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killed at the battle of Great Bethel, "Cecil Dreeme" and "John Brent, " are noticed in the Northern papers. Among the other popular novels are "Chronicles of Carlingford," by Mrs. Oliphant; "The Prodigal Son," by Dalton Cook; "Abel Drake's Wife," by John Saunders; "C Wrong be Right?" by Mrs. S. C. Hall; "Marietta," by Anthony Trollope; and "Barren Honors," by the author of "Guy Livingstone." In "All the Year Round" Wilkie Collins is publishing a mysterious story entitled "No Name." Ainsworth is writing a serial called "Cardinal Pole," for Bentley's Miscellany, and the authoress of "Adam Bede" another; "Romala," for the Cornhill Magazine. Buliver is contributing some miscellanea for Blackwood, under the title of "Caxtoniani." Quite a number of pamphlets on "Cotton Cultivation," as well as upon the American war, are appearing in England. The "rebellion" is a fruitful provocative of pamphleteering at the North. Some of the titles are amusing — for instance, "The Present At