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Catalogue of Huclie's Library. (30 - 34 New Oxford Street. is. 6d.)—This

volume gives some interesting views of modern literature, which, of course, has to be regarded by the compilers from the point of view of the reader. "Novels alphabetically arranged" fill sixty-one pages, and must number nearly four thousand. " Poetry " has to be satisfied with about three hundred ; theology has more than three times as many. Naturally these are but roughly calculated, but they give a substantially correct view.