Eclectic Magazine.- In the Eclectic for August will be lound the opening chapters oí a uew novel by Mrs. Alexauder, author of The Wooing O't. ThiU latter story lias achieved a gre&ter success-thau any other novel published d uring the past two or three years ; and Her Dearest Foe promises to be iully as intere sting and well-writteu. Another great attraction ot the August number is Mr. Gladstoue's artiole on The Pfince Cousort and the Court of Queen Victoria," which has made quite a sensation in England. The other conteuts are : Life, Past and Future, in Other Worlds ; The Statue of Memnon; A Sketch; Folhes of the Wise ; France and (jrermauy ; Bailad Poetry ; a uew installmeut ot Jonathan ; Some Popular Fa.1lacies about Vivisection ; Germán Home Life, byaLady; Ungathered Love ; Polar Exploration ; About Sharks ; and John Everett Mallais, the artist, of whom a portrait is aho nvun The Editorial Departments are well tilled, as usual. Published by E. B. Pelton, ■o Boud Street, New York. Terms, ó a year ; Single number, 45 cents.