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AUGUST 1, 1966.

LADY NOVELS.-It is affirmed that Miss Marian UNDER the name of “ The Stranger in London," a Evans has been paid five thousand pounds sterling new journal has been presented to the English pubfor her new novel, published by Messrs. Blackwood lic. Each article contained in it will be printed in & Sons, Edinburgh and London, entitled “ Felix three languages-English, French, and German. Holt, The Radical.” Miss Braddop's forthcoming novel of society will be called “The Belgravia," it

PERIODICALS. is said.

Harper's Magazine. August. Late EARL OP CARLISLE.- A collection of the Vice

More Curious Homes.— Three Months with Italian Regal Speeches and Addresses, Lectures and Poems Brigands.—Heroic Deeds of Heroio Men: XII.of the late Earl of Carlisle, for some years Lord Opening the Mississippi (J. S.C. Abbott): -Crochet. Lieutenant of Ireland, is announced in London. --National Cemeteries. — Miss Ingersoll's Pride.Twenty-five years ago, when he was Lord Morpeth, Miss Stuyvesant. -Our Minister to Mexico.-An Inhe made an extensive tour through the United quiry into one of the Constitutional Restrictions on States, and obtained the friendship of Prescott, the Revenue Powers of the United States (G. T. George Ticknor, Robert C. Winthrop, H. W. Longfel. Curtis).—The Burning of Columbia.- Newspaperlow, George Bancroft, and others among our literati. iana. -The St. Leons. – A Major of the Old School.

OCCASIONAL POETRY.—Mr. Frederick Locker is - The Fool Catcher Again.-Carlyle at Edinburgh. editing " Lyra Elegantiarum : a Collection of some - Editor's Easy Chair.—Monthly Record of Current of the best Specimens of Vers de Société and Vers Events.—Literary Notices.-Editor's Drawer. New d'Occasion in the Euglish Language, by deceased York: Harper & Brothers. Authors,” which Messrs. Moxon of London will pub- Atlantic Monthly. August. lish.

How my New Acquaintances Spin (Dr. B. G. CHARLES LAMB.—Mr. Proctor (“Barry Cornwall") Wilder).–What did she See with ?- The Miner has completed his “Memoirs of Charles Lamb,” (James Russell Lowell).-Physical History of the which will be published shortly, in Boston, it is Valley of the Amazon (L. Agassiz).-A Maniac's announced, by Roberts Brothers.

Confession.—The Great Doctor: II. (Alice Cary).ANOTHER Noble AUTHOR. —Lord de Ros, Premier My Farm: a Fable (Bayard Taylor).—Passages Baron of England (peerage created A. D.'1264), is from Hawthorne's Note-Books : VIII.—The ChimLieutenant-Governor of the Tower of London, and ney-Corner for 1866: VIII. (Mrs. H. B. Stowe).has just produced an illustrated volume of " Memo- Griffith Gaunt; or, Jealousy: IX. (C. Reade):rials" of that historical building, in which he de- London Forty Years Ago (John Neal).- A Year in scribes the Tower as it was and as it is-all the re

Montana (E. B. Neally).-Reviews and Literary cent alterations as well as those gradually made Notices. Boston: Ticknor & Fields. before.

Hours at Ilome. August. Baron LYTTON OF KvebwORTH.—Sir Edward Bul Shakspeariana (Prof. J. S. Hart).-De Rebus Ter Lytton has been made a peer of England, with Ruris: No. 3 (D G. Mitchell).- Francis I. and Methe above title. Lytton was his mother's family lancthon; translated from the Révue Chrétienne.name, and Knebworth, in Herts, the estate which Bartimeus the Blind Preacher (Rev. R. Anderson, she bequeathed to him, her third son.

D. D.).- The Coliseum by Moonlight (Mrs. E. C. The LITERATURE OF Billiards. -Several treatises Kinney).-My Wife and Mivins.—The Flower to the upon billiard-playing and players have been pub: Nile Explorations.—Student Life in Germany (G.

Buttertly ; translated from Victor Hugo.- Baker's lished in England and France, and there is a periodi; M. Towle).—The Ideal in Trees (Meta Lander):-cal, issued at New York, entitled "The Billiard Cue.” Longman & Co., of London, have lately published William Cowper (Rev. M. M. G. Dana).—Ram* The Billiard Book,” by Captain Crawley; and the bles among the Italian Hills: No. II.—The Little “Athenæum," in a very learned and elaborate review,

Preacher. New York: Scribner & Co. discusses the history of the game-attributing its The Galaxy. August. invention, not to Henrique Devigne, a French artist,

The Claverings: Chaps. XV. and XVI. (Anthony who flourished in the reign of Charles the Ninth Trollope).--Essays and Essay Writing (T. Clarence). (1550-1574), but to the English--this on the -Jean Léon Gérôme (E. Benson).—Lines to a Lied authority of Dr. Johnson's Dictionary. It certainly ohne Worte (Anne M. Crane).- The Emerald Beewas a familiar game in Elizabethan England, and is tles (T. F. Crane). -Charles Waterton (R. D. Caralluded to by Shakspeare, Ben Jonson, and Spenser. ter).—The Furrow (H. Whittaker).—The Story of Local Reviews.—The “ Edinburgh Review” has Ulysses ; from Dante (Dr. T. W. Parsons).- The

Quartier Latin (E. Gilbert).–Archie Lovell : Chaps. long since ceased to merit its distinctive local name, XIV., XV., and XVI. (Mrs. Edwards),-Sound and for it is published in London, by Longman & Co., Sense (G.' Wakeman).—Polipel's Island (J. W. Paternoster Row, and the “ Dublin Review” is in Lee).–Gateways of the Central Park (R. G. White). the same category, being published by Burns, Lam- -An Accident (Mrs. J. H. Williams). ---Nebulæ bert, & Oates, Portman Street, London.

(The Editor). New York: W. C. & F. P. Church. The Drama.–Original plays, not "adapted from the French” or from English sensational novels, are American Presbyterian and Theological Review. July. so scarce that we mention, as news of literature,

The Being of God (Miles P. Squier, D. D.).—The that Mr. Watts Phillips, a popular and productive Fulness of the Time (Prof. J. J. Van Oosterzee, of English dramatist, produced a new three-act play Utrecht): --Raphael Sanzio (Rev. A. D. Gridley, at the Princess' Theatre, London, which is wholly D.D.).—The Reformed Church of France.-The original and has been unusually successful. It is Name of the Lord (Rev. J. M. Johnson).—The called "The Huguenot Captain," and the scene is General Assembly at St. Louis.-Critical Notices in Paris, about the time of the massacre of St. Bar- on Recent Books. New York: Wm. Sherwood. tholomew.

The Boston Review. July. MR. BOUCICAULT.-This clever dramatist has trans Frederick William Robertson (Rev. E. Cutler). lated his own sensational melodrama of “ Arrah na - The Art of Not Growing Old (Rev. A. H. Currier). Pogue" from English into French, changing the title - The Reserved Force in the Scriptures, and a Plea to “Jean la Poste," and produced it at the Gaité for Their Study.--God in Vegetable Life (Rev. J. Théâtre, Paris, with no small success.

| E. Rankin).-Amusements (Prof. J. Seelye, D. D.).

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-The Archæology of the Trial and Crucifixion of Peters).—“Counsel and Encouragement” (Rev. T.
Christ (H. W. Burrage).—The Demoniacs of the B. Thayer). General Review. – Contemporary
New Testament (Z. S. Barstow, D. D.).—The True Literature. Boston: N. E. Universalist Publishing
Theory of the Soul, and of Regeneration, and of House.
Conversion; their Mutual Relations (Rev. W. Bar- Catholic World. August.
rows).-Short Sermons.-Literary Notices. The

Problems of the Age.-A Day at Abbeville.Round Table. Boston : The Proprietors.

“God Bless You.”—Therein.- Unconvicted: or, Universalist Quarterly. April.

Old Thorneley's Heirs: Chaps. V. and VI.--The The Canon of the Church in the First Two Cen- | Martyr.—Ecce Homo (Very Rev. Dr. Newman).turies (Prof. 0. Cone).—The Verdict of Reason Holy Saturday.—East Indian Weddings.- Rome (Rev. S. Cobb, D. D.).- A Philosophic Inquest Con- the Civilizer of Nations.-The Curse of Sacrilege.cerning the Truth of the Divine Incarnation (W. Perico the Sad: or, The Alvareda Family: Chaps. H. Kimball).—Merivale's Conversion of the Roman VIII. to XII.-Irish Folk Books of the Last Century. Empire (Rev. A. St. J. Chambre).—The Indestruc- ! — Asses, Dogs, Cats, etc.-Carol from Cancionero.tibility of Force an Argument for Immortality (Rev. The Pearl Necklace. — The Gypsies.- New PublicaE. 6. Bolles).–Our Common Schools (Rev. B. tions. New York: L. Kehoe.

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Homes Without Hands. Being a Description of the Aunt Honor's Keepsake. A Chapter from Life. By

Habitations of Animals, classed according to their Mrs. J. Sadlier, authoress of " Blakes and FlavaPrinciple of Construction. By the Rev. J. G. gans," &c. pp. 322. New York: D. & J. Sad. Wood, M. A., F. L. S., etc., author of the “Illus lier & Co. trated Natural History," "Common Objects of the A story with which is inwrought, in a popular Sea-shore and Country,” eto. etc. etc. With new form, the argument for the Roman Catholic Church. designs by W. F. Keyl and E. Smith, engraved Illustrations of the Shorter Catechism, for Children by Messrs. Pearson. pp. 651. New York: Har and Youth. By Jonathan Cross. Vol. I. pp. 288,

Vol. II. pp. 308. Philadelphia : Presbyterian The very conception of this book, embodied in its

Board of Publication, title, gives to the reader the charm of something Mr. Cross has illustrated the Westminster Shorter fresh and large, and the book itself is worthy of Catechism in a very excellent manner by Seri pture its theme. It admits us to the private life, the parallels, simple explanations, and a variety of home felicities, arts and annoyances of our elder anecdotes. but humbler brothers in the occupancy of this The Cross in the Cell. Conversations with a Prisbroad world, of this airy ocean above us, of these streams and seas beneath us.

oner while awaiting his Erecution. , By a Minister Man is the of the Gospel.

Boston: American compromise and average of all that lives, and his

Tract Society. building, when it shall reach its absoluteness, will

A useful book for circulation in jails and among prove to be no more than the compromise and average of animal architecture. Through the world of criminals, and for suggestions to those who are lawonders--homes burrowed in the ground and rock boring for their good. or bored in the wood; hornes hung upon tree, cliff, Romanism in Rome. By Rev. Henry Alford, D. D., reed, and grass; homes dropped beneath the waters

Dea of Canterbury. pp. 89. Boston: Amerior floating over the clouds; homes of silk and of

can Tract Society. granite, of leaf and of coral; homes in which all Ten Helps to Joy and Peace in Believing. By J. W. inanimate and vegetable nature is laid under con K. Boston : American Tract Society. tribution by its lesser lords, the fragmentary hints

Ten little tracts separately paged. and anticipations of man — through this world this charming book leads us. Its rich instruction

FICTION and pleasing style are in keeping with the exceed- Elster's Folly. By Mrs. Henry Wood, authoress of ingly fine and spirited pictures with which it

“East Lynne,” &c. Printed from the author's abounds, and its perusal is one of the rare treats manuscript, &c. pp. 275 (minus 18). Philadel. which compensate the wader through books for

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Land at Last. A Novel in Three Books. By Ed. New Physiognomy; or, Signs of Character, as mani mund Yates, author of “ Broken to Harness,"

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P. Lafitte, by Huon D'Aramis. pp. 347.. Phione thousand illustrations. pp. 768. New York: Fowler & Wells.

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POETRY. tion of character, is beyond all dispute, and those who desire to see how largely and skilfully a Christine, a Troubadour's Song; and other Poems. By framework of scientific speculation and detail can George H. Miles. pp. 285. New York: Lawrence be raised upon this basis should read the work of Kehoe. Mr. Wells, which shows much reading and obser There is a great deal of genuine poetry in this rolvation, is written very pleasantly, and garnished me. Among the shorter poems, “ The Ivory Cruwith a great number of pictures, many of which are cifix" strikes us as peculiarly fine, though it has one well engraved. Merely as a collection of portraits or two mechanical blemishes, the worst in the first and sketches, the book would be worth reading.

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