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EJV Lady's Magazine;

The Stage,

Or, Polite, Entertaining, Fashionable, and Complete COMPANION FOR THE FAIR SEX:

Entirely Devoted to Their Use and Amusement. Toss far Superior to every other PUBLICATION of the Kind hitherto

PUBLISHED, or now PUBLISHIXG.

CONTAINING Laan:i'y, and a much grea cr Variety of New, Original, and fel & Pieces (in Prose

tecost curious, useful, and entertaining Subjecis, logether with a greater and more par Varety of Copper-pla es, ihan are to be found in any sid Niagazine of ibis Kind whate –43:4 including, among an infinite Variety of o:her useful and interest!og Particulars, * pays, Levers, D:liertations, Treatises, and curious Productivos, relating to Happiness, Sentiments,

Affluence, Vir:ue,
Mancts, Accomplithments, Voyages,
Literature, Honour,

Travels,

Dress,
i !ography, impro:ement, Medicine, Erucation,
Criticism, Instruction, Prudence, Conduet,
Translations, Entertainment, Falhion,

The Married State, ****Talte,

Gardening, Philosophy, Prosperity,
Wit,

Economy,
,
Morality,

Poetry, &c. &c. Dit" o her Miscellaneous Subjects of Knowledge and Pleasure, which render this Dont Lier's Vagozinc a moft agreeable Companion (far preferable to any other Work of the a ledale Readers, of every Ago, Rink, and Condition in Life:

TOGETHER у гтн Regifer and Jourcal of the whole Tran actions of the Times, Foreign and Dade; Pirts, Marriages, Deaths, Promotions, Preferments, &c. and Critical and haerio fervar ions on such new Books and Publicaticos as are offered to the Ladies either was improvement or Entertainment.

The Whole Published under the im inediate Iospection of
Tu Rev. MR. CHARLES STANHOPE,

Editor of the New POLITE TUTORESS, or LADY'S BEST INSTRUCTOR.
LEHED BY THE KING's Royal LICENCE AND PROTECTION,
INSCR 1820 TO

PRINCESS ROYAL OF ENGLAND.

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For the Y E A R

1791. ALISHED with the greatest Variety of elegant, superb, and numerous Fer-llaics, Portraits, Patterns, Sorgs letto Mulic, and other HELLISHMENTS, worth of themselves' alone above double the price of cebole Work.

L. O N D ON: e by Royal Authority, for ALEX, HOGG, at the King's Arms, 116 Paternoster-Row, and sold by all Booksellers, Stationers, and maniers, in Town and Country.

(Published Monthly, Price only 6d.]

THEND
PURK

166162 ASTOR, LENOX AND TILDEN FOUNDATIONS

1900.

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COPY of the KING's Royal LICENCE and PROTECTION, granted at

MAJESTY's PALACE, at St. James's, for the PUBLICATION of 1
NEW and IMPROVED LADY's MAGAZINE.

GEORGE R.

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fender of the Faith, &c. To all to whom he e presenes Mall come greeting. Whe our trusty and well-beloved ALEX. HOGC, of Paternoster-Row, in our City of London, Bo Teller, hath by his petition bumbiy reproferited unto Us, that he has, at the request of a great ! ber of his Correspondents in different parts of our Kingdoms (who are dissatisfied with ihe Exe tion of former Works of the Kind herein described) employed, at a very great Expence, m Jeanned Persons io write and compile an extensive Variety of fuitable pieces, such as Eftays, I sertations, and other productions on various subjects, solely calculated for the Use and Amuler of the Ladies of Great Britain and Ireland, &c. Which pieces the Petitioner is now about to lib, under the Title of the NEW LADY'S MAGAZINE, or polite and entertaining Compan for the Fiir Sex, being devoted intirely to their Use and Entertainment, and executed on a new. improved plan, and to be continued on the frit Day of every Month. The Petitioner has a with much Labour and Expence, procured many original Druwinzs, Designs, and Copper-Plat by the belt areifts, to embelliih and illuitiate the faid periodical Undertaking ; and moreover engaged, in consequence of a valuable Confideration, the Rev. Mr. CHARLES STANHOPE digeit the aforeroid Materials, and to superintend the Monthly publication of the said NE LADY'S MACAZINE. Therefore, as the perlecting the same has been attended with very gr Care, Labour, Study, aod Expence, the Petitioner is desirous th:t Himself, his Heirs, and Atsig: may reap all advantages from the car le thereof. To this end, the Petitioner, knowing that we': ever desirous of encouraging cvery attempt to diffuse useful Knowledge among our subjects, pi unes, with the utinoit Humility, to folicit our Royal Licence and Protection to Himself, his Her Lixeurors and Alligns, for the fole printing, publishing, and vending, of the said Work. V being willing to give all due Encouragement to his undertaking, are graciously pleased to co descend to the Peticiones's Request; and we do therefore by these preients, as far as may agreeable to the nature in that Care made and provided, grant unto him, the said ALEX, HOGI his Executors, Adminitrators and Abigns, our Roval Licence and Authority, for the role prinun publithing, and vending the said work, strictly forbidding all our subjects, within our Kingdos

Dominions, to reprint or adrilge che lame, either in the like, or in any fize or manner wha ever; or to import, buy, vend, utter, or diftribute any Copies thereof, reprinted beyond the Sea without the Consent or Approbation of the laid ALEX, HOGG, his Executors, Adminitrato and Alligris, under their Hands and Seals first had and obtained, as they will answer the contrary their Peril. Wiieren the Commillioners and other Officers of our Customs, the Master, Warde and Company of Stationers are to take Notice, that due Obedience be rendered to our Plealur dierein declaredo Giyen at our Court at St. James's.

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THIS ELEGANT FEMALE MISCELLANY CONTAINS

Copy of the Kirg's Royal Lieence and

The Fashion in Queen Elizabeth's Days 37

Protetion for the Publication of the

Defcription of St. Peter's Church, Rome ibid.

Nex Lady's Magazine

2 Sentiments on Love and Marriage 33

Dedication to the Princess Royal

Sentimental Toasts for the Year 1791 ibid.

Prefac.

Enigmatical Solutions and Questions, &c. 39

Norita Correspondents

POLTICA! ESSAYS,

The Surgiz", or the unexpected Ren-

Ode for th: New Year

41

couvre, a Novel, in a Series of Letters 7 On the Nativity of Christ

ibid."

Od seduction

9

To Mr. R. B. a Free-thinker

Elwall and Jefīy, a Fragment

ibid.

Graceful

Orra and Tenkile, a Lapiand Tale 43

Soiade, a Novel; in a Series of Letters

Verses written by Delia

ibid.

the Seven Wise Men of Greece 13 Elegy on Mr. Robert Crolling

The Mischiefs of Calumny against the

To Celia, 2 Song

ibid.

Fair Ser

ibid. Verses on an expected Evens

Cadwall, a British Tale

14

To Miss Ch.

HD

ibid.

A Letter to the Editor, on some People

Lines inscribed on a Tomb. Stone ihid,

{poiled by Preferment

19 The invocation

ibid.

The Macron, No. XIU.

The Tempeit

The Friends, by a Lady, continued 24 Lines oceifione hv an Arion brougba

Memoirs of the Queen of Navarre 29

for a Breach of Promise o. Marriage

The False Prude

ibid. Verses on Sally Fair

jhid.

The Libelter

31 Verses on Mits R. Maxima

ibid.

Aarsdote of a young Gentleman at Eton ibid. The Bumper o Wine, a Song

ibid.

Anecdore of an Irish Officer
ibid. Acrostics and Epigrams

48

Sophia, a New Song set to Music

32

The Charms at Variety

ibid.

Marriott M's Letter to Mr. Wil.

Epitaph on a Taylor

ibid.

34 Foreign Nevi's

Account of a Catacomb lacely discovered

Home News

$1

in Ireland

35 Marriages and Deaths

55

The Whole Published under the immediale, inipeciton ut

THE REV. MR. CHARLES STANHOPE,

Author of the New Polire TUTORESS, or Young La sies' Best Inftricter.

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