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ARTS, LITERATURE, FASHIONS,
THE SECOND SERIES.
NOVEMBER 1, 1819.
PAGE 1. PARK ENTRANCES
. 249 2. The BRIDGE OF THE CHERASCA
. 276 3. A Light Phaeton with ACKERMANN'S Patent MOVEABLE Axles
292 4. Ladies' WALKING DRESS
. 306 5. Private Concert Costume
ib. 6 PATTERNS OF LACE, 7. MUSLIN PATTERN.
PAGE Hints on Ornamental Gardening.- Park HARRIS's “ For thee alone, my Mona dear"296 Entrances .
“ Oh! lovely were the Summer Hours"
CROTCH's " Beauty and the Flower” ib. Correspondence of the Adviser . . 250
THE SELECTOR. The Generous Lover: a Tale, from the
A Lady of Lima (from “ Letters from Spanish of Cervantes (continued) 253
Buenos-Ayres and Chili”)
298 On Caricatures: from the French, with
Prices of Cattle, and the Powers of the Notes by the Editor
Bezoar-Stone (from the same). .. 299 On Poisonoris Cheese
Influence of an Indian Lady (from the The Heart of Robert Bruce
302 Achmet: an Eastern Tale
303 Parisian Sketches, No. I.-La Fête Dieu 209
Degenerateness of the Spauiards (from Recollections of a would-be Author.
304 Chap. VII.
FASHIONS. Pieturesque Tour of Mount Simplon.
London Fashions.-Ladies' Walking Dress 306 The Bridge of the Cherasca
ib. Remonstrance against large Bonnets 277 The Chinese Porcelain Pagoda
General Observations on Fashion and 279 Dress
307 On the Employment of the Poor 281
Account of Urling & Co.'s Patent Thread The Family Compact, or the Husband's
INTELLIGENCE, LITERARY Authority reasserted .
AND SCIENTIFIC The Female Tattler.-No. XLVII. 288
308 A light Phaeton with Ackermann's Pa
POETRY. tent Moveable Axles . 292 The Wanderer, by J. M. Lacey
310 Emigration to the Cape of Good Hope . 293 Lines addressed to Mrs. H--GG--T, at B-
NT--Nf, near F--, by John CARNEGIE ib. MUSICAL REVIEW.
On seeing a Monument by CHANTREY to MATHER's XXV Psalms and Hymns in the Memory of two Sisters, intended Score
296 for Erection in Litchfield Cathedral, ib.
L. Harrison, Printer, 373, Strand.
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ARTS, LITERATURE, FASHIONS,
The annexed plate represents | house or cottage; the hanging side gateways to parks or other resi- is assisted in strength by the doudences, progressively advancing in ble posts, according to the dotted character from simple park-paling lines: that to the right forms a to the decorated iron work suited hand-gate to correspond. to a villa or mansion.
The third design is suited to a The first design consists of a villa or superior farm-house; and inpark fence-gate in two modes of deed is applicable to any residence execution : that to the right is em- where ornamental embellishment brasured by using pales of differ- is not particularly studied. ent lengths; that to the left is The gate represented in the straight at top, and is therefore less fourth instance is of the superior liable to the depredations which order of gateways: it is executed frequently occur, for every pale in iron, should be connected with strengthens another in the place walls, and a lodge or lodges be where injuries are usually com- placed in its neighbourhood. mitted.
For further observations on ParkThe second design is a field-gate, Entrances, see Ackermann's Repoof very considerable strength and sitory, Sec. Ser. vol. II. p. 312. of a novel form; it is suited to a farmVol. VIII. No. XLIIT,