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Le Portefeuille Francais, published in London and Worcester, shall be revised in due time. The French works that we review are generally those newly published at Paris, and which are trans. mitted from thence for our inspection. Some of the subjects that compose the melange of Le Portefeuille Francais, are not new, and have already been treated of in LA BELLE ASSEMBLEE, which, should it adopt any fresh anecdotes, &c. from Le Portefeuille Francais, the author will be sure to have the credit given to him.
The Sojourner is unavoidably delayed till our next Number.
The Statement of Facts relative to the case of Mrs. Scarborough, shall be treated of as early as possible; but such statements require close investigation, and caution in the perusal.
The valuable Letters and Tale of Female Heroism, from our respected Caledonian Correspondent, came too late for insertion this month, they shall certainly meet with prompt insertion.
We thank ZEPHYRUS for his hints; but it is not likely we should contradict in one Number what we are authorized in stating in another.
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SEPTEMBER 1, 1818.
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