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LITERARY NOTICES:-Love's Trilogy, 115;
Miscellaneous Poems, 117; Sport in
Abyssinia; or, The Mareb and Tackaz-
zee, 119; Essays on the Endowment of
Research, 122; On Fermentation, 124;
Terra Incognita; or, the Convents of the
United Kingdom, 126; Ethical Studies,
239; Famous Women and Heroes, 241;
London Lyrics, 244; Transcendentalism
in New England, 245; Cup and Platter;
or, Notes on Food and its Effects, 248;
Words their Use and Abuse, 250;
Hogan, M.P., 254; The Warfare of
Science, 382; A Woman Scorned, 483;
Journal of Commodore Goodenough, R.N.,
C.B., C.M.G., 486; The Influence of
Descartes. on Metaphysical Speculation
in England, 491; The Odes of Horace
literally translated in Metre, 494; The
Regent. A Play, in Five Acts and Epi-
logue, 497; Weather Charts and Storm
Warnings, 499; Sibyl of Cornwall; and
the Heart's Great Rulers. Pleasure; a
poem in seven parts. The Immortals;
or, Glimpses of Paradise. London in
Light and Darkness; with all the Author's
shorter poems, 501; A Norse Love Story.
The Pilot and his Wife, 503; M. Michel
Chevalier et Le Bimétallisme, 507;
Logical Praxis; comprising a Summary of
the Principles of Logical Science and
Copious Exercises for Practical Applica-
tion, 508; Poems of the Months, 510;
Bluebeard's Widow and her Sister Anne;
their History evolved from Mendacious
Chronicles, 510; A Classified English
Vocabulary, 511; The Errors of Homo-
opathy, 511; Rahel: Her Life and Letters,
625; Spirtualism, and allied Causes and
Conditions of Nervous Derangement, 628;
Reason and Revelation. Being an Ex-
amination into the Nature and Contents
of Scripture Revelation as Compared with
other forms of Truth, 633; Waifs of
Conversation, 639; The Races of Man
and their Geographical Distribution, 780
Imperial Federation of Great Britain and
her Colonies, 785; A Glossary of Litur-
gical and Ecclesiastical terms, 786; The
Owl's Nest in the City, 789; Bessie Lang,
791; The Life after Death, and the Things
to Come, 795; The Prairie Province :
Sketches of Travel from Lake Ontario to
Lake Winnipeg. 795; Silver Vindicated,
Literary Cliques and Critics, 620.
Love's Messengers, by Ida, 437.
MacIlwaine, Rev. Dr., 272.
MacMorland, Rev. Dr., Cremation, 13; The
Launching of the Lifeboat, 172.
Medieval Church, 570.
Medical Men, Roman, 474.
Milton's Satan, 707.
Munster Circuit, Chaps. IX., X., XI.,
No. XXX., Sir Bernard Burke, 16.
No. XXXI., Sir William Gregory, 146.
No. XXXII., The Rev. Dr. John Eadie,
No. XXXIII., The Baroness Burdett
No. XXXIV., Sir Francis Hincks, 534.
No. XXXV., Right Hon. W. E. Bax-
Palace of the Cæsars, 666.
Parochial Nomination System in Ireland,
Personality of Goldsmith, 352.
POETRY: - Impromptu Lines, 13; The
Priest of Ageray, 24; Lays of the Saintly,
102, 216, 332, 466, 576, 677; In the
Porch, 155; The Launching of the Life-
boat, 172; A Song of Life, 182; A
Golden Wedding, 272; Αἴλινον, ἄιλινον
ειπέ,—Τὸ δ ξυ νικάτω, 291 ; A Dream
within a Dream, 402; Love's Messengers,
437; Death, 465; A Madrigal, 541;
Βῆ δ ̓ ἀκέων παρὰ θίνα, 569 ; The Achill
Isles, 589; Part of a New Translation of
Tasso's Gerusalemme Liberata, 615; Au-
tonomy, 624; Ode of Horace. Lib. IV.
7., 664; Student's Drinking Song, 723;
Thekla the Waif. A Christmas Legend,
733; Maureen Cosha Dhas, 758.
Poets, Buried, 601.
Prester, John, 376, 397, 570.
Roman Circus and Roman Games, 342.
Roman Medical Men, 474.
Rome, Among the Dead in, 590.
Roscommon, Earl of, 601.
Sand, Georges, On France, 224.
Sand, Georges, Some Characteristics of, 368.
Satan, Milton's, 707. .
Science, The Warfare of, 382.
Scott, Miss Rebecca, A Christmas Legend,
Servia and the Slavs, Part I., 385; Part II.,
513; Part III., 773.
South Australia, The Aborigines, 111.
STORIES:-The MSS. of Professor Wittem-
bach, 54; Elis Fröbom, 156; The Major's
Oak, 231; The Violin of the Man that
was Hanged, 327; Myrtille, 416; Leaves
from my Note Book, by an Ex-Officer of
the Royal Irish Constabulary, 439; Fast
Friends, by Miss Currey, 542; The Sha-
dow on the Wall, Part I., 687; The Char-
coal Burner of the Creux du Vau, 741.
Studies in Scottish Literature :--
No. I., Sir David Lindsay, 76.
No. II., Ferguson,
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