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France (see also Articles under Napoleon I., Napoleon III., Canada, Mada
gascar, Women): The French Republic, by Prof. C. M. Andrews, Chaut, Oct. The Present State of Politics in France, by L. C. R. Duncombe-Jewell,
Family Life in France, by E, Harrison, LH, Nov.
The Phosphate-Rock Deposits of Tennessee, by L. P. Brou, Eng M, Oct. Germany:
The Rise of Protestantism in Germany, by J. M. Stone, M, Oct.
Gladstone the Theologian, by “ Macrobius," Free R, Nov.
Mr. Gladstone's “ Studies on But'er," see Butler (Bishop)
Abbott, 0., on, EI, Nov.
Behind Dikes and Dunes, Black, Nov.
Labour (see also under Women :
Leaders of the Bar, Str, Oct.
Famous Trials, J. B. Atlay on, C, Nov.
The Liberal Leadersbip, Prog R, Nov. .
Haldane, R. B., on, Prog R, Nov.
Wallace, R., ou, Prog R, Nov. Libraries, see Contents of Library. Lighthouses : The Building of Minot's Ledge Lighthouse, by C. A. Lawrence,
NEM, Oct. Lincoln, Abrabam, Ida M. Tarbell on, McCl, Nor. Lincolu Palace, by Rev. A. R. Maddison, Sun M, Nov. Literature, see Articles under Languages, Books, Poetry, Fiction, Journalism
Periodicals, Criticism, Copyright, American Literature, Italian Literature,
Round the London Restaurants, by W. J. Wintle, W M . Oct.
Japanesque Elements, by E. W. Clement, A, Oct.
Frauce's Task in Madagascar, by F. Taylor, NAR. Oct.
Madagascar and the Malagasy, by Mary Titcomb, Fr L, Nov.
Eng WR, O t.
Marshall, under Astronoming on, PMM
Idols, Str, Oct
Indian Magazine and Review):
Land Purchase in Ireland, by George Fottrell. N C. Nov.
The Literary Landmarks of Florence, by Laurence Hutton, Harp, Nov.. !
Practical School of Journalism, Ata. Nor.
Punch and Cousin Jonathao, by M. H. Spielmann, CFM. Nov. • The Peking Gazette and Chinese Pusting, by E. H. Parker, Long, Nov. Königsfeld, see uuder Germany.
Marshall, Horace, W. T. Steal on, Y M, Nov.
Hindustani Doctors, by W. W. Ireland, Scots, Nov.
The Story of Selborne Priory, Mac, Nov.
Bell, Mackenzie, on, FR, Nov.
Municipal Reform, by W. H. Tolman, A, Oct.
GM, Nov. '
Fishing, Sport, Plant Life, etc.; and Contents of Irish Naturalist,
Journal of Microscopy, Knowledge, Natural Science, Nature Notes);
Animal Curiosity, by A. H. Japp, Os, Nov.
The Strength of the Navy, by H. W. Wilson, FR, Nov.
Our Great Naval Hero, by Clark Russell, EI, Nov.
How Nelson lost His Arm, by Randolph Murray, PM, Nor.
Election Day in New York, by E. Ingersoll, CM, Nov.
Rossetti Family, LQR, Oct.
Some Unmarried Princesses of Europe, by Laura A. Smith, Ata, Nov. Russia :
Russia and Europe, by E. J. Dillon, CR, Nov.
In “Holy Russia,” Black, Nov.
The Tsar in France, by “ A Spectator," New R, Nov.
Nietzsche, Friedrich, and the Ideals of Anarchy, Q R. Oct.
Pictures of the Orient, by Arthur Fish, C
The Country and the Ministry, ER, Oct.
The Commons at Work, by M. MacDonagh, TB, Nov.
Edith Sellers, Nat R, Nov. Pawnbroking, Municipal, CJ, Nov. Payn, James, Interview, by Rev. I. Harris, G T, Nov. Pembroke, Mary Sidney, Countess of, W. H. Davenport Adams on, Ata,
Nos. Periodicals: Magazine Editors and Contributors, by F. M. Bird, Lipp, Nov. Persecuting Spirit, B. 9. Flower on, A, Oct. Petöfi, Alexander, Jessie D. Montgoinery on, TB, Yor. Phelps, Elizabeth Stuart, Antobiographical, Mcci, Nov. Philanthropy : The Social Pbilosophy of Charity Organization, by John A.
Hobson, CR, Nov.
Self-Protection in Plants and Flowers, by W. Johnson, P M Q, Oct.
How Plants Spread, by T. H. Kearney, Jr., St N, Nov.
Policy. Woman Suffrage, etc.):
Politics and Public Opinion, by “X,"PMQ, Oct.
Insanity in Prisons, by B. C. Molloy, Prog R, Nov.
Italian Prisous, by Sir Edmund F. Du Cano, PMM, Nov.
Eeroyd, Nat R, Nov.
Soul Evolution, by J. F. Clark, A, Oct.
The Eogine-Driver Talks, by H. Macfarlave. E I, Vov.
Sanitation, see Water, etc.; and Coutents of Public Health, Sanitary Journal.
Poetry of the Skalds, W. A. Craigie on, Scot Å, Oct.
The Kingdom of Fife, ER, Oct.
A Summer Tour in the Scottish Highlands, by T. L. James, Cos, Oct.
The Idealism of Shelley, by 'Florence E. Hobson, Free R, Nov.
Shelley and Verlaine, by Alice L. Wilson, P L, Sept.
the Englia Mytholosuces, Janon, RRA:
Sicily and the English Occupation, TB, Nov.
Syracuse and Sicilian Mythology, by T. Kay, Man Q, Oct.
Socialism defined, by A. Hamon, Free R, Nov.
The Present Socialist Position, by R. D. Melville, WR, Nov. Sorabji, Miss Cornelia, a Pioneer in Law, Eng WR, Oct. Soudan, see Egypt and the Soudan. Spain : The Ruins of Pobl t, by Charles W. Wood, Arg, Nor, Sport (see also Dogs, Deer-Hunting, Fishing; and Contents of Badminton
Spence Watson, WR, Nov.
Teneriffe, see uuder Canary Islands.
"Cymbeline" at the Lyceum, R. Warwick Boud on, FR, Nov.
Stars That have set in the Theatrical World, Lud, Nov.
Trafalgar and To-day, by II. W. Wilson, Nat R. Nov.
Turkish Mis-Government, W. S. Blant on, NC, Nov.
The Turkish Embassy in London, by J. F. F., EI, Nov.
Railroading in the Rocky Mountains, by Cy Warman, Mcci, Yoy. Randolph, Anson Davies Fitz, E. Mix and W. M. Paxton on, PRR, Oct.
Ireseut Evolution of Man": A Reply, FR, Yov, Pepplier, Agnes, Lelia H. Bugg on, CW, Oct. Roodesia, see under Africa. Richardson's (Samuel “ Pamela," Helen Shipton on, MP, Nov. Richelieu, Cardinal, J. B. Perkins on, Chaut, Oct. Romanes, Prof. George John, R. Hind on, PMQ, Oct. Rorke, Miss Kate, Interview, by Baroness von Zeulitz, Eng W, Nov. Posebery, Lord, (see also Liberal Party): Lord Rosebery's Second Thoughts on the Armenian Question, by “ Diplo
maticus," FR, Nov.
Dicey, Edward, on, FR, Nov.
Unsigned Article on, Black, Nov.
United States (see also Articles on American History, American Literature,
Books, Journalismu, Universities, Clubs, Municipal Government, Race Problems, Chinese Question, Opium, Navies, Shipping, Lighthouses, Rail
ways, Geology, Birds, Alaska, New York, etc.): United States Politics, by Thomas B. Reed, NAR. Oct. The United States Electoral System, by Bishop S. M. Merrill, N AR, Oct. The American Ballot, by H. H. Lusk, F, Oct. The Rise of the National Democracy,” by E. G. Dunnell, RRA. Oct. The Domivant Idea of American Democracy, by Prof. F. X. Thorpe, Harp, Nov.
Universities (see also un ler Education):
The Function of a University, by G. W. Prothero, Scot R, Ot.
Vaccination, Prof. Sir T. Grainger Stewart on, Black, Nor.
A. Macalister on, Crit R, Oct. Willows, Grant Allen on, Long, Nov. Women (see also Articles under Education, Marriage, Club, lan
Monasteries, Servant Question): Dual Suffrage, by Mrs. E. Q. Norton, A, Oct. Of Women in Assemblies, by Mrs. McIlquham, NC, Nor. The Woman Question, Grant Allen on, H, Nov. Women and the Factory Acts, Eng WR, Oct. The Rise of Women's Conferences, by A. Amy Bulley, Eng W, So. Woman under the English Law, ER, Oct. Woman and Motherhood, by Miss C, S. Bremner, H, Nov. "Chrystal, the Newest of Women," by A. H. Coleman, Free R, Nor, The Modern Woman Out-of-Doors, by Anna W. Sears, Cos, Oct. Should Women Flirt ? by Annie S. Swan and Others, W H, No. Women Bachelors in New York, by J. Chandler Harris, Scribor A Group of Eminent French Women, by E. L. Didier, Chaut, 02
Women's Meetiugs in Finland, bg Baroness Gripenberg, Eng W R. O1 Yachting in Southern Tasmania, by L. E. Macnaughten, Bad M. Nos.
Zangwill, Israel, Iuterview, by P. L. P, Y M, Nov.
How Presidents are made, by A. Holden Byles, Cosmop, Nor.
Dovald, R., ou, Lud, Nor.
Money and the Masses in America, Q R, Out
Harrison, Benjamin, F, 0-t.
Stahl, John M., F, Oct.
Bemis, BS, Oct.
Clark, W., NAR, Oct.
Windmilller, L., N AR, Oct.
Jones, A, Oct.
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