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THE

N E W M O N T H L Y

MAGAZINE

AND

LITERARY JOURNAL.

1 8 3 1.

PART I.

ORIGINAL PAPERS.

LONDON:

HENRY COLBURN AND RICHARD BENTLEY,

NEW BURLINGTON-STREET.

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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

426

The Legacy of a late Poet

No. I. 11, II. 116, III. 211,

IV. 312

Conversations with an Ambitious Student in Ill Health, No. II. 16, III. 193,

IV. 296, V. 411

Early Rising :-“I'll pack my Portmanteau”

25

A Morning in Spain

32

Campbell of Spernie's Three Wives

33

American Life and Manners

42

Sketches from the North

No. I. 51

The First Mile-stone on the Harrow Road

58

Discontent of the Common People

59

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

65

The Last Look. By L. E. L.

71

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,
Esq.

550

Sir Ralph Latoun

87

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.

404

The Ballot

97

My Sinecure Place

104

Vicissitudes in a Lawyer's Life

105

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