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Littell's Living Age
Volume 159

No. 2050. — October 6, 1883.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Dean Swift in Ireland, Quarterly Review
  2. Along the Silver Streak - Part VII., All The Year Round
  3. Some Personal Recollections of Madame Mohl, by M. C. M. Simpson, Macmillan's Magazine
  4. Town Mouse and Country Mouse - Part II., Temple Bar
  5. Ivan Tourgenief, Spectator
  6. The Rabbit Pest in Australasia, by C. F. Gordon-Cumming, Cassell's Magazine

Poetry.

Dandie's Last Journey, by Anna H. Drury, Good Words
Old Letters, by Lord Rosslyn

Miscellany.

Animal Intelligence, Colburn's New Monthly Magazine


No. 2051. — October 13, 1883.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Politics in the Lebanon, Fortnightly Review
  2. Along the Silver Streak - Part VIII., All The Year Round
  3. Colors and Cloths of the Middle Ages, by M. E. Haweis, Contemporary Review
  4. Summer Sport in Nova Zemla, Blackwood's Magazine
  5. A Polish Love-Story, Blackwood's Magazine
  6. Fielding's Bust, Saturday Review
  7. Some Economic Plants, Leeds Mercury
  8. Driving Tours, Saturday Review
  9. The Relief of Vienna, Times
  10. Faculties of Birds, Month

Poetry.

A City Pastoral, Good Words
The Ruin, by W. H. Harper, Spectator
At the Pit-Mouth, by W. H. Harper, Spectator
An Hellespont of Cream, by John Davies of Hereford


No. 2052. — October 20, 1883.[edit]

Contents.

  1. An Italian Official under Napoleon, Blackwood's Magazine
  2. Along the Silver Streak - Part IX., All The Year Round
  3. Notes of a Wanderer in Skye, Temple Bar
  4. Poor Little Life - Part I., Chamber's Journal
  5. Modern Dress, by G. Armytage, Fortnightly Review
  6. Ex-Marshal Bazaine's Apology, Temple Bar
  7. The British Association, by Arthur Cayley, M.A., D.C.L., LL.D., F.R.S., Nature
  8. Professor Cayley's Address, Spectator
  9. Prison Pets, Chambers' Journal
  10. Westminster Abbey, Chambers' Journal

Poetry.

The Child and Death, by E. M. Edmonds, Academy


No. 2053. — October 27, 1883.[edit]

Contents.

  1. The Religion of the Paris Ouvrier, by R. Heath, British Quarterly Review
  2. Poor Little Life - Part II., Chamber's Journal
  3. Some Things of Old Spain, All The Year Round
  4. Along the Silver Streak - Part X., All The Year Round
  5. Lord Baconsfield's Character, Temple Bar
  6. Contemporary Life and Thought in France, Contemporary Review
  7. The Expediency of Killing Eminent Men, Sunday Review
  8. The Cause of the Weakness of French Negotiations, Economist
  9. Extinct Miseries of Human Life, Saturday Review

Poetry.

The Voices of the Sea, All The Year Round
"Grass of Parnassus", by F. W. B., Spectator
Ariadne, Blackwood's Magazine


No. 2054. — November 3, 1883.[edit]

Contents.

  1. The Rise and Fall of Amsterdam, by Richard Heath, Contemporary Review
  2. The Wizard's Son - Part XVI., Macmillan's Magazine
  3. Some Recent Biographies, by W. F. Pollock, Fortnightly Review
  4. Cherry Roper's Penance, Argosy
  5. Earth Movements in Java, by Richard A. Proctor, Contemporary Review
  6. Some Reminiscences of Jane Welsh Carlyle, Temple Bar
  7. A Chinese Martyr of Our Own Times, by J. C. Earle, Month
  8. Inez de Castro, by C. A. W., Belgravia
  9. Le Mascaret, Saturday Review
  10. The Distance of the Sun, Times

Poetry.

October Song, by J. S. B., Blackwood's Magazine
The Two-Leaved Clover, by Frances Kershaw, Month
Guenevere, Blackwood's Magazine
Harvest Thanksgiving, by E. G. Charlesworth, Sunday Magazine


No. 2055. — November 10, 1883.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Scotland in the Eighteenth Century - 1707 - Part I., Scottish Review
  2. The Wizard's Son - Part XVII., Macmillan's Magazine
  3. Samuel Richardson, by H. D. Trail, Contemprary Review
  4. A Recollection of the Riviera, Temple Bar
  5. Through Portugal, by Augusta Gregory, Fortnightly Review
  6. Ruth Hayes - Part I., Belgravia
  7. University Life in the Early Part of the Seventeenth Century, by Francis Rye, Gentleman's Magazine
  8. Alpine Gossip, by J. T., Pall Mall Gazette
  9. A Pilgrimage to Adam's Peak, Pall Mall Gazette
  10. A River Parade in the British Army, Pall Mall Gazette

Poetry.

"Green", by S. M. Gidley, Sunday Magazine
"Look through the gloaming, the fireflies are roaming", Blackwood's Magazine
Love Strong as Death, by M. P., Chambers' Journal
Love Stronger than Death, by M. P., Chambers' Journal
Autumn Sympathy, by E. G. Charlesworth, Sunday Magazine

Miscellany.

The Writings of Euripides, Monthly Packet


No. 2056. — November 17, 1883.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Edward Henry Palmer, Church Quarterly Review
  2. Ruth Hayes - Part II., Belgravia
  3. The Story of a Little War, Blackwood's Magazine
  4. The Rose of Black Boy Alley - Part I., by Flora L. Shaw, author of "Castle Blair," etc., Sunday Magazine
  5. Toads, Past and Present, by E. Kay Robinson, Longman's Magazine
  6. Acting in Earnest, Chambers' Journal
  7. Judges' Clerks, Leisure Hour
  8. The Oyster Season, Morning Post

Poetry.

The Skylarks, by Rennell Rodd, Spectator
The Burden of Life, Blackwood's Magazine
An English Home, by A. C. Benson, Spectator

No. 2057. — November 24, 1883.[edit]

Contents.

  1. The Life and Times of St. Anselm, by John Gibb, British Quarterly Review
  2. The Rose of Black Boy Alley - Part II., by Flora L. Shaw, author of "Castle Blair," etc., Sunday Magazine
  3. Letters from Galilee - Part II., Blackwood's Magazine
  4. Madame d'Arblay, Cornhill Magazine
  5. Mr. Edwin Cole, the author of "Episodes in an Obscure Life", Sunday Magazine
  6. Sir Moses Montefiore, by Richard Rowe, Times
  7. The Cost of Living in Switzerland, Spectator
  8. Grown-Up Children, Globe

Poetry.

Alone, All The Year Round
A Fancy, by Joseph Dawson, Spectator
"Fortune my Foe", by Archibald Percefal Graves, Spectator
Patience, Blackwood's Magazine
A Breath of Heaven, by Herbert New, Spectator

Miscellany.

Early Marriages

No. 2058. — December 1, 1883.[edit]

Contents.

  1. The Fur-Seals of Commerce, Quarterly Review
  2. The Little Schoolmaster Mark, by J. Henry Shorthouse, author of "John Inglesant, English Illustrated Magazine
  3. Lady Anne Barnard at the Cape, Temple Bar
  4. Will Norway Become a Republic?, by Carl Siewers, National Review
  5. The Wizard's Son - Part XVIII., Macmillan's Magazine
  6. A Knight-Errant's Pilgrimage, by Alex. Charles Ewald, Temple Bar
  7. Mr. Trollope as Critic, Spectator
  8. Whitby in the Herring Season, Leeds Mercury

Poetry.

Lyrics of Pericles, translated by Herman Merivale, Spectator
Invocation to Ceres
Fishermen's Song
March and Bacchanal
The Light Shining in Darkness, Sunday Magazine
"Oh summer of the saints, last yearning sigh", by E. D. S., Spectator


No. 2059. — December 8, 1883.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Autobiography of Anthony Trollope, Blackwood's Magazine
  2. The Wizard's Son - Part XIX., Macmillan's Magazine
  3. Letters from Galilee - Part III., Blackwood's Magazine
  4. The Double Ghost we saw in Galicia, Blackwood's Magazine
  5. Florida "Crackers", Blackwood's Magazine
  6. Odet de Coligny, Cardinal Chatillon, Chambers' Journal
  7. A Statue to Alexandre Dumas, Saturday Review
  8. Evolution and Mind, Spectator
  9. Sayings of Children, Chambers' Journal

Poetry.

Crimson, by S. M. Gidley, Sunday Magazine
The Prize Flower, by M. C., Golden Hours
"Though muffled in your veil you go", by Gautier, translated from the French by H. G. Keene, Academy

Miscellany.

Amber, Draper


No. 2060. — December 15, 1883.[edit]

Contents.

  1. The New-Birth of Christian Philosophy, by William Berry, D.D., Contemporary Review
  2. Lord of Himself - Part I., by Edward Garrett, author of "Occupations of a Retired Life," "The Crust and the Cake," etc., Sunday Magazine
  3. Jersey, Macmillan's Magazine
  4. A Curious Experience, by Johnny Ludlow, Argosy
  5. The Sun's Corona, by Richard A. Proctor, Nineteenth Century
  6. The Rock of Cashel, by G. Goldie, Month
  7. An Annamese Decalogue, Saturday Review
  8. Beards, Spectator
  9. Jews at Jobar, Saturday Review
  10. French Convict Marriages, Chambers' Journal
  11. Old Postal Days in San Francisco, Gentleman's Magazine

Poetry.

Lyrics of Pericles, translated by Herman Merivale, Spectator
Ode to Neptune
The Dream of Pericles
Thanksgiving Ode
Poets, and Poets, by Rennell Rodd, Spectator

Miscellany.

Hair Suddenly Turning White, Notes and Queries


No. 2061. — December 22, 1883.[edit]

Contents.

  1. The Copts, by Sheldon Amos, Contemporary Review
  2. Between Two Stools, Temple Bar
  3. Saint Teresa, Quarterly Review
  4. A Maiden Fair - Part I., by Charles Gibbon, Good Cheer
  5. The Modern Nebuchadnezzar, by A. H. A. Hamilton, Longman's Magazine
  6. Toadstools, Daily Telegraph
  7. Venice in the East-End, by Richard Jefferies, Pall Mall Gazette
  8. The Mole, Chambers' Journal
  9. Mr. Ruskin on "Punch", Pall Mall Gazette

Poetry.

A Nocturne, by Walter Jerrold,
Ballade of His Own Country, by A. Lang, Longman's Magazine
"The thoughts are strange that crowd into my brain", by John Gardiner Calkins Brainard, Old Paper
"A bouquet for my love who loves me not!", All The Year Round

No. 2062. — December 29, 1883.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Robert Browning, by Roden Noel, Contemporary Review
  2. The Wizard's Son - Part XX., Macmillan's Magazine
  3. The Revival of the West Indies, by Nevile Lubbock, Nineteenth Century
  4. Lord of Himself - Part II., by Edward Garrett, author of "Occupations of a Retired Life," "The Crust and the Cake," etc., Sunday Magazine
  5. Christmas in Calcutta, by C. F. Gordon Cumming, Belgravia
  6. Match-Making in County Mayo, Queen

Poetry.

A Christmas Carol, by S. M. Gidley, Sunday Magazine
Charles Lamb, by Katharine Tynan, Spectator
In the Golden Glow, All The Year Round
For a Forthcoming Picture by mr. Alma Tadema, by J. A. Symonds, Academy

Miscellany.

Friendly Spiders, Month