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Ą Letter on the Game Laws. By a Country Gentleman, and Proprietor of Gamę. 2s.
Tlie Complete Trial of Marshal Ney, Prince of Moskwa, før High Tíčasot, &c. Cas.
A Treatise on the Law of Scotland, respecting Tilhes, and the Stipends of the Parochial Clergy, with an Appendix, containing various illustrative Documents
, 1105 before published. By John Connell, Esq. Advocate, Procurator for the Church of Scotland: 3 vols. 8vo. 21. 2s.
A Practical Treatise on the Virtues of the Gratiola Omicinalis, or Hedge Hys: sop: as a Remedy for Consumption of the Lungs, Asthma, and Constitutiona! Coughs
, &c. By Richard Reece, M.D. &c. 28. An Account of two successful Operations for restoring a lost Nose, from the Integuments of the Eorehead, in the Cases of two Officers of His Majesty's Army. By J. C. Carpue, Surgeon. 410. 15s.
An Inquiry into the Causes of the Motion of the Blood : with an Appendix, in which the Process of Respiration, and its Counection with and Circulation of the Blood are attempted to be elucidated. By James Carson, M.D. Liverpool: 8vo. 9s.
History of Persia from the most early Period to the present Time; with an Account of the Religion, Government, Usages, and Character of the Inhabitantą of that Kingdom. By, Colonel Sir John Malcolm, K. C. R. and K. L. S. late Minister of the Court of Persia, from the Supreme Government of India. 2 vols.
8l. 8s. A History of the Western Division of the County, of Sussex, including the Rapes of Chichester, Arundel and Bramber, with the City and Diocese of Chichiese ter. By James Dallaway, B. M. F. 4. S. Prebeudary of Hora Ecclesia, aud Rector of Slynford. vol. 1. 4to. 8L &s.
Symbolical Illustrations of the History of England, fronu the Roman Invasion to ihe present Time, accompanied with a Narrative of the principal Eyents ; de signed more particularly for the Instruction of Young Persons By Mary Ann Kundell, of Bath. 4t0. 21. 2s.
BIOGRAPHY. . The Biographical Dictionary. Vol. XXY. Edited by Alexander Chaļimers, F. S. A. 8vo.
A Biographical Dictionary of the living Authors of Great Britain and Ireland, 8vo. 14s.
Lives of Topographers and Antiquaries, who have written concerning the Alle tiquities of England; with twenty-six Portraits of the Authors, and a complete List of their Works, &c. By J. P. Malcolin, Esq. F. 9. A. 4to. "21. 12s. Qd.
NATURAL HISTORY. Mineralogical Nomenclature, alphabetically. arranged; with Synoptical Tap bles of the Chemical Aualysis of Minerals. By Thomas Allen. 8vo. 128.
The Substance of a Letter to Lord Viscount Melville, xritten in May, 1815 with the Outlines of a Plan to raise British Seamen, and to form their minds to Volunteer in the Naval Service, when required ; to do away with the Evifs.of In pressment, &c. By Thomas Urquhart. 1$.
Collections relative to the systematical Relief of the Poor, at different Periods, and in different countries ; with Observations on Charity, its proper Objects and Conduct, and its, Tnfyence on the Welfare of Nations & top 75.
Alan of Olway, a Tale of the 11th Century. By J. Bethune. 8vo. 35.
The Prince of the Lake ; or. O'Donaghue of Russe, iu Three Çantos. By M. J.
Jonah; the Seatonian Prize Poen for the Year 1815, By James W. Bellamy,
Emilia of Lipdinau : or the field of eipsic, in Four Cantos, By M. A.
The Lay of Mario. By Matilda Beatham. 8vo. 125.
Relicts of Melodino, a Portuguese Poet ; translated by Edward Lawson, Esq. from an unpublished MS. dated 1645. Bvo, 105,
Select Poems, of Synesius and Gregory Nazianzen; translated from the Greek
The Play of the Merchant of Bruges ; or Beggar's Bush : newly arranged, now performing at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane. 35.
Şnsiles and lears, or The Widow's Stratagem, a Comedy in Five Acts, By Mrs. C. Ķeinble. 2s. 6d.
Craigh Melrose Priory: or Memoirs of the Mount Linton Family, By *
Headlong Hall. 65.
Emma ; by the Author of Pride and Prejudice. 3 vols. 11. 18.
Evening Amusements ; or the Beauties of the Heavens displayed & in which the striking Appearances tu be observed in various Evenings, during the Year 1816, are described. By William Frend, M.A. Actuary of the Rock Life Assu. rance Company, and late Fellow of Jesus College, Cambridge. 3s,
The Present of a Misiress to a young Servant; consisting of friendly Advice and real Histories. By Mrs. Taylor, of Ongar. 3s. 6d.
A Letter to the Hon, and Right Rex: the Lord Bishop. of Durham, on the Origin of the Pelasgi, and on the Original Name and Pronunciation of the Æolic Digamma, in Answer to Professor Marsh's " Horæ. Pelasgicæ." 25.
A Complete Key to the Almanack, explaining the Fastsy Festivals, Saints':
Postscript to the Reply, " Paint by Point;" containing an Exposure of the
The Counsels of a Father, in Four Letters of Sir Matthew Hale, to his Children;
A popular Account of St. Paul's Cathedral ; with a Description of the Monu. meuis, and other interesting Particulars,
Mr. Reginald Heber's Bampt Lecture Sermons will shortly appear.
A Volume of Letters on the constrained celibacy of the Church of Rome, is in the Press.
Mr. Sumner's Treatise on the Being und Attributes of God, which obtained the Premium of 4001. at Aberdeen, is printing in two octavo Volumes.
Dr. Henning of the Hot-wells Bristol, is preparing for the Press, a Work on Pulmonary Consumption.
Mr. Meadley, Author of the Memoirs of Algernon Sidney, and Dr. Paley, is collecting Materials for a Life of John Hampden.
A new Volume of Paris Chit-Chat, being a third, is in the Press, and also a new Edition of the preceding Volumes.
Mr. Ackerinann is preparing for publication, in imitation of Chalk, by Prout, representing the various Characters of Boats, Barges, and Rustic Cottages, designed to assist the young Student in Landscape and Marine Drawing.
Mr. John Varley has nearly completed a new System of Perspective.
Mr. Rowlandson is engaged in a new Work, entitled, the World in Miniature, containing Engravings of small Groups of Figures of every possible kind, for landscape decoration.
Mr. Booth has in the Press a Treatise on Flower Painting containing Instructions for acquiring a perfect Knowledge of the Art, also Directions for producing the various Tints, hy Brookshaw, Esq.
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statement of Bishop.
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173 Calvin not one of the angels in the
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.... 271 Christ omniscient and omnipresent 202
uniform belief of the primi-
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255 Church, fortitude aud perseverance
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253 Clergy, the present, their writings