Harper's Monthly April 1889

Harper's Monthly April 1889
Product Code: 1889
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Publisher-Printing Location:  Harper & Brothers, New York
Date and Numbering: April, 1889 Volume LXXVIII, Number CCCCLXVII
Size and Page Count: 6.5 X 10 Tall, 229 pages, the back cover with advertisements and statement of Harpers New Monthly Magazine
Condition: Good, binding good, cover has a tear at spine, small address label on front cover, pages have little foxing
Illustrations Information:approx.56 wood engravings

  ----An excellent opportunity for the collector, researcher or historian----

Articles and Information:

Washington's inauguration  -By John Bach McMaster
Poem:  Exiles -By William Hamilton Hayne
Characteristic Parisian cafes -By Theodore Child
Jupiter lights (XIII-XVI)  -By Constance Fenimore Woolson
The family physician  -By Andrew Heermance Smith
A little journey in the world (I-II) -By Charles Dudley Warner
Footprints in Washingtonland -By Moncure Daniel Conway
Anne  -By Rebecca Harding Davis
Poem: A snow sonnet  -By Nina Frances Layard
Poem:Most sweet it is with unuplifted eyes  -By William Wordsworth  (with illustration)
Tangier and Morocco. Leaves from a painter's note-book  -By Benjamin Constant
A commercial union -By Thomas Dunn English
Gabions of Abbotsford
Introduction  -By Mary Monica Maxwell Scott
Gabions of Abbotsford. A hitherto unpublished fragment -By Walter, Sir Scott
Poem: Childe Mihu  -By Elizabeth Wormeley Latimer
Flying under water -By John Russell Coryell
Norway and its people (third paper) -By Bjrnstjerne Bjrnson
Poem:  The king's revel  -By Charles Washington Coleman
Poem: Song  -By Annie Fields
Editor's easy chair  -By George William Curtis
Editor's study/Review  -By William Dean Howells
Monthly record of current events
Editor's drawer  -By Charles Dudley Warner
Editor's drawer/Poem : A hint  -By John Kendrick Bangs
A new kind of elephant  -By David Ker
Robespierre as a poet
Editor's drawer/Poem :  The rose  -By Maximilien Robespierre
Rough on Scribuler
Two stand-points
Editor's drawer -By Philip Henry Welch
A remarkable and wonderful child
A question of room
Delicate attention to the author
A European trip doubtful
Wherein her success lay
'Way beyond it
By Philip Henry Welch
Editor's drawer/Poem: True to Brother Spear  -By Will Carleton
Cartoon:  Art students in Paris
Editor's drawer/Poem  :Piety   la mode -By M.E. W.
Literary notes -By Laurence Hutton


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