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mas, 1873, to Michaelmas, 1881." Oxford : Printed at the University Press. ... ... ... ... 1882 Circular asking for suggestions for a Girls' Edition of Shakespeare. Oxford : Printed at the University Press 1882 [Two different forms, one pp. 2, the other pp. 4.] " Euclid, Books I. and IL" London : Macmillan. Printed in Oxford. Pp. xi+io8. 8vo. Cloth. 2s. 1882 [Seven editions were subsequently published.] "Dreamland." A Song. Words by Lewis Carroll; music by Rev. C. E. Hutchinson. Oxford : Printed at the University Press. ... ... ... ... 1882 " Mischmasch." (A game invented by the Rev. C. L. Dodgson.) Oxford : Printed at the University Press. Two editions. ... ... ... ... 1882 " Rhyme ? and Reason ? " By Lewis Carroll. With sixty-five illustrations by Arthur B. Frost, and nine by Henry Holiday. London : Macmillan. Pp. xii + 214, cr. 8vo. Cloth. 7s. 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Oxford: Printed by Sheppard 1890 Circular, addressed to the Governing Body of Christ Church, Oxford, about the proposal to invite M.A.'s to dine at High Table 1891 "A Postal Problem." June, 189 1 1891 Ditto, Supplement 1891 A Circular about Resignation of Curatorship. Oxford: Printed by Sheppard 1892 A Circular about " unparliamentary " words used by some competitors in the "Syzygies" competition in The Lady. Oxford : Printed by Sheppard. ... 1892 " Curiosissima Curatoria." By 'Rude Donatus.' (A Pamphlet sent to all resident members of Christ Church Common Room.) Oxford: Printed by Sheppard 1892 " Eighth Paper on Logic." Oxford : Printed by Sheppard. ... ... ... ... ... ... 1892 [A revised version of one page was printed in same year.] " Ninth Paper on Logic." Oxford : Printed by Shep- pard 1892 " Notes to Logic Papers Eight and Nine." Oxford : Printed by Sheppard. ... ... ... ... 1892 " Curiosa Mathematica, Part IIL Pillow Problems," thought out during wakeful hours, by C. L. Dodgson. London, Macmillan : Printed in Oxford. Pp. xvii+109, 8vo. Cloth, ist and 2nd editions. (Reprinted in 1894, 1895.) ••• ••• ••• 1893 " Syzygies and Lanrick." By Lewis Carroll. London : The Lady office. Pp. 26. 6d. ... ... ... 1893 " Sylvie and Bruno Concluded." By Lewis Carroll. With forty-six illustrations by Harry Furniss. London : Macmillan. Pp. xxi + 423, cr. 8vo. Cloth, gilt edges. 7s. 6d. (Now in its 3rd thousand.) ... ... ... ... "... ... 1893 [The picture on p. 409 was drawn by Miss Alice Havers.] '•A Disputed Point in Logic." ... ... ... ... 1894 " What the Tortoise said to Achilles." (Reprinted from Mind, December, 1894.) Pp. 4. ... ... ... 1894 " A Fascinating Mental Recreation for the Young." (A circular about Symbolic Logic, signed " Lewis Carroll.") (?)i895 " Resident Women-Students." (A circular, signed " Charles L Dodgson.") Oxford : Printed by Sheppard. ... ... ... ... ... ... 1896 " Symbolic Logic. Part I. Elementary." By Lewis Carroll. London: Macmillan. 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