Mirror of Literature,  10 (1827), 329–30.

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Transport, Machinery, Magic

    Begins: 'The locomotive facility with which the aid of our graphic department enables us to transport our readers, (for we have already sent them to Sydney,) is somewhat singular, not to say ludicrous; and would baffle the wand of Trismegistus, or the cap of Fortunatus himself' (329).

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