ALBERT the Artizan; one of the French Provisional Go. First Love, by William Howitt
vernment, by Goodwyn Barmby
235 Free Trade Recollections, by John Bowring, L.L.D., M.P.
American Lynching, the Desperadoes of the South-west 109 No. IX.---Spain
Audubon, the Wife of
378 French Revolution, the, by William Howitt
Australian Life. Prospects for Emigrants
384 Fruit from Plates and Dishes, by Silverpen, 20, 43, 59, 76
Awakening of Italy, the, by William Howitt
Game Laws, Evils of the, by a Lawyer
Banvard, a story about
211 General Post-Office, a Day and Night at the, by George
Battle, a, of Life and Death; a tale by Berthold Auerbach, Reynolds
10, 26, 36
translated by Mary Howitt
82, 103, 121 German Student-Life and its Influence on Popular Move-
Berlin, some account of
ment, by William Howitt
Germany at the Present Moment
Gin Palace, Interior of a, by William Howitt
Capital Punishment, by Frederic Rowton, Honorary Se-
Green Boughs from the Forest. Queen Elizabeth's Lodge.
cretary to the Society for the Abolition of Capital Pun-
The Two Thompsons, by William Howitt
No. VII.-The Subject Considered in its Moral Aspect 24
No. VIII.-Inquiry into Man's Political Right to In Ida and Zarah, by Miss H. M. Rathbone, authoress of
flict the Punishment of Death."Right Divine"
— The Proper Principle of Punishment Defined 85 Ireland, Greatest Grievance of, by William Howitt
No. IX.-The Punishment of Death Immoral, be-
cause Vindictive and Remorseless, Reform a neces-
Just Too Late. A Tale, by Anna Maria Sargeant
sary end of Punishment.-- The Paternal Mind. 102
No. X.-The Morality of Hanging Innocent Men.-
King Penguin, a Legend of the South Sea Isles, by R. H.
Conclusion of the Moral Argument
Channing, Dr., Memoirs of, by Parke Godwin
374 Lamartine. Translated from the French of M. de. Cor-
Child's CORNER, THE
menin, by Goodwyn Barmby.
The Painter's Little Model, by Mary Howitt.
409 Letters from Paris, by Goodwyn Barmby
The Story of Little Cristal, by Mary Howitt
219 No. I.-Introductory Letter
Things Present and Things Unseen.--An Introduction
No. II.-The Paris of the Revolution
to the Study of History, by Mary Gillies
87 No. III.--The Placards of Paris
Christmas Storms and Sunshine, by Cotton Mather Mills .
No. IV. --The Elections in France
Cobden, Richard, the Mission of, by J. Passmore Edwards 200 No. V.-The Organization of Industry
Cold Abroad for Warmth at Home, by William Howitt 98 No. VI.—The Pamphlets of Paris
Conspiracy Against the Sugar Pot, by William Howi:t 130 No. VII.- The Clubs of Paris
Corporation Resistance to the Wellbeing of the Working
LITERARY NOTICES :
253 A Jar of Honey from Mount Hybla, by Leigh Hunt 29
Adams's Illustrated Descriptive Guide to the Watering
Dick Crowninshield the Assassin, and Zachary Taylor the
Places of England, by E. L. Blanchard
Soldier, the difference between them, by Henry C. Wright 395
Australia Felix, or, a Historical and Descriptive Account
of the Settlement of Port Philip, New South Wales
by William Westgarth
Elephant kraal, the
Cheap Popular Music, viz:-British Harmonist, Hamil-
English Aristocracy, Opinions of Celebrated Men in France
ton's Select Songs of Scotland, Caldwell's Musical
Journal, Musical Treasury, Davidson's Universal
Every Day Wisdom, Plucked from the Garden of Child.
Melodist, Davidson's Little Songs for Little Singers 78
hood, by Berthold Auerbach, translated for Howitt's
Ecclesia Dei : a Vision of the Church
Festus : a Poem, by Philip James Baily, third edition,
Extract from the Diary of La Mayeux, a Deformed Nee-
dlewoman, translated for Howitt's JOURNAL, from Le
France and England: a Vision of the Future, by M.
Helps to Hereford History: an account of the Cordwain.
Facts from the Fields.—The Depopulating Policy, by
ers' Company of that city and the Mordiford Dragon,
William Howitt :-
by James Dacres Devlin
Extension of the English Manufacturing System by
Hours of Recreation. Poems, by Charles S. Middleton 363
which Men are worked up into Malefactors.
Italy, Past and Present, by L. Mariotti
No. 1.--The Meldrum Family, 163, 178, 194, 213,
Judas Iscariot, a Miracle Play, by R. H. Horne
232, 250, 261, 274, 291, 306, 324, 342 355 Medical Reform, by W. Simpson, surgeon
Fairies, the, in New England, by J. G. Whittier
278 Memoir of the Life of Elizabeth Fry, with Extracts
Famished Iland, the, by Mrs. Saymore
from her Letters and Journal, edited by two of her