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Pyle, Howard, Pastoral Without Words, A. (Twelve Drawings.)........ viii. 696
Pyramid, The Great..... ......... Edward L. Wilson ...........iii. 41

With illustrations from photographs by the

author, and from drawings by J. D. Wood-

ward.

(See also “ Egypt.”)
Pyrenees, Spanish. (See “Izard.”)

QUESTION-OF-THE-DAY NOVEL...............Point of View....... ........1. 261
Quiet Pilgrim, The, Poem .................Edith M. Thomas............

RAILWAY ARTICLES :

I. Building of a Railway, The......... Thomas Curtis Clarke........ ii. 643
With a frontispiece--" The Last Span-Ready

to Join,” from a drawing by A. B. Frost;
and with illustrations from drawings by
Walter Shirlaw, J. D. Woodward, Francis
Day, A. M. Turner, Meeker, Sand, and oth-
ers, and from photographs and prints fur-

nished by the author.
II. Railway Engineering, Feats of.....John Bogart . .........iv. 3
With a frontispiece—“Below the Brooklyn

Bridge,” from a painting by J. H. Twacht-
man, and with illustrations from drawings
by Walter Shirlaw, Otto Stark, J. D. Wood-
ward, C. C. Johnson, and others ; and from
photographs and prints lent by the Ameri.

can Society of Civil Engineers.
MII. 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.
IV. Railway Passenger Travel. ........ General Horace Porter........iv. 296
With a frontispiece— Show Your Tickets !-

Passenger Station, Philadelphia,” from a
drawing by Walter Shirlaw, and with other
illustrations from drawings by R. Blum, F.
C. Jones, Charles Broughton, J. D. Wood-

ward and others.
V. Railroad in its Business Relations,

......... Arthur T. Hadley ...........
With portraits.
VI. Railroad Men, Every-Day Life of..B. B. Adams, Jr............iv. 546
With nineteen illustrations from drawings by

*A. B. Frost.
VII. Railway Management............ General E. P. Alexander....... 27
Illustrated from drawings by Robert Blum,

M. J. Burns, W. C. Fitler, and V. Pérard,

and with diagrams by the author.
VIII. Railway Mail Service, The....... Thomas L. James............v. 259

Ex-Postmaster-General.
With a frontispiece—" At a Way Station-The

Postmaster's Assistant,” from a drawing by
Herbert Denman, and other illustrations by

Herbert Denman and W. J. Baer.
IX. Railroad Strikes, The Prevention of. Charles Francis Adams....... V. 424

The........

....vi. 215

Railway Articles (continued) :

Vol. Page X. Freight-Car Service, The ... ... ... Theodore Voorhees....... ....V. 568 Illustrations by Herbert Denman, H. C. Edwards, H. D. Nichols, V. Pérard, W. C. Fit

ler, and others.
XI. Railway, How to Feed a.... ..... Benjamin Norton .....
XII. Safety in Railroad Travel. .......H. G. Prout........ .... vi. 327
With a frontispiece--" Danger Ahead!” from

a drawing by M. J. Burns, and other illus-
trations by J. D. Woodward, V. Pérard,

W. C. Fitler, and S. S. Dustin.
Rainsford, W. S., Camping and Hunting in the Shoshone *.... ... ii. 292
Ranch of the Holy Cross, At the...........A. A. Hayes............

......X. 214 Illustrated by Charles Broughton. Randolph, Edmund. (See “ Constitution.") Random Memories. (See “ Contributions to the History of Fife” and “Edu

cation of an Engineer.”) Realism and the Art of Fiction ............ Arlo Bates ..................ii. 241 Recognition, A.

................ Octave Thanet................ 612 Reed, Helen Leah, Horace, Book III., Ode XXIX.—To Mæcenas........viii. 683 Reed, Mrs. Sylvanus, Private School for Girls, The.................... viii. 514 Reed Player, The, Poem ..................Duncan Campbell Scott ......viii. 720 Reese, Lizette Woodworth, Tell Me Some Way, Poem.................. iv. 696 Relief of Captain Nelson, The ............. A. J. Mounteney Jephson..... ix. 500 Illustrated by Frederick Villiers.

Of the Emin Pasha Relief Ex

pedition. (See also “Our March with a Starving Column” and “ Africa.") Remembrance, Poem .....................Julia C. R. Dorr .............. 445 Renunciation, Poem....

........ Emily Dickinson........... viii. 240 Republic. (See “Centre of the.”) Residuary Legatee, The; or, The Posthu

mous Jest of the Late John Austin-In Four Parts ..........................F. J. Stimson...i. 143, 348, 438, 544

(J. S. of Dale.) Return to Nature, The, Poem ..... ......... Edith M. Thomas............ ii. 32 Revisiting a Green Nook, Poem ........... Mrs. James T. Fields......... viii. 472 Revival of Handicraft, The................John F. Weir............... ii. 229 Revolution, French. (See “Morris.”) Ribe. (See “ Danish Town.") Ricalton, James, City of the Sacred Bo-Tree, The-Anuradhapura *......... 319 Rideing, William H. :

Amy Robsart, Kenilworth, and Warwick *........................ viii. 709 “Ocean Greyhound,” Building of an *.............................v. 431

Safety on the Atlantic *..... Right-Handedness, What is? .............. Thomas Dwight, M.D........ix. 465

Professor of Anatomy in the

Harvard Medical School.
With numerous illustrations prepared under

the direction of the author.

..............ix. 696

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Rights of the Citizen, The:

Vol. Page I. As a Householder....... ...... Frederick W. Whitridge .....vii. 417 II. As a User of the Public Streets.... Francis Lynde Stetson .......vii. 625 III. As a User of Public Conveyances ..President Seth Low ......... vii. 771 IV. To His Own Reputation.......... E. L. Godkin.............. viii. 58

V. To His Own Property............ James S. Norton ........... viii. 307 Riis, Jacob A. : Danish Town, An Old *......

..........X. 87 How the Other Half Lives—Studies Among the Tenements *. ....... vi. 643 Rivers and Valleys.......................N. S. Shaler................iv. 131

With a frontispiece, “Lower Falls and Cañon

of the Yellowstone,” and with other illus-
trations from photographs, drawings, and

diagrams.
Roads. (See “Common Roads.")
Roberts, Charles G. D., Captain Joe and Jamie........

........ Robertson, Harrison, How the Derby was Won* ............ Roche, James Jeffrey, Sir Hugo's Choice, Poem ... Rock of Béranger, The....... ..........T. R. Sullivan ..............vi. 42

Illustrations by Chester Loomis. Rodd, Rennell, Christmas Eve—Germany, Poem ......... ........iii. 40 Rogers, Archibald, American Big Game, Hunting*.......... .......... 443 Romance, Poem .........................L. Frank Tooker............ iv. 489 Rome. (See “ Corso ” and “German Rome.") Romola, In Florence With ....

...E. H. and E. W. Blashfield .. .ii. 693 With sixteen illustrations by E. H. Blash field. Rondo, Poem .....

....... Henry Shelton Sanford, Jr....V. 73 Root, John W., City House in the West, The *..........

vest, The *....................... viii. 416 Ropes, John C.: Cæsar, The Likenesses of * . .......

......... 131 Napoleon and His Times, Some Illustrations of *............. 643 ; ii. 33 War as We See it Now, The .........

............ix. 776 Waterloo, The Campaign of*. .......

............. iii. 259, 387 Rosamond, Poem ...............

...... Barrett Wendell ...........vii. 783 Roses of the Señor, The........ .....John J. a'Becket............iv. 749

Illustrated by Robert Blum.
Rothenburg Festival-Play, The ............E. H. Lockwood...........

Illustrations by Chester Loomis, J. D. Wood

ward, H. C. Edwards, and F. Day. Royce, Josiah : Australia, Impressions of*........

........ix. 75 Present Ideals of American University Life........... “Run to Seed”......................... Thomas Nelson Page......... Running in Grooves.....................Point of View............. viii. 791 Russian Novels...

........ Thomas Sergeant Perry........ 252

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Vol. Page SACRED FLAME OF TORIN JI, THE, In Two Parts . E. H. House............ii. 332, 420

With illustrations from drawings by George

Foster Barnes.
Safety in Railroad Travel. ................H. G. Prout...... ...... vi. 327

With frontispiece, “Danger Ahead!” from a

drawing by M. J. Burns, and other illustra-
tions by J. D. Woodward, V. Pérard, W. C.

Fitler, and S. S. Dustin.
(See also “Railroad Articles.")
Safety of Buildings, The..................Point of View................. 658
Safety on the Atlantic. (See “Ocean Steamship Articles.")
Saharian Railway. (See “Trans-Saharian.”)
Sailor Called the Parson, A...............John R. Spears..............V. 443
Saint Thomas Treaty. (See “ Diplomatic Episode.”)
Salmon Angling on the Restigouche.....

.......iii. 577
Illustrated by A. B. Frost.

(See also “Fishing.")
Sancta Simplicitas.......................Point of View................ 527
Sand-Pile, The Story of a................G. Stanley Hall............. iii. 690
Sand-Waves at Henlopen and Hatteras .....John R. Spears............ viii. 507

Illustrated by Victor Pérard.
Sanford, Henry Shelton, Jr., Poems by :

Flight of Joy, The ........... ..............................iv. 618

Rondo ................................................ ........V. 73
Sappho to Phaon, Poem .................. Margaret Crosby.............. V. 659
Sarcey, Francisque, Boulevards of Paris, The *.........................ix. 663
Sargent, D. A. (M.D.):

Physical Characteristics of the Athlete *. ...... ................. . ii. 541
Physical Development of Women, The* ........

.v. 172
Physical Proportions of the Typical Man, The* ................ .ii. 3
Sawyer, Charles P., Amateur Track and Field Athletics................. vii. 775
Scattering Shot at Some Ruralities, A...... Donald G. Mitchell ..........vi. 507
Scenes in Cyprus. (See “ Cyprus.")
Scenes of an Opera-House, Behind the. (See “Opera-House.")
Scenic Art. (See “Wagner.”)
Schottky, Ernst, Clytie * ......

.......X. 486
Schuyler Eugene :
Corinne...........

................................... vii. 644 Lost Plant, The-A Consular Experience........ ..........vii. 115 Minnesota Heir of a Serbian King, The-A Consular Experience.....vii. 255

Tolstoi Twenty Years Ago, Count Leo,* I., II...................V. 537, 733 Scollard, Clinton, Shekh Abdallah, The, Poem*.....

.. viii. 358

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....... vi. 298

Scott, Duncan Campbell :

Vol. Page At Les Éboulements, Poem ..............

........ vi. 759 Autumn Song, Poem .....

.........viii. 436 Ballade—To Sandra, in Absence, Poem....

...... vi. 63 Ducharmes of the Baskatonge, The......

......i. 236 For Remembrance, Poem.............

.x. 336 From the Hungarian, Poem......

....... ix. 562 Hill Path, The, Poem .....

......... iii. 532 In November, Poem .........

..x. 562 In the Village of Viger. ......

....... ii. 493 Magic House, The, Poem.......

..vii. 713 Reed Player, The, Poem .....

.......viii. 720 Song, Poem ........

.. vi. 435 Wooing of Monsieur Cuerrier, The-A Sketch in Viger...... ..ix. 373 Youth and Time, Poem ...............

........... Scott, Walter, at Work...................E. H. Woodruff..............v. 131

With an introduction by ....... ...... Andrew D. White.
With a frontispiece, "Walter Scott," from a

print in the possession of Mrs. James T.
Fields, and illustrations from drawings of
Abbotsford, made for the Magazine by W. L.
Taylor ; and with fac-similes from the proof.
sheets of “Peveril of the Peak," with
Scott's and Ballantyne's marginal notes in

the possession of Andrew D. White, Esq.
Scott, W. B.:
Elephant Myths, American * .....

......... 469 German Rome, A*.............

.......... V. 286 Sea in October, Poem .................... Elisabeth Fairchild......... Sea-Bass, Black. (See “Haunts of.”) Seals. (See “Babylonian, The.”) Season's Boon, The, Poem ................ G. Melville Upton..........viii. 223

Illustrated by J. H. Twachtman. Seaton, A. E. :

Speed in Ocean Steamers * ......... Seaward, Poem...

.......... Thomas P. Conant...........iv. 220 Second-Hand Story, A......... .........H. C. Bunner...............iv. 344 Self, Poem ............................. Augusta Larned.............v. 761 Seminoles. (See “Forgotten Remnant.”) Sense and Sentiment. (See “French Traits.”) Sentimental Annex, A................... H. C. Bunner............. viii. 257 Separation, Poem.....

......... Ellen Burroughs............. 730 Sergeant Gore. ....

........ LeRoy Armstrong ..........viii. 173 Illustrated by W. L. Metcalf. Seth's Brother's Wife ................... Harold Frederic.i. 22, 184, 308, 479,

615, 731 ; ii. 97, 185, 283, 404, 532 Seward, Olive Risley, Diplomatic Episode, A*..

.. ii. 585

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