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Fogazzaro, A. Daniele Cortis ; a novel, tr. by

Mrs. I. R. Tilton. “A work which has attracted a good deal of attention in Italy, and one which should have a great interest also for English readers, not only from the intrinsic power and ability of the writing, but also from the picture it presents to us of life and society.". Spectator, Sept. 26, 1885.

"Striking romance. Daniele Cortis is the most widely read novel of the year in Italy. A vivid, impetuous tale of modern life, full of actuality, and touching on the re. ligious and political problems now troubling the minds of all earnest Italians. It moves with dramatic vigor, contains many pathetic scenes, much realistic dialogue, and frequent descriptive touches. It has been keenly discussed in Italy; some acute critics praise it to the skies, others condemn it, and dwelling on certain ob. vious faults of style and construction, assert that its success is due to its religious tone. Meanwhile every one reads it and every literary expert has something to say of it."

Linda Villari in the Academy, Jan. 26, 1886. Forrester, Mrs. Viva. 1878. 2 v. Fournel, F. V. Le vieux Paris ; fêtes, jeux, spec

tacles. “ Paris a vielli bien vite pour lui, car, toutes les fois que la chose est possible, il poursuit ses études jusqu'à la fin du second empire." – Gi de Nouvion in Rev. pol.

et lit., 18 déc. Frampton, J. Three dialogues on the amusements

of clergymen. 1796. France. Ministère de l'Inst. Publique. Collection de

documents inédits sur l'histoire de France. 3e sér. Archéologie. Statistique monumentale de Paris; explication des planches, par

A. Lenoir. 1867. Francis, J: History of the English railway; its

social relations and revelations, 1820-45.

1851. 2 v. Franklin, A. La vie privée d'autrefois ; arts et

métiers, etc, des Parisiens du 12e au 18e siè

cle. 2 v. Gedanken über die Werke des Liebhabers der

Wahrheit von der Hexerey. 1767. Gilmore, J. R. (pseud. E. Kirke). John Sevier as

a commonwealth builder; sequel to The rear

guard of the Revolution. " John Sevier was among the pioneers who settled the region in eastern Tennessee, and was the first governor

of the state.” – Nation, May 19. Gray, W: An historical sketch of the origin of

English prose literature and of its progress

till the reign of James 1. 1835. Green, A. K. 7 to 12; a detective story. Grindrod, Rev. E. Compendium of the laws and

regulations of Wesleyan Methodism; with

notes and app. 1858. Grouard, Mle. (pseud. M. Laure).

Essais en prose et poésies; recueillis, pub. et préc. d'une

notice biog. par T. de Banville, etc. 1844. Güell y Renté, J. Les corbeaux de la cité d'An

tin. 1877. Haggard, H. R. Dawn. Hall, Rev. P. Fragmenta liturgica; docs. illust. of

the liturgy of the Church of England. 1848.

7 v. Hardwick, C: History of the Christian Church;

Middle Age. New ed. by W. Stubbs. 1883. Harrison, J. B. The latest studies on Indian re


Hay, R. Views in Cairo. (1840.).
Heiss, A. Les médailleurs de la Renaissance;

Venise et les Vénitiens du 15e au 17e siècle ;

illust. Hessemer, F. M. Arabische u. alt-italienische

Bau-Verzierungen. (1841.) Hicks, T: Eulogy on T: Crawford. 1865. Hill, G: C. Benedict Arnold; a biography. 1884.

Captain J: Smith; a biography. 1884. Hints on advocacy, etc. by an English barrister rev.

and adapted by an Amer. lawyer. 1880. Hitchcock, H: American state constitutions; a

study of their growth. Holst, H. von. The constitutional law of the U.S.

Authorized ed., tr. by A. B. Mason, L'homme; journal illustré des sciences anthropo

logiques, directeur G. de Mortillet. 1884. Horsley, Rev. J: W: Jottings from jail; notes and

papers on prison matters. Hughes, T: P. American ancestry; the name and

descent in the male line of Americans whose ancestors settled in the U. S. previous to

1776. Vol. 1 : City of Albany. Hurtrel, Mme. A. La femme; sa condition sociale

depuis l'antiquité jusqu'à nos jours. Immerzeel, J., Jr. Lofrede op Rembrandt. 1841. Jackson, Mrs. H. M. formerly Mrs. Hunt. Be

tween whiles. Jephson, J: M. Narrative of a walking tour in

Brittany ; (with) notes of a photographic ex

pedition by L. Reeve. 1859. Jollois, J: B. P. Histoire du siège d'Orléans. 1833. Kennard, Mrs. N. A. Mrs. Siddons. (Famous

women.) “ Many of Mrs. Siddons's letters, not written with any thought of publication, have been quoted in full, the writer's aim being to make her heroine as lifelike and

real to her readers as possible." - Pub. weekly, May 14. Kerr, J. Carlyle as seen in his works; his charac

teristics as a writer and as a man. Knight, J. Life of Dante Gabriel Rossetti.

(Great writers.) “ Contains a valuable bibliography, and a catalogue

of the artist's pictures" — Bookseller, Apr. 6. Krafft, J: C:, and Ransonnette, N. Plans, coupes,

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“ He lays but little stress on his own personal suffer. ings, and he presents the relative advantages and the absolute disadvantages of his different places of confinement with calmness, and to all appearances, with moder

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Illustrated notes on English Church history, etc. Lawrence, T: J. Handbook of public international

law. 1885. Lecky, W: E: H.

History of England in the 18th century. Vol. 5, 6. “ Most valuable contributions to the recent history of our country. They cover the first nine years of Pitt's ministry - a time full of incident and interest, rich in lessons of administration, of constitutional law, and of foreign policy, but a time which bas been obscured by

the hurry and bustle of the twenty years which suc. ceeded it. Mr. Lecky bas given independent study to this momentous period, and his parrative will be found superior to any of those wbich bave preceded it.” –

Athenaeum, May 21. Lefevre, Rt. Hon. G: S. Peel and O'Connell; a

review of the Irish policy of Parliament from the Act of Union to the death of Sir Robert Peel. “ Tbe intention of the volume is to show the necessity for a complete change in the legislative and administra. tive systems of Ireland, and the meails is to produce a

panegyric upon O'Connell.” – Athenæum, May 21. Lescure, M. F. A. de. Mémoires sur les journées

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2 v. Leuthy, J.J. Récit des derniers événements surve.

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a view of his lectures, writings, and charac

ter. 1853. 2 v. Mabaffy, J: P. The story of Alexander's empire;

with the collaboration of A. Gilman. (Story

of the nations.) " The tale is singularly complicated. It is not the story of a nation; the unity which it has is artificial, created by conquest, and kept up by Greek or rather Hellenistic culture. But thanks to the trouble which Professor Mahatfy has taken, the account reads as easily

as a novel.” – F. T. Richards in the Academy, May 14. Malot, H. H: Zyte.

" Comment se font et que deviennent les mariages de théâtre ? C'est le sujet de Zyte, le nouveau roman d'Hec. tor Malot, qui paraît chez Charpentier. L'œuvre est d'une observation originale, qui va de la roulotte des saltimbanques aux coulisses de la Comédie-Française, en s'enchainant au milieu de scènes gaies ou poignan.

tes pleines d'intérêt.” – Temps. Margry, P. Découvertes et établissements des

Français dans l'ouest et dans le sud de l'Amérique Septentrionale, 1614-1754. 6e

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writers.) “ It has no claim to originality, but the writer has taken the pains to sift carefully the materials ready to bis band, to preserve what was worth preserving, and to omit the rubbish. He has consequently produced a clear, intelligible, and interesting memoir. A word of special praise is due to Mr. J. P. Anderson's bibliogra.

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• He is not blind to the defects and inakeshifts of an. cient Egyptian art; but he is equally alive to its many beauties, and he places those beauties before his readers in a truer and clearer light than they have been placed by any preceding writer. He sweeps away a great many archæological cobwebs in thc course of this new volume, and, as usual, abolishes plenty of time-honoured

errors.” - A. B. Edwards in the Academy, May 21. Massinger, P. Philip Massinger; ed., with introd.

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2 v. Notice sur la collection des portraits de Marie Stu

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1856. O'Brien, R. B. Irish wrongs and English reme

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Praed, Mrs. C. Moloch ; a story of sacrifice.
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Atlantic monthly, May. Rondelet, A. Essai historique sur le pont de Ri

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“ Social life of the Norsemen during the poetic period common to nations during their evolution from barbarism to civilization. The main circumstances of life in the age of Vikings and Bærsærks are vividly realized."

Saturday rev., May 21. Vitu, A: C: J. Les mille et une nuits de théâtre:

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Sat. 1'ev., Feb. 26. Walther, B. Orationum ex Latinis historiogra

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Church red., May.
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May 21. Ferrers, E. Clavis Hogarthiana; or, Illustrations

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