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NEW EnrrzoNs.—On Liberty. By J. S. Mill. (G. Routledge and

Sons. ls. net.)—The utility of the work is increased by a new index.—In the " Little Quarto Shakespeare," with Intro- ductions and Footnotes by W. L. Craig (Methuen and Co., Is. net per vol.), we have Julius Caesar and King Richard III.—The Guide for the Perplexed. By Moses Maimonides. Translated by M. Friedlander, Ph.D. (G. Routledge and Sons. 7s. 6d. net.)— The American Revolution. By G. 0. Trevelyan. 3 vols. (Longmans and Co. 15s. net.)—Considerably revised.—A History of Architec- ture. By Professor Banister Fletcher and Banister F. Fletcher. (B. T. Batsford. 21s. net.)—The Etymological Pronouncing Dic- tionary of the English Language. By Rev. James Stormontli. Edited by William Bayne. (Blackwood and Sons. 5s. net.)—The Age of Fable. By Thomas Bulfinch. (Dean and Son. 2s. 6d. net.) — Heralds' College and Coats-of-Arms. By W. P. W. Phillimore, M.A. (Phillimore and Co. is. net.)—We have also received the Rev. A. J. Church's Stories of the Iliad and the Odyssey (Seeley and Co., le, each) in a handy cheap reprint, with illustrations after Flaxnian. We note with much pleasure that the merits of these admirable volumes have now received official recognition, and are among the list of works suggested by the Board of Education for the first year's course in English, while The Story of the Odyssey is one of the books set for the Cambridge Preliminary Local Examination.