THE DANCE OF DEATH. .)/ cession or dance, and allows the " Doings " to go forth on their merits. These merits are less abundant than the feeblenesses of the work, though it is interesting as a distinct accentuation of the decadence of design in the particular subject. The blocks illustrating this work are a series found in a northern printing office many years ago. They seem to be of considerable age, and are somewhat close copies of Holbein's designs so far as they go, but in which of the hundred editions (apparently one of the Latin editions) they originally appeared, has not to the present been ascertained. Holbein, 14951554. Hollar. 16071677. J. Bewick,17501795.