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VIII. 1. The Sea-Kings in England: An Historical Romance of
the time of Alfred. By the Author of The Fall of Ni-
3. Maxwell. By the Author of Sayings and Doings.'
4. The Persian Adventurer; being the Sequel of The
By J. B. Frazer, Esq., Author of A Tour
to the Himala Mountains,' 'Travels in Persia,' &c.
5. The Talba; or, Moor of Portugal: A Romance. By Mrs.
Bray, Author of The White Hoods,' &c. &c.
6. The Exiles of Palestine: a Tale of the Holy Land. By
the Author of Letters from the East,' &c.
IX. Reflections on the Decline of Science in England, and on
some of its Causes. By Charles Babbage, Esq., Lucasian
Professor of Mathematics in the University of Cambridge,
X. The Comic Annual. By Thomas Hood, Esq.
XI. Domestic Gardener's Manual: being an Introduction to Gar-
XII. The Island Bride, in Six Cantos. By the Rev. Hobart
XIII. An Abridgment of Zumpt's Latin Grammar, for the Use of
Schools. By the Rev. J. Kenrick, M. A.
XV. 1. Hints addressed to the Small Holders and Peasantry of
Ireland, in Road-making and on Ventilation, &c. &c.
2. Hints to Small Holders, on Planting and on Cattle, &c.
XVII. A Practical Treatise on the Anti-Asthmatic Properties of the
Bladder Podded Lobelia, &c. &c. To which is added,
an Account of the Chirayita Herb, &c. &c. By R. Reece,
M. D., Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons, &c. -
XVIII. The Family Cabinet Atlas, conducted upon an Original Plan.
By Mr. Thomas Starling. Part VIII.
XIX. Military Events of the late French Revolution, or an account
of the Conduct of the Royal Guard on that occasion. By
a Staff Officer of the Guards. From the French.
XX. 1. The Lyre; Fugitive Poetry of the Nineteenth Century.
2. The Laurel; Fugitive Poetry of the Nineteenth Century 159
XXI. Observations on the Duty on Seaborne Coals; and on the
peculiar Duties and Charges on Coal in the Port of London. ib.
XXII, Satan in Search of a Wife; with the whole Process of his
Courtship and Marriage, and who danced at the Wedding.
3. A Letter to the Right Hon. Lord Tenterden, Lord Chief
Justice of the Court of King's Bench, &c. &c.; on the
Bill for Establishing Courts of Local Jurisdiction. By
II. Calmuc Tartary; or, a Journey from Sarepta to several
Calmuc Hordes of the Astracan Government; from May
26 to August 21, 1823. By Henry Augustus Zwick. 190
III. 1. The Retrospect, or Youthful Scenes: with other Poems
2. Miscellaneous Pieces in Verse, Moral and Religious. By
3. The Mechanic's Saturday Night, a Poem in the Vulgar
Tongue; humbly addressed to Sir Robert Peel. By a
VI. The Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of
VIII. Antiquities of Mexico; comprising Fac-similes of Ancient
Mexican Paintings and Hieroglyphics, preserved in the
Royal Libraries of Paris, Berlin and Dresden; in the
Imperial Library of Vienna; in the Vatican Library; in
the Borgian Museum at Rome; in the Library of the
Institute at Bologna; and in the Bodleian Library at
Oxford: together with the Monuments of New Spain, by
M. Dupaix, with their respective Scales of Measurement,
and accompanying Descriptions. The whole illustrated
by many valuable inedited Manuscripts. By Augustus
XVI. Senior's Lectures, on the Rate of Wages
XVII. An Appeal to the Legislature on the Subject of King's
XII. Report of the Commissioners for the Herring Fishery of
their Proceedings for the Year ended 5th April, 1830. 293
XIII. Lives of the Italian Poets. By the Rev. Henry Stebbing,
XIV. The Romance of History-France. By Leitch Ritchie. - 305
XV. Narrative of Discovery and Adventure in Africa.
XXXII. The Vizier's Son, or the Adventures of a Mogul.
XXXIII. Sermons on Practical Subjects.
XXVIII. The Foreigners' English Conjugated: Elucidated through
XXIX. A Vindication of Dr. Paley's Theory of Morals.
XXX. British Melodies, or Songs of the People.
XXXI. The History and Topography of the United States of North
XIX. An Inquiry into the Alleged Proneness to Litigation of the
XXII. The Art of Miniature Painting on Ivory.
XXIII. Sketches of the Danish Mission on the Coast of Coromandel
XXIV. Tales of a Grandfather. Inscribed to Master J. H. Lockhart 316
XXVI. The Temple of Melekartha.
XXVII. A Familiar Analysis of the Calendar of the Church of
ART. I. The Political Life of the Right Honourable George Can-
ning, from his acceptance of the Seals of the Foreign
Department, in September, 1822, to the period of his
death, in August, 1827. Together with a short Re-
view of Foreign Affairs subsequently to that event. By
Augustus Granville Stapleton, Esq. In three volumes 325
II. The Scottish Gaël; or, Celtic Manners as preserved among
the Highlanders: being an Historical and Descriptive
Account of the Inhabitants, Antiquities, and National
Peculiaries of Scotland; more particularly of the Nor-
thern, or Gaëlic parts of the Country, where the singular
Habits of the Aboriginal Celts are most tenaciously
retained. By James Logan, F.S.A.S. In two volumes. 345
III. Cartonensia; or, an Historical and Critical Account of the
Tapestries in the Vatican; copied from the designs of
Raphael of Urbino, and of such of the Cartoons whence
they were woven, as are now in preservation. With
Notes and Illustrations. To which are subjoined, Re-
marks on the Causes which retard the progress of the
higher departments of the art of Painting in this country.
IV. The Life of Sir Humphry Davy, Bart., LL.D., late Pre-
sident of the Royal Society, Foreign Associate of the
Royal Institute of France, &c. &c. &c. By John Ayrton
Paris, M.D., Cantab., F. R. S., &c., Fellow of the Royal
VI. The Siamese Twins. A Satirical Tale of the Times. With
other Poems. By the Author of " Pelham," &c.
VII. The Animal Kingdom Described and Arranged, in confor-
mity with its Organization. By the Baron Cuvier.
Translated with large additional Descriptions of all the
Species hitherto named, and of many not before noticed,
and with other additional matter. By E. Griffith, F.L.S.,
VIII. Memoir of the Life, Writings, and Correspondence of
James Currie, M.D., F.R.S., of Liverpool, Fellow of the
Royal College of Physicians, Edinburgh, London Medical
Society, &c. &c. Edited by his Son, William Wallace
IX. 1. Popular Opinions on Parliamentary Reform Considered.
By Sir John Walsh, Bart., M.P.
2. The Question of Reform Considered; with Hints for a
3. Thoughts on the Causes and Cure of the Present Dis-
tresses; with a Plan of Parliamentary Reform. By J.
T. Barber Beaumont, Esq., one of his Majesty's Justices
4. The Constitutional Principles of Parliamentary Reform.
By a Freeholder and Landholder of Scotland.
5. Letter I., to Lord Viscount Althorp, on the Ruinous
Consequence of an Oligarchical System of Government.
6. Great Britain's Crisis! Reform, Retrenchment, and
Economy: the Hard Case of the Farmers, and the Dis-
tressed Condition of the Labouring Poor: a Letter to
the Right Hon. Sir James Graham, Bart. By the Rev.
X. The Incognito; or Sins and Peccadillos. By Don T. De
Trueba, Author of" Romance of History, Spain," "The
XI. Time's Telescope for 1831: or, a Complete Guide to the
XII. The History of Modern Greece, from its Conquest by the
Romans, B. C. 146, to the Present Time. By James
XIII. On Financial Reform. By Sir Henry Parnell, Bart., M.P. 468
XIV. American Stories for Little Boys and Girls. By Miss Mitford ib.
XV. The Sunday Library. By the Rev. T. F. Dibdin, D.D. - 469
XVI. Beauties of the Mind. By Charles Swain.
XVII. Narrative of the Peninsular War. By Major Leith Hay.
XVIII. A Dictionary of the Architecture and Archæology of the
Middle Ages. By John Britton, F.S.A.
XIX. Landscape Illustrations of the Waverley Novels.
XXII. The Annual Obituary: 1831.
XXIII. A Grammar of the German Language.
XXIV. A Topographical Dictionary of London and its Environs,
XXV. Historical Sketch of the Bank of England.
XXVI. A Statement of the Consequences likely to ensue from our
excess of Population, if not remedied by Colonization.
XXVII. Evidence of the Truth of the Christian Religion.
XXVIII. The History and Topography of the United States of
North America. By J. H. Hinton.
XXIX. Observations on the History of the Preparation for the
Gospel. By the Rev. J. Collinson, M. A.
Literary and Miscellaneous Intelligence.