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Littell's Living Age
Volume 181

No. 2336. — April 6, 1889.[edit]

Contents.

  1. A Southern Observatory, by A. M. Clerke, Contemporary Review
  2. "A Chronicle of Two Months" - Part V., Temple Bar
  3. Radicals and the Unearned Increment, by W. H. Mallock, National Review
  4. Major Barttelot’s Camp on the Aruhwimi, Blackwood's Magazine
  5. A Country Day-School Seventy Years Ago, by P. H. Gosse, Longman's Magazine
  6. An Outpost Adventure, by Archibald Forbes, Gentleman’s Magazine
  7. To the North Cape, Temple Bar

Poetry.

An Æolian Harp, by Michael Field, Contemporary Review
"All in a Garden Fair", by Sir Edwin Arnold
"My Heart’s Delight", by Miss Nesbit, Leaves of Life

Miscellany.

Fog in Parlaiment, Lancet

No. 2337. — April 13, 1889.[edit]

Contents.

  1. The Baluch and Afghan Frontiers of India - Part I., by Sir Charles Dilke, author of "Greater Britain", Fortnightly Review
  2. Selim the Unsociable, by H. Arthur Kennedy, Temple Bar
  3. A Reminiscence of the Late Crown-Prince Rudolf of Austria, by Willoughby Verner, National Review
  4. Dean Burgon’s Lives of Twelve Good Men, Quarterly Review
  5. Some Lessons of Antiquity, by F. Max Fuller, Fortnightly Review
  6. The Story of Quex, Chambers' Journal
  7. Castellar and Gorbio, Spectator

Poetry.

To a Master in Paradise, by Emily H. Hickey, Academy
Daffodils, All The Year Round
Diffidence, by J. Williams, Chambers' Journal

Miscellany.

Method of Solidifying Petroleum, Nature


No. 2338. — April 20, 1889.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Titus Gates, by Robert K. Douglas, Blackwood's Magazine
  2. The Heritage of the Hapsburgs, by J. D. Bourhier, Fortnightly Review
  3. My Son Tommy, Macmillan's Magazine
  4. James Smith, Temple Bar
  5. Gentlemen Emigrants to the United States, Blackwood's Magazine
  6. Irish Novelists on Irish Peasants, by R. E. Prothero, National Review
  7. Wordsworthiana, Spectator

Poetry.

Preferences and Treasures, Chambers' Journal
Lines Addressed to Miss L. W., by Fanny Kemble, Temple Bar
A Birthday, by J. W., Chambers' Journal
"Toujours l’Audace", by A. G. B., Spectator

Miscellany.

New Swedish Rapid-firing Gun, Engineering


No. 2339. — April 27, 1889.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Australia in 1888, by Carnarvon, Fortnightly Review
  2. Moth-Mullein, Cornhill Magazine
  3. On Seals and Savages, by Edith Blake, Nineteenth Century
  4. Napoleon and Elba, Cornhill Magazine
  5. Correspondence of John Lothrop Motley, Blackwood’s Magazine
  6. Round about Dotheboys Hall, by H. F. A., Temple Bar
  7. The Cinque Ports, All The Year Round
  8. Baku Petroleum, by T. E. Thorpe, Nature

Miscellany.

A Jacobite’s Exile, by Algernon Charles Swinburne, English Illustrated Magazine
Birds in an Autumn Sky, by Michael Field, Contemporary Review

No. 2340. — May 4, 1889.[edit]

Contents.

  1. The Political Situation in France, by Gabriel Monad and Philip Gilbert Hamerton, Contemporary Review
  2. "A Chronicle of Two Months" - Part VI., Temple Bar
  3. The Baluch and Afghan Frontiers of India - Part II., by Sir Charles Dilke, author of "Greater Britain", Fortnightly Review
  4. A Turkish Democrat, by C. J. Cornish, Macmillan’s Magazine
  5. A Little Girl’s Recollections of le Comte Alfred de Vigny, by Henriette Corkran, Temple Bar
  6. The Brain-Power of Plants, by Arthur Smith, National Review
  7. A Burmese Boat-Journey, by P. Hordern, Blackwood’s Magazine

Poetry.

John Bright, by A. G. B., Spectator
Gone hence, alas! is one whom none will know, by J. H. H., Spectator

Miscellany.

The Russian Black Sea Fleet, Engineering


No. 2341. — May 11, 1889.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Mr. Disraeli - Part I., by Henry W. Lucy, Temple Bar
  2. Sophy, Temple Bar
  3. A Visit to the Karun River and Kum, by Colonel Mark Sever Bell, V.C., A.D.C., Royal Engineers, Blackwood's Magazine
  4. The Sonnet in America, by William Sharp, National Review
  5. Laurence Oliphant, by Oswald Smith, Time
  6. The Unripe Fruit of Education in India, by C. J. Buckland, (late B.C.S), Leisure Hour
  7. The Eiffel Tower, Spectator
  8. The Parcel Post, St. James's Gazette
  9. The Pulpit in the Good Old Days, by Walter Slater, Temple Bar
  10. Common Sense in Military Dress, Civil and Military Gazelle

Poetry.

A Morning Walk, Cornhill Magazine
A Year of Silence, by A. G. B., Spectator
"All things that live, our priests of Science teach", by H. G. Hewlett

Miscellany.

Post-Pliocene Footprints, Science and Art


No. 2342. — May 18, 1889.[edit]

Contents.

  1. The First Special Correspondent, by Paul Sylvester, National Review
  2. Little Sister, by H. Musgrave, Longman’s Magazine
  3. Edmond Scherer, by Edward Dowden, Fortnightly Review
  4. The Young Sulpicius, by Thomas Hodgkin, Macmillan’s Magazine
  5. The Migrations of Plants, Edinburgh Review
  6. Quite Out of the Way, by Florence V. du Cane, Murray’s Magazine
  7. The Country of a Thousand Lakes, Chambers' Journal
  8. Spring in the South of Europe, Nottingham Daily Express

Poetry.

When Spring-tide Comes, by H. G. Hewlett
"One more glimpse of the sun", by Lord Henry Somerset
A Breathing-Space
Ναι Μα Τουσ, by A. G. B., Spectator
The Old House, by Amy Levy, Spectator


No. 2343. — May 25, 1889.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Motley’s Correspondence, Quarterly Review
  2. How "the Crayture" got on the Strength, by Archibald Forbes, English Illustrated Magazine
  3. Our Reign in the Ionian Islands, by Walter Frewen Lord, Nineteenth Century
  4. Leigh Hunt, by George Saintsbury, Macmillan's Magazine
  5. In Ninety-Eight, by Henry W. Lucy, Time
  6. Father Damien and the Lepers, by Archibald Ballantyne, Longman's Magazine
  7. Tipping, All The Year Round
  8. Clothes and Conduct on Board an Old Indiaman, Athenæum
  9. The Italians and the Republic of the Plata, Spectator

Poetry.

A March Minstrel, by Alfred Austin
To A Thrush In January, by Robert Steggall, Month
"He Purgeth It", by A. G. B., Spectator

Miscellany.

Colors, Where they Come from, British Journal of Photography


No. 2344. — June 1, 1889.[edit]

Contents.

  1. The Duc d’Enghien, Edinburgh Review
  2. "A Chronicle of Two Months" - Part VII., Temple Bar
  3. Mr. Bright, by R. W. Dale, Contemporary Review
  4. With Father Damien and the Lepers, by Edward Clifford, Nineteenth Century
  5. The Madame de Maintenon of Wurtemberg, by C. A. Montresor, National Review
  6. A Passion Play on the Italian Lakes, by E. C. C., Macmillan's Magazine
  7. Is a Soldier’s Life worth Living?, by Wolseley, Fortnightly Review
  8. Lord Wolseley on Soldierly Suicide, Spectator

Poetry.

John Bright, by Michael Field, Spectator
My Lady April, by Ernest Dowson, Temple Bar
London, April, 1889, by R. H., Temple Bar
"The Child and the Tramp", by Mrs. Piatt, The Witch of Glass

Miscellany.

Weak Hearts, Hospital
Punishing Wooden Idols, Rock


No. 2345. — June 8, 1889.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Mr. Norris’s Novels, Quarterly Review
  2. Sir Charles Danvers - Part I., by Mary Cholmondeley, the author of "The Danvers Jewels", Temple Bar
  3. Birds of Prey, Cornhill Magazine
  4. Mr. Disraeli - Part II., by Henry W. Lucy, Temple Bar
  5. The Study of Field-Names, by S. O. Addy, Macmillan's Magazine
  6. Right and Left, Cornhill Magazine
  7. A Recollection of Two Old Friends, by Isabella Fyvie Mayo, Leisure Hour
  8. By the Mule-Path, Spectator

Poetry.

Dead Leaves in Springtime, by C. H. Herford, Academy
England, 1889, by J. R. Mozley, Temple Bar
Edmund Burke and the French Revolution, by Aubrey de Vere, Spectator
John Bright, by H. D. Rawnsley
A Tragedy in Three Acts, by I. B., Temple Bar

Miscellany.

Chinese Marriage Custums, Popular Science Monthly


No. 2346. — June 15, 1889.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Elizabeth Barrett Browning, London Quarterly Review
  2. Sir Charles Danvers - Part II., by Mary Cholmondeley, the author of "The Danvers Jewels", Temple Bar
  3. Venice in Spring, Cornhill Magazine
  4. Wild-Bird Life in London, Past and Present, by Edward Hamilton, Macmillan's Magazine
  5. "Queen Charlotte’s Friend", Temple Bar
  6. French Preachers in the Thirteenth Century, Edinburgh Review
  7. The Prototypes of Thackeray’s Characters, Temple Bar
  8. The Letter "H", All The Year Round
  9. Lycanthropy, Leisure Hour
  10. A Drunken Dog, Saturday Review

Poetry.

Death as the Little Love-God, by Frank T. Marzials
"With pipe and book at close of day", by R. Le Gallienne
To the Liberal Unionists of 1887, by Aubrey de Vere, Spectator
The Last Metamorphosis of Mephistopheles, by Frank T. Marzials
Evolution, by Charles F. Johnson, Temple Bar
"When do I love you most, sweet books of mine?", by R. Le Gallienne

Miscellany.

A Japanese Patient, British Medical Journal


No. 2347. — June 22, 1889.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Italy in 1888-89, by Right Hon. W. E. Gladstone, Nineteenth Century
  2. The Hon. Percy Heron, by R. Shindler, Longman's Magazine
  3. Imitation as a Factor in Human Progress, by Edw. Fry, Contemporary Review
  4. A Literary Venture, by Albert Fleming, Belgravia
  5. Elizabeth of Valois and the Tragedy of Don Carlos - Part I., by Lamington, Blackwood's Magazine
  6. A Forgotten Rebellion, by Arch. Forbes, Gentleman’s Magazine
  7. Notes on Stanley’s Journey, by J. A. Grant, Nature
  8. Beau Brummell, by E. J. Hardy, Gentleman’s Magazine
  9. Russian Repudiation, Economist

Poetry.

Spring at Oxford, by X. L., Blackwood’s Magazine
R. I. P., by George Holden, Longman's Magazine
"Behold! a Band of Lovers Clad", by Lord Henry Somerset

Miscellany.

The Philosophy of House-Furnishing
A Plague of Tigers in Java, Allen's Indian Mail

No. 2348. — June 29, 1889.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Recent Conversations in a Studio - Part I., by W. W. Story, Blackwood’s Magazine
  2. A Dog Story, Time
  3. Greek Islands and Highlands, by Arthur Gaye, Gentleman’s Magazine
  4. Macaulay at Home, by W. Fraser Rae, Temple Bar
  5. John Bright and Quakerism, by an ex-Quaker, Macmillan's Magazine
  6. Saint-Paul du Var, Spectator
  7. Life in California, by Edward Vincent, Spectator
  8. A New Mountain of the Bell, by H. Carrington Bolton, Nature
  9. Cost of Living in Paris and London, Pall Mall Gazette
  10. What the Thames Police have Done, Leisure Hour
  11. The Future of Holland, Economist

Poetry.

Deception, by E. Nesbit, Longman's Magazine
To my Friends, by John Jervis Beresford, Temple Bar
Sweetheart Daisy, by Francis Wynne, Temple Bar
May Memories, by F. W. Bourdillon, Spectator