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Littell's Living Age
Volume 180

No. 2323. — January 5, 1889.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Style, by Walter Pater, Fortnightly Review
  2. Which Wins?, by Fabian Bland, Murray's Magazine
  3. The Future of Westminster Abbey, by Archdeacon Farrar, Contemporary Review
  4. Irish Housekeeping and Irish Customs in the Last Century, by C. O'Coner Eccles, Blackwood's Magazine
  5. The Beothuks of Newfoundland, by Laby Blake, Nineteenth Century
  6. Society Poets, Temple Bar
  7. My Ride to Sheshouan, by Walter B. Harris, Blackwood's Magazine
  8. The Circuits, Spectator
  9. The Submission of Great Queensland, Economist
  10. The Training of Kings, Spectator

Poetry.

To Phillis, Ten Months Old, by W. Trego Webb, Spectator
The Work of a Lifetime, by Walter W. Skeat, Academy
English Sapphics, by Hallam Tennyson, Macmillan's Magazine

Miscellany.

Elephants at Work
The Obi-Yenisei Canal, Nature


No. 2324. — January 12, 1889.[edit]

Contents.

  1. The Recent Change in European Affairs, by Frederick Greenwood, Nineteenth Century
  2. The Other Englishman, Cornhill Magazine
  3. The Negro as a Soldier, by General Viscount Wolseley, Fortnightly Review
  4. Sketches in Athens, by Charles Edwardes, Temple Bar
  5. Swans, Blackwood's Magazine
  6. Sir Richard Fanshawe, by J. W. Mackail, Macmillan's Magazine
  7. Concerning Sheep, Cornhill Magazine
  8. Three Generations of Englishwomen, Blackwood's Magazine
  9. Odd Things from Children, Chambers' Journal

Poetry.

The Mistletoe, by E. Matheson, Chambers' Journal
Villanelle of the Loyal Jackass, by C. L. G., Spectator
First Frosts, World
The Christmas Holidays, by B. L. Tollemache, Academy

Miscellany.

Innoculating the Elephant, Illustrated London News
Physical History of Scotland, Dr Geikie's "Scenery of Scotland"


No. 2325. — January 19, 1889.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Daniel O'Connell's Correspondence, Quarterly Review
  2. Old Turcan's Wife, by J. Landers, Belgravia
  3. An Autumn Visit to Japan, by Eustace G. Cecil, Nineteenth Century
  4. Letters of the Duchess of Orleans, by Charles Hervey, Gentleman's Magazine
  5. Names in Fiction, by George Saintbury, Macmillan's Magazine
  6. The Ethics of Cannibalism, by H. H. Johnston, Fortnightly Review
  7. A Reception at Alfred de Vigny's, by Charles Hervey, Temple Bar
  8. A Plague of Flies, St. James's Gazette

Poetry.

In the Pamfili-Doria Gardens, by Augusta Webster, Good Words
A Mid-Winter Ballad, by H. A. Bird, Macmillan's Magazine

Miscellany.

How Long does a Dream Last


No. 2326. — January 26, 1889.[edit]

Contents.

  1. A Comparison of Elizabethan with Victorian Poetry, by John Addington Symonds, Fortnightly Review
  2. A Story of Chios, by Hannah Lynch, Macmillan's Magazine
  3. Charles Lamb's Letters, Temple Bar
  4. Studies of Elementary School Life - Part I., by H. J. Barker, Longman's Magazine
  5. The Grocer's War, Cornhill Magazine
  6. The Strength of the Hapsburgs, Spectator
  7. The Strength of the Habsburgs, by Edward A. Freeman, Spectator
  8. The Life of Archdeacon Allen, Spectator
  9. Lady Guides, Spectator
  10. Freaks of Conscience, Cassell's Saturday Journal

Poetry.

At The Saeter, by William Walsham Wakefield, Good Words
On New Year's Eve, by J. R. Mozley, Temple Bar
To the Empress Frederic, by Theodore Martin, Blackwood's Magazine

Miscellany.

The New Chief of the German Army and the Jews, Jewish Chronicle
A Straight Railway


No. 2327. — February 2, 1889.[edit]

Contents.

  1. The Scientific Bases of Optimism, by W. H. Mallock, Fortnightly Review
  2. The Old Cloak, by Maxime du Camp, translated by A. B., Murray's Magazine
  3. Dr. Johnson's Favorites, Macmillan's Magazine
  4. In a Burmese Prison, Cornhill Magazine
  5. A Queen-Anne Pocket-Book, by Alice Pollard, Longman's Magazine
  6. Ibsen's Social Dramas, by Edmund Gosse, Fortnightly Review
  7. Personal Recollections of the Great Duke of Wellington, by Georgiana, Dowager Lady de Ros, Murray's Magazine
  8. The Change in Ireland, Spectator
  9. Proofs of Age, Chambers' Journal
  10. Count Bismarck and Sir Robert Morier, Economist

Poetry.

Good-Bye, by Maggie Robertson, Chambers' Journal
Audi angelos cantantes, by Charles Wesley, translated into Latin by A. H. S., Academy
The Nightingale, by H. T. R., Spectator
Love and Pity, Cornhill Magazine

Miscellany.

Shumann's Poverty


No. 2328. — February 9, 1889.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Daniel O'Connell, by the Right Hon. W. E. Gladstone, M.P., Nineteenth Century
  2. War, by Gen. Viscount Wolseley, Fortnightly Review
  3. Mr. Calvert's Frailty, by J. Crawford Scott, Belgravia
  4. "Pickwick", Cornhill Magazine
  5. Isolation; or, Survival of the Unfittest, by the Duke of Argyll, Nineteenth Century
  6. On The Slopes of Olympus, by J. Theodore Bent, Gentleman's Magazine
  7. The Highland Crofters. - A Hard and Difficult Case, Spectator
  8. The German Emperor's Student Days, All The Year Round
  9. A Great Engineering Work, Times
  10. Giving and Saving, Longman's Magazine

Poetry.

Our Children, by A. G. B., Spectator
A Grey Day at Naples, 1888, by Herman Merivale, Spectator
Resurgam, by J. C. Dowden, Chambers' Journal


No. 2329. — February 16, 1889.[edit]

Contents.

  1. The Cambridge Apostles of 1830, by Julia Wedgwood, Contemporary Review
  2. With a Cockatoo, Cornhill Magazine
  3. A Forlorn Hope, All The Year Round
  4. The Decay of Lying: a Dialogue, by Oscar Wilde, Nineteenth Century
  5. "A Chronicle of Two Months" - Part I., Temple Bar
  6. A Visit to Bokhara the Noble, by George N. Curzon, Fortnightly Review
  7. Changing Cairo, Saturday Review
  8. From a Canadian Bank-Clerk's Note-Book, Chambers' Journal

Poetry.

The De-National Anthem, by Charles L. Graves, Spectator
"The Shore, the Fields, the Cottage just the Same", by A. Lampman, Between the Rapids

Miscellany.

Origin and Present State of the Glaciers of Europe, Nature


No. 2330. — February 23, 1889.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Music in Early Scotland, by J. Cuthbert Hadden, Scottish Review
  2. "A Chronicle of Two Months" - Part II., Temple Bar
  3. Mr. Bryce's "American Commonwealth", by Frederic Harrison, Nineteenth Century
  4. Thomas Campbell, Temple Bar
  5. Paris One Hundred Years Ago. 1789, translated by Mrs. E. W. Latimer, Supplément Littéraire du Figaro
  6. Nether Stowey, by Alfred Ainger, Macmillan's Magazine
  7. Studies of Elementary School Life - Part II., by H. J. Barker, Longman's Magazine
  8. Trivial Incidents, Spectator
  9. The Slaughter of our Songsters, Pall Mall Gazette
  10. Silent Men, Leisure Hour

Poetry.

Poets, by A. Lampman
British Sparrows, by A. Lampman
Truth, by A. Lampman
Memory, All The Year Round


No. 2331. — March 2, 1889.[edit]

Contents.

  1. The Early Life of Lord Beaconsfield, Quarterly Review
  2. The Fowl in the Pot, by Stanley J. Weyman, Temple Bar
  3. The Bismarck Dynasty, Contemporary Review
  4. Shanghai, from a Bedroom Window, All The Year Round
  5. The Penny-Fictionist, Cornhill Magazine
  6. The Future Actors in the Revolution in 1789, by Simon Boubee, translated by Mrs. E. W. Latimer, Supplément Littéraire du Figaro
  7. Overland to India in 1789 and 1889, Chambers' Journal
  8. "Sentry Go!", Cornhill Magazine
  9. The Reign of Darkness, Spectator

Poetry.

The Bird of Dawning, by Truman
What the Robin Said in December, by Truman
Elleray, by Truman
Busy Bismarck, Punch


No. 2332. — March 9, 1889.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Laurence Oliphant, by Mrs. M. O. W. Oliphant, Blackwood's Magazine
  2. The Owls' Revenge, by W. Warde Fowler, Macmillan's Magazine
  3. Three Notable Englishwomen, by W. Fraser Rae, Temple Bar
  4. Krakatoa, Edinburgh Review
  5. Volterra, by Janet Ross, Macmillan's Magazine
  6. Personal Recollections of the Great Duke of Wellington. , Murray's Magazine
  7. Elizabeth Barrett Browning, by John Dennis, Leisure Hour
  8. Snakes, by C. Lloyd Morgan, Murray's Magazine

Poetry.

An Old-Fashioned Valentine, Leisure Hour
Paterfamilias Loquitur, Punch
Snow Song, by Alfred Perceval Graves, Spectator


No. 2333. — March 16, 1889.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Hopes and Fears for Literature, by Professor Dowden, Fortnightly Review
  2. "A Chronicle of Two Months." , Temple Bar
  3. The Memoirs of Agrippa d'Aubigne, by Arthur Tilley, Macmillan's Magazine
  4. Some Curiosities of Diet, by Alfred J. H. Crespi, National Review
  5. A Fashionable Authoress of the Last Century, by Fitzgerald Molloy, Temple Bar
  6. Tennyson's Undertones, by C. H. P. M., Spectator
  7. American and English Girls, by J. Acton Lomax, National Review
  8. Gordon's Last Hour, Public Opinion

Poetry.

Helen at Troy, by George C. Warr, Academy
A Jacobite's Farewell, 1715, by Algernon Charles Swinburne, Magazine of Art
Robin, by George Hill, Sunday Magazine
Within the Veil, by J. F. Hurt, Chambers' Journal

Miscellany.

Insect Pests in Valencia, Nature


No. 2334. — March 23, 1889.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Lord Godolphin, Quarterly Review
  2. Jack's Niece, Argosy
  3. Minicoy: the Island of Women - Part I., by W. L., Blackwood's Magazine
  4. A Practical Test, All The Year Round
  5. A Poet's Corner, by W. H. Greswell, National Review
  6. The Finding of "Crusoe", Chambers' Journal
  7. The New Japanese Constitution, Times
  8. Brussels. June, 1815, by Mrs. Armytage, Argosy
  9. The European Position in Africa, Spectator
  10. The School of Forestry at Dehra Doon, India, Nature
  11. The Man Who Swallowed the East Wind, Chambers' Journal
  12. The Giant Earthworm of Gippsland, Nature
  13. The Frozen South, Good Words

Poetry.

The Village Garden, by Amy Levy, Spectator
Warfare, by Nannie Power O'Donoghue, Chambers' Journal
The Quaker's Grave, by B. L. Tollemache, Academy

Miscellany.

Purifying Water by Electricity


No. 2335. — March 30, 1889.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Gambling, Quarterly Review
  2. "A Chronicle of Two Months" - Part III., Temple Bar
  3. Minicoy: the Island of Women - Part II., by W. L., Blackwood's Magazine
  4. Some Quaker Biographies, by Thomas Raleigh, Macmillan's Magazine
  5. Tennyson as Prophet, by Frederic W. H. Myers, Nineteenth Century
  6. Genius and Physical Infirmities, Open Court
  7. My Pet, Chambers' Journal
  8. A Borrowed Art, Chambers' Journal

Poetry.

An Elegy on the House of Commons, by E. Nesbit, Argosy
True Love, by Herman Merivale, Spectator
Nocturnal Vigils, by Alfred Austin, Academy