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123, et

seq. : Sir

HAILES, Lord, and Henry II.,81 JUDGMENT, THE QUALITY OF-
Hamilton, Single-speech, 258 see QUALITY OF JUDGMENT,
Hamilton, Lady, 90

THE, 221, et seq.
Hamilton, Sir Edward, 212
HAPPY TOWN COUNCILLOR,

KANDAHAR, 134
THE, 301, et seq. : Municipal

Keats, 90, 92
and Parliamentary life com- "Kidnapped," 91
pared, 301; the career of a Kitchener, Lord, 294
member of the House of
Commons, 302; the life of a

LADAS, 310
town councillor, 303

Lagado, Academy of, 63
Harley, a bookish statesman,

Lamb, 92
153

Lewis, Sir George Cornewall,
Harrison, Mr. George, 142

146
Harvey, Sir George, 142, 275

LIBRARIES, THE WORK OP
Hastings, Warren, and Burke, PUBLIC—see WORK OF PUB-
17

LIC LIBRARIES, THE, 235, et
Hatfield, 156
Hawes Inn, Queensferry, 90

LONDON,
Hawthorne, 92

Walter Besant's contribution
Haydn's “ Book of Dignities," to London and its literature,
279

124; the historic associations
Hazlitt, 92

of its streets, 124; the Cock-
Hermand, 179

pit, 125; where Governments
Hicks-Beach, Sir Michael, 303 are formed, 126; the identity
Highland Mary, 65

of its historic houses, 127 ;
Homer, 144, 157, 161, 165

proportionately more beautiful
Houghton, 154

formerly, 128; the legend of
Houghton, Lord, 313

Whittington, 128; the step-

mother of literature, 129; a
INDIA, 134, 191, 294

great and neglected problem,
Ireland, 190

132; the key of the British

Empire, 134
JAMES II., 159, 277

London County Council, 127,
Jeffrey, Lord, 177, 178, 181

188
Jenkinson, Colonel, and Burns, Long John, 97
62

Lonsdale, Lord, 317
Jockey Club, 308

Lords, House of, 77, 187
Johnson, 124, 162

Lowther, Mr. James, 308
"Jolly Beggars," 45, 47

Lundin, Sir Richard, 80
Jonson, Ben, 68

Luther, 84

60

MACAULAY, 143, 146; and the

Mozart, 50
Philosophical Institution of Municipal Service-see HAPPY
Edinburgh, 144; his influence TOWN COUNCILLOR, THE,
as a Parliamentary speaker, 287, et seq.
253

Murray of Broughton, Memo.
Macbeth,” 297

rials of,” 274
Mannering, Col., 180

Musgrave, Sir Christopher, and
Mar, Lord, and Burns, 57

Burns, 59
Marie Antoinette, 14

“Mysteries of Paris, The," 94
Marlborough, the Duke of, 255
Massinger, 158

NAPOLEON, 50, 75, 168
Masson, Professor, 61

Nelson, 50, 90
and the University of Edin-

Nelson, Mr. Thomas, 230
burgh, 175

“New Arabian Nights,” the, 94
* Master of Ballantrae," the, 96

Newton, 179
M'Ewan, Mr., 173

North, Christopher, 143
Melbourne, a bookish states-

man, 156
“ Memoirs of a Highand Lady,"

OBERMAN, 92

Ockerby, Mr., 279
181
“Memorials of John Murray of

ORATORY, PARLIAMENTARY-
Broughton, The," 274

see PARLIAMENTARY ORA-
Mercat Cross, Mr. Gladstone TORY, 247, et seq.

and the, 118
“ Mermaid," the, 68

PALMERSTON, Lord, 156
Metastasio, 158

PARLIAMENTARY ORATORY,
Midlothian Campaign of 1879, 247, et seq.: The advantages
254

and perils of the written speech,
Millet, 35

248 ; the speeches of Pitt and
Milner, Sir Alfred, 213

Fox, 249; speeches which
Milton, 155, 158

influenced votes--Mr. Glad.
Minto, Lord, 184, 294

stone, 251 ; a Liberal Peer,
Mirabeau, 84

252; Lord Macaulay, 253 ;
Moir, Dr., Blind Harry and, 79 Mr. Cobden, the most ef-
Montaigne, 92

fective orator of his time, 254 ;
"Montreuil Correspondence,” the Midlothian campaign,
273

254; the effect of oratory in
More, Hannah, 150

the United States, 255; the
Morley, Mr. John, and Burke, 5 motive determines the value
Morris, 92

of Parliamentary eloquence,
Mowatt, Sir Francis, 212

255; a means to an end, 256;

“Single-speech Hamilton,"

258
Parnell, his distaste for books

and learning, 166, 169
Patriotism, exaggerated, 75
Paul, Mr. Herbert, lecture on

“Parliamentary Oratory," 247
Peel, Sir Robert, 156
People's Palace, 124

Riddell, Mrs., and Burns, 37,

41, 43
Roberts, Lord, 294
Robertson, Principal, and

Burns, 55
“ Robinson Crusoe,” 97
Roman Catholic Emancipation,

20

Pew, 97

Roumania, Queen of, 59
Ruskin, 92
Russell, Lord John, 156

Pitt, 18, 50, 54, 62, 68, 93, 112,

168, 190, 249
Pope, 158
Porteous mob, the, 281
Primrose, Mr. Bouverie, 142
PUBLIC LIBRARIES, THE WORK

OF-see WORK OF PUBLIC
LIBRARIES, THE,

seq.
PUBLIC SERVICE, THE DUTY

OF — see DUTY OF PUBLIC

SERVICE, THE, 173, et seq.
Pulteney, 159
Punch, 309

235, et

QUALITY OF JUDGMENT, THE,

221, et seq. : A rare quality,
224; the newspaper view the
view of the moment, 225 ;
Cavour and Bismarck, 226;
judgment obtained by inter-
course with one's fellow men
and by reading, 227; news-
papers and books, 228; the
free library an inexhaustible

boon, 230
Quarter Sessions, 187
Queensberry, the Duke of, 61

ST. ANDREWS, 323
St. Deiniol and Mr. Gladstone,

150
St. James's Square, 124
Salisbury, Lord, 156

and Mr. Gladstone, 106
Salisbury, Lady, and Mr. Glad-

stone, 109
Samoa, IOI
Sanderson, Sir Thomas, 210
Sarpedon, 161
Savage, 124
Schiller, 50
“Scots Brigade, The Papers

relating to the," 273
Scott, Sir Walter, 91, 130, 181,

195, 274
SCOTTISH HISTORY, 273, et seq. :

The publications and work of
the Scottish History Society,
273; the history of the Stuart
family after the abdication of
James II., 277 ; the history of
Scotland in the eighteenth-
century, 281; a " kodak

view of our own times, 284
“Scottish History, The Byeways

of,” 277

RACING, 307
Reynolds, Sir Joshua, 258

Scottish History Society, The, 284

IO2

Swift, 95

cola, 40

Seymour, Sir Edward, and the two passions of his life,

Burns, 59
Shackleton, Miss, and Burke, Stewart, Dugald, 178
26

and Burns 54, 56
Shakespeare, 35, 52, 66, 68, 129, Stirling, battle of, 77, 86
158

Stuart, Charles Edward, 66
Shelley, 130

Stuarts, the, 277
Solemn League and Covenant, Sunderland, a bookish states-
the, 85

man, 153
Sophocles, 158
Southey, 130

Swinburne, 92
Spectator, the, 94

Tacitus, his epitaph on Agri-
SPORT, 307, et seq. : Turf re-

form and the Jockey Club
rules, 308 ; advice to those

Talleyrand, 90
about to take to the turf, 309;

Tam o' Shanter," 32, 44
the lessons of experience, 309;

Tasso, 163
the penalties of success, 310 ;

Tatler, the, 94

Tennis, 327
the misery of running second,
312; turf friendship a compen-

Tennyson, 130
sation, 313; the amusements

Thackeray, 93, 95
of the turf do not lie on the

Theocritus, 159

Thomson, Burns and, 37
racecourse, 314; "the horse
of the century,” 315; the

Thurlow, 141
Gimcrack Club and its

“To Mary in Heaven,” 32

Treasure Island,” 97
founder, 317; the vitality of
sport, 319

UNITED STATES, the, 266
Stanhope, a bookish statesman,

United States Presidentia
153

election, the, 255
Steele, 94
Stephen, Sir Fitzjames, 215, 216

VANBRUGH, 158
Stephen, Sir James, 215

Virgil, 158
STEVENSON, ROBERT LOUIS,

89, et seq.: Burford Bridge WALDSTEIN, Professor, lecture
and the Hawes Inn, 90 ; his on “The English Speaking
style, 92; his spirit of irony, Brotherhood," 261
93; his dramatic, realistic Wales, Prince of, 317
power of imagination, 95 ; Walking-sticks, 97
“the Master of Ballantrae" WALLACE, 73, et seq. : His na-

" Treasure Island,” 97 ; tionality, 74; the few facts of
the need of memorials, 98; his career, 76; his portentous,

96;

meteorical, providential ap-
pearance, 76; the biography of
Blind Harry, 78; a man of
the people, 80; a man of vast
political and military genius,
81; a source of inspiration to
his countrymen, 82; his legacy
to Scotland, 83; the man of
destiny, 84; his services to
Scotland a service to the

whole Empire, 86
Wallace, Mr., and Burns, 64
Walpole, 159

a bookish statesman, 154
Washington, 84
Waterloo, 291
Wauchope, General, 117
Webster, 92
“Wedderburn, The Accompt

Book of," 273
Welby, Lord, 213
Welldon, Rev. J. E. C., 293

Wellington, the Duke of, 50, 213,

291
Wenlock, Lord, 309
Wetherby, Mr., 308
" What shadows we are," 20
Whittington, Dick, 128
Wolseley, Lord, 294
Wood, Sir Evelyn, 207
Wordsworth, 92, 130
Wordsworth and Chatterton, 12
WORK OF PUBLIC LIBRARIES,

THE, 235, et seq. : The pre-
dominance of outdoor sport,
235; muscle and brains, 237;
the art of thinking, 238; the
Press an enemy of indepen-
dent thinking, 238; public
libraries a counter-irritant to
intellectual apathy, 240 ; the
difficulty of selection in read-
ing, 241; the librarian as a
“ taster" of books, 242

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