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South Barbary, and of the sufferings of the Master and the Crew while in Bondage among the Arabs, interspersed with numerous remarks upon the country and its inhabitants, and the peculiar perils of that Coast. By Judah Paddock, her late Master. 4to. 11. 55. bds.
Letters from St Helena. 8vo. 8s. boards.
A Short Account of the Purdaries preceded by Historical Notices of the different Mahratta States. By an Officer in the Service of the East India Company. 8vo. 75. 6d.
Specimens of Calegraphy. By W. E. Shinton. 21s.
A Succinct Account of the Contagious Fever of this country, exemplified in the Epidemic now prevailing in London ; with the appropriate Method of Treatment, as practised in the House of Recovery. To which are added, Observations on the Nature and Properties of Contagion, tending to correct the popular notions on this subject, and pointing out the means of prevention. By Thomas Bateman, M. D. F. L. S. &c. 6s.
MUSIC. A Grammar of Music; to which are prefixed, Observations explanatory of the properties and powers of Music as a Science, &c. By T. Busby, Mus. Doc. 9s.
NATURAL HISTORY. A Treatise on the Culture and Management of Fruit Trees, in which a new method of pruning and training is fully described. By W. Forsyth, F. A. S. 13s.
Memoirs of the Montagu Family; a Novel, illustrative of the manners and society of Ireland. 2 vol. 21s.
Margaret Melville, a Tale. By Catharine Mant. 12mo. 4s. 6d. bound.
The Recluse of Albyn Hall. 3 vol. 12mo. 16s. 6d.
The Nun of Santa Maria di Tindaro. By L. S. Stanhope. 3 vol. 16s. 6d.
Zuma, ou la Decouverte du Quinquina, suivi de la Belle Paule, de Zeneide de Roseaux du Tibre, &c. &c. Par Madame la Comtesse de Genlis.
PHILOLOGY. A Dictionary of the English Language, in which the Words are deduced from their originals, and illustrated in their different Significations by examples from the best Writers; to which are prefixed, a History of the Language, and an English Grammar. By the Rev. H: J. Tod, M. A. F. S. A. 4 vol. 4to. lll. lls.
Bodiam Castle, in six cantos, with notes. 8vo. 10s. 6d.
Antonia, a Poem, with notes, descriptive of the Plague in Malta. By Murdo Young.
Ballads of Archery, Sonnets, &c. By the Rev. J. W. Dodd, Second Usher in Westminster School, with notes. Crown 8vo. 10s.
Genius, a Vision. By a Member of the University of Oxford. 2s. Warning Voice, a Sacred Poem, in two Cantos ; addressed to infidel writers of Poetry. By the Hon. and Rev. Edward John Turnour, A. M. 3s. 6d.
Fashionable Fudges in London ; or, Sketches of Public Characters, a Poem, with Historical and Explanatory notes. By Benjamin Flaccus, Esq. &c. 8vo. 6s.
The Recluse of the Pyrenees, a Poem. 8vo. 4s. 6d.
POLITICS AND POLITICAL ECONOMY.
Rational Reform on Constitutional Principles ; addressed to the. good sense of the English nation. By a Barrister. 8vo. 75. 6d.
Expostulation on the Iniquity of the Spy System. By Jacob Bray. 2s. 6d.
A Letter on the Subject of Parliamentary Reform, addressed to Major Cartwright. By Sir G. Cayley, Bart. ls.
The Principles of Population and Production investigated. By George Purves, LL. D. 8vo. 10s. 6d.
An Inquiry concerning the Population of Nations, containing a refutation of Mr Malthus's Essay on Population. By George Ensor, Esq. 8vo. 12s.
A new Edition of an Inquiry, whether Crime and Misery are produced or prevented by our present System of Prison Discipline. By Thomas Fowell Buxton, Esq. M. P. Is. 6d.
THEOLOGY. Sermons on the first Lessons of the Sunday Morning Service, from the first to the thirteenth Sunday after Trinity, together with four Sermons on other Subjects. By the Rev. R. Burrowes, D.D. 8vo. 10s. 6d.
Observations on the Doctrine, Discipline, and Manners of the Wesleyan Methodists, and also of the Evangelical Party, as far as the latter adhere to the same System. By the Rev. L. Wainewright, A. M. F. A. S. 8vo. 6s.
The Literary and Scientific Pursuits which are encouraged and enforced in the University of Cambridge, briefly described and vindicated, with various Notes. By the same Author. 8vo. 6s. 6d.
A Letter to the Right Reverend the Lord Bishop of St David, one of the Patrons of the London Society for Promoting Christianity amongst the Jews, on the Proceedings and Prospects of that Society, dated Moscow, 24th February 1818. By the Reverend Lewis Way, M. A. Is. 6d. On Protestant Nonconformity. By Josiah Conder.
By Josiah Conder. 2 vol. 8vo. 14s.
A Sketch of the History of Churches in England, applied to the purposes of the Society for Promoting the Enlargement and Building of Churches and Chapels; to which is added, a Sermon on the Hanour of God in Places of Public Worship. By John Brewster, M. A. Ss. 6d.
A Catechism on the Gospel by Matthew, intended chiefly for the Use of Sabbath Schools. By the Rev. James Miller, Eassie. ls. 4d.
Conder on Protestant Nonconformity. 2 vol. 8vo. 14s. boards.
Discourses on several Subjects and Occasions. By the Reverend W. Hett, M. A. 2 vol. 8vo. 18s.
Ministerial Qualification, a Sermon preached at the opening of a pro re nata Meeting of the Original Burgher Associate Synod, which inet at Alloa, on July 22d, 1818. By James Smith, A. M. Minister of the Gospel, Alloa. Is. 60.
TOPOGRAPHY. The Scientific Tourist through England, Wales, and Scotland ; in which the Traveller is directed to the Beauties and Principal objects of Antiquity, Art, Science, the fine Views and Situations, &c. worthy of notice or remark; including the Minerals, Fossils, rare Plants, and other Subjects in Natural History, divided into Counties. By T. Walford, Esq. F. A. S. and F. L. S. 2 vol. 12mo. 12s. ; and, with coloured Plates, 14s.
Spanish America; or, a Descriptive, Historical, and Geographical Account of the Dominions of Spain, in the Western Hemisphere, Continental and Insular : illustrated by a Map of Spanish North America, and the West India Islands; a Map of Spanish South America; and an Engraving, representing the Comparative Altitudes of the Mountains in those Regions. By R. H. Bonnycastle. 2 vol. 8vo. ll. ls.
Holditch's Emigrant's Guide to America. 8vo. 4s. 6d. boards.
The Picture of Glasgow, from the earliest period to the present tine ; to which is added, a Sketch of a Tour to Loch-Lomond, the Trosachs, Perth, Inverary, the Falls of Clyde, &c. &c. Third Edition, considerably enlarged, embellished with the following Engravings :- The Catholic Chapel, Carlton Place, the Lunatic Asylum, a Map of the City, and a Chart of the River Clyde from Glasgow to Ayr. Dedicated to James Ewing, Esq. Chairman of the Chamber of Commerce and Manufactures of this City. Small 8vo. 75. extra boards.
The Traveller's Guide through Scotland and its Islands. Seventh Edition, enlarged and improved, with upwards of thirty Maps, Views of Remarkable Buildings, &c. 2 vol. 12mo. 15s.
Donald Monro's Description of the Western Isles in 1549. Sew. cd. 12mo, 25.; Svo, 4s. ** The above forms Part I. Vol. II. of a Series of rare Scottish
Tracts. Daussaville's New Travelling Map of Scotland. 3s. 6d, in a case.
VOYAGES AND TRAVELS.
A Second Journey through Persia to Constantinople, between the years 1810 and 1816, with a Journal of the Voyage by the Brazils and Bombay to the Persian Gulf; together with an Account of the
Proceedings of his Majesty's Embassy under his Excellency Sir Gore Ousley, Bart. K. S. L. 4to. With Maps, coloured Costumes, and other Engravings, from the Designs of the Author. By James Morier esq. 31. 13s. 6d.
A Journey from India to England, through Persia, Georgia, Russia, Poland and Prussia, in the year 1817. By Lieutenant-Colonel Johnson, C. B. 4to. 21. 2s.
A Visit to the Monastery of La Trappe in 1817, with Notes taken during a Tour through Le Perche, Normandy, Bretagne, Poitou, Anjou, Le Bocage, Touraine, Orleanois, and the Environs of Paris. By W. D. Fellows esq. Illustrated with numerous coloured Engravings, from Drawings made on the Spot. Royal 8vo. 1l. Is.
A Journal of Travels in the United States of North America and Lower Canada, performed in the year 1817. By John Palmer, with Map. 8vo. 12s.
Travels in Egypt, Nubia, Holy Land, Mount Lebanon, and Cyprus, in the year 1814. By Henry Light, Captain in the Royal Artillery. 4to. 21. 5s.
Travels through the United States of America in the years 1806 and 1807, and 1809, 1810, and 1811 ; including an Account of Passages between America and Britain, and Travels through various parts of Britain, Ireland, and Canada, with Corrections and Improvements till 1815. By John Melish. 8vo. 185.
Narrative of a Journey in the Interior of China, and of a Voyage to and from that Country, in the years 1816 and 1817 ; containing an Account of the most interesting Transactions of Lord Amherst's Embassy to the Court of Pekin, and Observations on the Countries which it visited. By Clarke Abel, F. L. S.
Abelard and Eloisa, story of, 352.
to, 504-Magistrates admit of the necessity of a reform, 515.
ish dominions, 429. Arctic expedition, proposed objects of, 5—principles which regulate
the distribution of heat over the globe explained, 6-sketch of the revolving year within the Arctic circle, 13—formation of icebergs, 15-varieties of salt-water ice, 16–influence of the polar ice cannot extend to our shores, 20—supposed deterioration of the climate of Europe shown to be groundless, 22-list of years noted for the severity of the winter, 23-of those remarkable for heat and drought, 28-general description of Greenland, 31-discovery and colonization of that country, 36-plan of reaching the Pole with sledges drawn by dogs, 89_north-west passage attempt. ed by Willoughby, 40–by Martin Frobisher, 41-by Davis, 45 -by the Danes, 49.-by Henry Hudson, 51-by Poole and others, 52—by William Baffin, 55—improbability of the passage ever be
ing effected, 58. Aretino, Leonardo, his account of a strange fit of devotion which
seized the Italians, 325. Arragon, observations on the constitution of, 162. Augereau, General, sent to disperse the Legislative Bodies, 302. Baffin, William, voyages of, 51>is killed at the siege of Ormus, 57. Barras, anecdote of, 306. Barrington, Daines, asserts the possibility of reaching the North
Pole, 2. Barry, Madame du, account of her origin, 430. Benedictines, great wealth and power of, 326. Biot, M., assists in the experiments for determining the length of
the pendulum, 422. Birkbeck, Mr, his Notes on America, one of the most instructive
books that have lately appeared, 120—reasons which induced the author to emigrate to America, 122-his arrival at Norfolk in Virginia, 124–Negro slavery, 125-journey across the Alleghang mountains to Pittsburg, 127_description of that place, 129– striking features in the great western wilderness, 131-author pur.