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- COLONIAL JOURNAs. ----The Editor of the Colonial journal has the pleasure to assure the Readers of that Work, that he has surmounted the obstates which prevented its regular quarterly Publication, and that in a very few Months he shill have wholly recovered the lost time. It is his intention to publish, on the 1st of September next, the Forth Number, which has been so long deficient; an at the same time No. 13 containing Views of the present posture of Affairs in Ceylon, the Arctic Expeditions, West India and North American Affairs,
1st of January, 1819, Nos. VIII, and XI on the rst of February, No. XII : and on the 1st of April, No. XIII. : foota which period the Colonial Journal will be published regularly on the 1st of January, April, July, and October, in each Year. -
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- THE BRITISH REVIEW, No. XXIII. Is this Day published, and contains Articles on the following objects :I. Childe Harold's Pilgrimage, Canto IV., and Hebbouse's Illustrations :
v. jardine's outlines of a Philosophic Education, VI, Life of Dr. Watson, Bishop of Llandaff; VII. Evelyn Memoirs. - -
ARCHEOLOGIA GRECA; or, the Antiquities of Greece.
9 which is added, an Appendix, containing a concise History of the Grecian Greek Authors. By G. DUN BAR, F.R.S.E. University of Edinburgh. Printed for J. Cothell; J. Nuno ; Longman, Hurst, Rees, Qomo, and Brown;
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II. Inshience of Women on Manners and Literature; III. Curwen's Letters from Ireland; IV. Cooper's Letters to a sojous inquirer after Divine ruth;
London; Printed for Baldon, Cradock, and Joy, Paternester-row ; and
States, and a shoot Account of the Lives and Writings of the most celebrated and Professor of Greek in the
- London, OBSERVATIONS on GREENLAND
the Adjacent Seas, and the North-West Passage to the Pacific Ocean, made in a Voyage to Davis's Straits, during the Summer of 18; 7 illustrated and emo bellished by Charts, and numerous other Plates, foota Drawings executed by the Author, from continual Observations. By BERNARDO’REILLY, Esq. *...* The arguments adduced to prove the practicability of a North-West Passage are supported by Facts not hitherto examined, and are of such weight as to give confidence in their accuracy. The accomplishment of this great ob. ject must be evidently of vast benefit to the commercial interests of Great-Brio tain, and cannot fail to interest the reader, as the expectation of its discovery, excited in some measure by the fortunate voyage here related, had induced the Government to fit out ships for the purpose. To the inhabitants of Souther Lands the Views sketched on the spot will be most interesting, as they wil convey a complete idea of the situation of the Polar World to the 77th deg. of north latitude. Previous accounts had mentioned the existence of a people of singular character inhabiting those dreary regions ; but it remained for the present detail to exhibit Portraits from life of human beings who cherish an abode there in preference to the comforts of milder climes. The Arctic Ani mals and Birds of Passage there found, with the Whale Fishery, will be exhibited in plates, as well as described; and illustrations of the Phenomena of A to
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