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volume, 'Gleanings,' i. 97. See 'Questions Con
stitutionnelles,' 1880. CONTENT 8.-N° 54.
*On the influence of authority in matters of opinion. NOTES:-The Birthday of the Year-Gladstone Biblio
-Nineteenth Century, March, 1877, pp. 2-22. graphy, 1-Lord Chief Baron Nicholson, 3-Shakspeare in Oxford, 5-"The Zoo"-The Haymarket Theatre-Arch- The first page of the first number of the Ninebishop Whately: Prisoner-The Star of Bethlehem, 6.
teenth Century contains a sonnet by Tennyson, QUERIES :--Dorset Marriage Licences --Persse Lines on and Mr. Gladstone's article on Sir George CorneTennyson'
- Arms – Kilmeston Manor House , Stormy wall Lewis's book follows immediately. It is Petrel-Water Mill-A View of Life-Grotto at MargateMoreton Family, 7 - Cozens – Miniature Discourse of reprinted in 'Gleanings,' 1879, iii. 137-71. Pirates' - Titbe Commutation - Mediæval Diptychs “Commenced M.A."— Blow Family-Tennyson and The
•Montenegro. A Sketch.-Nineteenth Century, May, Gem'-Hollow Sword-Blade Company-Stewart's Rooms, 1877, pp. 360-79. 8— Imitation of Christ'-Verses by Whittier-Authors
Reprinted in ‘Gleanings,' 1879, iv. 305-39. See Wanted, 9.
also •Current Discussion,' 1878. REPLIES:-Shakspeare and Molière, 9-Burns in Art, 11St. Citha—“At" following " Smell"-Smollett's Rode- The Eastern Question Association. Mr, Gladstone's rick Random- - Golden Bullets, 12 " Dutch Nightin- resolutions and speech on the Eastern Question in the History of Greece-City Companies - Marks on Ships, Question Association.-1877, 8vo. B.M. 8028 aa. 6 (6). gales" – Topehall-Wesley and the Microscope - Grote's House of Commons, May 7, 1877. London, Eastern 13-Miserere Carvings–J. Basire-Song of the Silent Land' - Heligoland Beans -“ Dame" Strachey, 14 — Apother edition, London, Paris, and New York, Croyland chronicle. A Jesuit Playwright, Gray's is 8028 de. 15 (2). Bard'-Nelly Moore-"Festum Pateractionis "-Manila -Fire by Rubbing Sticks—". It fair sheds," 15-G. Isham *Rejoinder on authority in matters of opinion.-Nine-* A Dream of Fair Women'--St. James's Square --Wilde teenth Century, July, 1877, pp. 902-26. Jäger-Tithe Barns, 16–Shakspeare and the Commentators-Lord Bacon: “ Baugh" and "May"_"Coals to A reply to Sir James Fitzjames Stephen's article Newcastle"-Saughter Family– De Gestis Tancredi''Mr. Gladstone and Sir George Lewis on Authority,' Crossbows-Chief Justice Jeffreys-Livery Companies, 17
Gloves and Kisses-- Daniel Sedgwick, Select Historical in the April number of the Nineteenth Century. Documents '-Jewish Sects, 18-Mistake: Mistaken, 19. Mr. Gladstone's 'Rejoinder' is reprinted in NOTES ON BOOKS :--Dictionary of National Biography.' | 'Gleanings,' 1879, iii. 173-215. Vol. XXXVIII.
*Piracy in Borneo and the operations of July, 1849.Notices to Correspondents.
Contemporary, July, 1877, pp. 181.98.
*Aggression on Egypt and freedom in the East.
Vineteenth Century, August, 1877, pp. 149-66.
Reprinted in 'Gleanings,' 1879, iv. 341-65, but
the close of the article is omitted as too political. THE BIRTHDAY OF THE YEAR.
See also 1884. Tbig, a New Year? Sud is the sky and groy;
The trees writbe still beneath the ruthless blast; *The colour-sense.-Nineteenth Century, October, 1877, No freeb hope daw118, nor is the old grief past :
pp. 366-88. All seems the same as it seemed yesterday.
For a German translation see 1878.
*The dominions of Odysseus, and the island group of 'Tis, like the Child the giant served aghast, * the Odyssey.-Macmillan's Magazine, October, 1877, Older than eld, wielder of world-wide gway; And though as Stranger bailed, this wintry morn
*The county franchise and Mr. Lowe thereon.-NineBy men and bell-, yet mark, the wise Eurth gets teenth Century, November, 1877, pp. 537-60. No greeting ready, and no glad bird crills
Reprinted in 'Gleanings,' 1879, i. 131-70; and Surely if ever a New Year is born, "Ti: when the Spring charms forth the violets,
in 'Questions Constitutionnelles,' 1880. And March beams on us with brave daffodils.
Lessons in massacre; or, the conduct of the Turkish
Government in and about Bulgaria since May, 1876, &c.
*The Sclavonic provinces of the Ottoman Empire. CONTRIBUTIONS TO A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF Addrees at Huwarden, Published for the Eastern QuesTHE RIGHT HON, W. E. GLADSTONE,
tion Association by Cassell, Petrer & Galpin, London,
1877.-8vo. pp. 16. B.M. 8028 cc. 7. (Continued from gia S. ii. 503.)
The royal supremacy; as it is defined by reason, his1877.
tory and the constitution. Being the substance of a * Life of the Prince Consort. — Church Quarterly letter......to the...... Bishop of London......With a preface Review, January, 1877, pp. 465.88.
to the present edition by...... W. E. G. London, 1877.This is a notice of the second volume of Sir 8vo. B. M. 4109 b. 1 (9). Theodore Martin's work. The mistake in the title
This is a reprint of the edition of 1865, with of the magazine, pored under July, 1876, occurs the addition of a foot-note concerning a statement in the reprint in Gleanings,' 1879, i. 63 ; and of Bishop Gibson. The letter was also reprinted in also in the reprint of the article on the third 'Gleanings,' 1879, v. 173-289, with the passages
placed within brackets which had been omitted * See the legend of St. Christopher.
in the editions of 1865 and 1877.