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A MONTHLY REVIEW
EDITED BY JAMES KNOWLES.
No. 107, JANUARY 1886.
I. Proem to Genesis : a Plea for a Fair Trial. By the Right Hon. W. E.
GLADSTONE, M.P. . . . . . . . . . II. The Fallacy of 'Imperial Federation.' By Sir Henry THRING. : III. Federal Union with Ireland. By R. BARRY O'BRIEN . . . .
IV. Home Rule in Austria-Hungary. By David KAY
. . 127 X. Thomas Middleton. By ALGERNON CHARLES WINeckte . . . 138 XI. The Battle of Abu-Klea. (With Plan.) By Lt. Col. the Hon. R. Talbot 154 XII. Dawn of Creation:' an Answer to Mr. Gladstone. By Dr. Réville · 160
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