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Rook (C.) The Hooligan nights. Being the life and opinions of a young and impenitent criminal. London, 1899. 12o.

EDUCATION AND EDUCATIONAL Insti.

TUTIONS. Barnett (P. A.) Common sense in education and teaching. An introduction to practice. London, 1899. 12o.

Jámbor (J.) Histoire, organisation et fonctionnement de l'Université technique Joseph de Budapest. Budapest, 1898. 4°.

Montaigne. Montaigne. The education of children. Selected, translated, and annotated by L. E. Rector. New York, 1899. 12o. International education series,

• What is secondary education ?' and other short essays by writers of practical experience ... Edited with preface, by R. P. Scott. London, 1899. 12°.

Wohlrabe (Dr.) Der Lehrer in der Litteratur. Beiträge zur Geschichte des Lehrerstandes. Freiburg i. Breisgau, 1898. 8°.

BOTANY-ZOOLOGY, ETC. Kavalleristische Gedanken. Von einem ehemaligen Österreichischen Reiteroffizier. Stuttgart, 1897. 8°.

Unsere Pferde. Sammlung zwangloser hippologischer Ab handlungen.

1. Heft. Monteton (O. von). Über Reitinstruktionen, die Gehlust des Pferdes und das Springen der Pferde. Stuttgart, 1898. 8°.

Unsere Pferde. Sammlung zwangloser hippologischer Abhandlungen. 4. Heft.

Monteton (0. von). Über stätische Pferde. Stuttgart, 1899. 8°.

Unsere Pferde. Sammlung zwangloser hippologischer Abhandlungen. 7. Heft.

Sanden ( von). Einfluss von Dressur, Übung und Erziehung auf das Kriegspferd. Stuttgart, 1898. 8°. Unsere Pferde. Sammlung zwangloser.

Spohr ( ). Das Niederbrechen von Rennund Reitpferden. Stuttgart, 1897. 8°.

Unsere Pferde. Sammlung zwangloser hippologischer Abhanglungen. 2. Heft.

Spohr ( ). Die Zäumungsfrage bei Rennund Reitpferden. Stuttgart, 1898. 8°.

Unsere Pferde. Sammlung zwangloser hippologischer Abhandlungen. 5. Heft.

Yorke (F. H.) Our ducks. A history of American ducks; nesting, roosting, feeding and playing grounds... Chicago, 1899. 12°.

Wallace (R. L.) The canary book. London, (1899.] 2 v. 8o.

Wrangel (C. G.) Einiges über Fahren. Stutt. gart, 1898. 8.

Unsere Pferde. Sammlung zwangloser hippologischer Abhandlungen.

III. Heft.

ASTRONOMY-GEOLOGY-CHEMISTRY,

ETC. Alasia (C.) Sulle involuzioni di ordini superiori. Civitanova-Marche, 1898. 8°.

Gürich (G.) Das Mineralreich. Neudamm, n. d. 8°. (Hausschatz des Wissens, Abteilung IV (Band 6.)

Tilden (W. A.) A short history of the progress of scientific chemistry in our own times. London, 1899. 12°. APPLIED SCIENCE AND USEFUL ARTS.

Buchli-Konrad (B.) Kochbuch für feine bürgerliche Küche sowie für Hotels und Pensionen auf deutsche, englische und französische Manier ... Glarus, 1898. 8°.

Holzweissig (M.) Praktisches Kochbuch. Herausg. insbesondere zum Handgebrauch ihrer Schülerinnen ... Baussen, 1899. 5. ed. 8°.

Jackson (C. L.) The Lancashire sea fisheries. A lecture delivered in the Chadwick Museum, Bolton, May 24th, 1899. Manchester, 1899. 12°.

Lemcke (G.) Preserving and pickling. New York, 1899. 8°.

Perry (J.) The steam engine and gas and oil engines... London, 1899. 8o.

Riege ( ), Frau Dr. Kochrezeptbuch: Vollständiges Kochbuch für die tägliche Mahlzeit und für die Festtafel. Hamburg, (1898.) 8°.

Voigt (H.) Kochen und Heizen mittels des elektrischen Stromes. Halle a. S., 1899. 8°. MILITARY AND NAVAL SCIENCE AND His

TORY-WAR. Decle (L.) Trooper 3809. A private soldier of the third republic. New York, 1899. 12°.

Lodge (H. C.) The war with Spain. New York, 1899. 8o. PhilosoPHY-RELIGION—ETHICS

PSYCHOLOGY. Ardigo' (R.) La dottrina spenceriana dell' inconoscibile. Roma, 1899. 12°.

Aust (E.) Die Religion der Römer. Munster i. W., 1899. 8°.

(Darstellungen a. d. nichtch. Religionsgeschichte, XIII. Band.)

Deutschthümler (W.) Veber Schopenhauer zu Kant.

Wien, 1899. 8o. Frey (J.) Tod, Seelenglaube und Seelenkult im alten Israel ... Leipzig, 1898. 8°. SPORTS AND PASTIMES--GAMES-HUNT

ING, ETC. Schneider (J.) Die Angelfischerei. Eine auf langjährige Erfahrung bernhende populäre Anleitung zur Ausübung und Erlernung der gesamten Angelfischerei. Mtilheim a. d. Ruhr, n. d. 12°

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SAMUEL P. AVERY,

ALEXANDER MAITLAND. John BIGELOW.

THOMAS M. MARKOE. WILLIAM ALLEN BUTLER.

STEPHEN H. OLIN, John L. CADWALADER.

ALEXANDER E. Orr. ANDREW H. GREEN.

HENRY C. POTTER. DANIEL HUNTINGTON.

GEORGE L. Rives. H. VAN RENSSELAER KENNEDY.

Philip SCHUYLER. John S. KENNEDY.

GEORGE W. Smith. EDWARD. King.

FREDERICK STURGES. Lewis Cass LEDYARD.

CHARLES HOWLAND RUSSELL. Bird S. COLER, Comptroller of the City of New York, ex officio.

OFFICERS

President, Hon. John Bigelow.
First Vice-President, Rt. Rev. Henry C. Potter, D.D.
Second Vice-President, John S. KENNEDY, Esq.
Secretary, GEORGE L. Rives, Esq., 32 Nassau Street.
Treasurer, EDWARD KING, Esq., Union Trust Company, 80 Broadway.
Director, John S. Billings, LL.D., 40 Lafayette Place.

REGULATIONS

THE

HE Astor Building, 40 Lafayette Place, and the Lenox Building, Fifth Avenue

and 70th Street, are open daily, excepting on Sundays, Independence Day, Christmas, and New Year, from 9 A, M. until 6 P. M.

The Reading rooms and the Exhibition rooms are free to all persons; but children under the age of fifteen years must be accompanied by an adult.

In the Reading room of each Library Building certain shelves are set apart for books of reference, which readers are allowed to take down and examine at their pleasure. For all other books an application must be made by filling out and signing one of the blanks provided for the purpose.

Published monthly by The New York Public Library, No. 40 Lafayette Place, New York City
Subscription One Dollar a year, single numbers Ten Cents. Subscriptions may be sent to I. Ferris Lockwood, Business

Superintendent, No. 40 Lafayette Place, New York
Entered as second-class matter at the New York, N. Y., Post Office, January 30, 1897

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During the month of October there were received at the Library by purchase 957 volumes and 118 pamphlets, and by gift 1,455 books and 2,958 pamphlets.

There were catalogued 3,567 volumes and 4,149 pamphlets, for which purpose 16,118 cards and 2,440 slips for the printer were written.

The following table shows the number of readers, and the number of volumes consulted, in both the Astor and Lenox Branches of the Library, during the month:

LENOX.

ASTOR.

Total number of readers..
Daily average of readers..
Number of volumes consulted..

2,355

93 5,863

7,903

304 36,113

The most notable gifts in October were as follows: from the Church Club, New York, 12 volumes of lectures; John Peyre Thomas, jr., 164 volumes of South Carolina documents; Hon. Bernard F. Martin, 9 volumes New York State documents; Major General Brooke, Division of Cuba, i volume, annual report; Brigadier General Wilson, Matanzas, and Santa Clara, i volume, annual report; W. A. Butler, I volume; Hon. Samuel G. French, 50 volumes of New York State documents; Friedr. Bayer & Co., of Elberfeld, Germany, 6 volumes and 8 pamphlets, relative to their color works; Mrs. Henry Draper, 7 volumes, including 2 volumes of the Catalogue of the Secrètan Collection, with plates and the “Illustrations of Turkish, Arabian, etc., metal ware,” issued by the Handels Museum, Vienna; The New York City Library, 60 volumes of documents; Michigan State Board of Health, 64 volumes and 167 pamphlets relating to medicine; and the following documents from foreign cities and countries: Berne, 7 volumes and 41 pamphlets; the Netherlands, 10 volumes; the Central Library of Switzerland, 83 volumes and 48 pamphlets; the Egyptian Post Office Administration, 2 volumes and i pamphlet; Copenhagen, 7 volumes; Florence, 30 volumes; France, Minister of Commerce, 116

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