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BIOGRAPHY.

LONDON.
ANTIQUITIES.

CONCHOLOGY.
Part 6, of Provincial Antiquities, and A New and Classical Arrangement of
Picturesque Scenery of Scotland ; with the Bivalve Shells of the British Islands.
Historical Descriptions. By Sir Walter By W. Turton, M.D. 4to. with 20 plates,
Scott, Bart.

drawn and coloured from original speciARCHITECTURE.

mens in the author's cabinet. 24. Tracts on Vaults and Bridges ; contain

EDUCATION. ing Observations on the various forms of Saggio del Teatro Italiano Moderno; Vaults, on the taking down and rebuilding ossia Commedie e Tragedie Scelte de melLondon Bridge, and on the Principles of liori Scrittori recenti; con versioni delli Arches ; illustrated by extensive Tables of idiomi per le Commedie, ed illustrazioni Bridges. Also, containing the principles storiche alle Tragedie di Giambattista Ro of Pendant Bridges, with reference to the landi. 2 vols. 12mo. 168. boards. Catenary, applied to the Menai Bridge, An Easy Course of Domestic Educa and a theoretical Investigation of the Ca- tion; comprising a Series of Elementary tenary. Royal 8vo. with 20 Copperplates Treatises on the various Branches of Juand 10 Woodcuts. Price 20s, boards. venile Instruction; together with Advice

A Course of Elementary Fortification, to Parents and Tutors, for conducting the including Rules, deduced from experiment, Education of Children. By William Jil. for determining the Strength of Revet- lard Hort. 22 vols. in a case. £3, 13s. 6d. ments; treated on a principle of peculiar The Mother's French Catechism for her perspicuity, and illustrated by five Plates Children; containing those things most and 630 Diagrams. Originally published necessary to be known at an early age; as part of a Course of Military Instruc- illustrated by 100 engravings. By Madame tions. By C. W. Pasley, Lieut.-Colonel Dacier. Is. sewed. Is. 6d. bound. R. E. F. R. S. and Director of the Estab- The French Primer, &c. ; containing a lishment for Field Instruction, Royal En- copious Vocabulary of Familiar Words gineer Department.

and Phrases ; with 250 engravings. By

Madam Dacier. Is. 6d. Select Female Biography; comprising First Elements of the Theory of Series Memoirs of eminent British Ladies, deri. and Differences; being an Attempt to com. ved from original and other authentic bine into one harmonions Whole, resting 12mo. 4s. 6d.

upon the simple basis of Addition and BOTANY.

Subtraction, the several Theorems taught A Natural Arrangement of British in this important branch of Mathematical Plants, according to their relations to each Science by Pascal, Newton, Taylor, De other, as pointed out by Jussieu, De Can. Moivre, Lagrange, and others. 4o. 18s. dolle, Brown, &c. ; including those culti- An Abridgement of Blackstone's Comvated for use, with their Characters, Dif. mentaries on the Laws of England, in a ferences, Synonymes, Places of Growth, Series of Letters from a father to his Time of Flowering, and Sketch of their Daughter ; chiefly intended for the Use Uses; with an Introduction to Botany, in and Advancement of Female Education. which the Terms are explained. By Sa. By a Barrister-at-Law, F. R. F. A. and muel Frederick Gray, Lecturer on Botany, F. L. S. 1 vol. 12mo. 5s. boards. the Materia Medica, &c. In two very The British Constitution, or an Epitome large volumes 8vo. with twenty-one Plates. of Blackstone's Commentaries on the Laws £2, 2s. or with the plates coloured, £2, of England, for the use of Schools. By 12s. 6d.

Vincent Wanostrocht, L. L. D. Alfred

House Academy, Camberwell. 12mo. A Translation in Verse of the Epistles Examinatory Questions in Arithmetic, from Laodamia to Protesilaus; Enone to Geography, Latin Grammar, English Paris ; and Leander to Hero; from the Grammar, and the History of England. works of Ovid. By Joseph Guy, junior. By the Rev: H. C. O'Donnoghue, A. M. 4to. 5s.

2s. The First Book of Homer's Iliad, A Key to the above, for the Use of Pa. translated into Latin Hexameter verse. rents and Teachers. 2s. 6d. By the Rev. W. J. Aislabie, Rector of A New System of Arithmetic, on a Holywell, and late of Pembroke Hall, Plan entirely Original; calculated to Cambridge.

abridge the Labour of the Tutor very Essays on the Institutions, Government, considerably, and facilitate the progress of and Manners of the States of Ancient the Pupil. By J. Walker. Greece. By Henry David Hill, D. D. 12mo. 78.

Six Views of Chudleigh in Devonshire,

sources,

CLASSICS.

FINE ARTS.

beautifully engraved by G. Hollis, after February, 1793, to the Accessłon of George Drawings by H. de Cort, in the possession IV. January, 1820; with an Account of of Sir R. C. Hoare, Bart. These Views the Origin and Progressive Increase of the are particularly interesting, as, since the British Navy; illustrated from the Comdrawings were made, the town of Chud- mencement of the year 1793, by a series leigh has been destroyed by fire, in 1807. of Tabular Extracts, contained in a sepaImperial 4to. 15s. folio, £1, Is.

rate 4to volume. By William James. 2 The Visitation of Middlesex, begun in vols. 8vo. £1, 16s. the year 1663, by William Ryley, Esq. A Second Edition of the Anecdotes and Lancaster, and Henry Dethick, Rouge History of Cranbourn Chase. By William Croix Marshals and Deputies to Sir Ed. Chafin, Clerk. With Additions, and a ward Bysshe, Knight, Clarencieux King Continuation of the said History, to some of Arms. Folio, £i, lls. 6d.

extent. To which are added, some Scenes A Series of 257 Effective Engravings, in, and Anecdotes of Windsor Forest. after the Great Masters, to illustrate the With a Frontispiece, exhibiting a Group Holy Bible. 8vo. With the Apocrypha, of Deerhunters in their Ancient Costume. 7s. ; without the Apocrypha, 241 subjects, The History of Taunton, in the County 6s. 6d.; and 12mo. 58. ; 24mo. 169 sub- of Somerset. Originally written by the jects, 4s. 6d. ; 96 subjects for 12mo. Tes- late Joshua Toulmin, D. D. A new edition, taments, 2s. ; 49 subjects for 12mo. Pray- greatly enlarged, and brought down to the ers, 2s. ; 73 subjects for 24.mo. 2s. ; 65 present time. By James Savage. subjects for 32mo. Prayers, 1s. 6d. Sets The History of Stamford, in the County beautifully coloured, at treble the above of Lincoln ; with numerous engravings by prices, and on India paper, at the same. an eminent artist. 8vo. £1, 5s, in extra

Britannia Delineata. Part II. Imperial boards; and a few copies in demy 4to. folio.

with proof impressions of the plates, £2, Les Costumes Francaises de 1200 à 12s. 6d. in extra boards. 1715. 12mo. 21s.

A New Edition of the Saxon Chronicles, Delineations of the Costume of the Spa- with an English Translation, and Notes niards. 4to. £2, 12s. 6d.

Critical and Explanatory. By the Rev. A Series of Views illustrative of the J. Ingram, Fellow of Trinity College, Island of St Helena. By J. Wathen, Esq. Oxford, and late Saxon Professor in the

An Introduction to Perspective Drawing University of Oxford. To which is addand Painting, in a Series of pleasing and ed, a New and Copious Chronological, familiar Dialogues, illustrated by appro- Topographical, and Glossarial Index, with priate Plates and Diagrams, and suffi. short Grammar of the Saxon Language, ciency of Practical Geometry, and a Com. and an accurate and enlarged Map of Eng. pendium of genuine Instruction ; compri- land during the Heptarchy. 4to. sing a progressive and complete body of

HORTICULTURE. information, carefully adapted for the In. The Different Modes of Cultivating the struction of Females, and suited equally to Pine-Apple, from its first Introduction inthe simplicity of Youth, and to mental to Europe, to the late Improvements of maturity. By Charles Hayter, Professor T. A. Knight, Esq. By a Member of the of Perspective to her late Royal Highness Horticultural Society. With 211 engrathe Princess Charlotte of Saxe Coburg, vings on wood, exhibiting the best plans Portrait Painter in Miniature and Crayons, of Pine-stoves and Pits. 1 vol. 8vo. 98. and Teacher of the Principal Elements of boards. the Art. Third edition, considerably en- History of Cultivated Vegetables ; comlarged and improved. 12s.

prizing their Botanical, Medicinal, Edible,

and Chemical qualities, Natural History, The fourth volume of Illustrations of and relation to Art, Science, and Comthe Literary History of the Eighteenth merce. By Henry Phillips, F. H. S. AuCentury; consisting of Authentic Me- thor of « The Pomarium Britannicum, or moirs, and Original Letters of eminent History of Fruits known in Great Britain." persons, and intended as a sequel to the Second edition. 2 vols. 8vo. 21s. Literary Anecdotes. By John Nichols, GEOGRAPHY, STATISTICS, &c. F.S. A. In this volume are given por. Maritime Geography and Statistics, or a traits of Drs Busby, Birch, 2. Grey, Pegge, Description of the Ocean and its Coasts ; and Whitaker ; Rev. J. Lewis, H. Mit- Maritime, Commerce, Navigation, &c. By chell, and T. Warton ; J. Anstis, J. James Kingston Tuckey. 8vo. £2, 16s. 6d. Thorpe, and James Bindley, Esqrs.

A Gazetteer of the most Remarkable The first and second volumes of this Places in the World, with Notices of the Work, embellished with 14 portraits, may principal Historical Events, and of the most be had, price £2, 14s. ; as may the third celebrated Persons connected with them. volume, embellished with 10 portraits, By Thomas Bourn, teacher of Writing and £1, 7s.

Geography. Third edition. Thick 8vo. 188. The Naval History of Great Britain, boards. from the Declaration of War by France, A Statistical Account, or Parochial Sur.

HISTORY

LAW.

vey of Ireland. By William Shaw Mason, Treatment of Indigestion, Bilious and Esq: vol. 3.

Nervous Complaints, Deafness, Blindness, À Statistical, Political, Mineralogical, &c. ; with an Account of the extraordinary and Modern Map of Italy; with the New Efficacy of his Portable Sudatory, or Warm Boundaries, according to the latest Trea. Air Bath.-Also, ties. By J. A. Orgiazzi. 155. in a case. La Beaume on the Air Pump Vapour

A View of the Present State of the Scilly Bath and Galvanism, in the Cure of DisIslands ; exhibiting their vast Importance orders of the Stomach, Liver, and Bowels, to Great Britain, and the Improvements of Gout Rheumatism, Palsy, &c. Price 6s. which they are susceptible. By the Rev. La Beaume on the Medical Efficacy of George Woodley. 8vo. With a Chart. 128. Electricity in Nervous and Chronic Disor

Paterson's Roads of England and Wales, ders ; with numerous Cases. Price 10s. and the Southern Part of Scotland. • By The Dublin Hospital Reports and ComMr Edward Mogg. Dedicated, by permis. munications in Medicine and Surgery. Vol. sion, to his Majesty. In 8vo. With Maps. IIl. 8vo. 13s. boards. A new edition.

MISCELLANIES.

Observations on a General Tron RailA Treatise on the Law of Landlord and way; with a Geographical Map of the Tenant, compiled in part from the Notes of Plan, shewing its great superiority, by the the late Sir William David Evans, Knight, general Introduction of Mechanic Power, Recorder of Bombay. By Charles Har- over all the present Methods of Conveycourt Chambers, Esq. Barrister at Law, ance by Turnpike Roads and Canals. 8vo. and Lay Fellow of Trinity College, Cam. 6s. 6d. bridge ; author of a Treatise on Leases Essays on Intellectual and Moral Imand Terms for Years.

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Riddles, Charades, and Conundrums, An Inquiry into the Present State of the the greater part of which have never before Statute and Criminal Law of England. By been published. With a Preface on the John Miller, Esq. 8vo. Is. 6d.

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stitute for the Requisite Tables. PublishMEDICINE.

ed by the authority and at the expence of The Study of Medicine, comprising its the Board of Longitude. 8vo. Price 10s. Physiology, Pathology, and Practice. By The Young Navigator's Guide to the John Mason Goode, M.D. F.R.S. &c. Sidereal and Planetary Parts of Nautical Member of the Royal College of Physi. Astronomy; being the Theory and Praccians of London. These volumes, in addi- tice of finding the Latitude, the Longitude, tion to the work already published in one and the Variation of the Compass, by the vol. 8vo, on Nosology, will complete the fixed stars and planets ; to which is prefixauthor's design, and constitute an entire ed the Description and Use of the New Cebody of Medical Science, equally adapted lestial Planesphere. By Thomas Kerrigan, to the use of Lecturers, Practitioners, Stu- Purser, R. N. Royal 8vo. 18s. dents, and Men of Letters. In four large A Letter to Sir Humphrey Davy, Bart. volumes 8vo, inscribed, with permission, on the Application of Machinery to the to the President of the Royal College of purpose of Calculating and Printing MaPhysicians of London.

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The Confessions of an English Opium · Altorf; a Tragedy. By F. Wright. Eater, originally published in the London 8vo. 6s. 6d. Magazine, No. 21 and No. 22. 8vo.

Erimaldi ;

a Tragedy. By Williarn The Sixth Part of the Encyclopædia Bailey. 8vo. 5s. Metropolitana. A few Copies are printed Outlines of Edinburgh; and other on superfine royal paper, with proof im- Poems. pressions of the plates. Price £1, 16s.

POLITICS. Curia Oxoniensis ; or, Observations on Mr Mushet's Tables overturned, and the Statutes which relate to the Vice-Chan. the Debt due to the Fundholder accurately cellor's Coart, and the power of searching stated; with Letters to the Earl of LiverHouses ; with some cursory Remarks on pool, the Editor of the Times, and others, the Procuratorial Office in the University from the year 1818 to the present time, of Oxford. Second edition.

foretelling the mischief, and pointing out Transactions of the Literary Society of the injustice, of returning to Cash Payments Bombay, Vol. III. In 4to. with numerous until the Debt and Expenditure should be Plates.

reduced to the amount in 1797, and sugNOVELS AND TALES.

gesting the step that ought now to be taken Traditional Tales of the English and to rescue the Country from its present peScottish Peasantry. By Allan Cunning- rilous condition. By an Observer. ham, author of Sir Marmaduke Maxwell. An Address to the People of England in 2 vols. 12mo. 12s. bds.

the Cause of the Greeks, occasioned by the The Social Club, consisting of a series of late inhuman Massacres in the Isle of Scio, Stories, taken verbatim from the lips of the &c. By the Rev. T. S. Hughes, Author of relators, Members of the Club, and accom- Travels in Sicily, Greece, and Albania. panied by humorous prints of each subject, Europe and America in 1821 ; with an engraved and coloured in imitation of the Examination of the Plan laid before the original drawings, made expressly for the Spanish Cortes for the Recognition of the Work. Each number to contain at least Independence of South America. Transthree Stories, with three coloured Mastra. lated from the French of the Abbe de tions. The Drawings by W. H. Pyne, Esq. Pradt. By J. D. Williams. 2 vols. 188. 4to. 7s.

THEOLOGY. Maria, a Tale of a Southern Valley, A Chart of the Rise and Progress of founded on Real Events in High life. The Christianity; exhibiting at one view the hero is an officer in the Army; and Ma number of Christians, viz. Greeks, Roman ria, a lady of noble birth.

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Church of England, Church of Scotland, POETRY.

Socinians, Arminians, Baptists, Independ Random Rhymes from Paris; with other ants, Unitarians, Quakers, Methodists, Mo. Poems. By a Whig Radical.

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Authority with which this Collection was Portraits, in Verse, of the Leading Per. at first admitted, and how that Authority formers; with other Poems. By Harry has been since regarded, in the public ser. Stoe Van Dyk. Foolscap 8vo.

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The Collects prefixed to the Epistles and Three Sermons on St Paul's Doctrine of, Gospels, in the Liturgy of the United 1. Justification by Faith ; 2. Original Sin ; Church of England and Ireland, cateche. 3. Predestination ; with Notes. To the tically explained ; with a view to promote whole is prefixed, a Synopsis of the Arguin the Minds of young Persons an early ment of St Paul's Epistle to the Romans. Veneration and Attachment for the Book By the Rev. Thomas Young, A. M. Recin which they are contained, the Church tor of Gilling ; late Fellow and Tutor of by which they are provided, the holy Trinity College, Cambridge. 8vo. 8s. bds. Source from which they are derived. By The Scripture Character of God; or, the Rev. John Radcliffe, M. A. Rector of Discourses on the Divine Attributes. By St Anne, Limehouse, Middlesex ; Vicar of the Rev. Henry Forster Burder, M. A. Teynham and Doddington, Kent; Chap- A Sermon on the Sacrament of the Lord's lain to the Lord Bishop of Bath and Wells; Supper. By the Rev. S. E. Phorscat, B. A. and formerly Fellow of Brazenose College, The Doctrine of the Gospel, and the Oxford. 12mo. 5s.

Order of its Preaching, deduced from Baptism Discussed ; containing Scrip. Scripture History, in Discourses on the ture Principles, Precepts, and Precedents, Apostolical Commission. By the Rev. J. in favour of the Baptism of Infants and G. Tolley. little Children. By Daniel Isaacs. 12mo. The Dangers to which the Church of 4s. 6d.

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A Country Parson's Second Offering to in Ireland. By the Rev. J. Warneford, his Mother Church, in Nine Pastoral Šer- M. A. Vicar of Llanellon, and Chaplain to mons. 12mo. 3s.

the Right Hon. the Earl of Plymouth. A Dictionary of Religious Opinions ; or

VOYAGES AND TRAVELS. a Concise Account of the various Denomi. Part V. Vol. VII. of the Journal of nations into which the Christian Profes- Modern Voyages and Travels, containing sion is divided ; including Biographical a Tour to Quebec in the Autumn of 1818.

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