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Eight Volumes of this Magazine are now published, containing Contributions from eminent Authors. In the list will be found

the following names :AUTHOR of "TOM BROWN'S PROFESSOR MASSON. SCHOOL DAYS.'

ALEXANDER SMITH. PROFESSOR HUXLEY.

HENRY KINGSLEY. PROFESSOR ANSTED,

AUTHOR of' JOHN HALIFAX' REV. CHARLES KINGSLEY. WILLIAM ALLINGHAM. ALFRED TENNYSON.

HON. MRS. NORTON. PROF. MAX MULLER.

MISS ROSSETTI. REV. F. D. MAURICE.

BISHOP of CALCUTTA. DEAN GOODWIN.

COVENTRY PATMORE. EDWARD DICEY.

DR. WHEWELL. DEAN ALFORD.

MISS STRICKLAND. MATTHEW ARNOLD.

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The following Works have appeared in the Volumes now published :

TOM BROWN AT OXFORD.
RAVENSHOE

.By HENRY KINGSLEY.
VINCENZO

.By JOHN RUFFINI. THE FEDERAL STATES ...By EDWARD DICEY. THE WATER BABIES.. By Rev. CHARLES KINGSLEY.

The following are now appearing in the Monthly Parts :

A New Novel by HENRY KINGSLEY,
THE HILLYARS AND THE BURTONS.

A New Story by an eminent Author,

A SON OF THE SOIL.

Also, LETTERS ON INDIA. By a COMPETITION WALLAH.

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