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Pennsylvania, poll-taxes paid for dead citizens in 271, effect of speed bonus, 291, division of Caxton's publications listed by G. Duff, 164, 165-

Democratie opposition, 369-Supreme Court up-
Philadelphia, 103, Democratic platform dodges

Clarke Papers, 320, 321-Cynewulf's Christ edit
holds inheritance tax, 369, disclaims jurisdie- ed by A. $. Cook, 263-Léo Claretie on French
silver issue, 272, Republican platform dodges
tion, 389.

lecturers visiting Harvard, 380-Chopin, Liszt's
imperialism, 329, Supreme Court enforces duty Texas, Gov. Longino's proposals to suppress lyoch- Life of, 419–Caucus, nominating, Ostrogorski

ing, 62, anti-monopoly law sustained, by U. S. on, 130--Councils, Quentin's Great Collections,
of Secretary of State to advertise Constitutional

Supreme Court, 272–Topeka "Capital" edited 499.
amendments, 428- Panama Canal Company in- by Rev. C. M. Sheldon, 215—Turkey, demand D'Annunzio and Sigpora Duse, 478--Gordon Duff
of U. S. Government for indemnity, 310-Gov.

on Early Printed Books, 164, 165-A. P. De
corporated in New Jersey, 1-Pingree adminis-

Tanner of minois falls of renomination, 2- Lisle's Life by Purcell, 263- Dictionary of Na-
tration and war contracts, 23-Edward J. Phelps
Judge W. H. Taft to head a new Phillppine

tional Blography, vols. 60, 61, 147.
deceased, 197–W. H. Peckham to N. Y. Legis. Commission, 119, statement at Manila, 427, Eliot, President, Harvard report, 164-England
lature on taxation, 139–Dr. Parkburst on the will not entertain Kentucky injunction, 188- Saved Europe, How, Fitchett's, 54, 263, Eng.

Trusts, Republican demand for taking away land in 19th Century, Oman's, 74, English
Presbyterian creed and McGiffert case, 293–

protection, 138, 157, Democratic and Repub- Oxford Dictionary, 110, 360, English Imprints
Bishop Potter on Filipino mechanical cleverness, fican measures against, 234-Treasury surplus of Caxton and Wynkyn de Worde, 164, 165,
alarming. 251.

English Unitarianism and Protestant Dissent,
238, on American soldier sobriety in the Philip-

Wisconsin Republican Convention on imperlalism, Lloyd's, 222, English Plays (17th century).
pines, 349–Senator Platt forces Roosevelt into

329—Appraiser Wakeman, efforts to remove Greg's List of, 284, English Public Schools
Vice-Presidency, 488—Populist conference at 1, overruled by Board of General Appraisers, 61 (Rugby, Charterhouse), daily working of, 478
Lincoln, Neb., 23-Pensions, greed of 9th Mas. --Gen. Joe Wheeler's holding two offices, 2- Egypt, Lord Cromer's financial report for 1899,

Senator Wellington withdraws from Republican 360, Egyptology, Budge's Handbooks of, 186.
sachusetts, 2, attorneys' receipts diminished by

party. 310–Senator Wolcott's apology for the Fredericq. Paul, on the sale of Indulgences in
Commissioner Evans, 62, appeal court recom- Administration at Philadelphia, 467-Western Utrecht, 261-France, Ribot's Reform of Sec-
mended by Commander Shaw, 120-Pan-Ameri- moral resentment at tariff for Porto Rico, 213. ondary Education in, 148, Baron de Vaux's

Sport in France, 223, French Colonization,
can Congress in Mexico in 1901, 234.

ABROAD.

Saussure's Psychology of, 186, French Revo-
PHILIPPINES:
How Gen. Otis modified President's

lutionists, Jephson's Real,

399.
proclamation, 21-Talk of proclaiming insur- GREAT BRITAIN: Defect in army organization

Garman, Samuel, Deep-Sea Pacific Fishes, 110–
shown by war in South Africa, 3, ruling that food

Giotto and his works in Padua, 419-Germany,
gents bandits, 81-Agulnaldo's statement emoth-
is not contraband of war unless meant for enemy,

Currents of higher education, 33, German Lit
ered in U. S. Senate, 101-New Philippine Com-
43, first debate in Parliament on the war, 103,

erature in the 19th Century, 438-Greek Comic
mission headed by Judge Taft, 119, Taft's state- Government sustained, 121, war budget, 177,

Poets, Pickard-Cambridge's Fragments of, 380
Boer sympathizers mobbed, 235, Salisbury snubs

-Gospel fragment from Coptic MS., 821.
ment of Commission's objects at Manlla, 427-

Ireland in speech to Primrose League, 371,

Hartmann, J. P. E., deceased, 244–J. B. Halvor.
Manila still centre of trouble, and provinces treats Drink Commission's report with levity,

sen deceased, 243-Otto Harnack's Essays on
391-Debate on Indian famine, 311- Australian

the History of Literature, 13-Heinze law, Ger-
disturbed, 213, 349, 389,"Outlook" correspon-
Federation Bill passes second reading, 429–

man protests against, 302-A, R. Hope's Ready-
dent so testifies, 293, bloodiest week of war,
Political problem in South Africa, 409-Cham-

Made Romances, 263-Hausa language, Robin-
809, natives permanently hostile, and rainy sea- berlain on Boer war and Philippine, 489_Rose-

son's Dictionary of, 13-Hindustani. Bride's
bery withdraws from Scottish Liberal Associa-

Mirror text in, 111.
son arrived, 467-Cost of war figured by I, S.

tion, 177–Press on Delagoa Bay, award, 253,

Ibsen's "When We Dead Awake," 94-Italy, Mod-
Nelson, 196, revealed by Secretary Root, 252–
273-Revenue from dead millionaires, 253-Re-

ern, Orsi's, 419-Indian Child-Life, Deming's,
Military prisoners and Insane from Manila, 252 servation of the Sacrament prohibited, 351-

206-International Society of Painters, Sculptors
Succession duty on Baron Hirsch's Colonization

and Gravers. 206-Indulgences, P. Fredericq on
-Gen. Otis's self-satisfied manifesto on leaving,

the sale of, in Utrecht, 264,
349—Amnesty and peace proposals to Gen. Mac- FRANCE: End of anti-republican conspiracy trials, Japan, Transactions of Asiatic Society. 33, 166,

23-Madagascar war losses used against Gen.

302, 419, Jesuit Missions press, 166, Florens
Arthur, 487.
Mercier's candidacy, 121-Waldeck-Rousseau's

on ancient rituals, 302- Jesult Relations (vols.
PORTO RICO: Municipal election at San Juan,

mot on capital and labor, 235-Success of Na-

65-58). 53, vols. 59-62, 244.
101-Gen, Stone for free trade with the island, tionalists in Paris elections, 351, failure to up-

Kempis, à, Thomas, Dutch monument to, 340.
set Waldeck-Rousseau ministry, 409,

Lincoln's Life, by Miss F. M. Tarbell, 164-Alexan-
42, Administration's turn about face, 81, 101,137,
BELGIUM: Attempt to kill Prince of Wales, 273.

der Leslie, Terry's Life of, 13-W. Lloyd's Story
text of tarif buli, 101, Constitutional reasoning SPAIN: Cuban pensions terminated, 331.

of Protestant Dissent, 222-Oliveira Lima's 'Noe
in favor of It, 119, tarif not in force during GERMANY: Richter on Emperor's idea of doubled

Estados Unidos,' 54-Lucian, Hime's, 244,
navy, 3. Lex Heinze traded for it, 293, suc-

Martineau, James, deceased, 54-Madison's Notes
military occupation, 137, debate in House, 137,
cess, 469—Count von Bülow's statement of re-

of Debates in the Federal Convention, State
175, bill passed, amendment in Senate, 175, lations with England apropos of African block-

Department edition, 477–James Monroe letters

in
ade, 63-Hamburg, Chamber of Commerce on

New York Public Library, 185-Increase
debate, 251, passed, 271, chaotic views, address
trade relations with United States, 83-Colonial

Mather's diary, 399-Massachusetts colonial
of island planters and merchants, 195, two mil-
troubles in Klao-Chau, 139-Meat-inspection bill

smuggling, Gower papers on, 301-Mass, Colonial
Hon dollars voted President for island by trade for new navy bill; vote in Reichstag to

Society's third volume, 339, 340—Michigan Unl-
repeal dictatorial paragraph in constitution of

versity's group courses in history, etc., 147,
House, 175, by Senate, 213, Harrison Adminis-
Reichsland, 197-Coinage Bill adopted, 215-

new requirements for admission, 418-Mexican
tration's better tarif treatment, 175, fat offices Socialistic 'alibustering In Reichstag against the

archæology in Berlin Royal Ethnological Mu-
Lex Heinze, 253-Meat Bill in exchange for

seum's publication, 54-Memory Culture,
going to incompetent Americans, 195, misery
navy support, 409.

Pick's, 12-Magazines for January, 32, 33, Feb
made an argument for oppression, 233, defeat of
AUSTRIA-HUNGARY: Goluchowski on good rela-

ruary, 129. 130. March, 205, 206, April, 283,
tions with Czar, 429.

284, May, 378, 379, June, 437, 438, 479- Mag-
law for governing Island, 309_N. Y. "Herald's"
DENMARK: Georg Brandes denounces sale of St.

ters In Art," 148.
attempt to fix Jorge Cruz's status, 271, Judge

Thomas to United States, 273.

Newnes South Polar expedition's success, 284-
Townsend's decision against Porto Rican citi-

RUSSIA: Acquires control of Persia and port on Nansen's Scient{fic Results or Norwegian
Gulf of Omar, 177.

North Polar expedition, 379. Nansen on educa.
zenship, 467, 468-E. B. Whitney on alien-con-

SOUTH AFRICA: Effect of war on gold supply, 3, tion, 400-Norway, national-tongue movement,
tract-labor law as applied to Porto Ricans, 272

supposed understanding with Germany for ac- 14, North Polar expedition's scientific results,
-Republican press not reconciled to tarif
quisition of Delagoa Bay and territory, 3, Gen. 379-Northwest under Three Flags (Moore's).

301.
enactment, 291-Gov. Allen takes oath of al- Warren recrosses

the Tugela after

taking Spion
Kop, 83, Gen. Roberts plerces Boer defences

Oxyrhyncus Papyrl contents, 74.
leglance, 349.

and relleves Kimberley, 139, captures Cronje

Pick's Memory Culture, 12-Thomas Paine, Life
Quay, Matthew S., adverse report of Senate Com-

and his command, 157, formally occuples Bloem- by E. Sedgwick, 185–Poole's Historical Atlas,
fontein, 197, 215, Krüger sues for peace, 197,

340-Pacific Coast Philological Association
mittee, 22, 23, case to be joined with Clark of

215, Gen. Roberts's

report on Spion Kop affair, founded, 130.
Montana, 42, unseated, 330, at Republican Na.
311, advance north of Bloemfontein. 351, Mate. Quiller-Couch's Historical Tales from Shakspere,

840.
tional Convention, 487.

king relieved, 391, end in sight, 409.

INDIA: Famine and the South African war expendi- Reusch, Franz Heinrich, deceased, 224-Wilhelm
Roosevelt, Governor, will not accept Vice-Presi-

ture, 103, Government efliciency testified to by von Riehl, H. Simonsfeld on, 13-Raphael,
dency, 120, 467, but forced to do so by

Oecumenical Conference (New York). 331, pre- Strachey's, 93-Rabelals in Urquhart's transla
commission to re-
Platt, 487, appoints

cautionary financial measures, 371-Gold stan- tion, 301-J. Royce's Conception of Immortall-
dard grown up to, 331,

ty, 460-Russian medical students limited in
vise city charter, signs State appraisers bill,

CHINA: Germany's troubles in colonizing Klao- number, 243-Royal Historical Society's Trans-
330, and makes Platt's tools appraisers, 350,
Chau, 139.

actions. 73-Rubber, Ferguson's All About, 438
vetoes bill releasing school trustees from buy- JAPAN: Restricts emigration to America, 469,

- Romantic Triumph, Omond's, 460,
SOUTH AMERICA: Brazil coples United States Shakspere, Historical Tales by Quiller-Couch, 340,
lng prison-made goods, 351, sustains exclusion
vexatious import regulations, 273.

Shakspere's Warwickshire Dialect studied by A
of inheritance appraisers from examinations,

Morgan, 438-Henry Sweet's History of Lan-
390, duty to discharge Governorship to the end,

Notes.

guage, 460-Signorelli, Crutwell's, 93-An-
488-Secretary Root behind Porto Rico tarifi

drea del Sarto, Guinness's, 93-L, de Saussure's
bill, 175, assurances given in Cuba, 213, plan

Announcements, 10, 31, 52, 71, 91, 108, 127, 145, Psychology of French Colonization, 186—Spain,
for Army War College, 214, on cost of Philip.

162, 184, 203, 221, 242, 261, 281, 299, 319, 338, Main's Cities and Sights of, 360-Scandinaviang
pine war and of transports, 252, ready to fight

358, 376, 397, 417, 436, 457, 475, 497-K. A. E. in United States, Nelson's History of, 147-
tor Monroe Doctrine, 329–Republican Con-
Arentzen deceased, 129-Mme. d'Aulnoy's Jour-

Scottish Jacobites, Newbigging's, 223-Solway,
vention at Philadelphia, 467, planks left out of

ney in Spain, 207-Dr. Leo Arons removed from Neilson's Annals of, 186-Sudan, political divl.
platform, Addicks recognized, Quay strengthen-

University of Berlin, 244-Gov. Andros's origi- slon, status of slavery, 321-South African His.
ed, 487, Quay's scheme of reformed representa-

nal Council Minutes, 359, 360-American School tory, Pratt's Leading Points in, 499—Solar
tion, 488-Religious Trust, charitable confede-

of Classical Studies at Athens, good work at eclipse of May 28, preparations for, 223—State
ration, 139.
St. Louis street-car strike, 429, 468–President

Corinth, 110, "American Historical Review' for scholarships desired for high schools, 243.

January, 130- Asiatic Society of Japan's Trans- Toyama, M. S., deceased, 321-Tower of London,
Schurman's commercial justification of seizing
actions, 33, 166, 302, 419- Agricola, edited by

Brooke-Hunt's Prisoners of the 93-Transvaal
Philippines, 156, moral for Philippines of vio-
A. Gudeman, 243.

Trouble, Hammond's, 499.
lating pledges to Porto Rico, on prospect of

Buchner, Ludwig, deceased, 165—Vittorio Bersezlo Virginia, colonial slavery in, 147—"Vanity Fair,"
good civil service in Philippines, 213-Rev. c. deceased, 165—Babar, s. Lane-Poole's, 165- anachronisms in Mitchell's dramatization of
M. Sheldon edits Topeka "Capital," 215-South Mme. Blanc on American women, 223-Borch-

93.
not for free silver as a main issue, 2, thanks

grevink on Newnes South Polar expedition, 284 Whitmore, William H., deceased, 478-Washing.
to rise in cotton, 197-Ship-subsidy bill finds -Berlin Royal Ethnological Museum's publi- ton. Letters to, 111-Wynkyn de Worde's publi-
plenty of witnesses pro, 82, masquerades as a cations on Mexican archaeology, 54-Birds of cations estimated by G. Dufr, 165—Warwick
contract, 120, and as fostering seamen, 138, Rhode Island Howe and Sturtevant's, 111- shire Dialect, Morgan's Study in, 438-West
abandoned for session, 214, 271, Alex. R.
Bride's Mirror, Nazir Ahmad's, 111-Boer war,

Point cadets, origin of best scholars, 498, 499.
Smith's fifteen questions, 234, cargo amendment, Cecil's, On the Eve of, 499,

Yorkshire, Norway's Highways and By-ways in, 74.

200 Free Trade, Domestic.....
Editorial and Miscellaneous Chinese, Ferment, The.......470, 492 Currency Bull Adopted.

65
Civil Service Pensions
452 Day of Humiliation.

25 Free Trade with the Coloples.... 64
Articles.
College Property, Taxation of.... 334 Deerls, Not Words....

178 From Blaine to Hay....

122
Arbitrary Taxation

296
Colonial Civil Service.....

392
Delagoa Bay Affair..

26 Gold Bill Passed in Senate. 140
Arbitration, Compulsory and Other 471X Conclllation versus Strikes. 450 Dependencies are Ruled, How... 352 Governmental Commissions, 238
Australian Federation, Status of. 374 Congress, The Record of.. 450 | Dewey Candidacy

274 Government Deposits

24
Bankers and the Treasury..

44
Consular BIII, The New.
106 "Don't Give up the Ship".

4 Graveyard of Good Treatles.

199
Boer War, Counting the Cost of. 179 Contempt of Court..

412
Education of Example

86 Hadley,
President, Denver

Ad
Bryan's Platform
431 Convict-Labor Problem
332 | England's Resources
238 dress

48
Ohalgrove Field, A Day on...... 124 Coues, Elliott

6 Erie Canal Policy, Our..

85 Havana Post-ofice Scandal, 872
Ohleagó, Municipal Reform in... 41N Cuban Elections

471 Es Oriente Lux...
44 | Hawail, Government of.

178
China, Understanding as to..... 264 Cuban Situation

201' Federal Corrupt-Practices Act... 84' Historical Pa els, Some...... 296

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Progress in the Forum

277 Allgemeine Deutsche Biographie Danvis Pioneer (Robinson's)..... 303
A Parliamentary Secession... 316 (Liliencron's)

319 Darwinism
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414 Amazones, (Néry's) Pays des. 404 (Hutton's)

110
"Ignoble Peace"
26 Greece Discoveries in the Agora American Horticulture, (Bailey's) Day Dreams (Lawrence's)
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Imperialism, The Issue of.. 169

at Corinth

Cyclopaedia of
228 Deacon Bradbury (Dix's).

303
Mexico-Impressions in the Mexi. American in Holland (Griffis's).. 98
Irish Party Reunited.

Decatur, Stephen (Brady's).
180
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497

Literature, (Fisher's) Deep-Sea Fish of Albatross Expe-
Irish Sentiment..
237 Africa-En Route to an Eclipse

General Survey of

19 dition (Garman's)
455

Station
Iron Trade, Future of the.
373

110
American Negro, (Washington's) De Lisle, Ambrose P., (Purcell's)
The Eelipse in Tripoll

473
Future of

98
104
Jethmian Canal

Life of
Japan--Notes on Japan.......395, 415 Anatolische Landwirthschaft

263

Des Indes à la Planete Marg
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(Herrinann's)

498
(Flournoy's)

463
Letter Writing. Survival of.
5 Occasional Correspond-

Anatomical Diagrams for Art Stu. Deutsche Litteratur des 19. Jahr-

261
Literature and Diplomacy.

dents (Dunlop's)
394

hunderts (Meyer's)
ence.
Ancient Philosophy,(Windelband's)

488

Deutsches Altertum in den An-
Lodge, Senator, Speech..
198

History of

384

schauungen des
Long Battle Ended...

200
Abbott Gospels, A Harmony of.. 108

16, ond 17.
Andes, Highest (Fitzgerald's). 148

Jabrhunderts (Gotthell's)
Americana Minora et Majora. 145 Angell, Col. Israel, Diary (Field's) 146

458
Long, Secretary, Boston Speech.. 236

Dictionary of National Biography 147
American School in Palestine... 457 Anglo-Boer Conflict (Ireland's)... 284 Dividend to Labor (Gilman's).
McKinley, Has He a Sure Thing? 4 Anglo-Saxon Wars
182 Animal and Plant Lore (Bergen's) 190

184

Doctrine and Doctrinal Disrup-

220
McKinley's Renomination

430
Animal Folk-Lore, Range of.

Annancy Stories (Smith's).

109

tlon (Mullock's)
"Another
220

398
Apistophilon (Rullard's)

264

Dog.
MeKinley's Speech at Ohio Asso-

(Hill's)
Anthropological Evidence
91

Management
Apocalypse, (Benson's) Study

and

of
ciation Banquet

Diseases of
178 "Any"

357
the

347

282
Arbiter of Opinion

Domestic Blundery of Women.
457

270
Military Lessons of Boer War... 354

Apostle of the Ardennes (Land- Donatello (Rea's)
Art Students' League.

318
say's)
361

377
Mills of God......
46 Athenian Things
51

Donne, John. (Gosse's) Life of,

Arctic. (Jackson's) Thousand Days
Mivart, Prof., and the Church... 142 Auditing of McKinley
49

111, 133
168

Dover,
Baboo Latin

Statham's) History of...
183
295

402
Money and Senatorships.

Arden Massiter (Barry's).

72

Drama of Yesterday and To-day
Berlin, Students and Libraries in. 203

Asia, Heart of (Skripe's).

167
410

(Scott's)
Monopolies, War on..

Bettering the Instruction
126

161
Asie, (Leroy-Beaulieu's) Rénova-
333

89
Municipality and Sluins..
Beveridge's Father-in-law.

Durbam, (Lapsley's) County Pala-
tion de l'.

503 tine of
Bible Dictionaries
51

170
National Archives
393
At the Wind's Will (Moulton's).. 265 Dutch

and
Boer Preparations for War.
31

Quaker Colonies
Augustan Ages (Elton's)..

153

(Fiske's)
Naval Student on our War with Boers Fighting For? What Are

180
337

Australia, Central, (Spencer and
the

Early Printed Books (Dutt's). 164, 165
Spain
......... 256

Gillen's) Native Races of. 113 East Tennessee and the Civil War
Boers, Looting the

376
New Bank Currency.............. 218 Book-Plate Thievery

260
Authority and Archeology (Ho.

(Temple's)

247
garth's)

321 Echoes of Greek Idylls (Miffin's) 265
New Mep in Public Life.

216
Bride's Mirror

279
Babar (Lane-Poole's)

165 Education
49
Bryan, Throw Over.

au point de vue SO-
New York Legislature's Session,
“Bundesrath,' " Seizure of the.
Babylonian Religion and Mytholo-

ciologique (Elslander's)
30

37
Morals of .....
275

186
Century Once More.

gy (King's)

Education, (Seeley's) History of. 210
71
Bacon-Shakespeare's Venus und

Education Moderne des

496
New York's Plundering

Jeunes
Charleston and Port Royal.
.......... 141

Adonis (Bormann's)

31 Filles (Dugard's)
Chattanooga Industrial Conven-

221
New York State Taxes, Equalizing 160

Ballads of a Bookworm (Browne's) 265 Education

of
tion
456

Children (Mon-
Balzac's Letters to Mme. Hanska
Chaworth,
Our Conquests and Our Constitu-
Mary,

210

taigne's)
Daughter De-
(Wormeley's)

282
tion

Education of the Young (Bosan-
104

144
ceased

Bamberger, Ludwig, Erinnerungen 12
Chess, Antiquity of.. ..338, 436, 457

quet's Plato's)

497
Philadelphia, Reform in
159

Bastille, (Funck-Brentano's) Leg-
Commercial Courses at Michigan

Egypt, (White's) Expansion of... 78
ends of

221
Polk and McKinley
254

Egypt, (Worsfold's) Redemption of 171
University

220

Beatrice d'Este (Cartwright's).1. 226 Egyptian Hleroglyphics (Budge's). 186
Populism in the Saddle.

372
Correction,

108
A.
Beethoven (Crowest's)

188
260

or
Cotton Prospect

Egyptian Ideas the Future
Porto Rican Bull
294
Benson, Edward White (Benson's) 460 Life (Budge's)

186
Crime of 73.

.143, 162
Porto Rican Question, Morals of 140

Beyond the Hills of Dream (Camp-

52
Decision without Reasons,

Egyptian Magic (Budge's)

186
Porto Rico and the President.... 158

bell's)

362 Emancipation de la Femme Mu.
Porto Rico, Tariff Inhumanity to. 122
Decorative Work in Pennsylvania

Bible Dictionary (Davis's)

11 sulmane (Lededer's)
Academy
357

477
President and Porto Rico..
158

Bird Homes (Dugmore's).
465 Embroidery (Townsend's)

18
10
Reform by Social Stigma.

Degrees, Irregular
45

Bird Notes Afeld (Keeler's). 162 Emhroidery and Lace (Lefébure's) 18
"Reposing Confidence

Despotism in College Administra-
410
Bismarck, (Wilmowski's) Meine Embryology

Invertebrates
tion

317
Republican If, The Great.
352

Erinneringen an

11 (Korscheldt and Holder's) 262
Dewey's Preparation

89
Republican Imbroglio
198

Boccacio, (Zenatti's) Dal Commen-
"Doubt" (To Fear, etc.).
WO

Emersons of Ipswich (Emerson
Republican Nominations

491
Dutch Professors' Manifesto.

and Gordon's)
416
to sopra la Commedia di Dante 498

422
Republican Platform and Gloss... 490

Boccaclo, (Jacobs's) Tales from.. 11
Eclipse Observation
376

Encyclopædia Bíblica (Cheyne's). 245
Roosevelt on Taxation

24
Elective System at Harvard. 396

Boers, (Van der Hoogt's) Story of England in 19th Century (Oman's) 74
Root, Secretary, Army Bill..... 217

the

284 England Saved
Epicene Pronoun

How

Europe,
299, 338
Ruskin, John
66
Boer

(Fitcbett's)
Erring with Plato.

52

Great, (Cloete's) His-
Shipping Subsidies

.54, 263
64

tory of

37 English Faust. Book of 1692 (Loge.
Slayery to the Machine

Fellowships for Women...... 203, 260
236

Botanizing (Bailey's)
19

398
279

man's)
Filipino Capacity
South African Dinculties

237
Ger-Falcon Government

435

Bounty, (Bligh's) Mutiny on the. 876 English Literature, (Pattee's),
South, Political Chaos in
313

Brahms, Johannes, (Dietrich and
German Use of Neuter Pronoun.. 261

Foundations of

242
Spain, Naval Student on our War

Hand is on Us

240

Widmann's) Recollections of. 188 English Literature, (Painter's)
with
256

Bride's Mirror (Nazir Ahmad's).. 111
Harper and Appleton..

240
"Spiritual Power" and Honesty.. 257

History of

262
396
Harvard Elective System.

British Army, (Fortescue's) Hig- English Novel, (Cross's) Devel-
Steel and Wire Episode.

313
Heart of Asia.
280

268
tory of

opment of

440
Stevenson's Letters

5
He Knows

British Breeding Birds, (Kear-
Strike Epidemic

English Novel, (Stoddard's) Evo-
353

89

304
Heroic Peace
ton's) Our Rarer.

440

lution of

337
Subsidies of Various Kinds. 123

31

Briton and Boer..
He, She, It...241, 261, 280, 299, 338
Taxation of College Property.

English Plays 1643-1700 (Greg's). 284
334

152
Brook Farm (Swift's).

English Poor
Honest, but not Truthful.

Law,
435

(Mackay's)
Tax on Banks and Trust Com-
How the Money Goes........
Browning, Poet and Man (Cary's) 191 History of

211
panies
84

396, 435
“Immigrant"

132

Buddha, (Davids's) Dialogues of. 444 English Radicals (Kent's)
Teaching, Decline of
180
10

92
Burr, Aaron (Merwin's).

English woman's Year book
Trusts and Interstate Trade.

Imperialism, Unselfishness of.
431

202
Indian Famine

Byzantine
240

(Janes's)

72

Constantinople (Van
Trusts, Proposed Constitutional

225
Millingen's)

Enoch Willoughby (Wickersham's) 303
Amendment Against

392
"Indian Harvest"

183
Van Wyck's Position ..........
Inquiry, An

Enseignement supérieur de l'Hig-
451

Cambridge Compositions (Archer-

319
Jeferson's?

117

377
Ig It..
Hinds and Hicks's).

toire (Fredericq's)
832
Vice Presidency, The

298

"Enterprise,
Cambridge, (Clark's) Old Friends

Lucky

Little
War and English Politics..

Kentucky and the Boss.
453

107
at

359

(Hill's)
War Taxes, Reduction of.

275 Kentucky, Only One Issue in.... 496
Year One of the Empire.......
Law Degrees at Oxford.
Cape of Good Hope, (Trotter's)

Epileptice, (Letchworth's) Care of 339
106
396

229 Essays
old Colonial Houses of

and
Literature and Fleas.

Addresses
221

(Pfiel-

derer's)
Caroline Islands (Christian's). 172

437
McKinley, Auditing of.

49
Special Correspondence.

McKinley Beer in Manila.

90
Carroll, Lewis,

Etchingham Letters (Pollock and
(Collingwood's)
Life of ..

210
Maltland's)

16
Domestic-American

"On the Hip".
Historical

397
Carroll, Lewis, (Bowman's) Story

Ethics, (Thilly's) Introduction to. 480
Association

7
On to or Onto.
280

210
Our New Diplomacy
Archeological Institute

Eton College, (Cust's) History of. 886
at

49

77
New Haven

European Fauna, (Scharff's) Hle-
27
Oxford Law Degrees.

Cathedral Builders (Scott's)
396

424
Modern Language Association
Palestine. American School in.

tory of
457
Ce-Klang (Carll's)

386

Evangelienfragment, (Jacoby's)
28
in New York
Parcels Post Stamp.

Electricity Sup.
279
Central Station

821

Ein Neues
71

128
Economic Association at Ithaca 29 Perplexed Republican

ply (Gay and Yeaman's).

437

Exhibition (1900), Paris
American Oriental Society.... 314

Phantomnation

127
Century of Science (Fiske's)

18
Librarians at Montreal.

Eye. (Davis's) Refraction of the. 339
492 Philippines, Our Title to.
50 Character, (MacCunn's) Making of 359

Famous Actors of the Day
Some Hindu Proverbs..

88
Porto Rico or Puerto Rico ?.. 337

Charterhouse (Tod's),
478

72

(Strang's)
The Famine in

dla.

335
Postal Card, A Better..260, 299, 318

Chase, Salmon P. (Hart's).

207
Farm

242

ead (Roberts's)
Goethe's “Iphigenie" at Har

Protestant Principle
182 Chateaubriand en Amérique (BE-

Federal Clearing-honses (GII.
yard
239 Roman Law

398
90
dier's)

484
Great Britain-London Winter
Rose and the Ring_Mangled..145, 183

Chaucer Canon (Skeat's).

443
Femmes

223
Exhibitions
46 Shipping Subsidy Bill.

126
Chile, Temperate (Smith's). 227

Finland and the Tsars (Fieber's) 135
Opening

of
the Exhibition South Africa. The Struggle in... 8 Chile, (Echeverria's) Voces Usa.

Fish Culture, Modern Mather's). 242
Season in London.
856 Southern Poor Relief..

317
das en

172

Florilegium Latinum (Thackeray
Royal Academy Exhibition.. 413 Stillman, W. J.. on the Boer War 144 China, (Smith's) Village Life in. 344 and Stone's)

117
Politics and Plays
in Ireland.. 201 Strenuousness of Southern "DIA. Chopin (Huneker's)

383

Folk-Songs from the Spanish
Ireland and the Royal Visit... 276 cultieg"

71 Chopin, Liszt's) Life of.

419
(Huntington's)

285
Vanishing London
336 "Sun"
241, 261 Christ (Cook's Cynewull's)

263

Forms of Proge Literature (Gar.
Graduate Study at Oxford.. 432 "Sure"

338
Cicero's Letters (Shuckburgh's).. 109

diner's)

819
France The Suez Canal...
7 Suum Cuique

51 Civil War (U. S.), (Schouler's) France. (Brlere and Caron's) Re.
Marsbal de Luxembourg
375 Tenching, Decline in....219, 241, 280 History of

169

92

pertoire de l'Histoire de...
Rebelliau's Bossuet

48
Tell it not to the Tagals.
31 Clarke Papers (Firth's). .320, 321 Franco-German War

886
The Educational Crisis in

Thalia
108 Clark University, 1889-1899. 228

Free Thought, (Robertson's) Hig-
France
69 Tommy and Grizel.
497 Coaching. (Rogers's) Manual of.. 117

tory or

504
Serrao's e Conquest of Rome'..
87 Transvaal Issue

396 Colonie degli Italiani (Brunlaltl's) 300 French Portraits (Thompson's).. 209
474 Two Lapses

261 Colon isation Française, (Saus- French Revolutionist, (Jeph-
A Feminist of the French Vice-Presidency

71 sure's) Psychologie de..

186
son's) Real

899
Revolution .....
434 Walton's Angler

497 Common Sense in Education and From Cape Town to Ladysmith
Masson's Napoleon
297 Washingtons, The Seat of the

9 Teaching (Barnett's)
210 (Steevens's)

284
Napoleon's Eaglet
356 Wieland, English Translator of..

241
Confident To-morrow (Matthews's) 16

Frontinus and the Water Supply
Eliza Bonaparte
259 Wilkeg's Land
357

135
Contemporaries (Higginson's)

of Rome (Herschel's)

441
Moreau
107 Williams, Roger, and Sir Thomas Corregglo (Brinton's)

261 Galleo, Opere

137
The Mother of the Duc d'En-

Urquhart
435 Cotswold Village (Gibbs's)

109 Garden-Book, (Hunn's) Amateur's
ghlen
142, 181
Courtier (Hoby's Castiglione's)... 261 Practical

859
Chuquet's Alsace in 1814..... 495 Titles of Books Reviewed Crashaw's Poems (Tutin's),

Garland of Sonnets (Betts's).
Barapte's Memoirs
218

Crevelli, Carlo (Rushforth's) 242

Garthowen (Raine's)

402
Paris Exposition: Its Architec- Adams, Charles Francis (Adams's) 224 Crystallography (Lewis's)

11 Geber (Benton's)

303
ture
493 Africanders (Hooker's)

38
Austria-Hungary - Austrian-Anti- Album Historique (Parmentier's). 163 Cuba. (Musgrave's) Under Three Germantown
Semitism ....

284 Cuba and International Relations German Sectarians of Pennsyl-
Emile Faguet, Academiclan. 160 Agricola (Gudeman's Tacitus's)... 243 (Callahan's)

325
vania (Sachse's)

(Pennypacker's)
453 Alexander the Great (Wheeler's). 326 Flags in

69 Settlement of

438
Italy-Obarles Albert's Legend and Allemagne Nouvelle et ses His- Dante (Gardner's)

377 Gesammelte Aufsätze (Schon-

146

of

maps) d'Amérique (Blanc's,

362

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319 Malay Magic (Skeat's)

303 Saëns's)
Gettysburg, New York at
358 Manchester, Mass., (Lamson's)

800 Sovereign Ladies of Europe (Both-
Powers at Play (Perry's)

16
Giotto and his works in Padua

mer's)

859
History of

163 Practical Agitation (Chapman's)
(Ruskin's)

346 Spain, (Main's) Cities and Sights
419 Man Past and Present (Keane's)
Glutton or Epicure (Fletcher's). 458
381 Principles of Mechanics (Hertz' 204 of

360
Goeie Jo (Van Wijk's).
Mansi, J. D., et les Grandes Col- Prisoners of the Tower (Brooke Sport en France (Vaux's)

223
lections Conciliaires

Hunt's)
Gospel according

(Quen-
to St. Luke

93 Stalr-Building, (Mowat's) Treatise
ten's)
499 Proportion in Harmony of Line

on

443
(Wright's)
282 Map of Life (Lecky's)

186
Gothic Art in England, (Prior's)

and Color (Raymond's), 343 Stalky & Co. (Kipling's)

16
Master of Craft (Jacobs's).. 417 Protestant Dissent and English
History of

Stanley Lady (Adeane's) Early
423 Mathematics
128 Unitarianism (Lloyd's).

222

Married Life of
Grammar of Science (Pearson's). 203

884
Mathematics, Elementary, Public Finance, (Daniels's) Ele- Statistics and Economics (Mayo-
Gray, Thomas, (Rideout's), Se-

mnents of
(Smith's) Teaching, of, 230
lected Letters of

Smith's)
242

160

::::...... 184
Mécanisme de la
Greatest Gift (Marchmont's).... 401

Puritad as Colonist and Reform.
Vie Moderne

Steam-Engine Theory and Prac.

er (Byington's)
(Avenel's)
97

221

tice (Ripper's)
Grèce Antique (Lefèvre's).

128
498
Greek

Pyramids and Progress (Ward's). 171 Steinert, Morris, Reminiscences.. 463
Comic Poets, (Pickard-

Mechanics applied to Engineering
(Goodman's)

128

Quaker Campaigns in Peace and Stevenson,
Cambridge's) Fragments from 380

Robert Louis (Corn-
War (Jones's)

884

ford's)
Greek Drama

Mediæval Music (Hope's).
(Barnett's)

800
477

96

Quaker Government in Pennsyl- Stony Point, (Johnston's) Storm-
Greek Literature, (Campbell's) Memory Culture (Pick's).

12
vania (Sharpless's)
464 ing of

885
Religion in
404 Men and Things I Saw in Civil

Queen's Twin (Jewett's)

244 Stories from Old-Fashioned Chil-
Greek Terracotta Statuettes

War Days (Rusling's).

11
Rabelais (Urquhart's)
301 dren's Books (Tuer's)

31
(Hutton's)
300 Mental Affections (Macpherson's). 477 Races of Man (Deníker's)

268
Grizzly,. (Seton-Thompson's) Bio-

Strength of Gideon (Dunbar's).: 481
Mexican Vistas (Sberratt's)

109
Rapbael (Strachey's)
93 Surgery (Pick's)

118
graphy of a
366 Michelangelo (Hurll's)
242 Ready-Made Romance (Hope's), 203 Sverissaga (Sephton's)

462
Grosseteste, Robert (Stevenson' 302 Military Geography, Maguire's) Real French Revolutionist (Jeph- Sword and Cross (Banks's)

265
Harp of Life (Godfrey's)

303
Outlines of

191
son's)
399 Taliesen (Hovey's).

264
Hausa Language,
(Robinson's) Millais, John E. (Baldry's).

33 Recollectiong (West's)
248 Talmud, Babylonian

877
Dictionary of

13 Millais, Jobn E., (Millais's) Life Reden und Vorträge (Ribbeck's). 92 Taxation, State, Studies in. 800
Helen Keller Souvenir

398
of

33 Red Pottage (Cholmondeley's). 244 Teck, Duchess of (Cooke's) 864
Historic Ornament, (Glazier's)

Millet (Hurll's)

417
Reformation, (Gasquet's) Eve of Tennyson. Ruskin,

and Mili
Manual of
230

the

248
Milton, Jobo (Trent's).

382 (Harrison's)

483
Historic Side-Lights (Arpold's).. 289
Milton, John, (Corson's) Introduc-

Reformation in England, (Mait.
Hoffmann's, E. T. A., Sämtliche

Thackeray's Unidentified Contri.
tion to

land's) Essays
248

327 butions to "Punch" (Spiel-
Werke (Grisebach's)
88

261

Réforme
Milton's Works (Beeching's).

de l'Enseignement Se-

mann's)
Holly and Pizep (Stuart's).

91
77

condaire (Ribot's)

148

Theretetus of Plato (Dyde's)... 306
Home Geograpby (Tart and Mc.

the Civil
Mississippi Valley in

Relation du Voyage d'Espagne Their Silver

War (Fiske's)
Murry's)

Wedding Journey
397

478
(Aulnoy's)
207 (Howells's)

244
Home Nursing (Harrison's). 497 Mists of Fire (Kenney's).

265
Religion in Greek Literature

They that Walk in Darkness
House of Hundred Lights
Monks and Monasteries, (Wish-

(Campbell's)
404 (Zangwill's)

244
(Torrence's)
264 art's) History of

476

Religion of Israel to the Exile Thoughtful Hours (Herrick's) 260
How Women May Earn & Living

Moods (Taylor's)

266
(Budde's)

109 | Three Men on Wheels (Jerome's) 461
(Candee's)

191 Moody, Dwight L., (Moody's) Religion under the Barons of Through Unexplored Asla (Reid's) 229
Hugo, Victor,
le Poete (Re-
Life of ..
398 Baltimore (Smith's)

85 Tippecanoe. (Pirtle's) Battle of. 839
nouvier's)
222 Moorish Empire (Meakin's).

346
Rembrandt (Hurll's)

127 Towards Pretoria (Ralph's) 4922
Hugo, Victor, Memoirs

11 Moscow, (Gerrare's) Story of.. 386 Reminiscences (Julla Ward Trade between United Kingdom
Human Histology, (Weysse's) Municipalities, (Eaton's) Govern-

Howe's)

286 and U. S., (Chapman's) His.
Epitome of

377
ment of
74 Répertoire Bibliographique des

tory of

163
Immortal Garland (Brown's).... 402 Municipal Government (Coler's).. 269 Principales Revues Françaises Transvaal from Within (Fitz-
Immortality (Royce's) Concep- Musicians, (Baker's) Biographical

(Jordell's)
282 patrick's)

284
tion of
460

188
Dictionary, of

Répertoire des Vases Peints Transvaal Trouble (Hammond's). 490
In Cap and Bells (Seaman's). 362
My Mother's Journal (Hillard's).. 424 (Reinach's)

458 Tuberculosis, Pulmonary (Knopf's) 92
ID Connection with the De Wil-

346

Resurrection (Tolstoy's)
Naples, (Whitehouse's) Collapse

Twelve Notable Good Women
loughby Claim (Burnett's).. 244

of the Kingdom of
436 Revolutionist, (Kropotkin's) Me

(Carey's)
In Dwarfland and Cannibal Coun-

864
moirs of

87 Twenty
Nature-Pictures by American Poets

Famous Naval
try (Lloyd's)

Battles
266
265

92
Rhein, (Stern's) Geschichten vom

(Rawson's)

862
(Marble's)
India. (Dutt's) Civilization of.. 858

Rhode Island Birds (Howe and United Kingdom (Goldwin Smith's) 94
Indian Child-Life (Deming's).

New Testament Epistles (Hay.
206

Sturtevant's)
476

111 Unleavened Bread (Grant's). 461
man's)
Indian Story and Song from N.

Ricardo,
Letters to H. Valda Hanem (Pryce's)

77
America (Fletcher's)
New Trades Combination Move-

Trower (Bonar

and Hol Versailles Historical Series. 800
Industrial Chemistry, (Thorp's)

ment (Smith's)

56
lander's)

190 bersunkene Glocke (Hauptmann's) 222
Outlines of ...
128 New World Called America

16
Ridan the Devil (Becke's)

Vertebrate Zoology (Kingsley's), 89
Inorganic Evolution (Lockyer's)... 366 (Payne's)

499

Riehl, W. von, als Kulturbis- Vie et les Livres (Deschamps' 477
Inquiet, L' (Cornut's).
Nichol, Elizabeth Pease (Stod-

toriker (Simonsfeld's)

13 Voice of the People (Glasgow's 401
Insects (Sharp's)
151 dart's)

57
River War (Churchill's)

131 Wages in United Kingdom ip
International Geography (Mill's).. 368 North American Forests and For-

Rodbertus, (Gonner's) Social Phil-

19th Century (Bowley's)..... 288
International Year-book (Colby's). 482 estry (Bruncken's)

501
osophy of
92 Wagner (Lidgey's)

188
Interpretations of Poetry and Re-

Northwest under

Three Flags Romances of Roguery (Chand- Warwickshire Dialect, (Morgan's)
ligion (Santayana's)
405 (Moore's)
801 ler's)

149
Study in ...

488
Iphigenie auf Tauris (Goethe's). 222 Norwegian North Polar Expedition Romantic Triumph (Omond's). 460 Washington, (Hamilton's) Let-
Ipswich Emersons (Emerson and

(Nansen's)

379
Rome, Ancient, (Lanciani's) De-

ters to

111
Gordon's)
422 Nos Estados Unidos (Lima's). 54 struction of

109 Ways of Wood-Folk (Long's). 269
Ireland (Austin's) Spring and Notes Sport and Travel Rome, (Muírhead's) Private Law Wellington, (Maxwell's) Life of. 482
Autumn in

476
(Klngsley's)
288

204
or

75 Weltgeschichte (Helmolt's)
Italian Art, (Stearns's) Midsum. Nova Anthologia Oxoniensis (Ellis Rosamund, Queen of the Lom- When We Dead Awaken (Ibsen's) 377
421 and Goodley's)

117
mer of

361
bards (Swinburne's)

Whist, Standard (Shelby's).. 184
Rubályát, FitzGerald's, (Tutin's) White Butterflies (Clark's)

401
Nova Scotia, (Bourinot's) Build-
Italian Unity, (King's) History of 400

319
Concordance to
358

White Robe of Churches of the
Italy and her Invaders (Hodgkin's) 193
ers of

of
Rubaiyát

Omar
Occom, Samson (Love's)

Khayyam

602
462

11th Century (Spence's)
Italy, Modern (Orel's)
419

362 Wine?
(Le Gallienne's)

Shall
(Madden's)

We
Jefferson, (Ford's) Writings of.. Old Family (Seton's).
115
305

Drink

877
Old
Jesuit Relations (Thwaites's)..53, 244

Rubber and Gutta-Percha, (Fer-
Scores and New Readings

438
guson's) All about

Winter Holiday (Carman's). 204
Jowett, Benjamin, (Abbott and

188
(Runciman's)

478

Rugby (Bradby's)
Campbell's) Letters of..
ola Testament. (Green's) Intro-

Wireless Telegraphy (Bottone's): 417
287

Rural Wealth
63

and Welfare Wireless Telegraphy, (Fabie's)
Judaism (Lazarus's) Ethics of... 476

duction to Text of.

(Falrchild's)
.859 History of

78
Kant and Spencer (Carus's). 109

265
Omega et Alpha (D'Arville's).

Ruskin, John (Spielman's)

242 Wit and Humor of Bench and
Kennedy of Glenbaugh (Maclure's) 303
Oneida Community (Eastlake's) 72

Russian Literature,

(Wallszew-
Bar (Brown's)

92
Ou the Eve of the War (Cecll's). 499
Khayyam, Omar, (Curtis's) 100

ski's) History of

845 With a Palette in Eastern Pal.

16
Quatrains from

On Trial
264

Russian Province of the North

aces (Merrick's)

262
Klinger, Max (Schmid's)
263

362
Open Road (Lucas's)

(Engelhardt's)

282 Women's International Congress,
386

361

Osbern and Ursyne (Craigie's).
Klondike Stampede (Adney's).

Russia on the Pacific (Vladimir's) 287 Transactions

859
Krieg in Süd-Afrika (Müller's)... 262

Our Fleet To-day (Eardley-Wil- Sailing around the World (Slo- World and the Individual (Royce's) 267
mot's)

497
Land Law, Modern (Jenks's)..... 193

cum's)

320 World in a Garden (Neish's).
Oxford Classical Texts. 184, 497 Salons, Colonial and Republican World's Orators (Lee's)
Language, (Sweet's) History of.. 460

.116, 476
1855

Paine, Thomas (Sedgwick's).
Languages,

859 Wotan,
(Wharton's)

and
Siegfried

Brünn-
(Sweet's) Practical
Palaeontology.(Zittel's) Textbook of 504

77
Study of

San Isidro (Crowninshield's)
267

188

bilde (Chapin's)
Sanskrit
Palestine and Syria, (Thomas's)

English
Last Lady of Mulberry (Thomas's) 402

Dictionary Writing-Table of the 20th Oen-
Two Years in
97 (Mopier-Williams's)
826 tury (Mathews's)

866
Law of Nations, (Walker's) His
Paolo and Francesca (Phillips's). 361 Sarto, Andrea del (Guinness's)... 93 Yangtze

Valley,

and Beyond
442
tory of

Paradiso

Dante's)
(Wicksteed's

361
Laxdæla Sagá (Press's).

(Bishop's)

403
78

Scandinavians in 8. D., (Nelson's) Yorkshire, (Norway's) Highways
Lenore (Rossetti's Burger's)
478

417
Paris as It Is (De Forest's).

History of

147
Leslie, Alexander, (Terry's) Life

and Byways in
School Sanitation and Decoration Young Folk's Cyclopaedia of

417
of
18 Paris, A Woman's

163
(Burrage and Bailey's)

437
Paris Exhibition (1900).

Persons and Places (Champ-
Lessons of the (Boer) War (Wil-

lin's)
Scotland in 18th Century, (Gra-

476
282
kinson's)

Paris, Harper's Guide to.
358

166
ham's) Social Life of

Yule and Christmas (Tille's)

36
Lessons of the War with Spain

Paris, (Martin's) Stones of.,
(Mahan's)

Scottish Jacobites (Newbigging's) 223
60
Parliamentary Law,
(Robert's)

265
Season's Sowing (Keeler's)
481

Books of the Week.
Letteratura Italiana, (Flamini's)

Primer of

Selected Poems (Matheson's) 362
Compendio di Storia della ... 819 Parson Kelly (Mason and Lang's) 16

Seton Family (Seton's)

305 20, 39, 60, 79, 99, 118, 136, 154, 173.
Librarianship and Bibliography, Passages in a Wandering Life (Ar- Seward, William H., (Bancroft's) 194, 211, 231, 250, 270, 289, 307, 327,
(Garnett's) Essays in
91 nold's)

480 Life of

323, 341

347, 367, 387, 406, 424, 445, 465, 485,
Light of Day (Burroughs's).
437 Passing of the Empires (Maspe-

Sextus Empiricus and Greek Step- 505.
Li Livres du Gouvernement des

ro's)
880 ticism (Patrick's) ...

59
Rois (Colonna's)
406 Pedant Joué (Cyrano de Berge- Shakespeare-Grammatik (Franz's) 484

ERRATA
Lincoln, A., (Tarbell's) Life of... 164 rac's)

222

Shakespeare-Vorträge (Vischer's). 31
Liszt, Franz, Briefe (La Mara's). 11 Pennsylvania Atlas

Shakspere, (Quiller-Couch's) His. Page 52. col. fi., line 36 from bottom:
Literary Reminiscences (Grenier's) 203 Penn, William, (Jenkins's) Fami-

torical' Tales from

340 l'or January" read * December.'
Littérature Russe (Waliszewski's) 345 ly of

58 Shipping and Craft, (Pritchett's)

Line 9 from bottom. For "Wenn"
Litteraturgeschichte, (Harnack's)

Pepss's Ghost (Emerson's). :::::. 109 Pen and Pencil Sketches of.. 152 read "Wann.'
Essays zur
13 Petty, Sir W.. (Hull's) Economic

93
Signorelli, Luca (Crutwell's)

Page 77, col. 1., line 18 from bottom.
249

Writings of
Little Novels of Italy (Hewlett's)

Silence of Love (Holmes's)

362 For "fire-red" read "fine red."
16
Philippines, (Milet's) Expedition Silent Singer (Morris's)

16
Living in the World (Putnam's).

Page 90, col, 11. Dele third paragraph
265
to the

14 Sill, Edward R. Prose' Writings. 300 from bottom (Peacock).
Living Past (Jevons's).
302

92
Philobiblon (Bury's)

Slavery and Four Years of War
Logic, (Lafleur's) Illustrations of. 502

Page 127. col. ii., line 3 from bottom.

(Keifer's)
Physics, (Watson's) Text-book of 163

417 For
London, (Cook's) Literary and His-

phantoinnate or phantomda-
Picture Study
in

Socialism, (Le Bon's) Psychology tion" read “phantomate or phanto-

Elementary
torical Map of ...

221
Schools (Wilson's)
192

385 mation."
London to Ladysmith (Churchill's) 501 Pilgrim Fathers, (Mackeppal's) Solway. (Nellson's) Annals of the 186 Page 152, col. .. line 27 from bot.
Lucian

the
Syrian Satirist
Homes and Haunts of.
211 Sonnets in Switzerland and Italy

tom. For "T. Codman" read “J.
(Hime's)

244
Playfair,

362
Lyon, (Reid's)

(Rawnsley's) .......
Lungs,

T. Codman."
(Fowler and Goodloe's)

moirs of

114 Soul and the Hainmer (Ditson's) 402 Page 162, col. 111., Ude 32. For "Mac-
Discases of

163
Point and Pillow Lace.

18 South Africa, (Devereux's) Side- millan" read “Henry Frowde."
Lyra Frivola (Godley's)

362
Political History

of
Europe
Lights on

37 Page 221, col fil., lipes 19 and 30
Lyrics of Brotherbood (Burton's). 264 since 1814 (Seigdobog's).

68
South African History, (Pratt's)

from bottom. For "Monsieur" read
McClure, David, (Dexter's) Diary Politician's Hand-book (Whates's) 146 Leading Points in.

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Poole's Historical Atlas.

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Makers of Literature
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berry's)
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NEW YORK, THURSDAY, JANUARY 4, 1900. the Argentine treaty, is that free-trade Ludlow, who, it says, "has governed by

arguments are so innocently used by men means of ukases signed with the point of who have gone all their lives in horror his sword." These are but indications of them. "In any other mouth," said of the swarming difficulties which will

Pascal's Jesuit, "these opinions would try the patience and tact of Gen. Wood The reported

of Secretary

be orthodox”; coming from a Jansenist, in his new and arduous position, but Hay's efforts to obtain a joint interna

of course they were heretical. So we which we think he will surmount. tional guarantee of the "open door" in

say, if anybody but Mr. McKinley talk

ed as he does about the French and China will constitute, if real, a great di

We suppose that the incorporation of plomatic achievement.

Argentine treaties, he would be a free-
That the Gov-
trader.

the Panama Canal Campany in New ernment has been working for this end

Jersey on Wednesday of last week is inhas been no secret. The President alluded to the matter in his message, when Appraiser Wakeman continues to be a

tended partly to remove the deadly rehe said that no infringement of our thorn in the side of New York importers. proach that it was a “foreign” enterprise. treaty rights in China had yet occurred, it has seemed to be his view all along This was used as a fatal taunt in the

last Congress. It will be no longer availand that the purpose of the Adminis- that importing is an immoral act, which tration was to see that none should oc- has somehow been recognized and tole- abie, however, now that the incorpora

tors are able to announce “the Americur. That expression suggests the rarated by the United States Government,

canization of the Panama Canal. This tionale of the affair-to maintain unimbut which good men should discounte

mahes the Panama route at least as papaired our commercial rights in China nance and prevent as much as possible.

triotic as the Nicaragua plan, and thus enjoyed under existing treaties. The dan- So he takes all possible means to check

the eminent engineers who are investiger was, of course, that the successive this kind of misdemeanor. The result annexations, or "leases” for ninety-nine is that foreign trade really belonging to rating the comparative technical merits

of the two are at liberty to dismiss all years as the wise it call, might have the New York seeks other ports, where less effect of snuffing out our treaties. China fanatical appraisers are stationed. It invidious questions about the flag, and

look only for the better place to dig a would be disposed still to observe them, would not be surprising if New York but would the European Powers who had should receive the bulk of her dry-goods canal. Their report cannot, in all prob

ability, be laid before Congress in its taken over Chinese territory? The ex- of foreign make through the Boston ample of English experience in Madacustom-house before the expiration of

present session. The President evidently

does not expect that it will be, as he said gascar is instructive. When France, not Wakeman's term. So, as we cannot have

in his message that “a comprehensive without some diplomatic trickery, sud

Wakemans at all our ports, we should denly declared Madagascar French terrinot be suppressing the evil practice of

and complete investigation is called for,

which will require much labor and consitory, instead of merely a French protec- importing, but only changing its lurk

derable time for its accomplishment.” torate, British treaty rights of trade in

ing-place. A report comes from Washthat island were at once extinguished. ington that Wakeman will not be re

Yet this, of course, has not prevented

the impetuous Hepburn and the fiery Lord Salisbury complained, but M. Hano

moved from office, but that ne will be taux was firm, and the English were left warned to mend his ways. Such leniency Morgan from announcing that they pro

pose to push bills for the construction without redress. Mr. Hay foresaw a simi

will be a mistake on the part of the
higher authorities. Wakeman has

of a Nicaragua Canal, without waiting lar peril to our interests in China, and

for any little thing like a Government took steps to forestall it diplomatically. ceived many warnings to “be decent,"

report. They will be more than ever but they have been of no avail, because

inclined to make haste when they learn the crime of importing was constantly

that the Americanized Panama Company Mr. Kasson has taken a hand in ex- going on before his eyes. As well expect

proposes to raise American capital and plaining the French reciprocity treaty. a Puritan of the seventeenth century to He is naturally displeased at the asser- keep his hands off an image in a Catholic complete its canal without asking money

from Congress. tion of the French Government that they

church. Foreign goods are a kind of godgot quite the better of him in the bar- iess idolatry to the Wakeman vision, and gain. As a matter of fact, he is certain an importer, although he may be a pro

President McKinley must see the abthat he worsted them. They were sim- tective tariff man himself and a member surdity or forbidding Federal office-holdply in despair at his superior craft and of the very League of which Wakeman

ers to attend the Republican national cunning in the negotiation, and at one was Secretary, is in his eyes an object of

convention for two or three days next time ruefully thought of abandoning the sleepless vigilance and never ending sus

June, and at the same time allowing one whole treaty, which was such a monu- picion.

of the chief among such office-holders ment of their diplomatic defeat; but

to act for nearly a year as chairman of finally they concluded to put a bold face The native Cuban press treated Gen. an important partisan committee. It on it and tell the Chamber that they Brooke's farewell proclamation with would be logical to let First Assistant had got the better of the wily Améri

grave humor. “We look around us," Postmaster-General Heath be head of cans. Mr. Kasson, however, is not put- said the Diario de la Jarini, "as Gen. the "committee on organization and liteting a bold face on it when he affirms Brooke urges us to do, but we do not rature" just established by the Repubthat he completely outmaneuvred the see the things he says we shall.” One of lican national committee, and also Frenchmen; he is telling the simple them was judicial and prison reform, to let as many postmasters throughout historic truth, and has no thought of upon which Gen. Wood seems now to be the country go to the convention at influencing the action of the Senate. entering with vigor. Towards the new Philadelphia as could secure election Truthful James could not be more sol- Military Governor all factions are very as delegates. It would be logical also emn than he in assuring the troubled respectful. This, however, may be only to prohibit such partisan activity by California fruit-growers that their inte provisional, until Wood chooses his Ca- both superior and subordinates. But to rests are dear to his heart, and have binet; then he will be apt to hear things say that Mr. Heath of Indiana may turn not been neglected in the least. But the said in fluent Castilian. The Cubano himself into a partisan worker for the amusing thing about all this, as about already demands the dismissal of Gen. I next ten months, as First Assistant

re

at

Postmaster-General

Washington, York Regiment does not deserve the bad less than in Illinois, will rejoice at the while he could not even be a delegate preëminence recently given it of put- news that Gov. Tanner of that State has to the national convention if he were ting in the largest number of claims for reached the end of his career, He has a postmaster at home, seems too ridi- pensions yet received from any regi- earnestly sought to secure another nomiculous for the President to permit-to ment which took part in the war with nation from the Republicans next year, say nothing of the scandal involved in Spain. Its applications at last accounts but the opposition within his own party the license to neglect his public duties numbered only 311, while 650 have come proved so strong that on Friday he made thus given the official who stands next in from the Ninth Massachusetts. This formal announcement of his withdrawal to the head in a great department. latter regiment never had a strength ex- from the field, Tanner is the worst spe

ceeding 1,200 men. It was not mustered cimen of the boss building up a State The news which Elliot Danforth, for- into the service until May, 1898, and was machine after the manner of Platt in merly our leading silver and Bryan Dem-mustered out six months later. The re- New York and Quay in Pennsylvania, ocrat in this State, has brought from the markable and discreditable contrast be- that has been seen beyond the AlleghaSouth confirms similar information from tween the rush for pensions by soldiers nies. Without a single qualification for Washington. He says that the Southern in the brief Spanish war and the spirit high office himself, he managed to seDemocratic leaders are not insisting upon manifested by the men who served in cure the Republican nomination for the making free silver the main issue in next the Union army during the four years' governorship in a year when he could year's campaign, that they acknowledge struggle against the Southern Confede. run nearly 20,000 votes behind his parthat the situation has changed since 1896, racy, is best shown by comparing these ty's candidate for President and still get and that they now think Trusts and figures for the Seventy-first New York a plurality of much over 100,000. In imperialism will be the dominant issues and the Ninth Massachusetts with the stalled in the chief office, he used all in 1900. As for candidates, they mention figures for the Pennsylvania regiment his influence to lower the standard in only Bryan for first place, with some which was commanded during the civil other positions, and to organize a maEastern man for second. Why not throw war by Col. Beaver, afterward Governor chine which should permanently control over Bryan with the free-silver issue? of the State. This regiment had 2,094. the politics of the State. He had as litHe never had any other excuse for being enlistments from the beginning to the tle respect for law as for public sentia candidate, and, without that issue, he ending of the war. Up to the close of ment, and shocked the nation a year ago will have no claim to a renomination. 1882, seventeen years after the end of by usurping the power to forbid the enIf he consents to be separated from his the war, only 475 applications for pen- trance into Illinois of men from other issue, he will be repudiated by the free- sions had been filed, of which 90 came States seeking work in her mines, and 'silverites and other Populistic elements, from widows, 23 from minors, and 53 threatening to "blow to pieces with Gatwhich were attracted to him by that from dependent relatives. Most of the sol- ling guns" any body of such offenders. alone, and he will have great difficulty diers of Col. Beaver's regiment on whose In short, he has been a disgrace not only in gaining the confidence of other ele- account pensions were granted, were ac- to his State, but to the whole country, ments, both in and out of the Democrat- tually killed in battle or died of their and his final downfall is cause for uniic party. Distrust of the man is as strong wounds.

versal satisfaction. as distrust in his issue, and if the party has the sagacity to see its opportunity, it will make thorough work of its un

The plan to increase the number of

It is characteristic of a happy-goloading, and throw both overboard to chaplains in the army, which is now be- lucky nation that, after looking with

ing urged by the War Department, pleased curiosity for fifteen years at the gether. should meet with little public encourage- digging of a drainage canal from the city

of Chicago to the outfall of the Des The reaction of sentiment in the House ment. For years past the clergymen apof Representatives regarding the treat-pointed to the army have largely been Plaines River, we have suddenly awakment of the Roberts case from Utah at

men who failed to do well in civil life, ened to the fact that this ditch is intendthe opening of the session encourages

and who got their positions only by using ed to carry the city's sewage down to the the hope that the Constitution may re

political pulls. Once in the service they Illinois River and thence to the Missisceive attention when another

have been of little value, except as teach-sippi and the Gulf of Mexico. This fact claim to a seat comes before that body. ers in far-away posts, and have been re- was proclaimed in many ways by the

and Most Representatives now concede that tired within comparatively few years af- Chicago authorities, newspapers, the Mormon claimant ought to have been ter their appointment, the average period financiers. Loans were negotiated to the

amount of $30,000,000 or more, for that admitted upon his regular credentials, of service of those now on the retired and then expelled with all the impres- while scandals have by no means been list being little more than twelve years,

express purpose. Meetings of engineers

and men of science were held to discuss siveness which such deliberate action would have commanded. These Con

infrequent in the corps. For many years plans for carrying out this design, and thoughtfui army officers have favored

considerable éclat was earned by the gressmen will be disposed to pay more heed to the fundamental law when the the total abolition of the office, and fore- energetic contractors. Pictorial illustracase of Gen. Wheeler of Alabama comes most among these was Gen. Sherman,

tions of their machinery were published

from time to time and widely circulated. before the present House than was paid who, loyal churchman as he was, never in the last.

And yet, on the very eve of opening the failed to denounce the clerical scramThe Federal Constitution bling for office which these places caus

drainage canal (on January 2), there says that “no person holding any ofed. In view of the fact that the War

a sudden demand from downfice under the United States shall be a

Department is now member of either house during his con

trying Chaplain

stream that the opening of the canal Shields for intoxication, that charges are

be deferred until Congress, or the courts, tinuance in office.” Gen. Wheeler held

somebody should have time to the office of general in the United States pending against another, and that, when

stop it altogether. ordered to Manila recently, several chap

What effect the volunteers during the last Congress, but lains resorted to all sorts of curious de

drainage scheme may have on the health still claimed the right to a seat in the vices to escape duty in the field, the de

and beauty of the communities downHouse when he chose to appear there, sire of the War Department to increase

stream we do not attempt to divine, and the claim was allowed. It is safe to this class of non-combatant officers has

but we submit that that question ought say that he will not be permitted to do much need of justification.

to have been put beyond the bounds of the same thing again in this Congress.

controversy bekore the first dollar was

expended on the present scheme, and It turns out that the Seventy-first New Good citizens all over the country, no that it is unreasonable to expect that

more

arose

or

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