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roate, th. - escort of the Cerdan.l. MASTER CI IS FATE, by J. MacLeron
Rakh, 97--tho cum mor headquartors Cobb.n, L.-IV., 439--V.-VL., 601--
of the Lokhtris, 100--the “Goulless VII-IX, 770.
Pass," 105-picturesquo dol!cs, 107– Matabeleland under British protectica,
the tributarios of tho Tigris, 103—tho 151.
chiof routes from the coast, 110- Melbourno sinistry, the, 830.
physiography of couch. west Porsia, Benagorio, 603.
112 - description oi Loristán, 114 dicerybor, an Amcrican, 8C9.
tao Lurs and thoir chiofs, 117--im Midland Railway botween St Pancrag
potency of Persia a3 8 military power, end Nottingha ta, prodlo of, 323.
119 Russian eatorprics in Contra! Migration of birds, 810.
Asia, io.---dovelopment of British com lorton's declaration regarding tho Cts.
mer:9 with Porcio, 120.

kot inttory, 804.
IPSUIT NOVITIATE, A GLIMP8D INTO A, SUHDEE IN A DREAM: Note to 'Scepcs
by M. E. Dziewicki, 366.

irone a Silon World,' No. V., 572.
Laialih, excursion to, 671.

NATURAL LUCRATION, by Johu Dior.
Lady Badr, Chaptors XXIV. XXVI., tipesu, 36- tatis ius of emigration and

-- XXVII. XXIX., 103 - XXX.. immigration, 10. -- lchour dilliculties,
XXXII, 347 - XXXII. · XXXVI., 37-State-directed colonisation, ib. -
408

XXXVII. · XXXVIII., 685 deatness of agricultural labour in Aus-
XXXIX.-XL., 310.

trolia, 39-pricticil colonisation, 40--
Lairc, David, and the Casket Lotters, 804. advantages of Now Zealand, 13-ig.
Lopers AT TIC Cape: Wanted, A culties of emigration, 44 -- pecuniary

LaTHER DARICI, 293--visit to tho cid to emigranti, 45-tho great exodus
loper settlcmont, ii-11017 tho leporo from Ireland, 40-injurious influencs
ere negloctca, 294-varictics of leprosy, of outdoor relief, 18.
205---disgraceful condition of tho lepor Nau, Claudo, Queen Mary's cccrotary,

vards, 297-duty of tho Stato, 200. 798.
Lopeng AT TIC CAPE: CORI.ESPONDENCE NAVAL MANCUVI:C5 Or 1889, 702, 564
AND EDITODIAL COUNT), 576.

-usoleconote of torpero bosts in bad
LCPERB AT TIC CAPE, LOC. ABOUT TIE, weather, iv. – lho real object of the
743.

moncuvres, 565 ---200 cf steam as a
Loprosy, varictics of, 295.

motive power by tho royal navy, 566--
LidcraT PARTY, Tue, by Lord Brabourno, risks of working heavy ironc'ads, 567

612 -- changes in tho cignificanco of --the strategy of the attacking 1set,
party Dancs, ib.--Liberal policy, ond 660 --- the operations on tho Scotch
what it mcana, C13 - the Unionist ccast, 569 -- the closing coons of the
Liberals, 544-the “New Liberalism," war, 570 - bciicd cruiscr3 oud thair
545-tho Irish Nationalists, 647-tho capacirics, 571.
spread of socialisi idcas, 648---tho in. Offenbach and his school, 393.
cidence of tcxction, 051-the crusado OLD SALOON, TAE:-
cgainst privaio property, 552--the dow August: Edinburgh in tho holiday
comocracy, 656-ie titiro question, ceacon, 254- The Wrong Boo, by R.
556-policy of obstruction, 558.

L. Stoveuicon and Lloyd Osbource, 255
Llaadolie Cathedral, 439.

idcalc: C Study from Lif', 257-
LOOKING BACK IN Yarrow, by J. B. A TVindow in Thrums, by J, M. Barrie,
Selkirk, 660.

262--!Jargaret Halipiant, by Mra
"Lord John Russell, tho Life of,' by Cumyns Carz, 267— Prenci and Eng.
Spencer Walpole, reviewed, 832.

lish, by P. G. Humcrion, 269--?ho
LOST--A HEART, by A. Werner, 422. Ascent of Man, by Mathilde Blind,
2laitland of Lethingiou, iho. Luinburgh 273--Clothed wiih the Sun: bring the
Roview'on, 794.

Book of the Illuminations of Asasla
Pargaret Maliphant;' by Mrs Comyns (Bonus) Kingsford, cdited by Edward
Carr, ravieweil, 267.

Maitland, 274.
SARIE BASHKIRTSEFF: A HUUAN Doou. Novombor: The Master of Ballan.
LICNT, by Hclon Ziminero, 300.

trae : & Winter's Talc, by Robert Louis
"Llarooned,' by W. Clark Russell, re Stevonson, 696--- An Irish Cousin, by
viewed, 705.

Geilles Horring and Martin Ross, 702
MARY STUART, TIL CASKET LETTERS - Marooned, by W. Clark Russell, 705

AND: A REPLY TO CERTAIN CRITICS, - The Rimoncs of Jenny Harlowe;
by John Skelton, 790.

and Sketches of l'criliin. Life, hy W.
• Plaster of Ballantrae, the : o Winter Clerk Russo!!, 707 -- The Friend of

Tale,' by Rolort Lonis Stovencon, re. Han; and his friends tho Pucls, by
viewed, 696.

Frances P. Coblo, 708—Vary Luwité :

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deagi. "Romance of Jenay Earlone, the ; and
tor, 712-Argio Songs, by Thomas Sketclicg cf Leritize Life,' by W.
Tod Stoddart; coith Memoir, by Clerk Baccall, rovised, 707.
Anna M. Stoddart, 719.

BUCOLL, Lord Jori, 23! – his life s
December : Edinburgh 03 art history cî England during isty 36223,
centre, 359 - Art in Scotland: its io his early lifo cad training, 333–
Origin and Progress, by Robert Bry visits Napoleon at Elks, 334 -onters
dall, 858-A Hemoir of Edward Achers public lifu, .-.ccopis chics under
Sothorn (" Lord Ducrocry"), by T. Earl Grey, ¢35—his concitational ra.
Edgar Pemborton, 863--02..y Burney forms, 086-iho Rofoon Act of 1331,
and her Irionde, by J. B. Coolsy, 064 837 the Volbourne Clinistry, €39–
-Lorier. 11. Llocts: kr Life, Loutrzy, Lord Pelosescton's monogenent of

and Jourirla, by Edrch B. Chcacy, foroiga cair, b.--the 3ed-chamber
& 868 — Further recollocons of i'r Plot, 090-irc.ty with the four freet

Thones Adolphus ?.01!0pa, 072— Ils Porzors, 341--diiteronco3 with France,
Parich, by F. Anctay, 374.

242-Tord John's dificulties with Pal.
OIL WORD, by Wallaco Bruco, 640.

morcion, 342 — Sir Robert Pool in
Ottoman Empira, military cirength of . FOT737, 343ihy Quoon's disapproba.
the, 750.

fius cf Palmerston, 245--collapse of
Palmerston's, Lord, mens coment of the Darby Covernment, 347_orma.

forcigo cfsir, 839 - Lord John Rus. tica ci the Alordeon Cabinct, ib. its
coll's dificulties with, 842.

overth. :17, 049410d Jcha's unission
* Parich, tko,' by F. Arstoy, reviotzea, to tlo Viana Confors209, 850—52n.
072.

curos opon Lord Jolin, 251_his per-
Peris, decay of tho influenco of, in France, concl outagonism to Lord Palmerston,
737.

10.-Lord John side the cocond Derby
Paris toyo, 601.

Corornment, C52-oneral opinion of
PARTITJOIT OF TOE EARTO, TEE, by Lord John's forsign policy, 253.

I'ricdrich Schillcr, translated by Sir Russian army, the, ead its organisation,
Thoodoro Mercio, 68.

753.
Podlugico-maling, 223.

Russian enterprise in Ceatral Asia, 119.
Porcio, couth-57c5i, płyciography of, 112. SOENES 7300M A SILENT WORLD, by a
PLANTER'S BURCALOV, TUL, 238.

Prison Visitor :-
POESIES FROM ADCOAD, by the Hon. IV. A man cnamourod of death, 23
'loronco Eonnikca, 108.

-thics of suicide, 27-an old woman's
Political agitations in Capri, 592.

indifferenco for life, 29 — remarkable
PORTRAIT OF Mr W. E., TE2, by Oscar cascs of reformation, 30--iho mysteri.
Wilde, 1.

ous life of tranıps, 83.
Prezbjtorien missions in East Africa, 149. V. Sentimental tenderness to crime,
Privatcoring, tho lat7 of, and the Declara. 158–, dream-crimo, 160—dificulty of
tion of Paris, 076.

estimating justly cho guilt of prison
Proportion, thcorice of, 400.

inmates, 163-effect of prison lifo oa
Rcoburn, Sir Honry, 360.

women, 104--the duty of the Govora.
Reilvay reading, 639.

mcnt' on Cho treatment of prisoners,
RECENT CONVERSATIONS IN A STUDIO,

169.
by W. W. Story, 69.

Scottish crown, the contest for the, 235.
Roform Act of 1831, the, 837.

Scottish To:i Soviciy, the, 793.
RIDC WITH A “Hionrlyer," A, 321. SESSION, TOD, 223--the debates on the
Robortson, Mr J. P. B. (the Lord Advo. griat Scotch measures, ib.-obstruction

cate), 13 a working politician, 436. to Irish bills, 124---discussion on royal
Roulrigics on Christian Perfection,' a grants, 427-dír Gladstone's desertion
Jesuit text-book, 372.

by his late Cubinet colleagues, 430-
ROLL OP BATTLE, TOE: A ROMANCE OF Separatist baiting of the Irish Secretary,

FEUDALISM, 223--pedigreo-making, ib. 431-reputation of Mr Balfour and the
-the great roll of historical charecters, Lord Advocato is working politicians,
224-power of the great noblc3, 225 436-work for Unionists, 438.
publication of The Battle Abbey Roll,' SuootiNG, THE ART OF, by T. E. Kebbel,
226_-destruction of the roll, 227 – the 467.
title of Aumale, 228--tho Lucy's, 230 Siain, the British stake in; 650.
-the Mowbrays, 231--the Portram3, So Long Ago, by Chas. Walter Boyd, 253.
232-the Cliffords, the Percys, and the Socialist ideas, ispread of, 548.
Nevillcs, 234-tlie contest for the Scot. 'Sothern, Edward Askow, a Memoir of
tish crovou, 235-1 the Buckinghemobiro (“Lord Dundre try'') by T. Edgar Pem-
Gronvilles, 236.

berton, review cu, 803.

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Soudan, eastern and western, 418.

638-railway reading, 689—-travelling
Spinster, the travelling, 640.

spinster, 640 — luggage, 641 - the
Bpiritualism and witchcraft in Zimmé, custom-house, 642the courier, 644-
334.

tipping, 645.
ST DYFRIO'S CITY, 485 Cardiff the Vates, by Charles Sayle, 210.

Castra Didii of tho Romans, ib. - Vedic hymns, reference to the Himalayas
Cardiff Castlo a superb monument of in the, 661.
faudal life, 486-removal of St Mary's Vienna Conference, the, 850.
Church, 487-the Bute family the true • Visit to Stanley's Rear-Guard at Major
builders of Cardiff, 488 - wealth of Barttelot's Camp on the Arnhwimi,
ecclesiastical legend, 489 - Llandaff by J. R. Werner, engineer, roviewed,
Cathedral, ib.-the primitivo church 146.
of Caerau, 491—an ancient highway, Vox Popoli Vox Dei, A DETERMINED
493_history of Cardiff Castle, 494 ARISTOCRAT DENOUNCES THE Doc
traditions of Cardiff, 497.

TRINE OF, 879.
State-directed colonisation, 37.

Window in Thrums, &,' by J. M.
Sabsidies to British steamers, 679.

Barrie, reviewed, 262.
“Suffolk Notes and Queries, " 619 WINTER BIRDS, 819—the migration of
Suicide, the ethics of, 27.

birds, ib. — watching the flocks of,
Superstition of the Hindoo shikarees, 671. crossing the German Ocean, 820 –
Taxation, tho incidence of, 551

woodcocks and snow. buntings, 821-
Telegraphing a Papal allocution to the thrush family, 822—the goldfinch,
America, 873.

821 – the British plover, 825 — tho
Thrush family, the, 822.

poacher, 826 — introduction of the
TIRDIE SHIEL'S IN YARROW, by John crossbills to Great Britain, 827-wild
Stuart Blackie, 854.

swans, ib.--Bewick's swan, 828—the
Tibetan antelope, the, 672.

sparrow, 829-animal movements in
Tigris, the tributaries of the, 108.

winter, 830.
Tipping, 645.

Wrong Box, the,' by R. L. Stevenson
Torpedo-boats, uselessness of, in ba.. and Lloyd Osbourne, reviewed, 255.
weather, 564.

ZIMME, MY FIRST VISIT to, by Holt S.
Touring, the pleasures of, 633.

Hallet, 327 — the American Presby.
Tramps, the mysterious lifo of, 33.

terian Mission establishment, ib.--the
Trausmigration in Zimmé, 339.

palace of the head king, 330—costums
• Trollope, Mr Thomas Adolphus, Fur. of the women, 331--audience of the

ther Recollections of,' reviewed, 872. king, 332 – proposal to construct a
UNIVERSITY EXTEN8108, THE, by Eliza railway, 333 - 3 regal trader, ib.
beth M. Johnstone, 659.

spiritualism and witchcraft, 334
UNSENTIMENTAL JOURNEY, NOTES FOB transmigration, 339— fortifications of

AN, 633—the pleasures of touring, ib. Zimmé, 343 the pagoda - of the
-the Channel passage, 636—the train. Emerald Rice-bowl, 344.

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