Machar; and the Bay of Quinte Settlements, by C. The Macmillan Company have added to their series of True Stories of Great Americans the following volumes: William Penn, by R. Schopoff, Les Stats Balkaniques et le Principe Confederatif Revue Hebdomadaire, Au- gust 21. Another accession of some interest is a collection of letters of members of the Continental Congress, officers of the Revolution and of the War of 1812, etc. It is German governmental stupidity. Claridge, senior medical officer of the West African Medical Staff, is the author of a work in two volumes entitled A History of the Gold Coast and Ashanti, from the Earliest Times to the Beginning of the Twentieth Century John Murray.
German civilization was wel- come almost everywhere. But the edges of the picture are all as yet that we can see. General Miles says this will probably be the last great war. German sovereignty was welcome almost nowhere outside of Germany. Is that a mere misfortune, or do the Army and the ideal belong together? White and the begin- nings of the Whig party in Tennessee.
McGrath of the present staff of that survey, Mr. Sherrill, American Country Life in Old French Memoirs Yale Review, October ; C. Simon, of the office of the Supervising Architect, are to be thrown on the screen. If there is to be no security in fortifications, folks who hope to live in the enjoyment of liberty and die in their beds must contrive new means of protection. But about Germans there has never been a misgiving. A huge effort to help may be required of us which will lift us out of the trough of selfish- ness as war is lifting the nations of Europe, and will compel such a use of all our resources and such a co-operation of all our abilities as shall really teach us what we are and can do if we have to try. But what happens to mad dogs? Ger- many is a very important spoke in the wheel of civilization.
Taylor of the Kansas State Agricultural Col- lege has brought out, primarily for use in that institution, Outlines of American Industrial History pp. The ministry of the colonies has published a Bibliografia della Libia compiled by U. In so far as she rules colonies now, she does it chiefly by persuasion. The Alta California Supply Ships, 1773-1776, is an in- vestigation by Dr. School is keeping in Europe for all mankind while these ter- rific possibilities impend. It is all a dreadful cautery of life to get the madness out of it.
In the British Isles are the chief relics and reminders of our history up to three hundred years ago. Behind the Scenes at the Front London, Chatto and Windus, 1915, pp. The present leaders and direct- ors of German thought and action are the most important foes of democracy in the world. The glorious early days of the uni- versity are depicted as well as the recent misfortune which has over- whelmed it. City dwellers have had more room ever since, and trade has been freer. Netherlands and Belgium 40 1 The vexed questions of the economic relations within the Dual Mon- archy have received exhaustive treatment in Zolltrennung und Zollein- heit: die Geschichte der Oesterreichisch-Ungarischen Zwischen-Z oll- Llnie Vienna, Manz, 1915, pp.
Leach on Some Results of Research in the History of Education in England with suggestions for its Continuance and Extension, learned and pungently expressed. We encourage people to read and share the Early Journal Content openly and to tell others that this resource exists. Hugh Williamson of North Carolina and pub- lished in the American Museum in the summer of 1787. To be sure, too, we are so pacific and so little ambitious to take anything from anybody, and so isolated that we can safely go much lighter armed and less pro- tected than any other great country. Hall says, has taken a deeper hold of the German mind than any other ever has since Hegel. Green's Journal of a Tour on the Northwest Coast of America in the Year 1820 New York, C. DeWitt's paper on General James Winchester, with selected letters from the Winchester Papers, is concluded.
That is dreadful sounding talk, but, of course, it is a hard job to get the poison of a rotten philosophy out of the heads of a strong, obstinate, and very numerous people. An addition to Heartman's Historical Series is Jonathan S. Local and Nebraska History in Nebraska Public Schools Nebraska History and Political Science series, Bulletin no. It is a good deal so with our minor diffi- culties. They have also the merit of exhibiting Berlin, London, and Paris politics from the point of view of disinterested, and sometimes sagacious, observers.
Neither side is ready for them. Noteworthy articles in periodicals: K. That may follow, of course, if this enor- mous battle between Paris and Verdun goes decisively against the the invaders and the Russian suc- cesses continue. Page of the State Normal School at De- Kalb, Illinois, gives an account of the museum of history attached to that institution; Professor James A. Moulin has republished numerous articles in La Guerre et les Neutres Paris, Plon, 191 5, pp.
Michael Grupa on the Jesuit Peter Skarga and the Polish Counter-Reformation, 1 536-1612. Sorbelli, La Battaglia del Bosforo, Febbraio 1352 Nuova Antologia, August 1 ; P. That meant France, too, and then, to Germany's horror, England joined them, leaving German diplomacy flat on its back and the war squad in control of everything. Hereabouts, frankly enough, we hope they can't, and our opinions follow our hopes. Beard has brought out a second volume of his work An Economic Interpretation of American History. An Encyclopedia of Virginia Biography in five volumes, edited by President Lyon Gardiner Tyler, is an output of the Lewis Publishing Company.