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Littell's Living Age
Volume 174

No. 2245. — July 2, 1887.[edit]

Contents.

  1. The Present Position of European Politics - Part VI., Fortnightly Review
  2. Richard Cable, the Lightshipman - Part XV., by Sabine Baring-Gould, Chambers' Journal
  3. The Restorers of Florence, by Lamington, Fortnightly Review
  4. Coleridge's "Ode to Wordsworth", by Alfred Ainger, Macmillan's Magazine
  5. Major Lawrence, F.L.S - Part VI., by the Hon. Emily Lawless, the author of "Hurrish, a Study," etc., Murray's Magazine
  6. Thomas Stevenson, Civil Engineer, by Robert Louis Stevenson, Contemporary Review
  7. The Pigeon as a War Messenger, Cornhill Magazine
  8. The Albatross and Frigate-Bird, Spectator

Poetry.

On the Mountains, by B. L. Tollemache, Academy
"Kidnapped:" an Allegory, by George S. W. Kershaw, Spectator
May-Time, by Evelyn Pyne, Academy
Eskmeals, by H. D. Rawnsley, Spectator

Miscellany.

The Enemy of Woman, Daily News


No. 2246. — July 9, 1887.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Crabbe, by W. Fraser Rae, Temple Bar
  2. Major Lawrence, F.L.S - Part VII., by the Hon. Emily Lawless, the author of "Hurrish, a Study," etc., Murray's Magazine
  3. Strange Medicines, by C. F. Gordon Cumming, Nineteenth Century
  4. Richard Cable, the Lightshipman - Part XVI., by Sabine Baring-Gould, Chambers' Journal
  5. Victorian Literature - Part II, by Edward Dowden, Fortnightly Review
  6. Marse Dab after the War, Blackwood's Magazine
  7. Sir Philip Sidney, by W. Outram Tristram, English Illustrated Magazine
  8. The Invalid. A Hampshire Study, Cornhill Magazine

Poetry.

Oxford to London, by A. G. B., Spectator
The Shaded Spot, Demerara Lyrics
The Warriors Cradle-Song, by H. D. Rawnsley, Spectator
The Invalid. A Hampshire Study, Cornhill Magazine


No. 2247. — July 16, 1887.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Faith Healing and Fear Killing, by Frances Power Cobbe, Contemporary Review
  2. Thomas, Blackwood's Magazine
  3. With the Majority, by Herman Merivale, author of "Faucit of Balliol," etc., Temple Bar
  4. Bison-Stalking, Blackwood's Magazine
  5. A Review of Lighthouse Work and Economy in the United Kingdom during the past Fifty Years - Part I., by J. Kenward, Nature
  6. English Lake Dwellings, Westminster Review
  7. Ernest Augustus, King of Hanover, by Alex. J. Happ, Gentleman's Magazine
  8. The Pope and the Queen, Spectator
  9. Military Resources of England, Saturday Review
  10. A Village in London, St James's Gazette
  11. Keats, Spectator
  12. Marching, St James's Gazette
  13. A Medical Version of Ecclesiastes, Saturday Review

Poetry.

The Sculptors Story, All The Year Round
Summer Sketching, by Frederick Langbridge,M.A.

Miscellany.

Egyptian Petroleum, Engineering


No. 2248. — July 23, 1887.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Count Vitzthum's Reminiscences of St. Petersburg and London, Edinburgh Review
  2. Richard Cable, the Lightshipman - Part XVII., by Sabine Baring-Gould, Chambers' Journal
  3. Leopardi, by H. F. Brown, Macmillan's Magazine
  4. Nina. A Story of the Upper Engadine, Temple Bar
  5. Childish Things, Chambers' Journal
  6. The Royal Caste, Spectator
  7. A Review of Lighthouse Work and Economy in the United Kingdom during the past Fifty Years - Part II., by J. Kenward, Nature
  8. The Jubilee, Spectator; Saturday Review
  9. Queens in Procession, Saturday Review
  10. On the Pernicious Influence of Good Books, St. James's Gazette

Poetry.

Our Dream, by J. A. Noble
June 21st, by A. G. B., Spectator

Miscellany.

Burmese Gold, Engineering


No. 2249. — July 30, 1887.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Old and New Oxford, by T. E. Kebbel, National Review
  2. Major and Minor - Part VII., by W. E. Norris, Good Words
  3. Postal Communication, Past and Present, by E. Harrison Clubbe, National Review
  4. A Bargee's Sweetheart, Murray's Magazine
  5. Madame Mohl, Westminster Review
  6. Benacus, by E. Martinengo-Cesaresco, Macmillan's Magazine
  7. A Review of Lighthouse Work and Economy in the United Kingdom during the past Fifty Years - Part III., by J. Kenward, Nature
  8. A Queen and her Minister, St. James's Gazette
  9. Indian Swords and Swordsmen, English Mechanic

Poetry.

"Come, let us make his pleasant grave", by W. Allingham, Longman's Magazine
The Ban-shee, by Elizabeth Akers

Miscellany.

The Queen's Letter
Electric Light at the Winter Palace St. Petersburg, Electrician


No. 2250. — August 6, 1887.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Louis XIV. and his Court, London Quarterly Review
  2. Major Lawrence, F.L.S - Part VIII., by the Hon. Emily Lawless, the author of "Hurrish, a Study," etc., Murray's Magazine
  3. The Revived Study of Berkeley, by J. Clark Murray, Macmillan's Magazine
  4. Richard Cable, the Lightshipman - Part XVIII., by Sabine Baring-Gould, Chambers' Journal
  5. Character and Ability in Politics, by Alfred Austin, National Review
  6. The Royal Duke-Doctor, by Margaret Howitt, Good Words
  7. "Old Hook and Crook", English Illustrated Magazine
  8. The Charm of Pomp, by Basil Field, Spectator
  9. At Church in the Woods, Pall Mall Gazette
  10. The Pleasures of Travel, Spectator
  11. Cocoanut Pearls, Nature

Poetry.

Back to business, Punch
Christmas, by E. Nesbit, Spectator


No. 2251. — August 13, 1887.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Alsace-Lorraine and the European Situation, by an old German resident, National Review
  2. A Secret Inheritance - Part X,, by B. L. Farjeon, English Illustrated Magazine
  3. Montrose, Macmillan's Magazine
  4. Major Lawrence, F.L.S - Part IX., by the Hon. Emily Lawless, the author of "Hurrish, a Study," etc., Murray's Magazine
  5. The Private Journal of a French Mariner, by William Frederick Dickes, English Illustrated Magazine
  6. Bishop Fraser, London Quarterly Review
  7. Monsieur Silvain's Secret, by Mary E. Penn, Argosy
  8. La Comedie du Jour, Saturday Review
  9. Persian Plays and Players, Spectator

Poetry.

Phyllida's Love-call to her Corydon, and his Replying, by Alfred Austin, Spectator
A Wild Rose, by Ignoto, England's Helicon
What I Know, by Wilfred B. Woollam, Cassell's Magazine

Miscellany.

Moorish Prisons, Lancet
Mendicity in Russia


No. 2252. — August 20, 1887.[edit]

Contents.

  1. After Six Years, by Sir Mountstuart E. Grant Duff, Nineteenth Century
  2. Richard Cable, the Lightshipman - Part XIX., by Sabine Baring-Gould, Chambers' Journal
  3. Painting "The Scapegoat" - Part I., by W. Holman Hunt, Contemporary Review
  4. An Adventure in Cariboo, Macmillan's Magazine
  5. Contemporary Life and Thought in China, by a resident in Peking, Contemporary Review
  6. The Queen of Scottish Lakes, Spectator
  7. A Kirghese Betrothal, St. James's Gazette
  8. Our Two Selves, Queen

Poetry.

Nobody Else, by May Hodges, Argosy
At a Window, by William Allingham, Macmillan's Magazine
Ballade of Dead Poets, by G. R. T., St. James's Gazette

Miscellany.

Fairy Islands, Longman's Magazine


No. 2253. — August 27, 1887.[edit]

Contents.

  1. The International Law of the United States, Edinburgh Review
  2. Major Lawrence, F.L.S - Part X., by the Hon. Emily Lawless, the author of "Hurrish, a Study," etc., Murray's Magazine
  3. Modern Historians and their Influence on Small Nationalities, by H. More Stephens, Contemporary Review
  4. Major and Minor - Part VIII., by W. E. Norris, Good Words
  5. Salvation by Torture at Kairwan, by George N. Curzon, Fortnightly Review
  6. The Deficiencies of a "Well-Regulated Mind", Spectator
  7. The Creatures we Breathe, by Percy Faraday Frankland, Nineteenth Century

Poetry.

Ode ter de Furs' Water-million, by Mrs. Sarah A. Peple
A Day of Days, by W. Allingham

Miscellany.

An Electric-Lighting Difficulty
Sea Telegraphy, Engineering


No. 2254. — September 3, 1887.[edit]

Contents.

  1. On The Laws Regulating the Enjoyment of Property, by Lord Coleridge, Glasgow Herald
  2. Major Lawrence, F.L.S - Part XI., by the Hon. Emily Lawless, the author of "Hurrish, a Study," etc., Murray's Magazine
  3. The Trials of a Country Parson, by Augustus Jessop, Nineteenth Century
  4. Richard Cable, the Lightshipman - Part XX., by Sabine Baring-Gould, Chambers' Journal
  5. The Dolomites of the Pegnitz, Cornhill Magazine
  6. The Profession of Letters, Macmillan's Magazine
  7. Dogs in Germany, by L. S. Guggenburger, Nineteenth Century
  8. Use and Abuse of the Piano, St. James's Gazette
  9. The Plethora of Fruit, by J. Wright, Daily News

Poetry.

Gastibelza, by Victor Hugo, translated by Mrs. E. W. Latimer,
A Child's Day, by Katherine Tynan, Spectator

Miscellany.

Protection to Hearing, Iron

No. 2255. — September 10, 1887.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Political Assassination, Edinburgh Review
  2. Mr. Dangle's Dilemma, by Robert Schindler, Belgravia
  3. Painting "The Scapegoat" - Part II., by W. Holman Hunt, Contemporary Review
  4. A Secret Inheritance - Part XI., by B. L. Farjeon, English Illustrated Magazine
  5. The Mystical Side of Wordsworth, by John Hogben, National Review
  6. The Mystical Side of Good Sense, Spectator
  7. At Little Gidding, Macmillan's Magazine
  8. Toussaint L'Ouverture, by S. H. Swinny, Macmillan's Magazine
  9. Prisoners of War, Chambers' Journal
  10. A Lesson from the Flowers, Quiver

Poetry.

Undreamt Dreams, by Rose Howard, Chambers' Journal
Etruscan Tombs, by A. Mary F. Robinson, Athenæum
Sursum Corda, by F. W. B., Spectator

Miscellany.

Natural Gas in Utah, Iron


No. 2256. — September 17, 1887.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Francis Jeffrey, by George Saintsbury, Macmillan's Magazine
  2. A Secret Inheritance - Part XII., by B. L. Farjeon, English Illustrated Magazine
  3. French Society Ninety Years Ago, Temple Bar
  4. Olive's Lover, Cornhill Magazine
  5. Prehistoric Surgery, Westminster Review
  6. A Parson Poet, Church Quarterly Review
  7. Thomas Webster, R.A., by Lady Eastlake, Murray's Magazine
  8. Some Etymological Curios, All The Year Round
  9. A New Cosmogony, by A. M. Clerke, Nature
  10. The Curiosities of "Spent" Laws, Spectator

Poetry.

The Old Casket, All The Year Round
Solomon Redivivus, by Constance Naden, Evolutional Erotics

Miscellany.

Origin of Atmosphere Ozone, Hardwicke's Science-Gossip


No. 2257. — September 24, 1887.[edit]

Contents.

  1. The Island of Serk: a Sermon in Stones, by Sophie Weisse, Blackwood's Magazine
  2. Richard Cable, the Lightshipman - Part XXI., by Sabine Baring-Gould, Chambers' Journal
  3. Ancient and Modern Painted Glass, by E. G. Howard, National Review
  4. Eberhardt - Part I., Blackwood's Magazine
  5. Greater Greece and its Education, by J. Theodore Bent, Fortnightly Review
  6. Minerals at the American Exhibition, Nature
  7. The Society of Dogs, Spectator
  8. The Folk-lore of Ceylon Birds, Nature

Poetry.

Kaiser Dead, by Matthew Arnold, Fortnightly Review
Autumn, 1885, by James Ashcroft Noble

Miscellany.

A Man Killed by a Swordfish, Scientific American