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THE LADY'S MONTHLY MUSEUM
[Advertisement. 1813]
It must be the anxious wish of every parent to place such works in the hands of those committed to his care as may not only possess the negative virtues of harmless amusement, but the more important one of moral instruction: The Lady's Museum, published monthly, at one shilling and six-pence per number, will be found the cheapest, and, ... one of the most respectable publications extant. ... The thirteenth volume of the new series ... is just completed, ...
[London]: [1813].
[2] p. ; 22.3 cm. (8º)

At foot of recto: 1813. The Lady's Monthly Museum ran from July 1798 to December 1828 (see ESTC p2224). The verso advertises stereotype editions printed by and for J.W.H. Payne and sold by G. Cowie and Co., and books published by G. Cowie and Co., successors to Vernor, Hood, and Sharpe.

Copy Notes Bound as issued at the end of a copy of The European Magazine for January 1813 (q.v. copy 6), with two other magazine advertisements.

Reference Number 6660


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