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THE NINETEENTH CENTURY. THE CONTEMPORARY REVIEW.

NOVEMBER, 1894. What has become of Home Rule?

By J. E. Redmond, M.P. England and the Coming Thunderstorm : a German View, By Dr. Felix

Boh. Christian Socialism. By His Grace the

Duke of Argyll. The Parliaments of the World. By

J. Taylor Kay. The Press in Turkey. By H. Anthony

Salmoné. Babies and Monkeys. By S. S. Buckman. The People's Kitebens in Vienna,

By Edith Sellers. More Light on Antonio Perez, By

Major Martin A. S. Hume. The Monometalist Creed: a Reply

a Challenge. By Henry Dunning MacLeod. The Corean Crux: a Word for China.

By Demetrius C. Boulger. Nonconformist Forebodings. By the

Rev. J. Guinness Rogers. Fruit Ranching. By A. C. Twist. The Bible in Elementary Schools.

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NOVEMBER, 1894.
Tha Chino-Japanese Conflict and
After: a Conversation. By Sir Thomas

Wade.
The Destruction of the Board

School. By John Clifford, D.D.
“ The Manxman”; Manx Life and
Manxland. By the Author of "Fo'c'sle

Yarns."
The New Syriac Gospels. By J. Rendel

Harris,

School Supply in the Middle Ages,

By Arthur F. Leach.
The Eastern Hindu Kush. By Colonel

A. G. Durand.
A New Theory of the Absolute. 1.

By Professor Setb.
The Development of English Metres.

By William Larminie.
The Amalgamation of London. By

Frederic Harrison.
The Future Government of London.

By C. Laurence Gomme.

NOVEMBER, 1894.
The Crimea in 1864 and 1894. Part

II. By General Sir Evelyn Wood, G.C.B.,

V.C., etc.
China, Japan, apd Corea. By R. S.

Gundry.
Burning Questions of Japan. By A.

Henry Savage Landor.
Hermany Von Helmholtz. By Arthur
W. Rücker, F.R.S.
Women's Newspapers. By Miss Evelyn

March-Phillipps.
Rambles in Norsk Finmarken. By

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I Note on Wordsworth. By Thomas

Hutchinson.
Symmetry and Incident. By Mrs. Mey.

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Venetian Missa s. By Herbert P. Horne.
.Lire in other Planets. By Sir Robert

Ball, F.R.S.
The Heart of Life. Chaps. 1-3.

By W.
H Mallock.
An Addendum. By Ouida,

NOVEMBER, 1894.
Discontent in India. "Indian."
Pseudo-Individualism; or, the Pres

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A Colonial Home Rule Question.

By J. Maclachlan.
George Meredith's Nature Poetry.

1. EARTH AND MAN. By William F. Revell. The Legal Professions. A PLEA PER

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Musical criticism and Critics. By

Jacob Bradford, MUS.D. OXON.
A Dominant Note of Some Recept

Fiction. By Thomas Bradfield.
An Australian Watering-Place and

Its Industries. By A. J. Rose-Soley.
Tennyson's Turncoat. By Joseph

Davies,
The Stage as an Educator. By 1.1
Walton.

A National Contrast.

Contemporary Literature.

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PROF. MAX MÜLLER ON AGNOSTICISM. hy I am not an Agnostic, By Professor Max MÜLLER. Nineteenth century, December, 1894. Price, postpaid, 40 cents.

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