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Trevelyan, George Macaulay, Garibaldi's Defence of the Roman

Republic reviewed, 489.
Triggs, H. Inigo, The Art of Garden Design in Italy ’reviewed, 144.
Tyrrell, George, A Much-abused Letter ' reviewed, 78, 94–95.

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Voltaire (Morley) reviewed, 1.
Von Hugel, Baron Friedrich, “The Papal Commission and the
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Waite,, Arthur Edward, 'Lives of Alchemistical Philosophers'

reviewed, 28.
Wallace, Sir Donald Mackenzie, 'Russia' reviewed, 212.
Ward, Mrs. Wilfrid, 'Out of Due Time' reviewed, 78, 101-102.
Wells, H.G., 'In the Days of the Comet 'reviewed, 192, 206, 208-210.
Wölfflin, Heinrich, The Art of the Italian Renaissance reviewed,

107.
Wyndham, George, 'Ronsard and la Pléiade' reviewed, 353.

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Zola, Emile, ' La Fortune des Rougon ' reviewed, 299, 319-322.

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