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Harper's New Monthly Magazine, No. VI, November 1850, Vol. I

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  • HARPER'S NEW MONTHLY MAGAZINE.
  • No. VI.—NOVEMBER, 1850.—Vol. I.
  • A PILGRIMAGE TO THE CRADLE OF AMERICAN LIBERTY.
  • WITH PEN AND PENCIL.
    • [From Dickens's Household Words.]
  • FATE DAYS AND OTHER POPULAR SUPERSTITIONS.
  • "BATTLE WITH LIFE!"
  • TRIAL AND EXECUTION OF MADAME ROLAND.
    • [From Dickens's Household Words.]
  • CHEMICAL CONTRADICTIONS.
  • DESCENT INTO THE CRATER OF A VOLCANO.[18]
    • [From Chambers's Edinburgh Journal.]
  • THE EVERY-DAY YOUNG LADY.
    • [From Dickens's Household Words.]
  • HISTORY AND ANECDOTES OF BANK NOTE FORGERIES.
  • THE OLDEST INHABITANT OF THE PLACE DE GREVE.
    • [From Chambers's Edinburgh Journal.]
  • STORY OF A KITE.
    • [From Sharp's Magazine.]
  • THE STATE OF THE WORLD BEFORE ADAM'S TIME.
  • THE MANIA FOR TULIPS IN HOLLAND.
  • THE SALT MINES OF EUROPE.
  • MY NOVEL; OR, VARIETIES IN ENGLISH LIFE.
    • (Continued from page 672.)
    • CHAPTER X.
    • CHAPTER XI.
    • CHAPTER XII.
    • CHAPTER XIII.
      • To be continued.
    • To be continued.
    • [From Chambers's Edinburgh Journal.]
  • THE EVERY-DAY MARRIED LADY.
  • ANECDOTE OF A SINGER.
    • [From Chambers's Edinburgh Journal.]
  • WHEN THE SUMMER COMES.
    • [From Chambers's Edinburgh Journal.]
  • VILLAINY OUTWITTED—FROM THE RECOLLECTIONS OF A POLICE OFFICER.
    • [From Dickens's Household Words.]
  • ATLANTIC WAVES.
  • HOW TO KILL CLEVER CHILDREN.[24]
    • [From the Dublin University Magazine.]
  • MAURICE TIERNAY, THE SOLDIER OF FORTUNE.
    • (Continued from Page 639.)
    • CHAPTER XVI.
      • "AN OLD GENERAL OF THE IRISH BRIGADE."
    • "AN OLD GENERAL OF THE IRISH BRIGADE."
    • CHAPTER XVII.
      • LA ROCHELLE.
      • (To be continued.)
    • LA ROCHELLE.
    • (To be continued.)
    • [From Colburn's Magazine.]
  • THE WAHR-WOLF; OR, THE LOVERS OF HUNDERSDORF.
  • A TRUE GHOST STORY.
    • [From the London Critic.]
  • SKETCHES OF LIFE. BY A RADICAL.
    • ALTON'S MOTHER AND THE MISSIONARY.
    • ALTON'S STUDY.
    • THE FIRST SIP OF FREEDOM.
    • THE TERRORS OF THE COMPETITIVE SYSTEM.
    • THE REAL OFFICE OF POETRY.
    • THE DANGERS THAT ARE LOOMING.
  • BURKE AND THE PAINTER BARRY.
    • [From Hogg's Instructor.]
  • THE IRON RING.
  • A TALE OF GERMAN ROBBERS AND GERMAN STUDENTS.
  • THE COUNTESS—A TALE OF THE FRENCH REVOLUTION.
    • [From Bentley's Miscellany.]
  • A MIDNIGHT DRIVE.—A TALE OF TERROR.
    • [From Dickens's Household Words.]
  • SPIDER'S SILK.
    • [From the Dublin University Magazine.]
  • THE RAILWAY.
    • [From Bentley's Miscellany.]
  • THE BLIND SISTER, OR CRIME AND ITS PUNISHMENT.
    • [From Chambers's Edinburgh Journal.]
  • FORTUNES OF THE GARDENER'S DAUGHTER.
    • [From Dickens's Household Words.]
  • THE PRODIGAL'S RETURN.
    • [From Sharpe's Magazine.]
  • THE LIGHT OF HOME.
    • [From Dickens's Household Words.]
  • HOW WE WENT WHALING OFF THE CAPE OF GOOD HOPE.
  • HYDROPHOBIA.
  • THE DOOM OF THE SLAVER.
  • AN ENGLISH STORY OF THE AFRICAN BLOCKADE.
  • INDUSTRY OF THE INSANE.
  • MONTHLY RECORD OF CURRENT EVENTS.
  • LITERARY NOTICES.
  • Fashions for November.
  • FOOTNOTES:
    • Transcriber's Notes:
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