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Report on entomology. (Annual Report of the Cornell University Agricultural Experiment Station, 1907, vol. xx., p. xv.)

Report on insects. (Proceedings of the N. Y. State Fruit Growers' Assoc., 1908, p. 18.)

Report on work of importing parasites of the gypsy and brown-tail moths. (3d Annual Report of the Superintendent for Suppressing the Gypsy and Brown-Tail Moths, Jan., 1908, p. 222.)

Articles in the Rural New Yorker, July, 1907-June, 1908, vol. 1xvi.-Ixvii.: Corn-ear worm and wireworms, 3 Aug., p. 583; Bedbugs in a henhouse, 27 July, p. 583; White grubs and mealy bugs, 21 Dec., p. 921; The cabbage maggot, 21 March, p. 259; A talk about arsenic sprays, 28 March, p. 287.

and C. R. Crosby. Insects and their control.-Insecticides. (Bulletin of the Cornell University Agricultural Experiment Station, March, 1908, no. 252, pp. 337, 346.)

Snyder, V. On a special algebraic curve having a net of minimum adjoint curves. (Bulletin of the Amer. Mathematical Soc., Nov., 1907, vol. xiv., p. 70.)

On birational transformations of curves of high genus. (Amer. Jour. of Mathematics, Jan., 1908, vol. xxx., p. 10.)

Plane quintic curves which possess a group of linear transformations. (Same, p. 1.)

[Review of] Anfangsgründe der darstellenden Geometrie für Gymnasien; von F. Schütte. (Bulletin of the Amer. Mathematical Soc., March, 1908, vol. xiv., p. 294.)

editor. Bulletin of the American Mathematical Society, 1907-1908.

Spencer, J. W., editor. Home nature-study course, 1907-1908.

Sterrett, J. R. S. The Cornell expedition to Asia Minor. (Nation, 30 Jan., 1908, vol. lxxxvi., p. 100.)

Stockard, C. R. Observations on the natural history of polyodon spathula. (Amer. Naturalist, Dec., 1907, vol. xli., p. 753.)

Our new caviar fisheries. (Century Magazine, July, 1908, vol. Ixxvi., p. 457.)

and T. H. Morgan. The effects of salts and sugar solutions on the development of the frog's egg. (Biological Bulletin, Oct., 1907, vol. xiii., p. 272.)

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Stocking, W. A., jr. Bacteria of milk. (Cyclopedia of American agriculture, edited by L. H. Bailey, 1908, vol. iii., p. 187.)

Stone, J. L. Beans, Field. (Cyclopedia of American agriculture, edited by L. H. Bailey, 1907, vol. ii., p. 205.)

Buckwheat. (Same, p. 217.)

Computing balanced rations. (Same, 1908, vol. iii., p. 106.)

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crop. (Same, 1907, vol. ii., p. 510.) Strunk, W., jr. Notes on Coleridge. (Modern Language Notes, Jan., 1908, vol. xxiii., P. 32.)

The ordeal of Húbert. (Same, March, 1908, vol. xxiii., p. 78.)

The Shakespearean stage. (Cornell Era, Nov., 1907, vol. xl., p. 71.)

Two notes on words. (Jour. of English and Germanic Philology, Jan., 1908, vol. vii., p. 92.)

Symmers, D. Certain unusual forms of hepatitis. (Amer. Jour. of the Medical Sciences, Feb., 1908, vol. cxxxv., p. 251.)

Tanner, J. H. High school algebra. New York, (1907]. Pp. vi. +346. Diagrs. (Modern mathematical series.)

Key to High school algebra. New York, (1908). 8o. PP. 53+xxxi.

Tarr, R. S. Our gorges and waterfalls. (Cornell Era, Feb., 1908, vol. xl., p. 195.)

[Physiographic notes.] (Bulletin of the Amer. Geographical Soc., 1907-1908, vol. xxxix.-xl.)

associate editor. Bulletin of the American Geographical Society, 1907-1908.

associate editor. The journal of geography, 1907-1908. Teague, O., and B. H. Buxton. Die Agglutination in physikalischer Hinsicht. Die Ausflockung von Anilinfarben. (Zeitschrift für Physikalische Chemie, 1907, Bd. lx., p. 469.)

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Vorzonenphänomen. (Same, p. 489.)

The last two articles are reprinted in Publications of Cornell University Medical College: Studies from the Department of Pathology, 1907, vol. vii.

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Die gegenseitige Ausflockung von Kolloiden. (Same, März. 1908, Bd. Ixii., p. 287.)

and J. C. Torrey. A study of gonococcus by the method of “fixation of complement." (Jour. of Medical Research, Dec., 1907, vol. xvii., p. 223.)

Reprinted in Publications of Cornell University Medical College: Studies from the Department of Pathology, 1907, vol. vii..

Thilly, F. Einfuehrung in die Ethik, aus dem Englischen uebersetzt von R. Eisler. Leipzig, 1907. 8°. Pp. x. +255.

The Princeton preceptorial system. (Cornell Era, June, 1908, vol. xl., p. 403.)

Report of proceedings of the 7th meeting of the American Philosophical Association. (Philosophical Review, March, 1908, vol. xvii., p. 167.)

University ideals. (University of Cincinnati Record, Jan., 1908., Is. vol. iv., p. 6.)

The world view of a poet: Goethe's philosophy. (Hibbert Jour., April, 1908, vol. vi., no. 3.

[Review of] Beyond good and evil; by F. Nietzsche, authorized translation by H. Zimmern. (Jour. of Philosophy, Psychology and Scientific Methods, 30 Jan., 1908, vol. v., p. 75.)

[Review of] Etudes de morale positive; par G. Belot. (Philosophical Review, July, 1907, vol. xvi., p. 446.)

[Review of] Morals in evolution, a study in comparative ethics; by L. T. Hobhouse. Vol. i.-ii. (Same, Sept., 1907, vol. xvi., P. 527.)

(Review of] L'organisation de la conscience morale, esquisse d'un art moral positif; par J. Delvolve. (Same, p. 551.)

[Review of] The philosophy of Goethe's Faust; by T. Davidson. (Same, p. 552.)

Thomas, C. C. Steam turbines. 3d ed., revised and enlarged. New York, 1907.

8o. Pp. xiii. +334. Illus.

The specific heat of superheated steam. (Proceedings of the Amer. Soc. of Mechanical Engineers, Dec., 1907.)

The Thomas steam calorimeter. (Power, Nov., 1907, 101. xxvii.,

P. 790.)
Reprinted in Sibley Jour., Jan., 1908, vol. xxii., p. 118.

Thompson, W. G. Modern hospital construction. (Jour. of the Amer. Medical Assoc., 21 Sept., 1907, vol. xlix., p. 993.)

A phenomenal aortic aneurysm. (Medical Record, 18 April, 1908, vol. lxxiii., p. 636.)

The treatment of pneumonia, especially by out door air. (Amer. Jour. of the Medical Sciences. Jan., 1908, vol. cxxxv., p. 13.)

Tilton, B. T. The operative treatment of acute abscess of the lung. (Annals of Surgery, Sept., 1907, vol. xlvi., p. 405.)

Practical deductions from a series of operations for perforated gastric and duodenal ulcer. (International Clinics, 1908, 18 s. vol. i.)

Titchener, E. B. The method of impression and some recent criticism. (Amer. Jour. of Psychology, Jan., 1908, vol. xix., p. 138.)

The tridimensional theory of feeling. (Same, April, 1908, vol. xix., p. 213.)

and E. M. Bolger. Some experiments on the associative power of smells. (Same, July, 1907, vol. xviii., p. 326.)

and W. H. Pyle. The effect of imperceptible shadows on the judgment of distance. (Proceedings of the Amer. Philosophical Soc., April, 1907, vol. xlvi., p. 94.)

and I. M. Bentley, editors. Cornell University studies in psychology. No. 57. L. R. Geissler. Fluctuations of attention to cutaneous stimuli. (Amer. Jour. of Psychology, July, 1907, vol. xviii., p. 309.)

Same, No. 58. C. E. Ferree. The intermittence of minimal visual sensations. (Same, Jan., 1908, vol. xix., p. 58.)

American editor. Mind, a quarterly review of psychology and philosophy, July, 1907-April, 1908.

associate editor. The American Journal of psychology, , July, 1907-April, 1908.

Torrey, J. C. A study of natural and acquired immunity of guinea-pigs to gonococcus. (Jour, of Medical Research, May, 1908, vol. xviii., p. 347.)

See also Rogers, J., and J. C. Torrey. The treatment of gonorrheal infections by a specific antiserum.

See also Teague, O., and J. C. Torrey. A study of gonococcus by the method of “fixation of complement."

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Trevor, J. E. A commentary on the first law of thermodynamics. (Jour. of Physical Chemistry, May, 1908, vol. xii., p. 297.) Osmotic pressure.

(Same, March, 1908, vol. xii., p. 141.) editor. The journal of physical chemistry, 1907-1908. Tuck, C. H. John Walton Spencer; an appreciation. (Cornell Countryman, June, 1908, vol. v., p. 285.)

Van Rensselaer, M. How a farmer's wife kept summer boarders. (Ladies' Home Jour.)

Some real home economics. (Same, Oct.-Dec., 1907, vol. xxiv., pp. 62, 70.)

editor. Cornell reading-course for farmers wives, 19071908.

Ward, G. G., jr. Fibroma uteri simulating a child's head at term, multiple fibromyoma of the uterus, supravaginal hysterectomy, virulent streptococcus infection, death in 27 hours. (Amer. Jour. of Obstetrics, April, 1908, vol. lvii.)

Primary epithelioma of the vagina in a patient 20 years of age; Festschrift.

Prolapse of the ovary and its treatments. (Jour. of the Medical Assoc., 2 Nov., 1907.)

Tubercular peritonitis, operation with resection of thirty two inches of small intestine by the Connell method. (Post-Graduate, Feb., 1908, vol., xxiii.)

Warren, G. F. Agriculture for high schools. (Cornell Countryman, Oct., 1907, vol. v., p. 5.)

Spraying. (New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Stations Bulletin, 20 March, 1906, no. 194, PP. 1-60.)

Webber, H. J. The department of experimental plant biology. (Cornell Countryman, Oct., 1907, vol. v., p. 14.)

Method of pedigree breeding recommended for improving cotton. (Report of the Meeting of the Amer. Breeders' Assoc., 1907, vol. iii., p. 213.)

New citrus and pineapple productions of the Department of Agriculture. (Yearbook of the U. S. Dept. of Agriculture, 1906, p. 329.)

The opportunity for students in plant-breeding. (Quarterly of Alpha Zeta, May, 1908, vol. iv., p. 104.)

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