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Littell's Living Age
Volume 177

No. 2284. — April 7, 1888.[edit]

Contents.

  1. The Study of English Literature, by Edward Dowden, Fortnightly Review
  2. A Dead Man's Vengeance, Blackwood's Magazine
  3. The Progress of Applied Science in its Effect upon Trade, by Sir Lyon Playfair, Contemporary Review
  4. Schopenhauer and his Mother, by Charles Edwards, Temple Bar
  5. Ardent Agnosticism, Spectator
  6. Mr. Cotter Morison, Saturday Review
  7. Rabies among Deer, Nature
  8. In a Turkish City - Part I., Chambers' Journal
  9. St. Margaret's, Westminster, St. James's Gazette
  10. The Secret of Alexander, Spectator
  11. To The Bottom of the Channel Tunnel, Chambers' Journal
  12. Sir James Paget's Confession on Behalf of Science, Spectator
  13. Avalanches on Mount St. Bernard, Standard

Poetry.

Born, All The Year Round
Bacillus our Bane, Punch
If They Knew, by Curtis May, Athenæum


No. 2285. — April 14, 1888.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Mystical Pessimism in Russia, by N. Tsakni, Contemporary Review
  2. Dulcie, by K. Carmarthen, Longman's Magazine
  3. Thomas Moore, by George Saintsbury, Macmillan's Magazine
  4. Coryat's Crudities, 1611, by M. S. Dimsdale, National Review
  5. The Great Yellow River, by C. F. Gordon Cumming, Leisure Hour
  6. A Few Words on French Revolutionary Models, by John Morley, Nineteenth Century
  7. William Barnes, by W. S., Leisure Hour
  8. The Monsoons, by Ralph Abercromby, Nature
  9. Anne Benson Procter, Academy
  10. The Dispersion of Seeds and Plants, by D. Morris, Nature

Poetry.

The Bird of Dawning, Macmillan's Magazine
After Winter, Cornhill Magazine
"Though now 'tis neither May nor June", by Richard Crashaw


No. 2286. — April 21, 1888.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Mary Stuart in Scotland - Part II., Blackwood's Magazine
  2. The Spanish College in the University of Bologna, by E. Armstrong, Macmillan's Magazine
  3. Home Rule in the Western Pyrenees, by Wentworth Webster, Fortnightly Review
  4. George Gatonby's Return to Hild's Haven - Part I., by Mary Linskill, Good Words
  5. Section Life in the North-West, Cornhill Magazine
  6. Hans Sachs: the People's Goethe of the Sixteenth Century, by Karl Blind, Westminster Review
  7. The Lakes, Temple Bar
  8. Domesday Book, by Alex. Charles Ewald, Gentleman's Magazine
  9. Swiss Forest Laws, Nature
  10. The Needed Complement to Tolerance, Spectator
  11. Afghan Chiefs' Impressions of India, Times
  12. Genius and Domestic Life, Spectator
  13. The Silent Nuns, Daily News
  14. Tramways in Damascus, Standard
  15. Mr. Punch's Examination Papers for Young People, Punch

Poetry.

Arsinoe's Cats, translated from the Greek by Graham R. Tomson, Longman's Magazine
The Letter of Frederick III. to Prince Bismarck, by H. D. Rawnsley, Academy
Hush, All The Year Round
J. W. Inchbold, by John Dennis, Spectator
The Recall, by A. C. Swinburne, Athenæum


No. 2287. — April 28, 1888.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Mary Stuart in Scotland - Part III., Blackwood's Magazine
  2. George Gatonby's Return to Hild's Haven - Part II., by Mary Linskill, Good Words
  3. Recollections of Charles Dickens, by Eleanor E. Christian, Temple Bar
  4. Frederick III., Contemporary Review
  5. Some Recollections of the New Crown-Prince of Germany, by a Former Tutor, Murray's Magazine
  6. Poor Mr. Pepys!, by George F. Hooper, Gentleman's Magazine
  7. One Day's Sport in India, by J. D. Rees, Nineteenth Century
  8. Emin Pasha, All The Year Round
  9. In a Turkish City - Part II., Chambers' Journal

Poetry.

Only the Other Day, Lotus Leaves
Spring, by E. P. F., Spectator
"Where's Ramsgate", Punch
Roundel, by Charles Sayle, English Illustrated Magazine

Miscellany.

Gods of the Aino's of Yezo


No. 2288. — May 5, 1888.[edit]

Contents.

  1. A Glimpse of North Africa, by Grant Allen, Contemporary Review
  2. Snowed up in Arcady, by Augustus Jessopp, Nineteenth Century
  3. Forget me Not - Part I., by Mrs. Parr, Temple Bar
  4. Civilization in the United States, by Matthew Arnold, Nineteenth Century
  5. A Nun's Love Letters, by Edmund Gosse, Fortnightly Review
  6. Artemus Ward, by Geo. J. H. Northcroft, Time
  7. "Conversations with the Duke of Wellington", Temple Bar
  8. Springtime in Rural Portugal, by Oswald Crawford, Fortnightly Review
  9. The Baltic Amber Coast in Prehistoric Times, by Arthur J. Evans, Nature
  10. The Language of Animals, Spectator

Poetry.

The Tyneside Widow, by Algernon Charles Swinburne, Fortnightly Review
Peace, by Herman Merivale, Spectator
Xavier's Hymn, by St. Francis Xavier, translated by Alexander Pope, Bookworm

Miscellany.

Jews and Inebriety
Health of Rome, Medical Press


No. 2289. — May 12, 1888.[edit]

Contents.

  1. The Certainties of Chance, by R. A. Proctor, National Review
  2. The Discovery of the Solomon Islands, Westminster Review
  3. Bradshaw, Cornhill Magazine
  4. Caricature, the Fantastic, the Grotesque, by John Addington Symonds, Fortnightly Review
  5. To Alncaster, by Owen Balair, Time
  6. Century for Century, by Ferdinand Rothschild, Nineteenth Century
  7. A Lady's Winter Holiday in Ireland - Part I., by Isabella L. Bird, Murray's Magazine
  8. Cold Winds, by Hy Harries, Longman's Magazine
  9. In a Turkish City - Part III., Chambers' Journal
  10. Rank among the Royalties, Spectator
  11. Coleridge Notes, by G. Grove, Athenæum
  12. The Eve of St. John, by Gustav Hartwig, translated by Theodore Martin, Blackwood's Magazine
  13. The Akkas, a Pygmy Race from Central Africa, Nature

Poetry.

She Forgot Her Wrongs, by Camilla Crosland, Chambers' Journal
A Song of Easter, by Walter W. Skeat, Academy
"Oh, the Wild Charge he Made!", by Thomas Eaves, Spectator
"My Child went forth into my Garden fair", by Mrs. Owen, Spectator
The Eve of St. John, by Gustav Hartwig, translated by Theodore Martin, Blackwood's Magazine

Miscellany.

Snow Clothing, Science-Gossip


No. 2290. — May 19, 1888.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Islam And Civilization, by Malcolm MacColl, Contemporary Review
  2. Marino Faliero, Temple Bar
  3. Among the Islands of the South Pacific: Fiji, by Coutts Trotter, Blackwood's Magazine
  4. The Topographical Instinct in Animals, by Gordon Stables, C.M.; M.D.; R.N, Leisure Hour
  5. The Polruan Ferry-boat, Chambers' Journal
  6. Matthew Arnold, Spectator
  7. Death of Mr. Matthew Arnold, London Times
  8. Boyish Freaks, Chambers' Journal
  9. Old Naval Families, St. James's Gazette
  10. Ruskin's Forge, by Frederick Hastings, Leisure Hour

Poetry.

Matthew Arnold, by Herman Merivale, Spectator
Horace, Book II., Ode 17, by Stephen de Vere, Temple Bar

Miscellany.

Experiment in the Planting of Waste Saline Tracts, Nature
Giant Magnets


No. 2291. — May 26, 1888.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Kaspar Hauser, Quarterly Review
  2. Elements and Meta-Elements, Times
  3. The Hermit of Le Croisic, by H. de Balzac, Temple Bar
  4. Reminiscences of Cardinal Mazarin, Westminster Review
  5. Dickens's Characters and their Prototypes, by F. G. Kitton, Temple Bar
  6. Hymns and Hymnals, by J. B. Selkirk, Blackwood's Magazine
  7. Reality and Romance, Spectator
  8. Scientific Progress in Elementary Schools, Nature
  9. The Cashiering of the Tin Soldier, Spectator
  10. Mr. Matthew Arnold's Earliest Publication, by Edmund Gosse, Athenæum

Poetry.

Salve, Caput Cruentatum, by John Addington Symonds, Spectator
The Quiet Stream, by Stofford Brooke
Spring is not Dead, by Alfred Perceval Graves, Spectator

Miscellany.

Dr. Johnson and Oats, by G. H. Thompson, Notes and Queries


No. 2292. — June 2, 1888.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Prince Bismarck in the German Reichstag, Temple Bar
  2. Mary Stuart in Scotland - Part IV., Blackwood's Magazine
  3. Forget me Not - Part II., by Mrs. Parr, Temple Bar
  4. In the Bahamas, by Edith Bernal Blake, Nineteenth Century
  5. Matthew Arnold, by Frederic W. H. Myers, Fortnightly Review
  6. The Monasteries in the Air, by J. Theodore Bent, Gentleman's Magazine
  7. The Old Emperor and the New, by Karl Blind, Gentleman's Magazine
  8. Berthold Auerbach, by Helen Zimmern, National Review
  9. In a Turkish City - Part IV., Chambers' Journal
  10. Curiosities of Oxford Life in the Seventeenth Century, Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News

Poetry.

Matthew Arnold, by William Derry and Raphoe, Spectator
Matthew Arnold, by Richard le Gallienne, Academy
A Song of the Lost Season, Punch
Nocturne, by J. S. Mills, Chambers' Journal


No. 2293. — June 9, 1888.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Francis Parkman, by F. H. Underwood, Contemporary Review
  2. Mr. Sandford - Part I., Cornhill Magazine
  3. The Disenchantment of France, by Frederick W. H. Myers, Nineteenth Century
  4. A Lady's Winter Holiday in Ireland - Part II., by Isabella L. Bird, Murray's Magazine
  5. Italy in England, by A. Gallenga, National Review
  6. In the Dales Sixty Years Since, by F. P. Verney, Macmillan's Magazine
  7. Solomon Maimon, Spectator
  8. A Bull-Fight at Barcelona, Spectator
  9. A Novel Ascent, Chambers' Journal

Poetry.

The Winter Sea, by Fred J. Cox, Spectator
Fair Flow'rs of May, by Madame Collet, translated by Charlotte Swift,
Beyond the Mist, by John W. Hales, Academy
The Bird's Faith, by Victor Hugo, translated by E. R. Chapman,


No. 2294. — June 16, 1888.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Antagonism, Nature
  2. Mr. Sandford - Part II., Cornhill Magazine
  3. Wanderings and Wild Sport beyond the Himalayas, Blackwood's Magazine
  4. Tramps, Medæval and Modern, Westminster Review
  5. The Pygmy Races of Men, by Professor Flower, C.B., LL.D., F.R.S., Nature
  6. The Next Armada, Punch
  7. Nature's Weather-Prophets, St. James's Gazette

Poetry.

An April Love, by Alfred Austin, Spectator
Queen Polly, by Frederick Langbridge, Good Words
A Plea for Poor "Goldie", Punch
Ad Emeritum, by Σ, Time

Miscellany.

John Gibson Lockhart, by F. G., Athenæum


No. 2295. — June 23, 1888.[edit]

Contents.

  1. The Dislocations of Industry, by Wm. Smart, Contemporary Review
  2. Mr. Max Muller's "Science of Thought", by J. F. Stephen, Nineteenth Century
  3. Notes from a Prosperous Agricultural Country, by Frances Mary de Borring, Fortnightly Review
  4. Eton: 1836 to 1841, Longman's Magazine
  5. Scratched Out, Time
  6. Down Goyden Pot, Chambers' Journal
  7. The Lost Conscience, by M. Wright, Longman's Magazine
  8. The Position of Women in Ancient Rome, by James Donaldson, Contemporary Review
  9. The Character of the Devil in the Middle Ages, by A. C. Champneys, National Review

Poetry.

A Song of Spring, by Clement Scott, English Illustrated Magazine
May at St. Moritz, by B. L. Tollemache, Academy
Villanelle, by Walter W. Skeat, Academy

Miscellany.

Walking Manners, Daily News
The Rings of Saturn, Science Gossip


No. 2296. — June 30, 1888.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Emerson, the Thinker, by George Stewart, Jun., Scottish Review
  2. Sydney Smith, by George Saintsbury, Macmillan's Magazine
  3. The Story of a Duel, by E. F. P., Temple Bar
  4. Among the Islands of the South Pacific: Tonga and Samoa, by Coutts Trotter, Blackwood's Magazine
  5. Physical Peculiarities of Great Men, by W. H. Davenport Adams, Gentleman's Magazine
  6. Summer-Time in Rural Portugal, by Oswald Crawford, Fortnightly Review
  7. Effects of Mental Overwork, Lancet

Poetry.

In Memoriam, Spectator
In Capri, by W. Wordsworth, Macmillan's Magazine
"After Many Days", by M. M. M., Macmillan's Magazine

Miscellany.

Unfathomed Quicksands