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JAMES W. BRIGHT.

1 Rev. of Ragozin, Story of Vedic India; The Anglo-Saxon version of the Gos- American Historical Review, i. pp.

pels; Scrivener's Introd, to the crit- 103-105.
icism of the New Testament. Fourth W. R. BRIDGMAN.
edition, Edward Miller, London, Parallel exercises based on Lysias,
1894. Vol. ii. p. 165 f.

pp. v, 52; Boston, 1896: Allyn & An outline of Anglo-Saxon grammar.

Bacon.
In the third edition of his anglo-
Saxon reader, 1894.

SAMUEL BROOKS.
The Anglo-Saxon poem Genesis, 2706,

The Latin recitation as auxiliary to 2707; MLN., 1894.

the use of good English; Journal Chaucer and Valerius Maximus; Ib.,

of Pedagogy, June, 1895. 1894.

DEMARCHUS C. BROWN. The earliest use of the word geology ; ! Selections from Lucian, pp. 190; Ib., 1895.

Bourn-Merrill Co., Indianapolis. Notes on the Beowulf; Ib., 1895. Notes on Fäder Larcwidas; Ib., 1895. CARL DARLING BUCK. Remarks on the report of the com- The passive in Oscan-Umbrian; APA.

mittee on entrance examinations in | Proceed., Dec. 1894, xxvi. p. liii.
English. Proceedings of the Asso-
ciation of Colleges and Preparatory

ISAAC B. BURGESS.
Schools in the Middle States and

Latin composition in secondary Maryland, 1895, p. 70 f.

schools; University of Chicago

Quarterly Calendar, Feb. 1895. MAURICE BLOOMFIELD.

An examination of part of Mr. Trita, the scape-goat of the gods, in :

Collar's Translation of Æneid VII.;

SR., June, 1895. relation to Atharva-Veda, vi. 112 and 113; JAOS., xvi. p. cxix ff.

A list of views (with literary referOn the group of Vedic words ending

ences) for an illustrated lecture on

Virgil; SR., June, 1895. in •gva and -gvin ; Ib., cxxiii ff. On the so-called root-determinatives

A tabulated statement of instances in in the Indo-European languages;

which a difference in the quality of Indogerm. Forsch., iv. 66 ff.

vowels indicates a difference in the Race-prejudice; New World, iv. 23 ff.

meaning. A folder for use in my Rev. of Max Müller, three lectures on

own classes. the Vedānta philosophy; 16. 155 ff. |

Rev. of Strachan-Davidson's Cicero; Contributions to the interpretation of

Chicago Standard, March 7, 1895. the Veda: sixth series; Zeitschr. MITCHELL CARROLL. d. deut. morgenländ. gesell., xlviii.

Aristotle's Poetics, c. xxv. in the light 541 ff. 1. The legend of Mudgala

of the Homeric scholia; Baltimore: and Mudgalānī. 2. On the mean

J. Murphy & Co., 1895; cf. APA. ings of the word fushma. 3. On

Proceed., Dec. 1894, xxvi. p. xxii. certain aorists in äi in the Veda. On Professor Streitberg's theory as to

HERMANN COLlitz. the origin of certain Indo-Euro- The Aryan name of the tongue; pean long vowels; APA. Trans., Oriental Studies, Boston, 1894. xxvi. 1-15.

Articles on Low German and PlattTwo problems in Sanskrit grammar; deutsch in Johnson's Univ. CycloJAOS., xvi. pp. clvi-clxiii.

pædia. On assimilation and adaptation in The etymology of άρα and of μάν;

congeneric classes of words; AJP., APA. Proceed., Dec. 1894, xxvi. xvi. pp. 409-434.

p. xxxix.

Sammlung der Griechischen Dialekt- DANIEL KILHAM DODGE.

inschriften, herausg. von H. Collitz Articles on Scandinavian literature in u. F. Bechtel. Bd. III., Hest IV., I

vols. v. and vi. of Johnson's Uni2. Hälfte: Die Inschriften von

versal Cyclopædia. Kalymna u. Kos, bearbeitet von P. Müllensiefen u. F. Bechtel, Göt- | M. L. D’OOGE. tingen, 1895.

The åtò KOLVOÙ arrangement; APA. ALBERT S. Cook.

Proceed., xxvi. p. lvii, 1895. Rev. of Skeat's Chaucer; Indepen- MORTIMER LAMSON EARLE. dent, July 5, 1894.

Euripides' Alcestis, edited with notes; Report on Englische Studien; AJP.,

Macmillan & Co., 1894. xv. 238–247, July, 1894.

A critical note on Euripides' Ion 1-3; A glossary of the Old Northumbrian

APA., xxv. Proceed., Ixiii-Ixv. Gospels; Halle, Niemeyer, 1894. Notes on Euripides' Phoenissae; CR., Deeds, not tears; MLN., Nov. 1894.

ix. I, Feb. 1895. Beowulf 1009; MLN., Dec. 1894.

Note on Sophocles, Antig. 117–120; How to use the dictionary; S. S.

CR., ix. 1, Feb. 1895.
Times, Jan. 26, 1895.

Sophocles, Trachiniae 26–48. A The influence of Biblical upon modern

study in interpretation; CR., ix. 4, English literature; The Outlook, |

May, 1895.
Feb. 2, 1895; also in The Bible as

Some remarks on the moods of will
Literature, New York and Boston,

in Greek; APA. Proceed., Dec. 1896.

1894, xxvi. p. I. Notes on an advanced examination in

Notes on the Bacchae of Euripides; English; SR., March, 1895.

HSCP., v. pp. 45-48. A first book in old English, second

Soph. Trach. 56 and Eurip. Med. edition, revised and enlarged; Bos

13; CR., ix. pp. 395, 396. ton, 1895.

Miscellanea Critica; CR., ix. pp. 439Exercises in Old English; Boston,

441. 1895.

Miscellanea Critica II.; CR., x. pp. WILLIAM L. COWLES.

1-4. The Adelphoe of Terence, pp. vii. Virgil, Ecl. 1. 68–70; CR., X. 194. 73; Boston: Leach, Shewell, &

A JAMES C. EGBERT, JR.
Sanborn.
Selections from the poems of Catullus

The preliminary military service of with parallel passages from Horace,

the equestrian cursus honorum; Ovid, and Martial, pp. iv. 44;

Classical studies in honour of Henry Amherst: Carpenter & Morehouse.

Drisler, New York, 1894.

Rev. of Arrowsmith and Whicher's CHARLES H. S. Davis.

First Latin readings; Columbia History of ancient Egypt, pp. 398.

Lit. Monthly, Jan. 1895. The ancient Egyptian Book of the

Introduction to the study of Latin indead, pp. 285.

scriptions, 468 pp.; American Book H. F. De Cou.

Co., New York. Syntax of the subjunctive and opta- Cicero de senectute by Shuckburgh,

tive in the Elean dialect; APA. American edition revised and in Proceed., xxvi. p. xlix, 1895.

great part rewritten, 232 pp.;

Macmillan & Co.
FRANCIS B. DENIO.
The course of thought in Ecclesiastes; H. C. ELMER.

Biblical World, Nov. 1894, iv. The Latin prohibitive, Part I.; AJP.,
326 ff.

xv. no. 2. Part II.; Ib., 3.

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Note on the gnomic aorist; APA. Some epithets of Agni; JAOS. ProProceed., July, 1894.

ceed., Dec. 1894, xvi. pp. clxxii-iv. Phormio of Terence, with introduc- Avestan hizva in Sanskrit; Ib., 1895,

tion and notes; Boston: Leach, p. ccxxviii. Shewell, & Sanborn.

On Rig Veda x. 73; Ib., pp. ccxxixVERYON J. EMERY.

xxxv.

Some linguistic suggestions; MLN., The great fire in Rome in the time of Nero; APA. Proceed., xxvi.

xi. 227-232. p. xxiv, 1895.

HAROLD N. FOWLER. ARTHUR FAIRBANKS.

Rev. of Edward Robinson, Catalogue Local cults in Homer; APA. Pro- of Greek, Etruscan, and Roman

ceed., Dec. 1894, xxvi. p. xix, and vases in the Museum of Fine Arts,

in The New World, iv. 716–726. Boston; AJA., ix. 217-220. EDWIN W. Fay.

Rev. of August Kalkmann, Die ProThe Latin gerundive -ndo-; AJ P. xv.,

portionen des Gesichts in der grie

chischen Kunst; Ib., 555-557. 217-222.

Notes on Thucydides I. 8. I, I. 9. 3, On recent editions of Plautus; 16.,

I. 28. 3; AJP. Proceed., xxv. p. 359-374. Agglutination and adaptation I.; 16.,

xxvii, July, 1894. 409-442.

GEORGE A. H. FRASER. Agglutination and adaptation 11.;! The classical course; Colorado School Ib., xvi. 1-27.

Journal, Nov. 1894. The gerundive once more: Oscan

anafriss; Ib., xvi. 491-495. JAMES M. GARNETT. The Aryan god of lightning; 1b., xvii. Synopsis of address on the progress 1-29.

of English philology; APA. ProNote on the word insputarier in

ceed., 1894. Plautus; CR., viii. 391, 392.

Rev. of Fennell's the Stanford dicNote on Cic. Tusc. I. 22, 50; 16.,

tionary of Anglicized words and 446.

phrases, and Murray's New English Schwab's syntax of the Greek com

dictionary (Everybody-Ezod, comparative; Ib., 454-459.

pleting the letter E), vol. iii., ed. Note on Menaechmi 182 f.; Ib., x. 30.

H. Bradley; AJP., April, 1895. Note on Truculentus 252; Ib., 155. I Rev. of Henry's Comparative gramPauli on the Lemnian and Etruscan

mar of English and German in The languages; Ib., 163-165.

Nation, June 13, 1895. The Latin passive in -ier, infitias

Rev. of Jespersen's Progress in lanire; Ib., 183.

guage with special reference to The song of the Arval brothers; the

English; AFP., Oct. 1895. Manes worship in the Aryan period;

Certain philological notes in The APA. Proceed., xxv. pp. v-xi.

Nation. Sine, nesi, nisi; Bulletin de la Société

de Linguistique, Mai, 1895, p. xliv. B. L. GILDERSLEEVE. Aryan trao = Grk. i\° = Lat. clo, Ary. Gildersleeve's Latin grammar (third

drzo = 31° = Lat. glo; APA. Pro edition). ceed., Dec. 1894, xxvi. p. ix.

Rev. and short notices; AJP., ed. by Aryan gn = Lat. mn; Ib., p. lii.

B. L. G., Nos. 58–61. The invariability of phonetic law; |

APA. Proceed., xxvi. p. lxiii, 1895. THOMAS D. GOODELL. The Arval song once more; Ib., p. Grave monuments from Athens; lxvii.

AJA., 1895, vol. x. pp. 469-479.

W. W. GOODWIN.

| Did verse-ictus destroy word-accent The Athenian ypady mapavouws and in Latin poetry? APA. Proceed.,

the American doctrine of constitu- ' xxvi. p. xxvi, 1895.
tional law; APA. Proceed., Dec. B. F. HARDING.
1894, xxvi. p. lx.

The strong and weak inflection in FRANK P. GRAVES.

Greek, 60 pp.; Ginn & Co. Philoctetes of Sophocles, revised edi- KARL P. HARRINGTON.

tion, 1895; Leach, Shewell, & The Saturnians of Livius Andronicus Sanborn.

and Naevius tested according to the A first book in Greek, with Dr. E. S. quantitative theory; APA. Proceed.,

Hawes of the Brooklyn Polytechnic 1894, xxvi. p. li.
Institute, 1895; Leach, Shewell, & Notes on Tibullus I. 1. 2; CR.,
Sanborn.

March, 1895, p. 108.
A first book in Greek, with E. S. Notes on the diction of the Apocolo.

Hawes; Leach, Shewell, & San cyntosis Divi Claudii; APA. Proborn.

ceed., Dec. 1894, xxvi. p. xv.

Is there any trace of the Terpandrian HERBERT EVELETH GREENE.

võuos in Tibullus? APA. Proceed., The twelfth annual convention of the

xxvi. p. v, 1895. Modern Language Association of

| A neglected use of the Latin imperaAmerica; MLN., Feb. 1895, vol. x. |

tive; Ib., p. Ixi. No. 2.

SAMUEL HART. DR. ALFRED GUDEMAN.

The early American Prayer Book; P. Cornelii Taciti dialogus de oratori

[London] Guardian, April 10, bus, with prolegomena, critical ap

1895; reprinted [New York] paratus, exegetical and critical

Churchman, May 11, 1895. notes, bibliography and indexes;

Chapter on the Prayer Book in the Ginn & Co., Boston, 1894, pp.

United States of America for new cxxxvii + 447.

edition of Procter on the Book of Outlines of the history of classical

Common Prayer; Macmillan. philology, 2d edition revised and

Notice of Journal of the Rev. John enlarged; Ginn & Co., pp. 77.

Tyler, 1768; Hartford Courant. Literary frauds among the Greeks;

New edition (unchanged) of the SatClassical studies in honour of Henry

ires of Persius with English notes Drisler, Macmillan, 1894, pp. 52–74. based on those of Macleane and Literary frauds among the Romans; |

Conington; Boston: Allyn & Bacon, APA. Trans., xxv. 140-164.

pp. 79. . The Alexandrian Library and Museum; Columbia Lit. Monthly, Dec. 1894,

GEORGE HEMPL.

Some American speech-maps; APA. pp. 1-12. Plutarch as a philologian; APA. Pro- |

Proceed., xxvi. p. xli, 1895. ceed., Dec. 1894.

Udall and Chaucer; The Nation, Biography of classical scholars; John

Oct. 17, 1895. son's Cyclopædia, vols. V.-viii. (131

The study of American English; The articles), July, 1895-March, 1896.

Chautauquan, Jan. 1896.

Chaucer's development in rime-techW. G. Hala

nique; MLN., Feb. 1896. The anticipatory subjunctive in Greek The stress of German and English

and Latin : a chapter of compara compound geographical names; tive syntax, vol. i. of the University MLN., April, 1896. of Chicago Studies in classical phi The origin of the Old English runes lology (also separately printed). for a and o; MLN., June, 1896.

GERE L HENDRICKSON. GEORGE B. HUSSEY. KT. P. Corneli Taciti dialogus de' The more complicated figure of comccatoribus, edited by Alfred Gude-i parison in Plato; APA. Proceed., ar; .47P., xvi. 80-94.

xxvi. p. viii, 1895. Teemads of Mr. Kipling; Wiscon- The incorporation of several dialogues se 4475, April, 1896.

in Plato's Republic; lb., p. lx. E. 11. HOPKINS.

A. V. WILLIAMS JACKSON. The dog in the Rig Veda; AjP., Herodotus VII., 61, or the arms of Julv, 1844.

the ancient Persians illustrated from Hen theism in the Rig Veda; Drisler

Iranian sources; Classical studies in L'iuri Teiume, 1894.

honour of lienry Drisler, Columbia Fire Calvinism; J1CS. Proceed.,

University Press.
IS04.

Bicentennial of Halle-Wittenberg; umerical formule in the Veda and

The Critic, Sept. 1894; and Bicentheir bearing on Vedic criticism;

tenary of the C'niversity of Halle; 910S, 1804, vol. xvi.

ER., Oct. 1894. keri of Holtzmann's Mahābhārata

i A famous Persian scholar, James (2d part); 47P., xv. 381, 1894.

Darmesteter; The Critic, Nov. Rev; of Schmidt's (rivara, Schmidt's

1894. Çukasaptati; d P., xv. 3S0, 1894. i

Report of the annual meeting of the Rev, of Scherman's Visionslitteratur;

American Oriental Society; IndoMYP, Av. 391.

germ. Forsch., iv. anz. 166-168, Dec. Rev. of Deussen's Geschichte der

1894. Philosophie; 47P., xvi. 242, 1905.

Hamlet's student home; Columbia Rev. of Phillips' Teaching of the

Christmas Spectator, Dec. 1894. Vedas; VelliriMar, 1895. Two ancient Persian names in Greek, The religions of India; Ginn & Co.,

'Αρταίκτης and Φαιδύμη; ΑΡΑ. 1895

Proceed., Dec. 1894, xxvi. p. xlix. The real Indra of the Rig Veda,'

Articles on Persian language, literaVaruna and other lejiogo's Fra.

ture and history; Johnson's Unigāthikāni, the root Skar; 1S.,

tersal Creepedia. XV, 1800

Selected essars of James Darmesteter Rev, of Thibaut's leiata Sata;

(review ; The New World, Sept. 2 he innend, ISO

isos. Rev. of Ragurin's legis lacia,

Bibliographie (Iranisch und ArmeVer II 1920

nisch Brugmann and Streitberg's RAL GRIFNE HUI

ini . Forsih., v. anz. 275-277. Education at the School of eghiss; Waam Light Whitney and his inJR., Sept. 18.24.

Tuence upon American philological Report of the ninth annual meeting

schi arstip; Indogerm. Forsch., v. of the New England Association of

an: 2-2-2-8. Colleges anPreparatur Schac's;

Weighing the soul in the balance after SA, Dec. .

death: an Indian as well as Iranian Report of the seansa meeting

idea; Frirait des Actes du Xe Con. of the New bangland Israten of

ses 'eternational des Orientalistes, Colleges and Paruratary Schoo's;

section i. (India), pp. 67-74.

The Persian New Year's; The ColumS Harch, iso

a Samator (New York), Dec. Will Hut

annan marks in English ISS:' Corning in ancient India; Columbia #74. Movil, nu is. 'atti, March, 1896.

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