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HARPER'S MONTHLY MAGAZINE,

CONTENTS.

JUNE TO NOVEMBER, 1883.

AESTHETIC IDEA, AN.-A Story.

..A Working-Girl 136

ALLEGHANIES, THE HEART OF THE.

George P. Lathrop 327

ILLUSTRATIONS.

Chimney Rocks....

328

Coke Ovens...

335

On the Juniata

329 House and Chapel of Prince Galitzin.

336

Point Lookout..

330

Prince Galitzin's Tomb

337

Steel-Works at Johnstown...

333

Allegrippus Ravine

338

Old Portage Road, near Cresson...

The Omnifarious Store.

339

AMERICA.-See “ British Yoke,” “Independence,” “New York, Evacuation of," “ War, The

Hundred Years'," “ Washington at Newburgh,” “ Declaration."
AMERICA, A SECOND GENERATION OF ENGLISHMEN IN...

.T. W. Higginson 213

ILLUSTRATIONS.
Cotton Mather...

213
Arresting a Witch..

221
A Quaker Exhorter in New England...

217

Peter Stuyvesant tearing the Letter demanding
Samuel Sewall .....

220
the Surrender of New York.....

223

AMERICAN HORSES (Nlustrated)...

..Hugh Craig 340

ART AND ARCHÆOLOGY.-See under " Editor's Historical Record,” below.
ART, CONVENTIONAL (Illustrated)....

.. Alexander F. Oakey 183
ART, INDIAN, IN METAL AND WOOD (Illustrated)...

..J. L. Kipling 53
ARTISTIC LONDON (Illustrated)....

.Joseph Hatton 828
AUNT MARIA AND THE AUTOPHONE..

296
BEST LAID SCHEMES.-A STORY..

Harriet Prescott Spofford 454
BLUE-GRASS TROTTERS, AMONG THE (Illustrated).

W. H. Bishop 715
BOOK REVIEWS.-See under “ Editor's Literary Record,” below.
BORN TO GOUD LUCK.-A STORY...

.Charles Reade 201

BRITISH YOKE, THE...........

T. W. Iligginson 428

ILLUSTRATIONS.

The “ Boston Massacre"

431

Rev. Ezra Stiles, D.D., LL.D.

436

James Otis.....

432 Patrick Henry.....

General Oglethorpe, Founder of Georgin

433 An out-of-door Tea Party in Colonial New Eng-

Lord Chatham...

431

land......

Burning of the "Gaspee

435

CESAR AND HIS FORTUNES..

Lina Redwood Fairfax 950
CANADIAN HABITANT (Illustrated).

.C. H. Farnham 375
CARLSBAD WATERS....

Titus Munson Coan 116
CASTLE IN SPAIN, A.--A Novel (Illustrated)..

.32, 267, 406, 578, 741

CATSKILL'S, THE (Illustrated)......

Lucy C. Lillie 521

CHATTERTON AND HIS ASSOCIATES..

..John H. Ingram 225

ILLUSTRATIONS.

Chatterton in his Garret

225 Chatterton on his Death-Bed.
Birthplace of Chatterton

226

Facsimile of Note to Walpole
Colston's Hospital......

Chatterton's House, London

CHILDREN'S BODIES, OUR....

Villiam Blaikie 899

CHINA, POLITICAL HONOURS IN..

Wong Chin Foo 298

CINCINNATI (Illustrated)..........

Olive Logan 245

DALECARLIA (Illustrated)..

.F. D. Millet 489, 672

DEATH IN THE SKY, A POEM.....

George Edgar Montgomery 114

DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE IN A NEW LIGHT, THE..

William L. Stone 208

DISCIPLINE.-A POEM.....

.....T. B. Aldrich 453

EDITOR'S DRAWER........

...160, 319, 482, 615, 804, 969

EDITOR'S EASY CHAIR......

..142, 304, 467, 632, 789, 955

JUNE: John Howard Payne, 142. Employment for SEPTEMBER: Smoking in ladies' society, 632. Edgar

women, 144. Cruelty to children, 145.

Allen Poe and Gustave Doré, 633.

JULY: The Newburgh Centenary ; New Statues in OCTOBER : Women and Journalism,,789. A proof

America, 304. Help for Decayed Gentlewomen, 305. of Virtue, 790. Associations of Hampstead, 791.

AUGUST : Sterne's Sentimental Journey in France Turguénieff and his work, 792.

467. Irish lace at the Mansion House, 468. The

NOVEMBER: Electricity and Morals, 955. Editorial

Brooklyn Bridge. New Occupations for Women, partiality, 956.

The Harper Art Competition, 957.

469.

The Luther Commemoration, 958.

EDITOR'S HISTORICAL RECORD..........

......153, 313, 475, 638, 798, 963

Scotland thrown out; Visit of Princess of Wales to

THE BRITISH EMPIRE.

Copenhagen ; Strike of weavers in Lancashire; Irish

(April-May.) Explosive Substances Bill passed; riots at Coatbridge; Salvation Army riots in Luton ;

Trial and sentence of Phønix Park murderers; Release of Mr. Shaw, missionary, at Madagascar;

Conference of Conservative Association; Trial and Arrest of Irish Conspirators; Arrest of dynamitards at

sentence of Dynamite Conspirators in London; Con- Glasgow : Festival of the Three Choirs at Gloucester;

flagration at Delhi; Annexation of New Guinea ; Sus- Exhumation of Shakespeare's body denounced, 799.

pension of Contagious Diseases Act by Parliament; (September-October.) The Premier's visit to Scandi-

Quebec Parliament House de-troyed by incendiaries, navia; Bank rate reduced to 3 per cent. ; Cortachy

153. Underground Railway Ventilation ; Freethinker Castle burnt; Arrest and release of Salvationists in

blasphemy trial; Royal Order of the Red Cross for Switzerland; Release of Strome Ferry rioters ; Fran-

ladies created by the Queen; International Chess cbise Reform demonstration at Newcastle; Fenian and

Tournament in London ; Opening of National Liberal Orange demonstrations in Ireland; Election of Lord

Club; Defeat of Affirmation Bill; Mr. Bradlaugh Mayor of London; The new hangman ; Miners' Con-

again offers to take the oath; Opening of the Royal ference; Burnbam Beeches opened to public; First

College of Music: Knighthood conferred on Professor National Apple Congress; New Siamese Minister, 963.

Macfarren and Messrs. A. Sullivan and G. Grove;

UNITED STATES.

Fenian Scare at Halifax; The would-be assassins of

Mr. Field, a juror, sentenced at Dublin ; Ladies ad- [April-May.). Cyclone in Mississippi ; Strike in

mitted to the practice of medicine by London Univer- Pittsburgh coal region; United States Envoy to

sity for the first time ; Pensions to Lords Wolseley and Moscow; Convention of Irish Nationalists ; O'Donovan

Alcester; Opening of International Fisheries Exhi. Rossa threatens to destroy

London ; Cardinal McClosky

bition, 153.

rebuked by the Pope ; Fenian extradition complica-

(May-June.) Parnell Testimonial Fund denounced tions; Protest against landing of paupers, 155.

by the Pope ; Departure of Prince George of Wales on [May-June.] Opening of Brooklyn bridge; De.

a two years' cruise; Mission of Mr. Errington, M.P., structive cyclones; _Irish agitation; Hon. Sackville

to Rome on the Irish question; Execution of Phanix West attacked by a Fenian; Free-trade demonstration,

Park murderers; Release of Messrs. Healy, Davitt, 314.

and Quinn, 313; Trial of dynamite conspirators; (June-July.) Cyclones in New England and the

Hygienio Exhibition, Rational Dress, etc., in London, north-west ; Irish' pauper immigration question;

314.

American Rifle Team despatched to England; Mili-

(June-July.) The Sunderiand Disaster ; Capsizing tary expedition against the Apaches, 477. Newspaper

of the Daphne at Glasgow ; Deceased Wife's Sister duel, 478.

Bill defeated, 475. Pauper emigration from Ireland (July-Avgust. Strike of telegraph operators, 639.

forbidden; Extension of British Empire considered ;

Attack on United States Consul at Monterey ; Pauper

Tbe Ilbert Bill in India; Cholera in Egypt; Suez immigrants ; Tornadoes and Cyclones; Captain Webb

Canal, Madagascar, and African colonies complica- diowned at Niagara ; Catholic clergy u. Parnellite

lions; Decision of Channel Tunnel Committee ; Public party; 31 per cent. Government bonds called in;

celebration of Mr. John Bright's twenty-fifth year as Opposition to foreign speculators in land; Presidential

Member for Birmingham; Government of Basutoland journey to the Yellowstone; Quarantine on European

resumed ; Sentence of Dynamite Conspirators; Military cattle; Lock-out in the cigar trade; Suicide of

riots in Ireland ; Earthquake shocks in England, 175. Spanish Minister; Mormon victory at Utah elections,

Annexation of New Guinea forbidden by Parliament; 640.

Manchester Ship Canal Bill passed in Commons; [August-September.) Redemption of Government

Public banquet to Mr. H. Irving; Ironworkers' riots bonds without rebate of interest; Telegraph strike

in Staffordshire; "General" Booth forfeits the Eagle suppressed; Conipletion of Northern Pacific Railway;

Tavern; Women's Suffrage negatived in the Com- Terrible tornado in west; Corn barvest largest on

mons; Opening of City of London College; Wimble- record, 799.

don Rifle Meeting; Mr. Bradlaugh again excluded [September-October.) Arrival of first Corean Em-

from the Commons; Sentence of Dynamite Conspir.:- bassy ; Dí-aster to Greely Relief Expedition; Tele-

tors in Galway, 477.

graph line to Brazil opened ; Invasion of Canadian

(July-August.) Renewed attempt by Mr. Brad- territory ; Attack on British Consulate; Coloured

laugh to enter the House; Society to promote construc- Convention; Mississippi Valley; Free Trade League ;

tion of Harbours of Refuge; Corrupt !'ractices Bill Pittsburgh Exhibition destroyed, 964.

passed through Committee; Spike Island made a

FRANCE.

military station, 638. International Rifle Meeting at
Wimbledon ; Mr. Mackonochie, ritualist, deprived of [April-May.) Preparations for Tonquin and Congo
his living; Second Suez Canal scheme abandoned by expeditions ; Riots at Montceau-les-Mines; Commune
1.overnment; Honours to American and Canadian ist meetings and seditious publications; Literary
rifle teams; Murder of James Carey, the informer ; copyright convention with Germany; Conversion of
Sunday Closing Bill for Cornwall lost by casting vote Rentes from 5 to 44 per cent. stock; Franco-Austrian
of the Lord Chancellor; Salvation Army complica- coinmercial treaty ; Legion of Honour given to a
tion; Meetings for and against the Ilbert B'll; Dyna- comedian for first time, 155.
mite discoveries in Scotland; Bradlaugh Demonstra-

(May-June.) Bombardment of Majunga ; Disaster
tion in London; Lady Godiva procession at Coventry; in Tonquin, and death of Commander Rivière ; Arrest
Welsh National Eisteddfod; The Bishop and Cathedral of Anarchists in Paris; Lafayette anniversary, 314,
of Norwich threatened; Public protest against tithes at [June-July.] Military complications with China ;
Maidstone; Seizure of seditious letters in the Punjaub; Madagascar partly reducrd to state of siege, and ulti-
Manchester Ship Canal Bill thrown out in the Lords; matum forwarded to Queen of Hovas; lllness of
Sentence of Fenians at Liverpool, 639.

Comte de Chambord, and pilgrimage of Orleans priuces
[August-September.] Parliamentary Registration to Frohsdorf; Plan for increase of army; International
Biil for Ireland rejected; Local Government Bill for velocipede meeting at Bordeaux; Disturbances at

EDITOR'S HISTORICAL RECORD—continued.

Tunis ; Museum of French Revolution at Versailles ;

Hospital chapels officially closed ; Tne Pope remon-

strates with Government on its attitude towards the

Church; Sentence of Louise Michel; Malagassy envoys

excluded from Paris, 478.

(July-August.) Serious riots by Anarchists; Arrest

for hissing the Marseillaise ; Arrest for playing the

Marseillaise; Sanitary mission despatched to Egypt

to study cholera ; Gift of Imperial Palace accepted by

Marseilles; Discovery of Royalist conspiracy ; Victory

in Tonquin, 640. The Odette plagiarism case, 641.

(August-September.) 6000 pilgrims visit Lourdes ;

Death of Comte de Chambord; Foreign Consuls re-

stored in Madagascar; Release of Mr. Shaw, the

British Missionary ; Death of Queen of Madagascar ;

Circular from Comte de Paris to the Courts of Europe;

Treaty of Hué, and French Protectorate over Tonquin

and Annam, 799; Threatened hostilities with China;

Burial of Comte de Chambord, 800.

(September October.] Death of Admiral Pierre ;

Victory at Tonquin; Insurrection at Port-au-Prince ;

King Alphonso insulte in Paris; Resignation of the

Minister for War, 965.

GERMANY.

[April-May.) State-aided insurance for working-

men; Toleration of Roman Catholics considered in

Parliament; Complications with the U.S. Minister

concerning exclusion of American pork; Alliance

with Austria and Italy; Official inquiry into loss of

the Cimbria; Hygienic Exhibition at Berlin, 156.

(June-July.) Conflict between Prince Bismarck and

Parliamentarians; Abrupt close of Parliament ; Re-

tirement of Herr Bennigsen, leader of Liberals; Treaties

of Commerce with Italy and Madagascar, 478.

(July-August.) Imprisonment of Krasczewski, a

poet, for high treason; Meeting of German and

Austrian Emperors ; Luther Festival at Erfürt, 641.

(August-September.] Prussian bishops oppose new

Ecclesiastical Law; Royal baptism at Potsdam; Herr

Antoine prosecuted for high treason; Imperial and

parliamentary complications; Earthquake sbockat

Dusseldorf; Honours to the Kings of Roumania and

Servia, 800.

(September October.) Luther festival; Autumn

mancuvres ; National statue of Germania unveiled;

Arrest of Deputy for Metz, 965.

Russia.

Hurried trials of Nihilists; Preparations for Corona-

tion; Widespread military conspiracy discovered, 156.

The Coronation, 313. Treaty with Persia; Establish-

ing protectorate over Irania; Nihilist plots discovered;

Piracy among Black Sea pilots, 641. Anti-Jewish

riuts; Reorganisation of the Army; Socialist trials,

800. Sobieski festival at Cracow; Cattle plague ; Anti.

Jewish riots; Wholesale arrest of Conspirators in

Army and Navy, 965.

AUSTRA.

Riots and Bakers' strike at Vienna ; Landwehr in-

creased by 138,000, 156. Union of Turkish and Austrian

railways, 315. Tisza-Esslar trial; Serious workmen's

riots at Vienna, 611. Anti-Jewish riots at Pesth,

Agram, and Prague ; Political riots of Italians at

Trieste; Anti-Hungarian riots in Croatia ; Revolu-

tionary demonstrations and incendiary fires at Vienna;

Birth of a daughter to the Crown Prince, 800. Sobieski

festival ; Revolt in Croatia ; Panic in Agram, 965.

ITALY.

Explosives Bill; Sfax indemnity claims settled ;

Earthquake shocks in Catania, 156. Extreme Liberals

expelled from the Ministry ; Garibaldi anniversary,

315. New customs tariff and commercial treaties, 479.

Salvation Army at Rome; Eruption of Vesuvius and

Earthquake at Ischia ; Socialist congress broken up at

Ravenna, 612. Fresh earthquake shocks at Ischia,

801. Monument to Victor Emmanuel; Earthquake

and epidemic at Ischia, 966.

Spain.

Society of the “Black Hand " trials, 315. Quaran-

tine against ships from England; Spani-h Minister

recalled from Mexico ; Military insurrection at Badda-

joz, 641. Military revolts in Catalonia and the north,

642. Ministerial crisis averted; King Alfonso visits

Germany, 801.

MISCELLAXEOUS.

International Exbibition at Amsterdam, 156. In-

surrections in Albania and Armenia; Mohammedan

migration from Bulgaria and Roumelia into Turkey;

War against False Prophet; The Soudan railway, 479.

Awards of International Indemnity Commission; Ob.

struction of foreign commerce on the Tigris; Re-

organisation of Turkish Army, 642. French language

introduced in Turkish schools; Resignation of Servian

Ministry, 613. Volcanic eruption in Java, 801. Cholera

epidemic in Egypt, 479, 642, 801. Quarantine abolished

at Port Said; Retirement of Sir Aucland Colvin; New

Financial Adviser appointed in Egypt; New Tariff in

Turkey, 966.

SCIENCE AND PROGRESS.

The Jordan valley, new Suez and Panama Canal

schemes; Channel Tunnel Commission ; Meteorological

stations within the Polar circle; French scientific

expedition to the South Seas ; Honours to Carl Bock

and H. M. Stanley; Dutch expedition to the Arctic

regions ; New buildings of the Birkbeck Institution;

Repression of Dueling in German Universities, 157.

Candles from petroleum products; Literary Copyright

Con on; The Mersey subway at Liverpool; Man-

chester Ship Canal Bill; Electric railway at Wimble-

don, 158. New Suez Canal, 315. Four schemes for

canals between Mediterranean and Red Seas; Women's

Dress Reform in London ; Channel Tunnel and Man-

chester Ship Canal Schemes; Parke's Museum of

Hygeine ; New York and Brooklyn Bridge, 316.

Electric fishing in California ; The Telephone at the

Savoy Theatre; Honours to Sir Joseph Hooker; Sta-

tistics of Deaths from Starvation in 1882; Experi-

ments with vaccination lymph; An Underground

Railway for New York; Tram.cars worked by com-

pressed air in London; Automatic railway signals,

317. New bridge at Niagara; Solar eclipse observed

at Caroline Islands; Administration of London hos-

pitals, 479. Railway Exhibition at Chicago; Tho

Cagliari Exhibition of Drainage and Irrigation appa-

ratus, 480. Rejection of Channel Tunnel and Sucz

Canal schemes; Harbour works at Boulogne; New

Mediterranean and Red Sea Canal schemes ; Extension

of London seawards; New ambulance steamer; Acci-

dent to a diving apparatus; Novel electric launch;

Electric railways and omnibuses; The English Channel

crossed by tricycle; Sixpenny telegrams; Balloon

excursions in July, 643. International Fisheries Ex-

hibitions at London, Calcutta, Zurich, and Nice;

Oyster culture in America; International Electrical

Exhibition at Vienna 801. The River Humber tun-

nel, the Montreux Chillon Mountain Railway; Chan-

nel ballooning; New Meteorological Observatory at

Chepstow; Failure of Dutch Arctic expedition, 802.

Commerce on the Congo; Greenland explored; The

Mersey Tunnel; Suez and rival canals; Brazil and

United States connected by wire; The camera obscura

on war vessels ; Test of naval gunnery: Trial of Lay

torpedo; Unrivalled speed of the Alaska and Oregon,

steamers; New electric tramways and omnibuses;

New American inventions ; Halspenny stamps for

receipts; Phenomena of Nature during October, 966.

AET AND ARCHÆOLOGY.

Picture Exhibitions in London and Paris; Opening
of new buildings of Institute of Painters in Water
Colours; Extension of National Gallery; Loan of
duplicates and casts from Museums, 158. Opening of
museums and picture galleries on Sunday vetoed by
Parliament; Changes in Shakespeare's birthplace, 159.
The Tale of Troy represented at South Kensington,
317. Progress of Tonic Sul-fa system; The Pipe Ron
Society and its discoveries; Picture sales at Christies”,
sale of “Strawberry Hill" and " The Wayside,” 318.
British School of Archäological studies at Athens ;
Lectures on Assyrian antiquities in British Museum;
Ashburnham M 35, declined; British autograph col.
lection presented to Boston, L.SI.; Sale of “Pue
Cottage;" Discovery of old Fort Duquesne in centre
of Pittsburgh; Rousseau collection and Japanese Salon
in Paris, 480. British cannon discovered on battle-
field at Corunna; Ancient Town Hall at lix la
Chapelle injured by fire; Discovery of Egyptian
antiquities at Rome; Discovery and publication of
Thomas Girtins' mezzo-tints, 481. Sale of historic
furniture at Strawberry Hill; Removal of statue of
Duke of Wellington ; Memorial window to Lord F.
Cavendish; Memorial bust of Fielding; Sale at auction
of Napoleon's bed; The Shapira MS forgery; 333rd
anniversary of Santa Fe, New Mexico, 644. Purchase
of Washington's birthplace by U.S. Government;
Annual Congress of British Archaological Association
at Dover; Sale of old Rochester Castle ; Luther Col.
lection at British Museum, 802. Triennial Salon

EDITOR'S HISTORICAL RECORD-continued.

established at Paris; Discoveries at Delos, 803. Statue Robt. Griffiths, Hon. Simeon Jacobs, Henry S. Leigh,
of Germania; Sobieski memorial at Vienna ; English Rev. W. Josiah Irons, Bishop Colenso, Henry Frederic
and Italian memorials; Restoration of Peterboro' Turle, Sir William Knollys, Sir James Cochrane,
Cathedral; Fires at Holyrood and Cortachy Castle; Gustave Aimard, 481. General Sir Edward Sabine,
Discoveries of a lost Raphael, Marie Antoinette's harp, William Spottiswoode, Dr. John Strain, Rev. Toomas
drawings by Grouze, and documents of Columbus; New Burke, Capt. Farquhar, Duke of Marlborough, 482.
Sword of State for Siam, 967

Rev. W. Griffith, Edward Backbouse Eastwick, "Gen,
OBITUARY.

Tom Thumo," Job Whyte-Melville, Sir John Lucie

Smith, John Bruce Norton, 644. King Tu Duc, Gen.
Archduchess Marie Antoinette of Austria, Dr. Sir Thomas Reed, Gen. Sir Fenwick Williams, Capt.
William Farr, C.B., Grand Duke of Mecklenburg- Matthew Webb, Iwakura Tomomi, Mrs. Chaplin
Schwerin, Hon. Edward Morris Erskine, C.B., Jules Ayrton, Dr. Robt. Moffat, Gustav Heyer, 645. Gen.
Sandeau, Prince Batthyany, Jules Goupil, D. Her- William Gordon, Rev. Rodger B. Vaughan, Rev.
mann Schulze-Delitzsch, Admiral Frederick Ed Aard W. M. Baker, Comte de Chambord, Sir F. S. Reilly,
Vernon-Harcourt, Edouard Manet, Lord Vernon, Very Admiral Robt Patton, Thomas Plant, Louise Lateau,
lev. George Connor, Dean of Windsor, Sir Thomas Ty- Ivan Tourgénief, 803. William Marwood, Cromwell
ringham Bernard, Bart., Louis Viardot, 159. Rev. Josial: Fleetwood Varley, Rt. Hon..Hugh Law, Queen Rana-
Henson, Dr. James Young, Dr. Robert Druitt, Dr. volana, 804. Hugh Birley, H. Conscience, Dutton
William Chambers, Lieut.-Colonel N. G, Philips Bous- Cook, Admiral Pierre, 968. Admiral Sir R. Collinson,
field, 318. Abd-el-Kader, Alex. . Kennedy Isbister, Sir H. F. B. Maxse, Sir W. T. Thomson, John Payne
Major-Gen. Burnaby, Signor Alberto Mario, Sir George Collier, Dr. J. R. Holman, Dr. Thuilher, G. Remington,

Bowyer, 319. Rev. Charles Brooks, John Barnett, Léon Halévy, Mahomed Sharif Khan, 969.

EDITOR'S LITERARY RECORD

.146, 306, 471, 634, 794, 959

Alps and How to See Them ("J. E. M.” Guide) in Japan, 961. Howard's (B. W.) One Summer,

308. ` Anderson's (E. L.) The Gallop, 307. Archer's 637. Howell's (W. D.) A Foregone Conclusion,

(W.) English Dramatists of To-day, 151. Barnard's 152. Howell's (W. D.) Doctor Breen's Practice, 795.

(F.) and Ross (C. H.) Behind a Brass Knocker, 309. Howell's (W. D.) Their Wedding Journey, 637.

Besant's (W.) All Sorts and Conditions of Meni, 153. James's (M. E.) How to Decorate, 308. Jeaffreson's

Black's (W.) Yolande, 961. Bloomfield's (Lady) (J. C.) The real Lord Byron, 471. King's (E.) The

Reminiscences of Court and Diplomatic Lite, 148. Gentle Savage, 309. Lane's (E. W. ) Arabian Society

Book-Lovers Enchiridion, The, 471. Broglies’s (Duc in the Middle Ages, 635. Lane's (E. W.) A Thousand-

de) Frederick the Great and Maria Tberesa, 149. and-One Nights, 635. Langbridge's (F.) Love-knots

Browning's (R.) Jocoseria, 472. Buckland's (Anna) and Bridal Bands, 307. McCarthy's (J. Ú.) Outline of

Story of English Literature, 151. Burnaby's High Irish History, 310. Marked "In Haste," 796. Mil-

Alps in Winter, 960. Burrough's (J.) Winter Sun- lington's. (J.) English as She is Spoke, 634. Mollett's

shine, 794. Carlyle and Emerson's Correspondence, (J. W.) An Illustrated Dictionary of Words used in

147. Carlyle's (Thomas and Jane Welsh) Let- Art and Archæology, 794. Oliphant's (Mrs.) Sheridan,

ters and Memorials, 146. Chambers's (G. F.) 960. Poets, Living English, 307. Rambla-Spain, 635.

Handbook-Dictionary, 634. Collins' (Mabel) In Read (R. H.) Dora, 961. Rimmer's (A.) About Eng-

the Flower of her Youth, 152. Conway's Emer- land with Dickens, 960. Robinson's (P.) Sinners and

son at Home and Abroad, 148. Cook's (Dutton) Saints, 473. Russell's (W. C.) My Watch Below, 636.

Nights at the Play, 150. Crawford's (F. M.) Dr. Russell's (W. C.) A Sea Queen, 797. Saintsbury's

Claudius, 796. Daudet's (A.) Port Salvation, 794. (G.) Specimens of French Literature, 471. Scoone's

Dobson's (A.) Fielding, 309. Emerson and Carlyle's (W. B.) Four Centuries of English Letters, 152.

Correspondence, 147. Fleet's (C.) Glimpses of our Scott's (L.) Renaissance of Art in Italy, 306. Smith's

Ancestors in Sussex, 309. Gilchrist's (Anne) Mary (G. B.) Half-Hours with Famous Ambassadors, 636.

Lamb, 959. Griffis's (W. E.) Corea, 472. Gullifer's Smith's (H. P.) Glossary of Terms and Phrases, 794.

(H.) A Fool for His Pains, 797. Hockel's (E.) Smith's (R. B.) Life of Lord Lawrence, 310. Stock-

Visit to Ceylon, 308. Hall's (S. C.) Retrospect of ton's (F.) Rudder Grange, 309. Twain's (M.) Life on

a Long Life, 472. Hildebrand's (Hans) Industrial the Mississippi, 636. Vere-Foster's Simple Lessons in

Arts of Scandinavia in Pagan Times, 150. Hollings- Water-colour Painting, 308. Worsaae's (J. J. A.) In-

head's (J.) Foot-lights, 636. Holtham's Eight Years dustrial Arts of Denmark, 150.

Yriarte's Florence. 306.

EDUCATION OF WOMEN, THE.........

George Cary Eggleston 292
FAUSTUS.—A POEM..............

.S. S. Conant 115
FEE OF THE DIOSCURI, THE-A POEM...

Francis David Morice 212
FOLDING, THE.—A POEM..

..Annie Fiells 19
FRONTISPIECES.
Falstus (E. A. Abbey)........

2

The Witch's DAUGHTER. (From a Picture by F. S. Church)...

164

A Town GARDEN (E. A. Abbey).

326

The Night's PLUTONIAN SHORE (Gustave Doré).....

188

GEORGE WASHINGTON (Gilbert Stuart)

630
“ AT LAST (E. A. Abbey)....

812
GERMAN CROWN PRINCE, THE (Illustrated)...

George ron Bunsen 35!
GOOD)-NIGHT AND GOOD-MORROW.-A POEM.....

Philip Bourke Marston 769
GOVERNMENT OF CITIES IN NEW YORK.......

William R. Grace 009
HAMPSTEAD HEATH.--See “ London Suburb."
HASHISH-HOUSE IN NEW YORK, A............

H. H. Kane 914

HAWAIIAN HISTORY, AN UNPUBLISHED CHAPTER OF.

J. F. B. Marshall 511

HJAWATHA, THE HOME OF (Illustrated).........

Ernest Ingersoll 68

HORSES.--See “ American Horses," and " Trotters."

HUNDRED YEARS' WAR, THE (Illustrated)..........

Thomas Wentworth Higginson 20

INDEPENDENCE, THE DAWNING OF (Ilustrated).

Thomas Wentworth Higginson 731

INDIAN ART IN METAL AND WOOD (Illustrated).

...J. L. Kipling 53

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