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Episcopal Church.

Missions and



Septuaglnt and

young Women's



Sunday School?.

Hodges, George, A.M., D.D., D.C.L., Dean of the Episcopal
Theological School, Cambridge, Mass.

Johnson, Rev. A. N., Home Secretary of the London Missionary

Kennedy, Rev. J., Librarian of New College, Edinburgh.

Wilson, E., Secretary of the Training Department, Y. W. C. A.,
Chicago, 111.

Schauffler, Rev. A. F., Secretary of the International Sunday
School Lesson Committee.

Biblical subjects. Grieve, Rev. Alexander, M.A., Ph.D., Greyfriars, Glasgow.

Articles on
Sanitation and
Public Health.


Winslow, Charles-edward A., M.S., Associate Professor of
Biology, College of the City of New York; and Curator
of Public Health, American Museum of Natural History,
New York.

Track and Field



Anderson, William G., M.Sc., M.D., Director of the Department of Physical Education, Yale University.

Camp, Walter, A.B., A.M., Author of "American Football." sporting Articles. Sawyer, C. P., Sporting Editor of the New York " Evening Post."

Hutchinson, Horatio G., ex-Golf Amateur Champion; Author
of "Hints on Golf," "The Book of Golf and Golfers,"
"Cricketing Saws and Stories," "Golf," in Badminton
Library, etc.

Barr, James ('' Angus Evan Abbot '), English Journalist, Author
of "The Great Frozen North."


Docs, Cricket.
SnlMiiiilnK. Deer
stalking. Game
Shooting, etc.


Compton, Herbert E., Novelist, Biographer and Essayist;
Author of "A Master Mariner," "A King's Hussar," "The
Twentieth Century Dog," etc.

Cook, Theodore A., M.A., F.S.A., formerly Editor of the ''St.
James' Gazette," Associate Editor of the " Daily Telegraph,"
and Author of a "History of the English Turf."

Polo Riding, Bull



ELKINGTON, E. WAY, F.R.G.S., Author and Essayist; Author of
“The Lucky Shot,” “The Rugged Way,” “The South Seas,”


MAxwell, RT. HoN. SIR HERBERT E., BART., P.C., F.R.S.,
LL.D., formerly Rhind Lecturer on Archaeology, Edinburgh;
Author of “British Fresh-Water Fishes,” “Salmon and Sea
Trout,” “The Story of the Tweed,” etc.

HoPKINS, TIGHE, Novelist and Essayist; Author of “Nugents of
Carriconna,” “An Idler in Old France,” “Dungeons of Old
Paris,” etc.


Calico Printing.

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APPLEYARD, J. R., Lecturer, Royal Technical Institute, Salford,

CHAMBERLAIN, J. S., Expert in Chemistry of Milling, U. S. Department of Agriculture.

BARKER, A. F., Lecturer in the Municipal Technical College, Bradford, England, and Author of several works on textile subjects.

BROOKFIELD, H. M., President of the Brookfield Glass Company.
BRowN, E. C., Editor of the “Progressive Age.”

HIORNs, A. H., Professor of Metallurgy, Municipal Technical School, Birmingham; Author of “Iron and Steel Manufacture,” “Practical Metallurgy and Assaying,” etc.

STRUTHERs, Joseph, Ph.D., Assistant Secretary and Editor of
“American Institute of Mining Engineers”; Lecturer in the
School of Mines, Columbia University.

HoRNE, WILLIAM, Ph.D., Chemist of the National Sugar Refining

HoRSBURGH, ELLICE M., M.A., B.Sc., Associate Professor of
Mathematics, Edinburgh University.

VULTE, H. T., Ph.D., Lecturer in Chemistry, Teachers College,
Columbia University.

LITTLE, Joseph J., formerly President of the Board of Education,
City of New York.

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Celluloid Matches,
Fire Extinguishers.

pot ote. Whiskey


United States and
U. S. Topography,
Philippine Islands.

Commerce and

Fauna and
Flora under U. S.

Revision of U. S.

San Francisco and
San Francisco

Geology of U. S.


Statistics in
U. S. Article.

New York City.


New Orleans.

St. Louis.

State Articles.

U. S. Bureau of

MENZIES, ALAN, M.A., B.Sc., F.R.S.E., F.C.S., Professor of
Chemistry, St. Mungo's College, Glasgow, Scotland.

RIES, HEINRICH, Ph.D., Professor of Economic Geology, Cornell

ToLMAN, L. M., U. S. Bureau of Internal Revenue.

WHEELwRIGHT, H. M., of the Wheelwright Paper Co., Boston,

GANNETT, HENRY, B.S., M.E., LL.D., Geographer and Statis-

tician of the U. S. Geological Survey, Geographer of the U.S. Census, Chairman of the U. S. Board on Geographic Names.

AUSTIN, OSCAR P., Chief of Bureau of Statistics, U. S. Treasury

GANNETT, M. C., U. S. Forest Service.
HEILPRIN, Louis, Editor of Lippincott’s “Gazetteer.”

HYDE, A. E., formerly Secretary of the San Francisco Relief

MERRILL, GEORGE P., Ph.D., U. S. National Museum.

NEWLAND, D. H., Assistant State Geologist, New York State

BERKEY, C. P., Ph.D., Instructor in Geology, Columbia University.

HUBERT, P. G., JR., formerly of the Editorial Staff of the New
York “Evening Post.”

STIRLING, EDMUND, Editorial Staff, Philadelphia “Public Ledger.”

WALKER, NorMAN, Editorial Staff, New Orleans “Times-Democrat.”

BYARs, WILLIAM WINCENT, Journalist and Author, St. Louis.

HANKINs, F. H., Clark University, Worcester, Mass.

Holm Es, Joseph A., Chief of the Bureau of Mines.


ac., acres. ; : agricultural. Ala., Alabama. alt., altitude. Alta., Alberta. Amer., America or American. anc., ancient. ann., annual. Ar., Arabic. Aram, Aramaic. Ariz., Arizona. Ark., Arkansas. arr., arrondissement. A. S., Anglo-Saxon. A. W., Authorized Version, aver., average. b.p., boiling point. bor., borough. Brit., Britain or British. B.C., British Columbia. bur., burgh. c. (circa), about. C., centigrade. Cal., California. cap., capital. cf., compare. co., county. Colo., Colorado. Com., Commission. comm., commune. Conn., Connecticut. cub.ft., cubic feet. Dan., Danish. D.C., District of Columbia. Del., Delaware. dep, department. dist., district. div., division. Du., Dutch. E., east. eccles., ecclesiastical. ed., edition; edited. e.g., for example. Eng., England or English. episc., episcopal. et. seq., and the following. F., Fahrenheit. Fla., Florida. fort, tho, fortuned town. Fr., French. ft., feet. Ga., Georgia. Ger., German. §o: government. ., Greek.

Heb., Hebrew. I., isi, island. Ia, Iowa. ibid., the same. i.e., that is. Ill., Illinois. ; inches. nd. T., Indian Territory. Ind.,idiana. tory Ire., Ireland or Irish. Ital., Italian. Kan., Kansas. Ky., Kentucky. l, lake. La., Louisiana. Lat., Latin. lat., latitude. 1. bk, left bank. lit., literally. long., longitude. m., miles. Man, Manitoba. Mass., Massachusetts. Md., Maryland. Me., Maine. M.E., Methodist Episcopal. Meth., Methodist. Mich., Michigan. Minn., Minnesota. Miss., Mississippi. Mo., Missouri. Mont., Montana. m. p., melting point. mrkt, tho, market-town. Mt., mts., mount, mountain, -s. munic., municipal. N., north. Neb., Nebraska. N.B., New Brunswick. N.C., North Carolina. N. Dak, North Dakota. Nev., Nevada. N. H., New Hampshire. N.J., New Jersey. N. ifex, New Mexico. N. S., Nova Scotia. N. T., New Testament. N. w. T., Northwest Territories. N.Y., New York. 0., Ohio. Okla., Oklahoma. Ont., Ontario. Ore., Oregon. 0.T., Old Testament. par., parish.

l., parliamentary.

a., Pennsylvania.
P. E., Protestant Episcopal.
P. E.I., Prince Edward Island.
Per., Persian.
P.I., Philippine Islands.

p., population.

ort., Portuguese. P. R., Puerto Rico. Presb., Presbyterian. prom., promontory. prov., province.

ueb., pueblo.

ue., Quebec. # v., which see.

.., riv., river. r. bk., right bank. #. #. Roman Catholic.

. R., or ry., railroad or railwa ##"...o. ye R. W., Revised Version. R. R.jn, railroad junction. S., south. Sans., Sanskrit. Sask, Saskatchewan. S.C., South Carolina. Scot., Scotland or Scottish. S. Dak, South Dakota. seapt., seaport. Sp., Spanish. sp. gr., specific gravity. sq.m., square miles. stn., station. s.v., under the word. Syr., Syriac. temp., temperature. Tenn., Tennessee. terr., territory. Tex., Texas. tn., town. trans, translated. trib., tributary. U.S., United States of America. Va., Virginia. vil., village. vol., volume. Vt., Vermont. W., west. Wash., Washington. Wat.- i., watering-place. W. Wa., West Virginia. Wis., Wisconsin. Wyo., Wyoming. yds., yards.

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