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RANDY AND HER FRIENDS:
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A simple and prettily illustrated
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school and in a country village. It is
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ing Davis. Scribner, I1.50.

Five brilliant stories : an army post
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of journalism ; a series of surprises, and
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One more unfortunate needy French
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and a wedding in this book. His
patron is Richelieu, in the disguise of
Mazarin, but the story is quite up to
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poem, << Rock me to sleep, mother," is
the only one that does not appear in
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WAY OF ESCAPE : Margaret C. Todd.
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prayer.



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THEOLOGY.

TRACTATire DK Deo Uno. Pars I — De Pertinentibus ad Divinam Essentiam.
fi Quaest. i — xiii. ) Auctore Alexio Maria L^picier, Ord. Serv. B. M. D. V., in
Coll. Urbano de Propaganda Fide Theol. Professore. Institutiones Theologiae Dog-
maticae ad Textum S. Thomae concinnatae. Parisiis : Sumptibus et typis P. Lethiel-
Icux. Pp. xl — 566. Pretium, 8 francs.

Forty-five Sermons, written to meet Objections of the Present Day. By the
Rev. James McKeman, of the Diocese of Trenton, N. J. New York and Cincin-
nati: Fr. Pustet& Co. 1902. Pp. 291. Price, |i.oo net.



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A New Catechism of ChristUtn Doctrine and Practice. By the Right Rev. James
Bellord, D.D., Titular Bishop of Mile vis. Sold for the Benefit of the Servants of
the Holy Ghost, San Antonio, Texas. (First American Edition, Authorized.) Notre
Dame, Ind. : The Ave Maria. 1902. Pp. 11$. Price, 5o. 10.

Discourses: Doctrinal and Moral. By the Most. Rev. Dr. MacEvilly,
Archbishop of Tuam. Dublin ; M. H. Gill and Son ; New York : Benziger Broth-
ers. 1902. Pp. 382. Price, $2.00 net.

PHILOSOPHY.

Contribution Philosophique A l* fouDE des Sciences. Par le Chanoine
Jules Didiot, des Facult6s Catholiques de Lille. Avcc Permission de I'Autorit^
Eccl^iastique. Lille : Descl6e. 1902. Pp. xiv — 304.

HiSTOiRE DE LA Philosophie. IV. Bibliothdque du Congr^s International
de Philosophie. Paris : Librairie Armand Colin. 1902. jPp. 529. Prix, 12 fr. 50.

Reugion, Agnosticism and Education. By J. L. Spalding, Bishop of
Peoria. Chicago : A. C. McClurg & Co. 1902. Pp. 285. Price, ^.80 net.

The Workman. A few words of advice addressed to the Workman and to
those interested in his welfare, by Charles Beyaert. Translated from the French by
the Rev. P. Grobel. Bruges : Charles Beyaert, rue Notre- Dame ; Beilziger Brothers.
1902. Pp. 134. Price, $0.25.

ASCETICA.

St. Dominic and the Rosary. By Wilfrid Lescher, O.P. London : R. & T.
Washboume ; New York : Benziger Brothers. 1902. I^. 137. Price, io.45 net.

Oremus pro Pontifice Nostro Leone. By J. Singenberger, Knight of St.
Gregory the Great, President of the American St. Caedlia Society, Professor of Music
at the Teachers* Seminary in St Francis, Wis. A, for Soprano, Alto, Tenor and
Basso, with Organ Accompaniment, 20 cents ; B, for Two Sopranos, Alto and Organ,
25 cents ; C, for four Male Voices, with Organ Accompaniment, 25 cents.

Carmina Mariana. Second Series. An English Anthology in Verse in
honor of and in relation to the Blessed Virgin Mary. Collected and arranged by
Orby Shipley, M.A., Editor of "Annus Sanctus : Hymns of the Church for the
Ecclesiastical Year. ** Second edition. London and New York : sold for the Editor
by Bums & Gates, Ltd. 1902. Pp. liv— 528.

En Route Pour Sion, ou La Grande Espirance d' Israel et de Toute T Humanity.
Traduit de PAllemand par Ernest Rohmer, Missionaire Apostolique et Terre-Sainte.
Seule Edition frauQaise autoris^e. Paris : P. Lethielleux. 1902. Pp. xix — 334.
Prix, 5 francs.

Instructions on Preaching, Catechising, and Clerical Life. Trans-
lated by the Rev. Patrick Boyle, CM. New York, Cincinnati, Chicago : Benziger
Brothers ; London : Art and Book Co. ; Dublin : M. H. Gill & Son. 1902. Pp.
xvi — 221. Price, ^.85 net.

Lbs Fetes Mariales de 1904. R^exions et projets. Ren6-Marie de la
Broise et Alan du Bec-Boussay. Extrait des 6tudes, 20 Mai et 5 Juin 1902. Paris :
Victor Retaux. 1902. Pp. 31.

Devotion of the Three Hours* Agony, in honor of our Lord Jesus Christ
on the Cross. Translated ^m the Spanish by the Rev. R. F. Alfonsa Mesia, S.J.
Dublin : James Duffy & Co. 1902. Pp. 35.

HISTORY.

The History of the Great Irish Famine of 1847, with Notices of earlier
Irish Fammes. By the Rev. John O'Rourke, P.P., M.R.LA.. Third edition.
Dublin : James Duffy & Co. 1902. Pp. xxiv — 559.

Lettres iNtDiTES DE Ch. DE MoNTALEMBERT. Accompagu^es de Notes Ex-
plicatives. Par M. Tabbi G. Perils. Pkris: Librairie Lamulle et Poisson. 1902.
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