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v. 46, 3267 ; [in France], v. 46, 3267. Davenport's Bastile, 153^. Dixon's
7ohn Howard, 23^. Escott's England and its People [and Prisoners],
ioi7F. Fraser [Prison Labour], v. 78, 6887. Gentleman's Magazine. N.s.
[Government], v. 28, 7487. Good Words [Eastern], v. 2, 21727; [of
Naples], v. 9, 21797 ; [of Paris], v. 15, 21857. Gray's China. 52o-iK.
Griffith's Millbank, 332-30. Hill's Repression of Crime, loisF. Harper
[Reform, Education as a Factor in], v. 12, 16527. Horsley's Jottings,

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PRI GUILLE-ALLES LIBRARY.



I207R. Howard the Philanthropist, 32oF. James' Curiosities of Law,
[Prisons, &c.], io 7 sF. Lansdell's Asia, 8 3 oK ; Russia, 8 2 3K ; Siberia,
4Q6-7K. Living Age [Female Life in], v. 75, siosj. McCulloch's
British Empire, 7i2H. Nature [Prison Broad], v. 19, 2679^ Newgate
Chronicles, 330-10. Nineteenth Century [French Experiences in], v.
19, 222pJ. Oglethorpe [General], 8760. Once a Week [Visit to Con-
vict Prisons of Ireland], v. 5, 226sJ. Penny Magazine [of Scotland], v.
5, 1436; [Dutch], v. 7, 1458. Quarterly [and Penitentiaries], v. 30,
n6oj ; [Female Penitentiaries], v. 83, I2I3J. Smith's Essays, 2970.
Smith's Works, 5890. Sunday Magazine [A Month's Prison Notes,
Inscriptions upon Walls, and why are Prisons Failures], v. 15, 2472^
Temple Bar [of England, Six Years in], v. 24, 1354.7. Temple's India,
486K. Crime, Gaols, Jails, &c.

Pritchard (C.}, F.R.S., Occasional Thoughts of an Astronomer on

Nature and Revelation. 1889 ..................................... I265M

Pritchard (H. Baden), Beauty Spots of the Continent. 1875 ......... J 439R

- See also Fiction Class List following the General Catalogue.

Pritchard (W. T.), F.R.G.S., Polynesian Reminiscences, Life in

the South Pacific Islands .............................................. 767 K

Privateers. See Chambers, v. 8, igaSJ ; [and Privateering], v. 22, I937J ; v. 60,
ig6oj; [What is Privateering?], v. 62, ig62j, &c.

Privilege. See Quarterly [Question of], v. 77, I207J, &c.

Privileges, Customs, &c., of Jersey and Guernsey, by Le Cras ...... i864Z

Privy Council of England. See Escott's England and its People, ioi8F. Lei-
sure Hour, v. 18, 2628J, &c.

Prize Competitions. See Boy's Own Annual, &c.



Essays. See All the Year Round v. 49, i8ogj. Essays, &c.

Fighting. See Pugilism.

Money. See Chambers v. 22, 1937 J.

System in Education. See Chambers, v. 63, ig63j.



Probabilities, an Aid to Faith,

See also Edinburgh Review [La Place on], v. 23, 383J ; v. 92, 452J.

Knowledge [Laws of], v. i and 2, 2581-2^. Quarterly [De Morgan's
Essay on], v. 64, H94J. Sidgwick's Fallacies, 391 R, &c.
Probate, Court of. See Fraser, v. 72, 682J. Leisure Hour, v. 19, 262gJ. Law,

Legislature, &c.
Probyn (}. W.),d., Local Government and Taxation of the United

Kingdom [Cobden Club]. 1882

Proceeding's of the Amsterdam Conference of the Evangelical

Alliance [1867], edited by Steane. 1868 .'

Geneva Conference of the Evangelical Alliance [1861],

edited by G. Carlyle. 1862

London Conference of the Evangelical Alliance [1846]

See_ also under Name of Association or Society, c.

Processions. See Brand's Antiquities [on Candlemas Day], loosM. Dyer's

Customs [Lord Mayor's Day], I036F, &c.

Proclamations. See Brodie's British Empire, 2I2-3H, c.
Procrastination. See Chambers' Journal, v. 59, 1959), &c.
Procter (A. A., Poetess, daughter of B. W. Procter, b. 1835, d. 1864). Ses

Adam's Celebrated Englishwomen, 12820. Stoddard's Late English

Poets, 687M, &c.
Procter (Brian Waller, Poet, b. 1790, d. 1874). See Fortnightly, v. 27,

2ii7j. Griswold's Poets and Poetry of England, 4720. See also

under Pseudonym, Cornwall (Barry).

(and A. L.), Works of. See Harper's Index, i64oja.

Proctor (R. A., Astronomer and Popular Lecturer, b. 1837, d. 1888),
F.R.A.S., Chance and Luck, a discussion of the Laws of
Luck, Coincidences, Wagers, Lotteries, Gambling, &c, 1887

Easy Star Lessons, illustrated. 1882

Familiar Science Studies. 1882

Flowers of the Sky, illustrated

Hereditary Traits. 1882

[618]



PRO ENGLISH SECTION. PRO

Proctor (R. A.), Light Science for Leisure Hours, Familiar Essays
on Scientific Subjects, Natural Phenomena, &c. T88o ......

- Mysteries of Time and Space. 1883 .................................... 448R

- Myths and Marvels of Astronomy. 1880 .............................. 6940

- Orbs Around Us, Familiar Essays on the Moon, Planets,

Meteors, Comets, Sun, and Coloured Pairs of Suns. 1875... 439^-

- Other Worlds than Ours, the Plurality of Worlds, studied

under the Light of Recent Scientific Researches, ill. 1878... 44cR

- Our Place among Infinities, a Series of Essays, contrasting our

Little Abode in Space and Time with the Infinities Around

us, with Essays on Astrology and the Jewish Sabbath .......... 444^-

- Pleasant Ways in Science. 1878 ....................................... 443^-

[Sun Spots, Storm and Famine, Star Grouping, Volcanoes, Towards the
North Pole, The Phonograph, Ozone, Dew, Ancient Babylonian
Astrology.]

- Rough Ways made Smooth, Familiar Essays on Scientific Sub-

jects. i S8o ............................................................... 442R

- Saturn and its System, illustrated. 1865 ............................. 75E*

- The Borderland of Science, Familiar Dissertations on Stars,

Planets, Gambling, Coal, Coincidences, Ghosts, &c .......... 446R

- The Expanse of Heaven, a Series of Essays on the Wonders of

the Firmament ............................................................ 445 R

- Moon, Her Motions, Aspect, Scenery, and Physical Condi-

tion, illustrated. 1878 ................................................ 438R

Seasons Pictured. 1885 ............................................... 3386

- Spectroscope, and its Work [S.P.C.K. Science Manuals], ill. 755Z

- - Sun, Ruler, Fire, Light, and Life of the Planetary System.... 437R

The Universe of Stars, illustrated. 1878 .............. . ............... 7O4D

- and others, Nature Studies. 1882 ....................................... 44?R

- Ed. Knowledge, an Illustrated Magazine of Science, Literature

and Art, vols. i to ir. 1881-88 ................................. 2581-91}

- See also Saturday Review [Familiar Science], v. 53, R.L. Scribner, v. 7,

22677 ; [Tornadoes, by], v. 96, 3I26J ; Lands and Seas of another

World, by], v. 99, 3129.7, &c.
Proctor (W.), Management and Treatment of the Horse in the

Stable, Field, and on the Road, illustrated. 1883 ............ I96R

Prodigies. See All the Year Round [Prodigy-Hunter], v. 6, 1766!. Once a

Week [Old English], v. 5, 22 6 5 J, &c.
Profane and Holy States, by Fuller ........................ .................. 56oM

Profession, Choice of a, by Thomson. 1857 ........................... 204!*.

Professions, Principal, by' Pascoe ..........................................

- See also Blackwood [Outlying], v. 136, 2o6J. Boy's Own Annual [how to

enter them], v. 5, 29557. Chambers, v. 45, I949J. Escott's Eng-
land and its People [Professional England], ioi8F. Penny Magazine
[and Trades of the Metropolis], v. 3, 1416. Education, Army, Navy,
Church, Civil Service, &c.



Profit Sharing between Employer and Employee, by Oilman. 1889 334R.

Profits. See Chambers, v. 38, 1945;. Edinburgh Review [Rise and Fall of], v.
40, 4ooJ. Household Words [of a Holiday], v. 18, 17587. Ricardo's
Political Economy, ioo4F. Smith's -

Walker's Science of Wealth, 1025 F, c.



Progress and Poverty, an Inquiry into the Cause of Industrial De-
pression, and of Increase of Want with Increase of Wealth,
by George. 1882 .................................................... IO23F

of the Nation, by Porter, 3 vols. 1843 .............................. 2I3-5R

- See also Fortnightly [What is, and are we Progressing?], v. 7, 20977. Good
Words [and Poverty, George's], v. 24, 21947. Living Age [Will it
Diminish Joy?], v. 140, 3i7oJ. Lubbock's Pleasures of Life [Hope of],
igoSRa. Maine's Popular Government [National], nooF. Quarterly
[the Age of], v. 159, 12897. Social and Political Economy, &c.

[6l 9 ]



PRO GUILLE-ALLES LIBRARY. PRO

.Projectiles. See Nature [Motion of, Bashforth's], v. 8, 2668J ; [Motion of], v.
29 and 30, 2689-90 J ; [Law of the Resistance of the Air to], v. 33,
2693.1. Once a Week, v. i, 226iJ. Quarterly [Manufacture of], v. 103,

I2 33 J, &C.

Prolixity. See Blackwood, v. 109, 179], &c.

Prologues. See All the Year Round, v. 31, 1791 J. Chambers [and Epilogues],

v. 43, 19487, &c.

Promiscuous Amusement*. See Anspach's Thieves of Homes, 27gR, &c.
Pronunciation. See Penny Magazine [of Hard Words], v. 2, i 4 oB. Atlantic

[Inaccuracies in the United States], v. 53, 1543.!. Contemporary [of

the Latin], v. 17, 2027.7. Language, &c.
Proof. See Sidgwick's Fallacies, 39iR, &c.
- Reader. See Cassell's Family Magazine [A Day in a Proof-Reader's Life],



15, 13657.
See Natur



Propeller. See Nature [Imitating the Action of the Pipe-Fish], v. 11,2671!;
[Water-Jet], v. 26, 2 686J. Steam Ships, &c.

Properties (S. A., Roman Elegiac Poet,b. 51 B.C., d. 16 A.D.), by

Davies [Collin's Ancient Classics] ........... . .................... n6iQ

- See also Peter's Poetry of Greece and Rome, 4740.

Property, Peasant Properties and other Essays, by Lady Verney. 2004- 5 R

- - See also^ Alison's Europe, 119-260. Amos' Science of Law, 356R. Bee-
ton's Everybody's Lawyer, 324!^.. Blackwood [Law of], v. 83, i$3j ;
[Rights of, Joseph Chamberlain on], v. 137, 2oyJ, Contemporary
[Personal Debt and Interest], v. 37, 2047], Fortnightly [and Taxa-
tion], v. 19, 2I09J. Levi's International Law, sggR. Maine's Early
Law and Custom], io82F. Peto's Taxation [and Income Tax], ioi6F.
Pike's Crime in England, 307-8H. Saturday Review [Unearned Incre-
ment of], v. 56, R.L. Temple's India, a86K. Mackay's English
Poor, 3 37 R. Land, Capital, &c.

Prophecies, Analysis of Prophecy, by Hales, 4 vols. 1830 ......... 230-3!!

- Dissertation on the, by Faber, 2 vols. 1814 ........................ 532-3A

- - Dissertations on the, by Newton, 2 vols ............... 534'5-A- ar >d I25-6K

- Evidence of the Truth of the Christian Religion, by Keith. 1848 4^A

- Evidences of, from a work by Keith .................................... I684Z

- Relating to Antichrist in Daniel and St. Paul, by Todd ... 529 and 537 A

- Unfulfilled, which are yet to have their Accomplishment, by

Fry. 1835 ............................................................... 53 lA

Prophet of Fire, Life of Elijah, by Macduff. 1864 ..................... 398!!

Prophetic and other Subjects, Plain papers, by Trotter ............... 5o6M

Prophets, Improved Version and Explanation of the Twelve Minor

Prophets, by Newcome. 1836 ....................................... 258K

- Lectures on the Minor Prophets, by Kelly. 1871 .................. 356M

- of Christendom, by Carpenter. 1884 ................................. 935O

- Israel and their Place in History, by Smith. 1882 .............. 466M

- - and Prophecies. See also Blackwood [for the Present], v. 64, T34J ;

[German Popular], v. 67, I37J. Ewald's Israel, 64K. Fraser [Modern],
v. 96, 7o6J. Good Words [of the Old Testament], v. 6, 2176} ; [Scrip-
ture Interpretation, Jewish], v. 15, 2i8sJ. Inman's Faiths, g6K.
Mackay's Delusions, go^M. Macmillan [Uninspired], v. 2, 932 J.

guarterly [Scripture, Keith on], v. 53, uSsJ. Quiver [False, in the
ast], v, 29, 3299J. Smith's Jewish Church, 467M. Sunday at Home

[and Fulfilments], v. 24, 2874]. Sunday Magazine [The Minor

Prophets], v. 3, 2453J. Timbs' Works [Prophesying Almanac], 8s6Z.

See also under names, e.g., Elijah, Josiah, Samuel, &c.
Proposals of Marriage, How Men Propose, by Stevens. 1890 ...... 2OI4R

Propositions. See Sidgwick's Fallacies, 39iR, c.

Prose Idylls, New and Old ............................................ . ......... 993R

Prose. See also Good Words [Composition], v. 6, 2I76J. Legouve's Art of

Reading, I073R. Posnett's Literature, 394R, &c.
Prosecutions for Religious Opinions, by Duncan. 1825 ............

Prosecutions. See Chambers, v. 46, ig49j. Crime, Law, &c.

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PRO ENGLISH SECTION. PRO

Prosperity, Danger of, &c., by Bates. 1825 I2;M

or Pauperism ? Physical, Industrial, and Technical Training, by

the Earl of Meath. 1888

Prosser (Mrs). See Fiction Class List following the General Catalogue.

Protection. See Blackwood [and Free Trade], v. 54, R.L. ; [Meeting on, in
London], v. 67, 137.! . Capital and Labour, insF. Fortnightly [in
Young Communities], v. 37, 2127]. Fraser [England under, and Free
Trade], v. 104, 7147 ; [Failure of, in U.S.], v. 104, 714.7. Macmillan
[and United States Industries], v. 45, 97$J. Walker's Science of
Wealth, loasF. Buckle's Civilization, 1870, c.

Protector, The [Oliver Cromwell], a Vindication, by Merle

D'Aubigne. 1847 I4O4H

See also Cromwell (O.).

PROTESTANTS AND PROTESTANTISM Works re-
lating 1 to : (See also Church and Ecclesiastical History,
Religion, Reformation, Names of Reformers, e.g., Calvin,
Luther, Wydijfe, &><:., and Sects, Quakers, Wesley ans, &<;.)

Protestant Church of France, by Lorimer. 1841 26iT

Doctrine of the Sacraments, Harmony of the, by Tomlinson 29oK

Refugees, French, by Weiss. 1854 3I4A

Protestantism, &c.,by DeQuincey. 1863 652!*.

History of, by Wylie, 3 vols , 78-8oA

in France [R.T.S.] niZ

Protestants' Armoury, a Refutation of Roman Catholicism ... 444M

from France in 'their English Home, by Kershaw. 1885 ... 546 M

of France, History of the, by Felice, 2 vols. 1853 288 M

See also Blackwood [French Refugees], v. 74, I44J. Buckle's Civili-
zation, 186-70. Cornhill [and St. Paul], v. 20, sooj. Edinburgh
Review [in Germany], v. 54, 414.!. Epochs of Church History, 256'!'.

Fraser [in France, State and Prospects of, 1838], v. 18, 628J ; [Con-
dition and Prospects of], v. 77, 687J ; [Developments of], v. 78, 688J ;
[Restoration in France in Eighteenth Century], v. 88, 6g8J ; [Liberal],
v. 90, 7ooJ. Froude's England, 192-2030. Good Words [in
France], v. i, 2171). Inman's Ancient Faiths [Clergy], 9sK. Mac-
millan [Social Aspects of, in Germany], v. 16, 946}. Nicolini's
Jesuits, 3670. Quiver [in Rome], v. 21. 32giJ. Saturday Review
[John Fiske on], v. 53, R.L. Scribner's Monthly [Liberty of j, v. 6,
i856J. Sunday at Home [in Florence], v. IT, 2861 J. Sunday
Magazine [of France, and the Roman Question], v. 4, 2454^. Temple
Bar [Opposition to, in Spain], v. 26, I356J. Wilson's Dissenters,
i88K, &c.

Proteus, or Unity in Nature, by Radcliffe 76oF

Protoplasm. See Gentleman's Magazine, v. 23, 743J. Nature [at the Anti-
podes], v. i, 266iJ ; [Continuity of, in Plant Tissue], v. 31, 2691],
Proudhon (P. J., French Socialist, b. 1809, d. 1865). See Fraser, v. 85, 695}.

Prout (E.), Life of J. Williams, Missionary to Polynesia. 1843 579 F

PfOUt (Father, Francis Mahony, Irish Jesuit and Journalist, b. 1805, d. 1866).
See Dana's Household Book of Poetry, 4760. Fraser [Prout Papers],
v. 9, 6i9J, &c.

Prout (W., Chemist and Meteorologist, b. 1786, d. 1850), F.R.S.,
Chemistry and Digestion in reference to Natural Theology

[Bridgewater Treatise, v. 8]. 1834 7ooQ

Meteorology and the Function of Digestion, with reference to

Natural Theology. 1845 72iD

Language, Handbook to, by Craig. 1863 I2O3R

Provence. See Argosy [Life in], v. 32, 32j ; [Fair of Cuers], v. 34, 34J. Cham-
bers [Holiday in], v. 51, I952J. Cornhill [Old Towns in], v. 18, 2g8j ;
[Folk Songs of], v. 47, 3 2 7 J.

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PRO GUILLE-ALLES LIBRARY. PSA

Provence (Comtesse de). See 7ackson's French Court, 3340. Longfellow's
Poets and Poetry of Europe, 473D, c.

Proverb and Parable, World of, by Paxton Hood. 1885 I35D

Proverbial Philosophy, by Tupper 4840 and 868-gR

Proverbs and Emblems, Eastern, by Long IOI3R

their Lessons, by Trench. 1879 H2oR

Book of, an Exposition, by Bridges. 1865 " I32A

English and French, by Belcour. 1888 I23QR

for the People, or illustrations of Practical Godliness, by Magoon. 242R

from Far and Near, edited by Tegg. 1875 I2 55^

. Handbook of, and Index, collected by Bohn. 1857 10651%.

Polyglot of Foreign and English Translations, by Bohn. 1857..

The Salt Cellars, being a collection of Proverbs by C. H.

Spurgeon, 2 vols. 1889 2oo6R

See also All the Year Round [West Country], v. 59, 18197. Arnot's Laws

from Heaven [Book of Proverbs], 4K. Chambers [Gaelic], v. 59,
19597 ', [French and English], v. 63, 19637. Leisure Hour, v. 6, 26167 5
[Questionable], v. 18, 26287 > [Eastern], v. 32, 26427. Plait's Business,
23sR. Quiver [Two-edged], v. 17, 32877. Scribner's Monthly
[Turkish], v. 6, 18567. Titcomb's Gold Foil, insR. Wright's
England in Middle Ages, 780. Notes and Queries [and Phrases]
seventh series, v. 7, 10997. Time, v. 8, 14987. Quotations, &c.

Providence, Interposition of, Anecdotes [R.T.S.]. 1845 II28Z

. See also Good Words [Meditations on], v. 4, 21747. Seneca's Dialogues,

Provincial Dialects of England. See Chambers, v. 30, 19417. Language, c.

Life under the Roman Republic. See Quarterly Review, v. 167, 12977.

Provisions. See Edinburgh Review [Adulterated], v. 33, 3937- Food, &c.
Prudence. See Compayr^'s Pedagogy. 2g6R. Smith's Moral Sentiments,

5 88H, &c.
PrudentlUS (C. A., Christian Latin Poet, b. 348, d. after 404). See Dana's

Household Book of Poetry, 4760.

Pruning. See Breuil's Fruit Trees, I78R. Gardening, Horticulture, &c.
Prussia, Recollections of, during Thirty-Three Years' Residence,

translated by Wraxall. 1855 I3OOR

Prussia. See Alison's Europe, 120-460. Bellow's Europe [Life in], I398R. Cas-
sell's Franco-German War, 456-76. Contemporary [and France], v.
16, 20267 ; [Rural Administration in], v. 48, 20587. Cornhill [Agri-
cultural Life in], v. 14, 2947 ; [Soldiers' Notes on Army of], v. 18,
2987. Edinburgh [Military Growth of], v. 124, 4847. Fraser [Court
and Aristocracy of], v. 48, 6587 ; [and Germany], v. 83, 6937 ; [Reports
on Army of], v. 84, 6947. Laing's Notes of a Traveller, I262R.
Leisure Hour [Kings of], v. n, 26217. Maunder' s Treasury of His-
tory, 18562. Quarterly [in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Cen-
turies], v. 86, 12167. Saturday Review [Incomes in 1882], v. 54, R.L. ;
[Political Parties, 1803], v. 56, R.L. Germany, &c.

Prussia (Frederick William, King ot). See Martin's Life of the Prince Consort,
Q2-6F. Memoirs of Ernest II., 674^'. See also under Names of
various Kings of Prussia which appear in the Catalogue, &*c.
Prussian Blue. See Ure's Dictionaiy of Arts and Manufactures, 8D.
Prussic Acid. See Living Age [as a Poison], v. 5, 30357.
Pryce (A. H.), LL.D. See Ante-Nicene Library.
Pryde (D.), M.A., Highways of Literature, or What to Read and

Plow to Read io66R

Pryde (J.), F.E.I. S., Euclid's Elements of Plane Geometry. 1860. 7i8Q
Prynne (William, Lawyer, b. 1600, d. 1669). See Gardiner's History of England,

466-90. Living Age [and Mont Orgueil Castle, 7ersey], v. 45, 30757.
Pryor (Mary), A Life"Story of a Hundred Years Ago, by Hack. 1887 13460
PSALMS, Book of, Questions for Bible Classes, by Jones. 1863 ... 172(3

Commentary on the, by Home 547 A and 131 -2M

by Hengstenberg, translated by Fairbairn and Thomson

[Clark's Foreign Theological Library], 3 vols. 1846-8 II9-2IA

Conant. 1872 6oA

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PSA ENGLISH SECTION. PUD

Psalms, Exposition of Psalm CXIX., by Bridges. 1830 I2OM

CXXX., by Owen. 1826 I44M

The, by Moll, translated from the German, by Briggs, &c.

[Lange's Commentary]. 1872 6oA

See also Ewald's Israel, 64-5^ Gray's Biblical Museum, 82M. Quarterly

[Psalmody], v. 3, 11337. Sunday at Home, v. 3, 28537 '> v - I 5, 28657.

Dawson's Origin of the World, s64R.
Pseudonyms. See Cushing's Initials and Pseudonyms, R.L. Chambers [in

Literature], v. 55, 19557. Harper's Index, i64o7a. Once a Week, v.

24, 22847. Clegg's Booksellers, R.L. Hazell's Almanack, R.L.

Halkett and Laing's Anonymous Literature, R.L., &c.
Psychology, Power of the Soul over the Body in Health and

Morals, by Moore. 1845

See also Bain's Education as a Science, 364R. Blackwood, y. 77, 1477-

Compayr^'s Pedagogy, 2g6R. Ecott's England and its People,
ioi8F. Fairbairn's Philosophy, 308 M. Fortnightly Review [Experi-
mental], v. 45, 21357. Harper's Index, i64o7a. Kant's Reason,
666T. Knowledge [Society for Psychical Research], v. 6,
25867. Lewes' Philosophy, 57I-2H. Lindsay's Mind in the Lower
Animals, 7ii-2F. Nature [in England], v. 2, 26627. Occult Sciences
[Psychological Experiences], igssR. Ribot's Diseases of Memory,
373R. Saturday Review [Psychical Research], v. 62, R.L. Scribner
[New Study of Psychic Force], v. 2, 18627. Sully' s Illusions, 369}*..
Collin's Synthetic Philosophy [Principles of], 587^ &c.

Ptarmigan. See Nares' Polar Sea, 672-3^ Watson's Sylvan Folk, 2ii2R.
Birds, &c.

Ptolemies (Kings of Egypt). See Humboldt's Cosmos, 484R. 7 ose P nus > 67-SH.
Egypt, &c.

Public Affairs for 1831 [Lardner's Cabinet Cyclopaedia] 6-7O

See also Mackay's Recollections, I026-7H.

Public Buildings in America. See Century, v. 5, 18777, &c.

London. See Nineteenth Century Magazine, v. 24, 22347. London,
Buildings, &c.

Public Duty. See Good Words, v. 25, 21957. Duty, &c.

Public Expenditure. See Chambers [Curiosities of], v. 39, 19467, &c.

Public Good, &c., edited by Edwards, 2 vols io6;-8R

Public Houses. .SV^Escott's England and its People, ioi7F. Fortnightly [Muni-
cipal], v. 27, 21177, c.

Public Lands, our Policy concerning. See Harper, v. 71, 16517. Land, &c.

Public Libraries. See Whale's London [Forms of Requisition, Commissioners,
&c.], 327R. Greenwood (T.). Libraries, Public, &c.

Public Men. See Forney's Anecdotes, 948R. Biography, Authors, States-
men, &c.

Public Offices. See Nineteenth Century Magazine, v. 24, 22347, & c -

Public Opinion. See All the Year Round [What is], v. 40, 1800). Cornhill [and
the Press], v. 21, 3017. Fortnightly [and its Leaders], v. 34, 21247.
Nineteenth Century [Manufacture of], v. 13, 22237, ^ c -

Public Records. See Coles' Public Life, igsF, &c.

Public Schools. Suggested Reforms by Cotlerill. 1885 2OiR

Public Schools. See Chambers [and Universities], v. 45, 19497. Escott's England
and its People, ioi7-8F. Fraser [in England], v. 50, 66oJ ; [Education
in], v. 77, 6877. Quarterly, v. 116, 12467. Saturday Review [and
Public Men], v. 6r, R.L. Colleges, Schools, Universities, &c.

Public Speaking. See Nineteenth Century [Art of], v. 15, 22257. Quarterly, v.
103, 12337. Oratory, Speaking, &c.

Public Works. See Fraser [Functions in Government regarding], v. 97, 7077.

Public Worship. See Fraser [Regulation Act], v. 105, 7157. Worship, &c.

Public. See also in connection with this word any subject required.

Publicans of Scripture. See Sunday at Home, v. 4, 28547, & c -

Publicola (Roman Consul, 509. d. 503 B.C.). See Plutarch's Lives, 445F and
ii^oQ &c.

Publishers. Sec Fraser [and Authors], v. 38, 6487. Leisure Hour [and Literary
Men, My Experiences among], v. 21, 26317. Macmillan (D. .', 8130.
Curwen's Booksellers, 5200, &c.

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