The Second Part of the "Anatomy," exhibiting the Members in
their PERSONAL and SOCIAL RELATIONS, willbe published in our next Number. Though scarcely less important than the portion of the "Anatomy" which crowds our present Number, the second part will not be permitted to subtract so largely from the usual varieties of the SPECTATOR. Our new Subscribers must not regard the present or next Numbers as specimens of the fulfilment of the SPECTATOR'S general scheme,but rather as evidences of a desire to come well prepared to the consideration of a subject which is likely to be the most prominent question of the year 1831.
Our unnoticed Correspondents must bear with us for another week.