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Abbott, John S. C., Portrait, 96
Trevelyan. A Review by W. P. Trent, 134 America's Foreign Policy, by Theodore S. Woolsey, M.A.,
142 Among My Books, by Augustine Birrell, 408 An Incident and Other Happenings, by Sarah Barnwell
Elliott, 323 Apthorp, William F., Note, 98 ; Portrait, 99; Review of ** By the Way," 239; Biographical Note and Portrait,
307 Archer, William, Note, 280 Armageddon, by Stanley Waterloo, 248 Art and Personality. An Essay by Clara E. Laughlin,
292 Ashes of Empire, by Robert W. Chambers, 149 ; Note, 366 Austen, Jane, Memorial, Note, 17 Autobiography of Charles H. Spurgeon, 331 Bach, A. D., Portrait, 96 Bacon, Leonard, Portrait, 96 Baker, George H., Portrait, 11 Baneroft, George, Portrait. 11 Barr, Robert, Portrait, 448. Pictures of his homes, 448,
419 Barry, Rev. William, Portrait, 194 ; Review of “The Two
Standards," 214 Beacon Biographies, Note, 18 Beardsley, Aubrey, The Memorial of, The Early Work of,
and A Second Book of Fifty Drawings by. Illustrated
Review, 371 Beneath Blue Skies and Gray, by Ingram Crockett, 252 Bird Gods, by Charles De Kay,233 Bismillah. by A. J. Dawson, 149 Black Douglas, The, by S. R. Crockett, 405 Black, William, Note 18 : Portrait, 19 Book Plates, Lawrence E. Woodsworth, 98 Books Received, 68, 150, 251, 416 Book Without Types, A, by Samuel P. Avery. Illus
trated, 379 Bossuet, Portrait, 308 Roston Public Library, Gift to, 20. Note, 448 Brooks, Shirley, Portrait, 453 Browning. The Letters of Robert and Elizabeth Barrett.
A Review by Virginia Leila Wentz, 237 Brown, William Harvey, Note and Portrait, 291 Bryant, William Cullen, Portrait, 96 Bullen, Frank T., Portrait, 190 ; Review of "The Cruise
of the Cachelot," 215 Bunner, H. C., The Medal, Note and Reproductions of,
365 Burroughs, John. Note, 100; Portrait, 101 By the Way, by William Foster Apthorp. 239 By the Western Sea, by Marshall Isley, 253 By Way of Cape Horn, by Paul Eve Stevenson, 142 Campaigning in Cuba. by George Kennan, 329 Carroll, The Life and Letters of Lewis, by Stuart Dodg
son Collingwood. An Illustrated Review by Ellen
Burns Sherman, 120 Castle Inn, The, by Stanley J. Weyman, 62 Century of French Fiction, A, by Benjamin W. Wells,
333 Chesnutt. Charles W., Note, 360 ; Portrait, 361. Review
of “The Conjure Woman," by Mary Tracy Earle, 401 Chitral : The Story of a Minor Siege, by Sir G. S. Robert
Contemporary French Novelists, by René Doumic. A
Review by Elizabeth Gilbert Martin, 235 Corner of Spain, A, by Mrs. M. C. Harris, 142 Correspondence. A Question of War Maps, by John R.
Spears, 37 : Prof. Matthews, Dr. Wolfe and Du Maurier, by J. L. Brown, 37 ; Nursery Mpemonics, by Carolyn Wells, 37 ; Mrs. Wharton and Her Use of the Epigram in “The Greater Inclination," by F. J. G., 395 ;
Literature and Life, by John Wright Buckham, 473 Cougar-Tamer, The, by Frank Welles Calkins, 484 Court of the Second Empire, The, by M. Imbert de St.
of the Vine, A, by Gertrude Atherton, 404
an Illustrated Review, 112 Diet in Illness and Couvalescence, by Mrs. Winthrop, 330 Dryden, Portrait, 217 Dumas, Pere, Portrait, 366 Dumb Foxglove. by Annie Trumbull Slosson, 66 Dunne, Finley Peter, Note, 12; Portrait. 13 : Review by
James L. Ford of "Mr. Dooley in Peace and in War,
60; Note 362 Each Life Unfulfilled, by Anna Chapin Ray. 405 Early Stamped Bindings, An Illustrated Sketch, by S. T.
Prideaux, 41 Egypt, The Land of the Temple Builders, by Walter
Scott Perry, 413 Elson, Louis C., Biographical Note and Portrait, 306 Emin Pasha, His Life and Works. by George Schweitzer,
57 Espiritu Santo, by Henrietta Dana Skipper, 324 Essay on the Bases of Mystic Knowledge, by E. Recéjác,
319 Essays on the Higher Education, by Prof. George Trum
bull Ladd, 332 Evolutional Ethics and Animal Psychology, by E. P.
Evans, 231 Experimental Wooing. An, by Tom Hall, 247 Eye of a God, The, by W. A. Fraser, 415 Facts and History, An Essay by Charles G. D. Roberts,
355 Familiar Book Titles, A Competition, 378 Fatal Gift, The, by F. Frankfort Moore, 64 Fenelon, Portrait. 219 Field, David Dudley. 193 Fight for Santiago, The, by Stephen Bonsal, 328 Fighting in Cuban Waters, by Edward Stratemeyer. 329 Finck, Henry T., Biographical Note, 303 ; Portrait, 304 Fowler, The, by Beatrice Harraden, 403 Frederic, Harold, Silhouette of, 102 ; Note, 102 From Chaucer to Arnold, by Andrew J. George, 331 From Me to You, by Lillian Gertrude Sherman, 252 From Sunset Ridge, by Julia Ward Howe, 249 Frontier Stories, by Cy Warman, 67 Fur and Feathers Tales, by Hamblen Sears, 483 Glimpses of Modern German Culture, by Prof. Kuno
Francke, 335 Gloria Mundi, by Harold Frederic, 62 God's Prisoners, by John Oxenham, 246 Greater Inclination. The, by Edith Wharton, 400 Great Salt Lake Trail, The, by Col. Henry Inman and
Col. William F. Cody, 409 Hains, T. Jenkins, Note and Portrait, 364, Review of his
" The Wind-Jammers." 415 Hale, Edward Everett, Portrait, 294 ; Note, 364
Hale, Fhilip, Biographical Note and Portrait, 306
" Through Asia," by E. H. Mullin, 30
“The Orchestra and Orchestral Music," 239 ; Review
and Portrait, 305
phen Gwynn. An Illustrated Review by Frederick
James Gregg, 383
and Others, 21
tury, A, by Henry A. Beers, 406
Francis E. Leupp. 335
* Recent Music Books," 238; Review of "Mezzotints
ical Note and Portrait, 306
by Jay Hambidge, 211
Review by William Conant Church, 321
An Illustrated Review, 33
A. H. Garland. 109
Biographical Note and Portrait of, 304
A Review by Virginia Leila Wentz, 237
Collingwood, An Ilustrated Review, by Ellen Burns
229, 314, 386, 475
151, 255,337, 417. 487
beth Robins Pennell, An Illustrated Review, by Ch.
Lover's Revolt, A, by J. W. De Forest, 63
by Elisabeth L. Cary, Illustrated, 431; "A Few Low-
ells," by George V. W. Duryee, 436
Hinkson, 204 ; Review of “The Spirit of Place," by
ard Burton, 144
227, 318, 396, 472
prints. Illustrated, 124
tain D, Beames, 479
by Edward S. Holden, 333
By Rufus Rockwell Wilson, 459
Naudié's Young Wife, by A. Schade Van Westrum, 405
Tunis, by M. Boissier, 412
Roosevelt, Theodore, The Writings of, by Gansey R.
tina, and William, 93
H. Finley, 363 ; Note, 362
Maxwell, 440. Portrait by Valentine Greene, 441
Frank Yeigh, 195
by J. Mark Baldwin, 233
Simpson, With Early Portraits and Other Illustrations,
With Eight Miniature Portraits, 303
Henry van Dyke, 206
Essay, by E. H. Mullin, 85
190 ; A Unique Stevenson Collection, Illustrated, 200;
by Chester S. Lord, 325
dock. 2 13
Sweethearts and Wives, by Anna A. Rogers, AS
lustrated Review, by Cyrus K. Adams, 164
by William Loring Andrews, Illustrated : I, Etienne
ick James Gregg, 200
Penrhyn Stanlaws, opp. page 179, Review of Mrs. Mey-
A Sketch, 279
Mrs. Wharton and Her Use of the Epigram, A Letter
lion,'' by Mary Tracy Earle, 400.
of - The Stolen Story," by Chester S. Lord, 325
Review of, by E. H. Mullin, 139
trated Review, by A. R. Kimball, 459
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