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Davidson, Poems ;--Furness, Variorum ed. of Romeo and Juliet ;-Gage, Verses ;--Leland, Hans Breitmann as Uhlan ;-Morris, Earthly Paradise ;-Racine, The Suitors ;-Shakespeare's Merchant, by Rolfe ; Stanton, The Moneyless Man.
Sergeant Atkins;- Trollope, Sealed Packet;-Woven
of Many Threads.
lard, Building Stones :--Children's Victories ;--Cige,
NovrLS AND TALES. -De Mille, The Cryptogram ;-Gage,
Steps Upward ;-Sand, Snowman ;-Schovartz, Birth and Education ;-Schwartz, Guilt and Innocence ;
ship; 3. Domestic Economy.
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Judd. 75 C.......
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NOTES ON BOOKS AND AUTHORS. “ Books and Reading" is the significant title of ton). Mr. Darwin had originally intended this a volume written by Dr. Noah Porter, of Yale work as a posthumous publication, but the contin. College (Scribner)." This book is of very great ually-increasing interest manifested in his first importance. Prof. Porter is one of the ripest work, “ On the Origin of Species," induced him scholars and one of the most comprehensive and to believe that the public were ripe for the most discriminating readers in America. "He is familiar advanced deductions from his theory of “natural with every branch of the literature of the past and selection.". In the present work Mr. Darwin asthe present. The ideas of such a critic, in regard sumes, without hesitation or qualification, that to the merits of different authors and the ends and man has descended, or perhaps we should say, asuses of literary studies, are of very great moment. cended, by gradual development, regulated by the His book is written in popular form, and in a di- principle of natural selection, from the lowest point dactic style. It abounds in illustrations from the of animal life. best authors, which serve to give point to the prin MR. LOWELL’s new volume, says the Boston ciples laid down for the development of correct correspondent of the N. Y. Evening Mail, is enjudgments and tastes on the part of the reader. titled 'My Study Windows, a most appropriate The very important questions which parents are name, happily indicating its character, inasmuch asking in respect to the best and safest courses of
as standing at his study windows the poet comreading for their children, is answered in a manner mands a view of life and nature without, and also that shows a vast range of knowledge, and a deep of the books that enter so largely into the life withiconscientiousness on the part of the author. At in his charmed study. Among the papers in this such a time as the present, when there is so much book are, “My Garden Acquaintance” and “A of light, trashy, and hurtful literature, and so much Good Word for Winter," —two of the richest of superficial acquaintanceship with, if not total and most delightful essays of their kind in the ignorance of, the productions of the best authors, world's literature,—and articles on Josiah Quincy, there is greatest need of just such a book as this President Lincoln, Carlyle, Percival, Chaucer, by Dr. Porter. Its careful reading will not fail to Pope, Swinburne, and Thoreau. "stimulate to a wise selection of books, and to en
A New Variorum Edition of Romeo and Ju. lightened and successful methods of reading.". Watchman and Reflector.
liet, edited by Horace Howard Furness (Lip
pincott). This work constitutes the first volume A very useful little manual for students is of a proposed Variorum Edition of Shake. Moore's " What to Read, and How to Read” (Ap- speare, edited by Horace Howard Furness, A.M. pleton, containing a classified list of books in each The Text of this edition of Romeo and Juliet is department of study, with hints and suggestions to
formed upon the principle of following, where vathe reader. The lists are divided into first class, rious readings occur, such readings as have been second class, and third class, which arrangement adopted by a majority of the ablest editors. The enables the reader to take up first the most impor- TEXTUAL Notes embrace the various readings of tant in any series, and continue at his option with the following editors: Rowe, Pope, Theobald, the subsidiary volumes.
Hanmer, Warburton, Johnson, Capell, Steevens,
Malone (the Var. of '21), Harness, Singer (Edd. I BARNES.—Among the last labors of the late and 2), Knight (Edd. 1 and 2), Campbell, CornRev. Albert Barnes, accomplished with very great wall, Collier (Edd. 1 and 2), Verplanck, Hazlitt, dificulty, owing to his almost complete loss of Hudson, Ulrici, Delius, Dyce (Edd. 1 and 2), sight, was the careful and thorough revision of his Staunton, White, Chambers, Halliwell, The Campopular “Notes on the New Testament." It bridge Editors, Clarke and Keightley. The Com. seemed eminently desirable, both to author and MENTARY contains all the notes of the Variorum publishers, that these Notes should be made more of 1821 that have been adopted by editors since valuable by incorporating in them the vast that date, and the original notes of these editors. amount of light which science and discovery have Illustrations and Criticisms are also given from in the last twenty years thrown upon Scrip- the following sources: Douce, Nares, Coleridge, ture. In the new edition much has been added Hunter, Brown, Sidney, Walker, Halpin, Mitin the way of notes, and many valuable and inter- ford, Hartley Coleridge, Craik, Massey, Lessing, esting illustrations have been inserted. At the Goethe, Schlegel, Franz Horn, Gervinus, Delius, time of the author's death all the volumes were Ulrici, Kreyssig, Rötscher, Sträter, Mommsen, ready for the press; the Gospels, in two volumes, Chateaubriand, Villemain, Marc-Girardin, Guizot, are just ready, and the Acts, in one volume, will Lacroix, Mézierès, Lamartine, Chasles, Taine, and be published shortly. The volume on Romans is stereotyped, and will soon be issued. The other
Mechanism in Thought and Morals, by Oliver volumes will appear at suitable intervals. The
Wendell Holmes (Osgood), contains Dr. Holmes's success which has attended these Notes encourages Oration delivered before the Phi Beta Kappa the hope that the new edition, made so much more valuable, will be eagerly welcomed by all students Society, at Harvard University, in July, 1870,
with copious notes and amplifications. It discus
ses some very curious psychological questions with DARWIN. -The literary sensation of the season great clearness and force, so that a subject which will undoubtedly be Darwin's new work,
“ The in ordinary hands would be simply tedious, is inade Descent of Man," the first volume of which will exceedingly interesting by the wealth of illustration probably appear during the present month (Apple and characteristic freshness with which it is treated.
Life and Nature Under the Tropics, by H. Counsel to a Mother, by Pye Henry Chavasse, M. and P. V. N. Myers. (Appleton.)— The fol. / M.D., author of “Advice to a Wise," etc. (Liplowing pages are a narrative of a scientific expe. pincott) forms a continuation and the completion dition from Williams College to the tropical of “ Advice to a Mother,” by the same popular regions of South America. The desire of many author, whose works should be in the hands of that a complete narrative of the expedition from every wise and mother. The present volume treats our College should be given in a permanent form, of the following subjects: I.-Infancy: Preliminary and our own wish that others might share with us Conversation ; Ablution ; Navel Rupture; Diet; the pleasure we experienced in viewing a tropical Wet-Nurse; Vaccination; Exercise ; Sleep; The Nature in three equatorial regions, where she pre Bladder and Bowels ;-11.-Childhood: Ablu. sents herself in forms so strange and grand, coupled tion; Clothing; Diet ; The Nursery; Exercise ; with the fact that so little has been written upon | Amusements; A Poem on Childhood; Educathese interesting portions of the continent to tion; Sleep; The Hair of a Child ;-III.-Youth: which sections our work is principally devoted, are Ablution; Management of Hair; Whitening the the only considerations that could have led us to Skin; Clothing ; Diet ; Air and Exercise ; Amuseundertake the preparation of the present volumes. ments; Education ; Household Work for Girls; -Extract from Preface.
Teeth and Gums; Sleep. The History of Paraguay, by Charles A. Wash “Simple, practical, intelligible.” -- Phila. Ev. burn. In two volumes. (Lee & Shepard.)
Bulletin. “The first volume comprises the history of that Insanity in Womeni, by H. R. Storer, M.D. little-known country, from its earliest discovery (Lee & Shepard), is chiefly devoted to the causes and occupation by opeans until the beginning of mental disturbance in a large proportion of the of those strange, intricate, and much misunderstood cases in which it occurs in women, with a view to transactions which have made so much diplomatic the establishment of a more rational treatment difficulty within the last few years. The second | than is generally adopted. Like the previous volume gives, in pretty sull detail, Mr. Washburn's writings by which the author has become knowi personal experiences, and those are of the most to the public, the volume shows intense earnest. interesting and exciting kind, and show how poliness of conviction. tics and false dignity, and perhaps corruption in PROF. COMFORT has followed his German high places, have to do with a great deal of public course with a copious German Reader (Harper). business.”
The selections are from the best authors, with Wm. Morris's Earthly Paradise (Roberts) is especial prominence given to the distinguished now complete in three volumes and issued in two writers of the last twenty years. Some of the styles, viz.: in 8°, $9; and in 16°, $6.75. A new best specimens of German lyric poetry are in. and cheap edition, printed on white laid paper and cluded. A vocabulary, explanatory notes, and bound neatly in plain cloth, 3 vols. 16°, per vol. indexes give the book completeness. Prof. Com. $1.50, will be published immediately.
fort has done his work with his usual care and WHIPPLE. A new volume by Mr. Edwin P. thoroughness. Whipple is to consist of several essays and lectures Ginx's Baby ; His Birth and Misfortunes, first hitherto unprinted, including his lecture on American from the histh English Edition. (Rout. “Shoddy,” having for a central idea practical ledge.)— The great popularity which this pungent advice to young men entering lise, and for a gen- / satire has gained in England within a very short eral title “ Success and its Conditions." At the time is a tribute to its truthfulness and the thorsame time a new edition of all Mr. Whipple's oughly earnest purpose of the writer. books will be issued, with some rearrangement and modification of titles. Mr. Whipple’s biog- ) is a novel of surpassing interest, and possesses the
The Snow Man, says the Literary World, raphy of Gov. Andrew, which ought, from the elements of popularity in a higher degree, we subject and his own favorable opportunities, to be think, than any of George Sand's novels which are the great work of his life, is steadily advancing familiar to the ordinary reader. It is a novel
, toward completion, and its publication this year púre and simple, unburdened with philosophy and may be confidently looked for.
unmarked by those idiosyncrasies of the author Shakespeare's Merchant of Venice, ed. by Wm. which, while beautifying some of her books to the J. Rolfe, a neat and handy volume in flexible eye of culture, have made them “caviare to the covers, issued by the Harpers, is intended for use general.” The action of the story moves with a as a text-book of English in schools or colleges, grace which charms, and a rapidity which gives no or by private students, and certainly will render respite to the reader's attention; the scenes are most valuable service.
The drama is prefaced strange, the characters such as novel-readers rarely with an historical account and selections from the meet, the plot is vigorous, and worked out with critical comments of Schlegel, Mrs. Jameson, pleasing effect. Hudson, and White.
The appendix contains The same authority says of Birth and Educacopious notes, designed to render the same assist- tion, the second volume of the edition of Madame ance to an English student that academical edi. Schwartz's novels (Lee & Shepard) :-“ It is a more tions of Homer, Æschylus, or Virgil, furnish the pretentious work than Gold and Name, and, regardLatin classes. — The same house have issued the ed strictly as a literary performance, must be proHistory of Louis XIV., by John S. C. Abbott, nounced superior to it. It has more of philosophy exhibiting the events in the extraordinary reign than the other, and enters more deeply into the imof that monarch in a popular narrative.
portant question indicated by its title. It is one