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The Project Gutenberg EBook of Lippincott's Magazine of Popular Literatureand Science, by VariousThis eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere at no cost and withalmost no restrictions whatsoever. You may copy it, give it away orre-use it under the terms of the Project Gutenberg License includedwith this eBook or online at www.gutenberg.netTitle: Lippincott's Magazine of Popular Literature and ScienceVol. XI, No. 27, June, 1873Author: VariousRelease Date: August 16, 2004 [EBook #13195]Language: EnglishCharacter set encoding: ASCII*** START OF THIS PROJECT GUTENBERG EBOOK LIPPINCOTT'S MAGAZINE ***Produced by Juliet Sutherland, Sandra Brown and the Online DistributedProofreading Team.Note: The Table of Contents and the list of illustrations were addedby the transcriber.LIPPINCOTT'S MAGAZINEOF_POPULAR LITERATURE AND SCIENCE_.JUNE, 1873.Vo. XI, No. 27.TABLE OF CONTENTSA NEW ATLANTIS.THE ROUMI IN KABYLIA.CONCLUDING PAPER.
 
A REMINISCENCE OF THE EXPOSITION OF 1867 by ITA ANIOL PROKOP.SLAINS CASTLE by LADY BLANCHE MURPHY.OUR HOME IN THE TYROL by MARGARET HOWITT.CHAPTER III.CHAPTER IV.SAINT ROMUALDO by EMMA LAZARUS.A PRINCESS OF THULE by WILLIAM BLACKCHAPTER VIII. "O TERQUE QUATERQUE BEATE!"CHAPTER IX. "FAREWELL, MACKRIMMON!"THE EMERALD by A.C. HAMLIN, M.D.BERRYTOWN by REBECCA HARDING DAVIS.CHAPTER VIII.CHAPTER IX.CHAPTER X.BOWERY ENGLAND by WIRT SIKES.DAY-DREAM by KATE PUTNAM OSGOOD.OUR MONTHLY GOSSIP.THE GLADSTONE FAMILY.WHITSUNTIDE AMONG THE MENNISTS.THE RAW AMERICAN by PRENTICE MULFORD.FAREWELL by LUCY H. HOOPER.NOTES.LITERATURE OF THE DAY._Books Received._ILLUSTRATIONSATLANTIC CITY FROM THE LIGHTHOUSE.UP THE INLET.LANDING-PLACE ON THE INLET.CONGRESS HALL.MR. RICHARD WRIGHT'S COTTAGE.THE SENATE HOUSE.ON THE SHINING SANDS.MR. THOMAS C. HAND'S COTTAGE.THE THOROUGHFARE.THE EXCURSION HOUSE.A SCENE IN FRONT OF SCHAUFLER'S HOTEL.ABD-EL-KADER IN KABYLIA.AN AGHA OF KABYLIA HUNTING WITH THE FALCON.THE DISCIPLES OF TOFAIL.A KOUBBA, OR MARABOUT'S TOMB.
 
KABYLE MEN.KABYLE WOMEN.DEFILE OF THIFILKOULT.AN ARAB MARKET.POVERTY AND JEWELS.GEORGE CHRISTY IN AFRICA.A NEW ATLANTIS.[Illustration: ATLANTIC CITY FROM THE LIGHTHOUSE.]The New Year's debts are paid, the May-day moving is over and settled,and still a remnant of money is found sticking to the bottom of theold marmalade pot. Where shall we go?There is nothing like the sea. Shall it be Newport?But Newport is no longer the ocean pure and deep, in the rich severityof its _sangre azul_. We want to admire the waves, and they drag usoff to inspect the last new villa: we like the beach, and they bidus enjoy the gardens, brought every spring in lace-paper out of theflorist's shop. We like to stroll on the shore, barefooted if wechoose, and Newport is become an affair of toilette and gold-mountedharness, a bathing-place where people do everything but bathe.[Illustration: UP THE INLET.]Well, Nahant, then, or Long Branch?Too slow and too fast. Besides, we have seen them.Suppose we try the Isles of Shoals? Appledore and Duck Island andWhite Island, now? Or Nantucket, or Marblehead?Too stony, and nothing in particular to eat. You ask for fish, andthey give you a rock.In truth, under that moral and physical dyspepsia to which we bringourselves regularly every summer, the fine crags of the north becomejust the least bit of a bore. They necessitate an amount of heroicclimbing under the command of a sort of romantic and do-nothing Girlsof the Period, who sit about on soft shawls in the lee of the rocks,and gather their shells and anemones vicariously at the expense ofyour tendon achilles. We know it, for we have suffered. We calculate,and are prepared to prove, that the successful collection of a singleribbon of ruffled seaweed, procured in a slimy haystack of red dulseat the beck of one inconsiderate girl, who is keeping her brass heelsdry on a safe and sunny ledge of the Purgatory at Newport, may requiremore mental calculation, involve more anguish of equilibrium, andencourage more heartfelt secret profanity than the making of asteam-engine or the writing of a proposal.No, no, we would admire nothing, dare nothing, do nothing, but onlysuck in rosy health at every pore, pin our souls out on the holly

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