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Littell's Living Age
Volume 178

No. 2297. — July 7, 1888.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Goethe - Part I., by Edward Dowden, Fortnightly Review
  2. The Eavesdropper - Part I., Cornhill Magazine
  3. Some Ideas of Schopenhauer, by J. A. Farrer, Gentleman's Magazine
  4. Correspondence of Sir Henry Taylor, Blackwood's Magazine
  5. The Patriotism of a Hereditary Peerage, by A. Burney, National Review
  6. The Letters of Charles Lamb, by Augustine Birrell, Macmillan's Magazine
  7. A Poet of Prose, Temple Bar
  8. Sledging Through Siberia, by Lionel F. Gowing, Graphic
  9. Do Birds Transport each other Through the Air, St. James's Gazette
  10. Vagaries of Speech, Spectator
  11. My Brother Henry, St. James's Gazette
  12. The Scientific Writings of Joseph Henry, by J. H. L., Nature
  13. The Lake City of Borneo, St. James's Gazette
  14. What Becomes of the Dead Wild Animals?, Our Earth and its Story
  15. A British Soldier Running Amuck, Allen's Indian Mail
  16. Fatal Result of Morphia-taking, Lancet

Poetry.

Siva, by A. C. Lyall, National Review
The Witnesses, by Alfred Wood, Chambers' Journal

Miscellany.

Glass-cutting by Electricity, Electrical Review

No. 2298. — July 14, 1888.[edit]

Contents.

  1. The Cloister in Cathay, by George N. Curzon, Fortnightly Review
  2. The Eavesdropper - Part II., Cornhill Magazine
  3. Matthew Arnold, by H. D. Traill, Contemporary Review
  4. The Sunday Question, by Bishop of Ripon, Contemporary Review
  5. Some Recollections of Bishop Wilberforce, by Rev. George Huntington, Temple Bar
  6. The Empress Victoria of Germany, by E. B., Argosy
  7. A Brother of the Common Life, Macmillan's Magazine
  8. Health-Resort Vignettes, by Charles Edwardes, Temple Bar
  9. A Religious Revolution in Japan, Spectator

Poetry.

Vengeance, by Stofford A. Brooke
"Last Night Sang the Nightingales", World
Waiting, by Stofford A. Brooke
To William Beetham, by George Morine
Amaryllis, by Charles Sayle, English Illustrated Magazine

No. 2299. — July 21, 1888.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Archbishop Trench's Poems, by Aubrey de Vere, Nineteenth Century
  2. Lil: A Liverpool Child, by Agnes C. Maitland, English Illustrated Magazine
  3. About Two Great Novelists, by Herman Merivale, author of "Faucit of Bailliol," etc., Temple Bar
  4. A Visit to the Monastert of Rilo, by T. W. Legh, Macmillan's Magazine
  5. Contemporary Life and Thought in France, by G. Monod, Contemporary Review
  6. The Hohenzollerns, St. James's Gazette
  7. The Late Emperor's Malady, St. James's Gazette
  8. Martens, Eagles, and Owls, Saturday Review

Poetry.

A Song in June, by J. C. Howden, Chambers' Journal
Sunset, by George Morine
Man Leaves a Monument for Earth to Hide, Chambers' Journal
Then and Now, by George Morine
"The Nightingale has a Lire of Gold", by W. E. Henley

Miscellany.

The Great Red Spot

No. 2300. — July 28, 1888.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Mary Somerville, Blackwood's Magazine
  2. John Huxford's Hiatus, Cornhill Magazine
  3. Elizabeth: Queen of Roumania, by Helen G. McKerlie, National Review
  4. Indian Insects, by P. Hordern, Blackwood's Magazine
  5. A Rival of Marco Polo, by A Desultory Reader, National Review
  6. Diversions of a Pedagogue, by J. H. Raven, Macmillan's Magazine
  7. Wonders in Mars, by Camille Flammarion, Supplément Littéraire du Figaro

Poetry.

One Day, Cornhill Magazine
Sonnets In My Library, by William Derry and Raphoe,
"Out of the Night that Covers me", by W. E. Henley, Spectator

Miscellany.

The Thunderbolt a Myth, Scientific News
A Chinese Anæsthetic

No. 2301. — August 4, 1888.[edit]

Contents.

  1. The Impartial Study of Politics, by Professor J. R. Seeley, Contemporary Review
  2. Goethe, by Edward Dowden, Fortnightly Review
  3. Caroline - Part I., by Lady Lindsay, Temple Bar
  4. The Valley of Waterfalls, by George N. Curzon, Macmillan's Magazine
  5. Our Missionaries, by W. W. Hunter, Nineteenth Century
  6. The Use of Paradox, Spectator
  7. The Music of the Synagogue, St. James's Gazette
  8. Peers and Auctioneers, Spectator
  9. My Rooks, St. James's Gazette
  10. The Function of Cats, Saturday Review

Poetry.

Going South, by A. Mary F. Robinson
Mort au Champ d'Honneur, by H. T. R., Spectator
Tuberoses, by A. Mary F. Robinson

Miscellany.

A Russian General's Gipsy Quarters


No. 2302. — August 11, 1888.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Sylt and its Associations, Blackwood's Magazine
  2. Caroline - Part II., by Lady Lindsay, Temple Bar
  3. The Future of Religion, by Emile de Laveleye, Contemporary Review
  4. Laurium: the Romance of a Mine, by the Countess of Jersey, National Review
  5. Liberating the Slaves in Brazil, by W. J. H., Nineteenth Century
  6. The Characteristics of American Cities, Westminster Review
  7. Sight in Savages, by W. H. Hudson, Longman's Magazine
  8. Rannoch Memories, Chamber's Journal

Poetry.

Rondeau, by W. E. Henley
Rusticus Expectat, by Francis St. John Thackeray, Spectator
An Orchard at Avignon, by A. Mary F. Robinson

Miscellany.

Status of Heterodoxy in Russia


No. 2303. — August 18, 1888.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Impressions of Australia, by Coutts Trotter, Blackwood's Magazine
  2. Caroline - Part III., by Lady Lindsay, Temple Bar
  3. Beaconsfield, National Review
  4. The House of Percy, Temple Bar
  5. A Tragic Page from the History of an Old City, All The Year Round
  6. A Village Festival, by Vacuus Viator, Spectator
  7. The Avocet Rock, Nature
  8. Insect Torments of Brazil, Chambers' Journal

Poetry.

Sonnets in my Library - Part I., by William Derry and Raphoe, Spectator
Frederick III., by H. D. R., Spectator

Miscellany.

Qualifications of a Confessor, Month


No. 2304. — August 25, 1888.[edit]

Contents.

  1. The Poems of Michael Angelo, Edinburgh Review
  2. An Elie Ruby, Blackwood's Magazine
  3. Benyowsky, Temple Bar
  4. Public Schools in the Olden Time, by R. J. Mackenzie, Murray's Magazine
  5. Vegetable Rennet, by J. R. Green, Nature
  6. Lights and Shadows of Sketching, by Philip H. Calderon, R.A., Argosy
  7. From A Falkland Islander, by B. B., St. James's Gazette
  8. The Poisonous Snakes of the Bombay Presidency, Nature
  9. In the Month when Sings the Cuckoo, by Alfred Austin, National Review

Poetry.

The Two Lives, by William Canton
The Old Knife-Grinder, by Frederick Langbridge, Good Words
To a Nightingale, by Paget Toynbee, Academy
In the Month when Sings the Cuckoo, by Alfred Austin, National Review

Miscellany.

The Evangelical Alliance and the Csar, English Churchman


No. 2305. — September 1, 1888.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Mary Stuart in Scotland - Part I., by John Skelton, Blackwood's Magazine
  2. Nat - Part I., by Denis Desmond, Belgravia
  3. Professor Bonamy Price, by J. R. Mozley, Temple Bar
  4. The Peak of Tenerife, Cornhill Magazine
  5. Parallels to Homeric Life Existing in Greece To-day, by J. Theodore Bent, National Review
  6. Confessions of a Gardener, Macmillan's Magazine
  7. Sir Francis Doyle's Poetry, Macmillan's Magazine
  8. The Tercentenary of the Armada on Skiddaw Top, by H. D. R., Spectator

Poetry.

Sonnets in my Library - Part II., by William Derry and Raphoe, Spectator
Grief, by Arthur L. Salmon, Academy
"Do Time's poor tinsel pageants overcast", by W. D. S., Temple Bar
I Chide not at the Seasons, by Alfred Austin, Spectator

Miscellany.

The Attorney-General's Divided Duties, Law Journal


No. 2306. — September 8, 1888.[edit]

Contents.

  1. The British Museum and the People who go There, Blackwood's Magazine
  2. The Lilacs, by Margaret Hunt, Longman's Magazine
  3. The Invitation to Celebrate the French Revolution, by Goldwin Smith, National Review
  4. Courage, by Wolseley, Fortnightly Review
  5. In a Garden of John Evelyn's, Blackwood's Magazine
  6. Hunger and Thirst in Australia, by Morley Roberts, Murray's Magazine
  7. John Campbell Shairp, by Coleridge, Macmillan's Magazine
  8. The White Race of Palestine, by A. H. Sayce, Nature

Poetry.

A Birthday Wish, by Margaret Veley
Spring, by Margaret Veley
Sibylline Leaves, by George Hill, Blackwood's Magazine

Miscellany.

Death of "Queen Esther"


No. 2307. — September 15, 1888.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Mr. Forster, by Justin McCarthy, M.P., Contemporary Review
  2. Baldwin's Mistake, Cornhill Magazine
  3. Who Owns the Churches?, by Augustus Jessopp, Nineteenth Century
  4. Michel Angelo, by W. W. Story, Blackwood's Magazine
  5. The Birds of the Outer Farnes, by T. Digby Pigott, Contemporary Review
  6. Baron Hirsch's Railway, by Theodore Bent, Fortnightly Review
  7. The Non-Chinese Races of China, Nature
  8. The Death of Mr. Gleig, Blackwood's Magazine
  9. Recent Oriental Discovery, by Prof. A. H. Sayce, Contemporary Review
  10. Pennsylvania Dutch, Saturday Review
  11. Globular Star Clusters, by A. M. Clerke, Nature
  12. Literary Dram-drinking, Spectator

Poetry.

The Old Tryst, by Morley Roberts, English Illustrated Magazine
Jasmine, All The Year Round
Tuberoses, by A. Mary F. Robinson
Corn-Flowers, by Arthur L. Salmon, Good Words


No. 2308. — September 22, 1888.[edit]

Contents.

  1. English Eyewitnesses of the French Revolution, Edinburgh Review
  2. A Night in a Scotch Swamp, by C. L. L., Blackwood's Magazine
  3. A Chapter on Proposals - Part I., Temple Bar
  4. A Visit to President Brand, by J. E. C. Bodley, Fortnightly Review
  5. State Socialism - Part I., by John Rea, Contemporary Review
  6. A Rustic Sketch, Spectator
  7. The New Vegetation of Krakatao, by W. B. Hemsley, Nature
  8. "Fading Away", Saturday Review

Poetry.

Retrospection, by Herbert Grant, Academy
Memories, by Sidney A. Alexander, English Illustrated Magazine
Glen Almond, by H. D. R., Spectator
"It Is a Dangerous, Wretched thing to Nourish", by Allan Upward

No. 2309. — September 29, 1888.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Admiral Coligny, Quarterly Review
  2. Nat - Part II., by Denis Desmond, Belgravia
  3. The Glorified Spinster, Macmillan's Magazine
  4. "The Glorified Spinster", Spectator
  5. Military Genius, by Lord Wolseley, Fortnightly Review
  6. Recollections of Mr. Forster, by Mary Jeune, National Review
  7. An Artist on Tour, St. James's Gazette
  8. The Central-Asian Railway, Spectator
  9. Shakespeare and Modern "Isms", St. James's Gazette
  10. Cornish Customs of To-day, Welcome

Poetry.

One Less at Home, by S. G. Stock
"The Norway Sheep", All The Year Round
Pretty Washermaiden, by W. E. Henley

Miscellany.

Stampede of Elephants, St. James's Gazette
Telephone in Siam, Iron