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1.—The Queen's Man; by Miss Price. Chapters I.-III.
2.–From Chemulpo to Seoul ; by Captain Casserly
3.—The Tramp; by Hume Nisbet .
4.-A Christian Legend ; by Henry Kingsley
5.--The Eternal Feminine ; by a Man.
6.—The First Englishman in Japan; by W. G. Hutchison
7.-Prisoners on Prisons; by Criminologist
8.—The English Theatre ; by C. G. Compton
9.—Catharine the Second and Her Court ; by W. F.

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For APRIL, 1904, contains

1.-The Court of Sacharissa ; by Hugh Sheringham and Nevill Meakin. Conclusion.
2.--Harrow Revisited ; by Sir Charles Bruce, G.C.M.G.
3. —Paracelsus Redivivus.
4.- The River-Roads of Australia ; by W. H. Ogilvie.
5.-Contraband of War; by T. Baty.
6.-A Sırayed Soul.
7.---Thirty Years Ago in Japan ; by H. F. Abell.
8.-- The Boer War through German Glasses ; by Particeps.
9.---Alfred Ainger ; by the Master of Peterhouse.

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