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LITERARY WEEKLY INTELLIGENCER,

CONSISTING OF

ORIGINAL PIECES AND SELECTIONS FROM PERFORMANCES

OF MERIT, FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC.

A WORK CALCULATED TO DISSEMINATE USEFUL KNOWLEDGE

AMONG ALL RANKS OF PEOPLE AT A SMALL EXPENEI,

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Honorary Member of the Society of Arts, Agricèltuzey &c. al Bath; of the

Pbilosopbical, and of the Agricultural Societies in MANCHESTER; of the Society for promoting Natural History, London; of the Academy of Arts, Sciences, and Belles Lettres, DIJON ; of the Reyal Society of Agriculture and Rural Economy, ST PETERSBURGH 3, and correspondent Member of rbe Royal Society of Agriculture, Paris.,, Author of several Performances.

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A new invented improvement ruptcies with hints of a plan

on cotton mills,

181 for affording relief to manu-

Literary olla. No. vi. 184 facturers and others, 299

Index indicatorius

187 Critical remarks on some cele-

To correspondents,

191

brated authors, continued, 301

Account of the elephant,

with Account of a school, instituted

a cut,

193 by subscription at Madras, 310

✓ Fragments of lord Bacon, con- Notices of Tippoo Sultan and

tinued,

205

his sons,

312

Advice of a father to his son, 209 Memoirs of the Maid of Or-

On revenue laws,

2II leans, concluded,

314

The misanthrope,

216

Reading memorandums,

Reading memorandums, ib. Letter from a gentleman of high

Origin of the priory of the two military rank on India affairs, 327

lovers, a tale,

219 Farther remarks on the pre-

Anecdotes,

223

sent bankruptcies, • 332

A correction on the account On minute and rare shells, - 337

of the elephant,

224

To correspondents,

- 340

Lucubrations of Timothy Hair-

brain,

w .325

To the daughters

of Sophia on

POETRY.

The dawiting of the spring, w636 The contented cottager,

26

The traveller, No. vid. obseryaa A translation from the Persian, 27

tions and opinioñşok J. W. The plaid,

67

Spencer,

68

The self rival, a nouveliotte To the spring, by William

from the French

Drummond of Hawthornden, ib,

Index indicătorius,

258 Extracts from Sir "Thomas

To correspondents,

260 More, a tragedy

105

Memoirs of Jane d'Arc, sirna- Verses on education, addres.

med the Maid of Orleans, 261

sed to a young nobleman, 137

Fragments by lord Bacon, 271 A fable,

140

On the fine arts,

275

The blind boy,

177

Extracts from the Dictionaire

To the poppy by Mrs C. Smith, 178

des Arts de Peinture, &c. 277 Extract from the Tomb of

Anecdotes of distinguished Bri-

Charlotte,

ib.

tish officers who fell in the

April,

217

Russian service last war-

Anacreontic,

218

Admiral Greig,

280 Sonnet,

On the privilege and power of Verses to the Editor,

252

juries,

285 A caution for courtly damsels, 253

The self rival, a nouvellete On friendship,

from the French, concluded 296 The poet and Cupid

283

Thoughts on the present bank-

The'modern belle's confession, 284

. 247

A song,

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