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LONDON:
Printed by WILLIAN CLOWES ANI) SONS, Limited,
Stamford Street, S.E., and Great Windmill Street, W.

ART. VI.-SIENKIEWICZ AND His CONTEMPORARIES - - 117

1. Ogniem i Mieczem (With Fire and Sword), 1884:

Potop (The Deluge), 1886: Pan Wolodyjowski, 1888:

Quo Vadis, 1896. By Henry Sienkiewicz.

2. Dzieci Szatana (Children of Satan), 1897: Homo

Sapiens, 1898. By Stanislaus Przybyszewski.

And other works.

ART. VII.-ANDREA MANTEGNA -

- 139

1. Mantegna, sa vie, son œuvre, &c. Par Charles Yriarte.

Paris : J. Rothschild, 1901.

And other works.

ART. VIII.-SOLITUDE AND GENIUS

· 159

1. Some Fruits of Solitude. By William Penn. With

an Introduction by Edmund Gosse. London: Free-

mantle, 1900.

And other works.

ART. IX.–ANTHROPOLOGY-A SCIENCE ?

· 180

1. The Golden Bough. Second edition, revised and en-

larged. Three volumes. By J. G. Fraser. London:

.

:

Macmillan, 1900.

And other works.

ART. X.—THE PROGRESS OF WOMEN

201

1. The International Congress of Women, 1899: Report

of Transactions. Seven vols. Edited by the Countess

of Aberdeen. London: Fisher Unwin, 1900.

ART. XI.-NEW LIGHTS ON MARY, QUEEN OF Scots

221

1. Papal Negotiations with Mary Queen of Scots during

her reign in Scotland, 1561–1567. Edited, from the

original documents in the Vatican archives and else-

where, by John Hungerford Pollen, S.J. Scottish

History Society, 1901.

And other works.

ART. XII.-PERSIA AND THE PERSIAN GULF

215

1. Report on the Trade of the Persian Gulf, 1900.

Diplomatic and Consular Reports Annual series.

London, 1901. (Cd. 429 : 89.)

And other works.

ART. XIII.-LADY SARAH LENNOX

- 274

The Life and Letters of Lady Sarah Lennox, 1745–

1826. Edited by the Countess of Ilchester and Lord

Stavordale. Two vols. London: John Murray, 1901.

ART. XIV.—THE WAR AND ITS LESSONS -

295

1. South Africa Despatches (1901). (March 8, May 8,

July 8, August 8, September 8, October 8.) London:

Eyre and Spottiswoode, 1901.

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