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EVOLUTION AND THE AMATEUR NATU-
FAMINE, A LESSON OF THE: AN INDIAN
FEMINISM, THE PSYCHOLOGY OF, 104.
FICTION, EARLY VICTORIAN, 636.
FICTION, THE INDIAN MUTINY IN, 218.
Fiction of the early Victorian school,
the, 636 et seq.-three groups of, 638
-the Society novels of, ib. et seq.-the
historical novels of, 645-the adven-
ture school of, 648 et seq.
Field, Mrs, 'Bryda,' a novel by, noticed,
Field, Mr Cyrus W., connection of, with
Atlantic cables, 269.
"FIELD, THE SENATE AND THE," 733.
Fitzgerald, Admiral C. C. Penrose,
'Life of Sir George Tryon' by, notice
Flinders, Matthew, voyages of discovery
by, 241 et seq.
'Flotsam,' by Mr Seton Merriman,
notice of, 226.
Forrest, Mr R. E., novels of the Mutiny
FORTY-ONE YEARS IN INDIA, 297.
France, M. Anatole, 'L'Orme du Mail
by, noticed, 455.
Franking letters, the practice of, 602.
FRANKLIN AND THE ARCTIC, 238.
'Franklin, Life of Sir John,' by Mr H.
D. Traill, review of, 238 et seq.
Franklin, Sir John, early life of, 240-
presence of, at the battle of Copen-
hagen, 241--appointment of, to the
Investigator, ib. -at Trafalgar, 243
-first Arctic voyage of, 244-second,
ib., 246-third, ib., 247-diplomatic
mission of, 250- -Governor of Tas-
mania, 252-story of the last voyage
of, 254 et seq.-character of, 256.
FRESH START, A, 158.
"GENTLEMAN OF FRANCE, A:"THE
REAL MONSIEUR D'ARTAGNAN, 759.
Gisborne, Mr F. N., originator of the
Atlantic cable, 269.
GOAT, THE: HIS USEFUL QUALITIES,
AND HOW HE CAME BY THEM, 398.
Goat, the, contrast between, and the
sheep, 398-liberal supply of milk
from, 399-climbing powers of, 400-
peculiarities of, 402-future of, 404.
Godavery delta, engineering works
carried out at the, 855 et seq.-com-
pletion of the works at the, 862-
wonders wrought at the, 867.
GORDON'S STAFF-OFFICER AT KHARTOUM,
Gray, Maxwell, 'In the Heart of the
Storm' by, noticed, 224.
Gray, Sir Thomas, account of the 'Scala-
cronica' by, 45 et seq.
GREAT SIBERIAN IRON ROAD, THE, 1.
Greeks, Sir William Harcourt's sym-
pathy with the, 877.
'Green Fire,' by Miss Fiona Macleod,
notice of, 189.
GUIDES, THE QUEEN'S OWN, 625.
Gunnaram Aqueduct, building of the,
Gun-shyness, uselessness of dogs affected
with, in sport, 748-instances of, due
to mismanagement in breaking, ib.-
prevention of, 750-cure of, 757.
HALCYON DAYS, 37.
Hannson, Fru Marholm, 'Modern
Woman' by, notice of, 108.*
HARCOURT AND CANNING, 877.
Harcourt, Sir William, utterances of,
in the war between Greece and Tur-
key, 877 et seq.-conduct of, in the
Transvaal difficulties, 880-statements
of, as regards the motives of the Eu-
ropean Powers, 883.
Harrisse, Mr, researches of, on the
Cabot expedition, 841 et seq. passim.
Henty, Mr G. A., Indian novels by, 225.
'Hindu-Kush, the Kafirs of the,' by Sir
George Robertson, notice of, 364.
Hopper, Miss Nora, the poems of, 189.
'Hornby, Life of Sir Geoffrey Phipps,'
by Mrs Egerton, notice of, 405.
House-furnishings, changes in, during
Victorian era, 621 et seq.
HOW THE FAMINE CAME TO BURMA, 536.
HUNGARIAN LOVE-STORY, A, 100.
Huysmans, M., En Route' by, notice
Hyde, Dr, peasant songs of Ireland by,
Ibsen, Henrik, notice of Little Eyolf,'
INDIA, FORTY-ONE YEARS IN, 297.
India, the route to, shortened by the
Suez Canal, 611-the Queen as Em-
press of, ib.
Indian famines, the problem of prevent-
ing, 854 et seq.
INDIAN MUTINY IN FICTION, THE, 218.
Indian Mutiny, the, an epoch-making
date in history, 297-false security be-
fore, 298-causes of, ib. et seq.-Lord
Roberts' part in, 300 et seq.- real
nature of, 303-results of, 305, 612.
INDIAN ROMANCE, AN : A LESSON OF
THE FAMINE, 852.
IRELAND REALLY OVERTAXED, IS? 118.
IRISH HOME, RECOLLECTIONS OF AN,
Irwin, H. C., A Man of Honour' by,
notice of, 230.
IS IRELAND REALLY OVERTAXED? 118.
James, G. P. R., the novels of, 648.
JAR, THE BLUE, 553.
"JÓ REGGELT!" A HUNGARIAN LOVE.
JOE, TRAVELLING, 420.
JOHN CABOT: AN ANNIVERSARY STORY,
Journalism, the early days of, 704-
Bohemianism the reproach of, 705-
leader writing in, 710- the foreign
correspondent in, 711 et seq.- the war
correspondent in, 715-modern in-
fluence of, 717-changes in, 718.
JOWETT, MR, AND OXFORD LIBERALISM,
Jowett, Mr, the biography of, 722—uni-
versity life of, 723 et seq.-some char-
aeteristics of, 726 et seq. - writings
of, 730—religious views of, 731.
JUNE 22ND, 887.
KAFIRISTÁN AND THE KÁFIRS, 359.
'Káfirs of the Hindu-Kush, the,' by
Sir George S. Robertson, notice of,
Káfirs, the, origin of, 359-notices by
travellers of, ib. et seq.-Dr Robert-
son's experiences amongst, 364 et seq.
Kandahar, Lord Roberts' march to, 311.
KHARTOUM, GORDON'S STAFF-OFFICER
King's Mousquetaires, the, M. de Tré-
ville, captain of, 761-M. d'Artagnan
joins, 765-dissolution of, ib.
Kingsley, Henry, notice of 'Stretton'
Kipling, Mr Rudyard, the qualifications
of, as a writer of Indian fiction, 231.
Kovalevsky, Sonia, the tragedy of, 108
Lamington, Lord, the Trout Fishing
Bill of, 872.
'Land Campaigns since Waterloo, Effect
of Maritime Command on,' by Major
C. E. Callwell, notice of, 405.
LAND OF SUSPENSE, THE: A STORY OF
THE SEEN AND UNSEEN, 131.
'Land of the Dollar, the,' by Mr G. W.
Steevens, notice of, 471.
'Les Trois Mousquetaires' of Dumas
founded on the Mémoires de M.
'Life of James II.,' the anonymous, ex-
amination of, as regards Marlborough's
alleged treason, 802.
'Life of Sir John Franklin' by Mr H.
D. Traill, review of, 238 et seq.
'Little Eyolf,' a matinée performance
Macleod, Miss Fiona, the Miriam of the
Celtic Renascence, 181, 189 et seq.-
notice of 'Green Fire' by, 189.
Macpherson, James, the "Nairne Papers"
of, examined, 800 et seq.
MANY WATERS, A CITY OF, 485.
Marlborough, alleged betrayal by, of the
English attack on Brest, 798- Lord
Wolseley's defence of, ib.-Mr Paget's
defence of, ib. · Colonel Parnell's
defence of, 800 Macpherson's
'Nairne Papers" examined as to
conduct of, 800 et seq. 'Life of
James II.' similarly examined in
defence of, 802 et seq.-the true case
MARLBOROUGH'S UNCONSCIOUS TREASON,
Matheson, Mrs Robertson, the poems
Maurice Dering,' a story of the Mutiny,
notice of, 220.
Maxwell, Sir Herbert, the Trout-Fishing
Bill of, 874.
Mazarin, Cardinal, avarice of, 764, 768
-death of, 769.
M'Carthy, Mr Justin H., 'A London
Legend' by, notice of, 225,
Meggat, trout-fishing in the, 869.
'Mémoires de M. d'Artagnan,' new edi-
tion of the, 759-Dumas' 'Les Trois
Mousquetaires' founded on the, ib.
MEMORIES, SOME PLANTATION, 331.
Merriman, Mr, Flotsam' by, notice of,
Ossian, Centenary Edition of, by Mr
William Sharp, notice of, 184 et seq.
OXFORD LIBERALISM, Mr JOWETT AND,
OYSTER, THE CHINESE, 280.
Paget, Mr, reply to Macaulay's charges
against Marlborough, by, 798.
Parnell, Colonel, defence of Marlborough
by, 801 et seq.
'Pibroch, the Lost' by Mr Neil Munro,
notice of, 190.
'Pickle the Spy' by Mr Andrew Lang,
notice of, 474.
PLANTATION MEMORIES, SOME, 331.
PLOT, THE BISHOP'S, 90.
'Policy, Naval,' by Mr G. W. Steevens,
notice of, 405.
Political prisoners, conveyance of Rus-
sian, to Siberia, 500 et seq., 665.
POLITICAL PROSPECT, THE, 444.
POLITICS, WOMAN IN, 342.
Postal system, changes in the, during
the Queen's reign, 604.
PRESS, THE NEWSPAPER: HALF A CEN-
TURY'S SURVEY, 704.
PRISONS OF SIBERIA, THE: I. ON THE
MARCH, 500, 653.
PROSPECT, THE POLITICAL, 444.
Protection of trout, necessity for the,
870 et seq.-recent legislation regard-
ing, 872 et seq.-memorandum of the
Upper Teviotdale Fisheries Associ-
ation on, 875.
PSYCHOLOGY OF FEMINISM, THE, 104.
QUEEN, TO THE: A NEW YEAR GREET-
'Queen's Desire, The,' by Mr Hume
Nisbet, notice of, 224.
QUEEN'S OWN GUIDES, THE, 625.
RAB VINCH'S WIFE, 232.
Raleigh, Sir Walter, execution of, at
RECENT BOOKS-FRENCH AND ENGLISH,
RECENT NAVAL BIOGRAPHY AND CRIT-
RECOLLECTIONS OF AN IRISH HOME, 578.
Registration of Teachers Bill, outline of
the proposed, 83-inequalities in, 84
REGISTRATION OF WOMEN TEACHERS,
Renan, M., influence of, on the Celtic
Renascence, 181, 182.
RENASCENCE, THE CELTIC, 181.
RETRIEVERS, AND HOW TO BREAK THEM,
Reviewing, Cobbett and Shelley on, 21
-the real object of, 24-the 'Edin-
burgh Review' and, 25-"slashing,"
26-quarterly, 28-university teach-
ing and, 29-over-abundance of, 30
-the payment of, 32-the pleasures
of, 33-editors and, 34, 35.
REVIEWING, TWENTY YEARS OF, 21.
Richard, King, result of conquests of,
in the East, 390-defeat of Saladin
by, 395 et seq.
Roberts, Lord, 'Forty-one years in
India' by, a review of, 297.
Robertson, Sir George, The Káfirs of
the Hindu-Kush' by, notice of, 364.
ROMANCE, AN INDIAN: A LESSON OF
THE FAMINE, 852.
Royal Commission on Tweed and Solway
Fisheries, close-time for trout recom-
mended by the, 874.
Russian convicts, march of, to Siberia,
500 et seq., 656 et seq. étapes or
places of confinement for, on the
march, 656, 666-allowances to, on
the march, 657, 665-hospital accom-
modation for, on the march, 666.
Russian navy, construction of vessels
for the, 572.
SALADIN AND KING RICHARD:
EASTERN QUESTION IN THE TWELFTH
Saladin, character of, 392-victory of,
at Hattin, 393-subsequent career of,
394 et seq.
Salisbury, Lord, attacks on, by Sir
William Harcourt, 877 et seq. passim
-speech of, on the results of the
Græco-Turkish war, 879.
SALMON-POACHING STORY, AN OLD, 690.
'Scalacronica,' account of the, by Sir
Thomas Gray, 45 et seq.
Schreiner, Mrs Olive, Trooper Peter
Halket of Mashonaland' by, notice of,
'Seeta,' a novel of the Mutiny by Col.
Meadows Taylor, notice of, 222.
"SENATE AND THE FIELD, THE," 733.
Sharp, Mr William, The Poems of
Ossian' edited by, notice of, 184
Shaw, Mr Thomas, attempts of, to de-
feat the bill for a close-time for trout
in Scotland, 875.
SIBERIA, THE PRISONS OF: I. ON THE
MARCH, 500, 653.
SIBERIAN IRON ROAD, THE GREAT, 1.
Sinclair, Miss Catherine, the novels of,
SIXTY YEARS SINCE, TIS, 599.
Slave-dhow, description of a Russian,
508 et seq.
SOLDIER'S CHRONICLE, A, 45.
SOME IMPRESSIONS OF SOUTHERN CALI-
SOME PLANTATION MEMORIES, 331.
START, A FRESH, 158.
Steel, Mrs F. A., .On the Face of the
Waters' by, notice of, 228.
Steevens, Mr G. W., Naval Policy
by, notice of, 405-'The Land of
the Dollar' by, notice of, 471.
Stewart, Colonel, early career of, 317-
travels of, in Asia Minor, 318-de-
spatch of, to Khartúm, 319-ap-
pointed staff-officer to General Gordon
in the Súdán expedition, 321-again
sent to Khartúm, 323-operations of,
in the Súdán, 324 et seq.-murder of,
at Hebba, 330-estimate of, ib.
Stirling, Sir T. Gray's account of the
siege of, 48.
Street, Mr G. S., 'The Wise and the
Wayward' by, notice of, 483.
'Stretton,' Henry Kingsley's, notice of,
Surgical science, advances in, during
Victorian era, 619.
SURREY, DARIEL: A ROMANCE
Chapters XII-XV., 58-XVI. -XX., 192—
XXI. - XXIV., 367- -XXV. -XXX., 514-
SUSPENSE, THE LAND OF A STORY OF
THE SEEN AND UNSEEN, 131.
"TIS SIXTY YEARS SINCE, 599.
TO THE QUEEN: A NEW YEAR GREET-
TOMSK, A LEGEND OF: MONARCH OR
Tomsk, description of the town of, 258
-the Forwarding Prison at, descrip- .
tion of, 653 et seq.-march of convicts
to Siberia from, 656 et seq.
"Touchstone of Peril, The,' by Mr R. E.
Forrest, noticed, 223.
Traill, Mr H. D., 'Life of Sir John
Franklin' by, review of, 238 et seq.
TRANS-PACIFIC CABLE, THE ALL-BRIT-
Trans-Siberian Railway, the, route of,
1, 4-map of, 2-history of, 3 et seq.-
cost of, 4-emigration by, 5 et seq., 15
-description of a journey on, 8 et seq.
---convict labour on, 14-excellence of,
17, 18-probable results of, 19.
Travel, improved modes of, in the Vic-
torian era, 605.
TRAVELLING JOE, 420.
TREASON, MARLBOROUGH'S UNCONSCIOUS,
Trooper Peter Halket of Mashonaland'
by Olive Schreiner, notice of, 476.
TROUT, A CLOSE-TIME FOR, IN SCOTLAND,
Trout-fishing, decline of, in Scotland,
869-reasons alleged for decline of,
870-necessity of a close-time for, ib.
―legislation regarding, 872.
'Tryon, Life of Sir George,' by Admiral
C. C. Penrose Fitzgerald, notice of,
Upper Teviotdale Fisheries Association,
memorandum of, as to protection of
Victorian era, progress during the, 599
Virginia, description of, at the close of
the Civil War, 331-Uncle Archie as
a planter in, 333-William Henry
Higginbottom, farmer in, 335-John
Jones, farmer in, 336-the plantation
negro of, 338 et seq.-autumn in, 340.
Voluntary Schools Bill, the, passing of,
733-resistance to, 735-object of, 740.
WALKS, ELRICK, 823.
Walton, Izaak, death of, at Winchester,
WIFE, RAB VINCH'S, 232.
Winchester, origin of the name, 485-
early history of, ib. et seq.-Dunstan's
connection with, 487-William the
Conqueror at, 489-decadence of, 491
-suppression of the monasteries at,
494-return of prosperity to, 496-
modern aspect of, 497 et seq.
'Wise and the Wayward, The,' by Mr
G. S. Street, notice of, 483.
Wolseley, Lord, the defence of Marl-
borough by, 798 et seq. passim.
WOMAN IN POLITICS, 342.
Woman suffrage, the modern demand
for, 342 et seq.-origin of the move-
ment for, 344-apathy of women in
regard to, 346—influence of, on legis-
lation, 347 asserted necessity for,
349-validity of claim for, question-
able, 350-possibilities involved in,
WOMEN TEACHERS, THE REGISTRATION
Yeats, Mr, the prose tales of, notice of,
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