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ahow U 1mw condensed History of the World Worldfor Worldror WorldIt
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for In the large and expensive elp < naln peerages peeragesand peeragest peeralCesand
t and a great deal of other Information Informationa
A 4 arlallsed a no need in oonvenlent form The Intro Introduction Introduction introduction
duction that precedes tho th lists list is i an ad adniirahle admlmhle adf
f niirahle compendium of Information about abouall aboutf aboutall
f all that concern Briti BritIHh th titles titlesUnltttl titlest
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t Oriental Or1 > ntsl thought that will attraot atten attcntlon attention attention
tion not onlybecausB only because it presents fdeas nove noveto novel novelto
i to the Western mind but also because the these thlsenre i iare
4 are expressed clearly c1 > arly by a Japanese wh whhas who whohall whoa <
has a thoroughly mastered the English Ian Iangunge lani
i guage will bo found in The Ideals of the thiEast thef thek
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k f East oast by Kakasu Okakura E P Pk Duttor DuttorA
k Co It Is an eloquent plea for Asia that thais thatIs
1 is II to say Japan China and India to hold holeto holdto holdto
to its own traditions and Reek its develop developmerit developmpntwlthln developmeritwithin
merit mpntwlthln within Itself in opposition to the clvill clvillsiation cMIIJ cMIIMtlon civiliation
J siation of the West WestThe WstTho Westrho
The author shows that Asia Is I one omrwwiitlally onefotjentlally onej
j rwwiitlally In race in thought In re religion religion xeJigion ¬
ligion and In art He traces the Influence Influenceof
of common Ideals on life and specifically specificallyIn
In the manner of looking upon art Hemaintains He lIei Homaintains
i maintains that what good can come in the thefuture thoi thefuture
i future to Asiatics must come from the re reUlitlon relentlon xet
t r Ulitlon of their own traditions and charac characteristics characr ¬
S r teristics and nndby jjy their natural development developmentin
tJ t in their own own1ay fay lie urges Asia tounite touniteThe to unite unitel uniteriie
l The book is bright logical Incisive and aridto andIJ andtar
to IJ far as a regards the language I tnguage and style stylomight stylej
j iS might have been written hy some highly highlyeducated highlyducaled highlyeducated
educated Englishman or American AmericanNew AmerJcanNew AmericanNew
New Yorks ork Tenement TenementThe TllIemflItRl
l The i lie report of the commission appointed appointedhy
hy the Governor of Now York in 1900 to toInvestigate tot I
t Investigate the various questions relating relatingto
I i to tenement houses has been digested digestedchiefly digestedchlefly digestedhiefly
chiefly by members of the commission commissionnnd commiaaionandthodigeetsaupplemented
nnd andthodigeetsaupplemented tho digests supplemented by byadditional byadditionalinformation additional additionalinformation additionalInCormation
information are presented to the public publicin
in two largo volumes The Tenement TenementHuune Tenement1Juufle Tenementllotlf4e
Huune Problem Probl m Macmillans The editor editorare editorlire editorsare
> are > Robert W Do Forest and Lawrence LawrenceVclller LawrenoeYelllertho Lawrencep
p Vclller Yelllertho the chairman and secretary of the thecommission thecommission thecommission
commission commissionIn
In the form of separate articles with withirrelevant withr
r j irrelevant matter omitted the results of ofthat atthat ofS
S that important imporhLntinvestigation investigation become natur naturally naturRlly naturS naturniiy ¬
ally more readable than tho official report reportcould reportlOuld reportcould
S could be and will consequently reach a alarger altirfoter alarger
larger public We find a history of tene tenement tenemerit teneitient ¬
merit house reform In New York Yorkolty city ac accounts aoi acS ¬
i S counts of thE conditions and IBWB in Amen American AmerlCin ¬
5 can and foreign cities articles on fires and andfireescapes andtireescapes andtiieeecapes
fireescapes on sanitation on tuberculosis tuberculosison
on the enforcement of the laws on the themany themany themany
many evils attaching to tenement life on onparks onparkB onS
S parks and playgrounds playgr unds and other pertinent pertinenttopics pertinenttopll8 pertinentI
topics I The present Tenement House Hou e Act Actis ActIs
1 is given in full as is the act creating the theTenement thet theS theTenement
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in The Connoisseurs Library In twenty twentyvolumes twentyvolumes twentyf
f volumes edited by Mr Cyril Davenport DavenportJudging DavenportJudglng DavenportS
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1L the shelves and in no sense handbooks handbooksbeing handbooksbeing handbooksI
I being wide royal octavos almost small smallquartos smanquaftocl smallquartos
quartos They are made up in England Englandand Englandand Englandand
and the thetypogrnphy typography and get up are ex exjntiftejTheAYoluin exc
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cries It deals with the subject In a pleas pleasantpopular pleasant pleasc
c antpopular ant p populir pu1Lr style that should attract the thepublic thepubllo thet
t public to the study of engravings but butwhich butwhich butwhich
which we fear will give the experienced experiencedcollector experiencedcollector experiencedcollector
collector little now information There Thereare Thereare Thereare
are accounts acooun of the chief mezzotint en engravers engravers engravers ¬
gravers with examples of their work workThe workThe workS
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we are inclined to think that better proc processes prooesses proceases ¬
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I out more clearly the special peculiarities peculiaritiesof
of the engravers engraversAn
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considering mn ldering the perfunctory way in which whichit
it Is made Up l is French and English Fur Furniture furniture Furnlture ¬
niture by Esther Singleton McClure McClurePhillips McclureS loClurePhilllpll
S Phillips A Co We suppose the textwas textwasput textwaJlut text was wasS
S put together to explain Mr Ir H D Nicholss Nicholssexcellent Nicholspxcellent Nicholssexcellent
excellent and instructive pictures It doe doeinot doenot doej
j not deviate far from tho catalogue style stylebut stylebut stylehut
but it has the merit of orthat that style styleorimltlng styleorimltlngHlletr of limiting limitingitself limitingitself
itself to the technical description of the thearticles theartlclell thearticles
articles offered for inspection Louis LouisTreize LouisTrelze LouIsTreize
Treize Louis Quatorze Louis Quinzo Louis LouisSeize LouisHEize Louisteize
Seize Empire cover the French styles styleswhile styleshlle stylesschile
while hlle the English chapters are entitled entitledJacobean entitledJacobean entitledS
S Jacobean Queen Anne Early Georgian GeorgianChippendale GeorgianChlppendalo GeorgianS
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Sheraton Young housekeepers will 111 no nouirecorrect noqulrecorreot acc1uirecorrect
qulrecorreot uirecorrect ideas about the furniture they theycannot theyi theycannot
i cannot buy from this book and may at least leastform lea leastform t trorm
form a 1 judgment ju ignient as to the plausibility of oftheimltatioas orthelmltlllloM oftleimitationq
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artist M Emile Michel Rembrandt RembrandtHis
His Life His Work W rk and His Time trans translated translated translated ¬
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In a third cheaper edition by William WilliamHeincmann WilliamHeln Williamfleinemann
Heincmann Heln mann arid diaries Soribnora Sons SonsThe SonsThe SonsThe
The text is revised and corrected and all allthe allthe allthe
the illustrations llIutrall ris are included It Is doubt doubtless doubtS ¬
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particularly those In the text will give givesome giveIOme giveS
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t his teeth A few first class reproductions reproductionswould reproductionswould reproductionswould
would show what Rembrandt means In art artbetter arthetter artbetter
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Ktudy on the Florentine sculptor Dona Donalello DonaI Dons1db
I lello 1db Duckworth Duck orth k Co Charles Chanl s Scribners ScribnersSons ScribnorsHons ScnlbnersS ScnlbnersHons
S Hons His knowledge of Renaissance Renaissancesculpture Renalll8RncelCulpture Renaiasanceicilpture
sculpture is profound and ho treats Dona Donatellos Donatellos Donatellos
tellos work with judicious discrimination discriminationiut
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regretted that for so great an artist and so soexcellent 80Ixoellent
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figure In the Scottish history of the Stuarts StuartsHis StuartllHis StuartsHis
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Famous Scots Series by byLowl Louis A Barb Barbdin BarbIn Barbin
in Viscount Dundee Charles Scribners ScribnersSons ScribnersSonll SeribnersSons
Sons It seems queer that forty Scots Scotsshould Scotssho Sectsshould
should sho ld have been found worthy of a place placein
in the series before him nearly naif of them themof themoCpretly themof
of oCpretly pretty limited fame outside of Scotland ScotlandFeminine ScotlandFeminine ScotlandFmlnine
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prattle of authors and the places where wherethey wherethey wherethey
they lived in Backgrounds of Literature ofrLIterature ofLiteraturerlxe LiteratureThe I Irhe
The Outlook Company omp ny He gives his hisappreciation his1PlreCJ1ti0fl I IliJllrecllUon
appreciation of Goethe in Weimar and andEmerson andEmerllon andEmerson
Emerson in Concord and of the Lorna LornaDoono Lornapoono LornaIoono
Doono country and Walter Scotts country countryaIl country11Id
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