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Nine Sermons, preached on several Occasions. By Hugh Wade Gery, M.A. Rector of Thurning, in the County of Huntingdon, and formerly Fellow of Emanuel College, Cambridge. 8vo. 6s.
Thirteen Sermons on the History of the Old Testament, preached in the Parish Church of Bainton, in Yorkshire. By J. Bell, D.D. Rector. 8vo. 45.
A Sermon preached at the Assizes held at Kingston, for the County of Surrey, on Easter Monday, March 31, 1823, before the Right Hon. Chief Baron Rie chards, &c. By the Rev. R. Mayne, Rector of Limpsfield, Surrey, &c. 8vo. 1s. 6d.
A Sermon preached in the Cathedral Church of Chester, April 7th, 1823, at ibe Spring Assizes, before the Hon. C. Warren, Chief Justice, &c. By the Rev. T. Allen, M.A. Incumbent of High Leigh, &c. 4to. 1s.
An Aualytical View of Christianity, pursued throughout the Historical and Prophetical Writings of the Old and New Testament, displaying the Harmony which subsists between all the social Parts of the Scriptures, and shewing the strict Vuity of Subject that perrades the whole Coutents of the Bible. By a Layman. Svo. 9s.
A Sermon preached at the Anniversary Meeting of the Stewards of the Sons of the Clergy, in the Cathedral Church of St. Paul's, on Thursday, May 23, 1822, By the Rev. C. J. Blomfield, D.D. Archdeacon of Colchester, and Rector of St. Botolph, Bishopsgate. 4to. Is. 6d.
A Sermon preached to the Euglish Congregation, assembled at Rome, Sunday, April 6th 1823, for the Benefit of the Primitive Church of the Vandois, or Ancient Albigenses and Waldenses. By the Rev. Lewis Way, A M. Minister of the Epis. copal Protestant Chapel, at Nice, in Sardinia. 1s. 6d.
The Power of the Keys: or Considerations upon the Absolving Power of the Church, and upon some of the Privileges of the Christian Covenant. By Rev. E. Burlon, M. A. Student of Christ Church. 8vo. 3s.
A Present for the Convalescent: or for those to whom, it is hoped, some recent Affliction has been attended with a Divine Blessing: and for new Converts to Religion in general. By the Rev. J. Fry, B.A. Rector of Desford, Leicestershire. Author of the “ Second Advent,” &c. 12mo.
An Appeal to the Members of the Church of England, on the Subject of Sunday Schouls, with especial Reference to the Effects of Lay Agency on the Advancement of Religion, and the Interests of the Established Church. By a Lay
A Letter to the Right Hon. the Earl of Chichester, on the Practicability of rendering those Properties of Air which relate to Caloric applicable to new aud important Purposes. 2s.
A Letter to the Lord Chancellor on the Nature and Interpretation of Unsound. ness of Mind and Irubecility of Intellect. By John Haslam, M.D. Is. 6d.
Memoirs of Francis Barnett, the Lefevre of “ No Fiction;" and a Review of that Work; with Letters and Authentic Documents. 2 Vols. 12$.
Remarkable Passages in the Life of William Kiffin, Merchant and Alderman of London, written by Himself ; including some Account of W. and Ben Newling, who were executed for the Duke of Monmouth's Rebellion, Small 8vo. 5s. 6d.
Martha: a Memorial of an only and beloved Sister. By A. Reed, Author of “ No Fiction," &c. 2 Vols. 12mo. 12s.
The History of England during the Middle Ages, comprising the Reigns of Henry VI. Edward IV. Edward V. Richard III. and Henry VII. By Sharon Túrner F.S.A. Vol. XXXIV. 21. 2s.
Travels through Sweden, Norway, and Finmark, to the North Cape, in the Summer of 1820. By A. De Capell Brooke. 410. 21. 10s.
The Fifth Volume of Dr. Lingard's History of England, containing the Reigns, of the Queens Mary and Elizabetlr. 410. 11. 15s.
The History and Antiquities of the Abbey-Church of St. Peter, Westminster; including Notices and Biographical. Memoirs of the Abbots and Deans of that Foundation, as well as a correct Copy of the Inscriptions on erery Monument in this truly interesting and National Edifice. Illustrated by J. P. Neale.' The Lie terary Department by E. W. Brayley. 2 Vols. Royal 4to. 101. 10s.
Relative Taxation; or Observations on the Impolicy of Taxing Malt, Hops. Peer, Soap, Candles, and Leather: and an Inquiry into the Effects of a Land. Tax, &c. By T. Vaux. 8vo. 7s. 6d.
A Reply to the Article on the Church Establishments, in the last Number of the Edinburgh Review. By the Rev. Augustus Campbell, A.M. Rector of Wallasey, in the Comiy of Chester. 8vo. 1s. 60.
A Letter to the Chairman of the Committee of the House of Commons on the Game Laws. By the Hon. and Rev. Wm. Herbert. 1s.
Defence of the Ușury Laws. With a Proposal to reduce the Legal Rate of Interest to Pour per Cent. By Robert Hannay. 12mo. 55.
A Review of some of the Arguments which are commonly advaneed against any Parliamentary Interference in Behalf of the Negro Slaves; with a Statement of Opinions which have been expressed on that Subject by many of our most distinguished Statesmen, including Rarl Grey, Earl of Liverpool, Lord Grenville, Lord Melville, Lord Dudley and Ward, Mr. Burke, Mr. Pitt, Mr. Fox, Mr. Windham, Mr. Wil berforce, Mr. Canning, Mr. Broughan, Sir Samuel Romilly, &c. &c. is.
A Furthier Appeal to the British Public in the Cause of the Persecuted Greeks. By the Rev. Robert Chatfield, LL.D. Vicar of Chatteris, Cambridgeshire, and Cliaplain to the Dowager Countess of Liverpool. 4s.
A Leiter to the Right Hon. Robert Peel, one of His Majesty's Principal Secretaries of State, &c. dic. on Prison Labour. By John Headham, M.A. Chairman of the Quarter Sessions for the North Riding of the County of York. 2s.
An Enquiry into the Revenues and Abuses of the Fiee Grammar School at Brentwoud, in the County of Essex; and its present Management contrasted with the Intentions of the Founder. 8vo. 3s. 6d.
An Examination of the Principles of the Slave Registry Bill, and of the Means of Emancipation, proposed by the Authors of the Bill. By G. W. Jordan, Esq. F.R.S. Colonial Agent for Barbadoes. 4s.
A Counter Appeal, in Answer to “ An Appeal” from W. Wilberforce. Esq. M.P. designed 10 Prove that the Emancipation wf ihe Negrues, in the West Indies, by a Legislative Enactment, without the Consent of the Planters, would be a fagrant Breach of National Honour, hostile to the Principles of Religion, Justice, and Humanity, and highly injnrious to the Planter and to the Slave. By Sir H. W. Martin, Bart. 8vo. Is. 6d.
A Letter to the Right Hon. George Canning, on the Principle and the Administration of the English Poor Laws. By a Select Vestryman of the Parish of Putney. 8vo. 3s,
Charity, a Poem. By the Author of Letters on Prejudice, &c. 1s.
Einancipation, a Poem, in Two Cantos; embellished with Explanatory Notes and Caricature Designs, for the Instruction of His Holiness Pope Pius. By the Ghost of Martin Luther, 8vo. 5s.
The Cambridge Tart. A Collection of Epigrammatic and Satiric Poetical Effusions, &c. &c. Dedicated to the Members of the University of Cambridge. By Sochus. Footscap 8vo._8s.
Poetical Memoirs. The Exile; a Tale. By James Bird, Author of the Vale of Slaughden, &c. 8vo. 6s. 6d.
Fables for the Holy Alliance, Rhymes on the Road, &c. By T. Brown, the Younger, Secretary of the Poco-Curante Society, and Author of the Fudge Family, &c. Post 8vo. 8s, 6d.
The Works of Garcilasso de la Vega, surnamed the Prince of Castilian Poets, translated into English Verse; with a Critical and Historical Essay on Spanish Poetry, and a Life of the Authors By J. H. Wiffen. Pust 8vo. 128.
Gethsemane, a Poem; founded on the Messiah of Klopstock. By the Authoress of the Enchanted Plants, &c. 2 Vols. Small 8vo. 8s.
Alfred ; a Romance in Rhyme. By R. Payne Knight. 8vo. 14s.
Precipitance; a Highland Tale. By a Lady. 2 Vols. 12ino.
12s. The King of the Peak; a Romiance. By the Author of the Cavalier, &c. 3 Vols. 1 2mo. 11. 1s.
Tales of Old Mr. Jefferson of Gray's Inn, collected by Young Mr. Jefferson of Lyons Inn. First Series. 2 Vols. 12mo. 15s.
Ringan Gilhaize ; or the Covenanters. By the Author of Alinals of the Parish, Sir Andrew Wylie, &c. 3 Vols. 19mo. 11. 1s.
Lilian; a Fairy Tale. By W. M. Praed, of T'rinity College, Cambridge. 2s.
Quentin Durward. By the Author of Waverley, &c. În S Vols. Small 8vo. 11. 11s. 6d.
Seventy-Six. By the Author of Logan. 3 Vols. 12mo. 11. 1s.
MISCELLANIES. Heraldic Anomalies; or, Rank Confusion in our Orders of Precedence. By It Matters not Who. 2 Vols. Cr. 8vo. 11.
Body and Soul. Vol. II. Cr. 8vo. 95.
An Examinatiou of certain Arguments adduced in Support of the Hypothesis, that the received Text of the Greek Testament is a Translation from the Latin : addressed to the Author of Palæoromaica. By J. J. Coneybeare, A.M. Prebendary of York, and Vicar of Bath, Easton. 8vo. 2s.
A Vindication of the Reasons for Withdrawing from the Bible Society, in Answer to Charges of Misrepresentation, &c. contained in an Anonymous Letter. By J. E. Jackson, M. A. Perpetual Curate of Grange, Armagh. 8vo.
Description of the Universal Telegraph for Day and Night Signals. By C. W. Paisley, Lieut. Col Royal Engineers, and F.R.S. 2s.
Recent Scenes and Occurrences in Ireland, in a Letter to a Friend in England. 3s. 6d.
“ Sylva Florifera,” the "Shrubbery ;" containing an Historical and Botanical Account of the Flowering Shrubs and Trees which now ornament the Shrubbery, the Park, and Rural Scenes in general; with Observations on the Formation of Ornamental Plantations, and Picturesque Scenery.“ By Henry Phillips, F.H.S. Author of the History of the Fruits known in Great Britain, and the History of Cultivated Vegetables. 2 Vols. 8vo. 11, 1s.
A Voice from London to the Voice from St. Helena, or the Pitt System developed; in a Publication from Autographs of certain Missions from the British Ministers to France, in the Years 1788, 1799, 1801; prefaced by a brief Sketch of Napoleon's Pacific Views, and of the existing State of Things, &c. By Peter Moore, Esq. M.P. 8vo. 9s.
Accredited Ghost Stories; collected and Edited by J. M. Jarvis, Esq. Royal 18mo. 6s.
The Saxon Chronicles, with an English Translation, and Notes, Critical and Explanatory. By Rev. J. Ingram, late Saxon Professor of the University of Oxfora. 4to. 31. 13s. 6d.
Miscellanies on Various Subjects, in Prose and Verse. "By Wm. Hett, M.A. 12mo. 6s.
Views in Paris, &c. consisting of sixty Scenes in that Metropolis, and its Environs, engraved froni Original Drawings. By Mr. Frederick Nash. 2 vols. royal 4to. With a Supplement. 81. 8s.
WORKS IN THE PRESS.
The Rev. Henry Card, M.A. Vicar of Great Malvern, has been for some time engaged in preparing a Life of Bishop Burnet, drawn from Papers partly preserved in the Library of the British Museum, and partly in the Archives of one or two noble Families. He is induced to make this statement in the hope that other Families may make similar communications.
Dr. A. Tilloch will shortly publish, Dissertations, introductory to the Study and right Understanding of the Language, Structure, and Contents of the Apocalypse.
The Rev. James Bean has in the Press a second Edition of his Sermons, entitled, Parochial Instruction.
A Work, entitled, Metrical Medulla of the Chronicles of England, from the Conquest to the Death of George III. With Notes, drawn from the Harleian MSS. and from Authorities not accessible to common Readers, in Volume, is preparing for Publication.
A Memoir of Central India, with the History, and Copious Illustrations of the past and present Condition of that Country. By Sir John Malcolm. In two Vols. 8vo. with an Original Map, a Geological Report, and Comprehensive Index, is in the Press.
Mr. Charles Dubois, F.L.S. is about to publish in a small Volume, An Easy Introduction to_Lamark's Arrangement of the Genera of Shells ; being a Free Translation of that Part of his Work (L'Histoire des Animaux sons Vertébres,) which treats on Mallusca with Testaceous Covering: to which are added Illustrative Remarks, Additional Observations, and a Synoptic Table.
Captain A. Cruise, of the 84th Regiment, has in the Press, A Journal of a Ten Months' Residence in New Zealand, which will appear next Month in an 8vo. Volume.
The Author of Domestic Scenes has nearly ready for publication, a New Novel, entitled, Self-Delusion; or, Adelaide ď Hauteroche, in three Vols.
The Rev. G. Wilkins, Author of the History of the Destruction of Jerusalem, &c. &c. will shortly publish in a duodecimo Volume, An Antidote to the Poison of Scepticism.
Mr. Robert Meikleham, Civil Engineer, has in the Press, A Practical Treatise on the Various Methods of Heating Buildings by Steam, Hot-Air, Stoves, and Open Fires;
with some Introductory Observations on the Combustion of Fuel ; on the Contrivances for Burning Smoke ; and other Subjects connected with the Economy and Distribution of Heat. With numerous Explanatory Engravings.
James Sheryold Boone, M.A. will publish in a few days, a Poetical Sketch, in three Epistles, addressed to the Right Honourable George Canning, entitled, Men and Things in 1823.
Dr. Forster is about to publish, Illustrations of the Mode of Maintaining Health, Curing Diseases, and Protracting Longevity, by attention to the State of the Digestive Or. gans ; with Popular Observations on the Influence of Pecu. liarities of Air, of Diet, and of Exercise, on the Human System. In one Vol. 8vo.
Mr. Earle has in the Press a Work, containing Practical Remarks op Fractures at the Upper Part of the Thigh, and particularly Fractures within the Capsular Ligament ; with Critical Observations on Sir Astley Cooper's Treatise on that Subject, and a Description of a Bed for the Relief of Patients, suffering under these Accidents and other Injuries and Diseases which require a State of Permanent Rest, &c. &c.
The Rev. R. Warner will shortly publish the first part of, the Novels by the Author of Waverley, with Criticisms
bir istorical, Biographical, and Miscellaneous, of General and Particular.
Historical Notices of Two Characters in Peveril of the Peak, are preparing for publication.
A New Novel will appear in the course of a few days, entitled, Edward Neville, or, the Memoirs of an Orphan. In three Vols.
Mr. Thomas Taylor, the Platonist, is engaged in preparing for the Press, a Mathematical Work, entitled, the Élements of a New Arithmetical Notation, in some respects Analogous to that of Decimals; by wbich, expressions producing a great variety of infinite Series may be obtained, which can by no other means be found ; the Series discovered by the Moderns, for the quadrature of the circle and byperbola, are shown to be aggregately incommensurable quantities, and a Criterion is given by which the Commensurability or Incommensurability of infinite Series may be infallibly and universally ascertained. The Work will be published in 8yo.