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The Story of our Lives from

Year to Year.”—SHAKESPEARB.

ALL THE YEAR ROUND.

A Weekly Journal.

CONDUCTED BY

CHARLES DICKENS.
WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED HOUSEHOLD WORDS.

old series vol 136 NEW SERIES. ..

VOLUME XVI.

From March 18, 1876, TO SEPTEMBER 9, 1876.

Including No. 381 to No. 406.

LONDON: PUBLISHED AT No. 26, WELLINGTON STREET ; AND BY MESSRS. CHAPMAN & HALL, 193, PICCADILLY.

1876.

THE NEW YORK
PUBLIC LIBRARY

60021
ASTOR, LENOX AND
14,1 DATIONS

CIARLES DICKENS AND EVANS,

CRYSTAL PALACE PRESS.

CONTENTS.

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ACADEMY, Royal, First At Dr. Guillotine and the Sanson Health, Precepts to Preserve. 224

tempts to Found the

270 Family

Hemp, Japanese. .

. 96

Academy, Private View of the Dr. Hali on How to Live Long :

Henry the Fourth of France 249

Royal .

Dress in the Days of Louis the Hill Forts, Ancient British

474

Across Siberia

197

Fourteenth

251 Hogarth, Letters of .

270

Actors, Bad Times for .. 103 Duke of York and the Turf

156

Honiton Lace

Adam Kok's Rising

280

Dyspepsia

227

127

:

Hop Gardens

Hops and Beer

After the Derby

EARLY to Bed

Horse Racing. Royal Patrons

Age of Ice, The

Early to Rise

How to Live Long

224

Albert Hall,

Early Workers

591

Hunting for Truffles.

Albert Memorial, The.

Eat Slowly,

Hygienic Precepts . .

Almanacs, Italian

Earth. "changes of Climate

113

Amusements : A Paper Read by Earth, The Geodesy

136 ICR Agg, The

Mr. Henry Irving

Eating and Drinking.

227 India, Railway Travelling in .

Animals, Prevention of Cruelty Ecru Lace . .

354 India. Scenes at Railway

to

326

.

Edmund Kean

80

Stations .

.

Are we Ready?:

Eggs on the Island o

399

India, The Army i

Army in India, The

300

Eminent Pirates. .

127 Indian Muslin

25

Army, Militia, Volunteers, &c.

English Diet in Cromwell's Time 125 India, Sir Salar

421

Artists' Letters .

270 Epsom Carnival, The .

276 Indian Tea.

614

Art-Critics,

• 254

Eton College . .

229 Irving (Mr.), on Amusements 133

At the Royal Academy :

254 Eton. Head Masters.

230 Italian Almanacs

150

Athos, A Visit to Mount . . 487 Eton Montem .

Italian Lace .

210

Executioner. Sanson

Italian Way to become Beautifui 150

BAKED Pig. An Old Receipt. 126 Exhibition of Children's Nee

Ball at the Guildhall.

work . . . . . . 390 JAPANESE Life, The Poetical

Ball Rooms. Almack's, &

556

Side of

Barclay and Perkins, Hist

:

FASHION. A Sermon,

:

Japanese Industries :

Bath "Au Lait," The. . 252 Fashions in Louis t

Johnson, Dr., and Mrs. Thrale.

Bavarian Secret Society . 521 teenth's Time.

Bed Room, Receptions in . . 253 Female Pirates

KAFFIB Revolt

280

Beer .

Fishmongers' H

Kean (Mr.), the Tragedian : 79

Beginning of the World. New

Speech at .

Keep your Mouth Shut

226

Zealand Beliefs

178 Fish Farms.

Kid, the Pirate . . . .

127

Blackbeard, the Pirate

Fishponds, How to Construct . 159 King of the Eggs

399

Board Schools. Sewing Show. 380 Flag-talk

. . . 463 Kirmess Festival, The

448

Bobbin Lace

Foreign Jack

295

:

:

: :

. . . 538

Book of the Play.

:

apters on Lace

206

LACE, History of

Booth (Mr.), the A

206, 249, 294,

Lace-making in England .'

Breeding of Fish,

Freshwater Fish, Value of .

Lady in the White Shawl. A

Brussels Lace : : 228, 353 French Revolution. Executions

Story . . . . .

Laughing

CAPTAIN KID, the Pirate.

GAMBLING Tables at Monaco . Laundry, The Children's . .

Carp .

. 162 Game of Brag. A Story.

Legends of New Zealand .. 176

Charles the second at Neri “Gentleman of the Name of

"Le Premier Pas"

556

market ,

156 Booth" . . . .

Charles the second, Dress in

Letters and Letter-W

.

Geodesy

136 Lloyd's.

the Time of

295 George the Fourth and the Turf Lloyd's List.

Chichester

470 German Festival. The Kirmese 448 Live Long. Maxims.

224

Children's La

591 German Secret Society

521 London Board Schools

390

Children's Sewing Show . . 390 Glacial Period, The . .

113 Louis the Fourteenth. D

China, Northern Regions of 200 Goodwood .

469 the Period

China, Overland Journey to

Goodwood House

472 Louis the Sixteenth, Execution

"City Companies, History and Going to the City Ball

346 of . . . .

Traditions of the

511

Green Coffee Cup, The. A

493

Closer than a Brother. A Story 84, 109 Griffith's Double. A Serials

Malt and Hops.

Coffee-Houses, The Old

by Mrs. Cashel Hoey

Man-Eater. A Story

Cold and Warmth

228

41, 67, 92, 116, 139, 173, 189, 211, 235, Maxims. How to Live

224

Collisions at Sea.

413 259, 284, 309, 331, 355, 378, 403, 426, Mechlin Lace .

297

Constable, the Artist, Letters of 270 451, 475, 500

Menaced Frontiers

562

Cooking by the Sun's Heat 490 Guildhall, The Ball at.

346 Militia, Tho.

Cookery in Old Times

125 Guilds of London

532 Millbank, Records of

304

Critics' Day at the Academy 255 Guipure Lace .

Monaco, Gambling at.

Cromwell's Cookery-Book

Guillotine, History of the . . 6 More Work for the Sun

Cruelty to Animals ..

S26

My Predecessor. A Story.

HABERER. Secret Society.

My Zulu Chawles

DANCING. At Almack's . . 556 Haydon, the Artist, Letters of

Derby Scenes

275 Headmasters of Eton.

NEEDLEWORK by Children of the

Drama under Difficu

102 | Health Maxims.

224 | London Board Schools , . 390

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wmarket Palace

. 156
w Zealand Book of Genesis. 178
w Zealand Legends and
Proverbs. .
zam's Dominion

Royalty, Some Troubles of
Ruffs, Fashion of Wearing.
Rule of the Road. .
Run to Mount Athos. .

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atorical Oddities . . .

RIS to Pekin, through Siberia 198

trons of the Turf

154

asant Tribunal .

521
nalties of Princehood
g, Baked. An Old Receipt.

Icebe : Girl and Wife. A Serial

Story, by Percy Fitzgerald. 1, 25,

19, 73, 97, 121, 145, 169, 193, 217, 241,
:65, 289, 313, 337, 361, 385, 409, 433,
167, 481, 524, 549, 572, 596, 617'
low Lace,
ates, Tales of

i . . . 127
ly, A Book of the
etical Side of Japanese Life, 841
pular Festival in Germany - 4
eaching in Sleep ,

493
evention of Oruelty to Animals
Society
ince Boltikoff.' A story: :
ince, The Penalties of a. 370
Prince's ” Skating Rink.

13

overbs of New Zealand.

175

ison-Breaking.

301

iyate Views at the

Academy.

ritans and the Drama : : 103

EEN Anne, Ladies' Head-dresses

n the time of . . . . 351

CES. Derby Scenes . . 275

cing, Royal Patrons of ..

ilway Travelling in India . 219

tcliff-Highway, Foreign Jack

539
vaillac . . . .

249
ceipts for Cooking :

125
cords of Eton College

229
markable Adventurers:
Some Eminent Pirates.
gister of Shipping .
ce Crops of Japan.
ng in Opals. A Stor

36

sing Early, The Maxim

225

ok's Hill.

yal Academy Private Views: 254

vyal Academy :

Bogarth's Opinions respecting 270

yal Patrons of the Turf
yal Racers .

. 154
yal Society for the Prevention
of Cruelty to Animals

VALENCIENNES Lace . .
Volunteers, The · · · · 44
WARMTI and Old Age
Washing at the Children's

Laundry
Wealth and Health
Westminster Abb

Effigies in
What He Cost Her. ' A Seriai

Story, by the Author of "Lost
Sir Massingberd,” “At Her
Mercy,” “Halves," &c. . 505, 529,
553, 577, 601

Who's Lloyd

Window Gardening : : : 595

Zulus, The . . . . . 280

439

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AUTHOR OF “NEVER FORGOTTEN,” “THE SECOND

MRS. TILLOTSON," &c. &c.

PHEBE: GIRL AND WIFE. keep up your painting," was often the

speech of an affectionate mamma, as her BY PERCY FITZGERALD,

eye settled on the red cloak of the peasant in the foreground, which was entirely Mr.

Stippler's work, splashed in desperately to 11 CHAPTER IX. BREAKING-UP DAY AT HAND. I save the whole

MEANWHILE, the school was approaching So, too, with the music. Mr. Canova that wished-for period when “finishing” had a number of easy pieces in what might was suspended for the vacation; and the be called the “Ba-ba black-sheep" style, young ladies-save, of course, a few casuals The Maiden's Prayer, Trickling Drops, &c., 1 with officious guardians, or whose parents which he hammered painfully into the lived about the Equator or the Antipodes fingers of his pupils. Through these ?

-were to go home. Now began those they contrived to pick their steps. But he i processes, which were to convince the devised more ambitious displays for the

parents that their money and affectionate day of Exhibition, when the strangers interest had been well in yested. The were present, by, as it were, touching up drawing-master had gathered up all those the pieces with his own hands, just as the laboured pencil-scratchings—the crooked drawing-master did for his department. trees, whose boughs and foliage were as These were the compound performances of solid and heavy as the houses beside them; two pianofortes, or duets on a single one, the houses which were as crooked and in all of which Canova officiated, and took crazy as the trees; the smirched water- | the burden on himself. colour drawings, awful medley of tones So with the elocution teachers, Mr. and and spots-and had taken them home with Mrs. Siddons-Jones, and the French and him. On the great day, all would lie other masters, and the Oxford B.A., who on the table, fair, clean, and beautiful; the looked after the Latin and Greek, or the crooked portions made straight, the trees little scraps of those languages. All was blooming with airy foliage, the houses with a view to “finishing." If á ha relieved with bold bits of colour dashed in some display were but secured on that day, with a free touch; and all charmingly when so many distinguished people were trimmed and mounted on the snowiest assembled, the parents, as Miss Cooke Bristol board. A miracle! At first the knew, would be content. pupil might rub her eyes, and scarcely Now, too, the examinations were on; and recognise her production; but time and the few “hot-house" girls, who were to praise would accustom her to accept it; support the reputation of the establishment, the thing being richly framed and hung were already marked out for prizes. Thus, up, Mademoiselle, having given up the the daughter of Mr. and Lady Juliana “accomplishment” altogether, gradually Mann-he was "in the diplomacy"-was of begins to confound her own touches with rather a pedantic turn; and it was surely

those of the master, and complacently natural that she should bear off the history 11 accept praises for those early works. premium. Mr. Mann had promised to at

“What a pity, Georgina, you did not tend, and it would really be interesting

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