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Carl Van Vechten (1880–1964).  The Tiger in the House. 1922.
  
Bibliography: XIII
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About Cats; London Society; January 1872; Vol. 21, P. 69. Signed, Philo-felis.   1
  Achard, Émile: The history of my friends or home life with animals; translated from the French; G. P. Putnam’s Sons; New York; 1875. Illustrated with drawings. Matapon the First, P. 180.   2
  Addison, Joseph: Cat-calls; The Spectator; Thursday, April 24, 1712.   3
  Addison, Joseph: Moll White and her cat; The Spectator; Saturday, July 4, 1711.   4
  Ailurophobia: Current Literature; August 1905; Vol. 39, P. 186. Quotations from S. Weir Mitchell and Andrew Lang.   5
  Affable Hawk: Cats; The New Statesman: Books in General; February 28, 1920.   6
  Anecdotes of the Cat: Chambers’s Miscellany; Edinburgh; Vol. 6.   7
  Atkins, J. B.: Side-Shows; Christophers; London; 1908. The New Cat, P. 1.   8
  Atom: Cats, Everyman; London; November 8, 1919.   9
  Barnicoat, C. A.: The Cat and the Human; Temple Bar; London; 1906; N. s. Vol. 2, P. 162.  10
  Bates, Katherine Lee: Sigurd Our Golden Collie and other comrades of the road; E. P. Dutton and Co.; 1919. Catastrophes, P. 324.  11
  Belloc, Hilaire: On Nothing and Kindred Subjects; Methuen and Co.; London; 1908. On Them is an essay on cats.  12
  Benson, Margaret: The Soul of a Cat, and other stories; William Heinemann; London; 1901. Illustrations from photographs and drawings by Henriette Ronner. G. P. Putnam Sons issued the American edition in New York the same year. The papers of interest to cat-lovers are: Preface, P. V.; The Soul of a Cat, P. 1; The Mysterious Ra, P. 85; Mentu, P. 97; Epilogue, P. 141.  13
  Borrow, George: Wild Wales. The ecclesiastical cat appears in Chapter VII and also elsewhere in the book.  14
  Boyle, Frederick: Taming Animals; Living Age; June 3, 1911; Vol. 269, P. 599. From the Cornhill Magazine.  15
  Broderip, W. J.: Zoological Recreations; Henry Colburn; London; 1849 (new edition with alterations). Cats, Part II, P. 191.  16
  Bullen, Frank T.: Cats on Board Ship; The Spectator; April 8, 1899; Vol. 82, P. 484.  17
  C. T. L.: Some cats I have known: a reminiscence; Old and New; Boston; April 1873; Vol. 7, P. 462.  18
  The Cat; Household Words; April 18, 1857; Vol. 15, P. 369. This is a review of Lady Cust’s book with some additional matter.  19
  The Cat—Ancient and Modern; Chambers’s Journal; March 16, 1878; Vol. 55, P. 171.  20
  Cats; Chambers’s Journal; July 3, 1875; Vol. 52, P. 430.  21
  Cats; Chambers’s Journal; March 23, 1872; Vol. 49, p. 177.  22
  Cats; with some account of the Tooten Toon; Chambers’s Journal; April 11, 1868; Vol. 45, P. 225. This is a review of Ross’s book with a good deal of additional matter.  23
  Cat Stories; All the Year Round; June 7, 1862; Vol. 7, P. 308.  24
  The Cat About Town; The Spectator; Vol. 80, P. 197.  25
  The Cat and the Bell-Collar; Atlantic Monthly; August 1913; Vol. 112. P. 282.  26
  Cats in Catholic Ritual; The Month; London; August 1896; Vol. 87, P. 487.  27
  Cats and Dogs; Leisure Hour; December 6, 1862; Vol. 2, P. 788.  28
  Cats as Government Servants; World Today; December 1910; Vol. 19, P. 1416. Illustrated with photographs.  29
  The Cat in Literature; The Spectator; Vol. 80, P. 300.  30
  The Cat as Wild Animal; The Spectator; September 12, 1896; Vol. 77, P. 333.  31
  Catacaustic Reflections; Atlantic Monthly; February 1915; Vol. 115, P. 285.  32
  The Cat as an Unconscious Humorist; The Spectator; August 2, 1890; Vol. 65, P. 145.  33
  The Cat Lady; The Outlook; June 10, 1911; Vol. 98, P. 287.  34
  The Cat Show at the Crystal Palace; Saturday Review; October 20, 1883; Vol. 56, P. 500. This was the fifteenth annual cat show in London.  35
  A Chapter on Cats; Chambers’s Journal; January 10, 1852; Vol. 17, P. 27.  36
  A Chapter on Cats; The Knickerbocker Magazine; December 1839, P. 556.  37
  Clark, Harriet Woodward: An unappreciated suburbanite; Suburban Life; September 1907; Vol. 5, P. 172. Illustrated with a photograph.  38
  A Climbing Cat; The Living Age; December 21, 1912; Vol. 275, P. 759. From The Spectator.  39
  Concerning Cats; Appleton’s Journal; New York; May 27, 1871; Vol. 5, P. 613.  40
  Concerning Cats; Leisure Hour; 1883; Vol. 32, Pages 48, 94, 161, 224. Illustrated with drawings.  41
  Conway, W. M.: The Cats of Ancient Egypt; English Illustrated Magazine; January 1980; Vol. 7, P. 251.  42
  Coulson, G. J. A.: Cats, New Eclectric; Baltimore; August 1869; Vol. 5, P. 172.  43
  Curiosities of Cats; Once a Week; London; December 26, 1863; Vol. 10, P. 16.  44
  Cursory Cogitations Concerning Cats; Blackwood’s; November 1839; Vol. 46, p. 653.  45
  Day, Clarence, jr.: The Great Cats in This Simian World; Alfred A. Knopf; New York; 1920. Illustrated by the author.  46
  De Forest, J. W.: The Cats of Antiquity; Atlantic Monthly; May 1874; Vol. 33, P. 556.  47
  De Forest, J. W.: Modern Cats: Atlantic Monthly; June 1874; Vol. 33, P. 737.  48
  Docquois, Georges: Bêtes et Gens de Lettres; Flammarion; Paris; 1895. With a cover in colours by Steinlen.  49
  Douglas, A. Donald: Of Cats, The Forum; March 1914; Vol. 51, P. 415.  50
  Dumas, Alexandre: My Pets, translated by Alfred Allinson from Mes Bêtes; with sixteen illustrations by V. Lecomte; the Macmillan Co.; New York; 1909.  51
  Durand, James: A Household Pet; Cosmopolitan; January 1887; Vol. 2, P. 312.  52
  Employment for Cats; The Living Age; October 15, 1910; Vol. 267, P. 184. From The Spectator.  53
  A Few Words About Cats; Temple Bar; November 1881; Vol. 63, P. 378.  54
  Froude, James Anthony: Short Studies on Great Subjects: First Series; Longmans Green; London; 1867 (second edition). The Cat’s Pilgrimage, P. 419.  55
  Gautier, Théophile: Baudelaire and the Cat; in Gautier’s preface to Fleurs de Mal, Pages 33, 334, 35; Calmann-Lévy; paris.  56
  Goldsmith, Gertrude: The Serpent in Eden: Suburban Life; July 1913; Vol. 17, P. 12. Illustrated with photographs.  57
  Gosse, Edmund: Gossip in a Library. Cats is an essay on Augustin Paradis de Moncrif.  58
  Graves, C. L.: The Diversions of a Music Lover; Macmillan and Co.; London; 1904; A Musical Celebrity, P. 219.  59
  G. Y.: “Mole”; The Spectator; January 13, 1912; Vol. 108, P. 51.  60
  Hamerton, Philip Gilbert: Chapters on Animals; Seeley, Jackson and Halliday; London; 1874. With twenty etchings by J. Veyrassat and Karl Bodmer. Chapter IV, P. 43, is devoted to cats.  61
  Havet, Mireille: Le maison dans I’oeil du chat; Georgesès et cie; Paris; 1917. Avertissement de Colette Willy. Dessins de Jeanne de Lanux. Two pieces in this book concern cats, the title paper, P. 65, and Le chat, P. 151.  62
  Hearn, Lafcadio: Kotto: being Japanese curios with sundry cobwebs; Macmillan and Co.; New York; 1902. Illustrations by Genjiro Yeto. Pathological, P. 217, is a cat paper.  63
  Herendeen, Anne: The Case of Mouser vs. Bowser; Everybody’s Magazine; July 1919; Vol. 41, P. 41. Illustrations by Oliver Herford.  64
  The History of Cats; Saturday Review; May 6, 1882; Vol. 53, P. 558.  65
  Hopkins, Tighe: Cats; Leisure Hour; 1895; Vol. 44, P. 107. Illustrations by Louis Wain and A. Seiger.  66
  Howe, Arthur L.: Abolishing the stray cat nuisance; Suburban Life; January 1911; Vol. 12, P. 20. Illustrated with photographs.  67
  Howells, W. D.: Literature and Life; Harper and Brothers; New York; 1902. Jim, in Staccato Notes of a Vanished Summer, P. 261.  68
  Hunt, Leigh: The Cat by the Fire; first published in The Seer, this essay is to be found in the volume of selected papers in Walter Scott’s Camelot series.  69
  In praise of Cats; Living Age; January 9, 1909; Vol. 260, P. 124. From The Nation.  70
  Jerome, Jerome K.: Idle Thoughts of an Idle Fellow; Field and Tuer; London. On Cats and Dogs, P. 77.  71
  Jerome, Jerome K.: Novel Notes; Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton Kent; and Co.; London; 1893. Chapter VI (illustrated by Louis Wain) is devoted to cats.  72
  Kidd, W.: Love me, love my cat; Leisure Hour; November 28, 1861; Vol. 10, P. 75.  73
  L. J. S.: Cats and Poets; Lippincott’s; February 1885; Vol. 35, P. 177.  74
  Long, Andrew: At the Sign of the Ship; Longman’s Magazine; Vol. 2, P. 463; February 1888 (Puss in Boots); P. 571; March 1888 (Arsinoë’s Cats); Vol. 25, P. 215; December 1894; P. 320; January 1895 (cats and dogs); Vol. 31, P. 92; November 1897; P. 465; March 1898; P. 588; April 1898 (ailurophobia); Vol. 34, P. 280; July 1899; P. 380; August 1899 (with Walter Pollock’s poem, Le chat devant la guerre); Vol. 35, P. 382; November 1899; Vol. 44, P. 85; May 1904; Vol. 45, P. 382; February 1905. So far as I know these extremely interesting notes by Andrew Lang have not been collected in book form.  75
  Larrabee, W. H.: Cats and their Friendships; Popular Science Monthly; New York; May 1890; Vol. 37, P. 91. Illustrated with drawings.  76
  Larrabee, W. H.: The Intelligence of Cats; Popular Science Monthly; January 1891; Vol. 38, P. 368.  77
  Lautard, Henri: Chiens et Chats: la sympathie envers les animaux; Le Correspondent; Paris; 1906; Vol. 219 (N. S. Vol. 183), P. 999.  78
  The License of the Cat; Living Age; May 3, 1913; Vol. 277, P. 309. From The Spectator.  79
  Lord, J. K.: Cats; Leisure Hour; July 27, 1867; Vol. 16, P. 474.  80
  Loti, Pierre: Reflets sur la Sombre Route; Calmann-Lévy; Paris. Chiens et Chats, P. 49. Translated by Fred Rothwell as On Life’s Byways, this book was issued in London in 1914 by G. Bell and Sons, Ltd. Dogs and Cats is on P. 34.  81
  Lucas, E. V.: Landmarks; Macmillan Co.; New York; 1914. The Black Cat, Chap. X, P. 60.  82
  Lynd, Robert: The Book of This and That; Mills and Boon, Ltd.; London; 1915. On Black Cats, P. 137.  83
  Marquis, Don: Prefaces; D. Appleton and Co.; New York; 1919. Preface to a Cat Show Catalogue, P. 57.  84
  Maupassant, Guy de: La Petite Roque; Paul Ollendorff; Paris. Sur les chats, P. 185.  85
  Mayo, Isabella Fyvie: The Calumniated Cat; Humane Review; London; April 1902; P. 38.  86
  Miller, Olive Thorne (Harriet Mann Miller): Upon the Tree Tops; Houghton, Mifflin and Co.; Boston; 1897. The Idyl of an Empty Lot, Chap. XI, P. 192, is about cats.  87
  Mitchell, S. Weir: Cat Fear; Ladies’ Home Journal; March 1906.  88
  Moses, Joseph Winthrop: Something About Cats; New Eclectic; Baltimore; November 1870. Vol. 7, P. 604.  89
  My Cats; Once a Week; London; August 22, 1863; Vol. 9, P. 245.  90
  Notes on Cats; The Spectator; August 2, 1913; Vol. 3, P. 171.  91
  On Black Cats; London Magazine; March 1822; Vol. 5, P. 285.  92
  Our Family Cats; Leisure Hour; February 19, 1857; Vol. 6, P. 117.  93
  Outside Pets; Blackwood; December 1903; Vol. 174, P. 766.  94
  Owlett, F. C.: The Cat in Literature; Bibliophile; London; October 1908; Vol. 2, P. 82. Illustrated with drawings.  95
  Panton, J. E.: Cats and Kittens, or in defence of the cat; English Illustrated Magazine; March 1890; Vol. 7, P. 450. Illustrated by Louis Wain.  96
  Phoenix’s Feline Attachment; The Knickerbocker Magazine; July 1857, P. 87. A meeting of cats to consult concerning John Phoenix’s feline attachment; idem; September 1857.  97
  Puss; Chambers’s Journal; October 9, 1880; Vol. 57, P. 646.  98
  Pussy’s bit in the war; Literary Digest; December 6, 1919; Vol. 63.  99
  Pussy’s Notable Friends; Chambers’s Journal; Edinburgh; November 14, 1891; Vol. 68, P. 734. 100
  A Question of Animal Ethics; The Spectator; October 7, 1911; Vol. 107, P. 541. 101
  Repplier, Agnes: Americans and Others; Houghton, Mifflin Co.; Boston; 1912. The Grocer’s Cat, P. 273. 102
  Repplier, Agnes: Essays in Idleness: Houghton, Mifflin and Co.; Boston; 1893. Agrippina, P. 1. 103
  Repplier, Agnes: Essays in Miniature; Houghton, Mifflin Co.; 1899; Old World Pets P. 182. 104
  Repplier, Agnes: In the Dozy Hours; Houghton, Mifflin and Co.; Boston; 1894. A. Kitten, P. 16. This is a charming account of Agrippina’s son, Claudius Nero. 105
  Reserve and the Cat; Scribner’s Magazine; March 1919. 106
  Riis, Jacob A.: Slippers, the White House Cat; Saint Nicholas; January 1908; Vol. 35, P. 202. With an illustration. 107
  Robinson, Phil: The Poets’ Beasts; Chatto and Windus; London; 1885. Some Poets’ Cats, P. 337. 108
  Runciman, John F.: My French Cats; Saturday Review; London; April 2, 1904; Vol. 97, P. 424. 109
  St. Clair, George: The Cat and the Moon; Gentleman’s Magazine; London; 1901; Vol. 290, P. 251. 110
  Saint-Victor, Paul de: Les Chats; L’Artiste; Paris; 1870, P. 368. 111
  Sanborn, Kate; My Literary Zoo; D. Appleton and Co.; New York; 1896. The paper on cats begins on P. 75. 112
  Sandy; The Spectator; March 13, 1915; Vol. 114, P. 366. 113
  A Short Paper on Cats; Leisure Hour; February 12, 1857; Vol. 6, P. 107. 114
  Southey, Robert: The Doctor; Longmans, Green and Co.; London; 1865 (edition in one volume). Contains Memories of Cats’ Eden and Memoirs of the Cats of Greta Hall. 115
  Spaulding, Thomas Marshall: The Army Cat; Overland Monthly; December 1919; Vol. 74, P. 437. 116
  Spencer, Herman: Mark Twain and the Cat; Harper’s Weekly; February 9, 1907; Vol. 51, P. 194. 117
  Stables, Gordon: A Plea for Pussy; Leisure Hour; 1888; Vol. 37, P. 813. 118
  Stories of Cats; Chambers’s Journal; December 11, 1886; Vol. 63, P. 791. 119
  Stray Thoughts on Stray Cats; Argosy; London; March 1894; Vol. 57, P. 252. 120
  Strong, Prof. Herbert A.: The Cat; Chambers’s Journal; June 1, 1916; Ser. 7, Vol. 6, P. 356. 121
  Strong, H. A.: Some notes on the cat and the rat and the testimony of language as to their early history; Academy London; January 28, 1893; Vol. 43, P. 81. In the Academy for February 4, 1893, P. le P. Renouf has a corrective letter. 122
  Sylva, Carmen: My Kittens; Century; August 1908 Vol. 76, P. 538. Illustrated with photographs. 123
  Toussenel, Alphonse: L’esprit des bêtes; zoologie passionelle; mammifères de France; E. Dentu; Paris; 1858 (third edition). Le Chat, P. 226. Translated by M. Edgeworth Lazarus as Passional Zoology, or Spirit of the Beasts of France. 124
  Trueblood, Sarah E.: Cats by the Way; J. B. Lippincott Co.; Philadelphia; 1904. Illustrations by the author. 125
  Uncle Sam’s feline force of mail guardians; Literary Digest; April 12, 1919; P. 46. 126
  Van Tricht, Victor: Nos Familiers; Paul Godenne; Namur; 1890 (third edition). Vol. 1: Les familiers de la maison: chiens et chats. 127
  Vere, Schele de: Pussy; Harper’s Monthly; March 1870; Vol. 40, P. 481. The illustrations are mostly from Champfleury’s Les Chats. 128
  Warner, Charles Dudley: My Summer in a Garden; Houghton, Mifflin, and Co.; Boston. Fields, Osgood, and Co. issued this book in 1870. Mr. Warner’s Calvin appears in it several times. When Calvin died Mr. Warner wrote a special paper about him which first appeared, I think, in the Houghton, Mifflin edition of 1882, and has since been included in all subsequent editions. 129
  Webb, Charles Henry: Uncared-for Cats; Lippincott’s; August 1894; Vol. 54, P. 246. 130
  What has become of the half-million war cats?; Literary Digest; May 10, 1919. 131
  What the cat thinks of the dog; Unpopular Review; July 1918; Vol. 10, P. 205. 132
  Willy, Colette: La Paix Chez les Bêtes; Georges Crès et cie.; Paris; 1916. Frontispiece by Steinlen. Contains the following cat essays: Poum, P. 1; Prrou, P. 17; La Shah, P. 35; Le Matou, P. 45; Nonoche, P. 93; La Mère Chatte, P. 105; Le Tentateur, P. 113; Automne, P. 127; Le Naturaliste et la Chatte, P. 135; Ricotte, P. 153; Conte pour les Petits Enfants des Poilus, P. 221. 133
  Wilson, Francis: Lady Jule; Ladies’ Home Journal; November 1902. Illustrated with photographs. 134
  Wister, S. B. (the first installment is signed C. B.): Cats and Their Affections; Temple Bar; December 1895; Vol. 106, P. 557; and January 1896; Vol. 107, P. 84. 135
  Wood, Eugene: Mah-ow!; Delineator; July 1917; Vol. 91, P. 12. Illustrations by H. L. Drucklieb. This paper was written by a canophilist who hates cats. 136
  Wood, Rev. J. G.: Bible Animals: Longmans, Green, Reader, and Dyer; London; 1869. The Cat, P. 36. 137
  Wood, Rev. J. G.: Glimpses into Petland; Bell and Daldy; London; 1863. Pages 1–84 about the cat, Pret. With a frontispiece by Walter Crane. 138
  Wynter, Andrew: Fruit Between the Leaves; Chapman and Hall; London; 1875. Two volumes. Eccentric Cats, Vol. 2, P. 108. 139



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