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UNION MAGAZINE

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Literature and art.

VOL. VI.

JANUARY - JUNE,

1850.

EDITED BY

MRS. C. M. KIRKLAND AND PROF. JOHN 8. HART.

PHILADELPHIA:

PUBLISHED BY JOHN SARTAIN & CO.

PHILADELPHIA:

C. SHERMAN, PRINTER, (JANUARY TO JUNE, 1850.)

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PROSE.

The Perplexed Student, a Lesson for Bachelor Book-

Aunt Rachel. By Mrs. E. C. KINNEY, -

27

Two Illustrations. By Mrs. C. H. BUTLER,

A Year at Ambleside. By HARRIET MARTINEAU.

212, 272

January,

38 The Crevasse, or The Widow Morel. Nustrated. By

February,

139 E. B. GARDETTE, M.D.,

227

March,

291 The Log Schoolhouse. By MRS. C. M. KIRKLAND, 251

April,

294 The Departure, or Incidents in the Revolutionary

May,

355 War. IUustrated. By THE AUTHOR OF “THE DOCTOR'S

June,

381 THIRD PATIENT," &c.,

257

A Winter Scene; or Lily Ford. Nustrated. By MARY The Mystery of Visiting. By Mrs. C. M, KIRKLAND,- 317

SPENSER PEABE, -

81 The House of John Knox. Mustrated. By HECTOR

Alehouse Politicians, or Annexation settled for ever,

ORR,

321

IUustrated. By John NEAL,

197 The Return, or Incidents in the Revolutionary War.

A Night with the later French Lyric Poets. IUus- Mustrated. By THE AUTHOR OF THE DOCTOR'S THIRD

trated. By WILLIAM Dowe, Esq.,

265 PATIENT,” &c.,

359

A Day at Stratford-on-Avon. Illustrated.

The Erection of St. Stephen's Cathedral at Vienna,

REV. THOMAS BRAINERD,

341 an Austrian Legend. By C. B. BURKHARDT,

• 364

Benjamin West. Two Ilustrations. By John SAR- The Prairie Fight. By Mrs. E. S. SWIFT,

396

TAIN,

116, 300 The Value of Knowledge. By the Rev. W. H. FUR-

Book Notices. By PROFESSOR HART,

NESS, D.D.,

417

102, 172, 240, 308, 374, 434 The Washington National Monument. Illustrated.

Bush-Life. By MRS. C. M. KIRKLAND,

70 By the Rev. J. H. ALLEN,

325

Coast of the Red Sea near Rephidim. Illustrated. By

the Rev. J. P. DURBIN, D.D.,

427

Floral Calendar. Two Illustrations. By PROFESSOR

POETRY

JAMES RHOADS, -

91

An Answer.--To a Few. By ELIZA L. SPROAT,

408

Fashions. Nine Mustrations,

96

Arnold de Winkelried. Mustrated. By GRACE GREEN-

Fashions. Seven Illustrations,

165

WOOD,

425

Fashions. Thoo Ilustrations,

235 | A Smile. By MRS. C. H. ESLING,

34

Fashions. Three Illustrations,

306 A Somet. To Miss — By I. L. DUNCAN,

37

Fashions. Five Illustrations,

368

A Dream that was not all a Dream. By Mrs. M. G.

Fashions. Siz Ilustrations,

430 HORSFORD,

45

Humboldt. Illustrated,

10 A Valentine. Mustrated Το

By ANNE C.

Hannah More. Five Illustrations. By PROFESSOR

Lynch,

154

JAMES RHOADS,

111 Apostrophe to the English Language. By PROFESSOR

Hardscrabble, a Tale of Chicago. By MAJOR RICHARD- JAMES C. MOFFAT,

304

SON,

143, 217, 281, 348, 390 A Ballad of Sir John Franklin. nllustrated Ву

Jenny Lind. Illustrated. By FREDERIKA BREMER, 409 GEORGE H. BOKER,

323

Life and Genius of Dr. Watts. Five Nlustrations. An Epitaph. By E. Foxton,

347

By the REV. JOEL PARKER, D.D.,

51 | A Sabbath Thought. By J. H. BIXBY,

358

Literary Women. By Mrs. C. M. KIRKLAND,

150 A Dream. By Mrs. SARAN T. BOLTON,

398

Life in the North. By FREDERIKA BREMER,

- 157

Beatrice. By THOMAS BUCHANAN READ,

410

Life in the North. By FREDERIKA BREMER,

329 Bethany. Uustrated. By CAROLINE MAY,

63

Mahomet. By Mrs. C. M. KIRKLAND, •

411 Christ Blessing little Children. Illustrated. By Mrs.

Might rersus Right, By Miss C. M. SEDGWICK,

75 L. H. SIGOURNEY,

231

Martha Preston. By THE AUTHOR OF “MARY BARTON," 133 Comic Miseries. By John G. Saxe,

290

Mrs. James K. Polk. Ilustrated. By Mrs. C. W. Crazy Kate. By ERASTU8 W. ELLSWORTH,

- 294

DENISON,

• 155 Despedida. By EUGENE LIES,

422

Narrative of Emilia Durano, Marchesa di Albarozzi. Epithalamium.-An Allegory. By G. W. H.,

424

Illustrated. By R. H. HORNE,

57 Familiar Places. A Sonnet. By J. H. BIXBY,

211

Owasonook. By Miss C. M. SEDGWICK,

399 Frost Pictures. Mustrated. By Edith MAY,

232

Passage of the Red Sea. Illustrated. By the Rev. Gethsemane. Illustrated. By Mrs. L. H. SIGOURNEY, 9

J. P. DURBIN, D.D.,

337 “Give me back my Letters." By Miss E. BOGART, 24

Runnymead. Illustrated,

10 Hope On,

196

Reading for Amusement. By Mrs. C. M. KIRKLAND, 192 Henry the Eighth and Herne the Hunter. By MRS.

Society in the American Metropolis. By FRANCIS J.

MARY S. WHITAKER,

303

GRUND,

17 Impromptu. PAR ALPHONSE DE LAMARTINE,

322

Shakespeare's Minor Poems. By John S. HART, 43 Kossuth. By MARGARET JUNKIN,

336

Shakespeare's Minor Poems. By John S. HART, 129 Love's Messenger. By MRS. FRANCES B. M. BROTHER-

Tales of the Puritans; No. V.-Alice Elliston. Two

SON,

83

Illustrations. By PROFESSOR ALDEN,

5, 107

Lines in honour of the Twenty-Seventh Congress of

The Mount of Ascension. Nuustrated. By the Rev.

the United States. By JOIN QUINCY ADAMS,

299

J. P. DURBIN, D. D.,

32 Midnight Musings in a Grave-Yard. By MRS. J. L.

The Doctor's Third Patient (or Reminiscences of old

GRAY,

26

Dr. Micah Asher). By the Rev. JOHN TODD, D. D., 64 Madelena's Confession. By EDITH MAY,

35

The Fate, or The Lover's Revenge. By MR8. E. OAKES My Alice. A Ballad. By WM. PEMBROKE Mulch-

SMITH,

84

NOCK,

211

The Rev. Henry Hart Milman. Illustrated. By Madame Roland in Prison. By PHEBE GARDINER, 271

GEORGE CHAMBERS,

115 My Own World (from the German). By CHARLES T.

The Hungarian Struggle and its Consequences. Siz

BROOKS, -

Mustrations. By FRANCIS J. GRUND,

184 Nightfall in Hungaria. By ANNE C. LYNCH,

The Lover's Appeal, or The Double Error. Two Mus- Not Alone. By MARGARET JUNKIN,

280

trations. By MRB. EMMA O. EMBURY,

205 Ode to Poesy. By MRS. E. O. KINNEY,

298

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Poetry. A Sonnet. By I. L. D.

31

ART NOTICES.

Rosalie. A Ballad. By Thomas BUCHANAN READ, 25

Brackett's Wreck. By CAARLES G. LELAND,

370

Ruse d'Amour. Stanzas to - By EUGENE LIES, 154

Chromo-Lithography. By John SARTAIN,

100

Reminiscence. By W. GILMORE SIMMS,

408

Edward Matthew Ward, A. R. A. Ilustrated. By

Schiller's Song of the Bell. Illustrated. A New Trans-

John SARTAIN,

171

lation. By the Rev. W. H. FURNESS, D.D.,

12

Middleton. By JOAN SARTAIN,

101

Song. By STELLA,

80

Sir David Wilkie as Dick Tinto. Mustrated. BY JOIN

Sour Grapes. An old Fable newly translated. Ву

SARTAIN,

237

“ ELIZA"-BETA,

142

Sir Peter Paul Rubens. IUustrated. BY JOHN SAR-

Sonnet. By W. D.,

204

TAIN,

101

Sleep. By STELLA,

- 262

Spring. Ilustrated. By R. H. STODDARD,

347

354

EDITORIAL.

Sunset in April. By FREDERICK W. GRAYSON,

The Goblet of Revenge. Ilustrated By SARA H. A Sensible Present,

312

BROWNE,

11 Burns's Higbland Mary,

433

The Dream. Illustrated. BY IGNATIUS L. DONNELLY, 16 Cheap Postage,

376

The Rival Songsters. Illustrated. By Miss E. A. STARR, 24 Engraving of Mrs. Polk,

100

The Two Mammas. By Fanny FORESTER,

42 Jenny Lind,

433

The Conversion of St. Paul. Nustrated. By FRANCES Mrs. Esling's Poems,

433

S. OSGOOD,

41 George R. Graham,

367

“The Beautiful Things of”-Sartain. By “ELIZA". Our January Number,

99

BETH,

24 Ourselves,

312

The Blind Girl of Castel-Cuille (from the Gascon of Poe's Last Poem, -

99

Jasmin). By HENRY W. LONGFELLOW,

46 St. Leger Papers,

433

The Love that Lasts. By the Rev. GEORGE B. CHEE- Suum Cuique,

376

90 The Deathbed of Wesley,

100

Theodora. By EDITH MAY,

384 The Editor's Table,

367

Thisbe. By Miss ALICE CAREY, -

31 The Thread of Life. Ilustrated,

170

The Test Ring. By MARY SPENSER PEASE,

416 Titled Literati,

434

The Mother's Blessing. Illustrated. By Mrs. L. H.

SIGOURNEY,

426

FULL PAGE ENGRAVINGS..

The Yellow Dock. By HARRIET FARLEY,

138

Illuminated Title-page. By ACKERMAN, Frontispiece

The Sea-Shell. By Miss E. W. BARNES,

216

The Rival Songsters. By SARTAIN,

24

The Snow. By Mrs. C. H. FsLING,

230

The Conversion of St. Paul. By SERZ,

41

The Winter Serenaders. Illustrated. By Miss SARA

Coloured Flower. By ACKERMAN,

91

H. BROWNE,

176

Winter Scene. By DEVEREUX,

81

The Return of Israel. By E. L. FANCHER,

231

The Mount of the Ascension. By DEVEREUX,

32

The Poet of To-day. By GRACE GREENWOOD,

233

1

The Poet-Martyr. By Joun S. DU SOLLE,

Zephyr and Aurora. By Ginon,

234

3

The Sick Girl's Prayer for Spring. By G. G. FOSTER, 256

Runnymead. By WHITE,

Fashion Plate. By GIRON,

4

The Frozen Goblet. Illustrated. By Tuos. BUCHANAN

West's First Effort in Art. By SARTAIN,

116

READ,

263

The City Rose to the Wild Rose. By SARAH ROBERTS, 264

Constancy. A coloured Valentine. By ACKERMAN, - 105

Portrait of Mrs. Polk. By SARTAIN,

- 155

The Apostle Paul at Malta. Mustrated. By the Rev.

Winter Serenaders. By STEEL,

176

ROBERT DAVIDSON, D.D.,

280

Fashion Plate. By GIHON,

105

The Spring Song of a Glad Heart. By CAROLINE MAY, 272

106

The Wizard. By GEORGE S. BURLEIGH, -

Fashion Plate. By GIHON,

305

231

The Dancing Lesson. lustrated. BY STELLA,

327

Christ Blessing Little Children. By SARTAIN,

183

The Prophet's Chastening. By Mary Young,

- 328

Hungarian Detachment. By DEVEREUX,

The Alehouse Politicians. By RICE AND BUTTRE,

• 197

The Vacant Chair. By Miss AUGUSTA BROWNE, 340

The Departure. By SARTAIN,

257

The Castle in the Air. Two IUustrations. By R. H.

The Apostle Paul at Malta. By BANNISTER,

280

STODDARD,

385

248

The Death of Las Casas. IUustrated. By FRANCES S.

Spring. By Gihon,

359

OSGOOD,

The Return. By SARTAIN,

389

327

The Death of Turgesius. By WILLIAM P. MULCHINOCK, 423

The Dancing Lesson. By Serz,

Washington Monument. By Giron,

325

THE SHAKESPEARE Poems, viz. :-

337

The Melancholy Jacques. Illustrated. Ву

The Passage of the Red Sea. By DEVEREUX,

The Dead Adonis. By GIHON,

313

FRANCES S. OSGOOD,

122

Fashion Plate. By Guion,

316

The Infant. Illustrated. By Mrs. E. C. KINNEY, 124

The Death of Las Casas. By SARTAIN,

. 389

The Schoolboy. Nlustrated. By Eliza L. SPROAT, 126

426

The Lover. llustrated. By E. OAKES SMITH,- 128

The Mother's Blessing. By RICE AND BUTTRE,

409

Portrait of Jenny Lind. By GIRON,

The Soldier. Illustrated By Mrs. E.J. EAMES, 178

The Justice. Iustrated. By G. G. FOSTER,

Coast of the Red Sea near Rephidim. By DEVEREUX, 427

180

Summer in the Country. By Giron,

377

The Old Man. Illustrated. By the Rev. ROBERT

380

DAVIDSON, D.D.,

Fashion Plate. By Ginox,

246

Second Childishness. Illustrated.

By R. H.

THE SHAKESPEARE PLATES. By Ginon, viz. :-

STODDARD,

121

248

The Melancholy Jacques,

The Infant,

123

The Schoolboy,

125

MUSIC

The Lover,

127

The Lullaby Serenade. By John H. RHEYN,

94

The Soldier,

177

The Pearl Oyster. By John H. RHEYN,

168

The Justice,

179

The Soldier's Wedding. Music by CHARLES W. GLOVER, 181

The Old Man,

245

Oh! Rest Thee, Babe, Rest Thee! From the Opera of

QUY MANNERING,

Second Childishness,

- 247

219

Blanche and Lisette. Composed by CHARLES W.

GLOVER,

314

N. B. The page opposite each Engraving indicates the

The Elfin's Home. Music by LABITZKY,

378 | place where it is to be inserted in binding.

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