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 Works by the same Author
THE MALAY ARCHIPELAGO. The Land of the Orang-
Utan and the Bird of Paradise. A Narrative of Travel, with
{Studies of Man and Nature. With Maps and Illustrations.
Third and cheaper edition. 12mo. $2.00.
The result is a vivid picture of tropical life, which may be read with unflag-
ging interest, and a sufficient amount of his scientific conclusions to stimulate
our appetite without wearying us by detail. Indeed, we may safely say that
we have never read a more agreeable book of its kind. Saturday Kei'iew.
BAD TIMES. An Essay on the present Depression of Trade,
tracing it to its source in enormous Foreign Loans, excessive
War Expenditure, the increase of Speculation and of Million-
aires, and the Depopulation of the Rural Districts. With sug-
gested Remedies. 12mo. 75 cents.
No intelligent reader of his book can fail to gain a better comprehension of
the social problem of to-day, or fail to receive a certain inspiration from the sug-
gestive treatment which Mr. Wallace has given to the subject. Chicago News.
Scientific
NATURAL INHERITANCE. By FRANCIS GAI.TOX, F.R.S.,
author of " English Men of Science : their Nature and Nurture,"
etc. 8vo. $2.50.
BY THE SAME AUTHOR.
ENGLISH MEN OF SCIENCE: their Nature and Nur-
ture. 8vo. $3.00.
INQUIRIES INTO HUMAN FACULTY AND ITS DE-
VELOPMENT. With Illustrations and Plates. 8vo. $3.00.
RECORD OF FAMILY FACULTIES. Consisting of Tabu-
lar Forms and Directions for entering Data. 4to. 90 cents.
LIFE HISTORY ALBUM. Being a Personal Note-Book, a
Register of Height, Weight, and other Anthropometrical Obser-
vations, and a Record of Illnesses. 4to. $1.25.
GLEANINGS IN SCIENCE. A series of Popular Lectures on
Scientific Subjects. By the Rev GKKALD MOLLOY, D.D., D.Sc.,
Rector of the Catholic University of Ireland, sometime Fellow
of the Royal Society. With Illustrations 8vo. $2.25
THE CIVILIZATION OF SWEDEN IN HEATHEN
TIMES. By OSCAR MONTELIUS, Ph.D. Translated from the
Second Swedish Edition (revised and enlarged by the author),
by Rev. F. H. WOODS, B.D. With map and 205 Illustrations.
8vo. S4.00.
Although the book deals only with the progress of the early inhabitants of
Sweden, it is not less interesting, as all archaeology tends to show that there
has been a remarkably similar process of development, not only among Euro-
pean peoples, but among all racrs of the world. Therefore the author's clear
and succinct account of the progress of this people will give the student a clear
notion of the successive stages of civilization through which man has passed.
Science.
MACMILLAN & CO., NEW YORK.