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LONDON: PRINTED BY WILLIAM CLOWES,
CONTENTS OF THE THIRD PART
Gilbert Gurney, Chapters III., VIII., X., XI.
1, 145, 290, 456
Records of Passing Thoughts: a series of Nine Sonnets, by Mrs.
A Visit to “ The Broads".
Seeing's not Believing
The Infernal Marriage, Parts 111., IV.
Martial in London :-Charade-St. John Long-The Richmond
Anecdotes of the French Provinces—The Miller of Corbeil
A Second Miss-directed Letter
Tom Fane and I .
Two Sonnets, by Mrs. Mardyn
Los Puelchos; or the Pampa Indians
86, 224, 357, 503
The Don and Rother, by the Author of“ Corn-Law Rhymes" . 158
The Déjeûner à la Fourchette
Revolutions of the Nineteenth Century
Why don't the Men propose ?
Realp; a Tale of the Swiss Mountains
The Poor Scholar's Lament
Sketches of Irish Highways, by Mrs. S. C. Hall. No. I. The
No. II. Irish Beggars. No. 111. Irish
190, 337, 432
My Hobby,-rather, Nos. I. II,
Translations from the Greek Anthology
Recollections of Sir Walter Scott
Bubbles from Boulogne, by an Old Lady
Ode to the Author of “ Bubbles from the Brünnens”'
Buonaparte, his Bards; and Alfieri's Prophetic Tragedy
The Judgment of Paris
Tricks upon Travellers: A Sailor's Trick-A Yankee Trick-My
Grandfather's Trick-My Own Trick
The Crimes of Prize-Fighters : addressed to Viscount Duncannon