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LITTELL'S LIVING AGE.


Fifth Series,
Volume XIX.
No. 1736. — September 22, 1877. From Beginning
Vol. CXXXIV.


CONTENTS.
I. Oxford Gossip in the Seventeenth Century, Quarterly Review, 707
II. Pauline. By L. B. Walford, author of "Mr. Smith," etc. Part XIII., Advance Sheets, 721
III. The Trial of Jesus Christ, Contemporary Review, 729
IV. Green Pastures and Piccadilly - Part XXVII. By William Black. Part XXIX., Harper's Bazar, 741
V. A Plea for a Rational Education, Fortnightly Review, 745
VI. Money-Orders, Spectator, 759
VII. Impressions of a Meeting-House, Spectator, 761
VIII. An Algerian Inland Sea, Nature, 764
IX. The Future of England, Spectator, 767
POETRY.
Loaded Wains, 706  When the Grass shall Cover Me. 706
A Windy Evening, 706
 
 

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