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It is to be devoted to the study of linguistic usage in the United States and Canada. It will appear monthly and will contain comments on current usage, on phenomena of vocabulary, on shifting pronunciation, on the lore of place names; studies in style, in local dialect, in slang, in the influence of foreign languages, etc. The new periodical is planned to interest both scholars and the general public. The first number (October 1925) has appeared and is extremely readable. Attention may be directed especially to the bibliographical department.

The Secretary requests all members who are in possession of items of interest to the Society to share their knowledge with him in order that they may appear in NOTES AND PERSONALIA.

LIST OF MEMBERS The following additional members have been received since the last published list, making a total of 301 members:

FOUNDATION MEMBER Prof. A. L. Kroeber, Univ. of California, Berkeley, Calif. (Anthropology).

MEMBERS ELECTED IN 1925 Mr. A. Bruderhausen, 1194 Clay Av., New York City. Miss Letta M. Clark, 814 East 16th St., Lincoln, Neb. Prof. George H. Danton, Univ. of Leipzig, Leipzig, Germany (German). Dr. Barnett A. Elzas, 42 West 720 St., New York City. Richard H. Geoghegan, Esq., Fairbanks, Alaska. Dr. Rodolfo Lenz, Casilla 844, Santiago de Chile. Dr. Hugh S. Lowther, San Gabriel, Calif. Prof. August K. Mahr, Stanford University, Calif. Prof. M. B. Ogle, Ohio State Univ., Columbus, Ohio (Classical Langs.) Prof. W. A. Oldfather, Univ. of Illinois, Urbana, Ill. (Classics). Prof. Clarence Paschall, Univ. of California, Berkeley, Calif. Robert Morris Pierce, 8 West 40th St., New York City. Prof. Otto Scheerer, P.O. Box 659, Manila, Philippine Is. (Philippine

and Oriental Langs., Univ. of the Philippines.) Prof. Colley F. Sparkman, Univ. of South Dakota, Vermilion, S. D.

(Spanish) Miss Esther Jean Spencer, P.O. Box 1195, Los Angeles, Calif.

BOOKS RECEIVED

Adattamento e Distinzione nella Fonetica Latina. By GIACOMO DEVOTO. Pp. xii+132. Firenze: Felice le Monnier, (no date).

Anthropos; Ephemeris Internationalis Ethnologica et Linguistica. Vol. XX, Nos 1-4, pp. 1-816. Wien: Anthropos'-Administration, 1925.

Arabic Romanic Transliteration and Arabic Reading. By NAJEEB MITRY SALEEBY. Pp. 78. Bayrut: Sarkis Press, 1920.

Bolletino delle Publicazioni Italiane ricevute per diritto di stampa. Biblioteca Nazionale Centrale di Firenze. Nos. 283-4, 286-8. Firenze: Presso la Biblioteca Nazionale Centrale, 1925.

Bulletin of the AMERICAN COUNCIL OF LEARNED SOCIETIES. Pp. 86. Number 4. Washington: Office of the Executive Secretary, 1925.

Cerdd Dafod, sef Celfyddyd Barddoniaeth Gymraeg. By JOHN MORRIS-JONES. Pp. xxvii+382. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1925.

The Comparison of Inequality; the Semantics and Syntax of the Comparative Particle in English. By GEORGE WILLIAM SMALL. Pp. ix+173. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University, 1924.

Dictionary of Aviation. By ROBERT MORRIS PIERCE. Pp. 18+267. New York: Languages Publishing Company, 1914.

Grammar of Early Welsh. By Jos. BAUDIS. Part I: Phonology. Pp. 178. New York: Oxford University Press, American Branch, 1924. (Philological Society, Philologica, Vol. II, Supplement).

A Greek-English Lexicon, compiled by HENRY GEORGE LIDDELL and ROBERT Scott. A New Edition revised and augmented throughout by HENRY STUART JONES with the assistance of RODERICK MCKENZIE, and with the cooperation of many scholars. Pp. xli+192. Part I: A-'Aroßalvw. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1925.

Les Indiens Canoeiros. By P. RIVET. Pp. 13. Paris: 1924 (Journal de la Société des Americanistes de Paris. N.S. Vol. XVI).

The Language of Education of the Philippine Islands. By NAJEEB MITRY SALEEBY. Pp. 53. Manila: 1924.

La Langue Andakí. By P. RIVET. Pp. 12. Paris: 1924 (Journal de la Société des Americanistes de Paris. N.S. Vol. XVI).

La Langue Tunebo. By P. Rivet. Pp. 74. Paris: 1924 (Journal de la Société des Americanistes de Paris. N.S. Vol. XVI).

Man, a monthly record of Anthropological Science. Published under the direction of the ROYAL ANTHROPOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND. Vol. XXV, Nos. 1-9, pp. 1-95. London: 1925.

Les Mélano-Polynésiens et les Australiens en Amerique. By P. RIVET. Pp. 4. Wien: 'Anthropos’-Administration 1925 (ANTHROPOS: internationale Zeitschrift für Völker- u. Sprachenkunde, Vol. XX) and Paris: Auguste Picard 1924 (ACADEMIE DES INSCRIPTIONS & BELLESLETTRES, Comptes Rendus des séances de l'année 1924).

Die Mittel der sprachlichen Mitteilungen. By REINHOLD SALESKI. Pp. 112. Freiburg i. Br.: Karl Schillinger, 1924.

Modern Philology; a Journal devoted to research in Modern Languages and Literatures. Vol. XXII, Nos. 3, 4, pp. 225-442; Vol. XXIII, No. 1, pp. 1-128. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 1925.

Le Monde Oriental; archives pour l'histoire et l'ethnographie, les langues et littératures, religions et traditions de l'Europe orientale et de l'Asie. Vol. XVII, Nos. 1-3, pp. 1-256. Uppsala: A.-B. Akademiska Bokhandeln; Leipzig: 0. Harrasowitz; Paris: Libraire le Soudier; London: Williams & Norgate, 1923.

Le Museon, revue d'Études Orientales. Vol. XXXVIII, Nos. 1-2, pp. 1-188, with one plate. Paris: Paul Geuthner, 1925.

Namn och Bygd; tidskrift för nordisk ortnamnsforskning. Vol. XII, Nos. 1-4, pp. 1-253. Lund: 1924.

La Oración y sus Partes; Estudios de Gramática General y Castellana. Second Edition. By RODOLFO LENZ. Pp. xx+558. Madrid: 1925.

Philologus: Zeitschrift für das klassische Altertum und sein Nachleben. Vol. LXXXI, No. 1, pp. 1-128. Leipzig: Dieterich'sche Verlagsbuchhandlung, 1925.

Pierce's Library. Chart of the French Alphagam. Chart of the Spanish Alphagam. French-English and English-French Dictionary of Aviation. Pp. 2+13+12. By ROBERT MORRIS PIERCE. New York; Languages Publishing Company, 1917-18.

Pierce's Library. Phonic Texts transcribed from the original nomic text by ROBERT MORRIS PIERCE. The Raven. Pp. 10. La Maison que Pierre a bâtie. Pp. 13. The House that Jack Built. Pp. 13. Old Mother Hubbard. Pp. 13. The Gospel According to Mark. Pp. 18. New York: Languages Publishing Company, 1914-17.

Revista de Filología Española. Vol. XII, Nos. 1-2, pp. 1-228. Madrid: 1925.

Ricerche Religiose. Vol. i, Nos. 1-4, pp. 1-400 Rome: Via Giulio Alberoni 7, 1925.

Sancti Ambrosii Oratio de Obitu Theodosii. Text, Translation, Introduction, and Commentary. By SISTER MARY DOLOROSA MANNIX. Pp. xv+166. Washington: 1925. (Catholic University of Patristic Studies, Vol. IX.)

La Sinalefa entre Versos en la Versificación Española. By A. M. ESPINOSA. Pp. 19. (The Romanic Review, Vol. XVI, No. 2, AprilJune, 1925).

Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections. No. 291, pp. 21 (1877). The Toner Lectures: Dual Character of the Brain. By C. E. BROWNSÉ QUARD. Vol. 56, No. 4, pp. 30 (1910): Upper Yukon Native Customs and Folklore. By FERDINAND SCHMITTER. Vol. 66, No. 14, pp. 15 (1917): Preliminary Survey of the Remains of the Chippewa Settlements on La Pointe Island, Wisconsin. By PHILIP AINSWORTH MEANS. Vol. 68, No. 1, pp. 38 with 14 plates (1917): Archeological Investigations in New Mexico, Colorado, and Utah. By J. WALTER FEWKES. Vol. 69, No. 11, pp. 21 with 1 map (1919): The Races of Russia. By ALEŠ HRDLIČKA. Vol. 74, No. 6, pp. 47 (1923): Designs on Prehistoric Pottery from the Mimbres Valley, New Mexico. By J. WALTER FEWKES. Vol. 76, No. 8, pp. 46 (1924): Additional Designs on Prehistoric Mimbres Pottery. By J. WALTER FEWKES. Vol. 76, No. 13, pp. 26 with 21 plates (1924): Preliminary Archeological Explorations at Weeden Island, Florida. By J. WALTER FEWKES. Washington: The Smithsonian Institution.

The Smithsonian Reports. Feudalism in Persia: its origin, development and present condition. By JACQUES DE MORGAN. Report for 1913, pp. 579-606 (1914). The Early Inhabitants of Western Asia. By Felix v. LUSCHAN. Report for 1914, pp. 553-77, with 12 plates (1915). Ojibway Habitations and other Structures. By DAVID I. BUSHNELL JR. Report for 1917, pp. 609-17 with 6 plates (1919). Sun Worship of the Hopi Indians. By J. WALTER FEWKES. Report for 1918 pp. 493-526, with 11 plates (1920). History in Tools. By W. M. FLINDERS PETRIE. Report for 1918, pp. 563-72 (1920). The Background of Totemism. By E. WASHBURN HOPKINS. Report for 1918, pp. 573-84 (1920). Two Types of Southwestern Cliff Houses. By J. WALTER FEWKES. Report for 1919, pp. 421-6, with 6 plates (1921). On the Race History and Facial Characteristics of the Aboriginal Americans. By W. H. HOLMES. Report for 1919, pp. 427-32 (1921). The Opportunity for American Archeological Research in Palestine.

By JAMES A. MONTGOMERY. Report for 1919, pp. 433-41 (1921). The Origin and Beginnings of the Czechoslovak People. By JINDŘICH MATIEGKA. Report for 1919, pp. 471-86, with 4 plates (1921). Daturas of the Old World and New: an account of their narcotic properties and their use in oracular and initiatory ceremonies. By WILLIAM E. SAFFORD. Report for 1920, pp. 537-67, with 13 plates (1922). Fire Worship of the Hopi Indians. By J. WALTER FEWKES. Report for 1920, pp. 589-610, with 13 plates (1922). Notes on the Dances, Music, and Songs of the Ancient and Modern Mexicans. By AUGUSTE GENIN. Report for 1920, pp. 657-78, with 10 plates (1922). The Science of Man: its needs and its prospects. By KARL PEARSON. Report for 1921, pp. 423-41 (1923). Pigmentation in the Old Americans with Notes on Graying and Loss of Hair. By ALEŠ HRDLIČKA. Report for 1921, pp. 443-84 (1923). Ancestor Worship of the Hopi Indians. By J. WALTER FEWKES. Report for 1921, pp. 485-506, with 7 plates (1923). Leopard-men in the Naga Hills. By J. H. HUTTON. Report for 1921, pp. 529-40 (1923). A New Era in Palestine Exploration. By EliHU GRANT. Report for 1921, pp. 541-7, with 7 plates (1923). Recent Progress and Trends in Vertebrate Paleontology. By W. D. MATTHEW. Report for 1923, pp. 273-89 (1925). The Hovenweep National Monument. By J. WALTER FEWKES. Report for 1923, PP 465-80, with 10 plates (1925). The Origin and Antiquity of the American Indian. By ALEŠ HRDLIČKA. Report for 1923, pp. 481-94, with 17 plates (1925). The Anthropological Work of Prince Albert I of Monaco and the recent progress of Human Paleontology in France (Huxley Memorial Lecture). By MARCELLIN BOULE. Report for 1923, pp. 495-507 (1925). The Ruined Cities of Palestine East and West of the Jordan. By Arthur W. Sutton. Report for 1923, pp. 509-18, with 8 plates (1925). Washington: Government Printing Office.

Das Tschi und Guang; ihre Stellung innerhalb der Ewe-Tschi-Gruppe. Westsudanische Studien I. By DIEDERICH WESTERMANN. Pp. 85. Mitteilungen des Seminars für Orientalische Sprachen zu Berlin. Vol. XXVIII, Sect. iii, Afrikanische Studien. Berlin: 1925.

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