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ENTERED ACCORDING TO ACT OF CONGRESS, IN THE YEAR 1855, BY
SAMUEL HUESTON,

IN THE CLERK'S OFFICE OF THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED STATES FOR TEX
SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF NEW-YORK.

JOHN A. GRAY, PRINTER, 97 Cliff, cor. Frankfort St., New-York.

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ISHAM'S Wife. By CAROLINE CHESEBRO',. 1
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Independence Ode. By W. H. C. HOSMER,.150
In the Land o' the Leal.'.

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ETIQUETTE of Visiting. By THOMAS BIBв
BRADLEY,

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137

Empty Church, (The,).. EDITOR'S TABLE: Leaves from our CampComfort and Green Mountain Contributor, 82; Reminiscences of Childhood, a Graphic Sketch, 87; Extracts from a Manuscript Volume of Poems, 202; A Day's Angling among the Mountains, 804; A Necessary Word to New Correspondents, 310; Seeing through a Glass Darkly. 417; Rail-way Smoking Cars, a Public Want, 419; Phoenixiana; or, Burlesques and Sketches; John Phoenix, 518; Tennyson's Maud, and Other Poems; 525; The Triumph of Big Words and Virtue, 526; A Glance a Hundred Years Ahead, 633; Interesting and Peppery Correspondence, 635; Patience: a Short 'Dog's Tale,' 637; The Murderers of Richard Downie, 689; Presentation of Plate to Mr. James Grant, 641.

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KISSING Betty Scudder: A Long-Island
Sketch,..

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from Russian Themes. By WM. FANTASIA; ...505 PITT PALMER,

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G GOSSIP with Readers and Correspondents, 89, 205, 311, 421, 527, 642 Gaiter Boots. By ROBIN RATTLEBRAIN, A.M.,

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By A NEW CONTRIBUTOR,. Woman's Glory,

Death of the Czar,.

.449

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36 51

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Letters to Ella. Number One,.
Ellasland,.

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Father Green,..441

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Lines to a Mother on the Death of Her First-
Born,

The Dying Girl,

To Myra. By LAWRENCE LABREE,.287
Remembrance. By RACHEL A. ACK-

On my Thirty-ninth Birth-Day. By JOHN G. SAXE,

120

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.159 .261

ERMAN,.

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To the Wabash. By HENRY A.
CLARK,

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To my Mother,.

.447

Soft and Softer. By WILLIAM PITT
PALMER,

471

.504 To a New Bottle of Ink. By KARL KURR, ..564 Glimpses,.. ..619 November,

.482 Legend of Margrethe. By C. F. M. RAYMOND, LITERARY NOTICES: Life of George Washington, by Washington Irving, 74; Peeps from a Belfry, (second notice.) 76; Sander's Young Ladies' Reader, 78; Homes for the People, in Suburb and Country, 79; The Star Papers of Henry Ward Beecher, 80; Virginia Medical and Surgical Journal. 81; The Odoherty Papers of the late William Maginn, LL.D., 188; The History of Napoleon Bonaparte, by J. S. C. Abbott, 191; Peg Woflington, a

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novel, by Charles Reade, 198; The Dia-
mond Cross and Other Tales, by Clara
Morton, 194, Cozzens' Wine-Press, first
volume, 196; Country Margins and
Rambles of a Journalist, 199; My Con-
fession: The Story of a Woman's Life, and
Other Tales, 201; Poems, by Erastus
W. Ellsworth, 289; Christie Johnstone:
a Novel, by Chas. Reade, 295; A Visit to
the Camp before Sevastopol, 298; Smith's
Speller and Definer's Manual, 300; Lays
from the Glen: Musings of Leisure
Hours, 301; Ariel, and Other Poems, by
W. W. Fosdick, 303; Griswold's Poets
and Poetry of America, Sixteenth Edi-
tion, 397; Heine's Pictures of Travel, by
Charles G. Leland, 405; The Iroquois,
by Minnie Myrtle, 408; Memoirs of
James Gordon Bennett, 410; The Six
Days of Creation, by W. G. Rhind, 411;
A Memoir of Rev. Sidney Smith, 412;
Howitt's Land, Labor, and Gold. 418;
The Annals of San-Francisco, by Frank
Soulé, etc., 414; The Newcomes, by W.
M. Thackeray, 415; The Poetry and Mys-
tery of Dreams, by Charles G. Leland,
510; North American Review, for the
October Quarter, 512; Oration and Poem
before the Delta Phi Convention, 515;
A Basket of Chips, by John Brougham,
517; A Voice to America: or, The Mo-
del Republic, 517; The Red Eagle: a
Poem of the South, by A. B. Meek, 621;
The Old Homestead, by Mrs. Ann S. Ste-
vens, 626; Scenes in the Practice of a
New-York Surgeon, by Edward H. Dix-
on, M.D., 627; The Progress of Religious
Ideas, through Successive Ages, by L.
Maria Child, 623; The Song of Hia-
watha, by Henry Wadsworth Longfel-
low, 630.

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My Campaign Reminiscences,
Memories. By SURREY KEENE,.
My Friend's Wife.

My Other Me. By JENNY MARSH,.

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RECOLLECTIONS of Newport. By LLWYVEIN,143

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STANZAS: Sebastopol.

By ISAAC MCLEL-

LAN,

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To Myra. By LAWRENCE LABREE, 155
Dawning,..
Music,

227

.254

The Little Garden,.

268

.274

By H. W. ROCKWELL, Esq,.
What Would I Be? By W.
C. HOSMER

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OUR Young Ladies. By AN AMERICAN
LADY,

89

Our Little Man: A Sketch. By Rev. F. W.
SHELTON,.

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The Two Keys,

War. By CHARLES M. DENIE,..
Moss-Rose Buds...
A Summer Day,

887

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508

Song of the Mechanic,.
Spirit-Love. By HENRY P. LELAND, .
Sonnet,.

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180
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Sketches from the Country. By W. L. TIF-
.221, 497
Story of Hemlock Hill,
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Summer Recreations; The Great Saguenay,
474
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Sandwich Islands, (The.) By ONE OF THE
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..838 The Lover's Leap: a Seneca Legend,..
...862 Tip-Top Ballads. In the Modern Style. By
MEISTER KARL..

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The Complete Susquehannah Angler.
ing the Second,

Fish-
.346
..381
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The Wind-Swept Blossom,

NIGHT-PIECE to Julia,.

.289

The Old Fort. By ISAAC MCLELLAN,

New Publications, Art Notices, etc.,....439, 550 The Change of the Seasons. By MINNIE

MYRTLE,
The Last Siege,..

The Indian Summer,"

The Old Man's Musings,
The Fairies Frolic,..
The Last Trip,..

The Old Man's Wish,.
The Olden Time,..

The Observations of Mace Sloper, Esq.
The Blind Boy's Love,.......

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PLEASANT Memories of the Old World. By
JAMES W. WALL,..
.....111, 262
Paul le Burg's Magic,
.157
Pride of Our Village, (The,) a Tale,.. ..284
Portrait, (The.) By L. A. RANDALL,......241 Upper Tendom: a Picture in a Gilt Frame,. 52

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