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The Story of our Lives from Year to Year."-SHAKESPBARB.

ALL THE YEAR ROUND.

A Weekly Journal.

CONDUCTED BY

CHARLES DICKENS.

WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED HOUSEHOLD WORDS.

VOLUME X.

FROM AUGUST 29, 1863, to FEBRUARY 6, 1864.

Including No. 227 to No. 250.

LONDON:

PUBLISHED AT No. 26, WELLINGTON STREET;
AND BY MESSRS. CHAPMAN AND HALL, 193, PICCADILLY.

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1864.

C. WIIITING, BEAUFORT HOUSE, STRAND.

CONTENTS.

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PAOB A WHITE Hand and a Black Court-Martial, A Maori

162
HAND, Study of the .

345 Thumb 433, 457, 481, 505, 529, 553 Court-Martial History

541
Handful of Humbugs

55 Aboard the Eveleen Brown 463 Cranford, The Cage at

332 Hastings

496 Achilles Plated Ship, The 13 Crawley Court-Martial, The 421 Hautboys, Music of :

416 Adventures of a Federal Re- Cremorne Gardens

151
Herons

114, 136 cruit. 512 Cromwell's Bust 254 Herring Fishing

66 African Savages : 468

Herrings in the Law's Net 65 Agger Fiord, The

546 DEPRIVATIONS of English 179 Highway Mail-Cart Robbery 41 Alligators in Ceylon .

402
Diamond Exchange, The . 402 Highway Mail Robbery.

164 Alms Houses, Life in

205
Dinner in a Tomb

81 Highwayman's Career, A. America, A Federal Recruit 512

Dockyard, A Visit to a

13
Hired Applauds .

258 America, Prince Napoleon in 69 Dockyard Prisoners at Toulon 372

Horrors, A Chamber of, in America, The Penal System in 71 Dr. Donne's Story of a Spectre 225

China

420 American Expressions

180
Dogs' Home
539 Horse, The Mechanical

132 American Railways Don't Kill your Servants :

Howard's, Mr., Tutor

236 Among the Mormons 247 Dover

494
Humbugs

55 Antiquities in Sussex

495
Drawing a Badger :

20 Apparitions

224
Dreams
426 INDIA, Camp Followers

351 Army Mismanagement 349 Dressmaker's Life, ai

37
India, Changes in

185 Arundel Castle 495

India, Deaths in the Army 103 Auction of Pictures in Paris

EATABLE Ghosts Australia, English Manners in 461

181

India, Military Mismanage

meut Author at Rehearsal . Earthquake at Manilla

349 274

111

India, Mortality in
Earthquakes
321

103 Authors, The Adventures of 153 Earth's Centre, The :

India, The Bengal Police . 321

India, The Overland Journey BALLAD Lore

Egyptian Tomb. 428

81

to Eibo-folk Superstitions Bards in Railway Times

181

184 128

India, Water and Drainage
England over the Water
461

104 Bear Favourite, A 493

India, Yesterday and To-day
Enlisting
Belzoni Tomb

184
283
83
Eveleen Brown Yacht

Indian Railways Benbow, Admiral

564 463 542 Examination for the Civil Ser

Indirect Route, The .

302 Bengal Police, The

371

vice Ben's Bear.

Inspiration, Monsieur Casse.

203 493

cruche's Executions, French Street Bal

561 Between Two Fires 356

Irish Stew.
lads of
298

256 Bounty, Latest News of the 330 Exeter Hall Censorship : 57

Irish Story. The French Spy, 256 Bowman, Mr., the Centenarian 212

Iron Pigs at a Pic-Nic

214 Boyse, The Author

154 Brain Spectres

426
FACES of Musical Men
444 | JEWRY, A Trial of

398 Brancher 568 Falling Stars 488 Johnson in Poverty

153 Breton Legends .

318
Fashion

39 British Plants

534
Fechter's, Mr., New Stage 229

KENSAL Green

93 Burke's Dagger Scene

57
Fetters

517
Kettle-Drums

415 Business of Pleasure

149
Fire Sea

321
Kites

16 Byng, Admiral, Death of . 544 Flogging in the Army 424 Knout, The

325 For Labrador, Sir?

379 CAGE at Cranford

332
Fowls

276
LABLACHIE's Death-Bed

12 Camp Followers in India:

351
France on America

69
Labrador

379 Can you Ride? . 132 France, Complainte Historique 297

Language, Siang Words Case for the Prisoner

164 French Comedy. The Scholar Latest News of the Bounty 330 Case for the Prosecution

of Oxford.
438 Laughing Gulls

396 Cardinal's Walking-Stick 498 French Dockyard Prisoners 372 Legends of Breton :

318 Cemetery, Kensal Green

93
French Flemish Life.

61
Lewes.

495 Centenarians

210

French Hand on the Piano 9 Lincoln, Mr., of the United Ceylon, Animals in :

402
French Spy

256
States

72 Chappell, Mr., on Ballads 428 French Theatre, Hired ap

Literary Adventurers

152 Chatterton's Death

153
plause

258

Literature in the Eighteenth China Herald, The

419
Funerals

108

Century China Ornaments 419

Littleton, Lord, Spectre Story Chinese Punishments 420 GAZETTING Extraordinary 58 of

225 Chiromancy 345 General McClellan 72 Longevity, Instances of :

210 Chopin's Death-Bed : 12 Gentleman, A 236 Lyceum, New Stage .

229 Civil Service Examination 203 Germany, A Pic-Nic in

214 Claqueurs 258 Ghost-Raising

MAIL Robbery, Case for the Classic Toilette, A 308 Ghost Sensation 406 Prisoner

164 Coast of Sussex . 493 Give me your Hand

345
Making Free with a Chief

141 Cocks and Hens 276 Going for a Soldier

253 Manilla, The Earthquake at 111 Colleen Bawn 256 Going to Chappell 428 Maori Court-Martial

162 Colley Cibber's Daughter 154 Goldsmith in Poverty

153 Maoris, The

309 Competition Wallahs 203 Greenwich Tavern, A

150 Mechanical Horse, The : 132 Complainte Historiquo 297 Grouse

78 Meteoric Stones

488 Complete Gentleman 236 Grub Street Writers :

Military Mismanagement 349 Country Cottages 18 Grumbleton Testimonial

190 Mr. Will in the Forest of Hyde Court-Martial 421 Gulls

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Park

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Milliner's Life, A

37 Richard the Third's Portrait 253 Theatre, a Rehearsal

274

Milliners and Dressmakers 36 Rivers, Names of

306 Theatres, Applauders at 258

Mirage, The

225 Roman Toilette, A

308 Thebes, Tombs of the Kings of 81

Mocking Bird in London:

300 Romances of the Scaffold. 297 Tipping the Teapot

190

Model Cottages.

18 Rooks and Herons

136 Titbull's Alms-Houses

205

Monotonous "Sensation" 406 Rottingdean

495 Toads and Frogs, The Use of 201

Monsieur Cassecruche's Inspi- Russian Prisoners for Siberia. 325 Tomb, Dinner in a

81

ration

561 Russian Prisons.

519 Too Hard upon my Aunt. 381

Mop Alley, New Orleans 285 Russian Punishments

325 Toulon, Dockyard Prisoners 372

Mormon Life

247 Rye

495 Trial of Jewry

398

Mortality in India

103

Trifles from Ceylon

402

Musical Physiognomies

SACKVILLE, Lord, at Minden 544 Turning over a New Leaf.

473

My Pautomime .

272 Sally in our Alley

57

Sand Grouse

78 UNCOMMERCIAL Traveller, The:

NAMES of English Rivers 306 Savages of Africa

468 At a Dockyard

13

National Portraits

252 Schneitzhæffer

446 Visit to the Achilles

13

Near Shave

261 Scholar of Oxford, The

438

On French Flemish Life 61

Needlewomen

36 Scorpions in Ceylon .

402 At Monsieur Salcy's Theatre 62

New Stage Stride

229 Sea Serpents, Å Yarn about

A French Flemish Fair

63

New Zealand War, The Maoris 369 the

20

Upon Funerals

109

Nile and its Noble Savages

Settled Among the Maoris

309

At Titbull's Alms-Houses

205

Nile, Source of the

Seward, Mr., of the United

Union is Strength

156

Number Sixty-Eight

States

71

Shadowy Misgivings.

524

VERMICULARITIES

177

OLD Parr

210 Shanghai

419

VERY HARD CASI; a Story.

On the South Coast

494 Ship Tavern

150 By Charles Reade, D.C.L. 1

Overland Indirect Route.

Shop Side of Art

374

25, 49, 73, 97, 121, 145, 169, 193, 217,

Siberia, Prisoners for

326

241, 265, 289, 313, 337, 361, 385, 409

Paint and Varnish

352 Silent Highway-men

234

Vessel Tavern

150

Palmistry

345 Slang

179

Violins

Pantomime Writing :

272 Snakes in Ceylon

402

Visit to a Russian Prison. 519

Paris Picture Auctions

Soldier, Enlisting

283

Vivier, The Horn-Player

Parish Relief

156 Soldiers in India

106

Parish Union

156 Something to be done in india

103

WARSAW, When Order Reigned

Parisian Romans

258 Source of the Nile

468

in

31

Pawnbrokers' Gazette

58 South Coast, The

494

Watching at the Gate

372

Penal System in America

Spectre of the Hartz Moun- Welsh Bards

128

Pendergrass, General, Spectre

tains

Welsh Festival, A

128

Story of

225 Spectres

When Order Reigned in War-

Pet Bear

493 Speke, Captain, on the Source

saw

131

Pevensey

495 of the Nile

468

Whitebait :

151

Philadelphia

Spencer in Poverty : :

155

Winchelsea

495

Philippe Herbelot, Centenarian 210 Stage at the Lyceum

229 Wolverine, The .

380

Pianists in France

9 Starlinge, the Use of

202 Women, Employment of

40

Pic-Nic in Germany

214 Starting for Siberia

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Wonderful Men.

210

Picture Sales

374 Stone Nigger, Story of the 141 Workhouse, A

156

Pincher Astray

539 Story, A Near Shave

261

Worms

177

Plant Signatures

557 Story, Aboard the Evelcen

Plants, Names of

Brown

463

YESTERDAY and To-day in

Point of the Needle

36 Story about the Sea Serpent

20 India

184

Poland, When Order Reigned Story, Between Two Fires 856

in Warsaw

31 Story, Brancher

Police Gazette

60 Story, Monsieur Cassecruches

POETRY

Polish Deserter.

85 Inspiration

561

Poor, Cottages for the

18 Story, Mop Alley, New Orleans 285 FAREWELL to the Holy Lands 467

Popular Names of British Story of Italian Brigands 473 Florimel

491

Plants

534 Story, Shadowy Misgivings 524 Genseric

421

Portrait Gallery

252 Story, The Agger Fiord

546 Glow-worm

205

Poultry Shows

276 Story, The Cardinal's Walking- God's Acre

156

Prince Napoleon in America 69 Stick

499 King and Queen

228

Prisoners in a French Dock- Story, Too Hard upon my Auni 381 Let it Pass

564

yard .

372 Story, Turning Over à New Mill Stream

396

Leat.

473 My Neighbour

RAILWAYS, Indian

564 Sussex Coast

495

Old Friends

107

Raleigh and his Cloak

56 Swansea, Festival at.

Richelieu

516

Ravens

136

Siege of Ravenna

443

Real Murderer

448 TAVERN at Greenwich

150 Story of the Lightning

541

Recent Earthquake at Manilla ill Thames Traffic

234 Two Seas

35

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128

How the Best Attic was under a Cloud 40

Doctor.

25 How the Parlours added a few words . 46

ALL THE YEAR ROUND.

A WEEKLY JOURNAL.

CONDUCTED BY CHARLES DICKENS.
WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED HOUSEHOLD WORDS.

No. 227.]

SATURDAY, AUGUST 29, 1863.

[PRICE 2d.

BY THE AUTHOR OF "IT IS NEVER TOO LATE TO MEND."

CHAPTER XXXII.

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VERY HARD CASH.

other young lady about to be married beneath her roof.

It wanted but six days, when one morning after breakfast the bereaved wife, and mother

about to be deserted, addressed her son and The spirit of dissension in Musgrove Cottage Viceroy thus: “Edward, we must borrow penetrated to the very kitchen. Old Betty fifty pounds." sided with Alfred, and combated in her place Fifty pounds ? what for? who wants that p" the creed of the parlour ; "Why, according to Why I want it,” said Mrs. Dodd, stoutly. Miss, the young sparrows are bound never to fly Oh, if you want it- what to do, please ?” out of the nest; or else have the Bible flung at Why to buy her wedding clothes

, dear.” 'em. She do go on about God's will: seems to "I thought what her 'ľ would come to,” me 'tis His will the world should be peopled by said Julia, reproachfully. body and beast-which they are both his crea- Edward shook his head, and said, “He who tures-and, by the same toaken, if they don't goes a borrowing goes a sorrowing.” marry they does wus. Certainly whilst a young “But she is not a he," objected Mrs. Dodd man bides at home, it beloves him to be dutiful; with the subtlety of a schoolman : “and who but that ain't to say he is to bide at home for ever heard of a young lady being married withever. Master Alfred's time is come to leave we, out some things to be married in?" and be master in a house of his own, as his father Well

, I've heard Nudity is not the cheese, done before him, which he forgets that now; on public occasions : but why not go dressed he is grown to man's estate, and got his mother's like a lady as she always does, only with white money, and no more bound to our master than gloves; and be married without any bother and I be." She said too, that “parting blights more nonsense. quarrels than it breeds :" and she constantly You talk like a boy,” said Mrs. Dodd. “I invited Peggy to speak up, and gainsay her. could not bear it. My poor child !” and she But Peggy was a young woman with white eye-cast a look of tenderest pity on the proposed lashes, and given to looking down, and not to victini. "Well, suppose we make the poor speaking up; she was always watching Mr. child the judge, suggested Edward. He then Hardie in company, like a cat cream; and hover- put it to Julia whether, under the circumstances, ing about him when alone. Betty went so far she would wish them to run in debt, buying her as to accuse her of colloguing with him against finery to wear for a day. “It was not fair to Alfred, and of "setting her cap at master," ask her," said Mrs. Dodd with a sigh. which accusation elicited no direct reply, but Julia blushed and hesitated, and said she stinging inuendoes hours after.

would be candid; and then stopped. Now, if one looks into the thing, the elements “Ugh!" ejaculated Edward.

“ This is a of discord had attacked Albion Villa quite as bad beginning; Girls' candour! now for a powerfully as Musgrove Cottage ; but had masterpiece of duplicity." hitherto failed signally: the mutual affection of Julia inquired how he dared ; and Mrs. Dodd the Dodds was so complete, and no unprincipled said warmly that Julia was not like other people, person among them to split the good.

she could be candid; had actually done it, more And, now that the wedding drew near, there than once, within her recollection. The young was but one joyful heart within the walls, though lady justified the exception as follows: "If I the others were too kind and unselfish to throw was going to be married to myself, or to some cold water. Mrs. Dodd's own wedding had gentleman I did not care for, I would not spend ended in a piteous separation, and now to part a shilling. But I am going to marry him ; and with her darling child and launch her on the so-oh, Edward, think of them saying 'what has uncertain waves of matrimony! She heaved he married ? a dowdy: why she hadn't new

many a sigh wben alone : but, as there were no things on to go to church with him: no bonnet, !! bounds to ber maternal love, so there were no no wreath, no new white dress! To mortify

exceptions to her politeness: over her aching him the very first day of our- The heart she forced on a wedding face, subdued, but sentence remained unfinished, but two lovely kopeful, for her daughter, as she would for any eyes filled to the very brim without running

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