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quial and literary powers of the amiable instructive and entertaining work, enauthor, and we have no hesitation to titled “ Letters from England, by Don declare, that her multifarious reading, Manuel Alvarez Espriella. Translated sound judgment, correct, perspicuous, from the Spanish by an English Gen. and Auent style claim for any book that tleman. she may compose, a candid and atten.
This interesting work is a great cutive perusal.-Port Folio.
riosity. Remarks on England by a stu
dent from the University of Alcala, are ESPRIELLA'S LETTERS FROM ENG- quite a novelty in the literary world ;
but the most extraordinary circumMessrs. Munroe & Francis, of Bos stance remains behind. ton, are publishing, in one* duode After a very careful perusal of these cimo volume, an elegant, and very letters, we have acquired the right to
declare, that it is the most accurate de. * The English edition' very diffusely printed in three. One of the principal advantages we description of English scenery and manrive from the repablication of british books is, a ners, that in the form of a tour has yet portable size, and consequent
cheapness. The appeared. We have not access to the the illiberal, disgraceful, and absurd imposts of original, but the English translation is our government, nearli interdict Literature from extremely spirited and elegant. Ibid. our country. Learning should never be taxed, and Genius disdains the idea of a manacle.
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-The second number is in a state of An Essay on the life of George Wash. preparation for the press and will soon ington, commander in chief of the A- be offered to the publick. It will conmerican army through the revolutiona tain the consummation of the introduce ry war, and the first President of the tion; an Essay on Iron, wrought Iron, United States. By Aaron Bancroft, Steel and canstruction of French Iron A. A. s. Pastor of the Congregational Guns. The English construction of Church in Worcester. 8vo. pp. nearly Brass and Iron Guns, all that relates to 600. $3,50 boards. Worcester, Isaiah French and English Mortars, Howit. Thomas, jun.
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ERRATA. - In the last No. of Silva, in the line Church of God, and faithful Martyrs, from Virgil, at the beginning, for fortibus' read in all ages ; and of the corrupt fruits of fontibus. in the oth line, by come unaccountable be false Church in the apostacy. There
inittake, the word · Adventurer' crept in, for
which read. Rambler;' and for furnitures read will be annexed to the work,an account . furniture-all op page 545 In a part of the of the just judgments of Góp on per- impreffions of the present No. p 615, tinc 15, for
'drooped' r. dropped ;' line 27, for "foliliquy's. ?catori, collected from Ancient His. Soliloquy."