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BATTLE OF NAVARIN.
GRAND NEW PERISTRÊPHIC PANORAMA.

On 31st December will be published,

No. 1. of
THE NEW SCOTS MAGAZINE.

The Proprietors, (the original inventors of the Peristrephio Panorama) have the honour most respectfully to ann unce to the Nobility and Public of Edinburgh and its Vicinity, that they have brought from London, and opened for Exhibition, in the

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OP TEN VIBWS OF THE
Its place has not since been supplied.
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BATTLE OF NAVARIN,
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Scotl nd. Its main object is to embody, in an unexpensive and

Fought on the 20th October 1827, convenient form, the annals of our times, and especially those of In the Harbour of NAVARIN, in the Morea, between the Fleets our own country, The last volume of the Edinburgh Annual

of BRITAIN, FRANCE, and RUSSIA, combined a ainst those Register was for the year 1826. The purposes, therefore, with

of TURKEY and EGYPT, in which Battle the two latter Fleets which the "New Scots MAGAZINE" has been established, is to

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