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EMBELLISHMENTS. ::

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1. VIEW OF STRATTON-PARK, THE SEAT of Sir Thomas BARING, BART. 187

-- THE VINE, THE SEAT OF WILLIAM JOHN CHUTE, Esq. . . 188

3. LADIES' HEAD-Dresses . . . . . . . . . 243

4. LADIES' EVENING DRESS . . . . . . . . . ib.

5. A BOOKCASE . . . . . .

. . . . . 247

6. Muslin Patterns.

CONTENTS.

I'ACE

PAGE

MISCELLANIES.

British and Irish Minstrels. . . . . 235

VIEW'S OF COUNTRY Seats. — Stratton.

Memoir of the late Mrs. ELIZABETH COB-

Park, near Winchester, the Seat of

DOLD of Ipswich (concluded). . . . 237

Sir Thomas BARINC, Bart. . . . . 187

The Vine, near Basingstoke, the Seat of

MUSICAL REVIEW.

Ww. John Chure, Esq. . ..... 188

|| Moscuedes' Introduction et Rondeau

Calais and Montrenil: Observations on

Ecossais

:

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* some of the Scenes of STERNE's Senti | BARNErr's Fair Geraldine ..... ib.
meutal Journey. By a German Tra-

" As the tree seems more
oveller . . . . . . . . . tb

bright". , . . . . . . . . ib.

Village Sketches near Paris. No. VIII. 194

Rawlings' “ To welcome Jamie haine

Mannenien, Daughter of Mathrafael: A

again” . . . . . . . . .242

Welch Legend . . i . . . . 197 -

Aria alla Scozzese é ii. ib.

Remarkable Apparition . . . . . . 202

Solis's New Sonata for the Piano-forte. ib.

Letter addressed to Mr. LACEY on his De-

fence of Widows . . . . . . . 203

Singalar Criminal Case . . . . . . 206

FASHIONS.

Particulars of the Manners of the Rus-

LONDON FASHIONS. - Ladies' Head-

sians in the Tenth Century. By an

Dresses . . . . . . . . . . . 243

Arabian Writer . . . . . . . . 208

Ladies' Evening Dress .

ANECDOTES OF CONTEMPORARY Genius,

General Observations on Fashion and

No. 11.-JOHN HOGAN, a Self-taught

Sculptor, of Cork, in Ireland . .. 212

French Female Fashions . . . . . 245

THE LITERARY COTERIE. No. VIII. . . 216

The Maiden's Funeral . . . . . . 224

PASUIONABLE FURNITURE.-A Bookcase . 247

Letter from SIDY MAHMOUD, the Tuni-

siau Envoy at Paris, to his friend

INTELLIGENCE,

HASSAN at Tunis . . . . . . . 232 II LITERARY AND SCIENTIFIC . ib.

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