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LITERARY MEN, GENERAL READERS, ETC.
“When found, make a note of."-CAPTAIN CUTTLE.
NINTH SERIES.-VOLUME V.
PUBLISHED AT THE
OFFICE, BREAM'S BUILDINGS CHANCERY LANE, EC.
BY JOHN C. FRANCIS,
Cathedral Service'-"To Priest" --Pickwicklan Studies'
LONDON, SATURDAY, JANUARY 6, 1900, That an imperial rescript should put one
great and energetic country, a year in advance
of its neighbours, though a little surprising in
Cavalry, 1-A Lifetime's Work - Special Literature for other side of the land over which this imperial
doctor or scientist holds sway is a country in
Khayyam—"Byre"-St. Michael's Church, Bassishaw, 6. complexity of calendars seems a subject for
ing authorities-imperial, ecclesiastical, or
, 7– popular—the attitude coincides with that of
and Town Clerk -
Viscount Cholmondeley's Scotch MSS., 8-"Bully"
-Boxing Day, 10—"The Appearance"-Polkinghorn-
IN connexion with the decision of the
The Red, White, and Blue' - Prefaces, 15 - Morcom-
Hoastik carles," 18– to recruit a new mounted infantry force for
Yeomanry, it may be interesting to place on
• Students' Standard Dictionary'.
agriculturist Arthur Young that we owe the
inception of Yeomanry Cavalry.
The germ of Young's idea of forming a
"militia of property for this country is
contained in some reflections on the French
Revolution at the end of his Travels in
France, published in May, 1792. In August,
the other at Quebec), and made a great sensa-
Young says in this pamphlet :-
to obey orders and keep their ranks, might be
on a case absolutely new, but we may
venture to assert that a law which legalises and
of attack unites and electrifies the enemies of peace