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SIR GARNET WOLSELEY.1

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ART AND LITERARY GOSSIP.

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ART AND LITERARY GOSSIP. W. are informed that the Manchester Critic will in future be known as the Reform Gazette alldMan- chester Critic, and that it will be published in London as well as as Manchester. MR. J. C. BUCKSTONB, the son of our veteran comedian of the Haymarket, has been meeting with gratifying success at the Corinthian Theatre, Calcutta, and has made a special hit in the character of Nicholas Nickleby. "CLASSICAL Education and the Westminster Play, with special reference to the injurious results to high culture in our grammar schools arising from the action of the late Endowed Schools Commission," is the title of a letter addressed, by permission, to the Dean of Westminster by E. Gilbert Highton, Esq., which has just been published as a pamphlet by Messrs. E. Ourtice and Co., of Catherine-street, Strand. A raw literary weekly journal will be published at the close of the present month. It will contain, besides the usual critical and social matter, a supple- ment, consisting of fiction, biography, essay, and verse. In No. 1 Mr. Anthony Trollope will com- mence a new story; and Mr. Charles Reade, Mr. Blackmore, Mr. Robert Buchanan, Mr. Hardy, Mr. G. Barnett Smith, Mr. Jenkins, M.P., the Hon. Roden Noel, the authoress of the Queen of Connaught," Mr: John Dennis, Mr, W. H, Davenport Adams, and other well-known writers, will contribute to early numbers. A HUNGARIAN translation of Professor Max Miiller's Strasburg lecture, On the Results of the Science of Language," has just been published at Buda-Pestb, under the title Muller Miksa. A nyelvtudomony eredmenyei szerzo jovahagyasaval forditotta Edels- pacher Antal." THE Chief event of the week in French literature has been the publication of the second volume of M. V. Hugo's Histoire d'un Crime." It is divided into Le Massacre," La Vietoire," La Chute." THE report of Major Fielden, the naturalist of the Arctic Expedition, is now nearly completed, and will shortly make its appearance as a Parliamentary Paper, together with some interesting additional remarks by Sir George Nares. IT is rumoured (says Nature) that the Royal Geo- graphical Society is likejy soon to send out a new expedi- tion for the exploration of Africa. The region between Mombasa and Mount Kenia and Victoria Nyanza, is mentioned as the probable field of this expedition. THE Hibbert trustees have founded a lectureship on the theory, development, and history, of religion. The first series of seven lectures will be delivered by Professor Max Muller, M.A., On the Origin and Growth of Religion, as illustrated by the Religions of India." The lectures will be delivered at the Chapter House, Westminster Abbey (the use of which has been granted to the trustees), at five o'clock in the after- noon on the last Thursday in April, the five Thursdays in May, and the first Thursday in June. I

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