Gnijtttaiul ('â â : km,',ris U. t â .'.] A r.cv volÃºioe â â â oÃ ht. well eetablÃshcÃ¡ ;::)'! Fnshonable Magazine. Tb.fi PhÃ¼adelpÃiiu Cashet m cqnjirtictiÃÃÃ with Ãºe ilciiiiiii's -Magazine, wliÃdi lias been cvc.-y where pronounced to be tlie most readable and popula i ot' tlic dny, wili be oponed on the frst day oÃ January, 181"'. wiih nn array of' conuibutois secnrefl !y ilie uniÃ³n ol" talent, ot lame, which rio period! ical Ãn thc country can bo.ibt or pr lend to rcvle. i Tlie December nurriber vvill howevcr. be a Ã©pÃ©cvI men of tiie new volume. Tiic volume wiil be I oponed with a ncw and benutiml ty;o, Ãhe fincstI whitc o:iper, and with tho tirst oÃ a ropi-s oi ern bcllishmonts unsurpassed by any which have yct appeared in Ãiny Mngainc. Thc siy!; of elearancc the beauty and iÃ¯nish ol these illustraiions. and tha cvtensive improvements which wili be made n its typnrnpiÃicril appcarnncc. and nbove nll the tone oi its lilcraiy dcprirtnifnt. by thc brillinnt array of contributors, tvftaseerticles have enriched the pages of cach nurÃ±ber, wili give it a character, second to no Magazine in the Union. The charpeter of the artic'.cE which Ãhall appear in its pages, wili be cqunlly rem ved ironi a sickly eentimentality, and irom nn efTeetntlon Ã³f moralitv,but whileo tiue delineation of human nature in every variety ol pÃ¶Ã¨Ã¨ion is aimed at. hblhing s!i;:ll 6e (bund in its pages to cause a blush upon ihe check of the most pure. Tho LitÃ©rary Character wili le sufilciently guaran teedby the repwiation of both Magazines thus united. ror yems pnst. Wriiers of the first rank have boen regular contributors to their pages, and the tales and sketches pujbÃ¼shed '" ilicm have been widely copied nnd read. and thc linn and independent tone of' tbc criricisnis. upon the current literaturc of the dayhasbaen every wherc approved and coinitende, The list of Contiibiitors embraces the names of most of the principal wriiers in America, with a reepeclnblenumber of Engliih aulhors. J ii adJition, the di.-iinguishcd services of a host of anonymous writers of no ordinary abilites have given worth nnd characier to the pages of the Magazines. The series of well known nnutical papers entitled ' Ciuising in the Last War." have had a run, unequaled by any series publishcd in any Magazine, for years. Thc author proniises to open the fust of a new series of " Tales of the Sea," nnd from his known abilities as a depicter of sea scÃ¨nes and life. nmch niay be relied upon trom him in maintaining the popularity oi the Magazine. Papers may be expected during the volume alsu from the author of the we!l Known anieles entitled "The Log of Old Ironsides.'-' - The author ol' ' Syrian Letters.' wiil also iend liis powcrft'.l and graceful pen to sustain and incrense the reputation of the work The valunble aid of the author of Lcavcs from a Lawyers Port Foiio' bas also been secured - and we niay expect somethingstill more thrilling from the &pacious stores whicli a long life in the profession has.enabled him to amass. Anoccasional Chit-Chat with 'Jeremy Short' and ' Oliver Ãfdfellpw' is also promiscel with a variety ofchoice anieles in prose and verse, from various writers of cdebrity, as contributors to thc prominent Magazines of the country. The Editors of both Magazines continue their services under the ncw arrangement. iVith sueh an array of talent, a Magazine ofunrivalled attractions. may safely be piomised the coming volume. FASHIONS AND EiVGRAVINGS. 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