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The assignment of a work to one or the other of the two series will sometimes depend upon whether the required illustrations can be presented more conveniently in the quarto or the octavo form.

In the Smithsonian Contributions to Knowledge, as well as in the present series, each article is separately paged and indexed, and the actual date of its publication is that given on its special title page, and not that of the volume in which it is placed. In many cases works have been published, and largely distributed, years before their combination into volumes.

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The present work was undertaken by Dr. H. C. Bouron, some time before the publication of the valuable “Catalogue of Scientific Serials” of Mr. Samuret H. Scupper, by Harvard University, in 1879.

Mr. ScupprEr’s Catalogue includes the transactions of learned Societies in the natural, physical, and mathematical sciences; but, excepting to a very limited extent, does not embrace technical journals. Dr. Bouron’s Cata- logue is confined to scientific and technical Periodicals” proper, (exclusive of Society proceedings and transactions )—yet, by this extension to the wide

field of periodicals devoted to the “applications” of science, considerably exceeds the other in the number of titles. The former Catalogue is arranged geographically by the countries and cities of publication; and it extends from the earliest records to the year 1876. The present Catalogue is alpha- betical throughout ;—the dictionary form presenting undoubtedly the great- est facility of reference: and it is brought down to the year 1882. It will be seen therefore that the two undertakings are quite different in their scope and that the interest of science is involved in the publication of the second work. The compiler has devoted a number of years to this arduous task— amid the exactions of his duties as teacher of chemistry—without any expec- tation of remuneration, and purely as a labor of love for the benefit of scientific students and others.

The Catalogue met the warm approval of Mr. A. R. Sporrorp, the Librarian of Congress, who desired to have the work published under the auspices of the National Library. The failure to secure the necessary appropriation from Congress prevented however this consummation. It was then undertaken by the Smithsonian Institution.

Various unexpected delays have somewhat retarded the production of the volume, which had been confidently looked for at least a year earlier.

The numerous cross-references will enable the student to find a periodical, when carelessly cited by merely the editor’s name,—which may happen to be a purely local designation. The “Chronological Tables” appended supply the useful knowledge of the date of a cited volume—a point too often neglected in popular references. And finally, the “Library Check-List”



is designed to furnish students and Librarians with the important informa- tion—in what nearest public Library in our country a desired work will be found. This list—notwithstanding the efforts made by the Institution to obtain full returns—will doubtless be found both very incomplete, and peculiarly liable to clerical and typographical inaccuracies. It is believed that, in many cases, Libraries possessing full sets of the successive series of periodicals (marked a, b, &c.,) have been credited with only the principal number. If each Librarian, into whose hands this volume may come, would kindly take the pains to revise, correct, and complete the returns of his own Library, the results (if justifying a future reissue of this part of the work,) would be of great value to every other Librarian; as wellas to students gen- erally. Many Libraries here unrepresented must contain quite a number of the periodicals catalogued; and Librarians taking a sufficient interest in the matter to forward to this Institution lists of their scientific and tech-

nical periodicals, will thereby confer a great favor.


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This Catalogue is intended to contain the principal independent period- icals of every branch of pure and applied science, published in all countries from the rise of this literature to the close of the year 1882. The compiler has endeavored to give full titles, names of editors, sequence of series, and other bibliographical details, and to arrange the whole on a simple plan convenient for reference. The range of topics will be seen by examining the Index of Subjects; while medicine has been excluded, anatomy, physi- ology, and veterinary science, being related to zodlogy, have been admitted. With a few exceptions serials published by learned Societies have been omitted; those admitted either form part of a series begun or ending in an independent periodical, or are presumably not exclusively devoted to the proceedings of the Societies by which they are edited. The admission of Society publications to this Catalogue would swell the volume to an inconvenient size, and has been rendered unnecessary by the publication of the “Catalogue of Scientific Serials,’ by Mr. S. H. Scudder (Cambridge, 1879, 8vo). :

Some of the journals included in the present work are of doubtful scien- tific value, and the right of some to be classed as periodicals is questiona- ble; in these and other debatable cases, many titles have been admitted on the ground that “in a bibliography it is much better that a book should be found which is not sought, than that one should be sought for and not found.” (Zuchold.)

The plan of the Catalogue is as follows: The titles are arranged alphabeti- cally by the first word, the articles and the adjective New (with its equiva- lent in different languages) alone excepted. The various titles borne by a periodical at different times are arranged in chronological order under the first or earliest title of the series. Cross references have been freely intro- duced, and are of four kinds; 1st, from the later to the first title of a periodi- cal which has suffered changes in title; 2d, from short titles in common use to the accurate designations, 35d, from the names of the principal editors to the journals conducted by them; 4th, in the case of astronomical publica-

tions, from the places in which the Ohservatories are situated to the titles of Vii


the periodicals issued therefrom. Besides these cross references, an Index of Subjects will be found at the close of the alphabetical list of periodicals.

The Chronological Tables are designed to give the date of publication of each volume of the periodicals entered, as explained on pages 618, 619. They have been compiled on a plan proposed by Prof. James D. Dana (System of Mineralogy, p. xxxiv, note), modified to meet typographical ex- igencies. We are indebted to Professor Dana for useful hints and material assistance in beginning the compilation of these Tables. It is hardly nec- essary to point out their utility; by them the date of a given volume in a given series of a given work may be found, or the number of the volume may be ascertained when the date only is known. Librarians will find the Tables of service in determining bibliographical data of series not in their collections. The alphabetical list of periodicals should always be consulted in connection with the Chronological Tables. An Index to the periodicals contained in these Tables will be found at their close.

The Library Check-List, showing in what American libraries the preced- ing periodicals may be found, is an attempt to carry out on a continental scale that which has been done in a smaller way by Librarians in several localities. The data were gathered by means of proof-sheets and circulars Gistributed by the Smithsonian Institution, which gave its approval to the scheme from the very outset. Circulars were sent to over 200 Libraries, and 120 Librarians responded with great kindness and fullness; the returns were classified and arranged for printing by the Smithsonian Institution. This Check-List is however only a first attempt, and is far from being as complete as is desirable; in a few cases the latter portion of the Catalogue appears almost unrepresented where the earlier portion has a fair showing. The number of periodicals noted is about 2,150 out of the 5,100 in the Catalogue: a more elaborate census of a larger number of Libraries is there- fore much to be desired.

The material for this work has been gathered from all available biblio- craphies both general and special, and by personal examination of the shelves and of the manuscript (or printed) Catalogues of many Libraries in the United States, as well as of important Libraries in England, France, and Germany. As a last resort over one thousand circulars were sent (in part through the Smithsonian Institution) direct to publishers throughout the world, asking for specimen numbers of their periodicals; the responses to these requests were very prompt and satisfactory, and we were thus enabled


to transcribe titles from original sources in many cases not otherwise access- ible.

The data for the Chronological Tables were obtained chiefly by personal inspection of the works named, but also in part by the aid of forms pre- pared for the purpose and kindly filled by Librarians in many parts of Europe, at the solicitation of the Smithsonian Institution.

e rhe plan of this bibliography originated with the compiler, and he alone is responsible for its defects; its execution has been rendered possible by the efficient aid of the Smithsonian Institution, which, in the person of the late Professor Henry, and subsequently through Professor S. F. Baird, has not only accorded its invaluable codperation from the inception of the work, but has also made it available by undertaking its publication. Sincere thanks are due to Professor Baird for constantly promoting this under- taking.

We are under obligations to so large a number of gentlemen that to express our thanks to each individually is out of the question, and we can only assure those not named in this place that they are not forgotten. To Mr. Wm. B. Taylor, Editor of the Smithsonian publications, we are indebted for the untiring energy and kind interest manifested in supervising the printing of these pages.

To insure accuracy in the several languages we secured the aid of lin- guistic experts;—the Rev. 8. J. Barrows, of Boston, read the Dutch; Mr. Thorvald Solberg, of the Library of Congress, read the Danish, Norwegian, and Swedish; Mr. Louis Solyom, of the Library of Congress, read the Hun- garian, Russian, Polish, Bohemian, and other Slavonic languages; the Rey. Prof. Samuel Hart, of Trinity College, read the Hebrew, and assisted in the Latin; the Rev. Prof. I. T. Beckwith, of Trinity College, read the Greek; and the Rev. Prof. Leopold Simonson, of Hartford, read not only the Ger- man, French, Italian, Spanish, and Portuguese, but also the English of the entire alphabetical Catalogue. To each of the gentlemen we express sincere thanks; to Professor Simonson in particular we are extremely grateful for indefatigable labors extending over many months, his promptness and ac- curacy never failing even when suffering great personal inconvenience.

To Mr. S. H. Scudder, of Cambridge, Mass., we are indebted for valuable suggestions based on experience and for attention to correspondence.

To the Rey. J. H. Barbour, Librarian of Trinity College, we are indebted for suggesting certain typographical details and for friendly counsel.


To the Rev. W. Walter Webb, of Middletown, Conn., we are indebted for clerical aid in transcribing the Chronological Tables.

We take pleasure also in acknowledging courtesies received from the fol- lowing Librarians and Bibliographers: the late Dr. Lepsius and Dr. Pott- hast, of the Imperial Library, Berlin; Dr. Wiistenfeld and Dr. Miildener, of the University Library, Géttingen; the late Mr. Bullen, of the British Museum, London; the late M. Paul Billard, of the National Library, Paris;« Dr. A. R. Spofford and Messrs. David Hutcheson, James C. Strout and Paul Neuhaus, of the Library of Congress; Col. Weston Flint and Mr. Edward Farquhar, of the U.S. Patent Office, Washington; the late Ad- miral Rodgers, of the U.S. Naval Observatory, Washington; Dr. John S. Billings and Dr. Robert Fletcher, of the Library of the Surgeon General’s Office, Washington; Mr. F. W. True, Librarian of the National Museum, Washington; Mr. C. H. Darwin, Librarian of the U.S. Geological Survey; Dr. Theodore Gill, of the Smithsonian Institution; Mr. C. J. Sawyer, Libra- rian of the Signal Office, Washington; Dr. E. J. Nolan, Librarian of the Academy of Natural Sciences, Philadelphia; Prof. J. P. Lesley, of the American Philosophical Society, Philadelphia; Dr. Frederic Vinton, Libra- rian of the College of New Jersey, Princeton ; Prof. Melvil Dewey and Mr. Wn. G. Baker, of Columbia College Library, New York; the late Dr. EF. R. Straznicky, Mr. Robbins Little, Superintendent, and Mr. Frederic Saunders, Librarian, of the Astor Library, New York; Mr. Justin Winsor, Libra- rian of Harvard University; Mr. Appleton P. C. Griffin, of the Boston Public Library; Mr. C. A. Cutter, Librarian of the Boston Atheneum ; Mr. W. I. Fletcher, Librarian of Amherst College; Mr. Addison Van Name, Librarian of Yale College; Mr. E. C. Richardson, Librarian of the Theological Institute of Connecticut, Hartford; Mr. F. B. Gay, of the Watkinson Library, Hartford; and many others.

Thanks are also due to the Librarians who furnished the data for the Library Check-List.

Finally, the compiler asks the forbearance of bibliographers in this his first undertaking, and begs leave to remind them of the words of Baron de Reiffenberg :—‘ Ceua qui ne se trompent jamais sont ceux qui ne font rien.” Communications and -corrections addressed to the compiler, care of the

Smithsonian Institution, will be thankfully acknowledged. Hf, GC. Ee Trinity CoLLecr, Harrrorp, ConNECTICUT, April, 1885.



* Prefixed to a title indicates that the periodical is entered in the Chronological Tables. + Following a date signifies current at the date in question.

| Following a date signifies publication discontinued.

1. AARB¢GER FOR NORDISK OLDKYNDIGHED 0G Historte. Udgivet af den Kong. nordiske Oldskrift-Selskab. 17 vols., 8vo. Kjgben- havn, 1864—80+ Tilleg til Aarbgger for nordisk Oldkyndighed og Historie. 1866-


75>. 10 nos., 8vo. Kjébenhayn, 1867—’76.

See Annaler for nordisk Oldkyndighed ; a/so Nordisk Tidsskrift for Oldkyn- dighed.

2. AARDIJKSKUNDIG WEEKBLAD. MRedacteur: A. J. ten Brink. 2 vols., fol. Amsterdam, 1877,’78. Nieuwe serie onder redactien van G. J. Dozy. 2 vols., roy. 8vo. Amsterdam, 1879—’81-+-



6. Aperiie (L’). Mémoires dentomologie. Par 8. A. Marseul avec la collaboration de plusieurs membres distingués de Ja Société entomo- logique de France. 6 vols., 18mo. Paris, 1864—’69.

Deuxiéme série. 6 vols. (vii—x11), 8vo. Paris, 1870-’75. Continued under the title: [a.] Abeille (L’). Journal d’entomologie, [etc.] Troisiéme série. 6 vols. (xmi—xvirt), 8vo. Paris, 1875-’80-+

5. Aperire (L’) rrisourGeoise. Publiée par la Société romande des apiculteurs fribourgeoises. 8 yo. Fribourg, 1875 [+ ?]

7. ABETLLE PHARMACEUTIQUE. Journal de la Société des pharmaciens de Nantes. 4to. Nantes, 1853.


8. AsrrtiEe (L’) pomoLociquE. Revue d’arboriculture pratique - - - publiée par Vabbé D. Dupuy avec la collaboration d’un grand nombre d’arboriculteurs. 2 vols., 8vo. Paris, 1862, ’63.

9. Asrsa (LA). Revista cientifica y literdria ilustrada, principalmente extractada de los buenos escritores Alemanes por una sociedad lite- réria. vols., fol. Barcelona, 1862-65.

10. AseEesa (LA) LITERARIA, CIENTIFICA E INDUSTRIAL. Periédico quincenal. 4to and 8vo. Madrid, 1864, ’65.

11. ABHANDLUNGEN aUS DEM GEBIETE DER NATURWISSENSCHAFTEN. Herausgegeben von dem naturwissenschaftlichen Vereine in Ham- burg. 6 vols., 4to. Hamburg, 1846-’76.

Followed by: [a.] Verhandlungen des naturwissenschaftlichen Vereines in Ham-

burg. 1 vol., 4to. Hamburg, 1877-’80+


18. ABHANDLUNGEN AUS DER NATURGESCHICHTE, PRAKTISCHEN ARZ- NEYKUNDE UND CHIRURGIE, aus den Schriften der haarlemer und anderer holliindischen Gesellschaften. 2 vols., 8vo. Leipzig, AT Gos:

14. ABHANDLUNGEN AUS DER NATURLEHRE, HAUSHALTUNGSKUNST unpd Mecuanik. Aus dem Schwedischen tibersetzt mit Anmer- kungen von Holzbecher und Kistner. 1739-79. 41 vols., 8vo. Hamburg, 1749-85.

Continued under the title :

[a.] Neue Abhandlungen aus der Naturlehre, [ete.] 1780-91. 12 vols., 8vo. Hamburg, 1784-94. Register: Bd. 1-—xxv, 1771; Bd. xxvi-xx1, 1783; Bd. 1-x (Neue Abh.), 1794.

15. ABHANDLUNGEN (UBER DIE: GESCHICHTE UND ALTERTHUMER, Kinste, WISSENSCHAFTEN UND LirrraturR Astrens. Von Sir William Jones und anderen Mitgliedern der im Jahre 1782 zu Cal- cutta in Indien errichteten gelehrten Gesellschaft. Aus dem Eng- lischen tbersetzt von Fick, durchgesehen und mit Amerkungen, ausfiihrlichen Erliuterungen und Zusiitzen bereichert von Kleuker. 4 vols., 8vo. Riga, 1795-97.



OBSERVATIONS [made at the Toronto Magnetical Observatory,

1841-71]. 1 vol., 8vo. Toronto, 1875. Cf. Results of Meteorological Observations, [etc.] Toronto.


18. Assrracts or MAGNETICAL OBSERVATIONS made at the Magnetical Observatory, Toronto. 1853-62. 1 vol., 4to. Toronto, 1863. C/. Observations of the Magnetical and Meteorological Observatory, [ete. ] Toronto. 19. Acapvemy (Tur). A monthly [from 1871, semi-weekly; from 1874 weckly] record of literature, learning, science, and art. 22 vols.,

4to. London, 1869—’82+

20. AcciimaraTION (L’) DES ANIMAUX ET DES PLANTES. Pisciculture, chasse, agriculture, élevage, horticulture, journal des demandes, offres, échanges et nouvelles. [Later, also] Bulletin officiel de la Société centrale des chasseurs. Dirigé par Deyrolle. 7 vols., 4to. Paris, 1874—80+

21. Accumaration (L’) mLLusTREE. Journal des chasseurs et des éle- veurs. Bruxelles, 1882-+

AcrERB!, GiusEPPE. See Biblioteca italiana.

22. AckrrBavu-Zerrune. Allgemeine illustrirte landwirthschaftliche Zcitung ftir Nord- und Siiddeutschland. Organ fiir praktische Land- wirthschaft,Gartenbau, Hauswirthschaft, W einbau, Forstwirthschatt, Jagd, Fischerei, Sport, Agriculturchemie, volkswirthschaftliche und naturwissenschaftliche Fragen, Handel, Verkehr, Statistik, Gesund- heitspflege und einschlagende Literatur. Redigirt von R. Noack. 3 vols., fol. Berlin, 1873-75.

23. AckrrR- UND GARTENBAU-ZeErruNG. Zeitschrift fiir Landwirthschatt, Viehzucht, Obstbau, Blumen und Bienenzucht und den Familien- kreis. Redakteur: Rudolph A. Koss. 18 vols., fol. New York, Detroit und Milwaukee, 1870—82-++

ACKERMANN’S ILLUSTRIRTE GEWERBE-ZuItTUNG. See Illustrirte wiener Gewerbe-Zeitung.

ACKERMANN’S (R.) Repostrory or Fasuions, [etc.] See Repository of Arts, Literature, Commerce, [etc. ]

24. Acra eruprroruM [que Lipsiz publicantur]. 50 vols., sm. 4to. Lipsiz, 1682-1731.

Actorum eruditorum quie Lipsize publicantur supplementa. 10 vols., sm. 4to. Lipsice, 1692-1734.

Indices generales auctorum et rerum primi (I-v) actorum erudito- rum qua Lipsiz publicantur decennii, nec non supplementorum tomi primi (I-x). 5 vols.,sm. 4to. Lipsiw, 1693, 1704, 1714, L7o, and. Lise.

25. <Acra (Nova) ERUDITORUM, ann. 1732-’76 publicata. 45 vols., sm. Ato. Lipsis, 1732-’82.


Ad Nova acta eruditorum qui Lipsiz publicantur supplementa. 8 vols., sm. 4to. Lipsize, 1735-57.

Indices generales autorum et rerum sexti actorum eruditorum que Lipsize publicantur decennii quod est novorum actorum primum, nec non supplementorum ad noya acta tomi I-Iy. sm. 4to. Lipsiz, 1745.

26. Acta HELVETICA PHYSICO-MATHEMATICO-BOTANICO-MEDICA, figuris nonnullis illustrata et in usus publicos exarata. 1751-77. 8 vols., Ato... Bailie: Volea.slvb2° om, ibd; am, 17583 aye Wis ve 1762: yu 1.767 = var, L772; yuu, 1777.

. Followed by : [a.] Nova Acta Helvetica physico-mathematico-botanico-medica. 1 vol., 4to. Basilize, 1787.

27, Acra Lirerarta Surecta, Upsalize publicata. 1720-29. 2 vols., Ato. Upsala. Continued under the title : [a.] Acta Literaria et Scientiarum Suecie. 1730-39. 2 vols. (ut, 1730-34; rv, 1735-39), 4to. Upsala. Continued under the title: [b.] Acta Regie Societatis Scientiarum Upsaliensis. 1740-’50. 5 vols., 4to. Upsala, 1744-51. Continued under the title: [e.] Nova Acta Regie Societatis Scientiarum Upsaliensis. 1773- 1850. 14 vols., 4to. Upsala.

[d.] Series Tertia. 1851-75. 10 vols. Upsala. 1855-76.

98. AcTrA MEDICA ET PHILOSOPHICA Harntensta. Thomas Bartholi- nus. 65 vols., 4to. Hafniz, 1673-1680.

29. AcTA PHYSICO-MEDICA EXHIBENTIA EPHEMERIDES, sive observa- tiones, historias et experimenta a celeberrimis viris habita, singulari studio collecta. 10 vols., 4to. Norimbergs, 1727-4. Continued under the title : [a.] Nova acta physico-medica exhibentia ephemerides. 8 vols., Ato. Norimberge, 1758-91. Followed by: [b.] Verhandlungen der Leopoldinisch-Carolinischen Akademie der Naturforscher. 29 vols., 4to. Nuirnberg, 1818-75. Acta Reet Socreratis ScIENTIARUM UPSALIENIS. See Acta Literaria Suecia. 30. AcrorUM ERUDITORUM syNopsis, id est opuscula actis eruditorum inserta, quee ad mathesin, physicam, medicinam, anatomiam, chirur- giam et philologiam pertinent. 7 vols., 4to. Venezia, 1740-46. Cf. Acta eruditorum.








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Aaricuttor (EL) Navarro. (?) vols. Pamplona, 18**—’80-+ AGRICULTOR (O) PROGREssISTA. Rio de Janeiro, 18**—’80-+ AGRICULTURA EspANoua. (?) vols. Sevilla, 1861-68. AGRICULTURAL Economist. 11 (?) vols. London, 1870-’80-+ AGRICULTURAL (THE) ENGINEER. London, 1880+

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AuLFABETO (L’). Giornale di scienze, lettere ed arti, seritto per le famiglie e per le scuole. 1 no.,16mo. Firenze, 18**,

ALGEMEEN INDUSTRIEEL VOLKSBLAD VAN NEDERLAND. Amster- dam, 18**—’80+- ALGEMEEN MAGAZIJN VAN WETENSCHAP, KONST EN SMAAK. 9 vols., 8vo. Amsterdam, 1789-95. Continued under the title: [a.] Nieuwe algemeen magazijn, [etc.] 5 vols., 8vo. Amsterdam, 1794-98.

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*A LLGEMEINE BAYERISCHE Hopren-ZerruneG. Organ der bayerischen

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Continued under the title:


[b.] Allgemeine Hopfen-Zcitung. Blitter fiir Hopfenbau und Hopfenhandel, Brauwesen, und Landwirthschaft. Organ der deutschen Bierbrauerei. Redigirt von J.Carl. 2 vols. (x1, x11), 4to. Ntirnberg, 1871, ’72.

$5. ALLGEMEINE BEITRAGE zUR BEFORDERUNG DES ACKERBAUES, DER Kinste UND GEWERBE. Herausgegeben von J. G. Geissler. 2 parts, 8vo. Leipzig, 1800.

86. ALLGEMEINE BERG- UND HUTTENMANNISCHE ZEITUNG, mit beson- derer Berticksichtigung der Mineralogie und Geologie. Redacteur: Carl Hartmann. Neue Folge. 5 vols., 4to. Quedlinburg, 1859- 63 []] 2] The jirst series of this journal forms vols. 1-xvi1 of Berg- und hiitten- miinnische Zeitung, q. v.

87. *ALLGEMEINE BOTANISCHE BIBLIOTHEK DES NEUNZEHNTEN JAHR- HUNDERTS, welche Recensionen, Abhandlungen, Aufsiitze, Neuig- keiten und Nachrichten, die Botanik betreffend, enthalt. Heraus- gegeben von der Konigl. baierischen botanischen Gesellschaft zu , Regensburg. [From vol. tv, redigirt von David Hoppe.] 7 vols. Erlangen, Niirnberg, und Altdorf, 1802-’08.

Also under the title : Botanische Zeitung, welche Recensionen - - - enthilt. ALLGEMEINE BRAUER- UND Hopren-Zerrunc. See Allgemeine Hopfen- Zeitung.

88. AviGemene CHemiker-Zeitunc. Central-Organ fiir Chemiker, Techniker, Ingenicure, Maschinenbauer, Fabrikanten chemisch- technischer Apparate. Correspondenzblatt chemisch-technischer und Gewerbe-Vereine. Chemisches Central-Annoncenblatt. Her- ausgegeben yon G. Krause. 4 yols., 4to. Cothen, 1877~80+

In 1879 the prefix Allgemeine was dropped.


HUuNDERTS. Herausgegeben yon J. B. Trommsdorff. 5 vols., 8vo. Erfurt, 1801-’05.

90. *ALLUGEMEINE (NEUE) DEUTSCHE GARTEN- UND BLUMEN-ZEITUNG. Eine Zeitschrift fiir Garten- und Blumenfreunde, fiir Kunst- und Handelsgirtner. Herausgegeben und redigirt von Rudolph Mett- ler. [Vols. v-virr by Eduard Otto.] 8 vols., 8vo. Hamburg, 1845-’52.

Continued under the title :

[a.] Hamburger Garten- und Blumen-Zeitung. Eine Zeitschrift fir Garten- und Blumenfreunde, fiir Kunst- und Handels- giirtner. Herausgegeben und redigirt von Eduard Otto. 28 yols. (IX-XxXXVI), 8vo. Hamburg, 1853-’80++


91. ALLGEMEINE DEUTSCHE GARTEN-ZEITUNG. Herausgegeben von der praktischen Gartenbau-Gesellschaft in Frauendorf. 12 vols. [1 vol. per annum not numbered], 4to. Passau, 1823-’34.

92. ALLGEMEINE DEUTSCHE NATURHISToRIscHE Zerrunc. Im Auf- trage der Gesellschaft Ists in Dresden in Verbindung mit Geinitz,

Gossel von Kiesenwetter, [and others,] herausgegeben von C. Tr.

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Continued under the title :

[a.] Allgemeine deutsche naturhistorische Zeitung. Im Auftrage der Gesellschaft Ists in Dresden in Verbindung mit aus- wartigen und einheimschen Gelehrten herausgegeben von Adolph Drechsler. 4 vols., roy. 8vo. Hamburg, 1855- D8,

93. ALLGEMEINE DEUTSCHE POLYTECHNISCHE ZrrrunG. Unter Mit- wirkung von Mitgliedern der Genossenschaft deutscher Civil Inge- nieure, der polytechnischen Gesellschaft in Berlin und vieler Inge- nieure und Professoren herausgegeben yon Dr. Hermann Grothe. 8 vols., folio. Berlin, 1873—80-+

94. ALLGEMEINE DEUTSCHE TouRISTEN-ZEITUNG. Fol. Frankfurt a. M., 1879+