The Dial

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Francis Fisher Browne
Jansen, McClurg, 1900 - American literature
 

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Contents

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Gras Félix The White Terror 403 Keightley S R Heronford
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WHEN WE DEAD AWAKE William Morton Payne
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Hart Albert Bushnell Salmon P Chase 395 Lanciani R Destruction of Ancient Rome 470
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H Shakespeares Works Evers Lee Guy Carleton The Worlds Orators 473
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Herringham Christiana J Cenninis Art of the Lees J A Peaks and Pines
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Cadell Mrs H M Rubayat of Omar Khayam 257 Dennis John Shakespeares Works Chiswick
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Hewlett Maurice Earthwork out of Tuscany Leland C G Unpublished Legends of Virgil 117
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Mifflin Lloyd Echoes of Greek Idylls 286 Riis Jacob A A Ten Years War 439
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Carus Paul Soul of Man second edition 257 Douglas Sir George James Hogg
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Millet F D Expedition to the Philippines 288 Roberts Morley The Colossus 86
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ANNOUNCEMENTS OF SPRING Books 1900
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AND HIS COURT MEMOIRS
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ANIMAL AND PLANT MYTH AND FANCY OF Frederick Stary 279
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ASIA IN CENTRAL Ira M Price
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Cary Rosa N Twelve Notable Good Women Drähms August The Criminal 439
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Hiatt Charles Sir Henry Irving 206 Lidgey Charles A Wagner
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TWENTIETH ANNIVERSARY OF THE DIAL SENTIMENTS ON THE OCCASION OF
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BRIEFS ON NEW BOOKS 20 53 88 124 156 203 253 285 404 440 469
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W Frederick Douglass 92 Earle Mrs C W More Potpourri from a Surrey
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TOPICS IN LEADING PERIODICALS
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ChoiseulGouffier Comtesse de Historical Me Ely Richard T Monopolies and Trusts
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Higginson T W Contemporaries 57 Lloyd A B In Dwarf Land and Cannibal Country 154
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Moore Charles Northwest under Three Flags 404 Rogers W A Hits at Politics 25
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BASTILLE MYTHS AND LEGENDS OF THE
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158 Root Edward T Profit of the Many 121
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BENEVOLENCE A STUDY IN W E Simonds 459
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LISTS OF NEW Books
BOOKSELLING AND BOOKSELLERS AMERICAN John H Dingman 344
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Abbott Evelyn and Campbell Lewis Letters of Bergen Fanny D Animal and Plant Lore 279
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Nutt Alfred Popular Studies in Mythology 208 445 Seignobos C Political History of Modern Europe 88
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Churchill Lady AngloSaxon Review 24 160 Ferris Alfred J Pauperizing the Rich 123
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EDUCATION AMERICAN B A Hinsdale
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Clarke W N What Shall We Think of Chris Fiske John A Century of Science 119
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Clowes W Laird The Royal Navy Vol IV 89 Fletcher Alice Indian Story and Song 407
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Collins Laura G ByGone Tourist Days 156
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Adeane Jane H Girlhood of Maria Holroyd 273 oratory Woods Holl 282
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Oxenham John Rising Fortunes 87 Sherratt Harriott W Mexican Vistas 156
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Cook A S The Christ of Cynewulf 408
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Austen Jane Works of Temple edition 93 Boothby Guy Love Made Manifest 87
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Inge William R Christian Mysticism 252 Maban A T Lessons of the War with Spain 198
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JOURNALIST RECOLLECTIONS OF
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LADY OF CONSEQUENCE AN EIGHTEENTH CENTURY Sara A Hubbard 273
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Parker T J and Haswell W A Manual of Shuckburgh Evelyn S Letters of Cicero 278
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LINCOLNS LIFE NEW LIGHT
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Ireland Alleyne Tropical Colonization 14 Marlin Jane Reminiscences of Morris Steinert 289
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H Cyclopedia of American Horticul Bowman Isa Story of Lewis Carroll 290
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LITERATURE TRANSATLANTIC
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MAHAN CAPTAIN SOME CURRENT FALLACIES OF Wallace Rice 198
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Č Bibliography of Canadian Poetry 24 osophy
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Pattee F L Foundations of English Literature 291 Sienkiewicz H Knights of the Cross Part I 402
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Craigie Mrs Osbern and Ursyne 249 Furchheim Frederick Bibliografia del Vesuvio 94
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NETHERLANDS PEOPLE AND RULERS OF THE E D Adams 434
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Cross W L Development of the English Novel 203 Gardner Percy Exploratio Evangelica 441
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Pemberton T Edgar The Kendals 276 Sill E R Prose Works of 444
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PERIODICALS AMERICAN Henry Loomis Nelson 349
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B Statistical Methods Gilman Daniel C Life of James Dwight Dana 245
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Demoor Jean Massart Jean and Vandervelde GordenCumming Miss C F Inventor of Numeral
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