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LONDON, SATURDAY, JANUARY 21, 1893.

* Letter to R. Bosworth Smith on Disestablishment,

Oct. 31, 1885.—2 pp. B.M. 4108 f. 23 (3).
CONTENT 8.-N° 56.

*Dawn of Creation and of worship.-Nineteenth CenNOTES :--Gladstone Bibliography, 41-History in Pottery | tury, November, 1885, pp. 685-706.

at Brighton, 43—Additions to Halliwell, 45— St. Martin's A reply to Dr. Réville's 'Prolegomènes de in-the-Fields-Mistaken Derivation, The Whole Duty of Man'-Parish Eke-names, 46.

Duty of l'Histoire des Religions.' QUERIES:-Miniatures by Englebeart-Painting by Wallis

*Speeches of......W. E. Gladstone...... With a sketch The Hippodrome-Monk Family-Engraving-Copple

of bis life. Edited by H. W. Lucy. London, G. Routstone Family-Gaelic, 47–Lely Family--Arms of Yeomen ledge & Sons, 1885.-8vo. pp. xii, 13-223. B.M, 12301 -W. Bland-MoBarnet and Mackenzie-Atkinson-"The bbb. 26. last peppercorn,” &c.-Saas - Horace-Pratt-Recollec

Address to the electors of Midlothian, &c. National tions of Rugby'— The Children's Garland'-Latin Translation Wanted, 48—Latreille, 19.

28- | Press Agency, 1885.--8vo. pp. 8. B.M. 8135 h. 4 (2). REPLIES :-The Letters of Junius, 49—Tennyson's Cambridge Contemporaries - Reeds — G. Walker, Bishop of

*Proom to Genesis : a plea for a fair trial.-Nineteenth Derry-Voices in Bells—"Be the day weary," &c.-Sonnet by Tennyson, 52–Tennyson on Tobacco-A “Crank" Century, January, 1886, pp. 1.21. Picture of the Trinity-St. Cuthbert—"To threep,” 53— 'Postscript to article on “ Proem to Genesis"! " Zolaesque" -Sedan-chair, 54 “Gee ! - Wo!" Anne Waller - Goethe and Smollett, 55-Ambrose GwinettSalisbury Missal — Sir E. Littlehales - Book MargingVerses by Whittier-Towell, 58-J. Pym-"Commenced M.A." ** Festum Patefactionis "-"La Blanche Com

on p. 304 of the August number. pagnie”-Tennyson and the Gem' - Poem by Arthur Speech delivered......on moving for leave to in troduce Hallam-Blow-Mrs. M. Godolphin-Heraldic, 57-Ohurch a Bill for the better Government of Ireland, on......8th House-Rev. J. Blair-"Consanguineus Regis

19 Regis"Chesney

April, 1886. Authorised edition. London, National Family, 58—Morant's ‘History of Essex,' 59.

Press Agency.-1886. The second edition. 8vo. pp. 47. NOTES ON BOOKS:-Bullen's Stanley's Anacreon' B.M. 8146 c. 4 (2) Lang's Scott's 'Antiquary'- Wheatley's Cunningham's

*An impeachment of English rule in Ireland ...... DeStory of Nell Gwyn.'

livered in the House of Commons, April 8, 1886. A .Notices to Correspondents.

verbatim report.--Speech on the second reading of the

Home Rule Bill, Monday, June 7, 1886.
Notes,

These two speeches form pp. 201-59 and pp. 283

308 of The Irish Question as viewed by One CONTRIBUTIONS TO A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF

Hundred Eminent Statesmen of England, Ireland THE RIGHT HON. W. E. GLADSTONE.

and America,' New York, Ford's National Library, (Concluded.)

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LONDON, SATURDAY, JANUARY 21, 1893.

*Letter to R. Bosworth Smith on Disestablishment,

Oct. 31, 1885.—2 pp. B.M. 4108 f. 23 (3).
CONTENT 8.-N° 56.

* Dawn of Creation and of worship.-Nineteenth cenNOTES :- Gladstone Bibliography, 41-History in Pottery tury, November, 1885, pp. 685-706.

at Brighton, 43- Additions to Halliwell, 45-St. Martin'sin-the-Fields-Mistaken Derivation-The Whole Duty of Man'- Parish Eke-names, 46.

| l'Histoire des Religions.' QUERIES :-Miniatures by Englebeart-Painting by Wallis

*Speeches of......W. E. Gladstone...... With a sketch --The Hippodrome--Monk Family-Engraving-Copple- of bis life. Edited by H. W. Lucy. London, G. Routstone Family-Gaelic, 47-Lely Family-Arms of Yeomen ledge & Sons, 1885.-880. pp. xii, 13-223. B.M, 12301 -W. Bland-MoBarnet and Mackenzie-Atkinson-"The bbb. 26. last peppercorn," &c.-Saas - Horace - Pratt-Recollec

Address to the electors of Midlothian, &c. National tions of Rugby'— The Children's Garland '-Latin Trans- | P. lation Wanted, 48-Latreille, 49.

| Press Agency, 1885.-8vo. pp. 8. B.M. 8135 h. 4 (2). REPLIES:-The Letters of Junius, 49—Tennyson's Cam

1886. bridge Contemporaries - Reeds - G. Walker, Bishop of

*Proem to Genesis : a plea for a fair trial.-Nineteenth Derry-Voices in Bells-“Be the day weary," &c.-Sonnet by Tennyson, 52Tennyson on Tobacco-A "Crank"

Century, January, 1886, pp. 1.21. Picture of the Trinity-St. Cuthbert—"To threep,” 53 'Postscript to article on “Proem to Genesis "' " Zolaesque" -Sedan-chair, 54 -“Gee ! - Wo!" - Anne Waller - Goetbe and Smollett, 55—Ambrose Gwinett

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on p. 304 of the August number. pagnie”—Tennyson and the 'Gem' - Poem by Arthur Speech delivered......on moving for leave to introduce Hallam-Blow-Mrs. M. Godolphin-Heraldic, 57-Church a Bill for the better Government of Ireland, on......8th House-Rev. J. Blair-" Consanguinous Regis "-Chesney

| April, 1886. Authorised edition. Family, 58—Morant's 'History of Essex,' 59.

London, National

Press Agency.-1886. The second edition. 8vo. pp. 47. NOTES ON BOOKS:-Bullen's Stanley's Anacreon' B.M. 8146 c, 4 (2). Lang's Scott's 'Antiquary'- Wheatley's Cunningham's

*An impeachment of English rule in Ireland ...... DeStory of Nell Gwyn.'

livered in the House of Commons, April 8, 1886. A Notices to Correspondents.

verbatim report.-Speech on the second reading of the

Home Rule Bill, Monday, June 7, 1886.
Notes.

These two speeches form pp. 201-59 and pp. 283

308 of "The Irish Question as viewed by One CONTRIBUTIONS TO A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF

Hundred Eminent Statesmen of England, Ireland THE RIGHT HON. W. E. GLADSTONE.

and America,' New York, Ford's National Library, (Concluded.)

1886. B.M. 8146 aua. 20. (See 8th S. ii. 461, 501; iii. 1.)

The Government of Ireland Bill. Reply delivered 1884.

......in the House of Commons, closing the debate on Egypt and the Soudan Speech delivered......in the ::...

......the Bill......on......13th April, 1886. London, NaHouse of Commons......12 February, 1884, London,

tional Press Agency.-1886. 8vo. pp. 16. B.M. 8146 c. National Press Agency.-1884. 8vo. pp. 31, B.M. 8028

4 (3).

Sale and Purchase of Land (Ireland) Bill. Speech bb. 1 (8). The Franchise Bill. Speech delivered......in the House

delivered in the House of Commons on......16th April,

| 1886. London, National Press Agency.-1886. of Commons......28th February, 1884. Authorised edition.

8vo. National Press Agency.-London, 1884. 8vo. pp. 30. P

pp. 31. B.M. 8146 c. 4 (4). B.M. 8138 e, 4 (13).

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Midlothian, May 1st, 1886. London, National Press contributed......to the Nineteenth Century [August),

Agency.-8vo. pp. 8, 1886. B.M. 8146 c, 4 (5). 1877. With preface, &c. London, National Press

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B.M, 1850 c. 5 (127*). The speech occupies pp. 287-345. A short sketch of Mr. Gladstone is prefixed, pp. 277-86.

This contains a portion only of the speech, with an

| address to Mr. Gladstone in verse by James HadThe Church in Wales. A speech......in the House of field. Commons (May 24th, 1870), on the resolution of......W. Williams. London, W. Poole.-8vo. pp. 8. B.M. 4109 Mr. Gladstone's Midlothian speeches......1885. Reb. 15 (14).

printed from the Daily Telegraph. London, F. E. LongB.M. Catalogue queries 1884 as date of publi

ley.-1886. 8vo. pp. 30. B.M. 8131 a. 15 (12).

The Irish Question. I. History of an idea. II. Lescation.

sons of the election. London, John Murray, 1886.-8vo. 1885.

pp. 58. B.M. 8146 bbb. 35 (2). Soudan and Afghanistan. The Vote of Credit. Speech ......in the House of Commons...... April 27th, *1886.

A second edition, pp. 32, was issued by Mr. National Press Agency.-London, 1885. 8vo. pp. 15. Murray in the same year. B.M. 8146 aa. 18. B.M. 8139 bb. 40 (8).

| Another edition, with an “Addendum” on the

THE ENGLISH HISTORICAL REVIEW. REMOVAL OF THE Offices OR

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