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INDEX TO VOLUME XVII.

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A Lawyer's Journal.-K. R. L.
All Souls' Night.-M. R. Martin. 81
A Love Story.— Henrietta Hardy. -

101, 143, 273, 395, 513, 641
An English View of an English In-
stitution.-B. M.

665
An Ideal Thanksgiving.-B. M. 541
An Italian Salon of the Sixteenth

Century.—Lady Blanche Murphy, 581

A Trip Across the Great West, 619

At the Ranch.-H. J. Shellman, 554

A Very Hard Case. - 1. Everett

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Paganini.- M. C. R.

Phantom Violets.-K. R. L.

639, 763

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Heigh.ho!–G. W. Archer, M. D. 420
Henry Timrod.-Lott Warren, 673

355

Poe's “Politian.”. 7. H. Ingram, 588

Quite by Accident.-K. R. L. 728

Reign of Law in Thought.-P.

· 579

PAGR.

PAOL

488
498

358

458

REVIEWS:- A Group of Poets, 122. Sir Philip Sidney.- P. Brynberg

Capen's History of Democracy, 505. Porter,
Cartoons, 759. Constantinople, 125. Sonnet.-Sam'ı Selden, m. .
Cosmo de' Medici, 630. Darwin's In- Sovereignty.--7. R. M. 194, 556
sectivorous Plants, 635. French at St Aubyn's Faith.-Barton Grey. 663
Home, 510. Gautier's Constantino-
ple, 125. Gildersleeve's Persius, 125. The Devils of Loudun.- E. H. L. 295
Harwood, 254. Handbook of Punc. The Golden Furrow. Edward
tuation, 762. Hayne's Mountain of Spencer,
the Lovers, 380. History of Democ- The Great Desert of Lüneberg:-
racy, 505. Horne's Cosmo de' Medici, Susan Archer Talley,
630. Insectivorous Plants, 635. Lacy The Lady Riberta's Harvest.
Diamonds, 509. Life and Theories of Margaret 7. Preston,

77
Richard Wagner, 119

Madame Ré. The Last Confederate Flag on the
camier and Her Friends, 634. Mem. Atlantic, -R. S. R.

56, 129
orial Virginia Military Institute, 504.

The Moral Element of the Greek
Miller's Metaphysics, 249. Mirror of Tragedy.-L. W.

225
a Mind, 252. Mountain of the Lovers, V The Negro in his Religious Aspect.
380. Notes on Paris, 247. O'Hara -" Cheveux Gris?',
and His Elegies, 638. Principia, 502. The Reign of Law in Thought.-P. 579
Recent Origin of Man, 508. Satires The Sinews of War. Kinahan
of Persius, 125. Stedman's Victorian Cornwallis,
Poets, 754. Taine's Notes on Paris, The Ways of Wall Street.-lin-
247. Tennyson's Queen Mary, 372. ahan Cornwallis,

167, 346
Unseen Universe, 250.

Victorian Three of Shahspeare's Merry Men.
Poets, 754. Virginia Military Insti- - Prof. C. Woodward Hutson,

46
tute Memorial, 504. Wagner's Life Trip Across the Great West,

619
and Theories, 119. Whiteladies, 507.
Wright's Principia, 502

Unfaithful.-Sydney Bernal,

613
Revolutionary Service of a Virginia
Soldier,

602 Very Hard Case, A.-1. Everett
Pearson,

206
Scottish and Scandinavian Pictures.

-Prof. 7. A. Harrison, 1, 257, 385 Ways of Wall Street, The -Kin-
Sinews of War -Kinahan Corn.

ahan Cornwallis,

167, 346
zvallis,

69

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THE

SOUTHERN MAGAZINE

JULY

SCOTTISH AND SCANDINAVIAN PICTURES.

I.

1.- SEA AND LAND.

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sea. Everything

stairs ; the

walk on.

O most persons, the sea is a horror of rocking and see-sawing. grows green and takes the aspect of Stilton cheese. There is no hope on the horizon. Above, the sky; beneath, the see-sawing, sliding

see-saws and slides. The pantry labors under a nightmare of groaning crockery; the kitchen hisses with tilting vessels throwing off clouds of steam; the saloon is an earthquake below

steerage is a catacomb buried beneath the sea, and yet alive with hideous motion. Upstairs, the world walks horizontally; downstairs, it walks on its head, or whatever else it may have left to

An effort to go down the grand-saloon staircase, with its metallic matting and brass knobs, becomes a delirious fight into the arms of ascending chambermaids and gruel. Around, on the cushions of the deck-saloon, coil knots of misery in the shape of

Women, hysterical women, women with headaches, women with lemons, women with eyes like poppies or sunflowers, according as the blood or the bile is in the ascendant; women with heads lower than their feet, desperately trying to ward off sea-sickness ; women with dismal heads wrapped in dowdy nubias, and looking wearily on the weary sea; women clutching greasy books bound in brown leather

, and making herculean efforts to forget their stomachs ; women lying outstretched, scrap-bags of indistinguishable waterproofs and mackin

forlorn

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