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Duff, Rr. Hon. Sir Mountstuart E. G., G.C.S.I., M.A., P.C.,
F.R.S., D.L., formerly Lord Rector of Aberdeen University;
Under-Secretary of State for India (1868-74); Under-Secre-
tary for the Colonies (1880-81); Governor of Madras (1881-
86); formerly President of the Royal Geographical and Royal
Historical Societies; Editor of ''Victorian Anthology."

Grant, Arthur J., M.A., Professor of History and Dean of the
Faculty of Arts, University of Leeds; Author of " The French
Monarchy," etc.

Keary, Charles F., Novelist and Historical Writer, formerly
Member of the Staff of the British Museum.

Rippmann, Walter, Professor of the German Language at
Queen's College, London.

Crockett, Rev. William S., Author of "The Scott Country,"
"Sir Walter Scott," "Robert Burns," "Minstrelsy of the
Merse," "The Border Country," etc.

Henderson, T. F., Author of many Scottish historical works.

Morris, Judge William O'connor, formerly Irish County
Court Judge.

Coleridge, Ernest Hartley, M.A., formerly Secretary to the
late Baron Coleridge, Lord Chief Justice of England; Editor
of "Letters of S. T. Coleridge," "Poetical Works of Lord
Byron," "Life and Letters of Lord Coleridge," etc.

Collingwood, William G., M.A., F.S.A., formerly Secretary to
Ruskin; Author of "Life of Ruskin."

Elton, Oliver, M.A., Professor of English Literature, Univer-
sity College, Liverpool; Author of "Mythical Books of Saxo
Grammaticus," "Historia Danica," etc.

George Berkeley,
John Locke.

William Congreve.

Charlotte Bronte.

George Foi,
Edward Gibbon.

Fraser, Alexander C., D.C.L., LL.D., Litt.D., F.R.S., Edin-
burgh, Emeritus Professor of Logic and Metaphysics, Edin-
burgh University; formerly Editor of the "North British
Review."

Gosse, Edmund, LL.D., Author and Critic, Librarian to the
House of Lords; Author of "Life of Congreve," etc.

Shorter, Clement K., Editor of "The Sphere," London,
founder and formerly Editor of "The Sketch."

Hodgkin, Thomas, D.C.L., Litt.D.. Historian; Author of "Italy and Her Invaders," "Life of Charles the Great," "Life of George Fox," and " Political History of England."

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Latta, Robert, M.A., D.Phil., Professor of Logic and Rhetoric,
University of Glasgow.

Rae, W. Fraser, Author of "Notes on England, from the French
of M. Taine."

Rose, John H., M.A., Litt.D., Historical Writer, University
Extension Lecturer, Editor of the Victorian Era Series, and
Author of "The Development of the European Nations,
1870-1900," etc.

Sorley, William R., M.A., LL.D., Litt.D., Knightbridge Pro-
fessor of Moral Philosophy, Cambridge University; Author
of "Ethics of Naturalism," etc.

Erskine, John, A.M., Ph.D., Adjunct Professor of English,
Columbia University.

Biology.
Embryology,
Sei,
Heredity, ete.

Biological and

Botanical

Articles.

Fisheries.

Foreign
Fisheries.

Mosquitoes.

Seals and Seal
Fishery.

Zoological
Article*.

BIOLOGY, BOTANY, AND NATURE STUDY.

Thomson, John Arthur, M.A., Professor of Natural History,
Aberdeen University; formerly Lecturer on Zoology and
Biology, School of Medicine, Edinburgh.

Ingersoll, Ernest, Naturalist, Editor, and formerly Lecturer
on Zoology, University of Chicago.

Scherren, Henry, F.Z.S., late Editor of the Encyclopaedic Dic-
tionary; Specialist in Zoology and Botany.

Bristol, Charles L., B.S., Ph.D., Professor of Biology, New
York University.

Fulton, T. Wemyss, M.D., F.R.S.E., Scientific Superintendent,
Fishery Board for Scotland.

Howard, Leland O., M.S., Ph.D., Chief of Bureau of Entomol-
ogy, U. S. Department of Agriculture; Curator Department
of Insects, U. S. National Museum.

Jordan, David Starr, M.D., Ph.D., LL.D., President of Leland
Stanford, Jr., University; Member U. S. Seal Commission.

Newbigin, Marion I., D.Sc., Lecturer on Zoology, College of
Medicine for Women, Edinburgh; Editor of the "Scottish
Geographical Magazine."

CHEMISTRY.

CoBLENTZ, Virgil, Ph.D., Phar.M., A.M., F.C.S., Professor of
Chemistry, Department of Pharmacy, Columbia University;
Member of U. S. Pharmacopoeia Revision Committee;
Author of "Volumetric Analysis," "The Newer Remedies,"
etc.

Chemistry

Chemistry of
Cookery.

Alchemy.

Badlum, Radioactivity, etc.

Food, Foods,
Preserved, Meat.

Marshall, Hugh, D.Sc., F.R.S., F.R.S.E., Lecturer on Chemistry, Mineralogy. Crystallography, Edinburgh University.

Cundall, J. Tudor, B.Sc., Consulting Chemist; Science Teacher at Edinburgh Academy.

Langworthy, Charles F., Ph.D., Associate Editor of the "Ex-
periment Station Record," U. S. Department of Agriculture,
and Chief of Nutrition Investigation.

Ferguson, John, LL.D., F.S.A., Professor of Chemistry,
Glasgow University; Author of "Paperson the History of
Chemistry."

Baskerville, Charles, Ph.D., Professor of Chemistry, College
of the City of New York; Author of "Radium and Its Ap-
plication in Medicine."

Wiley, Harvey W., A.M., M.D., formerly Chief Chemist, U. S.
Department of Agriculture.

EDUCATION.

Education,
Universities, etc.

Education,
Educational Sys-
tems, Infant
Education, etc.

Industrial
Education,
Manual Training.

Medical Education,
Medical Practitioner.

American Colleges and Universities.

American
Museums,
Scientific Societies.

National

Education

Association.

Monroe, Paul, Ph.D., Professor of Education, Teachers College, Columbia University.

Adams, John, M.A., B.Sc., F.C.P., Professor of Education, University of London; Lecturer on Education, Glasgow University.

Richards, Charles R., Director of Cooper Institute, New York,
and former Director of Manual Training, Columbia Uni-
versity.

Flexner, Abraham, Author of Carnegie Foundation Report,
"Medical Education in the United States and Canada."

Arrowsmith, Robert, Ph.D., former Professor of Latin,
Teachers College, Columbia University.

Benjamin, Marcus, Ph.D., Editor, U. S. National Museum.

Shepard, Irwin, Secretary of the National Education Association.

Library of
Congress.

Smithsonian
Institution.

Carnegie Institution ofWashlngton.

Putnam, Herbert, A.B., LL.D., Librarian of Congress.

Walcott, Charles D., Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution,
Washington, D. C.

Gilbert, Walter M., Assistant Secretary of the Carnegie In-
stitution.

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Carnegie
Foundation,
Carnegie
Hero Funds.

Foreign Museums.

Oxford.

University
Extension.

Private Schools.

Technical
Education.

Bowman, John G., Secretary Carnegie Foundation.

Bather, Francis A., M.A., D.Sc., F.G.S., Assistant Keeper,
Department of Geology, British Museum.

Wells, Joseph, M.A., Fellow and Tutor, Oxford University;
Author of a "History of Rome."

Miller, Frank J., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Latin and Dean
of Affiliations, University of Chicago.

Sewall, M. W., formerly Principal of the Girls' Classical School,
Indianapolis, Ind.

Burr, William H., C.E., Professor of Civil Engineering, Co-
lumbia University; formerly Member of the Panama Canal
Commission.

ELECTRICITY.

Electricity,
Electrical

Engineering.

Wireless
Telephony.

Wireless
Telegraphy.

Telephone and

.Street Railways.

Telegraphy.

Mono-Kallnays.

Kennelly, Arthur E., D.Sc., F.R.A.S., Professor of Electrical
Engineering, Harvard University.

Sever, George F., formerly Dean of the Faculty of Electrical
Engineering, Columbia University.

Barker, Harry, Associate Editor of "Engineering News," New
York.

Baily, Francis G., Professor of Physics, Heriot-Watt College,
Edinburgh.

Hay, Alfred, D.Sc., Head of Physics and Electrical Engineering
Department, Hackney Technical Institute, London.

Macdonald, Charles, Lecturer in Leith Technical College.

De Forest, Lee, Ph.D., Inventor of De Forest System of Wireless Telegraphy.

Collins, A. Frederick, Author of "Manual of Wireless Teleg-
raphy."

Browne, William Hand, Jr., Technical Editor of "Electrical
Review."

Maver, William, Jr., Electrical Engineer anil Writer on Tele-
graph Practice.

Bostwick, Arthur E., Ph.D., Director of Public Libraries, St.
Louis, Mo.; writer on scientific topics.

ENGINEERING, CONSTRUCTION, MECHANICS, AND
MACHINERY.

Engineering

Articles.

Baker, Moses N., Ph.B., Editor of "Engineering News," New
York.

Burr, William H., C.E., Professor of Civil Engineering, Colum-
bia University; formerly Member of Panama Canal Com-
mission.

Schmitt, Fred. E., Jr., Associate Editor of "Engineering News,"
New York.

Morrison, Charles E., Instructor in Civil Engineering, Colum-
bia University.

Allanson-winn, Rowland G., B.A., M. Inst. of C. E. of Ire-
land, Author of "Foreshore Protection," etc.

Trowbridge, Amasa, formerly Adjunct Professor in Columbia
University.

Gibson, George H., formerly Associate Editor of "Engineering

News."

Wade, Herbert T., Author (with Professor W. Hallock) of "Outlines of the Evolution of Weights and Measures and the Metric System," etc.

Peddie, W. D., Professor of Physics, University College, Dundee;
formerly Assistant Professor of Natural Philosophy, Edin-
burgh University.

Bauer, Louis A., Ph.D., A.M. (Berlin), Director Department of
Terrestrial Magnetism, Carnegie Institution of Washington.

Potter, Rossiter, Associate Editor of "Engineering News,"
New York City.

Gordon, Reginald, Editor of "The Master Mechanics' Asso-
ciation Locomotive Dictionary."

Hitt, Rodney D., Associate Editor "Electric Railway Journal."

Kent, William, A.M., M.E., formerly Dean of College of Applied Science, Syracuse University.

Elaine, R. G., M.E., Lecturer in the Technical College, London.

Fidler, Prof. T. Claxton, M. Inst. of C. E., Professor of Engineering and Drawing, University of St. Andrews, Scotland.

Thermodynamics, Foster, E. D., Lecturer, Municipal School of Science, Brighton.

Valves, etc.

Engines, Boilers, StANFIELD, RlCHARD, A.R.S.M., M. Inst. of C. E., ProfeSSOr of

Engineering at Heriot-Watt College, Edinburgh.

I'lvll Engineering.

Mechanical Engineering.

Applied Science and Engineering.

Bydroklnetlcs,
Hydrostatics.

Magnetism,
Terrestrial.

Motor Cars,
Motor Boats,
Motorcycles.

Locomotives.

allroads.

Steam Engines,
Steam Turbines.

Hydraulic MachineryBridges, etc.

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