McClure's Magazine, Vol. 1, No. 1
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McClure's Magazine, Vol. 1, No. 1

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  • McClure’s Magazine
  • Table of Contents
  • Illustrations
  • REAL CONVERSATIONS.—I. A DIALOGUE BETWEEN WILLIAM DEAN HOWELLS AND HJALMAR HJORTH BOYESEN. Recorded By Mr. Boyesen.
  • PARABLES OF A PROVINCE.—I. THE NYMPH OF THE EDDY. By Gilbert Parker.
  • HUMAN DOCUMENTS. An Introduction by Sarah Orne Jewett.
    • BIOGRAPHICAL NOTES TO ACCOMPANY THE “HUMAN DOCUMENTS” GIVEN IN THIS NUMBER.
    • GENERAL LEW WALLACE.
    • WILLIAM DEAN HOWELLS.
    • HJALMAR HJORTH BOYESEN.
    • ALPHONSE DAUDET.
  • WILD ANIMALS.—I HOW THEY ARE CAPTURED, TRANSPORTED, TRAINED, AND SOLD. By Raymond Blathwayt.
    • HAGENBECK AND BARNUM.
    • THE PRICES OF WILD ANIMALS.
    • HOW WILD BEASTS ARE CAPTURED.
  • UNDER SENTENCE OF THE LAW. THE STORY OF A DOG. By Mrs. Robert Louis Stevenson.
  • THE EDGE OF THE FUTURE. UNSOLVED PROBLEMS THAT EDISON IS STUDYING. By E. J. Edwards.
    • I.
    • AN INTERVIEW WITH PROFESSOR ALEXANDER GRAHAM BELL. By Cleveland Moffett.
    • II.
      • THE AIR-SHIP OF THE NEAR FUTURE.
      • SEEING BY ELECTRICITY.
      • THOUGHT TRANSFERENCE BY ELECTRICITY.
      • MAKING THE DEAF HEAR BY THE USE OF ELECTRICITY.
      • THERE IS DANGER IN SUCH EXPERIMENTS.
    • THE AIR-SHIP OF THE NEAR FUTURE.
    • SEEING BY ELECTRICITY.
    • THOUGHT TRANSFERENCE BY ELECTRICITY.
    • MAKING THE DEAF HEAR BY THE USE OF ELECTRICITY.
    • THERE IS DANGER IN SUCH EXPERIMENTS.
  • FROM TENNYSON’S “LOCKSLEY HALL”.
  • A DAY WITH GLADSTONE FROM THE MORNING AT HAWARDEN TO THE EVENING AT THE HOUSE OF COMMONS. By H. W. Massingham of the “London Chronicle.”
    • HIS PERSONALITY.
    • MR. GLADSTONE’S MORNING.
    • HIS AFTERNOON.
    • AS A READER.
    • MR. GLADSTONE’S LIBRARY.
    • AT THE DINNER TABLE.
    • IN THE HOUSE.
    • SPEECH-MAKING.
  • WHERE MAN GOT HIS EARS. By Henry Drummond, LL.D., F.R.S.E., F.G.S.
    • FOOTNOTES
  • JAMES PARTON’S RULES OF BIOGRAPHY. PREFATORY NOTE.
  • EUROPE AT THE PRESENT MOMENT. By Mr. De Blowitz, Paris Correspondent Of The “London Times.”
  • THE COMEDY OF WAR. by Joel Chandler Harris Author of “Uncle Remus,” “Plantation Fables,” etc.
    • I. ON THE UNION SIDE.
    • II. ON THE CONFEDERATE SIDE.
    • III. ON NEUTRAL GROUND.
    • IV. COMMERCE AND SENTIMENT.
    • V. THE CURTAIN FALLS.
  • THE ROSE IS SUCH A LADY. By Gertrude Hall.
  • THE COUNT DE LESSEPS OF TO-DAY. By R. H. Sherard.
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