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VARIETIES, LITERARY AND PHILosophical, Including Notices of Works in Hand, Domoffic and Foreign. **, Authentic Communications for this Article will always be thankfully received.
Dire&tory, a work that will be very useful in the beau monde, will be ready before the king's birth-day. It will be accompanied by a short Introduction to Heraldry, the Arms of the Nobility, and several useful Lists of Tables. An entertaining book on the various Qualifications of the Dog, is nearly ready for publication, illustrated by a great number of curious anecdotes of that trusty animal, by Mr. Joseph Taylor. The numerous MSS. colle&led by the late Rev. JA Mes GRANGER, Vicar of Shiplake, in Oxfordshire, for a continuation of his Biographical History of England, we understand, are now under revision by the Rev. M. No BLE, F. A. S. L. and E.One volume, containing the Reigns of King William and Mary and of Queen Ann, will be published with all convenient speed. The continuation will come down to the ent of King George II. The Anti-Corsican ; or, War of Liherty; a series or, Letters addressed to the Inhabitants of the United Empire, and first published in the Star, under the figmature of Galgacus, is in the press, and will be published in a few days. These patriotic and well written letters have been collečted into one publication, to gratify the wishes of numbers who had not been able to procure copies of the papers in which they first appeared. The amateurs of fine printing may now be gratified with copies of the Philosophical Magazine, printed on loyal paper, and embellished with proof impressions of the plates, which are chiefly by Lowry, and superior to any thing of the kind ever before given in a periodical publication. Only about 50 copies have been printed off on the large paper, and they have not