23 JUNE 1894, Page 25

There are too many belated notices of books, and too

few mis- cellaneous articles of an informing character, in the new number of the Indian Magazine and Review; it is not therefore specially interesting. Due attention is, however, given to the work done by the Society for the Encouragement and Preservation of Indian Art; and Mrs. McClelland's unpretentious paper on "Nooks and Corners of India," supplies a pleasing view of the scholastic work that may be done—and done effectually—in the village situated in a native State which is well governed, and where the people are fairly well off and happy.