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JACK SHEPPARD, WITH AN ILLUSTRATION BY GEORGE CRUIKSHANK,
BY W. HARRISON AINSWORTH 325 Epoch the Third-1724.
Chapter XIII.—The Supper at Mr. Kneebone's. VINCENT EDEN; OR, THE OXONIAN,
341 Chapter VIII.-A Trinity Scholarship. Tidings of the ex-President of the Brothers'
350 THE FIRST FAREWELL,
352 CELEBS IN SEARCH OF A CENOTAPH, BY THOMAS INGOLDSBY 353 ANCIENT AND MODERN MOHOCKS, BY CIIARLES MACKAY, AUTHOR or “ THE THAMES AND HIS TRIBUTARIES,"
357 THE GRAVE; FROM THE GERMAN OF ROSEGARTEN,
366 A LEGEND OF PUCKASTER. ISLE OF WIGHT,
BY A. ELDER
368 THE WITHERED ROSE,
BY J. A. WADE 380 CHRONICLES OF THE PLACE VENDÔME,
BY TOBY ALLSPY 381 THE POWER OF BEAUTY,
388 THE HAREM UNVEILED,
389 THE DEAD BIRD,
BY J. A. WADE 395 THE SPALPEEN,
BY P. M'TEAGUE 396
Kükenny by Larry Corbett, thic herdsman.-- Hospitality of the Irish.
business.—Tipperary quickly traversed without broken bones (fortunate).-Sable
pets, and the “ Punctual Delivery Company” outdone.---Limerick Criminal
Court.--Hunting Extraordinary.---Execution.---'All's well that ends well."---Finis. COLIN CLINK,
BY CHARLES HOOTON 414
his wife and himself, but the reader also, and all the world besides, may, for
liberty is made bim, and on what conditions.
latter proves herself a most able tactician, and gives a striking illustration of the
difference between talking and doing.
ralleled on any previous exhibition.---Fanny's obstinacy incites Mrs. Clink to turn
her adrift upon the world. THOSE DUSTMEN'S BELLS,
BENTLEY'S NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS.
The Ten alle soolin The coarse remarks of an American periodical respecting certain articles which have appeared in our pages are so utterly be. neath contempt, that, were our circulation confined to this country alone, we should not have thought it necessary to notice them. The charge against us, that of pirating from their publication, is false, and the Editor must know it to be so. An arrangement for the simultanevus publication here and in America of the articles in question, was a proposition made, and earnestly pressed, by themselves, through the highly respectable medium of Messrs. Putnam and Wiley, and has never yet been withdrawn.
We are happy to announce that our next Miscellany will con. tain a contribution from Mr. Peake, entitled " The Toledo Rapier.”
Our readers will also be gratified to learn that we have received further contributions from the clever author of “ The Spalpeen."
“ The Veterans of Chelsea College" will appear again in our