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Littell's Living Age
Volume 142

No. 1829. — July 5, 1879.[edit]

Contents.

  1. The Historical Aspect of the American Churches, by Dean Stanley, Macmillan's Magazine
  2. The Professor's Niece. A Study in Neutral Tints. - Part I., Temple Bar
  3. The Destruction of Szegedin — Personal Notes, Blackwood's Magazine
  4. A Sketch in a Narrow Street, Temple Bar
  5. The Musical Cultus of the Day, by H. Heathcote Statham, Fortnightly Review
  6. Sarah de Berenger - Part VII., by Jean Ingelow, Advance Sheets
  7. The Shrine of Poverty, Spectator

Poetry.

On a Miniature, by Henry A. Beers
Dawn, by Genevieve M. I. Irons, Sunday Magazine
Philoctetes' Farewell to Lemnos, translated by Alfred Church, Spectator
Song, All The Year Round

Miscellany.

A Celebrated Runner, Pall Mall Gazette


No. 1830. — July 12, 1879.[edit]

Contents.

  1. French Novels, Blackwood's Magazine
  2. Sarah de Berenger - Part VIII., by Jean Ingelow, Advance Sheets
  3. Suspended Animation, by Benjamin Ward Richardson, Nature
  4. The Professor's Niece. A Study in Neutral Tints. - Part II., Temple Bar
  5. The Revival of the Warlike Power of China, by Captain Cyprian A. G. Bridge, R.N., Fraser's Magazine
  6. George Eliot's Ideal Ethics, Spectator
  7. Conservative Democracy in Switzerland, Spectator

Poetry.

Paolo and Francesca, by W. T. Thornton, Spectator
Wall-Flowers, by F. W. B., Spectator

Miscellany.

The Sweet Pea, Familiar Garden Flowers
The Bishopric of Jerusalem, Spectator


No. 1831. — July 19, 1879.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Origen and the Beginnings of Christian Philosophy - Part II., by Brooke F. Westcott, Contemporary Review
  2. Sarah de Berenger - Part IX., by Jean Ingelow, Advance Sheets
  3. The Critic on the Hearth, by James Payn, Nineteenth Century
  4. A Doubting Heart - Part XVIII., by Miss Keary, the author of "Castle Daly," "Oldbury," etc., Advance Sheets
  5. Village Life in the Apennines, by E. M. Clerke, Cornhill Magazine
  6. Waterloo Waifs, Temple Bar
  7. Mrs. Montagu, Saturday Review
  8. The Origin of the Week, by Richard A. Proctor, Contemporary Review
  9. A London Caravanserai, Saturday Review
  10. A Japanese View of Co-Operation and Confidence, Choya Shinbun

Poetry.

The Hero's Wage, by H. C. M., Spectator
A Dead Tree, by R. I. O., Spectator
In the Minster, by E. Garnett, Sunday Magazine


No. 1832. — July 26, 1879.[edit]

Contents.

  1. The Talmud, Church Quarterly Review
  2. A Doubting Heart - Part XIX., by Miss Keary, the author of "Castle Daly," "Oldbury," etc., Advance Sheets
  3. Malta, by H. R. Fox Bourne, Fortnightly Review
  4. The Bride's Pass - Part XIII., by Sarah Tytler, the author of "What She Came Through," "Lady Bell," etc., Advance Sheets
  5. Food and Feeding - Part I., by Sir Henry Thompson, Nineteenth Century
  6. Patronized by Royalty, Mayfair

Poetry.

Grasses, by M. R. S., Sunday Magazine
On Low Levels, by R. I. O., Spectator
The Fountains of Love, by Charlotte Elliot, Fraser's Magazine
At Sea, by F. W. B., Spectator
In all Labor there is Profit, by Charlotte Elliot, Fraser's Magazine


No. 1833. — August 2, 1879.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Gray And His School, Cornhill Magazine
  2. Sarah de Berenger - Part X., by Jean Ingelow, Advance Sheets
  3. Chesterfield's Letters to his Son, by M. E. Grant-Duff, Fortnightly Review
  4. The Bride's Pass - Part XIV., by Sarah Tytler, the author of "What She Came Through," "Lady Bell," etc., Advance Sheets
  5. Benjamin Franklin, by Thomas Hughes, Contemporary Review
  6. Our New Wheat-Fields in the North-West, by T. T. Vernon Smith, Nineteenth Century
  7. A New Caledonian Rising, All The Year Round
  8. Oxygen in the Sun, Spectator

Poetry.

Chistlehurst, by F. T. Palgrave, Examiner
"Thine They Are", by E. Garnett, Good Words

Miscellany.

In Praise of the Blue-bottle, Spectator
Distribution of Work to a Distance by Electricity


No. 1834. — August 9, 1879.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Wordsworth, by Matthew Arnold, Macmillan's Magazine
  2. The Bride's Pass - Part XV., by Sarah Tytler, the author of "What She Came Through," "Lady Bell," etc., Advance Sheets
  3. Food and Feeding - Part II., by Sir Henry Thompson, Nineteenth Century
  4. The Ghost of Morcar's Tower, by Ghost of Morcar's Tower, Blackwood's Magazine
  5. Moose-Hunting in Canada, by Dunraven, Nineteenth Century
  6. The Last Jewish Revolt, by Ernest Renan, Contemporary Review
  7. How to Popularize Wordsworth, Spectator
  8. Egyptian Exiles, Saturday Review
  9. The Journey of Colonel Prjevalsky Towards Tibet, Spectator

Poetry.

Hymn for St. John the Baptist's Day, June 24th, by H. C. M., Spectator
"The Soldier's Petition", by A. P. Stanley, Macmillan's Magazine
Sonnets, by William Sharp, Examiner

Miscellany.

Alleged Chinese Inscription from Troy


No. 1835. — August 16, 1879.[edit]

Contents.

  1. The Evangelical Movement; its Parentage, Progress, and Issue, by Rt. Hon. W. E. Gladstone, British Quarterly Review
  2. Sarah de Berenger - Part XI., by Jean Ingelow, Advance Sheets
  3. The Mirabeaus, by James Cotter Morison, Macmillan's Magazine
  4. The Grey, by Jonas Lie, translated from Norwegian by Jas. Cotter Morison
  5. Chloral and other Narcotics, by Benjamin Ward Richardson, Contemporary Review
  6. The Birth, Life, and Death of a Storm, by Robert H. Scott, MA., F.R.S., Popular Science Review
  7. The Influence of China on India, Spectator
  8. The Lessons of Prince Napoleon's Funeral, Spectator
  9. The Chances of War, Natal Mercury

Poetry.

Watering the Hills, by Mary Rowles, Sunday Magazine
Crœsus, by M., Spectator
A Young Poet, by Ethel Tane


No. 1836. — August 23, 1879.[edit]

Contents.

  1. The Worthies of Norwich, Edinburgh Review
  2. The Feast of the Supreme Being, 1794, by Adolphe Adam, translated from the French by E. W. Latimer
  3. Saint-Evremond, by George Saintsbury, Fortnightly Review
  4. Gertrude, Argosy
  5. A New Dialect; or, Yokohama Pidgin, New Quarterly Review
  6. Sarah de Berenger - Part XII., by Jean Ingelow, Advance Sheets
  7. The Reign of Humor, Globe
  8. Introductions, Queen

Poetry.

The Latter Law, by William Canton, the author of "Through the Ages", Examiner
A Parting Song, by Dora Greenwell, Good Words
Good-Night, Good-Bye, by Dora Greenwell, Good Words

Miscellany.

Kerite, Electrician


No. 1837. — August 30, 1879.[edit]

Contents.

  1. The Hatton Papers, Edinburgh Review
  2. A Doubting Heart - Part XX., by Miss Keary, the author of "Castle Daly," "Oldbury," etc., Advance Sheets
  3. Cardinal Newman, by W. S. Lilly, Fortnightly Review
  4. Influence of the Mind on the Body, Cornhill Magazine
  5. A State Dinner in Andorra, by P. W. Stuart Menteath, Macmillan's Magazine
  6. A Centenarian, Lancet
  7. President Hayes' Education, International Portrait Gallery

Poetry.

My Lost Love, All The Year Round
Contrast, Temple Bar
Fast and Loose, by F. W. B., Spectator
Children's Joys, by Sarah Doudney, Sunday Magazine

Miscellany.

A Lacustrine Canoe
Mussel Bed in the London Clay


No. 1838. — September 6, 1879.[edit]

Contents.

  1. The Works of Rembrandt, Edinburgh Review
  2. Sarah de Berenger - Part XIII., by Jean Ingelow, Advance Sheets
  3. Some Facts and Thoughts about Light-Emitting Animals, by Professor P. Martin Duncan, M. B. Lond., F.R.S., etc., Popular Science Review
  4. Prince Louis Napoleon's Expedition To Boulogne, August, 1840. An Original Narrative, by Joseph Orsi, Fraser's Magazine
  5. A Doubting Heart - Part XXI., by Miss Keary, the author of "Castle Daly," "Oldbury," etc., Advance Sheets

Poetry.

The Plea of the Mute, by H. C. M., Spectator
The Busy "B's", by H. C. M., Spectator
Unhoped Delight, by Charlotte Elliot, Fraser's Magazine

Miscellany.

The Black Mildew of Walls

No. 1839. — September 13, 1879.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Count Cavour, Quarterly Review
  2. Sarah de Berenger - Part XIV., by Jean Ingelow, Advance Sheets
  3. A Gallician Novelist, by Helen Zimmern, Fraser's Magazine
  4. A Doubting Heart - Part XXII., by Miss Keary, the author of "Castle Daly," "Oldbury," etc., Advance Sheets
  5. Fashionable Charity, Saturday Review
  6. Barnard Castle, Spectator
  7. The Late Youth of Philosophers, Saturday Review

Poetry.

"Herring is King", by Alfred Perceval Graves, Spectator
Sonnets, by J. H., Spectator
Sonnet Suggested by the Picture of the Annunciation, by Emily Pfeiffer, Fraser's Magazine


No. 1840. — September 20, 1879.[edit]

Contents.

  1. History and Politics - Part I., by Professor Seeley, Macmillan's Magazine
  2. Sarah de Berenger - Part XV., by Jean Ingelow, Advance Sheets
  3. A New Vocation for Women, by J. Chesney, Macmillan's Magazine
  4. The Queen of the Whigs, by S. R. Townshend Mayer, Temple Bar
  5. A Little Story - Part I., by Claud Templar, Temple Bar
  6. Justice to William, by G. A., Cornhill Magazine
  7. The Paradise of Editors, Examiner
  8. Mr. Gladstone on Marketable Beauty, Spectator
  9. The Old Records of the India Office, Examiner
  10. Caves of Prehistoric Man in Moravia, Allgemeine Zeitung

Poetry.

The Mandolinata, by W. W. S., Blackwood's Magazine
Sunlight on the Sea, by A. H. B., Chambers Journal
Half-Hearted, by J. S., Macmillan's Magazine


No. 1841. — September 27, 1879.[edit]

Contents.

  1. The English Monarchy, Quarterly Review
  2. The Bride's Pass - Part XVI., by Sarah Tytler, the author of "What She Came Through," "Lady Bell," etc., Advance Sheets
  3. Readers, Blackwood's Magazine
  4. Sarah de Berenger - Part XVI., by Jean Ingelow, Advance Sheets

Poetry.

Dulce est Desipere, translated from the Latin by J. A. Symonds, Cornhill Magazine
Roses and Orange-Blossoms, by Frederick Langbridge, Tinsley's Magazine
Alone, by Anderson Critchett, Temple Bar

Miscellany.

An Elephant in the Witness-Box
Kind Words, Educational Guide