The Esperanto Gazette for the spreadingof the International Language....Edited by H. BOLINGBROKE MUDIE.
o manifest perfect style. (Price 3s., post free, from the Librarian, Esperanto Club).
Another most useful publication is "Komercaj Leteroj," edited by Messrs. Berthelot & Lambert, which will certainly facilitate the use of the language among our commercial friends. It contains 34 letters on divers matters, and a vocabulary in Esperanto, French, German, and English. (Price 7d., post free).
Mr. Rhodes has sent us a copy of his new Key to the Ekzercaro. It is a good little work, and all Esperantists who have the Ekzercaro will certainly be wise in sending 2-1/2d. for its translation into English. Mr. Rhodes has also commenced a translation of Bunyan's Pilgrim's Progress, and probably our readers will soon see a specimen in The Esperantist. Another specimen we hope to print is from the translation of the Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam, done by our busy fellow-worker, Mr. Ben Elmy. Although it is to be regretted that Esperantists, so clever as are these experts, do n