Verses by the Way. By John Page Hoppa. (Whitfield and
Green.) —With some assistance from Tennyson and Longfellow the author of this very modest little volume has written some graceful lines on life and its incidents, looked upon as a pilgrimage to eternity, with the ever- present idea of the providence of God. The whole tone is solemn and Dishonest Criticism. By H.
rather melancholy, and seems to imply a deep sense of the instability of