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UNIV, OCME

QUARTERLY

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No. 455 APRIL, 1918
I. Eton: the Old and the New.

By H. E. Luxmoore
II. Belgium and Luxembourg, 1831-1839.

By Prof. H. Vander Linden. (With Map)
III. National Churches and National Life.

By Bishop W. Boyd Carpenter
IV. British Writers on the United States.

By Prof. Robert S. Rait
V. How Germany treats the Native.

By Evan Lewin and M. Montgomery Campbell
VI. The Evolution of Revolution. By H. M. Hyndman
VII. The Principles of Reconstruction.
1. Primary Conditions.

By C. Ernest Fayle
VIII. Church Reform.

By Canon M. G. Glazebrook
IX. Keats and Sir Sidney Colvin.

By John Bailey
X. Shall England Finance Germany after the War?
XI. Islam and the War.

By Sir Valentine Chirol
XII. Child Education in India.

By E. Agnes R. Haigh
XIII. Stopford Brooke.

By John Drinkwater
XIV. Grievances and Aims of Labour. By 'A Skilled Artisan'
XV. The Course of the War. By Colonel Blood (With Map)
XVI. Greece and the Balkan Settlement. By Principal Burrows

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No. 455,- APRIL, 1918.

Art. 1.-ETON; THE OLD AND THE NEW.

1. History of Eton College, 1440–1910. By Sir H. Maxwell

Lyte. 4th Edition. Macmillan, 1911. 2. Annals of the King's College of our Lady of Eton beside

Windsor. By Wasey Sterry. Methuen, 1898. 3. A History of Eton College. By Lionel Cust. Duck

worth, 1899. 4. Fasti Etonenses. By A. C. Benson. Eton: Ingalton

Drake, 1899. 5. Eton in the Forties. By A. D. Coleridge. Bentley,

1898. 6. Memories of Eton Sixty Years Ago. By A. C. Ainger.

Murray, 1917. 7. Eton in the 'Seventies. By the Hon. Gilbert Coleridge.

Smith, Elder, 1902 8. Eton in the Eighties. By Eric Parker. Smith, Elder,

1909. 9. Etoniana. Nos 1-XXI. By R. C. Austen Leigh. Spottiswoode, 1917.

And other works.

OF making many books there is no end, but neither the making nor the reading appears to be weariness when they deal with Eton. Lord Harcourt has lately presented the school with his collection of Etoniana; it ends at the date 1900 and contains more than 2000 volumes, of which, without counting the issues of school periodicals, no fewer than 565 come within the reign of Queen Victoria. Nor does the output slacken. Mr Ainger opportunely fills a gap by his . Eton Sixty Years Ago'; and there is no year since 1830 and few since 1810 not the subject of Vol. 229,--No. 455.

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