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Littell's Living Age
Volume 179

No. 2310. — October 6, 1888.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Chaucer and the Italian Renaissance, by F. T. Palgrave, Nineteenth Century
  2. My Treasure, Blackwood's Magazine
  3. A Winter in Syria - Part I., by Mountstuart E. Grant Duff, Contemporary Review
  4. John Ward, Preacher, by Archdeacon Farrar, Longman's Magazine
  5. Mr. Forster and Ireland, Blackwood's Magazine
  6. The Services of Catholic Missionaries in the East to Natural Science, Nature

Poetry.

Sonnets in my Library - Part III., by William Derry and Raphoe, Spectator
The Potato Harvest, by C. G. D. Roberts
She Hath Grown Cold, by A. P. G., Spectator

Miscellany.

A Story of the Late Emperor, Manchester Guardian

No. 2311. — October 13, 1888.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Applied Geography, by J. Scott Keltie, Contemporary Review
  2. A Chapter on Proposals - Part II., Temple Bar
  3. "Robert Elsmere" and the Battle of Belief", by W. E. Gladstone, Nineteenth Century
  4. A Great Yorkshire Vicar, by Rev. George Huntington, Temple Bar
  5. The Place of Music in Culture, by J. F. Rowbotham, National Review
  6. Pages from a Work-Girl's Diary, by Beatrice Potter, Nineteenth Century
  7. The President's Address to the British Association, Saturday Review
  8. General Prejevalsky, the Russian Explorer, Morning Post
  9. Piracy and Hidden Treasure, Japan Weekly Mail
  10. The Production of Caviar in Russia, St. James's Gazette

Poetry.

Muriel, by Herman Merivale, Spectator
Garden Memories, by Janet Ross, Temple Bar

No. 2312. — October 20, 1888.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Shakespeare's Wisdom of Life, by Edward Dowden, Fortnightly Review
  2. Griselda, by Amy Levy, the author of "Between Two Stools," "The New School of American Fiction," etc., Temple Bar
  3. Literary Immortality, by J. R. Seely, Contemporary Review
  4. Jean-Francois Millet, by Julia Ady, Nineteenth Century
  5. Story-Telling in the East, by A. H. Sayce, National Review
  6. Sketches in Tenerife - Part I., All The Year Round
  7. Working Princes, Cornhill Magazine
  8. Commercial Hydraulics, Spectator

Poetry.,

On a Blind and Captive Nightingale, by Charles L. Graves, Temple Bar
In Sight o' Land, by W. F. E. I., Chamber's Journal
Helen, by F. P., Academy


No. 2313. — October 27, 1888.[edit]

Contents.

  1. State Socialism - Part II., by John Rea, Contemporary Review
  2. Poor Harry, by W. E. Norris, Longman's Magazine
  3. Impressions of Petersburg, by W. T. Stead, Contemporary Review
  4. Under Canvas in a Proclaimed District, by F. Noel Paton, Blackwood's Magazine
  5. The Savile Letters. 1660-1689, by Julia Cartwright, Macmillan's Magazine
  6. The Australian Dingo at Home, Chambers' Journal
  7. Bishop Ken, by Archdeacon Farrar, Good Words
  8. An Adventure in the Flooded Theiss, Chambers' Journal
  9. "The First-Born Son of Death", by Edward Clifford, Nineteenth Century

Poetry.

To Cynthia, Five Years Old, by George J. Young, Spectator
Mist, by Joseph John Murray, Spectator
Gleaners of Fame, by Alfred Austin, Spectator


No. 2314. — November 3, 1888.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Our Diplomatists, Temple Bar
  2. Aut Diabolus, aut Nihil, Blackwood's Magazine
  3. A Winter in Syria - Part II., by Mountstuart E. Grant Duff, Contemporary Review
  4. The Great American Language, Cornhill Magazine
  5. Shakespeare Unawares, by Arthur Gaye, Macmillan's Magazine
  6. The Emperor Frederick's Diary, Spectator
  7. An Autumn Evening in Whitechapel, Daily News
  8. Savage versus Brute, by George J. Romanes, Times
  9. Mental Laziness, Spectator
  10. The Centenary of the Calcutta Botanic Garden, Nature

Poetry.

Love, by A. M, Macmillan's Magazine
The Lion among the Flowers, Temple Bar
Milton and Beethoven, by Charles MacCay, Temple Bar
Autumn, World


No. 2315. — November 10, 1888.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Montaigne - Part I., Temple Bar
  2. Quin Lough, by Emily Lawless, Murray's Magazine
  3. Sketches of Indian Life, Cornhill Magazine
  4. A Dip in Criticism, by Andrew Lang, Contemporary Review
  5. Reminiscences of the Lakes in 1844, by George Butler, Longman's Magazine
  6. The Late Dean Burgon, by F. Arnold, Murray's Magazine
  7. A Modern Pilgrimage, by S. M. Burrows, Macmillan's Magazine
  8. Sketches in Tenerife - Part II., All The Year Round
  9. Mr. W. Gifford Palgrave, Athenæum

Poetry.

In the Commonwealth, All The Year Round
A Halcyon Day in Summer, by F. T. Palgrave, Macmillan's Magazine
Holidays, by Isabella Fyvie Mayo, Good Words

Miscellany.

A Pope's Gift to a Queen, Science and Arts


No. 2316. — November 17, 1888.[edit]

Contents.

  1. The Apocrypha, London Quarterly Review
  2. The Last of the Costellos, by George H. Jessop, Longman's Magazine
  3. Montaigne - Part II., Temple Bar
  4. My Predecessors, by F. Max Muller, Contemporary Review
  5. Cruising and Dredging, London Quarterly Review
  6. Mr. Ruskin as a Society Man, St. James's Gazette
  7. The Hervey Isles and the British Protectorate, Standard
  8. Mr. Balfour's Sermon, Spectator
  9. The Prison of Bokhara, Times
  10. Recent Discoveries in Egypt, Chambers' Journal
  11. Krakatoa, Spectator
  12. Assamese Opium-Drinkers, St. James's Gazette
  13. Corsican Women, Queen

Poetry.

The Swallow, by M. R. Weld, Academy
A Song of the Sea, by David R. Williamson, Blackwood's Magazine
After Rain, by S. A. A., Macmillan's Magazine

Miscellany.

Electric Sunstroke, British Medical Journal


No. 2317. — November 24, 1888.[edit]

Contents.

  1. The English Peasantry, by T. E. Kebbel, Blackwood's Magazine
  2. The Phantom Piquet, Cornhill Magazine
  3. The Reign of the "Nouvelles Couches" in France, by Frederick Marshall, Nineteenth Century
  4. Among the North-Sea Trawlers, by James Runciman, Contemporary Review
  5. Sir Herbert Edwardes, by T. R. E. Holmes, National Review
  6. Pathos, by A. C. Benson, Murray's Magazine
  7. Wardour-Street English, by Archibald Ballantine, Longman's Magazine
  8. "Not Understanded of the People", Cornhill Magazine
  9. Empiricism versus Science, Nature
  10. The Toad in the Rock, Illustrated London News

Poetry.

Autumn Bloom, by Marion, Chambers' Journal
Dead, by Paul Walsh, Chambers' Journal
Loss and Gain, Good Words


No. 2318. — December 1, 1888.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Nonsense as a Fine Art, Quarterly Review
  2. Barbara, by May Kendall, Longman's Magazine
  3. The Income of a University, and How it is Spent, by G. F. Browne, National Review
  4. Boswell and his Editors, Church Quarterly Review
  5. Recent Advances in Surgery and Medicine, Edinburgh Review
  6. Francis Turner Palgrave, Sunday Magazine
  7. Roman Catholics on Agnosticism, Spectator
  8. Professor Huxley's Advice to Public Speakers, Pall Mall Gazette
  9. Up the Feeder, by E., Spectator
  10. Dutch Independence, Times
  11. Some Customs of Inns of Court, Cassell's Saturday Journal

Poetry.

Thorwaldsen's Last Work, by Joseph John Murphey, Spectator
The Wind has Blawn my Plaid awa', Jacobite Song
The Meadows of Long Ago, by E. Nesbit, Argosy
Autumn Woods, by Frances Nicholson

No. 2319. — December 8, 1888.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Palmyra: Past and Present, by Compton, Fortnightly Review
  2. On the Dark Mountains, Blackwood's Magazine
  3. Gray, by Arthur Benson, Macmillan's Magazine
  4. Mud-Larking in Bohemia, Temple Bar
  5. Hamdi Bey, by J. Theodore Bent, Contemporary Review
  6. Richmond Palace and its Royal Residents, London Quarterly Review
  7. The French Clergy Exiles in England, A.D. 1792-1797, by Frederick George Lee, D.D., National Review
  8. Desiccated Human Remains, Nature
  9. The Astronomical Observatory of Pekin, Nature

Poetry.

The Chevalier's Lament, Jacobite Songs
Loss, by A. G. B., Spectator
Gain, by A. G. B., Spectator
Divided, by F. P., Academy


No. 2320. — December 15, 1888.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Provincial Life under the Roman Republic, Quarterly Review
  2. A Little Maid, an Old Maid, and the Major - Part I., by Joyce Darrell, Argosy
  3. The Memoirs of the Comte de Brienne, by Ferdinand Rothschild, Nineteenth Century
  4. Queen Christina of Sweden - Part I., by Arvede Barine, translated by Mrs. E. W. Latimer, Revue des Deux Mondes
  5. Professions for Dogs, by C. F. Gordon Cumming, Blackwood's Magazine
  6. A Visit to Monserrat, by Annie Bentley, Temple Bar
  7. The Praise of Insensibility, Spectator
  8. A Competitive Examination in Turkey, St. James's Gazette

Poetry.

The Death of Antony, by W. W. Story, Blackwood's Magazine
Autumn Voices, by F. W. B., Spectator
Lady Jane Grey to the Flowers and Birds, by Eugene Lee-Hamilton

Miscellany.

A New Departure in Legal Education, British Medical Journal


No. 2321. — December 22, 1888.[edit]

Contents.

  1. The Genesis of the Puritan Ideal, by A. M. Fairbairn, Contemporary Review
  2. A Little Maid, an Old Maid, and the Major - Part II., by Joyce Darrell, Argosy
  3. Queen Christina of Sweden - Part II., by Arvede Barine, translated by Mrs. E. W. Latimer, Revue des Deux Mondes
  4. The Scottish Horace Walpole, Macmillan's Magazine
  5. Quinine, by Alex. H. Japp, Gentleman's Magazine
  6. The Increase in Wheat-Growing, Economist

Poetry.

"Florence the Beautiful", by Herman Merivale, Spectator
Refugium Peccatorum, by Samuel Waddington, Academy
Eternity, by Louis Belrose, Jun., Open Court

Miscellany.

An Adventure with a Crotalus


No. 2322. — December 29, 1888.[edit]

Contents.

  1. A Page of Afghan History, by Sir Lepel Griffin, Asiatic Quarterly Review
  2. Jin, by H. Musgrave, Longman's Magazine
  3. William Whewell, D.D., by J. S. P., Temple Bar
  4. A North-Country Flood, by H. D. Rawnsley, Murray's Magazine
  5. Mrs. Browning, Macmillan's Magazine
  6. Contemporary Life and Thought in France, by G. Monod, Contemporary Review
  7. Salt-Manufacture, Chambers' Journal
  8. Modern Aspect of Longevity, English Illustrated Magazine

Poetry.

A Prayer to Athena, by Emily Pfeiffer, Academy
The Merry-go-Round, by Roden Noel, Academy
Autumn, 1888, by William Toynbee, Spectator
A Night Thought, Cornhill Magazine

Miscellany.

A Hindoo's Appeal for a Holiday