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THE

European Magazine,

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For JULY

1797: (Embellished with, 1. An ELEGANT FRONTISPIECE, representing the CATHEDRAL of BURGOS, And, 2. A Portrait of Francis Grose, Ese F. A.S.]

CONTAINING,
Page

Pase An Account of Francis Grose, Esq.

3 cluding the real History of the Gold Memoirs of the Rr. Hon. Edmund Burke, 4 Medal given to the Author of the Tra. Onginal Letter from Edmund Burke, Eig. gedy of Douglas,

34 Hamburgh defcribed, in an Extract from a . ' A History, or Anecdotes of the Revolution Letter from Coimany to the Princess in Russia in the Year 1762.

ibid. Royal of England,

7 Thoughts on the Defence of Property. Letter from Dr. Young to Monsicur Klop Addressed to the County of Hereford, ibid. fuck,

A Fair Statement of the Real Grievances Letter from Lord Lyttelton to Bubb Dod. Experienced by the Officers and Sailors dington, tra.

ibid. in the Navy of Great Britain, ibida Authenric Accuunt of the voluntary Burn Theatrical Journal ; including Fable and

ing of some Maratia Women, in Corse Character of “ The Folly of Age ; or,

quance of the Deaths of their Husbands, 9 The Accomplimhed Lady"_" The Irish Two Letters from Thomas Sheridan, Lig. Legacy,” by Mr. Arncid---and “ The to Mr. Whyte,

Hiir at Law," by Mr. Colman, 35 On Volcanoes,

13 Poetry; including Lines on :he Birth of a On Pepe's Hemer (Continued], 15

Pofthumous Child, by the late Robert Table Talk; including Anecdotes, &c. of Burns-Mrs. Rowe's Filicerith Letter James, Finn Duke of Ormond— Sir Jolin troin the Dead to the Living paraphrafed Hot-Lord Chanceior Cooper--Rev. - The Death of Laura-To Edwin, on Wiliam Whiiton--Dr. Johnson- Ca. reading his Ode written on the Banks patty Browne — and George, Lord of the Wandle, and his other lyrical Lytieron,

17 Compositions, publ. Med in the European Account of Csorge Kcate, Esq.

Magazine-Lines, written after viliting Later from a Centleman to his Godson, Corby--Sonnet to the Sky lark--Sonnet,

an Erogn is the Army, on his com written after returning from a Tour in mencing that Profession,

the Country,

37 The Widow, in the Manner of Sterne, 24 Journal of the Proceedings of the First LONDON REVIEW.

Seifion of the Eighteenth Parliament Supplement to the Anecdotes of Some of Great Britain (Continued] 41 Distinguished Perfo :5,

25 State Papers, including Address of the Sketches ard Observations made on a Tour President of the United States of Ame.

through various parts of Europe, in the rica to Congress, on opening the Sora

Years 1792, 1793, and 1794, 29 fion- Answer of Congress-with the Remarks on the Antiquities of Rome and President's Reply,

SI its Environs,

31 Analogy of High German and English, 57 Travels in Hungary, with a short Account Droffiana. Number XCIV. Anecdotes,&c. of Vienna, in the Year 1793,

32 (Continued] ; including Richard Ware History of Great Britain, from the Death ren, M. D. - Mr. Gainsborough

of Henry the Eighth to the Accession of Denzel, Lord Holles-Peter the Great, 58 James the Sixth of Scotland to the Account of the late Mutiny in the Fleet, to Crown of England,

33 Forcign Intelligence, from the London A Layman's Protest against the profane Gazettes, &c. &c.

65 Blasphemy, false, Charges, and illiberal Domestic Intelligence.

74 Invective of Thos. Paine,

34 Monthly Obituary. Remarks on Bo well's Life of Johnson; in. Prices of Stocks.

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LONDON:
Printed for J. SEWELL, Cornhill,

and D EBRETT, Piccadilly,

represents the Cathedral of Burgos, a rich Town of Spain, the Capital of Old Caftile, and an Archbishop's See. The City itself is a very pleasant one ; having Squares, public Buildings, and Fountains, remarkably fine ; and Walls of considerable Strength. It is seated partly on a Mountain, and partly on the River Aranzon, 95 Miles E. by S. of Leon, and 117 N. of Madrid.

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS TO CORRESPONDENTS. Party Politicks are inadmissible. The Eulogium, therefore, on Mr. Fox will be returned to the Writer.

A Variety of Poems have been received this Month; some of which will be hereafter inserted.

The Portrait recommended by G. H. cannot be procured.

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AVERAGE PRICES of CORN, from June 17, to July 15, 1797.

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STATE of the BAROMETER and THERMOMETER.
JUNE.

9
30.15

66

W. BAROM. THERMOM. WIND. IO

30.30

70 S.S. W, 20.45 61 S. W.

30 13

70 S.S.W.
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12
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67 S. W.
62 S.S.W.
13 29.96

70

S. 29.70 60 N.W. 14 29.87

74

E. 29.79

59
N. 15 29.95

74

S. 29.84

61
W. 16

30.07

72

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60
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18
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71

W. 29.92

59
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70

S. 29.93

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69

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60
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30 19

67
29.93

59
N. W. 22 30.16

68

W. 58

S.
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