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CONTENTS OF No. 392.
Art. 1.-1. Exchange of Notes between the United Kingdom
and the United States of America providing for a
Foster, Ex-Secretary of State of the United States.
F.R.G.S., F.G.S.A., Professor of Geology at the
279 II.-1. The Island; or, the Adventures of a Person of
Quality. By Richard Whiteing. London : 1899. 2. Number 5 John Street. By Richard Whiteing. London : 1899,
305 III.--Religion in Greek Literature. By Lewis Campbell,
M.A., LL.D. London, New York, and Bombay:
334 IV.-1. Dante Gabriel Rossetti : Letters and Memoir. 2 vols.
By William Michael Rossetti. London : 1895.
London, New York, and Bombay : 1899.
By Aymer Vallance. London: 1897.
356 V.-1. Italy: From the Fall of Napoleon I., in 1815, to the
By John Webb Probyn. New
Cambridge : 1898.
of Italy from 1814 to 1871. By Bolton King,
Paris : 1898.
Humann and O. Puchstein. Berlin: 1890.
Pennsylvania Edited by II. V. Hilprecht.
Vol. I., Parts i. and ii. Philadelphia : 1893, 1896, 109 VII.-1. Life and Campaigns of Alexander Leslie, Earl of
C. S. Terry, M.A. University
London, New York, and Bombay : 1899.
of Somerville College, Oxford. London: 1899, 429 VIII.-1. An Atlas of Representative Stellar Spectra. By Sir
William lluggins, K.C.B., and Lady Iluggins.
London : 1899.
F.R.S. London: 1898.
3. Magnitude. By Frank McClean, F.R.S.
Britain and the German Empire relating to the
Pacific, No. 1. London: 1836.
ments relative to the New Hebrides, 1887 and 1888.
biographical sketch by his son Arthur Milman,
510 XI.-1. The Queen's Speech on the Opening of Parliament,
January 30, 1900.
African Republic and the Orange Free State
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