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FOREIGN REVIEW, No. v. age, to spare no exertion or expenditure in the formation of the CONTENTS.-I. Dominion of the Moors in Spain; Per

authors of the highest eminence, that, he ventures to assert, secution and Expulsion of the Moriseoes.-II. Thorlacius. An

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Most recent Discoveries tiquity of Rhyme.-III, Dutrochet. in Vegetable Physiology.-IV. German Playwrights, Grillparzer,

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Extempore

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