Sketches of the English Bar.-No. I. Mr. Brougham, 1.–No. II. Sir
Edward Sugden, 142.-No. III. Sir Thomas Denman, 252.—No.
IV. Sir James Scarlett
The Legacy of a late Poet
No. I. 11, II. 116, III. 211,
Conversations with an Ambitious Student in Ill Health, No. II. 16, III. 193,
IV. 296, V. 411
Early Rising :-“I'll pack my Portmanteau”
A Morning in Spain
Campbell of Spernie's Three Wives
American Life and Manners
Sketches from the North
No. I. 51
The First Mile-stone on the Harrow Road
Discontent of the Common People
Poland. A History of the Intrigues and Events which led to the Dis-
memberment and final Partition of Poland, and of the Causes of
the Revolution in 1830
The Last Look. By L. E. L.
Living Literary Characters.—No. I. Sir Walter Scott, 72.-No. II. The
Honourable Mrs. Norton, 180.-No. III. The Author of “ Paul
Pry,” 271.-No. IV. James Fenimore Cooper, Esq. 356.—No. V.
Edward Lytton Bulwer, Esq. 437.-No. VI. Thomas Haynes Bayly,
Sir Ralph Latoun
Speakers and Speeches in Parliament.-No. II. The Cabinet, 88.—No.
III. Members of the Government not in the Cabinet, 136.-No. IV.
213.—No. V. The Great Reform Debate, 347.–No. VI.
My Sinecure Place
Vicissitudes in a Lawyer's Life