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197. On Place Names in General and the Hampshire Place Names in Particular. Hampshire Field Club and Arch. Soc. Proceedings, 1922, IX, 221–61.

198. The Ancient Highways and Tracks of Wilts., Berks. and Hants., and the Saxon Battlefields of Wilts. Arch. Journal, 1918, LXXV, 69-194.

199. On the meaning of certain terms in the Anglo-Saxon Charters. Essays and Studies by members of the English Association, vol. VIII, 37-69.

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201. HULBURD, PERCY. Final "den" in Kentish Place-Names. N. and Q., Feb. 11, 1922, X, 116.

202. JAKOBSEN, J. Gamle elvenavne og fiskepsladsnavne på Shetland. Namn och Bygd, 1922, X, 26–48.

203. JOHNSTON, JAMES B. "Nursling," Hants. T.L.S., Corr., Oct. 26, 1922; cf. W. H. Stevenson, ib. Nov. 9.

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215. ROCKINGHAM. Verbalised Surnames. N. and Q., Jan. 7, 1922, X, 15.

216. ROUND, J. H. Norse Place-Names in Essex. Reprinted from the Trans. of the Essex Archaeol. Soc., vol. 16, part 3.

217. SALTER, H. E. The Historic Names of the Streets and Lanes of Oxford Intra Muros. Clar. Press, 1922. 3s. 6d. Reviewed in T.L.S., May 18, 1922.

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218. STENHOUSE, T. Lives enshrined in Language; or Proper Names which have become common parts of speech. Scott, 1922. Cr. 8vo. pp. 191. 4s. 6d.

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219. WATERMAN, THOMAS TALBOT. The Geographical Names used by Indians of the Pacific Coast. Geographical Review, Apr. 1922, XII, 175-94. Illus., map.

220. WATKINS, ALFRED. "Cole" and "Cold" Place-Names. N. and Q., Nov. 18, 1922, XI, 404-6; cf. Lees, Knowles, ib. Dec. 2, p. 454, and ib. Dec. 16, pp. 497-8.


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222. WATSON, EUGENE. Etymology of Burlingame (Burlingham). Mod. Lang. Notes, Feb. 1922, XXXVII, 123–4.



223. WEEKLEY, ERNEST. The Romance of Names. 3rd ed. revised. Murray. Cr. 8vo. pp. 263. 6s.

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226. WILLIAMSON, F. "Schow" in Place-Names. N. and Q., Sept. 16, 1922, XI, 230; cf. ib. Oct. 14, pp. 317-8.


227. BØGHOLM, N. Engelsk Betydningslære. København: V. Pios Boghandel, 1922. 8vo. pp. 258.

228. Brightman, Edgar Sheffield. The Use of the Word Personalism. The Personalist, Oct. 1922, III, 254-9.

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232. KROESCH, SAMUEL. Semantic Notes. Journ. Engl. and Germ. Philol., Oct. 1922, XXI, 612-20.

233. LIEBERMANN, FELIX. 'Speer' figürlich für 'Blutrache.' Archiv, Aug. 1922, CXLIII, 248.

234. STERN, GUSTAF. Swift, Swiftly, and their Synonyms: A Contribution to Semantic Analysis and Theory. Göteborgs Högskolas Årsskrift, 1921, III. (Bibl. 1921, 148.) Göteborg: Wettergren and Kerber. pp. 295. Reviewed by James Wilson Bright in Mod. Lang. Notes, April 1922, XXXVII, 251–4.


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237. KLAEBER, FREDERICK. “Looking Under the Sun." Mod. Lang. Notes, June 1922, XXXv11, 6, pp. 376–7.


238. LOANE, GEORGE G. An Elizabethan Idiom (with + the superlative). T.L.S., Corr., March 30, 1922.

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240. SHELDON, EDWARD STEVENS. Two Strings to One's Bow. Romanic Review, Jan.-March 1922, XIII, 77–80.

241. TATLOCK, JOHN S. P. “Under the Sonne." Mod. Lang. Notes, June 1922, XXXVII, 377.



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242. EKWALL, EILERT. Historische neuenglische Laut- und Formenlehre. 2nd revised edition. Sammlung Göschen 735. Berlin and Leipzig: W. de Gruyter, 1922. Small 8vo. pp. 150.

243. FLASDIECK, HERMANN M. Forschungen zur Frühzeit der neuenglischen Schriftsprache. Parts I-II. Stud. Engl. Philol., 1922, LXV and LXVI. 8vo. pp. 43 and 91.

244. GRANT, WILLIAM and Dixon, James MaiN. Manual of Modern Scots. (Bibl. 1921, 155.) Reviewed by W. Horn in Engl. Stud., Oct. 1922, LVI, 415–22; by R. Jackson in Mod. Lang. Review, July 1922, XVII, 305–7; in The Personalist, July 1922, III, 207–8.

245. JESPERSEN, OTTO. A Modern English Grammar on Historical Principles. Parts I-II. 2nd and 3rd ed. German. Biblioth. 1, Reihe 1, Vol. IX. Heidelberg: Winter, 1922. 8vo. pp. xi, 485, and pp. xxviii, 486. (I. Sounds and Spellings. II. Syntax.)

246. KRUISINGA, E. and SCHUTT, J. H. Lessons in English Grammar. Utrecht: Kemink, 1922. pp. 175, 15. f. 3.25. [Aims at showing advanced foreign students how to study English grammar, chiefly syntax, not by theoretical discussion but by practical examples.]

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248. Moore, SAMUEL. Historical Outlines of English Phonology and Middle English Grammar. (Bibl. 1920, IV, 30; 1921, 164.) Ann Arbor: Wahr, 1919. Reviewed by W. F. Bryan in Journ. Engl. and Germ. Philol., July 1922, XXI, 552-5; by H. M. Flasdieck in Anglia Beibl., Dec. 1922, XXXIII, 230-2.

249. MOORE, SAMUEL and KNOTT, THOMAS A. The Elements of Old English. (Bibl. 1920, IV, 29.) Reviewed by H. M. Flasdieck in Anglia Beibl., Oct. 1922, XXXIII, 194–5.

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251. THOMAS, P. G. An Introduction to the History of the English Language. (Bibl. 1920, IV, 33.) Reviewed by W. Horn in Anglia Beibl., Feb. 1922, XXXIII, 30–2.

252. WARDALE, E. E. An Old English Grammar. Methuen, 1922. pp. viii, 131. 75.

253. WYLD, HENRY CECIL. A History of Modern Colloquial English. (Bibl. 1920, IV, 34.) Reviewed by R. Jordan in Engl. Stud., Jan. 1922, LVI, 84-7.


254. Barker, JAMES L. Syllable and Word Division in French and English. Modern Philology, February 1922, XIX, 321-36.

255. CRAIGIE, W. A. English Reading Made Easy: by means of a System of Marks applied to the Ordinary Spelling. Oxford: Clar. Press, 1922. Cr. 8vo. pp. 160. 2s. 6d.

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256. PERRET, W. Peetickay: an Essay towards the Abolition of Spelling. (Bibl. 1920, IV, 38.) Reviewed by L. Grootaers in Leuvensche Bijdragen, 1922, XIV, Bijblad, 45-7.


257. ARMSTRONG, LILIAS E. An English Phonetic Reader. (London Phonetic Readers Series.) London: Univ. Press.

258. BARKER, JAMES L. The Formation of Voiceless Consonants in French and English. Modern Philology, Nov. 1922, XX, 173–80. BARRAND, F. ALBAN. See under Name Study.

259. BENDIX, WALTER. Englische Lautlehre nach Nares (1784). Diss. Giessen, 1921. Darmstadt: Bender. 8vo. pp. viii, 74.

260. BOROWSKI, BRUNO. Zum Nebenakzent beim altenglischen Nominalkompositum. (Sächs. Forschungsinstitute in Leipzig.) Halle: Niemeyer, 1921. 8vo. pp. viii, 162.

261. BRADLEY, CORNELIUS BEACH. The Accentuation of the Research-Group of Words. Gayley Anniv. Papers, pp. 1–19.

262. DE WITT, Margaret E. The Webster Key. Quart. Journ. of Speech Education, Apr. 1922, VIII, 156–60.

263. EHRENTREICH, ALFRED. Zur Quantität der Tonvokale im Modern-Englischen. (Bibl. 1920, IV, 40.) Reviewed by M. Weyrauch in Lit. Zentralbl., Dec. 1921, LXXII, 958–9; by O. Funke in Anglia Beibl., July 1922, XXXIII, 145-58; by L. Grootaers in Leuvensche Bijdragen, 1922, xiv, Bijblad, 35-40.

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