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VOLUME XLII. JULY—DECEMBER, 1882
ISBISTER AND COMPANY
56, LUDGATE HILL LONDON
CONTENTS OF VOLUME XLII.
The Industrial Training of Pauper and Neglected Girls. By Ellice Hopkins
Contemporary Life and Thought in France. By Gabriel Monod. I.
What is the Salvation Army? By William Booth 175
Tie Last Revival. By Frances Power Cobbe 182
Tne Methods of the Salvation Army. By the Rev. Randall T. Davidson . . 189
The Poetry of William Morris. By A. Lang 200
Canada and the North-West as an Emigration Field. By James Macgregor, D.D. . 21S
The Turning-Point of the Middle Ages. By W. S. Lilly. II 237
Medical Women for India. By Frances E. Hoggan, M.D. 207
Co-operative Agriculture in Germany. By John Rae 276
The "Official" Expenses of Elections. By Sydney C. Buxton 288
Church and Democracy at Geneva. By the Rev. the Hon. Canon Fremantle . . 295
The British Lion. By Professor W. Boyd Dawkins 306
Off Mesolongi. By Alfred Austin 315
Egypt and England. By Sheldon Amos 31S
The Salvation Army. By Cardinal Manning
Wheat, Wine, and Wool. By C. F. Gordon dimming
I* Judaism a Tribal Religion? By Claude Montthoro
The Austrian War against Publicity. By Arthur J. Evans
Natural Selection and Natural Theology. By Eustace R. Conder, D.D.
The Origin of Government. By J. Dove Wilson ....
"Married Women in Factories." A Reply. By Whatcly Cooke Taylor
"Natural Religion," by the Author of "Ecce Homo." By the Rev. J. LI. Davies
The Radical aDd Revolutionary Parties of Europe. By Karl Blind. I. .
The Place of Carlisle in English History. By Edward A. Freeman, D.C.L.
Peasant Properties in Auvergne. Jottings in August and September. By Lady