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AMIEL,

57 IDEALISM and Realism,

109

Amenity, The Value of .

253 In an Old Chateau,

: 660

Afghan Life in Afghan Songs,

418
Australia, A Hot-Wind Day in

447 JEWISH Race, the, The Ubiquity of 127
Antiquity, The, of Man in North Amer. Jeypore, The Palace at .

192
ica,

472 Jefferies, Richard, and the Open Air, 432

Animals, 'Old Age in

574 Jewish Humorist, A

444

Josephine and Maria Louisa,

738
BEUST, Count
643 Juana Alvarez,

811

CLERICAL Reminiscences, Some

119 LESSON, A Great

67

Carthusian Monastery, A, near Meran, 125 Linnæus,

182

Congo, the, Experiences of an English Literature for the Little Ones,

323

Engineer on

230 Lochiel : the Ulysses of the Highlands, 542

Character and Scenery,.

251 Lind, Jenny

565, 751

Czartoryski, Prince Adam, Memoirs of 451 Looking Backwards,

625

Catholic Revival, The, of the Sixteenth

Century,

515 MAJOR and Minor, 33, 77, 268, 480, 724

Carteret, Lord
695

85

Craik, Mrs.

798 Major Lawrence, F.L.s., 153, 224, 334, 412,

,

528
DUPANLOUP, Mgr.

Morphinomania,

177
Dutch Country House, à, A Visit in _41, 391 Medici, Piero de', The Flight of

215
Donatello, and the Unveiling of the Fa- Marchesa, The Cruise of the

359
çade of the Duomo at Florence, . 104 Man, The Antiquity of, in North Amer-

Droitwich,

,

472

Demerara, Sugar-making in 606 Morocco,' How Piracy was stopped in

551

Doris,

799 | Malström, The
More, Hannah

771
EBERHARDT,.

14
English Actors in the French Revolu-

NOVEL, the, The Present State of.

149

tion,

387 Necker, Madame

343

Emerson, Ralph Waldo

579 New Guinea, The Future of :

762

Elephants,

822

OLD Age in Animals,

574

FLORENCE, the Façade of the Duomo Oxus Bridge, The .

703

at, Unveiling of
Fisheries, Russian

381 PARSON, The Country, as he was and as

French Revolution, the, English Actors

he Is,

131

in

387 Polo, Marco,

195

Funny Sayings and Answers by Juve- Pascal, the Sceptic,

284

Passion,

313

Fine Art, Ministry of, Gambier Parry's 507 Physicai Deterioration of the Lower
Flamingoes at Home,

Classes,

384
Peculiar People, A

682

GUNPOWDER, The New

255 Parry's, Gambier, Ministry of Fine Art, 707

Grey Fur,

785

QUEER Relationships, .

568

HUGH, St., The Chartreuse of, in Sus-

sex,

24 REALISM and Idealism,

109

Homer the Botanist,

301 Richard Cable, the Lightshipman, 139, 205
Humorist, A Jewish

444

290, 351, 437, 465, 561, 632, 689, 748

Health-Resort, A, out of the Season, 757 Russian Fisheries,

Heine's Visit to London,

807 ) Relationships, Queer

.

576

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Fifth Series,
Volume LX.

No. 2258. - October 1 & 8, 1887.

From Beginning,

Vol. OLXXV.

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CONTENTS.
I. MGR. DUPANLOUP,

Church Quarterly Review,
II. EBERHARDT. Conclusion,

Blackwood's Magazine, .
III. THE CHARTREUSE OF ST. HUGH IN SUS..
SEX,

Month, .
IV. MAJOR AND MINOR. By W. E. Norris.
Part IX.,

Good Words,
V. A VISIT IN A Dutch COUNTRY HOUSE, English Illustrated Magazine,
VI. IN VERMLAND,

Cornhill Magazine,
VII. AMIEL,

Macmillan's Magazine, .

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SHE AND I.

SEA-DREAMS.
Hot noon upon a great green sea of glass :
No wavelet stirs the levels of sun-gold;
The waters, lying wide and foamless, hold
White pictures of the sea-gulls as they pass.

Far off, a long brown line of rocky land
Capped with red gables and a grey church-

spire;
A mountain with its pinnacles of fire
Behind'a wilderness of yellow sand.

Why do I love my love so well?

Why is she all in all to nie? I try to tell, I cannot tell,

It still remains a mystery. And why to her I am so dear

I cannot tell, although I try, Unless I find both answers here

She is herself, and I am I. Her face is very sweet to me,

Her eyes beam tenderly on mine; But can I say I never see

Face fairer, eyes that brighter shine? This thing I surely cannot say,

If I speak truth and do not lie; Yet here I am in love to-day,

For she's herself, and I am I. It cannot be that I fulfil

Completely all her girlish dreams; For far beyond my real still

Her old'ideal surely gleams. And yet I know her love is mine,

A flowing spring that cannot dry: What explanation? This, in fine

She is herself, and I am I.

And out amid the sea the silver trace
Of one small boat that slowly leaves the

shores,
Urged by the drowsy dip of rhythmic oars:
And in the boat two sitting face to face.

SIDNEY A. ALEXANDER. Cassell's Magazine.

THE ROAD TO WESTMINSTER ABBEY.
O RAYAL in thy life and love and grief,
Thou tender heart and type of womanhood,
Who teachest sovereignly the sovereign good
Of changeless constancy and high belief,
And simple eagerness to bring relief
Wherever sorrow is, and send the food
That hunger cries for which is understood
Of thee, beloved, thee — of mourners chief !

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I saw thee go in dazzling pageantry
To give God thanks that he, for fifty years,
Has given England to thee, of his grace.
Said I, I saw thee? — Nay, I saw not thee,
Nor long that splendor — 1, through sudden

tears,
Saw only at thy side the empty place.
Pall Mall Gazette.

E. R. C.

INDECISION.
IN ARRAN.

INVISIBLE, unspeakable, whose voice
THE scent of heather from the purple hills

In the soft murmur of this neighboring sea, Blends with the sweet, strong breathings of

From the beginning everlastingly the sea.

Is thy own witness, energize my choice: The lark in heaven, the plover on the lea,

Even now, by more than half the allotted span Stray into silence, as the star that stills

Wisely assigned, the unreturning years

In timorous doubts and all too scrupulous All labor, with her silvern lamp fulfils

fears Her kindly task, and men from toil are free. Now gorgeous clouds like Tyrian tapestry

Have dwindled sore my little term of man. Engird the sun, whose light upon them thrills Richer and fairer as he leaves their halls, Must it be ever thus? even to the end Till all the glory vanishes; and lo!

Fearing to do aught lest I do the wrong, Swathed in a cloud, the little moon, new- Shall I my spirit's patrimony spend ? born,

Arise, O God! this hour and make me Steals timidly around the starry walls,

strong:
Until the first cool herald breeze shall blow Let me this hour to fruitful usury lend

Upon the golden eyelids of the morn. One talent in the napkin buried long.
Chambers' Journal.
J. T. LEVENS.

Spectator.

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