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Littell's Living Age
Volume 165

No. 2128. — April 4, 1885.[edit]

Contents.

  1. George Eliot, by R. H. Hutton, Contemporary Review
  2. A House Divived against Itself - Part IX., by Mrs. Oliphant, Chambers' Journal
  3. The Life of George Eliot, by Frederic Harrison, Fortnightly Review
  4. Plain Frances Mowbray - Part III., Blackwood's Magazine
  5. Finland: a Rising Nationality, by Prince Kropotkin, Nineteenth Century
  6. Academic Belles Lettres, Spectator
  7. The Seventh Centenary of the Temple Church, Saturday Review
  8. Some Turkish Proverbs, Spectator
  9. The Dean of Wells on the Future Life, Spectator
  10. Nursing as a Fine Art, Lancet
  11. The Trade of Ancient Egypt, Science Monthly

Poetry.

Daffodils in March, by R. Macaulay Stevenson, Good Words
"A Memory of May", by Alfred Perceval Graves, Spectator
Charlton Thrushes, by M. G. Watkins, Academy
March Evening, by George Milner, Longman's Magazine


No. 2129. — April 11, 1885.[edit]

Contents.

  1. The Hero of Lepanto and his Times, Blackwood's Magazine
  2. A House Divived against Itself - Part X., by Mrs. Oliphant, Chambers' Journal
  3. Organic Nature's Riddle, by St. George Mivart, Fortnightly Review
  4. Plain Frances Mowbray - Part IV., Blackwood's Magazine
  5. Some Gossip about Dante, by A. Olivieri, Month
  6. In Lithuania - Part I., Spectator
  7. Land Moles and Water Moles, Month
  8. Chantries, Saturday Review
  9. Herrings and their Haunts, Field
  10. Ice Palaces at Montreal, Engineering

Poetry.

Ballade of Literary Fame, by A. Lang
The Exile, by C. L. Graves, Spectator
Lent, by H. R. Haweis, M.A., Good Words
The Spinet, by A. Lang


No. 2130. — April 18, 1885.[edit]

Contents.

  1. The Lennox, Scottish Review
  2. A House Divived against Itself - Part XI., by Mrs. Oliphant, Chambers' Journal
  3. Native Faiths in the Himalayah, by Charles F. Oldham, Contemporary Review
  4. The New Manager - Conclusion, by Katherine Saunders, the author of "Gideon's Rock," "The High Mill,"etc., Good Words
  5. Tasso, by H. Schutz Wilson, Fortnightly Review
  6. The Diamond Duke, Temple Bar
  7. Mr. R. L. Stevenson's Verse for Children, Spectator
  8. A Professional Visit in Persia, St. James's Gazette
  9. In Lithuania - Part II., Spectator
  10. A Female La Trappe, Saturday Review
  11. Hertfordshire, All The Year Round

Poetry.

A March Midnight, by Horace G. Groser, Leisure Hour
Laurel, All The Year Round
Thomas Carlyle, by Coulson Kernahan, Leisure Hour

Miscellany.

The Bond of the Common Law, Macmillan's Magazine


No. 2131. — April 25, 1885.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Echoes of the Eighteenth Century, Scottish Review
  2. The Blue Posts of Chester, by F. M. Wilbraham, Monthly Packet
  3. On Pattison's Memoirs, by John Morley, Macmillan's Magazine
  4. Mrs. Dymond - Part II., by Mrs. Ritchie, Macmillan's Magazine
  5. Sir Henry Taylor's Autobiography, by A. K. H. B., Longman's Magazine
  6. A House Divived against Itself - Part XII., by Mrs. Oliphant, Chambers' Journal
  7. March in Magna Græcia, by Janet Ross, Macmillan's Magazine
  8. Mr. Gladstone's Thoughts, Spectator

Poetry.

Nirvana, Academy
"We Salute thee, and Live", Sunday Magazine
Gordon, by Emily Pfeiffer, Academy
Awakening, by William Waterfield, Temple Bar
Orange Blossom: Sonnet, by H., Macmillan's Magazine


No. 2132. — May 2, 1885.[edit]

Contents.

  1. A Soldier of Fortune, Blackwood's Magazine
  2. A House Divived against Itself - Part XIII., by Mrs. Oliphant, Chambers' Journal
  3. The Astrology of Shakespeare, by John Cooke, Macmillan's Magazine
  4. Mrs. Dymond - Part III., by Mrs. Ritchie, Macmillan's Magazine
  5. The Black Beath in East-Anglia - Conclusion, by Augustus Jessopp, Nineteenth Century
  6. On Style in Literature: its Technical Elements, by Robert Louis Stevenson, Contemporary Review
  7. Arab Courage, Spectator
  8. Inside a Catholic College, Chambers' Journal
  9. Some Secrets of the Silk Trade, St. James's Gazette

Poetry.

Blossoms, by Ellen Thorneycroft Fowler, Sunday Magazine
Spring Song, by Alfred Perceval Graves, Spectator
Two Sonnets after Bion, by John Addington Symonds, Academy
Est Honor et Tumulis, by John W. Hales, Longman's Magazine


No. 2133. — May 9, 1885.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Samuel Johnson and his Age, Quarterly Review
  2. A House Divived against Itself - Part XIV., by Mrs. Oliphant, Chambers' Journal
  3. Musings without Method, Blackwood's Magazine
  4. Fortune's Wheel - Part I., Blackwood's Magazine
  5. The Sun's Corona, by William Huggins, Nineteenth Century
  6. The German Abroad, by C. E. Dawkins, National Review
  7. Reminiscences of Sir Herbert Stewart, by a brother officer, Blackwood's Magazine
  8. 1853 and 1885, National Review
  9. The Action of Very Minute Particles on Light, by J. Spear Parker, Nature

Poetry.

The Dead Christ, by Katherine Tynan, Month
"It Might have been", Chambers' Journal
The Virgin in Holman Hunt's New Picture, by W., Spectator

Miscellany.

A New Hop Country, Maidstone Journal


No. 2134. — May 16, 1885.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Archæological Frauds in Palestine, by G. F. Browne, National Review
  2. Fortune's Wheel - Part II., Blackwood's Magazine
  3. Shakespeare's Portraiture of Women, by Edward Dowden, Contemporary Review
  4. A House Divived against Itself - Part XV., by Mrs. Oliphant, Chambers' Journal
  5. Since 1880, by Right Hon. G. J. Goschen, M.P., Nineteenth Century
  6. An Appeal to Men of Leisure, by Brabazon, National Review
  7. Gordon at Gravesend: a Personal Reminiscence, by Arthur Stannard, Nineteenth Century
  8. Irish Loyalty, Spectator
  9. The Most Powerful Man in Persia, St. James's Gazette
  10. Talmudic Proverbs, Spectator
  11. At an Eastern Dinner Party, Chambers' Journal
  12. Ponds, Saturday Review
  13. The Colors of Arctic Animals, Nature

Poetry.

Ballade of Middle Age, by A. Lang, Athenæum
Man and the Ascidian, by A. Lang, Athenæum
Amor in Excelsis, by Pakenham Beatty, Spectator
Song, by Pakenham Beatty, Spectator


No. 2135. — May 23, 1885.[edit]

Contents.

  1. General Gordon's Life and Letters, Quarterly Review
  2. A House Divived against Itself - Part XVI., by Mrs. Oliphant, Chambers' Journal
  3. The American Loyalists, Scottish Review
  4. Macpherson's Love Story, by C. H. D. Stocker, Leisure Hour
  5. Shakespeare's Fugues, by John G. Dow, Fortnightly Review
  6. Osla's Wedding. A Shetland Sketch, Chambers' Journal
  7. Concerning Some Strange Historic Doubts, Leisure Hour
  8. The Despised Sparrow, St. James's Gazette

Poetry.

In a Theatre, by A. Werner, Academy
The Flowering Almond, St. James's Gazette
Lib. III., Od. 18, by Horace, translated by Henry Herbert, National Review
"Come, let us go into the Lane", by Alfred Austin, Athenæum


No. 2136. — May 30, 1885.[edit]

Contents.

  1. The Ottoman Turks in Europe, Westminster Review
  2. Fortune's Wheel - Part III., Blackwood's Magazine
  3. Mr. Ruskin's Museum at Sheffield, by E. S. P., National Review
  4. Mrs. Dymond - Part IV., by Mrs. Ritchie, Macmillan's Magazine
  5. The Red Man, by J. H. McNaughton, Nineteenth Century
  6. A House Divived against Itself - Part XVII., by Mrs. Oliphant, Chambers' Journal
  7. The South African Salt Lakes, by W. E. Montague, Gentleman's Magazine
  8. The Youth of Prince Bismarck, Temple Bar
  9. The Language of Signs, Saturday Review
  10. Lady Beaconsfield, by Francis Hitchman, St. Stephen's Review
  11. How Persians Die and are Buried, St. James's Gazette
  12. A Visit to the Amazons of Dahomey, Pall Mall Gazette

Poetry.

Gordon. In Memoriam, by Ernst Myers, Fortnightly Review
Primroses, by William Allingham, Athenæum


No. 2137. — June 6, 1885.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Modern Geneva, Quarterly Review
  2. A House Divived against Itself - Part XVIII., by Mrs. Oliphant, Chambers' Journal
  3. Count Cavour's Letters, by E. Martinengo Cesaresco, British Quarterly Review
  4. Mrs. Dymond - Part V., by Mrs. Ritchie, Macmillan's Magazine
  5. How the Blind Dream, by B. G. Johns, National Review
  6. French Views on English Writers, by M. A. W., Macmillan's Magazine
  7. A Summer Day at Stratford-on-Avon, by E. Poingdestre, Temple Bar
  8. Dr. Liddon on Progress, Spectator
  9. The Huguenot Society, Saturday Review

Poetry.

In April, by F. W. B., Spectator
The Land of Story-Books, by R. L. Stevenson, A Child's Garden of Verses
The Land of Counterpane, by R. L. Stevenson, A Child's Garden of Verses
"I Leave you (dear my life)! And as I leave", by Camoens
Rome, by A. D. G., Spectator


No. 2138. — June 13, 1885.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Gainsborough, London Quarterly Review
  2. Fortune's Wheel - Part IV., Blackwood's Magazine
  3. The Duke of Wellington as Prime Minister, by T. E. Kebbel, National Review
  4. A House Divived against Itself - Part XIX., by Mrs. Oliphant, Chambers' Journal
  5. London in May, Blackwood's Magazine
  6. In the Florida Pine-Woods - Part I., All The Year Round
  7. The Dangers of the Indian Jungle, by J. H. B., Chambers' Journal
  8. Death of Lord Dudley, Daily Telegraph
  9. An Indigo Plantation in Bengal, by W. S., Field
  10. Chinese Insect White Wax, Nature
  11. Glass in China and Japan, by M. A. Wallace-Dunlop, Pottery Gazette

Poetry.

The Girl that Lost Things, by George MacDonald, LL.D., Sunday Magazine
My Bed is a Boat, by R. L. Stevenson


No. 2139. — June 20, 1885.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Prince Bismarck Sketched by his Secretary, Edinburgh Review
  2. The Light on the Seine, by Katherine S. Macquoid, Belgravia
  3. A Scarce Book, by Hugh E. Egerton, National Review
  4. Unexplained - Part I., by Louisa Molesworth, Macmillan's Magazine
  5. Sully-Prudhomme, Temple Bar
  6. A House Divived against Itself - Part XX., by Mrs. Oliphant, Chambers' Journal
  7. A Visit to Goa, by J. H. Pollen, All The Year Round
  8. In the Florida Pine-Woods - Part II., All The Year Round

Poetry.

The Centenary of the Bells, All The Year Round
Portrait of a Lady, by J. S. B., Blackwood's Magazine
The Parting Sigh, by Eric S. Robertson, Academy

No. 2140. — June 27, 1885.[edit]

Contents.

  1. The Royal Mail, Blackwood's Magazine
  2. Unexplained - Part II., by Louisa Molesworth, Macmillan's Magazine
  3. Memoirs of M. De Vitrolles, Edinburgh Review
  4. A House Divived against Itself - Part XXI., by Mrs. Oliphant, Chambers' Journal
  5. Diet in Relation to Age and Activity, by Sir Henry Thompson, Nineteenth Century

Poetry.

Pillow Lace, by Clara Thwaites, Sunday Magazine
Spring under Cypresses, by A. Mary F. Robinson, Athenæum