ARMOURER'S PRENTICES, THE. By C. M. Yoxge.
56, 122, 191, 260, 328, 390, 457, 517, 580, 650, 711, 778
Chapter 1. The Verdurer's Lodge, 56—II. The Grange
of Milkstede, 60--III. Kinsmen and Strangers, 122
-!V. A Hero's Fall, 127–V. The Dragon Court, 131
-VI. A Sunday in the City, 191–VII. York House,
196–VIII. Quipsome Hal, 260—IX. Arms Spiritual
and Tempora), 265—X. Two Vocations, 269—XI. Ay
di me Grenada, 331-XII. A King in a Quagmire,
$35—XIII. A London Holiday. 395—XIV. The
Knight of the Badger, 399—XV. Heave Half a
Brick at Him, 461-XVI. May Eve, 517—XVII. Ili
May Day, 523–XVIII. Pardon, 582—XIX. At the
Antelope, 589--XX. Cloth of Gold on the Seamy
Side, 654-XXI. Sword or Smithy, 715-XXII. AND
Last, An Invasion, 778.
ARNOLD, MATTHEW. By HENRY JAMES .
Illustration-Portrait of Matthew Arnold (Frontis-
piece), from a drawing by F. SANDYS, engraved by
O. LACOUR, facing page 203.
BAB. By STANLEY J. WEYMAN
Her Story, 700--His Story, 705.
BANQUETING HOUSE, THE, AND OLD WHITE-
HALL. By Austin DOBSON.
Illustrations-Statue of James II., by GRINLING GIB-
BOSS (Whitehall Gardens). drawn by J. O'CONNOR,
engraved by J. D. COOPER, 76--Window of the
Barqueting House, drawn by J. O'CONNOR, 76–
Portrait of Inigo Jones, after VANDYCK, engraved
by J. QUARTLEY, 77–- Whitehall Palace, from Fisher's
Plan of 1680, 78—Holbein's Gate, looking towards
Charing Cross, 79—The Banqueting House, looking
towards Westminster, 80—Whitehall, from a paint-
ing by CASALETTO, engraved by J. D. COOPER, 81-
Part of the Old Palace, from the Water, engraved
by F. BABBAGE, 82.
BATH, TWO CENTURIES OF. By H. D. TRAILL 531
Niustrations by W. G. ADDISON : Entrance to the
Roman Bath, engraved by O. JAHYER, 531—The
Abbey Church, Bath, engraved by W. M. R. QUICK,
532- The Roman Bath, engraved by E. LASCELLES,
534–Bath from Widcombe Hill, engraved by E.
LASCELLES, 536—The Avon and North Parade Bridge,
engraved by T. S. BAYLEY, 537— The Parade at
Bath in the Last Century, drawn by Hugh Thom-
son, engraved by E. GASCOINE, 538—Broad Street,
Bath, engraved by J. D. COOPER, 539—Prior Park
House, engraved by A. Roy, 540—Fragment of a
Frieze found in the Roman Baths, 541.
· BELTRAFFIO," THE AUTHOR OF. In Two Parts.
By H. James. Part I., 563—Part II., 628. . 563, 623
DOSE, HOW A, IS BUILT. By Donald MACALISTER. 640
Illustrations—The New Bridge over the Firth of Forth,
from & drawing by TRISTRAM Ellis, engraved by
J. D. COOPER, 640—The Britannia Tubular Bridge
over the Menai Strait, from a photograplı by FRITH,
engraved by J.D. COOPER, 643—Cancellous Structure
of the Head of the Thigh Bone, engraved by J. D.
COOPER, 616 — Cancellous Structure of the Heel
Bone, engraved by J. D. COOPER, 6-18Diagrams,
&c., 611, 648, 649.
BRASS WORK AT BIRMINGHAM. By B. H. BECKER 84
Niustrations by A. MORROW: Ornamental Frieze,
Brass-workers, 84-Going to the Works, Initial
Letter, 84–The Warehouse, 85-Feeding the Fur-
nace, 86-Wire-making, engraved by J. D. COOPER,
BRASS WORK AT BIRMINGHAM-Continued.
87—Barges on the Canal, engraved by W. QUICK,
89, 90—Strip Casting, engraved by W. and J. R.
BRUGES, THE BELFRY OF. By Rose G. KINGSLEY. 425
Illustrations by A. DANSE : Houses in the Grande
Place, engraved by J. D. COOPER, 425— The Belfry,
engraved by J. D. COOPER, 426—Quai du Rosaire,
engraved by J. D. COOPER, 427-Rue Flamande,
engraved by J. COCKING, 429—View on the Canal,
engraved by J. D. COOPER, 430—Quai des Marbriers,
engraved by J. D. COOPER, 431-Chapelle du Saint
Sang, engraved by J. D. COOPER, 432— Window in
the Rue Flamande, engraved by T. W. LASCELLES,
433— Bracket in Wrought Iron, engraved by J. D.
BYGONES. A POEM. By H. A. H.
CAMPAGNA, THE. A POEM. By AUGUSTA WEBSTER. 325
CASQUETTES, LES. A POEM. By ALGERNON CHARLES
CHARING CROSS, CHANGES AT. By AUSTIN DOBSON 403
Illustrations — Charing Cross, engraved by J. D.
COOPER, 403_Charing Cross, looking towards St.
Martin's Church, drawn by J. O'Connor, engraved
by J. D. COOPER, 405 — Charing Cross in 1590,
from Agas's Map, 406—Charing Cross in 1690, from
an original plan in the British Museum, 407
Charing Cross, looking up Cockspur Street, en-
graved by W. M. R. QUICK, from an old drawing,
408-Charing Cross, looking up the Strand, from
an old print, engraved by W. M. R. QUICK, 409—
The Statue of Charles I., engraved by A, C. COATS,
from a drawing by A. MORROW, 410—Northumber-
land House, from the River, in the time of Charles I.,
engraved by A. Roy, from a drawing by HOLLAR, 411.
CORN COCKLES. By GRANT ALLEN
Illustrations by ALFRED PARSONS : A Cornfield, 164
- Red Campion in Hedge, 165—The Corn Cockle,
engraved by J. D. COOPER, 165—Ragged Robin, 166
-Stitchwort, 167-Corn Flower, engraved by 0.
LACOUR, 168—Florets from the Ray and from the
centre of the Bluebottle, 168—Hard Head Flowers,
169— The Field Thistle, engraved by J. D. COOPER,
CORNWALL, AN UNSENTIMENTAL JOURNEY
THROUGH. By the Author of
Halifax, Gentleman" 275, 353, 412, 489, 553, 606
Day the First, 275—Day the Second, 278—Day the
Third, 353–Day the Fourth, 412– Day the Fifth,
415-Day the Sixth, 417-Day the Seventh, 421—
Day the Eighth, 489— Day the Ninth, 493— Day the
Tenth, 552— Day the Eleventh, 556 — Day the
Twelfth, 606—Day the Thirteenth, 610—Days the
Fourteenth, Fifteenth, and Sixteenth, 613–L'Envoi,
Illustrations—By T. NAPIER HEMY: View of Flush-
ing, from the Green Bank Hotel, Falmouth, en-
graved by 0. LACOUR, 277—St. Mawe's Castle,
Falmouth Bay, engraved by R. PATERSON, 250—
Falmouth from Flushing, engraved by W. M. R.
QUICK, 282-A Fisherman's Cellar near the Lizard,
engraved by E. GASCOINE, 2-3-A Crabber's Hole,
Gerran's Bay, engraved by BALECZ ISTVÁN, 285–
Cornish Fish, engraved by J. D. COOPER, 287—The
Cornish Coast, from Ynys Head to Beast Point,
engraved by J. D. COOPER, 353—Poltesco, engraved