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Littell's Living Age
Volume 155

No. 1998. — October 7, 1882.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Some Impressions of the United States - Part II., by Edward A. Freeman, Fortnightly Review
  2. Robin - Part XVI., by Mrs. Parr, author of "Adam and Eve", Temple Bar
  3. Lieutenant-Colonel Patrick Ferguson, a Career of the American Revolution, Blackwood's Magazine
  4. The Ladies Lindores - Part X., by Mrs. Oliphant, Blackwood's Magazine
  5. Indian Society, Temple Bar
  6. Moslem Pirates in the Mediterranean, Cornhill Magazine
  7. An American in England Forty Years Ago, Saturday Review
  8. The "Eira" Expedition, Nature
  9. Snake-Charmers, Field

Poetry.

To Virgil, by Alfred Tennyson, Nineteenth Century
Two Years After, by Joseph Truman, Macmillan's Magazine


No. 1999. — October 14, 1882.[edit]

Contents.

  1. The Lights of "Maga" - Part III., Blackwood's Magazine
  2. No New Things - Part VI., Cornhill Magazine
  3. Great Men's Relatives, Cornhill Magazine
  4. The Ladies Lindores - Part XI., by Mrs. Oliphant, Blackwood's Magazine
  5. Elizabeth Stuart, Queen of Bohemia - Part II., by H. Schutz Wilson, Modern Review
  6. The Analysis of Humor, by H. D. Trail, Fortnightly Review
  7. A Venetian Medley - Part I., by J. A. Symonds, Fraser's Magazine
  8. Researches in my Pockets, Temple Bar
  9. The Heroine of a Fishing Village, St. James' Gazette
  10. Whitehall, Past and Future, Cornhill Magazine

Poetry.

Three Sonnets of Camoens, translated by Richard F. Burton
"Eu cantarei de amor tao docemente"
"Na metade do Ceo subido ardia"
"Que levas, cruel morte? Hum claro dia"
Love and Vision, by A. Mary F. Robinson, Athæneum

Miscellany.

The Voice of Lizards


No. 2000. — October 21, 1882.[edit]

Contents.

  1. The Literary Restoration, 1790-1830, Cornhill Magazine
  2. The Baroness Helena von Saarfeld, by J. Henry Shorthouse, Macmillan's Magazine
  3. Rachel, Blackwood's Magazine
  4. Robin - Part XVII., by Mrs. Parr, author of "Adam and Eve", Temple Bar
  5. A Venetian Medley - Part II., by J. A. Symonds, Fraser's Magazine
  6. Historical Cookery, Fraser's Magazine
  7. "Fanaticism" in the East, Spectator
  8. The Welcome of an Inn, Saturday Review
  9. Moonstruck, Sunday at Home

Poetry.

Bindweed, All The Year Round
Poppies, by Hamilton Aide
A Conquest, by W. H. Pollock

Miscellany.

Tunnel Under the Elbe


No. 2001. — October 28, 1882.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Natural Selection and Natural Theology, by Eustace R. Conder, Contemporary Review
  2. No New Things - Part VII., Cornhill Magazine
  3. George Eliot's Children, by Annie Matheson, Macmillan's Magazine
  4. The Cure's Sister - Part I., by F. E. M. Notley, author of "Olive Vacroe", Argosy
  5. Lost Love: a Lothian Tale, by James Purves, Fraser's Magazine
  6. Foreign Birds and English Poets, by Phil. Robinson, Contemporary Review
  7. A Visit to Delphi, Cornhill Magazine
  8. "Phie" and "Boz", Spectator

Poetry.

In October, by Susan K. Phillips, Macmillan's Magazine
Ad Musam, by Gerrard Lewis, Temple Bar
At Eventide, by A. J. P.
Dreams, by Walter Herries Pollock, Temple Bar
Lift thine Eyes, by John W. Hales, Spectator

Miscellany.

Adulteration in the Olden Time, Country Brewer's Gazette
A Giant Bird


No. 2002. — November 4, 1882.[edit]

Contents.

  1. The Expansion of England in the Eighteenth Century, by J. R. Seeley, Macmillan's Magazine
  2. Robin - Part XVIII., by Mrs. Parr, author of "Adam and Eve", Temple Bar
  3. Comets, by R. A. Proctor, Contemporary Review
  4. The Ladies Lindores - Part XII., by Mrs. Oliphant, Blackwood's Magazine
  5. Personal Reminiscences of General Scobeleff, by W. Kinnaird Rose, Fortnightly Review
  6. A Glimpse of Mexico, by F. Francis, Nineteenth Century
  7. The Puritan Element in Longfellow, British Quarterly Review
  8. American Novels - Part I., London Times

Poetry.

A Midway Milestone, All The Year Round

Miscellany.

Giagantic Australian Trees


No. 2003. — November 11, 1882.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Miss Edgeworth - Part I., Cornhill Magazine
  2. The Ladies Lindores - Part XIII., by Mrs. Oliphant, Blackwood's Magazine
  3. English: its Ancestors, its Progeny - Part I., by Jennett Humphreys, Fraser's Magazine
  4. Robin - Part XIX., by Mrs. Parr, author of "Adam and Eve", Temple Bar
  5. Mr. Morley's Valedictory, Fortnightly Review
  6. Shakespeare on Death, Spectator
  7. American Novels - Part II., London Times
  8. Patriotic Poetry, by A. W. Ward, Macmillan's Magazine
  9. Ovid, an Apologia, Temple Bar

Poetry.

Love-Song, All The Year Round
Songless, by R. W. Bond, Chambers' Journal
Sonnet, All The Year Round


No. 2004. — November 18, 1882.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Shelley and Mary, Edinburgh Review
  2. What makes People to Live, by Count Leon Tolstoy, translated by O. K., Fraser's Magazine
  3. The Poetry of Mrs. E. B. Browning, Westminster Review
  4. English: its Ancestors, its Progeny - Part II., by Jennett Humphreys, Fraser's Magazine
  5. Miss Mitford, Athenæum
  6. Card-Stories, Chambers' Journal
  7. The French in Madagascar, Spectator
  8. Economy, Queen
  9. Mr. Gladstone at Home, Our Own Country
  10. Urbs Roma Vale! - Part II., by J. P. M., Blackwood's Magazine

Poetry.

Song, All The Year Round
Two Epitaphs, by Charles W. Stubbs, Spectator
Latin Version of Toplady's "Rock of Ages", by W. E. Gladstone, Spectator
Urbs Roma Vale! - Part II., by J. P. M., Blackwood's Magazine

Miscellany.

The Foundation of Alexandria, Cassell's Illustrated Universal History


No. 2005. — November 25, 1882.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Henry Erskine and his Times, Quarterly Review
  2. The Story of James Barker. A Tale of the Congo Coast - Part I., Blackwood's Magazine
  3. Some Points in American Speech and Customs - Part I., by Edward A. Freeman, Longman's Magazine
  4. Six Weeks in Sorrento and Ischia - Before the Earthquake, Golden Hours
  5. The Last of the Georges, Temple Bar
  6. What Makes Literature Popular?, Spectator
  7. Living Chess, All The Year Round
  8. Rolling-Stone Rambles, Spectator

Poetry.

Sonnets from the Channel, by Theodore Watts, Athenæum
Vignette, All The Year Round
A Lesson to the British Lion, Punch
An Epitaph without a Name, by Aubrey de Vere, The Month


No. 2006. — December 2, 1882.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Mozley's Reminiscences, Edinburgh Review
  2. The Ladies Lindores - Part XIV., by Mrs. Oliphant, Blackwood's Magazine
  3. False Coin in Sacred Hermeneutics, Blackwood's Magazine
  4. Some Aspects of American Public Life, by James Bryce, Fortnightly Review
  5. No New Things - Part VIII., Cornhill Magazine
  6. American Perfumes, Queen

Poetry.

The Tapestry-Worker, by Margaret Scott Macritchie, Sunday Magazine
Waiting, by R. S. W., Golden Hours


No. 2007. — December 9, 1882.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Lucius Carey, Lord Falkland, by Carnarvon, Fortnightly Review
  2. The Ladies Lindores - Part XV., by Mrs. Oliphant, Blackwood's Magazine
  3. Miss Edgeworth - Part I., Cornhill Magazine
  4. The Cure's Sister - Part II., by F. E. M. Notley, author of "Olive Vacroe", Argosy
  5. The Decay of Literature, Cornhill Magazine
  6. Back from the Road, by J. E. Panton, Cornhill Magazine
  7. No New Things - Part IX., Cornhill Magazine
  8. The Latest Wonder of Antwerp, by Marcella F. Wilkins, Argosy
  9. St. Bernards, St. James' Gazette

Poetry.

Hidden, not Lost, by Mary Harrison, Sunday Magazine
Primroses, by Alfred Austin

Miscellany.

A Sliding Mountain in Oregon, Scientific American

No. 2008. — December 16, 1882.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Ten Years of Italian Progress, Quarterly Review
  2. No New Things - Part X., Cornhill Magazine
  3. Egyptian Dervishes, by C. F. Gordon Cumming, Gentleman's Magazine
  4. Sketches from the Dutch Seaside, Blackwood's Magazine
  5. A Gossip on Romance, by R. L. Stevenson, Longman's Magazine
  6. The Story of James Barker. A Tale of the Congo Coast - Part II., Blackwood's Magazine
  7. Baghdad on the Queen's Birthday, Blackwood's Magazine
  8. George Herbert's Church, St. James' Gazette

Poetry.

Menelaus, by O. Ogle, Spectator
On the October Snowstorm of 1880


No. 2009. — December 23, 1882.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Superstition in Arcady, by Augustus Jessopp, Nineteenth Century
  2. Gels Lapin, All The Year Rou
  3. The Norway Fjords, by J. A. Froude, Longman's Magazine
  4. Jewish Tales and Jewish Reform, Blackwood's Magazine
  5. Resemblances in Literature, Blackwood's Magazine
  6. The Unpopularity of Clough, Spectator
  7. The Vice of Promiscuous Charity, Queen

Poetry.

On an Invalid, by F. W. H. Myers
November, by A. H. B., Chambers' Journal
The Dirge of the Leaves, by J. H. M., Chambers' Journal


No. 2010. — December 30, 1882.[edit]

Contents.

  1. Ants, Church Quarterly Review
  2. No New Things - Part XI., Cornhill Magazine
  3. Charles Dickens, by Mowbray Morris, Fortnightly Review
  4. The Ladies Lindores - Part XVI., by Mrs. Oliphant, Blackwood's Magazine
  5. Professor Clerk Maxwell, Spectator
  6. Immortality without God, Spectator
  7. Animal Partnerships, English Mechanic

Poetry.

An Autumn Morning, by C. B.
A Ghost, by Fanny Wheeler Hart, the author of "Mrs. Jerningham's Journal", Longman's Magazine
Adverse Criticism, by I., Spectator