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INDEX TO VOL. CLXI.

era, 616.

THE, 269.

ACQUISITION, A DOUBTFUL, 810. British navy, proposed additions to, 572
Africa, changes in, during the Victorian -men required for, 574 et seq.

Brown, Mr A. L., scheme of, to defeat
Alexander I., legend respecting the the bill for a close-time for trout in
Czar, 257 et seq.

Scotland, 875.
ALL - BRITISH TRANS - PACIFIC CABLE, BURMA, HOW THE FAMINE CAME TO, 536.

Burma, the famine of 1896-97 in, 536
AMATEUR NATURALIST, EVOLUTION AND et seq.-description of the upper

and
THE, 561.

lower provinces of, 536-districts of,
Amateur naturalist, value of a know where crops have failed, 539 — the

ledge of Darwinism to the, 563 et seq. small peasant proprietors of, 540—
Anaesthetics, the discovery of, 605, 620. opening of famine works in, 541-
ANOTHER YEAR'S PROGRESS IN EGYPT : private charities in, 543.
LORD CROMER'S REPORT, 592.

• Burns, The Centenary,' by W. E.
ARCTIC, FRANKLIN AND THE, 238.

Henley and T. F. Henderson, notice
· Ascent of Woman, the,' by Mrs Roy of, 464.

Devereux, notice of, 104, 106 et seq. BUSTED BLUE DOLL, THE, 700.
Atterbury, Bishop, conspiracy of, 91 Cable, the Trans-Pacific, outline of the
defence and equivocation of, 98.

history of the scheme, 269 et seq.-
Australia, growth of, during the Vic the present position of the project,
torian era, 613.

275—the objections to, ib.- the best
Bannockburn, account of the battle of, route for, 276—the cost of, 277–

from Sir T. Gray's Chronicle, 51 et seq. the strategical importance of, 278.
Barrie, Mr J. M., Margaret Ogilvy CABOT, JOAN : AN ANNIVERSARY STORY,
by, notice of, 481.

838.
Beaconsfield, Lord, hold of, on the Cabot, John, discovery of North America

popular mind, 426-attack on Eastern by, 840 et seq.-documents regarding
policy of, 427—his Eastern policy the expeditions of, 841-conclusions as to
national policy, 428—vindication of voyages of, 844, 848— relics of second
Eastern policy of, ib. et seq.-services expedition of, 851.

rendered by, to Balkan States, 442. Cabot, Sebastian, early life of, 844, 846
BILLIARDS, CONCERNING: GOSSIP ABOUT -treacherous conduct of, 844 et seq.

THE GAME AND ITS DEVOTEES, 545. -discovery of North America claimed
Billiards, the game of, origin of, 545 by, 846.

- modern developments of, 546 - 'Cabot's Discovery of North America'
peculiarities in players of, 549 by G. E. Weare, notice of, 840.
championship of, 551.

CALIFORNIA, SOME IMPRESSIONS
Bishop's PloT, THE, 90.

OF

SOUTHERN, 172.
Blachford, Lord, connection of, with the California, Southern, country life in,
' Times,' 705, 710.

172 — the wild - flowers of, 173—the
Blessington, Lady, novels of, 639 et seq. climate of, 175-invalids and, 177-
BLUE JAR, THE, 553.

the fauna of, 178.
Books, RECENT—FRENCH AND ENGLISH, Callwell, Major C. E., 'Effect of Mari-
455.

time Command on Land Campaigns
Breaking of retrievers, the, 745 et seq. since Waterloo ' by, notice of, 405.
Brest, alleged betrayal of the English Canada, growth of, during last sixty
attack on, by Marlborough, 798 et seq.

years, 616.

А

Canal-boat, from Edinburgh to Glas CROMER’S, LORD, REPORT: ANOTHER
gow in a, 601.

YEAR'S PROGRESS IN EGYPT, 592.
CANNING, HARCOURT AND, 877.

DARIEL : ROMANCE OF SURREY,
Canning, Mr, utterances of, in Spanish Chapters XII.-XV., 58—XVI.-XX., 192

war of 1823, 878-Sir William Har -XXI.-XXIV., 367—XXV.-XXX., 514-
court's references to, at the Eighty XXXI.-XXXIV., 668—XXXV.-XXXVIII.,
Club, 881.

772.
CELTIC RENASCENCE, THE, 181.

D’ARTAGNAN, THE REAL MONSIEUR: “A
Celtic Renascence, M. Renan and the, GENTLEMAN OF FRANCE,” 759.

181 - Matthew Arnold's connection D'Artagnan, M., the 'Mémoires' of,
with the, 182–Mr William Sharp and 759 - early career of, 761 — life in
the, 184—Ossian and the, ib.-erron Paris of, 763—joins the Mousquet-
eous claims made by believers in the, aires, 765 — enters the service of
187 et seq.

Cardinal Mazarin, 766 — secret em-
China, the encroachment of Russia on, bassies of, ib. et seq.- promotion of,

280—the partition of, 281—the con by King Louis XIV., 769—command
cessions of, to Russia, 282—the war of the Mousquetaires bestowed on,
between Japan and, 284 — the true 770—death of, 771.
British policy regarding, 285 et seq. -- Days, Halycon, 37.
the expansion of English trade with, Devereux, Mrs Roy, "The Ascent of
288-—the Christian Powers in, 289— Woman' by, reference to, 104 et seq.
the position of Germany in, 290—Li • Dilemma, The,' by Sir George Chesney,
Hung Chang and the Government of, notice of, 223.
293-railway-making in, 294—hin DISRAELI VINDICATED, 427.

drances to development in, 295. DOLL, THE BUSTED BLUE, 700.
CHINESE OYSTER, THE, 280.

Dollar, The Land of the,' by Mr G. W.
Chesney, Sir George, notice of “The Steevens, notice of, 471.
Dilemma'by, 223.

Domestic lighting, improvements in,
CHRONICLE, A SOLDIER'S, 45.

during the Queen's reign, 605.
Church, changes in the, during the DOUBTFUL ACQUISITION, A, 810.
Queen's reign, 617.

Dress, various fashions in, during the
CITY OF MANY WATERS, A, 485.

Queen's reign, 623.
CLOSE-TIME FOR TROUT IN SCOTLAND, EARLY VICTORIAN FICTION, 636.;

EASTERN QUESTION IN THE TWELFTH
Close-time for trout, a, in England and CENTURY, THE: SALADIN AND KING

Wales, 870—in Ireland, 871-want of, RICHARD, 389.
in Scotland, ib.- recent legislation Education Bill, clauses of the, 449—
regarding, 872 et seq.

misrepresentations regarding the, 450
Comyn, account of Bruce's murder of,
by Sir T. Gray, 50.

Effect of Maritime Command on Land
CONCERNING BILLIARDS : GOSSIP ABOUT Campaigns since Waterloo’ by Major

THE GAME AND ITS DEVOTEFS, 545. C. E. Callwell, notice of, 405.
Corn-growing, decrease of, in Britain, Egerton, Mrs Fred., 'Life of Sir Geoffrey
621.

Phipps Hornby' by, notice of, 405.
Corps of Guides, the, formation of, 625 Egerton, Mrs George, *Keynotes' by,

-equipment of, 626-early gallantry 405.
of, ib. et seq.-march of, from Pesha EGYPT, ANOTHER YEAR'S PROGRESS IN :
war to Delhi, 628-services of, during LORD CROMER'S REPORT, 592.
the Mutiny, ib. et seq.-distinction of Egypt, Lord Cromer's report on the
“Queen's Own" conferred upon, 632

financial condition of, 592 et seq.-
--campaigns of, in Afghanistan, ib. railway traffic of, 593—the continued
Cotes, Mrs Everard, The Story of British occupation of, 597.
Sonny Sahib' by, 225.

Eight Days' by Mr R. E. Forrest,
Cotton, Sir Arthur, report on the Goda notice of, 223.

very district by, 856 – engineering Electricity, triumphs achieved by, during
works carried out by, 857 et seq. the Queen's reign, 609.
success of the experiment of, 861– Elgiva, Queen, cruelties practised on,
testimony of, as to prevention of Indian 488.
famines, 868.

ELRICK WALKS, 823.
Couch, Mr Quiller, 'The Splendid Spur' 'Engineering Works of the Godavari
by, 189.

Delta, the,' by G. T. Walch, noticed,
Cretan question, debates on the, in the
House of Commons, 736 et seq.

• En Route' by M. J. P. Huysmans,
Croly, Rev. George, the novels of, 647. notice of, 455.

A, 869.

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853 et seq.

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EVOLUTION AND THE AMATEUR Natu. Greeks, Sir William Harcourt's sym-
RALIST, 561.

pathy with the, 877.
FAMINE, A LESSON OF THE : AN INDIAN 'Green Fire,' by Miss Fiona Macleod,
ROMANCE, 852.

notice of, 189.
FEMINISM, THE PSYCHOLOGY OF, 104. GUIDES, THE QUEEN'S OWN, 625.
FICTION, EARLY VICTORIAN, 636. Gunnaram Aqueduct, building of the,
FICTION, THE INDIAN MUTINY IN, 218. 862.
Fiction of the early Victorian school, Gun-shyness, uselessness of dogs affected

the, 636 et seq.-three groups of, 638 with, in sport, 748—instances of, due
-the Society novels of, ib. et seq.-the to mismanagement in breaking, ib. -
historical novels of, 645—the adven prevention of, 750-cure of, 757.
ture school of, 648 et seq.

HALCYON DAYS, 37.
Field, Mrs, 'Bryda,' a novel by, noticed, Hannson, Fru Marholm, • Modern
225.

Woman' by, notice of, 108.
Field, Mr Cyrus W., connection of, with HARCOURT AND CANNING, 877.
Atlantic cables, 269.

Harcourt, Sir William, utterances of,
"FIELD, THE SENATE AND THE,” 733. in the war between Greece and Tur-
Fitzgerald, Admiral C. C. Penrose, key, 877 et seq.conduct of, in the

"Life of Sir George Tryon' by, notice Transvaal difficulties, 880—statements
of, 405.

of, as regards the motives of the Eu-
Flinders, Matthew, voyages of discovery

ropean Powers, 883.
by, 241 et seq.

Harrisse, Mr, researches of, on the
Flotsam,' by MrSeton Merriman, Cabot expedition, 841 et seq. passim.
notice of, 226.

Henty, Mr G. A., Indian novels by, 225.
Forrest, Mr R. E., novels of the Mutiny “Hindu-Kush, the Kafirs of the,' by Sir
by, 223.

George Robertson, notice of, 364.
FORTY-ONE YEARS IN INDIA, 297. Hopper, Miss Nora, the poems of, 189.
France, M. Anatole, “L'Orme du Mail' 'Hornby, Life of Sir Geoffrey Phipps,'
by, noticed, 455.

by Mrs Egerton, notice of, 405.
Franking letters, the practice of, 602. House-furnishings, changes in, during
FRANKLIN AND THE ARCTIC, 238.

Victorian era, 621 et seq.
Franklin, Life of Sir John,' by Mr H, How THE FAMINE CAME TO BURMA, 536.

D. Traill, review of, 238 et seq. HUNGARIAN LOVE-STORY, A, 100.
Franklin, Sir John, early life of, 240— Huysmans, M., ‘En Route' by, notice

presence of, at the battle of Copen of, 455.
hagen, 241 -- appointment of, to the Hyde, Dr, peasant songs of Ireland by,
Investigator, ib. at Trafalgar, 243 189.
—first Arctic voyage of, 244–second, Ibsen, Henrik, notice of 'Little Eyolf;'
ib., 246—third, ib., 247-diplomatic

by, 113.
mission of, 250 — Governor of Tas INDIA, FORTY-ONE YEARS IN, 297.
mania, 252—story of the last voyage India, the route to, shortened by the

of, 254 et seq.-character of, 256. Suez Canal, 611- the Queen as Em-
FRESH START, A, 158.
“GENTLEMAN OF FRANCE, A :" THE Indian famines, the problem of prevent-

REAL MONSIEUR D'ARTAGNAN, 759. ing, 854 et seq.
Gisborne, Mr F. N., originator of the INDIAN MUTINY IN FICTION, THE, 218.
Atlantic cable, 269.

Indian Mutiny, the, an epoch-making
Goat, THE : HIS USEFUL QUALITIES, date in history, 297--false security be-

AND HOW HE CAME BY THEM, 398. fore, 298—causes of, ib. et seq.-Lord
Goat, the, contrast between, and the Roberts' part in, 300 et seq.- real

sheep, 398 — liberal supply of milk nature of, 303—results of, 305, 612.
from, 399-climbing powers of, 400— INDIAN ROMANCE, AN : A LESSON OF

peculiarities of, 402—future of, 404.' THE FAMINE, 852.
Godavery delta, engineering works IRELAND REALLY OVERTAXED, IS? 118.

carried out at the, 855 et seq.--com IRISH HOME, RECOLLECTIONS OF AN,
pletion of the works at the, 862— 578.

wonders wrought at the, 867. Irwin, H. C., 'A Man of Honour' by,
GORDON'S STAFF-OFFICER AT KHARTOUM, notice of, 230.
317.

Is IRELAND REALLY OVERTAXED ? 118.
Gray, Maxwell, 'In the Heart of the James, G. P. R., the novels of, 648.
Storm' by, noticed, 224.

JAR, THE BLUE, 553.
Gray, Sir Thomas, account of the 'Scala “JÓ REGGELT!” A HUNGARIAN LOVE.
cronica 'by, 45 et seq.

} {STORY, 100.
GREAT SIBERIAN IRON Road, THE, 1. JOE, TRAVELLING, 420.

press of, ib.

ANOTHER

A

187 et seq.

Canal-boat, from Edinburgh to Glas- CROMER'S, LORD, REPORT :
gow in a, 601.

YEAR'S PROGRESS IN EGYPT, 592.
CANNING, HARCOURT AND, 877.

DARIEL : ROMANCE OF SURREY,
Canning, Mr, utterances of, in Spanish Chapters XII.-XV., 58—XVI.-XX., 192

war of 1823, 878-Sir William Har -XXI.-XXIV., 367—XXV.-XXX., 514–
court's references to, at the Eighty XXXI.-XXXIV., 668—XXXV.-XXXVIII.,
Club, 881.

772.
CELTIC RENASCENCE, THE, 181.

D'ARTAGNAN, THE REAL MONSIEUR: “A
Celtic Renascence, M. Renan and the, GENTLEMAN OF FRANCE,'' 759.

181- Matthew Arnold's connection D'Artagnan, M., the Mémoires' of,
with the, 182–Mr William Sharp and 759 — early career of, 761 — life in
the, 184-Ossian and the, ib.-erron Paris of, 763–joins the Mousquet-
eous claims made by believers in the, aires, 765 enters the service of

Cardinal Mazarin, 766 — secret em-
China, the encroachment of Russia on, bassies of, ib. et seq. —promotion of,

280—the partition of, 281—the con by King Louis XIV., 769-command
cessions of, to Russia, 282—the war of the Mousquetaires bestowed on,
between Japan and, 284

— the true 770—death of, 771.
British policy regarding, 285 et seq. - Days, HaLYCON, 37.
the expansion of English trade with, Devereux, Mrs Roy, “The Ascent of
288--the Christian Powers in, 289 Woman' by, reference to, 104 et seq.
the position of Germany in, 290—Li 'Dilemma, The' by Sir George Chesney,
Hung Chang and the Government of, notice of, 223.
293 — railway-making in, 294 — hin DISRAELI VINDICATED, 427.

drances to development in, 295. DOLL, THE BUSTED BLUE, 700.
CHINESE OYSTER, THE, 280.

Dollar, The Land of the,' by Mr G. W.
Chesney, Sir George, notice of The Steevens, notice of, 471.
Dilemma'by, 223.

Domestic lighting, improvements in,
CHRONICLE, A SOLDIER'S, 45.

during the Queen's reign, 605.
Church, changes in the, during the DOUBTFUL ACQUISITION, A, 810.
Queen's reign, 617.

Dress, various fashions in, during the
CITY OF MANY WATERS, A, 485.

Queen's reign, 623.
CLOSE-TIME FOR TROUT IN SCOTLAND, EARLY VICTORIAN FICTION, 636. ;

EASTERN QUESTION IN THE TWELFTH
Close-time for trout, a, in England and CENTURY, THE: SALADIN AND KING

Wales, 870—in Ireland, 871—want of, RICHARD, 389.
in Scotland, ib.— recent legislation Education Bill, clauses of the, 449—
regarding, 872 et seq.

misrepresentations regarding the, 450
Comyn, account of Bruce's murder of,
by Sir T. Gray, 50.

Effect of Maritime Command on Land
CONCERNING BILLIARDS : GOSSIP ABOUT Campaigns since Waterloo' by Major

THE GAME AND ITS DEVOTEFS, 545. C. E. Callwell, notice of, 405.
Corn-growing, decrease of, in Britain, Egerton, Mrs Fred., “Life of Sir Geoffrey
621.

Phipps Hornby' by, notice of, 405.
Corps of Guides, the, formation of, 625 Egerton, Mrs George, 'Keynotes' by,

-equipment of, 626-early gallantry 405.
of, ib. et seq.-march of, from Pesha EGYPT, ANOTHER YEAR'S PROGRESS IN :
war to Delhi, 628-services of, during

LORD CROMER'S REPORT, 592.
the Mutiny, ib. et seq:—distinction of Egypt, Lord Cromer's report on the

Queen's Own” conferred upon, 632 financial condition of, 592 et seq.
-campaigns of, in Afghanistan, ib. railway traffic of, 593—the continued
Cotes, Mrs Everard, The Story of British occupation of, 597.
Sonny Sahib'by, 225.

* Eight Days' by Mr R. E. Forrest,
Cotton, Sir Arthur, report on the Goda notice of, 223.

very district by, 856 – engineering Electricity, triumphs achieved by, during
works carried out by, 857 et seq. the Queen's reign, 609.
success of the experiment of, 861– Elgiva, Queen, cruelties practised on,
testimony of, as to prevention of Indian 488.
famines, 868

ELRICK WALKS, 823.
Couch, Mr Quiller, 'The Splendid Spur' 'Engineering Works of the Godavari
by, 189.

Delta, the,' by G. T. Walch, noticed,
Cretan question, debates on the, in the
House of Commons, 736 et seq.

* En Route' by M. J. P. Huysmans,
Croly, Rev. George, the novels of, 647. notice of, 455.

A, 869.

ut seq.

853 et seq.

EvolutiON AND THE AMATEUR Natu. Greeks, Sir William Harcourt's sym-
RALIST, 561.

pathy with the, 877.
FAMINE, A LESSON OF THE : AN. INDIAN "Green Fire,' by Miss Fiona Macleod,
ROMANCE, 852.

notice of, 189.
FEMINISM, THE PSYCHOLOGY OF, 104. GUIDES, THE QUEEN'S Own, 625.
FICTION, EARLY VICTORIAN, 636. Gunnaram Aqueduct, building of the,
FICTION, THE INDIAN MUTINY IN, 218. 862.
Fiction of the early Victorian school, Gun-shyness, uselessness of dogs affected

the, 636 et seq.--three groups of, 638 with, in sport, 748-instances of, due
-the Society novels of, ib. et seq.--the to mismanagement in breaking, ib.-
historical novels of, 645—the adven prevention of, 750—cure of, 757.
ture school of, 648 et seq.

HALCYON DAYS, 37."
Field, Mrs, 'Bryda,' a novel by, noticed, Hannson, Fru Marholm, Modern
225.

Woman' by, notice of, 108.'
Field, Mr Cyrus W., connection of, with HARCOURT AND CANNING, 877.
Atlantic cables, 269.

Harcourt, Sir William, utterances of,
"FIELD, THE SENATE AND THE,” 733. in the war between Greece and Tur-
Fitzgerald, Admiral C. C. Penrose, key, 877 et seq.-conduct of, in the

Life of Sir George Tryon' by, notice Transvaal difficulties, 880—statements
of, 405.

of, as regards the motives of the Eu.
Flinders, Matthew, voyages of discovery ropean Powers, 883.
by, 241 et seq.

Harrisse, Mr, researches of, on the
* Flotsam,' by MrSeton Merriman, Cabot expedition, 841 et seq; passim.
notice of, 226.

Henty, Mr G. A., Indian novels by, 225.
Forrest, Mr R. E., novels of the Mutiny “Hindu-Kush, the Kafirs of the,' by Sir
by, 223.

George Robertson, notice of, 364.
FORTY-ONE YEARS IN INDIA, 297. Hopper, Miss Nora, the poems of, 189.
France, M. Anatole, “L'Orme du Mail' Hornby, Life of Sir Geoffrey Phipps,'
by, noticed, 455.

by Mrs Egerton, notice of, 405.
Franking letters, the practice of, 602. House-furnishings, changes in, during
FRANKLIN AND THE ARCTIC, 238.

Victorian era, 621 et seq.
Franklin, Life of Sir John,' by Mr H. How THE FAMINE CAME TO BURMA, 536.
D. Traill, review of, 238 et seq.

HUNGARIAN LOVE-STORY, A, 100.
Franklin, Sir John, early life of, 240— Huysmans, M., 'En Route' by, notice

presence of, at the battle of Copen of, 455.
hagen, 241 -- appointment of, to the Hyde, Dr, peasant songs of Ireland by,
Investigator, ib. at Trafalgar, 243 189.
-first Arctic voyage of, 244–second, Ibsen, Henrik, notice of 'Little Eyolf,'
ib., 246—third, ib., 247—diplomatic

by, 113.
mission of, 250 - Governor of Tas- INDIA, FORTY-ONE YEARS IN, 297.
mania, 252—story of the last voyage India, the route to, shortened by the
of, 254 et seq.--character of, 256. Suez Canal, 611-the Queen as Em-
FRESH START, A, 158.

press of, ib.
“GENTLEMAN OF FRANCE, A:" THE Indian famines, the problem of prevent-

REAL MONSIEUR D'ARTAGNAN, 759. ing, 854 et seq.
Gisborne, Mr F. N., originator of the INDIAN MUTINY IN FICTION, THE, 218.
Atlantic cable, 269.

Indian Mutiny, the, an epoch-making
GOAT, THE : USEFUL QUALITIES, date in history, 297-false security be-

AND HOW HE CAME BY THEM, 398. fore, 298-causes of, ib. et seq.- Lord
Goat, the, contrast between, and the Roberts' part in, 300 et seq.- real

sheep, 398 - liberal supply of milk nature of, 303_results of, 305, 612.
from, 399---climbing powers of, 400- INDIAN ROMANCE, AN : A LESSON OF

peculiarities of, 402—future of, 404.3 THE FAMINE, 852.
Godavery delta, engineering works IRELAND REALLY OVERTAXED, IS? 118.

carried out at the, 855 et seq.-com IRISH HOME, RECOLLECTIONS OF AN,
pletion of the works at the, 862— 578.

wonders wrought at the, 867. Irwin, H. C., 'A Man of Honour' by,
GORDON'S STAFF-OFFICER AT KHARTOUM, notice of, 230.
317.

Is IRELAND REALLY OVERTAXED ? 118.
Gray, Maxwell, 'In the Heart of the James, G. P. R., the novels of, 648.
Storm' by, noticed, 224.

JAR, THE BLUE, 553.
Gray, Sir Thomas, account of the Scala JÓ REGGELT!” A HUNGARIAN LOVE.
cronica' by, 45 et seq.

|{STORY, 100.
GREAT SIBERIAN IRON ROAD, THE, 1. JOE, TRAVELLING, 420.

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