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SOME PLANTATION MEMORIES, 331. TREASON, MARLBOROUGH'S UNCONSCIOUS,
by Olive Schreiner, notice of, 476.
by, notice of, 405—' The Land of 869.
the Dollar' by, notice of, 471. Trout-fishing, decline of, in Scotland,
travels of, in Asia Minor, 318—de. 870-necessity of a close-time for, ib.
memorandum of, as to protection of
Victorian era, progress during the, 599
Wayward' by, notice of, 483. Virginia, description of, at the close of
a planter in, 333–William Henry
Jones, farmer in, 336—the plantation
negro of, 338 et seq.-autumn in, 340.
Walton, Izaak, death of, at Winchester,
WIFE, RAB VINCH's, 232.
Winchester, origin of the name, 485–
connection with, 487— William the
--suppression of the monasteries at,
--the Forwarding Prison at, descrip- . modern aspect of, 497 et seq..
G. S. Street, notice of, 483.
borough by, 798 et seq. passim.
Franklin' by, review of, 238 et seq. Woman suffrage, the modern demand
ment for, 344—apathy of women in
1, 4-map of, 2—history of, 3 et seq.- lation, 347 — asserted necessity for,
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