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THE COURSE OF TIME:
A Poem, in Ten Books.
BY ROBERT POLLOK, A.M. is Edition, Arguments are prefixed to each Book, which may also be had separately,
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BY THE Rev. JOHN BALLANTYNE.
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With other Poems.
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THE FOREST SANCTUARY:
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F.R.SS. L. & E. &c. &c. &c.
on Medical, Botanical, and Miscellaneous Subjects.
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Minister of the Gospel at Eastwood.
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BY BENJAMIN BELL,
In Post 8vo, price 88. LETTERS FROM THE CONTINENT; tten during a Residence of Eighteen Months, in 1826-7, containin Sketches of Foreign Scenery and Manners. With Hints as to the
Different Modes of Travelling, and Expense of Living, he Rev. WEEVER WALTER, M. A. of St John's College, Camh
OF THE REFORMATION IN SPAIN,
HISTORY OF THE
FROM 1808 to 1814.
THE BOSCOBEL TRACTS:
NARRATIVES RELATING TO THE ESCAPE OF
In one large Volume Octavo,
BY PROFESSOR SANDFORD,
WILLIAM BLACKWOOD, EDINBURGH,
AND T. CADELL, LONDON.
DICTIONARIUM SCOTO-CELTICUM, A DICTION. ARY OF THE GAELIC LANGUAGE, COMPRISING AN AMPLE VocaBULARY OF GAELIC WORDS, AS PRESERVED IN VERNACULAR SPEECH, MANUSCRIPTS, OR Printed WORKS, WITH THEIR SIGNIFICATION AND VARIOUS MEANINGS IN ENGLISH AND LATIN, illustrated by suitable examples and phrases, and with etymological remarks, and vocABULARIES OF LATIN AND ENGLISH WORDS, with their translation into Gaelic. To which are prefixed AN INTRODUCTION, explaining the Nature, Objects, and Sources of the Work, and A COMPENDIUM OF GAELIC GRAMMAR. COMPILED AND PUBLISHED UNDER THE DIRECTION OF THE HIGHLAND SOCIETY OF SCOTLAND. In two large volumes, 4to, L.7, 7s. A few on large paper, 2 vols. Royal 4to, L.10, 10s.
... This great Work has occupied the attention of a Committee of the Society since 1814, and presents not only a fully illustrated view of the Gaelic of Scotland, but surpasses in extent any Lexicon of the Celtic Language ever offered to the public in this or any other country.
THE LIFE of MANSIE WAUCH, TAILOR in DALKEITH. Written by Himself. In 12mo, 7s.
LECTURES, EXPOSITORY and PRACTICAL, on SELECT PORTIONS of SCRIPTURE. By ANDREW THOMSON, D.D., Minister of St George's Church, Edinburgh. In 12mo. Second Edition. 8s.
TALES OF THE MOORS; or, RAINY DAYS IN ROSSSHIRE. By the Author of “SELWYN IN SEARCH OF A DAUGHTER.” Dedicated to Sir Walter Scott, Bart. Post 8vo, 10s. 6d.
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CLASSIFICATION and DESCRIPTION of the WINES of BORDEAUX. To which are prefixed, Notices of the Culture of the Vine, the Process of making Wine, &c. By M. PAGUIERRE, Ancien Courtier de Vins. 12mo, with Map. 5s.
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No. VII. will be published on the 1st of April. The SUBALTERN. Originally published in Blackwood's Magazine. Third Edition, 12mo, 75.
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An INQUIRY into the STRUCTURE and AFFINITY of the GREEK and LATIN LANGUAGES, with occasional comparisons of the Sanscrit and Gothic; and an Appendix, in which the Derivation of the Sadscrit from the Greek is endeavoured to be established. By GEORGE DUNBAR, F.R.S.E. and Professor of Greek in the University of Edinburgh. Post 8vo, Ss.
HISTORY of the PROGRESS and SUPPRESSION of the REFORMATION in ITALY during the SIXTEENTH CENTURY; including a Sketch of the History of the Reformation in the Grisons. By THOMAS M'CRIE, D.D. 8vo, ios. 6d.
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