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Book II.-Chapter I. In which a hasty Journey is begun and ended. — Chapter II.
Which is dedicated to little Children. - Chapter III. In which two new figures pass
which the Reader is invited to a Ball in Park Lane.-Chapter III. Discipline and
Chapter III. Slightly romantic.--Chapter IV. Short, but very much to the purpose.
The Protestant Pilgrim, by Lieut. the Hon. Frederick Walpole,
Pleasures of Hope,
The Working of the Poor Laws in Ireland ; in a Letter to the Pub-
lisher, by the Archbishop of Dublin,
American Humour.-How Simon Suggs
« raised Jack.” By an
Alabaman. From the Library of American Humorous Writers, 137
American Humour.—The Great Kalamazoo Hunt. A Story of
Michigan, by a New Yorker,
American Humour.---That Big Dog Fight at Myers's. A Story of
Mississippi, by a Mississippian,
Richard Rafferty; or, The Irish
by W. H. Maxwell, Author of
Adventures of a Freshman,
“Stories of Waterloo,” &c.
My First Winter in the Woods of Canada,
By S. D. Huyghue,
Souvenirs of Versailles, St. Cloud, Neuilly, and the Tuileries, by an
Ex-hanger-on of Royalty. The Galerie du Bourreau, 171, 588
Bill Briskett and Dolly Dipps. A Humorous, Pathetic, and True
Frederick Chopin, by Tartini's Familiar,
Spring-Tide; or, The Angler and his Friends, by Paul Pindar, 246
Flowers of Paradise,
The Vielliebchen; or, The Double Almond, by Mrs. Romer,
The Science of Good Living in Paris, by Mrs. Mathews,
LITERATURE OF THE MONTH:
Beauties of the Boyne.-Mérimée's History of Peter the Cruel.- The Picture Collector's
Wise's Los Gringos.-The Poor Artist --Saint-Leger, .
or, The World in a Man-of-War.-Martineau's History of England during the Thirty
Blessington's Country Quarters.--Francis's History of the Bank of England,
during the Eighteenth Century,
M‘Carthy's Poems, .