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Romanet du Caillaud, F. Histoire de l'intervention française au Tong-King, 1872-74. Sacher-Masoch, L., Ritter von. Ein Mann wird gesucht. Seebohm, H: Siberia in Europe; a visit to the valley of the Petchora in North-East Russia; with descriptions of birds and their migrations.

Senex, pseud. Clerical reminiscences.

Skene, W: F. Celtic Scotland; a history of ancient Allan. Vol. 3.

Sonnenschein & Allen's royal relief atlas; 31 maps in relief.

Taylor, M. Seeta. 3d ed.

Theocritus. Theocritus, Bion, and Moschus; rendered into Eng. prose with an introd. essay by A. Lang.

Theuriet, A. All alone. (Appletons' new handy

vol. ser.)

Towle, G: M. Certain men of mark; studies of living celebrities.

Marco Polo; his travels and adventures. Tuckey, J. Joan of Arc, "The Maid."

"An attempt to give, in simple, direct language, the main facts in regard to the historical Jeanne d'Arc. The account is based, as every account of Joan must now be, upon the reports of her two trials, published in 1846, by M. Jules Sincherat, and accompanied by extracts from the chronicles of the time referring to the subject. In the light of this documentary evidence, there seems to be but one possible judgment upon this political trialthat it was one of the foulest abuses of ecclesiastical power of which the Church has ever been guilty." International review, Oct.

U.S. Dept. of Education. Report of the Commissioner of Education for 1878.

Vischer, F: T.

Aesthetik; oder, Wissenschaft des Schönen. 3 v. in 8 pts.

Volney, C. F. de C., comte de.

L'alfabet européen

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Recherches nouvelles sur l'histoire ancienne. 2 v. (Vol. 5, 6 of his Euvres.)

Les ruines; ou, Méditation sur les révolutions des empires. (Vol. 1 of his Euvres.) Tableau du climat et du sol des Etats-Unis d'Amérique. (Vol. 4 of his Euvres.) Voyage en Egypte et en Syrie pendant 1783-85. 2 v. (Vol. 2, 3 of his Euvres.) Voltaire, F. M. A. de. Le sottisier; publié pour la première fois, d'après une copie authentique faite sur le manuscrit autographe conservé au Musée de l'Ermitage à Saint Pétersbourg, avec une préface par L. Léouzon-le-Duc. Wace, R. Roman de Rou et des ducs de Normandie; nach den Handschriften von Neuem herausgegeben von Dr. Hugo Andresen. 2 v. "Pluquet's edition of the Roman de Rou is so inaccurate, and has so long been practically unobtainable, that a warm welcome will be accorded to the new one whose

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title is here given; an edition which we may at once say entirely supersedes its predecessor. The present editor's strong point is evidently history. In 200 closely printed pages of notes (not including the introductory discussion as to whether all the poem is by Wace), he compares Wace's statements with those of the other OldFrench and Latin chronicles treating of the subject, and gives the biographical and geographical information required to appreciate them. Looking at it simply as a literary production, we now read with amused astonishment the comments, 'veriest rhymer', 'lifeless tone', 'chilling apathy', 'sluggish feeling', of the English reviewer of the original edition; for, though Wace is not a great poet, he at least possesses the merit - no small one in a chronicler-of liveliness. As a generally trustworthy record of events on which contemporary native English historians are naturally reticent, and as a memorial of the ancestors of many of the chief actors in later Norman-English history, it is often invaluable; while as a specimen of a Norman dialect of the time (about A.D. 1170) when English was beginning to rapidly appropriate French words, it cannot be neglected by either French or English philologists." - Henry Nicol in the Academy, March 27.

Walcott, M. E: C: Scoti-monasticon; ancient church of Scotland; a history of the cathedrals, etc., of Scotland; with steel engravings. Walford, E: Tales of our great families. 2d series. 2 v. Walker, W: G. Selections of games at chess played by A. M'Donnell with his principal contemporaries.

Wallace, W: Epicureanism. (Chief of ancient philosophies.)

Watson, A. E. T. Sketches in the hunting field. 2d ed.

"Show spirit and freshness as well as knowledge; and the author, who speaks with authority as editor of 'The illustrated sporting and dramatic news', writes like a gentleman as well as like a sportsman. He is greatly to be congratulated on finding a capable artist in Mr. Sturgess." Sat. rev., March 20. Watson, R. S. Visit to Wazan, the sacred city of Morocco; with illust.

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"Mr. Watson had no previous knowledge of the country, was ignorant of all the languages and dialects spoken there, derived all his oral information from a dragoman, his ocular impressions from a hurried trip of three weeks in the country, his historical, geographical, and archeological learning from subsequent study. Out of this unpromising apparatus he has constructed a readable, if not an authoritative, book."- Saturday rev., Nov. 27.

Weitzel, S. W. Sister and saint; a sketch of the life of J. Pascal.

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President. Annual report,

Buckley, R. B. The irrigation works of India, and their financial results.

Budd, T: Good order established in Pennsylvania

and New Jersey; a true account of the country; with its produce and commodities there made in 1685. New ed., with introd. and hist. notes by E: Armstrong.

Burgess, J. Archæological survey of Western India; report of the first season's operations in the Belgam and Kaladgi districts, Jan. -May, 1874.

Campbell, A., Archbp. of Canterbury. The church of the future; its catholicity, etc. Chamberlain, B. H. The classical poetry of the Japanese.

Chaucer, G. Odd texts of Minor poems; ed. by F: J. Furnivall. Pt. 2. (Chaucer Soc., 1st ser., 60.)

A one-text print of [his] minor poems; the
best text of each poem in the parallel-text
Pt. 2.
edition; ed. by F: J. Furnivall.
(Chaucer Soc., 1st ser., 61.)

Pt. 2.

Supplementary parallel-texts of [his] minor
poems; ed. by F: J. Furnivall.
(Chaucer Soc., 1st ser., 59.)

Cheney, Mrs. E. D. Gleanings in the fields of art.
Clouston, W. A. Arabian poetry for English
readers; ed., with introd. and notes.
Conant, A. J. Footprints of vanished races in the

Mississippi Valley.

"Contains little absolutely new information, and points to no new and trustworthy conclusion respecting that most curious and interesting problem of archæology, the history of the Mound-builders. But it adds a good deal of detailed evidence to that already accumulated, and tends, we think, very strongly to sustain the author's argument that the Mound-builders could by no possibility have degenerated into anything like even the highest and most civilized tribes of Red Indians known to the earlier settlers of North America."- Sat. rev., Oct. 30. Coppée, H:

History of the conquest of Spain by the Arab Moors. 2 v.

Coquelin, B. C. The actor and his art; tr. from the French by A. L. Alger.

Corwin, E: T.

The Corwin genealogy (Curwin, Curwen, Corwine) in the U. S.

Crofton, H: T. Tudors.

The English Gipsies under the

"Mr. Crofton has brought together passages from sixty different authorities, few of them cited before in any book devoted to the Gipsies, several (from the State papers) here printed for the first time. When concluded by his promised Gipsies under the Stuarts, etc., will not merely be the authority on Anglo-Romani history, but will surpass anything of the kind published on the continent for careful investigation and patient verification of preceding statements." -- F. H. Groome in the Academy, July 10.

Day, J: Plays. Pt. 3, 4.

Contents. Pt. 3. Humour out of breath. 4. Lawtrickes; or, Who would have thought it?

De Costa, Rev. B. F. Cabo de Baxos; or, The place of Cape Cod in the old cartology; with notes on the neighboring coasts; rev. from the New Eng. hist. and geneal. register, Jan. 1881. W: Blackstone in his relation to Mass. and Rhode Island; repr. from the Churchman of Sept. 25, and Oct. 2, 1880.

Delaborde, le comte J. Gaspard de Coligny, amiral de France. T. 2.

"L'auteur a trop laissé voir que dans Coligny, c'est surtout le protestant qu'il admire et glorifie. L'esprit de secte perce en plus de cent passages. L'ouvrage a été preparé avec infiniment de soin. Son plus grande mérite, le mérite qui l'élève de beaucoup audessus de tous ses devanciers, c'est d'avoir, en ce qui concerne les documents inédits, épuisé, pour ainsi dire, toutes les sources. On a souvent proposé de livrer à l'impression le recueil des plus importantes lettres de Coligny conservées dans nos grands dépôts. La publication de M. D. rend ce projet à peu près inutile, car il nous fait connaitre, soit par l'analyse, soit par la reproduction intégrale, un grand nombre de dépêches de l'amiral. Ces dépêches, fort remarquables en leur ensemble, sont rapprochées de beaucoup d'autres documents contemporains egalement inédits. Le recit un peu froid, un peu terne, et où rien n'est sacrifié à l'agrément, est d'une grande netteté et d'une grande exactitude." - T. de L. in Revue critique, 3 mai.

Denison, C:, M.D. Rocky Mt. health resorts. 2d ed. De Vere, Sir A. A song of faith, devout exercises, and sonnets.

Du Boisgobey, F. The lost casket; tr. from La main coupée', by S. Lee.

Dudley, Rev. M. S. History of Cromwell. Early Eng. Text Society. Publications. No. 73, 74. Namely: 73. The Blickling homilies of the 10th century. 74. Wicliff, J: English works hitherto unpublished.

Elder, W: Memoir of H: C. Carey; read before the Hist. Soc. of Penn., Phila., Jan. 5, 1880. Fay, Miss A. Music-study in Germany; from [her] home correspondence.

Financial reform almanack for 1881. Fleury, J., called Champfleury. Contes d'automne. Fothergill, J. M., M.D., and Wood, H. C., M. D. Food for the invalid; the convalescent; the dyspeptic; and the gouty. Francillon, R. E: Under Slieve-Ban; a yarn in seven knots. (Leisure hour ser.)

Gloucester, Mass. Evangelical Congregational Church. Exercises at the 50th anniversary, Nov. 18, 1879.

Griswold, W. M.

Index to the International review, v. 1-9, 1874-80.

Index to the Nation, v. 1-30, July 1865 - Sept., 1880.

Supplementary index to the Atlantic monthly, 27 v. 1-46.

Halévy, L. Madame et Monsieur Cardinal. 19e éd. Hamersly, T: H. S. Complete regular army regis

ter of the U. S., 1779-1879.

Hamerton, P. G. Etching and etchers.

"The text thoroughly revised, and increased by onefifth. Matter which had become unnecessary or dispro. portionate has been removed to make room for studies of more importance. Contains 48 plates, not one of which has appeared in either of the two preceding editions."

Hammond, W: A., M.D.

nervous derangement.

On certain conditions of

Hardy, T: The trumpet-major.

"The heroine belongs to a class of women who are found nowhere else in literature than in Mr. Hardy's novels; whether they also exist in real life, we do not undertake to say, but after reading about them we cannot help believing that they do. A hasty criticism might

deem him cynical. The truth is, such a character is not only picturesque in itself, but the cause of picturesqueness in others, and is, therefore, eminently suited for literary purposes. Compare a woman like Anne Garland with a woman like to take an extreme case - David Copperfield's Agnes, or with any of Scott's pattern heroines. When a woman is governed by reason, conforms to the canons of respectability, obeys the dictates of prudence and strict propriety, and sacrifices herself on the altar of what she is pleased to consider her womanhood, the less we hear of that woman (in fiction), the better are we content. What we want, and what artistic beauty demands, is color, warmth, impulse, sweet perversity, pathetic error; an inability to submit the heart to the guidance of the head, a happiness under conditions against which a rational judgment protests." - Spectator, Dec. 18.

Harvard College. Astronomical Observatory. 35th annual report presented to the Visiting Committee, 1880.

Library. 3d report, 1880, of J. Winsor. President. 54th annual report, 1879/80. Herodotus. Stories of the East, from Herodotus, by Rev. A. J. Church.

"This volume necessarily misses the great poctical charm which belonged to the Stories from Homer, the Stories from Virgil, and the Stories from the Greek tragedians. Herodotus, though he is often quaint and picturesque, and enters warmly into many of the phases of human suffering, was not a poet, and in the Eastern portion of his History did not very often write upon subjects which stirred his own sympathies at all deeply. In the Stories of the West, Mr. Church will doubtless show us Herodotus in a more fascinating form. None of his previous books have been illustrated with half the same care and brilliancy of effect. It would be impossible, we think, to praise too highly the style. While preserving the tone of perfect simplicity, and the air of eager appetite with which Herodotus records even those marvels which he cannot quite swallow, Mr. Church has yet given that old-world dignity to the style, of the lack of which Lord Macaulay seems- - quite untruly, in our estimation to accuse Herodotus." Spectator, Nov. 20.

Inama-Sternegg, K: T. von. Die Ausbildung der grossen Grundherrschaften in Deutschland während der Karolingerzeit. (lr Bd., 1s Heft of Schmoller, G. Staats- und socialwissenschaftliche Forschungen.)

"It is easy to see how important this investigation is for the history of feudalism especially on its so much neglected side, its relation to the peasantry; it is, moreover, an almost wholly unexplored field. The essay consists of four chapters, besides a short introduction. The first chapter discusses the mark community, which was the starting point in the entire process, especially in its social and economical aspects. The second is statistical; the third treats of the development of great estates; and the fourth of their social influence. These two chapters contain the substance of the work, and are remarkably clear and exhaustive statements. We have never seen described so fully the process by which the free peasantry was gradually brought into serfdom, or a condition analogous to it; nor is there, probably, so complete an account of the social condition of Germany at this period as that contained in these chapters. The fourth chapter is, perhaps, the most interesting. The author shows that the eighth century was distinguished by a rapid economic advance, which was not without its influence in subverting the freedom of the peasantry; when great fortunes are made rapidly, the weaker go to the wall. It was imperatively necessary, however, in the interests of economic progress, to pass from the narrow. ness and isolation of the earlier agricultural life; and the formation of great estates, with the feudalism that grew out of it, was an essential step in civilization. Here, too, the author shows clearly why it was that in Germany (the same thing is true for France) the feudal order of things, and so the modern, which grew out of it, was not based upon the earlier mark.communities, but upon the so-called villication, while in England the feudal unit, the manor, was identical with the township." Jackson, Mrs. II. M., formerly Mrs. Hunt. Century of dishonor; a sketch of the United States Governnent's dealings with the Indian tribes. Jehu Junior, pseud. Vanity fair album. Vol. 12. Jevons, W. S. Studies in deductive logic; a

manual for students.

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"Nearly six hundred and fifty questions, ranging over almost all the topics of deductive logic, and, as many of the questions have a number of applications, another four hundred and fifty must be added. But this is not all; the professor offers to students 220 models of answers to questions. The professor takes the opportunity afforded by these answers to refer to and criticise the views of his predecessors. It is to be regretted that Prof. Jevons has thought fit to disparage Sir William Hamilton's labors, to which most of the interest now taken in logic can be traced. Criticism cannot be objected to, but it might have been more generous in its tone. There can be no doubt that Hamilton's doctrine of quantification of the predicate was the first step towards the foundation of equational logic, in which Prof. Jevons has made his fame as a logician. And if it be objected that Hamilton was anticipated by G. Bentham, the objection comes with an ill grace from one who confesses that his system is based on that of Boole, and who is thought by many to have marred it in the transference. While Prof. Jevons's system is more adapted for ordinary minds, it has adapted itself too readily to their inaccuracy; the ambiguous use of the disjunctive is decidedly a falling off from the original. The book will be indispensable to the

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"The kind of humor which Leech embodied in his drawings this peculiar, hearty, genial, easy laughter, at all things in heaven and earth - is becoming every day a rarer phenomenon. The difference is pointed out clearly enough, on a comparison of this volume, representing Our people' by Mr. Keene, and the series of 'Society' pictures by Mr. Du Maurier. Over the first book there hangs something of the wider scope, greater tolerance, and broader manner, which marked the caricatures of the earlier half of this century; in the latter, we find rather a spirit, as sarcastic as it is refined, as personal as it is narrow, as biting as it is restrained. Those who are hit hardest by Mr. Keene will scarcely like the artist or enjoy his pictures the less; those whom Mr. Du Maurier selects as worthy objects of his satire can, we think, be little likely to forgive an artist who has probed their every weakness for the sake of exposing it. ... In Mr. Du Maurier's work delicacy and beauty both of conception and work go together, and they are answered in the rougher caricatures of his rival by strength and freedom; in the first artist the delicacy frequently degenerates into weakness and sometimes mere twaddle, and in the second the strength often becomes coarseness, and the freedom license." - Spectator, Dec. 18.

Klaczko, J. Causeries florentines.

"Le commandeur, l'académicien, la comtesse, le prince se disent dans son livre de très belles choses sur de très beaux sujets. C'est profond, mystique, pas clair, à recommander en un mot aux personnes qui aiment à chercher la petite bête." -"- Bibliothèque univ., Dec. Lenox Library, N. Y. Contributions to a catalogue, no. 5: Works of Shakespeare, etc. Massachusetts Horticultural Society.

tions, 1879, pt. 2.

Mitchell, A. The past in the present.


A review in Nature, Dec. 31, contains some good remarks on the survival of early implements. Mitchell, E. C. The critical handbook; guide to

the study of the authenticity, canon and text of the Greek New Testament.

"The author has received valuable aid from eminent scholars in England and America, especially from Dr. Ezra Abbot, of Cambridge, who has bestowed upon the whole of part 3 and the accompanying tables much patient thought, suggesting many new points of interest and value." - Publisher's weekly, Dec. 25. Mohammed. The Qur'ân; tr. by E. H. Palmer. 2 v. (Vol. 6, 9, of Müller, F: M. Sacred books.) Morris, Commodore C: Autobiography; with portrait and explan. notes.

Morrison, L. A. History of the Morison or Morrison family.

Niven, W. Monograph of Aston Hall, Warwickshire.

"The drawings of this mansion (for which the Institute of British Architects recently awarded their medal) are now published. The house was built by Sir Thomas Holte between the years 1618-35, and from its extent and

the unusually complete and unaltered state in which it still remains, is a most important specimen of the domestic architecture of that period. There are 15 plates, consisting chiefly of measured drawings, but a few views are included. The plates are accompanied by historical and descriptive notes."

Onderdonk, H:, Jr. Antiquities of the Parish Church, Jamaica, includ. Newtown and Flushing, with a contin. of the history of Grace Church to the present time. Oxford, Eng. Selections from the records of the city of Oxford, with extracts from other documents illustrating the municipal history, 1509-83; ed. by W: H. Turner.

"They rather present to us the University, from the outside, as it struck an ordinary townsman, a Philistine' under the Tudor dynasty. They show us the University engaged, not in the cultivation of sound religion and useful learning', not in the promotion of research and scholarship and of science in the widest sense, but in striving to acquire or to retain impossible privileges and powers, in settling the price of ale and victuals, or in striking out the King's name from the butcher's weights and substituting the mark of the University - the book with seven clasps'. If but one-tenth part of the charges here brought against the manners and morals of the members of the University were true, that seat of learning must have stood in even more than its apparently chronic need of reform."- Spectator, Oct. 2.

Piggott, F. T. Foreign judgments, their effect in the English courts.

"M. Piggott cherche, et croit avoir découvert une théorie à la fois nouvelle et suffisante pour expliquer et appuyer toutes les règles relatives à l'execution des jugements à l'étranger. Il a trouvé dans la jurisprudence anglaise deux explications de la manière dont ces jugements sont envisagés par les cours, celle de la comity (courtoisie), et celle de l'obligation. M. Piggott n'aime ni l'une ni l'autre, mais il est persuadé d'avoir abouti par leur combinaison à un résultat notable. Nous nous gardons d'y contredire, d'autant plus que, pour parler en toute franchise, nous ne sommes pas sûr d'avoir bien saisi l'idée de notre auteur, dont le style rappelle souvent celui des mathématiciens plus que celui des juristes." Revue de droit internat., tome 12, no. 12.

Plumptre, C: J: King's College lectures on elocution; or, The physiology and culture of voice and speech, and the expression of the emotions by language, countenance, and gesture. New and enl. illust. ed.

Punch's pocket-book for 1881.

Reed, Sir E: J. Japan; its history, traditions, and religions; with the narrative of a visit in 1879. 2d ed. 2 v.

"As an engineer he was naturally much interested in the public works and manufactures of the country, and the magnitude of some of the government factories, and the perfection which they have already reached, impressed and delighted him. He paid much attention to the native art of the country, of which it is evident we have the most erroneous ideas. Sir Edward traces, in his first volume, the history of the Japanese from the earliest 'God-period' down to the present time; discusses their two great religions, the native Shintoism and imported Buddhism, their political and social system, their foreign relations, the recent reforms, and the existing government. In the second volume, besides the narrative of his journey, he has interesting chapters on art and on

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See also the note under Bird, I. L., p. 241. Reiss, W., and Stübel, A. Peruvian antiquities; the Necropolis of Ancon in Peru; a series of illust. of the civilization and the industry of the empire of the Incas, being the results of personal excavations. Part 1. Rochester, Mass. Official bi-centennial record, July 22, 1879.

Ruskin, J: Fors clavigera; letters to the workmen of Gr. Britain. New ser. Letter 5. Russell, C: New views on Ireland; or, Irish land; grievances, remedies.

Schliemann, H: Ilios; the city and country of the Trojans.

"Honestly, and yet not without a natural pang, Dr. Schliemann recognizes that the Troy of his early imagination is in ruins as utter as any that he has excavated; yet he may well take comfort in the consciousness of having cleared the Homeric question for all time of embarrassments that have long retarded the appreciation of the poetry, either as poetry or as in itself an historical monument of the time intermediate between legendary and strictly historical Hellas." Ath., Dec. 18. Schumann, R. Music and musicians; tr., ed., and annot. by F. R. Ritter. 2d ser.

"This second series of essays gives proof in every page of Schumann's clear and sound judgment and of his keen discrimination; no one understood better than he the duties, the privileges, and also the responsibilities of a musical critic. The translation is somewhat

stiff, and contains, unfortunately, many inaccuracies and errors." J. S. Shedlock in the Acad., Dec. 24.

Shakespeare, W: Loves labors lost; the first

quarto, 1598; a facsimile in photo-lithography by W: Griggs, with forewords by F: J. Furnivall.

Smucker, I:

Centennial history of Licking Co., Ohio; read at centennial celeb. of the Licking Co. Agric. Soc. at the Old Fort', July 4,


Society of the Cincinnati. List of members of the Mass. Soc., includ. a complete roll of the orig. members, etc.

Solid for Mulhooley; a sketch of municipal politics under the leaders, the ring, and the boss. Stevenson, J. J. House architecture. 2 v.

"Written by one of the ablest leaders of the so called 'Queen Anne' movement. The first volume is exclusively devoted to 'Architecture', the second to 'House planning'. Of the latter subject he has devoted a great deal of space and care to practical matters, and on such topics as materials, and construction, heating, ventilation, lighting, warming, etc., has arranged an extremely large mass of practical advice in such a manner that it is available for instant reference." Ath., Oct. 30. Tenney, E. P.

Colorado and homes in the new

West. 7th thous.

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Dr. Wortle's school. (Franklin Sq.

Life of Cicero. 2 v.

Dept. of State. Digest of the published opinions of the Attorneys-General, and of the leading decisions of the Federal courts with ref. to international law, etc. Treasury Dept. Annual report of the Secretary of the Treasury on the state of the finances for 1878, 79. 2 v.

Universalist Centennial, Gloucester, Mass. Proceedings, Sept. 20-22, 1870.

Wakefield, Mass. Inaugural exercises includ. the historical address and poem on the assumption

of its new name, by the town known as So. Reading, July 4, 1868.

Wedmore, F: Studies in English art. 2d series.

Contents. Vol. 2. Romney. -Constable. D: Cox. -G: Cruikshank. - W: Hunt. Prout. - Méryon.-B. Jones. Albert Moore.

Wheildon, W: W. New history of the Battle of Bunker Hill; its purpose, conduct, and result. 2d ed.

Whitaker, J. Almanack for 1881.
Winthrop, R. C: Memoir of H: Clay.
Wither, G: Britain's remembrancer.
(Spenser Soc., 28, 29.)

2 pts.

Woolsey, Miss S. C. A Guernsey lily; or, How the feud was healed.

"The adventures of an English family, who spend eight months in the islands of Jersey and Guernsey, for the benefit of the mother's health; there are two young girls who do many amusing things, and see much that is new and interesting."- Publisher's weekly, Dec. 4. Worcester, Mass. Records of the proprietors; ed. by F. P. Rice. Pt. 3. (Worcester Soc. of Antiq., no. 11.)

Wurtz, A. The atomic theory; tr. by E. Cleminshaw. (Int. sci. ser.)

"At once a scientific treatise and an artistic work. There is in some chapters a lack of detailed facts, which is against the work as a reference book for the advanced student; and in others there is too free a use of fancy, which faculty is not synonymous with that other without which no great scientific work can be produced, viz., imagination. Full justice is not done to the work of Avogadro, on which, confirmed as it has been by physical evidence, rests the structure of modern chemistry. The book is the production of a brilliant author, not the work of a deep thinker." - M. M. P. M. in Nature, Nov. 4. Ziemssen, H. W: von. Cyclopædia of the practice of medicine. Vol. 9.

Zöllner, J: C: F: Transcendental physics; account of experimental investigations from [his] scientific treatises; tr. from the German, with pref. and app. by C: C. Massey.

An attempt to explain spiritualism by the theory of a fourth dimension of matter.

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