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ject expressed in the title, Part II. planatory Notes and an Index; and will contain a new Theory, intended illustrated with more than twenty to explain all human interests. engravings on copper.
The Rev. Dr. Collyer has in the Dr. Ronalds, of Coventry, is prefTe:s a volume of Lectures on Scrip- paring for the press a Translation tiire Parables. This will constitute of the celebrated little work of Cathe fourth solume of Dr. Collyer's banis, on Certainty in Medicine. Lectures.
Mr. Iluish's scientific Treatise on Mr. Robert Thompson has in the the Culture and Management of press a Sketch of the French Revo Bees, illustrated with plates, is exlution, including the eventful pe pected to appear in May. riod from 1789 10 the downfal of Buonaparte; with many interesting Mr. Bryce will soon publish a 2ecdotes,
work under the title of the Belgian
Traveller, or Guide through the The Rev. John Grant, A. M. has
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Essay on the Magic Lanthorn, with
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Philosophia Sacra; or the Principles of Natural Philosophy, extracted from Divine Revelation.
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