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Father Andrei ; The Story of a Russian

Vol. Page
Priest.........

.........Robert Gordon Butler.......... 366
Feathers of Lost Birds......... ..........Point of View.............. viii. 132
Federation of Australia, The..............The Hon. Alfred Deakin, M.P. .1. 549

Of Victoria ; one of the Delegates

to the National Australian Con-

vention.
Festival Play. (See “Rothenberg.”)
Ficklen, Bessie A., Dream-Poetry.......

.....ix. 636
Fiction as a Literary Form..... ......... Hamilton Wright Mabie ......V. 620

(See also “Realism ” and “Some Gentlemen in.")
Field Athletics. (See “ Amateur.")
Field, Henry M. :
Gibraltar*. ......

.....iii. 446
Kabylia, In Grand * . ......

rana "............................................11. 573
Fields, Mrs. James T. (Annie Fields) :
Bride of a Year, A, Poem

...... ii. 320
Corban-A Song, Poem...

.x. 61
Ephemeron, Poem ....

iii. 160
“I Am the Beginning and the End,” Poem.

.....vi. 614
Not Strand but Sea, Poem ...

.V. 635
Poet's House, The, Poem ....

.....iv. 593
Preparation, Poem ................

....... 744
Revisiting a Green Nook, Poem ...

.... viii. 472
Shelf of Old Books, A *_I., II..

.iii. 285; v. 453
Song and Sorrow, Poem ...

............... 170
Winter Lilacs, Poem .................

............... 711
Finance. (See “Municipal.”)
Finck, Henry T., Beauty of Spanish Women, The* ....... ....vii. 87
Fine Arts. (See “Paris School of ” and “ Art.”)
Fire Apparatus, Modern...... ........John R. Spears ........ .....ix. 54

Illustrated by M. J. Burns, Hughson Hawley,

Gaspard Latoix, C. Broughton, and F. Day.
First Aid to the Injured. (See “New Field of Honor.")
First Harvests, Chaps. I.-XXXIX..........F. J. Stimson..iii. 20, 151, 362, 490,

618, 717 ; iv. 104, 206, 350, 455, 594
First Loves.........
..........Point of View.......

.... vii. 262
Fisher, George P., Ethics of Controversy, The ..
Fishing. See

Haunts of the Black Sea-Bass *. ....... Charles Frederick Holder....... 95
Land of the Winanishe *........... 3J. G. Aylwin Creighton

SLeroy M. Yale and I

.... V. 515

"*
Nepigon River Fishing *.... ........A. R. Macdonough .......... vi. 271
Salmon Angling on the Restigouche *..

.....iii. 577
Striped Bass Fishing * ..... ..........A. Foster Higgins ...........V. 671
Tarpon Fishing in Florida * .......... Robert Grant...............vi. 154

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........ iii. 588

. ii. 184

Fitting-School in American Education, The

Vol. Page
Place of the .......................

........ George Trumbull Ladd ......vi. 298

Professor in Yale College.
5.59, Poem ..........

........ Charles F. Lummis ........ viii. 513
Flandroe’s Mogul ....................... A. C. Gordon .............. ii. 361
Fleming, Maybury, Poems by:
New Year, The .....

.......... 119
Of Love and Death .......
Song of Life, A.......
Song of Pleasure, A .......

................

.v. 151
Upon a Winter Morning.....

iii. 250
Flight of Joy, The, Poem.................Henry Shelton Sanford, Jr ...iv. 618
Florence. (See “Romola.”)
Folk-Lore, Magic Flight in ................H. E. Warner. ............... 762

(See also “ Mexican.”)
Foot-Note to a Famous Lyric, A, Poem..... Louise Imogen Guiney ....... V. 423
For an Old Poet, Poem. ..................H. C. Bunner................. 691
For Remembrance, Poem .................Duncan Campbell Scott.......X. 336
Forests of North America.................N. S. Shaler.................. 561

With illustrations drawn by J. F. Murphy, H.

Bolton Jones, E. J. Meeker, C. E. Robinson,
Eldon Dean, and J. D. Woodward, from
photographs and drawings furnished by the

author.
Forgotten Remnant, A.................... Kirk Munroe...............vii. 303

Illustrations by Kenyon Cox, J. D. Woodward,
and V. Pérard, and from photographs by T.

A. Hine and R. Munroe.

(See also “ Dakota Outbreak.”)
Form and Substance..

. ix. 395
Forney, M. N., Locomotives and Cars, American *.......... ....... .iv. 174
Fortune, Poem.......................... Elyot Weld ................... 437
Fragment of a Play, A.................... Mary Tappan Wright....... ix. 605
Fragment from Plato, A, Poem............ Kate Stephens ...............V. 619
Franco-Prussian War: See

Gravelotte to Sedan, From *. ......... General P. H. Sheridan. ... ..iv. 515
Siege and Commune of Paris, The Rem-
iniscences of* ...................E. B. Washburne...i. 3, 161, 289, 447

Ex-Minister to France.
Fray Bento's Bell. ....................... Charles Paul Mackie. . . . . . . viii. 485
Frederic, Harold :
In the Valley * .....................V1. 284, 436, 57

......... vi. 284, 436, 573, 663 ; vii. 73, 221,

318, 497, 587, 757; viii. 81.
Painter of Beautiful Dreams, A*.........

................. 712
Seth's Brother's Wife.................. 22, 184, 308, 479, 615, 731 ; ii. 97,

185, 283, 404, 532
Freedom, Poem ..

.... Elyot Weld.. ........ii. 473
Vol. Page Freight-Car Service.....

......... Theodore Voorhees ..........v. 568 Illustrations by Herbert Denman, H. C. Ed

wards, H. D. Nichols, V. Pérard, W. C. Fit

ler, and others.

(See also “ Railway Articles.") Freight Steamships, Ocean. (See “ Ocean Steamship Articles.") French as Artists, The....................Point of View..............vii. 131 French Empire, Downfall of. (“See Siege and Commune of Paris” and

“Gravelotte to Sedan.”) French, Frank, Day with a Country Doctor, A * ........

......viii. 557 French Traits :

I. The Social Instinct............... W. C. Brownell. .............. ii. 106
II. Sense and Sentiment.

.ii. 436 II. Intelligence ......

iii. 94 IV. Manners..........

iv. 619 V. Women..............

......V. 74 VI. The Art Instinct........

.V. 241 French View of American College Athletics, A.

.. viii. 525 Fresh-Air Fund, The Story of the ......... Willard Parsons...... ........ ix. 515

(See also “ Charity.”) Fresh-Water Romance, A ................. George A. Hibbard...........X. 774 Friendlessness, Poem ......................H. P. Kimball.............. vi. 115 From Four to Six, A Comedietta in One Act, Annie Eliot................ vi. 121

Illustration by C. D. Gibson. From the Hungarian, Poem...............Duncan Campbell Scott....... ix. 562 From the Japanese, Poem................. Richard Henry Stoddard.... viii. 757 Fugitives, Poem ......................... Graham R. Tomson ......... viii. 656 Fuji: The Sacred Mountain, Poem ......... Percival Lowell.............iv. 365

With an illustration from a painting by J. H.

Twachtman. Fulfilment, Poem.....

........ Graham R. Tomson............ 761

GALLEGHER—A Newspaper Story ..........Richard Harding Davis...... viii. 156

Illustrated by C. D. Gibson. Garrison, Lloyd McKim, Montauk Point-July, December, Poem *....... Gates, Ellen M. H., Through a Glass Darkly, Poem *. ................... Genius and Ethics. ...................... Point of View..............vii. 792 Gentlemen........

.......... Robert Louis Stevenson....... iii. 635 (See also “Some Gentlemen in Fiction.”) German Rome, A...

......... W. B. Scott .................V. 286 With drawings by J. D. Woodward, H. B.

Warren, A. F. Leicht, and H. Hawley.

09.)

..................11. 0

1, 10

German Sketches. See

Vol. Page
By the Dl.........
........Bliss Perry........

........ ix. 759
Czar's Diamond, The......... ....... “ “ .................ix. 753
The Phenix.

....... “ “ .................ix. 454
Gettysburg—A Battle Ode....., ....... George Parsons Lathrop..... iv. 101

Passages from the poem read before the Soci-

ety of the Army of the Potomac, at Gettys-
burg, on the twenty-fifth anniversary of the
battle, July 3, 1888. With a head-piece

from a battle-sketch by W. H. Shelton.
Gibraltar...........

................ Henry M. Field............iii. 446
With a frontispiece-“ A Street in Gibraltar,"

from a drawing by F. C. Jones, and with
illustrations by J. D. Woodward, Harry
Fenn, R. Eichelberger, Harold Warren, and

E. J. Meeker.
Gibson, W. Hamilton :
Bird Cradles *. ......

...... viii. 41
Night Witchery *.

........... vi. 305
Girl's Life Eighty Years Ago, A. Selections from the Letters of Eliza
Southgate Bowne. In two parts.......

........ ii. 67, 169
With portraits, contemporary prints, and oth-

er illustrations.
Glaciers. (See “Mount St. Elias ” and “Where the Ice Never Melts.”)
Glimpses at the Diaries of Gouverneur Morris. (See “ Morris.")
Glimpses of Napoleon in 1804 ............ Clarence Deming ........... vii. 620
Godkin, E. L., Rights of the Citizen—To His Own Reputation.........viii. 58
God's Comforter, Poem..................S. Decatur Smith, Jr........ ii. 742
Goethe's House at Weimar................ Oscar Browning ............. vi. 615

Illustrations from photographs, and from

drawings by Harry Fenn.
Going, Charles B., Poems by :
In Glad Weather........

....... viii. 112
Where She Comes..........

...... viii. 357
Good-Nature and the Ideal................Point of View.... ......... viii. 394
Gordon, A. C., Flandroe’s Mogul..

. ii. 361
Gordon, Archibald, Dunchurch Bells, Poem........... ............. 225
Gould, John H.:
Ocean Passenger Travel *. .......

...... ix. 399
Ocean Steamship as a Freight-Carrier, The* ....... .......

594
Government and the Citizen.............. Point of View.............
Governor, The...

With illustrations by Mr. Hibbard.
Grand Cañon. (See “Cañon of the Colorado.”)
Grant, Robert :

Eye for an Eye, An...............
Tarpon Fishing in Florida *.....

..........vi. 154

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......X. 241

Vol. Page Gravelotte to Sedan, From................ General Philip H. Sheridan...iv. 515

With a frontispiece, “ General Philip H.

Sheridan,” from the last portrait taken ;
and illustrations after the paintings by
Franz Adam, Steffeck, Camphausen, and
Hunten, and from drawings by Zogbaum

and Pennington.
(See also “Franco-Prussian War.")
Gray, Bessie, Morning in Venice, Poem..............................

......... ii. 600 Great King's Dream, The, Poem .... Great Patience, A....................... Edward Irenæus Stevenson....ii. 87 Great Pyramid. (See “Pyramid.") Great Streets of the World. See Boulevards of Paris *

Francisque Sarcey .......... ix. 663 Broadway* .....

.Richard Harding Davis......ix. 585 Corso of Rome, The *. ........W. W. Story ................X. 399

Piccadilly * ......................... Andrew Lang...............X. 135 Greater World, The, Poem ...... ........ Rose Hawthorne Lathrop ...... 536 Greece, Life and Travel in Modern ........ Thomas D. Seymour ........iv. 46

Illustrated from original drawings by F. D.
Millet, and from photographs furnished by

the author. Greek Portraits, Some ................... Thomas Sergeant Perry ......V. 219

Illustrations from photographs of the collection
of Græco-Egyptian portraits recently discov.

ered near Fayoum, Egypt. Greek Vase. (See “ Vase.”) Greeks, The Modern ....... ........ Thomas D. Seymour ........ iv. 366

With illustrations from drawings by F. D.

Millet and Kenyon Cox, and from a painting

by E. H. Blashfield. Greely, A. W., General:

Where Shall We Spend Our Summer * ......
Where Shall We Spend Our Winter * .

.....iv. 602 Greene, F. V., Capt. U. S. Engineers. Defenceless Coasts, Our *........... 51 Griefs, Poem ............................ Chari

........... Charles Edwin Markham .....vi. 62 Griffis, William Elliot : Japanese Art, Artists, and Artisans *......

.......... iii. 108 Japanese Art Symbols * ........

...............v. 88 Grizzly Bears. (See “ Camping and Hunting in the Shoshone.”) Guatemala. (See “ Uncommercial Republic.") Guiney, Louise Imogen, Poems by: Bankrupt ...........

. . ii. 331 Foot-Note to a Famous Lyric, A .....

... v. 423 Nocturne ........

.. vi. 175 Peter Rugg the Bostonian * ...

.x. 737 Tarpeia *. ...................

. ii. 666 To the Dewy Wind-Flower....

......... ix. 636 Vergniaud in the Tumbril .....

ix. 774

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