1 SEPTEMBER 1832, Page 20

We are impatient for the second part of EDWARD COOKE'S

masterly etchings of the Old and New London Bridges. Now that the last ves- tiges of the redoubted old structure are fast disappearing, we are anxious to possess some memorial of the progress of its demolition ; and these bold and effective plates are not only the most faithful, but they are beautiful as pictures. We prefer these spirited etchings to finished engravings; they have more freedom and equal force.