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FORTY SHILLINGS FOR THE FRANCHISE.

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The Quiver has created a record among the popular magazines of the day by reach- ing its FIYE HUNDREDTH NUMBER in its June C, issue. Congratulations from many notable people on such an interesting event appear in the Magazine. By a pathetic coincidence the last story written by Ian Maclaren is published in The Ouiver," and is un- doubtedly one of his best pieces of work, being a touching story of an event in the Boer War. Allen Raine, one of the most popular story writers of the day, contributes a story entitled, Home, Sweet Home." Miss Jane T. Stoddart describes in a very bright manner the various interviews which she has had with religious leaders, and the article is illustrated with their portraits. Madame Clara Butt has written a charming article on her life as a singer, and the Dean of Norwich discourses on Heart, Melody, and Song." A new serial story by the author of J. Cole (a book which has had a great popularity) commences in this number, and the serial by Katherine Tynan continues its course. The life-story of Mr. C. T. Studd, cricketer and missionary, is one of many features in the FIVE HUNDREDTH NUMBER of The Quiver." Canon Teign- mouth Shore and Dr. Bonavia Hunt, previous editors of the Magazine, relate some re- miniscences of the past forty-five years of itsr history.

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