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[No. 11. August 9, 1829.]

III.

THE SACRED LYRE; comprising Poems, DevoADVERTISEMENTS,

tional, Moral, and Preceptive; including many Original Pieces ;

with an Introductory Essay on Sacred Poetry. A New Edition, in a Connected with Literature, Science, and the Arts. neat Pocket Volume, embellished with an elegant Frontispiece and

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“We were most agreeably disappointed, on turning over the leaves LIBRARY OF ENTERTAINING KNOW.

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of its contents. Collectors of Sacred Poetry too often confine themLEDGE.

selves to the mere followers of Sternhold and Hopkins, and rarely

venture to cull any thing higher than the amiable effusions of Dr Published this day,

Isaac Watts. The Editor of the Sacred Lyre, however, appears to THE PURSUIT of KNOWLEDGE under DIF- have said to himself, paullo majora canamus; and accordingly, has FICULTIES, illustrated by Anecdotes.

levied contributions from every great name in the Calendar of Bri. This part of the LIBRARY of ENTERTAINING KNOW.

tish Poets. It is with real confidence, ther fore, that we recommend

this Volume to our readers. LEDGE contains two Portraits, engraved on Steel, of John Hun.

The Holy Flame of Divine Love, and TER and JAMES FERGUSON.

the sublimer Truths of Christianity, fall with tenfold force upon

the heart and understanding, when conveyed in the harmonious numThe MENAGERIES, Vol. I. is now ready, neatly bound in cloth bers of real Poetical Genius ; and when Pope and Goldsmith, Parand lettered, price 18. 60.

nell and Campbell, Scott and Byron, strike the lyre, who will resist London : CHARLES KNIGHT, Pall-Mall East. Edinburgh : OLI. the impression ?"-Literary Museum. VER & BOYD, Tweeddale Court.

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accurately detailed, and his literary powers justly and pleasingly es. .". This little miscellany has been gathered chiefly from Modern timated, but the affectation of hypercriticism, so much in vogue, and Writers in Theology. Its design is highly laudable, and it has

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III.

THE SACRED LYRE; comprising Poems, Devo. ADVERTISEMENTS,

tional, Moral, and Preceptive; including many Original Pieces;

with an Introductory Essay on Sacred Poetry. A New Edition, in a Connected with Literature, Science, and the Arts.

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of its contents. Collectors of Sacred Poetry too often confine them

selves to the mere followers of Sternhold and Hopkins, and rarely No. VIII. Or

yenture to cull any thing higher than the amiable effusions of Dr

Isaac Watts. The Editor of the Sacred Lyre, however, appears to THE FOREIGN QUARTERLY REVIEW. have said to himself, paullo majora canamus ; and accordingly, has CONTENTS:

levied contributions from every great name in the Calendar of Bri. I. Revolutions of Naples in 1617 and 1618.-11. Mozart. III.

tish Poets. It is with real confidence, therefore, that we recommend Hieroglyphics.-IV. Marino Faliero; Lord Byron and Casimir De

this Volume to our readers. The Holy Flame of Divine Love, and lavigne.-v. Letting of land; Metayer System.-VI. Spanish Epic the sublimer Truths of Christianity, fall with tenfold force upon Poetry : Ercilla's Araucana. -VII. Wessenberg and the Roman Ca- the heart and understanding, when conveyed in the harmonious numtholic Church in Germany.-VIII. The Black Sea and the Caucasus.

bers of real Poetical Genius; and when Pope and Goldsmith, Par. -IX. Méry and Barthelemy: The Son of the Man.-X. History of nell and Campbell, Scott and Byron, strike the lyre, who will resist the Knights Tempúars.-X1. Rosini's Nun of Monza.-XII. to XX. the impression ?"-Literary Museum. Critical sketches of Latin, German, French, &c. Works.--Miscel

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VII. present period. By WILLIAM

JONES, M.A., author of the “History of the Waldenses, "'"Biblical Cyclopædia," &c.

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exempt. The few incidents which compose the career of White are "This little miscellany has been gathered chiefly from Modern

accurately detailed, and his literary powers justly and pleasingly esWriters in Theology. Its design is highly laudable, and it has imated, but the affectation of hypercriticism, so much in vogue, and been executed with good taste and judgment."-Scottish Literary ted to intrude.

the redundancy of literary digression, are not for a moment permite Gazette. “We can safely recommend this Volume as a useful pocket com

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