The Victoria Magazine. Vol. VI. (November—April). No. 37. May. (Emily
Faithf ulL) —The Victoria Magazine maintains a respectable position amongst the serials of the day. Its tales and criticism are quite of average merit, and it discusses the social questions that affect the status of women with a knowledge and ability altogether its own. It is always ready to call up for judgment the oppressor or defamer of the sex, and really does an immense amount of good in impressing on the public mind their genuine wants, and in resisting the silly opposition that has often attended the attempt to improve either their mental or physical condition.