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Sermons on Practical Subjects. By the late Rev. William Jesse, A.M. 8vo.' 9s..
Illustrations of the Divine Goverment; tending to show that every Thing is under the Direction of infinite Wisdom and Goodness, and will terminate in the Production of aniversal Purity and Happiness. By Thomas Southwood Smith. With an Appendix, containing a complete List of Writers on universal Restoration. 65. · An Essay on the Revenues of the Church of England : with an Inquiry into the Necessity, Justice, and Policy of an Abolition or Commutation of Tithes. By the Rev. Morgan Cove, D.C.L. Prebendary of Hereford, and Rector of Eaton Bishop, Herefordshire. Third Edition. Corrected, and greatly en. larged. 18.
Čumparative Thooghts on the Merits of the Society for promoting Christian Knowledge, and the Bible Society; and the Utility of the District Committees exemplified, by an Account of the Proceedings of the District Committee of the Deanery of Newport Paguel, Bucks. By the Rev. John Fisher. 1s. 6d.
A Sermon, composed and preached by Desire, in the Parish Church of St. Mary, Newington Butts, on the Death of the late Dr. Anthony Fothergill, the 30th of May, 1813. By the Rev Robert Dickinson. To which is added an Appendix, containing some Account of the Doctor's Life. 28. 6d.
Two Sermons, preached at the Assizes, holden at Kingston-upon-Thames, on March 30, and at Guildford, on July 27, 1812, before the Lord. Chief Baron; Thomas Starling Benson, Esq. High-Sheriff ; and the Grand Jury of the County of Sorry. By Thomas Sampson, D.D. F.R.S. and F.A.S. Rector of Grotan, Suffolk. 4to. 3s.
Lectures on the Evidences in favour of Christiavity and the Doctrines of the Church of England, intended for the Use of Young Persons, and particularly as preparatory to their first partaking of the Lord's Supper. By the Rev. Henry Walter, A.M. Fellow of St. John's College, Cambridge, 12mo. 3s. 6d.
Every Day Christianity. By the Author of Rhoda. 1 vol. 12mo.
Peace and Persecution incompatible with each other. An Address on the Persecution of the Protestants in the South of France : delivered at Worshipstreet, Finsbury-square, Jan. 18, 1816, being the Thanksgiving Day for the Peace. With an Appendix, illustrative of the Subject. By John Evans, M.A. 15. 6d.
The Subserviency of Free Inquiry and Religious Knowledge, among the lower, Classes of Society, to the Prosperity and Permanence of a State, shown in a Discourse delivered before the Unitarian Society for promoting Christian Know Jedge, at Essex-street Chapel, on Friday, March 29, 1816. By the Rev. J. Joyce.
God the Author of Peace. A Sermon preached in the dissenting Chapel at Mill Hill, in Leeds, on Thursday, Jan. 18, 1816, being the Day appointed for a public Thanksgiving on the Conclusion of a general Peace. By the Rev. Tho. mas Jervis, Minister of Mill Hill Chapel. Is. 6d.
LAW. The Doctrine and Practice of Attachment in the Mayor's Court, London, be. ing the only Work ever written professedly on the Subject; intended chiefly for the Information of Professional Men, Merchants, and Tradesmen. By Robert Woolsey, Genț. 8vo. 73. 6d.
Observations on the Chancery Bar. 8vo. 2s.'
Proceedings in a Cause tried in the Court of King's Bench, Dec. 21, 1815, for special Damages, in Consequence of an Assault committed on a British Merchant, by a General Officer, at Alicant, in Spain. Taken verbatim, in Short-hand, by Mr. Gurney, with a preliminary Statement and Notes, by the Plaintiff. To which is added an Appendix; containing the Brief and Instructions given by the Plaintiff to his leading Counsel, Mr. Serjeant Best. 7s.
A Digested Index to the Crown Law; comprehending all the Points relating to Criminal Matters contained in the Reports of Blackstone, Barrow, Cowper, Douglas, Leach's Crown Law, Raymond, Salkeld, Strange, Wilson, and the Term Reports. By H. N. Tomlins, of the Middle Temple. 8vo. Ins. 6d.
The Practice of the Exchequer of Pleas. By James Manning, Esq. of Linsolo's Inn. Part. 1. 8vo. 12s,
MEDICAL. Observations, with Cases, illustrative of a new, simple, and expeditious Mode of curing Rheumatism and Sprains, without the least debilitating the System. By William Balfour, M.D. 8vo. 10s. 6d.
"A Treatise on the Medicinal Leech; including its Medical and Natural His. tory, with a Description of its Anatomical Structure : also, Remarks upon the Diseases, Preservation, and Management of Leeches. By James Rawlins Johnson, M.D. F.L.S. &c. 8vo. 8s.
HISTORY. Annals of the Reign of King George III. from its Commencement to the general Peace, in 1815. By John Aikin, M.D. 2 vols. 8vo. 11. 5.
Memoirs of the Principal Events in the Campaign of North Holland and Egypt; together with a brief Description of the Islands of Crete, Rhodes, Sycuse, Minorca, and the Voyage in the Mediterranean. By Major Francis Maule, late of the Second, or Queen's Regiment, &c. 8vo. 8s.
A Topographical Account of the Isle of Axholme, in the County of Lincolu. By W. Peck. vol. 1. 4to. 21. 2s.
Travels of Ali Bey, in Morocco, Tripoli, Cyprus, Egypt, Arabia, Syria, and Turkey, between the Years 1803 and 1807. Written by Himself. 2 vols. 4ta. 61. 68.
The Historical Account of the Battle of Waterloo : comprehending a Circum. stantial Narrative of the whole Events of the War of 1815. With Plates, Plans, &c. Illustrating the whole Country from Brussels to Charleroi. Written from the first Authority, by William Mudford, Esq. Part. I. 410. 11. 11. 6d.
Travels in Europe and Africa : comprising a Journey through France, Spain, and Portugal, to Morocco, with a particular Account of that Empire. Also a second Journey through France in 1814, in which a Comparison is drawn between the present and former State of that Country and its Inhabitants. With Plates, &c. 4to. By Col. Maurice Keatinge, Author of the History of the Conquest of Mexico, &c. &c.
Travels in Beloochistan and Sinde, accompanied by a geographical and histow rical Account of those Countries. By Lieutenant Henry Pottinger, of the Hon. East India Company's Service, &c. 4to. 21. 55..
Narrative of an Embassy to Warsaw and Wilna, with Personal Attendance on the Emperor Napoleon, during the disastrous Campaign in Russia, and the Retreat from Moscow. By M. De Pradt, Archbishop of Mechlin. Translated from the second French Edition. 75. boards.
BIOGRAPHY. The Biographical Dictionary. Vol. XXVII. Edited by Alexander Chalmers, F.S.A. 8vo. 12s.
Memoirs of the late Thomas Holcroft, written by Himself, and continued to the Time of his Death, from his Diary, Notes and other Papers. 3 vols. 12mo. 11. 18.
A Narrative of what is known respecting the literary Remains of the late John Tweddell. By Philip Hunt, L.L.D. formerly Chaplain to his Excellency the Earl of Elgin, Ambassador Extraordinary, &c. at Constantinople.
POLITICAL An Examination of the Principles of the Slave Registry Bill, and of the Means of Etnancipation, proposed by the Authors of the Bill. By G. W. Jordan, Esq. F.R.S. Colonial Agent for Barbadoes. 45.
Improved Agriculture, and the Suppression of Smuggling, Property Tax, and Poor's Rates, &c. &c. By Ferdinand Vanderstraetan. 8vo. 10s. 6d
The London Savings Bank: an Account of its Foundation, Progress, and Success, detailing the successive Steps adopted. By Charles Taylor, Treasurer of the London Savings Bank. 1s. 6d.
The First Year's Report of the Provident Institution; or Saving Bank* established at Bath, Jan. 1815, to which are added, Observations on the Principles of Provident Institutions, or Savings Banks. 1s. 6d.
On the State of the Nation : an Address to those Members of Parliament who are only actuated by a Sense of public Duty. By an Irishman. 18.
Remedies proposed as certain, speedy, and effectual, for the Relief of the present Embarrassments. By an Independent Gentleman. . 2s.6d.
On the Policy of throwing open the Transit Trade in Foreign Linens, and of the Importance of that Trade to the general Commerce and Manufactures of the British Empire. 1s.
An Impartial Examination of the Insolvent Debtor's Bill; pointing out the gross Frauds and Abuses practised under it, &c. By A. B. Warrand. 23.
A brief Exposition of the actual State of the L’nd Owners and the Farmers of Great Britaiui, &c. By Thomas Simpson, Esq.
A Plan for a general Inclosure Bill for Commons of a limited Extent, &c. By a Country Gentleman, formerly a Member of the House of Commons. 1s.
Historie de l'Origine, des Progres, et de la Decadence des diverses Factions Revolutionnaires, qui ont agité la France depuis 1789, jusqu'a la seconde Abdication de Bonaparie. Par Joseph La Vallee, ancient Capitaine d'Infanterie et ancien Chef de Division à la Grand Cliancellerie de la Legion d'Honneur, 3 vols. 8vo. 11. 7s.
Negro Emancipation made easy; with Reflections on the African Institution and Slave Register Bill. By a British Planter.
An Inquiry into the Extent of the present real Depreciation of Landed Pro. perty, with its real Canses, and the best Mode of managing Estates under the present Circumstances. By John Sellon, Land-Agent. 2s.6d.
A brief View of the actual Condition and Treatment of the Negro Slaves, in the British Colonies, in a Letter to a Member of the Imperial Parliament. By Capt. Henderson, late of the Second Batt. 44th, &c. 2s. 6d.
Cursory Remarks and Plain Facts, connected with the Question produced by the proposed Slave Registry Bill, respecting tire State and Condition of the cotoured People of the West Indies. By J. W. Orderson, late of Barbadoes. 1$.
A Supplement to Political Portraits in this new Æra, with explanatory Notes, historical and biographical. By William Playfair, Author of the two former Volumes. 8vo. 12s.
Proofs and Demonstrations how much the projected Registry of Colonial Negroes is unfounded and uncalled for : comprehending the Reports and Resolves of the Bahama Assembly, with the Examinations of the most respectable Persous as to the Facts of the Case. By George Chalmers, Esq. F.R.S. S.A. 10s. 60.
Eugland, and the English People. By Jean Baptiste Say, Professor of Political Ěconomy, in the " Athenée Royal” of Paris. 23. 6d.
Catechism of Political Economy, or Familiar Conversations on the Manner ity which Wealth is produced, distributed, and consumed, in Society. Translated from the French of Jean Baptiste Say, Professor of Political Economy.. in the “ Athenée Royal" of Paris. 6s. boards.
Mont St. Jean. By the Rev. Wm. Liddiard. 55.
The Bonaparteid; or a Serio-comic Sketch of tie Political Life and Adventures of the renowned Napoleon Bonaparte. 8vo. 45.
The City of the Plague, a dramatic Poem. By John Wilson, Author of the Isle of Palms. 8vo. 10. 60
Poems dedicated to leigh Hunt, Esq. By Mr. Alfred Bunn. 45.
The Grand Master; or Adventures of Qui Hi in Hindostan, a Hudibrastic Poem, in Eight Cantos. By Quiz. 11. 58.
Relicks of a Saint. A right merry Tale. By Ferdinand Farqubar, Esq. 8vo, 5s.
The Aerial Isles; or the Visions of Malcolm. By J. Ingle, Northamptonshire Militia. 8vo. 7s. 6d.
Fare thee Well, and a Sketch from Private Life. By Lord Byron. 8vo. 1s. 60.
A Year in Canada, and other Poems. By Anne Cuthbert Knight. 55. Fair Isabel of Cotehele. 12no. 8s. Two Regal Sinners converted; or the Methodists too powerful for the established Church; a Hudibrastic Poem. By Dr. Pendegras. 2s.
Illustrations of a Poetical Character, in Four Tales; with other Poems. 1?mo. 50. 6d.
Ellen; or, The Confession, a Tragedy, in Five Acts: altered and adapted for:
Representation. By William Sotheby, Esq. 8vo. 45.
Memoirs of Oliver Cromwell and his Children, supposed to be written by Him. self. 3 vols. 12mo. 18s.
She would be a Heroine. By Sophia Griffith. 3 vols. 12mo. 15s.
Trifles. By the Author of the Old School, Sketch of Bath, &c. 58.
A Descriptive Catalogue of Diamonds in the Cabinet of Sir Abraham Mume, Bart. M.P. By the Count de Bournon. 4to. 185.
An Impeachment of the Conduct of the Hon. Basil Cochrane, in a recent Investigation intended to restore the Honour of Lord Cochrane, contained in a Letter to his Lordship. By John Browne, late Agent to Mr. Basil Cochrane.' 3s,
Researches into the History of Playing Cards, with Illustrations of the Origia of Printing and Engraving on Wood. By S. W. Singer. 4to. 41. 45.
Narrative of the Imprisonment and Escape of Peter Gordon, second Mate in the Barque Joseph, of Limerick, Capt. Conolly: comprising a Journal of the Author's Adventures in his Flight through the French Territory, from Cambrai to Rotterdam, and thence to the English Coast. 7s.
Lettre du Chev. Antonio Canova, et Deux Memoires lus a l'Institut Royal de France sur les Ouvrages de Scnlpture dans la Collection de Mylord Comte D'Elgin. Par Chev. E. Q. Visconti, &c. 9s. 6d:
English Synonymes explained in Alphabetical Order, with copious Illustrations and Examples drawn from the best Writers. By George Crabb, of Magdalen Hall, Oxford. 8vo. 11. 19.
Italian Phraseology, a Core panion to the Grammar, comprising a Selection of the most useful Phrases, with their various Constructions explained on a new Plan, a Series of Questions and Answers for the Use of Travellers, a Collection of Proverbs, and a copious Glossary of the most difficult Words that occur in Conversation. By M. Santagnello, Author of the Italian Grammar and Exercises, the Italian Reader, &c. 18mo, 79.
Amusements in Retirement; or, the Infuence of Literature, Science, and the Liberal Arts, on the Conduct and Happiness of Private Life. By the Author of the “ Philosophy of Nature.” 8vo. 10s. 6d. boards.
WORKS IN THE PRESS. The Fourth Part of Dr. Marsh's Divinity Lectures. The subject relates to the Interpretation of Prophecy.
Å Translation from the original German of Professor Morgenstern's Tour in 1809-1810, through Part of Switzerland, Italy, Naples, &c. with Additions.
A Volume of Academical Sermons, preached before the University of Oxford, by Dr. Richard Mant.
Two Volumes of Sermons, by the Rev. R. P. Beachcroft. A Volume of Sermons, by Dr. Trevor.
A Volume of Sermons, translated from the French of the Rev. Daniel de Superville, by Mrs. Allen.
A Translation from the Latin of the late Dr. Outram, of two Dissertations on Sacrifices, by the same.
A Work on Scripture Genealogy, consisting of thirty-five engraved Tables, exbibiting the Genealogy of Scripture from Adam to Christ, with descriptive Letter-press, to be comprised in one Volume Royal Quarto.
The Works of ihe Rev. Oliver Heywood; B.A. in four Octavo Volumes, edited by Mr. Slate, Sland, near Manchester and Mr. W. Farmer, of Leeds.
The Genealogical Tree of the Macdonells, or Macdonalds formerly Lords of the Isles, by Mr. John Brown.
A Poem, in two Cantos, on the Battle of Waterloo, by Mr. Haskins, of Holywell, near Watford.
The History of Crowland Abbey, digested from the Mate. rials of Mr. Gough, with an Abstract of the Observations of Mr. Esser, on the Abbey; and the Origin and Use of the Tri. angular Bridge, by Mr. Benjamin Holdich.
An Historical Survey of Cornwall, by Mr. C. S. Gilbert, with numerous Engravings from Drawings by Mr. H. Parker, Jun.
The Life of the late Mr. William Hutton, of Birmingham, including a History of his Family, and a particular Account of the Riots at that place in 1791, to be published under the auspices of his Daughter. . * A Treatise on the Coal Mines of Durham and Northumber. land, containing Accounts of the different fatal Explosions which have taken place within the last Twenty Years, and the Means proposed for their Remedy, by Mr. Holmes, illustrated withi Plates.
A French Grammar, on a new Principle, by Mr. Pybus.
Mr. Bagster is preparing for Publication a Polyglott Bible. This work is to comprise the Hebrew Text of Van Der Hooght; the Saniaritan Pentateuch; the Greek Version of the LXX, from the Text of Cardinal Caraffa, that which Bos follows, with an Index, containing such Parts as are found to differ in the Edition of Grabe; the Latin Vulgate of Clement VIII; the Textus Receptus of the Greek Testament, with an Index, exhi. biting the select various Readings of Griesbach's Edition; an improved Edition of the Syriac Pesheeto New Testament; and the English Version, with a copious and original Collection of References. The Work will be completed in one Quarto Vo. lume, and will be published in Parts. It will also appear in four Pocket Voldmes.