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For JULY 1806.

[Embellihed with, 1. An elegant Frontispiece, representing Captain JAMES

MONTAGU’S MONUMENT, in Weltminster Abbey. And, 2. A PORTRAIT of

the late Mr. JOHN SeweLL.)

CONTAINING,

Page 1

Page

Memoir of the late Mr. John Sewell 3 Secret History of the Court and
Description of Captain James Mon-

Cabinet of St. Cloud

sagu's Monument, in Westminster Serres's Flights of Fancy; confift-

Abbey

7 ing of Miscellaneous Poems; with

Letter from M. B. Drapier

tbe Caitle of Avola, an Opera, in

Vestiges, collected and recollected, Three Acts

50

by Joseph Moser, Esq. No. XLVII. 9 The Sin of Commerce

ibid.

A Retrofpe&tion of Reinarkables, by Marcliffe's Lite of Lady Jane Grey,
Joseph Moser, F. q.

18 and of Lord Guildford Dudley,

Literary Glimples; or, Short Re-

her Husband

ibid.

marks on several Subjects: Being Theatrical Journal-including Fa-

the Lucubrations of W. C., a ble and Character of “ Five Miles

folitary Recluse (Continued]

Off; or, The Finger Post;" with

Adventures of a Pen

23 the Prologue and Epilogue ibid,

An Order of King James the Ild Poetry; including - To Sensibility

for restricting the Liberty of the -Retrospection - On a Gentle

Press

26 man's accompanying Himlelf on

A Tour through the Southern Pro:

the Violin Sonnet Sonnet,

vinces of France. Letter V.

28 written with a Pencil in the Wood

Esays, Historical, Literary, and Mo. at Lord Gage's, Firle Place, Suf-

ral.-No. VII. On the Origin sex, in October, 1805–Modern

and Practice of Duelling

32

Sonnets :

The Pealant Girl, a

Characteristicks, No. V.

34 Fancy Sketch ; Edmund, a Tube

Amount of Receipts and Disburse. lime, sentimental, and descriptive

ments on Account of Mrs. Char. Piece; Care

53

lotte Richardson's Worko 35 Journal of the Proceedings of the

LONDON REVIEW.

Fourth Session of the Second Par.

Memoirs of Rich, Cumberland, Esq. 36 liament of the United Kingdom

Young's Memoirs of Mrs. Crouch 43

of Great Britain and Ireland

Surr's Winter in London

44 Intelligence from the London Ga.

Remarks on the Operation and Con.

fequences of the Laws for the Re. Foreign Intelligence

covery of Debts

47 Domeltic Intelligence

70

A new System of Domestic Cockery, Marriages

77

formed upon Principles of Econo- Monthly Obituary

ibid.

my, and adapted to the Use of pri- Price of Stocks.

vate Families

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London:

Printed by I. Geid, spos-lans, Fleet-freet,

FOR JAMES ASPERNE,

At the BIBLE, CROWN, and CONSTITUTION,

No. 32, CORNHILL,

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VOL. L. JULY 1806.

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS TO CORRESPONDENTS. The author of Esays, Historical, Literary, and Moral," is requested to favour us with his address, that a copy of our Magazine may be sent to him monthly, as some acknowledgment of his favours.

W. A. need not doubt that his communications will be at all times acceptable.

We are obliged to 7. A. K., ot Newcattle, for his polite offer ; but are under the necessity of declining it; the department alluded to being fully pre-occupied.

The verses beginning, “ The meadows now clad in their winter array'' are equally unseasonable and unpoetical.

R. is unavoidably deferred for want of room; as also are several poetical articles.
Expofitus in our next; as allo Leifure Amusements, No. XXVII.

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BY THOMAS BLUNT, No. 22, CORNHILL,
Matbematical Inftrument Maker to bis Majesty,

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Priblished by Ja: Asperne at the Bible Crown & Constitution, 32,Cernjull,31 July 1806.

EUROPEAN MAGAZINE,

AND

LONDON REVIEW,

FOR JULY 1806.

JAMES ASPERNE, having purchased the entire property of the EUROPEAN

MAGAZINE, begs leave to assure its Readers in particular, and the Public in general, that no efforts thall be wanting on his part to render it delerving, not only of retaining its prelent honourable Itation in the public favour, but of a ftill more extended circulation. This, he is aware, cannot be effected by any sudden or serious innovation on the PLAN upon which it has so long been conducted with general approbation : he shall, however, conlider it incun. bent upon him to attempt to add to the variety, as well as utility, of its gene.' ral contents; and to aid hiin in this endeavour, he earnestly solicits the com. munications of ingenious perfons in every department of literature, science,

and art, to which ihe most respectful attention shall be paid. The Editors of the European Magazine have, on a former occasion, pointed out.

the contributions which they would prefer, and think it not improper to repeat them. They are E{Tays, Moral and Literary, and such as illustrate dark Pallages of History; Biographical Anecdotes of Men of Eminence, either living or dead ; Létiers on Erudition and Criticism ; original Letters of cele. brated Persons ; and Accounts of new Inventions, or remarkable Characters. They therefore fatter themselves, that such as have any useful knowledge to communicate, or any hint that may improve the Mind, polith the Manners, refine the Tafte, or ainend the Heart, will be as glad of such an opportunity of communicating, as the Editors of the European Magazine will be always ready to convey it to the Public.

As the Volume now printing is the Fiftieth, and as complete Sets of the Hork are jcarce, it is intended to commence the Year 1807 with Vol. I. of a New SERIES OF THE EUROPEAN MAGAZINE; which will accommodate new Purchasers, without the smallejt prejudice or inconvenience to tbose who have been Purchasers from the commencement of ibe original publication.

THE LATE MR. JOHN SEWELL.

(WITH A PORTRAIT.) THE Proprietor avails himielt of the will not be unacceptable to many per.

very earliett opportunity afforded sons of the first character in the city of him, by his recent purchase of the pro- London, with whole friendship and ac, perty of The EUROPEAN MAGAZINE, quaintance that gentleman was for ma. to pay a due tribute of respect to the ny years honoured. memory of a gentleman in whose con- Mr. JOHN SEWELL was born at Oak. cerns he for five-and-twenty years bore ham, in Rutlandthire ; we presume, in an active part *, and to whole businefs 1735; as we find that he was baptized he had the happiness to succeed, by the on July the 27th of that year. Of his special recommendation of the deceased family we know no particulars; but in his Will, accompanied by a legacy, learn that he came to London in 1752, mentioned as being in contideration of and became the apprentice of Mr. James long and faithful lervices. But, unless Brotherton, who afterwards received he is greatly mistaken, the following him as a partner ; and that connexion brief Memoir of Mr. Sewell (ac- continued till 1775, when M:. Brothercompanied as it is by a Portrait) ton died, and left Mr. Sewell the whole

of his property, with the excep'ion only For the last sixteen or seventeen years, of a legacy of 301. to an eklerly lady, to our knowledge, Mr. Alperne had al- Mr. Brother ton was an eccentric fort most the fule charge of selecting ikke em. of man; and Mr. Sewell certainly in. bellishments for the Magazine,

herited, with his top and bulines,

fome

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