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ARMOURER'S PRENTICES, THE. By C. M. YONGE.

34, 122, 191, 260, 323, 390, 457, 517, 580, 650, 711, 778
Chapter I. The Verdurer's Lodge, 56—II. The Grange
of Silkstede, 60-III. Kinsmen and Strangers, 122

-IV. A Hero's Fall, 127-V. The Dragon Court, 131

-VI, A Sunday in the City, 191–VII. York House,

19–VIII. Qui pisome Hal, 260—IX. Arms Spiritual

and Temporal, 265—X. Two Vocations, 269—XI. Ay

di me Grenada, 331–XII. A King in a Quagmire,

33.—X111. A London Holiday, 395—XIV. The

Knight of the Badger, 399—XV. Heave Half a
Brck at Him, 461-XVI. May Eve, 517-XVII. Ili
May Day, 523—XVIII. Pardon, 582—XIX. At the
Antelope, 589-XX. Cloth of Gold on the Seamy
Side, 654–XXI. Sword or Smithy, 715—XXII. AND

Last, An Invasion, 778.
ARNOLD, MATTHEW. By HENRY JAMES .

241
Illustration-Portrait of Matthew Arnold (Frontis-
piece), from a drawing by F. SANDYS, engraved by

0. LACUUR, facing page 203.
BAB. By STANLEY J. WEYMAN

700
Her Story, 700—His Story, 705.
BANQUETING HOUSE, THE, AND OLD WHITE-

HALL. By AUSTIN DOBSON .

Ilustrations-Statue of James II., by GRINLING GTB-

BONS (Whitehall Gardens), drawn by J. O'CONNOR,

engraved by J. D. COOPER, 76–Window of the

Barqueting House, drawn by J. O'CONNOR, 76–

Portrait of Inigo Jones, after VANDYCK, engraved

by J. QUARTLEY, 77-Whitehall Palace, from Fisher's

Plan of 1680, 78_Holbein's Gate, looking towards

Charing Cross, 79—The Banqueting House, looking

towards Westminster, 80—Whitehall, from a paint-

ing by CANALETTO, engraved by J. D. COOPER, 81-

Part of the Old Palace, from the Water, engraved

by F. BABBAGE, 82.

BATH, TWO CENTURIES OF. By H. D. TRAILL 531

Illustrations by W. G. ADDISON : Entrance to the

Roman Bath, engraved by 0. JAHYER, 531-The

Abbey Church, Bath, engraved by W. M. R. QUICK,

532— The Roman Bath, engraved by E. LASCELLES,

534-Bath from Widcombe Hill, engraved by E.

LASCELLES, 536—The Avon and North Parade Bridge,

engraved by T. S. BAYLEY, 537—The Parade at

Bath in the Last Century, drawn by Hugh THOM-

Sox, engraved by E. GASCOINE, 538– Broad Street,

Bath, engraved by J. D. COOPER, 539—Prior Park

House, engraved by A. Roy, 540- Fragment of a

Frieze found in the Roman Baths, 541.

BELTRAFFIO," THE AUTHOR OF. In Two Parts.

By H. JAMES. Part I., 563—Part II., 628. , 563, 623

DOSE, HOW A, IS BUILT. By Donald MACALISTER. 640

Illustrations—The New Bridge over the Firth of Forth,

from a drawing by TRISTRAM ELLIS, engraved by

J. D. COOPER, 640—The Britannia Tubular Bridge

over the Menai Strait, from a photograph by Frith,

Engraved by J. D. COOPER, 643—Cancellous Structure

of the Head of the Thigh Bone, engraved by J. D.

COOPER, 646 - Cancellous Structure of the Heel

Bone, engraved by J. D. COOPER, 648—Diagrams,

&c., 641, 648, 649.

ERASS WORK AT BIRMINGHAM. By B. H. BECKER 84

Illustrations by A. MORROW: Ornamental Frieze.

Brass-workers, 84–Going to the Works, Initial

Letter, 84—The Warehouse, 85— Feeding the Fur-

nace, 86-Wire-making, engraved by J. D. COOPER,

PAGE

BRASS WORK AT BIRMINGHAM-Continued.

87—Barges on the Canal, engraved by W. QUICK,

89, 90—Strip Casting, engraved by W. and J. R.

CHESHIRE, 92.

BRUGES, THE BELFRY OF. By Rose G. KINGSLEY. 425

IUustrations by A. DANSE: Houses in the Grande

Place, engraved by J. D. COOPER, 425—The Belfry,

engraved by J. D. COOPER, 426—Quai du Rosaire,

engraved by J. D. COOPER, 427-Rue Flamande,

engraved by J. COCKING, 429—View on the Canal,

engraved by J. D. COOPER, 430—Quai des Marbriers,

engraved by J. D. COOPER, 431-Chapelle du Saint

Sang, engraved by J. D. COOPER, 432—Window in

the Rue Flamande, engraved by T. W. LASCELLES,

433— Bracket in Wrought Iron, engraved by J. D.

COOPER, 434.

BYGONES. A POEM. By H. A. H..

447

CAMPAGNA, THE. A POEM. By AUGUSTA WEBSTER. 325

CASQUETTES, LES. A POEM, By ALGERNON CHARLES

SWINBURNE

16

CHARING CROSS, CHANGES AT. By Austin DOBSON 403

Illustrations — Charing Cross, engraved by J. D.

COOPER, 403—Charing Cross, looking towards St.

Martin's Church, drawn by J. O'Connor, engraved

by J. D. COOPER, 405 — Charing Cross in 1590,

from Agas's Map, 406-Charing Cross in 1690, from

an original plan in the British Museum, 407

Charing Cross, looking up Cockspur Street, en-

graved by W. M. R. QUICK, from an old drawing,

408—Charing Cross, looking up the Strand, from

an old print, engraved by W. M. R. QUICK, 409–

The Statue of Charles I., engraved by A. C. COATS,

from a drawing by A. MORROW, 410—Northumber-

land House, from the River, in the time of Charles I.,

engraved hy A. Roy, from a drawing by HOLLAR, 411.

CORN COCKLES. By GRANT ALLEN

164
Illustrations by ALFRED PARSONS : A Cornfield, 164

-Red Campion in Hedge, 165— The Corn Cockle,
engraved by J. D. COOPER, 165—Ragged Robin, 166
-Stitchwort, 167—Corn Flower, engraved by 0.
LACOUR, 168—Florets from the Ray and from the
centre of the Bluebottle, 168--Hard Head Flowers,
169—The Field Thistle, engraved by J. D. COOPER,

169.

CORNWALL, AN UNSENTIMENTAL JOURNEY

THROUGH

By the Author of "John

Halifax, Gentleman” 275, 353, 412, 469, 553, 606

Day the First, 275—Day the Second, 278—Day the

Third, 333-Day the Fourth, 412– Day the Fifth,

415—Day the Sixth, 417-Day the Seventh, 421—

Day the Eighth, 489— Day the Ninth, 493— Day the

Tenth, 552-Day the Eleventh, 556 Day the

Twelfth, 606—Day the Thirteenth, 610—— Days the

Fourteenth, Fifteenth, and Sixteenth, 613–L'Envoi,

618.

Illustrations-By T. NAPIER HEMY: View of Flush-

ing, from the Green Bank Hotel, Falmouth, en-
graved by 0. Lacou'r, 277—St. Mawe's Castle,
Falmouth Bay, engraved by R. PATERSON, 2004
Falmouth from Flushing, engraved by W. M. R.
QUICK, 282-A Fisherman's Cellar near the Lizard,
engraved by E. GASCOINE, 2-3-A Crabber's Hole,
Gerran's Bay, engraved by BALECZ ISTVÁN, 285–
Cornish Fish, engraved by J. D. COOPER, 287– The
Cornish Coast, from Ynys Head to Beast Point,
engraved by J. D. COOPER, 353— Poltesco, engraved

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722

CORNWALL, AN UNSENTIMENTAL

JOURNEY

THROUGH-Continued.

by E. GASCOINE, 356-Cadgwick Cove, engraved by

Balecz ISTVÁN, 358--The Devil's Frying-Pon, near

Cadywith, engraved by W. M. R. QUICK, 359—The

Fisherman's Daughter, engraved by BaLECZ ISTVÁN,

360-Steam Seine Boats Going Out, engraved by E.

SCHLADITZ, 363-Hauling in the Boats, Evening,

engraved by R. PATERSON, 36 6 The Lizard Lights

by Night, facing 403--Kynance Cove, engraved by

W. M. R. QUICK, 412-The Lizard Lights by Day,

engraved by E. GASCOINE, 416 - John Curgenven

Fishing, engraved by BALECZ ISTVÁN, 419–Mullion

Cove, engraved by E. SCHLADITZ, 420—The Steeple

Rock, Kynance Cove, engraved by J. D. COOPER,

423-Hauling in the Lines, facing 467 - St. Ives,

engraved by O. JAHYER, 4-9--The Lion Rocks, &

Sea in which Nothing Can Live, engraved by J. D.

COOPER, 492-Eny's Dodman and Pardenick Point,

engraved by J. D. COOPER. 496--The Armed Knight

and the Long Ship's Lighthouse, engraved by

BALECZ ISTVÁN, 193-A Cornish Fisherman, en-

graved by E. LASCELLES, 500-The Land's End and

the Logan Rock, engraved by C. BARBANT, 554-St.

Michael's Mount, engraved by E. SCHLADITZ, 557 --

Bennen Cove, Waiting for the Boats, engraved by E.

GASCOINE, 559-Hauling in the Boats, engraved by

H. F. DAVEY, 561-The Seine Boat: a Perilous

Moment, facing 593--On the Road to St. Nighton's

Keeve, engraved by E. GASCOINE, 606-Creswick's

Mill in the Rocky Valley, engraved by R. PATERSON,

609-Bocastle, engraved by J. D. COOPER, 612-

Tintagel, engraved by J. D. COOPER, 614–The Old
Post Office, Trevena, engraved by W. M. R. QUICK,

615,

COURTSHIP, THE STORY OF A. By STANLEY J.

WEYMAN.

COVENT GARDEN, THE TOUR OF. By AUSTIN

DOBSON

Illustrations-Lion's Head Letter Box, from Button's

Coffee House, engraved by J. D. COOPER, 722-View

in the Great Piazza, from a drawing by T. SANDBY,

engraved by R. DAVEY, 722-Plan of Covent Gar-

den (1656), engraved by A. and W. Dawson, 723—

St. Paul's Covent Garden, engraved by E. GASCOINE,

72 HA Quiet Corner, drawn by H. THOyson, en-

graved by R. DAVEY, 725--Covent Garden during

the Westminster Election (1803), engraved by E.

GASCOINE, 726 – Covent Garden, Early Morning,

drawn by H. THOMSON, engraved by R. DAVEY, 729

-Covent Garden, from Russell Street, engraved by

W. M. R. QUICK, 72 3-The Avenue in the After-

noon, drawn by H. THOMSON, engraved by W. M. R.

QUICK, 729-Covent Garden, an Auction, drawn by

H. Thorson, engraved by E. GASCOINE, 730— The

Avenue, Early Morning, drawn by H. THOMSON,

engraved by A. and W. Dawson, 731-At the En-

trance of the Market, drawn by A. Thomson, en-

graved by W. M. R. QUICK, 732.

CRICKET. By A. LANG .

Illustrations-Cricket, from a picture by F. HAYYAN,

R.A., engraved by J. D. COOPER, 747-A Fanily

Group, from a picture by J. DOWNMAN, A.R A. on-

graved by E. OHME, 715--The Royal Academy Club

in Marylebone Fields, from a picture by F. HAYMAN,

R.A., engraved by J. D. COOPER, 749----View of

Harrow School, from the European Magazine, 1802,

engraved by J. D. Cooper, 751--A Young Cricketer,

from a picture ascribed to GAINSBOROUGH, engraved

by E. GASCOINE, 753-Eton and Ilarrow, Some boys

who lave left school, from a drawing by Hugh

THOMson, engraved by J. D. COOPER, 755--Country

ricket, The Judgment of Paris, from a drawing by

Hugh THOMSON, engraved by J. D. COOPER, 756.

CUTLERS AND CUTLERY AT SHEFFIELD.

Ву

HENRY J. PALMER

Illustrations by A. MORROW : The Old Cutlers' Hall,

Sheffield, engraved by J. COCKING, 659-Sheffield

Smoke, engraved by J. D. COOPER, 661--Finishing

Knife Handles, engraved by E. LASCELLES, 661-A

Blade Forsing Shop, engraved hy (). JAHYER, 665—

The Grinding Room, engraved by O. JAHYER, 667-

Rural Grinding Mill, engraved by Balecz ISTVÁN,

663--An Old Sheffield Knife, engraved by A. & W.

DAWSON, 669.

DANCES, DRAWING ROOM. By H. SUTHERLAND

EDWARDS
Ilustrations-Dancing Figures, from an engraving by

LE Roy, 543-In the Ball-Room, drawn by HIGH
THOMSON, engraved by J. D. COOPER, 541- The
Dancers, from a picture by WATTEAU, engraved by

DANCES, DRAWING-ROOM-Continued.

A. & W. DAWSON, 546--The Minuet, drawn by Hugh
Thomsox, engraved by J. D. COOPER, 547—Some
People who Don't Dance, drawn by Hugh THOMSON,
engraved by J. D. COOPER, 548-A Dancing Lesson,
drawn by Hugh THOMSON, engraved by J. D).
COOPER, 549-A Lady Dancing, engraved by J.

COCKING, from a picture liy WATIEAU, 550.
DARTMOOR AND THE WALKHAM. By F. POLLOCK 203

Illustrations-By L. R. O'BRIEN: Dartmoor Weather,

engraved by 0. LACOL'R, 204-Post Bridge, Dart-
moor, engraved by G. F. SMITH, 206-Cottage on
Dartmoor, engraved by BALECZ ISTVÁN, 208–From
Pu Tor, engraved by R. PATERSON, 209– Merivale
Bridge, with Mis Tor, engraved by BALECZ ISTVÁN,
210– Vixen Tor, engraved by G. F. SMITH, 212-A
Devonshire Lane, engraved by Balecz István, 213
-Hall's Farin, Dartmoor, engraved by O. JAHYER,

214.

DAWN." Frontispiece, engraved by Balecz ISTVÁN,

from the picture by E. J. GregoRY, A.R.A.,

facing.

659

DORMOUSE, THE, AT HOME. By GRANT ALLEN.

22

Illustrations by CHARLES WHYMPER : The Dormouse

at Home, 22-Alpine Marmots, 23--Harvest Mouse,

21-English Squirrel, 26-Ground Squirrels, 27,

Engraved by W. and J. R. CHESHIRE.

DOGS, THE CHARACTER OF. Ey R. L. STEVENSON 300

Ilustrations-By RANDOLPH CALDECOTT: Social In-

equality, 301-The Wife Beater, 302-Not Received

in Society, 304-The Product of Civilisation, en-

graved by J. D. COOPER, 305.

DOUGHTOWN SCRIP. By ARCHIBALD FORBES

694

ETCHERS, SOME FORGOTTEN. By WALTER ARMSTRONG 154

Illustrations-A Norfolk River, by John CROME,

151-Bridge at Chester, by GEORGE CUITT, 156-old

Houses at Chester, by GEORGE CUITT, 157-Mouse-

hold Heath, by JOHN CROME, engraved by J. D.

COOPER, 155-A Country Lane, by JOHN CONSTABLE,

R.A., engraved by O. JAHYER, 159-A Landscape

Study, by ANDREK GEDDES, 160--The Pope and the

Goldsinith, by Sir DAVID WILKIE, R.A., engraved

by J. D. COOPER, 161-The Lost Receipt, by Sir

DAVID WILKIE, R.A., 162-Mrs. Geddes, by ANDREW

GEDDES, engraved by J. QUARTLEY, 163,

EMPEROR, THE, AND HIS MARSHAL. By ARCHI-

BALD FORBES

230

Illustrations-By F. VILLIERS : In the Bow Window at

St. Cloud, engraved by F. BABBAGE, 232- The First

Man that Fell, engraved by 0. JAHYER, 231--In the

Rheinische Hof, engraved by H. F. DAVEY, 235-

Awakened by a Shell at Longueville, engraved by

W. M. R. QUICK, 236 - "Follow Me, Father!

engraved by W. M. R. QUICK, 238~The Emperor's

Fête Day, engraved by T. A. LASCELLES, 239— The

Correspondent in Zululand, engraved by A.

BuckSALL, 210.

FABLES FROM ÆSOP-I. The Hares and the Frogs, 228, 229

II. The Kid and the Wolf.

358, 399

Translated by ALFRED CALDECOTT, M.A.

Illustrations by RANDOLPH CALDECOTT: I. The Fable,

225-— The Application, 229-11. The Fable, 388-

The Application, 389. Engraved by J. D. COOPER.

FENS, IN THE.

67

Nlustrations by R. W. MACBETH, A.R.A.: Wicken

Fen, Early Morning, 67-Littleport Bridge, 69-A
Fen Dyke, 70-Crossing the Ferry, 71-In the Fens,

Evening, 73-A Sedge Cutter, 75.

FRIEDE: A VILLAGE STORY. By MARY E. HULLAH 758

FRIEZES, ORNAMENTAL--See End.

FRONTISPIECES_" Shy," 8 -- " The Miller's Court-

ship,” 67—“Martin Luther,” 139-" Matthew

Arnold," 203-" The Loving Cup,'' 275--" Mrs.

Hartley, with her Child as a Youthful Bac-

chanal,'' 339—“ The Lizard Lights by Night,

403 -- Hauling in the Lines," 467 - Mrs.

Siddons,531-"The Seine Boat: a Perilous

Moment,” 595—"Dawn,” 639—“Sweet Peas,'

722.

GREECE IN 1884. By J. P. MAHAFFY

772
“HARTLEY, MRS., WITH HER CHILD AS А

YOUTHFUL BACCHANAL.' Frontispiece,
engraved by 0. LAÇOUR, from the picture by
Sir Joshua REYNOLDS, in the possession of
EARL NORTHBROOK, facing

339

747

659

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ISTERLOPERS AT THE KNAP. By THOMAS HARDY 501

JUIL. By WALTER BESANT

313, 377

KEEPSAKE, A WOMAN'S. A POEM. By E. W. Gosse 478

lüsstrations by ALFRED Parsons, engraved by E.

SCHLADITZ.

KIYOTO, BY SEA AND LAND TO. By HENRY W.

LICY

574

LACE-MAKING AT NOTTINGHAM. By BERNARD H.

BECKER

467

Ilustrations – Nottingham Castle, drawn by A.

MORROW, engraved by A. C. Coats, 468--Specimen

of Old Flanders Pillow Lace, 464--Specimen of

Pillow Lace known as Point d'Angleterre, 470-

True Point: Specimen of Point d'Alençon, en-

Taved by A. & W. Dawson, 471-The Market.

Place, Nottingham, drawn by A. MORROW, en-

graved by W. M. R. QUICK, 472-On the Trent,

Dear Kimberley, drawn by A. Morrow, engraved

by R, PATERSON, 473— Winding the Cotton Yarn,

drawn by A. MORROW, engraved by R. PATERSOX,

471-Mending Lace Curtains, drawn by A. MORROW,

enztared by A. C. Coats, 475—Specimen of Italian

Point Lace, engraved by A. & W. DAWSON, 477.

LAW COURTS, FROM THE OLD TO THE NEW. By

F. W. MAITLAND

3

Illustrations by HARRY FURNISS: The Court of

Appeal, 3--An Interested Witness, 4-Probate and

Divorce, 5-An Obstinate Juror, 8-Court Full, 9-

In Support of the Verdict, 10-In Support of the

Rule, 11-A Vice-Chancellor, 12-Lincoln's Inn, 12

-In

the Queen's Bench Division, 13-Q.C., M.P.,

13—Trying a Sporting Case, 11- The New Master
of the Rolls, 15-By John O'CONNOR: The Remains
of the Old Courts, 6-By A. MORROW: In the Court-

yard of the New Hall, engraved by J. D. COOPER, 7.
LITTLE SCHOOLMASTER MARK, THE. A Spiritual
Romance. By J. H. SHORTHOUSE .

94
** LIZARD LIGHTS, THE. BY NIGHT." Frontispiece,

engraved by R. PATERSON, from a drawing by
C. NAPIER HEMY, facing

403
** LOVING CUP, THE.” Frontispiece, engraved by J.

D. Cooper, from the painting by D. G. ROSSETTI,
in the possession of A. S. STEVENSON, Esq.,
facing.

275
LUTHER, MARTIN. By JAMES SIME.

139

Illustrations-Portrait of Luther (Frontispiece), en-

graved by THEODOR KNESING, froin the picture by

LUCAS CRASACH, in the Pinacothek, Munich, facing

139 — The “Luther-Haus" at Eisenach, drawn by

F. KXAB, 141-Luther's Study in the Wartburg,

engraved by T. KNESING, 112-Erasmus, from the

engraving by ALBERT DÜRER, 145—Melanchthon,

from the engraving by ALBERT DURER, engraved by

J. D. COOPER, 146—The Wartbury, from the West,

from a drawing by F. KNAB, 143--Courtyard in the

Wartburg, 150 — The Wartburx from the North,

irawn by F. KNAB, engraved by T. KNESING, 151-

Luther, from the engraving by LUCAS CRANACH,

engraved by J. D, COOPER, 153.

MARTIN LIGHTFOOT'S SONG. A POEM. By the late

CHARLES KINGSLEY.

627

PAGE

MASTER-BUILDER, I. By the Authors of “Historic

Winchester"

681

Illustrations-By G, H, THOMPSON: Entrance to the

College, engraved by J. COCKING, 651--South Side

of Winchester Cathedral, engraved by J. D. COOPER,

683–St. Catherine's Ilill, engraved by E. GASCOINE,

681-West Gate, Winchester, engraved by J. Cock-

ING, 657—St. Cross, engraved by W. M. R. QUICK,

658 - North Transept, Winchester Cathedral, en-

graved by D. MARTIN, 690—Wykeham's Tomb, en-

graved by 0. JAHYER, 692.

MEETING IN WINTER. A POEM. By WILLIAM MORRIS 339

" MILLER'S COURTSHIP, THE." Frontispiece, en-

uraved by O. LACOUR, from a drawing by R. W.

MACBETH, A.R.A., facing ..

67

MINIATURES, THE ROYAL COLLECTION OF, AT

WINDSOR CASTLE. By R. HOLMES

595

Illustrations-Henry, Son of Charles Brandon, Duke of

Suffolk, by HOLBEIN, engraved by 0. Lacou'r, 596—

Catharine Howard, Wife of Henry VIII., by HOL-

BEIN, engraved by 0. LACOUR, 596 --- Lady Jane

Grey, engraved by 0. LACOU'R, 597—Mary, Queen of

Scots, by JANET, engraved by 0. LACOUR, 597-

Anne of Denmark, by Isaac OLIVER, engraved by: J.

A. QUARTLEY, 597 — Prince Henry of Wales, by

ISAAC OLIVER, engraved by CHARLES DE KELLEN-

BACH, 593--Sir Philip Sidney, by ISAAC OLIVER,

engraved by CHARLES DE KELLENBACH, 599 -

George Monk, Duke of Albemarle, by SAMUEL

COOPER, engraved by J. D. Cooper, 600-James,

Duke of Monmouth, by SAMUEL COOPER, engraved

by 0. JAYHER, 601 - Charles II., by SAMUEL

Cooper, engraved by 0. LACOUR, 602-Georgiana,

Duchess of Devonshire, by R. Cosway, engraved

by CHARLES DE KELLENBACH, 603—Charles I.,

as Prince of Wales, by PETER OLIVER, engraved

by H. F. DAVEY, 601–Duchess of Gloucester, by

O. HUMPHREY, engraved by J. A. QUARTLEY, 604

Princess Sophia, daughter of George III., by R.

Cosway, engraved by CHARLES DE KELLENBACH,

604 — Princess Mary of Cambridge, Duchess of

Teck, by H. T. WELLS, engraved by E. LAS-

CELLES, 005.
NEW HERO, THE. By THEODORE WATTS

181

ORKNEY, AN AUTUMN NIGHT IN. A POEM By

D. W. R..

777

ORNAMENTAL FRIEZES-See End,
OYSTERS AND THE OYSTER QUESTION. By T. H.
HUXLEY, P.R.S.

47, 112
Illustrations-By J. COOMBES : The Oyster, 48—Dis-

section of an Oyster, 50— Transverse Section, 50-
The Larva of the Oyster, engraved by J. D. COOPER,

113

PAUL VARGAS: A MYSTERY. By HUGH COXWAY,

Author of " Called Back".

439

PIANOFORTE, THE, AND ITS PRECURSORS. By
A. J. HIPKINS

215
Nlustrations-Orpheus and Eurydice, panels for the

side of a Pianoforte, by E. BURNE-JONES, engraved by
J. D. COOPER, 214--The Green Clavicord, drawn by A.
MORROW, engraved by W. M. R. QUICK, 216–Rossi
Spinet, drawn by A. MORROW, engraved by J. D.
COOPER, 217—Italian Octave Virginal, drawn by A.
MORROW, engraved by J. D. COOPER, 215-Angel
playing a Psaltery, from Orcagna, drawn by A.
MORROW, engraved by R. PATERSON, 219-Roman
Harpsichord, drawn by A. MORROW, engraved by
0. JAHYER, 220-Spinet, by Player, drawn by A.
MORROW, engraved by W. MR. QUICK, 221-Piano,
by Cristofori, drawn by Miss HIPKINS, engraved by
J. D. COOPER, 221-Silbermann Grand Piano, en-
graved by O. JAHYER. 222--Piano belonging to L.
Alma Tadema, Esq., R. A., engraved by O. JAHYER,
223-Cover of a Pianoforte, by E. BURNE-JONES,
engraved by (). LACOUR, 221-Pianoforte, by Haw-
kins, drawn by A. MORROW, engraved by W. M. R.
QUICK, 225 – Southwell's Piano, drawn by A.
MORROW, engraved by J. D. COOPER, 296-Cerberus,
Panel for the Side of a Pianoforte, by E. BURNE-

JONES, engraved by J. D. COOPER, 227.
| POST-OFFICE, THE .

288
Mustrations by HARRY FURNISS: The Hospital, 288

--The Post Boy of the Past. 236-Six o'clock at the
General Post-Office, Outside, 290—Six o'Clock at
the General Post-Ofice, Inside, 291-Signing the
Stamp Book, 292-Stamping, 293--Sorting Letter

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Italian Poets, engraved by J. D. COOPER, 28Study

of a Head, engraved by O. LACOUR, 29-Design for

the Frontispiece to Early Italian Poets, engraved

by J. D. COOPER, 30—Portrait Study, engraved by

0. LACOUR, 32-“ Found," engraved by W. QUICK,

33--Lady Lilith, engraved by Theodor KNESING,

35 - Study of a Head, engraved by W. QUICK, 37–

Sketch from Nature, engraved by J. D. COOPER, 38.

SARK, A BALLAD OF. A POEM. By ALGERNON

CHARLES SWINBURNE

693

"SEINE BOAT, THE-A PERILOUS MOMENT.”

Frontispiece, engraved by 0. LACOUR, from a

drawing by C. NAPIER HEMY, facing

595

SHAKESPEARE IN THE MIDDLE TEMPLE. By the

Rev. ALFRED AINGER

366

Illustrations by C. 0. MURRAY: Frieze of Carved

Wood Work in the Middle Temple Hall, engraved

by E. GASCOINE, 366-Entrance to the Middle

Temple Hall, engraved by W. and J. R. CHESHIRE,

366-The Middle Temple Hall from Fountain Court,

engraved by 0. JAHYER, 367–Middle Temple Lane,

engraved by W. and J. R. CHESHIRE, 369-Gateway

into Serjeant's Inn, engraved by J. A. QUARTLEY,

371-The Porch of the Temple Church, engraved by

E. STANKOWSKI, 372–In King's Bench Walk, en-

graved by J. A, QUARTLEY. 374-Interior of the

Middle Temple Hall, engraved by E. GASCOINE, 375.

"SHY." Frontispiece, engraved by THEODOR KNESING,

from the picture by L. ALMA TADEMA, R.A., in

the possession of D. 0. Mills, Esq., New

York, facing

3

“SIDDONS, MRS.” Frontispiece, engraved by THEODOR

KNESING, from the portrait by Thomas Gains-

BOROUGH, R.A., in the National Gallery, facing 531

SONNETS-DAY AND NIGHT. By A. R. ROPES 578

SPRING, A HERALD OF. A POEM. By WALTER

CRANE.

435

Illustrations by WALTER CRANE, engraved in fac-

simile, 435-136.

SUPERNATURAL EXPERIENCES OF PATSY CONG,

THE. By William BLACK

41

** SWEET PEAS." Frontispiece, engraved by E. SCHLA-

Ditz, from a picture by G. LESLIE, R.A.
TAILPIECES-See End.

733

ORNAMENTAL FRIEZES, INITIAL
LETTERS, HEAD AND TAIL PIECES.

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