The Keepsake for 1832

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Table of Contents

1 Wilbraham, Edward Bootle. Narrative of Ascent of Mt. Blanc; [Prose/16 pages]
17 Caradoc, Hobart. Lines written at Granada; [Poetry/4 pages]
21 Edmondstone, Archibald. Sonnet on Pic du Midi d'Ossau; [Poetry/1 pages]
21 Holland, Lord Henry Richard. Epigram from Lope de Vega; [Poetry/1 pages]
22 Shelley, Mary Wollstonecraft. The Dream, a Tale; [Prose/17 pages]
39 Dover, Lord George Agar Ellis. Human Life; [Poetry/2 pages]
41 St. John, James Augustus The Star of the Pacific; [Prose/30 pages]
71 Stuart-Wortley, Lady Emmeline. An Eastern Night; [Poetry/2 pages]
73 Ashtown, Lord. On being shown Tomb of Dog; [Poetry/1 pages]
74 Gore, Catherine Frances (Mrs. Charles). The Champion, a Tale; [Prose/17 pages]
91 Stanhope, R. H.. To Elizabeth in Sickness; [Poetry/1 pages]
92 Jekyll, Joseph. Advertisement Extraordinary; [Poetry/1 pages]
93 Mahon, Lord (Philip Henry). Line on Death of Near Relation; [Poetry/1 pages]
94 Landon, Letitia Elizabeth (L. E. L.). Edith; [Poetry/1 pages]
95 Strickland, Agnes. The Self-devoted, a Sonnet; [Poetry/1 pages]
96 Knowles, James Sheridan. Therese, a Tale; [Prose/33 pages]
129 Landon, Letitia Elizabeth (L. E. L.). Good Angels; [Poetry/1 pages]
130 Stuart-Wortley, Lady Emmeline. Stanzas, "When the sweet bulbul thrills"; [Poetry/2 pages]
132 Hook, Theodore Edward. The New King, a Tale; [Prose/26 pages]
158 Holland, Lord Henry Richard. Sonnet on Reading, "Paradise Regained"; [Poetry/1 pages]
159 Bernal, Ralph. The Repentance of Nineveh; [Poetry/3 pages]
162 Lister, Thomas Henry. The Fortunes of Modern Crichton; [Prose/16 pages]
178 Blessington, Countess (Power, M). Stanzas, "There is a time"; [Poetry/1 pages]
179 Landon, Letitia Elizabeth (L. E. L.). Early Passage in Sir Perrot's Life; [Poetry/5 pages]
184 Gore, Catherine Frances (Mrs. Charles). Lady Savile's Three Trials; [Prose/21 pages]
205 Morley, Countess of. Party of Pleasure up river Tamer; [Prose/7 pages]
212 Spencer, Archdeacon (Aubrey George). Life and Writings of Lord Byron; [Prose/8 pages]
220 Liddell, Henry. The Savoyard; [Poetry/1 pages]
221 Morpeth, Lord, Howard, G. W. F.. Stanzas, "Who has not felt"; [Poetry/1 pages]
222 Normanby, Lord Costantine H. P.. The Bridemaid, a Tale; [Prose/16 pages]
238 Russell, Lord John. London in September; [Poetry/1 pages]
239 Landon, Letitia Elizabeth (L. E. L.). Do you remember it?; [Poetry/2 pages]
241 Bernal, Ralph. The Family of Dammerel; [Prose/23 pages]
264 Blessington, Countess (Power, M). Lines, "Though grief may sometimes leave"; [Poetry/1 pages]
265 Anonymous. Marly; [Poetry/1 pages]
266 Porchester, Lord. Bude; [Poetry/2 pages]
268 Morpeth, Lord, Howard, G. W. F.. The Birth of Rhodes; [Poetry/2 pages]
270 Jerdan, William. Baby, an Autobiography; [Prose/11 pages]
281 Stuart-Wortley, Lady Emmeline. The Late Queen of Prussia; [Poetry/1 pages]
282 Anonymous. The Zwinger Palace; [Poetry/1 pages]
282 Stanhope, R. H.. The Portrait; [Poetry/1 pages]
283 Scott, Sir Walter. A Highland Anecdote; [Poetry/3 pages]
286 Berkeley, Grantley F.. Stanzas, "Thou sweet and lovely prospect"; [Poetry/1 pages]
287 Anonymous. St Germain-en-Laye; [Poetry/1 pages]
288 Gowen, J. R.. To Lady desiring Writer's Verses; [Poetry/1 pages]
289 Phipps, Charles. The Wedding, a Tale; [Prose/30 pages]
319 Jerdan, William. Scan. Mag; [Poetry/2 pages]

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