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APRIL 1, TO OCTOBER 1, 1825.
CUMMINGS, HILLIARD, AND CO. NO. 134 WASHINGTON STREET,
THE UNITED STATES
APRIL 1, 1824.ee
INTRODUCTION. We present our readers THE UNITED STATES LITERARY GAZETTE in a new form. We think it is in many respects a more convenient form. When our Prospectus was laid before the public, it received, at once, that attention and approbation which they always bestow on a good design. Our design, as stated in that prospectus, is not changed. The success of the work is evidence, that it could not be changed with a hope of improvement. We shall, therefore, devote ourselves, zealously and perseveringly, to the attainment of the objects, which we then proposed. We shall occasionally offer our readers articles and intelligence upon some topics, which it was not in our mind to discuss when we commenced the work. But as to the future character of the Gazette, we make no promises. We shall therefore disappoint no hopes. We think it is right to merit the public approbation, and then . we may with confidence expect it.
Greece in 1823 and 1824, being a Series of Letters and other
Documents on the Greek Revolution, written during a visit to that country, by the Hon. Colonel Leicester Stanhope. To which is added, the Life of Mustapha Ali. Philadelphia.
1825. 8vo. pp. 308. A LITTLE more than a year ago, the name of Greece was on every tongue in America. The newspapers, the magazines,