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LONDON, SATURDAY, JANUARY 7, 1893.

volume, ‘Gleanings,' i. 97. See Questions Con

stitutionnelles,' 1880. CONTENTS.-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-Archbishop Whately : Prisoner-The Star of Bethlehem, 6.

teenth Century contains a sonnet by Tennyson, QUERIES:-Dorset Marriage Licences-Persse_Lines on Tennyson'- Arms - Kilmeston Manor House - Stormy

my 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' - Tithe Commutation - Mediæval Diptychs

Montenegro. A Sketch.-Nineteenth century, May, " Commenced M.A."-Blow Family-Tennyson and The Gem'-Hollow Sword-Blade Company-Stewart's Rooms, 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 tbe gales" -Topeball-Wesley and the Microscope-Grote's House of Commons, May 7, 1877. London, Eastern • History of Greece'-City Companies-Marks on Ships,

Question Association.-1877, 8vo. B.M. 8028 aa. 6 (6). 13-Miserere Carvings-J. Basire-Song of the Silent Land'-Heligoland Beans - "Dame" --Strachey, 14 - Another edition, London, Paris, and New York, • Croyland Chronicle'A Jesuit Playwright -- Gray's

is 8028 de. 15 (2). • Bard'-Nelly Moore" Festum Patefactionis "-Manila -Fire by Rubbing Sticks--" It fair sheds," 15-G. Isham *Rejoinder on authority in matters of opinion.-NineA 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"-Slaughter 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, ii, 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.

Nineteenth Century, August, 1877, pp. 149-66.
Notes.

Reprinted in 'Gleapings,' 1879, iv. 341-65, but
THE BIRTHDAY OF THE YEAR.

the close of the article is omitted as too political.

See also 1884. Tbis, a New Year? Sad is the sky and grey;

The trees writhe still beneath the ruthless blast; *The colour-senge.-Nineteenth Century, October, 1877,

No fresh hope dawns, nor is the old grief past : pp. 366-88.
All seems the same as it seemed yesterday.

For a German translation see 1878.
Here is no Babe of Time, as poets say,
Brought in to us from out the unknown vast:

*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 sway;

pp. 417-28. And thougb as Stranger hailed, this wintry morn

***The county franchise and Mr. Lowe thereon.-NineBy men and bells, yet mark, the wise Earth gets teenth Century, November, 1877, pp. 537-60. No greeting ready, and no glad bird trills

Reprinted in Gleanings,' 1879, i. 131-70 ; and Surely if ever a New Year is born, 'Tis 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
St. Swithin.

Government in and about Bulgaria since May, 1876, &c.
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*The Sclavonic provinces of the Ottoman Empire. CONTRIBUTIONS TO A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF Address at Hawarden. Publiebed for the Eastern Ques. THE RIGHT HON, W. E. GLADSTONE. tion Association by Cassell, Petter & Galpin, London,

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The royal supremacy; as it is defined by reason, his1877.

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LONDON, SATURDAY, JANUARY 7, 1893.

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, 54" The Zoo"-Tbe Haymarket Theatre-Archbishop Whately : Prisoner-The Star of Bethlehem, 6.

teenth Century contains & sonnet by Tennyson, QUERIES :--Dorset Marriage Licences-Persse— Lines on and Mr. Gladstone's article on Sir George Corne

Tennyson'-Arms - Kilmeston Manor House - Stormy saranace...

ormy wall Lewis's book follows immediately. It is

. Miniatnre Discourse of reprinted in Gleaninge ? 1879. j137-21. Moreton Family, 7 - Cozens - Miniature-Discourse of 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, 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. 11

St. 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 tbe gales" – Topehall-Wesley and the Microscope - Grote's House of Commons, May 7, 1877. London, Eastern History of Greece'-City Companies-Marks on Ships,

Question Association.-1877, 8vo. B.M. 8028 aa. 6 (6). 13-Miserere Carvings-J. Basire-Song of the Silent Land' - Heligoland Beans "Dame" - Strachey, 14 Another edition, London, Paris, and New York, • Croyland Chronicle'-A Jesuit Playwright -- Gray's • Bard'-Nelly Moore" Festum Patefactionis "-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"-S'aughter FamilyDe Gestis Tancredi'

Mr. Gladstone and Sir George Lewis on Authority,' Crossbows-Chief Justice Jeffreys-Livery Companies, 17 --Gloves and Kisses-Daniel Sedgwick - Select Historical

Documents'--Jewish Sects, 18-Mistake: Mistaken, 19.
NOTES ON BOOKS:- Dictionary of National Biograpby,' '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 Égypt and freedom in the East.

Vineteenth century, August, 1877, pp. 149-66.
Notes.

Reprinted in Gleapings,' 1879, iv. 341-65, but
THE BIRTHDAY OF THE YEAR.

the close of the article is omitted as too political. This, a New Year? Sad is the sky and grey;

See also 1884.
The trees writhe still beneath tbe ruthless blast; *The colour-senge.-Nineteenth Century, October, 1877,
No fresh hopo dawns, nor is the old grief past: pp. 366-88.
All seems the same as it seemed yesterday.

For a German translation see 1878.
Here is no Babe of Time, as poets say,
Brought in to us from out the unknown vast :

*The dominions of Odysseus, and the island group of 'Ti-, like the Child the giant served agbast, *

the Odyssey.-Macmillan's Magazine, October, 1877, Older than eld, wielder of world-wide sway;

pp. 417-28. And thougb as Stranger hailed, this wintry morn

***The county franchise and Mr. Lowe thereon.-NineBy men and bell", yet mark, the wise Earth gets teenth Century, November, 1877, pp. 537-60. No greeting ready, and no glad bird trills

Reprinted in Gleanings,' 1879, i. 131-70; and Surely if ever a New Year is born, 'Tis 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
ST. SWITHIN.

Government in and about Bulgaria since May, 1876, &c.
London, John Murray, 1877.-8vo. B.M. 8028 cc. 4 (12).

*The Sclavonic provinces of the Ottoman Empire. CONTRIBUTIONS TO A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF Address at Hawarden, Publiebed for the Eastern Ques. THE RIGHT HON. W. E. GLADSTONE. tion Association by Cassell, Petter & Galpin, London,

1877.-8vo. pp. 16.' B.M. 8028 cc. 7. (Continued from geh S. ii. 503.)

The royal supremacy; as it is defined by reason, his1877.

tory and the constitution. Being the substance of a *Life of tbe 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 h. 1 (9). Theodore Martin's work. The mistake in the title

This is a reprint of the edition of 1865, with of the magazine, noted 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 algo in the reprint of the article on the third l '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.

Homer und sein Zeitalter. Eine Untersuchung über die Zeit und das Waterland Homer's...... Autorisirte...... deutsche Ausgabe won......D. Bendan. Jena, 1877-8vo. B.M. 11335 bb. 8.

See 1876.

1878. *The Life of His Royal Highness the Prince Consort. —Church Quarterly Review, January, 1878, pp. 469-92. This article on the third volume is reprinted in “Gleanings,’ 1879, i. 97-130, and in “Questions Constitutionnelles,’ 1880. *Last words on the county franchise.—Nineteenth Century, January, 1878, pp. 196-208. Reprinted in ‘Gleanings,’ 1879, i. 171-92, and in “Questions Constitutionnelles,’ 1880. *The peace to come.—Nineteenth Century, February, 1878, pp. 209.26. *The paths of honour and of shame, Nineteenth Century, March, 1878, pp. 591-604. See below. *The Iris of Homer : and her relation to Genesis iz. 11-17.-Contemporary, April, 1878, pp. 140-52. *Liberty in §. East and West.—Nineteenth Century, June, 1878, pp. 1154-74. *A modern “symposium.” Is the popular judgment in politics more just than that of the higher orders?— Nineteenth Century, July, 1878. Mr. Gladstone's contribution is on pp. 184-9. It is reprinted in ‘Gleanings,’ 1879, i. 193-202, and in “Questions Constitutionnelles,’ 1880. *England's mission.—Nineteenth Century, September, 1878, pp. 560-84. *Kin beyond sea.—North American Review, September, 1878, pp. 179-212. Reprinted in ‘Gleanings,’ 1879, i.203-48, and in “Questions Constitutionnelles,’ 1880. See also * Prose Masterpieces,’ 1886. *The sixteenth century arraigned before the nineteenth. A study on the Reformation.—Contemporary, October, 1878, pp. 425-57. Reprinted in ‘Gleanings,’ 1879, iii. 217-73. *The slicing of Hector.—Nineteenth Century, October, 1878, pp.752-64. *ālotoral facts, – Nineteenth Century, November, 1878, pp. 955-68. See September, 1887, December, 1889, and September, 1891. "Homer......London, Macmillan & Co., 1878.-12mo. pp. 153. B.M.2322 a. One of J. R. Green’s “Literature Primers.” *Montenegro. A Sketch.

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|otions. Breslau, 1878,-8vo, B.M. 8715 dd. (9). A translation of the article in the Nineteenth Century for October, 1877.

1879. *The friends and foes of Russia.-Nineteenth Century. January, 1879, pp. 168-92 *On epithets of movement in Homer.—Nineteenth Century, March, 1879, pp. 463-87. *Probability as the guide of conduct —Nineteenth Century, May, 1879, pp. 908-34. Reprinted in ‘Gleanings,’ vii. 153-99, under the title ‘The Law of Probable Evidence and its Relation to Conduct.’ See ‘Gleanings’ below. *Greece and the Treaty of Berlin.—Nineteenth Century, June, 1879, pp. 1121-34. *The Evangelical Movement, its parentage, progress, and issue.—British Quarterly Review, July, 1879, pp.1-26. Reprinted in ‘Gleanings,’ 1879, vii. 201-41. *The country and the Government.—Nineteenth Century, August, 1879, pp. 201-27. The Olympian system versus the solar theory.—Nineteenth Century, October, 1879, pp. 746-68. The speech...... at Wellington College...... November 3rd, 1879. Wellington College, G. Bishop, 1879.— 8vo. pp. 18., B.M. 12301 c. 51 (8). Inaugural address to the students of the University of Glasgow...... 1879. London, John Murray, 1879.-8vo. pp. 40. B.M. 12301 c. 51 (9). "Dean Hook, an address delivered at Hawarden. London, Bentley & Son, 1879.-8vo. pp. 32. B.M. 4906 dd. 31 (18). *Gleanings of past years, 1843–78ssic]. London, John Murray, 1879.-8vo. 7 vols, B.M. 2344 a. The dates on the general title-pages (facing the special volume title-page) vary somewhat. Wols. i., iii., iv., v., and vi. have the date 1843–78; vol. ii. has a date differing only by one year, 1844-78; but vol. vii. has 1860-79 on its general title-page, and 1843-79 on its special title-page. It would seem as if these dates should have been transposed. The date 1879 (instead of 1878) for the series is correct, as vol. vii. contains two articles reprinted from magazines of 1879. One of these is *The Law of Probable Evidence,” and the date of this seems rather uncertain. The year 1845 is given under the heading on p. 153, and there is this foot-note: “First published in, and reprinted from, the Nineteenth Century for March, 1879.” “March” is a misprint for May. The wording of the note seems to imply that the article was written earlier. And in the table of contents, p. vi, the date 1849 is placed after the heading. Thus there is contradiction whichever way we turn. Moreover, the dates on the special title-page of vol. i., “1875-8,” do not seem to be quite correct, as the first address reprinted was delivered in April, 1862. > ... Neorms, rovregrw ot §: kat of avtopsoirot Toms mowtkms enox7s. vyypappa §.5% # A.M. ow. &v *::::: 1879, &c.—8vo, B.M. 11315 de. 14. See 1869.

*Political speeches in Scotland, November and December, 1879. Edinburgh, Andrew Elliot, 1879.-8vo. pp. 103. B.M. 8139 bbb. 1 (11).

P. 2 contains an Itinerary, giving Mr. Gladstone's movements from November 24 to December 6. The Preface, signed “J. J. R.,” occupies p. 3; an Advertisement, signed “W. E. Gladstone,” forms p. 4. These speeches were reissued in 1880, when J. J.R.'s Preface was p. 1, the titlepage not then being counted ; the Itinerary, p. 2. A second Preface, signed “W. E. G.,” occupies pp. 3-6; and the Advertisement, p. 7. The first speech begins on p. 9; the last ends on p. 106. B.M. 8139 aaa. 5.

Political speeches in Scotland, November and December, 1879......With an appendix, containing the Rectorial address in Glasgow, and other non-political speeches. Reprinted from the Scotsman reports. London, W. Ridgway, 1879–8vo. pp. 255, B.M. 8138 f. 4.

1880. *Free trade, railways, and the growth of commerce,— Nineteenth Century, February, 1880, pp. 367-88. This article is omitted under Mr. Gladstone's name in the index to the volume, but appears under “Free Trade.”

*Russia and England.—Nineteenth Century, March, 1880, pp. 538-56.

*Religion, Achaian and Semitic.—Nineteenth Century, April, 1880, pp. 710.25.

*Political speeches in Scotland, November and December, 1879......With an appendix, containing the Rectorial address in Glasgow, and other non-political speeches. Revised edition. Edinburgh, Andrew Elliot, 1880.-8vo. pp. 255. B.M. 8139 df. 9.

This edition (the fly-title and title not being counted) contains on p. 1 J. J. R.'s Preface; on pp. 3-4, the Itinerary. Under the Contents, pp. 5-13, the heads of the speeches are given. The Advertisement forms p. 14; but the Preface signed “W. E. G.” does not appear.

*Political speeches in Scotland, March and April, 1880. Second Series. Edinburgh, Andrew Elliot, 1880.-8vo. pp. 91. B.M. 8139 aaa. 5.

The title-page is not counted, p. 1 containing the Contents, and the fourth Midlothian speech beginning on p. 3. *Political speeches in Scotland, March and April, With an appendix, containing addresses to the Midlothian electors, and a letter to Count Karolyi. Revised edition. Edinburgh, Andrew Elliot, 1880.-8vo. pp. 366, B.M. 8139 df. 9. In this volume the fly-title and title form pp. 1-4; a new Preface by J. J. R. is p. 5; the Itinerary, March 16 to May 8, forms pp.7,8. The Contents, pp. 9-16, contain the heads of the speeches. The approaching general election. Speeches delivered in Midlothian, during...... November, 1879. London, H. J. Infield, 1880–8vo. B.M. 8139 aaa. 4. *Questions constitutionnelles (1873-1878). Le trône et le Prince-époux.-Le cabinet et la constitution. Par W. E. Gladstone...... Traduit de l'anglais et précédé d'une introduction par Albert Gigot...... Paris, Librairie

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1881. The Irish Land Bill. Speech......April 7th, 1881. National Press Agency.—London, 1881. 8vo. pp. 39. B.M. 8146 c. 2 (3). The Irish Land Bill. (Second reading.) Speech...... May 16th, 1881. National Press Agency.—London, 1881. 8vo. pp. 30. B.M. 8146 c. 2 (4). Speeches delivered...... at Leeds, October 7th and 8th, 1881, on 1. Land and “Fair Trade.”—2. Ireland.-3. Free Trade.—4. Foreign and Colonial Policy. 4 pts. National Press Agency.—London, 1881. 8vo. B.M 8138 e. 3 (10). *Fixity of tenure.—Fair rent and free sale. These portions of speeches, reprinted from Hansard, vol. cxcix., form pp. 37-45 of “Mr. Gladstone and the ‘Three F’s, issued by the Irish Land Committee, 31, South Frederick Street, Dublin, 1881. B.M. 8146 b. 1883. National expenditure. Speech...... in the House of Commons......6th April, 1883. London, National Press Agency.—1883. 8vo. pp. 12. B.M.8229 de. 31 (15). Parliamentary oaths. Speech......on the second reading of the Parliamentary Oaths Act Amendment Bill, 26th April. 1883. London, National Press Agency, 1883. —8vo. pp. 16. B.M. 8132 ee. 16 (8). Il discorso di W. E. Gladstone intorno a G. Garibaldi 2nd June, 1883]. Tradotto in Italiano da G. Zafira. ondra, A. Andrews, 1883–8vo. pp. 15. B.M. 10604 f. 2 (5). *Senti, senti, anima mia.-Nineteenth Century, September, 1883, pp. 357-9. A translation in Italian of Cowper's hymn “Hark, my soul it is the Lord.” The Conservative legacy, 1880. Liberal work, 1880. 1883. Speech......at the inaugural banquet, National Liberal Club......1883. London, National Liberal Club. —1883, 8vo. pp. 16. B.M. 8139 bb. 46 (1).

(To be concluded.)

THE LORD CHIEF BARON NICHOLSON.

I do not find that in any work treating on London much has been said about the Judge and Jury Society, an institution which, whatever may be thought of its moral character, existed during a series of years, was one of the stock amusements of London, and one of the first places visited by country cousins on their arrival in the metropolis. I therefore propose putting together some facts respecting this mock court and its founder.

Renton Nicholson was born in a house opposite to the Old Nag's Head Tavern, in the Hackney Road, on April 4, 1809; but his parents dying when he was very young, he was brought up by

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