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Local Government in Counties, Towns

and Villages, 68.
Making of the Criminal, 67.
Maypole Possibilities, 565.
Modern Social Conditions, 50.
Mountain People of Kentucky, 422.
New Basis il Civilization, 97, 135.
Newer Ideais of Peace, 56, 136.
Next Street But One, 50.
On the Trail of the Immigrant, 49.
Orthodox Socialism, 53.
Penological Novel—The Turn of the Bal-

ance, 348.
Physical Basis of Mind and Matter, 52.
Political Problems of American Develop-

ment, 705.
Polish Jew, 48.
Prisoner at the Bar, 65.
Railroad Accidents, Their Cause and Pre-

vention, 627.
Social Philosophy, 52.
Social Theory and Philosophy, 51.
Some Social and Civic Problems, 62.
Spirit of Labor, 61.
Spirit of the American Government, 611.
Stories of Sonoratown, 49.
Story of Life Insurance, 440.
Studies in Social Conditions, 48.
Studies in Socialism, 53.
Three Acres and Liberty, 64.
Town and City, 63.
True and False Democracy, 611.
Turn of the Balance, 348.

Wilshire Editorials, 55.
Booker T. Washington on Frederick Doug-

lass, 348.
Books of Reference, 67.
Booth, Maud Ballington, 603, 622, 761.
Booth, Eva, 117.
Booth-Tucker, Frederick St. George Latour,

118, 120.
Booth, William, 117, 118, 119, 120, 121, 122.
Bosanquet, Helen, 5.
Boston's Industrial Exhibit, 143.
Boston Lodging Houses, 50.
Boston's Opportunity, 217.
Bowen, Mrs. Joseph T., 465.
Boyle, Edward, 323.
Brace, C. Loring, 247.
Brackett, Jeffrey R., 641.
Brandeis, Louis D., 291.
Brandt, Lilian, 66, 160, 248.
Braucher, H. S., 310.
Brannan, John W., 223.
Breckenridge, L. P., 573.
Brennan, P. J., 175.
Bressler, David M., 278.
Brewer, David J., 114, 175.
Briefs on Public Questions, 69.
Brinkerhoff, Roeliff, 604.
British and American Municipalities, 451.
Brockway, Z. R., 604.
Brown, Demarchus C., 608.
Brown, Elmer Ellsworth, 155, 309, 500.
Brown, William Adams, 9, 34.
Buffalo Association for the Relief of the

Blind, 324.
Bulkley, William L., 199.
Burden of Feeble-Mindedness, 392.
Burlingham, Charles C., 130.
Burnett, Frances Hodgson, 29.

Busse, Fred A., 621.
Butler, Amos w., 177, 343, 359, 382, 383,

392, 763.
Butler, Edmond J., 9, 94, 223.
Butler, Elizabeth B., 5, 612.
Butler, Nicholas Murray, 186, 611.
Byall, J. Bruce, 458.
Byers, Joseph P., 763.
Cabot, Richard C., 467.
Cadbury, Edward, 613.
Canadian Child Labor, 359.
Canfield, George F., 223, 311.
Canney, Maurice A., 610.
Capen, Edward Warren, 349.
Caring for “Ex-patients" at Stony Wold, 341.
Carnegie, Andrew, 55, 71, 293.
Carstens, C. C., 117.
Cause and Extent of the Recent Industrial

Progress of Germany, 441.
Chapin, R. C., 59.
Charity Legislation in New York State, 418.
Charity Organization Society, 136, 137.
Charity Stamps in Austria, 153.
Cheney, Lloyd L., 318.
Chetwood, Charles H., 223.
Chicago and Detroit Wage War on Smoke,

573.
Chicago's Chief Sanitary Inspector, 226.
Chicago's Ghetto Problem, 115.
Chicago Industrial Exhibit, 39.
Chicago's Juvenile Protective League, 300.
Chicago Parks and Playgrounds, 241.
Chicago's Plan of Campaign Against Tuber-

culosis, 466.
Chicago's Recreation Centers, 242.
Child and the Mill, The, 633.
Child Labor.

Canadian Child Labor, 359.
Census Bulletins Nos. 68 and 69, 60.
Child Labor and the Nations, 579.
Child Labor in Ontario, 116.
Child Labor Crisis in Pennsylvania, 138.
Child and the Mill, The, 633.
Delaney: A State Disgrace, 242.
Florida and Child Labor, 416.
How Much Longer, Oh Pennsylvanians,

243.
New York Child Labor Bills Pass, 178.
New York Child Labor Legislation, 434.
Social Legislation in the South, 75.

Two Cents Worth of Information, 175.
Child Labor: Census Bulletins Nos. 68 and

69, 60.
Child Labor and The Nations, 579.
Child Labor Crisis in Pennsylvania, 138.
Child Labor in Ontario, 116.
Children.

Conference on Physical Welfare of

School Children, 201.
For the Children of Indiana, 359.
Free Eye Glasses for School Children,

130.
International Congress on School Hy-

giene, 429, 639.
Kindergarten in a Hospital, 115.
Mothers and Children's Building at

Jamestown, 139,
National Children's Home Society, 246.
The Children's Theatre, 23.
Treatment of Children, 231.

+

Conference on Backward, Truant and Delin-

quent Children, 93.
Conference on Physical Welfare of School

Children, 201.
Congress of the American Prison Association,

Truancy and Its Treatment, 690.

Westchester Children's Society, 416.
Children's Theatre, The, 23.
Chinese Edict Against Opium, 294.
Chisholm, B. Ogden, 590.
Choate, Joseph H., 293.
Church and the Changing Order, The, 610.
Church Industrial Committee, 415.
“Cincinnati Method" of Treating Consump-

tion, The, 417.
Cincinnati Park Plan, 216.
Civic Improvement, 106, 216, 319, 426, 598.
Claghorn, Kate Holladay, 49, 440.
Clark, Roger P., 466.
Clark, Royal Phelps, 763.
Class Struggles in America, 54.
Clark, Robert, Company, 422.
Clark, Walter, 309.
Clark, William, 381.
Clay, Cecil, 763.
Clean Milk in New Bedford, 619.
Cleghorn, John, 622.
Cleveland, Frederick A., 200.
Cleveland Milk Exhibit, 180.
Club Women of Texas, 217.
Coates, Thomas F. G., 117, 121, 763.
Coffeen, Elmer L., 219.
Coit, Stanton, 708, 710.
Commander, Lydia Kingswell, 52.
Commission on Public Ownership, The, 429.
Communications.

Aims of the American Civic Association,

631.
Associated Charities with Public Sup-

The, 754.
Congress on School Hygiene, 429.
Conover, Allan D., 763.
Consumptive Convalescents and The Land,

230.
Cook, Flora, 309.
Cook, George W., 175.
Cooley, R., 5, 609.
Cooper, Peter, 70.
Country Schools, 64.
County vs. City Interests in State Legisla-

tures, 142.
Court of Rehabilitation, The, 739.
Craftsman and The Carnegie Technical

School, 71.
Craig, G. M., 610.
Crandall, Floyd M., 223.
Credit for Mayor Fitzgerald, 632.
Criminal Mendicant, The, 739.
Crosby, Ernest Howard, 454, 455.
Crowell, F. Elisabeth, 224.
Curtis, Frances G., 323.
Curtis, Henry S.. 339, 465, 495, 546.
Cushing, Oscar K., 249, 323.
Cutting, Robert Fulton, 200.

port, 458.
Child Labor in Rhode Island, 236.
Death Penalty, The, 193.
Efficient Democracy, 457.
Improvement and High Rents, 194.
In Defense of Patent Medicines, 85.
Indiana's Desertion and Non-Support

Laws, 457.
Insane of Illinois, The, 132.
New York City Homes, 133.
Protecting Society, 193.
Russell Sage Foundation, The, 85.
Sex Instruction in the Schools, 194.

Studies in Town Life, 236.
Conferences.

Conference on Backward, Truant and

Delinquent Children, 93.
Conference on Physical Welfare of

School Children, 201.
Congress on School Hygiene, 429, 639.
Eighth International Housing Congress,

The, 666.
Final Plans for National Conference, 246.
Hampton Negro Conference, 605.
Maryland Conference of Charities, 176.
· Minneapolis and the National Confer-

ence, 4, 382, 604.
National Peace Congress, 94.
National Playground Convention, 308.
New Officers of the National Conference,

323.
Proceedings of the National Conference

of Charities and Correction at Phila-

delphia, 67.
South Dakota's First Conference of Char-

ities, 74.

Danger of Endowments. The, 355.
Dangers of Municipal Ownership, The, 63.
Darlington, Thomas B., 111, 223.
Davies, Edgar T., 45.
Davis, George A., 311, 312.
Dawson, William Harbutt, 61.
Death of Dr. Wise, 735.
Death Penalty, The, 193.
Decker, Martin C., 358.
de Forest, Robert W., 197, 340, 712.
De Groot, E. B., 476, 478.
De Lacy, William H., 721.
Delaney: A State Disgrace, 242.
Delavan, Bryson D., 340.
Deneen, Charles S., 44, 45, 310, 603, 621.
Denson, Daisy, 345.
Department Public Charities, New York, 446.
Devine, Edward T., 1, 87, 135, 641, 737.
Digest of City Charters, 69.
Dinwiddie, Courtenay, 179.
Dix, Dorothea, 70.
Dixon, Samuel G., 574.
Dock, George, 226.
Dock, L. L., 642.
Dodge, Cleveland H., 197.
Dombrowski, Joseph, 10, 20.
Downey, William F., 175.
Dr. Blaustein's Resignation, 605.
Draper, Andrew, 466.
Driscoll, Clement, 73.
Dutcher, A. C., 622, 759.

Educational Pamphlets, 66.
Edward VII, King of England, 429, 640.
Efficient Democracy, 136, 457.
Efficient Life, The, 64.
Eighth International Housing Congress, The,

666.
Elgin, William E., 763.
Eliot, Charles W., 293.

Garvin, Albert, 763.
German Workman: A Study in National Eff-

ciency, The, 61.
Gerry, Elbridge T., 311.
Ghetto in the Suburbs, 734.
Gichner, Rose, 220.
Gift to Wa gton Associated Charities

Fund, 114.
Gilder, Richard Watson, 200.
Gilman, Daniel C., 197.
Gilman, Mrs., 55.
Gilman, Robins, 416.
Gilmour, J. T., 622, 759, 763.
Girard, Stephen, 70.
Girls' Friendly Society and Social Service,

180.
Glenn, John M., 176, 197, 198.
Glenn, Mary Willcox, 52, 198, 293, 323.
Golden Rule Jones, 454.
Goldstein, Sidney E., 160, 205.
Goler, George W., 737.
Goodnow, Frank J., 452, 453.
Gould, Helen M., 197.
Gore, William H., 85.
Graves, W. C., 763.
Greater America, The, 423.
Greeley, Frederick, 465.
Green, David I., 232.
Gregory, M. S., 414.
Grice, Mrs. Edwin C., 139.
Grose, Howard B., 49.
Groszmann, Maximilian P. E., 112.
Grout, Edward M., 223,
Gulick, Luther H., 64, 202, 308, 339, 465,

481.
Guthrie, W. B., 454, 705.

Habitual Criminals and Capital Punishment,

733.
Haddox, C. E., 762, 763.
Hadley, Arthur Twining, 135, 187.
Haggard, Rider, 118.
Hague, Mrs. Arnold, 175.
Haight, Elizabeth, 219.
Hale, Edward Everett, 275.
Hall, Bolton, 230.
Hall, George A., 434.
Hall, G. Stanley, 293.
Hampton Negro Conference, 605.
Haney, William H., 422.
Hanly, Frank, 603, 622, 754, 758, 759.
Hapgood, Hutchins, 61.
Harkness, Mrs. Edward S., 328.
Harnack, Adolph, 610.
Hart, Hastings H., 247.
Hart, W. H., 763.
Hartman, Edward T., 142, 143, 253.
Hatton, Augustus Raymond, 69.
Hawes, John B., 222.
Hawthorne Club Prize, A., 621.
Health, Morality and the Playground, 500.
Healy, Timothy, 225.
Hebberd, Robert W., 86, 223, 385, 446, 574,

575.
Hedrick, Perry L., 226.
Henderson, Charles R., 40, 92, 187, 247, 603,

622, 708, 709, 737, 754, 755, 763.
Hendrick, Burton J., 440.
Heniger, Jacob, 30.
Henrotin, Ellen M., 46, 431.

Elliott, John Lovejoy, 225.
Ellwood, Charles A., 187.
Ely, Richard T., 186.
Erdmann, Martin, 223.
Esler, James M., 323.
Essays on the Social Gospel, 610.
Essex County Park System, The, 645.
Estabrook, Harold K., 343.
Eustis, John E., 358.
Evans, Britton D., 177.
Evolution of a Kentucky Negro Mission, The,

726.
Executive of the New Foundation, 197.
Extension of the Groszmann School, The, 111.

Factory Legislation in Pennsylvania, 58.
Fairbanks, William G., 93.
Fairlie John A., 68.
Fallows, Rt. Rev. Samuel, 622, 761, 763.
Family, The, 51.
Farnam, Henry W., 191.
Farrand, Livingston, 244.
Favill, Henry Baird, 309, 501.
Federated Jewish Charities of Baltimore, 126.
Federated Support of Charities, Is It Prac-

ticable? 227.
Fernandis, Sarah Collins, 703.
Fetter, Frank A., 187.
Fiedler, L., 449.
Field Houses of Chicago, 519.
Field Houses of Chicago and Their Possibil-

ities, 535.
Fighting With His Eyes Shut, 346.
Final Plans for National Conference, 246.
First American Anarchist, The, 69.
First Country Park System, The, 66.
First Hand Sociological Studies, 326.
First Juvenile Court Building, The, 587.
First Work in Hand (Bureau of Municipal

Research), 201.
Fish, Aloys M., 157, 405, 670.
Fisher, Irving, 293, 294.
Fisher, Walter L., 452, 453, 454.
Fitch, M. H., 52.
Flexner, Simon, 340.
Flick, Lawrence F., 140, 177.
Florida and Child Labor, 416.
Folk Game and Festival, The, 556.
Folk, Joseph W., 757.
Folks, Homer, 214, 247, 311, 312, 313, 418,

466, 622, 754, 757, 763.
For a Federal Health Bureau, 293.
For an Institute of Pathology, 340.
Forbes, James, 747, 748, 749.
Foreman, Henry G., 479.
Fornes, Charles W., 223.
For State Board of Charities in Maine, 310.
For the Children of Indiana, 359.
Forward Movement in Maryland, The, 175.
Forward Step in the Labor Movement, 623.
Foster, J. Frank, 309.
Four Aspects of Civic Duty, 62.
Frankel, Lee K., 130, 160.
Frederick Douglass, 348.
Free Eye-Glasses for School Children, 130.
Fry, Emma Sheridan, 30.
Future in America, The, 48.

Garden Cities in America, 114.
Garrison, William Lloyd, 378, 381.

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Henry, Alice, 623.
Herman, Augustine, 11.
Hermann, Wilhelm, 610.
Heroes of Progress in America, 70.
Herts, A. Minnie, 30.
Hervey, Walter L., 225.
Hieroglyphics of Love, 49.
Higgins, Alice, 343.
Higgins, Frank, 313.
Hill, Archibald A., 348, 627, 645.
Hill, Mary A., 422, 423.
Hill, Patty S., 565.
Hilles, Charles D., 692.
Hinman, Mary Wood, 475.
Histoire de la Charité, 69.
Historic Development of the Poor Law of

Connecticut, The, 349.
History of Socialism, A, 54.
Hoboken's Girl Messenger, 5.
Hodges, George, 65.
Hofer, Amalie, 478.
Hofer, Mari Ruef, 308, 471, 475, 556.
Hollander, Jacob H., 126, 177, 188, 323.
Holt, Henry and Company, 423.
Holt, Winifred, 346.
Horse Cars' Last Stand in New York, The,

124.
Houghton, Mifflin & Company, 441.
Hours for Women Workers, 92.
Housing.

Attacks on New York's Tenement House

Law, 8.
Boston Lodging Houses, 50.
Housing Problem in Wisconsin, 251.
International Housing Congress, 447,

605.
New Tenement House Law for Boston,

93.
Next Step in Chicago's Housing Prob-

lem, 413.
One Thing the Sage Foundation Can Do,

77.
Tenement House Law Amendment, 94.

Washington Housing Commission, 175.
Housing Problem in Wisconsin, 251.
How Much Longer, Oh Pennsylvanians, 243.
Howard, Earl Dean, 441.
Howard, John, Jr., 311.
How Manage Municipal Play Centers, 541.
How the New Meets the Old in Maryland,

629.
How They Played at Chicago, 471.
How to Secure a Playground, 514.
Hubbard, C. M., 609.
Hughes, Charles E., 8, 178, 311, 340, 358, 432.
Hull House Maps and Papers, 20.
Hutchinson, Charles L., 339, 465.
Hymn of Freedom, A, 460.

New Immigration Act, The, 122.
On the Trail of the Immigrant, 49.
Our Slavic Fellow Citizens, 11, 166, 259,

364.
Immigration in June, 589.
Immigration Committee, The, 719
Immigrants, 49,
Imported Neighborhood Spirit, 714.
Impressions of American Charity, 268, 399,

580, 707.
Improvement and High Rent, 194.
Incoming Millions, The, 49.
In Defense of Patent Medicines, 85.
Indiana's Desertion and Non-Support Laws,

457.
Indiana's New Laws on Charities, 608.
Industrial America, 58.
Industrial Conflict, The, 441.
Industrial Efficiency, 60.
Industrial Progress in Germany, 441.
Industrial Removal Office and Its Works, 278.
Industrial Viewpoint, 169, 283, 408, 566, 696.
Industry and Economics, 58.
Insane Criminal and Criminal Insane, The,

627.
International Congress for Children, 702.
In the Making, 702.
International Congress on School Hygiene,

639.
International Housing Congress, 447, 605.
Ireland, John, Archbishop, 293, 389.
Irvine, A. G., 763.
Is Modern Philanthropy New? 577.
Israels, Belle Lindner, 153, 311, 312.

Jacobs, George W. & Company, 348.
Jacobs, Henry Barton, 177.
Jamestown Exposition, 139.
Jamme, Marie, 4, 387.
Janeway, E. G., 340.
Janeway, Theodore C., 340, 445.
Janney, Bernard T., 114.
Jaurès, Jean, 53.
Jenkins, P. Fellows, 707.
Jenks, J. W., 135.
Jerome, William Travers, 96.
Jersey City Young Men's Building, 294.
Jewett, Frances Gulick, 63.
Jewish Immigrants in Texas, 619.
John, E. R., 218.
John Glynn, 423.
John M. Glenn, Director of Sage Foundation,

197.
Johnson, Alexander H., 50, 67, 75, 293, 323,

385, 401, 458.
Johnson, G. N., 308.
Johnson, Tom L., 4, 389, 609.
Jones, Harrison F., 94.
Journey of a Load of Wood, The, 625.
Juvenile Courts.

Chicago's Juvenile Court, 7.
Chicago's Juvenile Protective League,

300.
First Juvenile Court Building, 587.
Impressions of American Charity, 581.
Juvenile Court Loses Judge Mack, 416.
Juvenile Delinquents, 589.
Juvenile Offenders in Massachusetts, 735.
New Juvenile Bench in Denver, 71, 469.

Illinois Industrial Legislation, 91.
Imbrie, Andrew C., 181.
Imbrie, D R., 763.
Immigration.

Immigrants, 49.
Immigration in June, 589.
Immigration Committee, The, 719.
Incoming Millions, The, 49.
Jewish Immigrants in Texas, 619.
Legislation for Immigrants, 224.

Prisoners and Juvenile Delinquents, 588.
Relation of Play to Juvenile Delin-

quency, 562.

Swedish Juvenile Court, The, 620.
Juvenile Court Loses Judge Mack, The, 416.
Juvenile Delinquents, 589.
Juvenile Offenders in Massachusetts, 735.

Long, John D., 293.
Lovejoy, Owen R., 388.
Low, Minnie F., 300.
Low, Seth, 432.
Lowman, John H., 657.
Lusk, Graham, 340.

Keep, Charles H., 358.
Kelley, Florence, 58, 116, 388, 394.
Kellogg, Arthur P., 78, 388, 389.
Kellor, Frances A., 311.
Kelton, A. C., 763.
Kelly, David I. 646.
Kelsey Carl, 188, 293.
Kelsey, Fred W., 66.
Kemp, Janet E., 137.
Kennaday, Paul, 211, 595, 639.
Kennedy, John S., 135.
Kern, O. J., 64,
Kerr, Charles H. & Company, 454.
Keyes, E. L., 66.
King, F. A., 61.
Kindergarten in a Hospital, 115.
King, Bolton, 381.
King, Frederick A., 219.
Kingsley, Sherman C., 4, 295, 387, 388.
Kinship Organizations and Group Marriage,

580.
Kirk, William, 59.
Kirkup, Thomas, 54.
Knopf, S. A., 4, 66, 226, 387, 388.
Knubel, E. E., 65.
Kober, George M., 175.
Koren, John, 4, 323, 387, 588, 622, 761, 762.
Kruesi, Walter E., 67.
Kruszka, X. W., 10, 20.
Kunz, Dessa, 251.

McAneny, George, 200.
McCarroll, William, 358.
McCarthy, Dennis, 466.
McClaughry, A. W., 604, 75,, 762, 763.
McClure, Phillips & Company, 440.
McDowell, Mary, 309, 479, 480, 535.
McFarland, J. Horace, 632.
McKenna, Charles F., 317, 466.
McKim, John A., 311.
McKinley, Whitefield, 175.
McLean, Francis H., 53, 239.
McMahon, Charles F., 317.
McNaughton, Ruth, 53.
McVey, Frank L., 189.
MacArthur, Mary, 45, 46, 47.
Macfarland, Henry B. F., 177, 339, 465, 545.
Mack, Julian W., 416, 603, 622, 757, 763.
McKenzie, William R., 622, 758.
Macmillan Company, 97, 611.
Magruder, Rev. J. W., 138, 220.
Making of the Criminal, The, 67.
Mallary, M. M., 93, 622, 759, 763.
Mallock, W. H., 55.
Maltbie, Milo Roy, 358.
Manny, Frank A., 437.
Manson, John, 117, 120, 121.
Manufacturing and Institutions, 590.
March, Clement, 223.
Marks, Marcus, 224.
Marquis, Don, 633.
Marsh, Benjamin C., 666.
Martin, John, 55.
Maryland Conference of Charities, 176.
Massachusetts and Her Villages, 141.
Massachusetts Industrial Exhibit, 6.
Masters, Alfred J., 317.
Matheson, M. Cecile, 613.
Mathews, Shailer, 610.
Matthews, Amanda, 49.
Maxwell, William H., 362.
May Pole Possibilities, 565.
Mazzini-Bibliography, 381.
Mazzini, a Prophet of the New View, 378.
Mead, Edwin D., 225.
Medical inspection in Boston Schools, 222.
Medical Inspection in Milwaukee Schools,

112.
Medical Inspection of Factories, 340.
Medical Sociology, 140.
Melendy, Royal Loren, 541.
Merington, Marguerite, 29.
Michael Reese Hospital, Chicago, 341.
Mid-Summer Playground Meeting, 465.
Milk.

Clean Milk in New Bedford, 619.
Cleveland Milk Exhibit, 180.
Milk Inspection, 116.
Nathan Straus Milk Depots, 341.

Second International Milk Congress, 737.
Milk Inspection, 116.
Milligan, Rev. John L., 604, 763.
Mills, Fred H., 763.
Mills, Herbert E., 189.

Labour and Capital, 59.
Labriola, Antonio, 454.
La Follette, Robert L., 63.
Lallemand, Léon, 69.
La Motte, Ellen N., 749.
Lathrop, Julia C., 701, 702.
Laughlin, J. Laurence, 58.
Lectures on Socialism, 55.
Lee, Joseph, 308, 339, 436, 465, 479, 480, 486,

632, 645.
Legislation for Immigrants, 224.
Legislative Happenings in Pennsylvania, 307.
Leonard, James A., 603, 622, 759.
Le Resignol, James Edward, 53.
Leuba, James H., 225.
Levi, Baron Adolph, 702.
Lewis, Denslow, 194.
Lewis, Orlando F., 51, 67, 80, 223, 342, 343,

386, 575, 576, 622, 761.
Lies, Eugene T., 219.
"Light Work” as a Factor in the Spread of

Tuberculosis, 749.
Lincoln, Jennette E., 565.
Lindley, Walter, 323.
Lindsay, John D., 311, 312.
Lindsay, Samuel McC., 60, 68, 293, 445, 641.
Lindsey, Ben B., 71, 72, 293, 308, 469, 581.
Linton, W. J., 381.
Loane, M., 50.
Local Government in County Towns and Vil-

lages, 68.

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