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No. 2258. — October 1 & 8, 1887.Edit

Contents.

  1. Mgr. Dupanloup, Church Quarterly Review
  2. Eberhardt - Part II., Blackwood's Magazine
  3. The Chartreuse of St. Hugh in Sussex, by R. F. C., Month
  4. Major and Minor - Part IX., by W. E. Norris, Good Words
  5. A Visit in a Dutch Country House - Part I., by May Crommelin, English Illustrated Magazine
  6. In Vermland, Cornhill Magazine
  7. Amiel, by Matthew Arnold, Macmillan's Magazine

Poetry.

She and I, by J. Ashcroft Noble,
In Arran, by J. T. Levens, Chambers' Journal
Sea-Dreams, by Sidney A. Alexander, Cassell's Magazine
The Road to Westminster Abbey, by E. R. C., Pall Mall Gazette
Indecision, Spectator

Miscellany.

A Bear Hunt in the Hymalayas


No. 2259. — October 15, 1887.Edit

No. 2260. — October 22, 1887.Edit

Contents.

  1. The Country Parson as he Was, and as he Is, Blackwood's Magazine
  2. Richard Cable, the Lightshipman - Part XXII., by Sabine Baring-Gould, the author of "Mehalah," "John Herring," "Court Royal," etc., Chambers' Journal
  3. The Present State of the Novel, by George Saintsbury, Fortnightly Review
  4. Major Lawrence, F.L.S - Part XII., by the Hon. Emily Lawless, the author of "Hurrish, a Study," etc., Murray's Magazine
  5. Mr. Twining's Letters, by G. B., Temple Bar
  6. The Story of Zebehr, as told by Himself - Part I., by Flora L. Shaw, Contemporary Review
  7. Morphinomania, by Dr. Seymour J. Sharkey, Nineteenth Century
  8. Linnæus, All The Year Round
  9. Contemporary Despatches by a Foreign Minister during the Early Years of Charles I., St. James's Gazette
  10. Wordsworth's Grave, by William Watson, National Review

Poetry.

Two Meetings, Modern Truth
In Westminster Abbey, 21st June, 1887
Sunset, by C. G., Chambers' Journal
To H. F. Brown, by R. L. Stevenson
Wordsworth's Grave, by William Watson, National Review

Miscellany.

The Palace at Jaypore
The Excavation of Sybaris


No. 2261. — October 29, 1887.Edit

Contents.

  1. Marco Polo, Blackwood's Magazine
  2. Richard Cable, the Lightshipman - Part XXIII., by Sabine Baring-Gould, the author of "Mehalah," "John Herring," "Court Royal," etc., Chambers' Journal
  3. The Flight of Piero de' Medici, by A. Mary F. Robinson, Fortnightly Review
  4. Major Lawrence, F.L.S - Part XIII., by the Hon. Emily Lawless, the author of "Hurrish, a Study," etc., Murray's Magazine
  5. Experiences of an English Engineer on the Congo, Blackwood's Magazine
  6. The Story of Zebehr, as told by Himself - Part I., by Flora L. Shaw, Contemporary Review
  7. Character and Scenery, Spectator
  8. The Value of Amenity, Spectator
  9. The New Gunpowder, Spectator

Poetry.

Ballade of the Flight of Nicolette, by Hugh Haliburton, Good Words
A Shepherd's Consolation, by Graham R. Tomson, Longman's Magazine
October, by R. R., Macmillan's Magazine


No. 2262. — November 5, 1887.Edit

Contents.

  1. Thomas Twining, by W. E. Norris, London Quarterly Review
  2. Major and Minor - Part XI., by W. E. Norris, Good Words
  3. Pascal, the Sceptic, by W. L. Courtney, Fortnightly Review
  4. Richard Cable, the Lightshipman - Part XXIV., by Sabine Baring-Gould, the author of "Mehalah," "John Herring," "Court Royal," etc., Chambers' Journal
  5. Homer the Botanist, Macmillan's Magazine
  6. Some Odd Numbers, by M. G., Murray's Magazine
  7. The Passion of the Past, by I. R., Macmillan's Magazine
  8. A Child's Recollection of William Makepeace Thackeray, by Henriette Corkran, Temple Bar
  9. Some Superstitions of the Jewish Synagogue, Spectator

Poetry.

Rhine-Side, by Herman Merivale, Spectator

Miscellany.

St. Luke's Summer, by Leonard Huxley, National Review
The Spinning Woman, Fortnightly Review, "Byways of Greek Song"


No. 2263. — November 12, 1887.Edit

Contents.

  1. Literature for the Little Ones, by Edward Salmon, Nineteenth Century
  2. Major Lawrence, F.L.S - Part XIV., by the Hon. Emily Lawless, the author of "Hurrish, a Study," etc., Murray's Magazine
  3. Madame Necker, Temple Bar
  4. Richard Cable, the Lightshipman - Part XXV., by Sabine Baring-Gould, the author of "Mehalah," "John Herring," "Court Royal," etc., Chambers' Journal
  5. The Cruise of the Marchesa, Edinburgh Review
  6. The Season of the Twelve Days, by J. Theodore Bent, Gentleman's Magazine
  7. Russian Fisheries, Chambers' Journal
  8. Physical Deterioration among the Lower Classes, St. James's Gazette

Poetry.

"Foundered", All The Year Round
Weary, by Oscar Boulton, Temple Bar
Bimetallism, by W. H. S., Academy

Miscellany.

Russian Quicksilver, Industrial Review


No. 2264. — November 19, 1887.Edit

Contents.

  1. English Actors in the French Revolution, Edinburgh Review
  2. A Visit in a Dutch Country House - Part II., by May Crommelin, English Illustrated Magazine
  3. My Old Village, by Richard Jefferies, Longman's Magazine
  4. Major Lawrence, F.L.S - Part XV., by the Hon. Emily Lawless, the author of "Hurrish, a Study," etc., Murray's Magazine
  5. Afghan Life in Afghan Songs, by James Darmesteter, Contemporary Review
  6. Richard Jefferies and the Open Air, by Lymington, National Review
  7. Richard Cable, the Lightshipman - Part XXVI., by Sabine Baring-Gould, the author of "Mehalah," "John Herring," "Court Royal," etc., Chambers' Journal
  8. A Jewish Humorist, Spectator
  9. A Hot-Wind Day in Australia, by Stephen Thompson, Murray's Magazine

Poetry.

A Lament, by B. T. A. W., Leisure Hour
The Fisherman, Fortnightly Review, "Byways of Greek Song"
A Ballad of the Hour Gone by, by Louis N. Parker, Spectator
In a Glen, by George L. Moore, Spectator


No. 2265. — November 26, 1887.Edit

Contents.

  1. Memoirs of Prince Adam Czartoryski, Edinburgh Review
  2. Richard Cable, the Lightshipman - Part XXVII., by Sabine Baring-Gould, the author of "Mehalah," "John Herring," "Court Royal," etc., Chambers' Journal
  3. The Antiquity of Man in North America, by Alfred R. Wallace, Nineteenth Century
  4. Major and Minor - Part XI., by W. E. Norris, Good Words
  5. The Story of Zebehr, as told by Himself - Part III., by Flora L. Shaw, Contemporary Review
  6. A Strange Place, Spectator

Poetry.

The Orphan, by Walter Morison, D.D., Sunday Magazine
A Pastoral, by Charles D. Bell, D.D., Leisure Hour
Cupid's Decadence, by Elliot Stock, Academy
Sea Dirge, Fortnightly Review, "Byways of Greek Song"

Miscellany.

The Largest Farm in the World, Missouri Republican


No. 2266. — December 3, 1887.Edit

Contents.

  1. The Catholic Revival of the Sixteenth Century, Quarterly Review
  2. Major Lawrence, F.L.S - Part XVI., by the Hon. Emily Lawless, the author of "Hurrish, a Study," etc., Murray's Magazine
  3. Lochiel: the Ulysses of the Highlands, Temple Bar
  4. How Piracy was Stopped in Morocco, by Right Hon. Sir J. H. Drummond Hay, late minister to Morocco, Murray's Magazine
  5. A Discourse upon Sermons, by A. Eubule Evans, Macmillan's Magazine
  6. Richard Cable, the Lightshipman - Part XXVIII., by Sabine Baring-Gould, the author of "Mehalah," "John Herring," "Court Royal," etc., Chambers' Journal
  7. Jenny Lind, St. James's Gazette
  8. Queer Relationships, Saturday Review
  9. Funny Sayings and Answers by Juveniles, Chambers' Journal
  10. "Long" Sir Thomas Robinson, Saturday Review
  11. Old Age in Animals, St. James's Gazette

Poetry.

To a Nut-brown Maid, by Julio Diniz, translated from the Portuguese by R. H. M. E., Murray's Magazine
Shadows, by Kate Mellersh, Chambers' Journal
"My love and I sat under", by Uhland, translated by Margaret Galletti di Cadilhac, Temple Bar

Miscellany.

The Malstrom
An Oculist's Test, Pottery Gazette

No. 2267. — December 10, 1887.Edit

Contents.

  1. Ralph Waldo Emerson, Westminster Review
  2. A Teacher of the Violin, by J. H. Shorthouse, Macmillan's Magazine
  3. Sugar-making in Demerara, by S. Bellairs, Month
  4. Realism and Romance, by Andrew Lang, Contemporary Review
  5. Looking Backwards, Temple Bar
  6. Richard Cable, the Lightshipman - Part XXIX., by Sabine Baring-Gould, the author of "Mehalah," "John Herring," "Court Royal," etc., Chambers' Journal
  7. Rabbit Crusading, Chambers' Journal

Poetry.

Incompleteness, by Catherine Grant Furley, Chambers' Journal
An Invitation, by E. F. M., St. James's Gazette
Mizpah, All The Year Round


No. 2268. — December 17, 1887.Edit

Contents.

  1. Count Beust, Quarterly Review
  2. In an Old Chateau, by Mrs. W. K. Clifford, Temple Bar
  3. The Castle of Vincigliata, by Lamington, Blackwood's Magazine
  4. Secret Societies in the Two Sicilies, by E. Strachan Morgan, Fortnightly Review
  5. A Peculiar People, by J. Theodore Bent, Longman's Magazine
  6. Richard Cable, the Lightshipman - Part XXX., by Sabine Baring-Gould, the author of "Mehalah," "John Herring," "Court Royal," etc., Chambers' Journal
  7. Lord Carteret, Temple Bar
  8. The Oxus Bridge, St. James's Gazette

Poetry.

Carmen Bellicosum, by Judge McMaster
"When sad Mentana's hour comes round", by Giosuè Carducci, translated by M. R. Weld, Academy

Miscellany.

Death Rites in India, Cassell's Illustrated History of India


No. 2269. — December 24, 1887.Edit

Contents.

  1. Gambier Parry's Ministry of Fine Art, Edinburgh Review
  2. Major and Minor - Part XII., by W. E. Norris, Good Words
  3. Josephine and Maria Louisa, by Catherine Charlotte Jackson, Temple Bar
  4. Richard Cable, the Lightshipman - Part XXXI., by Sabine Baring-Gould, the author of "Mehalah," "John Herring," "Court Royal," etc., Chambers' Journal
  5. Jenny Lind, by Henry Scott Holland, Murray's Magazine
  6. A Health-Resort out of the Season, Cornhill Magazine
  7. The Future of New Guinea, All The Year Round

Poetry.

A Voice from the Woods, by B. G. J., Chambers' Journal
A Prison Song, by D. J. Robertson, Longman's Magazine
The Close of Summer, Toronto Week

Miscellany.

The History of the Umbrella, by W. H. E. Lecky
Heart Disease in the French Army, Leslie's Illustrated Magazine
Improved Ambulance Trains


No. 2270. — December 31, 1887.Edit

Contents.

  1. Hannah More, Blackwood's Magazine
  2. Grey Fur - Part I., by E. Gerard, Longman's Magazine
  3. Mrs. Craik, by Mrs. Oliphant, Macmillan's Magazine
  4. Doris, by Augustus Jessopp, Nineteenth Century
  5. Heine's Visit to London, by Thomas Pryde, National Review
  6. Juana Alvarez, Macmillan's Magazine
  7. Flamingoes at Home, by Henri A. Blake, Nineteenth Century
  8. Elephants, Spectator

Poetry.

"Long ago, when youth was gay", by E. Nesbit, Argosy
Edward Thring, by H. D. R., Spectator
Uncertainties, by May Probyn, Macmillan's Magazine
Desiderium, by R. L. Binyon, Academy

Miscellany.

Paraguayan Tea, by H. Gibson, Notes and Queries