General Joseph S. Gallieni, former minister of war of France, died at Versailles on May 27, universally mourned by the French, who regarded him as the saviour of Paris in the critical days of August-September, 1914, when he was military governor of Paris and commander of the intrenched camp.
"Dyslalia Viewed as a Centre Asthenia" was the title of a paper read by Dr. Walter B. Swift, Boston. Reserved for Publication. Published in the August-September number, p. 153, of this Journal. DR. WILLIAM A. WHITE, Washington, D. C., spoke of his interest in the paper and his agreement with it.
The British Museum possesses several fine specimens of these glazed-ware coffins. See above, p. 158, and fig. 49. M. Stanislas GUYARD published a translation of this passage in the Journal asiatique, for May-June, 1880, p. 514; some terms which had remained doubtful, were explained by M. AMIAUD, in the same journal for August-September, 1881, p. 237. HERODOTUS, i. 187.
DE BALZAC. PARIS, August-September, 1846. One day, about the middle of July 1838, one of the carriages, then lately introduced to Paris cabstands, and known as Milords, was driving down the Rue de l'Universite, conveying a stout man of middle height in the uniform of a captain of the National Guard.