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BULLETIN OF THE UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN

COMMITTEE OF PUBLICATION

WALTER M. SMITH, Chairman
WILLARD G. BLEYER, Secretary
FREDERICK W. MACKENZIE, Editor

THOMAS S. ADAMS, Economics and Political Science Series
WILLIAM H. Lighty, University Extension Series
WILLIAM S. MARSHALL, Science Series
DANIEL W. MEAD, Engineering Series
EDWARD T. OWEN, Philology and Literature Series
FREDERICK J. TURNER, History Series

VOLUME I

(Complete in three numbers, with title-page, table of contents, and

index.) No. 1. The geographical distribution of the vote of the thirteen states on the Federal Constitution, 1787-8, by Orin Grant Libby. 1894. 8 + 116 p. 2 pl. 75 cents. Out of print.

No. 2. The finances of the United States from 1775 to 1789, with especial reference to the budget, by Charles Jesse Bullock. 1895. 8 + 157 p. 75 cents.

No. 3. The Province of Quebec and the early American revolution. A study in English-American colonial history, by Victor Coffin. 1896. 17 + 288 p. 75 cents.

VOLUME II

(Complete in four numbers, with title-page, table of contents, and

index.) No. 1. New governments west of the Alleghanies before 1780, by George Henry Alden. 1897. 7 + 74 p. 50 cents.

No. 2. Municipal history and present organization of the city of Chicago, by Samuel Edwin Sparling. 1898. 188 p. 75 cents.

No. 3. Congressional grants of land in aid of railways, by John Bell Sanborn. 1899. 130 p. 50 cents.

No. 4. English common law in the early American colonies, by Paul Samuel Reinsch. 1899. 64 p. 50 cents.

Completing the Series.

Economics and Political Science Series

VOLUME I

(Complete in three numbers, with title-page and table of contents.)

No. 1. The decline of landowning farmers in England, by Henry Charles Taylor. 1904. 66 p. 25 cents.

No. 2. The history of agriculture in Dane county, Wisconsin, by Benjamin Horace Hibbard. 1904. 148 p. 75 cents.

No. 3. A history of the Northern Securities case, by Balthasar Henry Meyer. 1906. 136 p. 60 cents.

VOLUME II (Complete in two numbers, with title-page and table of contents.)

No. 1. The labor contract from individual to collective bargaining, by Margaret Anna Schaffner. 1907. 182 p. 50 cents.

No. 2. The financial history of Wisconsin, by Raymond Vincent Phelan. 1908. 292 p. 50 cents.

VOLUME III. (Complete in two numbers, with title-page and table of contents.)

No. 1. The labor history of the Cripple Creek District, by Benjamin Mckie Rastall. 1908. 166 p. 50 cents.

No. 2. A congressional history of railways in the United States to 1850, by Lewis Henry Haney. 1908. 274 p. 50 cents.

History Series

VOLUME I No. 1. The origin of the system of land grants for education, by Joseph Schafer. 1902. 54 p. 35 cents.

No. 2. The king's household in England before the Norman con. quest, by Laurence Marcellus Larson. 1904. 158 p. 50 cents.

No. 3. Lincoln's suspension of habeas corpus as viewed by Congress, by George Clarke Sellery. 1907. 74 p. 35 cents.

No. 4. The settlement of Illinois from 1830 to 1850, by William Vipond Pooley. 1908. 308 p. 75 cents.

The Bulletin of the University of Wisconsin is published bimonthly at Madison. For postal purposes, all issues in all series of the Bulletin are included in one consecutive numbering as published, a numbering which has no relation whatever to the arrangement in series and volumes.

The Economics and Political Science series, the History series, the Philology and Literature series, the Science series, the Engineering series, and the University Extension series contain original papers by persons connected with the University. The series formerly issued as the Economics, Political Science, and History series was discontinued with the completion of the second volume and has been replaced by the Economics and Political Science series and the History series.

Persons who reside in the state of Wisconsin may obtain copies of the Bulletin free by applying to the Secretary of the Regents and pay. ing the cost of transportation. No. 1 of Vol. 1 of the Economics, Political Science, and History series, Nos. 1 and 3 of Vol. 2 of the Phil. ology and Literature series, No. 2 of Vol. 2 of the Science series, and Nos. 1-5 of Vol. 1 and No. 4 of Vol. 2 of the Engineering series are now out of print and can no longer be furnished. Bulletins issued since May 1, 1898, are entered as second class mail matter and no charge is required by the University to cover cost of postage. The postage required for such of the earlier numbers as can now be furnished is as follows: Econ. ser., Vol. 1, No. 2, 8c; No. 3, 13c; Vol. 2, No. 1, 4c; Phil. ser., Vol. 1, No. 1, 5c; Sci. ser., Vol. 1, No. 1, 2c; No. 2, 2c; No. 3, 3c; No. 4, 3c; No. 5, 10c; Vol. 2, No. 1, 2c; Eng. ser., Vol. 1, No. 6, 2c; No. 7, 3c; No. 8, 2c; No. 9, 4c; No. 10, 3c; Vol. 2, No. 1, 4c; No. 2, 2c.

Any number of the Bulletin now in print will be sent postpaid to persons not residents of Wisconsin from the office of the Secretary of the Regents on receipt of the price. Title pages, tables of contents, and indexes to the first two volumes of all series, except the new Economics and Political Science series and the new History series, have been issued and will be furnished without cost on application to the University Librarian. Communications having reference to an change of publications should be addressed to the Librarian of the University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis.

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