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Knickerbocker Magazine.

EDITED BY LOUIS GAYLORD CLARK, will commence its THIRTY-NITH VOLUME with the number for January, 1852.

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INDEX.

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PAGE PAGB Extract from an unpublished Pocm. By FitzAn Epistolary Day-Dream, 40 GREENB HALLECK,

409 Angel Eve; or the Celestial Messenger, 47 Epitaph on a Young Lady. By J. CUNNINGAnn Eliot, Wife of the Apostle of the In- HAM,

432 dians,

68

F Angel (The) in a Maiden's Eyes,

81 A Day in the Salzkammergut,

111 Fairy Land. By Wm. B. GLAZIER, Esq.,,, 66 Almack's Down East,

151 Fresh Start with the New Year. By Rev. J. A few Hints about Genius and Talent, 299 W. MEARS,

146 Anacreontic Stanzas,

408 Fudge Papers (The). By IK.MARVEL, 48, 163, An Old Man's Reverie,

548

352, 448.

Fivefold Fight (The): A "Ballad of Mexico.
B
By A. B. STREET, Esq.,

306 Fruitless Crowns,

393 Bunker-Hill: An Old-Time Ballad. By Rich- Fountain Fay (The),

512 ARD HAYWARDE,

499

Fiddler at Gemund (The). From the GerBull-Fights in Lisbon,

526
man,

535 Blondine: A Poet's Death-Song. By W. NORTH,

545

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Great Rejected (The),

418

Germun songs. By DONALD MACLEOD, 400, 520 Charlotte May. By FRANCIS COPCUTT, 33 Gossip with Readers and Correspondents, 93, Cholera King (The), By H. W. ELLSWORTH, 128 109, 280, 373, 467, 568. Child's Footsteps (The). By Mrs. E. H. EVANS,

360

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Col. Easy. By KiT KELVIN,

432
Home : Lines inscribed to a friend,

138 Humming-Bird (The): A Law-Office Lyric, 157 D

Hynia on laying the Corner-Stone of a
Church,

235 Dreams of Youth. By MRS. MARY E. MOR

Hanging at the Yard-Arm-almost: Ned's 340 Yarn,

402 Dark Valley (The),

457

Homeless. By WILLIAM B. GLAZIER, 431 Dreams: A Sonnet. By. CLARENCE ELWIN,' 523 Dell' Occasione. From the Italian,

534

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EDITOR'S TABLE:

I know that my REDEEMER liveth. By Miss Societies for Ameliorating the Condition of

CYNTHIA BULLOCK,

150 the Rich, 88. Carlyle on Coleridge: a Conver- Is Genius conscious of its Powers ?

414 sational Bore, 90. Reminiscences of James Montgomery, 91, Anniversary of St. Nicho

K las, 182. An Intercepted Parisian Epistle, 185.

An Epistle to the Editor from the Ke-uka Revisited. By W. I. C. HOSMER, 254 Author of Alban, 275. A pair of Missives from a Grabamite und a Gourmet,278. Some

L Reminiscences of Poor Power, 369. The Printers' Banquel: Letter from Hun G. C. LITERARY NOTICES : Verplanck, 372. Intermingled Leaves of Gos- Dream Life: a Fable of the Seasons, 82. sip and Travel, 313. Paucum plus Fabula- Schoolcraft's Memoirs of Western Indian rum: A few more Fables, 464. Floral: New- Tribes, 83. Taylor's Indications of the York Horticultural Societ.y, 466. The Con- Creator, 84. The Golden Legend, 86. The demned Ship, 556. A Tribute to the Amer. Land of Bondage, 87. Nicaragua: Its ican Sea-serpent, 557. Narrative of the People, Scenery, etc., 174. Confidential Great Hen-Roost Robbery on Long-Island, Disclosures of Lamartine, 175. The Pu560. Exhibition of the National Academy desta's Daughter, and other Poems, 177. of Design, 563.

Memories of the Great Metropolis, 181. Edith: An Authentic Narrative. By FRANCIS Lives of the Governors of New York, 182. COPCUTT,

246 Histories of Herodotus and of Ancient Episode (An) in the History of the House Greece, 269. The Podesta's Daughter, and of Beblowd,

311 other Poems (second notice), 270. Put

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