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tion of that edifice. An account of its bas undergone a thorough revision, and various and splendid monuments; bio- has received many additions. It is not graphical anecdotes of the Bishops, &c. an abridgement, as has been announced, with ample graphic illustrations of the but is printed in a smaller type, in architecture and sculpture of the Church, order to reduce the price. * The latter are chiefly engraved by J. In the press, the second edition of and H. Le Keux, from drawings by the Rev. Robert Hall's Funeral Sermon Edward Blore. Th volame is dedi. for the Princess Char-lotte. cated by permission to the late Princess We are glad to find that the sug. Charlotte, whose character and loss, gestion in our November Number, relaare noticed in the Preface. In its bis- tive to the propriety of celebrating the torical and architectural relations, the Third Centenary of the Reformation, Cathedral of Winchester, presents more by public addresses suitable to the attraction than any other edifice in remembrance of so glorious a deliver. England ; and the author has taken apce, appears not to bare been thrown much pains to elucidate the one, and away. The Protestant Union Society illustrate the other.
have issued a circular recommendation Mr. Bricton's first Number of illus- on the subject, in which notice is taken trations of York Cathedral, is also pub. that John Wiclif (the Morning Star of lished, with six engravings, by the two the Reformation) died on the 31st of Le Keux's, Scott, &c. from drawings December 1517, and the succeeding by Mackenzie and Blore.
Sunday (Jan. 4.) presents, it is therefore In the press, and will be published conceived, a favourable occasion for early in January 1818, the third edition, improving that important event. This with additions, 12mo. 33. 60. bds. of suggestion, several of the Clergy and the Pleasures of Religion ; in Leiters Dissenting Ministers have intimated from Joseph Pelton to his son Charles. their intention of complying with, and
In a few days may be expected, the we earnestly hope that the call will be second edition of Dr. Ryland's Memoir generallyobeyed throughout the country. of the late Rev. A. Fuller. This edition
Art. XII. LIST OF WORKS RECENTLY PUBLISHED.
Shakspeare and his Times, including the Biography of the Poet ; Criticism on bis Genius and Writings; a Disquisition on the Object of his Sonnets; a new Chronology of his Plays; and a History of the Manners, Customs, and Amusements, Superstitions, Poetry, and Elegant Literature of his Age. By Nathan Drake, M.D. Author of Literary Hours, and of Essays on Periodical Literature. With a portrait, engraved from a cast made by Mr. G. Bullock, from the monumental bust at Stratford upon Avon. 2 vols. 4to. 51. 5s. bds.
*** A few copies on royal paper, for the purpose of illustration, may be bad, price 71. 7s.
EDUCATION: A Companion to the Globes, comprising an astronomical introduction, the various problems that may be performed by the Globes, preceded by the subjects to which they refer, and accompanied by numerous examples, re
capitulatory exercises, &c. calculated to convey a complete knowledge of the Lise of the Globes, and of the principles on which the science is founded. By a private Teacher. 12mo. 4s, 6d.
Likewise, a Key to the above. 2s.
Galignani's Grammar and Exercises, in twenty-four lectures on the Italian Language, third edition, with numerous additions and improvements. By A. Montucci, LL.D. Svo, 8s. bds.
Italian Extracts, being an extensive selection from the best classic and modern Italian authors, intended as a supplement to the above Grammar and Exercises. By A. Montucci, LL.D. second edition, 8vo. 9s. bds.
A Greek Primer. By A. Dickenson, containing the various inflections of nouns, participles, and verbs, with nu. merous vocabularies, and an appendix of verbs, simple and compouvd, conjugated in full. 3s. 60, bound.
Remarks on a course of Education, designed to prepare the youthful mind for a career of honour, patriotism, and liament, presented by the late Mr. Royal College of Physicians, in the
philanthropy. By Thomas Myers, A.M. Book-keeping : intended as a Supplement of the Royal Military Academy. Author to Walking hame's Arithmetic; by the of a Compendious System of Modern Editor of that popular Work. 12mo. Geography, Is. 60.
The Naturalist's Journal. By the
Hon. Daives Barrington. In oblong 410.
Anecdotes respecting Cranboorn Truth of the Mosaic Account of the
Chase, with a very concise account of Creation and the Deluge. By Joseph
it; together with the Amusements it · Sutcliffe, M.A. Author of a Grainmar
afforded our Ancestors in the days of of the English Language, and Guide to
yore. By William Chafiu, Clerk. 8vo. Composition, &c. 8vo. Is. 6d.
4s. MEDICINE, &c.
Mandeville; a Tale of the Seven
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Godwin. 3 vols. 12ino. 11. 1s. bds. general View of Mr. Hunter's Physio.
A Sketch of Modern Bankruptcy, logy, and of bis Researches in Compa
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Horner, July 1814, and Mr. Lockhart, year 1817. By John Abernethy, F.R.S.
July 1817; with the representation in &c. Surgeon to St. Bartholomew and
characters of a petition to the Court of Christ's Hospitals. 8vo. Ss.
Chancery, and other matter, referred A Narrative of the Case of Miss
to in the petition presented by Mr. Margaret M'Avoy; with an Account
Lockhart; similar petitions having been of some optical Experiments connected with it. By Thomas Renwick, M.D.
presented at those periods to the House
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nity (national characteristics,) of Bris probable causes of their deaths and sub formerly merchant of Chepstow and
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ORNITHOLOGY, such unfortunate terminations of labour in future. Respectfully dedicated to A Synoptical Catalogue of British the Imperial Parliament of the United
Birds; intended to identify the Species Kingdom of Great Britain. By Rees
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An Introduction to the Study of Ger. Book-Keeping by Single Eutry; con
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5s. facilitate a ready Calculation in Business, and exetsplify the practice of The Hours; a Poem, in Four. Idylls.
By Henry Hudson, Esq. foolscap 8vo.
Two Discourses, Preacher at Ket. 78. boards.
tering on the 9th and 10th of Nov. By
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The Vanity of Human Expectations.
A Tribute of respect to the beloved mePOLITICAL ECONOMY.
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John Evans, A. M. Is. 60. mitting the Exportation of British Wool,
A Sermon preached at Wallingford, and of preventing the free importation of
Berks. By Williain Harris, Is. 60.
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substance of Two Serinons. By Rubert Philip.
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FOR FEBRUARY, 1818.
Art. I. Anecdotes of the Life of Richard Watson, Bishop of Landaff:
Written by Himself at different Intervals, and revised in 1874. Published by his Son, Richard Watson, LL.B. Prebendary of Landaff and Wells. 4to. pp. 551. Price 21. 12s. 6d. London.
1817. THIS is certainly the most valuable piece of auto-biography
that has been presented to the world, since Bishop Burnet's account of his own Times, and it will deservedly rank with the intelligent and impartial narrative of that upright bistorian, among the most important illustrations of our national annals. The life of Bishop Watson was spent in honourable and patriotic exertion. That it was protracted to so advanced an age, is in itself a pleasing consideration; but when he is regarded as the contemporary memorialist of nearly a century, the cir. cumstance rises in importance, and the natural veneration is spired by a green old age, is heightened by our feeling as if it was preserved for bis country, in order tbat, at this crisis, invested with all the majesty of death, he might utter in the ears of the senate and people of England, truths which it peculiarly behoves them to hear, but which otherwise might scarcely obtain a hearing. Whatever diversity of opinion may prevail as to the public and religious character of the illustrious individual in other respects, bis competent knowledge of the events be records, as well as his veracity, is unquestionable; and when to these important requisites, we add those of a more than ordinary acuteness of faculty, and independence of mind, together with what, judging from the indications of the work before us, we should conceive to be not less due to bim, the merit of unaffected candour, we have portrayed a man as completely qualified as be well could be, for the task he has undertaken. The following is the account wbich his Lordship gives of the origin of the publication.
• It has been a custom with me, from a very early age, to put Vol. IX. N. S.