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LONDON:

PRINTED BY JOSKI'll R00RK8ON

24, NORFOLK-STREET, STRANb.

INDEX TO THE THIRTY-FIRST VOLUME.

NOVELS, ROMANCES, TALES, &c.

Amusements of the Month, 58,
117, 185, 248, 305, 369

Blessingtoo, the late Countess

of, 57
Black Rocks, the, 293

Captain Rock, 1, 65
Colby, the Lost Heir of, 144
Colonel de Surville, 15, 78
Commercial Travellers' Schools,

246
Commoner, the, 263, 332
Correspondents, Notices of, 64,

126, 190, 252, 312, 376

Description of the Plates, 63,
125, 190, 251, 311, 375

Episode, an, in the Life of Se-
bastian Bach, 179

Effect of Music on the Nerves,
181

Fashions for Jul}', 61

August, 123

September 187

October, 249

November, 309

December, 372

Fate of Gaston—A Page from

the History of Foix, 191

Goldsmith, the, of Augsburg,

39
Grace Bowden, 127

Handel, 157

Horace Somerville, 46, 89

Idolatry, 323

Idols, 149

Inheritance of Blood, the, 113

I thirst, 339

Jean Bernard, 328
Justine, 279

Letter Sketches:—

No. I. Florence Godwin,

152
No. II. Harry Newton,
276
Letters from Italy: No. III., 9

Literature:—

Astrology, 56

Cola Monti, 55

Crock, the, of Gold—The

Twins—Heart, 244
David Copperfield, 183
Diamond Rock, the, and

other Poems, 116
Diary, a, in the Darda-
nelles, 56
Excitement; a Tale of our

own Times, 116
Home Circle, the, 116
"Little Servant Maids," 57
Mamma's Lessons on the
History of Palestine, &c.,
185
Management of Infancy,

304
Parlour Library, the, 116,

185, 245, 305
Pendennis, 184
Reclaimed, the, 57
Roland Cashel, 245
Royal Dramatic Perform-
ances, 116
Ruins of Many Lands, 304
, Smoker's Dream, the, 116
Stratagems; a Story for

Young People, 245
Trevanion; or, the False
Position, 366

Macaulay's History of England,

103, 166, 231, 283, 353
Mental Architecture, 297
Money-changer, the, of Frank-
fort, 25, 94, 158, 225, 270,
340
Music, 60, 247, 308
Musings of a Student, 30

Novice, the; or, the Outlaw's
Bride, 175

Oun Conservatory:—

An Antiquary,

Ancient Athenian Mode of

conducting Legal Trials,

115
A Resolve, 183
Burying alive, 366
Charles Dickens's Ravens,

53

Consolation for Genius, 53
Daily Costume, 365
Effects of Self-training, 115
Elegy written in a London

Churchyard, 243
Feminine Progress, 243
Kinoulton Stone, 54
Milton's Eve and God's

Creation, 365
My Garden Gate, 303
Parents and Children, 365
Perturbations of the Planet

Uranus, 182
Scotch Sheep-dog, 303
Thoughts and Fancies from

"Festus," 54
Visionaries, 183
What a Critic ought to be,

302

Passages from Chateaubriand,

178
Percival of Sedgemoor, 219
Poet, the, to his Guitar, 339
Practitioners and Patients, 212
Prejudice, 113

Prospects of Genius, a Hint
respecting the, 52

Recollections of Teniers, 251
Rubini, 363

Samuel, the Jeweller, 238, 255,

324
Shakespeare and his Romeo,

114
Sick, the, and Lonely, 21
Sketch, a, of the La Fayettes,

321
Some Account of a True Hero,

111
Songs, the, of Adele, 207
Story, a, with a Moral, 301
Story, the, of a Life, 135, 200

Thoughts and Maxims trans-
lated from the French, 174

Thwarting the Spirits of the
Young, 207

Turkish Leaflets; or, Foliolafor
Franks, 142

Verses, 338
Victim Wife, the, 73
Visit, a, to Barga, 313

POETRY.

Advice from " Festus," 262
All Things smile on me, 8
Ancient Hall, the, 210
Aspiration, 29
Attendant Spirits, the, 268

Bier, the, and the Bridal, 352

Canzonet, 452

Captive King's Lament, the,
190

Children's Voices in the Coli-
seum at Rome, 132

Citizen, the, to his Friend, 141

Coincidents, 173

Day-dream, the, 157
Death-tryst, the, 261
Disappointment, 20
Do you think of me? 134

Elegy on an Infant, 7
Enigma, 143
Epigram, 364

First Crusade, the, 172
For thou art gone, 327
Friend of my Heart, forget me
not, 290

Gilbert a Beckel, 164
Governess's, the, Letter to her
Mother, 37

Haunted Husband's Story, the,

327
Happy Hearth, the, 320
Harvest Time, 156
Her Portrait, 282
How well do I remember her,

331

Human Might, 275

Invocation to Solitude, 300
I think on thee, O Albion dear,
300

Last Link is broken, the, 157

Lay of the Lonely, 177

Light and Shade, 45

Light in the Darkness, 218

Lillias, 23

Lines on Miss Youalt's " Kate

Walsingham," 7
Lines on the Bust of James

Matheson, Esq., 110
Lines: Oft have I wandered,

134
Lines to the Memory of a

Friend, 199
Lines: Dost thou behold? 269
Lover's Rhapsody, a, 45
Love in the Fens, 269

Mabel's Dream, 76
May-Sonnet, 45
Miller's Daughter, the, 102
Monody, a, 320
Mother's Dream, the, 29G
My Mother's Grave, 299

Nature's Revolution, 71

Ode from Anacreon, 20
Old Farm-house, the, 205
Old Lights are dying out, 110
On a Child floating Flowers, 20
On a Picture of "Cupid dis-
armed," 51
On the Graves of two unfor-
tunate Lovers, 8

Origin of the name "Forget-
me-not," 29
Other Days, 29

Poem for a Picture Gallery, 8
Poet's Diary, the, 112

Regret, 45

Renunciation of the Laurel, 131
Reverie, a, in Hampton Court
Palace, 253

Sister, the, 237

Song: Winter-time,364

The Caves of the Sea, 28

Tell me, dearest Mother,

134

for October, 223

Go tread the Paths of

Glory, 278
Sonnets, 51, 8S, 110, 111, 275,

362, 364
Stanzas, 51

Story, a, in Verse, 12, 85, 147
Stranger's Home, the, 302
Summer Wishes, 216
Sympathy, 112

Tear of Passion, 364
Tell me of the Past, 290
Thou art not here, 77
Thought, a, of the Past, 292
Three Christmas Days, 331
To a Lady who had worked me

a Watch-chain, 364
To Charming F. W., 143
Tomb, the, of Pontius Pilate,

224

Warning, 218

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CONTENTS.

Page

CAPTAIN ROCK. BY DR. SIIELTON MACKENZIE 1

AN ELEGY ON AN INFANT. BY H. O. ADAMS 7

LINES ON MISS YOUATT'S " KATE WALSINGHAM." BY MRS. ABDY fl>.

ALL THINGS SMILE ON ME. BY A. T. PECQUEUR 8

I'OE.M FOR A PICTURE GALLERY. BY MARIA NORRIS ilt.

O.N THE GRAVES OF TWO UNFORTUNATE LOVERS. BY THE HON. J. A. MAYNARD ib.

LETTERS FROM ITALY. NO. III. BY P. P. C 9

A STORY IN VERSE. BY CHARLOTTE GUBBINS 12

COLONEL DE SURVILLE: FROM THE FRENCH OF EUGENE SUE. BY ELIZABETH o'HARA 15

ON A CHILD FLOATING FLOWERS. BY ROSE ACTON 20

DISAPPOINTMENT. BY LOUISA COURTENAY PEACH ib.

ODE FROM ANACREON. BY J. A. ARMSTRONG ib.

THE SICK. AND LONELY. BY ELIZABETH YOUATT 21

LILLIA8. BYA.T • 23

THE MONEY-CHANGER OF FRANKFORT. BY GEORGE J. O. ALLMANN 25

sONG.—THE CAVES OF THE SEA. BY ROBERT H. BROWN, ESQ 28

OTHER DAYS. BY A. E. S < 29

ORIGIN OF THE NAME "FORGET-ME-NOT." BY JOHN A. ARMSTRONG ib.

ASPIRATION. BY GEORGE J. O. ALLMANN ib.

MUSINGS OF A STUDENT. BY MARIA NORRIS. NO. III.—MUSIC 30

THE GOVERNESS'S LETTER TO HER MOTHER. BY S. J. G 37

THE GOLDSMITH OF AUGSBURG. FROM THE GERMAN OF LUDWIG RELLSTAB. BY

M.A.Y 39

A REGRET. BY A. E. S 45

A LOVER'S RHAPSODY. BY W. B. A ib.

LIGHT AND SHADE. BY M. CHEETHAM tb.

A MAY-SONNET.—1848. BY CALDER CAMPBELL ib.

HORACE SOMERVILLE. BY OIDA 46

ON A PICTURE OF " CUPID DISARMED." BY MRS. NEWTON CROSLAND 51

sONNET ON BROWNING'S " SORDELLO." BY CALDER CAMPBELL ib.

STANZAS. BY A. E. S tb.

A HINT RESPECTING THE PROSPECTS OF GENIUS 52

OUR CONSERVATORY 53

LITERATURE 55

THE LATE COUNTESS OF BLES81NGTON 57

AMUSEMENTS OF THE MONTH 58

MUSIC i • •. 60

FASHIONS FOR JULY 61

DESCRIPTION OF THB PLATES 63

TO CORRESPONDENTS ,,,..., ,. , 64

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