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very favorably. The repulsiveness and tediousness
RELIGIOUS. of the pure Ollendorf system are completely broken Short and Familiar Answers to the Most Common 0bdown; the various lessons, as they progress, assume jections Urged Against Religion. From the French a wider range, and should, as we suppose, really of L'Abbé de Ségur. Edited by J. V. Huntington. become interesting to the student. Elements of Latin Grammar for Schools. By Albert Tho Forty Hours. pp. 96. Harkness, Ph. D. pp. xii., 156.
Each of these is from Patrick Donahoe, Boston.
The first of them is said to have passed through Mantilla's Reciprocal Method for Learning Spanish twenty-seven editions in Frauce in about four of English. By Louis Felipe Mantilla. pp. vii., years, above one hundred thousand copies having 248.
been sold. Each of these is from D. Appleton & Co., New Why Men do not Believe; or the Principal Causes of York. The manual of Prof. Harkness is on the same plan as his larger work, which has rapidly
Infidelity. By N. J. Laforet, Rector of the CathoTeached an extended sale, but is intended for more
lic University of Louvain. pp. xiv., 251. New
York: The Catholic Publication Society. elementary instruction. The Spanish method of Prof. Mantilla seems to have been prepared judi, history and patristic literature, as might indeed be
The author appears not only familiar with church ciously and carefully. He aims at a pure and idiomatic use of the language rather than a merely expected from his position, but also conversant with literal one.
those particulars in recent literature, especially
French, in which there is a real or apparent antagoA Summary of English and French History for the nism between science and faith. We suppose he
Use of Schools. New York and Chicago : A. s. may properly be regarded as one of the most vigoBarnes & Co.
rous of recent Catholic apologists. His work is well To those who know rightly how to use them, worthy the attention of thoughtful men. The Sosmall compends, such as these, are extremely valu- ciety has issued it in an excellent style of manuable. The summary of English History occupies facture. 18 pages; that of French, 12 pages; and to these is History and Repository of Pulpit Eloquence (Deceased added a summary of American History, coming Divines), containing the Masterpieces of Bossuet, down to the close of 1868, in 46 pages.
Bourdaloue, Massillon, etc. By Henry C. Fisk, Payot's French Series.
D. D. pp. xiii., 613; vi., 616. New York: M. Henry Payot & Co., San Francisco, are issuing an
W. Dodd. elementary French series, of which two numbers
This work appeared originally in 1856 in two are before us, one being a pronouncing primer, and volumes, both of which are now bound together in the other a first reader. The latter work is not, trative of the Greek and Latin, the English, the
It contains a large number of sermons illushowever, supplied with a lexicon.
German, the Scottish, the American, and the Welsh The First Sir Books of Virgil's Æneid. With Expla- pulpit. Some of the sermons have not heretofore
Datory Notes, a Lexicon, and a Map, together appeared in print. It is scarcely necessary to say with an Appendix containing Dr. S. H. Taylor's that such a volume is a storehouse of eloquence Questions on Virgil and Metrical Index. By Ed- and faith, one which cannot be explored without ward Seering, A. M., Professor of Latin in Milton being found profitable and suggestive. The introCollege, Wisconsin. pp. xxij., 421. New York ductory chapters, by the editor, abound in historical and Chicago: A. S. Barnes & Co.
and biographical information. The principal characteristic of this edition of Foreign Missions, their Relations and Claims. By Virgil is the fact that it is supplied with an appropriate Lexicon, and certainly this is an important
Rufus Anderson, D. D., LL. D. pp. xiv., 373.
New York: Charles Scribner & Co. feature in its favor. The notes are brief, but to the point, the pumerous pictorial illustrations add inte-American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Mis
Dr. Anderson, by his long connection with the rest to the text, and, taken altogether, it is in many sions, as their Secretary, became peculiarly qualified respects a very useful edition.
for the preparation of such a work as the present. The First Six Books of Homer's Iliad. With Ex- It had its immediate origin in a series of lectures planatory Notes intended for Beginners in the delivered in the Theological Seminary at Andover, Epic Dialect, accompanied with numerous refer- and subsequently before the seminaries at Bangor, ences to Hadley's Greek Grammar, Kühner's larger Hartford, Auburn, Princeton, and the Union SemiGrammar, and to Goodwin's Greek Moods and nary. The lectures are fifteen in number, and they Tenses. By James R. Boise. pp. ix., 235. discuss practically the various aspects of the misChicago: S. C. Griggs & Co.
sionary question. Ten papers constitute an appenProfessor Boise has pursued in his Homer the dix, in which various special topics are more briefly same general plan followed by him in editing the presented. Anabasis. His notes are chiefly grammatical, and like all such notes fail sufficiently to point out æs
MEDICAL thetic beauties in the text, or awaken literary en
Cases of Orthopaedic Surgery. Read before the Masthusiasm in the student. In his reference to authori
sachusetts Medical Society at its annual meeting, ties on the subject of "the Homeric question," he
June 3, 1868. By Buckminster Brown, M. D., &c. refers to Smith and Grote, but not to Gladstone,
With Photographic Illustrations of the Cases PreBlackie, and others of high authority. He thinks
sented. 8vo., pp. 23. Boston: James Campbell. that the discussion of that topic is out of place in an
Valuable as showing the results of treatment of elementary work. Whereas, we believe just the re
deformities. Ferse, and are confident that no better service could Journals received :
rendered to the student just entering on Homer, The American Journal of the Medical Sciences, than to present, in a preliminary essay, a chapter April, 1869. Philadelphia : Henry C. Lea. embodying the literary history of the great epic, The American Naturalist, May, 1869. Salem, aud of the discussions to which it has given rise Mass. : Peabody Academy of Science. among scholars. The text used is that of Dindorf, A Guide to the Study of Insects, &c. Part vi. as published by B. G. Teubner.
Salem, Mass.: Press of the Essex Institute.
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entail suffering on ourselves by acting even on a A Practical Manual of the Treatment of Club-Foot. generous impulse. Lady Dacre's volume is founded
By Lewis A. Sayre, M. D. pp. vii., 91. New on incidents in Scottish history.
Problematical Characters; a Novel. By Friedrich The object of this monograph has been to convey Spielhagen. pp. viii., 507. New York: Leyin as concise a manner as possible the practical in
poldt & Holt. formation and instruction necessary to enable the Leypoldt & Holt announce a series of six novels general practitioner to apply that plan of treatment from the German of Friedrich Spielhagen, of which which has been so successful in the author's hands. the present one, translated by Professor Schele De Dr. Sayre is well known as Professor of Orthopædic Vere, is the first. The publication is stated to be Surgery in Bellevue Hospital College. The text is made by copyright arrangement with the author. illustrated with numerous drawings.
Spielhagen was born in Magdeburg in 1829, and is NATURAL HISTORY,
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appreciate the energy of the publishers in supply.
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· worth Higginson. pp. 244. Boston: Fields, Osthe world the New England life and character in good & Co. that particular time of its history which may be
Mr. Higginson's former volume, “Qut-Door Pacalled the seminal period. The publishers state pers,” consisted of a collection of miscellaneous esthat this is the first novel Mrs. Stowe has written says on various subjects. In his present work, since 1852, and that the author herself declares however, we have a connected story written in the that she has never been more interested in any same vigorous and impressive style. Another publiterary work she has undertaken.
lication by the same author is announced entitled The Changeil Brides. By Mrs. Emma D. E. N. “Army Life in a Black Regiment.” Southworth.
Philadelphia : T. B. Waterloo, a Sequel to the Conscript of 1813. TransPeterson & Bros.
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that since the days of De Foe there has probably Waverley Novels.
never been written a fiction which looked so like D. Appleton & Co., New York, have completed an truth as the story of the great Napoleonic Wars. additional volume of their new edition of Waverley, The present volume carries the narrative forward containing “ The Heart of Mid-Lothian,” “Count to the culminating point. It enters into detail, and Robert of Paris,” “Fair Maid of Perth,' and may be studied by the reader as a systematic and “ Woodstock.” They are published at a low rate, intelligible sketch of the movements of the troops. are printed from new stereotype plates, are compact in form, illustrated, and furnished with all the notes
POETRY. of the author.
Beautiful Snow, and Other Poems. By J. W. Watson. Norman Leslie: A New York Story. By Theodore pp. 96. Philadelphia : Turner Brothers.
S. Fay. pp. 391. New York : G. P. Putnam & Mr. Watson writes with vigor, and we have read Son.
most of the contents of the volume with a great Mr. Fay's story appeared originally nearly forty deal of pleasure. Several of the pieces can scarceyears ago. It is now revised, without any attempt ly fail to impress the reader very forcibly, and will to remove what the author modestly designates as touch the feelings by their tenderness. The vol“ its evidences of youthfulness and inexperience.” ume has been produced by the publishers in a The trial scenes especially are written with graphic handsome style of typography and general mandvigor.
JUNE 1, 1869.
Hae Lisa Lored the King. By George Eliot. pp.
MISCELLANEOUS. 48. Boston : Field-, Osgood & Co.
The Mississippi Valley, its Physical Geography : inThe admirers of the authoress, and she deservedly cluding Sketches of the Topography, Botany, has many, will not fail to be drawn towards this, Climate, Geology, and Mineral Resources, and of the latest production of her pen.
It is of course the Progress of Development in Population and far less elaborately constructed than “ The Spanish Material Wealth. By J. W. Foster, LL.D. pp. Gypsy," but it is artistic and complete, and, xvi., 443. Chicago : S. C. Griggs & Co. although not foreibly striking, is nevertheless quite The work before us cannot fail to take a high energetic. It is bised on one of Boccacio's stories. rank among those which are devoted to the same The Poetical Works of Henry Kirke White. With general subject. Mr. Foster has devoted many
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