Harper's New Monthly Magazine, Volume 1, No. 2, July, 1850.
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Harper's New Monthly Magazine, Volume 1, No. 2, July, 1850.

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  • HARPER'S
  • NEW MONTHLY MAGAZINE.
    • No. II.—JULY, 1850.—VOL. I.
  • Contents
    • [From the London Eclectic Review.]
  • THOMAS DE QUINCEY.
    • [From Household Words.]
  • THE MINER'S DAUGHTERS—A TALE OF THE PEAK.
    • IN THREE CHAPTERS.
      • CHAPTER I—THE CHILD'S TRAGEDY.
      • CHAPTER II.—MILL LIFE.
      • CHAPTER III.—THE COURTSHIP AND ANOTHER SHIP.
    • CHAPTER I—THE CHILD'S TRAGEDY.
    • CHAPTER II.—MILL LIFE.
    • CHAPTER III.—THE COURTSHIP AND ANOTHER SHIP.
  • MOORISH DOMESTIC LIFE.
    • [From Household Words.]
  • THE RAILWAY STATION.
  • THE SICK MAN'S PRAYER
    • [From the Autobiography of Leigh Hunt, unpublished.]
  • SOPHISTRY OF ANGLERS.—IZAAK WALTON.
    • [From Household Words.]
  • GLOBES, AND HOW THEY ARE MADE.
    • [From The Ladies' Companion]
  • LETTICE ARNOLD.
    • [Continued from page 35.]
      • CHAPTER V.
      • CHAPTER VI.
      • (To be continued.)
      • [From Guizot's Discourse on the English Revolution.]
    • CHAPTER V.
    • CHAPTER VI.
    • (To be continued.)
    • [From Guizot's Discourse on the English Revolution.]
  • THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION.
  • FIFTY YEARS AGO.
    • [From Household Words.]
  • A PARIS NEWSPAPER.
  • ON THE DEATH OF AN INFANT.
    • TO A MOTHER.
      • [From the Autobiography of Leigh Hunt.]
    • [From the Autobiography of Leigh Hunt.]
  • RECOLLECTIONS OF EMINENT MEN.
    • [From Colburn's New Monthly Magazine.]
  • ODE TO THE SUN.
    • ODE TO THE SUN.
    • FOOTNOTES:
      • [From Household Words.]
    • [From Household Words.]
  • TWO-HANDED DICK THE STOCKMAN.
    • AN ADVENTURE IN THE BUSH.
      • [From Household Words.]
    • [From Household Words.]
  • THE USES OF SORROW.
  • BENJAMIN WEST.
  • PEACE.
    • [From Household Words.]
  • ALCHEMY AND GUNPOWDER.
    • [From a Month at Constantinople.]
  • GLIMPSES OF THE EAST.
    • [From the Autobiography of Leigh Hunt.]
  • CHRIST-HOSPITAL WORTHIES.
  • LEIGH HUNT DROWNING.
  • WILLIAM PITT.
    • [From Household Words.]
  • IGNORANCE OF THE ENGLISH.
    • (FROM AN UNPUBLISHED AUTOGRAPH.)
  • LINES BY ROBERT SOUTHEY.
    • [From the Autobiography of Leigh Hunt.]
  • THE SCHOOLMASTER OF COLERIDGE AND LAMB.
  • EDUCATION IN AMERICA
    • [From Bartlett's "Nile Boat."]
  • SCENES IN EGYPT.
  • SCENERY ON THE ERIE RAILROAD.
    • [From Dr. Moore's new work on "Health, Disease, and Remedy."]
  • BATHING—ITS UTILITY.
  • POVERTY OF THE ENGLISH BAR.
  • SONNET ON THE DEATH OF WORDSWORTH.
    • 23d April, 1850.
      • [From the Dublin University Magazine.]
    • [From the Dublin University Magazine.]
  • MAURICE TIERNAY,
    • THE SOLDIER OF FORTUNE.
      • [Continued from Page 10.]
      • CHAPTER II.
      • THE RESTAURANT "AU SCÉLÉRAT."
      • CHAPTER III.
      • THE "TEMPLE."
      • CHAPTER IV.
      • "THE NIGHT OF THE NINTH THERMIDOR."
      • CHAPTER V.
      • THE CHOICE OF A LIFE.
      • (To be continued.)
      • [From Household Words.]
    • [Continued from Page 10.]
    • CHAPTER II.
    • THE RESTAURANT "AU SCÉLÉRAT."
    • CHAPTER III.
    • THE "TEMPLE."
    • CHAPTER IV.
    • "THE NIGHT OF THE NINTH THERMIDOR."
    • CHAPTER V.
    • THE CHOICE OF A LIFE.
    • (To be continued.)
    • [From Household Words.]
  • THE PLANET-WATCHERS OF GREENWICH.
  • RAPID GROWTH OF AMERICA.
    • [From the London Times.]
  • LORD COKE AND LORD BACON.
    • [From Household Words.]
  • FATHER AND SON.
    • [From Fraser's Magazine.]
  • DIPLOMACY—LORD CHESTERFIELD.
    • [From the Dublin University Magazine.]
  • THOMAS MOORE.
    • TO JAMES CORRY, ESQ.,
      • ON HIS MAKING ME A PRESENT OF A WINE-STRAINER.
      • [From Household Words.]
    • ON HIS MAKING ME A PRESENT OF A WINE-STRAINER.
    • [From Household Words.]
  • THE APPETITE FOR NEWS.
    • [From Sharpe's Magazine]
  • A FEW WORDS ON CORALS.
    • [From the Dublin University Magazine]
  • A NIGHT IN THE BELL INN.
  • DEATH OF CROMWELL.
    • FOOTNOTES:
      • [From Household Words.]
    • [From Household Words.]
  • MY WONDERFUL ADVENTURES IN SKITZLAND.
    • CHAPTER THE FIRST.
      • THE BEGINNING IS A BORE—I FALL INTO MISFORTUNE.
      • CHAPTER THE SECOND.
      • OF DIVISIONS WHICH OCCUR IN SKITZLAND—I AM TAKEN UP
      • CHAPTER THE THIRD.
      • MY IMPRISONMENT AND TRIAL FOR MURDER.
      • CHAPTER THE FOURTH.
      • THE LAST HOURS OF THE CONDEMNED IN SKITZLAND—I AM EXECUTED.
      • CHAPTER THE FIFTH.
      • MY REVENGE ON THE SKITZLANDERS.
      • [From the People's Journal.]
    • THE BEGINNING IS A BORE—I FALL INTO MISFORTUNE.
    • CHAPTER THE SECOND.
    • OF DIVISIONS WHICH OCCUR IN SKITZLAND—I AM TAKEN UP
    • CHAPTER THE THIRD.
    • MY IMPRISONMENT AND TRIAL FOR MURDER.
    • CHAPTER THE FOURTH.
    • THE LAST HOURS OF THE CONDEMNED IN SKITZLAND—I AM EXECUTED.
    • CHAPTER THE FIFTH.
    • MY REVENGE ON THE SKITZLANDERS.
    • [From the People's Journal.]
  • CHARLOTTE CORDAY.
    • [From Household Words.]
  • GREENWICH WEATHER-WISDOM.
  • DOING.
    • [From Household Words.]
  • YOUNG RUSSIA.
    • [From Household Words.]
  • THE ORPHAN'S VOYAGE HOME.
    • [From the Autobiography of Leigh Hunt.]
  • LORD BYRON, WORDSWORTH, AND CHARLES LAMB.
  • AMERICAN VANITY.
  • MONTHLY RECORD OF CURRENT EVENTS.
  • LITERARY NOTICES.
  • Summer Fashions.
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