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[77e Caskctand Gcntlcm ris Unïtzd."] A new volume under the above title, of the well estnblished nnd Fashonable Magazine. The Philadelphia Cnskei in conjunction with the Genleman's Magazine, wliich has been eyery where pronounced to be the most readable and popuia of the dny, wil be opened on the first day oi Janjary, 1812. wnh an array of contributors sccured by theunion of talent, of (ame, which no periódica! in the country can bast or pr tend to revle. The December number will however, be a specimen ot the new volume. The volume will be opened with a new and beautnul type, ihe finestwhitenaper, and with the first of a series oi embeliishment8 unsurpassed by any whmh have yet appeared in nny Magazine. The stylo ofclegance the beauty and finish ot these illustrations, and the evtensive improvements which will be made in us typoraphical appearance. and above all the tone ol its literary department, by the brilliant array of contributors, whose anieles have enriched the pages of each number, will give it a character, second to no Magazine in the Union. The character of the articles which shall appear in its pages, will be equnlly rem ved irom a sickly sentimentality. and Irom an eflectation of moralitv,but whilea truedelineation of human nature in every varie:y ol passion is aimed at, nothing shnll be tóund in its pages to cause a bíush upon the cheek of the most pure. The Ltterary Character will be sufficiently guaranieed by tbe reputation of both Magazines ihus uniied. for years past. Writers of the first rank have boen regular contributors to their pages, and the tales and sketches published in them have been widely copied nnd read. and the firni and independent tone of the criticisms, upon the current literature of the day has been every where approved and com ïiende, The list of Contributors embraces the names of most of the principal writers in America, with a respectable number of English authors. In ad.lition, the diftinguished services of a host ot anonymous writers of no ordinary abilit es have given worth and character to the paes ol the Magazines. The series of well known "nauticnl papers entitled " Cruising in the Last War," have had a run, unequaled by any series published in any Magazine, for years. The author promises to open the first of a new series of " Tales of the Sea," and from his known abiliiies as a depicter of sea scènes and life. much may be relied upon trom him in maintaining the popularity of the Magazine. Papers may be expected during the volume also from the author of the well Known articles entitled "The Log of Old Ironsides."- The author of ' Syrian Letters,' will also iend his powerful and graceful pen to sustain and increase the reputation of the work The valuable aid of the author of 'Leaves from a Lawyers Port Folio' has also been secured - and wc may expect somethingstill more thrilling from the spacious stores which a long life in the profession has enabledhim to amaes. Anoccasional Chit-Chat with 'Jeremy , Short' and c Oliver Oldfeliow' is also promised with a variety of choice articles in prose and verse, "rom various writers of celebrity, as contributors ' o the prominent Magazines of the country. The Editors of both Magazines continue their services under the new arrangement. iVith such an array of talent, a Magazine ofunrivalled attractions. ' may aafely be promised the coming volume. FASHIONS AND ENGRAVINGS.Jn compliance with the almost unanimous wish of our lady subscribers. we shall, the ensuing volume, furnish them with a beautiful and correct plate of Fashions. Monthly, a feature, it is believed, thatwill neitherbe unwelcome nor unpopular. These fashion pintes shall be drawn from original lesigns from Paris and London, and may always he depended upon as the prevailing style in Philalphia and New York for the month in which ney are ssued. These however, shall in no wise nterfere with the regular and choice engravings nd music which accompany each number of the work. The splendid Mezzotint engravings from he burin of Sartain, which have been so justly dmired, will be followed during the volume by everal from the same hand. while the steel engraings in the best style of art from interesTing ce-ies shall etill enrich the Magazine. The choie=t pieces of music for the Piano and Guitar shall ccompany each number of the work TIME OF PUBLIC ATION. The work will be published on the first of the rionth in every quarter of the Union. The most distant subscriber will consequently raceive it on hat day, as well as those who reside in Philadelphia. In all the principal cities. agenta have been established, to whom the Magazine is forwarded. mor to the time oí issuing it. so that they may e delivered to resident subscribers by the iirst of he month. This is an important arrangement to listant subscribers, who become tired. importúnate and eventually discontinue many works, in consequence of the great delay by publishers. TERMS- Three Dollars per annum. or two copies yearly for five dollars, invariably in advance. post paid. No new subsciber received without the money, or the name of a responsible igent. For the accommodation of those who mny wish to subscribe for either ol the following Philadelphiaperiodirnl8, this LIBERAL PROPOSAL s made. Five dollars eurrent money free of postnce. we will t'orward Graham's Magazine, and Godey's Lady's Book for one year. Address post paid. GEO.R. GRAHAM, South west corner of Chestnut and Third Street Philadelphia.


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