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Copyright, 1881, by THE CENTURY Co.
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
DEARBORN CAMPUS LIBRARY
PRESS OF FRANCIS HART & Co.
VOLCANO, THE LARGEST EXTINCT
'EEL AS A SYMBOL IN RELIGION, THE....
Illustrations by the Author, and by A. Brennan, W. Taber, and A. Will.
Hand Prayer-wheels, Thibet
Bass-relief, "Adoration of the Wheel'
Section of Lama Temple
The Pilgrimage to Fuji-Yama
Scripture-wheel at Asakusa, Tokio.
Wheel Supported by Kneeling Elephants 741
Temple Buildings at Pekin
Revolving Bronze Lantern, Nikko
The Symbolic Wheel on the Bronze Portal
leading to the Shrine of Tyeasu, Nikko.. 744
Scripture-wheel (fac-simile of an Old Jap-
Copy of a Scripture-wheel of Fu Daishi... 736
Prayer-wheels at Rarung, India.
Water Prayer-wheels, Thibet
Symbolic Wheel and Celestial Cloud
Illus. "Around the Sculptured Altars".
"The Maids of the Virginal Vesta
Illustrations by R. Blum, J. H. Pennell, and F. H. Lungren.
The Spottswood House.
Tomb of Major Gooch..
Old Powhatan Chimney
Interior of Rosewell Mansion.
Part of Mann Page's Tomb.
OWL AGAINST ROBIN
POEMS FROM A SCRAP-BOOK
POET'S WOOD-FIRE, THE
Susan Marr Spalding
Emily S. Oakey.
.A. B. Boyle..
Hjalmar Hjorth Boyesen.. II
Rose Hawthorne Lathrop. 334
SOUL OF THE Sunflower, THE..
TO MY DOG "BLANCO'
Prophecy and Science-The Influence of Congress-Copyright at Home and Abroad-American
Magazines in England, 142; “SCRIBNER'S MONTHLY," Historical-Thomas Carlyle-Advertising
Patent Medicines, 302; Our Charming Politics-The Comstock Laws-The Rich and the Poor,
455: The Bible Revision among the People-Bossism-Purchasable Health, 624; The Attack on
the President-Southern Literature-The Scientific Poet, 784; Steps in the Right Direction-
Literary Eccentricity, 944.
The Lashing of Admiral Farragut in the Rigging (J. Crittenden Watson)—“The Music of Niag-
ara (L. Y. Schermerhorn and Clarence M. Boutelle), with a rejoinder (Eugene Thayer)—The
Rise of the Columbia River (W. D. Lyman)—English Correspondents at Plevna (Frederic Villiers),
306; The Comstock Postal-laws: A Reply (Courtlandt Palmer), 459: Mr. Theodore Thomas and
Music in American Public Schools (H. E. Holt), 627; Mr. Courtlandt Palmer's Hasty Inferences
(Henry C. Potter)-The Organ of the National Liberal League (Courtlandt Palmer)-Westmins-
ter Boys in Politics (Thomas S. Oldham), 787; The Book of Mormon (Ellen E. Dickinson)—
"Advertising Patent Medicines": A Reply (H. S. K.)—“ Music in American Public Schools":
A Reply (J. Spencer Curwen), 946.
Some Old-fashioned Things Worth Reviving: The Guitar, Stringed Instruments in Church Music,
The Daguerreotype, The Old Valentines (Clarence Cook), 147: Young Men's Society for Home
Study-Color in American Art and Dress (H. W. H.), 308; Mrs. Harr ison's "Woman's Handi-
work in Modern Homes" (Doors, and How to Deal with Them-Oil-colors upon Silk or Satin-
Oil-colors upon Plush-Water-color Painting on Satteen-Cashmere Shawls in Decoration), 464;
Outdoor Parlors (Ella Rodman Church), 629; The Boys of the Family, VI.: The Progress of a
Clerk (William H. Rideing), 789; Books on the Training of Children (Margaret A. Lake)—
Letter-Writing (E. R. Scovil), 949.
Milicent W. Shinn
Anson G. Chester.
J. G. Holland.
..J. G. Holland.
Harriet McEwen Kimball. 435
Reminiscences by Thomas Carlyle "-Schouler's "History of the United States "-H. H.'s
"Century of Dishonor "-Bevan's "Sermons to Students"-Susan Coolidge's
Ward's Anthology of English Poetry-Henry George's "Progress and Poverty" and "The Irish
Land Question"-Charles de Kay's "The Vision of Nimrod"-"A Fair Barbarian," by Mrs. Bur-
nett, 309; Charles Barnard's "Coöperation "-Dr. Schliemann's "Ilios "-Three New York Poets
(William Winter, George Arnold, Fitz-James O'Brien)—Whittier's "King's Missive"- The Metter-
nich Memoirs-Guizot in Private Life-Boyesen's "Ilka on the Hill-top"-Storr's Oration on
Wycliffe-The Correspondence of Goethe's Mother-Barnard's "Knights of To-day," 465; Rob-
ertson Smith's "The Old Testament in the Jewish Church"-Talleyrand's Correspondence-John
Burroughs's "Pepacton "-Norris's " Matrimony "-Dr. Robinson's "Studies in the New Testa-
ment"-Palustre's "La Renaissance en France "-Scudder's "Stories and Romances "-An Ex-
hibition of Wood-engravings, 630; Cable's "Madame Delphine"-Gosse's Selection of " English
Odes"-Bastian on "The Brain as an Organ of Mind"-Preble's "History of the Flags of the
United States"-Three "Round-robin" Novels - Francillon's "Under Slieve-Ban "-Mallock's
"Romance of the Nineteenth Century"-Poynter's "Among the Hills"-Marion Harland's
"Handicapped "-Lucy Larcom's "Wild Roses of Cape Ann, and Other Poems," 791; Letters
of Mme. de Rémusat-Grimm's "Life and Times of Goethe "-Griffis's "Japanese Fairy World
-Coquelin's "The Actor and his Art"-Ingersoll's "Friends Worth Knowing "-Leroy and
Renouard's "Pensionnaires du Louvre "-Miss Hale's "Peterkin Papers," 950.
Instantaneous Photography-Disposal of City Refuse-"New Apartment-Houses," 156; Im-
proved Iron Punch-Gas for Kindling (with diagram)-The Transformation of Light into
Sound-Luminous Paint-Improved Window-shade, 316; Improved System of Ventilation-
New Copying Processes-Photographic Enlargements-Gas Fuel-Combined Plow and Harrow,
477: Recent Progress in Iron-founding; Improvements in Boat-building-Regenerative Gas-
burners-Counter-seat-Novel Gas-producer-Electrical Soldering-iron, 638; Recent Progress in
Telephony (with two cuts)-Gas Fuel-Experiments in Crossing Wheat-Preservation of Iron
Surfaces-Disposal of Kitchen Refuse, 797; Recent Progress in Photography, 957.
"Home, Sweet Home," with variations (fantasia by H. C. Bunner)-A Specimen of "Line
Work" (drawing by Hopkins), 158; Love Amid the Barley (M. J. Wells)-A Provincial Idyl
(Charles C. Soule)-The Boston Girl (David S. Foster)-Conjunctions (Mary Ainge De Vere)
-In Explanation (Walter Learned)-A Sonnet by Benjamin Disraeli, 319; Observations of
Rev. Gabe Tucker (J. A. Macon)-Mike's Confession (Sarah D. Clark)-Sonnets from the
Afghanese (David L. Proudfit)-The Middy of 1881 (May Croly Roper), 479; Republican-
ism (Margaret B. Harvey)-To a Critic (M. Montreal)-Aphorisms from the Quarters (J. A.
Macon), 640; At Long Branch (Fitz-James MacCarthy)-Aphorisms from the Quarters (J. A.
Macon)-Esthetic (Ella Wheeler), 800; The London "Punch" on Wood-Engraving (?)-How
Io Died (Simeon Tucker Clark)-The Dame and the Critic (Caroline A. Mason)-Aphorisms
from the Quarters (J. A. Macon)-Prevalent Poetry (Charles Follen Adams)—An Old Rondo
(Frank D. Sherman), 959.