Cyclopædia of Political Science, Political Economy, and the Political History of the United States

Edited by: Lalor, John J.
(?-1899)
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1881
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New York: Maynard, Merrill, and Co.
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1899
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Includes articles by Frédéric Bastiat, Gustave de Molinari, Henry George, J. B. Say, Francis A. Walker, and more.
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LISTS OF WRITERS


Among the Writers of the Articles in the First and Second Volumes are the following:

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EDWARD ATKINSON, the distinguished Publicist, Boston, Mass.

II.LW.2

BARTHÉLMY SAINT-HILAIRE, Member of the Institute of France.

II.LW.3

FRÉDÉRIC BASTIAT, the famous French Economist.

II.LW.4

HENRY BAUDRILLART, Member of the Institute of France, contributor to the Dictionnaire Général de la Politique.

II.LW.5

MAURICE BLOCK, Statistician, Political Economist and Publicist; Editor of the Dictionnaire Général de la Politique, Paris.

II.LW.6

J. C. BLUNTSCHLI, Professor at the University of Heidelberg, the celebrated writer on International Law; one of the Editors of Bluntschli and Brater's Staatswörterbuch.

II.LW.7

GEROLAMO BOCCARDO, Editor of the Dizionario Universale di Economia Politicae Commercio, Italy.

II.LW.8

JACQUES DE BOISJOSLIN, Paris, France.

II.LW.9

ALBERT S. BOLLES, Author of the "History of American Finance."

II.LW.10

GASTON DE BOURGE, Advocate, Paris.

II.LW.11

HORATIO BURCHARD, Director of the Mint, Washington, D. C.

II.LW.12

EDWARD CARY, Editor of the "New York Times."

II.LW.13

E. CAUCRY, Member of the Institute of France.

II.LW.14

EMILE CHÉDIEU. Advocate.

II.LW.15

A. E. CHERBULIEZ, Swiss Political Economist, contributor to the Dictionnaire de l'Economie Politique.

II.LW.16

JOHN W. CLAMPITT, Attorney at Law, Illinois.

II.LW.17

AMBROISE CLÉMENT, the distinguished French Economist.

II.LW.18

ROYER-COLLARD, Professor, of the Faculté de Droit, Paris.

II.LW.19

Hon. THOMAS M. COOLEY, Author of "Constitutional Limitations," etc., etc.; Judge of the Supreme Court of Michigan.

II.LW.20

CHARLES COQUELIN, one of the Editors of the Dictionnaire de l'Economie Politique.

II.LW.21

COURCELLE-SENEUIL, Paris, France.

II.LW.22

BANCHOFT DAVIS, Assistant Secretary of State, Washington, D. C.

II.LW.23

DELABARRE-DUPARCQ, Director at the Military School of Saint-Cyr.

II.LW.24

JULES DUVAL, Publicist.

II.LW.25

CL. DUVERNOIS, French Ex-Mïnister.

II.LW.26

Hon. DORMAN B. EATON, Chairman of the Civil Service Commission, New York.

II.LW.27

Hon. MAX. EBERILARDT, Attorney, Chicago.

II.LW.28

LÉON FAUCHER, Member of the Institute of France.

II.LW.29

HENRY FAWCETT, M. P., Professor of Political Economy at the University of Cambridge; at present Postmaster General of Great Britain.

II.LW.30

GASPAR FINALI, Ex-Minister, Italy.

II.LW.31

JOHN FISKE, the well-known Essayist and Philosopher, Cambridge, Mass.

II.LW.32

WORTHINGTON C. FORD, Esq., Brooklyn, N. Y.

II.LW.33

L. FOUBERT, Chef de division, France.

II.LW.34

JOSEPH GARNIER, Professor of Political Economy, Member of the Institute of France.

II.LW.35

HENRY GEORGE, Author of "Progress and Poverty," New York.

II.LW.36

LOUIS GOTTARD, Publicist.

II.LW.37

GEORGE WALTON GREENE, Attorney and Counselor, New York.

II.LW.38

JULES GRENIER, Publicist.

II.LW.39

W. E. GRIFFIS, Author of the "Mikado's Empire," Schenectady, N. Y.

II.LW.40

FAUSTIN HÉLIE, Member of the Institute of France.

II.LW.41

XAVIER HEUSCHLING, Ministry of the Interior, Brussels.

II.LW.42

J. E. HORN, Writer on Finance, Member of the Hungarian Parliament.

II.LW.43

M. HUMANN, Advocate, France.

II.LW.44

EDWARD S. ISHAM, Attorney and Counselor at Law, Chicago.

II.LW.45

Prof. E. J. JAMES, Normal University, Normal, Illinois.

II.LW.46

Judge JOHN A. JAMESON, Author of "The Constitutional Convention," Chicago.

II.LW.47

ALEXANDER JOHNSTON, Author of "History of American Politics," Norwalk, Conn.

II.LW.48

Hon. JOHN JAY KNOX, Comptroller of the Currency, Washington, D. C.

II.LW.49

CHAS. LAVOLLÉE, Ex Prefect, France.

II.LW.50

T. E. CLIFFE LESLIE, the eminent English Political Economist, lately deceased. His last literary effort was the article, "History, Economic and Legal," written for this Cyclopædia a few weeks before his death.

II.LW.51

HENRY D. LLOYD, Financial Editor of the "Chicago Tribune."

II.LW.52

Judge JOHN LOWELL, Chestnut Hill, Mass.

II.LW.53

J. R. M'CULLOCH, the English Economist.

II.LW.54

M. DE MOLINARI, Editor of Journal des Débats, Corresponding Member of the Institute of France. Cities and Towns; Civilization; Fashions; The International Association of Workingmen; Nations; Nobility; Protection

II.LW.55

MICHEL NICOLAS, Professor, Montauban, France.

II.LW.56

M. ORTOLAN, Lawyer, France.

II.LW.57

ESQUIROU DE PARIEU, Member of the Institute of France.

II.LW.58

JULES PAUTET, French Vice-Prefect

II.LW.59

M. POEZL, Professor at the University of Munich.

II.LW.60

R. P. PORTER, Special Agent (Tenth Census of the United States) for Statistics of Wealth, Debt, Taxation and Railroads, Washington, D. C.

II.LW.61

M. RABUTAUX, Publicist.

II.LW.62

R. W. RAYMOND, Esq., New York.

II.LW.63

ERNEST RENAN, Member of the Institute of France.

II.LW.64

LOUIS REYBAUD, Member of the Institute of France.

II.LW.65

WILLIAM ROSCHER, the celebrated German Economist, founder of the Historical School of Political Economy, Leipzig.

II.LW.66

M. ROTHE, Professor at Sorö, Denmark.

II.LW.67

LÉON SAY, Economist.

II.LW.68

JULES SIMON, Member of the French Academy.

II.LW.69

E. MUNROE SMITH, Professor in Columbia College, New York.

II.LW.70

A. R. SPOFFORD, Librarian of Congress, Washington, D. C.

II.LW.71

SIMON STERNE, Lawyer, New York.

II.LW.72

A. M. SULLIVAN, M. P., London, England.

II.LW.73

HENRI THIERS. France.

II.LW.74

JOHN P. TOWNSEND, one of the Vice-Presidents of the Bowery Savings Bank, New York.

II.LW.75

J. D. WEEKS, Editor of the "Iron Age," Expert and Special Agent (Tenth Census United States) Wages in Manufacturing Industry. Washington, D. C.

II.LW.76

Hon. D. A. WELLS, the eminent American Economist, Norwich, Conn.

II.LW.77

HORACE WHITE, the well-known writer on Economic subjects, New York.

II.LW.78

FREDERICK W. WHITRIDGE, Attorney, New York.

II.LW.79

TALCOTT WILLIAMS, Editor "The Press," Philadelphia, Pa.

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Hon. H. B. WITTON, Inspector of Canals, Hamilton, Ontario.

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Prof. THEO. S. WOOLSEY, Yale College.


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Among the Writers of the Articles in the Three Volumes, are the following:

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EDWARD ATKINSON, Boston, Mass.

III.LW.2

BARTHELEMY SAINT-HILAIRE, Member of the Institute of France.

III.LW.3

FREDERICK BASTIAT, the famous French Economist. Spoliation by Law; Plenty and Dearth.

III.LW.4

HENRI BAUDRILLART, Member of the Institute of France.

III.LW.5

MAURICE BLOCK, Statistician, Political Economist and Publicist, Editor of the Dictionnaire Général de la Politique, Paris.

III.LW.6

J. C. BLUNTSCHLI, one of the editors of Bluntschli & Brater's Staatswörterbuch.

III.LW.7

GEROLAMO BOCCARDO, Editor of the Dizionario Universale di Economic Politica e di Commercio, Italy.

III.LW.8

JACQUES DÉ BOISJOSLIN, Paris, France.

III.LW.9

ALBERT S. BOLLES, Author of "History of American Finance," Philadelphia, Pa.

III.LW.10

GASTON DE BOURGE, Advocate, Paris, France.

III.LW.11

R. R. BOWKER, New York.

III.LW.12

T. T. BRYCE, New Haven, Conn.

III.LW.13

HORATIO BURCHARD, Director of the Mint, Washington, D. C.

III.LW.14

EDWARD CARY, New York.

III.LW.15

E. CAUCHY, Member of the Institute of France.

III.LW.16

EMILE CHEDIEU, Advocate, France.

III.LW.17

A. E. CHERBULIEZ, Political Economist, contributor to the Dictionnaire de l'Economie Politique.

III.LW.18

JOHN W. CLAMPITT, Counselor-at-Law, Chicago.

III.LW.19

AMBROISE CLEMENT, the distinguished French Economist.

III.LW.20

JAMES F. COLBY, Counselor-at-Law, New Haven, Conn.

III.LW.21

ROYER-COLLARD, Professor of the Faculté de Droit, Paris.

III.LW.22

EUSTACE CONWAY, Counselor-at-Law, New York.

III.LW.23

THOS. M. COOLEY, Author of "Constitutional Limitations," etc., etc., Judge of the Supreme Court of Michigan.

III.LW.24

CHAS. COQUELIN, one of the Editors of the Dictionnaire de l'Economie Politique, France.

III.LW.25

C. COWLEY.

III.LW.26

COURCELLE-SENEUIL, Paris, France.

III.LW.27

E. H. CROSBY, Counselor-at-Law, New York.

III.LW.28

J. C. BANCROFT DAVIS, Assistant Secretary of State, Washington, D. C.

III.LW.29

DELABARRE-DUPARCQ, Director at the Military School of St. Cyr, France.

III.LW.30

CHARLES DUNOYER, France.

III.LW.31

JULES DUVAL, Publicist, France.

III.LW.32

CL. DUVERNOIS, French Ex-Minister.

III.LW.33

DORMAN B. EATON, Chairman of the Civil Service Commission, New York.

III.LW.34

MAX. EBERHARDT, Counselor-at-Law, Chicago.

III.LW.35

LEON, FAUCHER, Member of the Institute of France.

III.LW.36

HENRY FAWCETT, M. P., Professor of Political Economy at the University of Cambridge; at present, Postmaster General of Great Britain.

III.LW.37

GASPAR FINALI, Ex-Minister, Italy.

III.LW.38

JOHN FISKE, Cambridge, Mass.

III.LW.39

WORTHINGTON C. FORD, Brooklyn, N. Y.

III.LW.40

L. FOUBERT, Chef de division, France.

III.LW.41

JOSEPH GARNIER. Professor of Political Economy, Member of the Institute of France.

III.LW.42

HENRY GEORGE, Author of "Progress and Poverty," New York.

III.LW.43

D. C. GILMAN, President of Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore.

III.LW.44

E. L. GODKIN, Editor New York Nation.

III.LW.45

G. BROWN GOODE, Smithsonian Institute, Washington, D. C.

III.LW.46

LOUIS GOTTARD, Publicist, France.

III.LW.47

GEORGE WALTON GREEN, Counselor-at-Law, New York.

III.LW.48

JULES GRENTER, Publicist, France.

III.LW.49

W. E. GRIFFIS, Author of "The Mikado's Empire," Schenectady, N. Y.

III.LW.50

F. P. G. GUIZOT, France.

III.LW.51

ARTHUR T. HADLEY, Instructor in Political Science, Yale College, New Haven, Conn.

III.LW.52

J. B. HAMILTON, Surgeon General U. S. Marine Hospital, Washington, D. C.

III.LW.53

FAUSTIN HÉLIE, Member of the Institute of France.

III.LW.54

XAVIER HEUSCHLING, Minister of the Interior, Brussels, Belgium.

III.LW.55

J. E. HORN, Writer on Finance, Member of the Hungarian Parliament.

III.LW.56

FRANKLIN B. HOUGH, Washington, D. C.

III.LW.57

EDWARD S. ISHAM, Counselor-at-Law, Chicago, III.

III.LW.58

E. J. JAMES, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa.

III.LW.59

JOHN A. JAMESON, Author of "The Constitutional Convention," Chicago, III.

III.LW.60

PAUL JANET, Member of the Institute of France.

III.LW.61

ALEXANDER JOHNSTON, Professor of Jurisprudence, Princeton College, N. J.

III.LW.62

JOHN JOHNSTON, Banker, Milwaukee, Wis.

III.LW.63

JOHN J. KNOX, Comptroller of the Currency, Washington, D. C.

III.LW.64

GUSTAVE KOERNER, Ex-Governor of Illinois.

III.LW.65

CHAS. LAVOLLÉE, Ex-Prefect, France.

III.LW.66

LOUIS LECLERC, France.

III.LW.67

A. LEGOYT, France.

III.LW.68

T. E. CLIFFE LESLIE, the eminent English Political Economist.

III.LW.69

HENRY D. LLOYD, Financial Editor of the Chicago Tribune.

III.LW.70

E. LÖNING, Professor University Dorpat, Russia.

III.LW.71

JOHN LOWELI, Chestnut Hill, Mass.

III.LW.72

ALFRED BISHOP MASON, Counselor-at-Law, Chicago, III.

III.LW.73

D. H. MASON, Chicago, III.

III.LW.74

CHARLES DE MAZADE, France.

III.LW.75

J. R. M'CULLOCH, the English Economist.

III.LW.76

G. DE MOLINARI, Editor of the Journal des Débats, Corresponding Member of the Institute of France.

III.LW.77

M. MONJEAN, France.

III.LW.78

E. MONTEGUT, France.

III.LW.79

MICHEL NICOLAS, Professor, Montauban, France.

III.LW.80

S. N. D. NORTH, Utica, N. Y.

III.LW.81

M. ORTOLAN, Lawyer, France.

III.LW.82

A. OTT, France.

III.LW.83

E. PAIGNON, France.

III.LW.84

ESQUIROU DE PARIEU, Member of the Institute of France.

III.LW.85

H. PASSY, France.

III.LW.86

JULES PAUTET, French Vice-Prefect.

III.LW.87

M. POEZL, Professor at the University of Munich.

III.LW.88

FRED. POLLOCK, Cambridge University, England.

III.LW.89

R. P. PORTER, Special Agent (Tenth Census U. S.) for Statistics of Wealth, Debt, Taxation and Railroads, Washington, D. C.

III.LW.90

GEORGE HAVEN PUTNAM, New York.

III.LW.91

M. RABUTAUX, Publicist, France.

III.LW.92

R. W. RAYMOND, New York.

III.LW.93

ERNEST RENAN, Member of the Institute of France.

III.LW.94

LOUIS REYBAUD, Member of the Institute of France.

III.LW.95

LEON DE ROSNY, France.

III.LW.96

WM. ROSCHER, Professor of Political Economy at the University of Leipzig.

III.LW.97

M. ROTHE, Professor at Sorö. Denmark.

III.LW.98

F. B. SANBORN, Concord, Mass.

III.LW.99

HORACE SAY, France.

III.LW.100

J. B. SAY, France. Moral and Political Science; Nature of Things; Outlet.

III.LW.101

LEON SAY, Economist, France.

III.LW.102

L. SCHWARTZ, Germany.

III.LW.103

JULES SIMON, Member of the French Academy.

III.LW.104

EDMUND MUNROE SMITH. Professor in Columbia College. New York.

III.LW.105

HAYDN SMITH. Chicago Times.

III.LW.106

L. SMITH, London.

III.LW.107

A. R. SPOFFORD, Librarian of Congress. Washington, D. C.

III.LW.108

SIMON STERNE, Counselor-at-Law, New York.

III.LW.109

M. STOESSEL, Switzerland.

III.LW.110

A. M. SULLIVAN, M. P., London, England.

III.LW.111

HENRI THIERS, France.

III.LW.112

JOHN P. TOWNSEND, one of the Vice-Presidents of the Bowery Savings Bank, New York.

III.LW.113

A. UBICINI, Italy.

III.LW.114

FRANCIS A. WALKER, Mass. Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass.

III.LW.115

J. D. WEEKS, Editor of the Iron Age, Expert and Special Agent (Tenth Census U. S.) for Wages in Manufacturing Industry, Pittsburg, Pa.

III.LW.116

DAVID A. WELLS, the eminent American Economist, Norwich, Conn.

III.LW.117

HORACE WHITE, New York.

III.LW.118

FREDERICK W. WHITRIDGE, Counselor-at-Law, New York.

III.LW.119

TALCOTT WILLIAMS, The Press, Philadelphia, Pa.

III.LW.120

FRED. H. WINES, Springfield, Mass.

III.LW.121

H. B. WITTON, Inspector of Canals, Hamilton, Ont.

III.LW.122

L. WOLOWSKI, Paris, France.

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THEO. S. WOOLSEY, Professor at Yale College.


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The following is a List of the Subjects treated by American Writers:

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ATKINSON, EDWARD—Banks, Functions of.

III.LWA.2

BOLLES, ALBERT S.—Finance, American.

III.LWA.3

BOWKER, R. R.—Scratching.

III.LWA.4

BRYCE, T. T.—Products on Paper.

III.LWA.5

BURCHARD, H. C.—Coinage; Gold; Silver.

III.LWA.6

CARY, EDWARD—Education and the State; Gambettism.

III.LWA.7

CLAMPITT, JOHN W.—Bill; Court Martial; Military Commissions; Law, Common; Law, Criminal; Magna Charta; Police Power of the State.

III.LWA.8

COLBY, JAMES F.—Privateering; Prizes, Maritime; Suffrage; Territorial Waters.

III.LWA.9

CONWAY, EUSTACE—Treaties; United States Pension Laws.

III.LWA.10

COOLEY, THOS. M.—Bar; Corporations, Law of.

III.LWA.11

COWLEY, C.—Knights of the Order of St. Crispin; National Cemeteries; Ten-Hour Law; "Waitham System."

III.LWA.12

CROSBY, EDWARD H.—Petition, Right of; Priority of Debts Due to the United States and to the States; Public Policy.

III.LWA.13

DAVIS, J. C. BANCROFT—Geneve. Arbitration; Treaties of the United States.

III.LWA.14

EATON, DORMAN B.—Civil Administration; Civil Service Reform; Confirmation by the Senate; Judiciary, Elective; Patronage; Primary Elections; Promotion; Removals from Office; Spoils System; Term and Tenure of Office.

III.LWA.15

EBERHARDT, MAX.—Aliens; Bundesrath; German Empire.

III.LWA.16

FISKE, JOHN—Great Britain; House of Commons; House of Lords.

III.LWA.17

FORD, WORTHINGTON C.—Extradition; Income Tax; Internal Revenue of the United States; License Tax; Navy; Participation in Profits; Poll Tax; Prices; Public Lands of the United States; Refunding of the Public Debt of the United States; Sinking Fund; Tariffs of the United States.

III.LWA.18

GEORGE, HENRY—Chinese Immigration.

III.LWA.19

GILMAN, D. C.—Universities.

III.LWA.20

GODKIN, E. L.—Office-Holders, Danger of an Aristocracy of.

III.LWA.21

GOODE, G. BROWN—Fisheries; Treaties, Fishery.

III.LWA.22

GREEN, GEORGE WALTON—Municipal Bonds; Naturalization; Repudiation.

III.LWA.23

GRIFFIS, WM. E.—China; Corea; Formosa; Japan; Mongols; Mutsuhito; Riu Kin; Shimonoseki Indemnity; Shinto; Siam; Tartar, Tartary; Ta-Tsing; Tauism; Tonquin.

III.LWA.24

HADLEY, ARTHUR T.—Over-Production; Postoffice; Profits; Reclprocity; Speculation; Subsidies; Transportation, Means of; Weights and Messures.

III.LWA.25

HAMILTON, JOHN B.—Quarantise.

III.LWA.26

HOUGH, FRANKLIN B.—Forestry.

III.LWA.27

ISHAM, EDWARD S.—Corporations, Economic and Social Relations of.

III.LWA.28

JAMESON, JOHN A.—Convention, The Constitutional.

III.LWA.29

JAMES, E. J.—Banks of Issue; Customs Duties; Education, Compulsory; Emigration and Immigration; Excise; Factory Laws; Finance, Science of; Insurance; Labor; Political Economy, History of.

III.LWA.30

JOHNSTON, ALEXANDER—The Articles on the Political History of the United States in the Cyclopædia.

III.LWA.31

JOHNSTON, JOHN—Scotland.

III.LWA.32

KNOX, JOHN JAY—Banking; United States Notes; United States Notes—Legal Tender Cases—Decisions of the Supreme Court of the United States; United States Surplus Money. Distribution of, among the States.

III.LWA.33

KOERNER, GUSTAVE—Monroe Doctrine; Outlawry.

III.LWA.34

LLOYD, H. D.—Clearing, and Clearing Houses.

III.LWA.35

LOWELL, JOHN—Bankruptcy.

III.LWA.36

MASON, ALFRED B.—Proportional Representation.

III.LWA.37

MASON, DAVID H.—Protection in the United States.

III.LWA.38

NORTH, S. N. D.—Press, The Newspaper and Periodical.

III.LWA.39

PORTER, ROBERT P.—Debts, National, State and Local.

III.LWA.40

PUTNAM, GEO. HAVEN—Property, Literary.

III.LWA.41

RAYMOND, R. W.—Mines.

III.LWA.42

SANBORN, F. B.—Pauperism.

III.LWA.43

SMITH, EDMUND MUNROE—Nationality, Law of.

III.LWA.44

SMITH, HAYDN—Exchange, An; Fund, Funding, Refunding.

III.LWA.45

SPOFFORD, A. R.—Academies; Ballot; Budget; Congress of the United States; Education, Bureau of; Homestead and Exemption Laws; Interior, Department of the; Justice, Department of; Library of Congress; Lobby; Navy, Department of the; Parliament, The British; Parliamentary Law; Patent Office; Postoffice Department; Public Lands, Office of; States, Legal and Constitutional Diversities of; Treasury Department; War Department.

III.LWA.46

STERNE, SIMON—Cities, Administration of American; Legislation; Monopolies; Railways; Representation.

III.LWA.47

TOWNSEND, JOHN P.—Banks, History and Management of Savings.

III.LWA.48

WALKER, FRANCIS A.—Public Revenue; Wage Fund; Wages.

III.LWA.49

WEEKS, JOS. D.—Conseils Des Prud'hommes; Industrial Arbitration; Strikes and Lockouts.

III.LWA.50

WELLS, DAVID A.—American Merchant Marine; Distilled Spirits; Extradition; Fair Trade; Free Trade; Navigation Laws of the United States; Taxation; United States Pension Laws and Pension Laws of other Countries.

III.LWA.51

WHITE, HORACE—Commercial Crises; Money and its Substitutes; Paris Monetary Conference.

III.LWA.52

WHITRIDGE, FREDERICK W.—Assessments, Political; Canens System; Instructions; Jury, Trial by; Patents, and the Patent System.

III.LWA.53

WILLIAMS, TALGOTT—Apportionment; Party Government in the United States; Tammany Hall; Turkey.

III.LWA.54

WINES, FRED. H.—Prison and Prison Discipline.

III.LWA.55

WITTON, H. B.—Dominion of Canada.

III.LWA.56

WOOLSEY, THEODORE S.—Blockade.

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