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HISTORY.

Vol. V.] Retrospezt of Spanish Literature.- History, 325 de Espanać Indias, tom. 20 y 21. The un tomo en 410. grande. History of the Theatre of the universal Legislation of Imperial Canalin Aragon, from the Time Spain, &c.

the Emperor Charles V. began its ConThere are the zoth and 21st volumes of struction down to its Present State, with the voluminous work, which, under the a Description of all the Works, whicha title of “ The Theatre of the Universal have been constructed, illustrated by Plans Legislation of Spain and the Indies," com and Drawings, &c. I vol. 4to. prizes all the ordinances, edicts, laws, &c. 5. Breve resumen de la Historia de los enacted fince the origin of the Spanish Judios, de la Revelacion y de la Religion monarchy, both for Spain, and the Spa- Christiana, un tomo en svo. An Abridgnish poffeffions in America. Subscrip- ment of the History of the Jews, of the tions are received for the 22d and 23d Revelation and Christian Religion, 1 vol. volumes.

8vo. 2. La Praética criminal por principios,

6. Sumario de Historia Eclefiaftica, y de &c. por el Lic. D. Juan Alvarez Pojadilla. la de Espana, en verso Heroyco, por el PaThe Practice of Criminal Proceedings, dre Joseph Francisco de Isa, segunda edition, founded on Principles, &c. by D. Juan An Abridgment of the Ecclefiaftical Hir. Alvarez Posadilla.

tory, and of that of Spain, in Heroic 3. Coligo y Practica Criminal, arreglado Verse, by Father Joseph Francisco de à las Leyes de Espana, por D. Vicente Viz. Illa, the second edition. caino Perez, tres tomos en 8vo.' The Cri 7. Origenes de la Poesia Castellana, por minal Code and Practice, according to the D. Luis Foseph Velasquez, Caballero del Laws of Spain, by D. Vicente Vizcaino Orden de Santiago, de la Academia Real Perez, 3 vols. in 8vo.

de la Historia, y de la de las Inscriptiones y

Bellas Letras de Paris, un tomo en 4to. 1. El Compendio Cronológico de la Hiforia The Origin of Spanish Poetry, by D. de Espana, por D. Joseph Oftiz, de la Rral Luis Joseph Velasquez, Knight of the Biblioteca de S. M. tomo 4to. A Chrono Order of Santiago, Fellow of the Royal logical Synopsis of the History of Spain, Academy of History, and of the Academy by D. Joseph Ostiz, of the Royal Library of Inscriptions and Belles Lettres, 1 vol. of his Majesty, vol. 4.

2. Crónica General de Espana del Mers. This is the second edition of the history Florran de Ocampo y de Ambrosis de Morales, of Spanish poetry, by Velasquez, which con los tres tomos de Opufculos del mismo, y holds a distinguished rank among the lite. las Vidas de los Sres. D. Fernando el Mag. rary productions of Spain. We cannot no, D. Sancho de Zamora, D. Alonzo Vi. discern any additions or alterations in the Duna Urraca, y D. Alonzo vir. que on se, body of the work, but the typographical guida escribió D. Fr. Prudencio Sandoval, part has been carefully corrected and conis tomos, en 410. A General Chronicle of liderably improved in this new edition. Spain, by Florian de Ocampo and Am. 8. Hiftoria del Rebellion y Castigo de los brosis de Morales, with three volumes of Moriscos, del Reyno de Grenada, por Luis the Works of the latter, and the Lives of del Mármont Carvajal, segunda impresion, Ferdinand the Great, of Sancho de Za- dos tomos en 4t0. The History of the Re. mora, King Alphonfus VI. D na Arraca, bellion and Chastisement of the Moors, and King Alphonsus VII. written by D. in the Kingdom of Granada, by D. Luis Fr. Prudencio Sandoval, 15 vois, in 4to. del Mármol Carvajal, the second edition,

3. Compend!. Historico de los Reyes de Arragon desde su primer Monarca basta fi The first edition of this important évork Union con Castilla, dos tomos

8vo. was published at Malaga, in 1599, in mayor, An Historical Summary of the folio, which having become extremely Kings of Arragon, from its first Sovereign scarce, this new edition has been publish. down to its Union with Castile, 2 vols. ed, augmented by two tables of the cities, in great 8vo.

villages, and mountains, mentioned in the The author has given in this interesting work, and of the most memorable things work, the history of one of the most pow. it contains, and by a topographical map erful monarchies in Europe, in a concise, of Granada, by Ambrosio de Vico, The yet clear and elegant style.

tbiri volume is preparing for the press, 4. Hiftoria del Canal Imperial de Aragon, which is to contain the letters written by desde lo comenzó Carlos v. basta el estado D. Juan de Austria to the King, on the axual, con la Descripcion de todas las subject of this conqueft, the originals of obras que eftan construidas, accompanada de which are in the poffeffion of D. Eugenio les planos ó laminas, que las manifieftan, 86 de Llaguno.

4. Memorias

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POLITICS,

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Retrospect of Spanish Literature-Politics, &c. [Sup. 9. Memorias para la Hiftoria de la Poe The author treats on the most unquesfia y Poetas Espanoles; vóra popluma del tionable method of bringing up strong and Rnio. P. Mro. Fr. Martin Sarmento, Be- healthy children, of preserving them from nedi Etino, un 10m0 en 49. Memoirs rela- many physical and moral evils, of avoidtive to the History of Spanish Poetry and ing the diffentions which disturb doo Poets; a pofthumous Work of the Revd. mestic tranquillity, on account of mo. F. Martin Sarmiento, a Benedi&i ine Monk, thers refusing to bring up their own chil

dren, and of preserving the beauty and

health of the former. 1. La Monarquia, por D. Clemente Deo 5. Discernimiento de Ingenios para Artes y nafla, Teriente Vicario General del exér. Ciencias, un tonio en Svo. The Discerncilo de Extremadura, &c. un tomo en 410. ment of Genius, or of the Natural DilMonarchy, by D. Clemepte Penarola, De- position for Arts and Sciences, 1 vol. 8vo. puty Vicary General of the Army of Ex The author sets out with observing, treinadura, &c. I vol. in 4to.

that there exists no human being, how This work is divided into three parts; ever rude it may appear, without fome the first confiders monarchy in an abstract innate disposition or talent for some art or view, the second in its relations with science ; points out the means of difcernthe people, and the third with respect to ing this talent, and of preserving it in the sovereign.

children; enumerates the various talents EDUCATION AND MORALS. requisite for theology, philcsophy, poetry, 1. Novisima Edicion del Prontuario Moral &c. and refutes several erroneous opidel P. Mjro. Larraza, adicionado y corrigidu nions, advauced by the celebrated Juan por D. Francisco Sanios y Grojin. The Huarte, on this fubje&t. laft Edition of the Moral Repository, by 6. Plan de Educacion, 6 Exposicion de un P. Mtro. Larraga, enlarged and corrected nuevo Método para estudiar las Lenguas, by D. Francisco Santos y Grosin. Geografia, Cronologia, Historia, Matemátia 2. Biblioteca de buena Educacion ó el A. cas,

Filosofia, Pulitica,&c. en 4to. por D. Juan mante de la nines y de la juventud. Obra Antonio Gonzalez. A Plan of Eduproporcionucia para la bueno Crianza de toda cation, or Exposition of a new Method classe de Personas y en especial de la Nobleza, of studying Langpages, Geography, ChroC. The Repository of Genteel Educa: nology, History, Mathematics, Philofotion, or the Friend of Children and Young phy, Politics, &c. in 4to. by D. Juan Persons ; a Work intended to promote Antonio Gonzales Canaveras. the genteel Education of Persons of every NATURAL HISTORY AND PHILOSOPHY. Rank and Description, but especially of 1. Tratado de las Fuentes intermitentes y the Nobility.

de la causa de fus Fluxos y Suprefiones, de la 3. El Conservador de los Ninos, por D. Naturaleza y Uso del Sifon, &c. por un Agustin Ginesta, Catedratico de partos y Monge de la Congregación de S. Benito de Enfermedades de Mugeres y de Ninos, del Valladolid. A Treatise on Intermitting Real Colegio de Cirugia de S. Carlos de esta Springs, and on the Cause of their Flows Corte. The Preserver of Children, by D. and Suppressions, on the Nature and Use Agustin Ginesta, Professor of Midwifery, of the Siphon, &c. by a Monk of the Be. and of the Diseases of Women and Chil. nedictine Order of Valladolid, dren, of the Royal College of Surgery of 2. Verdadera Relacion y Manifiefo ApoSr. Carlos, of this place.

logérico de la Antiguedad de las Batuecas y This work contains the most important su dejcubrimiento, por el Br. Tomas Gonprescriptions, for preventing the exceffive zalez de Manuel, Presbitero. A Faithful mortality which is generally observed and Apologetical Account of the Antiamong children, and is peculiarly intended quity and Discovery of the Batuecas (a to root cut the pernicicus maxims which, Species of Savages, living in the Mounfrom igncrapce or prejudice, have crept rains), by B. Tomas Gonzalez de Manuel, into the physical education of children. Presbiter.

4. Prijuicios, que acarrean al Género bu 3. Cafimiri Gomegļi Ortegae novarum in anvy al Estado los Madres que rebusan criar aut rariorum Plantarum Horti Reg. Bor. Jus Hijos, y Medios pura contener t.i*Abuso de Matrit. descriptionum decades, cum nonnulponer los en amia, por D. Fayme Bonelio, de larum {conibus. Descriptions of new and warias Academias, un tono en 8vo. The scarce Plants, in the Royal Botanical Gara Injuries done to Humankind, and to the den at Madrid, with Engravings, repreState, i y Mothers, who refuse to bring senting some of them, by Cas. Gom. up their own Children, and the Means Ortega, &c. för ci ecking the Abuse of putting them This number contains 40 defcriptions, qut to Murie

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MATHEMATICS.

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CRITICISM.

Vol. V.) Retrospect of Spanish Literature.Mathematics, '&c. 327

flourished in the course of this century, 1. Tratados de Matemática, compuestos the hymn on peace, a poetical description para la Instruccion teórica de los Aprendices of the last work of Chevalier Mengs, del Taller del Real Observatorio de Madrid, painted for his Spanish majesty, fome latomo 2. por D. Joseph Radon. Tracts on iyrical poems, read before the Royal AMathematics, composed for the Instruc- cademy of S. Fernando, and a variety of tion of ine Pupils of the Academy of the epigrains and madrigals; and the third, Royal Observatory at Madrid, in the a paraphrasis of the lamentations of Jerea theoretical Part of that Science, vol. 2. by miah, and several other religious poems. D. Joseph Radon.

2. Tomo 2d. de las Fábulas en Versa 2. Lecciones de Aritmética, puestas en Castellano de D. Joseph Agustin Ibañez de la Forma de Diálogo, por Lúcas María Romero Renteria. Fables in Spanish Verse, by y Serrano, &c. Lessons of Arithmetic, D. Joseph Agustin Ibanez de la Renteria, drawn up in Form of a Dialogue, by Lu- vol. 2. cas María Romero y Serrano, &c.

3. Obras Poeticas de D. Ignacio de MeThis work is an easy and luminous in- rás Gueipo de Llino, Ayuda de Cámara del troduction into the science of numbers, Rey, nuestro Senor, tomo I. en 8vo. The and the second part is rendered peculiarly Poetical Works of D. Ignacio de Merás useful to the Spanish youth, by an exact Gueipo de Llano, Groom of the Bedcomparative table of the coins, weights, chamber to his Majesty, vol. 1. in 8vo. and measures, of Catalonia, Valencia, Ar This volume contains the following ragon, Navarre, Majorca, and Minorca, compositions : Teonea, an original tragedy, and their reduction to the rial de Vellon, in five acts; the Death of Barbarossa, a faand the Castilian pound and yard. mous pirate and usurper of the kingdoms CLASSICAL LITERATURE,

of Tunis and Tremesen, and of the city

of Argel; an heroic poem, in one canto ; 1. Obras de Safo, Erinna, Alcman, Ste a variety of sonnets in praise of the kings fichoro, Alceo, Ibico, Simonides, Bachilides, of Spain, and other personages ; funeral Archiloco, Alfeo, Pra:ino y Menalipides, tra- eulogiums on the Spanish infant D. Luis, ducidas del Griego en Verso Caftellano, por on Frederick II. king of Prutlia, on ČaD. Joseph y D. Bernabé Cunga Argüelles, therine II. empress of Russia, and other un tomo en 410. The Works of Sappho, illustrious characters ; amorous odes, &c. Erinna, Alcman, Stesichorus, Alceus, 4. Poesias Elcogidas de Frey Lope de Ibicus, Simonides, Bacchylides, Archi- Vega Carpio, &c. un tomo, en 8vo. Select locus, Alpheus, Prutinus, and Menalipides, Poems, by F. Lope de Vega Carpio, &c. translated from the Greek into Spanilh i vol. 8vo. verse, by D. Joseph, and D. Bernabé This collection contains the best comCanga Argüelles, i vol. 410.

positions of this celebrated poet, which This volume contains the odes and epi- he published under his own name, as well grams of the said authors, which are itill as under

that of Tome de Burguillos, extant, preceded by, their lives ; at the M. A. Prefixed is a short account of his end are introduced some of the best Spa- life, and a discourse on lyric poetry, and niih lyric poems. The translation of the the ancient and modern ode, translated remaining Greek lyric poets, is to be con• from Marmontel's works, with some rinued with the utmost affiduity.

additions.

5. Porfias, de D. Joseph Mor de Fuentes, 1. Las Poecias de D. Francisco Gregorio parte 2. Poems, by D. Joseph Mor de de Salas, dos tomos, en 8vo. corregidas y Fuentes, p. 2. uumentadas con nuevo acopio de Epigramas, Poemas, y Discursos Académicos.

The 1. Explicacion de las Eftatuas, Fuentes, y Poems of D. Francisco Gregorio de Salas, Jarrones del Jardin del Real Sitio de s. z vols. in 8vo. corrected, and enlarged by Ildefonso, Sucesos y Personages, que reprea new addition of Epigrams, Poems, and sentan, 36. An Explanation of the StaAcademical Lectures.

cues, Fountains, and Bafons, of the RoyThis work is the sixth edition of the al Seat of St. Ildephonso ; of the Events poems of Salas, known to be peculiar fa- and Personages they represent, &c. vourites of the Spanish public. They are 2. El juego de les feis Estampas grandes divided into three parts, the first of which que representan las principales vistas de las contains the pastorals, entitled, Observa- evoluciones y maniobras del combate naval torio ruftico, and Dalmiro y Silvano ; the de Cabo Sicié, entre la Squadra combinada second, the eulogiums on Extremadura, de Espana y Francia, al mando de D. Juan and the deceased Spanish authors, who Yoseph Navarro y M. Ducout, y la Inglesa,

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POETRY.

THE ARTS.

BIOGRAPHY.

No. 11.

1928

Retrospect of Spanish Literature. Genealogy, &c. [Sup. dil Almirante Matbews, ocurrido en 22 de fiones continuadas de las principales FamiFebrero en 1744. A Set of the six large lias del Reyno, y con la Ilustracion del Prin. Engravings, which represent the princi- cipado de Asturias : o£to tomos en 410. A pal Views of the Evolutions and Ma- chronological and genealogical History of næuvres in the Sca-fight off Cape Sicie, the Origin of the Spanish Nobility, of between the combined Spanish and French their Antiquity, Claffes, and Distinctions; Fleet, commanded by D. Juan Joseph with the Series of Succeffions of the prinNavarro, and Mr. Ducoust, and the Eng. cipal Families in the Kingdom, and exJish, under the Orders of Admiral Mat- planatory Remarks on the Principality of thews, which took place on the 22d of Afurias; 8 vols. in 4to. February, 1744.

3. Enampa de la Resurreccion del Senor, 1. Compendio Hiftorico de la Vida, Vis. Pintura de Carlos Vanloo, y:gravada por D. tụdes, y Milagros del beato Juan de Ribeira, Mariana Latasa. A Print, representing Pairiarca de Antioqua, Arzobispo, Virey, the Resurrection of our Saviour, after a y Capitan-general de la Ciudad de Valen. Picture, by Charles Vanloo, engraved by cua, &c. An historical Abridgment of D. Mariana Latala.

the Life, Virtues and Miracles of the late 4. Coleccion de seis Estampas que represen- Juan de Ribeira, Patriarch of Antiochia, tan varias Pofitiones y Maniobras de la Ar- Archbishop, Viceroy, and Captain-gene, tilleria volante ó de á caballo, &c. A Col- ral of the City of Valencia. Jection of six Prints, representing various 2. Vida del Conde de Buffon, traducida Positions and Manæuvres of the Flying, del Frances, y aumentada con Memorias exor Horse Artillery, &c.

trangeras pertenecientes a los Hecbos y Escritos 5. Guaderno u 1. de la Coleccion de Retra. de este celebrado Naturalista de nuesto Siglo, tos de los Espanoles Illuftres, SC. A Co!

y con un Apendice y varias Nutas. The lection of Portraits of Illustrious Spaniare Life of Count Buffon, translated from the

French, and augmented with several foThis number contains the portraits of reign Memoirs, relative to the AcbieveD. Rodrigo Ximenes, Juan de Torquema- menis and Writings of that celebrated Nada, Francisco Pizarro, Diego Garcia de turalift of ibis Age, with an Appendix, and Paredes,' Santo Tomas de Villanueva, greui Variety of Notes. and Hernando de Soto.

3. Vida y Suceros prósperos y «dversos de 6.Coleccion de Estampas de todos los Retra- D. F. Bartolomé de Carranza y Mi anda, zos de los Reyes de Espana, &c. A Col- Arzobispo de Toledo, &c. por el Di. Sulazar Section of Prints, containing all the Por- de Miranda : dada á luz por D. Antonio traits of the Kings of Spain, &c.

Valladares de Sotomayor. The Life, and Under each portrait is a note, pointo the prosperous as well as adverse Events ing out the year of the king's accellion of D: F. Bartolomé de Carranza y Miran. iu the throne, and of his death.

da, Archbishop of Toledo, &c. by D. Sa7. Los quatro Libros de Arquitectura Civil lazar de Miranda : published by D. Anwie Andrca Paládio, Vicentino, raducidos sonio Valladares de Somayor. del lialiano, é ilustrados con Notas, por D. AGRICULTURE AND HUSBANDRY.' Fofeph Ortiz y Sanz, Presbytero, tomo 1, en 1. Tratado de la Propagacion grneral Jolio mayor.

The four Books of Civil de Paraias : frzunda Edicion, que contiene Architeciure, by Andrea Paladio, of Vi. los nociernos Experimentos, Progrejos y Efeccenza, translated from the Italian, and tos en el Norte, tan desconocidas aqui come zilujirated with Notes, by D. Juliph Ortiz nect/ario pura Noticia publica : fu Autor D. y Sanz, Presbyrer.

Henrique Doyle. A Treatile on the geneThis is the first volume of the works of ral Propagation of Poratoes'; the fecond Paladio, which the present king of Spain edition, which contains the modern Exhas ordered to be translated, in imitation periments, Progrefits, and their Results in of his father, by whose orders, and at the Norih, as unknown h-re, as they de. whose expence, the works of Vitruvius serve pub.ic Novice, by Henrique Doyle. were translated into Spanil. The vo The author points out, in a c.ear and lume before us contains 96 engravings, instructive manner, the best methods of including the Portraits of Paladio, and of cultivating and improving this useful root, the Prince of Peace, to whom the work and tra's, in a peculiar chapter, on is dedicated.

cultivation, use, and utility in the kingGENEALOGY AND ANTIQUITIES. dom of Peru.

1. Historia cronológica y genealógica del primitivo Origen de la Nobleza de Ejpana, ju 1. Maze geography a uel Obiado de PlaAntiguedad, Clafes y Diferencias, con Succe- cenila, gzie compreberde el Partido de fie

Nombre,

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GEOGRAPHY.

Val. V.] Retrospect of Spanish Literature. Topography, &c. 529 Nombre, las Vicarias de Truxillo, Béjar, 37 An universal Collection of Voyages, Medellin, faraicejo, faraiz, y Cabezuela, &c. No. 31. y tambien la Abadia de Cabanas : por D. This number of the above work comTomas Lopez, &c. A geographical Map prises the voyage to the Canaries, and of the Bishopric of Placencia, compre- the island of Madeira. hending the District of that Name, the 3. El Viagero univerfal, &c. Quaderno Vicarages of Truxillo, Bejas, Medellin, 33. An universal Collection of Voyages, Jaraicejo, Jaraiz, and Cabezuela, and &c. No. 33. also the Abbey of Cabanas : by D. To. This present number, which completes mas Lopez, &c.

Vol. Xl. contains the discovery of Ame. 2. Dos Cartas esféricas de los Reconocimientos rica, and a description of the island of St. en 1992, en la Costa N. O. de América, para D mingo: examinar la Entrada de Juan de Fuca la 4. El Viag ero universal, &c. Quaderno Internacion de sus Canales navegables, levan. 37. An universal Collection of Voyages, tadas de Orden del Rey, nuebro Senor abordo &c. No. 37. de la Goleta Suxily Mexicana, por los Capi This number concludes the description lanes de Navio de la Real Armada D. Dio- of the province of Guayaquil, and connifio Alcala Galiano y D. Cayetano Valdés. cains the beginning of the journey to Two spherical Maps of the Survey of the Ouito. north-east Coast of America, made by his 5. El Viagero universal, &c. Quaderno Majesty's Command, in the Year 1792, 38. An universal Collection of Voyages, with a view of exploring the Entrance of &c. No. 38. Juan de Fuca, and the Extent of its na This number contains a continuation of vigable Canals, on board the Sloops Su. the description of the kingdom of Quito, vil and Mexicana, by D. Dionisis'Alcala of the river Maraxon, and of the AmaGaliano, and D. Cayetano Valdés, Cap- zons, &c. rains in the Royal Navy.

6. El Viagero universal, Sc. Quaderno The various opinions entertained by the 39 geographers of the last two centuries, This number contains an account of the with respect to the existence and extent customs of the Indians, and of the pro• of the above canals, and their pretended ductions of the province of Quito. communication with the Atlantic, render 7. El Viagero universal, &c. Quaderno the account of the voyage of these two 40. Noops, which is preparing for the press, In this number is contained the voyage extreinely important; for the reading of to Lima. which these maps are as indispensibly requifite, as they are necessary for naviga 1. La Holandesa, comedia nueva en tres tors, who visit that coast.

aftos, su autor D. Caspar y Zamora; EL TOPOGRAPHY.

Amor Constante, drama en un acto, por el 1. Compendio de las Grandezas del Real Mismo, &c. The Dutch Girl, a new Monasterio de S. Lorenzo del Escurial, unic comedy in three aêts, by D. Caspar and ca Maravilla del Mundo. An Abridg. Zamora ; The Constant Love, a play in ment of the Grandeurs of the Royal Mo one act, by the same author. nastery of St. Lorenzo of the Escurial, a 2. Armida y Reynaldoprimera y segunda matchless Wonder of the World.

parte, escritas por D. Vicente Ramirez de VOYAGES AND TRAVELS. Arellano, y representadas por la Compania de 1. El Viagero universel ó Noticia del Navarro. Armida and Reinaldo, first and Mundo antigko y nuevo, obra recopilada de second part, written by D. Vicente Rami. Los Mejores Viageros, por D. Pedro Ejtaia, rez de Arellano, and represented by the Presbitero, Quaderno 30. An universal Company of Navarro, Collection of Travels, or Introduction 3. Relacion fisica de las Comedias y al to the Knowledge of the ancient and Corazon del Hombre, en que se declaran los modern World, recompiled from the best movimientos é impresiones, que causan á fin Collections of Travels, by D. Pedro Efta. de deleytar y divertir a los concurrentes. A ta, Presbyter, No. 30.

Physiological Account of Plays, and of This number of the voluminous work, the Human Heart, wherein are illus. contains the voyage to the slave coait, and trated the sensations and impressions exto the kingdoms of Ardra, Benin, Congo, cited by the former, in order to delighe and Loango, and completes the tenth vo and amuse she audience. lume.

4. La Noche Trife de Troya, acto único, 2. El Piagero universal, $c. Quaderno for D. Vicente Ramirca di Arellano, &c.

MONTÉLY MAĆ. No. XXXIII.

THE DRAMA.

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