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N sending forth the successive volumes of the work now brought to a close, we have, at various times, briefly
expressed our thanks to those who, in different ways, have generously helped us. We wish, in these our last words, to offer a cordial expression of thanks to our fellow-workers at the University Press who, for some years past, have co-operated with us in our endeavour to avoid error-so far as it can be avoided in an undertaking like ours—to the compositors and readers, as well as to those charged with the general management of the various printing departments, of whom the Chief has recently been taken from us.
Their help has been ungrudging and of great value, and we should like to place our sense of it on record.
A. W. W.
By W. R. SORLEY, Litt.D., F.B.A., Fellow of King's College,
Knightbridge Professor of Moral Philosophy
The economics of Ricardo. James Mill. Analysis of the Phenomena of the
Human Mind. Thomas Brown. Sir William Hamilton. Mansel.
HISTORIANS, BIOGRAPHERS AND POLITICAL ORATORS
by Sir A. W. WARD, Litt.D., F.B.A., Master of Peterhouse
naron Turner. Lingard. Henry Hallam. Sir James Mackintosh. Macau-
Harriet Martineau. W. N. Molesworth. Kinglake's Invasion of the
By J. S. R. PHILLIPS, Editor of The Yorkshire Post, Leeds
| Eighteenth Century Newspapers. Literary and Art Criticism. The Drama.
Politics. The War Correspondent. Progress of journalism in the Vic-