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NEW SERIES—VOL. I. NO. 2 WHOLE NUMBER, CLXXXIX.
SATURDAY MOBBING, JANUARY 10, 1852.
The Prodigal’s Return—A New Year’s Story—by Mrs. Alice
1 B. Neal,
j A Christmas Carol, 15
The American Ophir, (A Review,) ib.
Rain in the Garret, by Ik Marvel, 16
The Dying Author and the Liviug Book, - - - 17
The Evening Bell, ib.
Ihe W onderlul Whalers, (Illustrated,) - - - - 18
I Dream-Love, A Poem, by D. H. Jacques, - - - ib.
Editorial Topics, Consistency in Dress, - - - - 19
A DISH OF GOSSIP.
Ballooning. The Spirit of Punch, A Proper Echo, Kossuth’s
Pocket-Piece, Seven Million Types, Waiting for the Go
vernor, Richmond and Kossuth, Adam’s Premises, Jenny
Lind’s Departure, Kossuth and the Hungry ’uns, The Ame
ncan Art Union and Abolition, Our First Supplement, Ap
probation, Lola Montes, - - - 20
CHARLESTON, S. C.=
WALKER, RICHARDS AND CO.,
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No. 101 EAST-BAY.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS.
OUR BOOK TABLE.
Adrian, or the Clouds of the Mind, by Messrs. James and
Fields; Mr. Squier’s New Work on Nicaragua ; A Lady’s
Voyage Round the World; The Novelties of the New
World, by Rev. Mr. Banvard ; Hawthorne’s Wonder Book
for Girls and Boys; Recollections of my Childhood, by
Grace Greenwood ; Aims and Obstacles, by G.P.R. James, 21
South-Carolina Temperance Advocate, Herald of the Union,
Norton’s Literary Advertiser, Appleton’s Mechanic’s Ma
gazine, Brown’s Literary Archives, - - - - 22
Editorial Brevities, - - - - - - - ib.
Events in the Old World, ib.
Events in the New World, 23
Pickings from Punch. —Court Grammar, Crying Babies, Pa
noramas All Hot, ------- ib,
Heaven, by Mrs. Southey, ------ ib.
Pointed Paragraphs. —The Spell of Kossuth, Penmanship,
Lola Montes, - - - - - - - -24
Mrs. Partington on Ghosts, - ib
Random Readings, i.