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Littell's Living Age
Volume 153

No. 1972. — April 8, 1882.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Charles Lyell, Quarterly Review
  2. The Freres - Part XXXI., by Mrs. Alexander, author of "The Wooing O't", Temple Bar
  3. The Yellowstone Geysers, by F. Francis, Nineteenth Century
  4. Robin - Part V., by Mrs. Parr, author of "Adam and Eve", Temple Bar
  5. Jane Austen, Temple Bar
  6. On the Whale Fishery of the Basque Provinces of Spain, Nature
  7. A Famous Quaker School, All The Year Round
  8. American Ants, by George J. Romanes, Nature
  9. Destruction of Egyptian Monuments, Blackwood's Magazine

Poetry.

A Tract for the Time, Punch
Chrysanthemums, Chambers' Journal
The Sonnet's Voice, by Theodore Watts


No. 1973. — April 15, 1882.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Amye Robsart, by J. E. Jackson, Nineteenth Century
  2. The Freres - Part XXXII., by Mrs. Alexander, author of "The Wooing O't", Temple Bar
  3. Russia and the Revolution, by B. F. C. Costelloe, Macmillan's Magazine
  4. Iar.Connaught: a Sketch, by E. L., Cornhill Magazine
  5. The "Burden of Sovereignty", Spectator
  6. Midnight Tea, Spectator

Poetry.

Sunset with Clouds, by Gerrard Lewis
Lines, Suggested by a Bird Singing, a Wood-Primrose in Flower, a Child Playing, and an Early Butterfly, Chambers' Journal
"They do but Grope in Learning's Pedant Round", by Newman
"For we the Mighty Mountain Plains have Trod", by Aubrey de Vere


No. 1974. — April 22, 1882.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Italy as it Is, by James Melvin, Fortnightly Review
  2. Lady Jane - Part III., by Mrs. Oliphant, Good Words
  3. Queen Elizabeth at Hatfield - Part I., by R. J Gunton, Macmillan's Magazine
  4. At his Wits' End, Sunday Magazine
  5. Robin - Part VI., by Mrs. Parr, author of "Adam and Eve", Temple Bar
  6. On the Names of the Greeks, by E. L. Hicks, Nineteenth Century
  7. Property versus Person - Inequality of Sentences, by Donald H. Macfarlane, Macmillan's Magazine

Poetry.

The Sleeper, by James Thomson, Cornhill Magazine
"Count each Affliction, whether Light or Grave", by Aubrey de Vere

Miscellany.

Agriculture in the Crimea To-day, Temple Bar
Carne Seca, Chambers' Journal


No. 1975. — April 29, 1882.[edit]

Contents.

  1. The State Trials, Cornhill Magazine
  2. Robin - Part VII., by Mrs. Parr, author of "Adam and Eve", Temple Bar
  3. Queen Elizabeth at Hatfield - Part II., by R. J Gunton, Macmillan's Magazine
  4. Lady Jane - Part IV., by Mrs. Oliphant, Good Words
  5. James and John Stuart Mill: Traditional and Personal Memorials, by J. S. Stuart-Glennie, Macmillan's Magazine
  6. Talk and Talkers, by R. L. S., Cornhill Magazine
  7. Economic Geology of India - Part I., Nature
  8. The Future of English Humor, Spectator
  9. Precious Coral, Nature

Poetry.

The Poet and the Children, by John G. Whittier, Wide Awake for May
The Dæmon, by C. McK., Chambers' Journal
"No Longer Mourn for me when I am Dead", by Shakespeare
"Long Time a Child", by Hartley Coleridge

Miscellany.

The Foreign Trade of India


No. 1976. — May 6, 1882.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Mohammedanism and the Ottoman Turks, by T. C. Trowbridge, British Quarterly Review
  2. Robin - Part VIII., by Mrs. Parr, author of "Adam and Eve", Temple Bar
  3. Elizabeth Stuart, Queen of Bohemia - Part I., by H. Schutz Wilson, Modern Review
  4. Pentock - Part I., Blackwood's Magazine
  5. Out of the Beaten Track in Madagascar, Temple Bar
  6. A New Theory of the Sun, by C. William Siemens, Nineteenth Century
  7. Odd Notices, Chambers' Journal
  8. Country Lawyers, Saturday Review
  9. Amber, Chambers' Journal
  10. Prophetic Misanthropy, Spectator
  11. The Last Encyclical, Saturday Review

Poetry.

Bluebells, All The Year Round
The Bugle Notes of Spring, by James Rigg, Good Words
"Not to be Tuneless in Old Age", by Austin Dobson

Miscellany.

A Typical Indian Village, by Birdwood, The Industrial Arts of India


No. 1977. — May 13, 1882.[edit]

Contents.

  1. A Sketch of the Criminal Law, by James Fitzjames Stephen, Nineteenth Century
  2. Pentock - Part II., Blackwood's Magazine
  3. On the Development of the Color-Sense, by Montagu Lubbock, Fortnightly Review
  4. Emilia: an Episode, by E. F. Poynter, Temple Bar
  5. Jane Austen and Charlotte Bronte: a Contrast, by A. Armitt, Modern Review
  6. A Port of the Past, Cornhill Magazine
  7. Economic Geology of India - Part II., Nature
  8. Art Metal-Work of Japan, Nature

Poetry.

The Church by the Sea, by Edmund W. Gosse, Cornhill Magazine
The Year of Deaths, April, 1881-2, by S. H. Palfrey
The Reason Why, by M. E. G., Spectator

Miscellany.

Nineteenth Century Friendships, Pall Mall Gazette
Chinese Burial in Former Times


No. 1978. — May 20, 1882.[edit]

Contents.

  1. The Life of James Mill, by John Morley, Fortnightly Review
  2. Peppiniello. Twenty-Four Hours with a Neapolitan Street-Boy, Cornhill Magazine
  3. Alfonso La Marmora, by G. S. Godkin, Modern Review
  4. The Bandsman's Story, Blackwood's Magazine
  5. Rossetti's Poems, Edinburgh Review
  6. The Wild Silks of India, by W. Odell, Nature
  7. A Norman Priest, by H. J. Gibbs, Athenæum

Poetry.

A Little Link, All The Year Round
Cecinit Viator, by David Fitzgerald, Athenæum

Miscellany.

Rock Destroyed by Ice


No. 1979. — May 27, 1882.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Ants, Westminster Review
  2. A Little Pilgrim: in the Unseen, Macmillan's Magazine
  3. Across the Yellow Sea, Blackwood's Magazine
  4. Lady Jane - Part V., by Mrs. Oliphant, Good Words
  5. Mr. D. G. Rossetti, Athenæum
  6. Slavery in Hong Kong, Spectator
  7. Boar-Hunting in the Ardennes, Belgravia

Poetry.

Rain at Midnight, by C. G., Chambers' Journal
Adrift, by May Probin, Macmillan's Magazine

Miscellany.

Negligent Doctors in Shanghai


No. 1980. — June 3, 1882.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Journals of Caroline Fox, Quarterly Review
  2. Prudence Hart, by Georgiana M. Craik, Argosy
  3. Life in Old Florence, by J. Theodore Bent, Fraser's Magazine
  4. A Word about America, by Matthew Arnold, Nineteenth Century
  5. The Ladies Lindores - Part I., by Mrs. Oliphant, Blackwood's Magazine
  6. Ralph Waldo Emerson, Spectator
  7. Mr. Emerson, Saturday Review
  8. The Literature of Tiflis, Public Opinion
  9. Sunrise, by W. W. S., Blackwood's Magazine
  10. Moon-Rise, by W. W. S., Blackwood's Magazine

Poetry.

Easter Greeting, by Antonia Dickson, Chambers' Journal
A Translation, by E. M. Clerke, Academy
Sunrise, by W. W. S., Blackwood's Magazine
Moon-Rise, by W. W. S., Blackwood's Magazine


No. 1981. — June 10, 1882.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Jonathan Swift, Quarterly Review
  2. The Ladies Lindores - Part II., by Mrs. Oliphant, Blackwood's Magazine
  3. The Arcady of our Grandfathers, by Augustus Jessopp, Nineteenth Century
  4. A Visit to the Queen of Burmah, by Ellen Rowett, Fraser's Magazine
  5. The Next World, Spectator
  6. A La Mode in 1800, Temple Bar
  7. Ice-Making in India, Chambers' Journal
  8. Hebrew Translations, Jewish Chronicle

Poetry.

Sunshine, All The Year Round
A Morning Lesson, by Bessie B. Hunt, Boston Journal
Sleepy Hollow, by William Sharp, Academy


No. 1982. — June 17, 1882.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Marcus Aurelius Antoninus, by Frederick W. H. Myers, Fortnightly Review
  2. Charles Lamb and his Friends, by John Dennis, Fraser's Magazine
  3. Aunt Mona, Argosy
  4. The Last King of Tahiti, by C. F. Gordon Cumming, Contemporary Review
  5. Cecily, All The Year Round
  6. "Poor White Trash", Cornhill Magazine
  7. The Pepysian Library, Chambers' Journal
  8. In Memoriam - Dr. John Brown, Spectator
  9. The Convent of Monte Oliveto, Near Siena, by J. A. S., Cornhill Magazine

Poetry.

Buttercups, All The Year Round
To-Day, by E. T. F., Sunday Magazine
Our Latter Days, by Sarah Doudney, Sunday Magazine


No. 1983. — June 24, 1882.[edit]

Contents.

  1. British North Borneo, or Sabah, by R. S. Gundry, Contemporary Review
  2. Barney's Neighbor - Part I., by C. Brinley, Sunday Magazine
  3. Samothrace and its Gods: a New Exploration, by J. S. Stuart-Glennie, Contemporary Review
  4. Robin - Part IX., by Mrs. Parr, author of "Adam and Eve", Temple Bar
  5. Scotch Funerals, by William McQueen, Macmillan's Magazine
  6. The Jews in German Literature; or, What German Literature Owes the Jews, by M. B.-E., Temple Bar
  7. Great Paul, Saturday Review
  8. The Eddystone Lighthouse, Saturday Review
  9. Modern Fifth-Monarchy Men, Saturday Review

Poetry.

In Memoriam, by H. D. Rawnsley
Tempora Mutantur, by C. A. Goodhart, Spectator
The Moon and I, by A. Matheson, Good Words
The Anchor of the Soul, by Isaac Sharp, Good Words

Miscellany.

An Eastern Legend, Das Deutsche Familienblatt


No. 1984. — June 30, 1882.[edit]

Contents.

  1. The Boundaries of Astronomy, by Robert S. Ball, Contemporary Review
  2. Lady Jane - Part VI., by Mrs. Oliphant, Good Words
  3. Three Months' Holiday in Norway in 1881, by E. A. Arnold, Macmillan's Magazine
  4. The Ladies Lindores - Part III., by Mrs. Oliphant, Blackwood's Magazine
  5. The Tower of London, by A. B. Mitford, Nineteenth Century
  6. An Eton Boy, by Mathew Arnold, Fortnightly Review
  7. The City Churches, Saturday Review
  8. The Commercial Spirit in Modern Education, St. James's Magazine

Poetry.

"Arrears", Punch
Summer, by John Addington Symonds
Age, by W. B. Scott

Miscellany.

Dangers of the Umbrella Trade