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Littell's Living Age
Volume 149

No. 1920. — April 2, 1881.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Lord Herbert of Cherbury, Blackwood's Magazine
  2. Don John - Part VIII., by Jean Ingelow, Day of Rest
  3. Ophelia, by Helena Faucit Martin, Blackwood's Magazine
  4. The Freres - Part V., by Mrs. Alexander, author of "The Wooing O't", Temple Bar
  5. The Origin of London, by G. A., Cornhill Magazine
  6. Recollections of a Highland Census, Chambers' Journal
  7. The Lesser "Barbarians", Spectator

Poetry.

Helen in the Wood, by A. Mary F. Robinson, Cornhill Magazine
Songs of the Sciences – Botany, Punch
Children and Lovers, by Alfred Percival Graves, Spectator
Desolation, by H. C. I., Spectator


No. 1921. — April 9, 1881.[edit]

Contents.

  1. The Unity of Nature - Part VII., by George Campbell, the Duke of Argyll, Contempory Review
  2. Don John - Part IX., by Jean Ingelow, Day of Rest
  3. Guizot in Private Life, by Karl Hillebrand, Contemporary Review
  4. Visited on the Children - Part XIII., All The Year Round
  5. Autumn Wanderings, by J. A. S., Cornhill Magazine
  6. Spider-Showers, Chambers' Journal

Poetry.

Translations from Camoens, by Richard F. Burton, Athanæum
Em quanto quiz Fortuna que tivesse
Alma minha gentil, que te partiste
No mundo poucos annos, e cansados
Signs of Spring
The Highland Tartan, by Janetta Manners, Blackwood's Magazine

Miscellany.

Non-Durability of Pictures, Leisure Hour
Increased Flax Culture in America


No. 1922. — April 16, 1881.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Byron, by Matthew Arnold, Macmillan's Magazine
  2. The Freres - Part VI., by Mrs. Alexander, author of "The Wooing O't", Temple Bar
  3. Portia, by Helena Faucit Martin, Blackwood's Magazine
  4. Don John - Part X., by Jean Ingelow, Day of Rest
  5. Quakerism in Ireland, by E. Bagwell, Temple Bar
  6. Folgore da San Gemignano, by J. A. Symonds, Fortnightly Review
  7. Poor Miss Brackenthorpe, by Lady Lindsay (of Balcarres), Temple Bar
  8. A Turkish Madhouse, Globe
  9. With Mr. Parnell at M. Victor Hugo's, Pall Mall Gazette
  10. Movements of Plants, by Charles Darwin, Nature

Poetry.

"The Children Laughed and Sang", by J. H., Chambers' Journal
A Christmas Carol, by A. H. Baldwin
Darkly Now, Day of Rest
The Tryst, by Susan K. Phillips, Tinsley's Magazine


No. 1923. — April 23, 1881.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Macaulay, by Ernest Myers, Fraser's Magazine
  2. The Freres - Part VII., by Mrs. Alexander, author of "The Wooing O't", Temple Bar
  3. Desdemona, by Helena Faucit Martin, Blackwood's Magazine
  4. Visited on the Children - Part XIV., All The Year Round
  5. Lord Campbell, Fraser's Magazine
  6. A Model Swiss Commune, by Wm. Westall, Spectator
  7. Health and Mountains, Pall Mall Gazette
  8. The Iron and Stone Age in South Africa, Times of Natal

Poetry.

To Chaucer, by R. I. O., Spectator
Before the Spring, by E. D. S., Spectator
A Waste of Love
Naturie Penetralia, by H. C. I., Spectator


No. 1924. — April 30, 1881.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Sir George Etheredge, by Edmund J. Gosse, Cornhill Magazine
  2. Visited on the Children - Part XV., All The Year Round
  3. Autobiography, Cornhill Magazine
  4. The Freres - Part VIII., by Mrs. Alexander, author of "The Wooing O't", Temple Bar
  5. Thomas Carlyle, by M. O. W. O., Macmillan's Magazine
  6. Miss Tytler on Miss Austen, Spectator

Poetry.

The Bursting of the Monsoon, by H. C. I., Spectator
The Robins, All The Year Round
Nightingale and Cuckoo, by Alfred Austin, Cornhill Magazine
In Memoriam, by Archbishop Trench


No. 1925. — May 7, 1881.[edit]

Contents.

  1. The Unity of Nature - Part VIII., by George Campbell, the Duke of Argyll, Contempory Review
  2. The Freres - Part IX., by Mrs. Alexander, author of "The Wooing O't", Temple Bar
  3. A Sunday at Leksand, Temple Bar
  4. The Court of Hanover, by Oscar Meding, Contemporary Review
  5. Visited on the Children - Part XVI., All The Year Round
  6. A Study of Carlyle, by the author of "The Moral Influence of George Eliot", Contemporary Review
  7. The Eucalyptus in the Roman Campagna, Chambers' Journal
  8. The Extraordinary Papal Jubilee, Sunday Review
  9. The St. Petersburg Dynamite Mine, Nature

Poetry.

Monte Rosa, by Roden Noel

Miscellany.

The Creosote Plant, British Medical Journal


No. 1926. — May 14, 1881.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Old Scottish Society, Blackwood's Magazine
  2. The Beautiful Miss Roche - Part I.Mrs. G. W. GodfreyMrs. G. W. Godfrey,the author of "Dolly," "A Little Bohemian," "Auld Robyn Gray," etc., Temple Bar
  3. Jewish Home Life, by Helen Zimmern, Fraser's Magazine
  4. Visited on the Children - Part XVII., All The Year Round
  5. Winter Nights at Davos, by J. A. S., Cornhill Magazine
  6. Mrs. Barbauld, by H. Barton Baker, Argosy
  7. The Use of Relations, Spectator
  8. Fish-Culture on the United States, Nature
  9. The Mental Effect of Earthquakes, Spectator

Poetry.

Timasitheos, by Edmund W. Gosse, Cornhill Magazine
Spring, by C. C. Fraser-Tytler, Spectator


No. 1927. — May 21, 1881.[edit]

Contents.

  1. The Rise of the Huguenots, Church Quarterly Review
  2. The Beautiful Miss Roche - Part II., by Mrs. G. W. Godfrey,the author of "Dolly," "A Little Bohemian," "Auld Robyn Gray," etc., Temple Bar
  3. The Boers at Home, by J. J. Muskett, Contemporary Review
  4. Vallombrosa, Blackwood's Magazine
  5. Visited on the Children - Part XVIII., All The Year Round
  6. The Youth of Henry the Fifth, by Alex. Charles Ewald, Cornhill Magazine
  7. Catching Cold, Spectator
  8. Poets in Active Life, Quarterly Review

Poetry.

My Violet, by J. T. Burton Wollaston, Golden Hours
James Spedding, by Ernest Myers, Fraser's Magazine
Gentle Influences, Chambers' Journal
Twilight, by Zoe, Spectator
A Love's Life, by James Ashcroft Noble

No. 1928. — May 28, 1881.[edit]

Contents.

  1. The Father of Penny Postage, London Quarterly Review
  2. The Beautiful Miss Roche - Part III., by Mrs. G. W. Godfrey,the author of "Dolly," "A Little Bohemian," "Auld Robyn Gray," etc., Temple Bar
  3. The Morality of the Profession of Letters, by Robert Louis Stevenson, Fortnightly Review
  4. The Freres - Part X., by Mrs. Alexander, author of "The Wooing O't", Temple Bar
  5. William Blake, by Frederick Wedmore, Temple Bar
  6. A Night on Mount Washington, by Professor W. G. Blaikie, D.D., LL.D., Good Words
  7. Round Delia's Basket, by Edmund Thew, M.A., Blackwood's Magazine
  8. Dr. Southey and Thomas Carlyle, Notes and Queries
  9. Unpublished Letters of Dr. Johnson, Notes and Queries

Poetry.

Camilla, by G. S. H., Temple Bar
The Sower, by Dinah Craik, the author of "John Halifax, Gentleman", Sunday Magazine
Memory's Song, by A. M., Macmillan's Magazine

No. 1929. — June 4, 1881.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Margaret, Duchess of Newcastle, Blackwood's Magazine
  2. The Freres - Part XI., by Mrs. Alexander, author of "The Wooing O't", Temple Bar
  3. The Unity of Nature - Part IX., by George Campbell, the Duke of Argyll, Contempory Review
  4. Visited on the Children - Part XIX., All The Year Round
  5. Mr. Thrale, by T. E. Kebbel, Fraser's Magazine
  6. Science in China, Nature
  7. The Hippopotamus, Seven Years in South Africa
  8. Porpoise-Shooting, San Francisco News-Letter
  9. From the "Iliad of India", by Edwin Arnold, Contemporary Review

Poetry.

A Swan's Song, by G. B. Stuart, Argosy
To April, by J. S. D., Spectator
Thomas Carlyle, by John Nichol
"If Life should a Well-Order'd Poem be", by Cowley
From the "Iliad of India", by Edwin Arnold, Contemporary Review

Miscellany.

The Great Bell of St. Paul's, City Press


No. 1930. — June 11, 1881.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Carlyle's Lectures on the Periods of European Culture, by Edward Dowden, Nineteenth Century
  2. A Bishop's Confession, Cornhill Magazine
  3. Law Reform in the Days of Justinian, by Thomas Hodgkin, Contemporary Review
  4. Lost, Macmillan's Magazine
  5. One Year in a German Cookery School, by E. H., Cornhill Magazine
  6. Visited on the Children - Part XX., All The Year Round
  7. Hobbies, Spectator
  8. The Industrial Ideal of Life, Spectator
  9. The Ethnology of Eyes, Standard

Poetry.

Seeking Rest, by Frederick Langbridge, Good Words
"O my Dove! What doth Befall her", by Passerat
"Sweet April, Pride of the Ways", by Remy Belleau
The Deaths of Thomas Carlyle and George Eliot, by Algernon Charles Swinburne, Athanæum

Miscellany.

A Parcels' Post, Economist
The Jews and Slavery, Jewish Chronicle


No. 1931. — June 18, 1881.[edit]

Contents.

  1. The Sword, Blackwood's Magazine
  2. Autobiography of an Agnostic, by B. Thomas, Fraser's Magazine
  3. A Dialogue on Poetic Morality, by Vernon Lee, Contemporary Review
  4. A Lancashire Poets' Corner, by J. A. Noble, Fraser's Magazine
  5. The "Silver Streak", by Admiral Lord Dunsany, Nineteenth Century
  6. The Revised New Testament, Spectator
  7. A Giant Calamary, Cassell's Natural History

Poetry.

Autumn Leaves, by Victor Hugo
"My Daughter, Hence and Pray! See, Night is Stealing o'er us", by Victor Hugo
"My Heart Before the God of Innocence I lay me", by Gilbert
"Hope, Child! To-Morrow", by Victor Hugo


No. 1932. — June 25, 1881.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Statius, by Alfred Church, Fortnightly Review
  2. A French Speculation, Blackwood's Magazine
  3. George Eliot, by Edith Simcox, Nineteenth Century
  4. The Freres - Part XII., by Mrs. Alexander, author of "The Wooing O't", Temple Bar
  5. Spring Wanderings, by J. A. Symonds, Cornhill Magazine
  6. Molly: a Sketch in Three Tones, Argosy
  7. Refugees, St. James's Gazette

Poetry.

Carlyle, by John Stuart Blackie
"Among the Lily Flowers, To-Day", by Vauquelin de la Fresnaye
"Ye Ladies, and Each Gentle Maiden", by Alain Chartier, A.D. 1450
Soon as, with Neighbor Hinds I've Led", by Vauquelin de la Fresnaye
"The Year has Laid his Mantle by", by Charles d'Orleans
"When the Violet Breaks to Flower", A.D. 1160
"Go Forth, my Song! thy Goal Remember"