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Elizabeth and the Church of England.
Locksley Hall and the Jubilee
January 1887 Notes and Queries on the Irish Demand.
February The Greater Gods of Olympos-1. Poseidon
March The Greater Gods of Olympos-2. Apollo
May Lecky's History of England in the Eighteenth Century June The Greater Gods of Olympos—3. Athene
July Mr. Lecky and Political Morality
August Electoral Facts of 1887 .
September, Ingram's History of the Irish Union
October An Olive Branch from America
November • Robert Elsmere and the Battle of Belief.
May 1838 The Elizabethan Settlement of Religion
July Mr. Forster and Ireland
November , Daniel O'Connell
January 1889 • Divorce :' a Novel
February . For the Right'
April Italy in 1888–89
May Plain Speaking on the Irish Union
July Phænician Affinities of Ithaca
August Journal de Marie Bashkirtseff
October The English Church under Henry the Eighth
November Memorials of a Southern Planter'
December Electoral Facts of To-day
December The Melbourne Government-its Acts and Persons
January 1890 On Books and the Housing of them.
March Mr. Carnegie's Gospel of Wealth.
November Professor Huxley and the Swine Miracle
February 1891 Letter of Apology to Huxley .
April Electoral Facts, No. 3
September, Ancient Beliefs in a Future State .
October • The Platform: its Rise and Progress'
April 1892 Did Dante study in Oxford ? :
June The Love Odes of Horace—five specimens .
1894 The Place of Heresy and Schism in the Modern Christian Church
August True and False Conceptions of the Atonement
September, Bishop Butler and his Censors
November 1895 Bishop Butler and his Censors (concluded)
1896 The Massacres in Turkey
May 28, 1898.
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INDEX TO VOL. XLIII
The titles of articles are printed in italics
Arnold (Thomas), Arthur Hugh
the Government's Opportunity, 345–
Art, influence of fashion on, 377–378
BARKING Hall: a Year after,
Barry (Bishop), Breach of Church
Law : its Danger and its Remedy,
Dolbreuse and Queen Victoria, 625- ambition in his political character,
Bible, The English: Wyclif to Cover.
Biography, why becoming a lost art,
Birchenough (Henry), The Expansion
Blockades, commercial, 699-705
the Limits of Co-operation, 915-
British trade in the East, see German
and its Sham Army, 1-7
Translation of the Georgics in
Burlington House, Millais's Works at,
Buxton (Dr. Dudley W.), Deaths under
Byron, The Childhood and School
YABINET ministers in bygone ad- Cottage Homes for the Aged Poor,
Criminals, treatment of, see Prisons
Croke (Dr.), his breach of Parliament-
Culpeper, Nicholas, 755-763
DANTE and Paganism, 301-311
Decade, the, a society at Oxford,
Diet, the so-called 'vegetarian,' 559-
- need of a mixed animal and vegeta-
- for those of advanced years, 564
Digestion in man and animals, 971-
Diggle (Joseph R.), The Conservative
from, to London in 1791, 795-808
Du Cane (Sir Edmund), Do we need
The Prisons Bill and Progress in
and its Remedy, 943-956
Pourri from a Surrey Garden,'
East, German versus British Trade
Education, general and technical, es-
Education, The Higher, of Women in
Ofice and its Sham Army, 16-22 tive Party and, 604-611
Engineering Dispute, The Navy and
England, Parish Life in, before the
at War, 171-181
-- a Supplement, by an old Tory,
EARLE (Mrs. C. W.), her Pot.
FEARON DE TR.),
England, France and, 521-533
Hallett (Holt S.), The Partition of
- Lord Salisbury's Score in China,
Harrison (Frederic), On Style in
Hastings (Warren), trial of, 807-808
Hat, etiquette of the, in Parliament,
Dante and Pagan- 200-202
Haymarket opera in 1791, 806
Sir John Lubbock on the, 284-291 764-779
Hobart-Hampden (Lady Albinia), The
Things of Interest and Beauty, 570-
Bubonic Plague in India, 1008-1016
Hurd (Archibald s.), The Navy and the
- British Ships in Foreign Navies,
Note on the above, 866-868
Aged Poor, 633-636
of the Diocese of Rochester, 457-465
Georgics, Specimen of a Trans- Indian Frontier, The Permanent
Inquisition, The Methods of the, 389–
Ireland, the rebellion of 1798 in, 222–
the story of, 613-624
Greenwood_(Frederick), England at JERSEX.Countess ot), White Slaves,
Jessopp (Rev. Dr.), Parish Life in
England before the Great Pillage,
condition of the army, 8
Jonson (Ben), visit of, to Paris, 602 Mason (Professor A. J.), The Romance
English Literature in Tudor Times, Mayo (Earl of), Sir John Lubbock on
the Financial Relations Commis.
Meath (Countess of), The First
Woman's Hospital in Morocco,
Meissonier, E., 822–840
Mennonites, settlement of, in Manitoba,
Meysey-Thompson (Sir Henry), The
Real Grievances of the Uitlanders,
Millais's Works at Burlington House,
Miracle plays, 436-438
Monmouth (Humphrey), 848
Moreing (C. A.), Great Britain's Op.
portunity in China, 328-335
Morocco, The First Woman's Hospital
Murray (Professor Gilbert), letter on
his History of Greek Literature,'
Note on the North-West Frontier
Navy, The, and the Engineering Dis.
home defence, 23-29
Opera, Wanted an, 977-984
tion of the Colonies in the Home
PAGANISM, Dante and, 301-311
ing Sergeant's Suggestions, 30-34
Pantheon opera house in 1791, 804,
Parish Life in England before the
Lilly (W. S.), The Methods of the In. NAPIER (Lord) of Magdala, A Brief