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THE

LIVING AGE.

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••Hjese publications of the .lay should from time to time be winnowed, the wheat cart fally
preserved, and the chaff thrown away."

"Made ap of every creature's best."

"Various, that the mind
Of desultory man, studious of change.
And pleased with novelty, may be indulged."

SBVEKTH SERlES, VOLUME XXVl.

FROM THE BEGINNING, VOL. CCXLIV.

JANUARY, FEBRUARY, MARCH,
1905.

BOSTON:

THE LIVING AGE COMPANY.

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Autumnal

Blaokwood's Magazine.
On the Choice of a Public School
The War in the Far East V

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The Vrouw Grobelaar's Leading

Cases. Vasco's Sweetheart . 160
Boy at the Public School . . 352
Old Galway Life. Further Recol-
lections 421

Manners and Morals in the Ken

nela 471

Nelson's Year 613

Age and Childhood 760

Chambers's Journal.

The Romance of Old-Book Collect-

ing 250

Contemporary Review.

Religion, Science and Miracle . 9

The Relation Between Ecclesiasti-

cal and General History . 75

Maeterlinck as a Reformer of the

Drama 138

After the Reaction .... 193

Robert Browning and Alfred

Domett 393

Husband and Wife among the

Poor 523

The Bankruptcy of Higher Crit-
icism 734

Cornhill Magazine.

A Ten-Thousand-Pound Note . 94

The Revival of the Road . . 177

The Tercentenary of "Don Quix-

ote" 190

Fishes on their Defence . . . 215

Across the lsthmus .... 541

The Two Hares 601

Climbing the (Joint-Stock) Tree . 623
Weighing a World . . . .678
Kingston, Jamaica .... 713

Economist.

The "Little Father" and His Chil-

dren 443

Fortnightly Review.

Benjamin Disraeli's Novels . . 65

Why Japan Will Win . . .129

The Awakening of Afghanistan . 208

Recollections of Arthur Sullivan . 272

A Question of Good Faith and

National Expediency . . 321

Anton Rubinstein .... 493
Port Arthur—and After . . . 513
Emigration: An lnternational Af-
fair 706

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