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    Harper’s New Monthly Magazine [v4, #20, January 1852] (Harper & Brothers, 25¢, 144pp+, standard)
    Details supplied by Kenneth R. Johnson.
    • 183 · The German Emigrants—A Sketch of Life · John Doggett, Jun. · ss
    • 185 · Conspiracy of the Clocks · Anon. (by Edouard Foussier) · ss Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal Oct 25 1851
    • 187 · Maurice Tiernay, the Soldier of Fortune [Part 18 of 19] · Anon. (by Charles Lever) · n. Dublin University Magazine Apr 1850 (+20)
    • 202 · Amalie de Bourblanc, the Lost Child —A Tale of Facts · Anon. · ss Hogg’s Instructor v8 1851
    • 205 · The Game of Chess—A Scene in the Court of Philip the Second · Anon. · ss Eliza Cook’s Journal Oct 4 1851
    • 212 · The Brothers · Anon. · vi Eliza Cook’s Journal Oct 4 1851
    • 221 · Knights of the Cross. St. George’s Cross · Caroline Chesebro’ · ss
    • 231 · A Fashionable Forger [David Discount] · Anon. (by Samuel Sidney) · ss Household Words Nov 15 1851
    • 235 · To Be Read at Dusk · Charles Dickens · ss The Keepsake 1852
    • 239 · My Novel; or, Varieties in English Life [Part 16 of 29] · Anon. (by Sir Edward Bulwer Lytton) · n. Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Sep 1850 (+28)
    • 268 · Editor’s Drawer · [The Editor] · cl
    • _268 · untitled (“My head with ceaseless pain is torn...”) · Anon. · pm Punch v2 1842, as “Verses for Music”
    • _269 · untitled (“Dear Friend, I’m glad to meet you here...”) · Anon. · pm Punch v2 1842, as “Love and Mammon”
    • _270 · untitled (“Rejoice! Hope dawns upon the poor...”) · Anon. · pm
    • 281 · Mr. Pott’s New Year’s (Adventures) · Anon. · hu; full title only in running head.; illustrated by Lossing-Barritt









    Harper’s New Monthly Magazine [v5, #28, September 1852] (Harper & Brothers, 25¢, 144pp+, standard)
    Details supplied by Kenneth R. Johnson.
    • 464 · The Infidel Rebuked. An Adventure in the Catacombs of Rome · Anon. (by Charles Macfarlane) · ex The Catacombs of Rome, Charles Macfarlane, Routledge 1852; an anecdote from a non-fiction book, excerpted and printed as a story.
    • 473 · The Three Sisters · Anon. (by Georgiana M. Craik) · ss Household Words Jul 3 1852 (+1)
    • 483 · A Reminiscence of a Bow-Street Officer · Anon. · ss Tait’s Edinburgh Magazine Jul 1852
    • 487 · The Good Angels · Anon. · ss Hogg’s Instructor v8 1852
    • 494 · My Novel; or, Varieties in English Life [Part 24 of 29] · Anon. (by Sir Edward Bulwer Lytton) · n. Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Sep 1850 (+28)
    • 505 · Bleak House [Part 6 of 19] · Charles Dickens · n. Bradbury & Evans 1852; illustrated by Lossing-Barritt (after:Phiz)
    • 526 · My Brother Tom · Anon. · ss Godey’s Lady’s Book v44 1852, as by Patience Price
    • 529 · The Little Wood-Gatherers · Anon. · ss Eliza Cook’s Journal Jun 19 1852
    • 537 · The Little French Beggars. A Romance in Real Life · Anon. · ss The Ladies’ Companion Jul 1852, as by Elizabeth O’Hara
    • 552 · Editor’s Easy Chair · [The Editor] · cl
    • _554 · An Old Gentleman’s Letter. “The Bride of Landeck” [Part 4 of 6] · Anon. (by G. P. R. James) · nv
    • 574 · “Children Must Be Paid For” · Anon. · pm Punch



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