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52. LEE, SIR SIDNEY (ed.). The Concise Dictionary of National Biography. From the beginnings to 1911; being an epitome of the main work and its supplement, to which is added an epitome of the supplement, 1901-1911. Milford, 1924. 91 × 61. pp. 1456+129. 21S. MAUROIS, ANDRÉ. See 1708.

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53. Registrum Annalium Collegii Mertonensis, 1483-1521. Ed. by the Rev. H. E. SALTER for the Oxford Hist. Soc. Oxford: Clar. Press. pp. liv, 544.

WALLIS, N. HARDY. Biography, its Use and Abuse. See 461.


54. Aberystwyth Studies. By Members of the University College of Wales. Vol. vi. Aberystwyth: Univ. Press Board, 1924. 10 × 61. PP. 74. 3s. Includes:-2. E. BENSLY: James Howell Once More, Pp. 23-45. 3. L. WINSTANLEY: Hamlet and the Essex Conspiracy, Part 1, pp. 47-66.

British Academy. 55. Proceedings, 1919–1920. Milford, 1924. 10 × 61. pp. xiv, 496. 40s. Contents include:-George SaintSBURY: Some Recent Studies in English Prosody, pp. 79-89. G. M. TREVELYAN: Englishmen and Italians, Some Aspects of their Relations Past and Present, pp. 91-108. VISCOUNT HALDANE: Degrees in Knowledge, Truth and Reality, pp. 109-40. SIR A. W. Ward: Shakespeare and the Makers of Virginia, pp. 141–85: JOHN BAILEY: Poetry and Commonplace, pp. 213-36. C. H. FIRTH: The Political Significance of Gulliver's Travels, pp. 237-59. Bernard Bosanquet: Croce's Aesthetic, pp. 261–88. DR CHARLES SINGER: Early English Magic and Medicine, pp. 341-74. H. J. C. GRIERSON: Lord Byron, Arnold and Swinburne, pp. 431–61.

56. CHAMBERS, E. K. The Disintegration of Shakespeare. (The Annual Shakespeare Lecture.) Milford, 1924. Roy. 8vo. pp. 22. IS. Rev. in N.Q., Sept. 27, 1924, CXLVII, 237; in T.L.S., Sept. 11, 1924. 57. MACKAIL, W. J. Bentley's Milton. (Warton Lecture on English Poetry, xv.) Milford, 1924. Roy. 8vo. pp. 22. Is. 6d. Chaucer Society. 58. SPURGEON, CAROLINE F. E. Years of Chaucer Criticism and Allusion (1357–1900). duction. Milford, 1924. 8vo. pp. vii, cxliv. (Second Series 55, the issue for 1916.)

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59. Five Hundred Years of Chaucer Criticism and Allusion (1357-1900). Part VII. The Index. Milford, 1924. 8vo. (Second Series 56, the issue for 1917.)

60. TATLOCK, JOHN S. P. A Comparative Study of all the MSS. of the Canterbury Tales. (Second Series 57.)

61. De Drie Talen. Bundel uitgegeven bij den aanvang van den 40en jaargang. English Section: J. Bouten: A few general remarks

about ballad poetry in English literature (pp. 113-17). G. A. Dudok: Iets over de Bronte's (pp. 119-26). J. A. Falconer: Celt and Saxon (pp. 127-35). P. Fyn van Draat: Detached: Detachment (pp. 137-42). W. van der Gaaf: The infinitive and the present participle in connection with verbs of perception (pp. 143-53). E. Kruisinga: Methoden van spraakkunststudie (pp. 155–60). Th. Neervens, S.J.: To the Editor of 'De Drie Talen' (pp. 161–5). Fr. A. Pompen : Over Verbal Nouns (pp. 167–73). H. Poutsma: Observations on expedients to express intensity and emphasis (pp. 175-87). J. H. Schutt: Enige opmerkingen over het onderwys in de moderne talen (pp. 189-99). Noticed in E. Studies, Apr. 1924, VI, 63, and rev. by A. C. E. Vechtman-Veth in Museum, Mar. 1925, 32, 154-5.

Early English Text Society. BERGEN, H. (ed.). Lydgate's Fall of Princes. 3 Parts. See 657.

HITCHCOCK, ELSIE VAUGHAN. The Folewer to the Donet. By Reginald Pecock. See 663.

62. RYPINS, STANLEY. Three Old English Prose Texts in MS. Cotton Vitellius A xv. With an Introduction and Glossarial Index. (E.E.T.S. Or. Series, 161.) Milford, 1924. pp. 1, 148. Two facs. 25s.

English Association. 63. Essays and Studies by Members of. Vol. IX. Collected by the late W. P. KER. Oxford: Clar. Press, 1924 for 1923. 8×5. PP. 144. 7s. 6d. Contents:-1. George Gordon: The Trojans in Britain. 2. Dorothy M. E. Dymes: The Original Language of the 'Ancren Riwle.' 3. R. W. Chambers: Long Will, Dante, and the Righteous Heathen. 4. Edith C. Batho: The Life of Christ in the Ballads. 5. Edith J. Morley: Joseph Warton, A Comparison of his 'Essay on the Genius and Writings of Pope,' with his edition of Pope's Works. 6. J. H. G. Grattan: On the Teaching of Case. 7. Barker Fairley: The Modern Consciousness in English Literature. Rev. in T.L.S., Apr. 10, 1924; in N.Q., Apr. 19, 1924, CXLVI, 298; in New Statesman, Sept. 27, 1924, XXIII, 597, 708; by Gustav Hübener in Anglia Beibl., Dec. 1924, XXXV, 366–70.

64. Essays and Studies by Members of. Vol. x. Collected by E. K. CHAMBERS. Milford, 1924. 8vo. pp. 144. Members, 3s. 6d.; Non-members, 7s. 6d. Contents:-1. Ethel Seaton: Marlowe's Map. 2. J. Dover Wilson: Spellings and Misprints in the Second Quarto of 'Hamlet.' 3. J. E. V. Crofts: A Life of Bishop Corbett, 1582-1635. 4. Elizabeth Holmes: Some Notes on Milton's Use of Words. 5. Oliver Elton: Reason and Enthusiasm in the Eighteenth Century. 6. J. W. Mackail: Allan Ramsay and the Romantic Revival.

65. BUCHAN, JOHN. Some Notes on Sir Walter Scott. (Pamphlet 58.) Milford, 1924. 93 × 61. pp. 19. Members, Is.

66. GALSWORTHY, JOHN. On Expression. (Pamphlet 59.) Milford, 1924. 9 × 61. pp. 18. Members, Is.; Non-members, 2s. 6d. 67. English Place-name Society. Introduction to the Survey of English Place-names. Cambridge: Univ. Press, 1924. 2 vols. 9 × 5o. 21s. together only. Vol. 1, Part 1. Ed. by A. MAWER and F. M. STEN

TON. Pp. viii, 4, 189. Contents:-1. W. J. Sedgefield: Methods of Place-name Study. 2. E. Ekwall: The Celtic Element. 3. F. M. Stenton: The English Element. 4. E. Ekwall: The Scandinavian Element. 5. R. E. Zachrisson: The French Element. 6. J. Tait: The Feudal Element. 7. H. C. Wyld and Mary S. Serjeantson: Placenames and English Linguistic Studies. 8. O. G. S. Crawford: Placenames and Archæology. 9. F. M. Stenton: Personal Names in Placenames. Vol. 1, Part 11. Ed. by Allen Mawer. pp. vii, 3, 67. The Chief Elements used in English Place-names. Rev. in T.L.S., July 31, 1924.

68. Giessener Beiträge zur Erforschung der Sprache und Kultur Englands und Nord-Amerikas. Ed. by W. Horn. Giessen: Verlag des engl. Seminars, 1924. Vol. 11, Part 1. 8vo. pp. 128. Contents:1. G. Himmler: William Collins' Gedichte. 2. Else Gutermuth: Das Kind im englischen Roman von Richardson bis Dickens. 3. Berta Scheld: Die Personencharakterisierung bei Thackeray. 4. Philipp Buttler: Die Ausländer in den Romanen Thackerays.

69. In Memoriam Adolphus William Ward, Master of Peterhouse, 1900-1924. Cambridge: Univ. Press, 1924. 8 × 61. pp. xxviii, 173. Contains, among others, papers on the Life and Bibliography of A. W. Ward, pp. xi-xxviii; LORD CHALMERS, Richard Crashaw, Poet and Saint, pp. 47-67; W. EMERY BARNES, Brian Walton, pp. 69–79; H. V. TEMPERLEY, Two Legends connected with Thomas Gray, pp. 103-23. Rev. in T.L.S., Dec. II, 1924.

70. Jahrbuch der deutschen Shakespeare-Gesellschaft. Ed. W. Keller, LIX-LX, N.F. 1, 1923-4. Jena: Biedermann, 1924. 8vo. pp. 312. Includes:-1. H. Lilienfein: Shakespeare's dichterische Phantasie, p. 19. 2. G. Hartmann: Die Bühnengesten in Shakespeare's Dramen als Ausdruck von Gemütsbewegungen. Ein Beitrag zur Geschichte der Schauspieltechnik im Elisabethanischen Zeitalter, P. 41. 3. Karl Ege: Der Anteil Shakespeare's an 'The Two Noble Kinsmen,' p. 62. 4. Elisabeth Schaefer: Zur Datierung von Shakespeare's 'All's Well That Ends Well,' p. 86. 5. Arnold E. Berger: Zur Technik des 'Hamlet,' p. 109. 6. W. Keller: Shakespeare, Ben Jonson und die Folio von 1623, p. 123. 7. E. Wolff: Die sogenannte Shakespeare-Bacon-Frage, pp. 130–61. 8. Nekrologe, pp. 159–65. 9. Bücherschau [separately listed], pp. 168–220. 10. Zeitschriftenschau, pp. 221-39. 11. Theaterschau, pp. 240–68. 12. ShakespeareBibliographie für 1921–2, pp. 269–301.

71. Malone Society. Collections. Vol. 11, Part 11. 1923. Contents:1. Notes on the Society's Publications, pp. 137-41. 2. The Cruel Debtor, a further fragment, pp. 142-4. 3. E. K. Chambers (ed.): Four Letters on Theatrical Affairs, pp. 145-9. 4. G. C. Moore Smith: The Academic Drama at Cambridge. Extracts from College Records, pp. 150-230. See also 1040.

72. Royal Society of Literature. Essays by Divers Hands, being the Transactions of. Ed. by EDMUND GOSSE. New Series. Vol Iv.

Milford, 1924. 8vo. pp. x, 156. 7s. Contents:-1. John Drinkwater: William Cory, pp. 1–31. 2. J. Holland Rose: Chivalry and the Sea, pp. 33-53. 3. R. Warwick Bond: The Art of Narrative-Poetry, pp. 55-70. 4. Robert W. Ramsey: Dante and St Louis, pp. 71–86. 5. Sir Henry Newbolt: Peacock, Scott, and Robin Hood, pp. 87-118. 6. A. T. Baker: Saints' Lives Written in Anglo-French: Their historical, social and literary importance, pp. 119–56.

73. Schelling Anniversary Papers. By His Former Students. (Bibl. 1923, 80.) Rev. by Harold N. Hillebrand in J. E. G. Phil., Oct. 1924, XXIII, 603-5.

74. Shakespeare Association. 1623-1923. Studies in the First Folio written for the Shakespeare Association in celebration of the First Folio Tercentenary and read at Meetings of the Association held at King's College, University of London, May-June, 1923. Milford, 1924. Roy. 8vo. pp. xxxvi, 182. 47 plates. Illus. 18s. Contents:-SIR ISRAEL GOLLANCZ: General Introduction. M. H. SPIELMANN: Shakespeare's Portraiture. J. DOVER WILSON: The Task of Heminge and Condell. SIR SIDNEY LEE: A Survey of First Folios. R. CROMPTON RHODES: The First Folio and the Elizabethan Stage. W. W. GREG: The First Folio and its Publishers. ALLARDYCE NICOLL: The Editors of Shakespeare from the First Folio to Malone.

Society for Pure English. 75. Tract No. XVI. JESPERSen, Otto. Logic and Grammar. MACRITCHIE, D. and W. H. STEVENSON. Great and Little Britain. Clarendon Press, 1924. 91 × 61. pp. 40. 3s. 6d. Rev. in N.Q., Apr. 19, 1924, CXLVI, 298.

76. Tract No. XVII. PEARSALL SMITH, LOGAN. Four Words: Romantic, Originality, Creative, Genius. Oxford: Clar. Press, 1924. 9 × 6. pp. 48. 3s. 6d.

gy. Tract No. XVIII. FOWLER, H. W. Subjunctives. ROBERT BRIDGES. Poetry in Schools; Open Court on ‘Alright'; Miscellaneous notes and report. Clarendon Press, 1924. 9 × 51. pp. 26. 2s. 6d.

78. Stand und Aufgaben der Sprachwissenschaft. Festschrift für Wilhelm Streitberg. Heidelberg: Winter, 1924. 8vo. pp. xx, 684. M. 24.50. Includes:—17. Die englische Sprachwissenschaft, by Wilhelm Horn. Rev. by A. Meillet in Litteris, Sept. 1924, 1, 38–44.

79. Streitberg-Festgabe. Herausgegeben von der Direktion der Vereinigten Sprachwissenschaftlichen Institute der Universität zu Leipzig. Leipzig: Markert und Petlers, 1924. 8vo. pp. xv, 441. M. 27.50; Bound, M. 30. Includes:-M. Deutschbein: Das Resultativum im Neuenglischen. M. Förster: Ablaut in Flussnamen. F. Holthausen: Etymologische Forschungen. H. Weihe: Ae. eawis 'offenbar.'



80. BENSE, J. F. The Anglo-Dutch Relations from the earliest times to the death of William the Third. Being an historical Introduction to a Dictionary of the Low-Dutch Element in the English Vocabulary. 's Gravenhage: Martinus Nyhoff. 24 x 16 cm. pp. xv, 206. Diss. Amsterdam.

81. CROCKER, LIONEL. English Speech in the Orient. Quart. Jour. Speech Ed., June 1924, X, 265–9.

82. DEARMER, GEOFFREY. Pure English. Sat. Rev., Apr. 26, 1924, CXXXVII, 428–9.

83. FLASDIECK, HERMANN. Forschungen zur Frühzeit der neuenglischen Schriftsprache. (Bibl. 1922, 243; 1923, 230.) Halle, 1922. Rev. by F. Wild in E. St., 1924, LVIII, 100–14.

84. FREEMAN, J. J. London: Chiswick Press.

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Innere Sprachform. Eine Einführung in A. Martys Sprachphilosophie. (Prager Deutsche Studien, 32.) Reichenberg i.B.: Franz Kraus, 1924. 8vo. pp. xii, 135. 24 Kr.

87. HORN, WILHELM. Beobachtungen über Sprachkörper und Sprachfunktion. In Beiträge zur germanischen Sprachwissenschaft. Festschrift für Otto Behaghel, ed. by W. Horn. Heidelberg: Winter. M. 14. 88. (ed.) Giessener Beiträge zur Erforschung der Sprache und Kultur Englands und Nordamerikas. Band 1, Heft 1. (Bibl. 1923, separately listed.) Giessen, 1923. pp. 140. Rev. by Eilert Ekwall in Anglia Beibl., Aug. 1924, xxxv, 228–32.

89. Sprachkörper und Sprachfunktion. [Anastatic Reprint.] 1923. (Bibl. 1921, 63; 1922 107; 1923, 96.) Rev. by M. M. in M.L.R., Jan. 1924, XIX, 130; by Karl Luick in E. St., 1924, LVIII, 235-45; by Emil Öhmann in Neuphil. Mittheil., 1924, XXV, part 1-2.


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91. HUCHON, RENÉ. Histoire de la Langue Anglaise. Tome 1. Des Origines à la Conquête normande. Paris: Armand Colin, 1923. pp. xii, 327. 20 fr. Rev. by Otto Jespersen in M.L.R., July 1924, XIX, 3, 348-50.

92. JESPERSEN, OTTO. Language, Its Nature, Development, and Origin. (Bibl. 1922, 109; 1923, 98.) Rev. by Arthur G. Kennedy in M. Phil., Feb, 1924, XXI, 328–31; by T. A. K[nott] in Philol. Quart.,

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