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TO THE SECOND VOLUME.
BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES OF ILLUS. Robber, the, a tale, 6
Sabina, or morning scenes in the dressing.room
of a Roman lady, 16, 84, 126, 197
Spectre; a tale, 119
Tame Pigeon, story of the, 26
Tombs of the modern Greeks, account of, 19
Voltaire, estimate of the genius and literary cha.
racter of, 256
FAMILIAR LECTURES ON USEFUL
Botany, 35, 146
British Synonomy, 204, 261
Culinary researches, S4
Culture of the sun-flower, 263
Drawing, 9.3, 148, 203
Heraldry, 39, 92, 141, 206
Humming-bird, or hawk-moth, 325
Hydrostatics, 264, 318
Music 94, 142, 321
Pneumatics, 31, 96, 142
Vegetable Chemistry, 139
All the Talents! 207
Elijah's Mantle, 42
Farewell to London, 153
Inscription for a summer-house, 210
Lines by the Rev. Gen. Richards, 156
written on the lake of Grasmere, 267
works of fiction not to be considered as having the bosom of its mother, 208
any existence in nature, 22, 69, 131, 192 Love's learning, 267
Morning dream, 326
Mr. Grizzle and Miss Wrinkle, 323
My arm-chair, 43
10 Eliza, ib.
to Anna, 323
to the Primrose, 268
Ole written on the banks of the Thaines, 268 False Alarms; or, My Cousin, 48
Maids to be Married, 211, 269, 327
Ogre and Little Thumb, 216
On the structure of our Theatres, 272
Peter the Great; or, Wooden Walls, 271
The Assignation, 104
The Curfew, 158
Town and Country, 160
LA BELLE ASSEMBLEE.
Antiquarian researches into the origin and diver.
sities of Costume, 165, 222, 277
Advertisement for a Wife, 109
Birth-day splendour delineated, 53, 930
French, 49, 105, 161, 217, 273, 329
Essay on Rivalry, 275
161, 218, 274, SSO
King's Birth-day dresses, 330
Letters on dress, 107, 163, 219, 275
London Shoemaker, 55
Letter of the Duke of Rochefoucault, 116
On the Fine Arts, 116
Paris Spectacles, 223
State of the French Stage, 221
EMBELLISHMENTS IN VOL. II.
Songs by Fashions & Patterns.
Dr. Calcott. Four Ditto.
LA BELLE ASSEMBLEE, ; Requests the attention of all the Subscribers to the folloiving Address.
Many readers have expressed their wish to have the Plates of Fashions coloured, even at an encreased expence, in preference to the manner in which they have hitherto been delivered; on the contrary, others have expressed their entire approbation of receiving them uncoloured, as it affords their young friends an opportunity of practising and improving their taste in the Fine Arts, --the colours are properly described in the descriptions of the Plates; the Proprietor has therefore, in this Number, given the Prints of Fashions coloured, without charging any additional expence to the purchasers, which will afford an opportunity of deciding whether they will choose to have the Prints of Fashion coloured in future at ::s. 6d. per Number, or whether they will continue to receive them plain as usual, at 2s.6d. per Number.
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The other embellishments to be given in the next Number, will be novel and equally interest. ing, as it is the Proprietor's resolution not to spare even the most prodigal expences which may be necessary to render this work the most estimable and valuable of any Periodical Work whatever that has been, or may be issued from the British Press.
Many complaints, and much confusion, having arisen amongst the Booksellers in the Country, on account of other Monthly publications having adopted similar external appearances, and exactly imitating the colour and fashion of the Cover of this Work; Mr. Bell apprises the Subscribers to this Magazine, that he will put himself to an extraordinary expence to improve the style and appearance of the Covers of LA BELLE ASSEMBLEE in future, which will be Printed on a Superline olive-coloured Paper, of the quality and appearance of the sample now annexed.
The next Number of this work, to be published on the first of February, as above, will contain a treasure of inestiinable value, Mr. Bell has been honoured with permission to engrave a PORTRAIT OF HER ROYAL Highness
PRINCESS CHARLOTTE OF WALES,
From an original Miniature Picture, finished within the last month, by R. Cosway, Esq. R. A. And there is reason to believe, as it certainly will be the most interesting, that it will also be one of the most beautiful Prints that ever was engraven.
The rest of the Embellishments to be given in the same Number, will possess, as nearly as possible in every respect, a corresponding interest with the Portrait.
A few Proof Impressions will be taken off for presentation to the Royal Family; the usual number afterwards will be issued on the first of February in the most perfect state, to supply those who may have previously become purchasers of the former Numbers ; the subsequent delivery will be in the usual routine of applica
It is not necessary, in this instance, to recommend early application.
LITERARY, FASHIONABLE, AND DOMESTIC
FORMING THE COMMERCIAL AND SUPPLEMENTARY PART OF
La Belle Assemblee; or Bell's Court and Fashionable Magazine.
THE ELEGANT, POLITE, AND ECONOMICAL.
For JANUARY 1, 1807, and to be continued Monthly.
THIS department of our Work, will exhibit a perspicuous display of such Adrertisements of any length whaterer, as shall be sent to us, on or before the 26th day of every Month, for insertion, on the Terms usually paid to the mast respectable Newspapers.--It will be needless to erpatiate at much length on the advantages this plan will afford, is preference to any other mode whatever of advertising ; as it must be sufficiently obvious to every person, that Aduettisements thus printed, in a Work of Elegance, will not only be introduced into the most extensire and polished Circles of Society monthlybut will also be bound up, and transmitted in this Work to posterity, as a record of the Commercial and Fashionable Concerns of the present Times,
Ailvertisements for SERVANTS and PLACES, HORSES, CARRIAGES, and Articles in general of FASHION A BLE CONSIDERATION, as well as for those of LITERATURE, will be seen to the greatest advantage.
FASHIONABLE AND MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS FOR JAN. 1807.
THOMAS'S FASHIONABLE WAREHOUSE, TWO MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS PLAYED BY
BAINBRIDGE, Flageolet-Maker, 35, Holborn-hill,
near Fetier-lane, informs Ladies and Gentlemen that a Recommend their extensive Stock to Ladies of Fa-Bisok is published, whereby any one that plays the shion and taste, of Muffs, Tippets, and Trimmings; Patent Flageolet may, by a contrivance, play Duett Black and Coloured Velvets, Figured Velvers, and
on two, and make a second to some hundreds of tune, Sarcenets. Spanish, and every other description of fine As it has been insinuated by some that these Flageolets, Ladies Cloth, for Pelices and Mantles.
with Ivory Studs, sold at different Shops, are the same Straw, Chip, and Leghorn Hats; Plain, Striped, with his Patent ones, the Public may be assured they Worked, and Fancy Muslin, in both white and coloured; are not, but are on the same principle as the une be inQueen’s Lustres, Imperial Italian, and Opera Nets for
vented nearly six years since, which may easily be asDresses ; Black Laces; Mecklin, Lisle, Normandy, certained, as he entered a Gamut for playing it at Staand other White Laces; Black and White Veils;
tioners' Hall at that time; but finding from its crossLace and other Cloaks; Plain and Fancy Silk Hand fingering it was difficult to play in tune, he has since kerchiefs; Elegant Shawls in immense variety ; Rib obtained his Majesty's Royal Letters Patent for a Flabons and Broad Silks, such as Sarcenets, Satins, Per
geolet, the fingering of which is regular like the Gersians, Tiffanies, Crapes, &c.; Ribbons, Hosiery, Gloves,
man Flute, and which any person may instantly blow Fans, Pins, Tapes, Needles, &c. &c.
in lune; the tone, he presumes, the most uncultivated Court and Family Mourning of every Description. ear will give the preference to. In respect to the Cis
N. B. Real Manufacturers of Muffs, Tippets and tron introduced on the common Flageolet, Bainbridge Trimmings, which are kept in great variety both for perceiving it confined the tone so much when playing Dress and Undress. The Show Rooms, under the with other instruments that he did not adapt it, but he Direction of Mrs. Thomas, contain that variety of has now improved on it, and by a simple contrivance Fashionable Dresses, Spencers, Maniles, French Coats the performers may use their pleasure, either to have a and Millinery, in all fashionable colours, for this present Cistron or not. Any Lady or Gentleman, even x Winter Season, that Ladies having large Commissions knowing Notes, may teach themselves this Instumer: may be immediately suited, all Sizes being kept. by his Instruction-Brok, as every tune is figured. He
Every Article is bought with, and sold for Ready will engage any person shall be taught to play tuna Money only.
[295 the first Lesson, at his Music-Shop as above.
BELL'S MONTHLY COMPENDIUM OF ADVERTISEMENTS FOR JANUARY, 1807.
SOAP AND OIL WAREHOUSE.
The attention of Families and the Public is called to the Warehouse, No. 18, Iyy-lane, Newgate-market, established for the sole purpose of supplying them with the following Articles, on terms much more advan. tageous than hitherto offered by any House. The
Goods are warranted of the best quality.
Yellow Soap at 70s. per cwt.; Mottled ditto, at 80s. per cwt. for any quantity not less than 141b. In smaller quantities, Yellow 81. ; Moutled 91. per Ib.;
with an allowance of 1 d. in 71b. Curd albion
11d. per Ib. FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY,
Finest Sallad Oil, 3s. 9d. per Quart.
Fine Durham Mustard Is. 4d. per lb. such as is usuOF LONDON,
ally sold at 1s. 8d. INSTITUTED 1805.
Superfine ditto 1s. 6d per lb. for Insurance from FIRE, throughout Great Britain and Best Starch 11d. per Ib. Ireland, and in Foreign Countries; for the Insurance Stone and Powder Blue 1s. 100 per Ib. of Lives;--and for the granting of ANNUITIES.
Genuine Spermiceti Oil 7s. per Gallon, warranted
to buru well. Common Lamp Oil 3s. 4d. per Gallon. CAPITAL-ONE MILLION
The arrangements adopted by this Establishment, will be found to be highly worthy of public attention. TALLOW CANDLES WITH WAXED WICKS.
Among other advantages, it will appear, by the Company's Proposals,
The Candle and Soap Company continue to sell for That no charge is made for Policies or Indorse-Ready Money, at their Warehouse, No. 182, Fleetments;
street, two doors from Fetter-lane, the above kind of That a large and unprecedented Commission is Candles, as well as common Candles, Soap, and Sperallowed on Life Insurance; maceti Oil, warranted genuine
[236 That Life Insurances are not attended with admis
sion fees, nor with any responsibility, on the
losses of others;
Stationers'-Court, Paternoster-row, London.
1. THE MONK OF DISSENTIS. A Romance, in Office, or with any of its Country Residents.
J. Powell, 12s. Attendance, daily, at the Company's house in 'Change- Lathom, Esq. of Norwich; Author of the Mysterious
2. HUMAN BEINGS. A Novel, in 3 vols by F. Alley, Cornhill, from sine to four.
Freebeter, &c. &c. 19s. 6d.
3. SANS SOUCI PARK; or, the Melange, 3 vols. By Order of the Board of Directors,
by WARNER PHIPPS, Secretary.
Maria Tharmott, 13s. 6d. 285]
In the Press.
Ellen, Heiress of the Castle, 3 vols. by Mrs. Pil
kington. Just published at W. Hodsoll's Music Warehouse, No. 45, High-Holborn,
Benevolent Monk, in 3 vols. by the Author of the The Favourite Overture and Act Symphonies to
White Knight. Adrian and Orrilla; composed by W. Russell. Price The Soldier's Family, 4 vols. by the Author of the 2s. each.
Family in Switzerland.
[297 The Overture and Act Symphonies to Coriolanus; composed by W. Ware. Price 2s. each.
And this week will be published, the popular Overture to the favourite Pantomime of Harlequin and Mu- This day is published, elegantly printed in a smali ther Goose; composed by W. Ware. Price 2s. Also Octavo, and hot pressed, Price 25. 6d. Part II. of the the favouriie Songs and Pass Seuls in ditto. Price 1s. new Monthly Publication, entitled each. And speedily will be published, the much ad. mired Overture and Act Symphonies to Macbeth, by
CLASSIC TALES, the same Author. Price 2s, each,
A work in which it is intended to embody every Tale that has appeared, distinguished either for the brilliancy
of its wit, the richness of its humour, or the d.licacy of WANTS A SITUATION,
its pathos. Each Part is adorned with a Narrative Priniz A Young Woman of respectable connections, as that for this month, which is very finely engraved by Companion to a Lady; is of a cheerful disposition and Anker Smith, A. R. represents the Club of Choice has no objection to Needle-Work. Salary no object. Spirits, after an original painting from the masterly Letters addressed, post paid, to A. B. at Mr. Tryes, pencil of David Wilkie, Esq. Critical Essays on the Linen Draper, Sun-street, Bishopsgate, will be duly Merits of the Authors are added. This work may be attended to.
[289 had of all the Booksellers in town and country. (287