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COURT AND
AND FASHIONABLE

MAGAZINE,

FOR NOVEmber, 1818.

A New and Improved Series.

EMBELLISHMENTS.

1. A Correct Likeness of MRS. YATES, of Covent-Garden Theatre, Engraved from an original Painting by MISS DRUMMOND.

2. A beautiful WHOLE-LENGTH PORTRAIT FIGURE in a CARRIAGE dress.

3. A beautiful WHOLE-LENGTH PORTRAIT FIGURE in an EVENING DRESS.

4. Elegant PATTERNS for Black Embroidery on Muslin.

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Feminine Heroism.

Real Courage in a Female
The Lamentation of a fond Husband

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Conjugal fidelity in death .................................................................... 209 An Academical Meeting. 196 Observatory for Women

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Woman anatomized ............................................................................. 210
Topographical Museum.

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Abridgment of Natural History, in a series
of Letters from a Lady to her Daughter.
The Green Lizard ................................................................................ 204
The Common Lizard
The Caméleon ............................................................... ib.

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Coleshill
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Combe Abbey
Dunstable
St. Alban's

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ib. Escape of Jahia and Meimoune
Their happy marriage

The Listener.

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Jahia and Meimoune.-A Turkish Tale.

Meimoune presented by the Sheick to Jahia 215 ib. Atrocity of the Sheick 216

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THE story of Peregrine Forrester, from our Worcester Correspondent, is unavoidably postponed till our next Number.

Mrs. M'Mullan's Address to the Nightingale came too late for insertion this month.

The Robber of Esteral has merit, and shall, if possible, be inserted in some future Number; it is, notwithstanding, longer than we wish for any one particular article in our poetical department.

In order, if in our power, to do justice to the original and witty publication entitled Night-Mare Abbey, we shall defer a review of it till our next Number, or to the yearly Supplement.

We thank our Correspondent H. S. V. D. for his last poetical effusions, which will be attended to in due time.

Miss Porter's new Novel of The Fast of St. Magdalen, and the Poem of The Anglo Cambrian, will be reviewed in our yearly Supplement.

Some interesting particulars relative to our late gracious Queen have prevented us giving the promised reviews this month. They shall be attended to as early as possible.

We are sorry that many of the effusions of loyalty which we received came too late.

The Correction on the Lines to the Memory of Sir Samuel and Lady Romilly came too late to be attended to.

Persons who reside abroad, and who wish to be supplied with this Work every month, as Published, may have it sent to them to New York, Halifax, Quebec, and to any part of the West Indies, by Mr. THORNHILL, of the General Post Office, at No. 21, Sherborne-lane; to the Brazils, Madeira, Gibraltar, Malta, and all parts of the Mediterranean; to Russia, Sweden, Denmark, Germany, Italy, Spain, and Portugal; and to France and Holland, at 17s 6d. per Quarter, by Mr. CowIB, at the Foreign Newspaper Office, No. 22, Sherborne-lane. The money to be paid at the time of Subscribing, for either three, six, nine, or twelve months.-Orders also, post paid, on the above conditions, will be punctually attended to, if addressed to JOHN BELL, Proprietor of this Magazine, Weekly Messenger Office, No, 104, Drury-lane, London.

London: Printed by and for JOHN BELL, Proprietor of this Magazine, and of the WEEKLY MESSENGER, No. 104, Drury-Lane.

DECEMBER 1, 1818.

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Engraved by LAlais, from an Original Drawing, by Rose Emma Drummond.

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