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DRAMA. Miss Edgeworth has a volume of Comic On the 1st of March will be published, Dramas in the press.

elegantly printed by Whittingham, and each embellished with a fine Engraving,

Price 2s. 6d, sewed, Esop Modernised and Moralized, in a Elegant Extracts in Prose, Part I. series of instructive tales, intended as read Elegant Extracts iu Verse, Part I. ing lessons for youth, with an Appendix Elegant Epistles, Part I. of Poetic Readings, will soon appear. One part of each will be published

Monthly, until the whole is completed in

Twelve Parts. Speedily will be published, Compositions The late Prof. Robinson's System of Mein Outline, from Hesiod's Theogony, chanical Philosophy, with notes and illusWorks and Days, and the Days. Evgrav. trations by Dr. Brewster, is printing in ed by J. Blake, from Designs by John four octavo volunes, with numerous plates. Flaxman, R. A. Professor of Sculpture to At


the Round Table, a Collection the Royal Academy. Folio Size, to cor

of Essays, on Literature, Men, and Man. respond with the Outlines from Homer, &c.

By William Hazlitt. lu 2 Vol. Mr. Newman, of Soho-square, has in the 12mo. press, an Essay on the Analogy and Har.

At press, and will appear very shortly, mony of Colours, with a new theory of The Correspondent, consisting of Letters, their relations and arrangements.

Moral, Political, and Literary, between eminent Writers in France and England.

The English Articles collected and arrangSpeedily will be published, The Annual ed by Dr. Stoddart. No. II. Register; or, a View of the History, Politics, and Literature, for the Year 1808, be

In the course of this Month will appear, ing the Eighth Volume of a New Series. The Speeches of Charles Phillips, Esq. Inocne large volume.-The volume for delivered at the Bar, and on various Public 1797,in continuation of the former Series;

Occasions, in Ireland and England. In 8vo. will also be published about the same time. This volume is edited by Mr. Phillips himin which, among much other important self, and is the only publication of his Matter, will be found a more full and au- Speeches authorized by him. thentic Account than has has hitherto ap In a few Days will be published, neatly peared, of French Affairs, from the Au- printed on a fine pa per, in two large Votumn of 1795 to that of 1797.

lumes, a New Edition, considerably im. At press, an Abridgment of Universal proved, and corrected to the present Time, History, commencing with the Creation, being the Tenth, of The Peerage of the and carried down to the Peace of Paris in United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ire 1763, in which the Descent of all Nations land, with the extinct and forfeited Peer. from their common Ancestor is traced, the ages, a List of the Family Names, second Course of Colonization is marked, the Pro Titles, &c. and a Translation of the gress of the Arts and Sciences noticed, and Mottos. Also, a List of Knights Grand the whole Story of Mankind is reviewed, maucers of the Bath, alphabetically ar

Crosses, Knights Commanders, and Comas connected with the moral Government of the World, and the revealed Dispensa- ranged, and of British Subjects holding Pos tion. By the Rev. E. W. Whitaker, Rec. reign Orders of Knighthood. By John tor of St. Mildred's, Canterbury. 'ln 4 Debrett, Editor of the New Baronetage of

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Baronetage of England, in two large VoMr. Charles Mills is printing, in an oc lumes, Price 11. Ss. in boards. taro volume, the Uistory of Mohamedanism, or a view of the religious, political, Jished, A Description of the People of

In the course of February will be pub. and literary annals of the disciples of the India; with particular Reference to their Arabian prophet.

Separation into Casts ; the Influence of Mr. Andrew Horn has in the press, in a their Civil Policy and Domestic Superiaquarto volume, Illustrations of the Mosaic tendence ; their idolatry and Religious Cosmogony and Noah's Deluge.

Ceremonies ; aud the various Singularities At press, the Second Volume of the of Custonis, Habits, and Observances, Ilistory of Brazil. By Robert Southey, which distinguish them from all other Na. Esq. Poet Laureate, Member of the Royal tions : taken from a diligent Observation Spanish Academy. In 4to.

and Study of the People, during a Resi.





dence of many Years among the various A new Edition of the Antidote to the Tribes, in unrestrained intercourse and Miseries of Human Life, will be shortly conformity with their Habits and Manner ready. of Life. By the Abbé J. A. Dubois, Mis An Edinburgh Monthly Magazine is sionary in the Mysore. In 4to.

about to be commenced; the first number At press, Letters from the late Mrs. will appear early in April. Elizabeth Carter to the late Mrs. Montagu, chiefly upon Literary and Moral Subjects. Published from the Originals in the posses- troduction to Entomology; or, Elements of

At press, The Second Volume of an lo. sion of the Rev. Montagu Pennington, M.A. the Natural History of Insects

. By the her Nephew and Executor. 2 vols. 8vo.

Preparing for the press, The Fables of Rev. Wm. Kirby, B. A F. L. S. Author of Æsop, and others, with Designs on Wood, Monographia Apum Angliæ; and William by, T. Bewick. To be printed on Impe-Spence, Esq. F.L.S. Illustrated by colour

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Melincourt, in three volumes, by the At press, The Comforts of Old Age, with author of Headlong Hall, is in the press. Biographical Illustrations. By Sir Thomas Bernard, Bart.

The Second Edition, Johu Shakespear, Esq. professor of foolscap, 8vo.

oriental languages at the East India ComMr.' Isaac Blackburn, ship-builder al pany's Military Seminary, will soon publish Plymouth, has ready for the press, a Trea a Dictionary Hindoostavi and English, in a tise on the Science of Ship-building, illus- large quarto volume. trated by more than 120 figures and tables, and will form a quarto volume. On the 1st of March will be published,

Mr. John Scott will soon publish the printed in Double Columns, on a fine pa- House of Mourning, a poem, with some per, Tegg's Cheap Song Book. Price is smaller pieces. In a few weeks will be published, a new

Miss Emily Greaves is preparing for work, intituled “ Boarding School Corres- publication, Select Amatory Poems, with pondence; or, a Series of Letters between Essays on the passions and affections of the a Mother and her Daughter at School,” mind. being a joint production of Mrs. Taylor, The Early Minstrel, or a Sketch from author of “ Maternal Solitude," " Practio Rural Nature, descriptive of a Spring cal Hints to Young Females," &c. and morning, with other Poems, second editiou, Miss Taylor, author of “ Display,” « Es considerably altered and enlarged in one says in Rhyme." &c.

Volume foolscap: will be published early Mr. Nicholls will publish early in March, in March. two volumes of Illustrations of Literary Mr. Bayley, formerly of Merton College, History, consisting of authentic Memoirs has in the press, Idwal, The Narrative of and Original Letters of Eminent Persons ; | Brito, and the Hostage, detached portions and intended as a sequel to his Literary of an Epic Poem ; with a poem in Greek Apecdotes.

Hexameters. In the Press, A new Edition of a very choice Collection of Moral Apothegms, Mr. W. Beck has published a new ediwhich first appeared in the Year 1711, un tion of Dr. Price's observations on the Nader the title of The Club ; in a Dialogue ture of Civil Liberty and the Principles of between Father and Son. By James Government. Puckle : embellished with a Portrait, and å Sketch of the Author's Life. Numerous

At press, Gethsemane; or, Thoughts on engravings on wood, in a novel and very the Sufferings of Christ. By the Author superior style, by first rate artists, will be of the Guide to Domestic Happiness.given; the whole are from Designs by Foolscap 8vo. Thurston. The size will be a royal oc

A new and greatly enlargcd edition, by tavo, price 1l. 1s. in extra boards. Alithe Author, of the Rev. Rowland Hill's cemited number will be printed on Imperial lebrated Village Dialogues, is in the press, Drawing Paper ; and a few copies will be and will be completed in about 24 numtaken off on Chinese Paper, printed on one bers. No. 1 will appear on the first of side.

April, with a portrait of the Author, Mr. Allen's Translation of Dr. Outram's price 6d. Valuable Dissertations on Sacrifices is ex

TOPOGRAPHY. pected to appear about the end of this T. S. Raffles, Esq. late Lieutenant-Gomonth, or early in April.

vernor of Java, has in the press, in a quar




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Now first published in London, 2 Vol.' 8vo, 18s.

An Examination of the Objections made The Second Number of the New and in Britain against the Doctrines of Gall Improved Edition of Stephens' Greek and_Spurzheim. By J. G. Spurzheim, Thesaurus, is just published. Price to sub-M. D. 8vo, 2s. scribers-small paper, One Guinea-large, Armata, a Fragment, 8vo, 8s. 6d. Two Guineas. The present number has Lectures on the Principles and Institubeen delayed a considerable time by a tions of the Roman Catholic Religion ; with treaty with Professor Schæfer, of Leipsic, an Appendix, containing Historical and for his valuable MSS. which the Editors Critical Illustrations. By the Rev. Joseph have at length procured; but they trust Fletcher, M. A. royal 12mo, 9s. that their present arrangements will enable A Third Volume of the Curiosities of them to publish the future nombers regu-Literature, Svo, 128.--A New Edition Jarly. The first two numbers will be found(being the Sixth of Vol. 1 and 3) in 3 vol. to contain about two thousand words Svo, 36s. omitted by Stephens. A few copies be Eccentricities for Edinburgh ; containlonging to deceased subscribers may be had ing Poems, entitled A Lamentation to at twenty-three shillings for the small, and Scotch Booksellers.-Fire : or, the Sun two pounds ten shillings for the large pa- Poker.-Mr. Champeryoune. — The Luper ; the price will be raised hereafter from minous Historian; or, Learning in Love. time to time.

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8. That the names of all future benefic

tors to the funds of the college, be also reForeign Literary Cazette. gistered as such ; with the amount and

date of their respective contributions.

9. That if at any time it be found neces.

sary to limit the number of students to reHindoo College, at Calcutta. ceive iustruction in the college, a preference A second meeting, for the purpose of es

be given tu the sons and relations of those tablishing a College for the Education of who have been recorded as founders and Hindoo Children, has been beld at Cal- benefactors, or registered as benefactors of cutta, at which a President, Vice Presi- the college. dent, and Committee were chosen, and It was also resolved, that William Coates further progress made in promoting the Blacquiere, Esq. Ram Gopal Mulik, Copee design of the Institution.

Mohun Deh, and Huree Mohun Thakoor, It is greatly to be hoped that the constituied a committee, for 'taking ness of the Asiatic mind will not deprive measures towards providing a proper sithis undertaking of that support which it tuation for the seminary, and that the well merits. There can be no doubt of native part of the committee reconsider the beneficial results of the plan, if the na

and report on the means of providing tive Hindoos will but steadily support it.

funds. The following is the general plan, under lodian method of instruction, with the

The committee were of opinion that the which it is proposed to form this useful es

British improvements, should be adopted tablishment.

in, the college, and resolved that the 1. That the primary object of this insti- secretaries be desired to ascertain and tution be the tuition of the sons of respecto report what teachers will be necessary, able Hindus, in the English and Indian and can be procured for the Bengalee and languages, and in the literature and science English departments of the college, asof Europe.

suming the number of students to be 200. 2. That the admission of students, con The amount subscribed for the estabsistently with the above primary object, be lishment of the Hindu college, was 59,300 left to the discretion of the managers of the rupees on the 6th. Institution. 3. That persons who are not students be

Valuable Library of Curious Books. allowed to attend any literary or scientific lectures, in the English Department, with

The late Gaetano Poggiali, of Leghorn, the consent of the committee of managers world, of which Europe is the centre, by his

was celebrated throughout the literary 4. That the terms on which students, bibliographical knowledge, as well as by shall be admitted to receive instruction in the beautiful editions he published of the the college, be fixed, from time to time, by principal classic authors of Italy, such as the managers of the institution.

Dante, Tasso, Ariosto, Machiavel ; the old 5. That a fund be raised by voluntary Italian Theatre in eight volumes, 8vo. the contributions for the purchase of a sufficient best Italian Satires, in seven volumes, 8vo. quantity of ground in a convenient situa-, !he best Italian Novels, in twenty-six votion, within the limits of the city of Cal- lumes, Svo. &c. &c. cutia, and for erecting a suitable college, The library which he had collected, with other requisite buildings thereupon. comprized nearly 19,000 volumes of the

6. That a book of subscription for this choicest works; and was the completest purpose be kept open for a period of one

known in respect to Italian literature. It year, and that all persons who have al. included not only the most rare editions, ready contributed, or may coutribute dur. but also works previously unknown. The ing the present year, to the funds of the copies also were selected with the greatest institution, be considered original benefac- care, and the major part were in perfect tors and founders of the College.

preservation and magnificently bound.

The classification of this library was un7. That the names and contributions of der the following arrangement:such original benefactors and founders be recorded in the annals of the college; and

I. A collection of the books cited by the be also engraven on a tablet of marble, to Academy della Crusca, with two supplebe affixed in some conspicuous part of the ments; the first, containing the works of

the authors cited, not mentioned by the principal edifice.

Academy; the second, the works which Vol. V. No. 30. Lit. Pan. N. S. Mar. 1.

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