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Printed for G.G. J.& J. ROBINSON

N.25. Paternoster Row.

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Entertaining Companion for the Fair Sex, appro.

priated solely to their Use and Amusement.

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This Number is'embellished with the following Copper-Plates, viz.
1. An elegant Frontispiece, designed and engraved by the most capital Artists

in Europe ; 2. An engraved Title- Page; 3. and 4. Two highly-finished
Portraits of the King and Queen of France, engraved by an eminent Ar-
tiit, from the Original, just received from Paris ; s. A new Pattern for a Cravat
or Handkerchief ; and 6. A Song in the Oratorio of Susannah, the Mulic by
Mr. Handel,

LONDON, Printed for G. G. J. and J. Robinson, No. 25. Pater-

pofter Row, where Favours from Correspondents will be received.

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THE Genius of the Lady's Magazine, conducting Youth and Beauty to the Temple of the Graces.


X. Y's Effay, in some passages, has rather too great a tendency to vul. garity of expression.

S-- H's favour is received.

We fear we have miflaid the Lrgendary Tale, but will endeavour to find it, and return it for correction, as detired.

The favour of the continuation of Caroline of Lichfield's Forest of Alstone, is requeled by several Correspondents.

The drawing of Glastonbury Abbey will be very acceptable.

Received, the Bouquet for Mrs. Robinson, which shall appear in our next.-T. B's Verses-Elegy, by J. L.-Rebuses, Charades, &c. &c,

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