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Littell's Living Age
Volume 141

No. 1816. — April 5, 1879.[edit]

Contents.

  1. The Reflection of English Character in English Art, Quarterly Review
  2. A Doubting Heart - Part XIV., by Miss Keary, the author of "Castle Daly," "Oldbury," etc., Advance Sheets
  3. An American View of American Competition, by Edward Atkinson, Fortnightly Review
  4. A Medium of Last Century - Part II., Blackwood's Magazine
  5. The Fohn, Saturday Review
  6. Nostradamus, Pall Mall Gazette
  7. Trousers Pockets, Saturday Review
  8. Carnival at Nice, Saturday Review

Poetry.

Amari Aliquid, by Gordon Gun, Blackwood's Magazine
A Quiet Corner, by G. Weatherly, Cassell's Magazine
The Two Lights, Blackwood's Magazine
"Haiden-Roslein", by Goethe, Chamber's Journal

Miscellany.

Exact secondary meridians of longitude in the West Indies


No. 1817. — April 12, 1879.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Godwin and Shelley, Cornhill Magazine
  2. A Doubting Heart - Part XV., by Miss Keary, author of "Castle Daly," "Oldbury," etc., Advance Sheets
  3. Novelists, Blackwood's Magazine
  4. On the Position and Influence of Women in Ancient Greece, by James Donaldson, Contemporary Review
  5. The Bride's Pass - Part VIII., by Sarah Tytler, the author of "What She Came Through," "Lady Bell," etc., Advance Sheets
  6. Mr. Ruskin's Society, Spectator
  7. Professor Clifford, Examiner

Poetry.

Horace's Ghost, by Horace, translated by H. C. M., Spectator
The Sea's Answer, All The Year Round


No. 1818. — April 19, 1879.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Walter Bagehot, Fraser's Magazine
  2. A Doubting Heart - Part XVI., by Miss Keary, the author of "Castle Daly," "Oldbury," etc., Advance Sheets
  3. The Position and Influence of Women in Ancient Athens, by James Donaldson, Contemporary Review
  4. The Bride's Pass - Part IX., by Sarah Tytler, the author of "What She Came Through," "Lady Bell," etc., Advance Sheets
  5. A Scots Bishop, Blackwood's Magazine
  6. The Great Unloaded, Blackwood's Magazine
  7. The Positivist Strike for a Liturgy, Spectator
  8. A Fire at Hong Kong, Pall Mall Gazette
  9. Charles Lamb, Macmillan's Magazine
  10. The French Flag, Pall Mall Gazette

Poetry.

From my Armchair, by Henry W. Longfellow, Cambridge Tribune
To Theocritus in Winter, by A. Lang, Macmillan's Magazine
Fast-Day Hymn, Christian at Work

Miscellany.

General Stoletoff's mission from Samarcand
January's Church Missionary Intelligencer
Sheeps as Beasts of Burden

No. 1819. — April 26, 1879.[edit]

Contents.

  1. The Progress of Greece, by R. C. Jebb, Macmillan's Magazine
  2. Sarah de Berenger - Part I., by Jean Ingelow, Advance Sheets
  3. Bourbon, by W. E. Montague, Fraser's Magazine
  4. The Bride's Pass - Part X., by Sarah Tytler, the author of "What She Came Through," "Lady Bell," etc., Advance Sheets
  5. Ancient Egypt - Part II., by Reginald Stuart Poole, Contemporary Review
  6. The Duties of Ignorance, by C. E. S., Cornhill Magazine
  7. The Intellectual Status of the Aborigines of Victoria, Spectator
  8. The Ruin of Szegedin, Spectator
  9. Topiary Gardening, Gardener's Magazine
  10. The Haddock, Fishing Gazette

Poetry.

An Easter Idyl, by A. B.
Irish Song, by Alfred Perceval Graves, the author of "Songs of Killarney", Spectator
Mortality, by J. S. D., Latin translation by H. M., Spectator

No. 1820. — May 3, 1879.[edit]

Contents.

  1. On the Choice of Books, by Frederic Harrison, Fortnightly Review
  2. Sarah de Berenger - Part II., by Jean Ingelow, Advance Sheets
  3. On the Escape of Prince Louis Napoleon From the Fortress of Ham, by Joseph Orsi, Fraser's Magazine
  4. The Bride's Pass - Part XI., by Sarah Tytler, the author of "What She Came Through," "Lady Bell," etc., Advance Sheets
  5. On Sensation and the Unity of Structure of Sensiferous Organs, by Professor Huxley, Nineteenth Century
  6. A Cremation in China, by Herbert A. Giles, Cornhill Magazine
  7. Tent-Life in Palestine, Chambers' Journal
  8. Critics and Authors, Saturday Review

Poetry.

Chamouni and Rydal, by J. Truman, Macmillan's Magazine
De Profundis, by F. W. B., Spectator


No. 1821. — May 10, 1879.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Cobbett, Cornhill Magazine
  2. The Bride's Pass - Part XII., by Sarah Tytler, the author of "What She Came Through," "Lady Bell," etc., Advance Sheets
  3. Biography, Travel, and Sport, Blackwood's Magazine
  4. Sarah de Berenger - Part III., by Jean Ingelow, Advance Sheets
  5. Residual Phenomena, by Matthew Moncrieff Pattison Muir, Fraser's Magazine
  6. Science and Faith, Spectator
  7. Uphill Work, Saturday Review
  8. Sir A. Panizzi, Spectator

Poetry.

In Memoriam, by F. H. Doyle, Cornhill Magazine
Thanksgiving, by W. C. Bennett, Sunday Magazine

Miscellany.

Indus Valley State Railway, Academy

No. 1822. — May 17, 1879.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Memoirs and Charters of the Lennox, Edinburgh Review
  2. Sarah de Berenger - Part IV., by Jean Ingelow, Advance Sheets
  3. Count Leo Tolstoy's Novels, by W. R. S. Ralston, Nineteenth Century
  4. Jerome Bongrand's Heresy. A Tale About Priests, Cornhill Magazine
  5. Burma, by Albert Fytche, Fortnightly Review
  6. The American Ideal of Character, Spectator
  7. Historical Casuistry, Saturday Review
  8. Earth-born Meteorites, Spectator
  9. The Umbrella Bird, Hatters' Gazette
  10. Dedicatory Poem to the Princess Alice, by Alfred Tennyson, Nineteenth Century
  11. The Defence of Lucknow, by Alfred Tennyson, Nineteenth Century

Poetry.

Lore-Lei, by Heine, translated by Kate Brownlee Sherwood
Secret Love, by Heine, translated by Kate Brownlee Sherwood
A Cynic, by Ethel Taine, Irish Monthly
Rose or Thorn, by Robert Wilson, Good Words
Spring, by E. W. Howson, Spectator
Dedicatory Poem to the Princess Alice, by Alfred Tennyson, Nineteenth Century
The Defence of Lucknow, by Alfred Tennyson, Nineteenth Century

Miscellany.

Transits of Mercury

No. 1823. — May 24, 1879.[edit]

Contents.

  1. William Cobbett, Edinburgh Review
  2. Sarah de Berenger - Part V., by Jean Ingelow, Advance Sheets
  3. Mauritius, by W. E. Montague, Fraser's Magazine
  4. The Distracted Young Preacher - Part I., by Thomas Hardy, New Quarterly Review
  5. Through the Ages: a Legend of a Stone Axe, New Quarterly Review

Poetry.

John A. Dix, by M. E. W. S., Evening Post
"Flow on, Flow on, Old Ocean's Daughters", by Rev. Isaac Williams
The Vine, by Burbidge
"Yet let me Keep the Old Observances", by Rev. R. S. Hawker
Through the Ages: a Legend of a Stone Axe, New Quarterly Review


No. 1824. — May 31, 1879.[edit]

Contents.

  1. South Africa, Edinburgh Review
  2. The Distracted Young Preacher - Part II., by Thomas Hardy, New Quarterly Review
  3. Two Impostors of the Eighteenth Century, by H. G. H., Cornhill Magazine
  4. The Romance of Mistress Frances Kendrik of Calcot House - Part I., by Katharine S. MacQuoid, the author of "Patty", Advance Sheets
  5. John Aikin, M.D., by Mrs. Herbert Martin, Fraser's Magazine
  6. The Melancholy of the Educated English, Spectator
  7. The Evolution of Games, Saturday Review
  8. Republican Intolerance in France, Spectator

Poetry.

Pater Vester Pascit Illa, by Rev. R. S. Hawker
Little Elsie, by J. H., Chamber's Journal
After Dusk, by William Sharp, Good Words
"O Time, Dull Time, go Faster", by Burbidge
"Ah me! the Mallows, Dead in the Garden Drear", translated from the Greek of Moschos


No. 1825. — June 7, 1879.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Probability as the Guide of Conduct, by Rt. Hon. W. E. Gladstone, Nineteenth Century
  2. The Distracted Young Preacher - Part III., by Thomas Hardy, New Quarterly Review
  3. The Pathans of the North-West Frontier of India, Blackwood's Magazine
  4. The Romance of Mistress Frances Kendrik of Calcot House - Part II., by Katharine S. MacQuoid, the author of "Patty", Advance Sheets
  5. The Cultivation of the Imagination, by Rt. Hon. Geo. J. Goschen, M.P., address delivered at the Liverpool Institute
  6. The Expedition of Philip II. to England, by Ducie, Fortnightly Review
  7. Hard Up, Saturday Review

Poetry.

On the Water, by Emanuel Geibel, translated from German by W. P. A.
Daisies, All The Year Round
On Hearing a Lark in January, by J. A. P., Good Words
The Secret of the Waves, translated from German by W. P. A., Kladderadatsch

Miscellany.

Air-Flushing, Sanitary Record


No. 1826. — June 14, 1879.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Origen and the Beginnings of Christian Philosophy - Part I., by Brooke F. Westcott, Contemporary Review
  2. Sarah de Berenger - Part VI., by Jean Ingelow, Advance Sheets
  3. William Kingdon Clifford, by Frederick Pollock, Fortnightly Review
  4. The Romance of Mistress Frances Kendrik of Calcot House - Part III., by Katharine S. MacQuoid, the author of "Patty", Advance Sheets
  5. Contemporary Life and Thought in France, by G. Monod, Contemporary Review
  6. On Chinese Fans, by Herbert A. Goles, Fraser's Magazine
  7. Zulu Orthography, Natal Colonist

Poetry.

The Cloud, All The Year Round
Spring's Gifts, by Alex H. Japp, Belgravia
The Maid and the Leaf, All The Year Round

Miscellany.

The Electrical Light for Surgical Operations
A Hymn from the Rig-Veda, translated by Professor Max Müller


No. 1827. — June 21, 1879.[edit]

Contents.

  1. The Secret Correspondence of Louis XV., Quarterly Review
  2. A Doubting Heart - Part XVII., by Miss Keary, the author of "Castle Daly," "Oldbury," etc., Advance Sheets
  3. Mrs. Craven and her Work, by M. C. Bishop, Nineteenth Century
  4. Edwin and Angelina. A True Story, Argosy
  5. Jannina - Greek or Turkish?, by George A. Macmillan, Macmillan's Magazine
  6. Truth of Intercourse, by R. L. S., Cornhill Magazine
  7. The Necessity of Appointing a Financial Viceroy of India, Economist

Poetry.

Immortality, by Lydia M. Favor, magazine
The Peoples, All The Year Round
Song, by E. G., Transcript

Miscellany.

The Union Jack, Little Folks


No. 1828. — June 28, 1879.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Heroines of Spenser, by Edward Dowden, Cornhill Magazine
  2. Old Joquelin's Bequest: a Tale about Women, Cornhill Magazine
  3. A Few Words on Mr. Freeman, by J. A. Froude, Nineteenth Century
  4. A Visit to the New Zealand Geysers, by Robert Clement Sconce Bunbury, Fraser's Magazine
  5. The New Credulity, Spectator
  6. The Dark Side of a Bright Picture, by C. S., Fraser's Magazine

Poetry.

An Invitation to the Sledge, by J. A. Symons, Cornhill Magazine
You'll Never Guess, Good Words
Sweet Violets, by J. C. H., Chamber's Journal

Miscellany.

England Fifty Years Ago, All The Year Round