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No. 1764. — April 6, 1878.Edit

Contents.

  1. Florence and the Medici - Part II., by J. A. Symonds, Fortnightly Review
  2. "Only Jean", Blackwood's Magazine
  3. Spenser's Irish Rivers, by P. W. Joyce, LL.D., Fraser's Magazine
  4. Erica - Part XVII., translated from the German of Frau von Ingersleben
  5. "Il Re Galantuomo", by James Montgomery Stuart, Macmillan's Magazine
  6. The Three Cities, by W. G. Palgrave, Cornhill Magazine
  7. How Great Men Work, Cornhill Magazine
  8. The Hatred of Individuals for Nations, Spectator

Poetry.

My Wife, by Frederick Locker, Cornhill Magazine
In Pall Mall, Macmillan's Magazine
Long Ago, by J. C. H., Chamber's Journal
I Love Thee, by M. A. Baines, Tinsley's Magazine

No. 1765. — April 13, 1878.Edit

Contents.

  1. Equality, by Matthew Arnold, Fortnightly Review
  2. Erica - Part XVIII., translated from the German of Frau von Ingersleben
  3. The English Language as Spoken and Written, by Francis W. Newman, Contemporary Review
  4. Within the Precincts - Part V., by Mrs. Oliphant, Advance Sheets
  5. On the Decay of Fine Manners, Cornhill Magazine
  6. On Teaching English, by Francis W. Newman, Fraser's Magazine
  7. Madonna Dunya, by Emily Pfeiffer, Contemporary Review
  8. The Last of the Gases, Nature
  9. The Centenary of Voltaire, Pall Mall Gazette
  10. The Use and Abuse of Princes, Tatler
  11. The Green Flag of the Prophet, Chambers' Journal

Poetry.

Two Cities, by Rev. S. Miller Hagerman
A Strange Singer, by Carl Spenser, Spectator
Homeward, by H. M.
Hacia Casa, by C. F. B.
Madonna Dunya, by Emily Pfeiffer, Contemporary Review


No. 1766. — April 20, 1878.Edit

No. 1767. — April 27, 1878.Edit

No. 1768. — May 4, 1878.Edit

Contents.

  1. Russia and India, by George Chesney, Nineteenth Century
  2. Within the Precincts - Part VI., by Mrs. Oliphant, Advance Sheets
  3. The Political Adventures of Lord Beaconsfield - Part I., Fortnightly Review
  4. Erica - Part XXI., translated from the German of Frau von Ingersleben
  5. The Gothic Fragments of Ulfilas, by Stanley Leathes, Macmillan's Magazine
  6. Æs Triplex, by R. L. S., Cornhill Magazine
  7. A Recollection of the Indian Mutiny, by Thomas Farquhar, Sunday at Home
  8. The Pleasures of Mediocrity, Saturday Review
  9. A Fearful Swing, Chambers' Journal
  10. Japanese Fans, Chambers' Journal

Poetry.

When we were Children, by Frederick E. Weatherly, Cassell's Magazine
Irish Song, by Alfred Perceval Graves, Spectator
Love's Calendar, by E. Nesbit, Argosy
"Lead, Kindly Light", by C. S. O., translated into Latin from the English from John Newman, Spectator

Miscellany.

Greek Pronunciation

No. 1769. — May 11, 1878.Edit

No. 1770. — May 18, 1878.Edit

Contents.

  1. Popular Buddhism According to the Chinese Canon, Westminster Review
  2. Second Sight - Part II., by R. L., translated by E. W. Latimer
  3. The Poetry of Doubt - Arnold and Clough, Church Quarterly Review
  4. Macleod of Dare - Part VIII., by William Black, Advance Sheets
  5. Thomas Arnold, D.D., by F. W. Farrar, Macmillan's Magazine
  6. The China-Clay Industry of Cornwall and Devon, by J. H. Collins, F.G.S., Secretary of the Royal Institution of Cornwall, Popular Science Review
  7. Flowers of Anglo-Indian Literature, by H. T. W., St. James's Magazine
  8. The Luxury of Reading Old Novels, Spectator
  9. Courtesy at Home, Saturday Review
  10. The Chinese Reconquest of Eastern Turkestan, Spectator

Poetry.

Two Sonnets, by Louise Chandler Moulton, Macmillan's Magazine
Her Laureate
Hereafter
A Child's Heart, Sunday Magazine
In a Meadow, by Guy Roslyn, Castell's Magazine
A Room, by J. W. Inchbold, Athenæum

Miscellany.

Curious Habits of the Japanese, Scientific American
The Theory of Sleep, British Medical Journal


No. 1771. — May 25, 1878.Edit

Contents.

  1. Lecky's "History of England in the Eighteenth Century", Quarterly Review
  2. Macleod of Dare - Part IX., by William Black, Advance Sheets
  3. From the Quirinal to the Vatican, Macmillan's Magazine
  4. The Comet, by Marie Orm, Argosy
  5. The Apollo Belvedere, by Sidney Colvin, New Quarterly Review
  6. Canossa, by J. A. S., Cornhill Magazine
  7. Retrospective Sympathy, Saturday Review

Poetry.

Sorrow on the Sea, Naval and Military Gazette
Sunset, Chambers' Journal


No. 1772. — June 1, 1878.Edit

No. 1773. — June 8, 1878.Edit

Contents.

  1. Constantinople, British Quarterly Review
  2. Count Waldemar, Cornhill Magazine
  3. Thurot. A Biographical Sketch, by J. K. Laughton, Fraser's Magazine
  4. Russian Court Life in the Eighteenth Century. Catherine Alexiewna I. and Anne Ivanowna, by C. C. J., Temple Bar
  5. Conceit, Examiner
  6. Holidays, Vanity Fair
  7. The Yeoman's Story, Temple Bar

Poetry.

A Fireside Piece, by Heine, translated by Theodore Martin, Blackwood's Magazine
An April Wood, by William Wilson, Spectator
A May-Song, by John Sheehan, Temple Bar
The Yeoman's Story, Temple Bar


No. 1774. — June 15, 1878.Edit

Contents.

  1. The Greatness of the Romans, by Goldwin Smith, Contemporary Review
  2. The Death of the Duke de M—, by E. Daudet, from "The Nabob," translated from the French, Temple Bar
  3. The Political Adventures of Lord Beaconsfield - Part II., Fortnightly Review
  4. The Azores, by R. M. D., Fraser's Magazine
  5. Macleod of Dare - Part X., by William Black, Advance Sheets
  6. Illustrations of the Acts from Recent Discoveries, by Canon Lightfoot, Contemporary Review
  7. The House across the Street, All The Year Round
  8. How to Live on a Reduced Income, Good Words
  9. The Letter "H": a Historical Conjecture, Examiner

Poetry.

Our Future Home: an Easter Hymn, by Dean Stanley, Macmillan's Magazine


No. 1775. — June 22, 1878.Edit

Contents.

  1. Scepticism in Geology, Edinburgh Review
  2. Macleod of Dare - Part XI., by William Black, Advance Sheets
  3. Diderot at Saint Petersburg, by Editor, Fortnightly Review
  4. Within the Precincts - Part VIII., by Mrs. Oliphant, Advance Sheets
  5. Basque Customs, by E. S., Fraser's Magazine
  6. Pictures and Dress, Spectator
  7. Turkish Wives, Pall Mall Gazette
  8. The Microphone, Spectator
  9. The Feast of Lanterns at Canton, Japan Times
  10. Tibet, Spectator

Poetry.

Adieu, Mon Cœur!, by M. E. W. S., Eighteenth Century, Sunday World


No. 1776. — June 29, 1878.Edit

Contents.

  1. Three Scottish Teachers, Edinburgh Review
  2. Within the Precincts - Part IX., by Mrs. Oliphant, Advance Sheets
  3. Louis Borne, by J., Fraser's Magazine
  4. A Doubting Heart - Part I., by Miss Keary, author of "Castle Daly," "Oldbury," etc., Advance Sheets
  5. Idyllic Poetry, by M. W. Moggridge, Macmillan's Magazine
  6. Talking at the Play, Theatre

Poetry.

Love's Burial, by Heine, translated by Theodore Martin, Blackwood's Magazine
Apple-Blossoms, All The Year Round
A Ballad of May, by W. H. Brett, Spectator