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SOME PLANTATION MEMORIES, 331. TREASON, MARLBOROUGH'S UNCONSCIOUS,
START, A FRESH, 158.

798.
Steel, Mrs F. A.,.On the Face of the • Trooper Peter Halket of Mashonaland'
Waters' by, notice of, 228.

by Olive Schreiner, notice of, 476.
Steevens, Mr G. W., "Naval Policy' TROUT, A Close-TIME FOR, IN SCOTLAND,

by, notice of, 405—' The Land of 869.

the Dollar' by, notice of, 471. Trout-fishing, decline of, in Scotland,
Stewart, Colonel, early career of, 317– 869 — reasons alleged for decline of,

travels of, in Asia Minor, 318—de. 870-necessity of a close-time for, ib.
spatch of, to Khartúm, 319 — ap- legislation regarding, 872.
pointed staff-officer to General Gordon 'Tryon, Life of Sir George,' by Admiral
in the Súdán expedition, 321—again C. C. Penrose Fitzgerald, notice of,
sent to Khartúm, 323—-operations of, 405.
in the Súdán, 324 et seq.-murder of, Upper Teviotdale Fisheries Association,
at Hebba, 330-estimate of, ib.

memorandum of, as to protection of
Stirling, Sir T. Gray's account of the trout, 875.
siege of, 48.

Victorian era, progress during the, 599
Street, Mr G. S., The Wise and the

Wayward' by, notice of, 483. Virginia, description of, at the close of
"Stretton,' Henry Kingsley's, notice of, the Civil War, 331—Uncle Archie as
221.

a planter in, 333–William Henry
Surgical science, advances in, during Higginbottom, farmer in, 335—John
Victorian era, 619.

Jones, farmer in, 336—the plantation
SURREY, DARIEL : A ROMANCE

negro of, 338 et seq.-autumn in, 340.
Chapters XII. -XV., 58--XVI.-XX., 192– Voluntary Schools Bill, the, passing of,
XXI. - XXIV., 367 — XXV. - XXX., 514– 733-resistance to, 735-object of, 740.
XXXI. -XXXIV., 668 — XXXV.-XXXVIII., WALKS, ELRICK, 823.
772.

Walton, Izaak, death of, at Winchester,
SUSPENSE, THE LAND OF: A STORY OF 496.
THE SEEN AND UNSEEN, 131.

WIFE, RAB VINCH's, 232.
'Tis SIXTY YEARS SINCE, 599.

Winchester, origin of the name, 485–
To THE QUEEN : A NEW YEAR GREET- early history of, ib. et seq.-Dunstan's

connection with, 487— William the
Tomsk, A LEGEND OF : MONARCH OR Conqueror at, 489—decadence of, 491
MONK? 257.

--suppression of the monasteries at,
Tomsk, description of the town of, 258 494—return of prosperity to, 496–

--the Forwarding Prison at, descrip- . modern aspect of, 497 et seq..
tion of, 653 et seq.-march of convicts • Wise and the Wayward, The,' by Mr
to Siberia from, 656 et seq.

G. S. Street, notice of, 483.
• Touchstone of Peril, The,' by Mr R. E. Wolseley, Lord, the defence of Marl.
Forrest, noticed, 223.

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Traill, Mr H. D., 'Life of Sir John WOMAN IN Politics, 342.

Franklin' by, review of, 238 et seq. Woman suffrage, the modern demand
TRANS-PACIFIC CABLE, THE ALL-BRIT- for, 342 et seq.-origin of the move.

ment for, 344—apathy of women in
Trans-Siberian Railway, the, route of, regard to, 346—influence of, on legis.

1, 4-map of, 2—history of, 3 et seq.- lation, 347 — asserted necessity for,
cost of, 4-emigration by, 5 et seq., 15 349—validity of claim for, question.
-description of a journey on, 8 et seq. able, 350-possibilities involved in,
--convict labour on, 14-excellence of, 354.
17, 18-probable results of, 19.

WOMEN TEACHERS, THE REGISTRATION
Travel, improved modes of, in the Vic-
torian era, 605.

Yeats, Mr, the prose tales of, notice of,
TRAVELLING JOE, 420.

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