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arrangements; to which will be added, a The Rev. W. Bellamy is preparing for comparative view of ancient and modern the press, a Concordance to the Bible, to be Geography, with an interesting and popular printed of a uniform size with the editions selection of notices respecting the manners, of the Family Bible, lately edited under the customs, antiquities, and leading historical direction of the Society for Promoting outlines of the various nations of the earth. Christian Knowledge ; by the Rev. Geo. The same author has in the press The PaD'Oyley and the Rev. Dr Mant.

rent's Catechism of Useful Knowledge. Mr Alex. Chalmers has completed that A new work has been commenced, under great undertaking, the new edition of the the title of The Continental Medical ReposiGeneral Biographical Dictionary, in 32 vols tory ; exhibiting a concise view of the latest Svo. The magnitude of the labour may discoveries and improvements made on the be conceived, when it is known that this Continent in medicine, surgery, and phar. Edition has been augmented by 3934 ad macy; conducted by E. von Embden, and ditional lives ; of the remaining number, assisted by other gentlemen of the faculty. 2176 have been re-written, and the whole It will be published in quarterly numbers. revised and corrected. Appended to each The Greeks ; being the Jeremiad of an article are copious references to the sources exiled Greek, “ Venu de France d'une whence the materials are derived.

manière inconnue,” with notes and characMr Conrad Loddiges of Hackney, long ters, will be published in a few days. celebrated as a cultivator of plants, is pre At the commencement of 1818, will be paring for the press the Botanical Cabinet, published, (to be continued regularly, at containing coloured plates of exotic and Bri least once every three months,) Vol. I. Part tish flowers which have blown in his garden. I. of the Encyclopædia Metropolitana, or The whole will be published in parts, and Universal Dictionary of Knowledge, on an comprehend a great number of the most original plan ; comprising the two-fold ad. curious species known in Great Britain. vantage of a philosophical and an alphabe

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former work, and there is every reason to A Treatise on Geognosy and Mineralogical expect a performance that must be a valua. Geography, with numerous plates, illustra ble accession to the Christian Library. tive of the mineralogical structure of the Rob Roy; by the author of Waverley, earth in general, and that of Great Britain &c. 3 vols. and other countries in particular; by Pro Dr Duncan jun. has nearly completed fessor Jameson. In 2 vols 8vo.

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Mr W. Paterson, author of Views in Sermons, by the Rev. Dr Romeyn of Edinburgh, is preparing for the press a work New York, are printing, in one volume on the Scenery and Antiquities of Mid-Lo8vo. and will speedily be published. thian, the first part of which will speedily

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