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VOL. XXIII., No. 18.
MAJOR JONES'S NEW BOOK.
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Besides the story which gives the title ("John's Alive; or, The Bride of a Ghost"), the book contains Recollections of the Florida Campaign against the Seminole Indians, in which he participated. Here his humor shows to good advantage the funny fellows, Patrick Fagan and Phelim O'Brien, often making the reader laugh outright, even when his sympathies are with the soldiers in their hardships.
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CHARLES SCRIBNER'S SONS publish to-day Sidney Lanier's lectures on "The English Novel, and the Principle of its Development." The author in determining the special relation of the novel to modern man, by virtue of which it has become a paramount literary form, traces the growth of human personality from Eschylus,. through Plato, Socrates, to contemporary Greek: 532 mind, through the Renaissance, Shakespeare, 529 Richardson, and Fielding down to Dickens and 534 George Eliot in whom the numerous threads are 526 gathered into one. The portion of the work di534 rectly concerned with the modern novel is very 534 largely devoted to a critical, yet loving study of 535 George Eliot and her works, accompanied by 530 copious extracts. The book is in all respects fresh and enjoyable and cannot fail of a warm welcome. They also publish an interesting, not to say valuable work in Professor Austin Phelps' English Style in Public Discourse, with Special Relation to the Usages of the Pulpit ;" also a vol-、 ume of the poems of William Cleaver Wilkinson. G. P. PUTNAM'S SONS have just published Isabella L. Bird's (Mrs. Bishop) new book of travels entitled "The Golden Chersonese and the Way Thither." This volume forms the last 536 instalment of Mrs. Bishop's travels in the Far East in 1879, and treats only of the western 514 portion of Malacca, "for the very sufficient reason, as the author states in her preface, "that the interior is unexplored by Europeans, half of it being actually so little known that the latest map gives only the position of its under British rule. The volume is quite as incoast line," notwithstanding that it is practically teresting as her previous ones, and is also fully illustrated. They have also just ready "King. series, by William Sime; a curious speculation Capital,' a new novel in the Trans-Atlantic
"The Possibility of Not Dying," by Hyland C. Kirk; and the practical manual entitled "Authors and Publishers," comprising ments, directions for the preparation of Ms. for descriptions of publishing methods and arrangethe press, etc.
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NOTES IN SEASON.
H. C. BAIRD & Co. have just published "The Assayer's Manual," an abridged treatise on the Docimastic examination of ores and furnaces, and other artificial products, by Prof. Bruno Kerl, translated from the German of Wm. G. Brannt, edited by Wm. H. Wahl.
HOUGHTON, MIFFLIN & Co. will publish next week Mr. Browning's new volume "Jocoseria, which contains his recent poems, and of which eleven hundred were sold in London within three days after its publication. At the same time will appear James Freeman Clarke's "Ten Great Religions," Part II., which is devoted to a comparison of the various religious systems in regard to the leading religious ideas, viz., of God, of immortality, of creation, of evil, and ethics. It admirably supplements Mr. Clarke's previous book, which has been in steady demand, and regarded as an authority ever since it appeared. A handy volume edition of Holmes' "Autocrat of the Breakfast-Table" will be issued in the same style with the tasteful handy volume Edition of Holmes' Poems; and two little volumes, one containing" Evangeline," the other Whittier's " 'Snow-Bound" and " Hills," the initial volumes of a new series inAmong the tended for schools, entitled The Riverside Literature Series.