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LA BELLE ASSEMBLEE.
INCIDENTS NEAR LONDON. Promenade Costume .....
269 State of his Majesty's Health General Observations and Reflections on The Prince Regent Fashion and Dress
ib. | The Lord Mayor
Defence of the Mock Parsou
276 ib. ib. 277 278
MONTHLY MISCELLANY. Revival of Venice Preserved, and Measure
PROVINCIALS. for Measure 270 Fatal Marriage
278 New Opera Up to Town 271 Singular Circumstance..
ib. The Kiss ib. | The Farmer unwitched..
279 Revival of Lionel and Clarissa
272 || Melancholy case of a young lady in HampWorks in the Press .... ib. shire .....
ib. The late Lord Lyttelton.
ib. Murder of Swionock the Coachman, near Produce of Land for Human Sustenance 274 Canterbury
ib. Love's Telegraph ib. Cruelty
980 Panharmonicom ib. | Instance of Fanaticism
ib. Ludicrous effect of the appearance of a Supplementary Advertisements for the Comet in 1712.....
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IT is with extreme regret that we are not enabled to give TWO PLATES OF FASHIONABLE COSTUMES OF THE MONTH, in the present Number as usual; owing to a DISAPPOINTMENT OF the part of the ARTISTS, it has been found impracticable to have the Plate Coloured in the manner which the Original Drawing deserves, in time for Publication of this Number; but in order to prove to our Subscribers that we are actuated only by a resolution to render this Work complete in every respect, we shall give the Plate of Fashions, now delayed, IN OUR NEXT NUMBER most beautifully and characteristically coloured, IN ADDITION to the TWO OTHERS of equal merit, which are now in preparation; 80 that our Subscribers will, by that means, have ample gratification for the delay, by more than usual exertions to please them; and this effort may serve as an earnest and proof of our future exertions to maintain a grand superiority in the style and execution of our Embellishments in every succeeding Number.
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