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QUARTERLY LIST OF NEW PUBLICATIONS,
From January 8. tа April 8. 1805,
AGRICULTURE. A General View of the Agriculture of the County of Norfolk, drawn up for the Confideration of the Board of Agriculture; by the Secretary of the Board, with Plates. 8vo. 88.
ASTRONOMY. An Illustration of Sir Isaac Newton's Method of Reasoning, by prime and ultimate Ratios : comprehendèng the first A&tion of his Principia, and as much of the second and third Sections as is necessary to explain the Motions of the Heavenly Bodies. By the Rev. T. Newton, M. A. F. R. S. 28. 6d.
BIOGRAPHY. The Life of Sir Walter Raleigh, Knt.; by Arthur Cayley, jun. Efą. with a Portrait. 2 vols. 4to. 11. 165. boards.
Original Anecdotes of Frederick the Great, King of Prussia, his Family, his Court, his Ministers, his Academies, and his Literary Friends ; by M. Thiebault. 2 vol. 8vo.
The Honey-Moon, a Comedy, as performing at the Theatre-Royal, Drury-Lane ; Written by the late John Tobin, Esq. 26. 6d.
The Land We Live in, a comedy ; acted the first time at Drury, Lane theatre, December 19. 1804.
The Theatrical Recorder. By Thomas Holcroft. No. I. (To be continued monthly.) 28. od.
The Blind Bargain, or Hear it Out; a comedy. By Frederick Rey, nolds, Esq. 28. 6d.
The School for Reform ; or, How to Rule a Husband; a Comedy, as performed at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden ; written by Thomas Mortoo.
To Marry, or Not to Marry; a Comedy, as performed at the Thea. tre Royal, Covent Garden ; written by Mrs Inchbald.
The Honeit Soldier; a Comedy; written by the late J. H. Colls. 3$.
Too many Cooks; a Musical Farce, as performed at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden ; written by James Kenny.
The Natural Son; a Tragedy; written by James Mason. 38.
The English Fleet in 1342 ; an Historical Comic Opera, as performed at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden ; written by Thomas Dibdin.
The London Primer, or First Book for Children ; intended as an introduction to Dr Mavor's, and the various other spelling books. 6d.
Instructions, or Dialogues between a Parent and his Children ; inter. spersed with original fables, well adapted to the capacities of youth. Small 8vo. with cuts. 38, 9d.
An Alphabetical Key to Propria quæ Maribus ; Quæ Genus; and As in Præfenti: containing all the examples, declined and translated, with the rules quoted under each, and numerical references to the context. By J. Carey, LL.D. 25. 6d.
An Attempt to adapt Sacred History to the Capacities of Children; by R. Burgh, M. A.
The Afiatic Annual Regifter ; or, a View of the History of Hindoftan, and of the Politics, Commerce, and Literature of Afia, for the Year 1803.
8vo. The History of the Peloponnesian War, tranflated from the Greek of Thucydides; to which are added, Three Preliminary Discourses, by William Smith, D.D. Dean of Chefter ; Fourth Edition ; to which is now firit prefixed, the Life and Character of the Translator, and his Portrait, elegantly engraved, taken from an Original Painting, and with Two Maps. 2 vol. 8vo.
The prefent Aate of Peru. 2 vols. 4to. Illustrated by coloured Engravings. 21. 2s. boards.
A Narrative of the loss of the Earl of Abergavenny East Indiaman; with an Official Return of the Ship’s Company, Passengers, &c. 18. 6d.
Elements of History and Chronology ; fhewing the Origin of States and the Revolutions of Empires, from the creation to the close of the year 1804; by John Luffman. 2 vols. 8vo, 18s. boards.
The Rife, Progress, Decline and Fall of Bonaparte's Empire in France. By W. Barre, author of · The History of the French Consulate under Bonaparte.' With portraits. 8vo.
The Trials of Thomas Price and Matthew Crosse for Perjury, in voting at the late Middlesex Election.
The Statutes at Large. By Pickering. Vol. 45. Part. I. 13S. boards.
An Enquiry into the Origin and Influence of the Controverted point of Law, called, the Rule in Shilley's Cale, fuggested by the late deci. fion of Sweet v. Herring, in the King's Bench, and Poole v. Poole, &c. in the Common Pleas ; by Jacob Phillips, E'q.
The Trial at Large, of Colonel Robert Pallingham and John Edwards, for a Conspiracy againit George Townshend Forrester, Esq. ; before Lord Ellenborough, February 1805 ; by Robert Johnton, Lfq. 18.
A Report of the Progress of Vaccine Inoculation in Bengal; by John Shoolbred.
An Examination of that part of the Evidence relative to Cow Pox, which was delivered to a Committee of the House of Commons by two of the Surgeons of St Thomas's Hospital; with remarks on inoculated Small Pox; by W. R, Roger: ; with a coloured Engraving. 29. A practical Treatise on the Efficacy and Safety of Stizolobin, or Q4
Cowheige (the Dolichos Pruriens of Linnæus), internally administered in Diseases occasioned by Worms; the ninth Edition, considerably enlarged; by William Chamberlaine 35.
The Edinburgh Medical and Surgical Journal ; exhibiting a concise view of the lateit and moft important discoveries in Medicine, Surgery, and Pharmacy. By a Society of Gentlemen in London and Edinburgh. No. I. (To be continued quarterly.) 35.
Observations on the Cow-Pox, shewing that it originates in Scrophulus ; with Cafes to prove that it is no security against the SmallPox, &c. By R. Squirrell, M. D. 2s. 6d.
A Reply to Mr Ellin's two Cases of Gout. By Robert Kinglakes,
Sme recent Cases of Small Pox subsequent to Vaccination ; by Wil. liam Goldson. 35.
A Letter to William Wilberforce, Esq. by James Carmichael Smyth, M. D. containing Remarks on a Pamphlet entitled • An Account of the Discovery of the Power of Mineral Acid Vapours to destroy Con. tagion;' by John Johnstone, M. D. published in London in 1803. 16,
Cafes of Two Extraordinary Polypi removed from the Nose; and describing an Improved Instrument for the Fistula in Ano : with Obser. vations on that Disease; by Thomas Whatley, Surgeon.
A Treatise on the Cow.pox; by Benjamin Moseley, M. D. 48.
The Domestic Pharmacopæia ; or, Complete Medical Guide for Families. 12mo. 48.
boards. Important Hints on the present State of the Infantry Forces in general belonging to this Empire ; suggesting Means of rendering the Volunteer Forces far fuperior in the most essential Points to the Regulars, in the space of a Month. 25. 60.
A Chart of Comparative Rank between the Army, Navy, Marines, Ordnance, Artillery, Engineers, Militia, Medical Staff, Governors, and the East India Company's Military, Fiscal, and Commercial, Appointments ; the whole coloured ; diflinguishing Commissions from the Kirg. 155.
Proceedings of a General Court Martial on the Condue of Lieutenant Colonel Robert Rollo Gillespie, of the 20th Regiment of Light Dragoons, held at Colchester in June and July 1804. 35.
MISCELLANIES. Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh ; Third and concluding Part of the Fifth Volume. 4t). 78. 6d. boards.
A Letter from Philodiddle to the Public on the Maragement of the Opera. 13.
Remarks on the late Address of William Baker, Esq. M. P. to the Freeholders of the County of Hertford. 60.
The London Register, Historical, Political, and Literary. 8vo. pol. 1. (to be continued Quarterly) 85. 6d. boards. Censura Literaria ; containing Titles and Abitracts of scarce Books,
original Disquisitions, and Articles of Literary Biography; partly in Imitation of the Plan of Oldy's British Librarian. No. I. (to be con tinued occafionally) 25. 60. • Patriotic Fund The Second Report of the Committee, containing Minutes of their Proceedings from ist of March, 1804, to March ift, 1805.
- The First Part of the Strictures on the Practice and Conduct of Attornies, and other Public Chara&ters, &c. &c. ; by Robert Höllo, way, Gent. 38.
Observations on Charity Schools, Female Friendly Societies, and other subjects connected with the Ladies' Committee (to which Committee the Work is with Permillion dedicated); by Catherine Cappe.
Observations on Lord Caftlereagh's Speech, 19th July 1804 ; and on the State of the East India Company's Affairs.
A Letter to the Rev. George Burder, occasioned by his Sermon on Lawful Amusements, preached January 10, 1905.
A Differtation on the best means of Civilizing the Subjects of the British Empire in India, and of diffusing the Christian Religion throughout the Eastern World; by the Rev. William Cockburn. 45.- This Differtation gained the Prize given to the Univerfity of Cambridge by the Rev. Claud. Buchanan, Vice President of the College at Calcutta.
An Essay on the Spirit and Influence of the Reformation by Luther; the Work which obtained the Prize on this Question, proposed by the National Institute of France, • What has been the influence of the Reformation by Luther on the Political Situation of the States of Europe, and on the Progress of Knowledge;' by C. Villers ; translated by B. Lambert. 8vo. gs. boards.
Dodfley's Annual Register for the year 1803, being the 45th Vo. lume.
12s. boards. Moral Curiosity ; containing Sentiments relative to one of the most predominant Pallions of the Human Heart.
The New Annual Regilter for the Year 1803, 14s. boards.
The Spirit of the Public Journals (Vol. VIII.) for 1804. (To be continued annually.) 65.
A Reply to Mr Richard Gardiner's Answer to a Narrativè exposing irregular Transactions in one of the Departments of Foreign Corps. By James Poole.
28. 6. Selections from the Spectator, Tatler, Guardian, and Freeholder; with a preliminary Effay by Anna Lætitia Barbauld. 3 vols. 1 2mo. ICS, 6d.
A Refutation of the Pamphlet which Colonel Picton lately addressed to Lord Hobart. By Colonel Fullarton. 28. 6d.
Statement of Faets relative to the Treatment experienced by Sir Home Popham, fince his return from the Red Sea, &c.
28 6d. Hear both Sides; or, A Defence of the Society for the Suppreflion of Vice, in Reply to a Letter to a Member of the Society.
Culina Famulatrix Medicinæ ; or, Receipts in Cookery ; with a Medical Commentary by A Hunter, M. D. 12mo. 45. boards.
An Address to the Inhabitants of all large Towns, recommending Vaccination. 2d.
Reasons why the Society of Friends should not vote for Members of Parliament, &c.
Confiderations on the Subject of Defensive War. 9d.
The Principles of Moral Science. By Robert Forsyth Efq. vol. I. 8vo. ics. 6d. boards.
Miscellanies. By Richard Twiss. 2 vols. 11. 15. boards.
The Correspondence between Frances Countess of Hartford (late Duchess of Somerset) and Henrietta Louisa Countess of Pomfret, 3 vol. 8vo. Embellished with a Portrait of Lady Pomfret, by CaroLine Watson. Il. 18.
Harvest Home ; confifting, among a great Variety of interesting Matter, of supplementary Gle.nings in England, of original Poems, original Dramas, of Sketches of the State of English Artizans, &c. &c. by S. J. Pratt. With a Portrait of the Author. 3 large 8vo vols.
The Society of Friends, or People commonly called Quakers, ex. amined; by John Brifted. 8vo. 6s.
A Letter to the Members of the Proclamation Society for the Supprefion of Vice.
18. An Inquiry into the Origin and Mode of Commencement of the different Wars of Europe for the laft two centuries. To which are added, Authorities upon the Nature of modern Declarations.
A Letter to a Member of the Society for the Suppression of Vice ; in which its Principles are examined and condemned.
A Meteorological Journal of the Year 1804, kept in Paternoster Row, London ; by William Bent. 8vo.
IS. 6d. A General Treatise on Cattle ; comprehending the Breeding, Management, Improvement, and Diseases; by John Lawrence. 8vo. 128. buards.
MINERALOGY. A Theoretical and Practical Treatise on Subterraneous Surveying, and the Magnetic Variation of the Needle. By Thomas Fenwick, Surveyor of Mines.
IOS. 6d. Remarks on a Pamphlet, entitled, · Obfervations on the Concise Statement of Facts, privately circulated by Sir Home Popham; ' with Strictures on the Reports of the Navy and Victualling Boards on some Proceedings of the late Board of Admiralty, not generally promulgated ; Hints relative to the late Experiments against the Enemy's Flotilla, &c. 25
The Transport's Monitor ; being a Practical Treatise on the Duties of Masters of Transports, Victuallers, &c.; by Henry Abbott, Agent. 6ş, 6d, boards,