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'THE STRAND MAGAZINE."

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'THE STRAND MAGAZINE." September, 1915. The Strange 'Case of Dr. Minor" is the title of ,anartide in the September "Strand," which is sure to arouse the liveliest curiosity among all classes of read-exs, but more especially those interested in the world of books. This extraordinary sltory-one of the strangest that has, 'been 'told for many a long day—concerns the late Sir James. Murray, the editor of the famous Dictionary bearing his name, who discovered some years ago- that one of his most valued contributors was an inmate of Broadmoor Asylum, who had stood his trial for murder! The article is one oif unique interest which no -one should miis-s. Oither (features in a well-varied number include "The Depths of Our Lakes and Seas," from which one :,earn, with surprise that many of the 'Scottish lochs, exceed in depth the average depth of the North .Sea; "Rambling I,Reminiscences." by Mr. H. B. Irving and his wife (Dorothea Baird), illustrated with many scarce early portraits and an article of un- usual interest on The Va'u,e of Birds to Man." Tn fiction, it need harclly be said, the number is very strong, (among the authors included being Richard Marsh. Barry Pain. and O. Henry; whEe in Bogdan Shipkin" we have a war story from the Russian which few will read without emotion.