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11 Parisian Fashions,
1 Memoirs of Mr. Pitt,
2 On Idleness,
4 Family Anecdotes,
5 On Fashionable Distinctions,
6 On the Folly of fashionable Osten-
14 A singular Story,
FOR JANUARY, 1807.
7 A Night Walk in January,
8 Harriet Vernon; or, Characters
9 Account of the new Comic Opera,
THIS NUMBER CONTAINS,
5 15 Anecdotes of Sir Edward Herbert,
8 16 Marriage Settlements,
17 POETICAL ESSAYS.-Ode for the New Year-Verses addressed to Dr. Thornton-Address to a Robin-Addresstoa Butterfly-Lines to the Memory of Miss E. M. C. -Lines by Count - to his infant, Sn, while sleepin-To Miss A. B-G-, of the Strand-Lines to the Memory of the infant Son of Mr. Eaton-Description of a good Wife The Muses' Mite of Gratitude-Song--fo Anna-The Peasant's Death,
12 Elville Family Secrets,
32 18 Foreign News,
13 Ladies' Dresses on her Majesty's 19 Home News,
37 20 Births,
41 21 Marri ges-Deaths,
This Number is embellished with the following Copper-Plates : √1 An elegant FRONTISPIECE.
2 PORTRAIT of the Right Honourable WILLIAM PITT.
V3 Fashionable AFTERNOON and MORNING DRESS.
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