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Littell's Living Age
Volume 144

No. 1855. — January 3, 1880.[edit]

Contents.

  1. The Letters of Charles Dickens, by William Minto, Fortnightly Review
  2. He that will not when he may - Part VII., by Mrs. Oliphant, Advance Sheets
  3. The Development of the Color-Sense, by Henry T. Finck, Macmillan's Magazine
  4. St. John's Eve - Part II., by the author of "Patty"
  5. First Impressions of the New World - Part I., by Duke of Argyll, Fraser's Magazine
  6. A Deadly Feud: a Tale from France, by Rudolph Lindau, Blackwood's Magazine
  7. The Literary Calling and its Future, by James Payn, Nineteenth Century
  8. A Hindu Almanac, Saturday Review
  9. Some Victims of French Diplomacy, Pall Mall Gazette

Poetry.

All Through the Day, by Dora Greenwell, Good Words
Beyond, by Henry Burton, Sunday Magazine
The Mænad's Grave, by E. W. Gosse
Rondeau, by C. M., Good Words
The Bath, by E. W. Gosse

Miscellany.

A Bishop's Tribute to his Mother


No. 1856. — January 10, 1880.[edit]

Contents.

  1. A Plea for the Eighteenth Century, by William Stebbing, Nineteenth Century
  2. How we got away from Naples, A Story of the Time of King Bomba, by H., Fraser's Magazine
  3. The Lord's Prayer and the Church, Letters Addressed by John Ruskin, D.C.L., to the Church, Contemporary Review
  4. The Curate of St. Matthew's, Argosy
  5. Life in Brittany, Cornhill Magazine
  6. Edward and Catherine Stanley, Fraser's Magazine
  7. A Silesian Country House, Saturday Review
  8. The Criminal Code of the Jews - Part IV., Pall Mall Gazette
  9. Teaching Grandmother, by Alfred Austin, Cornhill Magazine
  10. Grandmother's Teaching, by Alfred Austin, Cornhill Magazine

Poetry.

A Folded Leaf, by J. E. Panton, Chamber's Journal
In Arcadia, by E. Conder Gray, Good Words
Mort d'Arthur, by H. W. D.
A Love-Song, by Heinrich Heine
Teaching Grandmother, by Alfred Austin, Cornhill Magazine
Grandmother's Teaching, by Alfred Austin, Cornhill Magazine


No. 1857. — January 17, 1880.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Loyalty, by Edward A. Freeman, Fortnightly Review
  2. The Sealed Letter, In Four Chapters, Temple Bar
  3. On the Utility to Flowers of their Beauty, by Edw. Fry, Contemporary Review
  4. Madame Roland de la Platiere, by Lady Jackson, Temple Bar
  5. The Rector of St. Matthew's, by Johnny Ludlow, Argosy
  6. The Criminal Code of the Jews - Part IV., Pall Mall Gazette
  7. Doubting Doubt, Spectator
  8. Curiosities of Trade in China, Pall Mall Budget
  9. The Marhatta Rebel, Spectator
  10. Chinese Cookery, Pall Mall Gazette
  11. Brigandage in Italy, Pall Mall Gazette

Poetry.

Epitaph for the Rev. Dr. Buckland, written by Dr. Shuttleworth, Bishop of Chichester, about the Year 1820, by Frederick Mant, Notes and Queries
Somehow or Other, Victoria Magazine
Little Lovers, Tinsley's Magazine
At Sunset, by F. W. B., Spectator

Miscellany.

The Re-Discussion of Ancient Solar Eclipses, Nature
Theft from the Boulak Museum at Cairo, Nature


No. 1858. — January 24, 1880.[edit]

Contents.

  1. The Functions of the Brain, by Dr. Julius Aithaus, Nineteenth Century
  2. He that will not when he may - Part VIII., by Mrs. Oliphant, Advance Sheets
  3. Buddha's First Sermon, Fortnightly Review
  4. Bush-Life in Queensland - Part I., Blackwood's Magazine
  5. Adam and Eve - Part III., by Mrs. Parr, the author of "Dorothy Fox", Advance Sheets
  6. Mandrin, a Desperado of the Last Century, translated by Mrs. E. W. Latimer, Supplément Littéraire du Figaro
  7. The Ticknor Library, Boston, Saturday Review
  8. Small Talk, Saturday Review
  9. Irresolution, Saturday Review
  10. A Feat in Triangulation, by T. H. N., Nature
  11. The Animal Heat of Fishes, Nature

Poetry.

The Fossil Lovers, by A. G., Nature
With the Dead Leaves, translated from Japanese, All The Year Round
Christmas Roses, by R. I. O., Spectator

No. 1859. — January 31, 1880.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Dr. Johnson, by J. Dennis, British Quarterly Review
  2. Adam and Eve - Part IV., by Mrs. Parr, the author of "Dorothy Fox", Advance Sheets
  3. First Impressions of the New World - Part II., by Duke of Argyll, Fraser's Magazine
  4. How I Fell Among Thieves, Blackwood's Magazine
  5. Life at High Pressure, by W. G. Blaikie, Macmillan's Magazine
  6. Annie Keary, Day of Rest
  7. "Dustyards", by Hon. Miss Palmer, Macmillan's Magazine
  8. The Future of Siberia, Spectator
  9. Tall Music, Saturday Review
  10. The Rule of the Old, Spectator
  11. The Asserted Artificial Production of the Diamond, by Nevil Story-Maskelyne, Nature

Poetry.

To Portia at Belmont, by J. S., Blackwood's Magazine
Three Angels, by F. S., Temple Bar
Sunshine and Shadow, by C. L. Pirkis, Temple Bar

Miscellany.

Modern Explosives, Science for All
The Cuckoo, Cassell's Natural History


No. 1860. — February 7, 1880.[edit]

Contents.

  1. The Force Behind Nature, by Dr. William B. Carpenter, Modern Review
  2. He that will not when he may - Part IX., by Mrs. Oliphant, Advance Sheets
  3. The Roman Breviary, Blackwood's Magazine
  4. Bush-Life in Queensland - Part II., Blackwood's Magazine
  5. The Character and Writings of Cyrus the Great, by George Rawlinson, Contemporary Review
  6. Windfalls, Spectator
  7. The Color of the Sea, Science for All
  8. Confidants, Spectator
  9. Contrarieties of Medicine, Blackwood's Magazine
  10. Pindar's Hymn to Persephone, by E. J. H., Blackwood's Magazine

Poetry.

A Good Old Man, by John Stuart Blackie, Good Words
Blue Gentian: a Thought, by Dinah Craik, the author of "John Halifax, Gentleman", Good Words
The Lament of Libanius, by Lionel A. Tollemache, Fraser's Magazine
Pindar's Hymn to Persephone, by E. J. H., Blackwood's Magazine


No. 1861. — February 14, 1880.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Mr. Gladstone, by Henry Dunckley, Fortnightly Review
  2. Earthbound: a Story of the Seen and the Unseen, by Mrs. Oliphant, Fraser's Magazine
  3. The Letters of the Late Mr. Dickens, by Matthew Browne, Contemporary Review
  4. Old-Fashioned Gardening, by Margaret A. Paul, Nineteenth century
  5. Justinian, by Robert Buchanan, Contemporary Review
  6. Fighting Fitzgerald, Cornhill Magazine
  7. The Restoration of the Jews, Spectator
  8. Flow of Viscous Materials - a Model Glacier, by J. T. Bottomley, Nature

Poetry.

Mist-Wraiths, All The Year Round
Upon the Threshold, by G. E., Chambers' Journal
Too Soon, by R. C. Lehmann, Chambers' Journal
Justinian, by Robert Buchanan, Contemporary Review

Miscellany.

Chinese Prohibition of the Consumption of Cow's Milk, Nature

No. 1862. — February 21, 1880.[edit]

Contents.

  1. The Progress of Taste, Quarterly Review
  2. Adam and Eve - Part V., by Mrs. Parr, the author of "Dorothy Fox", Advance Sheets
  3. Sir Humphry Davy, Temple Bar
  4. Fucinus: a Lost Lake and a New Found Land, New Quarterly Review
  5. He that will not when he may - Part X., by Mrs. Oliphant, Advance Sheets
  6. The Civil Code of the Jews - Part I., Pall Mall Gazette
  7. Revolutionary Laughter, Graphic

Poetry.

Adoration, by Mary Rowles, Sunday Magazine
Roses, Chambers' Journal
Athanatos, by Frank Phelps
Irish Lamentation, by Alfred Perceval Graves, Spectator


No. 1863. — February 28, 1880.[edit]

Contents.

  1. The Successors of Alexander and Greek Civilization in the East, Quarterly Review
  2. He that will not when he may - Part XI., by Mrs. Oliphant, Advance Sheets
  3. Some Hints on the Teaching of Latin, by George G. Ramsay, Macmillan's Magazine
  4. Celia: an Idyll - Part I., by Mrs. G. W. Godfrey, the author of "My Queen", Temple Bar
  5. An Imprisoned Princess - Leonora Christina of Denmark, by K. D. M., Fraser's Magazine
  6. Canon Liddon, Spectator
  7. Ingenuity Misapplied, Chambers' Journal
  8. The German Army, Pall Mall Gazette
  9. Children of the Pantomime, Graphic

Poetry.

Ode to Gautier, by Swinburne
Dirge, after Herrick, by P. P. A., Fraser's Magazine
Sonnet on a Drowned Friend, by P. P. A., Fraser's Magazine
Silence, by Thomas Hood
A Reminiscence

Miscellany.

Wealth in Egypt, Churchman


No. 1864. — March 6, 1880.[edit]

Contents.

  1. The Grand Dukes of Tuscany, Westminster Review
  2. Celia: an Idyll - Part II., by Mrs. G. W. Godfrey, the author of "My Queen", Temple Bar
  3. A White Rajah, Blackwood's Magazine
  4. Bush-Life in Queensland - Part III., Blackwood's Magazine
  5. Far Is Common Sense Attractive?, Spectator
  6. The Exiles of Siberia, Argosy

Poetry.

A Night Watch, by U., Macmillan's Magazine
Fallen Flowers, by Arthur O'Shaughnessy, Athenæum

Miscellany.

Origen of Plants, Chicago Medical Journal


No. 1865. — March 13, 1880.[edit]

Contents.

  1. The Beginning of Greek Sculpture - Part I., by Walter H. Pater, Fortnightly Review
  2. Celia: an Idyll - Part III., by Mrs. G. W. Godfrey, the author of "My Queen", Temple Bar
  3. The Present Conditions of Art, by G. F. Watts, Nineteenth Century
  4. My Baby or my Dog?, by L. T., Cornhill Magazine
  5. The New Fiction, by Henry Holbeach, Contemporary Review
  6. Sermons by Dr. Martineau and Dr. Liddon, Spectator
  7. Learning to Write, Spectator
  8. A Chinese Banquet, by Jules Verne, Leisure Hour

Poetry.

Death, by Thomas Hood
Surprised by Joy, Impatient as the Wind, by Wordsworth
Vigil, by Allison Hughes, Good Words
Flowers on the Top of the Pillars at the Entrance of the Cave of Staffa
Æolian, by F. W. B., Spectator
The Bubble of the Silver-Springing Waves, by W. C. Roscoe


No. 1866. — March 20, 1880.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Bishop Wilberforce, Quarterly Review
  2. He that will not when he may - Part XII., by Mrs. Oliphant, Advance Sheets
  3. British Lighthouses, Edinburgh Review
  4. Adam and Eve - Part VI., by Mrs. Parr, the author of "Dorothy Fox", Advance Sheets
  5. Street Discords, Saturday Review

Poetry.

Theo-Jingo-Machia, by H. M., Spectator
Laid By, by A. M. Munster

Miscellany.

Rejected MSS., Belgravia


No. 1867. — March 27, 1880.[edit]

Contents.

  1. The Romance of Modern Travel, Quarterly Review
  2. He that will not when he may - Part XIII., by Mrs. Oliphant, Advance Sheets
  3. The Halcyon's Nest, by Robert Caird, Macmillan's Magazine
  4. A Wild Irish Girl, Temple Bar
  5. The History of Writing, by Prof. A. H. Sayce, Nature
  6. Quarrels in a Library, Spectator
  7. Something about Milk, Nature
  8. Mr. Bright as a Churchman, Spectator
  9. Artificial Production of Diamonds, Nature

Poetry.

First Time at Church, by Emma Rhodes, Argosy
Spring, by Matthew Gotterson, Chambers' Journal
Prayer, by Hartley Coleridge