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OFFICE OF “TEMPLE BAR,” 122 FLEET STREET.

WARD AND LOCK, 158 FLEET STREET.

NEW YORK : WILLMER AND ROGERS.

The rights of translation are reserved,

EURATUM. A strange error occurred in our February Number. In the article

Towns on the Thames,” it was stated, at p. 376, that, “ years ago, when Oxford and Cambridge contended at Henley, one of the Cambridge crew was at the last moment taken ill. Oxford, strangely illiberal, declined to accept a substitute. Cambridge started with a crew of seven, and won the race." The names should be reversed. The Cantabs were illiberal; the Oxonians victorious.--En. T. B.

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AURORA FLOYD :

PAGE

Chapter XXXV. Cnder a Cloud

101

XXXVI. Reunion

. 113

XXXVII

. The Brass Button by Crosby, Bii mingham 247

XXXVIII. Off the Scent

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XXXIX. Talbot Bulstrode makes Atonement for the Past . 263

Bags of Gold

445

Best and the Worst Side, The .

Blackburn Sewing Schools, The

339

BREAKFAST IN BED :
No. III. On Mr. Mavor's Spelling-Book

.69
IV. On the prevailing Madness
V. On Things Going, Going,-Gone !

. 387
VI. On being Burnt Alive

489

CAPTAIN DANGEROUS :

Chapter XXI, Of the singular Misfortunes which befel me in Hol-

land

30

XXII, Of a strange and horrible Adventure I had in Paris,

which was nearly my Undoing ·

XXIII. Of my Secret Employment in the Service of the Car-

dinal de

50

XXIV. I fall into the Hands of recreant Paynims,

reduced to a state of miserable Slavery

202

XXV. After many surprising Vicissitudes, J. Dangerous

becomes Bestuschid Bashaw

213

XXVI. Of my Service under the Great Turk as a Bashaw;

of my Adventures in Russia and other Countries;

and of my coming Home at last, and buying my

Grandmother's House (which is now mine) in

IIanover Square

339

Comedy, A History of

120

Crowds, On

185
Dryden, John

77
Early Cottage Acquaintance

5.7
Education, Ancient and Modern

295
Evil Eye, The.

500

Folk Lore. Part II.

138

Good Old Times of Thieving, The

238
History of Comedy, A

120
How a Blind Man saw the International Exhibition

227

Joax MARCHMONT'S LEGACY :

Chapter I. The Man with the Banner .

5

II. Little Mary

14

III. About the Lincolushire Property

20

IV. Going away

155

V. Marchmont Towers

VI. The Young Soldier's Return

168

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