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CONTENTS OF THE FOURTH VOLUME.

by J. A.Wade,

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Jack SHEPPARD, by W. Harrison Ainsworth, Pages 1. 109. 221. 325. 429. 543

How to Feed
a Lion, by Joyce Jocund,

23
The Crayon Papers, by Washington Irving,

24, 159

The Samphire Gatherer's Story, by A. H. Plunkett,

33

Adventures of the Cannon Family, by the author of "The Beechive," 37

Old Morgan at Panama,

45

} by G. E. Inman,
The Conqueror's Grandsire,

271

No Silver Spoon, by Thomas Haynes Bayly,

46

To a Lady Singing,

50

Retiring from Business,

65

The Withered Rose,

380
The Dead Bird,

395
To Julia,

462
To Alura,

475
Farewell Sonnet,

597
The Veterans of Chelsea Hospital, by the author of "The Subaltern,” 51. 450
Tales and Legends of the Isle of Wight, by A. Elder.

66. 253. 368

Adventures of a Maintop-crosstree-man, by Olinthus Jenkinson, Barrister-

at-Law,

73

The Blind Girl and her Mother,

78

Rambles among the Rivers,

79. 151. 296

by Charles Mackay,

Ancient and Modern Mohocks,

357

A Lay of St. Dunstan,

Calebs in search of a Cenotaph,

by Thomas Ingoldsby,

353

Some account of a new Play,

639

Colin Clink, by Charles Hooton,

96. 206. 414. 528.623

To a Young Girl, by M. T. H.

108

The Old Elm, by J. N. M'Jilton,

140

The Dog Hospital of Paris,

141

by Toby Allspy,

Chronicles of the Place Vendôme,

381

Vincent Eden, or the Oxonian, by Quip,

172. 341. 546

Recollections of the Alhambra, by the Author of

185

The Enchanted Island

}. The Sketch Book,"

Legends of the Lochs and Glens, communicated by the Author of "

Subaltern,"

195

American Niggers,

262

The Hatchment, by Teutha,

286

The Spalpeen,

288. 396

Those sweet Days! those happy Days ! by P. M'Teague,

574

The Moonbeam,

614

National Songs, by Mrs. Gore,

295

London by Moonlight, by Camilla Toulmin,

303

Character and Conduct of Louis

the Sixteenth, by George Hogarth, 305

Baron Von Dullbrainz, by William Jerdan,

316

Captain Jack, by a Colonist,

322

Mathews

, John Kemble, and Mustapha the Cat,

350

The First Farewell,

352

The Grave; from the German of Rosegarten,

366

The Power of Beauty,

388

The Harem Unveiled,

319

The Toledo Rapier, by R. B. Peake,

463, 584

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Jack Sheppard and Blueskin in Mr. Wood's Bedroom,

Page 1

Jack Sheppard, in company with Edgeworth Bess, escaping from Clerken.
well Prison,

22
Audacity of Jack Sheppard,

109
Jack Sheppard visits his Mother in Bedlam,

133
Jonathan Wild throwing Sir Rowland Trenchard down the Well-Hole, 221
Jack Sheppard escaping from the Condemned Hold,

236
Jack Sheppard tricking Shotbolt the Gaoler,

325
Mr. Matthews as Caleb Pipkin, in “The May Queen,” by W. Greatbach, 352
The Portrait of Jack Sheppard,

429
The Patron King—" Exquisitely beautiful!"_by A. Hervieu,

492

Jack Sheppard's Escapes

No. I. - The Castle. The Red Room. Door of the Red-Room. A

Door between the Red Room and the Chapel,

543

No. II.-Door going into the Chapel. Door leading out of the Chapel.

First Door between the Chapel and the Leads. Second Door in

the same passage,

546

No. III.—Lower Leads The Highest Leads, and the Leads of the

Turner's House,

550

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JACK SHEPPARD, WITH ILLUSTRATIONS BY GEORGE CRUIKSHANK,

BY W. HARRISON AINSWORTH

Epoch the Third-1724.

Chapter I. The Return.

Chapter III. Jack Sheppard's quarrel

Chapter II. The Burglary at Dollis

with Jonathan Wild.

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Chapter IV. Jack Sheppard's escape

from the New Prison, Clerkenwell.

HOW TO FEED A LION,

BY JOYCE JOCUND

THE CRAYON PAPERS,

BY WASHINGTON IRVING

THE SAMPHIRE GATHERER'S STORY,

BY A. H. PLUNKETT

ADVENTURES OF THE CANNON FAMILY,

BY THE AUTHOR OF THE BEE-HIVE."

OLD MORGAN AT PANAMA,

BY G. E. INMAN

NO SILVER SPOON,

BY THOMAS HAYNES BAYLY

TO A LADY SINGING,

BY J. A. WADE

THE VETERANS OF CHELSEA HOSPITAL,

BY THE AUTHOR OF THE SUBALTERN

Chapter III. Proving that Jack himself can run rusty at times, and gains nothing

by it.

Chapter IV. Containing some account of other perils than war which accompany

a soldier's life, and showing how a man may establish a quiet claim of admis.

sion into Chelsea Hospital.

RETIRING FROM BUSINESS,

BY J. A. WADE

TALES AND LEGENDS OF THE ISLE OF WIGHT-ST. NICHOLAS-

LEGEND OF WULFHERE,

BY A. ELDER

ADVENTURES OF A

MAINTOP-CROSS-TREE MAN, A NAVAL RO-

MANCE,

BY OLINTHUS JENKINSON, BARRISTER-AT-LAW

THE BLIND GIRL TO IIER MOTHER,

RAMBLES AMONG THE RIVERS. NO. IV.- THE THAMES AND ITS

TRIBUTARIES,

BY CHARLES MACKAY

No. IV. Approach to Richmond.-The grave of Thomson.-Wit among the Tomb-

stones.-Richmond Palace.-The Battle of the Gnats.-View from Richmond Hill.

Song by Mallet.-Gay, the poet.-

Traditions of Ham House.Eel-pie Island.-

The Poetical Sawyer.–Anecdote of Kean.

ALAY OF sr. DUNSTAN-THE GOLDEN LEGEND, NO. III.

BY THOMAS INGOLDSBY

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