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The Misdemeanors Of Nancy. By Eleanor Hoyt. (grant...

6d.)—The misdemeanours of Nancy were com- mitted on the other side of the Atlantic, and it is safe to say that if no such person as the "Dolly" associated with certain dialogues......

Current Literature.

THE CONCLUSION OF THE " ENCYCLOPAEDIA BRITANNICA" SUPPLEMENT. The Encyclopaedia Britannica. Vol %XXIII. (IX. of the Supplementary Series). (A. and C. Black.)—A volume which......

Thews Of England. By [patrick Vaux. (w. Heinemann....

eight tales Mr. Vaux projects himself into the future, and describes naval battles that shall be. The average landsman will find them somewhat hard to understand, though their......

Some Books Of The Week.

[Under this heading we moats such Books of the week no have not been reserved for review in other forms.] Robert Buchanan. By Harriet Jay. (T. Fisher Unwin. 10s. 6d. net.)—When......

The Golden Kingdom. By Andrew Balfour. (hutchinson And...

seems to be always a certain difficulty in getting the hero of a story of this kind to start on his adventures. Here the hero is a village doctor, and we are some way past the......

Letters From India. By M. Catharine Albright. (cornish...

is. net.)—This little volume gives us a succession of remarkably vivid pictures of Indian places and Indian people. The travellers landed at Bombay, and made their way with but......

Anthea's Way. By Adeline Sergeant. (methuen And Co. 6s.)...

(unlike the gentleman in the farce who "had a way" with him) was remarkable for really performing her duty to her neighbour, and loving him as herself. This conduct met with its......