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HADLEY, ARTHUR T., Railroad in Its Business Relations, The*............iv. 473
Half a Curse ............................ Octave Thanet ................ 151
Half-White, The......................... Mrs. Robert Louis Stevenson..ix. 282
Hall, Clayton C., Municipal Finance .................................iii. 33
Hall, G. Stanley, Sand-Pile, The Story of a..

. ii. 690
Hall, J. N., M.D., Wounded Animals, The Actions of..... ........... 457
Hamerton, Philip Gilbert, Past, Present, and Future...

... v. 762
Handicraft. (See “Revival of.")
Happiness. Poem ...................... Edith Wharton .............vi. 715
Happy Accident, A ...... ............. Sophie Radford de Meissner . . ii. 461
" With illustrations by W. L. Taylor.
Hardy, Arthur Sherburne. Poems by:
A Truce .....................

......... ix. 31
My Friend....

...... ix. 305
Harris, Joel Chandler, Aunt Fountain's Prisoner.......... ......... 280
Harrison, Birge, Kangaroo Hunt, A *

ix. 419
Harte, Bret, Drift from Redwood Camp, A *..........

. ii. 651
Hatteras and Henlopen. (See “Sand-Waves at.")
Haunted Room, A, Poem..................John Hay ....... ........ vi. 255
Haunts of the Black Sea-Bass, The ......... Charles Frederick Holder....... 95

Illustrations by M. J. Burns.

(See also“ Fishing.")
Haunts of the Halcyon, The, Poem ......... Charles Henry Lüders ....... ii. 617
Hawthorne, Julian, Song from “ Ayuna,” Poem.....
Hay, John, Poems by :
Distichs, From Here and There.......

........ vii. 631
Haunted Room, A.

.......vii. 255
Two on the Terrace...

........ 51
Hayes, A. A., Ranch of the Holy Cross, At the * ......

.........X. 214
Hayti. (See “Training a Tropic Torrent.")
Heard, John, Jr., Charge for France, A*....

........X. 697
Hereafter, Poem ............ ............. Graham R. Tomson ..........v. 305
Heligoland. (See “Crown Jewel, A.”)
Henry, Philip (John Elliott Curran), Jemimy Bascom ................... ii. 54
Herrick, Robert, in a Copy of his Lyrical

Poems .............................Austin Dobson ................ 66
Hibbard, George A. :
“As the Sparks Fly Upward”..........

...... viii. 721
Deedless Drama, A

........ vii. 378
End of the Beginning, The *.....

jü. 82
Fresh-Water Romance, A......

774
Governor, The * ...,
Matter of Fact, A...........

.X. 23

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Vol. Page Hidden Self, The....... .......... William James....... vii. 361 Higgins, A. Foster, Striped-Bass Fishing *. ......

............ .....V. 671 Higginson, Thomas Wentworth, Poems by : Jar of Rose-Leaves, A .....

iv. 278 Snowing of the Pines, The .. Vestis Angelica ....

.....v. 277 Hildreth, Charles Lotin, Poems by : Burden of Time, The

..... ii. 159 Owl, The............

. ii. 119 Hill, Adam Sherman :

English in Newspapers and Novels .............................. ii. 371 English in Our Colleges ..............

............................. 507 Hill Path, The, Poem .. ........ Duncan Campbell Scott ...... iii. 532 History Writing ........... ..........Point of View...............x. 393 Hitchcock, George: Botticello, Sandro *. .....

iv. 711 Picturesque Quality of Holland, The. I. Landscapes * .......

. ii. 160 II. Interiors and Bric-a-Brac *. .....

.....v. 162 III. Figures and Costumes *. ....

....... 621 Holden, Edward S., Balzac, A New Light on.....

.....iii. 76 Holder, Charles Frederick, Haunts of the Black Sea Bass, The *. .........X. 95 Holland, The Picturesque Quality of ........ George Hitchcock.

With illustrations by the author.
I. Landscapes ......

..... ii. 160 II. Interiors and Bric-a-Brac..............

.....v. 162 III. Figures and Costumes.........

..X. 621 Homes in City, Suburbs, and Country. See

Building and Loan Associations....... W. A. Linn... ..... ...., V. 700 City House in the East and South * . ... Russell Sturgis........ ....vii. 693 City House in the West *.............John W. Root ........ ... viii. 416 Co-operative Home Winning *......... W. A. Linn ......... ....vii. 569 Country House *. ...................Donald G. Mitchell....... ... viii. 313

Suburban House, The* ...... ......... Bruce Price.......... ...viii. 3 Hope's Song. Poem..................... Elsie Kendall................ V. 403 Horace, Select Odes of : Book I., Ode IV.—To Sestius...

.... vii. 399 [Archdeacon Wrangham's Translation, 1821.]

With Frontispiece—“Now chaplets Bind,"

by J. R. Weguelin. Book I., Ode XXI.-In Honor of Diana and Apollo...............:

.... ix. 431 [Dr. Philip Francis's Translation.) The illus

tration by J. R. Weguelin. Book III., Ode IX.- The Lovers' Quarrel........

... viii. 415 With frontispiece-" The Lovers' Quarrel,” by

J. R. Weguelin. (Mr. Gladstone's Transla-
tion—Reprinted by permission.]

Horace, Select Odes of (continued) :
Book III., Ode XIII.—To the Fount

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Bandusia ....................

viii. 19
[Austin Dobson's Translation in rondeau form.

-Reprinted by permission. With frontis-
piece—“O Babbling Spring," by J. R.

Weguelin.
Book III., Ode XVIII.—To Faunus.........

........X. 22
[Henry Herbert's Translation.] Reprinted with

Mr. Weguelin's drawing (frontispiece).
Book III., Ode XXIX.—To Mæcenas.

The Translation by.............. Helen Leah Reed........... viii. 683
This version won, in 1890, the Sargent Prize,

offered annually to the students of Harvard

University
Book IV., Ode VII.–Paraphrase of, To
Torquatus...........

.......Donald G. Mitchell.......... ix. 350
Hospital Life............................A. B. Ward ..... .......üi. 697

With illustrations from drawings by J. Alden

Weir, W. L. Taylor, Francis Jones, Charles

Broughton, and Francis Day.

(See also “Invalid's World” and “Medical.”)
House, E. H. :

Ise, Transfer of the Temples of* ....
Sacred Flame of Torin Ji, The *..

.......ii. 332, 420
House of Tembinoka, The, Poem........... Robert Louis Stevenson.....viii. 95

Illustrations drawn from Mr. Stevenson's pho-

tographs.
Householder, The. (See “Rights of the Citizen.")
Hovey, Richard, Beethoven's Third Symphony, Poem....................v. 112
How Stanley Wrote His Book............. Edward Marston........... viii. 210

Illustrations from drawing made at Cairo by

Joseph Bell and by Lucien Davis.
(See also “Africa.")

.......ix. 569

How the Derby was Won................. Harrison Robertson.......... Vi. 24

Illustrations by Frederic Remington.

How the Other Half Lives-Studies among

the Tenements....................Jacob A. Riis..... ....... vi. 643
Illustrations from drawings (after the author's
instantaneous photographs) by Kenyon Cox,
0. H. Bacher, V. Pérard, Clifton Johnson,

Francis Day, W. C. Fitler, and H. W. Hall.

(See also “Charity.”)
Howe, George, M.D., The Last Slave Ship...

.. viii. 113
Hughes, W. S., Lieutenant U.S.N. :
Electricity in Naval Warfare *..

........... vi. 415
Torpedoes, Modern Aggressive *. ........

........i. 427
Hungarian Castles. (See “Through Three Civilizations.")
Hunt, Leigh. (See “ Shelf of Old Books.")
Hunt, Ridgely, Lieutenant U.S.N., Steamship Lines of the World * .......X. 267

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Hunting. See

Vol. Page American Big Game *....... ....... Archibald Rogers.......

...X. 443 Camping and Hunting in the Sho- . shone*

...W. S. Rainsford ............. ii. 292 Izard Hunting *. ......

.Paul van Dyke..............X. . 53 Photographing the Big Horn *........ Frederick H. Chapin .........V. 215

Wounded Animals...................J. N. Hall, M.D.............X. 457 Hypnotism. (See “ Hidden Self.")

“I AM THE BEGINNING AND THE END,” Poem... Mrs. James T. Fields........ vi. 614 Ibsen, Henrik........................... George Rice Carpenter....... V. 404

With portrait. Iceland. (See “Summer In.”) I. D., To Carmine, Poem ............................................1x. 64 Idaho. (See “Archäological Discovery.”) Illusions, Poem ........

.. Mary Bradley ................. V. 759 Imagination and Livelihood............... Point of View................. 525 Immortal Word, The, Poem ................ Helen Gray Cone ...........iv. 205 Impressionism .......... ..... ......... Point of View.............. ix. 657 In Absence, Poem....

....... Archibald Lampman.........X. 194 In Bohemia, Poem ....... ....... Louise Chandler Moulton.....v. 123 In Broceliande, Poem ......

..........viii. 643 In Camp, Poem ............ .......... Charles F. Lummis......... ix. 738 In Early Spring, Poem ....... ....... Edith M. Thomas............ ix. 281 In Glad Weather, Poem.... ........ Charles B. Going........... viii. 112 In Her Garden, Poem .......... ........ Susan Coolidge.............. ii. 602 In November, Poem .....................Duncan Campbell Scott .......X. 562 In One's Age to One's Youth, Poem........ Edith M. Thomas .............X. 462 In the Valley—I.-XXXVII. ...

... Harold Frederic....vi. 284, 436, 573,

663; vii. 73, 221, 318, 497, 587, 757 ; viii. 81 Illustrations by Howard Pyle. In the Village of Viger ....... ......... Duncan Campbell Scott ....... ii. 493

(See also “ Wooing of Monsieur Cuerrier.") Indian Problem. (See “ Dakota Outbreak” and “Forgotten Remnant.") Ineligibilities of the Rich.................Point of View............. viii. 526 Insciens, Poem ..........................W. G. van Tassel Sutphen....vii. 317 Instability of the Atmosphere. (See “ Atmosphere.") Instinct, What is an ..................... William James.......

....i. 355 Intellectual Work. (See “Economy in.”) Intelligence. (See “French Traits.") Interlude, An, Poem .....................R. Armytage.......

..... 332

Invalid's World, The–The Doctor, The

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Nurse, The Visitor..... ...........A. B. Ward ................. 58
Illustrated from drawings by Herbert Denman,
Albert E. Sterner, W. J. Baer, and Charles

Broughton.

(See also “Hospital Life” and “Medical.")
Investigation of Crime, The ..............Point of View.............. ix. 527
Irish Wild-Flower, An, Poem ............. Sarah M. B. Piatt............. 593
Irresponsible Trading......................Point of View................. 129
Ise, The Transfer of the Temples of........E. H. House ................ix. 569

Illustrations by W. A. Coffin and Japanese

artists.
Islander, An............................ Margaret Crosby .............. 628
Italian Opera. (See “Wagnerianism.")
Ivory and Gold, Poem.................... Charles Henry Lüders......... 160
Ivory, The Tale of a Tusk of............... Herbert Ward.............viii. 531

Illustrations by Frederick Villiers.

(See also “ Africa.”)
Izard Hunting in the Spanish Pyrenees.....Paul van Dyke..............X. 53

Illustrations by Kenyon Cox.
(See also “Hunting.")

JACASSY, A. F.:
Castrogiovanni *. ..........

.......v. 714
Neapolitan Art. I. Morelli *.....

........ viii. 735
“ II. Michetti *...

.....ix. 228
Tripoli of Barbary * . ..........

.........vii. 37
Jacob's Faults .......................... Francis Doveridge...........vi. 502
James, Henry :
Animated Conversation, An........

......... 371
London Life, A...

......... iii. 671 ; iv. 64, 238, 319
James, Thomas L., Ex-Postmaster General, Railway Mail-Service, The *...V. 259
James, William :
Hidden Self, The ...........

..........vii. 361
Instinct? What is an.......

.......... 355

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What the Will Effects.........

........iii. 240
Janvier, Thomas A. :
Mexican Superstitions and Folk-Lore .........

........v. 349
Mexico, In .......

......... 67
Town of the Holy Children, The.....

..........iii. 434
Japan. See

Ise, Transfer of the Temple of* .......E. H. House..... ........ix. 569
Japanese Art Symbols ........ ........ William Elliot Griffis ........V. 88
Illustrated from drawings specially prepared
for the Magazine by Nankoku Ozawa, of

Tokio, Japan.
Japanese Art, Artists, and Artisans. ... William Elliot Griffis ........ iii. 108
With Illustrations from drawings by a Jap-

anese artist.

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