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FOREIGN NOTES. With His Minor Exploits on the Field of Love JOHN LONG, London, will publish in March and Fashion, With His Thoughts Thereon."

next Robert Buchanan's new novel, which will If the “Ghost” is as eloquent as the worthy probably be called “The New Don Quixote." author of the “Diary” was in real life, the result ought to prove entertaining.

SAMPSON Low, MARSTON & Co. will publish AFTER ten years of litigation, Frank Sanger,

next year-possibly not until the fall-Sir the theatrical manager, has, by a recent de

Herbert Maxwell's exhaustive “Life of the cision of the Court of Appeals, in his suit Duke of Wellington.” against Thomas Henry French, established his

JOHN LANE will publish shortly a selection of claim, under a verbal agreement of partnership, Aubrey Beardsley's drawings from The Yellow to one-half of about $125,000, the net profits Book and elsewhere. Portraits of the artist of producing the play“ Little Lord Fauntleroy" and a prefatory note by H. C. Marillier will in cities, not including Boston and New York,

form parts of the contents. about the year 1888. Daniel G. Rollins, who tried the case as referee, found on all the issues At a philatelic exhibition just opened at in favor of the plaintiff.

Birmingham there are on view the two most J. B. LIPPINCOTT, Co. have ready “ Historic valuable stamps in the world-a penny and a Homes of the Southwest Mountains, Virginia,”

twopenny Mauritius. Only twenty-three speciby Edward C. Mead, author of “The Genea.

mens of the 1848 Mauritius stamp are known logical History of the Lee Family of Virginia

to exist, and the market value of the two on and Maryland." The section of country cov

exhibition at Birmingham is $10,500. They ered has been the birthplace of presidents,

belong to a Parisian collector, who has loaned

them for the exhibition. governors, and statesmen, as well as the seat of a refined and hospitable people. The book

RENÉ CHAMBOLLE announces that he has be.. describes the homes of the Jeffersons, Ran.

come the proprietor of the bookbindery estabdolphs, Everetts, Chanlers, Riveses, and others,

lished by Duru and conducted for foriy years and twenty-three illustrations and a map illumi- by his late father, Victor Chambolle, under the nate the interesting text.

firm-name of Chambolle-Duru. René Cham. LONGMANS, GREEN & Co. announce a book

bolle has been for a number of years connected: entitled “ The ‘Perverse Widow,' Being Pas- with his father's bindery, and will no doubt sages from the Life of Catharina, Wife of make good his promis to maintain the repu.. William Boevey, Esq., of Flaxley Abbey, in tation of the establishment for good and artistic the County of Gloucester," compiled by Arthur work. W. Crawley-Boevey, of the Bombay Civil Service. The work is illustrated with family por

The six days' sale of early manuscripts and traits, among them being the “ Perverse

early printed books, the property of the late Widow" herself ; also those of the deprived

Mr. William Morris, realized £10,962. The Nonjuring Bishops Frampton and Ken, Dr.

“Sherbrook Missal," an illuminated manuGeorge Hicks, and the Rev. John Lloyd, by script of the early fourteenth century, proHogarth. Among the pedigrees in the appen

duced £350; a twelfth century manuscript of dix is that of Izaak Walton. They will pub

the New Testament (Latin Vulgate,) £225; and lish early in February next a new novel by Georgica et Ænesi," £164. The specimens

a fourteenth century manuscript of Virgil's. S. Levett-Yeats, author of “The Chevalier d'Auriac," entitled “The Heart of Dénise."

of early typography also commanded good

prices. The Rev. JAMES BRITAIN Miller, the Yale

WILLIAM BLACKWOOD & SONS will shortly graduate who was arrested at New Haven, Conn., on the 22d inst. charged with stealing author of "Ships that pass in the night.” Her

publish a new novel by Beatrice Harraden, 5,000 books, is regarded as a criminal curiosity by the police and by the clergymen of the original intention for a title was a line of Will

iam Watson's, “I, too, have come through city. Miller is an intellectual young man, about thirty years old, and stood high in his

wintry terrors.” They have nearly ready a

work entitled, “The Pure Literature of the classes at the Yale Divinity School, where he

Nineteenth Century," by Logie Robertson, was graduated four years ago. Since then he has preached irregularly. He is the son of a

whose pseudonym is “Hugh Haliburton." Michigan business man, but he has made New

Mr. Robertson is preparing for the Blackwoods. Haven his residence since he went there to

a new edition of his previous book, "" Horace college. While at Yale Miller had charge of in Homespun,” with many new pieces. the reading-room of the Yale Theological ULRICO HOEPLI. of Milan, has just issued the Seminary, and there, it is supposed, his uncon- second and concluding volume of Dr. G. A. trollable desire for books was developed. His Scartazzini's “Enciclopedia Dantesca,” a diccounsel declares that Miller's case is a psycho- tionary of all that pertains to the life and logical study, that his researches in libraries works of Dante ; and a third edition of “La unsettled his mind, and that he could not keep | Divina Commedia," edited by Scartazzini, away from bookstores nor abstain from grab- with corrections and annotations and an exbing the books when nobody was looking. Miller haustive index to proper names and important said on the evening of his arrest that he took subjects, besides a list of the perfect rhymes the books in fits of absent-mindedness. The of Dante, compiled by Dr. Luigi Polacco and leading booksellers of the city have been en- arranged alphabetically according to final sylgaged every day since Miller's arrest in sorting lables. This is considered to be the best out their stolen books from the thousands at edition of Dante's work, the editor being Miller's rooms. He furnished bonds for $500 acknowledged throughout the world as a finale and was released.

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