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and new. Lond. Q. 38: 348.

and Ultramontanes. (A. P. Stanley) Contemp. 21 : 763.

and Vatican Council. (B. A. Hmsdale) Chr. Q. 4: 498.

Anglican Bishops among. Month, 17: 499.

in Germany. Theo. R. 9: 65.

Old Catholic Church. Lond. Q. 43: 177.

Old Catholic Conference at Bonn. See Bonn Conference,
1875.

Old Catholic Congress at Cologne. Cong, i: 641. (J.
Hunt) Contemp. 20: 923. (R. F. Littledale) Con-
temp. 20: 897.

Old Catholic Movement. Am. Church R. 25: 305. (J.
W. Nevin) Mercersb. 20: 240.

in Switzerland. (G. Cluseret) Eraser, 89: 364, 477.

Internal. R. i: 491. (H. Bellingham) Month, 34:

426. (E. Herzog) Am. Church R. 34: 127. 35: 205.

See Christian Catholic Church of Switzerland; Dul-

linger, J. J. I.
Old Catholicism. (F. H. Foster) Bib. Sac. 38: 51.

and Dr. Dollinger. (G. P. Fisher) Scrib. 22: 365.
Old Chartist. (G. Meredith) Once a Week, 6: 182.

Old Civilians. Fraser, 51: 105. Same art. Eel. M. 34:

318.

Old Colony Club. N. E. Reg. 4: 367.
Old Continents. (A. C. Ramsay) Contemp. 22: 198.
Old Contributor at the Seaside. Blackw. 78: 478-562.
Old Corehead's Fireside. (A.Cunningham) Lond. M.8:

5'3-
Old Court; a Novel. (W. H. Ainsworth) Bentley, 60:

33 J 44i, 55 1 - 6l: *-44i-
Old Cross-Fire. So. Lit. Mess. 7: 222.
Old Curiosity Shop. (C. Dickens) Mus. 38: 425. 39:

2I 9> 459- 4 o: 100-477. 41: 140-621.
Old Eagle. (Mrs. S. C. Hall) Colburn, 46: 32.
Old Elton's Post-Obit. Chamb. J. 44: 17.
Old English Gentleman. Tait, n. a. 8: 763.
Old Family Mansion. (F. A. Durivage) Godey, 25: 276.
Old Fan. (H. Stevenson) Lakeside, 7: 475.
Old-fashioned Story. (M. Stockton) Scrib. 6: 224.
Old Father Morris." (H. B. Stowe) Hogg, i: 237.
Old Feelings; a Poem. Internal. M. i: 112.
Old Flag; a Poem. (E. P. Thompson) Lakeside, 9: 336.
Old Flame. Chamb. J. 48: 417, 443, 460.
Old Fogies. (C. P. Cranch) Applelon, 19: 531.
Old Folks and young. Temp. Bar, 43 : 679. '
Old Folks' Party. (E. Bellamy) Scrib. ix: 660.
Old Fool. (F. F. Victor) Overland, 10: 501. n: 26.
Old Forest Playground. (G. W. Archer) N. Eel. 7: 343.
Old Garden. (G. MacDonald) Good Words, 13: 57.
Old Gardiston. (C. F. Woolson) Harper, 52: 662.
Old German Professor, Leaves from the Life of. (Miss

Jurgensen) Galaxy, 20: 194.

Old Governess. (H. Martineau) Internal. M. 2: 163.
Old Grethe's Family. (H. C. Andersen) Colburn, 146: 636.
Old Haunt; a Poem. Internal. M. i: 303.
Old Heavy. Hogg, 2: i.

Old Higson's Will; a Yachling Tale. Benlley, 62: 155.
Old Hooker's Ghosl. Bentley, 58: 637.
Old House by the River. Lond. Soc. 18: 64, 171.
Old House of Dark Brothers. Dub. Univ. 46: 598, 664.

Same art. Liv. Age, 48: 208.
Old House on Denmark Hill. (Mrs. G. J. Gunthorpe)

Colburn, 154: 403, 505.
Old Houses. So. Lit. Mess. 5: 793.
Old Houses reslored. Irish Mo. 4: 650. 5: 26.
Old Jacob; a Slory. (H. G. Adams) Peop. J. 8: 295.
Old Janet. (M. W. Carpenter) Overland, 13: 132.
Old Japanese Cabinet; a Tale. (J. G. Bourinol) Canad.

Mo. 12: 139.
Old John Bull ; a Slory. Corah. 4: 295.



Old Joquelin's Bequest; a Tale of Woman. Cornh. 39:

681. Same art. Liv. Age, 141: 782.
Old Judge; or Life in a Colony. (T. C. Haliburton)

Fraser, 33: 505. 35: 141, 308, 429. 36: 76-576.
Old Kensington; a Tale. (A. I. Thackeray) Cornh. 25:

385-641. 26: 1-641. 27: 1-385. Harper, 44:

905. 45: 120-883. 4 6: 79-878- 47: 86.
Old King's Arms. Liv. Age, 51 : 284.
Old Ledger. (A. H. Forrester) Bentley, 9: 54, 507. 10:

49-628.

Old Letters. (E. Youatt) Dub. Univ. 27: 25.
Old Lieutenant and his Son. (N. Macleod) Good Words,

2: 256-667.

Old Lobsterman. (J. T. Trowbridge) Allan. 36: 175.
Old Love again. (Mrs. P. Cudlip) Harper, 41: 236-688.
Old Loves and old Letters. Genl. M. n. s 9: 212, 285,

394-

Old Loves of our Loves. Cornh. 17: 487.
Old Madelaine. (Mrs. S. C. Hall) Colburn, 52: 453.
Old Magdalen's Story of the Scottish Crown. Victoria,

19: 424.
Old Maid. Victoria, 32: 341.

Confessions of an. (E. O'Hara) Peop. J. 8: 3.

from Principle; a Tale. Chamb. J. 8: 234.

in the Winding-Sheet. New Eng. M. 9: 8.

Revery of an. Liv. Age, 31: 411.

Whal she should be. Chamb. J. 48: 493.
Old Maid's Diary. Si. James, 21 : 241, 305.

Old Maid's first Love; a Story. Chamb. J. 16: 386.

Old Maid's Holiday. (W. E. Norris) Bclgra. 39: 319.

Old Maid's Story." Blackw. 24: 835.

Old Maid's Story. Tiusley, 21 : 533.

Old Maids. (E. L. Linton)"Belgra. 29: 473. (M. Eyre)
Sharpe, 29: 38. Bentley, 45: 344. Blackw. 112:
94. Same art. Liv. Age, 114: 286. (E. B. Hall)
Peop. J. II : 229. Dub. Univ. 56: 702. Hogg,
i: 281. So. Lit. Mess. 3: 473.

Essay on. (K. van Draecken) Canad. Mo. 4: 179.

Ideas about. Chamb. J. 56: 225.

Traditionary Usage of. Once a Week, 25: 248.

What shall we do with our ? (F. P. Cobbe) Fraser,

66: 594. Same art. Eel. M. 58: 204.
See Maids, Old and young* Women, Single.
Old Major Curtis; a Tale of the Southern Rebellion. (E.

N. Lament) Belgra. 15: 166.

Old Man Gram. (J. T. Trowbridge) Harper, 56: 225.
Old Man Mountain, Under Ihe Shadow of. Lond. Soc.

40: 410.
Old Man's Bequest; a Slory of Gold. Dub. Univ. 36: 69.

Same art. Internal. M. 1 : 106. Same art. Harper,

i: 387.
Old Man's Darling; a Novel. (A. W. Dubourg) Temp.

Bar, 48: 125-546. 49: 74-196-

Old Man's Darling; a Tale. Chamb. J. 50: 641, 659.
Old Man's Dealh ; a Tale. (A. Carey) Internal. M. 4: 529.
Old Man's Slory. Dub. Univ. 1 : 655.
Old Man's Story. St. James. 3: 113.
Old Man's Wooing. (C. L. Kellogg) Lakeside, 6: 230.
Old Manor House. Blackw. 40: 149.
Old Matthew's Puzzle; a Tale. St. James, 2: 473.
Old Men and Mummies. Colburn, 84: 450.
Old Meerschaum. (D. C. Murray) Gent. M. n. a. 21 : 513.
Old Meeting-House. (H. B. Stowe) Godey, 21: 61.
Old Monk in the Belfry. Blackw? 106: 409.
Old Museum. Putnam, 10: 36.

Old Murch's Treasure ; a Tale. All Ihe Year, 36: 373, 395.
Old News. New Eng. M. 8: 81, 170, 365.
Old Nurse's Story. (E. C. Gaskell) House. Words, 6: 583.
Old Peninsular Man. Belgra. 12: 184.
Old Queen Jeanne of Pau. (L. S. Costello) Bentley, 15:

164.
Old Ralph ; a Poem. (J. Goddard) Once a Week, 15: 176.



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Old Roger; a Poem. Blackw. 45: 106.

Old Sadler's Resurrection. (R. D. Minor) Lippinc. 7:

434. Same art. Broadw. 7: 270.
Old Saint Ann's Gateway. House. Words, 17: 24. Same

art. Liv. Age, 56: 403.
Old Saws new set. Chamb. J. 28: 150.
Old-School Affectations. (J. B. Owen) Ex. H. Lee. 15:

359-

Old School-House. (J. Swett) Pioneer, 3: 361.
Old Signs and old Saws. St. James, 12: 103.
Old Sir Douglas. (C. E. Norton) Macmil. 13: 177-485.

14: 1-439. 15: 52-381. 16: 62-474.
Old Sir Pierce. (D. Cook) All the Year, 40: supp. 25.
Old Snarley's Christmas. (W. E. Curtis) Lakeside, II : i.
Old Soldier. (T. Aird) Blackw. 71 : 236.
Old South Church, Boston. (C. F. Adams, jr.) Nation,

15: 346. (J. P. Quincy) Nation, 15: 384.
Old State Road; a Poem. (B. F. Taylor) Scrib. 8: 441.
Old Stone Jug; a Tale. (J. Seton) Cath. World, 26: 638.
Old Story, Old Boy's. (C. T. Congdon) Galaxy, 22: 372.
Old Tale with a new End. (C. Clarke) Temp. Bar, 19: 337.
Old Tenants of a desolate Hall. (H. F. Cox) Dub. Univ.

93: 619.

Old Things and new. (C. Beard) Unita. R. II : 305.
Old-Time New England Law Suit. Knick. 38: 383.
Old-Time Picture ; a Poem. (B. F. Taylor) Lakeside, 10: i.
Old Times. (R. H. Dana) No. Am." 5: 4.
Old Times and new. (W. Chambers) Chamb. J. 53: 257.

Dub. Univ. 93: 385.

Old Turnpike Road. (V. F. Townsend) Sharpe, 40: 302.

Old Uncle Hampshire. (S. B. Cooper) Overland, 9: 430.

Old Vanderhaven's Will. (M. E. Penn) Argosy, 30: 475.

Old Volunteer. (M. H. Eastman) Lippinc. z: 409.

Old Well. Atlan. 2: 605.

Old Wiley. (J. E. Cooke) Harper, 54: 677.

Old Willy. (A. F. Olmstead) So. Lit. Mess. 7: 30.

Old Woman who dried up and blew away. (G. Pratt)

Putnam, 5: 183.

Old Woman's Reminiscence. Chamb. J. 22: 155.
Old Woman's Story. (E. Townbridge) Sharpe, 30: 320.

Same art. Liv. Age, 67: 498.
Oldborough. Sharpe, 35: 305.
Oldcastle, Sir John, Lord Cobham, Life and Times of.

Eel. R. 80: 249.

Oldenburg, Public Instruction in. Am. J. Educ. 17: 519.
Oldenburgers, The last. Colburn, 130: 357.
Oldenhorn, How we mounted. Cornh. 9: 702.
Older England. (T. H. Pattison) New Eng. 39: 425.
Oldest Inhabitant. Sharpe, 50: 315.
Oldest Manuscript in the World. Chamb. J. 31 : 109.
Oldhalle, Sir Wm. (W. S. Walford) Arch. 37: 335.
Oldham, John, Poems of. (W. C. Bryant) 0. & N. 6: 329.
Olds, Edson B., with portrait. Dem. R. 37: i.
O'Leary, Arthur. Irish Q. 7: 686.

Life and Writings of. Dub. R. 64: 233.

Olin, Stephen. (J. M'Clintock) Meth. Q. 14: 9. Meth.
M. x: 4.

Death of. Meth. Q. li: 652.

Inaugural Address of. So. Lit. Mess, i: 15.

Life and Works of. (S. W. S. Dutton) New Eng.

12: 124.

Travels in the East. (S. Walcott) No. Am. 57: 491.

Cnr. R. 8: 402. Meth. Q. 3: 303, 402.
Oliphant, Laurence, Piccadilly. Blackw. 108: 401.
Oliphant, Margaret. Blackw. 113: 722.

Chronicles of Carlingford. Nat. R. 16: 350.

Margaret Maitland. Tait, n. s. 16: 759. Liv. Age,

35= 488.

Miss Marjoribanks. Chr. Rem. 52: 184.

Salem Chapel. Chr. Rem. 45: 403.

Works of. Brit. Q. 49: 301. Same art. Liv. Age,

101: 707. Colburn, 96: 164.



Olivaint, Peter. (M. Russell) Irish Mo. 7: 260.

Olive, Princess of Cumberland and Duchess of Lancaster.

(E. Walford) Gent. M. n. s. li: 170.
Olive Etherington ; a Tale. (L. H. Medina) So. Lit

Mess. 3: 569.

Olive Hurst. (A. Fraser) Tinsley, 18: 511.
Olives, Culture of. Once a Week, 7: 685.

in California. (V. F. Russell) Overland, 9: 207.

in Southern States. (M. King) De Bow, 3: 265.
Olive Oil. All the Year, 9: 260.

Olive-Tree. De Bow, 10: 86.

Disease of, in California, 1875. (W. G. Farlow) Am.

J. Sci. 112: 37.

Oliver Cromwell-; a Romance. Tait, n. s. 8: in.
Oliver Genealogy. (W. H. Whitmore) N. E. Reg. 19: 101.
Oliver Oakland; a Tale. Chamb. J. 43: 344.
Oliver Twist. (C. Dickens) with plates, Bentley, 1 : 105-

430. 2: 2-534. 3: 1-521. 4: 1-521. 5: 66-416.

Same art. Mus. 33: 113-505. 34: 89-534. 35 : 81.

The original. Am. Bibliop. 4: 259.

Oliver Yorke at Home. (F. S. Mahoney) Fraser, 27 : i.

at Paris. Fraser, 14: 662.

Colloquy with R. Southey. Fraser, 4: 113.

Conversation with Goethe. Fraser, 5: 22.

with W. S. Lander. Fraser, 4: 361.

Oliver's Ideal. Tinsley, 13: 460-577.

Olivers, Thomas, Cobbler, Poet, and Methodist Hero.

(A. Stevens) Harper, 22: 67.
Olivia's Favor; a Tale of Hallowe'en. St. Paul's, 4:

629, 749. Same art. Liv. Age, 139: 207.
Olivianus, Caspar. (M. Gobel) Mercersb. 7: 394.
Oilier, Charles. Temp. Bar, 58: 243.

and Leigh Hunt (S. R. T. Mayer) St. James, 35: 387.
Ollivier, Emile. (G. M. Towle) Broadw. 2: 60. Ev.

Sat. 9: 94. with portrait, Appleton, 3: 271.
Olmsted, Denison, with portrait. (T. D. Woolsey) New
Eng. 17: 575. Am. J. Educ. 5: 367. (C. S. Ly-
man) Am. J. Sci. 78: 109.

Meteorological Lectures. Hunt, i: 529. 2: 128,233.

Natural Philosophy. Am. J. Sci. 23: 351.
Olrig Grange. Chamb. J. 49: 773.

Author of. Cong, i: 285.
Olviades, Don Paul. No. Am. 4: 159.

Olympia, Antiquities of, in Berlin Museum. (E. von
Curtius) Interaat. R. 4: i

Discoveries at. Ed. R. 149: 211. Quar. 150: 469.

(G.' Hirschfeld) Macmil. 37: 55.

Excavation of. (E. Curtius) Internat. R. 2: 840. 5:

20. Am. Arch. 7: 113-281. (J. T. Clarke) Am.
Arch. 9: 171.

Expedition to. Am. Arch. 3 : 127.

Sculptures of. (A. S. Murray) igth Cent. 8: 1008.

(E. Curtius) No. Am. 131: 484.

Olympia; a Novel. (R. E. Francillon) Gent. M. n. s.
12: 1-641. 13: 1-641.

Olympian Revels; aDramaticle. Lond. M. 7: 297.

Olympian System versus the Solar Theory. ( W. E. Glad-
stone) rgth Cent. 6 : 746.

Olympic Games in 1875. (J-P-Mahaffy) Macmil. 32: 324.

Olympus, Life at. (K. Franklin) Godey, 23: 29.

Olympu?, Mount, Henzey's Explorations. Colburn, 119:

393-

Ramble at the Foot of. Fraser, 36: 13.
O'Mailley. Grainne.the She-Pirate. Dub. Univ. 55: 387.
Oman of Glenalvon ; a Poem. (T. H. Farnham) Canad.

Mo. 20: 498.
Omar, Mosque of. (T. Lewin) Arch. 41 : 135.

Lamp made for, 1549. (C. D. Fortnum) Arch. 42: 387.

Omar Khayyam, Persian Poet. (H. S. Wilson) Con-
temp. "27: 559. Fraser, 81: 777. (W. G. Pal-
grave) Fraser, 83: 487. (S. J. Barrows) Uni'a.
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Omar Khayyam, Poems of. (A. M. Machar) Canad. Mo.
10: 399. (J. W. Chadwick) O. & N. 5: 611.
(C. E. Norton) No. Am. 109: 565.

The true. Eraser, 99 : 650.

Ombre, Pope's Game of. Temp. Bar, 39: 420. Macmil.

29: 262. Same art. Ev. Sat. 16: 174.
Omens. (J. F. Bowman) Overland, 8: 561. Appleton,

2: 138.

Dreams, Appearances, etc. Blackw. 58: 735.

Fatal. All the Year, 31: 520.

Historical Examples of. Dub. Univ. 75 : 231.

in Origins. (S. Cox) Cong. 4: i.

Omer Pacha and the Regeneration of Turkey. Bentley,
35: 385. Same art. Eel. M. 32: 255.

Transcaucasian Campaign of, Oliphant's. Fraser,54:7i.
Omnibus, In a City. Chamb. J. 44: 668.

In and on an. All the Year, 12: 567.

in London and Paris. All the Year, 22: 29.

Original. J. Frankl. Inst. 64: 411.

Philosophy of. (W. G. Simms) Godey, 23: 104.

Am. Mo. M. 3: 153.

two hundred Years ago. (Miss Sanderson) Cath.

World, 9: 135. Chamb. J. 28: 250. Same art.
Liv. Age, 55: 725.

An Upstairs. Chamb. J. 41 : 325.

Omnibuses. Tait, n. s. 3: 335. Chamb. J. 3: 369.
Same art. Liv. Age, 6: 244. Charab. J. 33: 228.

and 'Busmen. Cliamb. J. 49: 145.

of London. Chamb. J. 3: 369. (A. Wynter) Once

a Week, 10: 426.
Omnibus Conductor, Views of Life by an. Chamb. J.

22: 380.

Omnibus Orator. Temp. Bar, 20: 195.
Omnibus Sketches. Chamb. J. 8: 394.
Omnipotence, from the Sanskrit. (J. Bowring) Fraser,

47: 603.

Omnium, Jacob (pseud.). See Higgins, M. J.
Omphale; a Poem. Cornh. 28: 484.
O'Murtogh; a Poem. (R. Buchanan) Scrib. 5: 181.
On the Bay. (W. M. Fisher) Overland, 13: 377.
On the Beach. (C. S. Calverley) Dark Blue, 1 : 344.
Oh the Beach. (W. E. Henley) St. James, 37: 414, 476.
On the Brink; a Story (M. E. Braddon) Belgra. 12: 324.
On 'Change in Paris. House. Words, 14: 102.
On the Church Steps. (S. C. Halloweil) Lippinc. 12:

161, 343, 416.

On different Levels ; a Sketch. Dab. Univ. 90 : 267.
On Duty: a Tale. (L. P. Hale) O. N. 8: 182.
On the Edge of the Wilderness; a Poem. (W. Morris)

Fortn. n : 391.

On the Eve of All Saints. Tinsley, 9: 462.
On Guard; a Story. (J. Christian) St. James, 46: 223.
On an Infant. (W. E. Gladstone) Liv. Age, no: 255.
On Leave; a Tale. Belgra. 5 : 333.
On Leucadia when Sappho was young; a Poem. (A. H.

Louis) Atlan. 31: 428.

On a Melon Schooner. (B. Phillips) Harper, 55: 693.
On the misty Mountain ; a Tale. (G. Butler) Cath. World,

15: 705, 823.

On a Pair of Spectacles. (J. E. Babson) Atlan. 21 : 534.
On the Ridge. (C. F. Guernsey) Atlan. 32: 656.
On the Rocks; a Tale. (K. Hillard) Lippinc. 13: 363.

Same art. Victoria, 23: 214.

On the Sands. (Z. B. Buddington) Harper, 45: 225.
On the Sands. (Mrs. F. F. Victor) Lakeside, 6: 363.
On Sand Island. (S. J. Pritchard) Atlan. 39: 569.
On Sankota Head. (E. C. Gale) Lippinc. 17: 234.
On Silver Wings. (J. Goddard) Once a Week, 24: 19-

597. 25: 11-26.

On a spiteful Letter. (A.Tennyson) Once a Week, 18: 13.
On a Summer Day. Tinsley, n: 507.
On Suspicion. St. James, 7: 342.



On the Threshold. (Mrs. C. Jenkin) Lond. Soc. 1 : 19.
On the Voyage out. (Mrs. A. Phillips) Tinsley, 26: 559.
On the West African Coast. House. Words, 19: 510.
On the West Pier; a Tale. Temp. Bar, 49: 248.
On the Wing; a Southern Flight. (Mrs. Montgomery)

Cath. World, 19: 15-807. 20: 158.
On the Wings of the Wind. Lond. Soc. 21: 461.
On the wrong River; a Story. (C. F. Johnson, jr.)

Lippinc. 28 : 179.

Once and again. (H. Rosevelt) Lakeside, 5: 424.
Once and again. (C. W. Stoddard) Lippinc. 15: 345.
Once, and a Lifetime. (Mrs. A. Fraser) Tinsley, 19: 695.
Once upon a Time. (E. Cook) Once a Week, 3: 23.
Once upon a Time; a Poem. (T. Hood) Temp. Bar, 8: 348.
Ondaatje Family of Holland. Lond. Q. 56: 318.
Onderdonk, Bishop Benj. T., Martyrdom of. (L. Bacon)

New Eng. 3: 284.

One black Spot. House. Words, 3: 196.
One by One. (R. E. Francillon) Belgra. 37: 129.
One Chapter from Hester Hallam's Life. (J. A. A.

Wood) Cath. World, 18: 473.
One Christmas in Alice Luttrell's Life. (S. T. Smith)

Cath. World, 32: 538.

One Day at Arle. (F. H. Burnett) Scrib. 4: 541.
One Day solitary. (J. T. Trowbridge) Atlan. 31: 75.
One Eye and a green Cap. (E. Yates) Ev. Sat. n : 646.
One Farthing Damages. Lond. Soc. 30: 531.
One Fault; a Story. (Mrs. C. Martin) Irish Mo. 7: 206.
One good Turn deserves another. (A. A. Watts) Lond.

Soc. i: 192.

One-handed Flute-Player of Arques. Colburn, 5: 369.
One Heart for two Loves, Janin's. Blackw. 43: 208.
One in a Hundred. (E. Fawcett) Lippinc. 5: 660.
One-legged Dancers. (Saxe Holm) Scrib. 5: 337.
One-legged Men. Galaxy, n: 353.
One Life. (C. W. Stoddard) Overland, 6: 223.
One Man's Experience. Lond. Soc. 29: 43.
One more Chance. Liv. Age, 124: 120.
One Night. (J. Wilcox) Contin. Mo. 6: 67.
One Night. Lond. Soc. 19: 167.
One Night; a Poem. (A. T. Jones) Scrib. 5: 462.
One Night on the Stage. (H. Downes) Once a Week, i :

295. 317.
One of Miss Widgery's Evenings. (I. T. Hopkins) Scrib.

5: 191.

One of my Bygones. Victoria, 25: 1066.
One of my Clients. Sharpe, 50: 195.
One of the Family. (J. Payn) Chamb. J. 44: 481-788.
One of the Million. (C. Chesebrough) Contin. Mo. 2: 541.
One of the thirty Pieces. (W. H. Bishop) Atlan. 37: 43.
One of Two. (J. H. Friswell) Once a Week, 23: 1-468.

24: 6-273.

One out of Four. Tinsley, 6: 385.
One per Cent. (B. Price) Contemp. Sup. Pop. Sci. Mo.

i: 75-

One Room too many. Chamb. J. 48: 156.
One Summer by the Sea. ( A.O'Brien) Irish Mo.6: 451,473.
One Summer Month. Belgra. 15: 197. 326.
One too many. (E. W. Olney) Atlan. 42: 129.
One too many. (C. Chesebrough) Galaxy, 6: 759.
One versu* Two. (C. F. Woolson) Lippinc. 10: 213.
One Week an Editor. (R. H. Davis) Galaxy, 16: 652.
One who loved him. (F. J. Moore) Canad. Mo. 16: 188.
One Winter Night. Lond. Soc. 21: 121.
One Woman of the World. (K. P. Kereven) Lippinc. 4.

659.

One Year of a Life. Dub. Univ. 76: 44, 146.
Oneida, Steamer, Loss of. (T. A. Lyons) Scrib. 20: 750.

Poem on. (H. H. Goodrich) Lippinc. 6: 75.

Oneida and Troy Revivals. (J.Walker) Chr.Exam.4: 242.
Oneida Communism. (W. P. Garrison) Nation, 29: 154,

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Oneida Community, and American Socialism. (G. Smith)
Canad. Mo. 6: 425.

Mutual Criticism at. Galaxy, 22: 815.

Oneida Indians; Journal of Samuel Kirkland. Hist. M.

13: 37-

Legend of . Knick. 38: 139.

O'Neill, Elizabeth, the tragic Actress. Temp. Bar, 54:
243. (J. H. Stocqueler) Belgra. 19: 238. (T. P.
Grinsted) Bentley, 41: 642. Lond. M. i: 162.

Remembrance of. Blackw. 47 : 47.
O'Neill, Henry, Earl of Tyrone. See Tyrone.
O'Neill, Henry N., Obituary of. Art J. 32: 171.
O'Neils, Last of the. Colburn, 7: 515.
Oneiromancy. Eng. Dom. M. 3: 141, 327. Fraser, 19:

5*3-

Oneontah; an Indian Legend. Dem. R. 41: 244.
Oneota, Schoolcraft's. Am. Whig R. i: 90.
Onesiphorus, Case of. Am. Church R. 32: 343.
Ongaro, F. dalP, Revolutionary Poems of. (W. D. How-
ells) No. Am. 106: 26.
Oniaugara, Legend of. Fraser, 42: 503.
Only a Baby's Shoe. (S. Starr) Irish Mo. 7: 432.
Only a Bull-Dog. St. James, 27: 637.
Only a Clod. (M. E. Braddon) St. James, II : 3-411.

12: 3-411. 13: 3-456. 14: 66.
Only a Curate. (R. W. Braddeley) Belgra. 19: 529.
Only a Drop of Water. Victoria, 15: 253.
Only a Face. Tinsley, 6: 173.

Only a few Weeks. (F. Acton) Colburn, 159: 566-645.
Only a Fiddle; a Sketch. (C. Owen) Canad. Mo. 8: 505.
Only a Million. (C. Gibbon) Belgra. 44: 41. Same art.

Potter Am. Mo. 17: 57. Same art. Canad. Mo.

20: ii.
Only a Music-Master. (F. A.-Kortright) St. James, 39:

112, 225. 40: 39-646.

Only a Retrospect. (C. Harte) St. James, 40: 192.
Only a Tear. Once a Week, 30: 252-634.
Only a Work-Girl. (C. Lovell) Victoria, 28: 102-211.
Only an Artist. Loud. Soc. 30: 260, 297.
Only an Episode. (L. Kip) Overland, 10: 416.
Only an Insect; a Poem. (G. Allen) Canad. Mo. 6: 521.
Only Daughter; a Scottish Tale. Fraser, 3: 44.
Only for a Week. Once a Week, 13: 156.
Only for the Season. Lond. Soc. 16: 385.
Only Haifa Woman. (E. King) Scrib. 7: 82.
Only Jean. Blackw. 123: 344. Same art. Eel. M. 90:

568. Liv. Age, 137: 15.
Only Nell. All the Year, 37: 443.
Only no Love. (A. I. Wester) Lippinc. 3: 638. 4: 86.
Only Son. Dub. Univ. 57: 142-658. 58:16-598. Same

art. Liv. Age, 69: 131-669. 70: 94,352,621. 71:

"7,407, 595-

Only ten Minutes. Lond. Soc. 40: supp. i.
Only too true. Temp. Bar, 17: 244, 396.
Onofrio, St., and Tasso. (H. Macmillan) Good Words,

18: 484, 548.
Onondaga, French Invasions of. (G. Geddes) M. Am.

Hist, i: 521.

Green Lakes of. Putnam, 6: 618.
Onslow; a Tale of the South. So. Q. 10: 75.
Ontario, Asylums and Public Charities of. (J. W. Lang-

muir) Canad. Mo. 18: 239.

Auriferous Belt in. (E. J. Chapman) Canad. J. n. a.

13: 33-

Climate of. (C. J. Macgregor) Canad. J. n. 8. 12 : 470.

Cruise around. (F. Manley) Canad. Mo. 10: 46.

Elections of 1879 in. Canad. Mo. 16: 225.

Etymon of. (H. Chadding) Canad. J. n. s. 7: 502.

Fifty Years ago, and now. (C. Haight) Canad. Mo.

19: 443, 55 6 - 2o: 28 3-

Geology of. (E. J. Chapman) Canad. J. n. s. 14:

580.



Ontario, Geology of Southwestern. (T. S. Hunt) Am. J.
Sci. 96: 355.

Parliament of, Session of 1871. (Goldwin Smith)

Canad. Mo. i: 318.

Struggle of 1872 in. (Goldwin Smith) Canad. Mo.

i: 143.

Public Schools of. (J. Potter) Canad. Mo. i: 483.

Salt Deposits of Western. (J. Gibson) Am. J. Sci.

105: 362.

Unsettled Boundaries of. (C. Lindsey) Canad. Mo.

2: 114.

Ontario, Lake, Rise and Fall of. (E. Merriam) Hunt,
28: 696.

Varying Level of. (C. Dewey) Am. J. Sci. 77: 398.
Ontario Bank, N. Y., Hist. of. Bank. M. (N. Y.) 9: 921.
Onthank ; or the Tyrant's Triumph. Putnam, 16: 265.
Ontologism and Psychologism. Brown^on, 23: 357.

(A. F. Hewit) Cath. World, 20: 360. Dub. R.
65: 297.
Ontology and Eclecticism. Bost. Q. 2: 169.

Henry James on. O. & N. 1 : 97.

Onward; an Address. (L. Banks) Peop. J. 7: 116.
Onward Tendencies. Blackw. 69: 564.
Onyx and the Cameo. Chamb. J. 21 : 117.
Onyx Ring. (J. Sterling) Blackw. 44: 664, 741. 45: 17.
Ooran Lisle. (E. Pollock) Pioneer, 1 : 156.
Oosterwich, Marie von. Dial. 2: 437.
Opal. Argosy, 12: 113.

Opal Ring. House. Words, 14: 62. Same art. Eel. M.
39: 168. (Mrs. S. Smith) Godey, 20: 12, 58.

a Christmas Tale. All the Year, 33: supp.
Opal Set. Bentley, 18: 299.

Open Question. (J. De Mille) Appleton, 8: 1-720. 9:

10, 42, 70.
Open, Sesame! (F. M. Church) Lond. Soc. 25: 191-473.

26: 1-529. 27: 66-549.
Open Window. Chamb. J.-4O: 193.
Opening Door; a Miner's Story. Chamb. J. 51: 634.
Opening Meet. Belgra. 19: 229.
Opequan, Story of. (.). E. Cooke) Galaxy, i: 165.
Opera, The. (J. Sully) Contemp. 26: 103. Blackw.

4: 715. Colburn, 77: 110-489. 78: 117. 80: 116-

367. 81:122. 82:368-516. 83:118-543.84:137.

86: 259-575. 89: 386-509. U. S. Lit. Gaz. 3:

414.

and Music. Nat. R. 14: 321.

and Madame Sontag. Blackw. 67: 688.

at Naples. (J. S. Fiske) Nation, 26: 55.

at Rome. All the Year, 4: 129.

Book of. (D. Cook) Belgra. 39: 466.

Books of. (G. E. Mackay) Once a Week, 8: 553.

Thomas Carlyle on. Internat. M. 5: 29.

Country Girl* at. (A. D. Ludlow) 0. & N. 3: 267.

Directors of. (E. C. Clayton) Lond. Soc. 5: 289-573.

6: 79-"3- 8: "-I39- 9 : 4<>5, 547-

English. (H. B. Baker) Belgra. 33: 321. O. & N.

4: 741.

Chances 'of. (F. Hueffer) Macmil. 40: 57.

Real. St. James, 10: 300.

French. Am. Q. n: 30. Dem. R. 9: 417.
Revelations of. Colburn, 101 : 328.

German, and its Makers. All the Year, 13: 573-883.

Growth and Decay of. (E. Dannreuther) Macmil.

32: 64.

Historical Anecdotes of. Bentley, 41 : 358.

History of. Dub. Univ. 59: 484.

in England. (J. Bennett) Macmil. 20: 269.

from 1773 to 1827. Lond. M. 18: 151.

from 1833 to 1863. Cornh. 8: 295.

Past, Present, and Future of. St. James, 25: 345.

in London. Broad w. 6: 378.

in New York ; why it fails. Nat. Q. 13: 77.



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Opera, The, in Paris, in the i8th Century. Temp. Bar,

52: 517.
in 1820-50. Knick. 62: 227.

Influence of. (E. I. Sears) Nat. Q. 3: 251.

Italian. Chamb. J. n: 314. 17:410. Colburn,5:

224. Fraser, a: 45. 3: 587. 4: 224. 5: 727.

30: 436. 31: 740. 32: 373. 34: 85. 35: 728.

39: 563. 40: 342. So. Lit. Mess. 4: 609.

in 1848. Fraser, 38: 225.

in 1851. Fraser, 44: 155.

in England. (H. B. Baker) Belgra. 32: 415.

in London. Chamb. J. 15: 152. 185.

in the United States. Dem. R. 42: 398.



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