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INDEX TO VOL. CXXX.
* Abode of Snow,' the author of the. 141. a sergeant's exploit, 280—the armis-
sentation of address, 286.
THE TRANSVAAL. 753—Boer patriots,
trasted with Sophocles's “Electra,” 761-Native question, 766—massacre
of Bronker's Spruit, 769.
Boers, siege of Standerton by the, 1,
Booth, Mr. Edwin, his Shakespearian
SAGES IN THE LIFE OF A FRENCH Bricks, Egyptian, 215.
Britain, Great, her relations with Tunis,
-ascent of the Jungfrau, 378—view Bronker's Spruit, massacre of, 769.
Servitude in Siberia,' by Fedor Dos-
Campbell, Professor, his · Three Plays
of Sophocles,' 308 et seq.
Nichol, Scott's illustrations to, 607. Mr. Morley's life, ib. the Free Trade
movement, 796 et seq.- peace princi,
GIBBON, 229–No. V., CARLO GOL cial difficulties, 807 et seq.
Carnarvon, Lord, his translation of the
Cervantes, Mr. Duffield's blunders re-
Claretie, M. Jules, his ‘Monsieur le
Concordia hut, the, 379.
Parliament for unlimited liability, Cowper's early training, 231.
Cyprus, capture of, by the Turks, 473.
Daira Sanieh, administration of the,
704– Le Petit Chose,' 715.
DEFENCE OF STANDERTON, Part I., painting, ib. ---pre-Raphaelite move-
Empire, 436—their effacement under Garcia, Pauline, De Musset and, 77.
GIBBON, EDWARD: AUTOBIOGRAPHIES,
Catholic, 235—banishment to Lau-
sanne, 237 - love-passages, 240 —
'Essai sur l'étude de la Littérature,'
tion of the Decline and Fall,' 246–
or, Ten Years of Penal Servitude in 405—his financial reputation, 502-
his threat to the Scotch banks, 509-
deterioration of Parliament under,
‘Don Quixote' reviewed, 469. GLADSTONIANISM, THE ETHICS OF, 634.
J. S. B., 785.
cles, 307-compared with the Electra No. V., 516-early days, 518-adven-
of Æschylus and Euripides, ib. et seq. ture with players, 519–career at
Pavia, 521-return from college, 522
examination, 529 - scene at the
-Mr. Gladstone's supersession of his 534-tutor to the French princesses,
Grimsel valley, the, 381.
Haybee, 212 et seq.
87-his death, 90.
Herodotus, his account of the Laby.
Orkney, 394—the Orkney sheriffs,
celebrities, 398—"Brochs,” 399.
AN OLD TRAMP, 164—Isle of Wight
70—' Souvenirs de Mme. C. Jaubert,' mountain dangers, 172—Grampians,
HOLIDAYS, BY J. LOGIE ROBERTSON,
Roumestan,' 704—Le Petit Chose,' Howara, Pyramid of, 39.
Perdue,' 719— Séduction,' 721. Ireland and the Tariff, 531.
ence of French women, 430 et seq. Irrigation in Egypt, 226.
ISEMBHEB, EXCAVATIONS AT, 572 -
ruins of, 213 et seq.--Hermopolis ib.-CANTILENA, 389-SONNET, 390
LONDON STAGE, THE MEININGEN COM-
LORDS, THE LAND BILL IN THE, 405.
Luncheon recollections, 106 et seq.
LABYRINTH AND THE LAKES, 36– Malingering in prison, 33.
Mæris, Lake, 42.
Musset, De, Mme. Jaubert's recollec-
- sensational legislation, ib. — the Neaves, Lord, his sheriffship of Ork-
fects of the Bill on the Irish, 411. Northcote, Sir Stafford, his application
OLD TRAMP, HINTS FOR AN AUTUMNAL
RAMBLE BY AN, 393.
Oxford Fellows in the time of Gibbon,
PERIOD, THE FIXED: Part I., 413–
“Peter the Hermit,” by David Scott,
Porto, tho, its firman to the Bey of Spectacular offect and dramatic intorost,
Stage, influence of the foreiga, on the
53—Part X., 184–Conclusion, 287. START, A FALSE: A MORAL COMEDY,
in the, 619, 622-hotels, 624-legends, Strabo, his account of the Labyrinth,
STRADIVARIUS, THE SECRET OF THE,
Sugar industry in Egypt, 46, 48.
-youthful memories, ib. — picnics, Surarich, excavations at, 347.
Fair Trade suggested, 547 et seq.
tariff reform and Ireland, 531.
-objections of the Goveroment, ib.
TRAMP, AN OLD: HINTS FOR THE VA:
TRANSVAAL, BESIEGED IN THE: DE-
FENCE OF STANDERTON, 1, 264.
BOERS AT HOME, 753,
TUNIS, 128 - its history, ib.-French
ennes,' 129-Goldoni's visit to, 540. tions with, ib.—the Sultan's firman,
Bill, 407 et seq.-his speeches at New Kasr-Essaid, 138-attitude of Italy,
BY AN OLD TRAMP, 164.
Parliament for unlimited liability, Spirit of the Storm," by David
WAR CORRESPONDENT, THE ADVEN-
Wight, Isle of, rambles in, 164.
WORDS OF WISDOM FROM GOETHE, by
J. S. B., 785.
Z., UNCLE: No. I., 143—No. II., 855
Zowyeh el Miuteen, its tombs, 850.