The Aldine for March is on our table, riclilv freightod in illustratiousi Tbese are : After tho Storm, a i'ull-page sea-coast scène, by Jules Tavernier, vivid and thrilling ; From Grhent to Aix, J. D. Smillio, calling to mind Browning's poem by the same name, and being ons of tivo rictures illustrating " Tiie Horse and His Eidrs," an editorial, the second being The Oiaour, by G. Thomas ; " Thus from the High üills," and ' Along the Mazos of the Quiet Vale," two admirably contrasting landstapes, by Jules Tavernier; White Birohea of the Saranac, full page, by John Hom: ; Sitting íor a I'ortrait, and a most comical sitting' of a very fine dog, by Jas. d; Barnyard Toilets, by W. V. Cary: rhe Fox and the Orapes by Dore ; Love'.s JjüI ■ ■, by Rosonthal ; and a Metaphysioal Difquieition. The conteats include: Inconstancy, a jjoem, by Eliiaboth Akers Allen ; Interludes, a story, by Elizabeth Stóddard ; Tho Tawny Moustachc, : ■ leatnutwood; Apostacy, i':ir I';!'rv1; (llallis, Keal and Mythical, by C. Dawson Shanly, with articles pertinent toordeooi'iptiveof the several pictures. to :i yéar v.ith two beautiful chromos, "Tho Villaj e 1 ' . ' Jas. ! ac, N'iv V:.irk.