"Life of Moscheles," by his wife. (Hurst & Blackett, 1873.)
 "Letters of Felix Mendelssohn to Ignaz and Charlotte Moscheles."
Translated and edited by Felix Moscheles. (Houghton & Mifflin, Boston, U.S.A.)
 It's as good a trade as another, that of making-up pictures.
 "Shut up," I growled, "and get to bed, you idiot."
 Oh, it's that young man who is upset by the moon; just like Rollo.
 Queer dog that.
 That's all very well, but he knows what's what.
 The Gewandhaus in Leipsic.
 Reprinted from "Cosmopolis."
 A 1000-franc note.
 I should be the loser by it.
 'Tis love that leads us.
 We don't care a pin, sir, as long as we can get work.
 The French Tommy Atkins and the country cousin.
 "Parleying with certain people."--FRANCIS FURINI.
 The following notes formed part of an article published in _Scribner's Magazine_ in 1891.