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'Marriage, the Amazing,' by George
Meredith, noticed, 503.
MEDICAL DEPARTMENT, THE ARMY, 747.
Mendelssohn, the domestic felicity of,
Meredith, George, notice of 'The
Amazing Marriage' by, 503.
Meung, description of the village of,
MIDNIGHT CONVERSATION, A, 308.
Milford, a typical Irish fair at, 471-
the murder of Lord Leitrim at, ib.
Millais, Sir John, an estimate of the
'Moni und Mirze,' by Countess Kuen-
burg, review of, 235 et seq.
MORE REFLECTIONS OF A SCHOOL-
MASTER: WAVERLEY AND THE ILIAD,
Morocco, the strangest building in, 200.
Morrison, Arthur, A Child of the
Jago' by, reviewed, 841.
MOUNTAINS, AN EXCURSION IN THE
Mozart, the love affairs of, 32.
MUSICAL TEMPERAMENT AND ITS MANI-
Musicians, the mental traits of some
great, 30 et seq.
Musset, Alfred de, anecdote regarding,
and Baron Rothschild, 338.
'Mutter' by Madame de Berlepsch, re-
view of, 238 et seq.
Napoleon, behaviour of, on board the
Northumberland, 541 et seq.- the
plan of, for invading England, 543
-story of the marriage of, 544—petu-
lance of, 547.
NAPOLEON'S VOYAGE TO ST HELENA,
Navy, the bounty and pressgang sys-
tems in the, 678-unfitness of the
mercantile marine for the, 679 et seq.
-the deficiency of men for the, 680
-the uselessness of the R.N. Re-
serves for the, 683 et seq.-ships, not
men, required for the, 690, 691.
NEW BOY IN FICTION, A, 800.
NIGHT, OUT OF THE, 550.
Nightingale, Florence, institution of
trained nurses in war-time by, 758.
'NORTHAMPTONSHIRE, BIRDS of,' Lord
NORWAY, THE GAME AND GAME LAWS
NOVELS OF MR BLACKMORE, THE, 409.
NOVELS, SOME GERMAN, 226.
Obstruction, various kinds of, 434-the
dangers of indirect, 435.
OLD AGE, THE VERDICT of, 555.
'Old Things,' by Henry James, a
notice of, 502.
Oliphant, Laurence, the resignation of,
as Times' correspondent, 348.
Opposition, the power of a weak, 431.
Orleans, obliteration of old landmarks
OUT OF THE NIGHT, 550.
PARIS, FORTUNES OF:
FIFTY YEARS, 336.
Paris, the deterioration of, during the
half-century, 339-state of, during the
siege, 346 et seq.
PARTY FUTURE, THE, 715.
PARTY HISTORY, THE LAST CHAPTER
PASSION PLAY AT SELZACH, THE, 315.
Patiala, the loyalty of, during the Indian
PEASANT HOST OF THE DORDOGNE, MY,
Peel, Miss Helen, notice of Polar
Gleams' by, 64.
Persia, the domination of Russia over,
Pfeiffer, Ida, outline of the travels of,
50, 51-courage of, 51-character of,
'Philosophy of Belief, the,' by the Duke
of Argyll, notice of, 556 et seq.
POLITICS IN RECENT ITALIAN FICTION,
POOR LAW, A PRODUCT OF THE, 533.
Poor, some philanthropic misconceptions
regarding the, 483, 486.
Portnoo, Donegal, the possibilities of,
as a watering-place, 479.
PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION AS I SAW IT,
Presidential election, the, influence of
the bimetallist question on, 861-of
Protection on, 865-of Mr Mark
Hanna's advocacy on, 866-of the
attitude in the South on, 867-of the
Chicago platform on, 870-of Gov-
ernor Altgeld on ib.-net result of,
PRODUCT OF THE POOR LAW, a, 533.
RAID AMONG BOOKS, A, 822.
Rathmullan, a visit of the Channel Fleet
OF A SCHOOLMASTER,
MORE: WAVERLEY AND THE ILIAD,'
Reindeer, necessity for the protection
of, in Norway, 90 et seq.
Rhodes, Mr Cecil, extent of the per-
sonal influence of, 270-South Afri-
can opinion regarding, 271-political
methods of, 281-the connection of,
with the Afrikander Bond, 282-the
Chartered Company and, 286-disin-
genuous dealings of, with Mr Mac-
kenzie, 287--as an administrator, 288.
Rhodesia, outline of the history of, 286
ROBIN REDIVIVUS, 1.
Rochefort, character of, 342.
Rosapenna, the effect of Lord Leitrim's
work at, 472-as a touring centre, 473.
Rosebery, Lord, justification of the re-
tirement of, 715-the choice of a suc-
cessor to, 716 et seq., 721-results of
the resignation of, on the separation
of parties, 722.
RUSSIA, HOLY," IN, 692.
RUSSIA, THE APOTHEOSIS OF, 135.
Russia, the coronation of the Czar of,
135-the extent of the ambition of,
136-the alliance of France and, 137
-the policy of, in Africa, 138, 139–
the triumphs of, in the East, 140-
Turkey and, ib. et seq.-designs of,
on Persia, 142-Li Hung Chang and,
143-Japan and, 145-the develop-
ment of the navy of, 146 threat-
ened danger to Britain from, 147 et
seq.-the teaching of languages in,
693-account of a middle-class dinner-
party in, 694-a military camp in-
697 physique and equipment of
soldiers in, 698, 699-the dishonesty
of official, 701, 702-suggested settle-
ment of the Eastern question by, 857.
SAMOAN ELOPEMENT, A, 508.
'Schloss Hubertus' by Ludwig Gang-
hofer, a review of, 227 et seq.
SCHOOLMASTER, MORE REFLECTIONS OF
A: WAVERLEY AND THE ILIAD,' 374.
SCHOOLMASTER, SOME REFLECTIONS OF
Schools, workhouse barrack, the evils
of, 533, 538-comparison of, with
other expedients, 539.
Schumann, the admirable character of,
'Scoundrels, a Book of,' by Charles
Whibley, reviewed, 844.
SECRET SOCIETIES IN CHINA, 793.
Selzach, history of the passion play at,
316 et seq.-description of the perfor-
mance at, 319 et seq.
SELZACH, THE PASSION PLAY at, 315.
'Sentimental Tommy,' by J. M. Barrie,
review of, 800.
SERVICE TROOPS, THE INDIAN IMPE-
Sexes, the separation of the, in our
home-life, 484 et seq.
Sheffield, a successful experiment in the
workhouse system at, 539.
'Shirley, Table-Talk of,' the Second
Series of, by John Skelton, C.B., re-
Singh, Colonel Maharajah Sir Partab,
character of, 11.
Singh, Rajah Sir Ram, Commander-in-
Chief in Kashmir, 10.
Slieve Liag, grandeur of the Donegal
Sodor, the derivation of the name, 22.
SOME GERMAN NOVELS, 226.
SOME REFLECTIONS OF A SCHOOLMASTER,
SOUTH AFRICA, ENGLAND'S DUTY IN:
A STUDY ON THE GROUND, 265.
South Africa, review of the recent crisis
in, 265-outline map of the Political
Divisions of, 267-Mr Chamberlain's
diplomacy, 269 et seq.-the nature of
Mr Rhodes's influence, 270-unreality
of the Uitlander agitation, 271-ef-
fects of the crisis, 273, 274, 275-the
Kaiser's intervention, 274-retrospect
of British influence in, 276-the effect
of Majuba Hill, ib.-Kruger's policy,
277-land-hunger the real cause of the
difficulties, 278-race-feeling in, 280
-Mr Rhodes's policy, 281-criticism
of the Chartered Company, 282 et seq.
-incompetence of the Company's ad-
ministration, 285-outline of the his-
tory of Rhodesia, 286 et seq. the
scramble for territory in, 290-neces-
sity for reorganisation in, 291-direct
imperial administration the only hope
of, 293 et seq.
ST HELENA, NAPOLEON'S VOYAGE TO,
STABLING, CAVALRY, 513.
Stabling, the drawbacks of the present
method of cavalry, 514 et seq.—the
benefits of open-air, 516 et seq.
Stewart, Mr, of Ards, patriotic work of,
in Donegal, 474.
'Story of My Life, the,' by Augustus
J. C. Hare, reviewed, 833.
STRANGE EPISODE IN THE LIFE OF
MAJOR-GENERAL SIR JAMES BROWNE,
'Studies subsidiary to Butler's Works,'
by Mr Gladstone, notice of, 556
SUDAN ADVANCE, THE WHAT NEXT?
Sudan, cause of the revolt in the, 301—
the future government of the, 302.
SUMMER CAME TO CAITHNESS, HOW,
Sun Wên, connection of, with the
"White Lily" secret society, 793.
SURREY, DARIEL: A ROMANCE OF,
Chapters I.-IV., 443 —v.-VII., 586 -
'Table-Talk of Shirley,' the Second
Series of, by John Skelton, C.B., re-
Taylor, Miss Annie R., the travels of,
in Tibet, 65.
TEA-TIME IN THE VILLAGE, 520.
AND ITS MANIFESTA.
TIONS, THE MUSICAL, 29.
Thomson, Joseph, the travels of, in
Morocco, 195, 204.
THROUGH TOURAINE ON WHEELS, 251.
Tinne, Alexandrine, early travels of,
52-journey to Khartoum of, 53-
meeting of, with Speke and Grant,
ib.-disastrous expedition of, 54-
eccentricity of, in Cairo, 54, 55-
murder of, ib.-admiration of, by
Tobacco, the growing of, in France, 428.
Torture, some old Scottish instruments
Tory Island, description of the Irish
natives of, 472, 473-connection of,
with the early history of Christianity,
TOURAINE ON WHEELS, THROUGH, 251.
Tours, description of the town of, 259.
TRAVELLERS, LADY, 49.
Travers, Graham, notice of 'Fellow
Travellers,' by, 505.
TROOPS, THE INDIAN IMPERIAL SER-
Trusts, forthcoming contest in the
United States against, 872.
Tuileries, description of the gaieties in
the, during the Second Empire, 344.
Turkey, the attitude of, to Russia, 140
-massacres of the Armenians by, 847
United States, the, Presidential election
in, 859-importance of "business
in, 861-the bimetallist problem in,
part played by Protection in
Presidential election in, 865-bitter-
ness in, between North and South,
867 relations between labour and
capital in, 872.
Utrecht, description of, 632, 636 et seq.
-a students' carnival at, 635.
VACCINATION, OUR DUTY IN REGARD
Vaccination, ravages of smallpox prior
to, 703-the history of, 704-legisla-
tion affecting, 705 et seq.—the findings
of the Royal Commission on, 707 et
seq. objections to, 710- the testi-
mony of statistics to, 713-our duty
in regard to, ib. et seq.
VAUGHAN, FATHER JEROME, 668.
Vaughan, Father Jerome, early success
and personal qualities of, 670-founda-
tion of Fort Augustus by, 671-sepa-
ration of, from the English Benedic-
tines, 673 the ousting of, by a
German, 674 et seq.-last schemes an
death of, 676 et seq.
VERDICT OF OLD AGE, THE, 555.
VILLAGE, TEA-TIME IN THE, 520.
VLINT, WIDDer, 463.
VOYAGE TO ST HELENA, NAPOLEON'S,
Wagner, the contemptible character of,
33 et seq.
Watts, Mr, the value of the portrait-
painting of, 498 et seq.
Waverley Novels, the characters of the,
compared with those of the 'Iliad,' 374
WHEELS, THROUGH TOURAINE ON, 251.
Whibley, Charles, A Book of Scoun-
drels by, reviewed, 844.
"White Lily" secret society of China,
Whitehurst, Felix, career of, as news-
paper correspondent in Paris, 340.
WIDDER VLINT, 463.
Willis, Miss Blanche Howard, notice of
a story by, 502.
Wine, account of the manufacture of,
in a French village, 429.
Woman, the position of, in English
home-life, 484 et seq.
Workhouse girl, a, an indictment of the
present system, 533 et seq.
YACHTING, CONTINENTAL, 402.
Yachting, development of, in America
and the Continent, 402 et seq.-in the
Baltic, 403-application of aluminium
to, 406-the German Emperor and, ib.
Zarkten, description of the village and
Sheikh of, 198.
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