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Adirondack Adventures, 754.

Agatha Stoddard (Edgar Fawcett), 101.

America seen with Foreign Eyes (VIII.) (E. H. L.),


Anecdotes, A Few Fresh, 144.

Angelo, Michael (Geo. M. Towle), 362.

Artist's Adventure, An (M. E. W. S.), 583.

Arts, The:

New Architecture in Cambridge and Boston; Plan

to aid the National Academy Schools ; Notes,


Exhibition of Drawings from Massachusetts Public

Schools; Millet's “Sower;" National Monument

in Germany; Notes, 56.
Household Art; Decorative Art; Oriental Art ;

Notes, 121.

Summer Sketching; “The Falconer at Central

Park; Statue of Lafayette ; Notes, 152.

New Architecture; The National Academy; Sa-

rony's “ Henry V.;Notes, 185.

Art-Features of Natural Senery; Wilmarth's "The

Target Excursion;" Need of Statues to Ameri-
cans in Central Park; Artists as Scene-Painters;

Notes, 216.

Corot's “Dante and Virgil;” Hunt's Portrait of

Freeman Clarke; Pictures in the Boston Galleries;

The Art-Students' League; New Pictures by J.

H. Beard; Landscape by William Hart; Notes,


The September Art Exhibition at Chicago; Models

for the Sumner Statue ; New Pictures at Gou-

pil's; The New Museum Buildings; Notes, 279.

Architecture in Boston; New Picture by S. J. Guy;

M. Barye; The Art Journal, 312.

Inness and the White Mountains; The Metropolitan

Museum of Arts; Vaini; The Harvard Collection

of Portraits, 375.

George Inness, Jr. ; Woman's Art-School of the

Cooper Institute ; Brooklyn Art Association; Art

Exhibitions in the West; Notes, 408.

Boston Museum of Fine Arts; Rinehart's Sculpture

in Baltimore; Bust of Mr. Evarts; The Artist

W. O. Stone; Statue of Governor Andrew; Bust

of Goethe: Bust of Sumner, 440.

Vedder's Pictures ; Artistic Furniture; Merle's

"Old Woman's Story;" Landscape by Kokan;

Cabanel's "Angel of Sorrow;" Constant Mayer's

“Song of the Shirt," 471.

Titian's Portraits; English Decorative Art; James

M. Hart; Bricher's “ Bishops' Rock;" Painting

by Hubbard; Notes, 505.
Moorish Tiles; New Pictures at Goupil's: New

Painting by Church; Chickering's New Building,

Paintings by Fortuny; New Paintings by Thom;

New Picture by Rinehart; Wood Paneling ;

Notes, 569.
Pictures in Mr. Stewart's Collection; Phytographs

of Old Masters; Winslow Homer's Studies; Bris-

tol; Frank Waller's Studies; Notes, 601.
Makart's "Abundantia ; " Foley's Statue of Stone-

wall Jackson; William Hart; J. G. Brown; R.

W. Hubbard; Statue of General Lee, 633.
Pictures at Goupil's; Bridgman's "Nubian Fortune-

Teller;" New Subject by De Haas; Herr Wach-

tel; Notes, 666.
The Taste for China ; Mr. Perry's New Rural Pict-

ures; George H. Story: Mr. Booth's Richard

II.; "Caste" at Wallack's; Notes, 697.
New Pictures from Abroad : Julian Scott; C. H.

Miller; Notes, 729.
Von Bülow; Colman's Paintings; Ideal Busts;

Note, 762.
Gifford's New Paintings; School Drawing; New

Structure for the New York Hospital; T. W.
Wood's New Pictures, Note, 794.

ARTS, THE (Continued):

EDITOR'S TABLE (Continued):

New Pictures at Snedecor's Gallery; Pictures at Something in Defense of Smattering; Charles Reade

Schaus's Gallery; The Water-Color Society Ex- and American Literature; The New London Ope-

hibition; The Crawford Monument, 826.

ra-House; A New Fulmination against Tobacco";

Attractive Houses (Nora Perry), 818

A Correction, 467.

Basil's Faith (by the Author of "Bitter Fruit "), 488, Scientific Education by Government; Oratory and

521, 552.

the Lecture; Victor Hugo on Peace; England

Bitter Fruit, 264, 297, 328, 359.

and China, 501.

Bow-Shooting with a Hermit (Maurice Thompson), Instances of what Voluntary Organization can do;


Study-at-Home Societies; Letter from Dr. Mac-

Brunswick, The Late Duke of, 655.

kenzie; Recent Crimes; Mr. Drone on Copy.

Caoutchouc and its Gatherers (illustrated), 1, 33.

right; Disarmament; Paris Market - Festivals,

Charlotte of Brunswick (George Lowell Austin), 45.


Convulsive Religion (Albert Rhodes), 749, 778.

State Interference; Effect of Fashions; A Point in
College Anecdotes, 785.

Regard to Macbeth ; Statesmen when at Leisure ;
Correspondence, 57, 412, 438, 791.

The Lord-Chamberlain ; Carlyle and the Harvard

Cruelty toward Animals in Damascus, 177.

Degree, 565.

Cuban Literature (George Lowell Austin), 204.

State Limitations once more; Mr. Grant White and

Curious Old Book, A (M. E. W. S.), 623.

“Heterophemy;" Working-Women in England;

Curious Wills, Some (John Proffatt), 594.

Treatment of the Insane, 598.

Dueling Clubs, German University, 333.

The Lost Arts of Civilization; Kitchens in the At-
Duke of Brunswick, The Late, 655.

tic; Regulating Dress by Law; The Romantic
Dumas, A Day with (from the French), 109.

Parsee; Morals of Lawyers, 63o.

Teresina in America; The Despotism of an English

The Centennial of July 3d—Washington's Charac- Landlord; The Pope on Paper - Money; The

ter; Popular Appreciation of Art; “The Strang- Name of Gouverneur; Invention of the Piano-

est Things in Life;" Social Changes in Eng- forte, 661.

land; College Commencements; Ideas of America Painting in America; Aërial Gardens and Attic
Abroad, 19.

Kitchens; The Social Law of Postal-Cards; Pros.

Mr. Beecher's Innocence; His Errors and Faults; pect of War in Europe ; Paris Beggars; St. Peters-

Tidiness in Dress; English Reception of the Sul- burg, 692.

tan of Zanzibar; Art-Exclusiveness; The Albe- The Decrease of Crime ; Is the Age unpoetic and

marle Club; Shutting up Juries; Objects of Amer- unheroic ? Change in the English Judicial Sys-

ican Travelers Abroad, 51.

tem; Henry Wilson; False Diplomas, 724.

American Art and Native Critics; Reason for our Domestic Habits of Americans; Elocution as an In-

Interest in Criminal Trials; Victor Hugo as a tellectual Accomplishment; Eulogies after Death;
Politician ; Charles Reade as a Reformer, 83.

American vs. Foreign Taste; The French Statue

Governmental Borrowing; How Street Pavements for New York Harbor; Attic Kitchens, 757.

should be paid for; English Criticism on Ameri- Advantage of Foreign over Native Literature;

can Manners; Office-Seekers; Gambetta's Refu- Need of an Authoritative Dictionary; Patenting

sal to fight a Duel; Angling, 116.

Ideas; Breakfast Philosophy; Verdi as a Sena-

American Prejudice against Culture; Our Poets as tor, 789.

Dramatists; Copyright; Opium in China ; Cruik- Duties of Men of Property ; Corruptions sanctioned
shank; English and American Railway-Cars ; by the Dictionaries; Charms of Fog; Laboulaye ;

Radicalism in England, 148.

Sales-Women, 822.

Peculation in England in Former Times—Hope for Egypt of Khedive Ismail, The New (Edwin de Leon),

our own Country: Force of Usage; Vacations; 207

The English a Dining People; Stamina of Factory- Empress of Spinetta, The (from the German of Paul


Heyse), 392.
British Justice; Can we control the Weather? Fer- English Poetry vs. English Prose (James McCarroll),

vent Preaching; The Common Law of Literary 499.

Property; From a "Country Doctor," 211. English Village-Feast, An (James Wight), 367.
Montenegro, the Black Mountain; Discrimination by Fairy Fingers; A Few Notes for my Friends the
Justice; Hans Christian Andersen; Socialism in Painters (John Esten Cooke), 79.

Russia; A Utopia of Flowers Fast Steamers, 24. Faust," Goethe's (E. G. Holland), 176.
American and Erg'ish Rural Houses ; Mortality Fäust, Who was the First? (E. G. Holland), 80.

among Chiidren; Cars for Rapid Transit Lines; Fish-Culture (J. M.), 397, 429.
Landmarks in London; Manners on the Road, Flower of Sable Island, The, 680.

Fourth of July in San Marino (F. D. Millet), 652.
The Restoration or the Drama; Phenetic Spelling; Functions of Government? What are the (Marie How-
Big Shops, Saratoga ; Legible Handwriting;

land), 590.
“Mismanagement by Physicians," 308.

Hamlet, Mr. Booth's (O. B. Bunce), 657, 689.
The Political Novel and Drama; Vagabonds in the Harem, An Evening at a, 112.

Parks; Tyranny of the Jury System; Boston Heirs of the Bodley Estate, The (Horace E. Scudder),
Criticism, 340

644, 677, 706, 741.
American Hotels; Uniformity of Penal Laws; Land- High Comedy of Life (M. E. W. S.), 686.

Tenure in England; Use of Highways; Letter High-Flying and its Dangers, 301.
from Professor Wise, 371.

Houghton, Lord (Nora Perry), 691.
Taste in our Streets; The Melancholy Period; Art Illusions of the Senses (F. R. Goulding), 271.

and the Government; American Science in Eng- Is the World overcrowded ? (George Cary Eggleston),
land; The Ottoman Empire; Stupidity of Juries;

Country Pleasures, 404.

Italian Amphitheatre, An Hour in an (F. D. Millet),
The Catholic Church in America; English and Amer- 273

ican Slang; Lady “Helps;" A Newly-discover John Blanford's Widow (Edgar Fawcett), 424.
Tribe; Divorces in America ; The Car Peddler, John Harris, The (by the Author of “Patty"), 525.

King Christmas (Thomas Dunn English), 813.

'Lasd of the Sky, The;" or, Adventures in Moun-

tain By-ways (Christain Reid), 289, 321, 385, 417,

481, 513,609, 641, 673, 737, 769.
Cartner's "Illustrated Homes;” Bunker-Hill Lit-
erature ; Lucy Larcom's “ Idyl of Work; " Boye-
sea's "A Norseman's Pilgrimage;" "American
Annual Cyclopædia;” Mrs. Greatorex's “Old

New York;" Sweetser's “ Europe for $2.00 a

Day; " Notes, 21.


"Ancient History from the Monu-
ments;" Johnson's "Little Classics ; " Miss Kav.
anagh's "John Dorrien;" “Oldbury;" Notes,
Tearson's "Queen Mary;” Cairnes's “ Logical
Method of Political Economy;" Mrs. Elliot's
"Ialians; " Notes, 85.
Inke's "Nooks and Corners of the New England
(test; " " The Childhood of Religions; "Rhodes's
" The French at Home;" New Edition of Dar-
ma's "Descent of Man;" " Iseulte;” On the
Heights;" Notes, 118.
* Fdmoor ; " " Fated to be Free;” “Within an

Ade; " " Doing and Dreaming:" Notes, 450.
The Volume of Bancroft's - Native Races of the
Pacific States of North America ; " “ Popular Re-
Sarts, and how to reach Them;" Notes, 182.
* Miss Angel;" " Ward or Wife;" DeForest's
# Playing the Mischief;" New Edition of Bart-
lett's “ Familiar Quotations ; " Notes, 214.
X. Mulock's "Sermons out of Church; Rev. J.
C. Wand's" Bible Animals;” “Life of the Greeks
ind Romans: “Point-Lace and Diamonds;
* German Classics for American Students ;

Lord Houghton (Nora Perry), 691.
Marion Walling (Albert F. Webster), 200.
Master-Stroke of Business, A (Charles Gore Shanks),

133, 162.

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Irlape's " The Way we live now;" Christian
kead's "A Question of Honor;” “Harwood;
"Eglantine;" Notes, 277.
The New Bric-a-Brac Volume; George Smith's

Assyria ;” Mrs. Oliphant's “Whiteladies;

Nicres, 310.

*insectivorous Plants; ” Benedict's “St. Simon's
Niece; " Newton's “The Better Way;" German
Newspapers; Notes, 342.
Urs, Newman's " Jean;'

"“Minor Poems; " Notes,

MISCELLANY (Continued):

“Social Gleanings;" About Twins, 831.
Mischief of Proverbs, The (Junius Henri Browne), 819.
Mismanagement by Physicians (Albert F. Webster),

Moab, Recent Explorations of-1. The Remains of

Ancient Cities (illustrated), 65.
Models and Artist-Life in Rome (Frederick Daniel),

Mountaineering in Miniature (Julian Hawthorne), 461,

Miss Matthews's Opéra-Bouffe Company: Thom-

as's Orchestra Concerts ; The Approaching Dra-

matic Season, 313.
Hans von Bülow; Barry Sullivan's Hamlet; The

Mexican Juvenile Opera Troupe, 344.
"Madame l'Archiduc;" Barry Sullivan's Richelieu ;

“The Mighty Dollar,” 377.
The Baireuth Festival and the Nibelungen Cycle;

Barry Sullivan's Richard 111.; “Saratoga," 410.
Mademoiselle Titiens; “Our Boys;" Oratorio; Mr.

George Belmore; Notes, 442.
The Tragedian Rossi; Music in the Public Schools,

Mademoiselle Titiens, 507.
The Lily of Killarney:" Mademoiselle Titiens in

Oratorio; Booth's Hamlet; Wachtel, 602.
Herr Wachtel, 667.
Booth's Richard II.; "Caste," 698.

Von Bülow, 762; “Rose Michel," 764.

Nannchen of Mayence (from the German of Berthold

Auerbach), 39, 70.

New Bonnets and Fine Dressing (M. E. W. S.), 752.
New York to Aspinwall, From (Albert F. Webster),

O'Connell, Daniel-An Irish Centennial (George M.

Towle), 173.
Octogenarian on his Tracks, An (A. D.), 270.
Omnipotent Shilling, The (Junius Henri Browne),

Our Half-Brother (H. M. Bobinson), 399.
Pardon of St.-Nicodème, The (Katharine S. Mac

quoid), 808.
Paris Letters, 26, 58, 90, 122, 154, 186, 218, 251, 281,

314, 346, 378, 412, 443, 474, 507, 539, 571, 605, 635,

668, 699, 730, 764, 795, 827.

Party of Four, A (from the German of Ernst Eck-

stein), 233.

Peccadille; or, The Three Diplomatists (from the

French), 588.

Peeresses, The Three American, 81.

Peruvian Amazon and its Tributaries, The-Notes

from a Journal of Travel (illustrated) (N. B. No.

land), 545, 577, 621, 684, 721, 780.

Philippines, Among the (illustrated), 193, 225, 257.

Portuguese Superstitions, 209.

Possible Utopias (M. E. W. S.), 238.

Professional Blunders, 717.

Queen Mary's Ghost (by the Author of " Marguerite

Kent"), 3. 36, 67.

Quincy Mansion, The (illustrated) (S. A. Drake), 161.

Reuben Leir (by the Author of " Patty "), 455.

Salem, A Day at (A. B. Harris), 431.
Savage Life, Three Weeks of (Maurice Thompson),


Seminoles, Ten Days with the (Fred. Ober), 142, 171.

Servian Popular Poetry (W. W. Crane) 563.


Is Light a Mechanical Force ? (illustrated); Mon-

keys in Gibraltar; Electric Indicators; Science in

Massachusetts ; Death of Joseph Winlock; Sci-

ence among College Students, etc., 28.

The Oberon Torpedo Experiments (illustrated);

Theory of Life in the Stars; The Keely Motor,

The Sand - Blast (illustrated); The Keely Motor

again ; Influence of Forests on Atmosphere ;
Fires on Shipboard; Paper from Sugar-Cane Ref-

use; Notes, 92.
The Sand-Blast-Second Paper (illustrated); How

to prevent Collisions on Railways; Extinction

of Fires on Shipboard; Notes, 124.
The Boyton - Merriman Life - saving Dress (illus-

trated); Retention of Heat by Rocks; The Col-
orado Beetle ; Egyptian Geographical Society;

Gas-Wells; Notes, 156.
A New Hydraulic Elevator (illustrated); Mixed

Fabrics; Cheese and Butter Making in Denmark;
Boiling Lake in Dominica; New Railway-Brake;
Notes, 188.

» Glad.

Medicine-Men, The Fraternity of (H. M. Robinson),


Michael Angelo Celebration at Florence, 540.

Misapplied Proverbs (F. R. Goulding), 369.


Gautier on Women in Constantinople; Titles in

Germany; "Peasant-Life in Northern Italy," 30,

Every-Day Life in Spain; Goethe and Translations ;

Inner Life in Syria, 62.

Selections from “ Every-Day Life in Spain;" Ad-

vantages of General Culture; Swedenborg, 94.

Corot; Blackwood on Millais; Tragic Climaxes in

Fiction, 126.

Actors; The Poet and the Stage; Fechter and Ir-

ving: Swedenborgianism in Imaginary Literature,


The Drama in Germany; The Historical Drama;

Italian Church-Festivals; Criticism in Old Times;

About Scruples; Shakespeare and the Sea, 190.

Arab Women; The Painter Etty; Monument to By-

ron; Venetian Popular Legends, 222.

Art and Morality; The Afghans; A Polemical

Parishioner, 254.

Julian Hawthorne on the Saxon Soldier; Incident

of Parish-Life; Dress in Germany; Newspapers

in Portugal; Impertinence; Poe and Hawthorne,


Impressions of Madeira; Madeira for Consump-

tives; Life in Portugal, 319.

Bayard Taylor's Poem on Goethe; Hidden Treas-

ures in Portugal; the Theatre in Germany, 351.

The Decline of Turkey: “The Faëry Reaper," by

Buchanan; Queer Old Statues, 382.

The Carmelites; Mrs. Cowden Clarke on Cole-

ridge, 447.

Social Life in Germany; Bad Law in “ The Mer-

chant of Venice,” 479.

The "Savate; Chateaubriand; Convention in a

Studio; Whistling, 510.

Graveyard Literature; Americanisms, 543.

Wedding Anecdotes; Henry Irving's Macbeth;

The “Busy Bee,” 576.

Wedding Anecdotes; Notifications Extraordinary;

Reporters' Mistakes; Commas; Shaking Hands,

Wedding Anecdotes; More Notifications Extraor.

dinary; Americanisms; The First Fire of the Sea-

son; Shakespeare's Name, 671.

Female Education in Germany; About O'Connell ;

John Leech; Discomforts at Theatres ; Affecta-

tion in Society; Proportion of the Priesthood;

The Heathen Chinee; The Philosophy of Break-

fast, 702.

More of “Teresina in America;" Richelieu ; Coun-

try-Life in Germany: The Postal-Card; Angling;

Marriage of Young Houssaye, 734.
Proposals; Dramatic Readings; Authors before the

Curtain; Evils of Tea-Drinking; Lady-Helps; An

Odd Trade, 767.
Weather; Rip Van Winkle ; A Centennial Item, 797.

"A Summer in Norway;" "Norse Mythology;"
Views and Interviews on Journalism;'
one on the Speeches of Pius IX. ; Notes, 406.
Pressor Morse's “ * Zoology;" Professor You-
maas's "Class-Book of Chemistry; " " Angels'
Wassages;" "Hoosier Mosaics;” Notes, 438.
Preisor Cocker's “Theistic Conception of the
harid;” Miss Johnson's

Calderwood Secret;"
“The Abode of Snow;" Notes, 469.
worth's "Four Thousand Miles of African
Itzvel;" "Annals of a Fortress ; " Nadal's
* Loodon Social Life;" Phin's “Use of the Mi-
Tescope; "The Pistol," 503.
Patie and Mirth of Literature;” “Travels in Port-
egal," New Bric-à-Brac Volume; The Me
chanie's Friend ;” Spurgeon's “ Lectures to my
Students ; " School-Edition of Goldsmith's Poems,

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