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No. 2076. — April 5, 1884.Edit

Contents.

  1. Frederick Denison Maurice, by J. Llewelyn Davies, Contemporary Review
  2. The Baby's Grandmother - Part VIII., Blackwood's Magazine
  3. James Hope-Scott, by Francis H. Doyle, Macmillan's Magazine
  4. Phœbe, by George Gissing, Temple Bar
  5. Reminiscences of Jamaica - Part III., All The Year Round
  6. Glimpses of the Soudan, All The Year Round
  7. The Exile in Siberia, by P. Krapotkine, Fortnightly Review
  8. A Vendetta, Nineteenth Century
  9. The Fabric of Westminster Abbey, Times
  10. The Epitaph on the Countess of Pembroke, by Thomas Tyler, Academy

Poetry.

"My lamp hath burned out, drop by drop, alone", by Louis Bouilhet, translated by John Addington Symonds, Academy
Mirage, All The Year Round
Love Lights, by B. C.
In a Gondola, by H. C. P., Temple Bar


No. 2077. — April 12, 1884.Edit

Contents.

  1. Contemporary Life and Thought in France, by G. Monod, Contemporary Review
  2. The Baby's Grandmother - Part IX., Blackwood's Magazine
  3. A Fortnight in French Cochin China and Cambodgia, by Harris, National Review
  4. A Renegade - Part I., by E. L., Macmillan's Magazine
  5. Mr. Hayward, by T. H. S. Escott, Fortnightly Review
  6. The Life of Lord Lytton, Blackwood's Magazine
  7. Frederick Denison Maurice, Spectator
  8. Charles Stuart Calverley, Spectator
  9. Greek Fire, Knowledge

Poetry.

Lord, Thou art Great, Golden Hours
A Pictured Meeting, by Bessie Dill, Belgravia
What the Fathers Found, Fortnightly Review
What the Sons Find, Fortnightly Review


No. 2078. — April 19, 1884.Edit

Contents.

  1. Richard Doyle, Painter and Humorist, Month
  2. Beauty and the Beast - Part II., by Sarah Tytler, author of "Citoyenne Jacqueline," "Lady Bell," etc., Good Words
  3. About Old and New Novels, by Karl Hillebrand, Contemporary Review
  4. Valentine's Day, Argosy
  5. A Social Study of our Oldest Colonie - Part I., Macmillan's Magazine
  6. A Sequel to "Rich Men's Dwellings", National Review
  7. Papal Poets, Saturday Review
  8. The Axioms of Geometry, by O. Henrici, Nature
  9. The Late F. D. Maurice, Spectator
  10. Italy after the Resumption, Economist
  11. The Mechanical Theory of Magnetism, Nature
  12. Greek Brigand and Village Superstitions, Gentleman's Magazine

Poetry.

Songs sent South, by M. M. M., Good Words
Aysgarth, by J. Arthur Binns, Spectator

No. 2079. — April 26, 1884.Edit

Contents.

  1. Anthony Trollope, Westminster Review
  2. Beauty and the Beast - Part III., by Sarah Tytler, author of "Citoyenne Jacqueline," "Lady Bell," etc., Good Words
  3. Machiavelli, by P. F. Willert, Fortnightly Review
  4. The Baby's Grandmother - Part X., Blackwood's Magazine
  5. A Pilgrimage to Selborne, by T. E. Kebbel, Longman's Magazine
  6. Temples and Worshippers in Japan, by Henry W. Lucy, Temple Bar
  7. The Wells of the Desert, St. James's Gazette

Poetry.

Sir William Douglas, All The Year Round
Swing-Song, by Roden Noel, Good Words
The Rose and the Poppy, by W., Spectator

Miscellany.

Official Mourning in China


No. 2080. — May 3, 1884.Edit

Contents.

  1. Historic London, by Frederick Harrison, Macmillan's Magazine
  2. The Baby's Grandmother - Part XI., Blackwood's Magazine
  3. Christopher North, National Review
  4. A Renegade - Part II., by E. L., Macmillan's Magazine
  5. Preachers of the Day, Temple Bar
  6. King John of Abyssinia, by E. A. de Cosson, Nineteenth Century
  7. Indians of Guiana, Athenæum
  8. Poisonous Reptiles and Insects of India - Part I., All The Year Round
  9. An Ancient Manuscript, Contemporary Review
  10. The Italian in Life and on the Stage, Saturday Review

Poetry.

My Wasted Youth, by E. R. Chapman, Blackwood's Magazine
Lyrics from the German, translated by Herman Merivale, Spectator
A Perfect Day, All The Year Round


No. 2081. — May 10, 1884.Edit

Contents.

  1. The Monastic Knights, London Quarterly Review
  2. Beauty and the Beast - Part IV., by Sarah Tytler, author of "Citoyenne Jacqueline," "Lady Bell," etc., Good Words
  3. An Idle Hour in my Study, Blackwood's Magazine
  4. Bourgonef - Part I., Blackwood's Magazine
  5. A Social Study of our Oldest Colonie - Part II., Macmillan's Magazine
  6. A Hampshire Trout, National Review
  7. Heine's Reminiscences of his Father, Pall Mall Gazelle
  8. The Removal of the Pope from Rome, Economist
  9. Hampstead Heath, Chambers' Journal
  10. The Trade in Modern Antiquities, British Trade Journal

Poetry.

Among the Daisies, by Helen Atteridge, Chambers' Journal
Wood Sorrel, by C. B., Temple Bar
The Soudan, by Emily Pfeiffer, Academy
In Memoriam the Duke of Albany, by William Watson, Academy


No. 2082. — May 17, 1884.Edit

Contents.

  1. Euripides as a Religious Teacher, by Brooke F. Westcott, Contemporary Review
  2. Beauty and the Beast - Part V., by Sarah Tytler, author of "Citoyenne Jacqueline," "Lady Bell," etc., Good Words
  3. Frederick Denison Maurice, by Canon Farrar, Fortnightly Review
  4. Bourgonef - Part II., Blackwood's Magazine
  5. The Bloody Assizes, by Alex. Charles Ewald, Gentleman's Magazine
  6. Madame Tallien, Temple Bar
  7. The Proposed Monument to Coligny, Saturday Review

Poetry.

Patience, All The Year Round
Yearning, All The Year Round
In the Fold, by Arthur Clive, Sunday Magazine
To Matthew Arnold in America, by F. W. B., Spectator

Miscellany.

Anatomy of Panic, Lancet


No. 2083. — May 24, 1884.Edit

Contents.

  1. Luther and Recent Criticism, by John Tulloch, Nineteenth Century
  2. Bourgonef - Part III., Blackwood's Magazine
  3. Salvini, by W. E. Henley, National Review
  4. Beauty and the Beast - Part VI., by Sarah Tytler, author of "Citoyenne Jacqueline," "Lady Bell," etc., Good Words
  5. The Arundel Society, by W. H. Gregory, Nineteenth Century
  6. A Silesian Love Story, by the author of "The Garden of Eden", Temple Bar
  7. City Churches, Saturday Review
  8. The Ballad of the Midnight Sun, 1883, by Harriet Eleanor Hamilton King, Contemporary Review

Poetry.

"Mirage", Punch
Birth of Summer, by Mary Harrison, Sunday Magazine
A Waking Dream, by John Addington Symonds, Academy
The Ballad of the Midnight Sun, 1883, by Harriet Eleanor Hamilton King, Contemporary Review

Miscellany.

Wood and Tile Pavements, Iron

No. 2084. — May 31, 1884.Edit

Contents.

  1. Scotland in the Eighteenth Century - 1707 - Part II., Scottish Review
  2. The Baby's Grandmother - Part XII., Blackwood's Magazine
  3. Personal Recollections of Leopold, Duke of Albany, by Frederick W. H. Myers, Fortnightly Review
  4. Beauty and the Beast - Part VII., by Sarah Tytler, author of "Citoyenne Jacqueline," "Lady Bell," etc., Good Words
  5. Old Mortality, by Robert Louis Stevenson, Longman's Magazine
  6. Chinese Palæontology, by Robert K. Douglas, Nature
  7. Poisonous Reptiles and Insects of India - Part II., All The Year Round
  8. On the Formation of Starch in Leaves, by H. Marshall Ward, Nature
  9. Virginia, All The Year Round
  10. Welbeck Abbey, Forestry
  11. Letters of Charles Lamb, Athenæum

Poetry.

The Catacombs, Golden Hours
The Fashionable Flower, Punch
Sonnets of Praise, by M. P., Chambers' Journal
The Vales
The Mountains


No. 2085. — June 7, 1884.Edit

Contents.

  1. Cardinal Newman, by Richard H. Hutton, Contemporary Review
  2. The Baby's Grandmother - Part XIII., Blackwood's Magazine
  3. The Mad Czar, Temple Bar
  4. An Episode of Circle Valley, by F. S. D., Macmillan's Magazine
  5. The Courts of Three Presidents: Thiers, MacMahon, Grevy, Temple Bar
  6. In A Great Town Hospital, by F. P. Verney, Macmillan's Magazine
  7. "John Bull et son Ile" in the Sixteenth Century, Spectator
  8. The Juggernaut, Peoples of the World
  9. Irish Love and Laughter, Spectator
  10. The Sources of the Jordan, Quiver

Poetry.

A Spring Song, Golden Hours
April Sweetness, by Sully Prudhomme, translated by I. O. L., Academy
The Prayer of Socrates, by John Stuart Blackie, Good Words
If, All The Year Round

Miscellany.

Nasik


No. 2086. — June 14, 1884.Edit

Contents.

  1. The Chronicle of James I. of Aragon, Edinburgh Review
  2. Mary Abbot's Tryst, by Katherine S. Macquoid, Belgravia
  3. Frederick Denison Maurice, by J. Henry Shorthouse, Nineteenth Century
  4. Interlopers at the Knap, by Thomas Hardy, English Illustrated Magazine
  5. Some Neglected Periods of History, by Edward A. Freeman, Contemporary Review
  6. Possibilities of Ballooning, by Fred. Burnaby, Fortnightly Review
  7. The Princess Alice, Spectator
  8. The Original Americans, Spectator

Poetry.

The Robin, All The Year Round
Blackthorn, All The Year Round
Two Pictures of G. F. Watts, R.A., by Emily Pfeiffer, Academy


No. 2087. — June 21, 1884.Edit

Contents.

  1. James Hope-Scott, Quarterly Review
  2. A Mysterious Dwelling, Temple Bar
  3. Fashionable Philosophy, Blackwood's Magazine
  4. Henry Greville's Diary, Temple Bar
  5. Moonlight and Floods, by Clementia Black, Belgravia
  6. Arminius Vambery, All The Year Round
  7. Dr. Goodford, Academy
  8. Earthquakes in England, All The Year Round
  9. Wild Flowers of Irish Speech, by Milesian, Spectator
  10. Five Letters of Pope, Athenæum
  11. The Abandonment of Wind-Power, Chambers' Journal
  12. The Coins of Venice, Antiquary

Poetry.

The Solitary Singer, Chambers' Journal
Quits!, Chambers' Journal
Sonnet to Leigh Hunt, by Mary Cowden-Clarke, Athenæum
'Twixt May and June, Good Words

Miscellany.

A Peep at Ghent, Gardener's Magazine


No. 2088. — June 28, 1884.Edit

Contents.

  1. Frederick Denison Maurice, by Julia Wedgwood, British Quarterly Review
  2. The Baby's Grandmother - Part XIV., Blackwood's Magazine
  3. The Princess Alice's Letters, by Mary Gladstone, Contemporary Review
  4. Beauty and the Beast - Part VIII., by Sarah Tytler, author of "Citoyenne Jacqueline," "Lady Bell," etc., Good Words
  5. "Italia Redenta", by Alfred Austin, National Review
  6. Instruction in Geography, Spectator
  7. Wharton's "Commentaries", London Literary World
  8. Tennyson on "The Princess", Academy

Poetry.

Two Mediæval Student Songs, Carmina Burana
Before Sailing, All The Year Round