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About Pike. By THOMAS SOUTHWELL . . . . . . 463

Adders or Vipers. By C. PARKINSON . .

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“Advertiser's Shakespeare, The." By EDMUND B. V. CHRISTIAN. 305

After Elk. By FRANCIS PREVOST . .

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All's Fair in Love. By JOHN DAWTREY. .

Alpha Centauri and the Distance of the Stars. By J. ELLARD

GORE, F.R.A.S.

An Episode under the “Terror.” After Balzac, by Philip Kent'i

Antwerp, How to See. By PERCY FITZGERALD), M.A. . . . 335

Around Cronstadt and Peterhof. By Rev. W. MASON INGLIS 619

At a “ Kneipp” Spa. By HENRY W. WOLFF, M.A. . . . 589

Bells, The, and their Makers. By W. B. PALEY . . . 250

Benedictus Spinoza, 1632-1677. By Rev. JOSEPH STRAUSS, D.D.

Brain-Tapping. By A. ARTHUR READE .

Carglen Kirk, A Disturber in. By ALEXANDER GORDON . 297

Chalcis, and What we saw Therein. By DOUGLAS WYNN WILLIAMS 143

Charles II., What became of? By C. T. W. ROUBLE . .

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Charming Ghost, A. By MARK EASTWOOD. .

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“ Chrysolite,” The Master of the. By G. B. O'HALLORAN . . 217
Church Steeples, Old By SARAH WILSON . .

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Cleansing the Black River. By F. M. HOLMES .

Concerning our Pedigree. By H. G. W'ELLS, B.Sc. . . 575

Cure, A, for London Fogs. By Owen C. D. Ross, M.Inst.C.E.

Disturber, A, in Carglen Kirk. By ALEXANDER GORDON ...

Eels. By M. R. DAVIES

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“ Eighteenth-Century Vignettes.” By THOMAS HUTCHINSON , 103
Eton, Old, Whit-Tuesday at. By J. W. SHERER, C.S.I.

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Every Day Athens. By NEIL WYNN WILLIAMS. i

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Fatal Number, The. By MARY HARGRAVE .
Female Brains and Girls' Schools. By GEORGE MILLER, M.B., 31
Flaubert, Gustave, The Letters of. By GARNET SMITH

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Great Forest, The, of Sussex. By THOMAS H. B. GRAHAM . .
Hidden Hoard, The. By WILLIAM TOYNBEE .

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Holland House and its Associations. By W. CONNOR SYDNEY 188

How to See Antwerp. By PERCY FITZGERALD, M.A. . .

Italian Poets, Two, of the Present Day. By MARY HARGRAVE . 163

Johnson, Dr., Round the Town with. By GEORGE WHALE.
Kalypso. By Rev. M. G. WATKINS, M.A. ..
“ Kneipp ” Spa, At a. By HENRY W. WOLFF, M.A. .

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Legends of the North Frisian Islands. By WILLIAM GEORGE BLACK 508
Letters, The, of Gustave Flaubert. By GARNET SMITH

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London Fogs, A Cure for. By OWEN C. D. Ross, M.Inst.C.E. . 228

Lullabies. By LAURA ALEX. SMITH . .

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Lyonnesse, Souvenirs of. By FRANK BANFIELD, M.A. . . . 396
Maid, The, of Doon. By ANDREW DEIR .
Marriage, A Man's Thoughts on. By E. B. Fox ..


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Martin the Shepherd. By LILLIAS WASSERMANN. .

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Master, The, Pof the “ Chrysolite." By G. B. O'HALLORAN .

Memories of Old St. Paul's. By WILLIAM CONNOR SYDNEY, M.A. 447

Millbank Prison, The Rise and Fall of. By G. RAYLEIGH VICARS 492

Mills and Millers. By the Rev. M. G, WATKINS, M.A. . . . 24

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Its Surroundings . Tennyson's Great Allegory. By WALTER WALSH. " Terror," An Episode under the. After Balzac, by Philip KENT I 'I'ropirs, A Garden in the. By JAMES RODWAY : Two Italian Pocts of the Present Day. By MARY HARGRAVE 163 I'wo Loves. By ARTHUR E. SALMON . .

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THE

GENTLEMAN'S MAGAZINE.

JANUARY 1893.

LA

AN EPISODE UNDER THE

TERROR."

AFTER BALZAC, BY PHILIP KENT.

TOWARDS eight o'clock in the evening of January 22, 1793,

1 an old lady might have been seen plodding down the steep slope which-with the broad thoroughfare called the Faubourg St. Martin, of which it forms part-ends at St. Lawrence's church. Not a soul had she yet met, for the Terror reigned, and the snow lay thick in the forsaken streets, muffling the sound of her footsteps. Yet she fared bravely onwards, as if trusting her age as a sure talisman to shield her from all harm. When, however, she had passed the Rue des Morts, she heard, or thought she heard, the firm and heavy tread of a man following in her wake. Fancying that she had heard the sound before, and scared at the notion that some one was dogging her heels, she pressed on towards a spot where a fairly well-lighted shop promised her the chance of ascertaining whether her fears were wellgrounded. There she suddenly halted, and, looking back, spied a human form looming through the mist. She now felt sure that the man had tracked her from the very threshold of her home ; and she reeled beneath the shock. But panting to shake off this spy, and blind to the hopelessness of the attempt, she broke into a run which speedily brought her to a pastrycook's, into which she darted, and sank into a chair near the counter.

As the old lady entered, the shop mistress raised her eyes from her needlework, scowled, rummaged in a drawer for something not forthcoming, uttered a peevish “Bother !” and, tripping from her perch towards the back of the shop, called her husband.

"A story founded on facts supplied to Balzac by the chief actor in the episode, See Memoir of H. de Balsac, by his sister Mme. Surville.

VOL. CCLXXIV. NO. 1945.

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