such prints there are a numerous class of
admirers. They are engraved in the dot-
ted style, in a manner so similar to each.
other, as to render them admirable com-
panions. - -
The late Mrs. Pope, in the charađer of juliet.
M. A. Shee, R. A pinx. W. Ward sculp.
A most fascinating and enchanting por-
trait of a beautiful woman; though it is
nothing more than a head, and has little to
do with the character of Juliet; but it is
a very good portrait, and very finely en-
graved in mezzotinto.
Gulliver managing his Boat before the King and
Queen f Brobdignag in a Water-trough.
Plate II. Gilray del. †.
Mr. Gilray's former delineation of the