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Prof. Jebb's volume on Bentley in the English Men of Letters, is just ready.
Swinburne is writing the article on Mary Stuart for the Encyclopaedia Brittanica.
Henry James, Jr., has rewritten part of his novel. "Roderick Hudson," and a new edition embodying the corrections is soon to appear.
The main part of the translation of the last two volumes of Von Holst's "Constitutional History of the United States," recently published, was performed by Paul Shorey, '78. The translation is much commended.
The famous "Boke of St. Alban's," the earliest work on field sports in the English language, was on sale in London recently for the first time during the course of this century. It was bought by Mr. Quaritch for 600 guineas.
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