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NEW MONTHLY MAGAZINE

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EDITED BY

W. HARRISON AINSWORTH, ESQ.

VOL. 82.

BEING THE FIRST PART

FOR 1848.

LONDON:

CHAPMAN AND HALL, 186, STRAND.

MDCCCXLVIII.

C. WHITING, BEAUFORT HOUSE, STRAND.

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GAINS LOST AND Losses GAINED. BY HORACE SMITH, Esq.

LA CAMICIA RAPITA.

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A GRAYBEARD'S GOSSIP ABOUT HIS LITERARY ACQUAINTANCE. 14, 250, 329

A FEW MONTHS IN SOUTHERN AFRICA. BY LIEUT.-COLONEL E. NAPIER

21, 189, 301, 456

TICK; OR, MEMOIRS OF AN OLD Eton Boy. BY CHARLES ROWCROFT, Esq.

31, 205, 342, 423

The Cha’B ARABS. BY W. FRANCIS AINSWORTH, Esq.

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SUBJECTS IN SEASON .

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LEGENDS OF SALZBURG. By John OXENFORD, Esq.

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THE ASTRONOMER'S LECTURE. A LEGEND OF OXFORD. BY THE Rev. An-

DREA DE SANTA CROCE, M.A.

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THE PEARL FISHERY. BY J. WILLYAMS GRYLLS, Esq.

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HISTORY OF BARBADOS

80

The Poor SOULBY CAROLINE DE CRESPIGNY

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ADRIEN Roux; OR, THE ADVENTURES OF A COURIER. BY DUDLEY Cos-

TELLO, Esq..

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MADAME EMILE DE GIRARDIN'S “ CLEOPATRA”

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PAQUERETTE: THE STAR OF A Night.

115, 180, 309, 467

Tue DRAMA IN PARIS. BY CHARLES HERVEY, Esq.

125, 263, 371

NEW YEAR'S DAY.

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· A PARIS WEDDING. BY DUDLEY COSTELLO, Esq.

143

THE EULUS, OR PASITIGRIS. BY W. FRANCIS AINSWORTH, Esq.

165

THE Exile's RETURN. BY J. E. CARPENTER, Esq. .

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LIFE AND REMINISCENCES OF THOMAS CAMPBELL. BY CYRUS REDDING, Esq. 173

RECOLLECTIONS OF AN OLD VOLUNTEER

219

THE NEWS OF THE BATTLE. By J. WILLYAMS GRYLLS, Esq.

.227

LIFE OF LORD CHANCELLOR HARDWICKE

228

MARIA LOUISA AND CARLO LUDOVICO. By L. MARIOTTI, AUTHOR OP“ ITALY

PAST AND PRESENT"

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MR. JOLLY GREEN ON THE THREATENED FR-CH INV---N

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THE RICHEST COMMONER IN ENGLAND

269, 409

CLING TO THOSE WHO CLING TO You. By J. E. CARPENTER, Esq.

PETTY WARFARE IN THE East. By W. FRANCIS AINSWORTH, Esq.

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TO CORRESPONDENTS.

Mr. AINSWORTH begs it to be distinctly understood that no Contributions what-

ever sent him, either for the New Monthly or AINSWORTH'S Magazines,

will be returned. All articles are sent at the risk of the writers, who should

invariably keep copies.

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