Catherine - A Shabby Genteel Story - The Second Funeral of Napoleon - And Miscellanies, 1840-1
CONTENTS The bibliographical notes enclosed in square brackets after the title of each piece show the first appearance of the story or article, as well as any republication in the authors lifetime. PAGE INTRODUCTION - - ix CHAP. CATHERINE Fraaera Magazine, May, 1839 to February, 1840 I. IN WHICH THE READER IS INTRODUCED TO THE CHIEF CHARACTERS IN THE STORY - II. IN WHICH ARE DEPICTED THE PLEASURES OF A SENTI- MENTAL ATTACHMENT - 32 III. IN WHICH A NARCOTIC IS ADMINISTERED, AND A GREAT DEAL OF GENTEEL SOCIETY DEPICTED - 43 IV. IN WHICH MRS. CATHERINE BECOMES AN HONEST WOMAN- ACAIN - 52 V. CONTAINS MR. BROCKS AUTOBIOGRAPHY, AND OTHER MATTER - 65 VI. THE ADVENTURES OF THE AMBASSADOR, MR. MACSHANE 78 VII. WHICH EMBRACES A PERIOD OF SEVEN YEARS - - 05 VIII. ENUMERATES THE ACCOMPLISHMENTS OFMASTER THOMAS BILLINGS INTRODUCES BROCK AS DR. WOOD AND ANNOUNCES THE EXECUTION OF ENSIGN MACSHANE 113 IX. INTERVIEW BETWEEN COUNT GALGENSTEIN AND MASTER THOMAS BILLINGS, WHEN HE INFORMS THE COUNT OF HIS PARENTAGE - - 127 X. SHOWING HOW GALGENSTEIN AND MRS. CAT RECOGNIZE EACH OTHER IN MARYLEBONE GARDENS AND HOW THE COUNT DRIVES HER HOME IN HIS CARRIAGE - 138 XI. OF SOME DOMESTIC QUARRELS, AND THE CONSEQUENCE THEREOF .-148 vi CATHERINE continued CONTENTS CHAP. . XII. TREATS OF LOVE, AND PREPARES FOR DEATH - XIII. BEING A PREPARATION FOR THE END - CHAPTER THE LAST ANOTHER LAST CHAPTER - - 171 GOING TO SEE A MAN HANGED Erasers Magazine, August, 1840 Miscellanies, Vol. II, 1850 Coxs DIARY The Comic Almanac, 1840, as Barber Cos and the Cutting of his Comb Miscellanies, Vol. I, 1855 JANUARY. The Announcement FEBRUARY. First Rout MARCH. A Day with the Surrey Hound Touch - APRIL. The Finishing MAY. A New Drop Scene at the Opera JUNE. Striking a Balance JULY. Down at Beulah - 189 AUGUST. A Tournament - - -51 SEPTEMBER. Over-boarded and Under-lodged OCTOBER. Notice to Quit NOVEMBER, Law-Life Assurance DECEMBER. Family Bustle - - 275 A SHABBY GENTEEL STORY Erasers Magazine, June-August, October, 1840 Miscellanies, Vol. IV, 1857 Chap. I. - II. How Mrs. Gann received two lodgers - III. A shabby genteel dinner, and other incidents of a like nature -15 -45 - 281 IV. In which Mr. Fitch proclaims his love, and Mr. Brandon prepares for war - V. Contains a great deal of complicated love-making 327 VI. Describes a shabby genteel marriage, and more love- making . - - 343 MI. Which brings a great number of people to Margate by the steamboat u MIL Which treats of war and love, and many things that are not to be understood in Chapter VII - - 357 IX. Which threatens death, but contains a great deal of marrying - 30 CONTENTS vii FIELDINGS WORKS The Times, September 2, 1840 - - 383 THE SECOND FUNERAL OF NAPOLEON. IN THREE LETTERS TO Miss SMITH, OF LONDON. By Mr. M. A. Titmarsh The Second Funeral of illustration of Napoleon and The Chronicle of the Drum. By Mr. M. A. Titmarsh. 1841 Letter I. The Disinterment of Napoleon at St. Helena - - 397 II. The Voyage from St. Helena to Paris - - 409 III. The Funeral Ceremony - 424 LETTERS FROM LONDON, PARIS, PEKIN, PETERSBURG, ETC. By the Author of The Yellowplush Correspondence, The Memoirs of Major Gahagan, etc. A LETTER FROM PARIS The Corsair New York, October 26, 1839 LOOSE SKETCHES. By Mr. Michael Angelo Titmarsh - 451 I. Reading a Poem The Britannia, May 1 and 8, 1841 461 II. A St. Philips Day at Paris The Britannia, May 22, 1841 15 and - 483 III...
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Catherine; A Shabby Genteel Story; The Second Funeral of Napoleon and ...
William Makepeace Thackeray
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