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I. Jane to her Mother. II. III, and IV. Jane to Frederick

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Contributors to this Volume.

ANSTED, PROFESSOR.

ARNOLD, EDWIN.

AUTHOR OF "JOHN HALIFAX."

AUTHOR OF "TOM BROWN'S SCHOOL-DAYS."

BARNES, REV. W.

BLACKIE, PROFESSOR.

CALCUTTA, RIGHT REV. THE BISHOP OF.

CHERMSIDE, REV. R. S. C.

CORYTON, J.

DICEY, EDWARD.

EBERTY, DR. FELIX.

FAWCETT, HENRY.

GARNETT, RICHARD.

HIGGINS, H. W.

HOWMAN, KNIGHTLEY.

KELLAND, PROFESSOR.

KINGSLEY, HENRY.

LUDLOW, JOHN MALCOLM.

MASSON, PROFESSOR.

MORGAN, JOHN E.

NOEL, THE HON. RODEN.
OTTÉ, E. C.

PATMORE, COVENTRY.
POLE, W., F.R.S.

ROBINSON, REV. H. G.

ROSSETTI, CHRISTINA G.

ROWE, NICHOLAS.

SCHLESWIG-HOLSTEIN, PRINCE FREDERICK OF.

SIDGWICK, HENRY.

STEPHENS, F. G.

TURNER, REV. CHARLES.

MACMILLAN'S MAGAZINE.

VOLUMES I. II. III. AND IV., COMPRISING NUMBERS 1-24, HANDSOMELY BOUND IN CLOTH, PRICE SEVEN SHILLINGS AND SIXPENCE EACH.

Cases for Binding Volumes, One Shilling. Reading Cases for Monthly Parts, One Shilling.

Sold by all Booksellers in Town or Country.

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"NOIRE IMPERIALE."

Such is the name given by the Lyons manufacturers to a new shade of Black Silk. By the side of other black Glacés it will be found brighter, and, owing to its being made of more valuable raw silk, it will wear much better than the old black, never changing colour. The price is very little higher than the commoner black Glacé.

MESSRS. JAY have imported, and will continue to import, the "NOIRE IMPERIALE" GLACE during the season, and will be bappy to forward patterns for comparison with the old-fashioned Glacé to any part of the

country.

JAYS',

THE LONDON GENERAL MOURNING WAREHOUSE, 247, 249, 251, REGENT STREET.

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MANUFACTORY-BROAD STREET, BIRMINGHAM.-ESTABLISHED 1807.

OSLER'S Glass Chandeliers, 45, Oxford-Street, W. Wall Lights and Mantel-piece Lustres for Gas and Candles. Table Glass and Glass Dessert Services complete. Ornamental Glass, English and Foreign, suitable for Presents. MESS, EXPORT, AND FURNISHING ORDERS PROMPTLY EXECUTED.

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