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A LIST OF THE PRINCIPAL WORKS
AUTHORS NAMED HEREIN.
Poems chiefly Lyrical. Poems, second series. The Princess. Poems, fifth edition, 2 vols. In Memoriam.
THOMAS BABINGTON MACAULAY,
Essays from the Edinburgh Review. Lays of Ancient Rome. History of England. 2 vols.
ELIZABETH BARRETT BROWNING.
Essay on Mind, a Poem. Prometheous Bound, and Miscellaneous Poems. The Seraphim, and other Poems. Collected Poems, 2 vols. A Drama of Exile, and other Poems, 2 vols. Casa Guidi Windows.
Pauline, a Love Confession.
Paracelsus, a Poem. Strafford, a Bells and Pomegranates. 1. Pippa
Tragedy, Sordello, a Poem. Passes. 2. King Victor and King Charles. 3. Dramatic Lyrics. 4. Return of the Druses. 5. Blot in the 'Scutcheon.
Birth Day. 7. Dramatic Romances. 8. Luria. The Soul's Tragedy.
Philip Van Arteveldt. The Statesman.
Edwin the Fair, a
Tragedy. Notes from Life. Eve of the Conquest. Notes from
Sketches by Boz.
Pickwick Papers. Sunday under Three Heads.
Timothy Spark. Nicholas Nickelby. Oliver Twist. Sketches of
Dombey and Son.
W. M. THACKERAY.
The Yellow Plush Correspondence. Journey from Cornhill to Cairo. The Snob Papers. Jeames Correspondence. Vanity Fair. Great Hoggarty Diamond. Pendennis. The Irish Sketch Book, 2 vols. The Paris Sketch Book, 2 vols. Dr. Birch, and his Young Friends. Our Street.-Mrs. Perkins' Ball. Comic Tales and Sketches, 2 vols.
RICHARD HENRY HORNE.
Exposition of the False Medium. Gregory VII, a tragedy. Ballad Romances. Judas Iscariot, a Miracle Play. Death of Marlowe. Orion, an epic poem. Essay on Tragic Influence. EDITOR.
Cosmo de Medici.
Spirit of the Age.
Life of Schiller. History of the French Revolution, 3 vols. Specimens of German Romance, 3 vols. Goethe's Wilhelm Meister, 3 vols. Life and Opinions of Herr Teufelsdröckh. Critical and Miscellaneous Essays, 5 vols. On Heroes and Hero Worship. Past and Present. Sartor Resartus. Cromwell's Letters and Speeches, 2 vols.
Hope of the World, and other Poems.
History of London.
SIR EDWARD BULWER LYTTON.
Weeds and Wild Flowers, poems. Pelham. Eugene Aram. Paul Clifford. Disowed. Past Days of Pompeii. Rienzi. Earnest Maltravers. Alice. Pilgrims of the Rhine. Devereux, Godolphin. Falkland. Night and Morning. Last of the Barons. Zanoni. Lucretia. Harold, King Arthur. New Timon. Eva, and other poems. Siamese Twins. Poems from Schiller. Athens. England O'Neil, or the Rebels. The Student. Duchess de la Vailliere. Money, a Lady of Lyons. The Sea Captain. A Word to the Public. (about LucreCromwell, a tra
and the English. Leila.
PHILIP J. BAILEY.
Festus, a poem. The angel World.
Beauties of the Court of Charles II.-Characteristics of Women.Diary of an Ennuyee. Lives of Female Sovereigns, 2 vols. Visits at Home and Abroad, 3 vols. Winter Sketches and Summer Rambles, 3 vols. Companion to Private Picture Galleries. Hand-book to Public Picture Galleries, 2 vols. Social Life in Germany, 2 vols. Companion to Private Galleries of Art. The First, or Mother's Dictionary, 7th edition. Memoirs and Essays on Literature and Art.
Relative Position of Mothers and Governesses.
Legendary Art, 2 vols. Heroines of Shakspere. (Edited.)
The Wedding Gown. The Time works Wonders. Doves Character, 3 vols. Bubbles of Prisoner of War. Punch's Let
The Rent-Day Nell Gwynne. House-Keeper. Black-Eyed Susan. in a Cage. Devil's Ducat. Men of the Day. Cakes and Ale, 2 vols. ters to his son. Story of a Feather. Mrs. Caudle's Curtain Lectures. Chronicles of Clovernook. History of St Giles' and St James'. Dreamer and the Worker. Man made of Money. Mrs. Bib's Baby.
Lives of British Statesmen. Essay on the Popular Progress in English History. Life of Oliver Goldsmith.
JOHN WESTLAND MARSTON.
Gerald, Patrician's Daughter. Heart and the World. Strathmore.
SOME fifteen years ago two youths walked into the shop of Mr. Effingham Wilson, publisher, of the Royal Exchange, London, and after considerable blushing, asked him, with much deference, to publish a volume of Poems, their joint efforts. With that coy reluctance on his part, so natural to a publisher, he agreed, and the manuscript was handed to his printer. As the work advanced, one of these Siamese Twins, (son of Mr. Milman, the poet,) withdrew his verses from the venture, and consequently, Alfred Tennyson appeared in the world of poetry alone. A thin volume, to be sure some one hundred and twenty pages, but it was the fine point of a wedge which has gradually opened the world to him. It is needless to dwell upon the want of sympathy with which the volume was received; the few notices it obtained were savage or contemptuous: it was either a blow or a sneer. The Quarterly and Blackwood had their sport with the modest volume, and absurdly deemed they had extinguished him, but the