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Littell's Living Age
(Volume 134)

No. 1725. — July 7, 1877.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Life and Times of Thomas Becket - Part I., by James Anthony Froude, Nineteenth Century
  2. Pauline - Part VI., by L. B. Walford, author of "Mr. Smith,"etc., Blackwood's Magazine
  3. Twenty Years of African Travel, Blackwood's Magazine
  4. Green Pastures and Piccadilly - Part XIX., by William Black, author of "The Adventures of a Phaeton," "The Princess of Thule," etc., Examiner
  5. Genius and Vanity, Cornhill Magazine
  6. A Great Sea-Wave, Spectator
  7. North-Country Fishermen, Pall Mall Gazette

Poetry.

Ave Maria. A Breton Legend, by Alfred Austin, Cornhill Magazine


No. 1726. — July 14, 1877.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Pedigrees and Pedigree-Makers, by Edward A. Freeman, Contemporary Review,
  2. The Marquis of Lossie - Part XX., by George Mac Donald, author of "Malcolm," etc., Advance Sheets
  3. Voltaire in the Netherlands, from the Dutch of Jhr. C.A. van Sypesteyn, Temple Bar
  4. Pauline - Part VII., by L. B. Walford, author of "Mr. Smith," etc., Advance Sheets
  5. Mordecai: a Protest against the Critics, by Joseph Jacobs, a Jew, Macmillan's Magazine
  6. Green Pastures and Piccadilly - Part XX., by William Black, author of "The Adventures of a Phaeton," "The Princess of Thule," etc., Examiner
  7. Popular Errors, Pall Mall Gazette
  8. Little Tortures, Liberal Review
  9. William Caxton, Fireside
  10. A New Stimulant - Pitury, Nature

Poetry.

Thisbe, by J. R. S., Blackwood's Magazine
A Hope, by Alfred Church, Spectator
To Victor Hugo, by Alfred Tennyson, Nineteenth Century

No. 1727. — July 21, 1877.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Maoris and Kanakas, by David Wedderburn, Fortnightly Review
  2. Pauline - Part VII., by L. B. Walford, author of "Mr. Smith,"etc., Blackwood's Magazine
  3. Georges D'Amboise, by C. C. J., Temple Bar
  4. The Marquis of Lossie - Part XXI., by George Macdonald, author of "Malcolm," etc., Advance Sheets
  5. A Leaf of Eastern History, Fortnightly Review
  6. Green Pastures and Piccadilly - Part XXI., by William Black, author of "The Adventures of a Phaeton," "The Princess of Thule," etc., Examiner
  7. Crema and the Crucifix, by J. A. S., Cornhill Magazine
  8. The Results of the Intention of the Sewing-Machine, Economist
  9. The Dog of the Barracks, by L. H., Leisure Hour
  10. Japanese Mirrors, by R. W. Atkinson, University of Tokyo, Japan, Nature
  11. A Dog Aiding in Smuggling, by L. H., Leisure Hour

Poetry.

No More Sea, by J. I. L., Argosy
Is the Story Told, by J. R. S., Blackwood's Magazine
Blackwood's Magazine, by A. C. C., Good Words
Lord Justice Mellish, Spectator


No. 1728. — July 28, 1877.[edit]

Contents.

  1. George Sand, by Matthew Arnold, Fortnightly Review
  2. The Marquis of Lossie - Part XXII., by George Macdonald, author of "Malcolm," etc., Advance Sheets
  3. Is the Moon Dead?, Cornhill Magazine
  4. Carita - Part XVII., by Mrs. Oliphant, author of "Chronicles of Carlingford," "Zaidee," etc., Cornhill Magazine
  5. Green Pastures and Piccadilly - Part XXII., by William Black, author of "The Adventures of a Phaeton," "The Princess of Thule," etc., Examiner

Poetry.

Two Women
Caroline Elizabeth Sarah Norton (Lady Stirling-Maxwell)
Mary Carpenter

Miscellany.

Fossil Hippopotamus
Pan-Anglican synod
Electro-Magnetic Theory of Light
Manifesto of the Czar
Counter-Manifesto of the Sultan


No. 1729. — August 4, 1877.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Pascal and Montaigne, by the late Professor Grote, Contemporary Review
  2. The Little Old Man of the Batignolles - Part I., A Chapter from a Detective's Memoirs, translated from the French of Emile Gaborain
  3. The Egyptian Campaign in Abyssinia, from the Notes of a Staff-Officer, Blackwood's Magazine
  4. Pauline - Part IX., by L. B. Walford, author of "Mr. Smith,"etc., Blackwood's Magazine
  5. The Planet of War, Cornhill Magazine
  6. Green Pastures and Piccadilly - Part XXIII., by William Black, author of "The Adventures of a Phaeton," "The Princess of Thule," etc., Examiner
  7. Miss Mary Carpenter, Spectator
  8. Notes on the Geographical Distribution of Animals, by W. F. Kirby, assistant naturalist, museum, Royal Dublin Society, Popular Science Review
  9. Japanese Children, by W. D. Cox, A.C.P., Member of the Asiatic Society of Japan, Spectator
  10. The Debate on the Sale of Livings, Spectator
  11. Parliaments, Saturday Review
  12. A New Zealand Divine on Early Closing, Otago Daily Times

Poetry.

Switzerland, viâ Paris And Neuchatel, by Blomfield Jackson, Spectator
Spring's Secret, by C. Brooke, Good Words

Miscellany.

Disturbance of the London Shipping Trade, Echo
Lawyers' Bags


No. 1730. — August 11, 1877.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Virgil, as a Link between the Ancient and Modern World, by Julia Wedgwood, Contemporary Review
  2. The Little Old Man of the Batignolles - Part II., A Chapter from a Detective's Memoirs, translated from the French of Emile Gaborain
  3. Morality in Politics, by the Duke of Argyll, Contemporary Review
  4. Pauline - Part X., by L. B. Walford, author of "Mr. Smith,"etc., Blackwood's Magazine
  5. Life and Times of Thomas Becket - Part II., by James Anthony Froude, Nineteenth Century
  6. Green Pastures and Piccadilly - Part XXIV., by William Black, author of "The Adventures of a Phaeton," "The Princess of Thule," etc., Examiner
  7. Dresden China and its Manufactory at Meissen, Saxony, Blackwood's Magazine
  8. The Peak in Darien: the Riddle of Death, by Frances Power Cobbe, New Quarterly Review
  9. Unsuspected Ways of Earning a Livelihood, Chambers' Journal
  10. Famous English Printers, Globe
  11. Good Matches, Truth
  12. On the Trees and Shrubs of the South of France which Perish in Severe Winters, Popular Science Review

Poetry.

Variations
I. - Outward Bound, by C. Brooke, Good Words
II. - Spring is here, by C. Brooke, Good Words
The Right Hon. Sir George Mellish
June, by H. G. Hewlett, Spectator
A Woman's "No", by F. James, Good Words


No. 1731. — August 18, 1877.[edit]

Contents.

  1. The First Lord Abinger and the Bar, Quarterly Review
  2. The Duke's Piper: A Story of the West Highlands, Chambers' Journal
  3. A Princess's Moonlight Flitting, Temple Bar
  4. An Apology for Idlers, by R. L. S., Cornhill Magazine
  5. A Peculiar Holiday, Fraser's Magazine
  6. Lux in Tenebris, Spectator
  7. Ancient Modes of Embalming the Dead, Sunday at Home
  8. Distances of the Stars, Popular Science Review

Poetry.

The Melancholy Ocean, by O., Spectator
Lenachluten, by H. K. W., Chambers' Journal
A City Weed, Chambers' Journal
Sleep, by J. R. S., Blackwood's Magazine


No. 1732. — August 25, 1877.[edit]

Contents.

  1. The Life and Correspondence of Kleber, Edinburgh Review
  2. Fanchette, the Goat of Boulainvilliers. An Episode of the Siege of Paris, Chambers' Journal
  3. North-Country Naturalists, Edinburgh Review
  4. Discovery of Lamb's "Poetry for Children", by R. Herne Sheperd, Gentleman's Magazine
  5. Bassano, Fraser's Magazine
  6. Green Pastures and Piccadilly - Part XXV., by William Black, author of "The Adventures of a Phaeton," "The Princess of Thule," etc., Harper's Bazar
  7. Diamonds, Spectator

Poetry.

A Protest, by Emily Pfeiffer, Spectator
A Burial at Highgate, by E. H. P., Spectator
"Harmony", by A. Matheson, Spectator

Miscellany.

The Cycloscope, Proc. Roy. Soc. April 19, No. 189, p. 157
Capturing Ostriches, Newspaper Paragraph


No. 1733. — September 1, 1877.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Venice Defended, Edinburgh Review
  2. Green Pastures and Piccadilly - Part XXVI., by William Black, author of "The Adventures of a Phaeton," "The Princess of Thule," etc., Harper's Bazar
  3. Life and Times of Thomas Becket - Part III., by James Anthony Froude, Nineteenth Century
  4. Carita - Part XVIII., by Mrs. Oliphant, author of "Chronicles of Carlingford," "Zaidee," etc., Cornhill Magazine
  5. A Scottish "Elia", by John Service, D. D., Macmillan's Magazine
  6. King John of Ethiopia, Spectator
  7. An Obsolete Virtue, Examiner
  8. About Bees, Ladies' Treasury

Poetry.

Regained, by E. Conder Gray, Good Words
Died Happy, Good Words
Sonnet, by St. Loe, Spectator
To the Empress of India, by A. Maikoff, Macmillan's Magazine


No. 1734. — September 8, 1877.[edit]

Contents.

  1. The England of Elizabeth, Edinburgh Review
  2. Pauline - Part XI., by L. B. Walford, author of "Mr. Smith,"etc., Blackwood's Magazine
  3. Nelson in the Bay of Naples, by A Wandering Englishman, Blackwood's Magazine
  4. Green Pastures and Piccadilly - Part XXVII., by William Black, author of "The Adventures of a Phaeton," "The Princess of Thule," etc., Harper's Bazar
  5. Harriet Martineau, by W. R. Greg, Nineteenth Century
  6. Norway and the Maelstrom, by A. W. Hunt, Spectator
  7. General Impressions, Saturday Review
  8. Mr. Pongo, Spectator
  9. The Mongoose, Chambers' Journal
  10. Mushroom Cultivation in Japan, Chambers' Journal
  11. The Protection of Iron against Rust, Popular Science Review

Poetry.

A Sylvan Reverie, Pall Mall Gazette
Morning-Glory, Transcript


No. 1735. — September 15, 1877.[edit]

Contents.

  1. A Chapter on the French Renaissance, by E. F. S. Pattison, Contemporary Review,
  2. Pauline - Part XII., by L. B. Walford, author of "Mr. Smith," etc., Advance Sheets
  3. Murat as King of Naples, by a Wandering Englishman, Blackwood's Magazine
  4. Green Pastures and Piccadilly - Part XXVIII., by William Black, Harper's Bazar
  5. John and Sarah Kemble, Temple Bar
  6. Concerning the Longest Day, by A. K. H. B., Fraser's Magazine
  7. Pictures in Holland, on and off Canvas, by F. P. Verney, Contemporary Review
  8. Electricity in War, by H. Baden Pritchard, Nature
  9. A Lonely Bit of England, Spectator

Poetry.

To the Blue Gentian on a High Alp, by Richard Glover, M.A., Sunday Magazine
Patience, by Henry Burton, Sunday Magazine
Sunshine, by Frances Ridley Havergal, Sunday Magazine
Near Shore, Transcript


No. 1736. — September 22, 1877.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Oxford Gossip in the Seventeenth Century, Quarterly Review
  2. Pauline - Part XIII., by L. B. Walford, author of "Mr. Smith,"etc., Blackwood's Magazine
  3. The Trial of Jesus Christ, by Alex. Taylor Innes, Contemporary Review
  4. Green Pastures and Piccadilly - Part XXIX., by William Black, author of "The Adventures of a Phaeton," "The Princess of Thule," etc., Harper's Bazar
  5. A Plea for a Rational Education, by M. E. Grant Duff, Fortnightly Review
  6. Money-Orders, Spectator
  7. Impressions of a Meeting-House, by X., Spectator
  8. An Algerian Inland Sea, Nature
  9. The Future of England, Spectator

Poetry.

Loaded Wains, All The Year Round
A Windy Evening, by Thomas S. Collier, Transcript
When the Grass shall Cover Me, Transcript


No. 1737. — September 29, 1877.[edit]

Contents.

  1. The Sibylline Books, Edinburgh Review
  2. Pauline - Part XIV., by L. B. Walford, author of "Mr. Smith," etc., Blackwood's Magazine
  3. Lucian, Cornhill Magazine
  4. Green Pastures and Piccadilly - Part XXX., by William Black, author of "The Adventures of a Phaeton," "The Princess of Thule," etc., Harper's Bazar
  5. Spanish Barracks and Hospitals, Temple Bar
  6. The Colorado Beetle, Spectator
  7. The Pace of Mind, Spectator
  8. The Changes of Color in the Chameleon, Chambers' Journal
  9. Supposition that Sunlight can be Condensed, Popular Science Review

Poetry.

Random Chords
I. - Alone, by Lady E. Campbell, Good Words
II. - "Requiescat", by Lady E. Campbell, Good Words
Alpine Heights, by Beatrix L. Tollemache, Spectator
To Hermione, Macmillan's Magazine
Siesta, by W. D. S., Temple Bar