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An ACCOUNT of the SYSTEMS of HUSBANDRY adopted in the more IMPROVED DISTRICTS of Scotland; with some Observations on the Improvements of which they are susceptible. Drawn up for the consideration of the Board of Agriculture, with a View of Explaining how far these Systems are applicable to the less Cultivated Parts in England and Scotland. By the Right Honourable Sir John SINCLAIR, Bart. Founder of the Board of Agriculture. Third Edition. Two Vols. 8vo. With numerous Plates. Price L. 1, 10s. boards.

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The BORDER ANTIQUITIES of ENGLAND and SCOTLAND, comprising specimens of the Architecture, Sculpture, and other vestiges of former ages, from the earliest times to the Union of the two Crowns; accompanied with Descriptive Sketches, Biographical Remarks, and a brief History of the Principal Events that have occurred in this interesting part of Great Britain. The whole of the Engravings executed by Mr John GREIG, from Paintings made expressly for this work by Mr George Arnold, A.R.A. Mr A. Nasmyth, Mr R. Clennell, and Mr Renton,

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ART. I. Mémoires de Madame la Marquise de Larochejaque-

lein; avec Deux Cartes du Théatre de la Guerre

de La Vendée

II. Attraction des Montagnes, et ses Effets sur les Fils à

Plomb, déterminés par des Observations Astrono-

miques et Geodesiques. Par le Baron de Zach 36

III. Popular Reflections on the Progress of the Principles

of Toleration, and the Reasonableness of the Catho-

lic Claims. By a Protestant

51

IV. Lectures on Dramatic Literature. By W. A. Schlegel.

Translated from the German, by John Black Esq. 67

V. Culloden Papers ; comprising an Extensive and Inter-

esting Correspondence, from the year 1625 to 1748 107

VI. An Inquiry into the Causes of the High Prices of Corn

and Labour; the Depressions of our Foreign Ex-

changes and High Prices of Bullion during the late

War; and Considerations of the Measures to be ad-

opted for relieving our Farming Interest from the

unprecedented Difficulties to which they are now

reduced ; with relative Tables and Remarks. By

Robert Wilson, Esq.

135

VII. Conchiologia Fossile Subapennina con Osscrvazioni

Geologiche sugli Apennini e sul Suolo adiacente.

Di G. Brocchi, Ispettore delle Miniere, &c. 156

VIII. Illustrations of Northern Antiquities, from the earlier

Teutonic and Scandinavian Romances, being an

Abstract of the Book of Heroes and Nibelungen

Lay; with Translations of Metrical Tales from the

old German, Danish, Swedish, and Icelandic Lan-

guages, with Notes and Dissertations. By Mr We-

ber and Mr Jamieson. Besides various other

Publications on Ancient German and Northern

Poetry, by Von der Hagen, Grimm, &c.

180

Art. IX. The Substance of some Letters written by an Eng.

lishman resident at Paris, during the last Reign of

the Emperor Napoleon: With an Appendix of ori.

ginal Documents

215

X. On the Fire-Damp of Coal Mines, containing on Ac-

count of an Invention for Lighting the Mines, and
consuming the Fire-Damp, without Danger to the
Miner. By Sir Humphry Davy, LL.D. F. R. S.
&c. &c.

233

Quarterly List of New Publications

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