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Title: St. Nicholas
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Title: St. Nicholas
Uniform Title: St. Nicholas (New York, N.Y.)
Alternate Title: Saint Nicholas
Physical Description: 68 v. : ill. ; 25-30 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Dodge, Mary Mapes, 1830-1905
Publisher: Scribner
Place of Publication: New York
Publication Date: -c1943
Frequency: monthly
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Subject: Children's literature -- Periodicals   ( lcsh )
Genre: periodical   ( marcgt )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 67, no. 4 (Feb. 1940) ; v. 70, no. 1 (Mar. 1943)-v. 70, no. 4 (June 1943).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with: Vol. 1, no. 1, Nov. 1873.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Mar. 1940-Feb. 1943; vols. 68-69 omitted.
Issuing Body: Published by: Century, Aug. 1881- ; by Educational Pub. Corp. -1940; by St. Nicholas Magazine, 1943.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 12 (Oct. 1875); title from cover.
General Note: Conducted by Mary Mapes Dodge.
Funding: Preservation and Access for American and British Children's Literature, 1870-1889 (NEH PA-50860-00).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00065513
Volume ID: VID00226
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: Baldwin Library of Historical Children's Literature in the Department of Special Collections and Area Studies, George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved, Board of Trustees of the University of Florida.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 01764817
lccn - 04012675
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. NICHOLAS:


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YOUNG FOLKS.


CONDUCTED BY
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VOLUME XVII.
PART II., MAY, 1890, TO OCTOBER, 1890.




THE CENTURY CO. NEW YORK.
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NICHOLAS:


VOLUME XVII.


PART II.


Six MONTHS-MAY, 1890, TO OCTOBER, 1890.


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CONTENTS OF PART II. VOLUME XVII.







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AFTER THE DUEL. Picture, drawn by E. J. Taylor.................................................. 840
ANGEL AND IMP. Verse ................................................ William H. Hayne ........ 955
ARMORER'S ERRAND, THE. Poem. (Illustrated by G. W. Edwards) ...... Julia C. R. Dorr .......... 749
AUDACIOUS KITTEN, THE. Verse. (Illustrated by the Author)............. Oliver Herford............. 842
AUGUST. Poem. (Illustrated and engrossed by the Author).................Katharine Pyle............ 868
AWAKENED CONSCIENCE, AN. Verse. (Illustrated by Maud Humphreys)... Nettie H. Pelham.......... 619
BABY A PRISONER OF WAR, THE. (Illustrated by R. B. Birch) ............Margaret Forster Owen ... 723
BAT, BALL, AND DIAMOND. (Illustrated by H. A. Ogden) ................. Walter Camp............. 555
667, 752, 825, 945, 1017
BETTY'S BY AND BY. (Illustrated by E. B. Bensell).......................Julie M. Lippmann........ 988
BOAT, HOW TO SAIL A. (Illustrated by J. 0. Davidson and others) .........F. W. Pangborn.......... 772
BOY-KING, EDWARD VI., THE. (Illustrated from a photograph) ............Eleanor C. Lewis .......... 994
BROWNIES' BIRTHDAY DINNER, THE. Verse. (Illustrated by the Author) ... Palmer Cox ............... 976
BROWNIES ON THE CANAL, THE. Verse. (Illustrated by the Author).......Palmer Cox ...............1034
BROWNIES' YACHT RACE, THE. Verse. (Illustrated by the Author)........Palmer Cox ............... 889
BUNNIES' THANKSGIVING STORY, THE. (Illustrated by Culmer Barnes) .... John H. Jewett .......... 620
BUTTERFLY HONEY. Poem ............................................ Eddith M. Thomas ....... 1021
BY THE ROADSIDE. Poem. (Illustrated by the Author) ................ M. argaret Johnson.......... 661
CAMERA, THROUGH A DETECTIVE. (Illustrated from photographs)..........Alexander Black........... 1022
CHIEF BREAD-BAKER TO THE KING, THE. Verse. (Illustratedby the Author) Valentine Adams .........1045
" CHOPPING HIM DOWN." (Illustrated by C. T. Hill)..................... Charles G. D. Roberts ...... 928
CLOWN AND THE FEATHER, THE. Picture, drawn by A. B, Shults ................................... 806
COPPER BRAZIER, A. (Illustrated by the Author) ........... ......... Frederic Villiers ........... 1Io
CORKWELLS, THE. (Illustrated) ........................................ Frances Courtenay Baylor... 614
COSTUMES, SOME SPRING. (Illustrated by the Author) ..................... Rose Mueller Sprague ...... 624
COSTUMES, SUMMER. (Illustrated by the Author) ......... ....... ...... Rose Mueller Sprague ...... 802
CROOKED-CRABBED-CROSS-ABOUT. Jingle. (Illustrated by R. B. Birch)...... William WIye Smith ....... 709
CROWDED OUT 0' CROFIELD. (Illustrated by C. T. Hill)........... William Stoddard ... 605, 702
781, 853, 957, 1048
CUPID AND CRAB. Verse. (Illustrated by Albertine Randall Wheelan) ..... Francis Randall ........... 834
CYCLING. (Illustrated by Joseph Pennell and H. C. Edwards)............. Elizabeth Robins Pennell.... 733
DAY IN THE COUNTRY, A. Jingle. (Illustrated by J. McDermott) .........Laura E. Richards......... 931
DIVIDED DUTY, A. (Illustrated by G. W. Edwards)..................... A. Cassidy............. 684
ELF AND THE BUMBLE BEE, THE. Verse. (Illustrated by the Author) ..... Oliver Herford............. 952,
ELSIE SPEAKS OUT. Verse ................... .......................... Alice Maude Ewell ......... 613
EPPELIN, THE RHYME OF. Poem. (Illustrated by Alfred Kappes)......... Jennie E. T. Dowe ....... 865
FABLELAND STORIES. (Illustrated by Oliver Herford) ....................John H. Jewett............ 874
FAIR APPRAISAL, A. Verse. (Illustrated by R. B. Birch).. .... ....... Tudor Jenks .............. 956
FAIRIES' CONCERT, THE. Verse. (Illustrated by the Author).............. Oliver Hierford............. 770
FANCY'S FERRY. Poem ....................... ......................Julie M. Lippmann ... .... 583
FIDO AND THE D OLL. Picture............... ................................................... 562
FROM THE FROZEN NORTH. (Illustrated)..............................Augusta de Bubna.......... 869
GRASSHOPPERS' CROQUET, THE. Verse. (Illustrated by R. B. Birch)...... .Malcolm Douglas .......... 973






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GREAT OCEAN WAVES. (Illustrated by W. Taber and J. O. Davidson) ...... W. J. Henderson .......... 904
GREAT TRI-CLUB TENNIS TOURNAMENT, THE. (Illustrated by V. Perard).. .Richard Harding Davis .... 917
GRIEVOUS COMPLAINT, A. Verse .......................................Eudora S. Bumstead ....... 873
GWYNNE'S LITTLE DONKEY, THE. (Illustrated by F. T. Merrill) ........... Kate Woodbridge Mfichaelis .1057
HAWKS, AND THEIR USES. (Illustrated) ................................H. W. Henshaw ........... 791
HOLMES, OLIVER WENDELL. (" In a Poet's Workshop") ..................Annie Isabel Willis ...... 899
How A SINGLE SHOT WON A FIGHT. (Illustrated by the Author) ......... Julian O. Davidson ........ 999
How HUGH WENT TO THE PARTY ..................................... H. H. Ewing ............. 801
How TO SAIL A BOAT. (Illustrated by J. O. Davidson and others) .........F. W.P. Pangborn ........... 772
HURDLING. (Illustrated by H. A. Ogden and from photographs) ............Herbert Mapes ............. 688
IF I WERE YOU. Verse ...................................... ........George H. lMurfphy........ 673
IN A POET'S WORKSHOP. (Illustrated) ................................... Annie Isabel Willis ....... 899
IN THE EARLY SUMMER DAWN. Poem. (Illustrated by F. V. Dumond).... Celia Thaxter ............. 635
IN THE LUMBER W OODS. (Illustrated). ................................ F. ..................... 583
JINGLES ................................................................ .. .........660, 709, 931, ioi6
JULY. Poem. (Illustrated and engrossed by the Author) ................... Katharine Pyle ............ 790
JUNE. Poem. (Illustrated and engrossed by the Author)................... Katharine Pyle ........... 701
LADY JANE. (Illustrated by R. B. Birch, A. C. Redwood, and G. W. Edwards).Mrs. C. V. Jamison... 590, 676,
741, 815, 909, 1038
LESSON OF THE SEA, A. (Illustrated by M. J. Burns and A. J. Goodman) .. W. J. Henderson ......... 811
LITTLE BROWN WITCH, A. (Illustrated by H. Sandham, A. Brenon, and
F. C. Jones........ .ate W. Hamilton ......... 934
F. C. Jones....................................................... ate.... W. Hamilton ........934
LITTLE CONTRABAND, A. (Illustrated by W. Taber)....................... Charles Mcllvaine ........ 966
LITTLE-RED-APPLE TREE, THE. Poem...................................James Whitcomb Riley ..... 987
LIVING CHAIN FROM ADAM TO ABRAHAM LINCOLN, A .................. M. Storrs ................. 713
LOST DREAM, THE. Poem .......................... ... : .............. ..Alice Maude Ewell......... 841
LUMBER W OODS, IN THE. (Illustrated) ................................. F. F ................... 583
LYRIC FOR MAY, A. Poem........................... ............ .....R. K. Munkittrick......... 578
MARJORIE AND HER PAPA. (Illustrated by R. B. Birch, from sketches by
the Author) .................... .. ... ... . .... .. ...... Lieut. Robert H. Fletcher 578,695,
767
MAY. Poem. (Illustrated and engrossed by the Author). .. ...............Katharine Pyle............ 589
MEMORABLE DAY, A. Verse .......................................... Jane Ellis Joy............. 769
MOTH, THE ROYAL WALNUT. (Illustrated) ............................ .Mrs. Julia P. Ballard...... 616
MY LOST JOKES. Jingle. (Illustrated and engrossed by the Author)........ Valentine Adams .......... 660
MY TRIPLE PLAY. (Illustrated by H. A. Ogden) ......................... Thomas Worthington King. 943
NORTH, FROM THE FROZEN. (Illustrated) ....... ....................... Augusta de Bubna ......... 869
OCTOBER. Poem. (Illustrated and engrossed by the Author) ............. .KatharinePyle. ..........1007
ONE AFTERNOON. Verse ......................................... ..... Laura E. Richards ........ 885
ON THE POND. Picture, drawn by E. C. Vogt ................................................... 903
ORIE. (Illustrated by Meredith Nugent) ......... .... .... ............. ...Florence A. Merriam ....... 662
OTr ALLEZ VOUS'? (Illustrated by John H. Niemeyer)........... .. .. .. .., Sauveur................ 975
PANTHER AND THE BOY, THE. Pictures, drawn by Culmer Barnes ................................... 998
PASSING OF GENERAL BACON, THE. (Illustrated by R. B. Birch).......... Alice Maude Ewell......... 547
PICTURE. Drawn by Joseph Pennell ............................................................... g885
PICTURES. Drawn by James Montgomery Flagg ....................... ............................982
PICTURES.............................. .............. .............. 562, 771, 806, 840, 885, 903, 982, 998
PRACTICING SONG. Verse. (Illustrated by Rose Mueller Sprague).......... Laura E. Richards........ 712
PRINCE, THE STORY OF. (Illustrated by W. Taber and H. P. Share)........ L. N. Chapin ...... ...... 601
RABBIT, THE TRUE STORY OF A LITTLE GRAY. (Illustrated by the Author). Ernest E. Thompson ...... 953
RAT'S CHEVAUX-DE-FRISE, A. (Illustrated by Meredith Nugent) ..........John R. Coyell ...........Ioo8
REASON W HY, THE. Verse. (Illustrated) ................................ Mary E. Bradley ......... 999
REMARKABLE BOAT RACE, A. (Illustrated by H. A. Ogden) ............... Walter Camp.............. 832
RHYME OF EPPELIN, THE. Poem. (Illustrated by Alfred Kappes)......... Jennie E. T. Dowe ........ 865
RINKTUM. Jingle. (Illustrated by R. B. Birch) ..... ................. ... Laura E. Richards......... Ior6
ROYAI. WALNUT MOTH, THE. (Illustrated) .......................... ..Mrs. Julia P. Ballard...... 616
SEA PRINCESS, THE. Poem. (Illustrated by the Author) ..................Katharine Pyle............ 824
SEPTEMBER. Poem. (Illustrated and engrossed by the Author) .............Katharine Pyle............ 927






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SISTER MABEL........... ................................... Helen A. Keller.......... 892
SIx YEARS IN THE WILDS OF CENTRAL AFRICA. (Illustrated by E. W.
Kemble, W. Taber, Frederic Villiers, and others) ..................... E. J. Glave ...564, 648, 759, 843
SOME SPRING COSTUMES. (Illustrated by the Author)......................Rose Mueller Sfrague ...... 624
STICK AND THREAD, WITH. (Illlustrated by M. J. Burns and G. W. Edwards) L. Clarke Davis ........... 636
STORY OF PRINCE, THE. (Illustrated by W. Taber and H. P. Share)..... L. N. Chapin ............. 601
STUDY-HOUR, A. "Verse. (Illustrated by Mary Hallock Foote)............. Laura E. Richards ........ 563
SUBMARINE RAMBLE, A. (Illustrated by Meredith Nugent)........... ..... Charles Frederick Holder ... 586
SUMMER COSTUMES. (Illustrated by the Author) ......................... Rose Mueller Sfrague ....... 802
SWINGING. Poem. (Illustrated by R. B. Birch) ........................... Grace Denio Litchfield ...... 674
TALE OF A TUB, THE. Verse. (Illustrated by Boz) .......................Joel Stacy.................0o64
TENNIS TOURNAMENT, THE GREAT TRI-CLUB. (Illustrated by V. Perard) ... Richard Harding Davis .... 917
THEIR LITTLE MAJESTIES. Picture, drawn by Rose Mueller Sprague ................................ 771
THEN AND Now. Verse. (Illustrated)..................................Laura E. Richards......... 740
THREE LITTLE BIRDS. Verse. (Illustrated by R. B. Birch) ............... Laura E. Richards......... 800
THROUGH A DETECTIVE CAMERA. (Illustrated from photographs) ..........Alexander Black .......... 1022
THROUGH THE BACK AGES. (Illustrated) ............................... Teresa C. Crofton.. 599, 692, 862
950, 1004
TRIPLE PLAY, MY. (Illustrated by H. A. Ogden) ......................... Thomas Worthington King.. 943
TRUE STORY OF A LITTLE GRAY RABBIT, THE. (Illustrated by the Author)..Ernest E. Thompson...... 953
Two DOROTHYS. Verse. (Illustrated by Jessie McDermott) ............... Margaret Johnson.......... 780
Two SURPRISE PARTIES ................................. ............... John Clover ............... 932
VACATION DAYS. Poem. (Illustrated by Mary Hallock Foote and R. B. Birch).Anna M. Pratt............ 730
WAVES, GREAT OCEAN. (Illustrated by W. Taber and Julian O. Davidson).. W. J. Henderson .......... 904
WEE LITTLE PLAY-HOUSE, A. Verse. (Illustrated by R. B. Birch)......... Malcolm Douglas .......... oo3
WHAT DUKE DID. (Illustrated by W. Taber) ............................. Helen E. Hastings......... 603
WHITE MOUNTAIN COACHING PARADE, THE. (Illustrated by G. W. Edwards). Helen Marshall North...... 836
WILL AND WON'T. Verse .............................. ............... Clara Louise Burnham .....1015
WINGS. Poem. (Illustrated by John Richards)........................... Harriet Prescott Soford ... 748
WITH STICK AND THREAD. (Illustrated by M. J. Burns and G. W. Edwards) .L. Clarke Davis ........... 636
WOLVES OF THE SEA. (Illustrated by Meredith Nugent)............... ...J ohn R. Coryell........... 866
WOODEN SHOES. (Illustrated by the Author)............. ............. Anna Page Scott.......... 940


FRONTISPIECES.

"' Buzz-z-z,' Quoth He, as One May Mock Back at a Swarm of Bumblebees," by R. B. Birch, facing Title-
page of Volume -" In the Early Summer Dawn," by F. V. Dumond, page 634-" The Baby a Prisoner of War,"
by H. A. Ogden, page 722-" Mr. Gex Gives Lady Jane a Lesson in Dancing," by R. B. Birch, page 81o -" Little
Frenchmen at School," from a painting by Geoffroy, page 898 "The Boy-King, Edward VI.," from a painting
by Holbein, page 986.

DEPARTMENTS.

JACK-IN-THE-PULPIT. (Illustrated.)
Introduction When All the World Goes Maying How Money Was First Made A Pretty Experiment -
A Lively Way of Setting The Woman in the Moon-A Queer Tree-twist (illustrated), 626; Introduction-
A Forest Tragedy-Ten Weddings to One Marriage-A Coolness Between the Flowers-Fishing for
Spiders-The New Degree of B. H. B.-The Victoria Regia in the United States (illustrated)-Who
Knows ?- Tinker and Almanac, 710; Introduction- Sails on Bicycles -A New Eiffel Tower How the
Beetles Buried a Snake--Stop Thief!--John James Audubon Puzzled Fairy-folk (illustrated), 798;
Introduction -The Warning Cry of the Birds in Spring-News from the Vaca Valley-Another Jack-
The Bolo Flower The Goose Explains (illustrated), 886; Introduction White and Red Clover A Tame
Butterfly Bird Flats (illustrated), 974; Introduction- In the Nutting-Time A Dainty Guest--The Sex-
ton Beetle- John James Audubon- A Tame Frog-White and Red Clovers (illustrated), 1062.
PLAYS AND MUSIC. An Old English Folk Song........................ Edgar S. Kelley ...........1065
THE LETTER-BOX. (Illustrated) ..... ........................... ..... .. 628, 717, 804, 892, 979, 1069
THE RIDDLE-BOX. (Illustrated) .......................... ........... 631, 719, 807, 895, 983, 1071
EDITORIAL NOTES ........................................................................... 717




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