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Littell's Living Age
Volume 166

No. 2141. — July 4, 1885.[edit]

Contents.

  1. James Russell Lowell, by G. Barnett Smith, Nineteenth Century
  2. Mrs. Dymond - Part VI., by Mrs. Ritchie, Macmillan's Magazine
  3. The Muse of History, by Augustine Birrell, Contemporary Review
  4. Letters from a Private Soldier in Egypt, by William H. Saunders, G Troop, 19th Hussars, Nineteenth Century
  5. A House Divived against Itself - Part XXII., by Mrs. Oliphant, Chambers' Journal
  6. The Liberal Movement in English Literature - Part IV., by William John Courthope, National Review
  7. The Torpedo Scare, Blackwood's Magazine
  8. The Queen's Drawing-Room, Saturday Review
  9. "The Father of German Music." - Johann Sebastian Bach, by James Mason, Leisure Hour
  10. Lord Beaconsfield's Youth, Spectator

Poetry.

At the Station on an Autumn Morning, by Giosue Carducci, translated from the Italian by H. Courthope Bowen, Macmillan's Magazine
Then and Now, by Mary J. Murchie, Chambers' Journal
Cowper, by Herbert B. Garrod, Spectator

Miscellany.

Enamelled Glass, Pottery Gazette


No. 2142. — July 11, 1885.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Genius and Insanity, by James Sully, Nineteenth Century
  2. Fortune's Wheel - Part V., Blackwood's Magazine
  3. A House Divived against Itself - Part XXIII., by Mrs. Oliphant, Chambers' Journal
  4. From Montevideo to Paraguay - Part I., Macmillan's Magazine
  5. Erckmann-Chatrian, by S. Baring-Gould, Gentleman's Magazine
  6. Unexplained - Part III., by Louisa Molesworth, Macmillan's Magazine
  7. Curiosities of Music, by James Mason, Leisure Hour
  8. A Vigil in Stonehenge, by Carnarvon, National Review
  9. Curiosities of Taxation, All The Year Round

Poetry.

Iona, 1885, Good Words
In Canterbury Cathedral, by Dinah Craik, the author of " John Halifax, Gentleman", English Illustrated Magazine


No. 2143. — July 18, 1885.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Wyclif and the Bible, by William Milligan, Fortnightly Review
  2. Fortune's Wheel - Part VI., Blackwood's Magazine
  3. A House Divived against Itself - Part XXIV., by Mrs. Oliphant, Chambers' Journal
  4. The Irish Parliament of 1782, by Henry Jephson, Nineteenth Century
  5. Prince Bismarck as a Diplomatist, Temple Bar
  6. A Brother of the Misericordia, by "Luigi Savelli", Chambers' Journal
  7. The Russian Armament, Temple Bar
  8. From "Reminiscences of my Life" - Part I., by Mary Howitt, Good Words
  9. Music and Musicians, All The Year Round
  10. Eighth Centenary of Gregory VII., Saturday Review

Poetry.

Summer Evening, by John T. Beer, Sunday Magazine
Spring's the Time, by M. C. Gillington, Cassell's Magazine

Miscellany.

Chicory with Coffee

No. 2144. — July 25, 1885.[edit]

Contents.

  1. The First Epoch in the Italian Renaissance, London Quarterly Review
  2. Schwartz: a History, by D. Christie Murray, English Illustrated Magazine
  3. Stuart Pretenders, Scottish Review
  4. A Passenger from Shanghai, Belgravia
  5. A Visit to the Temple of Heaven at Peking, by C. F. Gordon Cumming, London Quarterly Review
  6. A House Divived against Itself - Part XXV., by Mrs. Oliphant, Chambers' Journal
  7. Marmalade-Making, St. James's Gazette
  8. The Franco-Chinese Treaty and British Trade, Economist
  9. Afloat with a Florida Sponger, Field
  10. The Civilization of Savages, St. James's Gazette
  11. Nature in London, All The Year Round
  12. Bee and Ant Phenomena, Chambers' Journal
  13. The Matchmaker's Euclid, by A. M. Heathcote, Longman's Magazine

Poetry.

From the Romaic of Soutsos, by Charles L. Graves, Spectator
"As when some workers, toiling at a loom", by J. E. Panton, Chambers' Journal
Bed in Summer, by R. L. Stevenson, A Child's Garden of Verses

Miscellany.

The Great Glacier of Alaska


No. 2145. — August 1, 1885.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Sir William Napier, by T. R. E. Holmes, National Review
  2. Mrs. Dymond - Part VII., by Mrs. Ritchie, Macmillan's Magazine
  3. Mr. J. R. Lowell, Fortnightly Review
  4. A House Divived against Itself - Part XXVI., by Mrs. Oliphant, Chambers' Journal
  5. From Montevideo to Paraguay - Part II., Macmillan's Magazine
  6. A Paris Suburb, All The Year Round
  7. An Afghan Jailer, by Rev. T. P. Hughes, B.D., late of Peshawar, Leisure Hour
  8. The March of the White Man, Spectator
  9. The Measure of Fidget, by F. G., Nature
  10. The Biblical Brotherhood, Spectator
  11. The Musical Pitch Question, Spectator

Poetry.

The Old Home, by Sarah Doudney, Good Words
"O Faces Pitiful and Pale", Spectator

Miscellany.

The National Anthem in India, Academy

No. 2146. — August 8, 1885.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Victor Hugo, by M. O. W. Oliphant, Contemporary Review
  2. Fortune's Wheel - Part VII., Blackwood's Magazine
  3. Modern Catholics and Scientific Freedom, by St. George Mivart, Nineteenth Century
  4. A House Divived against Itself - Part XXVII., by Mrs. Oliphant, Chambers' Journal
  5. Local Government and Ireland, Fortnightly Review
  6. A Walking Tour in the Landes - Part I., Macmillan's Magazine
  7. The International Sanitary Conference in Rome, Nature
  8. Leo XIII. as Ultramontane, Spectator
  9. The Lyons Silk Trade, Saturday Review

Poetry.

Frowendienst, by Francis Earle, Academy
Ego and Non-Ego; or, All my I, Punch
Gower, in June, by Herbert New, Spectator
Cressy, Spectator


No. 2147. — August 15, 1885.[edit]

Contents.

  1. The Electress Sophia, Quarterly Review
  2. Fortune's Wheel - Part VIII., Blackwood's Magazine
  3. The Work of Victor Hugo, by Algernon Charles Swinburne, Nineteenth Century
  4. A House Divived against Itself - Part XXVIII., by Mrs. Oliphant, Chambers' Journal
  5. Life in Patagonia, by W. H. Hudson, Gentleman's Magazine
  6. A Swain of Arcady, by Augustus Jessopp, Nineteenth Century
  7. Eugene Bodichon: a Republican of 1830, Temple Bar
  8. An Actress's Love-Letters, St. James's Gazette
  9. A Maori "Last Day", by H. M. B., St. James's Gazette

Poetry.

To a Thrush, All The Year Round
An Obermannic Epilogue, Spectator
The Dead Soldier at Mt. McGregor, by Charles Noble Gregory, Milwaukee Sunday Sentinel


No. 2148. — August 22, 1885.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Winifred, Countess of Nithsdaill, Scottish Review
  2. The Great Keinplatz Experiment, by A. Conan Doyle, Belgravia
  3. Parliamentary Manners, by Henry W. Lucy, Nineteenth Century
  4. A House Divived against Itself - Part XXIX., by Mrs. Oliphant, Chambers' Journal
  5. Marlborough, by A. G. Bradley, Macmillan's Magazine
  6. An Unknown Colony, Blackwood's Magazine
  7. Samuel Foote. The English Aristophanes, Temple Bar
  8. The Poet of Elegy, Spectator
  9. A Chinese Ascot, Cornhill Magazine

Poetry.

A Rowland for an Oliver, Punch
Shipwreck Wood, All The Year Round
Answers, by Sarah Doudney, Sunday Magazine
On the Death of the Princess Mary of Portugal, by Camoens

Miscellany.

Sandwich, Our Own Country


No. 2149. — August 29, 1885.[edit]

Contents.

  1. The Huguenot Reformation in the Norman Isles, London Quarterly Review
  2. Johnnie's Diary - from London to New York, Tinsley's Magazine
  3. Footprints, Blackwood's Magazine
  4. Morning Calls in the West Country, by F. J. Tristram, Belgravia
  5. The Crown Diamonds of France, All The Year Round
  6. A House Divived against Itself - Part XXX., by Mrs. Oliphant, Chambers' Journal
  7. From "Reminiscences of my Life" - Part II., by Mary Howitt, Good Words
  8. The Krakatoa Eruption - Part I., by Philip Neale, late British chaplain at Batavia, Leisure Hour
  9. An Appeal to Men of Wealth, by Lord Brabazon, National Review
  10. Ground-Rents and the Abolition of Leaseholds, Estates' Gazette

Poetry.

In a Hammock, Punch
Kalanos to Alexander, by A. Werner, Academy
A Waif, by D. J. R., Chambers' Journal


No. 2150. — September 5, 1885.[edit]

Contents.

  1. The French in North America, Edinburgh Review
  2. Mrs. Dymond - Part VIII., by Mrs. Ritchie, Macmillan's Magazine
  3. The Princesse de Lamballe, Temple Bar
  4. A House Divived against Itself - Part XXXI., by Mrs. Oliphant, Chambers' Journal
  5. A Walking Tour in the Landes - Part II., Macmillan's Magazine
  6. A Margate Grotto, by Marie Corelli, Temple Bar

Poetry.

The Best Wine Last, by Henry Burton, Good Words
A Jersey Summer Day, by S. H. C., Spectator
Llanmadoc, by Herbert New, Spectator
Love's Sleep, by J. Williams, Chambers' Journal
Ethics of the Dust, Spectator


No. 2151. — September 12, 1885.[edit]

Contents.

  1. The Paris Newspaper Press, by Theodore Child, Fortnightly Review
  2. Fortune's Wheel - Part IX., Blackwood's Magazine
  3. A House Divived against Itself - Part XXXII., by Mrs. Oliphant, Chambers' Journal
  4. Memoirs of Count Pasolini, Edinburgh Review
  5. Constance Alfieri, Marquise D'Azeglio, by E. Martinengo-Cesaresco, Temple Bar
  6. The Krakatoa Eruption - Part II., by Philip Neale, late British chaplain at Batavia, Leisure Hour
  7. Midsummer in the Soudan, by Henry Brackenbury, Fortnightly Review
  8. An Old London Gardener, Spectator
  9. Recent Pyramid-Work, Chambers' Journal
  10. Modern Prettiness v. Art, Temple Bar

Poetry.

My Old Home, Athenæum
Horace. Book II., Ode 16, by Stephen de Vere, Spectator
An Invitation, St. James's Gazette


No. 2152. — September 19, 1885.[edit]

Contents.

  1. What Can History Teach Us?, by W. S. Lilly, Contemporary Review
  2. Fortune's Wheel - Part X., Blackwood's Magazine
  3. "The Metaphysical Society", by R. H. Hutton, Nineteenth Century
  4. A House Divived against Itself - Part XXXIII., by Mrs. Oliphant, Chambers' Journal
  5. Lord Peterborough, by Ribblesdale, Fortnightly Review
  6. The Krakatoa Eruption - Part III., by Philip Neale, late British chaplain at Batavia, Leisure Hour
  7. Unparliamentary Boroughs, Cornhill Magazine
  8. Anarchism in Switzerland - Part I., Spectator
  9. English History in Danish Archives, Globe
  10. On a House-Boat, St. James's Gazette

Poetry.

Cardinal Newman and General Gordon, by M. A. E. H., Spectator
"The morning lights sleep softly on this hill", by John Hoghen, Spectator
A very Hot Day in July: an Inland Scene, by Rev. Henry Badham
Scratches, by C. B., Temple Bar
"When Omar Died, the Rose did Weep", by Mrs. Herbert Hills, Spectator

Miscellany.

The Wolf Note, by W. H. Patterson, Notes and Queries


No. 2153. — September 26, 1885.[edit]

Contents.

  1. A Jesuit Reformer and Poet, by Rev. Father Ryder, Nineteenth Century
  2. A House Divived against Itself - Part XXXIV., by Mrs. Oliphant, Chambers' Journal
  3. The Liberal Movement in English Literature - Part V., by William John Courthope, National Review
  4. Mrs. Dymond - Part IX., by Mrs. Ritchie, Macmillan's Magazine
  5. From "Reminiscences of my Life" - Part II., by Mary Howitt, Good Words
  6. The Krakatoa Eruption - Part IV., by Philip Neale, late British chaplain at Batavia, Leisure Hour
  7. Anarchism in Switzerland - Part II., Spectator
  8. Lord Houghton, Spectator
  9. A Scotch Porson, Spectator
  10. The Caitiff Catfish, Saturday Review

Poetry.

Horace. Book III., Ode 29, by Stephen de Vere, Spectator
If I were You, by G. Clifton Bingham, Chambers' Journal