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Vol. Page Greece, Life and Travel in Modern *.............................iv. 46 Greeks, The Modern *

..................................iv. 366 Shadow Chaser, The, Poem ................ Henrietta Christian Wright. . . iii. 433 Shakespeare as an Actor......... ........ Alexander Cargill...........ix. 613

With many reproductions of old prints, por

traits, etc., from the collection of Henry Ir-
ving, Esq., by permission, and from other

sources.
Shakespeare's English Kings............... Walter Pater....... ......... 506
Shaler, N. S. :
Atmosphere, The Instability of the *......

.......... ii. 197 Caverns and Cavern Life *. .......

....... ii. 449 Common Roads, The.........

.... vi. 473 Earth, The Stability of the *..

........i. 259 Forests of North America *. ...

...........i. 561 Nature and Man in America...

....... viii. 360, 473, 645 Rivers and Valleys *....

......................iv. 131 Volcanoes *

.............. iii. 201 Shekh Abdallah, The, Poem............... Clinton Scollard............ viii. 358

Illustrations by Chester Loomis and Kenyon

Cox. Shelf of Old Books, A: 1. Leigh Hunt.....................Mrs. James T. Pleas...

............ Mrs. James T. Fields........iii. 285
Illustrated with drawings, portraits, and fac-

similes.
II. Edinburgh.......

...V. 453
Illustrated with portraits, drawings, and face

similes. Sheridan, General P. H., Gravelotte to Sedan * .

.iv. 515 Sherman, Frank Dempster, Poems by : Backlog Dreams....

.vii. 568 Dirge ................................

........ viii. 283 Snow's Dreamer, The.

........ix. 241
Shoshone. (See “Camping and Hunting.”)
Siege and Commune of Paris, Reminiscences

...............E. B. Washburne.
With a frontispiece—“ Gambetta Proclaiming Ex-Minister to France.

the Republic of France,” drawn by Howard
Pyle ; and with illustrations from portraits
and documents in Mr. Washburne's posses-
sion, and from drawings by Pyle, Thulstrup.
Meeker, J. S. Davis, Maynard, Turner, and

others.
First Paper—The Downfall of the Empire ....

......... 3 Second Paper—The Siege ....................

......... 161 Third Paper—The Commune.......

........i. 289 Fourth Paper—The Downfall of the Commune ..... ......... 447

(See also “ Gravelotte to Sedan.") Sierra Madre. (See “ Explorations in.") Silent Sorrow, Poem ..................... Louise Chandler Moulton ..... ii. 105

Vol. Page Silver and Gold, Poem ........ ........ Edith M. Thomas ........... iv. 331 Singer, A, Poem....

.Richard Henry Stoddard ..... vi. 120 Sir Hugo's Choice, Poem .................James Jeffrey Roche .........iv. 762 Sir Launcelot, Poem .....................L. Frank Tooker............ iii. 696

....... Henrietta Christian Wright.... i. 671 Sisters' Tragedy, The-A.D. 1670, Poem. .... Thomas Bailey Aldrich ..... viii. 181

With ornamental designs by Kenyon Cox. Slavery in Africa ...

........ Henry Drummond ...........V. 660 With map of the slave-trade district of Africa.

(See also “Africa.”) Slave-Ship, The Last..................... George Howe, M.D......... viii. 113 Small Arms of European Armies, The... ...W. W. Kimball, U.S. N. .......vi. 363 Illustrated

U. S. Inspector of Ordnance. Smith, Charles Sprague, Summer in Iceland, A* ......... ......... vi. 451 Smith, F. Hopkinson, Espero Gorgoni, Gondolier *...

.........X. 687 Smith, S. Decatur, Jr., God's Comforter, Poem ..........

........ ii. 742 Smyth, Newman, Lake Country of New England, The *. ............... viii. 493 Snow, Poem ........

......... Anne Reeve Aldrich .......... V. 199 Snowing of the Pines, The, Poem.......... Thomas Wentworth Higginson .iii. 407 Snow's Dreamer, The, Poem........ ..... Frank Dempster Sherman....ix. 241 Social Instinct. (See “French Traits.") Social Life in Print.......................Point of View..............vii. 131 Socialism ............................... Francis A. Walker ............ 107 Soley, J. Russell, Assistant Secretary of the Navy :

Effect on American Commerce of an Anglo-Continental War. ........ vi. 541

Naval Policy, Our : A Lesson from 1861..........................i. 223 Solitude, Poem ...... .................. Arlo Bates ................. iv. 63 Some Gentlemen in Fiction............... Robert Louis Stevenson ..... iii. 764 Song, Poem.....

..Duncan Campbell Scott ....... vi. 435 Song, Poem .......

..... Ellen Burroughs............. ii. 618 Song and Sorrow, Poem ... .... ........ Mrs. James T. Fields ........... 170 Song from “ Ayuna," Poem ...... .........Julian Hawthorne.............. Song of Life, A, Poem ......... ....... Maybury Fleming ........... ii. 184 Song of Pleasure, A, Poem ................ Maybury Fleming...........V. Song of the Comforter, The...............John J. a'Becket............... 255 Song to the Lute, A-For a Book of Airs,

Poem ...............................Austin Dobson.............. ii. 722
With four drawings by George Foster Barnes

and Francis Day.
Sonnet, The-To a Critic: To a Poet, Poem.Julia C. R. Dorr............. ii. 311
Sonnets in Shadow, Poem .................Arlo Bates ......... .......... 49
Spanish Novelists. (See “Literary Madrid.")

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Spanish Women. (See “Beauty of.”)

Vol. Page Spartan Virtue, The......................Point of View .............viii. 659 Spears, John R. : Fire Apparatus, Modern *. ....

.ix. 54 Odd American Homes *....... Port of Missing Ships, The..........

..iv. 610 Sailor Called the Parson, A............ Sand-Waves at Henlopen and Hatteras *. .......

........ viii. 507 Story of a Lost Car, The .......

................. ......... vi. 102 Spectre of Folly, A....................... Octave Thanet ...............ix. 563 Speed in Ocean Steamers. (See “Ocean Steamship Articles.") Spencer, Mr., as an Instance ..............Point of View................. 791 Sport. (See “Fishing and Hunting.”) Spring in Winter, Poem ....... ........ Edith M. Thomas............v. 713

With illustration drawn and engraved by

Frank French. Spring Philosophy

...........Point of View .............vii. 526 Spring Song, Poem...

.......Graham R. Tomson .........ix. 453 Squire Five-Fathom......................H. C. Bunner...............iv. 657

Illustrated by C. Jay Taylor.
Stability of the Earth. (See “ Earth.”)
Stained-Glass Windows. (See “Old Glass.")
Stanley, Henry M. :
Emin Pasha Relief Expedition, The *............

.......vii. 663 Pigmies of the Great African Forest, The *

........ix. 3 (See also “How Stanley Wrote His Book.”)........... ......... viii. 210 Stansbury, Mary A. P., At the Tomb of a Poet, Poem ..............

.................V. 712 Stanton, Robert Brewster, Cañon of the Colorado, Through the Grand * . viii. 591 Star to Its Light, The, Poem. ............. George Parsons Lathrop. .....iii. 488 Starr, M. Allen, M.D., Electricity in Relation to the Human Body ........ vi. 589 Starting a Parliament in Japan ............John H. Wigmore............X. 33

The illustrations by Robert Blum, and from

photographs. (See also “ Japan.”) Starvation Camp. (See “Relief of Captain Nelson,” “Our March with a

Starving Column,” and “ Africa.”) Steamers' Track, In the... ...... William Perry Northrup..... iii. 515

With illustrations by M. J Burns and W. F.

Halsall. Steamship, Development of the, and the Liverpool Exhibition of 1886 ............. F. E. Chadwick, .............. 515

Commander U. S. Navy.
With illustrations from drawings, diagrams,

and instantaneous photographs furnished by

the author. (See also “Ocean Steamship Articles.”) Steamship Lines of the World. (See “ Ocean Steamship Articles.”)

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...V. 619

Streets...........................................

Steamships. (See “ Ocean Steamship Articles.")

Vol. Page Stephens, Kate, Fragment from Plato, A, Poem .......... Stetson, Francis Lynde, Rights of the Citizen as a User of the Public

..........vii. 625 Stevens, Thomas, African River and Lake Systems .................... viii. 335

(See also “ Africa.") Stevenson, Edward Irenæus, Great Patience, A........

...... ii. 87 Stevenson, Robert Louis : Beggars ..................

iii. 380 Chapter on Dreams, A....

iii. 122 Christmas Sermon, A...

iv. 764 Contributions to the History of Fife-Random Memories ... iv. 507 Education of an Engineer, The—More Random Memories.

iv. 636 Epilogue to an Inland Voyage ............

.iv. 250 Gentlemen....

...... iii. 635 House of Tembinoka, The, * Poem.

.viii. 95 Lantern-Bearers, The .......

......... iii. 251 Letter to a Young Gentleman who Proposes to Embrace the Career of Art......

........iv. 377 Manse, The, A Fragment.....

......................... 611 Master of Ballantrae, The*. ......iv. 570, 697 ; v. 49, 152, 278, 413, 624, 749 ;

vi. 93, 145, 351, 407 Popular Authors........

.. iv. 122 Pulvis et Umbra...

.iii. 509 Some Gentlemen in Fiction...........

..iii. 764 Ticonderoga,* Poem.

.ii. 643 Wrecker, The*....

.......x. 171, 287, 418, 575, 723 Stevenson, Mrs. Robert Louis (Fanny van de Grift Stevenson) : Half-White, The ........

.............. ix. 282 Miss Pringle's Neighbors ...................

: ................. 692 Nixie, The ....

...............iii. 277 Stimson, F. J. : An Alabama Courtship .... .........

.........ix. 551, 713 Dr. Materialismus .........

......... viii. 547 Ethics of Democracy .........

........... 661 First Harvests ...iii. 20, 151, 362, 490, 618, 717 ; iv. 104, 206, 350, 455, 594 Residuary Legatee, The; or the Posthumous Jest of the Late John

Austin-In Four Parts........................i. 143, 348, 438, 544 Stockton, Frank R., Water Devil, The, A Marine Tale in Two Parts..ix. 108, 157 Stoddard, Richard Henry: Autographs, A Box of *.......

.......... ix. 213 From the Japanese, Poem .........

.........viii. 757 Lyric of Lyrics, A, Poem. ...........

..v. 225 Singer, A, Poem ........

.vi. 120 Stone-Cutter, The, Poem.................. Elizabeth Akers ............... 767

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Vol. Page Storm and Calm, Poem..... .............C. P. Cranch .............. iii. 330 Storm, The, Poem ............ ........Zoe Dana Underhill .........iv. 581 Story of a Lost Car, The .................John R. Spears ............. vi. 102 Story of a New York House, The...........H. C. Bunner.i. 37, 211, 323, 418, 595

Illustrated by A. B. Frost, F. Hopkinson Smith,

and G. W. Edwards. Story of an Old Beau, The ................John Seymour Wood ........ix. 197 Story, W. W., Corso of Rome, The *..........

........X. 399 Striped Bass Fishing .................... A. Foster Higgins ...........v. 671

Illustrated by M. J. Burns, Henry W. Hall,

and others. (See also “Fishing.") Student of Salamanca, A.................. William Henry Bishop....... vi. 552

Illustrations from photographs, and from draw.

ings by Francis Day, W. c. Fitler, and V.

Perard. Study of Heirs, A........ ......... Point of View.............. viii. 527 Sturgis, Russell, City House, The * [East and South] ..................vii. 693 Style.......

.........Point of View ............. vii. 525 Sub-Tropic Study, Notes of a............. Edgar Mayhew Bacon........vi. 746

Illustrations by V. Pérard, F. Day, and the

author. Suburban House, The....... ......... Bruce Price....... .......viii. 3

With illustrations by 0. H. Bacher and C. F.

Bragdon, and from photographs.
(See also “Homes in City, Suburbs, and Country.”)
Sullivan, T. R.:
Anatomist of the Heart, The *.......

.........x. 153 Clerk of the Weather, The....

.. viii. 343 “ Cordon”....................

....... 378 Lost Rembrandt, The........

....ii. 146 Maestro Ambrogio..........

....iv. 35 Out of New England Granite..

.... vi. 312 Rock of Béranger, The *. .....

....vi. 42 Through the Gate of Dreams.

... vii. 157 Tincture of Success, The......

.... ii. 755 Toledo Blade, A..............

.ix. 644 Summer Evening, A, Poem ................ James Herbert Morse......... iv. 295 Summer in Iceland, A....... ....... Charles Sprague Smith ....... vi. 451

With illustrations by J. D. Woodward, W. C.

Fitler, Clifton Johnson, and E. E. Thomp

son. Surf and Surf-Bathing ...................

...... Duffield Osborne ........... viii. 100 Illustrations by W. S. Allen and M. J. Burns. Surgery. (See “ New Field of Honor.”) Sutphen, W. G. van Tassel, Insciens, Poem...............

.vii. 317 Swinburne, Louis, Bucolic Dialect of the Plains, The................... ii. 505 Switzerland of Africa. (See “Kabylia, Grand.”) Sympathy in Authorship..................Point of View..............viii. 528

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