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We encourage the use of public domain materials for these purposes and may be able to help. He has the keen eye, the humorous appreciation, and, above all, the light hand which cannot be dinwnsed with if satire is to bo bright as well aa biting. His "Quaternary" is our Silurian pericid, and thence the enumeration progresses until we finally reach tbe " Dedmary period"— at least, if that be the proper transla- tion ot his Decim Urzeil. The Craven endowment at Oxford has so largely increased in value that the trustees have been enabled to establish a sort of travelling fellowship for classics, open to all graduates of the university of not more than seven years' 14 THE ACADEMY. And yet the opportuni- ties, it must be added, hudly include any which are quite of the best. Indeed, add- if possible, force, her delicacy abates not t. Bameby's before he is too old to appreciate his good fortune. We may also poiat oat that there are several misprints which bad better be limked to when, the day for correc- tions arrives. — that one bewails the presence of eyes that did not see, ears that did not hear, and opportunities lost, never to return. Leighton saw — as did the writer of these lines— the North-west in its earliest and, he will continue to think, its best and most romantic daya, and left it when the trapper, the hunter, and, to a considerable extent, the gold-digger and the lumberman had given place to the land-jobber and the railroad engineer. Mias Ida Ashworth Taylor has more literary aptitude and better command over her materials than Mr. We allow, however, that it is hard to slaughter the innocents, or for an inexperienced author to acquire that literary perspective which enables him to see that what was at the time of interest to himself may be of no import- ance to those who neither ate the breakfasts, visited the Colonial judges, heard their wives sing, nor are likely to profit by the "unearned increment " on the Cordova Bay " lot " which we trust may he Mr. In truth, it is rather "thin," lacks grasp, and in nearly every chapter is so sketchy— shill we say feminine ? When we can add, with our hand upon our heart, that the characters in Sorrowfid yet Lucky are quite alive and realisable, and that the tone of the book is commendably healthy, we really think we may claim a slwre in the author's next dedication. 4U0 Ooidon's (Uiu) Jaooh Jenningt, the Green-a (BJ Outhbert'Coning^t'.". 187 - Tlu Cottage Xrx C Boor Bitwcll'i (Un.) ' Bnn-'. P.) Bomenet'i (Ladr)' BBbls'B (Q.) (Ter Xamt Seat 7%a Olid Art HH ■ miagt L^t .. Hary's Church should be carted away as would •erva to make the highway from Bargate and all East Street down to the turning to the chantry." The chancel alone survived this act of i-andal- ism ; and even this was allowed to fall into such decay that Archdeacon Bridcoake, when he took in hand its restoration in 1711, had almost to rebuild the whole fabric. Barnehy's hand- some volume is that a work on the Canadian and Xorth Pacific Railroads is extremely seasonable. Again, though we note with pleasure the intelligent jottings on the Coniferae of the country passed over, this reviewer must, as an old student of the forests between California and Alaska, protest against "Mabilis" (p. de Valvedre, who seema to think that it may still have efficacy in conciliating the caustic critic, has translated his happy thought into action. ._ _ (y&emr' [ttn.) M*g'* Hiitalct, an* other Suttfx Storiet ^•. 187 Pmlgrare's VMeetfrom Flov HT Land „ SM Bi Htr^ i)t.-L.) Kiin^i Se Kolare 110 Bubf 'a (Jewie) Pr Mtmt Tomer 3M Strmaaall and Omnn'i i Ia|i 3B1 eecoimbs'atliis Dl.-Co LJ Cbntc AIwte AM /t-DH ^Hl Mffutotv sao SMlev'i (M.) CVwi Court 187 shipfklnf CMlarii, Tlie^ sn Btiiplai'i (Kiu H.) Bearing tit Yoke . The Court Leet Book of 1-560 contains the following suggestive entry ; — "Ordered that so much of the rubbish of St. S.: Lee & Shepard; London: Triibner.) The first impression of Mr. In the last century the dedication wus found efficacious in attracting the powerful patron ; and Mr.

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