A New Series of Popular Fallacies
Letters from Germany in 1799, by S. T. Coleridge, Esq.
Senex's Soliloquy on his Youthful Idol
Death of Alexander the Great, by L. E.L.
Precepts and Practice, No. Ill., Captain Gray. By the Author
of " Sayings and Doings"
CONTENTS OF THE THIRD PART
The Gipsy's Ride
Weeds and Flowers. No. II. 1. A Sudden Conversion.—2. A
Song for any Season.-3. Carpe Diem.—4. On the Death of a
No. III. 1. Solitude.--2. The Spartan Mother.---
3. An Old Story. By Barry Cornwall
The Modern Novelists—The Disowned"
The Blunders of the Remarkably Skilful
The Prison Inquest. By the “ Clergyman in Debt
Records of a Stage Veteran, Nos. VI., VII., and VIII. 33, 359, 487
The Flying Island, a Legend of New England
The Confessions of William Shakspeare (concluded)
Extracts from a Journal kept during a Residence at Little Pedlington.
By the Author of “ Paul Pry'
70, 172, 323, 465
Stanzas addressed to Miss Landon
The Line of Beauty; or, Les Noces de Nose. An entirely original
The Brigand's Wife. By E. L. Montagu, Esq.
92, 228, 365, 501
Letters from the South. Nos. I., II., III., IV., V., VI., and VII.
Algiers; by Thomas Campbell
, Esq., Author of "The Plea-
sures of Hope,” &c. &c.
137, 273, 421
The Parting Word, by Miss Landon
The Love Charm, by L. E. L.
over London. By the Author of“ Sayings and Doings" 164
Sketches on Irish Highways.-Old Granny. By Mrs. S. C. Hall.
Epistle to Horace Smith from Algiers, by T. Campbell, Esq.
Conversations of an American with Lord Byron
by N. P. Willis, Esq.
By the Author of “ Corn-Law Rhymes"
on Michaelmas Day