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FOURTH VOLUME OF THE NEW SERIES.
BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES OF ILLUS.
The Voice of Praise The Yellow Butterfly, 45
The Willow-Love-sick Maid_The Primrose, 46
The Battle of Wagram-The Exsquy, 98
Maria--Guilderoy–Maiden's Apology, 100
The Battle of Wagram, 153
Cora Lin-Lope de Vegam The Kiss A Rose, 154
Walk by Moonlight-Sensibility, 155
A Lady Weeping-Nursing of True Love--Cot-
Mary's Remonstrance-Fortnne Hunters-Song,
The Sheep-Lover's Evening Walk, 267
Charade-The Elliot, 320
Hapless Kate-The Rose-bud-The Farewel, 301
LA BELLE ASSEMBLEE.
Promenade Dress, 47
General Observations and Reflections on Fashion
and Dress, 47, 101, 156, 212, 203, 323
Walking Dress, 101
Interior of the Conservatory at Carlton House, 102
Evening Dress and Ball Dress, 156
Promenade, or Carriage Morning Costume, 212
Exterior of the Conservatoryat Carlton House, 214
Promenade Costume, 263
Promenade Costume, 323
Quadrupeds, or the Manager's Last Kick, 49
Works in the Press, 50, 103, 158, 215, 272, 326
Extraordinary Memory- A Precosus, 50
The Wood Demon, 102
Mr. Davy's Lecture on Geology, 103
A Watering-place Story, 104
Narrative of Jeffery the Seaman, 105
M. P. or the Blue Stocking, 157
Herculanean MS.-Eccentric Character, 261
Kamtchatka, or the Slave's Tribute, 214
Darkuess Visible, 215
A mode of preserving Dead Bodies, 216
Arabian invention of a Life Preserver, ib.
Love and Botany Bay, 217
Revival of Venice Preserved, 270
Up to Town, and the Kiss, 271
The late Lord Lytteltou, 272
Produce of Land for human sustenance, 276
Love's Telegraph-Panbarunonicon, ib.
Sketch of the Irish Ladies, 330
Chinese Theatricals_Scolding Wives, 331
Historical Fraginents, 328
Singularities of Mr. Coates, 327
INCIDENTS NEAR LONDON.
State of his Majesty's health, 51, 108, 162, 219,
Female Duelling-Extraordinary occurrence, 52
Population of London, 162
Prince Regent-Lord Mayor, 276
Defence of the mock Parsou, 277
Fraud on Sir Thomas Plomer, 330
Sporting Casualty, 223
No. XXI. A correct Portrait of Madame Catalani.
The Miser and Servant-maid with a Lamp; by Gerard Dow.
“ Jack's Discoveries," an original Song, composed by Mr. Dihdia.
An Astrologer; by Gerard Dow.-An Old Woman saying her Prayers; Van Ostade,
“ The Tizzies," an original Song, composed by Mr. Dibdin.
The Family of Van Ostade, and the Singer; by Van Ostade.
“ The Riddle," an original Song, composed by Mr. Dibdin.
The Schoolmaster and the Smoaker; by Van Ostade.
“ The Queen of the May, an Irish Song for the Ladies,” composed by Mr. Dibdir.
The Attorney in his Study, and the Ale-House; by Van Ostade.
“ The Cabin Boy,” an original Song, composed by Mr. Dibdin.
Interior of a Cottage ; by Van Ostade.
Polling; and Chairing the Member.