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"No GREATER SHAME TO MAN THAN INHUMANITIE.'—Spenser

THE HUMANE

REVIEW

APRIL, 1908, to JANUARY, 1909

VOLUME IX.

EDITED BY HENRY S. SALT

LONDON

ERNEST BELL, YORK HOUSE

PORTUGAL STREET, W.C.

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THE BEAST OF PREY, VIEWED FROM AN AESTHETIC

STANDPOINT. By M. Little

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“THE LAW ON ITS TRIAL." By Carl Heath

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HUMANITARIANISM AND FOOD REFORM. By E. J. Hunt - 15

BERNARD SHAW AS HUMANITARIAN

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CRUEL SPORTS. By Rev. J. Stratton

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James THOMSON, THE EIGHTEENTH-CENTURY POET OF

HUMANENESS. By Howard Williams
THE SERMON ON THE MOUNT ACCORDING TO SCOTLAND

Yard. By H. J. B. Montgomery

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Mr. Salt's new book on Snowdonia and the "Fells," which is an expansion
of the article on “The Secret of the Mountains " which appeared some years
ago in the Humane Review, is written from intimate experience, but from the
point of view of a mountain lover rather than a rock-climber. It includes
chapters on the joy of climbing, the human sympathies with mountains, the
wild animal life, the need of mountain "sanctuaries,” and some reminiscences
of meetings with Ruskin and others whose names are associated with the
Lake District. Few more attractive pocket companions for a visit to the bill
country of England and Wales than this book can be found.

INDON: A. C. FIFIELD, 44, FLEET STREET, E.C.

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