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Memoir of Sir E. Bulwer Lytton, Bart., with a Portrait from a Draw-

1
ing by R. J. Lane,

The Offer and Refusal,

10

Lore's Bower,
By Alfred Crowquil,

141
Crochet,

444

French Literature and Literary Men since the late French Revolution, 11

Robert Emmett and Arthur Aylmer; or,

Dublin in 1803,

By W. H. Maxwell,

15

Queen's Bench Sketches,

355, 451, 561

A Midsummer Night in Naples in 1847,

23

England's Fame,

24

The Tuileries; its Historical and Romantic Associations,

Horrible Delusions, by Sydney Bywater,

29

Madame Viardot Garcia,

35

Pocahontas, the Indian Heroine, by Odard,

41

Pictures and Painters,

53

The Enchanted Dome, .

62

Sights at Cadiz, by Prince Löwenstein,

63

The Monumental Urn,

68

The French National Assembly,

69

The Republican Newspapers,

147
A Morning in the German Na By the Flâneur in Paris,
tional Assembly,

329

The Widow Out-mancuvred, by Mrs. Frank Elliott,

78

The Cellini Cup, by Samuel James Arnold, .86, 142, 256, 347, 530, 638

The Jesuits; their Past and Present Condition, by Ormero le Watte, 91

Visit to the Russian City Jaroslaff, by Baron Harthausen,

97

The Wish, by Cuthbert Bede,

100

How I became a Chartist

101

The Death of Hofer,

107

The Last Days of a Republican condemned to Death

108

The Battle of Chalgrave Field; the Wound} By W. White Cooper, 111

Fifine and her Ménage, by Miss Costello,

119

A most unfeeling and cowardly Assault, by Horace Mayhew,

124

She bounded down the sunny Slope, hy Rev. George Aspinali

,

127

WAYSIDE PICTURES :

J. From Shore to Shore, 128 IX. The Vaux de Vire, . 384

II. Havre,

131 X. Ville Dieux,

388

III. Up the Seine,

135 XI. Norman Caps, and the

IV. An Old Norman City,

267

Faces under them,

505

V. The Forest of Elbeuf, 274 XII. Avranches,

508

VI. The Streets of Caen, 277 XIII. Mont St. Michel,

512

VII. The Citadel, the Con-

XIV. Life on the Rock, . 568

queror, the Churches, 377 XV. The Bridge of Pontorson, 575

VIII. A Peep into Fairy-land, 380 XVI. Route to St. Malo,

577

Temper, by Mrs. Ward,

155
Chair-talk; or, Studies from Still Life, by a Mute,

163

Biographical Sketch of François-Auguste Vicomte de Chateaubriand, 169,597

The Tree of Liberty,

175

Street Views in Paris from my

Window during

the late Insurrection,

By J. Marvel, 333

The American in Paris,

367
Chinese Legend, by T.'h. Sealy, with a Memoir of the Author,

167
A Gossip about Oliver Goldsmith,

193

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248

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322

El Buscapie ; the long lost Work of Cervantes. Translated from the

Spanish by Thomasina Ross,

199, 295

Archduke Stephen, Palatine of Hungary,

207

How I got away from Paris after the Rebellion

in June,

210

Mrs. Cruddle's Annual Attack,

By Albert Smith, 308

Recollections of a Cheap Tour, .

408, 484
Lord Mayor's Day,

603

The Luck of Inigo Dobbs ; or, Living for so-

ciety,

217

The Golden Fleece,

By George Hodder, 323

A Favourite Dish; or, Tête de Veau, au
Savon,

430

Para; or, Scenes and Adventures on the Banks of the Amazon, by J.

E. Warren,

226, 434, 556

The Authorship of " And ye shall walk in silk attire,”

Paris : the City of Blood,

237

The Pale Maiden of the Castle, by H. J. Whitling,

241

“Vanity Fair" and " Amyone,” a contrast,

Before and Behind the Barricades of June, by the Hon. Charles

Stuart Savile,

Baby Bess, by Greensleeves,

280

China and the Chinese,

287

Italy and Ireland, with a Portrait of the Pope,

303

The Rise and Fall of the Jesuits,

316

Latinè Reddita : “The glasses sparkle on the board,” and “The

Rose,” by W. Hollis,

The Demon of the Steppes,

338

The Decisive Battles of the World,-Battle of Arbela, -by Professor

Creasy,

390

The German Heart, from E. M. Arndt,

397

Diary of a Non-combatant during the four days’ Battle of Paris, by

the Author of “ Melton de Mowbray,

398

Parisian Silhouettes, by Madame de Montalk .

417

Caricatures and Caraturists, by Charles Whitehead,

419

Dr. Dodge, a School Eclogue,

427

Charles the Fifth, Emperor of Germany--his Visits to England-his

Retreat to a Monastery—and Death, by Chirurgus,

460

The Emigrant Party; or, Our Last Treck in Southern Africa, by

Mrs. Ward,

472

Memoir of Maria

Edgeworth,

477

The Wild-beast Tamer, by Abraham Elder,

492

The Fairfax Manuscripts,

498

The Caravanserai of Bagdad, from the Danish of Rahbek,

518

Politics en Passant, by Madame de Montalk,

524

Memoir of Captain Marryat, by C. Whitehead,

530

The Two Mr. Smiths; or, The Double Mistake, by Harry Hieover, 533

The Mystic Serenade,

540

The Bye-Lanes and Downs of England, by Sylvanus,

541

The Glasses of Gouda, by H. F. Chorley,

549

The Dreamer,

The Dane and his King,

581

The Lunatic Lover,

582

An Hour with Lady Ann Hamilton; or, who was George the Fourth's

Spy? by the “ Author of Experiences of a Gaol Chaplain," 591

The Grave of Genius,

602

Career of General Cavaignac,

609

Our Times, by Mrs. Mathews,

621

Biographical Sketch of Cervantes,

626

Vienna during the late Insurrection,

629

Literary Notices,

632

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