William Morris Archive

Oxford and Cambridge Magazine


Bibliographic Citation

William Morris, “Oxford and Cambridge Magazine,” William Morris Archive, accessed October 6, 2022, https://morrisarchive.lib.uiowa.edu/items/show/91.

Title

Oxford and Cambridge Magazine

Alternative Title

OCM

Creator

William Morris

Date

1 January 1856

Publisher

London, Bell, and Daldy

Subject

art
poetry
Middle Ages
medieval
romance
history
education

Coverage

England
Europe
Middle Ages
medieval

Extent

title page

Type

Periodicals

Relation

Early Prose Romances
Early Poems

Table Of Contents

No. 1 (January, 1856)
Sir Philip Sidney, Part 1. The Prelude. [Wilfred Heeley]. 1
Alfred Tennyson. An Essay. In Three Parts, Part I. [William Fulford]. 7
The Cousins [a tale by Edward Burne-Jones]. 18
The Story of the Unknown Church [a tale by William Morris]. 28
The Rivals [a tale by R. W. Dixon]. 34
The Song of Hiawatha, by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. [a review by H. J. Macdonald]. 45
Essay on the Newcomes. [an essay on Thackeray. By Edward Burne-Jones]. 50
Kingsley’s Sermons for the Times. [a review of Kingsley’s 1855 work. By Wilfred Heeley]. 61
Winter Weather. [a poem by William Morris]. 63

No. 2 (February, 1856):
The Barrier Kingdoms. [a political essay on the Britain’s geopolitical interests in Scandinavia by R. W. Dixon]. 65
Alfred Tennyson. An Essay. In Three Parts. Part II. “In Memoriam.” [William Fulford]. 73
A Story of the North, [a tale by Edward Burne-Jones]. 81
The Churches of North France, [an essay by William Morris]. 99
The Two Partings. A Tale. [poss. William Fulford] Shakespeare’s Minor Poems, [an essay on Shakespeare’s sonnets. By Cormell Price]. 115
In Youth I Died, [a poem by William Fulford]. 127

No. 3 (March, 1856):
Sir Philip Sidney, Part II. The Learner. [Wilfred Heeley]. 120
Alfred Tennyson, An Essay. In Three Parts. Part III. “Maud, and Other Poems.” [William Fulford]. 136
A Dream, [a tale by William Morris]. 146
Found, Yet Lost, A Tale. [William Fulford]. 155
Men and Women, by Robert Browning, [a review of Browning’s two-volume edition of 1855. By William Morris]. 162
Mr. Macaulay. [a essay on Macaulay’s A History of England from the Ascension of James the Second. By Wilfred Heeley]. 173
The Prospects of Peace, [an essay on the Crimean War by R. W. Dixon]. 185
A Few Words Concerning Plato and Bacon. [William Fulford]. 189
Fear, [a poem by William Fulford]. 191

No. 4 (April, 1856):
Carlyle, Chapter 1. His “I believe.” [Vernon Lushington]. 193
Mr. Ruskin’s New Volume, [a review of Modern Painters, Vol. III, Part IV (1856). By Edward Burne-Jones]. 212
Fank’s Sealed Letter, [a tale by William Morris]. 225
Oxford, [an essay by Godfrey Lushington]. 234
Remembrance, [a poem by William Fulford]. 258

No. 5 (May, 1856):

Prometheus, [an essay by Lewis Campbell]. 259
Unhealthy Employments, [an essay deploring manufacturing conditions. By Cormell Price and Charles Faulkner]. 265
The Sacrifice. A Tale. [Henry J. Macdonald?]. 271
Shakespeare’s Troilus and Cressida. [an essay by William Fulford]. 280
Carlyle, Chapter II. “His Lamp for the Old Years.” [Vernon Lushington]. 292
A Night in a Cathedral, [a tale probably by William Fulford]. 310
On Popular Lectures. Considered as an Irregular Channel of National Education. [an essay on adult education. By Bernard Cracroft.]. 316
Riding Together, [a poem by William Morris]. 320
The Suitor of Low Degree, [a poem by William Fulford]. 321

No. 6 (June, 1856):
Thackeray and Currer Bell. The Newcomes. Vanity Fair. Our Street; The Perkins’s Ball. Jane Eyre. [Bernard Cracroft]. 323
Carlyle, Chapter III. Another look at “The Lamp for the Old Years.” [Vernon Lushington]. 336
Ruskin and the Quarterly, [a response to Lady Eastlake’s attack on Ruskin in the Quarterly Review, XCVIII (March, 1856), 384-433.
By Edward Burne-Jones]. 353
Froude’s History of England, [a review of James A. Froude’s History of England from the Fall of Wolsley to the Death of Elizabeth (1856). By Wilfred Heeley]. 362
The Singing of the Poet, [a poem by William Fulford]. 388

No. 7 (July, 1856):
On the Life and Character of Marshal St. Arnaud, [an essay by Robert Campbell]. 389
Gertha’s Lovers. In Five Chapters, [Chapters I-III of a tale by William Morris]. 403
A Study in Shakespeare. Timon of Athens. [William Fulford]. 417
Lancashire and “Mary Barton.” [an essay by Cormell Price]. 441
To the English Army Before Sebastopol. Written in August, 1855. [a poem by William Fulford]. 451
Hands, [a poem by William Morris]. 452
No. 8 (August, 1856):
On Popular Lectures. Considered as an Irregular Channel of National Education. [a continuation of the essay by Bernard Cracroft in No. 5]. 453
Woman,  Her Duties, Education and Position, [an essay by William Fulford]. 462
“Death the Avenger” and “Death the Friend.” [an essay on woodcuts of the 19th-century German artist, Alfred Rethel. By William Morris]. 477
Two Pictures, [an essay on Dante Gabriel Rossetti’s “Dante’s Dream” and Ford Madox Brown’s “The Last of England.” By Vernon Lushington]. 479
Svend and His Brethren, [a tale by William Morris]. 488
Gertha’s Lovers. [Chapters IV-V of the tale by William Morris]. 499
The Burden of Nineveh. [Dante Gabriel Rossetti]. 512
No. 9 (September, 1856):
Robert Herrick, [an essay by W. Aldis Wright]. 517
Lindenborg Pool, [a tale by William Morris]. 530
Cavalay, A Chapter of a Life. [Chapters I-V of a tale by William Fulford]. 535
Alexander Smith, [an essay by William Fulford]. 548
The Work of Young Men in the Present Age. [author uncertain, poss. Cormell Price]. 558
The Hollow Land. A Tale. [Chapters I and II. By William Morris]. 565
The Chapel in Lyoness. A Poem. [William Morris]. 577
A Year Ago. A Poem. [William Fulford]. 580

No. 10 (October, 1856):
Twelfth Night, or What You Will. A Study in Shakespeare. [William Fulford]. 581
The Skeptic and the Infidel. [Part I of a philosophical essay by Bernard Cracroft]. 605
Cavalay, A Chapter of a Life. [Chapters VI-IX of a tale by Wiliam Fulford]. 620
The Hollow Land. [Chapter III of the tale by William Morris]. 632
Rogers’s Table Talk, [an essay by William Fulford]. 641
Pray but One Prayer for Me, [a poem by William Morris]. 644

No. 11 (November, 1856):
The Skeptic and the Infidel. [sequel to essay by Bernard Cracroft in no. 10]. 645
Cavalay, A Chapter of a Life. [Chapters X-XIII of tale by Wiliam Fulford]. 664
The Druid and the Maiden. [a tale by an unknown author]. 676
Carlyle, Chapter IV.  “Carlyle as a Writer.” [Vernon Lushington]. 697
The Blessed Damozel. [a poem by Dante Gabriel Rossetti]. 713
Childhood, [a poem by William Fulford]. 716
No. 12 (December, 1856):
Recent Poems and Plays, [a review of Sydney Dobell’s England in Time of War and George MacDonald’s Within and Without: A Dramatic Poem. By Henry J. Macdonald]. 717
Golden Wings, [a tale by William Morris]. 733
Carlyle, Chapter V. “His Lamp for the New Years.” [Vernon Lushington]. 743
The Staff and Scrip. [A poem by Dante Gabriel Rossetti]. 771
The Porch of Life, [a poem by Georgiana Macdonald], 77