The famous little Shilling Library of crimson books, which Burns, Oates and Washbourne publish, now consists of 250 titles. Its authors include Archbishop Amigo; Mgr. Batiffol; Rene Bazin; R. H. Benson; Henri Bremond; Abbot Cabrol; Dom Bede Camm; Joseph Clayton; Martin d'Arcy, S.J.; the Cardinals Gasquet, Manning and Newman; Abbe Huvelin; Henri Joly: Shane Leslie; C. C. Martindale, S.J.; Francois Mauriac; Pere Plus, S.J.; Joseph Rickaby, S.J.; Francis Thompson; and Herbert Thurston, S.J.
The new additions include Fr. Martindale's The Apocalypse and his Goddess of Ghosts; Dr, Messenger's Rome and Reunion; Mr. John Eppstein's War Must Come'?; St. John Fisher's Defence of the Priesthood; Fr. Broderick, S.J., on Frederic Ozanau, and Fr. Mathews on St. Philip Neri; three more volumes by Abbot Blosius; and Cardinal Gasquet's Religio Religiosi.