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Improved Patent Self-acting KITCHEN RANGE and Steaming apparatus, for Cooking, Heating Baths, Rooms, Halls, Stainases, do on a more Economica
and Simple construction than has hitherto been offered for the inspation of the NOBILITY, GENTRY AND, THE PUBLIC, In gr

A his FURNISHING IRONMONGERY, & Stobe Grate) REPOSITORY, HINen Rudge treet, Black

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Explanation
The smallest size Range with Oven (as marked 0/ Boiker (B)
and turn-over Trivet. The fire acting equally against Oven
and Boiler, without a fue ; is used for the convenience of
small families.
Width of fire 12 inches_ Whole width of Range, 3 3 ..dar

Improved Patent Self Acting hitchen Rangu.

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Explanation
B. The Boiler--0. The Oren.-U.The front of the Boiler.

One winding Check with Trwet...

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EXPLANATION.
B.The Boiler. 0,The Oven. U.The front of the Boiler
Two Winding Checks with Trivets.
Width of fire 2 feet k upwards -- Whole width or Range , 5 upwards.
The Oven or Boiler can be 'heated seperate if required.

THE greatest economical improvement ever discovered is evident in these Ranges; the Boiler and Back (marked B.) forming one entire Vessel; the Fire acting against it,

WITHOUT A FLU E! keeps an abundant supply of Boiling Water, which gives an advantage of COOKING BY STEAM, without consuming more Fuel than is used in Common Grates. The other side (marked 0.) may be fitted with an Oven on Count RUMFORD's principle, or as an Ironing or Stewing Stove, as the purchaser may require.

For Steaming purposes, which in Cooking, is proved to be more cleanly than Boiling in Water. The Boilers will be found to excel every other hitherto invented, for heating Washing Tubs, Baths, Rooms, Halls, Staircases, &c. It is simple in its construction-certain in operation and requires little attention. To every Family, more especially for large Establishments, a constant supply of Pure Hot Water and Steam must be a valuable acquisition, accomplished by means so simple, that where it has hitherto been adopted it has given entire satisfaction, and proved superior to any one heretofore offered to the Pube lic for inspection.

LA BELLE ASSEMBLÉE;

BBING

Bell's

COURT AND FASHIONABLE

MAGAZINE,

FOR AUGUST, 1818.

A New and Improved Series.

EMBELLISHMENTS. 1. A Correct Likeuers of her ROYAL HIGHNESS THE DUCHESS OF CAMBRIDGE, Eugraved frero

an original Drawing. 2. A beautiful WHOLE-LENGTH PORTRAIT FIGURE in a PARISIAN WALKING DRESS. & A beautiful WHOLE-LENGTH PORTRAIT FIGURE in an ENGLISH DINNER DRESS. 4. Elegant PARISIAN PATTERNS for NEEDLE WORK.

LITERARY CONTENTS.

BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES OF DIS. | His interesting conversation with the Baroness 61 TINGUISHED AND ILLUSTRIOUS | Contrivances ex plaineil

............... 62 CHARACTERS.

Description of the Glaciers in the Alps.
Duchess of Cambridge.

Their progressive motion .......................... 62

Their increase and diminution .................... 63 Amiability of the Duke and Duchess ........... 51'

Winds, &c. of the Glaciers ....................... Their enthusiastie reception ...................

Stones on their surfuce, &c. ................

ib. Re-marriage in England ..........

Nature of the ice on the Glaciers ...........

Number and extent of the Glacier ............ ORIGINAL COMMUNICATIONS. Abridgment of Natural History, in a series A brief History of Music, selected from the of Letters from a Lady to her Daughter. best Authorities.

The Tortoise and Turtle ............. Masic of the Britops ................................ 52

The Frog .................

.................. 66 Anecdotes of Illustrious Females.

Topographical Museum. w Dover ..........

...................... 67 Elizabeth Queen of Hungary ..................... 54

The Listener. Historical and Select Anecdotes.

Anonymons Letter Writers ....................... 69 Aneedote of Charles XII. of Sweden .......... 55

Complaints of a twice Married Man ............ Mozart ..............

Old Acquaintances ; or, New Masks. High sense of honour in a Peon ..............

Revolutionary Events ................................. Anecdote of Sheridan ...........

Discovery of old Acquaintances ................. Dr. Franklin ....

the King of Denmark ............ Pierre Huet ; or, The Square Tower ...... Saxon Anecdote .........................................

The Wonder of Wonders !
The Gleaner's Porte-Folio

Character of Olivia ............. ................
Island of Loo-Choo ...........

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Maternal Affection ......... Women ...................................................

Brief Account of Vieung. Pride ........................

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Lamp-lighting ...................................
Disguise and no Disguise.-A Tale. The Pruter ...........
Disguises of the Chevalier and Mathilda ...... 61 | German Literature ............

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