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Littell's Living Age
Volume 162

No. 2089. — July 5, 1884.[edit]

Contents.

  1. The Clothes of Religion, by Wilfred Ward, National Review
  2. The "Clothes of Religion", Spectator
  3. The Baby's Grandmother - Part XV., Blackwood's Magazine
  4. Hayward's Essays, Temple Bar
  5. Mitchelhurst Place - Part I., Macmillan's Magazine
  6. My Arab, Cornhill Magazine
  7. Letters from an Idle Woman's Postbag. 1884, by Lady John Manners, National Review
  8. The Library of a Lady of the Seventeenth Century, by Anne Fellowes, Leisure Hour
  9. Valentine Baker, Army and Navy Magazine

Poetry.

Faith, by Pakenham Beatty, Spectator
"Only Cousins, don't you see", by J. Williams, Chambers' Journal
He Leads us on, Golden Hours
Nature's Voices, by Samuel Waddington, Academy


No. 2090. — July 12, 1884.[edit]

Contents.

  1. The Malay Archipelago, Quarterly Review
  2. Mitchelhurst Place - Part II., Macmillan's Magazine
  3. What do the Irish Read?, by J. Pope Hennessy, Nineteenth Century
  4. Magda's Cow - Part I., Blackwood's Magazine
  5. In a Greek Family To-Day, by J. Theodore Bent, Macmillan's Magazine
  6. Charles Lamb's Letters, by Spencer Leigh Hughes, Golden Hours
  7. The Irish "Coronation Stone", Spectator
  8. Conquest and Character, Spectator

Poetry.

Mont Blanc Revisited, Golden Hours
In Spring, All The Year Round
A Butterfly in the City, by Edwin C. Smales, Chambers' Journal

Miscellany.

The Coal Deposits of Alabama, Iron

No. 2091. — July 19, 1884.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Le Style c’est L’homme, by the Earl of Lytton, Fortnightly Review
  2. Magda’s Cow - Part II., Blackwood’s Magazine
  3. Dictionary-Making, Past and Present, by Richard Lovett, British Quarterly Review
  4. A Remarkable Irish Trial, by J. O'Donoghue, Longman’s Magazine
  5. Hindoo Pilgrims and Living Waters, by C.F. Gordon Cumming, Gentleman’s Magazine
  6. In the Tunnel, Temple Bar
  7. The Scots Brigade, Scottish Review
  8. Under the Shadow of the Sphinx, Macmillan’s Magazine
  9. The Destiny of Holland, Spectator
  10. The Wellington Statue, Times

Poetry.

The Hawthorn, All The Year Round
A Birthday, by Florence Tylee, Argosy


No. 2092. — July 26, 1884.[edit]

Contents.

  1. With Baker and Graham in the Eastern Soudan, by John Macdonald, Nineteenth Century
  2. Beauty and the Beast - Part IX., by Sarah Tytler, author of "Citoyenne Jacqueline," "Lady Bell," etc., Good Words
  3. Sophocles, by S. H. Butcher, Fortnightly Review
  4. Princess Alice, by Malcolm MacColl, Fortnightly Review
  5. Texas as a Career, Spectator
  6. Pathology in History, Alienist and Neurologist
  7. The Extinct Lakes of the Great Basin, Nature
  8. Popular Cookery, Spectator
  9. Habits of Burrowing Crayfishes in the United States, by Ralph S. Tarr, Nature
  10. The Unlucky Dukedom, Whitehall Review

Poetry.

Under the Limes, by J. T. Burton Wollaston, Argosy
On a Country Road, by Algernon Charles Swinburne, Nineteenth Century
The Pyramids, by Charles H. Butcher, Spectator


No. 2093. — August 2, 1884.[edit]

Contents.

  1. The Federal States of the World, by J. N. Dalton, Nineteenth Century
  2. Magda's Cow - Part III., Blackwood's Magazine
  3. The Proto-Helvetians, by William Westall, Contemporary Review
  4. The Baby's Grandmother - Part XVI., Blackwood's Magazine
  5. Wordsworth's Relations to Science, by R. Spence Watson, Macmillan's Magazine
  6. Madame de Krudener - Part I., by Margaret Mary Maitland, Gentleman's Magazine
  7. Algernon Sydney, Saturday Review
  8. Prayers for the Dead, Spectator
  9. Wallenstein, by H. Schutz Wilson, Gentleman's Magazine
  10. The Prince of Orange, Saturday Review
  11. Tame Snakes: a True Story, by Walter Severn, Cassell's Magazine

Poetry.

A Lost Morning, by Herman C. Merivale, Spectator
'Αντάρκεια, by Pakenham Beatty, Spectator
A Picture, by Herbert New, Spectator


No. 2094. — August 9, 1884.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Bossuet, Quarterly Review
  2. Beauty and the Beast - Part X., by Sarah Tytler, author of "Citoyenne Jacqueline," "Lady Bell," etc., Good Words
  3. Roman Life in the Last Century, by Linda Villari, National Review
  4. Mitchelhurst Place - Part III., Macmillan's Magazine
  5. The Life of St. Margaret, Scottish Review
  6. Newspapers, by Thomas Gibson Bowles, Fortnightly Review
  7. A Peasant Home in Breton, Time

Poetry.

Juventus Mundi, by Charles Kingsley, Macmillan's Magazine
Parting, translated from the Low German by J. W. Crombie, Temple Bar
July, by Jennette Fothergil, Sunday Magazine

Miscellany.

Electricity Ubiquitous, Electrician


No. 2095. — August 16, 1884.[edit]

Contents.

  1. The Liberal Movement in English Literature - Part I., by William John Courthope, National Review
  2. The Baby's Grandmother - Part XVII., Blackwood's Magazine
  3. Easter Week in Amorgos, by J. Theodore Bent, Macmillan's Magazine
  4. Mitchelhurst Place - Part IV., Macmillan's Magazine
  5. Wren's Work and its Lessons, by James Cubitt, Contemporary Review
  6. Contemporary Life and Thought in France, by G. Monod, Contemporary Review
  7. Among the Teutons, Temple Bar
  8. "The Boy Jones", All The Year Round
  9. The Inner Circle Railway Completion, Globe

Poetry.

Martin Lightfoot's Song, by Charles Kingsley
After the Rain, All The Year Round
Unquenched, by Elizabeth Stewart Phelps

Miscellany.

Dinner on a Japanese Steamboat, English Illustrated Magazine

No. 2096. — August 23, 1884.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Venice, Blackwood’s Magazine
  2. The Baby's Grandmother - Part XVIII., by Lucy Bethia Walford, Blackwood's Magazine
  3. Untrodden Italy - The Sila Forest, by J. P. Mahaffy, Contemporary Review
  4. Mitchelhurst Place - Part V., Macmillan's Magazine
  5. William the Silent, Times
  6. Three Days amongst the Dutchmen, Tinsley's Magazine
  7. "John Bull et son Ile" in the Seventeenth Century, Spectator
  8. Slips of the Tongue and Pen, All The Year Round
  9. The Business of Pleasure, Spectator
  10. Peter Mackey's Three Sweethearts, by E. A. B., Argosy
  11. Manx Smuggling, All The Year Round


No. 2097. — August 30, 1884.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Italian University Life in the Middle Ages, by J. Theodore Bent, British Quarterly Review
  2. Beauty and the Beast - Part XI., by Sarah Tytler, author of "Citoyenne Jacqueline," "Lady Bell," etc., Good Words
  3. A Legend of Vanished Waters, Scottish Review
  4. Tzigge, by M. Eastwood, Belgravia
  5. The Three Poems "In Memoriam", Quarterly Review
  6. Madame de Krudener - Part II., by Margaret Mary Maitland, Gentleman's Magazine
  7. The English Church on the Continent, by C. W. Gibraltar, Fortnightly Review

Poetry.

Out of Town, by W. D., St. James's Gazette
After a Little While, Golden Hours


No. 2098. — September 6, 1884.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Peter the Great, Quarterly Review
  2. Beauty and the Beast - Part XII., by Sarah Tytler, author of "Citoyenne Jacqueline," "Lady Bell," etc., Good Words
  3. Hodson of Hodson's Horse, by T. R. E. Holmes, National Review
  4. Mitchelhurst Place - Part VI., Macmillan's Magazine
  5. Alliteration, by T. Ashe, Temple Bar
  6. A New Aid to Thrift, Spectator
  7. Social Village Life in 1800, All The Year Round
  8. Birds'-nest Soup, Nature
  9. Crocked Answers, Spectator

Poetry.

The Ameer's Message, by Alfred C. Lyall, National Review
"Ein' feste Burg ist unser Gott", by Martin Luther, translated by R. M'Lintock, Academy

Miscellany.

The Mohair Trade, Economist


No. 2099. — September 13, 1884.[edit]

Contents.

  1. John Gibson Lockhart, by George Saintsbury, National Review
  2. Mitchelhurst Place - Part VII., Macmillan's Magazine
  3. Sussex, by Henry G. Hewlett, Nineteenth Century
  4. Bab, by Stanley J. Weyman, English Illustrated Magazine
  5. A Scene from Florida Life, by Charles Edwardes, Macmillan's Magazine
  6. The Marquis of Salisbury, K.G., Fortnightly Review
  7. The "Fortnightly" on Lord Salisbury, Spectator
  8. A Misconception of History, Spectator
  9. The Waxing and Waning of Glaciers, Spectator

Poetry.

Possibilities, by E. Nesbit, Argosy
July, Chambers' Journal
"Meliora Priora", by A. G. B., Spectator
The Skylark, by E. G. Charlesworth, Sunday Magazine
Mountain Idylls, by Heine, translated by F. Storr, Macmillan's Magazine
A Mountain Home
Confessio Fidei
A Mountain Transformation


No. 2100. — September 20, 1884.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Leo XIII., by R. Bonghi, Contemporary Review
  2. Monsieur Michaud's Fiancee, by Esme Stuart, Argosy
  3. Beaumarchais, Cornhill Magazine
  4. The Prophet of Walnut-Tree Yard, by Augustus Jessopp, Nineteenth Century
  5. Friede: a Village Story - Part I., by Mary E. Hullah, English Illustrated Magazine
  6. A Lady's Life in Manitoba, All The Year Round

Poetry.

To-Morrow, All The Year Round
Harebells, All The Year Round
In September, by C. D. Roberts, Longman's Magazine

Miscellany.

How Bandana Hankerchiefs are Made, The Draper
A Quaint Epitaph, Spectator


No. 2101. — September 27, 1884.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Goethe - Part I., by J. R. Seeley, Contemporary Review
  2. Beauty and the Beast - Part XIII., by Sarah Tytler, author of "Citoyenne Jacqueline," "Lady Bell," etc., Good Words
  3. Unpublished Notices of James Sharp, Archbishop of St. Andrews, Scottish Review
  4. Friede: a Village Story - Part II., by Mary E. Hullah, English Illustrated Magazine
  5. Mary Russell Mitford, by Alice King, Argosy
  6. Mount Carmel - Part I., by Laurence Oliphant, Sunday Magazine
  7. A Positivist Pigeon, Spectator
  8. Byron's Newstead - Part I., Athenæum
  9. Moscow's New Cathedral, London Times
  10. Lord Ampthill, Spectator

Poetry.

The Scapegoat, by A. Mary F. Robinson
The Philosopher's Atom, by Hugh MacColl, Spectator
On the Bridge, Academy