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ART. I. 1. An Historical and Critical Enquiry into the Interpre-
tation of the Hebrew Scriptures, with Remarks on Mr. Bella-
my's New Translation. By J. W. Whittaker, M. A. Fellow of
2. A New Translation of the Holy Bible. Part II. By J. Bellamy.
3. Reasons in favour of a New Translation of the Holy Scriptures.
By Sir James Bland Burges, Bart.
4. A Vindication of our Authorized Translation and Translators of
the Bible, in answer to Objections of Mr. John Bellamy and Sir
James Bland Burges. By the Rev. H. J. Todd, M. A.
5. Supplement to an Historical and Critical Enquiry into the In-
terpretation of the Hebrew Scriptures. with Remarks on Mr.
Bellamy's New Translation. By J. W. Whittaker, M. A. Fellow
II. 1. An Essay on certain Points of Resemblance between the
Ancient and Modern Greeks. By the Hon. Frederick Sylv.
2. Travels in the Ionian Isles, Albania, Thessaly, Macedonia, &c.
during the Years 1812 and 1813. By Henry Holland, M. D.
a Poem; with Notes, Classical Illustrations and
Sketches of the Scenery. By William Haygarth, Esq. A. M. 325
IV. 1. Facts and Observations respecting Canada and the United
States of America; affording a Comparative View of the induce-
ments to Emigration presented in those Countries: to which is
tlers in the British Colonies. By Charles F. Grece, Member of
the Montreal and Quebec Agricultural Societies; and Author
of Essays on Husbandry, addressed to the Canadian Farmers.
2. The Emigrant's Guide to Upper Canada; or, Sketches of the
Present State of that Province, collected from a Residence
therein during the Years 1817, 1818, 1213 Interspersed with
Reflections. By C. Stuart, Esq. Retired Captain of the Honour
able the East India Company's Service, and one of His Majesty's
Justices of the Peace for the Western District of Upper Canada.
3. A Visit to the Province of Upper Canada, in 1819. By James
V. 1. Anecdotes, Observations, and Characters of Books and
Men, collected from the Conversation of Mr. Pope, and other
eminent Persons of his Time. By the Rev. Joseph Spence.
Now first published from the original Papers, with Notes and a
Life of the Author by Samuel Weller Singer.
2. Observations, Anecdotes, and Characters of Books and Men.
By the Rev. Joseph Spence. Arranged with Notes by Edmund
3. The invariable Principles of Poetry, in a letter addressed to
Thomas Campbeli, Esq. occasioned by some Critical Observa-
tions in his Specimens of British Poets, particularly relating to
the Poetical Character of Pope. By the Rev. W. L. Bowles. - 400
2. Travels in the North of Germany. By T. Hodgskin, Esq.
3. A View of the Agriculture, Manufactures, Statistics, and State
of Society of Germany, and Parts of Holland and France; taken
during a Journey through those Countries, in 1819. By Wm.
4. Die wichtigsten Leben Momente Karl Ludwig Sands aus
5. Memoirs of Charles Lewis Sand, including a Narrative of the
Circumstances attending the Death of Augustus von Kotzebue.
VII. Fables from La Fontaine, in English Verse.
VIII. The Gas Blow-pipe, or art of Fusion, by burning the
Gaseous Constituents of Water: giving the History of the Philo-
sophical Apparatus so denominated; the Proofs of Analogy in its
operations to the Nature of Volcanoes; together with an Ap-
pendix, containing an Account of Experiments with this Blow-
pipe. By Edward Daniel Clark, LL. D. Professor of Mineralogy
in the University of Cambridge, Member of the Royal Academy
IX. The Comedies of Aristophanes. By T Mitchell, A. M. late
Fellow of Sidney-Sussex College, Cambridge. Vol. I.
3. Substance of the Speech delivered by the Chancellor of the
Exchequer, on Monday the 16th of March, 1818, on proposing
a Grant of One Million for providing Additional Places of Pub-
XI. Memoirs of Richard Lovell Edgeworth, Esq. Begun by
himself and concluded by his Daughter, Maria Edgeworth.
XII. 1. The Church in danger; a Statement of the Cause, and
of the probable Means of averting that Danger. Attempted by
2. The Basis of National Welfare; considered in Reference chiefly
to the Prosperity of Britain, and Safety of the Church of Eng-
4. A:Sketch of the History of Churches in England, to which is
added a Sermon.cn: the Honours of God in Places of Public
Worship: ByJobn:Brewster, M. A. Rector of Egglescliffe and
Vicar of Greatham in.the County of Durham.
5. A Letter to the.Right Honourable the Earl of Liverpool on
that Part of the Speech of his Royal Highness the Prince Re-
gent, which recommended the Attention of Parliament to the
Deficiency in the Number of Places of Public Worship belong-
ing to the Established Church. By James Elmes, Architect.
6. New Churches, considered with respect to the Opportunities
they offer for the Encouragement of Painting. By B. R. Haydon. 549
ART. I, Memoirs of John Duke of Marlborough, with his Original
Correspondence; collected from the Family Records
at Blenheim, and other authentic sources: illustrated
with Portraits, Maps, and Military Plans. By Willaim
II. Michael Howe, the last and worst of the Bush Rangers
of Van Diemen's Land. Narrative of the Chief Atro-
cities committed by this Great Murderer and his Asso-
ciates, during a Period of Six Years, in Van Diemen's
IV. 1. Report from the Select Committee on the Highways
of the Kingdom, together with the Minutes of Evi-
2. A Practical Essay on the scientific Repair and Pre-
servation of Public Roads,-presented to the Board of
3. Remarks on the present System of Road Making, with
Observations deduced from Practice and Experience,
&c. By John Loudon M'Adam, Esq. General Sur-
4. An Essay on the Construction of Roads and Carriages.
By Richard Lovell Edgeworth, Esq. F.R S. M.R.I.A.
5. A Practical Treatise on the making and upholding of
Public Roads, with a few Remarks on forming Ap-
proaches to Gentlemen's Houses; and a Dissertation
on the Utility of Broad Wheels and other Improve-
ments. By James Paterson, Road Surveyor, Montrose. 96
1. Proceedings in Parga, and the Ionian Islands, with a
Series of Correspondence and other justificatory Do-
cuments. By Lieut. Colonel C. P. de Bosset.
VI. 'Eaλnvin Bißolny. With Observations relating to the
2. Exposé des Faits qui ont précedé et suivi la Cession
de Parga; Ouvrage écrit originairement en Grec par
un Parganiote, et tra luit en Français par un de ses
Compatriotes; publié par Amaury Duval, Membre de
VII. Vie Privée de Voltaire et de Madame du Châtelet, pen-
dant un Séjour de Six Mois à Cirey, par l' Auteur des
Lettres Péruviennes-Suivie de cinquante Lettres
inédites on vers et en prose de Voltaire.
VIII. Poems, descriptive of Rural Life and Scenery
Clare, a Northamptonshire Peasant.
1. De l'Angleterre. Par Monsieur Rubichon.
X. The fall of Jerusalem, a Dramatic Poem.
2. De l'Angleterre. Par Monsieur Rubichon. Vol. II. 174
H. H. Milman, Vicar of St. Mary's, Reading; and late
2. Almanach des Gourmands.
Treachery of the Arabs.
XI. Voyage dans l'Intérieur de l'Afrique aux Sources du Sé-
négal et de la Gambie, fait en 1818, par odre du
Gouvernement Français. Par G. Mollien.