers a l'espagnol des Philippines. Imprimerie Centrale des Chemins de Fer, Rue Bergire 20, Paris. 83 p. 23.5 cm. - Vocabular einzelner Ausdrticke und Redensarten, welche dem Spanischen der Philippinischen Inseln eigenthiimlich sind. Leitmeritz, 1885. 4 1 n. 65 p. 23.5 cm. -Vocabular einzelner Ausdriicke und Redensarten, welche dem Spanischen der Philippinischen Inseln eigenthfimlich sind. Leitmeritz, 1885. 4 1 n. 64 p. 23.5 cm. Bowring, John: Languages. In "A visit to the Philippine Islands." London. Smith, Elder & Co., 65 Cornhill, 1859. p. 215-233. Idiomas. (In "Una visita a las Islas Filipinas. Traduccion con notas para la "Revista de Filipinas" Manila Imp. de Ramirez y Giraudier, 1876.) p. 201-222. Brandstetter, Renward: Charakterisirung der Epik der Malaien. Luzern. Buchdruckerei von Gebriider Riber, 1891. 46 p. 25.5 cm. Brandstetter, Renward: Malayopolynesische Forschungen. IV Mata-Hari, oder Wanderungen eines Indonesischen Sprachforschers durch die drei Reiche der Natur. Luzern. 1908. Verlag der Buchhandlung E. Haag. 55 p. 22.5 cm. -.- Tagalem und Madagassen. Eine sprachvergleichende Darstellung als Orientierung fur Ethnographen und Sprachforscher. Luzern. Verlag der Buchhandlung Geschw. Doleschal 1902. 85 p. 23 cm. - (Translated and annotated by P. L. Stangl) Tagalog y Malgache. In "Biblioteca Nacional Filipina" Nos. Oct.-Dec., 1908; Feb.June, 1909. Bugarin, Jose: Diccionario Ybanag-Espafiol compuesto en lo antiguo por... reducido a mejor forma por el R. P. Fr. Antonio Lobato de Sto. Tomas: compendiado por el R. P. Fr. Julian Velinchon, Vicario Provincial; reducido a metodo mas claro con un suplemento, y dado a luz por el R. P. Fr. Ramon Rodriguez, antiguo ministro de Cagayan, de orden de N. M. R. P. Provincial Fr. Antonio Carrillo. Manila Imprenta de los Amigos del Pais, a cargo de D. Miguel Sanchez. 1854. 72 p. 2 1. 31 cm. Buzeta, Manuel: Gramatica de la lengua tagala dispuesta para la mas facil inteligencia de los Religiosos principiantes, con un breve confesionario y otras varias materias concernientes a la administracion de los Santos Sacramentos. Madrid 1850. Imp. de D. Jose C. de la Pefia. Calle de Atocha num. 100. 171 p. 21. n.

Page  141 ItVY C F t,I.'A ^ i. > K/'!, THE GOVERNMENT OF TItE PHILIPPINE ISLANDS DEPARTMENJ' OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION PHILIPPINE LIBRARY BULLETIN OF THE PHILIPPINE LIBRARY rBttiftlwm Eatmrq VOLUME I MAY, 1913 NUMBER 9 CONTENTS SCHOOL LIBRARIES IN THE PHILIPPINES LIBRARY NOTES - - - - DUPLICATES IN THE FILIPINIANA DIVISION OFFERED FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE - - - - - RECENT ACCESSIONS - - - - - - - - - LIST OF WORKS IN THE FILIPINIANA DIVISION RELATING TO THE STUDY OF THE LINGUISTICS OF THE PHILIPPINE ISLANDS. PART II - - - - - - 143 145 145 147 153 MANILA BUREAU OF PRINTING 1913 118470

Page  142 PHILIPPINE LIBRARY BOARD Ex officio: NEWTON W. GILBERT, Secretary of Public Instruction DEAN C. WORCESTER, Secretary of the Interior GREGORIO ARANETA, Secretary of Finance and Justice Appointive: GRANT T. TRENT, Justice of the Supreme Court LAWRENCE E. GRIFFIN, Associate Professor of Zo6logy, and Dean, College of Liberal Arts, University of the Philippines Secretary: MCQUEEN S. WIGHTMAN. PHILIPPINE LIBRARY OFFICERS JAMES A. ROBERTSON, Librarian SYRENA MCKEE, Chief Cataloguer BESSIE A. DWYER, Chief, Circulating Division (American Circulating Library) MANUEL ARTIGAS Y CUERVA, Curator, Filipiniana Division 142

Page  143 BULLETIN OF THE PHILIPPINE LIBRARY ubholibtb montbttp bp thet ijilppine librarp Manila, 0. 31, VOL. I. MAY, 1913 No. 9 The library is open daily in its various divisions as follows: Circulating Division (American Circulating Library), 8 a. m. to 9 p. m. Periodical Division, 8 a. nm. to 9!). m. Filipiniana Division, 7.30 a. m. to 4.30 p. m., Monday to Friday; 7.30 a. Im. to 12.30 p. m., Saturday. Public Documents Division, 8 a. m. to 5 p. m., Monday to Friday; 8 a. m. to 1 p. m., Saturday. Scientific Division (Bureau of Science), 7.30 a. mn. to 9 p. m., Monday to Friday; 7.30 a. m. to 5 p. in. Saturday; 9 a. m. to 12 noon Sundays and holidays. Law Division (Supreme Court),8 a. m. to 12.30 p. m., Monday to Friday; 8 a. nm. to 1 p. m. Saturday. A fee of five pesos per annum or fifty centavos per month is charged for the privilege of drawing books from the Circulating Division (American Circulating Library). The privileges of the periodical and reference rooms are free to all. Books of the Filipiniana and Public Documents divisions may be consulted free in the library. If sufficient notice be given before the hour for closing the two latter divisions, books will be reserved for readers at the charging desk of the Circulating Division (American Circulating Library). SCHOOL LIBRARIES IN THE PHILIPPINES During the last six or eight years the library movement in the Philippine schools has developed into an important factor among the aids to education. Beginning as it did in a tentative effort to gather a few books together in a convenient place for the use of students, it has now reached the stage where "our library" is a matter of pride with nearly every student. Few schools in Manila are so unprogressive as not to own some sort of a library usually provided by the work of the students themselves, while the movement has spread to the provinces, making such rapid headway that nearly a year ago the Bureau of Education found it necessary to get out a bulletin of 40 pages entitled "Libraries for Philippine Public Schools." 143

Page  144 144 SCHOOL LIBRARIES This is a very creditable publication and gives exact information as to the establishing and conducting of school libraries. It gives information as to the purchase of books, the care of them in the library, the loaning of them, and even includes a classification system, based on that of the Library of Congress, that can be developed and merged into the Library of Congress system if the library attains a size requiring greater expansion. There is also included lists recommended for purchase for intermediate and high schools. This bulletin has been the outcome of an effort to make school libraries uniform in their system of cataloguing and it has also served to familiarize the student with library methods so that he can use the more general libraries intelligently. Too much can not be said of the benefit these small libraries have been to the schools. From the primary schools, with their 150 to 200 volumes, to the Manila High School, now possessing a library of almost 4,000 volumes, the benefit has been in proportion to the number of books in the libraries-for the greater number of books the greater the value of the library. Of course all students do not take books from the libraries, but the per cent of those who do is large enough to convince one that the library is a very useful adjunct to the schoolroom. The, class of books contained in these school libraries is usually along the lines presumed to be most helpful to the students using them, though in many cases books purely for recreation are added to the number. These last, though providing entertainment, are of such a nature as to bestow a benefit while amusing, as they are usually chosen for their pure and simple language and are clean stories simply told. In the high and normal schools certain fiction is included as being necessary to the study of literature. In the Manila Normal School a limit of three days is put on books taken from the library, but in the Manila High School a student is allowed the use of a book for two weeks, with the ordinary fine of 5 centavos a day for failure to return it at the end of that time. Now, the normal school has a library of 2,000 volumes while the high school owns nearly 4,000, thus again demonstrating the fact that the more books the greater the service to each pupil. The writer takes a personal interest in these school libraries, as she has seen the start and has helped the progress of many of them. She knows how both teachers and pupils have worked to establish them, has attended many entertainments where the proceeds were used for thi purchase of library books, and has prepared and assisted to put into effect classification schemes and loan systems both in Manila and the provinces. The Bureau of Education can advance its work in no better way than to continue its encouragement and assistance to these libraries.

Page  145 DUPLICATES IN THE FILIPINIANA DIVISION 145 LIBRARY NOTES Dr. Robertson, who sailed February 25 for Barcelona to take over the Tabacalera Library recently purchased by the Philippine Government, reports a pleasant voyage as far as Colombo, which place he passed on the 7th of March. Dr. Robertson has authority to spend an additional It2,000 in the further purchase of Spanish books, which he will have shipped with the larger library. Mrs. Elmer, who is in charge of the Baguio Branch, reports the removal of the library from its former rooms in the Constabulary Headquarters to two pleasant rooms in the Department of Interior Building, where the light is better and the space greater than in the old quarters. The window looks out on Santo Tomas instead of Mirador as formerly, but loses nothing in beauty thereby. Mr. Potter of the Bureau of Education has been gathering up books to form a library for the Teachers' Camp in Baguio. He succeeded in getting nearly 1,000 volumes from different sources, and residents of the Teachers' Camp will have the privilege of using them. DUPLICATES IN THE FILIPINIANA DIVISION OFFERED FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE Gutierrez y Salazar, Pedro: Las proscripciones de Sila (remedo de) en Filipinas por el Excmo. Sr. D. Carlos Maria de la Torre. Madrid, Gamayo, 1870. 101 p. 23 cm. Herbella y Perez, Manuel: Manual de construcciones y fortificacion de campafia en Filipinas. Madrid, Memorial de Ingenieros, 1882. 400 p. 19.5 cm. Herrero Casimiro: Resefia que demuestra el fundamento y causas de la insurreccion del 20 de Enero en Filipinas, con los medios de evitarla en lo sucesivo. Escrita en conformidad con la opinion de todos los espaioles, por uno de larga residencia en el pais. Madrid, Martinez, 1872. 129 p. 19 cm. Herzog, Maximilian: A fatal infection by a hitherto undescribed chromogenic bacterium: bacillus aureus faetidus. Manila, Bureau of Printing, 1904. 16 p. 23 cm. Herzog, Maximilian: The plague: Bacteriology, Morbid, Anatomy, mitopathology including a consideration of insects as plague carriers. Manila, Bureau of Printing, 1904. 149 p. 16 plates. 23 cm. Jacas, Hermenegildo: Curso de legislacion vigente de instruccion primaria en Filipinas. Acomodado al Programa oficial de esta asignatura en la Escuela Normal Superior de Maestros de Manila. Manila, Marty, 1894. 86 p. Jagor, F.: Viajes por Filipinas. Traducidos del aleman, por S. Vidal y Soler. Madrid, Aribau, 1895. 400 p. 23.5 cm. Jernegan, Prescott F.: A short history of the Philippines. With illustrations. Manila, Van Buskirk, 219 p. 19 cm. Jimeno Agius. Jose: Memoria sobre el desestanco del tabaco en las Islas Filipinas dirigida al Excmo. Sr.

Page  146 146 DUPLICATES IN THE FILIPINIANA DIVISION Ministro de Ultramar por el Ilmo. Sr. Intendente general de Hacienda Piblica de las mismas, en virtud de orden de S. A. el Regente del Reino, fecha 6 de Septiembre de 1870. Binondo, Gonzalez Moras, 1871. 44 p. 26.5 cm. Jordana y Morera, Ram6n: Bosquejo geografico e hist6rico-natural del Archipielago Filipino. Publicado de Real Orden en vista del favorable informe de la Real Academia de Ciencias Exactas, Fisicas y Naturales. Madrid, Moreno y Rojas, 1885. 461 p., 12 plates. 31.5 cm. Kern, H.: Sanskritsche woorden in het Tagala. Leiden, 1880. 10 p. 22.5 cm. Keyser y Mufnoz. Antonio de: Medios que el gobierno y la Sociedad Econ6mica de Amigos del Pais de Filipinas, pueden emplear para obtener el desarrollo de la agricultura en el pais. Memoria para obtar al premio ofrecido por la sociedad, segun el programa publicado por la Secretaria de la misma en 31 de Agosto ultimo, seguida de un indice general de la legislaci6n que con relaci6n a la agricultura se ha expedido desde el aio 1513 a 1867 distinguida por dicha corporaci6n con el primer premio consistente en una medalla de oro. Manila, Colegio de Sto. Tomas, 1869. 30 p. 21.5 cm. La epizootia: Cartilla para precaver a la ganaderia de algunas enfermedades comunes. Manila, Chofre, 1888. 13 cm. La Ley de Propiedad intelectual de los Estados Unidos de America. Efectiva desde el l.o de Julio de 1909. Manila, Bureau of Printing, 1910. 20 p. 30 cm. Laksamana, Francisco: Anino ng kahapon. Maynila, 1907. 294 p. 22.5 cm. Lamadrid de Paula, Fermin: Colecci6n de tablas aritmeticas. Corregida y aumentada. Ed. 2. Manila, Chofre, 1896. 36 p. 16 cm. Laynez Hernando, Marcos: Discurso leido en la apertura anual de los estudios de la Real y Pontificia Universidad de Sto. Tomas de Manila el dia 2 de Julio de 1886. Manila, Colegio de Sto. Tomas, 1886. 78 p. 31 cm. Le Roy, James A.: The opium question in the Philippines. From the Medical News. New York, Feb. 18, 1905. 8 p. 20 cm. The Philippines and the Filipinos. Reprinted from the political Science quarterly, vol. xxi, No. 2. Boston, Ginn, 1906. Ley de contabilidad aprobada en 10 de Octubre de 1905. Publicada con autorizaci6n de la Comision de Filipinas. Manila, Bureau of Printing, 1907. No. 1402. 27 p. 23 cm. Ley de empleados puesta en vigor por Real Decreto de 13 de Octubre de 1890 y publicada en la "Gaceta de Manila," de 18 del mes siguiente, aumentada con las. modificaciones introducidas posteriormente. Manila, Perez, 1893. (Coleccion de "El Faro Administrativo.") 88 p. 15.5 cm. Ley Enjuiciamiento Civil para las Islas Filipinas y demas archipielagos espafoles de Oceania aprobada por Real Decreto de 3 de Febrero de 1888, concordada con la de la Peninsula y anotada con la jurisprudencia del Tribunal Supremo y otras disposiciones legales por la redaccion de la Revista de los Tribunales. Madrid, Gongora, 1888. 1008 p. 11.5 cm. Ley del papel sellado para Filipinas. Manila, Diaz Puertas, 1887. 70 p. 12 cm. Ley general para la organizacion de Gobiernos Municipales en las Islas Filipinas. Aprobada por la Comision de los Estados Unidos en Filipinas. Enero 31 de 1901. Manila. 48 xxiv, 10 p. 22 cm. Ley No. 1396. Ley provincial especial aprobada en 14 de Septiembre de 1905. Publicada con autoriza

Page  147 RECENT ACCESSIONS 147 cion de la Comision en Filipinas. Manila, Bureau of Printing, 1905. 40 p. 23 cm. Ley No. 1397. Ley de "Townships" Aprobada en 14 de Septiembre de 1905. Publicada con autorizacion de la Comision de Filipinas. Manila, Bureau of Printing, 1905. 51 p. 23 cm. Liceo de Manila. (Centro docente filipino.) Memoria de su fundaci6n, plan de estudios y estadistica escolar. Manila, Imp. Kiapo, 1904. 59 p. 27 cm. List of lights, buoys, beacons, and day marks of the Philippine Islands. Manila, Bureau of Printing, 1911. 61 p., xiii pl., 1 map. 27 cm. Lopez Navarro, Eduardo: La India Inglesa. Manila, Diario de Manila, 1897. 135 p. 22 cm. Los terremotos de Filipinas en Julio de 1880. Extracto del Diario de Manila. Manila, Ramirez y Giraudier, 1880. 152 p. 19 cm. Luna y Novicio, Antonio (Pseud. "Taga-ilog"): Impresiones. M a - drid, El Progreso Tipografico, 1891. 272 p. 17.5 cm. Lyon, William S.: A premier on the cultivation of sugar cane. Manila, Bureau of Public Printing, 1904. 19 p. 23 cm. Cacao culture in the Philippines. Manila, Bureau of Printing, 1905. 24 p. 23 cm. - Report on the introduction and distribution of seeds and plants by the Bureau of Agriculture. Manila, Bureau of Public Printing, 1903. 18 p., 3 pl. 23 cm. -- The coconut. With refer. ence to its products and cultivation in the Philippines. Manila, Bureau of Printing, 1905. 23 cm. -The jute industry. Considered in relation to its introduction to the Philippines. Manila, Bureau of Public Printing, 1904. 12 p. 23 cm. Llanos y Lopez, Florencio: Discurso leido en la apertura anual de los estudios de la Real y Pontificia Universidad de Santo Tomas de Manila el dia 2 de Julio de 1901. Manila, Sto. Tomas, 1901. 128 p. 23 cm. RECENT ACCESSIONS PHILOSOPHY, RELIGION, AND EDUCATION Alva, Lorenzo Hernandez de: Oratoria sagrada; sermones. Madrid, Alonzo, 1847. 2 vols. in one. 252A18 Avendafio, Joaquin; & Carderera, Mariano: Curso elemental de pedagogia. Ed. 6. Madrid, Hernando, 1865. xvi, 348 p. 370Av34 De Segur, Mme. la Comtesse: Evangile d'une grand'mere. Ed. 2. Paris, Hachette, 1867. vii, 371 p. +226. 1Se39 Jowett, Benjamin: Interpretation of scripture, and other essays. Lond. Routledge; N. Y., Dutton, n. d. xxiv, 555 p. 220.6J831 Lamy, Bernardo: Introducci6n a la sagrada escritura. Tr. de la latina por J. Palau. Barcelona, Pons, 1846. 365 p. 220L219 Lehmkuhl, Augustino: Theologia moralis. Ed. 5. Friburgi Brisgoviae, Sumptibus Herder, 1888. xix, 816 p. 210L528 Lhomond, C. F.: Epitome historicae scarae; notis selectis illustravit, A. Mottet. Paris, Delalain, n. d. vi, 179 p. 220L612 Locke, John: Philosophical works. Ed. by J. A. St. John. Lond., Bell, 1908. 2 vols. 192L793 Morris, William: Signs of change: seven lectures delivered on various occasions. Lond., Longmans, 1903. viii, 202 p. 335M834

Page  148 148 RECENT ACCESSIONS Nicolas, Augusto: Estudios filos6 -ficos sobre el cristianismo. Tr. al castellano por F. Puig y Esteve, Ed. 5. Barcelona, Libreria religiosa, 1880. 484 p. 280N532 Parker, Edward Harper: Studies in Chinese religion. N. Y., Dutton, 1910. xi, 308 p. 299.5P224 Perujo, Niceto Alonso: Narraciones de la eternidad. Madrid, Gaspar, 1882. viii, 381 p. 128P43 Peters, Madison, C.: Mission of masonry. N. Y., Peoples pulpit, C1908. 40 p. 366.1P44 Roosevelt, Theodore: Applied ethics; being one of the William Belden Noble lectures for 1910. Cambridge, Harvard Univ., 1911. 50 p. 172R67 Sanchez Calvo, Estanislao: Filosofia de lo maravilloso y positivo. Madrid, Fe; Sevilla, Hijos de Fe, 1889. xiii, 308 p. 150Sa55 Sanchez, Michaele: Cursus theologiae dogmaticae. Matriti; Apud La Riva Typographum, 1874. viii, 910 p. 230Sa55 Tarapelli, Luis: Ensayo teorico de derecho natural apoyado en los hechos. Tr. del italiano. Madrid, Nueva libreria e imprenta de San Jose, 1884. 2 vols. 172.1T16 Thwing, Charles Franklin: College administration. N. Y., Century, 1900. 32 p. 378.1T421 - History of education in the United States since the Civil War. Bost., Houghton, 1910. 348 p. 370.9T429 LITERATURE Aeschylos: Prometheus Bound. Plumptre transl. N. Y. and Lond., Putham, n. d. 71 p. 882Ae8p Anthologie des poetes frangais depuis le XVO siecle jusqu'a nos jours. Paris, Lemere, 1879. 416 p. 841An86 Aristophanes: Frogs. Tr., etc. by B. B. Rogers. Lond., Bell, 1902. xlcii, 274 p. 882Ar45f Barrionuevo, M. Martinez: iAndaluza! (Lagrimas, vino y coplas) Novela. Barcelona. "Diario Mercantil," 1892. 314 p. 863B27 Burke, Edmund: Writing and speeches of Edmund Burke. Bost., Little, 1901. 12 vols. 308B917x2 Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel de: El ingenioso hidalgo Don Quijote de la Mancha. Barcelona, Montaner, 1880. 2 vols. R863C3341 Clemens, S a m u e 1 Langhorne (Mark Twain): Old times on the Mississippi. Toronto, Belford, 1876. 157 p. 827C591 Dickins, Frederick Victor: Primitive and mediaeval Japanese text transl. into Roman with introductions notes and glossaries. Oxford, Clarendon press. 1906. 338 p. 895.2D56 Euripides: Hippolytus; tr. into English rhyming verse with explanatory notes by Gilbert Murray. Lond., Allen, 1911. 86 p. 882Eu7h Herford, Oliver: Kitten's garden of verses. N. Y., Scribner, 1911. 59 p. +821H421k Holly, M. Bine ed.: German epics retold. N. Y., Amer. Book Co., c1911. 336 p. 831H729 Homer: Odyssey: tr. by W. C. Bryant. Two vols. in one. Bost., Houghton, 1871. x, 272+256 p. 883.10bl Jackson, Maude M: Practical i programs for school and home entertainments. Chic., Flanagan, C1899. I 86+20 p. +827J136 Lawrence, William Witherle: Medieval story; and the beginnings of the social ideals of the Englishspeaking people. N. Y., Columbia Univ. Press. 1911. xiv, 236 p. Col. Univ. lectures.) 809L439 Long, William J.: English literature. c1909. 820L85e Lytton, E. G. E. L. Bulwer-Lytton, 1st Baron: Complete works. N. Y., Atheneum Soc., c1909. 30 vols. 823L999

Page  149 RECENT ACCESSIONS 149 Miiller, Max, ed.: Second, third and fourth books of the Hitopadesa: Containing the Sanskrit text, with interlinear translation. L o n d.. Longman, 1865. vl, 151 p. 891.2M915 Musset, Louis Charles Alfred de: Complete works. Bost. and N. Y., Brainard, C1908. 10 vols. 841M976 Pardo Bazan, Emilia (Una) Cristiana. Madrid, La Espafia editorial, n. d. 281 p. 863P21c Pic6n, Jacinto Octavio: La hornada: novela de costumbres contemporaneas. Barcelona, Henrich, 1890. 351 p. 863P588 Poole, Stanley Lane-; tr. and ed.: Arabian nights. N. Y. and Lond., Putnam, n. d. 6 vols. 892.7Arll Pyre, James Francis Agustine, Dickinson, Thomas Herbert, & Young Karl, Comp.: Century outlines for a course of English literature. N. Y. Century, 1910. 135 p. R820P998 Sophocles: Tragedies of Sophocles. Plumptre transl. Lond., Routledge; N. Y., Dutton, n. d. lxx, 321 p. 882So66tl Spectator. Lond., n. d. (18th cent.) trade ed. 8 vols. 828Sp31 Stoddard, William O., ed.: Table talks of Abraham Lincoln. N. Y., Stokes, c1894. 154 p. 828St63 Successful plays: A collection of nine of the most popular farces ever published. Chic., Flanagan, n. d. 183 p. +822Su18 Munshi Mahomed Khan. Lond., J. Murray, 1900. 2v., front. (port.) illus., map. 921Ab32m Acme library of standard biography. N. Y., Aer. bk. exch., 1880. xv, [5]-522 p. (Ser. 2). 920Ac65 Adam, Juliette (Lamber) La Messine (Mme. Edmond Adam) (Count Paul Vasali. pseud.): My literary life. N. Y., Appleton, 1904. 10 p. 1., 542 p., illus., ports. 920.7Adl3 Adams, Charles Francis, 1835-: Charles Francis Adams by his son. Bost., & N. Y., Houghton, 1900. x, 426, p. (Amer. statesmen.) 921Adl7ad Alcott, Louisa May: Louisa May Alcott; her life, letters and journals; ed. by Mrs. Ednah D. Cheney. Bost., Roberts, 1889. v, 404 p., front. (port), illus. 920.7A1192 Alexander, Edward Porter: Military memoirs of a confederate; a critical narrative. N. Y., Scribner, 1908. 2 p. 1., xviii, 634 p., fronts. (port), maps. 921A1266am Alfieri, Count Vittorio: Life of Count Vittorio Alfieri, with an essay by William Dean Howells. Boston, Osgood & Co., 1877. 357 p. 921A128a Alfred the Great; containing chapters on his life and times... ed. with preface, by Alfred Bowker... Lond., A. & C. Black, 1899. [xiv.] 260 p., illus., map. 921Al29b Alice, Maud Mary, grand duchess of Hesse: Alice, grand duchess of Hesse, princess of Great Britain and Ireland; biographical sketch and letters. N. Y., & Lond., Putnam, 1884. [xii], 207 p. front. (port.) 920.7A142 Arblay, Mme. Frances (Burney) d': The diary and letters of Frances Burney, Madame D'Arblay; rev. and ed. by Sarah C. Woolsey. Bost., Little, 1910. 2 v., front. (port.) 920.7Arl7aw Thomas, Augustus: As thinks: a play in four acts. l)uffield, 1911. 213 p. a man N. Y., 822T361 BIOGRAPHY. Abbott, Jacob: History of King Alfred of England. N. Y., Harper, 1849. 270 p., fronts., illus. 921A129a Abdurrahman Khan: The life of Abdur Rahman Khan. ed. by Mir

Page  150 150 RECENT ACCESSIONS Balfour, Graham: Life of Robert Louis Stevenson. N. Y., Scribner, 1901. 2 v., fronts. (ports)., map. 921St486b Barton, Clara Harlowe: The story of my childhood. N. Y., Baker, 1907. 125 p., front., illus., ports. 920.7B285 Blakeney, Robert: Boy in the Peninsular war... an autobiography; ed. by Julian Sturgis.. Lond., Murray; Bost., Little, 1899. xviii, 382 p., map. 921B584 Bolton, Mrs. Sarah (Knowles) (Mrs. C. E. Bolton): Famous American authors. N. Y., Crowell, c1887. viii, 430 p., front., ports. 920B639 Famous American statesmen. N. Y., Crowell, c1888. viii, 399 p., front., ports. 920B639f Famous E the nineteenth Crowell, c1890. front., ports. English authors of century. N. Y., 4 p. 1., 451 p., 9203639fa Brooks, Noah: Abraham Lincoln. n. t. p. iii-xiv., 1., 471 p., front., pl., port. 921L638br Brougham, Henry Peter, 1 st baron Brougham & Vaux: Lives of philosophers of the time of George III. 3d. ed. Lond., & Glasgow, R. Griffin & Co., 1855. xiv, 492 p. 920B797 C a 1 d w e 1, Howard Walter (comp.): Great American Legislators. Chgo., J. H. Miller, c1900. viii 247 p. 920C127 Century Co., firm, publishers: Stories of r o y a children retold from St. Nicholas. N. Y., Century, 1909. vii, 196 p., front., pl. +920C333 Charles I, King of Roumania: Reminiscences of the King of Roumania, ed. by S i d n e y Whitman. N. Y., & Lond., Harper & Bros., 1899. xxxi, 367 p., front. (port). 921C3814 Chateaubriand, Francois Rene Auguste, vicomte de: Memoires d' outretombe. Barcelone, T. Gorchs, 1849-50. 3v. 921C39af Memorias del ultratumba del vizconde de Chateaubriand. Valencia, M. de Cabrerizo, 1848-50. 5 v. 921C39as Memorias de S. A. R. el duque de Berry; y de los cuatro Estuardos. Valencia, M. de Cabrerizo, 1845. (Obras completas.. v. 18.) 921B4596cs Vida de Rance, por el vizconde de Chateaubriand. Valencia, M. de Cabrerizo, 1846. ( Obras completas, v. 25.) 921R1514cs Dent, Francis: Perez and Columbus; or, The Franciscans in America. Roma, Tipografia poliglotta, 1903. front., illus., pl. 920D4346 Eggleston, Edward: Stories of great Americans for little Americans. N. Y., Chic. (etc.), Amer. bk. Co., c1895. viii, 159 p. front., illus. +920Eg36s Famous English statesmen of Queen Victoria's reign. N. Y., Crowell, c1891. v, lp., 460 p. front., ports. 920B639fe - Famous leaders among men. N. Y., Crowell, c1894. 920B639fl Famous leaders among women. N. Y., Crowell, c1895. vi, 356 p., front., ports. 920.7B639 F a m o us men of science. N. Y., Crowell, c1889. v, 426 p., front., ports. 920B639fm Famous voyagers and explorers. N. Y., Crowell, c1893. viii, 509 p., front., illus., ports., map. 920B639fv Brockett, Linus Pierpont: Our great captains. N. Y., C. B. Richardson, 1865. vi, 296 p., front., ports., map. 920B782 Brooks, Geraldine: D a m e s and daughters of colonial days. N. Y., Crowell, c1900. 284 p. front., illus. 920.7B7612d

Page  151 RECENT ACCESSIONS 151 Saint-Beuve, Charles Augustin: Portraits of the XVII century. N. Y., Putnam; Lond., Knickerbocker press, 1909. 2 v., front., ports. 920Sa26p Portraits of the XVIII century. N. Y., Putnam; Lond., Knickerbocker press, 1906. 2 v., front., ports. 920Sa26 I i I i I I I I I I Sanderson, Edgar: Hero of the nineteenth century. Crowell, n. d., front., ports. patriots N. Y., 920Sa56 Seawell, Molly Elliott: Twelve naval captains. N. Y., Scribner, 1899. vii, 233 p. 920Se19 Singleton, Ester: Story of the White House. N. Y., McClure, c1907. 2 v., front., illus., pl., ports. 920Si64s Smiles, Samuel: Industrial biography. Chic., Donohue, Henneberry & Co., n. d. xvi, 410 p. 920Sm44i Smith, George Barnett: P o e t s and novelists. N. Y., Appleton, 1876. 422 p. 920Sm57p Smith, Munroe: Bismarck, and German unity; a historical outline. N. Y., Pub. for the Columbia univ. press by Macmillan; Lond., Macmillan, 1898. [x] 99 p., f r o n t (port). 921B5424s Southey, Robert: English seamen: Lo n d o n, Methuen, 1904. xvii, 450 p. 920So88e --- Select lives of Cromwell and Bunyan. New ed. Lond., J. Murray, 1849. viii, 180 p. 920So88s Stanley, Sir Henry Morton (adopted name of John Rowlands): Autobiography; ed. by hi s wife, Dorothy Stanley. Bost & N. Y., Houghton, 1909. xvii, 551 p., front., ports., pl., facsim., map. 921St25a Stedman, Laura, & Gould, George Milbry: Life and letters of Edmund Clarence Stedman. N. Y., Moffat, 1!10. 2 v. fronts., ports., facsims. 921St31 I i I iI I I Stevenson, R o b e r t Louis: Correspondence addressed to Sidney Colvin, November, 1890, to October, 1894. N. Y., Scribner, 1909. xv, 322 p., front. (port). (Thistle ed. of Robert Louis Stevenson, v. 17.) 921St486ac - Letters to his family and friends. N. Y., Scribner, 1911. 2 v. fronts., ports., pl. (Thistle ed. of Robert Louis Stevenson, v. 23-24). 921St486al Stoddard, Richard Henry, e d.: Personal reminiscences by Barham, Harness, and Hodder. Scribner, Armstrong & Co., 1875. xviii, 355 p. 920St64p Strickland, Alice: Lives of the Queens of England from the Norman conquest. Rev. ed. Lond., Bell & sons, 1908. 6 v. 920.7St85 Turpin, Edna Henry Lee: Brief biographies from American history for the fifth and sixth grades. N. Y., Charles E. Merrill co., c1907. 299 p., front., ports. (Graded supplementary read. ser.) +920T864 Washington, Booker Taliaferro: My larger education. Lond., Hodder & Stoughton, 1911. viii, 313 p., front. (port), pl. 921W276 Watson, Mary: People I have met. San Francisco, Francis Valentine & co., 1890. 91 p., front., ports. 920W335 Wheeler, Benjamin Ide: Alexander the Great; the merging of east and west in universal history. N. Y., & Putnam, 1900. [xvi] 520 p., front., illus., maps, ports. (Heroes of the Nations.) 921A126w Whitcomb, Ida Prentice: Heroes of history. N. Y., C. E. Merrill co., c1904. vi, 488 p., front. (col. map), illus. +920W58h W h i t n e y, Henry Clay: Life of Lincoln; ed. by Marion Mills Miller. N. Y., Baker & T., 1908. 2 v., front. (ports). 921L633wh Wildman, Edwin: Aguinaldo; a narrative of Filipino ambitions.

Page  152 152 RECENT ACCESSIONS Bost., Lothrop, c1901. 2 p. 1., 374 p., front., illus., ports. 921Ag93w Williams, Hugh Noel: Women Bonapartes; the mother a n d three sisters of Napoleon I. Lo n d., Methuen, 1908. 2 v. 920.7W672 Wilson, James Grant, ed.: Presidents of the United States, 1789 -1905. N. Y., Appleton, c1905. xiii, 580 p., front., illus., ports., facsims. 920W694 Wolfe, Theodore Frelinghuysen: Literary pilgrimage among the haunts of famous British authors. Phila., Lippincott, 1899. 260 p., front., illus. 920W8321 Wyzewa, Teodor de: Some women, loving or luckless. Lond., N. Y., Lane, 1909. iv, 303 p., front., ports. 920.7W999 FICTION Adams, Samuel Hopkins: Secret of Lonesome Cove. Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill, c1912. Adl96s Aitken, Robert (Hudson Douglas, pseud.): White blackbird. Bost., Little, 1912. Ai93w Allen, James Lane: Heroine in bronze; or, A portrait of a girl; a pastoral of the city. N. Y., Macmillan, 1912. A1536h Andrews, Mrs. Mary Raymond (Shipman) (Mrs. William Shankland Andrews): Marshall. Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill c1912. An26m Barclay, Mrs. Florence Louisa (Charlesworth): Upas tree; a Christmas story for all the years. N. Y. and Lond., Putnam, 1912. B235u Beach, Rex Ellingwood: Net; a novel. N. Y. and Lond., Harper, 1912. B352ne Benson, Edward Frederic: Mrs. Ames. N. Y., Doubleday, 1912. B4436mi Benson, Ramsey: Lord of lands. N. Y., Holt, 1909. B44391 Bindloss, Harold: Long portage. N. Y., Stokes, c1912. B5111 Bourget, Paul: Love crime. Paris, Lond., and N. Y., Societee des Beaux-Arts, 1910. B66661o Bowen, Marjorie: Soldier from Virginia. N. Y., Appleton, 1912. B675so Bower, B. M. (B. M. Sinclair, pseud.): Good Indian. Bost., Little, 1912. B676g Canfield, Henry Spofford: Fergy the guide and his moral and instructive lies about beasts, birds, and fishes. N. Y., Holt, 1904. C1622f Castle, Mrs. Agnes (Sweetman); and Castle, Egerton: Lure of life. N. Y., Doubleday, 1912. C27911u Chambers, Robert Streets of Ascalon. N. Lond., Appleton, 1912. William: Y. and C3556st Chester, George Randolph: Jingo. Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill, c1912. C4259j Conrad, Joseph (formerly Joseph Conrad Korzeniowski): Under western eyes; a novel. N. Y. and Lond., Harper. 1911. C7638u Davis Richard Harding: Red Cross girl. N. Y., Scribner, 1912. D2974re Dickson, Harris: Old Reliable. Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill, c1911. D5616o Doyle, Sir Arthur Conan: Lost world. N. Y., Doran, c1912. D7721o Dreiser, Theodore: Financier; a novel, N. Y. and Lond., Harper, 1912. D8141f Edwards, Albert: Man's world. N. Y., Macmillan, 1912. Ed949m Elster, Otto (Otto von Bruneck, pseud): Prince Henry's sailor boy; freely adapted from the Ger. by Mary Joanna Safford. N. Y., Holt, 1904. E179p

Page  153 WORKS IN THE FILIPINIANA DIVISION 153 Oppenheim, Edward Phillips: New tenant, N. Y., Newton, c1910. 0p56n -- Tempting of Tavernake. Bost., Little, 1912. 0p56t O'Sullivan, Vincent: God girl. N. Y., Dutton, 1912. Os8g Partridge, Anthony: Court of St. Simon. Bost., Little, 1912. P2588c Pattullo, George: Sheriff of Badger; a tale of the southwest borderland. N. Y. and Lond., Appleton, 1912. P2787s Redfield, Martin, (pseud): My love and I. N. Y., Macmillan, 1912. R2479m I I i I I Rice, (Hegan) hill. N. Mrs. Alice Caldwell: Romance of Billy-goat Y., Century, 1912. R36r I I I i Rinehart, Mary Roberts: Where there's a will. Indianapolis, BobbsMerrill, c1912. R472wh Scott, John Reed: First hurdle and others. Phila. and Lond., Lippincott, 1912. Sco846f Sinclair, May: Helpmate. N. Y., Holt, 1907. Si618h Superseded. N. Y., Holt, 1906. Si618s Smith, Francis Hopkinson: Armchair at the inn. N. Y., Scribner, 1912. Sm56ar Spearman, F r a n k, Hamilton: Mountain divide. N. Y., Scribner, 1912. Sp31m Terhune, Albert Payson: Woman; a nov el. Indianapolis, BobbsMerrill, c1912. T2719w I I I i i i i I I I Townsend, Edward Waterman: Reuben Larkmead; a story of worldlings: N. Y., Dillingham, c1905. T663r Tracy, Louis: Mirabel's island. N. Y., Clode, c1912. T674mi Train, Arthur Cheney: "C Q'; or, In the wireless house. N. Y., Century, 1912. T682c Vance, Louis Joseph: Destroying Angel. Bost., Little, 1912. V277d Waller, Mary Ella: Cry in the wilderness, Bost., Little, 1912. W156c Walter, Eugene: Great issue. N. Y., Newton, c1908. W1719g Wells, Carolyn: Patty's butterfly days. N. Y., Dodd, 1912. +W4626p4 Wharton, Mrs. Edith Newbold (Jones): Reef; a novel. N. Y., Appleton, 1912. W555r Whitechurch, Victor L.: Left in charge. N. Y., Doubleday, 1912. W586921 Williamson, Charles Norris; and Williamson, Mrs. Alice Muriel (Livingston): Heather moon. N. Y., Doubleday, 1912. W6764h Woodrow, Mrs. Nancy Mann (Waddel) (Mrs. Wilson Woodrow): Black pearl. N. Y. and Lond., Appleton, 1912. W86062b Wright, Harold Bell: Their yesterdays. Chic., Book sup. co., c1912. W9326t Zola, Emile: Love episode. Paris, Lond., and N. Y., Societe des Beaux-arts, 1910. Z7461o LIST OF BOOKS IN THE FILIPINIANA DIVISION FOR THE STUDY OF THE LINGUISTICS OF THE PHILIPPINE ISLANDS. PART II Calderon, Sofronio G.: Ang yong "Mag" fig Pangwatas galog. (Estudio gramatical.) '"ienacimiento Filipino," Aug. 1910. AnTaIn 14, t i c a 1.) In "Renacimiento Filipino," Aug. 28, Sept. 14, 1910. - Ang Anyong "in" 0 "Hin" ng Pangwatas Tagalog. (Estudio gramatical.) In "Renacimiento Filipino," Aug. 28, Sept. 14, 1910. --- Ang Anyong "Um" ig pangwa;tas tagalog. (Estudio grama

Page  154 154 WORKS IN THE FILIPINIANA DIVISION Calderon, Sofronio G.:- Lihim fig inga Salitang tagalog sa ating kasaysayan. (Estudio, Filipino.) In "Renacimiento Filipino," July 7, 1910. Pang-watas (6' V er bo). (Estudio gramatical.) In "Renacimiento Filipino," July 21, 1910. Salitang Pang-ak-bay (6 artliculo). (B s t u d i o gramatical.) I s a n g pa-ngkat fig Tuntunin fig ating wika. In "Renacimiento Filipino," July 14, 1910. Campa, Buenaventura: Los Mayoyaos y la raza Ifugao. (Apuntes para un estudio.) El dialecto. In "La Politica de Espafia en Filipinas," Sept. 25, 1894. p. 263. Los Mayoyaos y la raza If ugao, Apuntes para un estudio Imp. Vda. de N. Minuesa de los Rios. 1895. 17 cm. 165 p. 1 1. Canovas, M.: Ydiomas. In "Noticias histo'ricas, geogra'ficas, estadisticas, administrativas y militares de las Islas Filipinas y de un viaj e di las mismas por el Cabo de Buena Esperanza, y regreso a' Espafia por Ia China, la India, la Arabia, Egipto, M a I t a y Gibraltar. Madrid, Ymprenta y Litografla Militar del Atlas. S. Bernandino 7, 1859." pp. 17. Carro, Andres: Vocabulario de la L e n g u a 1locana. Manila, 1849. E s t a b. Tip. del Colegio de Sto. Toma's, a' cargo de D. Manuel Rarnirez. 61 n.-n~31.n.n. 30.5 cm. Vocabulario Iloco-Espafiol: 2a. edicio'n. Manila. Estab. Tip. Lit. de Perez, hijo. San Jacinto Num. 30, Binondo. 1898. XII+ 294 pp. + 11. 32 c. Carson, Luella Clay: Handbook of English composition; a compilation of standard rules and usage. Revised ed. World B o ok Comp. Jankers-on-Hudson. New Y o, r k. 1907. 275 pp. 15 cm. Catecismo de Ia Doctrina Cristiana en la lengua G~a-dang. Impreso por primera vez el aflo, 1833. 2a. Edicio'n cormreida Manila Im prenta del Colegio de Sto Tomas. 18.5 cm. 40 p. Christie, E m e r s o -n, Brewer: Word-lists. In the Subanun dialect. In "T h e Subanus, of S i ndangan Bay. Manila, Bureau of Printing, 1909." p. 107=120. Clapp, Walter Clayton: A vocabulary of the Igorot language as spoken by the Bontoc Igorots. Igorot-English and English Igorot. Manila, Bureau of Printing, 1908. 236 pp. 27 cm. Claudio y Fojas, Justo: Diccionario Espafiol-Ilocano. 2 vols. of M14 and 549 pp. 16.5 cm. — Grama'tica de la lengua castellana con explicaciones en dialecto Ilocano. D a g u p a ii, 1903. 233 + 68 pp. 22.5 cm. Vocabulario espafiol Ilocano. 3a. edicio'n. Imprenrta del Pe Justo C 1 a u d i o. Calasiao, Pangasinan. Calle San Antonio. Aflo 1910. 94 pp. 16.5 cmn. Chirino, Pedro: De las lenguas de las Filipinas. In "Relacio'n de las Islas Filipinas i de lo que en ellas han trabaj ado Los Padres de la Compaiiia de Jesus. En Roma por Esteban P a u I mno, Aflo de MDCI V. pp. 34-41. De las. lenguas de las Filipinas. In "Relacio'n de las Islas Filipinas y de lo que en ellas han trabaj ado los Padres de la Compafilia de Jesus. 2a. edicio'n. Manila Imp. de D. Esteban Balba's. Letran No. 17 Esquina 'a la Real, 1890." pp. 52-59. Colin, Francisco: Del ingenio, lenguas y letras de los, Filipinos. In "L a b o r Evangelica. Ministerios Aposto'licos de los, obreros de la Compafl'ia de Jesus, fundacio'n y progresos de su. provincia en las IsIlas Filipinas. En Madrid, Por Joseph Fernandez de Buendia, MO MDCLXIII. Del ingenio, lenguas y letras de los Filipinos. In "Labor Evangelica. Ministerios Aposto'hicos de

Page  155 WORKS IN THE FILIPINIANA DIVISION 155 los o b r e r os de la Compafiia de Jesus, fundaci6n y progresos de su provincia en las I s 1 a s Filipinas. (Anoted by P. Pablo Pastells, S. J. Barcelona. Imp. y Lit. de Henrich y Comp. 1900. Vol. I. pp. 54-59. Conant, C. Everet: El lenguaje visaya. Su evoluci6n en la iultima decada. In "Renacimiento F i 1 ipino," Oct. 14, 1910. "F" and "V" in Philippine languages. In Part II of "The B a t a n dialect as a member of the Philippine group of languages by Otto Scherer. Manila, Bureau of Printing, 1908." pp. 135-141. Concepcion, Juan: Idiomas de estas Islas. In "Historia general de Filipinas. Conquistas espirituales y temporales de estos Espaioles Dominios, establecimientos Progresos y Decadencias Comprehende Los Imperios Reinos y Provincias de Islas y Continentes con quienes ha havido comunicaci6n y Comercio por immediatas coincidencias. Con noticias universales Geografias Hidrographicas de Historia Natural de Politica de Costumbres y de Religiones, en lo que deba interesarse tan universal Titulo. En la Imprenta del Seminario Conciliar, y Real de San Carlos: Por Agustin de la Rosa, y Balagtas. Ano 1788. Vol. I. p. 309 and 310. Crawford, John: A descriptive dictionary of the Indian Islands and adjacent countries. London. Bradbury & Evans, 1856. 459 pp. 22.5 cm. -- -Language and literature of the Malays. In "History of the Indian Archipelago containing an account of the manners, arts, languages, religions, institutions, and o m m e r c e of its inhabitants." Edinburgh. Printed for Archibald constable and Co. 1820. Vol. II. pp. 40-192. --- On the Malayan and PolynHesian languages and races. In "The Journal of the Indian Archi pelago and Eastern India." Apr. 1848. pp. 183-236. 22.5 cm. Crosatto, Angelo: Opusculo del idioma ingles en espaiol, tagalog, visaya y chino. 29 pp. 22.5 cm. Cue Malay, Gonzalo: Frases usuales para la conversacion en Espaiol, Filipino e Ingles con la pronunciacion figurada. 2a. ed. Manila, Estab. Tip. de Fajardo y Comp. 40, Platerias, Sta. Cruz, 1904. 127 pp. 17.5 cm. Cuenco, Mariano A.: Ejercicios practicos de Gramatica castellana con traducci6n al visaya-cebuano y su pequefio vocabulario de dichos idiomas. Segunda e d i c i 6 n. Aumentada con una traducci6n al Ingles y algunas reglas para construir en este idioma. Cebu. Estab. Tip. de S. Carlos. Calle de Los Martires No. 19, 1908. 142 pp. 21 cm. Cuesta, Antonio de la: Gramatica Iloco-Castellana compendiada, para que aprendan mejor el castellano los habitantes de ambos Ilocos, Uni6n y Abra. Manila Estab. Tip. de Ramirez y Comp., 1890. 114 pp. 19 cm. Cuesti6n ortografica. In "La Espafia Oriental" Aug. 1, 8, 1899. pp. 38-40; 47-48. Cuevas, Jose Maria Fausto: Arte nuevo de la lengua ibanag. Impreso con las licencias necesarias en la Imprenta de Sto. Tomas de Manila por Vidal Claudio, ano de 1826. 541 pp. 15 cm. Arte nuevo de la lengua ibanag. Manila Imp. de Amigos del Pais. 366-25 pp. 15.5 cm. Cust, Robert N.: A sketch of the modern languages of the east indies. accompanied by two language-maps. London. Trubner & Co., Ludgate hill, 1878. Printed by Ballantyne, Hanson & Co. Edinburg & London. 198 p. 2 cm. (Written in 12 languages and 9 dialects classified as languages are: Tagal., Bisayan, Pampanga, Iloco, Pangasinan, Ca

Page  156 156 WORKS IN THE FILIPINIANA DIVISION gayan, Camarines, Batanes, Chamena, Zambal., Bicol, Zebuana.) Les races et les langues de l'Oceanie. Paris Ernest Leroux Ed. Le Ruy, imprimerie Marchesson fils, boulevard Saint Laurent. 23-71 pp. 17 cm. Custodio Andres: Custodio's method for learning english written for the visayan people. 238 pp. 15.5 cm. Daluz, Eusebio: Ag kadalisayan fig wikang tagalog. In "Mulig Pagsilag," May 14, 16, 17, 24, 25, 1904. Sagutan tungkol sa wikag tagalog. In "Mulig Pagsilag." Manila, Oct. 22, 1904. Delgado, Juan: De las letras y policia de los naturales de estas islas. In "Historia general sacro-profana, politica y natural de las Islas del Poniente llamadas Filipinas. Manila, Imp. de "El Eco de Filipinas de D. Juan Atayde-Calle Dulumbayan, Num. 4, 1892." pp. 331-337. Dennys, N. B.: A descriptive dictionary of British Malaya. London. Printed by Woodfall and Kinder, 1894. 423 pp. 21 cm. Diccionario Espaiol-Ibanag 6 sea Tesauro Hispano-Cagayan, sacado de los manuscritos antiguos, y nuevamente corregido y afiadido en gran parte por dos religiosos dominicos ministros en aquella provincia. Manila Imp. de Ramirez y Giraudier 1867. 511 pp. 22.5 cm. Diccionario general de las Islas Filipinas. Imp. de Amigos del Pais. Manila, 1887. 180 pp. 16.5 cm. Doherty, David J.: Notes on Filipino dialects. Chicago, 582 La Salle Ave. 21. 20.5 cm. Dos palabras sobre el idioma Ysinag. In "La Politica de Espafia en Filipinas." Jan. 15, 1895. p. 2 1. Dulaurier, Ed.: Des langues et de la literature de l'archipel d'Asie sour la report politique et commercial. Impremerie de H. Fournier et Cie. 1841. 52 pp. 23.5 cm. Dulaurier, Ed.: Des langues oceaniennes considerees sour le rapport ethnographique et Philologique. Discours prononce le 17 Decembre de 1849 a l'ecole speciale des languages orientales vivantes, dans la dance d'auverture du cours de langues et de litteratures malayes et javanaises. Paris Imprime par E. Thunt & Cie. Rue Racine 26. 43 pp. 20 cm. Elvin, E. H.: Hand Book of Spanish and English. Manila, 1898. 72 pp. 21.5 cm. Encarnacion, Juan Felix de la: Diccionario Bisaya-Espaiol. Manila Imp. de los Amigos del Pais, a cargo de M. Sanchez, 1851. 573 pp. 24.5 cm. Diccionario Bisaya-Espafiol. Tercera edici6n. Aumentada con mas de tres mil voces. Manila Tip. de Amigos del Pais. Calle de Anda, Num. 1, 1885. 437 pp. 32.5 cm. Diccionario Espafiol-Bisaya. Tercera edici6n. Aumentada con mas de tres mil voces. Manila Tip. de Amigos del Pais. Calle de Anda 1. 1885. 349 pp. 32.5 cm. Encina, Francisco: Arte de la lengua Cebuana. Impreso en la Imp. de D. J. M. Dayot por Tomas Oliva. Ano de 1836. Manila. 616 pp. 8 ln. n. 19 cm. -.- Gramatica Bisaya-cebuana. Manila, Imp. de Amigos del Pais, Calle Real, num. 7, esquina a la de Palacio, 1885. 44 pp. 1 1. 23 cm. Ezgverra, Domingo: Arte de la Lengua Bisaya de la Provincia de Leyte. Tiene enxeridas algunas advertencias de la lengua de Zebu, y Bool: las de Zebu seialadas con la letra z, y las de Bool con la letra B, y juntamente algunos adverbios con fu vfo para hablar con elegancia Reimpressa con las licencias necessarias en Manila en la Imp. de la Compafia de Jesus, por D. Nicolas de la Cruz Bagay. Anio 1747. 3 1. 88 p. 20.5 cm.

Page  157 ( ii 7 a a Ij&1 *"lNt!t OF MttctQAn. THE GOVERNMENT OF THE PHILIPPINE ISLANDS DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION PHILIPPINE LIBRARY 6EXCH N BULLETIN OF THE PHILIPPINE LIBRARY VOLUME I JUNE, 1913 NUMBER 10 CONTENTS BAGUIO BRANCH OF THE PHILIPPINE LIBRARY- - - - 159 160 DUPLICATES IN THE FILIPINIANA DIVISION OFFERED FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE --- 160 162 RECENT ACCESSIONS 162 175 LIST OF WORKS IN THE FILIPINIANA DIVISION RELATING TO THE STUDY OF THE LINGUISTICS OF THE PHILIPPINE ISLANDS. PART III - 175 176 MANILA BUREAU OF PRINTING 1913 119032

Page  158 PHILIPPINE LIBRARY BOARD Ex officio: NEWTON W. GILBERT, Secretary of Public Instruction DEAN C. WORCESTER, Secretary of the Interior GREGORIO ARANETA, Secretary of Finance and Justice Appointive: GRANT T. TRENT, Justice of the Supreme Court LAWRENCE E. GRIFFIN, Associate Professor of Zoology, and Dean, College of Liberal Arts, University of the Philippines Secretary: MCQUEEN S. WIGHTMAN. PHILIPPINE LIBRARY OFFICERS JAMES A. ROBERTSON, Librarian SYRENA MCKEE, Chief Cataloguer BESSIE A. DWYER, Chief, Circulating Division (American Circulating Library) MANUEL ARTIGAS Y CUERVA, Curator, Filipiniana Division 158

Page  159 BULLETIN OF THE PHILIPPINE LIBRARY ublifibtb monttji bp ti e t bilippinc tibrarp Manila, p. S. VOL. I JUNE, 1913 NO. 10 The library is open daily in its various divisions as follows: Circulating Division (American Circulating Library), 8 a. m. to 9 p. m. Periodical Division, 8 a. m. to 9) p. m. Filipiniana Division, 7.30 a. m. to 4.30 p. m., Monday to Friday; 7.30 a. m. to 12.30 p. m., Saturday. Public Documents Division, 8 a. m. to 5 p. m., Monday to Friday; 8 a. in. to 1 p. m., Saturday. Scientific Division (Bureau of Science), 7.30 a. In. to 9 p. m., Monday to Friday; 7.30 a. m. to 5 p. in. Saturday; 9 a. m. to 12 noon Sundays and holidays. Law Division (Supreme Court),8 a. m. to 12.30 p. m., Monday to Friday; 8 a. m. to 1 p. m. Saturday. A fee of five pesos per annum or fifty centavos per month is charged for the l)rivilcge of drawing books from the Circulating Division (American Circulating Library). The privileges of the periodical and reference rooms are free to all. Books of the Filipiniana and Public Documents divisions may be consulted free In the library. If sufficient notice be given before the hour for closing the two latter divisions, books will be reserved for readers at the charging desk of the Circulating Division (American Circulating Library). BAGUIO BRANCH, PHILIPPINE LIBRARY By Emma 0. Elmer With the removal of the Insular Government offices from Manila to Baguio, came the greater need of a library in the latter place. Of the 800 or 900 officers and employees of the Government sent to Baguio, many were regular readers in the Philippine Library in Manila; and permanent residents of Baguio were provincial subscribers. In March, 1910, at the opening of the official season, the Philippine Library, a Government institution, sent a part of its personnel and approximately 1,000 books from the Circulating Division (American Circulating Library) to Baguio. The books were largely fiction, history, and travel, but all classes were included. At the close of the season the books were returned to Manila, and books in larger numbers each succeeding year were sent to the branch for the official seasons of 1911, 1912, and 1913. 119032-2 159

Page  160 160 DUPLICATES IN THE FILIPINIANA DIVISION An attractive feature of the branch in 1912, and especially in 1913, was the carefully selected lot of books from the Filipiniana division. Many of these are published in foreign and in the native languages. These books were very popular and in constant circulation. At the close of the official season of 1912, a goodly per cent of the books were left at Baguio, and, while no permanent branch was created, authority was granted to the residents of Baguio and the surrounding country to draw books. During the remainder of the year the book room was open for two hours twice each week. The books left in the branch during 1912 were supplemented by others from Manila for the 1913 official season, so there are at present nearly 2,400 books available to the public. No other papers than the Manila papers, and no magazines, have been sent from the periodical division; and so far the public documents division has contributed nothing at all. The library was housed first in a large room on the lower floor of the Department of Commerce and Police building facing Engineer Hill. The second year it was moved into rooms on the second floor of the same building. The view from these rooms is beautiful. A sunken garden, a rustic bridge overgrown with endemic vines, the pine-covered hills, and shrubby ravines are in the foreground; and in the distance stand stately Mirador and other mountains with rugged outcroppings, beyond which the sun sets in unrivalled splendor. In April of this year, a general rearrangement of offices in several of the Government buildings was made, and the library was moved to the Department of Interior building on the opposite side of Government Center. The change has been an advantageous one, the quarters assigned to the library being larger, better-lighted rooms than the former ones. The usefulness and popularity of the Baguio branch has been satisfactorily demonstrated. The residents of Baguio, the miner in the fastnesses of the mountains, the Government man away on a long and lonely tour of duty into the interior, the tourist, and others, have turned to the inviting little library for the companionship and entertainment its books have never failed to give. DUPLICATES IN THE FILIPINIANA DIVISION OFFERED FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE MacClintock, Samuel: The Phil- Mallat, J.: Les Philippines, Hisippines. A Geographical Reader. toire, Geographie, Maeurs agriculNew York American Book Com- ture, industrie et commerce des pany, 1903. 105 pp. 18.5 cm. colonies espagnoles dans l'Oceanie. P a r i s Imprimerie de Madame Malo de Luque, Eduardo: His- Veuve., 1846. 2 vols. 23.5 cm. toria politica de los establecimien- Manual de la infancia para las tos ultramarinos de las naciones clases de enseianza primaria. For europeas. En Madrid. Por D. los PP. de la Compafiia de Jesus. Antonio de Sancha. A n o de Tip.-Lit. de Chofre y Comp. 1MaMDCCLXXXIV. 5 vols. 20 cm. nila. 50 pp. 17 cm.

Page  161 DUPLICATES IN THE FILIPINIANA DIVISION 161 Marcilla y Martin, Cipriano: Estudio de los antiguos alfabetos. Malabon Tip. Lit. del Asilo de Huer-,fanos, 1895. 107 pp. 8 plates. 29.5 cm. Marche, Alfred: Lucon et Palaouan six annees de voyages aux Philippines. Ouvrage contenant 68 gravures et 2 cartes. Paris Libraire Hachette et Cie., 79 Boulevard Saint Germain, 1887. 406 pp. 19 cm. Marin y Morales, Valentin: Ensayo de una sintesis de los trabajos realizados por las comunidades religiosas espaiolas de Filipinas. Manila, Imp. de Sto. Tomas, 1901. 2 vols. 22 cm. Martinez, Graciano: Memorias del cautiverio de la revoluci6n filipina. Manila, Imp. del Colegio de Sto. Tomas, 1900. 232 pp. 1 1. 21 cm. Martinez de Zufiga; Joaquin: Estadismo de las Islas Filipinas 6 mis viajes por este pais. Publica esta obra por primera vez extensamente anotada W. E. Retana. Madrid, 1893. 2 vols. 21 cm. Historia de las Islas Filipinas. Imp. en Sampaloc; Por Fr. Pedro Arguelles de la Concepci6n, Religioso Francisco. Afio de 1803. 687 pp. 20 cm. Martinez Vigil, Ramon: La antigua civilizacion de Filipinas. Of "La Espania Moderna," pp. 86-95; 5-14 and 5-20, Apr.-June, 1891. 25.5 cm. La Orden de Predicadores. Sus glorias en santidad, apostolado, ciencias, artes y gobierno de los pueblos, seguidas del ensayo de una Biblioteca de Dominicos espafioles. Madrid, 1884. Imp. de Antonio Perez Dubrull, Flor Baja, 22-430 Pp. 1 1. 20.5 cm. Mas, Sinibaldo de: Informe sobre el estado de las Islas Filipinas, en 1842. Madrid, 1843. 2 vols. 21 cm. Medio, Pedro N. de: Discurso leido en la apertura de la Real y Pontificia Universidad de Santo Tomas de Manila, el dia 2 de Julio de 1886. Manila, Imp. del Colegio de Sto. Tomas, 1896. 143, Ixiv, pp. 30 cm. Medina, J. T.: El Tribunal del Santo Oficio de la Inquisicion en las Islas Filipinas. Santiago de Chile, Imp. Elzeveriana, 1899. 190 p. 19.5 cm. Medina, J. T.: La Imprenta en Manila desde sus 6rigines hasta 1810. Santiago de Chile. Imp. y grab. en casa del autor. 1896. 279 pp. 28 cm. Memoria complementaria de la Seccion 2a. del Programa. Pobladores aborigenes, razas existentes y sus variedades. Religi6n, usos y costumbres de los habitantes de Filipinas. Manila, Imp. del Colegio de Sto. Tomas, 1887. (To the head.) Exposicion general de las Islas Filipinas, 1887. Comision Central de Manila. 352 pp. 22.5 cm. Memorial elevado a Su Santidad el Papa Leon XIII, por el pueblo filipino. Manila, Imp. La Democracia, 1900. 13 pp. 27 cm. M e n d i o l a, Enrique: Instituto Burgos. Discurso leido en la apertura de estudios academicos el 12 de Junio de 1910. Manila, Y. F., Imp. de L. Cribe, Crespo, 101, 1910. 30 pp. 1 1. 22.5 cm. Merrill, Elmer, Dr.: A review of the identifications of the species described in Blanco's Flora de Filipinas. Manila, Bureau of Public Printing, 1905. 132 pp. 23 cm. Miguel, Gregorio: Estudio sobre las Islas Carolinas. Comprende la historia y geografia de los 35 grupos que forman el archipielago carolino, seguido de la descripcion de todas las Islas del Oceano Pacifico, situadas entre el Ecuador y el paralelo 10e. N. Se acompaia al presente estudio un atlas con las cartas, planos topograficos y cr6quis de todas

Page  162 162 RECENT ACCESSIONS las islas del archipielago carolino. Madrid, Imp. de Jose Perales y Martinez. 1887. 207 pp. 24 cm. Military Notes of the Philippines. Washington, Government Printing Office, 1898. 314 pp. 50 maps. 23 cm. Miller, John Maurice: Philippine Folklore Stories. Boston, U. S. A. The Athenaeum Press, 1904. 128 pp. 18.5 cm. Miller, Hugo H.: Philippine Hats. Manila, Bureau of Printing, 1910. 60 pp. 2 n. 21 plates. 23 cm. Minguella, Toribio: Ensayo de G r a m t i ca Hispano-Tagala. Manila, Estab. Tip. de Plana y Comp., 1878. 302 pp. 20 cm. Mirasol Dionisio M.: Vocabulario 6 Manual de Dialogos en espaiolbisaya. Corregido, reformado y extensamente aumentado por M. Perfecto. Tercera Parte. Manila, Imp. del Colegio de Sto. Tomas. 84 pp. 16.5 cm. RECENT ACCESSIONS (HISTORY INCLUDING POLITICAL ECONOMY, TRAVEL AND DESCRIPTION, ETC.) Gardiner, Samuel Rawson: History of the commonwealth and protectorate, 1649-1656. New ed. Lond., N. Y. [etc.], Longmans, 1903. 4 v. 942.06G169h Geil, William Edgar: Eighteen capitals of China. Lond., Constable, 1911. [xx], 429 p. 915.1G276e -The great wall of China. N. Y., Sturgis & Walton, 1909. xvi, 393 p. 915.1G276g Hart, Hastings Hornell, ed.: Juvenile court laws in the United States; A summary by states, by T. J. Homer; A topical abstract, by Grace Abbott; and The juvenile court law of Monroe Country, N. Y. N. Y., Charities pub. cor., 1910. [viii], 150 p. (Russell Sage Foundation.) 364H25 Hazell's annual for 1912; a record of the men and movements of the time; rev. to Nov. 25th., 1911.. ed. by Hammond Hall. Lond., Hazell, 1912. v. 27. R030H33 Hemmeon, Joseph Clarence: The history of the British post office. Cambridge, Harvard univ., 1912. [xii], 261 p. (Harvard econ. stud., v. 7.) 383H37 Hillis, Newell Dwight: The battle of principles; a study of the heroism and eloquence of the anti slavery conflict. N. Y., Chic. [etc.], Revell, c1912. 334 p. 326H559 Longford, Joseph Henry: The story of Korea. Lond., Leipsic, Unwin, 1911. [ix], 400 p. 951.9L865 Ogg, Frederic Austin: Social progress in contemporary Europe. N. Y., Macmillan, 1912. [viii], 384 p. 330.90g3 Statesman's year-book; statistical and historical annual of the states of the world for the year 1912; ed. by J. S. Keltie. Lond., Macmillan, 1912. v. 49. R305St29 BIOGRAPHY Abbott, Jacob: History of Cleopatra, queen of Egypt. N. Y. & Lond., Harper, 1899. [xii], 318 p. 920.7C594 --- History of Darius the Great. N. Y. & Lond., Harper, 1899. 286 p. 921D248a - Darius the Great. N. Y. & Lond., Harper, 1900. 286 p. (Markers of hist.) 921D248al History of Julius Caesar. N. Y. & Lond., Harper, 1899. [xii], [13], 278 p. 921C116a -- History of King Charles the first of England. N. Y., W. L. Allison co., n. d. 235 p. 921C38la

Page  163 RECENT ACCESSIONS 163 Abbott, Jacob: History of King Charles the second of England. N. Y. & Lond., Harper, 1899. [xii], [13], 304 p. 921C3811a Abbott, John Stevens Cabot: Christopher Carson, known as Kit Carson. N. Y., Dodd, 1898. x, [9], 348 p. 921C2396 --- Daniel Boone the pioneer of Kentucky. N. Y., Dodd, c1872. viii, [9], 331 p. (Amer. pioneers and patriots.) 921B6444a -George Washington; or, Life in America one hundred years ago. N. Y., Dodd, c1875. 4, [9], 360 p. (Amer. pioneers and patriots.) 921W277ab History of Hernando Cortez. N. Y., Harper, 1855. 348 p. 921C818a - istory of Joseph Bonaparte, King of Naples and of Italy. N. Y., Harper, c1869. viii, [9], 391 p. 921B64a The life and adventures of Rear-Admiral John Paul Jones, commonly called Paul Jones. N. Y., Dodd, c1874. [xii], [9], 359 p. (Amer. pioneers and patriots.) 921J718a Napoleon at St. Helena; or, Interesting anecdotes and remarkable conversations of the emperor during the five and a half years of his captivity. N. Y., Harper, 1855. xii, 13, 662 p. 921N16abn Abrantes, Mme Laure (Permon) Junot, duchesse d': Memoirs of Napoleon, his court and family. N. Y., Appleton, 1895. 2 v. 921N16abr Adams, Charles Kendall: Christopher Columbus, his life and his work. N. Y., Dodd, 1905. [xvi], 261 p. (Makers of America.) 921C717a Adams, Oscar Fay: The story of Jane Austen's life. Chic., McClurg, 1891. 6 p., 1., 277 p. 920.7Au74a Ainger, Alfred: Crabbe..Y., Lond., Macmillan, 1903. [x], 210 p. (Eng. men of letters, ed. by J. Morley.) 921C84a Allen, Alexander Vlets Griswold: Life and letters of Phillips Brooks. N. Y., Dutton, 1901. 3 v. 921B7918al Arbuthnot, Sir Alexander John: Lord Clive; the foundation of British rule in India. N. Y., Longmans, 1899. [xxiv], 318 p. (Builders of Great Britain.) 921C619a Arnold, Isaac Newton: The life of Abraham Lincoln. Ed. 6. Chic., McClurg, 1893. 471 p. 921L638ar Arnold, Matthew: Letters of Matthew Arnold; 1848-1888. Collected and arranged by G. W. E. Russell. N. Y. & Lond., Macmillan, 1900. xiv, 442 p. 921Ar65al Baber, (Zehir-Eddin Mohammed) emperor of India: Memoirs of Baber; emperor of India; first of the great moghuls; being an abridgment, with an introd., supplementary notes, and some account of his successors by F. C. Talbot. Lond., A. L. Humphreys, 1909. 2 p. 1., [xvi], 245 p. 921B116at Badeau, Adam: Military history of Ulysses S. Grant, from April, 1861, to April, 1865. N. Y., Appleton, 1885. 3 v. 921G767b Bain, Robert Nisbet: Charles XII, and the collapse of the Swedish empire, 1682-1719. N. Y., Lond., Putnam, 1895. [xx], 320 p. (Heroes of the nations). 921C3816b - Charles XII, and the collapse of the Swedish empire. 1899. [xx], 320 p. (Heroes of the nations.) 921C3816b1 Bardeen, Charles William: A little fifer's war diary with an introd. by N. M. Butler. Syracuse, C. W. Bardeen, 1910. 329 p. 921B2357 Barrett, John: Admiral George Dewey; a sketch of the man. N. Y. & Lond., Harper, 1899. [xiv], [280] p. 921D515b

Page  164 164 RECENT ACCESSIONS Bartlett, David W.: The life and public services of Hon.. Abraham Lincoln.. to which is added a biographical sketch of Hon. Hannibal Hamlin. Auth. ed. N. Y., Derby & Jackson, 1860. vii, [14]. 354 p. 921L638ba Bashkirtseff, Marie Konstantinovna: Marie Bashkirtseff; the journal of a young artist, 1860-84; tr. by Mary J. Serrano. N. Y., Cassell, c1889. viii, 434 p. 920.7B2916 Bates, David Homer: Lincoln in the telegraph office; recollections of the United States military telegraph corps during the civil war. N. Y., Cent., 1907. viii, 432 p. 921L638be Batt, John Herridge: Dr. Barnardo; the foster-father of "Nobody's children;" a record and an interpretation, with an appreciation by His Grace, the Duke of Argyll, K. T. Lond., Partridge, 1904. xi, 196 p. 921B257b Belloc, Hilaire: Danton, a study. N. Y., Scribner, 1902. [xvi], 440 p. 921D236b Bernhardt, Sarah (Rosine Bernard): Memories of my life, being my personal, professional, and social recollections as woman and artist. N. Y., Appleton, 1907. xvi, 456 p. 920.7B457 Bettany, George Thomas: Life of Charles Darwin. Lond., W. Scott, n. d. 176, xxxi p. (Great writers.) 921D259b Bigelow, John, 1817-1911: William Cullen Bryant. Bost. & N. Y., Houghton, 1897. [viii], 355 p. (Amer. men of letters.) 921B841b Binns, Henry Bryan: Abraham Lincoln. Lond., Dent., N. Y., Dutton, 1907. [xiv], 379 p. (Temple biog.) 921L638bi Birrell, Augustine: Life of Charlotte Bronte. Lond., Scott, n. d. 186, vii p. (Great writers.) 920.7B7893b Bismarck, Otto Eduard Leopold, prince von: Bismarck's letters to his wife from the seat of war, 1870 -71; tr. by Armin Harder; with an introd. by Walter Littlefield. N. Y., Appleton, 1903. [xiv], 145 p. 921B5424 Blackie, John Stuart: Life of Robert Burns. Lond., W. Scott, 1888. [x], 183, xli p. (Great writers.) 921B937b Blowitz, Henry Georges Stephane Adolphe Opper de: Memoirs of M. de Blowitz. N. Y., Doubleday, 1905. x, 321 p. 921B6238 Bourrienne, Louis Antoine Fauvelet de: Memoirs of Napoleon Bonaparte... to which are added an account of the important events of the hundred days, of Napoleon's surrender to the English, and of his residence and death at St. Helena... ed. by R. W. Phipps. Rev. ed. N. Y., Crowell, n. d. 4 v. in 2. 921N16bo Boutet de Monvel, Roger: Beau Brummell and his times; with a chapter on Dress and the dandies, by Mary Craven. Lond., Nash, 1908. 199 p. 921B834 Boutwell, George Sewall: Reminiscenses of sixty years in public affairs. N. Y., McClure, 1902. 2 v. 921B669 Brady, Cyrus Townsend: Commodore Paul Jones. N. Y., Appleton, 1900. [xvi], 480 p. (Great commanders.) 921J718b Bryce, James: William Ewart Gladstone; his characteristics as man and statesman. N. Y., Century, 1898. 4 p. 1., 104 p. 921G455b Buell, founder history. Augustus C.: Paul Jones, of the American navy; a N. Y., Scribner, 1901. 2 v. 921J718bu - Paul Jones, founder of the American navy; a history. N. Y., Scribner, 1902. 2 v. 921J718bul Paul Jones, founder of the American navy; a history. N. Y., Scribner, 1903. 2 v. 921J718bu2

Page  165 RECENT ACCESSIONS 165 Burton, Isabel (Arundell) Lady (Mrs. Richard Francis Burton) & Wilkins, W. H.: Romance of Isabel, Lady Burton; the story of her life told in part by herself and in part by W. H. Wilkins. N. Y., Dodd, 1899. 2 v. paged continuously. V. 1: [xviii], 374 p.; v. 2: [x], 375-778 p. 920.7B9546 Caine, Hall: Life of Samuel Taylor Coleridge. Lond., W. Scott, 1887. 154, xxi p. (Great writers.) 921C679c Carlyle, Jane Baillie (Welsh): Letters and memorials of Jane Welsh Carlyle, prepared for publication by Thomas Carlyle; ed. by J. A. Froude. N. Y., Scribner, 1903. 2 v. 920.7C198a Carlyle, Thomas: Reminiscences; ed. by J. A. Froude. N. Y., Harper, 1881. [viii], 337 p. 921C199ar --:Reminiscences; with copious index. N. Y., Harper, 1881. viii, 352 p. 921C199arl Carlyle, Thomas, & R. W. Emerson: The correspondence of Thomas Carlyle and Ralph Waldo Emerson: 1834-1872. Bost., J. R. Osgood & Co., 1883. 2 v. 921C199ac Carpenter, Francis Bicknell: The inner life of Abraham Lincoln; six months at the White House. N. Y., Hurd & Houghton, 1868. vii, [8], 359 p. 921L638c Cary, Edward: George William Curtis. Bost. & N. Y., Houghton, 1899. [x], 343 p. (Amer. men of letters.) 921C943c Cesaresco, Evelyn Lilian (Hazeldine) Martinengo, countess: Cavour. Lond., N. Y., Macmillan, 1904. viii, 222 p. 921C316c Chalmers, George: The life of Daniel Defoe; to which are added a list of Defoe's works arranged chronologically; An appeal to honor and justice. Oxford, printed by D. A. Talboys for T. Tegg, 1841. v. p. 921D362c Cheetham, F. H.: Louis Napoleon and the genesis of the second empire; being a life of the emperor Napoleon III to the time of his election to the presidency of the French republic. Lond., N. Y., Lane, 1909. [xxii], 394 p. 921M161c Chestnut, Mary Boykin (Miller) (Mrs. James Chesnut, jr.): A diary from Dixie... ed. by Isabella D. Martin and Myrta L. Avary. N. Y., Appleton, 1905. xxii, 424 p. 921C426 Chesterton, Gilbert Keith: Charles Dickens; a critical study. N. Y., Dodd, 1906. 4 p. 1., [300], p. 921D555c -- Robert Browning. N. Y., Lond., Macmillan, 1904. [vi], 207 p. (Eng. men of letters.) 921B8213c i II i I Childs, George William: Recollections. Phila., Lippincott, 1890. 404 p. 921C4376 Choate, Joseph Hodges: Abraham Lincoln. N. Y., Crowell, c1901. 38 p. 921L638ch Clarke, Henry Butler: The Cid Campeador, and the waning of the crescent in the west. N. Y., Lond., Putnam, 1897. [xvi], 382 p. (Heroes of the nations.) 921C486c Cleveland, Grover: Letters and addresses of Grover Cleveland; ed. by A. E. Bergh. N. Y., Unit. bk. pub. co., 1909. 499 p. (Unit bks. No. 11.) 921C599al Colman, Henry: European life and manners in familiar letters to friends. Bost., C. C. Little & J. Brown; Lond., J. Petherham, 1849. 2 v. 921C71 Conkling, Alfred Ronald: The life and letters of Roscoe Conkling, orator, statesman, advocate. N. Y., C. L. Webster & Co. 1889. [xvi], 709 p. 921C7616c Constant, Louis Constant Wairy: Memoirs of Constant, first valet de chambre of the emperor, on the private life of Napoleon, his family and his court; tr. by Elizabeth G. Martin; with a preface to the English ed. by Imbert de Saint-Amand. N. Y., Scribner, 1895. 4 v. 921N16c

Page  166 166 RECENT ACCESSIONS Cook, Ernest Thomas: Life of John Ruskin. N. Y., Macmillan; Lond., G. Allen & Co., 1911. 2 v. 921R897c Coppee, Henry: Life and services of Gen. U. S. Grant. N. Y., Richardson & Co., 1868. 1-[456], [557]-566 p. 921G767c Cornwallis-West, Jennie (Jerome), (Lady Randolph Churchill, afterwards Mrs. George CornwallisWest): The reminiscences of Lady Randolph Churchill. N. Y., Century, 1908. [xiv], 470 p. 920.7C816 Cossio y Cisneros, Evangelina Betancourt: The story of Evangelina Cisneros... told by herself; Her rescue, by Karl Decker; introd. by Julian Hawthorne. N. Y., Continental pub. co., 1898. 257 p. 920.7C822 Creelman, James: Diaz, master of Mexico. N. Y. & Lond., Appleton, 1911. [x], [442] p. 921D543e Croker, John Wilson: The correspondence and diaries of the late John Wilson Croker; ed. by L. J. Jennings. N. Y., Scribner, 1884. v. 1. 921C878 Croly, George: Memoir of the political life of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke; with extracts from his writings. Edin., W. Blackwood & sons; Lond., T. Cadell, 1840. 2 v. 921B9176c Crosland, Camilla Dufour (Toulmin), (Mrs. Newton Crosland): Landmarks of a literary life, 1820 -1892. N. Y., Scribner, 1893. [xii], 298 p. 920.7C8838 Crosse, Cornelia A. H. (Mrs. Andrew Crosse): Red-letter days of my life. Lond., R. Bentley & Son, 1892. 2 v. 920.7C8846 Curran, William Henry: The life of the Right Honorable John Philpot Curran... with additions and notes by R. S. Mackenzie. N. Y., W. J. Widdleton, p. 1855. x, 535 p. 921C936c Cusack, Mary Francis Clare (Nun of Kenmare): [The nun of Kenmare; an autobiography.] n. t. p. xx, 556 p. 920.7C951 Custer, George Armstrong: My life on the plains; or, Personal experiences with Indians. N. Y., Sheldon & Co., 1874. 256 p. 921C967a Cuyler, Theodore Ledyard: Recollections of a long life; an autobiography. N. Y., Baker & T., [1902]. [x], 356 p. 921C99 Darwin, Charles Robert: Charles Darwin; his life told in an autobiographical chapter and in a selected series of his published letters; ed. by his son Francis Darwin. N. Y., Appleton, 1893. [x], 365 p. 921D259a The life and letters of Charles Darwin including an autobiographical chapter; ed. by his son Francis Darwin. N. Y., Appleton, 1898-99. 2 v. 921D259al Daudet, Alphonse: Memories of a man of letters; Thirty years in Paris. Bost., Little, c1899. [liv] 264, + [v]-xlii, 267 p. (Novels and romances of Alphonse Daubet.) 921D265a Davis, Henry William Carless: Charlemagne (Charles the Great), the hero of two nations. N. Y., Lond., Putnam, 1900. [xviii], 338 p. (Heroes of the nations.) 921C379d Defoe, Daniel: History of the life and surprising adventures of Mr. Duncan Campbell; with the author's preface, and an introd. by G. H. Maynadier. N. Y., Crowell, c1903. xxxviii, [316] p. (Wark~ of Daniel Defoe, v. 4.) 921C1536d De Quincy, Thomas: Biographical and historical essays. N. Y., Hurd & Houghton; Bost., Houghton; [etc. etc.], 1878. vi, [7]-620 p. 920D443b

Page  167 RECENT ACCESSIONS 167 De Quincy: Confessions of an English opium-eater, and kindred papers. Best., Houghton, Osgood & Co., 1878. xiii, [14]-615 p. 921D443c3 Dickens, Charles: Charles Dickens as editor; being letters written by him to William Henry Wills, his sub-editor; selected & ed. by R. C. Lehmann. N. Y., Sturgis & Walton, 1912. [xx], 404 p. 921D555al Duclaux, Agnes Mary Frances (Robinson) Darmesteter: Emily Bronte. Bost., Roberts, 1883. viii, 315 p. (Famous women.) 920.7B7894d Erskine, John: Leading American novelists. N. Y., Holt, 1910. viii, 378 p. front., ports. 920Er85 F a r r a r, Frederick William: Lives of the Fathers; sketches of church history in biography. N. Y., Macmillan, 1889. 2 v. 920F2431 Men I have known. N. Y., & Bost., Crowell, c1897. iv, 292 p. front., illus., ports., pl. 920F243m Ferrero, Guglielmo: Women of the Caesars. N. Y., Century, 1911. x, 337 p. front., pl. 920.7F414 Forbes, Archibald: Colin Campbell, Lord Clyde. Lond., & N. Y., Macmillan 1895. viii, 222 p. front. (por). English men of action. 921C6298f Francis, G. H.: Orators of the age. N. Y., Harper, 1847. vi, 314 p. 920F847 Gibbins, Henry de Beltgens: English social reformers. Lond., Methuen, 1902. vi, 229 p. 920G352s Great generals by great authors. N. Y., Allinson Co., n. d. v. p. 920C7984 Grey, Charles, comp.: The early years of his royal highness the prince consort; comp. under the direction of her majesty the Queen. N. Y., Harper, 1867. [xxiv.] 371 p., front., ports. 921Al14g Hamel, salons. xvi, 247 p. Frank: N. Y., front., Famous French Bretano, 1908. illus., ports. pl., 920.7H177 Hannay, David: Admiral Blake. N. Y., Appleton, 1886. vi, 149 p. (English worthies, ed. by Andrew Lang.) 921B5816h Hensman, Howard: Cecil Rhodes; a study of a career. N. Y., & Lond., Harper, 1902. xii, 382 p., front., illus., ports., fold map. 921R346h Higginson, Thomas Wentworth: Contemporaries. B os t., & N. Y., Houghton, 1899. 379 p. 920H535c Holland, Rupert Sargent: Builders of United Italy. N. Y., Holt, c1908. viii, 349 p. front., ports. 920H719 Hosmer, James Kendall: Samuel Adams. Bost., & N. Y., Houghton, 1896. [xvi] 442 p. (Amer. statesmen.) 921Ad196h Hubbard, Elbert: L i t t e journeys to the homes of eminent orators. East Aurora, N. Y., Roycrofters, 1903. v. p. fronts, ports. 920H861 Hume, Martin Andrew Sharpe: Wives of Henry the VIII and the part they played in history. N. Y., McClure, 1905. xii, 467 p. front., ports. 920.7H882w Imbert de Saint-Amand, Arthur Leon, baron: The duchess of Angouleme and the two restorations; tr. by James Davis. N. Y., Scribner, 1902. vi, 403 p., front., (port). 920.7An47i The youth of the duchess Angouleme. tr. by Elizabeth G. Martin. N. Y., Scribner, 1899. [viii] 316 p. front. (port). 920.7An47iy Women of Versailles; court of Louis XIV. N. Y., Scribner, 1902. vi, 266 p. front., port. 920.7Imlw

Page  168 168 RECENT ACCESSIONS Imbert de Saint-Amand, Arthur Leon: Women of Versailles; court of Louis XV. N. Y., Scribner, 1903. vi, 285 p. front., port. 920.7Imlwm -Women of Versailles; last years of Louis XV. N. Y., Scribner, 1902. iv, 220 p. front., ports. 920.7Imlwo Jenkins, John Stilwell: Heroines of history. Auburn and Rochester, (N. Y.), Alden & Beardsley, 1857. vi, 520 p. front., ports. 920.7J417h Johnson, Willis Fletcher: Life of James G. Blaine, "The Plumed Knight;" e d i t o r, representative, speaker, senator, cabinet minister, diplomat, and true patriot... n. p., Atlantic pub. co., 1893. 578 p., front., illus., ports. 921E574j Johnston, Charles Haven Ladd: F a m o us cavalry leaders. Bost., Page, c1908. 393 p. front., illus., ports. pl. 920J642f Lamed, Joseph Nelson: A study of greatness in men. Bost., Houghton, 1911. 303 p. 920L326 Lawton, Frederick: Balzac.. Lond., Richards, [1910]. xi, 388 p., front., illus., ports. 921B2191 Lee, Sidney: Great Englishmen of the sixteenth century. N. Y., S c r i b n e r, c1904. xxiii, 337 p., front., ports. 920L5153g Life of the angelic doctor St. Thomas Aquinas of the order of friar preachers; by a father of the same order. N. Y., D. & J. Sadlier, 1881. vi, 186 p. 921Aq55 Lockhart, John Gibson: Memoirs of the life of Sir Walter Scott, bart. Edinburgh, R. Cadell; Lond., Houlston & Stoneman, 1848. 10 v. fronts., ports., 1 facsim. 921Sco861 Lord, John: Great women. N. Y., Fords, Howard & Hulbert, c1885. 522 p. (Beacon lights of hist. v. 5.) 920.7L884g Warriors and statesmen. N. Y., Fords, Howard & Hulbert, 1886. 495 p. (Beacon lights of hist. v. 4.) 920L884w Lyall, Sir Alfred Comyn s: Warren Hastings. Lond., & N. Y., Macmillan, 1902. vi, 235 p., front. (port), map. (English men of action.) 921H27961 Macaulay, T h o m a s Babington Macaulay, 1st.' baron: Biographies. Ed. 27. N. Y., Macmillan, 1894. 263 p. 920M1194 Maitland, Louise: Heroes of chivalry. N. Y., Bost., (etc.), Silver, c1903. xvii, 238 p., front,, pl. (Stories of heroes.) +920M287 Matthews, James Brander, & Hutton Lawrence, ed.: Life and art of Edwin Booth and his contemporaries. Bost., Page, 1907. 4 p. 1., 317 p., front., ports. 92014321 Mauris, Maurice: French men of letters. N. Y., Appleton, 1896. 263 p. 920M447f Morse, John Torrey, jr.: John Adams. Bost., & N. Y., Houghton, 1888. vi, 337 p. (Amer. statesmen.) 921Adl8m Morse, John Torrey, jr.: John Quincy Adams. Bost., & N. Y., Houghton, 1899. [x], 331 p. (Amer. statesmen.) 921Ad181m Ober, Frederick Albion: Ferdinand Magellan. N. Y., & Lond., Harper, 1907. x, 301 p., front. (port.), illus., map. (Heroes of Amer. hist.) 921127o Osler, William: Alabama student a and other biographical essays. Ed. 2. N. Y., Oxford Univ. press, Amer. branch; Lond., H. Frowde, 1909. 334 p., front., illus., pl., ports. 9200s5 Owen, Mrs. Octavius Freire: Heroines of history. N. Y., Carlton & Porter, 1854. 386 p., front., illus. 920.70w2 Parton, James: People's book of biography. Hartford (Conn.), A. S., Hale, 1868. xii, 624 p., front., ports. 920P2586p Pioneers of science in America. Ed. & rev. by William Jay Youmans, N. Y., Appleton, c1896. viii, 508 p., front., ports. 920P6592

Page  169 RECENT ACCESSIONS 169 Plutarchus: Plutarch's 1 i v e s. Ed. 2. Lond., Printed for J. Mawman, (etc., etc.), (C. Baldwin), 1813. 6 v. 920P7461 Price, Lillian Louise: Wandering heroes. N. Y., Bost., (etc.), Silver, c1902. xv, 192 p., front., pl. 920P932 Quincy, Josiah: Figures of the past. Bost., Little, 1910. viii, 404 p. 920Q43 Raymond, H e n ry Jarvis: Life and public services of Abraham Lincoln. N. Y., Derby & Miller, 1865. 808 p., front., pl., ports., facsim. 921L638r Reid, Sir Thomas Wemyss: Charlotte Bronte; a monograph. N. Y., Scribner, Armstrong & Co., 1877. [xviii], 236 p. 920.7B7893r Robins, Edward: B en j am in Franklin, printer, statesman, philosopher, and practical citizen, 1706 -1790. N. Y. & Lond., Putnam, 1898. [x], 354 p. 921F854r Roosevelt, Theodore: T h o m a s Hart. Benton. Bost. & N. Y., Houghton, 1899. vi, 372 p. 921B4466r Ropes, John Codman: The first Napoleon; a sketch, political and military. [Ed. 12.] Bost. & N. Y., Houghton, c1885. [xxiv], 347 p. 921N16r Rose, John Holland: The life of Napoleon I, including new materials from the British official records. N. Y., Lond., Macmillan, 1901. V. I. 921N16ro Rosebery, Archibald Philip Primrose, 5th. earl of: Napoleon the last phase. N. Y., Lond., Harper, 1902. 2 p. 1., [283] p. 921N16rs Russell, George William Erskine: Matthew Arnold. N. Y., Scribner, 1904. [xvi], 265 p. 921Ar65r St. John, Mrs. Horace (Roscoe): Life of Audubon, the naturalist of the new world; his adventures and discoveries. Phila., Lippincott, c1856. xxiv, 311 p. 921Au29s i Sargent, Epes: Life and public services of Henry Clay down to 1848 by Epes Sargent; ed. and completed at Mr. Clay's death by Horace G r e e l e y. Phila., Coates, c1852. [428] p. 921C579s Sergeant, Philip Walsingham: Cleopatra of Egypt, antiquity's queen of romance. N. Y., Dodd, 1910. xiv, 343 p. 920.7C594s Schmucker, Samuel Mosheim: Memoirs of the court and reign of Catherine the second, empress of Russia; with a brief survey of the Romanoff dynasty embracing the reign of Nicholas, fall of Sevastopal.. Phila., Coates, [1855]. xvi, 17-338 p. 9207C286s Schurz, Carl: Abraham Lincoln; an essay. Bost. & N. Y., Houghton, c1891. 117 p. 921L638s -Life of Henry Clay. Bost. & N. Y., Houghton, 1888. 2 v. (Amer. statesmen.) 921C579sc - Life of Henry Clay. Bost & N. Y., Houghton, 1899. 2 v. (Amer. statesmen.) 921C579scl Scudder, Horace Elisha: Noah Webster. Bost., N. Y., Houghton, 1897. vi, 302 p. (Amer. men of letters.) 921W395s Sharp, William: Life of Robert Browning. Lond., Scott, 1897. 220, xxii p. (Great writers.) 921B8213s Shorter, Clement King: Charlotte Bronte and her circle. N. Y., Dodd, 1896. [xii], 512 p. 920.7B7893s Smith, Goldwin: Cowper. N. Y., Harper, 1880. 4 p. 1., 128 p. (Eng. men of letters.) 921C839s Stoddart, Anna M.: John Stuart Blackie; a biography. Ed. 3, Edin. & Lond., Blackwood, 1895. V. I. 921B565 Storrs, Richard of Clairvaux; the and his work; an in eight lectures. 1901. xvi, 598 p. Salter: Bernard times, the man, historical study N. Y., Scribner, 921B456s

Page  170 * 170 RECENT ACCESSIONS Tarbell, Ida Minerva: He knew Lincoln. N. Y., McClure, 1907. 4 p. 1., [40] p. 921L638t The life of Abraham Lincoln drawn from original sources. N. Y., McClure, 1904. 2 v. 921L638tl Thayer, William Roscoe: The life and times of Cavour. Bost. & N. Y., Houghton, [1911]. 2 v. 921C316t Tollemache, Lionel Arthur: Talks with Mr. Gladstone. N. Y., Lond., [etc.], Longmans. 4 p. 1., 223 p. 921G455t Traill, Henry Duff: Lord Cromer; a biography. N. Y., E: Arnold., 1897. Ex], [11]-351 p. 921C8797t Villefranche, J. M: Life of Dom Bosco, founder of the Salesian society; tr. from the French by Lady Martin. Lond., Burns & Oates ltd., n. d. viii, 353 p. 921B651 Waliszewski, Kazimierz: T h e romance of an empress, Catherine II of Russia; tr. from the French. N. Y., Appleton, 1894. viii, 458 p. 920.7C286w humanity with unreason. N. Y., Century, 1910. xii, 552 p. 920W582s Whittaker, Frederick: A complete life of Gen. George A. Custer. N. Y., Sheldon & co.; Chic., A. G. Nettleton & co.; [etc., etc.], c1876. x, 648 p. 921C967w Williams, Jesse Lynch: Mr. Cleveland; a personal impression. N. Y., Dodd, 1909. 3 p. 1., 75 p. 921C599w Wister, Owen: Ulysses S. Grant. Bost., Small, 1901. [xx], 145 p. (Beacon biog.) 921G767w Young, Filson: Christopher Columbus and the new world of his discovery; a narrative; with a note on the navigation of Columbus's first voyage by the Earl of Dunraven. Ed. 2 & 3. Lond., E. G. Richards, 1906. 2 v. 921C717y Zayas Enriquez, Rafael de: Porfirio Diaz; [tr. from the Spanish by T. Quincy Browne jr.]. N. Y., Appleton, 1908. [x], [282] p. 921D543z RELIGION, PHILOSOPHY, EDUCATION, ETC. Bible: Holy Bible containing the Old and New Testaments: tr. out of the original tongues, being the version set forth A. D. 1611, compared with the most ancient authorities, and revised. Printed for the universities of Oxford and Cambridge. Oxford, Univ. press, 1886. 2 v. in 1. R220B47 New Testament of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ; tr. out of the Greek being the version set forth A. D. 1611, compared with the most ancient authorities, and revised A. D. 1881; together with King James' version, arranged on opposite and corresponding pages. N. Y., Dodd, n. d. [xxiii], [979] p. R225B47n Brown, Charles Reynolds: The modern men's religion. Bost., N. Y., [etc.], Pilgrim press, c1911. viii, 166 p. 252B812m Ward, cer. N. [199] p. Adolphus William: ChauY., Harper, n. d. 4 p. 1., (Eng. men of letters.) 921C393w Washington, Booker Taliaferro: Up from slavery; an autobiography. N. Y., Doubleday, 1901. [x], 330 p. 921W276an Washington, George: Letters and addresses; ed. by Jonas Viles... N. Y., Unit. bk. pub. co., 1908. 489 p. (Unit bks. no. 10.) 921W277a Webster, Daniel: A memorial of Daniel Webster from the city of Boston. Bost., Little, 1853. viii, 270 p. 921W392 Wertheimer, Eduard de: The Duke of Reichstadt (Napoleon II) a biography comp. from new sources of information... [Ed. 2]. Lond., N. Y., Lane, 1906. [xviii], 463 p. 921R2726w White, Andrew Dickson: Seven great statesmen in the warfare of

Page  171 RECENT ACCESSIONS 171 Cobbett, William: History of the protestant reformation in England and Ireland, written in 1824-1827. new ed. rev. with notes and preface by F. A. Gasquet. Auth. Amer. ed. N. Y., [etc.], Benziger, 1897. [xx], 406 p. 274.2C63 Dictionary of the Holy Bible for general use in the study of the Scriptures... N. Y., Amer. tract soc., c1859. 534 p. R220.3Am35 Eddy, Mrs. Mary Morse (Baker) Glover: Science and health with key to the Scriptures. Ed. 183. Bost., J. Armstrong, 1900. xii, 663 p. R289.9Ed2s Fiske, George Walter: Boy life and self-government. N. Y., Association press, 1911. 310 p. 136.77F546 Forbush, William Byron: The boy problem. Ed. 6, rewritten. Bost., N. Y., [etc.] Pilgrim press, c1907. 219 p. 136.77F74 Gilbert, George Holley: Jesus. N. Y., Macmillan, 1912. xii, 321 p. 232.9J49g Hillis, Newell Dwight: The investment of influence; a study of social sympathy and service. Ed. 30. Chic., N. Y., [etc.] Revell, 1909. [299] p. 252H559i Lindsay, Charles Harcourt Ainslee Forbes- (Charles Harcourt, pseud.): The blue book of etiquette for men; a guide to conduct and dress on all occasions. Phila., J. C. Winston co., c1905. vi, 233 p. 395L64 Lindsay, Margaret Osborne (Manning) Forbes- (Mrs. Charles Harcourt, pseud.): The blue book of etiquette for women; a guide to conduct and dress on all occasions. Phila., J. C. Winston co., c1907. [viii], 224 p. 395L641 Parker, Edward Harper: Studies in Chinese religion. Lond., Chapman, 1910. [xii], 308 p. 299.5P224 Renan, Joseph Ernest: Life of Jesus. N. Y., H. W. Bell., 1904. 452 p. (Unit bks. No. 4.) 232.9J49r Sunday problem; its present day aspects, physiological, industrial, social, political, and religious. Bost., J. H. Earle, 1894. 338 p. 263.4Su72 Wagner, Charles: The gospel of life; tr. by Cleveland Palmer. N. Y., McClure, 1905. [viii], 246 p. 252W125g -- -Justice; tr. from the French by Mary L. Hendee. N. Y., McClure, 1905. [xii], 227 p. 170W125j NATURAL HISTORY, AND USEFUL AND FINE ARTS Ames, Azel: Elementary hygiene for the tropics. Bost., Heath, 1902. 180 p. +613Am36 Celleni, Benvenuto: The life of Benvenuto Cellini, newly tr. into English by J. A. Symonds. Ed. 2. N. Y., Scribner, & Welford, 1888, 2 v. B730C331as Conn, Herbert William: Evolution of to-day; a summary of the theory of evolution as held by scientists at the present time, and an account of the progress made by the discussions and investigations of a quarter of a century. N. Y. & Lond., Putnam, 1896. [x], 342 p. 575C76 Towler, Nathaniel Clark, jr.: Starting in life; what each calling offers ambitious boys and young men. Bost., Little, 1910. [xxiv], 411 p. 658F82s Gould, George Milbry: Student's medical dictionary including all the words and phrases generally used in medicine, with their proper pronunciation and definitions; based on recent medical literature... Ed. 11, enl. Phila., Blakiston, 1907. R610.3G72 Holroyd, Sir Charles: Michael Angelo Buonarroti... with tr. of The life of the master, by his scholar, Ascanio Condivi; and Three dialogues from the Portuguese by Francisco D'Ollanda. Lond., Duckworth; N. Y., Scribner, [1911]. [xvi], 301 P. B750B888h

Page  172 172 RECENT ACCESSIONS Johnson, John Butler: Theory and practice of surveying... ed. 17, rewritten by L. S. Smith. N. Y., Wiley; Lond., Champman, 1910. xxxii, 921 p. 52S.9J633t2 Justi, Carl: Michelangelo; beitrage zur erklarung der werke und des menschen. Leipzig, Breitkopf & Hartel, 1900. viii, 430 p. B750B888jg Liszt, Franz: Life of Chopin; tr. from the French by Martha W. Cook. Ed. 2 rev. Phila., F. Leypoldt; N. Y., F. W. Christern, 1863. 202 p. B780C4551 Norse, Sidney Levi: Household discoveries; an encyclopaedia of practical recipes and processes. N. Y., Success co., c1908. [15]-536 p. R640.3M83 Powers, Harry H u n t i n gton: Mornings with masters of art. N. Y., Macmillan, 1912. [xii], 461 p. 704P87m S o w I e, Henrietta ( Henriette, pseud.): I go a-marketing. Bost., Little, 1911. [x], 237 p. 641So94 PHILOLOGY. Bartlett, John Russell: Dictionary of Americanisms; a glossary of words and phrases usually regarded as peculiar to the United States. Ed. 4. enl. Bost., Little, 1896. [xlviii], 813 p. R427.9B284 Beaufront, L. de, & L. Couturat, comp.: English-International dictionary... with the collaboration of P. D. Hugon. Lond., G. Pitman, 1908. [xiv], 271 p. (Linguo internaciona di la deligataro.) R408.9D56b International English dictionary... with a preface by Otto Jespersen. Lond., G. Pitman, 1908. [xxiv], [231] p. (Linguo internaciona di la delegitaro.) R408.9D56bi Robbins, Carolyn M., & R. K. Row: Grammar and composition. Chic., Row, Peterson & co., c1907. xiv, 341 p. (Essential stud. in Eng., bk. 2.) 425R53 LITERATURE Blackstone, Harriet, comp.: New pieces that will take prizes in speaking contests. N. Y., Hinds, c1901. 5 p. 1., 390 p. 808.8B567n Chesterton, Gilbert Keith: Heretics. Lond., N. Y., Lane, 1909. 305 p. 824C426h Choate, Rufus: Addresses and orations. Ed. 8. Bost., Little, 1905. iv, 529 p. 825C451 C I e m e n s, Samuel Langhorne, (Mark Twain, pseud): Is Shakespeare dead; from my autobiography. N. Y., Harper, 1909. 3 p. 1., [150] p. 822.33Ac Davis, Henry Cassell, comp.: Commencement parts; valedictories, salutatories, orations, essays, class poems, ivy orations, toasts; also original speeches and addresses for the national holidays and other occasions. N. Y., Hinds, c1898. xiv, 626 p. 808.8D293 Three minutes declamations for college men. Ed. 4 rev. by Dr. Davis with classified index and index to authors. N. Y., Hinds, c1899. iv, 366 p. 808.8D2931 Depew, Chauncey Mitchell: Life and later speeches of Chauncey M. Depew. N. Y., Cassell, c1894. [xxiv], 510 p. 825D441 Fowler, Henry Thatcher: A history of the literature of ancient Israel, from the earliest times to 135 B. C. N. Y., Macmillan, 1912. [xvi], 392 p. 892F82 Fulton, Robert Irving, & others, ed.: Standard selections; a collection and adaptation of superior productions from best authors for use in class room and on the platform. Bost., N. Y., [etc.] Ginn, c1907. x, 510 p. 808,8F95s Gale, James Scarth: A KoreanEnglish dictionary. Yokohama, Shanghai, [etc.], Kelly & Walsh, 1897. [viii], 1096, 64 p. R495K84g

Page  173 RECENT ACCESSIONS 173 Guerber, Helene Adeline: Stories of Shakespeare's tragedies. N. Y., Dodd, 1911. 5 p. 1., 349 p. 822.33Hg Hallock, Mrs. Ella B.: Introduction to Browning; including eleven poems with hints for study. N. Y., Macmillan, 1912. [vi], 131 p. 821B8214h Hinds & Noble, firm, publishers.: New letter writer; showing the correct structure, composition, punctuation, and uses of the various kinds of letters; to which have been added a classified list of abbreviations, foreign words and phrases most frequently used, and important postal information. N. Y., Hinds, c1897. vi, 161 p. 808.6H58 Johnston, world laughs. per, 1912. 5 Charles: Why the N. Y. & Lond., Harp. 1., 389 p. 827J642 Lee, Sidney Lazarus: Shakespeare and the modern stage, with other essays. N. Y., Scribner, 1906. [xvi], 251 p. 822.33D1 Lucas, Edward Verrall: A little of everything. N. Y., Macmillan, 1912. [x], 239 p. 824L962 Mathews, William: Men, places, and things. Chic., S. C. Griggs & co., 1888. viii, 386 p. 824M426m Morton, Agnes H.: Letter writing; suggestions, precepts and examples for the conduct of business and social correspondence. Rev. ed. Phila., Penn., 1911. 222 p. 808.6M84 Parrott, Thomas Marc: Studies of a booklover. N. Y., Pott, 1904. xii, 301 p. 824P249s Power, John: A handy-book about books, for book-lovers, book-buyers, and book-sellers. Lond., J. Wilson, 1870. [xvi], 217 p. 029P87 Prime, Samuel Irenaus: Irenmeus letters; second series; written... for the New York Observer; with a sketch of the life and death of the author. N. Y., N. Y. Observer, ct885. [viii], 388 p. 824P935 Shurter, Edwin DuBois: Extempore speaking for school and college. Bost., N. Y., [etc.] Ginn, c1908. vi, 178 p. 815Sh93e Smith, Mabell Shippie (Clarke): The spirit of French letters. N. Y., Macmillan, 1912. 5 p. 1., 374 p. 840Sm62 Smith, Sydney: Selections from Sydney Smith; ed., with an introd., by Ernest Rhys. Lond., W. Scott, n. d. [xxiv], 280 p. 824Sm65s Staples, Ernest Linwood: A man of destiny, being the story of Abraham Lincoln; an epic poem. Shelton, Conn., Lincoln pub. co., 1902. 71 p. 821St27m Tarkington, Booth: Beauty and the Jacobin; an interlude of the French revolution. N. Y., Lond., Harper, 1912. 4 p. 1., 100 p. 822T174b Wagner, Charles: Wayside talks; tr. from the French by Gertrude Hall. N. Y., McClure, 1906. [viii], 234 p. 824W125w Whitmore, Clara Helen: Woman's work in English fiction, from the restoration to the mid-Victorian period. N. Y. & Lond., Putnam, 1910. [viii], 309 p. 823W59 RECENT FICTION Adams, Andy: Reed Anthony, cowman; an autobiography. Bost. & N. Y., Houghton, 1907. Adl7r Alexander, Miriam: Port of dreams. N. Y. & Lond., Putnam, 1913. A127p Atkey, Bertram: (Grant Richards): Caviare. Bost. & N. Y., Houghton, 1912. At512c Barr, Robert: Lady Eleanor; law breaker. Chgo. & N. Y., Rand, c1911. B26981 Bazin, Rene: Penitent. Lond., G. Bell, 1912. B348p Benson, Robert Hugh: Coward. Ed. 4. Lond., Hutchinson & Co., n. d. B444c

Page  174 174 RECENT ACCESSIONS B u c h a n a n, Alfred: Modern Heloise. N. Y., Dillingham, c1912. B8512m Crockett, Samuel Rutherford: Smugglers; the odyssey of Zipporah Katti, being some chronicles of the last raiders of Solway. Lond., N. Y., Hodder & Stoughton, [1911]. C8726sm Cullum, Ridgwell: Twins of Suffering Creek. Lond., G. Bell, 1912. C8988tw Fee, Mary Helen: Locusts' years. Chic., McClurg, 1912. F321 Ford, Sewell: Trying out Torchy. N. Y., Clode, c1912. F756tr Gibbon, Percival: Flower 6'the peach. N. Y., Century, 1911. G3528f Goncourt, Edmond Louis Antoine Hout de; and Goncourt, Jules Alfred Huot de,: Germinie Lacerteux. Paris, Lond., and N. Y., Societe des Beaux-arts, 1910. G5868g Graves, Clotilde Inez Mary (Richard Dehan, pseud): Between two thieves. N. Y., Stokes, c1912. G783b Harraden, Beatrice: Out of the wreck I arise. N. Y., Stokes, c1912. H235o Hazard, R. H.: House on stilts: a novel. N. Y., Dillingham, c1910. H337h Hereford, William Richard: Demagog. N. Y., Holt, 1909. H421d Jordan, Elizabeth: May Iverson tackles life. N. Y. and Lond., Harper, 1912. J762ml Kaufman, Jessie: Jewel of the seas. Phila. and Lond., Lippincott, 1912. K1629j King, Basil i. e. William Basil: Street called Straight: a novel, N. Y. and Lond., Harper, 1912. K5803s Lagen, Mary Julia (Huneker); and Ryland, Cally Thomas: Daphne and her lad. N. Y., Holt, n. d. L1358d Lamartine, Alphonse de: Raphael, or, Pages of the book of life at twenty. Paris, Lond., and N. Y., Societe des Beaux-arts. 1910. L163r Lanier, Henry Wysham:. Romance of Piscator. N. Y., Holt, 1904. L272r Lathbury, Eva: Sinking ship. N. Y., Holt, 1909. L347s Locke, William John: Joyous adventures of Aristide Pujol. N. Y., Lamb, 1912. L796j London, Jack: Smoke Bellew. N. Y., Century, 1912. L846sm Luther, Mark Lee: Woman of it. N. Y. and Lond., Harper, 1912. L9774w McCutcheon, George Barr: Hollow of her hand. N. Y., Dodd, 1912. M139ho McGrath, Harold: Place of honeymoons. Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill, c1912. M178pl Morris, Clara: New East Lynne. N. Y., Newton, c1908. M831n Munger, Mrs. Dell H.: Wind before the dawn. N. Y., Doubleday, 1912. M924w Murfree, Mary Noailles (Charles Egbert Craddock, pseud): Raid of the guerilla and other stories. Phila. and Lond., Lippincott, 1912. M942r Norris, Kathleen: Rich Mrs. Burgoyne. N. Y., Macmillan, 1912. N794r Howard, Arthur: Man bucked up: a fact story. Doubleday, 1912. who N. Y., H83m Janvier, Thomas Allibone (Ivory Black, pseud): From the south of France. N. Y., and Lond., Harper, 1912. J269f Johnston, Mary: Cease firing. Bost. and N. Y., Houghton, 1912. J6456c Jones, Susan Carleton (S. Carleton, pseud): Micmac; or, "The ribboned way." N. Y., Holt, 1904. J725m

Page  175 WORKS IN THE FILIPINIANA DIVISION 175 Ollivant, Alfred: Royal road: being the story of the life, death, and resurrection of Edward Hankey of London. N. Y., Doubleday, 1912. 0147r Oppenheim, Edward Phillips: To win the love he sought. N. Y., Newton, c1910. Op56to Phillips, David Graham: George Helm. N. Y., & Lond., Appleton, 1912. P542ge Roberts, Morley: Man who stroked cats and other stories. Lond., G. Bell, 1912. R543m Sadlier, Mary Anne (Madden), (Mrs. James Sadlier): Hermit of the rock: a tale of Cashel. Dublin, M. H. Gill & son, n. d. Sal5h Old house by the Boyne. Dublin, M. H. Gill & son, n. d. Sal5o Scribner, Frank Kimball: Secret of Frontellac. Bost., Small, c1912. Scr3ls Seton, Ernest Thompson: Trail of the Sandhill stag. N. Y., Scribner, 1910. Se77t Sheehan, Patrick Austin: Geoffrey Austin, student. Dublin, M. H. Gill & son, n. d. Sh352ge Slosson, Anne Trumbull: Local colorist. N. Y., Scribner, 1912. S15561 Smyth, Patrick Grehan: Wild rose of Lough Gill: a tale of the Irish war in the seventeenth century. Dublin, M. H. Gill & son, [1883]. Sm974w Stacpoole, Henry de Vere: Order of release. Ed. 4. Lond., Hutchinson & co., 1912. Stl2o Stephens, Robert Neilson, & Herman Nickerson: Sword of Bussy; or, The word of a gentleman; a romance of the time of Henry III. Bost., Page, 1912. St4511s Stringer, Arthur: Shadow. N. Y., Century, 1913. St86s Van Dyke, Henry Jackson: Sad shepherd. Lond. & N. Y., Harper, 1912. V288sa Walk, Charles Edmonds: Time lock. Chgo., McClurg, 1912. W15t Webster, Henry Kitchell: Ghost girl. N. Y. & Lond., 1913. W3936g Wentworth-James, Gertie de S.: Barter. Lond., G. Bell & sons, n. d. ~i~~~~~ W4888b Westrup, William: Land of tomorrow. Lond., Alston R i v e r s, 1912. W5291 W i s t e r, Owen: Virginian; a horseman of the plains. N. Y., Macmillan, 1902. W768v LIST OF WORKS IN THE FILIPINIANA DIVISION RELATING TO THE STUDY OF THE LINGUISTICS OF THE PHILIPPINE ISLANDS PART III Favre, P.: Dictionaire FrancaisMalais. Vienne. Impremerie Imperiale et Royale. MDCCCLXXX. 2 vols. 23 cm. Dictionaire Malais-Francais. Vienne. Impremerie Imperiale et Royale. MDCCCLXXV. 2 vols. 23 cm. - Grammaire de la langue malaise. Vienne. Imprimerie Imperiale et Royale. MDCCCLXXVI. 242 pp. 23 cm. Favre, P.: Grammaire Javanaise accompagnee de fac-simile et d'exercises de lecture. Paris Imprime par autorization du garde des sceaux a l'impremerie imperiale. MDCCCLXVI. 185 pp. 31. 24 cm. Fee, Mary H.: Constructive lessons in English. Designed for use in Intermediate grades. Manila, Bureau of Printing, 1910. 93 pp. 23 cm.

Page  176 176 WORKS IN THE FILIPINIANA DIVISION Favre, P.: The First Year Book. New York and Manila. World Book Company, 1907. 200 pp. 19 cm. The First Year Book. New York and Manila. World Company, 1911. 127 pp. 19 cm. Fernandez Cosgaya, Lorenzo: Diccionario Pangasinan-espanol. Aumentado ordenado y reformado por el M. R. P. Vicario Provincial y Foraneo Fr. Pedro Villanova de la misma Orden, Vicario y Cura Parroco de Binmaley. Manila, 1865. Estab. Tip. del Colegio de Santo Tomas a cargo de D. Babil Sal6. 121 pp. 30 cm. Fernandez, E. Nuevo vocabulario 6 Manual de conversaciones en Espaiol, Tagalo y Pampango. Segunda Edici6n. Manila, Imp. de Amigos del Pais, Calle de Anda, Num. 1. 1882. 84 pp. 19.5 cm. Vocabulario Tagalo-Castellano. Manila, Estab. Tip. de Esteban Balbas. Letran 17, esquina a la Real, 1883. 118 pp. 11. 17 cm. Vocabulario o Manual de conversaciones en Espaiol, Tagalo y Pampango. Quinta edici6n. Binondo, Libreria Tagala. Rosario Nim. 171. 1887. 83 pp. 24. cm. Vocabulario Tagalo-Castellano. Octava edici6n. M an il a, 1910. Imp. J. Martinez, Pza. Moraga 34-36. 110 pp. 1 1. 18.5 cm. Ferrer, Fernando: Manual IlocoCastellano 6 sea metodo para aprender 6 ensefiar el castellano en los pueblos ilocanos. Primera edici6n. Manila, Tip. Amigos del Pais, Real 34, 1894. 241 pp. 6 1. 18.5 cm. Manual Iloco-Castellano 6 sea metodo para aprender 6 enseiar el castellano en los pueblos ilocanos. Segunda edici6n. Revisada y aumentada por el mismo autor. Manila Imp. de Amigos del Pais. Palacio 258, 1900. 352 pp. 17 cm. Manual Iloco-Castellano 6 sea metodo para aprender 6 ensenar el castellano en los pueblos ilocanos. Tercera edici6n. Revisada y au mentada por el mismo autor. Manila Imp. Amigos del Pais. Palacio 253, 1903. 348 pp. 20.5 cm. F i gu e r o a, Antonio: Arte del idioma Visaya de Samar y Leyte. Binondo, 1870. Imprenta de Bruno Gonzalez Moras. Anloague 6. 135 pp. 21.5 cm. -- Arte del idioma Visaya. 2a. Edici6n. Binondo. 1872. Imprenta de Bruno Gonzalez Moras. Anloague 6. 135 pp. 21 cm. Flores y Talusic, Jose A.: Nuevo epitome de Gramatica Latina para la juventud Filipina. Primera Edicion. Manila, Estab. Tip. de Modesto Reyes y Cia., Salcedo 190, Sta. Cruz, 1902. 295 pp. 20 cm. Fritz, William G.: Ingles at capampangan a numang piakitan. English and Pampanga at sight a new system of self instruction a complete Pampanga pronunciation of the English words. Manila, Y. M. C. A. 201 Real, Manila. 91 pp. 20 cm. Fulgosio Fernando: Lengua Malaya; Pronunciaci6n; Elegancia y claridad del tagalo; Alfabeto. In "Cronica de las Islas Filipinas." Madrid, 1871, Imprenta a cargo de J. E. Morete, Beatas 12. pp. 41-42. Gabelentz, Georg von der, und Meyer, Adolf Bernhard: Beitrage zur kenntniss der Melanesischen, Mikronesischen und Papuanischen sprachen, ein erster nachtrag. Des VIII Bandes der Abhandlungen der philologisch-historischen Classe der Konigel. Sachsischen Gesellschaft der Wissenschaften No. IV. Leipzig Bei S. Hirzel. 1882. 2 1 pp. 375 -542. 27 cm. Einiges ueber das verhasltniss des mafoor zum Malayischen. 11 pp. 1 1. 22 cm. Gainza, Francisco: Collectio latina ad usum juventutis in Universitate S. Thomae Manilensi studentis. Manila Tip. Collegii S. Thomne. 1846. vol II. 376 pp. +1 1. 18.5 cm.

Page  177 ik.^,.' i jHm;''!", I Ir, Yt I n A i,8 i THE GOVERNMENT OF THE PHILIPPINE ISLANDS DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION PHILIPPINE LIBRARY BULLETIN OF THE PHILIPPINE LIBRARY VOLUME I JULY, 1913 NUMBER 11 CONTENTS LIBRARY RESOLUTION OF CONDOLENCE - -- 179 THE FILIPINIANA COLLECTION OF THE COMPANiA GENERAL DE TABACOS DE FILIPINAS, OF BARCELONA 181-185 RECENT ACCESSIONS - - -- 185-193 UNITED STATES REPORTS AND LEGISLATION ON PUBLIC ROADS IN THE PUBLIC DOCUMENTS DIVISION - - - - 193 195 LIST OF WORKS IN THE FILIPINIANA DIVISION RELATING TO THE STUDY OF THE LINGUISTICS OF THE PHILIPPINE ISLANDSPART IV - - 195, 196 MANILA BUREAU OF PRINTING 1913

Page  178 PHILIPPINE LIBRARY BOARD Ex officio: NEWTON W. GILBERT, Secretary of Public Instruction DEAN C. WORCESTER, Secretary of the Interior GREGORIO ARANETA, Secretary of Finance and Justice Appointive: GRANT T. TRENT, Justice of the Supreme Court LAWRENCE E. GRIFFIN, Associate Professor of Zoology, and Dean, College of Liberal Arts, University of the Philippines Secretary: MCQUEEN S. WIGHTMAN. PHILIPPINE LIBRARY OFFICERS JAMES A. ROBERTSON, Librarian SYRENA MCKEE, Chief Cataloguer BESSIE A. DWYER, Chief, Circulating Division (American Circulating Library) MANUEL ARTIGAS Y CUERVA, Curator, Filipiniana Division 178,

Page  179 _.__ I Whereas, It has pleased Divine Providence to remove from our midst Mrs. Nelly Young Egbert; and Whereas, we, the employees of the Philippine Library who have been associated with Mrs. Egbert, who have known her untiring and unselfish labor in the American Circulating Library and the Philippine Library, by virtue of which the present library has been rendered possible, and who appreciate her fine qualities of friendship and devotion: Therefore, be it Resolved, That we, the aforesaid employees of the Philippine Library, do hereby express to her immediate family our sympathy for her removal, which though it has come after the fullness of years and a life of service, is none the less a grief; and That a set of these resolutions be embossed and sent to her grief-stricken daughters, Mrs. Kilbourne, Mrs. Goldsborough, and Mrs. Stirling; and That these resolutions be published in the Philippine Library Bulletin, the Official Gazette, the newspapers of Manila, and the Army and Navy Journal and the Army and Navy Register of Washington, D. C. James A. Robertson, Syrena McKee, Bessie A. Dwyer, Manuel Artigas y Cuerva, Emma O. Elmer, Effie E. Spicher, Isabel E. de Santos, Blanca Lara, Orencio Aligada, Segundo Hipolito, P. Santos, Guillermo Restua, Mariano Banting, Salvador Donado, Gregorio del Rosario, Gaudencio Banting, Pedro Aguado, Julian Canda, Baldomero Javier. 11958 --- 179_.._. __. 119598 —2 179

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Page  181 BULLETIN OF THE PHILIPPINE LIBRARY Vublis~eb montblp lap tbe Vbilippiat 3librarp jaia.3. VOL. I JULY, 1913 No. 11 The library is open daily In Its various divisions as follows: Circulating Division (American Circulating Library), 8 a. mn. to 9 p. in. Periodical Division, 8 a. m. to it p). iii. Filipiniana, Division, 7.30 a. m. to 4.30 p. in., Monday to Friday; 7.30 a. mn. to 12.30 p. in., Saturday. Public Documents Division, 8 a. in. to 5 p. rin., Monday to Friday; 8 a. in. to 1 p. in., Saturday. Scientific Division (Bureau of Science), 7.30 a. in. to 9 p. in., Monday to Friday; 7.30 a. in. to 5 p. nir. Saturday; 9 a. mn. to 12 noon Sundays and holidays. Law Division (Supreme Court),,8 a. in. to 12.3 0 p. in., Monday to Friday; 8 a. in. to 1 p. in. Saturday. A fee of fiv~e pesos per annum or fifty centavos per~ month Is charged for the privilege of drawing books from the Circuilating Division (American Circulating library). The privileges of the periodical and rcrcreiice rooms are free to ail. Books of the Filipiniana and Public Documents divisions may be consulted free In tile library. If sufficient notice be given beflore the hour for closing the two latter divisions, books will be reserved for readers at the charging desk of the Circulating Division (American Circulating Library). It is it eomniionp~lace to speak of time library as time stoI-eiioiise of tile thought 'if all thle ages. If the lib~rary is merely a storehouse It might as wvell not exist. That library best fulfills Its purp~lose wh-ich (lissentinates nuost widely tue stored-up THE FILIPINIANA COLLECTION OF THE CONIPAN"I'A GENERAL DE TABACOS DE FILIPINAS OF BARCELONA. On February 3, 1913, the Philippine Legislature passed the following bill: AN ACT APPROPRIATING THE SUM OF TWO HUNDRED THOUSAND PESOS, PHILIPPINE CURRENCY, FOR THE PURCHASE OF THE LIBRARY OF THE COMPAI~fA GENERAL DE TABACOS DE FILIPINAS AT BARCELONA, SPAIN, UNDER CERTAIN CONDITIONS. JBy authority of the United States, be it enacted by the Philippine Legislature, that: SECTION 1. The sum of two hundred thousand pesos Philippine currency is hereby appropriated, out of any funds in the Insular Treasury, not otherwise appropriated, for the purchase of the library of the Compaiiiia General de Tabacos de Filipinas at B1arcelona, Spain, under the conditions hereinafter mentioned. 18

Page  182 182 THE FILIPINIANA COLLECTION SEC. 2. The purchase shall be made by authority of the Philippine Library Board, in accordance with the provisions of Act Numbered Nineteen hundred and thirty-five. SEC. 3. The aforesaid library is believed to consist of the following: 1. All the titles and their duplicates enumerated and described in the work of Retana, Aparato bibliogrdfico de la historia general de Filipinas deducido de la coleccion que posee en Barcelona la Compania General de Tabacos de Filipinas de dichas islas, Madrid, mil novecientos seis, belonging to the Compaiia General de Tabacos de Filipinas. 2. All the books, newspapers, and other printed documents (including the duplicates) not catalogued in the said Aparato, which are the property of the said Compafiia General. 3. All documents, original as well as copies, owned by said Compafia General. 4. All other material, such as anting-antings, etcetera, which may be considered as properly forming part of a collection of Philippine documents. 5. All lists or catalogues owned by the said Compafiia General in any manner affecting said collection. 6. The remaining unsold copies of the edition of the said Aparato in the possession of said Compafiia General, in Spain as well as in the Philippine Islands, with all the rights for reprinting the same, in any form. The aforesaid Compafia General, through its duly authorized representative, shall make affidavit before a notary that the conditions prescribed in this Act have been complied with at the time of the embarkation of such documents. SEC. 4. The aforesaid Companiia General shall, in the presence of the delegate or delegates appointed by the Government of the Philippine Islands, pack with all proper security the aforesaid documents belonging to the aforesaid library or collection, and shall embark the same on a vessel offering reasonable security and speed. All the expenses of packing and embarking and the traveling expenses both ways, in first class, of the delegates, including the insurance of the shipment, shall be at the expense of said Companiia General. SEC. 5. The delegate or delegates shall be appointed by the Governor-General. SEC. 6. The payment shall be made by direct authority of the Governor-General, in the following form: One hundred thousand pesos at the time when the Librarian of the Philippine Library shall certify that all the documents included in the sale of the collection above cited have been received in Manila in good condition, and the remaining one hundred thousand pesos one year after date of the first payment. SEC. 7. The public good requiring the speedy enactment of this bill, the same shall take effect on its passage, in accordance with section one of Act Numbered Nineteen hundred and forty-five of the Philippine Legislature. Enacted, February 3, 1913. In accordance with the terms of the above act, the Honorable Dr. Jose Espinosa, representative for Tarlac in the Philippine Assembly, and the Librarian took over the collection at Barcelona. The books have now reached Manila and are being installed in the Filipiniana Division. The history of the Tabacalera Collection, one of the most important of all special collections known, is interesting. The fact that a great commercial company gathered this collection together makes it all the more remarkable. As far back as 1883, the then director of the tobacco company, Sr. Clemente Miralles de Imperial, began to collect books on the history of the Philippine Islands, collecting at first only in Spain, and, in general, only modern works; but his field of operations gradually extending into all the countries of western Europe, and the scope of collection

Page  183 THE FILIPINIANA COLLECTION 183 being made to include also old and rare works. It is, indeed, in some measure due to the company's eagerness in collecting that the price of Filipiniana began to ascend, although it is true that the great ascent in prices has come only since American occupation; and the company was a great means for the stimulation of sales. The Conde de Churruca, vice-director of the company, and the librarian, Sr. Jose Sanchez, were also keen collectors, and each worked earnestly to make the collection complete. Each of the three was imbued by that true love for books which distinguishes the book lover from the mere collector, and each one knew intimately the inside of the library. In 1894, the company entered into its first real negotiations with Sr, W. E. Retana, newspaper writer and the author of many works on the Philippines, and well known in the Philippines for many reasons, and with the Madrid bookseller, Sr. Pedro Vindell. After this time the growth of the library was more rapid. In 1895, following Retana's suggestion, the company began the collection of manuscript documents on the Philippines, which were copied from originals in the Archivo de Indias in Seville. After 1899, the choice of the documents copied was left to Rev. Pablo Pastells, S. J., formerly rector of the Ateneo in Manila, a keen student in Philippine and South American matters, and who has spent considerable time in the Seville archives. In all about 34,000 double folios were collected. In 1900, the first large addition was made to the collection by the purchase of the Retana collection, then probably the best library of Filipiniana in existence. Retana had been an eager collector, and both in Spain and in the Philippines had had excellent opportunities for collection. He published a bibliography of this in 1898, which, with the bibliographical work of Medina, the Chilean scholar, forms a valuable source for the study of the bibliography of the Philippine Islands. In 1904, Vindell published his well-known catalogue of Filipiniana (much of the work of which was done by Retana), and the best pieces of this were immediately bought by the librarian of the company, Sr. Jose Sanchez, for the Tabacalera collection. About this time the company decided to publish a catalogue of its library. The compilation of this was given in charge to Sr. Retana, who, with very great assistance from the librarian, Sr. Jose Sanchez, finished his work and published in 1906 a three-volume catalogue under the title: Aparato bibliogrdifico de la Historia General de Filipinas deducido de la coleccion que posee en Barcelonac la Compalia General de Tabacos de dichas islas. This publication forms one of the best sources for the study of the bibliography of the Philippine Islands. It contains 4,623 separate titles arranged chronologically, and has much valuable historical as well as bibliographical information. The library was housed in the main offices of the company, one entire room being given over to this. Among its books were various from such well-known collections as those of Sowelesi, Ramirez, Duke of Alba, 1'ermin Caballero, Marquis of Liedena, Salva-Heredia, Emperor Maxi

Page  184 184 THE FILIPINIANA COLLECTION milian, Sancho Rayon, J. F. Medina, Cabezas de Herrera, Barrantes, General Terrero, Tiscar, Zapater, and others. The librarian had made a card catalogue of the entire collection, classifying roughly by subjects, and using as symbols the letters A-U, each letter representing one section of eight shelves, and being followed by the number of the shelf and book. The company, with great generosity, allowed free access to its collection, and many scholars have worked among its treasures. Every book is bound, many of them sumptuously, such well-known binders as Boyer, Bedford, Zahnsdorf, Durand, Menard, Ginesta, Arias, and H. Miralles being represented. Some few of the notable books of the collection are the following: Transilvanus, Maximilianus: De Molluccis Instlis, Coloniae, 1523; Ramusio, G. B.: Delle Navigationi et viaggi, 3 vols. Venetia, 1554, 1606, 1565; Fernandez de Oviedo, G.: Historia general de las Indias, Valladolid, 1557; Alvarez, Francisco: Historia de las cosas de Ethiopia, (aragoqa, 1561; Copia de vna carta venuida de Seuilla, Barcelona, 1556 (the first printed account of Legazpi's expedition, and unique); Gonzalez de Mendoza, J.: Historia de las cosas mas notables, ritos y costvmbres del gran reyno de la China, Roma, 1585 (of this celebrated book, over 40 different editions, counting translations into Latin, Italian, French, German, Dutch, and English, have been printed, 27 of which are contained in the collection); Acosta, J.: Historia natural y moral de las Indias, Barcelona, 1591; Tello, F.: Relacion, Sevilla, 1598; Ortelius, Epitome theatri, Antverpiae, 1601; Rivadeneyra, M. de: Historia de las islas del, y reynos de la Gran China, etc., Barcelona, 1601; Relatione breve del P. Diego de To'r'cs, Roma, 1603; Chirino, Pedro: Relacion de las Islas Filipinas, Roma, 1604; Relacion del levantamiento de los Sangleyes, Sevilla, 1606; Wytfliet, Histoire vniverselle des Indes Occidentales, Dovay, 1607; Leonardo de Argensola, B.: Conquista de las Islas Malucas, Martin, 1609; Morga, Antonio: Sucesos de las Islas Filipinas, Mexico, 1609 (one of the rarest of Filipiniana); Fernandez, Alonso: Historia eclesiastica de nvestros tiempos, Toledo, 1611; Verdadera relacion de la maravillosa victoria que en la civdad de Manila... han tenido los Espaiolcs contra la poderosa armada de los Cosarios Olandeses, Sevilla, 1611; Rios Coronel, H. de los: Memorial y relacion, Madrid, 1621; Grijalva, Juan de: Cronica, Mexico, 1624; Relacion verdadera, y breve de la persecvcion... en Japon, Manila, 1625; Leon Pinelo, Antonio de: Epitome de la biblioteca oriental i occidental, Madrid, 1629; Vocabulario de Japon, Manila, 1630; Stafford, Ignacio: Historia de la celestial vocacion missiones apostolicas y gloriosa muerte del padre Marcelo Francisco Mastrilli, Lisboa, 1639; Aduarte, Diego: Historia de la provincia del Sancto Rosario, Manila, 1640 (extremely rare); Colin, Labor evangelica, Madrid, 1663; San Nicolas, Andres de, Historia general de los religiosos Descalzos, Madrid, 1664; Combes, Francisco, Historia de las Islas de Mindanao, Jolo, y svs adyacentes, Madrid, 1667; and many other little-known, unique, and rare titles, embracing history, ethnology, linguistics, theology, politics, etc., of which space permits no mention.

Page  185 RECENT ACCESSIONS. 185 With the exception of the Philippine Library before the purchase was made this was the largest collection of Filipiniana in existence. Its acquisition gives the Philippine Library, beyond any question, the richest collection of Filipiniana in the world, and one that can never be equaled. RECENT ACCESSIONS BIOGRAPHY Daudet, Leon: Alphonse Daudet; to which is added The Daudet family (Mon frere et moi) by Ernest Daudet; tr. by Charles Dekay. Bost., Little, 1898. [xii], 466 p. 921D265d Dodge, Mary Abigail (Gail Hamilton, pseud.): Gail Hamilton's life in letters; ed. by H. Augusta Dodge. Bost., Lee, 1901. 2 v. 920.7D664 Drew, Louisa (Lane) (Mrs. John Drew): Autobiographical sketch of Mrs. John Drew; with an introd. by her son John Drew; with biographical notes by Douglas Taylor... N. Y., Scribner, 1899. [xiv], [200] p. 920.7D82a Dreyfus, Alfred: Letters d'un innocent; the letters of Captain Dreyfus to his wife; tr. by L. G. Moreau... N. Y. & Lond., Harper, 1899. [xviii], [234] p. 921D826 DuBarry, Marie Jeanne (Gomart de Vaubernier) comtesse: Memoirs of the Comtesse duBarry with minute details of her entire career as favorite of Loius XV; written by herself; with a special introd. by Robert Arnot. Akron, (O.), St. Dunstan soc., c1903. [xxviii], 445 p. 920.7B851 Ellis, Edward Sylvester: The life of Colonel David Crockett... to which are added sketches of General Sam Houston, General Santa Anna, Rezin P. and Colonel James Bowie. Phila., Porter & Coates, c1884. viii, [9]-271 p. 921C872e Ensayo sobre la vida y las obras del vizconde de Chateaubriand; (tr. dcl frances) Valencia, M. de Cabrerizo, 1843. 4 p. 1., 327 p. 921C39es Firth, Charles Harding: Oliver Cromwell and the rule of the Puritans in England. N. Y., Lond., Putnam, c1900. [xiv] 496 p. (Heroes of the nations.) 921C88f Foa, Mme Eugenie (RodriguesGradis): Boy life of Napoleon, afterwards emperor of the French; adapted and extended for American boys and girls, from the French, by E. S. Brooks... Bost., Lothrop, c1895 251 p. +921N16f Ford, Paul Leicester: The manysided Franklin. N. Y., Century, 1899. [xxii] 516 p. 921F854f Fournier, August: Napoleon the first; a biography; tr. by Margaret (Bacon) Corwin and A. D. Bissell; ed. by E. G. Bourne. N. Y., Holt, 1903. [xviii] 836 p. 921N16fc Fowler, William Warde: Julius Caesar and the foundation of the Roman imperial system... Ed. 2. N. Y., Lond., Putnam, 1901. [xxii], 389 p. (Heroes of the nations.) 921C116f Franklin, Benjamin: The autobiography of Benjamin Franklin, and a sketch of Franklin's life from the point where the autobiography ends, drawn chiefly from his letters; with notes and a chronological historical table. Bost., N. Y. [etc], Houghton, c1896. xiv, [7], 253 p. (Riverside lit. ser.) 921F854a - The autobiography of Benjamin Franklin, now first printed in England from the full and authentic text; ed. with a bibliographical preface and an historical account of Franklin's later life, by William Macdonald. Lond., Dent; N. Y., Dutton, 1905. xxiv, 314 p, (Temple autobiographies.) 921F854am

Page  186 186 RECENT ACCESSIONS Franklin, Benjamin: The life of Benjamin Franklin, written by himself; now first ed. from original manuscripts and from his printed correspondence and other writings by John Bigelow... Ed. 4. rev. & corrected. Phila., Lond., Lippincott, 1902. 3 v. 921F854ab Franklin, Samuel Rhodes: Memories of a rear-admiral who has served for more than half a century in the navy of the United States. N. Y. & Lond., Harper, 1898. [xvi], [398] p. 921F855 Froude, James Anthony: Bunyan. Lond., Macmillan, 1880. [viii], 181 p. (Eng. men of letters.) 921B886f Garland, Hamlin: Ulysses S. Grant, his life and character. N. Y., Doubleday, 1898. [xx], 524 p. 921G767g Garnett, Richard: Life of Thomas Carlyle. Lond., & Newcastle on Tyne, W. Scott, n. d. 186, xxviii p. (Great writers.) 921C199g G a s k e 11, Elizabeth Cleghorn (Stevenson): Life of Charlotte Bronte... N. Y., Appleton, 1858. 2 v. in 1. 920.7B7893g Gastaldi, P: The life of the venerable Joseph Benedict Cottolengo, founder of the Little House of Providence in Turin; comp. from the Italian Life of Don P. Gastaldi, by a priest of the Society of Jesus... San Francisco, (Cal.) A.Waldtenfel; Lond., Burnsand Oates, 1893. [x], 246 p. 921C829g Gilder, Richard Watson: Grover Cleveland, a record of friendship... N. Y., Century, 1910. xvi, 270 p. 921C599g Griffis, William Elliot: A maker of the new Orient: Samuel Robbins Brown; pioneer educator in China, America, and Japan: the story of his life and work... N. Y., Lond. [etc], Revell, c1902. 332 p. 921B815 Haaren, John Henry, & Poland, A. B.: Famous men of Rome. N. Y. [etc], Amer. bk. c1904. viii, 269 p. +920H1116f Haldane, Elizabeth Sanderson: Descartes; his life and times. Lond., Murray, 1905. xxxiii, 398 p. 921D453h Hale, Edward Everett: The life of Christopher Columbus; from his own letters and journals and other documents of his time. Chgo., G. L. Howe Co., 1891. 320 p. 921C717h Halstead, Murat: Life and achievements of Admiral Dewey, from Montpelier to Manila... n. p., Our possessions pub. co., c1899. 452 p. 921D515h Hammerton, John Alexander: George Meredith in anecdote and criticism... Lond., G. Richards; N. Y., Kennerly, 1909. [xii], 391 p. 921M541h Hare, Christopher, pseud: Courts and camps of the Italian renaissance; being a mirror of the life and times of the ideal gentleman Count Baldassare Castiglione, derived largely from his own letters and other contemporary sources; to which is added an epitome of his famous work The book of the courtier, with appreciations and annotations. N. Y., Scribner, 1908. [xvi], [298] p. 921C278h Hart, Albert Bushnell: Salmon Portland Chase. Bost. & N. Y., Houghton, 1899. [xii], 465 p. (American statesmen.) 921C387h Harvey, Peter: Reminiscences and anecdotes of Daniel Webster. Bost., Little, 1909. [xii], 480 p. 921W392h Headlam, James Wycliffe: Bismarck and the foundation of the German empire. N. Y. & Lond., Putnam, 1901. xii, 471 p. 921B5424h - Bismarck and the foundation of the German empire. N. Y. & Lond., Putnam, c1899. xx, 471 p. 921B5424h Headley, Joel Tyler: Washington and his generals. N. Y. Hurst, n. d. 2 v. 921W277he

Page  187 RECENT ACCESSIONS 187 Holder, Charles Frederick: Charles Darwin; his life and work. N. Y., Lond., Putnam, 1891. xvi, 279 p. (Leaders in science.) 921D259h Holland, Josiah Gilbert: The life of Abraham Lincoln. Springfield, Mass., Bill 1866. 544 p. 921L638h Holloway, Mrs. Laura (Carter.): (An) hour with Charlotte Bronte; or Flowers from a Yorkshire moor. Phila., J. W. Bradley, c1882. 162 p. 920.7B7893h Ladies of the White House. N. Y., Chic. [etc.], U. S. pub. co., 1870. 1 p. 1., 658 p. 920.7H728 Hoist, Hermann Eduard Von: John C. Calhoun. Bost., Houghton, 1888. vi, 356 p. (Amer. statesmen.) 921C1286h -John C. Calhoun. Bost., Houghton. 1899. 3374 p. (Amer. statesmen.) 921C1286h7 Howe, Mark Antony De Wolfe: Phillips Brooks. Bost., Small, 1899. [xx], 120 p. (Beacon biographies.) 921B7918h Hugo, Victor Marie, Viscomte: Napoleon the little; tr. by G. B. Ives. N. Y., Athernaeum. soc., c1909. [viii], 335 p. 921N161h Hulbert, Archer Butler: Washington and the west; being George Washington's diary of September, 1784, kept during his journey into the Ohio basin in the interest of a commercial union between the Great Lakes and the Potomac river and a commentary upon the same.... Cleveland A. H. Clark Co., 1911. 5, 217 p. 921W277hu Huret, Jules: Sarah Bernhardt, with a preface by Edmond Rostand; tr. from the French by G. A. Raper. Lond., Chapman 1899. xxi, 192 p. 920.7B457h Imbert de Saint-Amand, Arthur Leon, Baron: The duchess of Berry and the court of Louis XVIII; tr. by Elizabeth G. Martin. N. Y., Scribner, 1892. [viii], 301 p. 920.7B459 Imbert de Saint-Amand, Arthur Leon, Baron: The duchess of Berry and the court of Louis XVIII: tr. by Elizabeth G. Martin. N. Y., Scribner, 1903. [viii], 301 p. 920.7B4591 --- The duchess of Berry and the court of Charles X. N. Y., Scribner, 1892. [viii], 305 p. 920.7B4592 The duchess of Berry and the court of Charles X. N. Y., Scribner, 1902. vi, 305 p. 920.7B45921 The duchess of Berry and the revolution of 1830; tr. by Elizabeth G. Martin. N. Y., Scribner, 1893. [viii], 331 p. 920.7B4593 - Napoleon III at the height of his power; tr. by Elizabeth G. Martin.... NY., Scribner, 1900. [ix], 305 p. 921N161i Johnson, Bradley Tyler: General Washington. N. Y., 1897. [xiv], 338 p. (Great commanders.) 921W277j Johnson, Rossiter: The hero of Manila; Dewey on the Mississippi and the Pacific... N. Y., Appleton, 1899. [x], 152 p. (Young heroes of our navy.) +921D515j Johnson, Samuel: Lives of the most eminent poets: with critical observations on their works; to which are added the "preface to Shakspeare" and the review of "The origin of evil" by Samuel Johnson, with a sketch of the author's life by Sir Walter Scott. New ed. with a complete index. Lond., Warne, n. d. xxiv. 588 p. 920J64741 Jomini, Antoine Henri, baron de: Life of Napoleon... tr. from the French, with notes, by H. W. Halleck... Kansas City, Mo., HudsonKimberly pub. co., 1897. 2 v. with an atlas. (3 v.) 921N16j Josselyn, Charles: The true Napoleon; a cyclopedia of events in his life. N. Y., Russell, 1902. 8 p. L., 437 p. 921N16jo

Page  188 188 RECENT ACCESSIONS Kaler, James Otis, (James Otis, pseud.) ed.: The life of John Paul Jones... written from original letters and manuscripts in possession of his relatives and from the collection prepared by Henry Sherburne, together with Chevalier Jones' own account of the campaign of the Liman. N. Y., Burt, c1900. [xiv], 407 p. 921J718k King, Grace Elizabeth: Jean Baptiste Le Moyne Sieur de Bienville. N. Y., Dodd, 1892. vi, 330 p. 921B477k Knight, Arthur George: Life of Christopher Columbus, discoverer of the new world. N. Y., Montreal. D. & J. Sadlier & Co., 1898. 4, 215 p. 921C717k Le Bas, Charles Webb: The life of Archbishop Cranmer. Lond., printed for J. G. & F. Rivington, 1833. 2 v. (Theological lib., v. 4 & 5.) 921C85161 Lebey, Andre: Louis-Napoleon Bonaparte et la revolution de 1848, avec des documents et des portraits inedits. Paris. Juven [1908], 451 p. 921N1611 Lenz, Max: Napoleon a biographical study; tr. from the German by Frederic Whyte... N. Y., Putnam, 1907. viii, 391 p. 921N161 Lincoln, Abraham: Letters and addresses of Abraham Lincoln; ed. by Mary Maclean. N. Y., Wessels, 1907. 389 p. 921L638a Lodge, Henry Cabot: George Washington. Bost., & N. Y., Houghton, c1889. 2 v. (Amer. statesmen.) 921W2771 George Washington. Bost., & N. Y., Houghton, 1899. 2 v. (Amer. statesmen.) 921W27711 - Daniel Webster. Bost., N. Y., Houghton, 1883. vi, 372 p. (Amer. statesmen.) 921W3921 Daniel Webster. Ed. 10. Bost., N. Y., Houghton, 1888. vi, 372 p. (Amer. statesmen.) 921W39211 Lodge, Henry Cabot: Daniel Webster. Bost. & N. Y. Houghton, 1900. vi, 372 p. (Amer. statesmen.) 921W39212 Lomenle, Louis Leonard, de: Beaumarchais and his t i m es: sketches of Franch society in the eighteenth century from unpublished documents; tr. by H. S. Edwards. N. Y., Harper, 1857. xii, 460 p. 921B38381 Lounsbury, Thomas Raynesford: James Fenimore Cooper. Bost., N. Y., Houghton, 1900. 4, 306 p. (Amer. men of letters.) 921C7861 Lowe, Charles: Prince Bismarck. Bost., Little, 1899. 245 p. 921B54241 McCarthy, Justin: The story of Gladstone's life. Ed. 2, rev. & enl. N. Y., Lond., Macmillan, 1898. xii, 516 p. 921G455m McClure, Alexander Kelly: Abraham Lincoln and men of war-times; some personal recollections of war and politics during the Lincoln administration; with introd. by A. C. Lambdin. Phila., Times pub. co., 1892. 462 p. 921L638mc McGilchrist, John: Richard Cobden, the apostle of free trade; his political career and public services; a biography. N. Y., Harper, 1865. [xii], 304 p. 921C638m McLaughlin, Andrew Cunningham: Lewis Cass. Bost., & N. Y. Houghton, 1899. [x], 363 p. (Amer. statesmen.) 921C27m McMaster, John Bach: Benjamin Franklin as a man of letters. Bost., N. Y., Houghton, 1898. [x], 293 p. (Amer. men of letters.) 921F854m Malleson, George Bruce: Lort( Clive and the establishment of them English in India.. Oxford, Clarendon press, 1900. 229 p. (Rulers of India.) 921C619m Marzials, Sir Frank Thomas: Life of Charles Dickens. Lond., W. Scott, 1887. 166, xxiii p. (Great writers.) 921D555m

Page  189 RECENT ACCESSIONS 189 Matthews, James Brander, & Hutton, Lawrence: Life and art of Edwin Booth and his contemporaries... Bost., Page [1907]. 4, 317 p. 920M4321 Minto, William: Daniel Defoe. N. Y. & Lond., Harper, 1901. viii, 167 p. (Eng. men of letters.) 921D362m Monroe, William Seymour: Comenius and the beginnings of educational reform. N. Y., Scribner, 1900. [xii], 184 p. (Great educators.) 921C734m Morley, John, 1st viscount Morley of Blackburn: Burke. N. Y., Harper, 1879. viii, 214 p. (Eng. men of letters.) 921B9176m Diderot and the encyclopedists. Lond., N. Y., Macmillan, 1897. 2 v. 921D5618m The life of Richard Cobden. Ed. 12... Lond., Unwin, 1905. [xxiv], 985 p. 921C638mo The life of William Ewart Gladstone. New ed... N. Y., Macmillan, 1911. 3 v. in 2. 921G455mol Oliver Cromwell. N. Y., Century, 1901. 8 p. 1. 486 p. 921C88m Morris, William O'Connor: Napoleon, warrior and ruler, and the military supremacy of revolutionary France. N. Y., Lond., Putnam, 1901. [xviii], 433 p. (Heroes of the nations.) 921N16m Morse, John Torrey, j r: Abraham Lincoln. Bost. & N. Y., Houghton, c1893. 2 v. (Amer. statesmen.) 921L638mr Morse, John Torrey, jr: Benjamin Franklin. Bost. & N. Y., Houghton, c1889. [viii], 428 p. (Amer. statesmen.) 921F854mo Napoleon I, emperor of the French:The Corsican; a diary of Napoleon's life in his own words... Bost. & N. Y., Houghton [1910]. vi, 526 p. 921N16 Napoleon and the marshals of the empire. New ed. Phila., Coates, c1885. 2 v. in 1. 921N16n Nason, Elias: Sir Charles Henry Frankland, baronet; or Boston in the colonial times. Albany, N. Y., J. Munsell, 1865. [vi], [7], 129 p. 921F853n Navarro, Mary Antoninette (Anderson) (Mme. Antonio Navarro): A few memories... N. Y., Harper, c1896. 4, 262 p. 920.7N228a -_- A few memories... N. Y., Harper, c1896. 4, 262 p. 920.7N228al Nicolay, Helen: The boy's life of Abraham Lincoln... N. Y., Century, 1906. viii, 307 p. 921L638nh Nicolay, John George: A short life of Abraham Lincoln; condensed from Nicolay & Hay's Abraham Lincoln: a history. N. Y., Century, 1902. xvi, 578 p. 921L638ni Noel, Roden Berkeley Wrothesley: Life of Lord Byron. Lond., W. S c o t t, 1890. [216] xxxviii p. (Great writers.) 921B996n Ober, Frederick Albion: Hernando Cortes, conqueror of Mexico.. N. Y. & Lond., Harper, 1905. 4 p. 1., [292] p. (Heroes of Amer. hist.) 921C818o Vasco Nufiez de Balboa. N. Y., Harper, 1906. 7 p. 1., 286 p. 921B187o Parton, James: Life and times of Aaron Burr... Enl. ed. with numerous appendices containing new and interesting information. Bost., Houghton, c1892. 2 v. 921B94p --- Abraham Lincoln. Bost. & N. Y., Houghton, 1900-1899. 2. v. (Amer. statesmen.) 921L638mrl --- Abraham Lincoln. Bost. & N. Y., Houghton, 1899. 2 v. (Amer. statesmen.) 921L638mr2

Page  190 190 RECENT ACCESSIONS Putnam, Ruth: Charles the Bold, last duke of Burgundy, 1433-1477. N. Y. & Lond., Putnam, 1908. [xvi], 484 p. (Heroes of the nations.) 921C38p Quinlan, May F: Damien of Molokai; together with Father Damien, an open letter to the Rev. Dr. Hyde of Honolulu by R. L. Stevenson (reprinted by permission). Lond., Macdonald & Evans, 1911. [viii], [184] p. 921D184q Steevens, George Warrington: The tragedy of Dreyfus. N. Y. & Lond., Harper, 1899. 3 p. 1., [293] p. 921D826s Stoddard, Enoch Vine: Bertrand du Guesclin, constable of France, his life and times... N. Y., Lond., Putnam, 1897. [xvi], 301 p. 921D879s FICTION Ade, George: Knocking the neighbors. N. Y., Doubleday, Page, 1912. Ad31k Allen, Frances Newton Symmes: Invaders. Bost. & N. Y., Houghton, 1913. A153i Bacon, Mrs. Josephine Dodge (Daskam): Strange cases of Dr. Stanchon. N. Y. & Lond., Appleton, 1913. B134st Baker, Etta Anthony: Miss Mystery; a novel. Bost., Little, 1913. B172m Barbour, Ralph Henry: Harbor of love. Phila. & Lond., J. B. Lippincott, 1912. B2347h Bennett, Robert Ames: Out of the primitive. Chicago, McClurg, 1911. B439o Bentley, Edmund Cherihew: Woman in black. N. Y., Century, 1913. B446w Bindloss, Harold: Pioneer. Lond., Melbourne, etc. Ward, Lock, 1912. B511pi Ranching for Sylvia. N. Y., Stokes, c1913. B511r Brebner, Percy James (Christian Lys, pseud): Little gray shoe: a romance. Bost., Little, 1913. B741 i Carter, Thomas Lane: Out of Africa; a book of short stories. N. Y. & Washington, Neale pub. co., 1911. C2468o Chambers, Robert William: Gay rebellion. N. Y. & Lond., Appleton, 1913. C3556g -Lorraine: a romance. N. Y., Burt, c1897. C35561 Child, Richard Washburn: Blue wall; a story of strangeness and struggle. Bost. & N. Y., Houghton, c1912. C4373b Cullum, Ridgwell: Night-riders: a romance of early Montana. Phila., G. W. Jacobs, c1913. C8988n Erskine, Payne: Joyful Heatherby. Bost., Little, 1913. Er852jo Farnol, Jeffrey: Amateur gentleman. Bost., Little, 1913. F237arn F av re de Coulevain, Mile. (Pierre de Coulevain, pseud.): American nobility, tr. from French by Alys Hallard. N. Y., Dutton, c1913. F279am Fitch, George: Big strike at Siwash. N. Y., Doubleday, 1909. F552b Fletcher, Margaret: Fugitives. N. Y., Longmans, 1912. F6296f Fox, John Jr.: Heart of the hills. N. Y., Scribner, 1913. F832h Frankau, Mrs. Julia (Frank Danby, pseud.): Concert pitch. N. Y., Macmillan, 1913. F851c Frederick, Justus George: Breezy. N. Y., Doubleday, 1909. F8722b Futrelle, Jacques: Chase of the golden plate. N. Y., Burt, c1906. F9896c Gibbs, George Fort: Silent battle. N. Y. & Lond., Appleton, 1913. G353si

Page  191 RECENT ACCESSIONS 191 Goldie, Valentine Francis Taubman-: Declension of Henry D'Albiac. N. Y., Stokes, c1913. G568d Guinan, Joseph: Island parish. Dublin, M. H. Gill & son, 1908. G948i Moores of Glynn. Ed. 3. Lond., R. & T. Washburn, n. d. G984m Herrick, Robert: Master of the inn. N. Y., Scribner, 1912. H4346ma - One woman's life. N. Y., Macmillan, 1913. H4346o Hichens, Robert Smythe: Felix, three years in a life. Lond., Methuen, 1912. H524fe Holland, Denis: Donal Dun O'Byrne: a tale of the rising in Wexford 1798. Dublin, M. H. Gill & son, n. d. H7194d Hornung, Ernest William: Witching Hill. N. Y., Scribner, 1913. H785w Howells, William Dean: New leaf mills; a chronicle. N. Y. & Lond., Harper, 1913. H839n Hume, Fergus W.: Blue talisman; a detective story. Lond., Laurie, n. d. H882b Hungerford, Edward: Little Corky: a novel. Chgo., McClurg, 1912. H8951 Hutchinson, Arthur Stuart Menteth: Happy warrior. Bost., Little, 1913. H971h Hyne, Charles John Cutcliffe W r i g h t, (Weatherby Chesney, pseud.): Master of fortune; being further adventures of Captain Kettle. N. Y., Dillingham, c1901. H998mas Irwin, William Henry (Will Irwin): Red button. Indianapolis. Merrill, c1912. Ir98r --- Warrior the untamed; the story of an imaginative press agent. N. Y., Doubleday, 1909. Ir98w Jacobs, William Wymarck: Ship's Company. Lond., N. Y. & Toronto, Hodder & Stoughton, n. d. J156si Kenneddy, Sidney Robinson, & A. C. Noble: White ashes. N. Y., Macmillan, 1912. K3868w Kester, Vaughan: John O'Jamestown. Indianapolis, Merrill, c1907. K489jo Kickham, Charles Joseph: For the old land; a tale of twenty years ago. New. ed. Dublin, M. H. Gill & son, 1908. K536f -- Knocknagow; or, The Homes of Tipperary. Ed. 17. Dublin, James Duffy & co., 1887. K536k Kingsley, Mrs. Florence (Morse): Veronica. N. Y. & Lond., Appleton, 1913. K6146v Lillibridge, William Otis: Dominant dollar. Chic., McClurg, 1909. L628do Locke, William John: Joyous adventures of Aristide Pujol. N. Y., Lane, 1912. L796j Lockhart, Caroline: Lady Doc. Phila. & Lond., Lippincott, 1912. L8111 London, Jack: Night-born and also The madness of John Harned, When the world was young, The benefit of the doubt, Winged blackmail, Bunches of knuckles, War, Under the deck awnings, To kill a man, The Mexican. N. Y., Century, 1913. L846n Long, John Luther: War; or, What happens when one loves one's enemy. Indianapolis, Merrill, c1913. L852w Loomis, Charles Battell: Little Maude and her mamma. N. Y., Doubleday, 1909. +L8731 Lowndes, Maria Adelaide (Belloc) (Mrs. Frederic Sawrey Lowndes): Chink in the armour. Ed. 3. Lond., Methuen, 1912. L9546c Mabie, Louise Kennedy: Wings of pride. N. Y. & Lond., Harper, 1913. M114w McCarter, Mrs. Margaret (Hill): Wall of men. Ed. 2. Chic., McClurg, 1912. M1268w

Page  192 192 RECENT ACCESSIONS McConaughy, J. W.: Typhoon; a story of new Japan. N. Y., H. H. Fly, c1912. M134t McDonnell, Randal: Kathleen Mavourneen a memory of the great rebellion, ed. from the record of Hugh Tallant, rebel to King George the third, in the year of grace one thousand seven hundred and ninetyeight. Dublin, M. H. Gill & son, 1912. M146k My sword for Patrick Sarsfield; a story of the Jacobite war in Ireland, ed. from the memoirs of Phelim. O'Hara (1668-1750) a colonel in Sarsfield Horse. Dublin, M. H. Gill & son, 1907. M164m McHugh, Hugh: Beat it. N. Y., Dillingham, c1907. M186b Get next. N. Y., Dillingham, c1905. M186g Morley, Susan: Throstlethwaites. Phila., Lippincott, 1876. M8272t Morton, L. Curry: Hero and the man. Chgo., McClurg, 1912. M846h Mufford, Clarence Edward, & J. W. Clay: Buck Peters, ranchman; being the story of what happened when Buck Peters, Hopalong Cassidy, and their Bar-20 associates went to Montana. Ed. 2. Chgo., McClurg, 1912. M8984h Murphy, James: Forge of Clohogue; a story of the rebellion of '98. Dublin, M. H. Gill & son, 1912. M955f Oppenheim, Edward Phillips: Mischief-maker. Bost., Little, 1913. Op56m5 Orczy, Emma Magdalena Rosalia Maria Josefa Barbara, baroness: Meadowsweet. N. Y., Hodder & Stoughton, c1912. Or2me Go to it. N. Y., ham, c1908. DillingM186go Macleod, Della Campbell: Maiden manifest. Bost., Little, 1913. M2249m McManus, L.: In Sarsfield's days: a tale of the siege of Limerick. Dublin, M. H. Gill & son, 1906. M228i Lally of the b r i ga d e. Dublin, James Duffy & co., 1908. M2281 -Nessa. Dublin, S e a l y, Bryers & Walker, n. d. M228n Parker, Sir Gilbert: house: a novel. N. Y. Harper, 1913. Judgment & Lond., P225j Margueritte, Victor: of the heart; tr. from by Frederic Lees. N. c1913. Frontiers the French Y., Stokes, M3378f Phillips, David Graham, (John, pseud): Old wives for new; a novel. N. Y., Grosset & Dunlap, c1908. P542o Pocock, Roger: Man in the open. Indianapolis, Merrill, c1912. P751m Pollock, Channing: Footlights fore and aft. Bost., R. G. Badger, c1911. P761f Porter, Sydney, (. Henry, p s e u d.): Rolling stones. N. Y., Doubleday, 1912. P835ro Raine, William MacLeod: Brand blotters. N. Y., Dillingham, c1912. R1348br - Crooked trails and straight. N. Y., Dillingham, c1913. R1348c Rawlence, Guy: Highwayman. N. Y., Watt. c1911. R1982h Reed, Myrtle: Shadow of victory; a romance of Fort Dearborn. N. Y. & London, Putnam, c1903. R2516s Marriott, Crittenden: Sally Castleton southerner. Phila. & Lond., Lippincott, 1913. M3493s Master of mysteries: being an account of the problems solved by Astro, seer of secrets, and his love affair with Valeska Wynne, his assistant. Indianapolis, M e r r i 1, c1912. M393m M a x w e l, William Babington: General Mallock's shadow. N. Y., Appleton, 1913. M4516g

Page  193 REPORTS AND LEGISLATION ON PUBLIC ROADS 193 Revere, Mervyn Paul: Bride's hero. Ed. 2. Stokes, c1912. R324b Rinehart, Mary Roberts: Case of Jennie Brice. Indianapolis, Merrill, c1913. R472ca Scott, Leroy: Counsel for the defense. N. Y., Doubleday, 1912. Sco848c Sedgwick, Anne Douglas: T he nest, the white pagoda, the suicide, a forsaken temple, Miss Jones and the masterpiece. N. Y., Century, 1913. Se28n Strong, Clara Lathop: Forfeit: a novel. Bost. & N. Y., Houghton, 1912. St87f Tarkington, Booth: Flirt. N. Y., Doubleday, 1913. T1746f Van Buren, Evelyn: Pippin. N. Y., Century, 1913. V276p W e 11 s, Herbert George: Marriage. London, Macmillan, 1912. W4628m Whitaker, Herman: Mystery of the Barranca. N. Y. & Lond., Harper, 1913. W5801m Whitman, Stephen French: Isle of life; a romance. N. Y., Scribner, 1913. W595i Wiggin, Mrs. K a te Douglas (Smith): Mother Carey. Lond., N. Y. & Toronto, Hodder & Stoughton, n. d. +W639mo Sinclair, May Combined maze. Harper, 1913. (same as Mary): N. Y. & Lond., Si618co Stewart, Charles David: Finerty of the Sand-house. N. Y., Century, 1913. St49fi UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT REPORTS AND LEGISLATION ON PUBLIC ROADS IN THE PUBLIC DOCUMENTS DIVISION Abbott, J. W.: Mountain roads as a source of revenue. (In Agri. Dept. Yearbook, 1901. pp. 527-540, and 7 pl. 1902.) Use of mineral oil in road improvement. (Public Roads Inquiries Office, 1902. 24 p., 4 il., 3 PL.) Benguet Road: Report of officer in charge of construction. (In Philippine Commission Report, 1905, pt. 3. pp. 359-403, and 2 il., 4 pl., map. 1906.) Brittain, J. I.: Fruit trees along highway in Baden. (In Monthly Cons. Rp., Jan., 1905, No. 292, p. 197.) Cooley, George W.: Road material resources of Minnesota. (Office Of Public Roads, 1911, bull. 40. 24 P., 6 pl., map.) Cushman, Allerton S.: Corrosion of iron. (Office of Public Roads, 1907, bull. 30. 35 p., 3 il., 7 pl.) Preservation of iron and steel. (Office of Pub. Roads, 1909, Ibll. 35. 40 p., pl.) Cushman, A. S.; and Hubbard, Prevost: Decomposition of feldspars. (Public Roads Office, Jan. 30, 1907, bull. 28. 29 p., 6 il.) Descriptive catalogue of the road model exhibit. (Office of Public Roads, 1911, bull. 36. 20 p., 1 il., 14 pl.) Dodge, Martin: Government cooperation in object lesson road work. (In Agri. Dept. Yearbook, 1901, pp. 409-414, and 2 pl. 1902.) Eldridge, Maurice O.: PublicRoad mileage, revenues, and expenditures in the United States in 1904. (Office of Public Roads, 1907, bull. 32. 100 p., 2 il.) Public roads of (the states): mileage and expenditures in 1904. (Office of Public Roads, 1904, circ. 58. 4 p.) [A series of road statistics by states.] European road treatment. (In Monthly Cons. and Trade Rp., June, 1907, No. 231. p. 140, 141.)

Page  194 194 REPORTS AND LEGISLATION ON PUBLIC ROADS Exhibit of the Office of Public Roads. Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition. (Public Roads Office, 1909. 23 p., 4 il., 12 pl.) Fletcher, Austin B.: Construction of macadam roads. (Office of Public Roads, 1907, bull. 29. 56 p., 10 il., 6 pl.) Goldbeck, Albert T.; and Jackson, Frank H.: Physical testing of rock for road building, including the methods used and the results obtained. (Office of Public Roads, 1912, bull. 44. 96 p., 20 il., 4 tables.) Good roads. (In Monthly Cons. and Trade Rp., Dec. 1906, No. 315. pp. 189-191.) [A collection of articles by consular officers.] Hoyt, Charles H.: New Hampshire highways. Report of an inspection of highways in the state of New Hampshire, August, 1911. (Office of Public Roads, 1912, bull. 42. 35 p., 40 pl.) Hoyt, Charles H., and Burr, William H.: Highway bridges and culverts. (Office of Public Roads, 1912, bull. 43. 21 p., 3 il., 14 pl.) Hubbard, Prevost.: Bitumens and their essential constituents for road construction and maintenance. (Office of Public Roads, 1911, circ. 93. 16 p.) Cake-oven tars of the United States. (Office of Public Roads, 1912, circ. 97. 11 p.) - Dust preventives. (Office of Public Roads, 1908, bull. 34. 64 p., 3 pl.) Hubbard, Prevost, and Draper, Clifton N.: Naphthalene in road tars. I. The effect of naphthalene upon the consistency of refined tars. (Office of Public Roads, 1911, circ. 96. 12 p.) Hubbard, Prevost; and Reeve, Charles S.: Methods for the examination of bituminous road materials. (Office of Public Roads, 1911, bull. 38. 45 p., 18 il.) Land concessions, by acts of Congress, to States and corporations for railroad and military wagonroad purposes, 1850-1901. (In General Land Office report, 1901. pp. 289-297. 1901.) Legislation for road improvement. (In Agri. Dept. Yearbook, 1901. pp. 679, 680. 1902.) Leighton, Henry, and Bastin, Edson S.: Road Materials of Southern and Eastern Maine. (Office of Public Roads, 1908, bull. 33. 56 p., 4 pl.) Lord, Edwin C. E.: Examination and classification of rocks for building, including the physical properties of rocks with reference to their mineral composition and structure. (Office of Public Roads, 1911, bull. 37. 28 p., 1 il., 10 pl., 2 tables.) New wagon road in Honduras. (In Cons. Rp., Feb. 1903, no. 269, pp. 202, 203.) Page, L. W.: Object lesson roads. (In Agri. Dept. Yearbook, 1906. pp. 137-150, and 4 pl. 1907.) Oil-mixed Portland Cement concrete. (Office of Public Roads, 1902, bull. 46. 28 p., 7 il., 5 pl.) Proceedings of the National Good Roads Convention held at St. Louis, April 27 to 29, 1903. (Office of Public Roads Inquiries, 1903, bull. 26. 80 p.) Proceedings of the North Carolina Good Roads Convention held at Raleigh, Feb. 12 and 13, 1902. (Office of Public Roads Inquiries, 1902, bull. 24. 72 p., 5 pl.) Progress reports of dust preventives. (Office of Public Roads, 1908, circ. 89. 26 p., 6 tables.) Progress reports of experiments in dust prevention, road preservation, and road construction. (Office of Public Roads, 1911, circ. 94. 56 p., 35 tables.) Publications of the office of Public Roads. (In Division of Publica

Page  195 _I WORKS IN THE FI] tions, Agri. Dept. 1912, circular 10, eds. of Mar. 15 and May 13.) Report of the director of the Office of Public Roads for 1911. Spoon, W. L.: Sand-clay and earth roads in the middle west. (Office of Public Roads, 1910, circ. 91. 31 p., 6 il.) LIPINIANA DIVISION 195 Tests of samples of road material from Cuba. (In civil report Leonard Wood, military governor, Jan. 1-Dec. 31, 1901. Vol. 1., pp. 105 -111. [1903.] Winslow, D. H.: Special roads problems in the Southern States. (Office of Public Roads, 1911, circ. 95. 15 p.) LIST OF WORKS IN THE FILIPINIANA DIVISION RELATING TO THE STUDY OF THE LINGUISTICS OF THE PHILIPPINE ISLANDS —PART IV. Gainza, Francisco: Collectio latina ad usum juventutis in Universitate sancti Thoma Manilensi studentis. Manilae. 1860. Typis Collegii Sancti Thomae sub D. Joanne Cortada. V. I. 3116 pp. 4 1. n. n. 18 cm. Collectio latina ad usum juventutis in Universitate S. Thomae Manilensi studentis. Manila Typis Collegii Sancti Thomse, 1891. Vol. I. 336 pp. 16 cm. Gramatica Latina para uso de la juventud Filipina. Manila Tipografia del Colegio de Santo Tomas. 1894. 348 pp. 16 cm. Vocabulario en lengua Gaddana. Ms. Galtes, Pio: Diccionario etnografico-antropol6gico. Barcelona Tip. espaiola. 1894. 541 pp. 15.5 cm. Garcia, Francisco: Elementos de Gramatica Inglesa para uso de los niios de 1.a ensefianza. Segunda edici6n. Manila, Imp. del Colegio de Sto. Tomas. 1901. 174 pp. 19.5 cm. --- Elementos de Gramatica Inglesa para uso de los niios de 1.a ensefianza. Tercera edici6n. Manila. Imp. del Colegio de Sto. Tomns. 1904. 174 pp. 20 cm. - anga unang turo sa uicang ingles. Manila, 1902. Imprenta del Colegio de Sto. Tomas. 477 4- VIII pp. 15 cm. Garcia de Arboleya Jose: El idioItla que se habla en Jolo. In "His toria del Archipielago y sultania de Jolo, y noticia de la expedici6n espaiola que a las 6rdenes del marques de la Solana, acaba de destruir a los piratas joloanos. Ilustrada con seis laminas, un mapa geogrAfico y un Apendice en que se da noticia de las Islas Filipinas y de Borneo, y se insertan los documentos oficiales sobre la ruina de Balanguingui en 1848, y los ultimos acontecimientos. Habana 1851. Imprenta de M. Soler, calle de la Muralla num. 82. p. 19. Gayacao, Juan: Manual de conversaciones en Hispano-Bicol y vice versa. 5a. edicion. Manila Imp. de los "Amigos del Pais" Calle Anda, num. 10. 1881. 116 pp. 16 cm. Nuevo vocabulario y guia de conversaciones espafiol-panayano. Segunda edici6n. Manila. Imp. Ciudad Condal de Plana y Ca. Escolta 29 dup. 1879. 70 pp. 1 1. 14.5 cm. Nuevo vocabulario 6 manual de conversaciones en Hispano-Ilocano. 4a. Edici6n. Manila Imp. de Don Esteban Balbas, Letran Num. 17, esquina a la Real, 1884. 80 pp. 15 cm. Nuevo vocabulario 6 manual de conversaciones en Hispano-Ilocano. Sexta Edicion. Manila. Imp. "Amigos del Pais," Real 34, 1895. 80 pp. 16.5 cm. Nuevo vocabulario 6 manual de conversaciones en Hispano-Ilocano. Novena Edici6n. M a n i a,

Page  196 196 WORKS IN THE FILIPINIANA DIVISION 1907. Imp. Lit. J. Martinez, Calle Jolo num. 310, Binundoc. 78 pp. 18.5 cm. Gaytero, Manuel: Reglas de Gramatica Castellana. Explicaciones y ejemplos para entender el uso de la Gramatica y reglas para su correcta pronunciacion. Manila Imprenta de Santo Tomas, 1909. 120 pp. 20 cm. Gelabert y Gordiola, Juan: Manual de lengua sanskrita. Precede una instrucci6n sobre el desenvolvimiento historico literario de esta lengua. Madrid, 1890. 424 pp. 24.5 cm. Gentil, M. C.: Du Language et des Caracteres en ufage chez les Naturels des Philippines. In "Voyage dans les mers de l'Ynde fait par ordre du roi, a l'occafion du Passage de Venus, fur le Difque du Soleil, le 6 Juin, 1761, & le 3 du meme mois 1769. A. Paris De l'imprimerie royale. MDCCIXXXI. Vol. II. pp. 63-74. Gironiere, Paul de la: De la langue tagale. In Aventures d'un Gentilhomme Breton aux YIes Philippines. Avec un apercu sur la geologie et la nature du sol de ces iles, sur ses habitants; sur le regne mineral, le regne vegetal et le regne animal; sur l'agriculture, l'industrie et le commerce de cet archipel. Paris. Au Comptoir des imprimeurs-unis, Lacroix-Comon. Quai Malaquais, 15, 1855." pp. 373-375. Same 1857 Paris. Imprimeurs Libraires de l'institut de France Rue Jacob, 56. pp. 373-375. Gisbert, Mateo: Diccionario Bagobo-Espanfol. Manila, Estab. Tipo Litografico de Ramirez y Comp., 1892. 64 pp. 3 1. 20.5 cm. Diccionario espafiol-bagobo. Manila, Estab. Tip. de J. Marty. Carriedo num. 6, Sta. Cruz, 1890. 188 pp. 1 1. 21 cm. Gobien, Charles le: La langue Marianois. In "Histoire des Isles Marianes Nouvellement converties a la Religion Chreftienne; & de la mort glorieufe des premiers Miffionnaires qui yont preche la Foy. A. Paris Chez Nicolas Pepie. MDCC. 433 pp. 6 1. nn. Govantes, Felipe M. de: Lenguas. In "Compendio de Historia de Filipinas." Manila, Imp. del Colegio de Sto. Tomas, a cargo de D. G. Memije, 1877. p. 3. Guerin, M.: Vocabulaire du dialecte Tayal ou aborigene de l'ile Formose. In "Bulletin de la Societe de geographie" Paris, Nov. et Dec,, 1868. pp. 466-507. Guillen, Felix: Gramatica bisaya para facilitar el estudio del dialecto bisaya-cebuano. Malabon, 1898. Estab. Tip. Lit. del Asilo de Huerfanos. 157 pp. 1 1. Gutierrez Gay, J. P.: Caton ingles. Metodo esencialmente practico para aprender los rudimentos de pronunciacion y escritura del idioma ingles. 2a. Edici6n. Manila, Imp. Lit. de Chofre y Comp. Escolta 33, 1898. 75 p. 1 1. 21 cm. Herrejon, Santos: Lecciones de Gramatica bicol-hispana. Binondo, Estab. Tip. de M. Perez, hijo, Calle Anloague 6, 1882. 211 pp. 3 1. 22 cm. Hervas Lorenzo: Catalogo de las naciones conocidas y numeracion, divisi6n, y clases de estas segun la diversidad de sus idiomas y dialectos. Imp. de la Administracion del Real Arbitrio de Benificencia. Madrid, 1800-1805 6 vols. 20 cm. The part which refers to the Philippines will be found in the pp. 24-53, vol. II. Hevia, Campomanes, Jose: Lecciones de Gramatica Hispano-Tagala. Segunda edicion. M an i I a, Estab. Tip. del Colegio de Sto. Tomas, 1877. 256 pp. 1 1. n. n 20.5 cm. Lecciones de Gramatica Hispano-tagala. Tercera edici6n. Manila, Estab. Tip. del Colegio de Sto. Tomas a cargo de D. Gervasio Memije, 1883. 256 pp. 2 1. 21.5 cm.

Page  197 THE GOVERNMENT OF THE PHILIPPINE ISLANDS DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION t':A PHILIPPINE LIBRARY '....i i.j: ULLETIN OF THE PHILIPPINE LIBRARY Eante VOLUME I AUGUST, 1913 NUMBER 12 CONTENTS THE IMPORTANCE OF PUBLIC DOCUMENTS -- 199,200 DUPLICATES IN THE FILIPINIANA DIVISION OFFERED FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE - - - - -- 201,202 SUGGESTED READING FOR OCCUPATION DAY - - - 203,204 RECENT ACCESSIONS - - - - - - - - - 204-213 LIST OF WORKS IN THE FILIPINIANA DIVISION RELATING TO THE STUDY OF THE LINGUISTICS OF THE PHILIPPINE ISLANDSPART V - - - - -213-216 MANILA BUREAU OF PRINTING 1913 120211

Page  198 PHILIPPINE LIBRARY BOARD Ex officio: NEWTON W. GILBERT, Secretary of Public Instruction DEAN C. WORCESTER, Secretary of the Interior GREGORIO ARANETA, Secretary of Finance and Justice Appointive: GRANT T. TRENT, Justice of the Supreme Court LAWRENCE E. GRIFFIN, Associate Professor of Zoology, and Dean, College of Liberal Arts, University of the Philippines Secretary: MCQUEEN S. WIGHTMAN. PHILIPPINE LIBRARY OFFICERS JAMES A. ROBERTSON, Librarian SYRENA MCKEE, Chief Cataloguer BESSIE A. DWYER, Chief, Circulating Division (American Circulating Library) MANUEL ARTIGAS Y CUERVA, Curator, Filipiniana Division 198

Page  199 BULLETIN OF THE PHILIPPINE LIBRARY Vublie;btb montblp bp tbte Ijilippine librarp Manila, p. 31. VOL. I AUGUST, 1913 No. 12 The library is open daily in its various divisions as follows: Circulating Division (American Circulating Library), 8 a. m. to 9 p. m. Periodical Division, 8 a. m. to 9 p. m. Filipiniana Division, 7.30 a. m. to 4.30 p. m., Monday to Friday; 7.30 a. m. to 12.30 p. m., Saturday. Public Documents Division, 8 a. m. to 5 p. m., Monday to Friday; 8 a. m. to 1 p. m., Saturday. Scientific Division (Bureau of Science), 7.30 a. in. to 9 p. m., Monday to Friday; 7.30 a. m. to 5 p. m. Saturday; 9 a. m. to 12 noon Sundays and holidays. Law Division (Supreme Court), 8 a. m. to 12.30 p. m., Monday to Friday; 8 a. m. to 1 p. m. Saturday. A fee of five pesos per annum or fifty centavos per month is charged for the privilege of drawing books from the Circulating Division (American Circulating Library). The privileges of the periodical and reference rooms are free to all. Books of tlhe Filipiniana and Public Documents divisions may be consulted free in the library. If sufficient notice be given before the hour for closing the two latter divisions, books will be reserved for readers at the charging desk of the Circulatin'g Division (American Circulating Library). THE IMPORTANCE OF PUBLIC DOCUMENTS. A librarian of recognized standing in the United States once said to the writer: "If the young man who is ambitious for great wealth in money only knew it, there is a veritable gold mine in the public documents issued by the Government of the United States, and study and investigation of them will yield wonderful results. Those documents treat of so great a diversity of matters, and many of them in so practical a manner, and so ably and learnedly, that the bright young man may well make of them a school that is worth while." His words were quite true, although he might better have emphasized the knowledge and mental training to be derived from that study, rather than the material benefit. 120211 —2 199

Page  200 200 THE IMPORTANCE OF PUBLIC DOCUMENTS The Government of the United States conducts one of the largest publishing houses in existence, from the presses of which many thousands of documents, varying in size from a single sheet to huge volumes and sets, are issued annually. All are in charge of the Superintendent ofi Documents, and rare system and efficiency have been evolved in their care and distribution. Many are distributed freely, but for others a small charge, sufficient to cover cost of manufacture, is made. Certain libraries have been made depository institutions, and receive all the publications of the United States Government. The Philippine Library is one of these. Quite recently a "Classified list of United States public documents for selection by depository libraries" was received in the library. The diversity of subjects treated may be seen by citing those of a single Department, that of Agriculture, chosen merely because it is first on the list. Foremost are those of the Secretary, as follows: Annual report; circulars; farmers' bulletins; food inspection decisions; Department reports; and yearbook. In sequence follow those of the Animal Industry Bureau, Biological Survey Bureau, Chemistry Bureau, Entomology Bureau, Experiment Stations Office, Forest Service, Publications Division, Soils Bureau, Solicitors, Statistics Bureau, and Weather Bureau, all of which have various publications. It needs no special discrimination to see their immense practical value. Some of the best scientific treatises known will be found among these reports, and these, if they ever get into the old book store, fetch a high price. In the Philippine Islands the Bureau of Printing fulfills much the same function as the document office in the United States in the distribution of Government publications. During the short period of American occupation, many very important reports, bulletins, and works have been published, some of which, like those in the United States, are for free distribution, while for others as low a price as possible is charged. The Philippine Library contains over 50,000 of the documents of the United States, and several thousands of those issued by the Government of the Philippine Islands. In addition, there are several thousands from other countries. There is scarcely a subject in which some materials will not be found by the student. Many persons have been accustomed to look upon all Government publications as dry and useless, partly because of the ease with which some of them may be procured. They are by no means so, but contain often the best thought of the best-trained specialists of which the country can boast. One need only cite in proof the reports of the Smithsonian Institution of the United States, the Wilkinson Malayan reports of the Federated Malay States, or the publications of the Bureau of Science of the Philippines. These, as well as many others, well merit the attention of university professors and students, of other professional men, of diplomats, and of the practical men of affairs.

Page  201 DUPLICATES IN THE FILIPINIANA DIVISION 201 DUPLICATES IN THE FILIPINIANA DIVISION OFFERED FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE Montano, J.: Voyage aux Philippines et en Malaisie. Ouvrage contenant 30 gravures et une carte. Paris, Hachette, 1886. 351 p. 19 cm. Montero y Vidal, Jose: El Archipielago filipino y las Islas Marianas, Carolinas y Palaos. Su historia, geografia y estadistica. Obra ilustrada con dos mapas. Madrid Tello, 1886. 505 p. 21 cm. Historia de la pirateria malayo-mahometana en Mindanao, Jolo y Borneo. Comprende desde el descubrimiento de dichas Islas hasta Junio de 1888. Madrid, Tello, 1888. 2 vols. 21 cm. -Historia general de Filipinas desde el descubrimiento de dichas Islas hasta nuestros dias. Madrid, Tello, 1887-1895. 3 vols. 21 cm. Monteverde y Sedano, Federico: Campaia de Filipinas. La Divisi6n Lachambre. 1897. Madrid, Hernando, 1888. 604 p. 24 cm. Moreno, Francisco: Historia de la Santa Iglesia Metropolitana. Con las vidas de arzobispos y varones insignes, extensiva a hechos culminantes de la conquista y fundaci6n de varias instituciones en esta capital hasta 1650. Edicion para los suscritores de la Revista y de El Oriente. Manila, 1877. Imp. de El Oriente. 294 p. 19 cm. Morga, Antonio de: Sucesos de las Islas Filipinas. Obra publicada en Mejico el afio 1809 nuevamente sacada a luz y anotada por Jose -izal y precedida de un Prologo del I)rof. Fernando Blumentritt. Paris, Garnier Hermanos, 1890. 374 p. 2: cm. Mosquera y Garcia, Francisco: MX:moria sobre el tabaco de Filipin1:s, su produccion, elaboraci6n y distribuci6n. Ed. 2. Madrid, Arabi:, 1880. 75 p. 22.5 cm. Moya y Jimenez; Francisco Javier de: Las Islas Filipinas 1882. Estudios historicos geograficos y descriptivos. Madrid, "El Correo," 1883. 362 p. 22 cm. Musgrave, W. E.: Amebas. Their cultivation and etiologic significance. Manila, Bureau of Public Printing, 1904. 117 p. 16 pl. 23 cm. Navarro, Eduardo: Estudio de algunos asuntos de actualidad. Cedulas personales, pasaportes, padrones, censura de impresos y comedias, juegos, vagos, malhechores, regimen municipal, la enseianza, codigos civil y penal, juzgados de paz, la masoneria. Apendice. Madrid, Viu~ da de M. Minuesa de los Rios, 1897. 281 p. 23 cm. Nieva, Gregorio: Philippine Assembly. Official Directory. First Philippine Legislature. M a n i I a, Bureau of Printing, 1908. 92 p. 19.5 cm. Noceda, Juan de; San Lucar, Pedro de: Vocabulario de la lengua tagala. Manila, Ramirez y Giraudier, 1860. 642 p. 30 cm. Noval y Gutierrez, Jose: Discurso leido en la apertura anual de los estudios de la Real y Pontificia Universidad de Sto. Tomas de Manila el dia 2 de Julio de 1891. Manila, Sto. Tomas, 1891. 65, xxxviii p. 30 cm. Ocio, Hilario: Compendio de la Resefia biografica de los religiosos de la provincia del Santisimo Rosario de Filipinas desde su fundaci6n hasta nuestros dias, por el autor de la misma. Comprende desde 1587 a 1895. Sto. Tomas, 1895. 1240, xviii, 167 p. 21.5 cm. O'Connell, Daniel: Manila the Pearl of the Orient. Guide Book to the intending visitor. M a n i I a, Bureau of Printing, 1908. 59 p., 1 map. 20 cm.

Page  202 202 DUPLICATES IN THE FILIPINIANA DIVISION Olive y Garcia, Francisco: Islas Marianas. Lijeros apuntes acerca de las mismas, porvenir a que pueden y deben aspirar, y ayuda que ha de prestar la administraci6n para conseguirlo. Manila, Perez (Hijo), 1887. Oses Abaurre, Felix: Discurso leido en la apertura anual de los estudios de la Real y Pontificia Universidad de Sto. Tomas de Manila, el dia 2 de Julio de 1897. Manila, Sto. Tomas, 1897. 70, xvi p. 30 cm. Orden general numero 40. Oficinas sa gobernador militar sa Estados Unidos sa Filipinas. Manila, 24 de Marzo de 1900. Ley Municipal (en dialecto cebuano). 46 p. 18.5 cm. Orden general numero 40. Oficina sang gobernador sang E. U. sa Filipinas. Manila, 29 de Marzo de 1900. Ley Municipal (en dialecto panayano). Imp. La Democracia. 43 p. 18 cm. Ordenanza del Tribunal de Cuentas. Madrid, Alonso 1849. 25 p. 29 cm. Ortega, Gaspar de: Cartilla de las obligaciones y derechos del contribuyente, gobernadorcillo y cabeza de barangay con relacion a los impuestos sobre fabricacion y venta de alcoholes, propiedad urbana, industria y comercio, fabricaci6n y venta de tabaco y cedulas personales. Manila, Perez, hijo, 1886. 22 cm. Pan, Jose Felipe del: Los chinos en Filipinas. Males que se experimentan actualmente y peligros de esa creciente inmigraci6n. Observaciones, hechos y cifras que se encuentran en articulos que "La Oceania Espafiola" peri6dico de Manila ha dedicado al estudio de este problema social. Manila, "La Oceania Espaiola," 1886. 130 p. il. 21.5 cm. Pardo de Tavera, T. H.: Biblioteca Filipina 6 sea Catalogo razonado de todos los impresos, tanto insulares como extranjeros, relativos a la historia, la etnografia, la lin giiistica, la botanica, la fauna, la flora, la geologia, la hidrografia, la geografia, la legislaci6n etc., de las Islas Filipinas, de Jol6 y Marianas. Wash., Govt. Printing Office, 1903. 439 p. 26.5 cm. -Contribuci6n para el estudio de los antiguos alfabetos filipinos. Losana, Yaunin Hermanos, 1884. 30 p. il. 22.5 cm. — El mapa de Filipinas del P. Murillo Velarde. Manila, Chofre, 1894. 19 p. 24 cm. Etimologia de los nombres de Razas de Filipinas, Manila, Reyes, 1901. 20 p. 18 cm. - Las costumbres de los tagalos en Filipinas segun el Padre Plasencia. (Inserto en la "Revista Contemporanea" num. 397, de 15 de Junio de 1892.) Madrid, Gines Hernandez, 1892. 20 p. 23 cm. --- Los frailes en Filipinas. Conferencia dada en el Club Internacional el dia 9 de Junio. Manila, 1901. 19 p. 22.5 cm. Noticias sobre la imprenta y el grabado en Filipinas. Madrid, hijos de M. G. Hernandez, 1893. 48 p. 22 cm. -- Plantas medicinales de Filipinas. Madrid, Rico, 1892. 128 p. 22 cm. --- Una memoria de Anda y Salazar. Manila, "La Democracia," 1899. 102 p. 22 cm. Paterno, Pedro A.: El Cristianismo en la antigua civilizaci6n tagalog. Contestaci6n al M. R. P. Fr. R. Martinez Vigil de la orden de Predicadores Obispo de Oviedo. Madrid, Imprenta Moderna, 1892. 88 p. 19.5 cm. - El Regimen municipal en las Islas Filipinas. Real decreto de 19 de Mayo de 1893 con notas y concordancias. Madrid, sucesores de Cuesta, 1893. 280 p. 19.5 cm. Los itas. Madrid, Sucesores de Cuesta, 1890. 439 p. 2 1. 17.5 cm.

Page  203 SUGGESTED READINGS FOR OCCUPATION DAY 203 SUGGESTED READINGS FOR OCCUPATION DAY. Andrews, E. B.: History of the United States. 2 vols. N. Y., 1906. 973An26 Canby, G.: Evolution of the American flag. Phila., 1908. 929.9C16 Chadwick, F. E.: Relations of the United States and Spain. 2 vols., N. Y., 1911. 327C34r Channing, E.: History of United States. N. Y., 1910. 973C362 Colquhoun, A. R.: Greater America. N. Y., 1904. 329.73C7196g Coolidge, A. C.: United States as a world power N. Y., 1908. 327.73C777u Denby, C.: First Philippine Commission. In "China and its people." Bost., 1906. 915.1D411 Eggleston, E.: First book in American History with special reference to the lives of Great Americans. N. Y., c1899. + 973Eg36f Fiske, J.: Essays, Historical and literary. N. Y., 1903. 973F547 All of Fiske's works are recommended. Foster, J. W.: American diplomacy in the Orient. Bost., 1904. 327F814 Funston, F.: Memories of two wars. N. Y., 1911. 921F965am Hale, E. E.: Memoirs of a hundred years. N. Y., 1902. 973H131m Halsey, F. W.: Great epochs in American History described by famous writers from Columbus to Roosevelt. 10 vols. N. Y., c1912. 972H165 Hart, A. B., ed.: American nation. 27 vols. N. Y., 1904-1908. 973H2511a - Problems of the Philippines. in "Obvious Orient." pp. 245-255, -70-281. N. Y., 1911. 915H253 Hawthorne, N.: True stories from history and biographical stories. Alost., 1878. +974.4H3182t I i i Jernegan, P. F. Philippine citizen. Manila, 1908. +350J48p Kipling, R.: Recessional. Le Roy, J. A.: Philippine life in town and country. N. Y., 1906. 919.14S56 Lodge, H. C.; and Roosevelt, T.: Hero tales from American history. N. Y., 1900. 973L8211 McMaster, J. B.: History of the people of the United States. 7 vols. N. Y., 1904-1910. 973M2271 Mathews, J. B., ed.: Poems of American patriotism. N. Y., 1882. 808.1M432 Millard, T. F. F.: America and the Far Eastern question. N. Y., 1909. 915M611 Osgood, H. L.: American colonies in seventeeth century. 3 vols. N. Y., 1904. 973.20s3 Parker, L.: Verses of the Philippines. Manila, 1911. President's Instruction to the Philippine Commission. April 7, 1900. In "Compilation of the Acts of the Philippine Commission." Rizal, J.: Ang Filibusterismo. Manila, 1911. Tagalog trans. by Mariano. - By telephone. Manila, 1912. Transl. by Derbyshire and edited by Craig. -Ang Filipinas sa loob ng isang daang taon. Tagalog transl. of "Filipinas dentro de cien afnos," by Regalado. El Filibusterismo. Ghent, 1891. My last farewell and other poems. Manila, 1912. Transl. by Derbyshire and edited by Craig. - Noli me tangere. Berlin, 1886. Noli me tangere. Maynila, 1913. Tagalog transl. by Mariano. Noli me tangere. Maynila, 1913. Tagalog transl. by Poblete.

Page  204 204 RECENT ACCESSIONS Rizal, J.: Por telefono. 1889. - Reign of greed. Manila, 1912. Transl. by Derbyshire of "El Filibusterismo." The Philippines a century hence. Manila, 1912. Transl. by Derbyshire and edited by Craig. The social cancer. Manila, 1912. Transl. by Derbyshire of "Noli me tangere." Schouler, J.: History of t he United States. 6 vols. N. Y., 1894-1899. 973M34 Shaw, A.: Political problems of American development. N. Y., 1907. 320Sh2 Stevenson, B. E., ed.: Poems of American History. Bost., 1908. 808.1St48 Taft, W. H.: Inaugural address as civil governor of the Philippines. In present day problems. N. Y., 1908. 825T125 Treaty of Paris, December 10, 1898. In "Compilation Acts Philippine Commission." Trevelyan, G. 0.: American revolution. 3 vols. N. Y., 1907. 973T7281 Wilson, W.: History of American people. 5 vols. N. Y., 1903. 973W699h Witherbee, S. A.: Spanish-American war songs. Detroit, 1898. 808.1W774 PERIODICALS. Algue, J.: Philippine question. In "Independent," March 15, 1902. America in the Philippines. In "Living Age" Dec. 24, 1910, and Jan. 10, 1911. American attitude toward the Philippines. In "Outlook." Oct. 24, 1908. America's ten-year record in the Philippines. In "Rev. of Reviews." March, 1909. Forbes, W. C.: Decade of American rule in the Philippines. In "Atlantic Monthly." Feb., 1909. Gilbert, N. W.: American achievements in the Philippines. In "Outlook." Oct. 24, 1908. Ide, H. C.: Philippine problems. In "North American Review." Dec., 1907. LeRoy, J. A.: Our Spanish inheritance in the Philippines. In "Atlantic Monthly." Mar., 1905. Manila periodicals: "Daily Bulletin," Aug. 15 and 16; "CablenewsAmerican," Aug. 13, 1910, 1911, 1912; "Manila Times," Aug. 12, 1911; Philippine Monthly," Dec., 1910. Moses, B.: American the Philippines. In Monthly." May, 1913. control of "Atlantic Occupation of the Philippine Islands. In "Scientific American." Apr. 22, 1908. Rebirth City of Manila. In "Living Age." Jan., 1911. Salazar, Juan F.: Occupation day. A poem. In "Cablenews-American." Aug. 13, 1912. Wooley, R. M.: Making Manila a prize port. In "Technical World." Feb., 1913. - M a n i a's churches. In "Overland." Apr., 1911. RECENT ACCESSIONS. BIOGRAPHY. Abbott, Jacob: Hannibal. N. Y. & Lond., Harper, 1900. [xii] [13] 295 p. front. (map) pls. 17 cm. (Makers of hist.) 921H196a History of Hannibal the Carthaginian. N. Y., W. L. Allison Co., n. d. (map) pls. hist. ser.) vi, 7-256 17- cm. p. front. (Abbotl's 921H1196a Abbott, John Stevens: History i:f Frederick the second, called Freclerick the great... N. Y., Harp,-rl 1871. xvi, [17] 584 p. 921F913a

Page  205 RECENT ACCESSIONS 205 Abbott, John Stevens: History of Henry the fourth, king of France and Navarre... N. Y., Harper, c1884. [xii] [13]-335 p. illus. 17 cm. 921H3953a Ashton, John: Florizel's folly... Lond., Chatlo, 1899. xii, 308 p. front., pl., ports. 19- cm. 921G293 Barbou, Alfred: Victor Hugo and his time... tr. from the French by Ellen E. Frewer. N. Y., Harper, 1882. xx; [21]-275 p. front., illus., ports. facsim. 23 cm. 921H875b Borel, Thomas: Count Agenor de Gasparin; tr. from the French by 0. O. Howard. N. Y., Putnam, 1881. 4 p. 1., 123 p. 19 — cm. 921G213 Brown, Emma Elizabeth: Life of Oliver Wendell Holmes. Bost., Lothrop, c1884. 304 p. front. (port). 19 cm. 921H737b Cleveland, Catherine Lucy Wilhelmina, duchess of: The true story of Kaspar Hauser from official documents. Lond. & N. Y., Macmillan, 1893. 2 p. 1., 112 p. 20 cm. 921H295c Cole, J. R.: The life and public services of Winfield Scott Hancock... also the life and services of Hon. William H. English... Cincinnati (0.), Douglass bros., 1880. 424 p. front., illus., ports. 21- cm. 921H191c Cooke, George Willis: George Eliot; a critical study of her life, writings, and philosophy. Bost., J. R. Osgood & Co., 1883. [vi] 438 1). front., (port.) 181 cm. 921.7E144c Cunningham, Peter: The story of Nell Gwyn and the sayings of Charles the second... N. Y., Stokes, l. d. [viii] 152 p. ports. 241 cm. 920.7G996c Dobson, Austin: Life of Oliver (oldsmith. Lond., W. Scott, n. d. 214, [xxiv] p. 17-l cm. (Great W-riters, ed. by E. Robertson & T. J< Marzials.) 921G574d Eckel, Lizzie (St. John): Maria Monk's daughter, an autobiography. N. Y., published for the author by The U. S. Pub. Co., 1875. xvi [5]604 p. 920.7Ec54 Eliot, George, pseud: Life and letters, by John W. Cross... N. Y., Crowell, n. d. 2 v. 920.7E144 Epinay, Mme Louise Florence Petronille: (Tardien d'Esclavelles) d'... Memoirs and correspondence of Madame D'Epinay... Paris, Societe des bibliophiles; N. Y., Merrill & Baker, n. d. 3 v. fronts., pi., ports. 22k cm. (Courtiers and favourites of royalty, ed. de luxe, No. 47). 920.7Ep45m Fahie, John Joseph: Galileo, his life and work... Lond., Murray, 1903. xvi, 451 p. front., illus., pl., ports. 22k cm. 921G133f Fletcher, Charles Robert Leslie: Gustavus Adolphus and the struggle of protestantism for existence. N. Y., Lond., Putnam, 1897. [xx] 316 p. front., illus., pls., ports., map. 191 cm. (Heroes of the nations, ed. by Evelyn Abbott.) 921G978f Forbes, Archibald: Chinese Gordon; a succinct record of his life. Lond., N. Y., Routledge, 1884. 2 p. 1., 252 p. front. (port.) 192 cm. 921G653f Ford, Paul Leicester: The true George Washington... Phila., Lippincott 1902. 319 p. front., pls., ports., facsims. 20^ cm. 921W277f The true George Washington.. [Ed. 14] Phila., Lippincott, 1909. 319 p. front., pls., ports., facsims. 20- cm. 921W277f1 Fouche, Joseph, duc d' Otrante: Memoirs of Joseph Fouche, duke of Otranto... Paris, Societe des bibliophiles; N. Y. Merrill & Baker, n. d. 2 v., fronts., pl., ports. 22kcm. (Courtiers and favourites of royalty, ed. de luxe No. 47) 921F822 Frederica Sophia Wilhelmina, princess royal of Prussia: Memoirs of Frederica Sophia Wilhelmina, princess royal of Prussia, margra

Page  206 206 RECENT ACCESSIONS vine of Baireuth, sister of Frederick the great, with an essay by W. D. Howells... Bost., J. R. Osgood & Co., 1877. 2 v. 15 cm. 920.7F872 Frith, William Powell: My autobiography and reminiscences... N. Y., Harper, 1888. vi, 508 p. front. 20 cm. 750F91 Garnett, Richard: Life of Ralph Waldo Emerson. Lond., & Newcastle-on-Tyne, W. Scott, p. 1888. [2001 xiv p. 171 cm. (Great writers, ed. by E. S. Robertson.) 92oEm34g Gilbert, Anne Jane (Hartley), (Mrs. George H. Gilbert): The stage reminiscences of Mrs. Gilbert; ed. by Charlotte M. Martin... N. Y., Scribner, 1901. [xv] [248] p. front., illus., pl., ports., facsim. 204 cm. 920.7G372 Gillett, Omer T.: How I became a preacher; a sequel to "How I become a sailor." Cincinnati (O.)., Cranston & Curts; N. Y., Hunt & Eaton; 1893. 436 p. front., illus. 184 cm. 921G423g Glisan, Rodney: Journal of army life. San Francisco, (Cal.), A. L. Bancroft Co., 1874. [xii] 511 p. front., illus., table. 221 cm. 921G4996 Goldoni, Varlo: Memoirs of Carlo Goldoni: tr. from the original French by John Black; with an essay by W. D. Howells. Bost., J. R. Osgood & Co. 428 p. 15 cm. 921G5696 Gordon, Sir Thomas Edward: A varied life; a record of military and civil service, of sport and of travel in India, Central Asia, and Persia, 1849-1902... Lond., Murray, 1906. xvi, 357 p. front., pls., ports., maps. 221 cm. 921G658 Green, John Richard: Letters of John Richard Green, ed. by Leslie Stephen. N. Y., Lond., Macmillan, 1901. [xii] 512 p. fron.t, ports. 224 cm. 921G823 Greene, Francis Vinton: General Green. N. Y., Appleton, 1898. 4 p. 1., 332 p. front. (port.), maps. 19 cm. (Great commanders, ed. b! J. G. Wilson). 921G834g Guerin, Eugenie de: Journal of Eugenie de Guerin; ed. by G. S. Trebutien. Ed. 2. Lond. & N. Y., A. Strahan, 1866. 3 p. 1., 423 p. 18-. cm. 920.7G936 Guerin, George Maurice de: The journal of Maurice de Guerin; with an essay by Matthew Arnold, and a memoir by Sainte-Beuve; ed. by (. S. Trebutien; tr. by E. H. Fisher. N. Y., Leypoldt. & Holt, 1867. 3 p. 1., 153 p. 18 cm. 921G936 Hall, Angelo: An astronomer's wife; the biography of Angeline Hall by her son. Baltimore (Md.) Nunn & Co., 1908. [130] p. front., pl. port. 201, cm. 920.7H14h Hall, Samuel Carter: Retrospect of a long life; from 1815 to 1883.. N. Y., Appleton, 1883. [vi] 612 p. front., ports. 21 cm. 921H147 Harris, John Chandler, ed.: Joel Chandler Harris' Life of Henry W. Grady, including his writings and speeches; a memorial volume comp. by Mr. Henry W. Grady's Co- workers on "The constitution" and ed. by Joel Chandler Harris. N. Y., Cassell, c1890. [xiv] 5-630 p. front. (port.), pls. 23 cm. 921G755h Haswell, Charles Haynes: Reminiscences of an octogenarian of the city of New York. (1816 to 1860). N. Y., Harper, 1897. [xiv] 581 p. front., illus., pls., ports. 12-I cm. 921H2798 Hawthorne, Julian: Hawthorne and his circle. N. Y. & Lond., Harper, 1903. [xxii] [372] p. front., pls. ports. 21 cm. 921H3186h Herbert, Edward, Lord Herbert of Cherbury: Lives of Lord Herbert of Cherbury and Thomas Ellwood; [ed.] with essays by W. D. Howells. Bost., J. R. Osgood & Co., 1877. viii, 369 p. 15 cm. 921H415 Herzen, Alexander: My exile in Siberia... Lond., Hurst & Blaclk" ett, 1855. 2 v. 20 cm. 921H:44

Page  207 RECENT ACCESSIONS 207 Hinsdale, Burke Aaron: President Garfield and education; Hiram college memorial. Bost., J. R. Osgood & Co., 1882. 433 p. front., pl. ports., facsims. 19 cm. 921G18h Historic memoirs of Henri IV, king of France and Navarre; written at the command of Louis XIV by his court historian... tr. from the French by J. D. Bost., Page, 1899. [xxviii] 29-405 p. front., pls. ports. 22-, cm. (Court memoir ser.) 921H3953h Hoar, George Frisbie: Autobioraphy of seventy years... N. Y. Scribner, 1903. 2 v. fronts. (ports.) 24- cm. 921H651 Hohenlohe-Schillingsffirst, Chlodwig Karl Viktor, ffirst zu: Memoirs of Prince Chlodwig of HohenloheSchilingsfiierst; authorized by Prince Alexander of HohenloheSchillingsfiierst; and ed. by Friedrich Curtins; English ed. supervised by G. W. Chrystal. N. Y. Lond., Macmillan, 1906. 2 v. fronts., ports., facsim. 23 cm. 921H683 Hole, Samuel Reynolds: The memories of Dean Hole... New ed. Lond., E. Arnold; N. Y., Macmillan, 1893. [xvi] 331 p. front (port.) illus. 19 cm. 921H714 Howard, J. Q.: The life, public services, and select speeches of Rutherford B. Hayes. Cincinnati (0.) R. Clarke & Co., 1876. [vi] 260 p. (port.) 20 cm. 921H328h Howell, James: Epistolae hoelianae; or, The familiar letters of James Howell; with an introd. by Agness Repplier. Bost. & N. Y. Houghton, 1908. 2 v. front. (port.) 921H839 Hugo, Victor Marie: The memoirs of Victor Hugo; with a preface by Paul Meurice; tr. by J. W. Harding. N. Y., Dillingham, 1899. 404 1i. front. (port.). 23~ cm. 921H875am - The memoirs of Victor IHugo; a preface by Paul Meurice; r. by J. W. Harding. N. Y., Dil lingham, c1899. 404 p. front. (port.). 191 cm. 921H875am Humboldt, Friedrich Heinrich Alexander, baron von: Letters of Alexander von Humboldt to Varnhagen von Ense, from 1827 to 1858; with extracts from Varnhagen's diaries, and letters of Varnhagen and others to Humboldt; tr. from the 2nd German ed. by Friedrich Kapp. N. Y., Rudd & Carleton; I Leipzig, T. A. Brockhams, 1860. [xvi] [17]-407 p. front. (port.). 19 cm. 921H88 Hume, Martin Andrew Sharp: The courtships of Queen Elizabeth; a history of the various negotiations for her marriage. [Rev. ed.] N. Y., McClure, 1906. viii, 404 p. 920.7E1483h Huxley, Thomas Henry: Hume. N. Y., Harper, n. d. vi, 206 p. 19 cm. (Eng. men of letters, ed. by John Morley). 921H882h James Henry: Hawthorne. N. Y., Harper, c1879. viii, 177 p. 19 cm. (Eng. men of letters, ed. by J. Morley). 921H3186j Jenks, Edward: Edward Plantagenet (Edward I), the English Justinian; or The making of the common law. N. Y., Lond., Putnam, 1902. [xxvi] 360 p. front., pl., map. plans. 191 cm. (Heroes of the nations, ed. by Evelyn Abbott.) 921Ed91j Johnson, Oliver: William Lloyd Garrison and his times; or, Sketches of the anti-slavery movement in America, and of the man who was its founder and moral leader; with an introd. by J. G. Whittier. Rev. & enl. ed. Bost., N. Y., Houghton, c1881. xxvi, 19-490 p. front. (port.). 21 cm. 921G193j Jones, Francis Arthur: Thomas Alva Edison; sixty years of an inventor's life... N. Y., Crowell, c1908. xii, 362 p. front., pl., ports. 21 cm. 921Ed48j Kirkpatrick, John Ervin: Timothy Flint, pioneer, missionary, author, editor, 1780-1840; the story

Page  208 208 RECENT ACCESSIONS of his life among the pioneers and Mississippi Valley and in New England and the South. Cleveland, Clark, 1911. 331 p. front., pl. 24- cm. 921F646 Knox, Thomas Wallace: The life of Robert Fulton and, a history of steam navigation... N. Y., Lond., Putnam, 1896. [xiv] front. (port.), illus. 19} cm. 921F9596k Kubinyi, Victor von: The King of Rome; a biography. N. Y., Knickerbocker press, 1907. [xvi] 116 p. front., pls., ports. 23 cm. 921R2726k Lavisse, Ernest: The youth of Frederick the great; tr. from the French by Mary B. Coleman. Chic., S. C. Griggs & Co., 1892. [xvi] 445 p. +921F9131 Lester, Charles Edwards: Life and achievements of Sam Houston, hero and statesman... N. Y., Huret, c1883. 242 p. 15 cm. 921H8181 Lewes, George Henry: The story of Goethe's life (abr. from his "Life and works of Goethe"). Ed. 11. Bost., N. Y., Houghton, 1890. x, [11]-406 p. front. (port.). 191 cm. 921G5541 The story of Goethe's life (abr. from his "Life and works of Goethe"). Ed. 13. Bost., N. Y., Houghton, 1892. x, [11]-406 p. front. (port.). 20 cm. 921G55411 Linn, William Alexander: Horace Greeley, founder and editor of the New York Tribune.. N. Y., Appleton, 1903. [xiv] 267 p. front., port., pls., facsims. 19 cm. (Historic lives). 921G8141 Lodge, Henry Cabot: Alexander Hamilton. Bost., N. Y., Houghton, 1890. vi, 306 p. 18 cm. (Amer. statesmen, ed. by J. T. Morse jr.) 921H181 - Alexander Hamilton. Bost., N. Y., Houghton, 1899. [ix] 137 p. 18 cm. (Amer. statesmen, ed. by J. T. Morse jr.) 921H1811 Longman, Frederick William: Frederick the great and the seven year' war... Lond., N. Y., [etc.] Longmans, 1903. xii, 252 p. (Epochs of mod. hist.) 943L863 Lyall, Sir Alfred Comyns: Warren Hastings. Lond. & N. Y. Macmillan, 1902. vi, 235 p. front. (port.) map. (Eng. men of action.) 921H27961 - arren Hastings. Lond., & N. Y., Macmillan, 1889. vi, 235 p. front. (port.) map. 191 cm. (Eng. men of action.) 921H279611 MacArthur, Arthur: History of Lady Jane Grey.. Glens Falls. (N. Y.) Glens Falls print. Co., 1896. [viii] [161] p. 19~ cm. 920.7G8696m Mahan, Alfred Thayer: Admiral Farragut.. N. Y., Appleton, 1899. 5 p. 1., 333 p. front. (port.) pl., map. 19 cm. (Great commanders, ed. by J. G. Wilson). 921F241m Marenholz-Bilow, Bertha Maria, baronin von: Reminiscences of Friedrich Froebel; tr. by Mrs. Horace Mann; with a sketch of the life of Friedrich Froebel by Emily Shirreff. Bost., Lee; N. Y. Dillingham; 1877. 4 p. 1., 359 p. 18 cm. 921F922m Memorial life of Victor Hugo, by contemporary writers; ed. by Emile Blemont. Illus. cabinet ed. Bost., Estes, n. d. [viii] 364 p. front., pls., ports. 18~ cm. 921H875m Military service institution: Letters and address contributed at a general meeting of the military service institution held at Governor's Island, N. Y. H., February 25, 1886, in memory of Winfield Scott Hancock... N. Y., Putnam, 1886. [viii] 93 p. front. (port.) 261 cm. 921H191m Patron, James: The life of Horace Greeley editor of the New Yorl: Tribune.. N. Y., Mason Bros.. 1855. xviii, [19] 442 p. 2 fronts. (port.), pls., facsim. 19- cm. 921G814)

Page  209 RECENT ACCESSIONS 209 Pemberton, T. Edgar: The life of Bret Harte... N. Y., Dodd, 1903. [viii] [358] p. front., pls., ports., map, facsim. 23 cm. 921112516p Poschinger, Margaretha (Lanlau) von: Life of the emperor Frederick; ed. from the German of Margaretha von Poschinger, with an introd., by Sidney Whitman... N. Y. & Lond., Harper, 1901. xiv, [460] p. front. (port.). 221 cm. 921F9132p Private life of King Edward VII (Prince of Wales, 1841-1901), by a member of the royal household. N. Y., Appleton, 1901. [xii] 306 p. front., pl., ports. 19 cm. 920Ed917 Pulizer, Albert: The romance of Prince Eugene; tr. from the French by Mrs. B. M. Sherman. N. Y., Dodd, 1895. v. 2, front., ports. 211 cm. 921B3826 Rees, James, (Colley Gibber, pseud.): The life of Edwin Forrest with reminiscences and personal recollections... Phila., T. B. Peterson & bro., c1874. 4 p. 1., [21]-524 p. 19 cm. 921F77r Reid, Sir Thomas Wemyss: The life, letters, and friendships of Richard Monckton Milness, first lord Houghton; introd. by R. H. Stoddard... N. Y., Cassell, c1891. 2 v. fronts. (ports.) 23 cm. 921H8146r S., R. H.: The life, travels, and books of Alexander von Humboldt; with an introd. by Bayard Taylor... N. Y., Rudd & Carleton, 1859. [xviii] 482 p. front. (port.) 19 cm. 921H881s Sanborn, Frank Benjamin: The genius and character of Emerson; lectures at the Concord school of philosophy. Bost., J. R. Osgood & (o., 1885. xxii, 447 p. front. (nort). 20 cm. 921Em34s Stevens, John Austin: Albert iallatin. Bost., N. Y., Houghton, )98. vi, 419 p. 18 cm. (Amer. sltesmen, ed. by J. T. Morse, jr.) 921G135s Strickland, Agnes: Memoirs of Elizabeth, second queen regent of England and Ireland... Phila., Blanchard & Lea, 1853. 583 p. 920.7E1483s Thurston, Robert Henry: Robert Fulton: N. Y., Dodd, c1891. 2 p. 1., 194 p. front. (port.), illus., 18 cm. 921F9596t Trevelyan, George Macaulay: Garibaldi and the making of Italy... Lond., N. Y., [etc.] Longmars, 1912. [xx] 390 p. front., pl., ports., maps. 23 cm. 921G182t Tyler, Moses Coit: Patrick Henry. Bost. & N. Y., Houghton, 1899. x, 398 p. 18 cm. (Amer. statesmen). 921H3966t Walker, Francis Amasa: General Hancock. Y. Y., Appleton, 1895. [x] 332 p. front. (port.), maps. 19 cm. (Great commanders, ed by J. G. Wilson.) 921H191w Will, Allen Sinclair: Life of James, Cardinal Gibbons... Baltimore, N. Y., Murphy; Lond., Glasgow, R. & J. Washbourne, c1911. [xvi] 414 p. front., pl., ports., facsims. 214 cm. 921G356w Wilson, Francis: The Eugene Field I knew. N. Y., Scribner, 1902. 8 p. 1., 128 p. front., pl., ports., facsims. 19 cm. 921F454w Wilson, James Grant: The life and letters,of Fitz-Greene Halleck... N. Y., Appleton, 1869. 607 p. front. (port.) eng. t. p. 27 cm. 921H1526w Wister, Owen: Seven ages of Washington; a biography. N. Y., Macmillan, 1909. [xvi] 263 p. 921W277wil -Seven ages of Washington; a biography. N. Y. Macmillan, 1908. [xvi] 263 p. 921W277wi Wright, Thomas: The life of Edward Fitz-Gerald... Lond., G. Richards, 1904. 2 v. fronts., pl., ports. 23 cm. 921F576w Young, Filson: Christopher Columbus. Ed. 3. N. Y., Holt, 1912. 464 p. 921C717yl

Page  210 210 210 ~~~~RECENT ACCESSIONS FINE ARTS. Fischel, Oskar, ed.: Tizian; de-s meisters gemalde in 284 abbildungen Ed. 4. Stuttgart und Leipzig, Deutsche verlagsanstalt, 1911. [xl] 281 p. front. (port.), illus., 122 pls. 26 cm. (Kiassiker der kunst in gesamtausgaben, v. 3.) B750T545fg Fletcher, Aigred Ewen:- Thoma's Gainsborough... Lond., W. Scott; N. Y., Scribner; 1904. xvi, [234] p. front., pl., ports. 18-, cm. BW5HO2M Ganz, Paul, ed.: Hans Holbein d. J.; des meisters gemalde in 252 abbildungen... S tut tg a rt und Leipzig, Deutsche verlagsanstalt, 1912. xl, 269 p. front. (port.), illus., 98 pls. 26 cm. (Klassiker der kunst in gesamtausgaben, v. 20.) B750H69grb Gensel, Walter: Velazquez; des meisters gemdlde in 172 abbildungen Ed. 2. Stuttgart und Leipzig, Deutsche verlagsanstalt, 1 9 0 8. [xxxii] 195 p. front. (port.), illus., 86 pls. 26 cm. (Kiassiker der kunst in gesamtausgaben, v. 6.) Gronau, Georg, ed: Correggio; des meisters gemdAde in 196 abbildungen... Stuttgart und Leipzig, D e u t s c h e verlagsanstalt, 1907. [xlviii] 175 p. front. (port.), illus., 77 pls., 26 cm. (Klassiker der kunst in gesamtausgaben, v. 10.) B750C817gg Raff ael; des meisters gemalde in abbildungen; mit einer biographischen einleitung von Adolf Rosenberg... Ed. 4. Stuttgart und Leipzig, Dentsche verlagsanstalt, 1909. [xliv] 268 p. front. (port.), illus., 106 pls. 26 cm. (Klassiker der kunst in gesamtausgaben, v. 1.) B750R122gg Knapp, Friz, ed.: Andrea Mantegna; des meisters gemdilde und kupferstiche in 200 abbildungen... Stuttgart und Leipzig, Deutsche ver lagsanstalt, 1910. [lviii] 189 p. f ront. (port.), illus., 87 pls. 26 cm. (Kiassiker der kunst in gesamtausgeben. v. 16.) B75OM318kg Michelangels; des meisters werke in 169 abbildungen... Ed. 4. Stuttgart und Leipzig, Deutsche verlagsanstalt, 1912. [lii] 189 p. front. (port.), illus., 81 pls. (Klassiker~ der kunst in gesamtausgaben, v. 7.) B750B888kg Pauli, Gustav, ed: Max Liebermann; des meisters genalde in 304 abbildungen... Stuttgart und Leipzig, Deutsche verlagsanstalt, 1911. xl, 121 p. front. (ports.), illus., 121 pis. 26 cm. (Kiassiker der kunst in gesamtausgaben. v. 19.) B75OL621pog Ponten Josef, ed.: Alfred Rethel.; des meisters werke in 300 abbildung..... Stuttgart und Leipzig, Deutsche verlagsanstalt, 1911. [lxxvi] 202 p. front. (port.), illus., 92 pis. 26 cm. (KIassiker der Kunst in gesamtausgaben, v. 17.) B75OR34pg Rosenberg, Adolf, ed.: P. P. Rubens; des meisters gemalde in 551 abbildungen... Ed. 3. Stuttgart und Leipzig, Deutsche verlagsanstait, 1911. [xliv] 520 p. front. (port.), illus., 231 pls. 26 cm. (Kiassiker der kunst in gesamtausgaben, v. 5.) B75OR823rg Rosenhagen, Hans, ed.: Uhde; des meisters gemalde in 285 abbildun-...... Stuttgart und Leipzig, Deutsche verlagsanstalt, 1908. [lii] 290 p. front. (port.), illus., 13.2 pls. 26 cm. (Kiassiker der kunst in gesamtausgaben, v. 12.) B75OUh2rg Schaeffer, Emil, ed.: Van Dyek; des meisters gemalde in 537 abbildungen... Stuttgart und Leipzig, Deutsche verlags-anstalt, 1909. [xl] 559 P. front. (port.) ili. 244 pls. 26 cm. (Kassiker (hI.r kunst in gesamtausgaben. v. 13.) B750D984lsg

Page  211 RECENT ACCESSIONS 211 Scherer, Valentin, ed.: Dtirer; des meisters gemalde, kupferstiche und holzschnitte in 473 abbildungen.. Ed. 3. Stuttgart und Leipzig, Deutsche verlags-anstalt, n. d. xxxvi 424 p. front. (port.) illus., 189 pls. 26 cm. (Klassiker der kunst in gesamtausgaben. v. 4.) B750D93scg Schottmiiller, Frida, ed.: F r a Angelico da Fiesole; des meisters gemalde in 327 abbildungen... Stuttgart und Leipzig, Deutsche verlags-anstalt, 1911. xlii 249 p. front. (port.), illus., 114 pls. 26 cm. (Klassiker der kunst in gesamtausgaben. v. 18.) B750F464sg Schubring, Paul, ed.: Donatello; des meisters werke in 277 abbildungen... Stuttgart und Leipzig, Deutsche verlags-anstalt, 1907. [lvi] 219 p. front. (port.), illus., 95 pls. 26 cm. (Klassiker der kunst in gesamtausgaben. v. 11.) B730B236sg Singer, Hans Wolfgang, ed.: Rembraudt; des meisters radierungen in 408 abbildungen... Ed. 2. Stuttgart und Leipzig, Deutsche verlags-anstalt, 1910. xxviii, 297 p. front. (port.), 139 pls. 26 cm. (Klassiker der kunst in gesamtausgaben, v. 8.) 767R282sg Temple, Alfred George: Modern Spanish painting being a review of some of the chief painters and paintings of the Spanish school since the time of Goya. Lond., A. Fairbairns & Co., 1908. xii, 137 p. 759.6T24m Thode, Henry, ed.: Thoma; des meisters gemalde in 874 abbildungen... Stuttgart und Leipzig, Deutsche verlags-anstalt, 1909. lxviii 550 p. front. (port.), illus., 258 pls. 26 cm. (Klassiker der kunst il gesamtausgaben v. 15.) B750T36tg Valentiner, Wilhelm R, ed.: Rem1brandt; des meisters gemalde in 643 abbildungen; mit einer biographis chen einleitung von Adolf Rosenberg... Ed. 3. Stuttgart und Leipzig, Deutsche verlags-anstalt, p. 1908. xliv 607 p. front. (port.), illus., 257 pls. 26 cm. (Klassiker der kunst in gesamtausgaben, v. 2.) B750R282vg Voll, Karl, ed.: Memling; des meisters gemalde in 197 abbildungen... Stuttgart und Leipzig, Deutsche verlags-anstalt, 1909. [xliv] 188 p. front. port., illus., 83 pls. 26 cm. (Klassiker der kunst in gesamtausgaben. v. 14.) B750M515vg Weigmann, Otto, ed.: Schwind; des meisters werke in 1265 abbildungen... Stuttgart und Leipzig, Deutsche verlags-anstalt, 1906. [xlviii] 600 p. front. (port.), illus., 266 pls. 26 cm. (Klassiker der kunst in gesamtausgaben. v. 9.) B750Sch99wg OTHER BOOKS. Catholic encyclopedia; an international work of reference on the constitution, doctrine, discipline and history of the Catholic church... c1912. v. 13-15. R282C286 Scherger, George Lawrence: The evolution of modern Library. N. Y., Lond., [etc.], Longmans, 1904. xiv, 284 p. 191 cm. 323Sch28 Wallace, Alfred Russel: The Malay Archipelago, the land of the orang-utan and the bird of paradise; a narrative of travel, with studies of man and nature. [Ed. 10] Lond., N. Y., Macmillan, 1898. [xx] 515 p. front., illus., pls., maps. 20 cm. 919.1W155m -- Same. 1906. [xx] 515 p. front., illus., pls., maps. 20 cm. 919.1W155ml Warner, Charles Dudley, ed.: Warner's synopsis of books ancient and modern... Akron, O., Werner co., 1910. v. 2. 23 cm. (V. 1. is

Page  212 212 RECENT ACCESSIONS in the library under the title Warner's dictionary of Authors.) R016.8W242 FICTION. Allen, James Lane: men of Kentucky. N. Harper, 1909. Two gentleY. & Lond., AL536t Altsheler, Joseph Alexander: Riflemen of the Ohio; a story of early days along the Beautiful river. N. Y. & Lond., Appleton, 1912. +AL79ri Bacheller, Irving A d di s o n: Charge it, or, Keeping up with Harry; a story of fashionable extravagance and of the successful efforts to restrain it made by The Honorable Socrates Potter the genial friend of Lizzie. N. Y. & Lond., Harper, 1912. B123c Barbour, Ralph Henry: Cupid en route. Bost., Badger, c1912. B2347c Battersby, Harry Francis Prevost (Francis Prevost, pseud.): Last resort. N. Y. & Lond., Lane, 1912. B322L Conrad, Joseph: Almayer's folly; a story of an eastern river. N. Y., Macmillan, 1912. C7638al Courtney, Marry King: Pictures of Polly. N. Y. & Lond., Harper, 1912. C835p Deland, Mrs. Margaret Wade (Campbell): Voice. N. Y. & Lond., Harper, 1912. D3736v Delano, Edith Barnard: Zebedee V. Bost., Small, c1912. D374z Demarest, Virginia: Nobody's; a novel. N. Y. & Lond., Harper, 1911. D391n Gerry, Mrs. Margarita (Spalding): Heart and chart. N. Y. & Lond., Harper, 1911. G3218h Gjellerup, Karl Adolf: Pilgrim of Kamanita; a legendary romance; tr. by John E. Logie. N. Y., Dutton, 1912. G4498p Glaspell, Susan: Lifted masks; stories. N. Y., Stokes, c1912. G46361 Grey, Zane: Ken Ward in the jungle; thrilling adventures in tropical wilds. N. Y. & Lond., Harper, 1912. G8698k -__- Riders of the purple sage; a novel. N. Y. & Lond., Harper, c1912. G8698r Haggard, Henry Rider: Marie; an episode in the life of the late Allan Quatermain. N. Y., Longmans, 1912. H122ma Halifax, Robert: Low society. N. Y., Dutton, n. d. H391 Henderson, William James: Soul of a tenor; a romance. N. Y., Holt, 1912. H3839s Herrick, Robert: Healer. N. Y., Macmillan, 1912. H4346h Kauffman, Reginald Wright: Sentence of silence. N. Y., Moffat, 1912. K1627s Leblanc, Maurice: Crystal stopper; tr. by Alexander Louis Teixeira de Mattos. N. Y., Doubleday, 1913. L4926c Macaulay, Mrs. Fannie (Caldwell), (Frances Little, pseud.): Lady and Sada San; a sequel to the Lady of the Decoration. N. Y., Century, 1912. M119511 McLaren, Amy: With the merry Austrians. N. Y. & Lond., 1912. M2226w Monroe, Anne Shannon: Making a business woman. N. Y., Holt, 1912. M7574m Oppenheim, James: Olympian; a story of the city. N. Y. & Lond., Harper, 1912. Op57o Potter, David (Edward Barron,. pseud,): Eleventh hour. N. Y., Burt, c1910. P851e

Page  213 WORKS IN THE FILIPINIANA DIVISION 213 Reed, Myrtle (Mrs. James Sidney McCullough) (Olive Green, pseud.): White shield; stories, N. Y. & Lond., Putnam, c1912. R2516w Seawell, Molly Elliot: Son of Columbus. N. Y. & Lond., Harper, 1912. +Sel9so Seltzer, Charles Alden: Coming of the law. N. Y., Outing, 1912. Se49c Sinclair, May: Flaw in the crystal. N. Y. Dutton, c1912. Si618f Stephens, James: Mary, Mary. Bost., Small, c1912. St446m Stevens, Ethel N. Y., Lane, 1912. Stefana: Lure. St471 LIST OF WORKS IN THE FILIP TO THE STUDY OF THE PHILIPPINE ISLZ Hevia, Campomanes, Jose: Lecciones de gramatica hispano-tagala. Ed. 5. Manila, Sto. Tomas, 1894. 278 pp. 5 1. 17 cm. Holle, K. F.: Tabel van oud en nieuw Indische Alphabetten. Gelithogr. en gedrukt door C. Lang te Buitenzorg (Java),. 1877. 51 p. 27 cm. Tabel van oud en nieuw Indische Alphabetten. Bijdrage tot de paleographie van NederlandschIndie. Batavia, 1882. 20 p. 27 cm. Humboldt, Wilhelm: Lettre a Mr. Jacquet sur les alphabets de la Polynesie Asiatique. In "Uber die kawiSprache auf der Insel Java, nebst einer Einleitung die Verschiedenkeit des menschlichen Sprachbanes und ihren Einfluss auf die geistige Entwickelung des Menschengeschlechts." Berlin, Gedruckts in der Koniglichen Akademie der Wissenschaften. pp. 78-97. Ibanies del Carmen, Aniceto: Diccionario espafiol-chamorro. Manila, Ramirez y Giraudier, 1865. 88 p. 22 cm. - Gramatica chamorra q u e traducida literalmente de la que escribi6 D. Luis Mata y Araujo de Woolley, Edward Mott: Junior partner; the inner secrets of seven men who won success. N. Y., Dutton, c1912. W883j Wright, Mrs. Mary Tappan: Charioteers. N. Y. & Lond., Appleton, 1912. W934c INIANA DIVISION RELATING LINGUISTICS OF THE kNDS. PART V. dica a las Escuelas de Marianas con el fin de que los niios aprendan el castellano. Manila, Ramirez y Giraudier, 1865. 50 p. 21.5 cm. Idiom, Sanskrit element in native dialects. In vol. I, "Census of the Philippine Islands taken under the direction of the Philippine Commission in the year 1903," Wash., 1905. P. 412. Idioma, elemento sanscrito, aborigen, dialecto. In Vol. I, "Censo de las Islas Filipinas tomado bajo la direcci6n de la Comisi6n Filipina en 1903." Pp. 442, 482, 495, 553. Idiomes des Iles Philippines. In "Les fles Philippines considerees au point de vue de l'hydrographie et de la linguistique, ou description des mers, des c6tes, des detroits, des golfes, des ports, des anses, des mouillages, brassiages, aiguades et dangres de cet archipel; suivie d'un coup d'oeil sur les idiomes de ces iles, d'un recueil de phrases, de dialogues, et d'un vocabulaire franqais, tagalog et bisaya. Paris, Pollet, 1843. Pp. 1-60 (with chart showing native characters). Jacquet, E.: Considerations sur les alphabets des Philippines. Imprimerie Royale, 1831. 30 p. 20.5 cm.

Page  214 214 WORKS IN THE FILIPINIANA DIVISION Jagor, F.: Idiomas. In "Viages por Filipinas." Madrid, Aribau, 1875..Pp. 46, 47. In "Reisen in den Philippinen." Berlin, Weidmannsche Buchhandlung, 1873. In "Travels in the Philippines." Lond., Chapman and Hall, 1875. Pp. 55, 56. J e n k s, Albert Ernest: Trade languages and traders; Language. In "The Bontoc Igorrot." Manila, Bureau of Public Printing, 1905. Pp. 157, 158, 227-248. Juanmarti, Jacinto: Gramatica de la lengua de Maguidanao segun se habla en el centro y en la costa sur de la isla de Mindanao. Manila, Amigos del Pais, 1891. 110 p. 20 cm. Julia y Guerrero, Antonio: Metodo te6rico-practico y compendiado para aprender en brevisimo tiempo el lenguaj e tagalog. Barcelona, Casa Provincial de Caridad, 1899. 135 p. 20 cm. Kalderon, Sofronio G. (Calderon, q. v.): Ang anyong "Y" fig ating mga Pangwatas. (Estudio gramatical). In "Renacimiento Filipino," Manila, Sept. 21, 1910. Kapulufigan nang wicang tagalog. In "Mulig Pagsilag," Manila, Feb. 24-29, March 1, 20, 1904. Kennedy, James: Ethnological notices of the Philippine Islands taken from the Spanish; read before the ethnological society. In "Essays ethnological and linguistic." Leipzig, Teuber, 1861. Pp. 68-86. Kern, H.: Cuatro palabras acerca del idioma de las Islas de Sangir. In "Biblioteca Nacional Filipina," Oct., 1909. P. 9. - Eene bijdrage tot de kennis van 't oude Philippijnsche letterschrift. In "Bijdragen tot de taal-, land- en volkenkunde van Nederlandsch-Indie. 's Gravenhage, 1885. 4e volgreeks, deel 10, pp. 56-72. Kern, H.: Een spaansch schrijven over den godsdienst der heidensche bikollers. In "Bijdragen tot de taal-, land- en volkenkunde." 's Gravenhage, 1897. Vol. 47, pp. 224-238. Eenige imperatifvormen van het oudjavaansch. In "Bijdragen tot de taal-, land- en volkenkunde." 5e vol. iv. 24 p. Handschriften uit het eiland Formosa. Amsterdam, Miller, 1887. Pp. 360-369. 21.5 cm. Klankverwisseling in de maleisch polynesische talen. In "Bijdragen tot de taal-, land- en volkenkunde." 's Gravenhage. 5e volg. ii. 11 p. Opmerkingen omtrent de taal der Agta's van 't schiereiland Camarines. In "Bijdragen tot de taal- land- en volkenkunde." 's Gravenhage, 1896. Vol. 46, pp. 437-440. Over de taal der Philippijnsche Negrito's. In "Bijdragen tot de taal- land- en volkenkunde." 's Gravenhage, 1882. Deel 6, pp. 243-261. - Over zoogenaamde verbindings klanken in het tagala en wat daarmee overeenkomt in 't kawi. In "Bijdragen tot de taal- land- en volkenkunde." 's Gravenhage, 1876. 3de. volgr., 11 deel, pp. 138-157. Regelen van Klantverbinding in 'Toudjanaansch. In "Bijdragen tot de taal-, land- en volkenkunde." 5e volgr, iv. Sandskritsche woorden in het tagala. In "Bijdragen tot de taal- land- en volkenkunde." 1881. V deel, 1 stuk, pp. 535-564. Sandskritsche woorden iii het bisaya. In "Bijdragen tot de taal-, land- en volkenkunde." 1881. V deel, 1 stuk, pp. 128-135. - Sawuneesche Bijdragen: Volzinnen, samenspraken en woordenlijst, met eene grammatische inleiding. N. p.; n. d. 40 p. 24.5 cm.

Page  215 WORKS IN THE FILIPINIANA DIVISION 215 Kern, H.: Sawuneesche-Nederlandsch woordenlijst. N. p.; n. d. Spaansch bescheiden aangaanle de Filipijnen. In "Bijdragen tot de taal- land- en volkenkunde. 's Gravenhage, 1896. Vol. 46, pp. 720-726. Knapp, Adeline: Ancient alphabets in use in the Archipelago when the Spanish came. In "The Story of the Philippines for use in the schools of the Philippine Islands." Silver, Burdett, N. Y., 1902. P. 49. Lacalle, y Sanchez, Jose de: Idiomas de estos pueblos. In "Tierras y razas del Archipielago Filipino." Manila, Sto. Tomas, 1886. Pp. 245-247, 269-275. Lawton, E. P.; and Madelle, Antonio: Traduccion, castellano-visaya. Manila, Chofre, n. d. 101 p. 23.5 cm. Lendoyro, Constantino: The tagalog language. A comprehensive grammatical treatise adapted to self instruction and particularly designed for use of those engaged in government service or in business or trade in the Philippines. "El Mercantil," 1902. xxviii, 387, 61, viii p. 27.5 cm. - Same. Manila, Fajardo, 1909. 448, 55 p., 4 1. 26.5 cm. Lisboa, Marcos, de: Vocabulario de la lengua bicol. Manila, Sto. Tomas, 1865. 417, 103 p., 1 1. 32 cm. Lopez, Francisco: Gramatica ilocana. Ed. 3. Malabon, Asilo de Huerfanos, 1895. 354 p., 1 1. 22 cm. Lopez, M. H.: Dictionary Pahu lugan-English-Tagalog. Manila, Allartinez, 1909. 136 p. 18.5 cm. Lopinot, Calixto: Chamorro-Wort: 'buch enthaltend I, Deutsche-Chano)rro; II, Chamorro-Deutsche nebst tAier Chamorro-grammatik und (i igen Sprachubungen. Hongkong, 1 10. 41., 172, 33 p. 25 cm. MacKinlay, W. E. W.: A handbook and grammar of the Tagalog language. Wash. Govt. Printing Office, 1905. 264 p. 23 cm. Malay, Gonzalo C.: Frases usuales para la conversacion en espaiolfilipino e ingles con la pronunciaci6n figurada. Ed. 3. Manila, Lopez, 1911. 144 p. 13 cm. Mallat, J.: Idiomes des Iles Philippines. In "Les Philippines. Histoire geographie, agriculture, industrie, et commerce des colonies espagnoles dans 1 'Oceanie." Paris, 1846. Vol. 2, pp. 163-238, "Tableau des anciens characteres de la langue Tagalog." Idiomes parles dans l'archipel de Soulou. In "Archipel de Soulou ou description des groupes de Basilan, de Soulou et de TawiTawi suivie d'un vocabulaire frangais-malais." Paris, Pollet, 1843. Pp. 1-26. 23.5 cm. Malumbres, Julian: Vocabulario en castellano, ingles e ifugao del Quiangan. Manila, Sto. Tomas, 1911. 60 p. 3 1. 20 cm. - Vocabulario en Gaddan, espaiol e ingles, Manila, Sto. Tomas, 1911. 91 p., 2 1. 19.5 cm. Marcilla y Martin; Cipriano: Estudio de los antiguos alfabetos filipinos. Malabon, Asilo de Huerfanos, 1895. 107 p., 1 1. Containing 17 alphabets and other illustrations. Marre, Aristide: Aperqu philologique sur les affinites de la langue malgache avec le javanais, le malais, et les autres principaux idiomes. Leide, Brill, 1884. 160 p. 24 cm. Notes de philologie malaise. Louvain, Peeters, 1883. 22 p. 23 cm. Marsden, W.: Dictionnaire hollandais et malai suivi d'un dictionnaire franqais et malay. Harlem, Enschede, 1826. 7, 432 p. - Grammaire de la langue malaie. Harlem, Enschede, 1824. 344 p. 2 1., 30 cm.

Page  216 216 WORKS IN THE FILIPINIANA DIVISION Marsden, W.: Memoirs of a Malayan family. Lond., Printed for the Oriental Translation Fund, 1830. 88 p. 26 cm. Martin, Gregorio: Colecci6n de refranes, frases y modismos tagalos traducidos y explicados en castellano. Guadalupe, Asilo de Huerfanos, 1890. 231 p., 2 1. 16 cm. Martinez de Zuiiga, Joaquin: Language. In "An Historical view of the Philippine Islands exhibiting their discovery, population, government, manners, productions and commerce. Translated by John Maver." Ed. 2, Lond., Black, Parry & Co., 1814. Vol. I, Pp. 27-31. Idiomas. In las Islas Filipinas." Pedro Arguelles de 1803. Pp. 24-31. "Historia de Sampaloc, Fr. la Concepci6n, Idioma vocabulario etnologico. In "Estadismo de las Islas Filipina3 6 mis viajes por este pais, extensamente anotada por W. E. Retana." Madrid, 1893. Vol. 1, pp. 299, 300; vol. 2, pp. 492-528. Martinez Vigil, Ramon: Diccionario de los nombres vulgares que se dan en Filipinas a muchas plantas usuales y notables del mismo archipielago, con la correspondencia cientifica, la clasificacion natural, y la indicaci6n de su uso. Madrid, Viuda e hijo de D. Eusebio Aguado, 1879. 50 p. 22.5 cm. -Instrucci6n. In "La Espafia Moderna," Apr. 15, 1891. P. 94. Mas, Sinibaldo de: El arte de leer y escribir. In "Informe sobre el estado de las Islas Filipinas en 1842." Madrid, 1843. Vol. 1, pp. 25, 26. With chart showing primitive alphabets of Pangasinan, Ilocos, Batangas, Pampanga, Bulacan and Tondo; and several signatures to transfer of land made in Bulacan in 1652. Mendiola, Enrique: Programa de gramatica castellana (ler. curso). Manila Atayde, 1892. 32 p. 18 cm. Mendiola, Enrique: Programa de gramatica castellana y latin (2.' curso), para el esclusivo uso de los alumnos. Manila, 1893. 42 p. 19 cm. Mentrida, Alonso de: Arte de la lengua bisaya-hiligayna de la isla de Panay. Tambobong, Asilo de Huerfanos, 1894. 270 p., 3 1. 23 cm. - Same. Manila, Memije, 1818. 247 p. 19.5 cm. -- iccionario de la lengua bisaya, hilingueina y haraya de la isla de Panay. Imprenta de D. Manuel y de D. Felis Dayot, por D. Tomas Oliva, 1841. 827 p. 31 cm. Meyer, A. B.: Die Philippinischen Inseln betreffende Schriften. Dresden, Baensch, 1878. 4 1. 21 cm. Ein Beitrag su der Kenntniss der Sprachen auf Mindanao, Solog und Sian, der Papuas der AstrolabeBay auf Neu-Guinea, der Negritos der Philippinen, und einige Bemerkungen fiber Herrn Riedel's Uebersetzungen ins Tagalische und Visayasche. In "Tijdschrift, voor Indische Taal- land- en volkenkunde." Batavia, 1873. Vol. 20, Pp. 441 -470. Date of a letter in Manila, April 25, 1872. - Probe der Mafoor'schen Sprache. Wien, Hobshausen, 1874. 10 p. 23.5 cm. -- Vocabular der Negritosprache. In "Die Philippinen. Negritos." Dresden. 1893. Pp. 39-48. iuber die namen Paua, Dajak und Alfuren. Wien, Hobshausen, 1882, 18 p. 23.5 cm. - Ueber die Negritos oder Aetas der Philippinen. 62 p. 23.5 cm. Miguel, Gregorio: Lenguaje de las Islas Carolinas. In "Estudio sobre las Islas Carolinas. Comprende la historia y geografia de los 36 grupos que forman el archipielago carolino, seguido de la descripci6n de todos las islas del Oceano Pacifico, situadas entre el Ecuador y el paralelo 10~. N." Madrid, Perales Y Martinez, 1887. Pp. 45-53.

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