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Armenian Banker, The . . . 641
Australia, Zoological Curiosities of 486
Australian File 340
Australian Mails . . . .813
Australian Travel, Incidents of, 673, 689
""Australian Vegetation, Marvels of 519
-Aztec Children, The . . . . 596
Fulham Palace . . . .501
Skra House .... 538
Walton to Runnyinede . . 616
Barber (The) in the East . . 197
E* Is and Bedding . . . .227
£l£l£I*GHitf AHD HE& MiStTAt-
Canvas* City, The .... 508
Chapter on Spirits . . . . 477
Chapter upon Snakes . . . 796
"toattworth, a Day at . . . 491
Chatswortb, Tho Grund Conserva-
China under three Emperors . . 710
Chronicles of ft Clay Farm . . 405
Clarke, Mr. W. F., the Engineer . 383
Enropo .... 405, 481
Coating Iron with Copper . . 128
North-west Passage . . . 757
Coronation of George iv. . . . 718
Cure of Disease, by Royal Touoh 175
■Curious Facts about Shell-fish . 101
Curious Petrifactions . . . 687
Curiosities of the Human Hair . 358
^Edinburgh fifty years ago
Elliott, Ebenezor, a last Visit to
Escape from St. Bartholomew
Evening at the Socioty of Arts . 337
Exiles in Siberia . . . .174
Floating City, A . . . .390
Flowers in London . . . . 580
Following a Speaker ... 20
Frost Piece—St. James's Park . 197
Fun-loving Animals . . . . 123
Georgo lit. and Dr. Fawcett . 727
Haydon, Benjamin Robert :. b27
Herring Fishery of Yarmouth . . 005
Herschcls (The) at Slough . . 804
Hint to the Young . . . . 80
Life iu an Hospital
My Kncounter with a Buffalo . . 556
Nat Norton's Will; or, the Legacy
Hunters .... 257,273
Negro Almanack-Maker • • • «
come to it . . • • • TM.
Not ..... • j;
.Nut lor Infidelity to Crack . ,. &"
Oa*is of tho Lybian Desert
Obstinate Shop, The
Old Humphrey on Mitigations
Old Humphrey on Birthdays 111
Old Humphrey's Visit to Del voir
Old House (The) at Dunkenfleld 177,103
Opium Factory at l'atna, . • 287
Oriental Marriages . ■ . . 120
Ornamental Tiles . . . 713
Our Cabs and Mlusses, with a word
for their Drivers . • . • 436
Pasha's Fipe-Bearcr . . . 769
Patriarch of Modern Science
(Humboldt) .... 156
Peep into a Jail . . . MO
Perpetual Motion .... 701
Peter Straussel's Lesson ... 209
Philosophy of Common Things —
Philosophy of Trifles . . . 656
Fic-Nic (A) in Australia . . 626
Pictures of Military Lite in Algeria 048
Planetary Observations in the East 603
Plea for tho Great Sea Serpent . 118
Pleasant Railway Companion . . 313
A Child's Address to the Snow . 80
Turn tho Carpet; or, tho Two
Stop and Think . . . .
The Souls uf tlio Children .
A Peasant's Reply .
Fear of Death Removed
Tho Snowdrop . . . .
Song of the Spring
The Wind's "Voices . • •
The Yoy.ige of Life .
Poetry of Homo . . • .
The Wayfaring Man of Grief .
On Seeing a Daisy, when con-
fined by Sickness" . . .
Flowers . .
llnrp of Pitcairii . . . .
Is there an Unbeliever?
"Your Fathers, where are they?
-Poor Man's Saturday Night in
London .... 12v»,
Poultry Mania, Tho . . . .
Power of Example *
Friei?b>ss Diamond . . . .
Prison Seem** Twenty Years Ago
Facndo-Druidkal Hocka • .
Uailway Signals and Colour Blind-
Keeent English Utopias . . 036
Hofugcos of tho Black Forest, in
SI, 07, 113
Remarkable Year, Tho . . 581
Remarkable Escape . . . . 623
Reporter in the British Senate
715, 746, 7B1
Restlessness of Worldly Minds -179
Restored Daughter . . 401,-117
Results of Biblical Criticism . . 654
Reward of Integrity . . . 211
Rome's Treatment of Science . 171
Rotterdam, Ramble to . . 62
Royal Captive of Carisbrook . 283
Rules for Home Education . . 47
Scepticism—a Tale . . .37*
Scott, Sir Walter . . . . 6S8
Sea (The); its Distribution, Depth,
Extent, and Level . . . 573
Self-possession iu Moments of
Peril . . ,. . . .391
John Howard . . . . 73
Edmund Burke . . . .305
Shakspeare Anticipated . . . 181
Shopkocping upon Two Principles 31->
Sister Martha .... 881
Spider-catching Fly of Vnn Dic-
mcit's Land CI
Staffordsuibb roTTBniEs, Visit lo
1. Borough of Stoke-upon-Trent 3G0
2. Glance at the Rise and Pro-
gress ot tho Potter's Art in
Britain .... 374
3. A Morning at Copland's . . 410
4. Ditto: aud Mintou's Tilo
Works . .421
Ornamental Tiles . . , . 712
Story of a Tea-Kettle . . . 112
Stream (The) and its Flowers . . 387
Subterranoan Romo . . 328,3441
Subtcrrauean London . . . 451
Sweotlips, the Wild Elephant . 77
Temple at Paris . . . .416
Thoughts for "Fast Young Men" 306
To London and Back . . . 5:12
irayti .... 218,231
Trip with the Tartar, from Stam-
1k.mi1 to Aleppo . . . . 225
Uncle John's Story . ... 775
Value of Things Wasted . . . 373
Varieties, 144, 176, 192, 208, 224,
Visitors and Visitees . . . 297
What is Sand? 635
Who was Thomas Paiue? . .004
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