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ART. VI.—THE SLEEPING SICKNESS

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1. Preliminary Notes on Sleeping Sickness. By R. U.

Moffat, Principal Medical Officer, Uganda Protectorate.

Submitted by Commissioner Sadler to the Marquess of

Lansdowne, 1902. (Foreign Office Papers: East Africa.)

2. Reports of the Sleeping-sickness Commission of the

Royal Society. Nos 1 to iv. London: Harrison, 1903.

And other works.

ART. VII.-THE LAWS OF THE ANGLO-SAXONS -

139

1. Die Gesetze der Angelsachsen. Herausgegeben im

Auftrage der Savigny-Stiftung von F. Liebermann.

Erster Band: Text und Übersetzung. Halle: Nie-
meyer, 1903.

And other works.

ART. VIII.—THE NOVELS OF SIR ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE 158

Collected Edition. Smith, Elder: London, 1903.

ART. IX.—THE TSAR

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ART. X.-INDIA UNDER LORD CURZON

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1. Speeches of Lord Curzon of Kedleston, 1898–1901.

Calcutta : Government Printing Office, 1901.

2. The India of the Queen; and other Essays.

By the

late Sir W. W. Hunter, K.C.S.I. London: Long-

mans, 1903.

And other works.

ART. XI.—THE LIFE AND PHILOSOPHY OF HERBERT

SPENCER

240

1. An Autobiography. By Herbert Spencer. Two vols.

London: Williams and Norgate, 1904.

2. Social Statics. By Herbert Spencer. London: Chap-

man, 1850.

And other works.

ART. XII.—THE JAPANESE REVOLUTION

268

1. Japan nach Reisen und Studien. Im Auftrage der

Königl. Preuss. Regierung dargestellt, von J. J. Rein.

Two vols. Leipzig: Engelmann, 1881-6. (English

(

translation of vol. 1. London: Hodder and Stoughton,

1884.)

2. Japans Volkswirtschaft und Staatsaushalt. By Karl

Rathgen. In Schmoller's Staats- und social-wissen-

schaftliche Forschungen, Bd. x. Leipzig: Duncker

and Humblot, 1891.

And other works.

ART. XIII.-THE MILITIA AND VOLUNTEERS

• 309

1. Report of the Royal Commission on the Militia and

Volunteers; with Minutes of Evidence and Appen-

dices. London: Spottiswoode, 1904. (Cd. 2061-4.)

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THE

QUARTERLY REVIEW.

No. 399.-JULY, 1904.

Art. I.-THE MEANING OF LITERARY HISTORY. 1. A History of English Poetry. By W. J. Courthope.

Four vols (in progress). London: Macmillan, 1895–1903. 2. A Short History of English Literature. By George

Saintsbury. Second edition. London: Macmillan, 1903. 3. Chambers's Cyclopædia of English Literature. New

edition. By David Patrick. Three vols. London and

Edinburgh: Chambers, 1901-3. 4. English Literature : an illustrated record. By Richard

Garnett and Edmund Gosse. Four vols. London :

Heinemann, 1903. 5. L'Histoire comparée des Littératures. Par Joseph Texte. 1896. In Études de Littérature européenne.

Paris : A. Colin, 1898. 6. La Littérature comparée : Essai bibliographique. Par

Louis P. Betz. Strassburg, 1900. 7. Columbia University Studies in Comparative Literature,

1898-1904. The idea that literature, being an art, must disown the antipathies of nations and belong to the world is now strongly rooted, and can but grow in power to quicken and to liberate. We think of the peoples of Europe and America, to go no farther, as one day forming a league of intellectual republics, where each absorbs from the others whatever conceptions, whatever forms of art, it can take without loss of independence. Such a federal hope, having once come to mankind, can hardly prove a mere vision of the night; for there is nothing higher to supersede it, and yet it can never be exhausted by realisation. Like all formative ideas, it began to work in men's minds long before it was consciously apprehended;

Vol. 200,- No. 399.

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