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ing passion, 314; Selfishness,
323; Seraphs Quills, 323 ;
Services, small, 309; Smoking,
307 ; Southey, 297 ; Spintext,
310; Squibs, old, 319; Tedi-
ousness, 311; "There's a Lan-
guage that's Mute,” 319; This-
tlewood the traitor, 312 ;
Truisms, 317 ; Weather Wis-
dom, 317; "Who's he?" 320 ;
“Who's Who,” 311 ; Words,
misuse of, 306.

HILL, TOM :"

Curiosities and relics, 295,
296 ; Hull of Gilbert Gurney,
293 ; Paul Pry, 294.

JERROLD, DOUGLAS :

Appearance in the Stranger,
212; Apprenticed to a printer,
214; Black-eyed Susan pro-
duced, 218, 219; Blanchard,
Laman, 216; Brevities, 221;
Bubbles of the Day, 221;
Caudle's Curtain Lectures,
223; Collected Works, 224;
Death of Jerrold, 233, 234 ;
Duality of the Mind, 231 ;
First dramatic piece, 215;
His one book, Shakspeare,
214; Ill-natured satire, 225;
Illuminated Magazine, 227 ;
Life and Remains, 233; “Lit-
tle Douglas” about Cranbrook,
211; Magazine writing, 218;
Midshipman Jerrold, 223 ;
Mulberries Club, 227; Nell
Gwynne produced, 220 ; Punch
contributions, 223,; Punch pro-
duced, 221; “Q
Punch, 222; Rent Day, and
other dramas, 220 ; School at
Sheemness, 212; Success of
Punch, 222; Time works Won-
ders, 223; Whittington Club,
231 ; Wit and Table Talk, 228
-232.

242 ; Bon Mot of Lord Lyttel-
ton, 245; Duke d’Aguillon,
236; Father O'Leary and Cur-
ran, 235 ; Income tax, evils of
the, 237; Morelli and Lord
Cowper, 258; Mozart, sketch
of, 259; Music, composed by,
236; Neapolitan lazzaroni,
260; Norfolk, Duke of, and
the owl, 245; Reminiscences
published, 235; Sheridans,
the two, 243; Sheridan, song
by, 244; “Tally ho !” on the.

Continent, 241.
LAMB, CHARLES :

Amicus Redivivus, 178; Auto-
biography, 175, 176 ; Birth
and education, 158; Character-
istics of, 163 ; Christ's Hospi.
tal, 167; Coleridge, death of,
174; Comptroller of Stamps,
185; Conversation of, 164 ;
Early verses, and play, 160 ;
Elia, origin of, 162, 170; En-
field, Edmonton, and Isling-
ton, 163; India Hose, 160 ;
Islington Cottage, 177 ; Kes-
wick, 162; Letter-writing, 189;
Lodgings, 165; Matter-of-fact
men, 188 ; Newspaper Life,
Publishers' Dinner, Puns, 170
-172; Night with Lamb, by
Hood, 187; Old Benchers in
the Inner Temple, 182, 184;
«Old Familiar Faces,” 187;
Portrait of, 165; Reading, 163;
" That we should lie down
with the Lamb,” 189; School-
fellows, 168 ; Shakspeare's
Sonnets, 162 ; Lamb's Sister,

165; Worst puns the best, 171.
MATHEWS, CHARLES :

Actors' Holiday, 281 ; Ame-
rica, trip to, 252, 253 ;
Home,” the first, 252, 264;
Autobiography and letters
compressed by Edmund Yates,
246; Beauty of, 258; Birth of,
246; Children, fondness of,
262; Clarence, Duke of, 283 i
Country life, love of, 282;

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KELLY, MICHAEL, REMINIS-

CENCES OF:
Adaptation of Blue Beard,
235; Bon Mot of Bannister,

Educated at Merchant Taylors'
School, 249;

Elliston and
Macklin, 249; Fieri Facias,
278; Foreigners, 285, 286;
Genius of, 254; Heart, a proud
one, 272 ; Hill, Rowland, and
Huntington, 273; Hottentot
Venus, 200; Income tax, 276 ;
Jordan, Mrs., 283 ; Leigh
Hunt, portrait of, 257 ; " Live
Eels,” cry of, 248; Living
cheap, 276 ; “Love, Law, and
Physic,” imitation of, 266 ;
Macklin and Mathews, 249,
288; Mail Coach Adventures,
268; Vallet, M., 255, 268 ;
Married twice, 254 ; Mellon,
Miss, 285; Methodist oddities,
273 ; Mimicry, powers of, 256;
Mistake

Society's members and por-
traits, 82, 83 ; Beef Steak So-
ciety, 65, So; Beef Steak So-
ciety's Furniture, etc., 82;
Beef Steak Society's Plate,
83 ; Brockham Lodge, 72;
Cunningham, Peter, So; Est-
court, Dick, 64; Garrick and
Colman, 66, 67; Gridiron,
silver, 69; Jerdan, William,
70; Lambert, the scene-painter,
65, 66 ; Linley and Mrs. Sheri-
dan, 67; Miscellaneous ob-
jects, 83 ; Morris, Captain
Charles, 69, 70, 71, 72, 74, 75;
Norfolk, Duke of, 68, 69;
Old Whig Poet to his old Buff
Waistcoat, 76; Populous Cities
please us then, 80; Prince of
Wales and Beef Steak Society,
67, 68; Steele and Dick Est-
court, 64, 65; Town and Coun-
try, 73

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POOLE, JOHN:

Albums, 328; Artiste, 327;
Boarding-house, 329;

Bore
and Boricide, 330 ; Born, 324;
Coaches v. Railways, 330;
Crowd, pleasures of, 327; Gos-
sip, 332 ; Hobbleday loquitur,
326; Little Pedlington, 324,
325; Notes, angry, 331; Paul
Pry, 325, 333 ; Pedlington,
Little, 329; Play-bills, 328;
Priests' orders, 331 ; Show-
houses, 331 ; Theatres, small,
328 ; "Touching'; exhibition,
332; Ungrateful banker, 327;
* Where shall I go ?'' 325.

, 279;
Namesake, 274; Old Scotch
lady, 259; Person of, 247 ; Po.
tier's acting, 282; Portrait
of, 292; Silver Spoon, 277 ;
Spanish Ambassador,

270 ;
Speculation, profitable, 261;
Theatrical Pictures, 290 ;

Wa-
verley Novels, authorship of,
280 ; Wilkes, John, portrait
of, 249 ; Wilkinson, Tate, 251;
Yates's Life and Correspond-
ence of Mathews, 246; Youth-
ful Days, 269.
MORRIS, CAPTAIN, AND THE SU-

BLIME SOCIETY OF BEEF STEAKS:
Anacreontic by Morris, 78;
Arnold, Walter, on the Su-
blime Society,

70 ;

Beef
Steak Club, 64; Beef Steak

END OF VOL. I.

BILLING, PRINTER, GUILDFORD, SURRLY.

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