The Annual review and history of literature, A. Aiken ed, Volume 7

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Arthur Aikin
1809
 

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Contents

The Regard we owe to the Concerns of Others a Sernion by S Greatheed
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Errors respecting Unitarianism considered in a Sermon by L Carpenter
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Geography
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A Sermon on the Education of the Poor by J Evans ls Symonds 385
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A Sermon on the Death of the Rev T Lindsey by T Belsham 8vo
72
CHAPTER IV British Topography and Antiquities
73
A Sermon on the Death of the Rev J Edwards 8vo 1s 6d Johnson
81
A Second Letter to a Barrister c by R Hawker D D 8vo 2s
87
Topographical Dictionary of the United Kingdom by B P Capper
131
Reports of the Committee of the African Institution Is Phillips and Fardon
149
Memoir of the Mosquito Territory by J Wright Esq 13 60 Hatchard
155
History of St Helena by T H Brooke 8vo 10s 6d Black and Co
162
Political Sketch of America 8vo 2s Hood and Sharpe
168
Disquisitions on Population by A Ingram 8vo 38 6d Hatchard
178
Public Spirit 8vo 3s Asperne
195
Biography and Anecdotes
205
Memoirs of the Life and Writings of George Buchanan by D Irving M
215
Memoirs of the Life and Writings of Sir Philip Sidney by Thomas Zouch
224
Life of George Washington by A Bancroft 8vo 10s 6d Stockdale Ser
241
Memoirs of Capt George Carleton by himself 8vo 12s Murray
249
Adventures of Robert Drury by himself 8vo 85 Murray
258
The Life of Thomas Chatterton by J Davis 18mo 4s Tegg
271
The Lifc of Abraham Newland Esq 8vo 5s Crosby and Co
279
Memoirs of the Rev John Newton by R Cecil A M 12mo 45 Hatchard
285
Errata of the Protestant Bible by T Ward 4to ls 6d Keating
300
Illustrations of the Four Gospels by J Jones 15s Longman and Co
308
The Doctrine of the Greek Article by T F Middleton 8vo 14s Cadell
317
Remarks on the Two last Petitions in the Lords Prayer by Granville Sharp
331
Dawn of Liberty on the Continent c by J Agg 8vo 28 6d Longman
336
Strictures on Dr Williamss Hypothesis by W Parry 8vo 2s 6d Conder
349
A Brief Apology for Quakerism 12mo ls Darton and Harvey 854
356
Sermons on important Subjects by D Black 10s 6d Ogle
362
Sermons on various Occasions by the Rev Wm Agutter 8vo 9s
369
Spiritual Gleanings 8vo Os Williams and Smith
389
Puritanism Revived 8vo 2s 6d Rivingtons
407
Rays of Genius by T Tomkins 2 vols 12mo 15s Longman and Co
416
A Sermon on the Way to Heaven by S Moore Svo 28 Williams
419
Stories of Old Daniel 12mo 3s 6d Godwin
422
Classical Literature Translations and Classical Mythology
440
Scanning Exercises by J Carey 12mo 4s 68 Longman and
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Translation of the Same by J R Deare L L B cr 8vo 7s Longman
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Marmion a Tale of Flodden Field by W Scott 8vo 12s Murray
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M_trical Legends c by C H Sharpe 8vo 5s Longman and Co
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The Poetical Works of the late C Anstey Esq with an Account of his Life
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Poems by Matilda Betham foolscap 8vo 48 Hatchard
499
The Rural Enthusiast c by M H Hay 12mo 10s 6d Longman and Co
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The Family Picture 12mo 3s Craddock and Joy
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Emancipation c a Tale in Rhyme cr vo 45 Oddy
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Ode to Iberia by E Irwin Esq 4to
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The Siller Gun by John Mayne foolscap 8vo 48 Richardson
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The Burniad by J H Kenny foolscap 8vo 45 6d Hood and Sharpe
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The Resurrection a Poem by J Stewart foolscap 8vo 7s Longman and Co
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The Universe a Poem by H Baker foolscap 8vo 3s 6d Longman and Co
538
he Shipwreck of St Paul a Seatonian Prize Poem by C J Hoare 4to 2s Hatchard
539
Original Poems by Mrs Richardson 12mo 3s Hood and Sharpe
540
Translations and other Poems by the Hon Captain Herbert post 8vo 58 Rey nell
541
Petrarch translated 8vo 10s 6d Miller
542
The Satires of Boileau translated 8vo 7s 6d Baldwins
544
Partenopex de Blois a Romance by W S Rose 4to 21 2s Longman and Co
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d Co
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Illustrations of Shak speare by F Douce 2 vols 8vo 11 11s 6d Longman and Co
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Specimensof English Dramatic Poets c by C Lamb crown 8vo 10s 6d Longman and Co
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Times a TellTale a Comedy by H Siddons 8vo 23 6d Longman and Co
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Ella Rosenberg a Melo Drama by the Same 8vo 2s Longman and Co
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Dona Ignez de Castro a Tragedy by J Adamson foolscap 8vo 4s 6d
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Palmerin of England by Francisco de Moraes 4 vols 12mo Il 88 Longman and Co
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The Cottagers of Glenburnie crown 8vo 7s Cadelland Davies
608
The Knights by R C Dallas 3 vols 12mo 15s Longman and Co
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The Itinerant or Memoirs of an Actor by S W Riley 3 vols ll ls
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Theodore or the Peruvians by P Le Brun foolscap 8vo 4s 6d Crosby
627
Catalogue Raisonné of the Marquis of Staffords Gallery by J Britton
633
Flora Græca J Sibthorp M D a J E Smith M D 251 4s White
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The Fall of Cambria by Joseph Cottle 2 vols foolecap 8vo 14s Longman
642
Natural History of British Fishes by E Donovan 5 vols royal 8vo 101
647
A Natural History of Birds by Mrs C Smith 2 vols 12mo 7s 6d Johnson
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A Course of Lectures on Natural Philosophy c by I Young M D
673
A System of Chemical Philosophy by J Dalton Part I 8vo 7s Bickerstaff
686
Mathematics simplified by Capt T Williamson 8vo 98 Longman and Co
710
Essays on the Art of Weaving by J Duncan 8vo 168 Longman and Co
737
Agriculture and Rural Economy
743
A Treatise on Hemp by R Wisset Esq 4to 11 58 Harding
751
The Works of John Dryden with Notes c by W Scott Esq 18 vols
765
Reliques of R Burns published by R H Cromes 8vo 108 6d Cadell
776
Analytical Abridgement of Locke on the Uaderstanding 12mo Lunn
782
Beauties of England and Wales by Messrs Brayley and Britton vols 7
787
Old Nicks Pocket Book 4s Symonds
789
History of the Penal Laws against the Irish Catholics by H Parnell
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Introduction to the Kruowledge of Editions of the Classics by the
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