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having at his command many sources of information not to be obtained by the generality of persons.
The novel with which we commenced our first volume of 1847 is now presented, completed, to our readers; and we trust that “Paul Pevensey” has by no means disappointed the anticipations formed at the outset, by our just encomiums of an author so preeminently fitted to shine as a writer of fiction.
While devoting attention to the literary part of “ The Mirror," we have been by no means unmindful of the dramatic or musical portion, which has hitherto afforded considerable satisfaction to those capable of judging of its merits.
In conclusion, we have to express our determination to use our best exertions to render che essuing volumes as worthy of attention as it is possible, for us to.do....We shall endeavour to secure only the best writers, and to preserve that variety of style and matter which has moi tieqüentj élicited approval of our undertaking
Our thanks are due to the press, for the kind support they have hitherto afforded us, and our hope is that we may still continue to merit it.
1st June, 1848.
IN DE X.
Antonio Perez. A Romance of Biography
Births and Birthplaces. By W. Law Gane..
Cotter's Sunday Morning, The. By Fanny E. Lacy
Drury Lane Theatre...
74, 148, 215, 286
Exhibition of Modern Art.
Fisherman of Wimille, The. By Henri de Sauclieres
to the Countess of Ossory, by Horace Walpole. Edited by the
150, 217, 253, 287
II.—Birth, Education, and Early Life of Robespierre
My Uncle's Library
Ode to Liberty. By Archer Gurney
Peasant, Thé, and his Landlord. By the Baroness Knorring. Translated by Mary
Philosophy of Pancakes. By E. L. Blanchard
Poets of the Present Century, The
“Remember the Eleventh.” By Fanny E. Lacy...
Richmond Green. By Mary Roberts..
Rose, Blanche, and Violet. By G. H. Lewes.
Tom Timkins's Pipe. · By E. L. Blanchard.