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Reviews and excerpts "The Memoirs of Wilhelmine, Margravine of Bayreuth," translated by Princess Christian; "Women's Voices: an Anthology of the Most Classic Poems, by English, Scotch, and Irish Women; and "A Village Tragedy" by Margaret L. Woods.…

Comments on the recent publications, Gossips with Girls and Maidens by Blanche St. John Bellairs; Constance Naden's "A Modem Apostle, and other Poems"; Phyllis Browne's "Life of Mrs. Somerville" and "Life of Miss Mary Carpenter"; and May Laffan's…

A travel essay-turned-biography that details the life and legacy of the seventeenth-century French Aristocrat, Mme de Sévigné's.

A review of Mary Anderson's performance in A Winter's Tale that develops into a reflection on the present state of British drama.

Thoughts on the most fashionable jewelry and materials of the season, including designs for cloaks, capes, and bonnets. Closes with news of Paris fashion.


A biography of Dinah Craik, including Craik's views on the progress of women and on novel writing.

Reviews charitable societies that are aimed toward the housing, education, and training of poor and orphaned children. Societies include the Girl's Friendly Society, The Yong Woman's Christian Association, the St. Andrew's Club for Working Lads, and…

Discusses scientific literature that compares the physical and mental powers of the sexes, then attends to the social conditions that have prevented women from fulfilling their potential in various endeavours.


Overviews the founding and purpose of the Ministering Children's League, intended to train children of the rich to teach children of the poor.
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