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whose good offices he secured, has ensured the success of "The Etonian !"
I began this letter in a light and jesting vein, but I find that I cannot keep it up. My departure from Eton and "The Etonian" is really too serious a business for a jest or a gibe. I have felt my spirits sinking by little and little, until I have become downright melancholy. I shall make haste, therefore, to come to a conclusion. I have done, and I subscribe myself (for the last time), My dear Public,
Your obliged and devoted Servant,
A Saturday Evening in the Coun- Mr. Bellamy's Stanzas, 316.
try, vol. ii. 91.
The Serenade, 197.
Lines to Ellen, vol. i. 312.
Lines to Ellen, vol. ii. 90.
The Characters of the Candidates, Characters of Two more Can-
Biography of a Boy's Room, vol. i. Michael Oakley's Objections to
Greek Song in the Musæ O'Connorianæ, vol. ii. 31.-Extracts from
PRAED, WINTHROP MACKWORTH.
The King of Clubs, excepting the
Rhyme and Reason, vol. i. 36.
On the Practical Bathos, 73.
Confession of Don Carlos, 157.
Politeness and Politesse, 166.
Marius amidst the Ruins of Car-
Lines to Florence, 357.
Silent Sorrow, 365.
Reminiscences of my Youth, No. I.
Musæ O'Connorianæ, vol. ii. 27.
On the Writings of James Mont- Bounce, ib.
The Lover's Song, 255.
Horæ Paludanæ, No. II. 313.
Stanzas in Miss Harrison's Album,
Stanzas, vol. iii. 32.
Horæ Paludanæ, No. III. 33.
To Hope, 177.
Bellamy's Fragments, and Parody
On the Poems of Chauncy Hare
A Whimsey, 317.
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