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"Kitty Kaw," the fair enchantress who walks triumphantly through these pages, defying her aristocratic aunt, upon whose tender mercies her poverty has cast her, and winning the hearts of all of the male sex who come in contact with her, is a very piquant little heroine. Her story is the old one of constant love and a sudden accession to fortune, but is very nicely told, and has both a humorous and a pathetic side.

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*Wait, W: The law and practice in civil actions and proceedings in justices' courts and on appeals to the county courts in the State of New York, including the principles of law relating to actions or defences; the rules of practice, of pleading, and of evidence; together with practical forms and precedents. V. 2. 5th ed., by Edwin Baylies. Albany, W: Gould & Son, 1883. 70+1012 p. O. shp., $5.50.

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*Wallis, J. C. A prodigious fool: a novel. Cheap ed. Phil., J. B. Lippincott & Co., 1883. D. pap., 40 c. Waters, Rob. How to get on in the world, as demonstrated by the life and language of William Cobbett; [also] Cobbett's English grammar, with notes by Robert Waters. N. Y., James W. Pratt [C: T. Dillingham], 1883. 14 +285+14+272 p. por. D. cl., $1.75.

William Cobbett was the author of a grammar of the Eng. printed in this country. It still holds its own as one of the lish language published in London, 1818, and afterward remost simple and most interesting grammars ever written. It is in the form of letters, and intended for the use of schools and of young persons in general, but more espe cially for the use of soldiers, sailors, apprentices, and plough-boys." Mr. Waters has appended numerous notes to the grammar, written in the plain and easy style of the author. Cobbett was an Englishman who came to this country in 1792, and was somewhat mixed up in our politics. He afterward returned to London, where he led an adventurous life, and wrote a number of books on political and social topics. A bibliographical list of his publications, taken from Edward Smith's Biography," forms a valuable addition to Mr. Water's life of Cobbett presented under the title "How to get on in the world." The biography and grammar together form an unusually interesting volume. *West Virginia. Reports of cases argued and determined in the Supreme Court of Appeals of West Virginia, by Cornelius C. Watts, exofficio reporter. V. 19 [W. Va. rep.], 1882. Wheeling, W. J. Johnston, public printer, 1882. 45+814+42 p. O. shp., $4.50. *Wood, Horatio C., M.D. Treatise on therapeutics, materia medica and toxicology, with especial reference to the application of the physiological action of drugs to clinical medicine. 5th ed., rev. and adapted to the new pharmacopoeia. Phil., J. B. Lippincott & Co., 1883. O. cl., $6; lib. shp., $6.50; hf. rus., $7.


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Continued from page 450, P. W., v. 23, 1883.
PROUDHON (Pierre Joseph). Les Majorats littér-
aires, etc. 2e éd. About 266 p. 12. Paris,
E. Dentu, 1863.

Same. In Euvres complètes de P.-J. Proudhon. V. 16. 12°. Paris, A. Lacroix, Verboeckhoven & ce, 1868. 2 p. 1. p. 1-124.

Same: Die literarischen Majorate. Prü fung des plans zu einem gesetze, welches die schöpfung eines ewigen monopols zum besten der erfinder, schriftsteller und künstler bezweckt. Aus dem franzosischen. 8°. Leipzig, Weber, 1863.

See also Potter (Agathon de). PRUSSIA. Das preussische gesetz gegen nachdruck und nachbildung, zum schutz des eigenthums an den werken der wissenschaft und kunst, gegeben am 11. Juni 1837. 8°. Berlin, Eichler, 1840.

Same Dargestellt in seinem entstehen. und erläutert in seinen einzelnen bestimmungen aus den amtlichen quellen durch Julius E. Hitzig. 8°. Berlin, F. Dümmler, 1838.

Same: Prussian law of copyright of [June II] 1837. [Translated by Francis Lieber.] In "The Law reporter. Edited by P. W. Chandler." v. 2. 8°. Boston, no. 5, Sept. 1839, p. 129-133.

See also Kaiser (Hermann).-Lange (Max). PUBLICATIONS on the subject of literary property. [Anon. reviews of eight works.] In "The Monthly review." v. 51. 8°. London, 1874, Aug. p. 81-94; Sept. p. 202-213; Oct. p. 272281; Nov. p. 357-360. PUBLISHERS' (The) weekly. v. 1-22, Jan. 1872Dec. 1882. 8°. New York, F: Leypoldt, editor and publisher, 1872-82.

v. 1, Jan.-June, 1872.

Int. cop.; A bill for securing to authors, in certain cases, the benefit of int. cop. In the House of Representatives, Dec. 6, 1871, p. 36-40.-Relating to cop.; Report of the Librarian of Congress for 1871, on cop. deposits, p. 42. -Editorial notice of H: C: Carey's "The international copyright question," p. 42.-Int. cop. in Germany; Int. cop. in Russia, p. 42.-Int. cop., letter by G: Tawse, New York, p. 68-69.-The Int. cop. treaty; Meeting of publishers and others in Philadelphia, p. 69-70.-Int. cop., various, p. 71.-Int. cop.; Official minutes and documents of the meeting of publishers, Feb. 6, 1872: a An act to grant cop. to foreign authors; Minority report; c Mr. Appleton's argument for the bill; d Memorial of British authors on cop. in the United States, p. 91-95.-Int. cop., letter signed Justice, New York, Feb. 1, p. 95-96.-The cop. question; Cop. association bill to be presented to the joint committee of Congress, p. 96.-The int. cop. movement in England, p. 96.-Article first of the international treaty proposed by the German "Börsenverein," p. 96.Int. cop., Philadelphia, Feb. 9, [Letter signed W: B. Evans], p. 131.-Cop. developments, various, p. 134.-The international treaty proposed by the German Börsenverein," p. 135-136.-Letter from Boston, Feb. 12, 1872, signed B., p. 138.-Int. cop. treaty, letter from Philadelphia, Feb. 24, 1872, signed J. V. W., p. 182.-Int. cop. treaty, letter from Philadelphia, Feb. 26, signed H. C. S., p. 184.-Letter by Willis P. Hazard, Philadelphia, March 2, 1872, p. 199.-Letter on Mr. Sherman's bill, New York, March 5, 1872, signed H. H., p. 199.-Int. cop. movement; Report of Mr. W. P. Hazard, chairman of the Philadelphia committee, p. 208-209.-Mr. Sherman's bill, p. 209.-Copyright national and international, letter from H: Carey Baird, Philadelphia, March 4, 1872, p. 223.-The int. cop. hearing before the joint committee of Congress, [Communi



cation from "One of the committee'], p. 231-233-A dream about cop. Not by a millionaire publisher, signed L., P. 247.-Letter by Willis P. Hazard, Philadelphia, March 23, 1872, p. 263.-The Elderkin or Sherman bill to secure int. cop.; communication from O. C., p. 295-296.The London Bookseller on int. cop. p. 393.-Letter signed R. T., Philadelphia. April 27, p. 393-The cop. question, letter signed E. C. B., London, April 25, p. 441.

v. 2, July-Dec. 1872.

Canadian cop., P. 91 and 134.-Int. cop.; Cambridge, Eng., Nov. 5, 1872, E. H. Palmer, p. 653.

v. 3, Jan.-June, 1873.

Int. cop. bill in the Senate of the United States; Report of the library committee, p. 191-195.-International copy. right. (From Appletons' Journal, March 1), p. 243.

v. 5, Jan.-June, 1874. Notes on copyright, editorial, p. 30.

v. 6, July-Dec. 1874.
The copyright amendment, editorial, p. 43.

v. 8, July-Dec. 1875.

Editorial notice of Eaton Sylvester Drone's article "Is copyright perpetual?" p. 642.-Cop. in notes, [By Rowland Cox], p. 685-686.

v. 9, Jan.-June, 1876.

Protecting reprints by cop. claim, editorial, p. 229.-Int. cop., letter by James Appleton Morgan, New York, Feb. 21, 1876, p. 254-255.-Cop. notes, (By Rowland Cox), p. 327.-Cop. notes, editorial: Italian cop. case; Case of Frances E. Tilton v. W: F. Gill, p. 476.-Cop. notes: British cop. commission; Letter from A. R. Spofford, p. 529.

v. 10, July-Dec. 1876.

A cop. question. J: H. Tomlinson and U. D. Ward, regarding collection envelopes," p. 472-473. The cop. quoted, p. 474.-Dr. J. G. Holland on cop. p. 537-538.laws; Letter from "Howard" to the Christian Weekly The facts as to cop., letter from "Howard," New York, Sept. 25, 1876, p. 569-570.-Cop. notes; Case of S: Smiles vs. Belford Brothers, p. 700.

v. 11, Jan.-July, 1877.

Dr. [C: E: C. B.] Appleton on int. cop., editorial, p. 190192.-British cop. commission, editorial, p. 323.

v. 12, July-Dec. 1877.

Theories and practice of cop. Notice of Daniel de Folleville's "De la propriété littéraire," from the Nation of Oct. II, 1877, p. 466.-Pending legislation; Cop. and trademarks, editorial, p. 579.-British cop. commission; The Athenæum quoted, p. 784-785.

v. 13, Jan.-June, 1878.

English publishers and American authors, p. 246.-Paris literary congress, p. 405, 442.-The British cop. commission, P. 509.-The international commercial relations of books, p. 526-527.-The British cop. commission report, p. 527.English comments on the American trade, p. 527-529.-Int. cop.; The British commission report, p. 554-555.-The proposed alterations in the British cop. act, p. 558a.-Letter by J: C. Nimmo, Boston, June 7, 1878, p. 631.

v. 14, July-Dec. 1878.

The Paris literary congress, editorial, p. 13.-American publishers and foreign authors; editorial comments upon G. W. Smalley's letter to the New York Tribune, p. 114115.-American publishers and foreign authors; from H: Holt & Co., a letter to the New York Tribune in answer to G. W. Smalley, p. 115.-The literary congress, Paris, from G. W. Smalley's letter to the New York Tribune, July 17, 1878, p. 119.-On perpetual cop. [Edmond About], p. 173.-Moy Thomas on the British cop. commission report, p. 214-215.-Rights in MS., a French decision, p. 237.-Henry Holt & Co.'s exhibit of translations at the Paris exposition, p. 281.-An address on international cop. by James Appleton Morgan; editorial notice with quotation, p. 299.-Stanley's new book [pirated], p. 357-Imported cop. books, editorial on the Stanley book, p. 534.C: Reade and Mrs. Frances Hodgson Burnett, editorial, p. 534.-English playwright vs. American author: C: Reade's letter to Dr. Swan M. Burnett; Mrs. Burnett's letter to C: Copyright, 1882.

Reade, p. 535-536.-The Stanley book, circular from Harper & Brothers, p. 536.-The Stanley book, letter from Robert Clarke & Co., p. 596.-The Canadian invasion; from the New York Sun, Nov. 22, 1878, p. 780-781.-Int. cop, a case in point, Mrs. Brassey's "Cruise of the Sunbeam,' reprinted by Henry Holt & Co., p. 844.

v. 17, Jan.-June, 1880.

v. 15, Jan.-June, 1879.

Cop., home and international, editorial, p. 72-73.-Int. cop. by judicial decision. [By Arthur G: Sedgwick], abridged from the Atlantic Monthly, p. 77-78.—Mr. Farrer on cop., summarized by the Academy, p. 79.-The last attempt at int. cop., letter by J: Denison Baldwin, Worcester, Mass., Jan. 18, 1879, P. 79.-Mr. [W. I.] Prime on domestic cop., letter, New York, Jan. 20, 1879, p. 79-80.The protection of American publishers on foreign books, letter, Boston, Jan. 1, 1879, p. 80.-New light on the cop. question, from the Evening Post, p. 147.-A discussion on int. cop.; G: H. Putnam's paper, p. 151.-Drone on cop.

Cop. in the courts; editorial on the suit regarding Irving's works, and the Scribner-Stoddart case-" Encyclopædia Britannica," p. 23-24.-The "Encyclopædia Britannica" suits, P. 25-27.-The cop. question. Opinions of authors and others; C: Dudley Warner, T: W. Higginson, Mrs. A. D. T. Whitney, J. W. De Forest, (New Haven), M. D. Conway, p. 82-83.-Cop. cases-Cop. in systems of adaptations-The Wingate-Laidley case, p. 212-213.-The losses in literature (from the Boston Daily Advertiser, March 4, 1881), p. 238-239.-The condition of the cop. movement, editorial, p. 287.-Matthew Arnold on int. cop., extracts, p. 296-297.-A new cop. suggestion, [by Eduard Quaas], p. 297-298.-Int. and national" cop. (The New York Times, March 20th, on Matthew Arnold), p. 335.Cop. cases, Lucas vs. Cooke and Hoby vs. The Grosvenor library (limited), p. 335-33€.-Canon Farrar's royalties; a case in point, with editorial remarks, p. 355-356.-Int. cop. between France and America, p. 356.-Cop. cases-The

[By G: Ripley], from the New York Tribune, P. 107-0021 Irving suit-The "Essentials of anatomy and Mr Unpub

lished" librettos, p. Holland Didier on int. cop., editorial, p. 426-427.-English authors and American publishers; letters from Edwin Arnold and F: W: Farrar to I. K. Funk & Co., p. 457.-Cop. notes, p. 457.Property in subscription orders; J. M. Stoddart & Co., vs. Key, Hall; & Scribner, Armstrong & Co., p. 516-517.-Editorial remarks on Wilkie Collins's "Considerations on the copyright question," p. 536.-Wilkie Collins and int. cop., from the Boston Traveller, June 5, 1880, p. 605.-Mr. Stedman on int. cop., letter to the New York Tribune, p. 605.

G: H. paper, p. 193.-International copyright. By G: Haven Putnam, p. 194-196, 236-238, 260261, 283-285, 305-306, 350-352.-American publishers and English authors," editorial notice, p. 196-197.-The_cop. question. Opinions of publishers and authors; I. J. B. Lippincott & Co., Roberts Brothers, G. W. Carleton, Theo. L. De Vinne, p. 197.-Int. cop. in Spain, p. 198.-The cop. question. Opinions of publishers and authors; II. J: Habberton, Lindsay & Blakiston, W: A. Hammond, Sower, Potts & Co., Joseph Cook, J: Wiley, p. 239.-The cop. question. Opinions of publishers and authors; III. H: W. Longfellow, G. W. Green, E: E. Hale, W: D. Howells, W: Wood & Co., p. 262.-A proposed int. cop. basis, editorial, P. 304.-The cop. question. Opinions of publishers and au thors; IV. S. C. Griggs, Van Antwerp, Bragg & Co., Dana Estes, p. 306-307.-Memorandums in regard to int. cop. treaty between Great Britain and the United States: Convention proposed (1870) by Lord Clarendon, with amendments proposed in America. A suggestion from Messrs. Harper & Brothers to the Department of State [1878.]Bill proposed by Mr. W: H. Appleton, 1873.-Extracts from Mr. W. H. Appleton's letter to the London Times, [1871], P. 317-324 -The new outlook on cop., editorial, p. 339.-Notice of E: Marston's "Copyright, national and international," p. 341.-The cop. question. Opinions of publishers and authors: V. Theo. D. Woolsey, D: A Wells, J: Elderkin, J. G. Holland, E. C. Stedman, C: E. Norton, James Parton, Marion Harland," P. 352-353.-Property in subscription orders. The rights of publishers of subscription-books; J. M. Stoddart & Co. vs. Moses Warren, by J. R. Sypher, p. 355-357.-The cop. question. Opinions of publishers and authors; VI. E: P. Roe, S: Iræneus Prime, Miss Warner, E: Eggleston, J. M. Hart, Elizabeth Stuart Phelps, J: T. Headley, p. 396-398.-Foreign editions of cop. books; S: Mullen quoted, p. 398.-The Canadian incursion, editorial, p. 439.-Elderkin-Sherman bill, editorial, P 440.-The cop. question. Opinions of publishers and authors; VII. Donald G. Mitchell, G: P. Marsh, O. J. Victor, p. 468-469.-The "Easy Chair" on cop. (G: W: Curtis in May Harper's), p. 466-470.-The London Times on the Harper plan, p. 470.-The Stanley cop. suits, editorial, p. 490.-The" monopoly" of cop., editorial, p. 508509.-Baird (H: Carey). Copyright national and international: a bill of exceptions, p. 510-511.-Editorial notice of James Appleton Morgan's "Anglo-American international copyright," p. 511.-Int. cop., letter from W: Black, London, April 28, p. 562.-Letter from T: Hill, p. 562.-Present status of the cop. movement, p. 579-580.-Lovell (J: W.) The royalty vs. the monopoly scheme of cop., p. 580-582.Int. cop. letters to Messrs. Harper from G: T. Curtis, B: J. Lossing, J. R. Osgood, Hamilton Fish, E. P. Whipple, C: E. Norton, p. 582-583.-" Untrammelled copyright," from a letter by E: Marston, to the London Times, p. 601. The English attitude on cop., editoral, p. 644.-Int. cop., letter of Harper & Bros. to the London Times, May 30, 1879, p. 645.-A debate on int. cop.; Quotations from S. S. Conant's article, and the rejoinder by "C" Leonard H: Courtney, in Macmillan's magazine for June, 1879, p. 645-646.-London Bookseller on Messrs. Harper & Brothers, p. 695.-Cop. notes, p. 699.-The int. literary congress, editorial, p. 712-713.

v. 16, July-Dec. 1879.


A cop. omnium gatherum; notice of R. A. Macfie's "Copyright and patents for inventions,' P. 12. Cop. notes, p. 176. Int. cop., letters to Messrs. Harper, from H: C. Lea, F: R: Daldy, J. A. Morgan and James Parton, p. 220-221.-British cop. bill, p. 258-259.-The proposed British cop. bill, p. 277-281.-Mrs. [Frances Hodgson] Burnett on int. cop., P: 358.-International copyright and "Macmillan's magazine," (from the Academy), letter by S. S. Conant, New York, June 25, 1879, p. 387-388.-Cop. in titles of books, p. 474-475.-Int. cop. and American periodical literature, p. 562-563.-Editorial comment on the reprint of Irving's works, p. 805.-The "Works" of Washington Irving, letter from G. P. Putnam's Sons, Nov. 26, 1879, p. 807.-Free mailing of cop. copies, p. 807.-The cop. question. Opinions of authors and others, Oliver Wendell Holmes, C: W. Eliot, J: Hay, Justin Winsor and W: F: Poole, p. 881.

v. 18, July-Dec. 1880.

Cop. matters; G: P. Lathrop on Wilkie Collins, p. 12.Cop. matters; Cooper vs. Whittingham, p. 30-31.-Mentioned" once more; Int. cop. in Parliament, editorial, p. 233.-Int. cop., from thel London Publishers' Circular, Aug. 2, 1880, p. 236. A new phase of literary piracy, [Jean Ingelow's Poems], from the New York Evening Post, p. 236.-Cop. in the Bible [by E. S. Drone], from the New York Herald, Aug. 29, 1880, p. 264.-The Chicago pirates, from the London Times, Aug. 13, 1880, p. 265.Roberts Brothers and J: W. Lovell, editorial, p. 302-303. -Int. Cop. Treaty with Great Britain, p. 323.-Int. cop. The Berne conference on international law, p. 382.-Int. cop., from the New York Herald, Oct. 4, 1880; New York Times, Sept. 22, 1880; Philadelphia Telegraph; Philadelphia North American, Oct. 7, 1880, p. 486-489.-The cop. question; important stand taken by the Philadelphia publishers, from the New York Herald, with editorial remarks, p. 518.-Law and morals in cop., from the New York Evening Post, Oct. 1, 1880, p. 518.-Int. cop., action of the Book Trade Association of Philadelphia, compiled from the Ledger and North American, P. 547.-Int. cop., letter from Walter Lippincott, Philadelphia, Oct. 25, 1880, p. 550.-Int. cop. again; "The Harper treaty," from the New York Tribune, Nov. 7, 1880, p. 610-611.-The present status of int. cop.; Harper treaty; List of signers in favor of int. cop., etc., editorial, p. 835-837.-The objections, I.; Editorial and quotations from G: Haven Putnam, Edmund C. Stedman, the New York Herald, Oct. 4, 1880; the New York Tribune, Nov. 7, 1880; the Nation, Dec. 16, 1880, p. 856-858.-Int. cop., its history in the United States, from G: H. Putnam's paper on int. cop., p. 858-859.-C: Reade on the Harper treaty, from the New York Tribune, Dec. 15, 1880, p. 859-861.-Another proposition. Justice to foreign authors, from the New York Herald, Dec. 13, 1880, p. 861.

v. 19, Jan.-June, 1881.

The objections, II.; Editorial, p. 16-17.-Int. cop. treaty or act? from Harper's Weekly, Jan. 1, 1881, p. 17-18:From the Literary World, Dec. 4, 1880, p. 18.-T: Hood on cop.; his petition reprinted, p. 18-19.-Int. cop., letter from Robert Clarke & Co., Jan. 3, 1881, p. 30-31.-Editorial notice of the Int. literary association, p. 160.-Editorial notice of Cop. association of London, p. 185.-Editorial notice of meeting of London publishers, p. 203.-Mr. Chamberlain on int. cop. treaty, p. 232.-Editorial remarks and quotation from London Publishers' Circular on int. cop. movements in England, p. 266-267.-Editorial notice of review in the Athenæum of R: G. White's "American view of the copyright question, ".p. 304.-Editorial remarks on London Bookseller's attitude towards int. cop., p. 304.-Int. cop., quotations from London Publishers Circular, March 1, 1881, Boston Traveller, Feb. 12, 1881, London Daily Telegraph; Bookseller, March 3, 1881, and Dec. 1, 1880; New York Times, March 17, 1881, p. 305-307.-Notice of the abandonment of 3d modification by British board of trade of the cop. treaty, p. 307.-Editorial remarks on R: G. White's views, p. 333.-Int. literary association on cop., and letter from Ouida" [Louise De la Ramé] to the London Times, p. 333-334-Editorial remarks and quotations from the New York Herald for March 28, 1881, and from Moncure Daniel Conway, p. 406-407.-Article by E. M. [E: Marston] in London Publishers' Circular, March 15, 1881, p. 407408.-C: J. Longman, in Fraser's Magazine, p. 408-411.From the Boston Traveller, March 29, and Boston Advertiser, April 5, 1881, p. 411-412.-English and American authors, Harper's Weekly, April 16, 1881, p. 432.-Int. literary association, p. 432.-Treaties and laws, Harper's Weekly,

P. 432.-British cop. law, from the Athenæum, March 19, 1881, p. 433.-America on the offensive; American publish ers-British publishers, editorial, p. 457.-Int. cop., G: W: Curtis in Harper's for May, 1881, p. 457-458.-Copyright at home and abroad. J. G. Holland in Scribner's for May, 1871, p. 458-459.-British cop., from London Publishers' Circular, April 1, 1881, [Bill from Law amendment society], P. 459-461.-Postal matters; infringement of cop., p. 461.Herbert Spencer on the cop. bill, from London Publishers' Circular, April 16, 1881, p. 512-513.-Int. literary associa tion, p. 532.-Contraband editions, from the Athenæum: Order of Postmaster-General to prevent the illegal transmission through the post of pirated copies of the works of American authors, p. 619.-Int. cop., Chinese compared with American sense of justice, from the New York Times, and Trübner's Literary Record, p. 694.

v. 20, July-Dec. 1881.



Int. cop., extract from the Athenæum, London, July 16, 1881, p. 126.-President Garfield and the cop. negotiations, p. 126.-Int. cop., editorial announcement of the bibl. of literary property, p. 147.-Extract, from the Critic, New York, on Mr. Sackville West and the cop. negotiations, p. 147.-Int. cop.; E. C. Stedman in Scribner's Monthly, p. 163.-G. W. Smalley in the New York Tribune, p. 163164.-Int. literary congress at Vienna, p. 164.-Prof. Payne's explanation, p. 164.-Literary property. Index to articles on cop., etc., published in the Publishers' Weekly, v. 1-19, by T. Solberg, p. 205-208.-Editorial note, p. 209.-Int. cop. question in Vienna, Milan and Madrid congresses, editorial, p. 405.-The new cop. treaty with America; Letter by E: Marston, London, Sept. 9, 1881, from the London Times, p. 467-468.-Author's rights [as discussed at the Vienna congress] extract from a letter by E: King, foreign correspondent of the Evening Post, New York, p. 491.Int. cop., a reply to E: Marston's article The new copyright treaty with America," from the Boston Advertiser, Sept. 29, 1881, p. 492.-Int. cop., quotation from article by G. W. Smalley in the New York Tribune, Oct. 14, 1881, relating to Mr. E: Marston's last letter to the Times (London), with editorial comments, p. 519-520.-Letter from E. P. Roe, Cornwall-on-Hudson, Oct. 18, 1881, to the New York Tribune, disowning the authorship of Give me thine heart," which was published as having been written by him, by I. Ross Robertson of Toronto, p. 547.-Int. cop., from the New York Tribune, Oct. 22, 1881, editorial notice of contribution by Simon Newcomb on the English view of the proposed int, cop. treaty, p. 577.-The Int. literary congress, from the London Athenæum, Oct. 8, 1881, p. 608-609.-Int. cop. [By Simon Newcomb, Washington, D. C., Oct. 15, 1881.], p. 609-610.-Int. cop., views of G. P. Putnam's sons, from the New York Tribune, Oct. 31, 1881. in regard to the three months stipulation and favoring a longer or unlimited time, p. 798.-Int. cop. negotiations and Mr. Daldy, p. 801.-Int. cop., S. S. Conant in reply to G. W. Smalley, New York, 25, 1881, from

explaining how the Harper's draft was first submitted to the Secretary of State, etc., and reviewing W. F. Rae's article on cop. in the Nineteenth Century, p. 825-827.-Int. cop.; The international association; The cause in Canada, p. 851-852.-Int. cop. Treaty between France and Belgium, from the London Academy, p. 868.-The rule that did not work both ways; Refusal of the application of S: L. Clemens (Mark Twain) for a Canadian cop.-Two weeks' residence in Montreal not a legal domicile, p. 868.-Int. cop. Mark Twain's cop., from the New York Times, p. 884. Mark Twain explains: To the editor of the Springfield (Mass.) Republican, Hartford, Conn., Dec. 18, 1881, p. 884-885.

V. 21, Jan.-June, 1882.


Int. cop., officers of the Syndicat pour la protection_de la propriété littéraire et artistique à l'étranger," p. 9.-Extract from Mark Twain's speech at Montreal, p. 9-10.-Int. cop. Mr. Marston's reply to Mr. Conant [the three months clause etc.], to the editor of the New York Tribune, London, Dec. 19, 1881, p. 56.-The true cop., i.e. the granting by Congress and Parliament of an authors' cop.-putting every author, native or foreign, on a par with his brother, the inventor, and giving him absolute control of the works of his brain; from the Boston Traveller, Jan. 12, 1882, p. 56-57.-The three months clause, p. 57.-English publishers and the int. cop. negotiations, from the Athenæum, p. 57.-Int. cop., its bearing on medical literature, from the Medical News, Jan. 28, 1882, p. 138.-Injustice to authors, from Appletons' Literary Bulletin: Letter by Hamilton W. Pierson, author of "In the Brush;" Geneva, N. Y., Jan. 16, 1882, complaining of the constant printing of extracts from his book without due acknowledgment, p 139140.-Int. cop., the cop. negotiations. Extract from the Century Magazine, March 1882, p. 193-194.-The question forty years ago; letter from Harriet Martineau to R. Shelton Mackenzie, Tynemouth, Dec. 24, 1843, from the Century Magazine, March 1882, p. 194.-Notes from the London Athenæum: Canadian cop.; Negotiations with England, etc., p. 258.-Announcement of cop. bibliography, p. 275.-Int. cop., telegram from Mr. G. W. Smalley to the New York Tribune, March 12, 1882, giving the Athenæum announcement of the suspension of negotiations, and reply to the contrary from the Department of State, March 13, 1882, p. 275.-Quotation from London Publishers' Circu


lar, March 1, 1882, giving a question in the House of
Commons as to the status of the cop. negotiations, p.
275. The int. cop. negotiations, from Harper's Weekly,
March 25, 1882, p. 302-303.-Mr. G. W. Smalley's telegram
reaffirming the failure of the cop. negotiations, from the
New York Tribune, March 19, 1882; and comment upon
Mr. Smalley's dispatch, from the New York Evening
Post, p. 303.-Editorial announcement of Judge Tourgee's ar
ticle on cop., p. 303.--Int. cop., from The American, March
18, 1882, [an anon. article in favor of "protection"], p. 357-
358. The law of copyright, by Albion W. Tourgee, favor-
ing cop. as perpetual protection to authors, from Our
Continent, March 29, 1882, p. 358-359.-Literary property.
A catalogue of books and articles relating to literary
property, by Thorvald Solberg (A., J. K.-Carey), p. 381-
384.-Jean Ingelow and American reprinters, p. 406.-J: W.
Lovell Co. and Longfellow's Hyperion" and "Outre-
mer," p. 406.-"The truth, the whole truth, and nothing
but the truth," a communication in favor of unrestricted
int. cop. from a publisher and signed Silver Gray, p. 408.-
Int. cop., note from the London Athenæum of April 1,
1882, as to Mr. Daldy and the cop. negotiations, p. 408.-
The J: W. Lovell Company's statement, concerning cop.
upon Longfellow's "Hyperion" and "Outre-mer, New
York, April 13, 1882, p. 429-430.-Reply to "Silver Gray.".
by B." who also favors int. cop., New York, April 19, 1882,
P. 430.-Int. cop., article from the Bookseller, London, April
4, 1882, on cop. in Longfellow's works; with editorial com-
ments, p. 453-454.-Robinson's cop. bill, from the New
York Evening Post, p. 454.-Literary property: catalogue
by T. Solberg (Carlyle-Congrès), p. 473-475.-Int. cop.,
terms of proposed int. cop. treaty, from Appletons' Literary.
Bulletin, p. 475.-E: Eggleston in April Century; Ameri-
can authors and int. cop., p. 475-476.-Young's Concord-
ance, letters from Funk & Wagnalls, and Dodd Mead &
Co., p. 476-477-Literary property: catalogue by T. Sol-
berg (Congrès-Drone), p. 504-506.-English cop. bill, works
of fine art and photographs, from the London Athenæum,
April 22, 1882, p. 508-509.-Cop. matters; The internation-
al literary congress, from the London Academy, April 29.
1882, p. 509.-Literary property: catalogue by T. Solberg
(Drone-Fischer), p. 529-530.-Int. cop., quotation from
Matthew Arnold's Word to America" in the Nineteenth
Century, p. 531.-Literary property: catalogue by T. Sol-
berg (Fisher-Goujon), p. 548-549.-Cop. "All rights re-
served" by Albion W. Tourgee, in Our Continent, May 24,
1882, p. 550-552.-Int. cop., notice of Matthew Arnold on
cop., by G: W: Curtis, from Harper's Weekly, p. 599.-
International literary congress at Rome and cop. negotia-
tions between Great Britain and United States, p. 602.-
Int. cop., musical cop., from the London Literary World
[Mr. Gorst's bill], p. 644.-International literary congress,
P. 644.-Editorial article on some publisher's proposal to
mail cheap reprints of English cop. books to England, p.



v. 22, July-Dec. 1882.

Literary property: catalogue by T. Solberg (GournotGreat Britain), p. 30-32.-Cop., Canadian reprints, editorial; Importation of books copyrighted in America, sec. 4964 of the Revised Statutes, p. 33.-Cop.; Prices of books abroad, from the Pall Mall Gazette, p. 33-34.-The moral of piracy, editorial, p. 230.-The New York Evening Post on the failure of the int. cop. negotiations, p. 230.-Circular from G: W. Carleton & Co., regarding the reprinting of many of their cop. publications by a Canadian publishingWashington, Aug. 11, 1882, upon sec. 4964 Revised Stathouse, p. 230.-Ruling of the Treasury Department, utes, 1egarding the seizing of imported cop. books, with editorial remarks, p. 230-231.-Cop. in the Liverpool congress, extract from the New York Herald's report of the proceedings relative to int. cop., p. 254-255.-Int. cop. ; the cop. negotiations, from the Critic, Sept. 9, 1882, p. 430The author's best friend, from the New York Evening Post, Sept. 1, 1882, p. 430-431.-The new pirate, from the New York Evening Post, Sept. 4, 1882, p. 431-432.-The books of foreign authors, from the New York Sun, Sept. 11, 1882, p. 432.-The Tauchnitz editions, from the Boston Advertiser, P. 432-433--Tariff on books, E. Steiger's papers on behalf of the "Removal of the duty on books"; Proceedings of the Book Trade Association of Philadelphia, P. 517-518.-Tariff on books, statement of Phila. Book Trade Association, p. 546.-The duty on books, from the New York Evening Post, p. 547.-Int. cop.: The int. cop. treaty, from Harper's Weekly, Sept. 16, 1882, P. 547-548.Negotiations for int. cop. between France and Germany, from the Athenæum, London, p. 548.-Musical cop., from the Publishers' Circular, London, p. 548.-Literary property: catalogue by T. Solberg (Griesinger-LeSenne), p. 578-581 and p. 609-611.-Cop.; Clark Russell's statement explained, p. 612.-G. W. Smalley's telegram to the New York Tribune, Oct. 29, 1882, p. 612.-Harper & Brothers' card, from the New York Tribune, Oct. 31, 1882, p. 612.Cop. administration [by W: McCrellis Griswold], from the New York Evening Post, p. 651-652.-Int. cop., the cop. controversy; "Misstatements corrected," from Harper's Weekly, Nov. 25, (a reply to letters from English authors in the London Athenæum), p. 837-838.-Extract from the London letter to the New York Times, p. 838.-Extract from the New York Tribune of Nov. 18, 1882, giving summary of Sampson Low's letter to the Athenæum, of Nov. 4, a ver

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