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INDEX TO VOL. CXLI.
AFGHANISTAN, IN THE HEART OF, 81- National Independence,' reviewed,
the object of the Afghan Frontier 148.
mtlitary operations, 714-total strength
warfare, 716 et seq.--the pacification
of Burma, 717.
Burton, John Hill, as a historian, 749.
CATHAY AND THE GOLDEN CHERSONESE,
Chinese, ib.-division of the Shans into
230—China and its
mese collisions on the frontier, 236—
by Leslie Stephen, reviewed, 310. misunderstandings between Burma and
the bison, ib.-a shooting expedition trade with South-Western China, 24j.
of, 495 et seq.
Colquhoun, Mr, on British trade with
of the Transylvanian
Competition in flax-spinning, 507
Corn Laws and commercial prosperity, the
of the, 496.
Queen Charlotte,' reviewed, 441
DARKNESS, THE LAND OF, 1.
Darwin's, Charles, works, 752 et seq.
Death Customs of the Transylvanian
Debates in the House of Commons, un- FREE TRADE AND DEPRESSED TRADE,
491–Our fiscal policy, ib.—duties on
James Russell Lowell, reviewed, 291. of farm produce in 1850 and 1885, ib
conclusion, imports of farm produce, 494-good
harvests and trade depression, 495—
repeal of the Corn Laws and commercial
pig-iron, 497—the German tariff, 498
States tariffs, 502—the Royal Com-
their origin, ib. -the annals of the the dicta of the Cobden school, 504
349—the “Douglas Cause,” ib. et seq. Gaskell, Mrs, as a writer of fiction, 758.
Gipsies' religion, 637 et seq.
1885,' by W. J. O'Neill Daunt, re. Gladstone's, Mr, attacks on the Liberal
Unionists, 320—his views on the Plan
Irish opponents in 1881, 722_his
life and property in Ireland, 724–
arraignment of Parliament before the
mobocracy, 726_his attempt to over.
attack on Lord Hartington at the
Eighty Club,” 733—his appeal to
the Nonconformists, 860-his Parlia.
great demand for architects' and Gladstonian-Parnellite Confederacy, the,
Liberal Unionist, 317.
Green, J. R., as a historian, 749.
Harcourt, Sir William, and the Parnel.
Hartington, Lord, and his followers, the
chester,' by Thomas Hughes, reviewed, 731.
Harvests, good, and trade depression,
HAYWARD, MR, AND HIS LETTERS, 37– the question of Catholic Emancipation,
his literary career, 38 et seq.-his poli- 158—the negotiations for Union, 159
and the Catholic claims, 160—the in-
- Mr Gladstone's responsibility for the -the United Irishmen of 1798, 165
720 - undue
-Lord Cornwallis and the Govern-
JACK AND MINORY: a Tale of Christ-
Jamieson, Mr Auldjo, on Income Tax
Japan, attack on the British legation in,
land of mounted warriors, ib. — the JAPAN, THE PICTORIAL ART OF, 281–
from 1852 to 1860, by the late Charles
Journalism, development of, 761.
Joyce, I.-IV., 603-V.-VIII., 770.
FOR EVER, 325.
Khorasan, fertile valleys of, 574.
Kinglake's, Mr, epic of a great campaign,
Knox and the wrecking of ecclesiastical
110, III et seq.
WITH, 154—the Union controversy, “La Bête,' par Victor Cherbuliez, re-
and the employers of labour, 679-emi-
ib, et seq.-Colonial squatters, 682.
ployés, par André Theuriet, reviewed,
• Le Cavalier Miserey, 21 Chasseurs,' par
Abel Hermant, reviewed, 707.
Buchanan, reviewed, 436.
Lord Tennyson, reviewed, 129.
Stuart Phelps, reviewed, 297.
land of Mary Stuart,' by John Skelton,
England, 117–his strategy in politics
on Knox, 124.
ginia Reminiscence, 807.
enson, reviewed, 564.
The attack on the British Legation in
mons, development of, 721.
Jan. : Maga's picture-gallery, 126
fessor Dowden's Life of Shelley, 131–
Feb. : Democracy and other Aa-
A History of Adventure,
Parleyings with Certain
-The Service of Man, by J. Cotter
April : James Fraser, Second Bishop
MAY: FRENCH CONTEMPORARY Nov.
L'Affaire Froideville Mæurs
June: The LITERATURE OF THE LAST
ing, 745. HISTORY, ib.: Sir William RECOLLECTIONS OF KAISER WILHELM,
PHILOSOPHY, Relics, sacred, 377.
VELOPMENT OF JOURNALISM, 760. “ Round Table” Conferences, the, 597.
Royal Commission and free trade, 502.
AND, 573—the possibilities of a Russian
invasion of India, ib.-Russian designs
portance in their day,' &c., by Robert strength of the Russian army, 577
probable war between England and
Monastery of St. John, ib.—the credulity Russian army, strength of the, 382 et seq.
MENTS, 382—strength of the Russian
army, ib.-how it is recruited, 383—
386—Skoboleff on the army, 389—the
Salisbury's, Lord, Cabinet, the legislation
Sarracinesca, XXV.-XXVI., 92_XXVII.-
of the different schools of Conservatism, XXXII. XXXIV., 469.
the country, ib.-wrecking of churches
England, 117—the negotiations with
France, 121-opening of Parliament
Knox and Maitland, 124.
824—the provision for elementary edu-
cation, ib.—the decline of secondary
schools, ib.—the teaching of “specific
grading of schools, 826—the Scotch