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GIVERS AND GIFTS.
FROM MEMBERS. BALDWIN, SIMEON E., LL.D., New Haven, Conn.,-His “The American
Judiciary." BARTON, EDMUND M., Worcester.—Two magazines, in continuation. BAXTER, Hon. J. PHINNEY, Portland, Me. His Address before the
American Institute of Instruction, July 10, 1905. BOURNE, EDWARD G., Ph.D., New Haven, Conn.—Three of his own
publications. BUTLER, JAMES D., LL.D., Madison, Wis.—Three of his own publications. CHASE, CHARLES A., Worcester.-Four books; and sixteen pamphlets. COREY, DELORAINE P., Malden.—"In Memory of Elisha Slade Converse." Davis, ANDREW McF., Cambridge. -Seven hundred and seventy books;
and one hundred and eighty-seven pamphlets. Davis, Hon. EDWARD L., Worcester.-Seventeen books; ninety-seven
pamphlets; and a manuscript letter. DEXTER, FRANKLIN B., Litt.D., New Haven, Conn. His “Abraham
Bishop of Connecticut and his Writings”; and Kirkland and Kennedy's
Historic Camden. FOSTER, WILLIAM E., Litt.D., Providence, R. 1.–Tributes to Hon.
Horatio Rogers. FRANCIS, GEORGE E., M.D., Worcester.—Three early American imprints. GILMAN, DANIEL C., LL.D., Baltimore, Md.-Two of his own publi
cations. GREEN, Hon. SAMUEL A., Boston.-Five of his own publications;
thirty-two books; sixty-eight pamphlets; three proclamations; and
"The American Journal of Numismatics,” in continuation. GREEN, SAMUEL S., Librarian, Worcester.-His report of 1903-1904 as
Librarian of the Worcester Free Public Library. HALE, Rev. EDWARD E., D.D., Roxbury.—“The Monthly Weather
Review;" and United States Weather Bureau maps, in continuation. HARDEN, WILLIAM, Savannah, Ga.-His Historical Sketch of the South Presbyterian Church of Savannah, Georgia; and Edward J. Harden's
"Notes of a Short Northern Tour." HOAR, Hon. GEORGE F., Worcester.Ten books; and one hundred
and fifty pamphlets.
ournal o fight pamphlece of his or
HOAR, Hon. ROCKWOOD, Worcester.-George Frisbie Hoar's “Autobiography of seventy years;" "Hymns of the Spirit," and a photo
graph. HUNTINGTON, Rev. WILLIAM R., D.D., New York.—His "A Day's
Journey away from Christ.” JENKS, Rev. HENRY F., Canton—Two account books of early date. KINGSBURY, Hon. FREDERICK J., Waterbury, Conn.—“Genealogy
of the Descendants of Henry Kingsbury.” KITTREDGE, GEORGE L., LL.D., Cambridge—His “The Old Farmer
and his Almanack," and two heliotypes. LEON, Nicolas Ph.D., Mexico, Mex.—Two of his own publications. LOUBAT, JOSEPH F., LL.D., Paris, France.—Three volumes of Central
American codices; and five pamphlets. MATTHEWS, ALBERT, Boston. His "Term Lynch Law;" and his “Joyce
Junior." MEAD, EDWIN D., Boston.-His "Suggestions to put the Mayflower on
the Massachusetts state seal;" and four pamphlets. MOORE, CLARENCE B., LL.D., Philadelphia, Pa.-His “Urn-burial in
the United States.” NICHOLS, CHARLES L., M. D., Worcester.—Thirteen selected books. NOBLE, JOHN LL.D., Editor, Boston.—“Records of the Court of Assis
tants of the Colony of Massachusetts Bay 1630-1692 Vol. 2. PAINE, NATHANIEL Worcester.-Four of his own publications; three books; one hundred and thirty-nine pamphlets; seventeen photo
graphs; eight portraits; eight engravings; and three early bankbills. PALTSITS, VICTOR H., New York.–Two of his own publications. PEET, STEPHEN D., Ph.D., Editor, Chicago, Ill. His "American Anti
quarian and Oriental Journal," as issued. RUSSELL, E. HARLOW, Worcester. His “George Frisbie Hoar,
1826-1904.” 1 SALISBURY, Hon. STEPHEN, Worcester.-Eight books; four hundred and
forty-six pamphlets; and six files of newspapers, in continuation. STEBBENS, Rev. CALVIN, Framingham.-His Tribute to George Frisbie
Hoar. THOMAS, ALLEN C., Haverford, Pa.Seven of the works of Henry More published 1647-1712; and "Scriptores Rerum Germanicarum,”
1702 UPHAM, HENRY P., St. Paul Minn.-The "Original Journals of the
Lewis and Clark Expedition" in seven volumes; and six historical
pamphlets. UTLEY, Hon. SAMUEL, Worcester. Six historical pamphlets. VINOCRADOFF, PAVEL G., Oxford, Eng.--His "The Growth of the Manor."
WALKER, Hon. JOSEPH B., Concord, N. H.-His “New Hampshire five Provincial Congresses, July 21, 1774-January 5, 1776."
FROM PERSONS NOT MEMBERS. ALBREE, JOHN, Swampscott.-Two of his own publications. AMES, John G., Compiler, Washington, D. C.-—"The Comprehensive
Index to Government Publications 1881-1893," in two volumes. ANAGNOS, MICHAEL, Boston.—Two of his addresses. AYER, Miss. Mary F., Boston.—Her "South Meeting House Boston
(1669-1729.") BABINE, ALEXIS V., Washington, D. C.-—"The Yudin Library
Krasnoiarsk.” BAKER, HENRY M., Concord N. H.-His “New Hampshire in the strugglo
for Independence." BARRY, PHILLIPS, Brookline.- His "Traditional Ballads in New England.” BARTON, F. MacDONALD, West Newton.—"The Albemarle," as issued, BEALE, CHARLES C., Boston.-His "Marcus T. C. Gould Stenographer,"
three phonographic pamphlets; and one book-plate. BEER, WILLIAM, New Orleans, La.—Two pamphlets. BEVERIDGE, Hon. ALBERT J., Indianapolis, Ind.—His “Tribute to tho
American Woman Frances E. Willard." BISHOP, HENRY F., New York,—Two pamphlets. BLACKISTON'S SONS, AND COMPANY, Philadelphia, Pa.—“The Medical
Book News," as issued. BLAKE, Mrs. JOSEPH, Andover.–Forty-two selected books... BLODGET, Hon. WALTER H., Mayor, Worcester.—His second Inaugural
Address, 1905. Boston Book COMPANY.—“The Bulletin of Bibliography," as issued. BRIGHAM, CLARENCE S., Providence, R. I.-His Report on the Archives
of Rhode Island. BRYANT, H. WINSLOW, Portland, Me.—"Historical Sketch and Roster
of the Aroostook War, 1839." BULLARD, Rev. HENRY, D.D., St. Joseph, Mo.-His "Proof that the Bible
is the Word of God.” BULLARD, Rev. HENRY N., Ph.D., Editor, Mound City, Mo.—"The
Invitation" as issued. BULLOCK, Mrs. MARY CHANDLER, Worcester.—"Peter Chandler, a
biographical sketch and his Diary." CANADIAN YEAR Book COMPANY, Toronto, P. Q.—The Canadian Year
Book for 1905. CHADWICK, JAMES READ, M.D., Boston.-His “Brief Sketch of the Life
of James Read”; and his “Cremation of the Dead."
CHANDLER, Hon. WILLIAM E., Concord, N. H.-His “The New History
of Concord N. H. and its Historians." CLARK, JOHN C. L., Lancaster.-Photograph of the Memorial to John
Prescott at Lancaster, erected by Mrs. Roger Wolcott, 1903. CLARKE, Mrs. HENRY, Worcester.-Fifteen books; and four bound volumes
of "The Youth's Companion.” COGSWELL, Miss Mary L. T., Worcester.—Two of her own publications; : one scrap-book; ninety-two pamphlets; three broadsides; two portraits;
with manuscript notes and newspapers relating to the political Cam
paigns of 1876-78. COLLAMER, NEWTON L., Washington, D. C.-Numbers of “The Histor
ical Bulletin." COUSINS, Rev. EDGAR M., Secretary, Thomaston, Me.-Minutes of the
Maine General Conference, 1904. CRAFTS, WILBER F., Editor, Washington, D. C.-Numbers of “The
Twentieth Century Quarterly.” CROMACK, IRWIN C., Boston.—“ List of maps of Boston published
subsequent to 1600.” CUNNINGHAM, HENRY W., Editor, Boston.—“Journal of Lieut. Col.
Joseph Vose, April-July, 1776.” CUTLER, U. WALDO, Editor, Worcester. -Selections from the writings of
Benjamin Franklin. CUTTER, WILLIAM R., Woburn.—"Captain Edward Johnson of Woburn
Mass. and some of his Descendants." DAVIES, Rev. THOMAS F., Jr., Editor, Worcester.—“The Parish,” as
issued. DAVIS, Capt. GEORGE E., Burlington, Vt.—"In Memoriam, Emma
Augusta Davis." DAVIS, WALTER A., City Clerk, Fitchburg.-City Documents, 1904. Davis, Miss ZAIDEE S., New York.—"Notices of Prof. Edwin H. Davis
Archaeologist.” DE RENNE, WYMBERLEY J., Savannah, Ga.- Catalogue of books in his
library relating to the history of Georgia . DICKINSON, G. STUART, Worcester.-Scott's Standard Postage Stamp
Catalogue, 1905. DICKINSON, THOMAS A., Worcester.—His book-plate. DRAPER, Mrs. WARREN F., Andover.–Five books; seven hundred and
sixty-six pamphlets; seven portraits; four photographs; three maps;
and parcels of newspapers. Du BOSE, JOEL C., Editor, Birmingham, Ala.—Numbers of “The
Gulf States Historical Magazine." ESTABROOK, Mrs. D. FRANCES, Boston.-Five Worcester programmes,
ESTABROOK, Mrs. D. FRANKLIN, Worcester.—“The New England
Chronicle or the Essex Gazette,” of February 8, 1776. ESTES, Rev, David F., Hamilton, N. Y.-Two early American
imprints. FIELD, EDWARD, Commissioner, Providence, R. I.—"The Early Records
of Providence," Volume 18. FORBES, Miss KATHARINE M., Worcester.—Her book-plate. FORD, WORTHINGTON C., Washington, D. C.-Two of his own publica
tions. Fox, IRVING P., Business Manager, Boston.-"The Church Militant,"
as issued. FRENCH, CHARLES E.,-Bequest of Two Marble Roman bas-reliefs,
fractured; a manuscript calendar of vellum, rolled on wooden handle; a collection of copper coins, including about one thousand copper cents and half cents; a package of fractional currency and rare coins; a piece of Plymouth Rock; a beam from the old Hancock House, Boston; a package of scraps from the Miles Standish house in Dux
bury; and an ancient Egyptian vase. FROWDE, HENRY, London, Eng.-"The Periodical," as issued GANONG, WILLIAM F., Ph.D., Editor, Northampton. Smethurst's "A
Narrative of an Extraordinary Escape out of the Hands of the Indians
in the Gulph of St. Lawrence.” GILMAN, WARREN R., M.D., Worcester.—Two books; and one hundred
and fifty pamphlets. GOCHER, WILLIAM H., Hartford, Conn.-His “Wadsworth and the
Charter Oak.” GOLDEN RULE PUBLISHING COMPANY, Boston.—"The Christian En
deavor World,” as issued. GOLDIE, Mrs. GEORGE E., Ayr, Ontario.-"The Association Record,"
in continuation. GREEN, JAMES, Worcester.—Six books; one hundred and eighty
pamphlets; and “The Banker and Tradesman,” in continuation. GREEN, Mrs. James, Worcester.-Forty-one pamphlets; and “The
Spectator," in continuation. GREENE, Mrs. RICHARD W. Worcester.-Tribute to Hon. John D.
Washburn, by Rev. William R. Huntington, D.D. HAMILTON, CHARLES, Estate of, Worcester.-One hundred and thirteen books; forty-four hundred pamphlets; and one hundred and twenty
five portraits. HAMILTON, P. WALTER, Worcester.-Fifty-three books; and fifty-nine
pamphlets. HARRIMAN, FREDERICK W., D.D., Secretary, Windsor, Conn.—Diocese
of Connecticut Convention Journal, 1905.