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REVIEW OF .PUBLICATIONS. FOOTBALL THE RUGBY UNION GAME." Part 7 of Football: The Rugby Union Game, illustrated, edited by the Rev F. Marshall, con- tinues to be issued by Messrs Casaell and Company, Limited, La Belle Sanvage, London, E.C., at the price of sixpence. Part seven describes Rugby football at Oxford and Cambridge, as well as metropolitan-football. The series arc thoroughly entertaining in everything dealt with. and the reader's interest is promptly aroused in perusal. Dealing with the commencement of the Rugby game at Cambridge, the writer states that In 1861 a few old Rugby boys started their favourite game at Cambridge, and were looked upon as little less than mad qxJn by the majority of Can tabs of that day. The great athletic revival was then beginning to spread over the kingdom, and in spite of the ridicule bestowal on i;, at Cambridge, football made considerable headway and the players increased." In the article oa Metropolitan Football." the contributor gives it as his (.pinion that the of the failure of conuty i'aattiall in. the. metr-ipoUs is not difficult to ritaguo.ee. It is. he says," simply that Middlesex, Kent, and Murray aiv }i*>t from a. football point of view coiliities bur, that the three form an aggregate Loader, th.- three counties having become merged in the metropolis." Part seven is complete with fuil-msred excellent photographs of different teams connected \v i t'n the articles, together with scenes from tlv game and portraits of different players. Footb dl may be obtained of Messrs Outsell and Company, or per order of any bookseller. wonK," The April number of the illustrated journal for mechanics, tV(I" iEt before the public, and contains detailed instructions in a large variety of useful subjects. How to make a blacksmith's apron, coal gas, camera stand, electric stand, hanging cabinet, to improve plain chimney pieces, to make the harmonograph pattern for short leg, sheep troughs, ventriloquial dolls, and Madeira open- work baskets are some of the branches of mechanical art dealt with. Lessons are also given in wood-turning and in mounting rock sections, together with notes on the work world and a second-year's course in wood-work. No one who has a taste for mechanism of any kind should be without Cassell and Company's deservedly popular monthly edition of Work, price sixpence, obtain- able of all booksellers and stationers.

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