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EPILOGUE TO “AN INLAND VOYAGE,".

FAIR DAY,

FATE OF THE GEORGIANA, THE,

With illustrations from drawings by W. L. Taylor and

C. H. Woodbury, engraved by Latham, Heinemann,

J. Clement, Hoskin, Peckwell, and Acaster.

FIRST HARVESTS. CHAPTERS XXI.-XXXIX. (Con-

cluded ; begun Vol. III., p. 20),

FRANCO-PRUSSIAN WAR. See Gravelotte to Sedan.

FRENCH TRAITS-MANNERS,

GEOLOGY. See Rivers and Valleys.

GRAVELOTTE TO SEDAN, FROM,

With a frontispiece, “General Philip H. Sheridan," from

the last portrait taken ; engraved by Kruell, and with

illustrations after the paintings by Franz Adam, Stef-

feck, Camphausen, and Hünten, engraved by Heine-

mann, E. A. Clement, and Andrew; and from drawings

by Zogbaum and Pennington.

GREECE, LIFE AND TRAVEL IN MODERN, .

Illustrated from original drawings by F. D. Millet, and

from photographs furnished by the author.

GREEKS, THE MODERN,

With illustrations from drawings by F. D. Millet and

Kenyon Cox, and from a painting by E. H. Blashfield.

LETTER TO A YOUNG GENTLEMAN W10 PRO-

POSES TO EMBRACE THE CAREER OF ART,

A LETTER TO THE SAME YOUNG GENTLEMAN,

LOCOMOTIVES AND CARS, AMERICAN, .

Illustrated from drawings made by J. D. Woodward,
Robert Blum, M. J. Burns, D. C. Beard, and others,
and from old prints, drawings, and photographs fur-
nished by the author. Engravings by Delorme, Peck-

well, Van Ness, Andrew, and others.
LONDON LIFE, A. Parts II., III., AND IV. (Con-

cluded ; begun Vol. III., p. 671),
McCULLOCH, HUGH, REMINISCENCES OF. See

Memories of Some Contemporaries, and Politics.

MAESTRO AMBROGIO,

MANNERS. See French Traits.

MASTER OF BALLANTRAE, THE. I. and II. (To be

continued),

Illustrated by William Hole.

MEMORIES OF SOME CONTEMPORARIES,

MEMORIES OF THE LAST FIFTY YEARS. Three

Papers,

With portraits of Mr. Wallack (from photographs taken

for the Magazine in July, 1888); John Gilbert, from a
painting by J. Alden Weir, and other illustrations and

portraits.

MODERN GREEKS. See Greeks.

OLD GLASS IN NEW WINDOWS,

With reproductions of stained-glass windows by John

La Farge, Louis C. Tiffany, Francis Lathrop, Maitland

Armstrong, Lyell Carr, and Will H. Low; from the

artists' original cartoons, and from photographs.

OPERA-HOUSE, BEHIND THE SCENES OF AN,

With illustrations from drawings by Robert Blum, Fran-

cis Day, M. J. Burns, 0. H. Bacher, and H. B. War-
ren, and from photographs. Engravings by Fillebrown,
E. Clement, J. Clement, and Delorme.

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OTTO THE KNIGHT,

OCTAVE THANET,
POLITICS, AMERICAN, PROBLEMS IN,

Hugh McCULLOCH, .
POPULAR AUTHORS,

ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON,
PORT OF MISSING SHIPS, THE, .

John R. SPEARS,
PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN MEDALS. See Campaign

Nedals.
PROBLEMS IN AMERICAN POLITICS. See Politics.
RAILROAD IN ITS BUSINESS RELATIONS, THE, ARTHUR T. Hadley,

With portraits.
RAILROAD MEN, EVERY-DAY LIFE OF, .

B. B. ADAMS, JR.,
With nineteen illustrations from drawings by A. B.
Frost; engraved by Bodenstab, Wellington, Lindsay,

Williams, Peckwell, Wolf, and others.
RAILWAY ENGINEERING, FEATS OF,

JOHN BOGART, .
With a frontispiece, “ Below the Brooklyn Bridge,
from a painting by J. H. Twachtman, engraved by J.
Clement, and with illustrations from drawings by
Walter Shirlaw, Otto Stark, J. D. Woodward, C. C.
Johnson, and others; and from photographs and prints
lent by the American Society of Civil Engineers. En-
gravings by Closson, John P. Davis, Hoskin, Delorme,

E. A. Clement, Tietze, Heinemann, etc.

See also Vol. III., page 643, The Building of a Railway.
RAILWAY EQUIPMENT. See Locomotives and Cars.
RAILWAY PASSENGER TRAVEL,

GENERAL HORACE PORTER,
With a frontispiece, “Show Your Tickets !--Passenger

Station, Philadelphia," from a drawing by Walter
Shirlaw, engraved by Peckwell, and with other illus-
trations from drawings by, R. Blum, F. C. Jones,
Charles Broughton, J. D. Woodward, and others; en-

graved by Van Ness, Butler, E. Clement, and Delorme.
RANDOM MEMORIES. See Contributions to the History

of Fife, and Education of an Engineer.
RIVERS AND VALLEYS, .

N. S. SHALER, .
With a frontispiece, “Lower Falls and Cañon of the
Yellowstone," engraved by Andrew, and with other il-
lustrations from photographs, drawings, and diagrams;
engraved by Hoskin, Thomson, Wardell, Watt, Whaley,

and others.
ROSES OF THE SEÑOR, THE,

JOHN J. À BECKET, .
Illustrated by Robert Blum.
SCENES IN CYPRUS. See Cyprus.
SECOND-HAND STORY, A,

H. C. BUNNER,
SHERIDAN, GENERAL P. H. See Gravelotte to Sedan.
SQUIRE FIVE-FATHOM,

H. C. BUNNER,
Illustrated by C. Jay Taylor.
STAINED-GLASS WINDOWS. See Old Glass.
STEVENSON, ROBERT LOUIS. See Christmas Sermon ;

Contributions to the History of Fife; Education of an
Engineer ; Epilogue to An Inland Voyage; Letter to

a Young Gentleman; Popular Authors.
TEMPLES OF EGYPT, THE,

EDWARD L. WILSON,
With a frontispiece, “The Avenue of Sphinxes–Kar-

nak," from a drawing by J. D. Woodward, and with
other illustrations from drawings by J. D. Woodward,
S. L. Smith, and E. J. Meeker, and from photographs
by the author. Engravings by Heinemann, Van Ness,

M. J. Whaley, J. Clement, Andrew, and others.
THREE BAD MEN,

W. M. TABER, .
With illustrations by M. J. Burns and Francis Day.

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