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No. 1933. — July 2, 1881.Edit

Contents.

  1. On some National Characteristics of European Society, by Karl Hillebrand, Contemporary Review
  2. The Freres - Part XIII., by Mrs. Alexander, author of "The Wooing O't", Temple Bar
  3. A Last Word on Disraeli, Contemporary Review
  4. Mattie: the History of an Evening, Blackwood's Magazine
  5. The Wit and Humor of Lord Beaconsfield, by Walter Sidney Sichel, Macmillan's Magazine

Poetry.

Norwegian Sonnets, by J. Logie Robertson, Blackwood's Magazine

Miscellany.

Mind in Work, Lancet
Bucharest Earthquake


No. 1934. — July 9, 1881.Edit

Contents.

  1. The Revision of the New Testament, by Theodore Walrond, Macmillan's Magazine
  2. The Shut-up Houses - Part I., by Isabella Fyvie Mayo, author of "The Occupations of a Retired Life," "The Mystery of Dr. Hardy's Marriage," etc., Argosy
  3. Sir Henry Taylor on Carlyle's "Reminiscences, by Henry Taylor, Nineteenth Century
  4. The Visions of Sane Persons, by Francis Galton, Fortnightly Review
  5. A Japanese Bride, by M. Betham-Edwards, the author of "Kitty", Fraser's Magazine
  6. "Boycotted", by W. Bence Jones, Contemporary Review
  7. A Pilgrimage to Cyprus In 1395-6, by J. Theodore Bent, Fraser's Magazine

Poetry.

On a June Morning, by A. H. B., Chambers' Journal
Love and Pain, by U. A. T., Cornhill Magazine
"I hold that day apart from all my days", by W. A. Sim, Fraser's Magazine

Miscellany.

Superstition in Japan, by W. H. Patterson


No. 1935. — July 16, 1881.Edit

Contents.

  1. The Unity of Nature - Part X., by George Campbell, the Duke of Argyll, Contempory Review
  2. The Shut-up Houses - Part II., by Isabella Fyvie Mayo, author of "The Occupations of a Retired Life," "The Mystery of Dr. Hardy's Marriage," etc., Argosy
  3. In Umbria, by Vernon Lee, Fraser's Magazine
  4. Mere Chatter, Temple Bar
  5. Personal Reminiscences of Lord Stratford and the Crimean War - Part I., by James Henry Skene, author of "Frontier Lands of the Christian and the Turk," "Rambles in Syrian Deserts," etc., Temple Bar
  6. The Intelligence of Ants - Part I., by George J. Romanes, Nineteenth Century
  7. The Arabs of the Desert, Spectator
  8. The Small Squires of a Century Since, Spectator
  9. A Squire's Note-Book in the Seventeenth Century, Saturday Review

Poetry.

Longings, by Sarah Doudney, Sunday magazine
A Plea, by Emily Pfeiffer, Spectator
Garnered, by Rea, Cassell's Magazine

Miscellany.

Charles Edward Stuart, Count d'Albanie, Illustrated London News


No. 1936. — July 23, 1881.Edit

Contents.

  1. A Talk about Odes, Blackwood's Magazine
  2. How She Told a Lie, by Dinah Craik, the author of "John Halifax, Gentleman,", Sunday Magazine
  3. Richelieu, by Walter Herries Pollock, Temple Bar
  4. Hindu Households, by W. Knighton, Fortnightly Review
  5. My Poor Little Kite, by Adrien Robert, translated from the French by Mrs. W. E. Latimer
  6. Among the Dictionaries, Cornhill Magazine
  7. Consolations, Fraser's Magazine

Poetry.

An Old Song, by Lydia Hope, Sunday Magazine
The Wye, by George Woosung Wade, Chambers' Journal

Miscellany.

Decline of the Italian Race, Builder
London Fogs in 1660


No. 1937. — July 30, 1881.Edit

Contents.

  1. The Early Life of Thomas Carlyle, by J. A. Froude, Nineteenth Century
  2. Cousin Felix - Part I., by Beatrice May Allhusen, the author of "Miss Molly," "Delicia," etc., Temple Bar
  3. The Late Governor of Madras, by Alexander Graig Sellar, Fraser's Magazine
  4. The Freres - Part XIV., by Mrs. Alexander, author of "The Wooing O't", Temple Bar
  5. Tunis, Blackwood's Magazine
  6. Sir Walter Scott and his Mother, by John Oldcastle, Good Words
  7. Timoleon, by R. C. Dublin, Macmillan's Magazine

Poetry.

The First English Poet, by William Allingham, Macmillan's Magazine
London Birds, by E. M. Harris
Timoleon, by R. C. Dublin, Macmillan's Magazine


No. 1938. — August 6, 1881.Edit

Contents.

  1. Denmark, by David Wedderburn, Fortnightly Review
  2. In Trust. A Story of a Lady and her Lover - Part I., by Mrs. Oliphant, Fraser's Magazine
  3. Home and Foreign Affairs, Fortnightly Review
  4. The Freres - Part XV., by Mrs. Alexander, author of "The Wooing O't", Temple Bar
  5. Holiday Customs in Italy, by E. M. C., Cornhill Magazine
  6. Notes from a German Village, by W. Steadman Aldis, Contemporary Review
  7. Stray Leaves of History, Temple Bar
  8. The Late Andrew Wilson, Blackwood's Magazine

Poetry.

A Sunflower, by M. B., Macmillan's Magazine
Lords and Ladies, by Somerville Gibney, Tinsley's Magazine

Miscellany.

Condors at Rest, Home Words


No. 1939. — August 13, 1881.Edit

Contents.

  1. Italy; her Home and Foreign Policy, by A. Callenga, Fortnightly Review
  2. In Trust. A Story of a Lady and her Lover - Part II., by Mrs. Oliphant, Fraser's Magazine
  3. Samuel Pepys, by R. L. S., Cornhill Magazine
  4. Cousin Felix - Part II., by Beatrice May Allhusen, the author of "Miss Molly," "Delicia," etc., Temple Bar
  5. Besieged in the Transvaal. The Defense of Standerton - Part I., Blackwood's Magazine
  6. A Siberian Exile Eighty Years Ago, Temple Bar
  7. M. Dufaure, Pall Mall Gazette
  8. The Return of the Jews to Spain, Le Journal des Débats

Poetry.

Nestlings, by F. C. A., Chambers' Journal
The Morning World, by Mrs. Craik
Nightfall, by Harriet Kendall, Chambers' Journal

Miscellany.

The White Alligator


No. 1940. — August 20, 1881.Edit

No. 1941. — August 27, 1881.Edit

Contents.

  1. Madame de Stael: a Study of her Life and Times, Quarterly Review
  2. In Trust. A Story of a Lady and her Lover - Part IV., by Mrs. Oliphant, Fraser's Magazine
  3. Personal Reminiscences of Lord Stratford and the Crimean War - Part II., by James Henry Skene, author of "Frontier Lands of the Christian and the Turk," "Rambles in Syrian Deserts," etc., Temple Bar
  4. The Freres - Part XVI., by Mrs. Alexander, author of "The Wooing O't", Temple Bar
  5. President Garfield, Nineteenth Century

Poetry.

Voices of the Sea
Lines by the Late Dean of Westminster, Spectator
Two Ottoman Poems, Academy
On Autumn, by Gazel of Baqi
Prince Bāyezīd, Son of Sultan Suleymān I., by Gazel of Shayi


No. 1942. — September 3, 1881.Edit

Contents.

  1. Edward Gibbon, Blackwood's Magazine
  2. In Trust. A Story of a Lady and her Lover - Part V., by Mrs. Oliphant, Fraser's Magazine
  3. Walks in England, Quarterly Review
  4. The Freres - Part XVII., by Mrs. Alexander, author of "The Wooing O't", Temple Bar
  5. From the Cambridge Lecture-Rooms: Bonaparte, by J. R. Seeley, Macmillan's Magazine
  6. A Quakers' Graveyard, St. James's Gazette
  7. The Last Journey of Pius IX., St. James's Gazette
  8. A German Cremation Hall, Pall Mall Gazette

Poetry.

The Giver and the Taker, by John G. Whittier
Holidays, Blackwood's Magazine
Lines on a White Cyclamen Brought from Jerusalem, by Sir Francis Hastings Doyle, Bart., late Regius Professor of Poetry at Oxford, Good Words

No. 1943. — September 10, 1881.Edit

Contents.

  1. Florence, Quarterly Review
  2. In Trust. A Story of a Lady and her Lover - Part VI., by Mrs. Oliphant, Fraser's Magazine
  3. Two Theories of Poetry, by Arthur Tilley, Macmillan's Magazine
  4. Sketches and Reminiscences by Ivan Tourgenieff, by C. E. Turner, Macmillan's Magazine
  5. New Aspects of German Life, by E., Pall Mall Gazelle

Poetry.

A Night in June, by Alfred Austin, Macmillan's Magazine
Nightfall, by Mary Rowles, Sunday Magazine


No. 1944. — September 17, 1881.Edit

No. 1945. — September 24, 1881.Edit