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82702 UNIVERSITY MAGAZINE,
Literary and Political Journal.
JULY TO DECEMBER, 1871.
GEORGE HERBERT, 117, GRAFTON STREET
HURST & BLACKETT, LONDON.
INDEX TO VOL. LXX VIII.,
Æolian Music (Poetry), 401.
326, 466, 580, 686.
the East (The), 705.
AND REAPING THE WHIRLWIND, Chaps.
XXXVII., XXXVIII., XXXIX., 374.
Chap. II., Nelly Lufton ; Chap. III.,
Chap. VIII., The Lost Key-Stone, 614.
Later Revelations of Pompeii (The), 472.
from A.D. 1189 to 1870, 61, 174, 290,
Norman Poetry; Henry Beauclerc and his Trouvères ; Geoffrey of Monmouth and his Romance; The Materials for Geoffrey's History; How Geoffrey was valued by his Contemporaries; Robert Wace; Walter Map and his Labours; The Contributions of Chrestien de Troyes; Pagan Myths the source of Christian Legends; The First Rough Sketch of the “San Graal ;” The “San Graal” in its Maturity'; The Early Eng. lish Text Society, and their Labours;
PHILOSOPHER (The). A Novel.-Chap.
VI., Another Arrival at the “ Cherubim and Seraphim ;" Chap. VII., Pearly Tom sees strange sights ; Chap. VIII.. Communion with the Dead ; Chap. IX., Killing no Murder; Chap. X., Storms and Havens; 99.-Chap. XI., I am Fettered to the Ground; Chap. XII., Can “ Elsie " be a contraction of “ Margherita”? Chap. XIII., I am consoled by a Philosopher and by a Mistress, 201. Chap. XIV., A Gaol and a Bludgeon ; Chap. XV., Can Mr. Littlemore's alas be • Faust?" Chap. XVI., “Goodbye" in Merringham becomes epidemic. Book IV.-Cross-Hatching.–Chap. I., Atra Nox! Chap. II., A Divine Flame burns very dimly; Chap III., “No Thoroughfare” is met with on a road which would have led to—what? 439.Chap. IV., Arcades Ambo; Chap. V., A Thrust and a Parry ; 569.–Chap. VI., The Poetry of & Love ; Chap, VII., Thunder in a Clear Sky, 671.