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Langhorne, W: H:

Reminiscences connected chiefly with Inveresk and Musselburgh, and sketches of family history. Larive, pseud., and Fleury,

Dictionnaire français illustré des mots et des choses; ou, Dictionnaire encyclopédique. 1887-89. 3 v. Lecky, W: E: H. Political value of history. 1892. Le Gallienne, R: English poems. 1892. Legge, A. O. Sunny Manitoba; its people and its industries; illust.

Lillie, A. The influence of Buddhism on primitive Christianity.

"It is the contention of this work that Christ was an Essene monk; that Christianity was Essenism; and that Essenism was due to the Buddhist missionaries." Preface.

+ Lincoln, Mass. Dedication of the new Town
House in Lincoln, May 26, 1892.
Linderfelt, K. A. Eclectic card catalog rules.
Lippincott's gazetteer of the world; complete pro-

nouncing gazetteer or geographical dictionary; originally edited by J. Thomas. New rev. ed. showing population, etc. McCarthy, J. The dictator; a novel of politics and society. Macdonald, Rev. J. Mackenzie, Sir M.

Religion and myth. Essays.


Contents. Specialism in medicine. -Medical special. ism; a rejoinder. Is medicine a progressive science? -Health-seeking in Tenerife and Madeira.-Speech and song. The dreadful revival of leprosy. The reform of the College of Surgeons. The effect of smok. ing on the voice. The use and abuse of hospitals. Exercise and training. Influenza. The new yachting. The relation of general culture to professional success. - - Swimming.

Mallarmé, S. Villiers de l'Isle-Adam. 1892. Mallet, C: E: The French Revolution. (University extension manuals.)

Martin, A. P. Life and letters of R. Lowe, Viscount Sherbrooke; with a memoir of Sir J: C. Sherbrooke. 2 v.

Masson, D. Edinburgh sketches and memoirs. 1892.

Contents. Queen Mary's Edinburgh. R. Rollock and the beginnings of Edinburgh University. - King James' farewell to Holyrood. - Proposed memorial to Drummond of Hawthornden. Allen Ramsay. - Lady Wardlaw and the Baroness Nairne. - Edinburgh through the Dundas despotism. The last years of Sir Walter Scott. - Carlyle's Edinburgh life. - R. K. Sharpe. -J: H. Burton. Dr. J: Brown. Literary history of Edinburgh.

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Mitre, B. The emancipation of South America; a condensed translation by W: Pilling of the History of San Martin.

Monkhouse, W: C. Corn and poppies; [poems].


† Momerie, Rev. A. W. The religion of the future; and other essays.

Morfill, W: R: The story of Poland. (Story of the nations.)

Morris, W: O. Napoleon, warrior and ruler; and the military supremacy of revolutionary France. (Heroes of the nations.) Morse, J: T., Jr. Abraham Lincoln. 2 v. (Amer. statesmen.)

Mulhall, M. G. and E: T. Handbook of the river Plate; comp. the Argentine Republic, Uruguay, and Paraguay. 6th ed. 1892. Murray, D: C. Bob Martin's little girl. New ed. Nash, J: T. Volunteering in India; narr. of the military services of the Bengal Yeomanry Cavalry during the Indian Mutiny and Sepoy War.

National cyclopædia of American biography; the history of the U. S. as illustrated in the lives of the founders, etc. Vol. 1, 2. 1892. 2 v.

Norman, P: London signs and inscriptions; with introd. by H: B. Wheatley. (Camden lib.) North, M. Some further recollections of a happy life; sel. from [her] journals, 1859-69; ed. by Mrs. J: A. Symonds.

Owen, Rev. J: The skeptics of the Italian Renais

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Phelps, E.. S. (now Mrs. H. D. Ward). Donald Marcy. Poinsard, L. Libre-échange et protection; la politique douanière de tous les pays expliquée par leur état social et économique. Pool, M. L.. Katharine North; a novel. Ponce de Leon, N. The Columbus gallery; historical description; the discoverer of the New World as represented in portraits, monuments, statues, medals, and paintings. Potapeêko, N. E. A father of six; and An occa sional holiday; tr. by W. Gaussen. (Unknown lib.)

Potter, J: H. Under cotton canvas; the Onward's last voyage; [round the world].

Q. (pseud. for A. T: Quiller-Couch). Green bays; verses and parodies. 2d ed.

Reed, E.. A. Persian literature, ancient and mod

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Robertson, J. M. The eight hours question. Rogers, Mrs. C. K. B. (pseud. Clara Doria). The philosophy of singing.

Russell, T. B.

Current Americanisms; dictionary of words and phrases in common use. Sanborn, F. B:, and Harris, W: T. A. Bronson Alcott; his life and philosophy. 2 v. Scott, W. B. A poet's harvest home; short poems; with an aftermath.

Shelley, P. B. The masque of anarchy; fac-simile repr. of original ed., pub. in 1832; ed. by T: J: Wise. 1892. (Shelley Soc. Pub.) Sienkiewicz, H: Without dogma; a novel of modern Poland; tr. by I. Young.

Sloane, W: M. The French War and the Revolution. (Amer. hist. ser.)

Smith, A. H. Catalogue of sculpture in the department of Greek and Roman antiquities, British Museum. Vol. 1. 1892.

* Souriau, P. La suggestion dans l'art. Stevenson, F. S. Historic personality.

"A brief survey of the various modes by which the personality of eminent men can be expressed and realized."

Stillé, C: J. Maj.-Gen. Anthony Wayne and the
Pennsylvania line in the continental army.
Stories from Scribner; stories of New York.
Contents. Eliot, A. From four to six. - Perry, B.
The commonest possible story. Hibbard, G. A. The
end of the beginning. Wood, J. S. A Puritan ingé.
nue.- Wharton, E. Mrs. Manstey's view.
Stories from Scribner; stories of the railway.

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Contents. Hibbard, G. A. "As the sparks fly up. ward." Davison, C: S. How I sent my aunt to Balti. more. Page, T: N. Run to seed. — Gordon, A. C. Flandroe's Mogul.

* Strong, E. H. In Paradise; or, State of the faithful dead; study on death and after-death. *Sturgis, R., and others. Homes in city and country.

Contents. Sturgis, R. The city house in the East and South. Root, J: W. The city house in the West. Price, B. The suburban house. - Mitchell, D. G. The country house. - Parsons, S:, Jr. Small country places. Linn, W. A. Building and loan associations. Sullivan, T: R. Day and night stories. 2d ser. Contents. The clerk of the weather. A Toledo blade. - "To her."-The anatomist of the heart. -The man in red. -Jack-in-the-box. Under cover of darkness.

Suttner, B., Freiherrin von. "Ground arms;"

the story of a life; tr. by A. A. Abbott.


*Sweetser, M. F. The Maritime provinces; a handbook for travellers; also Newfoundland and the Labrador coast. 9th ed. Tamura, N. The Japanese bride.

A comparative study of Japanese and American social life.

Thanet. O. (pseud. of A. French). An adventure in photography; illust. Stories of a Western town.

Thwaites, R. G. The story of Wisconsin. [1890.] (Story of the states.)

Tirebuck, W: Sweetheart Gwen; a Welsh idyll. Treanor, Rev. T. S. Heroes of the Goodwin Sands. 1892. (Relig. Tract Soc.)

Accounts of the rescues from shipwreck effected by the boatmen,

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Underwood, F. H: The poet and the man; recollections and appreciations of J. R. Lowell. Valroger, L. M.. de. Etude sur l'institution des consuls de la mer au Moyen Age. 1891.

* Van Ness, T: The coming religion.

Contents. The religion of Jesus; or, The gospel of love. The religion of science; or, The gospel of evolution. The religion of humanity; or, the gospel of socialism. Reconciliation. Van Rensselaer, Mrs. M. G. Art out-of-doors; hints on good taste in gardening. Vast, H: Les grands traités du règne de Louis XIV. Waller, E. Poems; ed. by G. T. Drury. (The muses lib.)

Ward, W. W: G: Ward and the Catholic revival.


"On the historical side this book deals, as its title indicates, with one aspect of the great movement which this century has witnessed almost throughout Christendom, on behalf of those Catholic ideals against which the Reformation of the 16th century was in great part a protest. Mr. Ward represented in politics and theology the unqualified opposition to the extremes of Liberal Catholicism against which Pius IX.'s pontificate was a constant protest; and in philosophy his tendency was towards the fusion of Ultramontane loyalty, with a sympathetic assimilation of all that is valuable in contemporary thought, as the best means of purging it of what is dangerous. The remaining subject dealt with in this book is that of Mr. Ward's treatment of the more fundamental problems of religious belief which have been exercising the minds of Englishmen during the latter half of this century." - Preface.

Watson, W: The eloping angels; a caprice.

Excursions in criticism; prose recreations of a rhymer.

Contents. Some literary idolatries. The punishment of genius. Keats and Mr. Colvin. - The Lancashire laureate. Hardy's "Tess of the D'Urbervilles." Critics and their craft. Lowell as a critic. Coleridge's supernaturalisin. - The mystery of style. R. H. Hutton. A. Dobson's "Hogarth." Ibsen's Prose dramas. Meredith's poetry.- Dr. Johnson on modern poetry.

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"The compiler has been animated by a desire to ascertain whether it would be possible (1) to make a complete and orderly survey of any book; (2) to secure uniformity of plan in indices or surveys prepared by different persons; and (3) to provide an endowment for a general enterprise in this direction by making a digestindex attractive enough to be a readable, saleable book on its own merits, apart from its function as a key to another book." — - Preface.

Wilkins, M.. E. Giles Corey, yeoman; a play. Woodgate, W. B. A modern layman's faith concerning the creed and breed of the "thoroughbred man."

The author believes in the existence of pre-Adamite man, and considers that the "raison d'être" of the histories and genealogies of the descendants of Adam in the Pentateuch is “the disclosure and record of what I may style colloquially the Almanac-de-Gotha of the Thorough-bred Man," the importance of this record being connected with the "expectation of a Redeemer or re-organizer, or Avenger of Caucasians, to be born from them or their descendants."

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Addis, W: E., and Arnold, T: Catholic dictionary; account of the doctrine, discipline, rites, etc., of the Catholic Church. New ed., rev. and enl. with assistance of T. B. Scannell.

*Allen, G. Blood royal; a novel. † Amory, T: C. Materials for the history of the family of J: Sullivan of Berwick, N. E., and of the O'Sullivans of Ardea, Ireland; with a pedigree of O'Sullivan Beare, by Sir J: B. Burke.

Anstey, F. (pseud. of F. A. Guthrie).


Punch's pocket Ibsen; the best known dramas condensed and re-arranged. Contents. Rosmershölm. — - Nora; or, The bird-cage. - Hedda Gabler. The wild duck. - Pili doctor Her. dal.

Arthèz, D. La femme de mon fils.

Backus, J. B. Genealogical chart of the Chester family; with other lineal ancestors. Bacon, E. M. Boston illustrated; descriptions of the city and its suburbs, etc.; with historical allusions. New ed. [1892.] Baedeker, K: The United States; with an excursion into Mexico; handbook for travellers. Ball, Sir R. S. In starry realms, 1892. Balmforth, R. (pseud. Laon Ramsey). The new reformation and its relation to moral and social problems.

Contents. Decay of Orthodox beliefs. — Future development of religious life. Sanctions of morality. New reformation and its relation to social problems. - The true teachers of the working classes.

Barrie, J. M. The Tillyloss scandal.

Contents. Tillyloss scandal. How Gavin Birse put it to Mag Lowrie. Life in a country manse. Dite Deuchars. -The minister's gown. -The captain of the school. A powerful drug. Every man his own doctor. Shutting a map; a note of warning. - An invalid in lodgings. The mystery of time tables. Mending the clock. The biggest box in the world. The coming dramatist. It.

+ Bartlett, T: E: The Bartletts; ancestral, genealogical, biographical, historical; with special reference to the descendants of J: Bartlett, of Weymouth and Cumberland. [1892.] Basse, W: Poetical works, 1602-53; coll. and ed. with introd. and notes by R. W. Bond. Bayne, P: The Free Church of Scotland; her origin, founders, and testimony. Beraldi, H: Les graveurs du 19e siècle; guide de l'amateur d'estampes modernes. 1885-92.

12 v.

Berdoe, E. Origin and growth of the healing art; a popular history of medicine in all ages and countries.

Besant, W., and Rice, J. By Celia's arbour; a tale of Portsmouth town. 2 v. Bickersteth, M. Japan as we saw it; with pref. by the Bishop of Exeter.

Bindi, V. Monumenti storici ed artistici degli Abruzzi; studi; con pref. di F. Gregorius; illust. 1889.

Bishop, W: H: A house-hunter in Europe. Blake, W: Works, poetic, symbolic, and critical; ed.with lithographs of the "prophetic books," memoir, and interpretations, by E. J: Ellis and W: B. Yeats. 3 v.

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Contents. Bellamy, Mrs. B. W. General introd. Brackett, A. C. Preface. - - Willard, Mrs. E. Plan for improving female education. - Embury, Mrs. E. C. Female education. Mitchell, M. Collegiate education of girls. - Runkle, Mrs. L. G. A new knock at an old door. - Palmer, Mrs. A. F. Review of the higher education of women. - Salmon, L. M. The teaching of history in academies and colleges. - Brack. ett, A. C. The private school for girls.

Bromley, G: W. and W. S. Atlas of Brookline, Mass. [2d ed.]

Brookfield, C: H. E.

The twilight of love; four studies of the artistic temperament.

Contents. A modern Penelope. - -The road to success. Kirk and stage. A superior animal.

Brown, P. H. Scotland before 1700; from contemporary documents.

*Browne, M. H. A spray of lilac; and other poems and songs. 1892.

Bryden, H. A. Gun and camera in Southern Africa; wanderings in Bechuanaland, the Kalahori Desert, and the Lake River country; with notes on colonization, natives, natural history, etc.; illust. Burton, I., Lady. Life of Sir R: F. Burton. 2 v. Capers, H: D. Life and times of C. G. Memmin

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Cherbuliez, V. Le secret du précepteur. 3e éd. Cheyne, T: K. Founders of Old Testament criticism; biographical, descriptive, and critical studies.

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Contents. Warburton, Lowth, Geddes. - Eichhorn and Ilgen. DeWette, Gesenius. Ewald. Hitzig, Hengstenberg, Vatke, Bleek. Hupfeld, Delitzsch. Richm, Reuss, Lagarde, Kuenen. - Colenso, Kalisch, S. Davidson, R. Williams, Perowne, A. B. Davidson, R. Martineau. R. Smith, A. B. Davidson, Briggs, Toy, Schrader, Sayce, Kirkpatrick, Ryle, F. Brown, Moore, Whitehouse, G. A. Smith, Duff, Fripp, Addis, Montefiore, Bevan. - Driver.

Claude, J: Cruel persecutions of the Protestants in France; 1st Amer. repr. of the tr. pub. in London, 1707, with biog. sketch by N. Cyr.

Coleridge, S: T. Poetical works; ed. with biog. introd. by J. D. Campbell.

Collignon, M. Histoire de la sculpture grecque; illust. Vol. 1. 1892.

Collins, J: C. Jonathan Swift; a biographical and critical study.

Colombo, C. Journal, 1492-93; and documents rel. to the voyages of J: Cabot and G. Corte Real;; tr. with notes and introd. by C. R. Markham. (Hakluyt Soc.) Colville, Mme. Z: Round the black man's garden [Africa].

Comba, E. Storia de' Valdesi.

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Compayré, G. Abelard, and the origin and early history of universities. (Great educators.) *Conway, K. E. A dream of lilies. [Poems.] Cook, Capt. J. Journal during his first voyage

round the world in H. M. bark "Endeavour," 1768-71; lit. transcrip. of the original mss.; with notes and introd.; ed. by Capt. W. J. L. Wharton.

+ Cooke. W. W. Report on bird migration in the Mississippi Valley in 1884, 85; ed. and rev. by C. H. Merriam. 1888.

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Crawford, F. M. Pietro Ghisleri.

Creevey, C. A. Recreations in botany. Curtis, G: W: Other essays from the Easy Chair. Daft, R: Kings of cricket; reminiscences and anecdotes, with hints on the game; with introd. by A. Lang.

Dante Alighieri. Comedy; rendered into English by Sir E: Sullivan. [Pt. 1:] Hell. *Darmesteter, Mme. A. M. F. R. Retrospect; and other poems. (Cameo series.)

Delille, E: Some French writers.

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Drack, M. (pseud. of A: Poitevin). L'amour dans la mort.

Du Bled, V. Le prince de Ligne et ses contemporains; avec une préf. de C: de Mazade. 1890.

Contents. Le prince de Ligne.- Beaumarchais. André Chénier; Joseph Chénier; Lebrun-Pindare; La Harpe. - Mercier. - Chamfort, L'abbé Sieyès. - Camille Desmoulins.

* Du Bose, J: W. Life and times of W: L. Yancey; a history of political parties in the U. S., 1834-64; especially as to the origin of the Confederate States. 1892.

Du Camp, M. Théophile Gautier; tr. by J. E. Gordon; pref. by A. Lang. (Great French writers.) Dyer, T: F. T. Ebers, G: M. The story of my life, from childhood to manhood; tr. by M. J. Safford.

The ghost world.

Edwords, C. E. Camp-fires of a naturalist; expeditions after N. A. mammals; from the field notes of L. L. Dyche.

"A description of the life of a naturalist-hunter and of the pleasures of camp life, with a naturalist's explanations of the habits of animals."- Preface.

Eliot, A. White birches; a novel. Elvin, C: N. Hand-book of the orders of chivalry, war medals and crosses with their clasps and ribbons, etc.; illust. 1892.

Ernst, W.

Memoirs of the life of Philip Dormer, 4th Earl of Chesterfield, with letters now first published from the Newcastle papers. Euthanasia; or. Turf, tent, and tomb. Fisher, A. K. The hawks and owls of the U. S. in their relation to agriculture; prepared under the direction of C. H. Merriam. This is a report on the food of hawks and owls based on the examination of the contents of the stomachs of about 2700 specimens. "The result proves that a class of birds commonly looked upon as enemies to the farmer really rank among his best friends."

Fitzgerald, P. H. London city suburbs as they are to-day; illust.

Forrester, Mrs., pseud.? Dearest. 2 v.
Fragerolle, G: La marche à l'étoile; mystère en
tableaux; poème et musique; dessins de H:
Rivière. [1890.]

France, A. La rôtisserie de la Reine Pédauque. 13e éd.

Fraser, Sir W: Hic et ubique.

A book of anecdotes and personal experience.

† Fuller, M. W. Address in commemoration of the inauguration of G: Washington; before the two Houses of Congress, Dec. 11, 1889. 1890.

Godet, F. Studies on the Old Testament; ed. by W. H. Lyttelton. 6th ed. 1892. Contents. Angels. -The plan of the development of life on our earth. The six days of creation. The four greater prophets. The Book of Job. The Song of songs. App. to essay 4.

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Greeley, H. On Lincoln; with letters to C: A. Dana and a lady friend, [and] Reminiscences of Greeley; ed. by J. Benton. Greene, F. V. General Greene. (Great commanders.) Greswell, W: P.

Outlines of British colonisation; with introd. by Lord Brassey. Guizot, F. P: G: Essay on the character and influence of Washington in the Revolution; tr. [by G: S. Hillard]. 2d ed. 1851. Gyp, pseud. Tante Joujou. 6e éd. Hamburger, I. Real-Encyclopädie für Bibel und Talmud. 3e Aufl. 1892.

Contents. Pt. 1. Biblische Artikel.

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Harrisse, H: Christophe Colomb devant l'histoire. 1892.

Hart, A. B. Formation of the Union, 1750-1829. 2d ed. (Epochs of Amer. hist., v. 2.) Hart, E. Hypnotism, mesmerism, and the new witchcraft.

Harvard College. Studies in classical philology. Vol. 1-4. 1890-93. 4 V.

Healy, J: The ancient Irish Church. 1892. Heilprin, A. The Arctic problem; and narrative

of the Peary Relief Expedition of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Phila. Henderson, Mrs. E. E. A guide to palmistry. Higgens, E. Hebrew idolatry and superstition; its place in folk-lore.

Hodder, E. History of South Australia to [1890]; with chron. summary of events. 2 v. Hoff, J. W. Two hundred miles on the Delaware River; a canoe cruise from its headwaters to the falls at Trenton; with hist. appendix. Columbian ed.

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Jean d'Oc, pseud. Marius Véha. 2e éd. Johnson's universal cyclopædia. New ed. Vol. 1. Jonson or Johnson, B. Ben Jonson; ed. by B. Nicholson; with an introd. by C: H. Herford. Vol. 1. (Mermaid ser.) Kendall, H: C. Poems; ed. by A. Sutherland; with pref. memoir. 1890.

* Kielland, A. L. Garman and Worse; a Norwegian novel; tr. by W. W. Kettlewell. 1885. Skipper Worse; tr. by H: J:, Earl of Ducie. 1885.

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King, Capt. C: Foes in ambush.

Kipling, R. Many inventions.

Lane, W: C., and Bolton, C: K. Notes on special collections in American libraries. 1892.

Lemaitre, J. Les rois. 12e éd.

* Leroy-Beaulieu, P: P. Le collectivisme; examen critique du nouveau socialisme. 3e éd.; augm. d'une préface.

Letchworth, W: P. The insane in foreign countries; [an investigation of foreign lunatic asylums. 2d ed. 1889.

Lewis, Mrs. A. S. How the codex was found; two visits to Sinai; from Mrs. Lewis's jour nals, 1892-93, by M. D. Gibson.

On the discovery in the convent on Mt. Sinai of an early and important codex of ancient Syriac gospels, as well as of three other valuable codices of later date.

Lodge, S. Scrivelsby, the home of the Champions; with account of the Marmion and Dymoke families; illust.

*Loti, P: (pseud. of Lieut. J. Viaud).

illust. de Myrbach.


M'Kendrick, J: G., and Snodgrass, W: The physiology of the senses.

Madan, F. Books in manuscript; introd. to their study and use; with a chapter on records. Maine Historical Society. Index to Collections, v. 1-9. 1891.

Marlowe, C. Christopher Marlowe; ed. by H. Ellis; with introd. on the English drama during the reign of Elizabeth and James I., by J. A. Symonds. (Mermaid ser.) Marshall, E. In the service of Rachel, Lady Russell; a story.

Massinger, P. Philip Massinger; ed., with introd. and notes, by A. Symons. 1887-89. 2 v. (Mermaid ser.)

Maupassant, G. de. La paix du ménage; comédie en prose. 6e éd.

Mivart, St. G: Types of animal life.
Contents. Monkeys.
The opossum. The turkey.

The bullfrog. -The rattlesnake. The serotine, or Carolina bat. The American bison. -The racoon. The sloth. The sea-lion. Whales and mermaids. The other beasts.

Morton, E: A. Man or beast; studies in unnatu

ral history.

Sketches of various types of character, described as different species of animals.

Myers, F: W: H: other essays. Contents. Science and a future life. - C: Darwin and agnosticism. - The disenchantment of France. Tennyson as a prophet. Modern poets and cosmic law. - Leopold, Due of Albany; in memoriam.

Science and a future life; with

Oliphant, Mrs. M. O. W. Thomas Chalmers, preacher, philosopher, and statesman. Orpen, A. E. The chronicles of the Sid; or, The life and travels of Adelia Gates.

Parker, G., and others. Tavistock tales.

Contents. Parker, G. The march of the White Guard. Sharp, L. Sunshine Johnson, murderer. Falconer, L. The wrong prescription.

-Metcalfe, Morrison, M. A. A Saul and David of Burgin, G. B. The man from the Four Cameron, A. M. Feelers of love. GuthTottie. - Atkinson, B. Miss Maloney's Boyd, A. S. The white wand and the Cameron, A. M. A sprig of lavender.

R. Pensée. the steppe. Corners. rie-Smith, H. public house. golden star. Peard, F. M..

A story of the of Henry VII. Philips, F. C.

The blue dragon. [1889.]

mystery plays in Chester in the reign

Black and white.

Contents. Black and white. A love story. One never knows. - A lucky young man. Doctor Dulcimer. Money makes the mare to go. The fortune of Festina lente. - Unlucky in love, lucky at play. - -The "Report" that was not read. The bur glar and the judge. Behind the scenes. A very par ticular mode. - Marion Gray, spinster. - Love and



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Aurangzib. (Rulers of India.)

Essays on rural hygiene.

Harvard stories; sketches of the un


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