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AUTHOR. "I'd month the Hopes"

MOORE Mike Barial of Sir John Moore

WOLFE "T I had thought thou couldst," &*c. Ditto. that Sheet and a Flowing Sea A Cl'XXINGHAM Tot Girl in her Thirteenth year SIDNEY WALKER The Rapiure of Kilmeny.

Tke Land of Thought .
The Lanely Glen

Ditto.
The Coronation of Inez de Castro FELICIA HEMANS
Hyptu aj the l'audois Mountaineers Ditto.
The l'oice of the l'aves

Ditto. Rienzi and his Daughter

M. R. MITFORD Happiness

HEBER
At a Funeral

Ditto,
The list of Jadec

SOUTHEY
Thalata in the Tent of Joath

Ditto.
Ta tke Etening Star

LEYDEN
Te the Evening Primrose

B. BARTON
Rkinefield-a Lodge in the New Forest SOTHEBY
The ticar

PRAED
The Elm Tree. --The Avenuc

T. HOOD
The Hoodman

Ditto.
Afar in the Desert

PRINGLE
The Water Vymph and the Shepherd. LANDOR
The Lilies of the Ficid.

KEBLE
Tke Hebrew l'edding

MILMAN
As Italian Garden:

LEIGH HUNT
The Alhambra

CROLY
The Three Sons

MOULTRIE
The Spanish Armada

MACAULAY
droelde in Ghent

TAYLOR
The Spilt Pearls

TRENCH
Hymn to the Sea

ALFORD

TENNYSON
New Year's Eve

Ditto.
Conclusion

Ditto.
Tailpiece

Ditto.
794 in the Campagna .

R. BROWNING .

E. B. BROWNING
Romance of the Swan's Vest

Ditto.
The Three Fishers

KINGSLEY
The Sack of Baltimore

DAVIS
My Land

Ditto.

Ditto.

351 J. GILBERT

355 Ditto.

361 H. WEIR

363 J. TENNIEL

367 B. FOSTER

377 J. GILBERT

379 Ditto.

382 W. HARVEY

387 G. DODGSON

394 Ditto.

398 W. HARVEY

402 J. Gilbert

407 G. DODGSON

425 Ditto

431 W. HARVEY

443 F. R. PICKERSGILL, A. R. A. 448 B. FOSTER

451 E. H. CORBOULD G. DODGSON

462 W. HARVEY

467 J. GilbeRT

470 Ditto.

475 J. R. CLAYTON

485 W. HARVEY

491 E. DUNCAN

499 T. DALZIEL

506 Ditto.

509 Ditto.

512 Ditto.

515 E, A GOODALL

519 J. R. CLAYTON

525 J. WOLF

533 T. DALZIEL

537 JAMES GODWIN

542 J. GILBERT

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J. Gilbert
T. DALZIEL
Ditto.
D. EDWARDS
James Godwin
E. H. CORBOULD
James GODWIN
Ditto.

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SUBJECT.

AL'THOR. Eva.- The Maiden's Home.

BULWER LYTTON The Stranger Suitor

Ditto. The Return

Ditto. The History of a Life .

PROCTER Within and Without

Ditto. Battle Scenes.

ATHERSTONE Richard Burnell. - Burnell and Alice. MARY HOWITT The Marriage of Alice .

Ditto.
Burnell and Alice in the Temple} Ditto.

Gardens
The Banks of a Ritter.

A. SMITH.
Pictures :

Ditto. A Summer Night.

BAILEY The Appeal and the Reproof

KNOWLES. Our Wee White Rose

MASSEY That merry, merry Mary

Ditto. Youth and Sorrow

MACKAY Autumnal Sonnce.

ALLINGHAM The flope of the Resurrection

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Lo! where the stripling, wrapt in wonder, rcves
Beneath the precipice o’erhung with pine,

And sees on high, amidst th' encircling groves,
From cliff to cliff the foaming torrents shine;
While waters, woods, and winds in concert join,
And Echo swells the chorus to the skies.
Would Edwin this majestic scene resign

For aught the huntsman's puny craft supplies?
Ah! no; he better knows great Nature's charms to prize.

And oft he traced the uplands, to survey,
When o'er the sky advanced the kindling dawn,
The crimson cloud, blue main, and mountain grey,
And lake, dim gleaming on the smoky lawn:
Far to the west the long, long vale withdrawn,
Where twilight loves to linger for awhile;
And now he faintly kens the bounding fawn,

And villager abroad at early toil;
But, lo! the sun appears ! and heaven, earth, ocean smile.

And oft the craggy cliff he loved to climb,
When all in mist the world below was lost.
What dreadful pleasure there to stand sublime,
Like shipwreck'd mariner on desert coast,
And view th’ enormous waste of vapour, toss'd
In billows, length’ning to th' horizon round,
Now scoop'd in gulfs, with mountains now emboss'd!

And hear the voice of mirth and song rebound, Flocks, herds, and waterfalls, along the hoar profound !

In truth, he was a strange and wayward wight,

Fond of each gentle and each dreadful scene.
In darkness and in storm he found delight;
Nor less, than when on ocean-wave serene
The southern sun diffus'd his dazzling sheen.
E'en sad vicissitude amus'd his soul;
And if a sigh would sometimes intervene,

And down his cheek a tear of pity roll,
A sigh, a tear so sweet he wish'd not to control.

See, in the rear of the warm sunny shower
The visionary boy from shelter fly;
For now the storm of Summer rain is o'er,
And cool, and fresh, and fragrant is the sky.
And, lo! in the dark east, expanded high,
The rainbow brightens to the setting sun !
Fond fool, that deem'st the streaming glory nigh;

How vain the chase thine ardour has begun !
'T is filed afar, ere half thy purpos'd race be run.

When the long-sounding curfew from afar
Loaded with loud lament the lonely gale,
Young Edwin, lighted by the evening star,
Lingering and listening, wander'd down the vale.
There would he dream of graves and corses pale,
And ghosts that to the charnel-dungeon throng,
And drag a length of clanking chain, and wail,

Till silenc'd by the owl's terrific song,
Or blast that shrieks by fits the shuddering aisles along.

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