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Is unequalled as the most Wholesome and Nutritious Food
FOR INFANTS AND

AND INVALIDS. SCOTT'S MIDLOTHIAN OAT FLOUR, which is made entirely from the finest quality of Midlothian Oats, is so purified from the Fibrous Integument, that it bas cuncentrated in it 80 per cent, more filesh and bone forn.ing properties than the finest Oat Meal, which is acknowledged tu be the most nutritious of all Cereals. Unlike mans preparations sold for Infante' Food, which contain a mixture of Cereals that would require different degress of builing to become properly assimilated, SCOTT'S MIDLOTHIAN OAT FLOUR is easily prepared, most satisfying

and invaluable in promoting a healthy regularity of system when given to Infants, as it can be used through an ordinary Feeding Buttle by Infants of two weeks' old,

For Invalids and Adults, SCOTT'S MIDLOTHIAN OAT FLOUR is anequalled as a satisfying, nourishing, and easily digested Food. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED AND USED BY EMINENT PHYSICIANS. USED IN THE LEADING HYDROPATHIC ESTABLISHMENTS.

Sold by FAMILY GROCERS and CHEMISTS in T'ins of various sizes.
Sole Makers : A. & R. SCOTT, Millers, GLASGOW.
ABSOLUTELY PURE.'

SEE ANALYSIS :- Sent Post Free on Application.
ESTABLISHED 1828.

'CRYSTAL SPRINGS.'
Renowned for their purity for

HALF-A-CENTURY. Situated on the premises, and exclusively the private pro. perty of the Firm.

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Soda, Potass, Seltzer, Le

monade, Aromatic Ginger FYRYAN BYTE

Ale.

For GOUT, Lithia

Water, and Lithia and
REGISTERED,

Potass Water.
CORKS BRANDED .R. ELLIS & SON, RUTHIN,' and every labe' is registered, and bease their Name and Trade Mark.

Sold everywhere, and Wholesale of R. ELLIS & SON, RUTHIN, NORTH WALES, Manufacturers to the Royal Family.

LONDON AGENTS : 'W. BEST & SONS, Henrietta Street, Cavendish Square. CAUTION.-Beware of spurious Imitations, and insist on having ELLIS'S RUTHIN MINERAL WATERS.

SOLE ADDRESS:-R, ELLIS & SON, RUTHIN, NORTH WALES.

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ART WORKERS IN METAL and WOOD for ECCLESIASTICAL and DOMESTIC PURPOSES. Embroiderers and Manufacturers of Textile Fabrics,

Church Cushions and Hassocks, &c.
MANUFACTURERS AND PATENTEES OF THE HESPERUS LAMP, equal to 45 Candles.
Catalogues, containing 1,300 Woodcuts and Special Designs, free on application.

BIRMINGHAM-TEMPLE ROW.
Works : 260 EUSTON ROAD, N.W., and PORCHESTER ST., BM.

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THE GREAT REMEDY

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For HEADACHE, SEA or BILIOUS SICKNESS, CONSTIPATION, INDIGESTION,
LASSITUDE, LOW SPIRITS, AEARTBURN, and FEVERISH COLDS. Prevents and
quickly Relieves or Cures the worst form of TYPHUS, SCARLET, JUNGLE, and other
FEVERS, PRICKLY HEAT, SMALL-POX, MEASLES, ERUPTIVE or SKIN COM-
PLAINTS, and various other altered CONDITIONS of the BLOOD. It

SAVED MY LIFE,

for the Ferer had obtained a strong hold on me. In a few days I was quite well.'—Extract froni letter of C. FITZGERALD, Faq, formerly Correspondent of the Manchester Guardian in Albania, referring to

LAMPLOUGH'S PYRETIC SALINE. 'SMALL-POX.-PREVENTION AND CURE.'- Any person taken with this dread disease should be kept in a cool darkened rooin to prevent disfigurement, and take nothing but Lamplough's Pyretic Saline. This simple treatment, after years of observation, has proved more effective than any other.

Sold by all Chemists and Patent Medicine Dealers, in Bottles at 2 s. 6d., 4s. 6d., 11s., and 21s. each.

H. LAMPLOUGH, 113 HOLBORN, LONDON, E.C.

PERILS ABOUND ON EVERY SIDE!

THE

Railway Passengers Assurance Company

INSURES AGAINST

ACCIDENTS OF ALL KINDS,

ON LAND OR WATER,

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Apply to the Clerks at the Railway Stations, the Local Agents, or

WEST END OFFICE,

8 GRAND HOTEL BUILDINGS, CHARING CROSS,

OR AT THE

Head Office :-64 CORNHILL, LONDON

WILLIAM J. VIAN, Secretary.

SPOTTISWOODE ASD CO., PRIA TERS, NEW-STREET SQUARE AND GRACECHURCH STREET, LOXDON.

THE

NINETEENTH

CENTURY

A MONTHLY REVIEW
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EDITED BY JAMES KNOWLES.

No. 90, AUGUST 1884.

PAGE

169

210

1. The House of Lords and the Country

1. By the DUKE OF ST. ALBANS.
2. By ARTHUR JAMES BALFOUR, M.P.
3. By the Hon. E. LYULPH STANLEY, M.P.
4. By George Howell.

5. By VISCOUNT LYMINGTON, M.P.
II. Leprosy, Present and Past. By AGNES LAMBERT.
III. An American Criticism of the Egyptian Campaign. By ARCHIBALD

FORBES.
IV. A Tangled Skein Unravelled. By Dr. CHARLES MACKAY

V. A Limit to Evolution. By ST. GEORGE MIVART
VI. The Prophet of Walnut-tree Yard. By the Rev. Dr. JESSOPP
VII. Technical Education. By the Rev. HENRY SOLLY
VIII. County Characteristics : Sussex. By Henry G. HEWLETT

IX. English Sisterhoods. By MARIA TRENCH

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238 263

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301

320

339

KEGAN PAUL, TRENCH, & CO., LONDON. S

PARIS: LIBRAIRIE GALIGNANI, 224 RUE DE RIVOLI.
AGENTS FOR AMERICA: THE INTERNATIONAL NEWS COMPANY, New York.

Price Half-a-Crown.

All rights reserved.

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Warranted good and serviceable at a very moderate price :

3 ft., 28s.; 3 ft. 6 in., 32s.; 4 ft., 36s.; 4 ft. @ in., 40s.

A Catalogue of Bedsteads and Furniture, with Price List of Bedding, free by post.

195 to 198 TOTTENHAM COURT ROAD, W.

THE

NINETEENTH

CENTURY.

No. XC.- AUGUST 1884.

THE HOUSE OF LORDS AND THE

COUNTRY

I.

Since Runnymede the Peers have scarcely been in a more perplexing and difficult position. This difference, however, exists in the two situations : the Barons established the liberties of the people; the Lords now seem inclined to upset the ancient institution they then founded.

The Franchise Bill remains hung up midway between being blessed and damned—between being passed and rejected; while Lord Salisbury watches its paralytic state as a cat does a mouse, ready to put his paw down should it show any signs of returning animation.

It is difficult to understand, when it was argued in opposition to the Franchise Bill, that the farmer would be swamped, and the vote of the present electors be so diluted as to become comparatively power less, how the Conservative party could, without even a grimace, swallow Lord Dupraven's amendment, accepting the principle of the Bill

. The explanation, however, may be found in Lord Salisbury's interruption of Lord Granville on the 18th of July.

'I spoke of enfranchisement without redistribution,' he said.

This, then, is the issue-unless Lord Salisbury can so cut and carve the constituencies that the farmers' vote shall not be swamped, and the vote of the old county elector shall not be discounted; unless Lord VOL. XVI.No. 90.

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