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Littell's Living Age
Volume 140

No. 1803. — January 4, 1879.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Landor's "Imaginary Conversations, Cornhill Magazine
  2. Sir Gibbie - Part VII., by George MacDonald, author of "Malcolm," "The Marquis of Lossie," etc., Advance Sheets
  3. The Religion of the Ancient Egyptians, by John Newenham Hoare, Nineteenth Century
  4. The Bride's Pass - Part I., by Sarah Tytler, author of "What She Came Through," "Lady Bell," etc., Advance Sheets
  5. French Home Life - Part IV. - In the Country, Blackwood's Magazine
  6. Will "Progress" Diminish Joy?, Spectator
  7. The Country Lady in Town, Touchstone

Poetry.

Irish Air, by Alfred Perceval Graves, author of "Songs of Killarney", Good Words
Love's Promise, by U., Macmillan's Magazine
Hill-Voices, by James Hendry, Good Words

Miscellany.

Indian Puhnkahs


No. 1804. — January 11, 1879.[edit]

Contents.

  1. The Jesuit Martyrs: Campion and Walpole, Edinburgh Review
  2. Sir Gibbie - Part VIII., by George MacDonald, author of "Malcolm," "The Marquis of Lossie," etc., Advance Sheets
  3. Dogma, Reason, and Morality, by W. H. Mallock, Nineteenth Century
  4. The Bride's Pass - Part II., by Sarah Tytler, author of "What She Came Through," "Lady Bell," etc., Advance Sheets
  5. The Education of the Deaf, Spectator

Poetry.

The Gold of Hope, by Henry Burton, Sunday Magazine
A Christmas Song, Sunday Magazine
Nuptura, Macmillan's Magazine
An Essay in Quantity, by T. A. Lacey, Spectator

Miscellany.

A Nettle Sting, Science for All
The Norman Castles, Magazine of Art


No. 1805. — January 18, 1879.[edit]

Contents.

  1. The Greatness of England, by Prof. Goldwin Smith, Contemporary Review
  2. The Bride's Pass - Part III., by Sarah Tytler, author of "What She Came Through," "Lady Bell," etc., Advance Sheets
  3. Holidays in Eastern France - Part IV., by M. B. E., Fraser's Magazine
  4. Sir Gibbie - Part IX., by George MacDonald, author of "Malcolm," "The Marquis of Lossie," etc., Advance Sheets
  5. The Phœnicians in Greece, by A. H. Sayce, Contemporary Review
  6. A Worldlet Within the World, Spectator
  7. Poor Creatures, Saturday Review
  8. The Death of the Princess Alice, Spectator

Poetry.

Memory, by W. H. Pollock, Temple Bar
The Closing Year, by F. W. B., Spectator

Miscellany.

Discovery Regarding the Telephone


No. 1806. — January 25, 1879.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Prince Bismarck, by Emile de Laveleye, Fortnightly Review
  2. A Doubting Heart - Part XI., by Miss Keary, author of "Castle Daly," "Oldbury," etc., Advance Sheets
  3. Contemporary Literature: Journalists, Blackwood's Magazine
  4. Sir Gibbie - Part X., by George MacDonald, author of "Malcolm," "The Marquis of Lossie," etc., Advance Sheets
  5. The Vicissitudes of Titles, by E. C. Grenville Murray, Gentleman's Magazine
  6. Character-Drawing, Saturday Review

Poetry.

God's Call to Rest, by B. W. G., Sunday Magazine
Consolation, by M. Betham-Edwards, Sunday Magazine
"My Soul Cleaveth to the Dust", by Canon Bell, D.D., Sunday Magazine
"It was not in the Blooming May", by F. Langbridge, Good Words
Companions, by Alfred Perceval Graves, author of "Songs of Killarney", Spectator

Miscellany.

Greek and Roman Shoes, Boot and Shoemaker


No. 1807. — February 1, 1879.[edit]

Contents.

  1. The Historical Aspect of the United States, by Dean Stanley, Macmillan's Magazine
  2. Sir Gibbie - Part XI., by George MacDonald, author of "Malcolm," "The Marquis of Lossie," etc., Advance Sheets
  3. The Logic of Toleration, by W. H. Mallock, Nineteenth Century
  4. A Doubting Heart - Part XII., by Miss Keary, author of "Castle Daly," "Oldbury," etc., Advance Sheets
  5. George Henry Lewes, by Anthony Trollope, Fortnightly Review
  6. Insectivorous Plants, Nineteenth Century
  7. Dreams, Saturday Review
  8. Heather, Blackwood's Magazine

Poetry.

Night on the Tweed, by Henry W. Thomson, Spectator
In Snow, Fraser's Magazine
Sonnet, by Heine, Spectator
S.S. "Lusitania", by Matthew Arnold, Nineteenth Century
Old and New, by F. W. B., Spectator

Miscellany.

Russian Trade with China


No. 1808. — February 8, 1879.[edit]

Contents.

  1. The Migration of Centres of Industrial Energy, by Leonard Courtney, Fortnightly Review
  2. Sir Gibbie - Part XII., by George MacDonald, author of "Malcolm," "The Marquis of Lossie," etc., Advance Sheets
  3. Novel-Reading, by Anthony Trollope, Nineteenth Century
  4. The Bride's Pass - Part IV., by Sarah Tytler, author of "What She Came Through," "Lady Bell," etc., Advance Sheets
  5. Count Fersen, Temple Bar
  6. Among the Burmese - Part VI., by P. Hordern, Fraser's Magazine
  7. A Farmhouse Dirge, by Alfred Austin, Contemporary Review
  8. Trafalgar, by F. T. Palgrave, Macmillan's Magazine

Poetry.

Fancies, author of "Child-World", Good Words
A Dialogue, by Mary F. Robinson
Lead them Home, by H. Macdowall, Sunday Magazine
"What can Heal a Broken Heart", by A. M. F. Robinson
A Farmhouse Dirge, by Alfred Austin, Contemporary Review
Trafalgar, by F. T. Palgrave, Macmillan's Magazine

No. 1809. — February 15, 1879.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Journalists and Magazine-Writers, Blackwood's Magazine
  2. Sir Gibbie - Part XIII., by George MacDonald, author of "Malcolm," "The Marquis of Lossie," etc., Advance Sheets
  3. Atheism and the Church, by G. H. Curteis, Contemporary Review
  4. The Bride's Pass - Part V., by Sarah Tytler, author of "What She Came Through," "Lady Bell," etc., Advance Sheets
  5. The Scientific Frontier, by W. H. Norman, Fortnightly Review
  6. Statesmen in Caricature, Spectator
  7. Sceptical Patronage of the Pope, Spectator
  8. Gall-Making Insects, Nature

Poetry.

Between the Years, Punch
In the Conservatory, All The Year Round
A Difference, by F. W. Bourdillon
Love's Reward, by F. W. Bourdillon

Miscellany.

Lord Howe Island


No. 1810. — February 22, 1879.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Negro Slavery under English Rule, by Francis William Newman, Fraser's Magazine
  2. Sir Gibbie - Part XIV., by George MacDonald, author of "Malcolm," "The Marquis of Lossie," etc., Advance Sheets
  3. Ancient Egypt - Part I., by Reginald Stuart Poole, Contemporary Review
  4. Within the Precincts - Part XX., by Mrs. Oliphant, Advance Sheets
  5. Grimaldi, Temple Bar
  6. Gaur, Athenæum
  7. American Surveys and Explorations, by Arch. Geikie, Nature

Poetry.

The Old Laborer, by W. F. Faber
The Earth-Spirit, by W. P. A.

Miscellany.

Saharan Sea Development


No. 1811. — March 1, 1879.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Daniel Manin, British Quarterly Review
  2. Within the Precincts - Part XXI., by Mrs. Oliphant, Advance Sheets
  3. America Rediviva, by John W. Cross, Macmillan's Magazine
  4. Sir Gibbie - Part XV., by George MacDonald, author of "Malcolm," "The Marquis of Lossie," etc., Advance Sheets
  5. About Lotteries, Cornhill Magazine
  6. The Projected Lotteries, Economist
  7. Didactic Flirts, Saturday Review

Poetry.

"No More Sea", All The Year Round
Two Robbers, by F. W. Bourdillon
A Borrower, by W. P. A.

Miscellany.

Prof. S. P. Thompson's address on "Technical Education", Nature


No. 1812. — March 8, 1879.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Mental Physiology, Edinburgh Review
  2. Sir Gibbie - Part XVI., by George MacDonald, author of "Malcolm," "The Marquis of Lossie," etc., Advance Sheets
  3. The Polish Alps, Cornhill Magazine
  4. Within the Precincts - Part XXII., by Mrs. Oliphant, Advance Sheets
  5. Robert Dick, the Thurso Baker, Chambers' Journal
  6. Music and Science, by W. Pole, Nature
  7. Ebb and Flow, Saturday Review

Poetry.

A Broken String, Cornhill Magazine
At the Convent Gate, by Austin Dobson, Cornhill Magazine
Horace's Ghost, by H. C. M., Spectator

Miscellany.

Leaf-Absorption in Plants


No. 1813. — March 15, 1879.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Virgil, by Frederick W. H. Myers, Fortnightly Review
  2. A Doubting Heart - Part XIII., by Miss Keary, author of "Castle Daly," "Oldbury," etc., Advance Sheets
  3. On the Migration of Birds, by August Weissman, Contemporary Review
  4. Sir Gibbie - Part XVII., by George MacDonald, author of "Malcolm," "The Marquis of Lossie," etc., Advance Sheets
  5. Etna, Spectator
  6. A Diary of Milton's Age, by Edward Scott, Athenæum

Poetry.

Skating, by Henry Terrell, Transcript
A Flower, Fraser's Magazine
"More Sweet Than Smiles", by Lady Charlotte Elliot, Spectator
Mortality, by J. S. D., Spectator
A Reproach, and its Answer, by F. W. B., Spectator


No. 1814. — March 22, 1879.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Felix Antoine Dupanloup, Bishop of Orleans, by C. de Warmont, Nineteenth Century
  2. Sir Gibbie - Part XVIII., by George MacDonald, author of "Malcolm," "The Marquis of Lossie," etc., Advance Sheets
  3. Magazine Writers - Part I., Blackwood's Magazine
  4. The Bride's Pass - Part VI., by Sarah Tytler, author of "What She Came Through," "Lady Bell," etc., Advance Sheets
  5. William Etty, Temple Bar
  6. An Old Friend with a New Face, by Thos. Hughes, Macmillan's Magazine
  7. The French Expedition in Equatorial Africa, Pall Mall Gazette
  8. The Archimandrite Palladius, Academy

Poetry.

Cathedral Bells and New-Year's Eve, by Edmund Whytehead Howson, Good Words
Night, by William Sharp, Good Words


No. 1815. — March 29, 1879.[edit]

Contents.

  1. New Guinea and its Inhabitants, by Alfred R. Wallace, Contemporary Review
  2. The Bride's Pass - Part VII., by Sarah Tytler, author of "What She Came Through," "Lady Bell," etc., Advance Sheets
  3. Magazine Writers - Part II., Blackwood's Magazine
  4. A Medium of Last Century, Blackwood's Magazine
  5. A Quiet Day at Home, Saturday Review
  6. The Ideal Memory, Spectator

Poetry.

In the Cathedral Close, by Edward Dowden, Poems
The Task, All The Year Round
From the South, Cassell's Magazine