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Littell's Living Age
Volume 163

No. 2102. — October 4, 1884.[edit]

Contents.

  1. The Liberal Movement in English Literature - Part II., by William John Courthope, National Review
  2. Beauty and the Beast - Part XIV., by Sarah Tytler, author of "Citoyenne Jacqueline," "Lady Bell," etc., Good Words
  3. Concerning Chili, by Cochrane, Fortnightly Review
  4. Mitchelhurst Place - Part VIII., Macmillan's Magazine
  5. The Dawn of the New Italy, by F. Nobili-Vitelleschi, Nineteenth Century
  6. Pictures from an Island; or, a Summer on the Baltic, by M. B. E., Temple Bar
  7. Mount Carmel - Part II., by Laurence Oliphant, Sunday Magazine
  8. Byron's Newstead - Part II., Athenæum
  9. Landscape Gardening in the Parks, St. James's Gazette

Poetry.

Evening on the Lake, Chambers' Journal
An Epistle to Dr. Oliver Wendell Holmes on his Seventy-fifth Birthday, by Edmund Gosse, Athenæum
Song of the Sea, by Sydney Grey, Leisure Hour

No. 2103. — October 11, 1884.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Science and Religion, by William Barry, D.D., Contemporary Review
  2. Mitchelhurst Place - Part IX., Macmillan's Magazine
  3. The Purgatorio of Dante, by E. H. Plumptre, Contemporary Review
  4. Abdoolah, by Percy White, Belgravia
  5. The Burning of Bristol, by G. Lathom Browne, National Review
  6. Voltaire's Last Visit to Paris, by Charles Hervey, Belgravia
  7. Life in St. Petersburg, by C. R. C., Temple Bar
  8. Migration of Fish, Daily Telegraph
  9. The Finest City in the World, Spectator

Poetry.

The Old Story, by Nora C. Usher, Public Opinion
Autumn, by H. G. Keene, Academy
Good-Bye, Sweetheart, All The Year Round


No. 2104. — October 18, 1884.[edit]

Contents.

  1. The Younger Pitt as an Orator, by C. F. Keary, National Review
  2. Mr. Pudster's Return, Chambers' Journal
  3. Sport and Travel in Norway, by C. N. Jackson, Fortnightly Review
  4. The Darwinian Theory of Instinct, by G. J. Romanes, Nineteenth Century
  5. At Any Cost - Part I., by Edward Garrett, author of "Occupations of a Retired Life," "The Crust and the Cake,"etc., Sunday Magazine
  6. Ralph Bernal Osborne, Temple Bar
  7. Modern Cathedrals, St. James's Gazette
  8. Bookselling in Russia, Spectator
  9. A Small-pox Camp, St. James's Gazette
  10. Raphael as an Architect, by J. P. Richter, Academy
  11. Gambling on Atlantic Boats, by D., St. James's Gazette

Poetry.

A Bihari Mill-Song, by Edwin Arnold, Contemporary Review


No. 2105. — October 25, 1884.[edit]

Contents.

  1. The Philosophy of John Inglesant, by H. Schutz Wilson, Modern Review
  2. The Hermit of Saint-Eugene, by W. E. Norris, Longman's Magazine
  3. Lord Lyndhurst, London Quarterly Review
  4. At Any Cost - Part II., by Edward Garrett, Sunday Magazine
  5. The Sanatorium of the Southern Ocean, Cornhill Magazine
  6. On the Reading of Books, Temple Bar
  7. Moorish Ambassador in Spain, Athenæum
  8. Curious Newspapers, Chambers' Journal

Poetry.

Two Devonshire Sonnets, by M. G. Watkins, Academy
The Otter Marshes
Beer Head
September, by F. W. B., Spectator
Together, All The Year Round

Miscellany.

An Approaching Star, Gentleman's Magazine


No. 2106. — November 1, 1884.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Daily Life in a Modern Monastery, by Elphege G. Cody, O.S.B., Nineteenth Century
  2. Mitchelhurst Place - Part X., Macmillan's Magazine
  3. Mark Pattison, by Jas. Cotter Morison, Macmillan's Magazine
  4. Mechanical Modes of Worship, by C. F. Gordon Cumming, Contemporary Review
  5. At Any Cost - Part III., by Edward Garrett, Sunday Magazine
  6. Gloves, by Ellis Schreiber, Month
  7. The Solar Corona, Times
  8. Hibernicisms, by M., Spectator
  9. German Tramps, Saturday Review
  10. Langdale Linen, by M. H., Spectator

Poetry.

The Tower of Bottreaux, by Robert Stephen Hawker
"Let Love Abide", by Sarah Doudney, Good Words

Miscellany.

Extracts of Tea and Coffee as Substitutes for Coca and Guarana, British Medical Journal


No. 2107. — November 8, 1884.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Is England a Great European Power?, Fortnightly Review
  2. Beauty and the Beast - Part XV., by Sarah Tytler, author of "Citoyenne Jacqueline," "Lady Bell," etc., Good Words
  3. Goethe - Part II., by J. R. Seeley, Contemporary Review
  4. At Any Cost - Part IV., by Edward Garrett, author of "Occupations of a Retired Life," "The Crust and the Cake,"etc., Sunday Magazine
  5. Bernal Osborne, by T. H. S. Escott, Fortnightly Review
  6. On Flying and Balloon Steering, by Henry Coxwell, Contemporary Review
  7. Life in Texas, by Vacuus Viator, Spectator
  8. Essential Oils, Spectator
  9. Mr. Lowell on the Coming King, Spectator
  10. The Connection between Chinese Music, Weights, and Measures, Nature
  11. Laou-Tsze and the Taou-Teh King, Progress
  12. The First Balloon Ascent in England, Pall Mall Gazette

Poetry.

Spliced, by I. F. Mayo, Leisure Hour
The Stray Blossom, by F. E. S., Chambers' Journal
Epitaph

Miscellany.

Poor French Cooking, Ladies' Gazette of Fashion


No. 2108. — November 15, 1884.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Pascal's "Pensees", by C. Kegan Paul, British Quarterly Review
  2. Beauty and the Beast - Part XVI., by Sarah Tytler, author of "Citoyenne Jacqueline," "Lady Bell," etc., Good Words
  3. Modern Quakerism, by Alx. Gordon, Modern Review
  4. At Any Cost - Part V., by Edward Garrett, author of "Occupations of a Retired Life," "The Crust and the Cake,"etc., Sunday Magazine
  5. Has the Newest World the Oldest Population?, London Quarterly Review
  6. Coleridge's Intellectual Influence, Spectator
  7. Queen Margerie, Chambers' Journal
  8. Changes in Diet and Medicine, Spectator
  9. Italian Summers - a Praise of Indolence, Saturday Review
  10. Carlyle on Religious Cant, Spectator
  11. The Place of Art in History, Spectator

Poetry.

Over the Sea, by J. T. Burton Wollaston, Argosy
Passing Morven, by John Macleod, Good Words
To King Humbert of Italy, by Henry Herbert, National Review

Miscellany.

Taming Wild Humming-Birds


No. 2109. — November 22, 1884.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Memoirs of the Earl of Malmesbury, Edinburgh Review
  2. "Tommy", Blackwood's Magazine
  3. The Nature of Democracy, Quarterly Review
  4. Checco, by Katherine S. Macquoid, Belgravia
  5. Carlyle in London, Athenæum
  6. Wolf-Hunting In England, Antiquary

Poetry.

From Love's Ashes, All The Year Round
An Autumn Night in Orkney, by D. W. R., English Illustrated Magazine

Miscellany.

An Epitaph, Spectator
Shaft-Sinking in Quicksands


No. 2110. — November 29, 1884.[edit]

Contents.

  1. The Works of Alexander Pope - Part I., Edinburgh Review
  2. Alexander Nesbitt, Ex-Schoolmaster, Blackwood's Magazine
  3. Mrs. Montagu, Temple Bar
  4. Beauty and the Beast - Part XVII., by Sarah Tytler, author of "Citoyenne Jacqueline," "Lady Bell," etc., Good Words
  5. Country Life, Quarterly Review
  6. A Marshal's Training, All The Year Round

Poetry.

Fainthearted, by Katharine Tynan, Month
"Pasce Verbo, Pasce Vita", by W. W. B., Spectator
Submission, by Helen M. Winslow, Transcript

Miscellany.

The Proposed Bridge at the Tower

No. 2111. — December 6, 1884.[edit]

Contents.

  1. The Croker Papers, Quarterly Review
  2. Beauty and the Beast - Part XVIII., by Sarah Tytler, author of "Citoyenne Jacqueline," "Lady Bell," etc., Good Words
  3. The Works of Alexander Pope - Part II., Edinburgh Review
  4. Some Lessons from Carlyle's Life, by Alfred Austin, National Review
  5. Artificial Jewels, Chambers' Journal
  6. "Quiet Weather", Spectator
  7. Chinese Horticulture, All The Year Round

Poetry.

A Ballade of Contentment, by C., St. James's Gazette
The Galway Mare, by Charles L. Graves, Spectator
The First Snow, by W. D., Pall Mall Gazette

Miscellany.

How the Coldstreams got their Motto, London Society
Fuel on Russian Railways


No. 2112. — December 13, 1884.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Mr. Gladstone, Fortnightly Review
  2. At Any Cost - Part VI., by Edward Garrett, author of "Occupations of a Retired Life," "The Crust and the Cake,"etc., Sunday Magazine
  3. An Artist's Autobiography, Blackwood's Magazine
  4. The Memoirs of Madame de Tourzel, by Catherine Mary Phillimore, National Review
  5. Barbados, Macmillan's Magazine
  6. The Death of Mr. Fawcett, Times
  7. Mr. Fawcett's Heroism, Spectator
  8. A Chapter of Blunders, All The Year Round

Poetry.

A Love-Thought, by H. Ernest Nichol, Chambers' Journal
Are all the Children in?, Transcript
An Autumn Rhyme, by B. Nichols, Academy
Henry Fawcett, by Michael Field, Spectator

Miscellany.

Chinese Notions of Immortality


No. 2113. — December 20, 1884.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Aristotle's History of Animals, Edinburgh Review
  2. At Any Cost - Part VII., by Edward Garrett, author of "Occupations of a Retired Life," "The Crust and the Cake,"etc., Sunday Magazine
  3. Goethe - Part III., by J. R. Seeley, Contemporary Review
  4. Borroughdale of Borroughdale, Macmillan's Magazine
  5. Among the Trappists, Good Words
  6. Karlsbad: the Queen of Bohemian Watering-Places, by W. Fraser Rae, Nineteenth Century
  7. Curiosities of the Bank of England, Chambers' Journal
  8. Edmund Yates, Athenæum
  9. A Solitary Island, Chambers' Journal

Poetry.

A Dublin Street Dance, by A. F. G., Spectator
In Memory of the Right Hon. H. Fawcett, M.P., by Philip Bourke Marston, Athenæum
A Holiday Invitation, by J. R., Spectator
The Autumn Crocus, by W. D., St. James's Gazette
To Delia, St. James's Gazette


No. 2114. — December 27, 1884.[edit]

Contents.

  1. John de Witt, Quarterly Review
  2. Beauty and the Beast - Part XIX., by Sarah Tytler, author of "Citoyenne Jacqueline," "Lady Bell," etc., Good Words
  3. Samuel Johnson, by Edmund Gosse, Fortnightly Review
  4. A Faithless World, by Frances Power Cobbe, Contemporary Review
  5. Mr. Fawcett and the Blind, Saturday Review
  6. An Inland Sea for Africa, All The Year Round
  7. Thackeray's Autographs, Saturday Review

Poetry.

A Day in Early Summer, by J. C. H., Chambers' Journal
Hope on, Hope ever, Chambers' Journal
"Hours, Weeks, and Days bring round the Golden Moon", by J. A. Symonds
The Chorister, by J. A. Symonds

Miscellany.

The Marble Hall at Hatfield, Magazine of Art
Superstition in Shetland, Good Words