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All Bey's Travels in Morocco, Tripoli, Cyprus, Egypt, &c. . . 521

Ambrose's Opoleyta; or a Tale of Ind: a Poem . . . .158

Athaliah: a Sacred Drama. Translated from the French of Racine . 88

Bakewell's Letter, addressed to the Chairman of the Select Committee of the

Clause of Commons appointed to Inquire into the State of Madhouses . 293

Bellamy's Jonah. The Seatonian Prize Poem, for the Year 1815. . . 489

Bickersteth's Scripture Help, designed to assiit. in reading the Bible profitably 492

Biddulph's Baptism a Seal of the Christian Covenant . . . 429

Bonar's Sermons, chiefly on Devotional Subjects .... 278

Bone's Rules and Regulations of an Institution called Tranquillity . 599

Britton's Cathedral Antiquities of England .... 450

Brown's History of the Propagation of Christianity among the Heathen . 223

Bugg's Spiritual Regeneration not necessarily connected with Baptism . 429

Bullar's Refutation of the False Assertions against Dissenters, as connected

with the British and Foreign Bible Society . . .52

Byron's, Lord, Poems ...... 595

Carlyle's Examination of the Arguments forthePre-eminency of the Roman

Catholic Episcopacy . . . . .313

Chalmers's State of the United Kingdom at the Peace of Paris . .417

Chateaubriand's Recollections of Italy, England, and America . . 45

Christian's Plan for a County Provident Bank . . . 599

Claude's Defence of the Reformation .... 313

Coleridge's Christabel, Kubla Khan, a Vision: The Pains of Sleep . 565

Correspondence . . . . . 310, 613

Curran's Speeches . . . . . .162

Davis's Friendly Advice to Industrious and Frugal Persons . . 599

Duncan's Essay on the Nature and Advantages of Parish Banks . . ibid

Durant's Discourse on the best Method of Preaching Christ . . 174

Edgeworth's Memoirs of the Abbe Edgeworth . . . 173

Elphinstone's Account of the Kingdom of Caubul, and its Dependencies 457, 556

Gibbon's, Edward, Esq. Miscellaneous Works, &c. Edited by Right Hon.

Lord Sheffield . . . . . .1,180

Gisborne's Letter to the Right Rev. the Lord Bishop of Gloucester . 52

Glover's Thoughts on the Character and Tendency of the Property Tax . 417

Good's Translation of the Book of Job . . . . 132,613

Griffin's Memoirs of Capt. James Wilson . • . 275

Gurney's, the Rev. W. Serious Address to the Clergy of the United Kingdom,

on the Duties of the Pastoral Office . . . 84

Headlong Hall . . . . .373

Hill's, Rev. Rowland, Religious Freedom in Danger . . . 493

History of Little Davy's New Hat ...... 76

Hooper's Advantages of Early Piety .... 590

Horsley's, Bishop, Book of Psalms . . .. .20

Nine Sermons . . ... 151

Hunt's Story of Rimini. A Poem .... 380

Journal of Llewellyn Penrose; a Seaman . . . . . 395

Kidd's Sermons, designed chiefly for the Use of Villages and Families . 369

Kirby and Spence's Introduction to Entomology . . . 57~

Klaproth's Travels in the Caucasus and Georgia .... 320

Leaves ....... 399

Letter to the Right Rev. the Lord Bishop of Lincoln, on the Subject of the

Attack mad« by his Lordship upon the British and Foreign Bible Society 52

Letter by One of the Clergy to the Rev. Thomas Gisborne, M.A. . ibid

Letters from a Gentleman in the North of Scotland; containing an Account

of the Highlands. Printed in 1754 .... 236

Lewis and Clarke's Travels to the Source of the Missouri River, and across

the American Continent to the Pacific Ocean .... 10.5


Mant's Two Tracts, intended to convey correct Notions of Regeneration

and Conversion ..... 429,538

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. 170

478Memoirs of Lady Hamilton .....

Morell's Studies in History; containing the History of Rome . .

Morris's Memoirs of the Life and Writings of the Rev. Andrew Fuller

Notes intended as Materials for a Memoir on the Affairs of the Protestants of

the Department Du Gard . » . . 209

Observation"-on the Laws relating to Private Lunatic Asylums . . 293

Ode (Second) to Napoleon Buonaparte, partly a Parody on that of Lord Byron ,- %5

Parkes's Chemical Essays ..... 255

Parsey's Deserted Village restored: The Blind Beggar of Bethnal Green . 398

Paul's Lft'ers to his Kinsfolk ..... 346

Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. For the Year

1814. Parts I. and II. .... 357, 504.

Preston's Review of the present ruined condition of the Landed and Agri-
cultural Interests ...... 417

Private Hours of Napoleon Buonaparte . . . .93

Resolutions and Statements relative to the Persecution of the French Pro-
testants . . . . . • .177

Rose's, Right Hon. Observations on Banks for Savings . . 599 Scott's, John, Paris Revisited, in 1815, by Way of Brussels . . 211 ——Rev. John, Enquiry into the Effect of Baptism . . . 429 Second Report of the London Society for the Improvement and Encourage-
ment of Female Servants ..... 388

Select Literary Information . . 101, 202, 307, 409, 518, 622

Sharpe's Report from the Committee appointed to consider of Provision

being made for the better Regulation of Madhouses in England

Siege of Corinth: a Poem. Parisina: a Poem

Sismondi's Considerations sur Geneve dans ses Rapports avec PAngleterre.etc

Smedley's Jonah. A Poem . • • •

i_-Prescience, or the Secrets of Divination: a Poem

Smith's, Dr. Reasons of the Protestant Religion

Snelgar's Christian Triumph ....

Styles's Temptations of a Watering Place . . . ^

Taylor's (Mrs.) Present of a Mistress to a Young Servant

— Summary Account of the London Savings' Banks •

The Majolo. A Tale . . ■ • • .

The New Covenant; translated into the Hebrew Language from the Original

Greek .' . • • •. • . _

Thoughts on the Present Crisis, in a Letter from a Constituent to his Repre-

scntn.tjv6 . • • •****

Tuke's Practical Hints on the Construction and Economy of Pauper Lunatic

Asylums . • • • • ." . . .*

Valpy's 'H xamj toaUm. Novom Testamentum, cum Notts Theologicis

et Philologicrs '. • • • '

Vincent's Spirit of Prayer; or, a Discourse on the Nature of Prayer

Walker's Memoirs of Alessandro Tassoni

Watkin's, the Rev. H. G. Friendly Hints to Female Servants • ■

, ,_ Hints and Observations, serious, addressed to Heads ot tamilies .

^^eekly Monitor '* • •'

Wilks's Essay on the Signs of Conversion and Unconversion in the Ministers of

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the Church . . • • , ,' . .'

Williams's. Miss H. M. Narrative of the Events which have taken Place ,n

France, from the 1st of March, 1S15, till the Restoration of Louis XVIII. Ou the late Persecution of the Protestants in the

South of France . • •
Williams's, Thos. Moral Tendency of Knowledge . • •
Wilson's Inquiry in the Causes of the High Prices of Corn and Labour, &c. ., Walter, History of Dissenting Churches and Meeting Houses in ^

London, Westminster, and Southwark . • • 401,38*

Woodcock's Reply to a Letterfrorn the Rev. Thomas Gisborne, to the Hon.

and Right Rev. the Lord Bishop of Gloucester, &c.. • • £?

Wordsworth's White Doe of Rylstoue; or, the Fate of the Nortons: a Poem 33

Young's, Arthur, Baxteriana .





For JANUARY, 1816.

Art. I. The Miscellaneous Works of Edward Gibbon, Esq. with Memoirs of his Life and Writings; composed by Himself; illustrated from his Letters, with occasional Notes and Narrative. By the Right Hon. John Lord Sheffield. A new Edition, with considerable Additions, 5 vols, Svo. pp. xlviii, 2928. Price 31. 5s. London. Murray. 1815.

rINHERE is something, at first sight, extremely embarrassing ■*■ to the critic, in such an appearance as that of the present Publication. It is not given to the world as a new work, but purports to be no more than a new edition of an old one; of one which made its appearance many years ago, in a quarto form. That work, as is generally known, was so favourably received, that the public may well be supposed sufficiently acquainted with its contents, no longer to stand in need either of the critic's judgement, to influence or to deter from the purchase, or of the production of select passages, to serve as specimens of the style, or as substitutes for the work itself, to those readers who, from whatever motive, might choose to be satisfied with splendid portions instead of the whole.

But, though it is no more than a new edition of an old work, it is, however, one, improved, according to the title, with considerable additions, which additions are supposed to amount to about one third of the former publication. Of these additions, then, at least, the reader of a review might expect to meet with some more particular notice.

It would, however, be no easy matter, in many cases, to distinguish, in an extensive series of narrative composition, what has been added, from the information originally given, incorporated as both are through a considerable portion of the work. And even to distinguish accurately the addition of several letters to and from Mr. Gibbon, from those formerly published, would require a more minute comparison of both editions, than is easily instituted, or would be likely to reward the time and pains necessary to be bestowed on it.

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