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I. THE ARTIFICIAL FLOOR FOR SKATING
. . 197 JI. DUNS DEMONSTRATED; by EDWARD HOWARD, Author of “ Rattlin the Reefer"
III. THE SECOND SLEEPER AWAKENED, Translated by Ali
VIII. SKETCHES HERE, THERE, AND EVERYWHERE; by A. Bird. A
IX. ANOTHER CURIOSITY OF LITERATURE
X. A HORRIBLE PASSAGE IN MY EARLY LIFE
XI. TWO OF A TRADE
225 XII. OMNIBUS CHAT—The two Naval HEROES ; TAR AND FEATHERS; An Aca
TALECTIC MONODY ; THIRD MEETING OF THE BRIGHT-ISH AssociaTION FOR THE
226 XIII. SOME ACCOUNT OF THE LIFE AND TIMES OF MRS. SARAH TODDLES; by Sam SLY
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Declined with thanks-Horatio Humdrum, C. C., P. S., J. B. B., My first Appearance, P. Q., and Viator. Thanks also for the “ Familiar Epistle," which we cannot use.
Received— The Shames of Shaving, Nose-ography, and other papers that are under consideration.
We have unfortunately mislaid Dr. Bulgardo's note. May we hope for another ?
In our next we hope to present the Clerk, the Yorkshire Horse-dealer, C. H. W., Sholto, and other Communications unwillingly delayed. Poems like L. P. M.'s scarcely accord with our plan ; yet we should be sorry to exclude the Evening Song.
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The Room fitted up for the purpose is acknowledged to be the most splendid sight ever seen by a British public.
Just added to the Collection, the
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