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LITTELL'S LIVING AGE.


Fifth Series,
Volume XV.
No. 1681. — August 26, 1876. From Beginning
Vol. CXXX.


CONTENTS.
I. Lord Macaulay, Quarterly Review, 515
II. What She Came Through. By Sarah Tytler, author of "Lady Bell," etc., Part XIII., Good Words, 542
III. Moresby's "New Guinea and Polynesia", Edinburgh Review, 553
IV. Carita. By Mrs. Oliphant, author of "Chronicles of Carlingford," "Zaidee," etc., Part V., Cornhill Magazine, 563
V. The Poetry of Leading Law Cases, Spectator, 572
VI. The First Appearance of Gipsies, Temple Bar, 575
POETRY.
A Summer's Ghost, 514  My Treasures, 514
A Water-Lily at Evening, 514 To Kate, 514
The Lily of the Valley, 514
 
 

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