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Happy Horatio.

582 Threatened Negotiations.

587

Our Ally in the Mountains.

594 Germany from 1760 to 1814.

009

The Count.

598

PRESS.

ILLUSTRATED MAGAZINE.

Psychological Inquiries.

220

That!

282 Was Lord Lyttelton Junius?

223

Wife's Manual.

327

EXAMINER.

Life of Margaret D'Augouleme.

334

Macaulay's Sketch of Bunyan.

22

ATHENÆUM.

Conditions of Peace.

Locus Penitentiae for Russia.

70 Memoir of Joseph John Gurney.

227

Peace at what Price.

71 Historical Portrait Gallery. .

. 231

Operations on the Danube.

72 Sunny Memories of Foreign Lands.

. 370

Austrian Occupation. .

286 MSS. of the Poet Gray.

. 509

Our German Friends.

427 Copyright Decision.

515

Mrs. Stowe's Visit to England.

457 Memoirs of John Dalton.

520

Life of Mrs. Opie.

467 Caroline Southey.

. 526

Bird's Eye View of Cronstadt.

471 Bancroft's American Revolution.

. 548

Copyright in England.

514 Satire and Satirists.

. 566

Life of Thomas Ken.

524 Utah and the Mormons. :

590

United States Policy in South America. 563

New Pacha of Egypt. .

576

HOUSEHOLD WORDS.

Songs from the Dramatists.

579

The First and the Last.

585

Three Graces of Christian Science.

25

The Gun-boat Question.

586 Company Manners.

126

Transcaucasia.

603 French Domesticity.

. 236

Louis Napoleon and Free Trade.

608

Done to a Jelly.

. 257

Saxony.

610

The Ruined Potter.

. 321

The Cadi.

610

Catch Pennies.

. 564

Cuba and the Slave Trade. :

614 Faithful Margaret.

571

CHAMBERS'S JOURNAL.

SPECTATOR.

White Lady of Brandenburg.

28

Neutral Rights.

47 Wearyfoot Common. 32, 74, 116, 162

Knight's Old Printer and Modern Press.

218 Cross Thinkers.

124

Memoirs of Mrs. Opie.

225 Laudation of Trash.

Gosse's Aquarium.

229 Customs and Manners under the Water.

414

Evenings in my Tent.

234 Change for Gold.

416

Coalition Government and the War. 506 Radical Member of Society.

429

Leather Stocking and Silk,

510

Russian Conquest of Finland.

Eliza Cook's JOURNAL.

Prussia.

515

Bartlett's Travels in Texas, Mexico, and Adventuro in a Tunnel.

328

California.

518 Half-pay Lieutenant.

463

Graham's Jordan and the Rhine.:

544

American Immensitics.

Ponch.

Sandwich Island Notes.

592 Imaginary Conversations.

380

France.

612 Prussia's Vacillation explained.

ECONOMIST.

THE TIMES.
Real Danger of the War.

142 England, France, Germany and Russia. . 376
Hungary, Austria and Prussia.
175 Hood and his Monument.

. 409
Japan entering the Commercial World.
189 Capture of Nicholas.

. 507
Fortunes and Issues of the War. .

215

Austria and Allied Armies. .

BUFFALO DEMOCRAT.

324

Materials for Paper.

327, 361 What the Sea gives up.

Future Price of Whcat.

382
Our Allied Enemies.

379

LIVING NOTES OF A TRAVELLER.

Aspect of Warlike Affairs.

• 41. Respect for Property and Feeling in France. 609

British Ministers and their critics.

. 479

365

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Alexander and Nicholas,
22 Graham's Jordan and the Rhine,

544
Alexander, Archibald,
. 115 Germany, by Mrs. Austin,

609
Ant Eater,

133
Aquarium, Gosse's,
229, 414 Hungary, Austria and Russia,

175
Atlantic Steaming,
235 Health influenced by Occupation,

360
American Ambition and Europe's Dilemma, 242 Hood, Thomas,

409
Immensities, :
589 Hindoo Wedding,

465
Adventure in a Tunnel,

328 Haydon's Napoleon,
Agriculture, New Theories,

358 Happy Horatio,
Aloe and Bread fruit tree,

364
Irving, Edward,

349
Bunyan, John,

20
Brandenburg, 'White Lady of,

28 Japan entering Commercial World, 189
Barbary, Christian Slavery in,

51
Americans in,

562
Beard, The,
304 Junius--Lord Lyttelton,

223
Bartlett's Texas, etc.,
518 Jelly, Done to a,

242
British and Continental Characteristics, 548 Jordan and the Rhine,

544
Bancroft's American Revolution, vol. 3, 560

Know Yourself,

. 217
Christina, Queen of Sweden,

Knight's Old Printer,

218
Clarke's Lectures on the Novelists,
50 Ken, Bishop,

. 524
Cross Thinkers,

124
Company Manners,

. 126
Croly, Dr.,
. 318

177

Lock-keeper,
Coleridge's Unpublished MSS., · 337 Lyttelton, Lord, Was he Junius ?

223
Christianity and Cannibalism,
387 Lion Killer of Algeria,

273
Chinese Currency,

413
Leather Stocking and Silk,

. 510
Change for Gold,

416
Louis Napoleon and Free Trade,

. 608
Copy-right and Foreigners,

514
Coal, New supply of,

Mormonism, .
530

99, 147
Children, Books for,

531
Mendelssohn, .

144
Catch Pennies,
564 Moustoirac, Bride of,

195
Count, The,

598
Cadi, The,

610

New Books,73, 96, 193, 240, 241, 337, 384, 480, 616
Cuba and the Slave Trade,

614
Neutral Rights,

47
Nature Printing,

530
Dog-whippers,
290 Nightingale,

612
D'Angouleme, Marguerite,

334
Dalton, John,
520 Opie, Memoirs of Mrs.

225, 467
Ocean Temperature, Change of,

. 355
England, History of, in Rhyme,

50
Natural Allics of,
222 Psychological Inquiries,

220
Esquimaux, Music of, .

73 Portrait Gallery, at Sydenham Palace, 231
Elephant at large,
242 Publishers' Trials,

288
Evelyn and Pepys,
291 Pepys and Evelyn,

291
Elizabeth and her Favorites,
436 Potter, Ruined,

321
Exile and Governor,

502 Paper Materials,

327, 361, 602
Egypt, New Pasha of, .
576 Parody,

339
Palolo, On the,

363
French Domesticity,

236
Prescott and Macaulay,

382
Enterprise,

Paris Exhibition,
480

408
Respect for feeling and Property,

. 515
Finland, Russian Conquest of,
511 Powers, Hiram,

. 569

POETRY:
Graces of Christian Science,

25
Gurney, Joseph John,

227
A lovely Day,

1
Gosse's Aquarium,
229 Alice, Lady,

2
Goat Herd of Lorraine,

260 Angels, Two,
Gray, MSS. of,
509 Autumnal Sonnet,

432

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Alice,
477 Gunboat Question,

• 586
Threatened Negotiations,

. 587
Child's Smile,
141 Our Mountain Ally,

· 594
Bird's Eye View of Cronstadt,

471
Exiled,

. 193
Ministers and their Critics,

479
Gaily sounds the Castanet,

Coalition Government, and War,
1

506
Capture of Nicholas,

507
Hexameters at Pontabaglasllyn,

482
Prussia,

515
Hidden Light,
578 Russian Bath,

239
Knight, True,

2 Russians at Constantinople, Prophecy of, 314
Knights, The,
146 Racans, Three,

92
Radical Member of Society,

429
Living Picture,
144 Rogers, Henry,

483
Love and Change,

477
Love and Time,
578 Sargent's Standard Reader,

46
Stowe's Sunny Memories,

361, 457
Matin Song,
. 162 Screw Propeller,

434
Mountain Musings,
· 466 Southey, Caroline,

526
Mine,

481 South America, United States Policy in,
Mitford, Mary Russell

,

481 Satire and Satirists,
Night and Death,

Songs from the Dramatists,
289

• 579
Sandwich Island Notes,

592
Progress,
241 Schamyl,

594
Proudest Lady,
413 Sea, what it gives up,

. 608
Recollections,

Saxony,

.610
Rational Remonstrance,
386 Tent, Evenings in my,

234
That,

282
Shining Stars,

386
Trash, laudation of,

365
Sea Shore,

434
Temple, Dame Hester,

384
Sound of the Unknown Sea,

. 456
Terence, Passage in his Life,
433 Transcaucasia,

603
Under my Window,

49

TALES :
Vulture, no Mate for,

Brooch, My,

. 473
War ard Czar,

146
Cousin William,

. 330
What I live for,

241
Faithful Margaret,

. 571
Withered King,

529
Goat-herd of Lorraine,

260
RUSSIAN AND TURKISH WAR:

Gold, Change for,

416
Conditions of Peace,

68
Half-pay Lieutenant,

463
Locus Penitentiae,

70
Lock-keeper,

. 177
Peace at What Price,

71
Operations on Danube, .

72
Moustoirac, Bride of,

. 195
Real Danger of the War,
142 Ruined Potter,

. 321
War and Czar,

146
Fortunes and Issues of the War,

215
Three Racans,

92
Austrian Occupation,
Flitting at Kostendje,

Wearyfoot Common, 32, 74, 116, 162

315
Austria and the Allied Armies, 324 Ventilation of Bee Hive,

366
England, France, Germany and Russia, 376 | Who Was He?

495
Aspect of Warlike affairs,
411 | Wife's Manual,

327, 408
Prussia's Vacillation Explained, 426 Wind, Influence of Hills upon,

357
Our German Friends,
427 Wheat, future price of,

382
Skirmish in the Baltic,
470 Utah and the Mormons,

590
First and Last,

585

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LITTELL'S LIVING AGE — No. 528.- 1 JULY, 1854.

ST.CLOUD.

FROY GEMS OF MOORE.

To the pleasure-loving inhabitants of Paris,ges for which the French are famous, or gayly St. Cloud offers one of those delightful places tripping on the greensward to the enlivening of resort which, in the neighborhood of a great sound of some popular air, a sense of pleasure city, seems to transport the beholder hundreds and joy animates the whole being, and, pleasing of miles from the capital, and by rendering cheap and pleased, diffuses itself around in all those and innocent pleasures easy of access, does more little graces and amenities which have made to ameliorate the condition of the lower orders French politeness proverbial throughout the than can well be imagined. From the noise and world. dust of manufactories, from the glare and oppressive atmosphere of the crowded work-room; Gayly sounds the castanet, and, also, but too often, from the deficiences and

Beating time to bounding feet,

When, after daylight's golden set, discomforts of an ill-regulated house — to the

Maid and youths by moonlight meet. toiling artisan and ever-bending seamstress, how Oh, then, how sweet to move enchanting the transition to the shades and ver- Through all that maze of mirth, dure of St. Cloud, whose beautiful Lauterne,

Led by light from eyes we love

Beyond all eyes on earth. modelled from the tower of Demosthenes at Athens, finely placed on a lofty eminence, com

Then, the joyous banquet spread mands a noble prospect of the surrounding On the cool and fragrant ground, country; here, seated beneath the magnificent With heaven's bright sparklers overhead, old trees that wave over them with a thousand

And still brighter sparkling round.

Oh, then, how sweet to say gentle influences, the smiling landscape at their

Into some loved one's car, feet, whose shining river, spanned by its superb Thoughts reserved through many a day bridges, reflects the palaces on its banks, and

To be thus whisper'd here. the gayly-dressed groups whose many-colored

When the dance and feast are done, garments are seen amongst the groves, the spark- Arm in arm as bome we stray, ling fountains, and shadowy walks in all direc- How sweet to see the dawning sun tions, life insensibly assumes a more cheering as

O'er her cheek's warm blushes play!

Then, too, the farewell kisspect: its pains and penalties are either forgotten

The words, whose parting tone or borne more easily; and indulging in the harm

Lingers still in dreams of bliss, less luxury of some of those fantastic bevera-! That haunt young hearts alone.

" A lovely day

Of her slumbers deep in the hushed noontide,
In the lap of May

Laid in the shadows cool and wide,
Sat singing of Summer; not far away; That far in the heart of the forest hide :-
And the words of her song

Of her active hands that strive to bring
Were caught by a throng

To fruition the work of her sister Spring :
Of bursting buds that hasted along. Till—just as her songs of completeness ring-
She told of Summer with mild blue eyes With stalwart stride o'er the laden fields
And hair like the gold of sunset skies,

Comes Autumn: a warrior blade he wields; And floating robe of a thousand dies;

Affrighted, sweet Summer her treasure yields. Of her cheek's soft hue

Then flushes her cheek--and her pulse grows slow, Where the blush shows through.

And into her eyes comes a look of woe And her forehead bathed in morning dew, As she gathers her floating robes to go: Of her happy song so sweet and mild,

And with some fair flowers still in her hand, Of her breath, as pure as the breath of a child, Companioned o'er head by a songster band, Over her lips all undefiled :

She passes on to a southern land. Of her languishing air at the evening hour,

'Twas thus a day When shadows creep through grove and bower, In the lap of May And dews weigh down the closing flower :

Sat singing of Summer not far away. Of her joyous shout in the early morn,

And the words of her song Over the hills and woodlands borne,

Were caught by a throng Answered by Echo's dulcet horn :

Of bursting buds that hasted along."

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