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The continuation of Sir Richard Hoare's History of Ancient Wiltshire will, in the ensuing season, be presented to the public It is written on the same plan as the South Wiltshire, and will describe the antiquities worthy of remark in the northern district of the county, and be accompanied with engravings by Messrs Cooke, Basirc, &c

A Description of the Islands of Java, Bali, and Celebes, with an account of the principal nations and tribes of the Indian Archipelago, is in preparation; by John Crawford, Esq. late resident at the court of the Sultan of Java.

Messrs Longman and Co. have lately received from America an interesting manuscript, containing a Narrative of the Wreck of the ship Oswego, on the coast of 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 concerning the peculiar perils of that coast; by Judah Paddock, her late master. The work will be published in the course of the present month.

The Rev. H. J. Todd has a work in the press on Original Sin, Free-will, Grace, Regeneration, Justification, Faith, Good Works, and Universal Redemption, as maintained in certain declarations of our Reformers, which are the ground-work of the articles of the established church. It will be followed by an Account of the Subscription to the Articles in 1604, and an historical and critical introduction to the whole.

M. Kotzebue is preparing for publication his account of the Russian Embassy to Persia, which will appear at the same time in London and Weymar.

Dr James Johnson, author of " The Influence of Tropical Climates on European Constitutions," &c will speedily publish a small work, entitled, The Influence of Civic Life, Sedentary Habits, and Intellectual Refinement, on Human Health and Human Happiness; including an Estimate of the balance of enjoyment and suffering in the different gradations of society.

Shortly will be published. Memoirs on the Present State of Science and Scientific Institutions in France; containing a descriptive and historical account of the Royal Garden of Plants; the Royal Institute; the Polytechnic School; the Faculty of Sciences; the College of France; and the Cabinet of Mineralogy: the Public Libraries; the Medical School; and the Hospitals f with plans of the latter, never before published, &c &c: illustrated by numerous plates and tables; by A. B. Granville, M.D. F.R.S. F.L.S. M.R.I., Ac.

Vol. III.

Dr Spiker, one of the librarians of the King of Prussia, who recently visited this country for literary and scientific objects, has published, in German, the first volume of his Tour through England, Wales, and Scotland; a translation of which will be published here, under the authority of, and with some additional remarks by, the author.

Memoirs, Biographical, Critical, and Literary, of the most eminent Physicians and Surgeons of the present time in the United Kingdom; with a choice Collection of their Prescriptions, and a specification of the diseases for which they were given, forming a complete modem extemporaneous pharmacopoeia: to which is added, an Appendix, containing an account of the different medical institutions in the metropolis, scientific and charitable.

The Rev. S. Clapham of Christ-church, Hants, will shortly publish the Pentateuch, or Five Books of Moses illustrated; containing an explication of the phraseology incorporated with the text, for the use of families and schools.

Underwood's Catalogue of Medical Books for 1818-19, with a List of the Lectures delivered in London, is in the press.

Anderson and Chase are preparing for publication their Annual Catalogue of New and Second-hand Medical Books, with a complete List of the Lectures delivered in London, their terms, hours of attendance, &c

Dr Jones's new translation of the Four Gospels into Welsh, will be published in a few days.

Sermons, in two volumes, by the Rev. Charles Moore, are in the press.

Robert Soutliey, Esq. has in the press, in two octavo volumes. Memoirs of the Life of John Wesley, the founder of the English Methodists.

Mr G. Russell, of his Majesty's Office of Works, has in the press, a Tour through Sicily in 1815; performed in company with three German gentlemen of considerable literary attainments.

Mr H. B. Fearon will soon publish, in an octavo volume, Sketches of America, being the narrative of a journey of more than five thousand miles through the eastern and western states.

Two volumes of Sermons, by the late Rev. E. Kobson, thirty-seven years curate of St Mary, Whitechapel, selected from his MSS. by the Rev. H. C. Donnoughuc, are' in the press.

Mr John Chalmers, author of a History of Malvern, is printing a History of Worcester, abridged from the histories of Dr Nash and Mr Green, with much additional information.


Mr Henry Thomson will soon publish, Remarks on the Conduct of a Nursery; intended to give information to youag mothers, and those likely to become such.

Mr A. T. Thomson has in the press, in an octavo volume, the London Dispensatory; containing the Klemcnts and Practice of Materia Medica and Pharmacy, with a translation nf the London, Edinburgh, and Dublin Pharmacopoeias.

The Rev. Fred. Nolan is preparing a Grammatical Analysis (on a plan altogether new) of the French, Italian, Spanish, Greek, l.atin, Hebrew, and Syrlic Languages, with a Classed Vocabulary; to be printed in a duodecimo volume.

The third edition of the late Dr Saunders' Treatise on Div-a-i.-s of the Eye. with a short account of his life by Dr Farre, will soon appear.

The fifth edition of the History of the British West Indies, by Bryan Edwards, continued to the present time, in four octavo volumes, with a quarto one of maps and plates, is expected early in next month.


A Most accurate Compendium of the Faculty Collection of Decisions, from its commencement in 17.5? to the Session of 1817; by Mr Peter llalkcrston, solicitor in the Supreme Courts.

Martin's Voyage to St Kilda in 1697, and Supplement to the Feuds and Conflicts of the Clans, from an original MS. in 1656.

A new edition of Inquiry whether Crime

and Misery are pioduced or pnrras-; our present system of prison ctisc~srri Thomas Powell Buxton. Earj. M. P.

Reports of Cases Tried in tie Jury fcfrom the Institution of the One a :■ to the sittings at Edinburgh eefc. March 1819.

Mr Krydson, Edinburgh., is. pror:.' immediate publication, in ito, tain on Distinctions of Rank, as bessec^ the Governments of Modern Esr^t ... derived from the Political ana Miar; stitutions of the Feudal System. A <*.this treatise, under the title of Haair. was formerly laid before rive p^-J*- .met with a favourable reception. The absent publication will include, L As ksL~. cal deduction of the ftrudal srsrsn. 'territorial structure, and disuocme seEzconstitution termed Chivalry—(he fccr.consisting of fiefs, or feudal peesesetTLland, the latter of incorporeal rief*. *i ■— possessions indignity, rank, and prszcr;2. A view of the government at tin &-kingdoms, in reference to the gKKri sign of this work- 3. Of disanrkc rank as inseparable from the estahfer-: of society. 4. The specific degrees a i* tlemen and esquire, the dignity ef k~j: hood, and the pre-eminent cUgnirf i peerage, belonging respectively to the ;• tical department of the feudal srstrE- designated by tides and symbols of fcry, which symbols are here exemplitei' series of vignette armorial engravkfs.

The Appeal, a tragedy; as perform the Theatre-Royal, Edinburgh.



ANTIUU1TIES. The History and Antiquities of Gainsborough, in the county of Lincoln ; together with a topographical account of Stow, principally in illustration of its claim to be considered as the Roman Sidnacester; by William Hett, M.A. 8vo. IDs. Gd. boards.


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Memoirs of the public and private Life of John Howard, the philanthropist; compiled from his private diary and letters, tile journal of his confidential attendant, the communications of his family and surviving friends, and other authentic sources of information; most of it entirely original; by James Baldwin Brown, Esq. of the Inner Temple, barrister at law, Uo.

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The Spirit of the Gospel; or the Four Evangelists Elucidated, by explanatory observations, historical references, and towel

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More Work for Dr Hawker, in Reply to his Misrepresentations of the Gospel of Jesus Christ; by the Rev. Thomas Smith, of St John's College. Cambridge, and Master of Gordon House Academy, Kentish Town, Middlesex.

The Scripture Testimony to the Messiah; an Inquiry with a view to a satisfactory determination of the doctrine taught in the Holy Scriptures concerning the Person of Christ; including a careful examination of the Rev. Thomas Belsham's Calm Inquiry, and of the other principal Unitarian works on the same subject; by John Pye Smith, D.D. Vol. l,8vo. Its.


Lucretia ; a tragedy, in five acts. 2s. 6d.


No X. of Annals of the Fine Arts. 5s.

Picturesque Delineations of the Southern Coast of England. Engraved by W. B. Cooke and G. Cooke, from original drawings by J. M. W. Turner, R.A. and other eminent artists: containing East and West I.ooe, Cornwall; Ilfracomb, North Devon; and Tintagel Castle, Cornwall; with vignettes of the Logan Rocks, Cornwall, and Cowes Castle, Isle of Wight. Royal tto (Prints) 9s. 6d- Imperial +to (Proofs) 18s. OEOORAPIIY.

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A Digest of the Law of the Distribution of the Personal Estates of Intestates; by F. Mascall, Esq. of Lincoln's Inn, 8vo. 6s.

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The Natural History of the Birds of Paradise, Toucans, and Barbus, followed by that of the Promerops, Guepiers, and Coumucous ; by F. Levaillant. Thirty-three livraisons, 3 vols folio.


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Life of James Sharp, archbishop of St Andrews, with an Account of bis Death, by an Eye-witness.

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Ilis Grace the Duke of Gordon, Robert Viscount Melville, the Ripht Hon. Archibald Colquhoun, Lord Register; the Right Hon. Alexander Mao onochiv, Lord Advocate; and the Right Hon. David Boyle, Lord Justice Clerk—are appointed {.'ammittioncrs for keeping the Crown and Regalia of Scotland, by a warrant issued- under the sign, and commission cxpede under the Great Seal of Scotland.

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The Right Honourable Lord Napier has presented Mr John Beimel, preacher of the Gospel, to the church and parish of Ettriek, vacant by the death of the late Rev. Charles Paton.

The Magistrates and Town Council of Dumbarton have presented Mr William JarTray, preacher of the Go?pel at Stirling, to the church and parish of Dumbarton, vacant by the death of the Rev. James oliphant.

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