Littell's Living Age/Volume 167

From Wikisource
Jump to: navigation, search
Littell's Living Age
Volume 167

No. 2154. — October 3, 1885.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Vittoria Colonna, by H. Schutz Wilson, Nineteenth Century
  2. Fortune's Wheel - Part XI., Blackwood's Magazine
  3. Thibet, by Charles H. Lepper, Nineteenth Century
  4. L'Affaire Spinks, by Bernard Hastie, Longman's Magazine
  5. Norway To-day, by William Archer, Fortnightly Review
  6. A House Divived against Itself - Part XXXV., by Mrs. Oliphant, Chambers' Journal
  7. Wild-Flowers of Old London, Chambers' Journal

Poetry.

Guy Fawkes, Spectator
When Jack is Tall and Twenty, by Frederick Langbridge, Good Words
"In St. Peter's at High Mass", by Charles Badham, M.D, F.R.S., Temple Bar

Miscellany.

African Sign Language


No. 2155. — October 10, 1885.[edit]

Contents.

  1. The Recent Progress of Democracy in Switzerland, by Emile de Laveleye, Nineteenth Century
  2. Fortune's Wheel - Part XII., Blackwood's Magazine
  3. Lord Houghton, by T. H. S. Escott, Fortnightly Review
  4. A Scottish Dame on her Travels, 1756, Blackwood's Magazine
  5. Rural Roads, Macmillan's Magazine
  6. Chance Continental Acquaintances, Blackwood's Magazine
  7. A House Divived against Itself - Part XXXVI., by Mrs. Oliphant, Chambers' Journal
  8. Dean Church on the Psalms, Spectator
  9. A Tragic Tale, by John Addington Symonds, Time
  10. Rest or Recreation?, Spectator

Poetry.

"Till the Day Break", by Horace G. Grocer, Sunday Magazine
Promise and Fruition, by A. N., Sunday Magazine
Life's Chivalry, by Arthur L. Salmon, Chambers' Journal

Miscellany.

Northmen in Scotland and Ireland, Hightland Magazine


No. 2156. — October 17, 1885.[edit]

Contents.

  1. The Windward Islands, Macmillan's Magazine
  2. The Chess-Player, Temple Bar
  3. An Episode of the Armada, by Ducie, Nineteenth Century
  4. A House Divived against Itself - Part XXXVII., by Mrs. Oliphant, Chambers' Journal
  5. Founding of the Congo Free State, Scottish Review
  6. The Krakatoa Eruption - Part V., by Philip Neale, late British chaplain at Batavia, Leisure Hour
  7. Life in the Bastille, by Henry M. Trollope, Leisure Hour
  8. Milk Fair, Gentleman's Magazine
  9. A Prosperous Peasant, Spectator
  10. An Episode in the Life of the Duchesse d'Angouleme, by Lewis Wingfield, St. Stephen's Review
  11. The Rescue of Greely, Spectator
  12. Japanese Ladies and their Hair, Japan Mail

Poetry.

At the Gate, Chambers' Journal
Ca Ira, 1810, All The Year Round
In the Summer Time, by John Dennis, Spectator
"Soyons comme l'oiseau pose pour un instant", by Victor Hugo, translated by A. P. G., Spectator

Miscellany.

California Fire Sign, Notes and Queries


No. 2157. — October 24, 1885.[edit]

Contents.

  1. The Parsees, Westminster Review
  2. A House Divived against Itself - Part XXXVIII., by Mrs. Oliphant, Chambers' Journal
  3. Anthropology, by Francis Galton, F.R.S., Nature
  4. Aimee - Part I., by Eleanor A. Towle, the author of "Christina North," "A Golden Bar," etc., Longman's Magazine
  5. A Dialogue on Novels, by Vernon Lee, Contemporary Review
  6. From "Reminiscences of my Life" - Part IV., by Mary Howitt, Good Words
  7. Crossing the Atlantic, by Vacuus Viator, Spectator
  8. Face-Memory, Spectator

Poetry.

Singing and Loving, by D. F. B., English Illustrated Magazine
"Let us be like the bird, one instant lighted", by Victor Hugo, translated by Edwin Arnold, Spectator
"Be like the bird, which on frail branches balanced", by Victor Hugo, Spectator

Miscellany.

Woodcocks in London, St. James's Gazette


No. 2158. — October 31, 1885.[edit]

Contents.

  1. The Uniformity of Nature, by H. Carlisle, Nineteenth Century
  2. Mrs. Dymond - Part X., by Mrs. Ritchie, Macmillan's Magazine
  3. The Year 1785; a Retrospect, by A. R. Shilleto, Temple Bar
  4. Musings without Method, Blackwood's Magazine
  5. Fortune's Wheel - Part XIII., Blackwood's Magazine
  6. Havana; from a Tourist's Note-Book, Temple Bar
  7. A House Divived against Itself - Part XXXIX., by Mrs. Oliphant, Chambers' Journal
  8. Sixteenth-Century Arithmetic, All The Year Round
  9. Toledo, by John Fallon, Irish Monthly

Poetry.

A Crone's Tale, A.D. 1545, by Edward Peacock, Academy
A Summer Evening, by L. R., Leisure Hour
By-and-by, Spectator
At Richmond, by Sarah Doudney, Good Words

Miscellany.

Happy-go-Lucky, Notes and Queries
"Perhaps it was right to dissemble your love", Notes and Queries


No. 2159. — November 7, 1885.[edit]

Contents.

  1. The Novel of Manners, by H. D. Traill, Nineteenth Century
  2. Fortune's Wheel - Part XIV., Blackwood's Magazine
  3. John Nelson Darby, by George T. Stokes, Contemporary Review
  4. A House Divived against Itself - Part XL., by Mrs. Oliphant, Chambers' Journal
  5. Notes in a Swiss Village, by Murrough O'Brien, Macmillan's Magazine
  6. The Stupid Couple, Chambers' Journal
  7. Contemporary Life and Thought in Turkey, by an old resident, Contemporary Review
  8. The Populace of Paris and London, Spectator
  9. Faroe Whales, Saturday Review
  10. The Old and the New Philanthropists, Spectator

Poetry.

Arcady, by H. C. Bunner, Athenæum
A Song in October, by W. J. Henderson, Temple Bar

No. 2160. — November 14, 1885.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Guizot as he Really was, London Quarterly Review
  2. A House Divived against Itself - Part XLI., by Mrs. Oliphant, Chambers' Journal
  3. Men and Manners in Constantinople, by Philo-Turk, Fortnightly Review
  4. A Polish Elias, Blackwood's Magazine
  5. A Prince of Court Painters, by Walter Pater, Macmillan's Magazine
  6. On a Kentish Heath, by Phil Robinson, Contemporary Review
  7. A Day's Trade, All The Year Round
  8. Wine Manufacturing, Spectator
  9. A Thracian Fortress, by Robert W. Graves, Gentleman's Magazine
  10. Beau Brummell, Spectator

Poetry.

A Paradise of Posies, All The Year Round
Anthony Ashley Cooper, by Herbert B. Garrod, Spectator
Aubade Triste, by A. Mary F. Robinson, Belgravia
Invocations, by A. Mary F. Robinson, Athenæum

Miscellany.

Echoes and Icebergs


No. 2161. — November 21, 1885.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Luca della Robbia and his School, Church Quarterly Review
  2. Dowse, the Gipsy, Temple Bar
  3. The New Star in the Andromeda Nebula, by Richard A. Proctor, Nineteenth Century
  4. A House Divived against Itself - Part XLI., by Mrs. Oliphant, Chambers' Journal
  5. Our Future Masters, by Mary A. Lewis, Fortnightly Review
  6. Competitive Examinations in China, Blackwood's Magazine
  7. Tory Prime Ministers. Lord Derby, National Review
  8. Fifine's Funeral, Cornhill Magazine
  9. Party Spirit, Spectator
  10. Prince Alexander, Globe
  11. The Righteousness of Moderation, Spectator

Poetry.

The Interpreters, by Algernon Charles Swinburne, English Illustrated Magazine
From the Italian of Plutarch, on his Lost Love, translated by Alice King, Argosy
"Oh thou to whom it hath been giv'n to know", by Ena Milman, Argosy

Miscellany.

A Japanese Custom, Japan Mail


No. 2162. — November 28, 1885.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Samuel Taylor Coleridge, Edinburgh Review
  2. A House Divived against Itself - Part XLII., by Mrs. Oliphant, Chambers' Journal
  3. A Westminster Election a Century Ago, Westminster Review
  4. Aimee - Part II., by Eleanor A. Towle, the author of "Christina North," "A Golden Bar," etc., Longman's Magazine
  5. Gouverneur Morris and the French Revolution, Macmillan's Magazine
  6. Irish Step-Dancing, Chambers' Journal

Poetry.

The Sorrel Blossoms, Athenæum
A Starlit Night by the Seashore, by W. Walsham Bedford, Spectator
In Memoriam - Bishop Fraser, by W. R. H., Spectator
"Laughing Life cries at the Feast", by Christina Rossetti


No. 2163. — December 5, 1885.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Dualism in Austria-Hungary, by Arthur J. Patterson, Fortnightly Review
  2. Mrs. Dymond - Part XI., by Mrs. Ritchie, Macmillan's Magazine
  3. Dawn of Creation and of Worship, by Right Hon. W. E. Gladstone, Nineteenth Century
  4. A House Divived against Itself - Part XLIII., by Mrs. Oliphant, Chambers' Journal
  5. A Retrospect, by E. Lynn Linton, Fortnightly Review
  6. The Wesleys at Epworth, by J. H. Overton, Longman's Magazine
  7. The Great Lama Temple at Peking, by C. F. Gordon Cumming, Gentleman's Magazine
  8. Grace, Spectator
  9. A Dangerous Point on the East Coast of Africa, Chambers' Journal

Poetry.

"Oh, three little birds on a bramble spray!", by Philip Thyne, Chambers' Journal
Daughters, All The Year Round
From the Latin of Statius, translated by Herman Merivale, Spectator
Singular Epitaph, Notes and Queries

Miscellany.

The Passion for Notoriety, Leeds Mercury

No. 2164. — December 12, 1885.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Culture and Science, Macmillan's Magazine
  2. Fortune's Wheel - Part XV., Blackwood's Magazine
  3. A Scotch Physician, Blackwood's Magazine
  4. A House Divived against Itself - Part XLIV., by Mrs. Oliphant, Chambers' Journal
  5. Rambles in Canton, by C. F. Gordon Cumming, Belgravia
  6. Some American Notes, Macmillan's Magazine
  7. Hydrophobia, Nature
  8. The Duke of Newcastle, St. Stephen's Review

Poetry.

The Bird and the Shadow, by F. W. B., Spectator
The Madonna di San Sisto, by Herbert B. Garrod, Spectator
"This Kiss, - Take It Quickly", Blackwood's Magazine
Caritas, by W. H. Savile, Spectator
The Roses, All The Year Round
Chrysanthemum, by William Allingham, Athenæum

Miscellany.

Proportional Diurnal Muscular Strength, Lancet


No. 2165. — December 19, 1885.[edit]

Contents.

  1. The Channel Islands, Quarterly Review
  2. Master Bruin, by Marie Orm, Argosy
  3. Foreign Opinions on Peasant Properties, by J. P. Verney, Nineteenth Century
  4. Fortune's Wheel - Part XVI., Blackwood's Magazine
  5. Two Women of Letters of the Last Century, by H. Barton Baker, Argosy
  6. A House Divived against Itself - Part XLIVI., by Mrs. Oliphant, Chambers' Journal
  7. On Classic Ground, Macmillan's Magazine
  8. An Anglo-Saxon Alliance, by John Redpath Dougall, Contemporary Review
  9. Whalers and Whaling, Standard

Poetry.

Selkirk after Flodden, by J. B. Selkirk, Blackwood's Magazine
Idylle. - Leucothee, by Jean Vauquelin de la Fresnaye, Blackwood's Magazine


No. 2166. — December 26, 1885.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Austria's Policy in the East, Macmillan's Magazine
  2. My Deserter, Cornhill Magazine
  3. The Peasant Proprietor of the South, by Frances Mary de Borring, National Review
  4. Daniel Fosque, Blackwood's Magazine
  5. An Indian Village, Macmillan's Magazine
  6. A House Divived against Itself - Part XLIVII., by Mrs. Oliphant, Chambers' Journal
  7. An Adventure in Afghanistan, by M. Laing Meason, English Illustrated Magazine
  8. Timbuctoo, Chambers' Journal
  9. The Prospects of Medical Women in India, by E. M. Beal, Good Words

Poetry.

The Highland Widow's Lament, by Emily Pfeiffer, Academy
"When I have Said my Quiet Say", by Dora Greenwell
"O vent plaisant, qui d'haleine odorante", by Jean Vauquelin de la Fresnaye, Blackwood's Magazine
Idylle. - Francette, by Jean Vauquelin de la Fresnaye, Blackwood's Magazine

Miscellany.

The Courtesies of Doffing the Hat, Hatter's Magazine