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JWUMBER XXVI.

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Memoirs of the Life of Prince Eugene, of Savoy. Written by him-

self. Concluded, - - - - - - 193

Excursion of British Aeronauts, - - - - 203

Animals of Russia, - - - - - 205

The Jerboa, or Jumping Hare. From Clarke's Travels in Russia, 208

Remarkable instance of the Effects of Fear, - - - 209

Light Literature, - - - - - - ibid.

Queen Elizabeth, - - - - - - 2 : 0

Merited and Mercantile Nobility - - - - ibid.

Anagram on Horatio Nelson, - - - - 2 11

Anecdote of Rembrandt, - - - - - ibid.

Sir Christopher Wren and King Charles II. - - ibid.

—— the Masked Jew, - - - - ibid.
a Milanese Physician, - - - - ibid.

Fox Chase in the streets of Whitehaven, - - - 212

- * POETRY.

Home. By James Montgomery, - - - - - - 212

Ballad upon the Loss of Sir Thomas Trowbridge, in the Blenheim.

By James Montgomery, - - - - ibid.

Two of a Trade, - - - - - - 213

A Modern Love Sonnet. - - - - - 214

& LITERARY INTELLIGENCE.

Recent and Proposed American Publications, - - 214

Recent and Proposed British Publications. - - - 216

.V’U.MBER XXVIII.

REVIEWS.

Walsh's American Review, [Original] - - - 21;

Semple’s Second Journey in Spain, - - - 224

Hamlet Travestie. A Play, - - - - - 230

Travels in North America, - - - - 23 1

Humboldt's Political Essay on the Kingdom of New Spain, - 236

Memoirs of the Earl of Monmouth - - - - 243

History of London, - - - - - 25O

Southey's History of Brazil. - - - - - • * 252

SPIRIT OF THE MAGAZINES. .

Mosquitoes in the Crimea. From Clarke's Travels, - - 268

Anecdote of Charles II. - - - - - 269

Miraculous Escape from a Tiger, - - - . 270

Laws of the Road, - - - - - 271

A Modern Lincolnshire Magician, - - - 272

How to prevent Ships from Sinking, - - - - - - 273

Account of a New Zealand Chief, - - - - 275

Longevity of a Land Tortoise, - - - - - - - 276

Visit to Blenheim, - - - - - 277

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SPIRIT OF THE FOREIGN MAGAZINES,

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