Harper's New Monthly Magazine, No. XXVI, July 1852, Vol. V
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Harper's New Monthly Magazine, No. XXVI, July 1852, Vol. V

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  • HARPER'S NEW MONTHLY MAGAZINE.
  • No. XXVI.—JULY, 1852.—Vol. V.
    • THE ARMORY AT SPRINGFIELD BY JACOB ABBOTT
      • SPRINGFIELD.
      • THE ARMORY GROUNDS.
      • THE BUILDINGS.
      • THE WATER SHOPS.
      • THE MUSKET BARREL.
      • RESPONSIBILITY OF THE WORKMEN.
      • FINISHING OPERATIONS.—BORING.
      • TURNING.
      • THE STRAIGHTENING.
      • OLD MODE OF STRAIGHTENING.
      • CINDER HOLES.
      • THE GRINDING.
      • DANGER.
      • BURSTING OF GRINDSTONES.
      • POLISHING.
      • PROVING.
      • THE FORGING.
      • THE STOCKING SHOP.
      • DIVISION OF LABOR.
      • ASSEMBLING THE MUSKET.
      • THE ARSENAL.
      • THE ADMINISTRATION OF THE ARMORY.
      • CONCLUSION.
    • SPRINGFIELD.
    • THE ARMORY GROUNDS.
    • THE BUILDINGS.
    • THE WATER SHOPS.
    • THE MUSKET BARREL.
    • RESPONSIBILITY OF THE WORKMEN.
    • FINISHING OPERATIONS.—BORING.
    • TURNING.
    • THE STRAIGHTENING.
    • OLD MODE OF STRAIGHTENING.
    • CINDER HOLES.
    • THE GRINDING.
    • DANGER.
    • BURSTING OF GRINDSTONES.
    • POLISHING.
    • PROVING.
    • THE FORGING.
    • THE STOCKING SHOP.
    • DIVISION OF LABOR.
    • ASSEMBLING THE MUSKET.
    • THE ARSENAL.
    • THE ADMINISTRATION OF THE ARMORY.
    • CONCLUSION.
    • NAPOLEON BONAPARTE.[A] BY JOHN S. C. ABBOTT.
      • PEACE WITH ENGLAND.
    • PEACE WITH ENGLAND.
    • PECULIAR HABITS OF DISTINGUISHED AUTHORS.
    • OSTRICHES. HOW THEY ARE HUNTED.
    • A DULL TOWN.
    • MY NOVEL; OR, VARIETIES IN ENGLISH LIFE.[B]
      • CHAPTER X.—Continued.
      • CHAPTER XI
      • CHAPTER XII
    • CHAPTER X.—Continued.
    • CHAPTER XI
    • CHAPTER XII
    • THE LITTLE GRAY GOSSIP.
    • THE MOURNER AND THE COMFORTER.
    • LIFE OF BLAKE, THE GREAT ADMIRAL.
    • THE BRITISH MUSEUM AND ZOOLOGICAL GARDENS. BY FREDRIKA BREMER.
    • A TERRIBLY STRANGE BED.
    • WHAT THE SUNBEAM DOES.
    • THE RECORD OF A MADNESS WHICH WAS NOT INSANITY.
    • A TALE OF MID-AIR.
    • STORIES ABOUT BEASTS AND BIRDS.
    • A MISER'S LIFE AND DEATH.
    • RESULTS OF AN ACCIDENT.—THE GUM SECRET.
    • MY LITTLE FRENCH FRIEND.
    • BLEAK HOUSE.[D] BY CHARLES DICKENS.
      • CHAPTER XI.—Our Dear Brother.
      • CHAPTER XII.—On the Watch.
      • CHAPTER XIII.—Esther's Narrative.
    • CHAPTER XI.—Our Dear Brother.
    • CHAPTER XII.—On the Watch.
    • CHAPTER XIII.—Esther's Narrative.
    • THE COUNTER-STROKE.
    • PHILOSOPHY OF LAUGHTER.
    • Monthly Record of Current Events.
      • THE UNITED STATES.
      • MEXICO.
      • SOUTH AMERICA.
      • GREAT BRITAIN.
      • FRANCE.
      • EASTERN AND SOUTHERN EUROPE.
    • THE UNITED STATES.
    • MEXICO.
    • SOUTH AMERICA.
    • GREAT BRITAIN.
    • FRANCE.
    • EASTERN AND SOUTHERN EUROPE.
    • Editor's Table.
    • Editor's Easy Chair.
      • AN OLD GENTLEMAN'S LETTER. "THE STORY OF THE BRIDE OF LANDECK."
    • AN OLD GENTLEMAN'S LETTER. "THE STORY OF THE BRIDE OF LANDECK."
    • Editor's Drawer.
      • "SONNICK.
      • CONTRIBUTIONS TO OUR DRAWER.
    • "SONNICK.
    • CONTRIBUTIONS TO OUR DRAWER.
    • Literary Notices.
    • Comicalities, Original and Selected.
      • ILLUSTRATION OF HUMBUG.
      • RULES FOR HEALTH. BY A SCOTCH PHILOSOPHER WHO HAS TRIED THEM ALL.
      • FINANCE FOR YOUNG LADIES.
      • MAINE-LAW PETITIONERS
      • ANTI MAINE-LAW PETITIONERS.
      • MATRIMONY MADE EASY.
      • FAVORITE INVESTMENTS.
      • AN AGREEABLE PARTNER.
      • DELICACY.
      • THE DOG-DAYS.
      • THE AMERICAN CRUSADERS.
      • POETICAL COOKERY BOOK. STEWED DUCK AND PEAS.
    • ILLUSTRATION OF HUMBUG.
    • RULES FOR HEALTH. BY A SCOTCH PHILOSOPHER WHO HAS TRIED THEM ALL.
    • FINANCE FOR YOUNG LADIES.
    • MAINE-LAW PETITIONERS
    • ANTI MAINE-LAW PETITIONERS.
    • MATRIMONY MADE EASY.
    • FAVORITE INVESTMENTS.
    • AN AGREEABLE PARTNER.
    • DELICACY.
    • THE DOG-DAYS.
    • THE AMERICAN CRUSADERS.
    • POETICAL COOKERY BOOK. STEWED DUCK AND PEAS.
    • Fashions for Summer.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • Transcriber's Notes:
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