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II. The publication will be completed An impartial and authentic history of in twelve monthly parts, commencing on the British Campaigns on the Rio de la the first of February, 1808, price 10s. 68. Plata is now preparing for the press, and each : the whole forming six large octavo will be shortly published. It will convolumes, illustrated by about two hundred prehend the whole of the period from the elegant engravings by Lowry and Scott. , departure of General Beresford from the
It is designed to be a New Dictionary, Cape of Good Hope, to the final evacuaappropriated exclusively to the Arts and tion of South America by the Britisk Sciences, and containing such a dense, ác- forces; and will include accounts of thie. curate, and ample 'exhibition of our whole civil and political state of the country. knowledge respecting them, as might with the nature of the soil, trade, and produce; the greatest advantage he comprehended the manners, custoins, and character of in the limits of six large octavo volumes. the people: illustrated with maps, plates,
Mr. Southey is preparing, as part of &c. together with sketches of the costume his Series of Ancient Romances, of which of the inhabitants. The whole drawn up Amadis of Gaul, and Paimerin of England on the spot, and derived, with consider have already appeared, an edition of Mort able labour and expence, from original doArthur, with an introduction and notes. cuments, and from various sources of in
An interesting literary discovery of un formation, hitherto deained inaccessible published works of the late Robert Burns, to strangers, by Philip Keating Rache, has been made by Mr.' Cromek, in bis Esq. Captain in his Majesty's Seventeenth late tour through Scotland. The papers Regiment of Light Dragoons, and Major alluded to are numerous, and give a more of Brigade to the Forees. - - particular account of the writings of the Dr. Williain Burncy, Master of the Naval poet, and of his private life and concerns Academy, Gosport, intends, in the course than have yet been laid b: fore the public. of the winter, to publish The Naval Memoirs In this collection are found a number of let- of Great Britain, extracted from the best ters addressed to his friends, written with Authorities; with occasional Remarks. It that enthusiasm and energy which so is inten led to be a similar volume to Thompe particularly characterized his genius. Sa son's Military Memoirs. veral original poems have been rescued . An English gentleman, left in a diplo. from oblivion in the same manner; and matic capacity by the commander of the also some valuable observations on Scottish forces at Buenos Ayres, intends giving to Songs and Music.
the public a historical work, on the Spa· On the 25th of the current month will nish Viceroyalties in South America. To be published, with a Letter addressed to assist him in this undertaking, he has lrad Samuel Whitbreal, Esq. M. P. the Ar- access to libraries in Buenos Ayres, conticles of Impcachment exhibited in the late taining documents which have never yet Indictment against the Marquis of Wel been consulted by those who have hitherlesley, by James Paull, Esq.
to written on the subject; and he has met · Dr. Williain Barney, Master of the.' with no little aid from some liberal and Naval Academy, Gosport, is preparing enlightened clergymen; in possession of for the press an extensive Coarse of Ma, manuscripts from the different missionthematical Education for Young Gentle- ários employed over the continent. men intended for the Navy.
Dr. Richard Reece, author of the Doo Mr. Hervey Morris, bas in a state of mestie' Medical Gnide, &c. will shortly great forwardness for the press, a Historie publish, in one volume royal octaro, i cal and Topographical Diccionary of Ire. Practical Dictionary of Medicine, exhi. land, which will make two large volumes biting a Comprehensive View of the late in quarto, and will be illustrated by important Discoveries relating to the maps and plates. This work will conte following Subjects, so far" as they regard tain the history of cities, towns, mariors, the Health of Man, the well. Being of castles and monasteries ; of sieges and Society, and the general Cure of Malabattles; biographical sketches, and an dies; viz. Anatomy, Botany, Casualties, account of the natural and artificial che Chemistry, Cloathing, Dietetics, Pharina riosities of freland...
cy, Physic, Physiology, Surgery, MidwifeThe History of the House of Stnart, by ry, Therapentics, &c. the whole comprithe late Charles James Fox, in the unfi. sing a regular View of the present improved pished state in which he left it, will shortly State of Medical Science, (diverted of all be published ; also his interesting and exted technical obscurities) adapted equally for sive Correspondence with the most Distin the information of domestic life, and the guished Characters of the present Reign. regulation of the conduct of individuals
according to their various circumstances coloured, will be published on the first day and situations, as well as for professional of March next. The work will not exceed reference.
ten volumes,consisting each of three monthly Mr. Parkinson, of Hoxton, has nearly parts, and probably will not.extend to more ready for publication, the second volume of than eight or nine. his elaborate, scientific, valuable, and inte- In the press and to be published in a few Testing work, On the Organic Remains of a days. A discourse on the Nature and Design Former World.
of the Holy Eucharist, commonly called A new Publication is announced under the the Sacrament of the Lord's Supper; in Title of“Pantologia” comprehending Essays, which the manner of its celebration, the Treatises, and Systems, arranged alphabetic proper meaning of the different Epithets cally; and likewise a general Dictionary of given to it in the Scriptures and by the Arts, Sciences, and 'Words. By John Ma- primitive Church, its Substitution for the son Good, Esq., Olinthus Gregory, A. M. Passover, the abuses crept into the cele: of the Royal Military Academy, Wool. bration of it, its importance to the edificawich, and Mr. Newton Bosworth of Cam- tion of the church of Christ, and to the au.. bridge, with the assistence of other gentle- thenticity of Divine Revelation, are fully mun of eminence in the respective Depart- pointed out. With an Introduction in which ments they undertake." Part I. price ten the Question, Did our blessed Lord eat the shillings and six pence, printed by: Bensley Passover in the last year of his Ministry? is and Davison in royal 8vo, and illustrated amply considered. By Adam Clarke. with new maps many of them beautifully
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• Books which have been published, and such Communications to the Board of Agricul. as have been altered in size and price, since ture, on subjects relative to the Husbandry
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The exemplary Life and Character of Essays on the natural History and Origin James Bonnell, Esq. late Accomptant Geneof Peat Moss: the particular qualities of the ralof Ireland, by William Hamilton, A. M. substance; the means of improving it as a Archdeacon of Armagh, a new edition, 12mo. soil; the methods of converting it into ma- 4s. 6d. nure, and other economical purposes to Memoirs of the Life of Colonel Hutchinson which it māy be subscrvient. By the Rev. written by his Widow Lucy, daughter of Sir. Robert Pennie, Kilsyth, 8vo..
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CORRESPONDENCE. It isneccesary to apologize to some of our readers, for the oinission of two articles in the present muxaber which they had reason to expect would be inserted); the review of Petloszes's Body of Theology having been delayed by illness, and that of Nightingale's Portraiture of Methodista having beerexchided by a late and sudden pressure of temporary matter. Both semesting the expectedin the February Number.
18 answer to numerous correspondents whose communications have been reeently fome warded to as; we can only proinise them the most prompt attention in our power
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For FEBRUARY, 1808. .
Art. I. Some Account of the Public Life, and a Selection from the Unpublished Writings, of the Earl of Macartney. The Latter consisting of Extracts from an Account of the Russian Empire ; a Sketch of the Political History of Ireland; and a Journal of an Embassy from the King of Great Britain to the Emperor of China. With an Appendix to each Volume. By John Barrow, F.R.S. Author of Travels in China, &c. &c. 2 vols. 4to. pp. 1150. Price 31. 3s. Cadell and Davies.
1807. THE great crowd of what are called public men, deserve
no individual description or memorial. After having examined a few specimens, it is easy to guess the qualities of the rest. Compound an ordinary portion of talent with a rather extra quantity of cunning, and just as much selfishness as you please, existing in the lowest form of ambition or avarice, or both, and you have the substance of what is most commonly called a public man; a very cheap composition, because it can be made up without the expense of a drachm for that rare and costly ingredient, public spirit. If there are persons, in the more retired walks of life, so simple as to regret that they can. not have the privilege of intimately observing the characters of the occupants of power and office, it might allay their discontented curiosity to be assured, that they may see every where around them exact models, on a smaller scale, of what they are precluded from inspecting. They may find, in the most subordinate ranks of society, plenty of the very same genus of personages, only with narrower scope for acting out their dispositions, and somewhat less plausibility of manners. If the high and imposing titles, by which the upper part of the genus have agreed to call one another, have impressed a certain degree of awe on the minds of our supposed inquisitive recluses, it will perhaps be a little of the nature of a discovery and a surprise to them to find, that the schemes, and jealousies, and rivalries, and quarrels, that the intriguing, the cheating, the pettifogging, and the speechifying, of a country village,