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Bar, 85: 53(Ja).
Wheat market. Sat. R. 67: 13(Ja5).

Whedon, D. D., A correspondence with. (J.J. Tigert)
Meth. R. 49: 253(Mr).

Which wins? (F. Bland) [Murray] Liv. Age, 180: 13

Whig party, Misfortunes of the. (D. O. Kellogg) Amer. 17: 263(F9).

tion, 48: 157 (F21).

White lady, The. (I. Turgenieff) Scot. R. 13: 69(Ja). - False history in. (J. M'Cosh) Our Day, 3: 146 Why? (F. G. Bartlett) Overland, n. s. 13: 244(Mr). (F.) Will, Edwards on the. (L. White) Meth. R. 49: 9(Ja). False philosophy in. (J. M'Cosh) Our Day, 3: 13 William II., Emperor of Germany, Birthday of. Na(Ja). Mental struggles of. (E. E. Hale, M. Harland, J. Cook, J. W. Howe, W. E. Gladstone) No. Am. 148: 97 (Ja). Omitted chapter of. 103 (F).

Student days of. All the Year, 64: 11(Ja). Williams, John Dekewer. (G. H. Pike) Cong. R. 3: 41(Ja).

(W. C. Stiles) N. Eng. 50: Wills, Curious. All the Year, 64: 177(F23). Winchester school, England. (W. M. Adams) Month, 65: 328 (Mr).

Self-contradictions of. (J. Cook) Our Day, 3:1

Windsor palace. (W. J. Loftie) Art J. 41: 47(F).
(F. J. Crowest) Gent. M. n. s. 42:

(Ja). Warner, Charles Dudley. (F. K. Underwood) Good Wine and music. Words, 30: 190(Mr). 29(Ja). Warner, Olin, sculptor. (H. Eckford) Cent. 37: 392 Wines, Webber on. (Ja).

Sat. R. 67: 9.
Winter, Breaking of.

(P. Stapleton) Outing, 13: 350

Was it a ghost? a tale. Argosy, 47: 151(F).
Washington as president, 1789-1790. (Mrs. M. J. Winter courtship, A. (S. O. Jewett) Atlan. 63: 145(F).
Lamb) M. Am. Hist. 21: 89(F).
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- The De Vries portrait of. (J. H. Suydam) M. Am. Wisby, Ancient city of. (W. W. Thomas, jr.) Harper, Hist. 21: 113(F).

-Talleyrand on. Critic, 14: 22(Ja12).

- Unpublished letters of, in fac-simile. (J. Cochrane) M. Am. Hist. 21: 119(F).

Water in nature and grace. (D. B. Lady) Ref. Q. 36:

Water supply for small towns. (John S. Billings)
Chaut. 9: 352(Mr).

-London. (R. Roose) Fortn. 51: 325(Mr).

78: 298 (Ja). Wise and foolish virgins; Mystery-play. (J. S. A. Herford) National, 12: 627(Ja). Wit and humor, old and new.

148: 33(Ja).

(J. R. Gilmore) No. Am.

With Gauge and Swallow. (A. W. Tourgee) Lippinc.
43: 236(F).

Within sight of the snow; a story of the Alps. (M.
Carter) Sunday M. 17: 817 (D).

Waters, Underground, in rock transformations. (G. Wolf-hunting in Russia. (T. Bolton) Outing, 13: 419 A. Daubrée) Pop. Sci. Mo. 34: 508 (F).


Waterspouts in the Hughli. (S. R. Elson) Nature, 39: Wolfe [Catharine] collection of paintings. (W. Row333 (Ja31). lands) Art J. 41: 12(Ja).

Weather, American, Greely on. (S. H. Peabody) Dial Woman; St. Paul and the woman movement. Westm. (Ch.) 9: 263(F).

Weaving, Revival of hand, in Westmoreland. (A. Flem-
ing) Cent. 37: 521(F).

Wellington, Duke of, Personal recollections of. (Dow-
ager Lady De Ros) Murray, 5: 37(Ja), 193(F).
Same art. Liv. Age, 180: 307 (F2), 625 (Mrg).
- Stanhope's Notes of conversation with. (A. Birrell)
19th Cent. 25: 224(F).

Statue to, Boehm's, in London. Art J. 41: 93(Mr).
West, The; is it secularized? (J. T. Duryea) And. R.
II: 17(Ja).
Where does it commence? Atlan. 63: 283(F).
West chamber, The; a story. Granite Mo. 12: 46(Ja).
Western stories. Overland, n. s. 13: 297 (Mr).
Westminster Abbey. (W. J. Loftie) Portfo. 20: 1(Ja),

21(F), 41(Mr).

- and its monuments; Plans for the future. (W.
Morris and J. Knowles) 19th Cent. 25: 409 (Mr).
Same art. Liv. Age, 180: 22(Ja5).
Westminster palace. (W. J. Loftie) Art J. 41: 24(Ja).
West Point of the Confederacy, The. (J. S. Wise)
Cent. 37 461(Ja).

Wetterbergh, Carl Anton. Ath. '89, 1: 215(F16).

131: 135(F).

in primitive culture. (O. T. Mason) Am. Antiq. 11: 3(Ja). Women, Education of. (Hon. Eva Knatchbull-Hugessen) National, 13: 33(Mr).

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Working-girls, Clubs for. (Hon. Maude Stanley) 19th | Year 2889, In the.
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Working-man, The church and the. (C. M. Morse)

Forum, 6: 653(F).

Working princes. [Cornh.] Ecl. M. 112: 79(Ja). Woven of love and glory. (A. E. Barr) Sunday M. 18: 1(Ja), 73(F), 145(Mr).

Wray, Richard Spalding. Nature, 39: 396(F21).


(J. Verne) Forum, 6: 662

Yellow-fever: is it contagious? (J. B. Hamilton) No.
Am. 148: 47(Ja).

Yezidees, The, or devil-worshippers. (L. E. Browski)
Pop. Sci. Mo. 34: 474(F).

York cathedral. (M. G. van Renssalaer) Cent. 37: 718

Young, Maj. Samuel. Granite Mo. 12: 36(Ja).

Writing, Easy, Whole art of. (T. J. Allen) Writer, 3: Young people, Writing for. (W. Dixey) Writer, 3:5 7(Ja).

Yacht club on Lake Champlain. (F. G. Mather) Out

ing, 13: 340(Ja).


Youville, Madame d'. (K. M. Barry) Cath. World, 48: 633(F).

Yacht cruise memories. (R. F. Coffin) Outing, 13: 430 Zanzibar, Germans in. Sat. R. 67: 59(Ja19), 90(Ja26), (F).


Yale university, Athletics in. (R. M. Hurd) Outing, Zola, Emile, Novels of. (E. Crawford) Contemp. 55: 13: 404(F). 94 (Ja).

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