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In foolscap 8vo, price 48. 6d., THE CHRONICLES OF CLOVERNOOK; with some Account of the Hermit of Bellyfulle.
In foolsçap 8vo, price 58., PUNCH'S LETTERS TO HIS SON. Corrected and Edited from the MSS. in the Alsatian Library. With Twenty-four Illustrations by KENNY MEADOWS.
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THE HISTORY OF ST. GILES AND St. James. By the Editor . . 97 MINE IS THINE
. 119 SHALL THE LORD MAYOR GO TO OXFORD ?
. 120 CRIMINALS
. 122 THE GOLDEN AGE IS COMING YET
135 SUMPTUARY PRESUMPTIONS. By Paul Bell
. 136 THE WORKS OF WALTER SAVAGE LANDOR
141 RESEARCHES IN BELGRAVIA ; or, The Works and Wonders of the West
. 161 COTTON MANUFACTURES IN MALTA: or, A Visit to Zeitun HUNGER
. 168 A HISTORY FOR YOUNG ENGLAND
REVIEWS OF Books—
The Priy er's Man, One Hundred Years ago. By Captain
182 The Three Students of Gray's Inn. By William Hughes, Esq. 183 The Debater. A New Theory of the Art of Speaking. By
Frederick Rowton, Lecturer on General Literature, &c. 184 The Poor Cousin. Edited by the Author of the “Scottish Heiress," &c.
185 The Diplomatists of Europe. From the French of M. Capefigue. Edited by Major-General Monteith
186 Revelations of Austria. By M. Koubrakiewicz, ex-Austrian
Functionary. Edited by the Author of “ Revelations of
187 Echoes from the Backwoods; or, Sketches from Transatlantic Life. By Captain R. G. A. Levinge
188 The Poetical Works of Horace Smith
189 Poems, by Camilla Toulmin. A Book of Highland Minstrelsy, by Mrs. D. Ogilvy
189 The Scenery and Poetry of the English Lakes, &c. By Charles Mackay, LL.D.
191 The Book of Costume : or, Annals of Fashion. By A Lady of Rank
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