Harper's New Monthly Magazine, No. V, October, 1850, Volume I.
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Harper's New Monthly Magazine, No. V, October, 1850, Volume I.

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  • Contents
  • Wordsworth—His Character And Genius.
  • Sidney Smith. By George Gilfillan.
  • Thomas Carlyle. By George Gilfillan.
  • The Gentleman Beggar. An Attorney's Story. (From Dickens's Household Words.)
  • Singular Proceedings Of The Sand Wasp. (From Howitt's Country Year-Book.)
  • What Horses Think Of Men. From The Raven In The Happy Family. (From Dickens's Household Words.)
  • The Quakers During The American War. (From Howitt's Country Year-Book.)
  • A Shilling's Worth Of Science. (From Dickens's Household Words.)
  • A Tuscan Vintage.
  • How To Make Home Unhealthy. By Harriet Martineau.
    • I. Hints To Hang Up In The Nursery.
    • II. The Londoner's Garden.
    • III. Spending A Very Pleasant Evening.
    • IV. The Light Nuisance.
    • V. Passing The Bottle.
    • VI. Art Against Appetite.
    • VII. The Water Party.
    • VIII. Filling The Grave.
    • IX. The Fire And The Dressing-Room.
    • X. Fresh Air.
    • XI. Exercise.
    • XII. A Bedroom Paper.
  • Sorrows And Joys. (From Dickens's Household Words.)
  • Maurice Tiernay, The Soldier Of Fortune. (From the Dublin University Magazine)
    • Chapter XII. “A Glance At Staff-Duty.”
    • Chapter XIII. A Farewell Letter.
    • Chapter XIV. A Surprise And An Escape.
    • Chapter XV. Scraps Of History.
  • The Enchanted Rock. (From Chambers's Edinburgh Journal.)
  • The Force Of Fear. (From Chambers's Edinburgh Journal.)
  • Lady Alice Daventry; Or, The Night Of Crime. (From the Dublin University Magazine.)
  • Mirabeau. An Anecdote Of His Private Life. (From Chambers's Edinburgh Journal.)
  • Terrestrial Magnetism. (From Chambers's Edinburgh Journal.)
  • Early History Of The Use Of Coal. (From Chambers's Edinburgh Journal.)
  • Jenny Lind. By Fredrika Bremer.
  • My Novel; Or, Varieties In English Life. By Pisistratus Caxton. (From Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine.)
    • Book I.—Initial Chapter: Showing How My Novel Came To Be Written.
    • Chapter II.
    • Chapter III.
    • Chapter IV.
    • Chapter V.
    • Chapter VI.
    • Chapter VII.
    • Chapter VIII.
    • Chapter IX.
  • The Two Guides Of The Child. (From Dickens's Household Words.)
  • The Laboratory In The Chest. (From Dickens's Household Words.)
  • The Steel Pen. An Illustration Of Cheapness. (From Dickens's Household Words.)
  • Snakes And Serpent Charmers. (From Bentley's Miscellany.)
  • The Magic Maze. (From Colburn's Monthly Magazine.)
  • The Sun. (From Chambers's Edinburgh Journal.)
  • The Household Jewels. (From Dickens's Household Words.)
  • The Tea-Plant. (From Hogg's Instructor.)
  • Anecdotes Of Dr. Chalmers.
  • The Pleasures Of Illness. (From the People's Journal.)
  • Obstructions To The Use Of The Telescope.
  • Monthly Record Of Current Events.
  • Literary Notices.
  • Autumn Fashions.
  • Footnotes
  • Credits
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