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Delphian Record. Quarterly. Syracuse, N. Y.: O. S. Twist.

Draper, Henry, Memorial. Catalogue of Stellar Spectra. Cambridge, Mass.: John Wilson & Son. Pp. 388.

Earle, John. English Prose. G. P. Putnam's Sons. Pp. 530. $3.50.

Food, Home, and Garden. Philadelphia: Vegetarian Society of America. January, 1891. Pp. 14.

Foster, Michael, Editor. The Journal of Physiology. Vol. XI. Nos. 4, 5, and 6. Cambridge, England. $5 a volume.

Gaertner, Frederick. Rules and Applications of Reichert's Hæmometer. Pp. 8.

Geographic Names, United States Board on. Bulletin No. 1. Smithsonian Institution. Pp. 13.

Gerhard, William Paul, New York. Architecture and Sanitation. Pp. 11. Gas-lighting and Gas-fitting. Pp. 54.—Disposal of Sewage of Inland Country Houses. Pp. 28.

Gore, J. Howard. Decimal Measures of the Seventeenth Century. Pp. 8.

Gray, E. W. A Gospel of Love. Chicago: Thorne Publishing Co. Pp. 429. $1.50.

Gunton, George. Principles of Social Economics. G. P. Putnam's Sons. Pp. 451. $1.75.

Harris, William T. Hegel's Logic. S. C. Griggs & Co. Pp. 403. $1.50.

Hart, Albert Bushnell. Introduction to the Study of Federal Government. Ginn & Co. Pp. 200. $1.

Heilprin, Prof. Angelo, Philadelphia. Cretaceous Deposits of New Mexico. Pp. 24, with Plates.

Heydenfeldt, S., Jr. Essays related to Animal Magnetism, etc. Pp. 105.

Hill, Robert T., Austin, Tex., and Kemp, J. F., Ithaca, N. Y. Pilot Knob. Pp. 8.

Illinois, University of. Report for 1889-'90, and Bulletin of the Agricultural Experiment Station. Champaign. Pp. 24 and 36.

Indiana College Association. Addresses and other Proceedings, 1889. Terre Haute: Moore & Langen. Pp. 64.

Ingersoll, Robert G. Testimonial to Walt Whitman. Pp. 77. 50 cents.

Irelan, William, Jr. Tenth Annual Report of the State Mineralogist of California. Sacramento. Pp. 983, with Map.

Johnson, J. B. Theory and Practice of Surveying. John Wiley & Sons. Pp. 730.

Kansas City Scientist. Monthly. Kansas City, Mo.: Academy of Science. Pp. 16. 10 cents. $1 a year.

Kenney, E. C. Ghosts, Devils. Angels, and Sun Gods. Truxton, Cortland County, N. Y. Pp. 126. 25 cents.

Leffmann, Henry, and Beam. William. Examination of Water for Sanitary and Technical Purposes. P. Blakiston, Son & Co. Pp. 130.

Lewis, T. H. Cave Drawings. Pp. 10.—Bowlder Outline Figures in the Dakotas. Pp. 6.

Loti, Pierre. A Child's Romance. W. S. Gottsberger. Pp. 284.

Lucas, C. P. A Historical Geography of the British Colonies. Oxford, England: Clarendon Press. Pp. 343. $1.90.

Maxwell, W. H. Examinations as Tests for Promotion. Syracuse, N. Y.: C. W. Bardeen. Pp. 11.

Missouri Geological Survey. Bibliography of the Geology of Missouri, By F. A. Sampson Pp. 158.—Bulletin on Clay, Stone, and Sand Industries and Mineral Waters. By G. E. Ladd and A. E. Woodward. Pp. 102.

New York Academy of Sciences. Transactions. Vol. X, No. 1. Pp 32.—Do. Index to Vol. IX. Pp. 181.—Annals. Vol. V. Nos. 9-12. Pp. 192, with Plate.

Norton, Charles Ledyard. Political Americanisms. Longmans, Green & Co. Pp. 133, with Blanks.

Ohio Agricultural Experiment Station. Bulletin. Asparagus and Onions. Pp. 12.

O'Reilly. Bernard, D. D. Ireland's Cause, Ireland's Leader. Pp. 16.

Photo-gravure Company, New York. Sun and Shade. February, 1891. Eight Plates. 10 cents.

Pickering, Edward C, Director. Astronomical Observatory of Harvard College. Forty-fourth Annual Report. Pp. 12 Do. and Wendell, Oliver C. Discussion of Observations made with the Meridian Photometer. Pp. 136. Cambridge: John Wilson & Son.

"Prognostic." The New Reformation. New York: J. Van Buren. Pp. 76.

Roosevelt, Theodore. Historic Towns. New York. Longmans, Green & Co. Pp. 232, with Map. $1.25.

Sabin, Henry. Organization and System vs. Originality and Individuality in School. Syracuse, N. Y.: C. W. Bardeen. Pp. 9.

Scott. Frederick N. Æsthetics. Ann Arbor, Mich. Pp. 32.

Shepperson, Alfred B., New York. Cotton Facts. Pp. 79.

Shufeldt, R. W.. M. D. Crania of North American Indians. Pp. 4.

Smock, John C. Building Stone in the State of Now York. Albany: University. Pp. 396, with Maps.

Thwaites. Reuben Gold. The Colonies, 1492-1750. Longmans, Green & Co. Pp. 301, with Maps. $1.25.

Tolstoi, Count Leo. Church and State. Boston: Benjamin B. Tucker. Pp. 169.

Traddles, Moses. Poems and Sketches. Cincinnati: Keating & Co. Pp. 64.

Trelease, William. Director, St. Louis. The Missouri Botanical Garden. Pp. 167, with Map.

Upham, Warren, Somerville, Mass Cause of the Glacial Period. Pp. 10.—Glacial Lake Agassiz. Pp 156.—The Fiords and Great Basins of North America. Pp. 5.—Artesian Wells in North and South Dakota. Pp. 12.—With F. Leverett, N. Shaler, and W. O. Crosby. Discussion of the Climatic Conditions of the Glacial Period. Pp. 18.

Watson, B. A. Surgery Ancient, Mediæval, and Modern. Pp. 47.

Whiting, Harold. Experiments in Physical Measurement. Cambridge, Mass.: John Wilson & Son. Pp. 583.

Whitman, C. O. Biological Lectures. Ginn & Co. Pp. 250.


Photographs in Aid of Road Improvement.—The New York and Connecticut divisions of the League of American Wheel-men have united in offering three prizes, of $50, $30, and $20 in gold, for collections of not less than three photographs showing the need of improved roads in the United States. The circular sent out by the committee states that the kind of pictures wanted are such as show a farmer's wagon and team hub-deep and knee-deep in a muddy road, break-downs caused by rough or muddy roads or steep grades, and, for contrast, those showing teams hauling loads