"Has thee seen the new book by the author of 'Mr. In the same breath he adds: "I have been reading 'The Freedom of Faith, by the author of 'On the Threshold, just published by Houghton & Co. It is refreshing and tonic as the northwest wind. The writer is one of the leaders of the new departure from the ultra-Calvinism. Thank thee just here for the pleasure of reading Annie Keary's biography.

See Keary's "Outlines of Primitive Belief," 1882, p. 98. "Indo-European Tradition and Folk-lore," p. 159. "Mystic Trees and Shrubs," Fraser's Magazine, Nov. 1870, p. 599. "Sacred Trees and Flowers," Quarterly Review, July 1863, pp. 231, 232. "Myths and Myth Makers," p. 55. See "Flower Lore," pp. 38, 39. Kelly's "Indo-European Folk-lore," p. 179.

See Keary's "Outlines of Primitive Belief," 1882, pp. 66-7. Metam., viii. 714: "Frondere Philemona Baucis, Baucida conspexit senior frondere Philemon. ... 'Valeque, O conjux! dixere simul, simul abdita texit Ora frutex." Thorpe's "Northern Mythology," i. 290, iii. 271. Grimm's "Teut. Mythology," ii. 827. Cox and Jones' "Popular Romances of the Middle Ages," 1880, p. 139

Thanks to excellent staff work and good march discipline the troops reached their allotted position apparently undiscovered by the enemy, but while Keary's column was in position at daybreak, ready to support Kemball's attack, the latter's command did not reach the point selected for its deployment in the Dujailah depression until more than an hour later.

This delay was highly prejudicial to the success of the operation. When, nearly three hours later, Kemball's troops advanced to the attack, they were strongly opposed by the enemy from trenches cleverly concealed in the brushwood, and were unable to make further ground for some time, though assisted by Keary's attack upon the redoubt from the east.

They were carried, and twelve hours later the further line at Felahiyeh. Keary's Lahore division had been equally successful on the right bank; but a flood caused by the melting snows on the Armenian hills interposed to bar the way to the relief of Kut.