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No. 1. The Superior Incisors and Canine Teeth of Sheep. With two
plates. By Miss FLORENCE MAYO. Prepared under the direction of
Professor E. L. MARK, of Harvard University. Cambridge, 1888.
Museum of Comparative Zoology at Harvard College," No. XIII.
in Limax Maximus. With ten plates. By Miss ANNIE PARKER
of Harvard University. Cambridge, 1890.
Fugitive Slaves (1619-1865). By Mrs. MARION GLEASON
Price $1.00 net.
By Miss LUCY ALLEN PATON, A.M. This received the Sarah Greene
Timmins Prize in 1891. pp. 44. Price 50 cents net.
PARKER FOLLETT (in preparation). Prepared under the direction of
Assistant Professor ALBERT BUSHNELL HART, of Harvard University.
Manorial and Agrarian History in the Middle Ages. By Miss
W. J. ASHLEY, of Harvard University. pp. 65. Price 75 cents net.
SON. Prepared under the direction of Professor JOSIAH ROYCE, of
Harvard University. Pp. xx, 215. Price $1.50 net.
Mrs. GERTRUDE ANNA CROTTY DAVENPORT, A.B. (in preparation).
No. I and No. 2 of the above publications may be had until the supply is exhausted, by application to the College. The others are for sale by Messrs. GINN & Co., 7-13 Tremont Place, Boston ; 743 Broadway, New York; 110-112 Wabash Avenue, Chicago; and 18 Warwick Square, Paternoster Row, London, England (Edward Arnold); by Payot, UPHAM, & Co., San Francisco; F. F. HANSETT & BRO., New Orleans; and OTTO HARRASOWITZ, Querstrasse 14, Leipsic, Germany.
This series was begun as "Fay House Monographs." The name was changed at the time of the incorporation of Radcliffe College, after numbers 1, 2, 3, and 4 had been printed.