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    The Bostonian [v1 #1, October 1894] ed. Arthur Wellington Brayley (Bostonian Publishing Co.; Boston, 25¢ (paper covers) or 35¢ (bound in cloth), 112pp)
    Details supplied by Denny Lien.
    • 3 · The Boston Theatre · Alexander Corbett, Jr. · ar
    • 19 · The Power of Sympathy, or, The Triumph of Nature: Editor’s Preface · A. W. Brayley · ar
    • 24 · The Power of Sympathy [Part 1 of ?] · William Hill Brown, [?] · sl 1789 [Mrs. Perez Morton]; given as by Mrs. Perez Morton, but modern records note: “Fictional account of Frances Theodora Apthorp, sister of Sarah Wentworth Morton, to whom the work has often been attributed. William Hill Brown is generally accepted as the author.”
    • 38 · The Development of the Shoe and Leather Trade in Massachusetts [Part 1 of ?] · Arthur Wellington Brayley · ar
    • 65 · Prominent Men in the Shoe and Leather Trade · Anon. · bg
    • 81 · What Has the Woman Suffrage Reform Accomplished? · Mary A. Livermore · ar
    • 87 · A House and a Name [Charles Edward Wiggin] · James Henry Wiggin · bg
    • 98 · Physical Training for Women · Hope W. Narey · ar
    • 107 · Authors and Books · Anon. · br
    • 111 · Publisher’s Notice · Anon. · ms


    The Bostonian [v1 #2, November 1894] ed. Arthur Wellington Brayley (Boston: Bostonian Publishing Co., 25¢ (paper covers)/35¢ (bound in cloth), 112pp)
    Details supplied by Denny Lien.
    • 113 · The Oldest Theatre Now in Boston · Oliver B. Stebbins · ar
    • 131 · The Story of a Face · Agnes J. Carr · ss
    • 138 · The Power of Sympathy [Part 2 of ?] · William Hill Brown, [?] · sl 1789 [Mrs. Perez Morton]; given as by Mrs. Perez Morton, but modern records note: “Fictional account of Frances Theodora Apthorp, sister of Sarah Wentworth Morton, to whom the work has often been attributed. William Hill Brown is generally accepted as the author.”
    • 150 · The Development of the Shoe and Leather Trade in Massachusetts [Part 2 of ?] · Arthur Wellington Brayley · ar
    • 173 · Prominent Men in the Shoe and Leather Trade · Anon. · bg
    • 189 · Early Instrumental Music in Boston · Geo. Brayley · ar
    • 197 · Witchcraft in New England · Gertrude Savage · ar
    • 206 · Authors and Books · Anon. · br
    • 209 · Players and Plays · Walter Littlefield · cl
    • 213 · With the Publisher · Anon. · ed


    The Bostonian [v1 #3, December 1894] ed. Arthur Wellington Brayley (Boston: Bostonian Publishing Co., 25¢ (paper covers)/35¢ (bound in cloth), 112pp)
    Details supplied by Denny Lien.
    • 215 · Artists and Art in Boston · Anon. · ar
    • 224 · The Real Author of “The Power of Sympathy” · Arthur Wellington Brayley · ar; argues for William Hill Brown.
    • 225 · The Power of Sympathy [Part 3 of ?] · William Hill Brown, [?] · sl; previous installments of serial as reprinted here were credited to Mrs. Perez Morton.
    • 240 · Christmas Memories · S. Fannie Gerry Wilder · ss
    • 248 · A Symphony Rehearsal · W. E. Walker · ss
    • 253 · Boston Common in the Snow · Laurens Maynard · ar
    • 258 · Early Colonial Customs Prior to 1730 · Isabel Proctor Fowle · ar
    • 269 · Christmas in Merry England as Seen by George Cruikshank · Anon. · ar
    • 275 · Progress of the Shoe and Leather Trade in Massachusetts During the Past 274 Years · Arthur Wellington Brayley · ar
    • 296 · Superior Results · Anon. · ar
    • 299 · Early Railroads in Boston · Louis P. Loring · ar
    • 310 · Historical Parallel Column · Anon. · ms
    • 318 · Players and Plays · Walter Littlefield · cl
    • 322 · Authors and Books · Anon. · br; includes reviews of A Study in Scarlet and Land of the Changing Sun.
    • 328 · With the Editor · Anon. · ed



    The Bostonian [v1 #5, February 1895] ed. Arthur Wellington Brayley (Boston: Bostonian Publishing Co., 15¢ (paper covers)/25¢ (bound in cloth), 122pp)
    Details supplied by Denny Lien.
    • 457 · The Jordan Art Gallery and Prize Pictures · Mabel C. Pelletier · ar
    • 467 · Our Pilgrim Foremothers · Elizabeth Coffin Lovering · ar
    • 480 · Our Poor Neighbors · D. W. Waldron · ar; menaces of big cities, foreigners, alcohol, etc.
    • 494 · Old Plymouth Schools · Mrs. Abby Morton Diaz · ar
    • 503 · The Mohegans: An Historical Sketch of This Famous Tribe [Part 2 of 3] · Henry A. Baker · ar
    • 513 · How Washington’s Birthday Was Made a Holiday · Walter G. Chase · ar
    • 525 · Progress of the Leather and Shoe Industry in Massachusetts During the Past 274 Years [Part 5 of ?] · Arthur Wellington Brayley · ar
    • 530 · An Actor’s Birthhouse and Birthright · J. Henry Wiggin · ar
    • 542 · The Control of Alcoholism · Col. Fred O. Crocker · ar
    • 545 · Joseph Haworth · Anon. · bg
    • 546 · The Power of Sympathy [Part 5 of ?] · William Hill Brown, [?] · sl
    • 552 · Prominent Men in the Shoe and Leather Trade · A. W. Spencer · bg
    • 559 · Historical Parallel Column: Notes and Comments on the Past and Present · Anon. · ms
    • 567 · Players and Plays · William T. Srong · cl
    • 572 · Musicians and Music · Rene S. Parks · cl
    • 573 · Authors and Books · Anon. · br; includes review of The Sign of the Four.


    The Bostonian [v1 #6, March 1895] ed. Arthur Wellington Brayley (Boston: Bostonian Publishing Co., 15¢ (paper covers)/25¢ (bound in cloth), 124pp)
    Details supplied by Denny Lien.
    • 579 · “Cinderella,” in Aid of the Floating Hospital · Mabel C. Pelletier · ar
    • 596 · The Genesis and History of King’s Chapel and of Christ Church · Elizabeth G. Melcher · ar
    • 611 · The Necessity of Armories · Alexander G. Marshall · ar; to keep foreign-born citizens from threatening “us”.
    • 615 · The Power of Sympathy [Part 6 of ?] · William Hill Brown, [?] · sl
    • 622 · The Introduction of the Study of Music Into the Public Schools of Boston and of America · James C. Johnson · ar
    • 633 · Boston Public Library: Closing of Old Bates Hall and Opening of the New · Arthur W. Brayley · ar
    • 641 · Mob or Maryrs? Crispus Attucks and the Boston Massacre · Franklin J. Moses · ar; the mob of “negroes, white servants, Irishmen and idle apprentices” were asking for trouble.
    • 651 · Progress of the Leather and Shoe Industry in Massachusetts During the Past 274 Years [Part 6 of ?] · Arthur Wellington Brayley · ar
    • 657 · Prominent Men in the Shoe and Leather Trade · A. W. Spencer · bg
    • 662 · The First Epoch of Art in Boston: Progress of the Massachusetts Normal School · Katherine Helen Parker · ar
    • 671 · The Mohegans: An Historical Sketch of This Famous Tribe [Part 3 of 3] · Henry A. Baker · ar
    • 682 · Historical Parallel Column: Notes and Comments on the Past and Present · Anon. · ms
    • 689 · Players and Plays · William T. Srong · cl
    • 696 · Authors and Books · Anon. · br













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