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No. 2219. — January 1, 1887.Edit

Contents.

  1. Mobs and Revolutions, by W. W. Knollys, Fortnightly Review
  2. A Secret Inheritance - Part III., by B. L. Farjeon, English Illustrated Magazine
  3. Mrs. John Taylor, of Norwich, by Anne Ritchie, Macmillan's Magazine
  4. A Siege Baby, by J. S. Winter, the author of "Bootle's Baby," etc., English Illustrated Magazine
  5. France as it is and was: Government and Society, by a Parisian, National Review
  6. Mohammedanism in Central Africa, by Joseph Thomson, Contemporary Review
  7. A Pilgrimage to Selborne, by Henry Waring Kidd, Leisure Hour

Poetry.

November at the Lakes, by H. D. Rawnsley, Spectator

Miscellany.

Autumn Song, by Alfred Perceval Graves, Spectator
Left Behind, All The Year Round
To Sleep, by Patrick Proctor Alexander


No. 2220. — January 8, 1887.Edit

Contents.

  1. Sea Phrases, by W. Clark Russell, Contemporary Review
  2. "Unstable as Water", by Amy Layard, Temple Bar
  3. History in Punch - Part II, by F. C. Burnand and Arthur A. Beckett, Fortnightly Review
  4. Extracts From the Diary of a Young Lady - Part II, Argosy
  5. Canon Kingsley as a Naturalist and Country Clergyman, by bis, National Review
  6. Life in the Alleghany Mountains, Macmillan's Magazine
  7. The Modern English Post-Office, by Archibald Granger Bowie, Time
  8. The Late Master of Trinity, by J. S. P., Temple Bar
  9. Napoleon in Tor Bay, Chambers' Journal
  10. Domesday, St. James's Gazette

Poetry.

A Bright Day in November, by J. H., Chambers' Journal
Departed Glory, by Genevieve Irons, Sunday Magazine
A Memory, by Arthur G. Wright, Time
Keepsakes, Macmillan's Magazine

Miscellany.

Epitaph, Notes and Queries
Hours of Labor in Germany, Economist
Jewish and Christian Butchers, Jewish Chronicle


No. 2221. — January 15, 1887.Edit

Contents.

  1. Domesday Survivals, by Isaac Taylor, Contemporary Review
  2. Nancy Dedman, Macmillan's Magazine
  3. Fred. Archer, by Alfred Allison, Time
  4. The Boss of Barangaroo, by A. Werner, Temple Bar
  5. Life at the Scottish Universities, by J. Leys, National Review
  6. Loyalty of the Indian Mohammedans, by W. H. Gregory, Nineteenth Century
  7. Madame Geoffrin, Temple Bar
  8. Dante; Dean Plumptre's Translation, by W. B. Ripon, Contemporary Review
  9. Marie Antoinette at Trianon, by Charles Hervey, Gentleman's Magazine
  10. Just Before Winter, by Richard Jefferies, author of "The Gamekeeper at Home," etc., Chambers' Journal
  11. The Humors of Cork, Spectator
  12. The Palissy of Calico-Printing, by T. E. Thorpe, Nature

Poetry.

The Lingering Look of Love, by Alexander Lamont, Sunday Magazine
Rondeau, by Arthur G. Wright, Time
Autumn, by H. G. Keene
Latet Anguis, by F. W. B., Spectator
"If this poor name of mine", Macmillan's Magazine
After Horace, by Harold A. Perry, National Review

Miscellany.

How Lightning is Kindled, Science for All


No. 2222. — January 22, 1887.Edit

No. 2223. — January 29, 1887.Edit

Contents.

  1. Emin Bey: Gordon's Lieutenant, by J. T. Wills, Fortnightly Review
  2. The Philosopher's Window, by Lady Lindsay, Temple Bar
  3. A Plea for an Old Friend, Temple Bar
  4. Major and Minor - Part I., by W. E. Norris, Good Words
  5. Convicts in Parliament, by E. Strachan Morgan, Time
  6. Sunderland and Sacharissa, Macmillan's Magazine
  7. "Locksley Hall" and the Jubilee, by the Right Hon. W. E. Gladstone, Nineteenth Century

Poetry.

Snow, St. James's Gazette
A City Courtship, by Frederick Langbridge, Spectator
"Brown is my love, but graceful", Songs from Elizabethan Song-Book


No. 2224. — February 5, 1887.Edit

No. 2225. — February 12, 1887.Edit

Contents.

  1. The Present Position of European Politics - Part I., Fortnightly Review
  2. The Land of Darkness - Part II., Blackwood's Magazine
  3. China, by Marquis Tseng, Asiatic Quarterly Review
  4. Some Recollections of Charles Stuart Calverley, Temple Bar
  5. Richard Cable, the Lightshipman - Part I., by Sabine Baring-Gould, the author of "Mehalah," "John Herring," "Court Royal," etc., Chambers' Journal
  6. Jubilee Reigns in England, by Arthur Burney, National Review
  7. Some Narrow Escapes, All The Year Round
  8. Lord Iddesleigh, Spectator
  9. Farm Life in the North a Century Ago, St. James's Gazette
  10. The Progress of Savage Races, Spectator
  11. Ipecacuanha Cultivation in India, Nature

Poetry.

A Frosty Sunrise, by F. A. Prideaux, Spectator
"Reparabit Cornua Phœbe", by James Wilkie, Chambers' Journal
The Old Cottage, Good Words
Among the Tombs, by Michael Field, Academy
Epitaph on Agnes Jones; Buried in Fahan Churchyard, by Bishop Alexander,


No. 2226. — February 19, 1887.Edit

Contents.

  1. The Greeks in Asia, by C. W. Wilson, Asiatic Quarterly Review
  2. Jack and Minory: a Tale of Christmas-Tide, Blackwood's Magazine
  3. Last Words with General Gordon, by Gerald Graham, Fortnightly Review
  4. Le Nomme W., by Stanley J. Weyman, Macmillan's Magazine
  5. The Indian Bourbons, by W. Kincaid, Asiatic Quarterly Review
  6. The Highlands of San Paulo, by M. Mulhall, Month
  7. A Few Manchester Worthies, by Rev. George Huntington, Temple Bar
  8. The "Man-Eating Elephant of Mundla", Chambers' Journal
  9. The Pilgrimage to Kerbela, St. James's Gazette
  10. How General Gordon Saved my Life, by A Free Lance, Pall Mall Gazette

Poetry.

Killed on the Telegraph-Wire, Chambers' Journal
Lord Iddesleigh, Punch
"Lead, Kindly Light," Latine Redditum, by J. P. M., Blackwood's Magazine


No. 2227. — February 26, 1887.Edit

Contents.

  1. Lord Shaftesbury's Life and Work, Quarterly Review
  2. The Robbers' Cave, Argosy
  3. Moss from a Rolling Stone - Part VIII., by Laurence Oliphant, Blackwood's Magazine
  4. The Wellesleys in India, Asiatic Quarterly Review
  5. Richard Cable, the Lightshipman - Part II., by Sabine Baring-Gould, the author of "Mehalah," "John Herring," "Court Royal," etc., Chambers' Journal
  6. A Belgian Christmas Eve, All The Year Round
  7. Pirates Present and Past, Daily Telegraph
  8. Amateur Art in the Seventeenth Century, Spectator
  9. Robbing a Train in Texas, Daily Telegraph

Poetry.

At Rest, Daily News
By the North Sea, English Illustrated Magazine
An Epitaph to E. W. Godwin, by W. G. Wills, Athenæum
The Owl, Spectator

Miscellany.

Hailstones as Large as Cricket Balls
A Baboo Coming to Cut a Figure in the World


No. 2228. — March 5, 1887.Edit

No. 2229. — March 12, 1887.Edit

Contents.

  1. Robert Southey, National Review
  2. A Secret Inheritance - Part V., by B. L. Farjeon, English Illustrated Magazine
  3. About Fiction, by H. Rider Haggard, Contemporary Review
  4. Richard Cable, the Lightshipman - Part III., by Sabine Baring-Gould, the author of "Mehalah," "John Herring," "Court Royal," etc., Chambers' Journal
  5. The Evangelical Revival of the Eighteenth Century, by George C. Brodrick, Macmillan's Magazine
  6. Wit and Wits, Temple Bar
  7. The Doctor: an Old Virginia Foxhunter, by A. G. Bradley, Blackwood's Magazine
  8. The Dead Cities of Belgium, by Percy Fitzgerald, Gentleman's Magazine
  9. An Obscure Archipelago, Leisure Hour

Poetry.

February Filldyke, by Edmund Ollier, Temple Bar
"The King of Love my Shepherd is," Latine Redditum, by J. P. M., Blackwood's Magazine
The Violet and the Rose, by Joseph Skipsey
Roses, Temple Bar

Miscellany.

Date of the End of the World


No. 2230. — March 19, 1887.Edit

Contents.

  1. The Present Position of European Politics - Part II., Fortnightly Review
  2. Richard Cable, the Lightshipman - Part IV., by Sabine Baring-Gould, the author of "Mehalah," "John Herring," "Court Royal," etc., Chambers' Journal
  3. Earthquakes, by G. H. Darwin, Fortnightly Review
  4. A Social Difficulty, Cornhill Magazine
  5. Mary, Countess Cowper, Temple Bar
  6. The Cannings, All The Year Round
  7. Some Odd Advertisements, Chambers' Journal
  8. Rhymes on Panes, Chambers' Journal

Poetry.

Bring out the wine, cupbearer!, by Hafiz, translated from the Persian by E. S., Spectator
At Cana of Galilee, by L. F. Field, Spectator
How the King Came Home, by Florence Tylee, Chambers' Journal
Stafford Henry Northcote, by Alfred Austin


No. 2231. — March 26, 1887.Edit

Contents.

  1. Notes and Queries on the Irish Demand, by Rt. Hon. W. E. Gladstone, Nineteenth Century
  2. Richard Cable, the Lightshipman - Part V., by Sabine Baring-Gould, the author of "Mehalah," "John Herring," "Court Royal," etc., Chambers' Journal
  3. William Barnes and his Poems of Rural Life in the Dorset Dialect, by F. T. Palgrave, National Review
  4. Major and Minor - Part III., by W. E. Norris, Good Words
  5. Philip Bourke Marston, by Theodore Watts, Athenæum
  6. A Bundle of Letters: 1603-1607, St. James's Gazette
  7. The French Soldier at Home, St. James's Gazette

Poetry.

"Fiery Honey", by A. Nairne, Chambers' Journal
Going, All The Year Round
Sleep - a Sonnet, by Rose Howard, Chambers' Journal
Hope, Macmillan's Magazine