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Ethical Association, New York, by Robert G. Eccles, M.D.; to Mrs. Elizabeth D. Willard (Lizzie Doten) for her poem "Reconciliation" from "Poems from the Inner Life"; to Rev. Theodore C. Williams for an extract from a poem.
To Mr. J. W. Bengough, Toronto, Canada, for three stanzas from his poem "Beside the Bonnie Brier Bush," published in the Toronto Globe.
To Messrs. George Bell & Sons, London, for selections from "The Angel in the House" by Coventry Patmore, and from the poems of Adelaide A. Procter; to Messrs. William Blackwood & Sons, Edinburgh, for an extract from George Eliot's "Middlemarch" (quoted on page 53 by William C. Gannett) and one from her "Romola"; to the British and Foreign Association for two extracts from "Courage and Cheer" by Brooke Herford; to Rev. Stopford A. Brooke for four quotations from his writings; to Messrs. James Clarke & Co. for a poem by Marianne Farningham, published in the Christian World; to Messrs. Hodder & Stoughton for a citation from Thomas Hornblower Gill's "Golden Chain of Praise"; to Rev. John Page Hopps for two quotations from his writings, published in the Christian Register, Boston, U.S.A.; to Messrs. Longmans, Green & Co., London, for two citations from Jean Ingelow, and twenty-three quotations from the writings of Sir Edwin Arnold; to the author's representative, Dr. Greville
McDonald, and to the several Publishers, for extracts from the works of George MacDonald,-two from "Poems," published by Messrs. Chatto & Windus, London, one from "At the Back of the North Wind," published by Messrs. Blackie & Son, London, Glasgow and Dublin, David McKay, Philadelphia, U.S.; one from "Essays" (English title "Orts"), two from "Weighed and Wanting," three from "Mary Marston,”—all published by Messrs. Sampson Low, Marston & Co., London,-"Essays" and "Mary Marston," published in the United States by David McKay, "Weighed and Wanting" by the Lothrop Publishing Company; three from "Annals of a Quiet Neighborhood," two from "Thomas Wingfold," two from "A Seaboard Parish," one from "St. George and St. Michael," four from "Paul Faber," one from "Marquis of Lossie," one from "Warlock o' Glenwarlock" (English title, "Castle Warlock"), two from "Donal Grant,"-all published by Messrs. Kegan Paul, Trench, Trübner & Co., London,-"Donal Grant" and "Warlock o' Glen Warlock" published in the United States by the Lothrop Publishing Company, the first six by David McKay; two from "Sir Gibbie" and one from "David Elginbrod"; to Messrs. Macmillan & Co., London, for a poem by Matthew Arnold, two quotations from the works of Charles Kingsley, a sonnet by Charles Tennyson Turner, several excerpts from the works of Lord Tennyson, including three lines from "The Ancient Sage," published in the United States by the Macmillan Com
pany, New York; to Mr. John Murray, London, for a quotation from the works of Dean Stanley; to Messrs. Thomas Nelson & Sons, Edinburgh, for an excerpt from "The Master is so Fair," by B. M.; to Messrs. James Nisbet & Co., London, for an extract from the poem "Disappointment" by Frances Ridley Havergal and four selections from the poems of Horatius Bonar; to the author and to Mr. David Nutt for two citations from "Poems" by William Ernest Henley, entered in the United States by Messrs. Charles Scribner's Sons; to Messrs. Passmore & Alabaster for a quotation from the works of Charles H. Spurgeon; to Messrs. Kegan Paul, Trench, Trübner & Co. for three citations from "Poems" by Archbishop Trench; to Messrs. Smith, Elder & Co. for an excerpt from "Abt Vogler” and one from "Rabbi Ben Ezra," poems by Robert Browning,-permission being given in behalf of the owner of the copyright; to the Spectator for a poem by Patenham Beatly; to Mr. Francis W. Bourdillon for a poem from "Sursum Corda," published by Mr. T. Fisher Unwin.
And now as this little work goes forth seeking whom it may bless, let it be known to these authors and these publishers that to them will belong whatever measure of gratitude shall rise from hearts whose deepest needs shall be ministered to therewith.
MARIA H. LEROW.
VI. SOMETHING TO LIVE FOR AND SOME-
X. THE MELODY OF True Living .