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Littell's Living Age
(Volume 136)

No. 1751. — January 5, 1878.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Humming-Birds, by Alfred Russell Wallace, Fortnightly Review
  2. Erica - Part VII., translated from the German of Frau von Ingersleben
  3. Charlotte Bronte, Cornhill Magazine
  4. Doris Barugh. A Yorkshire Story – Part X., by Katharine S. MacQuoid, the author of "Patty", Good Words
  5. On the Hygienic Value of Plants in Rooms and the Open Air, by Prof. Max von Pettenkofer, Contemporary Review
  6. The Prince Consort's Savings, Spectator
  7. Heliogoland, by Annie Brassey, Macmillan's Magazine
  8. Forgetfulness, Spectator

Poetry.

Autumn, by M. C. C., Macmillan's Magazine
Vixi Puellis, by Austin Dobson, Spectator
An Unequal Game, Blackwood's Magazine
An October Garden, by Christina G. Rossetti, Athenæum
Fons Bandusiæ, Spectator
An Autumn Song, by Horace L. Nicholson, St. James's Magazine

Miscellany.

Determination of the Height of Clouds


No. 1752. — January 12, 1878.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Florence and the Medici - Part I., by J. A. Symonds, Fortnightly Review
  2. Doris Barugh. A Yorkshire Story – Part XI., by Katharine S. MacQuoid, the author of "Patty", Good Words
  3. Russian Aggression, as Specially Affecting Austria-Hungary and Turkey, by Louis Kossuth, Contemporary Review
  4. Erica - Part VIII., translated from the German of Frau von Ingersleben
  5. Within the Precincts - Part I., by Mrs. Oliphant, Advance Sheets
  6. Rugby Football, Tatler

Poetry.

A Summer Evening, by anon., Spectator
The Honest Farmer, Fraser's Magazine
A Man's Regret, Blackwood's Magazine
At her Door, by J. R. S., Blackwood's Magazine
A Moment, by F. W. B., Spectator

Miscellany.

Bright Spot on Saturn

No. 1753. — January 19, 1878.[edit]

Contents.

  1. The Ninety Years' Agony of France, by Prof. Goldwin Smith, Contemporary Review
  2. Erica - Part IX., translated from the German of Frau von Ingersleben
  3. The Celt of Wales and the Celt of Ireland, by F. P. C., Cornhill Magazine
  4. Macleod of Dare - Part I., by William Black, Advance Sheets
  5. The Story of Maximilian at Miramar and at Queretaro, by Victor Tissot, translated and abridged from advance sheets of, "A Travers L'Autriche"
  6. Modern Life and Insanity, by D. Hack Tuke, Macmillan's Magazine
  7. Smith's Poor Kin, Spectator
  8. Irrigation in India, Examiner
  9. Pepperiness, Spectator

Poetry.

The Northern Lights; a Norse Superstition, All The Year Round
Let Bygones be Bygones, Chambers' Journal
Valentine's Day, 1873, by Charles Kingsley, an Unpublished Poem, Macmillan's Magazine


No. 1754. — January 26, 1878.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Ulfilas, the Apostle of the Goths, Edinburgh Review
  2. Macleod of Dare - Part II., by William Black, Advance Sheets
  3. Hydrophobia and Rabies, by Thomas Watson, Nineteenth Century
  4. Within the Precincts - Part II., by Mrs. Oliphant, Advance Sheets
  5. Charles Dickens's Verse, Spectator
  6. Doris Barugh. A Yorkshire Story – Part XII., by Katharine S. MacQuoid, the author of "Patty", Good Words
  7. Charles Dickens's Manuscripts, Chambers' Journal
  8. Fetichism in Animals, by George J. Romanes, Nature
  9. Ruhmkorff, Nature

Poetry.

Holy Communion, by A. L. Waring, Sunday Magazine
Sleep, by Genevieve M. I. Irons, Sunday Magazine
The Beguiling of Merlin, by Frank T. Marzials, Examiner


No. 1755. — February 2, 1878.[edit]

Contents.

  1. France as a Military Power in 1870 and in 1878, by Sir Garnet Wolseley, Nineteenth Century
  2. Erica - Part X., translated from the German of Frau von Ingersleben
  3. The Greek Mind in Presence of Death, interpreted from Reliefs and Inscriptions on Athenian Tombs, by Percy Gardner, Contemporary Review
  4. The Czar's Clemency; a Polish Priest's Story - Part II., Cornhill Magazine
  5. The Little Health of Ladies, by Frances Power Cobbe, Contemporary Review
  6. The Decay of the Monarchical Principle, Spectator
  7. French Dinners, Saturday Review
  8. Short-Sight, by Frances Bell Taylor, M.D., F.R.C.S.E., Spectator

Poetry.

At Rouen, by M. B. E., Good Words
Cassandra's Speech, by E. Welsh, Spectator


No. 1757. — February 16, 1878.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Lord Melbourne, Quarterly Review
  2. Erica - Part XII., translated from the German of Frau von Ingersleben
  3. Congregational Singing, Cornhill Magazine
  4. Macleod of Dare - Part III., by William Black, Advance Sheets
  5. Murder of Commissioner Fraser - Delhi, 1835. A Tale of Circumstantial Evidence, Fraser's Magazine
  6. Dulcissima! Dilectissima! A Passage in the Life of an Antiquary, by R. Ferguson, Macmillan's Magazine

Poetry.

Motherhood, by S. K. Phillips, Tinsley's Magazine
A Japanese Love-Song, All The Year Round
The Bloom of the Heart, by Frederick Langbridge, Tinsley's Magazine


No. 1758. — February 23, 1878.[edit]

Contents.

  1. A French Critic on Goethe, by Matthew Arnold, Quarterly Review
  2. Within the Precincts - Part III., by Mrs. Oliphant, Advance Sheets
  3. Natural Religion - Part IX., Macmillan's Magazine
  4. Macleod of Dare - Part IV., by William Black, Advance Sheets
  5. The Great Fourfold Waterfall, by M. J. Walhouse, Fraser's Magazine
  6. An Oxford Lecture, by John Ruskin, Nineteenth Century
  7. The Cruelty of Pecuniary Crime, Spectator
  8. The Emotions Due to Christmas Bills, Spectator

Poetry.

A Florentine Carnival Song of the Sixteenth Century, by Antonio Alamanni, translated by J. A. S., Cornhill Magazine
"Say Not the Struggle Naught Availeth", by A. H. Clough
Sonnet, Evening Mail
Farewell, by W. S. Reed


No. 1759. — March 2, 1878.[edit]

Contents.

  1. March of an English Generation through Life, Quarterly Review
  2. Docteur Lavardin: a Sketch, by Mary Cross, Macmillan's Magazine
  3. Shakespeare in France, by John Doran, Nineteenth Century
  4. Erica - Part XIII., translated from the German of Frau von Ingersleben
  5. French Home Life: Religion, Blackwood's Magazine
  6. Pleasant People, Saturday Review
  7. Walking in Winter, Pall Mall Gazette
  8. Antoine Cesar Becquerel, Nature

Poetry.

Wanted, a Secretary of State, by L. F. Austin, Spectator
Fiat Justitia, by A. H. Clough
"What we, When Face to Face we See", by Louise Chandler Moulton

Miscellany.

Heat Phenomena and Muscular Action, by A. R. Molison, Nature


No. 1760. — March 9, 1878.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Charles Sumner, Westminster Review
  2. Erica - Part XIV., translated from the German of Frau von Ingersleben
  3. Constantinople, by James Bryce, a lecture delivered in Aberdeen, January 3rd, 1878, with some additions, Macmillan's Magazine
  4. A Ride for Life, Blackwood's Magazine
  5. Liquefaction of Oxygen, Nature

Poetry.

The Flower of the Field, by A. R. R., Spectator
Greek Mother's Song, Macmillan's Magazine
At the Last, by Louise Chandler Moulton
"Kind! es ware dein Verderben", by Heine, Blackwood's Magazine


No. 1761. — March 16, 1878.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Dr. Schliemann's Exploration of Mycenæ, Edinburgh Review
  2. Erica - Part XV., translated from the German of Frau von Ingersleben
  3. Above the Clouds: a Reverie on The Bel Alp, Blackwood's Magazine
  4. The Education of Girls: their Admissibility to Universities, Westminster Review

Poetry.

How Long?, by Louise Chandler Moulton
One Dread, by Louise Chandler Moulton
"Es stehen unbeweglich", by Heine, Blackwood's Magazine
"Was will die einsame Thrane?", by Heine, Blackwood's Magazine
"Du bist wie eine Blume", by Heine, Blackwood's Magazine

Miscellany.

Old Names and Customs, by Dean Stanley, Society of Arts


No. 1762. — March 23, 1878.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Precious Stones, British Quarterly Review
  2. Macleod of Dare - Part V., by William Black, Advance Sheets
  3. Quevedo, by James Mew, Gentleman's Magazine
  4. Within the Precincts - Part IV., by Mrs. Oliphant, Advance Sheets
  5. The Telephone, Westminster Review

Poetry.

"Fey", All The Year Round
"Still ist die Nacht, es ruh'n die Gassen", by Heine, Blackwood's Magazine