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Littell's Living Age
Volume 143

No. 1842. — October 4, 1879.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Charles Tennyson Turner, by James Spedding, Nineteenth Century
  2. A Little Story - Part II., by Claud Templar, Temple Bar
  3. History and Politics - Part II., by Professor Seeley, Macmillan's Magazine
  4. The Bride's Pass - Part XVII., by Sarah Tytler, the author of "What She Came Through," "Lady Bell," etc., Advance Sheets
  5. A Dialogue on Human Happiness, by W. H. Mallock, Nineteenth Century
  6. An Editor's Troubles, by William Minto, Macmillan's Magazine
  7. The Retrocession of Kuldja, Spectator
  8. Rokeby, Spectator
  9. A Gossip about Gardens, Spectator

Poetry.

The Song of a Summer Stream, by Frances Ridley Havergal, the author of "The White Cross and Dove of Pearls", Sunday Magazine
Importunity, by Sarson C. J. Ingham, Good Words
First and Last, by Elizabeth Charles, the author of "Chronicles of the Schonberg-Cotta Family", Sunday Magazine


No. 1843. — October 11, 1879.[edit]

Contents.

  1. The Future of China, by Walter H. Medhurst, Contemporary Review
  2. Letters of a German Gentlewoman in the XVth Century - Part I., translated from German by Mrs. E. W. Latimer, Bibliothek Deutsche Cusiosa
  3. A Cagliostro of the Second Century, by J. A. Froude, Nineteenth Century
  4. A Doubting Heart - Part XXIII., by Miss Keary, the author of "Castle Daly," "Oldbury," etc., Advance Sheets
  5. Bishop Atterbury, by J. D., Cornhill Magazine
  6. Two Men of Letters, by George Saintsbury, Fortnightly Review
  7. In Cologne Cathedral, Spectator
  8. Discovery of the North-East Passage, Daily Telegraph
  9. The Benefactors of Humanity, Spectator
  10. Love of Scenery, Saturday Review
  11. Somebody Else, Truth

Poetry.

Haunted, by G. B. Stuart, Argosy
Barren Days, by James Ashcroft Noble, Spectator
The Three Deaths, All The Year Round
Loves Call, by Emanuel Deutsch, Chambers' Journal
The Butterfly, by J. V. H., Good Words


No. 1844. — October 18, 1879.[edit]

Contents.

  1. The Life of the Prince Consort, Westminster Review
  2. Godfrey's White Queen, Blackwood's Magazine
  3. The God of Israel: a History, by Joseph Jacobs, Nineteenth Century
  4. Letters of a German Gentlewoman in the XVth Century - Part II., translated from German by Mrs. E. W. Latimer, Bibliothek Deutsche Cusiosa
  5. Diaries, Spectator
  6. Catharine and Craufurd Tait, Athenæum

Poetry.

Spring Come, by F. Wyville Home, Athenæum
At the Oar, by Edward Dowden, Academy
Silvio Pellico and the Piombi, by J. S. Blackie, Macmillan's Magazine

Miscellany.

The Khyber Pass and the Afreedee Afghans, Sunday at Home


No. 1845. — October 25, 1879.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Dieppe, Church Quarterly Review
  2. Godfrey's White Queen, Blackwood's Magazine
  3. The Supreme God in the Indo-European Mythology, by James Darmesteter, Contemporary Review
  4. A Doubting Heart - Part XXIV., by Miss Keary, the author of "Castle Daly," "Oldbury," etc., Advance Sheets
  5. A Tragic Idyll of Modern Life, Spectator
  6. Madame Bonaparte, Spectator
  7. Egliston and Brignal, Spectator
  8. New Zealand Affairs, by J. C. Richmond, Spectator
  9. A New Picture of the Czar, Contemporary Review

Poetry.

Rock of Ages
Alternations, by Henry Burton, Sunday Magazine
Venice, Macmillan's Magazine


No. 1846. — November 1, 1879.[edit]

Contents.

  1. The Problem of the Great Pyramid, by Richard A. Proctor, Contemporary Review
  2. He that will not when he may - Part I., by Mrs. Oliphant, Advance Sheets
  3. Syria - Part I. Among the Druses, Blackwoord's Magazine
  4. Letters of a German Gentlewoman in the XVth Century - Part III., translated from German by Mrs. E. W. Latimer, Bibliothek Deutsche Cusiosa
  5. Tails, Nature
  6. Is Wealth a Help to Popularity?, Spectator

Poetry.

The Enclosed Common, All The Year Round
"Carest thou not?", All The Year Round
Reaping

Miscellany.

Positivism


No. 1847. — November 8, 1879.[edit]

Contents.

  1. The Prince of the Old Diplomatist's, by C. C. J., Temple Bar
  2. The Mystery of Dr. Hardy's Marriage - Part I., by Isabella Fyvie Mayo, Argosy
  3. Cheneys and the House of Russell, by J. A. Froude, Fraser's Magazine
  4. He that will not when he may - Part II., by Mrs. Oliphant, Advance Sheets
  5. Strange Dealings with the Crown Jewels, All The Year Round
  6. Fight between a Mongoose and a Cobra, Leisure Hour
  7. Story of a Pet Monkey, Chambers' Journal
  8. During Ramazan, Pall Mall Gazette
  9. The Indian Salt Range, Pall Mall Gazette

Poetry.

Autumn, by J. S., Chambers' Journal
A Sleepless Night, by Alfred Austin, Cornhill Magazine
The Cloudberry, by J. Veitch, Good Words
Irish Love-Song, by Alfred Perceval Graves, Spectator
Life and Love, by W. D. Scoones, Temple Bar

Miscellany.

Result of the Eruption of the Kalauea Vulcano
Diphteria Cured by Sulphur, Kaffrarian Watchman


No. 1848. — November 15, 1879.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Newspaper Offices, Blackwood's Magazine
  2. The Story of a Lie, by Robert Louis Stevenson, New Quarterly Review
  3. Syria - Part II. Round about Damascus, Blackwoord's Magazine
  4. A Gossip about Goethe, in his Birthplace, Spectator
  5. The Carter and Talbot Correspondence, Saturday Review
  6. Lancashire Memories, Athenæum

Poetry.

A Summer Requiem, Chambers' Journal
The Milky Way, by E. Keary, translated from Topelius
Roses, by L. S. Bevington, Spectator


No. 1849. — November 22, 1879.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Henry IV. of France, Quarterly Review
  2. A Doubting Heart - Part XXV., by Miss Keary, the author of "Castle Daly," "Oldbury," etc., Advance Sheets
  3. The Channel Islands, by G. Shaw Lefevre, Fortnightly Review
  4. The Criminal Code of the Jews - Part I., Pall Mall Gazette
  5. Intellectual Barrel-Organ-Ism, Spectator
  6. Justice, Spectator
  7. Polar Ice, by H. N. Moseley, Nature
  8. The Galleries of the Cutting Ants of Texas, by G. T. Bettany, Nature

Poetry.

The House by the Sea, All The Year Round
Let it Pass, All The Year Round
The Brooklet, translated from German


No. 1850. — November 29, 1879.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Pascal and his Editors, Quarterly Review
  2. A Doubting Heart - Part XXVI., by Miss Keary, the author of "Castle Daly," "Oldbury," etc., Advance Sheets
  3. History and Politics - Part III., by Professor Seeley, Macmillan's Magazine
  4. He that will not when he may - Part III., by Mrs. Oliphant, Advance Sheets
  5. A Mathematician's View of the Theory of Evolution, by W. H. L. Russell, F.R.S., Macmillan's Magazine
  6. The Criminal Code of the Jews - Part II., Pall Mall Gazette

Poetry.

In September, All The Year Round
Lost, Chambers' Journal
Not to Be


No. 1851. — December 6, 1879.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Mozart, Edinburgh Review
  2. He that will not when he may - Part IV., by Mrs. Oliphant, Advance Sheets
  3. Syria - Part III. The Maronites, Blackwoord's Magazine
  4. A Poor Devil, Blackwood's Magazine
  5. Matthew Arnold's Selections from Wordsworth, by J. A. Symonds, Fortnightly Review
  6. Hunting for Snarkes at Lyme Regis, by F. C. L., Temple Bar
  7. The Bis-Cobra, the Goh-Samp, and the Scorpion, by H. F. Hutchinson, Nature
  8. The Silk Goods of America, Nature
  9. A Village Idyll, by J. McReath, Fraser's Magazine

Poetry.

Birds, by B. W. G., Sunday Magazine
Chance, London Society
In City Streets, by W. C. Bryant
Turner, by Cyrus Cobb
A Village Idyll, by J. McReath, Fraser's Magazine


No. 1852. — December 13, 1879.[edit]

Contents.

  1. The Philosophy of Color, Edinburgh Review
  2. St. John's Eve - Part I., by the author of "Patty"
  3. Professor Clifford, Fraser's Magazine
  4. An Elderly Romance, Cornhill Magazine
  5. A Siding at a Railway Station, Fraser's Magazine
  6. Galileo and the Application of Mathemetics to Physics - Part I., by William Jack, M.A., LL.D., F.R.S.E., Nature
  7. Congenital Wastefulness, Spectator

Poetry.

Familiar Faces, by Ethel Tane, Irish Monthly
Rest, Chambers' Journal
A Valentine, by Mary T. Reiley, "Poems by Mary T. Reiley"
Summer Eve, by Heinrich Heine


No. 1853. — December 20, 1879.[edit]

Contents.

  1. The History of Money, by John Lubbock, Nineteenth Century
  2. He that will not when he may - Part V., by Mrs. Oliphant, Advance Sheets
  3. Galileo and the Application of Mathemetics to Physics - Part II., by William Jack, M.A., LL.D., F.R.S.E., Nature
  4. Adam and Eve - Part I., by Mrs. Parr, the author of "Dorothy Fox", Advance Sheets
  5. An American Princess, Blackwood's Magazine
  6. History and Politics, by Professor Seeley, Macmillan's Magazine
  7. The Criminal Code of the Jews - Part III., Pall Mall Gazette
  8. Madame de Remusat's Memoirs, Athenæum
  9. Trappers and the Fur-Traders, Saturday Review
  10. Certain Animal Poisons, by H. F. Hutchinson, Nature

Poetry.

A Life's Love, by Frederick Langbridge, Tinsley's Magazine
A Year Ago, Tinsley's Magazine
By the Stream, by Sarah Doudney, Sunday Magazine
"Every Morn", by Mary Reiley, "Poems by Mary Reiley"

Miscellany.

Cost of Living Less than Seventy Years Ago, House and Home


No. 1854. — December 27, 1879.[edit]

Contents.

  1. The Family of Mirabeau, Edinburgh Review
  2. He that will not when he may - Part VI., by Mrs. Oliphant, Advance Sheets
  3. The Works and Faith of Pheidias, Church Quarterly Review
  4. Adam and Eve - Part II., by Mrs. Parr, the author of "Dorothy Fox", Advance Sheets
  5. My Life in Paris During and Following the Commune, by Count Orsi, Fraser's Magazine
  6. Criticism Past and Present, by Lady Pollock, Temple Bar
  7. A Pen and Ink View of Dovedale, Magazine of Art
  8. An Interview with Cetewayo, Daily Telegraph

Poetry.

Winter-Green, by E. W. Gosse
A Sunset, by Mary T. Reiley, "Poems by Mary T. Reiley"
During Long Absence, by R. I. O., Spectator
Twilight Thoughts, by F. W. B., Spectator