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LITERARY SOUVENIR.

TWELVE SETS of the LITERARY SOUVENIR, from its commencement, may still be purchased of the Editor. These copies contain the earliest impressions of the Plates, having been selected when the respective volumes first made their appearance; price 21. 88. each set. Ten complete sets of the Large Paper of the same work, with proof impressions of the Plates on India Paper, may also be had; price 41. 168. each set.

The subjoined list of a portion of the Authors and Artists, whose productions will be found in these volumes, comprises such an array of talent, both literary and graphic, as has never before been included in a similar work.

AUTHORS.

SIR WALTER SCOTT
THOMAS CAMPBELL
S. T. COLERIDGE
WASHINGTON IRVING
MRS. HEMANS
JAMES MONTGOMERY
ROBERT SOUTHEY
PROFESSOR WILSON
MISS MITFORD
JOHN GALT
BARRY CORNWALL
ALLAN CUNNINGHAM
L. E. LANDON
LORD BYRON
THE REV. W. LISLE BOWLES
CROFTON CROKER
C. R. MATURIN
MISS BOWLES
BERNARD BARTON
JAMES HOGG
JOHN CLARE
LORD JOHN RUSSELL
LORD F. L. GOWER
BARRY ST. LEGER
THOMAS HOOD
C. A. ELTON

J. H. WIFFEN
THE REV. THOMAS DALE

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T. K. HERVEY
ARCHDEACON WRANGHAM
MRS. OPIE
D. M. MOJR (Delta)
THE REV. G. CROLY
DAVID LYNDSAY
THE REV. C. C. COLTON
THE REV. R. POLWHELE
w. & M. HOWITT
EVANS EYRE CROWE
N, T. CARRINGTON
ALARIC A. WATTS
JOHN BOWRING
M. J. JEWSBURY
JOSIAH CONDER
JOHN MALCOLM
THOMAS PRINGLE
DR. MAGINN
MRS. CHARLES GORE
C. B. TAYLER
W. JERDAN
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Illustrations by Professor Flaxman. A SERIES OF SEVENTY-FIVE COMPOSITIONS to illustrate the ILIAD and ODYSSEY of HOMER, with Descriptions of their subjects, and extracts from P'ope's translation upon each plate. The dresses, habits, armour, implements of war, &'., are all of Classical authority. By PROFESSOR FLAXMAN. In 2 vols. price 21. 28. each.

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THE POETICAL ALBUM and REGISTER OF MODERN FUGITIVE POETRY. Edited by ALARIC A. WATTS, Esq..

This volume will be found to contain a very large proportion of the most beautiful Fugitive Poetry that has appeared during the last ten years; includ. ing unwards of 300 Poems, for the most part inedited, of Byron, Moora, Campbell, Wilson, Wordsworth, Rogers. Coleridge, L. E. L.. Bowles, Shelly. Mrs. Hemans, Miss Baillie, Barry Cornwall, Moir, Montgomery, Croly, Horace Smith, Alaric Watts, Xc. &c. &c. The work has been printed in a small though clear type, with a view to compression; and comprises a much larger quantity of matter than any other collection of the kind.

The second volume of this work, comprising the best Fugitive Poetry from 1823 to 1829 inclusive, will be published in a few weeks.

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* * Part XII. (to complete the work) is in great forwardness, and will contain a splendid Restoration of the whole of Athens, by Mr. Cockerell, on a larger scale than any of the other Engravings.

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