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sion, to venerate the genius of our civil Constitution, and to per-
Jarged, and an enlightened faith; the other is as resolutely hostile
ART. XVI. A Practical Treatise on Gus light.
12s. Ackerman. WHEN a. purchaser gives twelve shillings for a practical treatise upon gas-light, he does not expect to tiud fifty pages upou tallow-candles. He will expect also to find a volume much beiter arranged than the present. We will not say that there is not much 'entertaining and useful information on the subject of gas-light, but all might have been easily compressed, even with the plates, into a half-crown pamphlet. Mr. Accum is doubtJess an exceedingly good operative chemist, but he does not us. derstand the method of communicating his knowledge.
As the public are now generaliy acquainted with this brilliant production, we need not give a long description of the apparatus. The coal which is to furnish the gas is placed in a retort; a pipe conveys the gas there created to the purifier, which con. sists of three departments : the first is filled with water, througla which the gas is purified in its passage; the second is filled with a solution of caustic aikali (potass) in the proportion of two of alkali, and one of water, or a mixture of quick-lime and water, of the consistence of very thin cream.
In this compart'ment ihe non-inflamable gasses and other extraneous products are separated from the carbonated hydrogen. In the third department the tar is deposited : and the gas thus purified passes into the gassometer, by the pressure of which it is distributed to all parts of the town.
ART. XVII. Manuel du Voyageur. In French, Italian, and
English. By Alad. De Genlis ; improved by P. A. Cignani.
6s. 6d. Leigh. 1815. This is an indispensable travelling companion, both in Italy and France. Every want that can be felt, every question ibat can be asked by a traveller is anticipated in this little volume, and expressed in the purest and most conversational phrases. The subjects of the dialogues are ingeniously selected and skil. fully arranged, and being comprised in a small volume of the size and shape of a small note-book can be instantly turned to without inconvenience or delay. Tables of foreign coins, and their respective values, are added, which renders the whole a perfect publication. We strongly recommend it the notice of every one who is meditating a tour to the Continent.
Art. XVIII. French Interpreter, consisting of Familiar Cona
versations, de. By F.W. Blagdon. 6s. 6d. Leigh. 1815.
To an Englishman, who is not even acquainted with the sound of French, this will be found a most useful publication, as it gives him not only the French phrases upon every occasion in life, but in a third column the pronunciation, expressed in English, in the following manner :
« Will you breakfast ? | Voolay voo dayjeunnay? | Voulez vous déjedner?"
Art. XIX. The Belgian Traveller; or a Complete Guide through the Netherlands. By E. Boyce. 16mo.8s
. . Leigh, 1815.
WITH a good map of the Netherlands, and an excellent plan of Brussels, this little volume coniains an amusing and useful account of all that can be worthy of a tourist's observation in Belgium. The routes are so well inarked, and the account of the several places through which the road lies, is such, as to render “ The Belgian Traveller” indispensable to any stranger who is about to traverse the countries which it describes.
Art. XX. A Picture of Paris; or the Stranger's Guide
to the French Metropolis. By E. Planta, Esq. 6s. 6d. Leigh. 1815.
THIS is the best and cheapest description of Paris and its environs, which has yet fallen under our notice. Every informa. tion which a stranger in Paris can generally want, is given with sufficient accuracy. The maps and the plans are good, and many useful tables of the price of posting, &c. are added, to make the whole as perfect as possible.
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