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Annam, The Emperor of, and his Capital. By EDWARD H. PARKER 119

Bexhill-on-Sea, By Dr. N. E. YORKE-DAVIES

269

Birds, On Behalf of. By ROBIN BIRDILOVE . . . . . 217

Bookman's Romance, A. By CHARLES LUSTED ..

347

Brefny, The Tribute from. By NORA HOPPER .

300

Broad-Chested Soul, A. By Tom RUSSELL . .

403

Calcutta, Historical Monuments of. By KATHLEEN BLECHYNDEN 389

Cathedral, In the Shadow of a. By C. WYNN WILLIAMS

Ceramic Art at Derby. By JAMES CASSIDY. ..

Chinese Punishments. By EDWARD H. PARKER . .

Country Reader, A. By ELSA D'ESTERRE-KEELING . .

Country Town, A, in the Seventeenth Century. By A. BALLARD.

Derby, Ceramic Art at. By JAMES CASSIDY

321

Diabolical Falk-Lore, More, relating to definite Locali

R. BRUCE BOSWELL. .

Donna Pietra. By EDMUND G. GARDNER .

256

Double Stars, Spectroscopic. By J. ELLARD GORE, F.R.A.S. . 19

Emperor, The, of Annam and his Capital. By EDWARD H. PARKER 119

English Match Factory, An. By JAMES CASSIDY . .

Europe, The Making of the Map of. By Rev. WRAY W. HUNT, M.A. 429

Fight, A, for Life. By Rev. M. G. WATKINS, M.A. .

252

Freaks, Some Holiday. By JOHN PENDLETON . .

Frederick Lewis of Hanover. By ALISON BUCKLER .

156

Goethe and Weimar. By H. SCHÜTZ WILSON .

Going to School. By E. CARPENTER . .

616

Gretna Green, A Mid-Country. By JOHN HYDE

Historical Monuments of Calcutta. By KATHLEEN BLECHYNDEN 389

In King Chulalongkorn's Dominions. By PERCY CROSS STANDING 544

In Subterranean Caves. By WALTER WOOD

303

In the Shadow of a Cathedral. By C. WYNN WILLIAMS

509

Jourpalistic Responsibility, On. By NEIL WYNN WILL'ANS . 131

Kambula's War-Club. By J. R. WERNER

313

Little Daniel. By J. W. SHERER, C.S.I. . . . . . 209

Lugb. By Lily WOLFFSOHN.
Madness, The, of Mercy Newdigate. By Major MARTIN A. S. HUMEI

Making, The, of the Map of Europe. By Rev. WRAY W. HUNT, M.A. 429

Mary Ellen. By MARY HARTIER . . . . . . . 88

Match Factory, An English. By JAMES CASSIDY . . . . 149

Men on a New South Wales Station. By HUGH HENRY

Mid-Country Gretna Green, A. By JOHN HYDE.

Miss Twinch and her Pigs. By PENLEY REYD

More Diabolical Folk-Lore relating to definite Localities. By

R. BRUCE BOSWELL: .

Notes from the South. By CLARE SOREL STRONG

Odd Story, An. By ARTHUR CHRISTOPHER BENSON, M.A.. . 76

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Annam, The Emperor of, and his Capital. By EDWARD H. PARKER 119 Bexhill-on-Sea. By Dr. N. E. YORKE-DAVIES ..

. . 269 Birds, On Behalf of. By ROBIN BIRDILOVE . . . . . 217 Bookman's Romance, A. By CHARLES LUSTED. Brefny, The Tribute from. By NORA HOPPER . . . . 300 Broad-Chested Soul, A. By TOM RUSSELL

403 Calcutta, Historical Monuments of. By KATHLEEN BLECHYNDEN 389 Cathedral, In the Shadow of a. By C. WYNN WILLIAMS

509 Ceramic Art at Derby. By JAMES CASSIDY . .

321 Chine se Punishments. By EDWARD H. PARKER . .

49 Country Reader, A. By ELSA D'ESTERRE-KEELING .

568 Country Town, A, in the Seventeenth Century. By A. BALLARD Derby, Ceramic Art at. By JAMES CASSIDY . . Diabolical Falk-Lore, More, relating to definite Localities R. BRUCE BOSWELL. .

443 Donna Pietra. By EDMUND G. GARDNER .

256 Double Stars, Spectroscopic. By J. ELLARD GORE, F.R.A.S. 19 Emperor, The, of Annam and his Capital. By EDWARD H. PARKER English Match Factory, An. By JAMES CASSIDY. Europe, The Making of the Map of. By Rev. WRAY W. HUNI T, M.A. Fight, A, for Life. By Rev. M. G. WATKINS, M.A. . Freaks, Some Holiday. By JOHN PENDLETON . . Frederick Lewis of Hanover. By ALISON BUCKLER . Goethe and Weimar. By H. SCHÜTZ WILSON . Going to School. By E. CARPENTER . .

616 Gretna Green, A Mid-Country. By John HYDE . . . 81 Historical Monuments of Calcutta. By KATHLEEN BLECHYNDEN 389 In King Chulalongkorn's Dominions. By PERCY CROSS STANDING 544 In Subterranean Caves. By WALTER WOOD

303 In the Shadow of a Cathedral. By C. WYNN WILLIAMS . . 509 Journalistic Responsibility, On. By NEIL WYNN WILL'AMS .. 131 Kambula's War-Club. By J. R. WERNER . . . . . 313 Little Daniel. By J. W. SHERER, C.S.I. .

209 Lugb. By Lily WOLFFSOHN . . Madness, The, of Mercy Newdigate. By Major MARTIN A. S. HUME Making, The, of the Map of Europe. By Rev. WRAY W. HUNT, M.A. Mary Ellen. By MARY HARTIER . . . .

83
Match Factory, An English. By JAMES CASSIDY . .
Men on a New South Wales Station. By HUGH HENRY . . 493
Mid-Country Gretna Green, A. By JOHN HYDE . . . .
Miss Twinch and her Pigs.' By PENLEY REYD .
More Diabolical Folk-Lore relating to definite Localities. By

R. BRUCE BOSWELL : .
Notes from the South. By CLARE SOREL STRONG .
Odd Story, An. By ARTHUR CHRISTOPHER BENSON, M.A.. .

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PAGE On Behalf of Birds. By ROBIX BIRDILOVE . .

217 Out with the Old Pilgrims. By W. CONNOR SYDNEY, M.A.

479 Parisian Séance, A: Woman Insurgent. By A. MACIVOR

461 Pater, Walter. By Rev. STANLEY ADDLESHAW . Penalised. By BERNARD PARES . . Pickwickiana. By PERCY FITZGERALD, M.A. . Pietra, Donna By EDMUND G. GARDNER . . Punishments, Chinese. By EDWARD H. PARKER.

49 Richard Wagner. By R. JAYWARD LEONARD .

64 Round Pevensey Marsh. By THOMAS H. B. GRAHAM. . 359 Sainte-Beuve. By C. E. MEETKERKE. Separate Creation. By W. T. FREEMAX, F.R.C.S. Separation, An Unjudicial. By KATHARINE SILVESTER Seventeenth Century, A Country Town in the By A. BALLARD Side Lights on Chinese Religious Ideas. By E. H. PARKER . Sir Cloudesley Shovel By W. A. Fox. . . Smuggling in Sussex. By ARTHUR BECKETT . . Some Holiday Freaks. By JOHN PENDLETON . . . South, Notes from the. By CLARE SOREL STRONG Spectroscopic Double Stars. By J. ELLARD GORE, F.R.A.S.

19 St. Mary Redcliffe. By ELIZABETH HODGES

. 469 Subterranean Caves, In. By W'ALTER WOOD

303 Table Talk. By SYLVANUS URBAN :The Society for the Protection of Birds—The Bird of Paradise

-Efforts for the Protection of our Home Birds--Legislation

the Only Remedy . . .
“Miserere ” Carvings—Attempt to Preserve Them-Subjects

of Miserere Carvings-Systematic Destruction of Greenery

-Education, not Legislation, the Remedy
A Calendar of the Inner Temple Records—The Hoosier Poet
-Mr. Riley's Verse and Prose . .

. . 310 “Eighteenth-Century Vignettes ”_ What is a “ Vignette”?-

Inner Temple Muniments—The Bacon - Shakespeare
“ Craze”_Was Shakespeare a Swindler?_The Immorality

of the Tudor Epoch--Did Bacon Write Milton ? . : 412 A Tale to be told to the Marines-Refutation of the Story-An

American Appeal to Women-Destruction of the White
Crane-Who is responsible for the Slaughter of Birds ?-

Disappearance of Flowers_Wanton Destruction of Beauty 516
A Yorkshire Naturalist-Legislation for Birds-Are English.

men Book-Lovers ?—The Libraries of To-day-A Half.

dethroned Idol . . Tribute, The, from Brefny. By NORA HOPPER .

300 Unjudicial Separation, An. By KATHARINE SILVESTER . . 105 Venus and Adonis. By THOMAS H. B. GRAHAM.

500 Victims of Circumstances. By DONALD N. REID . . Village Clubs and Mediæval Gilds. By H. C. T. . . Vincti sed non Victi. By C. SOREL STRONG.

521 Wagner, Richard. By R. MAYNARD LEONARD .

64 Walter Pater. By Rev. STANLEY ADDLESHAW Water-clocks, B.C. and A.D. By G. CLARKE NUTTALL, B.Sc. Wine in its Relation to Health. By Dr. N. E. YORKE-DAVIES Wingless Seagull, The. By ISA J. POSTGATE . . . . 203 Woman Insurgent: a Parisian Séance. By A. MacIVOR

. . 461 Women as Book-lovers. By Rev. P. H, DITCHFIELD, M.A. . 35, 160

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THE

GENTLEMAN'S MAGAZINE.

JANUARY 1897.

THE MADNESS OF MERCY

NEWDIGATE.

By MAJOR MARTIN A. S. HUME.

(ERCY NEWDIGATE! The name that once was mine

sounds strangely familiar to me still, though many long years have passed since I bore it.

As I draw nearer to the grave under the cypress in the convent garden below my cell-window, all my later life for the last thirty years here in tawny Spain grows dim and shadowy, whilst ever clearer before me rise the thoughts and memories of my old home in leafy England, the ruddy English faces, the soft English voices, and the kindly English speech, which I have never forgotten through all my trouble. And when I die, as I soon must, I would fain that my poor storm-tossed soul might first speed back to my own kin whom I have so bitterly wronged, and seek for God's pardon amidst the gentle scenes my earthly eyes may look upon no more.

For I am an old and broken woman who has suffered much and sinned sorely, though my great transgression must have been madness, for my crime was too black for any creature unpossessed by a devil to have committed.

But I know that there can be no pardon for me on earth, because my sin has been exalted into a virtue, and devout people come from far and near to gaze upon me as a saint, whilst I, vain coward and hypocrite that I am, when the faithful crave my blessing and kiss the bem of my garment, sit with sanctimonious face, whilst revolt rages

VOL. CCLXXXII, NO, 1993.

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