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Fellow of Worcester College, Oxon. (Longman and Co.)—Both these works

are thoroughly well done, but Mr. Stebbing's is really more than an analysis. It is a readable and yet a very accurate epitome, not merely a help to the reader of the longer treatise, but no bad substitute for it in the hands of a hard-headed man, who likes thinking over a nakedly-stated truth better than reading the more diffuse, if more easily intelligible author's text, with the illustrations which explain its meaning.