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• The Old Cloak,' by Maxime du Camp, is very touching. the mother country. Melbourne has also a suburb named Mr. H. H. Statham, editor of the Builder, answers, with Kew. "A vanished wonderland" is the title given to the some asperity, Mr. Shaw Lefevre's recent paper in the lake district of New Zealand, to which the work then Nineteenth century on Public Buildings of London.' proceeds. - Part XIII. of the Dictionary of Cookery The Earl of Clarendon will, of course, be heard on finishes the work, to which it gives title-page and index, * Party Government. We fancy Our Library List 'will with a useful appendix. before long disappear.-In Temple Bar, What Men live Part LXII. of Mr. Hamilton's Parodies gives travesties by,' from the Russian of Count Tolstoï, by Lady Lech of Mr. Swinburne and Mr. G. R. Sims. mere, is an admirably characteristic specimen of the
No. XVIII. of the Bookbinder (Clowes & Sons) is freely Russian author's work. Charles Lamb's Letters 'should rather be called 'Lamb and Coleridge. Puns and and handsomely illustrated. Some of the colour-printed • Thomas Campbell' are the subjects of papers. -Mr. book.covers are very remarkable. Haweis writes in the Gentleman's on the Late John Woman's World has a well-illustrated paper on Fans,' Ella,' and Mr. W. J. Lawrence gives an account of ‘Pan- and a second on The Princesse de Talleyrand.' Thero tomime One Hundred and Fifty Years ago.' * Curious are some good views of Fontarabia, one of the most picTenures ' is on a subject of constant interest to readers turesque portions of northern Spain. of ‘N. & Q.–Berkeley Castle is treated of in the English THE Rev. W. S. Lach-Szyrma has reprinted his sermon Ilustrated under. Glimpses of Old English Homes.' In
on The Lesson of the Armada, addition to good views of the place some of the fino pictures in the collection are reproduced. Gwalior' is MR. G. BIRKBECK HILL writes from 3, The Crescent, the subject of an excellent paper, with illustrations, by Oxford :-"I have entered into an engagement with the Hon. Lewis Wingfield. Mr. Oscar Wilde has a paper the Delegates of the Clarendon Press to collect and on London Models. An engraving of The Virgin and edit Dr. Johnson's letters. A very large number of Child,' from the painting by Lorenzo di Credi in the them are in print, but scattered through many volumes ; National Gallery, is the frontispiece.-'Studies of Ele- many others still remain in manuscript. Since I pub mentary School Life,' in Longman's, gives some essays lished my edition of Boswell's 'Life of Johnson 'I have, by boys which are sufficiently comic. A Queen Anne through the kindness of correspondents, received copies Pocket Book' has a mildly antiquarian interest. In At of not a few which I had never before seen. Many, I the Sign of the Ship’Mr. Lang furnishes some variants of have reason to know, still remain hidden away in the rhymes concerning which he might with advantage have desks of collectors of autographs. May I through your consulted N. & Q.?—'In a Burmese Prison,' in the columns appeal to the owners of such letters to furnish Cornhill, gives a grim account of life under unfavourable me with copies? If they would trust me with the ori. conditions. * Pickwick' introduces much matter re- ginals they would greatly add to the favour. The regiscently discussed in N. & Q.' The Grocer's War’tello tered letter-post is a very secure mode of transmission. again a very strange story.— Mistletoe and Holly', is Whatever I receive shall be returned without delay. If treated of, with other subjects, in All the Year Round.
only a copy is sent I venture to ask that the spelling and SOMEWHAT bebind time appears the concluding num- punctuation of the original be exactly followed. In the ber for 1888 of Le Livre. The most remarkable paper case of those letters which have been published, I would it contains is · La Destruction Volontaire des Livres ou suggest that they should be collated by their owners, and la Bibliolytie,' and is by M, F. Drujon. It gives an that I should be informed of any inaccuracy. Johnson's account of the books destroyed by their authors and by handwriting is not always clear, and not a few errors other individuals. The list is long, no fewer than 268 works bave been committed by the copyists. As I hope to supbeing included in the list given, of which the first half plement this work by a similar edition of the letters of only appears. The whole is very curious. An illustration Boswell, I venture to make the same requests in his case representing a lovely binding of 'La Française du Siècle,' also.” in the possession of the author, M. Octave Uzanne, accompanies the number.
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