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PUBLISHED BY JEMIMA M. MASON,
CORNER BROADWAY AND PINE STREET.
1855, June. 23. rift of Henry 2. Edenny Seg.
CONTENTS OF THE FOURTH VOLUME.
The Crayon Papers, by Washington Irving,
The Samphire Gatherer's Story, by A. H. Plunkett,
Adventures of the Cannon Family, by the author of "The Bee-hive,"
Old Morgan at Panama,
by G. E. Inman,
The Conqueror's Grandsire,
No Silver Spoon, by Thomas Haynes Bayly,
To a Lady Singing,
Retiring from Business,
The Withered Rose,
The Dead Bird,
The Blind Girl and her Mother,
Rambles among the Rivers,
Ancient and Modern Mohocks,
A Lay of St. Dunstan,
Calebs in search of a Cenotaph,
Some account of a new Play,
Colin Clink, by Charles Hooton,
To a Young Girl, by M. T. H.
The Old Elm, by J. N. M'Jilton,
The Dog Hospital of Paris,
Chronicles of the Place Vendôme,
Vincent Eden, or the Oxonian, by Quip,
Recollections of the Alhambra,
The Enchanted Island
The Veterans of Chelsea Hospital, by the author of "The Subaltern," 51. 450
Tales and Legends of the Isle of Wight, by A. Elder.
Adventures of a Maintop-crosstree-man, by Olinthus Jenkinson, Barrister-
66. 253. 368
Baron Von Dullbrainz, by William Jerdan,
Captain Jack, by a Colonist,
Mathews, John Kemble, and Mustapha the Cat,
The First Farewell,
The Grave; from the German of Rosegarten,
The Power of Beauty,
The Harem Unveiled,
The Toledo Rapier, by R. B. Peake,
Jack Sheppard and Blueskin in Mr. Wood's Bedroom,
Jack Sheppard, in company with Edgeworth Bess, escaping from Clerken-
Audacity of Jack Sheppard,
Jack Sheppard visits his Mother in Bedlam,
Jonathan Wild throwing Sir Rowland Trenchard down the Well-Hole,
Jack Sheppard escaping from the Condemned Hold,
Jack Sheppard tricking Shotbolt the Gaoler,
Mr. Matthews as Caleb Pipkin, in "The May Queen," by W. Greatbach,
The Portrait of Jack Sheppard,
The Patron King" Exquisitely beautiful!"-by A. Hervieu,
Jack Sheppard's Escapes: :-
No. I.-The Castle. The Red Room. Door of the Red-Room. A
Door between the Red Room and the Chapel,
No. II.-Door going into the Chapel. Door leading out of the Chapel.
First Door between the Chapel and the Leads. Second Door in
the same passage,
No. III.-Lower Leads. The Highest Leads, and the Leads of the
BY THOMAS INGOLDSBY
BY CHARLES HOOTON
Chapter XII. Briefly details a slight love-skirmish between Sammy and Miss Sower-
soft, which took place before Colin, while that youth was supposed to be asleep, and
also illustrates the manner in which old maids sometimes endeavour to procure
He becomes involved
themselves husbands.-Colin's employment at the lodge.
in a dilemma, which threatens unheard-of consequences.
Chapter XIII. Demonstrates, in the case of Miss Sowersoft and Mr. Samuel Pale-
thorpe, the folly of people being too curious about the truth, in matters better left
in the dark. Colin is subjected to a strict examination, in which the judge, in-
stead of the culprit, is convicted. Colin's punishment.
TO A YOUNG GIRL,
BY MRS. TORRE HOLME