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REVIEW OF PUBLICATIONS. OASSELL'S ILLUSTRATED HISTORY OF THE BOER WAR. Part 17 of Cassell's Illustrated History of the Boer War is to hand. The cover contains a strik- ing portrait of General Sir John French, K.C.B. The number before us carries the war from the preparations for Lord Roberts' great advance to the entry into Kroonstadt and the relief of Mafe- king, and it is a singular coincident that this memorable stage should have reached us just at the time when, only a few rays ago, General Baden Powell was at our doors receiving the I freedom of Cardiff. The views embraced in the number include Cavalry advancing over rough ground a welcome drink from a native the Artillery threatened with a Boer charge the Highlanders capture some prisoners Lord Roberts and his staff native grooms crouching over a camp fire sabres were flashing in the moonlight the guards' march into Kroonstad an underground officer at Mafeking setting fire to the inflammable huts in the advance trenches &c. The volume will be completed in 30 parts, the inflammable huts in the advance trenches &c. The volume will be completed in 30 parts, the price of each Dumber being 6d. The pub- lishers of this splendid historical work are Messrs Cassell and Company, Limited, London, Paris. New York, and Melbourne.

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