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COURT AND FASHIONABLE
FOR JUNE, 1307.
1. An elegant Portrait of the MARCHIONESS CORNWALLIS, from a Picture in the possession
of her mother, the Duchess of GORDON. 2. A WHOLE-LENGTH FIGURE of the PRINCESS OF Wales, in her Court Dress, on his Mao
JESTY's Birth-Day-authentically furnished by her Royal Highness's Milliner, Mrs.WEBr. 3. Two FRENCH LAdies and a GENTLEMAN in the Parisian Costume, at Frescati, ar Paris. 4. An ORIGINAL SONG, set to Music for the Harp and Piano-Forte, expressly and exclusively
for this Work, by Mr. LANZA. 5. A new and elegant PATTERN for NEEDLE-Work.
BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES OF ILLUS
FAMILIAR LECTURES ON USEFUL
Marchioness Cornwallis ...
283 Her linperial Majesty Catharine II. Empress of Russia
318 320 821
POETRY, The Golden Mirror; or, the Kings of
Original and Select .. Sheshian ; a true history, translated from the Sheshianese....
289 The Prudent Judge; an Oriental Tale,... 291
327 Celestina; a Spanish Tale
294 A Tale of Foriner Times
301 Dialogue between a Fakir and a Vestal.... 303
LA BELLE ASSEMBLEE.
Explanation of the Prints of Fashion.....!
329 the foundation of one of his most excel. English and Parisian Costume...
ib. lent Poems concerning Witch Stories .. 509 | General Observations on the Fashions for Biographical Account of Dr. Douglas, late the Season, with a complete List of the Bishop of Salisbury ....
Ladies in their Court Dresses, as worn on Familiar Letters on Physiognomy 313 his Majesty's Birth-day
330 The Lady among Murderers; a True Story 316 Supplementary Advertisements for the Month,
London: Printed by and for J, Bell, Proprietor of the WEEKLY MESSENGER, Southampton-Street,
Strand, July 1, 1807.
This day is published, / with the present Number of this Magazine) NUMBER NINETEEN,
PRICE TWO SHILLINGS AND SIXPENCE.
Which concludes the Second Volume of this. Work, with the expiration of the
THIS Number proceeds upon the Plan of that which was published on the first of January Jast, and which gave such universal satisfaction; but the CRITICAL PART is much improved in arrangemen', copiousness, and extent; a greater variety of Books are introduced,-indeed, none of any public notoriety, or pretensions to literary fame are onnitted. The classification, moreover, is more perfect and comprehensive, and the Proprietors trust that, in every sense, it forms a Material improvement on the last.
The Proprietors having resolved to exert themselves to their utmost power, in order to make their SUPPLEMENTAL NUMBER the greatest desideratum of their Work, have at length the satisfaction to announce that they have succeeded to the ex:ent of their wishes, and now present, with their SUPPLEMENT, an Embellishment of a rarity, value, and interest, which has never been attempted in any similar Work.
The Embellishment prefixed to the SUPPLEMENTAL NUMBER IS
AN HISTORICAL PICTURE,
COMPOSED OF PORTRAITS.
The subject is the “ Memorable introduction of the EMPEROR ALEXANDER of Russia to the QUEEN of PRUSSIA at MEMEL.” It consists of Six WHOLE LENGTH PORTRAITS; and has been Engraven from the celebrated Picture now at BERLIN. The Portraits are the most finished and accurate Likenesses of these distinguished Personages; and few of them (indeed none as whole lengths) have as yet been made public in this country. They are as follow:
1. THE QUEEN OF PRUSSIA,-A Whole Length.
This Print has been Engraven in a most beautiful manner, by BURKE, and would sell singly in the Print Shops for Fifteen Shillings or a Guinen.
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