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DIVINITY A Letter to the Right Rev. Thomas Burgess, D.D.F.R.S. and F.A.S. Lord Bishop of St. David's, containing Remarks on his Lordship’s Introduction to the Doctrine of the Trinity and to the Athanasian Creed. By .a Clergyman of the Church of England. 35.

The True Spirit of the Church of England considered, in a Charge to the Clergy of the Archadcacoury of Norwich. By the Rev. H. Bathurst, L.L.B. Archdeacon of Norwich, &c. Delivered at his primary Visitation in May 1815. 4to. ' 3s

Messiah's Advent; or, Remarks on the moral Tendency of the Doctrine of Christ's Manifestation in the Flesh. By Samuel Chase, M.A. 8vo. 10s. 6d.

The Indecency and Unlawfulness of Baptizing Children in Private, without Necessity, and with the public Form, seriously recommended to the Consideration of botli the Clergy and Laity of the Church of England. By the Rev. Martina Strong, M. A. first printed in the Year 1692, republished in 1815. By the Rer. James Drake, A.M. 1s.

A Letter to Philo, in Answer to his Objection against an Essay against Faith and Werks. By the Author of that Essay, the Rev. James Beresford, Rector of Kidworth, late Fellow of Merton College, Oxford. Ps.

Sermons oul Subjects chiefly Practical, with illustrative Notes, and an Appendix, selating to the Character of the Church of England, as distinguished both fro:rt other Branches of the Reformation, and froin the modern Church of Rume. By the Rev. Johu Jebb, A.M. Rector of Abington, in the Diocese of Cashell. vo. 10s.

A Serious Address to the Clergy of the United Kingdom on the Daties of the pastoral Office, in a Visitation Sermon, preached in the Parish Church of St. Paul's Covent-garden, May 19, 1815, before the Archdeacon of Middlesex and his Clergy. By the Rev. W. Gurney, A.M. Rector of St. Clement Danes, Strand, &c. Is.

The Reciprocal Advantages of an Union between Church and State : an Assize Sermon, preached at Stafford, March 16, 1815, by the Rev. Robert Crockett, M.A. of Brazen Nose College, Oxford, and late Rector of Marlow, in Craven, Yorkshire. 25.

Discourses on the Evidence of the Jewisk and Christian Revelations, with Notes and Illustrations. By Sir Henry Moncrieff' Wellwood, Bart. D.D. 8va, 12s.

T'lie Church in Danger: a Letter to the Earl of Liverpool, &c. By the Rer. Richard Yates, B.D. /.S.A. Chaplain to Chelsea Hospital, Rector of Ashen, &C. Qvo. 58.

A third Address to the Persons calling themselves Unitarians, on Mr. Belsham's Inaccuracies, on the false Foundations of Unitarianisın, and on the Means employed to Support it, recommended to the perusal of Unitarian Societies. 6d.

A Letter to the Right Rev. the Lord Bishop of Norwich, ou some Passages in the Reports of two Speeches said to have been addressed by his Lordship, in St. Andrew's Hall, Norwich, to the Church Missionary Association and Auxiliary Bible Society. By Robert Forby, M.A. Rector of Fincham, Norfolk. 3s.

A Sermon preached in the Cathedral Church of Lincoln, at the Visitation of Archdeacon Illingworth, on the ist of May, and afterwards on the 2d of June, at the Visitation of the Bishop. By George Scpbell, D.D. Rector of Brattleby, &c. &c. 15. : A Parochial Vicar's Remarks on Mir Belsham's Letters, which were addressed to the Bishop of London, and which animadverted on his Lordship's Charge. delivered in the Year 1814. 3s,

Lectures on Ecclesiastical History, to which is added an Essay on Christian Tem. perance and Self-denial, by the late George Campbell, D.D. Principal of Maris, chal College, Aberdeen, with some Account of the Lite and Writings of the Aathor. By the Rev. George Skene Keith, Keith Hall, Aberdeenshire, 2 Volde 8yo, 11. 28.

Memoirs

MEDICAL.

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Memoirs of Military Sargery. By D. I. Larry, M.D. Chief Inspector General of the Medical Department of the French Armies, &c. - Containing the Practice of the French military Surgeons during the principal Campaigns of the late Ware abridged and translated from the French, by John Waller, Surgcon of the Royal Navy. Part I. 9s.

Observations on the Use of Caustic Alkali in Scroplula and other Chronic Diseases. By Joseph Brandish, Surgeon to H. R. H. the Duke of Sussex, &c. 3s.

Minutes of Cases of Cancer and of Cancerous Tendency, saccessfully treated by Mr. Samuel Young, Surgeon, with a prefatury Leiter addressed to the Governors of the Middlesex Hospital, by Samuel Whiibread, Esq. M.P. 5s.

The Hunterian Oration, delivered at the Theatre of the Royal Coll.ge of Surgcons, on Feb. 14, 1815. By Sir William Blizard, Knt. F.R.S. &c. 4to. 6s.

HISTORY
A Chronological Abridgement of the History of England, its Constitution, and
Louws, from the Norman Conquest, to the Revolution in 1688. 8vo. 10s. 6d.

Memoir on the Ruins of Babylon. By Claudius James Rich, Esq. Resident for the Hon. East India Company, at the Court of the Pasha of Bagdade 8vos. 88.

A Tour through some Parts of Istria, Carniola, Styria, Austria, the Tyrol, Italy, and Sicily, in the Spring of 1814. By a young English Merchant. 8vo. 7s.

Letters from Portugal, Spain, and France, written during the Campaigns of 1812-13-14. addressed to a Friend in England: describing the leading Features of the Provinces passed through, and the State of Society, Manners, Habits, &c. of the People. By S. D. Broughton. 8vo.

Hortus Jamaieensis; or, a Botanical Description (according to the Linnæun System) and an Account of the Virtues, &c. ot its indigenous Plants hitherto known, as also of the most useful Exotics. By J. Lunan. 2 Vols., ato. 21. 12s.6d.

The Festival of Flora, a Poem, with Botanical Notes. 23. 68.

An Introduction to Entomology; or Elements of the Natural History of Insects,
By the Rev. William Kirby, B.A. F.L.S. and William Speuce, Esq. F.L.S.
Vol. I. 8vo. 18s.

BIOGRAPHY.
Memoirs of the Life of the Rev. Richard Price, D.D. F.R.S. By William
Morgan, F.R.S. . 6s.

Memoirs of eminently Pious Women of the British Empire. By the Rev. S. Burder, M.A. A new and enlarged Edition, with eighteen Portraits. 3 Vols. 8vo. 11. 16s.

An Authentic Account of the late Mr. Whitbread, consisting of Facts and Anecdotes relating to his latter Days and Death, developing the Causes which led to that deplorable Event.. With the genuine Report of the Inquest, now first pube lished, taken in Short-hand. By Francis Phippen, the only Reporter present at the sitting of the Inquest held in Mr. Whitbread's House. Including a brief Memoir of his Lile. Illustrated by a fac-simile Engraving of his Hand-writing and Autograph, from a Document in the Possession of the Publisher. 8vo. 18. 6d.

Tributes of the Public Press, to the Memory of the late Mr. Whitbread; being. the Memorials and Characters of that eminent Man, which have appeared in the different Journals since bis lamented Death.. 8vo. , 18,

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POLITICAL.

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General View of the Political State of France, and of the Government of Louis XVIII. with some Remarks on the Declaration of the Allied Purefs. 3s.

- An Inquiry into the present State of the British Navy, together with Reflections on the late War with América; its probable Consequences, &c. By an Englishman. 6s. 6d.

Reasons for establishing a Registry of Slaves in the British Colonies: being a Report of a Committee of the African Institution : published by Order ,of that Society, 3s.

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An Address to the Sovereigns of Europe, shewing the Necessity of bringing Napoleon Bonaparte to a public Triat. By Lewis Goldsmith. 1s.

Statement of the Revenue and Expenditure of Great Britain in each Year of the laie War, from 1803 to 1814, both inclusive. Compiled from the Account presented to the House of Commons, by. Charles Stokes. 45.

The French Pretender unmasked: or, an Appeal to the Common-sense of Britons. By an Enemy to Hypocrisy, Usurpation, and Despotism. Translated by Mr. Charles Smith. 5%.

Special Report of the Directors of the African Institution, made at the Annual General Meeting, on the 12th of April, 1815, respecting the Allegations container iu a Pamphlet entitled “ A Letter 10 Williain Wilberforce, Esq. by R. Thorpe, Esq." 5s.

Substance of the Speech of George Holford, Esq. in the House of Coinmons, pu Thursday, June 22d, on the Bill to amend the Laws relative to the Transportation of Offenders; containing Provisions respecting the Confinement of Offenders in the Hulks. 1s.

POETRY.

Episodes from the Shah Nameh: or Annals of the Persian Kings, By Ferdoosel. _Translated into English Verse, with Notes and Authorities ; à Verbal Index, Persian and English; and some Account of the Contents of the whole Poem. By Stephen Weston, B.D. F.R.S. S.A. 8vo. 78.

Epistles and Miscellaneous Poems. By. Phoinas Grinfield, of Trinity Colleges Carnbridge. 7s.

The Mosiad; or Israel Delivered : a sacred Poem, in six Canticles): with scrip tural Notes. Written by an Artist during his Detention in France as an Hostage. 1l. Is.

Monthermer. By Edward Quillinam Esq. of the third Dragoon-guards, 8vo. 9s.

A second Ode to Napoleon Bonaparte; partly a Parody on that of Lord Byron. 19. 60.

Opoleyta: or a Tale of Ind. Tu four Cantos. By Bertie Anbrose. 98.
The Age; the Conqueror : Liberty and Ætna. 55. 6d.
Consolation;

with other Poems. By the Rev. W. Gillespie. 8vo. 129. The Miseries of Music-masters; a Serio.Comic-Didactic Poem. By Ambrose Pitman, Esq. 4to. 10s. 6d.

The Menuorable Tuesday; in two Parts. By Timothy Spiirbrain, Esq. 25. The Duel, a satirical Poem, in four Cantos, and other Poeins. By L. A. Shaw. : Poems, by William Cowper, Esq. of the Inner Temple. Vol. III. Containing his posthumous Poetry, and a Sketch of his Life, by his Kinsman, John Johnson, L.L.D.-Rector of Yaxham, with Welborne in Norfolk, 12m0, and 8vo.

DRAMATIC.

Fazio, a Tragedy. By H. H. Milnian, B. A. Fellow of Brazen Nose College.

The Golden Grove; or, the Farmer's Son : a Comedy, in five Acts. With some, poetical Sketches on occasional Subjects. By John Lake. 35. 6u,

NOVELS. Annals of Oslingbury. 2 cols. 12mo. 10s. Love and Honor, an Imitation of the present, and a Model for all futuro Romances. 12H10. 58.

Amurath, Prince of Persia, an Arabian Tale. 45 Memoirs of an Old Wig. 7s. The Invisible Haud; a l'ale. 55. Barozzi: or, the Venetian Sorceress. By Mrs. Smnh. 2 vols. 12mo: 108. 6d. Celebrity: or, the Uufortunate Choice. By Mrs. Pilkington. 3 vols., 12mo. 159.

The Discontented Man: or, Love and Reason. By A. F. Holstein. 3-Vols, 12mo. 16s. 6d. Treachery: or, the Grave of Antoinette. By Ive S. Stathope. 4 Vols. 19nio.

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MISCELLANIES.

Essays, Religious and Moral. 75.

A Treatise on Dry Rot, in which are described the Nature and Causes of thias Disease in Ships, Houses, Mills, &c. with Methods of Prevention and Cure. By Ambrose Bawden, of the Navy Office. 88.

A Proposal for improving tlie System of Friendly Societies, or of Poor Assurance Ofices, &c. By Jerowe, Count de Salis, of the Holy Roinau Empire, F.R.S. 2s, 6d.

The Principles of War, exhibited in the Practice of the Camp: and as developed in a Series of general Orders of Field Marshall the Duke of Wellington, with parallel Orders of George II. the Duke ot Cumberland, the Duke of Marlborough, &c. 10s6d.

Some Account of a Nex Process in Painting, by Means of glazed Crayons: with Reinarks on its general Correspondence with the Peculiarities of the Venetian Schoul. By a Lady. 2s.

Hints regarding the Agricultural State of the Netherlands, compared with that of Great Britain, and some Observations on the Means of diminishing the Expence of growing Corn. . By the Right Hon. Sir John Sinclair, Bart. 8s.

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LITERARY INTELLIGENCE. · Mr. Bliss has published the second volume of his new quarto edition of Wood's Athene, Oxoniensis. This volume continues the Athenæ, and includes the Bishops and the Fasti Lo the year 1640. · Mr. Todd has completed the fourth part, or half volume, of his enlarged edition of Johnson's Dictionary.

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A llistory of the House of Romanof, the present Imperial Russian Dynasty; from the earliest period to the time of Peter the Great: designed as an introduction to a History of the Life and Reign of that celebrated Monarch ; and including the Russian history, from the first accession of the family to the tlirone. By the anthor of the Ode to the Emperor Alexander,

Time, or Light and Shade, á poem, by Mr, Gompertz, in one volume quarto.

A volume entitled, Repertorium Bibliographicum, to be printed for subscribers only, containing an account of the most celebrated British and foreign public libraries, of British private libraries now existing, portraits of eminent collectors, &c. &ce

Observations on a Tour through certain Provinces of Eastern
Russiu, by. Dr. Halliday, of Birmingham.

The Ancient und Modern History of Reading, illustrated
with Maps and Prints, by Mr. J. Man.

of the institutiou to the present time with a Dissertation on ancient Chivalry, in two quarto volumes, illustrated with engravings,

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FOR AUGUST, 1815.

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Apt. I. Sermons, by Christopher Wordsworth, D.D. Deant of

Bocking. 2 vols. 8vo. 185. Rivingtous. 1815 OUR sentiments respecting the necessity of the constant and continued publication of such sermons, as are calculated to display the doctrines, and to enforce the practice of Christianity, have been too lately declared to require any repetition in this place. Could our arguments be strengthened by any additional consideration, it would arise from the advantage resulting not to the readers only, but also to the authors. A powerful stimulus is applied by these means to the industry and to the zeal of the clergy; the desire of literary distinction, acting as an able sub, sidiary to the motives and the discharge of their more sacred due ties, inspires them with activity and vigour in the composition of such exhortations and instructions as are required from time to time to meet the ever varying errors and profligacies of the age. With a view, however distant, of submitting their compositions to the press, they are willing to expend more thought upon

the subject, more accuracy upon the structure, and more pains upon the style, than if their labours, having answered the impiediate purposes of delivery, were to be consigned to the darkness and dust of the closet, there to remain till, after the regular interval of repose, the revolving year shall again give them their turn in the pulpit,

Rursus et incipiant in corpora velle reverti, again and again to undergo the customary operations of moul. { dering and revival. For it is upon ordinary occasions only that the activity of the clergy is roused and their energy increased by the habit of publication ; but when any extraordinary event de

mands VOL, IV. AUGUST, 1815.

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