12 DECEMBER 1885, Page 17

We have received the yearly volumes of the two excellent

maga- zines published by the Religious Tract Society,—the Sunday at Home and the Leisure Hour. In the former we have, besides several serial stories, a set of papers on the "Jews after the Dispersion," biographies (among which we may specially notice the account of

George Tinworth, one of the most remarkable artists of the century), and a great collection of good miscellaneous articles and

notes, selected for the special purpose of the magazine. The Leisure Hour has a more secular character, and is, in its way, equally de- serving of support.