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Japan (continued). See
Japonica........

......... Sir Edwin Arnold.
Illustrations by Robert Blum.

· Vol. Page First Paper-Japan, the Country........

........viü. 663 Second Paper-Japanese People................... ........ix. 17 Third Paper–Japanese People (continued).......... ........ ix. 165

Fourth Paper-Japanese Ways and Thoughts.................. ix. 321 Parliamentary Days, In *. ............John H. Wigmore ............. 243

Starting a Parliament, In * ...........John H. Wigmore............. 33 Jar of Rose-Leaves, A, Poem .............. Thomas Wentworth Higginson .iv. 278 J. S. of Dale (F. J. Stimson), Residuary Legatee : or, The Posthumous Jest of the Late John Austin... ...

............ 143, 348, 438, 544 Javan Hackett's Ill-Mended Fortunes.......Edwin C. Martin........... vii. 456 Jeanne. In Two Parts...................John Elliott Curran...... V. 477, 553 Jemimy Bascom..........................John Elliott Curran..........ii. 54

(Philip Henry.) Jephson, A. J. Mounteney :

Our March with a Starving Column *............................. ix. 267

Relief of Captain Nelson, The* .................................. ix. 500 Jerry-In Three Parts..

. Sarah Barnwell Elliott..vii. 715 ; viii.

20, 184, 284, 437, 569, 774; ix. 65, 242, 306, 489, 576 Jessop, George H.: Emergency Men, The *.....

....v. 201 Lalor Abboo Singh.

..iii. 745 Jewett, Sarah Orne: Fair Day. .... .............

...iv. 199 Law Lane*..

.... ii. 725 Little Captive Maid, A*.....

.... x. 743 Luck of the Bogans, The*..

.... V. 100 Miss Peck's Promotion ......

..... 717 New Methuselah, The .......

............ vii. 514 Jones, Mary Cadwalader--Training of a Nurse, The........ ........ viii. 613 Journalism. (See “Newspaper.")

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KABYLIA, IN GRAND ....................... Henry M. Field............. ii. 573

With a frontispiece—“Gorge in the Mountains

of Northern Algeria," and with illustrations

from photographs furnished by the author. (See also “ Africa.”) Kangaroo Hunt, A..

......... Birge Harrison ........ ....ix. 419 Illustrations from paintings by the author.

(See also “ Australia.”) Kelley, J. D. Jerrold, Lt. U.S.N., Ocean Steamship, The Ship’s Company * . .ix. 531 Keltie, J. Scott, About Africa *. ........

........ix. 177 Kendall, Elsie, Hope's Song, Poem ..

............ V. 403 Kenilworth. (See “ Amy Robsart.”) Kennelly, A. E., Electricity in the Household *.......

........ vii. 102

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Vol. Page Kerr, Mark Brickell, Mount St. Elias and Its Glaciers * ................ix. 361 Kimball, H. P., Friendlessness, Poem....

... vi. 115 Kimball, W. W., U.S.N., Small Arms of European Armies, The* . ........ vi. 363 King Solomon's Dream, Poem............. Graham R. Tomson.......... ii. 753 Kobbé, Gustav: Campaign Medals, Presidential * . ......

....... iv. 332 Opera-House, Behind the Scenes of an *. ...

.....iv. 435

......V. 442

LADD, GEORGE TRUMBULL:
Development of the American University.......

......... ii. 346
Fitting-School in American Education, The Place of...............vi. 298
Lady Hannah, The-A Ballad of Captain
Kidd ..............................James NET VETU.

..........James Herbert Morse....... viii. 772 Lake Country of New England, The....... Newman Smyth............ viii. 493

Illustrated by J. D. Woodward and M. J.

Burns.
Lake in the Desert, The New.............J. W. Powell.....

..............X. 463

Director of U. S. Geological Survey. Lalor Abboo Singh....... ........ George H. Jessop...........ïïi. 745 Lamb, Charles, In the Footprints of-I.-I. Benjamin Ellis Martin.. vii. 267, 471

With frontispiece-" Charles Lamb' from an

engraving by W. G. Jackman, and with il-
lustrations by Herbert Railton and John

Fulleylove.
Lampman, Archibald, Poems by:

April Night ......
Dead Cities

vii. 624 Despondency

iii. 732 Drought..

vi. 362 Evening * .....

vi. 692 In Absence

......... 194 Life and Nature..

..... viii. 556 Loons, The

............. ii. 291 Midsummer Night..

.........iv. 173 Moon-Path, The

vii. 219 Night ....

....... ix. 515 Old Lesson from the Fields, An..........

......... ii. 627 To the Cricket.......

............ viii. 80 Voices of Earth, The...

417 Winter Evening*.............. ...............................iv. 748 Land of Poco Tiempo, The ............... Charles F. Lummis ............ 760

Illustrations after photographs. Land of the Winanishe, The .......

Leroy Milton Yale and

J. G. Aylwin Creighton Ċ .....V. 515
With frontispiece — “The Carcajou Pool,',

drawn by M. J. Burns, and illustrations
from sketches and drawings by L. M. Yale,

L. R. O'Brien, and M. J. Burns.
(See also “ Fishing.”).

Vol. Page Landor Once More ........ ..........W. B. Shubrick Clymer .....,x. 123 Landscape Gardening. (See “Ponds and Lakes, The Ornamentation of.") Lang, Andrew : Adventures Among Books, I., II......

........ 337, 651 American Antiquities, * Poem .

....iii. 93 Aspiration, An, Poem...

.... vi. 572 Ballade of the Penitents, Poem .......

...... 354 Dialogue, A, Poem ..

... Vüi. 155 Dumas, Alexandre*. .

.... vi. 259 Molière * ...................................

....ix. 725 Piccadilly * . .......

.....x. 135 To Rhodocleia, On Her Melancholy Singing, Poem .......... ..... ii. 562 To the Cricket, Poem ..........

.... viii. 80 Lantern-Bearers, The

.....Robert Louis Stevenson......iii. 251 Larned, Augusta, Self, Poem ......

.....v. 761 Larned, Walter Cranston, Millet and Recent Criticism ................ viii. 390 Last Furrow, The, Poem ........ ........ Charles Edwin Markham ......i. 198 Last Giustiniani, The, Poem.............. Edith Wharton.............vi. 405 Last of the Ghosts, The ..................Barrett Wendell ............iii. 227

With illustrations by W. P. Bodfish and others.
Lathrop, George Parsons :
Gettysburg—A Battle Ode * ....

.iv. 101 New Poverty, The

.vi. 223 Star to Its Light, The, Poem....

iii. 488 Lathrop, Rose Hawthorne, Greater World, The, Poem.......... .....v. 536 Law and Privacy ........................Point of View ......... Law and the Ballot, The .................Joseph B. Bishop ...........iii. 194 Law Lane .......

... Sarah Orne Jewett .......... With eight illustrations by William L. Taylor. Lawn Tennis, Form In.....

. . James Dwight, M.D. ........ vi. 131 Illustrations by M. L. Burns, J. D. Woodward, V. Pérard, E. W. Deming, and H.

W. Hall.

(See also “ Court Tennis.") Lazarus, Josephine, Bashkirtseff, Marie..................

....vi. 633 Leahy, William A., Evening Fantasy, An, Poem.................... ....iii. 744 Legislation and the Quack................Point of View.............. ix. 790 Le Grenier-An American Version, Poem .. Robertson Trowbridge........ ii. 370 Letter to a Young Gentleman Who Proposes

to Embrace the Career of Art. ... ... Robert Louis Stevenson ...... iv. 377

A Letter to the Same Young Gentleman. Will H. Low ...............iv. 381 Letters of Eliza Southgate Bowne. (See “Girl's Life.") Levison, Wallace Gould, Photographs of Luminous Objects * ............ix. 765

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Vol. Page Life Among the Congo Savages ........... Herbert Ward .............vii. 135

With illustrations from drawings and photo

graphs by the author, and by V. Pérard and
J. Reicht.

(See also “Africa.”)
Life and Nature, Poem........ ........ Archibald Lampman ....... viii. 556
Life Discrowned, Poem ..................E. Cavazza................. ii. 121
Linn, W. A. :
Building and Loan Associations.......

........ 700
Co-operative Home Winning—Some Practical Results of Building and
Loan Associations *......

........ vii. 569 Lion of the Nile—A Mystery of Championship, Poem..................iv. 707

Illustrated by Elihu Vedder.
Literary Madrid, A Day in................ William Henry Bishop...... vii. 187

With three portraits.
Literature and Christmas ................. Point of View............. viii. 789
Little Captive Maid, A... ........ Sarah Orne Jewett ........... I. 743

Illustrations by Herbert Denman.
Liverpool Exhibition. (See “Steamship.”)
Locksley Halls, The Two.................T. R. Lounsbury............ vi. 250
Lockwood, E. H., Rothenburg Festival Play, The * ....................ix. 87
Locomotives and Cars, American..........M. N. Forney...............iv. 174

Illustrated from drawings made by J. D.
Woodward, Robert Blum, M. J. Burns, D.
C. Beard, and others, and from old prints,
drawings, and photographs furnished by

the author.

(See also “Railway Articles.")
Lohengrin, Poem ... ................ Susan Coolidge ............... 614
London. (See “Piccadilly.")
London Life, A. In Four Parts........... Henry James.... iii. 671; iv. 64, 238,

319
London Picture Sales. (See “ Christie's.")
Longfellow, William P. P.:
Architect's Point of View, The........

.ix. 119 Vase, The Greek *...

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Vases, The Decoration of *......
Looking On, Poem...

.....Eduard S. Martin...........vi.
Loons, The, Poem........ ....... Archibald Lampman.......... Ü. 291
Lost, Poem............... ......... Charles Henry Lüders ....... vi. 283
Lost Friend, The, Poem .................. Nora Perry .................. iv. 331
Lost Light, Poem ....................... Edward S. Martin............ vi. 41
Lost Plant, The-A Consular Experience... Eugene Schuyler............ vii. 115

(John Pierson.) Lost Rembrandt, The....................T. R. Sullivan. ..... ........ ii. 146 Lounsbury, T. R., Locksley Halls, The Two ...........

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Vol. Page Love's Ways, Poem........ ...... Henrietta Christian Wright...iii. 180 Low, Seth, President, Rights of the Citizen as a User of Public Conveyances ....

.......vii. 771 Low, Will H.:

Letter to a Young Gentleman Who Proposes to Embrace the Ca-
reer of Art..............

.iv. 381 Old Glass in New Windows* .....

.iv. 675 Lowell, Edward J.: Bayeux Tapestry, The *.........................................1.

.......... 333 Cellini, Benvenuto, Life of * .....

.................................. vi. 493 Lowell, James Russell. (See “ Elmwood.”) Lowell, Mr., as a Teacher......................

... 645 Lowell, Mr., in Anti-Slavery Days......... Point of View.................. 657 Lowell, Percival, Poems by : Fuji : The Sacred Mountain * ...

............... iv. 365 Tide, The...................

.......... 543 Luck of the Bogans, The.... ......... Sarah Orne Jewett ...........v. 100

Illustrated by C. D. Gibson. Lüders, Charles Henry, Poems by : Dawn and Dusk at Karnak

vii. 455 Dead Nymph, The..

.iv. 760 Haunts of the Halcyon, The.....

. ii. 617 Ivory and Gold.....

..i. 160 Lost...............................

vi. 283 Lumholtz, Carl, Explorations in the Sierra Madre *...

.x. 531 Lummis, Charles F.: 5.59, Poem....................

....................... viii. 513 In Camp, Poem ........

...... ix. 738 Land of Poco Tiempo, The *.....

...........................X. 760 Lyric of Lyrics, A, Poem.

.... Richard Henry Stoddard ......V. 225 Lyric of the Dawn, A, Poem....... ....... Charles Edwin Markham ......v. 601

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MABIE, HAMILTON WRIGHT :
Fiction as a Literary Form...............

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........v. 620 Winter in the Adirondacks *. .....

.iv. 641 Macdonough, A. R., Nepigon River Fishing*...

.vi. 271 MacKie, Charles Paul, Fray Bento's Bell......

viii. 485 Madonna, The, Poem ..................... Ellen Burroughs............ iv. 656 Maestro Ambrogio.......... .......T. R. Sullivan. ........... ....iv. 35 Magic Flight in Folk-Lore. (See “Folk-Lore.”) Magic House, The, Poem .................Duncan Campbell Scott...... vii. 713 Maine Woods. (See “ Lake Country of New England.") Malady of Success, The................... Point of View...............X. 264

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