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No. 1907. — January 1, 1881.Edit

Contents.

  1. The Marshal Duke of Saldanha, Quarterly Review
  2. Girl and Grandfather, Temple Bar
  3. Village Life in New England, by A Non-Resident American, Contemporary Review
  4. My Holiday in Jamaica - Part III., Chamber's Journal
  5. Lyme Regis; a Splinter of Petrified History, Cornhill Magazine
  6. The Photophone, Spectator
  7. Sir Alexander Cockburn, Spectator
  8. Jewish Success and Failure, Spectator

Poetry.

Old Letters, All The Year Round
The Violet's Grave, by Vicortai, translated from the Sicilian
Summer Eve, by Vicortai, translated from the Sicilian
A Dedication, by Vicortai, translated from the Sicilian
Felix, Felix ter Quarterque!, by Vicortai, translated from the Sicilian
Reflected Heaven, by Vicortai, translated from the Sicilian
Summer in Winter, by Vicortai, translated from the Sicilian
November Days, by Shakespeare


No. 1908. — January 8, 1881.Edit

Contents.

  1. The Unity of Nature - Part IV., by George Campbell, the Duke of Argyll, Contempory Review
  2. Fina's Aunt - Part I., Cornhill Magazine
  3. Rambles among Books, Cornhill Magazine
  4. A Forgotten Hero, by Annie Walker, Fraser's Magazine
  5. My Faithful Johnny - Part III., Cornhill Magazine
  6. A Visit to the Oldest State in Europe, by J. Theodore Bent, Fraser's Magazine
  7. American Prosperity, Spectator
  8. Wordsworth the Man, Spectator
  9. The Isle of Man, Spectator

Poetry.

The Fugitives, by Vicortai, translated from the Sicilian
Serenade, by Vicortai, translated from the Sicilian

Miscellany.

Tribunals of Birds
Natural Spread of the Apple-Tree in South America


No. 1909. — January 15, 1881.Edit

Contents.

  1. Sheridan, Temple Bar
  2. My Faithful Johnny - Part III., Cornhill Magazine
  3. An Autumn Ramble, by F. P. Verney, Contemporary Review
  4. Visited on the Children - Part VI., All The Year Round
  5. A Large Crater, by Prof. John Mime, F.G.S., Japan, Popular Science Review
  6. Charles Kingsley as a Fisherman, Gentleman's Magazine
  7. New Guinea, by Alfred R. Wallace, Nature
  8. Mme. Thiers, Pall Mall Gazette
  9. A Jewish Cemetery, Jewish World
  10. The Influence of a Tuning-Fork on the Garden Spider, by C. V. Boys, Nature

Poetry.

One Daisy and Two Violets, by Alexander Anderson, Fraser's Magazine
Unspoken Love, by E. T. C., Temple Bar


No. 1910. — January 22, 1881.Edit

Contents.

  1. Saint-Simon's Parallel of Three Kings, Edinburgh Review
  2. Fina's Aunt - Part II., Cornhill Magazine
  3. Winter Sports and Pleasures, Blackwood's Magazine
  4. Visited on the Children - Part VII., All The Year Round
  5. Lord Edward Fitzgerald, Temple Bar
  6. "About Being Well-Informed", by Tom Balbus, Spectator
  7. On Shaking Hands, Golden Hours
  8. The Death of Anaxagoras, by William Canton, Contemporary Review

Poetry.

The Death of the Year, All The Year Round
Before the Daybreak, by F. W. B., Spectator
Songs of the Sciences – Zoology, Punch
Love-Test, by Vicortai, translated from the Sicilian
The Death of Anaxagoras, by William Canton, Contemporary Review

Miscellany.

Chinese Artillerymen, Overland China Mail

No. 1911. — January 29, 1881.Edit

Contents.

  1. The Prophetic Power of Poetry, by J. C. Shairp, Fraser's Magazine
  2. Fina's Aunt - Part III., Cornhill Magazine
  3. The Unity of Nature - Part V., by George Campbell, the Duke of Argyll, Contempory Review
  4. Don John - Part I., by Jean Ingelow, Day of Rest
  5. A Day With a War Balloon, by Henry Elsdale, Nineteenth Century
  6. Suwarrow, Temple Bar
  7. Bird-Lore, Chambers' Journal
  8. George Eliot, Spectator

Poetry.

To an Old Coat, by Pierre-Jean de Béranger, translated from the French by F. Doyle, Cornhill Magazine
A Voice from the Bastille, by Quéret-Démery, translated from the French by J. M'Reath, Fraser's Magazine
Night, by Walter Baxendale, Sunday Magazine
The Edel-Weiss, by Dora Greenwell, Good Words

No. 1912. — February 5, 1881.Edit

Contents.

  1. Benvenuto Cellini, Blackwood's Magazine
  2. Visited on the Children - Part VIII., All The Year Round
  3. Folk Lullabies, by Evelyn Carrington, Fraser's Magazine
  4. The Freres - Part I., by Mrs. Alexander, Temple Bar
  5. Prehistoric Science en Fete, Fraser's Magazine
  6. The Ants as Farmers, Spectator
  7. Suicidal Mania, by Wm. Knighton, Contemporary Review
  8. George Eliot's Early Life, Pall Mall Gazette
  9. An Apostle of the Social Revolution, Pall Mall Gazette

Poetry.

Geist's Grave, by Matthew Arnold, Fortnightly Review
"The Shadowed Magic-Lantern Pictures Shone", by M. W. M., Spectator


No. 1913. — February 12, 1881.Edit

Contents.

  1. Emperor Alexander's Reforms, by O. K., Fraser's Magazine
  2. The Freres - Part II., by Mrs. Alexander, author of "The Wooing O't", Temple Bar
  3. A Glimpse at Newfoundland, by Dunraven, Nineteenth Century
  4. Illouscha. A Shadow of Russian Life, by Smirnov, Temple Bar
  5. Plutarch and the Unconscious Christianity of the First Two Centuries, by Julia Wedgwood, Contemporary Review
  6. Story Of Queen Louise of Prussia, Chambers' Journal
  7. Frank Buckland, Pall Mall Gazette

Poetry.

An Old Song, All The Year Round
Sympathy: a Sonnet, by A. B., Fraser's Magazine
Love-Song, St. James's Magazine

Miscellany.

Russia in 1670, Antiquary

No. 1914. — February 19, 1881.Edit

Contents.

  1. Jacob van Arteveld, the Brewer of Ghent, Edinburgh Review
  2. Visited on the Children - Part IX., All The Year Round
  3. The Invincible Armada, by Alex. Charles Ewald, Gentleman's Magazine
  4. Don John - Part II., by Jean Ingelow, Day of Rest
  5. Haroun Alraschid, Spectator
  6. An Apology for the Snow, Spectator
  7. The Plane-Tree, Hardwicke's Science Gossip
  8. The Storm, 1881, by H. M., All The Year Round

Poetry.

Ancestral Portraits, by M. I., Chambers' Journal
Outdoor Sonnets, Blackwood's Magazine
The Storm, 1881, by H. M., All The Year Round


No. 1915. — February 26, 1881.Edit

No. 1916. — March 5, 1881.Edit

Contents.

  1. The Unity of Nature - Part VI., by George Campbell, the Duke of Argyll, Contempory Review
  2. Don John - Part IV., by Jean Ingelow, Day of Rest
  3. Village Life of George Eliot, by T. E. Kebbel, Contemporary Review
  4. The Freres - Part III., by Mrs. Alexander, author of "The Wooing O't", Temple Bar
  5. Notes on "Endymion", by Lord Houghton, Fortnightly Review
  6. Mr. Frank Buckland, by Spencer Walpole, Macmillan's Magazine
  7. Curling, Pall Mall Gazette

Poetry.

Et tu in Arcadia Vixisti, by R. L. Stevenson, Cornhill Magazine
"The Cow Low'd Sadly o'er the Distant Gate", by Chas. Tennyson Turner
"At Dawn he Marks the Smoke among the Trees", by Chas. Tennyson Turner


No. 1917. — March 12, 1881.Edit

Contents.

  1. Trollope's "Life of Cicero", Blackwood's Magazine
  2. The Freres - Part IV., by Mrs. Alexander, author of "The Wooing O't", Temple Bar
  3. George Eliot, Blackwood's Magazine
  4. Don John - Part V., by Jean Ingelow, Day of Rest
  5. Mr. Carlyle, by James MacDonell, London Times
  6. Candor versus Courtesy, Golden Hours

Poetry.

Learn of the Dog, by Emily Pfeiffer, Spectator
Outdoor Sonnets, Blackwood's Magazine
Gone Away, All The Year Round


No. 1918. — March 19, 1881.Edit

Contents.

  1. La Rochefoucauld, by E. S. Dallas, Nineteenth Century
  2. Visited on the Children - Part XI., All The Year Round
  3. George Eliot, Cornhill Magazine
  4. Don John - Part VI., by Jean Ingelow, Day of Rest
  5. Graffiti or Wall-Scribblings, Chambers' Journal
  6. The Woods in Winter, Saturday Review
  7. American Literature and Boston Literature, St. James's Gazette
  8. Hawk-Catching in Holland, Graphic
  9. The Talmud and the Bible, Jewish Chronicle

Poetry.

Wind Fantasies, by Erica, Spectator
In the Mirror, All the Year Round


No. 1919. — March 26, 1881.Edit

Contents.

  1. The Progress of Shipbuilding in England, Westminster Review
  2. Visited on the Children - Part XII., All The Year Round
  3. Voltaire and Shakespeare, Cornhill Magazine
  4. Don John - Part VII., by Jean Ingelow, Day of Rest
  5. Singular Connection between Dust and Fogs, Chambers' Journal
  6. Effects of Frosts and Thaws upon Plants, Chambers' Journal

Poetry.

A Thrush's Song, All The Year Round
To Jenny, by Victor Hugo, translated from the French by E. H. Hickey, Academy
Blighted, by J. C. H.