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REVIEWS:

Acworth, W. M., The Railways and the Traders. By John Macdonell
Bentham, Jeremy, A Fragment on Government. Edited, with an Introduc-
tion, by F. C. Montague. By: J. S. Mackenzie

434 Booth, Charles, Labour and Life of the People. Volume II., London, continued. By L. L. Price

565 Les Budgets Comparés des cent Monographics de Familles publiée, dans Les

Ouvriers Européens ct " Les Ouvriers de Deux Mondes." Avec une

introduction par M E. Cheysson et M. Alfred Toqué. By Henry Higgs 759 Coit, Stanton, Neighbourhood Guilds : An Instrument of Social Reform. By L. L. Price

785 Conigliani, C. A., Notc Sloriche sulla Questione Giuridica dei Pagamenti Monetarii. By James Bonar

779 Coulanges, Fustel de, The Origin of Property in Land. Translated by Mar

garet Ashley. With Introduction by Il'. J. Ashley. By F. C. Montague 752 Dawson, William Harbrett, German Socialism and Ferdinand, Lassalle : A

Biographical History of German Socialistic Movements during this Cen-
tury

789
Deloume, A., Les Manicurs d'Argent à Rome. By Franklin T. Richards
Dictionary of Political Economy. Edited by R. H. Inglis Palgrave. First
Part, Abatement-Bede. By L. L. Price

605 Dictionnaire d' Economie Politique. Tomc XI. By F. C. Montague... Ely, Richard T., An Introduction to Political Economy. With a Preface by J. K. Ingram. By L. L. Price

609 Gibbins, H. de B. Industrial History of England. By F. C. Montague

755 Goss, John Dean, The History of Tarifi Administration in the United States. By Prof. C. F. Bastable

780 Graham, William, Socialism, New and Old. By John Rae

430 Gross, Charles, The Gild Merchant : A Contribution to British Municipal History. By F. W. Maitland...

220 Gunton, George, Principles of Social Economics. By Prof. J. S. Nicholson 426 Hobson, J. A., Problems of Poverty : An Inquiry into the Industrial Condition of the Poor. By H. Llewellyn Smith

583 Holyoake, George Jacob, The Co-operative Movement To-day. By James Bonar

774 Howell, George, Trade Unionism, New and old. By L. L. Price

570 Keynes, John Neville, The Scope and Methods of Political Economy. By Prof. F. Y. Edgeworth...

420 Longstaff, G. B., Studies in StatisticsSocial, Political, and Medical... 756 Mackenzie, John S., An Introduction to Social Philosophy. By James Bonar

577 Mallet, Louis, Free Exchange ; papers on Political and Economical Subjects, in

cluding chapters on the Law of Value and Unearned Increment. By
James Bonar

761 Marshall, Prof. Alfred, Principles of Economics. Vol. I. By Prof. F. Y. Edgeworth

611 Mavor, James, The Scottish Railway Strike, 1891 : A History and Criticism. By L. L. Price

596 Mayo-Smith, Richmond, Emigration and Immigration : A Study in Social Science. By L. L. Price

227 Millington, F. H., The Housing of the Poor. By F. C. Montague

787 Molinari, G. de, Notions Fondamentales d'Économie Politique et Programme Économique. By E. ('astelot ...

601 Morris, William, Neus from Nowhere. By William Graham

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Naquet, A., Collectivist Socialism and the Socialisin of the Liberal School : A

Criticism and an Exposition. Translated by William Heaford. By
John Rae...

787
Patten, Prof. Simon N., The Economic Basis of Protection. By Prof. C. F.
Bastable ...

596
Potter, Beatrice, The Co-operative Movement in Great Britain. By James
Bonar

774
Price, L. L., A Short History of Political Economy in England. From Adam
Smith to Arnold Toynbce. By James Bonar...

608
Price, L. L., West Barbary ;'or, Notes on th: System of Work and Il'ages in
the Cornish Mincs. By Prof. J. E. C. Munro

758
Rae, John, Contemporary Socialism. By J. S. Mackenzie

586
Ricardo, David, Principles of Political Economy and Tacation. Edited by
E, C. K. Gonner. By J. N. Keynes ...

769
Ritchie, D. G., Principles of State Interference. Four Essays on the Political

Philosophy of Mr. Herbert Spencer, J. S. Mill, and I'. H. Green. By F.
('. Montague

580
Schullern, Dr. Hy., Dic theoretische Nationalökonomie Italiens in neuster Zeit.
By M. Pantaleoni

765
Sidgwick, Prof. Henry, The Elements of Politics. By Prof F. Y. Elgeworth. 781
Social Science Series, By L. L. Price

573
Dawson, William Harbutt, The Unearned Increment.
Laveleye, Émile de, Luxury.
Aveling, Edward and Eleanor Marx, The Working Class Movement in

America.
Lafargue, Paul, The Evolution of Property from Savagery to Civilization.
Thompson, Herbert M., The Purse and the Conscience.

Morrison, William Douglas, Crime and its Causcs.
Transactions of the Political Economy Circle of the National Liberal Club. By
F. C. Montague

599
Walter of Henley's Husbandry, together with an Anonymous Husbandry, Senes.

chaucies and Robert Grosseteste's Rules. With Transcripts, &c., by Elizabeth
Lamond ; Introduction by Il'. Cunningham. By F. W. Maitland

225
Webb, Sidney: The London Programme. By John Rae

789
Webb, Sidney, and Cox, Harold, The Eight Hours Day. By John Rae 426
Wittelshöfer, Otto, Untersuchungen über das Kapital. By J. Bonar ... 423
Recent Periodicals and New Books

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NOTES AND MEMORANDA-
Bastable, Prof. C. F., The Report of the House Committee on the Senate
Bill providing for the Free Coinage of Silver

796
Bauer, Stephan, Austrian Correspondence

814
Bishop, W. H., The Argentine Crisis

533
Castelot, E., Paris Correspondence

813
Coinage Act, The

544
Collet, Clara E., Reports of the Massachussets Bureau of Statisties of Labour
on Working Women, 1870-1889

398
Crisis of 1890, The

192
Crump, Arthur, The Baring Financial ('risis

388
Dendy, H., The Causes of Poverty

808
Ellis, Arthur, The Portuguese Crisis

394
Uruguay, A Financial Incident

538
Current Topics

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NOTES AND MEMORANDA (continued)—

Lloyd, T., The Silver Question in America
Longstaff, G. B., The Estimation of Populations in the Interval between Two

Successive Censuses
Macdonell, John, The Railway Rates Committee
Martin, John B., The Evolution of Our Banking System
Mavor, Prof. James, The Scottish Railway Strike
Munro, Prof. J. E. C., The International Miners' Congress

Return of Rates of Wages in the Mines and Quarries
in the United Kingdom with Report thereon of 1891
Profit-Sharing
Rae, John, The Eight Hours' Day in Australia

The German Socialist Party
Industrial Congresses
The Labour Commission
The New East India Factory Act

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BRITISH ECONOMIC ASSOCIATION

Council :-

THE RIGHT Hon. G. J. GOSCHEN, M.P., President.

The Right Hon. A. J. BALFOUR, M.P.
The Right Hon. H. C. E. CHILDERS, M.P.
The Right Hon. LEONARD H. COURTNEY, M.P.
The Right Hon. JOHN MORLEY, M.P.

Vice-Presidents.

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PROFESSOR F. Y. EDGEWORTH, M.A., D.C.L., Editor and Secretary.

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The British Economic Association was fouuded at a Meeting held at University College, London, on November 20th, 1890, the Chancellor of the Exchequer being in the chair. The object of the Association is the advancement of economic knowledge by the issue of a Journal and other printed publications, and by such other means as the Association may from time to time agree to adopt.

It is intended that the Journal should represent all shades of economic opinion, and be the organ not of one school of economists, but of all schools; and it has been thought that this end will be best attained by the publication of the Journal under the authority of an Economic Association.

The Association may gradually enlarge the scope of its action. It may supply a common meeting-place for English economists, and bring them together from time to time. It may increase its issues of economic publications, such as translations of foreign works, reprints of old and rare economic classics, &c. And lastly, if its funds suffice for the purpose, it may do good service by promoting economic investigations, especially such as cannot well be undertaken by Government departments, and yet involve considerable

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