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Forty Letters addressed to the Editor of Surgical Observations ; being a Quarthe Glasgow Courier. By Colonist. 8vo, terly Report of Cases iu Surgery. By 10s 6d. Charles Bell. Part I. illustrated by Plates. Inrontestible Proofs, from the internal Svo, Os sewed.
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Statues, Paintings, and other Productions A Treatise on some practical Points re
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The collection of Davish poetry begun
lerr, will be continued at the cost of the BAVARIR.
wool:seller Bonnier, of Copenhagen). The The first year of t.e Zeitschrift für das voiuines which have already apared one Fors i sori, &c. Juurand of the Science in Hoibery's comic poeri, Peter Paars, of Woods, and Field-Sports, in Bava
witli the poems of W18:', Tulin, Troje!, and ria, is completed in tweive numbers. - undby, accompanied by biographica and This work'locludes memoirs on the ou critical notices from the prior Professor jerts properly forming part of its contents;
Rabben. The subsequent volumies will historical documents, relating to the aptient contain the works of John Evalu, which management of forest atfrirs, and of bunt have long been out of priut. ins parties, in Bavaria ; forest-regulations ;
Danish History, in progress. descriptions of remarkable forests ; expla A Society has been formed at Copenpations of forest language; natural history; hagen for the purpose or translating the ecouomy, analysis of works, &c.
iwo Northern Historians, Saxo aud: We should think it likely, that this work Serno. Professor Grundvig has been may contain articles interesting, beyond charged with the translation; and the first the kingdom of Bavaria ; it is well known, volume will probably appear in the course that our antient forests were thought or of the year 1816. great importance, and their laws were The Society of Sciences at Copenhagen very severe; our present game laws are is publishing four maps of the Dochies of the only remains of them which we feel, Schiesnic and Holstein, three of which in the present day; except in particular form Numbers 10, 11, 12, of the Atlas of places, where rights and privileges of long the Danish Movarchy, published by this standing are in question.
Society. The fourth, or No. 18, contains DENNARE.
the South-east part of Holstein, and comIristory of Iceland, in progress.
pletes the Atlas. A collection of ancient Icelandic Histo.
Danish Literature, in progress. riaus, urder the Title of Noregs Kununga The Committee pamed by the Society, . Sugos, 8c. Historia Regum Norwegorum, for conducting the Great Danist: Vocanu. &c. was advanced to three volumes in the lary, has associated several other Members; interval from 1777 to 1783. The fourth among others, the Coulisellor of State M. volume was begun in 1795, but the ini-Wolff, who has undertaken the words empression was interrupted by the great fire ployed in jurisprudence; M. Brunning, jo that year, which consumed a hundred who contributes the terris useri in Mineand fifty copies of the quantity then priutralogy, aud Mines; M. O. Barin, ivbo bas ed; the whole edition being only five collected a great number of provincial. hundred. In 1807 during the bombard. isnis in Jutland; together with M. lib, ment of Copenbagen, fifty more copies were ship-builder, who has sent a list of words destroyed. By this misfortune all hope of belonging to navigation, aud tu the service contiouing the work was exhausted ; wheu, of the marine geueraily. the present editors, Messrs. B. Thorlacius
Leader of the Druscs, conretted. and Werlauff, offered to complete the whole in eight years, on receiving a pension of
Dr. Rasmussen has pubiisised in the 550 crowns, which wys enjoyed by their Danish Theological Library two letters predecessors. These offers were accepted, relating to the conversion of Moutana and the fourth volume appeared in 1813
Bohr-Eddin, one of the leaders of the It contains the life and history of King Druses, trausiated from the Arabic, and
These Swerrer, of his son Hakon, of Guttorn acconipanied by explanations. Sigurdson and of Ingi Bordurson, the letters have been taken from a manuscript whole including a period of sixty-six years in the library at Viella, ano corated with
The fifth volume contains the history another which was found in the Royal of Hakon the elder, and part of that of library at Paris, avo communicated to Dr. Magous, the legislator, and of Eric, called Rasnussen, by M. de Sacy, "the Priests' enemy." This volume will The Bible Society which was proposed appear in the course of the year 1916. The in May 1914, by Bishop, Vüuter, to be supsixth and last will contain the table of ported by voluntary subscriptions, like this contents to the whole work. And thus pareut society at loudong has not only met after singular misfortunes, and in spite of with the greatest suitesall'ong the nobilia despair, the work will be completed; per. !y, especially, hut wis taken under the haps to its eventual advantage, aud curiosity. Royal protection by a resolution of tus Vou. V. No. 25. Lit. Pan. N. $. Oct. 1. | King, dated July 16, 1816.
River Styx analysed.
several Vagn tes of the Kingdom of IlunIo the siíting of the Scandinavian Soci- gary, and also several Professors of the ety, August 25, 1815. Professor Brænd. University. He was respectfully complıhave read a Memoir on the Styx, and its mented by the Director M. Fr. d'Eckstein, source, near Nonakais in Arcadia. At the and by the celebrated Astronomer John same time Professor Oerstedt read a che- Pasquich. mical analysis of the water, taken from its
It is remarkable enough, that this sospring head.
lemn day was preceded by several distriFRANCE.
guished Astronomical phenomena. On Ignorance respecting England. the 13th of October, was a conjunction of To shiew the little information current the planet Venus with the Sun; on the in France on English matters, especially 14th, was a conjunction of Jupiter with literature, we translate from a French the Sun; and on the 15th was a conjuncjournal the following remark :-Dr. Sib- tion of Mars with the Sun. ly's Astrology, &c &c._" This work which
ITALY. has reached its eleventh edition, liad been SUPPRESSED BY ACT OF PARLIAMENT, as
List of Almanacks published in Italy for containing secrets dangerous to be revealed
the to the public: but, that Act has been sub
1. Strenne di Educazione, Almanacco, 18m o. sequently repealeil;"--of course by another
Turin. Price 1 lira 75 c. Act, which escaped the notice of all the 2. Il Raccoglilore poelico, 18mo. Turin, 80c. gentlemen who favour the public with their 3. Il Tedesco in liulia, 18mo. Milan. reports of the debates which take place in 4. L; Uomo che puo dirsi felicie in questo the British Senate.
Niondo. Milan, 60 c.
5. Il fa per tutti. Milan, 50 C.
6. Un Café, Almunuccu. Milan 75 c. New Work publishing in numbers. 7. La serva Cuisiniera c credensiera. Milan, Two learned Grecks, Messrs. Demeter
50 c. Schina and Andreas Mus'oxydi, propose to Il piccolo Buffon della Gioventu. Milan, publish a periodical Collection of Greek 2 liri 50 c. anecdotes, selected from the principal libra. 9. Proverbj e le sentenze proverbiuli. Milan, ries of Lurope. They intend to publish
50 c. every montli a number, containing two 10. La luna in corso, del Dottore Vesta verd. sheeis, to be had of the chaplain The. Milan 50 c. o'sletre, at Vienna. The price is one ducat 1. Il muestro de Giuochi, de' Bussoli. Milan, for six sheets. * The practice of publishing in num
12. Il Pienano Ar lotto. Milan 60 с. bera, is wholly, we believe, due to our IS. Truttenimenti Piacevoli e Horali. Milan. country.non. The writer who wished for 60 c. ali opportunity of astonishing Archimedes, 14. L'Utile Giornalo. Milan, 30 c. by shewing him a British man of war of the 15. Omaggio al bel sesso. Milan, 9 liri. first class, ini chat more effectually still asto
16. Dono re farsi a Madre e Spose. Almadish Aristotle, by explaining to him the
pacco per sei Anni. Milan, 5 liri. oerations of the British press; by shewig The titles of some of these works like him inat every mouth encreases the literary some among the Germans, give no indicatrenseres of the island beyond calculation; tion to an English ear, of any thing apand that the example las extended itself proaching the nature of an almanack. even to his Greeks!-- Further stiil; by The Poctical Repository,” may be well shewing him the productions of our daily enongh; but “The man who can call himpress;
and marking the rapidity with self happy in this world," has little appawhich the intercourse between buyer and rent relation to any fixed time of the year. eller, learner and teacher, the senate and « The Coffee House,"-_"The little Buffoon the public, is maintaivedl, in spite of every for Youth," -“ Moral maxims and proobstacle, of wind and weather, of day or verbs,” and some others, afford the same night. The Sage might exclaim with the remark. “A present to be made to moMechaniciali --“ Give me too, such a ful-bers and wives," can hardly fail of engaging erun), and I will move the moral--the the attention of husbands and fathers; we literary- or the scientfic, world."
suppose that presents equally acceptable IluxGARY.
from lovers to mistresses are to be had; Astronomical Observatory.
but those are, probably, reserved for Valen. The inauguration of the Observatory, tine's Day, when birds pair: and why not constructed on the Blocksbery, near Often, lads and lasses, in mutual Omaggio $ iu llungary, ivok place on the 19th of Oc
Memory : surprising. tobor, 1815 The Archduke Palatine as Dissertatione, &c. Memoir on the sub. osted at this ceremony, accompanied by Iject of persons endowed with surprising
and prodigious memory; also on those Among the Memoirs presented on this who have lost their memory. By Fran occasion, one deserves notice, it purports cesco Cancellieri. The author has added to describe the cure of a species of hydroan Appe dix, respecting the libraries of phobia, produced by the vapour of burning writers who have treated the subject of charcoal. The paper was by Dr. Lichtenartificial memory, on those a ho have been stein. The cause of the disease interests a precociously learned, on the art of selecting great number of workmen, in various and woiing, and on the game of chess. branches of industry, and the aris. NETHERLANDS.
Nachrichtiger. Notices respecting the Court and Establishments.
history of the Arts and erudition of the The Court Calendar of the Kingdom of middle ago; a periodical work, pulstished the Netherlands, for the year 1816, con
by J. G. Brasching, at Breslau, according to
the intention of the Editor will contaju in tains a statement, which may claim a place in our pages
After the usual division of succession whitever relates to the progress the Calendar, and the Genealogical Table of Arts and letters, in the period referred of the Sovereigns and their families, follow, in January and February 1316, conprize a
10. The first two numbers, which appeared 1. Establishment of the Courts, at the ilague, selection of tales, fictions, ballads, pieces and at Brusselles. 2. Civil Establishment, composed of seven Ministerial Departments from ancient authors Orientals
written for the Carnival, &c. extracted of the Exterior,—the Interior, - the - Italians, French, Germans, Danish, &c.vacces-of Justice-of the Navy-of the Dykes and Cauals, and of Public Instruc Iuterspersed are notices respecting ancient tivo. S The Council of State; the number
works and manuscripts, the greater part of its members are forty six. 4. Ambassa- belonging to the literaiure of the North. We dors and Ministers Plenipotentiary ia Fobave not seen this work ; but from accounts reiya Courts. 5. The Navy, which con
of it, conclude that it must be amusiug and sists of one admiral-lieutenant, eight vice entertaining, if not instructive. aunirals, eight rear admirals, four commo
Russia. dures, and forty one captains. 6. The Statistical Account of the Russian Empire. Army cousists of seventeen divisions of in
The Menoirs of the Academy of Petersfautrs; one regiment and eleven battalions for the Indies-four Swiss regiments-tew burgh contain the following statistical acgarrison companies-one regiment of light count of the Russian Empire, which ininfantry-fourteeu battalions of artillery- cludes some particulars to the year 1815. a corps of light artillery-a battalion of As more authentic memoranda cannot be pontooners
, sappers and miners—a corps expected, we set the whole, in the form in of engineers-three regiments of carbineers --two regiments of light dragoons-three which it appears in a Foreign Journal, beregiments of huzzars--one regiment of car: fore our readers. bineers landwehr, and—the Marechaussée. According to an enumeration of the Po. 7. The Orders of William, and of the pulation of Russia, made in 1806, the Belgie Lion. 8. List of ambassadora, mi-l amount of the whole was 41,253,485 inhasisters, agents, consuls, &c. from foreign bitants. In this total are comprehended parts, resident in the kingdom.
great number of distiuct and different peoEach Ministry is divided into several de ple; such as-Native Russians-Polouese partments: the names of all governors of-timus – Tartars Caucassians Sacolonies in both Indies, on the coast of moiedes-Mongols, &c. The number of Guinea, &c. is given under that of Colo- the foreign tribes, which have at various nies and Commerce. The department of times submitted themselves to Russia, has Public Instruction includes the establish
never been ascertaived, nevertheless, the ment of the Roman Catho'ic Clergy, &c. following estimate, which is that of Hero and that of the Interior, includes the administration of the customs, the posts, the
m111, may be admitted :
6,073,044 waters, the forests, and the chase.
550,000 Constitutions, English: Hydrophobia.
64,089 At the sitting of the Philomathic Socie Sanoiedes
12,000 ty of Berlin, January 11, 1816, Professor Mongols
300,000 Wolf read a Memoir on English Constitu
1,500,000 tious—meaning, we presume, the physical These taken together form a mass of nearly coustitutions of the English people.)— M. eleven millions, which deducted from the Delbrick, presented a sketch of the Histo total of the population, reduces the number rical and Genealogical Almanacks, which of native Russians to thirty millions bave been published in Germauy from Before the year 1811 the Coustitution of 1703 to the present time.
Russia was an absolute Autocracy, but at