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CONTENTS of VOL. CCLXVIII.

Across the Cordillera, from Chili to Buenos Ayres. By MAX

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New Forest, The, as a National School. By FRANCIS H. CANDY.
One Day in Russia. By SIDNEY WHITMAN

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Ongar and its Great Forgotten Statesman. By F. T. NORRIS

On Loafers. By A LOAFER

Pantomime in the Far West. By W. J. LAWRENCE

On some Old Bee-Masters. By R. C. DAY

Pasteur at Home. By ALFRED J. H. CRESPI .

Pearls. By Mrs. H. R. HAWEIS

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Petronius. By J. F. ROWBOTHAM

Philosopher's Stone, The. By the Rev. S. BARING GOULD, M.A.: 62

Prayer-Book, The Lost. By MICHAEL KERNEY

Pygmies, The African. By A. WERNER

Quaver and Crotchet Wit. By FREDERICK J. CROWEST
Rabant Saint-Étienne. A French Protestant during the Revolution.

By E. PERRONET THOMPSON

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Revolution and Restoration, Book-Fires of the. By J. A. FARRER
Robert Browning as a Teacher. In Memoriam. By Mrs. ALEX.

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Ruskin, Mr., Artist and Publisher. By PERCY FITZGERALD, M.A. 126
Russia, One Day in. By SIDNEY WHITMAN .
Salvage Theology. By J. A. FARRER

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Scotch School, Examining a. BY ALEXANDER GORDON
Sheep, Mountain. By A HILL SHEPHERD

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Some Johnson Characteristics. By H. W. MASSINGHAM
Statesman, Ongar and its Great Forgotten. By F. T. NORRIS
Steel. By CHARLES WESTON SMITH.

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Stone, The Philosopher's. By the Rev. S. BARING GOULD, M.A.
Sub Rosa. By GEORGE HOLMES :-

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Summer Stroll, a, in Sussex. By EDWARD CLAYTON
Table Talk. By SYLVANUS URBAN:-

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Eighteenth Century Figures-Shakespeare's London-The
Early American Stage

Octogenarian Verses A Chaucer Bibliography-Black-letter

Chaucers

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Conditions of Private Printing in Paris-Dr. Furnival on
Chaucer's Bibliography-Are there Two Chaucers of 1561?. 323
The Signatures in Books-History of the Signatures-The
Laureate and Mr. Swinburne-Mr. Gladstone as a Bibliophile
-Are there Two Chaucers of 1561.

Among Old Books-The Book Sales of 1889

Further Contribution to the Chaucer Bibliography-The 1561
Chaucer in the Greenock Library-Manuscript Notes in the
Greenock Library Chaucer

Talmud, Light from the. By LAUNCELOT CROSS

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Universities, The, in the East End. By HAMLET E. CLARK
Who was Robin Hood? By W. WHEATER

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He had spoken very softly; for although Mr. Maybanke, according to his evening habit, was apparently sound asleep in his easy-chair, yet old gentlemen are known to have a disagreeable way of suddenly awaking and demanding, "What is the matter?"-when nothing is the matter.

Leaning through the conservatory door, Carey blew a whiff from his cigarette, while his eyes followed every movement of the little figure in a mourning dress sitting at a table in the long drawingroom beyond. Her attention was wholly given to the book which she was reading, her hands all the time whirling her knitting-pins. Still, it was evident that she must have heard him, for the whispered VOL. CCLXVIII. NO. 1909.

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