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Thomas, C. C. Steam-turbines. 2d ed., revised and enlarged. ist. thous. New York, 1906. 8°. pp. vii. + 291. Illus.

Thompson, W. G. Clinical notes on 80 cases of exophthalmic goitre. (Transactions of Assoc. of Amer. Physicians, 1906.)

Clinical notes on exophthalmic goitre, with special reference to the use of the Rogers--Beebe serum. (N. Y. State Jour, of Medicine, April, 1906, vol. vi., p. 147.)

The overtrained nurse. (N. Y. Medical Jour., 28 April, 1906, vol. lxxxiii., p. 845.)

The relation of the visiting and house staff to the care of hospital patients. (Same, 14 April, 1906, vol. Ixxxiii., p. 742. )

Tinker, M. B. A sketch of the lives of a German and an American master of surgery. (Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, Feb., 1906, vol. xvii., p. 53.)

Titchener, E. B. Experimental psychology; a manual of laboratory practice. Vol. ii. Quantitative experiments. Pt. 1. Students' manual.

Instructor's manual. New York, 1905. 8o. Nlus.

and I. M. Bentley, editors. Cornell University studies in psychology. No. 50. B. R. Andrews. Auditory tests, 11.

(Amer. Jour. of Psychology, July, 1905, vol. xvi., p. 302.)

Same. No. 51. H. C. Stevens. A plethysmographic study of attention. (Same, Oct., 1905, vol. xvi., p. 409.)

Same.' No. 52. E. H. Hollands. Wundt's doctrine of psychical analysis and the psychical elements and some recent criticism. I. The criteria of the elements and attributes. (Same, P. 499.) 11. Feeling and feeling-analysis. (Same, April, 1906, vol. xvii., p. 206.)

Same. No. 53. C. E. Ferree. An experimental examination of the phenomena usually attributed to Auctuations of attention. 1. (Same, Jan., 1906, vol. xvii., p. 81.)

Same. No. 54. E. Murray. Peripheral and central factors in memory images of visual form and color. (Same, April, 1906, vol. xvii., p. 227.)

American editor. Mind, a quarterly review of psychology and philosophy. July, 1905-April, 1906.

associate editor. The American journal of psychology. July, 1905-April, 1906.

Torrey, J. C. An antigonococcus serum effective in the treatment of gonorrheal rheumatism. (Jour, of the Amer. Medical Assoc., 27 Jan., 1906, vol. xlvi., p. 261.)

A comparative study of dysentery and dysentery-like organisms. (Jour. of Experimental Medicine, 15 July, 1905, vol. vii., p. 365.)

Both the last two papers reprinted in Publications of Cornell University Medical College : Studies from the Department of Pathology, 1905. vol. v.

Stable and detachable agglutinogen of typhoid bacilli. (Jour, of Medical Research, April, 1906, vol. xiv., p. 527.)

Trevor, J. E. On solubility curves. (Jour, of Physical Chemistry, Feb., 1906, vol. x., p. 99.)

On the general equations of the theory of solutions. (Same, May, 1906, vol. x., p. 392.)

Reviews in the Jour, of Physical Chemistry, 1905-06, vol. ix.-X.:

Vol. ix. Abhandlungen und Vorträge ; by W. Ostwald. p. 780.

La statique chimique, basée sur les deux principes fondamentaux de la thermodynamique ; by E. Ariès. p. 780.

A short introduction to the theory of electrolytic dissociation; by J. C. Gregory. p. 784.

Researches on the affinities of the elements and on the causes of the chemical similarity or dissimilarity of elements and compounds; by G. Martin. p. 784.

Lehrbuch der Physik; by O. D. Chowlson. p. 784.
Die Denkmittel der Physik ; by K. Bertels. p. 785.

Vol. x. Thermodynamik und Kinetik der Körper ; by B. Weinstein. p. 60.

Explication mécanique de la matière de l'électricité et du magnétisme; by M. Despaux. p. 61.

Die physikalischen Eigenschaften der Seen; by 0. Freiherr von und zu Aufsess. p. 61.

Practical measurements in magnetism and electricity ; by G. A. Hoadley, p. 62.

Notes and questions in physics ; by J. S. Shearer, p. 62.
Traité de physique; by 0. D. Chowlson. P. 303.

Annuaire pour l'an 1906; publié par le Bureau des Longitudes. p. 305.

editor. The journal of physical chemistry. 1905-06. Tyler, C. M. A winter in Washington. (Cornell Era, May, 1906, vol. xxxviii., P 235.)

Upton, G. B. The theory of planimeters. (Sibley Jour., Dec., 1905, vol. xx., p. 121.)

Van Rensselaer, M. The farmer's wife. (Amer. Farming, Feb., April, 1906, vol. i., pp. 30, 110.)

Reserve power in housework. (Same, June, 1906, vol. i., p. 192.)

editor. Boys and girls magazine, 1905–06.

editor. Cornell reading-course for farmers' wives. 1905-06. Warren, M., joint author. The treatment of leucæmia and pseudoleucæmia by the Röntgen rays, with reports of cases; by A. Holding and M. Warren. (N. Y. Medical Jour., 1 Nov., 1905, vol. lxxxii., p. 1001.)

Watkins, G. P. Comment on the method of measuring concentration of wealth. (Quarterly Publications of the Amer. Statistical Assoc., Dec., 1905, vol. ix., p. 349.)

Way, C. The Negri bodies and the diagnosis of rabies. (Amer. Veterinary Review, 15 Dec., 1905, vol. xxix., p. 937.)

Whetzel, H. H. The blight canker of apple-trees. (Bulletin of the Cornell University Agricultural Experiment Station, Feb., 1906, no. 236, p. 99.)

Blight cankers of apple trees. (Western Fruit Grower, Nov., 1905, vol. xvi., p. 5.)

The diseases of ginseng. (Special Crops, Sept., 1905, N. S. vol. iv., p. 170.)

A fungus leaf blight of tomatoes. (Cornell Countryman, Jan., 1906, vol. iii., p. 83.)

Some diseases of beans. (Bulletin of the Cornell University Agricultural Experiment Station, April, 1906, no. 239, p. 195.)

Whipple, G. M. The distribution of the daily time of Cornell students. (Popular Science Monthly, Oct., 1905, vol. lxvii., p. 538.) Also published separately.

The possibility of psychical factors in illusions of reversed motion. (Science, 30 March, 1906, N. S. vol. xxiii., p. 507.)

[Review of] The educative process ; by W. C. Bagley. (Educational Review, Nov., 1905, vol. xxx., p. 418.)

White, A. C. [Memoir of] Rev. Robert James Thomson. (Hamilton Literary Magazine, Feb., 1906, N. S. vol. xi., p. 246.)

White, G. R. Ferromanganese anodes in caustic soda. (Jour. of Physical Chemistry, June, 1906, vol. x., p. 502.)

Whittlesey, W. L. Civics at Cornell. (Cornell Era, April, 1906, vol. xxxviii., p. 214.)

Tendencies and fallacies. (Same, June, 1906, vol. xxxviii., p. 281.)

Wiegand, K. M. The occurrence of ice in plant tissue. (Plant World, Feb., 1906, vol. ix., p. 25.)

The passage of water from the plant cell during freezing. (Same, May, 1906, vol. ix., p. 107.)

Wilder, B. G. Baboon, not gorilla [letter to the editor). (N. Y. Tribune, 2 Jan., 1906.)

Betting should not be legally authorized [letter to the editor). (Ithaca Jour., 25 Oct., 1894.)

Reprinted in an editorial “A glance over the shoulder," Ithaca Jour., 27 April, 1906.

Cerebral fissures. n.p., May, 1906. Broadside.

Dramatic garbage [letter to the editor). (N. Y. Tribune, 14 Sept., 1905.)

Hygiene and morality [based upon leaflets distributed at addresses to the new men of Cornell University in 1899 and 1901, revised and enlarged for use at the meeting of the Amer. Soc. for Sanitary and Moral Prophylaxis, Oct. 12, 1905]. [Ithaca, 1905.] 8o. pp. (4).

Intercollegiate football, Professor Wilder's view [letter to the editor). (N. Y. Evening Post, 1 Dec., 1905.)

The Rivers causeway fight; queries presented at the 36th annual meeting of the Assoc. of Officers of the 55th Mass. Vol. Infantry, Nov. 21st, 1901. (News and Courier, Charleston, S. C., Dec., 1902.)

Two examples of the negro's courage, physical and moral; address delivered at Columbus Avenue A. M. E. Zion Church, Boston, Mass., Dec. ioth, 1905, on the occasion of the Garrison Centenary. (Alexander's Magazine, Jan., 1906, vol. i., p. 23.)

Same. Appendix. (Same, Feb., 1906, vol. i., p. 39.)

Would not take honorary degree [letter to the editor). (Ithaca Jour., 3 May, 1906.)

Would pay to keep Bernhardt away [report of interview). (Same, 12 May, 1906.)

Also articles quoted by title only in the Amer. Anthropologist (Proceedings of the Amer. Anthropological Assoc., Dec. 28, 1905), Jan.-March, 1906, vol, viii., p. 213; in the Program of the Amer. Philological Assoc., Dec. 27, 1905; in the Program of the Amer: Neurological Assoc., June, 1905.

Willcox, W.F. Census statistics of teachers. (Bulletin (of the] Bureau of the Census, 1905, no. 23, pp. 1-20.)

The expansion of Europe. (Studies in philosophy and psychology. 1906. p.41.)

Letter. (Cornell Daily Sun, 12th May, 1906.)

The new requirements for the degree of A.B. (Cornell Era, Nov., 1905, vol. xxxviii., p. 35.)

Probable increase of the negro race in the United States. (Quarterly Jour. of Economics, Aug., 1905, vol. xix., p. 545.)

Proportion of children in the United States. (Bulletin (of the] Bureau of the Census, 1905, no. 22, pp. 1–27.)

Report of the dean of the faculty of arts and sciences, Cornell University. (Cornell University, 13th annual report of President Schurman, 1904-05, p. xxvii.)

The sexes in the United States. ( (Munsey's Magazine, June, 1906, vol. xxxv., p. 308.)

Supplementary analysis and derivative tables: Twelfth Census of the United States, 1900. (Special Reports [of the] Bureau of the Census, 1906, pp. i.-xviii., 1-1144.)

(Review of ] Immigration and its effects upon the United States; by P. F. Hall. (Amer. Historical Review, July, 1906, vol. xi., p. 921.)

and others. William Henry Willcox, a sketch by his children. Boston, 1906. 8o. pp. 65.

Williams, W. L. Empyema of the facial sinuses of the horse. (Amer. Veterinary Review, May, 1906, vol. xxx., p. 185.)

The ethics of veterinary dentistry. (Same, June, 1906, vol. xxx., p. 304.)

Report of the clinics of the New York State Veterinary Medical Society, Ithaca, Sept. 12-14, 1905. (Same, Feb., 1906, vol. xxix., p. 1230.)

Rupture of the prepubian tendon in the pregnant mare. (Same, July, 1905, vol. xxix., p. 360.)

and others. The spavin group of lamenesses; by W. L. Williams, C. W. Fisher and D. N. Udall. (Proceedings of the Amer. Veterinary Medical Assoc., 1905, p. 283.)

Winters, J. E. The treatment of bronchitis in children. (Medical News, 25 Nov., 1905, vol. lxxxvii., p. 1009.)

The treatment of diarrhæa in children. (Same, 15 July, 1905, vol. lxxxvii., p. 114.)

Witthaus, R. A., and T. C. Becker. Medical jurisprudence, forensic medicine and toxicology. 2d ed. Vol. i. New York, 1906. 8° pp. lv. + 997.

Colored plates.
Wolf, C. G. L. The chemistry of toxæmias in pregnancy. (N.
Y. Medical Jour., April, 1906, vol. Ixxxiii., p. 813.)

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