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Henry VIII.'s Love-Letters to Anne Boleyn, with an Historical Introduction, illustrated by Letters of distinguished Contemporaries, Notes, and Fac-Similes; by the Editor of the Historia Britonum. 1823.
Illustrations, Critical, Historical, Biographical, and Miscellaneous, of Novels by the Author of Waverley; by the Rev. Richard Warner. 3 vols. 1824.
Indicator, and the Companion, a Miscellany for the Fields and the Fire-Side; by Leigh Hunt . 2 vols. 1834.
Infirmities of Genius illustrated, by referring the Anomalies in Literary Characters to the Habits and Constitutional Peculiarities of Men of Genius; by R. R. Madden, Esq. 2 vols. 1832.
Letters and Essays in Prose and Verse. 1834.
from Spain; by Don Leucadio Doblado. 1825.
—— of Expostulation to Lord Byron on his present Pursuits, with Animadversions on his Writings and Absence from his Country in the Hour of Danger. 1822.
(Two) of Mr. Adair to the Bishop of Winchester, in
Answer to the Charge of " High Treasonable Misdemeanour," brought by his Lordship against Mr. Fox and himself, in his Life of the Right Hon. William Pitt.
A Reply to the Charges of Robert Adair, Esq., against the
to the Rev. P. Elmsley, A.M. (by D. K. Sandford), in
Answer to the Appeal made to Professor Sandford, as Umpire between the University of Oxford and the Edinburgh Review. 1822.
Lettres sur les Ecrits et le Caractire de J. J. Rousseau; par Mad. La Baronne de Stael Holstein. Paris, 1814.
Life and Adventures of John Nicol, Mariner. Edin. 1822.
Literary Recollections; by the Rev. R. Warner. 2 vols.
Life and Miscellanies of John Galt. 3 vols.
Lives and Exploits of Banditti and Robbers in all Parts of the World; by C. Mac Farlane, Esq. 2 vols. 1833.
Living and the Dead; by a Country Curate. 1827
Melanges d'Histoire, de Litterature, &c., tires d'un PorteFeuille. 1809.
Memoirs of Aikin, John, M.D.; by Lucy Aikin, with a Selection of his Miscellaneous Pieces, Biographical, Moral, and Critical. 2 vols. 1823.
Brown, Charles Brockden, the American Novelist, with Selections from his Letters and Miscellaneous Writings; by William Dunlap. 1822.
——— Hayley's, William, Esq., the Friend and Bio
grapher of Cowper, Life and Writings, written by himself, with Extracts from his Private Correspondence and unpublished Poetry; and Memoirs of his son Thomas Alphonso Hayley, the young Sculptor; edited by the Rev. J. Johnson, LL.D. 2 vols. 1823. Neale, Rev. Cornelius, M. A.; to which are
added his Remains, being Sermons, Allegories, and various Compositions in Prose and Verse; collected and edited by the Rev. Wm. Jowitt, M.A. 1834. Shipp's (John), late Lieutenant in H. M. 87th
Regiment, extraordinary Military Career; written by himself. 3 vols. 1829.
Mrs. Siddons, interspersed with Anecdotes of
Authors and Actors; by James Boaden, Esq. 2 vols.
Stothard, Charles Alfred, F.S.A., including Original Journals, Letters, Papers, and Antiquarian Tracts, with connective Notices of his Life, and some Account of a Journey in the Netherlands; by Anna Eliza Stothard.
Men and Manners in America; by the Author of Cyril
Thornton (Captain Hamilton). 2 vols. 1833. Midsummer Medley for 1830, a Series of Comic Tales,
Sketches, and Fugitive Vagaries, in Prose and Verse. 2.
vols. 1830. Miscellanies; by the Author of the Sketch Book; No. 1
containing A Tour on the Prairies. 1835.
Miscellaneous Writings of John Evelyn, Esq., F.R.S.; by William Upcott . 1825.
Tracts; by Michael Geddes, LL.D. 3 vols.
Moral of Flowers, illustrated by coloured Engravings. 1833.
Mornings in Spring; or Retrospections, Biographical, Critical, and Historical; by Nathan Drake. 2 vols. 1828.
My Imprisonments; Memoirs of Silvio Pellico da Saluzzo, translated from the Italian; by Thomas Roscoe. 1833.
Narrative of Don Juan Van Halen's Imprisonment in the Dungeons of the Inquisition at Madrid, and his Escape in 1817-18; by the Author of Don Esteban, translated from the Original Spanish MS.
of the Surrender of Buonaparte, and of his Residence on board his Majesty's Ship Bellerophon; with a Detail of the principal Events that occurred in that Ship between the 24th of May and 8th of August, 1815; by Captain F. L. Maitland, C.B. 1826.
potions of the Americans; picked up by a Travelling Bachelor. 2 vols. 1828.
Nugae Canorae, or Epitaphian Mementos (in Stone Cutter's Verse) of the Medici Family of Modern Times; by Unus Quorum. 1827.
Pantika, or Traditions of the most Ancient Times; by Wm. Howitt. 2 vols. 1835.
Perennial Calendar and Companion to the Almanack, illustrating the Events of every Day in the Year; by T. Foster, M.B., F.L.S. 1824.
Plain Statement of the Trusts and recent Administration of Lady Hewley's Charities; with Remarks on efforts now making to effect a total disconnexion between Church and State. 1834.
Christ's Holy Gospel vindicated, and Socinianism exposed, being a copious Report of the Proceedings, fyc., in the Matter of Lady Hewley's Charities. 1834.
Polish Record (Hull), No. 1, for August, 1832.
Proceedings of the General Quarterly Board of the Lincoln Lunatic Asylum, held Oct. 13, 1830, with the Official Papers. Lincoln, 1830. Random Records; by George Colman the Younger. 2 vols.
Remains of Alexander Knox, Esq. 2 vols. 1834. the late James Fox Longmire, with a Memoir of
his Life; by Dan. Longmire, B.A. 1834. the late Rev. Charles Wolfe, A.B., with a brief
Memoir of his Life; by the Rev. J. A. Russell, A.M.
Tho. Cranmer, D.D., Archbishop of Canterbury;
collected and arranged by the Rev. Henry Jenkins, M.A., Fellow of Oriel College. 4 vols. 1833.
Reminiscences of Tho. Dibdin, of the Theatre Royal Covent Garden. 2 vols. 1827.
Scenes and Sketches of a Soldier's Life in Ireland.
Secreta Monita Societatis Jesu; the Secret Instructions of the Jesuits; with an Appendix. 1824.
Semi-Serious Observations of an Italian Exile during his Residence in England; by Count Pecchio. 1833.
Sophia de Lissau, a Portraiture of the Jews of the 19th Century, being an Outline of their Religious and Domestic Habits, with explanatory Notes; by the Author of " Emma de Lissau." 1829.
Tracts (vide p. 623).
Traditions and Recollections, Domestic, Clerical, and Literary, in which are included Letters of Charles II., Cromwell, Fairfax, &c.; by the Rev. R. Polwhele. ^ vols.
of Lancashire; by J. Roby, M.R.S.L. 4 vols.
Traditionary Stories of Old Families, and Legendary Illustrations of Family History, with Notes Historical and Biographical; by Andrew Picken. 2 vols. 1833.
Translations, Seaton Poems, Dissertations, Sermons; by the Rev. Francis Wrangham, M.A. 3 vols. 1816.
Traveller's Oracle, or Maxims for Locomotion; containing Precepts for promoting the Pleasure, and Hints for preserving the Health, of Travellers, &c.; by William Kitchener, M.D. 2 vols. 1827.
Vicissitudes in the Life of a Soldier; written by himself.
Warreniana, with Notes, Critical and Explanatory; by the
Whims and Oddities, in Prose and Verse, with 40 Original
Works, Arminius's, D.D., translated from the Latin; to which
, Barbauld's (Anna Laetitia), with a Memoir; by Lucy
Aikin. 2 vols. 1825.
, Burke's (Right Hon. Edmund); vide p. 624. Vol.
15 and 16, edited by Bishop King. 1827.
, Craddock's (James, Esq., M.A., F.S.A.), Literary
and Miscellaneous. 4 vols. 1828.
, Gray's (Thomas), with Critical Notes, a Life of the
Author, and an Essay on his Poetry; edited by the Rev.
, Hall's (Rev. Robert, A.M.) 5 vols.
, Lightfoot's (Rev. John, D.D.). 13 vols. 1822-25.
—* Reynolds' (Right Rev. Edw., D.D.), Lord Bishop of Norwich, now first collected, with his Funeral Sermon, by B. Rively, one of his Lordship's Chaplains; to which is prefixed a Memoir of the Life of the Author; by Alex. Chalmers, F.S.A. 6 vols. 1826.
, Pope's (Alexander); vide p. 628.
20 || Letter to the Rev. W. L. Bowles, in Reply to his Letter to Tho. Campbell, Esq., and to his Letters to the Right Hon. Lord Byron, containing a Vindication of their Defence of the Poetical Character of Pope, and an Inquiry into the Nature of Poetical Images, fyc.; by M'Dermot. 1822. 20 || Rev. W. L. Bowies' Letters to Mr. T. Campbell, as far as regards Poetical Criticism, fyc.; and the Answer to the Writer in the Critical Review, as far as they relate to the same Subject. 1822. Final Appeal to the Literary Public relating to Pope, in Reply to certa»n Observations of Mr. Roscoe, in his