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tediousness of larger romances-and a kind now become so popular that even the Author of “ Waverley” does not disdain to write them-he has contrived to unite the useful with the agreeable, his end will be fully answered ; and yet he is ready to continue, in another form, a task agreeable to him, and, he hopes, not unprofitable to his readers.

1st October, 1827.

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CONTENTS.

The titles of the Pieces in Verse are printed in italics.

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The Contented Man, ................... Washington Irving, .....

The Red-Nosed Lieutenant, ...........Forget Me Not, ......... 8

The Pirate's Serenade,...................W. Kennedy, .............

The Owl,................ .............. Thomas Hood, Esq., ...

Character of Mr. Knowles............. Hazlitt.....................

Lines written at Chamouni.............Lord Byron..............

The Black Velvet Bag, ................Miss Mitford,

Winter Quarters, .......................... Rev. Mr. Gleig..........

The Inquisitive Gentleman.............Miss Mitford,...........

A Soldier's Epitaph, ................... Southey, ..................

Two Passages from “ Corinna,” ......Madame De Stael, ......

The Old Sea Chest, .....................Captain Sutherland, .... 57

Ballad, I love thee, I love thee,... Thomas Hood, Esq. ....

The Spate, a Tale of the Clyde....... Editor, ....................

Affecting Circumstance, ...............Dumfries Courier, ......

Sonnet, .....................................John Holland, ...........

The Painter of Munich, ................ Miss Emma Roberts, ...

Secret Love, .............. ................. W. Bennet,............... 96

The Midnight Wind,.................... William Motherwell, .... 97

The Bramin's Well, ...................Howison, .................. ib.

Newhome, ...............................London Magazine........102

The Player and his Poodle..............Janus for 1826, .........113

The Falcon, .............. .............. Miss Landon.............114

The Return, ............................. Head and Tail Pieces, I

Aileen Artore's Epitaph,................From The Inspector,129

Confessions of a Lover, ................A. Crowquill, ............ ib.

The Fisherman's Tale.................. Head and Tail Pieces, 138

The Miller's Daughter, .................Literary Gazette.........145

The Lower Orders, ...................... Blackwood's Magazine, ib.

Moustache,.......... .............Janus for 1826,.........146

Genius, ........... .............. Miss Landon............. 152

The Doom of the St. Nicholas, .......Crawford, .................153

The Courier Dove, ....................... Anon....................... 159

Character of Colonel Hutchison, ...... Mrs. Hutchison,.........160

Sadik Beg,............ ............... Sir John Malcom, ......161

The Poet's Bridal-Day Song......... Allan Cunningham, .....163

Ahmed the Cobbler, ....................... Sir John Malcom, .......164

Drinking Song,.......................... Beranger..................175

St. Martin's Day, ....................... Holland Tide, ...........177

Song, She loves me, she loves me,”.. Anon.......................186

The Sailor's Mother, ...................D. Weir, Esq.,.......... 187

The Golden Frame, .................... Anon.

The Rescued, ........................... Blackwood's Magazine, 193

Hajee Salah, the Cross-Grained,...... Sir John Malcom, .......196

Extract from Schiller's Wallenstein," Coleridge, .................202

Amiens, .....................................J. Strang, Esq.,.........203

The Death of Murat, ................... Anon......................207

Bibliographical Notes, ................. By a Bookseller.........208

The Necromancer’s Noviciate, ........Howison, .................210

The Goose with One Leg, and the Anon.....

Gander with Two, ...............

The Widow of Galicia, ................ Thomas Hood, Esq., ...216

Song, It was not for the Diamond W. Kennedy,..............220

Ring,..............................".

Absent without Leave; or, Gone to Military Sketch Book,... 221

Sea in a Coach,.................... S

The Precipice, .......................... St. Leger, ................225

Sunrise, ................................... Pollok, ...................... 232

The Eighth Sleeper of Ephesus,...... Thomas Hood, Esq., ... 233

The Soldier's Orphan, ................. Military Sketch Book,... 236

Lines written near Death, ..............A. P. Sanderson, ....... 240

The Statue of Theseus, a Reverie,.... Horace Smith,............. 241

A Little Consequence, ................. Military Sketch Book,... 249

Love, .....................................Pollok, ..................251

The Three Jewels,...................... Thomas Hood, Esq., ... 252

Song, Away to Loch Long,” .......Literary Gazette, ....... 257

Mary Grace at her Toilet,............. Banim, .................... ib.

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Song, from the German, .................J. Macray,...............260
The Fair Maid of Ludgate............. Thomas Hood, Esq.,... ib.
Anticipation, ............................ Anon...............
On the Style of Miltong.................Dr. Channing,........... 272
Fairies or no Fairies, ...................Crofton Croker, Esq. ...273.
The Heiress's Complaint, .............. New Monthly Mag......277
The Leg, a True Story, ............... From the German, ...... 278
Complaisance; or, “Vat you Please,Anon...................... 284
Interesting Narrative, ....................Dumfries Courier, ....... 286
Self Love................................. The Reigning Vice, .....288
Robert Burns and Lord Byron, ...... Allan Cunningham, ..... 289
Love can Kill and Cure,............... New Monthly Mag......299
Ode for the Anniversary of the Manzoni, translated by 10

Death of Napoleon, ............... S Moir, ............... S
The Grand Duke and the Jew,........ Scotsman,

..306 The Bridal of Wintoun Tower........D. M. Moir, (4.)......310 The Illustration,.......................... Anon........................319 Lines written on the Banks of Loch} w. Bennet, ..............320

Eck, ................................... S James Campbell, ........................ Anon.......................321 Cross Readings, ....................... Horace Smith,............329 Stanzas to * * * * ................... Anon........................ ib. Story of Zerlina, ........... ............. Hon. W. Ward,.........330 The Puritans, ............................Mr. M'Caulay, Jun.....333 Lines to the Willow-Tree over the Editor

......336 Grave of Napoleon, Pisa Edition of Moore's Melodies, 7, 48, 101, 138, 191, 235, 309 Old English Poetry, ...................... 160, 176, 196, 224, 272

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