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firm their belief in the efficacy, safety, Now in the press, a Literary Life and and policy, of pursuing vaccine inocu. sclect Works of Benjamin Stillingfleet. lation.

By ARCHDEACON Coxe. Illustrated with The second volume of Mr. MOORE's plates, in three volumes, octavo, : . Tales of the Passions, containing the Messrs. DANIELL's Picturesque Voyage Married Man, being an illustration of to India, by the way of China, with fafis the passion of Jealousy, is expected to coloured engravings, and descriptive leta appear in the course of this month. ter-press to each, is nearly ready for pub

The Rev. Join RUDD, F.L.S. and Jication, President of the new Literary and Phi. Early in the spring is intended to be losophical Society of Preston, has in con- published, in octavo, The Protestant Dise siderable forwardness, a Botanist's Guide senters' Annual Register, for the year through Lancashire, in which all the 1810; designed to embody all facts of an. plants, indigenous to the country, will be historical, ecclesiastical, or political, va. enumerated, and the habitats of the ture, that are interesting to Protestant same ones accurately given..

Dissenters. Mr. Rund will also publish, in a few'A Life of William Waynfieet, Bishop days, a voluine of Devotional Exercises, of Winchester, Lord High Chancellor to selected and composed for the use of Henry VI. and Founder of Nfaydalen Congregations and Families.

College, Oxford, by the late Dr, RICHARD Dr. İHUTTON's new edition of his CHANDLER, is in the press. Dictionary of Mathematics and Philo- The edition of Fabyan's Chronicles of sophy, is ready for the press, with many Englanitand France,' erlited by Henry improvements, made from late disco- Ellis, Esq. is nearly ready for publication veries in those sciences.

I t ion. Messrs. Sercu El and Son, have re- 'Select Letters of Tippoo Sultan tó va printed the Memoirs of the Life of Sir rious Public Functionaries, arranged and Stephen Pox, ancestor of the present translated by Col. KIRKPATRICK, are in lord Holland, and it will make its ap. the press, including his principal military pearance in a few days.

commanders, governors of forts and proMr. LAMBERT, who lately published vinces, diploinatic and commercial his travels through Canada, and the agents, &c. &c.; together with some ad. United States of America, has in the dressed to the tributary chieftains of Sasa press an American work, entitled “ Sala hore, Kurnool, and Cannanore, and sulle magundi, or the Whim Whams and dry other persons. Opinions of Launcelot Langstaff, esq. Mr. BENJAMIN TRAVERS, demonstra. and Others;" to which he has added an tor of anatomy at Guy's Hospital, sure, introductory, Essay on the Genius and' geon to the Honourable East India Con.. Character of the Americans, together pany, and to the London Infirmary for with explanatory notes.

diseases of the eye; has in the press, An Mason MOOR is about to publis', An, Inquiry concerning injuries to the Canal Account of the Measures pursued with of the Intestines; illustrating the treat. different Tribes of Hindoos for the abo- ment of penetrating wounds, and stran. lition of the practice of the systematic gulated hernia. murder of female children by their Pét M r. WINCH has nearly ready for the rents; with incidental notices of other press, the Flora of the counties of Norcustoms peculiar to the inhabitants of In. thumberland and Durhaui, of which the dia. ByGovernor Duncan, and Lieut.-col, Botanist's Guide through those counties

may be considered as a prodromus. It The volume of the County Annual will comprise about 2000 indigenous Register for 1811, is in forwardness; in plants, and be illustrated by some coaddition to tbe usual matter relating to loured engravings, made by Mr. Sowthe counties, it will contain a concise and“ ERBY. impartial History of Europe for the year. The Rev. Jonsson GRANT will shortlo

A Description of the Ancient Terra-' publish the first volume of a summary o cottas in the British Museum, is an. the History of the English Church, and nounced: the descriptive part by Mr.' of the sects which have separated froin COMBE; and the engravings from draw-' it, from the earliest periods to the reigir ings by MR. WU. ALEXANDER.

of Javies the First. MR. KENDALL has in the press, and 'A new edition of Dr. STUKELET's aca will speedily publish, Remarks on the count of Richard of Cirencester, and of Calumet,


a library of useful books, and introducing troductions for the Organ or Piar
all the new Voyages and Travels, with dedicated (with permission to
the best speciinens of poetry, &c. he has ceptor, Dr. Crotch. They *
greatly lessened the demands of bis read. in the course of the present.
ers for the pernicious trash called novels. 'A very entertaining wor!
His new catalogue, just publishing, is a pen of MAD. DE GENLIS,
specimen of a collection that is creditable the course of a few days ;
to the character of the city.

La Botanique, Historique
A New Bristol Guide will appear in suivie d'ulle Nouvelle,
the course of the spring, that is well cale Fleurs ou Les Artistes.
culated to make that interesting city, and A Winter in Paris,
its vicinity, the resort of numbers of tra- Madame de C., writis
vellers, who are lovers of mineralogical appear in the cour
science; and will exhibit also, the value' month.
of the surrounding country.

An edition of Mr. Miss MiTFORD, who lately published a' d'lliver, is nearly rs volume of elegant Poems, has in the Mr. BissETT, press, a Poem, in four cantos, founded with his wonted at on the events which arose out of the mu.. pared a medal, tiny of the Bounty, which is entitled the Regency, in Christina, the Maid of the South Seas. imperial metal

Mr. GEORGE SINGER ,continues his So large a p series of Lectures on electricity and elec- Rev. Richar.' tro-chemistry, at the Scientific Institu- 8vo. now in tion, 3, Princes-street, Cavendish-square. by his frieni

Mr. PARKINSOx has requested us to vertised fi announce, that the third and concluding however, volume of Organic Remains of a former Rev. Josi World, containing the fossil remains of London. echini, shells, josects, crustacea, fisbes, Mr.] amphibia, quadrupeds, &c. with twenty- brew ( three coloured plates, will be published have " in the middle of June.

a nes Dr. Busby has just completed a poin' Translation, in rhynie, of the six hooks All of Lucretius on the Nature of Things. br. Lord Grenville, to whom the work is to H be dedicated, has, we understand, seen

up this year: il

; (bitus Illus, the first book, and expressed his unqualified approbation of the style in which the doctor has executed this arduous

i Prælium cum Gala undertaking. Previous to its publica

wcommissuin. tion, the poem will be read, at Dr. B.'s residence, by Mr. George Busby, to . select literary audience. We hop in our next Number, to be able to prese, our readers with further particulars, to lay before them some specimen the version. . The Rev. Thomas Jervis, of I is printing a volume of Sermons,

o g ama from the Dr. Reid will recommence his of Lectures on the Theory and I of Medicine, on Wednesday, in May, at nine o'clock in the mo: his house, Grenville-street, B: square,

Mr. J. J. Jones, organist," drew by the Wardrobe, and Blackfriars, intends to pubi scription, a set of Six Iugu.


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mnach appeared on sert an ascendancy faculty. The connecnem, involves in fact, a pendance. “The mind e like a jerkin, and a jer5, rumple the one, and you be other.”+ The operation of a or in the physical part of our frame,

ore frequently evident in inducing 16 a total obscuration, but a twilight of che intellect, an intermediate and equi. vocal state between entire sanity, and

decided derangement. A state in which to a large proportion of hypochondriacal Devo- men, and of hysterical females, under

disin, the influence of the vapours, may be corre attention sidered as nosologically placed. as, which,

J. REID, and self-cone Grenville-street, Brunswick-square, monopolise March 26, 1811. us to lose a sense is and concerns in perly digested and assimilated into the habit, eral sympathy withi would prove a better preservative against Howard, had he, the malady of mental derangement, than any

prophylactic that is to be found amidst the wale sermon of the late Dro precepts of moral, or che prescriptions of me· On the duty of not living to dical, science, if the principles of it were pro

+ Sterne.

JABETICAL List of BANKRUPTCIES and DIVIDENDS, announced between the 20th of February and the 20th of March, extracted from the London Gazettes.

BANKRUPTCIES, (This Month 197.1 Andrus J. Bath, haberdainer. (Webbu, Bath, and Agu

fice and cos, Temple Ors' Names are between Parentheses.) Aston J. Salford, Mancheter, roper. (Edge, mipchefer,

and Ellis, Chancery lane d J. Endlow, Walworth, oilmen. (Wat. Baker ). Litton, Derby, cotton manufa&urer. (Shaw,

Wetton Hall, Tidwell, Derby, and Ware, Gray's inn 8. Clayton in the woods, Lancatter. Co

Baker f. Prome, Selwood, Somerset, fedter (Chinety cturers. (BI.kelock and Maklofon,

. Frome, and James, Gray's inn square Bancbard and Bickerftaff, Preston

Ballingall, R. Liverpool, merchant. (Stantatreet and ley, Lancaster, manufacturer (Murd,

Eden, Liverpool, and Windle, John Ercet, sed foto facklon, Manchener

TOW . Lancaster, vi&ualler. (Clanghton Barelelot W. A. Portsmouth, perfumer (Callaway, Warrington, And Santon, Chancery Poremngth

· Bath R. Maker, Devon, rope maker. (Willams and Moemaker. (Elie Chancery lane. Darke, Prince's dreci, Bedford row, od Botun, Plyo



his other worles, with a copious commen- 'Mr. Nicholas CARLISLE has sent to tary, is preparing for the press. press, his Topographical Researches in

A new work is preparing by Mr. Peter Wales, which he hopes to lay before tbe NICHOLSON, on the Mechanical Exercises public in the beginning of May. of Carpentry, Joinery, Bricklaying, Ma-, Mr. J. CARTER has near completed a sonry, Turning, &c.; with plates of the collection of drawings in illustration of various tools used in each branch of bu, the Costume of England, from the re.. siness.

motest periods to the present day. The Sir George ALLEY, is preparing for subjects consist of stalues from niches, the press, Reports of the Utility and Em-, tombs, basso-relievos; effigies from ployment of Mercury, in the treatment brasbes; paintings on walls; illuminated of inflammatory and other diseases, in missals; and authenticated public hise which the exhibition of that remedy has torical paintings. The number of these been neglected and considered 'as inade representations already amounts to 350. missible.

1 Mr. ANTIIONY TodD THOMPSON, has A stereotype edition of the Bible in nearly ready for publication, The London French, collated with the most approved Dispensatory; containing the Elements foreign editions, is in considerable for and Practice of Materia Medica and . wardness.

Pharmacy, with a translation of the The Hon. ANNABELLA Hawke, has Pharmacopæias of London, the Edinnearly ready for publication, Babylon, burgh, and the Dublin, Colleges of Phye and other poems, in foolscap, octavo. sicians; many useful tables; and cop.

A View of the present State of Sicily, per-plates of The Pharmaceutical Appaits Rural Economy, Population, and Pro- ratus; the whole forming a Synopsis of duce, from a late Survey of the Professor of Materia Medica and Therapeutics. of Agriculture at Palermo, with Obser. Pyscbe, or the Legend of Love, with vations on its general character, com- , other poems, by the late Mr. HENRY merce, revenues, &c. by a British officer, Tighe, will speedily issue from the press. serving in the Mediterranean, will appear A n alteration has been made at Triin a few days, in one quarto volume. nity College, Cambridge, in the form of

A botanical work, entitled, Illustra. adrnission; those who intend to become tiones Theophrasti in usum Botanicorum members being no longer admitted by præcipue perigrinantium, in an octavo proxy, but obliged to appear in personl. volume, is nearly ready for delivery. It The order of Fellow Commoner is also contains a list of more than four hundred abolished in this saciety. species which have been described by “The following are the subjects for Sir that celebrated ancient. It is arranged Wm. Browne's gold medals for this year: in three parts; the first containing an al. For ebe Greek Ode, In Obitum Illusphabetical list of the plants, with their trissima Principissa Amelia. notices and descriptions as they occur in For the Latin Ode, Prælium cum Gal the two great works of that author; a lis in Busuci Montibus commissuin. systematic table of the several species For the Epigrams, according to tlie Linnaean System; and a H σιγήν καίριον ή λόγον αφέλιμου lexicon explaining all the technical terms made use of by Theophrastus.

REPORT OF DISEASES, Under the Care of the late Senior Physician of the Finsbury Dispensary, from the

201h of February to the 20th of March.

AGAINST consumption, " that vast same time mistaken apprehensions with

A pitfall situated in the high-road of regard to the actual existence of pthysis - life," the Reporter has been sufficiently pulmonalis. Nearly all the symptoms

earnest and reiterate in his warnings, of which may be exhibited by, other dis. more especially to those who, with a cases, which have no immediate or es. seeming security, approach to the edge sential connection with the lungs. One of the precipice. But, although upon instance, illustrative of this fact, has re. this subject the more frequent and more cently occurred under the notice of the fatal fault, consists in the want of a Reporter, in which the patient displayed well-founded lear, tbere are often at the the countenance, and all the other in.


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dications, except purulent expectoration not been a philanthropist, would proof pre-advanced pthysis, when the origin bably have been a maniac. of his complaint was detected to be A case of hypochondriasis bas likewise o merely worms in the intestinal canal. occurred lately within the practice of the To discriminate between true consuinp- Reporter, which approached in its sympa tion, and the deceitful resemblances of toms to that of inelancholy, above re. it, is a matter of extreme importance in ferred to, but which originated from, and the practice of medicine.' Nervous has been perpetuated by, a very different... atrophy affections, arising from some cause. The former arising from circuma sanker upon the mind, is particularly apt stances, acting immediately upon the to be mistaken for the effect of pulmo- mind; the other, upon the mind, through Dary disorganization.

the medium of the body. The depres. · The Reporter has recently met with a sion, and irregularity of the spirits, in case, in which an unexpected mortifica- the latter instance, seemed to be in a tion of overweening pride brought on a great measure, if not entirely produced. scate of mental aberration, under the by a want of tone in the principal organ form of melancholy. It is remarkable, of digestion. The stomach appeared on that the proud are, of all persons, the this occasion, to assert an ascendancy most liable to this humiliating affliction. over the mental faculty. The connecUpon a similar principle, inordinate tion between them, involves in fact, a egotism will be found for the most part reciprocal dependance. « The mind to be a prominent feature in the character and body are like a jerkin, and a jerof persons who are prone to insanity. kin's lining, rumple the one, and you Themselves are, in general, the favourite rümple the other.”+ The operation of a subjects of their conversation, and of disorder in the physical part of our frame. course of their silent thoughts. Nothing is more frequently evident in inducing can be so likely to endanger, in case of not a total obscuration, but a twilight of any adverse occurrence, the stability of the intellect, an intermediate and equia reason, as this miserable absorption in vocal state between entire sanity, and self. He who suffers most for the mis- decided derangement. A state in which fortunes of others, will be best able to a large proportion of hypochondriacal bear his own. A practical benevo men, and of hysterical females, under lence, by habitually urging us to disin, the influence of the vapours, may be conterested exertion, alienates the attention sidered as nosologically placed." from any single train of ideas, which,

if favoured by indolence and self.con- Grenville-street, Brunswick-square,
templation, might be apt to monopolise March 26, 1811.
the mind, and occasion us to lose a sense
of our private feelings and concerns in perly digested and assimilated into the habit,
an enlarged and liberal sympathy with would prove a better preservative against
the general good. Howard, had he, the malady of mental derangement, than any

O prophylactic that is to be found amidst the
An admirable sermon of the late Dr. precepts of moral, or the prescriptions of me.
Priestley's, « On the duty of noc living to dical, science,
ourselves;" if the principles of it were pro.

+ Sterne.


the 20th of February and the 20th of March, extracted from the London Gazettes.

BANKRUPTCIES, (This Month 197.3 (The Solicitors' Names are between Parentheses.) ADAMS J. and J.Enduw, Walworth, oilmen. (Wat

fon, caffora's inn Alafosv M. and R. Clayton in the woods, Lancaster.c

tua inanufacturers (BI. kebock and Makinan, • Temple, and Blanchard and Bickerstaff, Preiton Aitkes f. Burnley, Lancatter, manufacurer. (Murd, • Temple, and lack ron, Mancheter Alcock W. Heywood. Lancaster, vietvaller (Claighton • 291 Fichets, Warrington and Saniton, Charcory

Andras J. Bath, haberdaher. (Webb, Bath, and Ano

fice and Cox, Temple
Alcon J, Salford, Manchetter, roper. (Edge, manchettet,
:' and Ellis, Chancery lane
Baker J. Litton, Derby, cotton manufacturer. (Shaw,

Wetton Hall, Tidwell, Derby, and Ware, Gray's inn
Baker J. Frome, selwood, Somerset, fadler (Chinet,

Prome, and James, Gray's inn fquare
Ballingall, R. Liverpool, merchant. (Stanttreet and

Eden, Liverpool, and Windle, Joba treet, Sed for

Baralelot w, A. Portsmouth, perfumer (callaway.

Bath R. Maker, Devon, rope maker. (Willams and

Darke, Prince's Arce, Bedford row, od Boston, Ply-

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