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SEPTEMBER AND DECEMBER, 1818.
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SOLD BY LONGMAN, HURST, REES, ORME, AND BROWN; F. C. AND J. RIVINGTONS; SHERWOOD
NO. XXXIII. P. 203. read PAPYRỊ.
Cupidines, 454. 26.
CONTENTS OF NO. XXXV.
On the Science of the Egyptians and Chaldeans. Part iv.
Notæ et Curæ sequentes in ARATI Diosemea. No. III.
An Essay on the Greek Pastoral Poets, No. 111.....
Loci quidam LUCIANI emendati atque explanati, a J.SEAGER,
Remarks on the Similarity of Worship that prevailed in dif-
ferent parts of the Pagan World. Part v. [Concluded.]
Notice of “ Lives on the Death of her Royal Highness the
Princess Charlotte of Wales : to which was adjudged the
Prize, proposed by the Provost and Senior Fellows of Tri-
nity College, Dublin, for the best English Poem on the
subject. By John ANSTER, A. B. Sch. T. C. D.” 64
MANUSCRIPTS, Biblical, Classical, and Biblico-Oriental.
Oxford Prize Poems, for 1818.-Latin : Titus Hierosoly-
mam · Expugnans. English: The Coliseum.
English : The Coliseum........ 96-100
Letters on the Ancient British Language of Cornwall,