« 이전계속 »
Cigars and Tobacco. By the Editor, 301.
Dr. Heidegger's Experiment. By N. Hawthorne, Esq., 179.
Flights of Fancy. By Walter R. Castelli, 432.
Havre versus Boulogne. By Francis Lloyd, Esq., 261.
John Fransham; a Biography. By the Editor, 123.
Letters from Paris. By R. M. Hovenden, Esq., 1.
Marmaduke Hutton; or, The Poor Relation. By W. Dodsworth, Esq., 99.
My White Charger. By Lieutenant-Colonel Hort, 375.
Rambles. By Walter R. Castelli, 255.
Scenes in Spain, 191.
Swissiana, 241, 359.
The Furniture Broker's Shop. By Cornelius Colville, 348.
The Grand Fête de la Fraternitié at Caen. By F. Lloyd, Esq., 161.
The Hollow of the Three Hills. By N. Hawthorne, Esq., 78.
The Life and Writings of John Skelton. By J. E. Ritchie, Esq., 334.
The Pearl. By Mrs. Edward Thomas, 397.
The Secretary. A Novel, 315, 453.
The Storm and the Conflict. By Mrs. Charles Tinsley, 94, 137, 273, 417.
Women as they are. By the Editor, 438.
Cupid's Bow. By G. W., 77.
Do you Remember? By C. A. M. W., 431.
Forest Thoughts. By Fitz James O'Brien, 395.
Mirth and Melancholy. By W. B. A., 187.
Song by Mrs. Crawford, 136.
Stanzas, on reading Mrs. Crawford's “ Four Ages," 82.
Télésile. By John Baker, 176.
Thankfulness to God. By Mrs. Charles Tinsley, 159.
The Alcestis of Euripides. By Rev. James Banks, M.A., 60, 217.
The Bard's Lament. By Mrs. Crawford, 334.
The Betrothal Ring. By Mrs. Abdy, 160.
The Faithless Wife. By Mrs. Crawford, 253.
The Hart's Bell. By Mrs. C. Tinsley, 300.
The Mystic Chimes of Halloween. By C. A. M. W., 312.
The Returned Picture. By Mrs. Edward Thomas, 313.
The Shining Stone. By Mrs. Abdy, 416.
The Step-Mother. By Mrs. Edward Thomas, 59.
The Summer Landscape. By Mrs. Abdy, 272.
There is Gold in California. By Mrs. Abdy, 347.
'Tis not for Me. By G. W., 374.
Cosmos. By A. V. Humboldt, 472.
Fox's Lectures to the Working Classes, 474.
Macfarlane's Glance at Revolutionized Italy, 461.
Michell's Ruins of Many Lands, 240.
Six Weeks in Corsica. By W. Cowen, 239.
The Bermudas. By W. Frith Williams, 239.
Twice Told Tales. By N. Hawthorne, Esq., 353,
Zayda-a Tale, and other Poems. By T. S. Traill, Esq., 353.
Letters from Paris, in 1848. By Robert M. Hovenden, Esq.
The Step-Mother. By Mrs. Edward Thomas.
The Alcestis of Euripides. Translated by the Rev. James Banks,
M.A., late Scholar of Lincoln College, Oxford.
Cupid's Bow. By G. W.
The Hollow of the Three Hills. By N. Hawthorne, Esq.
Stanzas. On reading Mrs. Crawford's “ Four Ages.” By the
Author of “ Rattlin the Reefer,” “ Old Commodore,” etc., etc.
The Storm and the Conflict. A Tale of the First Rebellion. By
Mrs. Charles Tinsley. Part I. Chap. IX—X.
Marmaduke Hutton : or, the Poor Relation. By William Dods-
worth, Esq. Chap. XLV-XLVIII. Conclusion.
45, OXFORD STREET,
Between Newman Street, and Berners Street,
The only Establishment in London, at which the desideratum of Taste, Fashion, and
Comfort, with an anatomical adaptation to the various requirements constituting pleasure
in the free exercise of the feet, can be obtained. The Proprietor of the above Establish-
ment has produced everything good and fashionable to meet the approbation of Ladies,
who will find them amply displayed, and open to their own selection, in a spacious
FITTING ROOM, admirably and conveniently adapted to trying on, insuring a neat
and elegant fit. The varieties of Boots and Shoes for the present season can scarcely be
enumerated in the limits of an advertisement, but observation may possibly be attracted
by the following.
WESTERN BOOT AND SHOE ESTABLISHMENT.
E. GARDNER, PROPRIETOR.
The only Establishment in London for an unprecedented assortment of French White
Satin Shoes, at 3s. 6d. per pair; also a splendid Satin, in Black or White, 4s. 6d. per
pair, the quality of which must be seen, to be duly appreciated, being far superior to any
before offered.' In addition to the above, the stock of fashionable Boots and Shoes pre-
pared for the present season, consists of a beautiful description of—
Satin Prunella French Boots,
Prunella Boots, Spanish or
(Black or approved Colors,) 6s 6d to 7s 6d Patent Fronts
4s 6d to 5s 6d
Fashionable Cashmere Boots,
In Shoes, the leading descriptions are,—
(own manufacture) - ... 6s 6d Superior and Fashionable
Splendid Patent Counter Go-
loshed French Channels ... 7s 6d
Do. Double Soles 5s 6d
(This article is warranted the most durable Do. Morocco, (own
Ladies can wear)
manufacture).. 3s 6d to 4s 6d
Do. Patent (Frenchor
Various descriptions of Dou-
English) 4s 6d
ble Sole Boots
Do. (for the house).. 2s 6d
In the Children's cepartment, an immense Stock has been manufactured, which for qua-
lity and prices will be found especially favourable to Families.
WESTERN BOOT AND SHOE ESTABLISHMENT, 45, OXFORD STREET.
MOURNING-COURT, FAMILY, AND COMPLIMENTARY.
THE PROPRIETOR of the LONDON GENERAL MOURNING WARE-
HOUSE begs respectfully to remind families whose bereavements compel them to
adopt mourning attire, that every article (of the very best description) requisite for a com-
plete outfit of mourning, may be had at his establishment, at a moment's notice. Widows'
and Family Mourning is always kept made up ; and a note, descriptive of the mourning
required, will ensure everything necessary for the occasion being sent immediately, either
in Town or into Country, and on the most reasonable terms. It is also to be observed,
that as both Milliners and Dressmakers are constantly employed in making up articles in
crape (at all times difficult), superiority in mode, and unusual neatness, may be relied on.
W. C. JAY, Proprietor, 247, 249, 251, Regent-street.