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Miss Holford's Novel of Sir Warbeck of PRINCE MAXIMILIAN's Travels in the Wooll'steen, 2 vols. is in the press. Brazils, which have excited so great an in Dr Brown's Antiquities of the Jews, terest, owing to the quality and character 2 vols. 8vo. of the traveller, will speedily appear at A work on Early Education, or on the large, with many engravings, in the Jour- general management of Children, considernal of New Voyages and Travels.
ed with a view to their future character, In May will be published, Travels in is preparing, by Mrs Elizabeth Apple. Sicily, Greece, and Albania; by the Rev. T. S. Hughes, fellow of Emanuel College, Stories founded on Facts, by Mrs Grant, Cambridge. Each volume will be adorned of Croydon, author of " Sketches of life with engravings of maps, scenery, plans, &c. and Manners,” and “ Delineations of
A Grammar of the Arabic Language is Scenery,” &c. 12mo. preparing for the press ; by James Grey Two volumes of Ancient Spanish Ro. Jackson, Professor of Arabic ; and late mances, relating to the Twelve Peers of British Consul at Santa Cruz, in South France, mentioned in Don Quixote, with Barbary. No accurate Grammar of the English metrical Versions, by Thomas Arabic Language having yet issued from Rodd, preceded by the History of Charles the British Press, an attempt will now be the Great and Orlando, translated from the made to supply in England this deficiency Latin of Spanheim, are printing. in Oriental Literature.
A periodical series is about to be comAn Account of the Abipones, an Eques- menced, called El Teatro Espanol Moder. trian People in the interior of South no, of which the first Number will contain America, translated from the original Latin five plays of Moratin, with his Por of Martin Dobrizhoffer, one of the Ex- trait. Jesuits, two and twenty years a Missionary The Rev. John Davies, A. M. Curate of in Paraguay, is in preparation.
Kew, is preparing a work entitled, HistoTravels in England, Wales, and Scot- rical Prologues, or a versified Chronology land, in the year 1816; by Dr Spiker, of Events from the Conquest to the Death Librarian to his Majesty the King of Prus. of George the Third. sia, have been translated from the Ger. Mr G. R. Rowe, F. R. C. S. of Haver. man, and will be publislied in the ensuing hill, Suffolk, will speedily publish a Prac. month.
tical Treatise on those Nervous Disorders Mrs Opie's Tales of the Heart will be denominated 'Hypochondriasis, and Dys. published in the course of May.
pepsia, or Indigestion, equally addressed to Lochiel ; or, The Field of Culloden, a the public and profession. Novel, is in the press.
A System of Education, intended for It is proposed to publish six monthly the King of Rome, and other Princes of the parts of Picturesque Illustrations of Bue- Blood of France, drawn up by the Impenos Ayres and Monte Video : consisting of rial Council of State under the superintenViews, and faithful representations of the dence of Napoleon, and finally approved by costumes, manners, &c. of the inhabitants him, is printing in French verbatim, of those cities and their environs, taken on with an English translation. the spot by E. E. Vidal, Esq. ; and ac Dialogues, Moral and Religious, intendcompanied with descriptive letter-press.- ed chiefly for the domestic use of young Also a Picturesque Tour of English Lakes: persons in the middle ranks of life, are illustrated with forty-eight coloured views, printing. drawn by Mrs T. H. Fielding, and J. Mr T. Williams is preparing for the Walton, during two years' residence in the press a Memoir of his late Majesty and the most romantic parts of Cumberland, West Duke of Kent, as a companion to those he moreland, and Lanacashire, nd the whole published of the late Queen and Princess of them engraved in aquatinta by Mr T. Charlotte. H. Fielding
Mr Bischoff' is preparing a third edition Shortly will be published, Tabella Ciba. of his Reasons for the immediate Repeal of ria: the Bill of Fare ; a Latin Poem, with the Tax on Foreign Wool; with an ApNotes, Observations, and Directions, relat- pendix, clearly shewing the injurious ele ing to the pleasures of Gastronomy, and fects of that Tax. the mysterious Art of Cookery.
The Literary and Political Life of Ane Illustrations of Cases of Tic Douloureux gustus Von Kotzebue. Translated from successfully treated, are preparing by Mr the German. 12mo. B. Hutchinson, Member of the Royal Col. Russian 'Tarif for 1820, containing all lege of Surgeons.
the Duties of the Russian Empire. &ro.
Marcian Colonna, a Poem in three Parts, to the Hebrew, Chaldee, or Syriac, in which to which will be added, Dramatic Sketches, the root of it is to be found, the trouble of and other Poems, by Barry Cornwall. having recourse to large dictionaries is ren
dered unnecessary, till the student has EDINBURGH.
made some progress in the elements of the An Arabic Vocabulary and Index for Rilanguage; and an interesting field of phichardson's Arabic Grammar; in which the lological research is likewise opened up to words are explained according to the parts his view, in the very intimate relation of speech, and the derivatives are traced to which subsists between the Arabic, the Pertheir originals in the Hebrew, Chaldee, and sic, and the other Oriental dialects, of Syriac Languages; with tables of oriental which the Hebrew forms the original and alphabets, points, and affixes ; by James fundamental language. This intimate reNoble, teacher of languages in Edinburgh, lation will be clearly seen in this Vocabuis preparing for the press, and will be pub- lary, which contains nearly 1000 Arabic lished in July next.
words, and of these scarcely less than 1200 This Work, like Sir William Jones's In. are plainly traced to their originals in the dex to his Persian Grammar, is intended, Hebrew, Chaldee, and Syriac languages. by explaining all the difficulties which oc The engraved Table of Alphabets, incur in translating the numerous extracts tended to form the frontispiece of the from Arabic authors found in Mr Richard- Work, will also exhibit distinctly, at one son's Grammar, to facilitate the study of the view, the affinity between the Hebrew, SaOriental languages, which are so interesting maritan, Ethiopic, Syriac, Arabic, and in themselves, especially the Arabic, from Persic Alphabets, with the value of the letthe great stores of literature that are con ters employed in them to represent numtained in them, whilst, from their close con bers. nection with the Hebrew, they must always The Work will be elegantly printed on contribute highly to the proper interpreta- fine paper, in Quarto, to bind up with Mr tion of the Original Scriptures. By giving, Richardson's Grammar, to which it is inalso, full English explanations of every tended to form a sequel. Arabic word that occurs in the Grammar, In the Press, Sermons by Ministers of tracing it at the same time, if derivative, the General Associate Synod.” In 2 vols.
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