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LITTELL'S LIVING AGE.


Fifth Series,
Volume XIX.
No. 1731. — August 18, 1877. From Beginning
Vol. CXXXIV.


CONTENTS.
I. The First Lord Abinger and the Bar, Quarterly Review, 387
II. The Duke's Piper: A Story of the West Highlands, Chambers' Journal, 411
III. A Princess's Moonlight Flitting, Temple Bar, 425
IV. An Apology for Idlers, Cornhill Magazine, 433
V. A Peculiar Holiday, Fraser's Magazine, 437
VI. Lux in Tenebris, Spectator, 444
VII. Ancient Modes of Embalming the Dead, Sunday at Home, 447
VIII. Distances of the Stars, Popular Science Review, 448
POETRY.
The Melancholy Ocean, 386  A City Weed, 386
 Lenachluten, 386  Sleep, 386
 
 

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