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Group Title: St. Nicholas.
Title: Saint Nicholas: Vol. 9, index pt. 2. 1882.
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Title: Saint Nicholas: Vol. 9, index pt. 2. 1882.
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Uniform Title: Saint Nicholas: Vol. 9, index pt. 2
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Physical Description: 68 v. : ill. ; 25-30 cm.
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Creator: Dodge, Mary Mapes, 1830-1905
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Publication Date: 1882
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Subject: Children's literature -- Periodicals.
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General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 12 (Oct. 1875); title from cover.
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"NINETTE."








ST. NICHOLAS:

AN

ILLUSTRATED MAGAZINE


FOR YOUNG


FOLKS.


CONDUCTED BY


MARY MAPES DODGE.




VOLUME IX.
PART II., MAY, I882, TO OCTOBER, I8S2.


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ST. NICHOLAS:


VOLUME IX.


PART II.
SIx MONTHS-MAY, 1882, TO OCTOBER, 1882.


















CONTENTS OF PART II., VOLUME IX.




PAGE.
ABBOTSFORD. (Illustrated)........................ ..... ................ irs. P. L. Collins........ 774
AESTHETIC YOUNG LADY. The Jingle. (Illustrated by F. W. Lamb)......Joel Stacy................. 708
AGASSIZ ASSOCIATION. The (Illustrated) .... ........................ Harlan H. Ballard ........ 585
663, 743, 823, 903, 983
" A LADY WHO LIVED BY THE SHORE." Jingle. (Illustrated) ............. Thomas S. Collier. ........ 756
AMATEUR NEWSPAPERS. (Illustrated by A. C. Redwood, L. Hopkins, W. H
Taber, and others) ................... ................... Harlan H. Bllard......... 717
AMBITIOUS JOHN THOMAS. Jingle. (Illustrated by L. Hopkins) ............ A. W. Harringlon. ........ 851
ANDREA DEL SARTO. (Illustrated) ........................................ Clara Erskine Clement .. 522
"AN OLD MAN WHO LIVED BY A GATE." Jingle. (Illustrated by L. Hopkins) Thomas S. Collier. ......... 515
APRIL AND MAY. Poem. (Illustrated) ...............................Celia Taxter .............. 564
ARBALIST. The Story of the (Illustrated by C. Mettais and H. P. Share) ... .Maurice Thompson ......... 861
ART AND ARTISTS. Stories of (Illustrated).............. ................ Clara Erskine Clement ..... 522
851, 931
"AURELIUS WELLINGTON WILKS." Jingle. (Illustrated by L. Hopkins) ...................... ...... 835
BAKERTOWN. Jingle. (Illustrated by L. Hopkins). ....... ..... .... ........................ 959
BALLOON STORY IN FOUR CHAPTERS. A Picture, drawn by H. McVickar ............................ 780
BASE-BALL NINE. The Captain of the Orient. ............................ C. M. Sheldon. ............ 93r
BEE-CHARMER. The Poem. (Illustrated by G. W. Edwards) .............. i. D. ................. 591
BOY IN THE MOON. The Jingle. (Illustrated by F. S. Church) ............. Clara Louise Burnkam .... 654
BOY WHO LOST THE FOURTH OF JULY. The ...........................Sophie Swett ............. 709
BRUNELLESCHI. (Illustrated) ...................................... ....... Clara .Erskine Clement .... 85I
BURDOCK WAs.GooD FOR. What the. Verses .............................A. S. R............. ... 532
CELLINI. Benvenuto.................................................... Clara Erskine Clement..... 857
CLOISTER OF THE SEVEN GATES. The...................................E. S. Brooks.............. 789
CLOVERS. Magic. (Illustrated by the Author and H. E. Thompson)........ 1.Margaret B. Harvey ...... 618
COCKATOOS. The Poem. (Illustrated) ................................. Celia Thaxter ..... ....... 836
CONSCIENTIOUS CORREGGIO CAROTHERS. Verses. (Illustrated by L. Hopkins) Mlalcol Douglas. ......... 679
CONSOLATION. Jingle. (Illustrated by the Author)......................... Wilhelmina Graznt......... 631
CORRECTION Box. The ................................................Ada Ayl ............... 635
CORREGGIO. (Illustrated)................................................ Clara Erskine Clement.. .. 524
CROSS-PATCH. An Old Picture...... ............... ... ..................... .............. 942
CURIOUS ROLLING BRIDGE. A..(Illustrated) ................. ...... ......................... 653
DANDELION.. Poem....... ....... ............... .................. ..... B. Allen. ............ 896
DANTZIC. The Origin of (Illustrated by Alfred Kappes and John Steeple Davis) A. AM. Cook. ............. 511
DESIGNS FOR LITTLE ARTISTS TO COPY. Drawn by H. McVickar ............................. ...... 607
DOLL THAT COULD N'T SPELL HER NAME. The (Illustrated by Jessie Curtis ?
Shepherd). .................. ................ ................ Sopie Swett..............829
DOMENICHINO ......... ... .. .. ............... ......... .. ... Clar Erskine Clem nut ...... 936
DONALD AND DOROTHY. (Illustrated) .................... ..... ..... ....Mary Mapes Dodge........ 556
644, 728, 810, 885, 959
DONATELLO. (Illustrated) ............................................... Clara Erskine Clement. .. 854
Do You KNOW SUCH BOYS? (Illustrated by W. L. Taylor) ................ Eliot McCoormick. ........... 867
DOZEN SQUIRRELS. A Verses. (Illustrated by H. P. Share) ............... J. H. Hubbard. ........... 847
EARLY AMERICAN REBELLION. An (Illustrated)..... ....... ...... ...... F. A. Doubleday ........... 680






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ELECTRIC LIGHT. The (Illustrated by F. H. Lungren, and others).......... Charles Barnard ........... 566
ELEPHANTS. (Illustrated).................... .......... ................John Lewees............... 838
ELEVEN OR NONE. Verses. (Illustrated by H. P. Share) .................. .Malcol Douglas.......... 838
ERRING SCIENTIST. The Jingle................. ..................... W. L..................... 516
EXTRA TRAIN. The (Illustrated by H. Sandham). ..........................Edwin Lassetter Bynner .... 689
FAMINE AMONG THE GNOMES. The (Illustrated by R. B. Birch).......... .Hjalmar H. Boyesen. ...... 909
FAMOUS SEA-FIGHT. A (Illustrated by Julian O. Davidson).. ...... ........ .Noah Brooks .............. 714
FOURTH OF JULY. The Boy who Lost the. ............................ .Sophie Swett. .............. 709
GHIBERTI. (Illustrated) ..................... ..... .................. Clara Erskine Clement...... 853
GOING TO THE FAIR. Verses. (Illustrated by Jessie McDermott).......... Margaret Johnson. .......... 788
GOOD TIME ON THE BEACH. A Picture, drawn by G. F. Barnes .................................... 787
GRAB-BAG. Poem. (Illustrated by Francis Miller and H. P. Share)...........H. H. ..................... 540
GREAT TUB-RACE AT POINT NO-POINT. The (Illustrated by W. T. Smedley). Ellen W. Olney ... ........ 587
GUIDO RENI. (Illustrated) .......... ................................Clara Erskine Clement.... 939
HANDKERCHIEF. What can be made with a (Illustrated by the Author)..... D. C. Beard .............. 972
HASSAN'S WATER-MELON ............................................... David K/er ................ 763
How A HOOSIER BOY SAW THE TOWER OF PISA. (Illustrated by Granville
Perkins) .... ........... .................. ................. A. Fretageo............. 784
How BURT WENT WHALE-HUNTING. (Illustrated by G. W. Edwards and
Daniel C. Beard) ............ ............ ................. .. Hjamar Hjorth Boyesen. ... 749
How FAR YET? Poem. (Til.j : i ................... ................ Celia Thaxter ............. 808
How JOE BENTLY WON A *'.--''.i i FROM THE QUEEN OF .PORTUGAL. ,
H. H. Clark............... 805
(Illustrated by J. E. Kelly and others) . ........... ..... .. .. Cl 805
How THE CHILDREN EARNED MONEY FOR CHARITY .....................G. B. Bartlett ............. 875
IN SCHOOL AGAIN. Jingle. (Illustrated by Miss Rose Muller) .............E. L. Sylvester ............ 877
INSIDE A FISH-NET. (Illustrated by V. N6hlig) .................... ....... Sarah J. Prichard ......... 669
IN THE GARDEN. Verses. (Illustrated by Jessie McDermott) .............. Mzargaret Johnson. ......... 636
IN THE HARVEST-FIELD. Picture, drawn by Miller and Hayden ......... ......... ................... 784
IRON-CLAD PIE. The Jingle. (Illustrated by L. Hopkins)..................A. W. Harrington. ........ 8
JABBERWOCKY. To the Author of Verses..................................E. P. Matt/hews. ........... 930
JANE AND ELIZA. Verses. (Illustrated)........................................................... 621
JAPANESE BOY. Jiro-A (Illustrated by G. W. Edwards) .................C. A. W. .............. .. 848
JINGLES ............................. 515, 519, 530, 539, 563, 613, 617, 620, 654, 708, 756, 810, 835, 851, 873, 877
JIRO-A JAPANESE BOY. (Illustrated by G. W. Edwards).................. C. A. W................. 848
JULY. Poem............................ ................. ... .... Susan Hartley Swett ....... 728
KING MIDAS. Poem. (Illustrated by Alfred Brennan) ...................... Celia Thaxter ............. 515
LAKE GEORGE. Summer Days at (Illustrated byJ. H. Cocks and F. S. Church). Lucy A. Millington ........ 794
LAND OF NODDY. The Verses .................. .................. ...Rossiter Johnson ........... 873
LAUGHING LILL. Verses. (Illustrated by Jessie McDermott) ................ Margaret Johnson .......... 872
LEAP-FROG IN THE WOODS. Picture, drawn by Palmer Cox ................. .................. .. 793
LEARNING TO RIDE. (Illustrated by J. E. Kelly) ................. ......... .Charles Barnard.......... ..920,
LESSON OF THE BRIERS. The..........................................Joel Stacy ................ 754
LITTLE BROWN BETTY. Poem. (Illustrated by Miss C. A. Northam)... ... Ada Neyl ................. 845
LITTLE GIRL'S IDEA. A Picture, drawn by Addle Ledyard. ................................... ... ..522
LITTLE GUIDO'S COMPLAINT. Verses ..................................... .Margaret J. Preston. ....... 941
LONG AGO. Poem. (Illustrated by Jessie McDermott) ..................... Margaret Johnson ......... 884
LONGFELLOW.AND THE CHILDREN. (Illustrated) .........................Lucy Larcom ........ .... 637
LONGFELLOW'S LAST AFTERNOON WITH CHILDREN. (Illustrated). ......... .Heekiah Butterworth ..... 641
MAGIC CLOVERS. (Illustrated by the Author and H. E. Thompson) ........ .Margaret B. Harvey ....... 618
MAID OF HONOR. The Poem. (Illustrated by Jessie McDermott) ......... Eva L. Ogden .......... 602
MAN FROM PARIS. The Jingle. (Illustrated) ......................... ... B. C... ........ ... ... 563
MARLBOROUGH SANDS. A Tale of the (Illustrated by W. L. Taylor)......... Eliot McCormick. ........... 867
MARY JANE TELLS ABOUT THE SPICERS' Cows. (Illustrated by J. H. Cocks) A. G. Plympton .......... 592
" MARY, MARY, QUITE CONTRARY." Jingle. (Illustrated by the Author) .... Adelia B. Beard ........... 530
MASTER THEODORE. Verses. (Illustrated) ... ..................... B. H ........... ... 566,
MENTOR. Play-day at (Illustrated) ....................... ... .... .. Frederic G. Mother .........532
MIDAS. King Poem. (Illustrated by Alfred Brennan).................. Celia Thaxler ............. 515
MRS. PETERKIN IN EGYPT ...... ... ..................... ....... .. Lucretia P. Hale. ...... .... 756










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MYSTERIOUS BARREL. The (Illustrated by L. Hopkins) ...... ......... .. Paul Fort. ................ 781
NEW LIGHT. The (Illustrated by F. H. Lungren, and others) .............. Charles Barnard. .......... 566
NEW RED RIDING-HOOD. The Play. (Illustrated) ............... ... ... E. S. Brooks .............. 572
NIGHTINGALE. The Poem. (Illustrated) .... ........................... .Celia Thaxter ... .......... 755
NODDY. The Land of Verses ........................................... Rossiter Johnson.. ........ 873
NONSENSE SONG. Jingle. (Illustrated by L. Hopkins) ..................... .. R. Wells............... 845
NORTHERN MYTHS. Stories from the (Illustrated by Robert Blum and R. B. )
Birch) .................................. ..................... James Baldwin.. 534, 766, 879
"OH, WHAT ARE YOU AT, LITTLE WOMAN ? Jingle. (Illustrated by L. Hopkins)......... ................ 93
ORIENT BASE-BALL NINE. The Captain of the ................. ......... C. N. Sheldon ............ 931
ORIGIN OF DANTZIc. The (Illustrated by Alfred Kappes and John Steeple
Davis) ................ ................ .. ............... oo................
OUR LARGEST FRIENDS. (Illustrated)... ...... ... ................... John Lewees .............. 838
PETERKIN IN EGYPT. Mrs......... ................ .. .............LucretiaP. Hale. ......... 756
PICUS AND HIS POTS. A (Illustrated by John S. Davis) ................... Maurice Thompson......... 916
PLAY-DAY AT MENTOR. (Illustrated). ..................................... Frederic G. Mather. ....... 532
PLEASANT SURPRISE. A................................................ Ada iNeyl .............. 530
PRIVATE REHEARSAL. A Picture, drawn by L. Hopkins. ........................................... 883
PROBLEM. A Verses............ ........... ..................... essie Chandler. ........... 612
PUNJAUBS OF SIAM. The Verses. (Illustrated by L. Hopkins) ............ iMrs. S. C. Stone .......... 761
QUEEN OF PRUSSIA'S RIDE. The Poem. (Illustrated by John Steeple Davis). A. L. A. Smith.... ...... 700
QUEEN'S REPARTEE. The Poem. (Illustrated by H. McVickar ).......... .Jay Allison ............... 935
QUEER FLY. A True Story about a..................................... L. H. ..................... 655
RADISHVILLE ......................................................... .William 0. Stoddard....... 913
RAIN-MAN. The Poem. (Illustrated by J. H. Cocks)...................... Augusta Larned ........... 520
REALIZED HOPE. A Poem. (Illustrated by R. B. Birch) ............... Clara Louise Bum nam...... 915
RED RIDING-HOOD The New Play. (Illustrated). ....... ........... .. E. S. Brooks. ...... .... 572
RENI. Guido (Illustrated) ............................................. Clara Erskine Clement ...... 939
RIDDLE. The Poem. (Illustrated by F. H. Lungren). ................... .P. D. .................. 953
RIDE. Learning to (Illustrated by J. E. Kelly) ........................... Charles Barnarad ....... .. 920/
SCHOLAR. A Verses .................................................... .Sydney Dayre .......... 92
SCOTT. A Visit to the Home of Sir Walter. (Illustrated)................... Mrs. P. L. Collin s......... 774
SEA BABY-HOUSES. (Illustrated by James C. Beard)........................ .Mrs. H. M i. Miller. ....... 764
SEALS AND SEAL-HUNTING IN THE NORTH-ATLANTIC. (Illustrated by Jas. Er
C. Beard, Daniel C. Beard, W. Taber, and M. J. Burns) ................ Ernes Ingersoll........... 624
SEA-SIDE TURN-OUT. A Picture, drawn by F. S. Church ............................................ 804
SECRETARY BIRD. The Story of the (Illustrated) ........................ Paul Fort................. 518
SEPTEMBER. Picture drawn by John Steeple Davis ................................................... 874
SEPTEMBER NUMBER-JUST OUT. The Picture ..................................... ............... 871 /
SEVEN IDLE LITTLE MEN. Verses. (Illustrated by L. Hopkins). ...........E. Vinton Blake ........... 860
SILVERHAIR'S QUEST. Verses .................. ....................... .Ruth Hall ............... 620
SIRANI. Elisabetta....................................................... Clara Erskine Clement. ... 940
SISTERS THREE AND THE KILMAREE. The (Illustrated by E. B. Bensell) ...Frank R. Stockton......... 943
SONG OF THE SWING. The Poem. (Illustrated by Jessie McDermott and
Jessie Curtis Shepherd) ........ ............................. Mrs. Caroline M. Harris ... 772
SPRING STORY. A Verses. (Illustrated by Alfred Brennan) ................. Kate .-... ............. 555
STORIES FROM THE NORTHERN MYTHS. (Illustrated by Robert Blum and R.
B. Birch).......................................... ................ Jam s Baldwin ... 534, 766, 879
STORIES OF ART AND ARTISTS. (Illustrated) .............................. Clara. Erskine Clement...... 522,
851, 936
STORY OF A VERY NAUGHTY GIRL. A; or, My Visit to Mary Jane. (Illus-
trated by the Author) ........... ........ ..................... A. G. Pympton ........... 925
STORY OF THE ARBALIST. The (Illustrated by C. Mettais and H. P. Share). ..Maurice Thompson. ........ 861
STORY OF THE SECRETARY BIRD. The (Illustrated) ...... .............. Paul Fozzt............. .. .518
SUDDEN SHOWER. A Picture. (Drawn by L. Hopkins) ........................................... 919
SULTAN OF THE EAST. The Verses. (Illustrated by the Author).......... Palmer Cox .. ......... 688
SUMMER DAYS AT LAKE GEORGE. (Illustrated by J. H. Cocks and F. S.
Church) .... ..... ..................................... ...... .. Lucy A. iillington ........ 794


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SURPRISE PARTY. A Play......... .............. .............Mrs. Abby Morton Diaz ... 956
SWEET, RED ROSE. The Verses. (Illustrated by Laura C. Hills)........... Joel Stacy ................ 766
SWORDS. (Illustrated) .......... .............. ........... .............. John Lewees............... 701
TAG'S 'COON. (Illustrated by W. L. Sheppard).............................Frank R. Stockton......... 683
" THE SAIL-BOAT AND THE CATAMARAN." Jingle. (Illustrated by C. Weaver). C. May Smith............ 873
TINKEY. (Illustrated by A. B. Frost) ............... .....................S. A. Sheilds.............. 674
TIT FOR TAT. Verses. (Illustrated by L. Hopkins) ....................... Eva F. L. Carson......... 804
TOWER OF PISA. How a Hoosier Boy Saw the (Illustrated by Granville
Perkins) ......... .................. ......... ...... ........... A H F r etageot ........... 784
TRUE STORY ABOUT A QUEER FLY. A.................................. L. H..................... 655
TUB-RACE AT POINT NO-POINT. The Great (Illustrated by W. T. Smedley). .Ellen W. Oney ........... 587
TWINEGRAMS. (Illustrated by Frank T. Merrill)...........................Mrs. E. C. Gibson......... 613
VISIT TO THE HOME OF SIR WALTER SCOTT. A (Illustrated) ............. .Mrs. P. L. Collins......... 774
WHAT ONE YEAR MAKES OF A LITTLE KITTEN. Verses. (Illustrated by )
H. P. Share) ..................................................... Mrs. anny Barrow....... 539
WHAT THE BURDOCK WAS GOOD FOR. Verses. .......................... S. R .................. 532
"WHEN MY SHIP COMES IN." Jingle ........... .................... Emily A. Braddock ........ 617
WHIRLIGIG CLUB. The (Illustrated by H. Sandham) ....................... B.................... 607
WHY THE CLOCK STRUCK ONE. (Illustrated by W. T. Smedley) ............. Sophie Swett .............. 505
WINGS OF THINGS. The Verses..........................................Katharine Hanson ........ 596
WISE PROFESSOR. The Jingle. (Illustrated by H. McVickar) .............. Malcolm Douglas .......... 620
WITCH-TRAP. The (Illustrated by Hermann Faber) ....................... .Felix L. Oswald ........... 596
WOLF-REARED CHILDREN. (Illustrated by W. M. Chase, R. B. Birch, W. T. C
Smedley, H. P. Share, J. H. Cocks, and others) ............. ........ harles L. Brace .......... 542
WORKING BY THE DAY. Picture, drawn by S. G. McCutcheon.......................................... 701
YELLOW PANE. The Poem ...................................... ...... Walter Learned ... ........ 680
YOUNG WOLVES AT PLAY. Picture ................... .............. .......................... 878


DEPARTMENTS.
JACK-IN-THE-PULPIT (Illustrated).
Introduction-The Bottle-fish-A Living Life-buoy-Watch the Saturdays--ATen-legged Torment (illus-
trated)-For the Inquisitive -Can't hold a Candle to him-The Owl's-head Butterfly (illustrated)-If So,
How ? 578; How do Birdies Learn to Sing? Ho, for a New Candy! -The Origin of the Nail-mark -Some
Queer Facts About Chickens A Village Captured by Bees Music-loving Rats Side-saddles for Men -
The Sperm-whale (illustrated), 660; The Eagle Month-Eagles' Food-A Warm-weather Puzzle -Orbits -
Is This the Reason Why?-Busy at the California Trees (illustrated) -Three Noted Ravens-Baby
Lions-Natural Apartment-houses, 740; Introduction -A Little Exercise- A Young Gardener- A Two-
legged Steed (illustrated) -That "Cloudy Saturday" Question Ancient and Modern, 818; Tread Lightly-
Woven Wind--Who Has Tasted It?-The Trembling Tree--Ways of Thinking-A Tide 1296 Feet
High How the Flat-fish Disappeared What Would You Do If? -- Babies Among the Flowers -What are
They? 900; Introduction-The Troubles of the Telegraph-The Squirrel and her Children-The Last of
the Seven Wonders-A Tricycle Journey-A Sharp Trick in Self-defense-A Fable with a Moral, 980.

FOR VERY LITTLE FOLK (Illustrated).
Master Self, 575- Mayo's Mice; The Letter "B," 656- How Santa Claus Came to Harry in Summer-time;
Fourth of July, 738- Making a Big Hill; Neddie and Lillie Melville; Herbie's Gardening; Fannie and
Johnny, 820-A Queer Boat and a Funny Crew, 896-The Poor Dolly, 977.
PLAYS.
The New Red Riding-hood .................. ........................E. S. Brooks .............. 572
A Surprise Party ............. ........ ......... ............... .Mrs. Abby Morton Diaz.... 956

THE LETTER-BOX (Illustrated) ................. .. .......................... 581, 662, 742, 823, 902, 982

THE RIDDLE-BOX (Illustrated) .................. ................... .583, 665, 745, 825, 905, 985

FRONTISPIECES. "Ninette," facing Title-page of Volume -Mr. Longfellow and his Boy Visitors, 587--The
Queen of Prussia's Ride, 669 Summer Days at Lake George, 749 What Makes It Go ? 829- When We
were Boys, 908.





















































































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