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1 Memoirs of Mr. Pitt,
5 15 Anecdotes of Sir Edward Herbert, 2 On Idleness, 8
42 3 Anecdute, 8 16 Marriage Settlements,
43 4 Family Anecdotes,
9 17 PoeticiL ESSAYS.- Ode for the 5 On Fashionable Dis:inctions, 18 New Year Verses addressed to 6 On the Folly of fashionable Osten- Dr. Thornton - Address to a Rw
tation in the middle Classes of bin-Addresstva Butterfly-Lincs
to the Memory of Miss E. M. C. 7 A Night Walk in January, 23 -Lincs by Count () --- to his in8 Harriet Vernon; or, Characrers fant S.n, while sleepin - To Miss from rcal Live,
25 A. B--G-,othe SirindLines 9 Account of the new Comic Opera, to the Memory of ihe intant Sou of
called ''False · Alarm: ; or, My Mr. Eato.- Description of a good
WifcThe Musca' Mite of Gra. 10 London Fashions,
titude--Song--so Anna--- The il Parisian Fashions,
41-43 12 Elville Family Secrets,
32 18 Furcign News, 13 Ladies' Dresses on her Majesty's | 19 Home News,
This Number is embellished with the following Copper-Plates :
4 A new PATTERN for the Crown ui a Cap.
Where Favours from Correspondents continue to be received. *********** *********************
WE are much obliged to J. M. L. for the new series of Walks which he has promised us, and of which we have inserted the first in the present Number : we hope he will favour us with other communications.
We, in like manner, hope that Mr. J. Webb will continue to honour us with his very ingenious contributions.
Miss Yeames' pieces, which are in hand, are intended for insertion occasionally.
S. Y.'s communication, accompanied with a sketch, is not forgotten,
Enigmas should be always accompanied by their solutions ; for however sagacious we may be in divining their meaning, we may be mistaken, and thus fail to perceive the merit of the composition.-We should be obliged to a very ingenious correspondent to send the solution to that she has fa. voured us with.
C. M.'s request shall be attended to, and, if possible, complied with.