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Littell's Living Age
Volume 154

No. 1985. — July 8, 1882.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Newgate: a Retrospect, by Arthur Griffiths, Fortnightly Review
  2. The Ladies Lindores - Part IV., by Mrs. Oliphant, Blackwood's Magazine
  3. The Geological Influences which have Affected British History, by Archibald Geikie, Macmillan's Magazine
  4. An Unpublished Diary Written by Dean Swift, by J. Churton Collins, Gentleman's Magazine
  5. Robin - Part X., by Mrs. Parr, author of "Adam and Eve", Temple Bar
  6. Peel and Cobden, by Prof. Goldwin Smith, Nineteenth Century
  7. The Charm of Garibaldi, Spectator
  8. Garibaldi and Italy, Economist
  9. Eton, Saturday Review
  10. Baron Fisco at Home, by W. W. Story, Blackwood's Magazine

Poetry.

The Love of the Past, Spectator
A Day, by E. H., Athanæum
"Girl Graduates", Punch
De Imitatione, Academy
Baron Fisco at Home, by W. W. Story, Blackwood's Magazine


No. 1986. — July 15, 1882.[edit]

Contents.

  1. The Lights of "Maga" - Part I., Blackwood's Magazine
  2. The Ladies Lindores - Part V., by Mrs. Oliphant, Blackwood's Magazine
  3. My Spider, by W. H. T. Winter, Gentleman's Magazine
  4. Robin - Part XI., by Mrs. Parr, author of "Adam and Eve", Temple Bar
  5. A French Assize, Cornhill Magazine
  6. An Attempt to Reach Merv; or, Six Weeks in Serrukhs, Temple Bar
  7. Oriental Patriotism, Spectator
  8. Poetry and Pessimism, Spectator
  9. "Für die Mouche", by Heine, translated from the German by Emily Pfeiffer, Academy

Poetry.

Two Portraits, All The Year Round
Daybreak in Paris, by Rosslyn, Temple Bar
"Für die Mouche", by Heine, translated from the German by Emily Pfeiffer, Academy


No. 1987. — July 22, 1882.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Richard Cobden, by S. Alfred Steinthal, Modern Review
  2. Barney's Neighbor - Part II., by C. Brinley, Sunday Magazine
  3. Names of Flowers, by J. A. F., Cornhill Magazine
  4. "Theophile", Temple Bar
  5. Henri Heine: a Family Portrait, by Nina H. Kennard, Contemporary Review
  6. Carlyle and His Wife, by H. R. Fox Bourne, Gentleman's Magazine
  7. Serjeant Ballantine's Experiences, Temple Bar
  8. The Apparent Jingoism of Ants, Spectator
  9. Saladin in Cairo, Saturday Review
  10. Life in a Parisian Studio, Pall Mall Gazette

Poetry.

Angelo Ribello, by J. A. Symonds, Academy
Dual Life, All The Year Round
The Sea, Academy

Miscellany.

The Elephant in Ceylon, Leeds Mercury


No. 1988. — July 29, 1882.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Newton and Darwin, by R. A. Proctor, Contemporary Review
  2. Robin - Part XII., by Mrs. Parr, author of "Adam and Eve", Temple Bar
  3. The Lights of "Maga" - Part II., Blackwood's Magazine
  4. The Marquis Jeanne Hyacinth de St. Palaye, by J. Henry Shorthouse, Macmillan's Magazine
  5. Æsthetic Poetry: Dante Gabriel Rossetti, by J. C. Shairp, Contemporary Review
  6. Some Thoughts on Browning, by Mary A. Lewis, Macmillan's Magazine
  7. Humors of Irish District Visiting, Chambers' Journal
  8. Indian Smells and Sounds, Temple Bar
  9. The Pilgrimage to Kevlaar, by Heine, translated from the German by Emily Pfeiffer, Contemporary Review

Poetry.

One of these Days, by Nella Parker, Golden Hours
A Song for Women, by A. Matheson, Macmillan's Magazine
The Pilgrimage to Kevlaar, by Heine, translated from the German by Emily Pfeiffer, Contemporary Review


No. 1989. — August 5, 1882.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Autobiographies: in the Time of the Commonwealth: Lucy Hutchinson - Alice Thornton, Blackwood's Magazine
  2. The Ladies Lindores - Part VI., by Mrs. Oliphant, Blackwood's Magazine
  3. Personal Reminiscences of General Garibaldi, by Alberto Mario, Macmillan's Magazine
  4. Goneril, a Story in Four Chapters, by A. Mary F. Robinson, Fraser's Magazine
  5. The Irish "Brogue" in Fiction: a Protest, by G. S., Month
  6. Contemporart Life and Thought in France, by G. Monod, Contemporary Review
  7. Snake-Anecdotes - Part I., Chambers' Journal

Poetry.

The Widow to her Hourglass, by Bloomfield
Vanished Hours, All The Year Round
Alas, so Long!, by D. G. Rossetti


No. 1990. — August 12, 1882.[edit]

Contents.

  1. The Turning-Point of the Middle Ages, by W. S. Lilly, Contemporary Review
  2. Robin - Part XIII., by Mrs. Parr, author of "Adam and Eve", Temple Bar
  3. With the Emigrants, by J. H. Tuke, Nineteenth Century
  4. A Hansom Amateur, Blackwood's Magazine
  5. French Prisons and Convict Establishments, Cornhill Magazine
  6. A Deserted Garden, Cornhill Magazine
  7. The Crimes of Colonization, Pall Mall Gazette
  8. Alexandria, Saturday Review

Poetry.

Temple and Worship, by Genevieve Irons, Good Words
"From the Rim it Trickles Down", by M'Intyre
Shadows, by A. Armstrong, Chambers' Journal


No. 1991. — August 19, 1882.[edit]

Contents.

  1. American Society in American Fiction, Edinburgh Review
  2. The Ladies Lindores - Part VII., by Mrs. Oliphant, Blackwood's Magazine
  3. Muhammad and his Teaching, by Monier Williams, Nineteenth Century
  4. A Cat's-Paw - Part I., All The Year Round
  5. Reminiscences of a Visit to Sir John Franklin, Chambers' Journal
  6. George Considine, author of "The Ghost of Aldrum Hall", Argosy
  7. Dickens as Dramatist, Spectator

Poetry.

Cuckoo!, by J. H. P., Chambers' Journal
To Mary - Aged Seven Days, by Nella Parker, Golden Hours
A Victoria Cross, by Fanny Peirson, Spectator

Miscellany.

Local Opinion of Wordsworth, Academy


No. 1992. — August 26, 1882.[edit]

Contents.

  1. North Borneo, Edinburgh Review
  2. Lewellin Penrose: Seaman, by Mrs. E. W. Latimer
  3. The Muses In Tyrol, Cornhill Magazine
  4. No New Things - Part I., Cornhill Magazine
  5. The Art of Life, Spectator
  6. Soliloquium Fratris Rogers Baconis, by R. H. Horne, Fraser's Magazine

Poetry.

A Pastoral Sermon, by G. B. Stuart, Argosy
Eventide, by Agnes M. Maconachie, Chambers' Journal
On Mr. Davenantt, who Died att Oxford in his Maioralty a Fortnight after his Wife
Soliloquium Fratris Rogers Baconis, by R. H. Horne, Fraser's Magazine

Miscellany.

Grass Fired by a Meteorite


No. 1993. — September 2, 1882.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Natural Scenery, Quarterly Review
  2. No New Things - Part II., Cornhill Magazine
  3. Talk and Talkers, by R. L. S., Cornhill Magazine
  4. The Ladies Lindores - Part VIII., by Mrs. Oliphant, Blackwood's Magazine
  5. Three Trips to Tartarus, by Helen Zimmern, Fraser's Magazine
  6. Will Stout the Parish Beadle, Chambers' Journal
  7. Reindeer, Spectator
  8. The Emancipation of Woman from the Piano, St. James's Gazette
  9. Urbs Roma Vale! - Part I., by J. P. M., Blackwood's Magazine

Poetry.

The Valley of Remorse, by L. S. Bevington, Athæneum
The Lay of the Last Vortex-Atom, by K., Nature
The Leaf in the Book, by Anastasius Grun, translated by C. B., Temple Bar
Urbs Roma Vale!, by J. P. M., Blackwood's Magazine

Miscellany.

The Transport of Frozen Fish, Engeneering


No. 1994. — September 9, 1882.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Literature and Science, by Matthew Arnold, Nineteenth Century
  2. No New Things - Part III., Cornhill Magazine
  3. Some Impressions of the United States - Part I., by Edward A. Freeman, Fortnightly Review
  4. Robin - Part XIV., by Mrs. Parr, author of "Adam and Eve", Temple Bar
  5. American Society and its Critics, Spectator
  6. Selfishness, Spectator
  7. "The Burnous of the Prophet", Spectator
  8. Korean Ethnology, by A. H. Keane, Nature
  9. The Power of Accumulation in Small Sums, Economist
  10. Paper and Pine-Apple Fibre, Chambers' Journal
  11. The Foreign Trade of China, Economist
  12. Mountaineering in the Alps, Land and Water
  13. Hindoo Marriage Customs, Leeds Mercury
  14. Owls, Time

Poetry.

Death and Life, by A. P. Stanley, Macmillan's Magazine
Song of a Poor Pilgrim, by George Mac Donald, LL.D., Sunday Magazine
A Birthday Sonnet, by N. T. B., Temple Bar
Flora, by Henry Patmore, Spectator

No. 1995. — September 16, 1882.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Charles Darwin and Evolution, Church Quarterly Review
  2. No New Thing - Part IV., Cornhill Magazine
  3. Caroline Fox, John Sterling, and John Stuart Mill, Westminster Review
  4. Robin - Part XV., by Mrs. Parr, author of "Adam and Eve", Temple Bar
  5. Reminiscence of a March, Blackwood's Magazine
  6. The Brethren of Deventer, by A. W. W., Cornhill Magazine
  7. Influence of Forests upon Streams, Kaifrarian Watchman

Poetry.

In a Palm Grove, by Graham L. Campbell, Golden Hours
Two Rondeaux, by Charles Dent Bell, D.D., Sunday Magazine


No. 1996. — September 23, 1882.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Mrs. Fanny Kemble's Records of her Life, Quarterly Review
  2. The Ladies Lindores - Part IX., by Mrs. Oliphant, Blackwood's Magazine
  3. Snake-Anecdotes - Part II., Chambers' Journal
  4. A Cat's-Paw - Part II., All The Year Round
  5. Comets, by William Huggins, Nineteenth Century
  6. Cetewayo's Meditations?, Spectator
  7. On Reading Shakespeare Through, Spectator
  8. Two Italian Geographers, Saturday Review
  9. The Foreign Trade of the United States, Economist
  10. The Influence of the United States upon the Money Market, Economist
  11. Death not Universal, Journal of Science
  12. Immigration into the United States, Economist
  13. A Voice from the Nile, by James Thomson, Fortnightly Review

Poetry.

La Source, by Théophile Gautier, translated from the French by G. Christie, Sunday Magazine
Constantinople, Athæneum
Love's Depth, by L. S. Bevington, Athæneum
A Garden Reverie, by I. L. Cosham, Sunday Magazine
A Voice from the Nile, by James Thomson, Fortnightly Review

No. 1997. — September 30, 1882.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Medæval Hymns, Quarterly Review
  2. The Little Pilgrim Goes up Higher, Macmillan's Magazine
  3. The Palace Of Urbino, by J. A. S., Cornhill Magazine
  4. No New Things - Part V., Cornhill Magazine
  5. The Vegetarian Animalcules of the Deep Sea, Spectator
  6. Adventurers, Globe

Poetry.

A Night in the Red Sea, Cornhill Magazine
On the Shore, All The Year Round
The Damsel of the Plain, by Theodore Watts, Athæneum
The Summer of Life, by C. G. O'Brien, Academy