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ton for five guineas, said that Learning's praise will live as he did not think “all Drayton long as Learning is respected." ever wrote worth five guineas." But much as Bullen likes Daniel, Nor, as Bullen admits, is he to it is Dekker who is nearest to the taste of to-day. If he is his mind and heart. And this known at all, it is by his ballad preference is easily intelligible. of Agincourt and by his famous Dekker was a true Elizabethan, sonnet: “Since ther's no helpe, who could turn his hand to come let us kiss and part." anything. Prose or poetry, “The reason may be," says dramas or satires, were all Bullen, “that the world grows within his compass, and he older and life more sombre; fought for a living with his the gospel of Science is spread- pen as a soldier of fortune ing, the revels of Oberon have fights with his sword. long been broken up, and not were unfortunate, he could bear the Sicily of Theocritus is his sufferings like a man, and, more remote from us than the as Bullen says, "by no poet London of Shakespeare." Yet and no divine has the worth Bullen was Drayton's faithful of patience been so touchingly follower to the end ; he at least described as in this thriceheld his memory dear, and has noble utterance of Dekker: amply repaid the debt he owes him by a delicate appreciation. 'Patience, my lord: why, 'tis the soul

Bullen, indeed, had a deft of all the virtues 'tis nearest kin to hand at the lapidary style. heaven, He knew how to explain, in a It makes men look like gods. The best

of men few lines, the virtues of the That e'er wore earth about him was a poets whom he chose for his

sufferer, own and criticised. Admirable A soft, meek, patient, humble, tranis his summing up of the qual. The first true gentleman that ever

quil spirit, ities which make Samuel Daniel

breathed.'» memorable. “Few men," said Bullen, “ever cultivated litera- Thus Bullen, with a well-balture with the frank whole- anced judgment, defines the hearted devotion of Samuel qualities and the limitations Daniel-literature for its own of Dekker. He is not blind sake, and not for what it may to his faults, and he would bring of advantage or reward. not have him other than he He was impressed by the dig. was. With the sympathy which nity of his high calling; he comes of understanding, he knew that a perfect poem out- has composed the best porlives the downfall of dynasties, trait of him that we know. and he longed to be numbered But in portraiture, as in critiwith those who have spoken cism, Bullen never fails us, things worthy of Apollo. His and wherever you turn in his 'Civil Wars' and his Senecan book you will find either a tragedies may be forgotten, luminous judgment or a piece but his eloquent poems in of genuine discovery.

INDEX TO VOL. CCXV.

TIDA

AIR OF SOME GRAVITY, AN, 758. • Fox, The Journal of the Hon. Henry
AGEDDON HUNT, THE (THE STORY Edward,' notice of, 583-a famous
THE VALK OF ACRE AND PLAIN OF prig, 585-his contempt for men of
CARON FOXHOUNDS), 18.

letters, 586—his worship of Napoleon,
uith, Mr, as wrecker, 291--where 589.
is leading the Liberal Party, 293. Franchise folly of 1917-18, the, 283
TUMN SHOOTING," 75.

et seq.-its immediate result: acces-

sion of Mr Ramsay MacDonald and
win, Mr, our obligation to, 132. his friends to office, 286.
és, Maurice, death of, 149 et seq. French Elections, the, 882.
LAN, Major ARDERN, D.S.O.: A FROM THE OUTPOSTS :-
RMON IN THE ABBEY, 869.

THE JUJU Rock, 266.
(D, J. 0. P. :-

THE KHAN'S TREASURE, 105.
THE SIGN OF THE LAUGHING GODS, FROM Two POINTS OF VIEW : Part I.-
347.

His Friend's Wife, Chaps. I.-IX.,
EMORIES OF M'QUIGG, 1, 230, 295. 369. Part II.-His Friend's Cousin,
LEY, SHELLAND: AN EPISODE IN Chaps. I.-VI., 468 ; Chaps. VII.-
ZSPOT, 496.

XIV., 660.

FULANAIN : THE HARVEST OF ABU
E ARMAGEDDON HUNT (THE STORY SABA', 342.
»F THE VALE OF ACRE AND PLAIN
OF SHARON FOXHOUNDS), 18.

GANDY, G. H.: "AUTUMN SHOOT-
PER CENT DOG, 244.

ING," 75.
N'S BIOGRAPHER, 574.

General Election a gamble, 130—the
LER, EDMUND: A CASTLE IN GINGER-BEER STANDARD, THE, 53, 210,

part the Press played, 133.

323.
AINS, Two GREAT: JENGHIZ KHAN GOLDRING, DOUGLAS : IBIZA, 797.
D SUBUTAI, 644.

GORDON, JAN :-
LE IN SPAIN, A, 96.

MR BROWN'S GUITAR, 626.
chill, Mr, rats a second time, 879.

"TUK-TUK," 114.
TON, A. C. : THE MILLIONS OF

GRAHAM, HELEN : THE HIGHBROWS,
NSIEUR LE COLONEL, 255.

533.
ODILES, 542

GWYNN, STEPHEN :-

A DUFFER'S LOCK WITH SPINNING
cracy, 432—a fragile and transi.

TACKLE, 489.
y system, 435.

IN WESTERN FRANCE, 308.
100 PER CENT: I. A Dog's Life, MONTREUIL-SUR-MER, 841.
; II. Joy of Battle, 246 ; III.
5 and Graces, 250 ; IV. Honoured HANNAY, DAVID : Tux TAKING OF
e, 254.
ER'S LUCK WITH SPINNING TACKLE, HARVEST OF ABU SABA', THE, 342.

ORMUZ, 554.
189.

HIGHBROWS, THE, 533.
YOUTH AND THE, I.-V., 445-
-XII., 595-XII.-XVII., 772. IBIZA, 797.
bethans,' the late Mr A. H. IN THE "SĀL,” 830.
len's, notice of, 885.
DE IN MESPOT, AN, 496.

JAMIESON, ISOBEL: THE GINGER-BEER

STANDARD, 53, 210, 323.
R, A: THE KHAN'S TREASURE, “JORROCKS," THE AUTHOR OF, 857.

JUJU ROCK, Thr, 266.

AIN, 96.

OF
THE

KHAN'S TREASURE, THE, 105.

POWELL, T. A. : MIDSHIPMEN RAN
KORAVITCH, THE ADVENTURES PANT, 687.

CAPTAIN IVAN (LATE OF
IMPERIAL RUSSIAN ARMY): I. How RENAN, THE LETTERS OF ERNEST AND
the Captain acted as a Judge, 812– HENRIETTE (1846-1850), 186.
II. How the Captain robbed the ROADS OF THE NORTH-WEST FRONTIER,
Bank at Jaronok, 820.

THE, 743.
LA BELLE DAME SANS MERCI, 721. "SAL," IN THE, 830.
Labour and Liberalism a natural Coa- SCHOONER AND THE SOVIET, TAB, 143.
lition, 131.

SCOTT - MONCRIEFF, Major-General Sir
"LAKE CHAD”: The JoJo Rock, 266. GEORGE K., K.C.B., K.C.M.G.,
LAST OUNCE, THE, 91.

C.I.E.:
LAUGHING GODS, AT THE SIGN OF THE, AN “OLD TERM" AT WOOLWICH,
847.

356.
LETTERS OF ERNEST AND HENRIETTE THE ROADS OF THE NORTH-WEST
RENAN, THE (1846-1850), 186.

FRONTIER, 743
Liberal Party dead or dying, 877—their 'Scrap Book,' notice of Professor
pact with Labour, 878.

Saintsbury's second, 135 et seq.
LOG OF THE “COTTY SARK," THE, 693. SERMON IN THE ABBEY, A, 869.
'Lost Dominion, The,' 736-Al. Car- SHELLEY, 510.

thill's indictment of our Eastern SIMPSON, T, B.: AN AFFAIR OF SOME
policy, 737 et seq.

GRAVITY, 758.
Sincerity

in politics, Mr Baldwin on the
M., A. : LA BELLE DAME SANS MERCI, need of, 437—the duty of the Con-
721.

servative, 439.
MacDonald, Mr Ramsay, Prime Minis- Singapore Base, Government attitude

ter, only a caretaker, 287-his policy, towards the, 731-the sane and in.
441-his two faces, 443.

sane method of policy, 733—the fate
MEMORIES OF M'QUIGG :-

of Holland, 735.
A COUP THAT FAILED, 1.

Socialist commonwealth, Mr and Mrs
AT THE SHRINE OF THE AZURE Webb's sketch of a, 289 et seq.
CLOUD, 230.

Socialist Government, unreality of, 591
OF GOLF AND OTHER GRAVE MATTERS, -a positive rernedy for unemploy.
295.

ment, 593
MIDSHIPMEN RAMPANT, 687.

Socialists debauching the working
MILLIONS OF MONSIEUR LE COLONEL, classes, 729 — high wages and short
THE, 255.

hours, 730.
MONTREUIL-SUR-MER, 841.

SOVIET, THE SCHOONER AND THE, 143.
MR Brown's GUITAR, 626.

ST CHRISTOPHER, SIR THOMAS WARNER
MURE, B. G. : Two ON THE THAMES,
408.

STRAHAN, J. A. : BYRON'S BIOGRAPHER,
Musings WITHOUT METHOD : January, 574.

130 — February, 283 - March, 432—
April, 583-May, 729-June, 877. TAKING OF ORMUZ, THE, 554.

Tariff Reform not a lost cause, 133.
Nobel Peace Prize, the notorious E. D. Two GREAT CAPTAINS : JENGRIZ KBAN
Morel recommended for the, 436. AND SUBUTAI, 644.

Two ON THE THAMES, 408.
“OLD TERM” AT WOOLWICH, AN, 356. “Tuk-Tuk," 114.
O'NEILL, MOIRA :-
PIERRE LOTI'S DIARY, 415.

WARNER, SIR THOMAS, AND ST CHRIS-
SHELLEY, 510.

TOPHER, 36.
THE AUTHOR OF “JORROCKS," 857. WESTERN FRANCE, IN, 308.
THE LETTERS OF ERNEST AND HENRI- WHITECHURCH, VICTOR L.: THE AD-
ETTE RENAN (1846-1850), 186.

VENTURES OF CAPTAIN Ivan KORA-
THE LOG OF THE “COTTY SARK," VITCH (LATE OF THE IMPERIAL Rus-
693.

SIAN ARMY), 812.

WILLIAMSON, JAMES A. : SIR THOMAS
PERISCOPE : The Last OUNCE, 91. WARNER AND ST CHRISTOPHER, 36.
PIERRE Loti's DIARY, 415.
PITMAN, Captain C. R. S.: Croco- YOUTH AND THE EASŤ, I.-V., 445–
DILES, 542.

VI.-XII., 595-XIII.-XVII., 772

AND, 36.

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