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I. The English Bible Wyclif to Coverdale. By H. W.
HOARE.

.Nineteenth Century.... 1
II. Hymn--In the Time of War and Tumults. By HENRY
NEWBOLT

11
III. Surprise in War, from a Military and a National Point
of View. By T. MILLER MAGUIRE..

National Review...

12
IV. Epping Forest. By P. ANDERSON GRAHAM. Longman's Magazinue.. 19
V. In Andalusia with a Bicycle. By JOSEPH PENNELL. ..Contemporary Revier. 24
VI. England's Duties as a Neutral. By JOHN MACDONELL... Nineteenth Century. 33
VII. Commercial Edu tion in France and in England. By
ERNEST E. WILLIAMS......

Saturday Review...

42 VII. A March Hare. By CHARLES STRACHEY.

Longman's Magazine. 45 IX. An Old Family Portrait. By H. N. M..

57 X. The Ruin of Spain. By E. J. DILLON.

Contemporary Reviein.. 53
XI. Panics and Prices. By GEORGE YARD.

Cornhill Magazine.. ..
XII A Rock in the British Atlantic...

. Spectator

87
XIII. The Philosophy of Impressionism. By C. F. KEARY.. Blackwood's Magazine.. 89
XIV. A Visit to the Philippines. By CLAES ERICSSON. .. Contemporary Revier. 95
XV. Painting in Enamels. By HUBERT HERKOMER. Fortnightly Reviero ...... 101
XVI. E. Meissonier--Personal "Recollections and Anecdotes.
By CHARLES YRIARTE..

..Nineteenth Century.. 104
XVII. “Made in Japan".

... Chambers's Journal... 117 XVIII.“ Lloyd's.” By WILLIAM C. MACKENZIE,

Good Words...

119 XIX. Mine-Salting...

Chambers's Journal....... 123 XX. The French Peasant.

Spectator'....

127 XXI. Bachelor Women. By STEPHEN GWYNN

Contemporary Revierd.. 130 XXII. Grief and God. By STEPHEN PHILLỊPS..

Cornhill.

136 XXIII. The Fate of the Philippines...

Spectator":

138 XXIV. The Two Cobblers of Bruges. By RANGER: GULL. Saturday Revier.

140 XXV. The Weakest Poiut of Representative Government. Spectator.

142 XXVI. Temagami. By ARCHIBAL,1) LAMPMAN.......

144

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CONTENTS.

PAGE, I. Egypt, 1881 to 1897. By EDWARD DICEY... .Fortnightly Review 145 II. Great Britain o. France and Russia. By J. N. HAMPSON. National Review..

159 JII. The Fine-Art of Living. By MARTIN CONWAY.. .Nineteenth Century.

173
IV. R. L. Stevenson : Characteristics. By J. A. MACCUL-
LOCH..

Westminster Review...... 182
V. Hymn-In the Time of War and Tumults. By HENRY
NEWBOLT....

.. Longman's Magazine..... 194 VI. The Law of Nations. By J. E. R. STEPHENS.. Gentleman's Magazine, ... 195 VII. The Dread of Death...

. Spectator..

201 VIII. The Microbe in Agriculture. By C. M. AIKMAN. .Nineteenth Century. 204 IX. Fortuitous Discovery..

Chambers's Journal..

209 X. Poetry, Poets, and Poetical Powers. By JUDIUS. Westminster Review. 212 XI. Wild Beasts' Skins in Commerce.

.Spectator.

221 XII. Mrs. Fenimore. By J. W. SHERER.

Gentleman's Magazine.... 224 XIII. The Selfishness of Englishmen.

Spectator....

231 XIV.

Splendid Isolation or What? By HENRY M.
STANLEY..

.Nineteenth Century...... 234 XV. The Ethics of the Tramp. By F. M. F. SKENE.. Cornhill Magazine....

240

244 XVI. Modern Language Teaching. By ELIZABETH LECKY.. Longman's Magazine..

251 XVII. Spain and the Philippine Islands. By John FOREMAN. Contemporary Reviero..... XVIII. Mr. Gladstone. 1. By CANON MALCOLM MACCOLL... Fortnightly Řeview....... 261

270 XIX. Opportunity. By JOHN J. INGALLS., XX. The Capture of Havana by England, 1762. By JOHN ADYE..

.Nineteenth Century... 271 XXI. The Balance of Power.

. Contemporary Review....

276 XXII. Tbe “Ruba'iyat” of Omar Khayyam..

Gentleman's Magazine.... 287 XXIII. At Sunset....

288

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Chambers's Biographical Dictionary. Uniform with Chambers's Concise Gazetteer. Crown 8vo. Half morocco, $3.50.

A concise pronouncing biographical dictionary containing memoirs of all well-known personages of this and other countries.

PREVIOUS VOLUMES.

Walsh's Handy-Book of Literary Curi- Worcester's Comprehensive Dictionary, osities.

Revised, Enlarged, and Profusely Illustrated. A Collection of the Bric-a-Brac of Literature.

$2.50. $3.50. Brewer's Historic Note-Book.

Roget's Thesaurus.

A Treasury of English Words. Classified and A Dictionary of Historic Terms and Phrases.

Arranged so as to Facilitate the Expression $3.50.

of Ideas and Assist in Literary Composition. The Writer's Handbooks

$2.50. A. General Guide to the Art of Composition Ancient and Modern Familiar Quotaand Style. $2.50.

tions. Brewer's Reader's Handbook

From the Greek, Latin, and Modern Lan. Of Facts, Characters, Plots, and References.

guages. $2.50. $3.50.

Chambers's Concise Gazetteer of the Brewer's Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. World.

Giving the Derivation, Source, or Origin of about 20,000 Common Phrases, Illusions, and

$3.50. Words that have A Tale to Tell. $3.90.

Great Truths by Great Authors. Brewer's Dictionary of Miracles.

A Dictionary of Aids to Reflections, etc. $2.50. Imitative, Realistic, and Dogmatic. With Illustrations. $2.50.

Bombaugh's Gleanings

for the Curious Edwards's Words, Facts, and Phrases.

from the Marvest-Fields of LiteraA Dictionary of Curious, Quaint, and Out-of.

ture. the-Way Matters. $2.50.

A Melange of Excerpts. $3.50.

15 vols. Crown 8vo. Half morocco, gilt top, in box. Each volume sold separately.

E. R. PELTON, Publisher, 19 East 16th Street,

New York.

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SEPTEMBER.

CONTENTS.
I. The Anglo-American Future. By FREDERICK GREEN-

PAGE.
WOOD..

.Nineteenth Century. 289 II. Are the Americans Anglo-Saxons ?.

.Spectator...

296 III. At Sunset,

298 IV. The Philippine Islanders. By LUCY M. J. GARNETT. . Fortnightly Review.. 299 V. Will-Makers' Whims.

Household Words..

310 VI. A Plea for the Liberty of the Individual. By J. PARRINGTON POOLE...

Westminster Review. 312 VII. The Haunted City. By A. ST. JOHN ADCOCK. Spectator.

316 VIII. The Military Terror in France. By L. J. MaxsE. National Review.

317 IX. The Weakest Point of Representative Government. Spectator.

325 X. On Style in English Prose. By FREDERIC HARRISON.. Nineteenth Century.

327 XI. Gossamer Threads....

Pall Mall Magazine.. 335 XII. Notes from the Country of “ Adam Bede.

By JOHN
HYDE.

Gentleman's Magazine.. 336 XIII. The Revolt in Italy. By GIOVANNI DALLA VECCHIA.. Contemporary Review.... 341 XIV. The Special Attraction of Golf..

. Blackwood's Magazine.... 346 XV. Children's Ways...

Spectator..

351 XVI. Wanted-An Opera. By J. A. FULLER MAITLAND. Nineteenth Century. 353 XVII. Aerial Voyages..

Temple Bar...

359 XVIII. Violins and Girls. By H. R. HAWEIS.

Contemporary Revieu. 365 XIX. Li Hung Chang's Furs..

. Spectator

369 XX. Humors of the Theatre. By ROBERT M. SILLARD. Cornhill Magazine... 372 XXI. The Sorrows of Waiting..

380 XXII. Frozen Food. By LEONARD W. LILLINGSTON. Good Words

382 XXIII. A Night in Time of War. By EDMUND GOSSE.

387 XXIV. The Retreat from Moscow. By A. J. BUTLER .Cornhill Magazine.. 388 XXV. The Spaniards in Cuba. By ANTONIO GONZALO PEREZ, LL.D., HAVANA UNIVERSITY..

Nineteenth Century....

395 XXVI. Her Answer. By E. GIBSON..

Gentleman's Magazine.... 402 XXVII. The Preservation of Hearing. By WILLIAM B. DALBY. Longman's Magazine..... 403 XXVIII. Compressed Air and Electricity. By P. KROPOTKIN...Nineteenth Century..

408 XXIX. A Quack's Triumph.....

Chambers's Journal... 414 XXX. American “ Yellow Journalism. By ELIZABETH L. Banks..

..Nineteenth century. 422 XXXI. Summer. By MARY A. M. Marks.

...Good Words.

431 XXXII. Home and Friendship. By B. J. M. DONNE.

432

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