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... Contemporary Review.
Edgar Allan Poe, Poetical and Prose---Chandler's Memoir and Reminiscences
Governor Andrew-Forney's New Nobility.
Habits of Insects-Electric Lighting-Hairless Australian Aboriginals-Design
--Effects of Frosts and Thaws upon Plants-Mind in Work.
The Origin of London-The Pool of Siloam--Japanese Art-Shakespeare as a Pros
Writer-A Farewell to Poetry.
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I. ON THE STUDY OF HISTORY. By EDWARD A. FREEMAN. Fortnightly Rodiono,
Belgravia Magasine...... 61
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Nature, No. VI.) By the DUKE OF ARGYLL..... ..Contemporary Bow
60 XIV, NATURAL HISTORY NOTES..
70 XV. CARLYLE'S REMINISCENCES.
70 XVI. RETROSPECT..
Belgravia Magazine .... 71 XVI. LITERARY NOTICES.
71 Ward's English Poets-Analytical and Classed Catalogue of the Brooklyn Library
Great Singers, from Malibran to Titiens—Animal Life as Affected by the Natural
Conditions of Existence- Wit and Wisdom of George Eliot.
710 Sound and Heat—Electric Watch-Remedy for Diphtheria-Life in Meteorites - Artificial Propagation of Sponges— The Amoeba—Localization of Sound by the Blind
Dyna-magnite-Sleep and Sleeplessness--The Chronology of Bronze Implements
Thank-offering-Eggs of Insects as Food - Artificial Light—The Declaration.
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