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next administration, Republican to be perceived in the unexampled or Democratic, might witness the numbers who this beginning of the work. Perhaps, against the party of their nominal too, at some approaching day there allegiance. Such a class would may grow up in the United States
be a surer safeguard to the country a class at present conspicuously than many Supreme Courts. And absent-a class analogous to what the country needs it. For if this the Greeks happily called “the memorable election
means anymiddle citizens.' That is a class thing, it means the opening of the which is not violently prejudiced assault of poverty and discontent in favour of any party, which is upon the dominion of
riches. not in want, but is not rich, and Masquerading to-day behind a does not wish to be. Possessing vain and trivial irrelevancy, it other aims than wealth, its politics yet shows its black and vengeful will be to make the United States face under the mask. To-morrow a country fit for a poor man to it will rush to the onslaught stark live in. There is perhaps the and hideous and very wicked, but nucleus of this non-partisan party with much wickedness to avenge.
G. W. STEEVENS.
INDEX TO VOL. CLX.
Abyssinia, the tactics of Russia in, 138 of the Crimean War, 750—Royal Com.
et seq.--the position of Italy in, 297. mission on, 752—present constitution
sible occupants of the Presidentship -trained nurses as a branch of the
work of, 758–disinclination to seek
Army, the high efficiency of the Egyp-
Arnold, Matthew, mistaken criticism of
ATLAS MOUNTAINS, AN EXCURSION IN
Baker, Lady, examples of the courage
Baltic, excellence of the, as a yachting
dential election in, 859 et seq. Barrie, J. M., 'Sentimental Tommy'
Bayreuth, the pilgrimage to, a modern
fashion, 493 the hallucination of,
Beaugency, historical associations of
examination of the proposed, with Beethoven, the love passages in the life
higher Atlas, 200-guerilla warfare
among, 202—curiosity of, respecting
spondence of,' by Dr Macdonnell, re. Berlepsch, Madame de, review of Mut-
ter' by, 238 et seq.
osophy of Belief' by the, 556 et seq. Bimetallist struggle, the, in the Presi-
Turkish rule, 852–present relations Bingham, Captain the Hon. D., 'Recol-
the career of, 540.
history of, 747 et seq.-at the period Lilford's, 117.
59 et 867
796 et seq.
Bishop, Vrs, record of the travels of, Chicago platform, the, in the Presidential
son, reviewed, 841.
weakness of the plots of the novels of, -the position of Li Hung Chang
Chinese secret society, initiation into a,
276-the real cause of the antagon- at, 5, 9, 12, 14.
Whibley, reviewed, 844.
Club, Cyclists' Touring, an advantage
THE CLOSURE AND,
Presidential election, 867.
CONTINENTAL YACHTING, 402.
-the occasional bombast of, 185– Cyclists' Touring Club, an advantage of
DARK DONEGAL, IN, 467.
DIKES AND DUNES, BEHIND, 626.
Donegal, the supply of adequate hotels
470-civilising influence of golf in, 471
services to, 472-tea-drinking and in-
present system of stabling, 514 et seq. route in, 474—the village of Dunfan-
-the Celtic natives of, 476- the Plan
of Campaign in, 477— a picture of
in, ib.-two notable cliff walks in, 430.
connection of Mr Dordogne, method of fishing in the, 426
Irish village of, 475.
304 et seq.
DUTY IN REGARD TO VACCINATION, OUR, Gunpowder Plot ?' by, examined, 775
sidiary to Butler's Works' by, 556 et
8. utterances of, on the Eastern
of, 847-alleged duty of Great Britain Glawa, description of the castle of the
settlement of, by united Europe, 858. Gordon Cumming, Miss, the travels of,
GUNPOWDER PLOT, THE, 775.
ments in, 775—works on, ib.-Father
spirators in, 777-traditional story of,
alleged complicity of Government in,
781 — discovery of, 785-fall of the
Gweedore, a picture of Irish squalor at,
GENERAL Sir JAMES BROWNE, A Haggis, the origin of, 23.
Hamburg, development of yacht-build-
Handel, unemotional nature of, 30, 31.
Presidential election, 866.
my Life' by, reviewed, 833.
Hats, some serious consequences of the
HAWAGHY WA’L Bint : AN EGYPTIAN
monastery of, 671— separation of, HEATHER, THE, 642.
from the English Benedictines, 673. Henty, Mr, remarks on some boys' books
Holland, the attractions of, as a holiday
137 et seq.-opposition of, to English 628–Friesland's patronage of, 630-
Home-life, some aspects of English, 484
birds on, 476.
of stabling cavalry, 514 et seq.- advan-
alry, 516 et seq.
House of Commons, degeneration of the,
How SUMMER CAME TO CAITHNESS, 16.
402 et son:
the, with those of the Waverley useful work of, in Donegal, 472.
Letters of Frederic Lord Blachford,
onies, 1860-1871,' reviewed, 829.
'Life and Correspondence of William
Connor Magee, Archbishop of York,
donell, reviewed, 822,
history of, 5-details concerning, in Li Hung Chang, anomalies in the effu-
LILFORD'S, LORD, 'BIRDS OF Nortii.
Liszt, the emotional aberrations of,
Loches, historical associations connected
LOCKHART, JOHN GIBSON, 607.
of, with Mr Blackwood, 609 --- Mr
of Maga' to, 610 et spp. Scott's
614-contributions of, to Maga' in
Bar, 617 — the caricatures of, 621-
pathetic story of the last years of,
troops of, 9—loyalty of the Maharajah Londonderry, party demonstrations in,
LUCILLE : A TALE OF THE FRANCO-GER-
403—account of the dockyard at, 404. M'Grigor, Sir James, services of, to the
High Politics, Chapters XIX., XX., Mackenzie, Mr John, the treatment of,
Majority, misconceptions regarding the
actual power of a large Parliamentary,
Malet, Lucas, The Carissima' by, re-
Manning, Cardinal, the portrait of, by
MAYNING THE NAVY, 678.
rocco, 195, 196.
607 et seq.