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The prospectus fir the new volume gives
the titles of more than lift jr papers (mostly
Illustrated), by writers ol tho highest merit.
I'nder the head of
we hnvo "A Winter on the Nile," by Gen.
McClcllan; "Sauntering About Constanti
nople," by Charles Dudley Warner ; "Out
or My Window nt Moscow," by Eugene
Schuyler! "An American in Turklsun,''
etc. Three serial stories arc announced:
By Dr. Holland, the Editor,
whose story of "Sevenoaks " ?ave the hlg.fi
est satisfaction to the readers of the
The scene ot this latest novel is laid on
tno banks of tho Hudson. Ibe hero is a
young man who has been always "tied to a
woman's apron strings," but who, by the
death of hit mother, is left alone in the
world to drllt on tho current of ills with
a fortune, but wttbout a purpose.
Another serial, "LIU Inheritance." bv
Miss Trafton, will begin on the completion
ol " i nat i.ass o- jyowne's," uy airs. Hodg
son Burnett. Mrs. Burnett's story, begun
in August, has a pathos and dramatic power
wiiicu nave been a surprise to mo public
Hi ere is to ki series of original and ex
quisitely illustrated pupers ot "1'opulai Sci
ence," by .Mrs. Herrick, each paper com
plete In Itself.
Thore are to be, from various pens, papers
-Home Life and Travel"
Alsw, practical suggestions at to town and
country life, village Improvements, etc., by
Mr. Barnard's articles on various Indus-
cries ol Great Britain Include the history of
'Some Experiments in Co-operation." "A
Scotish Loaf Factory" in the November
number, and "Toad Lane. Bochdnie," in
Dcccinbtr. Other papers are, "The British
Workiugtuan's Home," "A atiou of Miop-
keepers," "Ha peuuyavv cekior toe Cluld,'
A richly Illustrated series will be given on
"American Sports by Flood and Field," by
various writers, and each on a different
theme. The subject ef
"Houaehold and Horns Decoration"
will have a prominent place, whilst the
productions ol American humorists will ap
pear from month to month. The ll.t of
shorter stories, Mogmpbical and other
sketches, etc.. Is a long one.
'1 he editorial department will continue to
employ the ablot pens both at home and
abroad. There will be a series ol letters on
literary matters, from London, by Mr. Wel
lord. The pages of the magazine will be open,
at heretofore, so far s limited space wili
permit, to the discussion of all ihemes af
fecting the social aud religious life ol the
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