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HISTORICAL STUDIES

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HARVARD HISTORICAL STUDIES.

I. The Suppression of the African Slave-Trade to the United States of America, 1638-1870. By W. E. B. Du

Bois, Ph.D., Professor of History in Atlanta University. 8vo. $ 1.50 net.

II. The Contest over the Ratification of the Federal Constitution in Massachusetts. By S. B. Harding, A.M., Professor of History in Indiana University. 8vo. $ 1.35 net.

m. A Critical Study of Nullification In South Carolina. By D. F. Houston, A.M., President of the University of Texas. 8vo. $ 1.35 net.

IV. Nominations for Elective Office in the United States. By Frederick W. DALLINGER, A.M., Member of the Massachusetts Senate. Bvo. $ 1.50 net.

V. A Bibliography of British Municipal History. Including Guilds and Parliamentary Representation. By Charles Gross, Ph.D., Professor of History in Harvard University. 8vo.

$ 3.50 net.

VI. The Liberty and Free Soil Parties in the Northwest. By Theodore Clarke Smith, Ph.D., Professor of History in the University of Michigan. 8vo. $ 1.75 net.

VII. The Provincial Governor In the English Colonies of North America.

ByEVARTS BOUTELL GREENE, Ph.D., of the University of Illinois. 8vo.

$ 1.50 net.

VIII. The County Palatine of Durham.

A Study in Constitutional History. By G. T. Lapsley, Ph.D., Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge. 8vo.

$ 3.00 net.

IX. The Anglican Episcopate and the American Colonies. By Arthur Lvon Cross, Ph.D., Assistant Professor in the University of Michigan. Bvo. $ 3.50 net.

X. The Administration of the American Revolutionary Army. By Louts Clinton Hatch, Ph.D. 8vo.

%1.50 net.

XI. The Civil Service and the Patronage. By Carl Russell Fish, Ph.D., Assistant Professor in the University of Wisconsin. 8vo. f 3.00 net.

XII. The Development of Freedom of the Press in Massachusetts. By C. A. DUNIWAY, Associate Professor of History in Leland Stanford Jr. University. 8vo. $ 1.50 net.

XIII. The Seigniorial System in Canada. By W. 5. Munro, Ph.D., LL.D., Assistant Professor of Government in Harvard University. 8vo.

$ 3.00 net.

XIV. The Frankpledge System. By William Alfred Morris, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of European History in the University of Washington. Bvo. $ 1.75 net.

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THE PUBLIC LIFE OF
JOSEPH DUDLEY

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A STUDY OF
THE COLONIAL POLICY OF THE STUARTS
IN NEW ENGLAND

1660-1715
BY

EVERETT KIMBALL, Ph.d.

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF HISTORY IN SMITH COLLEGE

LONGMANS, GREEN, AND CO.

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