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81-85; Letters, 86; Contemporary Triumph of Civilized Life, 393.
Considered, 95-102; Summary, 104. Tuckerman, H. T., Article in N. A.
Twelve Parson Power, 448.
Soldiers and Theology, 300.
Vampire, the, 174.
Versailles Railway Accident, 344.
Victoria, Sermon on the Accession of,
Stage-Coach Travelling, 419.
Virgilian Pun, 444.
War and Credit, 358.
Supplies for the Mind, 195.
Ward (Lord Dudley), Witticisms on
Table-Talk of Sydney Smith, 417, 452. Waste of Life, 422.
Tarring and Feathering, 362.
Taunton, Reform Speeches, 314.
Waterton, Charles, Wanderings in
Who Reads an American Book? 188.
Tea and Coffee, 431.
Thackeray, W. M., Allusion to Lord Wild Curates, 444.
William IV. and the Reform Bill,
Wisdom of our Ancestors, 162.
Thomson, John, 21, 27.
Thomson, Thomas, 27.
Town and Country, 405, 431.
Travel, Books of, and Travellers, 109, Youth and Familiarity, 447.
Wit, Essentials of, 217-224; a Culti-
Words, Abuse of, 199.
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