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LITTELL'S LIVING AGE.


Fifth Series,
Volume XIX.
No. 1727. — July 21, 1877. From Beginning
Vol. CXXXIV.


CONTENTS.
I. Maoris and Kanakas, Fortnightly Review, 131
II. Pauline. By L. B. Walford, author of "Mr. Smith," etc. Part VIII., Advance Sheets, 143
III. Georges D'Amboise, Temple Bar, 152
IV. The Marquis of Lossie. By George Mac Donald, author of "Malcolm," etc. Part XXI., Advance Sheets, 164
V. A Leaf of Eastern History, Fortnightly Review, 174
VI. Green Pastures and Piccadilly. By William Black. Part XXI., Examiner, 179
VII. Crema and the Crucifix, Cornhill Magazine, 182
VIII. The Results of the Invention of the Sewing-Machine, Economist, 187
IX. The Dog of the Barracks, Leisure Hour, 190
X. Japanese Mirrors, Nature, 191
XI. A Dog Aiding in Smuggling, Leisure Hour, 192
POETRY.
No More Sea, 130  The Evening Time, 130
So is the Story Told, 130 Lord Justice Mellish, 130
 
 

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