Heath's Book of Beauty for 1835

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Table of Contents, Heath's Book of Beauty for 1835      

Table of Contents

1 Blessington, Countess (Power, M). The Countess of Wilton; [Poetry/2 pages]
3 Castlereagh, Viscount. Antonia; [Prose/23 pages]
23 Bernal, Ralph. Constance Ripley; [Prose/39 pages]
26 Fairlie, Mrs.. Lines, "Oh! When thou'rt forsaken"; [Poetry/1 pages] 27 Beattie, Dr. William. Lady Elizabeth Leveson Gower; [Poetry/2 pages]
29 Ainsworth, W. Harrison. A Night's Adventure in Rome; [Prose/27 pages]
56 Stuart-Wortley, Lady Emmeline. A Night Meditation; [Poetry/3 pages]
57 Procter, Bryan W. (Barry Cornwall). Helen; [Poetry/10 pages]
66 Conyngham, Lord Albert. Knight Conrad of Bolzenburg; [Prose/9 pages]
76 Blessington, Countess (Power, M). The Sisters; [Poetry/3 pages]
79 Bury, Lady Charlotte. Stanzas written at Sydenham; [Poetry/4 pages]
83 Shelley, Mary Wollstonecraft. The Elder Son; [Prose/41 pages]
124 Willis, Nathaniel Parker. The Hon. Mrs. L. Stanhope; [Poetry/2 pages]
126 Somerville, William. Lines, "How strange the thoughts"; [Poetry/2 pages]
128 Disraeli, Benjamin. The Carrier Pigeon; [Prose/17 pages]
145 Anonymous. The Late Duchess of Gordon; [Poetry/2 pages]
147 Berkeley, Grantley F.. Lines, 7quot;In one of those sweet days"; [Poetry/3 pages]
150 Landor, Walter Savage. Imagined Conversations, Steele & Addison; [Prose/5 pages]
155 Moore, Thomas. The Boat of Life; [Poetry/2 pages]
157 Shee, Sir Martin Archer. Altendorf; [Prose/37 pages]
194 Beattie, Dr. William. Mrs. Knowlys; [Poetry/2 pages]
196 Ritchie, Leitch. My Second Love; [Prose/23 pages]
219 Blessington, Countess (Power, M). The Lady Georgina Russell; [Poetry/2 pages]
221 Fitzgerald, Edward M.. Ianthe; [Poetry/2 pages]
261 Smith, James. Mary; or the Serpentine Skaters; [Poetry/2 pages]
263 St. John, Lady Isabella The Beggar's Petition; [Poetry/2 pages]

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