CHRISTMAS CARDS, CALENDARS, AND LITERATURE FOR MS BLIND.—Those friends of
the blind, the editors of the Weekly Summary, whose office is at Shere, Surrey, not only provide them with news from the outer world, but make special provision for their Christmas and New Year fare in the way of a good store of embossed Christmas Cards, a Daily Text Calendar, a handy Shakespeare Calendar with well-selected quotations, and the seventh number of their excellent series of Monthly Readings (8d.), chiefly gathered this time from the great and good of modern days,—Temple, Walsh= How, Robertson, Church, Trench, Faber, Jowett, and other honoured writers. The Braille newspaper (2d., post-free), compact in shape and full of informs- tion, presents its readers with a Christmas supplement. It is good to see so much intelligence and care devoted to the needs of those who cannot look round and choose for themselves.