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BEN TLEY'S

MISCELL A N Y.

VOL. XXVII

LONDON:

RICHARD BENTLEY,

NEW BURLINGTON STREET.

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'he Ladder of Gold. An English Story, by Robert Bell, Author of

“Wayside Pictures,” &c.

1, 105, 209, 319, 425,

Book I.-Chapter V. In which the Reader makes the acquaintance of Mr. Pogey.-

Chapter VI. Mr. Pogey at Home.--Chapter VII. Which treats of Ladies.-Chapter

VIII. Which shows how Richard Rawlings begins to mount the Ladder,

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
over the stage,
Book II.-Chapter IV.-In which time advances faster than the story.- Chapter V. In
which Richard Rawlings extends the sphere of his operations. - Chapter VI. In
which an unexpected shot is fired into the town of Yarlton.--Chapter VII. In which
an event takes place that influences the lives of all our heroes and heroines,

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Book III.-Chapter I. Containing the Adventures of a Lady of Title. - Chapter II. In

which the Reader is invited to a Ball in Park Lane.-Chapter III. Discipline and
Impulse,
Book111.-Chapter IV. Pull of Miscellaneous Business. - Chapter V. Touching a
chord that ali men have played upon in their time. – Chapter vi. In which the
Plaintiff in this suit enters a declaration,

425
Book IV.-Chapter 1. In which the Baroness de Poudrebleu takes the initiative.-
Chapter II. Showing some of the rocks and quicksands in the stream of true love.

Chapter III. Slightly romantic.--Chapter IV. Short, but very much to the purpose.

The Big Bear of Arkansas,

35

My Middle Watch, by Lieut. the Hon. Frederick Walpole,

The Protestant Pilgrim, by Lieut. the Hon. Frederick Walpole,
R. N., Author of “ Four Years in the Pacific,”

369

The Sun-Dial and the Flower-Borrowed Importance,

48

Love and the World,

72

Gossip about the City of London,

81

The Snap-Dragon's Song,

88

The Unfrozen Spring,

By Alfred Crowquill,

145

Pleasures of Hope,

303
The Suicide. A Leaf from my Wanderings,

387
Amusements of the People,

514, 624

| The Note Book of a Coroner's Clerk, by the Author of " Expe-

riences of a Gaol Chaplain,"

The Black Ring, by the Author of “ Leonie Vermont,3 « Mildred

Vernon,'

54

The Bye-Lanes and Downs of England, with Turf Scenes and

Characters, by Sylvanus,

73

My Winter Room, { By Alfred B. Street, Author of “ Frontenac,”.

89

358

The Working of the Poor Laws in Ireland ; in a Letter to the Pub-

lisher, by the Archbishop of Dublin,

91

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,

415

American Humour.---That Big Dog Fight at Myers's. A Story of

Mississippi, by a Mississippian,

504

Richard Rafferty; or, The Irish
Fortune-hunter,

by W. H. Maxwell, Author of

Adventures of a Freshman,

“Stories of Waterloo,” &c.

145, 276

567

My First Winter in the Woods of Canada,

152
Forest Incidents.-Recollections of Canada,

By S. D. Huyghue,

472

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

Story,

183

Frederick Chopin, by Tartini's Familiar,

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“ Old Times,” by Capt. Blue Anchor, R.N. .

190
A Dirge. From the German of Solling,

245

Spring-Tide; or, The Angler and his Friends, by Paul Pindar, 246

Flowers of Paradise,

254

The Vielliebchen; or, The Double Almond, by Mrs. Romer,

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Broken Vows,

275

Defence of Sir James Brooke's Policy, by James Augustus St. John,

Author of “ The History of the Manners and Customs of the

Ancient Greeks," &c.

286

it ,

298

Some Account of the late Lieut. Waghorn, R.N., the Originator of

the Overland Route to India, by G. W. Wheatley,

319

Morning in Spring. From the German of Gustav. Solling,

357

A Song of Como the Beautiful,

373

Antonina ; or, The Fall of Rome, Mr. Collins' Romance,

375

Women in the East, by an Oriental Traveller,

379

Ticknor's History of Spanish Literature,

385

Dr. Johnson : his Religious Life and his Death

397

Sonetto. From the Italian of Benedetto Menzini,

398

Memoir of Major Herbert Edwardes. With a

400

Portrait.- Memoir of Mr. Sims Reeves.

By Alfred Crowquill, 527

-Memoir of Rev. George Cornelius

Gorham. Our Pen and Ink Gallery,

612

Hunting in a German Forest, by James Whittle, Esq.,

404

The Praise of Smoking, by H. J. Whitling,

418

The Architect in Search of the Picturesque in Norway, by H. J.

Whitling, Author of “ Pictures of Nuremberg,

457

The Circassian Priest Warrior and his White Horse: A True Tale

of the Daghestan,

465

A Bitter Mistake; or,

A Short Tale of a Pocket, by

Robert Postans,

467

To the Royal Pavilion at Brighton,

471

The Duke of Kent,

478

Forty Years

' Recollections of a London Actor, by A. v. Campbell, . 481

The Science of Good Living in Paris, by Mrs. Mathews,

187, 574

Sporting in the United States of America,

493

Russia and the European Crisis,

497

The Free Church in Scotland,

502

The Genius of George Sand-the Comedy of François le Champi, 506

Inedited Letters of Celebrated Persons-Horace Walpole,

521, 619

Her Majesty's Theatre,

528

The Tomb of Lady Blessington. by Mrs. Romer,

531

LITERATURE OF THE MONTH:
The Nile Boat.-The Pillars of Hercules. By David Urquhart, Esq. M.P.-Wilde's

Beauties of the Boyne.-Mérimée's History of Peter the Cruel.- The Picture Collector's
Manual.-Hieover's Stud for Practical Purposes and Practical Men,
The Rev. H. Christmas's Cradle of the Twin Giants. – Dyer's Life of Calvin. - Lord
Campbell's Chief Justices. – Jones's Recollections of Sir Francis Chantrey. – Lieut.

Wise's Los Gringos.-The Poor Artist --Saint-Leger, .
Life and Correspondence of the late Robert Southey.--Herman Melville's White Jacket ;

or, The World in a Man-of-War.-Martineau's History of England during the Thirty
Years of Peace.--Guyot's Earth and Man.-Huyghue's Nomades of the West; or, Ellen
Clayton. — The Wilmingtons: a Novel. – Wilkinson's Hands not Hearts. — Webb's
Martyrs of Carthage. — The Petrel: A Tale of the Sea.- King's Cope: a Novel. -
Savile's Leonard Normandale; or, The Three Brothers.-Raikes' Marriage Contract.
Daniel's Our Guardian. - Rathbone's Life's Sunshine. -- Pardoe's Flies in Amber.-

Blessington's Country Quarters.--Francis's History of the Bank of England,
The Rev. E. Neale's Life-Book of a Labourer. – Miss Kavanagh's Woman in France

during the Eighteenth Century,

The Cup of Life,

581

Recollections of Madame Catalani, by Mrs. West,

582

The Metropolis on Sunday,

587

History of Newspapers,

Mahommedanism-its Rise and Progress,

597

The Spanish Beauty,

600

Happiness,

611

States of the Church,

616

The Cicala in the Cypresses

631

The Life of a Louisiana “Swamp Doctor,"

632

A Glance at the Royal Academy,

640

M‘Carthy's Poems, .

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