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frequency current. (Jour, of Adyanced Therapeutics, June, 1907, vol. xxv.)

The therapeutic applications of the various electric modalities. (Jour, of Therapeutics and Dietetics, Feb. ,1907.)

When is electro-therapy indicated ? (Jour. of Advanced Therapeutics, Dec., 1906, vol. xxiv., p. 607.)

Gibson, C. L. The different conditions in tuberculous kidney and their treatment. (Medical News, 21 Oct., 1905, vol. lxxxvii., P. 778.) Also separately reprinted.

Ileocolic intussusception. (Annals of Surgery, 1907, vol. xlv., p. 619.)

Stricture of the esophagus. (Same, p. 620.)

The value of the differential leucocyte count in acute surgical diseases. (Same, April, 1906, vol. xliii., p. 485.)

Also separately reprinted.

Gillespie, D. C. Anwendungen des Unabhängigkeitssatzes auf die Lösung der Differentialgleichungen der Variationsrechnung. Göttingen, 1906. 8°. Pp. 75.

On the construction of an integral of the Lagrange's equations in the calculus of variations. (Bulletin of the Amer. Mathematical Soc., April, 1907, 2 s. vol. xiii., p. 345.)

Gillett, H. W. See Wilkinson, J. A., and H. W. Gillett. Polari. zation voltages in silver nitrate solutions.

Gilmore, J. W. The farmer and his seed. (Cornell Countryman, Nov., 1906, vol. iv., p. 42.)

The utility of farm machinery. (Cyclopedia of American agriculture, edited by L. H. Bailey, 1907, vol. i., p. 203.)

and C. F. Clark. Second report on the influence of fertilizers on the yield of timothy hay. (Bulletin of the Cornell University Agricultural Experiment Station, Sept., 1906, no. 241, p. 1.)

joint author. Culture and varieties of roots for stockfeeding, by S. Fraser, J. W. Gilmore and C. F. Clark. (Bulletin of the Cornell University Agricultural Experiment Station, Jan., 1907, no. 244, p. 77.)

joint author. Root-crops for stock-feeding, by S. Fraser, J. W. Gilmore and C. F. Clark. (Same, Dec., 1906, no. 243, p. 45.)

Goldenweiser, E. A. Athletics from a Russian standpoint. (Cornell Era, Feb., 1907, vol. xxxix., p. 210.)

Laws regulating the migration of Russians through Ger

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many. (Quarterly Jour, of Economics, May, 1907, vol. xxi., p. 488.) Guerlac, 0. G. Au Klondike. (Le Temps, 13 Nov., 1906.)

Dawson City after ten years. (Evening Post, 8 Dec., 1906.)

De l'Atlantique au Pacifique par le Pacifique Canadien. (Le Monde Illustré, 10 Nov., 1906, p. 298.)

Une joute nautique aux États-Unis. (Same, 4 Aug., 1906, p. 76.)

[Review of] Molière, a biography ; by H. C. ChatfieldTaylor. (Nation, 13 Dec., 1906, vol. lxxxiii., p. 516.) Hammond, W. A. Immortality. (Encyclopedia Americana.)

[Review of ] Geschichte der strafrechtlichen Zurechnungslehre; von R. Loening. er i Bd. (Philosophical Review, Sept., 1906, vol. xv., p. 542.)

Harris, G. D. Conversion table, to be used with the Harris foot. meter leveling rod. Ithaca, 1907. Pp. 3.

Elementary historic geology, part 1, paleozoic. Ithaca, 1907.

Notes on elementary geologic mensuration. 2d ed. Ithaca, 1904. pp. 62. Plates, tables and figs.

Topographic map of a portion of Winn Parish [published by the Louisiana Geological Survey]. Baton Rouge, 1906.

Underground waters of southern Louisiana, with discussions of their uses for water supplies and for rice irrigation, by M. L. Fuller. Washington, 1904. 8o. pp. 98. Plates, map and figs. (U. S. Geological Survey. Water-supply and irrigation paper no. 101.) Reprinted in Bulletin of the Louisiana Geological Survey, 1905, 110. 1.

A report on the establishment of tide gage work in Louisi

(Bulletin of the Louisiana Geological Survey, 1905, no. 3, p. 223.)

editor. Geology and underground resources of northern Louisiana, with notes on adjoining districts; by A. C. Veatch. (Same, no. 4, p. 1.)

editor. The underground waters of northern Louisiana and southern Arkansas ; by A. C. Veatch. (Same, no. 1, p. 79.)

editor and joint author. A report on terrestrial magnetism and meridian line work in Louisiana ; by members of the Division of Terrestrial Magnetism of the Coast and Geodetic Survey and mem, bers of the State Geological Survey, (Same, no. 2, p. 1.)

ana.

Hart, J. M. The development of standard English speech in outline. New York, 1907. sm. 8° pp. x. + 93.

Men and women of the early days of the university. (Cornell Era, May, 1907, vol. xxxix., p. 379.)

Tudor pronunciation of ou < 0.E. ū; õa < 0. E. ā. (Modern Language Notes, Jan., 1907, vol. xxii., p. 28.)

Hastings, T. W. Albuminuria; recognition of the albuminbodies in urine. (Medical Record, 7 July, 1906, vol. lxx., p. 13.)

Elephantiasis non-parasitica, secondary to chronic cardiac disease and repeated ædema of pregnancy. (Amer. Jour. of the Medical Sciences, Sept., 1906, N. S. vol. cxxxii., p. 397.)

The estimation of hemoglobin content of blood with modern instruments. (Jour, of the Amer. Medical Assoc., 25 May, 1907, vol. xlviii., p. 1749. )

Recent work in clinical pathology, sputum, gastric contens, fæces. (N. Y. Medical Jour., 10 Nov., 1906, vol. Ixxxiv., p. 932.)

Résumé of recent work in clinical pathology of the blood. (Same, 25 Aug., 1906, vol. lxxxiv., p. 373.)

Résumé of recent work in clinical pathology of the urine. (Same, 8 Sept., 1906, vol. 1xxxiv., p. 491.)

and B. R. Hoobler. A study of the different forms of albumin occurring in the urine. (Amer. Jour, of the Medical Sciences, Feb., 1907, N. S., vol. cxxxiii., p. 264.)

Hatcher, R. A. Isopral and hydrated chloral. (Jour, of the Amer. Medical Assoc., May, 1907, vol. xlviii., p. 1849.)

The pharmacology of digitalis. (Same, 22 Dec., 1906, vol. xlvii., p. 2059.) Also separately reprinted.

Tincture of strophanthus. (Same, 6 April, 1907, vol. xlviii., p. 1177. Also separately reprinted.

and M. I. Wilbert. The pharmacopeia and the physician. Chicago, 190-. pp. 404.

and C. G. L. Wolf. The formation of glycogen in muscle. (Jour. of Biological Chemistry, March, 1907, vol. iii., p. 25.)

Also separately reprinted.

Hawley, L. F. Contributions to the chemistry of thallium, I. (Jour, of the Amer. Chemical Soc., March, 1907, vol. xxix., p. 300.)

Identification of solid phases. (Jour. of Physical Chemistry, Nov., 1906, vol. x., p. 654.)

See also Dennis, L. M., and L. F. Hawley. Upon the chemical nature of the radium emanation.

Haynes, I. S. Congenital absence of the appendix and suppurative pelvic peritonitis in a boy. (Amer. Jour, of Surgery, May, 1907, vol. xxi., p. 149.)

Forward dislocation of the carpus ; operation. (Annals of Surgery, June, 1906, vol. xliii., p. 937.)

Gunshot wounds of the spinal cord; a plea for early myelorrhaphy, with report of a case of bullet wound through the liver, spinal column and cord, laparotomy, laminectomy, recovery. (N. Y. Medical Jour., 22–29 Sept., 1906, vol. xxxiv., p. 583.) Also separately reprinted.

Hypertrophy of the breast; operation. (Annals of Surgery, June, 1906, vol. xliii., p. 939.

The treatment of fracture dislocations of the spine. (Medical Record, 23 March, 1907, vol. lxxi., p. 472.)

Also separately reprinted.

Hewett, W. T. The management of the land grant-Mr. Cornell's services. (Cornell Era, May, 1907, vol. xxxix., p. 396.)

Hill, I. L. Statistics of one thousand cases of labor. (Amer. Jour. of Obstetrics, July, 1906, vol. liv., p. 43.)

Hoch, A. A report of two cases of general paralysis with focal symptoms. (Review of Neurology and Psychiatry, Jan., 1907, vol. V., p. 17.)

Hoobler, B. R. See Hastings, T. W., and B. R. Hoobler. A study of the different forms of albumin occurring in the urine.

Hoy, D. F. Address book of the Kappa Sigma Fraternity, 18691906. Ithaca, 1906. 16o. pp. 256.

Huffcut, E. W. Charles E. Hughes-lawyer, citizen. (Cornell Era, Nov., 1906, vol. xxxix., p. 53.)

The national congress on uniform divorce laws. (Independent, 29 Nov., 1906, vol. Ixi., p. 1265.)

editor. Principles of the English law of contract and of agency in its relation to contract; by Sir W. R. Anson, bart. uth English ed., 2d Amer. copyright ed., edited with American notes. New York, 1906. 8o. pp. li. + 462 + (1).

Hull, C. H. The Ezra Cornell centennial. (Cornell Era, April, 1907, vol. xxxix., p. 318.)

Hunt, J. R. On herpetic inflanimations of the geniculate ganglion; a new syndrome and its complications. (Jour. of Nervous and Mental Disease, Feb., 1907, vol. xxxiv., p. 73.)

Hunt, T. F. The forage and fiber crops in America. New York, 1907. sm. 8o. pp. 428. Mus.

Country life in America, an open letter. (Century Magazine, May, 1907, vol. lxxiv., p. 161.)

The importance of nitrogen in the growth of plants; abstract of an address delivered Nov. 13, 1906. (Proceedings of the 27th Annual Meeting of the Soc. for the Promotion of Agricultural Science, 1906, p. 21.)

Modesto Quiroga. (Cornell Cosmopolitan Club Annual, 1906 - 1907, vol. i., p. 1.)

The promotion of agriculture in Pennsylvania ; address delivered before the State Board of Agriculture, Jan. 23, 1907. (Annual Report of the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture, 1906, vol. xii.) Also se parately reprinted.

The relation of the new meat inspection law to the Pennsylvania stockman; address delivered before the State Board of Agriculture, Jan., 1907. (Same.)

A select list of technical books for agricultural college instruction. (Cornell Countryman, May, 1907, vol. iv., p. 258.)

What is research? Address delivered Nov. 13, 1906. (Proceedings of the 27th Annual Meeting of the Soc. for the Promotion of Agricultural Science, 1906, p, 21.) Also separately reprinted.

editor. Culture and varieties of roots for stock-feeding; by S. Fraser, J. W. Gilmore and C. F. Clark. (Bulletin of the Cornell University Agricultural Experiment Station, Jan., 1907, no. 244,

P. 77.)

editor. Root-crops for stock-feeding; by S. Fraser, J. W. Gilmore and C. F. Clark. (Same, Dec., 1906, no. 243, p. 45.)

editor. Second report on the influence of fertilizers on the yield of timothy hay; by J. W. Gilmore and C. F. Clark. (Same, Sept., 1906, no. 241, p. 1.)

Hutchinson, J. I. The Boston colloquium [review of Lectures on mathematics; by E. B. Van Vleck, H. S. White, F. S. Woods). (Bulletin of the Amer. Mathematical Soc., Nov., 1906, vol. xiii., p. 85.)

A method for constructing the fundamental region of a discontinuous group of linear transformations. (Transactions of the Amer. Mathematical Soc., April, 1907, vol. viii., p. 261.)

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