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the works ander review is deserving of serious consideration, and that tbe two latter are little worth.
The Fourth Volume of the Village Preacher. By a Clergyman of the Church of England. 12mo. 58.
Five Sermons, ou several Occasions, preached before the University of Oxford. By R. Whately, M.A. Fellow of Oriel College. 4s. Conversations on the Bible. By a Lady, 12mo. 78.
The Articles of Religion practically considered; in a Sermon preached at Crambe, Yorkshire, October 5th, 1823, on taking Possession of the Living. By the Rev. J. Richardson, M.A. of Queen's College, Oxford. 15. 6d.
A Prophetical Connexion between the Old Testament and the New. 1s.
Au Explanation of Dr. Watts's Hymus for Children, in Questions and Answers. By a Lady. 8d. Evidences of a Future Staté. By the Rev. T. Watson. Part 2. 8vo. 68.
An Essay on the Nature and Design of Scripture Sacrifices; in which the Theory of Archbishop Magee is controverted. By the late Rev. J. Nicol, Minister of the Parish of Traquair, near Peebles. 8vo. _12s.
Sernions, by the late Rev. T. N. Toller, of Kettering; with a Memoir of the Author, by the Rev. R. Hall, A.M. of Leicester. 8vo. 10s.
A Monitor to Families; or Discourses on some of the Duties and Scenes of Domestic Life. By the Rev. H. Belfrage, Minister in Falkirk. 12mo.
78. 6d. The Doctrines of General Redemption, as held by the Church of England and by the early Dutch Arminians, exhibited in their scriptural Evidence, and in their Connection with the civil and religious Liberties of Mankind. By James Nichols. 8vo. 16s.
The Pupil's Pharmacopeia, being a literal Translation of the London Latin Pharmacopeia, with a List of abbreviated Terms used in Physician's Prescriptions, &c. By W. Maugham, Surgeon. 12mo. 6s.
Observations illustrative of the History and Treatment of Chronic Debility, &c. By W. Shearman, M.D. President of the Medical Society of London, &c. 8vo. 7s.
On the Nature and Treatment of the Distortions to which the Spine and the Bones of the Chest are subject. By J. Shaw, Surgeon and Lecturer on Anatomy. 8vo. 10s, 6d.
A Treatise on the Radical Cure of Ruptures. By W. Dufour, Surgeon. 58. The New Navigation Acts, with Notes and Observations, and an Index to the Whole. By T. W. Tyndall, of the Middle Temple, Esq. 12mo. 9s.
The Law of Landlord and Tenant, with a View of the Origin and Foundation of Property in Land : and an Appendix. By R. Tabram, of Cambridge, Attorney at Law. 8vo. 6s. 6d.
Memoirs of Ferdinand the Seventh, King of the Spains. Translated from the Spanish, by M. J. Quin, Author of a Visit to Spain in 1822 and 1823. 8vo.
Rivingtons' Annual Register; or, a View of the History, Politics, and Literature of the Year 1799. 8vo. 11.
Memoirs of the Reign of George the Third, from the Treaty of Amiens, 1802, to the Termination of the Regency, 1820. By William Belsham. 2 vols. 8vo. - 11. 1s.
Travels in the Interior of Southern Africa. By W.J. Burchell, Esq. Vol. 2. 4to. 41. 14s. 6d.
A Tour through the Upper Provinces of Hindostan; comprising a Period be tween the Years 1804 and 1814, with Remarks and authentic Anecdotes : to which is annexed, a Guide up the River Ganges, with a Map from the Source to the Mouth. 8vo. 9s..
Letters from Caucasus and Georgia. - 8vo. 15s.
Sicily and its Islands : from a complete Survey, undertaken by Order of the Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty. By Captain W. H. Smyth, R.N. With 14 Plates. 4to. 21, 12s, 6d.
The Last Days of Spain; or an Historical Sketch of the Measures taken by the Continental Powers in order to destroy the Spanish Constitution. By an EyeWitness. 8vo. 38.
Remarks on the Condition of the Slaves in the Island of Jamaica. By William Sells, Member of the Royal College of Surgeons. 13. 6d.
The Gamester's Grave : in Two Cantos; and other Poems. By E. Sweedland. 12njo. 59.
The Nun: a Poetical Romance, and two others. 8vo. 7s.6d.
Horæ Jucosa; or, the Doggrel Decameron : being Ten Facetious Tales, in Verse. By J. Lunn, Esq. Author of " Amor Patriæ," &c. Foolscap. 4s. 6d.
Corfe Castle: or, Keniswitha : a Tale. 8vo. 12s.
The Vespers of Palermo: a Tragedy, in five Acts, as performed at Covent Garden Theatre, 3s.
Lorenzo, the Outcast Son; a Tragic Drama, with a Dedication, Preface, and a Brace of Epilogues. 35.
The Spectre of the Forest; or, Annals of Housatonic: a New England Romance. 3 vols. 12mo. 168. 6d.
Charlton; or, Scenes of the North of Ireland. By J. Gamble, Author of Irish Sketches, &c. 3 vols. 18s.
Percy Mallory. By the Author of Pen Owen. 3 vols. Post 8vo. 11. 108.
The Ionian; or, Woman in the Nineteenth Century. By Miss Renou. 3. vols 11. 1s.
Arthur Seymour. 2 vols. 128.
The Spae Wife. By the Author of Ringan Gilhaize, The Annals of the Parisht, &c. 3 vols. 11. 1s.
The Sea Songs of England : selected from Original Manuscripts, and early printed Copies, in the Library of William Kitchener, M.D. Folio. 21, 2s.
A Letter to Lord Grenville, on the Expulsion of Mr. Baillie from Christ Church, Oxford.
An Elementary Course of Gymnastic Exercises : illustrated by 30 Plates, most distinctly executed. By Captain P. H. Clias, formerly Director of the Gymnastic Establishment at Berne, &c. 7s.6d.
An Examination of the Hypothesis, advanced in a recent Publication, entitled Palæoromaica, maintaining in Opposition thereto, that the Text of the Elzevir Greek Testament is not a Translation from the Latin : with Observations, &c. By the Rev. W.G. Broughton, M.A. Curate of Hartley Westall, in Hampshire. 8vo. 9s.
A Treatise on the Culture and Management of Fruit Trees. By C. Harrison, F.H.S. London. 8vo. 12s.
Eccentric and Humourous Letters of eminent Men and Women, remarkable for Wit and Brilliancy of Imagination in their Correspondence. 18mo. 2s. 6d. A Letter to Sir E. Knatchbull
, Bart. M.P. in Reply to the Charges brought by the Rev. G. R. Gleig, M.A. against the Church Missionary Society. By the Rev. T. Bartlett, A.M. Rector of Kingstone, near Canterbury. 2s.
Virtue Rewarded ; exemplified in a Narrative, founded on Facis. 12mo. 3s.
Questions for Discussion in Literary Societies, and for private Study in Political Econoniy, Morals, Metaphysics, &c. with Remarks. By the Author of Essays on the Formation and Publication of Opinions. 8vo. 10s. 6d.
Graduati Cantabrigiensis; or, a Catalogue of the Names of those who have taken their Degrees at the University of Cambridge, from the Year 1659, to the End of October, 1823. Arranged in alphabetical Order. 8vo. 12s,
Original Letters, in the Times of Henry VI. Edward IV. and V. Richard III. and Henry VII. By Persons of Rank and Consideration. With Notes, &c. by the late Sir J. Fenn. 4to. Vol. 5. 21. 2s.
Legendre's Elements of Geometry, and of plain and spherical Trigonometry; edited by D. Brewster, L.L.D. F.R.S. With additional Notes and Improvements, 10s. 6d.
WORKS IN THE PRESS. The Parables of our Blessed Saviour, practically explained ; selected from the larger Commentary of Dean Stanhope. By the Rev. C. M. Mount, M. A. Minister of Christ Church, Bath. In a duodecimo volume.
A Commentary on the Vision of the Prophet Zechariah, with a corrected Translation, and critical Notes. By the Rev. Dr. Stonard, Rector of Aldingbam. In one volume 8vo.
A Volume of Sermons, in 8vo. By the Rev. John Coates, A.M. late Vicar of Huddersfield, and formerly Fellow of Catherine Hall, Cambridge.
An improved Edition of Milburn's Oriental Commerce; or the East India Trader's Complete Guide: abridged and brought down to the present time. By Thomas Thornton, In one large volume, 8vo. ! A Compendium of Algebra, with Notes and Demonstrations, showing the Reason of any Rule. By George Phillips.
Tales and Sketches of the West of Scotland. By a Gen. tleman in Glasgow.
The Rev. Charles Swan, (late of Catherine Hall, Cam- . bridge,) is preparing for publicativn a curious and interesting work under the foilowing title,-Gesla Romanorum, or Entertaining Moral Stories : invented by the Monks as a fire-side Recreation, and commonly applied in their discourses from the pulpit: from whence the most celebrated of our own Poets and others, from the earliest times, have extracted their plots. Translated from the Latin, and illustrated with original Notes by the Translator ; with the preliminary Observations of Warton and Douce.
Dr. Hooker, the Professor of Botany at Glasgow Univer sity, is preparing a complete System of Plants, arranged ac, cording to the Natural Orders, with a Linnean Index, and, illustrated with numerous coloured Plates. One object of the Author is to divest the study of Botany of the repelling feature of a dead language, in which it has hitherto been clothed, by adopting our own instead of the Latin, and thus to promote the cultivation of the science throughout all classes, of the community.
Dr. "Carey has issued Proposals for publishing, by Subscription, Lexicon Analogico-Latinum, on the plan of Hoogeveen's Greek Lexicon; with an Index Etymologicus, nearly resembling that of Gesner.
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the condition of the ...... ibid.
gro Slavery, intimate con-
spoken of by St. Jude and
Battle, verses on the night
manity, Kindness, Tender.
ness, distinction between 368
and Flower, dissen-
heroic conduct of
answer to a chal-
believes the established
worship of his country.... 3
radee, horrible rite per-
doctrines' held respectively
-, specimens of the
claims of, upon the people
and friends of Ireland 464
exaggeration in the state-
ments respecting .. 420
dy, and Louis of France,
retinue of 513
den, on the death of...... 573
West Indies, misrepresen->
tations respecting the 324
isso, his picture of the
ies, the Ascension of
the Cathedral of .:
on the style of .. ibid.