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For List of Articles see Cover.

SHORT NOTICES:
I. BIBLICAL STUDIES

Erodus. By A. H. M'Neile.--Ecclesiastes. By G. A. Barton.— The Back-
ground of the Gospels. By W. Fairweather.-Short Grammar of the
Greek New Testament. By A. T. Robertson.-Histoire des livres du
Nouveau Testament, III.-IV. Par E. Jacquier.-Epochs in the Life of
Jesus. By A. T. Robertson.-Spirit in the New Testament. By E. W.

Winstanley.
II. METAPHYSICS AND PHILOSOPHY OF RELIGION

The Logic of Will. By H. Wodehouse. The Problem of Theism. By
A. C. Pigou.—What is Religion ? [E.T.). By W. Bousset. --The
Mystical Element of Religion. By Baron Fr. von Hügel. - The Seeming

Unreality of the Spiritual Life. By H. Churchill King.
III. HISTORY AND ANTIQUITIES
The Cambridge Modern History. Vol. V. The Age of Louis XIV.

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Vol. XI. The Growth of NationalitiesThe Age of Revolution (1648-
1815). By W. H. Hutton.-Wells and Glastonbury. By T. Scott
Holmes.--Fonts and Font Covers. By F. Bond.-Towers and Spires. By

E. T. Green.- The Santuario of the Madonna di l'ico. By L. M. Rossi.
IV. Missions

An Apostle of the North (Bishop Bompas). By H. A. Cody. The
Awakening of China. By W. A. P. Martin.-China in Legend and Story.
By C. C. Brown.--Young China. By Archdeacon Moule.- Vorth India.
By C. F. Andrews.The Desire of India. By S. K. Datta.-Australia.
By A. E. David. --South Africa. By Bishop Baynes. -Stewart of Lovedale.

By J. Wells. --The Black Bishop, S. A. Crowther. By J. Page.
V. GENERAL LITERATURE
Pastor Ovium. By J. u. Skrine.- From Montaigne to Molière.

By
A. Tilley.-History of English Prosody. Vol. II. By G. Saintsbury.--
William Shakespeare. By H. C. Beeching.--Shakspeare. By W. Raleigh.

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