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TABLE OF CONTENTS.
Life at Chelsea – Samuel Palmer – Carlyle's opinion of Blake
- Miss Muloch — Lady Stanley of Alderley, Miss Brown and
Letter from Jane W. Carlyle The Essay, “ Whales and
Lady Jersey Barnum and Everett Carlyle's opinion
Letter from J. W. Carlyle Charles Dickens and Thomas
Carlyle – Thackeray and Lady Airlie - Carlyle's liking for
Mrs. Carlyle and her husband's proofs Her opinion of
Jane W. Carlyle writes to her neighbour - Letters from D. G.
Rossetti, Samuel Palmer, Madox Brown The new scene.
Death of Mrs. G. Rossetti Letter from the widower Anne
Gilchrist writes to William Rossetti for the first time
Letter from Christina Rossetti — Jean Ingelow — John Carwar-
dine's account of the Secession War [Lord Alfred]
The walk to High Hollow — Greenhill.
Letter from Christina Rossetti Jonathan Hutchinson
Rossetti tells a good story about Carlyle and Browning
Anne Gilchrist reads “ Leaves of Grass” for the first time
The first letter from Walt Whitman Stillman's meeting
comes to tea
The new country — Description of Philadelphia Edward
Walt Whitman recites Ulysses Sir Edward
Durham Haslemere Letter from Walt
Mary Lamb - John Burroughs — Interesting letter upon London
Cary's reminiscence of Charles and Mary Lamb — Mrs.
Last words - The End.