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F.R. S. &c. comprising a Series of Letters on Miscellaneous,
Literary, and Political Subjects: written between the Years
1753 and 1790 ; illustrating the Memoirs of his Public and
Private Life, and developing the Secret History of his Political
Transactions and Negotiations. By his Grandson, William
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History, &c. By Hugh Murray, Esq. F. R. S.E.
LONDON CRITICAL JOURNAL.
ART. I.-THE LATE PRINCESS CHARLOTTE. 1. A Cypress Wreath, for the Tomb of her late Royal Highness the
Princess Charlotte of Wales : containing original Tributes to her Memory, by J. Gwilliam, and others: with a Selection of the best Pieces that have appeared on the Subject : to which is prefixed, a Biographical Memoir of her Royal Highness, by J.
Coote. 12mo. pp. 208. Sherwood and Co. London, 1817. 2. A Biographical Memoir of the public and private Life of the
much lamented Princess Charlotte Augusta of Wales and SaxeCobourg : illustrated with Recollections, Anecdotes, and Traits of Character, including incidental Observations upon Persons and Events connected with the Subject of the Memoir ; accompanied by explanatory and authentic Documents in an Appendix. 8vo.
pp. 352. Booth. London, 1817. 3. A Sermon delivered in the Tron Church, Glasgow, on Wednes
day, Nov. 19, 1817, the Day of the Funeral of her Royal Highness the Princess Charlotte of Wales. By Thomas Chalmers, D.D. Minister of the Tron Church, Glasgow.
8vo. Second Edition. Whyte. Edinburgh, 1817. 4. A Poem on the Death of Her Royal Highness the Princess
Charlotte of Wales and Saxe-Cobourg. By the Rev. R. Kennedy, A.M. late Fellow of St. John's College, Cambridge, and now Minister of St. Paul's Chapel, Birmingham. 8vo. pp. 38. Hatchard.
Hatchard. London, 1817. THERE are three descriptions of writers to whose pens the melancholy loss which the nation has lately sustained has princi
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