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BELGRAVIA.

ST. JAMES'S GAZETTE.

A Passenger from Shanghai,

228 Marmalade.Making,

244

The Great Keinplatz Experiment, 458 The Civilization of Savages,

250

Morning Calls in the West Country, 547 An Actress's Love-Letters,

446

A Maori “ Last Day,"

TINSLEY'S MAGAZINE,

On a House-Boat,

767

Johnnie's Diary - from London to New

York,

CHAMBERS' JOURNAL.

525

A House Divided against Itself, 39, 100, 158,

LONGMAN'S MAGAZINE,

241, 287, 356, 423, 473, 560, 620, 677,

The Matchmaker's Euclid,

255

740, 785

A Brother of the Misericordia,

167

ENGLISH ILLUSTRATED MAGAZINE.

Bee and Ant Phenomena,

254

Schwartz: a History,

206

Recent Pyramid-Work,

700

SPECTATOR.

ALL THE YEAR ROUND.

Lord Beaconsfield's Youth,

62
Curiosities of Taxation,

127

The March of the White Man,

312 Music and Musicians,

186

The Biblical Brotherhood,

314 Nature in London,

252

The Musical Pitch Question,

317 | A Paris Suburb,

303

Leo XIII. as Ultramontane,

380 | The Crown Diamonds of France,

552

The Poet of Elegy, .

503

An Old London Gardener,

696

NATURE

Anarchism in Switzerland,

763, 818 The Measure of Fidget, .

314

Lord Houghton,

820 The International Sanitary Conference

A Scotch Porson,

822

in Rome,

ECONOMIST.

FIELD,

The Franco-Chinese Treaty and British Afloat with a Florida Sponger,

249

Trade,

246

GLOBE

SATURDAY REVIEW.

English History in Danish Archives, 765

The Queen's Drawing-room,

57

Estates' GAZETTE

Eighth Centenary of Gregory VII.,

The Lyons Silk Trade,

382 Ground Rents and the Abolition of Lease.

The Caitiff Catfish,

824

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575

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Ant and Bee Phenomena,

254 | HISTORY, The Muse of

26

Afgban Jailer, An

309 House, A, Divided against Itself, 39, 100, 158,
Arcady, A Swain of

434

241, 287, 356, 423, 473, 560, 620, 677,
Actress's, An, Love Letters,
446

740, 785
Arnold, Matthew, as the Poet of Elegy, 503 Howitt's, Mary, Reminiscences, 183, 564, 808
Ascot, A Chinese
506 Hugo, Victor

323

Alfieri, Constance, Marquise D'Azeglio, 681

Work of

414

Anarchism in Switzerland,

763, 818 Huguenot Reformation, The, in the Nor.

man Isles,
Bach, Johann Sebastian.
60 History, What can it Teach us?

707
Beaconsfield's, Lord, Youth,
62 House-Boat, On a

767
Bismarck as a Diplomatist,
160 Houghton, Lord

820
Brother, A, of the Misericordia,

167
Bee and Ant Phenomena,

254 INSANITY and Genius,
Biblical Brotherhood, The

314 Irish Parliament, The, of 1782,
Bodichon, Eugène : a Republican of Italian Renaissance, the, The First Epoch in 195
1830,
440 | Ireland, and Local Government,

360
CHINESE-French Treaty, The, and British JOHNNIE's Diary - from London to New
Trade,
246 York,

525
Civilization, The, of Savages,
250 Jesuit Reformer and Poet, a : :

771
Catholics, Modern, and Scientific Free-
dom,

344 KRAKATOA Eruption, The 570, 693, 753, 814
Chinese Ascot, A

506

Catfish, The Caitiff

824 LOWELL, James Russell .

Letters from a Private Soldier in Egypt, 32

DYMOND, Mrs.

14, 269, 602, 799 Liberal Movement, The, in English Lit.

Diamonds, The Crown, of France, . 552

erature,

42, 789

Danish Archives, English History in 765 London, Nature in .

252

Landes, the, A Walking Tour in 369, 624

EGYPT, Letters from a Private Soldier Leo XIII. as Ultramontane,

380

32 Lyons Silk Trade, The

382

Erckmann-Chatrian,

105 Lamballe, de, The Princesse

612

Elegy, The Poet of.

503

English History in Danish Archives, 765 Montevideo, From, to Paraguay,

Music, Curiosities of

Fortune's Wheel, 80, 138, 337, 404, 653, 722 Music and Musicians,

186

Franco-Chinese Treaty, The, and British Marmalade-Making,

244

Trade,

246 Matchmaker's Euclid, The

255

Florida Sponger, A, Afloat with

249 Musical Pitch Question, The

317

Fidget, The Measure of .

314 Maori, A, “ Last Day,"

Foote, Samuel

494 | Marlborough, .

Footprints,

534 Morning Calls in the West Country,

547

French, The, in North America,
579 Margate Grotto, A.

637
“ Metaphysical Society, The»

729
Genius and Insanity,

67

Gregory VII.

, Eighth Centenary of

190 NAPIER, Sir William

259

Great Keinplatz Experiment, The : 458 Nithsdaill, Winifred, Countess of .

451

Ground Rents and the Abolition of Newfoundland,

485

Leaseholds,

575 Norman Isles, the, The Huguenot Refor:

Gardener, An Old London

696 mation in

515

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PARAGUAY, to, From Montevideo, . 89, 290 | Schwartz: a History,

206
Peking, A Visit to the Temple of Heaven Stuart Pretenders,

218
233 Shanghai, A Passenger from

228
Paris Suburb, A
303 Sponger, A Florida, Afloat with

249
Patagonia, Life in
427 Savages, The Civilization of .

250
Parliamentary Manners,

466 Sanitary Conference, The International,
Paris Newspaper Press, The

643 in Rome,
Pasolini, Count, Memoirs of
665 Sophia, The Electress

387
Pyramid-Work, Recent
700 Soudan, Midsummer in the

687
Prettiness, Modern, v. Art,
702 Switzerland, Anarchism in

763, 818
Peterborough, Lord
744 Spee, Frederick

771

Porson, A Scotch

822

TORPEDO Scare, The

51

QUEEN'S Drawing-room, The.

57 | Taxation, Curiosities of . :

127

Russian Armament, The

175

UNPARLIAMENTARY Boroughs,

757

Reformation, The Huguenot, in the Nor.

man Isles,

515 Wyclif and the Bible,

131

White Man, the, The March of

312

STONEHENGE, A Vigil in

124 Wealth, Men of, An Appeal to

574

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Fortune's Wheel, 80, 138, 337, 404, 653, 722 Passenger, A, from Shanghai,
Great Keinplatz Experiment, The .

Schwartz: a History,
House, A, Divided against Itself, 39, 100, 158,
241, 287, 356, 423, 473, 560, 620, 677,

740, 785 | Unexplained, .

206

ΙΙο

ness.

AT THE STATION ON AN AUTUMN Her gentle presence,

- far brighter MORNING.

The glory my thoughts set around her. FROM THE ITALIAN OF GIOSUE CARDUCCI,

There in the rain, in the dreary darkness LAMP after lamp how the lights go trooping, I turn me, and with them would mingle my Stretching behind the trees, dreamily yonder; being; Through the branches adrip with the shower I stagger; then touch myself grimly – The light slants and gleams on the puddles. Not yet as a ghost am I moving. Plaintively, shrilly, piercingly whistles O what a falling of leaves, never-ending, The engine hard by. Cold and grey are the Icy, and silent, and sad, on my spirit ! heavens

I feel that forever around me Up above, and the Autumn morning

The earth has grown all one November. Ghostlike glimmers around me.

Better to be without sense of existence Whither and whence move the people hurrying Better this gloom, and this shadow of darkInto dark carriages, muffled and silent ? To what sorrows unknown are they rushing – Would I, ah, would I were sleeping Long tortures of hopes that will tarry?

A dull sleep that lasteth forever.

H. COURTHOPE BOWEN.
You too, oh fair one, are dreamily holding
Your ticket now for the guard's sharp clip-

Macmillan's Magazine.
ping
Ah, so clips Time, ever relentless,
Joys, memories, and years that are golden.
Far-stretching the dark train stands, and the

THEN AND NOW.
workmen

The sky was blue, Black-capped, up and down keep moving like Our hearts were true, shadows;

Bright shone the sun that summer morn; In his hand bears each one a lantern,

The birds sang sweet, And each one a hammer of irom.

And at our feet And the iron they strike sends a hollow re.

Lay waving fields of yellow corn. sounding

With love and faith Mournful; and out of the heart an echo

As strong as death, Mournfully answers, a sudden

Without a tear we turned away; Dull pang of regret that is weary.

'Tis now we weep,

At one fell sweep Now the hurrying slam of the doors grows in

Our sun is hid, our sky is gray. sulting And loud, and scornful the rapidly sounding

For pride is strong Summons to start and delay not ;

When hearts are young ; The rain dashes hard on the windows.

And bitter words that once are spoken,

Return again
Puffing, shuddering, panting, the monster
Now feels life stir in its limbs of iron,

With maddening pain ;

And faith and vows and hearts are broken. And opens its eyes, and startles The dim far space with a challenge.

Chambers' Journal.

MARY J. MURCHIE.
Then on moves the evil thing, horribly trailing
Its length, and, beating its wings, bears from

COWPER.
My love, and her face and her farewell
Are lost to me now in the darkness.

As o'er the hushed hills and the sleeping plain,

After long hours, the weary watcher sees O sweet face flushed with the palest of roses !

The night grow pale, and hears amid the trees O starlike eyes so peaceful! O forehead The wind that swooned at even wake again ; Pure-shining and gentle, with tresses

While one by one the starry clusters wane, Curling so softly around it.

Till, lonely left, more silvery clear than these,

Mild Phosphor rules the dawn's soft mys. The air with a passionate life was a-tremble,

teries, And summer was glad when she smiled to greet Ushering in Hyperion's golden reign ; me ;

So, taking simple nature for its theme, The young sun of June bent earthward

Thy gentle song, inspired with purpose high, And kissed her soft cheek in his rapture. Shot through the latter dusk a welcome gleam,

Gracing afresh the realms of Poesy, Full 'neath the nut-brown hair he kissed her ; And sparkling purely with its playful beam But though his beauty and splendor might In herald-radiance told of Wordsworth nigh. circle

Spectator.

HERBERT B. GARROD.

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