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LETTER FROM MR. RUSKIN.
THE Compiler of this Bibliography has had the honour to re-
ceive, in acknowledgment of a copy which he sent to Brant-
wood, the following letter from Mr. RUSKIN :
" BRANTWOOD, CONISTOK, LANCASHIRE,
30th Sept., '78.
MY DEAR SIR,
So far from being distasteful to me, your perfect reck-
oning up of me not only natters my vanity extremely, but will
be in the highest degree useful to myself. But you know so
much more about me than I now remember about anything,
that I can't find a single thing to correct or add glancing
through at least.
I will not say you have wasted your time ; but I may at
least regret the quantity of trouble the book must have given
you, and am, therefore, somewhat ashamedly, but very grate-
(Signed) J. RUSKIN.
A BIBLIOGRAPHICAL LIST
ARRANGED IN CHRONOLOGICAL ORDER
PUBLISHED WRITINGS IN PROSE AND VERSE
JOHN RUSKIN M.A.
FROM 1834 TO THE PRESENT TIME
JOHN WILEY AND SONS
HENRY BACKHOUSE ESQ.
WHO FIRST SUGGESTED TO THE COMPILER
THE IDEA OP THIS LITTLE BIBLIOGRAPHY
IT IS NOW
GRATEFULLY AND AFFECTIONATELY
SIMPLE and easy as a List like the present may seem when
finished and in the reader's hands, the materials for its compila-
tion have taken many years to collect, and much anxious labour
has been spent on its preparation and arrangement. No entry
has in any case been made at second-hand ; but always with
the actual book, pamphlet, magazine, or journal described
lying before the compiler. The order adopted is mainly chro-
It is hardly to be hoped or expected that in the earliest
draught of so extensive an undertaking no single lacuna will
occur ; and, indeed, the Editor has little doubt that several
letters to the public journals not enumerated here will yield
themselves to more fortunate or more persistent research.
In the meantime he begs to tender his best thanks to those
kind friends and correspondents who have furnished him with
many valuable additional items which have served to make the
Bibliography if not complete or exhaustive, a far nearer ap-
proach to completeness than it could otherwise have been.
Among these he would more especially name Robert Somer-
vell, Esq., of Hazelthwaite, Windermere ; Peter Bayne, Esq.;
Henry T. Wharton, Esq. ; Charles Welford, Esq. ; J. II. Cham-
berlain, Esq., of Birmingham ; Charles W. Button, Esq., of
the Manchester Public Free Libraries ; Fred. W. Foster, Esq.,
of Chelsea ; T. G. Ashton, Esq. ; Mr. George Allen, of Orping-
ton (Mr. Buskin's publisher) ; and last but not least the dear
and gifted friend to whom the brochure is inscribed.
RICHARD HERNE SHEPHERD.
5, HEREFORD SQUARE, S. W.,
BIBLIOGRAPHY OF BUSKIN,
Tlie Magazine of Natural History, conducted by J. C. Lou-
don. Vol. vii. 1834.
Sept. 1834 (No. 41), pp. 438-439. Enquiries on the
Causes of the Colour of the Water of the Rhine, signed
J. R., and dated "March, 1834."
Dec. 1834 (No. 44), pp. 644-645. Facts and Considera-
tions on the Strata of Mont Blanc ; and on some
instances of Twisted Strata observable in Switzerland,
by J. R., dated "March, 1834." (With three draw-
ings by the author).
" Mr. Loudon was the first literary patron who sent words of mine to be
actually set up in print, in his Magazine of Natural History, when I was
sixteen." Instructions in the Use of Rudimentary Series, Oxford, p. 35.
Poems in Friendship's Offering :
Fragments from a Metrical Journal (Andernacht, St.
Goar, dated 1833).
" My first verse-writing in Friendship's Offering at fifteen." Universi-
ty Magazine, April, 1878. My First Editor.
The Magazine of Natural History, and Journal of Zoology,
Botany, Mineralogy, Geology and Meteorology, conducted by
J. 0. London.
Vol. ix. 1836. In List of Contributors "Ruskiii, J.,
Sept. 1836 (No. 65), pp. 488-4'90. Short paper on the
Cathedral of Basle, &c., signed " J. R., Herne Hill,
July 25, 1836."
Oct. 1836 (No. 66), pp. 533-536. Observations on the
causes which occasion the variation of Temperature
between Spring and River Water, by J. R., dated
" Herne Hill, Sept, 2, 1836."
Poems, &c., in Friendship's Offering (continued) :
1836. The Months.
1837. The Last Smile.
Leoni. A Legend of Italy (prose), containing the
Song, " Full, broad, and bright is the silver light."
THE POETET OF ARCHITECTURE, with Illustrations by the Au-
thor, and other papers, signed KATA PHUSIK, in London's
Architectural Magazine, Vol. iv., No. 45 (Nov. 1837), to
end of Vol. v., No. 59 (Jan. 1839).
"The series of Essays written for the Architectural Magazine, under
the signature of Kata Phusin, contain sentences nearly as well put together
as any I have done since."
My First Editor (University Magazine), April, 1878.
(Reprinted, with illustrations, by T. Wiley & Son, New York, 1873.
1 vol., 12ino, cloth, $1.50.)
OF BUSKIN. 11
Poems in Friendship's Offering (continued) :
1838. The Scythian Grave.
Christ Church, Oxford.
1839. A Scythian Banquet-song.
Aristodemus at Plataea.
Poems in Tfie London Monthly Miscellany (Smith, Elder &
Co.), No. 6 (January 1839), signed J. R.; viz. :
Song, " We care not what skies are the clearest "
Song, " Though thou hast not a feeling for one "
Horace, Iter ad Brundusium.
[It is possible that the earlier and later (if there be any later) numbers of
this magazine contain other verses by John Ruskin ; but the sixth is tho
only number to which we have at present succeeded in obtaining access.]
SALSETTE AND ELEPHANTA. A Prize Poem, Recited in the
Theatre, Oxford, June 12, 1839, by John Ruskin, Christ
Church, Oxford. Printed and published by J. Vincent,
Poems, &c., in Friendship's Offering (continued) :
1840. The Scythian Guest, '
The Broken Chain, Parts 1 and 2.
(?) To * * *, "That slow and heavy bell hath
knoll'd." (Signed p.)
1841. The Tears of Psammenitus.
The Two Paths.
The Old Water-Wheel.
The Broken Chain. Part 3.
The Departed Light.
[In " The English Helicon of the Nineteenth Century, edited by T. K.
Hervey, Lond. 1841," are printed (pp. 56-57) The Old Water-Wheel, and
(pp. 276-287) A Scythian Banquet-song, with the full name of John
Ruskin as the author.]
1842. The Last Song^of Arioii.
The Hills of Carrara.
The Broken Chain. Part 4.
1843. The Broken Chain. Part 5, with a drawing of
Amboise by the Author, engraved by E. Goodall.
MODERK PAIXTERS : their superiority in the Art of Landscape
Painting to all the Ancient Masters proved by examples of
the true, the beautiful, and the intellectual, from the Works
of Modern Artists, especially from those of J. M. W. Turner,
Esq., R.A. By a Graduate of Oxford. 8vo, pp. xxxi. 420.
London : Smith, Elder & Co., 1843.
Second Edition, 1844, pp. Ixxxviii. 423.
Two LETTERS from the Author of Modern Painters in
Tlie Artist and Amateur's Magazine, edited by E. V.
Eippingille. Lond : Longmans, 1843-44, pp. 280-287 ;
Poems, &c v in Friendship's Offering (concluded) :
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1844, The Battle of Montenotte.
A Walk in Chamouni.
With two drawings by the author, " The Coast of
Genoa," and " Le Glacier des Bois," engraved by
J. C. Armytage.
Poems in The Keepsake :
1845, pp. 63-64. The Old Seaman.
" 270. The Alps seen from Marcngo.
1846, " 35. Mont Blanc.
" 234. The Arve at Clnse.
Poems in Heath's Book of Beauty, 1846 :
( Written among the Basses Alpes.
pp. 109-110. \
| The Glacier.
MODERN PAINTERS. Volume II. Containing Part III., Sec-
tions 1 and 2. Of the Imaginative and Theoretic Faculties.
By a Graduate of Oxford. London : Smith, Elder & Co.,
1846, pp. xvi. 217.
The third edition of the first volume (184G), revised by the author, was
enlarged in size to match with the above. There are no illustrations to the
first and second volumes ; but the illustrations destined to appear in the
later volumes rendered a larger page necessary.
Danger to the National Gallery. Times, Thursday, January
A long letter of more than a column and a half, signed " The Author of
Modern Painters," and dated Jan. 6.
Articles in the Quarterly Review :
June, 1847, pp. 1-57. Lord Lindsay's History of Christian
March, 1848, pp. 390-427. Eastlake on the History of
"Although I consented, some nine years ago, to review Lord Lindsay's
Christian Art and Sir Charles Eastlake's Essay on Oil Painting, in the
Quarterly, I have ever since steadily refused to write even for that once
respectable periodical." Notes on the Royal Academy, 1856, page 6.
THE SEVEK LAMPS OF AKCHITECTUKE. By John Ruskin,
Author of "Modern Painters." With Illustrations, drawn
and etched by the Author, large 8vo, pp. xii. 205. (The
plates are fourteen in number.) London: Smith, Elder &
The Seven Lamps of Architecture. By John Ruskin, M.A. With Illus-
trations, drawn by the Author, and re-etched by R. P. Cuff. Second
Edition, with added Preface, large 8vo, pp. xx. 205. London : Smith, Elder
& Co., 1855.
POEMS. J. E. Collected 1850, pp. iv. (including title), 283,
(sig. B 2 to T 3), crown 8vo. Printed for private circulation.
[The Poems marked with an asterisk had been previously printed in the
publications specified at the side. F. 0. stands for Friendship's Offering.']
1. Song, ' ' I weary for the torrent " . 3
2. The Avalanche ..... 5
3. Ehrenbreitstein 8
OF RUSK IN.
POEMS continued. Page
4. The Emigration of the Sprites . . 13
5. Good Night 20
6. On Adele by Moonlight . . .22
*7. The Months 23 F. 0. 1836.
* The Last Smile . . ... . 25 F. 0. 1837.
9. The Gipsies 2G
*10. Song. " Full broad and bright is the
silver light " . . . .
*11. The Scythian Grave
*12. Remembrance .....
*13. Christ Church, Oxford .
14. The Exile of St. Helena .
15. The Recreant
16. The Wreck
*17. Aristodemus at Plataea .
*18. Salsette and Elephanta
*19. Song. "We care not what skies are
the clearest "
*20. Song. " Though thou hast not a feel-
ing for one " ....
*21. Horace. Iter ad Brundusium
23. The Name .....
24. Canzonet. " The winter's chill"
25. Fragment from a Meteorological Jour-
2G. Canzonet. " There's a change in the
green of the leaf "... 101
27. The Mirror 102
Month 1 if
POEMS continued. Page
28. Song of the Tyrolese after the Battle
of Brixen ....
*29. Scythian Banquet Song .
*30. The Scythian Guest .
*31. The Broken Chain. In Five Parts.
*33. Thd Tears of Psammenitus .
*34. The Two Paths ....
*35. The Old Water- Wheel .
*37. The Departed Light
*39. The Last Song of Arion
*40. The Hills of Carrara .
*42. The Battle of Montenotte .
*43. A Walk in Chamouni .
44. La Madonna dell' Acqua .
*45. The Old Seaman ....
*46. The Alps
47. Mont Blanc Revisited]; .
*48. The Arve at Cluse .
*49. Mont Blanc
*50. Written among the Basses Alpes
*51. The Glacier
F. 0. 1839.
F. 0. 1840.
\ F. 0. 1840
) to 1843.
F. 0. 1841.
[ F. 0. 1843.
F. 0. 1844.
f This poem is quoted in full in a paper in The Literary World, April
% Printed in extenso in Lyra Christiana, a little volume published at
OF RUSKIN". 17
THE KING OF THE GOLDEN RIVER ; or the Black Brothers :
a Legend of Stiria. Illustrated by Richard Doyle. Square
8vo, pp. 56. London : Smith, Elder & Co., 1851.
PRE-RAPHAELITISM. By the Author of "Modern Painters."
8vo, pp. 08. London : Smith, Elder & Co., 1851.
With Dedication to Francis Hawksworth Fawkes of Farnley.
A New Edition, 8vo, pp. 67. London : Smith, Elder & Co., 1862.
THE STONES OF VENICE. By John Ruskin. With Illustra-
tions drawn by the Author. In Three Volumes, 8vo.
Smith, Elder & Co., 1851-1853.
Vol. 1. The Foundations, 1851, pp. xvi. 413.
Vol. 2. The Sea-Stories, 1853, pp. viii. 394.
Vol. 3. The Fall, 1853, pp. iv. 362.
The first volume only has a half-title.
The Stones of Venice. With Illustrations drawn by the author. A New
Edition with New Preface of four pages and a half, limited to 1,500 copies.
The Preface in each copy is signed by the author with his own hand.
EXAMPLES OF THE ARCHITECTURE OF VENICE. Selected and
drawn to measurement from the Edifices. By John Ruskin,
Author of " The Stones of Venice," etc., imperial and atlas
folio (India proofs). Parts 1, 2, and 3. Fifteen Plates,
with Preface and descriptive letter-press. Smith, Elder &
Co. and Colnaghi, 1851.
All published. It was originally intended to issue twelve parts at a
guinea each. Fifty India proofs were taken on atlas folio, price two
guineas each part.
NOTES OK THE CONSTRUCTION OF SHEEPFOLDS. By John
Ruskin, M.A. 8vo, pp. 50. London: Smith, Elder & Co.,
1851 (The Advertisement is dated " February, 1851 ").
Second Edition, with new Preface, occupying two pages, pp. 50, 1851.
Second Edition (sic), with the first Preface and another new Preface,
dated "Brantwood, 3rd August, 1875." Orpington : Allen, 1875, pp. iv.
In republishing this pamphlet in 1875, after the lapse of nearly a quarter
of a century, the author apparently forgot that he had already published a
Second Edition in 1851, and that the re-issue should have been rightly
described as "Third Edition."
The National Gallery. Times, "Wednesday, December 29,
A long letter of considerably over a column, signed "The Author of
Modern Painters," and dated "Herne-hill, Dulwich, Dec. 27."
GIOTTO AND HIS WORKS IN PADUA : being an Explanatory
Notice of the Series of Woodcuts executed for the Arundel
Society after the Frescoes in the Arena Chapel. By John
Ruskin. 3 parts, pp. 124. Printed for the Arundel Society,
Extra Plates of the Arundel Society, No. 2G. The Cavalli
Monument, &c. With a description by John Kuskin, Esq.
OF BUSKIN. 19
"Christ before Pilate," and "Christ bearing the Cross."
Photographs from the paintings by Tintoretto, in the Scuola
di S. Rocco, Venice. With Mr. Raskin's description.
Extra Publications of the Arundel Society, produced during the last ten
years. (Nos. 20 and 21 of List, dated Oct., 1866.)
LECTURES ON ARCHITECTURE AND PAINTING, delivered at
Edinburgh in November, 1853. With 15 Illustrations drawn
by the Author, pp. vi. 239. London : Smith, Elder & Co.,
Second Edition, pp. vi. 240. London, 1855.
THE OPENING OF THE CRYSTAL PALACE, considered in some
of its relations to the prospects of Art. By John Ruskin,
M.A., pp. 21. London : Smith, Elder & Co. 1854.
Two Letters to TJie Times on The Light of the World and The
Awakening Conscience by^Holman Hunt, &c. May, 1854.
The first of these Letters, dated " Denmark-hill, May 4," appeared in
The Times of Friday, May 5, 1854; the second, undated, with the title of
"The Pra-Raphaelites," in The Times of Thursday, May 25, 1854.
Reprinted for private circulation only, under the title of " Letters to
The Times on the principal Prae-Raphaelite Pictures in the Exhibition of
1854, from the Author of Modern Painters," pp. 9.
NOTES ON SOME OF THE PRINCIPAL PICTURES EXHIBITED IN
THE ROOMS OF THE ROYAL ACADEMY, 1855. By the Au-
thor of Modern Painters. Third Edition, with a Supple-
ment. London : Smith, Elder & Co., 1855, pp. 40.
NOTES ON SOME or THE PRINCIPAL PICTURES EXHIBITED IN
THE BOOMS OF THE ROYAL ACADEMY AND THE SOCIETY OF
PAINTERS IN WATER COLOURS. No. II., 1856. By John
Ruskin, M.A., Author of Modern Painters. London :
Smith, Elder & Co., pp. 48. Third Edition, with postscript,
No. III. 1857. London : Smith, Elder & Co., pp. 60.
No. IV. 1858. ib., pp. 64.
No. V. 1859. ib., pp. 56.
NOTES ON SOME OF THE PRINCIPAL PICTURES EXHIBITED IN
THE ROOMS OF THE ROYAL ACADEMY, 1875. By John Rus-
kin, Slade Professor of Fine Art, &c., Oxford. Orpington :
Allen, and London : Ellis & White, 1875, pp. 61.
MODERN PAINTERS. Volume III., containing Part 4. Of
Many Things. By John Ruskin, M.A. London : Smith,
Elder & Co., 1856, pp. xix. 348.
With 18 illustrations, including the frontispiece. The Preface is dated
" Denmark Hill, Jan. 1856."
- MODERN PAINTERS. Volume IV., containing Part 5. Of
Mountain Beauty. By John Ruskin, M.A. London : Smith,
Elder & Co., 1856, pp. xii. 411.
With 35 Illustrations, including the frontispiece. The Preface is dated
" Denmark Hill, March, 1856."
THE HARBOURS OF ENGLAND. Engraved by Thomas Lupton,
OF RUSKIN. 21
from original Drawings made expressly for the work by J.
M. W. Turner, R.A., with Illustrative Text by J. Ruskin,
Author of Modern Painters. 12 plates, text pp. vii. 53,
folio. London : published by E. Gambart & Co., Berners
The Preface is dated "Denmark Hill, April, 1856."
Letter to the Rev. F. Temple [now Bishop of Exeter] on the
Arts as a branch of Education: dated "Penrith, Sept. 25,
Printed in T. D. Acland's "Account of the Origin and Objects of the
New Oxford Examinations." London : Ridgway, 1858, pp. 54-CO.
NOTES ON THE TURNER GALLERY at Marlborough House, 1856.
By John Ruskin, M.A., pp. 88. London : Smith, Elder &
Second Edition, pp. 88, 1857; Third Edition, pp. 88, 1857.
NOTES ON THE TURNER COLLECTION at Marlborough House,
1856 7. By John Ruskin, M.A. Fourth Edition, revised,
with a Preface, pp. viii. 88. Smith, Elder & Co., 1857.
Fifth Edition, revised (the Preface is almost entirely different in this
Edition), pp. viii. 91. Smith, Elder & Co., 1857.
Letter to The Athen&um on the Gentian, in explanation of a
passage in the Turner Notes, dated "Denmark Hill, Feb.
10" (Athenceum, February 14, 1857).
CATALOGUE OP THE TURNER SKETCHES in the National Gal-
lery. Part I. For private circulation. London : Spottis-
woode, 1857, pp. 49.
CATALOGUE OF THE SKETCHES AND DRAWINGS BY J. M.
W. TURNER, K.A., exhibited in Marlborough House in the
year -1857 8, accompanied with Illustrative Notes. By John
Ruskin, M.A., London : printed by Spottiswoode & Co., pp.
53 (including title), 1857.
The scriptural mottos at the end are given hi Latin in this edition.
Another Edition, with woodcut figures, pp. 76. London : printed by
Spottiswoode & Co., 1858.
The scriptural mottos at the end are given in English in this edition.
THE POLITICAL ECONOMY or ART. Being the substance (with
additions) of Two Lectures, Delivered at Manchester, July
10th and 13th, 1857. By John Euskin, M. A., pp. viii. 248.
London : Smith, Elder & Co., 1857.
Examination of Mr. Ruskin before the National Gallery Com-
mission, 1857. Printed in the Parliamentary Blue Book,
and also in The Literary Gazette, August 22, 1857.
THE ELEMENTS OF DRAWING ; in Three Letters to Beginners.
By John Ruskin, M.A. With Illustrations drawn by the
Author, pp. xxiv. 350. London : Smith, Elder & Co.,
Second Edition, with added Advertisement, and additional Notes in the
first Appendix. London : Smith, Elder & Co., 1857, pp. xxiv. 359.
There are also some verbal alterations in the text.
OF BUSKIN. 23
THE ELEMENTS OF PERSPECTIVE. Arranged for the use of
Schools, and intended to be read in connexion with the first
three Books of Euclid. By John Ruskin, M.A. 8vo, pp.
xii. 144. London : Smith, Elder & Co., 1859.
Mr. RtiSKitf on Generalization and the Pre-Raphaelites. Let-
ter signed J. Ruskin, to the Editor of The Witness, Edin-
burgh, Saturday, March 27, 1858.
INAUGURAL ADDRESS, delivered at Cambridge, Oct. 20, 1858
(Cambridge School of Art). Cambridge : Deighton, Bell &
Co. London : Bell & Daldy, 1858, pp. 40.
Letter to the Editor of The Literary Gazette, Nov. 13, 1858.
Partly reprinted in Appendix IV. to The Two Paths.
Mr. Ruskin on the Italian Question. Letter of more than a
column, dated "Berlin, June G, 1859," signed " J. Ruskin."
Printed in The Scotsman of Wednesday, July 20, 1859.
Mr. Ruskin on Foreign Politics. Letter of a column, dated
"Berlin, June 15," and signed "J. Ruskin." Printed in
The Scotsman of Saturday, July 23, 1859.
Mr. Ruskin and the Italian Question. Letter dated "Schaff-
hausen, August 1, 1859," and signed " J. Ruskin." Printed
in Tlie Scotsman of Saturday, August "6, 1859.
THE Two PATHS : being Lectures on Art, and its application
to Decoration and Manufacture, delivered in 1859 60. By
John Euskin, M. A. With two Plates, pp. x. 271. Lon-
don : Smith, Elder & Co., 1859.
A few introductory words to the Inaugural Lecture, at the Kensington
Museum, 1858 (not given in this volume), may be found, "not much mis-
reported," in The Building Chronicle of January, 1858.
New Edition (forming volume X. of the Collected Works of John Eus-
kin), with new Preface, dated "Brantwood, 21st January, 1878," pp. xii.
232. George Allen, Sunnysidc, Orpington, Kent, 1878.
In the new Preface the author says: "I have no time nor sight now
for the revision of old plates ; and besides I own to a very enjoyable pride
in making the first editions of my books valuable to their possessors, who
found out, before other people, that these writings and drawings really were
good for something. I have retained, therefore, in this edition only the
woodcuts necessary for the explanation of the text; and the two lovely en-
gravings by Messrs Cuff and Armytage will, I hope, render the old volume
more or less classical among collectors. The few references to them are
withdrawn from the present edition."
THE OXFOED MUSEUM. By Henry W. Acland, M.D. and
John Euskin. London : Smith & Elder, 1859.
Mr. Kuskin's two Letters occupy pp. 44-56, and pp. 60-90.
MODERN PAIITOERS. Volume V. Completing the Work,
and containing Parts 6. Of Leaf Beauty. 7. Of Cloud
Beauty. 8. Of Ideas of Eelation i. of Invention Formal.
9. Of Ideas of Eelation ii. of Invention Spiritual. By
John Euskin, M.A. London: Smith, Elder & Co., 1860,
pp. xvi. 384.
With 85 engravings on steel, and numerous engravings on wood.
OF RUSKIN. 25
A new and final edition of the five volumes of Modern Painters, limited
to a thousand copies, appeared in 1873. To the first Volume is prefixed a
new Preface, signed by the author with his own hand in each copy.
FRONDES AGRESTES ; Readings in Modern Painters, chosen
at her pleasure, by the author's friend, the younger lady of
the Thwaite, Coniston, pp. vii. 184. Orpington : G. Allen,
With Preface, dated " Herne Hill, 5th December, 1874," and occasional
footnotes by the author.
SIR JOSHUA AND HOLBEIN. CornMll Magazine, March,
1860, pp. 322-328.
"UNTO THIS LAST." Four Papers iii the Cornliill Magazine,
August to November, 1860, vol. ii. pp. 155-166 ; 278-286 ;
407-418 ; 543-564.
"UNTO THIS LAST": Four Essays on the first Principles of
Political Economy. By John Ruskin (with a Preface,
dated, "Denmark Hill, 10th May, 1862"), pp. xviii. 174.
Second Edition, with new note in Preface, dated " Venice, Sunday, 18th
March, 1877," pp. xxi. 174. Orpington: Allen, 1877.
ESSAYS ON POLITICAL ECONOMY, being a Sequel to Papers
which appeared in the Cornhill Magazine. By John Rus-
kin. June, 1862, vol. 65, pp. 784-792 ; September and
December, 1862, vol. 66, pp. 265-280, 742-756; April,
1863, vol. 67, pp. 441-462.
MUNERA PULVERIS : Six Essays on the Elements of Political
Economy (forming Volume 2 of The Works of John Rus-
kin). With Preface, dated "Denmark Hill, 25th Novem-
ber, 1871," pp. xxvii. 186. London : Smith, Elder & Co.,