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Vespers, Poem *......................... Ellen Burroughs............. V. 684
Vestis Angelica, Poem ....................T. W. Higginson ..... ........ 277
Viking Ship, The....... .........John S. White........ .......ü. 604

Illustrated with drawings from photographs

and from the descriptive drawings of N.

Nicolaysen.
Violin Obligato, A....................... Margaret Crosby.............i. 120
Virtue of Receiving, The..................Point of View................. 790
Voices of Earth, The, Poem ........... ... Archibald Lampman..........X. 417
Volcanoes .........

......... N. S. Shaler........ ...... ii. 201
With illustrations by J. D. Woodward, Julian

Rix, 0. H. Bacher, Frank Day, and C. S.

Robinson.
Voorhees, Theodore, Freight-Car Service, The *. .......................v. 568
WAGNER AND SCENIC ART...... ....... William F. Apthorp.......... ii. 515

With illustrations from the original designs for

the setting of the Bayreuth stage, secured
for the publishers by the Freiherr von Wol.

zogen.
Wagner's Heroes and Heroines, Some of... William F. Apthorp..........v. 331

With illustrations after photographs (several

by permission of the Freiherr von Wol-
zogen). Drawings by S. L. Smith and Fran-

cis Day.
Wagnerianism and the Italian Opera....... William F. Apthorp......... vii. 487
Walker, Francis A. :
Socialism .......

..................... 107
Working Classes, What Shall We Tell The ?........... ....... ii. 619
Wallack, Lester, Memories of the Last Fifty Years *........... iv. 411, 582, 719
Wanted, A Manual........................ Point of View.............viii. 395
War as We See It Now, The..............John C. Ropes........ ......ix. 776
Ward, A. B. :
Hospital Life *.. .....

.............. iii. 697
Invalid's World—The Doctor, The Nurse, and The Visitor *.........V. 58
Ward, Herbert :
Ivory, Tale of a Tusk of, The *.

viii. 531
Life Among Congo Savages *.....

.vii. 135
(See also “ Africa.”)
Ward, Humphry, “Christie's”*...

..viii. 758
Ward, William Hayes, Babylonian Seals, The*....

..... 80
Warner, H. E., Folk-Lore, Magic Flight in..

.......i. 762
Warwick. (See “Amy Robsart.”)
Washburne, E. B., Ex-Minister to France, Reminiscences of the Siege and

Commune of Paris.
I. Downfall of the Empire*...................

......... 3
II. The Siege *.....

........ 161
III. The Commune *. ....................

........ 289
IV. The Downfall of the Commune *. .......

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(See also“ Gravelotte to Sedan.”)

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Water Devil, The-A Marine Tale in Two

Vol. Page
Parts................

......... Frank R. Stockton...... ix. 108, 157
Waterloo, The Campaign of...............John C. Ropes......... iii. 259, 387

With a frontispiece_6 Blücher Unhorsed at

Ligny," drawn by R. F. Zogbaum, and with
other illustrations by R. F. Zogbaum, W.
T. Smedley, C. Durand Chapman, H. C.
Edwards, Margaret Landers, E. J. Meeker,
and others. Also with reproductions of
old prints, and a map furnished by the

author.
Water-Storage in the West............... Walter Gillette Bates ........ vii. 3

With frontispiece – “Dam across the Bear

Valley, San Bernardino County, Cal.," and
with illustrations from photographs, and
from drawings by Harry Fenn, J. D. Wood.

ward, and V. Pérard.
Water Witch, The, Poem ................. Ella

... Elizabeth Akers.............. ii. 685
With six illustrations by M. J. Burns, C. Hirsch-

berg, R. Swain Gifford, F. S. Church, and

J. D. Woodward.
Webb, Herbert Laws, Cable Expedition, With a *....

.......viii. 399
Weir, John F., Revival of Handicraft, The ............................. ii. 229
Weld, Elyot, Poems by:
Fortune........................................

....... i. 437
Freedom .........

....... ii. 473
Welsh, Herbert, Dakota Outbreak, The Meaning of the...... ......... ix. 439
Wendell, Barrett :
Last of the Ghosts *. ........

..........iii. 227
Rosamond, Poem.................. .................. ..........

vii. 783
Wendell, Evert Jansen, Boys' Clubs *

.ix. 738
Wetzler, Joseph, Electric Railway of To-day *...........................vii. 425
Wharton, Edith :
Botticelli's Madonna in the Louvre, Poem .........

ix. 74
Happiness, Poem ......

vi. 715
Last Giustiniani, The, Poem ..............

...vi. 405
Mrs. Manstey's View ........

......... 117
Tomb of Ilaria Giunigi, The, Poem *......

...ix. 156
What the Will Effects .................... William James..............iii. 240
What Word ? Poem...... ........ Edith M. Thomas ............. ii. 196
When Love Passed By, Poem ............. Solomon Solis-Cohen.........iv. 674
Where Emin Is......................... Col. H. G. Prout (Baroud Bey).vi. 515

With frontispiece—“Portrait of Emin Bey,”

illustrations by Herbert Denman, J. Reich,

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

(See also “ Africa.”)
Where Shall We Spend Our Winter? ...... Gen. A. W. Greely ..........iv. 602

Chief Signal Officer.
With six charts furnished by the author.
Where Shall We Spend Our Summer ?..... Gen. A. W. Greely .......... iii. 481

Chief Signal Officer.
With two charts furnished by the author.

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Where She Comes, Poem ....... ........ Charles B. Going .......... viii. 357
Where the Ice Never Melts—The Cruise of

the U. S. Steamer Thetis in 1889 ...... Robert Gordon Butler........ix. 477
Illustrations from drawings by W. L. Metcalf

and W. L. Taylor.

(See also “Mount Saint Elias.”)
Whipple, Edwin Percy, Dickens-Land, In.......

..... ii. 743
White, Andrew D., Scott, Walter, at Work (Introduction) *.............. V. 131
White Edith, Poem...................... Thomas Bailey Aldrich .......iii. 32
White, John S., Viking Ship, The*.............

..................ii. 604
White Squadron, The ...................Rufus Fairchild Zogbaum.

With illustrations by the author.
I. Uncle Sam's Blue Jackets Afloat........

.. viii. 267
II. From Port to Port With

... viii. 453
III. Yankee Cruisers in French Harbors

... viii. 625
Whitridge, Frederick W., Rights of the Citizen as a Householder ....... vii. 417
Wigmore, John H. :

Parliamentary Days in Japan * ..................... .....X. 243
Starting a Parliament in Japan * ...............

.....X. 33
Williams, William, Mount St. Elias, Climbing* ..

.....v. 387
Wilson, Edward L. :
Mount Washington in Winter * .....

.....ix. 135
Nile, The Modern *. .........

..... ii. 259
Oyster, Biography of the * ......

.....X. 469
Pyramid, The Great *

.....iii. 41
Temples of Egypt, The * ....

.....iv. 387
Winanishe. (See “Land of the Winanishe.”)
Wine of Lusitania, Poem ................. Edith M. Thomas ....... ... viii. 493
Winter Evening, Poem ................... Archibald Lampman.........iv. 748

Illustration from a painting by J. H. Twacht-

man.
Winter in the Adirondacks ............... Hamilton Wright Mabie ......iv. 641

With a frontispiece—“ Near the foot of Mt.

Whiteface," "drawn by Bruce Crane, and
other illustrations from drawings by W.
Hamilton Gibson, Bruce Crane, J. D. Wood-
ward, J. Francis Murphy, W. L. Palmer, J.
H. Twachtman, and from photographs made

expressly for the Magazine.
Winter Lilacs, Poem ........ ........... Mrs. James T. Fields.........x. 711
Women. (See “French Traits” and “Physical Development of.”)
Wonderful Country, The, Poem ...........John Boyle O'Reilly ......... ii. 378
Wood, John Seymour :
New England Ingénue, A* ..........

.... viii. 241
Story of an Old Beau, The ..............

.ix. 197
Woodruff, E. H., Scott, Walter, at Work * .......

......v. 133
Woods, W. H., Blue-Grass Puritan, A.......

..... ix. 341

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Wooing of Monsieur Cuerrier, The, A Sketch

in Viger.............. ......... Duncan Campbell Scott ....... ix. 373

(See also “In the Village of Viger.”)
Words. (See “ Age of.”)
Words and Music......

........Arlo Bates ................... 637
Working-Classes, What Shall We Tell the ?. Francis A. Walker ........... ii. 619
Worship, Poem........ ................Graham R. Tomson.......... vi. 23
Wounded Animals, The Actions of .........J. N. Hall, M.D...............X. 457

(See also “Hunting.”)
Wrecker, The-Prologue and Chaps. I.-VIII. Robert Louis Stevenson and

Lloyd Osbourne......x. 171, 287,

418, 575, 723.
With illustrations by William Hole.
Wright, G. Frederick, Archeological Discovery in Idaho, An*............vii. 235
Wright, Henrietta Christian, Poems by :
Confession .........................

........ ii. 583
Love's Ways....

iii. 180
Shadow Chaser, The .......

iii. 433
Sister Annunciata...........

.i. 671
Wright, Mary Tappan :
“As Haggards of the Rock”..

..vii. 556
Fragment of a Play, A...

.ix. 605
Truce, A......................................................ix. 31
Wyckoff, A. B., Lt. U.S.N., United States Naval Apprentice System, The *.x. 563

YALE, LEROY Milton, Land of the Winanishe, The*. ....... ..........v. 515
Yankee Cruisers in French Harbors, With... Rufus Fairchild Zogbaum...viii. 625

Illustrations by the author.

(See also “White Squadron ” and “Navy.")
Yellow Elms, The, Poem ..................Bessie Chandler ............. ii. 277
Yesterday, Poem........................Zoe Dana Underhill..........v. 314
Young, Charles A., Astronomer's Summer Trip, An*...................iv. 82
Youth and Age, Poem ....................C. P. Cranch .............. ix. 385
Youth and Time, Poem ......... .........Duncan Campbell Scott....... vi. 298

ZADOC PINE LABOR UNION, THE.............H. C. Bunner...............ii. 669

With ten drawings by C. Jay Taylor.
Zogbaum, Rufus Fairchild:
Uncle Sam's Blue Jackets Afloat, With *. ......

........ viii. 267
White Squadron, From Port to Port with the * ...... ......... viii. 453
Yankee Cruisers in French Harbors, With *........ ....... viii. 625

ALPHABETICAL LIST OF ILLUSTRATORS.

ALEXANDER, J. W., ii. 651, 652, 656, 657, 662, 664.
Allen, W. S., vi. 188 ; viii. 100, 103, 104, 106, 107, 108, 109, 110, 111, 112.
Almond, W. Douglas, k. 135, 136, 137, 138, 139, 141, 142, 143, 144, 145, 147,

148.

BACHER, O. H., iü. 214, 224 ; iv. 450 ; vi. 644, 645; vii. 576, 577, 580, 694, 698,

700, 712 ; viii. 3, 6, 15, 314, 323; ix. 295, 299, 301, 401, 413, 537, 539, 544 ;

x. 243, 266, 268, 599, 600, 601.
Bar^n, E. M., vi. 746, 758.
Bacon, F. H., iv. 62.
Baer, W. J., v. 59, 261, 271, 276 ; ix. 466, 467, 468, 470, 471.
Barnes, George Foster, ii. 332, 334, 336, 337, 339, 420, 422, 425, 427, 428, 429,

431, 435, 722, 723.
Bassi, A., x. 7, 15.
Beard, Daniel C., ii. 293, 297, 299 ; iv. 175; v. 32, 196, 215, 217, 524 ; ix. 7.
Beckwith, J. Carroll, vii. 530, 569, 749.
Bell, Joseph, viii. 213, 214, 217, 221, 222.
Bellew, F. P. W., vi. 744.
Blashfield, E. H., ii. 693, 696, 697, 699, 701, 702, 705, 707, 708, 709, 711, 713,

715, 716, 717, 720, 721; iii. 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 15, 16, 17,
161, 162, 163, 164, 165, 166, 167, 168, 169, 170, 171, 172, 177, 180, 268 ; v.
3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 22, 23 ; vi. 696,
707 ; viii. 134, 136, 137, 138, 139, 140, 145, 146, 147, 148, 149, 150, 152; x.

663, 664, 665, 666, 667, 669, 670, 671, 672, 673, 674, 675, 676.
Blum, Robert, iv. 51, 56, 308, 316, 443, 444, 749, 750, 752, 754, 759 ; v. 38, 39 ;

vi. 83, 84, 89, 90, 91, 92 ; viii. 662, 663, 665, 666, 667, 669, 670, 671, 672, 673,
674, 675, 676, 682; ix. 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 165, 166,
169, 170, 171, 172, 173, 174, 175, 176, 266, 321, 322, 323, 324, 327, 329, 330,

331, 332 ; x. 33, 34, 35, 36, 40, 49.
Bodfish, W. P., iii. 229, 230, 235, 237.
Bragdon, C. F., vii. 585 ; viii. 7.
Broughton, Charles, iii. 699, 702, 703, 705, 707, 710, 711, 713, 714, 715 ; iv. 309 ;

v. 60, 499, 500; ix. 3, 8, 12, 61, 398, 531, 541, 705 ; x. 94, 214, 216, 218, 219,
220, 271, 272, 315, 473, 474, 477, 479, 541, 602.

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