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first offer, sans premeditation, as you see. As I have told you before, I write to the friend, not to the Mr. Jobpson who bimself writes better than any man. I shall comply with your request, and not inclose this, though at the same time I am conscious I have so little claim to a place among your riches, that a waste paper drawer will be a much properer one for my poor productions : however, if they have this merit, and you regard tbem as proofs that I much esteem you, they will answer my purpose, which is that of being regarded as,
The GENEALOGY of Christ, as it is represented on the
East Window of Winchester College Chapel. ' Written at Winton School, by Bishop LOWTN.
(Concluded from page 396.]
The father's virtues, with the father's throne.
Th' TW avenging Angel, by divine
At length the long-expected Prince behold,
But now, fall’n Sion, once the fair and great,
No more th' effulgent glory of thy God
And now, at length the fatal term of years
But now alas ! far other views disclose,
And thou, O tomb, once more shalt wide display,
Ride on the clouds; whilst as his chariot flies,
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THE Fast India Company have open schools for the education of fordshire a place of public instruc A new edition of Mr. Hugh Fartion for such young men as are in-, mer's dissertations on Christ's temptended to be employed in various tation in the wilderness, is in the civil capacities in the Company's press. Our readers, perhaps, will service. The Rev. Mr. HENLEY recollect that Mr. Farnier was ove is appointed president of the insti- of those rational divines, who in tution. The education is to be both endeavouring to remove all myscommercial and classical, and to teries from sacred writ, asserted comprise, among other branches of that the temptation was not a ree instruction, the mathematics, geo- ality, but only a dream or vision!! graphy, modern languagess, and A splendid work entitled a graOriental literature.
phical and descriptive Tour of the Proposals have been issued by University of Oxford, is preparing Mr. Samuel Burđer, of St. Alban's, for publication. It will coutain for publishing by subscription in 2 views, representations of publicHols. 8vó, a work entitled, Oriental buildings, with their history antt Customs, or an illustration of the present state, and the academic Sacred Seriptures, by an explana- costume. It is to be published in cory application of the customs and numbers in imperial folio. manners of the Eastern nations. A. A monument is about to be large edition of the first volume erected to the memory of Sir was published about three years Joshua Reynolds in St. Paul's Caago; the second volume is wholly thedral. For this purpose a sabfew. It will be seen that the foundscription has been set on foot by ation of this work, was Mr. Hare the literary club, of which Sir mer's excellent observations Qul Joshua was the founder. Scripture, of which a new and en- A re-publication of a very valularged edition would be highly ac- able and interesting work, entitled, ceptable to the world, if executed « Resolves, religious, moral, and by a person well versed in the East- political, by Owen Feltham, is ern languages and manners. shortly expected to make its apie
The Emperor of Russia has pearance. pränted an entire emancipation to the Jews, who are perinitted to
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