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Anderson, Mrs. E. Garrett, her "Sex in Education (A Reply)'re-

viewed, 89.
Angevin Kings, England under the, review of Miss Norgate's work on,

464—reign of Henry II., 478—Richard I., 486—John, 488.
Arniston Memoirs, see Dundas Family.
Art, its ministry to happiness, review of Mr. Gambier Parry's work

upon, 413—purpose of art, 414-influence of art on common life,
414—its ministry to spiritual life, 415—art in archæology, 416—
colour applied to sculpture and architecture, 417-architectural
wall-painting, 419-mosaic, 421-glass- painting, 430-adornment
of sacred buildings, 437-representations of the crucifixion, 439–

emblematic figures, style and motive in religous art, 443.
Assassination, Political, review of works upon, 35-origin and growth

of the doctrine of its expediency, 36-tyrannicide, 38—doctrine
of political expediency formulated, 42—its employment by the
Venetian Council of Ten, 47—scheme for the wholesale poisoning
of the Turkish army, 53—deaths of Popes Alexander VI. and
Leo X., 55–preparation and mode of administration of poisons
used, 59.

Beaufort, Duke of, his book on Hunting reviewed, 385.
Beckford, Peter, bis · Thoughts on Hunting reviewed, 385.
Berti, D., his life of Giordano Bruno reviewed, 114.
Brocas Family, the, review of Professor Montagu Burrows's account

of, 225—Gascon origin of the family, 237—Sir John Brocas, 244–
Sir Bernard Brocas, 246—the second Sir Bernard, 248—Sir Pexsall
Brocas, 250—Captain Thomas Brocas and his brother Robert, 251

-Sir Richard Brocas, Lord Mayor of London, 252.
Bruno, Giordano, his life and works reviewed, 114—his early years,

116-enters the Dominican order, 117—his heterodox opinions,
118_his literary pursuits, 120—his wanderings, 121-his life at
Geneva, 122 ; at Toulouse and Paris, 126_his philosophy, 127–
his stay in England, 129; in Paris, 137 ; in Germany, 139 ; in
Venice, 143_his trial before the Inquisition, 145—his tragic death,

148—character of his writings, 149.
Bryant, Sophie, her account of the North London Collegiate School

for Girls reviewed, 89.
Burrows, Professor M., his account of the Brocas family reviewed,



Caulfeild, S. A., her Directory of Girls' Societies reviewed, 89.
Craig-Brown, T., his history of Selkirkshire reviewed, 1.
Czartoryski, Prince Adam, review of his memoirs and correspondence,

520—his parentage, 522-part taken by his family during the civil
war and partition of Poland, 524—becomes a hostage at the Russian
court, 526-his first impression of Russian society, 526-his friend-
ship with the Grand Duke Alexander, 529-death of the Empress
Catherine, 531-accession of Paul, 534-murder of Paul, 535-
accession of Alexander, 539—Prince Adam Czartoryski becomes
minister of foreign affairs, 541—the coalition against France, 542-
Prince Adam at the Congress of Vienna, 513-his part in the
rebellion against Nicholas, and his exile, 515.

Dundas Family of Arniston, the, review of Mr. Omond's memoirs of,

490---ancient origin of, 492—the first Sir James, 493---the second
Sir James, the Covenanter, 497—Sir Robert, member of the Scottish
Parliament, 502—Sir James, and his Jacobite opinions, 503—the
second Sir Robert, Lord Advocate and Dean of Faculty, 504; Lord
President, 512—Solicitor-General Robert Dundas, 505; resigns
office during Jacobite rebellion, 509; elected Lord Advocate, 512;
Lord President, 515—Henry Dundas, Lord Melville, 516—Lord
Chief Baron Dundas, 518-decline of the family influence in Edin-
burgh, 519.

England in the Eighteenth Century, review of Mr. Lecky's history of,
relations of France and England, 566-alleged dangers of the

346-accession to power of the second Pitt, 319--character of Pitt,
351; bis foreign policy, 357; his Irish policy, 361, 380; his

policy with regard to the French Revolution, 367.
England under the Angevin Kings, review of Miss Norgate's work on,

464-reign of Henry II., 473-Becket, 476-Henry of Blois, bishop
of Winchester, 478—Henry II.'s scheme for securing the succession
to his son, 482—character of Richard I., 486-John, 488—enforced

celibacy of the clergy, 489.
Ettrick Forest and the Yarrow, review of works upon, 1--early

history of, 4-antiquities of, 8--ancient charters of, 11-Border
lawlessness, 16 ---church organisation in, 17-local celebrities, 19-
Galashiels and Selkirk, 23-traditions of Flodden Field, 24-the

poetry of Ettrick and Yarrow, 30.
Europe, condition of politics in, review of works upon, 547—-warlike

elements in, 549-strength of armies of France, Germany, and
Russia, 550—-qualities needed in troops, 551–difficulties of mana-
ging vast armaments, 553—improbability of a retaliatory war by
France against Germany, 554 – Germany desires peace, 555-mar-
vellous progress of the German power, 557—speculations on a
Franco-German contest, 558-supposed possibility of an invasion of
Belgium by Germany, 561-policy and resources of Russia, 564-

United Kingdom, 567.
Europe and the French Revolution, review of M. Sorel's work upon,

185-break-up of mediævalism, 187--relations between the Catholic
States and the Roman Church, 189—survey of the condition of the
European States, 191-contrast between France and England, 208
—first effects of the French Revolution upon the States of Europe,
211-vacillation of Louis XVI., 216–intrigues of the émigrés, 219
-the opening of the war between Europe and the French revolu-
tionary government, 223.

France, Rural, review of works concerning, 277-variety in climate,

soil, and products in, 279— lingering traces of common-field hus-
bandry in, 281-literature of farming in, 282-history of agricul.
tural progress in, 283—deficiency of live stock in, 290—slow growth
of population in, 291--agricultural education in, 293-State-aided
agricultural improvements in, 296-division of the ownership of
the soil in, 297--condition of peasant proprietary in, 301-
métayage, 312.
French Revolution, English Actors in, review of works concerning,

445 Robert Pigott, 447 - James Watt, junior, and Thomas
Cooper, 450—William Playfair, 451–John Hurford Stone, 453–
William Stone, 454-Benjamin Vaughan, 455--George Grieve,

457—Thomas Paine, 459.
Frith, J., his life of Giordano Bruno reviewed, 114.
Fulin, M. da Rinaldo, his desence of the Venetian Republic against

charges of political assassination reviewed, 35.

Geffroy, A., his collection of the letters of Madame de Maintenon re-

viewed, 64.
Gladstone, Mr., and the Liberal Party, review of speeches of Lord

Hartington upon, 254-reunion of the Liberal party rendered im-
possible by Nr. "Gladstone's attitude, 259—his proposals for the

settlement of Irish government, 265.
Groome, F. H., his . Short Border History' reviewed, 1.
Guillemard, Dr. F. H. H., his account of the cruise of the Marchesa'
reviewed, 317.

Hartington, Marquis of, two of his speeches on the political situation

reviewed, 254–-on Irish disloyalty to the Queen, 254-on the im-
possibility of Liberal reunion under Mr. Gladstone, 259—hopes for
the future of the Liberal party, 267—on the national party of the

future, 269.
Hunting, review of a work by the Duke of Beaufort and Mr. Mowbray

Morris on, 385–--the object of the hunt, 386-fox-hunting com-
pared with deer-hunting, 388—scarcity of hares, 390-sport with
staghounds, 392 — complaints against hunting, 395 — compen-
sation for damage, 398-hunting as affected by railways, 399–
subscription-packs, 401--management of hunters, 404-cub-hunt-
ing, 409.


Ireland, review of speeches of Lord Hartington concerning, 254–

conduct of the Parnell faction during the Queen's Jubilee, 251–
J. S. Mill upon Irish grievances, 255—results of the unsettlement
of the land question, 256—Mr. Gladstone's apology for boycotting,
260—Mr. Gladstone on the alleged complicity of the Parnellites
with crime, 262—the question of Irish government not to be settled

by a party vote, 265.
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Lamansky, V., bis work on the State Secrets of Venice reviewed, 35.
Latrie, M. de Mas, his work on the projected poisoning of Mahomet II.

reviewed, 35.
Lavallée, T. de, his edition of the correspondence of Madame de

Maintenon reviewed, 64.
Laveleye, M. de, his work on the causes of war reviewed, 547.
Lecky, W. E. H., his history of England in the Eighteenth Century

reviewed, 346.
Liberal Party, the, and Mr. Gladstone, review of speeches cf Lord

Hartington concerning, 251-reunion rendered impossible by the
attitude of Mr. Gladstone, 259–Lord Hartington's hopes for re-
union, 267—union of Liberals and Conservatives in a National
party necessary, 269—the Liberal party sacrificed to Mr. Glad-
stone's ambition, 271— Liberals not necessarily Gladstonians,

Maintenon, Madame de, review of her letters, 64-her early life,

71-marries the poet Scarron, 73—her position as governess to
Louis XVI.'s children, 75--purchases the estate of Montespan, 78
--the king's attention attracted to, 80—installed in the late queen's
apartments, 81-becomes the acknowledged wife of the king, 82

- her foundation of St. Cyr, 83—her life at court, 84—her last
Marchesa,' Cruise of the, review of Dr. Guillemard's account of, 317

-Formosa, 317–Liu-kiu islands, 521–Kamschatka, 323--enor-
mous abundance of salmon, 325—Sulu Islands, 329—Philippine
Islands and Borneo, 330-Sumbawa island, 332- Celebes, 335–

New Guinea, 310.
Maudsley, Dr. II., his work on. Sex in Mind and Education re-

viewed, 89.
Mazade, M. Ch. de, his edition of the memoirs and correspondence of

Prince Adam Czartoryski reviewed, 520.
Morris, Mowbray, his book on Hunting reviewed, 385.

years, 88.


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