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The fifth volume of Hutchins's History The Rev. Charles Coleman, late curate of Dorsetshire, edited by Mr. Drew, is of Grange, iu Armagh, bas in the press, ja the press; the last half of it will a volume of Sermons on important subcontain a complete parochiat history of jects. the county,
A Series of Letters from the late Mrs. Sermons by the Rev. John Martin, Carter to her Friend, the laté Mrs. above 40 years pastor of the Baptist · Montagu, are printing in two octavo church now meeting in Keppel.street, volumes. taken in 'shorthand by Mr. T. Palmer, Messrs. S. Mitan and Cooke, will soon are printing in'two octaro volumes. publish a Series of thirty-five Etchings,
An Inquiry into the Effects of Spiri. which will give the spirit and character tuous Liquors upon the physical and of the Original Designs by Capt. -Jones, moral Faculties of Man, and their in. on the subject of the Battle of Waterloo. Auence upon the happiness of society, Mr. Gonband, a French artist, will will soon appear.
shortly publish the Elements of Design, The Rev. F. A. Cox, will soon publish for the use of students. a work on Female Scripture Biography; The Rev. James Rudge is printing a with an essay, shewing what christianity volume of Sermons on important subbas done for women: also a second jects. edition, with considerable alterations, The subscribers to the Rev. Mr. of his Lite of Melancthon.
Jeary's Sermons are informed that unMr. Gifford's new edition of Juvenal avoidable circumstanees bave delayed will form two octato volumes, and is the publication of the Volume, but that expected to appear early in March. it will certainly be ready for delivery A Desideratum in our
system of by the first of March. Education, viz. An Easy Practical In- Sir Wm. Gell has nearly ready for troductiou to English, Composition, and publication, the Itinerary of the Morea, to the tasteful reading of Poetry, will in a small octavo volume, with a map. soon issue from the press, ander the title A. Bertoloui, Esq. late controllerof “ Æsop modernised and moralised, general of the customs at Ceylon, will in a series of instructire tales, calcu- soon publish, in an octavo volume, a lated as reading lessons for youth, and View of the Agricultural, Commercial, followed by skeletons of the several and Financial Interests of Ceylon, with tales, with leading questions and hints, a map of the islaud. constituting a simple and easy Intro- Dr. Spurzheim has prepared for pub. duetion to English Composition;" besides lication, the Pathology of Animal Life, an Appendix of " Poetic Readings,” or the Manifestations of the Haman with interlinear marks to every verse, Mind in the state of disease termed pointing out the proper accentuation Insanily. and pauses.
The Rer. Robert Stevens bas another The Author of Village Conversations, yolume of Sermons in the press. or the Vicar's Fire Side, (dedicated to Mr. Walker, of Dublin, will soon Mrs. Hannah More) lias also nearly publish Selections from Lucian, with a ready for publication, the third
and last Latin translation and English notes, to volume, containing an inquiry into the which will be subjoined a mythological Elements of Political Science, the
index and lexicon. Principles of Human Actions, and an Mr. Churchill, is preparing, Correc. impartiat investigation of the Sovereign tions, Additions, and Continuations to Good, or the best Interest of Man. Dr. Rees' Cyclopædia, which will form The work comprises a general survey of a companion to that work. the most important subjects, combined The Rev. Thomas White, minister of with a free inquiry into the nature of Welbeck chapel, has in the press, a Good and Evil, as connected with in- volume of Sermons on practical subjects. dividual happiness and general well- The Rev. Thomas Harwood will soon being.
publish a Survey of Staffordshire, in an Mr.John Bayley, of the Record Office, octavo volume, embellished with plates. Tower, is preparing for the press, the The author of Letters from Paris in History and Antiquities of the Tower of 1802-3 is printing, in an octao London, with biographical anecdotes of volume, Two Tours to France, Belgium, royal and distinguished persons. It will and Spa; one in the summer of 1971, be printed in a quarto volume, and the other in 1816. illustrated by numerous engravings, The Trial respecting the appointment
of the Chief Raron of the Exchequer in Mr. W. Plees, many years resident Ireland, of his son to the office of Clerk in Jersey, will soon publish an Account of the Pleas, is about to be published, of the Island of Jersey, with a mar with the speeches of Mr. Bush, Mr. and four other engravings.. Plunket, and the Attorney General in The Third Part of the Supplemeat full, corrected by themselves.
to the Encyclopædia Britannica, is just The Scientific Tourist in England and published, containing, besides the usual. Wales is preparing for the press.
Articles and Engravings, à Dissertation The Legend of St. Cuthbert, originally exhibiting a general view of the Propublished in 1625, is printing with ex. ' gress of Mathematical, and Physical planatory notes -and illustrations, by Science, since the Revival of Letters in J. B. Taylor, Esq.
Europe, by Professor Playfair, on the A new edition of Dr. Samuel Carr's same Plan as the Discourse in the First Sermons, comprised in three volumes, Part, on the Progress of Metaphysical, is nearly ready for publication,
Ethical, and Political Philosophy, by In the press, the seventh gniarto Dugald Stewart. volume of the Works of the late Rt. An elegant translation of Pascal's Hon. Edmund Barke; containing his Provincial Letters, containing an ExpoSpeeches in Westminster Halt on the sure of the Reasoning and Morals of impeachment of Mr. Hastings.
the Jesuits, has just appeared, preceded lo the press, the History of David, by a brief View of the History of the King of Israel. By a Lady. In two Jesuits. Speaking of these Letters in parts.
the Original, Voltaire says, “. Moliere's W. Beck is preparing a small piece best Comedies do not excel them in entitled " Don't Despair."
wit, nor the compositions of Bossuet Early in February will be published, in sublimity." Family Annals, or the Sisters. By Mary A Prospectus has been issued of a Hays.
new periodical publication, entitled, Ýr. James White, Aathor of Vete- The Spirit of the Press, Historical, rinary Medicine, is prepariag for pub- Political, and Literary.-A portion of lication, a Compendious Dictionary of each Number contains the Spirit of the the Veterinary Art.“
Journals, being a selection of pertinent Mr. Adam Stark is engaged on a paragraphs, witticisms, &c. as they History of Gainsborough, with an ac- appear in the London publications of the count of the Roman 'and Danish anti- Day.-Weekly Numbers every Saturquities in the neighbourhood; to be day, price sixpence, and in Monthly illustrated by a map and several other parts for the convenience of Country engravings.
Readers. Mr. Nichols bas pearly completed at À second editiou of Mr. Edgeworth's press two volumes of Illastrations of work on Roads and Carriages, with adLiterature, consisting of memoirs and ditions, is now in the pressi letters of eminent persons, who flourished The Rev. Dr. Symoons's translation in the eighteenth century; intended as of the Æneid of Virgil, is nearly ready a Sequel to the Literary Aneodotes : for publication. also, a third quarto volume of the Bio. Captain Beaufort's description of the graphical Memoirs of Hogarther with Remains of Antiquity on the. Coast of illustrative ways and fifty plates. Asia Minor, is now in the press.
Art. XVI. LIST OF WORKS RECENTLY PUBLISHED.
MISCELLANEOUS. Narratives of the Lives of the more Private Correspondence of Benjamin eminent Fathers of the First Three Franklin, LL.D.F.R.S. &c. Comipre. Centiiries, 'interspersed with copious hending a Series of Familiar, Literary Quotations from their Writings, familiar
and Political Letters, written between Observations on their Characters and the Years 1753 and 1790. Now first Opinions, and occasional References to published from the Originals in the the most remarkable Events and Persons possession of his Grandson, William of the Times in which they lived. By Temple Franklin, Esq. 4to. 21. 28. bds. the Rev. Robert Cox, M.A. Perpetual
Letters from the Earl of Chesterfield Carate of St. Leonard's, Bridguorth.
to Arthur Charles Stanhope, Esq., rela8vo. 10s. 6d.
tive to the Education of his Godson, the
late Eark of Chesterfield. Now first EDUCATION
published from the Originals. 12.no. 75. A New Grammar of the French
The Cavern of Roseville; or, the Two Language, ou a plan perfectly original, Sisters; a Tale, being a Translation of intended for the use of those who wish
le Souterrain, ou les Deux Sæurs, by to acquire a speedy and grammatical
Madame Herbster, by Alexander Jamie. knowledge of Modern French; inter
son, Author of a Treatise on the Coris spersed with ingenious Exercises and Struction of Maps, &c. With an elegant Examples, illustrative of the peculiar
Prontispiece, 12mno. 3s. 60. bound. construction and idiom of the language:
Statements respecting the East India the whole calculated to facilitate the
College; with an, Appeal to Facts in : acquirement of grammatical knowledge,
Refutation of the Charges lately brought without the unnecessary fatigue and
against it in the Court of Proprietors. perplexity of the old systein. By Charles
By the Rev. T. R. Malthas, Professor Peter Whitaker. ' Pormerly of the Uni
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late Pellow of Jesus College, Cambridge. guages. 6s. 60. Stories for Children, selected from the
8vo. 3s. 6d. History of England, from the Conquest
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Village Conversations, or the Vicar's boards.
Fire-Side (Dedicated to Mrs. Hannala The several Poundations may More) By Sarah Renou. 3 vols. 12mo. also be had separate at the following 19s. 6d. Prices : Winchester 11. 28.-Eton II. 2s.
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October 13, 1816. By the Rev. Wm.
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Meditations and Prayers, selected POLITICAL ECONOMY.
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Art, I. Narrative of a Journey in Egypt and the Country beyond
the Cataracts. By Thomas Legh, Esq. M. P. 4to. pp. 1576
Price 11. ls. Murray. 1816. MR.
R. Legh is one of the many gentlemen whom Bonaparte,
by interdicting them what used to be called the Grand Tour, sent on excursions to the East. Having first run the course through Greece and Albania, "he was induced by the
continuance of the unhealthy state of the countries in the Levant, to direct his steps to the shores of Egypt, accompanied throughout the adventure, with his friend Mr. Smelt. The point at which they parted from Greece, was Zante; where they happened to be just at the time of the arrival there of the 'cele
brated Frieze which had recently been discovered in the Tem
ple of Apollo at Phigalia.' A curious account is given of the negotiation, respecting these sculptures, with Veli Pasha, the Commander of the Faithful's Albanian representative tyrant of the Morea, who, previously to the disinterment of the marbles, had peremptorily stipulated with the excavators, for one half of whatever, of value, they should discover. But, luckily, being recalled from his government at the critical moment, he was willing to accept a sum of money for his share ; and thus the gay train of beautiful forms maintained their ancient union, and came away entire,
In December, 1812, the traveller reached Alexandria, of which, and of Rosetta, with the vicinity, he is very properly brief in the description, in consideration of the familiar knowledge of late years acquired of these places. The pride which he felt, as an Englishman, at sight of the memorials of the great achievements there, was turned into mortification at the remembrance of the disasters of our second Egyptian expedition, in 1805, of which he relates some of the circumstances ; particularly that the successful and destructive attack at Rosetta, was begun upon the English troops actually by a single Turk, who, by firing from a house and killing more than twelve Vol. VII. N. S.