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CHAPTER IX.-p. 98.
CHAPTER X.-p. 101.
Her Majesty at the Opera-Extravagant Pay to Dancers-Drury
Lane-Van Amburgh-Promenade Concert-Covent GardenMadame Vestris--Saloon-Unhappy Females-Astley's—Carter and his Wild Beasts—Victoria-Blanchard performs a Monkey -Power of Money–Rudeness of the Lower Orders.
CHAPTER XI.-p. 111.
Adelaide Gallery-Steam-Gun-Daguerreotype-Polytechnic In
stitution-Its numerous and highly interesting contentsBlessings to England, in Coal and Iron-Hall's Water Elevator recommended to India—Benefits arising to Science from the former pursuit of Astrology, &c.—Mechanics’ Institutes.
CHAPTER XII.-p. 143.
BAZAARS, -LAYCOCK'S DAIRY.-MARKETS.
CHAPTER XIII.-p. 150.
NATIONAL AND CHARITABLE INSTITUTIONS.
Greenwich Hospital-Guy's Hospital-Christ's Hospital-Na
CHAPTER XIV-p. 164.
HOUSES OF PARLIAMENT.
Constitution of the Commons-Reform Bill--House of Lords-
Debate in the Commons, 25th Feb. 1841– Visit to the House of Lords, 26th Feb. 1841.- Westminster Hall.
CHAPTER XV.-p. 186.
POLICE AND CRIMINAL COURTS.
Guildhall--Grand Jury--Trial-Story of Sir William Garrow-
CHAPTER XVI.-p. 195.
EXHIBITIONS OF THE FINE ARTS.
Coliseum-(Observations on London, occasioned by the Picture
of the View from St. Paul's—Size-Wealth-Cheap ShopsAdulterated Tea--Tricks of Trade--Jews--Bankrupt StocksQuacks--Citizens, their Country Houses—Expensive Establishments and Education of their Children-Numerous places of Worship-Streets and Squares)— National Gallery-Royal Academy, &c.—Miss Linwood-Panorama of Acre.
CHAPTER XVII.-p. 216.
PUBLIC BUILDINGS, &c.
St. Paul's--The Monument--The Thames Tunnel-Admiralty
Somerset House--Surveyor of the Navy's Model Room-The Tower-Bank--Post Office.
CHAPTER XVIII.-p. 232.
RESIDENCE AT EGHAM AND VISITS TO WINDSOR
AND FROGMORE LODGE.
The Queen on the Terrace—The Authors' Names and Country
enquired after-Egham-Runimead-St. Ann's Hill-Mrs. Fox--Frogmore-Affability of the late Princess AugustaDisappointed in English Gardens, not equal in arrangement, &c., to those at Bombay-Fruit-Virginia Water.
CHAPTER XIX.-p. 246.
CHATHAM DOCK YARD.
Description of the Yard, Buildings, &c.—Preparations for Launch
ing the Mæander Frigate--Launch-Expences of the YardConsequent Taxation-Launch of the London, 92 guns-Seaman's Song
CHAPTER XX.-p. 288.
CHATHAM, ROCHESTER, AND MAIDSTONE.
Almshouses—Theatre-- Aylesford—Wateringbury-Hop Picking
-Brewing—Apples--Curiosity of the People.
CHAPTER XXI.-p. 300.
SHEERNESS DOCK YARD.
Curious Model of the Yard-Roman Cement-Organic Remains
in the Isle of Sheppy.