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Littell's Living Age
(Volume 135)

No. 1738. — October 6, 1877.[edit]

Contents.

  1. The Scientific Movement and Literature, by Edward Dowden, Contemporary Review
  2. The Princess Paolini, Cornhill Magazine
  3. Life and Times of Thomas Becket - Part IV., by James Anthony Froude, Nineteenth Century
  4. Green Pastures and Piccadilly - Part XXXI., by William Black, author of "The Adventures of a Phaeton," "The Princess of Thule," etc., Harper's Bazar
  5. A Study of Lower Life, Cornhill Magazine
  6. German Society Forty Years Since, by Janet Ross, Macmillan's Magazine
  7. The Poetry of September, Cornhill Magazine,
  8. Quiet People, Saturday Review

Poetry.

The Old Fish-Pond, Good Words
The Smile and the Sigh, Macmillan's Magazine
My Sweetheart, by T. P., Chambers' Journal
A Conceit, by Thomas S. Collier


No. 1739. — October 13, 1877.[edit]

Contents.

  1. The Colors of Animals and Plants - Part I., by A. R. Wallace, Macmillan's Magazine
  2. Doris Barugh. A Yorkshire Story - Part I., by Katharine S. MacQuoid, the author of "Patty", Good Words
  3. Samuel Warren, Blackwood's Magazine
  4. French Chateaux of the Renaissance (1460-1547), by Mrs. Mark Pattison, Contemporary Review
  5. Green Pastures and Piccadilly - Part XXXII., by William Black, author of "The Adventures of a Phaeton," "The Princess of Thule," etc., Harper's Bazar
  6. Interesting People, Saturday Review
  7. The Chemical Composition of the Flesh of the Halibut, American Journal of Science

Poetry.

In Memoriam, Punch
September, New York Evening Mail


No. 1740. — October 20, 1877.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Lord Falkland and his Modern Critics, Church Quarterly Review
  2. Doris Barugh. A Yorkshire Story - Part II., by Katharine S. MacQuoid, the author of "Patty", Good Words
  3. Prussian History, by J. R. Seeley, Macmillan's Magazine
  4. Green Pastures and Piccadilly - Part XXXIII., by William Black, author of "The Adventures of a Phaeton," "The Princess of Thule," etc., Harper's Bazar
  5. Commodore Goodenough, R.N., by Alex. Maclead Symington, Good Words
  6. Africa "Translated", Spectator
  7. A Hidden Life, by H. A. Page, Good Words
  8. M. Thiers as an Historian, by G. Monod, Academy
  9. M. Thiers' Will, Academy

Poetry.

The Flight of the Swallows, by W. C. Bennett, Sunday Magazine
A Contrast, by John Dennis, Spectator
Hymn, by Henry Downton, Sunday Magazine
Love's Arrows, by St. Loe Strachey, Macmillan's Magazine

Miscellany.

Influence of Light on the Electric Resistance of Metals, Popular Science Review
The Electric Candle, Comtes Rendus, No. 16, April 17, 1877


No. 1741. — October 27, 1877.[edit]

Contents.

  1. The Science of Electricity as Applied in Peace and War, Quarterly Review
  2. Doris Barugh. A Yorkshire Story - Part III., by Katharine S. MacQuoid, the author of "Patty", Good Words
  3. On the Discovery of Oxygen in the Sun, by Richard A. Proctor, Contemporary Review
  4. Green Pastures and Piccadilly - Part XXXIV., by William Black, author of "The Adventures of a Phaeton," "The Princess of Thule," etc., Harper's Bazar
  5. Glamor, Queen

Poetry.

Translations from Heine, by Theodore Martin, Blackwood's Magazin
"Mein Kind, wir waren Kinder"
"Und wüssten's die Blumen, die Kleinen"
"Sie haben heut' Abend Gesellschaft"
"Die Jahre kommen und gehen"
Lines to a Teacup


No. 1742. — November 3, 1877.[edit]

Contents.

  1. The Trial of Jesus Christ - Part II. - The Roman Trial, by Alex. Taylor Innes, Contemporary Review
  2. Doris Barugh. A Yorkshire Story - Part IV., by Katharine S. MacQuoid, the author of "Patty", Good Words
  3. Massinger, Cornhill Magazine
  4. Green Pastures and Piccadilly - Part XXXV., by William Black, author of "The Adventures of a Phaeton," "The Princess of Thule," etc., Harper's Bazar
  5. The Irony Of Life, Blackwood's Magazine
  6. La Grande Dame de L'ancien Regime, by Augusta L. Cadogan, Macmillan's Magazine
  7. Great Men at Play, Globe

Poetry.

A Mother's Thoughts by her Child, by M. E. P., Sunday Magazine
Loch Carron, Western Highlands, Cornhill Magazine
The Frigid Zone, by Carl Spencer, Spectator
October, by Henry G. Hewlett, Spectator


No. 1743. — November 10, 1877.[edit]

Contents.

  1. The Color-Sense, by Rt. Hon. Rt. Hon. W. E. Gladstone, Nineteenth Century
  2. Doris Barugh. A Yorkshire Story - Part V., by Katharine S. MacQuoid, the author of "Patty", Good Words
  3. The Colors of Animals and Plants - Part II., by A. R. Wallace, Macmillan's Magazine
  4. Green Pastures and Piccadilly - Part XXXVI., by William Black, author of "The Adventures of a Phaeton," "The Princess of Thule," etc., Harper's Bazar
  5. The School of Giorgione, by William H. Pater, Fortnightly Review
  6. The Supernatural Element in Shakespeare, Westminster Review
  7. Mr. Ruskin's Unique Dogmatism, Spectator
  8. Lost in Magellan's Straits, by a Correspondent, Chambers' Journal
  9. The Scenery and the People of Lewis, by Annie H. Macdonell, Spectator
  10. The Electric Conductivity of Water, Popular Science Review

Poetry.

The Song of Patience, by M., Golden Hours
Sweet Love and I, by A. C. S., Chamber's Journal

Miscellany.

Why is the Climate of Europe growing Colder

No. 1744. — November 17, 1877.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Walter Bagehot, by R. H. Hutton, Fortnightly Review
  2. Green Pastures and Piccadilly - Part XXXVII., 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 V., by James Anthony Froude, Nineteenth Century
  4. Da Capo - Part I., by Miss Thackeray, Advance Sheets
  5. On the Comparative Stupidity of Politicians, by H., Fraser's Magazine
  6. Doris Barugh. A Yorkshire Story - Part VI., by Katharine S. MacQuoid, the author of "Patty", Good Words
  7. Mr. Bryce's Ascent of Mount Ararat, Spectator
  8. Convalescence, Saturday Review

Poetry.

The Deserted Garden, by Julia Goddard, Chamber's Journal


No. 1745. — November 24, 1877.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Pre-Christian Dispensaries and Hospitals, Westminster Review
  2. Da Capo - Part II., by Miss Thackeray, Advance Sheets
  3. Lord Chancellors and Chief Justices since Lord Campbell, by Rev. F. Arnold, New Quarterly Review
  4. Green Pastures and Piccadilly - Part XXXVIII., by William Black, author of "The Adventures of a Phaeton," "The Princess of Thule," etc., Harper's Bazar
  5. The Restoration of the Ancient System of tank Irrigation in Ceylon, by R. Abbay, Nature
  6. Erica - Part I., translated from the German of Frau von Ingersleben
  7. The Black Museum, Spectator
  8. William and Mary Howitt, Leisure Hour
  9. A Female Detective, European Mail
  10. The Mennonite Communists, Pall Mall Gazette

Poetry.

The Angels' Greeting, School and Home
Dead, yet Speaking, the author of "John Halifax, Gentleman,", Sunday Magazine
Bide a Wee, and Dinna Fret, by S. E. G., Leisure Hour
Gathered Roses, by F. W. Bourdillon, Spectator


No. 1746. — December 1, 1877.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Sir John Bowring, Westminster Review
  2. Doris Barugh. A Yorkshire Story - Part VII., by Katharine S. MacQuoid, the author of "Patty", Good Words
  3. The Story of an Indian Life, Edinburgh Review
  4. Erica - Part II., translated from the German of Frau von Ingersleben
  5. A Glimpse of Adrianople, Pall Mall Gazette
  6. On the Coming Winter, by Piazzi Smyth, Astronomer-Royal for Scotland, Nature

Poetry.

Between the Lines, All The Year Round
The Fall of the Year, by D. F., Chamber's Journal


No. 1747. — December 8, 1877.[edit]

Contents.

  1. The Court of the Grand Monarque, the author of "Mirabeau," etc., Temple Bar
  2. Green Pastures and Piccadilly - Part XXXIX., by William Black, author of "The Adventures of a Phaeton," "The Princess of Thule," etc., Harper's Bazar
  3. The Marshalate: a Chapter of French History May 1873 - October 1877, by E. D. J. Wilson, Nineteenth Century
  4. Doris Barugh. A Yorkshire Story - Part VIII., by Katharine S. MacQuoid, the author of "Patty", Good Words
  5. Prince Bismarck's Mother, by Albert D. Vandam, Tinsley's Magazine
  6. Erica - Part III., translated from the German of Frau von Ingersleben
  7. Singing Mice, by Joseph Sidebotham, Nature

Poetry.

Purgatory, from the French of Marie Jeuna, Month
At the Last, by James Berry Bensee, Transcript
Villanelle, by Emily Pfeiffer, Spectator


No. 1748. — December 15, 1877.[edit]

Contents.

  1. The Russians, the Turks, and the Bulgarians. At the Theatre of War, by Archd. Forbes, Nineteenth Century
  2. Erica - Part IV., translated from the German of Frau von Ingersleben
  3. M. Thiers: a Sketch From Life, By an English Pencil, by Emily Crawford, Macmillan's Magazine
  4. Green Pastures and Piccadilly - Part XL., by William Black, author of "The Adventures of a Phaeton," "The Princess of Thule," etc., Harper's Bazar
  5. Budhist Schools in Burmah, by P. Hordern, the Director of Public Instruction in British Burmah, Fraser's Magazine
  6. Da Capo - Part III., by Miss Thackeray, Advance Sheets
  7. The Motion of "Cirrus" Clouds, Academy

Poetry.

Sunflowers, All The Year Round
Adrift, by J. S. D., Spectator
Before the Winter, by Guy Roslyn, St. James

Miscellany.

A Note on "Scandalized Yards"


No. 1749. — December 22, 1877.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Some Sonnets of Campanella, by J. A. S., Cornhill Magazine
  2. Erica - Part V., translated from the German of Frau von Ingersleben
  3. Life and Times of Thomas Becket - Part VI., by James Anthony Froude, Nineteenth Century
  4. Da Capo - Part IV., by Miss Thackeray, Advance Sheets
  5. The Case of Lord Dundonald, by Arthur Arnold, Gentleman's Magazine
  6. Green Pastures and Piccadilly - Part XLI., by William Black, author of "The Adventures of a Phaeton," "The Princess of Thule," etc., Harper's Bazar
  7. A Mighty Sea-Wave, Cornhill Magazine
  8. The Sun's Distance, Nature

Poetry.

A Wail for the Whale, Punch
A Cry, by H. E. Clarke, Spectator
A Ballad of the "Thuner-See", by Emily Pfeiffer, Spectator


No. 1750. — December 29, 1877.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Books and Critics, by Mark Pattison, Fortnightly Review
  2. Doris Barugh. A Yorkshire Story - Part IX., by Katharine S. MacQuoid, the author of "Patty", Good Words
  3. Three Weeks with the Hop-Pickers, Fraser's Magazine
  4. Erica - Part VI., translated from the German of Frau von Ingersleben
  5. Andersen's Friendships, by Annie Wood, Temple Bar
  6. The Czar's Clemency; a Polish Priest's Story, Cornhill Magazine
  7. Lawful English, Examiner
  8. The Causes of the English Worship of Success, Spectator

Poetry.

A Picture, Tinsley's Magazine
My Flower, by L. S. Bevington, Examiner
Homeward, by H. M., Sunday Magazine
Indian Summer, by Kate M. Sherwood, Evening Post