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Then all the gentlefolks flew in a rage,
Shook to her very toes,
Saddest of men,
Sat down, and then
And make Dol-drum agree
Who, in B flat, or C,
Or whatever the key,
The manager rings,
And the Prompter springs
And a taper and wax,
And small Queen's heads, in packs, Which, when notes are too big, you're to stick on their backs. Dol-drum the Manager sealed with care The letter and copies he'd written so fair, And sat himself down with a satisfied air ;
He sent them away,
There was MacFuze,
And Lieutenant Tregooze,
Dol-drum !-Dol-drum !-
Of their hisses and groans,
"Well, since I see
The thing must be,
Then MacFuze, and Tregooze,
And Jenks, of the Blues, And the Tags, and the Rags, and the No-one-knows-whos, Extremely delighted to hear such good news, Desist from their shrill · Cock-a-doodle-dos.'
Dol-drum, and He !
So, after all
's at the top of the tree,
a-year, And Fal-de-ral-tit is considered 'Small Beer;'
And Ma'amselle Cherrytoes
Sports her merry toes,
TO THE FIFTH VOLUME.
305 ; an Impudent Monkey, 358; Mr.
Foxe Varnish, 593.
Dalton, the Picture Bed-room by, 349.
Day in the Black Forest, 186; Day at
Dead, meeting of the, 633.
Death-bed Confession, from the posthu.
mous papers of a late surgeon, 497.
Dibdin, Tom, anecdote of him, 130.
Downs, Major, anecdotes of, 126, 377.
Early Friendship, or the Slave of Pas-
Elder, Abram, Esq. The Wishing Well
Elliston, Mr. R. W. anecdote of, 380.
England's Queen, an ode, 185.
Epistle from Miss Selina Spriggins to
Miss Henrietta Tims, 584.
Eton, a day at, 587.
Evening Star, 456.
Farrer, Miss A., Charade by, 478; an.
swer to, 618.
Woodruff, 50; his journey to London, Flaherty, Watty, see Watty Flaherty.
Graham, Aaron, anecdote of his anony-
Great Western, extracts from the Letter-
bag of, 11.
Guy Fawkes-account of an execution in
Mr. Nibble, 153; Mr. Trickett Donks, sall Hall, 107; the search, 118: the
pursuit in Chat Moss, 219; the disin- Judging by appearances ; Mistakes in a
Kelly, Michael, anecdote of his pony,
Kemble, John Philip, anecdote of, 376.
King John, a legend of the Isle of Wight,
L'Orient, 299, n.
Lay of St. Odille, a poem, 172 ; see In.
Legend-of the American War, 469 ; of
the Isle of Wight, 17. 575.
Le Gros, W. B. à rambling cruise along
Letter.bag of the Great Western, ex.
tracts from, 11.
Lions of the Modern Babylon, 80.
Loit, one of the Tshukt-hi chiefs, ac
count of his residence, 494.
Long Islanders, Uncle Sam's Peculiari
Lyra Urbanica," by Captain Morris,
poetical review of, 540.
lief of the Poor, see Moral Economy.
Macaw, Mr, a sketch, 89.
MacCulloch, Mr. his statement respecto
ing the consuinption of Whiskey in
Mackay, C., chapter on Haunted Houses
by, 161; the Hair and Beard, as sash.
ioned by Politics and Religion, 300.
M’Teague, P. the Herdsman by, 235.
Manchester, observations on the Moral
Economy of, 596.
Marriages, see Fleet Marriages.
Maxwell, W. Hamilton, biographical
sketch or, 331.
Mayhew, E. a Tale of the Morgue by, 27.
from his irons, 94 ; attends his mother's Medwin, Captain, 'Tis le ! by. 380.
Moral Economy of Large Towns-In-
Relief of the Poor, 131 ; Juvenile De.
linquency, 470 ; Manchester, 596.
Mother's Grave, a poem, 583.
Shamauns, account of their influence
with the Tshuktshi, 492, 493.
Sheridan, R. B. his epitaph on Lady
Payne's monkey, 564.
prayer composed by, 288 n.; a coffin Simmons, B. lines in an Album by, 586.
Siberian Fair, visit to a, 484.
Slave of Passion, 513.
Mountain Ash, 202; the Monks of
Old, 246 ; of Trafalgar and Nelson,
287 ; for the End of Term, 421.
Sonnet on Izaak Walton, 256.
Soul-Agent, the, a German Romance,
Spalpeen,' The Herdsman, by the au-
thor of the, 235.
Spriggins, Epistle from Miss Selina, 584.
Stanley Thorn, early characteristics of
him, 59; his interview with Mr. Rip-
315 ; his first nighi out, 422 ; his visit
forms a gallant action, 526; his mys-
petier, 530; dreams of Isabelle, 634.
Suett, Dicky, anecdotes respecting him,
St. Odille, 172; the Blind Girl of S. W. P., Jack Frost by, 496.
456; My Mother's Grave, 583.
Tale of a Shirt, 414.
Tale of the Morgue, 27.
Dr. W. C., Moral Economy of
and Benevolence, see Moral Economy. • The Spalpeen,' Watty Flaherty by the
Thorn, Stanley, see Stanley Thorn.
'Tis He: a tale, by Captain Medwin,
Tshuktshi fair at Ostrovnoïe, 484; re.
account of the conversion of young
camp, 493; account of the residence
of one of the Chiefs, 494,
by a, 484.
St. Winifred's Well, legend of, 455.
the Great Western by, 11.