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New Mode of Blockade . . - - - - ib.
Hints to the Minister • - e. - - - 227
The Cobler who had gone beyond his Last . - 23o
The Dočtor's Naval Advisers .: - - - ib.
On the Dočtor's Naval Supporters . . . . -
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State Coach e - - e e o 323
Advertisement Extraordinary . o - - 324.
The Four Political Winds e e - e 327
Coroner's Inquest o e - e • 33 I
REVOLVING in my mind lately the probable consequences of the present war, and the strange mixture of vanity, duplicity, perfidy, and cruelty, the complication of passions and vices that distinguish a certain conspicuous chara&ter, 1 began to regale my desponding imagination by representing him to myself in an historical point of view, confidering him as a player, exhibiting a variety of charaćters, and applying to him the words of Young : The dreadful masquerader, thus equipt, Out fallies on adventures, In the middle of this reverie I fell asleep, and was soon transported in a dream, on the wings of fancy, to the days of the celebrated Stratford Jubilee. Methought I was carried by an invifible power to the doors of a vast amphitheatre, filled by the inhabitants of different nations in all their variety of dresses. By a large printed bill in red letters, I found that Shakspeare's Jubilee was to be preceded by a sort of pantomimical entertainment, intermixed with some WQL, a VIII, lo of