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OF

BRITISH REVIEWS AND MAGAZINES.

SUBSCRIBERS to the above works and the public, are respectfully informed, that ample are
rangements have been made by the undersigned, who is the widow and administratrix of the late
MR. WILLIAM LEWER, of carrying on the same with great care and despatch. Being inti-
mately acquainted with all the details of the business, and desirous that the plan of publication so ad.
vantageously brought into practice by her late husband should be permanently carried out, the under-
signed flatters herself that the patrons of these Republications will find an increased, rather than a
diminished care, apparent in the manner and time of their successive appearance.

The undersigned may, perhaps, be pardoned for making an appeal to the present subscribers, and
requesting a prompt payment of arrears. It will be apparent to them, that the commencement of such
a responsibility as now rests upon her, requires that she should be as little fettered with pecuniary
anxieties as possible, and she therefore trusts that they will be pleased to remit their several
amounts at early convenience.

It may be proper also to observe, that all subscribers who do not notify their discontinuance at the
end of the year now concluding, will be considered as continuing their subscriptions, and the num-
bers will be forwarded as usual.

JEMIMA M. LEWER, PUBLISHER.

NOTICE TO AGENTS.
The REPUBLICATIONS of BRITISH REVIEWS and MAGAZINES, having now been
before the public for nearly six years, during which period they have acquired a circulation unprece-
dented in the history of the periodical press of the United States—the present publisher begs leave
respectfully to intimate that she deems it no longer essential to continue the practice, very properly
adopted by the projector on the first onset of the works, of sending copies to agents on “ sale or re-
turnover and above the numbers for which they may have received orders. COUNTRY
AGENTS and others, will, therefore, please to lose no time in notifying the subscriber the precise
number of each work respectively they will hereafter require, as no returns will be allowed for, in the
settlement of accounts.

BRITISH-REPRINTS.

TERMS TO SUBSCRIBERS, PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.

The London Quarterly, Edinburgh, Foreign, and Westminster Reviews, per annum, $8
Three Reviews,

7
Two do.

5
One do.

3
Blackwood's Magazine,
Metropolitan do.

4
Blackwood and Metropolitan,

8
Bentley's Miscellany,

5
Agents are requested to take notice, that if they deviate from this established rule, they do so
solely on their own responsibilitythe publisher holding herself at liberty to draw al sight for the
amount of each number as published and delivered.

JEMIMA M. LEWER.
Basement rooms, corner of Broadway and Pine street.

New-YORK, December, 1838.

BY EPES SARGENT,

553

MATILDA TO KING JOHN,

BY J. A. WADE,

556

NIGHTS AT SEA, NO. XI.-LORD -FORD AND THE PIRATE,

BY THE OLD SAILOR,557

ANECDOTES OF MILITARY SERVICE, BY LIEUT..COL. CADELL,

570

THE DOUBLE-BEDDED ROOM,

BY BON GAULTIER,

575

FROM ANACREON.-ODE III.

580

UNCLE SAM'S PECULIARITIES,-AMERICAN BOARDING HOUSES

581

THREE WEEKS BEFORE MARRIAGE,

BY J. A. WADE,

590

THE CLAQUEUR SYSTEM,

BY GEORGE HOGARTH, 591

THE STAGE-COACHMAN ABROAD

BY D. COSTELLO 601

MR. PETER PUNCTILIO, THE GENTLEMAN IN BLACK,

BY HENRY MAYHEW

CHARLES DIBDIN, AND NATIONAL SONG, WITH A PORTRAIT

INDEX

609

626

629

OF

BRITISH REVIEWS AND MAGAZINES

SUBSCRIBERS to the above works and the public, are respectfully informed, that ample rangements have been made by the undersigned, who is the widow and administratrix of the la MR. WILLIAM LEWER, of carrying on the same with great care and despatch. Being mately acquainted with all the details of the business, and desirous that the plan of publication so a vantageously brought into practice by her late husband should be permanently carried out, the unde signed Hatters herself that the patrons of these Republications will find an increased, rather than diminished care, apparent in the manner and time of their successive appearance.

The undersigued may, perhaps, be pardoned for making an appeal to the present subscribers, al requesting a prompt payment of arrears. It will be apparent to them, that the commencement of sue a responsibility as now rests upon her, requires that she should be as littie fettered with pecuniar anxieties as possible, and she therefore trusts that they will be pleased to remit their sever amounts at early convenience.

It may be proper also to observe, that all subscribers who do not notify their discontinuance at th end of the year now concluding, will be considered as continuing their subscriptions, and the num bers will be forwarded as usual.

JEMIMA M. LEWER, PUBLISHER.

NOTICE TO AGENTS. The REPUBLICATIONS of BRITISH REVIEWS and MAGAZINES, having now bee before the public for nearly six years, during which period they have acquired a circulation unprece dented in the history of the periodical press of the United States—the present publisher begs leay respectfully to intimate that she deems t no longer essential to continue the practice, very properł adopted by the projector on the first onset of the works, of sending copies to agents on “ sale or re turn" over and above the numbers for which they may have received orders. COUNTRY AGENTS and others, will, therefore, please to lose no time in notifying the subscriber the precise number of each work respectively they will hereafter require, as no returns will be allowed for, in th settlement of accounts.

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BRITISH REPRINTS.

TERMS TO SUBSCRIBERS, PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
The London Quarterly, Edinburgh, Foreign, and Westminster Reviews, per annum,
Three Reviews,

7 Two

5 One do.

3 Blackwood's Magazine,

5 Metropolitan do.

4 Blackwood and Metropolitan,

8 Bentley's Miscellany, Agents are requested to take notice, that if they deviate from this established rule, they do so solely on their own responsibilitythe publisher holding herself at liberty to draw al sight for the amount of each number as published and delivered.

JEMIMA M. LEWER. Easement rooms, corner of Broadroay and Pine street

New-YORK, December, 1838

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