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LIST OF THE
BROOKLYN EAGLE LIBRARIES
Published Monthly and oftener if Required.
BOOKS THUS FAR PUBLISHED ARE :
No. 1-The Constitution of the State of New
York. No. 2-Candidates for Election in 1894. No. 3—Questions and Answers. (Out of Print.) No. 4-The New Ballot Law. No. 5-Report of American Board of Foreign
Missions. No. 6-Candidates for Election in 1895. No. 7-The Raines Excise Law and the Greater
New York Bill. No. 8_The "Purple Rim" and Other Stories. No. 9_The Presidential Candidates, Party
Platforms, etc. No. 10—The Preliminary Draft of the Charter
for Greater New York. No. 11_Dr. Storrs' Golden Jubilee. No. 12–Prosposed Charter of the Greater New
York. No. 13—The Charter of the Greater New York
and Report of the Commission as submitted
to the Legislature. Price, 10 cents. No. 14—Amendments to the Raines Excise Law, No. 15–New Election Districts of Brooklyn. No. 16–The Charter of the Greater New York
as Adopted by the Legislature. No. 17-Dr. Abbott's Lectures on the Bible.
(Out of Print.) No. 18_-Questions and Answers. No. 19_The Charter of the City of New York. No. 20—The Bible-Discourses by Dr. Behrends
and Mul's Letters. No. 21-The Voters' Guide. No. 22--Consolidation Number, No. 23_-The New Primary Law and Civil Ser.
vice Rules of New York City.
No. 24—Question and Answers, 1898.
Amendments. Price, 10 cents.
Law. (Out of Print.) No. 29–New York State Canal Frauds. No. 30—The Political Campaign of 1898. No. 31-The Federal Bankruptcy Law of 1898,
with Tabulated Index Time Table and Tariff, Supreme Court Rules, Forms, etc., by Theodore Aub, Referee in Bankruptcy in New
York City. Cloth cover, small size, Price, $1. No. 32– The Civil Service Law of New York
State, with the Municipal Rules made by the New York State Commission ; the Ford Tax Franchise Law, and the Ahearn and
McCarren Teachers' Bills. No. 32A–A complete review of the Spanish.
American War (Illustrated). No 33–Municipal Ownership. Articles by
William H. Muldoon (Illustrated). No. 34-Spoopendyke sketches by Stanley
Huntley, 224 pages, Paper Cover. Price, 281
cents. Cloth Cover, 50 cents. No. 35– The Charter of the City of New York,
with amendments, passed by the Legislatures
of 1898 and 1899. Price, 10 cents. No. 36– The Primary and Election Laws as
Amended by the Legislature of 1899. Price,
10 cents. No. 37—The Building Code of New York City,
adopted by the Municipal Assembly October, 10, 1899. Price, 6 cents,
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