Littell's Living Age/Volume 131/Issue 1696

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LITTELL'S LIVING AGE.



Fifth Series,
Volume XVI.
No. 1696. — December 16, 1876. From Beginning
Vol. CXXXI.


CONTENTS.
I. Fermentation, and Its Bearings on the Phenomena of Disease. By Professor Tyndall, Fortnightly Review, 643
II. What She Came Through. By Sarah Tytler, author of "Lady Bell," etc., Part XXII., Good Words, 658
III. The Astronomy of the Future. A Speculation, Fraser’s Magazine, 667
IV. Cinderella, Argosy, 672
V. The Life of the Prince Consort, Quarterly Review, 680
VI. The New-Found Enemies of Man, Spectator, 697
VII. The Sea of Ancient Ice, Academy, 700
VIII. Erckmann-Chatrian. By Edmond About, Athenæum, 702
IX. On the Shelf, Literal Review, 703
POETRY.
The Night Cometh, 642  Two Songs. From the German of
Heine,
642
Psalm CXLVIII., 642