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Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1873, BY JAMES R. OSGOOD AND COMPANY, in the Office of the Librarian of Congress, at Washington.
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Among the Ruins
. . W. D. Howells . . .
Barbara's Duty. .
. Caroline Cheseboro .
Bethnal Green Museum, The . .
. . H. James, Yr. . . .
Boy-Life in a Scottish Country-Seat . . . . . Robert Dale Owen . . . . . 146 V
Cabinet of Washington, The . .
. . James Parton . . . . . . 29
Chance Acquaintance, A, I., II., III., IV., V., VI. . W. D. Howells 17, 181, 339, 431, 563, 693
Chapter of Autobiography, A . .
. . Robert Dale Owen . .
Child-Life at the Isles of Shoals . .
. . . . . . . . Amelia R. Gere .
Cruise through the Galapagos, .
E. C. Agassis .
Curiosity of Literature, A . .
• M. E. W. S. • .
Danish Society and its Revival
Clemens Petersen . . . . . 679
Edible Fungi . . .
. Robert Morris Copeland .
Emanuel von Fellenberg and his Self-governing College Robert Dale Owen. .
English Folk Songs .
. 7. V. Blake . .
Exploits of Edmond Genet in the United States, The James Parton .
Faded Leaf of History, A. . .
. . Rebecca Harding Davis
French Imbroglio of 1798, The • .
James Parton . .
Galiani, The Abbé . . . .
. Edward Howland.
German Baron and English Reformers
Robert Dale Owen
Good Word for Quacks, A. . .
. Edward Spencer .
Hare and Many Foes, The . .
Charles Dawson Shan
Hunt for Smugglers, A . . . . . . . . Prentice Mulford . . . . . 202
Idiosyncrasies . . . . .
Miss H. K. Hudson
Impressions of London Social Life, Sor
E. S. Nadal .
Jefferson Secretary of State . .
Life under Glass . . . . . . . . . George A. Shove . . . . . 329
Lost . . . . . .
· P. Deming . .
Madonna of the Future, The
. . . . . . H. James Jr. ..
Marjorie Daw . .. .
T. B. Aldrich
Miss Mehetabel's Son -
My Railroad Fight in and out of Court
Hohn A. Coleman .
Presidential Campaign of 1796, The .
• James Parton . ..
Quarrel of Jefferson and Hamilton, The
Robert Owen at New Lanark ..
· Robert Dale Owen ..
. . 311
Ruby. . . . . .
George E. Waring, fr.
Straits of Magellan, In the .
• Mrs. E. C. Agassiz.
Specie Resumption . . . .
Sam. R. Reed . .
Summer's Journey of a Naturalist, The, 1
· N. S. Shaler . .
Symmes Theory of the Earth, The . .
P. Clark . . .
Telegraph and the Post-Office, The . ..
E. H. Derby .
“The Kitchen Common Sense” . .
• 7. E. Babson . .
Thomas Clarkson and Nicholas of Russia.
. Robert Dale Owen
Three Marys of Sharpsville, The .. . . C. A. H.. . . .
Two Letters, The . . . . . . . . Lucretia P. Hale . . . .
After the Fire, O. W. Holmes . . . . 96 On Leucadia when Sappho was young, Alfred
At the Window, 9ames Maurice Thomas 461 H. Louis . - - - - - - 428
Beethoven, Celia Tharter - - - - 470 r Over a Diamond Necklace, Zella Reid . • 179
Best, Rose Terry . - - - - - 321 Poem, A, H. K. Hudson - - - - 297
Beyond, Charlotte F. Bates . - - . 145 Prayer in Weakness, A, M. B. C. . . . 578
Bride of Torrisdell, The, H. H. Boyesen . 159 St. Olaf’s Fountain, H. H. Boyesen . - 418
Brownell, Henry Howard, T. B. Aldrich . 609 Scanderbeg, H. W. Longfellow . - ... 618
By the Shore of the River, C. P. Cranch . 692 Song, Celia Tharter . - - - - 28
Goal of Spring, The, james F. Colman . . 560 Sparrows, My, Kate Hillard . - - . 3c8
Heartbreak Hill, Celia Tharter . - - 337 Surmise, A, Louisa Bushnell - - - 678
John Reed's Thoughts, Bayard Taylor. . 356 Sylvia, Lucy Larcom - - - - . 86.
Legend, A, M. A. Tincker . - - - 531 Trodden Path, The, Belle White . - - 54o
Madrigal, Howard Gyndon . - - . 448 Two Ways, Constance F. Woolson . - • 669
Missing Leaf, The, J. T. Trowbridge. - 704 Untimely Thought, An, T. B. A la'rich - 102
Moods of the Rain, G. P. Lathrop . . . 660 Voice of the Pines, The, Paul H. Hayne • 53
Mystery, A, 9. G. Whittier. - - - 196 Wish, A, Marshall Olizer . - - - 16
One Day Solitary, 7. T. Trowbridge . . 75 Wood Lake, The, Paul H. Hayne . - • 405
RECENT Literature. About's Alsace, 243; Alcott's Concord Days, 364; Ames's (Mrs.) Memorial of
Alice and Phoebe Cary, 360 : Behind the Bars, 747; Cherbuliez's Joseph Noirel's Revenge, 105;
Cherbuliez's Études de Littérature et d'Art, 242; Cazalis's Henri Regnault, 501; Coues's North
American Birds, 746; DeMille's Comedy of Terrors, 109; Döllinger's Fables respecting the Popes of
the Middle Ages, and Döllinger's Lectures on the Reunion of the Churches, 363; Drake's Old Land-
marks of Boston, 364; D'Ideville's Journal d'un Diplomate en Italie, 368; Duparc's Correspon-
dance de Henri Regnault, 502; Friis's Historical Account of Tycho Brahe, 1.12; Forster's Life of
Dickens, 237; Fiske's Myths and Myth-Makers, 241; Fiske's Class-Room Taine, 5oo; Flagg's Woods
and By-Ways of New England, 497; Farley's Modern Turkey, 499; Glagau's Russische Literatur
und Iwan Turgenjew, 11o ; George Sand's Nanon, 1.12; Gogol's Tarass Boulba, 243; Gautier's
Théatre, 366; George Eliot's Middlemarch, 490; Healy's (Miss) A Summer's Romance, roo; Har-
mon's Journey to Egypt, soo; Hillebrand's Frankreich und die Franzosen, 752 : Hunt's Wishing-Cap
Papers, 624; Harvard Catalogue, 626; Ingelow's (Jean) Off the Skelligs, 358; Kroeger's Minnesinger
of Germany, 498: Life of Lord Brougham, 362; Leroy-Beaulieu's Travail des Femmes au XIX' Siècle,
502; Leonowens's (Mrs.) Romance of the Harem, 625; Mayo's Never Again, 750; Monod's Alle-
mands et Français, 754; Morris's Love is Enough, 359; McCarthy's Modern Leaders, 5ol Notable
Republications, io9; Nouvelles Amours d'Hermann et Dorothée, 1.12: Nadault's Les Temps Nou-
veaux, sos; Palfrey's New England, Vol. IV., 743; Plon's Life of Thorvaldsen, 361 ; Pétrow's Tableau
de la Littérature Russe, 502; Ray's Mental Pathology, 748; Revere's Keel and Saddle, ioz; Schweg-
ler's History of Philosophy, 751; Stone's History of New York City, Ioa; Skinner's Issues of Ameri-
can Politics, 365: Sainte-Beuve's Proudhon, 366; Strauss's Der alte und der Neue Glaube, 367 ;
Trowbridge's A Chance for Himself, 1oo : Turgenjew's Drei Novellen, 11.2 : Tuckerman's Greeks
of To-day, 104; Turgénieff's Liza, 230; Trowbridge's Coupon Bonds, 359; Timrod's Poems, 622;
Taylor's Lars, 623; Underwood's Handbook of English Literature, 496; Warner's Backlog Studies,
494; Woods's Essays, Sketches, and Stories, 626; Wright's Brook and Other Poems, 751.
ART. "Boston Art-Club Exhibitions, 371,755; Children in Italian and English Design, 372 : Household Art
Company, 244: Inness and his Pictures, 114; Lodge's Winckelmann, Fourth and last Volume of 503;
Milmore's Sphinx, 116; Museum Exhibition, Additions to 629; Spartali-Stillman (Mrs.), Two Pictures
by, 37o: Supposed Tintoretto and Rembrandt, 627; Wood (Mr. Marshall) on Ward's Shakespeare, 63o;
Ward's Shakespeare and the Nation, 246. - - -
Music. Liebe (Miss), 506; Lucca in Opera, 374; Mehlig (Miss), 249; Moulton (Mrs.), 249: New
Music, 376 : National College of Music, 376; Osgood, 249; Paine's Oratorio of St. Peter, 506; Ruders-
dorff (Madame), 505; Recent Publications, 117, 630; Thomas's Orchestra, 247; Varley, 506; Wie-
niawski, 119. -
Science. Bastian's Beginnings of Life, 633 : Bagehot's Physics and Politics, 25o: Chapman's Evolution
of Life, 120; Figuier's Insect world, 251 ; Johnson's Natural Philosophy, 251 : Luminiferous Ether,
122; Man in the Miocene Period, 757: Max Müller and Darwinism, 379; Moon's Atmosphere. The
758; Origin of Echinoderms, 121 : Tyndall's Lectures, 122; Sun-spots and Rainfall, 377; Van der
wijck's Psychology, 379; Winchell's Geology of the Stars, 759; Wood's Sunstroke, 251.
Politics. A better Understanding with England, 123: Cause of Temperance, The 599; Grant and the
Civil Service, 761; Newspapers and the Courts, 252; Possibilities of Political Reform, 637; “Presump-
tion in Favor of Innocence,” 762; Railroad Despotism, 38o.
A Magazine of Literature, Science, Art,
VOL. XXXI. - JANUARY, 1873. — NO. CLXXXIII.
TN the winter of 1858-59 I was in Glasgow ?” The well-known acI threading the streets of Glasgow, cent and the turn of phrase brought Scotland, seeking the residence of an all my youth back to me ; and, in reold friend, formerly my father's confi- ply to my smile, he added : “Or are dential clerk, and who still, though an you a Scotchman yourself, may be ?” octogenarian, rejoiced in the name of “I scarcely know," I replied, “whethJohn Wright, Junior.
er to call myself a stranger or not. It It was a portion of the city that had is more than thirty years since I have grown up many years after I had known seen your city, yet Glasgow is my naanything of Glasgow. Uncertain of tive place." my way and having for some time “Ah! In what part of the city were scrutinized the countenances of the you born ?". passers-by, as is my wont before ac- "In Charlotte Street." costing any one in the street, I met a “Were you? But in which house face that pleased me; hale, ruddy, the was it?'. shadow of some sixty years resting “In the last house on the right hand, lightly and cheerfully upon it, despite next to the Green ; close to the iron the snow on head and beard : a benig- gates that used to close the street.” nant face, of leisure, that did not look “Why, man! That was David as if it would grudge five minutes to Dale's house! How in the world did a stranger. It lit up kindly when I you happen to be born there?". asked how I should find the street I “Very naturally. I am his grandsought.
son." “I am going in that direction and "An Owen, then ?" shall be glad to walk with you.” Then, “ Yes." after a pause : “You 'll be a stranger He stretched out his hand ; and the
Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1873, by James R. Osgood & Co., in the Office of the
Librarian of Congress, at Washington. vol. XXXI. — NO. 183.