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DARNLEY. A Novel. By the Author of " Richelieu." In 2 vols. 12mo.
4 Darnley' is a superior work, and will sustain the high reputation its author has already acquired."-New-York Mirror.
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WAVERLEY; or, 'Tis Sixty Years Since. A Novel. In 2 vols. 12mo. Revised, corrected, and enlarged, by the Author.
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BEATRICE; a Tale founded on Facts. By Mrs. HOFLAND. In 2 vols. 12mo.
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CONTRAST. A Novel. By REGINA MARIA ROCHE. author of “ The Children of the Abbey,” &c. &c. In 2 vols. 12mo.
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LAWRIE TODD; or, The Settlers in the Woods. By JOHN GALT, Esq., Author of “The Annals of the Parish," “ The Ayrshire Legatees,” &c. In 2 vols. 12mo.
* To the numerous admirers of Mr. Galt's previous works, we can confidently say, his youngest child is likely to share the general fate of the youngest-that of being a favourite." -Lit. Gazette.
TRAITS OF TRAVEL. A Novel. In 2 vols. 12mo. By the Author of “High-Ways and By. Ways."
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DOMESTIC DUTIES; or Instructions to Married Ladies. By Mrs. WILLIAM PARKES. In 1 vol. 12mo. [Stereotyped.]
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THE COOK'S ORACLE, AND HOUSEKEEPER'S MANUAL. By WILLIAM KITCHINER, M.D. Adapted to the American Public, by a Medical Gentleman. 12mo. [Stereotyped.]
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ENGLISH SYNONYMES, with copious Illustrations and Explanations, drawn from the best Writers. By GEORGE CRABB, M.A. A new Edition, enlarged. 8vo. [Stereotyped.)
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LIFE OF LORD BYRON. By THOMAS MOORE, Esq. In 2 vols. 8vo. With a Portrait. (Stereotype.
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THE HISTORICAL WORKS of the Rev. WILLIAM ROBERTSON, D.D.; comprising his HIS TORY of AMERICA; CHARLES V.; SCOTLAND, and INDIA. In 3 vols. 8vo. Embellished with Plates. [Stereotyped.]
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GIBBON'S HISTORY of the DECLINE and FALL of the ROMAN EMPIRE. In 4 vols. 8vo. With Plates. [Stereotyped.)
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Nelson's Birth and Boyhood-He is entered on Board the Raisonnable
-Goes to the West Indies in a Merchant-ship; then serves in the Triumph-He sails in Capt. Phipps's Voyage of Discovery-Goes to the East Indies in the Seahorse, and returns in ill Health-Serves as acting Lieutenant in the Worcester, and is made Lieutenant into the Lowestoffe, Commander into the Badger Brig, and Post into the Hinchinbrook --Expedition against the Spanish Main-Sent to the North Seas in the Albemarle-Services during the American War................................................... Page 15
Nelson goes to France during the Peace--Reappointed to the Boreas,
and stationed at the Leeward Islands--His firm Conduct concerning the American Interlopers and the Contractors--Marries and returns to England-Is on the Point of quitting the Service in Disgust Manner of Life while unemployed-Appointed to the Agamemnon on the breaking out of the War of the French Revolution........... 41
The Agamemnon sent to the Mediterranean--Commencement of Nel
son's Acquaintance with Sir William Hamilton-He is sent to Corsica, to co-operate with Paoli-State of Affairs in that Island-Nelson undertakes the Siege of Bastia, and reduces it—Takes a distinguished Part in the Siege of Calvi, where he loses an Eye-Admiral Hotham's Action-The Agamemnon ordered to Genoa, to co-operate with the Austrian and Sardinian Forces--Gross Misconduct of the Austrian General.....................................................
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