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LITTELL'S LIVING AGE.


Fifth Series,
Volume XV.
No. 1679. — August 12, 1876. From Beginning
Vol. CXXX.


CONTENTS.
I. Adam Smith as a Person, Fortnightly Review, 387
II. What She Came Through. By Sarah Tytler, author of "Lady Bell," etc. Part XII., Good Words, 402
III. In a Studio. By W. W. Story. Part IX., Blackwood's Magazine, 411
IV. Lady Adelaide. A Study, Blackwood's Magazine, 418
V. Autobiography of a Vegetarian. A True Narrative of a Successful Career. Reported by C. O. Groom Napier, of Merchiston, F.G.S., Fraser's Magazine, 427
VI. Modern Warfare. By John Ruskin, Fraser's Magazine, 434
VII. A Lady's Visit to the Herzegovinian Insurgents, Cornhill Magazine, 436
VIII. Lightning-Prints, Chambers' Journal, 445
POETRY.
Saints, 386  The Song-Bird, 386
Dreamland, 386
 
Miscellany, 448
 
 

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