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Harper's Monthly March 1852

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Harper's Monthly March 1852: St. Petersburg Russia 1852 Ice Mountain Slides

by Jacob Abbott, Mary Russell Mitford, Edward Bulwer Lytton, Various

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Harper's New Monthly Magazine March, 1852 Volume IV, Number XXII Size and Page Count:6.5"" X 10"" Tall, 143 pages the back cover with book advertisements and statement of Harper's New Monthly Magazine. Condition: Good. Binding tight, spine backstrip cover good, pages have usual yellowing and edges uncut and browning, some foxing, pg.469-70, and pg.471-72 have a small top edge missing.
Illustrations Information: 21 woodcut illustrations
Articles and Information:
Rodolphus. A Franconia Story (chap. I) By Jacob Abbott 7 woodcut illustrations
Recollections of St. Petersburg with 8 woodcut illustrations, Ice Mountain Slides
A love affair at Cranford
Anecdotes of monkeys
The Mountain torrent
A masked ball at Vienna
The Ornithologist
A child's toy
Rising Generationism
A taste of Austrian jails
Who knew best?
My first place
The point of honor
Christmas in Germany
The miracle of life
Personal sketches and reminiscences By Mary Russell Mitford
The dream of the weary heart
New discoveries of ghosts
Keep him out!
Story of Rembrandt
The viper Esther Hammond's wedding day My novel; or, varieties in English life (book IX, chaps. IX-XVII) By Edward Bulwer Lytton, Baron Lytton
A brace of blunders by a roving Englishman
Public executions in England
What to do in the mean time?
The lost ages
Blighted flowers
Monthly record of current events/Department Monthly record of current events ==============
Editor's table/Articles Editor's table By Henry J. (Henry Jarvis) Raymond Literary notices/Review Literary notices SEE ALSO: A faggot of French sticks (Book); A history of classical literature (Book); Marsh-Caldwell, Anne; Companions of my solitude (Book); Essays on life, sleep, pain, etc. (Book); Hudson, Henry Norman; Simmons, J.W. (James Wright); Abbott, Jacob; Mitford, Mary Russell; Narratives of sorcery and magic, from the most authentic sources (Book); Ravenscliffe (Book); Recollections of a literary life; or, books, places, and people (Book); Chambers, Robert; Browne, Robert William; Dickson, Samuel Henry; Head, Francis Bond, Sir; Helps, Arthur, Sir; The corner stone (Book); The Greek girl; a tale, in two cantos (Book); The head of the family (Book); The life and works of Robert Burns (Book); The work of Shakespeare: the text carefully restored according to the first edition: with introductions, notes original and selected, and a life of the poet (Book); Wright, Thomas; Shakespeare, William A leaf from Punch/Cartoon France is tranquil Coup d'tat, 1851 Signs of the times The road to ruin
Fashions for March 1852 Department with 3 woodcut illustrations


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