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FROM APRIL 1 TO JULY 10, 1816.
Principally extracted from the Books of the Company of Stationers.
ANTIQUITIES. Fragmenta Antiquitatis, or ancient Tenures of Land and Jocular Customs of Manors, originally published by Thos. Blount, Esq. of the Inner Temple, enlarged and corrected by Josiah Beckwith, Gent. F. A. S. with considerable Additions from authentic Sources. By Hercules Malebysse Beckwith. Demy 4to. 21. 12s. 6d. Royal 31. 38.
Horæ Pelasgica, Part the First, containing an Inquiry into the Origin and Language of the Pelasgi, or ancient Inhabitants of Greece; with a Description of the Pelasgic or Æolic Digamma, as represented in the various Inscriptions in which it is still preserved, and an Attempt to determine its genuine Pelasgic Pronunciation. By Herbert Marsh, D.D. F.R.S. Margaret Professor of Divinity in Cambridge. 78. 6d.
AGRICULTURE AND RURAL ECONOMY. Practical Observations on the Improvement and Management of Mountain Sheep, and Sheep Farms, also Remarks on Stock of various kinds. By John Little. 8vo. 6s. 6d.
A Treatise on the Breeding, Training, and Management of Horses, with Practical Remarks and Observations on Farriery, &c. to which is prefixed, the Natural History of Horses in general, and the Antiquity of Horse Racing in England, together with an Appendix, containing the whole Law relating to Horses. By W. Flint. 12mo. 7s. 60
ARTS AND SCIENCES, AND FINE ARTS. Some Account of a new Process in Painting, by means of Glazed Crayons ; with Remarks on its general Correspondence with the Peculiarities of the Venetian School. 8vo. By a Lady. 78.
Principles of Practical Perspective, containing Rules for delineating Designs on various Surfaces, &c. to which are added Rules for Shadowing, and the Elements of Painting, illustrated with 51 Plates. By Richard Brown, Ar chitect, and Professor of Perspective. 4to. 21. 2s.
Elven's Heraldry, comprising upwards of 2500 different Crests, selected from Nesbet, Guillim M.Kenzie, Edmondson, and others, from the Croisades to the
present Time, also the different Terms, with Remarks and Observations. By J. P. Elven. 18mo. 78. A Collection of valuable and original Receipts
. By J. Fitch, Esq. For making very superior rich-favoured Imitation of Foreign Wines and Liqueurs
A Journal of the Life, Travels and Gospel Labours of that faithful Servant and Minister of Christ, Job Scott, with Corrections and Additions. 12mo. 5s.6d.
Parliamentary Portraits, or Sketches of the Public Character of some of the most distinguished Speakers of the Ilouse of Commons, originally printed in the Examiner. 8vo. 8s.
Memoirs of Abbé Edgeworth, containing his Narrative of the last Hours of Louis XVI. By C. Sneyd Edgeworth. 8vo. 7s.
Some Account of the Reverend Thomas Robinson, M. A. late Vicar of St. Mary's, Leicester; and some time Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge, with a Selection of original Letters. By the Rev. Edward Thomas Vaughan, M. A. Vicar of St. Martin, &c. and late Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge. -8vo. 12s.
A Short Account of the last Illness and Death of Joseph Gurney Bevan, a Member of the Society of Friends. 9d.
Lives of Edward and John Philips, Nephews and Pupils of Milton: including various Particulars of the Literary and Political History of their Times. By William Godwin. To which are added Collections for the Life of Milton, by Johu Aubrey, F.R.S. 1681. Printed from the Manuscript Copy in the Ashmolean Museum; and the Life of Milton, by Edward Philips, first printed in 1694. 4to. 21. 2s.
Lives of Caios Asinius Pollio, Marcus Terentius Varro, and Cneius Cornelius Gallus, with Notes and Illustrations. By the Rev. Edward Berwick. 8vo. 7%.
Political Life of William Wildman Viscount Barrington, compiled from Original Papers, by his Brother, Shute, Bishop of Durham. Demy 8vo. os. Royal 8vo. 12s. 4to. 11. 1s.
Řemains of the late John Tweddell, Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge, being a Selection of his Letters written from various Parts of the Continent, together with a Republication of his Prolusiones Juveniles: prefixed is a Brief Biographical Memoir of the Editor. By the Rev. Robt. Tweddell, A.M. 1lustrated with Portraits; Picturesque Views, and Maps. 4to. 31. Ss.
Memoirs of eminently Pious Women. By Thos. Gibbon, D.D. The Second Volume by the Rev. George Jerment. To which is now added a Third Volume by the Rev. S. Burder, M. A. late of Clare Hall, Cambridge, &c. &c. Embellished with 7 Portraits. 8vo. 11, 78.
A Narrative of the late W. D. Sandys, of Trinity College, Cambridge, who died at Lanarth, September 25, 1814. 12me. 2s.
Memoirs of the Rev. Jonathan Edwards, A.M. President of the College in New Jersey, Compiled originally by Samuel Hopkins, D.D. revised and enlarged by the Editors of Edwards's Works, and now first published in a separate Volume, with numerous verbal Emendations. By John Hawksby. 12mo. 48.
British Heroism exemplified in the Character of his Grace Arthur Duke and Marquis of Wellington, and the brave Officers serving under his Command, in Holland, the East Indies, Portugal, Spain, and France. By William Smith.,
CHEMISTRY, MINERALOGY, &c. An Outline of Mineralogy and Geology, intended for the Use of those who may desire to become acquainted with the Elements of those Sciences, especially of Young Persons: with 4 plates. By William Phillips, Member of the Geological Society. 5s.6d.
COMMERCE The Universal British Merchant, translated from the French of Le Negos ciant Universel. To which is added an Appendix, giving an outline of general Mercantile Knowledge for the use of Schools, and those intended for Business. By W. Keegan, A.M. 12mo. 55.
Dictionary of Merchandise, and Nomenclature in all European Languages, for the use of Counting Houses, &c. Fourth Edition, considerably enlarged and improved. By C. H. Kauffman, 8vo, 103. 60.
DRAMA, Ina, a Tragedy in Five Acts. By Mrs. Wilmot. Second Edition. 8vo. Ss.
The Golden Glové, or the Farmer's Son, a Comedy in Five Acts; with some Poetical Sketches on Occasional Subjects, 8vo. By John Lake, Authos of the House of Morville, acted some time since at the Lyceum Theatre.
EDUCATION, SCHOOL BOOKS, AND CLASSIC AUTHORS. Principles of Epistolary and Mercantile Writing, containing easy Rules for the Attainment of a free expeditious Running Hand; with 7 Copper Plates. By W.C. Smith.
Rudimentum Grammaticæ Latinæ Metricum, in Usum Scholæ Regiæ Westmonasteriensis. Crown 8vo.
A short Introduction to the Greek Language, containing Greek Precepts, a Speech of Clearehus from Xenophon's Anabasis, and the Shield of Achilles from Homers' Iliad, translated into English. 8vo. 85. 6d.
Systematic Education, or Elementary Instruction in the various Departments of Literature and Science, with Praetical Rules for studying cach Branch of useful Knowledge. By the Rev. W. Shepherd, the Rev. J, Joyce, and the Rey, Lant Carpenter, LL.D. 2 Volumes, 8vo. 11. 118. 6d.
Hints addressed to the Patrons and Directors of Schools, principally intended to show, that the Benefits derived from the new Modes of Teaching may be increased by a partial Adoption of the Plan of Pestalozzi, to which are subjoined Examples of Questions calculated to excite and exercise the Infant Mind. By Mrs. Elizabeth Hamilton, Author of Letters on the Elementary Principles of Education, &c. &c. 12mo. 75.
Callimachi Cyrenæi quæ supersunt recensuit et cum Notarum Delectu edidit Carolus Jacobus Blomfield, A.M. 8vo. 148.
Self Instructor in Penmanship; or Systematic Plans, by which all Persons may acquire a Beautiful and expeditious Hand-writing in a few Hours only. By T. Jones.
History of Catiline's Conspiracy, by Sallust: Translated into English. 8vo, Travels at Home, and Voyages by the Fire-side, for the Instruction and Entertainment of young Persons, (Europe,) 2 Volumes, half-bound. 6s.
Engelsche Spraakkunst, met Werkdadige Oefeningen, Door J. B. D. Hassendouck, M.A. 12mo. bound. 88,
The History of Polly Patchwork. 18mó.
Lexicon Græco Prosodiacum, Auctore T. Morell, S.T.P. Olim Vulgatum Typis denuo mandavit, permultis in Locis correxit, Exemplis a se ablatis et Animadversionibus illustravit Verbis A. Morello. Omissis quamplurimis auxit et Græcis Vocibus, Latinam Versionem subjecit Edv. Maltby, S.T.P. 2 tom. 4to. 51. 5s.
A sure and easy Method of learning to calculate, translated from a posthumous Work of Condorcet. By Elias Johnston, Teacher of Writing and Mat thematics in Edinburgh. Second Edition. 12mo. 38. 6d.
GEOGRAPHY, LAND SURVEYING, &c. Maritime Geography and Statistics, or a Description of the Ocean and its
VOL. VI. No. XI.
Coasts, Maritime Commerce, Navigation, &c. By James Kingston Tucker, a Commander in the Royal Navy. In Four Volumes, 8vo. 21. 16s.
A New Method of finding the Longitude from an Altitude of the Moon. By Thomas Hedgcock, Master R. N. Deal, Kent. Sheet.
Companion to the Transit Instrument, containing the Right Ascension and Declination of Stars, from the First to the Fourth Magnitude, with the Places of some of the most interesting Double Stars. 8vo. 58.
A Compeudium of Geography; for the use of Schools, Private Families, and those who study this necessary Science. By Richmal Mangnall. 12mo. 9s.
A System of Land Surveying and Levelling; wherein is demonstrated the Theory with numerous practical Examples, as applied to all Operations either relative to the Land Surveyor or Civil and Military Engineer. By Peter Fleining, Land Surveyor and Civil Engineer. 8vo. 15s.
Crosby's Gazetteer of England and Wales, or Traveller's Companion, a new and greatly improved Edition. 12mo. 9s.
The Same. 8vo. On fine writing-paper. 128.
Historical Memoirs of my own Time, Part the. First from 1772 to 1780, Part the Second from 1781 to 1784. By Sir N. William Wraxall, Bart. In 2 Voluines. 8vo. 11. 6s.
A Memorial offered to Her Royal Highness the Princess Sophia, Electress and Duchess Dowager of Hanover, containing a Delineation of the Constitution and Policy of England, with Anecdotes concerning remarkable Persons of that Time, now first published according to the Originals in the Royal Library at Hanover. By Gilbert Burnet, Bishop of Salisbury. To wbich are added, Letters from Burnet and Leibnitz, and Fac-similes of the Hand-writing of those two distinguished Men. 8vo. 6s. · The History of the Kings of England, from the Arrival of the Saxons A. D. 449, to his own times A. D. 1143. By William of Malmsbury. Collated with authentic MSS. and translated from the original Latin with a Preface, Notes, and Index. By the Rev. Jolin Sharpe, B. A. Late Scholar of Trinity College, Oxford, Curate of Elstead, and of Treyford, Sussex. 4to. 31. 3s.
The Historical Remembrancer; or an Epitome of Universal History: including a Chronological List of Battles, Sieges, Revolutions, Discoveries, Inventions, eminent Men, &c., from the earliest Period to the Year 1814. By David Stewart, Esq. Illustrated with a Chart of British and Foreign History. 12mo. Boards. 58.
An Historical, Political, and Moral Essay on Revolutions, Ancient and Modern. By F. A. De Chateaubriand. 8vo. 12s.
Recollections of Italy, England, and America, with Essays on various Subjects in Morals and Literature. By F. A. De Chateaubriand, Author of Travels in Greece and Palestine, the Beauties of Christianity, &c. 2 Volumes. 8vo. 18s.
A Chronological Abridgment of the History of England, its Constitution and Laws, from the Norman Conquest to the Revolution in 1688. 8vo. 10s. 6d.
A Genealogical History of the English Sovereigns, from William I. to George III. inclusive, accompanied with a brief Statement of the principal Events in their Reigns, &c., and illustrated by Genealogical Tables. By William Toplis. 4to. 16s.
Culloden Papers, comprising an extensive and interesting Correspondence from the Year 1625 to 1748, including numerous Letters from the unfortunate Lord Lovat, and other distinguished Persons of the time, with occasional State Papers of much Historical Importance, the whole published from the Originals in the Possession of Duncan George Forbes, of Culloden, Esq. To which is prefixed an Introduction, containing Memoirs of the Right Honourable Duncap