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Galatca, lines on, 271.
Gane, W. Law, the Sailor by, 357.
German Poels, specimens of modern,
German Student's Tale, 516.
Ghost Gossips at Blakcsley House, 462.
Girl at No. 7. 507; see Old Ledger.
Grey Mare, the, see Old Ledger.
Guy Fawkes, an Historical Romance,
continuation of,—the Star.Chamber,
1; the Jailor's Daughter, 3; the
Counterplot, 113; White Webbs, 121 ;
Marriage of Guy Fawkes and Vivia.
na Radcliffe, 225; the Capture of Guy
Fawkes, 233; Flight of the Conspira.
tors, 329; the Examination of Guy
Fawkes, 339; account of his under.
going the Torture, 441; the troubles
of Viviana, 453; Huddington, 551;
explosion at Holbeach, 564.
Lay of the Old Woman clothed in grey,
Legends, County, No. II. Nell Cook,
81; No. III. The Lay of the Old
Woman clothed in grey, 521, 574,
Lessing, Gotthold Ephraim, lines on Ga.
latea by, 271.
Light, a poem, 422 ; see Poems.
Lines—to One far away, 149; on Elec.
tion Freedom, 179; on National De.
ficiencies, 254; to Paddy, 292 ; on the
successful getting up of a new Come.
dy, 344; on the rumoured intention of
knighting Mr. Brunel, 461; to Myr.
tha, 473; to Hope, 592.
Linkman, the, 635.
Loewenthalt, Jesaias Rumpler von, lines
to Hope by, 592.
Longfellow, Professor, the Village Black
smith by, 53; It is not always May,
• London Assurance,' Light, by the au-
thor of, 422.
Love Adventure, account of an Irish,
Lundt, Zacharias, Bridal Hymn by,
Hill, Thomas, account of, 86.
Hindostan, Hours in, 567.
Ho.Fi of the Yellow Girdle, story of,
Hooton, Charles, Colin Clink by, 65.
Hope, a poem, 592.
Horæ Offeanæ; or the Man about
Town, 272; No. II. Bob Rambleton
and his brother, Sir John, 413.
Howitt, Mary, Specimens of Modern
German Poets, by, 573.
Hours in Hindostan, 567.
Hyson and Bohva, a Tale of the Tea.
Hymn, Bridal, 530,
M'Tcague, P., Irisk Superstitions by,
Man about Town, Horæ Offileane by,
272. 412; see Hore Offileanæ.
Marine Memoranda, No. II. 206; No.
Martin Opitz Von Boberfeld, Content-
ment, a poem by, 398.
Medwin, Captain Sydney, from the
Memoranda of a Physician, by, 168.
Merrie England in the Olden Time;
ancient sports and pastimes, 17. 129.
257. 361. 486, 593.
Mobility, Children of the, 164.
Modern English Dramatists, Mr. Ser.
jeant Tallourd, 301.
Moscherosch, J. M., Praise of Wine by,
Mountebank, the, No. III. of the Old
Ledger, 390; see Old Ledger.
Muinp, story of the, 457.
Murray, Hon. R. Dundas, the Lonja of
Seville by, 583.
Mussulah Boat, 571.
My Grand Tour, 40.
Myrtha, lines to, 473.
Ingoldsby, Thomas, County Legends by
No. II. Nell Cook, 81; No. III. the
Lay of the Old Woman clothed in
grey, 521, 574.
Irish Love Adventure, 241.
Irish Superstitions, 188.
It is not always May, a poem,
196 ; see
Jeffs, Septimus, story of, 197.
J. S. lines on the successful getting-up
of a new Comedy by, 344.
National Deficiencies, lines on, 254.
Nature, a day with, 646.
Nell Cook! ! A Tale of the Dark ED
try,' 81; see County Legends.
Notes on some new Novels, 526
Kensall Green, visit to the Cemetery
North Pole, Rumfuskin, King of the, a
Novels, notes on some new, 526.
Ode, a classical one, with a free transla.
Old Ledger, Introduction to the, 54; No.
I. The Grey Mare, 59; No. II. Sep-
timus Jeffs, 197; No. III. The Mount.
ebank, 390; No. IV. The Girl at No.
Old Woman clothed in Grey, Lay of the,
No. II. County Legends, 521, 674;
see County Legends.
Omnibus,' episile from the, to Fanny
One Hour with Death, a poem, 255 ; see
Opinions of the Times,' 37.
O'Toole, Phelim, an Irish Love Adven.
ture by, 241 ; Adventure in the Fifteen
Sailor, the, 357.
Sargent, Epes, Summer in the Heart,
Secrets of the Blue Chamber, 399.
Septimus Jeffs, see Old Ledger.
Seville, the Lonja of, 583.
Smith, O., a Tough Yarn by, 158; lines
on Taglioni, 662.
- Albert, a Rencontre with the
Brigands by, 375.
S. N. H., One Hour with Death by, 256.
Songs Of the Exile to Fatherland, 205;
The Wanderer, 506.
Sonnet on presenting a young lady with
a locket of hair, 573.
Stanley Thorn, his introduction to the
House of Commons, 98; the Petition,
its progress, and the result, 107; an
important disclosure in the affairs of
the Widow, 209; reconciliation be-
lwcen Bob and Venerable Joe, 212;
Stanley resolves to retricve his fortunes,
216; the commencement of his spe-
culations, 423; the Countess of Cla.
rendale's Soirée Musicale, 436; the
Countess receives another lesson, 531;
commencement of Stanley's pecuni.
ary embarrassments, 536.
Stage.Coachman Abroad, the, 543. ·
Stephen Dugard,' Ghost Gossips at
Blakcsley House by the author of,
Student's Tale, the German, 516.
Submarine, Marine Memoranda by a,
206; No. III. 503.
Summer in the Heart, a poem, 208; see
Superstitions, account of the Irish, 188.
Sydney, from the Memoranda of a Phy-
Paddy, lines to, translation of a Classical
Pangloss, Dr., Notes on some new novels
Plain Advice to Mr. Gabriel Blackadder,
Physician, tale from the memoranda of
Poems Victoria Regina, 38; the Village
Blacksmith, 53; When shall we three
mect again, 64; the Dancing Master,
157; in Praise of Wine, 186; Sum-
mer in the Heart, 208 ; One hour with
Death, 255; Contentment, 398; the
Return of the Birds, 421; Light, 422;
Wishes, 502; the Bridal Hymn, 530.
Poole, John, Rumfuskin, King of the
North Pole, a Tragedy for the First of
April, by, 345.
• Pop' Visit, the, 150.
Porcelain Bath, see Bath,
Pouldu, the Mill of, 644.
Poyntz, Albany, Abdications, a Prize
Essay by, 49; The Children of the
Mobility, 164; Diary of a Dining-out
Man, 280; Secrets of the Blue Cham.
ber, 399; the Linkman, 635.
Praise of Wine, a poem, 186 ; see Poems.
Taglioni, lines on, 662.
Talfourd, Mr. Serjeant, remarks on his
new Novels, 301.
Tale of the Tea.pot, Hyson and Bohea,
Thorn, Stanley, see Stanley.
Three Ravens, story of the, 180.
Times, opinions on the, 37.
To One far away, lines, 149.
Tough Yarn, a, 158.
Tragedy, Rumfuskin, King of the North
.T.T.T.: Hyson and Bohea, a tale by,
382 ; the Porcelain Bath, 610.
Rencontre with the Brigands, 375.
Return of the Birds, a poem, 421; see
Rumsuskin, King of the North Pole, a
Valentine Vox, Stanley Thorn by the
author of, 98. 209.423. 531.