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Au interesting historica! paper in the August Wide Awake will be "The Las of the Wampanoag8," in which Pamela McArthur Colé describes the Princesa Teweelema and certain direct living descemtants of the oíd New Er.gland chieftaiD, Massasoit. D. Lothrop Company have just issued ncw editions of the bound volume of Wide Awake for the llrst half of 1890; of the "Mother's Record" of Baby's growtli and progresa toward childhood; of Chap!ai:i Clark's " Boy Life in the U. S. Navy" and its sequel, "Naval Cadet Bently ;" and of Margaret Sidney's popular, books, "Five Little Peppers" and "The Little Red Shop." "The Perila and Romance of Whaling" is the title of an artlcle hy OustavKobbé, to be published In the M kleum me r (August) Century. It Is composed largely ol anecdotes of whaling experiences, much of the material for the article haylng been gathered f rom log books, old newspapers, and records in the posacssion of F C. Sanford of Nantucket. It is illustrated by three full-page engravings and a nutr.ber of smaller picturea. Common Sense applled to the TarilT Queation is the title of two important papers by Edward Atklnson, on the revisión of the tarlff, which will appear in the August and September numbers of the Popular Science Monthly. Mr. Atkinson regards the laying of duties and excisea as a business matter, and hls lirst article is full of business considerations which he malntains should govern the dircctiou that tarifl' reform is to take.


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