The Mirror Of Literature, Amusement, And Instruction Volume 14, No. 391, September 26, 1829
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The Mirror Of Literature, Amusement, And Instruction Volume 14, No. 391, September 26, 1829

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  • THE MIRROR OF LITERATURE, AMUSEMENT, AND INSTRUCTION.
  • MR. GURNEY'S IMPROVED STEAM CARRIAGE.
    • PUNNING SATIRE ON AN INCONSTANT LOVER.
    • BRIMHAM ROCKS3 BY MOONLIGHT.
      • (For the Mirror.)
    • (For the Mirror.)
  • MANNERS & CUSTOMS OF ALL NATIONS.
    • PLEDGING HEALTHS.
    • RUSSIAN SUPERSTITION.
  • THE SELECTOR;
    • AND LITERARY NOTICES OF NEW WORKS.
    • LIBRARY OF ENTERTAINING KNOWLEDGE.
      • Fruits.
      • Naturalization of Plants.
      • Cider.
      • Old Apple Trees.
      • A Vineyard
    • Fruits.
    • Naturalization of Plants.
    • Cider.
    • Old Apple Trees.
    • A Vineyard
    • SHAKSPEARE'S BROOCH.
      • (To the Editor of the Mirror.)
    • (To the Editor of the Mirror.)
  • SPIRIT OF THE PUBLIC JOURNALS
    • NOTES ON THE DRAMA.
      • (From the Edinburgh Review, No. 98.)
      • Origin of Admission Money.
      • "Dramatic Representations natural to Man."
      • Grecian Theatres.
      • The Roman Stage.
      • Costume.
      • The Old Drama.
      • Hours of Representation.
      • Decline of the Drama.
    • (From the Edinburgh Review, No. 98.)
    • Origin of Admission Money.
    • "Dramatic Representations natural to Man."
    • Grecian Theatres.
    • The Roman Stage.
    • Costume.
    • The Old Drama.
    • Hours of Representation.
    • Decline of the Drama.
    • BISHOPS' SLEEVES.
  • SPIRIT OF DISCOVERY
    • Iris Lunaris.
      • Westphalia Hams
      • London Porter.
      • Black Game
      • Birds of Prey.
      • Egypt.
      • Beet-Root Sugar.
      • Dry Rot.
      • Alloyed Iron Plate.
      • Interesting Question.
      • Cats.
      • Vessels made of the Papyrus.
      • Remains of La Perouse.10
      • Study of Chemistry.
    • Westphalia Hams
    • London Porter.
    • Black Game
    • Birds of Prey.
    • Egypt.
    • Beet-Root Sugar.
    • Dry Rot.
    • Alloyed Iron Plate.
    • Interesting Question.
    • Cats.
    • Vessels made of the Papyrus.
    • Remains of La Perouse.10
    • Study of Chemistry.
  • THE GATHERER.
    • ORIGIN OF THE WORD WORSTED.
    • CAT-FANCIER.
    • ANCIENT FAMILY.
    • ON MEMORY.
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