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Mallock W. H. :

Vol. Page
Cyprus, Scenes in *. ......

........ iv. 259
Through Three Civilizations *, ......

.....vii. 204
Man and the Newspaper, The..............Point of View .............viii. 792
Man at Arms, The.......................E. H. and E. W. Blash field. iii. 3, 161

With a frontispiece—“Disposition of one Side

of a Tourney Field,” and with other illus-

trations by É. H. Blashfield.
Man in America. (See “Nature and.”)
Manners. (See “French Traits.")
Manse, The ; A Fragment................. Robert Louis Stevenson ......... 611
Manual Training. (See “Revival of Handicraft.")
María ........

.............Point of View.............. vii. 657
Markham, Charles Edwin, Poems by:
Griefs......

...... vi. 62
Last Furrow, The.

.i. 198
Lyric of the Dawn, A....

..v. 601
Meeting, A............

513
Midsummer Noon, .....

ii. 168
Old Earth, The.......

.i. 478
On an Old Road.......

86
Poet, The...............
Tragedy, The,-Song.....

iii. 379
Valley, The...................................... ........ ii. 504
Marse Archie's Fight..................... Maria Blunt...

... 581
Marston, Edward, How Stanley Wrote His Book * ........... ......... viii. 210
Marston, Philip Bourke, At Last, Poem.....
Martin, Benjamin Ellis, Lamb, Charles, In the Footprints of.... ....vii. 267, 471
Martin, Edward S., Poems by:
As to Spring....

.......... ix. 575
Be Kind to Thyself............

.iv. 718
Dated “February the 14th ”..
Looking On...............

.vi. 506
Lost Light.....

......vi. 41
Martin, Edwin C. :

Carlyle's Politics. ........
Javan Hackett's Ill-mended Fortunes.....

.vii. 456
Monster of My Acquaintance, A..

. vi. 233
Masai-Land, How I Crossed...............Joseph Thomson............. vi. 387

With illustrations, from photographs, by Her-

bert Denman, J. D. Woodward, and W. C.

Fitler.

(See also “ Africa.”)
Mason, George. (See “Constitution.")
Master of Ballantrae, The-I.-XII......... Robert Louis Stevenson..iv. 570, 697;

v. 49, 152, 278. 413, 624, 749 ; vi.
Illustrated by William Hole.

93, 145, 351, 417

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Vol. Page Matron in Fiction, The...................Point of View ..............ix. 792 Matter of Fact, A........................ George A. Hibbard ....... Matthews, Brander : Coquelin, M.......

..............i. 244 Family Tree, A...,

.........V. 226 Memories.................

........... vi. 168 McCarthy, Justin, Three Dream Heroines............................ vi. 378 McCulloch, Hugh: Memories of Some Contemporaries. ........

........iv. 279 Politics, American, Problems in........

........iv. 423 Mechanical Criticism .....................Point of View............. viii. 658 Medals. (See “Campaign.") Medical. See Electricity in Relation to the Human Body...........................

.......M. Allen Starr, M.D......... vi. 589 Hospital Life*. ......................A. B. Ward................iii. 697 Invalid's World, The–The Doctor, The

Nurse, The Visitor *. ..... .A. B. Ward..................v. 58 New Field of Honor, A*..............James E. Pilcher............ vi. 600

Capt. Medical Dept. U.S.A. Training of a Nurse, The............. Mary Cadwalader Jones ..... viii. 613 Meeting, A, Poem................. ... Charles Edwin Markham .....vii. 513 Memories...............................Brander Matthews...........vi. 168 Memories of Some Contemporaries......... Hugh McCulloch ............iv. 279 Memories of the Last Fifty Years. Three Papers.......

..... Lester Wallack.....iv. 411, 582, 719 With portraits of Mr. Wallack (from photographs taken for the Magazine in July, 1888); John Gilbert, from a painting by J. Alden

Weir, and other illustrations and portraits. Memory of the War....... .......Point of View............. viii. 657 Mendelssohn's Letters to Moscheles—From

the Manuscripts in the possession of
Felix Moscheles. In Two Parts....... William F. Apthorp.. ...iii. 131, 331
With a frontispiece-“ Felix Mendelssohn-

Bartholdy,” and with other portraits, musi-
cal scores, and reproductions of drawings

by Mendelssohn. Men's Women.......

....... Point of View..... ....... vii. 262 Mexican Superstitions and Folk-Lore....... Thomas A. Janvier ...........V. 349 Mexico, In. (See also “ Explorations in the

Sierra Madre” and “Outlawry.”) ...... Thomas A. Janvier ............ 67 Mexico, New. (See “Land of Poco Tiempo, The.”) Middle Ages. (See “ Castle Life.") Mid-Summer, Poem .....

..... Allan Simpson Botsford...... iv. 121 Midsummer Night, Poem .......... ....... Archibald Lampman......... iv. 173 Vol. Page
Midsummer Noon, Poem ................. Charles Edwin Markham ..... ii. 168
Midwinter Night's Dream, A..............Henry A. Beers .............vi. 716

Illustrations by Herbert Denman.
Millet and Recent Criticism............... Walter Cranston Larned ... viii. 390
Millet, F. D., Tedesco's Rubina....

......i. 499
Millet, Jean-François. (See “Barbizon.")
Millis, John, First Lieut. Corps of Engineers, U.S.A., Electricity in Land
Warfare *. .........

....... vi. 424
Miniature, The .......................... William McKendree Bangs ...vi. 483
Minnesota Heir of a Serbian King, The-A

Consular Experience. ................ Eugene Schuyler ...........vii. 255
Miss Peck’s Promotion................... Sarah Orne Jewett ............. 717
Miss Pringle's Neighbors................. Mrs. Robert Louis Stevenson.... 692
Mitchell, Donald G. :
Country House, The *.......................

.............. viii. 313
Paraphrase of Horace IV., Ode VII.—To Torquatus..... ........ ix. 350

Scattering Shot at Some Ruralities, A................. ........ vi. 507
Mitchell, J. A., Caricature, Contemporary American *. . ............vi. 728
Modern Explosives. (See “ Explosives.”)
Modern Greeks. (See “ Greeks.”)
Modern Life. (See “ Competitive Element in.")
Molière ...........

........ Andrew Lang .............. ix. 725
With a portrait (frontispiece) and fac-similes of

title-pages of early editions of his plays.
Monsieur Nasson ........................ Grace 11. I

.......... Grace H. Peirce............. V. 685
Illustrated by Chester Loomis.
Monster of My Acquaintance, A ........... Edwin C. Martin ............ vi. 233
Montauk Point, July, December, Poem..... Lloyd McKim Garrison...... vi. 694

Illustrations from drawings by J. H. Twacht-

man.

Moody, William Vaughn, Dolorosa, Poem ........

.............. 620
Moon-Path, The, Poem......... ......... Archibald Lampman........ vii. 219
Moore, Albert. (See “Painter of Beautiful Dreams.")
Morelli. (See “ Neapolitan Art.”)
Morley, Mr., and Literature .............. Point of View..............ix. 789
Morning in Venice, Poem .................Bessie Gray ...............iii. 600

With a full-page illustration by F. Hopkinson

Smith.
Morris, Anne Cary, Glimpses at the Diaries of Gouverneur Morris ; So-

cial Life and Character in the Paris of the Revolution *. .........i. 93, 199
Morris, Gouverneur, Glimpses at the Dia-

ries of; Social Life and Character in the
Paris of the Revolution-Two Papers . . Anne Cary Morris ......... 93, 199
With portrait from the Painting at Oīd Mor.

risania, and other illustrations.

........

..V. 123

Morse, James Herbert, Poems by:

Vol. Page Comradeship.......

iii. 634 Lady Hannah, The, a Ballad of Captain Kidd.

.........

viii. 772 Summer Evening.......

.iv. 295 Mortgage on Jeffy, The........ ......... Octave Thanet ............ .. ii. 473 Mortis Dignitas, Poem.......... ........ Richard E. Burton........... vi. 540 Morton, Henry, Electricity in Lighting * ....... ................. vi. 176 Moscheles, Felix, Browning's Asolo.* (See also “Mendelssohn's Letters.").x. 359 Motor. (See “ Electrical Articles.") Moulton, Louise Chandler, Poems by: After Death .........

..i. 243 Dead Men's Holiday–After Shipka...

..X. 195 In Bohemia........... Silent Sorrow....

.. ii. 105 Vagrant Love—A Rondel ....

Rondel ...................................... viii. 484 Mount St. Elias, Climbing................ William

........ William Williams.......

Williams............v. 387 Illustrations by M. J. Burns and J. D. Woodward from the author's sketches and from

photographs. (See also “Where the Ice Never Melts.”) Mount St. Elias and Its Glaciers........ ..Mark Brickell Kerr......... .ix. 361

[As explored by the National Geographic So

ciety's Expedition of 1890.)
Illustrations by J. D. Woodward, Victor Pé-

rard, and W. C. Fitler. (See also “Where the Ice Never Melts.”) Mount Washington in Winter............. Edward L. Wilson ...........ix. 135

Illustrations by Victor Pérard. Mrs. Manstey’s View....

....... Edith Wharton.............. x. 117 Mrs. Tom's Spree......... .......H. C. Bunner............... vi. 677 Municipal Finance............ .. Clayton C. Hall............. .iii. 33 Municipal Government....... ....... Gamaliel Bradford .......... ii. 485 Munkittrick, R. K., Autumn Haze, Poem.

...X. 442 Munroe, Charles E., Chemist U. S. Torpedo Station, Explosives, Modern *............!

.............iii. 563 Munroe, Kirk, Forgotten Remnant, A*..............................vii. 303 Music. See

Bird Song, The Motif of.............. Maurice Thompson .......... ii. 379 Mendelssohn's Letters to Moscheles *. . . William F. Apthorp ..... iii. 131-331 Wagner and Scenic Art * .......

.......... ii. 515 Wagner's Heroes and Heroines * .......

...........v. 331 Wagnerianism and the Italian Opera...

....... vii. 487 Words and Music ................... Arlo Bates ................... 637 My Disreputable Friend, Mr. Raegen....... Richard Harding Davis..... viii. 685

Illustrated by C. D. Gibson.

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Vol. Page
My Friend, Poem....................... Arthur Sherburne Hardy.... ix. 305
My Uncle Dick.........

.......John Elliott Curran.........X. 100
Mystery in High Life......... ...........Point of View .............. ix. 396

NADAL, E. S., Clubs, London and American *. ......

......... ix. 289
Nakagawa, T. J., Theatres of Japan *................................
Napoleon and His Times, Some Illustrations

of, I., II............................John C. Ropes.......... 643 ; ii. 33

With illustrations from the author's collection.
Napoleon in 1804, Glimpses of............ Clarence Deming...........vii. 620
National Theatre, A......................Point of View............. viii. 790
Natural Selection-A Romance of Chelsea

Village and East Hampton Town.* In

Three Parts.........................H. C. Bunner......iii. 64, 181, 321
Nature and Man in America—L, II., III.....N. S. Shaler.......viii. 360, 473, 645
Naval Apprentice System. (See “United States.")
Naval Policy, Our ; A Lesson from 1861. ...James Russell Soley, U.S.N. ...i. 223
Navy. See

Electricity in Naval Warfare *. ........W. S. Hughes, Lieut. U.S.N. .. vi. 415
Explosives, Modern * ................ Charles E. Munroe, ......... ii. 563

Chemist, U. S. Torpedo Corps.
Naval Policy, Our; A Lesson from 1861. James Russell Soley, U.S.N. ...i. 223
Torpedoes, Modern Aggressive * ...... W. S. Hughes, Lieut. U.S.N....i. 427
Uncle Sam's Blue Jackets Afloat* . ..... Rufus Fairchild Zogbaum ... viii. 267
United States Naval Apprentice System,
The * ............................A

......... A. B. Wyckoff, Lieut. U.S.N...x. 563
White Squadron, From Port to Port with
the* ...

.......... Rufus Fairchild Zogbaum ...viii. 453
Yankee Cruisers in French Harbors * . .Rufus Fairchild Zogbaum... viii. 625
Neapolitan Art:

I. Morelli...........................A. F. Jacassy..............viii. 735
Illustrations by Domenico Morelli and the au-

thor.
II. Michetti.........................A. F. Jacassy............... ix. 228
Illustrations by Kenyon Cox and the author,

from original paintings and bronzes.
Nelson, Captain. (See “Relief of.")
Nepigon River Fishing ...................A. R. Macdonough........... vi. 271

Illustrations by Herbert Denman and J. D.

Woodward.

(See also “Fishing:")
New England. (See “ China Hunter.”)
New England Ingénue, A..................John Seymour Wood........ viii. 241

Illustrated by C. D. Gibson.
New Field of Honor, A ......

..James E. Pilcher ............ vi. 600
Illustrations by R. F. Zogbaum, H. W. Hall, Capt. Medical Dept., U.S.A.

V. Pérard, and W. C. Fitler.

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