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PUBLISHED BY JEMIMA M. MASON,
CORNER BROADWAY AND PINE STREET.
Guy Fawkes: an Historical Romance, by William Harrison Ainsworth,
No. II. Septimus Jeffs,
17, 129, 257, 361, 486, 593
Praise of Wine, by J. M. Moscherosch,
Irish Superstitions, by P. M'Teague,
The Exile's Song to Fatherland, by W. J.
When shall we three meet again?
No. III. The Lay of by Thomas Ingoldsby,
Biographical Sketch of Thomas Hill, Esq.
Cemeteries and Churchyards, a Visit to Kensall Green,
Stanley Thorn, by the Author of 'Valentine Vox,'
To One far
A Day with Nature, by James Aldrich,
The Dancing Master,
On Galatea, by Gotthold Ephraim Lessing,
Horæ Offleanæ, by a Man about Town,
Sydney, from the Memoranda of a Physician, by Capt. Medwin,
An Adventure in the Fifteen Acres by Phelim O'Toole,
Messrs. Leach, Battye, and Slug's Managing Chancery clerk,
Modern English Dramatists-Serjeant Talfourd,
Epistle to Fanny Elssler at New York, from the Omnibus' in London, 328
Lines occasioned by the successful getting-up of a new Comedy, by J. S. 344
Rumfuskin, King of the North Pole, by John Poole,
A Rencontre with the Brigands, by Albert Smith,
Hyson and Bohea, a Tale of the Tea-pot, by T. T. T.'
Contentment, by Martin Opitz Von Boberfeld,
The Return of the Birds, by W. G. J. Barker,
Light, by the Author of London Assurance,'
On the Knighting of Brunel, by E. L. J.
Ghost Gossips, by the Author of Stephen Dugard,'
To Myrtha, by George Rudolph Weckherlin,
Notes on some New Novels, by Dr. Pangloss,
Bridal Hymn, by Zacharias Lundt,
The Stage-Coachman Abroad, by Dudley Costello,
Sonnet on presenting a young Lady with a locket of hair,
Specimens of Modern German Poets, by Mary Howitt,
The Lonja of Seville, by the Hon. R. Dundas Murray (Elibank),
Hope, by Jesaias Rumpler von Loewenthalt,
The Mill of Pouldu, by Miss Costello,
Viviana Radcliffe examined by the Earl of Salisbury and the Privy Coun-
Mr. Bouncewell and his Colleagues trying it on' after Stanley's election,
Stanley and his Mother going into their accounts,
Guy Fawkes interrogated by King James the First,
The Earl and the Professional Gentlemen,
Guy Fawkes subscribing his Examination after the torture,
GUY FAWKES: AN HISTORICAL ROMANCE, ILLUSTRATED BY GEORGE
Chapter VIII.-The Jailor's Daughter.
Chapter VII.-The Star Chamber.
MERRIE ENGLAND IN THE OLDEN TIME,
BY PROFESSOR LONGFELLOW
EDITED AND ILLUSTRATED BY ALFRED CROWQUILL
WHEN SHALL WE THREE MEET AGAIN,
CEMETERIES AND CHURCHYARDS.-A VISIT TO KENSAL GREEN
BY THE AUTHOR OF VALENTINE VOX'
Chapter XXXIL-Stanley's Introduction to the House of Commons.
Chapter XXXIII.-In which the venerable gentleman appears to be caught at last.