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The annually published "Proceedings" of the American Philological Association contain an account of the doings at the annual meeting, brief abstracts of the papers read, reports upon the progress of the Association, and lists of its officers and members.
The annually published “Transactions" give the full text of such articles as the Executive Committee decides to publish. The Proceedings are bound with them as an Appendix.
For the contents of Volumes I-XXXI inclusive, see Volume XXXIV,
pp. cxliii ff.
The contents of the last five volumes are as follows:
1901.- Volume XXXII.
Wheeler, B. I.: The causes of uniformity in phonetic change.
1900. Proceedings of the thirty-third annual session, Cambridge, 1901.
1902. — Volume XXXIII.
Earle, M. L. : Studies in Sophocles's Trachinians.
ployed by Horace.
Shipley, F. W.: Numeral corruptions in a ninth century Ms. of Livy.
1903. – Volume XXXIV.
A study in the verse of Terence. March, F. A. : Three new types. Proceedings of the thirty-fifth annual meeting, New Haven, 1903. Proceedings of the fourth annual meeting of the Philological Association of the
Pacific Coast, San Francisco, 1902.
1904. — Volume XXXV.
Ferguson, W. S. : Historical value of the twelfth chapter of Plutarch's Life of
Pericles. Botsford, G. W.: On the distinction between Comitia and Concilium Radford, R. S.: Studies in Latin accent and metric. Johnson, C. W. L.: The Accentus of the ancient Latin grammarians. Bolling, G. M.: The Çāntikalpa of the Atharva-Veda. Rand, E. K.: Notes on Ovid. Goebel, J.: The etymology of Mephistopheles. Proceedings of the thirty-sixth annual meeting, St. Louis, 1904. Proceedings of the fifth and sixth annual meetings of the Philological Association
of the Pacific Coast, San Francisco, 1903, 1904.
1905. - Volume XXXVI.
Sanders, H. A.: The Oxyrhynchus epitome of Livy and Reinhold's lost
chronicon. Meader, C. L. : Types of sentence structure in Latin prose writers. Stuart, D. R.: The reputed influence of the dies natalis in determining the
inscription of restored temples. Bennett, C. E.: The ablative of association. Harkness, A. G.: The relation of accent to elision in Latin verse.
Bassett, S. E. : Notes on the bucolic diaeresis.
Pacific Coast, San Francisco, 1905.
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