16 FEBRUARY 1895, Page 24

Selections from Strabo. By the Rev. H. G. Tozer. (Clarendon

Press.)—Mr. Tozer pieces together with much ingenuity the facts of Strabo's life, which may be gathered from his writings, and criticises these latter with perspicacity. The extracts after the introductory matter about Geography in general, refer to the European countries—so far as they were known in Strabo's time (63 B.C.-21 A.D.)—Asia Minor, India, South-Western Asia, and Egypt. The lectures on Italy will be found peculiarly interest- ing. Mr. Tozer's volume is of very considerable interest and value, and deserves a much more extended and detailed notice than we are able to give it.