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CONTENTS OF VOL. IV.

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Advance of the Musses, the

403
Age of Practice, the

265
August Visions. A Whimsy. By Paul Bell

325
Away with the Sword

527
Columbine at Court. A Christmas Fancy. By laul Bell

528
Commerce of the Oriental Archipelago

314
Cotton Manufactures in Malta; or, a Visit to Zeitun

162
Criminals

122

Crinkum Crankum, the Man who went Straight-forward down Crooked

Lane. By the Author of “ The Purgatory of Suicides”

75

Curiosities of Christenings

212

Death's Equality

559

Dethronement of Summer, the

229

Divinity from Rags

541
Dodypol, the C'lerk A Tale of a London Fog

151
Duke and the “ Crossing Sweeper," the.

500
East Wind at Harwich, the

41
Edmund Burke. Notes written in the M rgin of Lord Brougham’s Cha-
racter of Burke, in his “Statesmen of the Reign of (corge III."

43

England of the French Drama, the. By Angus B. Reach

Fables for Foolish Fellows-

No. I. More Frightened than Hurt; or, the Wise Goose and the

Foolish Sparrows

367

No. II. The Highland and the Lowland Sheep who went to
the Persuasion of Wolves

416
No. III. The Sparrow who wished he had been born a Duck

508

Feasts and Funerals. Homily for the Middle Classes. By Paul Bell 406

Feudality

161

Gibbet, the, its Death and Buial

230
Golden Age is Coming Yet, the

135
Governesses, to. “The Busom of a Family."

557
History for Young England, a

169, 268

History of St. Giles and St. James, the (by the Editor) 1, 97, 289, 385, 481

“ Hour and the Man, tho”

366
How the Greenwoods got over their Trouble

49

Humility

Hunger

168

Ireland and the Irish. By a Native .

27

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Joe Huistly's Kit; or, the Mythos of Pan

16
Justice. A Reverie. By Williain Thorn

535
Lines by Reboul, a Baker at Visines. Done into English

241
Love Her Still

266
Merchant Bridegroom, the

140
Messrs. Clothyard's Progress •

305
Mine and Ours

258
Mine is Thine

119
“ Modern Painters”,

11
More Light for All

01
Moss Rose, the (Translated from the Cierman of Dr. F. 1. Kruminacher)

318
My Heart is like the Bee

26
Net Braiders, the

517
Never Fear

10
Night Fair in Alexandria. By a Resident

192
Our Brother, who Loveth without IIope. From the Moorisii.

210
Our Statues and their Wardrobes. By Angus B. Reach

537
Pearls from Popish Places. By a Serious Party

259, 349, 43:2, 519
Poet's Flower-gathering, the

300
Poet's Vision, the

501
Poor Law and the Peasant Girl, the

341
“ Ragged School,” the
Railroads in Egypt

357
Researches in Belgravia; or, The Works and Wonders of the West

82, 152
Reviews of New Books :

Book of Costume, the; or Annals of Fashion. By a Lady of Rank. 192
Book of IIighland Minstrelsy, a. By Mrs. 1). Ogilvy

189
Camp and Barrack Room ; or, the British Army as it is

560
Christendom and Heathendom; or, Sound and Sense. An Allegory. 281
Debater, the. A new Theory of the Art of Speaking. By Frederick
Rowton

134
Diplomatists of Europe, the. From the French of M. Capefigue.
Edited by Major-General Monteithi

186
Early Magnetism in its Higher Relations to Humanity

567
Echoes from the Backwoods; or, Sketches from Transatlantic Life.
By Captain R. G. A. Levinge

188
England's Colonial Empire. Vol. I. By Charles Pridham, Esq., B.A. 300
Farewell to the Pope; or, Reasons for renouncing the Church of Rome.

By J. J. Maurette, late Priest of the Parish of Serre (Ariège) 384
Father Darcy. By the Author of “ Mount Sorel,” &c.

276
Fawn of Sertorius, the

374
Fever Physiologically considered. By David McConnell Reed, isq. 287
Fireside Library

178
Five Years Experience in Australia Felix. By (1. II. Haydon 564
German University Education; or, The Professors and Students of

Germany. By Walter C. Perry, Phil. Dr. of the University of
Gottingen .

382
History of Egypt. By Samuel Sharpe

91
Leontine; or, the Court of Louis the Fifteenth. By Mrs. Jabeily:

Authoress of “ Melanthe.”

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Jew Books (continued) :-
from Madras. By a Lady

287
s of the principal Actors in the Plays of Shakspeare. By J.
e Collier, Esq., F.S.A.

376
s of a Musician. By Henry C. Lunn, Associate of the Royal
lemy of Music

279
and Ballads. By

: John Purchas,

B.A. of Christ's College,
abridge

283
By Camilla Toulmin

189
al Works of Horace Smith, the. One of the Authors of the
ejected Addresses.”

189
Cousin, the. Edited by the Author of the Scottish IIciress, &c.: 185
cal Manual of Elocution, a. By Merrit Caldwell, A.M.

287
s Modern Gardener

384
teer's Man, the. One Hundred Years ago. By Captain Marryat,
N.

182
ression by Antagonism. A Theory. By Lord Lindsay

286
e from the South, By John Edmund Reade. Author of
Italy,” &c.

95
elations of Austria. By M. Koubrakiewicz, ex-Austrian Func-
Lonary, Edited by the Author of "Revelations in Russia," &c. 187
hery and Poetry of the English Lakes, the, &c.

By Charles
Vackay, LL.D.

191
p of Glass, the ; or the Mysterious Island. By Hargrave Jennings 379
irty-six Nonconformist Sonnets. By a Young Englander

282
ree Students of Gray's Inn, the. By William Hughes, Esq. 183
avels of Lady Hester Stanhope. Narrated by her Physician

87
se of the Body in relation to the Mind, the. By George Moore, M.D. 284
it and Humour, selected from the English Poets. By Leigh Hunt. 471
City, the: A Fragment

62
on Hooks, and his Man Joe Ling. By

William Howitt

193
tress to her Mignonette, the

48
Ehe Lord Mayor go to Oxford ?

120
of the (Olden) Times, the

428
Barbarisms. Hiring a Servant

462
tuary Presumptions. By Paul Bell

136
versus Labour. Mr. Shuttle's Verdict

395
tte Tomfooleries. Why do Barristers wear Wigs ?

57
Support of Genius, the. An Appeal. By a Poor Author

245
n of Old Fames, a

413
ks of Walter Savage Landor, the

141
ng Squire Benlow

253

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