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CONTENTS.



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Prologue to Volume XCVII 1
The Flitch of Bacon: or, The Custom of Dunmow. A Tale of English Home. By the Editor 3, 143, 269, 395
The Birth of 1853. By Nicholas Michell 29
Our Boarding-house in Brussels. By Dudley Costello 30
Rose—The Death Marriage. By Cyrus Redding 44
Young Tom Hall's Heart-aches and Horses 45
Agatha's Husband and Basil 56
The Later Dramas of Sheridan Knowles 59
Creosoting Timber. By Frederick Marshall 69
Lisette's Castles in the Air. From the Danish of H. P. Holst. By Mrs. Bushby 71
New York—Its Hotels, Waterworks, and Things in General. By J. W. Hengiston, Esq. 80
The Eve of All-Souls. By Mrs. Acton Tindal 94
Annie Livingstone. The Sequel to "Annie Lee." 98
Literary Leaflets. By Sir Nathaniel. No. IV—William Sydney Walker 119
A Garland of German Poems, Old and New. Done into English by John Oxenford 127
Memoirs of Thomas Moore 129
The Austrians in Italy 169
A Word to England 182
Novels of the Season 193
The Piscatorial Adventures of Jean Gribou. By Dudley Costello 201
The South American's Farewell to his Native Land. From the Spanish of Heraclio Guardia, a South American Poet. By Mrs. Bushby 221
Philadelphia and its Environs. By J. W. Hengiston, Esq 223
Beauties of Sicily 236
Literary Leaflets. By Sir Nathaniel. No. V.—Miss Mitford 242
Winchelsea's Deliverance; or, The Stout Abbot of Battayle. Ballads of the South.—No. I. 249
Central Africa 252
Falconry 295
A Royal Whim. From the German of Wilhelm Meinhold 300
"All Serene." By J. E. Carpenter 311
New Arctic Expeditions 312
The New Norman Conquest; or How Paul Brioche meant to have pitched into us. By Dudley Costello 319
The Sequel to "A Word to England" 335
New Discoveries in Ancient Art 343
What they Say in Paris. By the Chevalier Alcibiade de la Blague 347
Atala and Chactas. By W. Brailsford 356
Something of Baltimore, Washington, the Chesapeake, and Potomac. By J. W. Hengiston, Esq. 358
Literary Leaflets. By Sir Nathaniel. No. VI.—Sir William Hamilton: "Discussions on Philosophy" 374
The Montenegrins 383
The Unholy Wish 410
The Fairies' Home. By J. E. Carpenter 423
American Authorship. By Sir Nathaniel. No. I.—Washington Irving 424
Oriental Archæology 434
Un Poisson d'Avril; or, Never Wait fob a Widow. By Dudley Costello 451
Easter Morning. A Dream. By Mrs. Bushby 467
Cattaro and Montenegro 469
My Visit to the "Mysterious Rappings," and What they Brought Me 486
The Mother's Farewell. By J. E. Carpenter 489
Literary Leaflets. By Sir Nathaniel. No. VII.—"Causeries du Lundi" 490
Up the Hudson, Albany, Troy, Buffalo, Erie and Ontario, Toronto—Down the St. Lawrence, Montreal, Quebec—Back by Lake Champlain and Bellows Falls, towards Boston. By J. W. Hengiston, Esq. 499