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Florence Claston 178
Not for You

M. J. Lawless 85
Our Croquet Party

F. J. Skill 496
Our Entertainment
C. A. Doyle, 304, 305, 306, 307, 308, 309, 310, 311, 312,

[313, 314, 315, 316, 317
Poor David !

M, Ellen Edwards 277
Preparing for • The Derby'

Cuthbert Bede 467
Rival Charms

M, Ellen Edwards 538
Shakespeare, from the Droeshout and Chandos Portraits,
with Sketches at Stratford

416
Ships of the Sixteenth Century

531, 538
Sir Richard Whittington

328
Sir Thomas Gresham's Tomb in St. Helen's Church, Bishopsgate

460

Society on its Feet

Florence Claxton 6

St. Valentine's Day in Leap Year

Phiz

176
The Bay Window of Our Club

C. A. Doyle 558
The Dream becomes Reality

M. Ellen Eduards 350
The Duet

J. D. Watson 268
The Electric Telegraph : An Allegory

From Echter's Fresco 364
The First Day of the Season

Phiz 113, 117
The Forlorn Hope and the Damask Rose

M. Ellen Edwards 151
The Inner Life

Louis Desanges Frontispiece
The Maiden's Lament

40
The Railway: An Allegory

From Echter's Fresco 265
The Snowy Christmas

Rosa Mulholland 65
The Study of Astronomy

M. Ellen Edwards 428
The Two Valentines

G, H. Thomas 169
Tom Probus and his Valentines

T. Morten and W. M* Connell 97, 103, 105
Turning Over a New Leaf

W. M'Connell

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Types of English Beauty

Lucy Meadows 38

What is my Love like?..

E. K. Johnson 495
Whittington's House

328
William Makepeace Thackeray

128

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A Coffee-room Christmas. The Angel
Inn, Ironstown

61
An Actor's Story

209
An April Fool

318
Christmas with Grampus

25

How Charlie Blake went in for the

Heiress ..

385

Just as it happened : A Tale of Two
Valentines

169
Lovely Lady Coventry. The Story of
a Belle

353
Miss Morton's Mince Pies ..

86
Our Croquet Party

496
The Snowy Christmas

65

The Ordeal for Wives. A Story of

London Life. By the Author of

• The Moials of Mayfair ':-

Chap. I. At Swindon

41

II. On the Coach-box

48

III. A Muscular Heroine 52

IV. The Fleming Blood 142

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Miscellaneous Papers.
A Gossip on Garden Games-Quoits In the Water—continued,
Bowls, Summer Skates, and Child.

Chap. 11. The Ladies' Swimming
rea's Garden Games

473

School on the Seine,
An Hour with a Snake-chai mer 225

and the Ladies' Bath
Art in the Auction Room

299
in Marylebone

490

Art in a Railway Station :-

III. Society in the Sea

492

Echter's Fresco— The Railway 265 Ladies' Work

161

» — The Electric Tele-

Notes Drawn on the Avon Bank for

graph

362 General Circulation

413

At Thackeray's Grave

126 Notes on Dress at a Fancy Ball 462

At the Westminster Play
107 Parisian Promenades ..

442
Christmas in the Colonies..

17 Searching for Summer Quarters 559
Easter Eve at St. Petersburgh 365 Social Pioneers—Charles Knight and
Football at Rugby, Eton, and Harrow 246 the Penny Press

523
From Putney to Mortlake with the St. David's Day

219
University Eights'
372 The Gullibility of Man

228

How some Folk prepare for the Derby 467 The School of Musketry at Fleetwood 81

How they get up' a Company

481 The Story of Thekla

In the Water :-

Young England's College Sports: A

Chap. I. A Fatal Negligence. What Day with the Champion Athletes of

it has Cost us

487 the Universities

375

poetry.

A Bundle of Contradictions

327 St. Valentine's Day in Leap Year. A
A Bundle of Answers to a Bundle of

Solemn Warning to Single Men 176

Contradictions

472 The Bay-window of our Club

557

Ad Lunam
182 The Duet

268
Albert the Good

80 The Spirit Child. A Bridegroom's
An Old-fashioned Valentine
168 Tale of the New Year

59
Little Golden-Hair's Story

268
The Under-Curent

522
New Year's Eve
24 Two April Pictures

367
Not for You

Types of English Beauty

38
Reading the Valentine
112 What is my Love like

495
Refused !

298

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JANUARY, 18 6 4.

TURNING OVER A NEW LEAF.

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JEW-YEARS' Days are the mile

stones on the journey of life. What a weary journey it would be without those milestones ! The traveller over the waste of time would be like a mariner on a trackless sea without rudder or compass -& castaway! Just imagine mankind without a calendar-seasons following seasons, and years gliding into years without a resting-place from which to look back upon the past, and forward into the future. I do not know how we can realize this except upon some desert journey, where there are no landmarks to tell us how far we have travelled, and how many weary miles yet lie beyond. He who has travelled such

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