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M.A., late Scholar, First Senior Moderator, New volume of Bohn's Scientific Library:
in Geographical Evolution, with numerous The Rudens of Plautus, edited, with Notes,
maps, by A. J. Jukes-Brown, B.A., F.G.S., Critical and Exegetical, and an Introduc
small post 8vo. tion, by E. A. Sonnenschein, M.A., Pro- New volume of Books for Young Readers : fessor of Classics at the Mason College, The Two Parrots, a reading book for stanBirmingham.
dard I., illustrated, by M. E. Wintle. New Volumes of Bohn's Classical Library: New volume of Bohn's Philosophical Library : Lucian's Dialogues, namely, the Dialogues of
Schopenhauer on the Fourfold Root of the the Gods, of the Sea Gods, and of the Principle of Sufficient Reason, and on Dead, Zeus the Tragedian, the Ferry Boat,
the Will in Nature, translated from the &c., translated, with Notes and Preliminary
MAGAZINES OF THE MONTH.
Translation, revised by Rev. A. R. Shilleto, The Century (T. Fisher Unwin) as usual is M.A., with Topographical and Geographi- full of well chosen and interesting articles, to cal Notes by Sir C. W. Wilson, K.C.M.G.
which the beautiful illustrations form an ad
ditional attraction. Many an old boy 'will read MODERN LANGUAGES.
with avidity the paper on Uppingham,' by English Passages for Translation into French, George R. Parkin, which worthily opens the by the Rev. A. C. Clapin, M.A.
number. It is an excellent contribution, exceedKey to the above.
ingly well written; accompanying it is a portrait Key to German Examination Papers, compiled of the late headmaster, Edward Thring, and by R. J. Morich,
several engravings of the school-house and its MATHEMATICS:
surroundings. Another engaging article to which New Volumes of the Cambridge Mathematical Administrative Process,' which deals with the
we may draw attention is entitled Exile by Series :
Russian method of banishment to Siberia. The Mathematical Examples, a Collection of Mr. George Kennan, has had exceptional
Examples in Algebra, Trigonometry, &c., opportunities of studying the subject, and the for Army and Indian Civil Service Candi- evidence he brings forward of the reckless and dates, by J. M. Dyer, M.A., Senior Mathe- indiscriminate manner in which Russian citizens matical Scholar at Oxford, and R. Prowde are thus punished is certainly very strong. UniSmith, M.A., Assistant Masters at Chelten- versity and educational topics form no inconsiderham College.
able portion of the magazine's contents. Thus we Experimental Physics, Examples and Exami- have The University and the Bible,' by T. T.
nation Papers in, by W. Gallatly, M.A. Munger; “Women who go to College,' by Arthur Pembroke College, Cambridge.
Gilman; The Industrial Idea in Education,' by Euclid, a Key to the Exercises in Deighton's Charles M. Carter; ' College Fraternities,' by John
Edition, by Horace Deighton, Principal of Addison Porter; ·Modern Collegiate Education,' Harrison College, Barbadoes.
and • Individuality in Teaching.' These, with Pendlebury's Arithmetic, Second Edition, Re- several acceptable pages of fiction, a paper on vised, with or without Answers, in 'Two Edward Rowland Sill,' by Elizabeth Stuart Parts; Examples and Examination Papers Phelps, and other contributions and poems, make without Answers.
up an excellent number. The Elementary Geometry of Conics, by C. Longman's Magazine (Longmans, Green &
Taylor, D.D., Master of St. John's College, Co.) offers the introductory chapters of a new
Cambridge, fifth and enlarged edition. serial story by David Christie Murray and Henry A Treatise on Hydrodynamics, by A. B. Bas- Murray, entitled 'A Dangerous Catspaw.' The set, M.A., Vol. II.
narrative at once rivets the attention of the A Key or Companion to Wrigley's Collection reader, and promises well for future numbers.
of Examples and Problems in Pure and Additional fiction is provided in • Poor Harry,' a Mixed Mathematics, being Illustrations of clever little story by W. E. Norris, and the Mathematical Processes and Methods of continuation of Dorothea Gerard's creation Solution, by the Rev. A. Wrigley, M.A.) Orthodox.' The Ven. Archdeacon Farrar (* John F.R.A.S., &c., of St. John's College, Cam- Ward, Preacher '); Edmund Gosse ( Song for bridge.
Music'); W. T. Henderson ( A Formal American New volumes of the School Examination Series, for Painters and others') are also contributors to
Yacht Cruise'); Graham R. Tomson ( Picardy edited by A. M. M. Stedman, M.A.
the number, which as usual is brought to a History and Geography Examination Papers, conclusion by Andrew Lang.
compiled by C. H. Spence, M.A., Trinity College, Cambridge, Assistant-Master in
Few magazines can boast of so fascinating Clifton College, crown 8vo.
and entertaining an array of contents as Harper's ARITHMETIC, EXAMINATION PAPERS IN:
Magazine (Sampson Low & Co.). The illustra
tions, too, are numerous, well drawn, and produced Uniform with the above:
in the highest style of the engraver's art. The Examination Papers in Book-keeping, with September number possesses many noteworthy
Preliminary Exercises, compiled by John features. Articles which have proved most T. Medhurst, A.K.C., F.S.S., Fellow of interesting in previous numbers—i.c.“ Studies of the Society of Accountants and Auditors, the Great West,' by Charles Dudley Warner, and and Lecturer at the City of London Col- A Midsummer Trip to the West Indies,' by lege, crown 8vo.
Lafcadio Hearn-are continued, and the novels,
In Far Lochaber,' by William Black, and · Annie | for September appears the first instalment of Kilburn,' by William Dean Howells, absorbingly 'A Mosaic of Memories,' by Eleanor E. Christian. pursue their way. A short story, “At Byrams, Mrs. Christian is the daughter of Andrew Picken, by Lucy C. Lillie, is also included in the number, whose 'Dominie's Legacy' and `Tales and Sketches which contains readable papers in Our Journey of the West of Scotland' had considerable poputo the Hebrides,' by Elizabeth Robins Pennell; larity half a century ago. He was intimate with
Old Satsuma,' by Professor E. S. Morse; Two all the literary notabilities of his time, and he Montana Cities,' by Edward Roberts; and The assisted his daughter in keeping a diary, in which Woodland Caribou, by Henry P. Wells. As usual, she entered an account of meetings and events the illustrations of Edwin A. Abbey, Alfred of which she was a spectator. Her reminiscences Parsons, and A. B. Frost are a marked feature of include 'her impressions of, and conversations the magazine.
with, Paganini, Lytton Bulwer, Benjamin DisScribner's Magazine (F. Warne & Co.)
raeli, James Hogg, William Godwin, Wentworth possesses an excellent frontispiece in 'Show Your Dilke, Barry Cornwall, Thomas Hood, Edward Tickets !-- Passenger Station, Philadelphia,' from Irving, the elder Rothschild, Louis Haghe, Sir a drawing by Walter Shirlaw, engraved by Peck - Jas. Clark, Sir Benjamin Brodie, the Great well. One of the most interesting of a number of Duke,' Charles Dickens, and other celebrities. attractive articles that follow is to be found in Cassell's Magazine (Cassell & Co.) remains, Hugh McCulloch's Memories of some Contem- as ever, characterised by the multiplicity, variety, poraries,' but others hardly less worthy of note are and brightness of its contents. Every taste is Scenes in Cyprus,' by W. H. Mallock ; Railway cousulted and this with a nicety and fine disPassenger Travel,' by General Horace Porter; and crimination that should earn for the magazine a * The Modern Greeks,' by Thomas D. Seymour. The large body of readers. Perhaps the most noteinteresting story A London Life,' by Henry worthy contribution in the present issue is a James, is brought to a not very satisfactory con paper on William Edward Forster, about whose clusion, and further chapters are supplied of judgment there is just now no slight amount of 'First Harvests,' by F. J. Stimson. The Letter discussion ; but, as opinions differ, there are to a young Gentleman who proposes to embrace many other articles that will please readers the career of Art,' by Robert Louis Stevenson, equally as well, and the whole is enlivened with contains some excellent advice, and is written gay snatches of fiction, intermingled with matter after the best style of the distinguished novelist, of more practical kind, such as advice on illwhile ‘A Letter to the same young Gentleman,' health and the style of dress appropriate for the by Will H. Low, is scarcely less inferior in whole- season. The entire magazine is most interesting. some teaching. The number throughout is ad. mirably illustrated, and some of the engravings
Little Folks (Cassell & Co.) is a charming are veritable works of art.
magazine for children. Not only are the con
tents admirably selected, but the letterpress is The English Illustrated Magazine (Mac. accompanied by illustrations equally appropriate, millan & Co.) concludes with this number the and throughout the mental capacity of the reader volume for 1887-1888, and a general winding up has been thoroughly kept in view. The Sepof the serial story, “The Mediation of Ralph tember number fully sustains the artistic average Hardelot,' by Professor W. Minto, takes place. of former issues. From the same publishers we The second and concluding portion of. The Pata- have also received the Quiver, containing a gonia,' by Henry James, is also given. All the mass of devotional and other reading ; Part 56 of articles are interesting; but special attention for the The Encyclopædic Dictionary, which carries Londoners may be called to London Street work along as far as piercing, and The Woman's Studies,' by J. Ashby Sterry, the illustrations for World, edited by Oscar Wilde, who is supported which embrace many faces familiar to the fre on this occasion by Quida, Arthur Symons, Alan quent pedestrian. The remaining contents are: S. Cole, Miss Mary Robinson, and other writers. 'In the Polish Carpathians,' by Adam Gielgud; The frontispiece to the latter magazine is by and · Hampton Court,' from the pen of Barbara Gordon Browne and represents. Child Players in Clay Finch. The finely executed frontispiece, the Sixteenth Century.' • Dorothy, is from a drawing by Henry Ryland, The frontispiece to the Magazine of Art engraved by O. Lacour. Several improvements (Cassell & Co.) for September is the Convaleswill be introduced in future numbers of the cent,' a plate after Sir J. E. Millais. The chief magazine, and to these we have made reference articles of the number are ‘Old Arts and Modern in another column.
Thoughts;' Sculpture at the Royal Academy; Murray's Magazine (John Murray) has a the 'Stopping Point in Ornament;' the•Kepplevery ptivating list of contents. The leading stone Collection;' the ‘Barbizon School, Rousseau;' position is occupied by. Some Recent Criticism of and Bernard van Orley.' All these are illusAmerica,' by Theodore Roosevelt, which deals trated. with the utterances of Lord Wolseley, Sir Lepel With this month Messrs. Cassell & Co. comHenry Griffin, and the late Matthew Arnold. A mence a work descriptive of the Cathedrals, further instalment of The Reproach of Annesley,'| Abbeys, and Churches of England and Wales, Maxwell Gray's serial story, follows. A short edited by Prof. T. G. Bonney, D.Sc., LL.D., and tale also appears, entitled ' A Tale of a Ten Pound well illustrated. It is to be completed in twenty Note,' by George Rae. Remaining articles are parts, and, judging from the first part, treating the Feast of St. Partridge,' by Horace Hutchin- of Canterbury and York, which now lies before son; * The Great Eastern Railway,' by W. M. us, the undertaking should be exceedingly sucAckworth; Village Opinion,' by the Author of cessful.
The Danvers Jewels '; and · Foundation Stones of English Music-National Melodies,' by A. M. variety of interesting reading. A new story is
Cornhill (Smith, Elder, & Co.) contains a Wakefield. Throughout, the number is most commenced in the present number entitled readable.
French Janet,' which promises well for future In The Welcome (S. W. Partridge & Co.) enjoyment, and further chapters are given of 'A
Life's Morning,' hy George Gissing. The idea of into this little book, which by those interested *An Original Edition' is not original, though fairly in such matters should be found excellent well worked out. Vide Anstey's · Fallen Idol' reading. and other works. In the 'Notes by a Naturalist' From the Office of the Congregational Union.series, The Heron and its Haunts' is this month
• The Inspiration of the Old Testament inducconsidered. Amongst other agreeable contents
tively Considered,' by Alfred Cave, B.A. A "A Coach Drive in the Lakes' may be especially very good study of a religious subject which mentioned. The magazine is very readable involves doctrinal points of very great controthroughout.
versial interest. Mr. Cave's work is thoughtful, From Messrs. Ward, Lock & Co. we have to and replete with evidences of earnest study. acknowledge a number of useful and interesting From Messrs. Diprose & Bateman.--' Our publications, all of which have advanced a
Saturday Nights,' by James Greenwood, is after month's stage. Prominent among these may be
the best style of the author ; lively, humorous, mentioned Amateur Work, an admirable peri
and diverting, many readers will here find odical for those who are desirous of manufactu
themselves introduced into society of which ring for themselves ; Our National Cathedrals,
they have no previous conception. The work is being a history of these beautiful edifices, with
only another interesting illustration of Mr. the architecture and modern restoration of the
Greenwood's subtle observation, vast literary same; and The World's Inhabitants, by G. T.
experience, and gossipy curiosity. Bettany, M.A., B.Sc. The other works, which make satisfactory progress, are The Child's From Oscar Ehrhardt, Marburg.--"A First Essay Instructor,' *Hone's Every Day Book,' Ward &
on English Pastoral Poetry' (Erster Versuch Lock's Illustrated History of the World,'• Captain
ueber die englische Hirtendichtung). Von Dr. Cook's Voyages,' • Forster's Life and Times of
H. Oskar Sommer, Lector der englischen Goldsmith,' Moore's Irish Melodies,' Ward & Sprache an der königlichen Universität Mar. Lock's Family Journal,' and that useful publica
In this treatise, which he modestly tion, Sylvia's Home Journal.'
styles a 'first essay,' Dr. Sommer gives us in the short compass of 130 pages a concise yet most readable account of English pastoral poetry, in which our national literature is so rich. An introduction summarises the develop
ment of pastoral poetry in general from the From Messrs. W. H. Allen & Co.- Public and
time of Theocritus to the date of its introPrivate Life of Arthur, first Duke of Welling- duction into our literature. The number of ton,' by G. Lathom Browne. The matter of
authorities to which reference is made shows this stout crown octavo volume is taken from
what pains have been taken by the author to the great Duke's own writings, from the rela- render this account thoroughly complete and tions of his comrades, and from the accounts
accurate, although brief. Then we come to the of intimate friends. The work is divided into
special subject of Professor Sommer's labours, two portions: I. public life, military and politi- English pastoral poetry. Considering the cal; and II. private life. There are two
limited space, this is most fully dealt with, and indexes--one of the ordinary kind, and another
we find specimens and notices of our pastoral according to subjects. This is chronologically
poets, from the Benedictine monk, Alexander arranged, and the name of the authority for
Barclay, who wrote the first published English each narration being given in the margin this
eclogues about the year 1514, down to the index becomes an interesting guide to the chief pastoral poets of the last century. The specisources of information with regard to the Duke
mens are judiciously selected, and the criticisms of Wellington's life. The books which are
display good taste and judgment. The paper, referred to in the course of Mr. Lathom
type, and care shown in the get up reflect the Browne's work are briefly reviewed in the pre- greatest credit on the printer and publisher of face. The frontispiece is a portrait of the Duke
this attractive and valuable essay, which well in his cap and gown as D.C.L. at Oxford, and merits and will repay the attention of students there are one or two plans of celebrated sites
of English literature. in connection with the Peninsular War, besides From Messrs. Firmin-Didot & Co., Paris.—La facsimiles of letters.
Cour de George IV. et de Guillaume IV.' From Messrs. George Bell & Sons.-The latest
Although this little volume is but a series of volume of Bohn's Select Library is Goldsmith's
extracts from the famous Journal of Mr. Charles • Vicar of Wakefield,' edited by Mr. J. W. M.
C. F. Greville, translated into French, it will Gibbs, who has added some interesting and have an interest and a value for many an useful notes. The preceding volume was English reader, because of the footnotes. These Demosthenes · On the Crown,' edited with give short biographical accounts of personages conspicuous care by Mr. C. R. Kennedy.
who are named, explain political combinations, From Mr. Spencer Blackett.— A Mere Chiid,' give the composition of a ministry, make clear
by L. B. Walford, worthily maintains the indistinct allusions, and supply current rumours favourable reputation gained by the former or anecdotes. Thus, what seems a mere transissues of Blackett's Select Novels.' It is an lation of passages becomes a really useful interesting story, of the class that some people companion to the original work. The preface will call sentimental, relying more on the gives a short account of Mr. Greville, and exauthor's powers of narration than on any plains that in some cases omission has enabled displayed dexterity of construction. The the authoress to make a more harmonious whole character of the heroine, Geraldine Campbell,
of the detached passages. is well drawn.
From Messrs. H. Grevel & Co.--Plainly direct From Messrs. Carr & Co., Paternoster Square.- and to the point is the characteristic of Mr.
* The Way to the Winning Post,' by Albert Gate. A. S. Cole's translation of a French popular A considerable amount of information concern. history of ‘Embroidery and Lace,' and its ing turf life and customs has been gathered manufacture from the remotest antiquity to the
present day. The translator will be remembered readable. Praiseworthy care has been taken to on account of his previous work of a some- keep as closely as possible to historical accuwhat kindred character, namely, “Ancient racy in referring to the events of 1798; and the Needlework and Pillow Lace.' The present
book, as a whole, is worthy of high commendavolume, a remarkably handsome book, possesses tion. Cedar Creek,' by the same author, is a all the grace of style, minuteness of description, narrative of Canadian life, in which the advenand historical interest which was evinced by tures of Robert Wynn and his brother Arthur, the translator in his previous book; and, con- from their first emigration to the time when sidering the large amount of attention which is the story ends happily to the usual sound of now devoted to art in needlework, there can be wedding bells, are attractively related. Both little doubt that the efforts of Mr. Cole will find works are illustrated. many admirers. From even an industrial point From the same.–Stories that with pleasant of view, the history is of permanent interest.
reading convey a moral that is irreproachable From Messrs. Griffith, Farran, Okeden, & may be mentioned in Dorothy Tresilis; or,
Welsh.— Popular Poets of the Period,' edited Down at Polwin,' by M. H. Pollard: 'Hindered by F. A. H. Eyles. It is a pity that this work and Helped : a Story for Boys’; • Marching is so badly printed. The idea of presenting
Orders; or, Soldier Bobbie,' by Lucy Taylor; notices of the lives of popular contemporary
and Mrs. Morse's Girls: a Tale of American poets and extracts from their works is an excel- Sunday School Life and Work,' by Minnie E. lent one, and we have no doubt that the present Kenney. A small but exceedingly interesting serial will be a success. The first number con
work is entitled Back Streets and London tains five names, those of Sir Edwin Arnold, Slums,' by Frederick Hastings. Miss Burnside, and Mr. G. R. Sims being most From the same.-The Latch Key; or, Too familiar.
Many by Half,' by the Rev. T. S. Millington, is From the same -- A Jubilee Jaunt to Norway,
the account of how a family going down to by Three Girls, is a pleasantly graphic work on Hastings got into the wrorg house and the a time-worn subject. To say the least of it, the consequences that ensued from their strange reading of accounts of holiday journeys is not
error. Interwoven with this is the eldest son's an alluring occupation, whether they refer to
experience in his uncle's counting-house at jubilees or not. Three Girls, however, have Liverpool. Though scarcely in the author's best given us a bright story of wandering life, tinged style, the narrative possesses many elements of with thoughtful descriptions of historic and interest, and is bright and unaffected to the scenic localities.
close. From the same.--Mr. Harry Collingwood's story,
From Messrs. G. Routledge & Sons.--Volume I. • The Secret of the Sands,' which has passed
of My Novel' has appeared in the Pocket into a new edition, deserves its success.
Edition of Lord Lytton's novels. We have likesea-story of thrilling interest it has few modern
wise received the new volume of Routledge's equals.
Pocket Library, Lays and Lyrics,' by Mr.
Clement Scott. Many of the most familiar From Messrs. Harrison & Sons, Pall Mall.
of contemporaneous popular verses will be · Varieties of Whist,' by “Agrarius.' These found in this volume. two pretty little books deal with Solo Whist and · Boston and French Boston,' describing
From Messrs. Swan Sonnenschein & Co.-the fundamental principles of the games with
Some valuable information is afforded in a precision. The introductory notes are most
little book regarding The South African Gold interesting.
Fields,' by E. Glanville. The work is well
written, and the author seems to have extensive From Messrs. Macmillan & Co.--No collection
knowledge of his subject. A map of the disof Mrs. Craik's books will be complete without
trict is included. the new volume of exquisite verse just published From the South Eastern Railway Co. (Publishunder the title “Poems,' by the Author of • John Halifax, Gentleman. Few are aware of
ing Department.)-Mr. Percy Lindley need not
have apologised for publishing an autumn edi. the grace of fancy which Mrs. Craik could
tion of his delightful guide, Walks in the show in versification, and although there are
Ardennes.' On account of its style, and its critics who dispute her poetical ability, the work under notice is a good reply to hostile
genuine enthusiasm of description, any reader
will long to cover the pleasurable fields which acerbity on the part of reviewers.
Mr. Lindley describes with a fascinating pen. From the National Society's Depository.- From Messrs. Virtue & Co.-The splendid new
Teachers and others interested in the progress of education will be gratified with Mr. E. Herbert
Library Edition of Knight's Pictorial Shake
speare' has reached the second volume of the Lyon's 'Summary of the Final Report of the Royal Education Commission,' a very masterly
historical plays, including the various parts of
King Henry VI.; King Richard III.; and condensation.
King Henry VIII. From Messrs. 8. W. Partridge & Co.-A new From Mr. G. Woolley, Ludlow.-Judging from edition of · The Pilgrim's Progress,' beautifully
the ability shown by writer and artist, as well illustrated, comes to us from this enterprising
as the excellence of the typographical work, firm. In typographical and pictorial appear
admirers of the scenery and associations of a ance it is the finest book we liave seen at the
charming locality ought to be delighted with moderate price of five sbillings.
the book • Ludlow : Town and Neighbourhood,' From the Religious Tract Society. - Foster by Oliver Baker. The writer is also the artist,
Brothers of Doon: a Tale of the Irish Rebellion and the skill, taste, and discretion shown in the of 1798,' by the Author of Golden Hills : a work are beyond praise. A very handsome Tale of the Irish Famine.' There is much in volume is the result, so that subscribers (a this story to interest and instruct, and the style, goodly list) and purchasers should have no if scarcely powerful, is always pleasant and cause to complain.
Index to the Books published between August 16 and 31.
The Words in Italics are those under which the Tilles are given Alphabetically in full, with the Publisher's Name.
All or Nothing, Hoey (Mrs. Cashel) 23. 6d. & 2s.
Hieron, Xenophon, by H. A. Holden, new edit. 3s. 6d. Alphabet, Wiegand, Our Little Pets, 1s.
Hindered and Helped, a Story, 2s.
Imitation of Christ, Kempis, new edit. 28. & 1s. 6d.
Infantry Fire Tactics, Mayne (C. B.) 2nd edit. 6s.
Infirmaries, School, Construction and Maintenance, Is. Beatitudes, Glover (Richard) Is. 6d.
Ireland, Essays, Daunt (W.J. O.) 1s. Beautiful Jim, Winter (J. S.) a Story, 2 vols. 21s.
Ireland Under Coercion, Hurlbert (W. H.) 2 vols. 15s. Bello Civili, Cæsar de, Abridged by Awdry, 2s.6d.
Jack Tier, Cooper (J. F.) by S. Fenimore Cooper, 3s. 6d. Black Arrow, Stevenson (R. L.) 5s.
Jersey and Guernsey, Tourist's Guide, Black (C. B.) n. ed. 1s. Blue Sky, Beneath the, Pikes (G. H.) 3s. 6d.
Johnny Ludlow, Wood (Mrs. Henry) Series 1, new ed. 33. 6d. Borders, Tales of the, Wilson's, vol. 10, 1s.
Jolly Fellowship, Stockton (Frauk R.) 2s. 6d.
Keraban the Inflexible, Verne, Part 1, new edit. 2s.
King's Own, Marryal (Capt.) new edit. 2s, & 18. Buttercups and Daisies, ls.
Last Hurdle, a Story, Hudson (Frank) 3s. 6d. Bayers and Sellers, Deacon's Handbook, 3s. 6d.
Latch Key, Millington (T. S.) 25. By Woman's Wit, Alexander (Mrs.) new edit. 2s.
Latin Exercises in the Oratio Obliqua, Raven (J. H.) Is. 6a.
Lillle Songs for Little Singers, ls. 6d.
Livy, Book 22, by T. Tatham, 23. 6d.
London Slums, Hastings (F. M.) Back Streets, &c., 1s. Chemistry, Wills (G. S. V.) vol. 1, 3s.
London, Social Reformer, Curve Pictures, Dowell, 18. Child Life, Peep into, Lecky (S. & E.) 1s.
Lost Tide, Findlay (Jessie Patrick) Is. 60. Children, Picture Stories, 1s.
Love or a Name, !lawthorne (Julian) 28. Children, Town and Country, Lecky (S. & E.) 1s.
Love the Pilgrim, Crommelin (May) 28. Church History, Chapter in English, 5s.
Mabel Berrington, Paull (Mrs. H. B.) new edit. 2s. Clown, a Society, Grossmith (G.) Reminiscences, 1s. 6d. Man with a Shadow, Fenn (G. Manville) 3 vols. 31s. 6d. Coasting Trips, &c., Holidays Afloat, 1s. 6d.
Marching Orders or Soldier Bobbie, Taylor (Lucy) 28. 6d. Conics, Elementary Geometry, Taylor (C.) new edit. 43. 6d. Marguerite de Valois, Dumas (A.) new edit, 6d. Cotter's Saturday Night, Burns, Illustrated, 1g. 6d.
Martius, His Last Passion, 2s. Courtesan, Kock (Paul de) Is.
Master Timothy's Book Case, Reynolds (G. W. M.) 6d. Craik, Mrs., Poems by the Author of 'John Halifax,' 6s. Mediation of Ralph Hardelot, Minto (W.) 3 vols. 31s. 6d. Crowqaill, Alfred, Seymour, Sketches, new edit. 21s.
Medicine, Fagge (C. H.) and Smith, Principles, n, e. 2 v., 38s. Daughter of Dives, Derwent (Leith) 3 vols. 31s. 6d.
Modern Circe, new edit. 38. 6d. Decameron, Boccaccio, new translation, 5s.
Moor and the Loch, Colquhoun (John) new edit. 21s. Defences, National, Law, Lors of the Eapire, 6d.
My Brother's Love, Shadwell (Mrs. Lucas) 1s. Devon, North, North Cornwall, &c., Ward (C. S.) 3s. 6d.
My Novel, Lytton, Lord, new edit. 2s., Is. 6d., & ls. Dion, Brutus, Artaxerxes, Plutarch's Lives, 6d. & 3d.
My Playmates, Day (Elizabeth) is. Don Quixote, Cervantes, 2s.
Mrs. Morse's Girls, a Story of American Life, 3s. 6d. Dorothy Tresilis, Pollard (M. M.) 1s. 6d.
Nedworth's Choice, Prentiss (Mrs. E.) Is. 6d. & Is. Dunmore, or the Land League, Murphy (L.) 18.
New Era of Thought, Hinton (C. Howard) 48. 6d. Dynamo-Electric Machinery, Thompson (S. P.) new edit. 16s. Nitrous Oxide, Manual, Silk (J. F. R. W.) 5s. Eastbourne, Handbook, Chambers (G. F.) 19th edit. Is.
Nursery Rhymes, Lilile Boy Blue, 28. 6d. Eastern Counties of England, Tour, Defoe, 6d. & 3d.
oid Garden, &c., Verses, Deland (Margaret) 58. Eczema, Negle (Alfred) 1s. 6d.
Our Father's Love, 1s.
Painting Book, Afternoon Tea, Emmerson & Sowerby, 1s.
Paul, Life and Epistles, Conybeare, new edit. 6s.
Paul Porter and His Brothers, 28.
Phædrus, Fables, Books 1, 2, with Notes, 1s.
Photography, Beginner's Guide, 12. Por Maimie's Sake, Allen (G.) new edit. 3s. 6d.
Pilgrim's Progress, Bunyan (J.) Illustrated by Burnand, 58. Forster, W. E., Life, by T. Wemyss Reid, n. e. 2 vols. 328. Pillars of Society, &c., Plays, Ibsen (H.) 18. Poster Brothers of Doon, 2s.6d.
Plato, Easy Selections, by A. Sidgwick, 3s. 6d. From First to Last, Lecky (S. & E.) 15.
Political Economy, Cannan (E.) 18. Gairloch, Recent Traditions, Diron (J. H.) 68.
Political Economy, Essays, Leslie (T. E. C.) 2nd edit. 10s. 68. Gallic War, Cæsar, Books 1, 2, by C. E. Moberly, 28.
Primrose, Dame, ls.
Reciter, the 1888, Miles (Alfred H.) 1s.
Redcar Lee, Searle (Mrs. Walter) 25 Good Pirates, Semi-Historical Comic Opera, 1s.
Revivalist, Awy (Annie) 28. 6d. Gordon, General, Letters to His Sister, new edit. 38. 6d. Robbery Under Arms, a Story, Bolderwood (R.) 3 vols. 31s. Ed. Grammar Questions, Midland Handbook, Green, St. 5-7, 6d. Santo Lucia and Co., Hunter (Ella) new edit. 1s. Hartas Maturin, Lesler (H, F.) 3 vols. 31s. 6d.
Sirah Deck's Victory, new edit. 28. Ilearenly Peace, 1s.
Saviour King, Osborne (Edward) 3s. 60.