THE WEEKLY VISITOR, OR, LADIES’ MISCELLANY – FEBRUARY 2, 1805

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Volume III, No. 18, Whole No. 122.  Ladies’ literary magazine, with fiction, poetry, light news, and a few advertisements.  “To Wake the Soul by Tender Strokes of Art, To Raise the Genius and to Mend the Heart”.  Printed and published by Ming & Young, No. 102, Water Street, New York.

9” x 10 ¾”. 8 pp.  Disbound with rough binding edge. Edge chipping. Contents include the continuation of a novel entitled “Bromley Velmot”; biography of Thomas Williams Malkin, “A Child of Extraordinary Attainments, who lately died at Hackney, (Eng.); Instructions of a Mexican Mother to Her Daughter; Scenes in Paris; marriages and deaths; and a page of poems.   [ld][ph:L]

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