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Newspapers in China, 42-44
- reading of, by the working classes,

109-112
– provincial, cost of producing, 393-

394
comparative table of the contents of,

395
Niagara, buying, 815-823
Nova Scotia's Cry for Home Rule, 785–

794
Novelists as depicters of disease, 579–

591
Novels, French, 692

Peking Gazette,' the, 42-43
Penzance (Lord), Collapse of the Free

Trade Argument, 322-339
Personality, Multiplex, 648-666
Pigtails, Chinese, 49
Players, merely, 416-422
Pleasure and pain, 259-269
Pliny, letters of, 221–223
Pollock (Lady), The 'Hamlet' of the

Seine, 805
Portugal, emigration from, 562
Postage, a year's payment for, 215
Poverty, increase of, in London, 687-

688

suggestions for its relief, 690-692
Primrose League, the,

33-39
Prisoners as Witnesses, 453–472
Protection, commercial, experience of,

in Canada, 332
-mischievous working of, in Nova

Scotia, 787
Protectionists, place of, in the House of

Commons during Russell's first Minis-

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try, 593

Provincial Paper, a, how it is managed,

391-402
Pullman carriage factory, visit to, 908

QUI
UEBEC, decline of the British ele-

PACIFIC
PACIFIC Ocean, annexation in the,

119
Pacific, Europe in the, 742-764

Paintings

, water-colour, influence of Ra Railroads, opposition of the Chinese

,
light upon, 270-283
Panther hunt in India, 199-200
Papua, see New Guinea
Paradise-birds of New Guinea, 86
Paris, performance of Hamlet'in, 805-

814
Parliament, how to deal with Home
Rule obstruction in, 9
dissolution of, by a defeated Ministry,

139
Parliament, the Church and, 565–578
Parnell (Mr.), his tenant relief bill, 609–

614
Party government, 308
Pasteur and Hydrophobia, 149–170
Paston letters, 229
Paupers, abuse of the workhouse system

by, 713-714
Pearson (Norman), Before Birth, 340–

363

ment in, 14

to, 41-42
Rarotonga, 745
Robb (J. Hampden), Buying Niagara,

815-823
Robinson (J. C.), a reply to, 270-283
Rogers (Rev. J. Guinness), bis speech

at the City Temple Conference, 568
- A Suspended Conflict, 829-843
Romanes (Mr.) on pleasure and pain in

the brute creation, quoted, 258
Romans, settlement of, at Cambridge,

727
Rome, ancient, letter-writing in, 217-

227
Rural Enclosures and Allotments, 844-

866
Russia, movement of, towards the

Mediterranean, 446-447
- emigration from, 562

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ALMON (Edward G.), What the Suspended Conflict, a, 829-843

Working Classes read, 108–117 Switzerland, emigration and immigra-
What Girls read, 515-530

tion in, 562
Salzburg, visit to St. Peter's Abbey at, Symmachus, letters of, 223-224

389-390
Samoa, German designs upon, 756
Sand (George), Gustave Flaubert and,
693-708

NAHITI, 747, 749
Sandwich Islands, the, 745

Taine, a Literary Portrait, 51-73
Scandinavia, emigration and immigra- Talma as Hamlet, 805-806
tion in, 556

Telepathy, 355-356
Schools, Recreative Evening, 130-138 Temperance movement and the licens-
Science and Art Department, short- ing system, 797
comings of, 545-546

Tetragrammaton, the, 96
Sclater (P. L.), The Animals of New Thackeray, as a depicter of disease,
Guinea, 74-90

583-584
Scorpions, suicide of, 256

Thought-Reader's Experiences, a, 867-
Seamen, merchant, 903-904

885
Second Chamber system, failure of, Tientsin, the attack on the French
320

settlement at, 621
Sewell (Miss), writings of, 517-518 Tiger hunt in India, 195–199
Sick, treatment of, in workhouses, 710- Tirard (Dr. Nestor), Disease in Fiction,
713

579-591
Sickness, average duration of, 259–260 Tocqueville (A. de), his work on the
Sidonius Apollinaris, letters of, 224-225 French Revolution, 65
Sisters-in-Law, 667-677

Tonga Archipelago, the, 758
Smith (Dr. G. Vance), Revision of the Trevelyan (Sir Charles) on Treasury
Bible, 91-107

officials, quoted, 499-500
— (Goldwin), Moral of the late Crisis, Twining (Louisa), Workhouse Cruelties,
305-321

709-714
on Comte's law of the three states,
719

The Political History of Canada,
14-32

UNION Vote, the, 1-13
(H. Herbert), Rural Enclosures and Unionist Campaign, the, 294-302
Allotments, 844–866

Unionist Liberals, their incapability of
Sonnerat, voyage of, to New Guinea, subsisting as an independent party,

10
Spain, emigration from, 562

– position and prospects of the, 592-
Spas, English and Foreign, 201-214

608
Stephen (Mr. Justice), Prisoners as United Kingdom, emigration and immi.
Witnesses, 453-472

gration in, 557–558
- On the Suppression of Boycotting, United States, a Flying Visit to the,
765-784

901-912
Strikes, the law on, 770

United States, statistics of immigration
Student life at Cambridge in the past, to the, 563
738-740

University, the Building up of a, 724-
Sturgis (Julian), Wanteda Leader, 741

183-193
Suez Canal, not the key of India, 448
Suicide, freedom of the brute creation
from, 256

TASTERN, the struggle against the
Sulphated waters, 206–207

enclosure of, 846–817
Sulphur springs, 208

Vatican, France, Chinn, and the, 617-
Sully (Mounet) as Hamlet, 807-811

632

74

VASTI

WAK

YTE

, Zea-

Winter, the coming, in Ireland, 609–
land and Mr. Froude, 171-182 616
Wales (Prince of), a thought-reading Witnesses, Prisoners as, 453-472
seance with the, 873-874

Wood (H. Trueman), Exhibitions, 633–
Wallace (A. R.), his experience of New 647
Guinea, 76–77

Woodhall Spa, 205
Walpole (Horace), letters of, 231 Workhouse Cruelties, 709-714
Wanted -a Leader, 183-193

Working Classes, what they read, 103–
· War, the modern name for popular 117
agitations, 772

Working classes, relations between the
Water-colours, Light and, 270-283 wealthy and the, 794–796
Whitworth Scholarships, 546-547 Wright (Thomas), Our Craftsmen, 531-
Widow, the Hindu, 364–373

552
Wills (Rev. Freeman), Recreative Even-

ing Schools, 130-138
Wiltshire, Aubrey's description of,
quoted, 847–848

YEO

CEO (Dr. J. Burney), English and
-agricultural holdings of, 856

Foreign Spas, 201-214
-example of the allotment system in, Yonge (Miss), stories of, 517
on Lord Lansdowne's estate, 857–859

Ytene, 503

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