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two considerable libraries are established; | executed M. S. copy of Valerius Maxithe one which derives its name from the mus, and appears to bave been written Holy Virgin, contains an extensive col- in Germany in the fourteenth century. lection of printed works, commencing from the very infancy of the art of typo-Ovidir Metamorphoses in usum Schography, both in Denmark and abroad. The other, called the Chapter Library,

larum Excerptæ ; quibus uccedunt of 6000 volumes, contains a large num

Notule Anglice et Questiones. ber of important modern works. The Studio C. Bradley. Price 4s. 6d. author proceeds to give a detailed des

Longman and Co. London, cription of the Giants' Hall near Kvedholm . it is an erection of nine

Of all classic writers Ovid most stands masses of stone, of two ells and a half in in need of that expurgation which height, and nearly five feet in breadth modern manners demand, and modern from east to west, approached by an

skill effects. His style is not exceptionavenue twelve ells in length, closed by a able; while his descriptions and sentigate. It was discovered by a workman, ments are, occasionally, highly cenand from the human bones, ancient surable. Nevertheless, there is a kind knives, flints, &c. appears to have been of fascination in his verse, which dethe place of entomhment of nine or ten lights the mind of the inexperienced, individuals. At Areskov, Count Schaf- to whom it is most seductive. To select falizky exhibited to the author a very such parts as best deserve selection, curious and valuable image of the Virgin and to present them at a moderate Mary, sculptured in box-wood by Al- price, is a service done to youth, and þert Durer, about four inches in height.

to learning. The added notes are useThe artist has identified his work by the ful. A. D, in cypher, and the date, 1517.

The author flattered himself that on his arrival at Hvidkilde, he should be Literary Register. able to find the valuable parchment MSS. which once formed part of the Library of Baron Lehn, namely, Sal- Authors, Editors, and Publishers, are parti. lust, Livy, and Cicero's Orations: but he cularly requested to forward to the Litefound that the manuscripts, on the de rary Panorama Office, post paid, the titles, cease of the Baron, had been transferred prices, and other particulars of works in to the Library at Copenhagen. There hand, or published, for insertion in this do those MSS. have been described by partment of the work. Professor Birger Thorlacius, in his tract entitled Tres Codices pergamini

WORKS ANNOUNCED FOR PUBLICATION. auctorum latinorum, ex Bibliotheca Kaas Lehniana in Lallandia. pp. 54 4to. Havniæ 1814. According to this

Speedily will be published, in 2 Vol. 8vo. author, the Sallust contained Cataline's Dr. Edward Pocock, the celebrated Orien

with a complete index, &c. The Lives of conspiracy, and the Jugurthan war; talist, by Dr. Twells- of Dr. Zachary he maintains that the copy dates about Pearce, Bishop of Rochester, and of Dr. the end of the twelfth or beginning of Tho. Newton, Bishop of Bristol, by themthe thirteenth century. It is in fine selves—and of the Rev. Philip Skelton, by preservation, and comprised in sixty- Mr. Burdy. one quarto leaves. The secoud M.S., in Mr. Campbell, the Poet, has determined one hundred and seventy two leaves, to proceed with bis Critical Lives of the small quarto, contains the Rhetorica ad Poets, with Specimens, which will certainly Herennium, of the date of the thirteenth appear in the course of the winter. century, and of French penmanship.- lished in a few days.

Mr. Duppa's Life of Raffael will be pubThe Rhetorica forms the text, and this The Memoirs of the Life and Writings is accompanied by a vocabulary of rhe- of Dr. Benjamin Franklin, comprising his Sorical synonyms. The third is a finely private and familiar correspondence, now

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Indexes, &c. Both works will be ready DRAMA."

for delivery with the Pocket Books and Mr. Wiillam Gifford, the Editor of Mas. Almanacks for the New Year.

The valuable works of the late Professor singer and Ben Jonson, is preparing an Robison, on Practical Philosophy, which edition of Shirley, of whose valuable Plays are in the press, will be enriched by a no collection has hitherto been made; complete History of the Steam Engine, they will consist of 6 vols. 8vo.

contributed by Mr. Watt, of Soho. Mr. Monney, the humane and philan

Shortly will appear a new work, comthropic author of " Cousiderations on Prisons," has in the press a second edition of prising The State Lottery, a Dream: by

Sam. Roberts.--Also Thoughts on Wheels, bis Tragedy of Caractacus, with prelimi pary remarks on English Dramatic Tra; the Wanderer of Switzerland, &c. In oue

a Poem: By James Montgomery, Author of gedy, including a blank verse Gamut, and

vol. Duodecimo. Strictures on Theatrical Committees, Ma

S. T. Coleridge, Esq. has in the press, pagers, and Players.

the Statesman's Vanual, or the Bible the

best Guide to Political Skill and Foresight. The First Part of the History and . An

Mr. D'Israeli is printing a third volume tiquities of Westminster Abbey, with five of the Curiosities of Literature. He has engravings, from Mr. J. P. Neale's De also pearly ready for the press, a History signs will appear immediately.

of Men of Genius, being his Essay on the

Literary Character considerably enlarged. GEOLOGY.

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Memorandums of a Residence in France subject of the Coal Stratification of Great in the Winter of 1815-16, including remarks Britain and Ireland.

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MILITARY ATFAIRS. count of the Battle of Waterloo, drawu up under the best authority, by Mr. Mud Colonel Pasley's valuable work on Miliford, and embellished with numerous co tary Fortification, will be ready in a loured plates, plans, &c. will be completed month. in the present month. The Rev. Samuel Burdy, author of the

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Tales of Fancy, may be expected in the course of a few weeks.

In the course of the ensuing season will Mrs. Anne Plumptre is engaged in writ be published, Fortitude and Frailty, a 10ing a Narrative of her Residence in Ireland, vel, in 4 vols. by Miss Holcroft. in the the Summer of 1814, and in that of Ju the press, Purity of Heart, or the 1815, which will be published early in Antient Costume, a tale, in one volume; December, It will consist of one quarto addressed to the author of Gleuarvon: hy volume, embellished with a portrait of the

an old 'wife of twentv years. author from a picture painted by Mr. A work, entitled Tales of my Landlord, Northcote, and several engravings of re in 4 vols. containing three admirable nomarkable scenery in Ireland, from original vels, descriptive of the Manners of the drawings taken on the spot.

Covenanters, &c. is very shortly to be pubA Series of Letters is preparing for lished in Edinburgh. publication, written by the celebrated Earl of Chesterfield to Mr. Arthur Stanhope, relative to the education of bis sou A new Periodical Work will appear on Philip, the late Earl.

the 1st of January next, to be continued Messrs. Taylor and Hessey have in the every two months, entitled The Correg. press new editions of the Student's Journal pondent, consisting of Letters, moral, pc(for literary purposes), and the Private litical, and literary, between eminent wrie Diary (for general use) formed on the pian ters in France aud England; and designed.

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The Rev. R. Warner, of Bath, will soon A new Edition is printing of the first Number of the Journal of Science and publish, Sermons for every Sunday in the Arts, edited at the Royal Institution, by Year, including Christmas Day aud Good Mr. Brande.

Friday.

Dr. Mason, of New York, who is now in

this Country, is about to publish his new Speedily will be published, in a neat work, entitled “A plea for Catholic Comportable Volume, A New Grammar of the munion," iu ove volume octavo. French Language, on a Plan perfectly To be published by Subscription, in 8vo, original, intended for the use of those who 12s. boards, Sermons on the Parables : by wish to acquire a speedy and grammatical the Rev. W. M. Trinder. Kuowledge of Modern French : inter A new edition is printing of Whitby on spersed with ingenious Exercises and Ex- the Five Points in dispute between Calviamples, illustrative of the peculiar Con- nists and Arminians, in which the Hebrew, struction and Idiom of the language : the Greek, and Latin quotations are transwhole calculated facilitate the Acquire-lated. ment of Grammatical Kuowledge, without The Hon. and Rev. E. Turyour has in the unnecessary fatigue and perplexity of the press, Sermons on the Union of Truth, the old s, stein: by Charles Peter Whita- Reason, and Revelation in the Doctrine of ker, formerly of the University of Gotlin- the Established Church. gen, Professor of Languages.

Dr. Badham is preparing for the press,

an Itinerary from Rome to Athens, by the In a few days may be expected, from route of Brundusium, the Ionian Islands, the pen of Mr. Montgomery, author of the the various sites that occur in the journey.

and Albania, with classical recollections of Wanderer of Switzerland, &c. Copies of Verses to the Memory of the late Richard

VOYAGES AND TRAVELS. Reynolds, of Bristol, the benevolent Qua Mr. Mariner's Account of his Shipwreck, ker, whose charities, during bis life, were and long detention and adventures at the perhaps unexampled, and to whose me- Tonga Islands, is nearly ready for publicamory the inhabitants of Bristol are raising tion. the most honourable monument, that ever Mr. Legh's (M.P. for Newton) very inrecorded and perpetuated the virtues of teresting and valuable l'ravels beyond the the dead -a 'Charitable Institution to Great Cataracts of Egypt, in company with reach the objects of his bounty while liv. Mr. Smelt, whose Journal has also been ing.

contributed, will be published in NovemLord Byron has sent home two distinct ber. works, viz. The Prisoners of Chillon, a A very small edition has been printed in drama, and other poems; and a Third quarto, of the first volume of Mungo Park's Canto of Childe Harold, both of which are Travels in Africa, with the portrait, map, to be published on the same day,

and plates, accompanied by the valuable A new edition of Miss Taylor's “ Essays memoir of Major Rennell. in Rhyme on Morals and Manners," will be published in a few days. Poems by the late Edward Rushton, of

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