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Irish pauper emigration, withdrawal of Liverpool, the proposed New Cathedral
support from, by Ontario, 773-775

for, 901-914
legislation obstructed by the Peers, Livery Companies of the City of Londm,
199-200

47-67
Iron, former manufacture of, in Sussex, Lords, House of, the hereditary principle
326

in the, 186, 453–454, 741-712
Ironmongers’ Company, 50, 53

admission of colonial delegates
Italy, the Dawn of the New, 412-433 into the, 458, 508

Lords, the House of, and the Country,

169-209
CESSOPP (Rev. Dr.), The Prophet of a Democrat's Defence of the, 400-

466
- The Black Death in East Anglia, Lymington (Viscount), The House of
915-934

Lords and the Country, 196-209
Johnson (F. Bulkeley), English Supre The Opportunity of the Peers, 451-
macy in the East, 490-504

459
Jones (Colonel), his account of an appa Lytton (Earl of), Miss Anderson's Juliet,
rition, 83

879-900
Jonson (Ben), his relations with Shake-

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speare, 252-253

[ACKAY (Dr. Charles), A Tangled

KARLSBAD, 788-805

English Songs, Ancient and Modern,
Kassassin, battle of, 234

965-983
Kay (J. Taylor), The Classification of Malayan peninsula, our possessions in
Literature, 624-629

the, 497-501
Keay (Mr.), his articles on the “Spolia- | Manning (Cardinal), on emigration,

tion of India'replied to, 611-618 quoted, 784
Keble (John), on the influence of Scott's Marchant (Mr. G.), account of an appa-

literature upon the Oxford movement, rition, 74
quoted, 339

Margaret Street · Sisters of the Poor,'
Kennard (Nina), “Faust, ein Frag 349
ment,"' ' 746-763

Marlowe (Christopher), his supposed
Khartoum, impolicy of abandoning, 40 authorship of some of the Shakespeare
42

Sonnets, 248-253
Kilburn, the Sisterhood at, 345-347 Massachusetts, condition of emigrant
Kissing in Shakespeare's time, 889–890 girls in, 547
Kordofan, General Ilicks's expedition Mercers' Company, 47-48, 53, 58
to, 32-33

Merchant Taylors' Company, 50, 53
Mission Women, 984-990

Mivart (St. George), A Limit to Eculu-
AMBERT (Miss Agnes), Leprosy, tion, 263–280

Present and Past, 210-227, 467 Molokai, the lepers of, 223
489

Monastery, Modern, Daily Life in a, 517-
Land, property in, 137–146

529
its influence on the condition of Muggleton, the sectary, story of, 283-
the Scotch people, 146-155

298
tenure of, in England in the thir Munro (Dr. W.), on leprosy, 224
teenth century, 925-927

Myers (Frederic W. H.), see Gurney
- ratio of population to, in England,

768
question, Irish, the Peers' treatment CATURAL selection as a mode of
of the, 199-200

the, in the Scotch Ilighlands, 382 Nature-worship, 9
395

Nary, condition of the, 704-714
Law Courts, the New, architecture of, Neale (Rev. Dr.), establishment of a
905-906

nursing sisterhood by, 347
Leprosy, Present and Past, 210-227, New Brunswick, visit to a lazaretto in,
467-489

212-213 note
Lewes, battle between Ilenry III. and New Guinea, annexation of, by Queens-
Montfort at, 324

land, 858-860
Life peerages, 454-455

New South Wales, agitation against
Literature, the Classification of, 621 immigration in, 778-779
629

New York, the Emigrant in, 530-519

Norigin of instincts

, 435-438

SMI

NIC
Nicosia, the leper-farm of, 218

Dawn of the New Italy, 412-433
Northbrook's (Lord) Mission, 840-850
Norton (Lord), Imperial Federation, its

Impossibility, 505-516

09
'BRIEN (Charlotte G.), The Emi-

grant in New York, 530-549
Obstruction, Parliamentary, 401-402
Oliphant (Laurence), The Sisters of

Thibet, 715-730
Olympia, the sculptures from, at Berlin,

647-653
Ontario, withdrawal of assistance to

pauper immigrants by the Government

of, 773-775
Oratory Church at Brompton, 910
Orchard cultivation in England, 606
Over-Pressure, 806-825
Oxford movement, practical results of,

310

AE (W. Fraser), Karlsbad, 788-805
rition, 86
Rapes, the, of Sussex, 323
Rawlinson (Mr. R.), account of a phan-

tasm, 69
Reade (Charles), 550-567
Reduction to Iniquity,' the, 134–155
Reeve (John), the Muggletonian, 283,

287-290, 293
Religion, Retrogressive, 3-26

reply to, 353-378
Rogers (Rev. J. Guinness), Chatter

versus Work in Parliament, 396-411
Romanes (G. J.), The Darwinian Theory

of Instinct, 434-450
Romans, ancient settlements of, in

Sussex, 320-321
Rosebery (Lord), on the admission of

colonial delegates into the House of

Lords, 507-508
- on Imperial federation, 853-854

PAG

ST.
GE (Miss M. A.), her account of a of Lords and the Country, 169-173
phantasm, 70

St. Julian's leper hospital, 478-479
Parham Park, 335

St. Leonard's Forest, 332-333
Park Village Sisterhood, 340, 342 St. Peter's Sisterhood, 341-345
Parliament, Chatter versus Work in, Salisbury (Lord), his demand for a ple-
396-411

biscite, 187
Paul (C. Kegan), An Experiment, 619- Salisbury rite, segregation of lepers
623

according to the, 483-486
Payment by results, system of, in ele Salters' Company, 30, 53
mentary schools, 815

Sandwich Islands, leprosy in the, 223
Peel (Sir Robert), on the maintenance of Saxons, invasion of Sussex by the, 322

the House of Lords, quoted, 741-742 Saxony, federal government in, 103
Peers, the Opportunity of the, 451-459 Scotland, condition of the people in,
what will they do? 731-745

146-155
Pereira (Jacopo Rodrigues), a teacher Searle (Mr. R.), his account of a phan-
of deaf-mutes, 582

tasm, 73
Pergamus, the sculptures of, at Berlin, Selangor, 499-501
614-647

Selborne (Lord), evidence of, before the
Peter the Great, visits of, to Karlsbad, City Companies Commission, 59-60
795-797

Sellon (Miss), Sisterhood established
Positivism, Mr. Herbert Spencer on, 10 by, 341, 342
23

Shakespeare's Sonnets, the authorship
Potter (George), on the state of the of, 238-262

labour market, quoted, 781
Proportional representation, inconve Sherburne, the leper hospital of, 474-
niences of, 451

478
Proportional versus Majority Represen- Ships, attack of forts by, 229-232
tation, 935-964

Sichel (Walter S.), The Letters of
Protection, impossibility of reviving, 600 Heinrich Heine, 118-133
Progress and Wages, a Workman's Simmons (Alfred), on the condition of
View, 630-638

the agricultural classes and the neces-
Prussia, federal government in, 101-102 sity of emigration, quoted, 781-783
Prussia, the Art Treasures of, 639-662 Singapore, importance of, to the Em-

pire, 497

Sinnett (A. P.), his work on 'Esoteric
UAKERS, war of, with the Muggle Bhuddism,' noticed, 715
tonians, 294-295

Skinners' Company, 50, 53
Queensland, annexation of New Guinea Skye, the crofters in, 379
by, 858-800

Smith (Samuel), on emigration as a

songs, 972

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SOC
remedy for over-population, quoted, Thibet, the Sisters of, 715-730
767-768

Tilgate Forest, 333
Sociology, the word, 627

Toynbee (Miss), her popular Sunday
Solly (Rev. Henry), Technical Educn afternoon entertainments, 621-622
tion, 301-319

Trade, balance of, adjusted by our
Songs, English, Ancient and Modern, Eastern commerce, 492-494
965-983

Trench (Maria), English Sisterhords,
Sonnet, the, 239-240

339-352
Soudan, errors of British policy respect- Tylor (Dr. E. B.), on Fetichism, 9

ing the, 29-38
South Downs, scenery of the, 330-332
Spencer (Herbert), Retrogressive Reli-

UNICE

TNITED States, electoral system of,
gion, 3-26

950-951
reply of Mr. Ilarrison to, 353– United States, federal government in
378

the, 108-116
Last Words about Agnosticism and - British trade with the, 492
the Religion of Humanity, 826–839
Sphex, instincts of the, 447
Stainer (Rev. William), his labours in

behalf of deaf and dumb children, 588 Visible Apparitions, 68-95
Stanley (Ilon. E. Lyulplı), The House Note to, 851-852

of Lords and the Country, 182-188
Summer (Dr.), his account of bathing

TAAGEN (Dr.), 653
790

Wages, Progress and, 630-63
Summerbell (Miss), account of an appa Walnut-tree Yard, the Prophet vf, l-
rition, 84

300
Sunday afternoon entertainments for Warburton (Canon), account of a pher-
the people, an experiment, 621-622

tasm, 71
Superstitions of the Sussex peasantry, Waterdown Forest, 334
329

Wemyss (Lord), on Imperial federatia,
Supply, Committees of, waste of time 511-512

Wheat cultivation, future relation of, t)
Sussex, Characteristics of, 320-338 English farming, 600-602
Sweetman (Mr.), on Irish State-assisted limit of, in England, 606
emigration, quoted, 532

Wilfrid, conversion of the South Sarolis
Swinburne (Algernon Charles), On a by, 322
Country Road, 1-2

Wilkinson (Miss H.), account of a phan-
- Charles Reade, 550-567
Switzerland, electoral system of, 918 Windward Islands, leprosy in tbe, 219
950

Wolseley (Lord), occupation of Ismailis
federal government in, 105-106

by, 233-234
Sydney, hostility of the working classes Working classes, present condition of
in, to immigration, 778

the, 631-636
Würtemberg, federal government in,

102-103
TANGLED Skein, a, unravelled, 238– Wynne (Dr.), on the communicablebess

of leprosy to animals, quoted, 225
Tel-el-Kebir, battle of, 2:35

Wyvill (Rer. Christopher), 168

at Karlsbad in the sixteenth century, WA

by, 407

tasm, 69

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