The White House at Inch Gow. By Sarah Pitt. (Cassell
and Co.)—This is a quite harmless story, prettily told. The hero is a hard-working, somewhat hard-featured young man, who sticks to his purpose through good and evil, and finally wins the happiness to which he has looked forward. The well-assorted union is set off by contrast with one which is as ill-assorted, and the unhappy history of which is given with no little pathos.