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A WEEKLY LITERARY JOURNAL:
ON SUBJECTS OF LITERATURE, THE FINE ARTS AND
ACCOUNT OF RARE AND CURIOUS BOOKS, AND OF THE
OF THE SEVENTEENTH CENTURY.
III. ROYAL INSTITUTION.
ANALYSES OF THE LECTURES DELIVERED WEEKLY.
IV. BRITISH GALLERY.
OF THE PRINCIPAL PICTURES EXHI-
PRINTED BY WILLIAM SAVAGE, BEDFORD BURY:
No. 13. SATURDAY, APRIL 18, 1807.
Φανερὸν, ὅτι δύναται ποιόν τι τὸ τῆς ψυχῆς ἦθος ἡ Μουσικὴ παρασκευάζειν
It is manifest that Music is capable of producing a permanent effect, in forming the character of the soul.
To the Director.
THOSE persons certainly entertain a very mean and degrading opinion of the polite arts, who consider them merely as subservient to amusement, or at most to that cultivation of mind which,
Emollit mores, nec sinit esse feros.
THE history of the world evinces that they have all a natural and close alliance