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Somersetshire, review of books upon, 346-etymology of Somerset,
346-Somerton, 346-antiquities, 348—Cadbury and Camelot, 349

-Arthurian legends and pixy stories, 351–Glastonbury, 352-old
inns, 356-stories of the Grail and Glastonbury Thorn, 357—
Wells, 360—Yeovil, 361-Bruton, 362—Preston-Plucknet and
Brympton, 364-Montacute House, 365-Lytes Cary, 366—
Muchelney and Bridgwater, 368—ancient castles, 370—Taunton,

370—Dunster Castle, 371-Minehead, 372.
Sophia, St., Church of, review of Messrs. Lethaby and Swainson's

book upon, 460—Constantine's Church, 462—Justinian's Church,
462—constructive problem, 463—dome over square structure, 464

- pendentives, 466-Procopius's admiration of, 467—different
treatment of architectural problem in church of St. Sergius, 469—
arches and domes, 471—wagon-vaults, 472–interior effect greater
than that of exterior, 473—compared with St. Peter's, Rome,
St. Paul's, London, and St. Mark's, Venice, 474-decoration of, 476
-atrium cloister, 476-narthex, 477—arcades, 478—the Silentiary's
rhapsody upon, 480-artificial lighting, 481-permanent furniture

of, 482--galleries, 483.
Strachey, Sir E., his edition of 'Le Morte Darthur' reviewed, 485.
Sutherland, the Book of, reviewed, 404—destruction of family
writs of earldom of, 405—Sir Robert Gordon's history of, 406

-early rulers, 409— Vikings, 410_Edward I.'s invasion, 412–
sixth earl, 412—tenth earl, 413-eleventh earl, 413—twelfth
earl, 414—Sir Robert Gordon, 415-thirteenth earl, 416—Niel
Beton, the wizard, 417–enmity between Montrose and Argyll,
418-fifteenth and sixteenth earls, 418-Lord Lovat's rebellion,
419/trial of Earl of Cromartie, 422—seventeenth earl and
countess, 423—Duke of Sutherland, 424–Countess Elizabeth in
Paris during the Revolution, 424— Prince Charles Edward, 425—

regiments raised in Sutherlandshire, 426-over-population, 427.
Szombathely, G., his book on Dante and Ovid reviewed, 284.

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Tennyson, review of works upon, 485—abhorrence of anarchy, 486-

religious tolerance, 487—love of nature, 488—artist-poet, 490—
simplicity in art and character, 491-passionate love barred by duty,
491-scenery depicted from imagination and from natural landscape,
493—'Enone, 493– Lotos Eaters,' 494—Ulysses,' 495—interest
in politics, 496- deferred millennium, 497—'Ode on Death of Duke
of Wellington,' 499—Maud,' 300— Idylls of the King,' 501-
allegory, 503_message to his countrymen, 507—' Passing of

Arthur,' 510—'In Memoriam,' 510-lyrics, 513.
Thiébault, General Baron, review of his memoirs, 429-early years,
430—at Berlin, 431-decline of Ancien Régime, 481-French
Revolution, 433—in command of a Republican battalion, 434–
Lafayette, 435-Racine's daughter-in-law, 436-flight of Louis XVI.,
436–Paris during the Terror, 437, 441—mistakes of Allied
invaders, 438-Committee of Public Safety, 439—patriotism of
French levies, 440-marries an English lady, 440—Bonaparte,
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441--Masséna, 443—campaign in Italy, 444—La Salle, 446-
General Duhesme, 447—barefooted army, 448-adjutant-general,
448—St. Januarius invoked, 449—Napoleon and the Directory,
450--society under the Consulate, 453—Count O'Connell, 455-
Marshal Soult, 456—in command of a brigade at Austerlitz, 458-
· general of division, 459.
Torrens, W. M., his history of Cabinets reviewed, 116.

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Waddington, W. H., his book on Greek and Latin inscriptions in

Syria reviewed, 208
Weather Prevision, review of books concerning, 514-prognostications,

516—weather on Church festivals, 517—telegraphic warnings from
New York, 517-cyclones, 518—anti-cyclones, 519-various
theories, 521—weather cycles, 524—clouds as a weather-indicator,
525-composition of clouds, 525—the Föhn, 527-cumulus, 528-
cumulo-nimbus, 529-cirrus, 530-proverbial weather wisdom, 532
-difficulties of forecasting in this country, 534—Meteorological
Office, 535.
Witte, C., his books on Dante reviewed, 284.

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