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INDEX TO VOL. CXXX.

* Abode of Snow,' the author of the. 141. a sergeant's exploit, 280—the armis-
ADVENTURES OF A WAR CORRESPON- ticc, 2824news of peace, 285-pre-
DENT, THE, 724.

sentation of address, 286.
Advocate, the calling of a Venetian, BOERS AT HOME, THE: JOTTINGS FROM
530.

THE TRANSVAAL. 753—Boer patriots,
Æschylus, the “Choëphori” of, con 754-manner of living, 758—religion,

trasted with Sophocles's “Electra,” 761-Native question, 766—massacre
306 et seq.

of Bronker's Spruit, 769.
Agates, 168.

Boers, siege of Standerton by the, 1,
“ Alchymist, the," by David Scott, 604. 264.
Alfieri's Oreste,' 330.

Booth, Mr. Edwin, his Shakespearian
ALIVE, AND YET DEAD: SOME Pas representations, 252.

SAGES IN THE LIFE OF A FRENCH Bricks, Egyptian, 215.
CONVICT, 646.

Britain, Great, her relations with Tunis,
ALMER, WITH CHRISTIAN, IN THE 130.
OBERLAND, 375—the Bergli hut, 376 “Brochs" in Orknev, 399.

-ascent of the Jungfrau, 378—view Bronker's Spruit, massacre of, 769.
from its summit, 379–Grimsel val. Buckle's early reading, 231.
ley, 380—the Lauteraarjoch, 381— “Buried Alive; or, Ten Years of Penal
the Schreckhorn, 383.

Servitude in Siberia,' by Fedor Dos-
Ameni, King of Egypt, his tomb, 352. toyeffsky, 29
Ammon, the priest-kings of, 214. BURTON, THE LATE JOHN HILL, 401.
Ammonites, 165.

Campbell, Professor, his · Three Plays
Andorra, the Republic of, 632.

of Sophocles,' 308 et seq.
'Architecture of the Heavens,' by CANONISATION OF COBDEN, THE, 793—

Nichol, Scott's illustrations to, 607. Mr. Morley's life, ib. the Free Trade
Augerville, Berryer at, 71 et seq.

movement, 796 et seq.- peace princi,
AUTOBIOGRAPHIES: No. IV., EDWARD ples, 804–French treaty, 806-finan-

GIBBON, 229–No. V., CARLO GOL cial difficulties, 807 et seq.
DONI, 516.

Carnarvon, Lord, his translation of the
AUTUMNAL RAMBLE, HINTS FOR AN, “Agamemnon,” 308 et seq.
BY AN OLD TRAMP, 393.

Cervantes, Mr. Duffield's blunders re-
Aytoun, his sheriffship of Orkney, 395. garding. 472.
Bähr Youssef, 37 et seq.

Claretie, M. Jules, his ‘Monsieur le
Bank-notes, State claim to issue, 509. Ministre,' 718.
BANK-NOTES, THE THREATENED ABOLI Colley, Sir George, 1.
TION OF, 502.

Concordia hut, the, 379.
Banks, the Scotch, their application to Coptic marriages, 379—funerals, 343.

Parliament for unlimited liability, Cowper's early training, 231.
507.

Crocodile-worship, 43.
Basque Song of Roland, the, 630. Curchod, Susan, Mme. Necker, 240 et
Bedouins, the Sheikh of all the, 49. seq.
Belgiojoso, Princess dc, 76.

Cyprus, capture of, by the Turks, 473.
Ben Lomond, rambles on, 170.

Daira Sanieh, administration of the,
Bergli hut, the, 376.

224.
Berryer, Mme. Jaubert's recollections Daudet, M., his Numa Roumestan,'
of, 71.

704– Le Petit Chose,' 715.
BESIEGED IN THE TRANSVAAL: THE David SCOTT, R.S.A., 589—ideals in

DEFENCE OF STANDERTON, Part I., painting, ib. ---pre-Raphaelite move-
1-interview with Sir George Colley, ment, 590—Scott's early years, 591-
ib.-journey to Standerton, 2 et seq. studies, 592—visit to Italy, 595—writ-
preparations for defence, 8-message ings on art, 598—reiurn to Edin-
from the Boers, 10-proclamation of burgh, 599-designs, 604-death, 609.
martial law, 12-appearance of the DECADENCE OF FRENCHWOMEN, THE,
Boers, 14 et seq.-the Standerton 429 -- abandonment of principles
Times,' 20—Conclusion, 264-pogi- under the Republic, ib.—the influ-
tion of the town, ib.-a Zulu messen ence of Frenchwomen in the past,
ger, 269, 270—"dodges,” 273-execu 431—the Faubourg St. Germain, 434
tion, 274-a night sally, 275 et seq.-- -Frenchwomen under the Second

Empire, 436—their effacement under Garcia, Pauline, De Musset and, 77.
the Republic, 437—the degree of de- Gavarnie, the Cirque of, 626.
cadence, 441-prospects of a survi. German studies in Shakespeare, 248.
val, 445.

GIBBON, EDWARD: AUTOBIOGRAPHIES,
DECOYS AND DECOYING, 745—history No. IV., 229—his family, 2304life
of decoys, ib.-mode of working, 747 at Oxford, 233-becomes a Roman
-statistics of decoying, 751.

Catholic, 235—banishment to Lau-
DENIS, 491.

sanne, 237 - love-passages, 240 —
Derbyshire, rambles in, 166.

'Essai sur l'étude de la Littérature,'
“Descent from the Cross," by David 242— life in England, 245—-comple-
Scott, story of, 601.

tion of the Decline and Fall,' 246–
Don QUIXOTE, A NEW, 469.

death, 247.
Dostoyeffsky, Fedor, his ‘Buried Alive; Gladstone, his sensational legislation,

or, Ten Years of Penal Servitude in 405—his financial reputation, 502-
Siberia,' 29.

his threat to the Scotch banks, 509-
Drury Lane, the Meiningen Company his supersession of his party, 634
at, 248.

deterioration of Parliament under,
Duffield, Mr. A. J., his translation of 641.

‘Don Quixote' reviewed, 469. GLADSTONIANISM, THE ETHICS OF, 634.
Egypt, change in character of the GOETHE, WORDS OF WISDOM FROM, by
natives of, 221.

J. S. B., 785.
ELECTRA, 306—the Electra of Soplio GOLDONI, CARLO: AUTOBIOGRAPHIES,

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
Enfida case, the, 133.

Pavia, 521-return from college, 522
• Essai sur l'étude de la Littérature,' -law studies at Modena, 525-his
242.

examination, 529 - scene at the
ETHICS OF GLADSTONIANISM, THE, 634 Giant's Stairs, 530—theatrical career,

-Mr. Gladstone's supersession of his 534-tutor to the French princesses,
party, ib.-the policy of cant, 636— 539—visit to Rousseau, 540.
speeches at Leeds, 638—influence of Grampians, the, 169, 173.
the Premier on Parliament, 641—on Greville, Henry, ‘Perdue,' by, 719.
society, 644.

Grimsel valley, the, 381.
Euripides, the Electra of, 306 et seq. Haller, Dr., death of, 381.
Fair Trade, suggestions for, 547. Hamirs, French expedition against,
FALSE START, A: A MORAL COMEDY, 135.
331.

Haybee, 212 et seq.
Faubourg St. Germain, its society, 434. Heine, Mme. Jaubert's recollections of,
Fayoum, attractions of the, 52.

87-his death, 90.
Female criminals, their subjugation to Heredity in crime, 26 et seq.
the males, 22.

Herodotus, his account of the Laby.
Five Years' Penal Servitude,' 25. rinth, 39.
FIXED PERIOD, THE: Part I., 413– Himalayas, the, compared with the
Part II., 553— Part III., 681.

Alps, 178.
FLORIO: A LITTLE TRAGEDY, 179. HINTS FOR AN AUTUMNAL RAMBLE, BY
FOURCHETTE, RECOLLECTIONS À LA, AN OLD TRAMP, 393-touring in
106.

Orkney, 394—the Orkney sheriffs,
Free Trade, predictions regarding, re 395 - the Orcadian appreciation of
futed, 542-campaign, 796 et seq.

celebrities, 398—"Brochs,” 399.
FRENCH CONVICT, SOME PASSAGES IN HINTS FOR THE VACATION RAMBLE, BY
THE LIFE OF A, 646.

AN OLD TRAMP, 164—Isle of Wight
French influence in Tunis, 130 et seq. and its geology,ib.-Derbyshire high-
FRENCH LADY AND HER FRIENDS, A, lands, 166 - Ben Lomond, 170 —

70—' Souvenirs de Mme. C. Jaubert,' mountain dangers, 172—Grampians,
10.-Berryer, 71 et seq. -De Musset, 173-Moffatdale, 175—the Alps, 177.
74 et seq.--Heine, 87 et seq.

HOLIDAYS, BY J. LOGIE ROBERTSON,
FRENCH NOVELS, A FEW, 703_Numa 228.

Roumestan,' 704—Le Petit Chose,' Howara, Pyramid of, 39.
715— Monsieur le Ministre,' 718/ Io Victis, BY W. W. S., 665.

Perdue,' 719— Séduction,' 721. Ireland and the Tariff, 531.
French Republic, the, and the influ- Irish Land Bill, the, 405 et seq.

ence of French women, 430 et seq. Irrigation in Egypt, 226.
FRENCHWOMEN, THE DECADENCE OF, Irving, Mr. Henry, 254.
429.

ISEMBHEB, EXCAVATIONS AT, 572 -

ruins of, 213 et seq.--Hermopolis ib.-CANTILENA, 389-SONNET, 390
Magna, 573—Aphroditopolis, 575— -THE LOVER'S DOOM, 10.-SONNET
religion of the ancient Egyptians, FROM QUEVEDO, 392.
584—influence of Egypt on ancient Linant Bey, his identification of the
culture, 587.

Labyrinth, 41.
Italy and Tunis, 139.

LONDON STAGE, THE MEININGEN COM-
• Jaubert, Souvenirs de Mme. C.,' re PANY AND THE, 248.
viewed, 70-ber salon, ib.

LORDS, THE LAND BILL IN THE, 405.
Jebb, Professor, his · Electra of Sopho Lunatics, criminal, 29.
cles,' 309 et seq.

Luncheon recollections, 106 et seq.
Joubert, Mr., the Boer leader, 273. Luz, 626.
Jungfrau, the ascent of the, 378. Macready's Shakespearian revivals,
Kasr-Essaid, treaty of, 138.

251.
Kasr Karoon in the Fayoum, 48. Maes-How in Orkney, 401.
Kasr Nimroud in the Fayoum, 47. Malagrowther, the Letters of Mala-
KHEMI, THE LAND OF: Part II., The chi,' 513 et seq.

LABYRINTH AND THE LAKES, 36– Malingering in prison, 33.
the Bahr Youssef, 37–Pyramid of Malot, Hector, his Séduction,' 721.
Howara, 39—Lake Mæris, 42—croco- MEININGEN COMPANY AND THE LON-
dile-worship, 43—sugar traffic, 46– DON STAGE, THE, 248 – German
Kasr Karoon, 48-sugar cultivation, studies in Shakespeare, ib. — the
ib.—the chief of the Bedouins, 49– Meiningen Company on Drury Lane
attractions of the Fayoum, 52—Part stage, 249_excess of spectacle, 250
III., OLD AND NEW, 212-Isembheb, -Macready's Shakespearian revivals,
213—Egyptian bricks, 215—Minieh, 251-Mr. Edwin Booth, 252 - Mr.
216—change in native character, 221 Irving, 254–influence of the foreign
-irrigation system, 222—the kurbash, stage, 256 —"Julius Cæsar,” 258
223 - administration of the Daira shouldering aside of dramatic inter-
Sanieh, 225 - obstacles to foreign est, 261.
colonisation, 227–Part IV., SOCIETY Mendoza's lyrics, 392.
IN THE PROVINCES, 338—Minieh, ib. Middleton's Vindication of Free In-
-a Coptic marriage, 339—funerals, quiry,' 235.
343—the gorge of Tehneh, 344 et seg. Minieh, 216, 338.
-Surarieh, 347-Zowyeh el Miuteen, MINISTRY, THE STUMP, 666.
350—Ameni's tomb, 352.

Mæris, Lake, 42.
Killarney, vacation rambles in, 175. Moffatdale, rambles in, 174.
KING BEMBA's POINT: A WEST AFRI- Morley, Mr. John, his 'Life of Cobden'
CAN STORY, 91.

reviewed, 793.
LABYRINTH AND THE LAKES: THE LAND Mousa, the broch of, 399.
OF KHEMI, Part II., 36.

Musset, De, Mme. Jaubert's recollec-
LAND BILL IN THE LORDS, THE, 405 tions of, 74.

- sensational legislation, ib. — the Neaves, Lord, his sheriffship of Ork-
Land Bill in the Commons, 407_ ney, 396.
· apathy regarding it, 406—its treat- New Don QUIXOTE, A, 469—Mr. Duf.
ment in the Lords, 407—the differ- field's translation reviewed, ih.
ence between the Houses, 409-ef- Nile boat, launch of a, 354.

fects of the Bill on the Irish, 411. Northcote, Sir Stafford, his application
LAND OF KHEMI, THE: Part II., THE of limited liability to the Scotch
LABYRINTH AND THE LAKES, 36-

banks, 504.
Part III., OLD AND NEW, 212–Part Oberaarjoch, the, 380.
IV., SOCIETY IN THE PROVINCES, 338 OBERLAND, WITH CHRISTIAN ALMER
-Conclusion, EXCAVATIONS AT ISEM IN THE, 375.
BHEB, 572.

OLD TRAMP, HINTS FOR AN AUTUMNAL
Lanfrey, Pierre, 87.

RAMBLE BY AN, 393.
LATIN LESSON, THE: BOY AND GIRL, Orkney, touring in, 394.
611.

Oxford Fellows in the time of Gibbon,
Lausanne, Gibbon's life at, 239.
Lenoir, M., his account of the Fayoum, P. and O., the cuisine, 125.
36.

PERIOD, THE FIXED: Part I., 413–
LESSON, THE LATIN: BOY AND GIRL, Part II., 553—Part III., 681.
611.

“Peter the Hermit,” by David Scott,
LIGHTER SPANISH POETRY IN ENGLISH 605.
METRE, by H. K., 387-IDYLL, ib. - Picnics, 111.
To My LADY's EYES, 388—EPIGRAM, Pinedjem, 214.

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Porto, tho, its firman to the Bey of Spectacular offect and dramatic intorost,
Tunis, 131.

250.
Prato, Count, 531.

Stage, influence of the foreiga, on the
Pre-Raphaelite movement, 590.

British, 256.
PRISON-LIFE, REMINISCENCES OF, 21. STANDERTON, THE DEFENCE OF, 1,
PRIVATE SECRETARY, THE: Part IX., 264.

53—Part X., 184–Conclusion, 287. START, A FALSE: A MORAL COMEDY,
PYRENEES, THE, 616-watering-places 331.

in the, 619, 622-hotels, 624-legends, Strabo, his account of the Labyrinth,
629—Basque songs, 630 — Republic 40.
of Andorra, 632.

STRADIVARIUS, THE SECRET OF THE,
Pyrenean picnics, 118.

771.
Quevedo, Sonnet from, 392.

Sugar industry in Egypt, 46, 48.
"Radicalism, latent,” in France, 445. SUNSET ON THE LOMONDS, by J. LOGIE
RECOLLECTIONS À LA FOURCHETTE, 106 ROBERTSON, 228.

-youthful memories, ib. — picnics, Surarich, excavations at, 347.
111 - shooting lunches, 112 — river TARIFF REFORM, 542—refutation of
fare, 117 - Pyrenean picnics, 118 Free Trade predictions, ib.-Radical
Roman cookery, 121–banquet at the panaceas for agricultural distress,
Suez Canal, 122-eating on board 544 — waning manufactures, 5464
ship. 123.

Fair Trade suggested, 547 et seq.
REFORM, TARIFF, 542.

tariff reform and Ireland, 531.
REMINISCENCES OF PRISON-LIFE, 21 Tehneh, the gorge of, 344 et seq.
uniformity of prison regulations, ib. Thackeray and Cobden, 800.
-subjugation of female to male Thomson, Dr., on the “Hereditary
criminals, 22—indifference of crimi Nature of Crime,' 27.
nals, 24—the pedigree of criminals, THREATENED ABOLITION OF BANK-
25-heredity in crime, 26–drink and NOTES, THE, 502 - Mr. Gladstone's
crime, 28-conduct-marks, 30-prison financial reputation, 502—the Scotch
sanitation, 31-influences on crimi. banks and limited liability, 505 et seq.
nals, 32 et seq.- possibilities of re —their application to Parliament, 507
formation, 34.

-objections of the Goveroment, ib.
Republicanism and woman's influence, -State claim to issue notes, 509.
429 et seq.

TRAMP, AN OLD: HINTS FOR THE VA:
Rhoda, salubrity of, 353-launch of a CATION RAMBLE, 164.
Nile boat, 354.

TRANSVAAL, BESIEGED IN THE: DE-
Rhone, wanderings on the, 177.

FENCE OF STANDERTON, 1, 264.
ROBERTSON, J. LOGIE: HOLIDAYS, 228 TRANSVAAL, JOTTINGS FROM THE: THE
--SUNSET ON THE LOMONDS, ib.

BOERS AT HOME, 753,
Roland, Basque Song of, 630.

TUNIS, 128 - its history, ib.-French
Rousseau, M., his Annales Tunisi. connection with, 130—British rela-

ennes,' 129-Goldoni's visit to, 540. tions with, ib.—the Sultan's firman,
Roustan, M., his policy in Tunis, 132. 131 — M. Roustan's policy. 132-
Salisbury, Lord, and the Irish Land French hostilities, 134 — treaty of

Bill, 407 et seq.-his speeches at New Kasr-Essaid, 138-attitude of Italy,
castle, 645.

139.
Schiller, his Chorus from the “Eumen- UNCLE Z.: No. I., 143_No. II., 355—
ides," 328.

Conclusion, 448.
Schreckhorn, the couloirs of the, 383— Union, the Scotch banks and the Treaty
ascent of the, 385.

of, 516.
Scotch banks and limited liability, the VACATION RAMBLE, HINTS FOR THE,
505.

BY AN OLD TRAMP, 164.
Scotch banks, the, their application to “Vasco de Gama encountering the

Parliament for unlimited liability, Spirit of the Storm," by David
507.

Scott, 604,
Scott, DAVID, R.S.A., 589.

WAR CORRESPONDENT, THE ADVEN-
Scott, Sir Walter, his Letters of Mala TURES OF A, 724.
chi Malagrowther,' 513 et seq.

Wight, Isle of, rambles in, 164.
SECRET OF THE STRADIVARIUS, THE, WILSON, THE LATE ANDREW, 141.
771

WORDS OF WISDOM FROM GOETHE, by
SECRETARY, THE PRIVATE: Part IX.,

J. S. B., 785.
53—Part X., 184–Conclusion, 287. W. W. S., Io VICTIS, by, 665.
Shooting lunches, 112.

Z., UNCLE: No. I., 143—No. II., 855
Sophocles, the “Electra" of, 306 et -Conclusion, 448.
seg.

Zowyeh el Miuteen, its tombs, 850.

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