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Ainsworth's Magazine - Volume 1.djvu

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Contents
of

The First Volume

The Miser’s Daughter. A Tale, by William Harrison Ainsworth, Esq. 1, 65, 131, 203, 273
The Three Sisters; by C.S. 17
Fanciful Essays, by M.F. Tupper, Esq.
– No. L. A Flight upon Flying 19
Popular Song of the Bourbonnais, by Louisa Stuart Costello 25
Uncle Sam and the Editor, by the Author of “Uncle Sam and his Peculiarities” 26
Personal Recollections of Izzet Mehemet Pasha, Grand Vizier of the Turkish empire, by W. Francis Ainsworth, Esq. 29
Sultan Stork, by Major G. O’ Gahagan
Part I. The Magic Powder 33
Part II The Enchanged Princess 233
Legends of the Monts-Dores, by Louisa Stuart Costello:— No. I. The Pic du Capucin 38
No. II. La Malroche 160
No. III. The Spirit of Lake Pavin and Our Lady of Vassiviére 304
The Snow Storm, by C. Ollier, Esq. 44
The Latter Season, by T. J. Ouseley, Esq. 49
The Tour of Love and Time, by Laman Blanchard, Esq. (vignette) 50
“The Rhine,” by Victor Huge, reviewed 51
My Moustache, by Captain Medwin 52
Prophecy heard on Tower Hill, by Xit 54
To an Andalusian Beauty, by G. Raymond, Esq. 55
Brighton, by C. Hervey, Esq. 85
Proverbial Philosophy (Second Series), by M. F. Tupper, Esq. 86
The Virginny Pirate, by Uncle Sam 88
A Day and Night on the Banks of the Euphrates, by W. F. Ainsworth, Esq. 91
The Awakener in the Desert, by J. Oxenford, Esq. 94
The Gravedigger, by C. Ollier, Esq. 95
To the Crown Prince of Hanover, by C. S. 99
Science and Good-Humour, by Laman Blanchard, Esq. 99



Strawberry Hill, (with many Illustrations, by W. A. Delamotte) 100
The Flight of the Fiddlers, in Three Parts, by G. P. R. James, Esq.
Part I. – Chester Fair 122
Part II. – The Muster 192
Part III. – The Battle 263
Sonnet: Written in the Fly-leaf of an old edition of Isaac Walton’s “Complete Angler” 155
The Play behind the Scenes, by Uncle Sam 155
A Visit to Persepolis, by W. Francis Ainsworth, Esq. Shakspeare: Verses written on the first page of a Volume intended for the reception of Essays and Drawings, illustrative of the English Dramatist, by L. Blanchard, Esq. 167
Strawberry Hill revisited, by Dudley Costello, (with Illustrations by W. Alfred Delamotte) 168
The Two Minstrel Bands, by J. Oxenford, Esq. 218
The Tengin Pass, by Captain Medwin 219
The Bishop’s Cross: A legend of Scio, by C. Hervey, Esq. 224
The Fatal Jest, by Miss Pardoe 226
The Diary of a Dillettante 229
The Pirate Knight: a Scottish Ballad, by Charles Kirkpatrick Sharpe, Esq. 237
A Gossip about Horace Walpole 239
On a Green-house, by M. F. Tupper Esq. 245
Shapur and its Cave, by W. Francis Ainsworth, Esq. 246
“No More,” by John A. Heraud, Esq. 248
Truth and Rumour, by Laman Blanchard, Esq. 263
The Landing of the Primrose, by C. S. 303
The Joiner and his Mates, by J. Oxenford, Esq. 308
A Pastoral Western Tribunal, by Uncle Sam 309
The Murder Prevented; or the Squire’s Dream, by Mr. Buller of Brazennose 311
The Songs of Italy, by E. Kenealy, Esq. 314iv. Contents

An Exhibition Gossip, by M. A. Titmarsh 319
People who “Haven’t Time,” by Laman Blanchard 323
A Gossip about Edward Alleyn 326
Do I forget thee? By T. J. Ouseley 332
An Evening with Nell Gwynne, by Charles W. Brooks 333
Anacreontic Lyric 336



The Lady's Page.

Albert at the Exchange 56
The Fair Duellists, (vignette) 56
The Royal Sneeze, by Mrs. Stone 57
The Christening of the Prince of Wales 58
The Prince of Whales 59
The Sofa at Sea, by Miss Pardoe 108
Queen Isabella of Spain, by the Hon. Julia Augusta Maynard 111
The Contrast – Queen Elizabeth and Queen Victoria, by M. W. Y. 111
Matrimony, by Mrs. Stone 112
A Sketch, by the Countess Harriette D’ Orsay 177
The Battle of Lodi, by the Hon. Julia Augusta Maynard 177
Blue Stockings, by Miss Pardoe 178
A Country Dinner-party, by Mrs. Ward 249
To my Mother’s Picture, by Lady Harriette D’Orsay 251
Contrasts: No. II. The First Success
– The First Failure, by M. Y. W. 251
The Yeomanry Ball, and an Incident on the Clyde, by Mrs. Ward 315
Lines on seeing an Italian Image-Boy asleep, by Mrs. Gore 317
The Lonely Hearse, by Lady Harriette D’Orsay 318
Napoleon, by the Hon. Julia Augusta Maynard 318


The Gentleman's Tiger.

The Gentleman’s Tiger A Short Chapter on Beards, by Captain Medwin 113
Ode to Saint Valentine, by W. H. W. 114
Adventure with Theodore Hook, by Lord William Lennox 178
Thedore Hook’s Song 180
Our Stall at the Opera 183 Melange of the Month, Dramatic and Musical 184
The Masque “off” Comus, with exclusive particulars of the great Abduction case, by Charles W. Brooks, Esq. 252
Our Stall at the Opera 254


Our Library Table.

Communications to the Editor, acknowledged 60
The Magazine – Editorial Toleration –
The Principle of Contributorship
– A Second Series of “Proverbial Philosophy” promised, by M. F. Tupper, Esq. 60
Letter from Mr. Buller of Brazennose
– L’Envoy – Polyglot Verses, addressed to W. H. Ainsworth, Esq. 61
Tony Johannot, by Charles Moutray 115
A Note of Music 119
Comedy and Tragedy 121
A Second Epistle from Mr. Buller of Brazennose 121
Dan Malone’s Ditty 121
“Night and Morning” – “Zanoni” 186
A Page of New Publications 188
Another Letter from Mr. Buller of Brazennose 189
The Magpie of Marwood. An Humble Ballade, by T. R. B. 190
To the Editor, from EYIAON 191
A Letter from Ned Hyde to W. Harrison Ainsworth, Esq. 191
Mr. Lever – The Confessions of Harry Lorrequer – Charles O’ Malley, the Irish Dragoon 256
New Publications 259
Charles Mathews Not “at Home,” by Mr. Buller of Brazennose 261
Mr. James. – Morley Ernstein; or, the Tenants of the Heart 337
Mrs. Bray’s Henry de Pomery 340
Mr. W. Francis Ainsworth’s New Travels 341



Illustrations on Steel.
By George Cruikshank

I. Randulph Crew delivering the packet to Mr. Scarve.
II Randulph Crew introduced to Beau Villiers on the Mall.
III. Randulph’s interview with Cordwell Firebras in the cloisters of Westminster Abbey.
IV. Sir Bulkeley Price bringing the mortgage money to Mr. Scarve.
V. The folly on the Thames.
VI. Hilda’s vist to Abel Beechcroft.
VII. The Miser discovering the loss of the mortgage money.
VIII. Randulph refusing to drink the King’s Heath “over the water.”
IX. The Jacobite Club pursued by the Guard.

X. Mr. Cripps encountering his master in Marylebone Gardens.