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The Century : a Popular Quarterly : Volume 0026, Issue 2 June 1883: The Century

By The Century Company

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Title: The Century : a Popular Quarterly : Volume 0026, Issue 2 June 1883: The Century  
Author: The Century Company
Volume: Volume 0026
Language: English
Subject: Non Fiction, American Periodicals, Classical
Collections: Periodicals: Journal and Magazine Collection (Contemporary), The Century; A Popular Quarterly Collection
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Publisher: The Century Company


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Company, T. C. (1883). The Century : a Popular Quarterly : Volume 0026, Issue 2 June 1883. Retrieved from

Description: The Century Magazine was first published in the United States in 1881 by The Century Company of New York City as a successor to Scribner's Monthly Magazine.

Table of Contents
Table of Contents: Living English Sculptors Edmund W. Gosse, pp. 163-185 -- At Teague Poteet's. A Sketch of the Hog Mountain Range Joel Chandler Harris, pp. 185-194 -- With an Introduction by by Theodore Thomas Theodore Thomas, pp. 194-195 -- On the Training of Children's Voices William L. Tomlins, pp. 195-198 -- Evening John Vance Cheney, pp. 198 -- The Old Tree John Vance Cheney, pp. 198 -- One John Vance Cheney, pp. 198 -- Summer Noon John Vance Cheney, pp. 198-199 -- Father Junipero and his Work H. H., pp. 199-216 -- On Severn's Last Sketch of Keats Edith M. Thomas, pp. 216-218 -- The Great South Gate George W. Cable, pp. 218-233 -- A Woman's Reason W. D. Howells, pp. 233-248 -- To a Hyacinth, Plucked for Decoration Day H. C. Bunner, pp. 248-249 -- England and Ireland James Bryce, M.P., pp. 249-265 -- The Correspondence of Carlyle and Emerson Henry James, pp. 265-272 -- Yesterday and To-Day Frances Hodgson Burnett, pp. 272-273 -- Split Zephyr Henry A. Beers, pp. 273-288 -- The Native Element in American Fiction James Herbert Morse, pp. 288-299 -- Both Sides of the Jury Question. Replies to Is the Jury System a Failure? H. E. S., Andrew Lipscomb, Edwin F. Bishop, J. L. Long, pp. 299-302 -- Rejoinder Albert Stickney, pp. 302-304 -- Dissolving Views Caroline A. Mason, pp. 304-305 -- Topics of the Time: The Present Aspect of the Irish Question pp. 305-307 -- Topics of the Time: Over-Organized School Systems pp. 307-308 -- Topics of the Time: Two Rich Men pp. 308-309 -- Open Letters: The Dynamite Policy P. T. Quinn, pp. 309 -- Open Letters: Nathaniel Hawthorne Again James Herbert Morse, pp. 309-311 -- Open Letters: Mr. Cable's Readings Charles Dudley Warner, pp. 311-312 -- Open Letters: Barnay as Mark Antony pp. 312 -- Open Letters: Indian Education and Self-Support A. C. Fletcher, pp. 312-315 -- Open Letters: The Galloping Horse in Art George Snell, pp. 315-317 -- Open Letters: Strangulatus Pro Republica Edward S. Gregory, pp. 317 -- Bric-A-Brac: Through the Wood William M. Briggs, pp. 317-318 -- Bric-A-Brac: A Horse Race at a Country Fair Joseph Penal, pp. 318 -- Bric-A-Brac: The Lady or the Tiger? Or Both? Joseph Kirkland, pp. 318 -- Bric-A-Brac: The Train Charles H. Crandall, pp. 318-319 -- Bric-A-Brac: Baboo Lore D. W. Howland, pp. 319-320 -- Bric-A-Brac: Look at Browning Richard Watson Gilder, pp. 320-322 -- -- --


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