The artists repository and drawing magazine: exhibiting the principles of the polite arts in their various branches — 4.1790

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To the Binder,
The following lift contains the pages of plates to the

SECOND COURSE OF MISCELLANIES.

Page No. Page No,

53 Morning,publifhedin 21 59 Liberty — 31

54 Noon — 22 60 Juftice — 32

— Evening —• 24 65 Religion —- 33

55 Night — 25 — Hope — 34

56 Adoration — 23 —> Encouragement 35

— Architecture 26 66 Vanity — 36

57 Perfpective requeuing — Induftry — 37

affiftatice — 27 67 Hearing 20

58 Geometry affifting — Smelling —> 29

Perfpective 28 — Seeing — 38

59 War —1 30 — Feeling — 39

The Miscellaneous plates may be placed at pleafure.

The head of an angel, after Mr. Shelley.

The tipfy cobler afleep, after Worlidge.

Two foldiers, by Mortimer.

A young Turk's head, by Mortimer.

Boy, after Mr. Cofway.

Diana and Endymion, after Mr. Roffi.

Two dancing figures from Herculaneum

Portrait of PoussiN, p. 33. Of HoLLAR, p. 47,
Of Rysbrack, p. 64.

The directions for placing the plates to the firft
feries of lectures, are at p. 209 ; thefe are placed all to-
gether at the end of the volume, after the letter-prefs.

The directions for placing the plates to the fecond
feries of lectures, are at p. 228, where their proper
pages are noted.

The directions for placing the plates to the firft
couri'e of Mifcellanies, are at p. 185, &c.

The directions for placing the plates to the Dl£«
TIonary, are at p. 144, and following.

FINIS.
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