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History (see also English History): “ The Meeting Place of Geology and History," by Sir J. W'. Dawson,
Rev. D. Gath Whitley on, Crit R, July. Hoar, Judge.--How Judge Hoar Cease 1 to be American Attorney-General, by
J. D. Cox, A M, Aug.
The Autumn Holiday, by H. D. Traill, Nat R. Aug.
Brodrick, Hon. G. C., and Others on, FR, Aug.
Mitchell, P. Chalmers, on, New R, Aug.
India (see also Contents of the Asiatic Quarterly, Calcutta Review, India,
Indian Magazine and Review):
J. W. Williams on, WR, Aug.
Unsigned Article on, Q R. July.
Banking in Ireland, CJ, Aug.
Early Christian Buildings in Ireland, G. H. Orpen ou, LH, Aug.
The Crispi Dictatorship, Ouida on, CR, Aug.
Mahomet and Malome danism : Islam, Q R, July.
Marriage and Divorce, Canon Knox Little on, CR, Aug.
T. W. Belcber, RC, July.
Crit R, July.
St. Swithun's, Winchester, Mac, Aug.
The Passing of the Monk, Q R, July.
Davis, John, on, A, July.
The Revival of Napoleon-Worship, by J. W. Russell, Can M, July.' Natural History, (see also Birds, Fishes; and Contents of knowledge, Natural
Science, Science Gossip): Heaths, Mosses, and Meres, by “A Son of the Marshes," Black, Aug.
Human Expression in Animals, Fred Miller ou, WM, July Navies, (see also Contents of Journal of the Royal United Service Institution
and United Service Magazines):
Torpedoes, Lieut. J. B. Briggs on, Fr L, Ang.
Hon. Sir Robert Stout on, A Q, July.
In the New Zealand Alps, by E. A. Fitzgerald, CR, Aug. Newfoundland : Judge Prowse's “ History of Newfoundland," W R. Aug. Nordau, Dr. Max, and “ Degeneration":
His Replies to His Critics, C M, Aug. ; F, July ; N AR, July.
Japan (see also Orient):
Japan and China in Korea, see Korea.
Rambles in Japan, by Canon H. B. Tristram, LH, Aug.
The New Journalism, Miss E. March Phillips on, New R, Aug.
Old Age Homes in Austria, Miss Edith Sellers on, NC. Aug.
The Most Noble Orders, Mary Howarth on, Ata, July.
Foreign Orders and Decorations, E. Denloh ou, Cos, July. Orient (see also Korea, etc.):
Some Phases of the Eastern Question, LQ, July.
Open Furrows in the Orient, by J. Cook, OD, July.
Hubert Grayle on, Lud M, Aug.
Kindergarten (see also Contents of Hand and Eye):
Child Life and the Kindergarten, by Frank B. V rooman, A, July.
McGiffed, P. N., on, CM, Aug.
Mahan, A. T., on, CM, Aug.
Beardsley, jun., Q J Econ, July.
R. Halstead, Econ R, July. The Factory Children, Econ R, July. Labra lor, LQ, July. Lakes: Bathymetrical Survey of the English Lakes, by Dr. Hugh R. Mill,
“The Decay of Literary Taste," E. Gosse on, NA R. July.
Hankin, TC, June.
Londoners at Home, Q R, July,
Palestine (see also Contents of Palestine Exploration Finl):
Tbe Fountain of Capernaum, by Rev. Hugh Macmillan, Sun H, Aug.
Timely Truths for the Ins and the Outs, by Kosmo Wilkinson, FR, Aug.
" Z." on, New R, Aug.
Curious Acts of Parliament, A. J. Gordon ou, GM, Aug.
Econ R, July. Pe llars, Mac, Aug. Pestalozzi, Henry, M. Eastwood on, G T, Aug. Petty, Sir William, ER, July; LQ, July. Phillips, Wendell, Richard J. Hinton on, A, Jaly. Philo Concerning the Contemplative Life, by F. C. Cony beare, Jew Q, July. Philosophy, see Contents of Mind, Monist, Philosophical Review. l'hotography (see also Contents of Photogram, Wilson's Photographic
Magazine): We Three and the Camera in Switzerland, by Miss Hulda Friederichs,
amit gontents of Padminton Martin ang
sport, see Fishing and Contents of Badminton Magazine.
Portrait and Autograph of, Cos, July.
R. L. Stevenson at Vailima, Samoa, Fr L, Aug.
In Chalet Laud, C, Aug. Symonds, J. A., Q R, July.
Taka koji, CJ, Aug.
Actors and Dramatists, Herbert Spencer on, CR, Aug.
A Dialogue on the Drama, by H. A. Kennely, N C, Aug.
Armenian Question, see Armenia.
United States (see also Race Problems, Bible in Schools, Education : Berkshire,
Boston, Chicago, Colorado, California, etc.): Sound Currency the Dominant Political Issue in America, by W Salomun.
F, July. Wall Street and the Cre lit of the Government, by A. C. Steveus, RRA,
Ping, Lee, Guy Boothby ou, CJ, Aug.
Poets, Herbert Spencer on, CR, Aug.
Poema del Cid, W. Butterworth on, Man Q, July.
Empiricism in Politics, T. Mackay ou, Nat R, Aug.
A M, Aug. Positivism, see Contents of Positivist Review. Poultry-Farming : Reminiscences of a Poultry-Yard, Black, Aug. Prayer : A Defence of Prayer, by Dr. W. Barry, NC, Aug. Prison Committee Report, Sir E. Du Cane on, N C, Aug. Psychical Research, see Ghosts; and Contents of Borderland, Proceelings of
the Society for Psychical Research. Psychology, (see also Contents of Mind, Monist, Psychological Review):
T. J. Hudson's Duality of Mind Disproved, by Rev. T. E, Allen, A, July.
Scarborough, Free R, Aug.
The Dawn of the Railway Era, by W. B. Paley, TC, June. !
on, WR, Aug.
Lord Rosebery and the Liberal Party, by W. L. Stobart, F R, Aug.
Samoan Life on the Copra Plantations, F. M. Turner on, Fr L, Aug.
The Disposal of a City's Waste, Col. G. E. Waring, jun., on, NAR, July. Sans-Gêne, Madame, -The Real Madame Saus-Gêne, by C. Johnston, Cal R,
The Case for Norwegian Liberalism, by Prof. Sars, FR, Aug.
A King's Scheme of Scandinavian Unification, by Carl Siewers,'F R, Aug. Scieoce, (see also Contents of Science Progress):
Scieuce in Fetters, by Prof. St. George Mivart, DR, July. Scotland (see also Contents of Scottish Review)
The Men of the Hills, Mac, Aug.
On Western Islay, by J. Baker, CFM, Aug. Scott, Sir Walter,Some Characteristics of Scott's Poetry, by Principal A. M.
Williams, Scots, Aug. Seeley, Sir John Robert, J. R. Tanner on, EH, July. Shakespeare's Clowns, A. W. Fox on, Man Q, July. Sheep : Wild Traits in the Sheep, by Dr. L. Robinson, NA R. July. Shipping: The Proposed New Route from British North America, Duncan
Macarthur on, WR, Aug. Single Tax, see under Laud. Siráf, Ancient Trading Centre of the Persian Gulf, by Capt. A. W. Stiffe, G J,
Aug. Smith, Adam, and His Friends, ER, July. “Social Evolution," by Benjamin Kidd, T. Roosevelt on, NARJuly. Social Purity : Opposing Views by Legislators on Age of Consent Legislation,
Symposium on, A, July
Social Anarchy, by Grant Allen, H, Aug.
The March of Socialism in France, by A. Hamon, Free R, Aug.
The Spanish Peninsula, by B. 0. Flower, A. July.
The Romance of Spain, by C. W. Wood, Arg. Aug.
How Free Silver would Affect the Unite ! States, br E.O. Leech, NAR, July. The Minimum Principle in the Tariff of 1823 and Its Recent Revival in the
Unite i States, by S. B. Harding, A APS, July, Salutary Results of the Income Tax Decision in America, by G. F. Edmund,
F, July. Political Dangers of the Income Tax Decision in America, by E. B. Whitner.
F, July. Position of the American Representative in Congress, by C. H. Lincola,
A APS, July. A Previous Era of Popular Madness in America and Its Lessons, by E. G.
Ross, F, July. Six Years of Civil Service Reform in the Unite 1 States, 1889-1895, T.
Roosevelt on, Scrib, Aug. Political Heredity in the Unite 1 States, by H. King, Chaut, July. The American Social Problem as affected by Immigration, Dr. B. F. Kidder
on, Hom R, July. Bathing at the American Sea-Shore Resorts, J. Howe Adams on, Cos, July. Universities :
Modern Oxford, W. Channing Arnold on, TC, June.
Scot R, July.
Wheeler, Long, Aug.
Woman, Past or Present? by Lady Violet Greville, T C, June.
Case, Professor T., ou, FR, Aug.
Wells, H. G., on, Bkman, Ang.
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LONDON, Sept. 2, 1895. as to the dangers which menace the tranquillity we The appointment of Field-Marshal Lord have so long enjoyed. I don't think there will be Commander- Wolseley to the command-in-chief- of war. But I do feel that it will depend upon the
in-chief. the British army, in place of the Duke courage and resolution and resource of Lord Salisbury of Cambridge, has been hailed with general satis- and his colleagues, whether we reach the New Year faction. The Duke lingers reluctant at the wings, in peace. In Armenia, China, Siam, and Central being loath to quit the stage on which he has been so Africa there are plenty of questions which may at long a conspicuous figure. But although he delayed any moment explode like a bomb, and it will need his departure, feeling, as he says, he has the spirit of all the firmness of a Ministry with a inajority of a young man of twenty-five under the hair silvered 150 at its back to prevent the local explosion firing by the snow of seventy-six winters, he has gone at the general powder magazine. last, and Lord Wolseley reigns in his stead. With The Chief The peril, the only serious peril, to peace the passing of the Duke disappears the last link Hope of is now as always in Paris. And our which connected the army of to-day with the army eace. chief security, that the innumerable questhat fought in the Crimea. Lord Wolseley, who tions which are at issue between England and France fought as a youngster before Sebastopol, is a man of all round the world will not be allowed to culminate the new school, the worthy head of an army which in war, lies in the strength and the efficiency of regards soldiering as a profession and a science rather the British fleet. Those French journalists who than as an amusement. If any one can give us are perpetually writing as if they desired nothing so twenty shillings for one pound in the shape of much as war with England, although they may inflame efficient soldiers, Lord Wolseley is that man. Let the relations between the nations, are not after all us hope that the uniform good luck which has the real rulers of France. When the French Ministers followed him through all his career will not desert and Deputies' look seriously into the question of him now that he has achieved the summit of his peace or war, they will find themselves confronted ambition.
by a series of considerations which will almost The change has not been made a moment certainly lead them to avoid pushing matters to Chances too soon. I hope that the year will pass extremities. A war with England would be of
of War. without any outbreak of war, but the necessity a naval war, and in a naval war France barometer seems to be falling rapidly, and in the without allies, or with an ally whose fleet could not time of storm and stress Britain does well to have effect a junction with her squadrons, could not keep her most capable captain in the saddle. There is a the sea. She would either have to face battle in feel of cannon thunder in the air. I am not an the open against superior numbers, in which it is alarmist. I think I may fairly claim to have been almost a mathematical certainty that the victory always one of the optimists as to the prospects of would remain with the stronger fleet, or she would peace. But not for many years have I felt so uneasy have to confine herself to furtive expeditions from