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JANUARY, FEBRUARY, MARCH, APRIL,
MAY, AND JUNE.
eft miferorum us malevolentes fint, atque invideant bonis.
PRIVTED FOR F. C. AND J. RIVINGTON,
NO 62, ST. PAUL'S CHURCH-YARD.
Printed loy Law and Gilbert, St. Juln's Square, Clerkenwelle
W HILE a ray of light begins to beam upon us
from an unexpected quarter, we commence a new Preface. Whether the late events will lead to á happy and extensive change in Europe, or only to fresh scenes of cruelty and carnage, must for fome cime be uncertain : but we, who have always been no less friendly to true liberty, than hostile to democratic anarchy, cannot but fend up the warmest vows in favour of the Spanish Patriots, whose glorious example, if it should animate other countries to a like resistance, would soon produce the downfall and disgrace of usurpation and injustice.
-Quod felix fauftumque fiet. In the mean time, we keep the even tenor of our way, and commence our sketch of Literature with that which in this country ever has, and we trust ever will be considered as the most important topic.
We shall begin with volumes of Sermons, as they happen to be at present the most memorable articles on our lift; and first with the truly excellent volume