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Disastrous Effects of the Destruction of
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7390 Norris (P. W.) Fifth Annual Report of the Superintendent of Yellowstone National Park. Map and illustra50 7388 Wright (G. F.) The Glacial Boun- tions. 8vo. pp. 81. Wash., 1881. dary in Ohio, Indiana and Kentucky. 7391 Raynolds (Brig. Gen. W. F.) Maps. 8vo. pp. 86. Cleveland, 1884. 75 Report on the Exploration of the Yellow7389 Wyoming. Jones (Capt. W. A.) stone River. Map. 8vo. pp. 174. WashReport on the Reconnoissance of North-ington, 1868. western Wyoming in 1873. Large Geological Map, and 49 route maps. 8vo. pp. 210. Half bound. Washington, 1874.



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7393 California. Van Dyke (Theodore 7403 Harvey (Rev. M.) Text-book of S.) Southern California: Its Valleys, Hills Newfoundland History. Map and woodand Streams; its Animals, Birds and Fishes; cuts. 16mo. pp. 202. Boston, 1885. its Gardens, Farms and Climate. 12mo. 7404 Howe (Daniel W.) The Laws and pp. 233. New York, 1886. Courts of Northwest and Indian Territories. 7394 Carnegie (Andrew). 12mo. pp. 25. Indianapolis, 1886. Democracy; or, Fifty Years' Republic. 8vo. pp. 519.


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7405 Hudson (Ja. F.) The Railways and New York, the Republic. 8vo. pp. 489. New York,

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7395 Charnay (Désire). Les Anciennes 7406 Hutchinson (T.) Diary and LetVilles de Nouveau Monde. Voyages d'Ex-ters of Thomas Hutchinson, Esq., Captainplorations au Mexique et dans l'Amerique General and Governor-in-Chief of His Late Centrale, 1857-81. 214 engravings and 19 Majesty's Province of Massachusetts Bay, maps and plans. Royal 4to. pp. 469, paper. in North America; with an account of his Paris, 1885. 17 50 Government of the Colony during the pe7396 Childs (Emery E.) A History of riod preceding the War of Independence, the United States, in chronological order, etc.; compiled from original documents; from the discovery of America in 1492 to edited by his grandson, Peter Orlando Hut1885. 12mo. pp. 254. N. Y., 1886. 1 00 chinson. 2 vols., 8vo. Boston, 1886. 7397 Clay (Cassius M.) The Life of. Memoirs, Writings and Speeches, showing his conduct in the Overthrow of American Slavery, the Salvation of the Union, and the Restoration of the Autonomy of the States. Written and compiled by himself. 2 vols., 8vo. Cincinnati, 1886. Vol. 1 now ready. Per vol.

tries of South America. Philadelphia, 1866.

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7407 Illinois 112th R. V. I. Thompson (B. F.) History of the 112th Regiment Illinois Volunteer Infantry, 1862-65. 8vo. pp. 480. Toulon, 1885. 3 00

7408 Keim (De B. R.) Sheridan's Troopers on the Borders: a Winter Campaign on the Plains. 12mo. pp. 308. Philadelphia, 1886. 1 00

7398 Clemens (E. J. M.) La Plata Coun- 7409 Lincoln (Abraham). Reminiscences 511. of, by Distinguished Men of his Time. Col1 50 lected and edited by Allen T. Rice. Portraits. 8vo. pp. 856. N. Y., 1886. 4.00 7410 McClure (A. K.) The South: its Industrial, Financial and Political Condition. Philadelphia, 1886. pp. 257.


7399 Crawford (Captain Jack). The Poet Scout; a Book of Song and Story. Illus. Sq. 12mo. pp. 181. N. Y., 1886. 2 00 7400 Cruise (The) of the Alabama. By One of the Crew [P. D. Haywood], with 7411 McConkey (Miss Rebecca). Notes from Historical Authorities. 16mo. Hero of Cowpens (Gen. Daniel Morgan): a pp. 150, paper. Boston, 1886. 50 Revolutionary Sketch. 12mo. pp. 295. New York, 1885. 1.00

7401 Eells (Rev. M.) Ten Years of Missionary Work among the Indians at Skokomish, Washington Territory, 1874-84. 12mo. pp. 271. Boston, 1866. 1 25

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A MANUAL OF UNIVERSAL CHURCH HISTORY. By Rev. JOHN ALZOG, D.D., Professor of Theology at the University of Freiburg. Translated from the ninth enlarged and improved German edition, and edited and brought down to the present time, by Rev. F. J. Pabisch, D.D., President, and Rev. Thomas S. Byrne, Professor, of Mount St. Mary's of the West, Cincinnati. 3 vols. Vol. I. Early Church History. Vol. II. The Middle Ages. Vol. III. To the Present Time. 8vo. Cloth. (The volumes are sold separately.)

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At last we have a history of the Church in English, and in such English as reflects infinite credit on the scholarship of the Rev. Thomas S. Byrne, just as the uncommon accuracy and number of references to standard German authors attest the vast learning of Dr. Pabisch. It is a scholarly performance, brought to a most successful issue by two devoted men, at the cost of how much toil and painstaking, scholars alone can tell. We thank the two reverend authors for a priceless boon. They have filled a void in English literature, and satisfied a want long and deeply felt. To the publishers, also, a just meed of praise is due. The style in which these volumes are issued, and the very beauty of the colored maps, so scrupulously prepared by Dr. Pabisch, will, we trust, be fully appreciated by the Protestant and Catholic public alike.-N. Y. Tablet.

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It has long occupied a high rank among histories in the leading universities of the world. On critical points, its authority is We have no doubt the unimpeachable. translation will be cordially welcomed, and be universally adopted in the Catholic colleges in the United States. Dr. Pabisch is eminently fitted by his great and varied learning for the difficult task he has assumed.-Catholic Telegraph.

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The poem is a humorous description of the defeat of the "rebel generals, Wayne and Irving," and is a candid expression of the contempt and ridicule in which our brave Revolutionary fathers were held by their British foes. Of the poem itself we reproduce only the last stanza, which, if not pathetic, seems certainly to have been prophetic of the sad fate of the author:


"And now I've closed my epic strain, I tremble as I show it, Lest this same warrio-drover, Wayne, Should ever catch the poet." Additional interest is lent to the poem, from the fact that the above stanza was printed on the very day that Major Andre was taken prisoner.-Cincinnati Gazette.

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One of the very best children's books comes from Cincinnati-the admirable little study of "Insect Lives," by Mrs. Ballard. It is written with the most agreeable simplicity and good sense, which the young naturalist, a little oppressed with the weight and volume of adult scientific works, will gratefully appreciate. He will find in it ex

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