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editor. The journal of physical chemistry, 1906-1907. Also about 30 book reviews in the Jour. of Physical Chemistry.

Barringer, B. S. The diagnostic value of the cystoscopic examination in carcinoma cervicis uteri. (Medical Record, 18 May, 1907, vol. lxxi., p. 805.)

The Luys urine separator. (Amer. Jour. of the Medical Sciences, March, 1907, N. S. vol. cxxxiii., p. 391.)

Barringer, T. B., jr. Personal hygiene. New York, 1907. sm. 8o. pp. 12.

Some unusual results of intrathoracic compression. (Medical Record, 20 April, 1907, vol. lxxi., p. 637.)

and J. C. Roper. The prognosis of transient spontaneous glycosuria and its relation to alimentary glycosuria. (Amer. Jour. of the Medical Sciences, June, 1907, N. S. vol. cxxxiii., p. 842.)

Bedell, F. The principles of the transfornier. New York, 1907. 8o. pp. 416.

Note on the graphical representation of non-sinusoidal alternating currents (abstract]. (Physical Review, Sept., 1906, vol. xxiii., p. 249.)

and E. B. Tuttle. The effect of iron in distorting alternating-current wave form. (Transactions of the Amer. Institute of Electrical Engineers, Sept., 1906, vol. xxv., p. 601.)

editor. The physical review, 1906-1907. Bennett, C. E. The Latin language, a historical outline of its sounds, inflections and syntax. Boston, 1907. sm. 8o. pp. xiv. + 258. (Bennett's Latin series. )

The ablative of association. (Transactions of the Amer. Philological Assoc., 1905, vol. xxxvi., p. 64.)

[Review of] Case constructions with similis and its compounds; by T. M. Jones. (Classical Philology, Oct., 1906, vol. i., p. 437.)

associate editor. Classical philology, 1906–1907. Bentley, I. M. The psychology of organic movements. (Amer. Jour. of Psychology, July, 1906, vol. xvii., p. 293.)

[Review of] Psychology; an introductory study of the structure and function of human consciousness; by J. R. Angell. (Same, p. 415.)

[Review of] The psychology of beauty ; by E. D. Puffer. (Philosophical Review, Jan., 1907, vol. xvi., p. 86.)

associate editor. The psychological index, 1906.

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See also Titchener, E. B., aud I. M. Bentley, editors. Cornell University studies in psychology.

Bingham, J. W. Professor Kales and common law remainders. (Michigan Law Review, May, 1907, vol. v., p. 497.)

Some suggestions concerning the law of fixtures. (Columbia Law Review, Jan., 1907, vol. vii., p. 1.)

Bogert, G. G. A word to the wise. (Cornell Era, Oct., 1906, vol. xxxix., p. 9.)

Browne, A. W. A modified hydrogen sulphide generator. (Jour. of the Amer. Chemical Soc., July, 1906, vol. xxviii., p. 838.)

[Review of] Report of the International Committee on Analysis to the Sixth International Congress of Applied Chemistry at Rome, 1906. (Same, Aug., 1906, vol. xxviii., p. 1035.)

and M. J. Brown. A constant pressure gas generator for use over a wide range of pressure. --A new portable gas generator. (Same, June, 1907, vol. xxix.)

Also abstracts in Jour. of the Amer. Chemical Soc. and in Chemical Abstracts.

Bull, C. S. Auto-intoxication in relation to the eye. (Jour. of the Amer. Medical Assoc., 9, 23 Feb., 1907, vol. xlviii.)

A case of supposed glioma of the eyeball. (Medical Record, 8 Dec., 1906, vol. lxx., p. 928.)

Forms of choroiditis resembling the well-known syphilitic type. (British Medical Jour., 1906, vol. ii., p. 1854.)

Miotics in glaucoma, discussion. (Jour. of the Amer. Medical Assoc., 23 Feb., 1907, vol. xlviii., p. 726.)

The post-operative history of sixty cases of chronic glaucoma : second series. (Transactions of the Amer. Opthalmological Soc., 1907, vol. xi.)

Rare forms of chorioiditis. (Medical Record, 4 May, 1907, vol. lxxi., p. 728.)

Some of the rarer lesions of the eye due to chronic lithæmia. (Annals of Ophthalmology, June, 1907, vol., xvi.)

Treatment of progressive atrophy of the optic nerve due to acquired syphilis by subconjunctival and intravaginal injections of sublimate of mercury. (Jour. of the Anier. Medical Assoc., 15 Sept., 1906, vol. xlvii., p. 823.)

Tumors of the uveal tract, continued discussion. (Same, 11 Aug., 1906, vol. xlvii., p. 415.)

The value of the X-rays in the treatment of inoperable malignant disease of the eye and orbit. (Same, 29 Sept., 1906, vol. xlvii.)

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Burnett, S. H. The clinical examination of the blood in veteri. nary practice. (Amer. Veterinary Review, July, 1906, vol. xxx., p. 449.)

Tuberculosis in chickens positively identified in New York. (Same, Feb., 1907, vol. xxx., p. 1312.)

Burr, G. L. Anent bonfires. (Cornell Era, Feb., 1907, vol. xxxix., p. 205.)

[Review of] Congress of Arts and Sciences, Universal Exposition, St. Louis, 1904 ; edited by H. J. Rogers. Vol. ii. History of politics and economics, history of law, history of religion. (Amer. Historical Review, July, 1906, vol. xi., p. 862.)

[Review of] Geschichte der Päpste seit dem Ausgang des Mittelalters ; von L. Pastor. 4° Bd. 1° Abt. (Same, Jan., 1907, vol. xii., p. 361.)

[Review of] A history of diplomacy in the international development of Europe ; by D. J. Hill. Vol. ii. The establishment of territorial sovereignty. (Same, April, 1907, vol. xii., p. 617.)

[Review of] A history of the inquisition of Spain; by H. C. Lea. Vol. i.-iii. (Same, July, 1906, vol. xi., p. 887; Jan., 1907, vol. xii., p. 359 ; April, 1907, vol. xii., p. 625.)

associate editor. The American historical review, 1906– 1907.

Buxton, B. H. Absorption from the peritoneal cavity. (Jour. of Medical Research, 1907, vol. xvi., p. 17.)

The effect of minimal doses of bacteria and the bearing of the experiments upon the question of peritonitis. (Same, p. 25.)

and P. A. Shaffer. Die Agglutination und verwandte Reaktionen in physikalischer Hinsicht I. (Zeitschrift für Physikali. sche Chemie, 23. Okt., 1906, Bd. lvii., S. 47.)

and 0. Teague. Die Agglutination in physikalischer Hinsicht. II. Ein Vergleich verschiedener Suspensionen. (Same, S. 64.)

The last two articles are reprinted in Publications of Cornell University Medical College : Studies from the Department of Pathology, 1906, vol. vi.

and J. C. Torrey. Studies in absorption. (Jour. of Medical Research, July, 1906, vol. xv., p. 1.)

See also Coleman, W., and B. H. Buxton. The bacteriology of the blood in typhoid fever.

See also Teague, O., and B. H. Buxton. Die Agglutination in physikalischer Hinsicht III. Electric charges carried by the hemolysins.

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Camac, C. N. B., joint author. A case of melanosarcoma of the eye (primary) and of the liver (secondary), by M. I. Schoenberg and C. N. B. Camac. (N. Y. Medical Jour., 12 Jan., 1907, vol. lxxxv.)

Also separately reprinted.

Carpenter, R. C. The derivation of constants used in heating engineering ; paper before the American Society of Heating and Ventilating Engineers. (Engineering Review, Jan., 1907.)

Also reprinted in Heating and Ventilating Magazine, Feb., 1907, and in Domestic Engineering, Feb., 1907.

Dr. Robert Henry Thurston. (Cornell Era, Nov., 1906, vol. xxxix., p. 64.)

The flow of fluids in a Venturi tube. (Proceedings of the Amer. Soc. of Mechanical Engineers, Dec., 1906. )

The heating of railway cars; paper read before the American Society of Heating and Ventilating Engineers, Jan., 1907. (Engineering Review, Jan., 1907.)

Also reprinted in Heating and Ventilating Magazine, Feb., 1907, and in Domestic Engineering, Feb., 1907.

Steam plant of the White motor car. (Proceedings of the Amer. Soc. of Mechanical Engineers, Nov., 1906, April, 1907.) Reprinted in part in several engineering and automobile journals.

Test of rotary pump. (Same, Dec., 1906.) Carver, W. B. Associated configurations of the Cayley-Veronese class. (Bulletin of the Amer. Mathematical Soc., Dec., 1906, vol. xiii., p. 109.)

Catterall, R. C. H. To the class of 1910. (Cornell Era, Oct., 1906, vol. xxxix., p. 4.)

[Review of] The history of England from Addington's administration to the close of William IV.'s reign (1801-1837); by G. C. Brodrick, completed and revised by J. K. Fotheringham. (Amer. Historical Review, Oct., 1906, vol. xii., p. 139.)

Cavanaugh, G. W. Fertilizer questions. (Cornell Reading Course for Farmers, Dec., 1906, 78. no. 32, p. 626.)

Church, I. P. On the analysis of columns. (Engineering News, 27 Sept., 1906, vol. lvi., p. 336. )

Claiborne, J. H. Types of congenital symbol amblyopia. (Jour. of the Amer. Medical Assoc., i Dec., 1906, vol. xlvii., p. 1813.)

Also separately reprinted.

Clark, C. F., joint author. 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.)

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

See also Gilmore, J. W., and C. F. Clark. Second report on the influence of fertilizers on the yield of timothy hay.

Coe, J. W. The treatment of purpura conditions and hemophilia. (Jour. of the Amer. Medical Assoc., 6 Oct., 1906, vol. xlvii., p. 1090.)

Coit, J. E. A peony check-list, including the leading varieties of peonies of which authentic descriptions can be found in horticultural literature. [Ithaca), 1907. 8°. Pp. 230. Photo-engrs. and vign. in t.-P.

With the cooperation of the Committee on Nomenclature of the American Peony Society.

A genuine seedless apple. (Cornell Countryman, June, 1907, vol. iv., p. 306.)

Meeting of the American Peony Society. (Florists Exchange, 1 June, 1907, p. 743. )

The peony of to-day. (Cornell Countryman, May, 1907, vol. iv., p. 251. )

Coleman, W. A syllabus of materia medica, revised to conform to the 8th decennial revision of the U. S. Pharmacopeia. 3d ed. New York, 1906. 16o. pp. 200.

and B. H. Buxton. The bacteriology of the blood in typhoid fever; an analysis of 1602 cases. Amer. Jour, of the Medical Sciences, June, 1907, N. S. vol. cxxxiii., p. 896.)

Comstock, A. B. The farm, a school of citizenship. (Cornell Countryman, Oct., 1906, vol. iv., p. 6.)

- The Nature Club of America. (Country Life in America, Aug., Sept., 1906, vol. x., pp. 439, 538; Nov., 1906-April, 1907, vol. xi., pp. 22, 232, 336, 433, 578, 718.)

editor. Home nature-study course, Oct., 1906—May, 1907. Conner, L. A. Acute dilatation of the stomach and its relation to mesenteric obstruction of the duodenum. (Amer. Jour, of the Medical Sciences, March, 1907, N. S. vol. cxxxiii., p. 345.)

The clinical diagnosis of status lymphaticus. (N. Y. State Jour. of Medicine, July, 1906, vol. vi., p. 282.)

A review of the bacteriology of acute articular rheumatism. (Jour, of the Amer. Medical Assoc., 2 Feb., 1907, vol. xlviii., P. 371.)

Cooper, L. A glance at Wordsworth's reading. (Modern Language Notes, March, April, 1907, vol. xxii., pp. 83, 110.)

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