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THE MAYFAIR LIBRARY,

The New Republic. By W. H. | Literary Frivolities, Fancies, MALLOCK.

Follies, and Frolics. By WilLIAM The New Paul and Virginia.

T. Dobson. By W. H. MALLOCK.

Pencil and Palette; BiograThe True History of Joshua phical Anecdotes chiefly of ConDavidson. By E. Lynn LINTON.

temporary Painters, with Gossip Old Stories Retold. By WALTER

about Pictures Lost, Stolen and THORNBURY.

Forged, also Great Picture Sales.

By ROBERT KEMPT. Thoreau: His Life and Aims.

The Book of Clerical Anecdotes; By H. A. PAGE. By Stream and Sea. By WIL

A Gathering of the Antiquities,

Humours, and Eccentricities of LIAM SENIOR.

The Cloth." By Jacob LARWOOD. Jeux d'Esprit. Edited by HENRY S. Leigh.

The Agony Column of “The Puniana. By the Hon. HUGH

Times," from 1800 to 1870. Edited,

with an Introduction, by ALICE ROWLEY.

CLAY.
More Puniana. By the Hon. The Cupboard Papers.

By HUGH ROWLEY.

FIN-BEC. Puck on Pegasus. By H. Quips and Quiddities. Selected CHOLMONDELEY-PENNELL.

and Edited by W. DAVENPORT The Speeches of Chas. Dickens.

ADAMS. With Chapters on Dickens as Letter- Pastimes and Players. By Writer and Public Reader.

ROBERT MACGREGOR. Muses of Mayfair. Edited by Melancholy Anatomised : A H. CHOLMONDELEY-PENNELL.

Popular Abridgment of “Burton's

Anatomy of Melancholy."
BRILLAT-SAVARIN.
Original Plays. By W. S. GIL-

The Philosophy of Handwriting.
First Series.

By Don FELIX DE SALAMANCA. Original Plays. By W. S. Gil. | Latter-Day Lyrics. Selected Second Series.

by W. DAVENPORT ADAMS. Carols of Cockayne. By HENRY Curiosities of Criticism. By S. LEIGH.

Henry J. JENNINGS.
* Other Volumes are in preparation.
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AND PAUL'S WORK, EDINBURGH

O thou most dear,—before thy feet
I strew these flow'rets fair and sweet ;

These blossoms, latest from the tree

Of Britain's gold-branch'd poesy, Now lie where all the virtues meet.

Nor will they wither: neither heat
Nor chill of passing Time can cheat
The world of their rare fragrancy,

O thou most dear.

Nor will Time banish Love, or greet
Thy charms with shadow of defeat :

They bud and bloom, and still with me

Their scent and loveliness will be ; Yes, Love will stay, though Time be fleet,

O thou most dear.

W. D. A.

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