WILLIAM MAKEPEACE THACKERAY
NOTES BY EMINENT HANDS.
George de Barnwell. By Sir E. L. B. L. Bart.
Codlingsby. By D. Shrewsberry Esq.
Phil Fogarty. A Tale of the Fighting Onety-Oneth. By Harry
Barbazure. By G. P. R. Jeames Esq. etc.
Lords and Liveries. By the Authoress of "Dukes and Dejeuners"
"Hearts and Diamonds" "Marchionesses and Milliners" etc. etc.
Crinoline. By Je-mes Pl-sh Esq.
The Stars and Stripes. By the Author of "The Last of the
Mulligans" "Pilot" etc.
A Plan for a Prize Novel
THE DIARY OF C. JEAMES DE LA PLUCHE ESQ. WITH HIS LETTERS.
A Lucky Speculator
Jeames on Time Bargings
Jeames on the Gauge Question
Mr. Jeames Again
THE TREMENDOUS ADVENTURES OF MAJOR GAHAGAN.
I. "Truth is Strange Stranger than Fiction"
II. Allyghur and Laswaree
III. A Peep into Spain.--Account of the Origin and Services of the
IV. The Indian Camp--the Sortie from the Fort
V. The Issue of my Interview with my Wife
VI. Famine in the Garrison
VII. The Escape
VIII. The Captive
IX. Surprise of Futtyghur
A LEGEND OF THE RHINE.
I. Sir Ludwig of Hombourg
II. The Godesbergers
III. The Festival
IV. The Flight
V. The Traitor's Doom
VI. The Confession
VII. The Sentence
VIII. The Childe of Godesberg
IX. The Lady of Windeck
X. The Battle of the Bowmen
XI. The Martyr of Love
XII. The Champion
XIII. The Marriage
REBECCA AND ROWENA; A ROMANCE UPON ROMANCE.
I. The Overture--Commencement of the Business
II. The Last Days of the Lion
III. St. George for England
IV. Ivanhoe Redivivus
V. Ivanhoe to the Rescue
VI. Ivanhoe the Widower
VII. The End of the Performance
THE HISTORY OF THE NEXT FRENCH REVOLUTION.
II. Henry V. and Napoleon III
III. The Advance of the Pretenders--Historical Review
IV. The Battle of Rheims
V. The Battle of Tours
VI. The English under Jenkins
VII. The Leaguer of Paris
VIII. The Battle of the Forts
IX. Louis XVII
A Day with the Surrey Hounds
The Finishing Touch
A New Drop-Scene at the Opera
Striking a Balance
Down at Beulah
Over-Boarded and Under-Lodged
Notice to Quit
Law Life Assurance
NOVELS BY EMINENT HANDS.
GEORGE DE BARNWELL
BY SIR E. L. B. L. BART.
In the Morning of Life the Truthful wooed the Beautiful and their
offspring was Love. Like his Divine parents He is eternal. He
has his Mother's ravishing smile; his Father's steadfast eyes. He
rises every day fresh and glorious as the untired Sun-God. He is
Eros the ever young. Dark dark were this world of ours had
either Divinity left it--dark without the day-beams of the Latonian
Charioteer darker yet without the daedal Smile of the God of the
Other Bow! Dost know him reader?
Old is he Eros the ever young. He and Time were children
together. Chronos shall die too; but Love is imperishable.
Brightest of the Divinities where hast thou not been sung? Other
worships pass away; the idols for whom pyramids were raised lie in
the desert crumbling and almost nameless; the Olympians are fled