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' Bonn's Historical Library' is to be enriched by a new edition of ' The Lives of the
N for for 6 rths the t . hft / last l on aat . which two two Dr vears . Jessopp . . This This has work work been , wnicn which engaged is is
singularly interesting years , has been difficul , t to get , owing to the fact that for years it has lain
untouched ! by editor or publisher , * * The Rev . Joseph Maskellauthor of
which 1 Berkynge has now Chyrche for juxta Turrim , been , ' a out work of many years
print Barking , has Church compiled consisting a guide of to an All abrid Hallows gment
of his larger work , , enriched with copious illustrations and diagrams . This will be ready
in a few days . * * **
The < Life ' of his father , Mr . P . H . Gosse , on which Mr . Edmund Gosse has for some
time been engaged , is , we hear , completed , and will be published A . — during < 3 ? the autumn by fMessrs .
Kogan Paul , Trench & Co . The book is said to contain much novel matteras the subject for
some time led an adventurous , life in Canada and the United States .
MessrsCassell & Cowill ublish this
. . p month * London Street Arabs , ' by Mrs . H . M . Stanley ( y— Doroth _ y Tennant — — _ ) // containing a
collection of her characteristic ^ , sketches of London street — ___ -lifey — handsomely ___ _ printed . By v way of
introduction , Mrs , Stanley ^ ^ relates some ^ experiences of * Arab' lifefurnishes information
as to the mode adopted in , making her sketches , and narrates various anecdotes respecting her
ragamuffin models . # * *
Messrs . George Bell & Son announce a cheap re-issue in fortnightly volumes of their
well-known Aldine edition of the ' British Poets . ' Each volume will contain a memoir
and notes , and where it is possible a portrait will be given— . The first volumepublished
to-day , is ' Blake , ' with a memoir by , Mr . W . M . Rossetti ; and this will be followed by Lord
Houghton's * Keats . ' Among the other more important poets are ' Chaucer , ' in six volumes
by the Rev . Dr . Morris ; and * Chatterton , ' in , two volumes , by Professor Skeat .
# * * Mr . Harveyone of the four Priest-Vicars
of Lincoln Minster , , is preparing for the Lincoln Record Society an edition of the earliest
Bishop's Register of the thirteenth century , frecentor — — Venables is editing o a Calendar of all
the Lincoln documents in the Public Record OfficeLondonwith Englishing of all
character-, , is istic writ bits ing in the them Lives . Canon of man Perry y , of of W the ^ cfegfam Bishopa * .
Major-General Smith has in the press the first part of his history of the Parish of Elshamwhere his family was for many generations—in
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Messrs . Swan Sonnenschein & Co . have in preparation a translation of Prof . Seyffert ' s ¦¦
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1 well Reli - g known ionLiterature Dictionary of Art Classical and Archaeology Mythology , . i
It is to , be edited , by Prof , . Nettleship , of Oxford m , and mm Dr — . Sand ys V' , of Cambrid . . ^ « ge ^ J , and ^ " vfc > .
great care has been taken to secure the best possible illustrations . The English edition
and will contain it is expected more than to one be hundred rqady new early cuts in ,
November . Every article is to date , Prof . Seyffert himself having promised additional
matter for the English edition . ¦ ¦
• . . # # Mr . Elkin MathewsVigo Streetwill pub — -
lish next month the book , by C- ? Mr . Le , Gallienne * X ' George Meredith , Novelist and Poet , ' which ,
has will contain already an been elaborate announced bibliograph . The y volume by Mr .
— — — — g J J _ j ^ ' ^^ m John but also Lan of e , the not best only criticisms of Mr . Meredith of them ' s work which *^ s ,
have appeared in the magazines and reviews . There will also be a note by Mr . W . Morton
Fullerton on the fortune of Mr . Meredith ' s books in America , a portrait X of Mr . Meredith ,
and an illustration of his chalet at Dorking , from a pen-and-ink sketch by his son , Mr . W . M . Meredith .
# * * It is natural that there should be a revival
of interest in the works of the late Cardinal Newmanand that additions should be made
to them . , His admirers will look forward with interest to the appearance of ' The Letters and
Correspondence of John Henry Newman during his Life in the English Churchwith a
brief Autobiographical Memoir , ' which , are promised at an early date by Messrs .
Long-J . »/ if KJ > mans these , letters Green have & been Co . arranged We understand and edited that , at
the request of the Cardinal himself , by the editor of the letters of the late Prof . Mozley .
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1062 The Publishers' Circular Sept . i , 1899 i ¦ ' - ¦ ' "' ' ¦ " ¦ ' ' u ¦¦ - I ~ " " ' ' " ' ¦ — . 3
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It has been decided to open the Battersea Free Library on Sundays .
for The the usual Lambeth recess Palace for six Librar weeks y will from be to closed -day .
We hear that Cardinal Newman named as his sole literary executor the Rev . William
Payne Neville , of the Birmingham Oratory . A new Liberal paper is about to be started and
among in in Aberdeen AhfvrflftAri the promoters . - It 1 > . will will is the be Via issued inniiar Earl of ] daily dailv Aberdeen . , ana . A new serial story entitled * Heiland of
JL . M . AAV IT UV / JL M . MJUM UUV / I ¥ \ JAM . VJL WAV \* -- —^ - ^«— Heidelberg , ' by Mr . Albany Fonblanque , begins in this month's Temple Bar .
Magazine The September has a striking number short of story MacmiUaii by Mr ' . s
Rudyard Kipling . stand A pension been founded for compositors by the has Rev , we Francis
under-OUOdJIUlUDDll 1 UU 11 UOU MJF W ** v » J . ww » . . — Jacox , ) in connection with the Printers' Pension ^ , Almshouse __ TT- ^ . and ^ i OrDhan Asvluih Corporation .
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Publishers’ Circular (1880-1890), Sept. 1, 1890, page 1062, in the Nineteenth-Century Serials Edition (2008; 2018) ncse.ac.uk/periodicals/pc/issues/tec_01091890/page/6/