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For MARCH 1807. [Embellished with, 1. A Portrait of ALEXANDER THE Torst, EMPEROR of Russia.
And, 2. A View of RENDLESIIAM SIOUSE.
166 Essay on Beauty and virtue, in UgliExtraordinaryCircumstances relating ness ard Vulgarity
201 to the Sophistication of Potatoes ibid. Characteristics, Some Particulars relative to the pri Infallible Method of detecting bad vate Life of Collins the Poet
ibid. Nethod of feeding Cows in Winter ibid.
LONDOX Review. Omission in the Chronolouical List 168|Supplement to Mr. Cumberland's Inscription in Ware Church-yard ibid. Meinoirs
204 Account of Rendlesham Ilouse ibid.Colquhoun's Treatise on Judigence Vestiges, collected and recollected, [Concluded]
208 by Joseph Moser, Esq. No, LV. 169|| Antiquarian Repertory [Concluded] 211 Description of the Great Desert of Hale's Letter to Mr. Whitbread
215 Westminster. By Joseph Moser, Maxwell's Na y Pocket Paymaster 216 Esq. [Concluded] 178 Mr Deputy Birch's Speech
217 The Reasoner. No. v.
182 D'Israeli's Curiosities of Literature ibid., Epitaph on a Dog 185 | Reeve's Mysterious Wanderer
218 Lines to a Lady
ibid.Theatricaljournal;—including, Fable On Building Life-Boats
ibid. and Cheracter of Town apd Coun-' Salt first discovered
ibid. try and The Young Hussar ibid. On Feasts
186 || Poetry ;-including, The Horrors of Another Misery of Human Life 187 WVår; &c.
219 Instances of the beneficial Etiects of Journal of the Proceedings of the
the Use of Cold Water to the Eyes ibid. First Sesstor of the Third ParOn Cement for Building, &c. ibid. liament of the United Kingdom of On the pernicious Effects of Lead - 188 Great Britain and Ireland
222 Newton's Theoryofthe Tidesvindicatedibid Intelligence from the London GaQuery respecting a Roman Camp
228 near Islington 189|| foreiun Intelligence
230 The Genuine Spirit of Masonry ibid. Domestic Intelligence
ibid. A Briet Account of Cronstadt 19:| Marriages
236. Account of General Sebastiani 192 Vonthly Obituary
ibid. Journal of a Voyage from the West Variations of Barometer and TherIndies, &c. to London (Continued] 193
FOR JAMES ASPERNE,
No. 32, CORNHILL.
, or any part of the East Indies, ut Thirty Shillings per Arunum, by Mr. Gorr at the East Europ. Mag. Vol. LI, March 1807.
The Biographical Notices of General Frost and GerERAL Tuaw shall be insorted in our next. GENERAL TOLERATION is inadmissible.
The dissertation on the art of building Rocks in certain piaces, which was to have been included in the " Description of the Great Desert of Westminster," must be deferre:l until another opportunity.
We are obliged to our Correspondent for the print of Napier of Merchiston ; but, as it has already been published, must decline the use of it.
The Socicly for the Investigation of the Causes, Symptoms, and Cure of the HYDROPHOBIA, has our warmest wisnes for its success; but we cannot, from its length, insert the address.
In our last Review we omitted to mention, that the Sermon “ On the Utility of Academical Institutions, &c.” was preached by BENJAMIN (PACKNELL, A.M., Minister of Weymouth Chapel
. The profit derived from it is, we understand, to be devoted to the institution for which it pleads.
JANSON's Stranger in America, and Tomkins's Rays of Genius, shall be reviewed in the next Magazine.
We have received several other works, which shall be noticed as soon as possible,
Essays, Historical, Lilerary, and Moral, we are sorry to state, came too late to be inserted this month, but shall have a place in the next Magazine; as shall the Essay on the Use of British Fir as a Substitule for Elm Timber : the Mechamism of the Eye; Mr. Richardson's, and several other pieces with which we have been favoured.
Brilannicus, Address to a faded Lily, and a number of poetical pieces from our former Correspondent, Mr. 1., are received, and shall bave due attention paid to them.
ERRATUM in our last Magazine. Page 137, col. 1, line 16 from the bottom, for “ careless mis’ry," read i cureless misry."
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Emperor of Russia.
Published by J. Asperne at the Bible,Crown & Constitution (ornhill 1 April 1807
FOR MARCH 1807.
MEMOIR OF ALEXANDER THE FIRST, EMPEROR OF RUSSIA.
[WITH A PORTRAIT.] TWE fall of empires, king Perhaps causes ucarly similar prostances not only calculated to excite "The modern, like the ancient, nations, the strongest ivierest in the mind of enervated by their vices, withered hethe historian, and to produce the deep- fore the accumulated energy of feroest contemplation in that of the plin cious bordes, stimulated by a leader losopher, but also to afford to the di- who possesses no trails of the character vine and the moralist the snost ample of the Grecian, cxcept his rapacity, scope wherein to display the astonishing his cruelty, and injustice. examples of God's judgments, exhibit The division of the Alexandrine emed in those extraordinary revolutions pire, the contentions of his successors, which, as scourges to mankind, he bas and its final subversion by the Romaus, suffered at different periods to operate are circumstances which, in the punishboth in the physical and political wo:lds. ment of nations, mark the fatality at
If we contemplate the fate of the tendant upon unjust acquisitions. The kingdoms and states that were destroyed irruption of the Goths appeurs a scourge to erect the empire of Alexander, by a to those people ; and the wars among misnomer termed the Grear, whose do these and their descendants manifest mination stretched from the shore of that the world has not, in latter ages, the Mediterranean to the base of Cau- been more wis or virtuous than it was casus; while we lament the fall of cs!ab. in the former. Jishments coeval with the earliest traces in the subversion of empires, it has of history; candour will not permit us always been observed, that leaders have, to conceal the cause that operated to in different ages, arisen, who seemned, to their destruction, or one moment to a certain degree, to command, rather than doubt that they sunk under the weight to follow, fortune. Such is the usurper of their own vices : luxury produced of modern Europe, who, after hurling demental timidity and corporcal imbeci- vastation from the shore of the Baltic to lity, and rendered them an easy prey to the strait of Messina, has, like Charles the the irregular irruptions of myriads of Xulih with respect to l'eter ihe Great, military assassins, heated by enthusiasın, found his strenuous, and we hope his excited by avarice, and stimulated by most successful, opposer upon the Conambition.
tineni, in the young hero, whose porAstonishing as the revolution occa trait at once adorns and dignifies this sioned by the erection of this empire number of our Magazine. appeared upon the historic tablet, in Ale under the ist, upon whom the this age it is unfortunately no longer eyes of all nations are at present turned, considered as singular. A political as toward ihe barrier of Gallic ambition, change has occurred in the western the avenger of the wrongs and restorer hemisphere, in geographical space per- of the liberties of Europe, was born on haps less extensive, yet in its banefal the '3d of December, 1777. At the and. malignant effects dreadful as that age of sixteen, he was united to Louisa, which, foretold by the Prophet Da- Princess of Laden Durlach *, two years niel *, once convulsed the eastern.
* Conformable to the capous of the Greek Daniel, clap, viii, ver. 7, and x!, ver. 13. Church, this Princess took the names of Llic