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least to his fortune, repulsed from his side by his own haughtiness, till " his star" set in blood. We have seen the ferocious become a supplicant and a prisoner, although his inveterate decrees were among the first public events, which it was our duty to record. We found our Country involved in war : with infinite satisfaction we leave it in peace.

We then did our duty, by supporting with our humble powers the means of national protection; and we have subsequently discharged the same duty by giving a faithful and free opinion on the conduct incumbent on our countrymen, in order to secure the most valuable advantages offered them by the present tranquillity.

Our Readers will have perceived that of late our attention has been much increased in reference to British Commerce, and to the acquisition of intelligence from various quarters of the globe: these communications will be continued, and with invigorated effect ; including also the continuation of that Continental Intelligence for which our Work has stood pre-eminent. They will now be transferred to .






To this connexion we entreat permission to refer our valued Correspondents, as well literary as commercial ; and, again expressing our gratitude to them, and to the Public at large, for numerous and highly valued favours, we most respectfully take our leave.

July 1, 1819.

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The Proprietors of the New Monthly Magazine beg leaveto acquaint the Readers and Friends of the LITERARY PANORAMA, that in consequence of the union which has taken place between that work and the New Monthly Magazine, those important Political and Commercial Papers which have hitherto distinguished the Literary Panorama, will in future appear exclusively in the New Monthly Magazine, the next Number of which will be published on the 1st of August, under the title of

The New Monthly Magazine,

AND LITERARY PANORAMA, Embellished with a fine Portrait, accompanied by a Memoir, of the Right Hon. G. Canning, M. P.; and enriched by a variety of Original Communications ; Biographical Memoirs ; Poetical Compositions; Criticisms on New Publications; Literary and Scientific Intelligence ; Inventions ; Discoveries ; New Acts, Parliamentary Reports; Reviews of Fine Arts, Music, and the Drama; Literary, Medical, Chemical, Agricultural, and Commercial Reports ; Historical Digest of Political Events ; Incidents; Promotions, Births, Marriages, Deaths, &c.

For the information of those who may be unacquainted with the progress of this Work, it may


to state, that it has uniformly sustained a high literary character, men of the first eminence having from its commencement been strenuous in enriching its pages with their communications; and that independent of its being a faithful chronicle of the great political events of the times, and an


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accurate record of domestic and family history, it forms a complete register of every novelty in the arts, sciences, and letters, equally acceptable to the scholar and the philosopher, to the man of leisure and the man of business. Established on the principles of sound patriotism, it peculiarly recommends itself toall real lovers of their country, as a popular vehicle for the dissemination of political truth, and as the best antidote to a Magazine distinguished for sentiments tending to encourage disaffection and infidently, and consequently subversive of all our existing political, religious, and social institutions,


For 1819, just completed, is illustrated with Portraits of


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Lord Byron's Juvenile Poems, with numerous specimens, English Bards and Scotch Reviewers ; Culloden Anecdotes, John Roy Stewart, James M‘Gregor, Mr. Grant. &c. &c.; Knights Templars, enemies to Christianity, Cambrian Antiqnities; Sir Samuel Romilly on Public Schools; New Pilgrim's Progress; the Pythagorean Reformers; Remarkable Confession of a condemned Malefactor; Seetzen's Travels in Arabia Felix; On the Language of an Historian ; Causes of the Variation in the Climate; Hamlet and the Grave-digger ; Anecdotes of Eminent Persons, Walter Seott, Richard Gough, David Garrick, P. Curran, Lord Avonmore, &c. &c.; Dog of Galloway; Medicinal Properties of Gold; Fossil Tree; Captain Duff on the Dry-rot; Monsieur Dupin on the Breakwater at Plymouth ; Mount Edgecombe; the Jetee of Cherborg; Original Critique of Dr. Johnson on Grainger's Poem of the Sugar Cane; Mr. Jenkin on Planetary Motion; New Theory of Gravitation; Hungarian Gypsies; Sabina, or Scenes at the Toilette of a Roman Lady of Fashion; Sketches of Trinidad and the Mouth of the Oronoco; Professor Pictet on the use of

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Machinery in Manufactures; Increase of the Poor Rates; Conduct of Historians; Memoirs of Peter Gale Faux, Stenographer and Patriot; A Cockney Pastoral; M. G. Lewis's Letter to his Father in defence of the Monk; Observations on the Annals of the Fine Arts; Red Snow; Dwarf of Naples ; Remarks on the Copyright Act; The Vampire, a Tale; A Pedestrian Tour round Florence; Luther's Goblet; Plan for supply of London with Provisions; Madame de Stael on the Life and Writings of Camoens; Fashionable Phraseology ; Currents and Whirlpools ; on the Establishment of a Public Market for Literature; The Newtonian System defended ; Origin of Whig and Tory; Fascinating Power of Serpents; Pearl Fishery of Panama ; Marriage of Figaro ; Character of Cleopatra by Madame de Stael; Tour of the Austrian Archdukes in England ; On the Theatrical Representations of the Ancients; Ghent in 1817; On the Practicability of a NE. and NW. Passage into the Pacific Ocean ; Remarks on a late Exhibition of Chalk Drawings ; Mr. Treadgold on the Decay of Timber; National Medals; Whale Fishery: The Italians, Mr. Bucke and Mr. Kean ; Who was Junius? ; Modern Standard of Genius ; Lord Byron's Travels in Greece; Remarkable Prophecy of the Appearance of Luther; Memoir of Sir Peter Leicester, the celebrated Antiquary: also of Mr. Lee, the Arabic Professor ; Considerations on the Poor Laws; Curious particulars of Sir R. Maxwell, of Orcbardston; On the Poetry of Walter Scott; Life of Tom Brown the elder; Monsieur Biot's Voyage to the Shetland Islands ; on the Practicability of Cash Payments by the Bank; Portrait of Aspasia, by Madame de Stael; Sir H. Davy on the Herculaneum MSS.; The Eloquence of Silence; Evils of Exquisite Sensibility ; Spring, a Poem, from the German of Von Kleist; On the American Trade with China ; On Ringing out the old Year; Notices of Danish Literature; English Manners in the 17th Century; Professor Bode's Remarks on Meteorology; Memoir of the Life and Writings of Von Kleist; Saving Banks first established at Hamburgb; On Blight, and the Transmigration of Insects; Condition of the Highland Peasantry; The Bishop of Norwich and the Moravian Episcopacy; Who was Junius ? second letter; Anecdotes of John Cleland; Remarkable Events in English History ; Allegorical Declaration of Love; A Peep into a Barber's Shop of Antiquity; &c. &c. &c.


With interesting Extracts.

Hon. Horace Walpole's Letters to the Rev. W. Cole, &c. Gour

gaud's Campaign of 1815; Antar, an Arabian Tale; Stebbing's Minstrel of the Glen; Present State of Musical Instruction; Barrow's Arctic Voyages; Time's Telescope for 1819; Clapham on the Pentateuch; Monk's Vindication of the University of Cambridge; Ferrari on Singing ; Golowin's Japan; Human Life, a Poem, by Mr. Rogers ; Art of French Conversa

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tion; Ximenes, and other Poems; Memoirs of Las Casas; Valpy's Delphin Classics ; Campbell's Specimens of the British Poets; Durovernum, by Arthur Brooke ; Clarke's Scandinavia ; Fitzclarence's Route across India; Captain Burney's History of North-Eastern Discoveries ; Watkins's Memoirs of her Majesty Queen of Great Britain ; Junius Upmasked ; Junius with his Vizor up; Elements of Natural Philosophy, by J. Mitchell; Food for Youth; A defence of the Church against Professor Monk, &c. by Sir J. E. Smith, M. D.; Speech of Lieut.-General Thornton on the Catholic Question ; The Wrongs of Man, a Satire ; Nautical Essays, or a Scriptural View of the Ocean; Shepherd's Observance of the Lord's Day; Redford and Riche's History of Uxbridge ; The Patriot Father, by Kotzebue ; Treasures of Thought, from Madame de Stael; The Priory of Birkenhead ; Jamieson's Conversations on History ; Blaine's Elements of Medical Logic; Principles of Punctuation, by Cecil Hardy; An Eulogium on Sir Samuel Romilly, by M. Benjamin de Constant; Letters addressed to a late Duchess; The Banquet, a Poem ; &c. &c.


Propriety of encouraging Artists of our own Country; Luke

Clennell; On the Annals of the Arts ; British Gallery ; Patronage of British Genius; Anti-British Prejudices; Remarks on an Exhibition of Chalk Drawings; Spring Garden Exhibition of Paintings; Sir J. F. Leicester's Picture Gallery ; Backler's Window for St. James's Church : Exhibition of the Royal Academy, Somerset-House; Mr Fawkes's Exhibition of Drawing's; &c. &c.


Adiaphonon, a new Musical Instrument; New discovery in Optics;

Velocipede; American Water-Burner; Cast Iron rendered Malleable; Iron Boat; Paper from Alga Marina; Pyroligneous Acid ; Power of the Screw; Portable Gas-Bags; Moirée Metallique; Distillation of Coal; Felt rendered Impenetrable; Tar Lamp; Improved Bank Notes; A new Life Boat; Sorbic Acid; Linen Thread from the Flos of Nettles; &c. &c. &c.


Leverage to propel Ploughs, by Mr. Thomas; Ackerman's Move

able Axles ; Sugar in Potatoes ; Mathew's Safe Coach; Prevention of Dry Rot; Means of detecting Adulteration of Flour ; Mr. Doncaster on Spade Agriculture ; &c. &c.

OBITUARY, WITH ANECDOTES, &c. Sir Philip Francis, K.B.; Mr. John Courtois; Earl Paulet ; F.W.

Blagdon, Esq.; Earl of Errol; Dr. Wolcot; Augustus von Kotzebue; George Henry Harlow ; Francisco Manuel; Richard Baker, the Conjurer; James Sandy; John Sackehouse, the Esquimaux who accompanied Captain Ross to the North ;-&c.

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