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Messrs Cassell and Co's issues for this month are all got up with that exquisite finish and taste for which the firm is so well known. The History of England has now reached the events embraced in the year 1871, and contains splendid woodcuts of I J. M. W. Turner, R.A., the Albert Memorial, Here- ford Cathedral, Mr W. P. Firth, R.A., Sir Edwin Lsndseer, R.A., and other well-known personages. The History of the Franco-German War is also drawing to a close, and will be a standing work on this important war. The History of the Dog con- taim a beautiful portrait of St Bernard Abbess the property of Mr Fred Grcsham, and also a plate portrait of German poodles. British Ferns contain beautiful sp-cim ns of the Lomaria spicant. The History oj: Protestantism has a full page plate of Ulric Zwiugle, taken from Rolf's "Lives of the Principal R<-f. rmers," and als) that of Join 0Te latnpadius and Bullinger.. The work is also other- wise very nicely illustrated. The Natural History is proving an excellent work. The Quiver has an rxeellent skelch of Daniel Rowlands, of Llangeiiho, which will be peculiarly interesting to readers in the Principality. The Divine Comedy of Dante continues to be got up in first elass style. The British Workman and Band of Hope contain some excellent reading. The World of Fashion for July is a most fashionable magazine. Mrs Leach's Practical Family Dressmaker for July contains 60 illustrations, with plain descrip- tions how to cut out and make the neatest, most economical, and fashionable costumes, dolmans, &c. Puhlished at two-penee. The Red Dragon for July is a very readable periodical, and contains a paper on "Sir Richard Trevor" (with portrait), and an excellent article on I he present condition of the Welsh nation," from the pen of Mr D. C. Davies, F.G.S. The story of "What cannot love do," is still continued, and is full of interest. Other interesting papers treat on "Llywarch Hen," by the editor The Islands of of the blest," The phantom wrecker," The Monuments of Avebury and Stonehenge," A Spanish bull fight," &c.

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