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LITTELL'S LIVING AGE.


Fifth Series,
Volume XXII.
No. 1774. — June 15, 1878. From Beginning
Vol. CXXXVII.


CONTENTS.
I. The Greatness of the Romans. By Goldwin Smith, Contemporary Review, 643
II. The Death of the Duke de M——. From "The Nabob," by E. Daudet. Translated from the French, Temple Bar, 653
III. The Political Adventures of Lord Beaconsfield. Part II. From 1826 to 1837, Fortnightly Review, 657
IV. The Azores, Fraser's Magazine, 668
V. Macleod of Dare. By William Black. Part X., Advance Sheets, 677
VI. Illustrations of the Acts from Recent Discoveries. By Canon Lightfoot, Contemporary Review, 685
VII. The House across the Street, All The Year Round, 691
VIII. How to Live on a Reduced Income, Good Words, 699
IX. The Letter "H": a Historical Conjecture, Examiner, 703
POETRY.
Our Future Home: an Easter Hymn. By Dean Stanley, 642
 
 

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