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Clement VIII.; the Textus receptus of the By G. Brookshaw, Esq. The object of this Greek Testament, with an Index exhibitiog work is, by a series of correct delineations, the select various readings of Griesbach's to afford gentlemen an opportunity of beedition; an inproved edition of the Syriac coming acquainted with the most choice and Pesheeto New Testament; and the English valuable varieties of fruit, which will enable Version, with a copious and original collec- them to plant gardens and orchards in the tion of references. Every separate depart- most advantageous manner; it will also inment bas its distinct Editor. The Pros- troduce to their notice several sorts of supepectus, which is now before the Public, is rior value, which are at present but little delivered gratis, and consists of 32 pages, known; it will also contain a table of the printed with the type and on the same paper comparative value of fruits, evabling them at as the Work itself, and exhibits the plan one view to select the most desirable sorts and form, with specimens of the respective requisite to stock a garden, in proportion to texts, and the prefaces to each particular its size and to the 'extent of walling it may part.
contain. Each plate will be accompanied The Work is to be completed in one with a letter-press description of the pecu, quarto volume; it will also appear in four liar character and habits of each fruit. Par. pocket volumes, which are arranged in such ticular care will be taken in povoting out the à manner, that any combination may be sorts proper for forcing or open walls. The formed of the abovementioned texts as the leaves and blossoms, when they assist in convenience of the reader may require. It marking the varieties, will be given; and will be published in five successive parts. nothing will be omitted which can in any Part I. containing the Pentateuch, will he manner tend to make the work complete, ready on the 1st of July next, to which will .be prefixed concise Latin Prolegomena detailing the information considered essential din's London Theatre, with upwards of 400
The First Twenty-one Volunes of Dib. to a work of this nature. A Work of great utility is also in forward- tion in the early part of this month.
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