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TO THE

FOURTH VOLUME OF THE NEW SERIES.

BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES OF ILLUS.

POETRY.
RIOUS CHARACTERS.

The Voice of Praise The Yellow Butterfly, 45
Madame Catalani, 3,

The Willow-Love-sick Maid_The Primrose, 46
Lady Spencer, 59

The Battle of Wagram-The Exsquy, 98
Mulgrave, 115

Maria--Guilderoy–Maiden's Apology, 100
Mountnorris, 171

The Battle of Wagram, 153
Catharine Annesley 227

Cora Lin-Lope de Vegam The Kiss A Rose, 154
Wedderburn Webster, 283

Walk by Moonlight-Sensibility, 155
Vision of Don Roderick, 209

A Lady Weeping-Nursing of True Love--Cot-
ORIGINAL COMMUNICATIONS. tage Children, 265
Hymenæa in search of a Husband, 7, 62, 118, 228,

Mary's Remonstrance-Fortnne Hunters-Song,

Albion, 226
285
Letters on Mythology, 11, 66, 121, 177, 236, 289

The Sheep-Lover's Evening Walk, 267

Charade-The Elliot, 320
The Chateau of Roussillon, 14, 91, 179
On the probability of land being again submerged || Ode to Ines de Guete, 322

Hapless Kate-The Rose-bud-The Farewel, 301
in the Ocean, !9, 75
Spanish Inquisition, 22
Oakwood House, 24, 72, 130, 193, 238, 295

LA BELLE ASSEMBLEE.
Sketch of the Berkeley claim, 28

Promenade Dress, 47
Essays on the efficacy of Baths, 39, 69

General Observations and Reflections on Fashion
New system of Botany, 42, 82, 143, 189, 245, 313
Letter of the celebrated GA. Stevens, 77

and Dress, 47, 101, 156, 212, 203, 323

Walking Dress, 101
The Spanish Character, 78

Interior of the Conservatory at Carlton House, 102
Discovery of a Roman tesselated Pavement, 79
Death of the Duke of Devonshire, 81

Evening Dress and Ball Dress, 156

Promenade, or Carriage Morning Costume, 212
Religious Ceremonies, 84

Exterior of the Conservatoryat Carlton House, 214
Religion and Superstition, an allegory, 85

Promenade Costume, 263
French Fashions, 89

Promenade Costume, 323
Stories of Seven Days, 94, 134, 185, 246, 298 Ball Dress and Walking Dress, ib.
On Curiosity concerning the affairs of others, 124
Bite of a Mad Dog, 126
Apologue, 128

MONTHLY MISCELLANY
Conjugal Devotion, 139
History of Printing, 140

Quadrupeds, or the Manager's Last Kick, 49
Love Story, 146

Works in the Press, 50, 103, 158, 215, 272, 326
The Heroine of Saragossa, 148

Extraordinary Memory- A Precosus, 50
Character of the Russian Army, 149

The Wood Demon, 102
Making a noise in the World, 150

Mr. Davy's Lecture on Geology, 103
The Mirror of Fashion, 283, 325

A Watering-place Story, 104
Errors of the present theory of Comets, 159, 191

Narrative of Jeffery the Seaman, 105
Memoirs of the latter years of Mr. Fox, 196

M. P. or the Blue Stocking, 157
Extraordinary Supernatural Intimation, 202

Herculanean MS.-Eccentric Character, 261
Ludicrous Letter on Hearth-rugs, 204

Kamtchatka, or the Slave's Tribute, 214
Anecdotes, 306

Darkuess Visible, 215
Monument to Lord Nelson, 231

A mode of preserving Dead Bodies, 216
Journal of a Voyage to the coast of Africa, in

Arabian invention of a Life Preserver, ib.

Love and Botany Bay, 217
1805, 174, 233, 291
Spanish Hermitages and Conveut at Montserrat, Narrative of a young Lady, ib.
*240

Revival of Venice Preserved, 270
Taking the Veil, 243

Up to Town, and the Kiss, 271
History of Count Almeida, 252

The late Lord Lytteltou, 272
Description of modern Athens, 258

Produce of Land for human sustenance, 276
Extraordinary account of a Stranger, 262

Love's Telegraph-Panbarunonicon, ib.
The Goldsmith of Padua, 302

Sketch of the Irish Ladies, 330
Anecdotes selected from the private Life of Peter

Chinese Theatricals_Scolding Wives, 331
the Great, 307

Historical Fraginents, 328
Extraordinary particulars in the Life of Mirza The Man of the World, 326
Abul Hassan, Persian Ambassador, 309

Singularities of Mr. Coates, 327

INCIDENTS NEAR LONDON.
FINE ARTS.

State of his Majesty's health, 51, 108, 162, 219,
ILLUSTRATIONS OF THE GRAPHIC ART.

276, 331
The Miser, and Servant-maid with a Lamp, 44

Female Duelling-Extraordinary occurrence, 52
The Astrologer, and an Old Womau saying her Mr. Sadler's Baloon-Mock Parson, 110
Prayers, 97

Population of London, 162
The Family of Van Ostade, and the Singer, 151 Swindling and Robhery, 162
The Schoolmaster, and the Smoaker seated, 208 Fire at Greenwich Hospital, 219
The Attorney in his Study, and the Ale-House,264 Preservation-Tavern Depredator, 220
Interior of a Cottage, 316

Prince Regent-Lord Mayor, 276
Portrait of Vaudyke, 320

Defence of the mock Parsou, 277

Fraud on Sir Thomas Plomer, 330
Child Stealing, ib.
Robbery at Buckingham-House, 163
Death of General Picton, 278
Shocking Murder at Ratcliff Highway, 334

Sporting Casualty, 223
Bishop of Dromore, 224
Fatal Marriage-Singular Circumstance, 278
The Farmer unwitched 279,
Cruelty-Fanaticism, 280
Melancholy case of a young Lady, 279
A rara avis, 334
Caution to Nurses, ib.
Disappointed Marriage, 334
Murder of Mr. Valentine, 335
Earthquake at Portsmouth 336

PROVINCIALS.
Installation of the Duke of Gloucester, 53
Remarkable inscription, 54
Horrid Murders, 55, 223, 279,
Dreadful Accidents, 56, 22),
Abuse of Authority and'Oppression, 56
Mysterious Story-Eccentric Character, 114
Singular case of a Soldier, 112, 164
Execution of Tucker, for starving his Wife, 112
Brutal Violence- Case of Abstinence, 160
Singular Intrepidity, 167
Suicide, 221
Accident by Lightning, 221
Unfortunate Catastrophe, ih.
Extraordinary Fecundity-Enraged Bull, 222
Curious Robbery, 222, 223

SUPPLEMENT.
Sir John Carr's Travels in Spain, 337
Faber on the Internal State of France, 341
Chateaubriand's Travels in Greece, 345
Memoirs of the Life of Prince Potemkin, 354
Superstitions of the Highlanders of Scotland, 361
Morier's Journey through Persia, 368
Southey's Curse of Kebama, 373
Description of the Prints of Hogarth's Electioa

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No. XXI. A correct Portrait of Madame Catalani.

The Miser and Servant-maid with a Lamp; by Gerard Dow.
A whole-length Figure in the Fashions of the Season, coloured.
An elegant Pattern for Needle-work.

“ Jack's Discoveries," an original Song, composed by Mr. Dihdia.
No. XXII. A correct Portrait of the Right Honourable Lady Spencer.

An Astrologer; by Gerard Dow.-An Old Woman saying her Prayers; Van Ostade,
A whole-length Figure in the Fashions of the Season, coloured.
Interior of the Conservatory at Carlton-House.
An elegant Pattern for Needle-work.

“ The Tizzies," an original Song, composed by Mr. Dibdin.
No. XXIII. A correct Portrait of the Right Honourable Lady Mulgrave.

The Family of Van Ostade, and the Singer; by Van Ostade.
Two whole-length Figures in the Fashions of the Season, coloured.
An elegant Pattern for Needle-work.

“ The Riddle," an original Song, composed by Mr. Dibdin.
No. XXIV. A correct Portrait of the Right Honourable Lady Mourtuorris.

The Schoolmaster and the Smoaker; by Van Ostade.
A whole-length Figure in the Fashions of the Season, coloured.
Exterior of the Conservatory at Carlton-House.
An elegant Pattern for Needle-work.

“ The Queen of the May, an Irish Song for the Ladies,” composed by Mr. Dibdir.
No. XXV. A correct Portrait of the Honourable Lady Catharine Annesley.

The Attorney in his Study, and the Ale-House; by Van Ostade.
A whole-length Figure in the Fashions of the Season, coloured.
An elegant Pattern for Needle-work.

“ The Cabin Boy,” an original Song, composed by Mr. Dibdin.
No. XXVI. A correct Portrait of the Honourable Lady Wedderburn Webster.

Interior of a Cottage ; by Van Ostade.
Portrait of Vandyke; by himself.
Three whole-length Figures in the Fashions of the Season, coloured.
Aa elegant Pattern for

Needle-work.
No. XXVII. Hogarth's Election, viz.-An Election Entertainment; Canrassing for Votas;

Polling; and Chairing the Member.

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