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SIGNS OF RAIN ;
AN ORIGINAL POEM, BY THE LATE DR. JENNER.
LITERARY NOVELTIES. There is preparing for publication, as we and if the gentleman above alluded to suc. may venture to say, from the Pen of Mr. ceed in his arduous enterprise, he will conThomas Moore, Memoirs of Captain Rock, fer no mean obligation to his language and the celebrated Irish chiestain, with some country. Account of his Ancestors; written by him- Sir John Malcolm's Memoirs of Central self.
India is about to appear in the French Mrs. Graham (relict of the late Capt. tongue. The French critics are a little Graham: R. N.) bas two distinct volumes in splenetic about the original; and talk of a forward state for publication, relating Joho Company's devouring twenty kingrespectively to Brazil and Chili, and the doms, and of merchants supporting dethren. revolutions in those countries.
ed princes and paying punctually the penWe understand that a new translation of sions of kings. Josephus, the Jewish historian, has lately “ Queen Hynde," an epic poem, by been undertaken by a Clergyman of the es. James Hogg, author of the Queen's tablished Church. A classical version of Wake," “ Poetic Mirror," " Pilgrims of the this unique and celebrated writer has long Sun," &c. &c. is preparing in 8vo. and been a desideratum in English literature; forthcoming in May. END OF VOL. XIV.
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