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Authors: Ackermann, Rudolph, 1764-1834
Contributing Library: Philadelphia Museum of Art, Library
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rfti^tiftJIharfUaMMiaj THE 3&epo0ttorp OP ARTS, LITERATURE, FASHIONS, Manufactures^ §c. THE SECOND SERIES. Vol. IV. December 1, 1817. N° XXIV M E M O I It S OF THE ILiU, Beat!), anb Jfruuval OF Her Royal Highness the Princess CHARLOTTE AUGUSTA OF WALES. Never since the commencementof our labours have we taken upthe pen with feelings so acute, asto perform the task of rearing ahumble monument to her who, solately the object of the love, admi-ration, and hope of a loyal people,is now a source of agonizing sor-row, keen disappointment, and bit-ter regret. If, however, as we aretaught by the divine founder ofour religion, there is a special pro-vidence in the fall of a sparrow,we cannot but believe, that ourlovely Princess has been snatchedfrom us by an immediate dispen-sation of that Almighty Power whoguides the affairs of the world lohisown good purposes; and the wis-dom-of whose decrees, though in-scrutable to our limited compre-hensions, it would be not less fool-ish than impiou
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