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*Letter to R. Bosworth Smith on Disestablishment,

Oct. 31, 1885.—2 pp. B.M. 4108 f. 23 (8).
CONTENT 8.-N° 56.

* Dawn of Creation and of worship.-Nineteenth CenNOTES :-Gladstone Bibliography, 41-History in Pottery tury, November, 1885, pp. 685-706. at Brighton, 43—Additions to Halliwell, 45-St. Martin'

A reply to Dr. Réville's 'Prolegomènes de in-the-Fields-Mistaken Derivation—The Whole Duty of Man'-Parish Eke-names, 46.

l'Histoire des Religions.' QUERIES :-Miniatures by Englebeart–Painting by Wallis

*Speeches of......W. E. Gladstone...... With & sketch --The Hippodrome--Monk Family-Engraving-Copple- of bis life. Edited by H. W. Lucy. London, G. Routstone Family-Gaelic, 47–Lely Family-Arms of Yeomen ledge & Sons, 1885.-880. pp. xii, 13-223. B.M, 12301 -W. Eland-MoBarnet and Mackenzie-Atkinson—"The bbb, 26. last peppercorn,” &c.-Saas - Horace - Pratt-Recollec

Address to the electors of Midlothian, &c. National tions of Rugby - The Children's Garland’-Latin Trans-Press Agency, 1885.—8v0. pp. 8. B.M. 8135 h. 4 (2). lation Wanted, 48—Latreille, 49. REPLIES :--The Letters of Junius, 49—Tennyson's Cam

1886. bridge Contemporaries — Reeds – G. Walker, Bishop of Derry-Voices in Bells—“ Be the day weary," &c. Sonnet Century, January, 1886, pp. 1.21.

*Proem to Genesis : a plea for a fair trial.-Nineteenth by Tennyson, 52—Tennyson on Tobacco-A "Crank". Picture of the Trinity-St. Cuthbert-"To

threep,” 53

'Postscript to article on “Proem to Genesis”? " Zolaesque" Sedan-chair, 54 - “Gee !- Wo!" = Anne Waller - Goethe and Smollett, 55-Ambrose Gwinett- appears on p. 176 of the same number. A short Salisbury Missal - Sir E. Littlehales – Book Margins letter, enclosing one from Prof. Dana, is printed Verses by Whittier-Towell, 58–J. Pym-"Commenced M.A." _ * Festum Patefactionis" - "La Blanche Com

on p. 304 of the August number. pagnie"-Tennyson and the Gem'- Poem by Arthur Speech delivered......on moving for leave to introduce Hallam-Blow-Mrs. M. Godolphin-Heraldic, 57–Church a Bill for the better Government of Ireland, on......8th House-Rev. J. Blair -- Consanguineus Regis”-Chesney April, 1886. Authorised edition. Family, 58-Morant's History of Essex,' 59.

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Lang's Scott's “Antiquary’– Wheatley's Cunningham's *An impeachment of English rule in Ireland...... De*Story of Nell Gwyn.'

livered in tbe House of Commons, April 8, 1886. A Notices to Correspondents.

verbatim report.-Speech on the second reading of the

Home Rule Bill, Monday, June 7, 1886.
Notes,

These two speeches form pp. 201-59 and pp. 283

308 of "The Irish Question as viewed by One CONTRIBUTIONS TO A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF

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* Letter to R. Bosworth Smith on Disestablishment,

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*Dawn of Creation and of worship.-Nineteenth CenNOTES :-Gladstone Bibliography, 41-History in Pottery tury, November, 1885, pp. 685-706. at Brighton, 43—Additions to Halliwell, 45—St. Martin's

A reply to Dr. Réville's 'Prolegomènes de in-the-Fields-Mistaken Derivation—The Whole Duty of

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These two speeches form pp. 201-59 and pp. 283

308 of The Irish Question as viewed by One CONTRIBUTIONS TO A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF

Hundred Eminent Statesmen of England, Ireland THE RIGHT HON. W. E. GLADSTONE. and America,' New York, Ford's National Library, (Concluded.)

1886. B.M, 8146 aaa. 20. (See 8th S. ii. 461, 501; iii. 1.)

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sons of the election. London, John Murray, 1886.--8vo. 1885.

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Contents. 1. The PENURY of RUSSIA. 2. The LIFE of JOHN ERICSSON. 3. The PILGRIMS of PALESTINE. 4. SIR JAMBA RAMSAY'S LANCASTER and YORK. 5. COLOUR BLINDNESS. 6. The DROPMORE PAPERS. 7. The LIFE and WORKS of DR. ARBUTHNOT. 8. The ALCHEMISTS of EGYPT and GREECE. 9. The AGRICULTURAL CRISIS. 10. The GRBAT IRISH CONSPIRACY.

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* Dawn of Creation and of worship.-Nineteenth CenNOTES :--Gladstone Bibliography, 41—History in Pottery tury, November, 1885, pp. 685-706. at Brighton, 43--Additions to Halliwell, 45–St. Martin's in-the-Fields-Mistaken Derivation—The Whole Duty of l'Histoire des Religions.'

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-The Hippodrome-Monk Family-Engraving--Copple- of bis life. Edited by H. W. Lucy. London, G. Routstone Family-Gaelic, 47–Lely Family-Arms of Yeomen ledge & Song, 1885.-880. pp. xii, 13-223. B.M, 12301 -W. Bland-MoBarnet and Mackenzie--Atkinson—"The bbb. 26. last peppercorn," &c.-Saas – Horace - Pratt-Recollections of Rugby - The Children's Garland '-Latin Trans- Press Agency, 1885.8vo. pp. 8. B.M. 8135 h. 4 (2).

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* Proem to Genesis : a plea for a fair trial.-Nineteenth by Tennyson, 52–Tennyson on Tobacco-A "Crank" Picture of the Trinity--St. Cuthbert-"To threep,"

53–

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