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LITTELL'S LIVING AGE.


Fifth Series,
Volume XIX.
No. 1726. — July 14, 1877. From Beginning
Vol. CXXXIV.


CONTENTS.
I. Pedigrees and Pedigree-Makers. By Edward A. Freeman, Contemporary Review, 67
II. The Marquis of Lossie. By George Mac Donald, author of "Malcolm," etc. Part XX., Advance Sheets, 85
III. Voltaire in the Netherlands. From the Dutch of Jhr. C.A. van Sypesteyn, Temple Bar, 97
IV. Pauline. By L. B. Walford, author of "Mr. Smith," etc. Part VII., Advance Sheets, 105
V. Mordecai: a Protest against the Critics. By a Jew, Macmillan's Magazine, 112
VI. Green Pastures and Piccadilly. By William Black. Part XX., Examiner, 121
VII. Popular Errors, Pall Mall Gazette, 124
VIII. Little Tortures, Liberal Review, 126
IX. William Caxton, Fireside, 127
X. A New Stimulant - Pitury, Nature, 128
POETRY.
Thisbe, 66  To Victor Hugo. By Alfred Tennyson 66
A Hope, 66
 
 

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