5 DECEMBER 1885, Page 23

Mousey (George Routledge and Sons)--stories about animals, with illustrations—is another

very unequal work. There is a first-rule woodcut of "Dan and Dobbin," a Newfoundland holding a horse's bridle. On the other hand, them is one of an ant-bill which is deplorably bad-; indeed, anything less calculated to convey the.notIon it is presumably intended to convey, can hardly he imagined.