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Fogazzaro, A. Daniele Cortis; a novel, tr. by Mrs. I. R. Tilton.
"A work which has attracted a good deal of attention in Italy, and one which should have a great interest also for English readers, not only from the intrinsic power and ability of the writing, but also from the picture it presents to us of life and society." - Spectator, Sept. 26, 1885.
"Striking romance. Daniele Cortis is the most widely read novel of the year in Italy. A vivid, impetuous tale of modern life, full of actuality, and touching on the religious and political problems now troubling the minds of all earnest Italians. It moves with dramatic vigor, contains many pathetic scenes, much realistic dialogue, and frequent descriptive touches. It has been keenly discussed in Italy; some acute critics praise it to the skies, others condemn it, and dwelling on certain ob vious faults of style and construction, assert that its success is due to its religious tone. Meanwhile every one reads it and every literary expert has something to say of it." Linda Villari in the Academy, Jan. 26, 1886.
Forrester, Mrs. Viva. 1878. 2 v. Fournel, F. V. Le vieux Paris; fêtes, jeux, spectacles.
"Paris a vielli bien vite pour lui, car, toutes les fois que la chose est possible, il poursuit ses études jusqu'à la fin du second empire.". -G: de Nouvion in Rev. pol. et lit., 18 déc.
Frampton, J. Three dialogues on the amusements of clergymen. 1796.
France. Ministère de l'Inst. Publique. Collection de documents inédits sur l'histoire de France. 3e sér. Archéologie. Statistique monumentale de Paris; explication des planches, par A. Lenoir. 1867. Francis, J: History of the English railway; its social relations and revelations, 1820-45. 1851. 2 v. Franklin, A.
La vie privée d'autrefois; arts et métiers, etc. des Parisiens du 12e au 18e siècle. 2 v. Gedanken über die Werke des Liebhabers der Wahrheit von der Hexerey. 1767. Gilmore, J. R. (pseud. E. Kirke). John Sevier as a commonwealth builder; sequel to The rearguard of the Revolution.
"John Sevier was among the pioneers who settled the region in eastern Tennessee, and was the first governor of the state."- Nation, May 19.
Hay, R. Views in Cairo. [1840.]
Hessemer, F. M. Arabische u. alt-italienische
Hicks, T: Eulogy on T: Crawford. 1865.
Hints on advocacy, etc. by an English barrister rev. and adapted by an Amer. lawyer. 1880. Hitchcock, H: American state constitutions; a study of their growth.
Holst, H. von. The constitutional law of the U.S. Authorized ed., tr. by A. B. Mason. L'homme; journal illustré des sciences anthropologiques, directeur G. de Mortillet. 1884. Horsley, Rev. J: W: Jottings from jail; notes and
papers on prison matters.
Hughes, T: P. American ancestry; the name and descent in the male line of Americans whose ancestors settled in the U. S. previous to 1776. Vol. 1: City of Albany.
Hurtrel, Mme. A. La femme; sa condition sociale depuis l'antiquité jusqu'à nos jours. Immerzeel, J:, Jr. Lofrede op Rembrandt. 1841. Jackson, Mrs. H. M. formerly Mrs. Hunt. Be
Jephson, J: M. Narrative of a walking tour in Brittany; [with] notes of a photographic expedition by L. Keeve. 1859.
Jollois, J: B. P. Histoire du siège d'Orléans. 1833. Kennard, Mrs. N. A. Mrs. Siddons. (Famous
"Many of Mrs. Siddons's letters, not written with any thought of publication, have been quoted in full, the writer's aim being to make her heroine as lifelike and real to her readers as possible."- Pub. weekly, May 14. Kerr, J. Carlyle as seen in his works; his characteristics as a writer and as a man.
Knight, J. Life of Dante Gabriel Rossetti.
"Contains a valuable bibliography, and a catalogue of the artist's pictures"" - Bookseller, Apr. 6. Krafft, J: C:, and Ransonnette, N. Plans, coupes,
etc. des plus belles maisons et des hôtels à Paris et dans les environs. [1801-02.] 2 v. Kramm, C. De levens en werken der hollandsche
"The tale is singularly complicated. It is not the story of a nation; the unity which it has is artificial, created by conquest, and kept up by Greek or rather Hellenistic culture. But thanks to the trouble which Professor Mahaffy has taken, the account reads as easily as a novel."-F. T. Richards in the Academy, May 14. Malot, H. H: Zyte.
"Comment se font et que deviennent les mariages de théâtre? C'est le sujet de Zyte, le nouveau roman d'Hector Malot, qui paraît chez Charpentier. L'œuvre est d'une observation originale, qui va de la roulotte des saltimbanques aux coulisses de la Comédie-Française, en s'enchainant au milieu de scènes gaies ou poignantes pleines d'intérèt." — Temps.
Margry, P. Découvertes et établissements des Français dans l'ouest et dans le sud de l'Amérique Septentrionale, 1614-1754. 6e pte. Marzials, F. T. Life of Charles Dickens. (Great
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"It has no claim to originality, has taken the pains to sift carefully the materials ready to his hand, to preserve what was worth preserving, and to omit the rubbish. He has consequently produced a clear, intelligible, and interesting memoir. A word of special praise is due to Mr. J. P. Anderson's bibliogra phy." Athenæum, Mar. 26.
Maspéro, G. C: L'archéologie égyptienne.
He is not blind to the defects and makeshifts of ancient Egyptian art; but he is equally alive to its many beauties, and he places those beauties before his readers in a truer and clearer light than they have been placed by any preceding writer. He sweeps away a great many archæological cobwebs in the course of this new volume, and, as usual, abolishes plenty of time-honoured errors."-A. B. Edwards in the Academy, May 21. Massinger, P. Philip Massinger; ed., with introd. and notes, by A. Symons; unexpurgated ed. (Mermaid ser.)
Maude, J: E: The foundations of ethics; ed. by W: James.
Michel, F., called X. F. Job; ou, Les pastoureaux, 1251; Audefroi-le-bâtard, 1272. 1832. Mirabeau, H. G. R., comte de. Mémoires biographiques, littéraires, et politiques, écrits par lui-même, par son père, son oncle, et son fils adoptif. 1834-35. 8 v.
Mistère du Viel Testament, Le; pub. avec introd., notes et glossaires par le baron James de Rothschild. Tome 4, 5. 1885. Moreau, l'abbé G: Le monde des prisons. Mozley, T: Henry VII., Prince Arthur, and Cardinal Morton from a group on the chancel screen of Plymtree Church, Co. of Devon, with notice, and app. 1878. Müller, F: M. The science of thought.
"He is at his best when he most thoroughly accepts the doctrine of evolution; and he accepts it through so large a portion of his work that but for the authority attaching to his great name, the parts where he forsakes and controverts it might have been passed over in respectful silence." -A. W. Benn in the Academy, May 7. Müller, H: Ulrich Zwingli; ein Denkmal. 1819. Nadar, F. Tournachon, called. Quand j'étais étudiant. 1856. Nicolle, H:
Contes invraisemblables; Le tueur de mouches, etc. 1861.
Norgate, K. England under the Angevin kings.
Notice sur la collection des portraits de Marie Stu
art appartenant au Prince Alexandre Labanoff, préc. d'un résumé chronologique. 1856.
O'Brien, R. B. Irish wrongs and English remedies; with other essays.
Palatinate. Catechesis religionis Christianæ quæ tradita est in ecclesiis et scholis Palatinatus, etc. [Lat. et Germ.] 1580. Paleario, A. Benefizio della morte di Cristo. [1849.]
Palmer, R., Earl of Selborne. Defence of the Ch. of England against disestablishment. Patrick, R. W. Knapsack and rifle; or, Life in the grand army; also, a complete chronology of the war, etc.
Percival, J. G. Poems. 1821.
Perrot, G:, and Chipiez, C: Histoire de l'art dans l'antiquité. T. 4. Judée; Sardaigne, Syrie, Cappadoce.
Perry, Rev. T: W. Some historical considerations rel. to the declaration on kneeling app. to the communion office of the English Book of Common Prayer; letter to Rt. Rev. C: H. Terrot; added, a postscript of further authorities, etc. 1863.
Pestalozzi, J: H: Bilder aus dem Leben Zwingli.
Petrarca, F. Sonetti e canzoni. [1558.]
vents established on the continent after the dissolution of religious houses in England; ed. by Rev. F. C. Husenbeth. 1849. Political science quarterly. Vol. 1. 1884. Pouy, F. Les faïences, spécialement celle d'origine picarde. 1873.
Praed, Mrs. C. Moloch; a story of sacrifice. Price, L. Interiors and exteriors in Venice. 1843. Prime, S: I. Life of S: F. B. Morse, inventor of the electro-magnetic recording telegraph. 1875.
Principali costumi di Roma, disegn. dai miglori ar-
Rider, C. British Merlin for 1795.
Robertson, E. S. Life of H: Wadsworth Longfellow. (Great writers.) Rodd, R. Rose leaf and apple leaf; with an introd. by O. Wilde. 1882.
Roger Camerden; a strange story.
"Based upon a bit of physiological psychology which seems to be supplying the motif of fiction at present." Atlantic monthly. May.
Rondelet, A. Essai historique sur le pont de Rialto. 1836.
Roussel, P: J. A., d'Epinal. The castle of the Tuileries; a narrative of events which have taken place in that palace; tr. by F. Latham. 1803.
Præterita. Vol. 2, pt, 10.
"Contains an exposition of the mystic dogmas of Leopardi, Schopenhauer and Hartmann, with a slender biography of each." - Nation, Oct. 1, 1885.
Sappho. Memoir, text, selected renderings, and a
[tr.] by L. D. Congreve.
"All three tales make us regret heartily that M. Scioberet devoted the latter part of his life to the study and practice of the law, rather than the production of these delightful idyls.” - Spectator, Mar. 5. Scott, N.. N. Memoir of Hugh Lawson White; with selections from his speeches and correspondence. 1856.
Sears, G: W. (pseud. Nessmuk). Forest runes. Sherman, F. D. Madrigals and catches. Sichler, L. Histoire de la littérature russe. Smeaton, D. M. The loyal Karens of Burma. Smith, A. Through Cyprus.
Smith, J. M. Ornamental interiors ancient and
Soulié, M. F: Julie. 1856.
La lionne. 1856.
"Two very well arranged and careful indexes — one to all the characters alphabetically, the other to the appearances of each character in the separate plays.". Ulbach, L: Ecrivains et hommes de lettres. 1857. Viaud, J. (pseud. P: Loti). Aziyadé. 1879. Vicary, J: F. Olav the king, and Olav, king and
martyr. Saga time.
"Social life of the Norsemen during the poetic period common to nations during their evolution from barbarism to civilization. The main circumstances of life in the age of Vikings and Bærsærks are vividly realized.” Saturday rev., May 21.
Winslow, Mrs. C. M. R. Yesterdays with actors. Winsor, J. Was Shakespeare Shapleigh? a correspondence in two entanglements.
Wright, J. M. Bricks from Babel; a brief view of the myths, traditions, etc. of races, with studies in ethnography. 1885. Wyatt, M. D. Specimens of the geometrical mosaics of the Middle Ages, etc. [1848.]
Battle Abbey. Custumals in the reigns of Edward and Edward 11, 1283-1312; ed. by S. R. Scargill-Bird. (Camden Soc.)
"At a time when so much discussion is going on in regard to the proprietorship of land, and the condition of those who till it, the last publication of the Camden Society, namely, Custumals of Battle Abbey,' will be found of special use. The manorial system does not appear from its pages to have been otherwise than a fair and equitable arrangement between capital and labor.” Church rev., May.
Baylor, F.. C. Behind the Blue Ridge. Bernard, C: B. D. de la V., dit C: de. tonnerre, etc. 1872. Beulé, C: E. Histoire de l'art grec avant Périclès. 2e éd. 1870. Birrell, A. Obiter dicta. 2d ser. Some admirably written essays. Amusing and brilliant." Spectator.
Blache, N. La besogne de Peymarlier.
"The work attracted much attention while it was ap pearing in the Nouvelle revue,' and in a number of Belgian and Hungarian journals. The name of a journalist which is taken for the title has been applied in France by political spite to a great journalist-politician who now holds high office, but we are certain that M. Blache had no Parisian and no Opportunist' real persons in view. M. Blache, who is president of the council general of a Southern department, draws in his book a picture of Barjols, le Tivoli de Provence'; and if M. Peymarlier is real we should be inclined to look for him not in Paris; but in the office of Le progrès du Var." - Athenæum, June 11.
Blanquet, A. (pseud. Chrysale).
Boulenger, J. C. De pictura, plastice, statuaria libri II. 1627.
Bourinot, J: G: Local government in Canada; a historical study. (Johns Hopkins Univ. Studies.)
Boutmy, E. Le développement de la constitution et de la société politique en Angleterre. Brand, W: F. London life seen with German eyes. [188-.]
Brown, J: C. [Works on forestry. 1877-87.] 10 v. Namely. Forestry in Norway. Forestry in the mining districts of the Ural mountains. Forests and forestry in Poland, Lithuania and the Baltic provinces of Russia. Forests and forestry of northern Russia. -Forests and moisture. Forests of England.- Introduction to the study of modern forest economy - Pine plantations on the sand wastes of France. - School of Forest Engineers in Spain. - Schools of forestry in Germany; with add. rel. to a British national school of forestry.
Hydrology of South Africa; causes of its present aridity, with suggestions of remedies. 1875.
"There is not a piece in this volume which has not embodied in it a full measure of grace and culture and charm."-Spectator, Apr. 16. Clunet, E: Offenses et actes hostiles commis par des particuliers contre un état étranger. Cobbett, P. Leading cases on international law. 1885.
Corfield, W. H. Dwelling houses; their sanitary construction, etc. 1880. Dalnoki, F. L. Hist. necromantium pythonissæ Endoreæ et oraculorum sybillinorum. 1761. Dante Alighieri. Il convito; The banquet of Dante Alighieri, tr. by E.. P. Sayer, with introd. by H: Morley.
Danzel, T. W: Gotthold Ephraim Lessing. [1849
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Detaille, E: Types et uniformes; l'armée française, textes par J. Richard. 1-10e livre. 1885-87.
England's Helicon; coll. of lyrical and pastoral poems, pub. in 1600; ed. by A. H. Bullen. Ferguson, J. Robert Ferguson, the Plotter, etc. "A biography of one of the strangest figures of Eng. lish politics in the period between the Revolution and the accession of the House of Hanover."— Athenæum, May 21.
Ferrers, E. Clavis Hogarthiana; or, Illustrations of Hogarth, etc. 1817.
Flaubert, G. Salammbô; [illust.] par A. Poirson. France. Forest ordinance of 1669; tr. by J: C. Brown; with hist. sketch of previous treatment of forests in France. 1883. Gaidoz, H: Etudes de mythologie gauloise: le dieu du soleil et le symbolisme de la roue. La rage et Saint Hubert.
Gaspey, T. Life and times of the good Lord Cobham. 1844. Genone, H. Bellona's husband. Genthe, F: W: Geschichte der macaronische Poesie, u.s.w. 1829.
Gessner, G: Johann Kaspar Lavaters Lebensbeschreibung. 1802-83. 3 v.
Grant, C:, vicomte de Vaux, History of Mauritius.
Greenough, H. Letters to his brother H: Greenough, with biog. sketches, ed. by F. B. Greenough.
Gresswell, W:, and others. England and her colonies; the five best essays on Imperial federation submitted to the London Chamber of Commerce.
Griffin, Sir L. Famous monuments of Central India.
Horn, F. C. Die Poesie und Beredsamkeit der Deutschen von Luther's Zeit bis zur Gegenwart. 1822-24. 3 v.
Hovyn de Tranchière, J. Les dessous de l'histoire; curiosités judiciares, administratives, pol. et
lit. 1886. 2 v.
"M. Hovyn de Tranchère a longtemps travaillé au milieu de la précieuse collection de manuscrits français que possède la bibliothèque impériale de Saint-Petersbourg, et qui provient en grande partie des trouvailles faites par un secrétaire de l'ambassade de Russie à Paris, en 1789, à la suite de la prise de la Bastile et du sac de l'abbaye de Saint-Germain de Prés." - T. de L. in Polybiblion, Nov.
Hughes, J: T. Doniphan's expedition; account
Illgen, C. F: Symbolarum ad vitam et doctrinam
"I have endeavoured to give a tolerably complete description of all the architectural monuments of importance on the mainland of Dalmatia, the islands, the Croatian shore of the Quarnero, and the Litorale of Is. tria from Pola to Aquileja. To this I have added an account of the island of Grado, which though never like Aquileja part of Istria is so intimately connected with Dalmatia as the metropolitan see of the Venetian dominion that it naturally belongs to my subject. The illustrations are not confined to architectural subjects, but include several examples of church plate and silversmith's work in which Dalmatia is unusually rich, and also, sev eral of the towns which give an idea of Dalmatian scenery." Preface. Jahres-Verzeichniss der an den Deutschen Universitäten erschienenen Schriften.
Jeep, A. Gerson, Wicelfus, Hussus inter se et cum reformatoribus comparati. 1857. Jeffries, R: The dewey morn; a novel. 1884. 2 v. Jocoserius, W. Wol-geschliffener Narren-Spiegel, [illust. 16-].
Johnson, V. W. The house of the musician.
"The plot is simple, but the superstitions and legends which are worked into it give it color and charm."Pub. weekly, July 9.
Johnston, A. Connecticut; a study of a common
wealth democracy. (Amer. commonwealths.) "The dominant idea of the book is the spontaneous generation, so to speak, of democracy on Connecticut Boil." - Nation, July 7.
Karr, H. W. S. Shores and Alps of Alaska. Keppel, W: C., Viscount Bury, and Hilllier, G. L.
Cycling. (Badminton lib.)
"As offered to the American public, the capital defect of the book is that it is so exclusively English."Nation, June 2.
Ker, Rev. J: The Psalms in history and biography, Knight, G: W. History and management of land grants for education in the Northwest territory. 1885. (Amer. Hist. Assoc.) Knollys, H: Sketches of life in Japan. Labus, G. Museo della R. Accademia di Mantova. 1839. 3 v.