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racies, nor does he seem to is a better hand at assumption take his task very seriously. than research. Having started He tries hard to prove—unsuc- upon his quest, he does not cessfully, of course—that Drum- carry it on to the end, nor mond was not in Scotland at attempt to discover the cause the time he held the 'Con- of the mystery. “ It is not versations with Jonson, and my task,” he confesses, 'to then suddenly throws up the inquire why a Scotch antisponge. Let me say at once quarian should dabble in for—thus he writes—“that, as gery.” Still less is it our task far as I am concerned, the ques- to inquire why Mr Stainer, tion as to whether Drummond M.A., should have given himwas in Scotland really is not self the trouble to write as very important. It requires foolish piece of literary too much research." Indeed criticism
have it does from Mr Stainer, who seen.
INDEX TO VOL. CCXVIII.
ABD-EL-KRIM'S STRONGHOLD IN DAY ASHORE, A, 385.
RIFF, THROUGH THE LINES TO (A Dead Men's TALES : IV. DICK PEEKE
FLAG, 328—VII. SOME GREAT Mo-
MENTS, 505—VIII. NEW SHIPS FOR
OLD, 652–IX. The Boat VOYAGE OF
DINOSA Ur's Ecc, THE: VI. Ursa Major
in the Ascendant, 40 – VII. The
on Chimbashi, 166—IX. Irene dis.
of India, 285—his unsettled opinions, Abode of Bliss, 186—XI. Chimbashi
at Bloomsbury, 297–XII. The Simple
nine Days, 319–XIV. News of the
“ Terror-dactyl,” 477–XV. Prévoy-
ants d'Avenir, 487--XVI. Eufs à la
Down “SEEK MIDDAY” STREET, 262.
LAWRENCE AND TIE HEJAZ, 733. EGYPTIAN CAPITULATION, AN, 647.
433—the spirit of “sportsmanship,”
England's ruin, 868—enemies abroad
and at home, ib. et seq.- the differ-
comparison with our neighbours, 872.
FALKLAND ISLANDS, The : I. The
FOLLY OF RENÉ GUIzet, THE, 91.
“ Free Trade,” the legacy of, 723.
mond, The,' notice of, 878—Are they I. THE SULTAN, 273.
II. JIM, 349.
TALES—IV. DICK PEEKE OF Tavis. FANTASIA, 414.
273—II. JIM, 349.
The MITIMONI RAIDERS, 667.
145 et seq.
GORDON, JAN: Down “SEEK MIDDAY” Nairn, Rev. J. A., Litt. D. (Oxon.
Cantab.): GEORGE BUCHANAN, 373
O'BRIEN, CONOR : TAE FALKLAN
PERISCOPE: MAGELLAN—AND AFTER
Lucas : THE CLASSICS OF THE TABLE, PIPER OF KERIMOR, TAE, 359.
POTTLE, FREDERICK A. : THE INCRED
IBLE BOSWELL, 149.
Powell, T. A. : A FOGGY AFFAIR, 830
PREVAILING ILL, THE, 692.
PRIESTLY, J. B.: COMIC CHARACTERS
IN REAL LIFE, 334.
PRYSE, GERALD SPENCER: THROUGH
ABD - EL-
STRONGHOLD IN THE RIFF, 437, 619,
PUBLIC SCHOOLS, RUNNING AT THE, SO2.
Rede Lectures, Mr Hugh Walpole's,
RENÉ GOIZET, THE FOLLY OF, 91.
RUNNING AT THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS, 802.
SARTEK : FANTASIA, 414.
SINJAB : “HPA-N-KHRIT,” S62.
Speed, the worship of, 138—the hunt
for pleasure, 139-sport and profes-
sionalism, ib. — shorter hours and
higher wages, 140.
C.M.G., D.S.O. : JAN NIKAL SEYN's
Sultan, TAE, 273.
TAYLOUR, Captain Basil, R.N. :-
A DAY ASHORE, 385.
Sartor NATATOR, 124.
Trade Union Congress, the, and the
extremists, 578 et
Grey's, 724 et seq.
VALE, EDMUND: THE BULL ROARER,
-August, 284–September, 425—Octo-
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