New copper-plate magazine. Published by J. Walker, no.44, Paternoster-Row. This day is published, number C. To be continued monthly, price one shilling and sixpence only, of the Copper-Plate Magazine; or, Monthly Cabinet of Picturesque Engravings. Intended to Comprise. All the most interesting, sublime, and beautiful Views of Principal Cities, Sea-Ports, Forests, Rivers, Lakes, Mountains, Royal Palaces, Seats of Nobility and Gentry, Curious Remains of Antiquity, Public Edifices, Parks, Gardens, &c. &c. in England, Scotland, Ireland, and Wales. Each Number contains Two exquisite Prints, engraved in a very superior Style, from Original Paintings and Drawings by the first Masters. with Letter-Press Descriptions. The Whole is printed in Quarto; and the Prints are all taken off after the Manner of Proofs, on Superfine Paper. London: Printed for J. Walker, No. 16, Rosoman's Street, Clerkenwell; and sold by J. Walker, No. 44, Paternoster Row; W. Clarke, New Bond Street; T. Knott, No. 47, Lombard Street; and all other Booksellers, Printsellers, Stationers, and Newsmen, in Great Britain and Ireland. *-* Correspondents are requested to address their favours, post paid, to Mr. Walker, Engraver, No. 16, Rosoman's Street. N. B. A few selected First Impressions, hot-pressed, may be had in Boards, price 71. 10s. the One Hundred Numbers already published. - Those Gentlemen who have Proofs of the former Part of the Work, are recommended to perfect them soon, as the Price will be raised.
Memoirs of James Lackington, who from the humble station of a journeyman shoemaker, by great industry, amassed a large fortune, and now lives in a splendid stile, in London. Containing, among other curious and facetious anecdotes, a succinct account of the watch-nights, classes, bands, love-feasts, &c. of the Methodists; with specimens of Mr. Wesley's and Mr. Whitfield's [i.e., Whitefield's] mode of preaching, and the means made use of by them in propogating their tenets. Written by himself. Formerly one of the brethren of Mr. Wesley's church.
- Lackington, James, 1746-1815.