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volumes, with maps of the seat of war, History of Sumatra, a Grammar of the &c.
Malayan Language. Mr. Alexander Chalmers is engaged Proposals are issued for publishing on a new edition of the Biographical by subscription, A History and TopoDictionary, in octavo, which is ex graphical Description of the Isle of pected to extend 10 twenty-one Axholme, and parts adjacent. volumes.
Mr. Diy is expected to publish the W. Dyke, esq. of Lincolns Inn, has first volume of Elements of the Pniin the press, the Practice of the Court losophy of Chemistry in the course of of Chancery; with copies of the rules next month. and orders, and precedents of bills of Mr. Beloe will shortly publish the costs.
fifth volume of Anecdotes of Litera'ure, To be published in a few days, The sixth and last, with complete handsomely printed in four large Index to the whole is in great forwardvolumes 8vo, (in a uniform Size with . ness. Mr. Malonc's Edition of the Prose Among the valuable MSS. of the Works, the late Editions of Spencer, Oriental Library of Monte-Casino, a Milton, &c) with a Portrait, The Greek MS. of Apollonius-Evander, Poetical Works of J. Dryden. With (the Nephew of Apollonius of Rhodes) notes and illustrations by the late Dr. has recently been discovered. In this MS. Joseph Warton, the Rev. John Warton, is contained among other interesting and others, and his Life by Dr. Samuel subjects a detailed account of the ErupJohnson.
tion of Vesuvius in the reign of Titus. Mr, T. Leybourn, editor of the A learned Hellenist will soon give a Mathematical Repository, intends to transation of this work, with the Greek publish by subscription, in 8vo., A in an opposite column. Collection of all the Mathematical Nearly ready for publication, The Questions and their Answers, which Bequest from a Father to his Soni, with have appeared in the Ladies Diary an elegant engraving, in foolscap 8vo. froin its commencement in 1704 to the Also a superfine Edition in post 8vo., present time; with some valuable ad on superfine Bath vellum paper. ditions by several ingenious mathema. Mr. King, drawing-inaster of Chiticians, including (by permission) those chester, has issued proposals for pubby Dr. C. Hutton, given in a similar lishing by subcription, under the pawork in 1773.
tronage of the Bishop of that Diocese, Mr. Nicholas Carlisle, is preparing a print from a large painting of the bis Topographical Dictionary of Scot. Bishops of Selsey and Chichester, from land and the Islands in the British Seas, St. Wilfred, the first prelate A. D. 681, which will complete his work on the down to the Reformation. This picture, United Kingdom.
containing fifty-eight Portraits with A translation of La Mythologie en inscription, is in the south transept Estampes, ou Figures des Divinités of Chichester Cathedral, and was fabuleuses, &c., is in the press, with painted by Bernardi in 1519. critical, historical,' and explanatory R. Wharton, esq. M. P. has in the notes, and illustrated by plates.
press in a 4to volume, Roncesvalles, a Mr. Nichols will publish the seven- poem in twelve books. teenth and last portion of his History A work has just been announced, on of Leicestershire early in next month. the ancient costume of England, from
Mr. Trotter, author of Memoirs of the design of Charles Hamilton, esq. the latter years of Mr. Fox, has to be executed in aqua-tinta by Mr. made considerable progress in the Pub. G. A. Atkinson and Mr. Merigot. lic Life of Mr. Fox, which will include Each plate will represent one, two, or the verified substance of his principal more objects accurately coloured, and speeches, and the history of parties, in the back ground will generally be ilthree 8vo. volumes.
lustrative of the subject. The figures Mr. Jopp will shortly publish, His will be represented in the attitudes of torical Reflections on the Constitution life, and in a style of improved drawing, of England.
whenever the original demands it; the Speedily will be published by Wil author pledging himself to give the liam Marsien, F. R. S. Author of the exact costume of his prototype, without
confining himself to the attitudes of Winter and Spring, the following Lisepulcbral monuments or the hard and brari s. disproportioned lines of Anglo-Saxon The Duplicates of some Miscellaand Norman illuminations.
neous Books selected from the Library Mr. Nichols' Literary Anecdotes of of his Grace the late Duke of Grafton, the Eighteenth Century, in six octavo &c. volumes, with portraits, may be ex- A Collection of Duplicates from the pected the end of next month.
Stock of Mr. W. Lunn, of the Classical Dr. Alex. Monro, junier, will shortly Library, Soho-square; among which publish, in royal octavo, the Moroid are many valuable and rare Articles Anatomy of the Gullet, the Stomach, imported from the Continent, the whole and the Intestines, illustrated by of which will be submitted to the Public twenty engravings.
without the least reservation. Lord Berners' translation of Frois. The Library of the late John Thorpe, sart's Chronicles, in two 4to. voluines, M. D. F. R. S. author of the Registrup, is expected to appear this month.
Reoffense, &c. will be published speedily hand The Library of the late Res. Mathew somely printed in 4to., with engravings, Raine, D. D, F. R. S. and F. A. S. head price 11.11s. 60., or on fine paper, price Master of Charterhouse School, Senior 21. 2s. boards. The Life of the Rev. Fellow of Trinity College Cainbridge, John Hough, D. D, successively Bishop and Preacher to the Hon. Society of of Oxford, of Lichfield and Coventry, Gray's lun. and of Worcester ; formerly President Mr. Wintle of Brightwell, author of of St. Mary Magdalen College, Oxford, a Commentary on Daniel, has now in in the Reign of James II., containing the press of the University of Oxford, many of his Letters and Biographical a work entitled Christian Ethics, conNotices of several Persons with whom sisting of Discourses on the Beatitud s, he was connected. By John Wilinot, with some preliminary and consequent esg.
discourses all of which are designed to Messrs. Leigh and Sotheby, will explain, recommend or enforce the submit for Public Sale, during the duties of the Christian Life.
ART. XXIV. LIST OF WORKS RECENTLY PUBLISHED.
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