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Just Published, by Effingham Wilson,
THE GERMAN IN ENGLAND,
TOUR IN GERMANY, HOLLAND, ENGLAND, WALES
"The Tour of a German Prince' is now universally allowed to be the most amusing and delightful book of travels that has issued from the press of any nation. The many faithful portraits drawn by this skilful limner has led some to doubt the identity of the master, but that doubt no longer exists. "As a book of travels, containing vivid delineations of the beautiful scenery of our sea-begirt island, and as a piquant, but, withal, good-natured record of the vices and follies of exclusive society in this country, the Tour of a German Prince' has no equal."
THE FRENCHMAN IN ENGLAND.
Never before published in any Language.
DURING HIS RESIDENCE IN ENGLAND.
With Anecdotes, Maxims, &c., now first translated from the original manuscripts. To which is prefixed, an Introductory Notice of the Life, Writings, Conduct, and Character of the Author.
In 2 vols, post 8vo, with a Portrait, price 21s.
"The public are much indebted to the spirited publisher for the possession of these interesting letters, which, on the whole, set the character of Mirabeau in an advantageous light, and will be one of the literary pleasures of retrospective posterity."--Bell's New Weekly Messenger.
RESIDENCE IN ENGLAND.
BY COUNT PECCHIO.
PUBLISHED BY EFFINGHAM WILSON,
WAKEMAN, DUBLIN; AND WAUGH AND INNES, EDINBURGH.
GIUSEPPE, Count Pecchio, the author of the following pages, is not altogether unknown to the English public. In the year 1823 he published some letters on the Spanish revolution; in 1824, a journal of military and political events in Spain during the preceding twelvemonth; and in 1825 (in the New Monthly Magazine), a narrative of a tour in Greece. A few years before he had fled his own countrythe north of Italy-to escape the consequences of the share he had taken in the unsuccessful Piedmontese revulution. He had, in the first instance, taken refuge in England, but the climate being injurious