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Legal Proceedings against Animals, 552 Royalties,

411
Lobster's Toilet, A
751 Recent Science,

499

Reminiscences, Some, of English
Music, Anglo-Saxon,
60 Journalism,

653
Mrs. Whin's Caddie,
105 Regency, the, A Wit of

831
Mazzini, Giuseppe

191
Modern Pentathlum, The,
307 Speech, The, of Children,

02
Moor, the, The Song of

440 Some Memories of the Queen's Child-
Morality in Thirty Hours,
619 hood and Marriage,

119
Meredith, George, The Poetry of 034 Suicide, The Barnato

214
Man, The Antiquity of
798 Siam, The King of

321
Machiavelli in Modern Politics, 876 Sonnets, A Plea for the Study of 366
Memorable Art Class, A
889 Six by the Sea in Normandy,

396
Metamorphosis, The, of a Dragon Song, The, of the Moor,

440
895 “Sayings of Jesus,” The

467
Science, Recent

499
Novels of the Italian Renaissance, 220 Sphinx, The, of Modern London, 539
Newman and Renan,
347 Swift's, The, Night-Flight,

558
Nelson,
379 South Africa Bubble, The

563
Normandy, Six by the Sea in
396 Spain, An Unnoted Corner of

644
Natal, A Trappist Monastery in 680 Sayings, The New, of Christ,

675
Seals, Bachelor

749
Oxford Liberalism, Mr. Jowett and 21 Stevenson, Robert Louis, The Works
Outdoor Life in Holland,

113
of

811, 870
Oldest City, The, in the World, 277 Sequel, The, of Gibbon's Love-Story, 824
Oliphant, Mrs.
403, 405 Scottish Literature,

837
Orleans Pretenders, The
728 Science and Ethics,

843

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Philomele,
41 Thessalian War, The, of 1897,

91
Paris Salons, The
171 The 'orse,”

199
Poetry, Landscape in

150 To the Summit of the Jungfrau by
Pentathlum, The Modern
307 Rail,

211
Pereda and Perez Galdos in the Thakur Pertab Singh: A Tale of an
Spanish Academy,

330
Indian Famine,

445, 529
Plea, A, for the Study of Sonnets, 366 The Tale of a Grecian Boy,

671
Paris in June, 1871,

392 Trappist Monastery, A, in Natal, 680
Pascal,
517 Tennyson, A Reminiscence of

737
Paintings, The Restoration of

589
Poetry, The, of George Meredith, 634 Victims of Circumstances,

203
Poetic Trio, A
686 Village Sovereign, A.

719
Pretenders, The Orleans

728
Photography in Natural Colors, 746 Wold Jimmy and Zairey,

37
Politics, Modern, Machiavelli in 876 Women, University, German Pro-

fessors on

83
Queen's, the, Childhood and Mar- Wedding-Day, Their

273
riage, Some Memories of 119 Woman's Place in the World of Let-

ters,

300
Renan and Newman,

347 Wars, Little, A Great Country's 470

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POETRY.

562
812

At Dawn,

2 Cricket, The
“Ah, Western Winds' and Waters Child's Dreams, A
Mild,"

154
An August Wood Road,

410
An American Echo of the Jubilee, 626

Day, The, Beyond

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Beauty, To a
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Doubtful Acquisition, A

314
The “'orse,”

199
Doctor Santos: A Character Sketch, 458

Their Wedding Day,

273

Thaker Pertáb Singh: A Tale of an
Fourth, The, Miss Gyurkovics, 388

Indian Famine, .

445, 529
Grecian Boy, a, The Tale of

671
Village Sovereign, A,

719
In Kedar's Tents,

13, 76
In Nature's Waggish Mood, 627, 708, 794 Wold Jimmy and Zairey,

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INDEX TO SUPPLEMENTS VOLUME CCXIV.

READINGS FROM AMERICAN MAGAZINES.
American Public Life, Instability in 480 Japanese Stage, the, The Star of . 477
Are the Rich Growing Richer and the
Poor Poorer?

759
Novel, The Historical

762

Bird Artists,

475

Oliphant's, Mrs., Best Novel,

473

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“Courtiers of Democracy,,;

.

.

Childish

131

Pirates, Pessimists and Philanthro483 pists,

474 Criticism in America,

756
Republic, The, or Nothing,

135 Drum, the, The Passing of

131 Responsibilities, The, of the Civil Engineer,

761 English Life, Gibson's Pictures of 484 East and West Face to Face,

753 Suburban Homes for Wage Earners, 136 English Hospitality in the North- Suicide, Some Causes of .

139 west,

757 Star, The, of the Japanese Stage, 477 Science, The New

755 Fiction, The “Vortex" of

481

University Problem, The, in AmerGreencastle Jenny,

ica, 133

132 Gibson's Pictures of English Life,

United States, The, at the Exposi-
484
tion of 1900,

702 Hunting Down the Plague,

129
"Vortex," The, of Fiction,

481 Hungarian Exposition, At the 478 Health, The, of College Women,

482 Wage Earners, Suburban Homes for 136 Wall Street, The Origin of

137 Instability in American Public Life, 480 Women, College, The Health of 482

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READINGS FROM NEW BOOKS.

Breakwater, A, of Barbarism,

773 Mangan and His Poetry,

492

Caravan, A, in the Congo Forest, 487 Political Prisoners, English Treat

ment of English Treatment of Political Pris

147 oners,

147 Ebb Tide, On the .

765
Some Recent Verse,

150 Sky-Gazing,

767 “Garden, The Scented"

489

Twentieth Century Bank Parlor, A 141 Hunt-Supper in Old Virginia,

485 House of Dreams, The . 770 Verse, Some Recent

150

Literature, The Disparagement of

Women in
BOOKS OF THE MONTH,

144

Women, The Disparagement of, in
Literature

144 152, 496, 776

THE LAVENDER WOMAN-A MARKE'T SONG. That should some hand the chords of

being sweep Crooked, like the bough the March wind bends wallward across the sleet,

To strike a certain sound, this self

would leap Stands she at her blackened stall in the loud market street;

To fullest life, and be awake and whole. All about her in the sun, full-topped, ex

And I am conscious—how, I cannot say, ceeding sweet,

That thou art able, shouldst thou deem Lie bundles of grey lavender, a-shrivel in

it fit, the heat.

To sound the note that wakes to weal

or woe: What the Vision that is mine, coming over But dost thou ask me if I bid thee play and o'er?

The magic strain, or shield my soul froin 'Tis the Dorset levels, aye, behind me and it, before:

I dare not tell thee, for I do not know. Creeks that slip without a sound from

ELLEN THORNEYCKOFT FOWLER. flaggy shore to shore;

Speaker. Orchards gnarled with springtimes and as

gust-bound as of yore.

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Oh, the panes at sunset burning rich-red

as the rose! Oh, colonial chimneys that the punctual

AT DAWN. swallow knows!

I cannot echo the old wish to die at morn Land where like a memory the salt scent

As darkness strays, stays or goes,

We have been glad together greeting some Where wealthy is the reaper and right

new-born glad is he that sows!

And radiant rays;

The earth would hold me; every-day, faDrips and drips the last June rain, but

miliar things towards the evenfall

Would weight me fast, Copper gleam the little pools behind the The stir, the touch of morn, the bird that pear-trees tall:

on swift wings In a whirl of violet, and the fairest thing

Goes flitting past. of all, The lavender, the lavender sways by the

Some flower would lift to me its tender sagging wall.

dew-wet face,

And send its breath Oh, my heart, why should you break at To whisper of the earth, its beauty and its any thoughts like these?

grace, So sooth are they of the old time that they

And combat death, should bring you ease;

It would be light and I should see in thy Of Hester in the lavender and out among

dear eyes the bees,

The sorrow grow, Clipping the long stalks one by one under Love, could I lift my own undimmed to the Dorset trees.

Paradise
LIZETTE WOODWORTH REESE.

And leave thee so?

SONNET.

It seems to me that somewhere in my

soul There lies a secret self as yet asleep; No stranger hath disturbed its slumbers

deepNo friend dispersed the clouds that round

it roll. But it is written on my fortune's scroll

A thousand bands would hold me down

to this low sphere

When thou didst grieve;
Ah, should Death come upon morn's rosy

breast, I fear

I'd crave reprieve!
But when, her gold all spent, the sad day

takes her flight,

When shadows creep,
Then, with my lips on thine to whisper,

Love, Good-night,"
And fall asleep

JEAN BLEWETT.

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