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JULY, AUGUST, SEPTEMBER, OCTOBER,
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PRINTED FOR F. C. AVD'J. RIVINGTON,
NO. 62, ST. PAUL'S CHURCH-YARD.
Printed ly Law and Gilbert, St. Jolu's Square, Clerkenwell.
now address our Friends for the thirty-fourth
time, and we do it with the fame feeling that we had at first: with an earnest desire to conciliate, but still more to deserve their approbacion ; and a firm determination to bring forward nothing but what may tend to the best purposes ;---to diffuse good, and refift bad principles; and, in subordination to those objeets, to correct imperfect and inftill good taste.
This period of feventeen years has produced great Revolucions. We were threatened with one at home, at the commencement of our labours, from the fraternization of congenial spirits, with the amiable revolutionists of France, but by the
the energy of wise, and the timely co-operation of good men, under the blelling of Providence, it was happily prevented'; and we trust that fimilar resources will always remain, howover appearances may threaten, to save a country and a constitucion so eminently worth preserving.
Within the same period, many changes, if they cannot be called revolutions, have happened in the literary world. We have seen the death of some Reriens *, and thie birth of others; some of which
• The Englis and the Analytical. The Critical died, we behieve, for a thort time, but revived again, A2