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H An Epistle to 'Old Knick.' By GEORGE.... 26 HARFANG on Birds,.
20 An Anti-Prohibition Epigram,
61 Home and its Music. By JAMES MORRIS,...506 A Short Chapter on Water. By Professor Home,
.568 JAMES J. MAPES..... 61 Harfang on Birds. Second paper, .
.821 An Unknown Grave in Trinity Church- History of Captain Sampson Strongbow,....255 Yard, New York, .160 Hudson River, ( The,)...
269 A Mother's Lament, By TIE PEASANT BARD,..
I A Children's Story,
.284 Autumn Days. By W. W. MORLAND,
ISITAM's Wife. By CAROLINE CHESEBRO',. 1
.449 A Day's Wandering in London. By JAMES
Independence Ode. By W. H. C. HOSEB,.150
In the Land of the Leal.'. W. WALL,
.486 American Flag, (The.) By Isaac McLELLAN,..
KISSING Betty Scudder: A Long-Island
449 BURIED Treasure._By CHARLES M. DENIE...275 Birth of Fleance Krüger, (The.) By Caro.
36 Burnett House, Cincinnati, O. (Engraving,)323 Woman's Glory,
51 Death of the Czar,
On my Thirty-ninth Birth-Day. By
120 ETIQUETTE of Visiting. By Thomas BIBB
.139 Empty Church, (The).... 187
Ellasland, Editor's TABLE: Leaves from our Camp
Father Green,..441 Comfort and Green Mountain Contribu
608 tor, 82; Reminiscences of Childhood, a
Lines to a Mother on the Death of Her FirstGraphic Sketch, 87; Extracts from a
159 Manuscript Volume of Poems, 202; A
The Dying Girl,
.261 Day's Angling among the Mountains,
To Myra. By LAWRENCE LABREE, .287 804; A Necessary Word to New Corre
Remembrance. By RACHEL A. ACKspondents, 310; Seeing through a Glass
345 Darkly. 417; Rail-way Smoking Cars, &
To the Wabash.
By HENRY A. Public Want, 419; Phoenixiana; cr, Bur
394 lesques and Sketches; John Phænix, 518;
To my Mother,
447 Tennyson's Maud, and Other Poems;
Soft and Softer. By WILLIAM PITT 625; The Triumph of Big Words and
471 Virtue, 526; A Glance a Hundred Years Ahead, 633; Interesting and Peppery
To a New Bottle of Ink. By KARL
.619 Richard Downie, 639; Presentation of Plate to Mr. James Grant, 641,
Legend of Margrethe. By O. F. M. Ray.
ton, by Washington Irving, 74; Peeps FAXTASIA ; from Russian Themes. By War. from a Belfry, second notice.) 76; SanPitt PALMER,..
505 der's Young Ladies' Reader, 78; Homes
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79; The Star Papers of Henry Ward
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205, 311, 421, 527, 642 the late William Maginn, LL.D., 183; Gaiter Boots. By ROBIN RATTLEBRAIN, The History of Napoleon Bonaparte, by A.M.,
361 J. 8. C. Abbott, 191 ; Peg Wollington, a
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RECOLLECTIONS of Newport. By LLWYVEIN,143 volume, 196; Country Margins and
s Rambles of a Journalist, 199; My Confession: The Story of a Woman's Life, and Stanzas: Sebastopol. By Isaac McLELOther Tales, 201; Poems, by Erastus
LAN, W. Ellsworth, 259 ; Christie Johnstone:
To Myra. By LAWRENCE LABREE, 155 a Novel, by Chas. Reade, 295; A Visit to
227 the Camp before Sevastopol, 298; Smith's
254 Speller and Definer's Manual, 300; Lays
The Little Garden,...
.268 from the Glen: Musings of Leisure
By H. W. ROCKWELL, Esq, 274 Hours, 301; Ariel, and Other Poems, by
What Would I Be ? By W. H. W. W. Fosdick, 303; Griswold's Poets
C. IIOS MER and Poetry of America, Sixteenth Edi
The Two Keys,
.874 tion, 397; Heine's Pictures of Travel, by
War. By Charles M. DENIE, ...392 Charles G. Leland, 405; The Iroquois,
.455 by Minnie Myrtle, 408; Memoirs of
A Summer Day,
.508 James Gordon Bennett, 410; The Six
..616 Days of Creation, by W. G. Rhind, 411; Song of the Mechanic,....
.130 A Memoir of Rev. Sidney Smith, 412; Spirit-Love. By HENRY P. LELAND,. .142 Howitt's Land. Labor, and Gold, 413; Sonnet,
.151 The Annals of San-Francisco, by Frank Sketches from the Country. By W. L. TirSoulé, etc., 414; The Newcomes, by W.
.876 tery of Dreams, by Charles G. Leland, Summer Recreations; The Great Saguenay, 510; North American Review, for the
.474 October Quarter, 512; Oration and Poem Sandwich Islands, (The.) By ONE OF THE before the Delta Phi Convention, 515; Smitu Family,
.151 A Basket of Chips, by John Brongham, 517; A Voico to America: or, The Mo
T del Republic, 517; The Red Eagle: a Poem of the South, by A. B. Meek, 621;
The Press. From a Poem on the Stocks,... 17 The Old Homesteal, by Mrs. Ann S. SteThe Complete Susquehannah Angler,
28 vens, 626; Scenes in the Practice of a The Lost Hope. By Miss LOUISE E. VICKNew-York Surgeon, by Edward H. Dix
43 on, M.D., 627 : The Progress of Religious
Thoughts Out of Doors. By EDOUARD DE Ideas, through Successive Ages, by L.
Ranrop. Esq.,.., Maria Child, 623; The Song of Hia
The Magellanic Clouds. By J. SWETT,..... 64 watha, by Henry Wadsworth Longfel
The Two Sisters; or, Love and Pride,...65, 122 low, 630.
The Dead Boy. By HENRY A. CLARK,. . 121 M
The Glory on the Grave. By Mrs. JULIA
..161 Memories. By SURREY KEENE, ....339 The Lover's Leap: a Seneca Legend, ..
2:22 My Friend's Wife.
........362 Tip-Top Ballads. In the Modern Style. By My Other Me. By Jenny MARSIL,.........509 MEISTER KARL...
288 The Complete Susquehannah Angler. FishN ing the Second,
.846 NIGIIT-PIECE to Julia,.
The Old Fort. By ISAAC MCLELLAN,
494 The Last Siege,
..565 Our Young Ladies. By AN AMERICAN The Indian Summer,
.572 LADY, 39 The Old Man's Musings,
581 Our Little Man: A Sketch. By Rev. F. W. The Fairies' Frolic,...
.587 SUELTON, 45 The Last Trip,
..592 The Old Man's Wish,. P
The Olden Time, .. PLEASANT Memories of the Old World. By
The Observations of Mace Sloper, Esq... ....619 JAMES W. WALL......
The Blind Boy's Love,.
...111, 262 Paul le Burg's Magic,
U Pride of Our Village, (The) a Tale,.. Portrait, (The.) By L. A. RANDALL, ......241 | Upper Tendom: a Picture in a Gilt Frame,. 52