The Table Book, Volume 2

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W. Hone, 1828
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Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
4
Section 3
18
Section 4
31
Section 5
34
Section 6
47
Section 7
66
Section 8
79
Section 20
354
Section 21
386
Section 22
418
Section 23
430
Section 24
450
Section 25
461
Section 26
482
Section 27
514

Section 9
98
Section 10
130
Section 11
169
Section 12
182
Section 13
194
Section 14
212
Section 15
230
Section 16
246
Section 17
266
Section 18
290
Section 19
318
Section 28
540
Section 29
578
Section 30
579
Section 31
646
Section 32
674
Section 33
687
Section 34
738
Section 35
770
Section 36
788
Section 37
802
Section 38
834

References from web pages

JSTOR: Dating Lamb's Contributions to the Table Book
DATING LAMB'S CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE TABLE BOOK IT is well known that Hone's Table Book of 1827 contains a number of contribu- tions from Charles Lamb, ...
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Folklore: The World of William Hone: A New Look at the Romantic ...
The rights to the successful Every-Day Book were sold to the Cheapside publisher Thomas Tegg to cover his debts, the Table Book folded after a year, ...
findarticles.com/ p/ articles/ mi_m2386/ is_v109/ ai_21250640/ print

Brief Chronology - _The Political House that Jack Built_ by ...
produces The Table Book in weekly numbers, on model of The Every-Day Book. In December, son William dies while in Navy and son Alfred suffers ...
www.rc.umd.edu/ editions/ hone/ chrono.htm

The Every Day Book - William Hone
I am also hoping to acquire The Table Book (1827). Links To The Days Advent through Candlemas. Advent, being the closest Sunday to the feast day of St. ...
www.hymnsandcarolsofchristmas.com/ Text/ Hone/ every_day_book.htm

A guide to the William Hone Manuscript Collection
Hone turned to mainstream publications of miscellany such as The Every-Day Book (1825-26), The Table Book (1827-28) and The Year Book (1831-32). ...
libraries.adelphi.edu/ bar/ hone/ guide.html

Gimmal Ring
Excerpt from: William Hone, The Table Book, vol. 2 at cols. 1-6 (1827). The Gimmal Ring is an ancient form of the "tool of matrimony," and one found at ...
www.researchlibrary.net/ Gimmal%20Ring.htm

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